Oscar Stern, Tipton (IN) Tribune, 30 JUN 1943, page 2, column 3.
A WA11 STOKV. Dx-ai- Slerii Will Speak at bap tist ciinicli l-'riday Xi^lit- ; The prisoners to face tin-'wall, door when they were supposed away froni the heanl HIP' key rattle in. tlie lock of the 'under- ground cell of the dungeon-pris- on near Ivonigsberg. in Kast Prussia. Thus "hejins the . srim experi- ence of Oscar Stern, the First Uaplisl 1 Friday ni.ulit •will In ''ill ifi year Old Cliristian-.lew who will .speak at ihui-ch here at S o'clock. There no admission charite. and public is cordially inviteil to attend tliis exceptionally ititerest- ins meet ins. Stern.' who was sentenced to 1 - months in prison for repeat- a'iiiK a Hermann floeriuji joke within hearing of a destapo air- ent. faced the wall.w.ith the four others in bis cell as the yonilK tr»ioper entered, in one ear. as a World W>r wound as a member of the irmy on die easlern he thoiiKlit , his',-name so he turned, the re- Nazi storm Stern is deaf result of a sustained Austrian front, and was called suit was two blows across Ihe mouth, a truncheon felled him. knocking out most of his teeth. Six years aRo.- that was of his life. the hish low spot of his lire. ;Tlu spot was on March I. 1010. when lie landed al New York. Kurope has only one IliiiiK tie wauls now '—his wire from dermaiiy. He has heard from Mrs. Sstern very tew times. She as a Jewess refused to. divorce is beitiR because she him' and. among enter i oilier restrictions, cannot public air raid shelter. A liitmhei- of Americans-, including .Mrs. Koosevelt have made efforts on her behalf, | There will be an open forum after the address, and the public has this opportunity to iiskqiips- lions and to gel firast-hand in- formation from a man who ban been in Ihe midst or the tumuli In Kurope.