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The Jewish Floridian ( July 6, 1945 )

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^ m ^w^mfTHE JEWISH UNlTTl Cunt THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^5IUMFT8 -NUMBER 27 BIGHTS IS 1 OBJECTIVE OF Washington (JTA)—Achievement of 'human rights and fundamental freedoms for all men and women, without distinction as to race language or religion," is one of th P five basic objectives of the world security charter adopted at San Francisco, President Truman told the Senate in a plea for prompt retification of the historic document. The charter "seeks to achieve universal respect for and observance of" basic rights and freedoms, as well as the removal of the "economic and social causes of international conflict and unMIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1945 15 CHAPTERS OF B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS AT MEET PRICE TEN CENTS Fifteen chapters of B'nai B nth were represented at the annual conference, B'nai B'rith Girls, fifth district, held in Washington June 24-26. War services for the organization were wer P stressed. Those elected to office from Miami were Sarah Rose Schwartz, president; Tobie Jacobskind, first vice-president; Vivian Schaeffer, third vice-president; Dot Goldwin, corresponding secretary. Other officers elected, were Geraline Brinck, Alexandria, Va., second vicepresident; Shirley Levinson, Richmond, Va., recording secretary; Eleanor Leon, Norfolk, Va., treasurer; and Miss Joyce Treskunoff of Washington, reporter. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, co-chairman of B'nai B'rith Youth District Five, and Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, president of the Worest," tlu President added. Ear, G. Harrison, former US. SSrWHST were' also prls-" Commissioner of Immigration ,. n t igration | e nt and Naturalization, has left for Europe as President Truman's personal representative to study the p o s i t i o n of refugees in France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and other countries. Mr. Harrison will pay special attention to the problems of "stateless" refugees and those who refuse to return to their native lands. He may also visit refuge,, camps in Germany and Austria in order to personally talk to the refugees and learn of I their hopes and intentions. Mr. Harrison succeeded MyIBBC. Taylor as U. S. represenMADE ON JEWS, Washington (JTA)—A vitriolic attack on Jews and Negroes was Wre'..n "the Intergovernmental made Hfj? !" ^ by Sena „ tor ?ilICommittee on Regugees. He will r confer with officials, of the committee in London soon after completing his survey of the European continent, and will discuss with them plans to care for racial, religious and political refugeewho cannot return to their homes. HUNGARIAN JEWS TO IGO TO PALESTINE ..Sofia (JTA) — Thousands of wews in Hungary are impatiently awaiting an opportunity to fciV" Palestine, it was reorted here this week from Budapest following the establishS a Palesl 'ne office there | last wei k. In addition to those desiring o go o Palestine, there are %  jmuands of Jews who wish to FWMin ,,, Hungary. It ie estimated that about 50,000 Hunturn','?, w l have already refc, '" Buda Pest from con1 rfin D i ca m PS In Germany w in Poland. All of them are Ihonmc '.'' ,L d of relief and a "e fe.f ,'"' aid from the Joint Pkbibutaon Com Pft said. bo of Mississippi in a two-day filibuster against FEPC appropriations, during which he warned of a "revolution in this country" if the bill for the establishment of a Permanent Fair Employment Practice Commission is passed. Sen. Bilbo read a statement prepared by Rep. John Rankin, also of Mississippi, and one of the bitterest oponents of the FEPC, listing FEPC employees as Jews, "niggers" and "white Gentile s." Emphasizing that population figures show a proportion of twenty Gentiles to every Jew in America. Bilbo denounced the FEPC for allegedly compelling different races to live and work side by side. ETHAN1, PRESENT AT BOND RALLY AND SOCIAL More than 1,000 people were present at the B'nai B'rith Bond Rally and social staged Tuesday evening at the Blackstone Hotel Cabana Club and Gardens. The large crowd participated in the War Bond Rally that disposed of more than 125 gifts to high bidders under the auctioneer's gavel of Dinty Dennis, Miami sort commentator. Preliminary reports show sales totaling more than $60,000 to b P added to the Sholem Lodge quota which will more than double its original goal of one million. Stressing sales of Series E bonds, several hundred purchases were made. Swimming, dancing and entertainment by Sande Williams' Air Corps Convaleers preceded a water show and ballet presented by the Miami Beach Aquacade. Following the show, refreshments wer e served to the gathering. Dave Eisen headed the commute in charge of arrangements of the successful affair. ENTERPRISES BY SUBCOMMITTEE ENDS MIGRATION HEARINGS imittee, the reOswego (JTA) — Five of the six members of the Congressional Sub-committee on Immigration who this week concluded hearings at the emergency refugee shelter at Fort Ontario expressed the hope and belief after two days of testimony that something could be done within existing immigration laws to make possible the legal entrance into the United States of a large majority of the 969 refugees now living in the shelter. Meanwhile, Congressman Dickstein sees three possibilities: • 1. The* release on parole to relief and welfare organizations of such persons as can get the approval of appropriate governmental representatives. 2. The release on bond of all I the residents at the shelter. Conj gressman Dickstein expressed the belief that there were individuals and organizarions such as NRS, National Council of JEWS IN ARE UNDERTAKEN Moscow (JTA)—The first steps towards re-establishment of Jewish enterprises have been taken in Poland, according to a broadcast over the Lublin radio. The broadcast announced that in the two-week period between May 15 and June 1, the Labor and Production section of the Central Jewish Cmmittee in Warsaw granted loans totaling 3,500,000 zlotys (seven hundred thousand at the pre-war rate of exchange) for the establishment of various types of business and shops. PLANS MADE FOR THE ENGLISH JEWISH PRESS Detroit (JTA)—Plans for improving the English-Jewish press in the United States by encouraging the development and training of men and women in the field of Anglo-Jewish journalism, by bettering the public relations between the newspapers and the Jewish communities—locally and nationally, and by improving the appearance and format of the papers were outlined here at a two-day meeting of the executive board of the American Association of EnglishJewish newspapers. Philip Slomovitz, editor of the Detroit Jewish News and president of the association, disclosed that the publishers are discussing with national Jewish leaders the question of how the press can help Jewish communities develop greater community spirit and Jewish consciousness, what it can do to spur the contribution of funds for essential Jewish needs and how the papers can best support Jewish educational and cultural centers. NAVY STILL SILENT L L MALARIA IS STILL IN THE NEAR EAST Jerusalem (JTA)—Malaria is still a menace in Palestine, and a widespread epidemic is threatened as a result of recent heavy rains, according to Dr. Abraham Katznelson, head of the Health Department of the Jewish National Council. He revealed that a cable has been sent to the Hadassah Organization in the United States urging it to ship ten tons of D.D.T. powder, th P new insecticide developed by the U. S. Army, and also penicillin. Dr. Katznelson reported that Palestine Jewish health groups have done much to combat malaria among troops in Italy and Burma, and Lieut. Col. G. Mehr. Jewish anti-malarial expert and one of the world's greatest experts in the field, is now in Burma. Washington (JTA)—While the Navy Department continued to refuse to mak P any comment on the anti-Jewish material distributed among servicemen by the U. S. Armed Forces Institute, which operates under the joint auspices of the Army and Navy, the War Department has permitted publication of an "orientation fact sheet" instructing discussion leaders in the Army on how to combat racial propaganda and prejudices among men in the armed services. The "orientation fact sheet." which was sent by the War Department, last month, to all units throughout the world, emphasizes that any American who spreads prejudice against minorities—Catholics, Jews, Negroes, foreign-born, and others — is whether he knows it or not, playing the Axis game. It suggests that in talks on racial prejudice Army discussion leaders should stress the following points: 1. Racial and religious prejudices are not only un-Christian and un-American, but are deadly weapons used by the Germans and the Japanese in their war against democracy. 2. All of us are members of minority groups which have been scapegpaled at on e time or another. 3. Once prejudice is used against any group it spreads to other groups. 4. Prejudice makes all of us poorer economically and robs us (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) ESSS* PUR CHASE IS PROVOKING PROTESTS -^^•^•"A^tralia (JTA)St ds p f a bufldtoa by "la from f h ederatIon of AuselhniM t he municipality of (TO!? r ovokin n umer ass es" adiominT.h?^/ 685 ^ 1 Jewish Women, and HIAS which the site of the wou d gladly coope rate in providing such bond. 3. Declare all the residents at the shelter to be illegal immigrants, thus turning them over to the Immigration Department, making it possible for them to be treated as all other illegal immigrants. This would enable the individual refugee to make application for a change of status, and to leave the country temporarily after a pre-examination to accomplish such change of status. London (JTA) — The first world Zionist conference to be held since the outbreak of the war will convene here on July 30. Zionist headquarters announced. The announcement said that representatives of the Zionist organizarions of fourteen countries will attend. The largest contingent, about 30, will come from Palestine, and th P next largest from the United States. The U. S. representatives will be headed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Israel Goldstein. AUSSIE VETS WANT ALL ALIENS TO BE EXPELLED PARTIAL LIST OP GERMAN CAMPS IS SHOWN BY LUBLIN pucture. toed t Sr!S5 lhe n ews ot the alK repo"!^^' '?! newspapers ft arc L tnat the Zionis >ead"d are ^" or, !J s tnese Protests comple em d nd nR that the sale P* Mason* Gra d Lodge of the F* to th-** 1 ^" haVe their Hding tJ.f V1 nity of the h among the d i enied that the g a Binft t h e e e sa2 entS Pr0teSt NOTICEI We call attention to our subscribers that effective July 15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian will be increased to $3.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, two years, $5.00. Renewals of all subscribers will be accepted at the old rate until October 15. New subscribers will pay increased rates. We have delayed this move hoping we would be able to continue at our original nominal rate. General conditions have necessitated this increase. As soon as War time restrictions relax, w e plan to give our subscribers a larger publication. Wellington, New Zealand (JTA)—Returning war veterans have launched a campaign for the expulsion from New Zealand of all enemy aliens, including Jewish refugees, who arrived in this country after 1939, and urged that their property be confiscated. Alarmed at the campaign, which is being conducted by the veterans' association, Jewish refugees here have pointed out that they cannot return to Germany because they do not wish to take their children to a country which is still infested with anti-Jewish feelings. The veterans' group, however, is insisting that all refugees—whether Jewish or non-Jewish — should be ordered to return to Germany and Austria in order to "safeguard the interests of the returning servicemen. AUSTRALIA ASKS FOR NEW QUOTA SYSTEM Sydney, Australia (JTA)—An immigration quota system which would not discriminate on the basis of race, color or religion has been suggested by the national conference of the Federated Ironworkers Association. The secretary of the association, E. Thornton, recently attacked Australia's policy of excluding non-Caucasian immigrants. Thornton will represent the powerful Australasian Council of Trade Unions at the World Trade Union Conference in Paris Moscow (JTA)—A partial list of former Nazi concentration camps in the Soviet-occupied 1 section of Germany in which Jews are still residing was broadcast this week by the Lublin radio. It said that 450 women and 50 men are in a camp at Ludwigsdorf, where they are being cared for by local authorities and a Jewish committee. About 550, most of whom are ill, remain at Wichti-Ersdort. Over 1.000 are at Waldenburg, of whom 660 are liberated prisoners and the remainder are relatives who joined them subsequent to their release. Of 3,000 Jews who were used for slave labor in the factories of Langenbielau, 120 are still working in the textile mills there. FOREIGN NAMES NOT AN AID. SAYS ELEANOR New York (JTA) — Foreign names are a difficult barrier to successful amalgamation of the American people, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt claims in an article in the current issue of Liberty magazine. Foreign names have severely retarded complete unity in the United States because they "often segregate people as much as color or religion and keep them tied to their particular backgrounds and the homelands from which they come" writes Mrs. Roosevelt. Immigrants would be urged to Americanize their names for this would be an important stride toward a more unified nation, she recommends. %  IF '. li \t l^H



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PAGE TWO +Jewisti FlcricJian FRIDAY JULY 6, 1945 PERSONALS Rabbi Simon April left Sunday for a month's stay in the North. Aftor spending two weeks in New York, Miss Edith Shier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier, 1236 S. W. 21st Terrace, will attend the summer session Jit Western Reserve University. Miss Shier is a junior at the University of Miami. PERSONALS Miss Quecnip Stella Machtcl left Wednesday to spend two weeks in New York visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein left Wedn'jsday to spend a month in the north. Mrs. Anna Schoenfeld, 305 S. W. 1st St., left for Washington, D. C, where she will visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rozansky at their summer cottage Shady Site, on the lake. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will leave Sunday to take a number of graduate courses at the Bernard Revel Graduate School in New York. During that period he will visit a number of national institutions and attend the annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America, of which he is past vice-president and now an executive member. Dave Wiilner returned to the city after a two-week business trip in New York. Mr. George Goldberg, of Miami, is visiting at the Hotel New Yorker. New York. Miss Adelaide Sherman returned to her home in Philadelphia after spending two weeks at the Shorcham Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Horn, 1632 Meridian Avenue, have left the city to go on a short summer vacation at Atlantic City, New Jersey. They expect to return to Miami Beach by the 10th df July. WEDDINGS Mrs. Anna Berow, 1012 Third Street, Miami Beach, left this week to visit her children in Chicago and New York. Miss Sonja Pallot will spend four weeks with relatives and friends in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Freehling, accompanied by their children, Jeanne and Allen, will leave Sunday to visit with their family for Chicago. Miss Naomi Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 1419 S. W. 5th Street, returned from Tulane University where she received her master degre from th School of Social Work. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Charles M Peretzman will leave Sunday on a trip which will take them to New York City where they will join their daughter and granddaughter at the Governor Clinton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Peretzman will also visit with their son, Billy, who is in boot training in Bainbridge and spend some time with friends and relatives in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenspan, 802 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son Monday, July 2, at Jackson Memorial. Cpl. and Mrs. Harry Kelman announce the birth of a son, Paul Brian, June 16 at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Kelman is the former Jessica August, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Michael August, 447 S. W. 28th Road. Formal announcement of the engagement of Miss Shirley Boxer, daughter of Mrs. Freda Boxer, ..mi the late Ben H. Boxer, to I'll-. Colman Pont was made at a party Saturday evening. Over 200 guests were present at the reception. Miss Boxer attended Washington University, and is a graduate of the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing in St. Louis. The son of Mrs. Sadie and the lat, Edward Pont. 2611 S. W. 5th Ave., Pfc. Pont attended Miami Senior High school, and has been a member of the armed forces for the past four and one-half years. He is now stationed at Miami Beach. No date has been set for the wedding. After a two-week wedding trip in Maine, Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Finn are at home in Warner Robbins, Ga., where Sgt. Finn is stationed. Sgt. Finn and the former Miss Beatrice Schulman were married June 3 in Temple Israel, New York City. The former Miss Schulman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schulman, 739-11 St., Miami Beach. Sgt. Finn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Finn of New Bedford, Mass. He has just completed his radar course at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Miss Edith Schulman, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Best man was Irving Finn, brother of the groom. One hundred and fifty guests attended the reception in the hall of the temple. They were rceived by the parents of the bride and groom. OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY Joined by their [,, milv „ thirteen grand children MH ? nd great grand children" 5£ d ^ Mrs. Joseph Plotkin celcL.j wlf go i den S? ddin 8 "nnilSK Wednesday. The observan^^ held at the home oi 5R2 ter, Mrs. Ethel Gould 1554ft !4th Street. With JtnfVfi occasion were thei, .,,., '" e Plotkin, and daughter? ifa*? W. Brown, from Cueanr" ; grandson, Sgt. Arthur Gold' It :S A, stationed at Venice; 'also their sons, Harry Plotkin and 1 Jack Plotkin, who live here Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Forman, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, announce th e forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Selma, of Miami, to Corporal Philip L. Jacobs on Wednesday, July 11, at the home of Dr. Jacob Kaplan, 6996 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach at 7:30 p. m. A reception will be held at the Rex Hotel, 618 Euclid Ave. at 8 p. m. to which friends are invited. A son. Joseph Stanley, was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Wellisch, 818 S. W. Second Street, June 30, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL SEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable Prices sssssaLarge Beautiful GroundssasMsa BRISM The brisms of the past week included the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feuer, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. EDWARD T. NEWMAN R. E. WIXSON FUNERAL DIRECTOR KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Don't discuss military information. Zip the lip! GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 W %  ^^^^^^w^^^^^w^w^^^^w^^^W i EMMA LAZARUS GROUP PLAN GALA_OUTING Final plans for a gay afternoon of swimming, picnicking, and boating, as well as numerous out-door games, have been set by the Emma Lazarus Group of B'nai B'rith for members and their friends on Sunday. July 8. A truck will pick up Miami Beach members in front of the YM-YWHA, 1 Lincoln Road at 10:30 p. m. and continue to Miami to pick up town participants in back of Burdincs Department Store at 11 o'clock Each young lady has been asked to pack a lunch for two—herself and her escort, or for herself and one of the many redistribution soldiers who have been invited to participate. The outing will be at Greynolds Park. Jerusalem (PTA) — The controversy over whether an Arab or Jew is to become mayor of Jerusalem was further complicated this week when all Arab municipal councilors submitted their resignation. 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FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1945 *Jewist fkricfian PAGE THREE ''Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. FURNITURE NEEDED FOR DAY ROOM On the Watchout Jewish organization! in Amerl/ are more concerned than e c v er over the inerMte of antiIpmitic propaganda throughout ?h"country With the war Europe over, anti-Semitic becoming more i roU ps arc becoming more and more active, since they are no Sneer afraid of being accused '{ spreading Nazi propaganda One central Jewish body dealing with the work of combatting anti-Semitism says outsnokci'h that it "forsees no miracle that will wipe out antiSemitism in our time." ... The disclosure that the Army and Navy distributed a correspondence course containing antiJewish statements is adding to the pessimism prevailing among Jewish groups here Although the course was recalled, it is obvious that some persons in the Armv and Navy must have been interested in distributing it Copies of this course reached Jewish organizations about three months ago. And negotiations for the recall of the course were conducted quietly in the hope that the entire affair would receive no publicity Apparently with the intention o! counteracting the antiJewish propaganda contained in the course, the War Department, last month, issued an "orientation fact sheet" in which Army officers were instructed to impress upon the servicemen the fact that racial prejudice is contrary to the ideals for which America lights ... No such action is known to have been taken so far by the Navy Department. Zionist Sidelights The Arabs in Palestine have won a new "friend" in the United States ... I mean the women's organization known as four Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandiie Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami "We, the Mothers, Mobilize for America" This organization is now circulating a petition emphasizing that "Palestine was the home of th ( Arabs for 4,000 years, and for many thousand years was the cradle of Christianity" The "mothers" therefore ask that "Palestine be controlled by Christians throughout the world" Another petition circulated by the "mothers" demands that all Jews be designated members of a "separate distinct nation," regardless of place of birth or residence ... It asks Congress to proclaim the Jews a separate "race" b e c a us e "Jews nave never been assimilated and have retained their nationality" Everything points to the fact that the Silver-Wise conflict will be settled very soon Indicative of thp situation is the fact tha the executive of the Zionist Organization of America designated Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver and Rabbi Israel Goldstein as ZOA delegates to the Zionist conference which opens in London at the end of July Hayim Greenberg, the Zionist leader who resigned the chairmanship of th executive of the Zionist Emrgency Council, is determined not to accept any official position in the Council even after the Silver-Wise conflict is straightened out But the Mizrachi may return to the Council from which it withdrew its representatives as a result of thp internal fight Jewish Wisdom "The Wisdom of Israel." an anthology of Jewish sayings and writings from Biblical times up to today, is the latest contribution by Lewis Browne of American literature Published by Random House, this 750-page anthology contains only an insignificant part of the essence of the Jewish contribution to the world's morals and culture Yet it will be greeted by Jew and non-Jew alike And the publishers are quite justified in terming this volume a cornThere is need for furniture of every typ e to equip a reception and day room at the Naval Gunnery School in Miami. The room will be used to entertain the parents and friends of the men in training, lacking at pesent. All furniture will be reupholstered. repainted and refinished. Studio couches, sofas, lamps, chairs, coffee tables and pictures, regardless of condition, are among the articles needed. They will be picked up by Navy trucks upon calling 2-1141 or 2-4463. tices of Orthodox Judaism Compared with the ethics preached by Conservative and Reform Judaism of today, the ethics of the Orthodox Jew, as summarized in "Wisdom of Israel," are of captivating interest, since they reflect Jewish moral history of many centuries Mr. Browne also includes in his anthology wisdom from the New Testament, arguing that "this wisdom is unmistakably Hebraic," becaus P those who uttered it were all born in Israel The Talmudic period is well represented in the anthology through excerpts from th P Mishnah, the Gemara and the Mid_. rash Jehudah Halevi, Mai'a Dor monides, Spinoza, th P Vilna Gaon, the Baal Shem-Tov, Nachman Bratzlaver, Chassidic sayings—all are part of the anthology, as are Moses Mendelssohn, Heinrich Heine, Bialik, Sholem Aleichem, Israel Zangwill and other Jewish thinkers of modern times Wide as is the scope and variety of Mr. Browne's selections, his anthology reflects only a very small part of what such an anthology could include But this is hardly the fault of Mr. Browne, since full justice cannot be done, to the wisdom of the Jews for thirty centuries by presenting it in one volume. Men and Deeds Judge Samuel Rosenman, an intimate friend of the late President Roosevelt and one of President Truman's advisers, had an opportunity to become the mayor of New York ... He declined the offer to run for mayor in thp forthcoming municipal DEMAND RESIGNATION OF JEWISH AGENCY Tel Aviv (JTA)—A resolution demanding the resignation of the executive of the Jewish Agency and the convocation of a body authorized to elect another executive composed of representatives of parties supporting the demand for th P establishment of a Jewish State within an undivided Palestine, was adopted at an all-Palestine conference of the General Zionists, group "B". The resolution was passed following addresses voicing severe criticism of, the present composition of the Jewish Agency executive. The conference also approved the non-participation of the General Zionists "B" in the Jewish National Council of Palestine. A resolution to this effect stated that the Council does not represent the Jews of Palestine and is not authorized to speak in their behalf. Meanwhile, the split within the Jewish National Council caused by the withdrawal of the Mizrachii and Poale Mizrachi delegates was partially healed when the latter group voted to instruct its representative, S. Z. Shragai, to return. The Poale-M i z r a c h i action came as a result of a resolution adopted by the council urging strict observance of the Sabbath in all and every Jewish enterprise. The Mizrachi labor organization, at the same time asked the world Mizrachi organization to instruct its leader. Rabbi Meir Berlin, to return to the council. Rabbi Berlin withdrew at the same time as Shragai. JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: 1945 TISHA B'AB j Thursday, July 19 ROSH HASHONAH < Saturday, Sept. 8 Sunday. Sept. 9 YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 SUCCOTH Saturday, Sept. 22 to Sunday, Sept. 30 CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday, Nov. 30 YIZKOR or Memorial Services for the departed are conducted on the following Holidays: YOM KIPPUR Monday. Sept. 17 Provide for your futurity with military security—don't talk! REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg—Ph. 25151 panion to Lin Yutangs "Wisdom elections, even though he would of China and India" AmeriProbably have been elected by can-born Jews whose knowledge of the voluminous literature of their people is limited will feel proud of the wisdom and lore of Israel as presented in th P selections chosen by Mr. Browne And one of the sections which no doubt, will impress them most will be the one dealing with the philosophy and pracMAMH^XTAN PICKLE CO. ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A |n lui-t of Distributed by FLORIDA PROVISION CO. 172S N. 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FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Aff wfu C £ ngre ations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes or Further Information Phono 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 an unprecedented majority Baron Edouard Rothschild, who was forced to leave France after Petain concluded an armistice with the Germans, returned this week to his home in Paris During his five years of "exile" in New York, h e took an active interest in Jewish affairs, particularly in affairs concerning French Jews Mary Zimmerman, the 76-year old chairman of the Hebrew University committee in Chicago, received a citation from the University of Chicago for work done in building up a scholarship fund from among the alumni of Marshall High School wher P she was a teacher for 46 years The fund enables worthy high school graduates to continue their studies in college And speaking of citations, we learn that the War Department has awarded to Capt. Lewis L. Strauss, former president of Temple Emanuel in New York, an Oak Leaf Cluster to the Legion of Merit The award was given to him for "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services of inestimable value" Lovers of art will be interested to learn that the Associated American Artists have becomp he exclusive agency for the paintings of James N. Rosenberg, who is known not only as an outstanding Jewish leader, but also as a fine artist ... We learn from our friend David J. Gaiter, editor of the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, that Dr. Julius H. Greenstone's book entitled "Jewish Feasts and Fasts' which was received with high praise, was the result of essays written by the author in the Jewish Exponent .In the light of all the stones that are consantly being thrown at the English-Jewish weekly newspapers in this country, it is significant that a volume so highly praised was the result of material supplied exclusively by onp of these pa pers. 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PAGE FOUR fJenisli fhrid/an FRIDAY. JULY 6. The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1945 TAMMUZ 25, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 27 THE FOUNDATIONS HAVE BEEN LAID Written for Phineas J. Biron's "Strictly Confidential" by PIERRE VAN PAASSEN What has happened in the last quarter century in Palestine is really this: there, in the Holy Land, the foundations have been laid down for the Third Hebraic Commonwealth. The walls of Israel's own house are up. The garden has been laid out. The road has been built. Even now the roof is being put into place. And there is good hope, too, if regard is had to the phenomenal growth of pro-Zionist sentiment in America, where vast numbers of Jews and a great many non-Jews have had their eyes opened in recent years to the beauty and the justice of the ideal of Zion Restored—there is good hope that the completion of the national structure in Eretz Israel will not be delayed overlong. In the midst of the anxiety and uncertainty of the present moment of historical transition it is perhaps well to look at the marvelous achievements of the Jewish people's pioneers in the Land of Israel, and to rejoice, to break into a hymn of joy and gratitude, if only to pierce the gloom that has prevailed in Jewish life since Adolf Hitler came to power—an unburdening of emotions—as it were, for all these years in which we have seen evil. Every lover of Zion, be he Jew or non-Jew, has ample reason to feel glad and be proud of what has been done in Palestine. The Land of Israel is teeming with creative activity from one end to the other. Palestine has functioned and continues to function as one of the most telling, most effective contributing factors in the cause of Allied victory. The sons of the New Palestine have been in the forefront of the legions advancing upon the heart of Festung Europa. In Greece, in Crete, in the Libyan desert, in Ethiopia, in Sicily, on the Italian mainland the pagan swastika has been forced into retreat before the banners of the Star of David. Without the industries of Palestine, said Lord Strabolgi in the House of Lords, Britain may well have suffered a disaster in the Near East greater than Dunkirk or Singapore. The Palestinian Jews have built themselves an army on top of a national economic apparatus which for its size is without peer anywhere in the world. Their system of social laws and institutions, based on the precepts of the Prophets, is today the object of the admiration and the solicitude of all the world's men of good will, who know that something worth-while and precious has again come out of that Zion whence Torah shall go forth in the fullness of time. The educational system of the country, comparable to that of the most advanced European lands, topped by the great university on Mount Scopus and the House of Healing which Hadassah has built, might well be the pride and envy of many a richer and larger state. And with all that the Hebrew language is a living organism again and flourishes in a rich new literature, growing strong as a tree grows strong, as the spoken idiom of vast numbers of Jews. Great and marvelous things these! Things well worth talking about and even worth shouting about from the housetops, if only the Jewish people, who have just come through the most gruesome ordeal in their long and melancholy history, will take heart one more, will regain the courage and that faith which alone sustained their fathers through catastrophe after catastrophe, as it so often sustained those who inherited it from Judaism when experience and reason threw all their weight into the scale of despair. Both in Palestine and in America the foundations have been laid; in Palestine the physical framework of the Hebraic Commonwealth, in America the ideological patterns of a great movement through the fact that hundreds of thousands of Jews are ready to help translate into action the ideal of Jewish national regeneration. Moreover, the war has shown one thing, something on which the Gentiles were never in doubt, but which some Jews sometimes foolishly deny—namely this: that ^he Jews are not merely a religious community of great antiquity (they are that, too), but that they are also a people, a people with a territory of its own, with a history, with wars, dynasties, a civilization of its own and a great epic literature which has moulded the thought of half the civilized world. The peoplehood of the Jews is an undeniable, tangible fact for all the world to see and to reckon with. For that civilization of the Jewish people, Judaism, is again ready and willing, trembling in the portals of time, as it were, to become a contributing factor to the sum total of civilization by operating from a spiritual-national Jewish center in Palestine. By the radiation of its life-giving energy it will revive the drooping and withering Jewries in the Diaspora and make them, too, contributing factors to the civilization of the peoples among whom they dwell. The spiritual framework is ready and in Palestine the physical framework, the economic, social and material framework has been set up to receive, absorb and integrate vast masses of Jews, all the Jews, in fact, who are at present in distress in the European chaos and who, as the two international conference on refugees showed, have no other place to go on earth but their own land, Eretz Israel. What is the world going to do about it? Will the world let (See last column this poge) < ^^^w^' ^^^ BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 w^^wwv^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (Editor's Notes Boa 2:17:1 •'' l>i,si ..ill,.address of tin; Jewish Floridian, In which i.s placed mountainous amounts of news releases from organizations and Individuals nil over the country. Under this title will appear a digest of some of this material.) The Board of Directors of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds meeting in Detroit June 24th approved in principle a report favoring national advisory budgeting subject to the acceptance of such a program by its member welfare funds, federations and community councils. The program, if adopted, would provide for the review by a representative national committee of the budgets of national and overseas agencies, and reporting of the findings to the member agencies as a guide in distributing the funds raised by each community. NAVY DEPARTMENT IS SILENT ON COURSES Chaplain S. Joshue Kohn of the United States Maritime Service, attending the Rabbinical Assembly Conference at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, announced the Assembly's adoption of a pension plan which for the first time assures security to the Conservative rabbis, who, as ministers, do not share in the Social Security Law. The plan calls for part payment by the rabbi, the congregation, and a pension fund at the disposal of the Rabbinical Assembly. "The Jewish people feel as a whole that no human cause is foreign to their interest." wrote Mrs. Stephen Wise, president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, in a letter accompanying a $100 contribution from her organization received yesterday by the American Committee for Yugoslav relief For the past twelve months, the branches of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance have raised through the National Labor Committee for Palestine (Gaverkshaften Campaign for the Hisatdrut) the amount of $550,000. Appealing for immediate ratification of the United Nations charter, the Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference addressed a letter to the ninety-six members of the U. S. Senate, urging each Senator to cast his vote for American affirmation of the world charter. The three cochairmen of the Conference's Interim Committee ar e Henry Monsky. Dr. Israel Goldstein and Louis Lipsky. Monsky was a consultant to the U. S. delegation at San Francisco. Harry Viteles, former director of th„ Palestine Economic Corporation, who arrived this week | in Europe as a representative of the Joint Distribution Committee, has been assigned to head one of ten missions now going into German concentration camps "The strong interest which Jews south of the Rio Grand,, have in aiding their suffering co-religionists in liberated Europe is expressed in their eagerness to participate fully in the work of the J. D. C." Miss Gertrude D. Pinsky, returning from a fifteen month assignment in nine Latin American countries where she served the J. D. C, said. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) of the potential contributions of minorities. 5. Prejudice diverts attention from the real issues and prevents us from finding solutions to our problems. 6. Prejudice means disunity which postpones victory and endangers world peace. Emphasiing that "prejudice is contagious" the "fact sheet" points out that Hitler started by persecuing Jews, but later he directed his attacks against Catholics, Protestants, Liberals and eventually nearly all the people of the world. "History has taugh us that when we discriminate against one segment of the people, we set a pattern that may be used against other groups." the orientation guide states. The story of America, the Army "fact sheet" says, is proof that there are no "superior" or "inferior" people. "Our country has been made great by people who came from every land under th ( sun—people with names like Carnegie, Sikorsky, Toscanini, Einstein, Osier—and thousands more," it points out. "But it isn't only the big names, the Hall of Fame names, who have made America—any more than it is only the big names who are winning the wajr." A War Department spokesman told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week that the correspondence course containing anti-Jewish statements, which was distributed by the U. S. Armed Forces Institute, was sent to 2.609 members of the armed forces in various parts of the world. The Institute, he revealed purchased 9,000 aropics of the course. The course, together with the textbooks containing the antiSemitic material, was purchased from the University of Alabama, one of the 85 universities and colleges cooperating with the Institute, which operates under the auspices of the Army and Navy, the War Department spokesman disclosed. It was used for approximately one year, he added. Emphasizing that the 2.609 soldier and sailor students who used or are using this course are scattered all over the world, the War Department official said that this accounts for the fact that it is still cropping up here and here. He pointed out that the institute began moving toward elimination of the cours P in October, because it failed to mee x the Army's academic standards. Planning has been started for a new course to begin early next month, he declared. Work on this course is continuing. In the meantime, with the controversial course eliminated, nothing has replaced it. He added that the 2.609 students who applied for and received the course constitute a very small percentage of the over 1,000.000 students in the Army and Navy who took USAFI courses. Included among local residents successful in obtaining the statp license to practice dentistry was Robert L. Kaplin. Beverly R. Cohen and Shirley Stamen passed the dental hygienist examinations. FRATERNAL ORDER^T HAVEBOAJEXCURsfoN m a t T e K XCU lf i0 ? Sl ">iU SPO a S 7 r D a m. The boat will ] ( i„t I p Pier 6, Miami Yad B asi n > bers and public arc Sa M nvited. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY _gncd, deal 111 business under the the un.le;-slKno ( V.",l,.';! : i|„! ; ', VI :N ,h < en Mn m nusiness under the II, i. „ !" '*Ht r ALTON SPORTSW r U "X am Alton Koad, M l: lm | %  :. ,, h Pi S i> Intends to register said „, m 1 lorl < 1 the Clerk of the Circuit".?! *' Dade County. Florida Court MAX 8HEREMBTA. ISAAC JOPFE ,S lc 0w ner NOTICE IS HEREBY e undersigned, deal n business under the MKOT** II iiuoiiifw.1 UiHlri' flip fir-! it .„„"'• %  ** >t McMulUn Apart,,,.,,! ,. $"? ...th Street. Miami. K|,„„ :o register said name with SLS?. Clrou <-'• of Dad, CoMtV; Florida. the Clerk c Cow LBNAR08HN, LEON KAPLAN. Sole 0WB Attorney for Applicant 6/is.a.a 7/s .,j NOTICE IS HERKIiY I1IVBM H^ the undersigned, de.sl,i„ K to^rJJS In business under the fictlt lo\i, „,m! of Gurtner-s Cleaners, at mo % 2? 8th .Street, Miami. pBridi m,„d.?; register said name with the Ctert of BorlSf 00 Court at "*^ MYERS & HEIMAN UV 0U) !" Attorneys for Applicant '13-22-29 7/6-11 NOTICE 0 TA£ P &' E CAT,ON m Chapter 20722 Ag. oft* NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;|VEN that James and Julia Shugruc holder o County Tax Certificate So -16S U sued the 7th day of June, A. |> m, have filed same in my ofth£ uS have made application for a tax Hwj to be Issued thereon. Said Certt£ rate embraces the followli i .Inscribed BK2L ta ,he c ,l,l,v %  kTaK of Florida, to-wlt: It 23. Block B, S-mlnole {.awns, a Sub., Ptat Hm,k it I'ng-e 4, In the Count] of Had* State of Florida. The assessment of *:ii,i prnrti under the said certificate wa | n the name of: Comm. Hk. & Tr 0 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according t<. l.,w, the prop. erty described therein |1| be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the mouth of August, 1945, which Ii the 6th day of August, 1946. Dated this 27th day of .lime. 19(5 E. B. LBATHER.MAN, Clerk of circuit Court, 1'ade County. Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) By N. ('. STERRETT, D. C 6/29 7/6-13 -20. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN till the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name d LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO. (not Inc.) at 61 South Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, and Intend to rentster the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. HERMAN SALUR ABRAHAM SALUK Owners QEOROR CHERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants 6/29 7/6-13-20-27 Mrs. Norman Weisman of Plainfield, N. J., and daughter, Carol, are visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Harry Steinberg and Mrs. Ida Marcus. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FII.I-: NO. S9748 Notice Is hereby given that Lisbeth G. Scarborough holder as assignee of City of Miami V. \ Certificate Numbered 41'iiL'. dated the 1st day of June, A. D 1942, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for t.i* ">! to issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: ,, Iy>t 3. Block 12, Riverside Farms Amended, Plat H<* 7 Page 88. In the City of -Miami, County of Dade, State "f Florida. The assessment of -alii property under the said Certificate Issued ml In the name of Unknou n. ^ Unless said Certificate shall w redeemed according to law, ta """, will Issue thereon on the IM da)' 0I August. A. D. 194.-,. „ Dated this 27th day of June. A. v. 194* E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, bade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) „__-, n C By N. C. STERRETT, D. C. 6/29 7/6-13-20-27 __ Details of new scientific at attack on anti-Semitism and other minority problems in the United States were announced by the American Jewish Congress which has created a Commission on Community Interrelations to carry out the job. Th P attack is based on a two-fold approach —to study the reason for tension and conflict and to conduct an action program to overcome religious and racial frictions 70th Anniversary Celebration Committep of the Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati is offering a prize of $200 for the words J. r a nvmn to commemorate the 70th birthday of the College. Trip words are to be sung to the tune of "America the Beautiful —an air chosen because of its suitability for congregational singing Buy War Bonds and Stamps to nelp preserve Democracy. Israel live, or must he again take up the wanderer's staif and recommence that doleful journey to and fro in this Christian world of ours, driven from pillar to post, leaving an imprint o blood wherever his footsteps pass? Or will he world at last end the scandal of history and—in the new era which stands before the door now that the war for freedom "everywhere in the world" has been fought and won—also give the Jewisn people its rightful place in the sun? h This issue can no longer be evaded. The fate of the Jewisn people cannot longer be referred to the Greek Calends. n hour of decisions has come. Ii the Jewish people do not ge their commonwealth in Palestine now, after all the magnificent contributions they have made to the victory of democracy ana after the immense suffering the Jews have undergone^ ** chance will they have in years to come, when everybody wu have forgotten—and will want to forget—what was done ny Jews in the years 1939-1945? Hne The establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palesa L is by no means a lost cause. It need not, in Herzl's words, ^ a fairy tale if we will it—that is, all who love Zion and wn understand what the establishment of a Jewish State mea to the Christian world and to the Jewish people in redempu and regeneration. A mighty, superhuman effort is n0 quired. That effort will be made in the next few months. A is going to be lit that will sweep away and consume an stacles in its path.



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OUDAY. J ULY 6, 1945 BROAD HONORED ON BIRTHDAY A group of 60 friends and members of the Miami Beach Zionist District gathered July 4 a t a luncheon at the Strand Restaurant, Miami Beach, to cele+Jew is* ncridHan PAGE FIVE SHEPARD BROAD bratc the birthday of Shepard Broad, past president of the organization. Hard worker and first hi ad of the organization, Mr. Broad served for two years and now is chairman of the board. Under his leadership, the membership grew from scratch to a total of 1200. Jake Felt, chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club, which meets weekly on Wednesdays, was master of ceremonies. Dr. Max D. Lipkind, one of the prime factors of the Beach Zionist movement, lauded the honored guest characterizing his efforts and energies and distinguished services for both the local district and national organization. Dr. Louis G. Lytton, now serving as president, told the gathering that his interest and enthusiasm in the Zionist cause was due to Mr. Broad's untiring efforts, and served as an inspiration to him. Paul Bruun, Miami Beach Sun Tropics columnist and chairman of the local American Christian Palestine Committee, praised the efforts of Mr. Broad. A huge birthday cake was presented the guest of honor. Alex Van Straaten, chairman of the special event, sold pieces of the cake for the benefit of the Jewish National Fund to create a Shepard Broad Grove in Palestine. Mr. Broad responded and thanked his many friends for this tribute and told of an anticipated visit to Palestine in the near future. At that time, he stated, he would recall this occasion and remember the thoughtfulness of his friends and fellow Zionists. A.Z.A. TO HOLD ANNUAL DANCE Miami Chapter of the A.Z.A. 322 will hold their annual Sweetheart Dance Sunday, 8:30 p. m. at the Police Benevolent Association Hall, 2300 N. W. 14th St. Admission is $1.00 per person. Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! Palm Beach Notes MBS. MART SCHREBNICK. Reprntcrtiva Miss Lillian Rosenwald of Atbnta is visiting her sisters, Mrs. fcarl Held and Mrs. Ben Ryder, and her brother, Edward Rosenrald Louis Halpern is convalescing at thi' Good Samaritan hospital. Mrs Dave Tisnower and children are spending the summer in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold of Belle Glade and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kahn of Pahokee, will spend the summer in West Palm Beach. Mrs Harry A. Lee and daughter, Marilyn, left on a business trip which will take them to California. Back home after eight months of service, Pfc. Stanley Gruner, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner, has received a medical discharge from the army. Lt. Leon J. Mass, who has recently returned from two and one-half years of service in North Africa, is convalescing at an army hospital in Pennsylvania. Sl/c Richard Meyers spent a brief furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Toby Meyers, before leaving for the Pacific Coast. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL • SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South OUT* Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Bench County, featuring the — Nationally Famous Southern Dairiaa Pro %  %  <*BAM duct, and Ice Cream. Mlu • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE C: W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR No 52 9 Independence Rood. West Palm Beach 'too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE TO MEET ON WEDNESDAY A regular meeting of the Snule Farvaltung of the Workmans Circle, Branch 692 will be held Wednesday, 8 p. m. at the Workmen's Circle, 25 Washington Avenue. Plans to open the new children's Shule in the early part of September will be discussed. This will be the first time such an undertaking has been attempted in Greater Miami, where children may learn to speak, read and write in yiddish. A comprehensive course in yiddish literature, history, and folklore is also included. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN HOLD CARD PARTY Rose Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held a card party at the Triton Hotel last night. Proceeds of the affair were contributed to the General Rose Hospital now under construction in Denver. Under the general chairmanship of Miss Edith Schulman and Mrs. Helene Hornick, prizes were awarded, and refreshments served. Custom-Made Seat Covers Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME i-CALLON BOTTLE 6 0; CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES ....... 75c Plus Bottif Oepositi PHONE 2-4128 H?_ 'OA*. SJGUST BROS n Yt: Is the BUM MEMORIAL CHAPEL THOS. M. BURNS. JR. 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PAGE SIX 9-Jewisti fhridfian FRIDAY, JULY 6. TOWN Y ENROLLEES AWAIT VACANCY Leon Lieberman, chairman of the Home Camp Committee of the Town "Y", announces that due to the heavy enrollment, campers who desire to enroll must wait for a vacancy. Over 100 children have thus far been enrolled, with an average daily attendance of 98. Outstanding features in the "Y" Camp curriculum are: Hebrew classes for beginners, photography, making of puppets and folk dancing and many other features. Every Friday afternoon a brief Sabbath service is held in which al the chidren take part. Mrs. Belle Silver is head counselor assisted by Sam Diamond, head of boy counselors and instructor of photography; Audrey Floyd, dancing; Ruth Emanuel, music; Dixie Bates, arts and crafts: Hope Ellen Tanenbaum, dramatics; Esther April, Hebrew and the following counselors: Herbert Geltner, Walter Traurig, Fay Zwick. Harriet Rand, Charles Zalis. Murray Dubbin. Donna Feldman, Harriet Rosenstock, Sheila Suberman, Buddy Wise and Joan Shier. GORDON SWEATER WEATHER AT RED CROSS ROOMS ^[-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMh LlH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Believe it or not, this is sweater weather, at least at Dade County Red Cross Production headquarters. While Miami housewives are busy packing away their woolens in moth balls, the Red Cross is doing the I opposite. Mrs. George B. Romph. chairman of Production corps, is issuing an urgent plea for knitters to make over 2,000 sweaters and 200 army mufflers. The quota of sweaters includes 1,665 sleeveless sweaters for the army; 200 maroon coat sweaters for hospital use and 200 olive drab sweaters for WACs. Mrs. C. F. Goodman, in charge at Production headquarters, 998 W. Flagler St., says wool may be obtained either at that office or in any one of several workrooms located throughout Miami, the %  Beach and Coral Gables. Locations of workrooms are as 'follows: Coral Gables, First Presbyterian Church or Colo; nade Bldg.; Miami Beach, Mor' ris Bros, or home of Mrs. E. N. Matthews, 732 88th St.; Miami Shores Community House: Cocojnut Grove Elementary school; 13032 N.W. 17th ave., Allapattah; Shenandoah Elementary school, room 201; Community House in White housing project, Edison Center; First Christian Church, 230 N. E. Fourth St., and 744 N.W. 54th st. COMMITTEE CALLS MEETING JUNE 11 WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAl HOMES Information Gladly Furruihed on R*i*sl SERVING MIAMI BEACH l> MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \.('-.24 HOUR • IOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Bill Singer, chairman of the hoard t directors of the Miami "Y" and Abe Kuiman, chairman of the Membership Campaign Committee, are calling a joint meeting of th P board and the campaign workers for next Wednesday night, July 11. Over fifty people have been soliciting membership from a prospective list for the past two weeks, and reports will be received that evening. A social hour will follow the meeting. Workers are requested to attend and bring their reports. Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road 1 '2 Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) QUESTION. What are the -Nine Days?" ANSWER: It has become customary' m Jewish life to observe somewhat of a mourning period from the first day of the month of Ab (occuring this year on July 11th) until the Fast Day of the ninth day of Ab, making in total a period of nine days. Of these days meat is not partaken of nor is it permissable to bathe. sinc P these two features are considered luxuries and this nine-day period of mourning over the misfortunes that occurred in Jewish life in this period in history was to be a period without luxuries. Furthermore, the first day of the month of Ab is pointed to as the anniversary of the death of Aaron (Numbers 33:38) and consequently the first of the month, which otherwise is not designated as a mourning day is made an exception of in the month of Ab. It appears then, that as the very first day of Ab ushered in an anniversary of mournful anniversaries so is it observed as the first day of a period of lamentation. QUESTION: Why was he ninth day Ab—"Tishah B'Ah — oi.uring this year on July 19 made a Fast Day? ANSWER: From Biblical sources and their subsequent 'lalmudic interpretations it was d. duced that the First Temple was destroyed at approximately this date (II Kings 25:8 and Jeremiah 52:12). It is generally accepted tnat the burning of the Second 'temple also took place on this very same day. The Talmud also points out that it was on this date that the Hebrews in the desert were the recipients of the decree that they would not be able to enter thp .Promised Land. The city of Bethar was conquered on this date and the city of Jerusalem was plowed over with a plowshare (Talmud Babli, Tractate Taanit, 29a.) It is claimed that this is what the Prophet Zechariah refers to as the "Fast of the Fifth month" (Zechariah 8:19). Taking the count of the months as the Bible does, i.e., trum Nisan as the first month, Ab would hence be the filth month. 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FRIDAY. JULYAi^*Jenisfi fhridUari PAGE SEVEN ^EATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Weliare Board Hlp Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE r\ n r\ rv ^ PARADE! ONLY ABOUT 130.000 JEWISH CHILDREN LEFT New York (JTA)—Only about 1501000 out of a total of 1,350.000 Jewish children who lived in central and eastern Europe before the war have survived the Nazi terror, according to Senator Justin Godard, prominent French leader and president of the World Union OSE, organization for child care, health and hygiene among Jews, who arrived in New York on an official French government mission. Speaking at a reception given in his honor by the American OSE at the Commodore Hotel, Senator Godard, who was a candidate for President of France and a minister in several French cabinets, described the plight of the Jewish children, most of them orphans, who have been saved Horn various concentration camps. About 8,000 Jewish children have survived the horrors oi Buchenwald and Belsen, most notorious German camps, he estimated. The French leader reported that there are now about ten thousand Jewish children under the care of the OSE in France, over (i.OOO of whom are placed with families and about 2,500 of whom are being taken care of in the fourteen institutions and children's homes of the OSE in France. Homes for additional 700 children are now being prepared by the OSE which now maintain.26 medical dispensaries for these children in France, he said. Recalling the agreement recently reached with the French government according to which th Fn rich OSE has been authorized to assume care and hospitalizatum of the Jewish orphans refca.-eii from German camps, SenatmGodard declared that the French government assured a Jewish delegation this week that the Jewish refugee children from Germany, whom French authorities in Paris placed under the care of a non-Jewish welfan organization, will be transferred to Jewish institutions. The guest emphasized the generosity toward the Jewish war refugees shown by the French unvernment authorities. Arthur son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor EskanazL enlisted in the Navy week and was immediately sent to Great Lakes for training. He is taking specialist courses in radar instruction. He completed a year of study at C.i Tech just prior to his entering service. Tech. Sgt. Duke Rosenberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenberg. 2321 S. W. 23th ter.. who was kbe led from Stalag 17-B st April, expects to return nome un furlough soon, he has written his parents. -Graduate of the RCA School low l! lne ering, N. Y., in W3, hi orked as a radio engineer n Warren, O., before enwfine th* AAF in 1942. He received his aerial gun^O' wings in May, 1943. and went uvei eas with th P Eighth y> 1 0 e iollowing July. He reS" ved Air Medal for bombK mis ions over occupied •rancp and Germany before he as sho down in a raid over | !" *furt, Germany, Oct. 4, Don Allen, 17, son of Mr. and E.i %  -. B l nal 'd Mayerson, 1309 "Wild ave., has passed the navy dear test and is awaiting orders wraport to Great Lakes, 111., for munmg. He is a June honor tv,,' "' Mi ami Beach High anrt i was :lw arded the Bosch oZ. J nb scientific medal for outstanding achievement in scison^n CharfcTboodrnan. 19, man ?5o, and Mrs Mo "'s Good^"i"f 3619 Flamingo dr.. is one inp ,J al reser ve officer trainnaval V mcn now at the U. S. Gc| ma base Charleston, S. C. C S un, od the navy m Georao u' after attending Wo rge^chuo Und B ucks college. j2tfZ$F> MU*. th only cr is the one never told! HOSPITALITY BODY 21 GIRLS RECEIVE GET THEATRE TICKETS HUNDRED HOUR PINS With the purchase of 1600 movie tickets this week, the Miami Beach Servicemen's Hospitality Committee has brought its total of movie tickets distributed among army personnel at Miami Beach to 14,600. Members of the armed forces may secure these tickets at the office of Special Services of the AG and SF Redistribution Station, the Miami Beach Service Base, the AAF Redistribution Station No. 2 and the AAF Regional Convalescent Hospital Unit. Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman of the Merchants Division, announced that other phases of the committee's work continues despite the seasonal closing of many stores and restaurants. Courtesy dinners are being extended to service personnel by practically all prominent restaurant and hotel dining rooms. GTs obtain their invitations likewise through the Office of Special Services of the four Army Commands on Miami Beach. Miami Beach merchants continue to present gifts as prizes at army affairs. With the initiation of the Truth and Consequences Contest by the AG and SF Redistribution Station at Flamingo Park last Wednesday, the committee arranged for the winner to receive an invitation for himself and his companion as the guests of one of the Greater Miami night clubs. The Five O'clock Club acted as host to the winner last week. The work of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Hospitality Committee continues to receive commendations from army officers and GI's. The committee this week received a laudatory letter from Major Clarence C. Chaffee, Special Services Officer of the AAF Redistribution Station No. 2, just prior to his transfer to another station. Major Chaffee wrote: "It is with sincere regret that I terminate my assignment at this station. I want to thank you on behalf of tht men of AAF Redistribution Station No. 2 for the cordial and gracious treatment extended to them. "These men who have so recently returned from combat


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PAGE EIGHT *Jet* iitncridian In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N E. 19th St.—Keitular services Fridaf evening at 8:15 p. m Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan i.s delivering a oourM Of lectures on the "Ethics and Ideals of Prayer Book." This week's lecture Is entitled "The Adoration." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. S.-h.i.irei Z. lek Talmud Torah. 1543 S. W. 3rd Street, Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday rnlng services at 9 a. m. Daily -s I'D a. in. and 7:15 p. m. Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Ird Street, FYlday evening ser, ii B itunJay mornI k. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Comervative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave. — Kegjlar services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services • v: • a m. Daily Mlnyan. Cantor Abraham Friedman will offic:ate He' %  %  • %  School dally from Monday tbroOKh Thursday, if a. m. until IS. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Liberal, 761 41t Street. Miami Beach.— Friday evening terdces at 6:45 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. O'thodox. 3'1 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.—Friday evening service a*. 7 ; Sfttui I ay morning service? at • %  n-.. SfentUot Seudo* at p m. Rabbi Moiet Metoheioff w::: portion of ihe law. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant. Summer .-.--: %  :..* of the relil %  hool Monday through Friday, from K 12. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabbae at IS p. m. Friday evening. Saturday mornire Ml vices al %  Mil • %  .;-.* 7:80 i. m. and Sfaariv at 8 p. m. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 OBITUARIES DEUTSCH Mrs. Fannv Deutsch. 45. 1238 N. W. 2nd Street, died In a local hospital on June 26 following a brief illness. Mrs. Deutsch is survived by her husband, Frank: sen, Bernard Samuel; daughter. Man-ia l>ean; her mother, Mrs. Lena Weiss; a Bister, Mrs. Ann,Chester: and brother, Herman Weiss, of Jacksonville. Barvices were held at the chapel of Gordon Funeral Home, Rabbi Simon April officiating. Burial was at Mt. S:t.ai. BLUMENTHAL Mrs Min.i lilumenihal. ::;'. died in a : .1 Thursday, she cams here a year ago from Brooklyn, N. Y.. and lived at 1228 West Ave., Miami Beach. she is survived by her husband, Irving: a ne-day-old Infant, and two other children, Freddy and QabrieL The body was sent to Brooklyn by Riverside Memorial chapel. BRAUMAN The body of Eva lirauman. 48. a widow, wa-s found last Thursday in the roof solarium of an apartment house at HO Jefferson Ave. Doct^s said she had be< n dead for two days and had died from natural causes. Sh< came here nine months ace from Brookline. Mass.. where she was in the nilain! business, and resided here at 1 001 Jefferson Ave. She is surviv..l by bicthers and sisters in Boston and Brookline, where the b Ij was sent Saturday by the RivMemorial chapel for services I trialMIAMIANS ON STATE BAR COMMITTEES Miss Pearl C. Stein, daughter of Mrs. Frances F. Grossman, is spending a week in Chapel Hill, N. C. with friends. From there she will go to Camp Ramapo. N. Y.. where sh P will serve as counselor. Miamians named as members of the Florida State Bar associa-1 tione committees by President • Julius Parker in Tallahassee Saturday, include: D H. Redfearn, civil procedure; Bart A. Riley and Stanley Milledge, criminal law and procedure; W. F. Blanton. James A. Dixon and G. C. Connor, probate and guardianship; John H. Wahl, jr., American citizenship; Albert Bernstein, Clyde Atkins, George Salley, legal education and admission to the bar; Perry Nichols, Harry N. Boureau. Samuel J. Kanner, public relations. D. H. Redfearn, state procedural reform; John C. Wynn, revision judiciary to Florida constitution; John A. Bouvier, special bill of rights committee; Walter H. Beckham. juvenile delinquency: Robedum S. Florence, legal aid; D. H. Redfearn. married women's rights; Hollis Rinehart, jr., war work; Russell A. Rasco, W. J. Hester, refresher courses. C. W. Peters, oil and gas rights; Glynn O. Rasco, Miami Beach, group insurance; L. S. Julian, legal institutes; Perry Nichols, evidence. Radios — Phonographs P. A. Systems -Auto Radios Electrical Contracting Electrical Appliances Refrigeration — Motors — Fans LYONS Radio Electrical Service Telephone 2-7618 440 S. W. 8th Street You can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1945 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP lb A.£ I;' A^£. I'MlJuftH PHCHE 3 26C3 DO YOU NEED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK? If you want a girl for Day Work—at a moment's notice—one who is reliable and competent—call PHONE 2-2648 ALLEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 420 N. E. 2nd Avenue DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washir'/ton Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED Telephone 58 2979 ilr-% v? /••' IS YOUR HOTEL RUNNING A TEMPERATURE? Is your hotel as cool and comfortable as you would like it? Do you pine for January weather in July? In no other business is Air Conditioning 60 vital as in the hotel field. Modern Air Conditioning, engineered to operate at lowest possible cost, is a "must" on every forward-looking hotel man's postwar program. Sole Distributor! in South Florida of Veteran hotel operators are preparing for terrific competition in South Florida after the war. Habits established in wartime will stretch the "season" over the entire year • and Air Conditioned hotels will win the bulk of the business, especially during the warmer months. Belcher consultants remind you that Air Conditioning must be planned to fit your individual hotel for maximum efficiency, lowest possible operating costs and lasting service. Come in now with your architect or consulting engineer to talk over your postwar Air Conditioning plans with Belcher's Air Conditioning specialists. By making your deposit now, you are assured priority delivery >f Carrier Air Conditioning as soon as possible after Victory. Carrier is the system which provides clean, evenly distributed draughtlessair of precisely controlled humidity and temperature : day in and day out, summer and winter! 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^m-
^w^mfTHE JEWISH UNlTTl
Cunt
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^5IumFT8 -NUMBER 27
BIGHTS IS
1 OBJECTIVE OF
Washington (JTA)Achieve-
ment of 'human rights and fun-
damental freedoms for all men
and women, without distinction
as to race language or religion,"
is one of thP five basic objec-
tives of the world security char-
ter adopted at San Francisco,
President Truman told the Sen-
ate in a plea for prompt retifica-
tion of the historic document.
The charter "seeks to achieve
universal respect for and obser-
vance of" basic rights and free-
doms, as well as the removal of
the "economic and social causes
of international conflict and un-
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1945
15 CHAPTERS OF B'NAI
B'RITH GIRLS AT MEET
PRICE TEN CENTS
Fifteen chapters of B'nai
B nth were represented at the
annual conference, B'nai B'rith
Girls, fifth district, held in Wash-
ington June 24-26. War services
for the organization were
werP stressed.
Those elected to office from
Miami were Sarah Rose
Schwartz, president; Tobie Jac-
obskind, first vice-president; Viv-
ian Schaeffer, third vice-presi-
dent; Dot Goldwin, correspond-
ing secretary. Other officers
elected, were Geraline Brinck,
Alexandria, Va., second vice-
president; Shirley Levinson,
Richmond, Va., recording sec-
retary; Eleanor Leon, Norfolk,
Va., treasurer; and Miss Joyce
Treskunoff of Washington, re-
porter.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, co-chair-
man of B'nai B'rith Youth Dist-
rict Five, and Mrs. Dorothy Bor-
enstein, president of the Wo-
rest," tlu President added.
Ear, G. Harrison, former US. SSrWHST were' also prls-"
Commissioner of Immigration ,.nt
igration | ent
and Naturalization, has left for
Europe as President Truman's
personal representative to study
the p o s i t i o n of refugees in
France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland and other countries.
Mr. Harrison will pay special
attention to the problems of
"stateless" refugees and those
who refuse to return to their
native lands. He may also visit
refuge,, camps in Germany and
Austria in order to personally
talk to the refugees and learn of
I their hopes and intentions.
Mr. Harrison succeeded My-
IbbC. Taylor as U. S. represen-
MADE ON JEWS,
Washington (JTA)A vitriolic
attack on Jews and Negroes was
Wre'..n "the Intergovernmental made, Hfj? ^ by Senator ?il-
ICommittee on Regugees. He will
r confer with officials, of the com-
mittee in London soon after
completing his survey of the Eu-
ropean continent, and will dis-
cuss with them plans to care for
racial, religious and political
refugee- who cannot return to
their homes.
HUNGARIAN JEWS
TO
IGO TO PALESTINE
..Sofia (JTA) Thousands of
wews in Hungary are impatient-
ly awaiting an opportunity to
fciV" Palestine, it was re-
orted here this week from Bu-
dapest following the establish-
S .a Palesl'ne office there
| last wei k.
In addition to those desiring
o go o Palestine, there are
jmuands of Jews who wish to
FWMin ,,, Hungary. It ie esti-
mated that about 50,000 Hun-
turn','?, wl have already re-
fc, '" BudaPest from con-
1 rfin d i ca,mPS In Germany
w in Poland. All of them are
Ihonmc '.'',L'd of relief and a"e
fe.f ,'"' aid from the Joint
Pkbibutaon Com
Pft said.
bo of Mississippi in a two-day
filibuster against FEPC appro-
priations, during which he
warned of a "revolution in this
country" if the bill for the estab-
lishment of a Permanent Fair
Employment Practice Commis-
sion is passed.
Sen. Bilbo read a statement
prepared by Rep. John Rankin,
also of Mississippi, and one of
the bitterest oponents of the
FEPC, listing FEPC employees
as Jews, "niggers" and "white
Gentile s." Emphasizing that
population figures show a pro-
portion of twenty Gentiles to
every Jew in America. Bilbo de-
nounced the FEPC for allegedly
compelling different races to
live and work side by side.
ETHAN1,
PRESENT AT BOND
RALLY AND SOCIAL
More than 1,000 people were
present at the B'nai B'rith Bond
Rally and social staged Tues-
day evening at the Blackstone
Hotel Cabana Club and Gard-
ens.
The large crowd participated
in the War Bond Rally that dis-
posed of more than 125 gifts to
high bidders under the auction-
eer's gavel of Dinty Dennis, Mi-
ami sort commentator. Prelim-
inary reports show sales totaling
more than $60,000 to bP added to
the Sholem Lodge quota which
will more than double its orig-
inal goal of one million. Stress-
ing sales of Series E bonds, sev-
eral hundred purchases were
made.
Swimming, dancing and enter-
tainment by Sande Williams'
Air Corps Convaleers preceded
a water show and ballet present-
ed by the Miami Beach Aqua-
cade. Following the show, re-
freshments were served to the
gathering.
Dave Eisen headed the com-
mute in charge of arrangements
of the successful affair.
ENTERPRISES BY
SUB- COMMITTEE ENDS
MIGRATION HEARINGS
imittee, the re-
Oswego (JTA) Five of the
six members of the Congressional
Sub-committee on Immigration
who this week concluded hear-
ings at the emergency refugee
shelter at Fort Ontario express-
ed the hope and belief after two
days of testimony that some-
thing could be done within
existing immigration laws to
make possible the legal entrance
into the United States of a
large majority of the 969 refu-
gees now living in the shelter.
Meanwhile, Congressman
Dickstein sees three possibili-
ties:
1. The* release on parole to re-
lief and welfare organizations of
such persons as can get the ap-
proval of appropriate govern-
mental representatives.
2. The release on bond of all I
the residents at the shelter. Con- j
gressman Dickstein expressed
the belief that there were indi-
viduals and organizarions such
as NRS, National Council of
JEWS IN
ARE UNDERTAKEN
Moscow (JTA)The first steps
towards re-establishment of
Jewish enterprises have been
taken in Poland, according to a
broadcast over the Lublin radio.
The broadcast announced that
in the two-week period between
May 15 and June 1, the Labor
and Production section of the
Central Jewish Cmmittee in
Warsaw granted loans totaling
3,500,000 zlotys (seven hundred
thousand at the pre-war rate of
exchange) for the establishment
of various types of business and
shops.
PLANS MADE FOR THE
ENGLISH JEWISH PRESS
Detroit (JTA)Plans for im-
proving the English-Jewish press
in the United States by encour-
aging the development and
training of men and women in
the field of Anglo-Jewish jour-
nalism, by bettering the public
relations between the newspa-
pers and the Jewish communi-
tieslocally and nationally, and
by improving the appearance
and format of the papers were
outlined here at a two-day meet-
ing of the executive board of the
American Association of English-
Jewish newspapers.
Philip Slomovitz, editor of the
Detroit Jewish News and presi-
dent of the association, disclosed
that the publishers are discuss-
ing with national Jewish leaders
the question of how the press
can help Jewish communities
develop greater community spirit
and Jewish consciousness, what
it can do to spur the contribu-
tion of funds for essential Jew-
ish needs and how the papers
can best support Jewish educa-
tional and cultural centers.
NAVY STILL SILENT
L
L
MALARIA IS STILL
IN THE NEAR EAST
Jerusalem (JTA)Malaria is
still a menace in Palestine, and
a widespread epidemic is threat-
ened as a result of recent heavy
rains, according to Dr. Abraham
Katznelson, head of the Health
Department of the Jewish Na-
tional Council.
He revealed that a cable has
been sent to the Hadassah Or-
ganization in the United States
urging it to ship ten tons of
D.D.T. powder, thP new insecti-
cide developed by the U. S.
Army, and also penicillin.
Dr. Katznelson reported that
Palestine Jewish health groups
have done much to combat ma-
laria among troops in Italy and
Burma, and Lieut. Col. G. Mehr.
Jewish anti-malarial expert and
one of the world's greatest ex-
perts in the field, is now in Bur-
ma.
Washington (JTA)While the
Navy Department continued to
refuse to makP any comment on
the anti-Jewish material dis-
tributed among servicemen by
the U. S. Armed Forces Insti-
tute, which operates under the
joint auspices of the Army and
Navy, the War Department has
permitted publication of an
"orientation fact sheet" instruct-
ing discussion leaders in the
Army on how to combat racial
propaganda and prejudices
among men in the armed serv-
ices.
The "orientation fact sheet."
which was sent by the War De-
partment, last month, to all
units throughout the world, em-
phasizes that any American who
spreads prejudice against minor-
itiesCatholics, Jews, Negroes,
foreign-born, and others is
whether he knows it or not,
playing the Axis game. It sug-
gests that in talks on racial
prejudice Army discussion lead-
ers should stress the following
points:
1. Racial and religious preju-
dices are not only un-Christian
and un-American, but are dead-
ly weapons used by the Ger-
mans and the Japanese in their
war against democracy.
2. All of us are members of
minority groups which have
been scapegpaled at one time or
another.
3. Once prejudice is used
against any group it spreads to
other groups.
4. Prejudice makes all of us
poorer economically and robs us
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
ESSS* PURCHASE IS
PROVOKING PROTESTS
-^^^"A^tralia (JTA)-
Stdsp .f a bufldtoa by
"la from fhederatIon of Aus-
elhniM -the municipality of
(TO!? rovokin*numer-
!asses" adiominT.h?^/685^1 Jewish Women, and HIAS which
the site of the wou,d gladly cooperate in pro-
viding such bond.
3. Declare all the residents at
the shelter to be illegal immi-
grants, thus turning them over
to the Immigration Department,
making it possible for them to
be treated as all other illegal im-
migrants. This would enable the
individual refugee to make ap-
plication for a change of status,
and to leave the country tem-
porarily after a pre-examination
to accomplish such change of
status.
London (JTA) The first
world Zionist conference to be
held since the outbreak of the
war will convene here on July
30. Zionist headquarters an-
nounced.
The announcement said that
representatives of the Zionist or-
ganizarions of fourteen countries
will attend. The largest contin-
gent, about 30, will come from
Palestine, and thP next largest
from the United States. The U.
S. representatives will be head-
ed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and
Dr. Israel Goldstein.
AUSSIE VETS WANT ALL
ALIENS TO BE EXPELLED
PARTIAL LIST OP
GERMAN CAMPS IS
SHOWN BY LUBLIN
pucture.
toed tSr!S5 ,lhe,news ot the al-
K repo"!^^' '?! newspapers
ft arc Ltnat the Zionis* >ead-
"d are ^"or,!Js tnese Protests
compleemdnd'nR that the sale
P* Mason* Gra"d Lodge of the
F* to th-**1^" haVe their
Hding tJ.f .V1nity of the
h among the dienied that the*
"g aBinftt!,heeesa2entS Pr0teSt"
NOTICEI
We call attention to our
subscribers that effective
July 15, 1945, subscription
rates to The Jewish Florid-
ian will be increased to
$3.00 per year, $2.00 for six
months, two years, $5.00.
Renewals of all subscrib-
ers will be accepted at the
old rate until October 15.
New subscribers will pay
increased rates.
We have delayed this
move hoping we would be
able to continue at our or-
iginal nominal rate. Gen-
eral conditions have neces-
sitated this increase.
As soon as War time re-
strictions relax, we plan to
give our subscribers a larg-
er publication.
Wellington, New Zealand
(JTA)Returning war veterans
have launched a campaign for
the expulsion from New Zealand
of all enemy aliens, including
Jewish refugees, who arrived in
this country after 1939, and urg-
ed that their property be con-
fiscated.
Alarmed at the campaign,
which is being conducted by the
veterans' association, Jewish
refugees here have pointed out
that they cannot return to Ger-
many because they do not wish
to take their children to a coun-
try which is still infested with
anti-Jewish feelings. The vet-
erans' group, however, is insist-
ing that all refugeeswhether
Jewish or non-Jewish should
be ordered to return to Germany
and Austria in order to "safe-
guard the interests of the return-
ing servicemen.
AUSTRALIA ASKS FOR
NEW QUOTA SYSTEM
Sydney, Australia (JTA)An
immigration quota system which
would not discriminate on the
basis of race, color or religion
has been suggested by the na-
tional conference of the Federat-
ed Ironworkers Association.
The secretary of the associa-
tion, E. Thornton, recently at-
tacked Australia's policy of ex-
cluding non-Caucasian immi-
grants. Thornton will represent
the powerful Australasian Coun-
cil of Trade Unions at the World
Trade Union Conference in Paris
Moscow (JTA)A partial list
of former Nazi concentration
camps in the Soviet-occupied
1 section of Germany in which
Jews are still residing was broad-
cast this week by the Lublin ra-
dio.
It said that 450 women and 50
men are in a camp at Ludwigs-
dorf, where they are being cared
for by local authorities and a
Jewish committee. About 550,
most of whom are ill, remain at
Wichti-Ersdort. Over 1.000 are
at Waldenburg, of whom 660 are
liberated prisoners and the re-
mainder are relatives who join-
ed them subsequent to their re-
lease. Of 3,000 Jews who were
used for slave labor in the fac-
tories of Langenbielau, 120 are
still working in the textile mills
there.
FOREIGN NAMES NOT
AN AID. SAYS ELEANOR
New York (JTA) Foreign
names are a difficult barrier to
successful amalgamation of the
American people, Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt claims in an article in
the current issue of Liberty mag-
azine.
Foreign names have severely
retarded complete unity in the
United States because they "of-
ten segregate people as much as
color or religion and keep them
tied to their particular back-
grounds and the homelands from
which they come" writes Mrs.
Roosevelt. Immigrants would be
urged to Americanize their
names for this would be an im-
portant stride toward a more uni-
fied nation, she recommends.

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+Jewisti FlcricJian
FRIDAY, JULY 6,
1945
PERSONALS
Rabbi Simon April left Sunday
for a month's stay in the North.
Aftor spending two weeks in
New York, Miss Edith Shier,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shier, 1236 S. W. 21st Terrace,
will attend the summer session
Jit Western Reserve University.
Miss Shier is a junior at the Un-
iversity of Miami.
PERSONALS
Miss Quecnip Stella Machtcl
left Wednesday to spend two
weeks in New York visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein
left Wedn'jsday to spend a
month in the north.
Mrs. Anna Schoenfeld, 305 S.
W. 1st St., left for Washington,
D. C, where she will visit her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Rozansky at their sum-
mer cottage Shady Site, on the
lake.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
leave Sunday to take a number
of graduate courses at the Ber-
nard Revel Graduate School in
New York. During that period
he will visit a number of nation-
al institutions and attend the an-
nual convention of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America, of which
he is past vice-president and
now an executive member.
Dave Wiilner returned to the
city after a two-week business
trip in New York.
Mr. George Goldberg, of Mi-
ami, is visiting at the Hotel New
Yorker. New York.
Miss Adelaide Sherman re-
turned to her home in Philadel-
phia after spending two weeks
at the Shorcham Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Horn,
1632 Meridian Avenue, have left
the city to go on a short sum-
mer vacation at Atlantic City,
New Jersey. They expect to re-
turn to Miami Beach by the 10th
df July.
WEDDINGS
Mrs. Anna Berow, 1012 Third
Street, Miami Beach, left this
week to visit her children in Chi-
cago and New York.
Miss Sonja Pallot will spend
four weeks with relatives and
friends in New Jersey and Penn-
sylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Freeh-
ling, accompanied by their chil-
dren, Jeanne and Allen, will
leave Sunday to visit with their
family for Chicago.
Miss Naomi Grossman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, 1419 S. W. 5th Street,
returned from Tulane Univer-
sity where she received her mas-
ter degre from th School of So-
cial Work.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M
Peretzman will leave Sunday on
a trip which will take them to
New York City where they will
join their daughter and grand-
daughter at the Governor Clin-
ton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Peretz-
man will also visit with their
son, Billy, who is in boot train-
ing in Bainbridge and spend
some time with friends and rela-
tives in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenspan,
802 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a son
Monday, July 2, at Jackson Me-
morial.
Cpl. and Mrs. Harry Kelman
announce the birth of a son,
Paul Brian, June 16 at St. Fran-
cis Hospital. Mrs. Kelman is the
former Jessica August, daughter
of Mr. and Mi's. Michael August,
447 S. W. 28th Road.
Formal announcement of the
engagement of Miss Shirley Box-
er, daughter of Mrs. Freda Box-
er, ..mi the late Ben H. Boxer, to
I'll-. Colman Pont was made at
a party Saturday evening. Ov-
er 200 guests were present at the
reception.
Miss Boxer attended Washing-
ton University, and is a graduate
of the Jewish Hospital School of
Nursing in St. Louis.
The son of Mrs. Sadie and the
lat, Edward Pont. 2611 S. W. 5th
Ave., Pfc. Pont attended Miami
Senior High school, and has been
a member of the armed forces
for the past four and one-half
years. He is now stationed at
Miami Beach.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
After a two-week wedding
trip in Maine, Sgt. and Mrs. Har-
old Finn are at home in Warner
Robbins, Ga., where Sgt. Finn is
stationed. Sgt. Finn and the
former Miss Beatrice Schulman
were married June 3 in Temple
Israel, New York City.
The former Miss Schulman is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Schulman, 739-11 St.,
Miami Beach. Sgt. Finn is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Finn of
New Bedford, Mass. He has just
completed his radar course at
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology.
Miss Edith Schulman, the
bride's sister, was maid of hon-
or. Best man was Irving Finn,
brother of the groom.
One hundred and fifty guests
attended the reception in the
hall of the temple. They were
rceived by the parents of the
bride and groom.
OBSERVE GOLDEN
WEDDING DAY
Joined by their [,,milv !
thirteen grand children mh ?nd
great grand children" 5d ^
Mrs. Joseph Plotkin celcL.j
wlf goiden S?ddin8 "nnilSK
Wednesday. The observan^^
held at the home oi 5R2
ter, Mrs. Ethel Gould 1554ft
!4th Street. With JtnfVfi
! occasion were thei, .,,., '"e
, Plotkin, and daughter? ifa*?
, W. Brown, from Cueanr" .
; grandson, Sgt. Arthur Gold' It
:S A, stationed at Venice; 'also
their sons, Harry Plotkin and
1 Jack Plotkin, who live here
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. For-
man, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio,
announce the forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Selma,
of Miami, to Corporal Philip L.
Jacobs on Wednesday, July 11,
at the home of Dr. Jacob Kap-
lan, 6996 Indian Creek Dr., Mi-
ami Beach at 7:30 p. m. A re-
ception will be held at the Rex
Hotel, 618 Euclid Ave. at 8 p. m.
to which friends are invited.
A son. Joseph Stanley, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Wellisch,
818 S. W. Second Street, June 30,
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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Final plans for a gay after-
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and boating, as well as numer-
ous out-door games, have been
set by the Emma Lazarus Group
of B'nai B'rith for members and
their friends on Sunday. July 8.
A truck will pick up Miami
Beach members in front of the
YM-YWHA, 1 Lincoln Road at
10:30 p. m. and continue to Mi-
ami to pick up town participants
in back of Burdincs Department
Store at 11 o'clock Each young
lady has been asked to pack a
lunch for twoherself and her
escort, or for herself and one of
the many redistribution soldiers
who have been invited to par-
ticipate. The outing will be at
Greynolds Park.
Jerusalem (PTA) The con-
troversy over whether an Arab
or Jew is to become mayor of
Jerusalem was further compli-
cated this week when all Arab
municipal councilors submitted
their resignation. Although, ac-
cording to customary procedure,
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been submitted to Acting Mayor
Daniel Auster, a Jew, the Arabs
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*Jewist fkricfian
PAGE THREE
''Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
FURNITURE NEEDED
FOR DAY ROOM
On the Watchout
Jewish organization! in Amer-
l/ are more concerned than
ecver over the inerMte of anti-
Ipmitic propaganda throughout
?h"country With the war
Europe over, anti-Semitic
becoming more
iroUps arc becoming more and
more active, since they are no
Sneer afraid of being accused
'{ spreading Nazi propaganda
One central Jewish body
dealing with the work of com-
batting anti-Semitism says out-
snokci'h that it "forsees no mi-
racle that will wipe out anti-
Semitism in our time." ... The
disclosure that the Army and
Navy distributed a correspon-
dence course containing anti-
Jewish statements is adding to
the pessimism prevailing among
Jewish groups here Although
the course was recalled, it is
obvious that some persons in
the Armv and Navy must have
been interested in distributing
it Copies of this course
reached Jewish organizations
about three months ago. And
negotiations for the recall of the
course were conducted quietly
in the hope that the entire af-
fair would receive no publicity
. Apparently with the inten-
tion o! counteracting the anti-
Jewish propaganda contained in
the course, the War Department,
last month, issued an "orienta-
tion fact sheet" in which Army
officers were instructed to im-
press upon the servicemen the
fact that racial prejudice is con-
trary to the ideals for which
America lights ... No such ac-
tion is known to have been
taken so far by the Navy De-
partment.
Zionist Sidelights
The Arabs in Palestine have
won a new "friend" in the
United States ... I mean the
women's organization known as
four Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandiie
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
"We, the Mothers, Mobilize for
America" This organization
is now circulating a petition em-
phasizing that "Palestine was
the home of th(. Arabs for 4,-
000 years, and for many thou-
sand years was the cradle of
Christianity" The "mothers"
therefore ask that "Palestine be
controlled by Christians
throughout the world" An-
other petition circulated by the
"mothers" demands that all Jews
be designated members of a
"separate distinct nation," re-
gardless of place of birth or resi-
dence ... It asks Congress to
proclaim the Jews a separate
"race" b e c a us e "Jews nave
never been assimilated and have
retained their nationality" .
Everything points to the fact
that the Silver-Wise conflict will
be settled very soon Indica-
tive of thp situation is the fact
tha the executive of the Zionist
Organization of America desig-
nated Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver
and Rabbi Israel Goldstein as
ZOA delegates to the Zionist
conference which opens in Lon-
don at the end of July Hayim
Greenberg, the Zionist
leader who resigned the chair-
manship of th executive of the
Zionist Emrgency Council, is de-
termined not to accept any of-
ficial position in the Council
even after the Silver-Wise con-
flict is straightened out But
the Mizrachi may return to the
Council from which it withdrew
its representatives as a result of
thp internal fight .
Jewish Wisdom
"The Wisdom of Israel." an
anthology of Jewish sayings and
writings from Biblical times up
to today, is the latest contribu-
tion by Lewis Browne of Ameri-
can literature Published by
Random House, this 750-page
anthology contains only an in-
significant part of the essence of
the Jewish contribution to the
world's morals and culture .
Yet it will be greeted by Jew
and non-Jew alike And the
publishers are quite justified in
terming this volume a corn-
There is need for furniture
of every type to equip a re-
ception and day room at the
Naval Gunnery School in Mi-
ami. The room will be used
to entertain the parents and
friends of the men in train-
ing, lacking at pesent.
All furniture will be reup-
holstered. repainted and re-
finished. Studio couches, so-
fas, lamps, chairs, coffee ta-
bles and pictures, regardless
of condition, are among the ar-
ticles needed. They will be
picked up by Navy trucks up-
on calling 2-1141 or 2-4463.
tices of Orthodox Judaism .
Compared with the ethics
preached by Conservative and
Reform Judaism of today, the
ethics of the Orthodox Jew, as
summarized in "Wisdom of
Israel," are of captivating in-
terest, since they reflect Jewish
moral history of many centuries
. Mr. Browne also includes in
his anthology wisdom from the
New Testament, arguing that
"this wisdom is unmistakably
Hebraic," becausP those who ut-
tered it were all born in Israel
. The Talmudic period is well
represented in the anthology
through excerpts from thP Mish-
nah, the Gemara and the Mid-
_. rash Jehudah Halevi, Mai-
'aDor monides, Spinoza, thP Vilna
Gaon, the Baal Shem-Tov, Nach-
man Bratzlaver, Chassidic say-
ingsall are part of the antho-
logy, as are Moses Mendelssohn,
Heinrich Heine, Bialik, Sholem
Aleichem, Israel Zangwill and
other Jewish thinkers of modern
times Wide as is the scope
and variety of Mr. Browne's
selections, his anthology reflects
only a very small part of what
such an anthology could include
. But this is hardly the fault
of Mr. Browne, since full justice
cannot be done, to the wisdom
of the Jews for thirty centuries
by presenting it in one volume.
Men and Deeds
Judge Samuel Rosenman, an
intimate friend of the late Presi-
dent Roosevelt and one of Presi-
dent Truman's advisers, had an
opportunity to become the
mayor of New York ... He de-
clined the offer to run for mayor
in thp forthcoming municipal
DEMAND RESIGNATION
OF JEWISH AGENCY
Tel Aviv (JTA)A resolution
demanding the resignation of
the executive of the Jewish
Agency and the convocation of
a body authorized to elect an-
other executive composed of rep-
resentatives of parties supporting
the demand for thP establish-
ment of a Jewish State within
an undivided Palestine, was
adopted at an all-Palestine con-
ference of the General Zionists,
group "B".
The resolution was passed fol-
lowing addresses voicing severe
criticism of, the present compo-
sition of the Jewish Agency
executive. The conference also
approved the non-participation
of the General Zionists "B" in
the Jewish National Council of
Palestine. A resolution to this
effect stated that the Council
does not represent the Jews of
Palestine and is not authorized
to speak in their behalf.
Meanwhile, the split within
the Jewish National Council
caused by the withdrawal of the
Mizrachii and Poale Mizrachi
delegates was partially healed
when the latter group voted to
instruct its representative, S. Z.
Shragai, to return.
The Poale-M i z r a c h i action
came as a result of a resolution
adopted by the council urging
strict observance of the Sabbath
in all and every Jewish enter-
prise. The Mizrachi labor or-
ganization, at the same time
asked the world Mizrachi organi-
zation to instruct its leader. Rab-
bi Meir Berlin, to return to the
council. Rabbi Berlin withdrew
at the same time as Shragai.
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
1945
TISHA B'AB j
Thursday, July 19
ROSH HASHONAH <
Saturday, Sept. 8
Sunday. Sept. 9 !
YOM KIPPUR
Monday, Sept. 17
SUCCOTH
Saturday, Sept. 22
to Sunday, Sept. 30
CHANUKAH
First Candle,
Friday, Nov. 30
YIZKOR
or Memorial Services for the de-
parted are conducted on the fol-
lowing Holidays:
YOM KIPPUR
Monday. Sept. 17
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can-born Jews whose knowledge
of the voluminous literature of
their people is limited will feel
proud of the wisdom and lore of
Israel as presented in thP selec-
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And one of the sections which
no doubt, will impress them
most will be the one dealing
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an unprecedented majority
Baron Edouard Rothschild, who
was forced to leave France after
Petain concluded an armistice
with the Germans, returned this
week to his home in Paris .
During his five years of "exile"
in New York, he took an active
interest in Jewish affairs, parti-
cularly in affairs concerning
French Jews Mary Zimmer-
man, the 76-year old chairman
of the Hebrew University com-
mittee in Chicago, received a ci-
tation from the University of
Chicago for work done in build-
ing up a scholarship fund from
among the alumni of Marshall
High School wherP she was a
teacher for 46 years The fund
enables worthy high school
graduates to continue their stu-
dies in college And speaking
of citations, we learn that the
War Department has awarded to
Capt. Lewis L. Strauss, former
president of Temple Emanuel in
New York, an Oak Leaf Cluster
to the Legion of Merit The
award was given to him for "ex-
ceptionally meritorious conduct
in the performance of outstand-
ing services of inestimable
value" Lovers of art will be
interested to learn that the As-
sociated American Artists have
becomp he exclusive agency for
the paintings of James N. Rosen-
berg, who is known not only as
an outstanding Jewish leader,
but also as a fine artist ... We
learn from our friend David J.
Gaiter, editor of the Philadel-
phia Jewish Exponent, that Dr.
Julius H. Greenstone's book en-
titled "Jewish Feasts and Fasts'
which was received with high
praise, was the result of essays
written by the author in the
Jewish Exponent .In the
light of all the stones that are
consantly being thrown at the
English-Jewish weekly news-
papers in this country, it is sig-
nificant that a volume so highly
praised was the result of ma-
terial supplied exclusively by
onp of these papers.
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FRIDAY. JULY 6.
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VOLUME 18 NUMBER 27
THE FOUNDATIONS HAVE BEEN LAID
Written for Phineas J. Biron's "Strictly Confidential" by
PIERRE VAN PAASSEN
What has happened in the last quarter century in Pales-
tine is really this: there, in the Holy Land, the foundations have
been laid down for the Third Hebraic Commonwealth. The
walls of Israel's own house are up. The garden has been laid
out. The road has been built. Even now the roof is being put
into place. And there is good hope, too, if regard is had to the
phenomenal growth of pro-Zionist sentiment in America, where
vast numbers of Jews and a great many non-Jews have had
their eyes opened in recent years to the beauty and the justice
of the ideal of Zion Restoredthere is good hope that the com-
pletion of the national structure in Eretz Israel will not be de-
layed overlong.
In the midst of the anxiety and uncertainty of the present
moment of historical transition it is perhaps well to look at the
marvelous achievements of the Jewish people's pioneers in the
Land of Israel, and to rejoice, to break into a hymn of joy and
gratitude, if only to pierce the gloom that has prevailed in
Jewish life since Adolf Hitler came to poweran unburdening
of emotionsas it were, for all these years in which we have
seen evil. Every lover of Zion, be he Jew or non-Jew, has
ample reason to feel glad and be proud of what has been
done in Palestine.
The Land of Israel is teeming with creative activity from
one end to the other. Palestine has functioned and continues to
function as one of the most telling, most effective contributing
factors in the cause of Allied victory. The sons of the New
Palestine have been in the forefront of the legions advancing
upon the heart of Festung Europa. In Greece, in Crete, in the
Libyan desert, in Ethiopia, in Sicily, on the Italian mainland
the pagan swastika has been forced into retreat before the
banners of the Star of David. Without the industries of Palestine,
said Lord Strabolgi in the House of Lords, Britain may well
have suffered a disaster in the Near East greater than Dun-
kirk or Singapore.
The Palestinian Jews have built themselves an army on
top of a national economic apparatus which for its size is with-
out peer anywhere in the world. Their system of social laws
and institutions, based on the precepts of the Prophets, is today
the object of the admiration and the solicitude of all the world's
men of good will, who know that something worth-while and
precious has again come out of that Zion whence Torah shall
go forth in the fullness of time. The educational system of the
country, comparable to that of the most advanced European
lands, topped by the great university on Mount Scopus and the
House of Healing which Hadassah has built, might well be
the pride and envy of many a richer and larger state.
And with all that the Hebrew language is a living organism
again and flourishes in a rich new literature, growing strong as
a tree grows strong, as the spoken idiom of vast numbers of
Jews.
Great and marvelous things these! Things well worth
talking about and even worth shouting about from the house-
tops, if only the Jewish people, who have just come through
the most gruesome ordeal in their long and melancholy history,
will take heart one more, will regain the courage and that
faith which alone sustained their fathers through catastrophe
after catastrophe, as it so often sustained those who inherited it
from Judaism when experience and reason threw all their
weight into the scale of despair.
Both in Palestine and in America the foundations have
been laid; in Palestine the physical framework of the Hebraic
Commonwealth, in America the ideological patterns of a great
movement through the fact that hundreds of thousands of Jews
are ready to help translate into action the ideal of Jewish na-
tional regeneration. Moreover, the war has shown one thing,
something on which the Gentiles were never in doubt, but
which some Jews sometimes foolishly denynamely this: that
^he Jews are not merely a religious community of great an-
tiquity (they are that, too), but that they are also a people, a
people with a territory of its own, with a history, with wars,
dynasties, a civilization of its own and a great epic literature
which has moulded the thought of half the civilized world. The
peoplehood of the Jews is an undeniable, tangible fact for all
the world to see and to reckon with.
For that civilization of the Jewish people, Judaism, is again
ready and willing, trembling in the portals of time, as it were,
to become a contributing factor to the sum total of civilization by
operating from a spiritual-national Jewish center in Palestine.
By the radiation of its life-giving energy it will revive the droop-
ing and withering Jewries in the Diaspora and make them, too,
contributing factors to the civilization of the peoples among
whom they dwell.
The spiritual framework is ready and in Palestine the
physical framework, the economic, social and material frame-
work has been set up to receive, absorb and integrate vast
masses of Jews, all the Jews, in fact, who are at present in dis-
tress in the European chaos and who, as the two international
conference on refugees showed, have no other place to go on
earth but their own land, Eretz Israel.
What is the world going to do about it? Will the world let
(See last column this poge)
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Miami 18
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(Editor's Notes Boa 2:17:1 ''
l>i,si ..ill,.- address of tin; Jewish
Floridian, In which i.s placed moun-
tainous amounts of news releases
from organizations and Individuals
nil over the country. Under this title
will appear a digest of some of this
material.)
The Board of Directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds meeting in
Detroit June 24th approved in
principle a report favoring na-
tional advisory budgeting sub-
ject to the acceptance of such a
program by its member welfare
funds, federations and commun-
ity councils. The program, if
adopted, would provide for the
review by a representative na-
tional committee of the budgets
of national and overseas agen-
cies, and reporting of the find-
ings to the member agencies as
a guide in distributing the funds
raised by each community.
NAVY DEPARTMENT IS
SILENT ON COURSES
Chaplain S. Joshue Kohn of
the United States Maritime
Service, attending the Rabbi-
nical Assembly Conference at
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, announced
the Assembly's adoption of a
pension plan which for the
first time assures security to
the Conservative rabbis, who,
as ministers, do not share in
the Social Security Law. The
plan calls for part payment by
the rabbi, the congregation,
and a pension fund at the dis-
posal of the Rabbinical As-
sembly.
"The Jewish people feel as a
whole that no human cause is
foreign to their interest." wrote
Mrs. Stephen Wise, president of
the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, in a
letter accompanying a $100 con-
tribution from her organization
received yesterday by the Amer-
ican Committee for Yugoslav re-
lief For the past twelve
months, the branches of the Jew-
ish National Workers' Alliance
have raised through the Nation-
al Labor Committee for Pales-
tine (Gaverkshaften Campaign
for the Hisatdrut) the amount of
$550,000.
Appealing for immediate rat-
ification of the United Nations
charter, the Interim Commit-
tee of the American Jewish
Conference addressed a letter
to the ninety-six members of
the U. S. Senate, urging each
Senator to cast his vote for
American affirmation of the
world charter. The three co-
chairmen of the Conference's
Interim Committee are Henry
Monsky. Dr. Israel Goldstein
and Louis Lipsky. Monsky was
a consultant to the U. S. dele-
gation at San Francisco.
Harry Viteles, former director .
of th Palestine Economic Cor-
poration, who arrived this week |
in Europe as a representative of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, has been assigned to head
one of ten missions now going
into German concentration
camps "The strong interest
which Jews south of the Rio
Grand,, have in aiding their suf-
fering co-religionists in liberat-
ed Europe is expressed in their
eagerness to participate fully in
the work of the J. D. C." Miss
Gertrude D. Pinsky, returning
from a fifteen month assignment
in nine Latin American coun-
tries where she served the J. D.
C, said.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
of the potential contributions of
minorities.
5. Prejudice diverts attention
from the real issues and pre-
vents us from finding solutions
to our problems.
6. Prejudice means disunity
which postpones victory and en-
dangers world peace.
Emphasiing that "prejudice is
contagious" the "fact sheet"
points out that Hitler started by
persecuing Jews, but later he di-
rected his attacks against Catho-
lics, Protestants, Liberals and
eventually nearly all the people
of the world. "History has
taugh us that when we discrimi-
nate against one segment of the
people, we set a pattern that
may be used against other
groups." the orientation guide
states.
The story of America, the
Army "fact sheet" says, is proof
that there are no "superior" or
"inferior" people. "Our country
has been made great by people
who came from every land un-
der th(, sunpeople with names
like Carnegie, Sikorsky, Tosca-
nini, Einstein, Osierand thou-
sands more," it points out. "But
it isn't only the big names, the
Hall of Fame names, who have
made Americaany more than
it is only the big names who are
winning the wajr."
A War Department spokesman
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency this week that the cor-
respondence course containing
anti-Jewish statements, which
was distributed by the U. S.
Armed Forces Institute, was sent
to 2.609 members of the armed
forces in various parts of the
world. The Institute, he reveal-
ed purchased 9,000 aropics of the
course.
The course, together with the
textbooks containing the anti-
Semitic material, was purchased
from the University of Alabama,
one of the 85 universities and
colleges cooperating with the In-
stitute, which operates under
the auspices of the Army and
Navy, the War Department
spokesman disclosed. It was
used for approximately one year,
he added.
Emphasizing that the 2.609
soldier and sailor students who
used or are using this course are
scattered all over the world, the
War Department official said
that this accounts for the fact
that it is still cropping up here
and here. He pointed out that
the institute began moving tow-
ard elimination of the coursP in
October, because it failed to meex
the Army's academic standards.
Planning has been started for
a new course to begin early next
month, he declared. Work on
this course is continuing. In the
meantime, with the controversial
course eliminated, nothing has
replaced it. He added that the
2.609 students who applied for
and received the course consti-
tute a very small percentage of
the over 1,000.000 students in
the Army and Navy who took
USAFI courses.
Included among local resi-
dents successful in obtaining the
statp license to practice dentistry
was Robert L. Kaplin. Beverly
R. Cohen and Shirley Stamen
passed the dental hygienist ex-
aminations.
FRATERNAL ORDER^T
HAVEBOAJEXCURsfoN
mat TeKXCUlfi0? Sl">iUSPOaS7rDa
m. The boat will ](it I p-
Pier 6, Miami Yad Basin >
bers and public arc SaM*
nvited.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY
_gncd, deal
111 business under the
the un.le;-slKno(V.",l,.';!:i|!;',VI":N' ,h<
" enMn
m nusiness under the II, i. '*Ht
"r, ALTON SPORTSW r U"Xam'
Alton Koad, Ml:lm| :. ,,h PiSi>
Intends to register said ,m1lorl<1.
the Clerk of the Circuit".?! *'
Dade County. Florida Court
MAX 8HEREMBTA.
ISAAC JOPFE ,S"lc 0wner
NOTICE IS HEREBY
e undersigned, deal
n business under the
mKOT**
ii iiuoiiifw.1 UiHlri' flip fir-! it ."'**
>t McMulUn Apart,,,.,,! ,. $"?
...th Street. Miami. K|,
:o register said name with
SLS?.Clrou" <-' of Dad, CoMtV;
Florida.
the Clerk
c Cow
LBNAR08HN,
LEON KAPLAN. Sole 0wb
Attorney for Applicant
6/is.a.a 7/s.,j
NOTICE IS HERKIiY I1IVBM H^
the undersigned, de.sl,iK to^rJJS
In business under the fictlt lo\i, ,m!
of Gurtner-s Cleaners, at mo % 2?
8th .Street, Miami. pBridi m,d.?;
register said name with the Ctert of
BorlSf00" Court at "*^
MYERS & HEIMANUV "0U)-
Attorneys for Applicant
_______________ '13-22-29 7/6-11
NOTICE
0tap&'ecat,on m
Chapter 20722 Ag. oft*
NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;|VEN that
James and Julia Shugruc holder o
County Tax Certificate So -16S U
sued the 7th day of June, A. |> m,
have filed same in my ofth uS
have made application for a tax Hwj
to be Issued thereon. Said Certt
rate embraces the followli i .Inscribed
BK2Lta ,he c",l,l,v kTaK
of Florida, to-wlt:
It 23. Block B, S-mlnole
{.awns, a Sub., Ptat Hm,k it
I'ng-e 4, In the Count] of Had*
State of Florida. '
The assessment of *:ii,i prnrti
under the said certificate wa |n the
name of: Comm. Hk. & Tr 0
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according t<. l.,w, the prop.
erty described therein |1| be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday in
the mouth of August, 1945, which Ii
the 6th day of August, 1946.
Dated this 27th day of .lime. 19(5
E. B. LBATHER.MAN,
Clerk of circuit Court, 1'ade
County. Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. ('. STERRETT, D. C
6/29 7/6-13-20.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN till
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name d
LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO.
(not Inc.) at 61 South Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, and Intend to rents-
ter the said fictitious name in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
HERMAN SALUR
ABRAHAM SALUK
Owners
QEOROR CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants
6/29 7/6-13-20-27
Mrs. Norman Weisman of
Plainfield, N. J., and daughter,
Carol, are visiting with her sis-
ters, Mrs. Harry Steinberg and
Mrs. Ida Marcus.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FII.I-: NO. S9748
Notice Is hereby given that Lis-
beth G. Scarborough holder as as-
signee of City of Miami V. \ Certifi-
cate Numbered 41'iiL'. dated the 1st
day of June, A. D 1942, has filed
said Certificate in my office, and has
made application for t.i* ">! to
issue thereon in accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated In
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: ,,
Iy>t 3. Block 12, Riverside
Farms Amended, Plat H<* 7
Page 88. In the City of -Miami,
County of Dade, State "f Florida.
The assessment of -alii property
under the said Certificate Issued ml
In the name of Unknou n. ^
Unless said Certificate shall w
redeemed according to law, ta """,
will Issue thereon on the IM da)' 0I
August. A. D. 194.-,.
Dated this 27th day of June. A. v.
194*
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court, bade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) __-, n C
By N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
6/29 7/6-13-20-27 ______
Details of new scientific at at-
tack on anti-Semitism and other
minority problems in the United
States were announced by
the American Jewish Congress
which has created a Commission
on Community Interrelations to
carry out the job. ThP attack
is based on a two-fold approach
to study the reason for tension
and conflict and to conduct an
action program to overcome re-
ligious and racial frictions .
70th Anniversary Celebration
Committep of the Hebrew Union
College at Cincinnati is offer-
ing a prize of $200 for the words
J.r,a nvmn to commemorate the
70th birthday of the College.
Trip words are to be sung to the
tune of "America the Beauti-
ful an air chosen because of
its suitability for congregational
singing .
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
nelp preserve Democracy.
Israel live, or must he again take up the wanderer's staif and
recommence that doleful journey to and fro in this Christian
world of ours, driven from pillar to post, leaving an imprint o
blood wherever his footsteps pass? Or will he world at last
end the scandal of history andin the new era which stands
before the door now that the war for freedom "everywhere in
the world" has been fought and wonalso give the Jewisn
people its rightful place in the sun? h
This issue can no longer be evaded. The fate of the Jewisn
people cannot longer be referred to the Greek Calends. n
hour of decisions has come. Ii the Jewish people do not ge
their commonwealth in Palestine now, after all the magnificent
contributions they have made to the victory of democracy ana
after the immense suffering the Jews have undergone^ **
chance will they have in years to come, when everybody wu
have forgottenand will want to forgetwhat was done ny
Jews in the years 1939-1945? Hne
The establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in PalesaL
is by no means a lost cause. It need not, in Herzl's words, ^
a fairy tale if we will itthat is, all who love Zion and wn
understand what the establishment of a Jewish State mea
to the Christian world and to the Jewish people in redempu
and regeneration. A mighty, superhuman effort is n0"
quired. That effort will be made in the next few months. A
is going to be lit that will sweep away and consume an
stacles in its path.


OUDAY. JULY 6, 1945
BROAD HONORED
ON BIRTHDAY
A group of 60 friends and
members of the Miami Beach
Zionist District gathered July 4
at a luncheon at the Strand Res-
taurant, Miami Beach, to cele-
+Jew is* ncridHan
PAGE FIVE
SHEPARD BROAD
bratc the birthday of Shepard
Broad, past president of the or-
ganization. Hard worker and
first hi ad of the organization,
Mr. Broad served for two years
and now is chairman of the
board. Under his leadership,
the membership grew from
scratch to a total of 1200.
Jake Felt, chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club, which meets weekly on
Wednesdays, was master of cere-
monies.
Dr. Max D. Lipkind, one of
the prime factors of the Beach
Zionist movement, lauded the
honored guest characterizing his
efforts and energies and distin-
guished services for both the lo-
cal district and national organi-
zation.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, now serv-
ing as president, told the gather-
ing that his interest and enthu-
siasm in the Zionist cause was
due to Mr. Broad's untiring ef-
forts, and served as an inspira-
tion to him.
Paul Bruun, Miami Beach Sun
Tropics columnist and chairman
of the local American Christian
Palestine Committee, praised the
efforts of Mr. Broad.
A huge birthday cake was
presented the guest of honor.
Alex Van Straaten, chairman of
the special event, sold pieces of
the cake for the benefit of the
Jewish National Fund to create
a Shepard Broad Grove in Pal-
estine.
Mr. Broad responded and
thanked his many friends for
this tribute and told of an an-
ticipated visit to Palestine in the
near future. At that time, he
stated, he would recall this oc-
casion and remember the
thoughtfulness of his friends and
fellow Zionists.
A.Z.A. TO HOLD
ANNUAL DANCE
Miami Chapter of the A.Z.A.
322 will hold their annual Sweet-
heart Dance Sunday, 8:30 p. m.
at the Police Benevolent Asso-
ciation Hall, 2300 N. W. 14th St.
Admission is $1.00 per person.
Protect freedom of speech
don't be free with military in-
formation!
Palm Beach Notes
MBS. MART SCHREBNICK. Reprntcrtiva
Miss Lillian Rosenwald of At-
bnta is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
fcarl Held and Mrs. Ben Ryder,
and her brother, Edward Rosen-
rald
Louis Halpern is convalescing
at thi' Good Samaritan hospital.
Mrs Dave Tisnower and chil-
dren are spending the summer in
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold of Belle
Glade and Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Kahn of Pahokee, will spend the
summer in West Palm Beach.
Mrs Harry A. Lee and daugh-
ter, Marilyn, left on a business
trip which will take them to
California.
Back home after eight months
of service, Pfc. Stanley Gruner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Grun-
er, has received a medical dis-
charge from the army.
Lt. Leon J. Mass, who has re-
cently returned from two and
one-half years of service in North
Africa, is convalescing at an ar-
my hospital in Pennsylvania.
Sl/c Richard Meyers spent a
brief furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Meyers, be-
fore leaving for the Pacific
Coast.
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A regular meeting of the
Snule Farvaltung of the Work-
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be held Wednesday, 8 p. m. at
the Workmen's Circle, 25 Wash-
ington Avenue. Plans to open
the new children's Shule in the
early part of September will be
discussed.
This will be the first time
such an undertaking has been
attempted in Greater Miami,
where children may learn to
speak, read and write in yiddish.
A comprehensive course in yid-
dish literature, history, and folk-
lore is also included.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
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Women held a card party at the
Triton Hotel last night. Pro-
ceeds of the affair were contri-
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Denver. Under the general chair-
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man and Mrs. Helene Hornick,
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PAGE SIX
9-Jewisti fhridfian
FRIDAY, JULY 6.
TOWN Y ENROLLEES
AWAIT VACANCY
Leon Lieberman, chairman of
the Home Camp Committee of
the Town "Y", announces that
due to the heavy enrollment,
campers who desire to enroll
must wait for a vacancy. Over
100 children have thus far been
enrolled, with an average daily
attendance of 98.
Outstanding features in the
"Y" Camp curriculum are: He-
brew classes for beginners, pho-
tography, making of puppets and
folk dancing and many other
features. Every Friday after-
noon a brief Sabbath service is
held in which al the chidren
take part.
Mrs. Belle Silver is head coun-
selor assisted by Sam Diamond,
head of boy counselors and in-
structor of photography; Audrey
Floyd, dancing; Ruth Emanuel,
music; Dixie Bates, arts and
crafts: Hope Ellen Tanenbaum,
dramatics; Esther April, Hebrew
and the following counselors:
Herbert Geltner, Walter Trau-
rig, Fay Zwick. Harriet Rand,
Charles Zalis. Murray Dubbin.
Donna Feldman, Harriet Rosen-
stock, Sheila Suberman, Buddy
Wise and Joan Shier. __
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AT RED CROSS ROOMS
^[-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMh
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FUNERAL HOME
Believe it or not, this is sweat-
er weather, at least at Dade
County Red Cross Production
headquarters. While Miami
housewives are busy packing
away their woolens in moth
balls, the Red Cross is doing the
I opposite.
Mrs. George B. Romph. chair-
man of Production corps, is issu-
ing an urgent plea for knitters to
make over 2,000 sweaters and
200 army mufflers. The quota of
sweaters includes 1,665 sleeve-
less sweaters for the army; 200
maroon coat sweaters for hospi-
tal use and 200 olive drab sweat-
ers for WACs.
Mrs. C. F. Goodman, in charge
at Production headquarters, 998
W. Flagler St., says wool may be
obtained either at that office or
! in any one of several workrooms
located throughout Miami, the
Beach and Coral Gables.
Locations of workrooms are as
'follows: Coral Gables, First
Presbyterian Church or Colo-
; nade Bldg.; Miami Beach, Mor-
' ris Bros, or home of Mrs. E. N.
Matthews, 732 88th St.; Miami
' Shores Community House: Coco-
jnut Grove Elementary school;
13032 N.W. 17th ave., Allapattah;
Shenandoah Elementary school,
room 201; Community House in
White housing project, Edison
Center; First Christian Church,
230 N. E. Fourth St., and 744
N.W. 54th st.
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MEETING JUNE 11
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hoard t directors of the Miami
"Y" and Abe Kuiman, chairman
of the Membership Campaign
Committee, are calling a joint
meeting of thP board and the
campaign workers for next
Wednesday night, July 11.
Over fifty people have been
soliciting membership from a
prospective list for the past two
weeks, and reports will be re-
ceived that evening.
A social hour will follow the
meeting. Workers are requested
to attend and bring their re-
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THE
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BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
QUESTION. What are the
-Nine Days?"
ANSWER: It has become cus-
tomary' m Jewish life to observe
somewhat of a mourning period
from the first day of the month
of Ab (occuring this year on
July 11th) until the Fast Day of
the ninth day of Ab, making in
total a period of nine days. Of
these days meat is not partaken
of nor is it permissable to
bathe. sincP these two features
are considered luxuries and this
nine-day period of mourning
over the misfortunes that oc-
curred in Jewish life in this
period in history was to be a
period without luxuries. Fur-
thermore, the first day of the
month of Ab is pointed to as the
anniversary of the death of
Aaron (Numbers 33:38) and con-
sequently the first of the month,
which otherwise is not desig-
nated as a mourning day is
made an exception of in the
month of Ab. It appears then,
that as the very first day of Ab
ushered in an anniversary of
mournful anniversaries so is it
observed as the first day of a
period of lamentation.
QUESTION: Why was he
ninth day Ab"Tishah B'Ah
oi.uring this year on July 19
made a Fast Day?
ANSWER: From Biblical
sources and their subsequent
'lalmudic interpretations it was
d. duced that the First Temple
was destroyed at approximately
this date (II Kings 25:8 and Jere-
miah 52:12). It is generally ac-
cepted tnat the burning of the
Second 'temple also took place
on this very same day. The Tal-
mud also points out that it was
on this date that the Hebrews
in the desert were the recipients
of the decree that they would not
be able to enter thp .Promised
Land. The city of Bethar was
conquered on this date and the
city of Jerusalem was plowed
over with a plowshare (Talmud
Babli, Tractate Taanit, 29a.) It
is claimed that this is what the
Prophet Zechariah refers to as
the "Fast of the Fifth month"
(Zechariah 8:19). Taking the
count of the months as the Bible
does, i.e., trum Nisan as the first
month, Ab would hence be the
filth month. Observing all these
unfortunate occurrences on this
particular date it is obviously
clear why this date was chosen
as perhaps the most mourntul
day on the Hebrew calendar.
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PARADE!
ONLY ABOUT 130.000
JEWISH CHILDREN LEFT
New York (JTA)Only about
1501000 out of a total of 1,350.000
Jewish children who lived in
central and eastern Europe be-
fore the war have survived the
Nazi terror, according to Sena-
tor Justin Godard, prominent
French leader and president of
the World Union OSE, organiza-
tion for child care, health and
hygiene among Jews, who ar-
rived in New York on an of-
ficial French government mis-
sion.
Speaking at a reception given
in his honor by the American
OSE at the Commodore Hotel,
Senator Godard, who was a can-
didate for President of France
and a minister in several French
cabinets, described the plight of
the Jewish children, most of
them orphans, who have been
saved Horn various concentra-
tion camps. About 8,000 Jewish
children have survived the hor-
rors oi Buchenwald and Bel-
sen, most notorious German
camps, he estimated.
The French leader reported
that there are now about ten
thousand Jewish children under
the care of the OSE in France,
over (i.OOO of whom are placed
with families and about 2,500 of
whom are being taken care of
in the fourteen institutions and
children's homes of the OSE in
France. Homes for additional
700 children are now being pre-
pared by the OSE which now
maintain.- 26 medical dispen-
saries for these children in
France, he said.
Recalling the agreement re-
cently reached with the French
government according to which
th Fn rich OSE has been author-
ized to assume care and hospi-
talizatum of the Jewish orphans
refca.-eii from German camps,
Senatm- Godard declared that
the French government assured
a Jewish delegation this week
that the Jewish refugee children
from Germany, whom French
authorities in Paris placed un-
der the care of a non-Jewish
welfan organization, will be
transferred to Jewish institu-
tions. The guest emphasized the
generosity toward the Jewish
war refugees shown by the
French unvernment authorities.
Arthur son of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor EskanazL enlisted in the
Navy week and was im-
mediately sent to Great Lakes
for training. He is taking special-
ist courses in radar instruction.
He completed a year of study
at C.i Tech just prior to his
entering service.
Tech. Sgt. Duke Rosenberg.
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosen-
berg. 2321 S. W. 23th ter.. who
was kbe led from Stalag 17-B
st April, expects to return
nome un furlough soon, he has
written his parents.
-Graduate of the RCA School
low 'l! !"lneering, N. Y., in
W3, hi orked as a radio en-
gineer n Warren, O., before en-
wfine th* AAF in 1942.
He received his aerial gun-
^O' wings in May, 1943. and
went uvei eas with thP Eighth
y>1 0 e iollowing July. He re-
S"ved ..... Air Medal for bomb-
K mis ions over occupied
rancp and Germany before he
as sho down in a raid over
|*furt, Germany, Oct. 4,
Don Allen, 17, son of Mr. and
E.i -.B'lnal'd Mayerson, 1309
"Wild ave., has passed the navy
dear test and is awaiting orders
wraport to Great Lakes, 111., for
munmg. He is a June honor
tv,,' "' Miami Beach High
anrt i was :lwarded the Bosch
oZ. Jnb scientific medal for
outstanding achievement in sci-
son^n CharfcTboodrnan. 19,
man ?5o,and Mrs- Mo"'s Good-
^"i"f 3619 Flamingo dr.. is one
inp ,J al reserve officer train-
navalV mcn now at the U. S.
Gc|mabase' Charleston, S. C.
C Sun,"od the navy. m
Georao u' ,after attending
Worge^chuoUnd Bucks college.
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HOSPITALITY BODY 21 GIRLS RECEIVE
GET THEATRE TICKETS HUNDRED HOUR PINS
With the purchase of 1600
movie tickets this week, the Mi-
ami Beach Servicemen's Hospi-
tality Committee has brought its
total of movie tickets distributed
among army personnel at Miami
Beach to 14,600.
Members of the armed forces
may secure these tickets at the
office of Special Services of the
AG and SF Redistribution Sta-
tion, the Miami Beach Service
Base, the AAF Redistribution
Station No. 2 and the AAF Re-
gional Convalescent Hospital
Unit.
Dr. Morris Goodman, chair-
man of the Merchants Division,
announced that other phases of
the committee's work continues
despite the seasonal closing of
many stores and restaurants.
Courtesy dinners are being ex-
tended to service personnel by
practically all prominent restau-
rant and hotel dining rooms. GTs
obtain their invitations likewise
through the Office of Special
Services of the four Army Com-
mands on Miami Beach.
Miami Beach merchants con-
tinue to present gifts as prizes
at army affairs. With the initia-
tion of the Truth and Conse-
quences Contest by the AG and
SF Redistribution Station at
Flamingo Park last Wednesday,
the committee arranged for the
winner to receive an invitation
for himself and his companion
as the guests of one of the Great-
er Miami night clubs. The Five
O'clock Club acted as host to
the winner last week.
The work of the Miami Beach
Servicemen's Hospitality Com-
mittee continues to receive com-
mendations from army officers
and GI's. The committee this
week received a laudatory let-
ter from Major Clarence C.
Chaffee, Special Services Officer
of the AAF Redistribution Sta-
tion No. 2, just prior to his trans-
fer to another station. Major
Chaffee wrote:
"It is with sincere regret that
I terminate my assignment at
this station. I want to thank you
on behalf of tht men of AAF
Redistribution Station No. 2 for
the cordial and gracious treat-
ment extended to them.
"These men who have so re-
cently returned from combat high in praise of the courtesies
they have received. The various
invitations have been a high spot
in their short stay here on the
beach and they are most appre-
ciative.
"I feel you have made an out-
standing contribution to their
adjustment on returning from
overseas and it has made our
problem easier.""
Second Lt. Norman S. Rosen.
son of Mrs. Anna Rosen. 1215
Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
awarded another Oak Leaf Clus-
ter to the Air Medal with the
13th AAF in the Philippines. He
is a veteran of 44 combat sor-
ties.
HOLLYWOOD LADIES
SELL MANY BONDS
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood, reports a total sale
of 380 Seventh War Loan bonds^
with a maturity value of $47,500.
Of the twelve units operating in
the Women's Division of South
Broward county, the Ladies'
Auxiliary ranks highest in the
number of bonds sold to indivi-
dual purchasers.
The following members of the
organization have attained ranks
in the BluP Star Brigade:
Brigadier General (for selling
60 bonds):
Mrs. Selma Haris
Ms. Gertrude Fensterheim
Mrs. Marion Simons
Colonel (for selling 50 bonds):
Mrs. Sylvia Fincke
Lieutenant Colonel (for selling
40 bonds): Miss Anna Daniels.
Captain (for selling 39 bonds):
Mrs. Pearl Dresnick and Mrs.
Judith Bergman.
First Lieutenant (for selling io
bonds): Mrs. Pearl Zuckerman
and Mrs. Dorothy Jacobson.
Second Lieutenant (for sell-
ing 10 bonds): Mrs/ Jennie Kra-
vetz and Mrs. Anna K. Opper.
T w e n t y-o n e performers in
Jack Kaplan's Red Cross show.
"Girls On Parade," wcrP award-
ed hundred hour pins at a spec-
ial celebration following last
Wednesday's show at Nautilus
hospital. The awards were made
by the directors at a special
gathering at his home.
Kaplan, who also plays piano
for all the numbers of his show,
organized the group about eight
months ago, after serving on
three other Red Cross entertain-
ment units as featured soloist.
He is a writer of popular songs,
some of which appear on the
various programs.
Performers who do solo spec-
ialties between the acts of the
show include Vic Paul, lightning
sketch artist; Elliot H. Simpson,
actor and female impersonator;
Connie Jaffe, singer of Spanish
and Oriental songs; Bern ice
Brandorff, singer and dancer,
and Bob Milberg, 16-year-old
master of ceremonies. The show
visits at least onP hospital in
the area each week, and plays
for the USO and at Servicemen's
pier in between.
Winners of the pins, besides
Miss Jaffe, Mr. Paul, Mr. Mil-
berg and Miss Brandorff, include
Annette Reamer, Glenda Chand-
ler, Mrs. Rose Grass, Loleita Cof-
fey, Betty Lambert, Mrs. Betty
Gordon, Mrs. Hattie Thurman,
George A. Waite, Andrew Bate-
jan, Alfred C. Duganne, Isidgre
Moskowitz, Gloria Kaplan, Bar-
bara Firestone, Bernie Bram,
Marvin Ramber and Mrs. Irma
Brown (stage manager).
THIRD YEARLY PARTY
FOR ENGLERETTES
A third anniversary party for
the Englerettes was held at the
36th street army air base Mon-
day night. Two hundred and
fifty girls were given certificates
of appreciation for their work.
They have spent at least 2.0Q0
hours in entertaining servicemen
at the army base.
The Englerettes are a group
of about 1,000 girls from 18 to
25 years old who dance with
servicemen at entertainments
given at the various military
installations between Fort Lau-
derdale and Homestead.
The girls are not organized
into a club, although complete
information about them is kept
on file. The group was started
by Mrs. Jake "Mom" Engler, who
was their chaperone and a friend
of servicemen. Before her death
in January Mrs. Engler received
hundreds of letters from parents
of boys all over the country
offering their thanks for mak-
ing their sons feel at home while
stationed in Miami. A plaque in
her home will be hung in the re-
ception room at Embry-Riddle
Gunnery school which is to be
decorated by the Englerettes.
About one-fourth of the girls
have spent more than 2,500 hours
trying to cheer servicemen in
Miami. The average girl attends
three dances each week with two
or three parties being held at
the same time in various parts of
the city. .
The girls have attended boat-
rides, picnics, swim parties, hay-
rides and novelty dress-up par-
ties as well as holiday formals.
SHOLEM LODGE TO
HOLD REGULAR MEET
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will hold their regular meeting
at the Miami Beach Y, 1 Lin-
coln Road, Tuesday evening.
The program will include sev-
eral musical selections. A con-
tinuation of the Bond rally will
be held and a number of valu-
able gifts will be awarded to
high bidders for bond purchases.
B'nai B'rith Women's Auxil-
iary has been invited to attend.
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industries of all kinds has been
stimulated by the Jewish Agency
with a view to enlarging employment
fossibilities for newcomers. Jewish
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East. During the war years, Palestine's
industrial resources were geared to
the production of essential commodi-
lies for the Allied forces. The empha-
sis today is on reconversion to create
maximum opportunities for large-scale
resettlement of immigrants from de-
vastated Europe. Every aspect of the
program of the Jewish Agency, Pales-
line Foundation Fund and Jewish.
National Fund to speed the absorp-
lion of great masses of immigrants is
sustained with funds of the United
Palestine Appeal, which is a partner
in the United Jewish Appeal.
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In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N
E. 19th St.Keitular services Fridaf
evening at 8:15 p. m Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan i.s delivering a oourM Of lec-
tures on the "Ethics and Ideals of
Prayer Book." This week's lecture
Is entitled "The Adoration."
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m.
and Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. S.-h.i.irei Z. lek Talmud Torah.
1543 S. W. 3rd Street, Friday eve-
ning services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday
rnlng services at 9 a. m. Daily
-s I'D a. in. and 7:15 p. m.
Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah. 1545
S. W. Ird Street, FYlday evening ser-
, ii B itunJay morn-
I k.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Comervative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.
Kegjlar services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
v: a m. Daily Mlnyan. Cantor
Abraham Friedman will offic:ate He-
' School dally from Monday
tbroOKh Thursday, if a. m. until IS.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Lib-
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Friday evening terdces at 6:45
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
O'thodox. 3'1 Washington Ave.. Mi-
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a*. 7 ; Sfttui I ay morning serv-
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p m. Rabbi Moiet Metoheioff
w::: portion of ihe law.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant.
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach.
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OBITUARIES
DEUTSCH
Mrs. Fannv Deutsch. 45. 1238 N.
W. 2nd Street, died In a local hos-
pital on June 26 following a brief
illness. Mrs. Deutsch is survived by
her husband, Frank: sen, Bernard
Samuel; daughter. Man-ia l>ean; her
mother, Mrs. Lena Weiss; a Bister,
Mrs. Ann,- Chester: and brother, Her-
man Weiss, of Jacksonville. Bar-
vices were held at the chapel of Gor-
don Funeral Home, Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Burial was at Mt.
S:t.ai.
BLUMENTHAL
Mrs Min.i lilumenihal. ::;'. died in a
: .1 Thursday, she cams here
a year ago from Brooklyn, N. Y.. and
lived at 1228 West Ave., Miami Beach.
she is survived by her husband, Irv-
ing: a ne-day-old Infant, and two
other children, Freddy and QabrieL
The body was sent to Brooklyn by
Riverside Memorial chapel.
BRAUMAN
The body of Eva lirauman. 48. a
widow, wa-s found last Thursday in
the roof solarium of an apartment
house at HO Jefferson Ave. Doct^s
said she had be< n dead for two days
and had died from natural causes.
Sh< came here nine months ace from
Brookline. Mass.. where she was in
the ni- lain! business, and re-
sided here at 1001 Jefferson Ave. She
is surviv..l by bicthers and sisters
in Boston and Brookline, where the
b Ij was sent Saturday by the Riv-
Memorial chapel for services
I trial-
MIAMIANS ON STATE
BAR COMMITTEES
Miss Pearl C. Stein, daughter
of Mrs. Frances F. Grossman, is
spending a week in Chapel Hill,
N. C. with friends. From there
she will go to Camp Ramapo. N.
Y.. where shP will serve as coun-
selor.
Miamians named as members
of the Florida State Bar associa-1
tione committees by President
Julius Parker in Tallahassee
Saturday, include:
D H. Redfearn, civil proce-
dure; Bart A. Riley and Stanley
Milledge, criminal law and pro-
cedure; W. F. Blanton. James A.
Dixon and G. C. Connor, pro-
bate and guardianship; John H.
Wahl, jr., American citizenship;
Albert Bernstein, Clyde Atkins,
George Salley, legal education
and admission to the bar; Perry
Nichols, Harry N. Boureau. Sam-
uel J. Kanner, public relations.
D. H. Redfearn, state proced-
ural reform; John C. Wynn, re-
vision judiciary to Florida con-
stitution; John A. Bouvier, spe-
cial bill of rights committee;
Walter H. Beckham. juvenile
delinquency: Robedum S. Flor-
ence, legal aid; D. H. Redfearn.
married women's rights; Hollis
Rinehart, jr., war work; Russell
A. Rasco, W. J. Hester, refresher
courses.
C. W. Peters, oil and gas
rights; Glynn O. Rasco, Miami
Beach, group insurance; L. S.
Julian, legal institutes; Perry
Nichols, evidence.
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