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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 18NUMBER 33
_MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, 1945.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Nation Rejoices as V-J Day Awaits
Proclamation by President Truman
Jewry Hails Cessation of Hostilities
As Japan Surrenders; Marks End of
Era of Persecution and Destruction
"I J STATEMENT
MADE PUBLIC II
HENRY MQNSKY
World Jewry joyously joined emphasized in various circles
the nation in prayer and celebra- here as proof of the benefit
tion as President Truman an- wh'ch .tne Allied countries de-
, rived from admitting Nazi-per-
nounced the unconditional sur- secuted Jews. Many of the
render" of Japan last Tuesday, scientists responsible for the dis-
Six vi ars of untold and merci- covery and the development of
less persecution were brought to the method to release automic
In end During this period the SEtS."* JeW'Sh ******* frm
leading powers in the world Leading the list is Dr. Lise
joined to present a united front Meitner, a Jewish woman physi-
to defeal a common enemy. The ?$! wh United States alone had more Srer'in^.^UnSitv^In
than 1.1)00,000 casualties, let 1933, when the Nazis came to
alone a cost of 300 billion dol- power in Germany, she was dis-
ars.
Miaimans received the news
missed from the university on
racial grounds, but continued for
some time her research for a
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ttisurst -s*n ^Af subp
and immediately began celebrat- fm ,ume nfr research toi
inn. Horn blowing from a con- u,tbod ^e"inR atomic
tinuous flow of moving automo- SElf'J'SJ^JPStia
evening's festivities.
Germany as a Jewess. She took
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SS. ^worship were open- J ^jKJp1 ^ dCny"
eath mm a **.J%L, h2R Robert Frisch, also born in Vien-
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RKrSL*1^ the,dhay ln SS After^Dr. IbESrWM
dto SSciaseries for official compelled to leave Germany.
V-i n \ L ^S222LI k i i she lost no time communicating
relieim in fi,,?,?^ by l0Cal the results of her research to Dr
At r 'i.t iTni >u. Ho Frisch who was at that time in
jttJPS^ASt^ S^of^r WSBH3S D^d-
hffli'ffiSMffVJS Bon', one *' the'eworld;s J
reveal L?yw^t0ul,Tf est scientists. Both Dr. Frisch
discovery. The "atomic age," is (continued on page 8)
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
REFUSES TEWS ENTRY
New cork (JTA)Jewish stu-
dents who apply for admission
to Dartmouth College are de-
nied entrance simply because
they are Jews, President Earnest
M. Hopkins admitted in a state-
ment to New York newspapers.
"We cut the quotas more on
our Jewish applicants than we
do on the basis of applications
from Anglo-Saxons," he is quot-
ed by the N. Y. Pdst as declaring.
"I think if you were to let Dart-
mouth become predominantly
Jewish, it would lose its attrac-
tion for the Jews." He added
that "Dartmouth is a Christian
college founded for the Chris-
tianization of its students."
In a letter to Herman Shumlin,
movie and theatrical producer.
Dr. Hopkins had written: "I
should not be willing to see the
proportion of Jews in the college
so greatly increased as to arouse
widespread resentment and de-
velop widespread prejudice in
our own family." He added that'
the Dartmouth quota system had
been set up to prevent anti-
Semitism. "I think that thing
(anti-Semitism) is a definite pos-
sibility in this country,"
added.
WEDNESDAY
London (JTA) The World
onist Conference which has
been [n ssion here for ten days,
*U1 adjourn on Wednesday eve-
SSjfi" "'idering a number of
Portan1 decisions. It is ex-
v at/n' ?,r- Abba Hillel Sil"
be ,. ?,? ?'' StePhen S. Wise will
L!, ?cd to the World Zionwt
ttSVe as a result of the pres-
et conference. Dr. Chaim Weiz-
C President of the World
Pescn, "I*?1' Wil1 not be
the c ;' thc' closin* session of
for a or';nee. as he is leaving
Tho nKr!'on, in Scotland.
WoriH plltlcal committee of the
cus w, ,f;",nist Conference dis-
er tho 7C' ^"estion as to wheth-
the S;>n vmst .representations at
Nation" ,rancisco of the United
CLh wel1 conducted.
WeJeahu^*8 of the executive
tee on tw satlsfy the commit-
had 1"1T' Allegations
pr<*s that tlde by the Palestine
W^ >n*S rePresentations
e*un1n Mfa! cmmittee also
0*ndumlc t??tJof the mem-
,h^ Wori,. lbmilted recently by
the Biiu'l Ilon'st Executive to
Sard to ,hKovSrnment with re-
2,aWishment ntem%nd for the
Membeis ontfef a Jewish State.
Passed sat.cfhe committee ex-
teact. satlsiaction with the
Washington, D. C.The fol-
lowing is the text of the V-J
Day statement issued today by
Henry Monsky, of Omaha, Ne-
braska, national president of
B'nai B'rith. the nation's old-
est and largest Jewish service
organization.
"Victory has been won but
the United Nations which paid
for this triumph in blood and
suffering dare not relax until
the peace has been won too.
All the normal and political
forces mobilized for war must
be kept intact to make certain
that the war was not fought
in vain.
_ "The victorious United Na-
tions must now demonstrate
that they can work and sacri-
fice for peace and reconstruc-
tion in the same full measure
that they gave unstintingly of
their blood and treasure to
bring about this triumph of
arms.
"Ahead of us lie far-reach-
ing tasks of reconversion at
home and of reconstruction
and rehabilitation abroad that
will require the same genius
and determination and unity
of purpose manifested during
the years of war. The united
front of the United Nations
wil be tested in the years of
peace as it was never tested
in the crucible of war. We
must now demonstrate that
the ideals for which we fought
the war are real and purpose-
ful and that they are the goal
of the post-war world.
"American Jewry, which-
mobilized all its resources and
manpower in the years of war
and made a proud contribution
to victory, has the additional
post-war responsibility
of helping restore the shatter-
ed Jewish communities of Eu-
ope. It must help them back
to health and vitality. It must
give them a chance for nor-
mal living and hope for the
future."
EDITORIAL
With prayer and dedication we greet the welcome news
that the United Nations are victorious in their struggle.
With prayer we give thanks for victory that brings to a
close a period of trial and tribulation With prayer we give
thanks for the cessation of conflict bringing to an end the brutal
killing of men and the finish of destruction With prayer
we give thanks for the speedy return of our service folk, to live
among us, as one of us.
With dedication we memorialize those that gave their
lives that this victory may be ours With dedication, we
shall see that this victory, ghastly and costly, is not undeserved.
... With dedication we shall pledge ourselves to carry to real-
ization those principles for which we fought and won.
WILL ASK FOR LOAN TO I
BE USED IN PALESTINE j
London (WNS)A resolution I
petitioning the United Nations
for an international loan to be
used in the rebuilding of Pales-
tine was submitted here this
week to the World Zionist Con-
ference by its political commit-
tee.
The resolution also provided
that, in view of the fact that
Germany had confiscated and
stolen billions of dollars of Jew-
ish property, the United Nations
allocate part of the reparations
to be imposed on Germany for
settling a million Jews in Pales-
tine.
At the same time the resolu-
tion urged that Palestine be im-
mediately declared as a Jewish
Commonwealth.
Another proportion of the
resolution urged that the Jewish
Brigade be made the nucleous
of a Jewish army in Palestine.
LITY THE
111 THE BEACH T
WOULD ZIONISTS
WILL MEET AGAIN
NEXT SUMMER
IS
he
CRIMES AGAINST JEWS TO
BE PUNISHED. IS DISCLOSED
T
CLARimTS STAND
Washington (JTA) Anti-
Jewish persecutions, or any
crime committed in Axis coun-
tries against Jews as such, on
racial grounds, before and dur-
ing the war, will come within
the jurisdiction of the Interna-
tional Military Tribuna, the con-
stitution of which was made this
week.
London (JTA) A demand
that the Council of the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilita-
tion Administration, which
opened its session here this week,
should clarify UNRRA's posi-
tion with regard to the fate of
the thousands of stateless Jews
5So? S^rtSSTtS'thS? with" the Mizrachi Organization
(CONTINUED ON PAQE S) (CONTINUED ON PAQE 3)
London (JTA) The next
World Zionist Congress, supreme
body of the world Zionist move-
ment, will be convoked not later
than next summer, it was an-
nounced here by David Ben-Gu-
rion, chairman of the World
Zionist Executive, as the Miz-
rachi Orthodox Zionist Organiza-
tion officially withdrew its rep-
resentatives from the executive.
The withdrawal of the Mizra-
chi, which created tremendous
excitement at a recent session
of the World Zionist Conference,
was accompanied by the follow-
ing declaration:
"In view of the statements
made by Dr. Weizmann and
other members of the executive
showing that they are not execu-
ting the Biltmore Declaration
(which asks for the establish-
ment of Palestine as a Jewish
State) and have no definite po-
litical line, also in view of the
existence of deep difference of
opinion among the members of
the executive and the general
unsatisfactory conduct of affairs,
the Mizrachi demands a reor-
ganization of the executive to be
composed of a coalition giving
all members the same rights and
not leaving the conduct of af-
fairs in the hands of one group.
Until this demand is complied
A meeting of representatives
of Miami and Miami Beach
Service Leagues and of the
Greater Miami Sisterhoods, Con-
gregations and Rabbis, took
place at the Miami Beach "Y"
Monday evening at the call of
the Jewish Welfare Board repre-
sentative, Leon Schulman.
The session was called to draft
plans to secure home hospitality
for service men in this area for
the coming High Holy Days. It
is estimated there will be in ex-
cess of five hundred men for
whom hospitality will be ar-
ranged. Representatives pres-
ent pledged a telephone cam-
paign to secure necessary hosts,
and a registration set-up for the
men is in the process of organi-
zation. Chaplain Saul Kraft is
now negotiating for suitable
quarters in which to hold re-
ligious services.
All of the arrangements are
under the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Army and Navy Com-
mittee of the Jewish Welfare
Board. Residents of the com-
munity desiring to offer home
hospitality for the holidays are
asked to phone 9-1323.
LATE NEWS"
President Harry Truman at
a press conference Thursday
morning proclaimed Sunday,
August 19, as a day of prayer.
'After two days of celebration
it is more than proper that
Sunday be a day of thankful-
ness," the President stated.
V-J Day will not be declared
until the complete surrender
of all fighting units of the Jap-
anese, the President said. This
may take some time he added.
The question was asked the
President about the "Jewish
State". He replied that he had
discussed this matter with
Churchill and he was in favor
of immediate immigration of
as many Jewish people there
as possible and then negotiate
with Britain and the Arabs.
He further said he was not in
favor of sending 500,000 Amer-
ican men to maintain order
there.
Jerusalem (JTA) The Arab
News Agency here this week re-
ported that about fifty persons
attempted to cross the Syrian
border into Palestine, but were
encountered by a frontier patrol
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PAGE TWO
* Jewish noridkan
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17,
1945
PERSONALS
M. Goldenblank returned to
the city with his son, Lieutenant
Aaron, who has just returned
from overseas duties. Father
and son made a four-week trip
to New York and Texas where
they visited with relatives and
friends.
BAR MITZVAH
Mrs. Leonard Epstein has re-
turned to her home after spend-
ing a month at Hot Springs, Ar-
kansas.
Miss Frances Selig is spend-
ing some time in Philadelphia
where she is visiting her mother.
Later she will go to New York
where she will stay with friends,
returning to Miami in three
weeks.
Miss Beatrice Lipman. former
secretary of the Miami Beach
Hotel Owners Association is now
associated with the Neil-Berk
Realty Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskanazi
announce the bar mitzva of their
son, Jack, at Beth David Con-
gregation, Saturday, August 25.
The bar mitzvah of Donald
Alan Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin L. Davis, will take
place at Schaarei Zcdek, 1545 S.
W. 3rd St. on Saturday morn-
ing, August 18.
Announcement of the coming
bar mitzvah of their son Rob-
ert is made by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kahn, 3770 Royal Palm
Ave. The ceremony will take
place at the Jewish center Sat-
urday, Aug. 18. A reception in
honor of the confirmand will be
given by the parents Sunday
evening at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert
have returned to their home in
Miami after spending two weeks
at the Blackstone Hotel.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mcsche-
loff and family returned home
Thursday after spending two
months in New York and vici-
nity.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin,
2644 Flamingo Drive, visited
their families in New York be-
fore going to Pennsylvania to
.spend the remainder of a three-
wcik vacation. They arrived
home this week. Their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, is plan-
ning a New York trip. She is
the wile of Maj. Nelson Zivitz,
former Miami Beach allergist
who i.- attached to General hos-
pital, medical corps in the Eu-
ropean theatre.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mit-
chell A. Kassanol' will take place
Sunday, August 19, at 2 P. M. in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David congre-
gation will officiate. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Sidney
H. Palmer of the Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends of the
family are requested to be pres-
end.
BRISM
After taking a three-week va-
cation in New York city Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Romer, 431 West
29th Street, are back home. Mrs.
Router's brother is also home
after 18 months' duty in Italy.
He is Corp. Philip Kolman, at-
tached to the medical corps, |
AAFF, who is making his home
with his sister and brother-in-
law.
Brism taking place this week
included the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bernard. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tessler, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Gordich, Mr, and Mrs. M.
A. Tannenbaum, Sgt. and Mrs.
George M. Elkins and Cpl. and
Mis. Louis Mutchmck. Rabbi
S. M. Machtci officiated.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro and
daughter, and Mrs. Shapiro's
mother, Mrs. Dora Wechsler, of
Miami Beach, returned home
after spending the past month
vacationing at Duncraggon Inn,
at Hendersonville.
Eddie and Moms Levitt, of
1528 Drexel Avenue, left for a
six-week visit to New York.
Vacationists at Duncraggon
Inn, Hendersonville, include Mr.
and Mrs. Sam J. Spector and Mr.
and Mrs. William Hirsch.
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A P. Cannes, executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, has returned to Miami
after spending a month in the
north. Cannes spent the first
part of his vacation at his camp,
Kceyumah. Pennsylvania, later
going to New York where he
conferred with Dr. Israel Chip-
kin, of the American Association
for Jewish Education.
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lightness. Deep, fluffy nap
in rose, peach, blue, cedar
and green. Beautifully
bound in rayon satin.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoen-
berg, 1334 S. W. 4th Street,
have their son, T Sgt. William,
spending part of a thirty-day
furlough with them. William
has been in service about three
and a half years, the last two
which have been spent in- the
Philippines. He has seen service
in three campaigns, New Guinea,
Leyte and Luzon. From Miami
he returns to Fort Sheridan, 111.,
for further assignment.
B'nai B'rith War Bond Rally Committee which staged two Bond Auctions to raise $137,250 d_.
ing the recentwar loan effort. Their efforts enabled B'nai B'r.th, t o more than double its Seventh
War Loan drive quota of $1,000,000, reaching a sum exceeding $2,500^00
Reading Left to right, hack row: Marx Feinberg auctioneer; Harold Turk, ptesMcnt of Sta
lem Lodge; Maurice Comer; front row: Louis Vang, Ider, Sol S Goldstrom David R hen.War
Bond rally chairman; Mrs. Clara Landau, Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Dina Goldman, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
and Alex S. Cohen.______________________________________________
son, who represent- the USA
Government at the commission,
that Dr. Weizmann was asked
to appear. Whether any other
Jewish representative will be
asked to testify is not known _
yet. Dr. Weizmann had lunch
with Justice Jackson, and it is
understood that material is now
being prepared for Dr. Weiz-
man's presentation.
WEDDINGS
Mrs. Bessie August and Mr.
Max Rappaport were married at
a private ceremony by Rabbi
PROBLEM TO RESTORE
PROPERTY TO OWNERS
Paris (JTA)The problem of
. restoring Jewish property in
Simon April last Tuesday. The \ France to former owners who
couple are spending several were deported by the Germans
weeks at tlie Jefferson Hotel j from the country during the oc-
Miami Beach. I cupution is becoming more and
--------- I more complicated as many of
Mr. and Mrs. George Kaplan, the deportees are beginning to
Raleigh, North Carolina, an- j r,tu,rn J ,lu'ir homes,
nounce the approaching marriage The French newspaper Aube
of their daughter, Judith, to >vlllSh ls ?<* anti-Semitic and
Heniv Breger, son of Mr. and ls ;'lso n.ot h1k^ "P with 1]}C
Mrs.'Jacob Breger. 1051 EueUd organization of Frenchmen who
Avenue. Miami Beach. Miss I oppose the restoration of con-
Kaplan is a graduate of St.
Mary's College, in Carolina. Mr.
Breger attended Brooklyn Col-
lege and received his honorable
discharge after two and a half
years' service with the United
States Army. He has been as-
sociated with his father in the
Washington Avenue Food Cen-
ter.
fiseated Jewish roperty, came
out this week with a sharp pro-
test against the expulsion of a
Frenchman from his dwelling
for the benefit of a Jew who is
the legal owner of the place.
Featuring its protest on the
front page, the French news-
paper reports that the expelled
Frenchman was a government
PERSONALS
, official, a father of three chil-
^,T,He a^R, _P_J^__^S? dren, who was assigned to serv-
Sunday, August 26, at the Sha- : ,' p : m lq4S H ..pritpd
Zion Synagogue, at Balti-1 ^housf which before" the war
belonged to a Jewish couple who
had left Paris at the outbreak
of the war and did not come
back under the German occupa-
tion. The house was then seized
by the Commissariate for Jewish
affairs which the Vichy govern-
ment established and was sold.
Now the Jewish owner, has ap-
peared with a court order re-
scinding the sale and authoriz-
Sam Solovey has left for
Louisville, Ky., to visit friends.
Dick Tubis and Raymond
Jacobson left Sunday for New
York. Tubis, who resides at 321
Jefferson Avenue and Jacobson,
who lives at 744 10th Street] j"* Jhe immediate expulsion of
will return in mid-September to tnf;t tc.nanL- ., ,. .
resume their studies at Miami ... Is ll ORH?al. .the .PaPer asks^
Miss Ida Engler is visiting in
New York. Her sister, Molly,
accompanied by Sarah Rose
Schwartz, is spending several
weeks in Cuba.
Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro,
of Miami, are vacationing at the
Blackstone Hotel on the Beach.
REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
Formerly of Newark, Now Jersey
Is now located
327 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Near Third St., Miami Beach, Fla.
in Frcedman's Hebrew Book
Store, you will find a complete
assortment of all religious books
In Hebrew and English .
Torah's. Talaitim, Tfilln, Me-
zuzns, Mentalach, etc.A large
variety of Palestine and Ameri-
can Hebrew novelties.
An Assortment of New Tear
C_r_i
ALL, AT REASONABLE PRICES
The only store of its kind in
t lorldaAlso country orders
taken and promptly filled.
Beach Senior High school.
PLANS FOR HOSPITAL
ARE BEING DRAWN
Plans for a 200-bcd hospital
to be erected in Miami at a cost
of $2,500,000 are now being
drawn, Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson,
field commander of the Ameri-
can Cancer society, announied.
First of its kind and to be
outfitted with the latest equip-
ment for treatment and research,
the hospital will be devoted ex-
clusively to treatment of can-
cer, according to Mrs. Epper-
son.
Sponsored by the Dade Coun-
ty Cancer Society, Inc., the hos-
pital will serve not only the Mi-
ami area, but will receive pa-
tients from all over the nation
and from Latin America.
Nucleus of the hospital are
two donations, one of $500,000
and the other of $100,000 from
anonymous donors. Another
substantial gift in the form of
land, either as a building site
or to be sold for the benefit of
the hospital fund is also forth-
coming soon.
to expel without notice a fam-
ily?" The article draws special
attention to the fact that the
Jewish owner of he house was
not even deported "but has been
able to live normally during six
years in the French province."
WEIZMANN TO APPEAR
BEFORE CRIMES BODY

MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
mumma*
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London (JTA) Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the
Jewish Agency, will appear be-
fore the International War
Crimes Commission to testify
on the atrocities against Jews
committed by the Axis, it was
learned here.
It was at the initiative of As-
sociate Justice Robert H. Jack-
Prague (JTA) Five Jews
were killed by a mob in an anti-
Semitic demonstration in Presov,
Slovakia here this week.
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
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MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945.
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
native countries, is made in the
London evening press.
Action on behalf of the dis-
placed Jews in Europe is also
asked in memorandums sub-
nut"'! this week to the UNRRA
by Jewish organizations. One
memo andam was submitted
iointlj by the American Jewish
i rence, the World Jewish
i ess and the Board of Depu-
British Jews, and another
memorandum was presented by
the V irld Agudas Israel Organi-
zatirn The joint memorandum
of 11 three major Jewish or-
ganizations requests:
.equate care should be
given to displaced persons who
canni I or do not wish to be re-
I, and no displaced per-
son p'nould be repatriated against
his freely expressed will.
2. In lire close cooperation by
with the Intergovern-
menta' Committee for Refugees
k of finding new homes
for displaced persons.
3. Since the vast majority of
J displaced persons prefer
to immigrate to Palestine, the
direcl m-neral of UNRRA is
requi led to enlist the coopera-
tion o! the mandatory power
and ol the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, whose assistance is
vital to tie resettlement of Jew-
ish displaced persons in that
country.
Tin m< morandum of the Agu-
das Israel asks for UNRRA's
appoiiiti.ient of Jewish liaison
officers with a wide knowledge.
of Jew ii religious and cultural
requirements; the transfer of
Jews Mom "death camps" to
special centers, affording them
facilities for a full Jewish com-
munal life; the reuniting of dis-
i placed Jews with relatives in
I the United States, England,
[Palestine and elsewhere. The
j Agudas Israel also stresses in its
memo andum the strong desire
I of many of the displaced Jews
' to proceed to Palestine.
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PAGE THREE
ALTERATIONS BEGIN
AT BETH SHOLOM
Judge Morris Berick, president
of Temple Beth Sholom, an-
nounces that alterations have
been commenced upon the new
premises located at 4144 Chase
Avenue. Plans have been com-
pleted for a chapel with a seat-
ing capacity of 550, installation
of comfortable seats, an organ
and an air cooling system. These
installations will be completed
for the High Holy Day services
commencing September 8.
During the months of Septem-
ber and October further renova-
tions will be made upon the
premises. There v/ill be a com-
plete auditorium with a seating
capacity of approximately 600
and on the second floor, modern
and up-to-date classrooms for
the religious school and full fa-
cilities for youth activities.
The religious services will be
conducted by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish. assisted by Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer, the choir and the
organ.
Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman
of the Membership Drive Com-
mittee, announces the opening
of a membership campaign. The
Membership Committee will be
in session evenings from 8:00 to
10:00 P. M. Monday through
Thursday inclusive, and Sunday
mornings, 10:00 to 12:00, until
further notice.
Mrs. Ann Mazer and daugh-
ter, Ethel, have returned to their
home. 642 Michigan Avenue,
after spending a vacation of two
months in New York, Philadel-
phia and Atlantic City.
MRS. WEINTRAUB IS
NAMED CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
active in war and community
work, was selected chairman by
Dr. James S. Thomas, south
Florida's OPA chief, who re-
organized his volunteer commu-
nity service panel into an infor-
mation panel to do a job in peace
instead of war. His goal, he said,
is to aid in preventing the
danger of inflation that is likely
to arise with the return of
peace.
The panel of six was expanded
to a membership of 10 persons
representing all phases of com-
munity life. New members of
the panel are Robert L. Fidler,
representing radio; Dr. I. P. Da-
vis, negro racial group; Miss
Virginia Griffin, retail mer-
chants, and Miss Eunice Grady.
Holdover members of the panel
are Everett Clay, who will han-
dle the council's press relations;
Dr. Glenn James, churches; Mrs.
Helen Matthews; Roy Singer,
American Federation of Labor;
Mrs. George Estill, women work-
ers, and W. R. Thomas, repre-
senting the public schools.
High Holy Day
Services
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
Will Conduct Services In Both Buildings
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE
Murray Groruer, Guest Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, Cantor
SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
Simon April, RabbL Will Preach and Conduct Services
Worshipers are asked to make immedi-
ate reservations for both buildings on
week-day evenings or contact Lewis
Green, executive secretary.
PHONE 3-6086
Edward Mercer
Edward Mercer, Miami Beach
financier, has been elected presi-
dent of the Mercantile National
Bank of Miami Beach to fill the
vacancy left by the death last
Wednesday of J. L. Owen.
Mercer was named by the
bank's directors Tuesday after-
noon. He thus stepped up from
a nine-year position as vice-
president.
Other officers named were:
Benjamin -N. Kane, chairman
of the board; S. W. Curry, vice-
president and cashier, and D. B.
Hudson, assistant vice-president.
Mercer came to Miami about
20 years ago. He became asso-
ciated with the Mercantile bank
13 years ago.
GIRLS COMPLETING
SUMMER ACTIVITIES
The B. Z. B. Chapter, B'nai
B'rith girls, are completing an
active summer's schedule. Af-
fairs held include a weiner roast
at the home of Barbara Weiner,
Tobie Jacobskind and Roslyn
Morris assisting; pot luck sup-
per at the home of Beverly Co-
hen and a series of bowling eve-
nings.
The chapter has contributed
much time and effort to war
work, serving as volunteer aides
at JacksQn Memorial and assist-
ing in war bond sales. The
group meets every other week
during the summer at the homes
of the members, with Anita Mal-
mud presiding during the ab-
sence of the president, Dorothy
Golden.
WILL MEET AGAIN
IEIT SUMMER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
TO OFFER PRAYER
FOR PFC. SCHORR
Rabbi Irving Lchrman will
offer a prayer dedicated to the
memory of Pfc. Henry Schorr
at services Saturday morning
at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 9 A. M. Pfc. Schorr,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Schorr.
1240 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, twice wounded in over-
seas action, was killed in an
accident while on duty with
the armed services in Ger-
many, on July 26. Friends of
the family are asked to be
present during services for the
tribute.
JEWISH BOOK STORE
OPENS ON BEACH
DISCUSS BEACH LODGE
FORMATION AUG. 22
A meeting of persons interest-
ed in the formation of a Miami
Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith will
be held Wednesday, August 22,
at 8 P. M. George J. Bertman,
chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Coordinating Committee an-
nounced. The rapid increase in
membership of Sholem Lodge
during the past two years has
prompted Harold Turk, presi-
dent of the lodge, and the other
officers, to set plans in motion
for a second B'nai B'rith lodge
in Greater Miami. Residents of
Miami Beach interested in be-
coming charter members of the
new lodge should communicate
with the B'nai B'rith office, 330
Seybold Building, telephone 3-
6306.
Greater Miami will for the
first time in many years have a
complete Jewish book store,
with the announcement that
Rev. S. J. Freedman, formerly
of Newark, will open his estab-
lishment at 327 Washington
Avenue.
In addition to a complete line
of Hebrew books, prayer shawls,
muzusas, porochesim. mentlen
and skull caps, many other re-
ligious articles will be carried.
Present location is temporary
and after October 15 the store
will be located at 214 4th St.
BETH JACOB NOW
IS OPEN EACH DAY
HOTEL OPERATOR
DIES IN ATLANTIC CITY
William Malamut, 52, operator
of hotels at Miami Beach and
Atlantic City, N. J., died
Wednesday in Atlantic City fol-
lowing a heart attack.
Malamut left Miami last
Thursday on a business trip.
Stricken early Tuesday night, he
died seven hours later. He had
planned to return next week to
Miami Beach where he operates
the Versailles hotel.
He is survived by Mrs. Ber-
tha Malamut, and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sylvia Kruvant, of At-
lantic City, and Mrs. Leonard
Adelman, Miami Beach. Funeral
services will take place today
at Atlantic City it was an-
nounced.
Beth Jacob wishes to state that
the synagogue is now open all
day each day for anyone wish-
ing to come in and on the day
President Truman proclaims as
official V-J Day there will be
special services conducted by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Jerusalem (JTA)The British
Military Court sentenced a Jew-
ish settler to nine months on the
charge of having in his posses-
sion a revolver with sixteen
rounds of ammunition.
will withdraw its members from
the executive."
The present executive was
elected by the last world Zionist
Congress in Geneva during the
fateful days of Aug., 1939, when
the outbreak of the World War
forced a hasty conclusion of the
Congress. A new executive can,
be elected only by the World
Zionist Congress. A five-point
program to govern the activities
of the Zionist executive until
the Congress is convened was
outlined fay Ben-Gurion address-
ing the conference which is ex-
pected to close on Sunday. The
work of the Zionists, he said,
must be based on the following
principles:
1. Passive and active desist-
ance to the implementation and
the continuation of the White
Paper in its present or a modi-
fied foim. Strengthening of
Jewish immigration, settlement
and security in Palestine under
all circumstances.
2. Increased political activity
in England and in other United
Nations centers for the immedi-
ate designation of Palestine as a
Jewish State, with authority
given to the Jewish Agency or
to the provisional Jewish Gov-
ernment to effect a speedy trans-
fer of the first million Jews from
European, Oriental and other
countries to Palestine, as well
as to further development
schemes which would enable the
settlement of additional millions
while raising the standard of
living of both Jews and Arabs.
3. Incessant striving for co-
operation with the Arabs in
Palestine to develop the country
to its maximum for the benefit
of all inhabitants. Also an alli-
ance of friendship between the
Jewish State and the Arab peo-
ples in the neighboring coun-
tries on the basis of mutual as
sistance for the welfare, peace
and progress of all countries in
the Middle East.
4. Rallying the remnants of
European Jewry, headed by the
youth as an active Zionist force,
for the purpose of their speedy
transfer to Palestine.
5. Deepening among Jews in
all countries of the world the
consciousness that settlement in
Palestine is an historic necessity
for the Jewish people regardless
of the land in which they reside,
and that a Jewish State is in-
dispensable for the free exist-
ence even of those Jews desir-
ing to remain outside Palestine.
Allrisk Insurance Agency, Inc.
WILLIAM WILKINS, Manager
502 BISCAYNE BUILDING
PHONE 24383
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
AT BLOOD BANK
A call for volunteers to give
blood at the Miami Beach Blood
Bank located in the Morris
Brothers Department Store, 1261
Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach on Thursday between
9:30 A. M. and 12:00 noon, was
issued today by Harry I. Magid,
Miami Beach Blood Bank chair-
man. "The need for blood for
military and civilian use is still
very great" stated Mr. Magid.
Blood donors are urged to re-
frain from eating four hours
before donating their blood.
Various organizations in Miami
Beach are being requested to
send donors.
An affiliate of the Dade Coun-
ty Blood Bank, the Miami Beach
Station is sponsored by B'nai
B'rith Men's Lodge and Wom-
en's Auxiliary.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion Board meeting postponed
from Wednesday, August 15. will
take place Monday, August 20
at 8 P. M. in the Federation of-
fice.
EXTEND
ROSH HASHANA GREETINGS
THROUGH THE NEW YEAR'S EDITION OF
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by this convenient method of
wishing your relatives and friends
a Happy New Year. ... No dan-
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FRIDAY.AUGust i7_
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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
1 Year, $3.00
Six Months, $2.00
2 Years, $5.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945
ELLUL 8, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 33
IF AND WHEN
For some time there has been a movement on foot to or-
ganize a chapter of the American Council of Judaism in this
city. During this period of formulation we have been trying to
establish the identity of the leaders of the movement. No one
wants to accept the responsibility for its organization. Others
have said that the chapter is not as yet established. "Whether
there is need for a chapter has to be determined," said still
another in side-stepping our reguest for information.
Rather unusual is the procedure in this instant. Customarily
the approach to the creation of a new group would be to seek
publicity, to attract supporters. We have tendered the use of
the columns of our publication to the group. The effort proved
of no avail.
Several weeks ago an editorial of a Los Angeles publica-
tion criticizing the Council and its executive director was in-
serted in these columns to evoke comment from among the local
adherents. Likewise, no success.
Our motive? We have no sympathy for the American
Council of Judaism and that for which it stands. We have
clearly stated our very ardent pro-Zionist policy. What we
would like to know is to whom to address a few pertinent sug-
gestionsa word of caution?
To the leaders of this movement; when and if a Council
chapter is organized here, don't break in the daily press with
a statement which speaks for the Jewish community. Be cau-
tious of your phraseolgy in issuing your statement of "prin-
ciples." Don't become involved in embroiled controversy with
the segments of the community. By intimation, the Council
policy, in other cities has been to imply Zionists cannot be a
good Americans. Why repeat this fallacy?
Confusion, ill-will and disension will follow if the local
supporters will adopt the strategy used by the Council in other
formative attempts. Public relations among the Christian com-
munity will be further strained. It is sufficiently difficult to
handle these arguments among Jewish circles but that is
where they must remain. How about keeping this in mind!
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
Digest of the mall riM-'ived at Jewish
Florktian punt office box.
BARE THE FACTS
"The Miami Federation deserves credit for breaking open
this bad abcess," are the words the Pittsburgh Jewish Outlook
uses in editoralizing on the publicity accorded the Denver
Jewish Hospital in the July 27 issue of the Jewish Floridian.
An attempt to inform the Greater Miami community of the
facts and statistics concerning the refusal of the agency to
accept a Federation two hundred and fifty dollar allocation
was made when the institution solicited residents by mail.
The Jewish Outlook editorial comments, "The con-
troversy between a national Jewish institution and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation transcends local in-
terest because of an important principle involved. The
principle involves the relationship of a Jewish com-
munity fund and its beneficiaries. Is the contribution
by the community fund to a national organization
merely a bribe to keep solicitors out of a community?
Is the beneficiary to hold over the community fund
the threat that if a sufficient sum isn't forthcoming,
solicitors will invade that community? Is an earnest
budget committee of a community chest to be criticized
because it takes an intelligent interest in the allocation
of the funds intrusted to it by the community?"
Federation stated that it "cannot be justified in making
large allocations to organizations that have excessive incomes
over disbursements and excessive costs of fund-raising." The
institution acknowledged a 31 per cent cost in raising funds
but could not accept "the validity of the reasons," but not
denying Federation's charges outlined in the news release.
The Pittsburgh publication writes further, "More
alarming, however, is the statement regarding the cost
of raising funds." Quoting a reply from the institution:
"You speak of our fund-raising cost of 31 per cent of
disbursements as an 'unacceptable' figure? First of
allwhat is an 'acceptable' figure? We have operated
for over 45 years under the philosophy that a fund-rais-
ing cost of around 30 per cent for a National Institution
was not unduly high, and I believe this figure is gen-
erally accepted."
We do not pretend to know what an "acceptable"
figure is for raising charitable funds. But there can be
little doubt that to spend $31 in order to have $69 for
charity is "unacceptable." This is especially true when
a substantional percentage of the contributions come
cost-free to the beneficiary in the form of a checkthe
communal cost of collection not being charged to the
beneficiary. If the communal costs were added in, the
cost of $31 would be substantially raised, and the $69
which actually went to work would be correspondingly
reduced."
We have checked the records and find the Joint Defense
Appeal which raises a sum comparable to the Denver institu-
tion has a fund-raising cost approximated between eight and
10 per cent and is confronted by many more problems. Like-
wise the American Jewish Ort Federation with a total cost of
(Continued Next Column-
Announcement by the War
Department that Oak Ridge,
Tennessee was the site of the
manufacture of the atomic bomb
was received with interest at
the National Jewish Welfare
Board today where for the past
two years the National Jewish
Welfare Board has been con-
ducting a religious program for
a congregation of enlisted men
and civilian war workers at Oak
Ridge. Tennessee, known only as
the location of a "secret war
plant."
The largest single shipload
of immigrants to reach Pales-
tine in recent years arrived
at Haifa on July 15th, carrying
1,164 immigrants 814 from
France, 200 from England and
150 from Italy. Among them
were 500 who had been in con-
centration camps in Nazi Eu-
rope, including 242 orphaned
children. Close coopera-
tion between American and
British trade unionists to bring
about the speedy realization of
Jewish aspirations in Pales-
tine was indicated by the
American Jewish Trade Union
Committee for Palestine.
Ludwig Reis, the first resident
of the Fort Ontario Free Port
for Refugees at Oswego to leave
the refugee camp thro for a na-
tion in the Western Hemisphere
has just taken ship for Uruguay.
. The Vaad Hahatzala and the
Rehabilitation Department
founded by the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis of the United States
and Canada, have merged to
form a large Religious Relief
Organization which will include
within its scope both the pro-
gram of the vaad Hahatzala as
well as the large scale plans for
the rehabilitation of European
Jewry. The first meeting of
the Board of Governors of the
Hebrew University since the
outbreak of the war took place
in London July 17th and 18th
under the chairmanship of Dr.
Chaim Weizmann.
The returning service men,
the war tension relaxation,
and the reduction of industrial
workmen, present increased
safety problems and since
most drivers have forgotten
the CCC's of drivingCOUR-
TESY. CAREFULNESS and
COMMON SENSE, we can
look for the greatest slaught-
er in the history of motor ve-
hicles, Asher Frank of Flori-
da Safety Council states.
Archie Greenberg. national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans advises those who
would assist in the social re-
integration of the returned Jew-
ish veteran to work on an equal
plane with the veteran in terms
of current actual needs and not
try to work for the veteran in
terms of pre-conceived thinking
and pre- w a r organizational
structures.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
yjUdctfy bnigidenUal
.By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
Tlie organizers and officers of
the new Miami Beach Post, Jew-
ish War Veterans were guests of
Freda Markowitz Post 174 at its
regular meeting Monday night.
Present and future problems,
relating to service veterans were
discussed.
Commander Maurice Klein
appointed Junior Vice-Com-
mander William Kresner chair-
man of the Cavalcade committee
replacing Abe S. Goldman who
resigned. Since the inception of
this committee almost 1000 vet-
erans were entertained by tours
through Indian Village and then
to the town Y where lunch and
refreshments are served by the
Post and Miami Service League.
Assisting Kresner are Mortimer
P. Frank, Isador Brown, Jack
Regal, Leo Marks, Irving Saal
and Frank Kline.
16 per cent not only includes
fund-raising but everything by
way of administration and pub-
licity, meetings, etc. One of the
largest fund-raising agencies in
the country has its costs held
down to less than three per cent.
More and more are we realiz-
ing the frailities of the Sha-Sha
policy. Aggressiveness must be
used in awaking the public to
the facts. An informed public
appraised of the facts will wield
sufficient judgment and pres-
sure to bring into line excessive
wastes and faulty administration
of our organizational institutions.
ATOM SMASHERS .
While the newspapers mention the names of f0ur t
scientistsProf. J. Robert Oppenheimer, Prof. Rudolf vJ\
Dr. Franz Eugene Simon and Dr. Lise Meitner- in connect
with the atomic bomb, they overlook the fact that Pr0f A]!*n
Einstein was the creator of the theory that made the disco !
possible. ... As a matter of fact, we happen to know'ft*
Einstein was an active consultant during the period of ex "
mentation. ...
ATTENTION, JUSTICE DEPT______
The anti-Semitic "Protestant War Veterans of the United
States, Inc.," have had their treasury replenished from so
mysterious source. Edward James Smythe, executive chair
man of the group, is advertising for "organizers in every ham
let, town, city and state in the Union to organize local posts"
... Mr. Smythe announces, in a mailed bulletin, thai "we will
fight these dirty, stinking Communiststhe American Veterans
Committee, a Jew-Communist Sidney Hillman controlled or-
ganizationin the streets if necessary." Protestant clergy,
men should disavow Mr. Smythe's organization and insist that
the Attorney General investigate its headguarters, located at
1211-A Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C. .
FATHER RILEY'S PAMPHLET .
The Tablet, the weekly paper of the Brooklyn diocese,
which made itself nationally infamous for its defense of Father
Coughlin and his Christian Fronters, devoted considerable
space to your columnist three weeks ago. ... It took violent
exception to our attack on Father Arthur J. Riley's pamphlet
"Anti-Semitism," which was published in St. Paul under the im-
primatur of Archbishop Most Reverend Richard J. Cushinq___
We maintained that the pamphlet is anti-Semitic. ... The Tab-
let, among other things, published a letter "by Mr. David Gold-
stein of Boston." .... Mr. Goldstein had sent this same letter
to the editors of the "Jewish weeklies," as he calls our Anglo-
Jewish press. The Tablet, strangely enough, omits to men-
tion that "Mr. Goldstein" is none other than Dr. Goldstein, em-
ploye of the "Catholic Campaigners for Christ" and America's
most notorious convert and missionary. .
In his letter Goldstein advises our editors to eliminate our
column, and contends that we have committed a great wrong,
because Father Riley's pamphlet is "a fair, frank, learned, dis-
criminating, friendly presentation of the topic." .
We guote from Father Riley's "friendly" booklet: "the po-
sition of the Cathoic Church with regard to the Jews has been
and still is that the Jewish religion, as existing, represents the
direct antithesis of Catholicism. For that reason and that reason
alone She (the Catholic Church) has striven to preserve Catho-
lics from such contacts with Jews as might cause harm to the
purity of their Catholic faith." Quite frank, if not exactly
friendly. .
Here is what the Reverend Ben Richardson, theological
authority and executive secretary of the Regional Act,on Com-
mittee of the Protestant, has to say about the tract Father Riley
published under the imprimatur of Archbishop Cushinq: "Mr.
Biron understates the issue in his column. The true extent
of the harm that this pamphlet is doing and can do taxes the
imagination. Mr. Goldstein takes exception to Mr. Biron's
scoring the way in which Father Riley describes the Jews.
On page four Father Riley writes, in his explanation of why
Jews are hated: '. this hatred arises from deep fear of the
influence of the Jews. ... At one time it is fear of their hostile
political activities; at another it is fear of their usurious and
crippling financial control; again it is fear of their open opposi-
tion to the established religious order; and yet again it is fear
of the alleged Jewish enmity for Christianity'". .
Mr. Richardson continues: "Father Riley then gives mock
gualiiication to this vicious series of 'fears' by saying that
'some' of these fears are based on exaggerated accusations.
In that all of the fears are dastardly, the reader is left to choose
which are true or false." .
And here are some more guotations from the Rev. Ben
Richardson's reply to convert Goldstein: "Mr. Biron is altogether
correct in stating that Father Riley sanctions these restrictions
(against Jews). Relative to the Jewish badge, Mr. Goldstein
guibbles over the fact that Mr. Biron wrote 'yellow badge'
(Mr. Goldstein boasts that "in fact, the term 'yellow badge' ww
not be found in any of its (the pamphlet's 30 pages.") w^,e*
Richardson: "The term 'distinguishing badge' and 'Jew badge
do appear on page 15 of the pamphlet. Mr. Biron and all in-
formed people know that the badges were yellow."
Incidentally, Dr. Joshua Bloch, head of the Jewish Divi0
of the New York Public Library for the last 22 years and na-
tionally known authority on anti-Semitic literature, WftJ
dorses our interpretation of Father Riley's tract. H,f la
the pamphlet "a sly, vicious anti-Jewish presentation.
We're sorry we had to give so much space to this, bu ^
Father Riley pamphlet case is important, and its defense DY
converted Jew significant. .
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LjDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945.
*Jew 1strhridiar
PAGE FIVE
IN THE MAIL BOX
A REPLY
August 14, 1945
Mr Fred K. Shochet,
Publisher
Je\vi.-li Flondian
PeO. Box 2973
IMiami. FTa.
riVi'it' to thank you for the
interest you have taken in the
llTnited Jewish Building Fund
Campaign- : appreciate keenly
Ig^entimenta of the "Open Let-
ter'' in your issue of Friday, Au-
y\ feel !< vou do, that the most
Important job we have is to in-
lform our community of the tre-
ISous need .that motivates
I the United Jewish Building
I Fund Campaign. No one wants
1(0 o out and raise funds, no
lone- wants to spend months of
his tin working on a campaign,
unless the matter is of sufficient
importance to justify that ex-
penditure of time and money.
And the United Jewish Build-
ing F.und Campaign is tremen-
dously important. In our whole
community we have no adequate
facilities to take care of the
needs of our young people. We
need places where they can learn
how to work togther, how to
grow up to be the kind of Jew-
ish citizens we like to see. We
need to have clubs where they
can learn democratic procedures
of discussion and voting. We
need to have classes where they
can discover their talents. We
need to have health programs
where they can build up their
bodies. And we need these fa-
cilities housed in buildings that
will be a source of pride, and
not of shame, to the Jewish com-
munity.
Fred, I am concerned about
the attitude of the few people
to whom you spoke. I cannot
imagine that any of them have
children, because if they did
they would realize the immedi-
ate necessity for getting build-
ings for our two Y's. If they
did they would know how im-
portant it is for their children
to get the benefits I just men-
tioned in a Jewish atmosphere.
If they did they would know
how vital it is to encourage the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
its work to improve the educa-
tional standards of our commu-
nity and to build up a real .Jew-
ish library. They would know
how important it is to have
classes to train Sunday School
teachers and Hebrew teachers.
If any of these people have chil-
dren they would know what a
vital job the Hillel Foundation
is doing all over the country,
and how important it is to have
an adequate Hillel House here.
But Fred, even if they did not
have children, these people who
expressed a lack of enthusiasm
for the United Jewish Building
Fund should know how very
necessary it is for us to have
adequate meeting places for our
adult and youth activities. If
they had any real community
background and real community
interest, they would known that
there is almost no place in this
town where the one hundred
or so adult organizations can
have adequate meeting places
and the opportunity to secure
help in planning and carrying
out their diversifed programs.
It is almost a disgrace that a
community as large as ours has
so impossibly few facilities for
providing kosher meals for din-
ners and banquets for our or-
ganizations.
Our community is growing up.
We have almost thirty thousand
permanent Jewish residents in
this area and we probably have
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the characteristic Jewish crea-
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modern democracy.
As I write this letter, the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged is con-
sidering becoming a partner in
the Building Fund Campaign.
Our program is to raise money
now, so that when the war ends
we can be in a position to build
those facilities that all of us need
and which we must have if we
are to do our proper job for our
young people and our adults.
I know that you, as publisher
of the Jewish Floridian, will do
everything that you can to carry
the story of the United Jewish
Building Fund and its organiza-
tions, and I want to thank you
again for your really fine com-
munity interest.
Sincerely yours,
HARRY ZUKERNICK,
Chairman
United Jewish Building
Fund Campaign
The establishment in Jerusa-
lem of a Jewish school for diplo-
mats and civil servants to meet
the needs of the projected Jew-
ish State was suggested at the
organizational committee of the
World Jewish Conference. The
proposal was made by Aron
Neuman, Brazilian Zionist, who
is the only delegate from South
American countries. Delegates
from other countries in Latin
America did not succeed in ob-
taining transportation to Lon-
don.
Dr. Silver conferred with lead-
ers of the Zionist-Revisionist
Party on the question of the re-
turn of the Zionist Revisionists
into the ranks of the World
Zionist Organization. It is un-
derstood that the Revisionist
leaders expressed their readiness
to re-join the Zionist ranks on
condition that they are repre-
sented in a coalitionary execu-
tive. Dr. Silver took the attitude
that they must first re-join the
world Zionist movement, then
an effort will be made to secure
for them seats in the executive.
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Klan Considering Formation of
A National Anti-Jewish?Party
Chattanooga, Tonn. (JTA)
Leaders of the Ku Klux Klan
are now considering the possi-
bilities of a "national anti-Jew-
ish party," which could nomi-
nate a presidential candidate in
the 1948 campaign, who may be
ex-Senator Robert R. Reynolds
of North Carolina.
Information on the future Ku
Klux Klan political program,
supported by sworn affidavits,
has been obtained by a J.T.A.
corresondcnt from southern
Klan sources. While it is un-
known whether Reynolds, who
several months ago formed the
"American Nationalist Party,"
has consulted with Klan offi-
cials, this much is certain:
1. Joe McWilliams. indicted
sedition, is touring the south for
be greatly interested for the
very particular reason that part
of our program directly affects
your business, which subject is
fully set forth in the enclosed
statement, entitled "Freedom fen-
Management.' I want to assure
you, Mr. that I shall appreci-
ate any courtesy you may ex-
tend to Mr. Williams when he
calls on you, at which time I
trust you will see him person-
ally."
2. J. D. Stoner, southern
"gauleiter" of the Ku Klux Klan,
who is stationed in Chattanoo-
ga, recently held a caucus of
trusted Klansmen at his home
here for purposes of discussing
a "national anti-Jewish party"
and studying possible candidates
for the White House. Aside from
Reynolds under the alias of Jack Reynolds, candidates discussed
Williams, of Perryton, Texas, by Klansmen for the 1948 cam-
and is soliciting funds from non- paign include Col. Charles Lind-
Jewish busisessmen for a new
political party. Reynolds, it is
also learned, has been smooth-
ing the path for McWilliams by
sending certain businessmen and
others he regards as potential
supporters a letter in advance of
McWilliams" call.
The text of the letter, as dis-
closed June 21 by the Waco
(Texas) Times-Herald reads as
bergh and Senator "Pappy" W.
Lee O'Daniel, unofficial leader
of the "Christian Americans.*'
one of the best-financed pro-
fascist groups in the United
States.
3. Klan leaders and "fuehrers"
of a number of other fascist or-
ganizations in the nation will
hold a secret convention this
summer in some midwestern
follows: "I have requested our I city, probably Detroit, to discuss
representative, Mr. Jack Wil-
liams, to call on you in the near
future for the purpose of dis-
cussing with you the matter of
the formation of a new political
party. I am confident you are
interested in such a movement
the project of a mass fascist
party which would unite all
Nazi-minded elements. Basic
units of this group would be
community "Christian Action"
committees, similar to those set
up last year in Indiana by the
and feel, as I do. that NOW is H,-v. J. Walter Gibson a former
the time to give the most seri- < Klan lecturer. In addition, it is ,
ous consideration to this matter, learned, there would be "storm | of 'Vs Jew'sh inmates will be re-
This subject has been discussed | trooper"' gangs to be recruited | Patnated by next week, the an-
witli prominent people through- from the ranks of unemployed nouncement said,
out the country. I am sure that ex-servicemen. The affiliation \ There is much Jewish prop-
be interested in hear- of these gangs with the parent crty. especially stocks of textile
organization, however. would goods left in Theresienstadt,
be kept secret. j which Jewish leaders in Prague
MEMORY OF HEROIC NURSE HONOREDThe former Italian luxury liner Saturoki
has become the Queen of the Army's "Mercy Fleet." Renamed the S. S. Francis Y. Slan-
ger, in honor of the first American nurse killed, in the European theatre, the jhip has just
returned to the New York Port of Embarkation on its first mission as the world's largest
and fastest floating hospital. INSET: Mrs Alfred R. Bachrach, head of the Women's Divi-
sion, National Jewish Welfare Board, presents Lt. Col. Gilmore Sanes with a part of the
500 convalescent kits donated to the ship in honor of Nurse Slanger. Chaplains Max Zu-
cher and Edward T. Sar.drow were in attendance.
GHETTO LIQUIDATION
IS IN FINAL STAGE
The liquidation of the Jewish
ghetto in Theresienstadt is
reaching its final stage, it was
announced here. The last 2.000
ing what the plans are regarding
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The J.T.A. correspondent has are making an effort to obtain
been informed that a number
of the hood-and-shirt agitators
favor the name "American Na-
tionalist" for the prospective
party, which is the label already
in use by Reynolds. They like
to be used for relief purposes.
This effort however is not re-
ceiving any support from the
Czech authorities.
The Jewish ghetto clerks in
Theresienstadt, at the risk of
the term "nationalist" on their lives, saved a considerable
grounds that that label ex-
presses the Klans opposition not
only to the Jews but to all "non-
Aryan" minorities.
In recent weeks there has
been a revival of "fiery crosses"
in this section of the South. And
part of its archives, including
all death certificates which
were ordered destroyed by the
Gestapo. Urns which similarly
they held containing the ashe of
33.000 executed Jews, were seiz-
ed by the Germans a few days
here Klansmen have been busy prior to thir retreat and thrown
inciting Christians against Jews into a near-by river,
and white workers against ne- I _______________
groes.
SAUDI-ARABS GET
LEND-LEASE AID
Washington (JTA) Saudi-
Arabia has received American
lend-lease aid valued at S12,-
000,000 with most of it given in
silver coins, it was disclosed
here by the War Investigating
Committee headed by Senator
Mead of New York.
It was learned here that the
Standard Oil Co. of California
and the Texas Company are now
fully prepared to finance and
build the trans-Arabian pipe line
to tap the petroleum resources i
which they have been jointly i
developing in Saudi Arabia. It
is possible that Haifa and Jaffa'
will be the terminals for the new
pipe line, it was indicated.
ANTI-JEWISH FEELINGS
ACTIVE IN SLOVAKIA
vTTam? 1JTA) Pr e s i d e n t
Ldouard Bones of Czechoslova- I
A. lnL an cxcl"sive interview \
with the correspondent of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, ad-
mitted that anti-Jewish feelings
ZZ%. f" ftlVe in S1vakia
where five Jews were reported
his week killed by a mob in
r k 'ty / Presv, but held the
Bonemo-Moravian section of
Czechoslovakia is free of it
President Benes explained the
anti-Jewish feelings in Slovakia
by the fact that the political,
cultural and economic level is
not yet as high there as in Bo-
hemia It must be lifted, he
said. One of the most immedi-
ately pressing tasks of the com-
mon Czechoslovak government
is to put Slovak conditions in
order, he declared.
"There was anti-Semitism also
in Bohemia, the President
stated, "but this was due only
to the fact that the Jews in Bo-
hemia were representatives of
Germanism in the times when
Bohemia was a part of Austria
There was hatred against the
Jews only because that Jewish
generation appeared willing to
be a tool of the Germans.
JEWS IN SOFIA TO
PROTECT PROPERTY
NOTICE!
We call attention to our subscribers that effective July
15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian will be
increased to S3.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, two
years, S5.00. Renewals of all subscribers will be accepted
at the old rate until October 15. New subscribers will pay
increased rates.
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Sofia (JTA) The Bulgarian
Government issued an order en-
trusting the Central Jewish Con-
sistory in Sofia with the protec-
tion of the rights to property
abandoned by Jews who fled
from Bulgaria during the pro-
Nazi regime.
The Consistory has been ad-
ministering about fifty build-
ings of Jews who left Bulgaria
during the war. A recent order
brings many other Jewish prop-
erties under the management of
this central Jewish body. Lead-
ers of the Jewish community are
now authorized to issue a call
to Jewish refugees from Bul-
garia to immediately contact the
Jewish Consistory to regain pos-
session of their properties.
Three members of the Jewish
Consistory were appointed as
delegates to the conference of
the World Jewish Congress
which opens tjiis month in Lon- I
don. The three are: Jacques Na-
than, Isaac Frances and Sabetay
Farchi; the latter is a member of
the Zionist Labority Party.
London (JTA)A report that
President Truman sent a mess-
age to Emir Abdullah, ruler of
Transjordan, assuring him that
no decision on Palestine will be
taken by the Allies without con-
sultation with representatives of
Jews and Arabs, was broadcast
by the Madrid radio in Arab
language.
A report from Palestine states j
that the Husseini Party which I
was led by the ex-Mufti, sub-
mitted a memorandum to the
Palestine Government asking
the nationalization by the Bri-
tish Labor Government of the
Palestine Electric Company and
the Palestine Potash Company
in which Jews are big share-
holders. The memorandum also
lists a number of Jewish indus-
trial and banking enterprises in
Palestine asking for their na-
tionalization. "The Arab people
must learn the ways of nation-
alization," the memorandum
points out.
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INFORMS OF CAPTAIN
ZWITMAN'S RANK RISE
Public Relations office A.S.F.
at Camp Beale, California, in-
forms Service Parade Page of
the promotion of Chaplain Col-
man A. Zwitman, on leave from
Temple Israel, Miami, to a cap-
taincy.
The North Jersey communi-
ties of Asbury Park, Long
Branch and Red Bank, which
are in the vicinity of Fort Mon-
mouth, tendered a farewell tes-
timonial on Thursday, August
3 to Chaplain Zwitman prior to
his flying to California on a Pa-
cific assignment.
The testimonial was held at
the Asbury Ambassador Hotel
and was under the chairmanship
of U. S. Commissioner Goldstein
of Asbury Park. Representatives
of the various communities paid
high tribute to the chaplain for
his outstanding work in the civic
and religious organizations dur-
ing his stay at Fort Monmouth.
Colonel J. F. Solomon, educa-
tion, morale and special service
officer represented the Post in
his tribute and read a commen-
dation from the Post Command-
er signed by Colonel John S.
Weeks, executive officer of Mon-
mouth. A concert of music pre-
sented by the composer Julius
Chajes, was also part of the pro-
gram. Speakers of various Jew-
ish organizations and military
installations made presentations
to Chaplain Zwitman, who had
served for two years as chaplain
of the Eastern Signal Corps
Training Center, including Fort
Monmouth. Camp Wood, Camp
Edison and other installations at
the Signal Center.
DR. ALLAN HURSTtuberculosis
specialist, formerly of New York
City, who has assumed his duties as
Assistant Medical Director of the
National Jewish Hospital at Denver.
FATE OF MANY JEWS
IS ESTABLISHED
HOSPITAL REMINDS
OF PLUMBING SYSTEM
cJAicrifice and suffering ... a final crude resting- place ...Our
words cannot pay adequate tribute to ht deed* ... Our homage
seems in itself a futile thing ... it mutt remain for u to match
in unswerving purpose ... the matchle* devotion of his effort.
Ensign Bernard W. Firestone.
USN'R. Miami Beach, is now
Uerving ... the naval air station
in Honolulu in the intelligence
depart!:
Hi> wife, Mrs. Regine Fire-
stone, lives at 1670 Meridian
Avenue. He has been overseas
for nine months, and prior to
his transfer here, attended \he
naval training center, Miami.
T Sgt. Jerome Nudelman is
I spendinc a forty-five-day fur-
lough V, ith his mother, Mrs. Jo-
seph Weinberg, 1009 N. W. 43rd
street. Hi has been in the serv-
ice four years, the last three of
JKhich were spent in New He-
brides. Twenty-four years old,
he is chief uperator of the com-
munications office at the Post
there and wears the Good Con-
duct M, (!],
Ensign Edwin Greenblatt.
U.5.M.S.. has returned from the
facitic and is now at the Astor
in New York City. His mother,
Mrs. Ida Greenblatt, has joined
lim there.
Lt. Joseph Blau. commanding
oificer of a Seventh army head-
quarters company, has received
an oak leaf cluster to the bronze
star for his exploits in leading
nis men in a drive toward Co-
Rne during the Battle of the
WUge last December. His par-
ents hvo at 1770 S. W. Ninth
street.
Pi^7iv!nfi at Miami Army Air
mni fi-his weok after a 7-30-
B m i'iKht from Casablanca Cpl.
1S1U l8nder' 33' of 136 N- W-
*Z. JAven"e. Cpl. Hollander
v-hil soven months overseas
i"'* ys concluded in Italy. He
* on furlough before reporting
10r new assignment.
tyT->iuSidne* Sokolow. 1210 S.
Vi'oiT; Avenue, was aboard the
RnVt? y ^'P Montclair, due at
?on Thursday night with
Ps from the European thea-
Lt. Burton S. Kahn, USN, is
at the Roney Plaza hotel while
on a 10-day leave prior to as-
signment in the New York area.
Lt. Kahn, nephew of Albert
Kahn, served over two years in
the Mediterranean theater. He
plans to return to the Kahn &
Alpert organization, former as-
sociation, when lie is released
from service.
Marine lit Lt. Irving Scher-
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Scherer, 352 S. W. Fourth St., is
reported, back at his camp
after taking part in the Okin
awa and Iwo Jima campaigns.
Lt. Scherer enlisted in the
Marines in November, 1940 and
has been overseas since March,
1944. His wife and two-year-old
son are living in Beaumont, S. C.
Capt. Jack Falk, 39, husband
of Mrs. Mildred J. Falk. 1619
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, has returned from over-
seas service and is being pro-
cessed through the army ground
and service forces redistribution
station at Miami Beach. He
served 12 months as an eye sur-
geon, and is entitled to wear
two battle stars on his campaign
ribbon.
Capt. Bernard Gottlieb, form-
er Miamian, has been named
chief of the special service
branch of the Persian Gulf Com-
mandos office of technical in-
formation. Capt. Gottlieb served
with this vital supply line to
Russia since Feb. 28, 1943, and
his wife and daughter, Andrea
Marilyn, live a 1780 Fair haven
Place.
T/4 Robert S. Waterman,
formerly of 930 S. W. Seventh
St., has recently arrived a* the
Welch Convalescent Hospital at
Dayiona Beach. He entered the
army in May, 1941, and has since
served 14 months in Europe
with the Fourth Armored Divi-
sion.
Mildred Markowitx,.. Electri-
cian's Mate 3/c, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Markowitz
of 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, was one of the lead-
ing performers in a WAVE re-
cruiting program entitled "Navy
Blue on Review," presented last
week at the Rhode Island School
of Design, Providence, R. I.
Electrician's Mate Markowitz
is at present on duty at the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Quon-
set Point, R. I.
Halloran Hospital's modern
plumbing system, which Sgt.
Jesse Goodman has been appre-
dating, reminds him of one time '
in Rome. It was June 5, the day
before D-Day, 1944. There was
still a lot of shooting in the out-
skirts of Rome, and German dip-
lomats were checking out of ho-
tels the Americans were taking
over.
A combat photography crew
moved into the Grand Hotel, get-
ting the suite formerly occupied
by the Count of Aosta. They had
trouble obtaining the suite, but
when they saw the big beautiful
beds, the mirror lined dressing
room, the black marble bath-
room, they decided it had been
well worth it.
There was only one trouble,
Goodman says, with that gor-
geous bathroom: no water.
He and the others would have
to go out to the back yard, fetch
water from a well, and wash
out of their GI helmetsin that
great, big, beautiful black mar-
ble bathroom.
Mist Shirley Barnett, store-
keeper 1/c, WAVES, has report-
ed at Pearl Harbor for duty in
the Hawaiian islands.
Miss Barnett, who is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Barnett, 2181 S. W. 22nd
Ter., attended Miami Beach
high school enlisted in the navy
in September, 1942. Before
arriving at Pearl Harbor, she
was stationed at Cornell uni-
versity.
Pfc. Henry Schorr, 19, a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High school,
died July 26 in Germany as re-
sult of injuries received in a
truck accident.
Twice wounded in combat in
Germany, Pfc. Schorr was a
student at the University of Mi-
chigan before entering service in
July, 1944. He went overseas
last October.
He shares a Presidential Unit
citation for crossing the Rema-
gan bridge; was one of the first
30 men to make his way across
the Rhine at that point.
Survivors include his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schorr,
1240 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
and two sisters, Susanna and
Rashi Schorr, of the home ad-
dress.
Tel Aviv (JTA)A group of
Poles, adherents of the former
Polish Government-in-Exile who
are not willing to return to
liberated Poland, started a drive
here for funds to establish two
Polish non-Jewish settlements.
JAPS GOOD SHOTS.
SAYS SERGEANT
The Japs aren't bad shots, says
Sgt. Murray Perlman, of the
Bronx, N. Y. On Luzon, they
managed to get him twice in
one day. The first Jap merely
succeeded in plugging a hole the
size of a half dollar in Murray's
helmet, but the second one got
him in the arm.
It all happened on Murray's
second day in action. As a mem-
ber of an airborne infantry out-
fit, he had literally jumped into
combat the day before.
"We made the jump," he says,
"against no opposition at all, and
the next day we made good time.
We had covered about 30 miles
when we contacted them for a
fight in a little town ten miles
south of Manila.
"The Jap who put this hole in
my helmet was behind a wall
ten yards in front of me as we
assaulted them. He knocked my
helmet about three feet in the
air, and the bullet actually sing-
ed my hair."
An hour later, going ino a
brick warehouse wih four other
men to rout snipers, Perlman was
hit again. The buUett broke his
arm.
London (JTA)The fate of
several thousand Italian Jews
who were deported by the Ger-
mans from Italy in 1943 has now
been established by a represen-
tative of the Intergovernmental
Committee for Refugees who
toured the camps in Germany
and Austria where Jews and
others are being held for repa-
triation to their native lands.
All the Jews, brought in sev-
eral transports from Italy to
Germany, were later transported
to the extermination camps in
Oswiccim and Birkenau and
executed in gas chambers there,
eye-witnesses told the represen-
tative of the Intergovernmental
Committee. Among those who
substantiated the change were
Boris Rojen, a former internee
in the Oswiecim camp, Simon
Feierman, who was an inmate of
the Birkenau camp, and others
who are now at Dachau await-
ing return to their home towns.
There were still about 2,000
Jews in the Dachau camp when
the investigator of the Inter-
governmental Committee for
Refugees visited the premises of
that camp. Around 3,000 Jews
were in the neighboring camp of
Allach. Since then, the French,
Belgian, Dutch and most of the
Czech Jews have been repatriat-
ed. A certain number of non-
French Jews were included in
the French party, the represen-
tative of the Intergovernmental
Committee reports.
"Dachau has a well organized
Jewish information office whose
chief representative is Dr. Dor-
theimer, a capable Polish Jew,"
the report says. "This office has
taken a census among the Jew-
ish internees of their migration
goals. The four favored by most
are: Palestine, the British Domi-
nions, United States and Eng-
land."
JEWISH CHILDREN
WERE SLAUGHTERED
UNIVERSITY WILL
PRODUCE PENICILLIN
Jerusalem (JTA) The He-
brew University reported that
its laboratories will produce
penicillin for external use. un-
der the supervision of Dr. Ba-
ruch Levin, son of the late Zion-
ist leader Shmarya Levin. Peni-
cillin for internal use will not
be produced by the Hebrew
University laboratories because
such production requires the
establishment of a special very
costly plant.
Bucharest (JTA) A repre-
sentative of the International
Red Cross arriving here from
Carpatho-Russia, former part of
Czechoslovakia which is now a
part of Soviet Ukraine, told the
correspondent of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that during
the German-Hungarian occupa-
tion all Jewish children there
under the age of 14 were slaugh-
tered by the Gestapo.
Of the 110,000 Jews who lived
in Carpatho-Russia before the
war, 90,000 were deported to ex-
termination camps and the re-
mainder sent by the Germans to
do forced labor in special camps,
the Red Cross official said. Of
the latter, about 15,000majority
of them womenreturned, he
reported. The Red Cross ap-
pointed a special commission to
collaborate with the local author-
ities in giving each repatriate
1,000 pengoes and clothing as
immediate relief.
Reporting on the situation of
the repatriated Jews the Soviet
regime, the Red Cross represen-
tative stated that the existence
of Jewish Community Councils
is permitted throughout Car-
patho-Russia, but no Jewish or-
ganization exists and no Jewish
school was opened. There are
fifty soup-kitchens feeding the
Jewish repatriates in need of
relief. Convalescent homes and
workshops have also been es-
tablished for the returning Jews,
he said.
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experiments and knew beyond
all doubt that they had discover-
ed the long-sought method of
releasing atomic energy.
Dr. Bohr, whose mother is
Jewish, was at that time in the
United States. On January 24,
1939. the Meitner-Frisch experi-
ment was repeated at Columbia
Unfversity in New York by Dr.
Bohr and Prof. Enrico Fermi, an
anti-Fascist refugee from Italy
whose wife is Jewish. Three days
later Dr. Bohr and Prof. Fermi,
both holders of the Nobel prize,
dramatically announced the re-
sults of these experiments at a
meeting of physicists at George
Wasington University in Wash-
ington.
Late in 1939 the possibility- of
using atomic energy for military
purposes was brought to the at-
tention of President Roosevelt
He appointed a committee to
survey the problem. This re-
sulted in the establishment
later of a special laboratory in
an isolated area in the vicinity
of Santa Fc. N. M. This labora-
tory when- the atomic bomb
was "born," has been planned,
organized and directed by Dr.
J. Robert Oppenheimer of the
University of California, a Jew-
ish scientist, who was born in
New York an.I graduated from
Harvard in 1925. He later at-
tendr.1 i' imbridge ami received
his Ph.D. from the University of |
Goettingen in Germany in 1927
"The d i vel o p m e n t of the
atomic bomb itself." Secretary
of War Henry L. Stimson, said
in an official statement last i
week, "has been largely due to
Dr. Oppenheimer's t;.nius and,
the inspiration and the leader-
ship he has Riven to Ins associ-
Dr. Oppenheimer is a
fellow ut the American Academy
of Arts and Sciences, the Amcr- ,
ican Physical Society, the Amer-
ican Philosophical Society and
the National Academy of Sci-
ences
Credit for helping in the de-
velopment of the atomic bomb
was given in a statement issued
this week bv former Prime Min-
ister Churchill to Prof. Rudolf
Peierls, a Jewish scientist from
Germany who was forced to
leave his native land after the
Nazis came to power there, and
who is now a British subject.
Another Jewish refugee scien-
tist credited by Churchill with
contributing to the development
of the atomic bomb is Dr. Franz
Eugen Simon who was admitted
to England after being forced to
leave Germany.
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
Last week this column was
devoted to Dr. Lize Mietnei's
contribution to atomic force and
the ironical picture of the work
of this great scientist, who was
banished from Germany because
of her non-aryanism, being uti-
lized to defeat the surviving axis
partner. It now appears that
Germany expelled other scien-
tists responsible for the great
atomic discovery solely because
of their non-compliance with the
Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws.
The New York Times editorial
of August 8 in recognizing the
contributions of Jewish scientists
and engineers in discovering and
harnassing the atomic energy
offered "Thanks to Hitler."
"By God's mercy British and
American science outpaced all
German efforts," said Winston
Churchill in his comments on
the atomic bomb, thereby con-
firming Washington's statement [
that the Germans were not far |
behind us. Though the credit
for having forestalled the Ger-
mans must go to the air forces
that bombed German research
laboratories where secret weap-
ons were developed, we have
some reason to thank Hitler and
Mussolini for handicapping
themselves. The Fuehrers irra-
tional glorification of Nordics
and II Duce's acceptance of the
Nuremberg policy had the result
of presenting us with some ot
the best physicists of Germany
and Italy and of occupied coun-
tries.
Consider the galaxy of scien-
tific stars that shine in the
American atomic-bomb firma-
ment. "Thanks for having forced
Dr. Lise Meitner to flee to Stick-
holm." we say to Hitler, when
wo recall that she played her
part in blazing the trail that led
to the release of energy from
the uranium atom. "And thanKS
for Niels Bohr, who, though a
Dane, was inacceptable to you
under your Nuremberg laws and
who formulated the theory on
which the atomic bomb is based."
That man Bohr was a Godsend,
one of the leaders in the group
that worked here on the bomb.
"Thanks, too, for Einstein, "who
was also consulted and who gave
us the simple equation that
showed just what the relation
of matter to energy is and how
one can be converted into the
other. And then there is Enrico
Fermi. "What a mistake you
made, II Duce. when you oblig-
ingly toed Hiter's Nordic mark
and forced him out." He was
Italy's foremost physicist, this
Fermi, the man who showed
how easily a slow neutron can
slip into an atom, to burst its
nucleus and release the terrific
energy that laid Hiroshima low.
A priceless gift was he to the
group that developed the bomb.
There must be scores of others
who were not mentioned in the
official announcements engi-
neers, technicians, chemists,
physicists of distinction, all Rifts
of Hitler and Mussolini. .
It is significant to note that
those scientists were originally
working on the atomic problem
in the realm of pure science,
rather than as an instrument of
war. They were concerning
themselves with the constructive
possibilities of atomic research
in terms of human welfare
rather than its use as a weapon
of destruction. At the same
time, it is also significant that
Hitler's racial laws may have
prevented him from "beating us
to the gun."
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day afternoon in a l0pTi ?tut-
tal after a brief i?nc0a Hi-
Feldman came to fc *
years ago from New Ck IT
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his widow, Mrs. faX]\*
man, and a son Cant *
Feldman of Port Oh n^
Funeral servic. were 'u*L ,
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Hillel Advisory Council
meet Sunday
win
A. M. at the Jewff%,J
include discussion of the m,
posed budget 1: the forthrom*.
ing capital funds drive and I
selection of a rep esentatiwTta
serve on the campaign allotment
committee, in addition to mak
ing plans for the purchase ot
equipment and furnishings in
the Hillel House on the Univ-
sity of Miami campus.
Action will als, be taken on
the resignation i Louis Hei-
man, council adviau-.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will hold a meetinj
Tuesday evening at which time
it is anticipated that the mem-
bership dues of the organization
will be increased t- fifteen dol-
lars per year. Holiday plans wil
also be discussed.
CANTOR MAMCHES
GOES TO BRIDGEPORT
Rev. Maurice Mamches has re-
signed as Cantor of Beth Jacob
Congregation after ten years of
continuous service with the
Beach pioneer synagogue. He
has announced his association
with Congregation A h a v a t h
Achim. in Bridgeport, Conn.
Reverend Mamches participated
in many of the local and na-
tional activities during his stay
here. He appeared at a num-
ber of concerts at the University
of Miami. He was introduced to
local musical circles by Mana-
Zucca at her Miami home. He
assisted the organization of the
local chapter of the Jewish Con-
gress and made radio appear-
ances for the University of Mi-
ami Conservatory, the Miami Y
and the Rabbinical Association.
Before coming and during his
affiliation with Beth Jacob, Rev-
erend Mamches studied with
prominent teachers, including
Cantor Joshua Weisser. Reinald
Werrenrath, Cortilli, Professor
Edward Clarke and Arturo de
Filippi. He graduated from the
Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva in New
York, class of 1931.
KLEIN SPEAKS TO
BEACH ZIONISTS
Nathaniel Klein was guest
speaker at the luncheon meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club last Wednesday
at the Strand Hotel. The group
meets weekly on Wednesdays
and has guest speakers discuss
current and Zionist problems.
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PAGE NINE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
The Credit Line
The credit of Jewish refugees
l thia country has reached a
new high since the discovery
of the atom bomb. Now
even the most rabid refugee-
haters" admit that the United
States has benefited greatly
from the fact that many of the
Jewish scientists who were driv-
en out by the Nazis from Ger-
many came to this ?ountry
Many realize that if the Nazis
Hid n >1 succeed in the race for
the d.-covery of the atomic
boiiii>. it was due exclusively to
the feet that Jewish scientists
such as Dr. Use Meitner, Dr. Ot-
to Flic Dr. Franz Simon. Prof.
Rudoli' Peierls, took the secrets
0f the atomic energy with them
when they fled from Germany,
[matin how cities like New
York. Washington and many
OtheR would have been wiped
off had the Germans discovered
i the ai mic bomb ahead of the
United States. And it is no
: secret any longer that our mili-
tary leaders were very much
afraid of the possibility that
Hitler was close to the develop-
ment of the atom bomb. .
, Which ould have led to the
(bopping of these bombs, not on
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but on
the major cities in the United
States and in England. The
contribution of the Jewish refu-
gee scientists to the development
of atomii bomb for America and
Britain "bus saved the lives of
many millions of Americans and
Englishmen. All this is fair-
ly well realized now by many
who previously complained that
there are "too many" refugees
in America. What they do
I not know as yet is, that quite a
I number >f other Jewish scien-
tists exiled by the Nazis from
I Europe are similarly working
\ on various other secret projects
I in this '-ountry helping America
1 to win the war.....The names
I the-c refugees, when even-
tually revealed, will add to the
credit of the Jewish refugees as
well as to the glory of the Jews
in the United States. .
London Echoes
The American delegation to
the World Zionist Conference in
London is not exactly acting in
London as a united front.....
Some are definitely supporting
the present world Zionist ad-
ministration, while others de-
mand a reorganization of the
world Zionist executive. ... On
the whole, the American dele-
gation is growling that the
American Zionist movement is
denied its proper influence. .
At the first Zionist conference
in London after World War I,
the American Zionists were rep-
resented with 50 delegates,
while at the present conference
they were allotted 12 seats only.
. This, despite the fact that
the Zionist movement in Amer-
ica has grown tremendously
during the last twenty-five
years. The largest delegation
at the present conference in
London is that of Palestine. .
It is composed of twenty-five
members. England, with
30,000 Zionist members, has nine
delegates at the conference. .
The American Zionist delegation
claims that on the basis of the
numerical strength of the ZOA
and other Zionist groups in the
United States, as well as con-
sidering the political importance
of the American Zionist move-
ment, more than twelve seats
should have been given to the
United States. Another com-
plaint is that the whole plan-
ning of the conference was made
behind closed doors without
consulting American Zionist
leaders. A third grievance
is that at the recent meeting of
the Board of Governors of the
Hebrew University, four Amri-
can members were added to the
Board, none of whom has been
recommended by the Zionist
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
1945
ROSH HASHONAH
Saturday, Sept. 8
Sunday. Sept. 9
YOM KIPPURN
Monday, Sept. 17
SUCCOTH
Saturday, Sept. 22
to Sunday, Sept. 30
CHANUKAH
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Friday, Nov. 30
YIZKOR
or Memorial Services fcr the de
parted are conducted on the fol
lowing Holidays:
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Monday, Sept. 17
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Russian Memoirs
Samuel Harper, son of the first
president of the University of
Chicago, was a friend of Russia,
a friend of Poland, a friend of
Czechoslovakia. ... He was also
a friend of the Jews. From
his book of memoirs, completed
shortly before his death in 1943,
one may see how he argued with
the notorious Roman Dmowski,
the Jew-baiter No. 1 of Poland,
trying to induce him to modify
his anti-Jewish "philosophy" .
This book is published by Uni-
versity of Chicago Press under
the title "The Russia I Believe
In." .... A student of Russian
life under the Czar as well as
under the Soviet system, Harper
says in His b*x>k that the Jewish
question in Czarist Russia prov-
ed to be one of his most diffi-
cult problems.....For all of
his efforts his memoirs however,
do not reveal that he has made a
really serious study of the Jew-
ish qustion during his stay in
Czarist Russia. Nor did he
visit Jewish-populated towns
during his travels in Russia
which coincided with the Kishi-
nev and other programs. Yet
he tried to make Americans be-
lieve that the position of the
Russian Jew under the Czar was
not due to designed persecution
but a symptom of the social and
economic situation. ... In the
later years, when Constantin
Oumansky was Soviet ambassa-
dor in Washington, he argued
with the latter as to why Soviet
Russia did not admit Naxi-per-
secuted Jews. The book is
more of a "personal history"
than an analytical study of Rus-
sia. But the author leaves
no doubt that after observing
life in Russia closely for forty
years, he believes in the pres-
ent system there. .
Canadian Trends
Jews in Canada, though rela-
tively well off are now more
than ever before anxious to im-
migrate to the United States. .
There are a number of reasons
behind this desire, but the ma-
jor reason lies in the fact that
the 170,000 Jews of Canada feel
somewhat isolated and realize
that the Jewish community
there cannot grow as long as
the doors of the country are
closed to immigration. On
the other hand they read about
the many large-scale %ctivities
of the 5,000,000 Jews in the
neighboring United States and
dream of joining them. ... It
is easier today than at any pre-
vious time to get a U. S. immi-
gration visa in Canada, since im-
migration from Europe is prac-
tically non-existent, thus the
yearly immigration quota is not
filled. The Canadian Jewish
Congress is doing a remarkable
piece of work in attending to
the interests of Canadian Jew-
ry. .. Its efficient executive di-
rector Saul Hays has his hands
busy both with relief activities
for Jews abroad and with com-
batting anti-Semitism. One
of the most vicious forms of
anti-Semitism from which the
Jews of Canada suffer is dis-
crimination in the field of em-
ployment. Anti-Jewish acts
occur with most regretable fre-
quency also at summer resorts.
On the whole, direct attacks on
the good name of the Jew have
not been frequent in Canada in
recent years, and were confined
to the more irresponsible and
vulgar fringe. ... A new form
of anti-Jewish propaganda came
to light in Western Canada and
in Montreal when letters osten-
sibly signed by Jews, were pub-
lished in the press "admitting"
the faults which anti-Semites
choose to ascribe to the Jewish
people. ... In Montreal the
guilty party was found to be
an anti-Zionist Arab. .
RABBINICAL STUDENT NEW HEAD OF ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH
Arthur Gilbert (left), 19-year-old rabbinical student at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who was elected grand
aleph godol or national president of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai
B'rith's organization for boys of high school age. His home is in
Philadelphia. He is shown being congratulated by Harold Rhein, of
Chicago, retiring grand aleph godol, who was elected a junior mem-
ber of the B'nai B*rith Youth Commission, governing body of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
8.000 STATELESS JEWS JDC KEEPS STATELESS
ARE IN ITALIAN CAMPS FROM PRISON CAMPS
New YorkSome eight thou-'
sand stateless Jews now in Al-
lied control camps and Italian
camps in the Po Valley, are liv-
ing under "inadequate' condi-
tions, Benjamin Brook, one of
the Joint Distribution Commit-'
tee's representatives in Rome,
reported to Dr. Joseph C. Hy-
man, executive vice-chairman of
J.D.C. on the basis of a ten-day
tour of the Po Valley. Most of
the group were formerly intern-
ed in concentration camps in
southern Germany and Austria.
At present, their food and sleep-
ing quarters are "inadequate" and
there is not even essential cloth-
ing available. Hundreds are or-
phans between the ages of 12
and 16, Mr. Brook added. J.D.C.
has, therefore, expanded its pro-
gram of aid to Jews in Italy to
include assistance for the pur-
chase of clothing, for institu-
tional care and vocational train-
ing for the young people.
Brussels Prompt action, by
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee kept 430 stateless Jews re-
cently released from displaced
prison camps in Germany from
being returned to such camps
after they reached Belgium.
When the refugees reached Bel-
gium, it was discovered that they
were without legal status in
that country. Within 48 hours
the J.D.C. arranged to provide
maintenance for them and they
were given permission to stay.
COMMITTEE IS MEETING
As we go to press members of
the newly appointed sub-com-
mittee on Civic Protection of the
Federation Committee on Com-
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committee will study further
services now rendered in the
civic protective field and its re-
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Michael Shemer is a Mlamlan and
pant ins youth here, taking '" "'-
tive part In high school and "V" ath-
letics He la known as "Lefty" t>> nil
many friends here "ho art' Watching
willi keen Interest his success In the
major leaf
After looking at several lead-
ing minor league prospects the
N. Y. Giants finally decided to
purchase Mike Schemer (pro-
nounced "Shemmer") from their
Jersey City farm as a repace-
ment for Phil Weintraub. Phil
will stick with the club and will
continue to slay in the lineup
so long as he belts a long ball.
For some time now, as report-
ed in this column, the aging
Weintraub has been in Ott's dog
house. Last fall Mel Ott vowed
Phil was through as a Giant.
The lack of a replacement forc-
ed Mel to reinstate the burly
first sack* r but it was known
that the manager was not satis-
fied. Little effort was made to
hide the tact that a search was
on for a new first sacker.
After a sensational start this
season Weintraub began to fade.
Giant scouts toured the bushi -
frantically to secure a repace-
nient. For a while it appeared
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that Les Scarsella, Oakland star,
was headed to New York. After
meeting his demands for a two
year $12,000 contract and a few
other requests the New York
nine learned Scarsella would
not move East. Failing in their
quest to land the Western bel-
ter the Giants tried to secure
Roy Zimmerman. Newark home
run leader. At one time it ap-
peared the N. Y. Yankees would
sell their chattel to their over-
the-river neighbors for S35.000.
But when Larry McPhail be-
gan to find fault with Nick Et-
ten, Yankee first baseman, the
deal was cancelled. Failing in
all directions the National
Leaguers decided to bring Sche-
mer up from the Jersey farm
nine. With Norman Jaeger, out
of thf Coast Guard, available
for dflty at Jersey City the Gi-
ants finally decided to give
Schemer a chance.
At the time of his purchase
big Mike was hitting a .329 clip
for 106 contests. His 132 hits
included 20 doubles, nine triples,
and five home runs. A lefty all
the way, Mike should find the
short right field stands at the
Polo Grounds a very inviting
home.
Mike becomes the third suc-
cessive Jewish first baseman to
handle the post for the Giants.
Sid Gordon played 41 games
there in 1943 and then Wein-
, traub took over. Schemer was
' an all around athlete at the Uni-
versity of Miami. The son of an j
Orthodox Rabbi who passed i
, away last year Mike had the ap-
proval of his father to play
pro baseball.
Right now the Giants are well
stocked with players of Hebraic
extinction. Schemer joins Wein-
i traub and Harry Feldman the
; pitcher. Infielder Sid Gordon is
in the Coast Guard and catcher
Harry Danning is on the retired
list.
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LAND FOR ABSORPTION OF NEW IMMIGRANT?
PAN-ARAB LEAGUE TO
RESIST LAND BUYING
Cairo (JTA)Member state?
of the Pan-Arab League were
urged this week to contribute
to a fund to help Palestine Arabs
"resist" land purchases by Jews.
Speaking at a meeting of the ,
economic and agricultural sub-
committees of the league, Az/.am ]
Bey, secretary general of the
federation and Minister for
Arab Affairs in the Egyptian
Cabinet, attacked the "Zionist
imperialist invasion" in Pales-
tine and urged the Arab states
to consider his proposal for fi-
nancial assistance for the Pales-
tine Arabs,
Tlir acquisition of IanJ in Palestine
is vital for the absorption of new Im-
migrants from war-ravaged Earrae,
the r.integration of reluming service-
in. ii .mil women, the establishment of
new agricultural settlement*, housing
development* for newly arrived refu-
gee- ami the increase of fooil produc-
tion. The Jewish Agenry for Palestine,
the Pale-tine Foundation Fund, the
Jewish National Fund and the Mii-
raehi Palestine Fund the agencies
constituting the United Palestine Ap-
pealrequire $J3.3O0,O0O in 1915 to
rarry on and expand the prop-am ol
mass settlement and r< .in-truetion of
the Jewish National Home, In addi-
tion to providing new land anas fot
the settlement of hundredl of thou-
sands of Europe'- homeleM Jt\
United Palestine Appeal fund- are nli-
Used for transportation, honiiag, eas.
and training of new srrivslt, promo-
tion of agrirullural and industrial dt-
vrloptnent, aid to demobilised lean
soldiers and assistance lo nluralionil,
eullural and religious institution is
the Jewish National Home.
CHAPLAIN HOROWITZ
TOURING EUROPE'S CAMPS
i bDIIMpHI 'S ip* aw
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. Sth St.
Phone 2-7439
Chaplain Samuel Horowitz,
(assistant to Theatre Chaplain,
I. B.) is touring the various rest
camps in India, on behalf of the
Theatre Chaplain to organize
Jewish Services. He conducts
Friday evening sen-ices and
selects a leader among the per-
manently-stationed Jewish per-
sonnel to carry on. In the same
missions he also arranges with
each commanding officer the
authority to engage civilian
clergymen for Catholic and Pro- .1
testant services.
Thus, religious services are ,
brought to the men vacationing j
in the mountain resorts.
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LjuDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewist) fit rid fan
PAGE ELEVEN
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(C, pyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
QUESTION: What is "Hatik-
aLWi r: "Hatikvoh" is the
I title Siven to a Hebrew song
'i generally considered
, npular of its kind. The
, -the hope" and is
of the fact that the
Iwics ,,. note the longing of the
1 ,,., Palestine, the father-
lv the perennial hope of
acl,;, ng the realization of this
drei
QUESTION: Who wrote the
\ !!: The words were
m v the poet Naphtali
Her/ In ber in the year 1878,
notably while he was still in
|: Soon afterwards he
; went to Palestra* and then came-
to this country where he died.
Soni ative hoosiers remember
his visit to Indianapolis and
(.]a!i have seen the poem
in jts original manuscript form.
QUESTION: Who wrote the
musit .
ANSWER: It is claimed to
have been set to music by Sam-
uel C< hi n, one of the pioneer
settle Palestine. Many con-
tend that the melody is based
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upon a Czechoslovakian folk
song. It is also used by the com-
poser Smetana in his symphonic
poem "Moldau."
QUESTION: How did the song
come to be considered as a sort
of National Anthem?
Answer: The song was at first
taken up by the Palestine colo-
nists and became the anthem of
the Zionist movement after it
was officially organized in 1897.
Since then it has been widely
accepted in Jewish circles as a
National Anthem, in a relative
sense.
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
And Be Sure If
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
Milk Product!"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
VUit Our Farm at
6:on N. W. 32nd Street
Robert Shosteck, former chief
of the coding section of the Na-
tional Roster of Scientific and
Specialized Personnel of the War
Manpower Commission, who has
been appointed assistant national
director of the B'nai B'rith Vo-
cational Service Bureau.
Protect freedom of speech
don't be free with military in-
formation!
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
6j-7IO S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH
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THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Gladly Furmihed on Kequtil
SERVING MIAMI BEACH a MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
\ *MBtfC**ceStK?fr y
JOS. L. PLUMMER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Conservative,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m. Fri-
day evening. Saturday morning ser-
vices at II a, m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
rnan will preach on tho Weekly Por-
tion of the Law anil Cantor Emanual
Barkan will chant. .Stanford Allen.
son of mis. Blanche Goldman and
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kahn will become bar mltzva. Min-
cha services at 7 p. m. followed by
Shalos S'eudos and Maariv.
ClfoU,r^
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ROHANS
Dealers in Pratt <& Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
Hum i beach
irt^S-ZOfr,
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N
t. 19th St.Regular services Frldaf
evening at 8:15 i>. m. Rabbi Saul
Applebaum will conduct services.
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. Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah,
IMS S. W. 3rd Street, Friday eve-
ning services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday
morning servloea at .a. m. Donald
Alan, son <,f Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Is. Davis, will become bar mltzva.
Rabbi Samuel Simon April will re-
spond. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will be
Following services with a recep-
tion In honor of their son's bar mltz-
va. Friends are invited. Shalos Seu-
dps 7:1.1 p. in. followed by Minrha
Maariv Services. Hebrew School
daily 9 a. m. to 13 noon.
RADIO SERVICEFREE ESTIMATES
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Ph. 3-3619 Ph. 5-7173
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LEGAL NOTICES
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.
Regular services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
at 8:30 a. m. Daily Minyan. He-
brew School daily from Monday
through Thursday, 9 a. m. until 12.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Lib-
eral, 761 41st Street, Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi.
OrthodoxFriday evening services at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
at 8:30. Shalos Seudos at 7:30 p. m.
Evening services at 8:30. Summer
sessions of the religious school Mon-
day through Friday from 9 to 12.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
PILE] 39S68
Not ire is hereby given that Vi-
vian Randolph, holder as assignee of
City of Miami, Tea Certificate num
bered 4694, dated the 7th dav of June.
A. D. 1943, has filed said Certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue thereon in
nerordanrr- with law. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property, situated In Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
T-ot 445, Auburndale Tamiami
Trail Addition, Plat Book 15,
Page 36. in the City of Miami,
t'oiuity of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was In
the name of Unknown unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 12th day of Septem-
ber. A.D. 1945.
Dated this 8th day of August, A.D.
1941.
(Circuit Court Seal)
F. B. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. STKRRRTT. D. C.
8/10-17-24-31 9/7
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned have been engaged in
the operation of a business under
tho fictitious name of PRINTING
ARTS," located at 320 West Flagler
street, Miami Florida, and now In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court' of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK TF.ITLF.R
BARBARA TKITLER
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-:.'!
WHAT-WHERE-WHEN
Monday, Aug. 20:
Miami Service League, Town
8:18 P. M.
CLOSING EXERCISES
OF "Y" CAMP AUG. 23
Leon Lieberman, chairman of
the Town "Y" Home Camp Com-
mittee, announces that the clos-
ing exercises for the Home
Camp will be held at the Town
"Y" on Thursday evening, Au-
gust 23, at 7 o'clock.
A review of all activities will
be given in dramatic form and
the main feature of the evening
will be a musical entitled, "Ali
Baba and the Forty Thieves,"
given by the children of the
Home Camp.
An arts and crafts display will
be shown and the public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
GRUNFELD REPLIES
TO HERTZ' CRITICISM
London (JTA) Replying to
criticism of Chief Rabbi Hertz'
recent charge that Jewish chil-
dren who were given shelter in
Christian institutions during the
Nazi occupation are being "spiri-
tually kidnapped," Dayan Grun-
feld, who is acting for the Chief
Rabbi because of the tatter's ill-
ness, appealed to Christians to
support the commission set up
to restore Jewish children to Ju-
daism.
In a letter to the Times, Rabbi
Grunfeld says that "no one in
Israel fails to appreciate the self-
sacrifice and human kindness of
thos who, at grave risk to them-
selves, saved children from the
terrible fate of their parents.
The real tragic point is that there
are individuals in convents who
are refusing to restore these
children to their ancestral faith
or allow Jewish ministers to
contact them."
INFORMATION SOUGHT
"Information is being sought
of Francis or Frank Roberts in
behalf of his wife and infant
twin sons (born subsequent to
his disappearance) with whom1
he is not in touch and toward
whose support he has not been
contributing, so that they are
destitute and recipients of relict.
Nothing of or from Mr. Roberts
has been heard since the latter
part of December, 1944. His de-
pendents are living in Brooklyn,
N Y Francis Roberts, born in
Texas or Utah, was an auto me-
chanic by occupation, is six feet
three inches tall, weighs 205
pounds, has black hair and
eyes Anyone aware of his loca-
tion is requested to communicate
wUh the National Desertion Bu-
reau, 67 West 47th Street. New
York City."_________________
KeerTon Buying War Bonds
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fietitiotis namo
of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 750
Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Bearh.
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ABRAM WASSERMAN
MOLLIE W. MARCUS
JULIUS WASSERMAN
MART WASSERMAN
DIAXA COOPF.RSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
8/10-17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBERTS at 50 N. W. 1st St.. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IttltEN OREF.NBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
S/10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ELECTRIX APPLIANCE RE-
PAIR SHOP at 2767 S. W. 27th Ave.,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 >ude County, Florida.
GEORGE ROSENE
MARX FF.IN'RERG
Attorney for Applicant
8/10-17-24-30 9/7
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned have been engaged In
the operation of a business under the
fictitious name of "COASTAL WIP-
ING RAGS," located at 1098 N. W.
21st street. Miami, Florida, and now
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
M. L. SHAPIRO
..... LEE SHAPIRO
MAX R. SILVER
Attflin< foi Applicants.
7 87 S/3-10-17-JI
NOTICE IS' IIKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI PLASTIC PRODUCTS CO.
at 502 Langford Building, .Miami.
Florida- Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DAN EXOELBERO
- SIDNEY SAKS
IRVING NENNER
MYERS & IIEIMAN
Attorneys for applicant.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LEE'S PHARMACY intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RALPH J. WASSERMAN
WALTER WAX.MAN
MYERS & IIEIMAN
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BELLE ISLE CLEANERS at 3820
X. W. 7th Ave., Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MANUEL LETOWSKY
JULIUS BURGER
DIAXA CiiOPEBSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
7/27 8/3-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fieitlous name
of LA INDIA BONITA GIFTS at 216
N. E. 1st Street intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE ZEV S1XGERMAN
MYERS & HEIMAX.
Attorneys for Applicant.
8/3-10-17-24-31.
Think, act, be American!
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
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I. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co.
PHONE 3-0070
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.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HERBERT'S RESTAURANT., in-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the ClnJuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID SCHILLER
IGNATZ LED
MEYERS & WEITZM.W
Attorneys for Applicants
7/10-17-24-31 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious namo
of A & B GARMENT COMPANY,
not inc., intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
AARON BERKOWITZ
PAUL WEITZMAN
Attorney for Applicant
7/10-17-24-31 9/7
THREE O'CLOCK ...
AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK"
WAKEFUL NIGHTS how the time" drags!
Minutes seem like hours, we worry over things
done and left undone. After such a night, we get
up in the morning more tired than when we went
to bed. Nervous Tension causes many a wakeful
night and wakeful nights are likely to cause Ner-
vous Tension. Next time you feel Nervous and
Keyed Up or begin to toss, tumble and worry after
you get to bedtry
DR. MILES NERVINE
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Da, Miles Nervine. Try it for Nervous Headache and Nervous Indigestion.
Get Dr. Mllee Nervine at your drug store. Effervescent Tablets, Large
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2W, both equally effective as a sedative, both guaranteed to satisfy or
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PAGE TWELVE
9-Jewish HerIdksiii
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
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NEWCOMERS WORK ON THE SOIL OF THE HOMELAND
T
500 JEWISH YOUTHS
READY FOR PALESTINE
RomeFive hundred Jewish
youths between the ages of 14
and 17, all former internees in
Gorman concentration camps,
are now preparing for life in
Palestine as chalutzim in Hach-
sharahs in Italy, where they
have been placed by the Joint
Distribution Committee. J.D.C.
is providing financial assistance
and material aid in the voca-
tional training and educational
programs which will prepare
them for life in Palestine, where
all hope to emigrate.
IDC BUYS 50.000
PAIRS OF SHOES
Buenos AiresThe Joint Dis-
tribution Committee has pur-
chased an additional 50,000 pairs
of shoes in South America to be
sent to needy Jews in Europe,
bringing to a total of 70,000 the
number of pairs of shoes pur-
chased in South America this
year. Orders for an additional
30,000 will be placed soon. The
shoes are intended for distribu-
tion to Poland, France, Belgium
and Holland.
Buy More War Bonds,
ingnot giving. _____
These young: Jewish immigrants, brought to Pal-
estine from devastated Europe, are trained in every
branch of agriculture to prepare them for their ulti-
mate absorption in the agricultural settlement* estab-
lished by the agencies receiving their American sup-
port through the United Palestine Appeal. With funds
provided by the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs and Palestine, the UPA is making
possible the large-scale immigration of Jewish men,
women and children into Palestine, aiding in the
adjustment and rehabilitation of newcomers, provid-
ing housing accommodations for refugees, promot-
ing the development of agricultural settlements and
industrial enterprises to speed the integration of
immigrants, and sustaining every aspect of the pro-
gram of the Jewish Agency, Palestine Foundation
Fund and Jewish National Fund for the recon-
struction of the Jewish National Home. In July alone
some 3,500 Jewish immigrants were scheduled to
reach the shores of Palestine. The Joint Distribution
Committee provided transportation for most of these
newcomers. The United Palestine Appeal, the Joint
Distribution Committee and the National Refugee
Service arc represented in the nationwide campaign
of the United Jewish Appeal.
YOUTH DESCRIBES
CLOTHING RECEIPT
JerusalemA first-hand de-
scription 01 the receipt of cloth-
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
ing sent by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee to Lublin was
given this week by a Palestinian
soldier who witnessed the arrival
of the first transport from Ter-
heran. The youth, now back in
Palestine, had been brought to
Poland by the Germans after his
capture in Italy where he fought
with the Jewish Brigade. He
was then liberated by the Red
Army and was in Lublin when
the clothing sent by the J.D.C.
arrived. He writes: "News that
the transport of clothing had ar-
rived spread quickly among the
Jewish poulation, and. in the
course ot several hours, the en-
tire transort was distributed
among the survivors."'
SEFER TORAH TO BE
RETURNED FROM U. S.
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entrance
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
Frankfurt Their own Sefer
Torali. which had been taken
to the United States for safe-
keeping at the height of Ger-
man persecution, will soon be
returned to the 150 surviving
Jews of Frankfurt-on-the-Main
by Rabbi Alexander Sr Rosen-
berg, whom the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee is sending
abroad as a member of its over-
seas staff. It is hoped that the
Scroll, which has been kept in
a Manhattan synagogue founded
by Frankfurt refugees for the
past several years, will reach its
destination in time to be used in
the Rosh Hashanah services.
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IIUlWIUBIHWIIIIHIIItWIIinilWIIllBllli
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
THOS. M. BURNS, )R.
Fnral Director
ABE E1SENBERC
Treasurer
57777
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AMBULANCE
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RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes. Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold BldgPh. 25151
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Truttworthy Real Estate Sarvtca
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-586*
PAINTING
GLASS INSTALLED
V. K. TATUM
Glass and Paint Shop
7-29477810 N. W. 7th Ave.
HAIR REMOVED
Permanently Safely
Scientifically
BY ELECTROLYSIS
1456 Waahington Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 58-1263 between 7 4 8 P.M.
Ben Sugarnian. veteran of
four years service with lhc
Royal Canadian Air Force b?
came the first veteras of Worij
War .II and the f.rst Canaffl
to join the headquarters staff of
B'nai B'nth when he was named
managing editor of publications
for the B'nai B'ritk Youth Or-
ganization.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
r Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4.5860
BUDDED ESROG TREES
Fast growing and soon com-
ing to fruiting. Very orna-
mental.
Raise Your Own Esrog
Exclusively at
CALMAY NURSERY
3401 N. W. 46th Street
Miami Florida
Phone 8-2581
MEDICINE CABINET
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PAGE TWELVE 9-Jewish HerIdksiii FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 < %  NEWCOMERS WORK ON THE SOIL OF THE HOME LAND T 500 JEWISH YOUTHS READY FOR PALESTINE Rome—Five hundred Jewish youths between the ages of 14 and 17, all former internees in Gorman concentration camps, are now preparing for life in Palestine as chalutzim in Hachsharahs in Italy, where they have been placed by the Joint Distribution Committee. J.D.C. is providing financial assistance and material aid in the vocational training and educational programs which will prepare them for life in Palestine, where all hope to emigrate. IDC BUYS 50.000 PAIRS OF SHOES Buenos Aires—The Joint Distribution Committee has purchased an additional 50,000 pairs of shoes in South America to be sent to needy Jews in Europe, bringing to a total of 70,000 the number of pairs of shoes purchased in South America this year. Orders for an additional 30,000 will be placed soon. The shoes are intended for distribution to Poland, France, Belgium and Holland. Buy More War Bonds, ing—not giving. These young: Jewish immigrants, brought to Palestine from devastated Europe, are trained in every branch of agriculture to prepare them for their ultimate absorption in the agricultural settlement* established by the agencies receiving their American support through the United Palestine Appeal. With funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, the UPA is making possible the large-scale immigration of Jewish men, women and children into Palestine, aiding in the adjustment and rehabilitation of newcomers, providing housing accommodations for refugees, promoting the development of agricultural settlements and industrial enterprises to speed the integration of immigrants, and sustaining every aspect of the program of the Jewish Agency, Palestine Foundation Fund and Jewish National Fund for the reconstruction of the Jewish National Home. In July alone some 3,500 Jewish immigrants were scheduled to reach the shores of Palestine. The Joint Distribution Committee provided transportation for most of these newcomers. The United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee and the National Refugee Service arc represented in the nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. YOUTH DESCRIBES CLOTHING RECEIPT Jerusalem—A first-hand description 01 the receipt of clothYour Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami ing sent by the Joint Distribution Committee to Lublin was given this week by a Palestinian soldier who witnessed the arrival of the first transport from Terheran. The youth, now back in Palestine, had been brought to Poland by the Germans after his capture in Italy where he fought with the Jewish Brigade. He was then liberated by the Red Army and was in Lublin when the clothing sent by the J.D.C. arrived. He writes: "News that the transport of clothing had arrived spread quickly among the Jewish poulation, and. in the course ot several hours, the entire transort was distributed among the survivors."' SEFER TORAH TO BE RETURNED FROM U. S. Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 Frankfurt — Their own Sefer Torali. which had been taken to the United States for safekeeping at the height of German persecution, will soon be returned to the 150 surviving Jews of Frankfurt-on-the-Main by Rabbi Alexander Sr Rosenberg, whom the Joint Distribution Committee is sending abroad as a member of its overseas staff. 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r \ tewklhJEIIiOipidliiaun Orm^vn'uri^. T H E JEWISH UNITY 3THE JEWI SH WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 33 _MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, 1945. PRICE TEN CENTS Nation Rejoices as V-J Day Awaits Proclamation by President Truman Jewry Hails Cessation of Hostilities As Japan Surrenders; Marks End of Era of Persecution and Destruction "I J STATEMENT MADE PUBLIC II HENRY MQNSKY World Jewry joyously joined emphasized in various circles the nation in prayer and celebrahere as proof of the benefit tion as President Truman anwh 'ch tne Allied countries de, rived from admitting Nazi-pernounced the unconditional sursecuted Jews. Many of the render" of Japan last Tuesday, scientists responsible for the disSix vi ars of untold and mercicovery and the development of less persecution were brought to the method to release automic In end During this period the SETS."* JeW Sh ******* fr m leading powers in the world Leading the list is Dr. Lise joined to present a united front Meitner, a Jewish woman physito defeal a common enemy. The ?$! wh u. Ho Frisch who was at that time in jttJPS^ASt^ S^of^r W S B H 3S D^dhffli'ffiSMffVJS Bon', one *' the' e world ; s J££ reveal L? y w ^ t 0 ul,Tf est scientists. Both Dr. Frisch discovery. The "atomic age," is (CONTINUED ON P AGE 8) DARTMOUTH COLLEGE REFUSES TEW S ENTRY New cork (JTA)—Jewish students who apply for admission to Dartmouth College are denied entrance simply because they are Jews, President Earnest M. Hopkins admitted in a statement to New York newspapers. "We cut the quotas more on our Jewish applicants than we do on the basis of applications from Anglo-Saxons," he is quoted by the N. Y. Pdst as declaring. "I think if you were to let Dartmouth become predominantly Jewish, it would lose its attraction for the Jews." He added that "Dartmouth is a Christian college founded for the Christianization of its students." In a letter to Herman Shumlin, movie and theatrical producer. Dr. Hopkins had written: "I should not be willing to see the proportion of Jews in the college so greatly increased as to arouse widespread resentment and develop widespread prejudice in our own family." He added that' the Dartmouth quota system had been set up to prevent antiSemitism. "I think that thing (anti-Semitism) is a definite possibility in this country," added. WEDNESDAY London (JTA) — The World onist Conference which has been [n ssion here for ten days, *U1 adjourn on Wednesday eveSSjfi" "'idering a number of !" Portan1 decisions. It is exv at/n' ?, r Abba Hillel Sil be ,. ?,? ?'' Ste Phen S. Wise will L!, ? cd to the World Zionwt ttS Ve as a result of the preset conference. Dr. Chaim WeizC President of the World Pescn, "I !" !" ? 1 Wil1 not be the c „;' thc closin session of for a or '; nee as he is leaving Tho n K r!' on in Scotland. WoriH p £ lltlcal committee of the cus w, ,f;" ,nist Conference diser tho 7 C ^"estion as to wheththe S ; >n v mst .representations at Nation" ranc isco of the United CLh !" wel1 conducted. WeJeahu^* 8 of the executive tee on tw satlsfy the commitha d 1"1T' Allegations pr <*s that tl de by the Palestine W ^ >n*S re P resent ations e *un1n Mf a c mmittee also 0 *nduml c t ?? t J of the mem,h ^ Wori,. lbmilted recently by the Biiu'l I lon 'st Executive to Sard to ,h Kov S rnment w ith re2 ,a Wishment nt em % nd %  for the Me mb eis o nt f e f a J ewish State. Passed sat.cf he committee exteact. satls iaction with the Washington, D. C.—The following is the text of the V-J Day statement issued today by Henry Monsky, of Omaha, Nebraska, national president of B'nai B'rith. the nation's oldest and largest Jewish service organization. "Victory has been won but the United Nations which paid for this triumph in blood and suffering dare not relax until the peace has been won too. All the normal and political forces mobilized for war must be kept intact to make certain that the war was not fought in vain. "The victorious United Nations must now demonstrate that they can work and sacrifice for peace and reconstruction in the same full measure that they gave unstintingly of their blood and treasure to bring about this triumph of arms. "Ahead of us lie far-reaching tasks of reconversion at home and of reconstruction and rehabilitation abroad that will require the same genius and determination and unity of purpose manifested during the years of war. The united front of the United Nations wil be tested in the years of peace as it was never tested in the crucible of war. We must now demonstrate that the ideals for which we fought the war are real and purposeful and that they are the goal of the post-war world. "American Jewry, whichmobilized all its resources and manpower in the years of war and made a proud contribution to victory, has the additional post-war responsibility of helping restore the shattered Jewish communities of Euope. It must help them back to health and vitality. It must give them a chance for normal living and hope for the future." EDITORIAL With prayer and dedication we greet the welcome news that the United Nations are victorious in their struggle. With prayer we give thanks for victory that brings to a close a period of trial and tribulation With prayer we give thanks for the cessation of conflict bringing to an end the brutal killing of men and the finish of destruction With prayer we give thanks for the speedy return of our service folk, to live among us, as one of us. With dedication we memorialize those that gave their lives that this victory may be ours With dedication, we shall see that this victory, ghastly and costly, is not undeserved. ... With dedication we shall pledge ourselves to carry to realization those principles for which we fought and won. WILL ASK FOR LOAN TO I BE USED IN PALESTINE j London (WNS)—A resolution I petitioning the United Nations for an international loan to be used in the rebuilding of Palestine was submitted here this week to the World Zionist Conference by its political committee. The resolution also provided that, in view of the fact that Germany had confiscated and stolen billions of dollars of Jewish property, the United Nations allocate part of the reparations to be imposed on Germany for settling a million Jews in Palestine. At the same time the resolution urged that Palestine be immediately declared as a Jewish Commonwealth. Another proportion of the resolution urged that the Jewish Brigade be made the nucleous of a Jewish army in Palestine. LITY THE 111 THE BEACH T WOULD ZIONISTS WILL MEET AGAIN NEXT SUMMER IS he CRIMES AGAINST JEWS TO BE PUNISHED. IS DISCLOSED T CLARimTS STAND Washington (JTA) — AntiJewish persecutions, or any crime committed in Axis countries against Jews as such, on racial grounds, before and during the war, will come within the jurisdiction of the International Military Tribuna, the constitution of which was made this week. London (JTA) — A demand that the Council of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, which opened its session here this week, should clarify UNRRA's position with regard to the fate of the thousands of stateless Jews 5S„o? S^rtSSTtS'thS? with" the Mizrachi Organization (CONTINUED ON PAQE S) (CONTINUED ON PAQE 3) London (JTA) — The next World Zionist Congress, supreme body of the world Zionist movement, will be convoked not later than next summer, it was announced here by David Ben-Gurion, chairman of the World Zionist Executive, as the Mizrachi Orthodox Zionist Organization officially withdrew its representatives from the executive. The withdrawal of the Mizrachi, which created tremendous excitement at a recent session of the World Zionist Conference, was accompanied by the following declaration: "In view of the statements made by Dr. Weizmann and other members of the executive showing that they are not executing the Biltmore Declaration (which asks for the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish State) and have no definite political line, also in view of the existence of deep difference of opinion among the members of the executive and the general unsatisfactory conduct of affairs, the Mizrachi demands a reorganization of the executive to be composed of a coalition giving all members the same rights and not leaving the conduct of affairs in the hands of one group. Until this demand is complied A meeting of representatives of Miami and Miami Beach Service Leagues and of the Greater Miami Sisterhoods, Congregations and Rabbis, took place at the Miami Beach "Y" Monday evening at the call of the Jewish Welfare Board representative, Leon Schulman. The session was called to draft plans to secure home hospitality for service men in this area for the coming High Holy Days. It is estimated there will be in excess of five hundred men for whom hospitality will be arranged. Representatives present pledged a telephone campaign to secure necessary hosts, and a registration set-up for the men is in the process of organization. Chaplain Saul Kraft is now negotiating for suitable quarters in which to hold religious services. All of the arrangements are under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. Residents of the community desiring to offer home hospitality for the holidays are asked to phone 9-1323. LATE NEWS" President Harry Truman at a press conference Thursday morning proclaimed Sunday, August 19, as a day of prayer. 'After two days of celebration it is more than proper that Sunday be a day of thankfulness," the President stated. V-J Day will not be declared until the complete surrender of all fighting units of the Japanese, the President said. This may take some time he added. The question was asked the President about the "Jewish State". He replied that he had discussed this matter with Churchill and he was in favor of immediate immigration of as many Jewish people there as possible and then negotiate with Britain and the Arabs. He further said he was not in favor of sending 500,000 American men to maintain order there. Jerusalem (JTA) —The Arab News Agency here this week reported that about fifty persons attempted to cross the Syrian border into Palestine, but were encountered by a frontier patrol t '? %  %  W 1 t



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LJUDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewist) fit rid fan PAGE ELEVEN THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (C, pyright, 1945, J. T. A.) QUESTION: What is "HatikAL W I r: "Hatikvoh" is the I title Siven to a Hebrew song 'i generally considered npular of its kind. The -the hope" and is of the fact that the Iwics ,,. note the longing of the 1 ,,., Palestine, the fatherlv the perennial hope of ac l, ; ng the realization of this drei QUESTION: Who wrote the \ !!: The words were m v the poet Naphtali Her/ In ber in the year 1878, %  notably while he was still in |: Soon afterwards he ; went to Palestra* and then cameto this country where he died. Soni ative hoosiers remember his visit to Indianapolis and ( .] a! i have seen the poem in jts original manuscript form. QUESTION: Who wrote the musit ANSWER: It is claimed to have been set to music by Samuel C< hi n, one of the pioneer settle Palestine. Many contend that the melody is based R.idioi — Phonograph! p. 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Rabbi Irving Lehrrnan will preach on tho Weekly Portion of the Law anil Cantor Emanual Barkan will chant. .Stanford Allen. son of MIS. Blanche Goldman and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn will become bar mltzva. Mincha services at 7 p. m. followed by Shalos S'eudos and Maariv. ClfoU,r^ it ROHANS Dealers in Pratt <& Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 41 06 ROYAL PALM AVENUE HUM I BEACH irt^S-ZOfr, TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N t. 19th St.—Regular services Frldaf evening at 8:15 i>. m. Rabbi Saul Applebaum will conduct services. 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. Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah, IMS S. W. 3rd Street, Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning servloea at .a. m. Donald Alan, son <,f Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Is. Davis, will become bar mltzva. Rabbi Samuel Simon April will respond. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will be Following services with a reception In honor of their son's bar mltzva. Friends are invited. Shalos Seudps 7:1.1 p. in. followed by Minrha Maariv Services. Hebrew School daily 9 a. m. to 13 noon. RADIO SERVICE—FREE ESTIMATES C t N T E R DOWNTOWN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 105 N. E. 2nd St. I40S Wish. Avc. Ph. 3-3619 • • Ph. 5-7173 Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS LEGAL NOTICES BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.— Regular services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a. m. Daily Minyan. Hebrew School daily from Monday through Thursday, 9 a. m. until 12. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Liberal, 761 41st Street, Miami Beach.— Friday evening services at 5:45. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi. Orthodox—Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Shalos Seudos at 7:30 p. m. Evening services at 8:30. Summer sessions of the religious school Monday through Friday from 9 to 12. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED PILE] 39S68 Not ire is hereby given that Vivian Randolph, holder as assignee of City of Miami, Tea Certificate num bered 4694, dated the 7th dav of June. A. D. 1943, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in nerordanrrwith law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: T-ot 445, Auburndale Tamiami Trail Addition, Plat Book 15, Page 36. in the City of Miami, t'oiuity of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was In the name of Unknown unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 12th day of September. A.D. 1945. Dated this 8th day of August, A.D. 1941. (Circuit Court Seal) F. B. I.KATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By N. C. STKRRRTT. D. C. 8/10-17-24-31 9/7 LEGAL NOTICES Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have been engaged in the operation of a business under tho fictitious name of PRINTING ARTS," located at 320 West Flagler street, Miami Florida, and now Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court' of Dade County, Florida. JACK TF.ITLF.R BARBARA TKITLER MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants. 7/27 8/3-10-17-:.'! WHAT-WHERE-WHEN Monday, Aug. 20: Miami Service League, Town 8:18 P. M. CLOSING EXERCISES OF "Y" CAMP AUG. 23 Leon Lieberman, chairman of the Town "Y" Home Camp Committee, announces that the closing exercises for the Home Camp will be held at the Town "Y" on Thursday evening, August 23, at 7 o'clock. A review of all activities will be given in dramatic form and the main feature of the evening will be a musical entitled, "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," given by the children of the Home Camp. An arts and crafts display will be shown and the public is cordially invited to attend. GRUNFELD REPLIES TO HERTZ' CRITICISM London (JTA) — Replying to criticism of Chief Rabbi Hertz' recent charge that Jewish children who were given shelter in Christian institutions during the Nazi occupation are being "spiritually kidnapped," Dayan Grunfeld, who is acting for the Chief Rabbi because of the tatter's illness, appealed to Christians to support the commission set up to restore Jewish children to Judaism. In a letter to the Times, Rabbi Grunfeld says that "no one in Israel fails to appreciate the selfsacrifice and human kindness of thos who, at grave risk to themselves, saved children from the terrible fate of their parents. The real tragic point is that there are individuals in convents who are refusing to restore these children to their ancestral faith or allow Jewish ministers to contact them." INFORMATION SOUGHT "Information is being sought of Francis or Frank Roberts in behalf of his wife and infant twin sons (born subsequent to his disappearance) with whom 1 he is not in touch and toward whose support he has not been contributing, so that they are destitute and recipients of relict. Nothing of or from Mr. Roberts has been heard since the latter part of December, 1944. His dependents are living in Brooklyn, N Y Francis Roberts, born in Texas or Utah, was an auto mechanic by occupation, is six feet three inches tall, weighs 205 pounds, has black hair and eyes Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate wUh the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street. New York City." KeerTon Buying War Bonds Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fietitiotis namo of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 750 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Bearh. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 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vjewisti Fhridian .raroAY AUGUST^ : Klan Considering Formation of A National Anti-Jewish?Party Chattanooga, Tonn. (JTA) — Leaders of the Ku Klux Klan are now considering the possibilities of a "national anti-Jewish party," which could nominate a presidential candidate in the 1948 campaign, who may be ex-Senator Robert R. Reynolds of North Carolina. Information on the future Ku Klux Klan political program, supported by sworn affidavits, has been obtained by a J.T.A. corresondcnt from southern Klan sources. While it is unknown whether Reynolds, who several months ago formed the "American Nationalist Party," has consulted with Klan officials, this much is certain: 1. Joe McWilliams. indicted sedition, is touring the south for be greatly interested for the very particular reason that part of our program directly affects your business, which subject is fully set forth in the enclosed statement, entitled "Freedom fenManagement.' I want to assure you, Mr.— that I shall appreciate any courtesy you may extend to Mr. Williams when he calls on you, at which time I trust you will see him personally." 2. J. D. Stoner, southern "gauleiter" of the Ku Klux Klan, who is stationed in Chattanooga, recently held a caucus of trusted Klansmen at his home here for purposes of discussing a "national anti-Jewish party" and studying possible candidates for the White House. Aside from Reynolds under the alias of Jack Reynolds, candidates discussed Williams, of Perryton, Texas, by Klansmen for the 1948 camand is soliciting funds from non, paign include Col. Charles LindJewish busisessmen for a new political party. Reynolds, it is also learned, has been smoothing the path for McWilliams by sending certain businessmen and others he regards as potential supporters a letter in advance of McWilliams" call. The text of the letter, as disclosed June 21 by the Waco (Texas) Times-Herald reads as bergh and Senator "Pappy" W. Lee O'Daniel, unofficial leader of the "Christian Americans.*' one of the best-financed profascist groups in the United States. 3. Klan leaders and "fuehrers" of a number of other fascist organizations in the nation will hold a secret convention this summer in some midwestern follows: "I have requested our I city, probably Detroit, to discuss representative, Mr. Jack Williams, to call on you in the near future for the purpose of discussing with you the matter of the formation of a new political party. I am confident you are interested in such a movement the project of a mass fascist party which would unite all Nazi-minded elements. Basic units of this group would be community "Christian Action" committees, similar to those set up last year in Indiana by the and feel, as I do. that NOW is H,-v. J. Walter Gibson a former the time to give the most seri< Klan lecturer. In addition, it is ous consideration to this matter, learned, there would be "storm | of 'V s Je w sh inmates will be reThis subject has been discussed | trooper"' gangs to be recruited | Patnated by next week, the anwitli prominent people throughfrom the ranks of unemployed nouncement said, out the country. I am sure that ex-servicemen. The affiliation \ There is much Jewish propbe interested in hearof these gangs with the parent crty. especially stocks of textile organization, however. would goods left in Theresienstadt, be kept secret. j which Jewish leaders in Prague MEMORY OF HEROIC NURSE HONORED—The former Italian luxury liner Saturoki has become the Queen of the Army's "Mercy Fleet." Renamed the S. S. Francis Y. Slanger, in honor of the first American nurse killed, in the European theatre, the jhip has just returned to the New York Port of Embarkation on its first mission as the world's largest and fastest floating hospital. INSET: Mrs Alfred R. Bachrach, head of the Women's Division, National Jewish Welfare Board, presents Lt. Col. Gilmore Sanes with a part of the 500 convalescent kits donated to the ship in honor of Nurse Slanger. Chaplains Max Zucher and Edward T. Sar.drow were in attendance. GHETTO LIQUIDATION IS IN FINAL STAGE The liquidation of the Jewish ghetto in Theresienstadt is reaching its final stage, it was announced here. The last 2.000 ing what the plans are regarding this new party in 15 Southern States We know that you will 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 The J.T.A. correspondent has are making an effort to obtain been informed that a number of the hood-and-shirt agitators favor the name "American Nationalist" for the prospective party, which is the label already in use by Reynolds. They like to be used for relief purposes. This effort however is not receiving any support from the Czech authorities. The Jewish ghetto clerks in Theresienstadt, at the risk of the term "nationalist" on their lives, saved a considerable grounds that that label expresses the Klans opposition not only to the Jews but to all "nonAryan" minorities. In recent weeks there has been a revival of "fiery crosses" in this section of the South. And part of its archives, including all death certificates which were ordered destroyed by the Gestapo. Urns which similarly they held containing the ashe of 33.000 executed Jews, were seized by the Germans a few days here Klansmen have been busy prior to thir retreat and thrown inciting Christians against Jews into a near-by river, and white workers against neI groes. SAUDI-ARABS GET LEND-LEASE AID Washington (JTA) — SaudiArabia has received American lend-lease aid valued at S12,000,000 with most of it given in silver coins, it was disclosed here by the War Investigating Committee headed by Senator Mead of New York. It was learned here that the Standard Oil Co. of California and the Texas Company are now fully prepared to finance and build the trans-Arabian pipe line to tap the petroleum resources i which they have been jointly i developing in Saudi Arabia. It is possible that Haifa and Jaffa' will be the terminals for the new pipe line, it was indicated. ANTI-JEWISH FEELINGS ACTIVE IN SLOVAKIA vT Tam ? 1 JTA) Pr e s i d e n t Ldouard Bones of CzechoslovaI %  A. ln L an cxcl "sive interview \ with the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, admitted that anti-Jewish feelings ZZ%. f" f tlVe in S1 vakia where five Jews were reported his week killed by a mob in R K ty / Pres v, but held the Bonemo-Moravian section of Czechoslovakia is free of it President Benes explained the anti-Jewish feelings in Slovakia by the fact that the political, cultural and economic level is not yet as high there as in Bohemia It must be lifted, he said. One of the most immediately pressing tasks of the common Czechoslovak government is to put Slovak conditions in order, he declared. "There was anti-Semitism also in Bohemia, the President stated, "but this was due only to the fact that the Jews in Bohemia were representatives of Germanism in the times when Bohemia was a part of Austria There was hatred against the Jews only because that Jewish generation appeared willing to be a tool of the Germans. JEWS IN SOFIA TO PROTECT PROPERTY NOTICE! We call attention to our subscribers that effective July 15, 1945, subscription rates to The Jewish Floridian will be increased to S3.00 per year, $2.00 for six months, two years, S5.00. Renewals of all subscribers will be accepted at the old rate until October 15. New subscribers will pay increased rates. Commercial Photography Of All Types-Available On Short Notice SAM DIAMOND PHONE 2-8212 Sofia (JTA) — The Bulgarian Government issued an order entrusting the Central Jewish Consistory in Sofia with the protection of the rights to property abandoned by Jews who fled from Bulgaria during the proNazi regime. The Consistory has been administering about fifty buildings of Jews who left Bulgaria during the war. A recent order brings many other Jewish properties under the management of this central Jewish body. Leaders of the Jewish community are now authorized to issue a call to Jewish refugees from Bulgaria to immediately contact the Jewish Consistory to regain possession of their properties. Three members of the Jewish Consistory were appointed as delegates to the conference of the World Jewish Congress which opens tjiis month in LonI don. The three are: Jacques Nathan, Isaac Frances and Sabetay Farchi; the latter is a member of the Zionist Labority Party. London (JTA)—A report that President Truman sent a message to Emir Abdullah, ruler of Transjordan, assuring him that no decision on Palestine will be taken by the Allies without consultation with representatives of Jews and Arabs, was broadcast by the Madrid radio in Arab language. A report from Palestine states j that the Husseini Party which I was led by the ex-Mufti, submitted a memorandum to the Palestine Government asking the nationalization by the British Labor Government of the Palestine Electric Company and the Palestine Potash Company in which Jews are big shareholders. The memorandum also lists a number of Jewish industrial and banking enterprises in Palestine asking for their nationalization. "The Arab people must learn the ways of nationalization," the memorandum points out. Palm Beach MRS. MART SCHBEBNICK. Ra p e — n tonra 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 Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES S-rving Palm Beach County. '•"* u .^f 8 pl? 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PAGE TWO Jewish noridkan FRIDAY, AUG UST 17, 1945 PERSONALS M. Goldenblank returned to the city with his son, Lieutenant Aaron, who has just returned from overseas duties. Father and son made a four-week trip to New York and Texas where they visited with relatives and friends. BAR MITZVAH Mrs. Leonard Epstein has returned to her home after spending a month at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Miss Frances Selig is spending some time in Philadelphia where she is visiting her mother. Later she will go to New York where she will stay with friends, returning to Miami in three weeks. Miss Beatrice Lipman. former secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Association is now associated with the Neil-Berk Realty Company. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskanazi announce the bar mitzva of their son, Jack, at Beth David Congregation, Saturday, August 25. The bar mitzvah of Donald Alan Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Davis, will take place at Schaarei Zcdek, 1545 S. W. 3rd St. on Saturday morning, August 18. Announcement of the coming bar mitzvah of their son Robert is made by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn, 3770 Royal Palm Ave. The ceremony will take place at the Jewish center Saturday, Aug. 18. A reception in honor of the confirmand will be given by the parents Sunday evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert have returned to their home in Miami after spending two weeks at the Blackstone Hotel. Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mcscheloff and family returned home Thursday after spending two months in New York and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin, 2644 Flamingo Drive, visited their families in New York before going to Pennsylvania to .spend the remainder of a threewcik vacation. They arrived home this week. Their daughter, Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, is planning a New York trip. She is the wile of Maj. Nelson Zivitz, former Miami Beach allergist who i.attached to General hospital, medical corps in the European theatre. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mitchell A. Kassanol' will take place Sunday, August 19, at 2 P. M. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Company. Friends of the family are requested to be presend. BRISM After taking a three-week vacation in New York city Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romer, 431 West 29th Street, are back home. Mrs. Router's brother is also home after 18 months' duty in Italy. He is Corp. Philip Kolman, attached to the medical corps, | AAFF, who is making his home with his sister and brother-inlaw. Brism taking place this week included the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordich, Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Tannenbaum, Sgt. and Mrs. George M. Elkins and Cpl. and Mis. LOUIS Mutchmck. Rabbi S. M. Machtci officiated. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro and daughter, and Mrs. Shapiro's mother, Mrs. Dora Wechsler, of Miami Beach, returned home after spending the past month vacationing at Duncraggon Inn, at Hendersonville. Eddie and Moms Levitt, of 1528 Drexel Avenue, left for a six-week visit to New York. Vacationists at Duncraggon Inn, Hendersonville, include Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Spector and Mr. and Mrs. William Hirsch. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Extra Long BLANKETS By Chatham 7/2 ft. long—6 ft. wide $ 10. 95 A P. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has returned to Miami after spending a month in the north. Cannes spent the first part of his vacation at his camp, Kceyumah. Pennsylvania, later going to New York where he conferred with Dr. Israel Chipkin, of the American Association for Jewish Education. Chatham's ''Woolshire" of 100 per cent fleecy wool to give you warmth-pluslightness. Deep, fluffy nap in rose, peach, blue, cedar and green. Beautifully bound in rayon satin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg, 1334 S. W. 4th Street, have their son, T Sgt. William, spending part of a thirty-day furlough with them. William has been in service about three and a half years, the last two which have been spent in the Philippines. He has seen service in three campaigns, New Guinea, Leyte and Luzon. From Miami he returns to Fort Sheridan, 111., for further assignment. B'nai B'rith War Bond Rally Committee which staged two Bond Auctions to raise $137,250 d_. ing the recentwar loan effort. Their efforts enabled B'nai B'r.th, t o more than double its Seventh War Loan drive quota of $1,000,000, reaching a sum exceeding $2,500^00 Reading Left to right, hack row: Marx Feinberg auctioneer; Harold Turk, ptesMcnt of Sta lem Lodge; Maurice Comer; front row: Louis Vang, Ider, Sol S Goldstrom David R hen.War Bond rally chairman; Mrs. Clara Landau, Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Dina Goldman, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Alex S. Cohen. son, who representthe USA Government at the commission, that Dr. Weizmann was asked to appear. Whether any other Jewish representative will be asked to testify is not known yet. Dr. Weizmann had lunch with Justice Jackson, and it is understood that material is now being prepared for Dr. Weizman's presentation. WEDDINGS Mrs. Bessie August and Mr. Max Rappaport were married at a private ceremony by Rabbi PROBLEM TO RESTORE PROPERTY TO OWNERS Paris (JTA)—The problem of restoring Jewish property in Simon April last Tuesday. The \ France to former owners who couple are spending several were deported by the Germans weeks at tlie Jefferson Hotel j from the country during the ocMiami Beach. I cupution is becoming more and I more complicated as many of Mr. and Mrs. George Kaplan, the deportees are beginning to Raleigh, North Carolina, anj r t u rn J ,lu ir homes, nounce the approaching marriage The French newspaper Aube of their daughter, Judith, to > vlll S h ls ?<* anti-Semitic and Heniv Breger, son of Mr. and ls ; lso n ot h 1 k ^ "P with 1 ]} C Mrs.'Jacob Breger. 1051 EueUd organization of Frenchmen who Avenue. Miami Beach. Miss I oppose the restoration of conKaplan is a graduate of St. Mary's College, in Carolina. Mr. Breger attended Brooklyn College and received his honorable discharge after two and a half years' service with the United States Army. He has been associated with his father in the Washington Avenue Food Center. fiseated Jewish roperty, came out this week with a sharp protest against the expulsion of a Frenchman from his dwelling for the benefit of a Jew who is the legal owner of the place. Featuring its protest on the front page, the French newspaper reports that the expelled Frenchman was a government PERSONALS official, a father of three chil^,T,H e A^„ R _P_J^__^S? dren, who was assigned to servSunday, August 26, at the Sha: ,' p : m lq4 S H .. pritpd Zion Synagogue, at Balti-1 ^housf which before" the war belonged to a Jewish couple who had left Paris at the outbreak of the war and did not come back under the German occupation. The house was then seized by the Commissariate for Jewish affairs which the Vichy government established and was sold. Now the Jewish owner, has appeared with a court order rescinding the sale and authorizSam Solovey has left for Louisville, Ky., to visit friends. Dick Tubis and Raymond Jacobson left Sunday for New York. Tubis, who resides at 321 Jefferson Avenue and Jacobson, who lives at 744 10th Street] j"* J he immediate expulsion of will return in mid-September to tn f; t tc nan L ., ,. resume their studies at Miami ... Is ll ORH ? a l. the .P a P er asks ^ Miss Ida Engler is visiting in New York. Her sister, Molly, accompanied by Sarah Rose Schwartz, is spending several weeks in Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro, of Miami, are vacationing at the Blackstone Hotel on the Beach. REV. S. J. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Formerly of Newark, Now Jersey Is now located 327 WASHINGTON AVENUE Near Third St., Miami Beach, Fla. in Frcedman's Hebrew Book Store, you will find a complete assortment of all religious books In Hebrew and English Torah's. Talaitim, Tfilln, Mezuzns, Mentalach, etc.—A large variety of Palestine and American Hebrew novelties. An Assortment of New Tear C_r_i ALL, AT REASONABLE PRICES The only store of its kind in t lorlda—Also country orders taken and promptly filled. Beach Senior High school. PLANS FOR HOSPITAL ARE BEING DRAWN Plans for a 200-bcd hospital to be erected in Miami at a cost of $2,500,000 are now being drawn, Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, field commander of the American Cancer society, announied. First of its kind and to be outfitted with the latest equipment for treatment and research, the hospital will be devoted exclusively to treatment of cancer, according to Mrs. Epperson. Sponsored by the Dade County Cancer Society, Inc., the hospital will serve not only the Miami area, but will receive patients from all over the nation and from Latin America. Nucleus of the hospital are two donations, one of $500,000 and the other of $100,000 from anonymous donors. Another substantial gift in the form of land, either as a building site or to be sold for the benefit of the hospital fund is also forthcoming soon. to expel without notice a family?" The article draws special attention to the fact that the Jewish owner of he house was not even deported "but has been able to live normally during six years in the French province." WEIZMANN TO APPEAR BEFORE CRIMES BODY MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 mumm a* % %  i ii ii i i i .ri_n_n.r i _ii i i_ London (JTA) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency, will appear before the International War Crimes Commission to testify on the atrocities against Jews committed by the Axis, it was learned here. It was at the initiative of Associate Justice Robert H. JackPrague (JTA) — Five Jews were killed by a mob in an antiSemitic demonstration in Presov, Slovakia here this week. Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. 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PAGE FOUR 'JewishfhridHati FRIDAY.AUGUST i 7 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 1 Year, $3.00 Six Months, $2.00 2 Years, $5.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945 ELLUL 8, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 33 IF AND WHEN For some time there has been a movement on foot to organize a chapter of the American Council of Judaism in this city. During this period of formulation we have been trying to establish the identity of the leaders of the movement. No one wants to accept the responsibility for its organization. Others have said that the chapter is not as yet established. "Whether there is need for a chapter has to be determined," said still another in side-stepping our reguest for information. Rather unusual is the procedure in this instant. Customarily the approach to the creation of a new group would be to seek publicity, to attract supporters. We have tendered the use of the columns of our publication to the group. The effort proved of no avail. Several weeks ago an editorial of a Los Angeles publication criticizing the Council and its executive director was inserted in these columns to evoke comment from among the local adherents. Likewise, no success. Our motive? We have no sympathy for the American Council of Judaism and that for which it stands. We have clearly stated our very ardent pro-Zionist policy. What we would like to know is to whom to address a few pertinent suggestions—a word of caution? To the leaders of this movement; when and if a Council chapter is organized here, don't break in the daily press with a statement which speaks for the Jewish community. Be cautious of your phraseolgy in issuing your statement of "principles." Don't become involved in embroiled controversy with the segments of the community. By intimation, the Council policy, in other cities has been to imply Zionists cannot be a good Americans. Why repeat this fallacy? Confusion, ill-will and disension will follow if the local supporters will adopt the strategy used by the Council in other formative attempts. Public relations among the Christian community will be further strained. It is sufficiently difficult to handle these arguments among Jewish circles but that is where they must remain. How about keeping this in mind! BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall riM-'ived at Jewish Florktian punt office box. BARE THE FACTS "The Miami Federation deserves credit for breaking open this bad abcess," are the words the Pittsburgh Jewish Outlook uses in editoralizing on the publicity accorded the Denver Jewish Hospital in the July 27 issue of the Jewish Floridian. An attempt to inform the Greater Miami community of the facts and statistics concerning the refusal of the agency to accept a Federation two hundred and fifty dollar allocation was made when the institution solicited residents by mail. The Jewish Outlook editorial comments, "The controversy between a national Jewish institution and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation transcends local interest because of an important principle involved. The principle involves the relationship of a Jewish community fund and its beneficiaries. Is the contribution by the community fund to a national organization merely a bribe to keep solicitors out of a community? Is the beneficiary to hold over the community fund the threat that if a sufficient sum isn't forthcoming, solicitors will invade that community? Is an earnest budget committee of a community chest to be criticized because it takes an intelligent interest in the allocation of the funds intrusted to it by the community?" Federation stated that it "cannot be justified in making large allocations to organizations that have excessive incomes over disbursements and excessive costs of fund-raising." The institution acknowledged a 31 per cent cost in raising funds but could not accept "the validity of the reasons," but not denying Federation's charges outlined in the news release. The Pittsburgh publication writes further, "More alarming, however, is the statement regarding the cost of raising funds." Quoting a reply from the institution: "You speak of our fund-raising cost of 31 per cent of disbursements as an 'unacceptable' figure? First of all—what is an 'acceptable' figure? We have operated for over 45 years under the philosophy that a fund-raising cost of around 30 per cent for a National Institution was not unduly high, and I believe this figure is generally accepted." We do not pretend to know what an "acceptable" figure is for raising charitable funds. But there can be little doubt that to spend $31 in order to have $69 for charity is "unacceptable." This is especially true when a substantional percentage of the contributions come cost-free to the beneficiary in the form of a check—the communal cost of collection not being charged to the beneficiary. If the communal costs were added in, the cost of $31 would be substantially raised, and the $69 which actually went to work would be correspondingly reduced." We have checked the records and find the Joint Defense Appeal which raises a sum comparable to the Denver institution has a fund-raising cost approximated between eight and 10 per cent and is confronted by many more problems. Likewise the American Jewish Ort Federation with a total cost of (Continued Next ColumnAnnouncement by the War Department that Oak Ridge, Tennessee was the site of the manufacture of the atomic bomb was received with interest at the National Jewish Welfare Board today where for the past two years the National Jewish Welfare Board has been conducting a religious program for a congregation of enlisted men and civilian war workers at Oak Ridge. Tennessee, known only as the location of a "secret war plant." The largest single shipload of immigrants to reach Palestine in recent years arrived at Haifa on July 15th, carrying 1,164 immigrants — 814 from France, 200 from England and 150 from Italy. Among them were 500 who had been in concentration camps in Nazi Europe, including 242 orphaned children. Close cooperation between American and British trade unionists to bring about the speedy realization of Jewish aspirations in Palestine was indicated by the American Jewish Trade Union Committee for Palestine. Ludwig Reis, the first resident of the Fort Ontario Free Port for Refugees at Oswego to leave the refugee camp thro for a nation in the Western Hemisphere has just taken ship for Uruguay. The Vaad Hahatzala and the Rehabilitation Department founded by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, have merged to form a large Religious Relief Organization which will include within its scope both the program of the vaad Hahatzala as well as the large scale plans for the rehabilitation of European Jewry. The first meeting of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University since the outbreak of the war took place in London July 17th and 18th under the chairmanship of Dr. Chaim Weizmann. The returning service men, the war tension relaxation, and the reduction of industrial workmen, present increased safety problems and since most drivers have forgotten the CCC's of driving—COURTESY. CAREFULNESS and COMMON SENSE, we can look for the greatest slaughter in the history of motor vehicles, Asher Frank of Florida Safety Council states. Archie Greenberg. national commander of the Jewish War Veterans advises those who would assist in the social reintegration of the returned Jewish veteran to work on an equal plane with the veteran in terms of current actual needs and not try to work for the veteran in terms of pre-conceived thinking and prew a r organizational structures. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER yjUdctfy bnigidenUal .By PHINEAS I. BIRONTlie organizers and officers of the new Miami Beach Post, Jewish War Veterans were guests of Freda Markowitz Post 174 at its regular meeting Monday night. Present and future problems, relating to service veterans were discussed. Commander Maurice Klein appointed Junior Vice-Commander William Kresner chairman of the Cavalcade committee replacing Abe S. Goldman who resigned. Since the inception of this committee almost 1000 veterans were entertained by tours through Indian Village and then to the town Y where lunch and refreshments are served by the Post and Miami Service League. Assisting Kresner are Mortimer P. Frank, Isador Brown, Jack Regal, Leo Marks, Irving Saal and Frank Kline. 16 per cent not only includes fund-raising but everything by way of administration and publicity, meetings, etc. One of the largest fund-raising agencies in the country has its costs held down to less than three per cent. More and more are we realizing the frailities of the Sha-Sha policy. Aggressiveness must be used in awaking the public to the facts. An informed public appraised of the facts will wield sufficient judgment and pressure to bring into line excessive wastes and faulty administration of our organizational institutions. ATOM SMASHERS While the newspapers mention the names of f 0ur t %  scientists—Prof. J. Robert Oppenheimer, Prof. Rudolf vJ\ Dr. Franz Eugene Simon and Dr. Lise Meitnerin connect with the atomic bomb, they overlook the fact that Pr 0 f A] !* n Einstein was the creator of the theory that made the disco possible. ... As a matter of fact, we happen to know'ft* Einstein was an active consultant during the period of ex %  mentation. ... ATTENTION, JUSTICE DEPT The anti-Semitic "Protestant War Veterans of the United States, Inc.," have had their treasury replenished from so mysterious source. Edward James Smythe, executive chair man of the group, is advertising for "organizers in every ham let, town, city and state in the Union to organize local posts" ... Mr. Smythe announces, in a mailed bulletin, thai "we will fight these dirty, stinking Communists—the American Veterans Committee, a Jew-Communist Sidney Hillman controlled organization—in the streets if necessary." Protestant clergy, men should disavow Mr. Smythe's organization and insist that the Attorney General investigate its headguarters, located at 1211-A Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C. FATHER RILEY'S PAMPHLET The Tablet, the weekly paper of the Brooklyn diocese, which made itself nationally infamous for its defense of Father Coughlin and his Christian Fronters, devoted considerable space to your columnist three weeks ago. ... It took violent exception to our attack on Father Arthur J. Riley's pamphlet "Anti-Semitism," which was published in St. Paul under the imprimatur of Archbishop Most Reverend Richard J. Cushinq We maintained that the pamphlet is anti-Semitic. ... The Tablet, among other things, published a letter "by Mr. David Goldstein of Boston." .... Mr. Goldstein had sent this same letter to the editors of the "Jewish weeklies," as he calls our AngloJewish press. The Tablet, strangely enough, omits to mention that "Mr. Goldstein" is none other than Dr. Goldstein, employe of the "Catholic Campaigners for Christ" and America's most notorious convert and missionary. In his letter Goldstein advises our editors to eliminate our column, and contends that we have committed a great wrong, because Father Riley's pamphlet is "a fair, frank, learned, discriminating, friendly presentation of the topic." We guote from Father Riley's "friendly" booklet: "the position of the Cathoic Church with regard to the Jews has been and still is that the Jewish religion, as existing, represents the direct antithesis of Catholicism. For that reason and that reason alone She (the Catholic Church) has striven to preserve Catholics from such contacts with Jews as might cause harm to the purity of their Catholic faith." Quite frank, if not exactly friendly. Here is what the Reverend Ben Richardson, theological authority and executive secretary of the Regional Act,on Committee of the Protestant, has to say about the tract Father Riley published under the imprimatur of Archbishop Cushinq: "Mr. Biron understates the issue in his column. The true extent of the harm that this pamphlet is doing and can do taxes the imagination. Mr. Goldstein takes exception to Mr. Biron's scoring the way in which Father Riley describes the Jews. • On page four Father Riley writes, in his explanation of why Jews are hated: '. this hatred arises from deep fear of the influence of the Jews. ... At one time it is fear of their hostile political activities; at another it is fear of their usurious and crippling financial control; again it is fear of their open opposition to the established religious order; and yet again it is fear of the alleged Jewish enmity for Christianity'". Mr. Richardson continues: "Father Riley then gives mock gualiiication to this vicious series of 'fears' by saying that 'some' of these fears are based on exaggerated accusations. In that all of the fears are dastardly, the reader is left to choose which are true or false." And here are some more guotations from the Rev. Ben Richardson's reply to convert Goldstein: "Mr. Biron is altogether correct in stating that Father Riley sanctions these restrictions (against Jews). Relative to the Jewish badge, Mr. Goldstein guibbles over the fact that Mr. Biron wrote 'yellow badge' • •• (Mr. Goldstein boasts that "in fact, the term 'yellow badge' ww not be found in any of its (the pamphlet's 30 pages.") • • w ^ ,e Richardson: "The term 'distinguishing badge' and 'Jew badge do appear on page 15 of the pamphlet. Mr. Biron and all informed people know that the badges were yellow." Incidentally, Dr. Joshua Bloch, head of the Jewish Divi 0 of the New York Public Library for the last 22 years and nationally known authority on anti-Semitic literature, WftJ dorses our interpretation of Father Riley's tract. • H ,f la the pamphlet "a sly, vicious anti-Jewish presentation. %  • • We're sorry we had to give so much space to this, bu ^ Father Riley pamphlet case is important, and its defense DY converted Jew significant.



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PAGE EIGHT Jewish fhridUar? /V (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) experiments and knew beyond all doubt that they had discovered the long-sought method of releasing atomic energy. Dr. Bohr, whose mother is Jewish, was at that time in the United States. On January 24, 1939. the Meitner-Frisch experiment was repeated at Columbia Unfversity in New York by Dr. Bohr and Prof. Enrico Fermi, an anti-Fascist refugee from Italy whose wife is Jewish. Three days later Dr. Bohr and Prof. Fermi, both holders of the Nobel prize, dramatically announced the results of these experiments at a meeting of physicists at George Wasington University in Washington. Late in 1939 the possibilityof using atomic energy for military purposes was brought to the attention of President Roosevelt He appointed a committee to survey the problem. This resulted in the establishment later of a special laboratory in an isolated area in the vicinity of Santa Fc. N. M. This laboratory whenthe atomic bomb was "born," has been planned, organized and directed by Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer of the University of California, a Jewish scientist, who was born in New York an.I graduated from Harvard in 1925. He later attendr.1 i' imbridge ami received his Ph.D. from the University of | Goettingen in Germany in 1927 "The d i vel o p m e n t of the atomic bomb itself." Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, said in an official statement last i week, "has been largely due to Dr. Oppenheimer's t;.nius and, the inspiration and the leadership he has Riven to Ins associDr. Oppenheimer is a fellow ut the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Amcr, ican Physical Society, the American Philosophical Society and the National Academy of Sciences Credit for helping in the development of the atomic bomb was given in a statement issued this week bv former Prime Minister Churchill to Prof. Rudolf Peierls, a Jewish scientist from Germany who was forced to leave his native land after the Nazis came to power there, and who is now a British subject. Another Jewish refugee scientist credited by Churchill with contributing to the development of the atomic bomb is Dr. Franz Eugen Simon who was admitted to England after being forced to leave Germany. Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. Last week this column was devoted to Dr. Lize Mietnei's contribution to atomic force and the ironical picture of the work of this great scientist, who was banished from Germany because of her non-aryanism, being utilized to defeat the surviving axis partner. It now appears that Germany expelled other scientists responsible for the great atomic discovery solely because of their non-compliance with the Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws. The New York Times editorial of August 8 in recognizing the contributions of Jewish scientists and engineers in discovering and harnassing the atomic energy offered "Thanks to Hitler." "By God's mercy British and American science outpaced all German efforts," said Winston Churchill in his comments on the atomic bomb, thereby confirming Washington's statement [ that the Germans were not far | behind us. Though the credit for having forestalled the Germans must go to the air forces that bombed German research laboratories where secret weapons were developed, we have some reason to thank Hitler and Mussolini for handicapping themselves. The Fuehrers irrational glorification of Nordics and II Duce's acceptance of the Nuremberg policy had the result of presenting us with some ot the best physicists of Germany and Italy and of occupied countries. Consider the galaxy of scientific stars that shine in the American atomic-bomb firmament. "Thanks for having forced Dr. Lise Meitner to flee to Stickholm." we say to Hitler, when wo recall that she played her part in blazing the trail that led to the release of energy from the uranium atom. "And thanKS for Niels Bohr, who, though a Dane, was inacceptable to you under your Nuremberg laws and who formulated the theory on which the atomic bomb is based." That man Bohr was a Godsend, one of the leaders in the group that worked here on the bomb. "Thanks, too, for Einstein, "who was also consulted and who gave us the simple equation that showed just what the relation of matter to energy is and how one can be converted into the other. And then there is Enrico Fermi. "What a mistake you made, II Duce. when you obligingly toed Hiter's Nordic mark and forced him out." He was Italy's foremost physicist, this Fermi, the man who showed how easily a slow neutron can slip into an atom, to burst its nucleus and release the terrific energy that laid Hiroshima low. A priceless gift was he to the group that developed the bomb. There must be scores of others who were not mentioned in the official announcements — engineers, technicians, chemists, physicists of distinction, all Rifts of Hitler and Mussolini. It is significant to note that those scientists were originally working on the atomic problem in the realm of pure science, rather than as an instrument of war. They were concerning themselves with the constructive possibilities of atomic research in terms of human welfare rather than its use as a weapon of destruction. At the same time, it is also significant that Hitler's racial laws may have prevented him from "beating us to the gun." SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 >AY, AUGUgr i,j OBITUARi E s FELDMAN Isadore Feldinan fin S. W. Ninth StrceVdVk? 59 day afternoon in a l 0 pTi ? tut tal after a brief i? n c 0 a HiFeldman came to fc *• years ago from New Ck IT He was a tailor. SunMviL Clly> his widow, Mrs. faX ]\* man, and a son Cant Feldman of Port Oh n^ Funeral servic. were 'u*L by Uie Gordon ^nerai hjff* Hillel Advisory Council meet Sunday win A. M. at the Jewff%,J include discussion of the m, posed budget 1: the forthrom*. ing capital funds drive and I selection of a rep esentatiwTta serve on the campaign allotment committee, in addition to mak ing plans for the purchase ot equipment and furnishings in the Hillel House on the Univsity of Miami campus. Action will als, be taken on the resignation i • Louis Heiman, council adviau-. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold a meetinj Tuesday evening at which time it is anticipated that the membership dues of the organization will be increased tfifteen dollars per year. Holiday plans wil also be discussed. CANTOR MAMCHES GOES TO BRIDGEPORT Rev. Maurice Mamches has resigned as Cantor of Beth Jacob Congregation after ten years of continuous service with the Beach pioneer synagogue. He has announced his association with Congregation A h a v a t h Achim. in Bridgeport, Conn. Reverend Mamches participated in many of the local and national activities during his stay here. He appeared at a number of concerts at the University of Miami. He was introduced to local musical circles by ManaZucca at her Miami home. He assisted the organization of the local chapter of the Jewish Congress and made radio appearances for the University of Miami Conservatory, the Miami Y and the Rabbinical Association. Before coming and during his affiliation with Beth Jacob, Reverend Mamches studied with prominent teachers, including Cantor Joshua Weisser. Reinald Werrenrath, Cortilli, Professor Edward Clarke and Arturo de Filippi. He graduated from the Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva in New York, class of 1931. KLEIN SPEAKS TO BEACH ZIONISTS Nathaniel Klein was guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club last Wednesday at the Strand Hotel. The group meets weekly on Wednesdays and has guest speakers discuss current and Zionist problems. Provide for your futurity with military security—don't talk! 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FRID AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 vJewlstiFhrklian PAGE NINE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. The Credit Line The credit of Jewish refugees l„ t hia country has reached a new high since the discovery of the atom bomb. Now even the most rabid refugeehaters" admit that the United States has benefited greatly from the fact that many of the Jewish scientists who were driven out by the Nazis from Germany came to this ?ountry Many realize that if the Nazis Hid n >1 succeed in the race for the d.-covery of the atomic boiiii>. it was due exclusively to the feet that Jewish scientists such as Dr. Use Meitner, Dr. Otto Flic Dr. Franz Simon. Prof. Rudoli' Peierls, took the secrets 0 f the atomic energy with them when they fled from Germany, [matin how cities like New York. Washington and many OtheR would have been wiped off had the Germans discovered i the ai mic bomb ahead of the United States. And it is no : secret any longer that our military leaders were very much afraid of the possibility that Hitler was close to the development of the atom bomb. Which ould have led to the (bopping of these bombs, not on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but on the major cities in the United States and in England. The contribution of the Jewish refugee scientists to the development of atomii bomb for America and Britain "bus saved the lives of many millions of Americans and Englishmen. All this is fairly well realized now by many who previously complained that there are "too many" refugees in America. What they do I not know as yet is, that quite a I number >f other Jewish scientists exiled by the Nazis from I Europe are similarly working \ on various other secret projects I in this '-ountry helping America 1 to win the war T he names I the-c refugees, when eventually revealed, will add to the credit of the Jewish refugees as well as to the glory of the Jews in the United States. London Echoes The American delegation to the World Zionist Conference in London is not exactly acting in London as a united front Some are definitely supporting the present world Zionist administration, while others demand a reorganization of the world Zionist executive. ... On the whole, the American delegation is growling that the American Zionist movement is denied its proper influence. At the first Zionist conference in London after World War I, the American Zionists were represented with 50 delegates, while at the present conference they were allotted 12 seats only. This, despite the fact that the Zionist movement in America has grown tremendously during the last twenty-five years. The largest delegation at the present conference in London is that of Palestine. It is composed of twenty-five members. England, with 30,000 Zionist members, has nine delegates at the conference. The American Zionist delegation claims that on the basis of the numerical strength of the ZOA and other Zionist groups in the United States, as well as considering the political importance of the American Zionist movement, more than twelve seats should have been given to the United States. Another complaint is that the whole planning of the conference was made behind closed doors without consulting American Zionist leaders. A third grievance is that at the recent meeting of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University, four Amrican members were added to the Board, none of whom has been recommended by the Zionist JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays and Fast Days begin at sunset of the day preceding the dates given below: 1945 ROSH HASHONAH Saturday, Sept. 8 Sunday. Sept. 9 YOM KIPPURN Monday, Sept. 17 SUCCOTH Saturday, Sept. 22 to Sunday, Sept. 30 CHANUKAH First Candle, Friday, Nov. 30 YIZKOR or Memorial Services fcr the de parted are conducted on the fol lowing Holidays: YOM KIPPUR Monday, Sept. 17 F Special Announcement If you have a young son who is between the ages of one month and 15 years—you have a desire to help that son build an Estate. Write or phone me about the new Juvenile Adjustable policy just announced by the Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. It is developed on an entirely new principle—sold in units of $1,000 each which automatically increase to $5,000 at the child's age 21, at the SAME PREMIUM— without further evidence of insurability. DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR CHILD ALEX S. COHEN, Agent Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada 218 Shoreland Bldg. Phone 3-8797 Residence 4-0011 NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY Organization of America. All tliis is termed by some of the American delegates as "complete disregard" for the Zionist movement in the United States. Russian Memoirs Samuel Harper, son of the first president of the University of Chicago, was a friend of Russia, a friend of Poland, a friend of Czechoslovakia. ... He was also a friend of the Jews. From his book of memoirs, completed shortly before his death in 1943, one may see how he argued with the notorious Roman Dmowski, the Jew-baiter No. 1 of Poland, trying to induce him to modify his anti-Jewish "philosophy" This book is published by University of Chicago Press under the title "The Russia I Believe In." .... A student of Russian life under the Czar as well as under the Soviet system, Harper says in His b*x>k that the Jewish question in Czarist Russia proved to be one of his most difficult problems F or all of his efforts his memoirs however, do not reveal that he has made a really serious study of the Jewish qustion during his stay in Czarist Russia. Nor did he visit Jewish-populated towns during his travels in Russia which coincided with the Kishinev and other programs. Yet he tried to make Americans believe that the position of the Russian Jew under the Czar was not due to designed persecution but a symptom of the social and economic situation. ... In the later years, when Constantin Oumansky was Soviet ambassador in Washington, he argued with the latter as to why Soviet Russia did not admit Naxi-persecuted Jews. The book is more of a "personal history" than an analytical study of Russia. But the author leaves no doubt that after observing life in Russia closely for forty years, he believes in the present system there. Canadian Trends Jews in Canada, though relatively well off are now more than ever before anxious to immigrate to the United States. There are a number of reasons behind this desire, but the major reason lies in the fact that the 170,000 Jews of Canada feel somewhat isolated and realize that the Jewish community there cannot grow as long as the doors of the country are closed to immigration. On the other hand they read about the many large-scale %ctivities of the 5,000,000 Jews in the neighboring United States and dream of joining them. ... It is easier today than at any previous time to get a U. S. immigration visa in Canada, since immigration from Europe is practically non-existent, thus the yearly immigration quota is not filled. The Canadian Jewish Congress is doing a remarkable piece of work in attending to the interests of Canadian Jewry. .. Its efficient executive director Saul Hays has his hands busy both with relief activities for Jews abroad and with combatting anti-Semitism. One of the most vicious forms of anti-Semitism from which the Jews of Canada suffer is discrimination in the field of employment. Anti-Jewish acts occur with most regretable frequency also at summer resorts. On the whole, direct attacks on the good name of the Jew have not been frequent in Canada in recent years, and were confined to the more irresponsible and vulgar fringe. ... A new form of anti-Jewish propaganda came to light in Western Canada and in Montreal when letters ostensibly signed by Jews, were published in the press "admitting" the faults which anti-Semites choose to ascribe to the Jewish people. ... In Montreal the guilty party was found to be an anti-Zionist Arab. RABBINICAL STUDENT NEW HEAD OF ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH Arthur Gilbert (left), 19-year-old rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, who was elected grand aleph godol or national president of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's organization for boys of high school age. His home is in Philadelphia. He is shown being congratulated by Harold Rhein, of Chicago, retiring grand aleph godol, who was elected a junior member of the B'nai B*rith Youth Commission, governing body of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. 8.000 STATELESS JEWS JDC KEEPS STATELESS ARE IN ITALIAN CAMPS FROM PRISON CAMPS New York—Some eight thou-' sand stateless Jews now in Allied control camps and Italian camps in the Po Valley, are living under "inadequate' conditions, Benjamin Brook, one of the Joint Distribution Commit-' tee's representatives in Rome, reported to Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of J.D.C. on the basis of a ten-day tour of the Po Valley. Most of the group were formerly interned in concentration camps in southern Germany and Austria. At present, their food and sleeping quarters are "inadequate" and there is not even essential clothing available. Hundreds are orphans between the ages of 12 and 16, Mr. Brook added. J.D.C. has, therefore, expanded its program of aid to Jews in Italy to include assistance for the purchase of clothing, for institutional care and vocational training for the young people. Brussels — Prompt action, by the Joint Distribution Committee kept 430 stateless Jews recently released from displaced prison camps in Germany from being returned to such camps after they reached Belgium. When the refugees reached Belgium, it was discovered that they were without legal status in that country. Within 48 hours the J.D.C. arranged to provide maintenance for them and they were given permission to stay. COMMITTEE IS MEETING As we go to press members of the newly appointed sub-committee on Civic Protection of the Federation Committee on Community Needs are meeting. The committee will study further services now rendered in the civic protective field and its relation to the total community needs. 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m LjDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945. Jew 1strhridiar PAGE FIVE IN THE MAIL BOX A REPLY August 14, 1945 Mr Fred K. Shochet, Publisher Je\vi.-li Flondian P e O Box 2973 IMiami. FTa. riVi'it' to thank you for the interest you have taken in the llTnited Jewish Building Fund Campaign: appreciate keenly Ig^entimenta of the "Open Letter'' in your issue of Friday, Auy\ feel !< vou do, that the most Important job we have is to inlform our community of the treISous need .that motivates I the United Jewish Building I Fund Campaign. No one wants 1(0 o„ out and raise funds, no lonewants to spend months of his tin working on a campaign, unless the matter is of sufficient importance to justify that expenditure of time and money. And the United Jewish Building F.und Campaign is tremendously important. In our whole community we have no adequate facilities to take care of the needs of our young people. We need places where they can learn how to work togther, how to grow up to be the kind of Jewish citizens we like to see. We need to have clubs where they can learn democratic procedures of discussion and voting. We need to have classes where they can discover their talents. We need to have health programs where they can build up their bodies. And we need these facilities housed in buildings that will be a source of pride, and not of shame, to the Jewish community. Fred, I am concerned about the attitude of the few people to whom you spoke. I cannot imagine that any of them have children, because if they did they would realize the immediate necessity for getting buildings for our two Y's. If they did they would know how important it is for their children to get the benefits I just mentioned in a Jewish atmosphere. If they did they would know how vital it is to encourage the Bureau of Jewish Education in its work to improve the educational standards of our community and to build up a real .Jewish library. They would know how important it is to have classes to train Sunday School teachers and Hebrew teachers. If any of these people have children they would know what a vital job the Hillel Foundation is doing all over the country, and how important it is to have an adequate Hillel House here. But Fred, even if they did not have children, these people who expressed a lack of enthusiasm for the United Jewish Building Fund should know how very necessary it is for us to have adequate meeting places for our adult and youth activities. If they had any real community background and real community interest, they would known that there is almost no place in this town where the one hundred or so adult organizations can have adequate meeting places and the opportunity to secure help in planning and carrying out their diversifed programs. It is almost a disgrace that a community as large as ours has so impossibly few facilities for providing kosher meals for dinners and banquets for our organizations. Our community is growing up. We have almost thirty thousand permanent Jewish residents in this area and we probably have the fewest facilities of any Jewish community in the United States. We need to provide buildings so that our children, our young people and our adults can maintain their interest in fad*" / Ah!. • • wouldn't it be wonderful to work in a brand new, really modern kitchen. So efficiently planned, things would get done In half the time. 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Your new *~^3*~""* roomier than ever... designed to keep all kinds of food fresh longer I CIEANINO-UP is EASIER ... Your economical new Gas hot water ^*\ A ^^O K ystem will keep oceans of hot water always on tap for JT VyT ^^^ THE M WONDER FLAME dishes ... laundry ... baths! Start planning your W W m ^^^\ 'Mk THAT coots AS New Free d 0 m Gas Kitchen" now today! PEOPLBSafi ^lN fecOMPArVir. Jewish life and can contribute the characteristic Jewish creative thinking to the problems of modern democracy. As I write this letter, the Jewish Home for the Aged is considering becoming a partner in the Building Fund Campaign. Our program is to raise money now, so that when the war ends we can be in a position to build those facilities that all of us need and which we must have if we are to do our proper job for our young people and our adults. I know that you, as publisher of the Jewish Floridian, will do everything that you can to carry the story of the United Jewish Building Fund and its organizations, and I want to thank you again for your really fine community interest. Sincerely yours, HARRY ZUKERNICK, Chairman United Jewish Building Fund Campaign The establishment in Jerusalem of a Jewish school for diplomats and civil servants to meet the needs of the projected Jewish State was suggested at the organizational committee of the World Jewish Conference. The proposal was made by Aron Neuman, Brazilian Zionist, who is the only delegate from South American countries. Delegates from other countries in Latin America did not succeed in obtaining transportation to London. Dr. Silver conferred with leaders of the Zionist-Revisionist Party on the question of the return of the Zionist Revisionists into the ranks of the World Zionist Organization. It is understood that the Revisionist leaders expressed their readiness to re-join the Zionist ranks on condition that they are represented in a coalitionary executive. Dr. Silver took the attitude that they must first re-join the world Zionist movement, then an effort will be made to secure for them seats in the executive. HOLLYWOOD MIAMI BEACH FORT LAUDERDALE BETH DRUID Congregation "Miami's Pioneer Congr egation" HIGH H01IDHV SERUICES will be conducted at THE SYNAGOGUE 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue ROSH HASHONA Friday Evening September 7 Saturday, Sept. 8 Sunday, Sept. 9 JUNIOR SERVICES at BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH Members who have reservations are urged to pick up tickets immediately to avoid last minute confusion. PHONE 2-1473 THIS SUMMER... £nioif the CBMckitone COMPLETE WINTER LUXURIES AT LOW SUMMER. RATES. MUVATE P00L-CA1AKAJ-MARIME DECK TROPICAL GARDENS • PATIO BLflCKSTOIIG Vi %  I •; %  M I I



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%  ^r PttDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945. fJewisfi fhoridiiain PAGE SEVEN •HEATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service *v. n SERVICE n r\ -r\ PAMDE! j(& zAicmwAf/ tA Qnb/wincd'Jiv Uiiv / Jtea wife, Mrs. Regine Firestone, lives at 1670 Meridian Avenue. He has been overseas for nine months, and prior to his transfer here, attended \he naval training center, Miami. T Sgt. Jerome Nudelman is I spendinc a forty-five-day furlough V, ith his mother, Mrs. Joseph Weinberg, 1009 N. W. 43rd street. Hi has been in the service four years, the last three of JKhich were spent in New Hebrides. Twenty-four years old, he is chief uperator of the communications office at the Post there and wears the Good Conduct M, %  (!„], Ensign Edwin Greenblatt. U.5.M.S.. has returned from the facitic and is now at the Astor in New York City. His mother, Mrs. Ida Greenblatt, has joined lim there. Lt. Joseph Blau. commanding oificer of a Seventh army headquarters company, has received an oak leaf cluster to the bronze star for his exploits in leading nis men in a drive toward CoRne during the Battle of the WUge last December. His parents hvo at 1770 S. W. Ninth street. Pi^7 iv !nfi at Miami Army Air mni fih i s weok after a 7 30 B M i'i Kht from Casablanca Cpl. 1S1U l 8nder 33 of 136 N W *Z. J Aven "e. Cpl. Hollander v-hil soven months overseas i"'* ys concluded in Italy. He on furlough before reporting 10r new assignment. ty T ->iu Sidne Sokolow. 1210 S. Vi'oiT; Avenue, was aboard the RnVt? y ^'P Montclair, due at ?on Thursday night with £Ps from the European theaLt. Burton S. Kahn, USN, is at the Roney Plaza hotel while on a 10-day leave prior to assignment in the New York area. Lt. Kahn, nephew of Albert Kahn, served over two years in the Mediterranean theater. He plans to return to the Kahn & Alpert organization, former association, when lie is released from service. Marine lit Lt. Irving Scherer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scherer, 352 S. W. Fourth St., is reported, back at his camp after taking part in the Okin awa and Iwo Jima campaigns. Lt. Scherer enlisted in the Marines in November, 1940 and has been overseas since March, 1944. His wife and two-year-old son are living in Beaumont, S. C. Capt. Jack Falk, 39, husband of Mrs. Mildred J. Falk. 1619 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, has returned from overseas service and is being processed through the army ground and service forces redistribution station at Miami Beach. He served 12 months as an eye surgeon, and is entitled to wear two battle stars on his campaign ribbon. Capt. Bernard Gottlieb, former Miamian, has been named chief of the special service branch of the Persian Gulf Commandos office of technical information. Capt. Gottlieb served with this vital supply line to Russia since Feb. 28, 1943, and his wife and daughter, Andrea Marilyn, live a 1780 Fair haven Place. T/4 Robert S. Waterman, formerly of 930 S. W. Seventh St., has recently arrived a* the Welch Convalescent Hospital at Dayiona Beach. He entered the army in May, 1941, and has since served 14 months in Europe with the Fourth Armored Division. Mildred Markowitx,.. Electrician's Mate 3/c, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Markowitz of 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, was one of the leading performers in a WAVE recruiting program entitled "Navy Blue on Review," presented last week at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R. I. Electrician's Mate Markowitz is at present on duty at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Quonset Point, R. I. Halloran Hospital's modern plumbing system, which Sgt. Jesse Goodman has been appredating, reminds him of one time in Rome. It was June 5, the day before D-Day, 1944. There was still a lot of shooting in the outskirts of Rome, and German diplomats were checking out of hotels the Americans were taking over. A combat photography crew moved into the Grand Hotel, getting the suite formerly occupied by the Count of Aosta. They had trouble obtaining the suite, but when they saw the big beautiful beds, the mirror lined dressing room, the black marble bathroom, they decided it had been well worth it. There was only one trouble, Goodman says, with that gorgeous bathroom: no water. He and the others would have to go out to the back yard, fetch water from a well, and wash out of their GI helmets—in that great, big, beautiful black marble bathroom. Mist Shirley Barnett, storekeeper 1/c, WAVES, has reported at Pearl Harbor for duty in the Hawaiian islands. Miss Barnett, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett, 2181 S. W. 22nd Ter., attended Miami Beach high school enlisted in the navy in September, 1942. Before arriving at Pearl Harbor, she was stationed at Cornell university. Pfc. Henry Schorr, 19, a graduate of Miami Beach High school, died July 26 in Germany as result of injuries received in a truck accident. Twice wounded in combat in Germany, Pfc. Schorr was a student at the University of Michigan before entering service in July, 1944. He went overseas last October. He shares a Presidential Unit citation for crossing the Remagan bridge; was one of the first 30 men to make his way across the Rhine at that point. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schorr, 1240 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, and two sisters, Susanna and Rashi Schorr, of the home address. Tel Aviv (JTA)—A group of Poles, adherents of the former Polish Government-in-Exile who are not willing to return to liberated Poland, started a drive here for funds to establish two Polish non-Jewish settlements. JAPS GOOD SHOTS. SAYS SERGEANT The Japs aren't bad shots, says Sgt. Murray Perlman, of the Bronx, N. Y. On Luzon, they managed to get him twice in one day. The first Jap merely succeeded in plugging a hole the size of a half dollar in Murray's helmet, but the second one got him in the arm. It all happened on Murray's second day in action. As a member of an airborne infantry outfit, he had literally jumped into combat the day before. "We made the jump," he says, "against no opposition at all, and the next day we made good time. We had covered about 30 miles when we contacted them for a fight in a little town ten miles south of Manila. "The Jap who put this hole in my helmet was behind a wall ten yards in front of me as we assaulted them. He knocked my helmet about three feet in the air, and th e bullet actually singed my hair." An hour later, going ino a brick warehouse wih four other men to rout snipers, Perlman was hit again. The buUett broke his arm. London (JTA)—The fate of several thousand Italian Jews who were deported by the Germans from Italy in 1943 has now been established by a representative of the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees who toured the camps in Germany and Austria where Jews and others are being held for repatriation to their native lands. All the Jews, brought in several transports from Italy to Germany, were later transported to the extermination camps in Oswiccim and Birkenau and executed in gas chambers there, eye-witnesses told the representative of the Intergovernmental Committee. Among those who substantiated the change were Boris Rojen, a former internee in the Oswiecim camp, Simon Feierman, who was an inmate of the Birkenau camp, and others who are now at Dachau awaiting return to their home towns. There were still about 2,000 Jews in the Dachau camp when the investigator of the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees visited the premises of that camp. Around 3,000 Jews were in the neighboring camp of Allach. Since then, the French, Belgian, Dutch and most of the Czech Jews have been repatriated. A certain number of nonFrench Jews were included in the French party, the representative of the Intergovernmental Committee reports. "Dachau has a well organized Jewish information office whose chief representative is Dr. Dortheimer, a capable Polish Jew," the report says. "This office has taken a census among the Jewish internees of their migration goals. The four favored by most are: Palestine, the British Dominions, United States and England." JEWISH CHILDREN WERE SLAUGHTERED UNIVERSITY WILL PRODUCE PENICILLIN Jerusalem (JTA) — The Hebrew University reported that its laboratories will produce penicillin for external use. under the supervision of Dr. Baruch Levin, son of the late Zionist leader Shmarya Levin. Penicillin for internal use will not be produced by the Hebrew University laboratories because such production requires the establishment of a special very costly plant. Bucharest (JTA) — A representative of the International Red Cross arriving here from Carpatho-Russia, former part of Czechoslovakia which is now a part of Soviet Ukraine, told the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that during the German-Hungarian occupation all Jewish children there under the age of 14 were slaughtered by the Gestapo. Of the 110,000 Jews who lived in Carpatho-Russia before the war, 90,000 were deported to extermination camps and the remainder sent by the Germans to do forced labor in special camps, the Red Cross official said. Of the latter, about 15,000—majority of them women—returned, he reported. The Red Cross appointed a special commission to collaborate with the local authorities in giving each repatriate 1,000 pengoes and clothing as immediate relief. Reporting on the situation of the repatriated Jews the Soviet regime, the Red Cross representative stated that the existence of Jewish Community Councils is permitted throughout Carpatho-Russia, but no Jewish organization exists and no Jewish school was opened. There are fifty soup-kitchens feeding the Jewish repatriates in need of relief. Convalescent homes and workshops have also been established for the returning Jews, he said. You cant quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! i > %  MEBHBHEBBBHStH GSUBM0BOHB^^K(S •



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^m FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1945. (CONTINUE D FR OM PAQE 1) native countries, is made in the London evening press. Action on behalf of the displaced Jews in Europe is also asked in memorandums subnut"'! this week to the UNRRA by Jewish organizations. One memo andam was submitted iointlj by the American Jewish i rence, the World Jewish i ess and the Board of DepuBritish Jews, and another memorandum was presented by the V irld Agudas Israel Organizatirn The joint memorandum of 11 three major Jewish organizations requests: • .equate care should be given to displaced persons who canni I or do not wish to be reI, and no displaced person p'nould be repatriated against his freely expressed will. 2. In lire close cooperation by with the Intergovernmenta' Committee for Refugees k of finding new homes for displaced persons. 3. Since the vast majority of J displaced persons prefer to immigrate to Palestine, the direcl m-neral of UNRRA is requi led to enlist the cooperation o! the mandatory power and ol the Jewish Agency for Palestine, whose assistance is vital to tie resettlement of Jewish displaced persons in that country. Tin m< morandum of the Agudas Israel asks for UNRRA's appoiiiti.ient of Jewish liaison officers with a wide knowledge. of Jew ii religious and cultural requirements; the transfer of Jews Mom "death camps" to special centers, affording them facilities for a full Jewish communal life; the reuniting of disi placed Jews with relatives in I the United States, England, [Palestine and elsewhere. The j Agudas Israel also stresses in its memo andum the strong desire I of many of the displaced Jews to proceed to Palestine. Jewish flcrldHan PAGE THREE ALTERATIONS BEGIN AT BETH SHOLOM Judge Morris Berick, president of Temple Beth Sholom, announces that alterations have been commenced upon the new premises located at 4144 Chase Avenue. Plans have been completed for a chapel with a seating capacity of 550, installation of comfortable seats, an organ and an air cooling system. These installations will be completed for the High Holy Day services commencing September 8. During the months of September and October further renovations will be made upon the premises. There v/ill be a complete auditorium with a seating capacity of approximately 600 and on the second floor, modern and up-to-date classrooms for the religious school and full facilities for youth activities. The religious services will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish. assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, the choir and the organ. Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman of the Membership Drive Committee, announces the opening of a membership campaign. The Membership Committee will be in session evenings from 8:00 to 10:00 P. M. Monday through Thursday inclusive, and Sunday mornings, 10:00 to 12:00, until further notice. Mrs. Ann Mazer and daughter, Ethel, have returned to their home. 642 Michigan Avenue, after spending a vacation of two months in New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City. MRS. WEINTRAUB IS NAMED CHAIR MAN Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, active in war and community work, was selected chairman by Dr. James S. Thomas, south Florida's OPA chief, who reorganized his volunteer community service panel into an information panel to do a job in peace instead of war. His goal, he said, is to aid in preventing the danger of inflation that is likely to arise with the return of peace. The panel of six was expanded to a membership of 10 persons representing all phases of community life. New members of the panel are Robert L. Fidler, representing radio; Dr. I. P. Davis, negro racial group; Miss Virginia Griffin, retail merchants, and Miss Eunice Grady. Holdover members of the panel are Everett Clay, who will handle the council's press relations; Dr. Glenn James, churches; Mrs. Helen Matthews; Roy Singer, American Federation of Labor; Mrs. George Estill, women workers, and W. R. Thomas, representing the public schools. High Holy Day Services Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Will Conduct Services In Both Buildings MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE Murray Groruer, Guest Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Cantor SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET Simon April, RabbL Will Preach and Conduct Services Worshipers are asked to make immediate reservations for both buildings on week-day evenings or contact Lewis Green, executive secretary. PHONE 3-6086 Edward Mercer Edward Mercer, Miami Beach financier, has been elected president of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach to fill the vacancy left by the death last Wednesday of J. L. Owen. Mercer was named by the bank's directors Tuesday afternoon. He thus stepped up from a nine-year position as vicepresident. Other officers named were: Benjamin -N. Kane, chairman of the board; S. W. Curry, vicepresident and cashier, and D. B. Hudson, assistant vice-president. Mercer came to Miami about 20 years ago. He became associated with the Mercantile bank 13 years ago. GIRLS COMPLETING SUMMER ACTIVITIES The B. Z. B. Chapter, B'nai B'rith girls, are completing an active summer's schedule. Affairs held include a weiner roast at the home of Barbara Weiner, Tobie Jacobskind and Roslyn Morris assisting; pot luck supper at the home of Beverly Cohen and a series of bowling evenings. The chapter has contributed much time and effort to war work, serving as volunteer aides at JacksQn Memorial and assisting in war bond sales. The group meets every other week during the summer at the homes of the members, with Anita Malmud presiding during the absence of the president, Dorothy Golden. WILL MEET AGAIN IEIT SUMMER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) TO OFFER PRAYER FOR PFC. SCHORR Rabbi Irving Lchrman will offer a prayer dedicated to the memory of Pfc. Henry Schorr at services Saturday morning at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 9 A. M. Pfc. Schorr, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Schorr. 1240 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, twice wounded in overseas action, was killed in an accident while on duty with the armed services in Germany, on July 26. Friends of the family are asked to be present during services for the tribute. JEWISH BOOK STORE OPENS ON BEACH DISCUSS BEACH LODGE FORMATION AUG. 22 A meeting of persons interested in the formation of a Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held Wednesday, August 22, at 8 P. M. George J. Bertman, chairman of the B'nai B'rith Coordinating Committee announced. The rapid increase in membership of Sholem Lodge during the past two years has prompted Harold Turk, president of the lodge, and the other officers, to set plans in motion for a second B'nai B'rith lodge in Greater Miami. Residents of Miami Beach interested in becoming charter members of the new lodge should communicate with the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Seybold Building, telephone 36306. Greater Miami will for the first time in many years have a complete Jewish book store, with the announcement that Rev. S. J. Freedman, formerly of Newark, will open his establishment at 327 Washington Avenue. In addition to a complete line of Hebrew books, prayer shawls, muzusas, porochesim. mentlen and skull caps, many other religious articles will be carried. Present location is temporary and after October 15 the store will be located at 214 4th St. BETH JACOB NOW IS OPEN EACH DAY HOTEL OPERATOR DIES IN ATLANTIC CITY William Malamut, 52, operator of hotels at Miami Beach and Atlantic City, N. J., died Wednesday in Atlantic City following a heart attack. Malamut left Miami last Thursday on a business trip. Stricken early Tuesday night, he died seven hours later. He had planned to return next week to Miami Beach where he operates the Versailles hotel. He is survived by Mrs. Bertha Malamut, and two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Kruvant, of Atlantic City, and Mrs. Leonard Adelman, Miami Beach. Funeral services will take place today at Atlantic City it was announced. Beth Jacob wishes to state that the synagogue is now open all day each day for anyone wishing to come in and on the day President Truman proclaims as official V-J Day there will be special services conducted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Jerusalem (JTA)—The British Military Court sentenced a Jewish settler to nine months on the charge of having in his possession a revolver with sixteen rounds of ammunition. will withdraw its members from the executive." The present executive was elected by the last world Zionist Congress in Geneva during the fateful days of Aug., 1939, when the outbreak of the World War forced a hasty conclusion of the Congress. A new executive can, be elected only by the World Zionist Congress. A five-point program to govern the activities of the Zionist executive until the Congress is convened was outlined fay Ben-Gurion addressing the conference which is expected to close on Sunday. The work of the Zionists, he said, must be based on the following principles: 1. Passive and active desistance to the implementation and the continuation of the White Paper in its present or a modified foim. Strengthening of Jewish immigration, settlement and security in Palestine under all circumstances. 2. Increased political activity in England and in other United Nations centers for the immediate designation of Palestine as a Jewish State, with authority given to the Jewish Agency or to the provisional Jewish Government to effect a speedy transfer of the first million Jews from European, Oriental and other countries to Palestine, as well as to further development schemes which would enable the settlement of additional millions while raising the standard of living of both Jews and Arabs. 3. Incessant striving for cooperation with the Arabs in Palestine to develop the country to its maximum for the benefit of all inhabitants. Also an alliance of friendship between the Jewish State and the Arab peoples in the neighboring countries on the basis of mutual as sistance for the welfare, peace and progress of all countries in the Middle East. 4. Rallying the remnants of European Jewry, headed by the youth as an active Zionist force, for the purpose of their speedy transfer to Palestine. 5. Deepening among Jews in all countries of the world the consciousness that settlement in Palestine is an historic necessity for the Jewish people regardless of the land in which they reside, and that a Jewish State is indispensable for the free existence even of those Jews desiring to remain outside Palestine. Allrisk Insurance Agency, Inc. WILLIAM WILKINS, Manager 502 BISCAYNE BUILDING PHONE 24383 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT BLOOD BANK A call for volunteers to give blood at the Miami Beach Blood Bank located in the Morris Brothers Department Store, 1261 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach on Thursday between 9:30 A. M. and 12:00 noon, was issued today by Harry I. Magid, Miami Beach Blood Bank chairman. "The need for blood for military and civilian use is still very great" stated Mr. Magid. Blood donors are urged to refrain from eating four hours before donating their blood. Various organizations in Miami Beach are being requested to send donors. An affiliate of the Dade County Blood Bank, the Miami Beach Station is sponsored by B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge and Women's Auxiliary. The Bureau of Jewish Education Board meeting postponed from Wednesday, August 15. will take place Monday, August 20 at 8 P. M. in the Federation office. EXTEND ROSH HASHANA GREETINGS THROUGH THE NEW YEAR'S EDITION OF Convenient—Inexpensive Your Greeting problem is solved by this convenient method of wishing your relatives and friends a Happy New Year. ... No danger of the embarrassment of forgetting someone. No trouble. Phone Immediately 2Don't put it off and then find You have overlooked this must. /* I ( %  • I



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PAGE TEN +Jen i§i> thrkUan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Michael Shemer is a Mlamlan and •pant ins youth here, taking •'" •"'tive part In high school and "V" athletics He la known as "Lefty" t>> nil many friends here "ho art' Watching willi keen Interest his success In the major leaf After looking at several leading minor league prospects the N. Y. Giants finally decided to purchase Mike Schemer (pronounced "Shemmer") from their Jersey City farm as a repacement for Phil Weintraub. Phil will stick with the club and will continue to slay in the lineup so long as he belts a long ball. %  For some time now, as reported in this column, the aging Weintraub has been in Ott's dog house. Last fall Mel Ott vowed Phil was through as a Giant. The lack of a replacement forced Mel to reinstate the burly first sack* r but it was known that the manager was not satisfied. Little effort was made to hide the tact that a search was on for a new first sacker. After a sensational start this season Weintraub began to fade. Giant scouts toured the bushi frantically to secure a repacenient. For a while it appeared DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure V' 1 Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c Plus Settle Deposit i PHONE 2-4128 that Les Scarsella, Oakland star, was headed to New York. After meeting his demands for a two year $12,000 contract and a few other requests the New York nine learned Scarsella would not move East. Failing in their quest to land the Western belter the Giants tried to secure Roy Zimmerman. Newark home run leader. At one time it appeared the N. Y. Yankees would sell their chattel to their overthe-river neighbors for S35.000. But when Larry McPhail began to find fault with Nick Etten, Yankee first baseman, the deal was cancelled. Failing in all directions the National Leaguers decided to bring Schemer up from the Jersey farm nine. With Norman Jaeger, out of thf Coast Guard, available for dflty at Jersey City the Giants finally decided to give Schemer a chance. At the time of his purchase big Mike was hitting a .329 clip for 106 contests. His 132 hits included 20 doubles, nine triples, and five home runs. A lefty all the way, Mike should find the short right field stands at the Polo Grounds a very inviting home. Mike becomes the third successive Jewish first baseman to handle the post for the Giants. Sid Gordon played 41 games there in 1943 and then Wein, traub took over. Schemer was an all around athlete at the University of Miami. The son of an j Orthodox Rabbi who passed i away last year Mike had the approval of his father to play pro baseball. Right now the Giants are well stocked with players of Hebraic extinction. Schemer joins Weini traub and Harry Feldman the ; pitcher. Infielder Sid Gordon is in the Coast Guard and catcher Harry Danning is on the retired list. RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher i v D Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach Serving From 5 to 8 P. M. — Open All Summer For Reservations Phone 5-9462 PIXIE RECAPPING Certified Recapping with SEIBERLING materials. Quality construction and eco9prrjy,J > rompt service. Come in • we'll tell you frankly if your tires should be recapped. And we'll repair small cuts and bruises before they do real damage. SEIBERLING Recap Material plus DIXIE workmanship will add many thousands of miles to your smooth tires. 5 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS V**^ DIXIE TIRE C? MS SEIBERLING TIRES PHONE 2-6133 MIAMI 101 S. W first St. 5327 N. Miam. Ae 3539 N W. 17th Ave MIAMI BEACH 1840 Alton Rood 945 fiftn Si Convenient terms can be arranged NEW SHOE RATION STAMP VALID AUG. 1 The new shoe ration stamp that OPA announced would become valid August I, 1045 Will be Airplane Stamp No. 4 in War Ration Book No. 3. the agency said. Airplane Stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 are good indefinitely, OPA added. The last stamp was validated November 1 1944. OPA pointed out that the intervals between validation of Stamps depend on the availj able supply of shoes. That the supply of shpea for civilians will be increased is indicated in the downward trend in the production of Army footwear. The War Department announced that production ol Army combatboots will be reduced in September from 2.100.000 to 1.500,000 pairs and that of Army service shoes will be lowered from 700.00 to 350.000 pairs during the same period. This decreased schedule will be continued throughout the fourth quarter of 1945. Announcement at this time of the reduction in Army footwear needs will provide a 60-day span during which time the shoe industry will be able to prepare for increased civilian production. LAND FOR ABSORPTION OF NEW IMMIGRANT? PAN-ARAB LEAGUE TO RESIST LAND BUYING Cairo (JTA)—Member state? of the Pan-Arab League were urged this week to contribute to a fund to help Palestine Arabs "resist" land purchases by Jews. Speaking at a meeting of the economic and agricultural subcommittees of the league, Az/.am ] Bey, secretary general of the federation and Minister for Arab Affairs in the Egyptian Cabinet, attacked the "Zionist imperialist invasion" in Palestine and urged the Arab states to consider his proposal for financial assistance for the Palestine Arabs, Tlir acquisition of IanJ in Palestine is vital for the absorption of new Immigrants from war-ravaged Earrae, the r.•integration of reluming servicein. ii .mil women, the establishment of new agricultural settlement*, housing development* for newly arrived refugeeami the increase of fooil production. The Jewish Agenry for Palestine, the Pale-tine Foundation Fund, the Jewish National Fund and the Miiraehi Palestine Fund —the agencies constituting the United Palestine Appeal—require $J3.3O0,O0O in 1915 to rarry on and expand the prop-am ol mass settlement and r< .in-truetion of the Jewish National Home, In addition to providing new land anas fot the settlement of hundredl of thousands of Europe'homeleM Jt\ United Palestine Appeal fundare nliUsed for transportation, honiiag, eas. and training of new srrivslt, promotion of agrirullural and industrial dtvrloptnent, aid to demobilised lean soldiers and assistance lo nluralionil, eullural and religious institution is the Jewish National Home. CHAPLAIN HOROWITZ TOURING EUROPE'S CAMPS i bDIIMpHI 'S ip* aw Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. Sth St. Phone 2-7439 Chaplain Samuel Horowitz, (assistant to Theatre Chaplain, I. B.) is touring the various rest camps in India, on behalf of the Theatre Chaplain to organize Jewish Services. 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