The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 20NUMBER 30
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
eneral Strike Sweeps Palestine
Protest Against 'Exodus' Attack

ly Land Underground
mews Attack On British
tUSALEM (JTA)A dusk-
kwn curfew was imposed on
lewish quarters of Jerusalem*!
I week following a series of
on police stations and
^red cars in the city during
at least 10 soldiers and
emen were wounded- The
rnment announced that the
^ry-wide casualty toll during
weekend were three killed,
ling one Jew, and 23 in-
of whom five were Jews.
ree attacks were made on
[aifa radar station this week
Haganah joined the battle
first open action since last
The Haganah operations
Ct the rising wave of indig-
among Palestine Jewry at
tilling of three persons
I the blockade runner Exo-
knd the deportation of 4,500
pigers to France.
attacks in the pre-dawn
culminated in the destruc-
|of the wireless installations
station which is at Ahuza,
of the city. The first two
about an hour apart, were
Hsionary actions directed at a
by signal detachment camp
sixth airborne division by
15 members of the resist-
movement using machine
small arms and hand gre-
. One Jew, Moshe Airkin.
[in a government hospital in
from wounds received in
Operation.
rior to departure for the
ion. Dr. Jorge Garcia of
}temala and Prof. Enrique
riguex Fabregal of Uruguay,
ri of the United Nations
littee, had a personal in-
lew this week with Mena-
Begin and other leaders
rgun Zvai Leumi.
ey discussed the aims and
of the Irgun with regard
UNSCOP inquiry and Be-
^romised that his organiza-
zould refrain from breaking
ace if Britain also refrained,
delegates spoke in English,
^rere given refreshments dur-
the interview, which was
^ed in great secrecy and fol-
by 48 hours a talk by Judge
Sandstroem, UNSCOP chair-
and two of his aides with
rs of the Haganah. Shortly
the dinner hour, Dr.
Idos and Prof. Faregat left
la House in a United Na-
|car. They drove to an ap-
spot where they parked
[auto and entered a private
vhich awaited them, took
[to a third place, where an-
car carried them a great
ce. Then they transferred
ourth machine, after a short
I with escorts, and drove to
|ding where they were re-
by Begin and his staff,
fcdication was given of the
where the interview took
While the entire episode
urrounded with mystery-
agency offices in Tel Aviv re-
ceived anonymous telephone
calls notifying them thai the
two British soldiers kidnapped
last week were now in Tel
Aviv.
The callers, who identified
themselves as Irgun spokesmen,
said that they had called to in-
(Continued on Page 4)
OF AJG SESSION IS
ASKED BY LIPSKY
NEW YORK (JTA)The In-
terim committee of the American
Jewish Conference announced
that it has recommended post-
ponement to November of the
fourth session of the.conference,
which was slated to be held on
Labor Day weekend to discuss
conversion of the organization
into a permanent body.
The announcement said that
several organizations affiliated
with the conference had request-
ed the postponement in order to
avoid a conflict with "an impor-
tant emergency Jewish interna-
tional gathering requiring the
presence of a substantial number
of delegates and officers." The
meeting referred to is apparently
the conference of the World Zion-
ist Actions committee, which is
slated to meet in Switzerland at
the end of August.
Delegates to the conference are
being asked to indicate whether
they favor a postponment in a
letter signed by Louis Lipsky,
executive committee chairman,
who expressed regret for the in-
convenience that would be caused
by the postponement.
Marshall Affirms
Urgent Need Of
Sir;ilton Measure
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secre-
tary of State George C. Marshall
and former Secretary of War
Robert P. Patterson strongly
urged passage of the Stratton bill
to admit 400,000 displaced persons
to the United States over a period
of four years The cabinet mem-
bers testified before the full
judiciary committee, which aug-
mented the sub-committee on im-
migration, which has been con-
ducting hearings on the measure.
Secretary Marshall, emphasiz-
ing the importance of a definite
stand by Congress, as quickly as
possible, urged admission of a
substantial number of DP's as
imigrants, to demonstrate that
"we practice what we preach."
In answer to questioning by Rep.
Emanuel Celler, Democrat, of
New York, he said that the situa-
tion is "critical" and that con-
tinuation of the DP camps is
"bad and grows continually
worse."
UNSCOP Completes
Jerusalem Inquiry
To Probe Lebanon
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
United Nations Special Commit-
tee on Palestine this weekend
completed its work in Palestine
by hearing John S. Grauel, Amer-
ican Protestant minister from
Worcester, Mass., who arrived on
the refugee ship Exodus with
4,500 visaless Jews, and then
headed for Beirut in a 22-car
motorcade where it will take
testimony from the representa-
tives of the neighboring Arab
states.
Earlier, completing Jewish testi-
mony before the committee,
Moshe Shertok, head of the po-
(Continued on page 4)
JERUSALEM (JTA)Jews throughout Palestine this weekend
halted work and closed their shops in a general strike protest-
ing the killing of three persons aboard the blockade runner
"Exodus 1947" Friday. The strike, from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday,
took place amid rumors that the 4,500 visaless Jews, who were
deported aboard, three British vessels, were being sent back
to their port of embarkation in France, and against a backdrop
^of bomb, mortar and gunfire at-
Jewish Families
To Be Canvassed
In Triple Survey
A new census or the Greater
Miami Jewish community, the
first to be made here in three
years, will get underway soon, if
a recommendation submitted this
week to the executive board of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is approved. The pro-
posal is one of three decided upon
at a meeting last Thursday night
of the Federation's Community
Planning committee, of which
Stanley C. Myers is chairman.
The other two projects pro-
posed by the committee are a sur-
vey of leisure-time organizations
in the area, and an investigation
of Jewish hospital and institu-
tional facilities.
The census, designed to bring
up-to-date the Jewish population
figures obtained by the last can-
vass, held in September-October,
1944, was suggested by the com-
mittee, which is charged with the
responsibility of analyzing and
surveying community problems,
as the best means of obtaining
data on the various needs of the
Jewish community here.
It is expected that facts and
figures obtained by the census
will prove invaluable in the other
two projects. As an example, a
member of the committee pointed
out, the entire Northwest section
of Miami, which contains a large
number of Jewish families, is
without leisure-time facilities.
Knowledge of the exact Jewish
population of the area would en-
hance the work of the committee
in determining the leisure-time
needs of that section.
Other phases of the survey -on
(Continued on page 4)
tacks in a number of widely scat-
tered areas of the country.
From Famagusta, Cyprus, where
the immigrants should have ar-
rived early Sunday, came reports
that the authorities were unable
to account for the fact that the
deportation ferries had not yet
docked. The rumors were given
added impetus by a statement of
a government spokesman who re-
fused to answer directly whether
the Jews were being deported to
Cyprus or France. He declared
that the "whole question is one
for the London government: the
decision on their destination is
not in the Palestine government's
hands and we can say nothing un-
til London informs us."
Last Friday when the trans-
shipment of the Exodus' passen-
gers began in Haifa, observers
here pointed out that 15,000 to
16,000 DP's were already interned
on the island and that the addi-
tion of another 4,50ft would bring
the total to over 20,000, while the
facilities of the camps were built
for a maximum of 10,000 persons.
NEWS BRIEFS FROM ABROAD
CANBERRA (JTA) Twelve
thousand DP's, including 5,000
from the British zone, will be
permitted to enter Australia, the
government announced this week.
Preference will be extended to
heavy workers, notably those
from the Baltic countries. Im-
migrants will be assigned to spe-
cific jobs and must remain for a
minimum of two years, unless re-
leased before, after which satis-
factory immigrants will be allow-
ed to transfer to a job of their
own choosing and become Aus-
tralian citizens after five years.
Aspects, the two delegates
^"< no time blindfolded.
newspaper and new*
BUCHAREST (JTA)A gov-
ernment commission which is
completing an investigation of the
reinstatement of Jewish workers
to jobs from which they were
ousted under racial legislation
promulgated by pro-Nazi regimes,
disclosed that reports from all
parts of the country, including I the famine areas of Moldavia,
sections of Transylvania, reveal
that most of the Jews are rapidly
returning to their former posi-
tions.
Meanwhile, following repeated
protests by Jewish organizations,
the ministry of labor has ordered
all its local branches to register
on their rolls Jews whose docu-
ments were lost as a result of
persecution. Jews who lost their
papers when deported or impris-
oned have experienced great dif-
ficulty in proving their status as
workers in a particular field and
forfeited social security rights
because they were not registered
by the labor offices.
Jassy and Botosani.
Since recently acquired food
stocks are becoming dangerously
low again and the diet of the peo-
ple in the area is sure to degen-
erate, it is expected that many
new cases will be reported.
PARIS (JTA)The French
foreign office announced this
week that the 4,500 visaless
Jews who arrived in Palestine
on the Exodus are being taken
to the Riviera port of Ville
Franche sur Mer.
The announcement, which dis-
pelled the fog of rumors which
has surrounded the where-
abouts of the refugees since
they left Haifa Saturday morn-
ing ostensibly bound for Cyp-
rus, said that they would be
held in France until arrange-
ments could be made to send
them to Colombia for which
they had visas.
The British foreign office in
London confirmed the an-
nouncement.
BUCHAREST (JTA)Jewish
organizations are taking speedy
action to cope with an outbreak
of pellagra, a vitamin deficiency
disease, which is cropping up in
FRANKFURT (JTA)The U.
S. Army reported that residents
of Jewish displaced persons
camps were publishing four
weekly newspapers and 13 maga-
zines for general circulation.
Most of the newspapers contain
about six pages.
The Joint Distribution commit-
tee offices here announced that
50 tubercular DP's have left for
treatment in Swiss sanitaria.
During the past four months, 250
sufferers from tuberculosis have
been sent to Switzerland for
treatment, it was added.
The call for the general strike
was rigidly adhered to in every
city, town and settlement in the
country. In Tel Aviv Mayor Is-
rael Rokach, Chief Rabbi I. J.
Unterman and Berl Locker,
member of the Jewish Agency'
addressed some 20,000 Jews who
attended a monster mass meet-
ing. While banners reading
Piratical actions will not halt
Jewish immigration" flew over-
head, the speakers called on the
extremists to cease their killings
of "innocent Englishmen" and to
avert civil war in the Jewish
community. In both Jerusalem
and Haifa, where Goldie Meirson
addressed the rally, the strikes
passed quietly.
The three men killed during
the British boarding operation
were buried in Haifa. They were
William Bernstein, an American
Jew from San Francisco who
served as first mate of the Exo-
dus; Mordechai Bunstein, 23 a
former inmate of a DP camp in
Germany, and Hirsh Yacubovitch,
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PAGE THREE
Personally Speaking
(Continued from Page 2)
cer is the former Berncrrdine Roth, of Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
Roth, Mrs. Tucker's parents, and her aunt, Mrs. Sam Sable,
[well as Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka (Millicent Roth) are
Jnding the briss in Huntsville today. Mr. Roth will go on a
less trip from there to California, Cleveland and Buffalo.

Ir. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz are leaving for the North to visit
daughter.
Ir. Victor Eskenazi and his son Jack are vacationing in
York.
Ir. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz are en route to New York and
spend several weeks at the Grand hotel, Highmount, N. Y.

J)r. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal returned Monday from
igeport, Conn., where they attended the funeral of his
her, Mrs. Jennie Rosenthal, who died July 15.

)r. and Mrs. H. Queen and Mf. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff are
iding the summer at Roscoe, N. Y.
Svelyn Brown returns today from a visit in New York.

[Mr. Joseph Keller, of Fort Lauderdale, left this week for
ridence, R. I., where he will remain until October.

|Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin have returned from a two-week
to New York.
|Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cohen have returned from a recent vaca-
in Nashville, Tenn.
[Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and their son Harold have
to spend some time at Hendersonville, N. C.
Jewish Quiz Box
JUESTION: What are "Un-
tfirer?"
LNSWER: In the traditional
jldinK ceremony it is customary
Appoint two couples to precede
bride and the groom respcc-
Hy to the altar. These are
I'd "Unterfirer" which is a
Irish term meaning "those who
(them) under (the canopy)."
QUESTION: What is Ihe ori-
of this custom?
|NSWER: The exact time and
pe of its origin is not defi-
ly established. "Unterfirer"
mentioned in the Talmud
lmud Babli. Tractate Baba
ira, 114b, 145a) under the
le of "Shushvinon" which is
Aramaic word for "friends."
most Talmudic sources it
seems that only one might have
been appointed for each to serve
in the capacity of the "best man"
and the "maid of honor" which
we have today. It was their duty
to collect the presents, sometimes
share the first meal with the
couple, etc. In the Talmud it is
related that these positions are
reciprocal, i.e., the favor of being
an unterfirer was to be returned
at some later date, including the
usual expense that goes along
with assuming such a position. It
seems, generally, that the custom
of having such attendants is quite
ancient in origin. The Midrash
(Genesis, Parshah 8) claims that
Adam, the first man, had two
"Unterfirer," i.e., the angels
Michael and Gabriel who walked
on either side of him.
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QUESTIONS
1. What does Tishah B'Ab
mean?
2. What sad event in the history
of the Jewish people does Tishah
B'Ab commemorate?
3. What is the Kotel Maarabi
("Western Wall")?
4. How do pious Jews observe
Tishah B'Ab?
5. What strange coincidence
makes Tishah B'Ab an unusually
sad day in the history of our
people?
6. When and by whom was the
First Temple destroyed?
7. What famous ruler aided in
the rebuilding of the Temple?
8. What people conquered Pal-
estine and destroyed the Second
Temple?
9. What other unfortunate epi-
sodes in Jewish history are said
to have occurred on Tishah B'Ab?
10. Why is the 17th of Tammuz
(Shib'ah Asar B'Tamus) observed
as a fast day?
11. What are the "Three Weeks
and Nine Days"?
12. Why do pious Jews observe
the "Three Weeks" and more
particularly the "Nine Days" as
a period of solemnity?
13. By what special names are
the Sabbath immediately preced-
ing and following Tishah B'Ab
called? 0
14. From what do the Sabbaths
before and after Tishah B'Ab de-
rive their special names?
15. By what outward signs can
one tell in a synagogue that it is
Tishah B'Ab?
16. What special features are
included in the synagogue service
on Tishah B'Ab?
17. What are the "Kinot?"
18. Who was the author of the
concluding "Kinah," "Eli Zion?"
19. What specific purposes has
the observance of Tishah B'Ab
served in modern times?
20. In what practical manner
has the occurrence of Tishah B'Ab
been utilized in recent decades?
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ANSWERS
1. The ninth day of the Hebrew
month of Ab.
2. The destruction of the Holy
Temple (Bet Hamikdash) in Jeru-
salem.
3. The western wall of the Bet
Hamikdash, commonly known as
the Wailing Wall, which has re-
mained standing on the temple
site to this day.
4. By fasting and mourning
from sunset to sunset.
5. According to tradition both
the First and Second Temples
were destroyed on the same date
(Tishah B'Ab).
6. The Babylonians under Ne-
buchadnezzar, over 2,500 years
ago.
7. King Cyrus
8. The Romans under Titus, in
70 C.E. (1873 years ago).
9. The suppression of the re-
volt against Roman oppression,
led by Bar Kokhba, and the ex-
pulsion of the Jews from Spain.
10. Because it marks the anni-
versary of the first breach made
by the conquerors in the walls of
Jerusalem.
11. The period between the 17th
of Tammuz and the 9th of Ab, and
first nine days in the month of
Ab.
12. Because Jerusalem, which
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was beseiged, fell into the hands
of the enemy during that period.
13. "Shabbat Hazon" and
"Shabbat Nah'mu."
14. From the first words in the
portions of the prophet Isaiah,
lead at the services on those Sab-
baths.
15. The Holy Ark (Aron Hako-
desh) is bare or draped in black,
the usual curtain or "perohet"
having been removed; some wor-
shippers are seated on the floor
on boxes, low stools or turned
over chairs and benches; the talit
(prayer shawl) and the tcfillin
(phylacteries) are worn at the
Minhah (afternoon services) in-
stead of during the morning
prayers. The gloomy atmosphere
is further reflected in the low,
weeping tones in which the pray-
ers are recited.
16. The Book of Lamentations
(Megillat Eikhah) is read, the
"Kinot" are chanted, and the
tragic incidents associated with
the destruction of the Holy Tem-
ple are recounted.
17. A collection of about 40
plaintive hymns, dirges and la-
ments.
18. The famous Hebrew poet,
Yehudah Halevi.
19. It has reenforced in the
hearts of Jews the hope for the
ultimate restoration of Zion.
20. To stimulate interest in the
rebuilding of Palestine as a Na-
tional Jewish homeland, and more
especially in the redemption of
the soil of Erez Yisrael.
Dubbin Is Named
To Hialeah Post
Appointment of Albert S. Dub-
bin, Miami attorney, as city at-
torney for Hialeah was announced
here Thursday, July 17th.
Dubbin, who lives at 2651 S.
Miami ave., will receive $100 a
month retainer fee and payment
for any special work necessary.
His appointment followed the
resignation of William J. Pruitt.
who formerly held the post, and
whose term had been marked by
considerable litigation, including
suits aimed at Hialeah water ex-
pansion projects, attempted re-
calls and other attacks on the
administration.
A graduate of the University
of Florida, Dubbin practiced law
here for 12 years before entering
the armed forces in 1942. He
was discharged with the rank of
major.
Arturo di Filippi. tenor, well
known as impresario of the
Miami Opera Guild, will be the
featured soloist in the fifth
"pops" concert of the current
series by the University of
Miami concert orchestra, at
Flamingo park. Miami Beach,
Saturday, July 26, at 8 pjn.
Gerard Haft, noted 'cellist, will
conduct.
P. P. P. P. P. P.
NOT DOUBLE TALK;
NEW FASCIST PARTY
ST. PAUL, Minn. Homer
Loomis. jr., convicted leader of
the defunct race-baiting Col-
umbians, Inc., now free on bail
pending appeal, is presently or-
ganizing a new hate group in
the slum area of Atlanta, Ga..
according to Ben Epstein, di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation,
league of B'nai B'riih, here.
The new group, Epstein re-
ported, has a strange title, the
| "People's Profound Progressive
Protest Political Party of Amer-
I lea." Loomis is once more ai-
| tempting to stir up racial and
religious strife with mob psy-
chology, meanwhile creating for
himself the post of "feuhrer."
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"Without the strength that unit!/ gives, your
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MIAMI BEACH
TUES. and WED..
JULY 29-30
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PAGE FIVE
32 Miamians Serve
State Bar Ass'n On
Its New Committees
The Florida State Bar associa-
tion has appointed 32 Miami law-
yers to serve on its various com-
mittees for the 1947-48 period,
according to documents received
here from E. Dixie Beggs, of
Pensacola, president of the body.
Daniel H. Redfearn will serve
on three committeesthose on a
new Florida constitution, civil
procedure rules, and the past
presidents' advisory committee.
Albert B. Bernstein and Charles
A. Morehead will both serve on
the bodies for federal taxation
and legal institutes, while M. L.
Mershon will participate in the
work of supreme court building
and memorials.
Other Miami attorneys and
their committees are:
Samuel J. Kanner, chancery
practice; W. O. Mehrtens and
Circuit Court Judge Stanley Mil-
ledge, rules of civil procedure;
Richard H. Hunt and Bart A.
Riley, criminal law and proced-
ures; County Judge W. F. Blan-
ton and Lyle D. Holcomb, pro-
bate and guardianship law.
Edward H. Brown, unauthor-
ized practice of law; George H.
Salley, legal education and ad-
mission to the bar; W. P. Sim-
mons, jr., professional ethics and
grievances; J. Y. Porter, IV., and
William S. Frates, American
citizenship.
Tyrus A. Norwood, legislation;
H. U. Fiebelman, publications;
George F. Gilleland, public rela-
tions; Juvenile Court Judge W.
H. Beckham, juvenile delin-
quency; Mrs. Ethel Ernest Mur-
rell, married women's rights; Ar-
thur T. Hill, legal service to the
armed forces.
William A. Lane, Paul L. E.
Helliwell and Dante B. Fascell,
legal institutes; James A. Dixon,
oil and gas rights; Douglas Felix,
federal taxation; Oliver W. Fol-
mar, membership; Armstead
Brown and Robert H. Anderson,
past presidents' advisory; John
H. Wahl, statutory revision.
On Monday. July 28. the
Clara Hirah Landau chapter of
B'nai B'riih Young Women
will hold its weekly meeting
at the home of Miss Gloria
Farkas. 337 28th si.. Miami
Beach. Miss Winnie Epstein,
activity chairman, pro tern, has
announced a bowling program
for the group on Tuesdays, and
tennis Sunday mornings in
Flamingo park. All members
and their friends are invited to
participate.
CONTROL
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1901
SaU tor Palestine
(Above, left to right) Miss Char-
lotte Glaser, president of the
Bronx Sisterhood of the Gen-
eral Israel Orphan Home for
Girls in Jerusalem; Mr. Joshua
Manischewils. president of the
orphanage; Mrs. Dora Silver-
stein, president of the Phila-
delphia auxiliary, and Mrs.
Sadee Danser, president of the
Brooklyn auxiliary, all mem-
bers of a committee represent-
ing the American sponsors of
the Jerusalem orphanage, who
sailed for Palestine aboard the
S.S. Marine Carp. While in
Jerusalem, the committee will
formulate a plan to purchase
land and construct a new home
for the orphanage adequate to
meet the greatly expanded
need for facilities created by
the already vast influx and an-
ticipated arrival of great num-
bers of children from Europe.
While the committee is en-
gaged in its planning mission, a
concerted fund raising drive
will be launched to provide the
necessary means for this urgent
undertaking.
LEGAL NOTICES
11TH JUDICIAL HRTI'IT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, KIXHtllJA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 110784
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HELENS C. WATKRS.
Plaintiff.
VB.
ARTHUR WATKRS.
Defendant.
THE STATE OP KI.ORIDA:
TO: ARTHUR WATERS
4 c<>uri Square
ljting Inland City
I/onK Inland
New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Rill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
Btyled cause on or before the 26th day
of August, 1947; otherwise the allo-
icationa of said Rill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Floridian, a nawapapei
published In Dade County, Florida
DATED this 24th day of July, 1947
E. B. LBATIIERMA.N,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Build ins
Miami 32, Florida
7/25 8/1-8-15
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PHONE 4-6800
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"Clearing Lots Our Specialty"
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Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Call 4-0335 or 78-3878
For FREE Estimates
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Formerly the
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
All Work Guaranteed
won
1200 CORAL WAY AT POINTS'
Red Cross Begins
Swim Program
A final summer water safety
program for both adults and
children will be launched Mon-
day, July 28, in cooperation with
managements of nine swimming
pook throughout the county, T.
J. Bleier, Dade Red Cross water
safety chairman, has announced.
The program, to last from July
28 to Aug. 9, will include classes
for beginners, intermediates and
swimmers. Courses will consist
of eight to 12 lessons each and
Red Cross certificates will be
issued to persons who success-
fully complete the training.
The Red Cross instruction, to
be given without charge, is made
possible through the cooperation
of the Dade county park associ-
ations, hotel and swimming pool
managements and the U. S. naval
air reserve. A nominal charge
will be made for use of the pools
in some instances.
Pools to be used are Hialeah,
Venetian, Matheson hammock,
Greynolds park, Macfadden Deau-
ville, Beach End, Naval Air Re-
serve pool at Opa-Locka, Home-
stead and Liberty City pool.
Registration, according to age
groups and course desired, will
take place Monday, July 28, at
Homestead, Venetian, Matheson
hammock, U. S. Naval Air Re-
serve at Opa-Locka and Liberty
City pools as follows:
Children 6 to 10 years, beginner
or intermediate courses, from 9
to 9:45 a.m.; 11 to 15 years, be-
ginner or intermediate, from 9:45
to 10:30 a.m.; 6 to 15 years, swim-
mers courses, from 10:30 to 11:15
a.m., and adults, beginner or in-
termediate, from 11:15 to 12 noon.
Registration will take place at
the same hours on Tuesday, July
29, at Beach End, Greynolds park,
Babcock park in Hialeah, and
Macfadden-Deauville.
Tempered Masonite
STORM
SHUTTERS
EASY TO INSTALL
Interchangeable Sizes
Stored in Small Space
FREE ESTIMATES
PHONE 5-1662
H. W. THOMAS CO.
605 LINCOLN RD.
Local Hadassah
Receives Award
For Membership
An award from the national
office of Hadassah, consisting of
a book-shelf of volumes on Jew-
ish subjects, was recently re-
ceived by the Greater Miami
chapters of the organization in
recognition of their part in an
intensive nation-wide member-
ship campaign.
The prize, one of 35 awarded
to as many chapters which led
in the campaign, was awarded to
the Hadassah groups of this area
for their 40 per cent increase in
membership during the drive,
which marked the 35th annivers-
ary of the organization and was
dedicated to the memory of the
late Henrietta Szold.
Included in the collection are
such volumes as "Palestine
Problems and Promise," by Robt.
R. Nathan; "The World of Sholem
Aleichem," by Maurice Samuels;
"Behind the Silken Curtain," by
Bartley Crum, and "Brandeis," by
A. J. Mason.
The books, now in the posses-
sion of Mrs. Victor Mel, Miami
Hadassah librarian, will be di-
vided between the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach groups in the fall.
Dr. John S. Elliott, director
of the Dade County Blood
Bank, will be the guest speaker
Friday at 12:15 at the Sholem
lodge. B'nai B'riih, luncheon
meeting in the Downtown club.
He will speak on the functions
of the blood bank and the com-
munity benefits derived from
the bank. Sam Silver, presi-
dent, will introduce the speaker.
SUFFERERS OF
Prickly Heat
Instant Relief
From Itching Irritations
Usually Cleared Within
36 Hours
USE
Loekes Formula
WITH SAFETY
511 Meridian Ave.
PHONE 58-1768
Purchase At Your Local
Drug Store
Andreyev 'Samson'
Will Be Dramatized
By 'Eternal Light'
A Biblical trageay by the mod-
ern Russian dramatist, Leonid
Andreyev, "Samson in Chains."
has been adapted for the Eternal
Light program by Harold Rosen-
berg and will be broadcast on
Sunday, July 27, over radio sta-
tion WIOD at 10:30 a.m.
Mr. Rosenberg, an eminent
poet and critic who is known for
his numerous translations from
the French, served as head of the
New York domestic news section
of the office of war information
during the war.
The Eternal Light, a coast-to-
coast radio program presented
under the auspices of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
is a public service presentation
of the National Broadcasting Co.
Dr. Moshe Davis is program edi-
tor.
"Samson in Chains" presents
the Andreyev version of the
blinded Judean hero's last days
in bondage.
Translation from the Russian
was by the late Herman Bern-
stein, newspaper correspondent,
author and diplomat, who was
the United States minister to Al-
bania under President Hoover.
We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos
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MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
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1252 N. W. 33rd Street
Phone 3-9801
Make Dreams Come True
See Us If You Plan To Buy, Build Or
Refinance Your Home
HOME LOANS TAILOR-MADE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS
RESOURCES MORE THAN $17,500,000.00
IIAIIE FEItEkUL
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Tenants Survey ^ ^ ^^ ghow
Shows Few Leases MenMhe skulmk renowned
A% DaInm OMopoH Yiddish Stage comedian and radio
Are being urrerea ... will b0 interviewed by m
The majority of landlords in Nasatir director of the WINZ
,;. "Yiddish Classical Hour on the
the Greater Miami area are not ^JJ^rt airing this Sunday,
offering '.eases with IS per cent j^ at 10 noon.
: ,t.: increases as authorized by Skulnik, known as the "King of
recently passed federal legisla- l ten" is currently vacation-
a survey disclosed this week by .ndude ^^ed numbers bj
Max Goodman, president of the
Miami-Miami B e a c h Tenants'
league.
G dman, wl
handed activity in -
inci_.
Sid Belarsky, Iza Kramer, Can-
tor Lebele Glantz and other J
dish ente-
LEGAL NOTICES
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EVE MAY DAIJE
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FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
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Plaintiff.
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Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
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|0-59 K'Mh STREET,
llol.l.is. LONd I8LAND,
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Community Concert
Soloists Disclosed
For Autumn Series
Albert S p a 1 d i n g, renowned
violinist, and Ruth Draper, cele-
brated monologuist, are to be
among the featured performers
in the 1947-48 Community Con-
cert Series sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach YMHA, according to
an announcement this week
which disclosed the full program
of this second annual group of
musical events.
The series, consisting of five
concerts, will be held in the audi-
torium of the Miami Beach High
school, and will feature, in addi-
tion to Spalding, Miss Draper and
others, the southern debut of
young Menahem Prcssler, 19-
year-old Palestinian concert pian-
ist.
Young Pressler, born in Magde-
burg, Germany, fled with his
parents to Palestine at the age of
10, and received all of his mu-
sical training in the Holy Land.
He arrived in this country in
September, 1946, to participate in
the Debussy contest in San Fran-
,cisco, where he won top honors
over 65 other contestants. Press-
ler is scheduled for performances
with ,t,hc N. Y. Philharmonic and
other leading orchestras before
,his appearance here.
The dates and soloists of the
concert series are as follows:
Burtlett and Robertson, pian-
ists, Tuesday, Dec. 16.
Albert Spalding, violinist, Sun-
i'Jay, Jan. 16.
Ruth Draper, monologuist,
Wednesday, Feb. 4.
Menahem Pressler, pianist,
Wednesday. March 17.
Igor Gorin, baritone, Tuesday,
April 6.
Tickets for the series, at $9 00
plus tax, are on sale at the Mi-
ami Beach "Y."
Author Appointed
Leo W. Schwarz. who recently
returned from Europe, has
been appointed director of the
American Friends of the He-
brew university, il was an-
nounced by Dr. Israel S. Wechs-
ler, president of the organiza-
tion, at the group's headquar-
ters, 10 E. 40th St., New York.
Schwarz succeeds Samuel B.
Finkel of Boston.
7 Miamians to Graduate
From U. of Fla. Tonight
Informal commencement exer-
cises to be held at the University
of Florida tonight, with Dean
Walter J. Matherly, of the college
of business administration, as
guest speaker, will see the con-
ferring of degrees upon seven
Miamians among the 107 gradu-
ates. President Jolin 1. Tigert
will award the sheepskins.
Listed among the graduates urc
Herbert C. Lazarus, Jack Suber-
man, Charles W. Brand, Jacques
Clarke, Theodore R. Nelson,
Frank E. Gilbert and Kenneth F.
Kniskern.
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white persons last week contact-
ed the Jackson Memorial hos-
pital blood bank, with offers to
donate blood to a Negro woman
awaiting surgery and in urgent
need of a transfusion, according
to Dr. John Elliott, director of
the blood bank.
The offers were made in re-
sponse to a newspaper item re-
counting tne plight of-Annie May
Branch, wno needed a transfusion
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RH negative type blood before
going under the surgeon's knife.
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persons and extremely so among
Negroes, and only seven of the
20 volunteers were found to be
of the proper category.
Significance was seen in the
fact that hospital policy, in re-
sponse to prevalent prejudice, is
to segregate blood from Negro
and white donors in the Wood
bank.
"Our policy," Dr. Elliott said.;
"is to furnish blood from donors
of a patient's own race, except in
cases of emergency, when we
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Twenty-three Greater Miami-
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five dental hygienists who were
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George Einhorn, Howard A. Had-
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Jewish fhrkJitr)
PAGE NINE
S. Racist Propaganda Emulates Streicher
L. K. Smith's Hate Sheet
"Bares" Red-Zionist "Plots"
. By TED STOIL
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
When the twisted, obscene body of Julius Streicher was laid
n a slab in a Nuremberg prison the night of Oct. 15, 1946, his
loody mantle became the object of a grim contest. Leading
nti-Semites and hate-mongers throughout the world entered into
race to inherit the filthy notoriety of Hitler's leading Jew-
aiter.
Today, the owner of that doubtful distinction is still unde-
termined." But the struggle for
|ts possession is producing amaz-
ng results, particularly in the
Jnited States. As a case in
loint. the example of "The Cross
ind the Flag," monthly magazine
published by would-be "Little
litler" Gerald L. K. Smith, is
typical.
A copy of this newsletter, com-
bed mainly of comments by
Smith and his editor, Don Loh-
beck, was made available to The
Jewish Floridian by the corre-
spondent who furnished the basis
M last week's report on Smith's
recent St. Louis meeting.
A study of "The Cross and the
Flag" is rewarding, for it shows
Ihat while Smith and his cohorts
have "toned down" their ap-
pioach in public, their printed
Diopaganda still carries the full
Slandering, lying bigotry of the
bow defunct Berlin "Voelkischer
Beobachter."
What it the "party line" of
I the American fascists? How do
they approach their readers and
I what do they tell them?
The individual items of com-
nent in the magazine are clev-
erly designed to furnish a sort of
pseudo-logical development of
fascist racist theory. The argu-
ment consists of (a) establishing
ne existence of numerous Com-
lunist "plots," the readers of the
magazine having long been in-
loctrinated into the evils of Com-
mnism, (b) establishing the ex-
Etence of a "link" between the
Communists, Zionists, and the
kmnipresent "international bank-
ers" (read "Jews" in nationalist
lircles). If Communists are bad,
id Jews are Communists, then
rou can, therefore, only fight
Communism by wiping out the
lews.
So much for "logic."
Under item (a) we find the
allowing "evidences" of Red
klots, in which Smith and his
Dllowers have been widely emu-
ated recently by the general
^ress, which has discovered that
ny headline containing the
void "Red" or "Russian" will sell
tore papers than any other head-
line.
In "The Cross and the Flag"
|ne reader is treated to "secrets"
lever before revealed anywhere.
Tor example, there is an article
page 910 by Congressman Karl
Mundt, of South Dakota, em-
itted "Russian Plot to Bomb
ISA." This, in turn, is based on
article in the Washington
rimes Herald" by one Walter
trohan, "disclosing" that Amtorg,
tussian trading agency in the
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contains descriptions and illu-
strations of typical American fac-
tory layouts, dam constructions,
bridges, etc.
The volume, a copy of which
was in the possession of the House
un-American Activities commit-
tee, of which Mundt is a mem-
ber, is referred to in Trohan's
story as a "saboteurs' handbook"
and "target manual." It contains,
for example, a description of
power units of the Tennessee
Valley Authority, and, Mundt
says darkly, ". we do not have
to remind anyone that the TVA
is in the vicinity of Oak Ridge,
Tenn."
Mundt also asserts that the
House committee had been asked
to turn over the book to Naval
Intelligence for study. Elsewhere
in the magazine, the charge is
made that the book is being used
as a Red Army textbook, although
Mundt does not mention this
"fact" anywhere in his story.
The flaws in this piece of war-
mongering propaganda are mani-
fold. The publication of such
studies of American construction
techniques has been widespread
for many years, and they have
been published by many coun-
tries in many languages, for the
use of foreign engineers. That
the information contained therein
could conceivably be valuable in-
telligence in wartime is undeni-
able. But to assume that this is
the intent, or that the book is
ipso facto a military text, is
ridiculous and dangerous non-
sense.
Walter Trohan, whose news-
paper story forms the basis for
Mundt's article, is a pet of
Smith's, judging from numer-
ous references to his stories,
throughout "The Cross and the
Flag," which may be due to the
fact that Trohan is a staff
writer on the Chicago "Trib-
une." It is interesting to note,
in passing, that this same Wal-
ter Trohan was the ghost
writer of Jim Farley's recent
magasine series of ghoulish
slanders against the late Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt.
The assertion that Navy In-
telligence pressed the un-Ameri-
can Activities committee for its
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copy of "American Construction"
is patently ridiculous. It would
be a sad commentary indeed on
the efficiency of our intelligence
services, if a book obtainable by
the fumbling Capitol Hill witch-
hunters were inaccessible to of-
ficial intelligence circles.
As for the grim "reminder"
that TVA is near Oak Ridge, it
need only be recalled that TVA
was the world's leading example
of what could be accomplished
in rural electrification when Oak
Ridge was only an unplowed field
and atomic energy only a gleam
in Albert Einstein's eye.
What other "plots" does Smith
reveal? There is the alleged
scheme of Moscow to form a
"Negro Soviet Republic" in the
southeastern United States, com-
plete with map showing the lim-
its of the "republic." The legend
accompanying the map says that
it was "taken from secret Com-
munist party files," and in the
very next sentence asserts that
"this map was republished and
exhibited by Communist leaders
as late as January, 1947."
Obviously, a map cannot be
secret, exhibited, and repub-
lished all at the same lime. As
a matter of fact, the map is a
duplicate of one to be found in
any good sociology textbook,
delineating the limits of Amer-
ica's so-called "Black Belt"!
Other amazing canards are lev-
eled at the Communists. An ar-
ticle by Norman Jaques. Canadian
M.P., whose anti-Semitic speeches
in this country recently brought
protests to the State Department
by the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defama-
tion league, brings the amazing
charge that "Communists were in
charge of Buchenwald (notorious
Nazi concentration camp) from
1941 on," and that they, the Com-
munists, "committed all sorts of
atrocities against the inmates of
Buchenwald."
This amazing "disclosure" men-
tions not one word about the true
masters of Buchenwald, the Ger-
man Nazis, aside fcom completely
disregarding the fact that Com-
munists, as well as Jews, trade-
unionists. Catholics and others,
were cremated, tortured and
starved to death in Buchenwald
and other horror camps.
Other "Red plots," all of which
are based on the same type of
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are: a plan to "mongrelize" the
United States by forcing mar-
riages between Negroes and
whites; a dark plot in Minne-
apolis to bar Gerald L. K. Smith,
evidenced by his inability to hire
a hall there, and because the Min-
neapolis city council passed a local
Fair Employment Practices Act,
which, Smith writes, "makes it a
criminal offense to discriminate
against any individual because of
his race or color. It is the cheap-
est and most vicious type of
demagoguery." (italics mine: T.S.)
And an assertion that of 16,000,-
000 Germans in the Soviet-occu-
pied zone, six million "cannot be
located. Of this six million, it
is believed that two million have
died from hunger and that
the remaining four million are
(Russian) slaves! the late
FDR consented to reducing these
helpless people to this terrible
fate." The same story says, "No
one knows where they (the six
million) are, except the Russian
government."
How Smith weeps for the "help-
less" Germans, sold down the
river by FDR, and dying like
flies, although, of course, no one
but the Russians knows where
they are!
The next step in Smith's "logic"
is the tie-in between the Reds
and the "international" Jews.
This is established by items such
as the following, again by Jaques:
"It is a matter of everyday
experience thai the Communists
and the political Zionists every-
where are working, plotting
and planning to control the
world. The link between them
is international finance .
According to an international
Jewish banker in New York:
'Marxism is simply one of the
weapons of Jewish national-
ism'."
This monstrous canard is mild
compared to the other anti-
Semitic nonsense in the maga-
zine's pages:
"In the City of New York is a
clique of ruthless, apostate, left
wing, bureaucratic, New Deal,
pro-Communist Jews Walter
Winchell, Drew Pearson They
are New Dealers, Roosevelt-ites,
mongrelizers, race mixers ."
The opposition to Herman Tal-
madge, who tried to take over
the governorship of Georgia by a
coup d'etat, stems, according to
Smith, "from New York City .
(and) the same cabal of
apostate Jews and Communists."
The magazine goes on to praise
". this young man (Talmadge)'
who is carrying on the rich tra-
ditions of his father (!)"
The rich American traditions
of the late Eugene Talmadge, of
course, are lynchings, terror, and
race hatred, all of which G.L.K.
Smith heartily endorses.
More items from the magazine:
"The weak point of the Commu-
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Musical Program
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A musical program, featuring
performances by some of Miami's
leading soloists and ensembles,
will be the keynote of the "par-
ents' night" sponsored by the
Emanon club of the YMHA Sun-
day night, July 27, at the air-
conditioned Temple Israel, 137 N.
E. 19th st.
The program, scheduled to be-
gin at 8 p.m.. will be conducted
by Ed Moore, of radio station
WIOD. as master of ceremonies.
It will feature a group of rendi-
tions by a trio composed of Hen-
rietta Hallam, pianist; Daniel
Brecskin, violinist, and John As-
welt, 'cellist.
Other performers will include
Ruth Brotman, lyric coloratura
soprano, who is noted in this area
for active work in entertaining
hospitalized GI's during the war.
and who inaugurated the Oneg
Shabbatim of the air.
Individual members of the trio
will perform solo numbers, and
will be followed by tenor Joe
Pardo. who will be accompanied
by Miss Hallam at the piano.
Miss Brotman will be seconded
at the keyboard by "Tays," for-
mer nationally known concert
pianist and world traveler, who
is also scheduled to perform sev-
eral monologues.
The program, which is being
arranged by Misses Shirley Gold-
stein and Jean Nevel, will culmi-
nate in a brief talk by Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the YMHA. Refreshments, ar-
ranged for by Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey Dwoskin, will be served.
The Dade chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac
Home will hold a boat ride and
games night Sunday, Aug. 3. at
8:30 p.m.. aboard the "Show-
boat." leaving Chamber of Com-
merce docks, Miami Beach.
Reservations may be made by
contacting Mrs. S. Bernstein,
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Sholem Lodge Arbitration Board Is
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RABBI BRICKNER GETS MEDAL FOR MERIT
Secretary ol War Robert P. Patterson (left) presented the Medal
for Merit to Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner (right) of Cleveland,
chairman of the administrative committee of the National
Jewish Welfare board's (JWB) committee on Army and Navy
Religious Activities (now known as the Division of Religious
Activities) for his servicess to the United Nations during the
war. The decoration is the highest civilian award conferred
by the President of the U. S. on those who served with special
distinction in the war effort. As a representative of the
American Jewish community. Rabbi Brickner made an ex-
tensive tour of five war fronts. "He conveyed the assurance
of the Jewish people in our country of their spiritual support
to the chaplains, officers and servicemen," the War Depart-
ment citation says. The presentation was made at the Penta-
gon building in the Secretary of War's office.
Sam Silver, president of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, has announced
the appotatmenl of an arbitration
committee, designed to settle any
business and domestic disputes
arising between Jewish citizens
m the Miami area.
The committee will be com-
posed "f prominent business and
professional persons in the com-
munity who will voluntarily con-
vene at the request of the parties
concerned, and attempt to make
amicable settlements of situa-
tions which might otherwise end
in the courts, and result in un-
I ,\ ,rable publicity.
The committee can function
successfully only if the disput-
ants will agree to abide by its
decision," Sam Goldman, com-
mittee chairman, said. "Our 14-
man committee can prevent the
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PAGE ELEVEN
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Muctfy eonfidenUol
(Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Flash!
It is said thai the real reason for Sumner Welles' last-
minute cancellation oi his speech before the 50th annual
Zionist convention in New York was this: He 1b slated to
succeed General Marshall as Secretary of State in the near
future, and was advised not to compromise himself by par-
ticipation in a purely Zionist affair You see, he may
have to deal officially with the United Nations commission's
report on Palestine.
\lJndenerving
Of interest to our Jewish leaders who have expressed such
enthusiasm over the Truman doctrine of aid to Greece and
Turkey: "Estia" is Greece's big industrialist daily newspaper
... It is on the list for a subsidyor so it hopesfrom the
$250,000,000 fund which the U. S. has voted to Greece ... A
few weeks ago "Estia" referred to the liquidation of UNRRA
with great joy, commenting as follows: "It is a good thing that
the Jewish-Communist organization UNRRA is concluding its
activities in Greece" ... If UNRRA is called Communist and
Jewish by the elements now in power in Greece, you can easily
I guess whom they purge as Communist agitators these days.
IHtigraeing Motherhood .
According to well-informed sources, anti-Semitic Fascism is
being spread throughout America more effectively by women's
organizations than by men's groups Those in the know
I realize that the KKK and the Columbians are on the decline .
They are too obviously unrespectable in many sections of our
country The real danger lies -in the rapidly increasing
I "mother" organizations The most important of these is the
I National Blue Star Mothers, headed by Agnes Waters, a rabidly
I anti-Semitic Washington society matron She is the lady
I who, you may remember, once ran for President on the plat-
Iform that "all dirty Jews and President Roosevelt would be
I hanged" Another efficient "Mother" leader is Mrs. Lyril van
JHyning, head of "We The Mothers, Inc.," whose slogan reads:
I "America for Gentiles Only" ... But perhaps the most sinister
lone is Mrs. Frieda Stanley of Cleveland, president of "United
iMothers of America," who publicly praised as tools of democ-
racy the Nazi concentration camps which exterminated millions
jof innocent people Isn't it rather strange that the Con-
jgressional un-American Activities committee has never investi-
gated any of these numerous Fascist and anti-Semitic "Mother"
I organizationsorganizations that openly decry democracy and
I call for the annihilation of American citizens belonging to racial
[and religious minorities?
\Tru<* Christian
On our vacation in Canada we discovered one of the most
I interesting personalities we have met in our life He is
IRussell Boyd, an ex-divinity student and a good Protestant, who
jowns the Carlsbad Springs hotel-sanatorium in Carlsbad
Springs, Ont. Mr. Boyd believes in interreligious good will
1. His guests are 90 per cent Jewish and 10 per cent Christian
|. "I run a hotel-sanatorium for Jews and Christians who want
Ito learn how to live together in a neighborly way," he says .
IMr. Boyd is an authority on ancient Palestine and an ardent
Zionist.
Miscellany ...
Larry Friedman, who retained the junior chess championship
Bn the recent national tournament, is only 16, but he's considered
Lasker in the making Trevor Howard, the new English
iovie star, is a son of the late Leslie Howard, ne Steiner, we
Beam ... Dr. Joshua Bloch is reported to be working on his
'memoirs, which will make many Jewish leaders lose sleep,
secause the doctor doesn't pull his punches ... A general pub-
lication which enjoys perhaps the largest circulation among
Dews in Canada is Contact," edited by the Rev. Walter Thorn-
ton in Vancouver ... The immortality of Jewish leaders often
Bs dependent on organizational politics The most unjustly
lorgotten Zionist leader is the late Dr. Nahum Sokolow, whose
name is never mentioned alongside those of Herzl, Nordau and
even Wolfssqhn Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, who refused to
be drafted for a third term as president of the ZOA, will devote
himself to his temple in Cleveland for a year, and then will
nsrt Palestine for an extended stay.
BETH DAVID SISTERS
TO HOLD BOAT RIDE
A luncheon board meeting of
the Sisterhood of Beth David Con-
gregation last Wednesday dis-
closed plans of the organization
for a boat ride and entertainment
to be held Sunday night, Aug. 3.
The yacht "Seven Seas" has
been chartered exclusively by the
Sisterhood and will leave Pier 8,
Miami, at 8:15 p.m., according to
Mrs. Sam August, general chair-
man of the affair.
Other members of the organi-
zation serving on the committee
are Mrs. Harry August, tickets;
Mrs. Max Siegel and Mrs. Max
Feldman, in charge of refresh-
ments to be sold on board; Mrs.
Meyer Forer, in charge of enter-
tainment, has arranged for com-
munity singing, under the direc-
tion of Milton Friedman, accor-
dion playing and games. Mrs.
Forer told the board that she was
planning a host of surprise at-
tractions for the event.
Miami Hebrew School
Names Ticket Committee
Hastening its preparations for
observance of the High Holy
Days, the Miami Hebrew School
and Junior Congregation, at a
meeting held Wednesday, July 16,
at the Miami YMHA, appointed
Mac Apfelbaum as chairman of a
committee to take charge of ticket
sales for the services.
Other members of the com-
mittee are H. M. Drevich, Max
Jacobskind, Jack Stone, Dave
Kleber, Mrs. E. L. Becker, Mrs.
Morris Ossowitz and Mrs. Nathan
Coulton.
Reporting on the progress of
construction of the school's new
building at 1101 S. W. 12th ave.,
Jack Stone, chairman of the con-
struction committee, said that the
edifice would be completed in
good time to house the holiday
services.
Rabbi Simon April, it was dis-
closed, is now in New York,
charged with the purchase of
books, prayer shawls and other
incidentals necessary for complete
services.
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Dorothy L. Golden, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Golden, 328
N. E. 14th ter., Miami Senior High
school graduate, has been chosen
one of 15 national winners of the
Elks' National Foundation schol-
arship contest, according to A. T.
Walter, scholarship chairman of
the Miami lodge, B.P.O.E. Miss
Golden will receive $200 to be
used towards financing her col-
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Winning students were named
recently at the Elks' national con-
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Oreg. The awards were made on
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ship, character and service.
Miss Golden, 18, has been editor
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"Times," member of the national
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president of the Temple Israel
youth group. She intends to en-
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Young Men and the Clara Hlrah
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Young Women on Sunday, July
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council and the group will meet
at the Beach YMHA at 10:30.
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direction of Bud Cutler, B'nai
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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947
U. S. Hate Sheet Emulates Streicher
In Baring 'Communiit-Zionist Plots
(Continued j
nist party lies in its almost 100
per cent Jewish leadership .
This situation is resented by non-
Jewish party members ." This
represents an entirely new slant,
in that, for the first time any-
where, the Communists are ac-
cused of being anti-Semitic .
by Gerald L. K. Smith!
The magazine, in mentioning
any of its enemies, makes a point
of emphasizing the Jewish origin
of some of them. Thus: "the CP
State Chairman, Ralph Shaw
(Elovich)," or even the origin of
public figures allegedly support-
ing Communist front groups:
"Edward G. Robinson (Golden-
berg), Danny Kaye (Kuminsky)."
Ingnd Bergman is also mentioned
in this list, and one wonders how
many of Smith's readers assume
"Bergman" to be a distinctly Jew-
ish name!
Once having "established" that
all or most Jews are Communists,
the magazine then attacks the
Jews per se:
"The one aim of the political
Zionist is the Jewish slate. To
that end they (sic) have dis-
torted facts and are now
using the suffering remnant of
their people as a tool for their
own political ends."
Or, quoting Congressman John
Rankin: "You say anything about
a Jew and he will whine to high
heaven."
Further, the magazine makes
this ridiculous allegation: "A
ten million dollar propaganda
fund is being assembled for the
purpose of admitting the Jews
of Europe to the United States of
America. If the deal can be put
over five million Jews will
enter the -United States within
the next ten years."
The fact that there are only
1.450,000 Jews alive in Europe;
that the immigration bills in
Congress call for the admission
of. at least, 400,000 DP's, of whom
only 20 per cent are Jews; all this
means nothing to Smith or his
followers.
"In fact," Smith writes, "we
have anywhere from 2 to 5 mil-
lion refugees and aliens in the
U. S. that should be sent back
to Russia ... to provide housing
for the boys who fought on the
battlefields in defense of the
Stars and Stripes."
In other words, refugees are
(a) all Russians, therefore Com-
munists, therefore Jews, and (b)
it's the refugees who are causing
the housing problem here.
Again, according to Smith, "the
FEPC (Fair Employment Prar-
tices Committee) is a trick be-
ing promoted by Negro and
Jewish political bosses."
The gist of the nationalist
thinking, then, is that OPA,
FEPC, immigration, tolerance,
any piece of progressive and
socially-beneficient legislation, is,
pso facto, a Red-Jewish-Interna-
tional bankers' plot.
Chief individual target of
Smith's fascist attacks is J. I.
Fishbein, editor of the Chicago
Jewish weekly, "Sentinel," who
wrote editorially that "we pro-
rom Page 9)
pose to drive these people
(Smith's followers) into the sew-
ers of Chicago and see to it that
they are not permitted to assem-
ble where decent people meeet."
To this fighting challenge, Smith
answers with a note of warning.
He quotes a statement by Ira A.
Hirschmann, special UNRRA in-
spector general, who, upon com-
pletion of a European tour,
warned that the denazification
program in Austria was lagging,
and unless it were revitalized.
Jews in that country would face
new pogroms upon the withdraw-
al of American occupation troops.
From this, Smith concludes that:
". Jewish leaders like J. I.
Fishbein will not increase the
popularity of the Jewish com-
munity in the United States.
If there are any Jewish leaders
in America who have any con-
trol over these wild people,
now is the time for them to
act before they stimulate EX-
TREME REACTIONS BE-
YOND THE CONTROL OF
ANY SELF-RESPECTING
CITIZENS." (capitals mine:
T.S.)
In other words, unless Jews
who fight militantly against the
American fascists are curbed, un-
less the Jewish community lies
down and allows itself to be
driven into a new American
ghetto, segregation, or worse,
Smith warns that his "self-re-
specting" followers are ready for
pogroms.
From this, American Jews can
take their cue. The lesson of
German Jewry, who accepted
their fate meekly and declined
to join the struggle against Hit-
lerism in the early days; indeed,
the lessons of many dark chap-
ters of Jewish history, which
point to submission and meek-
ness as disastrous policies should
all serve to direct the thinking
and the action of American
Jewry.
The struggle against the native
Nazis must be a militant one.
They must indeed be driven into
the sewers whence they origi-
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one. We know what he wants
us to do. In doing the opposite
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PAGE TWO •>Jmiantrti&r_ FRIDAY, JULY 25, Sholem Lodge Plea Asks For Support Of 'Adoption' Program E i TT7 T'H.1? Da, Mat. |V|sOl..lM.V S|M'lkj„ "1 1 U 1 F 1 I C OB Sl^ Monda> ,, fa _, e ~ber of the board of directors of the M^ : .-'.-;A ,e:ec her resignation preparatory •.; leaving I; %  : : ~dMn Oscan Argintar and her daughter. Ester, ban return %  — s-: — t wo-week tnp :o New York, where the-. -rendedy wo of Mrs. Argmtais nephews. One of the i3 ..: -..-. Mand Mrs. Eh Argintar. of Aeherule N. c ^ .-evmoon in Miami Beach. .-— es ---~:: =s AG* r S 5 ... -. j/j C %  5 i • '^ ~ r "-'-' %  %  %  -7 %  eyrr.oon in Miami tseacn. • • v::cbson has returned from a two-week vfcft* en :-.:-—. *aqa and radio actor, in Ret* York. • • •• H Ssy, director of girls' work foe Dis^ %  ;5 B'naiB ritb b brother, famed Mage :.-.d so* ,:.• in Hollywood. Calii M mon| spend some time sec.-:-.:. x suil( md musical material for use in her work ben. I;r.d Mn r.zzz'.z Rand, of Rivo AJto island or* ente sg as a bouse jus* VBm Elizabeth Tuchcjc ;: L-gfewo • • z Zccl ":--?•" %  = %  -••'-" "•' %  •'-"~ee Gaa :: : : : fl !•!.:-! Beach, is spending be summeri :: Starlight 7z. Miss Gainsboro v.... .=-•—. h Loral Fr-drraiion Of Mr*. P akiMtf— %  o n undine's V T; Dper is Scvesber Sbeik ?z~ 7rrr.es; daughter d Mr. ar lax ?3na "12" \ 54th si -s relebratiag her first both dry ".ccay. • • H :: Mew York, returned to he: beaM# hej :hiidren Bohertc and Susan, after spe.-.daigi :-...•; Mr. rr.d ?irs. S. J. Re 645SJ 7:.--. :' : Sidney G Crssell. 995 S. W I : : -;:;-.:..-. Crr.rd: stopping rlc-r •; :y for r| •c era] other 3::=! Sonea :c£.:r^:= who : \r.e summer ia lag N:ri • • ::: Sr.e: rres.drr.: ::' ie Greater !•'.:: sF< SEAC5 3 SA! 3 RITH 3DLDS 2KSZE SUNDAY returned re:e.v7.y rr:—. c shzr. tr.z Ky. .--. '.-.I'. S-er.drr. ore. has :e_-r.edwi M ..-. He-derscav^e N 77. .er "wn las: Sunday ::: r -.veewei e borne :: bet parents Mr. and Mrs. Bm riedMsi E .. r-e :.r.ery -e: husband. Cha rsH.]ao so: -e ser:r:ary r: Shclem lodge B'aatB'ctb <% % %  Seitlin zz.z'z:ez of Mrs p*OB S^ T;;;^_: Grors .e;v j we*;: ::: i trip to r.r-is m Mban Gr besore ::..-.g ;: Mia Sfivia Grrwrnar a New Ya Are: i s:;y -rpe: New York state ."-'-ss Seiri • • Ml :.-:•::; Max S.r.ge: '."A S W. IBA st are sper.:.:.:j risihog Mi 5-r.ge: s pi alt, • • "• 2611 5 W ?_ru: ove :e-_rr.e_ :=s: _-. New Task Aielman are rurrentlv '-'r-*York on I Prm^ed coHon sun d r •? s s 5 • %  "fisuiURsssq i i %  ^H Met. h 3-pc e*i 5 14 : -A3E X 1 -IVY" t. r^r_Eaow %  : f~5 >erre—. :; rahc. Irrin: Lc.-.ra.3n off Gommunirr Genrer ^ vs HendersonviGs N. C ;^-i.i;.:: :..:;• nc -fWl\7 • %  i • %  :•._ -I N:>rr : X ?.v :-^-: T mmuA H;_: Frrrif s nti a y 1 ~—^l r: S:r-$ ft LaaH iBoorrJfakrji WuliomD Teck. ot rta. ~ : sc" ?-erheM.ohael rorr. "-. Peyi .' : .r Bl 1 MIAMI BEACH LODGE OF BT^AI B RITH Will Hold A MIDSUMMER DANCE *untlay tremimg. -! %  / 27th 8:30 P. M. TILL ? at '.:• MERMAID ROOM at tb# Robert Richter Hotel 33rd Street and Collins Arenue MIAMI BEACH



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iami Federation To Conduct Jewish Census fewiisltUElliDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 20—NUMBER 30 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS eneral Strike Sweeps Palestine Protest Against 'Exodus' Attack • ly Land Underground mews Attack On British tUSALEM (JTA)—A duskkwn curfew was imposed on lewish quarters of Jerusalem*! I week following a series of on police stations and ^red cars in the city during at least 10 soldiers and emen were woundedThe rnment announced that the ^ry-wide casualty toll during weekend were three killed, ling one Jew, and 23 inof whom five were Jews. ree attacks were made on [aifa radar station this week Haganah joined the battle first open action since last The Haganah operations Ct the rising wave of indigamong Palestine Jewry at tilling of three persons I the blockade runner Exoknd the deportation of 4,500 pigers to France. attacks in the pre-dawn culminated in the destruc|of the wireless installations station which is at Ahuza, of the city. The first two about an hour apart, were Hsionary actions directed at a by signal detachment camp sixth airborne division by 15 members of the resistmovement using machine small arms and hand gre. One Jew, Moshe Airkin. [in a government hospital in from wounds received in Operation. rior to departure for the ion. Dr. Jorge Garcia of }temala and Prof. Enrique riguex Fabregal of Uruguay, •ri of the United Nations littee, had a personal inlew this week with MenaBegin and other leaders rgun Zvai Leumi. ey discussed the aims and of the Irgun with regard UNSCOP inquiry and Be^romised that his organizazould refrain from breaking ace if Britain also refrained, delegates spoke in English, ^rere given refreshments durthe interview, which was ^ed in great secrecy and folby 48 hours a talk by Judge Sandstroem, UNSCOP chairand two of his aides with rs of the Haganah. Shortly the dinner hour, Dr. Idos and Prof. Faregat left la House in a United Na|car. They drove to an apspot where they parked [auto and entered a private vhich awaited them, took [to a third place, where ancar carried them a great ce. Then they transferred ourth machine, after a short I with escorts, and drove to |ding where they were reby Begin and his staff, fcdication was given of the %  where the interview took While the entire episode urrounded with mysteryagency offices in Tel Aviv received anonymous telephone calls notifying them thai the two British soldiers kidnapped last week were now in Tel Aviv. The callers, who identified themselves as Irgun spokesmen, said that they had called to in(Continued on Page 4) OF AJG SESSION IS ASKED BY LIPSKY NEW YORK (JTA)—The Interim committee of the American Jewish Conference announced that it has recommended postponement to November of the fourth session of the.conference, which was slated to be held on Labor Day weekend to discuss conversion of the organization into a permanent body. The announcement said that several organizations affiliated with the conference had requested the postponement in order to avoid a conflict with "an important emergency Jewish international gathering requiring the presence of a substantial number of delegates and officers." The meeting referred to is apparently the conference of the World Zionist Actions committee, which is slated to meet in Switzerland at the end of August. Delegates to the conference are being asked to indicate whether they favor a postponment in a letter signed by Louis Lipsky, executive committee chairman, who expressed regret for the inconvenience that would be caused by the postponement. Marshall Affirms Urgent Need Of Sir;ilton Measure WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secretary of State George C. Marshall and former Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson strongly urged passage of the Stratton bill to admit 400,000 displaced persons to the United States over a period of four years The cabinet members testified before the full judiciary committee, which augmented the sub-committee on immigration, which has been conducting hearings on the measure. Secretary Marshall, emphasizing the importance of a definite stand by Congress, as quickly as possible, urged admission of a substantial number of DP's as imigrants, to demonstrate that "we practice what we preach." In answer to questioning by Rep. Emanuel Celler, Democrat, of New York, he said that the situation is "critical" and that continuation of the DP camps is "bad and grows continually worse." UNSCOP Completes Jerusalem Inquiry To Probe Lebanon JERUSALEM (JTA)—The United Nations Special Committee on Palestine this weekend completed its work in Palestine by hearing John S. Grauel, American Protestant minister from Worcester, Mass., who arrived on the refugee ship Exodus with 4,500 visaless Jews, and then headed for Beirut in a 22-car motorcade where it will take testimony from the representatives of the neighboring Arab states. Earlier, completing Jewish testimony before the committee, Moshe Shertok, head of the po(Continued on page 4) JERUSALEM (JTA)—Jews throughout Palestine this weekend halted work and closed their shops in a general strike protesting the killing of three persons aboard the blockade runner "Exodus 1947" Friday. The strike, from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, took place amid rumors that the 4,500 visaless Jews, who were deported aboard, three British vessels, were being sent back to their port of embarkation in France, and against a backdrop ^of bomb, mortar and gunfire atJewish Families To Be Canvassed In Triple Survey A new census or the Greater Miami Jewish community, the first to be made here in three years, will get underway soon, if a recommendation submitted this week to the executive board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is approved. The proposal is one of three decided upon at a meeting last Thursday night of the Federation's Community Planning committee, of which Stanley C. Myers is chairman. The other two projects proposed by the committee are a survey of leisure-time organizations in the area, and an investigation of Jewish hospital and institutional facilities. The census, designed to bring up-to-date the Jewish population figures obtained by the last canvass, held in September-October, 1944, was suggested by the committee, which is charged with the responsibility of analyzing and surveying community problems, as the best means of obtaining data on the various needs of the Jewish community here. It is expected that facts and figures obtained by the census will prove invaluable in the other two projects. As an example, a member of the committee pointed out, the entire Northwest section of Miami, which contains a large number of Jewish families, is without leisure-time facilities. Knowledge of the exact Jewish population of the area would enhance the work of the committee in determining the leisure-time needs of that section. Other phases of the survey -on (Continued on page 4) tacks in a number of widely scattered areas of the country. From Famagusta, Cyprus, where the immigrants should have arrived early Sunday, came reports that the authorities were unable to account for the fact that the deportation ferries had not yet docked. The rumors were given added impetus by a statement of a government spokesman who refused to answer directly whether the Jews were being deported to Cyprus or France. He declared that the "whole question is one for the London government: the decision on their destination is not in the Palestine government's hands and we can say nothing until London informs us." Last Friday when the transshipment of the Exodus' passengers began in Haifa, observers here pointed out that 15,000 to 16,000 DP's were already interned on the island and that the addition of another 4,50ft would bring the total to over 20,000, while the facilities of the camps were built for a maximum of 10,000 persons. NEWS BRIEFS FROM ABROAD CANBERRA (JTA) — Twelve thousand DP's, including 5,000 from the British zone, will be permitted to enter Australia, the government announced this week. Preference will be extended to heavy workers, notably those from the Baltic countries. Immigrants will be assigned to specific jobs and must remain for a minimum of two years, unless released before, after which satisfactory immigrants will be allowed to transfer to a job of their own choosing and become Australian citizens after five years. Aspects, the two delegates ^ %  "< no time blindfolded. newspaper and new* BUCHAREST (JTA)—A government commission which is completing an investigation of the reinstatement of Jewish workers to jobs from which they were ousted under racial legislation promulgated by pro-Nazi regimes, disclosed that reports from all parts of the country, including I the famine areas of Moldavia, sections of Transylvania, reveal that most of the Jews are rapidly returning to their former positions. Meanwhile, following repeated protests by Jewish organizations, the ministry of labor has ordered all its local branches to register on their rolls Jews whose documents were lost as a result of persecution. Jews who lost their papers when deported or imprisoned have experienced great difficulty in proving their status as workers in a particular field and forfeited social security rights because they were not registered by the labor offices. Jassy and Botosani. Since recently acquired food stocks are becoming dangerously low again and the diet of the people in the area is sure to degenerate, it is expected that many new cases will be reported. PARIS (JTA)—The French foreign office announced this week that the 4,500 visaless Jews who arrived in Palestine on the Exodus are being taken to the Riviera port of Ville Franche sur Mer. The announcement, which dispelled the fog of rumors which has surrounded the whereabouts of the refugees since they left Haifa Saturday morning ostensibly bound for Cyprus, said that they would be held in France until arrangements could be made to send them to Colombia for which they had visas. The British foreign office in London confirmed the announcement. BUCHAREST (JTA)—Jewish organizations are taking speedy action to cope with an outbreak of pellagra, a vitamin deficiency disease, which is cropping up in FRANKFURT (JTA)—The U. S. Army reported that residents of Jewish displaced persons camps were publishing four weekly newspapers and 13 magazines for general circulation. Most of the newspapers contain about six pages. The Joint Distribution committee offices here announced that 50 tubercular DP's have left for treatment in Swiss sanitaria. During the past four months, 250 sufferers from tuberculosis have been sent to Switzerland for treatment, it was added. The call for the general strike was rigidly adhered to in every city, town and settlement in the country. In Tel Aviv Mayor Israel Rokach, Chief Rabbi I. J. Unterman and Berl Locker, member of the Jewish Agency' addressed some 20,000 Jews who attended a monster mass meeting. While banners reading Piratical actions will not halt Jewish immigration" flew overhead, the speakers called on the extremists to cease their killings of "innocent Englishmen" and to avert civil war in the Jewish community. In both Jerusalem and Haifa, where Goldie Meirson addressed the rally, the strikes passed quietly. The three men killed during the British boarding operation were buried in Haifa. They were William Bernstein, an American Jew from San Francisco who served as first mate of the Exodus; Mordechai Bunstein, 23 a former inmate of a DP camp in Germany, and Hirsh Yacubovitch, (Continued on Page 4) •I i


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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 +Jewish OorlJfoh Community Concert Soloists Disclosed For Autumn Series Albert S p a 1 d i n g, renowned violinist, and Ruth Draper, celebrated monologuist, are to be among the featured performers in the 1947-48 Community Concert Series sponsored by the Miami Beach YMHA, according to an announcement this week which disclosed the full program of this second annual group of musical events. The series, consisting of five concerts, will be held in the auditorium of the Miami Beach High school, and will feature, in addition to Spalding, Miss Draper and others, the southern debut of young Menahem Prcssler, 19year-old Palestinian concert pianist. Young Pressler, born in Magdeburg, Germany, fled with his parents to Palestine at the age of 10, and received all of his musical training in the Holy Land. He arrived in this country in September, 1946, to participate in the Debussy contest in San Fran,cisco, where he won top honors over 65 other contestants. Pressler is scheduled for performances with ,t,hc N. Y. Philharmonic and other leading orchestras before ,his appearance here. The dates and soloists of the concert series are as follows: Burtlett and Robertson, pianists, Tuesday, Dec. 16. Albert Spalding, violinist, Suni'Jay, Jan. 16. Ruth Draper, monologuist, Wednesday, Feb. 4. Menahem Pressler, pianist, Wednesday. March 17. Igor Gorin, baritone, Tuesday, April 6. Tickets for the series, at $9 00 plus tax, are on sale at the Miami Beach "Y." Author Appointed Leo W. Schwarz. who recently returned from Europe, has been appointed director of the American Friends of the Hebrew university, il was announced by Dr. Israel S. Wechsler, president of the organization, at the group's headquarters, 10 E. 40th St., New York. Schwarz succeeds Samuel B. Finkel of Boston. 7 Miamians to Graduate From U. of Fla. Tonight Informal commencement exercises to be held at the University of Florida tonight, with Dean Walter J. Matherly, of the college of business administration, as guest speaker, will see the conferring of degrees upon seven Miamians among the 107 graduates. President Jolin 1. Tigert will award the sheepskins. Listed among the graduates urc Herbert C. Lazarus, Jack Suberman, Charles W. Brand, Jacques Clarke, Theodore R. Nelson, Frank E. Gilbert and Kenneth F. Kniskern. Everything for the Motorist Liberal Trade-in Allowance F^r Your Presont Tir*s on the purchase of New SEIBERUNG TIRES Come in today and see the new 1947 Seiberling (Special Service) Tires. You'll be !" r P wed f a 'ur liberal trade-in value of your present tires. Don't wait Dnve lo a Dixie Station today! 24133 *A> ****! 1S.W. 1st STREET 5327 N.MIAMI AVE. 3539 N.W. 17th AVE. 1840 ftuuw nu.r> Electrical Appliances for th e Home 945 FtfTH ST. M. B. 1840 ALTON RD.M.B. White Blood Donors Ignore Segregation To Aid Negro Girl Defying strong prejudices and official practice, more than 20 white persons last week contacted the Jackson Memorial hospital blood bank, with offers to donate blood to a Negro woman awaiting surgery and in urgent need of a transfusion, according to Dr. John Elliott, director of the blood bank. The offers were made in response to a newspaper item recounting tne plight of-Annie May Branch, wno needed a transfusion of seven pints of rare Group B, RH negative type blood before going under the surgeon's knife. This type is rare among white persons and extremely so among Negroes, and only seven of the 20 volunteers were found to be of the proper category. Significance was seen in the fact that hospital policy, in response to prevalent prejudice, is to segregate blood from Negro and white donors in the Wood bank. "Our policy," Dr. Elliott said.; "is to furnish blood from donors of a patient's own race, except in cases of emergency, when we PRICKLY HEAT CURE TO BE GIVEN FREE Three hundred test samples of a new formula designed to relieve prickly heat will be distributed free to ex-GTs who apply this weekend, according to Merrill Locke, of the Locke Laboratories, 511 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, who discovered the reported cure. Locke, credited with being the first man to discover a neutralization for the Portuguese man o' war, a floating marine animal whose tentacles carry a stinging acid, has devoted the full facilities of his laboratory to research on relief for skin ailments of various types. He will be assisted by Irv Perman, his special representative, in the distribution of the test samples, which is designed to popularize the new cure for prickly heat, common summerweather complaint in the Miami area. generally request the patient's permission to do otherwise." The blood bank director stressed the fact that the policy was forced upon the hospital by ignorance and unfounded prejudice, since "there is no basis in fact for the belief that Negro blood and white blood is different." "This is a matter of public rather than professional medical policy," he said. 23 Miamians Pass Florida State Dental Exams Twenty-three Greater Miamians have passed the Florida state dental examinations conducted June 30 to July 5 at Jacksonville, it was learned here this week. The group of 18 dentists and five dental hygienists who were awarded certificates to practice in the state are: Dentists: Winton Churchill, George Einhorn, Howard A. Hadley, Marvin S. Hall, jr.; Howard F. Hewett, Arthur W. Hickland. Nick R. Nichols, N. J. Rubin and David J. Seitlin, all of Miami; Michael M. Fischer, Jerry Goldhagen, Bennett A. Lee, Celia C. Mangels, Lester Saroff, Richard L. Schwartz and Milton L. Weinkle, all of Miami Beach; and Clyde C. Christionsen and V. C. 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FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1947 JewIstt nor Mian PAGE ELEVEN .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. Muctfy eonfidenUol (Copyright, 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON Flash! It is said thai the real reason for Sumner Welles' lastminute cancellation oi his speech before the 50th annual Zionist convention in New York was this: He 1B slated to succeed General Marshall as Secretary of State in the near future, and was advised not to compromise himself by participation in a purely Zionist affair You see, he may have to deal officially with the United Nations commission's report on Palestine. \lJndenerving • • • Of interest to our Jewish leaders who have expressed such enthusiasm over the Truman doctrine of aid to Greece and Turkey: "Estia" is Greece's big industrialist daily newspaper ... It is on the list for a subsidy—or so it hopes—from the $250,000,000 fund which the U. S. has voted to Greece ... A few weeks ago "Estia" referred to the liquidation of UNRRA with great joy, commenting as follows: "It is a good thing that the Jewish-Communist organization UNRRA is concluding its activities in Greece" ... If UNRRA is called Communist and Jewish by the elements now in power in Greece, you can easily I guess whom they purge as Communist agitators these days. IHtigraeing Motherhood According to well-informed sources, anti-Semitic Fascism is being spread throughout America more effectively by women's organizations than by men's groups Those in the know I realize that the KKK and the Columbians are on the decline They are too obviously unrespectable in many sections of our country The real danger lies -in the rapidly increasing I "mother" organizations The most important of these is the I National Blue Star Mothers, headed by Agnes Waters, a rabidly I anti-Semitic Washington society matron She is the lady I who, you may remember, once ran for President on the platIform that "all dirty Jews and President Roosevelt would be I hanged" Another efficient "Mother" leader is Mrs. Lyril van JHyning, head of "We The Mothers, Inc.," whose slogan reads: I "America for Gentiles Only" ... But perhaps the most sinister lone is Mrs. Frieda Stanley of Cleveland, president of "United iMothers of America," who publicly praised as tools of democracy the Nazi concentration camps which exterminated millions jof innocent people Isn't it rather strange that the Conjgressional un-American Activities committee has never investigated any of these numerous Fascist and anti-Semitic "Mother" I organizations—organizations that openly decry democracy and I call for the annihilation of American citizens belonging to racial [and religious minorities? \Tru<* Christian • • On our vacation in Canada we discovered one of the most I interesting personalities we have met in our life He is IRussell Boyd, an ex-divinity student and a good Protestant, who jowns the Carlsbad Springs hotel-sanatorium in Carlsbad %  Springs, Ont. Mr. Boyd believes in interreligious good will 1. His guests are 90 per cent Jewish and 10 per cent Christian |. "I run a hotel-sanatorium for Jews and Christians who want Ito learn how to live together in a neighborly way," he says IMr. Boyd is an authority on ancient Palestine and an ardent %  Zionist. Miscellany ... Larry Friedman, who retained the junior chess championship Bn the recent national tournament, is only 16, but he's considered Lasker in the making Trevor Howard, the new English iovie star, is a son of the late Leslie Howard, ne Steiner, we Beam ... Dr. Joshua Bloch is reported to be working on his 'memoirs, which will make many Jewish leaders lose sleep, secause the doctor doesn't pull his punches ... A general publication which enjoys perhaps the largest circulation among Dews in Canada is Contact," edited by the Rev. Walter Thornton in Vancouver ... The immortality of Jewish leaders often Bs dependent on organizational politics The most unjustly lorgotten Zionist leader is the late Dr. Nahum Sokolow, whose %  name is never mentioned alongside those of Herzl, Nordau and even Wolfssqhn Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, who refused to be drafted for a third term as president of the ZOA, will devote himself to his temple in Cleveland for a year, and then will nsrt Palestine for an extended stay. BETH DAVID SISTERS TO HOLD BOAT RIDE A luncheon board meeting of the Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation last Wednesday disclosed plans of the organization for a boat ride and entertainment to be held Sunday night, Aug. 3. The yacht "Seven Seas" has been chartered exclusively by the Sisterhood and will leave Pier 8, Miami, at 8:15 p.m., according to Mrs. Sam August, general chairman of the affair. 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FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1947 • Jewish fhrkJitr) PAGE NINE S. Racist Propaganda Emulates Streicher L. K. Smith's Hate Sheet "Bares" Red-Zionist "Plots" By TED STOIL Jewish Floridian Staff Writer When the twisted, obscene body of Julius Streicher was laid n a slab in a Nuremberg prison the night of Oct. 15, 1946, his loody mantle became the object of a grim contest. Leading nti-Semites and hate-mongers throughout the world entered into race to inherit the filthy notoriety of Hitler's leading Jewaiter. Today, the owner of that doubtful distinction is still undetermined." But the struggle for |ts possession is producing amazng results, particularly in the Jnited States. As a case in loint. the example of "The Cross ind the Flag," monthly magazine published by would-be "Little litler" Gerald L. K. Smith, is typical. A copy of this newsletter, combed mainly of comments by Smith and his editor, Don Lohbeck, was made available to The Jewish Floridian by the correspondent who furnished the basis M last week's report on Smith's recent St. Louis meeting. A study of "The Cross and the Flag" is rewarding, for it shows Ihat while Smith and his cohorts have "toned down" their appioach in public, their printed Diopaganda still carries the full Slandering, lying bigotry of the bow defunct Berlin "Voelkischer Beobachter." What it the "party line" of I the American fascists? How do they approach their readers and I what do they tell them? The individual items of comnent in the magazine are cleverly designed to furnish a sort of pseudo-logical development of fascist racist theory. The argument consists of (a) establishing ne existence of numerous Comlunist "plots," the readers of the magazine having long been inloctrinated into the evils of Commnism, (b) establishing the exEtence of a "link" between the Communists, Zionists, and the kmnipresent "international bankers" (read "Jews" in nationalist lircles). If Communists are bad, id Jews are Communists, then rou can, therefore, only fight Communism by wiping out the lews. So much for "logic." Under item (a) we find the allowing "evidences" of Red klots, in which Smith and his Dllowers have been widely emuated recently by the general ^ress, which has discovered that ny headline containing the void "Red" or "Russian" will sell tore papers than any other headline. In "The Cross and the Flag" |ne reader is treated to "secrets" lever before revealed anywhere. Tor example, there is an article page 910 by Congressman Karl Mundt, of South Dakota, emitted "Russian Plot to Bomb ISA." This, in turn, is based on article in the Washington rimes Herald" by one Walter trohan, "disclosing" that Amtorg, tussian trading agency in the THE Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-974S Chef Special IDUTCH STEAK .SANDWICH 65c DAILY BLUE -OK*. PLATE from wM5 | Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 to 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks Owned ond Operated by HARRY G. WEGERIF [Che/ of 30 Years Experience U.S., has published a book called "American Construction." Printed in Russian, for use by Soviet construction engineers in designing industrial establishments in their country, the book contains descriptions and illustrations of typical American factory layouts, dam constructions, bridges, etc. The volume, a copy of which was in the possession of the House un-American Activities committee, of which Mundt is a member, is referred to in Trohan's story as a "saboteurs' handbook" and "target manual." It contains, for example, a description of power units of the Tennessee Valley Authority, and, Mundt says darkly, ". we do not have to remind anyone that the TVA is in the vicinity of Oak Ridge, Tenn." Mundt also asserts that the House committee had been asked to turn over the book to Naval Intelligence for study. Elsewhere in the magazine, the charge is made that the book is being used as a Red Army textbook, although Mundt does not mention this "fact" anywhere in his story. The flaws in this piece of warmongering propaganda are manifold. The publication of such studies of American construction techniques has been widespread for many years, and they have been published by many countries in many languages, for the use of foreign engineers. That the information contained therein could conceivably be valuable intelligence in wartime is undeniable. But to assume that this is the intent, or that the book is ipso facto a military text, is ridiculous and dangerous nonsense. Walter Trohan, whose newspaper story forms the basis for Mundt's article, is a pet of Smith's, judging from numerous references to his stories, throughout "The Cross and the Flag," which may be due to the fact that Trohan is a staff writer on the Chicago "Tribune." It is interesting to note, in passing, that this same Walter Trohan was the ghost writer of Jim Farley's recent magasine series of ghoulish slanders against the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The assertion that Navy Intelligence pressed the un-American Activities committee for its NOW delivering America's most sensational premium gift. Believe it or not, A RADIO IN A BOTTLE, ,110 volt, AC or DC 4 tubes. Try %  sample today. $32.95. Agents wanted throughout the state. Write, wire or phone Harry S. Schwartz Distributing Co.. 1800 S. W. 17th St., Miami. Ph. 24429. Shipman Stamp machines also available. copy of "American Construction" is patently ridiculous. It would be a sad commentary indeed on the efficiency of our intelligence services, if a book obtainable by the fumbling Capitol Hill witchhunters were inaccessible to official intelligence circles. As for the grim "reminder" that TVA is near Oak Ridge, it need only be recalled that TVA was the world's leading example of what could be accomplished in rural electrification when Oak Ridge was only an unplowed field and atomic energy only a gleam in Albert Einstein's eye. What other "plots" does Smith reveal? There is the alleged scheme of Moscow to form a "Negro Soviet Republic" in the southeastern United States, complete with map showing the limits of the "republic." The legend accompanying the map says that it was "taken from secret Communist party files," and in the very next sentence asserts that "this map was republished and exhibited by Communist leaders as late as January, 1947." Obviously, a map cannot be secret, exhibited, and republished all at the same lime. As a matter of fact, the map is a duplicate of one to be found in any good sociology textbook, delineating the limits of America's so-called "Black Belt"! Other amazing canards are leveled at the Communists. An article by Norman Jaques. Canadian M.P., whose anti-Semitic speeches in this country recently brought protests to the State Department by the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation league, brings the amazing charge that "Communists were in charge of Buchenwald (notorious Nazi concentration camp) from 1941 on," and that they, the Communists, "committed all sorts of atrocities against the inmates of Buchenwald." This amazing "disclosure" mentions not one word about the true masters of Buchenwald, the German Nazis, aside fcom completely disregarding the fact that Communists, as well as Jews, tradeunionists. Catholics and others, were cremated, tortured and starved to death in Buchenwald and other horror camps. Other "Red plots," all of which are based on the same type of FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS Florida National Kosher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 230 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the Supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Rabbi Murray Qrauer MEATS AND POULTRY Wholesale and Retail GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI [MILK CREAM %  ICECREAMl MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 twisted facts, or no facts at all, are: a plan to "mongrelize" the United States by forcing marriages between Negroes and whites; a dark plot in Minneapolis to bar Gerald L. K. Smith, evidenced by his inability to hire a hall there, and because the Minneapolis city council passed a local Fair Employment Practices Act, which, Smith writes, "makes it a criminal offense to discriminate against any individual because of his race or color. It is the cheapest and most vicious type of demagoguery." (italics mine: T.S.) And an assertion that of 16,000,000 Germans in the Soviet-occupied zone, six million "cannot be located. Of this six million, it is believed that two million have died from hunger and that the remaining four million are (Russian) slaves! the late FDR consented to reducing these helpless people to this terrible fate." The same story says, "No one knows where they (the six million) are, except the Russian government." How Smith weeps for the "helpless" Germans, sold down the river by FDR, and dying like flies, although, of course, no one but the Russians knows where they are! The next step in Smith's "logic" is the tie-in between the Reds and the "international" Jews. This is established by items such as the following, again by Jaques: "It is a matter of everyday experience thai the Communists and the political Zionists everywhere are working, plotting and planning to control the world. The link between them is international finance According to an international Jewish banker in New York: 'Marxism is simply one of the weapons of Jewish nationalism'." This monstrous canard is mild compared to the other antiSemitic nonsense in the magazine's pages: "In the City of New York is a clique of ruthless, apostate, left wing, bureaucratic, New Deal, pro-Communist Jews Walter Winchell, Drew Pearson They are New Dealers, Roosevelt-ites, mongrelizers, race mixers ." The opposition to Herman Talmadge, who tried to take over the governorship of Georgia by a coup d'etat, stems, according to Smith, "from New York City (and) the same cabal of apostate Jews and Communists." The magazine goes on to praise ". this young man (Talmadge)' who is carrying on the rich traditions of his father (!)" The rich American traditions of the late Eugene Talmadge, of course, are lynchings, terror, and race hatred, all of which G.L.K. Smith heartily endorses. 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%  PAGE TWELVE +Je#lstncrldiar> FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 U. S. Hate Sheet Emulates Streicher In Baring 'Communiit-Zionist Plots (Continued j nist party lies in its almost 100 per cent Jewish leadership This situation is resented by nonJewish party members ." This represents an entirely new slant, in that, for the first time anywhere, the Communists are accused of being anti-Semitic by Gerald L. K. Smith! The magazine, in mentioning any of its enemies, makes a point of emphasizing the Jewish origin of some of them. Thus: "the CP State Chairman, Ralph Shaw (Elovich)," or even the origin of public figures allegedly supporting Communist front groups: "Edward G. Robinson (Goldenberg), Danny Kaye (Kuminsky)." Ingnd Bergman is also mentioned in this list, and one wonders how many of Smith's readers assume "Bergman" to be a distinctly Jewish name! Once having "established" that all or most Jews are Communists, the magazine then attacks the Jews per se: "The one aim of the political Zionist is the Jewish slate. To that end they (sic) have distorted facts and are now using the suffering remnant of their people as a tool for their own political ends." Or, quoting Congressman John Rankin: "You say anything about a Jew and he will whine to high heaven." Further, the magazine makes this ridiculous allegation: "A ten million dollar propaganda fund is being assembled for the purpose of admitting the Jews of Europe to the United States of America. If the deal can be put over five million Jews will enter the -United States within the next ten years." The fact that there are only 1.450,000 Jews alive in Europe; that the immigration bills in Congress call for the admission of. at least, 400,000 DP's, of whom only 20 per cent are Jews; all this means nothing to Smith or his followers. "In fact," Smith writes, "we have anywhere from 2 to 5 million refugees and aliens in the U. S. that should be sent back to Russia ... to provide housing for the boys who fought on the battlefields in defense of the Stars and Stripes." In other words, refugees are (a) all Russians, therefore Communists, therefore Jews, and (b) it's the refugees who are causing the housing problem here. Again, according to Smith, "the FEPC (Fair Employment Prartices Committee) is a trick being promoted by Negro and Jewish political bosses." The gist of the nationalist thinking, then, is that OPA, FEPC, immigration, tolerance, any piece of progressive and socially-beneficient legislation, is, •pso facto, a Red-Jewish-International bankers' plot. Chief individual target of Smith's fascist attacks is J. I. Fishbein, editor of the Chicago Jewish weekly, "Sentinel," who wrote editorially that "we prorom Page 9) pose to drive these people (Smith's followers) into the sewers of Chicago and see to it that they are not permitted to assemble where decent people meeet." To this fighting challenge, Smith answers with a note of warning. He quotes a statement by Ira A. Hirschmann, special UNRRA inspector general, who, upon completion of a European tour, warned that the denazification program in Austria was lagging, and unless it were revitalized. Jews in that country would face new pogroms upon the withdrawal of American occupation troops. From this, Smith concludes that: ". Jewish leaders like J. I. Fishbein will not increase the popularity of the Jewish community in the United States. If there are any Jewish leaders in America who have any control over these wild people, now is the time for them to act before they stimulate EXTREME REACTIONS BEYOND THE CONTROL OF ANY SELF-RESPECTING CITIZENS." (capitals mine: T.S.) In other words, unless Jews who fight militantly against the American fascists are curbed, unless the Jewish community lies down and allows itself to be driven into a new American ghetto, segregation, or worse, Smith warns that his "self-respecting" followers are ready for pogroms. From this, American Jews can take their cue. The lesson of German Jewry, who accepted their fate meekly and declined to join the struggle against Hitlerism in the early days; indeed, the lessons of many dark chapters of Jewish history, which point to submission and meekness as disastrous policies should all serve to direct the thinking and the action of American Jewry. The struggle against the native Nazis must be a militant one. They must indeed be driven into the sewers whence they originated. Smith's lesson is a good one. We know what he wants us to do. In doing the opposite American Jewry will assure America of progress, of tolerance, and of freedom from fascism and fear forever. 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)AY, JULY 25, 1947 *'JenistiFhrMian PAGE THREE Personally Speaking (Continued from Page 2) cer is the former Berncrrdine Roth, of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Tucker's parents, and her aunt, Mrs. Sam Sable, [well as Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka (Millicent Roth) are Jnding the briss in Huntsville today. Mr. Roth will go on a less trip from there to California, Cleveland and Buffalo. • • Ir. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz are leaving for the North to visit daughter. Ir. Victor Eskenazi and his son Jack are vacationing in York. Ir. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz are en route to New York and spend several weeks at the Grand hotel, Highmount, N. Y. • • J)r. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal returned Monday from igeport, Conn., where they attended the funeral of his her, Mrs. Jennie Rosenthal, who died July 15. • • )r. and Mrs. H. Queen and Mf. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff are iding the summer at Roscoe, N. Y. Svelyn Brown returns today from a visit in New York. • • [Mr. Joseph Keller, of Fort Lauderdale, left this week for %  ridence, R. I., where he will remain until October. • • |Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin have returned from a two-week to New York. |Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cohen have returned from a recent vacain Nashville, Tenn. [Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and their son Harold have to spend some time at Hendersonville, N. C. Jewish Quiz Box JUESTION: What are "Untfirer?" LNSWER: In the traditional jldinK ceremony it is customary Appoint two couples to precede bride and the groom respccHy to the altar. These are I'd "Unterfirer" which is a Irish term meaning "those who (them) under (the canopy)." QUESTION: What is Ihe oriof this custom? |NSWER: The exact time and pe of its origin is not defily established. "Unterfirer" mentioned in the Talmud lmud Babli. Tractate Baba ira, 114b, 145a) under the le of "Shushvinon" which is Aramaic word for "friends." most Talmudic sources it seems that only one might have been appointed for each to serve in the capacity of the "best man" and the "maid of honor" which we have today. It was their duty to collect the presents, sometimes share the first meal with the couple, etc. In the Talmud it is related that these positions are reciprocal, i.e., the favor of being an unterfirer was to be returned at some later date, including the usual expense that goes along with assuming such a position. It seems, generally, that the custom of having such attendants is quite ancient in origin. The Midrash (Genesis, Parshah 8) claims that Adam, the first man, had two "Unterfirer," i.e., the angels Michael and Gabriel who walked on either side of him. ''mil. HI mi i MM MMHi Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS ILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM LFA WEST PALM BEACH WHY? QUESTIONS 1. What does Tishah B'Ab mean? 2. What sad event in the history of the Jewish people does Tishah B'Ab commemorate? 3. What is the Kotel Maarabi ("Western Wall")? 4. How do pious Jews observe Tishah B'Ab? 5. What strange coincidence makes Tishah B'Ab an unusually sad day in the history of our people? 6. When and by whom was the First Temple destroyed? 7. What famous ruler aided in the rebuilding of the Temple? 8. What people conquered Palestine and destroyed the Second Temple? 9. What other unfortunate episodes in Jewish history are said to have occurred on Tishah B'Ab? 10. Why is the 17th of Tammuz (Shib'ah Asar B'Tamus) observed as a fast day? 11. What are the "Three Weeks and Nine Days"? 12. Why do pious Jews observe the "Three Weeks" and more particularly the "Nine Days" as a period of solemnity? 13. By what special names are the Sabbath immediately preceding and following Tishah B'Ab called? 0 14. From what do the Sabbaths before and after Tishah B'Ab derive their special names? 15. By what outward signs can one tell in a synagogue that it is Tishah B'Ab? 16. What special features are included in the synagogue service on Tishah B'Ab? 17. What are the "Kinot?" 18. Who was the author of the concluding "Kinah," "Eli Zion?" 19. What specific purposes has the observance of Tishah B'Ab served in modern times? 20. In what practical manner has the occurrence of Tishah B'Ab been utilized in recent decades? MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Director* 113 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. .AINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. ANSWERS 1. The ninth day of the Hebrew month of Ab. 2. The destruction of the Holy Temple (Bet Hamikdash) in Jerusalem. 3. The western wall of the Bet Hamikdash, commonly known as the Wailing Wall, which has remained standing on the temple site to this day. 4. By fasting and mourning from sunset to sunset. 5. According to tradition both the First and Second Temples were destroyed on the same date (Tishah B'Ab). 6. The Babylonians under Nebuchadnezzar, over 2,500 years ago. 7. King Cyrus 8. The Romans under Titus, in 70 C.E. (1873 years ago). 9. The suppression of the revolt against Roman oppression, led by Bar Kokhba, and the expulsion of the Jews from Spain. 10. Because it marks the anniversary of the first breach made by the conquerors in the walls of Jerusalem. 11. The period between the 17th of Tammuz and the 9th of Ab, and first nine days in the month of Ab. 12. Because Jerusalem, which SOUTHERN DAIRIES MM CB Serving Palm Beach County, featuring b Nationally Famous Southern Dalriee Pre ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE m^0*f*^^^^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Rood. West Palm Beach jlo job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone lor Estimates 9-7555 was beseiged, fell into the hands of the enemy during that period. 13. "Shabbat Hazon" and "Shabbat Nah'mu." 14. From the first words in the portions of the prophet Isaiah, lead at the services on those Sabbaths. 15. The Holy Ark (Aron Hakodesh) is bare or draped in black, the usual curtain or "perohet" having been removed; some worshippers are seated on the floor on boxes, low stools or turned over chairs and benches; the talit (prayer shawl) and the tcfillin (phylacteries) are worn at the Minhah (afternoon services) instead of during the morning prayers. The gloomy atmosphere is further reflected in the low, weeping tones in which the prayers are recited. 16. The Book of Lamentations (Megillat Eikhah) is read, the "Kinot" are chanted, and the tragic incidents associated with the destruction of the Holy Temple are recounted. 17. A collection of about 40 plaintive hymns, dirges and laments. 18. The famous Hebrew poet, Yehudah Halevi. 19. It has reenforced in the hearts of Jews the hope for the ultimate restoration of Zion. 20. To stimulate interest in the rebuilding of Palestine as a National Jewish homeland, and more especially in the redemption of the soil of Erez Yisrael. Dubbin Is Named To Hialeah Post Appointment of Albert S. Dubbin, Miami attorney, as city attorney for Hialeah was announced here Thursday, July 17th. Dubbin, who lives at 2651 S. Miami ave., will receive $100 a month retainer fee and payment for any special work necessary. His appointment followed the resignation of William J. Pruitt. who formerly held the post, and whose term had been marked by considerable litigation, including suits aimed at Hialeah water expansion projects, attempted recalls and other attacks on the administration. A graduate of the University of Florida, Dubbin practiced law here for 12 years before entering the armed forces in 1942. He was discharged with the rank of major. Arturo di Filippi. tenor, well known as impresario of the Miami Opera Guild, will be the featured soloist in the fifth "pops" concert of the current series by the University of Miami concert orchestra, at Flamingo park. Miami Beach, Saturday, July 26, at 8 pjn. Gerard Haft, noted 'cellist, will conduct. P. P. P. P. P. P. NOT DOUBLE TALK; NEW FASCIST PARTY ST. PAUL, Minn. — Homer Loomis. jr., convicted leader of the defunct race-baiting Columbians, Inc., now free on bail pending appeal, is presently organizing a new hate group in the slum area of Atlanta, Ga.. according to Ben Epstein, director of the Anti-Defamation, league of B'nai B'riih, here. The new group, Epstein reported, has a strange title, the | "People's Profound Progressive Protest Political Party of AmerI lea." Loomis is once more ai| tempting to stir up racial and religious strife with mob psychology, meanwhile creating for himself the post of "feuhrer." Epstein said. mm h. ,|B HiJIliiiiiil miii||iiimi iin A llim Minimi 1 ( < illiilhn inn • mil EXPERT REPAIRING MANTEL —ELECTRIC—ALARM SUMMER PRICES PREVAILING PICK-UP and DELIVERY PH. 2-3039 J. H. STAFFORD 35 N. W. 1ST ST. HELP WANTED Middle-aged man of Jewish faith, able to read and write English, as attendant in funeral home. Must be unattached. Adequate salary and living quarters. Apply in person, 710 S. W. 12th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Tenant of Greater Miami: EVICTION MAY BE sIUST AIIOI \l> THE < oit MII JOIN THE MIAMI-MIAMI BEACH TENANT LEAGUE. INC. A Non-Profit Orpatiization DUES S3.00 PER YEAR MAIL OR BRING APPLICATION TO MAX GOODMAN, President 1305 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. "Without the strength that unit!/ gives, your position under the neio rent law is precarious." PLAZA S. End Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH TUES. and WED.. JULY 29-30 All the Barbaric Pomp and Pageantry of the Court of the King Who First United Russia 1 MUSIC! SONG! REVELRY! til THRILLS! if Ivan, The Terrible' With a Distinguished Cast of Russia's Cinema Artistes! Extra! "MOSCOW MUSIC II ALL" Russia Learns to Laugh Again! (Russian Dialogue, EngKsh Titles) And on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. AUG. 12-13 The Crimes, Trial and Punishment of Civilization's Arch Criminals "THE NUREMBERG TRIALS". The Official Soviet Film Version! 1 : %  i '; J ,' !• %  I



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PAGE TEN +Jeistnoridfor_ FRIDAY, JULY 25, 19471 i i I Musical Program Will Be A Feature Of Emanon Event A musical program, featuring performances by some of Miami's leading soloists and ensembles, will be the keynote of the "parents' night" sponsored by the Emanon club of the YMHA Sunday night, July 27, at the airconditioned Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st. The program, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.. will be conducted by Ed Moore, of radio station WIOD. as master of ceremonies. It will feature a group of renditions by a trio composed of Henrietta Hallam, pianist; Daniel Brecskin, violinist, and John Aswelt, 'cellist. Other performers will include Ruth Brotman, lyric coloratura soprano, who is noted in this area for active work in entertaining hospitalized GI's during the war. and who inaugurated the Oneg Shabbatim of the air. Individual members of the trio will perform solo numbers, and will be followed by tenor Joe Pardo. who will be accompanied by Miss Hallam at the piano. Miss Brotman will be seconded at the keyboard by "Tays," former nationally known concert pianist and world traveler, who is also scheduled to perform several monologues. The program, which is being arranged by Misses Shirley Goldstein and Jean Nevel, will culminate in a brief talk by Maurice Grossman, executive director of the YMHA. Refreshments, arranged for by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dwoskin, will be served. The Dade chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold a boat ride and games night Sunday, Aug. 3. at 8:30 p.m.. aboard the "Showboat." leaving Chamber of Commerce docks, Miami Beach. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. S. Bernstein, 5-1417, or Mrs. M. Pollack, 5-1321. AUTO PAINTING UPHOLSTERY—SEAT COVERS Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTIAC SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Work Expert Motor Repairing 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI 37, FLA. I WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 And B. SUN It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Producte" Dacro Prote* d TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUlt OUT Farm at End of Bird Rd. a Snapper Creek Sholem Lodge Arbitration Board Is Named To Weigh Private Disputes RABBI BRICKNER GETS MEDAL FOR MERIT Secretary ol War Robert P. Patterson (left) presented the Medal for Merit to Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner (right) of Cleveland, chairman of the administrative committee of the National Jewish Welfare board's (JWB) committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities (now known as the Division of Religious Activities) for his servicess to the United Nations during the war. The decoration is the highest civilian award conferred by the President of the U. S. on those who served with special distinction in the war effort. As a representative of the American Jewish community. Rabbi Brickner made an extensive tour of five war fronts. "He conveyed the assurance of the Jewish people in our country of their spiritual support to the chaplains, officers and servicemen," the War Department citation says. The presentation was made at the Pentagon building in the Secretary of War's office. Sam Silver, president of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, has announced the appotatmenl of an arbitration committee, designed to settle any business and domestic disputes arising between Jewish citizens m the Miami area. The committee will be composed "f prominent business and professional persons in the community who will voluntarily convene at the request of the parties concerned, and attempt to make amicable settlements of situations which might otherwise end in the courts, and result in unI ,\ ,rable publicity. % %  The committee can function successfully only if the disputants will agree to abide by its decision," Sam Goldman, committee chairman, said. "Our 14man committee can prevent the display of a great deal <>f Miami's dirty linen. It is our sincere deState Agriculture Chief To Seek '48 Re-election A vigorous denial of rumors that he intends to retire at the expiration of his present term was voiced this week by Nathan Mayo. Florida State Commissioner of Agriculture, in a statement released to the press. Mayo asserted that his health, said to be the basis of the rumors. was "never better in my life," and that he expected to be a candidate for re-election in 1948. •'regardless of who else runs" for the post. "I have an unfinished program in the devi ulture that cannot ; %  ompleted in the next irt months," M Statement n id. "1 have tried to (In a good job, v. %  bo n made possibli by all the fine peopie of our wondei Ic, and' I will continue to do SO." Electrolux Cleaners Place Your Order Now For Your ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATION Only Those Who Order Now Can Be Assured of Early Future Deliveries FACTORY BRANCH: 172 N. 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Individuals are Invited to appear before the lodge arbitra" tion committee with their pror j. elms by contacting Charles R Jacobson, executive secretary at 3-6306, or Sam Goldman* it 9-2669. TO SEND MONEY ABROAD BY AIR MAIL OR CABLE Call. Write or Telephone AMERICAN EXPRESS tonlun Hrmlllanrrt 330 E. Flagler St.. Miami Telephone 3-3178 DIAM OND | CAB PHONE 3-4627 Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks Americas finest cleaning Call 3-6601 Hil NEIGHBORHOOD STORES EVERYWHERE IMOrtttWI liailllBllimfrHWlHBtlll TOUBY .PAINTING 3 5OO01 LKMSED AHoksuRioCbtfrmrote j 669 N.W. d^ Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA itWatfHiHIM||H|giHNWIMWttWSIli



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FRIDAY, JULY 25. 1947 +Jew 1st ncrkiiari PAGE FIVE 32 Miamians Serve State Bar Ass'n On Its New Committees The Florida State Bar association has appointed 32 Miami lawyers to serve on its various committees for the 1947-48 period, according to documents received here from E. Dixie Beggs, of Pensacola, president of the body. Daniel H. Redfearn will serve on three committees—those on a new Florida constitution, civil procedure rules, and the past presidents' advisory committee. Albert B. Bernstein and Charles A. Morehead will both serve on the bodies for federal taxation and legal institutes, while M. L. Mershon will participate in the work of supreme court building and memorials. Other Miami attorneys and their committees are: Samuel J. Kanner, chancery practice; W. O. Mehrtens and Circuit Court Judge Stanley Milledge, rules of civil procedure; Richard H. Hunt and Bart A. Riley, criminal law and procedures; County Judge W. F. Blanton and Lyle D. Holcomb, probate and guardianship law. Edward H. Brown, unauthorized practice of law; George H. Salley, legal education and admission to the bar; W. P. Simmons, jr., professional ethics and grievances; J. Y. Porter, IV., and William S. Frates, American citizenship. Tyrus A. Norwood, legislation; H. U. Fiebelman, publications; George F. Gilleland, public relations; Juvenile Court Judge W. H. Beckham, juvenile delinquency; Mrs. Ethel Ernest Murrell, married women's rights; Arthur T. Hill, legal service to the armed forces. William A. Lane, Paul L. E. Helliwell and Dante B. Fascell, legal institutes; James A. Dixon, oil and gas rights; Douglas Felix, federal taxation; Oliver W. Folmar, membership; Armstead Brown and Robert H. Anderson, past presidents' advisory; John H. Wahl, statutory revision. On Monday. July 28. the Clara Hirah Landau chapter of B'nai B'riih Young Women will hold its weekly meeting at the home of Miss Gloria Farkas. 337 28th si.. Miami Beach. Miss Winnie Epstein, activity chairman, pro tern, has announced a bowling program for the group on Tuesdays, and tennis Sunday mornings in Flamingo park. All members and their friends are invited to participate. CONTROL ,H.. *" H w ch 1901 SaU tor Palestine (Above, left to right) Miss Charlotte Glaser, president of the Bronx Sisterhood of the General Israel Orphan Home for Girls in Jerusalem; Mr. Joshua Manischewils. president of the orphanage; Mrs. Dora Silverstein, president of the Philadelphia auxiliary, and Mrs. Sadee Danser, president of the Brooklyn auxiliary, all members of a committee representing the American sponsors of the Jerusalem orphanage, who sailed for Palestine aboard the S.S. Marine Carp. While in Jerusalem, the committee will formulate a plan to purchase land and construct a new home for the orphanage adequate to meet the greatly expanded need for facilities created by the already vast influx and anticipated arrival of great numbers of children from Europe. While the committee is engaged in its planning mission, a concerted fund raising drive will be launched to provide the necessary means for this urgent undertaking. LEGAL NOTICES 11TH JUDICIAL HRTI'IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, KIXHtllJA. IN CHANCERY. No. 110784 ORDER OF PUBLICATION HELENS C. WATKRS. Plaintiff. VB. ARTHUR WATKRS. Defendant. THE STATE OP KI.ORIDA: TO: ARTHUR WATERS 4 c<>uri Square ljting Inland City I/onK Inland New York You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Rill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above Btyled cause on or before the 26th day of August, 1947; otherwise the alloicationa of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridian, a nawapapei published In Dade County, Florida DATED this 24th day of July, 1947 E. B. LBATIIERMA.N, Clerk. Circuit Court By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. 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Courses will consist of eight to 12 lessons each and Red Cross certificates will be issued to persons who successfully complete the training. The Red Cross instruction, to be given without charge, is made possible through the cooperation of the Dade county park associations, hotel and swimming pool managements and the U. S. naval air reserve. A nominal charge will be made for use of the pools in some instances. Pools to be used are Hialeah, Venetian, Matheson hammock, Greynolds park, Macfadden Deauville, Beach End, Naval Air Reserve pool at Opa-Locka, Homestead and Liberty City pool. Registration, according to age groups and course desired, will take place Monday, July 28, at Homestead, Venetian, Matheson hammock, U. S. Naval Air Reserve at Opa-Locka and Liberty City pools as follows: Children 6 to 10 years, beginner or intermediate courses, from 9 to 9:45 a.m.; 11 to 15 years, beginner or intermediate, from 9:45 to 10:30 a.m.; 6 to 15 years, swimmers courses, from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m., and adults, beginner or intermediate, from 11:15 to 12 noon. Registration will take place at the same hours on Tuesday, July 29, at Beach End, Greynolds park, Babcock park in Hialeah, and Macfadden-Deauville. Tempered Masonite STORM SHUTTERS EASY TO INSTALL Interchangeable Sizes Stored in Small Space FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 5-1662 H. W. THOMAS CO. 605 LINCOLN RD. Local Hadassah Receives Award For Membership An award from the national office of Hadassah, consisting of a book-shelf of volumes on Jewish subjects, was recently received by the Greater Miami chapters of the organization in recognition of their part in an intensive nation-wide membership campaign. The prize, one of 35 awarded to as many chapters which led in the campaign, was awarded to the Hadassah groups of this area for their 40 per cent increase in membership during the drive, which marked the 35th anniversary of the organization and was dedicated to the memory of the late Henrietta Szold. Included in the collection are such volumes as "Palestine Problems and Promise," by Robt. R. Nathan; "The World of Sholem Aleichem," by Maurice Samuels; "Behind the Silken Curtain," by Bartley Crum, and "Brandeis," by A. J. Mason. The books, now in the possession of Mrs. Victor Mel, Miami Hadassah librarian, will be divided between the Miami and Miami Beach groups in the fall. Dr. John S. Elliott, director of the Dade County Blood Bank, will be the guest speaker Friday at 12:15 at the Sholem lodge. B'nai B'riih, luncheon meeting in the Downtown club. He will speak on the functions of the blood bank and the community benefits derived from the bank. Sam Silver, president, will introduce the speaker. SUFFERERS OF Prickly Heat Instant Relief From Itching Irritations Usually Cleared Within 36 Hours USE Loekes Formula WITH SAFETY 511 Meridian Ave. PHONE 58-1768 Purchase At Your Local Drug Store Andreyev 'Samson' Will Be Dramatized By 'Eternal Light' A Biblical trageay by the modern Russian dramatist, Leonid Andreyev, "Samson in Chains." has been adapted for the Eternal Light program by Harold Rosenberg and will be broadcast on Sunday, July 27, over radio station WIOD at 10:30 a.m. Mr. Rosenberg, an eminent poet and critic who is known for his numerous translations from the French, served as head of the New York domestic news section of the office of war information during the war. The Eternal Light, a coast-tocoast radio program presented under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, is a public service presentation of the National Broadcasting Co. Dr. Moshe Davis is program editor. 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