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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 29
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1942
PRICE10 CENTS
TWO JEWISH GIRLS
HELP TO 1CBVE
KI SP! IE
LESTINIAN JEWISH WAR
MEN ARE DECORATED THERE
Jerusalem (WNS)Six P
tinian soldiers w< re decorated by
the British military command for
heroism in the- fighting in the
Middle East. At the same tin e,
two Jewish officers of the Aus-
tralian army serving in the
Mid lie East were honored. The
York (WNS)Two Brook-[Australian Jewish officers are
iris, fifteen years old. did a:C"1 J- Sticrad who was made a
voluntary detective work commander .of the British Em-
WORLD PROTESTS5
AGAINST THE NAZI
KILLING OF
THE NAZIS HAVE A SCIENCE
OF THEIR OWN MAKING
III
inuc
JLWo
', k and as a result, a den gf and M:,i"r A Fineberg. The
D[ Nazi agents was uncoven d by Palestinian Jewish soldiers who
''. B. I.
It happened when June Frum-
off and Hilda Levinson, traveling
sul.way to Brighton Beach
linking of nothing more ser-
ious than a splash in the ocean
saw the doors of the sub- ,om iruricu Dm^rra imi
open. And immediately fol- j"'0"0 JEWISH REFUGEES IN
.winy the opening of the door. V- S. DURING FISCAL YEAR
thi y heard a man on the plat-
were cited included Sgt. Max
Eistenberg and Corporals Berlin.
Hirscheimer and Robinson of
Jerusalem .and Aircraftsmen
Brandt of Kirat Hayim and Teich
of Tel Aviv.
form .say to one of the passengers,
"Have you got a match?"'
The man who was asked for a
match didn't take out any match-
es, : ut he did turn over a small
package to the other. It all seemed
very queer to the two girls. But
when the door of the subway
opi ned at the next station and
they witnessed the incident re- j
prated, the girls decided to do
something. They got out of the
subway and followed the second
man who had taken a package.
As they trailed him, the girls saw
a policeman and the policeman
then took over. The package was
found to contain Nazi literature.
An F. B. I. investigation, it was
reported, had uncovered a con-
siderable Nazi nest.
Li ndon (WNS)The horrible
ities against the Jews, par-
rly in tl> i case of Poland,
are producing repercussions in
wide circles. This week the Allied
Refugee Governments decided to
send a joint diplomatic note to
Churchill. President Roosevelt
and Premier Stalin asking for
measures which will make Ger-
mans realize that they will pay
Ik avily for the massacres of Jews
and innocent civilians.
The Polish National Council.
at the conclusion of a two-day
session which was devoted to th<
.question of the Nazi atro iti
haven m the United States during lnst ,|u, c.iviH;m population in
the fiscal year, ending last June. Polan<] Ma week ad (.d a n,sc|
This is the figure announced by ,ution appealing t0 the Unit. I
the National Refugee Service. The Nations to devise at once retalia-
coming ol these refugees during
Stockholm (WNS)Ac
to the Swedish papi rs, Nazi
s: ientists can pro\ e anj
The papers tell of the ca
mother and hi r two chi
The mother, though she Is mar-
rii (1 to a Ji W, in-i: Is that the
children are "pure Aryans." The
Nazi .'en ntists too I isi un-
der and deci I" d
that the gii'. since hi rei eml d
her mother, was a pure Aryan
and the boy, resembling hi-; fa-
ther, wi s a Ji v.. The Swi dish
pap rs comment that this maj
be all right for Nazi science, but
no sci( ntists elsewhi re coul .
rive at such conclusions.
S NAMED AS
A DEPUTY POLICE
MMISSIIIEI
New York (WNS)A total of
3.000 Jewish refugees found a
the past twelve months faced the
most difficult circumstances, says
the report.
NAZI ATROCITIES WILL BE
AVENGED. SAYS CARDINAL
London (WNS) -*- "Innocent
hlood cries out for vengeance."
Such were the strong words used
by the leading Catholic church-
man of England, Cardinal Hins-
ley, in condemning over a B.B.C.
broadcast, the Nazi atrocities
against the Polish Jews. The Car-
dinal stated that he had seen
documents "which prove beyond
question the utter bestiality of
the Germans in conquered but
unvanquished Poland.
Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbard, one
of the two Jewish deputies in
Ihe Polish National Council, in a
BBC. broadcast to the Jews of
Poland this week, declared that
"revenge will grow from the
graves of those who have been
forced to dig their own graves.
The whole world sees the funeral
processions proceeding through
'he ghettos. The day of victory
and the day of reckoning ap-
proaches."
POSED AS JEWISH REFUGEE.
FOUND TO BE A NAZI SPY
New York (WNS)Karl Fried-
among the 942 passengers of the
refugee liner Drottningham. Bahr
attempted to pose as a Jewish
refugee. But there was something
not convincing about the pose,
and F. B. I. men after a prolonged
Questioning made him confess the
truth He is a Nazi spy.
ENGLAND HONORS JEWISH
SUBMARINE CAPTAIN HERO
London (WNS)The hero of
tory measures. The resolution
stated that the Nazis are now
carrying out "a plan to slaughter
practically the whole Jewish po-
pulation of Poland."
The London Daily Telegraph
in an editorial declares that the
attempt to exonerate the Ger-
man people misrepresents the
he week in Jewish circles in | facts ..It is improbable that the
London is a Jewish Captain of German people are ignorant of
Captain the trutn_ It is fair to assumc
a British submarine.
Mayer this week was awarded
the Victoria Cross which is the
highest decoration awarded in
the British military and naval
services.
that even Goebbels cannot de-
ceive them all the time and it
will be fair to act on that as-
sumption when the day of reck-
oning comes."
LLE
JEWS TO VOICE PROTESTS
AGAINST NAZI MASSACRES
New York (WNS)A mass
demonstration against the Nazi
massacres will be held at Madi-
on Square Gardi n on July 21.
The demonstration has been
called jointly by the American
Jewish Congress, the B'nai B'rith
and the Jewish Labor Committee.
Prominent leaders of American
Jewry will be among the speak-
ers condemning the Nazi atroci-
ties. Armed defense for the Jews
in Palestine will also be demand-
ed at the meeting.
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal was
installed as president of the Mi-
ami Dental Society at a meeting
last Monday. Dr. Rosenthal served
the society, founded in 1918 and
at the present time having a
membership of 145 dentists prac-
ticing in the Greater Miami area.
is secretary, treasurer, vice presi-
dent and president-elect.
HELPED BOMBING
New York (WNS> There was a
good deal of excitement in the
neighborhood of President Street
in the Brownsville section of
Brooklyn this week. The cause of
it was the neighbors going around
to see Mrs. Rose Davis. Her son.
Chester, though the name does
not indicate it. is a good Jewish
boy and Brownsville was cele-
brating the fact that the War
Department in the announcement
of those selected to participate in
the Fourth of July bombing of
Germany, listed Davis among the
American flyers participating in
that action.
The bombing had been the first
on Nazi territory in which Ameri-
can flyers had participated and
the fact that it had taken place on
the Fourth of July gave added
glory to the event. According to
Mrs. Davis, her son had long
nursed the ambition of being a
flyer and had even in childhood
found his greatest pleasure in
New York (WNS)Back some
.e i when tin country
r and there wi re no
aul m ol ile no play-; l y Saro-
yan and no soups in cans. New
York had a Jewish Chief oi IV-
rle was Chief Hayes and if
tori which appear in the
newspapers of those days are to
I e bi lievi d, the Jewish Police
Chii f put the fear of the law in
the heart of the bad boys of those
days But in the intervening hun-
dred years or so. New York has
never had a Jewish Chief ol P<
lice.
But nowit almost has. The
appointment of Chief Inspector
Louis Costuma to Deputy Police
Commissioner makes Costuma the
acting Chief in the absence of
Commissioner Valentine.
The New Police Commissioner
is the son of a poor Jewish cigar
maker. The elder Costuma was a
close friend of the late Samuel
Gompers. for many years the
President of the American Federa-
tion of Labor. It will be recalled
that Gompers in his early days
was also a cigar maker.
JEWISH SUB CAPTAIN SINKS
EIGHT NAZI TRANSPORTS
Moscow (WNS)This war has
produced many Jewish heroes,
in Russia, the number of Jewish
heroes indeed runs in the tens
of thousands, but certainly among
the foremost is Israel Faisene-
wich.
Faiser.ewich is the captain of
the submarine. "Mlukta" which
has sunk no less than eight Nazi
transports. Faisenewich comes of
very unmilitary antecedents. His
grandfather was a "mellammed"
(Hebrew teacher.) Now Faisene-
wich is teaching the Germans
some much needed lessons but
they are not Hebrew.
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY WILL
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES
Dr. Rosenthal has been active miniature airplane mod-
:n the life of the Jewish commun- e
ity during his long residency here
Bahr is a naturalized Ameri- j and was this week unanimously
(,an. He had on him $7,000 with [ elected to serve as 1st vice presi-
Which the F. B. I. believes he dent of the Jewish Welfare
Planned to set up a system of Na- j Bureau.
21 espionage in America Ar-' Other officers installed include
fangements had been made for' Dr. E. C. Wilson, president-elect;
n|m to send back secret mes- Dr. H. R. Turner, vice president
sages, written in invisible ink on and Dr. William W. Mitchell, sec-
,ne backs of ordinary letters. I retary-treasurer.
CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN
DENIES HE IS A JEW HATER
Washington (WNS)Congress-
man Leland M. Ford of Califor-
nia in a long speech in the House
of Representatives vigorously
challenged allegations that he is
anti-Jewish,
Rabbi Max Shapiro
The Jewish Welfare Bureau at
the first meeting of its newly
elected Board of Directors Tues-
day at the Bith David Talmud
Torah, unanimously selected of-
ficers to head the bureau for the
coming year.
Rabbi Max Shapiro was chosen
as president; Dr. Albert E. Rosen-
thal, 1st vice president; Leo Eis-
enstein, 2nd vice president; Baron
de Hirsch Meyer. 3rd vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Ben Meyers, secretary:
Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer and
Herbert Kleiman. assistant trea-
surer. Standing committees will
be announced by the president
in the near future as well as
plans for the bureau's activities
during the corning year.
Other members of the Board of
Directors include: Mrs. Leo Ack-
erman, R. R. Adler. Joseph A.
Berman, George Chertkof, Dr.
Frank Coret, Leon Elkin, I. Fran-
kel, Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs.
Louis Hartz, M. J. Kopelowitz.
J. Gerald Lewis, Mark Max, Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner. Dr. Max Pepper, Mrs. A. E.
Rosenthal, Pincus Scheinberg.
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Monte Se-
lig and Mrs. Rose Weiss.
. At the request of the Syna-
: gogue Council of America.
: Greater Miami Jewry will hold
| memorial services for the victims
of Hitlerism at the Miami Beach
j Jewish Center. Sunday morning.
I July 26th at 10 a. m. under the
| auspices of the Rabbinical Assoc-
iation of this area. Jewish and
non-Jewish speakers will deplore
the atrocities that are being com-
mitted in the Nazi-occupied lands
against thousands and thousands
of Jewish and non-Jewish people.
A detailed program will be an-
nounced next week.
PALESTINE'S RED MOGEN
ASKS FOR OUR SUPPORT
New York (WNS)Palestine
has a red Mogen David instead of
a Red Cross, but though its name
is Jewish, it's work is non-sec-
tarian. The American branch this
week issued an appeal for sup-
port of the organization's activi-
ties. The red Mogen David was
organized during the first World
War and has since been func-s
tioning as a peace time emer-
jency ambulance corps supported
by Moslems and Christians as
well as Jews.




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FRIDAY, JULY 17,
Social

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
PERSONALS
Mrs. Bessie August is at home
recuperating from a recent ton-
silectomy.

Dr. Alfred Augustine left Mon-
day to join the armed forces of
the United Stales.
Miss Shirley Barish of West
Palm Beach is visiting her rela-
tives, Mr. and Mrs. O. Argintar
and daughter. Ester, of Miami.

Mrs. Max Pepper is a guest
at the Hamilton Hotel, New York
City, recuperating from a major
Al Lehrman left this week for, operation undergone recently.
a three weeks' vacation in Phila- Mrs s stern "returned to her
delphia and Atlantic City. Ih(im.. ciumhul. s. C ...
Matthew Band'er's now at his visiting her daughter and son-in-
home, Andres Aviv. Coral Gables,|>aw- Mr ;md Mis- Milton Fried-
recuperating from a recent oper-
Miss Hay Roth plans to leave
Monday for a two months" vaca-
tion at Daytona Beach where she
will visit her brother, Mack Roth
and family.
ORGANIZATIONS
BIRTHS
ation.

Dr. Stanley Frehling left this
week for Biloxi. Miss, to enter
the armed forces of the United
Stat. S

Miss Mae Rosengarten left last
Mr and Mrs. Leo Ackerman
week "for a two'months' visit toland daughter Gail leave this week
Providence. R. I., and points
north.

Sarah August left Thursday
for Philadelphia and New York
where she will vacation for sev-
eral weeks.

Phillip Berkowitz has returned
to the city after a combined three
weeks' business and pleasure trip
through the north.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer
and daughters, Barbara and Pa-
mela, left Wednesday for an ex-
tended visit to Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
for North Carolina where they
will vacation and will return to
the city about August 10.

Arnold Rax in. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Raxin, left this
week for Orlando where ho will
enter the service of the United
States Marine Air Corps.

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Salsbury
and son. Alfred, of Norfolk. Ya .
will arrive in Miami next week
to visit their daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver of
1740 S. W. lith Street.

Mis Russell Brandt and daugh-
ter, Dolores, left for their home
left Tuesday for a month's vaca- I in Woodmere. Long Island, N. Y..
tion in New York where they after visiting with her parents.
will visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hartz and
, Sister, Jennie Rotfort.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Green and
daughter. Bonnie Sue, will leave j Mrs. Louis Zeientz will return
this week for a three weeks' va- J to the city Sunday after visiting
cation to Columbia. S. C. and: her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
Hendersonville, N. C. and Mrs. Saul R. Srolc of Forest
I Hills. N. Y. During her three
weeks' stay she also visited rela-
tives and friends in the vicinity.

Mrs. Harold Turk and daugh-
ter, Cornelia W., will be joined by
Mr. Turk, who will leave Miami
Sunday, in Brooklyn. N. Y. where
they are visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Wohlstadter, Mr.
Turk will return in about two
weeks,
ROSEDALE
Delicatessen & Restaurant
1437 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
now under new management
SERVING A DELICIOUS
DINNER FOR 50c
Henry Steinhauser. prop.
Formerly New Yorker Hotel
PALMER
Funeral Chapel
200S W. FLAGLER ST.
flKSr* 9-2664
Junior Hadassah will hold their
regular meeting Monday evening.
Julv 20th at 8:30 p. m. at the
home of Miss Ethel Pont. 2611 S.
W. 5th Avenue.

All girls interested in joining
the Junior R< d Cr< ss for knit-
ting and sewing call Mrs Milford
Brotman, 5-7731. Meetings are
held onc .. week.

The annu B ai B'rith n
light :
day evening. July 28 fr
11:30 p. m Yacht Seven
Si as, Pier 8, City Yacht Basin.
A limited number of tickets are
available at the B'nai B'rith office
and members are urged to make
reservations immediately. Re-
freshments will be served and
music for dancing will be fur-
nished. E. Albert Pallet and Dr.!
Alexander Kushner are in. charge
of arrangements.

The regular meetings of the
Workmen's Circle. Branch 692 of
Greater Miami, are now being
held on the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month for
the duration of the summer and |
take place at 25 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. The cultural work
of the organization is carried on
each Sunday at 8:30 p. m. with
open forums and lectures. The
election of delegates will be held j
at the next meeting for the 23rd j
Southeastern District Conference |
of the organization which will
take place in Atlanta. Ga.. Sep-
tember 6. 7. and 8.
The wedding of Mrs. Miriam
Beck of Toledo. Ohio and Miami
to Mr. I. Rosengarten of this
city was held Tuesday evening
at a private ceremony with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.

The marriage of Lieut. Robert
Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Richter, to Miss Arleen Hirseh.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Hirseh of Atlanta, was solemn-
i/i d Wednesday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
at the home of the groom's par-
ents. 214 W. Rivo Alto Island,
Miami Beach. Lieut. Richter
graduated from the University
of Florida, and is a member of
Phi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He
attended Officers Candidate
School at Ft. Benning where he
received his commission July 6th.
The bride attended Missouri and
Ohio State Universities where
she majored in commercial art.
She is a member of Alpha Epsilon
sorority. The couple will reside
at Camp Adair, Oregon where
Lieut. Richter is stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
S. W. 11th St.. announce
birth of a daughter at Jackson
Memorial Hospital Monday Cvo
ning.
DEATHS
Word reached Miami Tuesday
of the death of Mrs. H. Ungar of
Los Angeles, mother of Arthur
Ungar. She died Monday at her
Los Angeles home, and funeral
services were held Tuesday.
NAZIS PLAN MURDER OF ALL
JEWS TO SAVE ON FOOD
ENGAGED
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Evelyn Keane.
daughter of Mrs. Lottie Keane.
to Irving Rotfort. was made Sat-
urday night at a dinner party for
friends and relatives. The cou-
ple will be married after Mr.
Rotfort's graduation from Offi-
cers Candidate School at Miami
Beach, this coming month.
Geneva (WNS) Foreign ob-
servers here believe that the Na-
zis in Eastern Europe are follow-
ing a deliberate plan of mass
murder of thr Jews in order to
save as much food a spossible for
the Nazi armies. Though the Jews
are given but the meagerest ra-
tions, the Nazis seem eager to
save even this small quantity of
bread and they hope to achieve
this by murdering all the Jews.
It was reported here that a
two-day pogrom recently took
place in Lwow, the Capital of
Eastern Galicia.
WANTED
Experienced
Bookkeeper-Stenographer
Steady Position
Miami Beach Jewish Center
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
NAZIS DEPORT 30,000 JEWS
AND THEN SLAUGHTER THEM
London (WNS)Thirty thou-
sand German Jews who were re-
moved from Germany to the
Minsk region were subsequently
mercilessly machine-gunned to
death. News of this was received
here by the Polish vice-Premier,
S t a n i s 1 a w Misolajczk from
sources which are believed to be
entirely reliable.
Another report reaching the
Polish officials here is that 25,000
Polish Jews incarcerated in con-
centration camps were put to
death by poison gas.
These massacres are not in-
cluded in the total of 700.000
which it had been announced pre-
viously were massacred by the
Nazis.
Istanbul .'WNS)The Turks do
not put much stock in the Axis
words. Newspapers here this
week ridiculed the Axis promises
to the Arabs that they will be
granted independence if the Axis
wins. "It would be absurd," re-
marked one newspaper, "to think
that the Axis will permit African
and Asian countries like Egypt,
Palestine and Syria, to be free
after they have wiped off the map
such countries as Czechoslovakia.
Another paper sarcastically asks
whether there are still any people
who take Axis promises ser-
iously.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
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A duty every man
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'.imily is that of pro-
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place. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
"advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but it
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and is
not subject to the
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to some organization which* offers burial space. But
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FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1942
*Jewlsti fk>ridian
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI I
(Tills wi'ckly feature in prepared
: I In* public relations committee of
(|IC lin-aler Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the National Jewish
Welfare Hoard. The committee ln-
cluile.s William I. Hoxerman, chair-
ni.in: ISenJamln Bronston, r*red K.
Shoihet, A. Louis Mechlowitz. and
Paul WeiUman.)
<(\,iilrlbutk>n.s to this column are
welcomed, partlcuUirly in the form of
letters received here from Greater
Mi.tini buy* now in the service.)
They're in the Service Now
Among a group of men sent
from this area for final examina-
tion and enlistment in the Navy
last week was Lawrence J. Co-
hen of 31 Rivo Alto Drive ... A
veteran of the first war received
his orders for active duty with
the army at Camp Blanding as
lieutenant-general in the judge
advocate general's department
... He is Ben Axelroad, sr., an
attorney who served as a captain
in the same department in World
War I Julian L. Friedman.
761 Jefferson Avenue. Miami
Beach, has started his training at
the Army Air Forces Technical
Training School. Kessler Field.
Mississippi.
Rarin' to soar through the skies
is Melvin B. Weinkle. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Weinkle. 300 N. W.
I2t!i Avenue, as proved by his
enlistment for naval aviation
training with the hope of getting
a commission in the flying forces
... Dr. Samuel S. Saslaw, whom
we preciously reported as having
been commissioned a lieutenant i
in the naval reserve, has begun !
his duties as an instructor in the
Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Blow. Bugle. Blow!
By special dispatch, via Camp |
Blanding, comes the story of Pri-
vate Jack Sicgel. 44, of 216 Sixth
Street. Miami Beach, who left
here recently to begin his fourth
hitch in the army Cherishing
a bugle that has called American
soldiers to battle from the Mexi-
can border to No-Man's-Land in j
France, this veteran requested
Camp Blanding officials to assign
him to combat duty, so that he
might help to sound the victory
march against the Axis.
Siegel, now stationed at the
Reception Center, holds seven
decorations including service bars
for engagements at St. Mihiel,
Meuse-Argonne and Verdun, the
rrench medal. Mexican campaign
medal. Victory medal and the
Order of the Purple Heart .
Siegel is proud of the fact that
he weighs but two pounds more
than when he first joined the
Army ... He keeps in shape by
boxing, a science he knows as
well as bugling for he once was
lightweight champion of the Sec-
ond Corps Area and later was a
member of Jim Corbett's boxing
show which toured the United!
Mates and Canada.
From Poland to Miami
A promise made to his uncle
ve years ago landed Melvin Le-;
e m the 577th Technical
^hool Squadron on the Beach'
But here's the story as re- '
"ased through the army air
corps:
Jn 1937 the Polish people al-
ikhless Nazi military machine
was preparing to grasp their
1,'!. y in a ereedy claw of con-
cin-!t Thus when Levine de-
* lo come to the United
PHes, Ins uncle, a major in the
oiun air force, made him pro-
mise to idin tk A____:_________
heard from him.
"1 answered and repeated my
[promise that as soon as I became
an American citizen I would join
the branch of service that would
do the most damage to the Ger-
mans." Levine related When
he finally became eligible for en-
listment. Levine requested as-
signment with the army air
forces ... He hopes to take his
place with the flying eagles of
the United States so that he may
avenge the rape of his former
homeland.
Some Jaunt
Al Jolson, stage and screen
star, has waved aside all commer-
cial appearances, to give his ser-
vices gratis for the entertainment
of the boys in uniform ... He
recently came back from Alaska
where he traveled from Army
camp to Army camp, sometimes
giving eight to ten shows a day
. During his jaunt Jolson
traveled some 20,000 miles, find-
ing the morale of our troops very
high "If they ever get clear
skies up that way," Jolson said,
"there won't be a Jap left in the
Aleutian Islands Those boys
say if they can just get three days
of clear weather, they'll clean out
every Jap base in the area" .
Jolson is leaving soon on another
camp tour.
May He Rest in Peace!
Word has just reached here
of the untimely death of Ser-
geant Harry H. Levine of the
Royal Canadian Air Force, a
graduate of the Embry-Riddle
aviation school, former resi-
dent of Miami Beach, and a
native of Bridgeport. Connecti-
cut Levine had completed
his flight training course and
was scheduled to be sent to
England for combat duty ,
He was killed July 4th when
his plane crashed into an On-
tario river while engaged in
aerial patrol duty.
SPONSOR THE
L HOME
New York (WNS) Josephus
Daniels, former Secretary of the
Navy in the Wilson Administra-
tion thinks that "the sentiments
of the American people have un-
dergone no change since the last
world war with regard to the es-
tablishn.ent of a Jewish National
I Home in Palestine."
Ex-Secretary Daniels expresses
, this view in the introduction to a
\ study of the British policy in Pal-
; estine by Prof. Paul L. Hanna of
I the University of Florida, pub-
: lished by the American Council
I on Public Affairs.
Mr. Daniels snys that America
j has been "the moral co-sponsor"
i of the Jewish National Home.
Forecasting that the victory of
i the United Nations will bring
j the Arabs new gains. Mr. Daniels
adds, however, that "nothing will
| be gained and a great deal in
terms of peace and stability will
be lost by subjecting the Jewish
National Home to the domination
of forces that may prove hostile
to it.
"As for America, there is every
reason to believe that as at the
end of the previous war we shall
again uphold the just claims of
the Arabs. But as in the previous
case. America will also insist on
justice for the Jews. It should be
possible to harmonize the rea-
sonable aspirations of both part-
ies. There is a vast area available
for further national progress by
the Arabs. At the same time, the
Jews arc given full opportunity
to develop their National Home
in Palestine."
PAGE THREE
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
NEW SERVICE CENTER TO BE
OPENED ON MIAMI BEACH
A service center with complete
recreational facilities will be
opened on Miami Beach at South
Beach School located at Alton
Road and Third Street. The cen-
ter will be formally opened on
Friday evening with an elaborate
program including participation
by Mayor Val C. Cleary, city of-
ficials and educational leaders of
the public school system. The pro-
gram will include musical enter-
tainment.
The center sponsored by the
American Womens Service Mens
Center Association and the Mi-
ami Beach P. T. A. will be open
every night except Sunday and is
at the present in need of indoor j
games.
SEES POST WAR GAINS TOO
FROM JOB DISCRIMINATIONS
Mrs. Rosalie Aaron. 311 10th
Street, returned to the city after
visiting in the north.
Recent visitors in Miami were
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg and
daughter, Yetta. and Mrs. Clara
Landau, mother of Mrs. Green-
berg.
Mrs. Joe H. Lesser and son,
Shepard, have returned from
their visit to Rome. Georgia.
Mrs. Henry Aaron. 2027 Broad-
way, is in New York visiting her
sister who is ill at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
Mrs. Leo Rader was hostess at
the weekly benefit card party
at Scher Hall held Sunday night.
Lieutenant Morton Smith of
the Army Air Corps, returned to
Texas after visiting with his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith.
A party honoring Rabbi Green-
stein was held Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Fannie Ryder.
Pvt. Henry Goldstein is visit-
ing with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Goldstein.
Leon Rottman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rottman. 708 S. Rosemary,
arrived Friday from Philadelphia
where he attended school. He will
spend the remainder of the sum-!
mer here.
Rabbi and Mrs. Greenstein and
left Tuesday for a five weeks va-
cation in Steubenville and War-
ren, Ohio.
The regular semi-monthly card
party was held Sunday night at
Schwartzberg Hall with Mrs. Jo-
hanna Schloss as hostess.
Max Greenberg left for a busi-
ness trip to New York where he
will remain for several weeks.
Mrs. Charles Landau of Lake
Worth is now residing with her
daughter, Mrs. M. Greenberg.
Palm Beachites have heaped
much praise upon Mr. Carl
Springer. 92 years old, developer
of the Springfield mango and a
resident of Palm Beach for 32
years. Mr. Springer has developed
a specie whioh has a minimum
weight of three and sometimes as
large as five pounds.
Mrs. Burnett Roth has returned
to the home of her mother. Mrs
Samuel Scher. 104 Australia
Street. Palm Beach, after spend-
ing si v, ral days with her hus-
band in Miami. Mrs. Scher has
been ill since the death of her
husband several weeks ago.
For the Best in Dairy
Products
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
*_&____
Washington (WNS)The effort
being made to eliminate discri-
mination on the score of race and
creed will bear fruits after the
war too. This was the view ev-
pressed by Malcolm S. McLean.
Chairman of the President's Com-
mittee on Fair Employment Prac-
tices. Speaking at a session held
at Howard University, he said
that if the practice of hiring with-
out discrimination can be estab-
lished now, it will persist after
the war.
President Roosevelt is expected
to issue shortly a new order, en-
larging the powers of the com-
mittee to deal with discrimina-
tion in any activity in which the
Federal Government has juris-
diction.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous
Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
NAZI SEIZURES OF JEWISH
PROPERTIES AT 2 BILLIONS
CORNELIUS INSURANCE AGENCY
318 HARVEY BUILDING
PHONE 6093
Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines of Insurance
1 l" Join the American army
shun V> Levlne tried to enlist
'fter arriving in the U.
S. but
was
Was rejected because he
for. pffelfner Shortly be-
horri ua"d fc" t0 the Hitler
his u roceived a letter from
^__unt.ethe last word he has;
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Milton Heiman, who disappeared
from his home in New York in
1941 and since that time has
failed to communicate with or
contribute to the support of his
wife, Millicent, as a result of
which she is in dire need of his
financial assistance. Milton Hei-
man was born in Brooklyn, N. Y.
in November 1909, is 5 ft. 7 in.
tall, weighs 148 pounds, has
brown hair and blue eyes. He is
presently alleged to be in Miami.
Florida. Anyone aware of his lo-
cation is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau. 67 West 47th Street. New
York City.
Berne (WNS) Economic ex-
perts here estimate that a mini-'
mum of two billion dollars worth
of Jewish property has been
confiscated by the Nazis in oc-
cupied Europe
Jewish properties seized in |
Czechoslovakia alone are put at
$5000.000.000. "By the process of
"Aryanization." said one of these
experts, "countless valuable busi-
nesses passed into German hands
either without compensation or
by the payment of a ridiculously
small amount of money, after a
summary evaluation by a Ger-
man official."
Religious Groups Unite to Boost
U. S. War Bonds
As> Your Local
Delicatessen
F< the Beit
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KOSHER^ZION
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NAZIS ORDER ALL SALONIKA
JEWS TO LABOR ASSEMBLY
London (WNS)All Jews in
Salonika, according to advices re-
ceived here, have been ordered by
'he Nazis to appear at a specified
time at the city square. It is be-
lieved that this mass assemblage
is for the purpose of deporting
all of the 50.000 Jews of Salonika
to forced labor. In other Nazi oc-
cupied parts, such orders have
also frequently been the preli-
minary for mass executions.
BOND ADVISORY COMMITTEE: The above representatives of the
Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic faiths have volunteered their services
to aid in the promotion of sales of United States War Bonds and have ',
organized a Press Advisory Committee, working in cooperation with the
Church Press Section of the War Savings Staff of the United States
Treasury.
,Irf,?din$>from W* to right they are: Bernard Postal, Publicity Director i
of B'Nai B'nth; John L. Fortson, Director of Public Relations Federal
Council of Churches of Christ in America; and Donald T Sheehan
Director of Public Relations, National Catholic Community Service '
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1942
Tisha B'ab
The Synagogue Council of America has
proclaimed Tisha BAB as a day for mourning
the hundreds of thousands of victims of Nazi
massacres. The voice of protest against these
brutalities is now being heard in all parts of
the world. The President is being asked to
say c word of warning on the matter. Wendell
L Wilkie is lifting his voice, as is also Vice-
President Wallace. In England, the British
Broadcasting Company has carried the pro-
tests of many prominent officials. But the Nazi
sensitivities can only hear the most impressive
of voices. It is right that no less a person than
the President himself be asked to warn the ,
Nazis, who have taken to themselves the
thought that the world is completely indifferent
to the fate of the Jews and that they may, if i
they wish, exterminate every Jew in Europe.
Sad as is this situation, the horizons of bat-
tlefields too bring little cheering news. In \
Russia, the Nazis are close to the oil fields of
Caucasus. If Hitler should get them. Russia
will be deprived of her main source of oil and
Hitler will have all of that resource that he
may need to go on indefinitely.
In the Middle East, the democratic forces
have recovered horn their initial setback.
Whether they can continue to hold their stand
and push forward remains to be seen. If they
fail, as the famous English newspaper, the
Manchester Guardian pointed out this week,
we shall see a Jewish tragedy perhaps sur-
passing that of any we have yet seen, for as
the Guardian says, "If Hitler comes out there,
the Jews will be massacred as a glorious cli-
max to his policy of extermination."
The situation is indeed such as to make
our own Tisha B'AB this year as critical, as
tragic, as the one of 2,000 years ago which we
recall in our synagogues this week.
PREJUDICE IS DISLOYAL
"This nation is the result of a wonderfully
successful experiment in blending many races,
cultures and religions. Our strength in this
war, our ability to appeal to the Chinese, the
East Indians and others whose help we need, j
just as much as they need ours, comes largely j
from this peaceful blending. It is disloyal, ;
even subversive, to obstruct its further devel-
opment. The principle of legal equality is the
very foundation of our system "Editorial,
N. Y. Times, May 30, 1942.
WORLD LEAGUE
"I hope that, after we win this war, we can
bring to the relationships between the peoples
of the world some of the openess and or-
derliness of the relations between our States in
place of some of the devious diplomacy and
international intrigue that has characterized
pre-war days.
"With the background of the successful re-
lationship between the States in America, we
might well develop a world association of free
peoples. Participation in this association
might well have certain requirements just as
territories were required to meet certain stand-
ards before they were admitted as States in
our Union.
"Obviously, the mechanics of democracy
and understanding in the world has not devel-
oped to the point where the requirements
could be as high as are the requirements for
States of the Union. But we might begin with
the requirements that each nation participat-
ing agree to extend to their own people the
right of freedom of worship, to establish a fair
system of internal justice, with protection of
the rights of the accused, and to grant to all
those who are literate the privilege of partici-
pating at reasonable intervals in the selection
of their government leadership."Governor
Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota.
Questions and Answers
Once in a great while a book comes from
the printing press that belongs on the shelves
of every one who can read. Such a book,
modestly priced, has been published recently.
Compiled by the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith and entitled "Questions and An-
swers Concerning the Jew," this book lists
twenty-eight questions and offers concise, au-
thoritative, yet simple answers. It serves to
educate the Jew himself and offers to the non-
Jewish world the challenge of the truth. Among
the questions raised and answered are these:
What is the historicity concerning the cruci-
fixion of Jesus? What is the Talmud? What
is its teaching with regard to relations between
Jew and Christian? How did the ridiculous
fable that Jews practice ritual murder origin-
ate? Who concocted the Prototols of the Eld-
ers of Zion, and why? Does there exist a
Benjamin Franklin Prophecy and a Charles
Pinckney Diary? What role did Jews play in
Russian communism? How many of the offi-
cials of the Soviet government are of Jewish
descent? Who are the leaders of communism
in America? How many Jews in the United
States belong to the communist party? What
was the total communist vote in Germany be-
fore the advent of Hitler and what portion of
it was Jewish? How did Jews fare in the eco-
nomic and political life of Germany prior to
1933?
What contributions did the Jews of Germany
make to their armed forces in World War I?
How many refugees have immigrated into the
United States since 1932? What have refu-
gees contributed to America? What role do
Jews play in American industry? Do Jews
control banking in the United States, Great
Britain, Germany, France? What influence do
Jews exert in the New York Stock Exchange?
Are Jews predominant in the retail business
of the United States? Do Jews control the
American press? The radio? To what extent
do Jews participate in the whole area of the
motion picture industry? What percentage of
Jews are in government employ? What about
Jews as farmers? What percentage of Jews
work at manual labor? What are some notable
Jewish contributions to mankind? Jews in
literature and music? Has Jewish philanthropy
been confined to Jews? What is the record of
Jewish participation in the wars of our country?
The book also contains a bibliography to
throw light on the more important answers and
a number of other significant exhibits. The
publication appeals to us as a dignified yet ef-
fective weapon to bring about better under-
standing by facing charges expressed or im-
plied and showing their falsity.American
Jewish Outlook, Pittsburgh.
OUT OF MIZRAIM
After examing some of the British trucks the Axis troops
captured during their swift drive into Egypt, Field Marshal
Rommel became convinced that the Jewish Army in the Near
East is a reality (and that, of course, is why he ordered his
troops to withdraw when the British made their stand at El
Alameinhe was afraid his Aryan soldiers might be hit by
Jewish bullets) What convinced the Nazi commander
was the fact that practically all the trucks bore the Star of
David ... But what he didn't know was that the trucks be-
longed to the New Zealanders in North Africa ... It seems
that the boys from down under, noting that a few Jewish
Army truck drivers, who had adorned their vehicles with the
Jewish star, were particularly lucky in getting out of ticklish
situations, painted the Mogen Davids on their own lonies
as a good luck symbol .
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE
The appeal from the Russian Anti-Fascist Committee for a
gift of tanks and planes from Jewish sympathizers in this
country has remained unanswered thus far There's a
"London Square" in Tel Aviv now. named in tribute to the
heroism displayed by the people of London during the Nazi
bombardments ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann's yonger son, an
RAF pilot, is still reported missing in action ... His elder son,
suffering from shellshock, was recently demobilized Nor-
man Bentwich, former Attorney General of Palestine, is now
serving as a pilot officer in the RAF "Yank" Levy, author
of the official British handbook on guerilla warfare, is over
here now, teaching Americans the principles of this branch
of military science, so useful in an emergency Al Jolson,
back from his Alaska Army camp tour with a beautiful sun
tan is off to Iceland for a ditto Al may be in the "wheel-
chair draft," but he sure can take a lot of trekking around to
exposed fronts .
THE ARTS ,_
The British are reprinting Louis K. Anspacher s poem The
Last Weapon," written at the time of the Austrian peace
overture in 1917 They're hoping that when this war is
over Anspachei's final exhortation will be more closely fol-
lowed than last time "Let us disarm the foe," he urged
then as now, "that is the debt we owe those who have died
... But the poet thinks one change should be madein the
title ... He now wants the poem to be headed: "Have They
Changed?" Here's consolation for budding songwriters
who are having a hard time getting started Irving Berlin,
whose four-star hit "This Is The Army," is expected to bring
a million smackers into the Army Emergency Relief Fund,
netted all of thirty-three cents in royalties from his first song
. Berlin, incidentally, himself bought two of the SI,000
boxes for the new show's premiere This fall the Ameri-
can Federation of Arts will sponsor a traveling exhibition ot
Frank Horowitz's paintings of life in the Jewish colonies of the
Crimea and the Ukrainecolonies established through the
help of the American Joint Distribution Committee and the
Soviet Government, and now destroyed by the Nazi invaders
of Russia Max Reinhardt will have his own theatre on
Broadway next season ... He will produce intimate plays,
at minimum cost How the world has changed! .
POST-WAR WORLD
"If this war is in fact a war for the libera-
tion of peoples it must assure the sovereign
equality of peoples throughout the world, as
well as in the world of the Americas. Our vic-
tory must bring in its train the liberation of all
peoples. Discrimination between peoples be-
cause of their race, creed or color must be
abolished. The age of imperialism is ended.
The right of a people to their freedom must be
recognized, as the civilized world long since
recognized the right of an individual to his
personal freedom. The principles of the At-
lantic Charter must be guaranteed to the
world as a wholein all oceans and in all
continents."Sumner Welles, Under Secretary
of State.
FLIP CLIPS
Charles I of Spain, says Robert Ripley. bought all Ger-
many for S234.300 That's the total of the bribes he paid to
have the German Electors pick him as Emperor .. Now win
somebody figure out how much money Hitler had to spen
before the German electorate chose him as its fuehrer. _
Those recent Winchell columns purporting to come from Ber-
lin are something One of them records a conversed
between two good Nazis, one of whom asks his ^P0"!
how he did at the races "How did I do?" echoes the owe
... "It was terrible! I had a sure thingbut the jockey"
the horse in the last stretch!" Then there's the one aoou
the restaurant patron who called over the waiter to compi
that there was a fly in the soup "Is that so?" re'0"e(\"
waiter "Then you'll have to let me deduct it fromij
ration card" Another item relates that the Mikado ption
Hitler to learn how iar the Axis had progressed in Egyp "
"Midway," was the answerand touchy Hirohito hung v
without another word .
ABOUT PEOPLE twb0
Ludwig Lore, the columnist and foreign news analysi
died last week, made his last public appearance a lew i
before he fell ill. as a speaker at an Atlantic City ratty gj
sored by the Committee for a Jewish Army Did you
that the late cellist Emanuel Feuermann, in the first an
public speech he ever delivered (he died three days
told RCA Victor war workers at an '1 Am An ^enC.an^n
rally that not only was he hoping to become an Am ^
citizen soon, but that his- wife was going to have JJJ
baby, who would "be an American, born in Amen in a
free" ... As a refugee from Hitlerism. Feuermann was
position to appreciate the privilege of being an Pimen(] i^ck
David Ben Gurion, Poale Zion leader, is anxious to uy ^
to Palestine, but is waiting for a return trip guarntf* 'iad to
The United States Army and Navy needs
your support. Join a 10% Club now.
Gurion wants to come back here soon ... Iu" X''" y0[k
hear that George Backer, former publisher of the e ^
Post, is well on his way to a full recovery, and MM" ^ovie
hours of leisure to write a novel Did you know tn
actor Melvyn Douglas is taking not a single red cent r
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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1942
Jewisti fk>rldlian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 BUOlId Avenue
Miami Bench
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
l.",:i6 Jefferson Avenue
I'hone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Y E SHI V A
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
Religious Services
Traditional Services daily at 8
a. m. and 8 p. m. Saturday at 9
a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday at
8:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Shabbos Chazon
Saturday, July 18th is Shabbos
Chazon preceding the tragic fast
day of Tishba B'Ab, the ninth of
Ab. which falls on Thursday,
July 30th beginning the preced-
ing evening at sunset. Dr. Samuel
Bension will speak this Sabbath
(hi the subject "A Vision of the
Future."
Oneg Shabbat
The Oneg Shabbat held at the
Center regularly every Saturday
at 8:15 p. m. is constantly gaining
in popularity- especially with the
military men. These socials are
preceded by the traditional Sho-
losh Seudot. The company meal
is served and between courses
the Zemirot the rousing Sabbath
melodies, are rendered. Refresh-
ments are plentiful and all are
welcome.
Special Military Services
Special military Services are
held at the Center every Sunday
at 9 a. m. They are limited to
one hour and consist of a fine
musical program with invited ar-
tists as soloists, congregational
singing, and responsive readings.
On Sunday, July 19th Dr. Samuel
Bension will speak on "Construc-
tion and Destrucion." All soldiers
of the Jewish faith are urged to
attend. Civilians, too, are wel-
come. All the services have the
assistance of Anuyta Melicov,
pianist.
Miss Ruth Brotman, noted so-
prano, will be the soloist on July
19th.
Thanks
The Center expresses its thanks
to Mrs. Marie Balaban who has
generously donated a beautiful
cover for the new pulpit which
she made with her own hands.
May she and all those who sup-
port the congregation be blessed
v\ ith long life, health and happi-
ness.
We also express good wishes
to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fried-
land. 1st vice president, and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Sirkin. treasurer,
who are going north for the sum-
mer. Bon voyage, a pleasant va-
cation, and a safe return.
Children's Activities
The Gedud Habonim meets ev-
ery Sunday at 10:30 a. m. There
is an interesting program of club
activities, songs, stories and
S, Children from the ages
of ti to 16 are welcome. There are
no charges.
The Bar Mitzvah minyan holds
n gular religious services every
Sunday at 9:30 a. m. followed by
a breakfast. Boys of 12 years and
over are urged to attend.
The Hebrew School meets four
times weekly, Mondays to Thurs-
days inclusive from 8:30 a. m. to
12:30. The classes are graded. New
Pupils may be registered daily at
the office. Individual attention is
given to every child especially to
those preparing for Bar Mitzvah.
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child-
ren from kindergarten to tal-
mudic education.
Daily services are held at 8:00
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.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A, KELLNER, Kabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
I'hone 8-51M
390 8. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1548 S. W. Third Street
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon-------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha ...........................7:30 p. m.
Maariv ............................8:00 p. m.
Saturday______________9:00 a. m.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi
711 I,enox Avenue, Phone 5-1S28
MAURICE mamciins". Cantor
-'-':: S. W. 21st Terrace, I'h. 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.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
The first meeting of Beth Sho-
lem Congregation was held in
their new quarters, 761 41st St.,
Miami Beach. July 14th. The at-
tendance was well representative
of its members. A short business
meeting was held; the important
part of the session was the elec-
tion of permanent officers for the
ensuing year. The following of-
ficers were elected to their re-
spective stations: Alfred B. Ros-
enstein. president; Dr. Max Ellis.
first vice president; Irving Ap-
plebaum, second vice president;
Raymond Rubin, third vice pres-
ident; Miss Hazel Haber, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. A. Zinnamon,
financial secretary; and I. S.
Perse, treasurer.
The entire two story building
was remodeled to suit the pur-
poses of the various endeavors,
consisting of a very roomy and
inviting lobby, corridors, ladies'
rest room, ladies' social room, di-
rectors' room and an auditorium
that can seat two hundred fifty
persons. A social hall on the
second floor, also, two large
rooms for the Ladies' Auxiliary
and the Junior League Clubs.
The decorating was done by Jul-
ius Rosenstein. brother of the
president.
Appreciation is expressed to
the house committee who made
this possible. Abe Zinnamon. Mr.
Lobel and Benjamin Appel.
The congregation is preparing
for a public installation of offi-
cers on Thursday evening. July
23rd, and has invited Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David to offi-
ciate. The Beth Sholem invites
all its members and their friends
to attend.
Made From Fresh Oranges
Pro Patria
We join the members of the
573rd Squadron of A. A. C. T. T.
S. in their sorrow over the loss
of Sgt. Norman Siegel. We bow
our heads before the inscrutable
Will of God and praise His name
in sorrow as we would in glad-
ness. Rabbi Kellner participated
in memorial services held at Fla-
mingo Park where over one thou-
sand soldiers gathered to pay
their last tribute to this young
and popular warrior. He died in
the service of his country and
may that thought console his
stricken parents and family.
With the Rabbi
Rabbi Kellner will conduct re-
ligious services Sunday morn-
ing at 8 a. m. at Flamingo Park.
These services are under the su-
pervision of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation at the request of the Post
Chaplain in command of the
army units in our area. Rabbi
Kellner has also been requested
to supervise the military services
at the Beth Jacob Congregation
in the absence of Rabbi Meschel-
off.
Congratulations
We are pleased to congratulate
young Teddy Sackowitz, stalwart
son of our synagogue, who won
national honors at the recent A.
Z. A. Conference.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Bro-
ther and Mrs. Leon Kaplan upon
the birth of their daughter. May
the happy parents and grand-
parents raise their offspring in
good health and happiness.
Tisheo Beov Services
The mournful dirges of Lamen-
tations will be read in our syna-
gogue on Wednesday night at
3:15 p. m. and on Thursday at
8 a. m. Mincha services on Thurs-
day will be held at 1:30 p. m.
Path of Sorrows
We mourn the loss of our late
friend Mr. H. Miller. Olev Hash-
olom and we beg to extend to his
dear ones the congregation's
deepest sympathy.
Nichum Ovelim
We chronicle with profound
grief the passing of the late Bro-
ther Rudolph Byer and express
to the grief-stricken family our
most profound sympathies.
Services of Congregation Shaa-
ray Tefila, temporarily located
at 1527 Washington Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, are scheduled for Fri-
day at 7 p. m. and Saturday at
9 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Shalosh S'udos will be con-
ducted at 7:15 Saturday and will
be followed by Maariv services.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will speak during the Saturday
morning services on the subject
of "The Destruction of Palestine
and the Present War."
Daily morning services are
scheduled for 8 a. m. and evening
services at 7:30 p. m.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Concrega^ton)
135 N. \V. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Itibbl
Residence Phone, 2-2176
HERMAN II MARBEIN, Cantor
I'hone. 5-!'063
Mrs. Louis Miuxulies, Ileportlnp
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6990 Indian Creek liveG-126S
Miami Heath
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
uloo LaGorce Drive, Miami Ueach
Phone -i7::s
Military Services
Under the auspices of the local
Army and Navy committee of
Greater Miami and the Rabbini-
cal Association, services for the
men in the armed forces will take
place in our Synagogue this Fri-
day evening at 8 o'clock. Mem-
bers and friends are also invited
to participate. Rabbi Max Shap-
iro and Cantor Herman Marbein
will officiate.
Rabbi Zvvltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consull
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to my, each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. I-auderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALBVI BARON
Telephone 1418
705 S. B>. 9th Street
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p. m. Service men always wel-
come.
Sisterhood-sponsored benefit
social, open to men and women
Monday at 8 p. m.
Sewing for the Red Cross, Bri-
tish War Relief Society, and
Bundles for America, Tuesday
from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
"Friday night is Temple night
the year around."
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
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
hallowed:
Recently departed: Gussie Har-
kins. wife of Mr. Morris Harkins;
Sophie Newman Ackerman, mo-
ther of Mr. Leo Ackerman and
Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter: Louis
Hyman, father of Mr. Maxwell
Hyman; Samuel Livingston, fa-
ther of Miss Doris Livingston;
Harry Miller.
Yahrzeits: Martha Tunick. wife
of Mr. Samuel Tunick; Mamie
Fleischer, mother of Mrs. Louis
Snetman; Sol Bowman, jr., fa-
ther of Mrs. J. Damenstein; Sarah
Feibelman. mother of Mr. H. U.
Feibelman: Hannah Levin, mo-
ther of Mr. Isaac Levin.
Tree of Life Fund
Mrs. Jack Bernstein announces
that during the month of April.
1942, the following members con-
tributed to the fund: Louis Wolf-
son in memory of Jack Kugcl-
man; Mrs. Sidney Meyer in mem-
ory of her mother: Mrs. Gordon
Davis in memory of Mrs. Louis
Wolfson and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Meyer in memory of Jack Kugel-
man and Mrs. Eva Wolfson.
Y. M. H. A. Camp
At the invitation of the execu-
tive director and Mrs. Harry
Schaeffer. Rabbi Max Shapiro
was guest last week and wit-
nessed a most beautiful coordina-
tion of social, recreational and
cultural activities for children in
this area.
The Rabbi, who has been active
in the C. J. I. Camp of Port Jer-
vis. New York for many years,
indicated that the local camp with
its limited capacities, upholds
the same standards as other
camps. It is deplorable that many
parents are not taking advantage
of this splendid opportunity.
A great deal of gratitude is due
to Mr. Grossman and Mrs. Schaf-
fed and others who are responsi-
ble for this progressive accomp-
lishment in our community.
Tisha B'Av Services
The climax of the "Three
Weeks" of mourning commemor-
ating the darkest National des-
pair will be reached in the Tisha
B'Av service, Wednesday even-
ing at 8 o'clock in the synagogue.
The Rabbi, will discuss the sub-
ject "We Accuse"!
Members and friends are asked
to participate in the services.
Succo Committee
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, Congre-
gational president, wishes to an-
nounce the appointment to be
known as the "Succo Commit-
tee ". whose duty is to hold some
social affairs to raise sufficient
funds to build a new "Succo" to
replace the one demolished by
the hurricane. To head this com-
mittee. Mr. Palmer has appointed
Mr. Nat Zalka as chairman and
Mr. Sam Dickson as co-chairman.
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Card. Bingo and Mah Jongg
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July 28th at Beth David audi-
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president of Beth David Sister-
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friends to set this evening aside.
Serving as hostesses will be Mrs.
Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Isadore Fine
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FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1942
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
WAKE UP AMERICA
by Donald Alan Singer, age 10
Wake up America! And begin
to fis::".t
Drive the enemy out of sight.
Keep producing pianos and
tanks
Make the enemy tremble in its
ranks.
Nat BlumbergServing Three
Year Term on "Y" Board
Nat was born in Savannah,
Georgia on January 23. 1906. He
came to Miami in 1925 and short-
ly thereafter he became active in
communal affairs. Nat was a
charter member of the original
Y. M. H. A., then known as the
H. A. C. Nat spent eight of ten
years at the "Y" as its treasurer!
(watchdog of the treasury). In
the business world. Nat and his
friend Jack Apto operate the Re-
liable Trading Company in Mi-
ami's Harlem area. His wife Ins
and his daughter Charlotte have
also been very active in "Y" ac-
tivities. Nat's desire is to see the
early realization of a Community ,'i''st journal entitled "Y" Camp
Center in Greater Miami. News." Not t" lie outdone, the
Welcome Home P. B. Campers at the Bench are issuing
Phil Bcrkowiu. president of the,r tirst Journal this week. This
the "Y". has returned from the :rundl>' competition between the
north after spending several !u" Camps is stimulating the ac-
Wake up America! And crush
fall into their
of Uncle
not
_ the Japs
P. B. purchased and donated six Wo snal|
beautiful electric fans and had, traDS
them shipped to the "Y". He is, Mjj,ions of soldiers
certainly setting a fine example g.im
for the members. As a result of ( 'wjll force ,hp Japs t0 ..Tako
this splendid gift, the "Y" audi-; jt on th(> Lam
torium is nice, cool and pleasant.,
Many favorable comments have
been received.
Home Camp
The material for this column was received too late for
publication in this issue. The important material contained
therein will appear under this heading next week.
The Editor-
America! And beat
Wake
the foe
At them men! Let's go!
A. Z. A. Activities
Our Home Camps at Miami and Wave "Old Glory'" way up high
Kil
c very Nazi spy!
America! And
Miami Beach are more popular
than ever, if such a thing is pos-
sible. Increased attendance at
both Camps indicates that a long
felt need in the community at
last has been fulfilled.
Last week the children at the
"Y" Camp in Miami issued their an(| BUK. "
Says every man. brave and
"Well die for the Red. White
weeks on a combined business
and pleasure trip. With the "Y"
always uppermost in his mind.
even while away from the scene.
I WANT MY MILK
tivities, Both Camps are now
making preparations for a mon-
ster pageant to be held at thi
end of the Camping Season.
More details will be given later.
Installation of Officers
Due to the fact that many of
our officers are away on vaca-
tion, it was necessary to postpone hand.
the date of the installation for! K<
Sunday. August 16th. Many novel
features are being planned. De-
tails will be given later.
Building Closed Next Wednesday
Night
Due to Tisha B'av. the build-
ing will be closed to all activities
j next Wednesday night. July 22.
. but will open on Thursday morn-
ing as usual. The Y. W. H. A. ,
meeting which was to be held'
| on Wednesday night was post-1
poned to Wednesday. July 29th.
by Nathan Ratner
Temple Israel, last Sunday
night, was the scene of a really
fine affair put on by the Miami
Chapter 322. Present were mem-
Wake up America! And save'jbers of all the chapters in the
mankind I area, advisors, and many mem-
The words "Go on to Victorv" j hers of B. Z. B.. the sister or-
are in our mind. ganization of A. Z. A.
The first event of the Miami
A. 7.. A. chapter's new admini-
stration under the direction of
i Aleph Godol Toddy Sakowitz
I was an Installation of Officers
and Induction of Pledges at
Temple Israel. Pledges Alfred
Band. Harold Borkowitz, Robert
[Bender, Leonard Coven. Nathan
M lyerovitz and Paul Silverman
became members of the chapter
at that time. Louis Heiman. ad-
visor, addressed the gathering.
true.
up America! With spirits
Wak<
high
The star spangled banner we
shall fly
Smash the Axis to bits
Before we're done we'll give
Hitler many fits.
Wake up America! And bomb
the Japs from their land.
Much they will suffer at our
ep the enemy from our
shore
We will win this war.
Wake up America! Since the
Arizona has gone up in flame.
nothing will
Defeat our aim.
We''l beat the "Rising Sun"
We'll make the Germans run'
The next event scheduled is a
dip-dance on July 22nd at the
Venetian Pools planned by
Alephs Mitchel Goldman and
Frank Marks.
In the athletic field things are
also going at a rapid pace. Sun-
dr>v. at Flamingo Park, marks the
dare of the second in the silver
^up baseball series games be-
tween Miami 322 and Royal
Palm 396. The first game has al-
ready been won by Miami.
Sunday evening the Alephs
will repair to the Lucky Strike
Bowling Alleys, where a triple
playoff will run between Sigma
Rho Chapter of A. Z. A., Royal
Pa!m Chapter, and the Miami
Chapter, This is a preliminary
test of strength in preparing fn'r
the All-Florida convention, in
which nine Florida Chapters are
to take part.
OBSOLETE PIANOS URGED; Estimated conservatively, the
FOR SCRAP METAL PILES nation's 2.800.000 obsolete pianos
following
contain the following metals:
10.080,000 pounds of brass. 15.-
400.000 pounds of copper wire.
112.000.000 pounds of steel and
428.000.000 pounds of cast iron.
In addition, they hold a potential
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Wake up America!
semble your power
Strengthen your lines for
fatal hour.
When the battle
hushed
And the evil powers are
crushed
the
noise is
America has a hidden stockpile
of more than half a billion pounds
of metal in its obsolete pianos,
C. E. Casey of the Casey Piano
Co.. assorted todav. He urged
music dealers and 'home owners ylold of 6.000.000 pounds of felt
to cooperate with salvage organi-! and mllllons f ^eX of high grade
zations in making this tremen-1lumbcr- Player pianos also are a
dous metal reserve available for!source of considerable rubber
war production. j tubing.
"According to a recent survey,' Owners of ancient or unused
there are more than 2.800.000
pianos in this country that arc
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are stored in basements or attics
jand are dust-gathering eyesores.
Liberty and Freedom will sur- j Scrapping them in the interest of
victory would mean little sacri-
fice on the part of the owners."
Vive.
pianos are urged to get in touch
with their local salvage head-
quarters.
BRITISH
JEWISH
OFFICERS
PALESTINE
PRAISE
POLICE
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
Jerusalem (WNS)High praise
was paid this week by British of-
ficers to the Jewish Settlement
A modern piano, he disclosed, j Police of Palestine. The Police
contains an average of 160 pounds I are recruiting for the most part
of cast iron. 3.6 pounds of brass, j of those who are too old or phy-
5.5 pounds of copper wire and 40!sicallv unfit for military service,
pounds of steel. The over-age | Nevertheless. British officers say.
piano is a much bulkier affair | that in the event of an emergen-
jnd would yield considerably'
mon metal.
iy, the police may be counted up-
>n in a full military way.
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Jewisti ftcridttar
KING PETER SAYS HE IS
WITH AMERICAN ZIONISTS
{few York (WNS)The young
King Peter of Yugoslavia is en-
thusiastic about building Pales-
tine as a Jewish homeland. He
indicated this to a group of Ame-
rican Zionists who called on him
at his suite in the Waldorf As-
toria. The Zionists, the King said,
had made the Holy Land flow
again with milk and honey. I
was particularly impressed with
the modern large scale coloniza-
tion work on land which had
long been neglected and thought
to be uncultivatable It was heart-
ening to see in these days of de-
struction the fine spirit and the
work by young and old men
whose purpose is to build not
break down. The Jews of Pales-
tine who are today fighting in
the British units in Egypt and in
the RAF over many areas are
brothers in arms of the Yugoslav
patriots who are harassing and
killing the foe on Yugoslav soil."
HAILE SELASSIE ENGAGES
AMERICAN JEWISH LAWYER
J.rusalem (WNS) Haile Se-
lassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, has
engaged a Jewish lawyer former-
ly from the United States as his
legal advisor. Nathan Marein, the
lawyer, who received this ap-
pointment, left Jerusalem this
week for Addis Ababa to as-
sume the post. Prior to his de-
parture he was given a farewell
party by the Abyssinian commun-
ity in Palestine.
During the Italian occupation
of Ethiopia, Marein was legal-
consultant to the Abyssinian con-
sulate here and successfully
blocked Italian attempts to ob-
tain possession of Etheopian hold-
ings in Palestine during the war
as a soldier of the Jewish legion.
His wife still resides in Boston.
PAGE SEVEN
Meeting together for the first time in the history of
the National Children's Cardiac Home are pictured
ing at Arnold Reubens in New York City. Harry
cated here, made the principal address. Rev. Dick
present to hear discussed future plans for the expa
Kramer, a member of Apollo Chapter, represented
thropic League. Seated are the presidents of the
hattan. Marry Richter League and Rainbow. Mrs.
Anna Katzman, Mrs. Isidor Knopp, Mrs. I. Cohen
Grace Fadiman. Harry Saffer, Rev. Dick Evans, Ste
Mildred Truehaff.
the organization, the five Northern Chapters of
as they convened recently for a luncheon gather-
Saffer of Miami, an officer of the organization lo-
Evans also spoke. More than 250 guests were
nsion of the Cardiac Homes activities. Mrs. Jeanne
the Young Women's Auxiliary of the N. Y. Philan-
five chapters, Apollo, Rebecca Reitmeister, Man-
Anna Abrahams, Mrs, Dorothy Wetzstein, Mrs.
Left to right: Dr. Aida Sloan. Celia Goldstein,
Ha Glass, Dr. J. Simon, F. Gutradt, Harry Shulman,
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Max Shapiro and Cantor Herman
Marbein officiating.
Sunday, July 19th. Flamingo
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Rabbi Abraham Kellner, con-
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STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
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by PHINEAS J. BIRON
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NAZI PAPER TAKE NOTICE
OF PROTEST ON MASSACRES
London (WNS) The many
protests being made against the
horrible barbarities being com-
mitted against the Jews have ap-
parently been noted in Germany.
This is disclosed, for example,
by the "Prager Tag," which com-
menting on these protests de-
clares that "it is evident that
those people have not the faint-
est idea what a menace the Jews
are to the Germans. Even the
confinement of Jews in the ghet-
tos "does not eliminate their dan-
ger."
EVEN OLD JEWS IN RUSSIA
HELP IN GUERILLA FIGHTING
ment for his work in the Civil-
ian Defense department at
Washington? Coming to
America before the summer is
over is England's stage and
screen star Leslie Howard .
He's going to make a lecture
tour for war relief .Can you
imagine Jascha Heifetz playing
boogie-woogie? ... If you can't,
you'd better have your imagina-
tion overhauledbecause that,
according to local reports, is
what he does play when he1 ,,,..IC,. ~ ,,
. ^ ... London (WNS) England s
wants to relax That blood- r
.... [Jewry is making preparation to
eye which Meyer ,, T u u
, welcome the Jewish soldiers in
Kuibyshev (WNS)Aged Jews
with gray beards are helping in
the guerilla fighting in Russia
against the Nazis. This was re-
ported by Jacob Uzdzinski, a
Jewish guerilla fighter who has
reached Kuibyshev after spend-
ing six months in the rear of
German armies destroying their
munition stores, blowing up Nazi
military trains and exploding
bridges.
The guerilla detachment of
which he was a member was com-
posed of 48 men, sixteen of whom
were Jews. "We fought five times
face to face with the Nazi sol-
diers and killed more than 500
of them. We also destroyed 150
kilometers of railway lines and
exploded 16 bridges causing great
damage to the enemy." he said.
HAVENS FOR POST WAR
JEWS ANALYZED BY EXPERT
London (WNS)After review-
ing the various post war havens
for Jewish colonization, he has
come to the conclusion that Pal-
estine continues to be the one
with the most practical possibili-
ties. Joseph Mirkin of the Jewish
Colonization Association told the
Council of Continental Zionists
meeting here. "Poland had a fair-
ly large number of Jewish farm-
ers but in view of the land hun-
ger among the Polish peasantry
there is no prospect there. The
Soviet Government was anxious
to have Jews settled on the land
but after 15.000 families had been
settled, the experiment came to
an end. There was no more land
available in Russia and the Biro-
Biojan project was put forward as
an alternative. Other lands such
as British Guiana Madagascar,
proposed for Jewish settlement,
have a tropical and subtropical
climate and are covered with
dense forests which can only be
cleared after many years of hard
work.
NAZIS CHARGE BELGIANS
JUMP ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
London (WNS) Nazi papers
from Belgium, reaching here by
underground route, contain stor-
ies alleging that many Belgians
are resorting to various illegiti-
mate devices to circumvent the
anti-Jewish restrictions. An in-
stance cited is that of the case of
music schools. By regulations, all
Jews are barred from these
schools but the schools, it is said,
have organized private classes
for the Jews. Those private clas-
ses are really schools and consti-
tute a swindle, the Nazi papers
charge.
LUDWIG LORE. WELL-KNOWN
NEWS COLUMNIST. IS DEAD
ENGLISH JEWS GIVE BOYS
A "SHOLOM ALE IC HIM"
shot black
Weisgal is trying to hide under
a bandage was inflicted on him
by his own thumb, with which
he had been trying to remove
the American forces. A list of
Jewish households willing to offer
hospitality to the American Jew-
ish soldiers and their Christian
New York (WNS) Ludwig
Lore, who in recent years achiev-
ed considerable reputation as a
newspaper columnist, died here
this week. He was 67 years old.
For many years he was editor of
a German Socialist paper, and
later became a leading contri-
butor to English newspapers. He
was of German Jewish extrac-
tion.
NAZIS INTENSIFY ACTIVITY
AGAINST JEWS IN DENMARK
some soap from the orb while '" X \Z i -""--'"'
under the shower When Ben I r"'"ds ? "* drawn. Up
Hecht finishes "China Girl." ^ by the Jewish War Services Com-
CATHOLIC HEAD IN BELGIUM
CONDEMNS NAZI HATREDS
London (WNS)The head of
the Catholic Church in Belgium
has issued a second letter to the
Catholic churches condemning
the anti-Jewish theories of the
Nazis as running counter to the
prinicples of Christianity.
film of which he is the author,
scenarist and producer, he'll re-
tire to a farm in the East to
write a novel ... To he seen on
Broadway this fall, they say. is
Harpo Marx What's more,
he'll talk from behind the foot-
lights Which reminds us
that a couple of weeks ago.
when the military situation in
Egypt was at its darkest, the
people of Cairo found relief and
relaxation at the Metro Theatre,
where the big attraction was a
film you may remember"The
Big Store." featuring the Marx
Brothers .
mittee. Donald Cohen, secretary
ni that organization, said that the
center opened in Woburn House
is largely patronized by both Jew-
ish and Christian soldiers from
America.
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS TO
WITHHOLD THEIR MEETINGS
FRENCH JEWISH QUARTERS HUNGARY BANS EMPLOYING
ARE DEPORTED EN MASSE IOF jews by TH NON-JEWS
Stockholm (WNS)According
to the Svensksa Dagenbladet, the
Nazis in occupied France are con-
ducting wholesale expulsions of
the Jews in many French com-
munities. The Jews are being
sent either to concentration
camps or to forced labor in the
war zone.
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London (WNS)The Hungar-
ian Government which is percep-
tibly coming more and more un-
der the influence of Germany
this week issued a decree totally
barring Jews from employment
by non-Jews. The new decree al-
so forbids Jewish employers from
hiring any non-Jew who is less
than 45 years of age. The Govern-
ment too announces that it is
preparing further restrictive
measures against the Jews. Mean-
while, raids on the Jews in Buda-
pest and other important Hungar-
ian centers continue.
New York (WNS)The I. O. B.
A. and the Agudas Israel Organi-
zation of America this week an-
nounced that their regular con-
ventions will be postponed be-
cause of the war. The step was
taken in accordance with the
wishes expressed by President
Roosevelt that only conventions
which have a relation to the war
effort will be held at this time.
Instead of a national convention
the Agudas Israel will content
itself with a modest "conference
for Torah and religious life" at
Belmar, N. J.
MUSSOLINI STOPS PENSIONS
TO JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Stockholm (WNS) According
to reports received here, the Ital-
ian Government has ordered the
discontinuance in the payments
of all pensions to Jewish veterans
of previous wars. Exceptions,
however, are made in the case of
those wounded in action.
Stockholm (WNS)According
to the Swedish papers, the Nazis
in Denmark have greatly intensi-
fied their anti-Jewish activities
under the pretext that "Jewish
influence is still strongly felt
among the Danish people." The
Nazi occupational authorities
well' especially indignant over
the fact that the Danish news-
paper National Tidnde of Copen-
hagen refused to publish a Nazi
eulogy of the leader of the Danish
Nazi legion, Von Schallbert. who
was killed on the Russian front.
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his neighbor, be he Jew.
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try as the saboteur who lights
the fuse on a stick of dynamite
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thi Jewish faith, of a deep and
abiding set se of loyalty, devotion
1 and patriotism" was presented to
i Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schleifer ol
Newark, New Jersey, parents of
Private Louis Schleifer. at the
Jewish Center in Ni w York re-
cently. First New Jersey soldier
killed :n World War II. Schleifer
was posthumously awarded the
Silver Star for valor in action.
:i fell at 9:30 a. m. on December
"th. at H.ckam Field, while at-
tempting to rescue the crew ol
his plane from an attacking Jap-
am se airplane. U. S. Senator
Warren W. Bai I New Jer-
si y was the principal speaker.
The City of Newark recently
voted to dedicate a public park
.n memory ol Private Schleifer.
The delusion that the Jews of
the world exercise a unified in-
n its affairs was never
so cli arly exposed as by the cur-
r propaganda hi re for the
creation of a Jewish Army in
The main divisions
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poj il i at least as
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thi N< ar Bast as
ns in the United
Army.
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3 with ms of Zionism
nd takes a -tic view of
nber ol men available in
Near East, the possibilities of
:':': and equipping thorn,
and "Hide that the Moslem
le would take toward such a
forct They urge that Britain be'
free to cope with what they
consider a colonial problem, ac-
cording to the methods that have
i lv. r the greatest empire the
world has ever seen.
So. the place of the Jews in
-tine, its future as a Jewish
homeland, and the part to be
played by a Jewish Army in de- j
fense of the land and in further-
ance of the ideal. Jews still differ
and will continue to differ.
As for the status of the Jewish
army agitation, it has undergone
a new setback and a new impetus
from the refusal to organize a i
Palestinian home guard and the
advance of General Rommel in
Egypt, respectively. Considerable
strength is accumulating in Con
gress behind the Somers resolu"
tion. now lying in the files of the
House of Representatives Fnreien
Aftairs Committee. ;
tion directs the President to in!
form Britain that we con.-ider the
formation of a Jewish am
sential to the war effort
United Nations.
Because such "meddling
not sanctioned by diplomatic
good manners, the- resolution will
undoubtedly have a difficult
time. But if e nough C
can be made te> take I
up. the- result might be fairly
heavy pressure on I
tment, and a corresponding
though nal ral j
on the British. Pri note-
would pass, but there ai
hints and intimatii ns
guage <>; diplomacy, wl
most as delicate as th language
e>f flowers.
And then the British might
nly and sun ris sk foi
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. regardli ss <
the- Aral .- choose to volunteer too
or prefer holding hands ur.dcr
the table- with tiii Nazis.
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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1942 • Jewisti fk>rldlian PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 BUOlId Avenue Miami Bench DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi l.",:i6 Jefferson Avenue I'hone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Y E SHI V A EDUCATIONAL CENTER Religious Services Traditional Services daily at 8 a m. and 8 p. m. Saturday at 9 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday at 8:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Shabbos Chazon Saturday, July 18th is Shabbos Chazon preceding the tragic fast day of Tishba B'Ab, the ninth of Ab. which falls on Thursday, July 30th beginning the preceding evening at sunset. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak this Sabbath (HI the subject "A Vision of the Future." Oneg Shabbat The Oneg Shabbat held at the Center regularly every Saturday at 8:15 p. m. is constantly gaining in popularityespecially with the military men. These socials are preceded by the traditional Sholosh Seudot. The company meal is served and between courses the Zemirot the rousing Sabbath melodies, are rendered. Refreshments are plentiful and all are welcome. Special Military Services Special military Services are held at the Center every Sunday at 9 a. m. They are limited to one hour and consist of a fine musical program with invited artists as soloists, congregational singing, and responsive readings. On Sunday, July 19th Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on "Construction and Destrucion." All soldiers of the Jewish faith are urged to attend. Civilians, too, are welcome. All the services have the assistance of Anuyta Melicov, pianist. Miss Ruth Brotman, noted soprano, will be the soloist on July 19th. Thanks The Center expresses its thanks to Mrs. Marie Balaban who has generously donated a beautiful cover for the new pulpit which she made with her own hands. May she and all those who support the congregation be blessed v\ ith long life, health and happiness. We also express good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland. 1st vice president, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin. treasurer, who are going north for the summer. Bon voyage, a pleasant vacation, and a safe return. Children's Activities The Gedud Habonim meets every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. There is an interesting program of club activities, songs, stories and S, Children from the ages of ti to 16 are welcome. There are no charges. The Bar Mitzvah minyan holds n gular religious services every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. followed by a breakfast. Boys of 12 years and over are urged to attend. The Hebrew School meets four times weekly, Mondays to Thursdays inclusive from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30. The classes are graded. New Pupils may be registered daily at the office. Individual attention is given to every child especially to those preparing for Bar Mitzvah. The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten to talmudic education. Daily services are held at 8:00 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. Mishna and other adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A, KELLNER, Kabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace I'hone 8-51M 390 8. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1548 S. W. Third Street CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8 :30 a. m. Mincha 7 :30 p. m. Maariv 8:00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi 711 I,enox Avenue, Phone 5-1S28 MAURICE MAMCI ins". Cantor -'-':: S. W. 21st Terrace, I'h. 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. BETH SHOLEM CENTER OF NORTH BEACH The first meeting of Beth Sholem Congregation was held in their new quarters, 761 41st St., Miami Beach. July 14th. The attendance was well representative of its members. A short business meeting was held; the important part of the session was the election of permanent officers for the ensuing year. The following officers were elected to their respective stations: Alfred B. Rosenstein. president; Dr. Max Ellis. first vice president; Irving Applebaum, second vice president; Raymond Rubin, third vice president; Miss Hazel Haber, recording secretary; Mrs. A. Zinnamon, financial secretary; and I. S. Perse, treasurer. The entire two story building was remodeled to suit the purposes of the various endeavors, consisting of a very roomy and inviting lobby, corridors, ladies' rest room, ladies' social room, directors' room and an auditorium that can seat two hundred fifty persons. A social hall on the second floor, also, two large rooms for the Ladies' Auxiliary and the Junior League Clubs. The decorating was done by Julius Rosenstein. brother of the president. Appreciation is expressed to the house committee who made this possible. Abe Zinnamon. Mr. Lobel and Benjamin Appel. The congregation is preparing for a public installation of officers on Thursday evening. July 23rd, and has invited Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David to officiate. The Beth Sholem invites all its members and their friends to attend. Made From Fresh Oranges Pro Patria We join the members of the 573rd Squadron of A. A. C. T. T. S. in their sorrow over the loss of Sgt. Norman Siegel. We bow our heads before the inscrutable Will of God and praise His name in sorrow as we would in gladness. Rabbi Kellner participated in memorial services held at Flamingo Park where over one thousand soldiers gathered to pay their last tribute to this young and popular warrior. He died in the service of his country and may that thought console his stricken parents and family. With the Rabbi Rabbi Kellner will conduct religious services Sunday morning at 8 a. m. at Flamingo Park. These services are under the supervision of the Rabbinical Association at the request of the Post Chaplain in command of the army units in our area. Rabbi Kellner has also been requested to supervise the military services at the Beth Jacob Congregation in the absence of Rabbi Mescheloff. Congratulations We are pleased to congratulate young Teddy Sackowitz, stalwart son of our synagogue, who won national honors at the recent A. Z. A. Conference. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Brother and Mrs. Leon Kaplan upon the birth of their daughter. May the happy parents and grandparents raise their offspring in good health and happiness. Tisheo Beov Services The mournful dirges of Lamentations will be read in our synagogue on Wednesday night at 3:15 p. m. and on Thursday at 8 a. m. Mincha services on Thursday will be held at 1:30 p. m. Path of Sorrows We mourn the loss of our late friend Mr. H. Miller. Olev Hasholom and we beg to extend to his dear ones the congregation's deepest sympathy. Nichum Ovelim We chronicle with profound grief the passing of the late Brother Rudolph Byer and express to the grief-stricken family our most profound sympathies. Services of Congregation Shaaray Tefila, temporarily located at 1527 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, are scheduled for Friday at 7 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Shalosh S'udos will be conducted at 7:15 Saturday and will be followed by Maariv services. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning services on the subject of "The Destruction of Palestine and the Present War." Daily morning services are scheduled for 8 a. m. and evening services at 7:30 p. m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Concrega^ton) 135 N. \V. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Itibbl Residence Phone, 2-2176 HERMAN II MARBEIN, Cantor I'hone. 5-!'063 Mrs. Louis Miuxulies, Ileportlnp TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus 6990 Indian Creek liveG-126S Miami Heath RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN uloo LaGorce Drive, Miami Ueach Phone -i7::s Military Services Under the auspices of the local Army and Navy committee of Greater Miami and the Rabbinical Association, services for the men in the armed forces will take place in our Synagogue this Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Members and friends are also invited to participate. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Herman Marbein will officiate. Rabbi Zvvltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consull with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to my, each matter will be held in strict confidence. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. I-auderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALBVI BARON Telephone 1418 705 S. B>. 9th Street Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p. m. Service men always welcome. Sisterhood-sponsored benefit social, open to men and women Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society, and Bundles for America, Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. "Friday night is Temple night the year around." Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Regular services at Temple Israel. 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 comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Gussie Harkins. wife of Mr. Morris Harkins; Sophie Newman Ackerman, mother of Mr. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter: Louis Hyman, father of Mr. Maxwell Hyman; Samuel Livingston, father of Miss Doris Livingston; Harry Miller. Yahrzeits: Martha Tunick. wife of Mr. Samuel Tunick; Mamie Fleischer, mother of Mrs. Louis Snetman; Sol Bowman, jr., father of Mrs. J. Damenstein; Sarah Feibelman. mother of Mr. H. U. Feibelman: Hannah Levin, mother of Mr. Isaac Levin. Tree of Life Fund Mrs. Jack Bernstein announces that during the month of April. 1942, the following members contributed to the fund: Louis Wolfson in memory of Jack Kugclman; Mrs. Sidney Meyer in memory of her mother: Mrs. Gordon Davis in memory of Mrs. Louis Wolfson and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer in memory of Jack Kugelman and Mrs. Eva Wolfson. Y. M. H. A. Camp At the invitation of the executive director and Mrs. Harry Schaeffer. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest last week and witnessed a most beautiful coordination of social, recreational and cultural activities for children in this area. The Rabbi, who has been active in the C. J. I. Camp of Port Jervis. New York for many years, indicated that the local camp with its limited capacities, upholds the same standards as other camps. It is deplorable that many parents are not taking advantage of this splendid opportunity. A great deal of gratitude is due to Mr. Grossman and Mrs. Schaffed and others who are responsible for this progressive accomplishment in our community. Tisha B'Av Services The climax of the "Three Weeks" of mourning commemorating the darkest National despair will be reached in the Tisha B'Av service, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the synagogue. The Rabbi, will discuss the subject "We Accuse"! Members and friends are asked to participate in the services. Succo Committee Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, Congregational president, wishes to announce the appointment to be known as the "Succo Committee ". whose duty is to hold some social affairs to raise sufficient funds to build a new "Succo" to replace the one demolished by the hurricane. To head this committee. Mr. Palmer has appointed Mr. Nat Zalka as chairman and Mr. Sam Dickson as co-chairman. You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. '"Every dime and dollar not vitally needed for __ absolute necessities should go into WAR BONDS and STAMPS to add to the striking power of our armed forces." — Ihtsnn D. ROOSXTXLT, PraUnt oftlu UniM SttUi. w Think War! Act War! Buy WAR SAVINGS BONDS-a* least 10% of your pay every payday! NEW RADI0EAR 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. 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%  "> PAGE SIX > Jen ist Fhridkir FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1942 THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ WAKE UP AMERICA by Donald Alan Singer, age 10 Wake up America! And begin to fis::".t Drive the enemy out of sight. Keep producing pianos and tanks Make the enemy tremble in its ranks. Nat Blumberg—Serving Three Year Term on "Y" Board Nat was born in Savannah, Georgia on January 23. 1906. He came to Miami in 1925 and shortly thereafter he became active in communal affairs. Nat was a charter member of the original Y. M. H. A., then known as the H. A. C. Nat spent eight of ten years at the "Y" as its treasurer! (watchdog of the treasury). In the business world. Nat and his friend Jack Apto operate the Reliable Trading Company in Miami's Harlem area. His wife Ins and his daughter Charlotte have also been very active in "Y" activities. Nat's desire is to see the early realization of a Community ,'i'' st journal entitled "Y" Camp Center in Greater Miami. News." Not t" lie outdone, the Welcome Home P. B. Campers at the Bench are issuing Phil Bcrkowiu. president of the,r tirst Journal this week. This the "Y". has returned from the :rundl >' competition between the north after spending several !u Camps is stimulating the acWake up America! And crush fall into their of Uncle not the Japs P. B. purchased and donated six Wo snal | beautiful electric fans and had, traDS them shipped to the "Y". He is, Mj j, ions of soldiers certainly setting a fine example g. im for the members. As a result of ( wjll force hp Japs t0 .. Tako this splendid gift, the "Y" audi-; jt on th(> Lam •• torium is nice, cool and pleasant., Many favorable comments have been received. Home Camp The material for this column was received too late for publication in this issue. The important material contained therein will appear under this heading next week. The EditorAmerica! And beat Wake the foe At them men! Let's go! A. Z. A. Activities Our Home Camps at Miami and Wave "Old Glory'" way up high Kil c very Nazi spy! America! And Miami Beach are more popular than ever, if such a thing is possible. Increased attendance at both Camps indicates that a long felt need in the community at last has been fulfilled. Last week the children at the "Y" Camp in Miami issued their an( | BU K Says every man. brave and "Well die for the Red. White weeks on a combined business and pleasure trip. With the "Y" always uppermost in his mind. even while away from the scene. I WANT MY MILK tivities, Both Camps are now making preparations for a monster pageant to be held at thi end of the Camping Season. More details will be given later. Installation of Officers Due to the fact that many of our officers are away on vacation, it was necessary to postpone hand. the date of the installation for! K< Sunday. August 16th. Many novel features are being planned. Details will be given later. Building Closed Next Wednesday Night Due to Tisha B'av. the building will be closed to all activities j next Wednesday night. July 22. but will open on Thursday morning as usual. The Y. W. H. A. meeting which was to be held | on Wednesday night was post-1 poned to Wednesday. July 29th. by Nathan Ratner Temple Israel, last Sunday night, was the scene of a really fine affair put on by the Miami Chapter 322. Present were memWake up America! And save'jbers of all the chapters in the mankind I area, advisors, and many memThe words "Go on to Victorv" j hers of B. Z. B.. the sister orare in our mind. ganization of A. Z. A. The first event of the Miami A. 7.. A. chapter's new administration under the direction of i Aleph Godol Toddy Sakowitz I was an Installation of Officers and Induction of Pledges at Temple Israel. Pledges Alfred Band. Harold Borkowitz, Robert [Bender, Leonard Coven. Nathan M lyerovitz and Paul Silverman became members of the chapter at that time. Louis Heiman. advisor, addressed the gathering. true. up America! With spirits Wak< high The star spangled banner we shall fly Smash the Axis to bits Before we're done we'll give Hitler many fits. Wake up America! And bomb the Japs from their land. Much they will suffer at our ep the enemy from our shore We will win this war. Wake up America! Since the Arizona has gone up in flame. nothing will Defeat our aim. We''l beat the "Rising Sun" We'll make the Germans run' The next event scheduled is a dip-dance on July 22nd at the Venetian Pools planned by Alephs Mitchel Goldman and Frank Marks. In the athletic field things are also going at a rapid pace. Sundr>v. at Flamingo Park, marks the dare of the second in the silver ^up baseball series games between Miami 322 and Royal Palm 396. The first game has already been won by Miami. Sunday evening the Alephs will repair to the Lucky Strike Bowling Alleys, where a triple playoff will run between Sigma Rho Chapter of A. Z. A., Royal Pa!m Chapter, and the Miami Chapter, This is a preliminary test of strength in preparing fn'r the All-Florida convention, in which nine Florida Chapters are to take part. OBSOLETE PIANOS URGED; Estimated conservatively, the FOR SCRAP METAL PILES nation's 2.800.000 obsolete pianos following contain the following metals: 10.080,000 pounds of brass. 15.400.000 pounds of copper wire. 112.000.000 pounds of steel and 428.000.000 pounds of cast iron. In addition, they hold a potential And And Be Sure It's FL0RID4 DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street PALMER Funeral I 'Impel 2001 W. FLA6LIR ST. AMIULANCE A OCCA SERVICE 9-1004 Wake up America! semble your power Strengthen your lines for fatal hour. When the battle hushed And the evil powers are crushed the noise is America has a hidden stockpile of more than half a billion pounds of metal in its obsolete pianos, C. E. Casey of the Casey Piano Co.. assorted todav. He urged music dealers and 'home owners ylold of 6.000.000 pounds of felt to cooperate with salvage organi-! and mllllons f ^eX of high grade zations in making this tremen-1 l umbcr Player pianos also are a dous metal reserve available for! s ource of considerable rubber war production. j tubing. "According to a recent survey,' Owners of ancient or unused there are more than 2.800.000 pianos in this country that arc BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best over 20 years old and may be obsolete because of style or tone." he said. "Most of these pianos are stored in basements or attics jand are dust-gathering eyesores. Liberty and Freedom will surj Scrapping them in the interest of victory would mean little sacrifice on the part of the owners." Vive. pianos are urged to get in touch with their local salvage headquarters. BRITISH JEWISH OFFICERS PALESTINE PRAISE POLICE DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry Jerusalem (WNS)—High praise was paid this week by British officers to the Jewish Settlement A modern piano, he disclosed, j Police of Palestine. The Police contains an average of 160 pounds I are recruiting for the most part of cast iron. 3.6 pounds of brass, j of those who are too old or phy5.5 pounds of copper wire and 40!sicallv unfit for military service, pounds of steel. The over-age | Nevertheless. British officers say. piano is a much bulkier affair | that in the event of an emergenjnd would yield considerably' mon metal. iy, the police may be counted up>n in a full military way. f f W V V %  H M f l I >M I M r —Buy War Bonds Today— LEGAL NOTICES Oiceola Jlatel DAYTON A 8 EACH FLORIDA "THE SOUTH S SUMMER PLAYGROUNDIS CALLING YOU IN COTNTY JI'lxiKS COURT Dade County, Floi Ida NO. 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i> PAGE TWO +Jelst ncrk/lar FRIDAY, JULY 17, Social Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS PERSONALS Mrs. Bessie August is at home recuperating from a recent tonsilectomy. • • • Dr. Alfred Augustine left Monday to join the armed forces of the United Stales. Miss Shirley Barish of West Palm Beach is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. O. Argintar and daughter. Ester, of Miami. • • • Mrs. Max Pepper is a guest at the Hamilton Hotel, New York City, recuperating from a major Al Lehrman left this week for, operation undergone recently. a three weeks' vacation in PhilaMrs s stern "returned to her delphia and Atlantic City. I h(im .. „, c „i umhul s C ... Matthew Band'er's now at his visiting her daughter and son-inhome, Andres Aviv. Coral Gables,|>a w Mr ;md Mis Milton Friedrecuperating from a recent operMiss Hay Roth plans to leave Monday for a two months" vacation at Daytona Beach where she will visit her brother, Mack Roth and family. ORGANIZATIONS BIRTHS ation. • • • Dr. Stanley Frehling left this week for Biloxi. Miss, to enter the armed forces of the United Stat. S • • • Miss Mae Rosengarten left last Mr and Mrs. Leo Ackerman week "for a two'months' visit tol and daughter Gail leave this week Providence. R. I., and points north. • • %  Sarah August left Thursday for Philadelphia and New York where she will vacation for several weeks. • • • Phillip Berkowitz has returned to the city after a combined three weeks' business and pleasure trip through the north. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer and daughters, Barbara and Pamela, left Wednesday for an extended visit to Chicago. • • • Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman for North Carolina where they will vacation and will return to the city about August 10. • • • Arnold Rax in. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Raxin, left this week for Orlando where ho will enter the service of the United States Marine Air Corps. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Simon Salsbury and son. Alfred, of Norfolk. Ya will arrive in Miami next week to visit their daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver of 1740 S. W. lith Street. • • • Mis Russell Brandt and daughter, Dolores, left for their home left Tuesday for a month's vacaI in Woodmere. Long Island, N. Y.. tion in New York where they after visiting with her parents. will visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hartz and • • • Sister, Jennie Rotfort. Mr. and Mrs. Al Green and • • • daughter. Bonnie Sue, will leave j Mrs. Louis Zeientz will return this week for a three weeks' vaJ to the city Sunday after visiting cation to Columbia. S. C. and: her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Hendersonville, N. C. and Mrs. Saul R. Srolc of Forest I Hills. N. Y. During her three weeks' stay she also visited relatives and friends in the vicinity. • • • Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter, Cornelia W., will be joined by Mr. Turk, who will leave Miami Sunday, in Brooklyn. N. Y. where they are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wohlstadter, Mr. Turk will return in about two weeks, ROSEDALE Delicatessen & Restaurant 1437 Washington Avenue Miami Beach now under new management SERVING A DELICIOUS DINNER FOR 50c Henry Steinhauser. prop. Formerly New Yorker Hotel PALMER Funeral Chapel 200S W. FLAGLER ST. flKSr* 9-2664 Junior Hadassah will hold their regular meeting Monday evening. Julv 20th at 8:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Ethel Pont. 2611 S. W. 5th Avenue. • • • All girls interested in joining the Junior R< d Cr< ss for knitting and sewing call Mrs Milford Brotman, 5-7731. Meetings are held onc .. week. • • • The annu B ai B'rith n light : day evening. July 28 fr 11:30 p. m Yacht Seven Si as, Pier 8, City Yacht Basin. A limited number of tickets are available at the B'nai B'rith office and members are urged to make reservations immediately. Refreshments will be served and music for dancing will be furnished. E. Albert Pallet and Dr. Alexander Kushner are in. charge of arrangements. • • • The regular meetings of the Workmen's Circle. Branch 692 of Greater Miami, are now being held on the second and fourth %  Wednesday of each month for the duration of the summer and | take place at 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The cultural work of the organization is carried on each Sunday at 8:30 p. m. with open forums and lectures. The election of delegates will be held j at the next meeting for the 23rd j Southeastern District Conference | of the organization which will take place in Atlanta. Ga.. September 6. 7. and 8. The wedding of Mrs. Miriam Beck of Toledo. Ohio and Miami to Mr. I. Rosengarten of this city was held Tuesday evening at a private ceremony with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. • • • The marriage of Lieut. Robert Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter, to Miss Arleen Hirseh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hirseh of Atlanta, was solemni/i d Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, at the home of the groom's parents. 214 W. Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach. Lieut. Richter graduated from the University of Florida, and is a member of Phi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He attended Officers Candidate School at Ft. Benning where he received his commission July 6th. The bride attended Missouri and Ohio State Universities where she majored in commercial art. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon sorority. The couple will reside at Camp Adair, Oregon where Lieut. Richter is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver S. W. 11th St.. announce £ birth of a daughter at Jackson Memorial Hospital Monday C vo ning. DEATHS Word reached Miami Tuesday of the death of Mrs. H. Ungar of Los Angeles, mother of Arthur Ungar. She died Monday at her Los Angeles home, and funeral services were held Tuesday. NAZIS PLAN MURDER OF ALL JEWS TO SAVE ON FOOD ENGAGED Announcement of the engagement of Miss Evelyn Keane. daughter of Mrs. Lottie Keane. to Irving Rotfort. was made Saturday night at a dinner party for friends and relatives. The couple will be married after Mr. Rotfort's graduation from Officers Candidate School at Miami Beach, this coming month. Geneva (WNS) — Foreign observers here believe that the Nazis in Eastern Europe are following a deliberate plan of mass murder of thr Jews in order to save as much food a spossible for the Nazi armies. Though the Jews are given but the meagerest rations, the Nazis seem eager to save even this small quantity of bread and they hope to achieve this by murdering all the Jews. It was reported here that a two-day pogrom recently took place in Lwow, the Capital of Eastern Galicia. WANTED Experienced Bookkeeper-Stenographer Steady Position Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach NAZIS DEPORT 30,000 JEWS AND THEN SLAUGHTER THEM London (WNS)—Thirty thousand German Jews who were removed from Germany to the Minsk region were subsequently mercilessly machine-gunned to death. News of this was received here by the Polish vice-Premier, S t a n i s 1 a w Misolajczk from sources which are believed to be entirely reliable. Another report reaching the Polish officials here is that 25,000 Polish Jews incarcerated in concentration camps were put to death by poison gas. These massacres are not included in the total of 700.000 which it had been announced previously were massacred by the Nazis. Istanbul .'WNS)—The Turks do not put much stock in the Axis words. Newspapers here this week ridiculed the Axis promises to the Arabs that they will be granted independence if the Axis wins. "It would be absurd," remarked one newspaper, "to think that the Axis will permit African and Asian countries like Egypt, Palestine and Syria, to be free after they have wiped off the map such countries as Czechoslovakia. Another paper sarcastically asks whether there are still any people who take Axis promises seriously. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. m.i2S&&2 Stiff collar appearance with soft collar comfort is what you get in a "Hitt." Tailored of fine white broadcloth, Mitoga-tailored to fit you perfectly and Sanforized shrunk. Sizes 14 to 18. MEN'S FURNISHINGS, STREET FLOOR TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at 'bXh AIR-CONDITIONED ... %  .' ."~ "'T' !" % %  :'-' %  %  ; %  %  ... -.-; %  y VCSIZ/ THE G A ROE H OF MEMORIES S2S52&S<£ V*w?5S Fri. and Sat., July 17-18 "Private Buckaroo" WIT II THE ANDREWS SISTERS WOODY HERMAN AND HIS BAND Sun. Thru Tue. 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PAGE EIGHT lel*t fkvMtoir FRIDAY. JU LY 17. i 942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman The Protocols Again The A Berlin t tions withi %  : report i rticular f i Pi • I i!ai throu Euro] by H i > i i %  minisl reprint %  %  tor of "l %  si lii in histor; lid not deny that : ut I inAi : in propagnoranci : %  %  .-... H % % %  • I never I with.-..4 it. ign ranci i : the law • .on of r "not he knew th< ir mmaterial Wc nave reason to believe, though, that one more chain of propaganda has been broken. Today he who spreads a vicious his neighbor, be he Jew. Catholic or Protestant, is as dan.s to the morale of the country as the saboteur who lights the fuse on a stick of dynamite And we must be on guard. By • Dr. John Curtis? of Columbia University hi hook to end all on the Protocols. : "An Prol Is ol Zion" !. • u wait; a pictur • %  — %  ty %  I : .... eting at r [si ted un%  %  %  ... ".' For Business Reasons Eai • the year v i hotels 1st of those us noxiou %  Gem O >• %  Latei • he i .' %  : roprietoi : ...... %  • %  .. %  %  ..• rtn for displayii : %  nusing in i inj ases lesigi iten ... %  | ....... .. .... • %  was thi ;er of a cerI t ted that th retriction f his till s" was lue t s rea. A numl : i : laj ihes jsim reas ns" became • quite clear i with a previous police record was fined and ordered by the police to leave town on charges of operating a house of ill repute on these %  •Gentile'" premises. Volunteers Add to the volunteer list of who. braving the Miami • in giving their time I work • •:' the ADL: Elyst N A man. Doris Miller. N Michai 'hy Pt-ppu" • • Th se ar BZB junior rder : th m n iary %  I B'nai B : ki ;.' ; stint. Do You? Wh< re patriot ndeavor •• I, ".'" I ati Wi nder if ; eii rni 'hrough it ffici [Facts i. com] ti-A %  ;•• n %  thus fai : :" %  : on i : lets ... Si VV stit tl ... ti re l • : I you [Hit %  ?" Thi ; :• i • he "Di\ Coi ox fice on 1 j it of 1 re .And test i y'i %  Gut Sha I 5! CRPITOL LETTER HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOL By CHARLES BENSON HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN r— Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOL SA N DS— M A Y WE SERVE YOU? Phone. 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 It No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK SA UNC; NE£C3 Y0U3 i. 10% BATHE A1MD PJAY. AT r HOT SPRINGS ifex NATIONAL PARK -ARKANSAS Private Louis Scnleifer The Mordecai ben David Award "or "conspicious service in the I promotion, among members of thi Jewish faith, of a deep and abiding set se of loyalty, devotion 1 and patriotism" was presented to i Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schleifer ol Newark, New Jersey, parents of Private Louis Schleifer. at the Jewish Center in Ni w York recently. First New Jersey soldier killed :n World War II. Schleifer was posthumously awarded the Silver Star for valor in action. :i %  fell at 9:30 a. m. on December "th. at H.ckam Field, while attempting to rescue the crew ol his plane from an attacking Japam se airplane. U. S. Senator Warren W. Bai I New Jersi y was the principal speaker. The City of Newark recently voted to dedicate a public park .n memory ol Private Schleifer. The delusion that the Jews of the world exercise a unified inn its affairs was never so cli arly exposed as by the curr • • propaganda hi re for the creation of a Jewish Army in The main divisions .'. croup which '"demands"' formation of an of 200.000 mi n nian and Near Eastern : stateless J< ws from all v their under the %  i white flag of Zion. 2. Tl r Zionists, who have i with Bril i olonial ; 20 %  • ars They re: as a noisy bunch lerstanding of the They i I lecisioi thi Britii h not rm a lian home v r ex| Thi y point to the ..>.' %  ler arms in .-. ;.:: : n ti that in propoj il i at least as Jcv int d the armed • thi N< ar Bast as ns in the United Army. 3. A group that lias little sym%  3 with ms of Zionism nd takes a -tic view of nber ol men available in Near East, the possibilities of :':': and equipping thorn, and "Hide that the Moslem le would take toward such a forct They urge that Britain be' free to cope with what they consider a colonial problem, according to the methods that have •i lv. r the greatest empire the world has ever seen. So. the place of the Jews in -tine, its future as a Jewish homeland, and the part to be played by a Jewish Army in dej fense of the land and in furtherance of the ideal. Jews still differ and will continue to differ. As for the status of the Jewish army agitation, it has undergone a new setback and a new impetus from the refusal to organize a i Palestinian home guard and the advance of General Rommel in Egypt, respectively. Considerable strength is accumulating in Con gress behind the Somers resolu" tion. now lying in the files of the House of Representatives Fnreien Aftairs Committee. •; tion directs the President to in! form Britain that we con.-ider the formation of a Jewish am sential to the war effort United Nations. Because such "meddling not sanctioned by diplomatic good manners, theresolution will undoubtedly have a difficult time. But if e nough C can be made te> take I up. theresult might be fairly heavy pressure on I tment, and a corresponding though nal ral j on the British. Pri notewould pass, but there ai hints and intimatii ns guage <>; diplomacy, wl most as delicate as th language e>f flowers. And then the British might nly and sun ris sk foi : regardli ss < theAral .choose to volunteer too or prefer holding hands ur.dcr the tablewith tiii Nazis. FLORIDA" MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 R. W. BROWN & CO. 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FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1942 *Jewlsti fk>ridian MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI I (Tills wi'ckly feature in prepared : I In* public relations committee of (|IC lin-aler Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard. The committee lncluile.s William I. Hoxerman, chairni.in: ISenJamln Bronston, r*red K. Shoihet, A. Louis Mechlowitz. and Paul WeiUman.) <(\,iilrlbutk>n.s to this column are welcomed, partlcuUirly in the form of letters received here from Greater Mi.tini buy* now in the service.) They're in the Service Now Among a group of men sent from this area for final examination and enlistment in the Navy last week was Lawrence J. Cohen of 31 Rivo Alto Drive ... A veteran of the first war received his orders for active duty with the army at Camp Blanding as lieutenant-general in the judge advocate general's department ... He is Ben Axelroad, sr., an attorney who served as a captain in the same department in World War I Julian L. Friedman. 761 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, has started his training at the Army Air Forces Technical Training School. Kessler Field. Mississippi. Rarin' to soar through the skies is Melvin B. Weinkle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle. 300 N. W. I2t!i Avenue, as proved by his enlistment for naval aviation training with the hope of getting a commission in the flying forces ... Dr. Samuel S. Saslaw, whom we preciously reported as having been commissioned a lieutenant i in the naval reserve, has begun his duties as an instructor in the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Blow. Bugle. Blow! By special dispatch, via Camp | Blanding, comes the story of Private Jack Sicgel. 44, of 216 Sixth Street. Miami Beach, who left here recently to begin his fourth hitch in the army Cherishing a bugle that has called American soldiers to battle from the Mexican border to No-Man's-Land in j France, this veteran requested Camp Blanding officials to assign him to combat duty, so that he might help to sound the victory march against the Axis. Siegel, now stationed at the Reception Center, holds seven decorations including service bars for engagements at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and Verdun, the rrench medal. Mexican campaign medal. Victory medal and the Order of the Purple Heart Siegel is proud of the fact that he weighs but two pounds more than when he first joined the Army ... He keeps in shape by boxing, a science he knows as well as bugling for he once was lightweight champion of the Second Corps Area and later was a member of Jim Corbett's boxing show which toured the United! Mates and Canada. From Poland to Miami A promise made to his uncle ve years ago landed Melvin Le-; !" e m the 577th Technical ^hool Squadron on the Beach' But here's the story as re' "ased through the army air corps:— Jn 1937 the Polish people al Levlne tri ed to enlist 'fter arriving in the U. S. but was Was rejected because he for. pff el f ner • • • Shortly behorri u a d fc t0 the Hitler his u %  roceive d a letter from ^__unt.e—the last word he has; INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Milton Heiman, who disappeared from his home in New York in 1941 and since that time has failed to communicate with or contribute to the support of his wife, Millicent, as a result of which she is in dire need of his financial assistance. Milton Heiman was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. in November 1909, is 5 ft. 7 in. tall, weighs 148 pounds, has brown hair and blue eyes. He is presently alleged to be in Miami. Florida. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th Street. New York City. Berne (WNS) — Economic experts here estimate that a mini-' mum of two billion dollars worth of Jewish property has been confiscated by the Nazis in occupied Europe Jewish properties seized in | Czechoslovakia alone are put at $5000.000.000. "By the process of "Aryanization." said one of these experts, "countless valuable businesses passed into German hands either without compensation or by the payment of a ridiculously small amount of money, after a summary evaluation by a German official." Religious Groups Unite to Boost U. S. War Bonds As > Your Local Delicatessen F < the Beit Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER^ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Deliciou* Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meat* S7th and Normal Ave. Chicago NAZIS ORDER ALL SALONIKA JEWS TO LABOR ASSEMBLY London (WNS)—All Jews in Salonika, according to advices received here, have been ordered by 'he Nazis to appear at a specified time at the city square. It is believed that this mass assemblage is for the purpose of deporting all of the 50.000 Jews of Salonika to forced labor. In other Nazi occupied parts, such orders have also frequently been the preliminary for mass executions. BOND ADVISORY COMMITTEE: The above representatives of the Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic faiths have volunteered their services to aid in the promotion of sales of United States War Bonds and have ', organized a Press Advisory Committee, working in cooperation with the Church Press Section of the War Savings Staff of the United States Treasury. I rf,? din $>f rom W* to right they are: Bernard Postal, Publicity Director i of B'Nai B'nth; John L. 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if*Jewish Filaridlibi in yiCTORY BUY \S COMBINING TtlC JCWiStl lUlllilty H VOLUME 15—No. 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS TWO JEWISH GIRLS — HELP TO 1CBVE KI SP! IE LESTINIAN JEWISH WAR MEN ARE DECORATED THERE Jerusalem (WNS)—Six P tinian soldiers w< re decorated by the British military command for heroism in thefighting in the Middle East. At the same tin e, two Jewish officers of the Australian army serving in the Mid lie East were honored. The York (WNS)—Two Brook-[Australian Jewish officers are iris, fifteen years old. did a: C 1 J Sticrad who was made a voluntary detective work commander .of the British EmWORLD PROTESTS 5 AGAINST THE NAZI KILLING OF THE NAZIS HAVE A SCIENCE OF THEIR OWN MAKING III inuc JLWo ', k and as a result, a den gf !" and M:,i r A Fineberg. The D [ Nazi agents was uncoven d by Palestinian Jewish soldiers who %  '. B. I. It happened when June Frumoff and Hilda Levinson, traveling sul.way to Brighton Beach linking of nothing more serious than a splash in the ocean saw the doors of the sub, om iruricu Dm^rra imi open. And immediately folj"' 0 0 JEWISH REFUGEES IN .winy the opening of the door. VS. DURING FISCAL YEAR thi y heard a man on the platwere cited included Sgt. Max Eistenberg and Corporals Berlin. Hirscheimer and Robinson of Jerusalem .and Aircraftsmen Brandt of Kirat Hayim and Teich of Tel Aviv. form .say to one of the passengers, "Have you got a match?"' The man who was asked for a match didn't take out any matches, : ut he did turn over a small package to the other. It all seemed very queer to the two girls. But when the door of the subway opi ned at the next station and they witnessed the incident rej prated, the girls decided to do something. They got out of the subway and followed the second man who had taken a package. As they trailed him, the girls saw a policeman and the policeman then took over. The package was found to contain Nazi literature. An F. B. I. investigation, it was reported, had uncovered a considerable Nazi nest. Li ndon (WNS)—The horrible ities against the Jews, parrly in tl> i case of Poland, are producing repercussions in wide circles. This week the Allied Refugee Governments decided to send a joint diplomatic note to Churchill. President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin asking for measures which will make Germans realize that they will pay IK avily for the massacres of Jews and innocent civilians. The Polish National Council. at the conclusion of a two-day session which was devoted to th< .question of the Nazi atro iti haven m the United States during lnst |u c iviH;m population in the fiscal year, ending last June. Polan<] Ma week ad ( d a n sc| This is the figure announced by ution appealing t0 t he Unit. I the National Refugee Service. The Nations to devise at once retaliacoming ol these refugees during Stockholm (WNS)—Ac to the Swedish papi rs, Nazi s: ientists can pro\ e anj The papers tell of the ca mother and hi r two chi The mother, though she Is marrii (1 to a Ji W, in-i: Is that the children are "pure Aryans." The Nazi .'en ntists too I ISI under %  • and deci I" d that the gii'. since • hi rei eml d her mother, was a pure Aryan and the boy, resembling hi-; father, wi s a Ji v.. The Swi dish pap rs comment that this maj be all right for Nazi science, but no sci( ntists elsewhi re coul rive at such conclusions. S NAMED AS A DEPUTY POLICE MMISSIIIEI New York (WNS)—A total of 3.000 Jewish refugees found a the past twelve months faced the most difficult circumstances, says the report. NAZI ATROCITIES WILL BE AVENGED. SAYS CARDINAL London (WNS) -*"Innocent hlood cries out for vengeance." Such were the strong words used by the leading Catholic churchman of England, Cardinal Hinsley, in condemning over a B.B.C. broadcast, the Nazi atrocities against the Polish Jews. The Cardinal stated that he had seen documents "which prove beyond question the utter bestiality of the Germans in conquered but unvanquished Poland. Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbard, one of the two Jewish deputies in Ihe Polish National Council, in a BBC. broadcast to the Jews of Poland this week, declared that "revenge will grow from the graves of those who have been forced to dig their own graves. The whole world sees the funeral processions proceeding through 'he ghettos. The day of victory and the day of reckoning approaches." POSED AS JEWISH REFUGEE. FOUND TO BE A NAZI SPY New York (WNS)—Karl Fried— There was a good deal of excitement in the neighborhood of President Street in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn this week. The cause of it was the neighbors going around to see Mrs. Rose Davis. Her son. Chester, though the name does not indicate it. is a good Jewish boy and Brownsville was celebrating the fact that the War Department in the announcement of those selected to participate in the Fourth of July bombing of Germany, listed Davis among the American flyers participating in that action. The bombing had been the first on Nazi territory in which American flyers had participated and the fact that it had taken place on the Fourth of July gave added glory to the event. According to Mrs. Davis, her son had long nursed the ambition of being a flyer and had even in childhood found his greatest pleasure in New York (WNS)—Back some .e i when tin country %  %  %  r and there wi re no aul m ol ile no play-; l y Saroyan and no soups in cans. New York had a Jewish Chief oi IVrle was Chief Hayes and if tori % %  which appear in the newspapers of those days are to I e bi lievi d, the Jewish Police Chii f put the fear of the law in the heart of the bad boys of those days But in the intervening hundred years or so. New York has never had a Jewish Chief ol P< lice. But now—it almost has. The appointment of Chief Inspector Louis Costuma to Deputy Police Commissioner makes Costuma the acting Chief in the absence of Commissioner Valentine. The New Police Commissioner is the son of a poor Jewish cigar maker. The elder Costuma was a close friend of the late Samuel Gompers. for many years the President of the American Federation of Labor. It will be recalled that Gompers in his early days was also a cigar maker. JEWISH SUB CAPTAIN SINKS EIGHT NAZI TRANSPORTS Moscow (WNS)—This war has produced many Jewish heroes, in Russia, the number of Jewish heroes indeed runs in the tens of thousands, but certainly among the foremost is Israel Faisenewich. Faiser.ewich is the captain of the submarine. "Mlukta" which has sunk no less than eight Nazi transports. Faisenewich comes of very unmilitary antecedents. His grandfather was a "mellammed" (Hebrew teacher.) Now Faisenewich is teaching the Germans some much needed lessons but they are not Hebrew. GREATER MIAMI JEWRY WILL HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES Dr. Rosenthal has been active •" %  miniature airplane mod:n the life of the Jewish commune ity during his long residency here Bahr is a naturalized Amerij and was this week unanimously (, an. He had on him $7,000 with [ elected to serve as 1st vice presiWhich the F. B. I. believes he dent of the Jewish Welfare Planned to set up a system of Naj Bureau. 21 espionage in America Ar-' Other officers installed include fangements had been made for' Dr. E. C. Wilson, president-elect; n| m to send back secret mesDr. H. R. Turner, vice president sages, written in invisible ink on and Dr. William W. Mitchell, sec,n e backs of ordinary letters. I retary-treasurer. CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN DENIES HE IS A JEW HATER Washington (WNS)—Congressman Leland M. Ford of California in a long speech in the House of Representatives vigorously challenged allegations that he is anti-Jewish, Rabbi Max Shapiro The Jewish Welfare Bureau at the first meeting of its newly elected Board of Directors Tuesday at the Bith David Talmud Torah, unanimously selected officers to head the bureau for the coming year. Rabbi Max Shapiro was chosen as president; Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, 1st vice president; Leo Eisenstein, 2nd vice president; Baron de Hirsch Meyer. 3rd vice president; Mrs. Ben Meyers, secretary: Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer and Herbert Kleiman. assistant treasurer. Standing committees will be announced by the president in the near future as well as plans for the bureau's activities during the corning year. Other members of the Board of Directors include: Mrs. Leo Ackerman, R. R. Adler. Joseph A. Berman, George Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret, Leon Elkin, I. Frankel, Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Louis Hartz, M. J. Kopelowitz. J. Gerald Lewis, Mark Max, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Ida Optner. Dr. Max Pepper, Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal, Pincus Scheinberg. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Monte Selig and Mrs. Rose Weiss. At the request of the Syna: gogue Council of America. : Greater Miami Jewry will hold | memorial services for the victims of Hitlerism at the Miami Beach j Jewish Center. Sunday morning. I July 26th at 10 a. m. under the | auspices of the Rabbinical Association of this area. Jewish and non-Jewish speakers will deplore the atrocities that are being committed in the Nazi-occupied lands against thousands and thousands of Jewish and non-Jewish people. A detailed program will be announced next week. PALESTINE'S RED MOGEN ASKS FOR OUR SUPPORT New York (WNS)—Palestine has a red Mogen David instead of a Red Cross, but though its name is Jewish, it's work is non-sectarian. The American branch this week issued an appeal for support of the organization's activities. The red Mogen David was organized during the first World War and has since been funcs tioning as a peace time emer%  jency ambulance corps supported by Moslems and Christians as well as Jews. I



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FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1942 •Jewisti ftcridttar KING PETER SAYS HE IS WITH AMERICAN ZIONISTS {few York (WNS)—The young King Peter of Yugoslavia is enthusiastic about building Palestine as a Jewish homeland. He indicated this to a group of American Zionists who called on him at his suite in the Waldorf Astoria. The Zionists, the King said, •had made the Holy Land flow again with milk and honey. I was particularly impressed with the modern large scale colonization work on land which had long been neglected and thought to be uncultivatable It was heartening to see in these days of destruction the fine spirit and the work by young and old men whose purpose is to build not break down. The Jews of Palestine who are today fighting in the British units in Egypt and in the RAF over many areas are brothers in arms of the Yugoslav patriots who are harassing and killing the foe on Yugoslav soil." HAILE SELASSIE ENGAGES AMERICAN JEWISH LAWYER J.rusalem (WNS) — Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, has engaged a Jewish lawyer formerly from the United States as his legal advisor. Nathan Marein, the lawyer, who received this appointment, left Jerusalem this week for Addis Ababa to assume the post. Prior to his departure he was given a farewell party by the Abyssinian community in Palestine. During the Italian occupation of Ethiopia, Marein was legalconsultant to the Abyssinian consulate here and successfully blocked Italian attempts to obtain possession of Etheopian holdings in Palestine during the war as a soldier of the Jewish legion. His wife still resides in Boston. PAGE SEVEN Meeting together for the first time in the history of the National Children's Cardiac Home are pictured ing at Arnold Reubens in New York City. Harry cated here, made the principal address. Rev. Dick present to hear discussed future plans for the expa Kramer, a member of Apollo Chapter, represented thropic League. Seated are the presidents of the hattan. Marry Richter League and Rainbow. Mrs. Anna Katzman, Mrs. Isidor Knopp, Mrs. I. Cohen Grace Fadiman. Harry Saffer, Rev. Dick Evans, Ste Mildred Truehaff. the organization, the five Northern Chapters of as they convened recently for a luncheon gatherSaffer of Miami, an officer of the organization loEvans also spoke. More than 250 guests were nsion of the Cardiac Homes activities. Mrs. Jeanne the Young Women's Auxiliary of the N. Y. Philanfive chapters, Apollo, Rebecca Reitmeister, ManAnna Abrahams, Mrs, Dorothy Wetzstein, Mrs. Left to right: Dr. Aida Sloan. Celia Goldstein, Ha Glass, Dr. J. Simon, F. Gutradt, Harry Shulman, RELIGIOUS PROGRAM FOR MEN IN THE ARMED FORCES ^ M Patriotic tohe THRIFTY A penny saved is a penny for a defense stamp! Your gas range will be a helpful ally • n your campaign against waste if you follow these simple rules: DO plan complete oven and broiler meals, so that gas is not used for just one food such as a cake or chops. DON'T preheat your oven or broiler too long. Remember gas is fast. Cold start is possible, if you prefer. DON'T heat any more water >n the kettle than necessary. The speedy gas flame will heat it quickly next time you need it. PEOPLES COMPANY Hollywood Ft Lauderdale Miami Beach Under the auspices of the local Army and Navy committee, the Rabbinical Association has the following religious program for the men in the armed forces:— Friday evening at 8 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue, Rabbi, Max Shapiro and Cantor Herman Marbein officiating. Sunday, July 19th. Flamingo Park, Miami Beach at 8 a. m. Rabbi Abraham Kellner, conducting. Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach at 9 a. m., for Officers Candidates Training School, Rabbi Max Shapiro conducting. Miami Beach Jewish Center, 9 a. m. Rabbi Samuel Bension conducting. Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, 9 a. m.. Rabbi Abraham Kellner conducting. W. I. O. D. from 4:30 to 5 p. m., Dr. Jacob Kaplan conducting. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) NAZI PAPER TAKE NOTICE OF PROTEST ON MASSACRES London (WNS) — The many protests being made against the horrible barbarities being committed against the Jews have apparently been noted in Germany. This is disclosed, for example, by the "Prager Tag," which commenting on these protests declares that "it is evident that those people have not the faintest idea what a menace the Jews are to the Germans. Even the confinement of Jews in the ghettos "does not eliminate their danger." EVEN OLD JEWS IN RUSSIA HELP IN GUERILLA FIGHTING ment for his work in the Civilian Defense department at Washington? Coming to America before the summer is over is England's stage and screen star Leslie Howard He's going to make a lecture tour for war relief .Can you imagine Jascha Heifetz playing boogie-woogie? ... If you can't, you'd better have your imagination overhauled—because that, according to local reports, is what he does play when he 1 ,,,.. IC ,. ~ ,, ^ „, ... London (WNS) — England s wants to relax That blood, • r .... „„ [Jewry is making preparation to eye which Meyer ,, T %  u u welcome the Jewish soldiers in Kuibyshev (WNS)—Aged Jews with gray beards are helping in the guerilla fighting in Russia against the Nazis. This was reported by Jacob Uzdzinski, a Jewish guerilla fighter who has reached Kuibyshev after spending six months in the rear of German armies destroying their munition stores, blowing up Nazi military trains and exploding bridges. The guerilla detachment of which he was a member was composed of 48 men, sixteen of whom were Jews. "We fought five times face to face with the Nazi soldiers and killed more than 500 of them. We also destroyed 150 kilometers of railway lines and exploded 16 bridges causing great damage to the enemy." he said. HAVENS FOR POST WAR JEWS ANALYZED BY EXPERT London (WNS)—After reviewing the various post war havens for Jewish colonization, he has come to the conclusion that Palestine continues to be the one with the most practical possibilities. Joseph Mirkin of the Jewish Colonization Association told the Council of Continental Zionists meeting here. "Poland had a fairly large number of Jewish farmers but in view of the land hunger among the Polish peasantry there is no prospect there. The Soviet Government was anxious to have Jews settled on the land but after 15.000 families had been settled, the experiment came to an end. There was no more land available in Russia and the BiroBiojan project was put forward as an alternative. Other lands such as British Guiana Madagascar, proposed for Jewish settlement, have a tropical and subtropical climate and are covered with dense forests which can only be cleared after many years of hard work. NAZIS CHARGE BELGIANS JUMP ANTI-JEWISH LAWS London (WNS) — Nazi papers from Belgium, reaching here by underground route, contain stories alleging that many Belgians are resorting to various illegitimate devices to circumvent the anti-Jewish restrictions. An instance cited is that of the case of music schools. By regulations, all Jews are barred from these schools but the schools, it is said, have organized private classes for the Jews. Those private classes are really schools and constitute a swindle, the Nazi papers charge. LUDWIG LORE. WELL-KNOWN NEWS COLUMNIST. IS DEAD ENGLISH JEWS GIVE BOYS A "SHOLOM ALE IC HIM" shot black Weisgal is trying to hide under a bandage was inflicted on him by his own thumb, with which he had been trying to remove the American forces. A list of Jewish households willing to offer hospitality to the American Jewish soldiers and their Christian New York (WNS) — Ludwig Lore, who in recent years achieved considerable reputation as a newspaper columnist, died here this week. He was 67 years old. For many years he was editor of a German Socialist paper, and later became a leading contributor to English newspapers. He was of German Jewish extraction. NAZIS INTENSIFY ACTIVITY AGAINST JEWS IN DENMARK some soap from the orb while '" X \Z i -""--'•"' under the shower When Ben I r "'" ds ? !" "* drawn Up Hecht finishes "China Girl." ^ by the Jewish War Services ComCATHOLIC HEAD IN BELGIUM CONDEMNS NAZI HATREDS London (WNS)—The head of the Catholic Church in Belgium has issued a second letter to the Catholic churches condemning the anti-Jewish theories of the Nazis as running counter to the prinicples of Christianity. film of which he is the author, scenarist and producer, he'll retire to a farm in the East to write a novel ... To he seen on Broadway this fall, they say. is Harpo Marx What's more, he'll talk from behind the footlights Which reminds us that a couple of weeks ago. when the military situation in Egypt was at its darkest, the people of Cairo found relief and relaxation at the Metro Theatre, where the big attraction was a film you may remember—"The Big Store." featuring the Marx Brothers mittee. Donald Cohen, secretary ni that organization, said that the center opened in Woburn House is largely patronized by both Jewish and Christian soldiers from America. JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS TO WITHHOLD THEIR MEETINGS FRENCH JEWISH QUARTERS HUNGARY BANS EMPLOYING ARE DEPORTED EN MASSE I OF JEWS BY TH £ NON-JEWS Stockholm (WNS)—According to the Svensksa Dagenbladet, the Nazis in occupied France are conducting wholesale expulsions of the Jews in many French communities. The Jews are being sent either to concentration camps or to forced labor in the war zone. PALMER Funeral C^hapel 2001 W. FLAGLH.ST. •SBF 9-2664 London (WNS)—The Hungarian Government which is perceptibly coming more and more under the influence of Germany this week issued a decree totally barring Jews from employment by non-Jews. The new decree also forbids Jewish employers from hiring any non-Jew who is less than 45 years of age. The Government too announces that it is preparing further restrictive measures against the Jews. Meanwhile, raids on the Jews in Budapest and other important Hungarian centers continue. New York (WNS)—The I. O. B. A. and the Agudas Israel Organization of America this week announced that their regular conventions will be postponed because of the war. The step was taken in accordance with the wishes expressed by President Roosevelt that only conventions which have a relation to the war effort will be held at this time. Instead of a national convention the Agudas Israel will content itself with a modest "conference for Torah and religious life" at Belmar, N. J. MUSSOLINI STOPS PENSIONS TO JEWISH WAR VETERANS Stockholm (WNS) — According to reports received here, the Italian Government has ordered the discontinuance in the payments of all pensions to Jewish veterans of previous wars. Exceptions, however, are made in the case of those wounded in action. Stockholm (WNS)—According to the Swedish papers, the Nazis in Denmark have greatly intensified their anti-Jewish activities under the pretext that "Jewish influence is still strongly felt among the Danish people." The Nazi occupational authorities well' especially indignant over the fact that the Danish newspaper National Tidnde of Copenhagen refused to publish a Nazi eulogy of the leader of the Danish Nazi legion, Von Schallbert. who was killed on the Russian front. %  SEM1CE We Pledge every resource to our country's Victory Program — both for military and civilian needs. For Sunshine Service is dedicated to the Way of Life