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‘GOO VERSUS HITLER'
-RUUSEVELT’S ISSUE
(Sec Page 3)
Courtesy — Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League
Note the implication that President Roosevelt has trumped up the issue of
* 4 God Versus Hitler” in. this headline from a recent issue of Social Justice .
JEWS In UNIFORM
BY BEN SAMUEL
“LOST IN ACTION:” New
names nius< be added this week to
the list of Jewish heroes who have
gone down in aetion fighting for
America, of ethers taken prisoner
by the enemy, of those cited for
acts of bravery.
Radioman Harold Shiftman of
Detroit. Lieutenant Charles Reiter,
a navel officer, and Seaman Mur
ray Rosenblatt, from New
York, have been reported as a
mong those who died in action.
Lieutenant Mack Gotlieb, c navy
doctor, and Sergeant Herman
Wolf of the U. S. Marines are
prisoner- of the Japanese. Private
Maurice Moseowitz, of Philadel
phia. was cited for bravery under
.lire.
For two months Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Shiffman of Detroit. Mich.,
have lived in dread, holding on to
a dimming hope that their son,
Radioman Harold Shiffman, might
i,till be alive. Shiftman, who was
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stationed aboard the U. S. S.
' Arizona at Pearl Harbor when
war made its initial visit, had
been listed as “missing.” In a re
cent wire to the Shiftmans in De
troit, however, Rear Admiral Ran
dall Jacobs was forced to advise
them that an exhaustive search
by the navy for their son had
proved fruitless He is - now of
ficially listed as having “lost his
life in the service of his country
on December 7, 1941.”
Lieutenant Charles Reiter, 29-
year old New Yorker, also lost
his life in action. This jcung man
was stationed on the U. S. S.
Truxtom, a destroyer sunk off the
roast of Newfoundland while on
ccnvov duty. As a civilian, Lieu
tenant Reiter was active in the
Jewish community of his city, be
ing a prominent member of the
Temple Ansche Chesed there.
Upon hearing of his son’s death,
Samuel Reiter commented, “I am
sorry I had but one son to give
to my country. And I would go
myseli if they would take me.”
Recently Leon Gottlieb, a staff
member of the Jewish Daily For
ward in New York for 42 years,
received a letter from his son,
Mack. The letter read, "Pop,
take good care of yourself and be
proud your only son can render
service to your country at a time
when she needs him most and at
the place where he can make him
self most useful.” Today Lieu
tenant Gottlieb is a prisoner of
the Japanese. He took part in the
defense of Guam.
i -- i,i
Getting Up Nights
If you suffer from Getting Up
Nights, Backache, Nervousness,
Leg Pains, Swollen Ankles and
I feel worn out, due to non-organic
and non-systemic Kidney and
L.adder troubles, you should try
Cystex which is giving joyous
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Miles from Lieutenant Gottlieb,
but close to him in spirit, is Ser
geant Herman Wolf, a 40-year old
marine from Brooklyn, N. Y., held
by the Japanese in Peiping, China.
His brother, Arthur Wolf, says,
“Herman was a tough fighting
man. He joined the Marines 20
years ago and never left the ser
vice.
“If it’s true that Herman is a
prisoner, then the Marines have
lost a good soldier.”
Maurice Moseowitz, a young
soldier of 20 who was stationed
at Hickman Field during the Jap
anese stab at Pearl Harbor, was
recently commended for bravery
under fire. The commendation
was issued by Brigadier General
H. C. Davidson and Lieutenant
Colonel William L. Boyd of the
Air Force. Said Colonel Boyd,
“In total disregard of personal
safety, you fought back with
every weapon you could find.”
Private Moseowitz is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moseowitz, 1702
York Street, Philadelphia.
50 LAWYERS—NO LESS!:
Private Murray Greenbaum, a
lawyer in civilian life, looked
lonesomely around his anti-aircraft
post at Camp Stewart, Georgia,
and wondered if there could pos
sibly be another barrister about.
Not seeing one, and faced with
the prospect of spending the entire
war thinking his legal thoughts
to himself, he inserted an an
nouncement in the post bulletin.
“Lawyers!” it said, “Private Mur
ray Greenbaum wants to see you.”
He hoped in this way to meet two
or three other legal minds about
the post who might get together
and talk over Poldaski versus
Gideon in their spare time.
On the day scheduled for the
first meeting, Greenbaum showed
up early at the Savannah USO
Center, operated by the Jewish
W’elfare Board, quite sure that no
one else would come. To his in
credulous surprise, however, no
less than fifty soldier-attorneys
were waiting for him. A discus
sion group was quickly organized,
and legalistic phraseology has
been scattered all over Camp
Stewart ever since.
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