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) WHERE CAN THE REFUGEE )
) JEW REST? )
• _ •
By Herbert J. Seligman
(Chief of Jewish Telegraphic
Agency Bureau in Washington)
Copyright, 1944, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
The international involvement
of displaced Jewish populations
in Europe are daily becoming
more obvious.
In South America, Ecuador has
instructed its counsuls overseas
to is§ue visas to all Jews of good
character. Mexico has authorized
the admission of 400 Jews from
Hungary as war refugees. A trick
le of Jewish refugees is being ad
mitted to Canada, 500 during the
past six months under guarantee
of Jewish organizations that the
newcomers will not become pub
lic charges.
In France reports indicate that
there are thousands of Jews from
Poland who are ill an destitute,
while those in Belgium’s capital
city, Brussels, are estimated to
number between six and eight
thousand.
In Italy there are some four
to five thousand refugees from
other countries, many of them
Jews, and on the basis of their
own statements to the represen
tatives of the Intergovernmental
Committee on Refugees, none of
them want to go back to Germany
and few to Austria.
There are displaced Jews by
the hundreds of thousands
throughout Russia, in the Urals,
in the Ukraine as well as in Sov
iet Asia, and many of them are
in dire need.
Meanwhile, the disorders in
Palestine can only worsen the
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situation there and make it in
creasingly unlikely that, in the
immediate future, any large-scale
immigration to that country can
absorb the multitudes who have
now no home.
It is clear that other places of
settlement must be found and that
in this process the United States
will have to bear its part. The
available areas, apart from Pal
estine, are limited in number.
Some have been investigated and
found wanting, like Guiana in
equatorial South America. Others
can accept limited numbers only,
like the Dominican Republic.
South Africa and Australia may
provide homes for small groups
which can be infiltrated into exist
ing communities or settled on a
pioneer basis. The forbidding cli
mate of Madagascar makes that
region something less than the
“wonderful place” Sir Clifford
Heathcote - Smith, Intergovern
mental Refugee Committee repre
sentative, represented it to be.
The few refugees admitted “in
bond” to the free port of Oswego
in New York represent such a
tiny fraction of the number
for whom some haven must be
found, as to indicate that all ef
forts thus far are merely tenta
tive. That fact is that no one
solution will suffice for the mag
nitude of this problem. Every pos
sibility must be explored and
where hundreds of people are
now being placed, future planning
must envisage the needs of tens
of hundreds of thousands.
In the United States, current
ly, the impulse, both from poli
tical sources and from influnet
ial and powerful labor groups, is
to limit postwar immigration.
Their contention is that this coun
try will have quite enough to
do to place the returning millions
of service men and women with
out taking on the problem of
people of foreign origin.
Already numbers of anti-im
migration bills have been intro
duced in Congress. One check
on this movement has been the
fact that, as the Department of
Justice has pointed out, our exist
ing quotas have, not even nearly
been filled. Such legislation might
operate against us in the sphere
of international cooperation and
friendship. But the pressure be
hind it is strong and certainly no
generous relaxation of the bar
riers against large-scale immigra
tion is to be expected. Unfor
tunately, unless the United States
sets an example for the world in
this field, it loses its right to
preach to other nations.
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH MONTHLY
Junior Hadassah
Vice-President Visits
Southeastern Region
* Miss Lillian Schwartz, nation
al vice-president of Junior Hadas
sah, will visit with Zionist groups
in the southeast to promote Zion
ist youth activities, it was an
nounced by Dr. Shlomo Bardin,
national director of the Zionist
Youth Commission. Miss Sch
wartz was Dr. Bardin's assistant
at the Brandeis Camp Institute
this summer.
Coming from Tampa and en
route to Savannah Miss Schwartz
will visit Jacksonville on Novem
ber 9, 10, 11, and 12. On Thurs
day evening, November 9th she
will be the guest speaker at a
Dinner for the Hadassah Discus
sion Group. 'Mrs. Abe Chardkoff
is in charge of the evening. Miss
Schwartz will be introduced by
Miss Gertrude Meyerhoff who
with Miss Heidy Mayer and Mrs.
Paul Miller, all three scholarship
winners from Jacksonville to the
Brandeis Institute, will take part
in the program. The dinner will
be held in the Seminole Hotel.
On Friday afternoon Miss
Schwartz will preside over an or
ganization meeting of the Jack
sonville Zionist Youth Commis-
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION. ETC..
REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CON
GRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912.
Os The Southern Jewish Monthly pub
lished monthly at Jaeksonville. Florida
for October 1, 1944.
State of Florida )
County of Duval )ss.
Before me, a notrary public in and for
the State and County aforesaid, personally
appeared Ethel Katz Moscovitz, who,
having been duly sworn according
to law, deposes and says that
she is the editor of the Southern
Jewish Monthly and that the follow
ing is, to the best of her knowledge and
belief, a true statement of the owner
ship, management land if a daily paper,
publication for the date shown in the
the circulation, etc., of the aforesaid
above caption, required by the Act of
August 23, 1912, embodied in section 411,
Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on
the reverse of this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business manager are: Publisher, Isa
dore Moscovitz, P. O. Box 903: Editor,
Managing Editor, and Business Manager,
Mrs. Isadora Moscovitz, P. O. Box 903.
2. That the owner is: (If owned by a
corporation, its name and address must
be stated and also immediately there
under the names and addresses of stock
holders owning or holding one per cent
or more of total amount of stock. If not
owned by a corporation, the names and
addresses of the individual owners must be
given. If owned by a firm, company, or
other unincorporated concern, its name
ami address, as well as those of each
individual member, must be given.)
NONE.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages, or
securities are: (If there are none, so
state.)
NONE.
4. That the two paragraphs next a-
Viove. giving the names of the owners,
stockholders, and security holders, if any,
contain not only the list of stockholders
and security holders as they appear upon
the books of the company but also, in
case where the stockholder or security
holder appears upon the books of the
company as trustee or in any other
fiduciary relation, the name of the per
son or corporation for whom such trustee
is acting, is given: also that the said
two paragraphs contain statements em
bracing affiant's full knowledge and be
lief as to the circumstances and condi
tions under which stockholders and se
curity holders who do not appear upon
the books of the company as trustees,
bold stock and securities in any capa
city other than that of a bona fide
owners: and this affiant has no reason
to believe that any other person, as
sociation. or corporation has any interest
direct or indirect in said stock, bonds,
or other securities than as so stated by
him.
5. That the average number of copies
of each issue of this publication sold or
distributed through the mails or other
wise. to paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the date shown is
(This information is required from
daily publications only.)
ETHEL KATZ MOSCOVITZ
(Signature, publisher, business
manager, or owner.)
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
3rd day of October. 1944.
HILDA K. GOLDSTEIN
(SEAL)
(My commission expires July 30,
1947.)
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sion. Mrs. Henry Halpern, secre
tary of the local commission, is
in charge of arrangements for the
afternoon.
Friday evening will be Young
Judean Sabbath at the Jewish
Center, and Miss Schwartz will
be the guest speaker at that
time. Saturday evening she will
preside over a Junior Hadassah
board meeting, and Sunday morn
ing she will conduct a leader
ship institute for the local Young
Judean Council. Her final ap
pearance in Jacksonville will be
at the Junior Hadassah Member
ship Tea Sunday afternoon. More
complete plans will be announc
ed at a later date.
Miss Schwartz is a colorful and
forceful speaker, and Jackson
ville Jewish Zionist circles are
looking forward to her guidance
and timely information. Miss
Schwartz will also visit in Atlan
ta where an elaborate program
has been prepared.
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ZOA Hails President
Roosevelts Statement
(Continued on Page 1)
speakers at the sessions included
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, Dr.
James G. Heller, chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal; Judge
Morris Rothenberg, President of
the Jewish National Fund; Judge
Bernard A. Rosenblatt, president
of the Palestine Foundation Fund.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise was absent
due to illness.
Preceding the convention, a ses
sion was held here by the newly
formed National Advisory Coun
cil of the Jewish National Fund
at which it was reported that from
October 1, 1943, to September 15,
1944, a total of $4,673,443 was
raised in the U. S. for the pur
chase of land in Palestine.
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Staple a6d Fancy Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
PHONE 9140
Pablo Avenue
Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
October, 1944

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