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 )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 18NUMBER 36
MIAMI! 8, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1945 64 PAGES
PRICE ONE DOLLAR
High Holy Day Services in the Synagogues and Temples of Greater Miami
Jho Hjeh HoJy Days w.u be
rl in with services in all
"Greater Miami Houses of
JOWh.p this evening. A survey
cat, Tl Part of the week indi"
in' *at overflowing gather-
s', will participate in services
ms week-end with many of the
Rogues finding it difficult to
Wjwio adequate seating.
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^Saturday morning
urn will
have as his sermon topic "Rosh
Hashona A Reaffirmation of
Faith."
Beth David Congregation, Con-
gregation, Conservative, 139 N.
W. 3rd Avenue, services Friday
evening at 7:30. Saturday and
Sunday mornings at 8 A. M.
Rabbi Shapiro will have as his
central theme for discussion
"After the Strife of War Begins
the Strife of Peace." Junior
services for boys and girls from
6 to 18 will take place in the
auditorium Saturday and Sun-
day mornings at 10:30. David
Jacobs will deliver the sermons
and Sidney Dickson, Frank
Green berg and Charles Rosen-
blitt will officiate.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave-
nue, Friday evening services at
7 P. M., Saturday and Sunday
mornings at 9 A. M. Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer, guest Rabbi of New
York, will preach on both days.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
chant the services.
Schaarei Zedek Talmud To-
rah, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. Fri- |
day evening services at 7 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday at 8 A. M.
and 6:30 P. M. Rabbi Simon
April will conduct services and
will preach Saturday morning
on "Our New Year Prayers.
Sundav morning his topic will
be "Our Spiritual Heirs."
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
GREETINGS ON THE
NEW YEAR
The classified directory of
persona) New Year greet-
ings will be found on pages
61-62-63 of this edition.
311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Orthodox. Friday eve-
ning services at 7 P. M., Satur-
day and Sunday mornings at 8
A. M. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will preach to worshippers in
the synagogue and in the adja-
cent community building. His
topic for Saturday will be
"Looking Backward," and on
Sunday, "We Look Forward."
Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant
the services in the synagogue
building. He will be assisted by
Mr. H. Halpern. Cantor Nathan
Wroobel, assisted by Mr. S.
Guttman, will chant the services
in the community building.
Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, 1415 Euclid Ave-
nue, Miami Beach Conservative.
New Year services will be usher-
ed in at sundown Friday even-
ing at 7 P. M. Services begin
Saturday morning at 8 A. M.
with Rabbi Irving L e h r m a n
preaching on the subject: "The
Fruits of Victory." Cantor Eman-
ual Balkan will chant. Rabbi
Lehrman's topic Sunday morn-
ing will be "Driftwood." Even-
ing services for both days are
scheduled for 7 P. M.
Temple Beth Sholom, Chase
Avenue at 41st Street, Miami
Beach, Liberal. Services will be
held in the new building, Fri-
day evening at 8:15 P. M. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish preaching
on "The Dawn of a New Era."
Saturday and Sundav services
begin at 10 A. M. Thb first day
the Rabbi will preach on "5705
The Year of Decision"; Sunday
his topic will be "5706 Will
Jewish Prophecy be fulfilled?"
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
chant the musical portion of the
serv.ces assisted by a soloist
and organ accompaniment.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, ig45
PERSONALS
Lillian Farber, of 536 14th
Street, has returned from a one-
month vacation in New York.
Miss Evelyn Cometz. 25, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Cometz, of 634 Euclid
Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller,
1572 Meridian Avenue, have
returned from a two-month va-
cation at Hot Springs, Ark.
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Hebrew School will open its fall
semester Sept. 10. Registrations
now being accepted daily at the
Center from 4 to 5 P. M.
The Men's Cluu and Sister-
hood of Temple Israel are ten-
dering an informal reception
honoring members of the Tem-
ple, on Sunday, Sept. 9, from
3 to 5 P. M.. at Kaplan Hall.
Michael Zuckernick. of 3134
Sheridan Avenue, is spending a
month in New York.
Mrs. B. Efseroff and her
granddaughter. Miss Gladycc
Tepper. of 1221 Collins Avenue,
have returned from Bradley
Beach, N. J.. where they visited
Mrs. Ethel Levine.
Gloria KaplanTof 2460 Fla-
mingo place, has returned from
Washington, D. C. She stopped
at Durham, N. C, to see her
brother. Lt. Ij.g.t Seymour Kap-
lan, graduated from Duke Uni-
versity medical school. Lieut.
Kaplan has since been sent to
Pearl Harbor. Miss Kaplan, a
1945 graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High school, will enter
the University of Miami in Oct.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kaplan. ____
PERSONALS
Mrs. Jennie Lubow has just
returned from a stay of several
weeks at St. Simon's Island as
guest of her daughter and son-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simo-
witz, whose home is in Augusta,
Georgia.
WEDDINGS
Solomon Singer, 17, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Singer, 1714 S. W.
18th Street, left this week for
North Georgia College, Dahlo-
ncga, Ga under the A.S.T.R.P.
Solomon enlisted in the army
on August 7. He is a graduate
of Miami Senior High school and
is an Aleph of Sigma Rho. Chap-
ter 517, A.Z.A.
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
left early this week by car for
a vacation in the north. They
will visit with their families and
spend sometime in the Berk-
shires.
A familv wedding at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Frieda Box-
er 2144 S. W. 22nd Terrace, is
being planned by Miss Shirley
Boxer, who will marry Pvt. Cal-
vin Pont on Sept. 11. Miss; NOT-
madine Boxer, sister of the
bride-to-be, will be her attend-
ant.
BIRTHS
Mr and Mrs. Solomon Pollack,
925 N W. 52nd Street, announce
the birth of a daughter, Jessica
Lee.
Lt. and Mrs. Walter A. La
Vigne announce the birth of a
daughter, Leslie Ann. on Tues-
day. Mrs. La Vigne is the form-
er" Anyce Getzug.
Mrs. Charles Steinman, 1568
Meridian Avenue, returns soon
from a three-month vacation.
Mrs. Steinman stayed with her
sisters. Mrs. Sam Hoffman, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs.
Charles Lish, of Lawrence, L. I.
PERSONALS
June Kmanuel, of 1681 Men-
dan Avenue, has returned from
Connecticut. She is the daughted
of Mrs. Toby Emanuel.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlo-
witz returned home Thursday
after vacationing in the North.
The next regular meeting of
the Emma Lazarus Chapter,
B'nai B'rith, will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 8 P. M.. at
the Miami Beach Y. M. H. A.. 1
Lincoln Road. All members and
their friends are invited to at-
tend.
Mrs. Helen Halperin left this
week for Fitzgerald, Georgia,
where she will spend two months
visiting her in-laws. Mr. and
Mrs. Halperin. She was accom-
panied by her daughter Mar-
leen.
Herman Berk left Wednesday
by plane to join his family in
New York where he will spend
the holidays.
Best Wishes for the New Year
OBITUARIES
KARP
Samuel Karp. 56. of 1431 S. W.
Fourth St.. died Monday in a
Miami hospital after a brief ill-
ness. He had been a resident of
Miami for 15 years and operated
a general store. He leaves his
wife. Mrs. Rose Karp: one son,
Jerry, in the Army in Germany:
three daughters, Mrs. B. A. Ster-
ling and Mrs. A. Patterson, both
of Miami, and Mrs. B. Schemer
of Tucson, Ariz. Services were
conducted in the Gordon funer-
al home chapel Tuesday. Burial
followed in Mount Ncbo ceme-
tery.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE
132 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-2424
HERBERT'S RESTAURANT
2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Formerly at
Operated bj David and Florence Schlllei Formerly at Howard
Johimon FliiRler Street Store Serving American Jewish Mean at
Moderate Pncei Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream made on premises.
All Meals Prepared Under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb
of Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GEORGIA CULPEPPER
MADALINE CULPEPPER
Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc.
"FOR THE LADY WHO CARES"
Open Evenings by Appointment
744 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
PHONE 3-2561
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PERSONALS
Miss Claire Behan. of 1018 Jef-
ferson Avenue, is leaving for a
one-month vacation in Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Leaving for Chicago is Corp.
Herman Cohen, his wife and son,
Ronald, 12, of 1528 Meridian
Avenue. Corp. Cohen is expect-
ing to be discharged from the
army. ^^^
Joel S. Salzman, USN, is ar-
riving this week to visit his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Salz-
man, 4491 Prairie Avenue.
Young Salzman is on a leave
from duties as hospital appren-
tice in Bainbridge, Maryland.
RABBI AND MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
AND SONS
Wish Their Friends and Relatives
a Happy and Prosperous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Superior Sheet Metal
Works
830 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-3163
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerston
of the
MAYFAIR SHOP
1133 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
wish their many friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
We Have a Supply of
HOLIDAY CARDS
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
53 N. E. 1st Street
Sincere Greetings To Our
Many Friends and Customers
RED TOP CAB AND
BAGGAGE CO.
"Always Call the Red Top"
PHONE 3-3131 MIAMI

SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. N. VERNAM CO.
Engines
19 N. W. South River Drie
Phone 2-3519
SEASON'S GREETINGS
May This New Yea. Bring
Peace to All Freedom
Loving People
N. P.
"Neighbor" Lowrey
Your
County Commissioner
A Most Happy New
Year To All ... .
SOUTH WEST RADIO
SERVICE
SERVICE ON
Home and Auto Radios
Pick-Up and Delivery
2760 South West 27th Ave.
PHONE 48-2701
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
ALLAPATTAH
BAKERY
COFFEE CAKE PASTRIES
DECORATIVE CAKES
For All Occasions
1714 N. W. 36th St.
Phone 3-2260
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
ESKAY DRUGS
On the Beach
DEDICATED TO YOUR
HEALTH
1444 Collins Ave.Ph. 5-2555
2947 Collins Ave.Ph. 5-1327
Office 1021 5th Street
Phone 58-1877
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ii
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GABLES TUB
Sensible Rates
3703 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-9510
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Phone 4-9437


FRIDAy, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
ASSEMBLY TO DECIDE
ON BUDGETMATTERS
Ncw York (WNS)-With the
lifting of ODT travel restric-
tions the 265 Jewish federations,
welfare funds and community
councils, members of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds wilL-decide on
the establishment of a national
advisory budgeting service at
the 1946 General Assembly of
the Council instead of through
a mail referendum.
The executive committee of
the council decided to postpone
the mail referendum for the
prl S( nt since it appears prob-
ablv that the previously agreed
updn method of assembly action
will be possible early in 1946.
In reporting to the board
meeting. Mr. Blaustein stated
that th( proposed service to be
fully effective should have the
cooperation of both the local
Jewish welfare funds and the
natii nal and overseas agencies
they support. It is believed that
such cooperation would benefit
national and overseas agencies
as well ;is local welfare funds,
and it is hoped that the few
agencies which have not yet
*Jewisfirk>rdrifojn
PAGE THREE
been won over, will be persuad-
ed once they recognize the real
sentiments of the local commu-
nities, Mr. Blaustein declared.
He added that the proposal will
be presented objectively and he
expressed the hope that the few
opponents would not prejudge
the issue but would permit their
local adherents to decide the
question on the basis of the
needs of their communities.
"After the member agencies
of the Council have an oppor-
tunity to consider the proposal
in relation to the interest of the
organized local community, there
will be ample time to discuss
with the national and overseas
agencies the questions that may
I arise in the working out of a
! mutually beneficial procedure
on advisory budgeting," Mr.
Blaustein pointed out.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose.
| 1400 Lenox Avenue, Miami
Beach, will return this week aft-
|er spending two months travel-
ling in the north.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bronston,
535 W. 30th Street, Miami Beach,
will return this week-end from
the north where they have been
since the middle of July.
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
of the
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extend greetings on the New Year and
thank their many friends and supporters
for their fine cooperation
! CARDIAC HOME BOARD
! TO HOLD MEETING
Dade Chapter, National Chil-
dren s Cardiac Home, will hold
Its first board meeting of the
season on Wednesday, Sept. 12,
at the Y.M. & W.II.A. Lincoln
Koad, Miami Beach, at 10:30
A. M. Plans for the coming sea-
son will be discussed. Board
members are urged to attend.
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president
of Dade Chapter will preside.
IWV POST ELECTED
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
At the last meeting on Aug.
27, the Miami Beach Post of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, No. 330 elected
the following officers: former
Capt. E. Max Goldstein, com-
mander; former Major Maurice
O. Orovitz, senior vice-com-
mander: living M. Ellis, junior
vice-commander; Dr. Leonard L.
Weil, surgeon: Samuel A. Riv-
kind. judge advocate. T*ie Post
also appointed the following of-
ficers: Jack Tobin, quartermast-
er; Joseph Rose, adjutant; Mau-
rice Abelson. officer of the day;
Archie Brick, historian, and
Harry Cooper, liaison officer.
The Post has arranged for its
first project, that of supervising
on Sunday the Cabana Club for
servicemen, a project of the
JWB. This facility, located at
Lincoln Road and Collins Ave-
ELECTRICAL construc-hon-repa^s
APPLIANCES SERVICE
Unity Electrical Co., Inc.
128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH
CALL 5-4570
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CLUB BALI
Never a Cover Charge
DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTH STREET
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
LYNN PARK HOTEL
27 N. E. 4th Street
MIAMI
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PONCE de LEON HOTEL
231 E. Flagler Street Phone 3-3691
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEMS
Prompt Delivery In All Sizes
Florida Hill York Corp.
Phone 3-2693 1225 S. W. 8th St.
nue, immediately behind the
Snack Bar, operates every day
and offers all servicemen bath-
ing and locker facilities at a
negligible cost.
The Post welcomes all Beach
returnees to its next meeting,
September 10, to be held at the
Beach Y.
TANNEN~RETlJRNir
FROM VISIT IN NORTH
Isadore Tannen. 4560 Post
Avenue, Miami Beach, has re-
turned to his home after a two-
weeks' business trip to Boston
and New York. His daughter
Carol is also at home after six
weeks spent visiting friends in
Long Island and Philadelphia.
While in the north she visited
her brother, Harold Tannen, now
of New York, who formerly was
a Miami attorney. Carol will en-
ter the University of Miami this
fall to study journalism. Her sis-
ter, Mrs. Edward Peyser, former-
ly Belle Tannen, leaves Friday
for Philadelphia, accompanied
by her daughter Sandra. They
expect to spend two months in
that city.
BRONSTON HEADS
JUDAISM CHAPTER
Mr. and Mrs. I. Vogel left this
week for New York where they
will spend a month with their
daughter and son-in-law, who
are expecting a visit from the
stork. Mrs. Vogel is second vice-
president of the Miami Chapter
of the National Home for Jew-
ish Children in Denver.
Benjamin E. Bronston of Mi-
ami Beach was elected president
of the South Florida chapter of
the American Council for Juda-
ism at an organization meeting
last Thursday night at the Strand
restaurant, Miami Beach. Bron-
ston is a past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Arthur S. Kahn was named
vice president: Harry Boyell,
secretary: Henry Hirsh. treasur-
er, and Herbert U. Feibelman,
chairman of the program com-
mittee.
Feibelman, speaking on the
scope of the organization, said
that the council is a nat.onal or-
ganization, of which Lessing J.
Rosenwald is president. The na-
tional president and Kabbi El-
I mer Berger, director, will be in-
voted to address a public meet-
I ing to be held in Miami in No-
I \ ember, under auspices of the
council, which also announced
that another South Florida cap-
ter session will be held next
month.
At the meeting Thursday, Rab-
bi Carl N. Herman was the prin-
cipal speaker and discussed the
basic principles of the organi-
zation.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have
returned to the city after visit-
ing in the Carolinas.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
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The Jewish Floridi
lan
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla.
P. 0. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
1 Year, $3.00
Six Months, S2.00
2 Years, S5.00
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
ELLUL 29, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 36
A LESSON FROM 5705
A resume of the past year as reviewed from our present
day vantage brings forth a far more comfortable feeling. Con-
siderable accomplishment has been achieved from the eve of
Rosh Hashonah last year through the long twelve months
bringing us to the doorstep of 5706.
The course of the war, as measured from one New Year
to the next, finds us as audience and then participant, witness-
ing the onslaught abroad against our brethern and then other
peoples
The Jewish people bore the brunt of the suffering along
with severe setbacks of other civilized peoples. During the
bitter struggle we were brought to the depths of despair as a
vicious enemy dealt underhanded and treacherous blows.
With entry in the battle for survival of decency we viewed the
upward surge toward the victory so recently proclaimed. The
war made deep inroads in the normal way of life. It disrupted
a continuity that in many instances and ways will never be
restored. Blurred visions, delayed plans, shattered hopes and
too, too many homes where the bullet found its mark to claim
the supreme sacrifice, chart the map on our road to success.
The path ahead is likewise neither smooth nor straight.
With every announcement of success, each proclamation
of victory, our leaders thanked God for giving us guidance and
wisdom. Humble words of prayer were uttered to the Al-
mighty. Rosh Hashonah, falling on the eve of total victory,
presents to the Jewish People the opportunity to worship with
God, thanking Him for past beneficence and to pray that the
coming period be filled with good.
During the Holy Day period of prayer, to ourselves or with
our brethren in congregation, spiritual satisfaction may be ob-
tained Can we not also take this opportunity to profit by the
past. The catastrophe portrays many examples of acts and
deeds. Experience is not only a dear but a practical teacher.
Vivid are the lessons to be learned from the costly struggle.
The awe that prefaces and surrounds the Holy Days provides
the pause for restrospection and introspection.
Lacking in the past, attention to behavior, tolerance, sup-
port to worthwhile causes, participation in deserving endeavors,
can avert future evil decree. Service to community and to fel-
low-man compose a sermon; a lesson to be learned horn the
past; a guide for the future.
COORDINATION
Unless by chance your radio was tuned to the station at
the particular time, you found yourself among the large ma-
jority that missed the opportunity of hearing our spiritual lead-
ers deliver their New Year message.
Sufficient time and thought was not given this public serv-
ice by the Rabbis themselves. As members of the Rabbinical
Association, a coordinated and well arranged schedule should
have been prepared. Adequate publicity and notification to the
community is needed as part of the arrangements.
An estimated twenty per cent of the community is affiliated
with a temple and synagogue. Another ten per cent show
themselves during the Holy Days A spiritual word via radio
to this vast missing audience surely could do no harm.
Integrated action upon the part of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion in this and other endeavors would reap much benefit. Co-
hesiveness surely is a desired and needed quality.
PLANS MADE FOR
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
The vast preparations under-
taken by the Greater Miami
Army and Navy Committee of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board will reach their climax
this Friday night, September 7.
Religious services will be held
not only at the various syna-
gogues for the members of the
armed forces, but also at the
Miami Beach Senior high school,
1420 Drexel Avenue, thanks to
the co-operation of the educa-
tional authorities. A maximum
attendance at the services in the
high school will be close to a
thousand, it is anticipated by
Chaplain Saul Kraft, assistant
station chaplain of the Army Air
Force Redistribution Station No.
2, who will officiate and by Leon
Schulman. USO-JWB director.
Servicemen from Key West to
Ft. Pierce and beyond are plan-
ning to attend services in the
Greater Miami area.
The Greater Miami Hospitali-
ty Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board is work-
ing feverishly day and night,
making arrangements for what
will probably be the last great
religious observance for Jewish
members of the armed forces
here in Miami, Mrs. Jean Raab.
acting chairman, in her plea for
BOX
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Miami 18
Digest of the mail received at Jewish
Plorldlan post office box.
"Huge .amounts" are required
| for the absorption of the desti-
: tute refugee newcomers to Pales-
I tine, it was declared by Eliezer
I Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, in a cable
sent to Rabbi James G. Heller.
national chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal. Dr. Israel
Goldstein declared that an over-
whelming number of liberated
Jewry is dominated by the de-
sire to emigrate to Palestine.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, Eu-
ropean director of the Joint
Distribution Committee, has
received a visa to enter Po-
land where he will survey
Jewish needs in order to make
more effective the relief pro-
gram which the J.D.C. con-
ducts in that country. The
OSE, organization for child
care, health and hygiene
among Jews, has renewed its
activities in Poland after a
forced interruption of several
years.
A plea for Americans to be-
ware of the seedlings of intoler-
ance, bigotry and greed preva-
lent in the United States is made
by Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam,
president of the Federal Coun-
cil of the Churches of Christ in
America, in a signed article in
the October issue of the Ameri-
can Magazine Declaring that
racial and other antagonisms are
the product of environment.
Prof. C. W. Hart of the Sociologv
Department, University of To-
ronton, asserted that scientists
cannot find any inherent differ-
ences between races, "onlv poli-
ticians can do that."
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
MUetty eonfidetdial
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
KASHRUTH COMMITTEE
MET LAST WEEK
At a meeting of the sub-com-
mittee on Kashruth of Federa-
tion's Committee on Communi-
ty Needs, held last week, further
action was taken to unify the
Kashruth supervision in this
area.
At the meeting at which were
representatives of all interested
groups, a motion was passed
stating: -This committee recom-
mends to the committee on Com-
munity Needs that the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis be called upon
for its services in making a
survey of the Kashruth situa-
tion and provide recommenda-
tions as to unification, if pos-
sible, cjf existing Vaads, pro-
vided that each Vaad agrees in
advance to be bound by the de-
cisions and recommendations of
the Agudas Harabonim and
that the expense of such an in-
vestigation anj recommenda-
tions be borne by the Federa-
tion."
Lenore Janofsky. of 745 7th
Street, is vacationing in New
York.
FLASH____
Foreign correspondents in Germany apparently lack a,
necessary background to properly evaluate political trends
occupied zones .... Not one of them commented on the ju
varian Government appointed by Col. Charles Neegan of Ne
York. ... We are reliably informed by Albert Norden, the p!T
tor of "Germany Today" (a newsletter), that this recently m
pointed administration in the region that was formerly rlitle
preferred stamping ground is composed largely of anti-Semites5
. The Bavarian People's Party's political platform features
anti-Semitism. ... It was therefore inexcusable for Col Keeqan
to select leaders of that party as keymen of Bavaria's pS
war government That kind of "democracy" for Germany h
surely not in the spirit of the Potsdam agreement. ... and
the very same criticism can be made of the appointment ol
Hans Ritter Von Seisser as Munich's Commissioner of Police
by the Allied Military Government of that city. .
ABOUT PERSONS------
The feud between various Zionist leaders patched up be-
fore the London Conference will be renewed in the very neat
future. The Jewish Theological Seminary will confer an
honorary degree on Mr. A. S. Rosenbach, America's most fa-
mous book collector. Franz Werfel, who just died never
left the Jewish fold although the Vatican considered him one
of its most effective press agents. Pierre van Paassen was
just advised that the Mayor of Gorcum, Holland, his home town,
has placed a plaque on the house he was born in. The
plaque pays tribute to van Paassen as Holland's most illus-
trious anti-Fascist fighter. .
PELL-MELL_____
Hats off to Judge J. Cullen of the Federal Court in Phila-
delphia. The judge refused American citizenship to Frank
Martin Eckelman a U-boat commander in World War I because
the former German warrior heartily approved of Hitler's per-
secution of the Jews. Which reminds us that the Philadelphia
judge who whitewashed the Philadelphia policemen in the An-
muth case will be asked to resign. ... A committee of clergy-
men is now studying this miscarriage of justice and is prepar-
ing a public statement on it. ... To a reader from Pittsburgh:
No we do not know the record of Brig. Gen. A. F. Lorenzec
(ret.) and cannot tell you whether his work for "Appreciate
America, Inc." is a paid job. Why don't you inquire from
the Anti-Defamation League. The rumors that Henry Mor-
genthau is trying to buy a newspaper and radio station are
being circulated by political opponents of the former Secretary
of the Treasury. Morgenthau has no ambition in that field.
BETWEEN COVERS ....
We advise the delegates of Jewish organizations intending
to visit Latin America to read Ray (Argentine Diary Josephs'
article in the National Jewish Monthly. Josephs has this to
say, among other things. "there has been a tendency by
Jewish leaders in New York and elsewhere to handle the Jews
in Latin America in the same way Latins in general feel Uncle
Sam has handled them in the past." Edward Grusd com-
ments that the 600,000 Jews in Latin-America want no Yankee
imperialism in inter-American Jewish relationships. Arline
Meyer, assistant secretary of the Pan-American Jewish Com-
mittee is writing a novel onBrooklyn. She got the inspira-
tion while in Mexico. The Jewish Black Book issued by the
World Jewish Congress, the National Council of Palestine, the
Jewish anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow and the American
Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists is ready lor
the printer. Albert Einstein, honorary sponsor of the boo*
is represented in the Black Book by an important letter giving
his personal views on the Jewish problem. ... Joe Brainuis
"War Diary of A Home Fronter" will be published by Dm
Press.....
more homes in order to accom-
modate this vast influx of serv-
icemen says: "We cannot fail, we
must not fail them." The war is
not yet over for these boys. Not
only that, but they feel they
have been abandoned because
of the general apathy which is j
now settling among the civilian '
population. Homes are still '
urgently needed. The reputa-
tion of hospitable Miami is in-
volved. Please call the JWB
High Holy Day Office" 5-5319
immediately in order to help
meet the need.
CALENDAR Of EVEHTS
Sun., Sept. 9:
Temple Israel Sisterhood High
Holiday Reception, 3 to 6 P.M
Mon., Sept. 10:
Beth Jacob Hebrew School
registration, 4 to 8 P. M.
Wed., Sept. 12:
National Children's Cardiac
Home Board Meeting, 19:30
A. M.
J.W.V. WILL MEET
Regular meeting of Freda
Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewish
^ku1?"8,01 the u- S., will
be held Monday, Sept. 19, 1945
at 8:15 P. M. at Beth David Au-
ditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue,
Miami. Service and ex-service-
men and women are invited to
attend.


fjUDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jenisfi n-oridliairi
PAGE FIVE
Edit'i'". ,.
Jewish Flondian,
Miami. Florida
Pead Sir:
The editorial in your issue of
Aueii-t 17th, entitled, "If and
When" interested me very
mui.ii It ls> in fact> somewhat
ironic that one of the very great
obstacles that the Council has
encountered, has been the re-
fusal of the Anglo-Jewish press
to adequately and fairly, publi-
cize its viewpoint. I assume that
vou regularly receive our In-
formation Bulletin and have also
received the Press Releases dis-
tributed by us from time to time.
! :,!>-. had you so desired,
there was ample opportunity to
present the position of the Coun-
cil.
Be that as it may, if your edi-
torial "f the 17th was written in
good faith, I am enclosing two
items that you may use for im-
te publication. One, a press
n the statement recent-
ide by Mr. Truman, and
two. a leaflet which contains our
over-all pattern for procedure
and program for local chapters.
This will be followed by the Mi-
ami group I do not doubt, at the
proper time in its organizational
procedure.
I shall await with interest the
publicity you give these two
no:: ... measuring the good or
bad faith of your editorial by
that publicity.
I also think that in fairness
and .!". the spirit of objective
journalism, this letter should be
made public.
Very truly yours,
ELMER BERGER
P.; ;i Goldhagen has returned
from Camp Saginore, near Lake
Gi N. Y. He is the son of
Mr. i nd Mrs. M. Goldhagen, 1670
Lenox Avenue.
COMMITTEE FORMED
OPPOSED TO BUDGETS
The formation of a commit-
tee to oppose national budgeting
was announced at a press con-
ference by Ezra Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council of Cleveland, "in behalf
of leaders of Jewish federations
and welfare funds throughout
the country" who are seeking
"to prevent the imposition of na-
tional budgeting upon the Amer-
ican Jewish community."
Mr. Shapiro, who was named
chairman of the newly formed
committee, told the press con-
ference that the new body "was
organized to mobilize the over-
whelming sentiment of Ameri-
can Jewry in opposition to any
program which would give cen-
tralized authority to a single
group to determine the future
of all causes, national and inter-
national, appealing for American
Jewish support." He announced
that William Sylk, secretary of
the Allied Jewish Appeal of
Philadelphia, will serve as sec-
retary of the new committee
which, he emphasized, "will en-
deavor to coordinate the opposi-
tion of the federations and wel-
fare funds on the issue which
will be taken up at the next
General Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds" to be held early
in 1946.
'"As a result of this action,
more adequate time will be af-
forded to the Jewish communi-
ties of America to discuss and
to decide on this problem, the
I most vital that has ever con-
fronted welfare funds and one
of the most serious that has ever
called for the consideration of
\ the whole of American Jewry,"
I Shapiro state.
"However, the principle of a
. referendum involved in the ori-
ginal resolution of the board, is
sound and should be followed
through. Thus, every member
' agency of the Council should,
between now and the time of the
General Assembly, permit the
most thorough discussion of the
national budgeting proposal so
that when the Assembly meets
it may record the mandate of
the individual communities. In
this way, the views of the As-
sembly may be accurate cross-
section of the views of the mem-
ber agencies and not merely in-
dividual opinions.
"The committee to oppose Na-
tional budgeting will proceed on
the democratic assumption that
the Council itself and all mem-
ber agencies welcome this ex-
tended opportunity for discus-
sion on the pros and cons of
national budgeting. Only by lo-
c;il action, registered officially
and in a representative way, will
any decision on national budget-
ing have meaning and validity."
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To All
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i
COMMENTS ON VIEWS
OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN
President Truman's press
conference statement on Pales-
tine is "the most realistic state-
ment to have issued from the
White House and the most dam-
aging to Zionist objectives," the
American Council for Judaism
declares editorially in a forth-
coming issue of its "Information
Bulletin." Calling upon Zionists
and anti-Zionists to ponder the
President's statement carefully,
so as to avoid illusions, the edi-
torial proceeds with the follow-
ing analysis:
"First, the statement indicated
that the President discussed the
subject. Discussion, however, is
not a synonym for approval; and
gives no indication of attitude.
"Second, the American posi-
tion is described: 'that we want
to let as many of the Jews into
Palestine as it is possible to let
into the country.' That is no
more than a continuation of the ,
frequently repeated government
indication of support for more
liberal immigration opportuni- ;
ties for Jews into Palestine.
"But, third, the position is
Conditioned by the subsequent
clause '. and still maintain
the civil peace.' This is a clear j
indication that even the policy of I
continued immigration depends
on agreement with the local
population, that is with the
Arabs. On this point, the Presi-
dent's statement is completely
in line with the British White
Paper which also bases further
immigration of Jews into Pales-
tine after 1945 upon the consent
of the Arabs of Palestine to that
policy.
"Fourth, the further comment
is made that 'the matter will
have to hie worked out with the
British and the Arabs for a Jew-
ish state.' If this means that
agreement to a Jewish State is
dependent upon the Arabs of
the neighboring Arab states as
well as those of Palestine, then
plainly the finish has been writ-
ten to the Zionist chapter.
"The final comment was 'there
is no idea in the mind of the
President or his advisers of
sending a strong military force
of, say 500.000, soldiers over-
seas to keep the peace in Pales-
tine.' Here is a clear intimation
that the present Zionist demands
would have armed intervention
as a likely consequence and that
the United States will have no
part of it. Whatever the posi-
tion of the United States on the
knotty Palestine problem,
American recommendations will
be advisory only and will not
be backed by our armed forces.
With this sentence the President
injects a most sobering and rea-
listic consideration, one that can
only be injurious to the Zionist
program. For to raise the ques-
tion dt supporting Zionist aspi-
rations by American bayonets
is to answer it."
ROOM DEDICATED
TO "MOM" ENGLER
Dedicatory ceremonies took
place last Saturday afternoon of
a formal reception room in trib-
ute to the late "Mom" Engler,
i furnished by the "Englerettes.'
The late Mrs. Engler served as
sponsor and chaperon for the
Englerettes, a group of young
girls who put in thousands of
1 hours entertaining servicemen.
I The room is at the Naval Air
Gunners School, 27th Avenue
land 32nd Street. It was accept-
1 ed on behalf of the school by
Captain H. T. Tyler. A reception
and tea followed. Mrs. Engler s
daughters, Molly and Ida, were
present.
A. Bramson returned home
after visiting with relatives in
New England.
Lt. Perry C. Cohen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cohen.
:C>'J4 Indian Creek Drive, has
just completed a visit with his I
parents and wife here after re-
turning from overseas duty. He
will leave for further service at
Beaumont, Texas.
Best
Wishes
To
All
For
A
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
HERMAN KOHEN
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs.
ED SINGER
OF MIAMI BEACH
wish all their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
MORRIS G.
WARNER
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes
For A Very
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
HYLAN KOUT
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
COMPLIMENTS
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MR. and MRS.
HENRY D.
WILLIAMS
AND FAMILY
BEST
WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs.
ISADORE RUBIN
and Family
1421 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
il
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
$
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Harold M. Wilson
MIAMI BEACH
BOY SCOUT TROOP
MEETS ON THURSDAYS
Boy Scout Troop No. 6 meets
every Thursday at 7:30 P. M. at
"Y" hut. All boys over 12 years
of age willing to become scouts
arc invited to attend or register
to join.
Plans are now being made lor
the fall season coming activities.
No new registrations can be
accepted after a full troop mem-
bership, Nat Cans, scout chair-
man, stated.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka re-
turned home after vacationing
in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
ling returned home after
ing in North Carolina.
Ster-
visit-
Jack C. Cohen arrived this
week to spend the holidays with
ins family.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Glosser
wish all their relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Susskind
and Elsie G. Shackman
wish all their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIS BLOCK
and Family
Wish All Their Friends In
Greater Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
Z. I. SABSHIN
Wish All Their Frienls
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH ROSE
Extend Their Best Wishes
For the New Year to All
Their Friends And The
Friends of the Greater
Miami Jewish
Federation
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Irving Nathanson
Kenneth Oka
Harold Spaet
MIAMI BEACH
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
;i;
HERMAN WEPMAN
MIAMI
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
Dr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kushner
and Family
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Dr. Leonard H.
Jacobson
BEST
WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
A. M. REDER
MIAMI BEACH
BEST
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FOR A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
MILTON WE IS S
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Robert S. Florence
Mitchel D. Price
Charles W. Zaring
BEST
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FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
Jerome H. Weinkle
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
FREDERICK J. WARD
MIAMI BEACH
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
TO
ALL
DR.
MAURICE
VAISBERG
Best Wishes
To All
for
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE SCHWARTZ
MIAMI BEACH
Happy
New Year
Greetings
To All
Herman Morrison
Berk
MIAMI BEACH
BEST
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FOR
THE
NEW
YEAR
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PRACHT
MIAMI BEACH
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J. ROSNICK
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
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MIAMI BEACH
DR. and MRS.
MAURICE I. ROsE
with Howard and Donald
wish to extend to all their
Friends Best Wishes
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PIHDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewisti nor id/an
PAGE SEVEN
OHEATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep B Record of Our Men in SerTice
wk n
SERVICE
PARADE!
WRITER TELLS OF JAP
ENVOYS AT IE SHIMA
Miss Ellen Ravitz received an
interesting account of the trans-
fer of ilie Japanese envoys on
i.- \v;iv t<> Manila, from her
;';, Pfc. Herbert Ravitz USA,
oW on the island of Ie Shima.
Dated Aug. 20, the letter reads
'"Somewhere on Ie Shima. As
vou can sec by the above ad-
dress l can now tell you where
, Most likely you heard the
, or read newspaper ar-
Ucles on what occurred here yes-
I was on the landing
strip when the Jap envoys came
in on Bettys and transferred to
a C-54 to 8 on Manila. It
was a sight pleasant to see. The
two Jap planes were flanked by
two B-25s and had a cover of
P-38's. The Jap pilots made good
land:
] took some pictures of the
landings and also the take-off
of the C-54. I hope they come
out good. Yesterday I also got
;i uple of shots of the Ernie
Pyle .Memorial. He was killed on
this island and the 77th put up
the monument. The inscription
on it reads, "On this spot the
77th Division lost a buddyEr-
nie P:
!': Ravitz has been in the
Pacific since the beginning of
the Philippine Islands compaign,
and has followed the war with
his camera. He hopes to be home
in New York by this time next
year. At present, two more
hers of the Ravitz family are in
the Pacific; Lt. Edward Ravitz,
and Cpl. Max Lipshitz, both in
the Philippines.
Pvt. Leonard J. Horn has noti-
fied his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Horn, of 636 10th Street.
that he is being sent overseas.
Horn, who took basic training
st Camp Blanding, was an engi-
neering student at the Univer-
sity ol Alabama before entcr-
ing service last February.
Flight Officer Eugene L. Solo-
mon. USAAF, of 1050 6th Street,
Miami Beach, is now in France,
doing transport work. His plane,
"Hell's Avenger," was the last
B-177 in the European compaign
to bomb Berchtesgaden, Hitler's
Bavarian chalet. His bombing
squadron received honorable
mention in a recent issue of
"YANK," which gave a pictorial
review of this last bombing mis-
sion over the target. F/O Solo-
mon also participated in the last j
raids on Berlin. "Hell's Aven- j
ger," minus its fighting equip-
ment and converted into a trans-
port, is now flying more peaceful
missions to ports in Africa, in-
cluding Casablanca.
Overseas for 32 months, Cpl.
Albert N. Coopersmith, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cooper- j
smith, 1224 Michigan Avenue, is j
serving as a medical technician |
with the 411th Engineer special j
shop battalion in the Philippines.
A veteran of service in Aus-
tralia and New Guinea, he wears
the wreath of the Meritorious
Service Unit Plaque and has two
battle stars in his Asiatic-Pacific
Theater ribbon.
COURSES AVAILABLE
TO EX-SERVICEMEN
AJC TO PRINT COOK
BOOK AND BULLETIN
FORMER IWB DIRECTOR
WRITES INTERESTINGLY
Harry Herbert, writer "f the fol-
lowing letter, was h<>kIoiuiI Director
.f the Jewish Welfare Board thai
nerved thin area. Innlm; the eetab-
Mxhmenl of Snack Bar on Miami
Bench, he was HHnlgned here (u as-
l in this Bpeclal task and other
Army ami Navy Committee
projects.
S/lc Don A. Mayerson, 19,
will arrive home this week on a
ten-day leave. A radar trainee
at Great Lakes naval training
center, he has just completed
boot training. He is a 1945 grad-
uate of Miami Beach Senior
High school where he was a
member of National Honor So-
ciety and Secretaries of War
Bonds and Interior in student
council. In his senior year, Don
won the B a u s c h and Lomb
award, presented annually to the
student most outstanding in sci-
ence throughout four years of
work. Don's Florida placement
marks were second highest in
the class. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Mayerson,
1309 Euclid Avenue.
Think, act, be American!
Buy More War Bonds.
MARINE LANDING
Under a dying moon they waited,
Under the smoke lay Engebi;
Naval guns had finished their task,
The only sound was the surging sea.
Nine were assigned to a landing craft,
Camera men and a radio team,
Their precious cargo canvas covered,
Huddled together in Boat 13.
From the shore came a hail of bullets.
Japs in a pillbox held life cheap;
Our first assault wave overreached them;
Death had a rendezvous to keep.
But dead Marines can steel the will
Of frightened men to a calm intent;
Burdened with fieldpacks, carbines, rifle*,
Into the boiling surf they went.
Some found cover beneath the water,
Some edged back to a stranded Jeep,
Living crawled over dead and dying.
Coral beads cut cruelly deep.
Then their faces were set m anger,
Hands burled forward a live grenade,
Concrete flew from the Jap emplacement,
Another landing bad been made.
Dorothy V. Walker
August 26, 1045
Hello Fred:
By chance I looked through
a newsrack while visiting Ledo,
at the start of the Ledo road,
and found, much to my pleasant
surprise, a couple of copies of
your Floridian. Chaplain Blum-
enthal receives them and has
them available for the boys de-
siring them.
You, and many other maga-
zine and paper people, deserve
many thanks for your thought-
fulness in providing this recrea-
tion for a lot of tired boys, anxi-
ous about home and homefolks.
Even I was thrilled to read of
familiar people, the political
contests, the completion of The
Snack Bar that we discussed so
many times.
I have always been extreme-
ly proud of the Miami Jewish
community and its efforts in be-
half of all service men. Wherever
I have been, in a few parts of
the world, I have many times
corrected erroneous impressions
gained about Miami because of
misunderstandings.
The JWB Army and Navy
Committee has done a splendid
job, and I'm happy to note that
they are still on the job, serving
the boys coming home. Nice
going. We took a lot of Sam
Blanks' time. He has been an
able leader. Along with Monte,
Stanley, Zukernick, Sirkin and
the many others like Bertman,
Singer, Weinkle and many oth-
ers, a very fine job has been
done. Your community has gone
to the trouble of learning the
proper way of doing things.
CBI isn't easy, but, now that
it is all over, the work will
naturally subside. In the short
time I have been here, I tried
to get in touch with the many
Jewish men in the area, and
you'd be amazed at the numbers
and how they are stretched for
miles and miles of discomfort
and grime. They have done a
great job, all of them, and we
can't do enough for them.
Please give my best to our
mutual friends, Talianoff, George
Chertkoff, Yussel Rose, Gross-
man, Marash, etc. All of them.
It was swell knowing them.
Hope we can get home soon and
repeat the many friendships,
greetings, handclasps.
Good luck to you, and in be-
half of the boys far from home,
who have had the pleasure of
reading your paper, thanks.
Sincerely,
HARRY HERBERT
JWB in CBI
Any course, shop, technical or
general, will be available to vet-
erans and other adults through
the Miami Dade County Insti-
tute. This school will be operat-
ed by the Dade County Board of !
Public Instruction, in the Voca- I
tional Education Building, 1410 ]
N. E. Second Avenue, for vet- j
erans and other adults, accord- i
ing to Dr. James T. Wilson,
County Superintendent of
Schools.
Dr. Wilson stated the purpose
of this organization is to offer j
to the veterans and other adults i
of Dade County any educational
opportunities that might be de- |
sired by the individual veteran.
The Institute is to be under the
supervision of Don T. Mann, di-
rector of Veterans Education for
Dade County.
A printed folder containing a
synopses of the courses that
might be offered together with
the plan of operation is now
being distributed by all the or-
ganizations concerned with the |
adjustment of the veteran to ci-
vilian pursuits. These folders
are for any one interested in fa-
thering his education, and may
be had upon request to Don T.
Mann, 275 N. W. Second Street.
The Miami Dade County Insti-
tute is being organized to offer
to the returning veterans and
displaced war workers the op-
portunity to prepare for civilian
work.
The school will offer courses
! jn shop and trade training in
the shops now equipped and
available in the Vocational Edu-
cation Building. In addition, ac-
Cpl. Carl Warner, of the U. S.
Marine Corps, is now in Mary-
land, in Chemical Warfare. He
visited his home, 311 17th Street,
Miami Beach, for a week's fur-
lough last month. His brother.
Lester Warner, USN, is now at
Key West after coming back
from his initial cruise. Another
brother, Jerry Warner, recently
enlisted in the Army.
SERVICEMEN'S SQUADS
TO PERFORM HERE
Many brilliant football per-
formers have thrilled South
Floridians in Miami's famed
Orange Bowl, but the collection
of stars will seem slight com-
pared to those who will appear
when Fort Pierces powerful
Amphibs face First Air Force of
Mitchell Field on Sept. 29 and
AFFTC's Skymasters on Oct. 7.
Professional and college greats
are sprinkled throughout the
three squads who will perform
under the sponsorship of the Mi-
ami Optimist Club of Greater
Miami.
Proceeds from the two games
will be divided among Navy
Relief, Air Forces Relief and
Optimist Charities.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pfc. James Sugerman, 25. Ma-
rauders, of Revere, Mass. In the
Pacific. Bronze Stars, and Presi-
dential Citation.
Mrs. S. H. Leslie, President of
the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress in
the Miami area, announces that
this year the Chapter will print
a bulletin, under the editorship
of Miss Malvina Weiss, commu-
nity and civic worker. The
Chapter plans, also, to publish
a cook book, comprising recipes
submitted by Chapter members.
Proceeds will go to a worthy
project to be announced at a
later date. Both the cook book
and the first issue of the bulle-
tin will be off the press in No-
vember.
celerated high school courses
will be available for those want-
ing to complete their high school
education. Arrangements have
been made with leading corres-
pondence schools and institutions
of high learning to offer courses
at reduced rates with supervi-
sion of the study by qualified in-
structors, if sub-normal regis-
trations will not justify the or-
ganization of a class.
Registrations will be accepted
at any time beginning Septem-
ber 10, 1945, at the Vocational
Education Building, 1410 N. E.
Second Avenue, fourth floor.
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Perse will
return to their home on Miami
Beach Sept. 10.
Joseph Rose, director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion,tion, was guest speaker at
the Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club, Wednesday at the
Strand Restaurant.
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Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
Berlin were Jews and that 48
per cent of the doctors were
Jews.
In quoting Roberts, Dr. Hop-
kins was spouting the Hitler-
Rosenberg line. Roberts' statis-
Several broad general truisms tics have proven to be lies. The
linked together make possible use of phony statistics by Rosen-
our understanding of democracy. I berg has been exposed time and
High among these is the prin- again as a Nazi propaganda de-
ciple of equalitv of educational vice.
opportunity. With the impend- A swelling tide of protests
ing opening of our schools and from prominent civic leaders
colleges this subject takes on : ar>d organizations greeted Dr.
timely significance. | Hopkins' remarks. Supreme
The Independent Citizens Court Justice Meyer Steinbrink,
Committee of the Arts, Sciences i chairman of the executive com-
and Professions, of which Her- mittee of the eastern regional of-
man Shumlin. theatrical produc- fn-e of ADL stated that Hopkins
er, is a director, enlisted the co- had "fallen victim to the Nazi
operation of our leading educa-; cliche that the Jews of Germany
tors in furthering the promotion were responsible for the anti-
of equality of educational oppor-, Semitic program of the Nazi
tunity. | party.''
Dr Ernest M. Hopkins, presi- Despite Dr. Hopkins' approval
dent of Dartmouth College re- of the quota system and his
fused to join this movement claim that the college was
holding that Dartmouth College founded "for the Chnstianiza-
is "a Christian college founded tion of its students.' it is signifi-
for the Christianization of its cant to note that the original
students." At the same time Dr. charter issued to the college on
Hopkins not onlv admitted that December 13, 1769 by King
the enrollment of Jewish stu- George III of England actually
dents is restricted by quota but. contains an anti-discrimination
also, staunchly defended that clause. The charter stipulated
practice. that the trustees may not pass
He felt that the fires of any regulations "excluding any i
dangerous anti-Semitism would person of any religious denomi- |
be fanned by Jews who con- nations whatsoever from free
scientiously asserted their rights and equal liberty and advantage
as American citizens. Dr. Hop- of education, or from any of the i
kins quoted at length from Ste- liberties and privileges or im-1
phen Roberts' book "The House munities of the said college on
that Hitler Built."' who wrote account of his or their being of
that after the first World War a religious profession different
50.2 per cent of the lawyers in from the said trustees of the
--------said Dartmouth College."
In other words the quota sys-
tem under which the college is
now apparently operating, ac- i
cording to Dr. Hopkins, is a di-
rect repudiation of the original
charter of the college.
To deny the right of equal op- I
portunity is to deny the basic'
concept of democracy. The pro-
tests that greeted Dr. Hopkins'
statement are ample evidence
that informed public opinion de-
nounces the un-American utter-
ances of this man.
Today, I noted this item in
the Miami Herald: 'Hanover,
N. H.Resignation of Dr. Er-
nest Martin Hopkins, presi-
dent of Dartmouth College,
was announced by the board
of trustees."
A brief news item, it speaks a
thousand words.
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Kesub. of i...i i, of Tuttles Un.
recorded Plat. Tuttles Subdi-
vision Plat book i: paga 8 ,,.
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State of Florida, as embraced In
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ment of wild property under the
;"'! I ertificate Issued was in
the nan.....r t'nknown
8. 43.4s1 of N I73.92" of D. 185'
i of Resub of l,.,i 4. TutUea Un-
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v ,, "',,-','""; County of Dade.
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men. of said property unde the
raid i ertlfi.-ai,- ivsu.-.i w;is ln
the name of Unknown,
nl.ss said Certificates shall ho
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
'JewisiiUutMrn
PAGE NINE
Jewish Issues in Congress
By HARRIET GREEN
[Copyright. 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.)
Congress during the present
79th session, and its predecessor,
the 78th, concerned itself with
a number of questions of parti-
cular interest to Jews in the
United States. Palestine, war
crimes, refugees, immigration,
Fair Empoyment Practice Com-
mittee have been lengthily de-
bated on the floor and in com-
mittee.
Numerous bills ana resolutions
have been introduced on these
subjects, some receiving active
consideration while others lan-
guished. Outbursts against Jews
and Negroes increased, in num-
ber, intensity and blatancy of
prejudices expressed. At the
same time, believers in the prin-
ciples of the Constitution, which
they swore to uphold, have at-
tacked these poisonous manifes-
tations which come, usually, from
a comparatively small but high-
ly articulate group of both Demo-
crats and Republicans. A num-
ber of them are held in anything
but high esteem even by their
own colleagues.
Eight Jewish Representatives,
all Democrats, were elected to
this Congress. Five of them were
r e-e 1 e e t e d i Representatives
Bloom. Celler and Dickstein of
New York, Sabath of Ilinois,
who is chairman of the powerful
House Rules Committee, and
Weiss of Pennsylvania. Two are
newly come to Washington. Ra-
bin and Rayfield of New York,
and one returned after several
years' absence, Koppleman of
Connect ieut.
At least twelve resolutions
dealing with Palestine have been
introduced in the present ses-
sion of Congress by Representa-
tives from eastern, mid-western
and western states. Resolutions
introduced in the previous ses-
sion died when the session end-
ed. The current resolutions were
all referred to the Committee on
Foreign Affairs, where their
consideration was delayed by
the absence of the chairman.
Representative Sol Bloom, who
was one of the American dele-
fates to the United Nations Con-
erence in San Francisco. Rep-
resentatives Barry, Bennett,
Buckley, Celler and Somers of
New York, Hartley of New Jer-
sey, Geelan of Connecticut, Lane
of Massachusetts, R a m e y of
Ohio, O'Konski of Wisconsin and
Holifield of California are each
represented by resolutions.
The Wagner-Taft resolution of
the preceding session of Con-
gress was tabled last December
By the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee by a vote of 12 to 8.
This resolution called for unre-
stricted immigration of Jews to
Palestine and the ultimate
establishment of a Jewish com-
monwealth there The commit-
tee's negative action was taken
in accordance with State De-
partment opinion that "the pass-
age of the resolution at the pres-
ent time would be unwise from
the standpoint of the general in-
ternational situation." At the
same time, the twelve senators
issued a statement recording
their own personal approval of
the resolution.
No resolutions on Palestine
have been presented to the Sen-
ate during this session. Senator
Robert F. Wagner of New York,
however, reminded the Senate
of the Palestine resolutions in-
troduced by himself and Senator
Taft, and by Representatives
Wright and Compton in the last
session, and that free access to
Palestine for the remaining
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establishment of a free, demo-
cratic Jewish commonwealth in
Palestine, to the four Congres-
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United States delegation. Short-
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"You never know who's going to go next," said the first leaf.
Even when the sun shone and it was warm, a storm or a cloud-
burst would come sometimes and many leaves were torn off, tho
they were still young. "You never know who's going to go next."
"The sun shines now," sighed the second leaf, "and when it does,
it gives no warmth." "Can it be true," said the first leaf, "can it
really be true that others come to take our places when we're gone
and after them still others, and more and more?"
"It really is true," whispered the second leaf. "We can't even
begin to imagineit's beyond our powers."
"It makes me very sad," added the first leaf.
They were silent for a while. Then the first leaf said, quietly:
"Why must we fall?"
The second leaf asked, "What happens to us when we have
fallen?"
"We sink down," said the first.
"But what is undei us?"
"I don't know," answered the other leaf. "Some say one thing,
jome say another. But nobody knows." The second leaf asked,
"Do we feel anything, do we know anything about ourselves when
we're down there?"
The first leaf answered, "Who knows not one of all those
down there has ever come back to tell us about it." They were
silent again. Then the first leaf said tenderly, "Don't worry ....
why, you're trembling. "That's nothing," said the second leaf, "I
tremble at the least thing now."
"Who do you think will go first?" said the first leaf. "Oh, there's
plenty of time to worry about that," assured the other leaf. "Let's
remember how beautiful it was how wonderful when the sun
came out and shone so warmly that we burst with life, almost. Do
you remember? And the morning dew, and the beautiful nights."
"Now the nights are dreadful ... so cold ." complained the
second leaf. "We shouldn't complain," said the first leaf gently,
"We've outlived most of them."
"Have I changed much?" asked the second leaf shyly. "Not in
the least," the first replied. "You only think so because I've become
so yellow and ugly But it's different in your case."
"You're fooling me," the second leaf insisted.
"No, really!" the first leaf exclaimed! "Believe me, you're as
lovely as the day you were born. Here and there, maybe a little
yellow spot, but it's hardly noticeable and only makes you
handsomer, believe me."
"Thanks," whispered the second leaf quite touched. "I
don't believe you altogether, but I thank you because you're so kind
to me you've always been kind to me. I'm just beginning to
understand how really kind you are." "Hush," said the other leaf.
Hours passed. Neither of them spoke.
A moist wind blew cold and hostile through the tree
tops. "Ah, now," said the second leaf, "I ." Then her voice broke
off she was torn from her place, and spun down.
And thus ends the story of tha two little leaves.
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JewistHerMian
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7

Some Threw Their Dos Tags Away
(The Story of Jewish GIs In German Prison Camps)
By RUTH KARPE
(Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.)
It isn't generally known, and
it isn't talked aboutbut Jewish
GIs in Germany WERE segre-
gated in PW camps, and did get
the worst starvation rations and
the hardest work details includ-
ing 10 hours a day, seven days a
week slave labor in salt and
rock mines.
I have talked to a great many
soldiers who were prisoners of
the Germans, Jews and non-
Jews, enlisted men, non-coms
and officers. Their stories vary
as apparently did Nazi policy. |
At some camps, no discrimina-
tory measures were applied; at
others, Jews were completely
segregated. Much was up to the
individual commander of the
camp. But while there are many
Jewish GIs who went through
the straight starvation died hell
through which all Americans did
in German PW camps, there
were hundreds, thousands, and:
probably tens of thousands who
went through the most harrow-
ing experiences to date associ-
ated with Nazi concentration j
camps. And many of those
haven't come back to tell the j
story. ...
There were two kinds of Jew- ;
ish PWs. There was the kind j
like 20-year old Pfc. Stockier;
whom I met the first time at an
Oneg Shabbath at Halloran hos-
pital. He came up to the chap- !
Iain's table to say the prayer
over the chalah and cut the first I
piece. He looked like one of'
thoe skeleton men in the docu-
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Bergen Belsen. When he tried
to cut the chalah his hand shook
so that the chaplain had to help
him.
"I never thought I'd do this
again," he said. He had return-
ed from overseas earlier that
week.
His camp was Borga Elster
where 70 GIs died from slave
labor and starvation between
February 29th and April 18th.
The greater part of them were
Jews.
This is the story of how they
got to that camp: They were
captured in Luxembourg during
von Rundstedt's counter offen-
sive. After a four-day march
and a seven-day boxcar ride
68 men to a carwith no food
they reached their first camp.
There they were ordered to fill
out forms which, among other
detailed information left a
blank or put down "Protestant."
Steckler didn't. A few days later
the Nazi camp commandant sent
through an order for all Jewish
men to report to him.
The American non-com in
charge of the barracks protested.
He filled out a Red Cross pro-
test form to be mailed to Gene-
va. Needless to say. it never left
the camp. The following day a
second order came through an-
nouncing that, if any Jewish
men were found in the barracks
after 24 hours, they would be
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shot. So would anyone found
harboring, hiding, or protecting
them.
So the Jewish boys reported.
They didn't want to take a
chance on getting any of their
buddies into trouble. After they
reported they were put into sep-
arate barracks. A few days
later the order came through for
them to get ready to move. A
shipment of 350 was going to a
newer and better camp they
were told.
"I knew they were lying,
Steckler said, "because, in addi-
tion to the Jews, they picked
out the GI's they'd had trouble
with to go on that shipment.
They arrived in Berga Elser,
on the Elster River, five days
later. The day after they were
checked into the lice-infested
camp, at about one in the after-
noon, half of them were order-
ed on a work detail. The Ger-
mans said the men would be
back by six. Six o'clock came i
and went: so did seven, eight [
and ten. The men still weren t
back.
"We were beginning to get i
very worrid. Finally, at about;
11 P. M. they stumbled into the
stockade, white as ghosts, doubl-
ed up with pain, looking like liv-
ing dead men."
They were white from rocK
dust. The Germans used them
to build an underground syn-
thetic rubber factory which they
had to hew out of the rock. They
made them work in stalls of 12.
Four German civilian workers
were assigned to each of these
stalls. Whenever one of the sol-
diers paused for a minute's rest,
the Germans would take a slash
at him with their pick or hurl
a piece of a rock at his-head.
Sometimes they socked a soldier
or beat him up until he became
unconscious.
"There was nothing we could
do," Steckler explained still
twitching nervously at the mem-
(Continued on Page 11)____
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*Jewisti fkridUar?
PAGE ELEVEN
Some Threw Their Dog Tags Away
(Continued from Page 10)
orv "We were so weak by then
that four of us couldn't have
tackled one of the workers.
They were well fed. Also, there
were the foremen. One for every
four stalls. "Thy carried rubber
hoses. They were even worse.
They were responsible for see-
ing to it that the day's assign-
ment was completed. If they
thought a GI wasn't working fast
enough they just used the rub-
ber hose on him."
Stockier still carries evidence
of the truth of his story on his
own body. The thumb of his
right hand is mangled almost
to a pulp. That happened when
he was leaning on his shovel for
a few seconds one day and one
of the German workers came
over and drove a pick into his
hand. They made him go to
work with his wound. He ban-
daged it with tissue paper. They
had no medical supplies. Taking
a minute out to adjust the ban-
dage a couple of days later, an-
other of the German civilians
caught him and hit him over the
head with a shovel. Steckler
passed out. Since Steckler un-
conscious was no good to the
Reich war effort, the German
worker ground his heel into the
Gl's injured thumb figuring that
the pain would make him regain
i ousness.
Those were every-day inci-
dents in Berga Elster. And the
story has been confirmed by
many other soldiers I spoke to.
In Elster and in other camps.
The other kind of Jewish PW's
were boys like Irving Fox of
Brooklyn. That 20-year old ser-
geant went into action in France
in Julyfought in the St. Lo
breakthrough and in the Hurt-
gen Forest. When he was cap-
tured, also during the big coun-
ter offensive, he throw his dog-
tags away. When he was asked
to fill out the form with the re-
ligion question he checked with
the American colonel in charge.
The colonel said it was okay
for the men to fill out the re-
ligion blank, but the GI clerk
who was helping him with the
German form told Fox that he'd
better put down "Protestant,"
Fox did.
He had cause to be grateful
to that GI clerk later. He watch-
ed non-Jewish officers and non-
coms being sent off to another
camp. The Jewish ones were
segregated and left behind. No
one ever knew what became of
them. The Jewish enlisted men
were segregated too. In the
camp they were given all the
dirtiest details. Later they were
sent to the salt mines to work.
Few of them have been heard
from.
POLISH CHILDREN FIND
SANCTUARY IN J.D.C. CAMP
RomeThe Joint Distribution
Committee has established a
special camp in northern Italy
to care for some 300 children re-
cently liberated from concentra-
tion camps in southern Germany
and Austria. The majority of
them were born in Poland and

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FOR
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are now stateless.
I.D.C. OPENS HOME
FOR GREEK ORPHANS
AthensThe Esther orphan-
age, a home near Athens for
Jewish children who lost their
parents when the Germans over-
ran Greece, has just been open-
ed by the Joint Distribution
Committee. It is the first Jew-
ish children's home to function
since the German invasion of
Greece. J.D.C. has also provided
funds for a summer health pro-
gram for about 200 needy chil-
dren. In addition, J.D.C. set up
emergency shelter programs for
homeless Jews, arranged care
for the aged, equipped a medi-
cal dispensary and provided
funds for the repair of schools
and Jewish communal institu-
tions.
BIRD SONG
Birds can sing when singing is
for rest.
Not when the day declares their
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Or when returning warmth dic-
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Birds can have joy though only
grave-yards hear.
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it
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If where we look me miss the
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The song that calls the leaf back
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If everything that's sweet de-
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And only winter threats itself
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If lakes still frozen let the skater
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And chill the surging lark to
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What power has the Spring
which I now chide
To dare the blizzard's blind and
flaunting play?
But ah, the Spring is lady-like
and wise.
She sweeps each finger pearled
in lightning thread
Like molten bars across un-
bounded skies,
Till doom itself must kneel in
saintly dread.
As one who melts the stars
with pains and fears.
Spring bathes all wrath in
tyranny and tears.
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PAGE TWELVE
fJewisl ncridfian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.
Jewish Issues in Congress
(Continued from Page 9)
behind President Roosevelt's
Views on Palestine, and that
there would be no deviation
from the Palestine plank in the
Democratic party platform, which
he and Celler helped write.
From both Senate and House
have come demands that Nazi
crimes committed against Jews
in Europe be punishable as war
crimes. The House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee held hearings at
Which representatives of Jewish
organizations testified to the
atrocities inflicted on Jews in
Europe. Senator Leverett Sal-
tonstall of Massachusetts asked
for a statement by President Tru-
man or the Secretary of State
Stettinius to impress on the Ger-
mans their responsibility for
crimes against Jews of Axis na-
tionality, as well as atrocities in
slave labor camps. The joint
Senate-House committee which,
at the request of General Eisen-
hower, investigated three of the
worst concentration camps in
Germany, reported to Congress
that Jews, Russians and Poles
were treated wife greater sev-
erity than other nationalities.
The necessity for providing
emergency refugees for the re-
maining Jews of Europe, and for
facilitating the rescue, during
the war, of as many Jews as pos-
sible, was recognized by Con-
gressional action. The House
Foreign Affairs Committee in
June, 1944, warned the Hungar-
ian government "to stem the tide
of inhumanity" toward the Jews
within her borders, emphasizing
the inevitable punishment which
would be meted out to the cri-
minals guilty of anti-Jewish bar-
barities. At almost the same
time, Representative Bloom in-
troduced a resolution urging the
Turkish government to speed
the entry of refugees from the
Balkans and to establish tem-
porary camps for refugees from
Nazi terrorism. Similar resolu-
tions calling upon the President
and Secretary of State to use
their good office for the immedi-
ate establishment of mass emer-
gency rescue shelters in Pales-
tine, as havens for Hungarian
Jews, were presented in the
Senate by Senators Thomas of
Utah, Murray of Montana and
Ferguson of Michigan, and in
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the House by Representatives
Somers, Lane and Scott.
Under the authority of a reso-
lution by Representative Samuel
Dickstein, empowering the
House Committee on Immigra-
tion and Naturalization to study
post-war immigration problems,
a sub-committee visited the Em-
ergency Rescue Shelter at Os-
wego, New York, to hold hear-
ings on the future status of the
900-odd refugees, many of them
Jews, who were brought to this
country a year ago under a
plan worked out by President
Roosevelt.
Legislation relating to the
Fair Employment Practice Com-
mittee brought to the House and
Senate floors a poisonous flow
of racial prejudice, directed in
unveiled language against Jews
and Negroes. A Southern con-
tingent in both houses has
mouthed threats of violence
against minorities whom they
accuse of forcing FEPC upon
"whites" and "white gentiles.*'
Most vocal have been several
gentlemen all from Mississippi,
namely, Senators Bilbo and East-
land, and Representative John
Rankin, with supplemental anti-
Semitic talk from Rep. Dan Mc-
Gehee. In consistent support of
these Southern demagogues has
been Republican Representative
Clare Hoffman of Michigan, who
has done more than his share of
anti-Semitic, ant i-every thing
ranting. On the floor of the
House he assterted that Jews
"predominate" in the Federal
Government and exercise dis-
proportionate control over "mer-
chandising, the press and radio."
In counter-balance to these
ugly and recurring outbreaks is
the heartening challenge thrown
out by a growing number of
Representatives, several of them
freshmen, some of them long
members of Congress. Worthy
of honorable mention are Rep-
resentative Mary Norton of New
Jersey, chairman of the House
Labor Committee, who has vig-
orously championed FEPS leg-
islation, venerable Representa-
tive Adolph Sabath, who has
served twenty-two terms in
Congress and who unsuccessful-
ly tried to pry the FEPC bill
(Continued on Page 13)
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SINCERE GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH
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i

A real HAPPY NEW YEAR dawns!
i
Though war and unsolved
problems still plague the world, this
New Year brings more than just a
hope for better things.
The Opportunity and the Chal-
lenge are there: the opportunity to
build a better world, the challenge to
build it on the principles of free dem-
ocracy proven by the United States.
The task and its reward
are ours.
FLORIDA I'OttKH & MOOT COMPANY
.


rpmAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
fJcnistiflcricfrar?
PAGE THIRTEEN
Jewish Issues in Congress
(Continued from Page 12)
I from the deaiTchamber pre-
Led for it by his Southern col-
Leuos on the Rules Committee.
Lon-ontative Sol Bloom, chair-
man of the Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee, who celebrated his sev-
lenty-fifth birthday and is serv-
Se his twelfth consecutive term
n Confess, and Representatives
roller Dickstein, Marcantomo
and P-well of New York. De
?" f Washington, Case of
New Jersey who, despite his
"freshman" status of a first-
termer, called Rankin on his
anti-S em i t ic and anti-Negro
Stements, Hook of Michigan
and Bender of Ohio, the fresh-
men M<.-dames Helen Gahagan
nougla-- of CaUfornia and Emily
Taft Douglas of Illinois. Moving
to the other side of the Capitol,
Senators Wagner and Chavez,
Mead and Thomas of Utah are
deserving of praise for their ef-
forts in behalf of democratic
principles as applied to minority
groups.
The Congressional Record
carried several tributes to Jews
in, and out of, the armed forces.
Representative Dean M. Gilles-
pie, of Colorado, paid honor to
General Maurice Rose, com-
mander of an armored division
who was shot by a German sol-
dier while surrendering. Repre-
sentative George G. Sadowski
of Michigan lauded the "heroism
and sacrifice" of Lt. Raymond
Zussm.in. an official of the
Teamsters' Union in Detroit, who
was killed in action in France
and posthumously awarded the
Congressional Medal of Honor.
Sadowski inserted a laudatory
article about Zussman from the
"International Teamster." The
Congressional Record captioned
Sadowski's remarks, "Detroit
Jewish Boy Kills 17 Germans
Hero Wins Congressional Medal
of Honor."
Senator Kenneth S. Wherry,
of Nebraska, placed in the rec-
ord an address in tribute to Hen-
ry Monsky, delivered by Father
Flanagan of Boys Town in Ne-
braska at a B'nai B'rith ban-
quet.
Under the head, "Carroll
Binder, Jr.'s Tribute To a Minor-
ity," Representative Emily Taft
Douglas of Illinois inserted a
sharp denunciation of "Jew-
baiting," and an appreciation of
a missing Jewish co-pilot, by the
son of the well-known "Chicago
Daily News" correspondent.
Young Binder, himself a pilot
and missing in action, wrote in
his diary, and Mrs. Douglas had
printed these ironic excerpts:
"The Jews have a genius for
finding themselves safe and
sheltered jobs, such as flying
crew positions in the Eighth Air
Force. I can verify that frdm
what I knew about our own
squadron in which 12 per cent
of the pilots, six per cent of the
co-pilots, 30 per cent of the navi-
gators, and 20 per cent of the
bombardiers belong to the taint-
ed race. ... So Mike went down,
and no doubt at the very mo-
ment that his plane caught fire,
some sturdy defender of the
American way of life was urging
that people of Mike's faith be
surpressed.' If I had been Mike
I would not have had the heart
to go on fighting after reading
some American newspaper or
hearing of Jew-baiting by cer-
tain public officials. But he
kept on going in the hope that
decent Americans would win
out in the end. I pray his hopes
will be fulfilled."
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AHAPPY NEW YEAR
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I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF
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Deepest Appreciation to all of my
FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS AND CO-WORKERS
Whose help has made successful our earnest efforts with the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Of which I am honorary life president and
THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED OF GREATER MIAMI
Which I have the honor of serving as president. May God
give us strength to continue in our noble work.
Mayer H. Frankel
HARRY GORDON
CCUTIVE SECRETARY
JOSEPH L. PLUMMER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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PHONE 3-3431
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
WE WISH YOU
A
NEW YEAR
REPLETE WITH HAPPINESS
AND THE FULFILLMENT
OF ALL YOUR DEAREST
HOPES AND WISHES
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HARRY GORDON
DEDICATED
TO THE SERVICE
OF THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
OF
GREATER MIAMI

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PAGE FOURTEEN
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fJewisti fhrkBat)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
The Cantor-Artist and Business Man
By WALTER DUCKAT
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
There are few Jews who at
least some time during their life
haven't heard the tremulous vo-
cal renditions of a cantor. For
the majority of American Jews
whose synagogue attendance is
limited to thrice yearly it may
mean hearing the cantor at his
best. It is during the High Holy
Days that he usually has his
largest audience.
Like any other profession
there are cantors and cantors.
Only relatively few earn enough
to devote the major part of their
time to this vocation. These are
generally associated with large
synagogues or temples. Some of
the outstanding cantors are re-
luctant to offer their services ex-
clusively to a congregation. They
find it more profitable to secure
individual engagements for the
major Holydays, such as the
High Holydays, Passover, Suc-
coth, Shabuoth, etc.
Other cantors will accept
yearly contracts which require
that they lead the service only
once or twice a month. Their
agents scurry about attempting
to find bookings for them for
their free sabbaths. A popular
cantor"s income may be supple-!
mented by singing liturgical and
folk music over the radio, at
parties. Bar Mitzvahs, weddings
and at other gatherings.
In addition to their chanting
of the religious services, most
cantors either assist the rabbi
or officiate alone at weddings.
This is also true at funerals
among many orthodox and con-
sservative Jews. Fees received
for these duties supplement
their income. Several enterpris-
ing cantors have established
their own thriving marriage sa-
lons. These cater chiefly to
smaller weddings which have
become popular during the last
few years. For a fairly modest
sum their owners offer their
quarters, their own services,
those of a soloist, organist, and
a buffet meal. There is little of
the fuss or elaborate prepara-
tion characteristic of larger, more
formal and expensive weddings.
Several of these businessmen-
cantors are reputed to gross over
$20,000 a year. This develop-
ment has made deep inroads into
the income of many orthodox
and conservative synagogue and
their rabbis. The Reform Tem-
ples and their rabbis hardly are
affected since their congregants
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good salaries, the majority of the
approximately 1.000 professional
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from $1,500 to $5,ooo a year.
About 1,500 other cantors are
employed by small and poor
congregations. In addition to
their cantorial duties, they often
also serve as ahochet, teacher
and in other capacities. Some
cantors supplement their income
by selling insurance, others are
practicing attorneys, accoun-
tants, salesman or engaged in
other crafts and trades. One,
Reuben Tucker, has succeeded
in crashing the portals of the
much coveted Metropolitan Op-
era House. His contract with the
Metropolitan is reputed to re-
lease him explicitly from sing
ing on the Sabbath or Jewish
holvdays. .
Annually, the eantoratc is be-
set by the influx of holydav self-
style cantors. These men arc not
professional although they may
be familiar with the traditional
chants and have tolerable or
even good voices. They view the
High Holydays as a means of
earning extra income which, de-
pending on their prowess and
bargaining ability, may range
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why so many non-professionals
annually vie for these posts. An-
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gregations are too poor to em-
ploy a cantor on an annual basis.
The professional cantors asso-
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trol the undignified and indis-
criminate hiring of cantors by
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*JewlsMcridian
PAGE FIFTEEN

The Cantor-An Artist and Business Man
(Continued from Page 14)
Leanizations as central referral
I enures for the employment of
Erion. More difficult to con-
|,ea i is the annual mushrooming
IS'hundreds of halls and stores
IS-heli are converted to syna-
gogues for the High Holydays.
I While a few congregations hire
laddiiiunal .space for their pver-
|C- worshippers, the majority
lif these -quickie" establishments
lare simply commercial ventures.
Ivrequently, halls are hired by
Knprofessional cantors or by
In her individuals for the exclu-
sive purposes of making a quick
dollar These practices lend ht-
Itle credit to the structure and
Kfganization of American Jew-
lish communal life.
Fcuriously, the chaotic and
largely unprofessional state of
the cantorate stems in part from
Ithe democratic Jewish tradition
Iwhich permit any worthy, com-
loetent lavman to lead religious
Krvices. This practice still re-
Imains in the services conducted
daily in orthodox synagogues.
|The custom is based on the be-
llief that Jews need no inter-
Imcdiarv to present their peti-
tions to God. Originally, each
Iperson uttered his own original
prayers. Gradually, prayers be
Icanie fixed and it was found
that it added to the decorum and
beauty of service to have a
qualified person render the
Erayers,
Historically, the position of
Ithe cantor, commonly known as
hazzan. has had an interesting
development. In Talmudic liter-
ature where he is first men-
tioned his functions appear to
have been quite different from
those characterizing his profes-
sional duties today. Among the
duties of the hazzan in ancient
times was announcing in court
that sessions were to begin, simi-
lar to that of a court crier. In
addition, he administered judge-
ment on the condemned (Mak
3:12). In the Temple, he super-
vised the treasures and served
as valet to the priests. He was
also responsible for preparing
them for the regular weekly
Scriptural reading.
He also announced the begin-
ning of the Sabbath and holy-
days by blowing the Shofar from
the roof of the synagogue. Ad-
ditional duties were attending
to the synagogue lamps, teaching
the children to read or acting as
assistant to the teacher. At the
request of the congregation he
might read aloud from the To-
rah. In early Talmudic times it
was not unusual for one person
to serve as judge, preacher,
teacher as well as hazzan. A
similar situatitn prevails todav
among small Jewish communi-
ties in the U. S.
Beginning about the Ninth
Century, the duties of the haz-
zan changed somewhat. He re-
cited the prayers, read the To-
rah and blew the Shofar. (To-
day, these functions arc com-
monly performed by separate
persons.) Occasionally, he also
acted as secretary to the con-
gregation. In time, the custom
arose of having him assisted by
a male choir. Female voices
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their own religious poetic com-
positions known as Piyyutim
some of which eventually be-
came part of the liturgy.
In the 16th Century, one Moses
Mintz at the request of his com-
munity, drew up rules of be-
havior and qualifications for a
hazzan. He was expected to be
blameless in character, humble,
married or at least have attain-
ed his puberty, possess a pleas-
ant voice, be able to read easily
and understand all the books of
the Holy Scriptures, be the first
to enter and the last to leave the
synagogue and strive to attain
the highest degree of fervor in
his prayers. In addition, he was
expected to dress neatly, wear
a long upper garment and knee
breeches. He should not look
about him nor move his hands
restlessly, but should keep them
folded under his mantle.
The position the hazzan oc-
cupied in the community varied.
In the early Middle Ages he was
generally highly respected. In
some communities however, fre-
quent complaints were made
against him. Sometimes, objec-
tion was taken to his introduc-
tion of foreign melodies in the
service. At other times, it was
his vanity which led him to un-
duly prolong single notes. Oc-
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der suspicion. Some of the elders
objected to his incorrect pro-
nunciation of Hebrew or to his
prolongation of the services
which exhausted the congrega-
tion. The choir, too, came in for
censure, for talking and quarrel-
ing with the hazzan durng the
services.
In modern times, services be-
came abridged and modernized.
Synagogue music was recorded
in modern notation and harmon-
ized. Outstanding cantors of
modern times were Solofan Sul-
zer, regarded as the father of
the modern cantorate, Naum-
bourg of Paris, Lewandowski, of
Berlin and Roitman. Today
American cantors have been Jo-
sef Rosenblatt, Hershman and j
Roitman. Today a number of
cantors are serving in the army
as assistant chaplains and in
other capacities.
What the future holds for the
American cantorate depends on
the type of men who will be at-
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standards set for them. Certain-
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*Je*isiincricJto*7
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
Rosh-Ha-Shanoh
Birthday of Creation
By RABBI LEON SPITZ
Our world is slowly emerging j working and working, correct-
out of its war-chaos. War-guilt I ing and fixing, until he will fi-
will be cleansed and reconstruc- nail succeed in attaining that
tion will soon begin. And with
it there must be concurrently a
stirring of the religious spirit
that will both raise and seek the
answer to the why of all that
indubitable catastrophe. Even
while we greet with exulting
eyes the rainbow, we still ques-
tion ourselves as to the where-
fore of that devastating flood.
On, Rosh ha shonoh day,
marked in Jewish tradition as
the Yom Haras Olam the
birthday of creationit is fitting
that we venture forth on this
soul searching, chesbon hane-
feah, expedition.
To our compelling query, the
Midrash gives a bold and chal-
lenging answer:
The Holy One blessed be He,
kept on, from time immemorial.
masterpiece which his spirit has
yearned to create. Just as a
gifted musical composer will
keep on writing his composition,
blot and erase here and there,
until finally there will emerge
the song that will charm his own
soul and will gladden the hearts
of music lovers.
This is the secret of evolution
and that is why it is silly for
people to speak so glibly of the
good old days. There was no
such thing as the good old days;
it is all an illusion, it is all self-
delusion, a fancy without a basis
in fact, just a beautiful bluff. In
the good old days kings and
statesmen could neither read
nor write; in the good old days
the powerful and the rich did
not even enjoy the comforts of
creating worlds and destroying ; life which a poor peasant or city
them, creating new worlds and laborer enjoys today. In the
destroying themuntil he final- 1 good old days the forces of na-
ly created our present world, ture burst forth and caused un-
just as a conscientious author | checked havoc. In the good old
keeps on writing and erasing, | days doting parents devoured
and writing and tearing up, until 1 their own children in the days
he finally sets down the poem of famine, and reverent sons and
in its perfection. Just as a paint- ; daughters chased their helpless
cr or a sculptor will keep on and aged parents into the wilder-
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them down from the cliffs to
spatter teir brains in the abyss
because they could not feed
them or care for them. In the
good old days plagues and dis-
ease exterminated half the
world's population; and murder,
rape and torture were a daily
occurrence. In those good old
days fear and superstition and
slavery and immorality ruled
everywhere. This is a realistic
picture of the good old days.
The Rabbis bid us not to live
over sad reminiscences, but in
the language of Longfellow s
Psalm of Life, be "up and doing.
The Rabbis bid us not set our
thoughts on the past, but on the
future. It is the Prophet who
reminds us that "old men dream
the dreams; the young must
glimpse visions." Let the dead
past bury its dead. Let us Amer-
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our Jewish resilience.
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tion, the sages of the Midrash
tell us.
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day of creation with determined
spirits and courageous hearts
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manity, even on the ruins of the
soon to be-forgotten-pre-war
world.
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differentiated notes:
The shevarim wails and moans
of the broken Jewish life of war-
torn tragedy.
The tekiah resounds the bugle
call of duty and sacrifice and
heroism.
But the third and last resounds
the Teruoh, the triumphant call
that the spirit of man shall
now triumph ov^rthThr^
and tragedies that havt Jort0I>
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*Jenisiifh)ridHar>
PAGE SEVENTEEN
The Citadel of the Spirit of Judaism
By JOSEPH KLAUSNER
(Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature, Hebrew
University, Jerusalem)
When millions of Jews were
exterminated in Europe, it meant
not 'inly the slaughter of human
beings whose only crime was
their Jewish origin, not only the
ruin of hundreds of ancient and
deeply rooted Jewish communi-
ties; it also meant the wiping
out of Jewish religious and cul-
tural institutions. Thousands of
Hedarim and Yeshivoth (elemen-
tary Hebrew schools and col-
leges) were destroyed where tens
of thousands of Jewish children
had studied the Bible and the
Talmud and later Hebrew litera-
ture. Great libraries filled with
Jewish books in Hebrew and
oilier languages were burned
and pillaged. Rabbis and schol-
ars, teachers and writers were
glain or died of hunger and epi-
demics in their thousands and
ten of thousands. And the few
who survived fled and were scat-
t, r< Now there is little more left
to us than the Jewries of the
Angio-S a x o n countries, the
United States of America and
the British Empire. In those
g i e a I communities rabbinical
seminaries and colleges for Jew-
ish -indies are headed by dis-
tinguished scholars. But almost
all those scholars either came
from Easten Europe themselves
or sat at the feet of teachers
from Eastern Europe. And now
that that spring of Torah and
Jewish scholarship has dried up,
it is to be feared that the great
trees whose roots were watered,
by those springs will gradually
wither away.
Again, in America, England
and the other Diaspora countries
Jewish instruction is a kind of
supplement to the general sub-
jects studied in the universities
and colleges of the Gentiles. Jew-
ish subjects are relegated to an
isolated nook of their' own in
the wide realm of human knowl-
edge.
It was not son in the day of
the prophets; they prophesied on
Assyria and Babylon, Egypt and
Canaan as well as on Israel and
Judah. Nor was it so in the age
of the Tannaim and the Amo-
raim, who are mistakenly
thought to have rejected the
Gentile learning of their times
and to have devoted themselves
exclusively to the Torah of Is-
rael. Professor Louis Ginzberg,
a leading authority on the Tal-
mud, quotes a passage from the
introduction to the book of Ho-
sea by St. Jerome, one of the
early Church Fathers, where
that great Christian Bible com-
mentator severely criticizes the
Jewish scholars of his day for
spending their time in the labora-
tories of physicians. The Tal-
mud employs the term "Askan
bi-Dvarim", which means one
who investigates natural phe-
nomena in order to clarify reli-
gious problems. This close con-
tact between Jewish and gen-
eral learning did not cease even
m the Middle Ages; but it was
broken off in modern times.
General learning and Jewish
learning then became two sep-
arate worlds; general subjects
were studied by Jews in the
universities of the Gentiles and
the Torah of Israel in Yeshivoth
and rabbinical seminaries.
The Supreme Providence that
works in Jewish history and
does not permit this small and
oppressed people to be destroyed
foresaw, so to speak, that one
day the Jewry of Eastern Eu-
rope would step down from the
stage of history, and that the
springs of Torah and Jewish
learning would then dry up. And
so it came about that the first
important cultural activity to be
underaken in the period of set-
tlement ushered in by the Bal-
four Declaration was the Insti-
tute of Jewish Studies of the He-
brew University. In December,
1924, this Institute was dedicat-
ed several months before the
opening of the university itself.
It was entirely natural that, in
the Hebrew University and in
the land of the Hebrews, the
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*Jewisti flcr/df/ftr?
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. .o
The Year in Washington
By HERBERT SELIGMANN
(Chief of Jewish Telegraphic Agency Bureau in
Washington)
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
As the scale of war sank
against the Axis during the past
year, Washington became the
funnel through which America
spoke its warnings to the Axis
criminals warnings against
those who were exterminating
the Jewish people in Germany,
Hungary and Bulgaria. It was
a year in which effort slowly
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ill
1 mounted to prepare for the tre-
mendous job of salvaging the
i pitiful remnants of six billion
I Jews in Europe. It was a year
! of effort to open the doors of
Palestine to those who could no
onger find a home in ravaged
Europe. And it saw the begin-
nings of the great struggle to
assure, through a permanent
Fair Employment Practices Com-
mission, that Nazi racism should
be outlawed from the processes
of employment in the USA.
Through the Congress of the
United States, backed up by
stern warnings of Secretary of
State Cordell Hull. America ex-
pressed its indignation at the
"cold blooded tortures and mas-
sacres" of one million Jews
threatened with extermination
in Hungary. The Nazi went so
far as to try to barter these
helpless lives against a rclaxa-
MR. and MRS.
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to the Board of Directors of
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tion and their families, their
many friends and the JcAvish
Community of Greater Miami
tion of the Allied blockade of
Europe.
The year witnessed, too,
ghastly confirmation through
eyewitness reports and docu-
mentary photographs of the most
terrible atrocities in humanity s
history, committed in such Nazi
hells as Auschwitz and Birkenau
where millions of men. women
and children were brutally done
to death. One of these exposeea
was issued by the executive of-
fices of President Franklin Di
Roosevelt through the War Refu-
gee Board.
That Board, now preparing to
end its work, stood in the fore-
front of human salvage work.
It confirmed that German shell-
fire had sunk a Turkish vessel
bearing 250 Jewish refugees
from Constanza to Turkey. It
induced Bulgaria to begin the
process of revoking its Nazi-in-
spired anti-Jewish laws.
During the year, within this
country. Hie trial of 29 defen-
dants on charges of wartime se-
dition dragged through months
of every kind of obstruction by
the defendants and their attor-
neys. The courtroom was made
a forum in which copies of anti-
Semitic literature were passed
out to reporters. Some of the
reactionary press espoused the
cause of the accused scditionists
and referred to the case as "per-
secution." Among the documents
which the trial produced was a
revelation of plans for a civil
war against the Jews in the
United States. Proceedings ter-
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minated in a mistrial with the
death, in November, 1944, ot
presiding Justice Edward Eicner.
In its role of champion of the
oppressed, the United States
took the pioneering step of es-
tablishing an emergency refu-
.'rr shelter, accommodating al-
most 1000 refugees, many of
them Jewish, at Oswego, New
York. They were brought here
by army transport from Italy
and speedily accommodated
themselves to American ways,
and are now seeking means of
remaining here.
Senator Robert R. Reynolds,
head of thc fascist "Nationalist"
party, publicly opposed any more
such havens, while Secretary of
State Edward R. S t e 11 i n l u s
hoped such refugee would be es-
tablished by all freedom-loving
countries of the world. President
Roosevelt, in a letter he wrote
to the National Refugee Service,
praised the spirit of those who
had found asylum in this coun-
try and said the refugees, by
their services in the war effort,
had justified the haven which
had been ganted them.
Again and again President
Roosevelt championed the basic
idea of tolerance. In a Decem-
ber message to the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, he called for a USA free
from intolerance and prejudice.
His tragic and untimely death
was felt as a deep personal loss
by millions of Americans.
His successor in the presidency,
Harry S. Truman, at once show-
ed he intended to carry on in
the spirit of the fallen leader.
President Truman strongly
championed the bill to create a
permanent Fair Employment
Practices Commission. In his
first address to Confess A
new President reiterated til .**
ditional American oD^iti!1^
bigotry and mtoE in *
quoted from SolonioUn Land
that, in behalf of hi" **
he might be give, -an
standing heart." n und-
The cause of Palestine ,.,,.
the forefront of pUg? ZZ
sion throughout the year i
both the House ot Rtpresc'n
tives and the Senate rcK">
were introduced asking far h*.
immigration into Palestine Th
various Jewish '.reani7ati7
the Zionist OrdSSSn
j America, thc American Jewish
I Congress, the American j8
Conference, the American Jew
; ish Committee, and other oreani
zations all included Palestine as
a foremost item in memoranda
which their spokesmen at vari-
I ous times submitted to the Presi
j dent, to Congress, to the Dum-
. barton Oaks Conference and
eventually to the United Nations
i conference in San Francisco.
The preparations by Jewish
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PAGE NINETEEN
The Year In Washington
(Continued from Page 18)
organizations for the United Na-
tions Conference at San Fran-
cisco were painstaking. Repre-
sentatives of two Jewish organi-
zation were among the 42 con-
sultants appointed to that con-
ference and distinguished them-
selves botli in fighting for the
status of Palestine and in break-
ing ground for the new world
biH ot human rights there adopt-
,,! jn principle. The services of
these consultants were recogniz-
ed when one of them, Judge Jo-
seph M. Proskauer, was chosen
to take part in an official State
Department broadcast from San
Francisco on the subject of hu-
man rights.-
Tlii' services of Jewish organi-
zations to the war effort were
ubject of various and re-
peated commendations, from the
Red Cross, the Treasury and the
War and Navy Departments.
Thp ZOA received a Treasury
citation for selling $65,000,000
war bonds within one month of
war l"'iid campaign, and Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein pointed out that
12,000 of its members were serv-
ing m the armed forces. Through
its newly appointed chairman
Basil O'Connor, the Red Cross
expressed appreciation of the
work clone for it by Jewish or-
ganizations,
,1 a ish organizations were in-
sisti nt that punishment should
be meted out to Axis war cri-
minals. They followed closely
the controversy which arose
when Herbert C. Pell, American
representative on the War
Crimes Commission in London,
returned to this country and
charged that preparation of the
war crimes cases was being de-
layed and obstructed. They wel-
comed the return of Supreme
Vto11,1"1 ,J,ustice Robert Jackson
USA War Crimes Prosecutor,
and his assurance that all Nazi
crimes beginning with those
committed from 1933 on, against
Jews in Germany as well as else-
where, would be judged and
punished by an international tri-
bunal.
Jewish organizations were ac-
tive in preparing for the post-
war period and laid before the
President memoranda setting
forth plans for human salvage!
maintenance of rights and Jew-
ish participation in a world or-
der.
Among the Jewish personali-
ties in Washington during the
year were:
Chaplain Rabbi Alexander D.
Goode, of Washington, D. C,
who laid> down his life together
with three other chaplains, giv-
ing up their lifebelts on a sink-
ing troop transport that others
might live. He received the post-
humous award of the Distin-
guished Service Cross.
Major General Maurice Rose,
killed in Germany, commander
of the Third Armored Division,
first to enter Cologne.
Representative Sol Bloom of
New York, chairman of the pow-
erful House Foreign Affairs
Committee, who celebrated his
75th birthday.
Captain Lewis L. Straus, of the
Navy, awarded the Legion of
Merit for outstanding services.
Brigadier General Julius Ochs
Adler, of the Army, awarded the
| Legion of Merit.
Economist Robert R. Nathan,
who with two associates, went
! to Palestine to make an eco-
nomic survey of the land.
The year bequeathed one big
issue to the 79th Congress, in
which there were eight as against
seven Jewish members in the
78th. That was the Fair Em-
ployment Practices Commission
bill. The forces sponsoring that
measure prepared, despite ob-
struction and misrepresentation
in Congress, to push it toward
enactment and in this they had
the backing of President Tru-
man. All in all, a year of tre-
mendous problems looming
ahead, but with th0 immense re-
lief and hope that came with
V-E day and far reaching plans
for the crushing of the German
military machine, for the salvag-
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survived the war in Europe, and
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fjenisii fhridliain
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
Where Are the Jews of Europe?
By MEYER LEVIN
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency War Correspondent)
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
(EDITORS NOTE: Meyer Levin.
Jewish Teli-Rraphii' Agency war cor-
respondent, anil prominent novelist.
who recently returned home after
OOVering the war in Kurope. had a
better opportunity than perhaps any
other Jewish observer to see at first
hand what had become of the Jews
of Europe. He travelled the length
and breadth of that tortured conti-
nent seeking the Jewish survivors.
The following article paints a bitter
picture of what he found.)
For nine months I sought the
Jews of Europe. When a city was
entered by our troops, I went
in and asked whether any Jews
were still alive; in Paris, in Brus-
sels, in Verdun, in Luxemburg,
in Aachen, and in Cologne, Trier,
Frankfurt, then in the concen-
tration camps, in Buchcnwald
and Dachau and Bergen-Belsen
and on the roads where the last
transports were disbanded.
Over and over I have heard
the story. From the beginning,
in France, it was already a dirge,
but as wc went eastward what
we heard in France echoed as
most favorable. In France, it
was out of four hundred thou-
sand, a hundred and fifty thou-
sand, in Belgium, in Holland, the
proportion grew smaller, and
then there began to be places
where the dirge went like this:
Out of forty thousand, one
hundred remain.
Out of twenty thousand who
lived in this city, seventeen re-
main.
Out oi two thousand who
started on our convoy, six re-
main.
Out of a hundred and fifty
thousand who have been through
this camp, three thousand re-
main .
I went to all the cities and all
the camps and then I went back
to the places where people said,
"but more will turn up. surely
thousands have been hidden in
the country, and they will turn
up."
They had not turned up. nine
months later, not in any num-
bers.
I went back to the cities where
they had said, "things will be
better for us now," and in the
German cities, such as Cologne,
the few surviving Jews said to
me, "things are worse. Until our
liberation, we were starved by
the Germans as Jews. Now we
are starved as Germans."
And in Luxemburg and France
the few Jews who had come
back and sought their apart-
ments were having to go to
court to sue for the return of
their homes, and several times
when the courts returned their
homes to them, new anti-Semtic
organization appeared, such as
the "Locataires de Bonne Fois"
in Paris, to try to bar them from
moving in.
I went back to the concentra-
tion camps, weeks after they
had been opened, and the French
had gone home, and the Belgians
and the Dutch, and the Russians
were on the way. and there were
liaison officers from every gov-
ernment to take care of their
people, only the Jews were un-
spoken for, feverishly with mass
anxiety. "Why have we last lew
been forgotten?" they cried.
They had not been forgotten.
But representatives of Jewish
organizations had been delayed.
and delayed in their effort to
get into the camps.
Everywhere, in the cities in
France. Belgium, Germany.
Luxemburg, and even in the
concentration camps, I heard the
same story; anti-Semitism is
stronger than ever. I met a man
who had travelled all through
Slovakia, and he said Jews can
no longer live in such an atmos-
phere. I met a Luxemburger who
had been for six years in a con-
centration camp with others
from Luxemburg, but on the
way home they put him out of
the bus, they were not eager to
have a Jew return with them.
I met an American film di-
rector who had wanted to film a
it'
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scene of a Jewish religious serv-
ice, in the concentration camp
of Dachau, and had asked an
American rabbi cnaplain to ar-
range this service in the main
square of the camp, where vari-
ous national celebrations had
already taken place. The follow-
ing day. Chaplain David Eich-
horn informed this director, Col-
George Stevens, that the camp
committeecomposed of repre-
sentatives from among the liber-
ated prisonershad banned the
open service because "a large
Jewish affair of this kind might
create incidents in tho camp."
Col. Stevens, became red with
reminiscent fury even as he told
me of this. "To find such a
thing, in a concentration camp!
I went to that committee and
told them we were having the
service, and we had the service,
and I filmed it. But to think
that they would have banned
it!"
Yes. we can insist on the serv-
ice, here and there, where we
happen to be present. But those
who have to live against the at-
mosphere, all their days, and
with their strength already gone,
can't do much in the way of in-
sistence.
In Paris, any day, I would pick
up the Official Journal of France
and turn to the back pages and
find a column of Cohens and
Abrams changing their names to
Dupont or Leclerc.
The one remaining Jew
found in Verdun said to me at
the close of the interview." but
I must remind you, I am Catho-
lic."
The first Jew I talked to in
Germany was a Protestant.
And in all. what is left? Nu-
merically, perhaps a third of the
Jews of France are left, but this
includes many thousands who
escaped from Poland, Germany
and Holland. It is not really a
community. The Jewish organi-
zations and corua-esations have
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NEW YEAR
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tions and they hold ,
and they declare that ffS
2LJLW "riled, havin, S3
persecuted as Tne t2? S*}
now rebuild as one sha11
But those who lived th** i
the persecution arc moi^fe*
tic in their partisan viv^"
than ever beforeEach ^
feels that his survival ii JS"
how a proof from he was right right and p?fi
right in all his uhefs M
been spared to prove this J
ihner1BtUh"d7and-,hL' ComaSniS
and the Zionist, ;,nrj Frtwh
Jews of the Consistory arepsJ
chologically as widely apart; as
(Continued on Page 22)
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
,
Where Are The Jews of Europe?
(Continued from Page 20)
ever before though they cooper-
ate more effectively in some
practical matters.
All feel they must be right,
for all have been heroes. The
Jewish youth organizations
fought with the greatest skill
and bravery, in the resistance
in France and in Holland and
in Belgium and in Slovakia,
everywhere their story is the
same. And those who survive
have great spirit, and are the
best of Jews. But thoy are few.
How many Jews survive alto-
gether in Europe. In France,
Belgium, Holland, approximate-
ly two hundred thousands.
In Luxemburg, four houndred.
In Germany, counting Aach-
en, Cologne, Frankfort. Munich.
Leizig, Hamburg, about one
thousand, in all these cities. For
all Germany, at most three thou-
sand.
And in the concentration
camps: Buchenwald, Dachau,
Bergen-Bclscn, Mulhausen. a to-
tal of at most thirty-five thou-
sand, and in the scattered camps
at most another fifteen thousand,
making a possible fifty thousand,
most of whom are broken in
health.
That is all. There are no more
to spring up from the earth.
There are no more places to be
liberated. There are no children
to grow upno more than ten
thousand, to replace seven mil-
lion slaughtered Jews.
From Italy, the report comes
of somr forty thousand alive, in-
cluding the Jews of Jugoslavia.
From the Russian side, we
learn of a hundred and fifty
thousand still surviving in Hun-
gary, and a possible two hun-
dred thousand survivors of the
millions of Polish Jews.
And the three hundred thou-
sand Jews of Roumania. survi-
ving.
That is all. A scant million,
out of the eight to ten million
Jews of Europe. And of all the
communities, all the Jewries
with their live and flowering
cultures, only Roumania remains
intact. Poland, the center of
Jewish life in Europe, is a monu-
ment to the completeness of Hit-
ler's one victory.
Can these communities he re-
established in Europe. Can the
survivors return to their homes,
and take root?
Who are the survivors? In the
German cities, those who sur-
vive are the mix-married Jews,
whose children are half-Jewish
and in most cases the children
who were allowed to live were
only those who had adopted
Christianity.
Out of these people, nothing
creatively Jewish will come;
there will only be individual
complexes.
In the concentration camps,
some few thousands young peo-
ple who are regaining vigor are
to bP found. About half of these
are clearly determined to have
a life in Palestine. They while
away this time of waiting, sing-
ing Hebrew songs, discussing
plans for their life in Palestine.
They are psychically the best
balanced. The others, young
and old, don't know what they
want; they only know that they
do not want to go back to their
land of origin, to the place where
their families were murdered.
Some who still cherish a shred
of hope that a brother or par-
ent may be alive, want to go
back in the hope of a reunion.
before seeking a new life. But
all want eventually to find a
life in America or Australia
anywhere but Europe.
A young, tormented boy in
Bergen Belsen is typical of these
lost souls. He is gifted for
chemistry. He wonders, should
he make his way to the Russian
side, or wait, and trust his life
to the western world. Would
the Russians make a simple la-
borer of him. or would they give
him an opportunity to study, to
become a chemist? And on the
western sidehow long would it
be before he could find his way
to some country where his tal-
ents might flower? All day, all
night he torments himself, try-
ing to come to a decision. It I
means his whole life.
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people? It is already obvious j
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
J e w s In Music
By PAUL GOLD
Though it is not probable it
Kin the realm of possibility
Lt one night before a glittering
fcv at the historic Metro-
B Opera House in New
fork a cast made up predomi-
mlv featured Jewish stars
B thrill the Diamond Horse-
C in Halevy's "La Juive.
[For at the rate that Jewish
Lfi",J have been distinguishing
l,selves at the Met, it may
L tx long before the season is
arki-i by nightly appearances
."these lingers. At one time
Liy the brief mention of List
EJpria d the sum and total of
Crish operatic genius in Amer-
1, lay it has swelled to a
Elablc crescendo with such
kninuu figures as Leonard War-
fen Jan Peerce, Frederick Lech-
er' Mexander Kipnis, Richard
brier Regina Resnik, Mimi
enzdi Jennie Tourel, Thelma
ijtniiui and Martha Lipton.
fcerc are others, too, among the
Caxy but they are secondary
Cures in this fabulous world of
Rgical make believe.
|At least two of the men are
L strangers to the Jewish com-
iunitv in New York. For Ru-
|in Tucker, now Richard Tuck-
X, and Lcchner are still en-
fcmting congregations as can-
| Tucker, the most recent Jew-
to be acclaimed at
toe Met, is the cantor at the
Eooklyn J< wish Center while
fachnei sings at the Central
Enagof in Manhattan. Tuck-
rs tenor career is closely link-
to that of Peerce in more
Ways than one. Not only did
fecrce. too, have a distinct Jew-
flavor to his early career
|e played for Alexander Olsha-
etsky's I and on the East Side
ut the two are brother-in-laws
nd it was Peerce who urged
jucker to become a cantor
Irhen the latter was courting
Sara IVrlmuth, his sister.
I And it was a sardonic twist
late that catapulted List to
operatic fame. Austrian born and
a singer in Germany for many
years, List was at the Hippo-
drome when Europe's first World
War broke out in 1914 and he
was literally booed off the stage.
Bewildered and without friends,
he was championed by Roxy
and Hugo Risenfeld and soon he
was at the Capitol Theatre again
enchanting audiences with his
rich bass voice. So from vaude-
ville he soared to fame on Broad-
way and thence to the Met, and
it is a rich source of satisfaction
to him that several years ago
he was able to turn over 27
medals, most of them given him
by German municipalities, to the
metal salvage campaign.
That was a comparative ges-
ture; List began too, to devote
his energy to helping refugees
and many of them he set up in
business. Today he can be found
dividing his time equally be-
tween the Met and an unration-
ed sports shoe enterprise he set
up for some of the refugees.
But while List has been at
the Met since 1933, many new
Jewish voices have become
heard for the first time in the
last year or two. Besides Tucker
and Lechner, Regina Resnik. Mi-
mi Benzell, Thelma Altman and
Martha Lipton are also newcom-
ers.
Resnik and Benzell, native
New Yorkers, created a great
stir when they were discovered.
A dramatic soprano, Regina Res-
nik graduated from Hunter Col-
lege only three years ago and
after brief training was award-
ed a SI,000 prize at the Met ra-
dio auditions and signed as a
star. Her debut in the historic
opera house was a story-book,
tale. On 24 hours' notice she was
called upon to fill the role of
Leonora in "II Trovatore" when
Zinka Milanov came down sud-
denly with laryngitis. Unshaken,
calm, utterly devoid of trepida-
tion though she had never pub-
licly sung the part before. Res-
nik performed like a veteran
trouper. The acclaim she re-
ceived "made" her.
Where Regina is a dramatic
soprano, Benzell is classed as a
lyric coloratura and at 21 is one
of the youngest of the Cinderel-
las who have made good. Like
Resnik a Hunter College student,
only recently did she become in-
terested in singing and it was
at a summer theatre in the Cat-
skills, caroling everything from
classics to boogie-woogie, that
she fully realized her own capa-
bilities. Her father died and the
family finances became depleted;
working in a department store
didn't help much, so she began
to sing professionally and soon
was engaged at the Rainbow
Room.
Then followed a Broadway
run of "Rosalinda", and the Met,
anxious to encourage native tal-
ent, came to hear. It wasn't
long before she, too, was em-
blazoned in the lights on Broad-
way and 39th St.
Like Resnik, Warren found
himself thrust into fame and
fortune in 1943. Lawrence Tib-
bett became ill one day and
Warren replaced him on short
notice, as the baritone in "Rigo-
letto." H i s performance was
sparkling and he, too, rose over-
night from an understudy to a
full-fledged star. His career had
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PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
Jews In Musi]c
(Continued from Page 23)
heeun after he had graduated
from Columbia night school when
he won the radio audition in
1938 He took up with the Met
directly after that.
Probably the most publicized
career of all is Jan Peerce's.
Born Joshua Pincus Perlmuth,
he didn't known until 12 years
ago that he could sing. For
mar.v years he had played the
violin for bands while his moth-
er wailed that he should study
to be a doctor. It was at the
goldiM anniversary celebration
for Weber and Fields that Roxy
_ who had befriended List in
1914 heard him sing and im-
mediately signed him as leading
tenor on the opening bill at the
Radio City Music Hall.
Poverty had dogged the Perl-
muth family throughout Jan's
early life and his mother had
to scrape pennies together to
have him learn the "fiddle." He
worked his way through school
by organizing a band but when
the fateful moment came to him
he said falteringly to Roxy
"Mr. Rothafel, I'm too short
to go on a stage. I'm too funnv
looking."
Roxy banged his fist on his
desk and shouted, "you're the
tallest man in the world! You're
the handsomest man m the
world! All you have to do is be-
lieve that and it's so."
But his mother, who still clings
to the East Side, wants him to
become a doctor. She can't un-
derstand all this singing, all this
foreign opera business.
Tucker's career was as meteo-
ric as that of his brother-in-law.
Once a runner in Wall Street, he
decided he didn't want to be a
business man and so he went to
study under the dean of Jewish
composers, Zavek Zilberts. Af-
ter becoming cantor for the
Temple Emanuel in Passaic, N.
J., and Temple Adath Israel in
the Bronx, he took a fling at op-
era and sang five times in New
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La Gioconda," at the age of 31.
But next month he will be back
singmg the New Year songs at
the Brooklyn Jewish Center, as
ever.
And his friends are proudest
not of his operatic accomplish-
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friday nights and Saturday
matinees at the Met because of
his religious convictions.
In contrast, Lechner, who was
born in Stettin, Pomerania. came
to this country in 1936. He had
been starred, like List, in his
native land for five years before
Hitler and almost from the start
he was engaged as cantor at the
Central Synagogue. He made his
operatic debut two years ago at
the age of 38.
Tucker, Peerce, Resnik and Ben-
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Altman first appeared at the
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They'll Make The Nazis Pay
By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN
(Chief of the JTA Bureau in Washington)
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The voices of six million dead
will be talking to Germany
through the Reparations Com-
mission which will inventory
German resources and lay out
the scheme for partial repay-
ment of the horror and damage
Germany has inflicted on the
world.
In the slow and relentless jus-
tice of history the Reparations
Commission, in its American
staff, includes members of that
people which Hitler all but ex-
terminated in Europe and which
he branded with all the resources
of the world's formidable pro-
paganda machine as "inferior."
Of the Jewish members on the
American staff of the Repara-
tions Commission, I have met
personally only one. That one is
the associate chief of the mis-
sion. Dr. Isador Lubin. who for
years sat among President Roo-
sevelt's close and intimate ad-
visors at press conferences.
Known as one of the formost
experts on labor in this coun-
try, and a statistician of such
competence and note that Presi-
dent Roosevelt relied on him to
translate into simple terms the
enormous complexity of statisti-
cal matter bearing on the entire
war effort. Dr. Dubin has served
the United States government in
many and varied capacities. He
is U. S. Commissioner of Labor
Statistics on leave of absence for
Analysis, Division of Munition's
Assignment Board, of the Com-
bined Chiefs of Staff. He was
the first U. S. A. representative
on the governing body of the In-
ternational Labor Organization
when the U. S. A. entered that
body at Geneva in 1935.
So Dr. Lubin goes to Moscow
to grapple with the knotty prob-
lems of German industry, Ger-
man resources, and German abil-
ity to reimburse some of their
victims, having behind him a
career that has received the just
recognition of his government.
The other Jewish members of
the American delegation to the
Reparations Commission have
careers hardly less striking in
the variety of their achievement.
Those members are: S. Trone,
industrial and electrical engi-
neer; Seymour Rubin, chief of
the Division of Economic and
Security Controls of the U. S.
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for a
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WISHING ALL OF OUR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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HURRICANE FAN CO.
237 N. W. Second Avenue
PHONE 2-6147
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GREEN BROTHERS
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55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.ALLEON GREEN
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PLUMBING HEATING GAS INSTALLATIONS
REPAIRS MAINTENANCE
18 S. W. 11th Ave. Phone 3-1611
Nights Sunday Phones 7-4275 4-3238
MR. AND MRS.
MAURICE GROSSMAN
AND DAUGHTERS
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and particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors
and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
and all their affiliated activities
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NEW YEAR
Department of State; Abraham
Bcrgson, State Department spec-
ialist in German economy and
history; and Moses Abramavitz,
State Department specialist on
German industry.
These men are entering on
their work not as Jews, but as
specialists, competent and dis-
tinguished in their various fields.
serving their government and
the people of the United States
and the world in virtue of the
democratic tradition that a man
is to be employed and to be
given opportunity to serve on
the basis of his individual at-
tainment without barrier of col-
or or creed.
Mr. Trone's services have al-
ready been world-wide. He has
been a consultant to the Foreign
Economic Administration and
more recently held the post of
adviser, in Chungking, to the
China Post-War Reconstruction
Council.
An electrical engineer by pro-
fession. Mr. Trone has for many
years in the employ of the In-
ternational General Electric
Company, serving them for some
of the time abroad, and not al-
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176 N. E. 20th Street
SEASON S GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
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Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE 2-8181
Seybold Bldg. Miami
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Clients
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TO OUR
th MANY
JEWISH
JL FRIENDS
l
.
otttcrB
. n* mm avi.
ways merely in technical engi-
neering capacity.
In the early 1930's Mr. Trone,
who speaks Russian fluently,
made a transcontinental auto-
mobile trip with two Soviet
writers, Ilya Ilf and Eugene Pe-
trov. Out of his journey, came
their humorous description of
life in this country, widely cir-
culated in Soviet Russia. Mr.
Trone served both as interpreter
of language and of customs for
the two Soviet writers, and there
are frequent references in the
book to Mr. Trone and to his
wife who accompanied the par-
ty.
In the field of rescue and sal-
vage of Jewish refugees from
Hitler tyranny Mr. Trone played
a positive part. He helped to
arrange, through the Joint Dis-
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 J
tribution Committee u, ,
emigration of some W..,*1
to the Sosua CoCy Jf
public of Santo Doming e ^
Those who know Mr t_
stress his searching anaiJ01^
mind, his vigorous VnS1^
the intensity of his thinking 2
reactions which causes the w
to come tumbling from him "*
sort of verbal torrent. B|
This formidable technical ana
on the German reparations
lem is accompanied by a young.
(Continued on Page 27)
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27S1 S. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 4-9209
MR. and MRS.
WILLIAM SHAYNE
AND FAMILY
and the
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701 N. Miami Avenue
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR
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GREETINGS
May the New Year bring Victory for the United Natipns.
and everlasting Peace to all mankind
Florida Linen Service
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That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
fJenittifkridTtar?
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
They'll Make The Nazis Pay
(Continued from Page 26)
er man. equally formidable in
the legal field. Seymour Rubin,
who is but 31 years old in March
of this year had already reached
the exacting post of chief of the
State Department's Division of
Economic and Security Controls.
His educational .experience
wa:i a wide one. Graduated from
the University of Michigan, Mr.
Rubin obtained the degrees of
LLB and LLM at the Harvard
Law School, being admitted as
a member of the bar in Illinois.
His public service began ear-
ly in 1940 he served as attor-
ney tor the Securities and Ex-
change Commission. From 1941
to 1942 he was chief counsel in
the legal division of OPA. In
1942 Mr. Rubin began his State
Department service as divisional
assistant, becoming Assistant Ad-
visor on Other American Repub-
lics on November 7, 1943. The
following year he was made As-
sistant Chief of the Division of
Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. ROSENTHAL
and Family
Extend to all their rela-
tives and friends sincere
wishes for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
yj
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MIAMI MATTRESS
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
Financial and Monetary Affairs
becoming Chief of the Division
of Economic and Security Con-
trols in March, 1945.
The other two Jewish mem-
bers of the American staff of
the Reparations Commission are
also formidable young men
Moses Abramovitz is a graduate
of Harvard, holds a PhD. from
Columbia, has worked for the
National Bureau of Economic
Research and is now assigned
to the State Department for
work on the Reparations Com-
mission.
Abraham Bergson, Harvard
PhD. in his thirties, has been
working in the State Department
for several years and is an ex-
pert on Russian economics as
well as on German economy and
industry.
So these are the men who, as
American representatives and
instruments of the democratic
spirit, will conduct the inquest
into the resources of the Ger-
many which sought to turn back
the clock and wrecked Europe.
They go to turn on the German
scene the resources of trained
minds and experience in tech-
nology, law and international
affairs.
They represent, not merely
the six million Jews whom Hit-
ler exterminated and the hun-
dreds of thousands of others
who have been made homeless
wanderers, but all those people
of Europe who present to Nazi-
fied Germany such a bill as can
never be paid in full. Their job
is to discover just what part of
that bill Germany is capable of
meeting. Their inclusion on the
staff of the Reparations Com-
mission is part of the answer
which has already been made
and will continue to be made
by civilized word to Hitlerism.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
WiringRepairs
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PHONES: 3-62947-3082
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FOOD SHIPMENTS
IMPORTANT FACTORS
Germany Testimony that
food shipments from the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
International Red Cross were
the most important factors in
keeping alive Jews in the Ger-
man concentration camps was
given by Germany's Chief Rab-
bi Leo Baeck in an interview
with the Associated Press in
London. Rabbi Baeck, recently
liberated after two years in
Theresienstadt, stated that, since
J.D.C. was unable to work di-
rectly in enemy-held zones, thou-
sands of packages of food, cloth-
ing and medicines were provided
by J.D.C. and distributed via
the International Red Cross and
other neutral agencies.
BLANKETS NOW ON
WAY TO FRANCE
Argentina Ten thousand
blankets, the initial shipmen of
23,000 blankets made available
to the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee in Argentina, are now en
route to France for distribution
to Jewish orphans and needy
persons. The remaining 13,000
blankets will be sent to Poland,
Belgium and Holland. The
blankets were purchased by the
Junta de Ayuda Judia a las Vic-
timas de la Guerra, the Jewish
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW
. YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
SAM JOSEPHER and
FAMILY
of the
MIAMI SEA FOOD
COMPANY
675 N. W. 6th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
KING'S
SHOE REBUILDERS
"The Best On the Beach"
1679 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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Happy New Year
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COMPANY
10 S. E. 5th Street
PHONE 2-5547
overseas relief agency of Ar-
gentina, as part of the Junta's
1945 contribution to the work of
the J.D.C.
TO INCREASE RELIEF
PROGRAMS OF J.D.C.
South AfricaTo increase the
effectiveness of relief and reha-
bilitation operations in behalf of
the surviving 1,250,000 Jews in
continental Europe, the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and the South African
Jewish War Appeal have signed
an agreement which unites the
two organizations as partners.
"Because of the J.D.C.'s vast ex-
perience and extensive activities
since the first World War." the
SAJWA stated, the relief pro-
gram will be left entirely to
J.D.C, and $1,600,000 of its $2,-
000,000 yearly budget has been
pledged to the J.D.C.
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MAURITIUS JEWS GET
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MauritiusFifty-two hundred
pounds of kosher meat, the first
shipment of its kind, has just
been received by Jews detained
on the Island of Mauritius. The
Joint Distribution Committee
provided the Kosher meat in re-
sponse to requests from orthodox
Jews on the island. Other ko-
sher products have been sent to
Mauritius periodically since 1940
when 1,300 Jews were detained
on the island by the British af-
ter fleeing Europe and attempt-
ing to enter Palestine without
certificates or visas.
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FURNITURE
155 W. Flaaler Street
PHONE 3-4132
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
vjewlsti fhridlian
Relief and Rehabilitation
Perspectives5706
By DR. JOSEPH C. HYMAN
(Executive Vice-Chairman, J.D.C.)
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
In the midst of the distress and
the turmoil that beset the Jew-
ish people during the troubled
years following the advent of
Hitler, it was often difficult for
Jewish organizations like J.D.C.
to attempt a glimpse into the
future with a view to plotting
the course ahead.
The ten years beginning with
the promulgation of the Nurem-
berg Laws were years of increas-
ing gloom. They may well be
designated as the Decade of
Growing Despair. Repression,
economic strangulation, confis-
cation and ultimate expulsion
were a mere prelude to the un-
speakable second half of that
decade, culminating in Maidanek.
Dachau, Bergen-Belsen and the
innumerable other haunts of the
devil where five million of our
brothers were done to death. But
by then the conflagration was
general. The callous world fi-
nally discovered that he who be-
gan as merely the tormentor of
helpless Jews, had ultimately be-
come the scourge of all mankind.
It was during that fateful dec-
ade that J.D.C. had to abandon
all long-range planning and con-
centrate on the exigencies of the
moment. What use was there in
planning when one could hardly
predict what move the arch fiend
would make next, or what ca-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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PRETTY SOFT PRODUCTS
2027-2029 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
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MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE
2432-34 N. W. 7th AVENUE
"PAUL" CARTER, Owner
tastrophic changes Global War
would bring about? To evacuate
Jews from spots where the dan-
ger was greatest, was the crying
need of the earlier days of the
Hitler regime. To feed the eva-
cuated, to clothe them and heal
thorn wherever they happened
to find a place of refuge, be 1
Switzerland or Portugal, be it
Spain, Asiatic Russia, or Shan-
es i was another urgent task.
And during the latter war days,
when Hitler had conquered al-
most all of Europe, it became
imperative to join hands with
the underground forces of resist-
ance, so as to bring a certain
measure of surcease to the
hounded, the starving and the
despairing. It was necessary to
smuggle" Jewish children over
dangerous mountain paths, to
find for them refuge in neutral
countries, or to shelter them in
the homes of kind Christians in
villages and other places out of
the path of harrowing war. out
of sight of the implacable ene-
my.
These were delicate "opera-
tions." requiring a great deal of
ingenuity, but permitting little
or no long-range planning. Often
they entailed great risks and,
sometimes, they culminated in
martyrdom, the badge of honor
that has come during these tragic
years to millions of our people
and to many of its trusted lead-
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 Phone 3-4860
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.
State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE AND DIESEL
410 N. E. 13TH STREET
PHONE 2-1577
Sylvan Paterno Upholstering
1359 S. W. 8th Street
il
Phone 3-0744
Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
MORRIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-5545
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
SISTERHOOD
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR

NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH
ers. In the case of the J.D.C.
man, it should be remembered
that many of them refused all
thought of safety and preferred
to stay at tneir perilous posts.
Nor did they flinch when the
almost inevitable doom overtook
them, as was so tragically dem-
onstrated in the case of the two
Isaacs, Gitterman and Bornstein,
and of Leon Neustadt, all of
blessed memory, who lost their
lives while serving the Jews of
conquered Poland.
Now that we look back upon
these terrible years and these
terrifying tasks, we may well
consider it providential that the
J.D.C. had the necessary resili-
ency, backed by an experience
I of a quarter of a century, to ad-
just itself to these everchanging
conditions.
Fortunately, the Decade of
Growing Despair is now past and
gone. The Jewish calendar year
5705 saw the occurrence of two
events whose magnitude will es-
sentially affect all of the think-
ing and all of the planning of
mankind in the years to come.
These two epochal events were
the liberation of Europe from
i Nazi domination and the adop-
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ^
Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty
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Factory Specialist! On
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Body. Fenders and Painting
Tops and Seat Covers
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tion of the Charter of tho n .
Nations at San Francis^ ^
Clearly, the world has t_J
again towards the li|ht ^ft1
prophecy of Isaiah and of u; ^
about the Ena of Daw ^
"Nation shall not lift Up 2!
against nation, neither shallTw
learn war any mure," U aU?
be given a practical Ut "i
more. And it is only jn tL 5?
pl.cit belief that civSiStffSi
be doomed unless the WS1
comes true, that mankind" 3
the Jewish people as an m\,Z
part of it, can now set about I
repair the terrible damage the*
war vears have wrought.
It is in this spirit that JDC
turns its gaze upon the Jewish
year, 5706. It is still an fij
look. There are a number of
facts, too terrible in their sit-
nificance to permit a complete
change of mood or outlook. Five
million of our brethren perished.
The economic foundation of Jew-
ish life on the continent of Eu".
rope is wholly ruined. The (ate
of 50,000 Jewish children, many
of them orphans, is still fraught
with a great deal of uncertainty.
(Continued on Page 29)
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POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2 3419
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS
PEERING AWNING and FURNITURE CO.
1179 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-7200
GREETINGS FROM
Miami Conservatory
WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING
1737 N. Bayshore Drive
Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah
PHONE 2-5835
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT
ACCOUNTANT
8012 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE
WM. F. FRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.
"THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE"
801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317
Benjamin Moore Company'! Complete Line of Paints
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends and Customers
NEW PRESTO RESTAURANT
22 N. E. 1st Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CORAL GABLES
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO.
41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LOEB and GOTTFRIED
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
ior a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs.
HAROLD TURK
AND DAUGHTER
CORNELIA
AND SON
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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PecansGuaranteed Delivery
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GREETINGS
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MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
OFFICERS and BOARD of DIRECTORS
ol the
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
NOW MERGED WITH SCHAAREI ZEDEK
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2011 SOUTH WEST EIGHTH STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 3-2297
DAVE KLEBER ADOLPH ADLER


PREAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
JenistitterMKbm
Relief and Rehabilitation
Perspectives5705
(Continued from Page 28)
The communal and cultural in-
stitutions which have given co-
hesion and significance and his-
toric continuity to Jewish exist-
ence arc in shambles. Still, the
time to rebuild is at hand.
Oiue again can J.D.C. think
not merely of saving .Jewish
lives but of saving Jewish life,
wherever it is to be found, and
wherever it desires to rehabili-
tate itself.
The 1,250,000 surviving Jews
of Europe will need not only
supplemental emergency rations
of food, clothing and medicine.
They will need also artisans'
tools nid machines and working
capital to become self-reliant
and self-supporting.
The stateless Jews will have
to find new homes and new
opportunities and these the
J.D.C. will strive to find for
them. Many among them will
want to throw in their lot with
the brave pioneers who have
converted the land of the Jewish
past into the land of the Jewish
futurethe land of Israeland
these the J.D.C. will, as it so
often did in the past, try to help
reach their destination.
The 50,000 Jewish children
the nucleus of the coming gen-
eration of Jews in Europewill
have to be properly provided for.
They will need special care and
tenderness under truly Jewish
auspices in order to make them
forget the horrible experience
which marred their youth, so that
they may grow up into healthy
and upstanding Jewish men and
women.
Nor will the J.D.C. neglect to
help each group in Jewry to re-
build the religious and cultural
institutions without which their
spiritual life would remain in-
complete and unfulfilled.
In sketching this program for
the year 5706 whose full frui-
tion is to follow in the years to
come, we have before our minds'
eye the ideal that inspired J.D.C.
work during the 30 years of its
existence; namely, so to conduct
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. J. FARREY
BUILDING INSPECTOR
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETT'S RADIO
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty Third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BILL'S SERVICE STATION
and
Belford s Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida
its work, whether rescue or reha-
bilitation, as to permit the inter-
play of the various forces mak-
ing for a more wholesome and
better Jewish existence every-
where. J. D. C. aims to bring
healing and restore well being,
both physical and spiritual, to
all those of our brothers who
were adversely affected by the
world's greatest calamity. Also,
it proposes to give its coopera-
tion to all other Jewish forces
engaged in similar tasks. Its as-
sociation with the UTA and NRS
in the UJA these many years and
its cooperation with the Jewish
Agency, with OSE, and many
other bodies in various countries
is ample demonstration of
J.D.C.'s capacity for team work
when this serves the best in-
terests of the Jewish people as
a whole. The notable coopera-
tion of the Latin American Jew-
ish communities, the long-stand-
ing and loyal support of J.D.C.
from the United Jewish Refu-
gee and War Relief Agencies in
Canada, are now capped by the
invaluable participation of the
South African Jewish War Ap-
peal, which assumes a great and
increasing part in our programs
throughout the world. This
community, with exemplary
generosity, gives earnest of a
real Jewish partnership with us
in the work of mercy and re-
building.
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Jews On Broadway
By PAUL GOULD
Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.
Historians of stage and radio
concerned with the flourishing
of the seven arts have long since
ceased despairing of the future
of the world of entertainment.
To their minds there is no long-
er even the -shadow of doubt
but that fresh and vigorous tal-
ent will spring up regularly to
lend body and substance to cul-
ture if for no reason other
than the emergence of the Jew
on Broadway.
Consider, for example. Leon-
ard Bernstein, a New England-
born Jew, whose remarkable
career in the classical sphere of
music was underlined by his
smashing success in the distinct-
ly electic field of musical come-
dy. His bright and lilting notes
in "On the Town" have been
hailed by the critics as one of
the finest scores in American
stage history and mesh snugly
with such distinguished prede-
cessors as Jerome Kern. Gersh-
win, Sigmund Romberg, Irving
Berlin, Rudolph Friml and Rich-
ard Rodgers, to name a few pre-
eminent Jewish composers.
Bernstein had previously won
fame as assistant conductor of
the Philharmonic Symphony of
New York.
They are only two of an im-
portant group whose works have
become synonomous with crea-
tive art on a lofty plane.
In a year when Clifford Odets.
Lillian Hellman, Elmer Rice and
Irwin Shawstaunch anti-fascist
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propagandists allwere not rep-
resented by anything new in the
theatre, Edward Chodorov con-
tributed a moving drama, "Com-
mon Ground." Unfortunately it
this can be attributed to the
this can be attributed to he
slump in interest in a subject
that was being handled on he
battlefield by men in arms.
Perhaps, it is significant that
| the Jew has lent his weight to
making the world a bit happier.
In a period when his plight in
the most sparkling stage produc-
tions in America were presented
by Jews.
"On the Town, it might be
noted, was fated to be a smash
hit not onlv because of Bern-
stein but because of his Jewish
collaborator Jerome Robbins,
whose choreography was widely
acclaimed in a jovial story about
two sailors on shore leave who
seek "Miss Subway," a beautous
lass. Meanwhile, two other mu-
sical comedies were likewise re-
ceiving rave notices and were
similarly the work of Jews. "Up
in Central Park" was the joint
effort of two of Lew Fields'
children and "Carousel" was
wrought by the same superb ar-
tisans who gave "Oklahoma" to
America.
Lew Fields, of course, was half
of the stage partnership of Web-
er and Fields and when he died
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he did not altogether take away
all of the Rlorv tnat was the
Fields'. He leit three talented
children, Joe, Herbert and Doro-
thy. The first's instincts gravi-
tated towards pure comedy and
he collaborated on "My Sister
Eileen" and "Junior Miss." Her-
bert and Dorothy, however, de-
cided to carry on jointly after
each had become well establish-
ed with other partners. Herbert
had written the book for "Hit
the Deck," "Fifty Million French-
men," "Du Barry Was A Lady,"
and "Panama Hattie," while
Dorothy had helped shape "Con-
necticut Yankee" and "Present
Arms." Together they had turn-
ed out "Let's Face It," and this
year's smash, "Up In Central
Park." Sigmund Romberg. wrote
the music, Dorothy the lyrics
and she and her brother the
book.
While "Oklahoma" was inde-
fatigabiy carrying on, the team
of Rodgers Hammerstein burst
on Broadway with another show,
"Carousel", the Americanized
musical version of "Liliom." It
may not run as long as "Oklaho-
ma" but to those who were
seeking new entertainment, it
was a delight and a charm. It
won the Donaldson Award as
the "best musical of the season."
The Rodgers-Hammerstein pair
also presented "I Remember
Mama," a riotous comedy, this
season.
Another light and refreshing
playthis time straight comedy
where he wri^^
staged "Dear Ruth'\rBr>>
They are, of mursp m Krasl
and his brother Bernafr,!^
Play about a farce ^i ]1'
fated to produce a rebSL?1*
joyable evening in the h* *
Possibly becaust so aw* i
expected of him, Grower? J
man's 1945 work"Lii aut
Pinafore"-was 3 J ft*
the excellent .standar^iS
other works, but it newrtfcl
was skilled, ingenious SSS
ment, a musical_ comedyT3
(Continued on Page 31)
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PAGE THIRTY-ONE
Jews on Broadway
(Continued from Page 30)
the Gilbert and Sullivan
PHMS. Pinafore." Another in-
Eeterate showman Max Gor-
Cnn the producerhad a new
Kt on is hand with "The Late
Iceors. Apley," a comedy based
Ion Joh'i P. Marquands best-
Iwllini! novel.
I A notable performance of
hhakespeare's "Tempest served
Ito len.l admirable balance to the
Khp-ifical fare this year and no
CSfcnU. Part of the tri-
lurnph goes to David Diamond.
E wrote an original score for
the Margaret Webster produc-
tion Wi.ile it is not comparable
II' Mendelsohn's famous score
Ifor "Midsummer Night's Dream,
Ihis music for this Shakespearean
Inlav is hound to be hailed in fu-
Iture years. It called for far more
Exacting skill and sharper tech-
Iriaue than does the writing for
la Durclv musical extravaganza.
I Similarly, on the radio new
[Jewish voices have been heard.
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AND DAUGHTER
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For many years Arch Oboler has
been writing incisive, elevating
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for the National Broadcasting
Company was even more uplift-
ing. But for Corwin, Oboler
might have become the top man
in the radio writing field.
Behind the scenes H i m a n
Brown, a young man who hails
from Brownsville in Brooklyn,
has merited the acclaim of an
ace producer and director by
virture of his "Inner Sanctum"
and "Thin Man" episodes. Often
a play is a success primarily be-
cause it is well-staged or artistic-
ally produced, but this invari-
ably passes unnoticed by the
spectator audience in view of
the absorption in plot. Brown's
work served to underscore the
importance of the man behind
the throne.
The radio has also become
pleasantly augmented by several
new stars strictly concerned with
singing. Among them are Rich-
ard Tucker, Robert Merrill and
Elaine Malbin. Tucker is the
former cantor of the Brooklyn
Jewish Center who received a
private audition at the Metro-
politan Opera Company and was
subsequently signed to star in
tenor roles. He sang on the
"Chicago Opera of the Air" Sat-
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starred her on his radio show
and it is said that she is being
screen-tested for future Holly-
wood stardom.
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That house over yonder
Makes me sit and ponder
Two boys there, have gone
away,
To fight in war
For their country and more.
To make those oppressors pay.
And so their children may
Grow up in a way
That, all people want and
adore.
And so, they fight
For freedom, that's right
To have and to hold mainly
four.
First, freedom from fear
That in this passing year
We've learned to want more
than all.
And so, we MUST get
Those war lords, or yet
The freedom, we've fought for
will fall.
Second, we'll teach
Freedom of speech.
To all people here and afar.
So, the rest of the years
Good news, comes to ears
And no country will suffer a
mar.
Third, we may pray
In any such way
Our religion requires, or is.
Freedom from want, next
And these will be written in
the text
Of History-under-"What Free-
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO
9-Jewistncridiaiti
A New Year Message
For a happy, united Jewish people, in the midst of our
brothers of every faith, with whom we wish to labor for a
better world.
By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
This New Year's message is writ-
ten by I)r. Jacob H. Kaplan. Ilabbl
Mnieritii.x of Temple Israel. Miami.
I>r. Kaplan was the first president of
the Greater Miami Kabbinieal Asso-
ciation and the Florida Slate Itubbl-
iiI.mI Association, both of which he
Dresently heads. The measnise Is
Written on behalf of both organisa-
tions,
As president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, as
Well as president of the State
Rabbinical Association. I take
pleasure, respectfully and rev-
erently, to greet my fellow Jews
everywhere on this sacredly hal-
lowed day of New Year.
In the midst of the greatest
tragedy that has befallen the
world and in greatest measun
the Jews of the world, what
we say except that we pray God
to have mercy upon all til
dren of men, and give US -k is*
and understanding heart Ic build
a better world, a relig .
ceptable world unto :...
of us all.
I plead for Unity
Unity of all the families of the
earth.
We Jews have been fight ins
each other with uncomphmen-
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tary words when we should
spend our energies to find means
of respecting and honoring each
other. The United Palestine Ap-
peal could not agree with the
J.D.C. The Orthodox excom-
municate one of the great schol-
ars in Israel for the same reason
that the Greeks called Socrates
an atheist because these Ortho-
dox and those Greeks could not
understand a man greater than
they. The Zionist accuse the
Anti-Zionists, the Reform Jews
of the last decades accuse the
:n Jews of the present
ged environment of life.
American Council for Judaism
and the present day Reform
Jews accuse each other in com;
\ misunderstandings.
Everybody talks about religion
istinguishing character-
U Jew, and yet no two
Jews mean the same thing by
religion. Some think of reli-
as ritualistically observant
as prescribed in past centuries,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
others speak of religion in Mi-
cah's definition, "to do justly, to
love mercy and to walk humbly
with thy God." There are mil-
lions of Christians, Mohamedans
and others who accept the pro-
nouncement of Micah as their
definition of religion. There are
other factors than any of the
various definitions of religion
that make a man a Jew. As a
people who have had four thou-
sand years of history and hero-
ism in suffering, and nobility of
character, all for the sake of
what each one calls his religion,
his Judaism, why can not we to-
day respect and understand each
other, and allowing for pluralism
in religious thought and a politi-
cal outlook, and work together
with superhuman intelligence
and good will, for remnant of
Israel and the dignity of every
human being.
This, then, is my prayer to
God. for the House of Israel:
Give us a wise and understand-
ing heart, intelligence and good
will, on this New Year, to honor
and respect each other, to labor
iiu ioi me dignity of ?
ahty of every child 5 *i5
God. hear our Zy^^
mercy on us. Cast us SSt h**
from Thy presence and \ a"
Thy holy spirit from^ftg
Mr. and Mrs. Lewi, Gr*.*
Wish to the Rabbi, the ft!
gregation and WiffV*
MIAMI JEWISH "*
ORTHODOX CONG
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
vJkwisti Fhridliari
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
Planning Jewish Community
Organization
By H. L. LURIE
(Executive Director Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds)
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The past year has been a year
of memorable events memor-
able in world affairs, and in
Jewish history- An event com-
parable to the deliverance of
Israelites from Egyptian bond-
age was the unconditional sur-
render of the armed forces of
Nazi Germany, marking the end
of a thirteen year period of dis-
aster for the Jews of Europe.
The pitifully few Jews who have
survived concentration camps
and murder factories give elo-
quent testimony to the cruelties
RABBI AND MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
to the Officers. Directors and
Members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filiated organizations and to
all Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
AV1GDOR GOLDEN
and FAMILY
Extend their Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY. HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to the Jewish Community
of Miami and Miami Beach
in particular, and to the
House of Israel generally.
RABBI AND MRS.
SAUL.B. APPELBAUM
Extends to all Jewry and
members of Temple Israel
wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
4>
CANTOR and MRS.
MAURICE MAMCHES
TAMRA ELAINE.
WILLIAM and VALERIE
wish for all Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
DAUGHTER AND SON
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth David Con-
gregation,
A Happy cmd Prosperous
NEW YEAR
and massacres perpetrated
against the 6,000,000 Jews of
Western Europe since the out-
break of World War II.
Helping to bring about the
end of this holocaust of destruc-
tion were approximately 500,-
000 Jews in the armed forces of
the United States, plus other
large sections of the Jewish
population directly involved in
the war effort.
Next to victory itself, the most
positive aspect of the war ef-
fort for Jews as well as for all
?
RABBI AND MRS.
LEON KRONISH
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Beth Sholom
Center, its Sisterhood and
Jewry at Large
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CANTOR AND MRS.
ABRAHAM FREIDMAN
extend to all Jewry, and
particularly the officers and
members of Beth David
Congregation, sincere and
heartfelt wishes for
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
SIMON APRIL
AND FAMILY
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
worshipers of
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONG, and SCHAAREI
ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CANTOR
and
MRS. JULIUS
ROSENSTEIN
1401 ALTON ROAD
wishes for all Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter Rena Rahel and
sons Efrom Zev and
David Joseph
wish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, Miami Beach.
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
To the Rabbis and their congregations of the State of
Florida. Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Hap-
piness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory
and Peace.
Sincerely,
2aco& U. Kaplan
Pres. Florida Rabbinical Association
minority groupsand in fact for
the entire countrywas the in-
creased national unity and the
consequent retreat of divisive
elements to underground and in-
direct channels.
The spirit of organization en-
gendered by the general war
effort affected local as well as
national action. In Jewish life
it had a particularly salutary ef-
fect. In order to secure maxi-
mum support for the local, na-
tional and overseas needs which
confronted Jewish communities,
it was found necessary to main-
tain strong year-round organi-
zation and planning, rather than
isolated and sporadic efforts. In
no other way could the commu-
nities have taken advantage of
the unprecedented availability
CAPT. AND MRS.
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
AND FAMILY
Extend to all Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
Hi
RABBI AND MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and par-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR
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NEW YEAR
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S. M. MACHTEI
AND FAMILY
Extend to all Jewry
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
LASARUS LEHRER
Extend to all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members of
B'NAI ZION CONGREGA-
TION, of Key West. Florida
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
CANTOR AND MRS.
EMANUEL BARKAN
AND FAMILY
extend best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New
Year to the Board of Direc-
tors of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, their fami-
lies, the members, and to all
Jewry.
*
of funds, the great readiness of
people to contribute, the effect
of government taxes and other
factors which have weighed
heavily on the side of achieving
record breaking campaign totals.
It was in the field of com-
munity organization that the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds made its pri-
mary contribution. Basically the
objective of the Council's work
is to develop and strengthen rep-
resentative local community or-
ganization to meet effectively
community obligations and prob-
lems.
Already 235 cities, seeking to
develop Jewish communities
alert to Jewish needs, have be-
come members of the Counci.
The aid which the Council has
given to them has helped to fo-
cus all points of view in de-
veloping services to meet these
needs, and to mobilize all re-
sources and the participation of
all groups to make the services
effective.
It is too early in the fiscal
year to cite 1945 fund raising
results although it is safe to pre-
dict that they will be the highest
which Jewish communities have
ever reaized. An analysis of
contributions to Jewish welfare
funds and federations during the
year 1944 reached an all time
high. Records of 173 members
of the Council indicate they
raised $41,411,410 in that year
an increase of 67.2 per cent over
1942 and 23.7 per cent over 1943.
Favorable campaign results
were attained in large as well
as in small communities. Large
communities with campaigns for
$500,000 and over bettered their
1943 record by 19.4 per cent. In-
(Continued on Page 36)
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green
Wish to the Rabbi, the Con-
gation and Friends of the
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
And all Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE GREETINGS
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
tji
Judge and Mrs.
MORRIS BERICK
JOY and
FRANK MARTIN
yj
A MOST HAPPY
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Phone 3-3658
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
* Jewish Heridian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 fr
/ieiiw Under The World
Security Charter
By DR. MAURICE L. PERLZWEIG
(Head of the Political Department of the World Jewish
Congress)
Adoption of a Charter for the
United Nations marks a turn-
ing point in the history of hu-
manity. Unlike the League of
Nations, the new organization is
based on the union of power and
responsibility. That is the sim-
ple and sufficient justification
of the so-called veto power.
In spite of some obvious im-
perfections, the new charter is
not undemocratic in spirit and
quality. To give Luxembourg,
with a population of 300,000, the
same representation and respon-
sibility as the United States with
a population of 135.000,000 would
be less and not more democratic,
even as it would be less and not
more realistic. Under the system
which lias now been adopted,
the countries which have made
the greatest sacrifices will carry
the greatest responsibility in the j
effort to avert further wars.
A sound and common-sense
principle of organization has j
been adopted which at the pros- i
ent time, forms the basis of
mankind's best hope for a war-
less world. But the machinery
which has been established will
not fulfill its functions unless
those who operate it do so in the
right spirit. The promise impli-
cit in the Charter can only be
fulfilled by the united action of ,
the great powers.
In the Held of human rights
there is even more premise and
less fulfillment than in the
sphere of international security.
Enthusiastic orators and writers
during the past few weeks have
grossly exaggerated the achieve-
ment of San Francisco in the
sphere of human rights. It is no
service to the cause of humanity
to circulate inspired fictions,
which can only lead to disillu-
sionment and cynicism when
they are inevitably exposed.
The brutal fact is that no
single human of any kind is
either guaranteed or protected
by the provisions of the Charter.
That was not an oversight. Rep-
resentatives of minority groups
urged that a least the most ele-
mentary rights should be made
a condition of membership in
the United Nations. But this
view was deliberately rejected
by the leaders of the govern-
ments who. for one reason or
another, felt that it was prema-
ture to adopt anything like an
International Bill of Rights at
this conference.
The most that they were pre-
pared to do was to put on the
new organization the obligation
"to encourage respect for'' hu- j
man rights. That is a very dif- ;
ferent thing from undertaking to
guarantee or to protect human |
rights In this field, the new
organization is authorized to |
preach against sin, but is not |
given the legal right to restrain
the sinner.
The claim has been made, and
unfortunately, by certain Jew-
ish spokesmen, that henceforth
no country will be able to put
forward the plea that an at-
tempt to ensure equal rights to
all of its inhabitants is interfer-
ence in its internal affairs.
Unhappily, the exact contrary
is true. In the most explicit
terms, the new organization is
precluded from taking up any
matters which any country con-
siders to come essentially within
the sphere of its domestic Juris-
diction. In this respect, the Char-
ter marks a deterioration from
the position taken up in the
Dumbarton Oaks proposals. Un-
der these proposals, the subjects
excluded from the purview of
the organization are those which
are described as being '-solely
and not "essentially within the
fiold of domestic jurisdiction;
ami under the Dumbarton Oaks
proposals the definition pf do-
mestic jurisdiction was that ot
international law, while under
the charter this definition has
been abandoned.
In short, the right of every
country to be the judge in its
cause in respect to human rights
is carefully preserved. When it
is remembered how restricted is
the exercise of human rights in
some of the countries represent-
(Continued on Page 35)
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
+Jewish flcrkiian
Jews Under the World
Security Charter
(Continued from Page 34)
cd at San Francisco, it will be
seen that the immediate effect
of the adoption of an obligation
"to encourage respect for hu-
man rights" is likely to be very
limited.
Nevertheless, the charter con-
tains provisions which give an
opportunity to the friends of
liberty, if they have the will and
the energy, to expand greatly in
the coming generation the area
of protecting human rights
everywhere. The Constitution of
the "American Union, when it
was first adopted, did not con-
tain a Bill of Rights. That Bill
of Kights had to be added sub-
sequently, and often in the teeth
of strung opposition. The same
procedure will have to be adopt-
ed by those who really believe
in the principles which the new
organization has at least to en-
courage,
Though the guaranty of hu-
man rights is not achieved, the
charter nevertheless marks an
important step forward in that
field. The definite gains may be
listed as follows:
V A new world organization is
established that is strong enough
to undertake the task of pro-
moting, and evenually protect-
ing, human rights.' Without such
an organization, the outlook
would be dark indeed for many
minorities,
2) For the first time in the his-
tory of mankind the human
rights and fundamental free-
doms of men and women every-
where are brought within the
competence of an international
organization. The organization
is at least empowered to take
the first step toward the enact-
ment of an International Bill of
Rights.
3) A commission on Human
Rights is established, if it does
its work adequately, will keep
a watchful eye on the situation
in respect to human rights in
every country. All who are
dedicated to the cause of de-
mocracy can by united action
eventually make of the Com-
mission on Human Rights the
spearhead in the struggle for
liberty; and in cases where dis-
crimination and persecution are
carried to a point, as in 1933,
where they became a menace to
the general welfare, the assem-
bly is undoubtedly authorized
by the Charter to take steps
which might lead to action on
the part of the Security Council,
the only body endowed with real
power under the charter.
Morever it must not be over-
looked that the new organization
will be empowered to create
specialized agencies, in associa-
tion with the Economic and So-
cial Council to perform the prac-
tical functions of rehabilitation
and the resettlement of refugees
which would help to re-establish
the conditions of economic and
social stability in which alone
true liberty and democracy can
flourish.
All this is not without its
significance, but in the interests
of truth I must repeal that the
Charer, as it stands at present,
does not guarantee or protect a
single right. The charter is a
promise. It is not a fulfilllment.
But the promise has not been
made by some external power.
The democratic countries, which
today exercise the military pow-
er of the world, have made that
promise and it depends on the
vigilance of their peoples wheth-
er the promise will be fulfilled.
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
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'WE BELIEVE IN THE SOUTH"
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
QUESTION: Why is the Sho-
lar blown on Rosh Hashana?
Why is a ram's horn used as a
Shofar
Was the Shofar blown upon
any other occasion?
Is our blowing of the Shofar
on Rosh Hashana connected in
any way with the horn blowing
on New Year?
ANSWERS: It seems quite ap-
parent to the observer that the
most cardinal characteristic of
the New Year is the blowing of
the Shofar. Indeed its original
Biblical name was "a day of
blowing" and not the later pre-
scribed name of Rosh Hashana.
Yet, it must also be remembered
that Rosh Hashana was not the
only day of the year on which
the sounding of the horn or
trumpet was ordained. The
Bible explicitly decreases the
blowing of "chatzontzros" (cla-
rions) on every first of the
month as well as on all holi-
days. On these other occasions,
it is true that silver trumpets
were blown whereas on the sol-
emn days surrounding Rosh
Hashana, the simple wind in-
strument made out of a ram's
(Continued on Page 38)
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 i.fi
Planning Jewish Community
Organization
(Continued from Page 33)
termediate sized communities
showed increases over 1943 rec-
ords by 19.4 per cent. Intermedi-
ate sized communities showed
increases over 1943 of from 32.3
per cent to 36.6 per cent. A
somewhat higher increase43.4
per cent was reported by many
small communities which had
raised less than $10,000 in pre-
vious years. That the same pat-
tern of greatly increased fund
raising will prevail during 1945
seems likely on the basis of
Spring campaign reports.
The gravity of the needs and
the availability of funds have
combined to place a greater ob-
ligation upon communities for
planning wisely their expendi-
tures. This has called for more
intelligent budgeting, better or-
ganization, involvement of a
greater spread of community
representatives on budget com-
mittees, and more information
and better use of it, including a
more careful analysis of the
needs and expenditure of bene-
ficiary agencies. In this area the
budget services of the Council
are helping to improve local
practices.
This area of interest has be-
come so intense that this year
the Council's board of directors
approved in principle a report
favoring national advisory bud-
geting/subject to the acceptance
of such a program by its mem-
ber agencies. The program, it
adopted, would provide for re-
view by a representative na-
tional committee of the budget*
of national and overseas agen-
cies and would report the find-
ings to the member agencies as
a guide in distributing the fund*
raised by each community.
It is worthy of mention that
the Council came into existence
st one year before the holo-
caust in Europe, which cuhmi-
nated in World War II, began to
take shape in Berlin. The Coun-
cil at its pre-organization meet-
ing that year acted under the
pressure of the economic de-
pression which threatened a
weakening and even the collapse
of private social agencies. The
original membership of 19 com-
munities realized then that joint
planning to avoid this calamity
was essential and created the
Council as an organization for
this purpose.
The tangible accomplishments
of American Jewish communities
in the fields of social planning
and in raising maximum funds
to stem the tide of suffering
overseas bear out the validity of
such a central organization.
As a result of this joint think-
ing and exchange of experiences
and ideas, the Jewish communi-
ties have been able to keep
abreast of their social needs.
Evidence of this can be found
in the functional services where
the trend in 1945. as in the en-
tire war period, has been to cov-
er a broad area of community
needs. With high war-time in-
comes, full employment, and in-
creasing use of hospital group
insurance plans, the need for
economic assistance has been
greaty diminished. However, to
encourage families of moderate
means to apply to case work
agencies to solve personal and
family adjustment problems a
non-profit fee charging service
began thiee years ago by the
New York Social Service Asso-
ciation, now has been adopted
SEASONS BEST WISHES
TO ALL
hi
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTIST
Congress Building
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Beach Nurseries
4298 Chase Avenue
Miami Beach
bv agencies in other cities.
In child care, 1945 saw con-
tinuation of the tend from insti-
tutional to foster home care, a
pracice which has been held
back only by the war-time gen-
eral housing shortage plus the
entrance of more women in in-
dustry. ,
Increasing longevity and low-
er birth rates is directing the
thinking and planning of social
agencies to giving greater at-
tention to the problems and
needs of the aged and chronic
ill. This is taking shape in ad-
vanced types of foster homes
hospital, medical, institutional
and case work services lor the
aged, coordinated in a com-
munity pattern.
Considerable interest was evi-
denced in 1945 in gearing com-
munity services to meet the
needs of returning veterans.
While the number who have re-
turned from service is still
limited, it is anticipated that
the needs will increase with de-
mobilization. Services to sup-
plement governmental and oth-
er general provisions available
to the veteran have been recog-
nized as a responsibility of the
Jewish community, and Jewish
agencies are participating in
general veterans information
and service centers which have
been established in many cities
in order to direct the veterans
to the agencies competent to
serve him. ,
Many communities have De-
eun to make comprehensive sur-
veys of their Jewish educational
facilities, and to make definite
recommendations regarding or-
ganization, facilities and teacher
training for both elementary and
adult groups.
Also on the increase were the
number of cities which have de-
veloped local public relations
services to improve group re-
lationships and thereby lessen
the dangers of anti-Semitism.
The trend towards reorganiz-
ing community structures was
(Continued on Page 40)
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
lil
Mr. and Mrs.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SUNLIGHT
BEAUTY SCHOOL
1011 N. W. Second Avenue
PHONE 2-9998
Best Wishes for a Happy.
New Year
Chas. M. Tcmnenbaum
of
The Bryan Park Pharmacy
BEST WISHES FOR
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Magic City Transfer
COMPANY
901 N. W. 5th Avenue
Phone 2-4072
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
EDWARD ROTH
AND FAMILY
III
THE SEASON'S BEST
WISHES
RAY'S PAINT and
BODY SHOP
168 N. W. First Street
PHONE 3-7624

SEASONS GREETINGS
Automobile and
Home Radio Repair
Buy and Sell Used Radios
Complete Line
FARM BATTERY SETS
Bring In for Free Estimate
TRAIL PQKTIKC
1305 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-2113
i u
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
P. A. AUSLEY
66 N. W. 4th Street
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Greeting* To Our Many
Jewish Friends and
Patrons
VARSITY CLEANERS
208-10 Alhambra Circle
Phone 4-6602
CORAL GABLES
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To Our Patrons and Friends
A Most Happy New Year
MINNA LEE YOUNG
COLONY SHOP
603 LINCOLN ROAD
y
Also Visit the
BIG BROTHER SHOP
WILSON'S YOUNG
MEN'S SHOP
557 LINCOLN ROAD
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
BERNI
HOTEL
O. FISCHER, Mgr.
204 Biscoyne Blvd.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR
Dade Paper & Bag Co.
144 N. E. 21st Street
TO ALL
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
BETSY
ROSS
HOTEL
1440 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH.
FLA.
A Most Happy New Ye,,
Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Alibey
To Our Many Friends
and Patrons
We Extend Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CAUSEWAY INN
400 N. E. 13th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. GEORGE BERNARD
Postal Building Miami, fu.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Hi
I
CITY PLATING CO.
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-7139
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
Brown's Safety Service
10 N. W. 36th St.
PHONE 2-4602
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR

BONITA GARDENS
2150 N. W. 36th St.
PHONE 3-5367
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-9315
Dining Room, Counter and
Curb Service
FULL COURSE DINNER
BLUE PLATE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WEBER. THOMPSON
& Lefcourt
ACCOUNTANTS and
AUDITORS
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 3-6393
The Season's Best Wishes
HENRY BERNEY
of
B ERNE Y'S
Service Station
1701 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9632
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
American Bonding
Company
Civic Building
PHONE 2-5708
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Twin Oaks Grille
Restaurant
628 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-8810
Abe Turoff Milton ParoH
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHINATOWN
CHARLIE'S
1720 Alton Road
Miami Beach
y
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
BANANA SUPPLY
COMPANY
3052 N. E. First Court
PHONE 2-1774
ALBERT'S
PHOTO STUDIO
HIGH CLASS PORTRAITS
EXPERT COPY WORK
PASSPORTS
KODAK
PHOTO FINISHING
218 N. E. let Avenue
PHONE
2-8629
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many
Customers
BEACHCOMBERS
RESTAURANT
121 N. E. First Street
GREETINGS
for
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIE BANDEL
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.jDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewisti Fhrldian
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
Out of the Darkness
(A Rosh Hashannah Message)
By DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
President, Zionist Organization of America
[rhi. year 5705 will go down in
L -mnals of history as marking
Ep decisive defeat of the pro-
Unists of a vile culture and
' inhuman philosophy. At
rtsclam. representatives of the
ut-mding democratic nations
'. i preliminary judgement,
harmony and accord, and de-
-tated upon the fate of those
fcho were most responsible for
tp cataclysm which has m-
ndatid the world for these
hanv years and has brought un-
hid hardship and suffering upon
L neoples of all countries
A visit to the concentration
amps eves only an inkling of
1 indescribable horrors, phy-
Ical torture and moral degra-
ation that were endured by the
Efortunate vicims of Nazi ter-
W To the survivors, broken in
lodv and spirit, a mere token
lumber of the many millions
,ho will never again raise their
oices ,o demand justice, the ex-
ericnas which they had under-
lone will leave an indelible
hark But the blot on the con-
fciciice of the world can and will
t erased from the memory of
Lnkind. if those who have laid
>wn their lives on the altar of
vilization are to be vindicated.
The San Francisco Conference,
pnsidered within the frame-
work of the future, is the begui-
ling o! what we hope to be the
fatten) of the world tomorrow,
he Potsdam Agreement brings
the design into bolder focus.
o year r>706 ushers in an era
! decisiveness and finality._____
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR.
OSCAR
BLASIUS
1688
Meridian
Avenue
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CARRIB
NOVELTY CO.
Imported and Domestic
Novelties
306 Congress Building
PHONE 3-0110
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CORTEZ
COFFEE
SHOP
241 N. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 2-5171
Phone 5-7111
EIFIEtn
SHOP
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
To the Jews of liberated Eu-
rope victory has not yet come.
Some have been repatriated;
many arc stranded, homeless,
hungry, bereft of any anchor to
life and living. Among them are
men and women who can never
go back to their original domi-
cilesthe seeds of anti-semitsm
have blossomed in too much pro-
fusion to make possible, with
any degree of safety and dignity,
suih a return. Rehabilitation and
resettlement are the solutions
but these can be accomplished
only on a basis of humanity and
in line with the aims originally
enunciated by the leaders of the
democratic nations. The Jewish
wanderers in Europe seek a
haven in Palestine and the Jew-
ish community of Eretz Israel
eagerly awaits their arrival.
They need Palestine as a physi-
cal and spiritual consolation;
Palestine needs them as an in-
strument by which it can be de-
veloped so that it can take its
proper place among the peoples
of the world.
The Zionist Conference held in
London was the spokesman for
these tragic remants of the Jew-
ish people; it was the rallying
point for all who demand that
Palestine become a Jewish Com-
monwealth and that the in-
CLIFF'S
Service Station
4500 N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 7-9639
Tires Repaired and Recapping
Batteries & Battery Charging
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
Bake Rite Bakery. Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-7923
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
828 N. W. 3rd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS & CO.
127 N. W. 2nd Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Up To Date Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
lquities embodied in the pernici-
ous White Paper be swept away
into the burning furances of the
forgotten past.
The year 5706 will find the
international forces of evil de-
molished. The forces of good
must now rally around the ban-
ner of justice; human values
must once again prevail; high
moral and ethical standards
must once more be the norm.
The Zionist Organization of
America, will continue to re-
main in the forefront of all ef-
forts to effectuate the perman-
ent rehabilitation of the Jewish
peopleupon the land that is
rightfully theirs, through the re-
construction of the Jewish Com-
monwealth of Palestine.
May the New Year mark an
end to the bitterness of the past,
to the sacrifices and hardships
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
T O U B Y
PAINTING CO.
669 N. W. Eighth Street
MIAMI. FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARRY
DIETZ
AND FAMILY
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Customers: May the New
Year Bring You Joy, Happi-
ness and Prosperity......
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CHARRON WILLIAMS
Commercial College
Special Night School Classes
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6:30 to 9:00 P. M.
Sixth Floor Postal Building
PHONE 3-4859
Mary Williams, B.C.S., Dir.
that have been endured by all
peace-loving and democratic
peoples. May it bring to the
Jewish people the realization of
their ancient aspirations.
To All My Friends And
Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN FALKENBERG
District Manager
American Express
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
1443 S. W. 3rd St.
Phone 2-8330
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BRO WNLY'S
247 East Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Candies, Fountain, Luncheon-
ette, Home Made and Boxed
Candies, Carmel Corn
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Window Cleaning Service,
Incorporated
FRED and HERBERT ABRAMS
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1665 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
To Our Patrone and Friend!
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH J. RAWLSON
DAVE SCHWARZMAN
RAWLSON AND CO.
Interior Decorators
114 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-8959
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
1448 N. W. 62nd STREET
PHONE 7-9472
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
JERRY & MACK
RADIATOR REPAIRS
2029 N. W. 2nd Avenue
To Our Many FriendsA Most
Happy Holiday Season
MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER
and FAMILY
and
HENRY'S AUTO PARTS
76 N. W. 14th St.. Ph. 3-1427
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. G. Caskill
Mr. and Mrs.
HARRY SAFFER
AND FAMILY
Extend Their Best Wishes
to All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Artistic Beauty Salon
SPECIALIZING IN
Custom Permanent Waving
HAIR TINTING
515 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5509
Miami Beach 39, Fla.
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOUR SISTERS
HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
6SS Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-9709
AUTO GLASS
Installed While
You Wait
SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS
Glass Parts
1849 N. W. 20th St., Ph. 2-7730
TO ALL .
Season's Best Wishes
AMERICAN LEGION
POST BAR
CORAL GABLES
303 Alhambra Circle
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
0ES0T0
2428 S. W. 8th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 48-1888
DR. and MRS.
A. LESTER STEPNER
and
STEPHEN AVERY
and
BARBARA ALLEN
Wish All Their Relatives And
Friends
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES
FOR
A
MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THORNTON'S
GROCERY
101 N. W. 26th Street
Miami Monument
Company
Oliice, Plant and Display
Patios
3279 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5922
"We Specialize in Jewish
Monuments and
Memorials"
VISIT OUR STUDIOS AND
PLANT AND SEE YOUR
STONE MADE ....

HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. S. MEYERS
Exclusive Representative
ROYAL STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS
120 N. E. First Street
Service Rentals Supplies

TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's A Pleasure To Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TYCOON TACKLE
SHOP, INC.
320 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 48-1731
BEST WISHES FOR A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TWELFTH
STREET
BAR
228 12th STREET
Miami Beach
PHONE 58-9444
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A MOST HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
THE
TOWER
DRIVE
INN
RESTAURANT
8001 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-9595
T
AUTO
SERVICE
2797 N. W. 7th Avenue
The Home Of
"SMILING SERVICE"
GAS and OIL
LUBRICATION
Station Phone: 3-0857
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,
The Jewish Quiz Box
nuPAYLSgrgyn
(Continued from Page 35)
horn was blown. This instru-
ment seems to be the oldest
wind instrument known to hu-
manity.
The reasons for blowing the
Shofar seems to be numerous
as well as varied in the differ-
ent phases of human experience.
The Bible (Penteteuch) refers to
the blowing of the Shofar as a
reminder to God of his people's
welfare. Either on the basis of
this reference or as an out-
growth of thought and experi-
ence many other significances
were attributed to the ceremony.
Generally speaking they fall into
three main categories. Their
purposes may be classified as
historical, mystical and psycho-
logical.
A journey through history will
reveal that the Shofar seemed
to usher in historical events. The
birth of the universe is said to
have been heralded by the Sho-
far. The "giving of the Torah"
on Mount Sinai was accompanied
by the blowing of the trumphets.
as was the fall of the Wall of
Jericho and many other memor-
able events. The Shofar was or-
dained to remind us of the
"Binding of Isaac" says the Tal-
mud and that is why a ram's
horn is used. It was a ram that
was finally substituted for the
body of Isaac upon the Altar.
Even the future is brought into
Hie picture by the authorities in
discussing the meaning of the
sounding of the Shofar. It is
said that the coming of the Mes-
siah who will redeem all man-
kind will be introduced by the
Shofar" Shel Mosheach' (the
Shofar of Messiah.) Thus, the
Shofar symbolizes both the past
records of history as well as the
anticipated events of the future.
Many writers have linked the
Shofar with the overcoming of
the Satan who seeks to prose-
cute man before the divine Tri-
bunal of the Almighty. One of
the reasons given for blowing
the Shofar during the entire
month of Elul, is that an at-
tempt is made to confuse Satan
into bewilderment so that he
shall not know the exact day of
Judgment. Some writers have
associated this idea with the
custom of blowing horns on the
Gentile New Year. The radical
scholars reduce the entire mat-
ter to a primitive custom of scar-
ing the devils away from harm-
ing mankind. It remains a fact
though, that some sort of mys-
ticism was attached to it even
by the most orthodox of scholars.
This is not strange indeed. Rab-
binic literature has many a time
appended "the folds of learning"
with mystical representations. It
should, however, be brought to
mind that they didn't intend to
leave the subject hanging in the
clouds of mysticism: but rather
used the mystical horizon for
the decorative beauty of our ob-
servances.
The practical note on the sub-
ject seems to have been sounded
by the manv serious-minded
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO.
2320 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE X8-2702
commentators who look upon
the Shofar as the symbol of re-
awakening the human being into
serious introspection for his own
benefit. Psychologically, every
man is in need of such stimuli
to spur him into various paths of
action. Taken at its face value
there is nothing as stimulating
to the human soul as the hush-
ful silence and awe that over-
takes the congregation while
listening to the blowing of the
Shofar, each man is thus left
to react to his own arising
thoughts. Music has long been
recognized as an invaluable
stimulant especially to a crowd.
The Shofar, then, seems to have
been aptly fitted to serve this
end in the most sacred of days
when we seek to arouse hu-
manity to repentance. Maimon-
dies has remained unequaled in
the presentation of this thought
when he attributed the follow-
ing words to the voice of the
Shofar: "Awake, ye sleepers, and
ponder over your deeds; remem-
ber your Creator and go back
to him in penitence. Be not of
those who miss realities in their
pursuit of shadows and waste
their years in seeking after vain
things which cannot profit or
deliver. Look well to your souls
and consider your acts; forsake
each of you his evil ways and
thoughts and return to God so
that he may have mercy upon
you."
We see then, the simple Sho-
far wound-up inextricably with
the totality of our past, the re-
levancy of our present and the
promise of our future.
Wishing a Happy and Prosperous
New Year to Our Many
Jewish Friends
$
Florida National Bank
and Trust Company
At Miami
L. A. USINA, President
Alfred I. duPont Building
East Flagler Street at Second'Avenue
DR. and MRS.
MAX PEPPER
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to
All Their Relatives
and Friends
TO ALL
A
MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
' IIIUi
2030 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 3-5361
HAPPY NEW YEAR
and May The
New Year Bring
Everlasting Peace
The World Over
4JJ
MITCHELL BRAUNSTEIN
"Big Moe"
MOSES BRAUNSTEIN
"Little Moe"
Happy New Year
MOE'S
RUBBER WASTE
SCRAP RUBBER
3336 N. W. North River Drive
Phone 8-1704 Miami Florida
WITH ZION'S
GREETINGS ...
the wish for all our mem-
bers and supporters of our
worthy cause .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and the fulfilment of our
prayers for the Redemp-
tion of our Holy Land .
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
!T
' BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. LEON W. GARDNER and FAXnv
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PROCTOR & SON BODY WORKS
3388 Douglas Road Phone 4-9469
Expert Auto PaintingWrecks Rebuilt
Pre-war PaintReasonable Prices
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Allied Liquor Distributors
26 N. E. 7th STREET
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
259 North West Fourth Street Miami, Florida
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOOSCO ELECTRIC SERVICE
BUY SELL TRADE
RadiosElectrical Appliances
411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS: NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
THE LEAR SCHOOL
RE-OPENS OCTOBER FIRST
First Grade Thru High School Co-Ed Boarding Day School
Afternoon Recreation and Swimming
Large Private Pool on Premises
1010 West Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-0606
IDA R. LEAR. Director
TO ALL OUR PATRONS
and FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR
PLANTATION BAR
1360 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 3-3096
,
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosoer
AND FAMILY
WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A Very Happy New Year
n
j
AND STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM
1144 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
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jIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
* Jew!st itoridiann
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
PLAIN TALK-CONFESSION
By AL SEGAL
IwoII. this is the time for con-
Lcsioti In this season, on Yom
liuuui, we repair to the syna-
eu. and from our paryer
inks read confessions of our
ins "The sin which we have
nned against Thee in the evil
icditations of the heart". .
'he sin which we have sinned
iainst Thee by word of mouth"
The sin which we have
[nned against Thee by disre-
jeet for parents and teachers
. etc.
I myself have recited this list
[ ?jns in unison with my brelh-
tn vit with some reservations.
Kg, this or that particular sin
iav be on the fellow sitting next
me but not on me. Why, my
>art never meditated any sin
iainst anybody, my mouth nev-
' uttered any sin against
eighbor. So, as the congrega-
ion goes from one sin to the
fat, I find myself practically
nit.--. -
Yet I go along with the con-
ssion for the sake of forgive-
>ss of my neighbor's sins.
11 can well guess that my
tighboi-s feel the same way I
o about it. Probably Mr. Zilch
ie sits two rows from the altar)
saying to himself: "These
ren't any of my sins. These are
ins of people like Segal, not
i mine. I'll pray for forgive-
less for Segal."
It must all be awfully confus-
ing up on High, since so many
of the citizens are sure of their
own virtues and are certain that
these confessions can't mean
them; though they read them as
a matter of polite ritual and for
the sake of their sinful friends
and relatives.
Human nature being thus what
it is, I have though of present-
ing Yom Kippur confessions in
which all can heartily join in
an admission of sins for which
we all need forgiveness:
"Lord God, help us to see our-
selves as Thou seest us. Surely,
Thou dost see us as a lot of hypo-
crites who prate of brotherhood
in the world yet know not
brotherhood among ourselves.
"We ask that the world em-
brace us and be our friend: we
regret that men judge all Jews
by the sins of some who are sin-
ners. But among ourselves we
despise other groups of Jews
because they are not of our set.
We look at our neighbor and set
him aside as one who is not of
us because his religious ways
are not like ours.
"We call for unity in Israel
I but each of us stands stiff-neck-
ed on his own opinion and will
not yield in the least to his
brother. We are divided in many
parts and our progress in the
world has the sound of a vehicle
rattling noisily and disturbing
the neighbors. We make sound
without any meaning toward
brotherhood.
"For these sins, O God of for-
giveness, bear with us, pardon
us, forgive us.
"We are the ancient messen-
gers of peace to the world but
peace is not among us and we
delight in controversy which we
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS
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PHONE 2-5477
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CYCLE
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Mrs. Freda Newman
Mr. Arnold Newman
Mr. Edward T. Newman
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1443 Pennsylvania Ave.
Phone 5-7503
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FROM ....
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216 Soy bold Building
PHONE 3-4141
To All A Most Happy and
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i
MR. AND MRS.
SAMUEL SAAL
AND FAMILY
INC.
79 N. W. 20th SU Miami
IN THE HEART OF DOWN-TOWN MIAMI
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
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TOBACCO WHOLESALERS
548 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-3416
MR. and MRS. MINIVER
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AND FAMILY
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746 N. W. 32nd Street
All Domestic Pests Eliminated
TERMITE CONTROL FUMIGATION
Phone: Miami 2-7832 Miami Beach 6-3755
FLOYD A. MANKER. Mgr.
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159 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430
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raiDAY.SEPTBffiFp,
Planning Jewish Community
Organization
(Continued from Page 36)
more evident in 1945. Central
Jewish organizations have been
formed to coordinate functions
formerly carried on indepen-
dently by separate agencies.
These have the obvious advant-
age of central planning, greater
lay participation and hence a
democratic representation, bet-
ter interpretation of the needs
and services essential to the wel-
fare ol the community. Many of
these central agencies provide
for fund raising, budgeting, so-
cial services, community rela-
tions and Jewish education.
As a result of the trend to-
wards central planning, numer-
ous drives for capital funds were
planned or begun in 1945. These
are ir.tended primarily to im-
prove, extend and to provide
adequate medical, health and
hospital services, meet the In-
creased needs of the aged and
chronically ill. establish centers
for the development of Jewish
education, culture. recreation
and other essential needs. Plan-
ning for these and other de-
velopments increasingly has
been based upon careful studies,
surveys, and analysis.
The events which occured in
the year 1945 were not only his-
tory making. They have served
to shape the mold for planning
constructive Jewish community
programs for the post-war per-
iod. To give substance to these
pans is the grave responsibility
of American Jews. To achieve
them, the American Jewish com-
munity need only adhere to the
words of Franklin D. Roosevelt
wrote the night before he died:
"The only limit to our reali-
'zation of tomorrow will be our
doubts of today. Let us move
forward with strong and ac-
tive faith."
FESTIVAL
We who will summarize each
day,
And make the festival at yearly
end.
Who turn to eagles when we say
The sky is clear enough to send
Our spirits deeper into heaven's
heart.
We who clarify each motion's
breath.
Who turn the wilderness into an
art.
How far can our lives ever be
from death
How far from pain our live de-
part?
AUTUMN
So wonder what the closest sea-
son is?
Spring?not spring, because we
long too much.
nd thus behold her in anxiety
Than honest love: comes slowly
like an age.
And summer is something too
physical.
A growth of flowers in the plas-
tic heat.
A covering leisure rolled lrom
heavens
Filling in the space between ev-
ery cloud.
And as for the winter, that's a
season
Hardly to be spoken of, a clean
threat
Which I expect to dread and
don't in truth.
But Autumn here's a season
for us all.
Rich, colored, like an overwrit-
ten poem,
Yet worthwhile in a way. like a
king's wife.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
'By the Railroad Track"
Painting Color Matching
Seat Covers
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-7681
Best Wishes to Our Many
Friends for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLDEN-WOOD. Inc.
2010 N. Miami Avenue
Mr. & Mrs. Jules Pearlman
and
Mrs. Jessie L. Zucker
Wish All Our Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All A Most Happy New
Year
MR. and MRS.
IRVIN L. SIEGEL
Washington. D. C.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
JAMES HOTEL
302 S. Miami Avenue
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
DR. G. J. GERSON
OPTOMETRIST
Office At Burdine's
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE CO.
Cold Storage Facilities
Fruits Vegetables- Produce
Seeds Seaboard Trackage
1701 N. W. Seventh Avenue
PHONE 3-1219
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
NORTHWEST
FURNITURE CO.
77 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 78-3213
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MARION BUTLER
REAL ESTATE
1616 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-6409
A Most Happy New Year
Miami Beach Chemical Co.
Anchor Brand Products
Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary
Supplies. Deodorants,
Disinfectants
Phone 5-4353
824 First St. Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
SINCERE WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
SARAH SHOCHET
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
EMERSON M.
ROSENBERGER
3900 N. E. 1st Avenue
MAX R. SILVER
Extends Best Wishes to all
for a Felicitous and
Joyous New Year
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
iJ
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM HOGARTH
and Son. WILLIAM
BEST WISHES
foi a
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tl
$
MR. AND MRS.
ESSER GOLDSTEIN
150 Jefferson Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
*
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
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WHITEHOUSE
$
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
FRANK SAGER
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Minnie McWhorter
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR .
BROWN'S GARAGE & MARINE MOTORS
Phon* 3-6872
2305 N. W. 27th Avenue
WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
DR. and MRS. AL GARDNER
RICHLAND. WASHINGTON
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
MR. and MRS. A. FINLEY BINDER
and Son I. LOUIS
MONROE. VA. and MIAMI BEACH
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
RABBI AND MRS.
MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Wish for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. BETH EL
of West Palm Beach. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS.
CARL N. HERMAN
Wish for all Jewry
and particularly
the Worshipers of
West Palm Beach,
Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
AND SON PFC. JOE
WEST PALM BEACH
wish for all their relatives
and hundreds of friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LFA
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893 tf
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDtrU)
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AND FAMILY
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOMRlnc
1201 South Ob>e Arenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
DAIRIES
MB
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
* Jewish flcridliiain
PAGE FORTY-ONE
V
PLAIN TALK-CONFESSION
By AL SEGAL
(Continued from Page 39)
do not try to settle We make for
ourselves innumerable causes of
dissensions. Our sinning in this
would not be so grievous were
it not that our children, grown
to the age of wisdom, inquire,
is this all there is to being a
jew this quarrel, this back-
biting1 If this is Judaism we
want none of it. We seek a way
to good life not to daletic battle-
fields. ...
For this sin against our chil-
dren, O God of forgiveness, bear
with us, pardon us, forgive us!
\Ve have suffered at the
hinds of our enemies but have
iJamed little from our suffer-
,,, We have looked at the
abysmal sin of our enemies and
OUT eyes have not searched our-
selves to inquire what are our
own sins. What vanity? What
sell-indulgence? What exclusive
striving for material gain? What
outward show instead of inward
' "O Lord God, hath our deliver-
ance made us more humble. We
should be meek like Moses when
he was privileged to look at the
evi r-burning bush, for we, too,
have seen the Divine Majesty
which in our time has reduced
the transgressor to the dust. But
we are like men who have nev-
er seen God but know only the
shabby deities that their vani-
ties and appetites worship.
"For these sins against Thee
and against ourselves, O God of
forgiveness, bear with us, par-
don us, forgive us!
"O Lord God, yet we are al-
together like others of the hu-
man race who do not learn any
lessons from their adversities.
They give lip-service to broth-
erhood but their hearts give out
hate; they despise their neigh-
bors on account of motes though
there are beams in their own
eyes; they give obedience to
their vanities, their greeds, ap-
petites and passions, and know
not God whose works they see
before their eyes.
"But we may find no justifi-
cation for ourselves in their de-
linquencies; since we have lived
so much longer and suffered so
much more than they; since we
have had an ethical and spiri-
tual teaching in our hands from
the beginning of historic time.
"We above all men, since we
are so old, should know the les-
son and live by them; yet we are
like people born only yesterday
who have had little time to learn
from experience and from the
evidence of God in the affairs
of men.
"For this sin against our his-
tory. O God of forgiveness, bear
with us, pardon us, forgive us!"
To All A Most Happy
New Year
George and Gladys'
1260 BAR
SCHLITZ ON DRAFT
1260 S. W. 8th Street
MIAMI, FLA.
4 wish all our friends and
patrons and all the Jewish
people a year of health,
happiness and prosperity
ESTABLISHED 1760
Yes, in this confession we can
join almost unanimously in the
synagogue on Yom Kippur. The
ritual confession is much too
general and many a citizen can
find ways to squirm from under
as from a blanket that doesn't
cover him fully "That
doesn't mean me; it's for the
other guy."
This confession is guaranteed
to cover one and all and even
citizens who are free of the sins
of vanity and self-indulgence
may feel covered as sinners who
participate in the destructive
quarrels of Israel.
I have just thought of one
more item for Yom Kippur con-
fession. It is for Jewish leaders:
"O Lord God, we have been
jealous of our prestige and po-
sition and our vanity has valued
our names in the paper and we
have felt the elations of suc-
cess to see our pictures, and we
have let ourselves be enchanted
by the sound of our own voices.
For this, O God of forgiveness,
bear with us, pardon us, forgive
Best Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
H. R. MECHLOWITZ
AND SON
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Valenti's Restaurant
Specializing In American-
Italian Dinners
Famous for Pizza Ravioli
Spaghetti
1306 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 9-3898
SEASON'S GREETINGS
M1LROSE MARKET
The Finest the Markets
Affords At Reasonable
Prices
1709 CORAL WAY
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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BEACHPARK
HOTEL
600 Ocean Drive
PHONE 5-0021
GREETINGS
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ANDRON'S
CREST HOTEL
1670 James Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
New Year Greetings
PIONEER
HOTEL
151 N. E. 1st Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-5734
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Auto Lock & Supply
Company
1304 N. E. Second Ave.
PHONE 9-3144
TO
ALL
JEWRY
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
w. c. w.
IN LOVING MEMORY
of their dear departed
husband and father
LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN
called to his eternal rest
October 1, 1938
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
AND SONS
ACME CUBS
and
HENRY'S SERVICE
STATION
904 5th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
Their Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WALZ 36TH STREET
MARKET
Quality Food Lowest
Prices
1125 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 7-9418
;
i";
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
$
UNITED
KOSHER
MARKET
166 N. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 3-2270
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
THE PLAYHOUSE
A COUNTRY DAY
SCHOOL
422-324 Aragon Avenue
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-3532
i t
AMOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Lyon H.
Pistrich and Associates
of the
CAMEO PHARMACY
1443 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
George S. O'Kell

SEASON'S GREETINGS
ITS
SHOP
2710 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-9182
Breakfast Luncheon
Dinner
Delicious Home Cooking
Open 6 A. M. to 1 P. M.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs.
SED GOLDWIN
of the
Clam Box Restaurant
7401 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-9291
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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arthur berel, inc.
66-68 E. Flagler Street
MIAMI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Automobile Refinishing
Body and Fender Work
BUCKNER'S
PAINTING and
DECORATING CO.
N. W. 79th St. and 10th Ave.
PHONE 78-2972


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
Pos War Job Prospects of
American Jewish Youth
By WALTER DUCKAT
(Federation Employment Service N.Y.C.)
A constant concern of parents
and the older generation is the fu-
ture of our youth. During the war.
most of the concern is for their
physical welfare and their sale
return home. But as the war draws
to a close our focus will change
to peace tune cares their ca-
tvurs, their plans for homemaking
nut the host of other problems re-
lated to their general adjustment
of peacetime civilian life.
Surveys of men in service indi-
cate that next to their desire to
get home is their compelling in-
terest in securing a satisfying job.
Undoubtedly, a good job is the
most important single factor con-
tributing to the speedy reabsorp-
tion of the veteran to civilian life
Business, government and labor
have pledged themselves to do
their utmost to provide jobs after
In that direction have been mostly
verbal. Although approximately l.-
700,000 men have already been
discharged. concrete steps to
achieve full employment have been
dismayingly absent.
How will this affect the Jot]
prospects of American Jewish
Youth" Obviously what will hap-
pen to American Jewish Youth
after the war will depend largely
upon the B* onomic and social pic-
ture of our country. Jewish eco-
nomic welfare hinges on the
economic welfare of the country
at large. More, it is likely that if
there will not be enough jobs to
go around, discrimination against
Jews in employment will again
become acute. Nor will legislation
prescribing such activities be suf-
ficient. Such legislation docs not
create jobs. It simply attempts to
prevent the erection of religious
or racial qualifications for secur-
ing a job.
Tost war Jewish youth may be
divided into two groups, veterans
and non-veterans. More than a
half million Jews will be veterans.
Already about 50.000 have been
discharged Of the former, it is
believed that most of the profes-
sionals such as the physicians,
dentists, lawyers, druggists, ac-
countants, teachers, etc.. will
probablv return to their former
pursuits. But the overwhelming
majority upon entering service,
were not professionals. Most of
them were students, white or blue
collar workers, employed either in
Civil service or private industry.
What is likely to happen to this
larger group." Probably many of
those whose education was inter-
rupted will choose to continue
their education with the aid of
governmental funds. For the non-
disabled veteran a minimum of $50
Sincere Best W;shes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOLAN-BROWN MOTORS, INC.
2030 Biscayne Boulevard
TRUCK DIVISION
The Rabbi, Officers and Directors
oi the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
in heartfelt and grateful appreciation of the
splendid and generous support given us by our
friends during the past year extend BEST
WISHES to all the members of our community,
their families and all Israel for a HAPPY and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR which will usher in
a new era of JUSTICE and LASTING PEACE
for all mankind.
GREETINGS-----
It gives us pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish friends and
customers a most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RENUART LUMBER THIS
Everything to Build Anything
Coral Gables Miami Shores Little River
Coconut Grove
MR. and Mrs.
NATHAN GINSBURG
and Daughters
of the
TIDES HOTEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
for
A, HAPPY NEW YEAR
in
a month maintenance Is provid.d
while the disabled are elifi*1**"
a minimum of S92 a month. Both
may be eligible for from one to
four vears of governmental^ paid
education, for the dependents of
both groups additional mainten-
ance is provided.
If we can judge troni the re-
action of recently discharged vet-
erans, those who have family re-
sponsibilities will probably prefer
to take short, refresher courses,
rather than seleet careers which
require expensive training. At this
writing only a very small percent-
age of the discharged veterans
have elected to avail themselves
of the educational benefits Of the
G I. Bill and Public Law 16
(which deals with the vocational
rehabilitation of the disabled vet-
eran). Among the reasons are in-
ertia, unfamiliarity with their
rights, confusion as to the career
to select, their desire to benefit
from the favorable current labor
market. Moreover the dead-line
for applying for these benefits is
two years after discharge or two
years after the war ends, which-
ever is later. If jobs becoim s> arce
TO ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
PERRY GROCERY STORE
FANCY GRADE VEGETABLES AND GROCERIES
215 PALM AVENUE PHONE 8-9186
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
1367 N. Miami Avenue.
Phone 2-1424
(C< ntinued on Pag< 43)
GREETINGS
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
MAX BERGMAN
HOTEL
ROBERTS
28 W. FLAGLER ST.
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAROLD J. JOHNSON
PAINTING AND DECORATING
7040 N, W. 10th Avenue
Phone 7-1468
Jarrett Coffee Company
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF
COFFEE AND TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court
PHONE 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND
SINCERE AND BEST
WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE H. CABEL
Phone 7-1136
CUSTOM
UPHOLSTERING
61 N. E. 54th Street
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Edna Champlin Employment Service
412 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 9-3207
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
Learn To Drive the New Modern Way
1013 5th Street Miami Beach 5-5082
N E W YEAR
GREETINGS
i l .
SOUTHERN
ENGINEERING
A N D
METAL
PRODUCTS
PHONE 3-2911
25 N. E. 17th Terrace
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEROTA PLUMBING CO.
Plumbing Heating Installations
739 5th St.. Miami Beach Phone 58-2585
CUT AND SEWED REPAIRED AND LAID
STERILIZED AND DEMOTHED
PAUL'S
Carpet Cleaning & Laying
3-4585 Phones 3-4870
2012 N. E. Second Avenue
Miami 37. Florida
111
New Year
Greetings
SHIP SERVICE LAUNDRY
1035 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 3-1777
11 T
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WAYNE SERVICES
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*Jenisti ncriafibtn
page forty-three
Post War Job Prospects for Youth
(Continued from Page 42)
is likely that
it
-ftor the war,
*anv more will turn to training.
rndoubtedly, great strides have
been made in providing for the
nhvsical, educational and economic
needs of veterans of the present
-.,r in contrast with the woefully
inadequate provisions made for
UM veterans of the last war. But
what is likely to be the reaction
of the veteran when he completes
his governmentally subsidized ed-
ucation and finds himself unable
to get a job? True he may re-
ceive $20 a week unemployment
benefits for a period up to a year,
blll what next? Does this inade-
quate sum solve the long range
problem? Little attention has
been paid to this unpleasant but
crucial question.
A widely observed fact is that
many veterans are reluctant to re-
turn'to their former jobs because
they were dull, ill paid, and dead
end or the strong feeling that
there are now greener pastures
elsewhere. In the metropolitan
New York area many veterans are
keenly disappointed with the rela-
tively low salaries they are offered
compared with the fabulous sala-
I ries they heard about while in
si iV' as well as the fact that
advancement to good jobs is still
a slow, uphill process. They are
fairly insistent In their demands
for jobs offering security and pro-
mitlonal opportunities. A consid-
erable number have no clear notion
i to what sort of work they
would like to do. Frequently, there
is a tendency to express interest
in fields for which they are un-
qualified or in which job oppor-
tunities may be limited. Hence,
the acute need for qualified ca-
reer counselors.
If disillusionment thrives among
veterans now, what is apt to oc-
cur when more than ten million
veterans return? They will have
to compete with millions of dis-
placed war workers, and also with
youngsters who will be fresh out
of school. This is undoubtedly one
of the biggest challenges facing
us.
Although the future is uncertain
a number of occupational areas
are expected to attract a consid-
erable number of Jews. Limita-
tions of space make it impossible
to present a detailed forecast of
the various occupations in which
American Jewish youth will enter.
American Jews have been prepon-
derantly city dwellers, white col-
lar workers, professionals, small
business men and shopkeepers. It
is not likely that the pre-war oc-
cupational distribution of Jews
will radically change. Should any
unforseen economic change occur,
it is probable that, as a supremely
adaptable people, we will adjust
ourselves to the new conditions.
The following fields are expect-
ed to offer considerable opportun-
ities for some time after the war.
Before the war, a considerable
number of Jews were employed in
Civil Service jobs. Although many
federal agencies will be disman-
tled or curtailed after the war, it
is likely that the government will
still be the largest employer in
the country. Since veterans enjoy
, a bonus of 5'/r on Civil Service
examinations if non-disabled and
10',; if disabled in service, a con-
siderable number of Jews may
seek their careers in government-
al service.
Among the professions popular
among Jews, the outlook is be-
lieved to be favorable in medicine,
dentistry, engineering, optometry,
social work, although the exist-
ence of racial quotas may continue
to limit the number of Jews in
these professions. Teaching and
accounting will continue to beckon
many. Less optimistic are the
prospects in law, although some
maintain that conditions may be
satisfactory for a few years after
; the war.
Many young Jews will seek ca-
I reers in small businesses of their
! own. These would do well to ac-
quire business experience or train-
ing before making the plunge, for
one recent study showed that more
than 50',; of all new businesses
fold up within three years. Al-
though present practice governing
G. I. loans is discouragingly com-
plicated, it is hoped that simplifi-
cation of procedure may enable
qualified veterans to strike out
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PAGE FORTY-FOUR
vjenisti norkHati
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
THE JEWISH SPORTS VEBR
By HASKELL COHEN
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Sports Editor)
(Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.)
Another Rosh Hashona means
another sports review. It lias be-
come tlu' custom cm the ap-
proach of a mow year to give a
resume covering the various
fields of sports of the year just
C 0 'i c I u it e d. There have boon
years In the past where Jewish
athletes have established records.
won boxing titles, and in gen-
eral have brought reknown to
their people. This year thr rec-
ords for the most part are de-
void of Semitic names for a very
good reason, our boys are lieav.v
engrossed in winning the great-
est bailie of all time. They are
hurling and wrestling With ene-
mies in a game much more dead-
ly than sports competition.
Although the armed forces
Conducted tournaments among
the Allies, one rarely sees or
hears of Jewish winners. Why
this condition exists is beyond
us. When we served a brief
period overseas as a war con
pondent, it was our good fortune
to cover the Inter-Allied boxing
tournament in Home. If memory
servos correctly, hundreds ol
fighters from different theatres
of operations in Europe partici-
pated and not one Jewish boy
w.,- listed among the contestant.
]: u< mor on the service side
that i >o\v action. For ex-
ampl< .. s^: Goldman ol Hart-
i |, ( it was in charge
of thi nng. a Sgt. Weisbergi r
si -. \> d as a tn i for the Tyhr-
an ..
Pi ..-. 1st where Ji wish ath-
letes in the forces were m r<
We knew, tor i xam-
ple Wi iss Tw ins ol the
Bronx continued to mop up all
boxing competition in the South-
west Pacific Area. But at the
same time we know that Hank
Greenberg, recently returned to
the baseball wars, didn't touch
bat and glove during his four-
year tenure in the Air Corps.
Our break-down reveals that
lower Jewish athletes partici-
pated in professional and ama-
teur sports during the past
twelve month period. The war
has enabled two veterans to stay
up in the majors who ordinarily
would be classified as double A
caliber. We refer to Phil Wem-
traub of the N. Y. Giants and
Goody Rosen of the Brooklyn
Dodgers. Wemtraub. after a sen-
sational start this season,
sloughed off sharply in the mid-
dle of the campaign and has fal-
len m the esteem of Manager
Mid Ott. Rosen was given a last
minute respite by Manager Leo
Durocher of the Brooklyn Dod-
gers. In desperation, at the end
of the training season. Loquaci-
ous Leo gave Rosen an oppor-
tunity to play the outfield. But
tins, mind you. only after he had
tried all the other outer garden-
ers on the squad. Coach Chuck
Dressen worked liked a beaver
to straighten out Rosens bat-
ting defects and in the- end ot
the spring training session had |
discovered the serious flaw in
Goody's stance. Once the Jew-
ish lad corrected this fault he
asserted himself as one ot the
league's belter hitters, surpris-
ing everyone with his long dis-
tance Clouting proclivities.
Handsome Harry r-cldman. re-
cuperated from a lung ailment,
stepped into the breach and fill-
ed a very important hurling as-
signment for the Ottmen. Harry
knocked off five successive wins
shortly after the season opi pea.
The club gave Harry atrocious
support and actually blew many
of his games. However, there is
every indication that Harry has
arrived and will stick around the
majors for many years to come
as a winning losser.
Hank Greenberg, of course, is
Hank Greenberg and despite the
four-year lay-off showed every
indication of regaining his home
run slugging status. The new
year should definitely see him
recover his old time form. Only
the ravages of time can hinder
him. He will be thirty-five years
old by the time the next playing
season rolls around.
Baseball being decidely in-
ferior during the war years
makes it possible for a veteran
like Jake Levey to continue
hurling winning ball for Ports-
mouth at the age of 44.2 Jim
Levey, former St. Louis Brown
shortstop, had the Jamestown
(Continued on Page 45)
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Happy New Year
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Through the Holy Days of
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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M \\Y JEWISH FRIENDS
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PHONE 5-2305
SEASON'S GREETINGS
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated To Health
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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K. FOLEY
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MDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*-Jenist)fkridtjn
PAGE FORTY-FIVE
The Jewish Sports Year
(Continued from Page 44)
Im< of the Pony League in first
B'.cc as tlic old year came to a
ES. Andy Cohen, a recent
Trnv dischargee, is handling the
Ens at El Paso. Texas, a Mexi-
I dub member. His brother
', riis along as a pitcher for
Kp leading Portand in the Pa-
|f,c Coast group. Bob Katz has
Ed a good mound success with
Syracuse International
pnciu- nine and will eventually
ip'buck in the big time with
P Cinci Reds. Perhaps the best
Cospect to enter baseball this
Bason is Les Rothman, former
fin basketball captain, who
Krted with Newark in the
Finkcv farm chain and ended
tjth Norfolk in the Piedmont
bop.
(Football suffered in compari-
bn with other years. Only a few
fames spotted collegiate grid
Ecles. none outstanding, while
fnsign Sid Luckman managed
b'eit in a few games with the
Ihicago Bears before taking off
sea. Buckets Goldenberg con-
nu .a as line mainstay of the
liampionship Green Bay Pack-
Vx and rolls along much like
Kid .Man River. Congressman
ammv Weiss still heads the pro
but ball officials as number one
bferee wi,h Lou Gordon com"
^B along fast.
Xhe Philadelphia Hebrews
lain, ill rough with another
Kampionship in the American
I isketball race. Eddie Gott-
fc( boys won the regular sea-
ion gonfalon, then proved them-
tlves by winning the playoffs,
jrv Torgoff, Dutch Garfinkel,
Eikv Lautman and Ossie Shechl-
T;i,i spearheaded the Spha drive.
K>rmer Spha star Red Rosan
hanaged Baltimore into the fi-
ls against his former mates.
Miki' Bloom paced the league
BEST WISHES FOR A
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in scoring for Trenton.
Among the college boys little
Hy Gotkin of St. Johns made
the grade as an Ail-American
Sid Tannenbaum of N.Y.U. led
his mates in scoring. The Laven-
der five enjoyed one of its bet-
ter seasons with Tannebaum,
Forman, and Goldstein pacing
the quintet. L.I.U. with Roth-
man, Goldstein, and Lewis also
had a winning year. Alterson of
Cornell made the Ivy League all
star team. Harry Boykoff, form-
er St. John's center, performed
for a West Point club together
with Garfinkel and Bernie Op-
perm former Kentucky leader.
Butch Schwartz was a member
of Banbridge's crack aggrega-
tion. He formerly starred at
L.I.U. and for the Philly Spahs.
Mike Jacobs really had him-
self a boxing year. Running
shows at the Garden and St.
Nicholas Arena. Michael did
right well at the gate, never
having a bad night. Now he
talks of running two shows a
week at the Garden on Friday
and Monday nights. He no long-
er is plagued with a shortage of
talent.
Several boys have come along
rapidly the past year particu-
larly Harold Gren, the Browns-
ville boy, who defeated Rocky
Graziano twice and knocked off
Fritzie Zivic in a ten round de-
cision. Green looms as likely!
contender for Red Cochran's
crown and may meet the welter
champ late in September. Morris
Reif, another Brooklyn welter,
has been making splendid pro-
gress and shapes up as a future
Garden lull time entertainer.
Danny Bartfield, a lightweight,
is being groomed for a lot of
work. Bumray Davis is still
around and with the following
he has is a welcome member of
the Garden fight clan. He will
probably fight Green soon for
the championship of Browns-
ville, if nothing else.
Kee your eyes on a newcomer
Davcy Feld. He hasn't been
heard from yet but will in the
future. Dave is a Billy Conn
style boxer with a punch in his
right mitt. A middlweight now,
Feld should develop into a
classy heavyweight in time. Ben-
ny Goldberg is tops in the ban-
tam weight division albeit an-
other holds the title.
Among the promoters Jake
Mintz in Pittsburgh, Brickman
in Cleveland, Lou Raymond in
New Orleans, and Barney Ross
in Los Angeles have fared very
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well during the past twelve
months. Maxie Waxman, Jack
Dempsey's right-hand man,
started a new fight weekly cann-
ed "Fight Facts." In addition.
Max has reaped big monies
handling Bobby Ruffin. He also
is fronting for Abel Cestac, Fir-
po's Argentinian protege.
In golf, Herman Barron con-
tinues as the only big Jewish
pro. He wins his share of sec-
tional matches and doesn't fare
badly in the national matches.
Lt. Seymour Greenberg, back
from the Aleutians, played good
tennis and indicated he will be
heard from when the war is
over. Sid Schwartz, a Brooklyn
youth, captured several boy's
titles and went far in the na-
tional boy's meet. Lou Freed-
man. another boy player took
the New York State title.
Track had little to offer in
the line of Jewish sensations.
Allan Tolmich, the great sprint-
(Continued on Page 48)
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SERVICE STATION
SUNOCO PRODUCTS
407 N. E. 13th Street
At the West End of County
Causeway
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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QUARTERS
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PHONE 7-0262
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FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
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BEST WISHES
for the
NEW YEAR
SOUTHERN BREWING
COMPANY
Tampa, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Station and Garage
2701 N. W. 79th Street
7-9290
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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GROCERY CO.
122 N. E. 11th Street
Distributors for
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Manufacturers of Upholstered
Bars Back Bars Stools
Estimates and Designs
Submitted
&
UPHOLSTERING
1730 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3089
Most Happy
NEW YEAR
To all our Customers and
Friends
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and SUPPLY CO.
BOTTLES CROCKS
KEGS
222 N. W. 27th Street
PHONE 2-6666
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PHONE 4-5965
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Insurance Corp.
of Richmond, Va.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Post War Job Prospects for Youth

(Continued from Page 43)
for themselves in new enterprises.
Studies indicate that the manufac-
ture and distribution of consum-
ers goods, in which many Jews
have found employment, will pro-
bably continue to absorb a COnslH-
erable number of .lews. Undoubt-
edly, a sizable number of Jews
will benefit from the expected
boom in housing:. They will be no-
ticeable in skilled trades, viz:
carpenters, electricians, plumbers,
bricklayers, paperhaiiRers. Like-
wise, many Jews will be active in
real estate; many others will be
prominent in the sale of furniture
and other household equipment.
An Increasing number of Jews
will probably enter various skilled
and semi-skilled trades in which
they may have acquired experience
in service. Others will seek to
learn trades either through gov-
ernmental subsidized training in
school or on the job. The service
occupations represented by radio
and electric servicemen, dental me-
chanics, beauty workers, and mi-.
I merous other occupations are ex-
I pected to absorb a great number
of people.
What about the job prospects
of the voung Jewish non-veteran?
He will not be eligible for the
various educational and other
benefits offered by the govern-
ment. For some time after hos-
tilities cease private industry, in
addition to its obligations to re-
hire former employees, will pro-
bably give preference in employ-
ment to veterans. Certainly, for
a considerable time after the war,
jobs in civil service will be vir-
tually closed to the non-veteran.
If jobs become scarce, the youth
fresh out of school and other non-
veterans will probably be among
the worst hit. Little has been done
to provide for those groups in the
post-war world.
There a r e two occupational
areas where the non-veteran will
not be at a disadvantage; self-
employment both in professions
and in business. Here too. how
well he will fare depends not only
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Floridean Convelescent Home
47 N. W. 32nd Place
Phone 4-6306
The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
BETH DAVID 'CONGREGATION
"MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION"
EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS, FRIENDS
and FELLOW WORSHIPPERS a
Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ADAMS
Venetian Blind Service
RECONDITIONING
Also
REPAIRING IN YOUR HOME
CORNICES MADE TO ORDER
REPAINTING RETAPING
RECORDING
Phone 9-2074
Niqhts and Sundays Dial 9-3612
2122 N. W. 27th Avenue
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING PEACE, HEALTH
AND HAPPINESS
J. MILONE
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
501 N. W. 41st Street
PHONE 7-4829
SINCERE WISHES
FOR, A
HAPPY NEW YEAR

E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
upon his own competence but upon
the general economic picture after
the war.
Despite this uncertainty, young
people would do well to acquire as
much education and specialized
skills as possible, When in doubt
as to the career to choose, they
' should consult a qualified voca-
! tional counselor. Free Jewish vo-
cational guidance agencies are
I found in the principal cities of
1 the United States. There they may
be aided In analyzing their inter-
ests, capacities, personality, train-
in): and experience bo that they
may select and advance in a ea-
rn r of their choosing.
The felicitous vocational adjust-
ment of American Jewish youth
may profoundly influence the di-
rection and development of Amer-
ican Jewish Communal life. Al-
I though there is no assurance that
even if our youth should find suit-
able employment they will adopt
a more positive attitude towards
Jewish life and institutions, it is
| likely that they may be more fa-
I vorable disposed to identify them-
, selves with Jewish causes if their
I own economic status is secure.
1'ndoubtedly the whole Weltans-
ehaung of our youth and especial-
ly our veterans will be tremen-
dously affected by economic
conditions prevailing in the post-
war period. Likewise the extent
to which Jews will suffer from
discrimination in employment. For-
ward minded Jews will therefore
recognize the importance of sup-
porting those who favor and ac-
tively work for full employment.
Continue to fight the danger
of rising living costs by buying
only what you need and at ceil-
ing prices. Remember that 40
per cent of the price rise oc-
cureed alter the armistice in
1918.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
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FRAZIER
INSURANCE AGENCY
incorporated
FIRST FEDERAL BLDG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
NEW
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PHONE 7-6638
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ICE
COMPANY
438 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 3-3671
y
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WASHING MACHINES
K-W APPLIANCE SERVICE
PHONE 4-9822
SPECIALIZED WESTINGHOUSE RANGE SERVICE
WM. R. HENRY 640 W. 22nd
AVENUE
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Roofinq & Sheet Metal Co.
550 N. W. 7th Street phone 3-86
VICTOR R. KOHNELLARD G. KOHN
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
International Association of Machinists
919 Seybold Building Phone 9-3497
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING HAPPINESS TO ALL
Atlantic Marine Boat Yard, Inc.
410 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-4641
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
COUNCIL'S FURNITURE COMPANY
844 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-2395
To Our Many Friends and Patrons We Wish
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1644 N. E. 2nd Avenue
THE BEST PLACE IN MIAMI TO
BUYSELL OR TRADE YOUR CAR
TO ALL IEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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341 N. W. 36th Street
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Sea Food .... Spaghetti
Patio and Counter ServiceCurb Service .
Open At 5:30 P. M. Closed Tuesday
N. W. 20th St. and 17th Ave Phone 3-9139
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PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
THE SHOFAR
By JULIUS L. WEIL
nne of the most significant
aemonlal utensils in Jewish life
' ust.d onlv once a year, on Rosh
iashonah. The shofar is based on
*c tradition from the times of
K,r forefather, Abraham. When he
about to carry out God's
mmand to sacrifice his only son
his own flesh and blood
h.
i at the lost moment prevent-
him from carrying out the Di-
t-m,. command, and instead Abra-
am offered a ram as sacrifice in
|iiS son's stead.
The shofar has played an out-
standing part in Israel's history.
Chen the Jews were about to re-
live 'he Torah at Mount Sinai,
his fok place to the sound of
far. The approach of the
fiftieth vear, also, in which all
yave;. and the land and property
reri restored to their freedom,
vas heralded by the sound of the
bk When Israel embarked
upon B war. not of aggression, but
of glorification of the Holy name,
the clarion call of the shofar ral-
lied* God's fighters. In our time,
the only occasion for sounding the
Chofar is, however only on Rosh
piashonah.
It is worthwhile to scrutinize
Ithe part the shofar plays on this
Holy Day. After the initial morn-
ling service which contains pray-
[< king not only for the for-
Igivncss of past sins, but also
Ipassagrs describing the solemnity
|of the day, and the magnificence
of the Almighty, and after the
reading of the Torah, the congre-
gation is hushed because the sol-
emn moment for blowing the sho-
far has arrived.
And then the various kinds of
I the shofar sound penetrate the in-
dividual's heart and soul. First the
| tekiah, the long drawn-out tune,
i even in its strength, then the
shevorim, the interrupted tune
comparable to the sobbing of a
child, and finally the teruah, the
broken, shattering sound like the
fear and anxiety in a person's
heart and mind. These three dif-
ferent shofar tunes can describe
the life of the individual and also
the life of the Jewish nation very
well.
When the child is born, it grows
up undisturbed by the trials and
hardships of the daily life. Tran-
quility prevails, and no cares or
worries enter into the child's mind.
His life is even, a drawn-out well
being, an uninterrupted flow of
quietness, very easily comparable
to the tekiah of the shofar.
Then the child grows up further
into adolescence. His life is still
quiet and peaceful, but he begins
to realize that hardship lies ahead.
Little worries disturb him, jolt him
occasionally. The long even easi-
ness is interrupted, becomes a
shevorim.
Now the erstwhile child is a
grown-up, facing the trials and
tribulations of the daily life. The
struggle for daily bread, the daily
livelihood, worries and participa-
tion in the communal affairs, the
bringing up of his children, all
these shatter the formerly so quiet
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life, the tekiah has turned into a
teruah.
But when old age comes, his life
struggle is over. Now he can rely
on the new generation, and live
out his late years in peace and
quietness, once more he has come
back to the tekiah. His last years
are like his first, even and undis-
turbed.
The history of the Jewish peo-
ple can also be compared to the
various tunes of the shofar. When
MR. and MRS. SAM SEITLIN 1
AND DAUGHTERS BARBARA JUDITH and HARRIETTE MARSHA I
Extend Best Wishes to Their Friends and Relatives for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR

(Continued on Page 49)
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1160 West Flagler Street
AUTO FINANCING
Phone 3-8792
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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JEgAYSEPTE^ER,
A New Year of Peace and Happiness
By ARCHIE H. GREENBERG
National Commander, Jewish War Veterans of U. S.
Greater Miami now has two chap-
ter* of i!u- Jewish War Veterans.
rrsda Markowlti, Post No. iti. has
Won in existent < i">': mans years ami
served as host for the national con-
vention several years agro. The Mi-
ami Beach Chapter was organized
tiii i-.i-i .- in mer.
The early celebration of the
Now Year of 5706 is. I hope, an
omen of an early and victorious
end of the war. Surely, our
prayers this Rosh Hashonah will
be for the safety and early re-
turn of our sons and daughters
in the armed services of the
United States. With some six
hundred thousand Jews in serv-
ice, there is scarcely a Jewish
home untouched by absence. In
all too many homes, there will
be the sadness that comes with
an irreparable loss.
But lor all of us. there must
be the hope and optimism of a
New Year that brings with it a
new hope for a better world.
While it may be true that the
World never learns, and that wai-
ls as inevitable .is life and death
itself, nevertheless the events of
the past yearthe achievement
in San Francisco of a charter
for a new world organization
HARVEST
The leisure to attend the earth
is hardly misspent if we feel
A bright flower is worth the
faith.
One harvest enough for asc.
The gai I ave "'..it pretended
New colors r let old ones go.
The r tulip, they have

Becon e no i ose, no tulip.
Pit to evei thi r, rain, wind.
They ... .'. or iwn when
I
Suggests this is the time for
m.
Will i .-..... r balk at
dt ai
is a hopeful augury for the fu-
ture.
The guarantee of human rights
and the promise of a Human
Rights Commission to protect all
peoples of the world, regardless
of race, color or creed, is most
assuredly progress. Never be-
fore in the history of the world
has the dignity of the human
man been so nobly enshrined
under international law. As
Archibald MacLeish, America's
uncrowned poet laureate, has
said: -'It is a great beginning, a
beginning of which Jefferson
and Lincoln and the other heroes
of the endless struggle for hu-
man liberty would have mightily
approved.''
The tree Jews of America.
England, France and the other
racies of the world enter
New Year secure in the
knowledge that democracy as a
way of life will be continued.
The liberated Jews of Europe
those who have spent a good
part of the past decade hunted,
terror-stricken and persecuted
enter a New Year winch should
bring with it a new happiness
under .^ freedom guaranteed by
the United Nations.
Jewish Sports Year
(Continued from Page 45)
er is in the army and had little
chance to participate in meets.
'Sol Furth. old Olympic idol,
coached Brooklyn College to a
successful season. In the wrest-
ling field, Eddie Gottlieb of
basketball lame became a blR
man in Philly as a promoter.
Jewish grapplers still around m-
clude Abe Coleman, Herbie Free-
man, and. of course, the freak
Blimp Levy.
All in ail. it wasn t a great
year for Jewish athletes. The
coming year should be a 1 tter
one. particularly with the Jap-
anese knocked off. Many boys
have Riven all of their time to
this affair who would ordinarily
, :-. th< sooit fields and on the
basketball courts.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Francis Food Market
1901 N. W. 46th St.
PHONE 7-9537
LEO AND GINGER'S
BAR
BEER ALE WINE
Our Daily Prayer: O' Lord
Please Help Me to Keep My
Nose Out of Other People's
BusinessAMEN!
633 N. E. 1st Ave Ph. 3-9436
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Play safedon't talk.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. C. Bar & Package
Si ore
600 Fifth Street
PHONE 5-5121
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
C.C.
Furniture
R e f i n i s h i n g
1239 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-1932
Rosh Hashona Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
INCORPORATED
300 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-7664
May This New Year fc
Pca- All ,?
Loving Peopie
N.P.
"Neighbor" Lowry
Your
County Commission,,
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE
LUDMAN
CORP.
PHONE 3-5491
21 N. W. 21st STREET

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SEASON'S GREETINGS
Gadd's Steam Laundry
& Dry Cleaners
1776 N. W. 34th Street
PHONE 3-2428
SEASONS GREETINGS
Ideal Roofing & Sheet
Metal Works, Inc.
824 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-1133
ill
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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RESTAURANT
441 41st STREET
PHONE 5-4063
HARRY'S
POULTRY MARKET
237 N. W. Sth STREET
Phone 9-2741 Kosher Killed
Delivery to Miami Beach
IRONS
REAL ESTATE
RIGHT IN THE HEART
OF MIAMI
Opposite El Comodoro Hotel
24 S. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-6701
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FRANCIS
HOTEL
19 N. E Third Street
MIAMI
Phone 2-9227
Maurice C. Cohn
Myron M. Newman
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A NEW YEAR REPLETE
WITH GOOD FOR ALL
MANKIND......
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Manhattan Distributors, Incorporated
World Wide Importing & Exporting Co.
OFFICES AND WAREHOUSE
1536 1546 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONES: 3-8641 3-3436
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUNGA5
Not Incorporated
2950 N. W. 24th St.
Phone 3-3685
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish for
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GENERAL
Refrigeration Service
2732 N. \Y. 2nd Ave.
Service-Installation-Repjin
Household and Commercial
Ammonia
Ice Cream Dairy Equipment
Day Ph iu 2-3641
Night Phone 3-4769
BILL PIKE, Prop.
MR. AND MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
269 West Flagler St.
653 Colons Ave.
Wish for All Their Patrons
and Friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR

We Wish to Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE 4
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Horsley Insurance
Agency
1870 Congress Building
PHONE 2-0593
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Grapefruit Juice
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REAL PINEAPPLE
COCOANUT PAPAYA
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PHONE 3-9433
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Miami. Florida
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PAGE FORTY-NINE
THE SHOFAR
By JULIUS L. WEIL
(Continued from Page 47)
mael had after forty years of
gert wandering finally reached
the promised land and settled
0wn life was even and peaceful.
Rust like the tekiah of the shofar.
But when the enemies of the Jews
flttiuked them, due partly to Is-
Lacl's own guilt, destroyed the
feemple and carried the Jew off
hnto the captivity of Babylon, life
Eras disturbed, but not shattered,
because the Jews still had a chance
o exist as a people with their in-
stitutions of learning as a beacon,
their life was like the shevorim.
After the destruction of the sec-
ond temple, however, the Jews
ere dispersed all over the earth,
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MRS. A. M. JEFFERSON
Surfside Barbecue
7305 Collins Ave.
their life as a nation completely
shattered, and disapora was like
the teruah.
When we assemble in our syna-
gogues on these Holy Days, the
sound of the shofar ought to help
us not only to visualize these
thoughts, but also give us oppor-
tunity for determining our own
future. The situation of the Jews
at present is of utter destruction,
physically and spiritually, a shat-
tered teruah tune. Our hands is
the means to repair this chaos,
and into a better situation for our
people. We must recognize the
values of Jewish life, and benefit
by them, we must become more
and more conscious of our being
Jews. Our children demand our at-
tention to instill them with the
spirit for which five million of our
brethren in Europe have laid down
their lives. We adults must not
forget that Jewish education does
not stop at a certain age but con-
tinues till the Jew breathes his
last breath of life. The Torah, our
gift to the world, must return to
its esteem and honor in our midst
above all, must come back from
the background into the forefront
of our life and actions. If we do
that we can hope that the situa-
tion of the Jews can once more re-
turn to a stage where it can be
compared to the peace and tran-
quilty and even strength of the
tekiah.
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. B. COOPER
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Satisfied Customers for Over 20 Years
2100 N. W. 13th Avenue Phones:3-76214-4179
Israel prays
Holy shawls,
Sacred scrolls
Israel prays.
Today is Rosh Hashona,
In freedom loving countries,
Where all men are free
In tyrant ridden countries,
Whire man lives in slavery.
Israel cries
Tears streaming,
Hearts bleeding
Israel cries.
In homes of love and laughter,
In tragedy's lair of disaster,
For old and young,
The weak, the strong,
To all a new hope dawns.
Israel calls
Through shofars "Tekaih"
Pleading "Tekiah"
Israel calls.
Today is Rosh Hashona,
With gladdened heart,
And head held high
"L'shono Tovo Tikosevu"
Hear Israel's joyous cry.
Where breathes such courage,
Such race cannot die,
But must live on to greater
glory,
As each Rosh Hashona adds
another
Glorious page to a beautiful
story.
Today is Rosh Hashona
May health, happiness and
prosperity
Be with you always.
With a "L'shono Tovo
Tikosevu"
My friend I greet you.
A. J. GLICKSON.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM HENRY A. WALLACE
Washington (JTA)Henry A.
Wallace, Secretary of Commerce,
issued a Rosh Hashonah mess-
age through the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency, aecTaring:
"As the Jewish New Year ap-
proaches, people everywhere can
thank God that the days and
nights of terror have passed.
Millions of Jews who committed
no crimes have been murdered.
Those who were responsible
must be punished. Those who
survived the Nazi persecution
will, I am sure, help make this
the sort of world where evil will
never triumph again."
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR PATRONS
Nick's Wheel
Aligning
2100 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-2828

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169 S. E. 1st Street
WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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of PEACE!
The Victory Year, 5705, passes into history. It was a good year,
but a sad one, too. It saw the defeat of Hitler and his cohorts
and the militarist rulers of Japan; it also saw much blood spilled
in the battle for freedom.
As this New Year begins for the People of Israel, the prayers
of all are that 5706 will see the rebuilding of shattered European
Jewry well on its way, along with the binding of the wounds of
all Nazi victims. May 5706 be remembered in Jewish history
as the year when the United Nations laid the corner-stone of
the Structure of Peace and Justice, the permanent guarantee
that Hamans and Hitlers will never rise to power again.
To our friends at home and those still abroad, we send the
traditional greeting of this solemn season of the Holy Days:
May you be inscribed for a good year I
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The Year in Review
5705 Was Perhaps the Most Fateful Year In Human History
By MARTIN SILVER
If the world were to begin
another calendar reckoning
With the past year, it would not
be without some logic. New
chronologies have been started
for less reason. It is difficult
to pick a year in the past his-
tory of man which seems so
freighted with significance as
the year which has just passed.
The Jew of course clings to
the one and only calendar, pre-
sumably based on the beginning
of creation. It is fitting that we
should do so. We are apparent-
ly the most eternal of peoples
and the most global, and so our
concept of the time is tied up
with no local event but with
the globe itself.
And if we were to ask our-
selves wherein lies the great
significance of the past year as
compared to others, the answer
would probably be in this very
thing of what we might call
-globalness" itself. If we look
at all the developments of the
past vear. national and racial
and territorial differences seem
to fade before a world impres-
sion. No vear has made us so
world conscious. The victories
over Germany and Japan of
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i course affected us as Jews or as
Americans or as Russians, but
the whole world was affected.
i The World Charter was another
'. even, which focalized world at-
, tention. Even the victory of the
i British Labor Party was lm-
! pressive because it did not seem
\ so much a victory to a single
I party but a sign of the tunes
i from a world standpoint. And
lastly as a super-climax, the
I atom bomb snapped the last
1 cords of isolationism and made
us feel that those who still
preached that doctrine were as
antiquated as the stone age.
The oast vear was a year of
!joy. It brought deliverance from
perhaps the greatest enemy that
'' civilization has ever facedin
the conquest over the Nazis.
We enjoyed that deliverance.
We did not hang Hitler and
Himmler and Goebbels as Ha-
inan and Ins associates wen
hung. Thev saved us the
I trouble by ending their own
lives.
We got our little trimmings of
poetic justice. Synagogue serv-
ices were held by American
Jewish troops in a castle former-
, ly belonging to Dr. Goebbels. A
Jewish servicemen's club occu-
the very residence of Hit-
ler in Brunswick, Germany, a
Jewish officer captured Herr
Streichcr, the editor of the por-
nographic anti-Semitic .sheet
the Stucrmer. which in the
early davs of the Nazis kept up
such a continuous tirade against
the J>ws. Yes. we got these
satisfactionsand yet there was
the terribly sad confirmation ot
the fact that Hitlers threat o
exterminating the Jews had not
gone far astray. Five million
Jews it i> estimated, had been
done to death by the Nazis in
Europe. In Poland, of some three
and a half million Jews, only
several hundred thousand re-
mained. In Belgium.. Holland
and Czechoslovakia, nine tenths
Of the Jews Had been put to
death In France, the Jews had
tared somewhat better some
200.000 had escaped. In Austria,
ninety per cent had been killed.
Fortunately for the German
Jews, aboul two thirds ot them
had fled from Germany in the
early years of Hnlerism.
The White Paper
Dr. Joseph J- Schwartz, of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee estimated that only a mil-
lion and a half Jews were to be
found alive in all Europe, out-
side of the Soviet Union. Large
numbers even of this -saving
remnant- had undergone___so
much suffering as to question
whether they too would not
have to be written oft. The one
ambition of most of these Jews
who had been incarcerated in
concentration camps was to emi-
grate to Palestine. Yet the ironic
fact presented itself tha, just at
this time of supreme emergency,
the White Paper had taken ef-
fect and the number of Jews
still admissible to Palestine was
extremely limited.
The White Paper was of
course vigorously attacked. Ben-
Gurion charged the British gov-
ernment with being responsible
for the loss of possibly hundreds
of thousands of Jewish lives by
the difficulty of getting immi-
gration certificates to Palestine,
and now in another hour of cri-
tical emergency even more re-
(Continued on Page 54)
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NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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245 Collins Avenue '
MIAMI BEACH
To All a Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
HARRY I. MAGID
end
MRS GERALD H. GERTNER
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Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
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Washington Ave. at 13th St.
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And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flaglor St., Miami
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NEW YEAR
THE
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In the Heart of Miami
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Monterey Woodcrafters, Inc.
CHARLIE" FREED, Mer.
Club and Casino Equipment
Game TablesBingo
Supplies
Miniature Games for the Home
2035 W. Flagler Ph. 2-8335
.\ jht -I'llin- and Hollda
Phone 2-3737
A Most Happy New Year
To All
KEYSTONE DINING ROOM
and RESTAURANT
6234 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-9549
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
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Phone 9-3836
Best Wishes
for
A Happy
New Year
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REAL ESTATE
404 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-1953
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NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
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144 Wain. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold BldgPh. 25151
PAINTING
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B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
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WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mrs.
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A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Registered Nurse
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
Hurricane Package
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POPULAR WHISKEY
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Wines and Liquors
837 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 3-7355
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NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
McAllister Barber
Shop
301 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-9344
SEASONS GREETINGS
E. L. COTTON
REAL ESTATE
101 N. State Highway
Country Estates
Specializing In Country Property
South of Miami
Phone 4-1253
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Ferdinand Evvald
REAL ESTATE
1740 S. W. 2nd Court
PHONE. 2-3877
TO ALL
A
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NEW YEAR
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REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
PHONE 58-1688
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FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
THE PLKYDIUM
BOWL FOR HEALTH
3737 S. W. 8th Streot
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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Reg. Ph.
Manager
'5
SEASONS GREETINGS
Molnar's Shoe
Repairing
3304 N. Miami An.
Phone 2-9964
41st St and Sheridan Ave.
It Is Our Pleasure To Extend
New Year Wishes Tc, AU
A. O. Transfer Co.
335 COLLINS AVENUE
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
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DANIEL KALLIN
and daughters
ot
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376 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-3M1
Walsh School of Business
.v .. i
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Accounting Business
Administration
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Phone 3-8404
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewist fUrid/fan
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
COMBATTING ANTI-SEMITISM
By NATHAN M. OHRBACH
National Chairman, Joint Defense Appeal of the
American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Fourteen impartial public
ooinion polls, conductd by inde-
Inendent research organizations,
Bndicate these facts, not as yet
. ,| to the general public:
Out of every 100 Americans 25
an- infected with anti-Semitism;
125 are opposed to anti-Semitism;
and 50 have no fixed opinion,
but can be swung to either the
group opposed to anti-Semitism
or to the group definitely anti-
iSemitic. Here is the opinion of
Ithe American population today
I after V-E Day, with the war
against the Hitler gang won!
i America entered the
Iwar. there were those who be-
that anti-Semitism would
immediately disappear be-
i, of the general pre-occupa-
[tiim with the war and the iden-
Itification of anti-Semitism with
, ^ This expectation was
lill-founded. Later, there were
those who believed that anti-
|Semitism would immediately
disappear upon the ultimate de-
Ifeat of Hitler and the Third
IReich. It is now apparent that
Ithis expectation, too, is, unfor-
[tunat :ll-founded.
Countries in Europe never be-
[: nfected with anti-Semitism
I have now been inoculated with
[bigotry for instance, Holland
I ami Belgium.
Hitl( lost the war, but he won
~~
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fp/fi arm
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
a great psychological victory
The anti-Semitic poison he
spread around the world through
the vast Nazi propaganda ma-
chine now contaminates the
minds of the peoples of the Al-
lied countries.
Neither circumstance nor
wishful thinking, nor well
meaning friends, nor anything
other than directed, concentrat-
ed, dynamic action now, will
defeat our enemies. This is the
action no one will take for us,
if we do not act for ourselves.
This war on the home front
requires men highly trained and
skilled in the techniques of
combatting religious and racial
bigotry. Men who know anti-
Semites for what they are. Men
who can unleash the power of
printed and spoken word weap-
ons of truth and decency for our
protection.
This is a gigantic undertaking
that requires facilities, strongly
constructed, built up over a
period of ten years of special
techniques and experiences in
defense work.
The coordinated defense pro-
gram of the American Jewish
Committee and the Anti-Defam-
! ation League of B'nai B'rith is
] a militant effort to expose and
destroy anti-democratic forces
in Americadesigned to bind all
the peoples of our country into
a community which honors and
upholds human rights and
equality.
This is a program of action
based on the understanding that
75 out of every 100 Americans
will reject anti-Semitism if they
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know all the facts; if they know
that anti-Semitism is a trick to
destroy American principles; if
we can expose the unscrupulous
motives of "divide and con-
quer;" if the American people
are made aware of the fact that
anti-Semitic hate propaganda
endangers America and the free-
dom of every American.
This is a high-powered edu-
cational program, geared to
reach every man, woman and
child; a program through the
press, over the radio; through
advertising; comic books;
schools; speakers, community
service; movies; churches; la-
bor, and special groups; a pro-
gram that expands in accord-
ance with expanded needs. It is
dynamic in keeping with cur-
rent trends, and constantly on
the alert in order to combat each
new situation as it arises.
This is a coordinated defense
program, involving professional
techniques and mass media
geared to reach all the 136,000,-
000 American men, women and
children.
Averaging More Than 216 Indi-
vidual Station Broadcasts
A Day
In the field of radio we have
averaged more than 65,000 in-
dividual station broadcasts a
year, averaging more than 216
individual station broadcasts a
day! "Variety," the entertain-
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American Jewish Committee
LEGAL NOTICES
NoTh'K IS IIKHKIIV (JIVEN that
the undersigned, In business under Hi" fictitious name
tend in register said name with the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID Si'MII.I.ER
IONATZ LEB
MEYERS & WEITZMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
7/10-17-21-31 9/7
Xotlc? is hereby Riven that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of CHARLES APARTMENTS at 750
Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach,
intend to register said name with
the Cleric of tin- Clroult Court of
l>ade County. Florida.
ABRAM WASHERMAN
MOI.I.IK W. MARCUS
JULIUS WASHERMAN
MARY WASHERMAN
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
8/10-17-24-31 9/7
NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ROBERTS at SO N. W. 1st St., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
REUBEN CRF.KXBKRG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
V10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
nf EI.HCTRI.X APPLIANCE & RE-
PAIR SHOP at 2707 S. W. 27th Ave..
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
rjEOROE ROSENE
MARX FEINBERO
Attorney for Applicant
S/10-17-24-30 9/7
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 39S6S
Notice Is hereby given that Vi-
vian Randolph, holder as assignee of
City of Miami. Tax Certificate num
lured 1094, dated the 7th day of June.
A. D. 1943. has filed said Certificate
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue thereon in
accordance with Jaw. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property, situated in Dade County,
Florida, to-wit:
I.ot 44.'.. Auburndale Tamiaml
Trill Addition. Plat Book 15,
Page 36. in the City of Miami,
County of Dade. State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was In
the name of Unknown unless said
Certificate shall he redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will Issue
thereon on the 12th day of Septem-
ber. A.D. 1945. ... _
Dated this Sth day of August. A.D.
1945.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. li. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By N. C. STERRETT. D. C.
8/10-17-24-31 9/7
with a special award this year
for outstanding work in the field
of radio, ". with dignity and
honor for utilizing this special-
ized medium for the good of the
American people."
New Advertising Media
Employed
Our series of 26 full-page ads
now running in 397 newspapers,
as contrasted with 234 last year,
with a current total of 2,000 in-
sertions, as against 1,000 in 1944,
representing a total dollar value
of advertising space estimated at
(Continued on Page 57)
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Formerly of Newark. New Jersey
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In I-YeeclriKin's Hebrew liook
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PAGE FIFTY-TWO
fJenisti F/cridian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ,
ROSH HASHANA AND THE SYNAGOGUE
By JUILUS L. WEIL
Many aspects of the signific-
ance of Rosh Hashonah have
been presented to the Jewish
reading public. It is well, how-
ever, it we consider one view
which may nun out to be less
pleasan* than any other because
it focuses the spotlight on a con-
dition which is worsening in-
stead of improving.
Rosh Hashonah is the time
when tlio Jew suddenly realizes
Ins ties to the synagogue. The
role this ancient institution has
played in Jewish life ever since
its very inception should be
familiar to every Jew acquaint-
ed with the history of his peo-
ple The Beth Hakneseth, as the
synagogue is called in Hebrew.
the House Of Assembly, has
throughout the generations been
the focal point of Jewish life.
The gatherings of the Jews in
the earliest times of our history
took place in the dessert to lis-
ten to the Heavenly commands.
Moses assembled the children
of Israel thereby creating a sign-
post foi times to come that Jew-
ish effectiveness is only in uni-
son and assembly, not in divi-
siveness or separation. These as-
semblies made the Jew consci-
ous again and again of his com-
plete alliance and adherence to
the Almighty. As the times pro-
gressed, the assemblies in the
'. Bote Kenesioth were the spiri-
tual injection.'- from which the
Jew derived new strength for
I his life amidst a world of ene-
mies.
No wondei that the enemies
of the Jews directed the brunt
of their wrath ..gainst this insti-
tution in Jewish life. The syna-
gogue was tlie first to be plun-
dered and looted always, but un-
I perturbed by all strokes of fate
Which always meant a decima-
tion of the Jews, this ancient
people rebuilt their synagogues
time and again and brought
them back to their destined pur-
pose. ,.. ,
In our modern times with ai-
' leged culture, the synagogue has
! assumed various meanings. On
I one hand, it became less and
less the house of assembly for
the Jews. With the beginning
I nf the last century, those who
1 preached and advocated eman-
cipation and assimilation tried
to put the synagogue out oi their
minds and out of the life of the
Jews.
We see today the synagogue
not the House of God, but a
forum for the discussion and cri-
' ticism of latest books and mo-
vies, profanity at its worst. The
assimilationists who wanted to
do away with the synagogue did.
. however, away in most cases
With themselves. Their next
step to baptism was only a very
short one. But despite all their
efforts they still remained Jews
and Hitler's aim was directed
against them with the same lury
as against their synagogue
true brothers and sisters. The
Borry spectacle of synagogues
equipped with ail the most mod-
ern installations of churches is
the most disgracing thing which
the Jewish people had to suffer
not at the hands of their ne-
mies, but at the hands of Jews.
No wonder that a minister in
one of America's larger cities
spoke of the church-like atmos-
phere prevailing in a reform
synagogue which he stated was
much more than the one prevail-
ing in the church itself.
If any Jew should think that
tins condition only affected the
synagogue, he failed to see how
much it affected the character
of Jewry. The backing and so-
lace which the Jew had derived
from the shul was as much non-
existent as the attendance of the
Jew at shul. The rabbi had
practically nothing else to do
but to attend movies for fur-
ther critical reports, and read
the latest best sellers, other-
wise his job was jeopardized.
and he found himself ,
' Of;
faiths. No wondeMneiefi
nothinu nut ..r .. u'\ ew
an ^udiencTVT^U
he had to share his nut1,0f ^
the representative, "M
faiths. No u-,..i- ., '_ oth
nothing out of thelhuri01
importance of th "" "*
was a good measure CSS
the Jews interesi a
importance of thc
(Continued on Page 53)
On
Rosh Hashana
The officers and employees of The First
National Bank of Miami take this oppor-
tunity to extend greetings to many friends,
patrons and business associates upon the
annual observance of Rosh Hashana .
And to advance the sincere hope that this
New Year, rich with its long-awaited peace,
will see the advent of abundant blessings.
101 E. FLAGLER ST.
TO ALL
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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Phone 2-9113
201 E. Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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Wish All Their Relatives.
Customers and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone Golden Beach 2231 CI
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fJewistifhrtcfiajn
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
tosh Hashana and the Synagogue
(Continued from Page 52)
Leu to his faith could be judg-
Whal has all this to do with
L Hashonah; This period in
he Jewish calendar is the proof
Lf the ahove made statements.
Inly once a year, for three days,
Inch Hashonah and Yom Kip-
kur the Jew finds his way back
L 'this ancient institution in
fcwish life. That is about all;
The time he can spare from his |
failv chores for some devotion to
Ms God. Then, these three days;
Iyer the synagogue sinks back :
htu oblivion for another year.
; not a deplorable situation
t Rosh Hashonah should be
'!' time when the Jew gathers
u 3 synagogue for just the
bnl\ time a year: If we now look
t the second significance the
tynagi Rue has in our modern
t we must only feel more
for deserting our house of wor-
ship. When the Nazis set out
pn their plans to destroy and
Eonquer the world, the houses
n: rship of the Jew, going up
j, were the torches of
E, g on the horizon to which
In* democratic world turned
Mind eyes. Had the world real-
ized what these burning syna-
Cogue.- meant, our youth would
ho! have had to fight this war.
[ But even we Jews who were
lout.-ide of conflagration failed
to see the significance of the
burning Bote Kenesioth. On
Rosh Hashonah we pray to our
Heavenly father for all the good
we desire, for physical and fi-
nancial security, for tranquility
and peace and good health. If
our wishes are fulfilled, we are
satisfied, if not we grudge. But
we fail to see that we too must
give something in return. Should
not Rosh Hashonah be the high-
light of our regular attendance
at the synagogue, instead of the
sole instance? Should we not de-
sire to derive more and more in-
spiration from the High Holi-
days to make the synagogue
once more the Beth Hakneseth?
Should we not doubly pray for
enlightenment to seek the place
for our spiritual guidance in the
synagogue instead of other
places? And finally should the
fate of our brethren across the
seas be not enough forceful re-
minder not to burn synagogues
as the eternal light, but keep
the eternal light of God burn-
ing inside the synagogue?
Rosh Hashonah this year is
celebrated in a world rid of
Hitler. But we Jews can only
feel victorious if we have con-
quered our apathy towards the
synagogue. The return to the
synagogue is only complete and
has served its purpose when the
synagogue is once more the
center of Jewish life and activi-
ties. May God not only grant
us our individual wishes on
Rosh Hashonah, but give us
enough insight and enlighten-
ment to return to our Bote
Kenesioth not for three days a
year, but daily and weekly to
find there inspiration to carry
on our duties to ourselves and
the world in the holy environ-
ment in the house of God.
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PAGE FIFTY-FOUR
fJmisti fhridifrn
,
The Year in Review
(Continued from Pago 50)
strict ions in (act a complete
ban on Jewswas to be set up.
Over tlic door of the Jewish
homeland was to rise a sign:
NO JEWS ALLOWED
HERE
By Order of John Bull
That in effect was what the
White Paper going into effect
meant.
In Palestine, some fanatic
Zionist.-, egged on by the White
Paper, resorted to terrorism.
Siege was laid to a number of
police slat urns and other gov-
ernment buildings in Palestine,
a number of British policemen
were skilled by the terrorists.
Finally the terrorists reached
out to assassinate Lord Moyne,
the British Resident Minister in
the Near East. The two young
assassins oi Lord Moyne were
tried in Egypt and executed.
In America, the White Paper
and Zionism entered into politics
and both the Democratic and
Republican party platforms came
out with strong planks favoring
the establishment of a Jewish
State ir. Palestine.
Following th< election how-
ever, the Democratic adminis-
tration tuck ne steps to imple-
nien, tli, pli dge and in fact Sec-
retary Stettinius appeared be-
fore th.< House and Senate Com-
mittees considering the Pales-
tine res, id SUI .ceded in J
blocking I sure.
Zionists loo were irked by the
fact that i Sai Ft Con-
fere: tin United Nations
gaw .". -i ntation in the
body gates to Jews as
such. !n England, Professor Har-
old Lash mented en tins
strani ly tl at n liile the
Arab states > had n en pro-
Nazi i .. ry i I of the
wai sented. the
Jew.-.
victims of the Nazis and had
given a million troops to the Al-
lied ranks, had no, a single rep-
resentative.
Jewish organizations wire
however represented m advisory
capacities at San Francisco, and
they bent their efforts tew.iie,
the achievements of two amis,
protecting the existing rights of
Jews m Palestine, and advocat-
these refugees had been driven
out of Germany or Hitler might
have succeeded in perfecting the
bomb.
Jewish scientists had begun
their research in the atom with
the hope "i" finding a construc-
tive peace-time use for it and
it was the hope of decent peo-
ple tha, after the war, the great
powers locked in the atom might
be used for the enrichment of
the life et all humanity.
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rights.
The
sevelt
inter natio n a 1 bill of
death of President Hoe-
on the eve of the San
Francisco Conference d e e p l y
moved Jewry. Coming into of-
fice in Washington at the same
time that Hitler came to power
m Germany, he appeared as
heaven-sent to conihat the forces
of evil personified in the Nazis.
The victory of the British La-
bor Party toward the end of the
year again heartened Zionists,
who had about come to the con-
clusion that the Arabs held all
| the trumps, Four Jews were
named to the Labor government
and more than twenty Jews
chosen to the House of Commons
on the Labor ticket, but what
caused particular satisfaction to
Jewry was the tac, that the La
bor party had in the past so
strongly supported Jewish as-
pirations in Palestine, and it was
hoped tha, this reflected a gen-
uine feeling on its part, which
m time express ltselt in
deeds.
The rev lation of the atomic
| the victory over Ja- .
pan wen two climaxes of the !
\ ear. It was revealed that Jews
n.id played a great part in atl n ic
research from the days ot Ein-
stein, who had shown that mass
was convertible to energy. The
assistance given by Jewish refu-
gees from Nazi countries was
: \ noticeable. It was
-..-. K on perhaps that
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Jewish New Yeai an occasion
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men and women regardless ot
rae, religion or language will
he protected from persecution
and in the equal enjoyment of
all fundamental rights and free-
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There were "7 Greek orphans
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11DAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewist noridm&n
PAGE FIFTY-FTVE
MESSAGE FOR ROSH HASHANA
September 8, 1945
SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER. FLORIDA
I On the occasion of the 5,706th
LY. Wars Day in the recorded
r>v of the Jewish people, I
Knt to extend greetings and
' express my hopes for better
nK.; to come, both for the Jews
[nd for all people.
I In the long history of the
tebivws, there have been many
fcriods of crisis, many tragedies,
nanv unspeakable desecrations
In'd' desolations, and despite it
L] a constant, ever-growing,
Iver-finer spirit of solidarity
Inionfi Jews and between Jews
End the other progressive peo-
Spg of the world. The enemies
\i the Jews are the enemies of
nankind. the enemies of civili-
sation. On this New Year's day,
to can look back over the past
lew years and see another tri-
tmph ft that solidarity in our
t-orld-shaking victory over the
Ra/i hordes.
How costly that victory has
tern we all know. But it be-
hooves those of other faiths to
I ber that it was the Jews
i< a group who suffered most,
jjho bore the most woeful bur-
jj, who lost most, in achiev-
ing that victory.
Yc the battle was fought by
|he United Nationsthe United
poopiesof the democratic
Evorld. The struggle was won by
Ithr sacrifices of all races and all
faiths on the cruel battlefields,
whether military or civilian, of
civilization against savagery. In
the ghettoes of Poland and the
slaughter camps of Nazi Ger-
many, as on the Normandy
beaches and along the Rhine,
men and women who loved lib-
erty better than death accepted
death to win that liberty for
their kind.
Today, let us look forward,
rather than back. Let us, Chris-
tians, Jews, Mohammedans,
Buddhists, Hindus, and all other
believers in the goodness of man
and the perfectability of this
world, unite as human beings
with but one aim: peace and
security for the world and the
individual. Then together we
shall go forward and achieve
that aim, united in the brother-
hood of our universal good will.
I do not want to think of this
Rosh Hashona as only introduc-
ing a new year. I want to think
of it as introducing a new world.
a world where man shall live
with man in friendship, regard-
less of race, or color, or creed,
throughout all the new years to
come. The task we all face, the
greatest and noblest task that
has ever confronted mankind,
is to make the promise of this
new world come true. May the
year 5,706 see great strides made
in the accomplishment of that
task!
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surgical instruments and band-
ages valued at 810,000 were
flown during the first week in
August from Sweden to the des-
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Czechoslovakia by the Joint Dis-
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tion the shipment contained two
tons of marmalade, five tons of
vegetable fats and 1,700 pounds
of dried milk.
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Wish All Their Friends
and Relatives
A Most
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
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1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Wish all their friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PHONE 3-1381
A
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TO ALL
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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203 W. FLAGLER STREET
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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It is a pleasure to extend
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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ROSH HASHANA GREETINGS
May the coming year brings Happiness and
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Bought Sold and Traded
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I

It is with pleasure that I
extend Best Wishes to
my Friends on the
occasion of the
observance
of
ROSH HASHANA
Mrs. Wm. Douglas Pawley


PAGE FIFTY-SIX
*JewishfluMian
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM GEN. MacARTHUR

Manila (JTA)Gen. Douglas
MacArthur, supremo command-
er of the Allied forces in Ja-
pan has issued the following
message of greetings to Jews on
the occasion of Rosh Hashonah.
"The Jewish High Holy Days,
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kip-
pur, with their emphasis on the
judgment of the Lord and man's
need of penitence, are import-
ant observances in this year
when destruction and devasta-
tion have reached such great
proportions.
"Victor and vanquished alike
stand under the judgment of
Almighty God. Efforts and
sacrifices of these years find
justification in a bright new
world, and men everywhere
must pause in humility and
prayer before God.
"Your ancient traditional High
Holy Days are to all men a
worthy reminder of him whose
goodness and merely extend to
all mankind."'
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM PRESIDENT TRUMAN
Washington (JTA) President
Truman has issued a Rosh-
Hashona statement through the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
reading as follows:
"I extend to all my fellow
Americans of Jewish faith my
hearty congratulations and best
wishes for New Year's day.
"The enemies of civilization
who would have destroyed com-
pletely all freedom of religion
have been defeated. All faiths
unite in thanksgiving to Al-
mighty God on our victory over
the forces of evil.
"Let us now all join to create
the kind of peace settlement
which will keep alive freedom
of religious beliefs all over the
world, and prevent the recur-
rence of all this misery and de-
struction. That is the mos, fitting
memorial we can erect to those
who have fought and suffered
and labored and died in this
struggle to preserve decency for
mankind."

Sincere Beet Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Beach Wholesale Grocery Co.
834 First Street Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM SECRETARY ICKES
Washingon (JTA) Secretary
of Interior. Harold L. Ickcs,
issued through the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency a message of
greetings to the Jews ot the
United States which reads:
"Slowly the ethical forces of
the world are taking hold ot the
gigantic problem of rebuilding
Europe. In the year now draw-
ing to a close the great enemy
of the United Nations and of
civilization in Europe, was
crushed. The physical evidence
of its death struggle is found in
the rubble of its cities. The phy-
sical reconstruction is a relative-
y easy technical problem, but
the moral and ethical recon-
struction is a relatively easy
technical problem, but the
moral and ethical reconstruction
of the defeated and cowed ene-
my is a much more complex
and difficult one.
"The end of the war in Eu-
rope has brought an end to hor-
rible devastation, and it has also
brought an end to the'sadistic
torture of Jews and others. To
that extent, the plight of Jewry
in Germany and occupied coun-
tries has improved. Further
damage has been stopped and
an opportunity is present for re-
habilitation to set in. I hope
that the year 5706 will bring
great strides of progress in this
rebuilding.
"To my fellow citizens of the
Jewish faith in the United
States. I extend greetings on the
advem of the New Year. I ex-
press the hope that in our own
land we will continue with
strength and courage on the
true path of democratic action,
and that significant progress will
be made in reestablishing the
dispersed peoples of Europe."

Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CLOVER CLUB
Famous Hickory House Cuisine
118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K. BURNS & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street
PHONE 3-6154
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
ii!
B & B GROCERY
2351 N. W. 41st Street
PHONE 7-9269
Most Happy New Year
To All
JOE KIRSCHBAUM
of the
ACME HOTEL
262 W. Flagler Street
J2ESLS257.,,,
BIGGEST SEASONA^
. That the Grcate ^
is assured the biJJ?f"" a*
its history, is tFP1 **; i
C. L. Libty.owSero?^]
Typewriter Service uty*I
1st St.. Miami. 46 .
Tropical Typewrite *
overhauls typewriters S*
machines, cash reeistt-^
eating machines, &***!
tors; in fact, all t-p* 7<%
machines. Thev also hn**
f.ce furnishings and 0ffi?*
plies, and arc well kni **
the services wi.ich uj^
The company is increasing I
force to take care ofX tt*
ly increasing demand felS
services. r "*
Mr. Libby urges all t0 ffi]W
arrangements at the Jft
possible moment to havTffi
equipment put in good opM
8 .l0ndlu,n' and their supS
on the shelves, so as to aS
delays because of the opeZ
of the season rush. Their p5
number is 2-8333, and Mr 02
will see that a represent*!
calls if you will phone
(Adv.)
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEACH CABS
24 HOUR SERVICE
Low Rates Prompt Service
PHONE S-3353
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALLEN-BRAND EXTERMINATORS
333 47th Street Phone 5-3553
Let Us Keep Your Home Free from Insects and Vermin
TO ALL A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
T
FLOWER SHOP
223 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-6196
Best Wishes Eor A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KARL & KARL
TAILORS AND IMPORTERS
215 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 9-1960
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRED V. LAVIS
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
Comolete Reoair Service
MIAMI BEACH AND SURFSIDE
ABE
ALLENBERG
WISHES
ALL
HIS
FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Flagler Garden
326 East Flagler Street
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. C. HELMLY FURNITURE 6, DEPT. STORE
22 N. W. 1st Street
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MARGARET ANN
Super Markets
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TAMPA, FLORIDA
,
May Health and Happiness be Yours
During the Coming New Year
Ml
Y
*
Florida Wholesale Grocery Company
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
firi
71ST STREET SERVICE STATION
337 71st Street
PHONE 6-9 156
82 N. E. 26th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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1IDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jenlsli fhric/ian
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
COMBATTING ANTI-SEMITISM
By NATHAN M. OHRBACH
National Chairman, Joint Defense Appeal of the
American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
(Continued from Page 51)
520. This campaign is now
CoL-aring as a series of twelve
fosters on 1,000 billboards being
Replayed in 130 cities and valued
C S250.000. It has been re-
Sdapted on 16,000 car cards, en-
velopes, blotters, and millions of
natihbook covers.
Ml Newspapers and Magazines
The general press 1,900
lailies with a 43,000,000 circula-
tionthe rural press, the foreign
neuage press, the Negro press,
he labor presswith 10,000.000
eadersreceive and use ma-
erial from this division. To the
Ktv desk go news releases
bai'k^i'ound material, cartoons
nd even comic strips for the
litorial and feature writers,
lany requests for material eraa-
|ate directly from the publica-
tions which have come to recog-
Jize the authenticity and re-
liability of this division's infor-
nation on contemporary Jewish
kffairs.
330,000 Books This Year
Mori' than 330,000 copies of
important books carrying our
nessage were distributed to li-
braries and other institutions
vhere they are accessible to the
public this year, as against 50,-
last year. Material and com-
jl,w ideas have been furnished
writers whose books are pub-
lished through this division.
9,000.000 Pamphlets
The Public Relations Division
das distributed more than 9,000,-
D00 pamphlets this year, as
kgainst 3.000,000 of last! All are
ailored to fit the audiences to
rtiich they are directed.
Heard By 7,200 Audiences
Through cooperation with non-
profit lecture bureaus, we pre-
sented the most noted names on
the lecture platform to a total
listening audience of more than
30,000,000 people this year, rep-
resenting an increase of 200
listening audiences over the pre-
ceding year's activity.
40.000.000 Comic Books
This effective medium for
reaching the younger generation
and the men in the armed forces
has undergone tremendous de-
velopment. We have received the
cooperation of the leading comic
book publishers and comic book
writers in the adaptation of our
material, and have been success-
ful in assisting in the production
and distribution of millions of
copies of the comic book adap-
tation of "Tomorrow the World,"
5,000,000 copies of "They Got
the Blame; the Story of Scape-
goats;" 3,000,000 copies of "The
Leather Necks Have Landed;"
and 5,000,000 copies of "Hop
Harrigan."
Facts and the Law Applied
The Fact-Finding and Legal
Investigation Division is the em-
ergency section of the defense
program. It has undergone tre-
mendous expansion in the past
year, in line with the function
of dealing with overt manifesta-
tions of anti-Semitism and or-
ganized activities of anti-Semi-
tic groups. The facts gathered
by the division are channeled
to the proper authorities for re-
medial action and use as a guide
for the over-all operations of the
defense program.
An Arsenal of Information
The Research Division and li-
brary staff maintain a store-
house of catalogued and assimi-
lated facts20,000 volumes in
the librariesfiles of newspa-
pers published throughout the
worldover 2,000,000 individual
items of information pertinent
to the defense program, cata-
logues in the clipping file over
a period of ten yearsrare docu-
ments sought by government
agencies, analysts and writers.
The division responds to a con-
tinual stream of requests for
their recognized reliable infor-
mation from newspapers, mag-
azines, schools, public institu-
tions, private institutions and
other profound findings are pub-
lished in their regular publica-
tions, "The Contemporary Jew-
ish Record," the "Committee Re-
porter," "The ADL Newsletter,"
and "Facts About Fictions Con-
cerning the Jews," and a host of
similar books and pamphlets .
totaling a publication circula-
tion of one-half million copies.
Pro-Democracy Organizations
Labor, educational, veteran
and other organizations devoted
to the cause of American de-
mocracy, willingly join with the
(Continued on Page 64)
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
We take this opportunity tn ex-
tend Beat Wishes to all of our
Friends in the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center and
to Jewry at large for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Werman
Superior Kosher Delicatessen
107 S. W. 8th Street
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
MR. and MRS. M. A. MINTZ
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
ANTILLA HOTEL
1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714
CORAL GABLES
SINCERE WISHES
F O R A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The
EMBRY-RIDDLE CO
Chapman Field
PHONE 48-1771
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
"ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINEST"
RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY
AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE
464 W. Flagler Street
Branch Offices
TELEPHONES
3-7454
Station D
$931 Collins Ave.
1039
Station E
1787 Blcayne Blvd.
Station F
213 S. E. 1t Ave.
Station V
1038 Bitcayne Blvd.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
New York Meat
Market
619 Washington Ave
Phone 5-1197
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
J.
T
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-Operation
6207 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 78-2419
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Giffen Roofing
Company
236 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables Phone 4-16S1
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Louis Foxman Service
Station
560 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-9157
Mr. and Mrs.
WILLIAM KIMMEL
of
Fashion Jewelry Gifts
Shop
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best Wishes for the
NEW YEAR
Hugh S. Larrick
REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2773
it
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PACKARD MIAMI CO.
Exclusive Packard Dealer
1700 N. E. SECOND AVENUE

A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
THE PRESIDENT HOTEL
1423 Collins Avenue
Phone 58-2557
MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS.
SAM GOLD
Wish
All
Their
Friends
A Very Happy
NEW YEAR
A
MOST
HAPPY
AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW
YEAR
TO
ALL
MARTIN GENET
MIAMI BEACH
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Buy Sell Repair
Electrical Appliances
Refrigerators and
Water Pumps
Richard B. Fontaine
471 N. W. 79th Street
PHONE 7-3398
T. E. STADIG and ASSOCIATES
of the
STADIG ELECTRIC COMPANY
EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
2221 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 4-9613
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. L. Springer
WILLIAMS SPRINGER POULTRY MARKETS
2091 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-3673
MR. and MBS. SAM WIESSEL
and the
SILVER FLEET CABS
Wish All Their Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors of
Congregation Beth Jacob
OF MIAMI BEACH
Extend to their members and families, friends and
fellow worshippers
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
And the Lord Shall Be Klnf? Over All the Rarth. In That Day Shall
the Lord lie One and His Name One."
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND
PROSPERITY TO ALL
y
MARINE TERRACE HOTEL
2719 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1241

a-:


PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT
* Jewish flcrid/inn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n
i
Scut It czrV*/.<
1751 ] COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
(Triton Motel
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
'l/Uiittetb
ven
1402 OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
IN THE HOUR OF
TOM
We Welcome
Behind us lie Ihree
and one-half years oi
deadly struggle in
which, with God's help.
we have prevailed.
Victory has been won. but
the United Nations which
paid for this triumph in blood
and suffering dare not relax un-
til the peace has been won too.
All the moral and political forces
mobilized for war must be kept in-
tact to make certain that the war was
not fought in vain.
The victorious United Nations must now
demonstrate that they can work and sacri-
fice for peace and reconstruction in the
same full measure that they gave unstinting-
ly of their blood and treasure lo bring about
this triumph of arms.
Ahead of us lie far-
reaching tasks of re-
conversion at home and
of reconstruction and re-
habilitation abroad that
will require the same genius
and determination and unity
of purpose manifested during
the years of war. The united
front of the United Nations will
be tested in the years of peace as
it was never tested in the crucible of
war. We must now demonstrate that
the ideals for which we fought the war
are real and purposeful and that they
are the goal of the post-war world.
For most of us. the outlook is a bright one.
If we will simply use the brains, the will, the
energy, the enterprise the materials and
resources with which we won our war. we
can't fail to win the peace and to make this the
richest, happiest land the world has known.
WAVES HOTEL
1244 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-5835
ROWE HOTEL
6600 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 6-2971
BLACKSTONE HOTEL
(AND CABANA CLUB)
800 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
ANCHOR HOTEL
PODVIN BROTHERS
1585 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
CRESCENT HOTEL
1420 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-6868
NASSAU HOTEL
1414 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4676


JIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
+Jewist fhridian
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
WB Organized to Assist
discharged Service Men
New York, August 31One of
So veteran's great problems is
he need for someone to define
is rights and benefits in simple
Bims and to point out the (.-han-
ds through which application
r benefits must be directed.
ie Veterans Service program
the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) carried out jointly
t-jth the Jewish War Veterans
kf the United States, seeks to
perform this function for the
ex-serviceman and woman with
he highest degree of personal
ttention. ....
As a joint enterprise of JWB
and the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, the program
has the added advantage of the
aid of the local posts of JWV
and of the 300 Jewish Centers
and 600 Army and Navy com-
mittees affiliated with JWB.
JWB has been recognized as
jn accredited agency by the Vet-
erans Administration since 1925.
The Jewish War Veterans is also
an accredited agency. Veterans
Service workers of JWB also
represent JWV. They frequently
have their offices in Veterans'
Administration buildings to give
on-the-spot counsel. However,
the JWB-JWV representative is
the agent of the ex-serviceman,
not of the administration. A
power of attorney is granted to
him by the applicant for bene-
fits:
Laws regarding such benefits
are education, insurance, loans,
hospitalization and employment
aid are necessarily expressed in
complex legal terminology, and
the trained representative can
interpret them in terms the vet-
eran is familiar with. The JWB-
JWV worker is acquainted with
the latest changes in the law,
which has from time to time
been modified and expanded. He
has the application papers
drawn up himself, to eliminate
errors and to expedite handling.
This service does not end
shortly after the serviceman is
discharged. Whenever a prob-
lem arises the Veterans' Service
is available for advice and aid,
regardless of how long the vet-
eran has been a civilian.
THANKFUL FOR WAR'S END
HOPEFUL THE WOUNDS OF OUR PEOPLE
IN FOREIGN LANDS MAY SOON BE HEALED
WE GREET YOU ON THIS NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Family
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Theodore W. SlackRealtor
Specializing In Commercial Properties
Room 1102 First Trust Building
PHONE 2-8378
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAH
Edith Smith Studio Of Massage
1110 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3780
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LILY and ALFRED STONE
SINCERE WISHES
zfot t/te Yrotr/wi.tifu)
R0NRIC0/|
\ Ufat BUM fa now* fF
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
In cases where disabled vet-
erans consider the compensation
inadequate the JWB-JWV rep-
resentative can examine his
client's disability rating and rec-
ords and institute an appeal, if
such actions seems warranted.
Besides this important liaison
between the discharged service-
man and his government, Vet-
erans Service works toward the
readjustment of the veteran in
his community. The JWB Na-
tional Veterans' Service Com-
mittee assists in the organization
of local committees consisting
generally of representatives of
Jewish War Veterans posts,
Jewish Family Welfare societies,
employment bureaus, com-
munity centers and Jewish' hos-
pitals. More than seventy large
communities now have local
Veterans' Service Committees.
The purpose of the Veterans'
Service Committee is to provide
a central service to meet all of
the problems confronting the re-
turned serviceman. In formation
LEGAL NOTICES
NOT1CK Is1 HIOKICBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dishing to engage
in business under the flcitlous name
"f SNO-CKEMIO, at li W. Klajtl.-r St..
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR H. BRESSLER
ROSE FREEMAN
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants.
8/31 9/7-14-21-28
and referral service includes an
interview with the newly dis-
charged man to ascertain what
aids he will need, and what
agencies in the community can
help him. Business, educational
and vocational guidance, health,
governmental benefit and fam-
ily adjustment services are oth-
er functions of the committee,
depending on the facilities that
the community has to offer.
Y's Offer Free Memberships
Believing that affiliation with
a neighborhood group is an im-
portant factor in adjustment to
civilian life, the YMHA's,
YWHA's and Jewish Centers
affiliated with JWB have offer-
ed six months' to a year's free
membership to men on their dis-
continued on Page 60)
Mrs. Rose Levey
President
Greater Miami Jewish Consump-
tive Relief Society of Denver,
Colorado, extends to all the mem-
li.is and friends the best of New
Year wishes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at 2012
Ponce IV Leon Boulevard, Coral
Gables, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 2, Inc.,
A Florida corporation.
By:
MAX STEVENS, President
Attest:
IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary
MYERS' IIEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
8/24-31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at 2201 N.
\V. |2nd Street. Miami Florida in-
tends t.i register said name with the
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 1. INC.,
A Florida corporation.
By:
MAX STEVENS. President
Attest:
IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary
MYERs* & IIEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
8/24-31 9/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STEVENS MARKETS at 1060 S.
W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
STEVENS MARKET NO. 3. INC.
A Florida corporation.
By:
MAX STEVENS. President
Attest:
IRVING EPSTEIN. Secretary
MYERS" & H El MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
8/24-31 9/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 93985
DIANE WIXMAN, Plaintiff.
vs.
LEO WIXMAN. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: LEO WIXMAN, 75th AAFBU,
A.U.S.. Ashville. North Carolina:
You are hereby ordered to file
your appearance or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
against you by DIANE WIXMAN,
on or before the 27 day of September.
1945, otherwise the allegations of said
Bill will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 28
(lay of August. A.I).. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of
Circuit Court.
By
WM. W. STOCKING. D. C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD TURK,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
S/31 9/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY*
Case Number 939S2
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
MARION CATHERINE MORAL.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SI Ml'MOO T. MORAL. Defendant.
TO: Simpliclo T. Moral c/o St. Al-
bans Hotel. New York, New York.
Y.iii are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce In the above
Styled cause, on the 28 day of Sep-
tember. 1945, or a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
It Is further ordered that the Jew-
ish Floridian Is the newspaper In
Which this order shall be published
once a week for four (4) consecutive
weeks.
This '-'S dav of August. 1945.
10. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court 11th Judicial
Circuit. Dade County. Florda
rtv
T. M. WORDEN, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court SeaB
DeCOSTAS A MAER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10(14-1005 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami 32. Florida ^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of A & B GARMENT COMPANY.
not Inc., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
AARON BERKOWITZ
PAUL WEITZMAN
Attorney for Applicant ^^ >/?
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Herman Radio Supply
Company
1745 N. E. 2nd Avenue
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PITTSBURGHER HOTEL
226 N. E. 1st Street
Phone 3-7408
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SAM SCHMUKLER
of the
DERBY BAR & PACKAGE STORE
915 Washington Avenue Phone 58-9206
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RINEHART MOTORS
THOMAS RINEHART
USED CARS
157 N. W. 36th Street Phone 78-2010
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SUNNY PALM SPORTSWEAR
907 Langford Building Phone 3-5798
It is a Pleasure to extend Best
Wishes for A Most Happy and
Prosperous New Year To All
A.SACHS
REAL ESTATE INVESTOR
Specializing In All Typos of Real Estate
AMERICAN BANK BUILDING
PHONE 3-0952
BEST WISHES FOR A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
DAVE J. COHN, General Agent
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Seventeenth Floor Congress Building
PHONE 2-3181
Sincere Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mill TRANSIT COMPANY
ESTABLISHED 1925
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PAGE SIXTY
fjenisii flcridltori
,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
JWB Organized To Assist
Discharged Service Men
(Continued from Page 59)
all
man
corn-
charge. Contacts with neigh-
bors, participation in local af-
fairs, the responsibilities and
privileges of "belonging'
help the returned fighting
to find his place in the
munity.
Jewish Centers, besides parti-
cipating in Veterans Service
Committee activities, can offer
additional services. Social and
recreational programs, adult
education, health and physical
education, while suitable for the
entire membership of the cen-
ter, have certain special values
for the veteran.
"Attitude education," primar-
ily intended to prepare the civil-
ian to understand and work
sympathetically with veterans,
is a double-edged weapon when
presented to the ex-soldier. He
g< nerally realizes the changes
that have taken place in Iks
community, and why they have
occurred. Instead of being a
source ''I disappointment or dis-
pleasure to him. differences that
have appeared while he was
away beet me a challenge to Ins
desire to work for a better en-
vironment.
Patients in veterans' hospitals
have their own plane in Vet-
erans' Service. Seventy-eight
hospitals are served by a staff
ol lull-.ind part-time workers.
Rab : whom are on
tlu' st.iii. : >ay, upon recommen-
dation !" JWB, be appointed as
civil:..:. Jewish chaplains by the
Veterans ation, Be-
side \ isits, listi ition of com-
nd aid in person.,1
pro: part of the hOS-
::. Devotional liter-
.il.;: e is i d, and .
: observance of
Jew i
services provided
-.,, mmittees and Jewish
|i two pul lications,
Vet< : ins S< :> i Information
Bull '< st releas< -
on vetei ans ims
:.. .-.:-..i "Guidance
Notes," a program guide for
Jewish centers.
A survey of veterans' pro-
grams being conducted by JWB
includes experiences of Jewish
community centers and the re-
actions of veterans to Jewish
center programs, with the object
of strengthening the Jewish cen-
ter veterans' program.
With the number of men dis-
charged increasing daily, a com-
plete and effective plan of as-
sistance to them is of paramount
importance in the JWB scheme
Many veterans have already
been served, and expanding fa-
cilities will be ready for those
who need and desire JWB aid.
THEY SAID THIS WEEK
Fleet Admiral William D.
Leahy, the President's Chief of
Staff: "We have assumed heavy
world responsibilities that must'
be discharged. Our true strength
is in the power of our purposes j
and of our way of life. This was
' the secret weapon which really
destroyed Hitler and Japan.
From our basic virtues as a i
freedom-loving nation came the '
strength which beat back the |
aggressors. And that strength is
the natural possession of all
right-minded people throughout
the world. From a unity of all
the people for the purposes of
peace and from the dignity of ,
man will come a continuing
er to maintain peace in the
world and heal the wounds this .
war has inflicted. We must not
falter in the duties and respon-
sibilities which still remain to |
in making secure our victory.
To fail in this would be to deny
the glory ol those who died and :
red in winning this war."
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen
ol the
ANNEX HOTEL
Wish all Jheir friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. Diamond and Family
Diamond Wholesale
Produce
1045 Michigan Avenue
Wish Then Fi i<
A HA1 Y N'EW YEAR
JENNIE GARSSON
and SELMA LEVY
of the
Monogram Center
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASONS GREETINGS
Willingham Grocery and
Service Station
1540 S. W. 22nd Ave.
Phone 4-9270
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
LISS EQUIPMENT
Machinery
132 N. W. 20lh Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SINCLAIR HOTEL
507 Espanola Way
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Rose Sacks Beauty
Salon
2214 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-0222
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
yIlati/wccf ^ [cwmuit
v
DISTINCTIVE WOMEN'S APPAREL
958 West 41st Street
Miami Beach
311 Worth Ave.
Palm Beach
MAY THE COMING YEAR
BRING HEALTH. HAPPINESS AND
PROSPERITY TO ALL
LESTER F. RIEBEL
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
No lob Too Large Or Too Small
Lowest Prices for First Class Work
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED COURTEOUS SERVICE
ESTIMATES MADE
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays and Fast Days
begin at sunset of the day pre-
ceding the dates given below:
1945
ROSH HASHONAH
Saturday. Sept. 8
Sunday. Sept. 9
YOM KIPPUR
Monday. Sept. 17
SUCCOTH
Saturday. Sept. 22
to Sunday. Sept. 30
CHANUKAH
First Candle.
Friday. Nov. 30
YIZKOR
or Memorial Services for the d
parted are conducted on the fo
lowing Holidays:
YOM KIPPUR
Monday. Sept. 17
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Enness Garment Co.
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-1257
SEASON'S GREETING,
SAM GORDICH
ACME HOTEL
262 W. Flagler StrM1
The
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
and
KOSHER RESTAURANT
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SCHAAF PRESERVING
CO.. Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Ruling and
Binding Co.
Bookbinders
700 N. E. FIRST AVE.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
CLAVELON HOTEL AND APARTMENTS
4210 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-1171
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
EASTERN SHIPPING. LTD.
30 S. W. 4th Street
PHONE 3-7486
Dr. M. W. Locke Shoe
Shop
312 E. Flagler Street
Extend to their many Friends
and Patrons Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best Wishes for the New Year
Hollopeter & Post, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
151 N. E. 3rd Street
PHONE 3-7376
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
DE SOTA HOTEL
1824 Alton Road Phone 5-9122 MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
FITHIAN STUDIOS
323 W. I 47th Street Phone 5-4294 MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
VITA Rfil CLI
iii
Dr. J. M. Martinez
211 Seybold Building
PHONE 3-7271
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
FLORIDA FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES
1155 West Flagler Street
PHONE 2-3816
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. and MRS. SILVERMAN
and
THE FREDERICK HOTEL
916 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-7611
Greetings
For A
Happy
New Year
EUCLID HOTEL
320 Euclid Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-9520
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Charlie Hosale's Texaco Service Station
6830 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-9130
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY
OIUS. FLORIDA
"HAPPY NEW YEAR"
BISCAYNE TROPICAL
FURNITURE
CO.. LTD.
2415 Biscayne Blvd.
Custom Built
RATTAN
WROUGHT IRON
PATIO FURNITURE
PHONE 3-6358
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
JOE'S RESTAURANT
227 Biscayne Street
Phone
5-9121
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SID'S DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT
Serring Breakfast. Luncheon. Dinner at Pop"1"
LUNCHES PREPARED TO TAKE OUT ^
1551 S. W. Eighth Street phon*



HDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewist ncridtiari
PAGE SIXTY-ONE
The Jewish Center and The Veteran
By SHIRLEY K. ELLENBOGEN
(Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.)
Ijewish centers will find it
,iy to seek immediate and
Poetical solutions to a momen-
ta challenge in the days ahead.
[fill the normal program prove
,]. te to the expanded needs
returning veterans? How can
,. Jewish Center enlarge its
divines to stimulate under-
fending of America's role in
luccessf u 1 achivement of the
Lnce? Can the Jewish Center
adapt itself to its role as an im-
portant channel of Jewish com-
munity thinking, so essential to
intelligent action?
These and other questions of
equally far-reaching significance
confront the lay and professional
leadership of some 300 Jewish
centers throughout the country,
which look to the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board (JWB) for
guidance, according to Frank L.
Weil, JWB president.
Basic to any future planning
for Jewish center work in the
field of veterans' re-absorption
into normal community life is
the realization that many vet-
erans today are being separated
from the service. The veterans'
own list show ways the Jewish
Community Center can help
i them gives high priority to so-
I cial and recreational programs
and to vocational and educational
guidance.
Recognizing the varied pro-
gram required, the Jewish Cen-
ter Division of JWB, in coop-
eration with the organization's
, Committee on Veterans' Serv-
ices, is preparing guidance and
source material for use of its
constituent agencies throughout
the country.
All Jewish centers are offer-
ing membership privileges to re-
turned servicemen and women
as a starter. Experience has
shown that this policy attracts
veterans to the centers during
the crucial period when they
are groping for community con-
tacts. Suitable provision is also
being made for transfer of mem-
bership and for traveling mem-
bership for veterans starting out
in new communities.
In several localities, a Busi-
ness Advisory Service for War
Veterans has been set up. This
service renders practical coun-
seling to veterans eager to re-
turn to civilian status. This kind
of service will do much toward
aiding men and women who
have spent years in the armed
forces to speed their readjust-
ment.
Guidance to the veteran with
educational, vocational, social
family and health problems is
being furnished already by more
than 70 community centers which
are members of local Veterans'
Service Committees. These com-
mittees as well as the Business
Advisory Service Committees
are being aided in their efforts
by the JWB field staff of train-
ed workers in the area of vet-
erans' readjustment. Many of
these field men were formerly
engaged in the JWB-USO pro-
(Continued on Page 62)
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
//
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adelman
[v, All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Charles Adelman,
Daughter, Harriet, and
Son, Henry Ted
fWish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
I Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
lr. and Mrs. David Adlerblum
and Daughter
| Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
dr. and Mrs. Jerry Alexander
and Daughter, Helena
| Wi.-h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Morris and Anne Alpert
and Family
| Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to. and Mrs. Sydney Allerman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
|*nd Children, Sydney and Ceil
V. All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|Mr. and Mrs. Irving R. Apple-
baum and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and
Sons, Marvin and Stuart,
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Baum
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beck
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and
Daughter. Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Brenner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. F
Mr. Morris L. Cowen and
Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Noel Bring
Wishes All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Daniel M. Broad
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitl
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benjamin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Berg
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
and Family
wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
wi-h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad
and Family
wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
,___A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Morris Bain
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
___A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Raymond Bain
.... and Family
w'sh All Their Relatives and
. .., Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IWrs rjaisie Bandel. Claire and
WIn All Their Relatives and
a ,.. Friends
___A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IMr,
Bd Mrs. David L. Barnett
Wi.u ,and Family
A ?ir Many Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lawrence T. Berliner, Mrs. Celia
L. Berliner and Manfred
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
321 Di Lido Island
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M.
Bloom and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis O.
Bloomfield
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg.
Geralyn and Jan Harvey
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Milton Feldman
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E.
Bronston and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs David Brooks
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and.
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Ruth Brotman
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. T. Byrne
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen
2220 S. W. 19th Terrace
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fri ends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ind Mrs. Milton Dreyfus
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fr ends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Feldman
and son. Mark
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Drucker
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dubler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Edelman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Fire-
stone and Daughter. Barbara Ann
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fishman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleeman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliebler
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Meyer Forer
and son, Henry
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Eisenberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cohen
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cornblum
and Daughter. Maxine
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisensiein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frackman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frankel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friesds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer
and Son, Phillip
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dan Engelberg
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff
and Family
Birmingham, Ala.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel
and Daughter, Natalie, and
son, Marvin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Happy)
Freilich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friedman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PAGE SIXTY-TWO
Pjewlsti fhridfian
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The Jewish Center and The Veteran
(Continued from Page 61)
gram. Included in vnc.v duties
is the representation of veterans
who seek benefits under the
G.I. Bill in which latter work
the Jewish War Veterans coop-
erate.
It has been found that the re-
turned men have a tendency to
stick together, at least at the be-
ginning of their transition per-
iod. The feeling of experience
shared can thus be turned into
a constructive force as a vet-
erans' club is integrated, as a
unit, into other center activities.
From such social beginnings
can develop more vital com-
munity interest to draw the vet-
eran into civilian living in a
most natural fashion. In the Cen-
ter he can soon become aware,
not only of his rights as an ex-
serviceman, but of American ci-
vil rights and privileges safe-
guarded by his years of serv-
ice; job outlooks and training fa-
cilities; the need for enlightened
leadership and participation in
the Center's own efforts to en-
rich Jewish community activi-
ties.
In its Jewish center plans for
the coming year, JWB is giving
emphasis to the basic coopera-
tive nature of community plan-
ning that has been so admirably
developed during the war. New
Jewish enters and broader cen-
ter programs are among these
plans, as outlined by Mr. Wed.
"Practically every American
city of 5,000 Jewish people or
over has or is planning a Jewish
center." Mr. Weil said. "This
illustrates more emphatically
; than anything I can say that the
I Jews of America recognize m
the Jewish center movement
something that is vital to their
continued welfare."
Mr. Weil went on to declare
that the traditional role of the
center is likely to be even more
significant in the near future
than it has been in the past.
'The Jewish center has dem-
onstrated in the past 25 years a
sensitivity to the needs of the
communities and an ability to
become to a great extent the
focus for sound community
planning. The aim of the Cen-
ter is to contribute sound think-
ing to the plans for community
organization. I think that in the
future we wil find the Centers
undertaking the kind of pro-
grams that will interpret the
needs of the local community
and help evolve ways of meet-
ing those needs."
JWB plans include coopera-
tion with schools of social work
to provide a means for training
of professional workers. A suc-
cessful start in this direction was
made at the JWB Jewish Cen-
ter Staff Training Institute held
profession. b "*"* ottJ
Organization of sma
munit.es for Jewish (EL* I
tension programs T\l\
planned in response to 3
made more manifest bv Vs*
penence of these sniaU *
munities during the war "M
"I think we willemergefj
this war experience >|
stronger Jewish Center 1} I
ment than heretofore,'' Mr aSI
summarized "Locally, ,he !*
ten will become strong^
better understood; their valufj|
_____(Continued on Page 63
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
//
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin and
Mrs. Celia Javin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Gadon
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Garrick
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
son. Jimmy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Henry and Ethel Greenbaum
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ben F. and Ruth K. Hertz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinkes
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
318 21st Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Max Landesman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
Mrs. Yetta Geier and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J.- Gerstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getxug
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg'
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus
and Family
Wish All Thejr Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Green*
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Giller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rosalyn and Louis Gillman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and
Sons, Now in the Service.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie
and Sons
3114 Prairie Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Levine
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Margaret C. Gluck
Wishes All Her Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
_---------- ------
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John Gross
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Grossberg
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowits
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rabbi Albert and Julia MJci-
of Hillel Foundation
Wish All Their Relatives aj
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Milk
1426 S. W. 1st Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Milk
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives aad
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milk
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller
1919 S. W. 17th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Milto
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lillian G. Milk
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintiei
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John Myen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My* |
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives M
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
N
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karp
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Haber
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Isidor Goldstein
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Haber
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hackar
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert.
Family, and Son. Stanton
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirstein
and
Ens. and Mrs. Wm. H. Kolber
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Dr. Bernard S. Kleinman
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Abraham Halperin
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hankoff~
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
and daughter, Joy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
jY_HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Koretsky and Son
Concourse Plaza Hotel,
New York
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Leon Li*i>*rman
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
M ^^2
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Murray Maschler
Wishes His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newmffl
and Family ,
Wish All Their Relatives M
Friends
A HAPPY NEW ^EAR
Mr. and Mrs. P1U>pA
Neuwirth and DM9h'
Wish All Their Relatives a
Friends
A HAPPY NEW UAR_
Mr. and MrsT Harry OlipW
and Son .
Wish All Their Relates &
Friends _
A HAPPY NEWJBL-
"~Mrs. Ida Optner W***!
Wish All Their Re.^es
Friends -
A HAPPY NE _UAB_
Alyc* Mayne
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. L. J. Hartz
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
Mr. Jo* Mechlow
Wishes His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. I-, Orifg,
Wish All Their Re*atr> "
Friends _.
A HAPPY NEWJEAR^
MrT.d Mrs. Edward 0**
S Sot. Leonid Ox^
Wish All Their RelsB
Friends .-
A HAPPY XERYEAS^
PsUT
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow
wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Max Meisel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Lf^JTEse*
Daughters. Marci.^ana m ^
Wish All Their Relate
Fnend> ,_,o
. Wish All Their Re^ -
A HAPPY NE* il^
______
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945
*Jewisli flcridrian
PAGE SIXTY-THREE

iberculosis Death Rate
rh in 15-45 Age Group
bcspite the advances that
te been made in medical sci-
,., tuberculosis
is still the
tef cause of death in the age
but) of 15-45. Army induction
animations have disclosed it
young men who were un-
la're that they were suffering
Li this insidious illness, as
improved diagnostic techni-
s such as greater use of X-
etc.
today with wartime condi-
iibroad as well as over-
,e work in war industries here
bating even a greater demand
tuberculosis care, institu-
in< for healing the sick have
en .subjected to the abnormal
nditions of shortages and in-
based costs which have arisen
from the war.
Yet Dr. Philip Hillkowitz,
president of the Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief Society of
Denver, Colorado, was able to
report to the 41st Annual Con-
vention in New York City that
the JCRS has had good grounds
for congratulation for success-
fully surmounting the difficul-
ties encountered. During the
year 380 resident patients were
treated, of whom approximately
three-quarters were either semi-
ambulant or bed patients. In-
addition, 2,679 examinations and
treatments were given in the
Out-Patient Department. Al-
though 76 per cent of the ad-
missions were far advanced, it
is noted that the mortality rate
for the past year was only 4.47
per cent.
The patients, who came from
77 communities in 27 states, the
District of Columbia, Canada,
the Dutch West Indies, Jamaica,
and the Panama Canal Zone, do
not pay for their upkeep and
care. The entire cost of the non-
sectarian JCRS Sanatorium is
entirely maintained by support
of auxiliaries, federations, and
the voluntary donations of in-
dividuals.
Mrs. Jack L. Levey is presi-
dent of the Greater Miami
Auxiliary, which is affiliated
with the Jewish Consumptives'
Relief Society.
THEY SAID LAST WEEK
Byron Price, Director of Cen-
sorship, speaking over the radio:
"I should like to speak of only
one of our war aimsthe preser-
jMtion of freedom of expression,
a freedom which has been be-
queathed as an American herit-
age from generation to genera-
tion. If the war had cost us this
freedom, or any measure of it.
the victory would be a victory
in name only. As it is, the ra-
dio and the press throughout the
United States are now assured
of emerging from the great crisis
as free as they were before the
Japanese assault on Pearl Har-
bor. During the intervening
three years and eight months,
both broadcasters ana editors
have voluntarily withheld infor-
mation which would have help-
ed the Germans and the Jap-
anese to defeat us; but even
these restraints self-imposed
and loyally upheld were re-
moved August 15 when the Of-
fice of Censorship ceased per-
forming all its wartime activi-
ties. The record is a bright page
in the history of free enterprise."
You can't quit now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds!
The Jewish Center and
The Veteran
(Continued from Page 62)
being recognized not only in this
country but in other countries
as well.
"The initial steps for estab-
lishment of a federation of
YMHA's and Jewish Centers of
various countries have already
been taken. Such an organiza-
tion will undoubtedly aid the
Center movement to give much
leadership to the forces of Jew-
ish culture and understanding."
The Jewish center horizon is
as vast and bright as the future.
Proper understanding of the
needs of the Jewish community
can build the center movement
into an expression of the desire
for cooperation and progress in
Jewish life. This is the challenge.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
//
At. and Mrs Moses Pallot
and Family
ITish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Louis E. Peckerman
and Daughter
IV.' All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl
and Family
|\v All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
[Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
and Family
| Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
__,----------ft------------------------
and Mrs. Leon Pollack
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Pont Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose
and Family
1400 Lenox Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
and Son. Eddie
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein
and Son. Irwin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Schrager
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Herman Slepian
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff
1898 S. W. 4th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Spector
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Henry Rabin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin
and Daughter, Roslyn
W ; All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Pearl Raidman
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons.
Robert and Harold, of the Army,
and Malvin, of the Navy,
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravitz
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Rayvis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
__ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I. Reiser
, and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jean D. Seitlin and Daugh-
ter, Shirley, and Son, Emanuel
S. Seitlin, MaM 3 c, Overseas,
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Stepner,
Barbara Allen and Stephen
Avery
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L.
Weiniraub and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Barbara
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
629 West Ave., Miami Beach
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Paul Weitzman
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Werbel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR____
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Shechter
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
410 45th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
2420 Flamingo Drive
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Salmon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
, Friends
___A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter
and Family
w'sh All Their Relatives and
. Friends
___A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr- and Mrs. Philip Romer
_ and Family
w'sh All Their Relatives and
. _. Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg
and Daughter Miriam
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
and Family
212 Ocean .Drive
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Peter Silverman
and Daughter, Miriam Patricia
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sterling
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
639 West Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Strome
and Son. Richard
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin
and Son. Wayne
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer
1726 S. W. 10th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. (Bill) Singer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Milton Sirkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Siskind
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mrs. H. Y. Waldorf
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs David Washer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Willner
and Son, Arthur,
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolfe
Wish All Thei Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zeilinger
and Daughter, Rose
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Zissen Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PAGE SIXTY-FOUR
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Combatting Anti-Semitism
(Continued from Page 57)
American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League in
an all-out effort to prevent
BCUrrilotlS and unfair attacks on
any group.
Religious Organizations
Through cooperative religious
organizations we promote inter-
faith activity, channel pro-demo-
cratic material to the religious
press, aid in the development of
religious textbooks and supply
information to ministers, religi-
ous writers for honest presenta-
tion. For instance, this year the
Anti-Defamation League has es-
tablished a new group called,
'"The Christian Friends of the
Anti-Defamation League,'* com-
posed of leading clergymen.
Education Does Its Share
With educational organizations
we share in the development of
teaching manuals and materials
designed to give American youth
a better understanding and ap-
preciation of the cultural values
of the varied groups which to-
gether comprise the American
people. This department has
been strengthened by the addi-
tion of professional staff, highly
trained in the phases of inter-
cultural education.
Projected On A Face-to-Face
Level
The Community Service Di-
vision consists of the central
staff, over 150 public relations
committees in as many cities,
eleven regional offices, 2,000 key
men in 1,000 cities. This divi-
sion is a clearing house for in-
formation and service for the
national organizations and the
community groups adapting
national projects for local com-
munity use. aiding in local prob-
lems, circulating i n f or mat io n
and maintaining constant con-
tact between Jewish communi-
ties.
New Projects Currently Being
Developed Are.
Visual Education. Prepara-
tion of a series of 16 mm.
films for use by schools, la-
bor unions, civic groups.
Veterans' Program: Enlist-
ing the fighting men in the
battle for the preservation
of the freedom for which
they fought.
Labor Program: Bringing
organized labor into the
fight against anti-Semitism.
Scientific Research and
Analysis: Isolating the mi-
crobes of hate and measur-
ing the effectiveness of
projects for overcoming the
disease. This new program
will utilize the services of
the Institute for Social Re-
search.
Overseas Activities: Fight-
ing infectious anti-Semitism
before it has a chance to
spread to our shores. Ac-
tive campaigns for abroga-
tion of Nazi legislation, in-
demnification, repatriation,
and related problems are
scheduled for 1945.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BRILLIANT CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
240 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2894
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
New York Delicatessen and Restaurant
Delicatessen Pastry Rolls Cakes
44 N. E. First Street
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GENERAL INSULATING CO.
MAKE YOUR HOME COOLER
420 Lincoln Road Phone 58-1139
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CITY LAUNDRY. Inc.
2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COULTON BROS.
SERVICE STATION* and GARAGE
840 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-2244
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION
1205 5lh Street Phone 5-9987
It can be said that never be-
fore has such a small amount
of money as is being spent by
these agencies the American
Jewish Committee and the Anti:
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rithbeen able to buy such
a vast program of action. Every
dollar expended today has great-
er fighting value in terms of to-
morrow. There is no better time
to capitalize on the momentum
of the nation's anti-Nazi feelings
than today. Tomorrow, post-
war readjustment problems will
be the focal point and our mo-
ment of great opportunity shall
be gone.
Today, all avenues of propa-
ganda and its dissemination,
through the media of radio, mag-
azines, motion pictures, are
geared for attack against the
Nazi ideology. This assures us
maximum cooperation and a
maximum impact.
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PAGE SIXTY-TWO Pjewlsti fhridfian it i The Jewish Center and The Veteran (Continued from Page 61) gram. Included in vnc.v duties is the representation of veterans who seek benefits under the G.I. Bill in which latter work the Jewish War Veterans cooperate. It has been found that the returned men have a tendency to stick together, at least at the beginning of their transition period. The feeling of experience shared can thus be turned into a constructive force as a veterans' club is integrated, as a unit, into other center activities. From such social beginnings can develop more vital community interest to draw the veteran into civilian living in a most natural fashion. In the Center he can soon become aware, not only of his rights as an exserviceman, but of American civil rights and privileges safeguarded by his years of service; job outlooks and training facilities; the need for enlightened leadership and participation in the Center's own efforts to enrich Jewish community activities. In its Jewish center plans for the coming year, JWB is giving emphasis to the basic cooperative nature of community planning that has been so admirably developed during the war. New Jewish enters and broader center programs are among these plans, as outlined by Mr. Wed. "Practically every American city of 5,000 Jewish people or over has or is planning a Jewish center." Mr. Weil said. "This illustrates more emphatically ; than anything I can say that the I Jews of America recognize m the Jewish center movement something that is vital to their continued welfare." Mr. Weil went on to declare that the traditional role of the center is likely to be even more significant in the near future than it has been in the past. 'The Jewish center has demonstrated in the past 25 years a sensitivity to the needs of the communities and an ability to become to a great extent the focus for sound community planning. The aim of the Center is to contribute sound thinking to the plans for community organization. I think that in the future we wil find the Centers undertaking the kind of programs that will interpret the needs of the local community and help evolve ways of meeting those needs." JWB plans include cooperation with schools of social work to provide a means for training of professional workers. A successful start in this direction was made at the JWB Jewish Center Staff Training Institute held profession. b "*"* ottJ Organization of sma „ munit.es for Jewish (EL* I tension programs T\l\ planned in response to 3 made more manifest bv V s penence of these sniaU munities during the war "M "I think we willemergefj this war experience £>| stronger Jewish Center 1} I ment than heretofore,'' Mr aSI summarized "Locally, he !* ten will become strong^ better understood; their valufj| (Continued on Page 63 To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year // Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin and Mrs. Celia Javin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Louis Gadon Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Garrick Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR son. Jimmy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Henry and Ethel Greenbaum Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ben F. and Ruth K. Hertz Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinkes and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR • Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman 318 21st Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Max Landesman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Mrs. Yetta Geier and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris J.Gerstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getxug Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A H APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg' and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus and Family Wish All Thejr Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Green* Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Giller Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rosalyn and Louis Gillman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A H APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Sons, Now in the Service. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie and Sons 3114 Prairie Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Levine and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Margaret C. Gluck Wishes All Her Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR • Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y EAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Grossberg and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowits and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rabbi Albert and Julia MJciof Hillel Foundation Wish All Their Relatives aj Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Milk 1426 S. W. 1st Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Milk and Family Wish All Their Relatives aad Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milk and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller 1919 S. W. 17th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myron Milto and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lillian G. Milk Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintiei and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Myen and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My* | and Family Wish All Their Relatives M Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR N Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karp and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Saul Haber and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Isidor Goldstein Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isador Haber and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hackar Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert. Family, and Son. Stanton Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HA PPY NEW Y'EA R Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kirstein and Ens. and Mrs. Wm. H. Kolber Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Dr. Bernard S. Kleinman Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Abraham Halperin Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hankoff~ and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and daughter, Joy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends jY_HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Koretsky and Son Concourse Plaza Hotel, New York Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Leon Li*i>*rman Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR M ^^2 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Murray Maschler Wishes His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newmffl and Family Wish All Their Relatives M Friends A HAPPY NEW ^EAR Mr. and Mrs. P1U>PA Neuwirth and DM9 h Wish All Their Relatives a Friends A HAPPY NEW UAR_ Mr. and MrsT Harry OlipW and Son Wish All Their Relates & Friends A HAPPY NEWJBL"~Mrs. Ida Optner W***! Wish All Their Re.^es Friends A HAPPY NE _UAB_ Alyc* Mayne Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. L. J. Hartz Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR Mr. Jo* Mechlow Wishes His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. I-, Orifg, Wish All Their Re*atr> %  Friends _. A HAPPY NEWJEAR^ MrT.d Mrs. Edward 0** S Sot. Leonid Ox^ Wish All Their RelsB !" Friends .A HAPPY XERYEAS^ PsUT Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Max Meisel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Lf^JTEse* Daughters. Marci.^ana m ^ Wish All Their Relate Fnend> ,_,o Wish All Their Re^ A HAPPY NE* il ^ .,JL.



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PAGE FIFTY +Jeist rhrkfian i The Year in Review 5705 Was Perhaps the Most Fateful Year In Human History By MARTIN SILVER If the world were to begin another calendar reckoning With the past year, it would not be without some logic. New chronologies have been started for less reason. It is difficult to pick a year in the past history of man which seems so freighted with significance as the year which has just passed. The Jew of course clings to the one and only calendar, presumably based on the beginning of creation. It is fitting that we should do so. We are apparently the most eternal of peoples and the most global, and so our concept of the time is tied up with no local event but with the globe itself. And if we were to ask ourselves wherein lies the great significance of the past year as compared to others, the answer would probably be in this very thing of what we might call -globalness" itself. If we look at all the developments of the past vear. national and racial and territorial differences seem to fade before a world impression. No vear has made us so world conscious. The victories over Germany and Japan of RADIO SERVICE-TRIE ESTIMATES C -E N T E'R I DOWNTOWN MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 1(5 N. E. Irt St. 1405 With. Avt. Ph. 3-3619 • • Ph. 5-7173 Satisfaction Guaranteed FREE LOAN OF RADIO WHILE WE FIX YOURS i course affected us as Jews or as Americans or as Russians, but the whole world was affected. i The World Charter was another '. even, which focalized world at, tention. Even the victory of the i British Labor Party was lm! pressive because it did not seem \ so much a victory to a single I party but a sign of the tunes i from a world standpoint. And lastly as a super-climax, the I atom bomb snapped the last 1 cords of isolationism and made us feel that those who still preached that doctrine were as antiquated as the stone age. The oast vear was a year of !joy. It brought deliverance from perhaps the greatest enemy that '' civilization has ever faced—in the conquest over the Nazis. We enjoyed that deliverance. We did not hang Hitler and Himmler and Goebbels as Hainan and Ins associates wen hung. Thev saved us the I trouble — by ending their own lives. We got our little trimmings of poetic justice. Synagogue services were held by American Jewish troops in a castle former, ly belonging to Dr. Goebbels. A Jewish servicemen's club occuthe very residence of Hitler in Brunswick, Germany, a Jewish officer captured Herr Streichcr, the editor of the pornographic anti-Semitic .sheet the Stucrmer. which in the early davs of the Nazis kept up such a continuous tirade against the J>ws. Yes. we got these satisfactions—and yet there was the terribly sad confirmation ot the fact that Hitlers threat o exterminating the Jews had not gone far astray. Five million Jews it i> estimated, had been done to death by the Nazis in Europe. In Poland, of some three and a half million Jews, only several hundred thousand remained. In Belgium.. Holland and Czechoslovakia, nine tenths Of the Jews Had been put to death In France, the Jews had tared somewhat better — some 200.000 had escaped. In Austria, ninety per cent had been killed. Fortunately for the German Jews, aboul two thirds ot them had fled from Germany in the early years of Hnlerism. The White Paper Dr. Joseph JSchwartz, of the Joint Distribution Committee estimated that only a million and a half Jews were to be found alive in all Europe, outside of the Soviet Union. Large numbers even of this -saving remnanthad undergone so much suffering as to question whether they too would not have to be written oft. The one ambition of most of these Jews who had been incarcerated in concentration camps was to emigrate to Palestine. Yet the ironic fact presented itself tha, just at this time of supreme emergency, the White Paper had taken effect and the number of Jews still admissible to Palestine was extremely limited. The White Paper was of course vigorously attacked. BenGurion charged the British government with being responsible for the loss of possibly hundreds of thousands of Jewish lives by the difficulty of getting immigration certificates to Palestine, and now in another hour of critical emergency even more re(Continued on Page 54) FRIDAY, SEPTEMB ER 7 NEW YEAR G R E E T I N G S MOSS PRINTING CO 245 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH To All a Most HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. HARRY I. MAGID end MRS GERALD H. GERTNER MIAMI BEACH Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaglor St., Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BOAT RESTAURANT The Best for Less" The BOAT That Never Goes To Sea WE NEVER CLOSE 39 N. E. First Ave. Telephone 3-2517 In the Heart of Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS Monterey Woodcrafters, Inc. CHARLIE" FREED, Mer. Club and Casino Equipment Game Tables—Bingo Supplies Miniature Games for the Home 2035 W. Flagler Ph. 2-8335 .\ jht -I'llinand Hollda Phone 2-3737 A Most Happy New Year To All KEYSTONE DINING ROOM and RESTAURANT 6234 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-9549 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ROBERT 1. BLUNILO CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 9-3836 Best Wishes for A Happy New Year NELLIE E. BRENNAN REAL ESTATE 404 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-1953 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL GIL'S APPLIANCE REPAIR Gil de Leon, Owner We Buy, Sell and Repair all lands of Restaurant Hotel and Home Appliances Call us before you sell 632 6th St. Miami Beach Phone 58-3808 THE TICK TOCK INN 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue WISHES ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 144 Wain. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg—Ph. 25151 PAINTING GLASS INSTALLED V. K. TATUM Glass and Paint Shop 7.2947—7810 N. W. 7th Ave. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your rocf repaired now: you will save on a new roof later •Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. C. V. PLUMMER A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Shirley F. Booxbaum Registered Nurse HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL Hurricane Package Store POPULAR WHISKEY BRANDS Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors 837 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 3-7355 SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS PUT CANNON YOUR CONGRESSMAN SEASON'S GREETINGS McAllister Barber Shop 301 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-9344 SEASONS GREETINGS E. L. COTTON REAL ESTATE 101 N. State Highway Country Estates Specializing In Country Property South of Miami Phone 4-1253 SEASON'S GREETINGS Ferdinand Evvald REAL ESTATE 1740 S. W. 2nd Court PHONE. 2-3877 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TOM QUPRLE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard PHONE 58-1688 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PLKYDIUM BOWL FOR HEALTH 3737 S. W. 8th Streot BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRANK J. LOJACONO Reg. Ph. Manager '5 SEASONS GREETINGS Molnar's Shoe Repairing 3304 N. Miami An. Phone 2-9964 41st St and Sheridan Ave. It Is Our Pleasure To Extend New Year Wishes Tc, AU A. O. Transfer Co. 335 COLLINS AVENUE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. DANIEL KALLIN and daughters ot KIRKS TAVERN 376 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-3M1 Walsh School of Business .v .. •• i Secretarial Stenography Accounting Business Administration Commercial ^rt C asses Spaniih Shorthand aid Oictatim DAT %  %  IXIXO Professional Building Phone 3-8404 SEASONS GREETINGS Kinne Atlantic Service Station 8900 Biscayne Bird. PHONE 7-9408 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL F. O. BAKER Soles — Rentals Investments Property Management Member Board of Re*" 0 422 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-4651 EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Flagler at Bridge Phone: 2-0519-2-6782 Beach on Lincoln Rood Phone 5-2961 2790 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 2-3105 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL "i S VE'ALTOB 1657 Washington



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PAGE EIGHT vJewisli Fk>ridVcarn I i Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. Berlin were Jews and that 48 per cent of the doctors were Jews. In quoting Roberts, Dr. Hopkins was spouting the HitlerRosenberg line. Roberts' statisSeveral broad general truisms tics have proven to be lies. The linked together make possible use of phony statistics by Rosenour understanding of democracy. I berg has been exposed time and High among these is the prinagain as a Nazi propaganda deciple of equalitv of educational vice. opportunity. With the impendA swelling tide of protests ing opening of our schools and from prominent civic leaders colleges this subject takes on : ar >d organizations greeted Dr. timely significance. | Hopkins' remarks. Supreme The Independent Citizens Court Justice Meyer Steinbrink, Committee of the Arts, Sciences i chairman of the executive comand Professions, of which Hermittee of the eastern regional ofman Shumlin. theatrical producfn-e of ADL stated that Hopkins er, is a director, enlisted the co' had "fallen victim to the Nazi operation of our leading educa-; cliche that the Jews of Germany tors in furthering the promotion were responsible for the antiof equality of educational oppor-, Semitic program of the Nazi tunity. | party.'' Dr Ernest M. Hopkins, presiDespite Dr. Hopkins' approval dent of Dartmouth College reof the quota system and his fused to join this movement claim that the college was holding that Dartmouth College founded "for the Chnstianizais "a Christian college founded tion of its students.' it is signififor the Christianization of its cant to note that the original students." At the same time Dr. charter issued to the college on Hopkins not onlv admitted that December 13, 1769 by King the enrollment of Jewish stuGeorge III of England actually dents is restricted by quota but. contains an anti-discrimination also, staunchly defended that clause. The charter stipulated practice. that the trustees may not pass He felt that the fires of any regulations "excluding any i dangerous anti-Semitism would person of any religious denomi| be fanned by Jews who connations whatsoever from free scientiously asserted their rights and equal liberty and advantage as American citizens. Dr. Hopof education, or from any of the i kins quoted at length from Steliberties and privileges or im-1 phen Roberts' book "The House munities of the said college on that Hitler Built."' who wrote account of his or their being of that after the first World War a religious profession different 50.2 per cent of the lawyers in from the said trustees of the said Dartmouth College." In other words the quota system under which the college is now apparently operating, aci cording to Dr. Hopkins, is a direct repudiation of the original charter of the college. To deny the right of equal opI portunity is to deny the basic' concept of democracy. The protests that greeted Dr. Hopkins' statement are ample evidence that informed public opinion denounces the un-American utterances of this man. Today, I noted this item in the Miami Herald: •'Hanover, N. H.—Resignation of Dr. Ernest Martin Hopkins, president of Dartmouth College, was announced by the board of trustees." A brief news item, it speaks a thousand words. OCR ERROR EDIT! iR'S Xi ITE: We regret tj nogrnphlcal error In las) week's %  |-.i,. K i. is". The pai agraph correetly written re %  •To the men and women volui nt the s who have given unRtintingly of their effort*, an well a* Mi. J.W.TI tafl for the i of llli|ll |( Buy War Bonds and Stamps. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 2-7901 SEASON'S GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road Phone 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS ATTENTION! LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR BUYERS Immediate Delivery See Mr. Singer or phone 2-6217 Wholesale Only A. & B. Garment Co. 25 N. W. FIRST ST. (UPSTAIRS) MIAMI 32. FLA. A Very Happy New Year JACK IMBERMAN and JAY JACOBI Standard Cut Rate Drug Store 901 Washington Avenue Phone 58-1009 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLYDE PONDER SOUND BUSINESS INVESTMENTS 19 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-2681 R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertilizer Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIDA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES FACTORY: GOULDS. FLORIDA PHONE: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 SEASON'S GREETINGS TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK TAILORS 14 N. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX *Jewishncridian i They'll Make The Nazis Pay By HERBERT J. SELIGMANN (Chief of the JTA Bureau in Washington) (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) The voices of six million dead will be talking to Germany through the Reparations Commission which will inventory German resources and lay out the scheme for partial repayment of the horror and damage Germany has inflicted on the world. In the slow and relentless justice of history the Reparations Commission, in its American staff, includes members of that people which Hitler all but exterminated in Europe and which he branded with all the resources of the world's formidable propaganda machine as "inferior." Of the Jewish members on the American staff of the Reparations Commission, I have met personally only one. That one is the associate chief of the mission. Dr. Isador Lubin. who for years sat among President Roosevelt's close and intimate advisors at press conferences. Known as one of the formost experts on labor in this country, and a statistician of such competence and note that President Roosevelt relied on him to translate into simple terms the enormous complexity of statistical matter bearing on the entire war effort. Dr. Dubin has served the United States government in many and varied capacities. He is U. S. Commissioner of Labor Statistics on leave of absence for Analysis, Division of Munition's Assignment Board, of the Combined Chiefs of Staff. He was the first U. S. A. representative on the governing body of the International Labor Organization when the U. S. A. entered that body at Geneva in 1935. So Dr. Lubin goes to Moscow to grapple with the knotty problems of German industry, German resources, and German ability to reimburse some of their victims, having behind him a career that has received the just recognition of his government. The other Jewish members of the American delegation to the Reparations Commission have careers hardly less striking in the variety of their achievement. Those members are: S. Trone, industrial and electrical engineer; Seymour Rubin, chief of the Division of Economic and Security Controls of the U. S. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ABE ARONOVITZ and FAMILY WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 237 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 2-6147 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS 55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.—AL—LEON GREEN GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HANLON PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING HEATING GAS INSTALLATIONS REPAIRS MAINTENANCE 18 S. W. 11th Ave. Phone 3-1611 Nights Sunday Phones 7-4275 — 4-3238 MR. AND MRS. MAURICE GROSSMAN AND DAUGHTERS NAOMI and RITA EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY and particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. and all their affiliated activities SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Department of State; Abraham Bcrgson, State Department specialist in German economy and history; and Moses Abramavitz, State Department specialist on German industry. These men are entering on their work not as Jews, but as specialists, competent and distinguished in their various fields. serving their government and the people of the United States and the world in virtue of the democratic tradition that a man is to be employed and to be given opportunity to serve on the basis of his individual attainment without barrier of color or creed. Mr. Trone's services have already been world-wide. He has been a consultant to the Foreign Economic Administration and more recently held the post of adviser, in Chungking, to the China Post-War Reconstruction Council. An electrical engineer by profession. Mr. Trone has for many years in the employ of the International General Electric Company, serving them for some of the time abroad, and not alA HAPPY NEW YEAR Immaculate Cleaners MR. and MRS. MAX SINGER BILL and ANDREA 1449 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2453 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LaVIGNE ELECTRIC COMPANY 176 N. E. 20th Street SEASON S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR K ATZ LIQUOR STORES Miami Beach, Florida $ Since 1926 Kennedy & Ely Insurance, Inc. 1900 Congress Building Phones 3-0641—3-0642—3-0643—3-0644 MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR th MANY JEWISH JL FRIENDS l %  %  %  %  otttcrB n* %  mm AVI. • ways merely in technical engineering capacity. In the early 1930's Mr. Trone, who speaks Russian fluently, made a transcontinental automobile trip with two Soviet writers, Ilya Ilf and Eugene Petrov. Out of his journey, came their humorous description of life in this country, widely circulated in Soviet Russia. Mr. Trone served both as interpreter of language and of customs for the two Soviet writers, and there are frequent references in the book to Mr. Trone and to his wife who accompanied the party. In the field of rescue and salvage of Jewish refugees from Hitler tyranny Mr. Trone played a positive part. He helped to arrange, through the Joint DisFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 J tribution Committee u, emigration of some W..,* 1 to the Sosua CoCy Jf public of Santo Doming e ^ Those who know Mr T_ stress his searching anaiJ 01 ^ mind, his vigorous VnS 1 ^ the intensity of his thinking 2 reactions which causes the w to come tumbling from him "* sort of verbal torrent. B| This formidable technical ana on the German reparations ££ lem is accompanied by a young. (Continued on Page 27) NEW YEAR GREETINGS SILVER BLUFF SUNDRIES 27S1 S. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 4-9209 MR. and MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE AND FAMILY and the DIXIE MUSIC CO. 701 N. Miami Avenue Extend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR LINICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Electrical Workers Local 349 I.B.E.W. 925 N. E. FIRST AVENUE GREETINGS May the New Year bring Victory for the United Natipns. and everlasting Peace to all mankind Florida Linen Service 100 N. W. 20th STREET That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 Producers of the Finest RYE, VIENNA, WHOLE WHEAT. 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PAGE FORTY-FOUR vjenisti norkHati FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 THE JEWISH SPORTS VEBR By HASKELL COHEN (Jewish Telegraphic Agency Sports Editor) (Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.) Another Rosh Hashona means another sports review. It lias become tlu' custom cm the approach of a MOW year to give a resume covering the various fields of sports of the year just C 0 'i c I u it e d. There have boon years In the past where Jewish athletes have established records. won boxing titles, and in general have brought reknown to their people. This year thr records for the most part are devoid of Semitic names for a very good reason, our boys are lieav.v engrossed in winning the greatest bailie of all time. They are hurling and wrestling With enemies in a game much more deadly than sports competition. Although the armed forces Conducted tournaments among the Allies, one rarely sees or hears of Jewish winners. Why this condition exists is beyond us. When we served a brief period overseas as a war con pondent, it was our good fortune to cover the Inter-Allied boxing tournament in Home. If memory servos correctly, hundreds ol fighters from different theatres of operations in Europe participated and not one Jewish boy w.,listed among the contestant. ]: u< mor on the service side that i >o\v action. For exampl< .. s^: Goldman ol Harti |, ( %  %  it was in charge of thi nng. a Sgt. Weisbergi r si -. \> d as a tn i for the Tyhr%  • an .. % %  Pi ..-. 1st where Ji wish athletes in the forces were m r< • We knew, tor i xample • • Wi iss Tw ins ol the Bronx continued to mop up all boxing competition in the Southwest Pacific Area. But at the same time we know that Hank Greenberg, recently returned to the baseball wars, didn't touch bat and glove during his fouryear tenure in the Air Corps. Our break-down reveals that lower Jewish athletes participated in professional and amateur sports during the past twelve month period. The war has enabled two veterans to stay up in the majors who ordinarily would be classified as double A caliber. We refer to Phil Wemtraub of the N. Y. Giants and Goody Rosen of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Wemtraub. after a sensational start this season, sloughed off sharply in the middle of the campaign and has fallen m the esteem of Manager Mid Ott. Rosen was given a last minute respite by Manager Leo Durocher of the Brooklyn Dodgers. In desperation, at the end of the training season. Loquacious Leo gave Rosen an opportunity to play the outfield. But tins, mind you. only after he had tried all the other outer gardeners on the squad. Coach Chuck Dressen worked liked a beaver to straighten out Rosens batting defects and in theend ot the spring training session had | discovered the serious flaw in Goody's stance. Once the Jewish lad corrected this fault he asserted himself as one ot the league's belter hitters, surprising everyone with his long distance Clouting proclivities. Handsome Harry r-cldman. recuperated from a lung ailment, stepped into the breach and filled a very important hurling assignment for the Ottmen. Harry knocked off five successive wins shortly after the season opi pea. The club gave Harry atrocious support and actually blew many of his games. However, there is every indication that Harry has arrived and will stick around the majors for many years to come as a winning losser. Hank Greenberg, of course, is Hank Greenberg and despite the four-year lay-off showed every indication of regaining his home run slugging status. The new year should definitely see him recover his old time form. Only the ravages of time can hinder him. He will be thirty-five years old by the time the next playing season rolls around. Baseball being decidely inferior during the war years makes it possible for a veteran like Jake Levey to continue hurling winning ball for Portsmouth at the age of 44.2 Jim Levey, former St. Louis Brown shortstop, had the Jamestown (Continued on Page 45) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to All I Wish to Extend the Hand of. Good Fellowship to My Friends Through the Holy Days of NEW YEAR 308 E. Flaqler St.. Phone 2-3718 LANG SERVICE STATION 427 S. W. 8th Street WISH THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR UV'ST WISHES TO MY M \\Y JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 SEASON'S GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated To Health 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-7896 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS JOSEPH REALTY "Over 22 Years ol Real Estate and Contracting Experience" SALES • RENTALS Property Management Mortgage Loans Arranged 311 S. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Jewish fk>ridiari !" >AY, SEPTEM BER some comfort for th 0 destruction of the great seas of Jewish learning in Europe. The saying of the prophet, "And ye shall be comforted in Jerusalem. has been fulfilled in our day. NEW YEAR GREETINGS WM. B. LaBAW ACCOUNTANT Commercial Arcade Prof. Klausner lecturing to students at Hebrew University on Modern Hebrew Literature. The Citadel of Spirit of Judaism SEASONS GREETINGS ELSASSER'S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-9296 (Continued from Page 17) in Talmud in the preparatory course), two professors and an instructor Hebrew literature. two professors, two lecturers and two instructors Jewish history and the sociology of the Jews, two professors Jewish philosophy and mysticism, one professor and one external teacher Hebrew language, and one instructor Palestinolojjv. The fact that the Institute is. 88 mentioned above, an integral part of the Faculty of Humanities is very advantageous, because under this arrangement tin' Jewish subjects are not separated from the Reneral subjects. It is true that the Jew subjects are ;| world in themselves and in these subjects instruction and research are different than in others. Nevertheless, the general subjects serve as a common basis for the Jewish subjects and as a comprehensive theoretical foundation. That the Faculty of Humanities has professors of Jewish philosophy and of general philosophy, profesBICHTEB'S JEWELRY CO., Inc. 160 E. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-2197 "WHERE THE ELITE MEET" Shangri-La OPEN TILL 2 A.M. 15 N. E. 3rd Avenue Elks Club Building Authentic Chinese Dishes LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Orders put up to take out PHONE 2-2277 BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Exclusive Distributors of Pur* Oil Company Products in SouthEastern Florida PHONE 2-1741 56 S. W. 1st Street MIAMI. FLA. sors and lecturers in Jewish history and in the history of Greece and Rome, England and France, professors and lecturers in Helm w literature and in English, French and Italian literature, professors of Talmud and of classical philology, is in itself a fact that is found to make for reciprocal influence between Jewish learning and general learning. Thus the Jewish subjects gain a wider horizon, and the general subjects are pervaded with the spirit of prophetic and later Judaism. In our days the Talmudic saying. "The Torah returns to her Home" has been fulfilled. For. the Torah that went forth from Zion has now returned to Zion. In this thought we may find HAPPY NEW YEAR The Public Self-Service Stores "A STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 337 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5921 The Makers of That Good ROYAL PALM CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend Best Wishes lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM CREAMERY (Incorporated) PHONE 3-8655 SEASON'S GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT &SON MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH WOFFORD PACKAGE STORE WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS CALL 5-1413 WE AIM TO PLEASE FREE DELIVERY 2401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO, GENERAL CONTRACTORS American Bank Building PHONE 3-0844 Sincere Best Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Captain Baron de Hirsch Meyer NEW YEAR GREETINGS JAMES W. BURNSIDE REFRIGERATION AND RADIO Specializing In Cold Spot and Grunow We Have Repair Parts For Immediate Service 3645 N. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 7-7431 OUR SINCERE WISHES TO JEWRY AT LARGE FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR it? WE/T FLAGLER ft KENNEL CLUB WFLAQLBR JACOB SHER, President Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Victorious Now Year



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. PAGE TWENTY fjenisii fhridliain FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Where Are the Jews of Europe? By MEYER LEVIN (Jewish Telegraphic Agency War Correspondent) (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) (EDITORS NOTE: Meyer Levin. Jewish Teli-Rraphii' Agency war correspondent, anil prominent novelist. who recently returned home after OOVering the war in Kurope. had a better opportunity than perhaps any other Jewish observer to see at first hand what had become of the Jews of Europe. He travelled the length and breadth of that tortured continent seeking the Jewish survivors. The following article paints a bitter picture of what he found.) For nine months I sought the Jews of Europe. When a city was entered by our troops, I went in and asked whether any Jews were still alive; in Paris, in Brussels, in Verdun, in Luxemburg, in Aachen, and in Cologne, Trier, Frankfurt, then in the concentration camps, in Buchcnwald and Dachau and Bergen-Belsen and on the roads where the last transports were disbanded. Over and over I have heard the story. From the beginning, in France, it was already a dirge, but as wc went eastward what we heard in France echoed as most favorable. In France, it was out of four hundred thousand, a hundred and fifty thousand, in Belgium, in Holland, the proportion grew smaller, and then there began to be places where the dirge went like this: Out of forty thousand, one hundred remain. Out of twenty thousand who lived in this city, seventeen remain. Out oi two thousand who started on our convoy, six remain. Out of a hundred and fifty thousand who have been through this camp, three thousand remain I went to all the cities and all the camps and then I went back to the places where people said, "but more will turn up. surely thousands have been hidden in the country, and they will turn up." They had not turned up. nine months later, not in any numbers. I went back to the cities where they had said, "things will be better for us now," and in the German cities, such as Cologne, the few surviving Jews said to me, "things are worse. Until our liberation, we were starved by the Germans as Jews. Now we are starved as Germans." And in Luxemburg and France the few Jews who had come back and sought their apartments were having to go to court to sue for the return of their homes, and several times when the courts returned their homes to them, new anti-Semtic organization appeared, such as the "Locataires de Bonne Fois" in Paris, to try to bar them from moving in. I went back to the concentration camps, weeks after they had been opened, and the French had gone home, and the Belgians and the Dutch, and the Russians were on the way. and there were liaison officers from every government to take care of their people, only the Jews were unspoken for, feverishly with mass anxiety. "Why have we last lew been forgotten?" they cried. They had not been forgotten. But representatives of Jewish organizations had been delayed. and delayed in their effort to get into the camps. Everywhere, in the cities in France. Belgium, Germany. Luxemburg, and even in the concentration camps, I heard the same story; anti-Semitism is stronger than ever. I met a man who had travelled all through Slovakia, and he said Jews can no longer live in such an atmosphere. I met a Luxemburger who had been for six years in a concentration camp with others from Luxemburg, but on the way home they put him out of the bus, they were not eager to have a Jew return with them. I met an American film director who had wanted to film a it' A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL VAN C. KUSSROW ACTING TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY £ We pause in our duties of serving Uncle Sam to extend to all our heartiest New Year's Greetings. May this year see an end to war, and a swift return of peace and prosperity to our land. tji Hollywood Beach Hotel OSCAR T. JOHNSON. General Manager scene of a Jewish religious service, in the concentration camp of Dachau, and had asked an American rabbi cnaplain to arrange this service in the main square of the camp, where various national celebrations had already taken place. The following day. Chaplain David Eichhorn informed this director, ColGeorge Stevens, that the camp committee—composed of representatives from among the liberated prisoners—had banned the open service because "a large Jewish affair of this kind might create incidents in tho camp." Col. Stevens, became red with reminiscent fury even as he told me of this. "To find such a thing, in a concentration camp! I went to that committee and told them we were having the service, and we had the service, and I filmed it. But to think that they would have banned it!" Yes. we can insist on the service, here and there, where we happen to be present. But those who have to live against the atmosphere, all their days, and with their strength already gone, can't do much in the way of insistence. In Paris, any day, I would pick up the Official Journal of France and turn to the back pages and find a column of Cohens and Abrams changing their names to Dupont or Leclerc. The one remaining Jew found in Verdun said to me at the close of the interview." but I must remind you, I am Catholic." The first Jew I talked to in Germany was a Protestant. And in all. what is left? Numerically, perhaps a third of the Jews of France are left, but this includes many thousands who escaped from Poland, Germany and Holland. It is not really a community. The Jewish organizations and corua-esations have IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN MAYO Commissioner of Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches Sincerest Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff and daughter Susan tions and they hold and they declare that ffS 2LJLW "riled, havin, S3 persecuted as Tne t2? S*} now rebuild as one sha11 But those who lived th** i the persecution arc moi^fe* tic in their partisan viv^" than ever beforeEach ^ feels that his survival ii JS" how a proof from


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.jDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewisti Fhrldian PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN Out of the Darkness (A Rosh Hashannah Message) By DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN President, Zionist Organization of America [rhi. year 5705 will go down in L -mnals of history as marking EP decisive defeat of the proUnists of a vile culture and inhuman philosophy. At rtsclam. representatives of the ut-mding democratic nations '. i„ preliminary judgement, harmony and accord, and de-tated upon the fate of those fcho were most responsible for tp cataclysm which has mndatid the world for these hanv years and has brought unhid hardship and suffering upon L neoples of all countries A visit to the concentration amps eves only an inkling of £1 indescribable horrors, phyIcal torture and moral degraation that were endured by the Efortunate vicims of Nazi ter%  W To the survivors, broken in lodv and spirit, a mere token lumber of the many millions ,ho will never again raise their oi ce s ,o demand justice, the exericnas which they had underlone will leave an indelible hark But the blot on the confciciice of the world can and will t erased from the memory of Lnkind. if those who have laid >wn their lives on the altar of %  vilization are to be vindicated. The San Francisco Conference, pnsidered within the framework of the future, is the beguiling o! what we hope to be the fatten) of the world tomorrow, he Potsdam Agreement brings the design into bolder focus. „o year r>706 ushers in an era decisiveness and finality. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. OSCAR BLASIUS 1688 Meridian Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CARRIB NOVELTY CO. Imported and Domestic Novelties 306 Congress Building PHONE 3-0110 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORTEZ COFFEE SHOP 241 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 2-5171 Phone 5-7111 EIFIEtn SHOP Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. To the Jews of liberated Europe victory has not yet come. Some have been repatriated; many arc stranded, homeless, hungry, bereft of any anchor to life and living. Among them are men and women who can never go back to their original domiciles—the seeds of anti-semitsm have blossomed in too much profusion to make possible, with any degree of safety and dignity, suih a return. Rehabilitation and resettlement are the solutions but these can be accomplished only on a basis of humanity and in line with the aims originally enunciated by the leaders of the democratic nations. The Jewish wanderers in Europe seek a haven in Palestine and the Jewish community of Eretz Israel eagerly awaits their arrival. They need Palestine as a physical and spiritual consolation; Palestine needs them as an instrument by which it can be developed so that it can take its proper place among the peoples of the world. The Zionist Conference held in London was the spokesman for these tragic remants of the Jewish people; it was the rallying point for all who demand that Palestine become a Jewish Commonwealth and that the inCLIFF'S Service Station 4500 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 7-9639 Tires Repaired and Recapping Batteries & Battery Charging Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Bake Rite Bakery. Inc. 471 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-7923 HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. T. L. LOWRIE 828 N. W. 3rd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS Up To Date Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 lquities embodied in the pernicious White Paper be swept away into the burning furances of the forgotten past. The year 5706 will find the international forces of evil demolished. The forces of good must now rally around the banner of justice; human values must once again prevail; high moral and ethical standards must once more be the norm. The Zionist Organization of America, will continue to remain in the forefront of all efforts to effectuate the permanent rehabilitation of the Jewish people—upon the land that is rightfully theirs, through the reconstruction of the Jewish Commonwealth of Palestine. May the New Year mark an end to the bitterness of the past, to the sacrifices and hardships NEW YEAR GREETINGS T O U B Y PAINTING CO. 669 N. W. Eighth Street MIAMI. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY DIETZ AND FAMILY To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers: May the New Year Bring You Joy, Happiness and Prosperity REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P. M. Sixth Floor Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S., Dir. that have been endured by all peace-loving and democratic peoples. May it bring to the Jewish people the realization of their ancient aspirations. To All My Friends And Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERG District Manager American Express HAPPY NEW YEAR • LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING 1443 S. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-8330 HAPPY NEW YEAR BRO WNLY'S 247 East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Candies, Fountain, Luncheonette, Home Made and Boxed Candies, Carmel Corn A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Window Cleaning Service, Incorporated FRED and HERBERT ABRAMS Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 To Our Patrone and Friend! A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH J. RAWLSON DAVE SCHWARZMAN RAWLSON AND CO. Interior Decorators 114 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-8959 SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-9472 To All Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year JERRY & MACK RADIATOR REPAIRS 2029 N. W. 2nd Avenue To Our Many Friends—A Most Happy Holiday Season MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY and HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 76 N. W. 14th St.. Ph. 3-1427 SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. G. Caskill Mr. and Mrs. HARRY SAFFER AND FAMILY Extend Their Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Artistic Beauty Salon SPECIALIZING IN Custom Permanent Waving HAIR TINTING 515 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5509 Miami Beach 39, Fla. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 6SS Washington Avenue PHONE 5-9709 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS Glass Parts 1849 N. W. 20th St., Ph. 2-7730 TO ALL Season's Best Wishes AMERICAN LEGION POST BAR CORAL GABLES 303 Alhambra Circle NEW YEAR GREETINGS 0ES0T0 2428 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 48-1888 DR. and MRS. A. LESTER STEPNER and STEPHEN AVERY and BARBARA ALLEN Wish All Their Relatives And Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THORNTON'S GROCERY 101 N. W. 26th Street Miami Monument Company Oliice, Plant and Display Patios 3279 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 "We Specialize in Jewish Monuments and Memorials" VISIT OUR STUDIOS AND PLANT AND SEE YOUR STONE MADE .... HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. S. MEYERS Exclusive Representative ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS 120 N. E. First Street Service Rentals Supplies • %  TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's A Pleasure To Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP, INC. 320 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 48-1731 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TWELFTH STREET BAR 228 12th STREET Miami Beach PHONE 58-9444 SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE TOWER DRIVE INN RESTAURANT 8001 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-9595 T AUTO SERVICE 2797 N. W. 7th Avenue The Home Of "SMILING SERVICE" GAS and OIL LUBRICATION Station Phone: 3-0857 I I



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PAGE FORTY-SIX *Jewisi>flcri(fi&in FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER Post War Job Prospects for Youth „ (Continued from Page 43) for themselves in new enterprises. Studies indicate that the manufacture and distribution of consumers goods, in which many Jews have found employment, will probably continue to absorb a COnslHerable number of .lews. Undoubtedly, a sizable number of Jews will benefit from the expected boom in housing:. They will be noticeable in skilled trades, viz: carpenters, electricians, plumbers, bricklayers, paperhaiiRers. Likewise, many Jews will be active in real estate; many others will be prominent in the sale of furniture and other household equipment. An Increasing number of Jews will probably enter various skilled and semi-skilled trades in which they may have acquired experience in service. Others will seek to learn trades either through governmental subsidized training in school or on the job. The service occupations represented by radio and electric servicemen, dental mechanics, beauty workers, and mi-. I merous other occupations are exI pected to absorb a great number of people. What about the job prospects of the voung Jewish non-veteran? He will not be eligible for the various educational and other benefits offered by the government. For some time after hostilities cease private industry, in addition to its obligations to rehire former employees, will probably give preference in employment to veterans. Certainly, for a considerable time after the war, jobs in civil service will be virtually closed to the non-veteran. If jobs become scarce, the youth fresh out of school and other nonveterans will probably be among the worst hit. Little has been done to provide for those groups in the post-war world. There a r e two occupational areas where the non-veteran will not be at a disadvantage; selfemployment both in professions and in business. Here too. how well he will fare depends not only A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Floridean Convelescent Home 47 N. W. 32nd Place Phone 4-6306 The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS BETH DAVID 'CONGREGATION "MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION" EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS, FRIENDS and FELLOW WORSHIPPERS a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year SEASON'S GREETINGS ADAMS Venetian Blind Service RECONDITIONING Also REPAIRING IN YOUR HOME CORNICES MADE TO ORDER REPAINTING RETAPING RECORDING Phone 9-2074 Niqhts and Sundays Dial 9-3612 2122 N. W. 27th Avenue MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 501 N. W. 41st Street PHONE 7-4829 SINCERE WISHES FOR, A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY upon his own competence but upon the general economic picture after the war. Despite this uncertainty, young people would do well to acquire as much education and specialized skills as possible, When in doubt as to the career to choose, they should consult a qualified voca! tional counselor. Free Jewish vocational guidance agencies are I found in the principal cities of 1 the United States. There they may be aided In analyzing their interests, capacities, personality, trainin): and experience BO that they may select and advance in a earn r of their choosing. The felicitous vocational adjustment of American Jewish youth may profoundly influence the direction and development of American Jewish Communal life. AlI though there is no assurance that even if our youth should find suitable employment they will adopt a more positive attitude towards Jewish life and institutions, it is | likely that they may be more faI vorable disposed to identify them, selves with Jewish causes if their I own economic status is secure. 1'ndoubtedly the whole Weltansehaung of our youth and especially our veterans will be tremendously affected by economic conditions prevailing in the postwar period. Likewise the extent to which Jews will suffer from discrimination in employment. Forward minded Jews will therefore recognize the importance of supporting those who favor and actively work for full employment. Continue to fight the danger of rising living costs by buying only what you need and at ceiling prices. Remember that 40 per cent of the price rise occureed alter the armistice in 1918. SEASON'S GREETINGS from STEMBLER, ADAMS FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY incorporated FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS T PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-6638 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM ICE COMPANY 438 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 3-3671 y HAPPY NEW YEAR RE IS M A N WHOLESALE BUTCHERS > II Ne w ear Greetings in RANGES RADIOS WASHING MACHINES K-W APPLIANCE SERVICE PHONE 4-9822 SPECIALIZED WESTINGHOUSE RANGE SERVICE WM. R. HENRY 640 W. 22nd AVENUE Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Roofinq & Sheet Metal Co. 550 N. W. 7th Street p ho ne 3-86 VICTOR R. KOHN—ELLARD G. KOHN Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR International Association of Machinists 919 Seybold Building Phone 9-3497 MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING HAPPINESS TO ALL Atlantic Marine Boat Yard, Inc. 410 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 3-4641 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR COUNCIL'S FURNITURE COMPANY 844 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-2395 To Our Many Friends and Patrons We Wish A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT Call 2-4141—31 N. W. 8th Street Lowest Miami Rates BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR VICTORY MOTORS, Inc. 1644 N. E. 2nd Avenue THE BEST PLACE IN MIAMI TO BUY—SELL OR TRADE YOUR CAR TO ALL IEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 341 N. W. 36th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS DIXIE RIBS AND CHICKEN Sea Food .... Spaghetti Patio and Counter Service—Curb Service Open At 5:30 P. M. — Closed Tuesday N. W. 20th St. and 17th Ave Phone 3-9139 Orders To Go Out Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers QUICK SERVICE PRICES RIGHT 41st Street and Prairie Avenue Phones: 5-7171 or 5-2050 in MIAMI BEACH SUN-TROPICS •



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HDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewist ncridtiari PAGE SIXTY-ONE The Jewish Center and The Veteran By SHIRLEY K. ELLENBOGEN (Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.) Ijewish centers will find it ,iy to seek immediate and Poetical solutions to a momenta challenge in the days ahead. [fill the normal program prove ,]. te to the expanded needs returning veterans? How can ,. Jewish Center enlarge its divines to stimulate underfending of America's role in luccessf u 1 achivement of the Lnce? Can the Jewish Center adapt itself to its role as an important channel of Jewish community thinking, so essential to intelligent action? These and other questions of equally far-reaching significance confront the lay and professional leadership of some 300 Jewish centers throughout the country, which look to the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) for guidance, according to Frank L. Weil, JWB president. Basic to any future planning for Jewish center work in the field of veterans' re-absorption into normal community life is the realization that many veterans today are being separated from the service. The veterans' own list show ways the Jewish Community Center can help i them gives high priority to soI cial and recreational programs %  and to vocational and educational guidance. Recognizing the varied program required, the Jewish Center Division of JWB, in cooperation with the organization's Committee on Veterans' Services, is preparing guidance and source material for use of its constituent agencies throughout the country. All Jewish centers are offering membership privileges to returned servicemen and women as a starter. Experience has shown that this policy attracts veterans to the centers during the crucial period when they are groping for community contacts. Suitable provision is also being made for transfer of membership and for traveling membership for veterans starting out in new communities. In several localities, a Business Advisory Service for War Veterans has been set up. This service renders practical counseling to veterans eager to return to civilian status. This kind of service will do much toward aiding men and women who have spent years in the armed forces to speed their readjustment. Guidance to the veteran with educational, vocational, social family and health problems is being furnished already by more than 70 community centers which are members of local Veterans' Service Committees. These committees as well as the Business Advisory Service Committees are being aided in their efforts by the JWB field staff of trained workers in the area of veterans' readjustment. Many of these field men were formerly engaged in the JWB-USO pro(Continued on Page 62) To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year // Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adelman [v, All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR r. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, Daughter, Harriet, and Son, Henry Ted fWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler I Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR lr. and Mrs. David Adlerblum and Daughter | Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR dr. and Mrs. Jerry Alexander and Daughter, Helena | Wi.-h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Morris and Anne Alpert and Family | Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR to. and Mrs. Sydney Allerman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR |Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel |*nd Children, Sydney and Ceil V. All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR |Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. 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Berger and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and Family wi-h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad and Family wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Morris Bain Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Raymond Bain .... and Family w 'sh All Their Relatives and .., Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR IWrs rjaisie Bandel. Claire and WI n All Their Relatives and A ,.. Friends ___A HAPPY NEW YEAR IMr, %  Bd Mrs. David L. Barnett Wi.u and Family A ?£ ir Many Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lawrence T. Berliner, Mrs. Celia L. Berliner and Manfred Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank and Family 321 Di Lido Island Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Bloom and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Bloomfield Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George A. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 vJkwisti Fhridliari PAGE THIRTY-THREE Planning Jewish Community Organization By H. L. LURIE (Executive Director Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds) (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) The past year has been a year of memorable events — memorable in world affairs, and in Jewish historyAn event comparable to the deliverance of Israelites from Egyptian bondage was the unconditional surrender of the armed forces of Nazi Germany, marking the end of a thirteen year period of disaster for the Jews of Europe. The pitifully few Jews who have survived concentration camps and murder factories give eloquent testimony to the cruelties RABBI AND MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Wishes for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR to the Officers. Directors and Members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and all its affiliated organizations and to all Jewry. RABBI and MRS. AV1GDOR GOLDEN and FAMILY Extend their Best Wishes for a HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally. RABBI AND MRS. SAUL.B. APPELBAUM Extends to all Jewry and members of Temple Israel wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4> CANTOR and MRS. MAURICE MAMCHES TAMRA ELAINE. WILLIAM and VALERIE wish for all Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO DAUGHTER AND SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation, A Happy cmd Prosperous NEW YEAR and massacres perpetrated against the 6,000,000 Jews of Western Europe since the outbreak of World War II. Helping to bring about the end of this holocaust of destruction were approximately 500,000 Jews in the armed forces of the United States, plus other large sections of the Jewish population directly involved in the war effort. Next to victory itself, the most positive aspect of the war effort for Jews as well as for all ? RABBI AND MRS. LEON KRONISH AND FAMILY Wish for the Members and Officers of Beth Sholom Center, its Sisterhood and Jewry at Large A HAPPY NEW YEAR CANTOR AND MRS. ABRAHAM FREIDMAN extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officers and members of Beth David Congregation, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. SIMON APRIL AND FAMILY Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshipers of MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG, and SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD TORAH A HAPPY NEW YEAR CANTOR and MRS. JULIUS ROSENSTEIN 1401 ALTON ROAD wishes for all Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter Rena Rahel and sons Efrom Zev and David Joseph wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR To the Rabbis and their congregations of the State of Florida. Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Happiness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory and Peace. Sincerely, 2aco& U. Kaplan Pres. Florida Rabbinical Association minority groups—and in fact for the entire country—was the increased national unity and the consequent retreat of divisive elements to underground and indirect channels. The spirit of organization engendered by the general war effort affected local as well as national action. In Jewish life it had a particularly salutary effect. In order to secure maximum support for the local, national and overseas needs which confronted Jewish communities, it was found necessary to maintain strong year-round organization and planning, rather than isolated and sporadic efforts. In no other way could the communities have taken advantage of the unprecedented availability CAPT. AND MRS. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN AND FAMILY Extend to all Jewry SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Hi RABBI AND MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. S. M. MACHTEI AND FAMILY Extend to all Jewry BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. LASARUS LEHRER Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION, of Key West. Florida SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR CANTOR AND MRS. EMANUEL BARKAN AND FAMILY extend best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year to the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, their families, the members, and to all Jewry. of funds, the great readiness of people to contribute, the effect of government taxes and other factors which have weighed heavily on the side of achieving record breaking campaign totals. It was in the field of community organization that the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds made its primary contribution. Basically the objective of the Council's work is to develop and strengthen representative local community organization to meet effectively community obligations and problems. Already 235 cities, seeking to develop Jewish communities alert to Jewish needs, have become members of the Counci. The aid which the Council has given to them has helped to focus all points of view in developing services to meet these needs, and to mobilize all resources and the participation of all groups to make the services effective. It is too early in the fiscal year to cite 1945 fund raising results although it is safe to predict that they will be the highest which Jewish communities have ever reaized. An analysis of contributions to Jewish welfare funds and federations during the year 1944 reached an all time high. Records of 173 members of the Council indicate they raised $41,411,410 in that year— an increase of 67.2 per cent over 1942 and 23.7 per cent over 1943. Favorable campaign results were attained in large as well as in small communities. Large communities with campaigns for $500,000 and over bettered their 1943 record by 19.4 per cent. In(Continued on Page 36) Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green Wish to the Rabbi, the Congation and Friends of the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. And all Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE GREETINGS for A HAPPY NEW YEAR tji Judge and Mrs. MORRIS BERICK JOY and FRANK MARTIN yj A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 3-3658 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1477 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Moderate Cost Sympathetic Service Refined Atmosphere "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. 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PIHDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewisti nor id/an PAGE SEVEN OHEATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep B Record of Our Men in SerTice WK n SERVICE PARADE! WRITER TELLS OF JAP ENVOYS AT IE SHIMA Miss Ellen Ravitz received an interesting account of the transfer of ilie Japanese envoys on i„.„\v;iv t<> Manila, from her ; ; „, Pfc. Herbert Ravitz USA, „o W on the island of Ie Shima. Dated Aug. 20, the letter reads '"••Somewhere on Ie Shima. As vou can sec by the above address l can now tell you where „, Most likely you heard the or read newspaper arUcles on what occurred here yesI was on the landing strip when the Jap envoys came in on Bettys and transferred to a C-54 to 8 on Manila. It was a sight pleasant to see. The two Jap planes were flanked by two B-25s and had a cover of P-38's. The Jap pilots made good land: ••] took some pictures of the landings and also the take-off of the C-54. I hope they come out good. Yesterday I also got ;i uple of shots of the Ernie Pyle .Memorial. He was killed on this island and the 77th put up the monument. The inscription on it reads, "On this spot the 77th Division lost a buddy—Ernie P: !': Ravitz has been in the Pacific since the beginning of the Philippine Islands compaign, and has followed the war with his camera. He hopes to be home in New York by this time next year. At present, two more hers of the Ravitz family are in the Pacific; Lt. Edward Ravitz, and Cpl. Max Lipshitz, both in the Philippines. Pvt. Leonard J. Horn has notified his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Horn, of 636 10th Street. that he is being sent overseas. Horn, who took basic training st Camp Blanding, was an engineering student at the University ol Alabama before entcring service last February. Flight Officer Eugene L. Solomon. USAAF, of 1050 6th Street, Miami Beach, is now in France, doing transport work. His plane, "Hell's Avenger," was the last B-177 in the European compaign to bomb Berchtesgaden, Hitler's Bavarian chalet. His bombing squadron received honorable mention in a recent issue of "YANK," which gave a pictorial review of this last bombing mission over the target. F/O Solomon also participated in the last j raids on Berlin. "Hell's Avenj ger," minus its fighting equipment and converted into a transport, is now flying more peaceful missions to ports in Africa, including Casablanca. Overseas for 32 months, Cpl. Albert N. Coopersmith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cooperj smith, 1224 Michigan Avenue, is j serving as a medical technician | with the 411th Engineer special j shop battalion in the Philippines. A veteran of service in Australia and New Guinea, he wears the wreath of the Meritorious Service Unit Plaque and has two battle stars in his Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbon. COURSES AVAILABLE TO EX-SERVICEMEN AJC TO PRINT COOK BOOK AND BULLETIN FORMER IWB DIRECTOR WRITES INTERESTINGLY Harry Herbert, writer "f the following letter, was H<>KIOIUII Director %  .f the Jewish Welfare Board thai nerved thin area. Innlm; the eetabMxhmenl of Snack Bar on Miami Bench, he was HHnlgned here (u as%  l in this Bpeclal task and other Army ami Navy Committee projects. S/lc Don A. Mayerson, 19, will arrive home this week on a ten-day leave. A radar trainee at Great Lakes naval training center, he has just completed boot training. He is a 1945 graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school where he was a member of National Honor Society and Secretaries of War Bonds and Interior in student council. In his senior year, Don won the B a u s c h and Lomb award, presented annually to the student most outstanding in science throughout four years of work. Don's Florida placement marks were second highest in the class. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mayerson, 1309 Euclid Avenue. Think, act, be American! Buy More War Bonds. MARINE LANDING Under a dying moon they waited, Under the smoke lay Engebi; Naval guns had finished their task, The only sound was the surging sea. Nine were assigned to a landing craft, Camera men and a radio team, Their precious cargo canvas covered, Huddled together in Boat 13. From the shore came a hail of bullets. Japs in a pillbox held life cheap; Our first assault wave overreached them; Death had a rendezvous to keep. But dead Marines can steel the will Of frightened men to a calm intent; Burdened with fieldpacks, carbines, rifle*, Into the boiling surf they went. Some found cover beneath the water, Some edged back to a stranded Jeep, Living crawled over dead and dying. Coral beads cut cruelly deep. Then their faces were set m anger, Hands burled forward a live grenade, Concrete flew from the Jap emplacement, Another landing bad been made. Dorothy V. Walker August 26, 1045 Hello Fred: By chance I looked through a newsrack while visiting Ledo, at the start of the Ledo road, and found, much to my pleasant surprise, a couple of copies of your Floridian. Chaplain Blumenthal receives them and has them available for the boys desiring them. You, and many other magazine and paper people, deserve many thanks for your thoughtfulness in providing this recreation for a lot of tired boys, anxious about home and homefolks. Even I was thrilled to read of familiar people, the political contests, the completion of The Snack Bar that we discussed so many times. I have always been extremely proud of the Miami Jewish community and its efforts in behalf of all service men. Wherever I have been, in a few parts of the world, I have many times corrected erroneous impressions gained about Miami because of misunderstandings. The JWB Army and Navy Committee has done a splendid job, and I'm happy to note that they are still on the job, serving the boys coming home. Nice going. We took a lot of Sam Blanks' time. He has been an able leader. Along with Monte, Stanley, Zukernick, Sirkin and the many others like Bertman, Singer, Weinkle and many others, a very fine job has been done. Your community has gone to the trouble of learning the proper way of doing things. CBI isn't easy, but, now that it is all over, the work will naturally subside. In the short time I have been here, I tried to get in touch with the many Jewish men in the area, and you'd be amazed at the numbers and how they are stretched for miles and miles of discomfort and grime. They have done a great job, all of them, and we can't do enough for them. Please give my best to our mutual friends, Talianoff, George Chertkoff, Yussel Rose, Grossman, Marash, etc. All of them. It was swell knowing them. Hope we can get home soon and repeat the many friendships, greetings, handclasps. Good luck to you, and in behalf of the boys far from home, who have had the pleasure of reading your paper, thanks. Sincerely, HARRY HERBERT JWB in CBI Any course, shop, technical or general, will be available to veterans and other adults through the Miami Dade County Institute. This school will be operated by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, in the VocaI tional Education Building, 1410 ] N. E. Second Avenue, for vetj erans and other adults, accordi ing to Dr. James T. Wilson, County Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Wilson stated the purpose of this organization is to offer j to the veterans and other adults i of Dade County any educational opportunities that might be de| sired by the individual veteran. The Institute is to be under the supervision of Don T. Mann, director of Veterans Education for Dade County. A printed folder containing a synopses of the courses that might be offered together with the plan of operation is now being distributed by all the organizations concerned with the | adjustment of the veteran to civilian pursuits. These folders are for any one interested in fathering his education, and may be had upon request to Don T. Mann, 275 N. W. Second Street. The Miami Dade County Institute is being organized to offer to the returning veterans and displaced war workers the opportunity to prepare for civilian work. The school will offer courses jn shop and trade training in the shops now equipped and available in the Vocational Education Building. In addition, acCpl. Carl Warner, of the U. S. Marine Corps, is now in Maryland, in Chemical Warfare. He visited his home, 311 17th Street, Miami Beach, for a week's furlough last month. His brother. Lester Warner, USN, is now at Key West after coming back from his initial cruise. Another brother, Jerry Warner, recently enlisted in the Army. SERVICEMEN'S SQUADS TO PERFORM HERE Many brilliant football performers have thrilled South Floridians in Miami's famed Orange Bowl, but the collection of stars will seem slight compared to those who will appear when Fort Pierces powerful Amphibs face First Air Force of Mitchell Field on Sept. 29 and AFFTC's Skymasters on Oct. 7. Professional and college greats are sprinkled throughout the three squads who will perform under the sponsorship of the Miami Optimist Club of Greater Miami. Proceeds from the two games will be divided among Navy Relief, Air Forces Relief and Optimist Chariti es. WOUNDED IN ACTION Pfc. James Sugerman, 25. Marauders, of Revere, Mass. In the Pacific. Bronze Stars, and Presidential Citation. Mrs. S. H. Leslie, President of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress in the Miami area, announces that this year the Chapter will print a bulletin, under the editorship of Miss Malvina Weiss, community and civic worker. The Chapter plans, also, to publish a cook book, comprising recipes submitted by Chapter members. Proceeds will go to a worthy project to be announced at a later date. Both the cook book and the first issue of the bulletin will be off the press in November. celerated high school courses will be available for those wanting to complete their high school education. Arrangements have been made with leading correspondence schools and institutions of high learning to offer courses at reduced rates with supervision of the study by qualified instructors, if sub-normal registrations will not justify the organization of a class. Registrations will be accepted at any time beginning September 10, 1945, at the Vocational Education Building, 1410 N. E. Second Avenue, fourth floor. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Perse will return to their home on Miami Beach Sept. 10. Joseph Rose, director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,tion, was guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club, Wednesday at the Strand Restaurant. SEASON H'l" iiiiihinii S GREETINGS n X iiMn "mi 1: in RUSSIAN AMERICAN CUISINE Steaks — Shaslik LUNCHEON — DINNER A la Carte At All Hours Stalingrad Bar and Lounge Choicest Liquors 929 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-7846 MIAMI BEACH Reliability is essential in the handling of Real Estate If You Are Buying a Home or Selling a Home SEE I. S. SHAPOFF Reliable Realtor 2755 South West 27th Avenue Phone 4-7027 SPECIALIZING IN SOUTHWEST HOMES P


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 'JewisiiUutMrn PAGE NINE Jewish Issues in Congress By HARRIET GREEN [Copyright. 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.) Congress during the present 79th session, and its predecessor, the 78th, concerned itself with a number of questions of particular interest to Jews in the United States. Palestine, war crimes, refugees, immigration, Fair Empoyment Practice Committee have been lengthily debated on the floor and in committee. Numerous bills ana resolutions have been introduced on these subjects, some receiving active consideration while others languished. Outbursts against Jews and Negroes increased, in number, intensity and blatancy of prejudices expressed. At the same time, believers in the principles of the Constitution, which they swore to uphold, have attacked these poisonous manifestations which come, usually, from a comparatively small but highly articulate group of both Democrats and Republicans. A number of them are held in anything but high esteem even by their own colleagues. Eight Jewish Representatives, all Democrats, were elected to this Congress. Five of them were r e-e 1 e e t e d i— Representatives Bloom. Celler and Dickstein of New York, Sabath of Ilinois, who is chairman of the powerful House Rules Committee, and Weiss of Pennsylvania. Two are newly come to Washington. Rabin and Rayfield of New York, and one returned after several years' absence, Koppleman of Connect ieut. At least twelve resolutions dealing with Palestine have been introduced in the present session of Congress by Representatives from eastern, mid-western and western states. Resolutions introduced in the previous session died when the session ended. The current resolutions were all referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, where their consideration was delayed by the absence of the chairman. Representative Sol Bloom, who was one of the American delef ates to the United Nations Conerence in San Francisco. Representatives Barry, Bennett, Buckley, Celler and Somers of New York, Hartley of New Jersey, Geelan of Connecticut, Lane of Massachusetts, R a m e y of Ohio, O'Konski of Wisconsin and Holifield of California are each represented by resolutions. The Wagner-Taft resolution of the preceding session of Congress was tabled last December By the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by a vote of 12 to 8. This resolution called for unrestricted immigration of Jews to Palestine and the ultimate establishment of a Jewish commonwealth there The committee's negative action was taken in accordance with State Department opinion that "the passage of the resolution at the present time would be unwise from the standpoint of the general international situation." At the same time, the twelve senators issued a statement recording their own personal approval of the resolution. No resolutions on Palestine have been presented to the Senate during this session. Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York, however, reminded the Senate of the Palestine resolutions introduced by himself and Senator Taft, and by Representatives Wright and Compton in the last session, and that free access to Palestine for the remaining ^ NEW YEAR fo tfimce AMEMCANJOIL COMPANY and Us affiliate PANJAMERICAN REFTNlNG_CdRP. Jews of Europe is a matter of "justice." A few weeks after the opening of the San Francisco conference, Senator James M. Mead of New York telegraphed an appeal for establishment of a free, democratic Jewish commonwealth in Palestine, to the four Congressional representatives on the United States delegation. Shortly after assuming the Presidency, Mr. Truman told Representative Celler that he stands four-square (Continued on Page 12) BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, AND PATRONS for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Emerson Tire Company (Not Incorporated) U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS 600 N. E. First Avenue Telephone 3-5308 prori mio rws GREETINGS! THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY WISHES FOR YOU A YEAR OF HEALTH. HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY TALE OF THE LONESOME LEAF "You never know who's going to go next," said the first leaf. Even when the sun shone and it was warm, a storm or a cloudburst would come sometimes and many leaves were torn off, tho they were still young. "You never know who's going to go next." "The sun shines now," sighed the second leaf, "and when it does, it gives no warmth." "Can it be true," said the first leaf, "can it really be true that others come to take our places when we're gone and after them still others, and more and more?" "It really is true," whispered the second leaf. "We can't even begin to imagine—it's beyond our powers." "It makes me very sad," added the first leaf. They were silent for a while. Then the first leaf said, quietly: "Why must we fall?" The second leaf asked, "What happens to us when we have fallen?" "We sink down," said the first. "But what is undei us?" "I don't know," answered the other leaf. "Some say one thing, jome say another. But nobody knows." The second leaf asked, "Do we feel anything, do we know anything about ourselves when we're down there?" The first leaf answered, "Who knows not one of all those down there has ever come back to tell us about it." They were silent again. Then the first leaf said tenderly, "Don't worry .... why, you're trembling. "That's nothing," said the second leaf, "I tremble at the least thing now." "Who do you think will go first?" said the first leaf. "Oh, there's plenty of time to worry about that," assured the other leaf. "Let's remember how beautiful it was how wonderful when the sun came out and shone so warmly that we burst with life, almost. Do you remember? And the morning dew, and the beautiful nights." "Now the nights are dreadful ... so cold ." complained the second leaf. "We shouldn't complain," said the first leaf gently, "We've outlived most of them." "Have I changed much?" asked the second leaf shyly. "Not in the least," the first replied. "You only think so because I've become so yellow and ugly But it's different in your case." "You're fooling me," the second leaf insisted. "No, really!" the first leaf exclaimed! "Believe me, you're as lovely as the day you were born. Here and there, maybe a little yellow spot, but it's hardly noticeable and only makes you handsomer, believe me." "Thanks," whispered the second leaf quite touched. "I don't believe you altogether, but I thank you because you're so kind to me you've always been kind to me. I'm just beginning to understand how really kind you are." "Hush," said the other leaf. Hours passed. Neither of them spoke. A moist wind blew cold and hostile through the tree tops. "Ah, now," said the second leaf, "I ." Then her voice broke off she was torn from her place, and spun down. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenisti ncriafibtn PAGE FORTY-THREE Post War Job Prospects for Youth (Continued from Page 42) is likely that it -ftor the war, a nv more will turn to training. rndoubtedly, great strides have been made in providing for the nhvsical, educational and economic needs of veterans of the present „-.,r in contrast with the woefully inadequate provisions made for UM veterans of the last war. But what is likely to be the reaction of the veteran when he completes his governmentally subsidized education and finds himself unable to get a job? True he may receive $20 a week unemployment benefits for a period up to a year, blll what next? Does this inadequate sum solve the long range problem? Little attention has been paid to this unpleasant but crucial question. A widely observed fact is that many veterans are reluctant to return'to their former jobs because they were dull, ill paid, and dead end or the strong feeling that there are now greener pastures elsewhere. In the metropolitan New York area many veterans are keenly disappointed with the relatively low salaries they are offered compared with the fabulous salaI ries they heard about while in si iV' as well as the fact that advancement to good jobs is still a slow, uphill process. They are fairly insistent In their demands for jobs offering security and promitlonal opportunities. A considerable number have no clear notion i to what sort of work they would like to do. Frequently, there is a tendency to express interest in fields for which they are unqualified or in which job opportunities may be limited. Hence, the acute need for qualified career counselors. If disillusionment thrives among veterans now, what is apt to occur when more than ten million veterans return? They will have to compete with millions of displaced war workers, and also with youngsters who will be fresh out of school. This is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges facing us. Although the future is uncertain a number of occupational areas are expected to attract a considerable number of Jews. Limitations of space make it impossible to present a detailed forecast of the various occupations in which American Jewish youth will enter. American Jews have been preponderantly city dwellers, white collar workers, professionals, small business men and shopkeepers. It is not likely that the pre-war occupational distribution of Jews will radically change. Should any unforseen economic change occur, it is probable that, as a supremely adaptable people, we will adjust ourselves to the new conditions. The following fields are expected to offer considerable opportunities for some time after the war. Before the war, a considerable number of Jews were employed in Civil Service jobs. Although many federal agencies will be dismantled or curtailed after the war, it is likely that the government will still be the largest employer in the country. Since veterans enjoy a bonus of 5'/ r on Civil Service examinations if non-disabled and 10',; if disabled in service, a considerable number of Jews may seek their careers in governmental service. Among the professions popular among Jews, the outlook is believed to be favorable in medicine, dentistry, engineering, optometry, social work, although the existence of racial quotas may continue to limit the number of Jews in these professions. Teaching and accounting will continue to beckon many. Less optimistic are the prospects in law, although some maintain that conditions may be satisfactory for a few years after ; the war. Many young Jews will seek caI reers in small businesses of their own. These would do well to acquire business experience or training before making the plunge, for one recent study showed that more than 50',; of all new businesses fold up within three years. Although present practice governing G. I. loans is discouragingly complicated, it is hoped that simplification of procedure may enable qualified veterans to strike out Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schnacho 744 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-7764 Auditor Accountant Wish All Clients and Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JOHN and MARJORIE WILLIAMS of the CORAL GABLES POTTERY SHOP 2931 Coral Way "Fiona's Finest Pottery Gift Shop" Phone 48-3055 SEASON'S GREETINGS M. B. NEWMAN COMPANY. INC. Real Estate—Property Management First Trust Building MIAMI, FLORIDA M. B. Newman, President To My Patrons and Friends A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH Z. BOUCHTER PAINTING — DECORATING 1128 N. W. 49th Street Phone 7-2810 SEASON'S GREETINGS An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 422 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-5515 'MORE FOR YOUR MONEY" Sears, Roebuck and Co. BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 13th STREET A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE GREETINGS NICHOLSON PAINT COMPANY 218 Alton Road PHONE 5-1479 SEASONS GREETINGS %  EGETABI.ES V ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St.. Ph. 3-8795 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Rossman AND FAMILY DADE FEDERAL frunnys cmdMxm association. OF MIAMI 45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVS JOSEPH M. LIPTON PRESIDENT ijj JOSEPH M UPTON.ME5I0ENT RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 yj EXTENDS SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINGS 1945-46 — 5706 (Continued on Page 46) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and Son, DENNIS STEPHEN wish all their relatives and friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2016 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 GREETINGS... SAXON C I G AR E T T E SERVICE 3898 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami. Fla. Phone 7-6677 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. M. J. SAFRA 840 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Reform Conservative And Orthodox Rites and Rituals Strictly Observed "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 +Jewish flcrkiian Jews Under the World Security Charter (Continued from Page 34) cd at San Francisco, it will be seen that the immediate effect of the adoption of an obligation "to encourage respect for human rights" is likely to be very limited. Nevertheless, the charter contains provisions which give an opportunity to the friends of liberty, if they have the will and the energy, to expand greatly in the coming generation the area of protecting human rights everywhere. The Constitution of the "American Union, when it was first adopted, did not contain a Bill of Rights. That Bill of Kights had to be added subsequently, and often in the teeth of strung opposition. The same procedure will have to be adopted by those who really believe in the principles which the new organization has at least to encourage, Though the guaranty of human rights is not achieved, the charter nevertheless marks an important step forward in that field. The definite gains may be listed as follows: V A new world organization is established that is strong enough to undertake the task of promoting, and evenually protecting, human rights.' Without such an organization, the outlook would be dark indeed for many minorities, 2) For the first time in the history of mankind the human rights and fundamental freedoms of men and women everywhere are brought within the competence of an international organization. The organization is at least empowered to take the first step toward the enactment of an International Bill of Rights. 3) A commission on Human Rights is established, if it does its work adequately, will keep a watchful eye on the situation in respect to human rights in every country. All who are dedicated to the cause of democracy can by united action eventually make of the Commission on Human Rights the spearhead in the struggle for liberty; and in cases where discrimination and persecution are carried to a point, as in 1933, where they became a menace to the general welfare, the assembly is undoubtedly authorized by the Charter to take steps which might lead to action on the part of the Security Council, the only body endowed with real power under the charter. Morever it must not be overlooked that the new organization will be empowered to create specialized agencies, in association with the Economic and Social Council to perform the practical functions of rehabilitation and the resettlement of refugees which would help to re-establish the conditions of economic and social stability in which alone true liberty and democracy can flourish. All this is not without its significance, but in the interests of truth I must repeal that the Charer, as it stands at present, does not guarantee or protect a single right. The charter is a promise. It is not a fulfilllment. But the promise has not been made by some external power. The democratic countries, which today exercise the military power of the world, have made that promise and it depends on the vigilance of their peoples whether the promise will be fulfilled. PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Enemy ears Are ever near If we don't talk They can't hear. Buy More War Bonds. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WACHSTETTER'S DAIRY MORTON SPEIER, Local Manager 54 N. W. 40th Street Phone 78-2759 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SIDNEY WASSERMAN AND FAMILY 2210 S. W. 17th STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. H. Woodsmall Insurance Agency, Inc. SURETY BONDS 1114 Congress Building Phone 3-2529 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FREE DELIVERY PHONE 5-1719 FREE GIFT WRAPPING THE MODERNE PHARMACY • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED S5i 41st Street Miami Beach. Fla. GREETINGS.... AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers FOREMOST FARMS INCORPORATED %  'WE BELIEVE IN THE SOUTH" THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) QUESTION: Why is the Sholar blown on Rosh Hashana? Why is a ram's horn used as a Shofar Was the Shofar blown upon any other occasion? Is our blowing of the Shofar on Rosh Hashana connected in any way with the horn blowing on New Year? ANSWERS: It seems quite apparent to the observer that the most cardinal characteristic of the New Year is the blowing of the Shofar. Indeed its original Biblical name was "a day of blowing" and not the later prescribed name of Rosh Hashana. Yet, it must also be remembered that Rosh Hashana was not the only day of the year on which the sounding of the horn or trumpet was ordained. The Bible explicitly decreases the blowing of "chatzontzros" (clarions) on every first of the month as well as on all holidays. On these other occasions, it is true that silver trumpets were blown whereas on the solemn days surrounding Rosh Hashana, the simple wind instrument made out of a ram's (Continued on Page 38) Buy More War Bonds. To All a Most Happy New Year FL A G L E R FOTOSHOP Identification and Visa Pictures While You Wait CAMERAS BINOCULARS Portraits Novelty Photos 263 East Flagler Street PHONE 9-2143 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY SIRKIN u* GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS 515 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 3-4884 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MODERN PAINT COMPANY PAINTING CONTRACTORS Operated by Fred Walker 3825 N. E. 1st Court Phone 78-3119 MR. AND MRS. 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rpmAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 fJcnistiflcricfrar? PAGE THIRTEEN Jewish Issues in Congress (Continued from Page 12) I from the deaiTchamber preLed for it by his Southern colLeuos on the Rules Committee. Lon-ontative Sol Bloom, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, who celebrated his sevlenty-fifth birthday and is servSe his twelfth consecutive term n Confess, and Representatives roller Dickstein, Marcantomo and P-well of New York. De ?" „f Washington, Case of New Jersey who, despite his "freshman" status of a firsttermer, called Rankin on his anti-S em i t ic and anti-Negro Stements, Hook of Michigan and Bender of Ohio, the freshmen M<. -dames Helen Gahagan nougla-o f CaUfornia and Emily Taft Douglas of Illinois. Moving to the other side of the Capitol, Senators Wagner and Chavez, Mead and Thomas of Utah are deserving of praise for their efforts in behalf of democratic principles as applied to minority groups. The Congressional Record carried several tributes to Jews in, and out of, the armed forces. Representative Dean M. Gillespie, of Colorado, paid honor to General Maurice Rose, commander of an armored division who was shot by a German soldier while surrendering. Representative George G. Sadowski of Michigan lauded the "heroism and sacrifice" of Lt. Raymond Zussm.in. an official of the Teamsters' Union in Detroit, who was killed in action in France and posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Sadowski inserted a laudatory article about Zussman from the "International Teamster." The Congressional Record captioned Sadowski's remarks, "Detroit Jewish Boy Kills 17 Germans— Hero Wins Congressional Medal of Honor." Senator Kenneth S. Wherry, of Nebraska, placed in the record an address in tribute to Henry Monsky, delivered by Father Flanagan of Boys Town in Nebraska at a B'nai B'rith banquet. Under the head, "Carroll Binder, Jr.'s Tribute To a Minority," Representative Emily Taft Douglas of Illinois inserted a sharp denunciation of "Jewbaiting," and an appreciation of a missing Jewish co-pilot, by the son of the well-known "Chicago Daily News" correspondent. Young Binder, himself a pilot and missing in action, wrote in his diary, and Mrs. Douglas had printed these ironic excerpts: "The Jews have a genius for finding themselves safe and sheltered jobs, such as flying crew positions in the Eighth Air Force. I can verify that frdm what I knew about our own squadron in which 12 per cent of the pilots, six per cent of the co-pilots, 30 per cent of the navigators, and 20 per cent of the bombardiers belong to the tainted race. ... So Mike went down, and no doubt at the very moment that his plane caught fire, some sturdy defender of the American way of life was urging that people of Mike's faith be surpressed.' If I had been Mike I would not have had the heart to go on fighting after reading some American newspaper or hearing of Jew-baiting by certain public officials. But he kept on going in the hope that decent Americans would win out in the end. I pray his hopes will be fulfilled." BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Concha Restaurant 1101 N. Miami Avenue Spanish Meals Our Specialty We Serve Parties On Request PHONE 2-9210 HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Friends DADE COUNTY DAIRIES 7500 N. E. 4th Court Phone 7-1977 HARRY SPEIER, Owner Sincere Wishes For AHAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of Mattresses and Box Springs 64 N. E. 73rd Street Phone 7-7333 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service 3030 N. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 2-5053 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. Buy More War Bonds. Fenimore Apartments and Hotel 1200 EUCLID AVENUE Wish all their Friends and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dade County News Dealers Supply Co. 146 N. W. FIRST COURT I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF ROSH HASHONAH To extend New Year Greetings, Best Wishes and My Sincerest Thanks and Deepest Appreciation to all of my FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS AND CO-WORKERS Whose help has made successful our earnest efforts with the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Of which I am honorary life president and THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED OF GREATER MIAMI Which I have the honor of serving as president. May God give us strength to continue in our noble work. Mayer H. Frankel HARRY GORDON •CCUTIVE SECRETARY JOSEPH L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 710 SOUTH WEST 12TH AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA WE WISH YOU A NEW YEAR REPLETE WITH HAPPINESS AND THE FULFILLMENT OF ALL YOUR DEAREST HOPES AND WISHES EMANUEL GORDON HARRY GORDON DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI I .. %  ; %  : %  l>



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PAGE EIGHTEEN Jewisti flcr/df/ftr? FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. .o The Year in Washington By HERBERT SELIGMANN (Chief of Jewish Telegraphic Agency Bureau in Washington) (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) As the scale of war sank against the Axis during the past year, Washington became the funnel through which America spoke its warnings to the Axis criminals — warnings against those who were exterminating the Jewish people in Germany, Hungary and Bulgaria. It was a year in which effort slowly SEASON'S GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY CO. SHEET METAL AND ROOFING CONTRACTORS 134 N. E. 6th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA W ADELMAN'S PIPE & STEEL CO. AND MR. and MRS. NATHAN ADELMAN AND FAMILY EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY IN GENERAL AND RELATIVES IN PARTICULAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ill 1 mounted to prepare for the tremendous job of salvaging the i pitiful remnants of six billion I Jews in Europe. It was a year of effort to open the doors of Palestine to those who could no onger find a home in ravaged Europe. And it saw the beginnings of the great struggle to assure, through a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission, that Nazi racism should be outlawed from the processes of employment in the USA. Through the Congress of the United States, backed up by stern warnings of Secretary of State Cordell Hull. America expressed its indignation at the "cold blooded tortures and massacres" of one million Jews threatened with extermination in Hungary. The Nazi went so far as to try to barter these helpless lives against a rclaxaMR. and MRS. A. P. GANNES and Family Extend New Year Greetings to the Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education and their families, their many friends and the JcAvish Community of Greater Miami tion of the Allied blockade of Europe. The year witnessed, too, ghastly confirmation through eyewitness reports and documentary photographs of the most terrible atrocities in humanity s history, committed in such Nazi hells as Auschwitz and Birkenau where millions of men. women and children were brutally done to death. One of these exposeea was issued by the executive offices of President Franklin Di Roosevelt through the War Refugee Board. That Board, now preparing to end its work, stood in the forefront of human salvage work. It confirmed that German shellfire had sunk a Turkish vessel bearing 250 Jewish refugees from Constanza to Turkey. It induced Bulgaria to begin the process of revoking its Nazi-inspired anti-Jewish laws. During the year, within this country. Hie trial of 29 defendants on charges of wartime sedition dragged through months of every kind of obstruction by the defendants and their attorneys. The courtroom was made a forum in which copies of antiSemitic literature were passed out to reporters. Some of the reactionary press espoused the cause of the accused scditionists and referred to the case as "persecution." Among the documents which the trial produced was a revelation of plans for a civil war against the Jews in the United States. Proceedings terBEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY'S JEWELERS 240 5th Street PHONE 5-2236 MIAMI BEACH To Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year SAVOY HOTEL MRS. BRIGHAM 252 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 2-8827 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR DUNLOP LEATHER GOODS STORE "If Its Leather, We Have If Zippers Repaired Repair Work of All Kinds 108 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-5475 NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOSEPH M. CHEETHAM 609 Biscayne Building NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR E TIRE COMPANY SUPER RETREADING AND RECAPPING 1501 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-2629 EGNER & MULCAHY Tailors 11 N. E. 2nd Avenue y WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS Coral Way Gardens 1661 S. W. 22nd Street PHONE 4-1145 minated in a mistrial with the death, in November, 1944, ot presiding Justice Edward Eicner. In its role of champion of the oppressed, the United States took the pioneering step of establishing an emergency refu.'rr shelter, accommodating almost 1000 refugees, many of them Jewish, at Oswego, New York. They were brought here by army transport from Italy and speedily accommodated themselves to American ways, and are now seeking means of remaining here. Senator Robert R. Reynolds, head of th c fascist "Nationalist" party, publicly opposed any more such havens, while Secretary of State Edward R. S t e 11 I n l u s hoped such refugee would be established by all freedom-loving countries of the world. President Roosevelt, in a letter he wrote to the National Refugee Service, praised the spirit of those who had found asylum in this country and said the refugees, by their services in the war effort, had justified the haven which had been ganted them. Again and again President Roosevelt championed the basic idea of tolerance. In a December message to the National Conference of Christians and Jews, he called for a USA free from intolerance and prejudice. His tragic and untimely death was felt as a deep personal loss by millions of Americans. His successor in the presidency, Harry S. Truman, at once showed he intended to carry on in the spirit of the fallen leader. President Truman strongly championed the bill to create a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission. In his first address to Confess A new President reiterated til .** ditional American oD^iti! 1 ^ bigotry and mtoE i n quoted from SolonioUn L and that, in behalf of hi ** he might be give, an standing heart." n und The cause of Palestine ,.,,. • the forefront of pUg? ZZ sion throughout the year i both the House ot R t p resc n tives and the Senate rcK"> were introduced asking far h*. immigration into Palestine Th various Jewish '.reani7ati !" 7 the Zionist OrdSSSn j America, thc American Jewish I Congress, the American j£8 %  Conference, the American Jew ; ish Committee, and other oreani zations all included Palestine as a foremost item in memoranda which their spokesmen at variI ous times submitted to the Presi j dent, to Congress, to the Dum. barton Oaks Conference and eventually to the United Nations i conference in San Francisco. The preparations by Jewish (Continued on Page 19) SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Hotel & Restaurant Employees & Bartenders Union LOCAL NO. 133 MIAMI, FLORIDA 240 N. E. 8th Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE C APT. JAMES E. SCOTT MR. and MRS. HARRY KOVNER wish their friends and relatives a very HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ MR. AND MRS. LOUIS E. 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tewklh_IEIIiOipidliiaun Corm(ivnvn3THE JEWISH UNITY [ c^ndb THE JEWISH W EE KL Y VOLUME 18—NUMBER 36 MIAMI! 8, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1945 64 PAGES PRICE ONE DOLLAR High Holy Day Services in the Synagogues and Temples of Greater Miami Jho Hj eh HoJy Days w u be !" rl in with services in all "Greater Miami Houses of JOWh.p this evening. A survey cat, Tl Part of the week indi in' at overflowing gathers', will participate in services ms week-end with many of the Rogues finding it difficult to Wjwio adequate seating. Ithc tr n m n topic8 wiU deal with Md-f 11 '"' 1 th( -' mc f victory Stare! PCaCe '" rclation to tht %  wETi US announce d by the ^s aref r the Holy m ^ Israel, Reform, 137 evenSaul B Cl Ck With IN. P Q1 I rae| Rcforn %  l laSSS/Wl Friday Nil %  1 1 lot irv ices"Rnuv ?rtl lraa y morning 5 Kab bi Appelbau fe*hin S R ".in %M P" • l c hallen"h 0n ~ Vindication of a ^Saturday morning urn will have as his sermon topic "Rosh Hashona — A Reaffirmation of Faith." Beth David Congregation, Congregation, Conservative, 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue, services Friday evening at 7:30. Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8 A. M. Rabbi Shapiro will have as his central theme for discussion "After the Strife of War Begins the Strife of Peace." Junior services for boys and girls from 6 to 18 will take place in the auditorium Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30. David Jacobs will deliver the sermons and Sidney Dickson, Frank Green berg and Charles Rosenblitt will officiate. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue, Friday evening services at 7 P. M., Saturday and Sunday mornings at 9 A. M. Rabbi Murray Grauer, guest Rabbi of New York, will preach on both days. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will chant the services. Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. Fri| day evening services at 7 P. M. Saturday and Sunday at 8 A. M. and 6:30 P. M. Rabbi Simon April will conduct services and will preach Saturday morning on "Our New Year Prayers. Sundav morning his topic will be "Our Spiritual Heirs." Congregation Beth Jacob, 301GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR The classified directory of persona) New Year greetings will be found on pages 61-62-63 of this edition. 311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Orthodox. Friday evening services at 7 P. M., Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8 A. M. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach to worshippers in the synagogue and in the adjacent community building. His topic for Saturday will be "Looking Backward," and on Sunday, "We Look Forward." Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the services in the synagogue building. He will be assisted by Mr. H. Halpern. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by Mr. S. Guttman, will chant the services in the community building. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Conservative. New Year services will be ushered in at sundown Friday evening at 7 P. M. Services begin Saturday morning at 8 A. M. with Rabbi Irving L e h r m a n preaching on the subject: "The Fruits of Victory." Cantor Emanual Balkan will chant. Rabbi Lehrman's topic Sunday morning will be "Driftwood." Evening services for both days are scheduled for 7 P. M. Temple Beth Sholom, Chase Avenue at 41st Street, Miami Beach, Liberal. Services will be held in the new building, Friday evening at 8:15 P. M. with Rabbi Leon Kronish preaching on "The Dawn of a New Era." Saturday and Sundav services begin at 10 A. M. Thb first day the Rabbi will preach on "5705— The Year of Decision"; Sunday his topic will be "5706 — Will Jewish Prophecy be fulfilled?" Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant the musical portion of the serv.ces assisted by a soloist and organ accompaniment. 1: 1 %  ,'.' It 4 | f.:t *•



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PAGE SIXTY-FOUR fjewistflcridian ft \ \ Combatting Anti-Semitism (Continued from Page 57) American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League in an all-out effort to prevent BCUrrilotlS and unfair attacks on any group. Religious Organizations Through cooperative religious organizations we promote interfaith activity, channel pro-democratic material to the religious press, aid in the development of religious textbooks and supply information to ministers, religious writers for honest presentation. For instance, this year the Anti-Defamation League has established a new group called, '"The Christian Friends of the Anti-Defamation League,'* composed of leading clergymen. Education Does Its Share With educational organizations we share in the development of teaching manuals and materials designed to give American youth a better understanding and appreciation of the cultural values of the varied groups which together comprise the American people. This department has been strengthened by the addition of professional staff, highly trained in the phases of intercultural education. Projected On A Face-to-Face Level The Community Service Division consists of the central staff, over 150 public relations committees in as many cities, eleven regional offices, 2,000 key men in 1,000 cities. This division is a clearing house for information and service for the national organizations and the community groups — adapting national projects for local community use. aiding in local problems, circulating i n f or mat io n and maintaining constant contact between Jewish communities. New Projects Currently Being Developed Are. Visual Education. Preparation of a series of 16 mm. films for use by schools, labor unions, civic groups. Veterans' Program: Enlisting the fighting men in the battle for the preservation of the freedom for which they fought. Labor Program: Bringing organized labor into the fight against anti-Semitism. Scientific Research and Analysis: Isolating the microbes of hate and measuring the effectiveness of projects for overcoming the disease. This new program will utilize the services of the Institute for Social Research. Overseas Activities: Fighting infectious anti-Semitism before it has a chance to spread to our shores. Active campaigns for abrogation of Nazi legislation, indemnification, repatriation, and related problems are scheduled for 1945. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BRILLIANT CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 240 W. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2894 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR New York Delicatessen and Restaurant Delicatessen — Pastry — Rolls — Cakes 44 N. E. First Street Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR GENERAL INSULATING CO. MAKE YOUR HOME COOLER 420 Lincoln Road Phone 58-1139 MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CITY LAUNDRY. Inc. 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR COULTON BROS. SERVICE STATION* and GARAGE 840 S. 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PAGE FOURTEEN i fJewisti fhrkBat) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 The Cantor-Artist and Business Man By WALTER DUCKAT (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) There are few Jews who at least some time during their life haven't heard the tremulous vocal renditions of a cantor. For the majority of American Jews whose synagogue attendance is limited to thrice yearly it may mean hearing the cantor at his best. It is during the High Holy Days that he usually has his largest audience. Like any other profession there are cantors and cantors. Only relatively few earn enough to devote the major part of their time to this vocation. These are generally associated with large synagogues or temples. Some of the outstanding cantors are reluctant to offer their services exclusively to a congregation. They find it more profitable to secure individual engagements for the major Holydays, such as the High Holydays, Passover, Succoth, Shabuoth, etc. Other cantors will accept yearly contracts which require that they lead the service only once or twice a month. Their agents scurry about attempting to find bookings for them for their free sabbaths. A popular cantor"s income may be supple! mented by singing liturgical and folk music over the radio, at parties. Bar Mitzvahs, weddings and at other gatherings. In addition to their chanting of the religious services, most cantors either assist the rabbi or officiate alone at weddings. This is also true at funerals among many orthodox and consservative Jews. Fees received for these duties supplement their income. Several enterprising cantors have established their own thriving marriage salons. These cater chiefly to smaller weddings which have become popular during the last few years. For a fairly modest sum their owners offer their quarters, their own services, those of a soloist, organist, and a buffet meal. There is little of the fuss or elaborate preparation characteristic of larger, more formal and expensive weddings. Several of these businessmencantors are reputed to gross over $20,000 a year. This development has made deep inroads into the income of many orthodox and conservative synagogue and their rabbis. The Reform Temples and their rabbis hardly are affected since their congregants BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MURIEL SPORTSWEAR 3717 N. Miami Avenue — Phone 7-0939 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MINA LEE IMPORTER, Inc. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer and Daughter OF THE EDWARDS DEPARTMENT STORE 1726 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 2-6550 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. M. BEAR & SONS Sunland Fashions of Miami 50 S. E. FIRST STREET MAY THE COMING YEAR BRING PEACE AND HAPPINESS TO ALL CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue — Miami Beach Phone 5-6711 '.{.:! i GREET IN GS FROM Butler's, Inc. SHOE STORES STORES ALL OVER THE SOUTH are usually on a higher economic level. Although a few men command good salaries, the majority of the approximately 1.000 professional cantors in the United States earn from $1,500 to $5,ooo a year. About 1,500 other cantors are employed by small and poor congregations. In addition to their cantorial duties, they often also serve as ahochet, teacher and in other capacities. Some cantors supplement their income by selling insurance, others are practicing attorneys, accountants, salesman or engaged in other crafts and trades. One, Reuben Tucker, has succeeded in crashing the portals of the much coveted Metropolitan Opera House. His contract with the Metropolitan is reputed to release him explicitly from sing ing on the Sabbath or Jewish holvdays. Annually, the eantoratc is beset by the influx of holydav selfstyle cantors. These men arc not professional although they may be familiar with the traditional chants and have tolerable or even good voices. They view the High Holydays as a means of earning extra income which, depending on their prowess and bargaining ability, ma y range A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL *L FRED HURT Real Estate Broker 2665 Coral Way PHONE 48-2172 ^ SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS JACK H. PERO 1411 S. W. 11th Street PHONE 2-8275 yj PETE'S BAR The Finest Cocktails On Miami Bea"ch —also— BEER AND WINES Service Men Always Welcome 1137 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-9544 PETE FRANCIS, Prop. ^ A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RALPH C. POLE Your Miami Beach Councilman ty from $50 to over a $1000. Considering that it means only several hours of singing on the night of Selichot (propitiatory prayers), Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur, it may explain why so many non-professionals annually vie for these posts. Another factor is that many congregations are too poor to employ a cantor on an annual basis. The professional cantors associations have attempted to control the undignified and indiscriminate hiring of cantors by urging congregations to use their (Continued on Page 15) TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HERB ANGEL And Associates HATTIE'S B 58 N. E. 14th St. PHONE 3-9249 A HAPPY, PEACEFUL AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL 0. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER 1549 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-2245 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Oft INK eca COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 North West 29th Street Best Wishes For a Happy New Year. .. CROWN DISTRIBUTORS 1334 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-6174 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND VICTORIOUS NEW YEAR RUDY'S SERVICE STATION 2005 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 3-9365 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR STOP AND SHOP CURB MARKET FANCY MEATS — GROCERIES — VEGETABLES 31 N. 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*IDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 fJenistincricfian PAGE FORTY-NINE THE SHOFAR By JULIUS L. WEIL (Continued from Page 47) mael had after forty years of gert wandering finally reached the promised land and settled £ 0 wn life was even and peaceful. Rust like the tekiah of the shofar. But when the enemies of the Jews flttiuked them, due partly to IsLacl's own guilt, destroyed the feemple and carried the Jew off hnto the captivity of Babylon, life Eras disturbed, but not shattered, because the Jews still had a chance o exist as a people with their institutions of learning as a beacon, their life was like the shevorim. After the destruction of the second temple, however, the Jews ere dispersed all over the earth, SEASON'S GREETINGS MRS. A. M. JEFFERSON Surfside Barbecue 7305 Collins Ave. their life as a nation completely shattered, and disapora was like the teruah. When we assemble in our synagogues on these Holy Days, the sound of the shofar ought to help us not only to visualize these thoughts, but also give us opportunity for determining our own future. The situation of the Jews at present is of utter destruction, physically and spiritually, a shattered teruah tune. Our hands is the means to repair this chaos, and into a better situation for our people. We must recognize the values of Jewish life, and benefit by them, we must become more and more conscious of our being Jews. Our children demand our attention to instill them with the spirit for which five million of our brethren in Europe have laid down their lives. We adults must not forget that Jewish education does not stop at a certain age but continues till the Jew breathes his last breath of life. The Torah, our gift to the world, must return to its esteem and honor in our midst above all, must come back from the background into the forefront of our life and actions. If we do that we can hope that the situation of the Jews can once more return to a stage where it can be compared to the peace and tranquilty and even strength of the tekiah. Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. B. COOPER PAINTING AND DECORATING Satisfied Customers for Over 20 Years 2100 N. W. 13th Avenue Phones:3-7621—4-4179 Israel prays— Holy shawls, Sacred scrolls Israel prays. Today is Rosh Hashona, In freedom loving countries, Where all men are free— In tyrant ridden countries, Whire man lives in slavery. Israel cries— Tears streaming, Hearts bleeding— Israel cries. In homes of love and laughter, In tragedy's lair of disaster, For old and young, The weak, the strong, To all a new hope dawns. Israel calls— Through shofars "Tekaih" Pleading "Tekiah" Israel calls. Today is Rosh Hashona, With gladdened heart, And head held high— "L'shono Tovo Tikosevu" Hear Israel's joyous cry. Where breathes such courage, Such race cannot die, But must live on to greater glory, As each Rosh Hashona adds another Glorious page to a beautiful story. Today is Rosh Hashona— May health, happiness and prosperity Be with you always. With a "L'shono Tovo Tikosevu" My friend I greet you. A. J. GLICKSON. NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM HENRY A. WALLACE Washington (JTA)—Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of Commerce, issued a Rosh Hashonah message through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, aecTaring: "As the Jewish New Year approaches, people everywhere can thank God that the days and nights of terror have passed. Millions of Jews who committed no crimes have been murdered. Those who were responsible must be punished. Those who survived the Nazi persecution will, I am sure, help make this the sort of world where evil will never triumph again." SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS Nick's Wheel Aligning 2100 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 if* is the BEST.' **, Eugene's Pkg. Store 169 S. E. 1st Street WISHES ALL ITS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR I V I %  >*' • V A HAPPY L'SHONO TOVA OnrLLamL $£JOA,%JUAOL 1220 OCEAN DRIVE — MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR ijj "MAKE US A MUST FOR A DINNER DATE" ~Jke Cftanticlm 626 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE I of PEACE! The Victory Year, 5705, passes into history. It was a good year, but a sad one, too. It saw the defeat of Hitler and his cohorts and the militarist rulers of Japan; it also saw much blood spilled in the battle for freedom. As this New Year begins for the People of Israel, the prayers of all are that 5706 will see the rebuilding of shattered European Jewry well on its way, along with the binding of the wounds of all Nazi victims. May 5706 be remembered in Jewish history as the year when the United Nations laid the corner-stone of the Structure of Peace and Justice, the permanent guarantee that Hamans and Hitlers will never rise to power again. 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PAGE FORTY vJewist rkridMan raiDAY.SEPTBffi Fp, Planning Jewish Community Organization (Continued from Page 36) more evident in 1945. Central Jewish organizations have been formed to coordinate functions formerly carried on independently by separate agencies. These have the obvious advantage of central planning, greater lay participation and hence a democratic representation, better interpretation of the needs and services essential to the welfare ol the community. Many of these central agencies provide for fund raising, budgeting, social services, community relations and Jewish education. As a result of the trend towards central planning, numerous drives for capital funds were planned or begun in 1945. These are ir.tended primarily to improve, extend and to provide adequate medical, health and hospital services, meet the Increased needs of the aged and chronically ill. establish centers for the development of Jewish education, culture. recreation and other essential needs. Planning for these and other developments increasingly has been based upon careful studies, surveys, and analysis. The events which occured in the year 1945 were not only history making. They have served to shape the mold for planning constructive Jewish community programs for the post-war period. To give substance to these pans is the grave responsibility of American Jews. To achieve them, the American Jewish community need only adhere to the words of Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote the night before he died: "The only limit to our reali'zation of tomorrow will be our doubts of today. Let us move forward with strong and active faith." FESTIVAL We who will summarize each day, And make the festival at yearly end. Who turn to eagles when we say The sky is clear enough to send Our spirits deeper into heaven's heart. We who clarify each motion's breath. Who turn the wilderness into an art. How far can our lives ever be from death How far from pain our live depart? AUTUMN So wonder what the closest season is? Spring?—not spring, because we long too much. nd thus behold her in anxiety Than honest love: comes slowly like an age. And summer is something too physical. A growth of flowers in the plastic heat. A covering leisure rolled lrom heavens Filling in the space between every cloud. And as for the winter, that's a season Hardly to be spoken of, a clean threat Which I expect to dread and don't in truth. But Autumn — here's a season for us all. Rich, colored, like an overwritten poem, Yet worthwhile in a way. like a king's wife. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP '•By the Railroad Track" Painting — Color Matching Seat Covers Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-7681 Best Wishes to Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLDEN-WOOD. Inc. 2010 N. Miami Avenue Mr. & Mrs. Jules Pearlman and Mrs. Jessie L. Zucker Wish All Our Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All A Most Happy New Year MR. and MRS. IRVIN L. SIEGEL Washington. D. C. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Avenue A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. G. J. GERSON OPTOMETRIST Office At Burdine's NEW YEAR GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. Cold Storage Facilities Fruits VegetablesProduce Seeds Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 3-1219 NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. 77 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 78-3213 SEASON'S GREETINGS MARION BUTLER REAL ESTATE 1616 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-6409 A Most Happy New Year Miami Beach Chemical Co. Anchor Brand Products Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Supplies. Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR y SARAH SHOCHET SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR M e Arenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 DAIRIES MB %  Barring Palm Beach County, '•jSj'pioNationally Famous Southern, D* ducts and Ice Cream. ^ AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR F** *MA^^A*0V0*0W*0WMWW^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. Weal Palm Bea< 7^ 0 No job too large or too emalL Over 50 years u



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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 fJewistifhrtcfiajn PAGE FIFTY-THREE tosh Hashana and the Synagogue (Continued from Page 52) Leu to his faith could be judgWhal has all this to do with L Hashonah; This period in he Jewish calendar is the proof Lf the ahove made statements. Inly once a year, for three days, Inch Hashonah and Yom Kipkur the Jew finds his way back L 'this ancient institution in fcwish life. That is about all; The time he can spare from his | failv chores for some devotion to Ms God. Then, these three days; Iyer the synagogue sinks back : htu oblivion for another year. ; not a deplorable situation t Rosh Hashonah should be '„!' time when the Jew gathers u 3 synagogue for just the bnl\ time a year: If we now look t the second significance the tynagi Rue has in our modern t we must only feel more for deserting our house of worship. When the Nazis set out pn their plans to destroy and Eonquer the world, the houses n: rship of the Jew, going up j, were the torches of E, g on the horizon to which In* democratic world turned Mind eyes. Had the world realized what these burning synaCogue.meant, our youth would ho! have had to fight this war. [ But even we Jews who were lout.-ide of conflagration failed to see the significance of the burning Bote Kenesioth. On Rosh Hashonah we pray to our Heavenly father for all the good we desire, for physical and financial security, for tranquility and peace and good health. If our wishes are fulfilled, we are satisfied, if not we grudge. But we fail to see that we too must give something in return. Should not Rosh Hashonah be the highlight of our regular attendance at the synagogue, instead of the sole instance? Should we not desire to derive more and more inspiration from the High Holidays to make the synagogue once more the Beth Hakneseth? Should we not doubly pray for enlightenment to seek the place for our spiritual guidance in the synagogue instead of other places? And finally should the fate of our brethren across the seas be not enough forceful reminder not to burn synagogues as the eternal light, but keep the eternal light of God burning inside the synagogue? Rosh Hashonah this year is celebrated in a world rid of Hitler. But we Jews can only feel victorious if we have conquered our apathy towards the synagogue. The return to the synagogue is only complete and has served its purpose when the synagogue is once more the center of Jewish life and activities. May God not only grant us our individual wishes on Rosh Hashonah, but give us enough insight and enlightenment to return to our Bote Kenesioth not for three days a year, but daily and weekly to find there inspiration to carry on our duties to ourselves and the world in the holy environment in the house of God. Provide for your futurity with military security—don't talk! Best Wishes For A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR MRS. MOLLY KURLAND of the Kurlcmd Apartments 1622 Euclid Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LA CUCARACHA NITE CLUB 2386 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9513 MR. and Mrs. DONALD S. LaVIGNE join with their children LT. and MRS. MYRON COWEN and son GARY JOHN and LT. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE and child In expressing their best wishes to all their friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS GREETINGS The Best Chop Suey in Town CHICKEN CHOW MEIN ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 West Flaaler Street OPEN ALL SUMMER MR. and MRS J. BALLAS And Associates of BALLAS GROCERY Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BUTLERPAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY 1336 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 3-7272 The City Produce Company Extends To All Friends Greetings for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Greetings of the New Year C.L. BAND Manufacturer Representative Hotel Stationery Colored Picture-Postcards Book Matches Specialities 1780 S. W. 14th Street Phone 2-7709 Miami 35. Florida DR. and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN who are spending the Holy Days in Brunswick, Ga., wish all their friends, and every member of the household of Israel a Very Happy New Year. "May this year be indeed the happiest year of your life, and it be for Humanity, a Blessed Beginning of An Era of Peace and Prosperity." Happy, Healthful and Prosperous NEW YEAR TO Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons 1462 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLAMINGO CABS 24 HOUR SERVICE Miami Beach Phone 5-3344 < f i NEW YEAR GREETINGS LOUIS HAFTEL EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S SPECIALTY SHOP 1035 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-4245 \ > A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL HALLMAN GROCERY & MARKET 10071 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9600 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KOLBER BROTHERS Manufacturers of Venetian Blinds 2100 N. W. 13th AVENUE Phone 3-6641 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SMITH'S BOULEVARD PHARMACY Corner 79th St. at Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-5567 Miami, Fla. PRESCRIPTIONS SODA FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVICE J. W. ADAIR, Proprietor uia BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR NEIL BERK AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS MIAMI BEACH Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Taxi and For Hire Association PHONE 5-7626 "Ride With Men Who Know the City" Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR "TED" BRAMSON, President NATIONAL TERMITE CONTROL. Inc. DIAL 3-5210 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL National Welding Supplies Co., Inc. 2120 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-0581 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. S. VAUGHAN PLUMBING and HEATING 1716 N. W. 45th Street Phone 78-3809 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVIS & WHITE SERVICE %  •* %  ••.. COMPLETE SERVICE GARAGE IN CONNECTION NOW LOCATED AT 701 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-9934 jtz%2gm-,T~W



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1IDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenlsli fhric/ian PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN COMBATTING ANTI-SEMITISM By NATHAN M. OHRBACH National Chairman, Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. (Continued from Page 51) 520. This campaign is now CoL-aring as a series of twelve fosters on 1,000 billboards being Replayed in 130 cities and valued C S250.000. It has been reSdapted on 16,000 car cards, envelopes, blotters, and millions of natihbook covers. Ml Newspapers and Magazines The general press — 1,900 lailies with a 43,000,000 circulation—the rural press, the foreign %  neuage press, the Negro press, he labor press—with 10,000.000 eaders—receive and use maerial from this division. To the Ktv desk go news releases — bai'k^i'ound material, cartoons nd even comic strips for the litorial and feature writers, lany requests for material eraa|ate directly from the publications which have come to recogJize the authenticity and reliability of this division's infornation on contemporary Jewish kffairs. 330,000 Books This Year Mori' than 330,000 copies of important books carrying our nessage were distributed to libraries and other institutions vhere they are accessible to the public this year, as against 50,last year. Material and comjl,w ideas have been furnished writers whose books are published through this division. 9,000.000 Pamphlets The Public Relations Division das distributed more than 9,000,D00 pamphlets this year, as kgainst 3.000,000 of last! All are ailored to fit the audiences to rtiich they are directed. Heard By 7,200 Audiences Through cooperation with nonprofit lecture bureaus, we presented the most noted names on the lecture platform to a total listening audience of more than 30,000,000 people this year, representing an increase of 200 listening audiences over the preceding year's activity. 40.000.000 Comic Books This effective medium for reaching the younger generation and the men in the armed forces has undergone tremendous development. We have received the cooperation of the leading comic book publishers and comic book writers in the adaptation of our material, and have been successful in assisting in the production and distribution of millions of copies of the comic book adaptation of "Tomorrow the World," 5,000,000 copies of "They Got the Blame; the Story of Scapegoats;" 3,000,000 copies of "The Leather Necks Have Landed;" and 5,000,000 copies of "Hop Harrigan." Facts and the Law Applied The Fact-Finding and Legal Investigation Division is the emergency section of the defense program. It has undergone tremendous expansion in the past year, in line with the function of dealing with overt manifestations of anti-Semitism and organized activities of anti-Semitic groups. The facts gathered by the division are channeled to the proper authorities for remedial action and use as a guide for the over-all operations of the defense program. An Arsenal of Information The Research Division and library staff maintain a storehouse of catalogued and assimilated facts—20,000 volumes in the libraries—files of newspapers published throughout the world—over 2,000,000 individual items of information pertinent to the defense program, catalogues in the clipping file over a period of ten years—rare documents sought by government agencies, analysts and writers. The division responds to a continual stream of requests for their recognized reliable information from newspapers, magazines, schools, public institutions, private institutions and other profound findings are published in their regular publications, "The Contemporary Jewish Record," the "Committee Reporter," "The ADL Newsletter," and "Facts About Fictions Concerning the Jews," and a host of similar books and pamphlets totaling a publication circulation of one-half million copies. Pro-Democracy Organizations Labor, educational, veteran and other organizations devoted to the cause of American democracy, willingly join with the (Continued on Page 64) Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. We take this opportunity tn extend Beat Wishes to all of our Friends in the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center and to Jewry at large for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman Superior Kosher Delicatessen 107 S. W. 8th Street Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR from MR. and MRS. M. A. MINTZ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ ANTILLA HOTEL 1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714 CORAL GABLES SINCERE WISHES F O R A HAPPY NEW YEAR The EMBRY-RIDDLE CO Chapman Field PHONE 48-1771 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS "ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINEST" RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE 464 W. Flagler Street Branch Offices TELEPHONES 3-7454 Station D $931 Collins Ave. • %  1039 Station E 1787 Blcayne Blvd. Station F 213 S. E. 1t Ave. Station V 1038 Bitcayne Blvd. A HAPPY NEW YEAR New York Meat Market 619 Washington Ave Phone 5-1197 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR J. T AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-Operation 6207 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 78-2419 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Giffen Roofing Company 236 Aragon Avenue Coral Gables Phone 4-16S1 SEASON'S GREETINGS Louis Foxman Service Station 560 Washington Avenue Phone 58-9157 Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM KIMMEL of Fashion Jewelry Gifts Shop Wish Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR Hugh S. Larrick REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Road Phone 5-2773 it Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR PACKARD MIAMI CO. Exclusive Packard Dealer 1700 N. E. SECOND AVENUE A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL THE PRESIDENT HOTEL 1423 Collins Avenue Phone 58-2557 MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. SAM GOLD Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MARTIN GENET MIAMI BEACH A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Buy Sell Repair Electrical Appliances Refrigerators and Water Pumps Richard B. Fontaine 471 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-3398 T. E. STADIG and ASSOCIATES of the STADIG ELECTRIC COMPANY EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 2221 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 4-9613 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. L. Springer WILLIAMS SPRINGER POULTRY MARKETS 2091 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-3673 MR. and MBS. SAM WIESSEL and the SILVER FLEET CABS Wish All Their Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors of Congregation Beth Jacob OF MIAMI BEACH Extend to their members and families, friends and fellow worshippers BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR •And the Lord Shall Be Klnf? Over All the Rarth. In That Day Shall the Lord lie One and His Name One." MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY TO ALL y MARINE TERRACE HOTEL 2719 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1241 A-: % 



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PAGE SIX fJewist thridHam < i COMMENTS ON VIEWS OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN President Truman's press conference statement on Palestine is "the most realistic statement to have issued from the White House and the most damaging to Zionist objectives," the American Council for Judaism declares editorially in a forthcoming issue of its "Information Bulletin." Calling upon Zionists and anti-Zionists to ponder the President's statement carefully, so as to avoid illusions, the editorial proceeds with the following analysis: "First, the statement indicated that the President discussed the subject. Discussion, however, is not a synonym for approval; and gives no indication of attitude. "Second, the American position is described: 'that we want to let as many of the Jews into Palestine as it is possible to let into the country.' That is no more than a continuation of the frequently repeated government indication of support for more liberal immigration opportuni; ties for Jews into Palestine. "But, third, the position is Conditioned by the subsequent clause '. and still maintain the civil peace.' This is a clear j indication that even the policy of I continued immigration depends on agreement with the local population, that is with the Arabs. On this point, the President's statement is completely in line with the British White Paper which also bases further immigration of Jews into Palestine after 1945 upon the consent of the Arabs of Palestine to that policy. "Fourth, the further comment is made that 'the matter will have to hie worked out with the British and the Arabs for a Jewish state.' If this means that agreement to a Jewish State is dependent upon the Arabs of the neighboring Arab states as well as those of Palestine, then plainly the finish has been written to the Zionist chapter. "The final comment was 'there is no idea in the mind of the President or his advisers of sending a strong military force of, say 500.000, soldiers overseas to keep the peace in Palestine.' Here is a clear intimation that the present Zionist demands would have armed intervention as a likely consequence and that the United States will have no part of it. Whatever the position of the United States on the knotty Palestine problem, American recommendations will be advisory only and will not be backed by our armed forces. With this sentence the President injects a most sobering and realistic consideration, one that can only be injurious to the Zionist program. For to raise the question dt supporting Zionist aspirations by American bayonets is to answer it." ROOM DEDICATED TO "MOM" ENGLER Dedicatory ceremonies took place last Saturday afternoon of a formal reception room in tribute to the late "Mom" Engler, i furnished by the "Englerettes.' The late Mrs. Engler served as sponsor and chaperon for the Englerettes, a group of young girls who put in thousands of 1 hours entertaining servicemen. I The room is at the Naval Air Gunners School, 27th Avenue land 32nd Street. It was accept1 ed on behalf of the school by Captain H. T. Tyler. A reception and tea followed. Mrs. Engler s daughters, Molly and Ida, were present. A. Bramson returned home after visiting with relatives in New England. Lt. Perry C. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cohen. :C>'J4 Indian Creek Drive, has just completed a visit with his I parents and wife here after returning from overseas duty. He will leave for further service at Beaumont, Texas. Best Wishes To All For A Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. HERMAN KOHEN MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. ED SINGER OF MIAMI BEACH wish all their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS G. WARNER MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes For A Very HAPPY NEW YEAR HYLAN KOUT and Family MIAMI BEACH COMPLIMENTS 11 MR. and MRS. HENRY D. WILLIAMS AND FAMILY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHANIEL J. KLEIN MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. ISADORE RUBIN and Family 1421 Collins Avenue Miami Beach i l Wish Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL $ Wm. Jennings Dunn Harold M. Wilson MIAMI BEACH BOY SCOUT TROOP MEETS ON THURSDAYS Boy Scout Troop No. 6 meets every Thursday at 7:30 P. M. at "Y" hut. All boys over 12 years of age willing to become scouts arc invited to attend or register to join. Plans are now being made lor the fall season coming activities. No new registrations can be accepted after a full troop membership, Nat Cans, scout chairman, stated. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBE R 7 ,„, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka returned home after vacationing in the North. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ling returned home after ing in North Carolina. StervisitJack C. Cohen arrived this week to spend the holidays with ins family. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser wish all their relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl Susskind and Elsie G. Shackman wish all their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS BLOCK and Family Wish All Their Friends In Greater Miami A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. Z. I. SABSHIN Wish All Their Frienls A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOSEPH ROSE Extend Their Best Wishes For the New Year to All Their Friends And The Friends of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Irving Nathanson Kenneth Oka Harold Spaet MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ; i ; HERMAN WEPMAN MIAMI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR y Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner and Family A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Dr. Leonard H. Jacobson BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. M. REDER MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MILTON WE IS S MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Robert S. Florence Mitchel D. Price Charles W. Zaring BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jerome H. Weinkle MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL FREDERICK J. WARD MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. MAURICE VAISBERG Best Wishes To All for A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE SCHWARTZ MIAMI BEACH Happy New Year Greetings To All Herman Morrison Berk MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR DR. H. W. PRACHT MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ; ii DR. MANNING J. ROSNICK HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH DR. and MRS. MAURICE I. RO sE with Howard and Donald wish to extend to all their Friends Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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PAGE TEN • JewistHerMian FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7 Some Threw Their Dos Tags Away (The Story of Jewish GIs In German Prison Camps) By RUTH KARPE (Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc.) It isn't generally known, and it isn't talked about—but Jewish GIs in Germany WERE segregated in PW camps, and did get the worst starvation rations and the hardest work details including 10 hours a day, seven days a week slave labor in salt and rock mines. I have talked to a great many soldiers who were prisoners of the Germans, Jews and nonJews, enlisted men, non-coms and officers. Their stories vary —as apparently did Nazi policy. | At some camps, no discriminatory measures were applied; at others, Jews were completely segregated. Much was up to the individual commander of the camp. But while there are many Jewish GIs who went through the straight starvation died hell through which all Americans did in German PW camps, there were hundreds, thousands, and: probably tens of thousands who went through the most harrow%  ing experiences to date associated with Nazi concentration j camps. And many of those haven't come back to tell the j story. ... There were two kinds of Jew; ish PWs. There was the kind j like 20-year old Pfc. Stockier; whom I met the first time at an Oneg Shabbath at Halloran hospital. He came up to the chap! Iain's table to say the prayer over the chalah and cut the first I piece. He looked like one of' thoe skeleton men in the documentaries from Buchenwald and GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE Miami, Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2131 N. W. 51st Street PHONE 7-3544 SEASON'S GREETINGS Emerson Realty Co. 41 N. E. Second St. PHONE 3-2211 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street It Is With Pleasure that I extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 3-4010 NEW YEAR GREETINGS $ BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH Bergen Belsen. When he tried to cut the chalah his hand shook so that the chaplain had to help him. "I never thought I'd do this again," he said. He had returned from overseas earlier that week. His camp was Borga Elster— where 70 GIs died from slave labor and starvation between February 29th and April 18th. The greater part of them were Jews. This is the story of how they got to that camp: They were captured in Luxembourg during von Rundstedt's counter offensive. After a four-day march and a seven-day boxcar ride— 68 men to a car—with no food —they reached their first camp. There they were ordered to fill out forms which, among other detailed information — left a blank or put down "Protestant." Steckler didn't. A few days later the Nazi camp commandant sent through an order for all Jewish men to report to him. The American non-com in charge of the barracks protested. He filled out a Red Cross protest form to be mailed to Geneva. Needless to say. it never left the camp. The following day a second order came through announcing that, if any Jewish men were found in the barracks after 24 hours, they would be SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Bldg., Miami, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI FURNITURE CO. 400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-3195 TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES ACOLITE NEON SIGN CO. 11 N. W. South River Drive PHONE 2-5334 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR AGNES I. EASON Real Estate Property Management 101 E. First Street, Hialeah BEST WISHES TO ALL for A HAPPY NEW YEAR BARBER'S RUG SERVICE 206 N. E. 24th Street PHONE 3-8878 shot. So would anyone found harboring, hiding, or protecting them. So the Jewish boys reported. They didn't want to take a chance on getting any of their buddies into trouble. After they reported they were put into separate barracks. A few days later the order came through for them to get ready to move. A shipment of 350 was going to a newer and better camp — they were told. „ "I knew they were lying, Steckler said, "because, in addition to the Jews, they picked out the GI's they'd had trouble with to go on that shipment. They arrived in Berga Elser, on the Elster River, five days later. The day after they were checked into the lice-infested camp, at about one in the afternoon, half of them were ordered on a work detail. The Germans said the men would be back by six. Six o'clock came i and went: so did seven, eight [ and ten. The men still weren t back. "We were beginning to get i very worrid. Finally, at about ; 11 P. M. they stumbled into the stockade, white as ghosts, doubled up with pain, looking like living dead men." They were white from rocK dust. The Germans used them to build an underground synthetic rubber factory which they had to hew out of the rock. They made them work in stalls of 12. Four German civilian workers were assigned to each of these stalls. Whenever one of the soldiers paused for a minute's rest, the Germans would take a slash at him with their pick or hurl a piece of a rock at his-head. Sometimes they socked a soldier or beat him up until he became unconscious. "There was nothing we could do," Steckler explained still twitching nervously at the mem(Continued on Page 11) NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEVI PLUMBING 9-1416 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEON'S BAKERY 2416 Ponce de Leon Boulevard CORAL GABLES, FLA. PHONE 4-5166 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MILLER'S SUNDRIES 1465 N. 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I PAGE FORTY-EIGHT vjenisii ftcridian JEgAYSEPTE^ ER, A New Year of Peace and Happiness By ARCHIE H. GREENBERG National Commander, Jewish War Veterans of U. S. Greater Miami now has two chapter* of i!uJewish War Veterans. rrsda Markowlti, Post No. ITI. has Won in existent < i">': mans years ami served as host for the national convention several years agro. The Miami Beach Chapter was organized tiii i-.i-i .in mer. The early celebration of the Now Year of 5706 is. I hope, an omen of an early and victorious end of the war. Surely, our prayers this Rosh Hashonah will be for the safety and early return of our sons and daughters in the armed services of the United States. With some six hundred thousand Jews in service, there is scarcely a Jewish home untouched by absence. In all too many homes, there will be the sadness that comes with an irreparable loss. But lor all of us. there must be the hope and optimism of a New Year that brings with it a new hope for a better world. While it may be true that the World never learns, and that wails as inevitable .is life and death itself, nevertheless the events of the past year—the achievement in San Francisco of a charter for a new world organization— HARVEST The leisure to attend the earth is hardly misspent if we feel A bright flower is worth the faith. One harvest enough for asc. The gai I • ave "'..it pretended New colors r let old ones go. The r tulip, they have • Becon e no i ose, no tulip. Pit to evei thi r, rain, wind. They %  ... .'. or iwn when I Suggests this is the time for %  m. Will i • .-.. %  .. r balk at dt ai is a hopeful augury for the future. The guarantee of human rights and the promise of a Human Rights Commission to protect all peoples of the world, regardless of race, color or creed, is most assuredly progress. Never before in the history of the world has the dignity of the human man been so nobly enshrined under international law. As Archibald MacLeish, America's uncrowned poet laureate, has said: -'It is a great beginning, a beginning of which Jefferson and Lincoln and the other heroes of the endless struggle for human liberty would have mightily approved.'' The tree Jews of America. England, France and the other racies of the world enter New Year secure in the knowledge that democracy as a way of life will be continued. The liberated Jews of Europe— those who have spent a good part of the past decade hunted, terror-stricken and persecuted— enter a New Year winch should bring with it a new happiness under .^ freedom guaranteed by the United Nations. Jewish Sports Year (Continued from Page 45) er is in the army and had little chance to participate in meets. 'Sol Furth. old Olympic idol, coached Brooklyn College to a successful season. In the wrestling field, Eddie Gottlieb of basketball lame became a blR man in Philly as a promoter. Jewish grapplers still around mclude Abe Coleman, Herbie Freeman, and. of course, the freak Blimp Levy. All in ail. it wasn t a great year for Jewish athletes. The coming year should be a 1 tter one. particularly with the Japanese knocked off. Many boys have Riven all of their time to this affair who would ordinarily %  :-. th< sooit fields and on the basketball courts. SEASON'S GREETINGS Francis Food Market 1901 N. W. 46th St. PHONE 7-9537 LEO AND GINGER'S BAR BEER ALE WINE Our Daily Prayer: O' Lord Please Help Me to Keep My Nose Out of Other People's Business—AMEN! 633 N. E. 1st Ave„ Ph. 3-9436 Buy More War Bonds. Play safe—don't talk. A HAPPY NEW YEAR L. C. Bar & Package Si ore 600 Fifth Street PHONE 5-5121 TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR y C.C. Furniture R e f i n i s h i n g 1239 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-1932 Rosh Hashona Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 May This New Year fc Pca All ,££? Loving Peopi e N.P. "Neighbor" Lowry Your County Commission,, SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET %  T SEASON'S GREETINGS Gadd's Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaners 1776 N. W. 34th Street PHONE 3-2428 SEASONS GREETINGS Ideal Roofing & Sheet Metal Works, Inc. 824 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-1133 ill T TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR '5 RESTAURANT 441 41st STREET PHONE 5-4063 HARRY'S POULTRY MARKET 237 N. W. Sth STREET Phone 9-2741 — Kosher Killed Delivery to Miami Beach IRONS REAL ESTATE RIGHT IN THE HEART OF MIAMI Opposite El Comodoro Hotel 24 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-6701 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E Third Street MIAMI Phone 2-9227 Maurice C. Cohn Myron M. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenisiifh)ridHar> PAGE SEVENTEEN The Citadel of the Spirit of Judaism By JOSEPH KLAUSNER (Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature, Hebrew University, Jerusalem) When millions of Jews were exterminated in Europe, it meant not 'inly the slaughter of human beings whose only crime was their Jewish origin, not only the ruin of hundreds of ancient and deeply rooted Jewish communities; it also meant the wiping out of Jewish religious and cultural institutions. Thousands of Hedarim and Yeshivoth (elementary Hebrew schools and colleges) were destroyed where tens of thousands of Jewish children had studied the Bible and the Talmud and later Hebrew literature. Great libraries filled with Jewish books in Hebrew and oilier languages were burned and pillaged. Rabbis and scholars, teachers and writers were glain or died of hunger and epidemics in their thousands and ten of thousands. And the few who survived fled and were scatt, r<


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 fJenittifkridTtar? PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN They'll Make The Nazis Pay (Continued from Page 26) er man. equally formidable in the legal field. Seymour Rubin, who is but 31 years old in March of this year had already reached the exacting post of chief of the State Department's Division of Economic and Security Controls. His educational .experience wa:i a wide one. Graduated from the University of Michigan, Mr. Rubin obtained the degrees of LLB and LLM at the Harvard Law School, being admitted as a member of the bar in Illinois. His public service began early in 1940 he served as attorney tor the Securities and Exchange Commission. From 1941 to 1942 he was chief counsel in the legal division of OPA. In 1942 Mr. Rubin began his State Department service as divisional assistant, becoming Assistant Advisor on Other American Republics on November 7, 1943. The following year he was made Assistant Chief of the Division of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. ROSENTHAL and Family Extend to all their relatives and friends sincere wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR yj A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street Financial and Monetary Affairs becoming Chief of the Division of Economic and Security Controls in March, 1945. The other two Jewish members of the American staff of the Reparations Commission are also formidable young men Moses Abramovitz is a graduate of Harvard, holds a PhD. from Columbia, has worked for the National Bureau of Economic Research and is now assigned to the State Department for work on the Reparations Commission. Abraham Bergson, Harvard PhD. in his thirties, has been working in the State Department for several years and is an expert on Russian economics as well as on German economy and industry. So these are the men who, as American representatives and instruments of the democratic spirit, will conduct the inquest into the resources of the Germany which sought to turn back the clock and wrecked Europe. They go to turn on the German scene the resources of trained minds and experience in technology, law and international affairs. They represent, not merely the six million Jews whom Hitler exterminated and the hundreds of thousands of others who have been made homeless wanderers, but all those people of Europe who present to Nazified Germany such a bill as can never be paid in full. Their job is to discover just what part of that bill Germany is capable of meeting. Their inclusion on the staff of the Reparations Commission is part of the answer which has already been made and will continue to be made by civilized word to Hitlerism. NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring—Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR $ HERB FRINK YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR South Florida Produpe A. CASCA — EUGENE BEECHER — N. SPIEGELMAN 1260 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 3-6391 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS WE EXTEND HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS STUBBS SERVICE STATION Standard Oil Producta. None Better We Waih. Polish ft Wax Cars -::Lubrication Our Specialty TELEPHONE 3-9261 355 W. Floator Street Miami, Florida FOOD SHIPMENTS IMPORTANT FACTORS Germany — Testimony that food shipments from the Joint Distribution Committee and the International Red Cross were the most important factors in keeping alive Jews in the German concentration camps was given by Germany's Chief Rabbi Leo Baeck in an interview with the Associated Press in London. Rabbi Baeck, recently liberated after two years in Theresienstadt, stated that, since J.D.C. was unable to work directly in enemy-held zones, thousands of packages of food, clothing and medicines were provided by J.D.C. and distributed via the International Red Cross and other neutral agencies. BLANKETS NOW ON WAY TO FRANCE Argentina — Ten thousand blankets, the initial shipmen of 23,000 blankets made available to the Joint Distribution Committee in Argentina, are now en route to France for distribution to Jewish orphans and needy persons. The remaining 13,000 blankets will be sent to Poland, Belgium and Holland. The blankets were purchased by the Junta de Ayuda Judia a las Victimas de la Guerra, the Jewish TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 6th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS "The Best On the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Best Wishes lor A Happy New Year MIAMI SALES COMPANY 10 S. E. 5th Street PHONE 2-5547 overseas relief agency of Argentina, as part of the Junta's 1945 contribution to the work of the J.D.C. TO INCREASE RELIEF PROGRAMS OF J.D.C. South Africa—To increase the effectiveness of relief and rehabilitation operations in behalf of the surviving 1,250,000 Jews in continental Europe, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the South African Jewish War Appeal have signed an agreement which unites the two organizations as partners. "Because of the J.D.C.'s vast experience and extensive activities since the first World War." the SAJWA stated, the relief program will be left entirely to J.D.C, and $1,600,000 of its $2,000,000 yearly budget has been pledged to the J.D.C. GREETINGS CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MARKET ALWAYS FRESH FISH PROMPT DELIVERY 2321 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-9392 MAURITIUS JEWS GET KOSHER MEAT Mauritius—Fifty-two hundred pounds of kosher meat, the first shipment of its kind, has just been received by Jews detained on the Island of Mauritius. The Joint Distribution Committee provided the Kosher meat in response to requests from orthodox Jews on the island. Other kosher products have been sent to Mauritius periodically since 1940 when 1,300 Jews were detained on the island by the British after fleeing Europe and attempting to enter Palestine without certificates or visas. WOLPERT S FURNITURE 155 W. Flaaler Street PHONE 3-4132 Extends Greetings on the NEW YEAR Markowitz Bros. EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Happy New Year WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS NEW YEAR WILL BRING COMPLETE VICTORY AND WI1L INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY f arkowikBro9. HEATING P L U M B I N G POWER PIPING CONTRACTORS 329 W. FLAGLER ST. Ben Markowitz PHONE 3-3351 Nathan Markowitz h t <* %  WE TAKE PLEASURE IN WISHING FOR ALL JEWRY A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR National Brands, Inc. SAM BLANK rdrrr^ia*ii,v&^&K-iSiS



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewisti fkridUar? PAGE ELEVEN Some Threw Their Dog Tags Away (Continued from Page 10) orv "We were so weak by then that four of us couldn't have tackled one of the workers. They were well fed. Also, there were the foremen. One for every four stalls. "Thy carried rubber hoses. They were even worse. They were responsible for seeing to it that the day's assignment was completed. If they thought a GI wasn't working fast enough they just used the rubber hose on him." Stockier still carries evidence of the truth of his story on his own body. The thumb of his right hand is mangled almost to a pulp. That happened when he was leaning on his shovel for a few seconds one day and one of the German workers came over and drove a pick into his hand. They made him go to work with his wound. He bandaged it with tissue paper. They had no medical supplies. Taking a minute out to adjust the bandage a couple of days later, another of the German civilians caught him and hit him over the head with a shovel. Steckler passed out. Since Steckler unconscious was no good to the Reich war effort, the German worker ground his heel into the Gl's injured thumb figuring that the pain would make him regain i ousness. Those were every-day incidents in Berga Elster. And the story has been confirmed by many other soldiers I spoke to. In Elster and in other camps. The other kind of Jewish PW's were boys like Irving Fox of Brooklyn. That 20-year old sergeant went into action in France in July—fought in the St. Lo breakthrough and in the Hurtgen Forest. When he was captured, also during the big counter offensive, he throw his dogtags away. When he was asked to fill out the form with the religion question he checked with the American colonel in charge. The colonel said it was okay for the men to fill out the religion blank, but the GI clerk who was helping him with the German form told Fox that he'd better put down "Protestant," Fox did. He had cause to be grateful to that GI clerk later. He watched non-Jewish officers and noncoms being sent off to another camp. The Jewish ones were segregated and left behind. No one ever knew what became of them. The Jewish enlisted men were segregated too. In the camp they were given all the dirtiest details. Later they were sent to the salt mines to work. Few of them have been heard from. POLISH CHILDREN FIND SANCTUARY IN J.D.C. CAMP Rome—The Joint Distribution Committee has established a special camp in northern Italy to care for some 300 children recently liberated from concentration camps in southern Germany and Austria. The majority of them were born in Poland and SEASON'S GREETINGS S. MALAKOFF Delicatessen & Grocery 2320 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-9274 SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. B. GARRIS Civil and Consulting Engineer 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 GREETINGS GEO; BUNNELL INC. CONTRACTING ENGINEERS — PILE DRIVING SEA WALLS OF ALL TYPES AND GROINS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-6474 MR. AND MRS. ISAAC JOFFE Extend to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year THE OFFICERS OF DISTRICT GRAND LODGE No. 5 B'NAI B'RITH EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS FRIENDS AND JEWRY AT LARGE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA CORDIAL GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR are now stateless. I.D.C. OPENS HOME FOR GREEK ORPHANS Athens—The Esther orphanage, a home near Athens for Jewish children who lost their parents when the Germans overran Greece, has just been opened by the Joint Distribution Committee. It is the first Jewish children's home to function since the German invasion of Greece. J.D.C. has also provided funds for a summer health program for about 200 needy children. In addition, J.D.C. set up emergency shelter programs for homeless Jews, arranged care for the aged, equipped a medical dispensary and provided funds for the repair of schools and Jewish communal institutions. BIRD SONG Birds can sing when singing is for rest. Not when the day declares their song is best, Or when returning warmth dictates their cheer. Birds can have joy though only grave-yards hear. A Most Happy New Year To Our Friends And Patrons Little River SELF SERVICE STORE 7920 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-4360 HAPPY NEW YEAR it THE STEINS DORIS SOL MARGERY GREETINGS FOR A A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORTEZ HOTEL 241 N. E. 1st AVENUE NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS A & P SUPER MARKETS A & P FOOD STORES SPRING If where we look me miss the southing bird, The song that calls the leaf back from its sleep, If everything that's sweet departs unheard, And only winter threats itself to keep, If lakes still frozen let the skater glide, And chill the surging lark to warmer clay, Wha t power has the Spring which I now chide To dare the blizzard's blind and flaunting play? But ah, the Spring is lady-like and wise. She sweeps each finger pearled in lightning thread Like molten bars across unbounded skies, Till doom itself must kneel in saintly dread. As one who melts the stars with pains and fears. Spring bathes all wrath in tyranny and tears. COMPLIMENTS LoFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS 244 N. W. 35th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS Shoreland Insurance & Realty Co. Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-8681 Serving the Jewish Community "Always Within the Means oi Every Family" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2864 24 Hour Ambulance Service BISCAYNE ROLLER SKATING PALACE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH NEW MAPLE FLOATING NOISELESS FLOOR 1220 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD—At the Causeway Circle Open 7:30 to 11 Every Evening—Including Sunday Matinee Sunday — 2 to 5 P. M. A Murray L. Rose Enterprise BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR UPTON HOUSE COOLER COOP. 242 S. W. 5th STREET TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FRANK STRAW — Electrical Contractor Wiring — Fluorescents — Service Repairs 1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-1369 ij RIDE THE L 'The Short Way" To and From MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS $ L^H



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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT vjewlsti fhridlian Relief and Rehabilitation Perspectives—5706 By DR. JOSEPH C. HYMAN (Executive Vice-Chairman, J.D.C.) (Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) In the midst of the distress and the turmoil that beset the Jewish people during the troubled years following the advent of Hitler, it was often difficult for Jewish organizations like J.D.C. to attempt a glimpse into the future with a view to plotting the course ahead. The ten years beginning with the promulgation of the Nuremberg Laws were years of increasing gloom. They may well be designated as the Decade of Growing Despair. Repression, economic strangulation, confiscation and ultimate expulsion were a mere prelude to the unspeakable second half of that decade, culminating in Maidanek. Dachau, Bergen-Belsen and the innumerable other haunts of the devil where five million of our brothers were done to death. But by then the conflagration was general. The callous world finally discovered that he who began as merely the tormentor of helpless Jews, had ultimately become the scourge of all mankind. It was during that fateful decade that J.D.C. had to abandon all long-range planning and concentrate on the exigencies of the moment. What use was there in planning when one could hardly predict what move the arch fiend would make next, or what caNEW YEAR GREETINGS DIAL 3-2023 ROME MATTRESS 6. BOX SPRING CORP. PRETTY SOFT PRODUCTS 2027-2029 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE 2432-34 N. W. 7th AVENUE "PAUL" CARTER, Owner tastrophic changes Global War would bring about? To evacuate Jews from spots where the danger was greatest, was the crying need of the earlier days of the Hitler regime. To feed the evacuated, to clothe them and heal thorn wherever they happened to find a place of refuge, be 1 Switzerland or Portugal, be it Spain, Asiatic Russia, or Shanes i — was another urgent task. And during the latter war days, when Hitler had conquered almost all of Europe, it became imperative to join hands with the underground forces of resistance, so as to bring a certain measure of surcease to the hounded, the starving and the despairing. It was necessary to ••smuggle" Jewish children over dangerous mountain paths, to find for them refuge in neutral countries, or to shelter them in the homes of kind Christians in villages and other places out of the path of harrowing war. out of sight of the implacable enemy. These were delicate "operations." requiring a great deal of ingenuity, but permitting little or no long-range planning. Often they entailed great risks and, sometimes, they culminated in martyrdom, the badge of honor that has come during these tragic years to millions of our people and to many of its trusted leadTO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 3-4860 SEASON'S GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE AND DIESEL 410 N. E. 13TH STREET PHONE 2-1577 Sylvan Paterno Upholstering 1359 S. W. 8th Street i l Phone 3-0744 Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MORRIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue Phone 5-5545 OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. SISTERHOOD EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH ers. In the case of the J.D.C. man, it should be remembered that many of them refused all thought of safety and preferred to stay at tneir perilous posts. Nor did they flinch when the almost inevitable doom overtook them, as was so tragically demonstrated in the case of the two Isaacs, Gitterman and Bornstein, and of Leon Neustadt, all of blessed memory, who lost their lives while serving the Jews of conquered Poland. Now that we look back upon these terrible years and these terrifying tasks, we may well consider it providential that the J.D.C. had the necessary resiliency, backed by an experience I of a quarter of a century, to adjust itself to these everchanging conditions. Fortunately, the Decade of Growing Despair is now past and gone. The Jewish calendar year 5705 saw the occurrence of two events whose magnitude will essentially affect all of the thinking and all of the planning of mankind in the years to come. These two epochal events were the liberation of Europe from i Nazi domination and the adopFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ^ Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialist! On BUICK and HUPMOBILE Body. Fenders and Painting Tops and Seat Covers 125 N. E. 13th STREET tion of the Charter of tho n Nations at San Francis^ ^ Clearly, the world has t_J again towards the li|ht ^ft 1 prophecy of Isaiah and of u; ^ about the Ena of Daw ^ "Nation shall not lift Up 2! against nation, neither shallTw learn war any mure," U aU? be given a practical Ut "i£ more. And it is only j n t L 5? pl.cit belief that civSiStffSi be doomed unless the W S1 comes true, that mankind" 3 the Jewish people as an m \,Z part of it, can now set about I repair the terrible damage the* war vears have wrought. It is in this spirit that JDC turns its gaze upon the Jewish year, 5706. It is still an fij look. There are a number of facts, too terrible in their sitnificance to permit a complete change of mood or outlook. Five million of our brethren perished. The economic foundation of Jewish life on the continent of Eu". rope is wholly ruined. The (ate of 50,000 Jewish children, many of them orphans, is still fraught with a great deal of uncertainty. (Continued on Page 29) TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Southern Life & Health Insurance Co. POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2 3419 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS PEERING AWNING and FURNITURE CO. 1179 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-7200 GREETINGS FROM Miami Conservatory WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING 1737 N. Bayshore Drive Studios: Miami Beach. Shenandoah PHONE 2-5835 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. TAIT ACCOUNTANT 8012 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE WM. F. FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. "THE COMPLETE PAINT STORE" 801 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-3317 Benjamin Moore Company'! Complete Line of Paints HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Friends and Customers NEW PRESTO RESTAURANT 22 N. E. 1st Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE ABSTRACTS — ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS LOEB and GOTTFRIED MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD TURK AND DAUGHTER CORNELIA AND SON IONATHON NEW YEAR GREETINGS Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystalized Fruits, Jellies Pecans—Guaranteed Delivery Herman's Fruit Shipping Company & Heal[ \^ Collins Avenue at 8th Street J^SFMIII Miami Beach At the Fruit Mill HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS VIKING HOTEL AND OCEAN SIDE HOTEL MIAMI BEACH TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR OFFICERS and BOARD of DIRECTORS ol the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. NOW MERGED WITH SCHAAREI ZEDEK HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 2011 SOUTH WEST EIGHTH STREET MIAMI PHONE 3-2297 DAVE KLEBER — ADOLPH ADLER



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jIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 Jew!st itoridiann PAGE THIRTY-NINE PLAIN TALK-CONFESSION By AL SEGAL IwoII. this is the time for conLcsioti In this season, on Yom liuuui, we repair to the synaeu. and from our paryer inks read confessions of our ins "The sin which we have nned against Thee in the evil icditations of the heart". 'he sin which we have sinned iainst Thee by word of mouth" •The sin which we have [nned against Thee by disrejeet for parents and teachers etc. I myself have recited this list [ ? jns in unison with my brelhtn vit with some reservations. Kg, this or that particular sin ia v be on the fellow sitting next me but not on me. Why, my >art never meditated any sin iainst anybody, my mouth nev' uttered any sin against eighbor. So, as the congregaion goes from one sin to the fat, I find myself practically nit.--. Yet I go along with the conssion for the sake of forgive>ss of my neighbor's sins. 11 can well guess that my tighboi-s feel the same way I o about it. Probably Mr. Zilch ie sits two rows from the altar) saying to himself: "These ren't any of my sins. These are ins of people like Segal, not i mine. I'll pray for forgiveless for Segal." It must all be awfully confusing up on High, since so many of the citizens are sure of their own virtues and are certain that these confessions can't mean them; though they read them as a matter of polite ritual and for the sake of their sinful friends and relatives. Human nature being thus what it is, I have though of presenting Yom Kippur confessions in which all can heartily join in an admission of sins for which we all need forgiveness: "Lord God, help us to see ourselves as Thou seest us. Surely, Thou dost see us as a lot of hypocrites who prate of brotherhood in the world yet know not brotherhood among ourselves. "We ask that the world embrace us and be our friend: we regret that men judge all Jews by the sins of some who are sinners. But among ourselves we despise other groups of Jews because they are not of our set. We look at our neighbor and set him aside as one who is not of us because his religious ways are not like ours. "We call for unity in Israel I but each of us stands stiff-necked on his own opinion and will not yield in the least to his brother. We are divided in many parts and our progress in the world has the sound of a vehicle rattling noisily and disturbing the neighbors. We make sound without any meaning toward brotherhood. "For these sins, O God of forgiveness, bear with us, pardon us, forgive us. "We are the ancient messengers of peace to the world but peace is not among us and we delight in controversy which we (Continued on Page 41) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL McGEHEE SERVICE STATION 6155 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9388 TEXACO GAS and OILS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING — HEATING — REPAIRS ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 1446 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-3700 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i Meyers Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 1437 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ELITE RESTAURANT 201 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 9-3352 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE BAG & METAL CO. METALS — BAGS — WASTE MATERIALS 1112 N. W. 6th Avenue PHONE 2-7819 GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS George "Dunhill" Adler 115 N.E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-5477 4J4 SEASON'S GREETINGS T AMIAM I CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street PHONE 3-2038 A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTH NOVELTY WORKS 3100 N. Miami Ave. PHONE 2-1614 WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES 127 N. W. 2nd Street PHONE 2-5935 Mrs. Freda Newman Mr. Arnold Newman Mr. Edward T. Newman Wish their friends and relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. HENRY LEVIN and FAMILY and PENWAY PHARMACY 1443 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone 5-7503 SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM .... LE LIAN KRUMM BEAUTY SALON For Everything Pertaining To Beauty Work 216 Soy bold Building PHONE 3-4141 To All A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year i MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL SAAL AND FAMILY INC. 79 N. W. 20th SU Miami IN THE HEART OF DOWN-TOWN MIAMI TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler St.. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club Phone 2-8944 %  ..r %  4 i TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEROTH SHELL SERVICE A Complete Service Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated 6471 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-9344 GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR F. L. DAVIS CO.. INC. TOBACCO WHOLESALERS 548 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-3416 MR. and MRS. MINIVER Wish Everybody A Happy and Prosperous New Year MINIVER'S JEWISH RESTAURANT 1035 Collins Avenue — Miami Beach OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI MEDICAL CENTER 1861 N. W. South River Drive • t I • I MR. and MRS. I. L. MINTZER AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR EVERYBODY'S EXTERMINATORS 746 N. W. 32nd Street All Domestic Pests Eliminated TERMITE CONTROL — FUMIGATION Phone: Miami 2-7832 Miami Beach 6-3755 FLOYD A. MANKER. Mgr. BEST WISHES TO ALL for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE KOSHER Meat & Poultry Market 159 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430 MIAMI, FLORIDA %  f i.. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewist fUrid/fan PAGE FIFTY-ONE COMBATTING ANTI-SEMITISM By NATHAN M. OHRBACH National Chairman, Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Fourteen impartial public ooinion polls, conductd by indeInendent research organizations, Bndicate these facts, not as yet ,| to the general public: Out of every 100 Americans 25 aninfected with anti-Semitism; 125 are opposed to anti-Semitism; and 50 have no fixed opinion, but can be swung to either the group opposed to anti-Semitism or to the group definitely antiiSemitic. Here is the opinion of Ithe American population today I after V-E Day, with the war against the Hitler gang won! i America entered the Iwar. there were those who bethat anti-Semitism would immediately disappear — bei, of the general pre-occupa[tiim with the war and the idenItification of anti-Semitism with ^ This expectation was lill-founded. Later, there were those who believed that anti|Semitism would immediately %  disappear upon the ultimate deIfeat of Hitler and the Third IReich. It is now apparent that Ithis expectation, too, is, unfor[tunat :ll-founded. Countries in Europe never be[: nfected with anti-Semitism I have now been inoculated with [bigotry — for instance, Holland I ami Belgium. Hitl( lost the war, but he won ~~ w ,^P11 'i fp/fi arm Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 a great psychological victory The anti-Semitic poison he spread around the world through the vast Nazi propaganda machine now contaminates the minds of the peoples of the Allied countries. Neither circumstance nor wishful thinking, nor well meaning friends, nor anything other than directed, concentrated, dynamic action —now, will defeat our enemies. This is the action no one will take for us, if we do not act for ourselves. This war on the home front requires men highly trained and skilled in the techniques of combatting religious and racial bigotry. Men who know antiSemites for what they are. Men who can unleash the power of printed and spoken word weapons of truth and decency for our protection. This is a gigantic undertaking that requires facilities, strongly constructed, built up over a period of ten years of special techniques and experiences in defense work. The coordinated defense program of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defam%  ation League of B'nai B'rith is ] a militant effort to expose and destroy anti-democratic forces in America—designed to bind all the peoples of our country into a community which honors and upholds human rights and equality. This is a program of action based on the understanding that 75 out of every 100 Americans will reject anti-Semitism if they Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434 A CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment 'We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road Yi Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President know all the facts; if they know that anti-Semitism is a trick to destroy American principles; if we can expose the unscrupulous motives of "divide and conquer;" if the American people are made aware of the fact that anti-Semitic hate propaganda endangers America and the freedom of every American. This is a high-powered educational program, geared to reach every man, woman and child; a program through the press, over the radio; through advertising; comic books; schools; speakers, community service; movies; churches; labor, and special groups; a program that expands in accordance with expanded needs. It is dynamic in keeping with current trends, and constantly on the alert in order to combat each new situation as it arises. This is a coordinated defense program, involving professional techniques and mass media geared to reach all the 136,000,000 American men, women and children. Averaging More Than 216 Individual Station Broadcasts A Day In the field of radio we have averaged more than 65,000 individual station broadcasts a year, averaging more than 216 individual station broadcasts a day! "Variety," the entertainment magazine, presented the American Jewish Committee LEGAL NOTICES NoTh'K IS IIKHKIIV (JIVEN that the undersigned, ade County. Florida. ABRAM WASHERMAN MOI.I.IK W. MARCUS JULIUS WASHERMAN MARY WASHERMAN DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 8/10-17-24-31 9/7 NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of ROBERTS at SO N. W. 1st St., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. REUBEN CRF.KXBKRG MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant V10-17-24-30 9/7 NOTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name nf EI.HCTRI.X APPLIANCE & REPAIR SHOP at 2707 S. W. 27th Ave.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. rjEOROE ROSENE MARX FEINBERO Attorney for Applicant S/10-17-24-30 9/7 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 39S6S Notice Is hereby given that Vivian Randolph, holder as assignee of City of Miami. Tax Certificate num lured 1094, dated the 7th day of June. A. D. 1943. has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with Jaw. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: I.ot 44.'.. Auburndale Tamiaml Trill Addition. Plat Book 15, Page 36. in the City of Miami, County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was In the name of Unknown unless said Certificate shall he redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 12th day of September. A.D. 1945. ... Dated this Sth day of August. A.D. 1945. (Circuit Court Seal) E. li. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By N. C. STERRETT. D. C. 8/10-17-24-31 9/7 with a special award this year for outstanding work in the field of radio, ". with dignity and honor for utilizing this specialized medium for the good of the American people." New Advertising Media Employed Our series of 26 full-page ads now running in 397 newspapers, as contrasted with 234 last year, with a current total of 2,000 insertions, as against 1,000 in 1944, representing a total dollar value of advertising space estimated at (Continued on Page 57) MEMOBIftl CHAPEL THOS. M. BURNS, JR. FeaesKxl Director %  '.. ABE' EiSENBBRG 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE .'. .*. V&m& peach : la Now .Yorks ; : 7Sth Si,, :•


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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT Jewish flcrid/inn FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n i Scut It czrV*/.< 1751 ] COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH (Triton Motel 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 'l/Uiittetb ven 1402 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. IN THE HOUR OF TOM We Welcome Behind us lie Ihree and one-half years oi deadly struggle in which, with God's help. we have prevailed. Victory has been won. but the United Nations which paid for this triumph in blood and suffering dare not relax until the peace has been won too. All the moral and political forces mobilized for war must be kept intact to make certain that the war was not fought in vain. The victorious United Nations must now demonstrate that they can work and sacrifice for peace and reconstruction in the same full measure that they gave unstintingly of their blood and treasure lo bring about this triumph of arms. Ahead of us lie farreaching tasks of reconversion at home and of reconstruction and rehabilitation abroad that will require the same genius and determination and unity of purpose manifested during the years of war. The united front of the United Nations will be tested in the years of peace as it was never tested in the crucible of war. We must now demonstrate that the ideals for which we fought the war are real and purposeful and that they are the goal of the post-war world. For most of us. the outlook is a bright one. If we will simply use the brains, the will, the energy, the enterprise the materials and resources with which we won our war. we can't fail to win the peace and to make this the richest, happiest land the world has known. WAVES HOTEL 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5835 ROWE HOTEL 6600 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 6-2971 BLACKSTONE HOTEL (AND CABANA CLUB) 800 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH ANCHOR HOTEL PODVIN BROTHERS 1585 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH CRESCENT HOTEL 1420 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6868 NASSAU HOTEL 1414 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4676



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PAGE TWELVE fJewisl ncridfian FRIDAY, SEPTE MBER 7. Jewish Issues in Congress (Continued from Page 9) behind President Roosevelt's Views on Palestine, and that there would be no deviation from the Palestine plank in the Democratic party platform, which he and Celler helped write. From both Senate and House have come demands that Nazi crimes committed against Jews in Europe be punishable as war crimes. The House Foreign Affairs Committee held hearings at Which representatives of Jewish organizations testified to the atrocities inflicted on Jews in Europe. Senator Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts asked for a statement by President Truman or the Secretary of State Stettinius to impress on the Germans their responsibility for crimes against Jews of Axis nationality, as well as atrocities in slave labor camps. The joint Senate-House committee which, at the request of General Eisenhower, investigated three of the worst concentration camps in Germany, reported to Congress that Jews, Russians and Poles were treated wife greater severity than other nationalities. The necessity for providing emergency refugees for the remaining Jews of Europe, and for facilitating the rescue, during the war, of as many Jews as possible, was recognized by Congressional action. The House Foreign Affairs Committee in June, 1944, warned the Hungarian government "to stem the tide of inhumanity" toward the Jews within her borders, emphasizing the inevitable punishment which would be meted out to the criminals guilty of anti-Jewish barbarities. At almost the same time, Representative Bloom introduced a resolution urging the Turkish government to speed the entry of refugees from the Balkans and to establish temporary camps for refugees from Nazi terrorism. Similar resolutions calling upon the President and Secretary of State to use their good office for the immediate establishment of mass emergency rescue shelters in Palestine, as havens for Hungarian Jews, were presented in the Senate by Senators Thomas of Utah, Murray of Montana and Ferguson of Michigan, and in A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MONSALVATGE & DRANE DISTRIBUTORS OF OPTIMO CIGARS SOUTHERN DAIRIES AND JERSEY SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR the House by Representatives Somers, Lane and Scott. Under the authority of a resolution by Representative Samuel Dickstein, empowering the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization to study post-war immigration problems, a sub-committee visited the Emergency Rescue Shelter at Oswego, New York, to hold hearings on the future status of the 900-odd refugees, many of them Jews, who were brought to this country a year ago under a plan worked out by President Roosevelt. Legislation relating to the Fair Employment Practice Committee brought to the House and Senate floors a poisonous flow of racial prejudice, directed in unveiled language against Jews and Negroes. A Southern contingent in both houses has mouthed threats of violence against minorities whom they accuse of forcing FEPC upon "whites" and "white gentiles.*' Most vocal have been several gentlemen all from Mississippi, namely, Senators Bilbo and Eastland, and Representative John Rankin, with supplemental antiSemitic talk from Rep. Dan McGehee. In consistent support of these Southern demagogues has been Republican Representative Clare Hoffman of Michigan, who has done more than his share of anti-Semitic, ant i-every thing ranting. On the floor of the House he assterted that Jews "predominate" in the Federal Government and exercise disproportionate control over "merchandising, the press and radio." In counter-balance to these ugly and recurring outbreaks is the heartening challenge thrown out by a growing number of Representatives, several of them freshmen, some of them long members of Congress. Worthy of honorable mention are Representative Mary Norton of New Jersey, chairman of the House Labor Committee, who has vigorously championed FEPS legislation, venerable Representative Adolph Sabath, who has served twenty-two terms in Congress and who unsuccessfully tried to pry the FEPC bill (Continued on Page 13) GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 199 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-9304 HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS IDEAL UPHOLSTERING SHOPPES 539 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 2 0332 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 4{J East Flaqler Street Through To South East First Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE' i A real HAPPY NEW YEAR dawns! i Though war and unsolved problems still plague the world, this New Year brings more than just a hope for better things. The Opportunity and the Challenge are there: the opportunity to build a better world, the challenge to build it on the principles of free democracy proven by the United States. The task and its reward are ours. FLORIDA I'OttKH & MOOT COMPANY



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PPJDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 Jenisti fkridian Wmm\W%\mmw w '!"' PAGE TWENTY-FIVE Jews In Musi]c (Continued from Page 23) heeun after he had graduated from Columbia night school when he won the radio audition in 1938 He took up with the Met directly after that. Probably the most publicized career of all is Jan Peerce's. Born Joshua Pincus Perlmuth, he didn't known until 12 years ago that he could sing. For mar.v years he had played the violin for bands while his mother wailed that he should study to be a doctor. It was at the goldiM anniversary celebration for Weber and Fields that Roxy who had befriended List in 1914 — heard him sing and immediately signed him as leading tenor on the opening bill at the Radio City Music Hall. Poverty had dogged the Perlmuth family throughout Jan's early life and his mother had to scrape pennies together to have him learn the "fiddle." He worked his way through school by organizing a band but when the fateful moment came to him he said falteringly to Roxy "Mr. Rothafel, I'm too short to go on a stage. I'm too funnv looking." Roxy banged his fist on his desk and shouted, "you're the tallest man in the world! You're the handsomest man m the world! All you have to do is believe that and it's so." But his mother, who still clings to the East Side, wants him to become a doctor. She can't understand all this singing, all this foreign opera business. Tucker's career was as meteoric as that of his brother-in-law. Once a runner in Wall Street, he decided he didn't want to be a business man and so he went to study under the dean of Jewish composers, Zavek Zilberts. After becoming cantor for the Temple Emanuel in Passaic, N. J., and Temple Adath Israel in the Bronx, he took a fling at opera and sang five times in New SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy New Year E. G. "DON" GRAHAM Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons East Coast Equipment Co., Inc. 1228 S. W. First Street Miami, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING COMPANY 17 N. W. THIRD STREET PHONE 2 3845 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Apgar Employment Agency SEYBOLD BUILDING EAST COAST FISHERIES, INC. WEST FLAGLER STREET — AT THE BRIDGE EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL mmm consTflucTion co. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Congress Building Phone 9-2789 MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS $ '• JWmom Rational ^mtk oi^ix xrnnx 139 N. E. 1st Street MIAMI York and Boston. A privatp audition with the Met's Wilfred Pelletier followed and Tucker made a glowing debut Jan. 25 in La Gioconda," at the age of 31. But next month he will be back singmg the New Year songs at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, as ever. And his friends are proudest not of his operatic accomplishments but of his refusal to sing friday nights and Saturday matinees at the Met because of his religious convictions. In contrast, Lechner, who was born in Stettin, Pomerania. came to this country in 1936. He had been starred, like List, in his native land for five years before Hitler and almost from the start he was engaged as cantor at the Central Synagogue. He made his operatic debut two years ago at the age of 38. Tucker, Peerce, Resnik and Benzell hailed from Russian stock, but most Russian of all is the Basso Kipnis, who was born in Jitomir in the Ukraine. He became an American citizen in 1925 and treasures his naturalization above all for it is with sadness that he looks back on the years that he was the star of the Wagner Festivals at Beyreuth and the Mozart Festivals at Salzburg. Music has been second nature with him all of his life. He graduated as a conductor from the Conservatory in Warsaw and Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise TAMIAMI HOTEL Extend best wishes to all their relatives and friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9598 A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L. MARCUS CO. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Prompt Delivery Lowest Prices 41 West Flagler Street PHONE 9-1661 m m We Wish to Extend Our Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR To Our Many Good Friends tij EVANS FAMILY Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club m when he began his professional career he, like List and Lechner, sang in most of the leading opera houses in the world. But the World War had disillusioned him with Germany and he came to American in 1920 to make his home and sing here. Altman first appeared at the Metropolitan's opening night of the 1943-44 season when "Boris Godounoff" was presented as a grateful gesture to Russia. It was Jhe first time in the history of the Met that an American had made a debut on an opening night and she came through with flying colors. Lipton one year later was a belated counterpart to Altman, for she too, made her Met debut at an opening night in "Faust". Vivacious, dark-eyed, she is one of a family of artists and musicians long associated with the theatre. Directed by her mother who was a concert artist herself. Lipton won a scholarship to Juilhard Graduate School and it wasn't long before she had reached the exalted ranks of the Metropolitan. Judging by the number of Jewish men and women who in the past several years have emblazoned their names imperishably on the pages of American music, a glorious future faces others like them who will look to them, take heartand follow in their footsteps. NEW YEAR GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677 Miami Beach %  .'i : %  i SEASON'S GREETINGS WOMEN'S APPAREL 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 SEASON'S GREETINGS MOORE'S NORTH EAST SECOND AVENUE AT 40th STREET TIME FOR A SMART INSIDE JOB A source of income you may have overlooked is that extra room which you could rent with profit. Brighten it with n^w furniture, drapes, or rugs-ifs not the upkeep, it"the inUUl nrS. a ^H A nd ^f-y tells V- ?<> can get a b££ five !" !" SJ m re t desirable ft!""* You have a rlaUy attrac* live room or apartment to offer. We shall be glad to suqqest vour ra 0 Vd ng f„^ emeS ^ U S? appI the trade-m credU of your old furniture against the new purchase. BUY MORE WAR BONDSI '* i To Jewry — r%  EVERYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR R. T. JEFFRIES of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY .; ''. %  t • NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOUSER COMPANY, Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage Loans -::Investments HOUSER REALTY CO., Inc. Real Estate -::Property Management FIRST TRUST BUILDING PHONE 3-2648 • t May All Jewry Be Inscribed for a Year of Life, Happiness, Health MB, PIPE DM STEEL 500 N. W. 5th St.. Comer 5th Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz and Son Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowitz Mildred, Harold and Donald Berkowitz MIAMI, FLORIDA



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JIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 +Jewist fhridian PAGE FIFTY-NINE WB Organized to Assist discharged Service Men New York, August 31—One of So veteran's great problems is he need for someone to define is rights and benefits in simple Bims and to point out the (.-hands through which application r benefits must be directed. ie Veterans Service program the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) carried out jointly t-jth the Jewish War Veterans kf the United States, seeks to perform this function for the ex-serviceman and woman with he highest degree of personal ttention. ...—. As a joint enterprise of JWB and the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, the program has the added advantage of the aid of the local posts of JWV and of the 300 Jewish Centers and 600 Army and Navy committees affiliated with JWB. JWB has been recognized as jn accredited agency by the Veterans Administration since 1925. The Jewish War Veterans is also an accredited agency. Veterans Service workers of JWB also represent JWV. They frequently have their offices in Veterans' Administration buildings to give on-the-spot counsel. However, the JWB-JWV representative is the agent of the ex-serviceman, not of the administration. A power of attorney is granted to him by the applicant for benefits: Laws regarding such benefits are education, insurance, loans, hospitalization and employment aid are necessarily expressed in complex legal terminology, and the trained representative can interpret them in terms the veteran is familiar with. The JWBJWV worker is acquainted with the latest changes in the law, which has from time to time been modified and expanded. He has the application papers drawn up himself, to eliminate errors and to expedite handling. This service does not end shortly after the serviceman is discharged. Whenever a problem arises the Veterans' Service is available for advice and aid, regardless of how long the veteran has been a civilian. THANKFUL FOR WAR'S END HOPEFUL THE WOUNDS OF OUR PEOPLE IN FOREIGN LANDS MAY SOON BE HEALED WE GREET YOU ON THIS NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Family A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Theodore W. Slack—Realtor Specializing In Commercial Properties Room 1102 — First Trust Building PHONE 2-8378 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAH Edith Smith Studio Of Massage 1110 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3780 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR LILY and ALFRED STONE SINCERE WISHES zfot t/te Yrotr/wi.tifu) R0NRIC0/| \ Ufat BUM fa NOW* fF FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR In cases where disabled veterans consider the compensation inadequate the JWB-JWV representative can examine his client's disability rating and records and institute an appeal, if such actions seems warranted. Besides this important liaison between the discharged serviceman and his government, Veterans Service works toward the readjustment of the veteran in his community. The JWB National Veterans' Service Committee assists in the organization of local committees consisting generally of representatives of Jewish War Veterans posts, Jewish Family Welfare societies, employment bureaus, community centers and Jewish' hospitals. More than seventy large communities now have local Veterans' Service Committees. The purpose of the Veterans' Service Committee is to provide a central service to meet all of the problems confronting the returned serviceman. In formation LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CK Is 1 HIOKICBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dishing to engage in business under the flcitlous name "f SNO-CKEMIO, at li W. Klajtl.-r St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR H. BRESSLER ROSE FREEMAN LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants. 8/31 9/7-14-21-28 and referral service includes an interview with the newly discharged man to ascertain what aids he will need, and what agencies in the community can help him. Business, educational and vocational guidance, health, governmental benefit and family adjustment services are other functions of the committee, depending on the facilities that the community has to offer. Y's Offer Free Memberships Believing that affiliation with a neighborhood group is an important factor in adjustment to civilian life, the YMHA's, YWHA's and Jewish Centers affiliated with JWB have offered six months' to a year's free membership to men on their discontinued on Page 60) Mrs. Rose Levey President Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver, Colorado, extends to all the memli.is and friends the best of New Year wishes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at 2012 Ponce IV Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 2, Inc., A Florida corporation. By: MAX STEVENS, President Attest: IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary MYERS' %  IIEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 8/24-31 9/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at 2201 N. \V. |2nd Street. Miami Florida intends t.i register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 1. INC., A Florida corporation. By: MAX STEVENS. President Attest: IRVING EPSTEIN, Secretary MYERs* & IIEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 8/24-31 9/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STEVENS MARKETS at 1060 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STEVENS MARKET NO. 3. INC. A Florida corporation. By: MAX STEVENS. President Attest: IRVING EPSTEIN. Secretary MYERS" & H El MAN Attorneys for Applicant 8/24-31 9/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 93985 DIANE WIXMAN, Plaintiff. vs. LEO WIXMAN. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: LEO WIXMAN, 75th AAFBU, A.U.S.. Ashville. North Carolina: You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you by DIANE WIXMAN, on or before the 27 day of September. 1945, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 28 (lay of August. A.I).. 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. By WM. W. STOCKING. D. C. (Circuit Court Seal) HAROLD TURK, Solicitor for Plaintiff. S/31 9/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY* Case Number 939S2 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION MARION CATHERINE MORAL. Plaintiff, vs. SI Ml'MOO T. MORAL. Defendant. TO: Simpliclo T. Moral c/o St. Albans Hotel. New York, New York. Y.III are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above Styled cause, on the 28 day of September. 1945, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. It Is further ordered that the Jewish Floridian Is the newspaper In Which this order shall be published once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks. This '-'S dav of August. 1945. 10. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade County. Florda rtv T. M. WORDEN, Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court SeaB DeCOSTAS A MAER Attorneys for Plaintiff 10(14-1005 Biscayne Bldg. Miami 32. Florida ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A & B GARMENT COMPANY. not Inc., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AARON BERKOWITZ PAUL WEITZMAN Attorney for Applicant ^^ >/? Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Herman Radio Supply Company 1745 N. E. 2nd Avenue A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL PITTSBURGHER HOTEL 226 N. E. 1st Street Phone 3-7408 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SAM SCHMUKLER of the DERBY BAR & PACKAGE STORE 915 Washington Avenue Phone 58-9206 A HAPPY NEW YEAR RINEHART MOTORS THOMAS RINEHART USED CARS 157 N. W. 36th Street Phone 78-2010 Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR SUNNY PALM SPORTSWEAR 907 Langford Building Phone 3-5798 It is a Pleasure to extend Best Wishes for A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year To All A.SACHS REAL ESTATE INVESTOR Specializing In All Typos of Real Estate AMERICAN BANK BUILDING PHONE 3-0952 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR $ DAVE J. COHN, General Agent PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Seventeenth Floor Congress Building PHONE 2-3181 Sincere Wishes for HAPPY NEW YEAR § Mill TRANSIT COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1925 i,: I: '• i } %  • % 



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11DAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewist noridm&n PAGE FIFTY-FTVE MESSAGE FOR ROSH HASHANA September 8, 1945 SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER. FLORIDA I On the occasion of the 5,706th LY. Wars Day in the recorded r>„„ v of the Jewish people, I Knt to extend greetings and express my hopes for better nK .; to come, both for the Jews [nd for all people. I In the long history of the tebivws, there have been many fcriods of crisis, many tragedies, nanv unspeakable desecrations In'd' desolations, and despite it L] a constant, ever-growing, Iver-finer spirit of solidarity Inionfi Jews and between Jews End the other progressive peoSpg of the world. The enemies \i the Jews are the enemies of nankind. the enemies of civilisation. On this New Year's day, to can look back over the past lew years and see another tritmph ft that solidarity in our t-orld-shaking victory over the Ra/i hordes. How costly that victory has tern we all know. But it behooves those of other faiths to I ber that it was the Jews i< a group who suffered most, jjho bore the most woeful burjj, who lost most, in achieving that victory. Yc the battle was fought by |he United Nations—the United poopies—of the democratic Evorld. The struggle was won by Ithr sacrifices of all races and all faiths on the cruel battlefields, whether military or civilian, of civilization against savagery. In the ghettoes of Poland and the slaughter camps of Nazi Germany, as on the Normandy beaches and along the Rhine, men and women who loved liberty better than death accepted death to win that liberty for their kind. Today, let us look forward, rather than back. Let us, Christians, Jews, Mohammedans, Buddhists, Hindus, and all other believers in the goodness of man and the perfectability of this world, unite as human beings with but one aim: peace and security for the world and the individual. Then together we shall go forward and achieve that aim, united in the brotherhood of our universal good will. I do not want to think of this Rosh Hashona as only introducing a new year. I want to think of it as introducing a new world. a world where man shall live with man in friendship, regardless of race, or color, or creed, throughout all the new years to come. The task we all face, the greatest and noblest task that has ever confronted mankind, is to make the promise of this new world come true. May the year 5,706 see great strides made in the accomplishment of that task! Stockholm — Medical supplies, surgical instruments and bandages valued at 810,000 were flown during the first week in August from Sweden to the destitute Jewish community in Czechoslovakia by the Joint Distribution Committee. In addition the shipment contained two tons of marmalade, five tons of vegetable fats and 1,700 pounds of dried milk. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. Mr. and Mrs. PHILIP STEIR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. JACK P. MARASH and son. DAVID 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Wish all their friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR BMt Wishi-s For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lewin's Grocery and Meat Market 1163 N. W. 4th Street PHONE 3-1381 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. EUGENE KLEIN and daughter LILLIEN SCHUSTER of the Siesta Apartments 1110 Euclid Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TRU-FRUIT PRODUCTS 207 N. E. 39th Street HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL TUTAN MOTORS 216 Minorca Avenue CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TAMIAMI HOTEL 203 W. FLAGLER STREET Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI GUILD EMBROIDERIES 127 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 9-2547 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LATE CLEANERS U49 Collins Avenue Phone 5-2453 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL IDEAL PAINTING COMPANY 4610 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-3251 SEASON'S GREETINGS GARDEN TAVERN 1746 S. W. 3rd Avenue It is a pleasure to extend to all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street PHONE 2-3705 T. W. Mills A. H. Becker NEW YEAR GREETINGS $ SENATE HOTEL BEACON HOTEL LINCOLN CENTER HOTEL EL PASO HOTEL GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR BEER WINE TONY'S PLACE Neopolitan Kitchen "AUTHENTIC ITALIAN FOOD" 2718 N. W. 36th St. PHONE 3-9476 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA U. L. COLLINS Guaranteed REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING Household and Commercial 3301 N. W. 171h Avenue Phone 9-3572 All Makes Electric Stoves and Radios Repaired To All A Most Happy New Year .... MANAGEMENT—APPRAISALS—SALES—RENTALS A. A. DICK CO. REALTORS 1788 S. W. 8th Street — Miami. Florida "In the Heart of the Southwest Section" A. A. DICK Business Phone 3-0711 GREETINGS IT IS A PLEASURE TO WISH OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR. NORTON^. GANGER tin ifitiiiiiiii null n aiim 601 N. MIAMI AVE* ROSH HASHANA GREETINGS May the coming year brings Happiness and Prosperity to all MARGIE'S SHIP AHOY RESTAURANT 217 N.E. 11th STREET PHONE 2-9698 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OLD HICKORY BAR The Meeting Place for All Your Friends 5226 N. W. 17th Avenue MARTHA and RED, Proprietors \ BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR DOLIVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT HOTEL KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought — Sold and Traded 1119 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-7043 I It is with pleasure that I extend Best Wishes to my Friends on the occasion of the observance of ROSH HASHANA Mrs. Wm. Douglas Pawley



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PAGE TWO fjemst' fhrSdian FRIDAY, SEPTEMB ER 7, ig 45 PERSONALS Lillian Farber, of 536 14th Street, has returned from a onemonth vacation in New York. Miss Evelyn Cometz. 25, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cometz, of 634 Euclid Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, 1572 Meridian Avenue, have returned from a two-month vacation at Hot Springs, Ark. Miami Beach Jewish Center Hebrew School will open its fall semester Sept. 10. Registrations now being accepted daily at the Center from 4 to 5 P. M. The Men's Cluu and Sisterhood of Temple Israel are tendering an informal reception honoring members of the Temple, on Sunday, Sept. 9, from 3 to 5 P. M.. at Kaplan Hall. Michael Zuckernick. of 3134 Sheridan Avenue, is spending a month in New York. Mrs. B. Efseroff and her granddaughter. Miss Gladycc Tepper. of 1221 Collins Avenue, have returned from Bradley Beach, N. J.. where they visited Mrs. Ethel Levine. Gloria KaplanTof 2460 Flamingo place, has returned from Washington, D. C. She stopped at Durham, N. C, to see her brother. Lt. Ij.g.t Seymour Kaplan, graduated from Duke University medical school. Lieut. Kaplan has since been sent to Pearl Harbor. Miss Kaplan, a 1945 graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school, will enter the University of Miami in Oct. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaplan. PERSONALS Mrs. Jennie Lubow has just returned from a stay of several weeks at St. Simon's Island as guest of her daughter and sonin-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simowitz, whose home is in Augusta, Georgia. WEDDINGS Solomon Singer, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer, 1714 S. W. 18th Street, left this week for North Georgia College, Dahloncga, Ga„ under the A.S.T.R.P. Solomon enlisted in the army on August 7. He is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and is an Aleph of Sigma Rho. Chapter 517, A.Z.A. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei left early this week by car for a vacation in the north. They will visit with their families and spend sometime in the Berkshires. A familv wedding at the home of her mother, Mrs. Frieda Boxer 2144 S. W. 22nd Terrace, is being planned by Miss Shirley Boxer, who will marry Pvt. Calvin Pont on Sept. 11. Miss; NOTmadine Boxer, sister of the bride-to-be, will be her attendant. BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. Solomon Pollack, 925 N W. 52nd Street, announce the birth of a daughter, Jessica Lee. Lt. and Mrs. Walter A. La Vigne announce the birth of a daughter, Leslie Ann. on Tuesday. Mrs. La Vigne is the former" Anyce Getzug. Mrs. Charles Steinman, 1568 Meridian Avenue, returns soon from a three-month vacation. Mrs. Steinman stayed with her sisters. Mrs. Sam Hoffman, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. Charles Lish, of Lawrence, L. I. PERSONALS June Kmanuel, of 1681 Mendan Avenue, has returned from Connecticut. She is the daughted of Mrs. Toby Emanuel. Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz returned home Thursday after vacationing in the North. The next regular meeting of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 8 P. M.. at the Miami Beach Y. M. H. A.. 1 Lincoln Road. All members and their friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Helen Halperin left this week for Fitzgerald, Georgia, where she will spend two months visiting her in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. Halperin. She was accompanied by her daughter Marleen. Herman Berk left Wednesday by plane to join his family in New York where he will spend the holidays. Best Wishes for the New Year OBITUARIES KARP Samuel Karp. 56. of 1431 S. W. Fourth St.. died Monday in a Miami hospital after a brief illness. He had been a resident of Miami for 15 years and operated a general store. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Rose Karp: one son, Jerry, in the Army in Germany: three daughters, Mrs. B. A. Sterling and Mrs. A. Patterson, both of Miami, and Mrs. B. Schemer of Tucson, Ariz. Services were conducted in the Gordon funeral home chapel Tuesday. Burial followed in Mount Ncbo cemetery. NEW YEAR GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-2424 HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET Formerly at Operated bj David and Florence Schlllei Formerly at Howard Johimon FliiRler Street Store Serving American Jewish Mean at Moderate Pncei Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream made on premises. All Meals Prepared Under the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb of Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS GEORGIA CULPEPPER MADALINE CULPEPPER Tivoli Beauty Salon, Inc. "FOR THE LADY WHO CARES" Open Evenings by Appointment 744 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-2561 i) PERSONALS Miss Claire Behan. of 1018 Jefferson Avenue, is leaving for a one-month vacation in Brooklyn, N. Y. Leaving for Chicago is Corp. Herman Cohen, his wife and son, Ronald, 12, of 1528 Meridian Avenue. Corp. Cohen is expecting to be discharged from the army. ^^^ Joel S. Salzman, USN, is arriving this week to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Salzman, 4491 Prairie Avenue. 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UDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 JewistiFhridlfari PAGE FORTY-SEVEN THE SHOF A R By JULIUS L. WEIL nne of the most significant aemonlal utensils in Jewish life ust .d onlv once a year, on Rosh iashonah. The shofar is based on *c tradition from the times of K, r forefather, Abraham. When he about to carry out God's mmand to sacrifice his only son his own flesh and blood h—. i at the lost moment preventhim from carrying out the Dit m ,. command, and instead Abraam offered a ram as sacrifice in |ii S son's stead. The shofar has played an outstanding part in Israel's history. Chen the Jews were about to relive 'he Torah at Mount Sinai, his fok place to the sound of far. The approach of the fiftieth vear, also, in which all yave;. and the land and property reri restored to their freedom, vas heralded by the sound of the B K When Israel embarked upon B war. not of aggression, but of glorification of the Holy name, the clarion call of the shofar rallied* God's fighters. In our time, the only occasion for sounding the Chofar is, however only on Rosh piashonah. It is worthwhile to scrutinize Ithe part the shofar plays on this %  Holy Day. After the initial mornling service which contains pray[<• king not only for the forIgivncss of past sins, but also Ipassagrs describing the solemnity |of the day, and the magnificence of the Almighty, and after the reading of the Torah, the congregation is hushed because the solemn moment for blowing the shofar has arrived. And then the various kinds of I the shofar sound penetrate the individual's heart and soul. First the | tekiah, the long drawn-out tune, i even in its strength, then the shevorim, the interrupted tune comparable to the sobbing of a child, and finally the teruah, the broken, shattering sound like the fear and anxiety in a person's heart and mind. These three different shofar tunes can describe the life of the individual and also the life of the Jewish nation very well. When the child is born, it grows up undisturbed by the trials and hardships of the daily life. Tranquility prevails, and no cares or worries enter into the child's mind. His life is even, a drawn-out well being, an uninterrupted flow of quietness, very easily comparable to the tekiah of the shofar. Then the child grows up further into adolescence. His life is still quiet and peaceful, but he begins to realize that hardship lies ahead. Little worries disturb him, jolt him occasionally. The long even easiness is interrupted, becomes a shevorim. Now the erstwhile child is a grown-up, facing the trials and tribulations of the daily life. The struggle for daily bread, the daily livelihood, worries and participation in the communal affairs, the bringing up of his children, all these shatter the formerly so quiet BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEJV YEAR life, the tekiah has turned into a teruah. But when old age comes, his life struggle is over. Now he can rely on the new generation, and live out his late years in peace and quietness, once more he has come back to the tekiah. His last years are like his first, even and undisturbed. The history of the Jewish people can also be compared to the various tunes of the shofar. When MR. and MRS. SAM SEITLIN 1 AND DAUGHTERS BARBARA JUDITH and HARRIETTE MARSHA I Extend Best Wishes to Their Friends and Relatives for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR %  (Continued on Page 49) Buy More War Bonds! SEASON'S GREETINGS STATE DISCOUNT CO. 1160 West Flagler Street AUTO FINANCING Phone 3-8792 Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLLINS GARAGE ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIRS W:*i %  THI MIAMI MAH RAILWAY COMPANY



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fjUDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenisfi n-oridliairi PAGE FIVE Edit'i'". ,. Jewish Flondian, Miami. Florida Pead Sir: The editorial in your issue of Aueii-t 17th, entitled, "If and When" interested me very mui.ii It ls > in fact> somewhat ironic that one of the very great obstacles that the Council has encountered, has been the refusal of the Anglo-Jewish press to adequately and fairly, publicize its viewpoint. I assume that vou regularly receive our Information Bulletin and have also received the Press Releases distributed by us from time to time. :,!>-. had you so desired, there was ample opportunity to present the position of the Council. Be that as it may, if your editorial "f the 17th was written in good faith, I am enclosing two items that you may use for imte publication. One, a press n the statement recentide by Mr. Truman, and two. a leaflet which contains our over-all pattern for procedure and program for local chapters. This will be followed by the Miami group I do not doubt, at the proper time in its organizational procedure. I shall await with interest the publicity you give these two no:: ... measuring the good or bad faith of your editorial by that publicity. I also think that in fairness and .!". the spirit of objective journalism, this letter should be made public. Very truly yours, ELMER BERGER P.; ;i Goldhagen has returned from Camp Saginore, near Lake Gi N. Y. He is the son of Mr. i nd Mrs. M. Goldhagen, 1670 Lenox Avenue. COMMITTEE FORMED OPPOSED TO BUDGETS The formation of a committee to oppose national budgeting was announced at a press conference by Ezra Shapiro, president of the Jewish Community Council of Cleveland, "in behalf of leaders of Jewish federations and welfare funds throughout the country" who are seeking "to prevent the imposition of national budgeting upon the American Jewish community." Mr. Shapiro, who was named chairman of the newly formed committee, told the press conference that the new body "was organized to mobilize the overwhelming sentiment of American Jewry in opposition to any program which would give centralized authority to a single group to determine the future of all causes, national and international, appealing for American Jewish support." He announced that William Sylk, secretary of the Allied Jewish Appeal of Philadelphia, will serve as secretary of the new committee which, he emphasized, "will endeavor to coordinate the opposition of the federations and welfare funds on the issue which will be taken up at the next General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds" to be held early in 1946. '"As a result of this action, more adequate time will be afforded to the Jewish communities of America to discuss and to decide on this problem, the I most vital that has ever confronted welfare funds and one of the most serious that has ever %  called for the consideration of \ the whole of American Jewry," I Shapiro state. "However, the principle of a referendum involved in the original resolution of the board, is sound and should be followed through. Thus, every member agency of the Council should, between now and the time of the General Assembly, permit the most thorough discussion of the national budgeting proposal so that when the Assembly meets it may record the mandate of the individual communities. In this way, the views of the Assembly may be accurate crosssection of the views of the member agencies and not merely individual opinions. "The committee to oppose National budgeting will proceed on the democratic assumption that the Council itself and all member agencies welcome this extended opportunity for discussion on the pros and cons of national budgeting. Only by loc;il action, registered officially and in a representative way, will any decision on national budgeting have meaning and validity." Keep on Buying War Bonds A Very Happy New Year To All Mr. and Mrs. I. Schumann Of 111.' Irving's Sport Togs 953 Washington Ave. SEASONS GREETINGS Haber's Sandwich Shop and Joseph Kessler and Louis Blum 1624 Pennsylvania Ave. A Very Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Park-Madison Studio 645 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-5260 SEASON'S GREETINGS MISS MACE SWEDISH MASSAGE 107 N. 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MDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *-Jenist)fkridtjn PAGE FORTY-FIVE The Jewish Sports Year (Continued from Page 44) IM< of the Pony League in first B'.cc as tlic old year came to a ES. Andy Cohen, a recent Trnv dischargee, is handling the E n s at El Paso. Texas, a MexiI dub member. His brother ', r „iis along as a pitcher for Kp leading Portand in the Pa|f,c Coast group. Bob Katz has Ed a good mound success with Syracuse International pnciunine and will eventually ip'buck in the big time with £ P Cinci Reds. Perhaps the best Cospect to enter baseball this Bason is Les Rothman, former fin basketball captain, who Krted with Newark in the Finkcv farm chain and ended tjth Norfolk in the Piedmont bop. (Football suffered in comparibn with other years. Only a few fames spotted collegiate grid Ecles. none outstanding, while fnsign Sid Luckman managed b'eit in a few games with the Ihicago Bears before taking off sea. Buckets Goldenberg con nu .a as line mainstay of the liampionship Green Bay PackVx and rolls along much like Kid .Man River. Congressman ammv Weiss still heads the pro but ball officials as number one bferee wi,h Lou Gordon com ^B along fast. Xhe Philadelphia Hebrews lain, ill rough with another Kampionship in the American I isketball race. Eddie Gottfc ( boys won the regular seaion gonfalon, then proved themtlves by winning the playoffs, jrv Torgoff, Dutch Garfinkel, Eikv Lautman and Ossie ShechlT ;i ,i spearheaded the Spha drive. K>rmer Spha star Red Rosan hanaged Baltimore into the fi£ls against his former mates. Miki' Bloom paced the league BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SEYMOUR SATIN and daughters MARY Ellen and MARCIA ROSE SEASON'S GREETINGS DON'T Let Home Hunting "GET YOU" Consult A Specialist In the Sale of "HOMES EXCLUSIVELY" D REALTOR 2034 S. W. Red Road PHONE 48-1761 MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TOWERS HOTEL 332 S. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7611 in scoring for Trenton. Among the college boys little Hy Gotkin of St. Johns made the grade as an Ail-American Sid Tannenbaum of N.Y.U. led his mates in scoring. The Lavender five enjoyed one of its better seasons with Tannebaum, Forman, and Goldstein pacing the quintet. L.I.U. with Rothman, Goldstein, and Lewis also had a winning year. Alterson of Cornell made the Ivy League all star team. Harry Boykoff, former St. John's center, performed for a West Point club together with Garfinkel and Bernie Opperm former Kentucky leader. Butch Schwartz was a member of Banbridge's crack aggregation. He formerly starred at L.I.U. and for the Philly Spahs. Mike Jacobs really had himself a boxing year. Running shows at the Garden and St. Nicholas Arena. Michael did right well at the gate, never having a bad night. Now he talks of running two shows a week at the Garden on Friday and Monday nights. He no longer is plagued with a shortage of talent. Several boys have come along rapidly the past year particularly Harold Gren, the Brownsville boy, who defeated Rocky Graziano twice and knocked off Fritzie Zivic in a ten round decision. Green looms as likely! contender for Red Cochran's crown and may meet the welter champ late in September. Morris Reif, another Brooklyn welter, has been making splendid progress and shapes up as a future Garden lull time entertainer. Danny Bartfield, a lightweight, is being groomed for a lot of work. Bumray Davis is still around and with the following he has is a welcome member of the Garden fight clan. He will probably fight Green soon for the championship of Brownsville, if nothing else. Kee your eyes on a newcomer Davcy Feld. He hasn't been heard from yet but will in the future. Dave is a Billy Conn style boxer with a punch in his right mitt. A middlweight now, Feld should develop into a classy heavyweight in time. Benny Goldberg is tops in the bantam weight division albeit another holds the title. Among the promoters Jake Mintz in Pittsburgh, Brickman in Cleveland, Lou Raymond in New Orleans, and Barney Ross in Los Angeles have fared very GREETINGS FROM JOE'S OASIS BAR Joe Carvitl 701 N. E. 1st Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR LOBEL'S MARKET 1407 Washington Ave. Phone 5-1174 MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 3-8113 J. G. KOPSKY, Prop. Joe's Bicycle and Toy Shop Bicycles and Toys Accessories and Repairs 1212 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI 35. FLA. Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR S1LBY CHEMICAL LABORATORIES 2625 S. W. 16th Street PHONE 4-4296 SEASON'S GREETINGS REFRIGERATION SERVICE D.P.MURRAY Coldspots Specialist and All Makes DAY OR NIGHT Phone 3-2768 3324 N. W. 2nd Avenue A Happy New Year To Jewry Everywhere Economy Drug Store 1101 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 3-1563 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR *i { POSISISETTIA HOTEL 117 N. E. 2nd Street PHONE 2-1267 SEASON'S GREETINGS REAL ESTATE BROKER "FAIR DEALING" Sales and Service 606 Seybold Building PHONE 3-6171 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HOTEL EDWARDS Formerly Evans Collins Ave. al 10th St. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Greetings on the New Year *% V / o fcONGRESS BLDfV ^I ^^SlDA PHQNEJojjiJ M AMI 32, FLORIDA^ well during the past twelve months. Maxie Waxman, Jack Dempsey's right-hand man, started a new fight weekly canned "Fight Facts." In addition. Max has reaped big monies handling Bobby Ruffin. He also is fronting for Abel Cestac, Firpo's Argentinian protege. In golf, Herman Barron continues as the only big Jewish pro. He wins his share of sectional matches and doesn't fare badly in the national matches. Lt. Seymour Greenberg, back from the Aleutians, played good tennis and indicated he will be heard from when the war is over. Sid Schwartz, a Brooklyn youth, captured several boy's titles and went far in the national boy's meet. Lou Freedman. another boy player took the New York State title. Track had little to offer in the line of Jewish sensations. Allan Tolmich, the great sprint(Continued on Page 48) To All A Most Happy New Year JACK AND JOE'S Friendly Service Station Sunoco Products Lubrication Specialists 1900 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9656 A HAPPY NEW YEAR PAUL GALASSO CUSTOM TAILORING 2319 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-5766 SEASON'S GREETINGS FRANK'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION SUNOCO PRODUCTS 407 N. E. 13th Street At the West End of County Causeway TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ARMY SALVAGE QUARTERS { i* 6160 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-0262 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES BEST WISHES for the NEW YEAR SOUTHERN BREWING COMPANY Tampa, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS Everglades Service Station and Garage 2701 N. W. 79th Street 7-9290 HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. 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PAGE SIXTEEN *Je*isiincricJto*7 FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER 7 Rosh-Ha-Shanoh !" Birthday of Creation By RABBI LEON SPITZ Our world is slowly emerging j working and working, correctout of its war-chaos. War-guilt I ing and fixing, until he will fiwill be cleansed and reconstrucnail succeed in attaining that tion will soon begin. And with it there must be concurrently a stirring of the religious spirit that will both raise and seek the answer to the why of all that indubitable catastrophe. Even while we greet with exulting eyes the rainbow, we still question ourselves as to the wherefore of that devastating flood. On, Rosh ha shonoh day, marked in Jewish tradition as the Yom Haras Olam — the birthday of creation—it is fitting that we venture forth on this soul searching, chesbon hanefeah, expedition. To our compelling query, the Midrash gives a bold and challenging answer: The Holy One blessed be He, kept on, from time immemorial. masterpiece which his spirit has yearned to create. Just as a gifted musical composer will keep on writing his composition, blot and erase here and there, until finally there will emerge the song that will charm his own soul and will gladden the hearts of music lovers. This is the secret of evolution— and that is why it is silly for people to speak so glibly of the good old days. There was no such thing as the good old days; it is all an illusion, it is all selfdelusion, a fancy without a basis in fact, just a beautiful bluff. In the good old days kings and statesmen could neither read nor write; in the good old days the powerful and the rich did not even enjoy the comforts of creating worlds and destroying ; life which a poor peasant or city them, creating new worlds and laborer enjoys today. In the destroying them—until he final1 good old days the forces of naly created our present world, ture burst forth and caused unjust as a conscientious author | checked havoc. In the good old keeps on writing and erasing, | days doting parents devoured and writing and tearing up, until 1 their own children in the days he finally sets down the poem of famine, and reverent sons and in its perfection. Just as a paint; daughters chased their helpless cr or a sculptor will keep on and aged parents into the wilderOPEN ALL YEAR MIAMI BEACH—41st St., Phone 5-2206—AIR COOLED ness to starve to death or hurled them down from the cliffs to spatter teir brains in the abyss because they could not feed them or care for them. In the good old days plagues and disease exterminated half the world's population; and murder, rape and torture were a daily occurrence. In those good old days fear and superstition and slavery and immorality ruled everywhere. This is a realistic picture of the good old days. The Rabbis bid us not to live over sad reminiscences, but in the language of Longfellow s Psalm of Life, be "up and doing. The Rabbis bid us not set our thoughts on the past, but on the future. It is the Prophet who reminds us that "old men dream the dreams; the young must glimpse visions." Let the dead past bury its dead. Let us American Jews face the future. Tomorrow beckons to us with all our Jewish resilience. We are not mere slaves %  of destiny. We are the partners of God himself in the work of creation, the sages of the Midrash tell us. Let us therefore on this birthday of creation with determined spirits and courageous hearts cooperate with the Lord of Creation to build a better and happier world for Israel and for humanity, even on the ruins of the soon to be-forgotten-pre-war world. The Schofar calls to us in three differentiated notes: The shevarim wails and moans of the broken Jewish life of wartorn tragedy. The tekiah resounds the bugle call of duty and sacrifice and heroism. But the third and last resounds the Teruoh, the triumphant call —that the spirit of man shall now triumph ov^rthThr^ and tragedies that havt J o rt0I > ed and almost crushed T& the spirit of Israel shaM n ^ umph and march f o i,u 0w %  mood of a high and n„M m solve to challenge l n0 ^> the destiny of an eternal %&>> mortal people. Am^S"? .*&. *>£ AjUGUST BROS DJ, IS thv BEST' MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058 Service On All Makes Radios B I S C A Y N E LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING PHONE 5-0254 231-233 11th Street, Miami Beach. Florida DE LUXE SERVICE PARAGON PAINTS "IT ANCHORS TO THE SURFACE" "For The Discriminating" 545 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-4743 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Certified Poultry & Egg Company 728 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-8115 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL VAL C. CLEARY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CONGER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY "All Kinds of Insurance" 1600 N. 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PREAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 JenistitterMKbm Relief and Rehabilitation Perspectives—5705 (Continued from Page 28) The communal and cultural institutions which have given cohesion and significance and historic continuity to Jewish existence arc in shambles. Still, the time to rebuild is at hand. Oiue again can J.D.C. think not merely of saving .Jewish lives but of saving Jewish life, wherever it is to be found, and wherever it desires to rehabilitate itself. The 1,250,000 surviving Jews of Europe will need not only supplemental emergency rations of food, clothing and medicine. They will need also artisans' tools nid machines and working capital to become self-reliant and self-supporting. The stateless Jews will have to find new homes and new opportunities and these the J.D.C. will strive to find for them. Many among them will want to throw in their lot with the brave pioneers who have converted the land of the Jewish past into the land of the Jewish future—the land of Israel—and these the J.D.C. will, as it so often did in the past, try to help reach their destination. The 50,000 Jewish children— the nucleus of the coming generation of Jews in Europe—will have to be properly provided for. They will need special care and tenderness under truly Jewish auspices in order to make them forget the horrible experience which marred their youth, so that they may grow up into healthy and upstanding Jewish men and women. Nor will the J.D.C. neglect to help each group in Jewry to rebuild the religious and cultural institutions without which their spiritual life would remain incomplete and unfulfilled. In sketching this program for the year 5706 whose full fruition is to follow in the years to come, we have before our minds' eye the ideal that inspired J.D.C. work during the 30 years of its existence; namely, so to conduct LEW HEWES OUTBOARD MOTORS — BOATS (Authorised Johnson Dealers Since 1925) 412-418 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 2-8918 HANNAU PHOTO STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE 612 LINCOLN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • PHONE 58-2923 134 BISCAYNE BLVD. • MIAMI • PHONE 3-0513 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. J. FARREY BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETT'S RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL'S SERVICE STATION and Belford s Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida its work, whether rescue or rehabilitation, as to permit the interplay of the various forces making for a more wholesome and better Jewish existence everywhere. J. D. C. aims to bring healing and restore well being, both physical and spiritual, to all those of our brothers who were adversely affected by the world's greatest calamity. Also, it proposes to give its cooperation to all other Jewish forces engaged in similar tasks. Its association with the UTA and NRS in the UJA these many years and its cooperation with the Jewish Agency, with OSE, and many other bodies in various countries is ample demonstration of J.D.C.'s capacity for team work when this serves the best interests of the Jewish people as a whole. The notable cooperation of the Latin American Jewish communities, the long-standing and loyal support of J.D.C. from the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies in Canada, are now capped by the invaluable participation of the South African Jewish War Appeal, which assumes a great and increasing part in our programs throughout the world. This community, with exemplary generosity, gives earnest of a real Jewish partnership with us in the work of mercy and rebuilding. PAGE TWENTY-NINE NEW YEAR GREETINGS PRINTING ARTS. Inc 320 W. Flagler St. JACK TEITLER To Our Many Friends We Extend BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Nurses Registry of Physicians & Surgeons Langford Bldg. — Ph. 3-2154 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE — A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR E DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Beers MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-4808 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY NEW YEAR % SCHUBERTH'S Sea Food Grille 5 S. W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE DR. and MRS. JOS. B. MARGOLIS and Daughter ISADORA and Son STEVEN Extend to AU Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR m BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI AUTO PARTS 630 N. W. 5th Street iji If there is one "lesson that J.D.C. has learned in the course of its 30 years' activity, it is that Jews in all their diversity remain the members of the same community—the Community of God. And on this solemn occasion J.D.C. would like to express the wish that it stay so forevermore. One more thought: In announcing the continuity of its basic policy and the highlights of its future program, J.D.C. is fully aware that the cost, in terms of dollars and cents, may be staggering. But J.D.C. knows American Jews, .knows the sense of brotherhood of our Jewish associates throughout the world, and their capacity for self-sacrifice. Once their imagination is stirred, nothing will stand in the way of the complete realization of the program. And as they turn towards the year 5706, it is desirable that they include in their prayers the hope that they shall be farsighted enough and strong enough to live up to this simple obligation. Happy New Year! Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E.4J. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-4872 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Dade County Roofing Co., Inc. 222 Aragon Avenue Phone 4-6625 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 \S£SZ.2E!L YEAR TO OUR J EWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. Inc. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories W r" Ut Ave.—1211-13 Security Bldg.. Miami— Phone 3 IlUn W. Palm Beach Office. 3800 wShlngton Dr^PhonTIsM GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALICE CAMUS Southern Nursing & Professioncd Services. Inc. 202 POSTAL BUHDING f,'BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS YOUR HAIRDRESSER 23 Halcyon Arcade No. 4 MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-1853 %  ... URMEY HOTEL "In the Heart of Downtown Miami" OPEN THE YEAR ROUND EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 34 S. E. Second Avenue Phone 2-5147 SEASON GREETINGS FROM Sidney Meyer Lt CoL Mitchell Wolfson W0METC0 THEATRES LINCOLN CAPITOL STATE BILTMORE STRAND MIAMI SURF CAMEO GROVE PARKWAY MAYFAIR PLAZA TOWER ROSETTA CENTER



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w FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 Jewish flcridliiain PAGE FORTY-ONE V PLAIN TALK-CONFESSION By AL SEGAL (Continued from Page 39) do not try to settle We make for ourselves innumerable causes of dissensions. Our sinning in this would not be so grievous were it not that our children, grown to the age of wisdom, inquire, •is this all there is to being a j ew this quarrel, this backbiting 1 If t his is Judaism we want none of it. We seek a way t o good life not to daletic battlefields. ... •For this sin against our children, O God of forgiveness, bear with us, pardon us, forgive us! •\Ve have suffered at the hinds of our enemies but have iJamed little from our suffer,,, We have looked at the abysmal sin of our enemies and OUT eyes have not searched ourselves to inquire what are our own sins. What vanity? What sell-indulgence? What exclusive striving for material gain? What outward show instead of inward "O Lord God, hath our deliverance made us more humble. We should be meek like Moses when he was privileged to look at the evi r-burning bush, for we, too, have seen the Divine Majesty which in our time has reduced the transgressor to the dust. But we are like men who have never seen God but know only the shabby deities that their vanities and appetites worship. "For these sins against Thee and against ourselves, O God of forgiveness, bear with us, pardon us, forgive us! "O Lord God, yet we are altogether like others of the human race who do not learn any lessons from their adversities. They give lip-service to brotherhood but their hearts give out hate; they despise their neighbors on account of motes though there are beams in their own eyes; they give obedience to their vanities, their greeds, appetites and passions, and know not God whose works they see before their eyes. "But we may find no justification for ourselves in their delinquencies; since we have lived so much longer and suffered so much more than they; since we have had an ethical and spiritual teaching in our hands from the beginning of historic time. "We above all men, since we are so old, should know the lesson and live by them; yet we are like people born only yesterday who have had little time to learn from experience and from the evidence of God in the affairs of men. "For this sin against our history. O God of forgiveness, bear with us, pardon us, forgive us!" To All A Most Happy New Year George and Gladys' 1260 BAR SCHLITZ ON DRAFT 1260 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLA. 4 wish all our friends and patrons and all the Jewish people —a year of health, happiness and prosperity ESTABLISHED 1760 Yes, in this confession we can join almost unanimously in the synagogue on Yom Kippur. The ritual confession is much too general and many a citizen can find ways to squirm from under as from a blanket that doesn't cover him fully "That doesn't mean me; it's for the other guy." This confession is guaranteed to cover one and all and even citizens who are free of the sins of vanity and self-indulgence may feel covered as sinners who participate in the destructive quarrels of Israel. I have just thought of one more item for Yom Kippur confession. It is for Jewish leaders: "O Lord God, we have been jealous of our prestige and position and our vanity has valued our names in the paper and we have felt the elations of success to see our pictures, and we have let ourselves be enchanted by the sound of our own voices. For this, O God of forgiveness, bear with us, pardon us, forgive Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. H. R. MECHLOWITZ AND SON SEASON'S GREETINGS Valenti's Restaurant Specializing In AmericanItalian Dinners Famous for Pizza Ravioli Spaghetti 1306 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 9-3898 SEASON'S GREETINGS M1LROSE MARKET The Finest the Markets Affords At Reasonable Prices 1709 CORAL WAY A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEACHPARK HOTEL 600 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-0021 GREETINGS for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ANDRON'S CREST HOTEL 1670 James Avenue Miami Beach, Florida New Year Greetings PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. 1st Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-5734 SEASON'S GREETINGS Auto Lock & Supply Company 1304 N. E. Second Ave. PHONE 9-3144 TO ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR w. c. w. IN LOVING MEMORY of their dear departed husband and father LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN called to his eternal rest October 1, 1938 Mrs. Ethel Rothlein AND SONS ACME CUBS and HENRY'S SERVICE STATION 904 5th Street MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Customers A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS WALZ 36TH STREET MARKET Quality Food — Lowest Prices 1125 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 7-9418 ; i"; NEW YEAR GREETINGS $ UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-2270 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PLAYHOUSE A COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL 422-324 Aragon Avenue CORAL GABLES Phone 4-3532 i t AMOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Lyon H. Pistrich and Associates of the CAMEO PHARMACY 1443 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR George S. O'Kell • %  SEASON'S GREETINGS ITS SHOP 2710 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-9182 Breakfast — Luncheon Dinner Delicious Home Cooking Open 6 A. M. to 1 P. M. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. SED GOLDWIN of the Clam Box Restaurant 7401 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-9291 A HAPPY NEW YEAR y* arthur berel, inc. 66-68 E. Flagler Street MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS Automobile Refinishing Body and Fender Work BUCKNER'S PAINTING and DECORATING CO. N. W. 79th St. and 10th Ave. PHONE 78-2972



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PAGE FORTY-TWO # JenisffkridliicM i FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Pos£ War Job Prospects of American Jewish Youth By WALTER DUCKAT (Federation Employment Service N.Y.C.) A constant concern of parents and the older generation is the future of our youth. During the war. most of the concern is for their physical welfare and their sale return home. But as the war draws to a close our focus will change to peace tune cares their catvurs, their plans for homemaking nut the host of other problems related to their general adjustment of peacetime civilian life. Surveys of men in service indicate that next to their desire to get home is their compelling interest in securing a satisfying job. Undoubtedly, a good job is the most important single factor contributing to the speedy reabsorption of the veteran to civilian life Business, government and labor have pledged themselves to do their utmost to provide jobs after arce TO ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR PERRY GROCERY STORE FANCY GRADE VEGETABLES AND GROCERIES 215 PALM AVENUE PHONE 8-9186 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST 1367 N. Miami Avenue. Phone 2-1424 (C< ntinued on Pag< 43) GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. MAX BERGMAN HOTEL ROBERTS 28 W. FLAGLER ST. Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAROLD J. JOHNSON PAINTING AND DECORATING 7040 N, W. 10th Avenue Phone 7-1468 Jarrett Coffee Company ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEE AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court PHONE 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND SINCERE AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE H. CABEL Phone 7-1136 CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING 61 N. E. 54th Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Edna Champlin Employment Service 412 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 9-3207 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL Learn To Drive the New Modern Way 1013 5th Street Miami Beach 5-5082 N E W YEAR GREETINGS i l SOUTHERN ENGINEERING A N D METAL PRODUCTS PHONE 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEROTA PLUMBING CO. Plumbing — Heating — Installations 739 5th St.. Miami Beach Phone 58-2585 CUT AND SEWED REPAIRED AND LAID STERILIZED AND DEMOTHED PAUL'S Carpet Cleaning & Laying 3-4585— Phones— 3-4870 2012 N. E. Second Avenue Miami 37. Florida 111 New Year Greetings SHIP SERVICE LAUNDRY 1035 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-1777 %  11 T Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR WAYNE SERVICES 340 W. FLAGLER PHONE 3-1267 We Carry A Complete Line of Display Materials BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SPRING GARDEN GRILL 'JUST GOOD FOOD" 639 N. W. 7th Avenue OPEN NTTE AND DAY MR. and MRS. DAVID STUZIN AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. I. WM. BAB0S Miami Kus O HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL STATE EXTERMINATING CO. 7938 N. W. 18th Avenue phoM Dependable Pest and Termite Control J. HBURCHFIELD 15 Years Experience As Exterminator 7-6754



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PAGE FIFTY-FOUR fJmisti fhridifrn The Year in Review (Continued from Pago 50) strict ions — in (act a complete ban on Jews—was to be set up. Over tlic door of the Jewish homeland was to rise a sign: NO JEWS ALLOWED HERE By Order of John Bull That in effect was what the White Paper going into effect meant. In Palestine, some fanatic Zionist.-, egged on by the White Paper, resorted to terrorism. Siege was laid to a number of police slat urns and other government buildings in Palestine, a number of British policemen were skilled by the terrorists. Finally the terrorists reached out to assassinate Lord Moyne, the British Resident Minister in the Near East. The two young assassins oi Lord Moyne were tried in Egypt and executed. In America, the White Paper and Zionism entered into politics and both the Democratic and Republican party platforms came out with strong planks favoring the establishment of a Jewish State ir. Palestine. Following th< election however, the Democratic administration tuck ne steps to implenien, tli, pli dge and in fact Secretary Stettinius appeared before th.< House and Senate Committees considering the Palestine res, id SUI .ceded in J blocking I sure. Zionists loo were irked by the fact that i Sai Ft Confere: tin United Nations gaw .". %  -i ntation in the body gates to Jews as such. !n England, Professor Harold Lash mented en tins strani ly tl at n liile the Arab states %  > had n en proNazi i %  .. ry i I of the wai • sented. the Jew.-. victims of the Nazis and had given a million troops to the Allied ranks, had no, a single representative. Jewish organizations wire however represented m advisory capacities at San Francisco, and they bent their efforts tew.iie, the achievements of two amis, protecting the existing rights of Jews m Palestine, and advocatthese refugees had been driven out of Germany or Hitler might have succeeded in perfecting the bomb. Jewish scientists had begun their research in the atom with the hope "i" finding a constructive peace-time use for it and it was the hope of decent people tha, after the war, the great powers locked in the atom might be used for the enrichment of the life et all humanity. SEND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO DISTRESSED POLES mg an rights. The sevelt inter natio n a 1 bill of death of President Hoeon the eve of the San Francisco Conference d e e p l y moved Jewry. Coming into office in Washington at the same time that Hitler came to power m Germany, he appeared as heaven-sent to conihat the forces of evil personified in the Nazis. The victory of the British Labor Party toward the end of the year again heartened Zionists, who had about come to the conclusion that the Arabs held all | the trumps, Four Jews were named to the Labor government and more than twenty Jews chosen to the House of Commons on the Labor ticket, but what caused particular satisfaction to Jewry was the tac, that the La bor party had in the past so strongly supported Jewish aspirations in Palestine, and it was hoped tha, this reflected a genuine feeling on its part, which m time express ltselt in deeds. The rev lation of the atomic | the victory over Ja. pan wen two climaxes of the \ ear. It was revealed that Jews n.id played a great part in atl n ic research from the days ot Einstein, WHO had shown that mass was convertible to energy. The assistance given by Jewish refugees from Nazi countries was : \ noticeable. It was -..-. K on perhaps that NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher ":: Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach Serving From 5 to 8 P. M. — Open All Summer For Reservations Phone 5-9462 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastriee N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air C, nditioned Phone 2-0760 ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM SECRETARY OF STATE In a Rosh Hashona greeting 10 t!n .1. uOl tile Unit< a States, issued through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Secretary et State James F. Byrnes del "The recent ending el the war makes this celebration of the Jewish New Yeai an occasion of the most solemn significant i In sending cordial greetings t<> all our citizens of Jewish faith l :. joice with you that deliverance has come for these who hav< suffered so greatly under Nazi and Fasci.-t rule. But deliverance has net yet brought p. ace .. '.il a home to many ol them. Together we must work to build a .mst and enduring peace for all peoples so that all men and women regardless ot rae, religion or language will he protected from persecution and in the equal enjoyment of all fundamental rights and freedoms." Athens—A ship carrying 239 persons to Palestine left Cliiiri on August 14, according to the J.D.C. representative who arranged t!u passage. Included in the passenger list were 200 Gre< k Jews and HI' Statl less persons. There were "7 Greek orphans under 13 and !>7 under 17 years of age. The J.D.C. is paying their passage at an approximate cost of $44.50 per pors, n, DRINK PLENTY QF CT^ripure V Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c Pii B.ttlt Deposm PHONE 2-4128 I WANT MY MILK Estab. And Be Sur It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product*Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Straat ^%>a-i i a i v V n PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED" 2008 W. FLAGLER _n_n.n i i i i I I -* I *' %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  M MaOBajaO, II>I>M. r in iijui i Stockholm — Taking immediate advantage of the resumption of commercial plane service between Stockholm and Warsaw, Ragnar Gottfarb, Joint Distribution Committee representative here, sent 110 pounds of sulfathiazole for the medical assistance of distressed Polish Jews by the first regular plane between the two capitals. Coal boats have also started to go from Sweden to Poland, and these, too, will be used to transport J.D.C. supplies. J.D.C. has allocated $85,000 for medical supplies alone this year to be purchased in Sweden for Poland. More than 650 tons of foodstuffs and clothing and three 100-bed hospital units have also been furnished or ordered shipped to Poland's surviving Jews, now estimated at 75.000. FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER 7 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERALHOME Buy More War Bonds. ON ETA DAY VITAMIN MUkTABLETS 'IMIINK of it! Your mln* imuni daily requirement* of A and D Vitamins or of H Complex Vitamins, in one pleasant tablet. Remember the name ONE-A-DAY (brand) Vitamin Tablets. WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTRERM JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlormauan Gladly KmiM on Ifo^, SERVING MIAMI BEACH ( MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JZ4 HOUR ^ AMCt,i/i*C£S l*W>t. JOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR % OS. MIllS NERVINE T\ O TENSE nerves make you Wakeful. Cranky. Re*tlia7 Dr. Mil.* Nervine h* to lessen Nervous Tension. G*t it at your druif %  tor*. Read direction* and use only as directed. THIS SUMMER... f> £*yoy tke (Bfackdone COMPUTE WINTER LUXURIES AT LOW SUMMER RATES. PRIVATE WOl-CAIAHAS-MAfllNltEa TROPICAL GARDENS'PATIO 250 DOOMS I BATHS Phone 58-I8H Alka-Seltzer \V" HEM Headache. Murular J'aina or Simple Neuralgia, Diitreaa after Meal. fiaa on Stomach, or "Morning Aft. r" interfere with your work or spoil your fun. try Allu-Siltier. Keep on Buying War Bends HEUI BISCnVHE flREIH S. W. 4th ST. 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PAGE THIRTY-TWO 9-Jewistncridiaiti A New Year Message For a happy, united Jewish people, in the midst of our brothers of every faith, with whom we wish to labor for a better world. By DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN This New Year's message is written by I)r. Jacob H. Kaplan. Ilabbl Mnieritii.x of Temple Israel. Miami. I>r. Kaplan was the first president of the Greater Miami Kabbinieal Association and the Florida Slate ItubblIII.MI Association, both of which he Dresently heads. The measnise Is Written on behalf of both organisations, As president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, as Well as president of the State Rabbinical Association. I take pleasure, respectfully and reverently, to greet my fellow Jews everywhere on this sacredly hallowed day of New Year. In the midst of the greatest tragedy that has befallen the world and in greatest measun the Jews of the world, what we say except that we pray God to have mercy upon all til dren of men, and give US %  k is* and understanding heart Ic build a better world, a relig ceptable world unto :... of us all. I plead for Unity Unity of all the families of the earth. We Jews have been fight ins each other with uncomphmenTANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1 263 West Flagler Street. 1753 North East Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR tary words when we should spend our energies to find means of respecting and honoring each other. The United Palestine Appeal could not agree with the J.D.C. The Orthodox excommunicate one of the great scholars in Israel for the same reason that the Greeks called Socrates an atheist because these Orthodox and those Greeks could not understand a man greater than they. The Zionist accuse the Anti-Zionists, the Reform Jews of the last decades accuse the :n Jews of the present ged environment of life. American Council for Judaism and the present day Reform Jews accuse each other in com; \ misunderstandings. Everybody talks about religion istinguishing characterU Jew, and yet no two Jews mean the same thing by religion. Some think of relias ritualistically observant as prescribed in past centuries, SEASON'S GREETINGS i h hAiilJ fc Mil "SuPS* J23S s 8 th ST. .'•& JkW.V •'" Splflill—llillll lllOTnJti'^mj^ "The Home of Delicious Foods" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES 27 N. W. Fifth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4-4461 TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES V STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by S T Y L E C R A F T 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE NEW YEAR GREETINGS Miami Wholesale Corporation 118 N. W. First Avenue PHONE 3-3449 RABBI AND MRS. S. M. MACHTEI AND FAMILY Extend to all Jewry BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co. Postal Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street y SEASON'S GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 62nd Street 2012 Ponce de Leon Boulevard 1060 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-3085 Phone 4-1685 Phone 4-9109 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" £ MR. and MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON SEL IG To All Our Friends and Patrons NEW YEAR WISHES y J. R. GETTY General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILWAY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KENH DLZS STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET 1041 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3992 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 others speak of religion in Micah's definition, "to do justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with thy God." There are millions of Christians, Mohamedans and others who accept the pronouncement of Micah as their definition of religion. There are other factors than any of the various definitions of religion that make a man a Jew. As a people who have had four thousand years of history and heroism in suffering, and nobility of character, all for the sake of what each one calls his religion, his Judaism, why can not we today respect and understand each other, and allowing for pluralism in religious thought and a political outlook, and work together with superhuman intelligence and good will, for remnant of Israel and the dignity of every human being. This, then, is my prayer to God. for the House of Israel: Give us a wise and understanding heart, intelligence and good will, on this New Year, to honor and respect each other, to labor %  IIU IOI me dignity of £? %  ahty of every child 5 *i5 God. hear our Zy^^ mercy on us. Cast us SSt h ** from Thy presence and \ a Thy holy spirit from^ftg Mr. and Mrs. Lewi, Gr*.* Wish to the Rabbi, the ft! gregation and WiffV* MIAMI JEWISH "* ORTHODOX CONG A HAPPY NEW YEAH DR. AND MRS. M. A. L1PKIND Extends Greetings to All J w ry for a Year of Health, Hap! piness and Joy and Felidu. tions to the Officers, Dim. tor* and members of the Miami Beach Zionist District NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 TO ALL — SEASON'S BEST WISHES SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE DEPENDABLE 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-0236 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. 'TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue. Miami. 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PAGE FOUR fJenist fhrUKun FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER The Jewish Floridi lan Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla. P. 0. B ox 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor 1 Year, $3.00 Six Months, S2.00 2 Years, S5.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 ELLUL 29, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 36 A LESSON FROM 5705 A resume of the past year as reviewed from our present day vantage brings forth a far more comfortable feeling. Considerable accomplishment has been achieved from the eve of Rosh Hashonah last year through the long twelve months bringing us to the doorstep of 5706. The course of the war, as measured from one New Year to the next, finds us as audience and then participant, witnessing the onslaught abroad against our brethern and then other peoples The Jewish people bore the brunt of the suffering along with severe setbacks of other civilized peoples. During the bitter struggle we were brought to the depths of despair as a vicious enemy dealt underhanded and treacherous blows. With entry in the battle for survival of decency we viewed the upward surge toward the victory so recently proclaimed. The war made deep inroads in the normal way of life. It disrupted a continuity that in many instances and ways will never be restored. Blurred visions, delayed plans, shattered hopes and too, too many homes where the bullet found its mark to claim the supreme sacrifice, chart the map on our road to success. The path ahead is likewise neither smooth nor straight. With every announcement of success, each proclamation of victory, our leaders thanked God for giving us guidance and wisdom. Humble words of prayer were uttered to the Almighty. Rosh Hashonah, falling on the eve of total victory, presents to the Jewish People the opportunity to worship with God, thanking Him for past beneficence and to pray that the coming period be filled with good. During the Holy Day period of prayer, to ourselves or with our brethren in congregation, spiritual satisfaction may be obtained Can we not also take this opportunity to profit by the past. The catastrophe portrays many examples of acts and deeds. Experience is not only a dear but a practical teacher. Vivid are the lessons to be learned from the costly struggle. The awe that prefaces and surrounds the Holy Days provides the pause for restrospection and introspection. Lacking in the past, attention to behavior, tolerance, support to worthwhile causes, participation in deserving endeavors, can avert future evil decree. Service to community and to fellow-man compose a sermon; a lesson to be learned horn the past; a guide for the future. COORDINATION Unless by chance your radio was tuned to the station at the particular time, you found yourself among the large majority that missed the opportunity of hearing our spiritual leaders deliver their New Year message. Sufficient time and thought was not given this public service by the Rabbis themselves. As members of the Rabbinical Association, a coordinated and well arranged schedule should have been prepared. Adequate publicity and notification to the community is needed as part of the arrangements. An estimated twenty per cent of the community is affiliated with a temple and synagogue. Another ten per cent show themselves during the Holy Days A spiritual word via radio to this vast missing audience surely could do no harm. Integrated action upon the part of the Rabbinical Association in this and other endeavors would reap much benefit. Cohesiveness surely is a desired and needed quality. PLANS MADE FOR RELIGIOUS SERVICES The vast preparations undertaken by the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board will reach their climax this Friday night, September 7. Religious services will be held not only at the various synagogues for the members of the armed forces, but also at the Miami Beach Senior high school, 1420 Drexel Avenue, thanks to the co-operation of the educational authorities. A maximum attendance at the services in the high school will be close to a thousand, it is anticipated by Chaplain Saul Kraft, assistant station chaplain of the Army Air Force Redistribution Station No. 2, who will officiate and by Leon Schulman. USO-JWB director. Servicemen from Key West to Ft. Pierce and beyond are planning to attend services in the Greater Miami area. The Greater Miami Hospitality Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board is working feverishly day and night, making arrangements for what will probably be the last great religious observance for Jewish members of the armed forces here in Miami, Mrs. Jean Raab. acting chairman, in her plea for BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mail received at Jewish Plorldlan post office box. "Huge .amounts" are required | for the absorption of the desti: tute refugee newcomers to PalesI tine, it was declared by Eliezer I Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, in a cable sent to Rabbi James G. Heller. national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. Dr. Israel Goldstein declared that an overwhelming number of liberated Jewry is dominated by the desire to emigrate to Palestine. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, European director of the Joint Distribution Committee, has received a visa to enter Poland where he will survey Jewish needs in order to make more effective the relief program which the J.D.C. conducts in that country. The OSE, organization for child care, health and hygiene among Jews, has renewed its activities in Poland after a forced interruption of several years. A plea for Americans to beware of the seedlings of intolerance, bigotry and greed prevalent in the United States is made by Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, in a signed article in the October issue of the American Magazine Declaring that racial and other antagonisms are the product of environment. Prof. C. W. Hart of the Sociologv Department, University of Toronton, asserted that scientists cannot find any inherent differences between races, "onlv politicians can do that." TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER MUetty eonfidetdial .By PHINEAS J. BIRON. KASHRUTH COMMITTEE MET LAST WEEK At a meeting of the sub-committee on Kashruth of Federation's Committee on Community Needs, held last week, further action was taken to unify the Kashruth supervision in this area. At the meeting at which were representatives of all interested groups, a motion was passed stating: -This committee recommends to the committee on Community Needs that the Union of Orthodox Rabbis be called upon for its services in making a survey of the Kashruth situation and provide recommendations as to unification, if possible, cjf existing Vaads, provided that each Vaad agrees in advance to be bound by the decisions and recommendations of the Agudas Harabonim and that the expense of such an investigation anj recommendations be borne by the Federation." Lenore Janofsky. of 745 7th Street, is vacationing in New York. FLASH Foreign correspondents in Germany apparently lack a, necessary background to properly evaluate political trends occupied zones .... Not one of them commented on the ju varian Government appointed by Col. Charles Neegan of N e York. ... We are reliably informed by Albert Norden, th e p!T tor of "Germany Today" (a newsletter), that this recently m pointed administration in the region that was formerly rlitle preferred stamping ground is composed largely of anti-Semites 5 The Bavarian People's Party's political platform features anti-Semitism. ... It was therefore inexcusable for Col Keeqan to select leaders of that party as keymen of Bavaria's pS war government That kind of "democracy" for Germany h surely not in the spirit of the Potsdam agreement. ... and the very same criticism can be made of the appointment ol Hans Ritter Von Seisser as Munich's Commissioner of Police by the Allied Military Government of that city. ABOUT PERSONS The feud between various Zionist leaders patched up before the London Conference will be renewed in the very neat future. The Jewish Theological Seminary will confer an honorary degree on Mr. A. S. Rosenbach, America's most famous book collector. Franz Werfel, who just died never left the Jewish fold although the Vatican considered him one of its most effective press agents. Pierre van Paassen was just advised that the Mayor of Gorcum, Holland, his home town, has placed a plaque on the house he was born in. The plaque pays tribute to van Paassen as Holland's most illustrious anti-Fascist fighter. PELL-MELL Hats off to Judge J. Cullen of the Federal Court in Philadelphia. The judge refused American citizenship to Frank Martin Eckelman a U-boat commander in World War I because the former German warrior heartily approved of Hitler's persecution of the Jews. Which reminds us that the Philadelphia judge who whitewashed the Philadelphia policemen in the Anmuth case will be asked to resign. ... A committee of clergymen is now studying this miscarriage of justice and is preparing a public statement on it. ... To a reader from Pittsburgh: No we do not know the record of Brig. Gen. A. F. Lorenzec (ret.) and cannot tell you whether his work for "Appreciate America, Inc." is a paid job. Why don't you inquire from the Anti-Defamation League. The rumors that Henry Morgenthau is trying to buy a newspaper and radio station are being circulated by political opponents of the former Secretary of the Treasury. Morgenthau has no ambition in that field. BETWEEN COVERS .... We advise the delegates of Jewish organizations intending to visit Latin America to read Ray (Argentine Diary Josephs' article in the National Jewish Monthly. Josephs has this to say, among other things. "there has been a tendency by Jewish leaders in New York and elsewhere to handle the Jews in Latin America in the same way Latins in general feel Uncle Sam has handled them in the past." Edward Grusd comments that the 600,000 Jews in Latin-America want no Yankee imperialism in inter-American Jewish relationships. Arline Meyer, assistant secretary of the Pan-American Jewish Committee is writing a novel on—Brooklyn. She got the inspiration while in Mexico. The Jewish Black Book issued by the World Jewish Congress, the National Council of Palestine, the Jewish anti-Fascist Committee of Moscow and the American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists is ready lor the printer. Albert Einstein, honorary sponsor of the boo* is represented in the Black Book by an important letter giving his personal views on the Jewish problem. ... Joe Brainuis "War Diary of A Home Fronter" will be published by DM Press more homes in order to accommodate this vast influx of servicemen says: "We cannot fail, we must not fail them." The war is not yet over for these boys. Not only that, but they feel they have been abandoned because of the general apathy which is j now settling among the civilian population. Homes are still urgently needed. The reputation of hospitable Miami is involved. Please call the JWB •High Holy Day Office" 5-5319 immediately in order to help meet the need. CALENDAR Of EVEHTS Sun., Sept. 9: Temple Israel Sisterhood High Holiday Reception, 3 to 6 P.M Mon., Sept. 10: Beth Jacob Hebrew School registration, 4 to 8 P. M. Wed., Sept. 12: National Children's Cardiac Home Board Meeting, 19:30 A. M. J.W.V. WILL MEET Regular meeting of Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewish ^ku 1 ?" 8 0 1 the u S., will be held Monday, Sept. 19, 1945 at 8:15 P. M. at Beth David Auditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Service and ex-servicemen and women are invited to attend.



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenist> fhridUar) PAGE TWENTY-THREE J e w s In Music By PAUL GOLD Though it is not probable it Kin the realm of possibility Lt one night before a glittering fcv at the historic MetroB Opera House in New fork a cast made up predomi%  mlv featured Jewish stars B thrill the Diamond HorseC in Halevy's "La Juive. [For at the rate that Jewish Lfi",J have been distinguishing l£,selves at the Met, it may L tx long before the season is arki-i by nightly appearances ."these lingers. At one time Liy the brief mention of List EJpria d the sum and total of Crish operatic genius in Amer1, lay it has swelled to a Elablc crescendo with such kninuu figures as Leonard Warfen Jan Peerce, Frederick Lecher' Mexander Kipnis, Richard brier Regina Resnik, Mimi enzdi Jennie Tourel, Thelma ijtniiui and Martha Lipton. fcerc are others, too, among the Caxy but they are secondary Cures in this fabulous world of Rgical make believe. |At least two of the men are L strangers to the Jewish comiunitv in New York. For Ru|in Tucker, now Richard TuckX, and Lcchner are still enfcmting congregations as can| Tucker, the most recent Jewto be acclaimed at toe Met, is the cantor at the Eooklyn J< wish Center while fachnei sings at the Central Enagof in Manhattan. Tuckrs tenor career is closely linkto that of Peerce in more Ways than one. Not only did fecrce. too, have a distinct Jewflavor to his early career— |e played for Alexander Olshaetsky's I and on the East Side— ut the two are brother-in-laws nd it was Peerce who urged jucker to become a cantor Irhen the latter was courting Sara IVrlmuth, his sister. I And it was a sardonic twist late that catapulted List to operatic fame. Austrian born and a singer in Germany for many years, List was at the Hippodrome when Europe's first World War broke out in 1914 and he was literally booed off the stage. Bewildered and without friends, he was championed by Roxy and Hugo Risenfeld and soon he was at the Capitol Theatre again enchanting audiences with his rich bass voice. So from vaudeville he soared to fame on Broadway and thence to the Met, and it is a rich source of satisfaction to him that several years ago he was able to turn over 27 medals, most of them given him by German municipalities, to the metal salvage campaign. That was a comparative gesture; List began too, to devote his energy to helping refugees and many of them he set up in business. Today he can be found dividing his time equally between the Met and an unrationed sports shoe enterprise he set up for some of the refugees. But while List has been at the Met since 1933, many new Jewish voices have become heard for the first time in the last year or two. Besides Tucker and Lechner, Regina Resnik. Mimi Benzell, Thelma Altman and Martha Lipton are also newcomers. Resnik and Benzell, native New Yorkers, created a great stir when they were discovered. A dramatic soprano, Regina Resnik graduated from Hunter College only three years ago and after brief training was awarded a SI,000 prize at the Met radio auditions and signed as a star. Her debut in the historic opera house was a story-book, tale. On 24 hours' notice she was called upon to fill the role of Leonora in "II Trovatore" when Zinka Milanov came down suddenly with laryngitis. Unshaken, calm, utterly devoid of trepidation though she had never publicly sung the part before. Resnik performed like a veteran trouper. The acclaim she received "made" her. Where Regina is a dramatic soprano, Benzell is classed as a lyric coloratura and at 21 is one of the youngest of the Cinderellas who have made good. Like Resnik a Hunter College student, only recently did she become interested in singing and it was at a summer theatre in the Catskills, caroling everything from classics to boogie-woogie, that she fully realized her own capabilities. Her father died and the family finances became depleted; working in a department store didn't help much, so she began to sing professionally and soon was engaged at the Rainbow Room. Then followed a Broadway run of "Rosalinda", and the Met, anxious to encourage native talent, came to hear. It wasn't long before she, too, was emblazoned in the lights on Broadway and 39th St. Like Resnik, Warren found himself thrust into fame and fortune in 1943. Lawrence Tibbett became ill one day and Warren replaced him on short notice, as the baritone in "Rigoletto." H i s performance was sparkling and he, too, rose overnight from an understudy to a full-fledged star. His career had Continued on Page 25) SEASON'S GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. SINCLAIR Gas and Oils 626 Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 Happy Neui gear I N wishing you a Happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring. FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated Press—United Press—International News Service Chicago Daily News Foreign Service AP Wirephoto and Wide World Pictures %  \ \ \ 1 \ 1 1 r i L I r ( i It is Our Wish for Everyone Tfeat the New Year Will be a Continuance of Health, Happiness and Prosperity— and a Restoration of Peace and Brotherhood for All Mankind ; : : ; : : \ K 1. HHHK!wiaS0Fin



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jewisli flcridrian PAGE SIXTY-THREE iberculosis Death Rate rh in 15-45 Age Group bcspite the advances that te been made in medical sci,., tuberculosis is still the tef cause of death in the age but) of 15-45. Army induction animations have disclosed it young men who were unla're that they were suffering Li this insidious illness, as improved diagnostic technis such as greater use of Xetc. today with wartime condiiibroad as well as over, e work in war industries here bating even a greater demand tuberculosis care, instituin < for healing the sick have en .subjected to the abnormal nditions of shortages and inbased costs which have arisen from the war. Yet Dr. Philip Hillkowitz, president of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society of Denver, Colorado, was able to report to the 41st Annual Convention in New York City that the JCRS has had good grounds for congratulation for successfully surmounting the difficulties encountered. During the year 380 resident patients were treated, of whom approximately three-quarters were either semiambulant or bed patients. Inaddition, 2,679 examinations and treatments were given in the Out-Patient Department. Although 76 per cent of the admissions were far advanced, it is noted that the mortality rate for the past year was only 4.47 per cent. The patients, who came from 77 communities in 27 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, the Dutch West Indies, Jamaica, and the Panama Canal Zone, do not pay for their upkeep and care. The entire cost of the nonsectarian JCRS Sanatorium is entirely maintained by support of auxiliaries, federations, and the voluntary donations of individuals. Mrs. Jack L. Levey is president of the Greater Miami Auxiliary, which is affiliated with the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. THEY SAID LAST WEEK Byron Price, Director of Censorship, speaking over the radio: "I should like to speak of only one of our war aims—the preserjMtion of freedom of expression, a freedom which has been bequeathed as an American heritage from generation to generation. If the war had cost us this freedom, or any measure of it. the victory would be a victory in name only. As it is, the radio and the press throughout the United States are now assured of emerging from the great crisis as free as they were before the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor. During the intervening three years and eight months, both broadcasters ana editors have voluntarily withheld information which would have helped the Germans and the Japanese to defeat us; but even these restraints — self-imposed and loyally upheld — were removed August 15 when the Office of Censorship ceased performing all its wartime activities. The record is a bright page in the history of free enterprise." You can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! The Jewish Center and The Veteran (Continued from Page 62) being recognized not only in this country but in other countries as well. "The initial steps for establishment of a federation of YMHA's and Jewish Centers of various countries have already been taken. Such an organization will undoubtedly aid the Center movement to give much leadership to the forces of Jewish culture and understanding." The Jewish center horizon is as vast and bright as the future. Proper understanding of the needs of the Jewish community can build the center movement into an expression of the desire for cooperation and progress in Jewish life. This is the challenge. To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year // At. and Mrs Moses Pallot and Family ITish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR r. and Mrs. Louis E. Peckerman and Daughter IV.' 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p PAGE THIRTY-FOUR Jewish Heridian FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 fr •/ieiiw Under The World Security Charter By DR. MAURICE L. PERLZWEIG (Head of the Political Department of the World Jewish Congress) Adoption of a Charter for the United Nations marks a turning point in the history of humanity. Unlike the League of Nations, the new organization is based on the union of power and responsibility. That is the simple and sufficient justification of the so-called veto power. In spite of some obvious imperfections, the new charter is not undemocratic in spirit and quality. To give Luxembourg, with a population of 300,000, the same representation and responsibility as the United States with a population of 135.000,000 would be less and not more democratic, even as it would be less and not more realistic. Under the system which lias now been adopted, the countries which have made %  the greatest sacrifices will carry the greatest responsibility in the j effort to avert further wars. A sound and common-sense principle of organization has j been adopted which at the prosi ent time, forms the basis of mankind's best hope for a warless world. But the machinery which has been established will not fulfill its functions unless those who operate it do so in the right spirit. The promise implicit in the Charter can only be fulfilled by the united action of the great powers. In the Held of human rights there is even more premise and less fulfillment than in the sphere of international security. Enthusiastic orators and writers during the past few weeks have grossly exaggerated the achievement of San Francisco in the sphere of human rights. It is no service to the cause of humanity to circulate inspired fictions, which can only lead to disillusionment and cynicism when they are inevitably exposed. The brutal fact is that no single human of any kind is either guaranteed or protected by the provisions of the Charter. That was not an oversight. Representatives of minority groups urged that a least the most elementary rights should be made a condition of membership in the United Nations. But this view was deliberately rejected by the leaders of the governments who. for one reason or another, felt that it was premature to adopt anything like an International Bill of Rights at this conference. The most that they were prepared to do was to put on the new organization the obligation "to encourage respect for'' huj man rights. That is a very dif; ferent thing from undertaking to guarantee or to protect human | rights In this field, the new organization is authorized to | preach against sin, but is not | given the legal right to restrain the sinner. The claim has been made, and unfortunately, by certain Jewish spokesmen, that henceforth no country will be able to put forward the plea that an attempt to ensure equal rights to all of its inhabitants is interference in its internal affairs. Unhappily, the exact contrary is true. In the most explicit terms, the new organization is precluded from taking up any matters which any country considers to come essentially within the sphere of its domestic Jurisdiction. In this respect, the Charter marks a deterioration from the position taken up in the Dumbarton Oaks proposals. Under these proposals, the subjects excluded from the purview of the organization are those which are described as being '-solely and not "essentially within the fiold of domestic jurisdiction; ami under the Dumbarton Oaks proposals the definition pf domestic jurisdiction was that ot international law, while under the charter this definition has been abandoned. In short, the right of every country to be the judge in its cause in respect to human rights is carefully preserved. 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FRIDA y, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 ASSEMBLY TO DECIDE ON BUDGETMATTERS N cw York (WNS)-With the lifting of ODT travel restrictions the 265 Jewish federations, welfare funds and community councils, members of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds wilL-decide on the establishment of a national advisory budgeting service at the 1946 General Assembly of the Council instead of through a mail referendum. The executive committee of the council decided to postpone the mail referendum for the prl S( nt since it appears probablv that the previously agreed updn method of assembly action will be possible early in 1946. In reporting to the board meeting. Mr. Blaustein stated that th( proposed service to be fully effective should have the cooperation of both the local Jewish welfare funds and the natii nal and overseas agencies they support. It is believed that such cooperation would benefit national and overseas agencies as well ;is local welfare funds, and it is hoped that the few agencies which have not yet *Jewisfirk>r£drifojn PAGE THREE been won over, will be persuaded once they recognize the real sentiments of the local communities, Mr. Blaustein declared. He added that the proposal will be presented objectively and he expressed the hope that the few opponents would not prejudge the issue but would permit their local adherents to decide the question on the basis of the needs of their communities. "After the member agencies of the Council have an opportunity to consider the proposal in relation to the interest of the organized local community, there will be ample time to discuss with the national and overseas agencies the questions that may I arise in the working out of a mutually beneficial procedure %  on advisory budgeting," Mr. Blaustein pointed out. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose. | 1400 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, will return this week aft|er spending two months travelling in the north. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bronston, 535 W. 30th Street, Miami Beach, will return this week-end from the north where they have been since the middle of July. THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS of the JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED OF GREATER MIAMI Extend greetings on the New Year and thank their many friends and supporters for their fine cooperation CARDIAC HOME BOARD TO HOLD MEETING Dade Chapter, National Children s Cardiac Home, will hold Its first board meeting of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 12, at the Y.M. & W.II.A. Lincoln Koad, Miami Beach, at 10:30 A. M. Plans for the coming season will be discussed. Board members are urged to attend. Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president of Dade Chapter will preside. IWV POST ELECTED OFFICERS FOR YEAR At the last meeting on Aug. 27, the Miami Beach Post of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, No. 330 elected the following officers: former Capt. E. Max Goldstein, commander; former Major Maurice O. Orovitz, senior vice-commander: living M. Ellis, junior vice-commander; Dr. Leonard L. Weil, surgeon: Samuel A. Rivkind. judge advocate. T*ie Post also appointed the following officers: Jack Tobin, quartermaster; Joseph Rose, adjutant; Maurice Abelson. officer of the day; Archie Brick, historian, and Harry Cooper, liaison officer. The Post has arranged for its first project, that of supervising on Sunday the Cabana Club for servicemen, a project of the JWB. 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His daughter Carol is also at home after six weeks spent visiting friends in Long Island and Philadelphia. While in the north she visited her brother, Harold Tannen, now of New York, who formerly was a Miami attorney. Carol will enter the University of Miami this fall to study journalism. Her sister, Mrs. Edward Peyser, formerly Belle Tannen, leaves Friday for Philadelphia, accompanied by her daughter Sandra. They expect to spend two months in that city. BRONSTON HEADS JUDAISM CHAPTER Mr. and Mrs. I. Vogel left this week for New York where they will spend a month with their daughter and son-in-law, who are expecting a visit from the stork. Mrs. Vogel is second vicepresident of the Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. Benjamin E. Bronston of Miami Beach was elected president of the South Florida chapter of the American Council for Judaism at an organization meeting last Thursday night at the Strand restaurant, Miami Beach. Bronston is a past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Arthur S. Kahn was named vice president: Harry Boyell, secretary: Henry Hirsh. treasurer, and Herbert U. Feibelman, chairman of the program committee. Feibelman, speaking on the scope of the organization, said that the council is a nat.onal organization, of which Lessing J. Rosenwald is president. The national president and Kabbi ElI mer Berger, director, will be invoted to address a public meetI ing to be held in Miami in NoI \ ember, under auspices of the council, which also announced that another South Florida capter session will be held next month. At the meeting Thursday, Rabbi Carl N. Herman was the principal speaker and discussed the basic principles of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have returned to the city after visiting in the Carolinas. As You Are As you were ... a merry two-year-old", when Tooley-Myron captured the mischievous "pixie" quality of your personality. 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PAGE FIFTY-SIX JewishfluMian NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM GEN. MacARTHUR Manila (JTA)—Gen. Douglas MacArthur, supremo commander of the Allied forces in Japan has issued the following message of greetings to Jews on the occasion of Rosh Hashonah. "The Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur, with their emphasis on the judgment of the Lord and man's need of penitence, are important observances in this year when destruction and devastation have reached such great proportions. "Victor and vanquished alike stand under the judgment of Almighty God. Efforts and sacrifices of these years find justification in a bright new world, and men everywhere must pause in humility and prayer before God. "Your ancient traditional High Holy Days are to all men a worthy reminder of him whose goodness and merely extend to all mankind."' NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM PRESIDENT TRUMAN Washington (JTA)— President Truman has issued a RoshHashona statement through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reading as follows: "I extend to all my fellow Americans of Jewish faith my hearty congratulations and best wishes for New Year's day. "The enemies of civilization who would have destroyed completely all freedom of religion have been defeated. All faiths unite in thanksgiving to Almighty God on our victory over the forces of evil. "Let us now all join to create the kind of peace settlement which will keep alive freedom of religious beliefs all over the world, and prevent the recurrence of all this misery and destruction. That is the mos, fitting memorial we can erect to those who have fought and suffered and labored and died in this struggle to preserve decency for mankind." Sincere Beet Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Wholesale Grocery Co. 834 First Street Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM SECRETARY ICKES Washingon (JTA) — Secretary of Interior. Harold L. Ickcs, issued through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency a message of greetings to the Jews ot the United States which reads: "Slowly the ethical forces of the world are taking hold ot the gigantic problem of rebuilding Europe. In the year now drawing to a close the great enemy of the United Nations and of civilization in Europe, was crushed. The physical evidence of its death struggle is found in the rubble of its cities. The physical reconstruction is a relativey easy technical problem, but the moral and ethical reconstruction is a relatively easy technical problem, but the moral and ethical reconstruction of the defeated and cowed enemy is a much more complex and difficult one. "The end of the war in Europe has brought an end to horrible devastation, and it has also brought an end to the'sadistic torture of Jews and others. To that extent, the plight of Jewry in Germany and occupied countries has improved. Further damage has been stopped and an opportunity is present for rehabilitation to set in. I hope that the year 5706 will bring great strides of progress in this rebuilding. "To my fellow citizens of the Jewish faith in the United States. I extend greetings on the advem of the New Year. I express the hope that in our own land we will continue with strength and courage on the true path of democratic action, and that significant progress will be made in reestablishing the dispersed peoples of Europe." Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLOVER CLUB Famous Hickory House Cuisine 118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR K. BURNS & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street PHONE 3-6154 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ii! 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PAGE THIRTY-SIX *Jewistncrktlar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 i. fi Planning Jewish Community Organization (Continued from Page 33) termediate sized communities showed increases over 1943 records by 19.4 per cent. Intermediate sized communities showed increases over 1943 of from 32.3 per cent to 36.6 per cent. A somewhat higher increase—43.4 per cent was reported by many small communities which had raised less than $10,000 in previous years. That the same pattern of greatly increased fund raising will prevail during 1945 seems likely on the basis of Spring campaign reports. The gravity of the needs and the availability of funds have combined to place a greater obligation upon communities for planning wisely their expenditures. This has called for more intelligent budgeting, better organization, involvement of a greater spread of community representatives on budget committees, and more information and better use of it, including a more careful analysis of the needs and expenditure of beneficiary agencies. In this area the budget services of the Council are helping to improve local practices. This area of interest has become so intense that this year the Council's board of directors approved in principle a report favoring national advisory budgeting/subject to the acceptance of such a program by its member agencies. The program, it adopted, would provide for review by a representative national committee of the budget* of national and overseas agencies and would report the findings to the member agencies as a guide in distributing the fund* raised by each community. It is worthy of mention that the Council came into existence st one year before the holocaust in Europe, whi ch cuhminated in World War II, began to take shape in Berlin. The Council at its pre-organization meeting that year acted under the pressure of the economic depression which threatened a weakening and even the collapse of private social agencies. The original membership of 19 communities realized then that joint planning to avoid this calamity was essential and created the Council as an organization for this purpose. The tangible accomplishments of American Jewish communities in the fields of social planning and in raising maximum funds to stem the tide of suffering overseas bear out the validity of such a central organization. As a result of this joint thinking and exchange of experiences and ideas, the Jewish communities have been able to keep abreast of their social needs. Evidence of this can be found in the functional services where the trend in 1945. as in the entire war period, has been to cover a broad area of community needs. With high war-time incomes, full employment, and increasing use of hospital group insurance plans, the need for economic assistance has been greaty diminished. However, to encourage families of moderate means to apply to case work agencies to solve personal and family adjustment problems a non-profit fee charging service began thiee years ago by the New York Social Service Association, now has been adopted SEASONS BEST WISHES TO ALL HI DR. L. F. BLALOCK DENTIST Congress Building Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Nurseries 4298 Chase Avenue Miami Beach bv agencies in other cities. In child care, 1945 saw continuation of the tend from institutional to foster home care, a pracice which has been held back only by the war-time general housing shortage plus the entrance of more women in industry. Increasing longevity and lower birth rates is directing the thinking and planning of social agencies to giving greater attention to the problems and needs of the aged and chronic ill. This is taking shape in advanced types of foster homes hospital, medical, institutional and case work services lor the aged, coordinated in a community pattern. Considerable interest was evidenced in 1945 in gearing community services to meet the needs of returning veterans. While the number who have returned from service is still limited, it is anticipated that the needs will increase with demobilization. Services to supplement governmental and other general provisions available to the veteran have been recognized as a responsibility of the Jewish community, and Jewish agencies are participating in general veterans information and service centers which have been established in many cities in order to direct the veterans to the agencies competent to serve him. Many communities have Deeun to make comprehensive surveys of their Jewish educational facilities, and to make definite recommendations regarding organization, facilities and teacher training for both elementary and adult groups. Also on the increase were the number of cities which have developed local public relations services to improve group relationships and thereby lessen the dangers of anti-Semitism. The trend towards reorganizing community structures was (Continued on Page 40) NEW YEAR GREETINGS lil Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY NEW YEAR GREETINGS SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 1011 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 2-9998 Best Wishes for a Happy. New Year Chas. M. Tcmnenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Magic City Transfer COMPANY 901 N. W. 5th Avenue Phone 2-4072 BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. EDWARD ROTH AND FAMILY III THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES RAY'S PAINT and BODY SHOP 168 N. W. First Street PHONE 3-7624 £ SEASONS GREETINGS Automobile and Home Radio Repair Buy and Sell Used Radios Complete Line FARM BATTERY SETS Bring In for Free Estimate TRAIL PQKTIKC 1305 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-2113 i u NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS P. A. AUSLEY 66 N. W. 4th Street Greeting* To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons VARSITY CLEANERS 208-10 Alhambra Circle Phone 4-6602 CORAL GABLES To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy New Year MINNA LEE YOUNG COLONY SHOP 603 LINCOLN ROAD y Also Visit the BIG BROTHER SHOP WILSON'S YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 557 LINCOLN ROAD TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES BERNI HOTEL O. FISCHER, Mgr. 204 Biscoyne Blvd. MIAMI. FLORIDA Best Wishes For A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR


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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT *JewistFhridiar) The Jewish Quiz Box nu PAY L Sgrgy n (Continued from Page 35) horn was blown. This instrument seems to be the oldest wind instrument known to humanity. The reasons for blowing the Shofar seems to be numerous as well as varied in the different phases of human experience. The Bible (Penteteuch) refers to the blowing of the Shofar as a reminder to God of his people's welfare. Either on the basis of this reference or as an outgrowth of thought and experience many other significances were attributed to the ceremony. Generally speaking they fall into three main categories. Their purposes may be classified as historical, mystical and psychological. A journey through history will reveal that the Shofar seemed to usher in historical events. The birth of the universe is said to have been heralded by the Shofar. The "giving of the Torah" on Mount Sinai was accompanied by the blowing of the trumphets. as was the fall of the Wall of Jericho and many other memorable events. The Shofar was ordained to remind us of the "Binding of Isaac" says the Talmud and that is why a ram's horn is used. It was a ram that was finally substituted for the body of Isaac upon the Altar. Even the future is brought into Hie picture by the authorities in discussing the meaning of the sounding of the Shofar. It is said that the coming of the Messiah who will redeem all mankind will be introduced by the •Shofar" Shel Mosheach' (the Shofar of Messiah.) Thus, the Shofar symbolizes both the past records of history as well as the anticipated events of the future. Many writers have linked the Shofar with the overcoming of the Satan who seeks to prosecute man before the divine Tribunal of the Almighty. One of the reasons given for blowing the Shofar during the entire month of Elul, is that an attempt is made to confuse Satan into bewilderment so that he shall not know the exact day of Judgment. Some writers have associated this idea with the custom of blowing horns on the Gentile New Year. The radical scholars reduce the entire matter to a primitive custom of scaring the devils away from harming mankind. It remains a fact though, that some sort of mysticism was attached to it even by the most orthodox of scholars. This is not strange indeed. Rabbinic literature has many a time appended "the folds of learning" with mystical representations. It should, however, be brought to mind that they didn't intend to leave the subject hanging in the clouds of mysticism: but rather used the mystical horizon for the decorative beauty of our observances. The practical note on the subject seems to have been sounded by the manv serious-minded TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO. 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE X8-2702 commentators who look upon the Shofar as the symbol of reawakening the human being into serious introspection for his own benefit. Psychologically, every man is in need of such stimuli to spur him into various paths of action. Taken at its face value there is nothing as stimulating to the human soul as the hushful silence and awe that overtakes the congregation while listening to the blowing of the Shofar, each man is thus left to react to his own arising thoughts. Music has long been recognized as an invaluable stimulant especially to a crowd. The Shofar, then, seems to have been aptly fitted to serve this end in the most sacred of days when we seek to arouse humanity to repentance. Maimondies has remained unequaled in the presentation of this thought when he attributed the following words to the voice of the Shofar: "Awake, ye sleepers, and ponder over your deeds; remember your Creator and go back to him in penitence. Be not of those who miss realities in their pursuit of shadows and waste their years in seeking after vain things which cannot profit or deliver. Look well to your souls and consider your acts; forsake each of you his evil ways and thoughts and return to God so that he may have mercy upon you." We see then, the simple Shofar wound-up inextricably with the totality of our past, the relevancy of our present and the promise of our future. Wishing a Happy and Prosperous New Year to Our Many Jewish Friends $ Florida National Bank and Trust Company At Miami L. A. USINA, President Alfred I. duPont Building East Flagler Street at Second'Avenue DR. and MRS. MAX PEPPER and FAMILY Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to All Their Relatives and Friends TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR IIIUi 2030 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 3-5361 HAPPY NEW YEAR and May The New Year Bring Everlasting Peace The World Over 4JJ MITCHELL BRAUNSTEIN "Big Moe" MOSES BRAUNSTEIN "Little Moe" Happy New Year MOE'S RUBBER WASTE SCRAP RUBBER 3336 N. W. North River Drive Phone 8-1704 Miami Florida WITH ZION'S GREETINGS ... the wish for all our members and supporters of our worthy cause A HAPPY NEW YEAR and the fulfilment of our prayers for the Redemption of our Holy Land MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST !T BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON W. GARDNER and FAXnv BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PROCTOR & SON BODY WORKS 3388 Douglas Road — Phone 4-9469 Expert Auto Painting — Wrecks Rebuilt Pre-war Paint — Reasonable Prices HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS Allied Liquor Distributors 26 N. E. 7th STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD 259 North West Fourth Street Miami, Florida TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FOOSCO ELECTRIC SERVICE BUY — SELL — TRADE Radios—Electrical Appliances 411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS: NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS THE LEAR SCHOOL RE-OPENS OCTOBER FIRST First Grade Thru High School — Co-Ed Boarding Day School Afternoon Recreation and Swimming Large Private Pool on Premises 1010 West Avenue — Miami Beach — Phone 5-0606 IDA R. LEAR. Director TO ALL OUR PATRONS and FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR PLANTATION BAR 1360 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 3-3096 — Mr. and Mrs. David Rosoer AND FAMILY WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A Very Happy New Year n j AND STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM 1144 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH 0 OPENING ABOUT NOVEMBER 15TH



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PAGE THIRTY 9 Jenistncridlian \ > I Jews On Broadway By PAUL GOULD Copyright, 1945, by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inc. Historians of stage and radio concerned with the flourishing of the seven arts have long since ceased despairing of the future of the world of entertainment. To their minds there is no longer even the -shadow of doubt but that fresh and vigorous talent will spring up regularly to lend body and substance to culture — if for no reason other than the emergence of the Jew on Broadway. Consider, for example. Leonard Bernstein, a New Englandborn Jew, whose remarkable career in the classical sphere of music was underlined by his smashing success in the distinctly electic field of musical comedy. His bright and lilting notes in "On the Town" have been hailed by the critics as one of the finest scores in American stage history and mesh snugly with such distinguished predecessors as Jerome Kern. Gershwin, Sigmund Romberg, Irving Berlin, Rudolph Friml and Richard Rodgers, to name a few preeminent Jewish composers. Bernstein had previously won fame as assistant conductor of the Philharmonic Symphony of New York. They are only two of an important group whose works have become synonomous with creative art on a lofty plane. In a year when Clifford Odets. Lillian Hellman, Elmer Rice and Irwin Shaw—staunch anti-fascist To All Our Patrons and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. Represented by R. J. WAINWRIGHT 610 American Bank Building PHONE 20646 propagandists all—were not represented by anything new in the theatre, Edward Chodorov contributed a moving drama, "Common Ground." Unfortunately it this can be attributed to the this can be attributed to he slump in interest in a subject that was being handled on he battlefield by men in arms. Perhaps, it is significant that | the Jew has lent his weight to making the world a bit happier. In a period when his plight in the most sparkling stage productions in America were presented by Jews. "On the Town, it might be noted, was fated to be a smash hit not onlv because of Bernstein but because of his Jewish collaborator Jerome Robbins, whose choreography was widely acclaimed in a jovial story about two sailors on shore leave who seek "Miss Subway," a beautous lass. Meanwhile, two other musical comedies were likewise receiving rave notices and were similarly the work of Jews. "Up in Central Park" was the joint effort of two of Lew Fields' children and "Carousel" was wrought by the same superb artisans who gave "Oklahoma" to America. Lew Fields, of course, was half of the stage partnership of Weber and Fields and when he died BEST WISHES FOR A VICTORIOUS AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR TO ALL HOTEL SHELDON 227 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-1881 TO ALL—SEASON'S BEST WISHES "City Ice" serves the iood industry in on untold number of ways. From farm to table, food depends on ICE. 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The first's instincts gravitated towards pure comedy and he collaborated on "My Sister Eileen" and "Junior Miss." Herbert and Dorothy, however, decided to carry on jointly after each had become well established with other partners. Herbert had written the book for "Hit the Deck," "Fifty Million Frenchmen," "Du Barry Was A Lady," and "Panama Hattie," while Dorothy had helped shape "Connecticut Yankee" and "Present Arms." Together they had turned out "Let's Face It," and this year's smash, "Up In Central Park." Sigmund Romberg. wrote the music, Dorothy the lyrics and she and her brother the book. While "Oklahoma" was indefatigabiy carrying on, the team of Rodgers Hammerstein burst on Broadway with another show, "Carousel", the Americanized musical version of "Liliom." It may not run as long as "Oklahoma" but to those who were seeking new entertainment, it was a delight and a charm. It won the Donaldson Award as the "best musical of the season." The Rodgers-Hammerstein pair also presented "I Remember Mama," a riotous comedy, this season. Another light and refreshing play—this time straight comedy where he wri^^ staged "Dear Ruth'\ r Br £>> They are, of mursp M Kras l and his brother Bernafr,!^ Play about a farce ^i ] 1 '• fated to produce a rebSL? 1 joyable evening in the h Possibly becaust so aw* i expected of him, Grower? J man's 1945 work—"Lii aut Pinafore"-was 3 J ft* the excellent .standar^iS other works, but it newrtfcl was skilled, ingenious SSS ment, a musical_ comedyT3 (Continued on Page 31) A HAPPY NEW YEAH h i-t o ne COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 736 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 3-5822 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THIRTY-SIXTH STREET POULTRY MARKET 650 N. W. 36th STREET PHONE 3-8860 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Venetian Shortway Sedan Service 1133 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3800 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SCHIFF'S MARKET MR. and MRS. I. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *Jenisti fhrtdtan PAGE NINETEEN The Year In Washington (Continued from Page 18) organizations for the United Nations Conference at San Francisco were painstaking. Representatives of two Jewish organization were among the 42 consultants appointed to that conference and distinguished themselves botli in fighting for the status of Palestine and in breaking ground for the new world biH ot human rights there adopt,,! jn principle. The services of these consultants were recognized when one of them, Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, was chosen to take part in an official State Department broadcast from San Francisco on the subject of human rights.Tlii' services of Jewish organizations to the war effort were ubject of various and repeated commendations, from the Red Cross, the Treasury and the War and Navy Departments. Th p ZOA received a Treasury citation for selling $65,000,000 war bonds within one month of war l"'iid campaign, and Dr. Israel Goldstein pointed out that 12,000 of its members were serving m the armed forces. Through its newly appointed chairman Basil O'Connor, the Red Cross expressed appreciation of the work clone for it by Jewish organizations, ,1 A ish organizations were insisti nt that punishment should be meted out to Axis war criminals. They followed closely the controversy which arose when Herbert C. Pell, American representative on the War Crimes Commission in London, returned to this country and charged that preparation of the war crimes cases was being delayed and obstructed. They welcomed the return of Supreme VTO 11 1 1 J ustice Robert Jackson USA War Crimes Prosecutor, and his assurance that all Nazi crimes beginning with those committed from 1933 on, against Jews in Germany as well as elsewhere, would be judged and punished by an international tribunal. Jewish organizations were active in preparing for the postwar period and laid before the President memoranda setting forth plans for human salvage! maintenance of rights and Jewish participation in a world order. Among the Jewish personalities in Washington during the year were: Chaplain Rabbi Alexander D. Goode, of Washington, D. C, who laid > down his life together with three other chaplains, giving up their lifebelts on a sinking troop transport that others might live. He received the posthumous award of the Distinguished Service Cross. Major General Maurice Rose, killed in Germany, commander of the Third Armored Division, first to enter Cologne. Representative Sol Bloom of New York, chairman of the powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee, who celebrated his 75th birthday. Captain Lewis L. Straus, of the Navy, awarded the Legion of Merit for outstanding services. Brigadier General Julius Ochs Adler, of the Army, awarded the | Legion of Merit. Economist Robert R. Nathan, who with two associates, went to Palestine to make an economic survey of the land. The year bequeathed one big issue to the 79th Congress, in which there were eight as against seven Jewish members in the 78th. That was the Fair Employment Practices Commission bill. The forces sponsoring that measure prepared, despite obstruction and misrepresentation in Congress, to push it toward enactment and in this they had the backing of President Truman. All in all, a year of tremendous problems looming ahead, but with th 0 immense relief and hope that came with V-E day and far reaching plans for the crushing of the German military machine, for the salvaging of Jewish populations which survived the war in Europe, and the basic guarantees of human rights to be embodied in the world charter. HAPPY NEW YEAR THE C. 10. KISTLER COMPANY CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 2-5254 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH SEASONS GREETINGS ACE RUG CLEANERS 53 S. W. River Drive PHONE 9-1155 SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS &i


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 *JewlsMcridian PAGE FIFTEEN The Cantor-An Artist and Business Man (Continued from Page 14) Leanizations as central referral I enures for the employment of Erion. More difficult to con|, ea i is the annual mushrooming IS'hundreds of halls and stores IS-heli are converted to synagogues for the High Holydays. I While a few congregations hire laddiiiunal .space for their pver|Cworshippers, the majority lif these -quickie" establishments lare simply commercial ventures. Ivrequently, halls are hired by Knprofessional cantors or by In her individuals for the exclusive purposes of making a quick %  dollar These practices lend htItle credit to the structure and Kfganization of American Jewlish communal life. Fcuriously, the chaotic and %  largely unprofessional state of %  the cantorate stems in part from Ithe democratic Jewish tradition Iwhich permit any worthy, comloetent lavman to lead religious Krvices. This practice still reImains in the services conducted %  daily in orthodox synagogues. |The custom is based on the bellief that Jews need no interImcdiarv to present their petitions to God. Originally, each Iperson uttered his own original %  prayers. Gradually, prayers be Icanie fixed and it was found %  that it added to the decorum and %  beauty of service to have a %  qualified person render the Erayers, Historically, the position of Ithe cantor, commonly known as %  hazzan. has had an interesting %  development. In Talmudic literature where he is first mentioned his functions appear to have been quite different from those characterizing his professional duties today. Among the duties of the hazzan in ancient times was announcing in court that sessions were to begin, similar to that of a court crier. In addition, he administered judgement on the condemned (Mak 3:12). In the Temple, he supervised the treasures and served as valet to the priests. He was also responsible for preparing them for the regular weekly Scriptural reading. He also announced the beginning of the Sabbath and holydays by blowing the Shofar from the roof of the synagogue. Additional duties were attending to the synagogue lamps, teaching the children to read or acting as assistant to the teacher. At the request of the congregation he might read aloud from the Torah. In early Talmudic times it was not unusual for one person to serve as judge, preacher, teacher as well as hazzan. A similar situatitn prevails todav among small Jewish communities in the U. S. Beginning about the Ninth Century, the duties of the hazzan changed somewhat. He recited the prayers, read the Torah and blew the Shofar. (Today, these functions arc commonly performed by separate persons.) Occasionally, he also acted as secretary to the congregation. In time, the custom arose of having him assisted by a male choir. Female voices BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2-5960 were forbidden since hearing a female voice might evoke immoral thoughts. Frequently, hazzanim recited their own religious poetic compositions known as Piyyutim some of which eventually became part of the liturgy. In the 16th Century, one Moses Mintz at the request of his community, drew up rules of behavior and qualifications for a hazzan. He was expected to be blameless in character, humble, married or at least have attained his puberty, possess a pleasant voice, be able to read easily and understand all the books of the Holy Scriptures, be the first to enter and the last to leave the synagogue and strive to attain the highest degree of fervor in his prayers. In addition, he was expected to dress neatly, wear a long upper garment and knee breeches. He should not look about him nor move his hands restlessly, but should keep them folded under his mantle. The position the hazzan occupied in the community varied. In the early Middle Ages he was generally highly respected. In some communities however, frequent complaints were made against him. Sometimes, objection was taken to his introduction of foreign melodies in the service. At other times, it was his vanity which led him to unduly prolong single notes. Occasionally his morals were unA MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KOCH & PRACHEL AUTO BODY BUILDERS 2253 N. W. 1st STREET PHONE 9-2341 TO ALL WE WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR ELBOW ROOM RESTAURANT 2051 EVERGLADES CONCOURSE Phone 6-9136 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BISCAYNE FRUIT & VEGETABLE CO. 316 West Flaqler Street PHONE 2-9671 y& HAPPY NEW YEAR COMPLIMENTS DALLAS PARK HOTEL 111 S. E. 3rd STREET NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEFKOVE & MEYERS 109 S. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-1637 <;RKI:TIN<;S Mr. and Mrs. [WAO JAboulafl:i and Family of BUEN A Furniture VISTA Exchange 3628 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2016 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. GEORGE I. 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HAPPY NEW YEAR Carpet and Upholstery GLEANING MOTH PROOFING DEODORIZING and MILDEW PROOFING Ruas Processed On Floor Dry In 3 Hours—No Shrinkage An Exclusive Process Not Shampooing A T R SERVICE CO. 66 N. E. 50th Terrace Phone 78-1961 der suspicion. Some of the elders objected to his incorrect pronunciation of Hebrew or to his prolongation of the services which exhausted the congregation. The choir, too, came in for censure, for talking and quarreling with the hazzan durng the services. In modern times, services became abridged and modernized. Synagogue music was recorded in modern notation and harmonized. Outstanding cantors of modern times were Solofan Sulzer, regarded as the father of the modern cantorate, Naumbourg of Paris, Lewandowski, of Berlin and Roitman. Today American cantors have been Josef Rosenblatt, Hershman and j Roitman. Today a number of cantors are serving in the army as assistant chaplains and in other capacities. 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PAGE SIXTY fjenisii flcridltori FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER JWB Organized To Assist Discharged Service Men (Continued from Page 59) all man corncharge. Contacts with neighbors, participation in local affairs, the responsibilities and privileges of "belonging' help the returned fighting to find his place in the munity. Jewish Centers, besides participating in Veterans Service Committee activities, can offer additional services. Social and recreational programs, adult education, health and physical education, while suitable for the entire membership of the center, have certain special values for the veteran. "Attitude education," primarily intended to prepare the civilian to understand and work sympathetically with veterans, is a double-edged weapon when presented to the ex-soldier. He g< nerally realizes the changes that have taken place in IKS community, and why they have occurred. Instead of being a source ''I disappointment or displeasure to him. differences that have appeared while he was away beet me a challenge to Ins desire to work for a better environment. Patients in veterans' hospitals have their own plane in Veterans' Service. Seventy-eight hospitals are served by a staff ol lull-.ind part-time workers. Rab : whom are on tlu' st.iii. : >ay, upon recommendation !"• JWB, be appointed as civil:..:. Jewish chaplains by the Veterans ation, Beside \ isits, listi ition of comnd aid in person.,1 pro: part of the hOS::. Devotional liter.il.;: e is i d, and • %  : observance of Jew i services provided -.,, mmittees and Jewish |i two pul lications, Vet< : ins S< :> i Information Bull %  < st releas< on vetei ans ims %  :.. .-.:-..i "Guidance Notes," a program guide for Jewish centers. A survey of veterans' programs being conducted by JWB includes experiences of Jewish community centers and the reactions of veterans to Jewish center programs, with the object of strengthening the Jewish center veterans' program. With the number of men discharged increasing daily, a complete and effective plan of assistance to them is of paramount importance in the JWB scheme Many veterans have already been served, and expanding facilities will be ready for those who need and desire JWB aid. THEY SAID THIS WEEK Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, the President's Chief of Staff: "We have assumed heavy world responsibilities that must' be discharged. Our true strength is in the power of our purposes j and of our way of life. This was the secret weapon which really destroyed Hitler and Japan. From our basic virtues as a i freedom-loving nation came the strength which beat back the | aggressors. And that strength is the natural possession of all right-minded people throughout the world. From a unity of all the people for the purposes of peace and from the dignity of man will come a continuing er to maintain peace in the world and heal the wounds this war has inflicted. We must not falter in the duties and responsibilities which still remain to | in making secure our victory. To fail in this would be to deny the glory ol those who died and : red in winning this war." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen ol the ANNEX HOTEL Wish all Jheir friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR H. Diamond and Family Diamond Wholesale Produce 1045 Michigan Avenue Wish Then Fi i< A HA1 Y N'EW YEAR JENNIE GARSSON and SELMA LEVY of the Monogram Center Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASONS GREETINGS Willingham Grocery and Service Station 1540 S. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 4-9270 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LISS EQUIPMENT Machinery 132 N. 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I PAGE FIFTY-TWO fJenisti F/cridian FRIDAY, SEPTEM BER %  ROSH HASHANA AND THE SYNAGOGUE By JUILUS L. WEIL Many aspects of the significance of Rosh Hashonah have been presented to the Jewish reading public. It is well, however, it we consider one view which may nun out to be less pleasan* than any other because it focuses the spotlight on a condition which is worsening instead of improving. Rosh Hashonah is the time when tlio Jew suddenly realizes Ins ties to the synagogue. The role this ancient institution has played in Jewish life ever since its very inception should be familiar to every Jew acquainted with the history of his people The Beth Hakneseth, as the synagogue is called in Hebrew. the House Of Assembly, has throughout the generations been the focal point of Jewish life. The gatherings of the Jews in the earliest times of our history took place in the dessert to listen to the Heavenly commands. Moses assembled the children of Israel thereby creating a signpost foi times to come that Jewish effectiveness is only in unison and assembly, not in divisiveness or separation. These assemblies made the Jew conscious again and again of his complete alliance and adherence to the Almighty. As the times progressed, the assemblies in the '. Bote Kenesioth were the spiritual injection.'from which the Jew derived new strength for I his life amidst a world of enemies. No wondei that the enemies of the Jews directed the brunt of their wrath ..gainst this institution in Jewish life. The synagogue was tlie first to be plundered and looted always, but unI perturbed by all strokes of fate Which always meant a decimation of the Jews, this ancient people rebuilt their synagogues time and again and brought them back to their destined purpose. ,.. • In our modern times with ai' leged culture, the synagogue has assumed various meanings. On I one hand, it became less and less the house of assembly for the Jews. With the beginning I nf the last century, those who 1 preached and advocated emancipation and assimilation tried to put the synagogue out oi their minds and out of the life of the Jews. We see today the synagogue not the House of God, but a forum for the discussion and cri' ticism of latest books and movies, profanity at its worst. The assimilationists who wanted to do away with the synagogue did. however, away in most cases With themselves. Their next step to baptism was only a very short one. But despite all their efforts they still remained Jews and Hitler's aim was directed against them with the same lury as against their synagogue — true brothers and sisters. The Borry spectacle of synagogues equipped with ail the most modern installations of churches is the most disgracing thing which the Jewish people had to suffer not at the hands of their nemies, but at the hands of Jews. No wonder that a minister in one of America's larger cities spoke of the church-like atmosphere prevailing in a reform synagogue which he stated was much more than the one prevailing in the church itself. If any Jew should think that tins condition only affected the synagogue, he failed to see how much it affected the character of Jewry. The backing and solace which the Jew had derived from the shul was as much nonexistent as the attendance of the Jew at shul. The rabbi had practically nothing else to do but to attend movies for further critical reports, and read the latest best sellers, otherwise his job was jeopardized. and he found himself %  Of; faiths. No wondeMne i e fi nothinu nut ..r .. u '\ ew an ^udiencTVT^U he had to share his nut 1 0f ^ the representative, "M faiths. No u-,..„i„., '_ oth nothing out of thelhuri 01 importance of t h„ "" "* was a good measure CSS the Jews interesi a importance of th c (Continued on Page 53) ON ROSH HASHANA The officers and employees of The First National Bank of Miami take this opportunity to extend greetings to many friends, patrons and business associates upon the annual observance of Rosh Hashana And to advance the sincere hope that this New Year, rich with its long-awaited peace, will see the advent of abundant blessings. 101 E. FLAGLER ST. TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR HIPPODROME BAR PACKAGE GOODS Phone 2-9113 201 E. Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA JOSEPH CERNE. SR., Prop. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shankman and Family North Miami Mattress Co. "SWEET DREAMS" Mattresses Wish All Their Relatives. Customers and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone Golden Beach 2231 CI Miami 4-0918 HAPPY NEW YEA] TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS SINGER'S 714 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-5056 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS S. L. 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)AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1945 Jewish nor/cUan PAGE THIRTY-ONE Jews on Broadway (Continued from Page 30) the Gilbert and Sullivan PHMS. Pinafore." Another inEeterate showman Max GorCnn the producer—had a new Kt on is hand with "The Late Iceors. Apley," a comedy based Ion Joh'i P. Marquands bestIwllini! novel. I A notable performance of hhakespeare's "Tempest served Ito len.l admirable balance to the Khp-ifical fare this year and no CSfcnU. Part of the trilurnph goes to David Diamond. E wrote an original score for %  the Margaret Webster production Wi.ile it is not comparable II' Mendelsohn's famous score Ifor "Midsummer Night's Dream, Ihis music for this Shakespearean Inlav is hound to be hailed in fuIture years. It called for far more Exacting skill and sharper techIriaue than does the writing for la Durclv musical extravaganza. I Similarly, on the radio new [Jewish voices have been heard. MR. and MRS. 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Behind the scenes H i m a n Brown, a young man who hails from Brownsville in Brooklyn, has merited the acclaim of an ace producer and director by virture of his "Inner Sanctum" and "Thin Man" episodes. Often a play is a success primarily because it is well-staged or artistically produced, but this invariably passes unnoticed by the spectator audience in view of the absorption in plot. Brown's work served to underscore the importance of the man behind the throne. The radio has also become pleasantly augmented by several new stars strictly concerned with singing. Among them are Richard Tucker, Robert Merrill and Elaine Malbin. Tucker is the former cantor of the Brooklyn Jewish Center who received a private audition at the Metropolitan Opera Company and was subsequently signed to star in tenor roles. He sang on the "Chicago Opera of the Air" SatC. V. GALARDI 1002 SEYBOLD BLDG. WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EAST COAST BAR 2830 N. 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