Rega May, who was arrested Wednesday night charged with inciting her listeners to riot as she praised Hitler’s drive against the Jews in a Columbus Circle soapbox tirade, will face arraignment in the West Side Court Monday morning. She was to have been arraigned yesterday, but Magistrate Jonah J. Goldstein adjourned the case upon request of the complainants.
Miss May, of 540 West 150th street, was engaged as a substitute speaker for a woman whose inflammatory speeches have caused warnings against further meetings at Columbus Circle, witnesses said. Miss May is said to have declared that the Nazi attack on Jews didn’t go far enough for “the only God known to Jews is money.”
Isidore Kornberg, a milliner living at the Hotel Alpine, said he had been injured when several persons in the crowd about the girl started, a free-for-all. Miss May was held in $500 bail in Night Court after her arrest.