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• ; + lewlstfk>rknar> FRIDAY VtMonalfy fyLeafong, Their birthdays just a week i youngest daughter, Barbara apart, Arnold and Elaine AugAnn, left Saturday lor Florida ust, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry August, 720 S. W. 28th rd., celebrated with a joint party Saturday. Thirty guests attended the party, which was in honor of Arnold's eighth and Elaine's third Robert Zane Alpert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, of Miami Beach, has been discharged from the Navy after serving for one and a hall years. He will attend the University ol Miami as a sophomore. He and his parents recently returned from a trip north which took them to Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina David Chaplain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chaplain, 1034 Michigan ave., returned to the University of Florida where he is a third-year architect student Mr. and Mrs. George CoState College for Women Pincus Scheinberg left recently to join Mrs. Scheinberg in Connecticut for the holidays Miss Beatrice Turkel left Wednesday for Philadelphia for the holidays Miss Ruth Brotman, soprano, has just returned from a three-week tour of Ottawa, Montreal, Philadelphia and New York. While in New York she gave benefit performances to aid displaced persons in Europe. She will resume her singing classes here L. Schwartz, 1040 Sixth St., Miami Beach, left Sunday to spend the holidays in New York Mrs. Anna R. Berow, of 245 Jefferson ave., returned this week from the Bronx Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronohen, Brasnell hotel, returned by vitz reluine d to Miami Monday plane Monday from the North after v i S j tm g j n the Grand Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen, back from their vacation in Cleveland, are in their new home at 816 Surfside blvd. Mrs. Max Rosenstein will arrive in Miami Saturday after spending the summer in the Canyon, Calif., the Canadian Rockies and New York Honeymooning at the Versailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Silverman, White Plains, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wohlfeld. Philadelphia, North Hyman Coopersmitn, Qnd Mr and Mrs Milton Fried1224 Michigan ave., re turned | mQn Q{ Newark< N j M r. from the North ... Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein and children, Barney and Mary, have returned to Miami Beach after vacationing in New York Miss Jean Bromberg has just completed a singing engagement at the Miami Civic center after winning a vocal contest. She is he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg, 2350 S. W. 17th ter. ... Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Firestone left Monday morning for Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, where they will visit their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, and children, Stephen and Susan Melanie. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Enid Firestone. The Firestones' and Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein are expected in town after spend((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) BARBARA F. IRVING REVEALS BETROTHAL Mrs. Basil Hubhard Pollitt, 1782 S W 21 Tor., announces the cnBanement of her daughter, Miss Barba.aF. Irving, to Miller. G. Silverstein thus week. No date has been set for the wedding. Daughter of the late Dr. HiUe T Irving of Chicago and Miami Beach, the bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High school and is now a senior at Florida State College for Women where S he is an active student leader. She belongs to Mortar board, Spirogira, and is president ,,f the P dub. Mr Silverstein, son of the laic Mr and Mrs. Harry Silverstein, Miami Beach and Trenton. N. J., attended the University of Florida prior to entering the army He served for two and one-half >, BI s in the European theater. Wirtshafters To Live In Philadelphia Miss Beatrice Helene Dansky, daughter of Maurice Dansky of 233 First st., Miami Beach, was married to Sidney Wirtshafter of Philadelphia Sunday at the home of Hal bi Irving Lehrman. A reception followed the ceremony at the Normandy hotel. After a wedding trip to Connecticut, the couple will reside in Philadelphia. Mrs. Wirtshafter was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami. Her husband served for three and one-half years with the army medical corps in the China-Burma-India theater of operations. HAPPY NEW 1 J YEAR ARTHUR M. CHASAN SUNNY ACRES POULTRY & FISH MARKET 3215 Grand Avenue THE PIONEER WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION OF GREATER MIAMI $ Wishes for Its Members and Friends and for World Jewry a Happy and Prosperous New Year SEASON'S GREETINGS TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE WE REBUILD — REPAIR 46 N. W. First Street Phone 2-8333 CARL L. LIBBY A HAPPY NEW YEAR OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATION STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service "With A Smile" 2065 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-9365 MEMOBIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beich TH08. M. BURNS. iH. Funeral Director ABE EIBENBERO, Treasurer In New York: 76th St. ard Amsterdam Ave. SEITLIN & COMPANY 3nAurance i> WISHES ITS MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR .1 BARBARA IRVING Hadassah Board Meets With Mrs. Sernaker Mrs. David Sernaker will be hostess to the board of the Miami group of Hadassah at 1:30 p. m. Monday in her home, 2002 S. W. 12 St., Mrs. Joseph Carp, president, announces. Plans will be made for the opening meeting, to be held next month. Allocation of funds and appointment of representatives to the Greater Miami Hadassah chapter will also be discussed. Der.. Stati The T? 1 h0,el a < 130 P'oim of if has,ng of a JzJi wagon for tr e h -'"I wiU be disci P M"K president.!" stun will preser,:;^ ""^.program f w J Special spe akc W'H.am Uvine,s home this summer son am Je l),. Pi To Our Many FijJ A MOST HAPPY NEW \ THE ETTING! of the QUALITY S BLIND Col 509 N.Miami An Phone MlTjl HAPPY NEW YEAR T 203 West Flagler Street HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SAMUEL A. BIVDHD RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Avenue Miss; I Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friendi| and Patrons for A HAPPY NEW YEAR SCHUBERTH'S SEA FOOD GRILLE 5 S. W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE TOUBY RMNTIHG CORP. 3-5O0



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SE PTEMBER^J ^k**ist[hridfor) PAGE THREE \th D avid lo Se ek$525,000 For New Building n y Campaigners ,or Myers Sunday c Myers, P r ld *,Sf a Council of Jewish I and Welfare Funds, 7uest at a workers' 0 be Riven by the lin d campaign comrtntfitari V at 10:00 a.m. the San Juan restaulAcki-rmar. chairman of announces HAN Lakfast will launch the for S200.000 to con|r,e\v community center Tt 16th ave. and Sixth licitation of funds will at the breakfast but | i^tnbuted 150 workers expected Zionist Group Debates Parley Participation JERUSALEM (WNS) Sept. 23—The Small Zionist Actions committee, whose deliberations LVtf wee> on the problem of participating in the London conference on Palestine were postponed pending the arrival from London of Berl Locker, is expected to resume its meeting here early this week and decide the question of possible attendance. Mr. Locker is expected to report on his negotiations with the British government. Current reports indicate that while sentiment on participation is evenly divided, there is absolute uniformity with regard '|> the demand that the arrested Jewish Agency leaders, held at 'Lalrun, be released as a condition to participation. BRITISH DEFEAT REFUGEES TRIG (IT an, first presiL •;. • ne of the hen % %  % %  rabbis will %  >• Gordon and Mrs. : arge of arfor the affair. the camSWITZERLAND BARS ZIONIST CONGRESS HAIFA (WNS)-Approximately one hundred Jews on the intercepted refugee ship Palmach leaped overboard in an attempt to reach the Haifa shore, it was reported here by the British military authorities who said that all the swimmers were rounded up by naval and army forces. The desperate attempt of the refugees to reach Palestine's shores, the report said, followed a futile attempt by British officials to persuade the refugees aboard the vessel to send a delegation to talk over transhipment arrangements. The swimmers : were picked up by navy launches. Several British soldiers dived in, to the water and towed the swim%  mers to the launches with ropes. While thousands of Jews were | demonstrating in Haifa in protest | against the deportation of the refugees to Cyprus, British troops were ordered to shoot on sight if the demonstrators attempted to approach the closed Haifa port area. As the demonstrators paraded through the streets shouting "Down with England" and "Shame Bevin," hundreds of armored cars, tanks and jeeps rumGENEVA (WNS)—The World Zionist Congress, slated to open in Basle late in November, will not be held in Switzerland, it was disclosed here by a governblcd thrnugh hc £££ in merit spokesman who sa.d that unprcccdont ed display of British the decision of the Swiss governs1rcnBth in this arca Thc Jew ? C 0 n 8r eS .l. W S ish community also went on a was reJoe Berrnann. Sol ^Hime""ml^t"!ad to"" 8 PO^ > ^ Increasing throughpdman, Nat. crease in anti S em.tism. A U K ill ,'• nrosident .. .. isrl community also wei J -\ Sam f rom f. ted ^ anxiety that the inRcnoral stnke ; Tension ,.a J.HK Apte, am ternational Zionist gathering at „-! .„ ,„ ;„„ !" rinfl an in0U ( a ]j Jewish communities over —.— ... ......— ...... • the Palmach incident. I Henrv Jacob-L A rep0rt rece,ved hcr e from The Palmach, with approxil Sam Seit-' J rUSalem M ,hat ,he Jcwish mately 800 Jews, was first sighted ,_ ^ Agency is facing a serious probla „ Sunday off the northern Wm. D. %  ', r rUvid lcm as a result of thc uncx P ect d coast of Palestine. The 200-ton \cr, uavia decision The holding of the vesse] was j Jean Guberman and Baffer. Simon, i] I VL n r I aec,slon lne nolain g 01 ne vessel was intercepted by the feting thf Emanon club con S ress requires many prehmiBritish minesweeper Rowena. I nary arrangements and with the Whcn the Rowena's captain with .,'„' f:„i...',.,„.,„ "„3 ingress due to take place in a crew of sailors boarded th e refNovember little time has been ugcc s hi p and ordered her to proi left to make the necessary arceo d to Cyprus, the passengers j rangements. ; demurred. When the refugees (destroyed the ship's engines, a Sisterhood Plans Affair fight ensued, resulting in the death of one of the refugees. Installation of officers of the Several more were injured. Beth David Sisterhood and P.-T. I The Palmach, at sea for 12 A. will be held Oct. 22 by the days, was found indescribably Sisterhood. Plans for the affair filthy after being towed into were made when the committee Haifa. The ship had no bunks met Tuesday evening at th c home r.or cabins. Her passengers had of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chair|been wrthout waterjor^tour^days. man. MIAMI JEWISH fOLK CHORUS i a Peaceful, Happy fesperous New Year Its Members and Friends NORRis. Manager Congregation Beth David will launch a $525,000 building fund campaign Nov. 17 to construct a new synagogue on Coral Way east of 12th ave., Harry Simons, president, announced this week. Directing the drive, which will extend through Dec. 17, will be Harry Markowitz, chairman of the campaign planning committee, Stanley C. Myers, Louis Heiman and Sam Weissel. The new building will contain s rooms, an auditorium. din-p ro testant Magazine -ir-ir) IrilnUniMi nn % % %  nil ^* HARRY MARKOWITZ YEAR'S IEETINGS !!* MARKETS A&P P MARKETS A&P f D STORES (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) A Happy, Healthful and Prosperous NEW YEAR TO Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons it! ALLAPATTAH STATE BANK 1316 N. W. 36th STREET In the Heart of the Northwest Section ing room and kitchens, as well as the synagogue. In conjunction with the drive, a membership campaign is being planned. Mr. Simons will announce the chairman next week. Markowitz has announced the following campaign committees: CAMPAIGN PLANNING COMMITTEE: Stanley C. Myers, Herb Scher, S. J. Spector, Edward Safer, Oscar Argintar, Jake Sher, Dave Brown, Bernard Sterling, Meyer Schwartz. Sam Weissel, Wm. Shayne, Joseph Berman, Jerome Weinkle, Louis Heiman, Nat Zalka, Ben Markowitz, Max Swartz, Ben Essen, Dr. Harold Rand, Phil Warshaw, Morris Rubin, Harry Saffer, Harry Gordon, Moe Fiengold, Nathan Adelman. BUILDING PLANS COMMITTEE: Sam Weissel, chairman, S. J. Spector, Dave Brown, Abe Kaplan, Phil Levi, Frank Weinstein. INITIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE: Jake Sher, chairman. SPECIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE: Louis Heiman, chairman. GENERAL SOLICITATION: Ben Essen, chairman. RATING COMMITTEE: Sidney Lefcourt, chairman, Dr. Max Pepper, Eugene Weiss, Burnett Rothe, Nat Zalka, Nathan Adelman. ARRANGEMENTS CCOMMITTEE: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman, Mrs. Harry Markowitz, cochairman. Harry Saffer is chairman of a committee that will cooperate with the women. "The outstanding feature of this campaign is the growing interest of the committee members and chairmen pledged to serve in making Beth David one of the finest synagogues in the South," Markowitz said. Scored By NCRAC NEW YORK—Charges of irresponsibility and misrepresentation are leveled against the Protestant Digest, Inc., publishers of the magazine, The Protestant, in a resolution of the National Community Relations Advisory council, the central coordinating and policy-formulating body of major national and local Jewish community relations organizations, made public today by Henry Epstein, chairman of the council. The resolution declares that the magazine, wjiile soliciting funds "astensibly for the purpose of combating anti-Semitism," has, in fact, "contributed to intergroup dissension, and is inimical to the interests of the Jewish community in America." The council urges its constituent agencies "to discourage support of The Protestant Digest, Inc., of its magazine, The Protestant, and other enterprises." The resolution also stated that the publishers of the magazine have no official connection with any body of the Protestant church. BEST WISHES for the NEW YEAR $ SOUTHERN BREWING COMPANY Tampa, Florida IT IS WITH PROFOUND HOPE THAT THE COMING YEAR SHALL BRING TRUE AND JUST PEACE TO ALL MANKIND AND BE REPLETE WITH ALL GOD'S BLESSINGS PARK WEST MEMORIAL CH APEL HERMAN E. MEYERS ALPERT BROS. r i •i •r ft i in Mi t f %  8 %  i • 1 r i \ 1 1



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PAGE FOUR *-Jmlsii fhridkin SJ!^ I I Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1M0, at the P* office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, i, li Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates. 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor "VOLUME 19 NUMBER 39 Miami, 18, Florida, Friday, Septembei 27, 1946 T1SHHI 2, 5707 THE NEW YEAR 5707 The year 5706 has passed. Reviewing the history of the past year we lind that the world has treated our people not too kindly. When the war ended our hopes were high. The remnants of Jewry who had managed to withstand the Nazi terror would now be resettled and rehabilitated. They would now be able to start life anew. But what did the year bring? Promises unkept; masterful diplomatic gestures that proved to be mere lip utterances. Security that was anticipated remained but wishful thinking. Concentration rumps, deportation, hunger, misery, discrimination, were the realities. As we prepare to welcome the New Year 5707, we try to erase the unpleasantness of 5706. We forget the troubles, the disappointments of the past in busy anticipation of the hopes of the future. This must not be done too hurriedly. We must reminisce and remember the events of the outgoing year and the accounts yet to be settled. In these hours of contemplation we pray for heavenly guidance and assistance, cautioning ourseives to remember to pray not with just words but by action and deeds. There is a responsibility and task for each of us in the year ahead. In our small way we can so conduct our lives and energies in a direction that will result in progress for all mankind. We pray 5707 will reveal true justice for the Jewish people rnd for all mankind. BRITISH DEFEAT REFUGEE LANDING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) : t of the refugees were so sick they required immediate talizati n. Aboard tfc< Palwere 15 pregnant womon^ Several o' them were permitted lo disembark at Haifa. Unless there is a change in ns, the refugees are to be oped to Cyprus on the British vessel Empire Heywood, li will be the sixth shipment of to Cyprus since thi an. ouncl n ei t i I the new British policy of deporting "illegals' .,., king t reach thi Holy Land. 11, | the clandesof the Irgun Zvai Lei ,i that it was responsible for the blastii g of the i iway station last Friday. T %  Haifa station was blasted, announced, "because it ni of the most important communication centers of the British occupati n army between n Pali stine and the Egyp• i< r." Beach Women to Outline Plans for Aged Home First rd meeting I Miami Bead Women's Aux of tin Home foi tl i Aged will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Vi rsailli s I < tel. Mrs, Bei y will preside and plans will be made for the coming seal's activities. E st regular meeting of the new year will be held Oct. 15 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A Sukkos program is being planned for the meeting. Vet Resumes Practice Jay R. S %  with the law : i I Wi ntraub and Martii jr. Hi tered thi d nt the l •.;. enant He first si ilitary police telligence in M ; • : i • i was a li gal clain con He will n fe and thn Id on, Warn n. Pioneer Women Slate First Fall Meeting Rabb M \ Shapiro and the Rev, Maurici Mamches will be tuests at the firsl Fall meeting P Women's organiza t'on, clul • umber one at 8 p.m. Wednesday in B( th David audiim, Rabbi SI apiro w ill spi ak and Re Mami es will sing sevral Palestinian soi Plans will bi made for the National Fund dinner to : Dec. 15. Ri ': i n mis will be served. 1 public is invited. Mr.-. Henry •.. president, announces. AEPhi's Sponsor Tea A' Epsilon Phi sorority cnned sisters and guests at a lea last week at the h me of Miss H • t H n. 3301 Flamingo dr. a pre-school for members who had been away %  e summer and for som< • ew studi nts of the University • M AEPI i's who attended were • 1 Warfield, Miss MarBi i • an, Misi Gloi la Bernti n, Mi Bi atrici Jaffee, Mrs. David Pollack. Rabbi Irving Lehrman delivered the invocation at a convention m-eting of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Tuesday morning at the municipal auditorium. Miami Beach. He was introduced by A. F. Whitney, president. PARIS—Jewish survivor* from all of Europe Bather here In one of ik. seventeen canteens operated in Paris by the Joint Ditribuiion &? milter, major American agency aiding ditroe.l Jem ,b roa j %  *" J.D.C serves thousands of wholesome, taMy, kosher merit diil these centers. Funds for the J.D.C's activities nrc pro\idtd bt coi huiions in the U. S. to the United Jewish Appeal. irconlri. KOMI II \SIIO\A By LUTHER BROMBERG This day we leave behind the busy mart With all its painful struggle and To journey unto God, to bare our hearts, And beg, perchance, another year of In muted pray'r how we shall beat our bn t Recount our sins amid a sea of tears And pledge observance of God's all be: From this day rfc through all our givei While from the pulpit with impassioned to The Rabbi shall exhort ( ur many greeds. The old shall weep submissively—the young Shall laugh unburdened by tomorrow's needs. The you:..;; shall laugh for they have much to learn: So much of life in which to play their parl Play on wild youth, the oils too quickly burn And much too soon pain warps your laughing hearts. Tl is day our hopes relight a greater beam, Tl day our pray'rs express a strong! i plea: That from our tears there shall arise a dream To stand secure through all eternity. Miami Hillel Director Gives Orlando Service Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, is serving as guest leader of rabbi at ret rvices in 0r-| lando this yi Ortl odo: liv< andiM form services are conducted ml different i of the Ccngn-I gati n Ohi S : uilding. I Rabb; M A. Skop is ON THE OCCASION OF IIOSII IIASIIOW AND THE WELCOMING OF 5707 It is our privilege lo expiess Our appreciation to our many Friends for their kind consideration During the past year. WE EXPRESS GENUINE GREETINGS FOR THE COMING YEAR THE STAFF OF fJewlst) florid fan 21 S. W. Second Avenue SELMA THOMPSON RITA GROSSMAN E. M. ROSENBERQER DORIS WILLIAMS HARRY HESS MAX ROSFNSTEIN T. LINDSAY MOORE MARTIN SPILKA DAN MrKINNEY MINNIE McWHORTEB TOBIE JACOBSKIND M H WHITEHOUSE MARY SCHREBNICK FRED HOGARTH F. L. HUGHES WM. O. HOGARTH JEROM c HiCKER WILFRED FOSTER KINGSLEY HANGER tfe& %  %  -,



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PTEMBER 27. 1946 T|. EMIGRATION BLOCKED of the many people who want to adopt a f tTorepared for disappointment. A -rp of Charles Cohen, executive director of the be Srice bureau, who informed The Jewish Floridd Ser J r n0 young Jewish children survived the ^concentration camps. And many who are alive *Jenisli fhrkton PAGE FIVE ^ countries they are now in. director of the European Jewish Children's e interested in adopting refugee children can nnp w fulfillment of their wish." he said after [rile nopf .__ _i 4 k rurnrwn TQ.;OU nkiu^.'. Kjliate of the U. S. pn Child Care. objective was lo l m ny Jews as he paid y *P eeI 1 killing yu n 9 chilcmen of child-bearLpecially the pracfatral Europe, from emigration is now e of the chiljere vounger than 10 [time of their internthe brutality and he many concentra|he declared. and girts who man.i alive were mainly to were older than i were arrested. survivors are now ox 15 years on up Liable for adoption, [e voung man of 20, ri,"had been subject Iponsm since 1933, I seven years old. I this man and other jgees arriving here [memories of seeing i starved, beaten and Kng the problem of ugee children here piungness of many unlries to permit |t) emigrate. Cohen Ig:um and Holland Wed as many young %  possible to rebuild lions, he explained. (cai of any child degettir.g permission {cvernment of his 1 close relative of the the: country asks for [government approve Cohen concluded. i To Be Hosts Sisterhood lot their son*s recent |r. and Mrs. George be hosts at the stir.g of the Miami hodox Congregation IThe event will be ] Talmud Torah, 1545 |.. at 8 p.m. Wednesday Grauer will be User, Members are r'ing their friends to Mrs. E. Karger, bounces. X Solinger recently Horn Rhode Island son, Leonard, was fct I. 56 YGS A PRAYER N Turmoil and I ** Resolved to %  on Earth" I ond MRS. • T -SAPIRO 'ARSONS UNVEILING The unveiling or a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Malvina Haas of 3388 Matilda st., Coconut Grove, will take place at 1:30 p. m. Sunday in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, assisted by Cantor Abraham S. Friqdman. Mrs. Haas was a lifetime member of Beth David congregation. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Estehr Wolfe of 327 Washington ave., will take place at 1 p. m. Sunday in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, assisted by Cantor A. S. Friedman. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Emanon Club Sponsors Outdoor Fiesta Dance An open-air fiesta dance will be held by the Emanon club Sunday evening at 9 o'clock on the athletic grounds of the Miami Y. Entertainment is being planned by Nat Etkins, social chairman, and music will be furnished by Sherwood LaVigne and his orchestra. Admission is 60 cents. The Emanon club is open for young men and women over 21 years old. All veterans are invited to join the Y with a free membership for six months. Next meeting of the Emanon club is set for Oct. 9 at the Y. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service •06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: B-58M Rabbi April Preaches For Key West Services Rabbi Simon April ,,f Miami is conducting High Holiday services at Key West for the B'nai ^ion congregation. The R ev Avigd-.r Golden chants Musaoh services there. The rabbi will speak on "A Day for Spiritual Recovery on Friday and 'Teai and Faith"'.luring Sabbath services. His sermon topic for the first day of Rosh Hashona was The Jewish Pi bltm in This New Year." Rabbi April's family is spending the Holidays in Key Wi I with him. OSiiiaaries RUSIDSKY lei RusldBky, Tv. of 1250 Ocoan m Miami Beach, died Saturday, He lma here two years ago from Boston where the body wan senl by ilif i.iv.. M.I. Memorial rh I. His wife, •'"•'-• r i. i: idsky, BUI \i\ea, Bloom Aids Chest Drive H. H. Bloom, vice president of the Retail Merchants division of the Miami Chamber of Commerce, will head the Retail Merchants division of the ai Community Chest camp which opens Nov. 1. A goal of $785,000 will be sought. Your Complete Department Store With Qual'ty Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarler St., Miami A HAPPY NEW YEAR !i! ,'f* Your Host ^ 8ciJittcjf£A 1 WELCOMES YOU JJ NATIONAL Hotel SILVER Moo Riivi r, 80, of 1520 \. W. Second %  u'e'l in a hospital Pi Ida]. A ;"""' •" lor, he r< tired 15 years n" '•; %  "' in health. He came to Miami four years ago and was coniii 'i. 'i wnii :i trull com ei n as a aales''.' %  '" %  Hi was ii member of the Nn\ %  wli \ lib' as oi iitlon Sui vlvwln Mi Miriam Silver, n, Phai IPH, both


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I PAGE SIX EARLY CAMPAIGNS NET 72 MILLION $ A comprehensive report on the achievements of 3,500 Jewish communities which resulted in the raising of more than $72,000,000 this spring toward the $100,000,000 quota of the United Jewish Appeal, is contained in the L'JA Campaigner which was published this week. The Campaigner predicts that if the 1,500 Jewish communities which formally launched their fall drives during the High Holiday period maintain the stanr> aids of giving established in the spring, the full $100,000,000 quota will be attained for the combined nation-wide campajgn to save the Jews of Europe through relief and rehabilitation overseas, through mass settlement in Palestine and through assistance to refugees in the United States. Approximately $50 000 000 half the nation-wide goal—has been raised by ten major cities, exclusive of Chicago and Boston, whose record drives are now getting under way, the Campaigner reported. The ten major cities, whose S50.000.000 total represents an increase of approximately $35,000,(100 over what these same cities raised last year, include New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Newark, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, St. Louis, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Chicago has adopted a campaign goal of $9,750.000, with a minimum of $9.000.000 earmarked as the quota for the United Jewish Appeal, and Boston will campaign to give the UJA a minimum of $3,750,000. The Campaigner states that the I'JA in Greater New York has already raised $30,500,000 with New York leaders hopeful of ing their $35,000,000 goal before the end of the year. Philadelphia's final figure was listed at $6,051,187, of which the UJA quota was S5.000.000. Detroit's total was $3,560,000. assuring the I'JA i f $2,750,000. Cleveland came through with a total of $2,840,000, of which S2.150.000 was earmarked for the UJA. Sabbath Shuva Services Observed This Saturday The 'Sabbath of Repentance," known in Hebrew as Shabbos Shuva, will be observed in the local houses of worship this Saturday. After Shalos-S'udos services at 5:30 p. m. Saturday afternoon at Beth Tfilah synagogue, Rabbi E Rackovsky will preach on "Repentance." Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will preach a traditional Sabbath Shuva Drosha Saturday morning. Shuva services will be held a' Beth David synagogue at 8:3f a. m. Saturday. The Sabbath of Repentance will be observed at the Miam Beach Jewish Community Centei at 9 a. m. Saturday. The traditional "DrashaJTes huva" will be held Saturday at 5:30 p. m. at Beth Jacob congregation. At Temple Emaun-El in Fort Lauderdale, Rabbi David Raal will preach Sabbath Shuva services on Friday evening at 8 p. m His sermon will be on "Return— To Wmom—To What?" • %  57011 Biggeit news of the year concerned the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Mount Sinai hospital. Wm. D. Singer led Federations record breaking campaign to the $830,000 mark. (Original goal: $783,100 upped from the first plan to raise $532,000.) Orer $517,000 of the funds raised went to United Jewish Appeal. +Jrnlst>nor***L LEGAL NOTICES I^l^m^ NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai '•HIKPPRUZEN PRODUCTB ... IIM v \\• -'ill SVeet. Miami, Florida, and ,, ,he office ..f tl>-' Clerk ol ;',•;.' %  .,'„.. Court of Dad* County, '" BEN LEVIN, SIIIKl.KY LEVIN, CHARLES BROMER. Bole owners. CEOItQE CHERTKOF, Vtlorne) foi Applicant*. %  I :; i" 1-11-18-25 SINGER MEYER Early this spring, the long talked-about hospital movement started moving with the organization of the Mt. Sinai corporation under the presidency of Baron de Hirsch Meyer. First action: Purchase of the Alton Road hospital on Miami Beach for $100,000. Second action: Planning with Federation for a coordinated drive to raise $2,500,000 for a new hospital, maybe $1,000,000 for Federation agencies. Campaigning will extend from Nov. 15 through March 15. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage Ui luslness under tinfictitious name ol IMM'8 SERVICE STATION. :it IT." s' \v. nth St.. Intends to reglstei aid name i'h tinClerk "f the <"irult Court of I 'M|,County. Florida. WILLIAM noLDSTEIN. Sole Owner. 30 '.• 6-13-20-27 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai he undersigned, desiring to ••MKai:*' in iuslness under ih. fictitious amne ol IODERN HOt'REKEEriNG SHOP I --17 S W 18th Aviv. Miami. Kla ntends to register the said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of >ade County, Florida KENNETH 8. CARPENTER. Sole Owner. • KYMoflt .1 SIMON, Attorney for Applicant. • 13-20-21 ld/l-11 NOTICE :s HEREBY GIVEN thai 'he undersigned, desiring to engage In 'iiisint-SH under th>fictitious name of \MYll>r.\l. LACNDRY SERVICE >F MIAMI, at ad County, Florida, to-wlt: i,,i >:, I'.lo, k J. Harwood Second Vddition to Riverside Farms, i'lat Book i l*w -' %  '• i" the City of Miami, County "f n.oie. state of Florida. The •!%  sment of said propert) under the Certificate Issued was In the n.in.' of UNKNOWN, L'nless said ate shall %  •• redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of October, A.D 1*41 I late,l ihis I Mli day of September, \ l> 1944 (On mt Conn Sean E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk "f Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. Bs BETHENIA W. BRYAN, I' c 9 20-27 S" 1-11-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Die undersigned are engaged in business under the fictitious name of CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at %  ']\ Rveigladi %  Concourse, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, mid at 1141-1143 West Flagler Street, Miami, Dade ("ounly, Florida, and Intend to register ihe fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of Ihe circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. BEN LEVIN SHIRLEY LEVIN CHARLES BROMER Sole ( IWIIITH. IEOROE CHERTKOF, Attornev for Applicants. 6-13-20-27 U>/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, puriiant to Ihe "Fictitious Name Btatite" that the undersigned, doing iuslness under the fictitious name f MOLLY and MAC KOSIIF.R DELI•ATE8SEN \RESTAl'RANT, locat• I at 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, I'ade County. Florida. Instead o register said fictitious name In the ifflce .f the Cl.rk of the Circuit %  •iirt of Dad< County, Florida. MOLLT APTP. formerlv known a.i Mc U.I. Y WAQNER MAC MKRMKI.I. VATHANIKI. .1 KLEIN. Attorney for Applicants; r."". Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla, 1/13-20-27 1 4-11 Two Holiday Broadcasts Scheduled Next Week Concluding a series of High Holiday radio programs will be a Yom Kippur address by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation at 6:45 p. m. Thursday over WIOD and another by Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom at 11:30 a. m. Friday over WKAT. The broadcasts are sponsored by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. Rabbi Irving Lehrman is in charge of the project. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,> engage i ,; business under the fictitious name of SINCLAIR HOTEL at :.n7 Espanols Way. Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends to cci-te: said name with the Clerk of ••• %  r-|reult Court of Hade County. Florida LAWRENCE TAYLOR, Lessee and I >p-rnta- 27 10/4-11 WTiasflSSBS B. 2nd Ave.. M.anu."1 K '",', register said name w ilh V^NJ RAYMOND RiFT HARRY IS* RESSI ^ NOTICE 18 HEREIN civn* the undersigned are *nita W hfl ness under the firtlttonk J LAL.KI.I.K AI'AHTMKXTsT, Normandy Drlv, Miami W L'. ,H '„. n Intend t„ „!„ jfi fell ions name in the office


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*J*rislifh r knari t -CTTT MBEB 27. 19*6 e Year In Jewish Education By URIAH Z. ENGELMAN to be published In the forthcoming volume of the re vicw to %  %  %  ,v """e "' tne r' ,h Year Book. Released by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency tan J' wl of the Jewish Publication Socity.) of developments in number Ration in American !945-46, was conduct. soring by this writer K2SL Jewish Year t connection with th.s m* n nucstionna.res were 466 cities. Replies were from 1^5 communities, .most of the larger cities ^munities were dtotribj 36 states, and had an ? Jewish population of Lent of the Ireaf I i Re or 73.7 per c (wish population in tne lied communities constilerefore. a very satisfacmple and the information Jd Offers an adequate of the present status of tducation [formation illment in the and Sunday schools, the %  md length of sessions, the land. Jewish lent of the teacher shorttrtailment or intensificaJprograms, new develop|in Jewish education, and slated details. major fact culled from the fcls that the interest in (education shown by the lar. Jewish community in r years has not only been lied in the past year, but len extended and intensiI is revealed first of all 1 increased enrollment in iday. weekday and in the I schools; in the intensifip the curriculum of many and Sunday schools increasing either the or length Of theirl sessions; in the renewed ernttiasis on the Hebraic ele'mMj L> /R the curriculum, in the extension of the departments of education by the Jewish institutions of higher learning, in the larger appropriations by community funds for Jewish education; and last but not least, in the opening of a Department of Jewish Education by the American Jewish Committee. The facts on the debit side of the Jewish educational inventory for the review year, point to the great shoitage of qualified teachers and principals for the Jewish schools. This shortage worked as a blight on existing and proposed educational programs in many citiesCoupled with this shortage, and exerting a similar influence, especially in the smaller towns, is the inadequate, obsolete and unaesthetic physical facilities in which most of the Jewish schools are housed. ENROLLMENT In 1940, Dr. Golub catenated the total enrollment in all Jewish schools at 190,000 (180.000 in the elementary schools and 10,000 in the high schools.) The estimate was based on reported enrollment in 20 large cities. Two years later, Ben Rosen raised this estimate to 200,000. The present estimate, which is based on returns from 135 communities, places the number of children enrolled in all Jewish schools, Sunday and weekday, elementary and secondary, at 231,028. The number is probably larger since the A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ^DELIVERY PHONE 5-1719 FREE GIFT WRAPPING 1M0DERNE PHARMACY • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED Mist Street Miami Beach, Fla. GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR |CHELMLY FURNITURE & DEPT. STORE 22 N. W. First Street SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN LUCOFF of the HUB FOOD CENTER Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. ,Wl7t h Street Phone 3-8646 VICTOR R. KOHN-ELLARD G. KOHN BEST WIS "ES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR IEL H LEVY and MAURICE LEVY of the PENN FOOD CENTER "on Road Phone 5-3206 ions GREETINGS M* Yedr bri 9 Unitv for th Vnittd Nat d everl ting Peac to all mankind |orida Linen Service 100 N. W. 20th STREET 2* SCh001 Md Parochial school reg ls tr a tio n included in ove figure covers only the --a—w -.uvcis only cities which reported such data. The above total may be broken down as follows: The Sunday school enrollment in 1945-46 was 120,365. Tn* was calculated on the basu of returns from 135 cities which reported an aggregate enrollment of 60.028 pupils; and on estimates for the unrePorted communities based on a pattern of registration found in 129 communities outside the large metropolitan centers. For estimating th e enrollment in the Jewish weekday schools the same technique was used. Ninety-four communities reported an aggregate registration of 69,999. Including the unreported communities, the total enrollment in the Jewish weekday schools of'the country was 110,663The prevailing notion that most of the weekday afternoon schools are of the two or three-day-aweek type, is not borne out by the facts gathered for this survey. Of 296 weekday afternoon schools, distributed over 91 communities, and reporting on the number of sessions their schools meet per week, 88 schools or 29.7 per cent conducted five sessions a week, 79 or 26.6 per cent met four times a week, 71 or 23.9 (Con.iniied on Page 58) SEASONS GREETINGS T-SQUARZ & TRIANGLE CO. 1626 Lenox Ave. 5-2663 BLUE PRINTS %  PHOTOSTATS BLACK & WHITE PRINTS Reliable Service For Architects and Engineers BEST WISHES fpr the NEW YEAR PASSMORE'S 1244 N. E. 2nd Ave. 2-3772 6665 Biscayne Blvd. 7-5584 AUTO SUPPLIES TIRES and TUBES Radios — Sporting Goods TOYS LANG SERVICE STATION 427 S. W. 8th Street S! Wish Their Friends A Happy New Year BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR i ii •L* C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN JOSEPH W. MALEK Extend Best Wishes to Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer, Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches and Family and to the Officers, Directors and Members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Sisterhood in Particular, and to All Jewry in General. REV. and MRS. S. J. FREEDMAN of FREEDMAN'S 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins 4 Wash. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-1017 SEASON'S BEST WISHES Now Under Management of JOHNNY LENKWAY BROWN'S SAFETY SERVICE 10 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 2-4602 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BALL A S 6700 N. W. 15th Avenue GROCERY Phone 7-9578 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Edna Champlin Employment Service 127 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 9-3207 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR BUCKINGHAM UPHOLSTERING SHOP 7502 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 7-0257 Custom Service — Accurate Workmanship A HAPPY NEW YEAR ijl PIPE ft SUPPLY CO., LTD, 3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade yj NEW YEAR GREETINGS 4{j FROM Belcher Oil Company Established 1915 Miami and Port Everglades, Florida SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA OVER THIRTY YEARS if. U % 


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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT vJeHistftorldkM FRIDAY. TIE YEAR IN JEWISH EDUCATION (Continued from Page 57) per cent three times and 58 or 19.6 per cent twice per week. Similarly, the largest enrollment was claimed by the more intensive type of school. Thus, the five day a week school claimed 9,985 students or 36.2 per cent of the total weekday school enrollment in the 90 cities, the four-day-a-week schools had 7,298 students or 26.5 per cent of the enrollment, the three-day-aweek school 8,165 or 29.6 per cent, and the two-day-a-week school 2,067 or 7.6 per cent of the enrollmentIncrease in Sunday Schools Sunday school enrollment increased in 1945-6 in most cities throughout the country, if the polled sample of 90 cities il f;iir indication of the situation %  general. Of the 90 cities which reported enrollment both for 1945-6 and 1944-5, sixty-one communities or 68.5 percent reported increases; 17, or 19.1 percent declines, and 11 indicated no change. The weekday -school enrollment has increased more than seven percent the past year according to the 78 cities which have reported enrollment for the years 1045-46 and 1944-45. The afternoon schools of all types participated in the increase. The two-day-a-week schools, however, claimed the largest proportionate increase of 23.7 percent, followed in order by the threeday, four-day and five-day-aweek schools. Hebrew education on a seedary level has shown a slight increase during the past year. The registration for the Hebrew classes of the public high schools has increased during the review period six percent. Hebrew was taught in 15 senior. 2 junior and 2 evening high schools. Of the New York colleges, Hebrew was offered last year at the New York University. Hunter College. Brooklyn College. Columbia University and the New School for Social ResearchAccording to a paper by Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, professor of education at New York University, .it least 261 colleges and universities outside of New York city accept Hebrew as meeting the school's language requirements, wh:le at least 95 colleges universities (exclusive of theological schools and seminarthroughout the United States teat H br< w. Yiddish Schools During the past year, the Yiddish Schools celebrated their 35th year or. the American scene. The first Yiddish schools were organized in 1910 with the avowed aim of combatting the cosmopolii tan-assimilationist moods that prevailed within the Yiddishspeaking circles of that time. Following the First World War and the Russian Revolution, and reflecting a more leftist orientation within the Jewish working classes, the Yiddish schools attenuated the Jewish phase in the curriculum and emphasized the proletarian and the international elemt nts. Since the middle thirties, the ideological motivation of the Yiddish school has become increasingly a desire to cultivate in the child an appreciation of J-wish value, through greater emphasis on the study of the Jewish holidays the Bible, the Hebrew language and customs and ceremonles Among the reasons for this development are the influence of the growing anti-Semitism in Central Europe, the worsening of the Jewish political and economic situation in Poland and, mainly, ,i !, i ling of greater rootedness of the Yiddish-speaking element in the American soil. The Yiddish sch ol, unlike the Hebrew school, is usually affiliated with an existing central national organization. During the school year 194546, the Workmen's Circle conducted 92 schools with an aggregate enrollment in the elementary division of 5,030, in the preschool deparment 195, and in the Yiddish high school classes 385. The total enrollment in all the Workmen's Circle schools was 5.610. The Sholem Aloichcm institute operated during the review year 23 Yiddish schools ci mbined registration in the elementary schools was 1.200 pupils, in the kindergarten, 105 and in the high school depart(Continued on Page 64) SEPTET Greetings of the Season SHECKELS STANDARD SERVICE 1700 N. W. 20th Street Phone 2-9512 A HAPPY NEW YEAR OLIN L. SIMPSON GARAGE 3263 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 3-2085 "One of Miami's Best Equipped Shops" HAPPY NEW YEAR TAMIAMI BAR Tamiami Hotel HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOGS. INC. 1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2813 Manufacturers of LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Made in Miami MR. and MRS. ISAAC JOFFE Extend to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year T MR. and MRS. WILLIAM L. PALLOT and FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES lor the NEW YEAR TO ALL t HOLIDAY GREETINGS PAN AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. 406 Langford Building 121 S. E. First Street Miami. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR 11. T MR. and MRS. JEROME H. 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r^^gij^p^ ^p ga ^ BByuMM M 53*553 SEPTEMBER 27. 1946 ^Jcnisti fhrkBsm i# American Jewish n ference For Unity By SYLVIA GILMAN situation in which the remnant of European Jewry found H the first R sh Hashona after V-E Day was a living mration of American Jewry's foresight in creating the \ n Jewish Conference. For the cease fire order did not ntically usher in a new era of peace and justice for those ho had survived Nazi slaughter. On the contrary. Earl [Unison, who during the summer of 1945 surveyed the on in Europe as the personal representative of President re ported "as matters now sand, we appear to be treatie 'j eWS as the Nazis treated them, except that we do not mnatc them." j not only with increasing food rations which were "too much to starve to death but not enough to live on" in the first months of liberation. It pointed out, through its team abroad and representations in Washington, that Jews, because they had been singled out for persecution, required special treatment to wipe out past injustices and to achieve for them status and living standards approximating human decency. AllJewish centers were particularly important, because most displaced Jews in Germany were of Polish origin, and the non-Jewish Poles with whom they were Harn'n's icport was made 0 „ Sept. 29. 1945. But the c ,n Jewish Conference had lcd into the work of reitatin? the remnant of ,c'an Jewry even before the echo of Runfire had „ay. In tin first days of the Conference had asked s War :md State departto' permit the dispatch of ,h liaison i ffi'.-ers to Ameroccupied Germany. r months of long delay, Jewia ison officers and Jewish agencies were permitted tf the American zone. They Ud under the supervision of {A, whan assumed reIbility for camp administrawith AMG supplying basic and clothing needs. American Jewish Confertcam arrived in Germany Speaking to the Jews camps in their own lanL prepared by training and lathy for the difficult task :ttiiig the victims of Nazi jution on the road to reita'.ion. the Conference team ted indefatigably. Every :n the American zones of ir.y and Austria was visBecommendations were 0 UNRRA camp adminisasd t' the military au1 Conference was concerned housed exceeded even th e Ger mans in anti-Semitic brutality. Physical conditions in the '•amps lmp roved. but progress was slow. It required insistent pressure, against inertia, red tape, indifference, and hostil>|y. in some cases. Caloric rations rose from 900 to 1.000 in some camps, to a prescribed ration of 2.000 calories or more. Housing accommodations were increased. All-Jewish centers were established. Hospital facilities were made available. Workshops for vocational training, schools and recreation programs were founded. After much effort, several farm sites were turned over to Jewish displaced persons for agricultural training in preparation for emigration to PalestineWhile the Conference exerted itself to better conditions in the Jewish cent, is in the American zone, it never lost sight of the larger goal — resettlement for Jews in places where they could begin new lives. Foremost among (Continued on Page 60) Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR LILY and ALFRED STONE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY I. MAGID BEST WISHES lor A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. EDWARD ROTH and FAMILY A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON £ SMITH'S FLOWERS 03 West Flagler Street Phone 2-4766 Floral Creations for All Occasions WATCH FOR OUR NEW LOCATION A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL El & piscayne Boulevard CUSTOMS BROKER Phone 3-7748 STEVEDORES Operating on City Dock and Terminal Dock City Dock Phone 9-3 4 0 1 Terminal Dock Phone 3-7748 GREETINGS HI T S. M. PERIS 515 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 3-4884 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL yj W. C. "BILL" LIITIFF Dade County Representative to the State Legislature PAGE FIFTY-NINE S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SHENANDOAH FLORISTS. INC. 2359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-8715 CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS Flowers for Every Occasion Washing and Polishing—Lubrication—Batteries—Tirei Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71ST STREET SERVICE STATION C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st St. Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 HOLIDAY GREETINGS SIPF'S LEATHER REPAIR SHOP 153 N. E. Second Street Phone 3-7327 EXPERT REPAIRING SUITCASE COVERS MADE TO ORDER ZIPPERS REPAIRED AND REPLACED BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hollywood Beach Hotel RICHARD S. WRIGHT. General Manager SEASON'S GREETINGS s Established 1912 RED—MACK Distributors TRUCKS — BUSES — TRAILERS Miami Jacksonville BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ITER LYON, Qn Am -erican Bank Building INSURANCE 3-3331 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU VETERANS The war has been long, you have fought hard and well. It's over for you now and you're home again. Right now, those two words "home again" are about the most wonderful words you can keep saying to yourself over and over. You've dreamed about it so often when you've compared the tragic way of life enforced on people of other nations, with your own well-remembered community, and when you've been asked, "What are you fighting for?" Well, you're home now home to all the things you have been fighting for, and we who have been waiting your homecoming want you to know that we're dedicated to continuing to work with you to keep and improve everythinq qood offered by this community to the men, women and children who people it. You'll find many things the same. We want you to find many thinqs better, ond we want to be the ones to back you up in Peace, as we did in war %  fulfilling your every hope for the kind of security you want to make the heritage of your children. McCLOSKEY & CO. i == MIAMI, FLA. BUILDERS PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1 1 it I I. I: > I "I • i i i. • "i !• 1 t i %  i 1 1 4 i 1 ^M >. > \'4 hi i •• .. &f i\



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J r f ~-*'(^-^'? PAGE SIXTY 9-kwisli Fhfklton FRIDAY, %  %  i THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE (Continued from Page 59) these places was Palestine. Polls taken among Jews in the camps by disinterested agencies showed that 98% wished to emigrate to Palestine. Outside of the camps, Palestine also ranked high as a choice for ultimate settlement. The Conference, therefore, directed its efforts to opening the doors of Palestine to European Jewry. At the first United Nations Conference in San Francisco, in April, 1945, the Conference forged a united front with Jewries from other lands. The united delegation succeeded in introducing a safeguard clause in the trusteeship chapter of the United Nations charter which left the rights of the Jewish people under the Palestine Mandate unchanged. But the positive act of opening the doors, shut tight Inexpediency and appeasement while the Nazis slaughtered Jews during the war, demanded an unabating struggle involving the full mobilization of American Jewish opinion and complete vigilance on the diplomatic front. Typifying th e dilemma of a post-war world in which the big powers evaded their obligations and played shuttlecock with the aspirations of the Jewish people, was the dehumanizing "DP" tag which the Jews in the camps still wore as the second Rosh Hashona after liberation approached. In the careful language of diplomacy, Jews were also alluded to as "infiltrees" and "persecutees." Palestine was screened out of the United Nations discussions wherever possible, and was referred to only by inferenceWhen the issue finally came to the fore, after Pnsident Truman had requested British Prime Minister Attlee to permit the entry of 100,000 European Jews to PalHOLIDAY GREETINGS O. K. MOTORCYCLE REPAIR 2518 S. W. 8th St. 4-0722 SERVICE — REPAIRING Overhauling, Tires. Gas Towing — Oils A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOL'S MOTORS 2410 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-8154 USED CAR SPECIALS MR. and MRS. SAM GOLD Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy NEW YEAR estine, the American Jewish Conference rallied American opinion behind the President's request. When Great Britain countered with the proposal to establish the Anglo-American Inquiry committee, the Conference, though it had correctly interpreted this as a delaying maneuver, led the testimony for American Jewry at the committee's Washington hearings, Henry Monsky, chairman of the interim committee, presented the memorandum outlining American Jewry's position and also gave oral testimony. The implementation of the committee's short-term recommendations for the immediate transfer of 100.000 Jews and abrogation Of the White Paper's land pur, ri strictions, is the objective of an all out Conferencecampaign at present. In addition to public pressure, on all 0CC8 tl is campaign is being pushed throng!', diplomatic channels. "INFILTREES" Not many months after V-E Day. Polish Jews who had been repatriated b> gan recn ssing the frontiers back to the American zone, They fled f< r thrulives in the face of a resurgent and uncontrolled anti-Semitism. As the sporadic anti-Jewish attacks in Poland became more widespread. the numbers of Jewish "infiltrees" wno sought safety under the American flag steadily Increased American military authorities became alarmed. Jewish installations becam* dan g e r o u s 1 y overcrowded, since the Jews who were camp residents insisted that the newcomers had to be accommodated. There were rumors that the borders to the American sone would be closed. The American Jewish Conference stepped into the breach. Having established firm contact with the Jews in the camps, it was fully informed of the existin,, situation. In Washington, there were continuous negotiations with top War and Statedepartment officials responsible for control of the American zone's borders. Assurances were received by the Conference that Jewish "persecutees" would not be barred from returning to American occupied territory. Additional accommodations have been provided to shelter the Jews fleeing from Poland and other East European countries. The necessity for maintaining a zone of safety for Jews in Europe has been recognized. This is to the credit of American authorities, !2TEMBER 5 influx „f Jews ngf *4 8 t !" testhe e f?l action by Am ^^ trough the A m ? Can 3 Conference ^"^ I is^wfthts;* "* to keep thTJ?* open to J. wi fieeinj f it has also publicly (Continued on P a j, MR. and MRS. WALTER KOVNER AND SON JEFFREY EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL DR. and MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON 216 43rd Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES SEASON'S GREETINGS m^EGETABLES m ITAMINS w ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 HAPPY NEW YEAR M G I L L E R and Associates For A Square Deal, See Us SEYBOLD BLDG. 163 W. Flagler Street 1448 Washington Avenue BAKER'S STORE EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS A MIAMI INSTITUTION We Invite Your Charge Account 137-43 N. Miami Avenue Phone' TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON BERG and SON of the BLACKSTONE FOOD MARKET 737 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7M0 A HAPPY NEW YEAR i ; SUE PREEM MAID 44 N. E. First Avenue Women's Apparel Phone 2-7779 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR BROCKELL & MORSE Fruit and Vegetable Brokers 1260 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-3155 PALLAS .: ATHENA The Most Unique f.lp rf Open Daily from Restaurant In \V 's 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. Cosmopolitan Miami < ..-' 224 W. Flagler St. Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicurean*: HOLIDAY GREETINGS BOND TIRE COMPANY 3561 N. E. Second Avenue Phone mi Tires — Batteries — Accessories BOB BOND. Prop. y ICE CONCRETE SERVICE Complete Concrete Placing Service & Masonrj| Phones 8-1796 7-6465 3153 N. W. South River Drive BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MODERN PAINT COMPANY. INC. PAINTING CONTRACTORS Operated by Fred Walker 2531 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2 3500 BEST WISHES FOR A VICTORIOUS AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR TO ALL ijt Hotel Sheldon 227 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-1881 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR RIVIERA PLAZA HOTEL Telephone 337 20th Street 5-6843 GREETINGS OF THE SEASON Shelley Tractor & Equipment Co. Phone 3650 Bird Road T R A C T O B SflMtf MACHINERY CATERPIL^ DIESEL ENGINES Factory Trained Service Men ROAD



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: %  CFPTEM BER 27, 1946 „, MMM Meridian .wish Doctor From Dachau PAGE SIXTY-ONE By HAL LEHRMAN MUNICH, t of surgeons can cut and stitch till he is silver .?-J *Hilk/Mil Koinn rrKl ir% r-]nim *i\Q{ hp has lives. Dachau, is i i -i 0 t surge""" %  % %  -— f J i thumb-tied, without being able to claim the | fnJo lives. Dr. Wolf Peisachowitch. late of D< but he can already claim several times that number. 3 was not made on the operating table. It was made line forming outside the Nazi gas chambers. Peisachowitch had privileges. He had been the chief at the Schavel Ghetto in Lithuania. At Dachau, the Mound him expert enough, though a lew, to trust their 0 him for medical attention. He treated the Nazis so y were afraid to lose him because the Dp ahilten reminded annoy him. The only ee thgm Q[ ^ concentration camps, was the right to examine ^ they ^ w ho had been selected ^ day ^ ^ ^ kermination because be|hey wee too ill or weak jig five years of internment Itched thousands of names I waiting list for death. He condemned to bed, wanbod and drugs for them, Je them strong enough to back to their labor and a from destruction. Peisachowitch is still in but he no longer has Jewish lives with Nazis is doing a full-time Jewnow. He is director of Jewish Hospital. He clinic, a nursing school nedical seminar. Most of [is also a symbol—of the which in this despised j made the Jews of Mun[of the most dynamic comin Europe. are about 8,000 Jews in of National Socialism's his does not include the jhousands more who live (laced persons' camps in mich area. The 8,000 in known as the Jewish Oily are these who set up of their own, some kind shift dwelling, tempo1 pathetically inadequate 'HAR GREETINGS )GER 4 TOM'S F0RG E WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE, ETC. Ill N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-1272 the memory. About half of them came to Munich from internment as soon as they could after liberation. The rest chose Munich later. These had survived th e ghettoes of central and eastern Europe or returned to them from exile in search of surviving relatives. They finally came here because Munich, from all reports drifting back to the lands of fresh pogroms and non-anti-Semitism, seemed the best transit point for America or Palestine and a new beginning. The Jews of Munich have a double credo during this period of German limbo: to make maximum preparation for their emigration and to make the hated Germans help them do it. Even under normal circumstances, the energy of the Jews of Munich would be singular. When the sufferings they have endured— and the frustrations they are enduring—are taken into account, the energy begins to verge on the miraculous. So do its results. In nearby Berchtesgaden, for example, actually within sight of A HAPPY NEW YEAR from MR. and MRS. ABRAHAM WERMAN 1301 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach To All Members of Miami Beach Jewish Center; to Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and family; to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nathanson and family, 3915 N. Meridian Ave., and to Mr. and Mrs. David Meltz and family, 1439 Alton Road. A HAPPY NEW YEAR COMPLETE REFRIGERATOR SUPPLY S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-5154 Commercial and Home Freezer Cabinets A HAPPY NEW YEAR DE BOLIAC CO. N. W. 23th Street Phone 2-5294 %  ^vice and Equipment Gorwood Sale* and Seryice ilEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION SEASON'S GREETINGS DELL'S FLOWER SHOP '"•W.7th Avenue Phone 7-9341 Our Flowers Say It for You A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALFRED DESTIN COMPANY ^Y Avenue Ph M 5 473 ROCK — SAND — CEMENT the proud crag where Adolf Hitler once looked out from an "Eagle's Nest upon his "Judenreta world, Munich's Jews have taken over a swank hotel and converted it into a sanitaroium lor the sick and the weary. The m ai synagogue in bomb-crushed Munich is what used to be the ballroom in the mansion of a local Nazi Party chieftain. Around this nucleus, in buildings requisitioned through the American Army, the Jews are organizing 3 community center i ntirely dedicated to training for tomorrow. The center already has a combined grammer and high school with more than 10 Jewish children enrolled. Two hundred adults attend Fachschule where they take intensive courses in auto and electro-mechanics, radio carpentry, masonry — anything that will contribute to a new life overseas. The students use Germany classroom and equipment. The Joint Distribution Committee provides the food and clothing. ORT supplies the tools and equipment. More than 250 other students are studying at Munich University and the Conservatory of Music. A dispensary staffed by twelve doctors, two dentists and three nurses—all Jewish—treats an average of 1,100 cBefc cases ^.'tekly. Until recently the Jews had no hospital of their own. One day they rebelled at having to lie in a displaced persons' hospital in beds next to Poles and Hungarians whose very languages were reminiscent of new massacres. So they established a separate hospital, and inaugurated another school where thirty selected Jewish women are training to become its nurses. Nothing in all this activity is (Continued on Page 63) BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR JIM'S AUTO GLASS SHOP 659 N. W. 5th St. 2-7562 T Safety and Plain Glass Installed While U Wait THE NORMANDY FOOD CENTER 1217 Everglades Concourse Phone 6-1986 SEASON'S GREETINGS Dairy and Grocery Products Fresh Meats and Poultry Fruits and Vegetables FREE DELIVERY HARRY KAPEHAN. Prop. HAPPY NEW YEAR 8! NORTHWEST RIDING SCHOOL N. W. 27th Ave. and 87th St Phone 78-4640 SUZANNE C. SHEARER Owner-Director HAPPY NEW YEAR NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO. $ 1454 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH MR. F. E. STERN 3700 Hillsdale Road BALTIMORE, MD. Wishes All His Friends and the Friends of the Late Mrs. Stern in Greater Miami and thru Florida A GREATER, HAPPIER NEW YEAR THAN EVER BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR RAINBOW TAVERN 2724 N. W. 36th Street NO MINIMUM — NO COVER DINE and DANCE LIQUORS BEERS WINES HAPPY NEW YEAR ERNES! L FOWLER K REALTORS SALES SPECIALISTS Biscayne Bldg. Phone 9-4516 WE BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OF GLASS CONTAINERS AND BARRELS MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY TELEPHONE 2-6666 I. EMMER. Owner BOTTLES, JUGS, JARS and SUPPLIES 222 N. W. 27th Street Miami, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 4|i E 1216 S. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL yj T 3301 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-5274 SEASON'S GREETINGS yi Newman & Winter Mfg. Co. Women's Apparel MARGARET NEWMAN JULIUS WINTER DAVID WINTER • i i i 11 i i V Is t 1 j • t i j I i*K8l3H



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PAGE SIXTY-TWO *Je*ist>ncricttorL FRIDAY, !2EMBER; A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO-ftLL BLATT & MAYER Wholesale Jewelers Seybold Building phone 8 6375 The Rabbi. Officers and Directors OF 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. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN DUPONT BUILDING AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends SINCE 1926 KIMIIHMIV & Ely INSURANCE, INC. 1900 Congress Building Phones 3-0641—3-0642—3-0643—3-0644 MIAMI. FLORIDA i • Hi J I In 5706 • Stale department of Jewish War Veteran* reorganized at a Miami Beach conference and elected Abe S. Goldman, of Miami. Florida commander A $25,000 rilualarium wai built and opened at 151 Michigan are. la:e in the lummer. Beth David bought a $75,000 piece of property in the Southwest section, planned a fund drive to finance a new building for Miami's pioneer congregation. E (Continued from Page 60) against the attacks upon Jews in Poland. When Cardinal Hlond. Primate of Poland, attempted to justify the murder of 41 Jews in Kielce on July 4. 1946. by stating that Jews "who occupy the leading positions in Poland's Government." were to blame, the Conference declared that the Cardinal's statement was "tantamount to absolving the murderers of their guilt," and served to "undermine the earnest efforts of the Polish government to extirpate anti-Semitism" Th c Conference asserted that it refused "to believe that this statement represents the views of the Catholic Church." The Conference coordinated the actions of the interested Jewish groups toward alleviating thc growing emergency ill Poland. REPARATIONS One of the major problems which thc Conference prepared for at its inception was that of reparations for damages inflicted upon Jews, and restitution of their property and civil rights after the war had come to a close. The first sum allocated for nparations for Jews—$22,500,000 from German external assets to be used for rehabilitation and resettlement—was granted by the Paris Reparation Agreement of December, 1945, after Conference representations and meetings with American members of the Allied Reparations commission and representatives of neutral governments. Citing the Paris Agrtement as a precedent, the Conference has proposed to Secretary of State James F. Byrnes that a portion of German externil assets in Latin America, which the South American countries are now liquidating, should also be set aside as reparations for jews. Restitution of Jewish property in Germany and Austria are part >f the Conference's work in progress. The Conference has formulated plans for the creation of a Jewish Reconstruction commission which is to take charge of assets belonging to Jews who left no heirs, and Jewish cul(Continued on Page 64) SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS Jk mmm .. Photography 1138 N. E. Second Avenue | MIAMI Telephone 3-6224 ORION'S GARAGE GENERAL REPAIR Electric and Acetylene WELDING 2985 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-1161 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MILTON M. SHAPIRO Distributor of Branded Linens Accessories Wholesale Only Spot Delivery Kiddies' Wear Ladies' Underwear Beachwear Sports Wear 127 N. W. 2nd Street Phone 2-3724 1131 N. W. "Meet Here fa, ij Good ChewPhone 78-2065 B B GARDNER '% % %  BEST WISHES FOR | NEW YEJ! JUDGE 01 Miami Beach Co SEASON'S GREETINGS MARIA'S GIFT I 1009 Lincoln Road PhoniS-fl Haint-Painted Novelties • Greeting Cards • Origimll TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALBERT HAUER JACOB L. LEVINE n I CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS and FORWARDERS | 901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph< eM A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO All | FITHIAN STUDIOS 323 W. 47th Street MIAMI BEACH Pbos M Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLOVER CLUB •FAMOUS HICKORY HOUSE CUISINE 118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD GREETINGS OF THE SEASON VAHAN'S RESTAURANT phont %  1321 North MUmi Arenue 24-HOUR SERVICE HOMEY MEALS end ATMOSPHERE STEELE & KENT. Props. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS phon 16 N. E. Ninth Street „ "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPET"^



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SEPTEMBm^l^ 10. and MRS. ALEX VAN STRAATEN Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Picciolo American-Italian Restaurant i Collins Avenue Phone 5-9031 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF G. C. ACCOLLA MB. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE of the PALLOT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N. E. Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR V PURE LEAD PRODUCTS CO. N. W. N. River Drive Phone 8-2408 SEASON'S GREETINGS ROWELL FLOORING CO. I N. W. 17th Avenu, Phone 3-8739 WOOD LINOLEUM and ASPHALT TILING BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR AMDRE Inc. 1121 Washington Avenue 58-3614 58-3615 • MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES • BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MARGARET ANN Super Markets Ml. FLORIDA TAMPA, FLORIDA GUARANTEED RESULTS PEST CONTROL 5-YEAR BONDED GUARANTEE ON TERMITE CONTROL • Bonded by American Indemnity Company CALL FOR INSPECTORS AND ESTIMATES W F LAGLER CALL 3-4848 OR 9 -1519 ORKIN ^J^lstnoridtiar) Jacob H. Kaplan, president %  >' the Greater Miami Rabbmical a.iociat.on, i..ued the follow.no; New Year 0 reetin fl thi. week. Or. Kaplan i, rabbi emeritu, of Temple l"-ael and prendent of the Florida Rabbinical atiociation. To my brothers of the House of Israel, gut-tings ln th e New Year a707 What shall we say, what shall we pray, what shall we wait for? The noble Christians everyW, .!V! e cry out Wlth L ord Byron: "Tribes of the wandering feet and weary breast, How shall ye flee away and be at rest! The wild dov fc hath her nest, the fox his cave, Mankind their country—Israel but the grave." We thought we had found in Roosevelt a "shoot out of the stock of Jisse, in whom rested the spirit of wisdom and understanding, who with the rod of his mouth shall slay the wicked, and whose loins were girded with righteousness," as Isaiah so divinely foretold in chapter eleven verses one through ten. He. Roosevelt was such a man. on whom the whole world depended for salvation. But alas. he. like Moses of old, looked into the promised land, and was not allowed to lead the people into it. For twenty-six hundred years we have waited for what men today call "Human Rights" to be guaranteed to everyone everywhere But the leaders of the nation have forgotten that. We Jews still wait for that time; we wait with faith in God, and in the good will of men to usher in the age of Human Dignity. We shall not give up that hope. We shall inspire through our suffering the world with that hope. BUT meanwhile, we want a place for the wandering feet and weary breast of the remnant of the Jews to rest from their wanderings, and build as a pattern for humanity the Jewish Life of physical and spiritual unity in man that truly mirror forth th e Dignity of Human Personality. No nation has as yet produced a Roosevelt '"to decide with equity for the meek of the land" and so my brothers of the House of Israel, we must wait, wait, and pray, and pray, and fight and fight, until God shall send another man or men to enforce the Human Rights for every human being, and we sh-ill find rest among, chastened and reborn men, of a new world. Nothing would be as tragic as to lose our Hope, our Faith, our Vision. May God grant that this year the Holy One in His mercy may hear our prayers, and save Humanity. Amen. J (Continued from Page 61) intended to give an ounce of comfort to the Germans one minute alter the Jews leave. Characteristically, the fifty members o Munich's newly-formed Union of Jewish Engineers took a solemn oath to p.oduce nothing which might contribute in the smallest degree to restoration of German economy. These men are architects, bndge-builders, road-makers But instead of constructing, they are teaching d !" *"^ !" ship, theory and the crafts. Whatever is being built is made to be taken away, including machinery? work-benches, laboratories furniture and plumb.ng Even the basketball hoops bu.lt for the outdoor gymnasium will leave Germany with the Jews who made them. PAGE SIXTY-THREE GREETINGS OF THE SEASON 4J1 PLAZA HOTEL 316 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 9-1841 MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING HAPPINESS. IOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND TO ALL JEWRY Schrager's, Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA yj 'HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY" PHONE 2-0707 DIXIE TIHE C? Sincere Greetings ON THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH The employees and management of the Dixie Tire Co. extend a warm wish for a Happy New Year full of health, prosperity and peace. Each new year brings to us many new friends. Making friends means true progress, and our aim is to keep up our progress. Stop in any time at any of the five convenient DIXIE stations. You'll find a friendly welcome and satisfying service. Ask our friends they'll tell you! DISTRIBUTORS OF AMOCO PRODUCTS SEIBERUNG TIRES AND TUBES WILLARD BATTERIES iPae. PIXIFTIREC 0 ^^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 101 S. W. Firif Strt 5327 N. Miami Av*. 3539 N. W. 17fh A v.. j 945 Fifth Street 140 Alton Hood Electrical Appliances for the home i I 'M %  %  j '. i 1 1 i 1 1 t I i>



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PAGE SIXTY-FOUR +Jeist fkr*Maf) Ml [ (Continued from P.ifle 62) iural possessions stolen by the Nazis from Jewish communities which no longer exist. This Jewish Reconstruction commission would act as a trustee for the Jewish people pending the final disposition of the heirless property. SITUATION NOW While the solution of the Palestine issue nangs in thp balance, the displaced Jews ir. Germany and Austria waiting to emigrate must continue to be fed and housed. UNRRA, which runs the camps, is scheduled to end operations by December, 1D4(>. The International Refuge Organization which is to succeed UNRRA will not be in a position to take over before the summer or early fall of 1947. At the Fourth UNRRA council meeting in Atlantic City in March, 1946, representatives of the American Jewish Conference brought to the attention of all delegates the urgency of assuring assistance to Jewish refugees dining this interim. The Fifth UNRRA council meeing in Geneva, which began Aug. 2, was to decide the question >>f who shall assume responsibility for refugee relief operations until the IRO begins to function. The American Jewish Conference was represented at the Geneva meeting. The decisions of the 21-nation Paris Peace conference will be crucial to the future of the Jewish people. As this is written an American Jewish Conic. delegation is in Paris, closely cooperating with the World Jewish Congress and the Board of Deputies of British Jews. The Jewish delegation is pressing for inclusion in the peace treaties with former Axis satelite countries of provisions which will guarantee the restoration of rights and 5706—THE YEAR IN JEWISH EDUCATION (Continued from Poe 58) ment 140, a grand total of 1,445. Personnel Shortage The shortage of trained teachers and executive personnel has lie, n very acute during the past year, The extent of this shortage was disclosed in two surveys made during the month of April, 1946 These surveys embraced ning committee on the future or-' !" ,-. jiJtrihiitMl over ,, | 107 communities, distributed over 35 states. Of the communities status to the Jews who remain in those countries. At the Third Session in Cleveland, February 17-19, 1946, the future of the Conference was the subject of most intense discussion. There was complete agreement on the need for continuing the work of the Conference. Since the third session, a planMR. MORTON VOGEL and MR. STANLEY SIROTIN of the S TANT ON ASSOCIATES WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ganization lias been appointed. Its terms of reference and its procedure have been dfinedIt is composed of Dr. Stephen S. Wise ami Henry Monsky, honorary chairman ami chairman of the interim committee respectively; Louis Lipsky, chairman of the executive commttee, one rep* resentative each from the nine groupings in the' Conference! and a panel of nine other distinguished Jev'ish leaders selected for their own qualifications ami experi nee in American Jewish affairs. Tl e planning committee is to report to the interim committee nol iatei than November, 1946. In Washington, the spokesman for a united American Jewry lias ! teachers i n i h "N^ ^ to operate 2* H of efficiency Cr S** 3 HOLIDAY GREETINGS JOHN Q. VANDIVER • AND RUTH L. LYONS REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TRU-FRUIT PRODUCTS 207 N. E. 39th Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWIsTFwiiST AUDIPHONE COMPANY Of MIAMI, £ Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Wwt.,1 p, Developed by Bell Laboratory, ** 117 N.E. 1st Av—1211 Pan-American Bank Bldg._Pho B ., J W. Palm Beach Office. 3800 Washington DrlpCs M SEASON'S GREETINGS SECURITY FEED & SEED CO. 2035 N. W. 7lh Avenue Phone 9-2859 W. D. ROBINSON. Manager BELMAR UOTEl EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 2613 Collins Avenue Phone 543711 i Sincere Best Wishes For A HAPPY. NEW YEAR ROLLINS GARAGE ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIRS 146 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-4634 Best Wishes To All for A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE SCHWARTZ Miami Beach y THE EMBASSY HOTEL 2940 Collins Avenue Phone 58-2731 A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS f: vfgl "We Cover the Earth" SEASON'S GREETINGS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 1680 Alton Road Phone 5-3359 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL T & D TRADING CO. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF BEER PETER DOELGER'S LAMBRICK BEER 2127 N. W. First Avenue Phone 9-9815 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 SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAH PEttM SIRUP SALES CO. OF fi PENN BRAND "Quality Fountain Products" 2009 N. Miami Ave. Telephones 9-1566-WU 5 R. HARRISON SEASON'S GREETINGS Albert E. Red I hammer BUILDER 152 N. E. First Avenu. S^Stfl 1323 S. W. 8th Street Phona Facilities for Buying, Building and Selling All Kinds of Real Estate "When Better Homes Are Built We Will Build Them



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sEP TEMBER3_l94e_ +Unisli thrkUain PAGE SIXTY-FIVE ifitllS, LUBIN, lOSEIMU UNSUNG HEROES OF WASHINGTON fumi.OTTE WEBER materials whsn t„ h„\,\ ,,r, mu nnun-sm h h..ln<>rl Hosiim a c By CHARLOTTE WEBER h Telegraohic Agency Staff Member) |J !"'i N ot all battles are fought on the battleiSHINGiu' • uctioni Operation Manpower and OperaOperation r heQ bal ties fbught right here at home. ipp'y, were administration leaders who lormed the high ,ind ?hP Washington theatre of operations were scores L n d of trie almost without notice, gave of their time, liant men ^ mobilize our country's resources solidly h numbers of prominent Jews who served in such excellent background in the 3 lh j "n'g the war four names stand out. Robert R. the dynamic young ;i;; ( .;,oMh, office of iSatior. and ReconverK Fortas directed much Rational defense program t under-secretory of :,„,,„Lubin, for 0r • thl United States r"" of labor statisE2 economic advisor to r" alters of dote" Samuel I RosenL. soecii counsel to the t'S a staunch White Tstandby through two ad^ S gai b i s service with | as an economist De-pa; tment of tom1933. By 1940, already out as one of the most ,t New Deal economists, U a n his war service on the fal Defense Advisory comv assistant director of Ich and statistics in charge fctarv and civilian requireh t conducted surveys of [production potential in re1 to needs which resulted in kiting of Presidential goals. [was his position as chairI of the planning committee |War Production board. lh Nathan held from 1942 %  43. that gave him such an ltb< facts and figures of war mobilization and made him a natural choice for the job of number-two man under Fred Vin•on in the OWMR. He literally built up our war production machine and when the time came to reconvert, tried manfully x dismantle it quietly, smoothly and efficiently. As Deputy Director of the OWMR he was Chairman of the Reconversion Working Committee made up of the Under-Secretaries of State, War, Interior, Justice, Labor and the war agencies. As policy formers, these men had to decide how soon after V-E Day to reconvert so that sufficient war production remained to sustain the Japanese war but not enough to create worthless surpluses of war material. They had to decide when to de-ration, to de-control steel and other vital mati rials, when to hold up one war contract and push forvi on another. It was Nathan's work, as directoi and sparkplug of these activities, that prompted Vinson to call his deputy director his "towei MI strength." Abe Fortas became Undi r Secretary of the Interior in June of 1942. havii g si rved with thi D< partmenf In various capacities since 1938. In his war role he directed thi activities of the War' Relocation Authority and had a gn at deal to do with running the Oswego Camp when .1 refugees were cared tor. In the absenci of Secretary like i nded many Ca meetings and was present at the ins during the days of the first atom I ombing of Japan and at the special cabii el eting at the Japanese surrender was received. Afuel administrator I e .-pent much of his time negotiating with the miners and had long conversations w ith J' In. L. 1. %  is. A director of the fuel coi program he helped design a program of conservation principles and went on the radio many times to wake the public up to the need of conserving the country's fuel resources for the fight al i ad. When ati mic research highted the importance of certain Mineral-. Km las directed the work of the Department in exploration for these strategic minerals. He was Secretary of the now defunct Petroleum Reserves Corporation made up of the Secretaries of State. War, Navy, Interior and the Foreign Economic Administration Director. Biggest job of the PRC was handling the Saudi Arabian pipeline idea. During the war the Bureau of Reclamation of the Interior worked closely with the Department of Agriculture on irrigation plans and Fortas set up a number (Continued on Page 66) TO ALL • A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RAWLSON & CO.. Inc. Interior Decorators DAVID SCHWARZMAN 114 N. Miami Avenue. Miami 229 5th Street. Miami Beach A. A. GARAGE WHEEL ALIGNING "Stop Shimmy and Excess Tire Wear" N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th St. PHONE 2-8244 ENO PACKLER, PropGREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Wolff iyy! Feuer Real Estate Consultants 41 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS $ KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS "The Best On the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA MR. and MRS. | IRVIN GORDON AND FAMILY 720 S. W. 24th Road the Occasion of the B\v Year Take This Opbrtunitv of Extending fes; Wishes to Their Many %  Friends and Relatives 111 N. E. 2nd Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS FISHING FOOSCO LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS Phone 2-9542 GREETINGS OF THE SEASON yt WILLIAMS RESORT WEAR 1120 N. E. First Avenue Phone 9 478? A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL IMMACULATE CLEANERS H49 Collins Avenue Phone 5-2453 To our many friends everywhere, we convey the traditional greeting of the season: "L'Shonah Tovah Tikosevul" May you be inscribed for a good year! H.J. HEINZ COMPANY Maker* of the 57 Varieties • More than 40 of the Heinz Varieties bear on the label the seal of endorsement of the UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. HAPPY NEW YEAR FAMOUS NURSERY COMPLETE NURSERY STOCK 3498 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48 1018 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE DEPENDABLE N.E.Firs, A ve „u. Phone 2-0236 iV I it hi i II i i a %  I 'i' ;%



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PAGE SIXTY-SIX fJenisti fhrld&r) FRIDAY ^TEMBEH; HEROES OF OPERATION WASHINGTON (Continued from Page 65) of war food programs on the basis of the increased food production that resulted. Judge Rosenman was a friend and adviser of the late President Roosevelt for many years but il was not until October 1. 1943 that he was called to the White House and officially appointed Special Counsel to the President. He was the first man to have that title. After accompanying President Roosevelt on the return trip from the Yalta conference, in the early part of 1945, Rosenman returned to Europe to study the question of civil an supplies of the liberated an as of Northwest Europe. After his return to the United States he submitted a long report outlining the nutrition.il, fuel and other civilian requirements which the ravaged countries of Europi needed to restore theneconomy. On his report much if our country's planning fi r rc-to-.'tion work was based After President Roosevelt died, Rosenmai stayed on at the White House and was the guiding hand i b. hind many of the early Truj man spe< ches. At the time of Roosevelt's ith Rosenman was engaged in • ations with the British with respect to the trial and pun-! isl ment of war criminals. On u.ivmg th White House in February of this year, Rosenman awarded the Medal of Ment "for exceptionally meritorious ond thi performance "f outstanding services to the • and to his country." Als i mentioned was "his assistin tl < %  reorganization of of the Executive Depart: the Governmt nt as required by war Is." in, from 1933 until January ol tl is y< ai the United Stati i %  :' of Labor Statistics, was called to the White House in 1941 to be Economic A % %  I thi President. In 1942 hi wa sent to England to assist in lend-leasi coordination. As Associate United States on the Allied Comn • Reparations, he .-pent thn ntl in Moscow and Berlin making a survey of enemy countrii ei what they :: the way of I war damaged intrii He was in Potsdam at the time of the conference there and was a behind-the-scenes participant. When Lubin resigned to entei private life the early part of this year, the President warmly prais• ed his work in building up the Bureau of Labor Statistics and for his part in the reparations mission. Some idea of the measur. of his work can be judged from Mr. Truman's expression of gratitude for his "invaluable service in coBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LEON KAPLAN AND DAUGHTERS GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 303 E. Flagler Street MIAMI—PHONE 3-2833 It Is Our Pleasure To Extend New Year Wishes To All A. O. Transfer Co. 335 COLLINS AVENUE Holiday Greetings ATOMIC TRANSFER COMPANY Try Us For Real Service No Advance in Prices 1335 N. W. 21st St. Call 3-4385 In 5706 • Community growth was reflected in the expansion of staffs of local organizations. Among new workers who came this year are Charles R. Jacobson. B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge executive secretary; William Glick and Victor Garvey. Federation assistants in fund raising and community planning: Dan Rosenthal. Miami Y activities airector: Randy Polansky. Beach Y activities director; Sam Miller. Miami Beach Jewish Center activities director; Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, district girls director for B'nai B'rith; Charles Freefield. Beach Zionist district executive director. ordinating the vast array of statistical information which was so essential to the formulation of effective federal policy." It was not long before Lubin was called back to official duties, however. He was appointed United States delegate to the United [ Nations Subeommission on Re| construction of Devastated Areas, • n, of tne many offshoots of the economic and Social Council of the UN. Best Wishes To All For A Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. HERMAN KOHEN MIAMI BEACH Season's Greetings TED HOUSER Ship Broker Postal Bldg. MIAMI Best WiBhes For A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR


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y SEPTEMB ER 27, 1946 rJewistFivridliciii PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN By LOUIS MILLER niven Sunday, consult the sporting pages of your any nd carefully note the names of the participants P a P^ r a Where once Jewish performers were as rare headline -^ ^ e y ^ & nQw QS numerous ag lne evenls in [day in rt icipate. It is a common phenomenon indeed ,hey Jjj accounts of outstanding baseball games, tennis 10 'horse racing classics and boxing matches, among k eS A t0 observe how representative of the Jewish faith an observe how representatives of the Jewish faith L Til tor example, the blue-ribbon classic of America C, r ld Sei ies-was emblazon-' E SPORTS HEADLINES IN §786 ttional exploits l k G n g, the hammer[ lfi idei of the Detroit Tigto came back from the wara r m t„ victory over Ihicai lbs M ,v. when the epic of lurf-the famed Kentucky a1 chun ill Downs was rrenzied crowd of 1,000 spectators, it ughbred, Assault, by the renowned Max I u a t sped over the hisI to annex the event. lt v same Assault | Triple Crown I r tue of similarly if,in..l conquests in the BelI the Preakness. ,,k or two, the L : football will calendar of athI and • name of an reat will be played es. He is Sid I Brooklyn youth lumbia and then iture by leading Chicago Bears to : league title after Jter. Lenbei • Luckman— three of a throng [ | its way into (tj press by im|s In other sports trail-blazers, in Itball. track and field, ten: Name any popu( today and you will j : task to identify a i • who has scalithi i ts or close to it. • was a difficult lei : I J' wish athletes to the "bl ii lood" sports of and tennis. This was particularly true of the latter event. It so happens thai tennis is one game where invitations to compete govern most of the big meets. Thus it was almost impossible at one time—and not so long ago, at that—foj a Jew to rate an invite. Today that is another matter. So regularly and so magnificently have Jewperformed in scholastic and college events, in which invitations are not the password, that they literally lifted themselves by the boot-straps from the anonymity to surpassing fame. Chief example of this new school is Seymour Greenberg, the Chicago wizard who has claimed national clay court honors in two different campaigns. This scintillating netman came close to achieving the upset of the 1946 1 campaign in a match with Don McNeill, National champion and |ranking player of 1940. He was barely nosed out by McNeill in th( New York State final, 4-6, 4-6, 7-5, !) 7, 8-6 in a duel that lasted three and-a-half hours. There are neargreats in this sport, youngsters who did fair to become the first Jews to be considered foi Davis cup berths. We have in mind Irwin Dorfman of I Columbia, Eastern collegiate mp; Sid Schwartz, the best junior player in the East, and Leonard Stciner. Much is to be d from them in the future. Golf is another game in the same category as tennis. Jews, put on the defense, have had to organize their own golf clubs in order to get out 'in the links. Ar.|" in the last dozen years, golf has produced a ranking ace in the person of Gt rman Barron, the professional from White Plains, N.Y., who has annexed the honors in such events as the Western Open and the Philadelphia 'Inquirer" Charities tourney. But it was in an event that he did not win that he made his standout challenge. That was the '46 and the place was Cleveland, scene of the U.S. Open title event. It was only after a dramatic finish that Barron's bid, made with a card of 285, was just reprised as a threeway tie resulted among players who carded 284s, one stroke better. Then consider horseracing, a sport that was formerly a "closed corporation" in the sense that one had to be in the upper class to figure in it. It required a sizeable fortune to buy, keep and train horses. Tcday it is a commonplace to read of entries cl suc^ figure,"; as Louis B. Mayer, the movie magnate; Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs and Hirsch Jacobs, Louis Rabinowitz, Mrs. D. Friedman, Abe Herschberg, E. D. Levinson, Mrs. Carl Gansel, Isadore Biaber (Continued on Page 68) Season's Greetings Smith Boulevard Pharmacy 79th Street & Biscayne Blvd. 7-5567 Trail Sundries 1204 S. W. 8th Street J. W. ADAIR, Prop. 2-9350 MR. and MRS. SAM WIESSEL and the SILVER FLEET CABS Wish All Their Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A Happy New Year in T Surfside Barbecue 7305 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-9181 NEW YEAR GREETINGS in T JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHFUL AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY MANY FRIENDS EUGENE J. WEISS Certified Public Accountant EST FISHES )R A tfPY NEW YEAR ill •i" NATHANIEL J. KLEIN MIAMI BEACH 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 2-4010 1" T Mrs. Gertrude Michaels and Sons Melvin & Burton 2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace extend best wishes for a happy and Joyous New Year to their many friends and relatives MR. AND MRS. 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PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT *Jeistinerklian FRIDAY, %  i i i JEWISH CHAMPIONS OP AMERICA IDE HEADLINES (Continued from Page 67) and his brother Phil and many others who have time and again figured in triumphs. In the world of horse shows, another ultra-ritzy competition where millions are a passing term in finances, Bernard F. Gimbel, the department-store magnate, has played a most prominent role. His daughter. Carol, newly married to Hank Greenberg, often exhibits and rides horses at shows and meets. In the world of track and field, the Jews boast of the best allaround athlete in America in the person of Irving Mondschein of New York University. Irv is the National A.A.U. decathlon champion, a crown he first won in 1944. This title involves being best on a point basis in a number of different running and leaping races. Every Menv rial Day. in Indianapolis, an unusual event takes in boxing were quite the accept ed, normal thing. That was Benny Leonard, Barney Ross, At Singer, Lew Tendler, Bob Olin, Solly Krieger, Abe Sinv n, Ruby Goldstein and dozens of others wire in their heyday. Thi ycai 1946, while it has not pri duced any Jewish boxers of this caliber, has seen otl ers prom nentl; featured. Among the stai douts ol the presi nt gi ni ration are George Abrams, Dai ny Kapilow, Morris Rief, Allie Stolz, 11 irold Gre n and Benny Goldberg, sonic of whi m i i lined to pluck crowi s off n n heads. Basketball has be n traditionally one game don inated by J( w Tl as cen i ularly so in New York v college Id 5 buti by Brownsvilh Harry Bi I i SI J 1 %  i ,, nt< :. nad< AU-A 1 two yeai Sid T 11 im of N Y.U. ai d Gi 1 g< Goldsi place. It is the 500-mile auto race ,,,,... r milarly attractand only the most daring of driv, ..,,,,.„, : ers defy death in as stirring a campa ign. Meanwhile in the prospectacle as have ever been wit,,...,,,. .,; s] j, : • ., p : nessed. One of perennials in this Hebl .. ntinucd to domn ad whirl Maury Rose, who ....... • ,. a ble 1, adersl ip ol Ed I Gotl Mike Bloom, Inky Lautman, Cj was eliminated this year by a smashup in which he miraculously escaped being killed. He crashed int.' a wall, hurled to the track and then rushed to the hospital with severe burns. But back in 1941, he won the event and he has ni ver .-topped trying for new laurelHi c mpetes in seci ndary : aces throughout the country. At one time, Jewish headliners Rosan, Pi %  y R n 1 Ja< k 1 : • kle. Sonny Hi rtz erg, 0 echtmai Moe 1 lubilier are lu.. Ilim | the greatest of skill is n q along with .1 n aximum of spei d and stamina. Bi ides Hank That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY AND AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 Alkavlucron^^,,^/ !" nrvr, know what Hmr „f rta 2? TL m y n d "* "'< It the U.le -ea, y 0 akr Alk •';""<" '<* Aik..s,i„„ „£? down to lour— ** zer A Happy New Year o AH L. Murray Dixon Architect 805 Lincoln Road 58-1671 A HAPPY NEW YEAR GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. 1732 N. W. 36th St. 2-2494 Associated with SYKES HARDWARE. INC. 78-1695 Paints, Housewares. Tools, Gifts. Fishing Tackle, Appliances 284 N. E. 79th Street Ha PPY and I Mr a nd M rs., ackl S n a*, and D aught er Fay, NEW YEAR GREE FAMOUS BAKING CORP. | 463 W.FUgltts, Specializing in Hotd J Restaurant Senj, | Bread R 0uB J MELNICK-IMBJ ProDrietoi BEST WISHES for the NEW YEAR DUMA'S NURSERY 3801 N. W. 36th St. 8-1797 Citrus and Tropical FRUIT TREES Ornamental Shade Trees and Shrubbery SEASON'S GREETB>| f ACE RUG CLE 53 S. W.RirDm| PHONE MISS IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST <£ SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW 1 A J U L LI AN CUSTOMBILT FURNITURE MFG. CO. 100 N. E. 40th STREET SEASON'S BEST WISHES WISHES FROM DWYER'S METAL SHOP NEW LOCATION: 1329 N. W. 74th St. Phone 24 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPABSl SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SIDNEY WASSERMAN AND FAMILY 2210 S. W. 17th STREET THE SISTERHOOD of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO i OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS. PEARL WALSEY. President HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE EXTERMINATING CO Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace — phone 7-5347



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.^v^sssSSHHSSSSffi Jewisti fhridlan PAGE SIXTY-NINE OtEROF GZAfl WCHQLAS ALMOST l LU By ROBERT SEELAV Author of "My Exodu./' "1.000.001" Ithin a hair's breadth of being drafted into the fcarne witni Soldiers of Czar Nicholas. That was a L briga de oim 8erving ^ great "White" Czar. Nicholas ig military g have never heard of it or the advenP' TSs members. Such is the brief life of Fame that. bf any ation8 away, and their memory is as ancient P f w qe ,he arguebuse. riSi I speak of was a noted institution. It was— t> e resent the story in my own personal way. me ere child, barely eight years old, residing in the small township of ^^ workers or mon of a{fairs No one but the tax Kor had any idea of its locate railroad was many miles .„„ the whistle of the lofiSWan indistinct sound ,'£ humbly and poor l0 f the few publications of Liide world ever reached Ex we all knew one another fVmilv claimed kinship to J Sors. for all or almost C the residents were debants of the noted lumber Ki that first laid its foundI there Tradition was that Erst settlers came from Spain the expulsion by the In%  tion and that someone, now lentified, had the Letters of Kt to verify it. But tradiNnd sossip have no defined 'to any event all this matd little The township was one large family. Everyone mded the festive affairs, foiled to the grave every deceasfper=on, entered any home Vout a formal announcement settled all their differences hoiit garbed judges, fhere were no sharp social i in Wasilkov. The only per-e of distinction were those of Lter learning, be they artiThe ignorant lout was not respected. Aristocracy was limited to those w!io pronounded wisely the words of the Sages or translated into common Yiddish the sophistries c' the Talmud. We laid away our dead in simple graves, the rich and the poor alike, one next to another without distinction and with no special or decorative markers. In the synagogue a few had the privilege to stand nearer the Ark of the Covenant but in general all mingled freely. My little friends and I sat on rough wooden benches at school, rags and velvets together; we shared our meals often and after a while this became a "right" and not a "charity," we played our "games" and annoyed the Rabbi, as have all the generations back for untold years. The school hours were long and we knew from infancy the hardships of life. In the winter, at a tender age, we made our way to the school through darkness'and on the return one could not see a step ahead in the total blackness. Food was brought to us so that we do not lose a moment of s t u dy—never mind the wasted bodies. On this occasion the summer was at its peak and we reached our homes earlier. "Mother," I asked, "may I go over and play with my cousint'.'"' "Oh, no, child. There is real danger. Two towering men have Heen seen lurking near the bridge, just outside of the town. This forebodes evil." "And what would they do to me. mother? My walk is only across the alley. If they called to me I would run, fast. And it is not dark yet." "Ask grandfather. He will tell you all about it." I turned to grandfather, who was seated in his usual place. To me it seemed as if he never moved an inch from his steady position, in the same place. He smoked his pipe occasionally, but mon often he drew in his snuff, a bit loudly, and every hair in his beard showed colorful evidence of his indulgence. On his lap was a large tome of the Talmud but he appan d to be always concentrated on one page for a full day. I never saw him turn the page and I marveled. I stared at grandfather, presuming that he had heard the reference to him. He returned my gaze and I suffered with impatience, silently. He had heard the dirtctive but he had not fully awakened to the task before him. "Jacob," he finally uttered, "mother is right, absolutely right. We live in a land where the customs, after thousand? of years, are still foreign to us. But we must observe, in order to know (Continued on Page 70) CANTOR AND MRS. JULIUS ROSENSTEIN and son, Morton 1401 Alton Road ill Extend best wishes to their relatives and friends for the coming New Year Lobel's Market 1497 Washington Avenue Wishes all its patrons A Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. 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PAGE SEVENTY +Jewistrkrldlton ASOLDIERDFCZARNICHOLAS(Continued from Page 69) what to expect, and avoid trouble, so far as possible." "Czar Nicholas believes that all Russia and all the Russians belong to him. The Russian people do not deny this idea and tiurefore Czar Nicholas is fully convinced of it. And if the Russians are serfs and property it should follow that our people are still lower in his esteem. But that is where our grasp of the mind of a Czar fails us. He extends to us certain privileges which the serfs do not have. Do not try to understand this perplexing situation. Just accept it as a phenomenon without brains Grandfather paused, staring at me as if to follow the reaction upon my mind of his great wisdom. But I was as troubled as he was and my mind as blank as apparently that of the Czar. The great luminary and God, the Czar, began tu shrink in my esteem. "A Czar must have soldiers," he continued and as persons belong to him the Czar just takes them; that is right, he takes them into military s< rvice, And for twenty five years' The Russians must go, and at a very (arly age, same as yours and even younger. "Here w, have a slight advantage, for some unknown reason. Our children are not ordered to join. They wait until they have reached maturer years and then, possibly, after legal proceedings, they may be drafted, and for a shorter period. "But."—and he repeated this lin and again— "but, if you n the public street or road and his soldiers seize you, then you are in, for the twenty five vi ars'" Now I was bewildered and truly frightened. "C %  tl ey take me from my home?" I asked. "Ni ." said grandfather re-assuringly. "No. That is one of the peculiar workings of the mind of a Czar and its strange regulations. No one can come in and seize you." That was relief indeed. "But. grandfather, last year the soldiers came in and carried off our bedding for taxes. What is •taxes'?" "You will know, soon enough." "Well." he continued, "When you have >ee;i scizid you are inducted ir. the military service i i the Soldiers of Nicholas. You are transported a distance, to the Crimea—far from your home and your people and for a long while no one knows what has happened to you. I do not suppose you wish for a detailed description of your life for the following twenty five years. Very good. Do not try to imagine it either, particularly in your night dreams. Just forget it completely. Mother is right. Stay h< re." "But," 1 pleaded, "it is still light and I will be but a short while with my cousins." "Well, daughter," said grandfather with resignation, "perhaps we are unduly alarmed. Besides, children will not learn from the observations of their elders, only from their own errors." BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR DORN'S GROCERY 704 W. 51st Street MIAMI BEACH 6-1477 A Happy New Year MUSIC BY MUZAK 940 Lincoln Road Bldg. (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING NEW YEAR y McALPIN HOTEL 1424 Ocean Drive 5-7641 Now I can resume my own narrative and the story of my narrow escapi from serfdom in the soldiery of Czar Nicholas. 1 played with my littie cousins. I played hard and with great amusement, until the darkness warned me to g<> home. The sun gets suddenly in these summer days The ball of fire, hot and crimson, appears to be at its zenith but actually it is gliding fast toward the horizon and all of a sudden it is out of sight and darkness is upon us. I found myself groping along the dark and narrow alley, toward the composing safety of home, flu warnings of grandfather, to dismiss his narrative about the Soldiers of Czar Nicholas, evaporated in the darkness and the possibilities of life in the Crimea loomed in my mind with ever greater force. I vowed, when I reach home, to give rbsolute obedience for ever and ever. Suddenly I found myself face to face with two huge men in uniform and in the darkness they loomed higher than mountains. "Stop, little Jew, where are you going?" said one. I could not utter a word, my tongue cleaved to my mouth. My feet wi re affixed to the earth, "What is your hurry?" he conFRIDAY, HAPPY NEW YEAR THE C. W, KISTLER COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 2-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge tinned. Rnik spaa M >' mind, f rozen %  tt *'th some effort 0 ( composure Dni,. • ( child. dwVJJjM NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY, k Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SIDNEY GINSBERG CHARLES GINSBERG NASH MIAMI MOTORS Best Wishes for the New Year FULLER BRUSH COMPANY Postal Bldg. Phone 3-3014 HAPPY NEW YEAR DORN-MARTIN DRUG DRUGGISTS 200 Sunset Drive Phone 4-9221 So. Miami TO OUR MANY ERIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES BERNI HOTEL O. FISCHER. Mar. 204 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GR EETINGS III JUDGE W. F. BLANTON A Happy New Year /<~< A Very Happy New Year JIMMIE'S GRILLE Bar & Liquor Store Miami, Florida STEAKS — CHOPS SEA FOODS Specializing in Delicious Charcoal Broiled New York Sirloin Steaks Prepared and Served to A King's Taste Entertainment Dancing OPEN ALL NIGHT 3651 S. W. Eighth Street at the entrance to Coral Gables SEASON'S GREETINGS IN. I. RAND DISTRIBUTING CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF VAN MERRITT BEER ijt 1916 N. E. Miami Court PHONES 3-5323—3-5324 Miami. Florida Mm FAMOUS NARRAGANSETT BEER & ALE D 26N.E.7thS. P.O. Box 3322 Phone 2-6516 Jewish all our friends and patrons and all the Jewish peoplc-a year of health, happiness and prosper^ IIIAILHHW



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*^ig3T'T?g!SJPiSBS!5S'HR^cS^ ,; i^ L g rPTEMBE R^27. 1946 • lii 5706 *Jknistifk>ridliafi PAGE SEVENTY-ONE r e Belh Sholom headed the "new synagogue" fad I, a community house at 41st st. and Chase ave., Miami last September by announcing plans to build a 500-seai senagogue Beach. Approximate cost: $250,000. "> %  I .... Ai %  orris Goodman led the rive to aid the national camDaign to build |cal school in Palestinelucta—about $30,000. Season's est Greetings ar Many Friends I 1 fa. and Mrs. eo Eisenstein Looking forward to moving day, the Beach V planned a $300,000 building fund campaign this summer. Sam Rivkind was named head of the 15-day drive which starts Nov. 1. SEASON'S GREETINGS from 5 O'CLOCK CLUB fcNT OF THE OWNER%  MANAGEMENT. CIRCULA%  ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ^F CONGRESS OF AUGUST AND MARCH 3, 1933 J'Mi r. : J .in, published I' Mini ia, tor Bepi I | laile. ry public in and I s mtj aforesaid, "I !' % %  .| K Bhochet, I swni -ii accordf IIHl ~ays that hr Bdlt I The Jew|lan, anil that the following knowledge and I' ol the owner1 ol the aforeihi date shown ilred by the I %  %  %  ii2. as amended %  M -"' I. 1933, embodied 7 : l''-':il I...WS and K.-KHIhi % %  verse of this I "" %  "•' %  ':..,,,,1 addresses I -... editor. Munaglna Editor, NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MR. AND MRS. BEN ESSEN AND FAMILY i %  • i1 Box 8973. Miis: Tin "K'orixirated, Kihet The J.-wlsh i< ,., %  i'" 1 au-u, l-,int-l F : '' Bos S97S, Li,,;,."' K Shochet. I'ub.'" %  '" ami Partner, •;," %  !" n Pta '•' Known bondholders. H or i, ',,'" "'' '"">' ho 'dhn ,r M,,t > Per cent <.r „t.„: """" •>' bonds, mortH'.Kl, K l x '.< are: None SHOCHBT, ,„^"I.,|„„., |. Iir|ner *u ,( v "'"•' l ''••' ms September, 1946 P %  "'"' %  ex,m AX ," S1I 'VRR. wplrea Oct 9, 1949.) Mr. and Mrs. ISADORE RUBIN and Family 1421 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Wish Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. BERMAN and daughters CAROL EDDA and DALE SEASON'S GREETINGS T AMCO FEED STORE 2081 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-1200 WAYNE Poultry & Livestock Feeds To All A Most Happy New Year ERNEST FULD REAL ESTATE Calumet Building PHONES 9-3444 — 4-0487 EXOTIC GARDENS, INC. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Flagler at Bridge Phone: 2-0519—2-6782 Beach on Lincoln Road Phone 5-2961 2790 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 2-3105 ACWIE^CABS and HENRY'S SERVICE STATION 904 5th Street MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Customers A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS 475 41st Street Road Service 5-9134 WASHING — POLISHING — LUBRICATION TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES DOBBS SERVICE STATION BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ROTHMAN'S SHOES ANDREW GELLER Exquisite Footwear 719 Lincoln Road Happy New Year New Location ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING-METAL WORK Gutters, Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N.W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LYNN PARK HOTEL 27 N. E. 4th Street MIAMI SINCERE WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR SHEFFIELD-BRIGGS STEEL PRODUCTS 7230 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2406 ^MGAUQUg PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ADLER'S KOSHER MARKET 1007 South West 27th Avenue A CHOICE SELECTION OF nrilCATESSEN APPETIZERS MEATS POULTRY DELICATE VEGETABLES GROCERIES „ „ strict Supervision of Greater Miami Va.d Halcashru, a Participating Member Under Strict Sup ^ ^^ ^^ Jewish T ^ ntwn RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 4-3926 m •? r i A I. I i I I • i • 1 %  • • i I 1' t I %  i I



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+Jml$t> for Mian FRIDAY. IPTEMBERJ I I ASOLDIEROFCZARNICHOLAS-ALMOST (Continued from Page 70) emotions of horror created in this short round of fright and perplexity. But extreme dungt r brings out the most unusual effort at self-preservation. Botli men laughed. "Where are we going?" I asked with some show of unconcern. "To the bridge." one said. The mind worked with speed ar./ curiously. "You are strange s here, else you would know that you are in the wrong direction. That way. if you keep on, will bring us direct to the -.cemetery." Both men halted. "Are you sure?" one asked "for I do not believe little Jews." "Well," I continued. "I for one would not go that way and find myself in the cemetery, what with the stories of ghosts dancing in the night. I would rather go to the bridge with you kind men." "He sounds right to me," n marked one of the soldiers, Su perstition of centuries was finding its level. My brain kept rehearsing the words of grandfather: "they can not take you from your home— they can not take you from your walked on and on, past places well known to me, The s< Idiers kept to the alleys and by-passed wider streets. We were furthi r from the bridge than before. I waited for an opportunity, for I knew the place where a plank in a high fence was broki n and children used it as a hideaway, As we passed the place I darted in, It was too small for :.i.:i.e"—nvr;and ovi r again. Wt the giant soldiers—the brave men who daringly kidnap little c ild ren. I kept running—fast, though knowing that I was reasonably safe. ••Mother," I said the next morning, "why do we not leave this country, Russia?" There must be other plateon earth. "My son," she replied, "1 do not know. We can go back to Palestine. And 1 have heard that there are Other countries, where. it is rumored, the Christians read our own Bible and sing the Psalms of our own King David. I do not take oath upon this but it is .ai that In those countri" s our people walk without fear and are received graciously the Gentiles. Who knows? -i ries may be tales from SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES MR. M. HARKINS 44 S. W. 7lh Street. Miami Takes This Opportunity of Exti nding Best Wishes tor A HAPPY NEW YEAR T All His Fri< nds SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th St. General Repairing WRECKER SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT Phone 3-8749 NEW YEAR GREETINGS H O S E A HARDWARE CO. 611 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 9-2223 FRED W HOSEA President and General Mgr. 'if NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS FR1DEN CALCULATORS NEW LOCATION: 153 N. E. 10th Street Continued Courteous Service M. L. BAKER. Mgr. Phone 9-6429 SEASON'S GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC. State Distribulori GRAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE AND DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th STREET PHONE 2-1577 A HAPPY NEW YEAR MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc. FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY — ANNUAL DIVIDENDS — Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471 nowhere. They sound incredible." %  'But Why not go there, anywhere else?" The untold epic of the night before, unknown to mother, made me brave and daring. "Perhaps, my son, we are held by the magnet of Death, by our departed kin, whose last place w e \ isit so often, as you know. I may speaking with the superstition I all women." Long silence followed. Mother attempted several times to express a thought that was clearly pressing for utterance. "Jacob," she finally said, "do iait on my account, after I shall have departed, and joined your loving father, stay in this wretched place. You appeared quite disturbed last evening. This is but a mite of our suffering. Leave when you can and as soon as you can. I shall watch over you." Copyright Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. IN 5700 Abraham Goodman. Shepazd Broad and Rabbi MOIM MM cheloff were listed on the ballots of the nation-wide election of delegates to the World Jewish Congress in June. Locally, the labor ticket led in the polling. Harry Simonhoff was chairman of the Greater Miami Shekel committee which supervised the election. • • • It wasn't only the July sun that made Miami Zionists boil. British terrorism in Palestine and refusal to let refugees enter the Holy Land brought local Zionists into a picket line before the British consulate on July 15. Protest activities culminated ai a mass meeting that night sponsored by 20 local organisationsa "dSon, DENNIS J WiSh A U >K>l And Friij ^ HW NEW Ten MIAMI WHOLE J GROCERY CO 122 N. E. lift &*, | Distributors: SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE |J MIGROCOwJ On Rosh Hashona 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 Hashona MAY THE COMING NEW YEAR BRING TO FRUITION THE HOPES AND PRAYERS OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE ALONG WITH THAT OF ALL MANKIND. 101 E. FLAGLER ST. HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BEACH WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. ESTABLISHED 1902 GREATER MIAMI'S OLDEST SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION



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GFPTEMBE BJ 27, 1946 p. j^ns Honeymoon |gvv Orleans fe, St>5 by Rabbi 1 iSnS Of the Miami •!* renter. The bride kier Ce Mi # 5JH-1 daughter of Mr. and [Louis Wf.nberg of 1735 t n ;,v,.. Miami Beach. I Phyllis Hyman was the L ho norand Mrs. Ed Moore. [i WeTsman. Mrs. A. Was[ ni | Miss Evelyn Tendler fi,,', attendants. groan,, son of Mr. and Lcob Wasserman of 930 Seventh si., was attended %  vm Wasserman, Ed Moore. Ejsman, Stanley Abra.rnor' r J Lester Mandel. The 'uncles. Jack and Nat be.g, were in Miami for the toy. and Mrs. Wafscrman are ers of the F.inanon club of lami Y and both attended X in the north. Mr. WasserC.ivul with the Army for %  rears. *klsl>ihrktfori PAGE SEVEN ZARET ENGAGED JR. LEWENAUER engagement of Miss Rita |e, • ;•; ert A. Lewenauei Iwaukee, was announced by bents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1015 W. 47th st., Miam: at a reception dinner at | rf-Astoria hotel, New last week. The wedding lake place in Miami Beach ne. bride-elect is a graduate liami Beach Senior High and attended the Univerhf Wisconsin before transit to the University of Miami, she is now a senior. A je r of Alpha Epsilon Phi In she will receive her depn journalism in June. Tfiance served as a lieutenl the army air corps, spendJhx months overseas. He is tiajoring in business adminIon at the University of Wisiwhere he affiliated with pmbda Phi fraternity. hi E Alums Meet i Miami alumnae chapter oi Phi Epsilon sorority held ht meeting of the new year pay at the Tropics hotel. Georg t Gerson, national |i ..v.. acted as temr airman during the busihession which was followed I social hour. MR. and MRS. NATHAN GLOSSER Pish All Their Relatives and Relatives |A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SAM H. GOLDMAN AND FAMILY IS.W. 16th Ave., Miami. Fla. ftnd Best Wishes to Their Many Fnends For A Happy Now Year "ere Wishes to All Our pBfvM and Friends for HAPPY NEW YEAR in MR. and MRS. pORGE CHERTKOF and children STANLEY IVAN CAROL FAITH DALLAS JEWRY CONTRIBUTES $25,000 TOWARDS $7,500000 CAMPAIGN OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY In 5700 PLAN PALESTINE NIGHT Pioneer Women's organization, club number two of Miami Beach, will hold a Chalutzo Palestinian night in November, it was announced this week following a meeting at the home of Mrs. Abraham Dorff, club chairman. Time and place of the event will be announced soon. Dr. MordVcai Sollrs, Executive Director of Yesliiva University, receiving check from Ralihi Dr. Israel H. WeUfrlrl, of Dallas, Texas, aluninm of the Yeshiva and eminent spiritual leader of Congregation Sliearilh Israel. More than two-thirds of ihe $25,000 quota accepted by Dallas Jewry, in ronnection with the $7,500,000 Expansion and Endowment Campaign of Yeshivs University, has already heen raised. i The campaign in Dallas in hehalf of Yeshiva University was initiated by Dr. Weisfeld, aided Iiy a Sponsors' Committee of prominent laymen, and is being conducted in cooperation with the local Jewish Welfare Federation of whjch Julius Schcpps is President and Jacob 11. Kravitz, Executive Director. MILL IIOMAX MR. and MRS. MEYER SCHWARTZ and Family WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE FOR County Commissioner HAPPY NEW YEAR 9! wneri 18 NORTH MIAMI AVI Electrical Appliances Phone 9-3197 RABBI RACKOVSKY Newest synagogue at the Beach was Beth Tfilah, Sephardic congregation, which erected its building at 935 Euclid ave. in time for the High Holy Days. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is spiritual leader. 'pBiiMpm S SK V> V *"* Rabbi Joseph 5. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Beit carefor chronic alck, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices mL')r<]f Beautiful GrounillMM Ask for U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7h Avenue MIAMI ^^^^**^*^*^*^^^*^^^*^**^^^^^^*^^* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. (Pali Ptlillcai Ail.) HAPPY NEW YEAR I,_,L. II-I J. BABAD BABAD SPARKLING SELTZER WATER CO. 40 Ocean Drive Miami Beach PHONE 5-3145 MIZELL S I M O N MORTUARY N. W. MistII, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LUBY CHEVROLET CO. TITLE IIBUIAO Comptete 4 n^ndoble Title Serv,ce_ 41 N. L flRST AVENUE TEL I-*" 1 Eitablhhed 20 Yean ml Insurance Potae. by Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer /CHEVROLET 1055 West Flagler Street at 11th Avenue Our New Telephone Number Is 9-6441 i • i M %  i %  I %  %  f\ H ill Mi j j; i • 1 1 "\ j 1 1 •I i t i % 1 1 % t < ; \ ii %  %  .1



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,/' H 5 s > k ^ishlhridliain TbAlariaMy, &pzahny (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) ing the summer at Stevensville Inn. Swan Lake. N. J. They will be at the Ritz Plaza hotel where Mr. Dinnerstein is coowner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn have leit for a month's vacation in Hot Springs, Ark. He is the new owner of the Alcazar hotel Marcia Sue was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kasbin on Sept. 16, in New York. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad, of Miami Beach ... A daughter, Wendy Jane, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rubin on Sept. 15 in Jackson Memorial hospital. Her mother is the former Mi Gussie Sternberg of England Jeffrey Charles was born on Sept. 5 to the Herman Rubins, of 23 Phoenetia ave., Coral Gables Maxine Judith is the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Stotland. She was born in Philadelphia Sept. 16. Her mother is the former Adele Selig, who worked for the AntiDefamation league here COLLEGE CREW Going through the routine of freshman week at Florida State College for Women in Tallahassee this week are the Misses Nina Nelson, Roslyn Blanch, Joan Brick, Gloria Cohen, Lillian Faber, Shirley Gerstein, Edith Golin, Gale Greenbeig, Joan Horowitz, Zelda Katlan, Solomon, Barbara Steig and Audrey Becker, all of Miami Beach Among high school graduates attending the University of Miami are Lurleen Gross, Sylvia Selevan and Gloria Farkas. Miss Jackie Rosen will attend Northwestern university. Miss Sonya D a n b a u m daughter of Ben Danbaum, Rivo Alto island, has enrolled in Miami university after atlending Kemper hall at Kenosha, Wis. • Miss Irene Tucker, daughter of Mrs. Grace Tucker and the late Dr. Joseph A. Tucker, of 8911 Hawthorne ave., left Sunday for the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio. She attended Wesleyan college in Georgia last year and is a violin student of Lacey Coe. Teachers' Institute Gives First Doctor s Degree ~ __ i 111 lilt. iumni iv.ii, < Joyce Keryn, Eda Kohn, Marcia c i asses in public schools, Sable, Ann and Irma Schwartz, Harriet Schwartzman, Arleen Pennsylvanians United In Ceremony at Beach Two Pennsylvan M s.> i,. s. i< r and Louis Levy, wen married Saturday ev< ning at the homo of Rabbi Irving Leh A reception followed at the Beach Plaza hotel. The bride, d ghter ol Mr. and Mi i, A' i am S ifii ol McKi i .-port, Pa., •• by her Gerti iid<. Mr. Levj llian was Mark La Mrs, Levy was graduated from McKeesport Hijjh school and has been working here, He: l>ur.d is night manager of the Beach Plaza hi tel and is thi i f Mr. and Mi.-. San. Lew, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. The couple has gon e to the 'I I i ; and Islands for their honey moon and will make Miami their ionic on their return. Ra ; Edward Hoi wilz of Brooklyn, Now York, received gn < from the 37 year-old T< ai ers' institute oi i J. wish Theological Seminary : exi rcises Sept. lulled oi the Hebrew d< | ment of the Thorn Jefferson H in Ni V rk, Ral I'. Horowitz is the author of "Sippurim Kallim," a reader used in the fourth '.or ; IK brew and •Word Building in Hebrew," I ., h tells ti.e story of th< th and development ol th Hebrew langu; Rabbi Horowitz is ti.e gi son I tl • of the Horowitz Bros, and Margareten bak:.im. Paraguay To Permit Jewish Immigration NEW Y< IRK, One hui in Km pe will entei Paraguay ed ben that South American naand 11IAS ill. in w Sheltering and 1:: I Aid society entativi ling to a %  ai K received bj Abraham Herman. 111AS president. Tl e : epoi' ..i tl at .. majority of the one hundr< %  will : o exp< eti d to • % %  dii < I ultural tasks outnatioi capital, A.-u:.eion. IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Trachtenberg's Kosher Food Market N. KAPLAN H ROTHSTEIN MEAT DEPARTMENT M. BECKER GROCERY DEPARTMENT TRACHTENBERG VEGETABLE and FRUIT DEPARTMENT 1323 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Miss Sperling Selects Double Ring Ceremony Miss Charlotte Sperling and juHus Baida will be married in dcub le .ing ceremony at Bc.tr. racob congregation 7:30 p. m Sunday evening with Rabbi vloses MescheloH officiating. Following a family dinner at !u National hotel, the couple will honeymoon for two weeks in New York and Pittsburgh and will return to Miami to make their home here. The bride-elect, daughter of the William Sperlings of 619 S. W 25 id., will be attended by !„.',• future sister-in-law, Mrs. Louis Ha ida. Miss Sperling att, nded schools in New York. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baida of 705 14 st., Miami Beach, the bridegroom-eleet will be attended by his brother, Louis Baida. He was graduated from Miami Beach High school and served for four years in the Marines. Among the out-of-town guests ,i the wedding will be Mr. and Mis. Julius SimcofI and Mr. and Mrs. A. Kravitz, of Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Greenberg, t New Hampshire. JSSB Members To Vote On Loan Fund Agency BJE Directors To Meet Budget and plans for the year will be discussed by the board ,1 directors of the Bureau of Jewi lucation at 8 p.m. Tuesday tl offices of the Greater Miimi Jewish Federation. Louis an will preside at the meeting, which is the first of the WI ^ *'



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, Tl +Jmht>nuridtor> PAGE NINE ambl t,on to be a rad.o .writer, director, or proI has inspired Miss Marco L to enter the American Uy of Dramatic Arts in Wk on Sept. 29. daughter ol Mrs. ana Mrs. L Schwab of 3086 SJJ EveTshe was active to USO Knment work during the Ken! graduate of Miami t HiRh school, she was a L of l N ational Thes h-onor dramatic society, was iSTStlie Miami High Dradub and was a member i National Forensic league, kry speech society. Recently L lwd third in a national Et declamation tournaf; P on,orcd by the NFL at Lcstern university. Irested in journalism, she [the feature editor of the Li High Times and was a ter of the national Quill and r honorary journalism soils To Cemeteries lor Departed Sunday Lh residents of Miami will their annual pilgrimage to [cemeteries Sunday to honor %  memory of their departed Ives and friends. Rabbis of •orr.munity will be present at temeteries to lead services Iged by the Greater Miami linical association. Ebis Moses Mescheloff, Max pro, Murray Grauer, Colman tna'n. and J' seph Rackovsky |be at the Jewish section of Voodlaun Park cemetery at J :.. Rabbi Shapiro will also L City cemetery at 3:30 1. and Rabbi Zwitman will [the Temple Israel cemetery le Graceland Memorial Park Ip. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman %  officiate at Mt. Nebo cemeIat 2 p.m. Serious Diet Deficiency Noted Among Emigres Refugees arriving in Miami are suffering from a serious diet deficiency, Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service bureau, said this week following receipt of a local doctor's report. Years of imprisonment in concentration camps with little or no food have left their mark on these immigrants, he declared. In order to regain their strength, emigres need specially prepared food. For this purpose room and board facilities are being sought by the bureau. Persons who wish to rent rooms and provide board for refugees should contact Mrs. Camille Guerin at the JSSB office, phone 3-5377. Care of emigres who arrive in the local area is supervised by the Refugee committee of the JSSB. Represented on the committee are JSSB. the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women. SINATRA AIDS U.J.A. Dr. Newman Directed Federal Housing Project New Miamian, Dr. R. B. Newman, will open offices at Lincoln rd. and Washington ave. when the Lincoln building is completed in December. Before moving to Miami Beach with his wife and li ree children, Dr. Newman practiced medicine in Newport News, Va. During the war he directed the Copeland Park project in Newport News, the largest Federal housing project in the country. It housed 35,000 families. A graduate of the University ( f Iowa, he interned at the Illinois Masonic hospital in Chicago. The Newmans live at 4215 Post ave., Miami Beach. HOLD JUNIOR SERVICES Junior Rosh Hashona services of the Bern David eongwregation were neiu Thursday and Friday, under the direction of Louis Gadon, Hebrew instructor. TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Servicemen To Be Guests At BPW Beach Party Servicemen will be guests at the moonlight beach party to be held by the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah at 7 p. m. Saturday. Miss Edyth Fleischer, chairman, announces. The affair will be held on the private grounds of the Normandie hotel, 349 Ocean dr. Private lockers will be provided for those who wish to change into bathing suits. There will be continuous music and dancing all evening. Admission for civilians will be 50 cents and will include refreshments. Next meeting of the division will be held Oct. 14 at the Beach Y. Frank Sinatra, America's -iiminu idol, has served as i h. iifin. ui of a spe* rial United Jewlih Appeal drive eondueled among hoys and girls in summer camps throughout the East. His leadership sent the drive way over the top, with record contributions for the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement of Europe's homeless Jewi>h survivors. In appealing lo the younger generation. Sir. Sinatra said: "I feel that all Americans, of all faiths and of all ages, ought lo do something about the appalling plight of the surviving Jews overseas who are suffering so bitterly from the effects of Nazi slavery and torture." The $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal supports the life-saving programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, relief and rehabilitation agency for destitute Jews overseas; the United Palestine Appeal, which provides for the mass settlement and upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine; and the 'National Refugee Service (United Service for New Americans), which aids newcomers to this country in their adjustment to the American way of life. CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of 515,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. Ull Lincoln Road Vi Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource. Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President FOR RENT Large Room with Double Bed. Southwest Section. Breakfast Privileges. Cal! after 5:30 P.M. Phone 3-2935 Re-opening October 1st Tlie Lear School Morning and All-Day Sessions Nursery through 12th Grades MORNINGS: Outdoor Academic Instruction. Complete Commercial Courses. AFTERNOONS: Music, Art. and Dramatics. Large Private Swimming Pool on Premises. Registration NOW OPEN 1010 West Avenue. M. B. Phone 5-0606 DA R. LEAR, Director Pioneers Since 1914' 1396 N.WJWh Street Awning Prices May Increase While we still have a large supply of material, a shortage is indicated. Better order before prices advance. We store until needed. PHONE 2-1731 FOLDING CHAIRS & TABLES FOR RENT Phone 9-3143 Dr. HERBERT S. LEVIN DENTIST OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 to 5:00 And By Appointment Suite 612-614 DuPont Building MIAMI, FLORIDA for REST CONVALESCENCf .^CHBONICCASEJ 'Sun-Ray Park ealth Resort '///BRAND T^TrfC ooO ALITY // FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by in* FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th ATenu* WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment LAYOUTS You Expect And Of Course You Are Entitled To Honest, Reliable And Intelligent Handling Of Your REAL PROBLEMS SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. Off Coral Way Phones 48-2600-48-2609 I 't i i I If I'l' ^_



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.1' PAGE TEN fJewlst fhrkMan FRIDAY %  S! I J i • JEWISH EDUCATION HOLDS KEY TO RICH FUTURE, YOUTH BELIEVES (••HOW YOUTH FEELS ABOUT JEWISH EDUCATION," "Mien b. Miss Josephine Berm.in, is the second in a senes which The Jew n Floridinn is printing in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education ._ printing in observance of Jewish Education Month.) Only a few years ago Jewish Education was so completely a pail of life itself that it was not even distinguished as such. There was little of any other education. Every Jew, depending of course upon his mental capacity, was educated as a Jew and lived the life of a Jew. However, since the ghetto walls were battered down, at least in regard to economic and educational through the ageless teachings of the prophets. It has educated me along lines of social justice, a trick the world has still failed to catch in two thousand years. It has corrected the old misconception tha only the Jews of old were capable of producing immortal works. It has made me pi. ml of the modern Jew, of his revitalized language, of his flouropportunities, the ishing homeland nursed back to modern Jew has as a general health by eager, loving children, rule endeavored to know success of his contributions m all fields along the lines that his gentile to this society; of his capacity neighbors pursued it. He was to suffer and remain normal of greatly concerned with being achis ability to seek light where cepted by his neighbors ... all there lv darkness, of his phases of his life. strength and immortality; he is It r kb r s i £ %  -i-iJSASTSSid fore he realized that no mattei ., ... i. never feel were it not for the how carefully he might try to „ i %  I, kr.owledg ( i f niv people, imitate his friends and conceal ., u-A' „ f his identity he could never hope to be fully accepted. Thus, first from a negative approach and then from a positive, did the modern Jew begin to know himself and be himself. The negative influence was his rejection to the gentile world. The positive influence sprang from the knowledge and the understanding of his priceless heritage. T day the average American Jewish youth finds himself in a bewildering position, particularly %  lers are American born. On all sides he is influenced by American culture, and though he may be eagei to contribute and participate fully, he is not permitted to do so. He must live in harmony with American law and custom but must seek full spiritual expression through his Jewishness. The public school system is largely responsible for rmi r; the latter he must lire through Jewish Education. Evi ry youth in the process of socialization seeks to identify to attach himself to a gmup and act through il as a member ofs ociety. Thus WE an BOTH Americans and Ji ws But to identify oneself merely in name is not sufficient. efore it ..totally inadequate say, ''I am a Jew,'" and never and feel a deep connection with the Jewish group. Jewish Education has bound me firmly with the bonds of spiritual security to the group into which I was born. It has given me an insight into the future in relation to the deeds of the past; an understanding of the progress of mankind The idol breakers of ancient times, the ghettos of newer times, the renaissance of today present a tremendous challenge to the modern Jewish youth. He can either rise to greater heights than ever before in preserving peace and justice, or he can fall to spiritual ingnominy to be trodden upon by the ruthless like an animal with no heritage. The final test lies in a choice of whether he will seek the spiritual nourishment and wealth offered in Jewish education or whether he unknowingly chooses to die of starvation. The youth of every generation has recognized its treasure. The The diligent and wise have passed it on; the weak have passed it up. We, the newest generation of youth recognize in Jewish education the key to our prowess of the future—and what is more, a mighty spirit, six million strong, is guiding us. 731 C/ TtfGUST BROS Ryc£ *T Is the HE ST.* 0 Calling Garment Micjrs., Laundries. Cleaners, Tailors. Dressmakers! BUTTONS??? For All Purposes PRESSING ROOM SUPPLIES. HANGERS. PINS. NEEDLES. SCISSORS. SHEARS Phone 2-5590 FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 162 W. Flaqler Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS! Paramount Poultry lo. 237 N. W. Fifth Street Specializing In Live I'oullrv KOSHER KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT SHOCHED AVAILABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS MONDAY. TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY UNTIL NOON Also a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables %  i l L T'S 41st STREET FLOWER SHOP FRESH FLOWERS DAILY Creators & Decorators Weddings A Specialty Phone 5-7527 tji Lawyers Appointed Herbert U. Keibelman WM named head of the Florida constitutional convention, and Samuel J. Kanner. head of the membership and finance committee. by William (;. Lane, newly elected president of the Dade County Bar association, this week. RABBI DAVID RAAB Ft. Lauderdale Extends to All Jewry Best Wishes for the Coming Year RABBI AND MRS. SAUL B. APPELBAUM EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 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. MURRAY GRAUER Extend Best Wishes To the Members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Its Sisterhood and Affiliates and to All Israel for a Year of PEACE AND JOY RABBI AND MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend lo all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR IN LOVING MEMORY of their dear departed husband and father LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN called to hit eternal rest October 1. 1938 Mrs. Ethel Rothlein AND SONS RABBI AND to. %  ~ M0SES M ESC^ DaUqh,er >R,J Da ^lJo tt rt wish all J*. as *si 0,flce of Beth 2 NEW Yn RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO DAUGHTER AND SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR RA BBlANDMfc COLMAN A.: AND FAMILY w 'sh for the NJ Temple Israel and ) Groups and to All jjS SINCERE WISHES J A Happy and Prosa N E W YEi 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 1 RABBI AND MB. 1 ALBERT MlCHAEll| Extend Best Wiita 1 To All of Jewry 1 For a Year ol 1 JOY AND BLESSHcJ ll> 'i' I RABBI AND MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY AND SONS Extend Best Wishes to CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH And Its Auxiliary and lo Kiel Yisrael for a KSIVA CHISMA TOVAH 1 CANTOR and MIS ABRAHAM FRIEMI extend to all Jewry, a particularly the olfaru members of Beth M Congregation, sincere 1 heartfelt wishes for A Happy and Prospe^ NEW YEAH $ RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL AND FAMILY WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A Happy and Healthy New Year CANTOR and MBS MAURICE MAMCH TAMRA ELAINE. WILLIAM and VAlJ wish for all Jewrj A HAPPY NEW Tfl 1 IT IS OUR WISH FOR EVERYONE THAT THE NEW YEAR WILL BE A A CONTINUANCE OF HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY MR. and MRS. George S. Okell



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SEPTEM BER 27, 1946 ier Training Class Second Year in its ..end year, the training program of the ot Jewish Education is ., young men and women bne qualified instructors Sunday schools, A. P. executive director of the L this week. |l, e cooperation of affih| the bureau this year r urse of study which | Jewish h:tory, the Bible Joshua to *he Latter caching methods, cusU'ceremonies and current urges are advanced a coll" ge level. I for the class, apmust have been Conor have an equivalent [education. Persons interI the new class may apply ling the bureau, phone teacher's (raining group B s organized last year is [ [vanced work every ey evening at the office of Jen ii. Irving Lehrman is cnairthe bureau's committee ier training. ^JewisliFhridrfojn Library Offers llies To Teachers rf local religious are urged to take adgical material reau of Jewish the Congress g. A. P. Gannes, executive of the BJE, announced ek. lies nf the library, which numen %  ..I ooks of genPAGE ELEVEN ROBERT R NATHAN, forme, deputy director of the OflW of \Tar Mobilization and Reconversion ..„.l top economic ruu n n i i authored th e rerrntly published "P.le.linc P, ,, 1 f JJ IBM a (.roup of New York Jewish 1... r a a "„. „ "'''. "'' lr '"" (above, ..id -Palestine ha,,,„„,, JJ JtfjEMRtSlftK ee. who can be absorbed completely into .he J ew |,h Community', produrtiv* ASSAI W a>ea af "' r ''"' ir a,l ,i i %  THE UNITED PAI ESTINE e£*?*k.. Participating agency in the UNITED JEWISH APPEAI'. $100,000,000 campaign, sponsored ,.,„ dinner under th ch.irmaS. Samuel H.usman. New York in.u,tri.lfci and chairman of ,1,, I I 1'' \ • New York Board (seated at Mr. Nathan's left). Mr. Nathan also stressed the importance of increasing contributions so .thai the absorption and resettle, went of Jewish refugees in Palest ine ran be. developed and expanded. erai Jewish content, are also I Desertion Bureau Seeks available to the public, he said. William Freeman New books mcv be ordered mcv be through the bureau. Recent additions to th? library include Sholom Aleichem's "The Old Country," Dr. Joshua Loth Leibman's "Peace of Mind," Jo Sinclair's "Wasteland," Gladys Schmidt's "David the King" and Robert Nathan's "Palestine— Problem and Promise." Large Palestine wall maps maybe purchased at the bureau. Harry Simonhoff is chairman of the library project. NATIONAL RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN BREAKFAST — LUNCH — DINNER Delicacies to Take Home BO S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-9305 CLOSED WEDNESDAYS st Wishes for the New Year JSorc/ens DAIRY PRODUCTS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON fi GARAGE, 170 N. E. First Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL T& D TRADING GO. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF BEER r£ R DOELGER'S LAMBIC BEER N W Fir st Avenue Phone 9-9815 Information is being sought concerning William Freeman on behalf of his wife, Lucille, who has not received any support from him since Octi ber, 1945, at which time he was discharged rom the ai Due to ill health and unemoli yment, Mrs. Freeman now inds herself in d."Derate need f his aid. Freeman was horn in Kew York in 1903, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, weighs 155 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes, is partially bald and at one time was in the millinery business. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion bureau, 57 West 47 St., New York city. : DRINK PLENTY OFVMfcureJ DELIVEPTEO TO ; YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c i Plus Botlli Dtpoiitl. „. %  PHONE 2-4.128 VENETIAN BLINDS "A Product of Craftsmen" We are now prepared io offer prompt service on blinds, both new and re-conditioned. Why not place your order today? Have Your Old VENETIAN BLINDS RE-PAINTED New Tape New Cord with Drapery Cornices HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. 122 N. E. 6th St Ph. 3-5174 Wedding Invitations and Announcements For the Most Particular Bride Distinctive Monogrammed Stationery Informals Visiting Cards Birth Announcements FIVE-DAY SERVICE ON ALL SOCIAL WORK i MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2215-25 Collins Avenue yj EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL STEWART'S JUVENILE FURNITURE and TOYS 1645 Meridian Avenue Phone 5-6928 Just off Lincoln Road SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ttj COULTON BROS. SERVICE STATION and GARAGE 840 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2244 GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS George "DUXHILL" Adler 115 N. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-5477 •t l ?! i i If



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PAGE TWELVE +Je*istiftorkttan FRIDAY, CENTER SELECT CHAIRMEN Mrs. William Jasie was appointed chairman o f the installation luncheon committeeof Sisterhood of the Miami Beacii Jewish Community Center at a special meeting last Thursday. Others on the committee are Mrs. N. H. Hankoff, Mrs. Sam Lipton and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg. Other committee appointments made by Mis. Joseph Rose, president of the Sisterhood, are Mrs Joseph Berman, cochairman of life membership; Mrs. William Feurer, representative to the Jewish Federation; Mrs. Gei rgC Goldberg, religious school. Mrs. Samuel Oka, social seen tary and chairman of the Sunday morning breakfasts; Mrs. Ira Walsey and Mrs. Seymour Rul in, visiting the sick; Mrs. B. B. Wolfe, hospitality and publications; and Mrs. Arthur Klein, membership chairman. Final plans for the installation luncheon will be announced at the first regular board meeting to be held Monday. Oct. IT. Mrs. Irving Lehrman is in charge of the program f< r tile affair. Hollywood Center Holds Rosh Hashona Services Rabbi Max Kaufman is conducting traditional Rosh Ha sei vic< at the Jewish. Community Center of Hollywood this week. Cai ic Jacol i N< w York cl ants the servi i Cant, r Jac ibson is a graduate i f the Petersburg Conservatory of Music of Russia and has served n manj in Gei many tl e United States. Rabbi Kaufn an will .-peak on "Education in tl i Modern World" at evening services Friday. HEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. V>' Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED .. GUARANTEED WORK No Job Too Large or Too Small Estimates Cheerfully Given Tome' p710 S. W. 12th AV. MlAMI-i "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" s. WE Of FIC1ALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly Futmthtd on Reque) lli<* Joint Di-trilmtiiin Committee, major American agency iiiilmi: dittreMcd Jews oversea*. Throughout the continent the J.D.C operates or ItlbveiMf ninety r llie J.D.(..' relief, reliabilitalion and emigration activities are provided by contributions \n the U. S. lo the United JewUh Appeal. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY FLORIDA UPHOLSTERY SUPPLY CO. 808 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-1733 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR NEIL BERK AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SCHIFF'S MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. W. 8th Street MR. and MRS. I. L. MINTZER AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach'' Chase Avenue at Forty-tirst Street £' A PRAYER THAT 5707 WILL BRING ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY TO ALL MANKIND iji dl III !!!:;!!!!!!! THE MIAMI BEACH RAILWAY COMPANY Extends greetings on the HOLIDAY SEASON and may the New Year 5707 bring all of our friends and patrons much Happiness is our sincere wish.



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SK^^^^*^*J^^^^^?^ !" *^5a ss^a^-^-f?^: ^TEMB g_27, 1946 ^JenMhncridliati PAGE THIRTEEN iptween You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. r PREDICTIONS: Lt in the habit of makr • But I have hjctions. • • eui Lving so many inquiries Li I believe will be the f 0 f the conference on L that I feel I we inUaders an answer. I L do not think that e.-en fjcws participating fa ffercnce a real Jewish K as desired by the Kncy. will emerge from fcv. But I am also not entirely pessimistic as to the result of the conference. All that can be predicted it that some kind of solution of the Palestine problem will be imposed on both Jews and Arabs, even though they will, no doubt, protest against it. It is common knowledge among Zionist leaders that Foreign Secretary Bevin, the "bad boy" of the British Cabinet, but also its strongest man, is ambitious to have on record that he solved the Palestine problem one way or another. And all indications point to the fact that he means to have it solved very soon. American Zionist leaders are of the opinion that the Jewish Agency executive has yielded too much ground in the negotiations on joining the conference. They believe therefore, that even with Jewish participation, the London parley may result in "a little ^ improved" fcderalization plan "and nothing more" ... Of course, the U.S. Government may also influence the situation, even though it is taking no direct part in the conference. American official aid. however, will be sought by the Zionists only after Britain agrees to partition. It will then be a question of getting the best possible partition terms, and in this respect the United States may play a useful role. • • • ROSH HASHONAH WISHED If anybody "needs" really good wishes for the new Jewish year, it is the displaced Jew in Europe. The number of the Jewish DP's in the camps is constantly growing and is expected to reach about 200,000 within another two months. This means that even if 100,000 are admitted to Palestine, as requested by President Truman, there will still be 100,000 left in the camps. And from hints dropped in official quarters, as well as information available in Jewish circles doing relief work abroad, the indications are that—under the best of circumstances—it will take at least three years to clear the Jewish refugees from the camps. This is a dismal perspective for those who suffered most under the Nazis. The worst part of the picture is the fact that during the coming year the displaced persons will pass from UNRRA supervision to that of the International Relief Organization now planned by the United Nations. Which means no improvement at all for those who will have to remain in the camps. Already certain governments have indicated that while they contributed funds to finance the activities of UNRRA, they don't intend to do so for the (Continued on Page 14) To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" u Mrs. Charles Adelman. Lughter, Harriet, and (Son. Henry Ted |U1 Their Relatives and Friends I HAPPY NEW YEAR j^dMrs. R. RAdler |All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR [DarioT Adlerblum and Family I All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR nd Mrs. Sam Alexander and Sondra All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family 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. William Clein Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beck and Daughters 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 lorrif and Anne Alpert and Family | All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR nd Mrs. Henry C. Apple and Family All Their Relatives and Friends ; HAPPY NEW YEAR I and Mrs. Jack Apt* and Family All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR i and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR nd Mrs. Samuel AronoTitx and Family All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. William H. Bernstein and Family 4565 N. Bay Road Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen 2220 S. W. 19th Terrace Wish AH 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. 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. 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. William N. Berson and Family 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. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hisenstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Happy) Freilich Wish AH 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. Leon Elkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer and son, Phillip Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman and Family Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes 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 nd Mrs. Samuel Aronstein ind Family All Their Relatives and Friends |A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Jack August and Family All Their Relatives and Friends |A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block and Family 2164 S.W. 16th Terrace Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B R and Mrs. Joseph Babad and Family 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 Bodenslein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YE AR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon and Family 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. Marx Feinberg. Geralyn and Jan Harvey Wi.-h 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. Samuel A. Fulerfas and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Feldman and son, Mark Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Milton Feldman Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Morris L. Cowen and Family Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MTT^TMTTArthur D. DeGutz Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MTTridl^sTGe^gTATDiamond and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEWJYEAR and Mrs. Morris Bain fi Al! Their Relatives and 1 Friends [A HAPPY NEW YEAR • d Mrs. Raymond Bain and Family r All Their Relatives and I A „ Fr >ends [AHAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR___ Nt.lBdMA David Brooks and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEWJYEAR | w ,. Mu *> Balaban ITS'*S Her Fri.nda A HAPPY N£W YEAR Mr. nd M". Ljwto Brown Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW_YEAR ~M7^dTMr.. Henry Sulbin ,nd Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends .,_._ A HAPPY NIW YEAR ~M71nd~Mrs. Samuel Dickson and Family Wi • i %  i iii •i %  ni SBBB ^BBHKHN % 



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i I PAGE FOURTEEN %  J fewisf ncridian B E T W E E N YOU AND WlE (Continued from Page 13) 'International Belief Organization. And the UN Economic Council, now meeting in New York, is having great difficulty in settling the question of how the budget of the International Relief Organization is to be met. Even governments which did not bluntly announce that they would not contribute to the new organization are urging that the budget should be covered to a large extent from German reparations. Therefore: While many of the displaced Jews seem to be condemned to spend three or more years in the DP carsps, the prospect for improved conditions in the camps is rather a very gloomy one. They are losing UNRRA, but what the future 'holds for them under the new organization is something wi.i.h gives ground for pessimistic feelings rather than for optimistic hopes for the New Year. • • • JEWISH ART: Jewish art is as old as the Jewish people. We find it is in the days of Moses, when the Jews were still wandering in the desert. Bczalel. the first Jewish artist, chosen by Moses to build the Tabernacle, is described in the Bible as a man of "skill, knowledge and ability in every craft," able not only to "create artistic works," but also to instruct others. "Both to him and Ohollab the Lord had given skill to do all kinds l f artistic worksthai of the engraver, the artisan, the worker in materials and the creator of beautiful things, Moses told the wandering Isrealities • Since then much has been created In Jewish art through the W< up to the modern times of Marc Chagall, Max Weber and ,.,. i.,te Samuel Hirszenberg, whose Classic painting. "Wanderers" acquired by the Berlin Jewish Museum in pre-Nazi times, could well have served as a contemporary picture of Jewish dep nat.ons during the Nazi period But while Jewish art has a iong history, it had never been written. The gap has now been ably filled by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in publishing Fi tnz Landsbcrger's "A History af Jewish Art" ... Dr. Landsbergv r. whor. I met 1.. Berlin when he was director of the I Jewish Museum before he came to the United States, is certainly : best qualified to have written such a volume. He spent many I years in research in the field of Jewish art and is also an expert in art in general. The author answers the quesi tion of whether there is such a thing as Jewish art with a fine ; analysis of the problem, followed i by facts concerning the development of Jewish art from the days [ of the Bible until present times. 1 Of great interest are his chapj ters on Jewish art in the synaI gogue and at home, throwing ^^gTD^, 27, • IN 5706 a '3anix. ioni """*.*I nobili Xed a 'ooL and clothing drive under the general chairmanship 0 f Mrs. Monte Se1'9Town chairman was Mrs. Ben Essen and the Beach teader was Mrs. Jack J. Falk. ** %  ttl| | light on Jewish traditioM. ofwha-havenolo.-.ge/ by our young generat^rS v "' um richly illustratet T To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser Sadigo Court Apts. 334—20th Street, Miami Beach 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 ThenRelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman and Family 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. Max Goldstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY JNEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin and daughters 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. Paul L. Greene Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Henry and Ethel Greenbaum Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF.AK Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Grundwerg and sons Moses J. and Saul Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Abraham Halperin Wishes All his Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert Family, and son, Stanton Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR K L Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Liebrvman Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton and Family Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow 551 N. E. 69th Street Wish A'l Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton and Family Mr. and Mrs Samuel M. Kintein and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William H. Koblenx Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby and Family Wish their relatives and friends Mr. Harry Koretsky and Son Walden, N.Y. Wish All Their Relatives and friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR a Happy and Prosperous New Year brightened by the safe return of their loved ones. M Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Reverend tc Mrs. Joseph Malek and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Vint* and Family Wish All Their Relative, J Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. y n | and Family Wish All Their Relatives all Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR N Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and son, Jimmy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon 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. Charles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. L. J. Hartz Wishes All her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman and Family W h All Then Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ben F. and Ruth K. Herts Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes~ and son Seymour Wish All Thei, 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. Jack M. Kurshan 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. Louis Margulies Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Alyce Mayne Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY N EW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison and Family Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and sons Wish Al! 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 Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Fi :ends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk and Family Wish All Their Relative! and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie and Sons 3114 Prairie Avenue Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Levine and Family Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Joe Mechlow Wishes His 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 Rabbi Albert and Julia Michels of Hillel Foundation Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nevy and Family Wish All Their Relatives all Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAS Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives ail Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olipbaat | and Son Wish All Their Relatives ui| Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR" Mrs. Ida Optner Wishes All Her Relatives aid| Friends A HAPPY NEW TEN Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Orlamk, j Wish All Their Relatives ani| Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Pala, "M Daughters. Marcia and MJ Wish All Their Relatives a* J Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Bernard PaW and Daughter Wish Al! Their Relatives* Friends A HAPPY NEW JEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller 1426 S. W. 1st Street Mr. and Mrs. Moses PaM and Family Wish All Their Relative* Friends A HAPPY NEWJEA^ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peari and Family ,. Wish All Their Retatam Friends A HAPPY NEWJ^L Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Miller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Jack Miller and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR : %  %  Mrs. Sophie Miller and Family 1919 S. W. 17th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR "M7. and Mrs. l,W and Family Wish All Their *** Friends 8 nd Family WishAlltirRelah-a. Friends Wish Al! Ti'"J*" Friend._, % 



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I CFPTEMBE R 27, 1946 ^JewUlhfhrSdlar, "sholem Lodge Shorts NEWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI B'RITH f By CHARLES R. JACOBSON trustees and memtleman-farming. bfltalMn od e e B nai Florida soi1, eh like r Sholem ,cnd to all their friends £5* deliberations fcurc the benevolence of its kU p oviMons to all mankind [another Rosh Hashona has | we u-tanned Ben B'rith is Treasurer Abe Kronen. fccently returned from Henvillc, N.C., %  in some where he enB experimental genNothing Abe? Received in the mail-bag: card from Ml. ana Mrs. Alex S. Cohen up in coo-o-ol Canada. The C's are due back Oct. 1st. Sam Silver has a magic touch —and it works on the telephone, too! It was a real treat to hear "southern Sam" take som e of our delinquent brothers to task—and, better still, it was gratifying to see their dues arrive in the next mail! Nice going, S.S! In keeping with th e purposes of the committee on public affairs to inform Sholem lodge (and the community) on matters of current interest, John Kroncnfeld, chairman, announces that Congressman-eVct George A. Smathers will address the lodge 0.1 Oct. 8th 8:15 p.m. at the Women's dub. Subject will be: "Legislation for Democracy." Ben B'riths and their guests will get an unusual preview of the liberal legisator's programs. Don't miss this one. Someone suggested that the committee on public affairs shorten their dignified title to "COPA" to conserve space in this column and in future news ses. So be it: Here's to COPA —and, lest we forget the men responsible for the splendid I Palestine debate-meeting a few I weeks ago—here they are, for a I curtain-call: Chairman, John Kronenfeld! Gilbert J. Balkin, Sidney Aronovitz, Abe Aronovitz, C. R. Jacobson, Robert Levin, Wallace Maer, Ray Nathan, Sydney Hollander, Daniel Satin, Elry Stone, Fred K. Shochet, Jerome Weinkle. Bill Pallet has sparked the Friday lui'.cheon programs with a splendid group of speakers: Oct. 4th, Jack Kofoed; Oct. 11th, Charles Leyden, real estate editor of the Miami News; Oct. 18th, Judge Ross Williams. The women of Sholem lodge are to be complimented on their highly successful luncheon-party at Victor's Drum. President Dena Goldman and the program committee outlined their work for the year, which includes a comprehensive vets' hospital service program. Orchids to those ladies (they preferred to remain anonymous) who bake those delicious birthday cakes for our disabled boys at the Pratt General hospital. All members of Sholem lodge are notified to read, carefully, the October issue of the Lodge News Bulletin. Names of delinquents to be removed from our rolls, wil be listed (Is your name there?) George J. Talianoff's splendid editorial in the Miami Beach Sun Tropics became the subject of a District No. 5 memorandum recently. Text of the article recommended George's concept of good public relations, urged other lodges to "look and learn." B'nai B'rith is rightfully proud of their Florida director of the Anti-Defamation league. T o All We Say "A M o s t Happy New Yea r // T he Pont Family I A il Their Relatives and Friends HAPFY NEW YEAR f a nd Mrs. Henry Rabin and Family t All Their Relative! and Friends HAl'l'V NEW YEAR L ard Mrs. J. S. Rabin and Daughter, Roslyn All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Pearl Raidman les AJ1 Her Relatives and Friends 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 Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seillin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Max Rappaporl All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR nd Mrs. Morris Rappaport 1 All Tlu ir Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ir. and Mrs. Sam Ravitx and Daughter fi All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Harry Rayyii and Family (: AH Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Ir. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard and Family |h All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR MM. Ethel Rothlein 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 Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin 2420 Flamingo Drive 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 Mrs. Jean D. Seitlin and Daughter, Shirley, and Son, Emanuel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family 1672 Jefferson Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Israel ShapoH and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ Mr. and Mrs. Saul Sherman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and sons Dickie and Josh 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. S. J. Spector and Family 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. Weintraub and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss 39 West Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weiss Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weiizman 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 and Mrs. I. L. Reisman and Family Ih Ail Tr.eir Relatives and J Friends |A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Salmon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR f, and Mrs. J. A. Richler and Family H All Their Relatives and J Friends [A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Philip Romer and Family ft. All Their Relatives and Friends IA HAPPY NEW YEAR ft and Mrs. Harry Rose and Family sh All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Pfc and Mrs. Joseph Rote and Family s All Their Relatives and Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg and Daughter Miriam Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF,AR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro and Family 21 Ocean Drive Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone 2128 S. W. 3rd Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Strome and sons Richard 8c Leslie 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. Ben Silver and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr! and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Family Wisli 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. Sol Schimmel Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR *• and Mrs. Harry Rosen and Family All Their Relatives and L Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg and Family Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEWJYEAR Mr. and Mr7~Harry Schwart* and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman and Patricia and Fredrick 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. Joseph H. Syman and Family Wish All Their 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. Nat L. Williams and Family 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 Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel 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. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wucher and son, Raymond Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. L. Schwarts 1040 Sixth Street Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A. HAPPY NEW YEAB MFTanTMrT. D. Singer 1726 S. W. 10th Street Wish Al! 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 Mr7 and Mrs. W. D. (Bill) Singer 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. Joe Zalis and Family Wish Al! 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. Louis Zeientx 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 The Zissen Family Wish Al! Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick and Son, Michael Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR I i • I 1 ; 1 1 ,* t



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PAGE SIXTEEN vJenlshflorldten FRIDAY. i • I • : i %  SOMBER, West Palm Beach Greets You TO ALL WE WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. NOAH SCHOCOFF LIUIAN and JACKIE MR. and MRS. MORRIS SHEIR AND SON Extend Greetings and Bi->t Wisl cs to All Their Friends For the New Year MR. and MRS. JOSEPH SCHUPLER and FAMILY Wish for All Their Friends A Healthy and Fruitful NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Jewish Friends DAN KUMARJCH FLORIDA WINES AND LIQUOR STORE 205'^ ClemaJis NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS Compliment* of MORRIS MOSS and Family A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS MRS. S. GALLICK AND FAMILY MRS. E. WACKSMAN WISHES ALL HER FRIENDS AND ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. J. H. LESSER ana Son. Sheppard Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. AL MOSS AND FAMILY Extend Best Wishes for the New Year lo Our Many Good Friends MR. and MRS. DAVE KATZ AND DAUGHTERS Extend Heartiest Good Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year DR. and MRS. CARL N. HERMAN EXTEND NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO WEST PALM BEACH JEWRY AND ESPECIALLY TO TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL A. JAMES Formerly of James Linen Shop. Sends Hearty New Year Greetings to His Friends and All Jewry MR. and MRS. JOE SPITZER AND SON EXTEND NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ALL JEWRY MR. and MRS. MARTIN DUBBIN AND FAMILY Exti i d Best Wishes for the New Year to All Their Friends MR. and MRS. FRANK BAYER Extend Best Wishes Tc All For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Friends and Patrons a Most Happy New Year MR. and MRS. MAX GREENBERG Son, George, and Daughter, Yetla RABEI and MRS. MANUEL GREENSTEIN AND FAMILY ill X Extend Heartiest New Year Greetinqs to Temple Beti El and All Israel ill Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friend:: and Patrons Southern Dairies MILK and ICE CREAM As Near to You As Youi Phone SOUTHERN DAIRIES duct. >nd Ice Cream AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MB CIIAU MRS. ANNA DAVIDSON JACK and FAMILY DOC. HARRIS and FAMILY Wish AM Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. TOM SMITH ETHEL and SAMON Extend Hearty New Year Greetings lo All Their Former Customers MRS. SALZMAN AND BARASH FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. I. ROTHMAN AND FAMILY Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOE GOLD and Daughter, Marion of P.ilm Beach and Belle Qlade EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY MR. and MRS. SCHWARK AND FAMILY Wish Their Friends and All Jewry A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR L'SHONOH TOVOH TEKUSEVEH A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. LEVIN AND SON, IRA MLZELL-SIMON MORTUARY To All Our Jewish Friends: A New Year Replete with Happiness and the Fulfillment ol Your Dearest Wishes tt N. W. MIZELL C. K. SIMON LAWRENCE S. FAVILLE It Is Our Wish That The Now Year Be One Qf HEALTH HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY LFA DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MR. and MRS. O. P. GRUNER AND FAMILY Extend New Year's Greetings to All Jewry and Friends MR. and MRS. HARRY METZ and Son, Pfc. STANLEY (in Yokohama) MR. and MRS. MAURICE CRYSTAL y Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JACOB GLASSER Extend Greetings To Their Friends and All Jewry and Wish Them a Happy and Fruitiul Year •ndlunil, L HEL R n AL ^ l "ELD ||^| Fnend, J^ %  I 1 M R. and MBa SH> PEPPER. AND DAUGHIQ|| Wish Their Friufc, AH Jewry A HAPPY ADD PROSPEROUS NEW! MR. andMK, HARRY A. LB I AND FAMILY Extend Hearty Gn To Their Friends all All Jewry For A | HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW! LAINHART & POTTH ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUTLDEBS | Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fk MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK AND SON JOE Wish for All Their Relatives and Hundred* ol FriM*| WEST PALM BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR OUR SINCEREST' FORANEWYHM REPLETE WITH HEA| AND HAPPINESS SIDNEY H. Owner and Operator "Memorials of Distinction" WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OFl ^ FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVER* All Style, of Hebrew Utterin, You Need No Longer Wait 8 to 10 Your Monument Showroom: 3279 S. W. 8th Street m



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^|!§?p3!ass^?^ SEPTEMBERJ^IS^ [ E MARTYRS' HYMN-EXPRESSION FAITH IN THE RETURN TO ZION Aoee a*ln a%  >•• ftnet at• un P ** aaa meUl" •* 6# vet-M on-nl-on •-fee-a BOft-aW-aon &ee B>asin bevet-as agOa jH noB-elli .Mb be-ee-a ha-BoB-eni-Qcn o-r.se aaaBin *. nee B&Bin Bnet a-aln ftnee Bftftair. 'e-ou-ncn aMlay •*"> *•ret-u IMHMU-act beree-u P-lol>'h-ftH a-nee sftln Te-aT r air pee abavis-aay•* %  kol Mb ft* nee aaln taf 1 pftft ahajrio-aft-oy-J to kol sab S. H. OKONNEFF 126 S. W. 16th Avenue /ithes the R.ibbi and Congrelatrcn of the Miami Jewiah Orthodox Congregation a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR |A HAPP? NEW YEAR BEN NIREN of EXTERMINATING CO. FLORIDA STATE I Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-0219 lr. & Mrs. George Rachlin and daughters IIRLEY ANN A BARBARA SUE and the National Cleaners PHONE 4-4661 Extend Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES y> A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR y | Ac K CARLTON Dance Studios ^SAILLES HOTEL W5 Collins Avenue AUGUST BROS HyJ. V Is the BtST.' T. MR. and MRS. M. LUNDY and LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Ave. EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS and RELATIVES ^JmbMhrtdfiair! SIXTEEN (A) Rapidly spreading in the DP camps in Europe, in Palestine, and in many communities in the United States is the Jewish Martyrs' Hymn, ANI MA'AMIN. The Hymn has as its text a paraphrase of Article XII of Maimonides' Thirteen Principles of Faith. The melody was first brought to Palestine by Yossel Ostrovtzer, a survivor of the Warsaw ghetto. The musical score (reproduced at the left) and the story of th e mystic melody's origin, revealing the psychic conditions of the survivors and pointing up the healing quality of their hope for a Return to Zion, were presented to American Jewry in a recent issue of LAND AND LIFE, a national magazine published by the Jewish National Fund under the editorship of William Z. Spiegelman. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Now In Our New Location P&tdma mfotos Swfo foe. 1019-21 FIFTH ST.,. MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA American Jewish Congress Miami Beach Women's Division Wish Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR DENIS P. QUITTNER D. D. S. 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach $ WISHES ALL HIS PATIENTS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes For A Very HAPPY NEW YEAR i l HYLAN KOUT and Family MIAMI BEACH Nathan Straus-DuParquet, Inc EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 1100 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-0861 Baron de Hirschl.Meyer EXTENDS TO HIS MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS SUBLEY'S RESTAURANT 700 West Flagler Street THE BEST FOR LESS FAMOUS FOR ITS STEAKS, SEAFOODS AND CHOPS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALLL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST 15400 N. E. 6th Avenue North Miami Phone 7-6242 SEASON'S GREETINGS ICE CIGARETTE SERVICE, INC. 9709 N. E. 2nd Ave. CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES A Service Institution Phone 7-4622 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332 I CAFETERIA 1450 Collins Avenue WISHES TO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ty NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER HOFFMAN'S %  1 1 1 1 1 J I n ; *1 i %  '1 i ; I v : ; t ,s' .* j u ;j •• %  1 %  %  Li 1 • i < 1 • a • 2 1 %  %  he • %  %  (



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. SIXTEEN (B) # JewistncrMten %  FRIDAY, SI FEDERATION BDDGETERS DECIDE WHERE LOCAL WELFARE MONEY GOES One of the biggest jobs behind the scenes of the coordinated Federation-hospital campaign is the task of deciding which causes shall get how much of Greater Miami Jewry s welfare funds. That's the responsibility of the Federation budget committee which is this year under the chairmanship of Herbert Scher. By December, the committee hopes to have its work ready for the approval oi Federation's board of directors. Typical of the many applies tions which the committee will study at its weekly meetings is that of the American Association for Jewish Education. With a national budget of $150.000 for 1947. the association is seeking $1,000 from Federation. Last year it received $250 from the local area. In its application, the association submitted a description of its total estimated expenditures for the year 1946 with a breakdown of budgetary items, including the actual expenditures from Jan. 1 to June 30. 1946, and the estimate for the remainder of the year. Total expenditures are estimated at $74,310.54. The budget committee also requests information concerning next year's operating expenses and current assets and liabilities. Increase in the 1947 budget is necessitated by the association's plan to improve its educational consultation service in various communities, to intensify the activities of its departments of personnel, research and education, Mark Eisner, president of the national service agency for Jewish educati' n, wrote Federation. With the application came a brief statement of the history and objectives of the agency, its functions and the special problems anticipated for 1947. Working with bureaus of Jewish education throughout the country, the association is helping local communities to Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 519 Washington Avenue Phone 5-1197 y NEW YEAR GREETINGS RE-MARK CHEMICAL CO.. Inc. 2956 N. W. N. River Drive Manufacturers of GUARANTEED BUG-GO PRODUCTS Bug-Go Spray, Fly-Go Spray Bug-Go Powder Bug-Go Plant and Garden Spray At All Leading Grocery, Drug and Hardware Stores DAVID MARKS organize and improve their religious education structures. Research, experimentation and publication of pedagogical material, as well as training and selecting personnel for educational institutions are among the features of its activities. It is the assoi iation wl ich sponsors the annual observance of Jewish Education Month. A representative of the association will appear before the budget committee when a hearing on its epplication. Similar budgetary procedure is fi llowed by other organizations seeking local funds. MRS. LEON GARDNER And Son, Lloyd, T Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends T .17015 George Chertkof. then president of the Miami Y, served a* chairman of the Y's building fund drive for $200,000 in December. With new property purchased, cleared and ready for construction at S. W. 15th ave. and Sixth si., the Y will conclude its drive in November under the chairmanship of Leo Ackerman. "•-'** %  nor,: • ;sj NEW VE ;^ LEO ACKERMAN Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. H. R. MECHLOWITZ MARTIN and PHYLLIS v RABBI and MRS. AVIGDOR GOLDEN and FAMILY Extend Their Best Wishes for a HIPPY. HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally. MR. and MRS. ELI HURWITZ AND FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l 11 T BEACH GLASS & MIRROR CO. 2600 N. W. 36lh Street Phone 3-7041 EVERY TYPE OF GLASS AND GLASS SERVICE MR. and MRS. LOUIS BLOCK and Family Wish All Their Friends In Greater Miami A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW Ym MHS. BR1GHAM 252 N. W. 2ndSirn| Phone 2-8827 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR WELCOME 5707 MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART PICKIN' CHICKEN RESTAURANT 107 22nd Street Miami Beach Phone SJ-1J NEW YEAR GREETINGS ROTH-WARREN PHARMACISTS The Original Prescription Pharmacists 531 Lincoln Road Miami Ml Phone 5-0074 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR CASTLE DECORATORS Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies LEONARD MORIBER 475-477 S. W. 8th Street PHILIP I. M0RIBEB Phone MB WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y* BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL 1940 Park Avenue Miami Beach BEST WISHES TO ALL for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE KOSHER Meat and Poultry Market 159 N. W. Filth Street I. SHERZER, Prop. Phone 3-1430 MY SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY MANY FRIENDS Alfred Gottesman PONCE DE LEON HOTEL NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MEMBERS AND TO ALL MEMBERS FLORIDA STATE FEDERM irwi B'RITII I UW£ STATE LODGES MIAMI BE*CH DAYTON A BEACH GAINESVILLE wm FT. LAUDERDALE t AKELAND MI ORLANDO iSZL BEACHSAHASOTA ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE 1AJ



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*^mfm&?>*Jewish fhrid/ati SIXTEEN (O -animation (Miami Beach £3 takes exception t S of DI EVere i t f flblishcd in today's J Herald, and we hasten T lhe situation so that fcitizens of Greater MiL. a nd Gentile, can belizant of the issues inf nd of the true state of ,"t exists today in Palesj in the upper councils of It powers. lerald reports that Dr. Les the "Arabs, strongly t purpose, are the real [and while the United Ld Britain deal with the Id the Palestine problem, Is strengthening her ties |e Arabs." Such a stateTDr Smith's part, in view ad that he has just re%  rcm a tour of Europe and %  die East, indicates a defi[k of objective consideraJ study of the true facts tg the Arab case. [Arabs are not at all ly united" on the Palesfcstion or on anything else, [their faith in Islam. If kr.gly united" we mean the |ague or the adherents of lo-Nazi ex-Grand Mufti, |e must draw a line beIthe down-trodden and ilArabs known as the Ln," and the Arab princes Mentates and rulers who Bed to London to attend Called "conference" now Waged by Mr. Attlee and pvin. and which is being led by both Palestinian Ind Arabs. lit is very true, that the lower" of the Arabs exists %  ability to get the great i to "appease" them with Lifts, bribe?, etc., in return Toil lands which lie within |dal domains of Arab chiefurther take issue with Dr. |s reference to the Arabs i "silently watching refuhow pouring into Palestine I have no national pride or Bcite violence and revolund destroy public property." juntrue and unstudied reIcanr.ot go unchallenged by leans. This same line of pt was flung at the Irish for independence, and %  aptly have been applied to %  can colonists when they I out against British tyrrany in the Revolutionary war. The great ideal and purpose of the Jewish liberation movement in Palestine is for the purpose of establishing a homeland wherein once and for all time the historically persecuted, scattered and oppressed people of Israel can have "national pride" and in which they will have "ties." History has taught the lesson that a wandering people, looked upon as strangers and intermeddlers, such as the Jews appear to be in all countries of the world, cannot have national pride and respect and ties until they have a piece of land on this earth which they can call home, and' where their traditions, customs and heritage can be based. Insofar as "violence and revolution and destruction of public property" is concerned, again we can only point to the fact that broken promises, pledges, murderous attacks by British and Arabs upon Jewish settlements and achievements, martial law that has never been lifted, military bases and establishments, crucifixion of the Jewish people upon an Arab-British "cross of oil"—all these notwithstanding, it is only the more remarkable that the violence and acts which have occurred have not been of a more extreme nature. It is to the credit of the disciplined and self-restrained Jewish people of Palestine, the overwhelming majority of whom do not condone terroristic acts, that they have remained so. For the true perpetrators and criminals we need go no farther than Perfidious Albion, address 10 Downing Street, who are very well carrying out their immemorial practice of "divide and conquer." We agree with Dr. Smith when he states that "the British have not got this land (Palestine) to give away—to the Jews or anybody else." This statement, however, seems to contradict his earlier statement that "it was the Arabs who forced the British to sign a pact limiting Jewish immigration into Palestine to about 25,000 annually." If the British have not got the land to give away, by what right have they the power to limit Jewish immigration? Are they not the trespassers, the "illegal" possessors by military rule and violence, of the land? Of what legal effect is a piece of paper called a "mandate" given to them by a League of Nations that no longer exists, and which was helped to its demise through the same type of British double-talk, doublecross and appeasement? The whole tenor of Dr. Smith's remarks indicate that this country should appease the Arabs because they have the oil, the population of uncounted millions, "have lived on the land for centuries," and above all, because Russia is engaged in an all-out effort to win Arab sympathy" in order to obtain access to the Suez Canal and the Dardanelles. This line of reasoning recalls very aptly the policy of Mr. Neville Chamberlain and his arj (Continued on page 16D) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ A. M. REDER MIAMI BEACH I MR. and MRS. ANDRE BIALOLENKI AND FAMILY of the WHITEFIELD SCHOOL 1550 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH EXTEND BEST WISHES TO FRIENDS AND RELATIVES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS DR. and MRS. ALVIN F. GARDNER m Greetines of the New Year C. L. BAND Manufacturers' Representative Hotel Stationery Colored Picture-Postcards Book Matches Specialties 1780 S. W. 14th Street Phone 2-7709 Miami 35, Florida A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. G. I. GERSON OPTOMETRIST Office At Burdine's CHIROPODIST DR. M. A. SHANNON Foot Specialist of Miami Beach Is Now Located At 1424 N. W. 7th Avenue Hours: 10 to 4:30 Evenings by Appointment Telephone 3-4016 MR. and MRS. | WILLIAM SHAYNE AND FAMILY DIXIE USIC CO. pOl N. Miami Avenue 9! ktend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR T 5T WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ui DR. H. W. .PRACHT ^AMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ii! GENE RUSSELL Creations — Murals Art Decorations NIGHT CLUBS and RESTAURANTS A Specialty 1335 N. Bayshore Drive Phone 3-8689 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS FRANK A. MARTIN REALTOR ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 7130 Abbott Avenue Miami Beach Phone 6-1495 I 4 .'' BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE ORIGINAL 'S Seafood Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge 829 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD i 1 • •' r. J %  I J iV t MAX R. SILVER Extends Best Wishes to All For a Felicitous and Joyous New Year BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR To Our Patrons and Friends METROPOLt HOTEL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SKY CLUB, Inc. 3604 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-2021 I I %  4 1 • <: 635 Collins Avenue 5-2911 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS ELY LEVIN GEORGE COHEN SOL LEVTN Ely Levin Wholesale Distributors Sundries, Candies, Paper Products, Tobaccos, Notions and Wholesale Groceries Now Located in Our New Home with Larger Quarters TO SERVE YOU BETTER AT 2085 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 4-3685 ill • I •^



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I I I SIXTEEN (D) +JewlstifhrkJk*n w •~-TA\A %  February assembly of lh CounIII 0#Ut It C ii of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in Detroit, Myers was elected president of the national CJFWF after serving as Southeastern regional president. Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was named chairman of the 1946 Dade County Community Chest campaign in October. At the ill MR. and MRS. DAVID STUZIN AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ROY RANSON NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN CABANAS PRIVATE BEACH 7135 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 6-9273 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Triangle Fruit Company "JIM. TONY and LOU" 1200 N. W. 22nd Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS DAVE PECHTER A. GREENFIELD 1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-7117 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ,, HZml presenied by and for the children, Proceeds bought lST baby food for Jewish survivors overseas. The J.D.C rtceimk Jrem the United Jewish Appeal. SARAH SHOCHET SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. M. A. LIPKIND Extend Greetings to All Jewry for a Year of Health. Happiness and Joy and Felicitations to the Officers. Directors and Members of the Miami Beach Zionist District. MUcmdMBSj LOUIS JACOB AND FAME! Manufacturing 130 N. E. 2nd An EXTEND BEST W FOR THE NEW TO ALLTH11 RELATIVES and I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH | TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS MR. and MRS. A. FINLEY BINDER and Son. I. LOUIS OUR SINCERE WEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. LOUIS E. PECKERMAN and Daughter A Happy New Year to AH GREEMLEAF 4 C Jewelers 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKtfOmH IHt BntA nfl A ,, Fifth Avenue. Palm Beach 247 Worth Ave. 620 turn



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wa^ssjsssss^v LTEMBER^J^ *J(wist>Fk>rIdrfoti PAGE SEVENTEEN munity Planning Vital Jewish Agencies Now „„,? y ,r jewtah Federation, and Welfare Fund. lvites directed to l946 Jewish Teletraphlo Agency) need of special groups require 'STL*** services which Jews need to provide for j : "'" : ^ <>'•/ they are to 6 ow .h< '^ whole communi, y *Wfl* government hed many essential social services and is capable Wna many other services needed by all of us? lonqei debatable that the trend toward public welbecamo most marked during the depression means Uons for voluntary agencies in many fields. Ecoistance to .ndividuals and families and job placement ve become governmental functions to a considerable standards and to EliLrlv extension of governmental functions may ,s l %  well-bei a part of the general community. Social service planning must therefore involve considerations of governmental functions, nonsectarian initiative and Jewish group interests. There is a very narrow line of division between social services Ularly, extension fcntary social work in 0 f institutional care, d health services and I facilities. these be developed, r current services unrv auspici may have y i,i, Kpi ctancy. It to be noted that after jtal hi'" are dc j which can be organized on a comP*' L _£..? ^-A I munity-wide non-sectarian basis and those which can operate as governmental functions. It is only a short step between service generally acceptable to community under voluntary auspices and a service ready for adoption as a public welfare program. Our major social service task, therefore, is the responsibility placed upon us to aid in the organization of Jewish communities for participation in any and all activities which are of signifiL CC I f 0 | planning and Ition undi %  voluntary L me part of the %  related to the public Jsome ol the programs Mot th I dependIn, hospil 'Is, homes for Etc.. may I P^rt of the ftal systi m so far as rned but may jcontinui opi ration to table extenl to the rely tary groups, feeds of Jews If we lo k at oui social service tasks in this way, we must recognize thai e n list advance our With the favorable economii basis which we now enoui sights toward progres live i nprovement of contribung. With the use of our initiative and imagination, w< can consider among other possibilities considerabli i iti i ion in hospital and health care, in medical research and in teaching, in the needs for I lati ic s< i •. ii es and servici s to th< i -ionic all) ill, case work and counselling and in new culWc need to distinguish, howwhich si rvici s and which programs require the organization of the community and which require the organization of philarfl ropy A gnat deal of confusion results in my opinion from assuming that these two forms of organization are identical or nearly so. Thai is a mistaken notion. Any part of our own work which can become non-sectarian is likely in tune to be the kind of service which can be operated as a public welfare function. W can, therefore, be aware of the 570 RABBI ZWITMAN Newest rabbi for Miami was young Murray Grauer who became spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Back from Philippine service came Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman lo Temple Israel where Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum had substituted for him during his chaplaincy. RABBI GRAUER cance to the life of the group, and jimptior governwnicn fit tne gr0U p to the com| contribution that we can make ponsibility for general p ej{ conditions of American life, to the whole community by our The close tie between Jewish pioneering and experimental efsocial service and Jewish comj forts at this time. While our enimunity organization arises from I (Continued on Page 18) bed by u We are conbt with ral needs jpeciiir n ed, of Jews. : concern of Jewish sobes, then lore, is to reIservii %  closely to fenc need An equally em is to relate our prof Jews to the needs and Icf the Jewish group as NEW YEAR GREETINGS y MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH* I :WM AN'S IS I G N S MADE SKINS BEFORE COULD TALK" N, E. 2nd Avenue IPHONE 3-1603 BST WISHES FOR VERY HAPPY ~ PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR %  we Distributors of f e Oil Company ducts in Souths'ern Florida pHONE 2-1741 | S -W. 1st Street MIAMI, FLA. i' 1 To All Our Friends and Patrons NEW YEAR WISHES iff I. R. GETTY General Passenger Agent Si: AltO % It It RAILWAY SEASON'S GREETINGS "tW £ liil. lill ^?1 Tfl.. 4XISS -y-rr^-7^ i 'The Home of Delicious Foods" % %  A it %  • i *. •• i !:) j '*. i fc i \ i i • %  i •; j %  i | 1' ip : r 1 i T • '. %  '.; %  j



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I! i PAGE EIGHTEEN vJewlstflvrfdHari r %  %  %  .: FftlDAY. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR S U T T O N JEWELRY COMPANY Successors to "Whalers" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 Community Planning Vital Now GENERAL Refrigeration Service 2732 N. W. 2nd Avenue Service Installation Repairs Household and Commercial Ammonia Ice Cream Dairy Equipment Day Phone 2-3641 NiKht Phone 3-4769 BILL PIKE. Prop. vices provided by the well-to-do for the needy or lower middle with overtones of condesci nsion and reformism. We an now broadening our concept especially in the recognition that u is the whole Jewish group and m t merely some of its n mbers thai are concerned with up adjustment omfor es health and medical care, and to eWhe'r direc &*J?*£etbm a limited extent even in our case .mon needs such as the m.ds or vocational guidance serhealth, recreation, culture and in(Continued from P.ige "' phasis must always be primarily on those services which require the sponsorship and participation of our own group, there is no reason why the social services developed under J( wish auspices need to confine themselves exclusively to a Jewish clienteh I fact, the opposite tendency, the problem ol group a ustme that of using Jewish au>p,ces to and relationship to the total cor serve a non-sectarian clientelemunity. This general need f "True m ,.,„ %  programs, for group adjustment also involv GREETINGS CIGARETTE SERVICE 3898 N. E. 2: d Avenue Mian .. Fla. Phone 7-C677 I work. vie..and recreational facilities. Our planning can therefon involve Jewish needs plus broader social welfare considerations. "Total Jewish Community" W: at we %  %  an by the term ,! services," may therefore : fairly obvious but the term "Total Jewish C< mmunity" is a changing and developing concept only gradually recognized, and which w< hope we may be able has not yet fully affected the or1,. invest with meaning as a reganization of social services. The suit of our work. In the past, general recognition of the impli<, me social services have beer, cations of this concept, the "total planned for tie total Jewish comJewish community." may mean a j n : S i ,,-, %  that they lessening in the importance of dividual adjustment to daily probI, nis of community life. We have, however, not defined too clearly the relationship of the basic aspects of Jewish group adjustment to thi services included in our f, deration programs. This change of concept from individual to group adjustment is munity were availal l< to all Jews who •.quired such services. This is. however, like the classical remark .f Victoi Hugo"That the rich as well as the poor have the pi iviI, ge of si. eping und< r bridges." Some of us are still surprised that only the poor avail themselves of our service s whii int. r.d to meet the lie..:, of all ses. Our social sen ices I avi largely for those individuals who in effect constitute a selected group in the community because of their limited ability or lack of ability to purchase the goods and services they nei d for normalliving. Many of our social services have in reality been operating in a charitable relationship as sertin philanthn pic element in social s< rvice, and will lead to try? need for scrutinizing the structure of community urbanizations to which such service programs an related. W. may accept the fact that pi ilanthropy needs to be directed by philanthropists but total community servici s require group cooperation of all the interests that are concerned with such association. At present and for the future, our programs are likely to be a mixture of philanthropic and community services, W. may well ask what is the "total Jewish community?" It is obviously a heterogeneous aggregation of individuals with varied interests, a few of which may HELPY SELFY Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes in Our Modern Maytag Washers Usi That Si tt City Water Foi a Whiter Wash We Sell Soap, Bleach and Starch Rate. 60c Per Hour 2219 N. W. 28lh St.. Ph. 2-7082 T • BEST • WISHES • FOR A • HAPPY • NEW YFAK Mrs. C. V. PLUMMER SEASONS GREETINGS from IE STAR 63 N. E. 17th STREET coincide under certain Conditions and for certain objectives. It is class population. They are sufa psychological abstraction shaped by outside influences and inner reactions into concrete am! tangible forms of expressions. It is affected by both centrifugal and centripetal forces. It is composed of a few active elements, some recognizable ideological groups and many more individuals whose interest in the "total Jewish community" is either passive or limited merely to the act of making contributions to a central welfare fund. We cannot predict that the Jewish community will or will not become more self-conscious, more homogeneous, more formal in its nature. The current tendencies growing out of current pressures, the practical response to current events seem to be in that direction. We can be sun of one essential principle to guide us. Programs for group adjustment will not be successful without group organization and participation. What It Planning? The term "planning" brings with it even more difficult questions. Who shall do the planning and how shall the planning be I done? If our services were essentially philanthropic, these' questions would not arise since the wealthy philanthropists or the foundation have wide discretion in the use of their funds. A group activity, however, involves cooperative and legislative processes. If we look at our present practices in planning we see it largely as planning performed by a limited group of people heavily weighted by professionals. Local and national movements and agencies are in most instances closely held corporations whose ((Continued on Page 20) THE WESTERN MEAT COWIPANY 2122 N. W. Seventh Ave. Miami. Florida PHONE 3-7637 THE CITY OF MIAMI Recognizing the participation of its Jewish citizens in every civic and welfare movement for the good of the general community, takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI S.MMA Cin J Extend to ^ BEST WISHES A HAPPY NEW -1 T SEASON'S GREETINGS III) A COMPLETE Lfflj, BUILDER'S SUTO Miami Miami U Ojus — Ft. Lauded GREETINGS FRO* I Miami Conserval Women s C u b E. :^| 1737 N. BayshoieDml MIAMI BEACH 761 West 41s! SM I OKORGE LANCER Owner THE Not Incorporated 2950N.W.24lhSt PHONE 3-3685 Extends to All His and Patrons r Wish for A MOST HAPPY NEW 1 V PERRINE PALMER. JR. MAYOR FRED W. HOSEA R. C. GARDNER Commissioners a B CURB* JAMES A. DUNN LEONARD K. THOMPSON



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P r nTFM _BER27^1946 wie hv&wy s Peace By HELEN KANTZLER the families who mourn the loss of the 10,780 Jews 11,15 n to have died fighting for America there are t k hat leas' 49 Jewish families, each of whom sacrificed '• the bitter war against the Axis. According to the 6 J casualty lists of the National Jewish Welfare board 1 of war records, in one family alone death struck Wrea leaving the grief-stricken parents bereft of sons. facts which proclaim the sacrifice of American friTv.'io yave their lives to leave a legacy of peace; facts which do honor to the sorrowing mothers and bravery in sufferZJenteiifhrkKtari PAGE NINETEEN heroism. and V. 8 !s their sons America's towns torn farms, offices, facS a • ""<>'-<:• yzi t this 1 >untry joined the of liberation to free the and oppressed. Among case 1 1 brothers who bring freedom taorld-for lack of space, and sacrifice by all the double gold s cannot be told here— \ hr [ bfeld boys from Minn. 1-t. Sifimund a Liberator bomber d veteran of three years Army an corps, was rebase in Eng„,i ;, i over Europe s plane 1 is lost over the ust one month fcbrothi %  'Si a Marine killed in the isault on Sai%  I ents, Mr. and fc,,,,;bfeld, received peasun r. ni H" %  n I In casi : comfort from | their only ving with the in England, to the front multiple deaths [ami ;


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ill jl • i %  I %  '• PAGE TWENTY +Jewistfk>rldiiftn FRIDAY, Community Planning the largest and most complex problem in community planning. Again it is nt necessarily negative, since the different ideological views arc derived from different! s in backgrounds and variations in social and economic ex(Continued from Page 18) I agency and community work ma> programs are determined by small be classified as follows: groups, occasionally by a single | a. Differences in Professiona --"• ^jj immigrants leader who has assumed or has \ Views. For example, a hospital | descendants. They canearned his place because of his can continue to operate aio • disoosed of by wishful energy, or his devotion, and established lines without running, not m owpoi sometimes because of his ability. \ into a crisis but new P anning The established authority of a \ may involve conflicts with ideas few lay leaders or a long time concerning private practice, group professional executive is diffi| medicine, functions of a hospital. 5 700 cult to dislodge. Some corrective factors do impinge on these inherited group titles to organization management. The leadership group must Whether psychiatry lias its place in a general hospital and other prevalent professional politics. b. Natural Conservatism. Difficulties in getting acceptance of symbolize group values and is the validity of a new field of expected to add to its prestige, work or extension ol service to When these values change or new n< w groups in the population, for ones come to the fore, a change example, extension oi famil> in officers is in order. The curcounselling service raises the rent tendency is to find leaderquestion of whethei agencies supship for Jewish communal affairs ported by philanthropic fui in the business and professional should extend their services to occupations, the legal profession the non-dependent or mat and the rabbinate. Increasingly, groups. Planning frequently enclass and professional prestige is genders natural tendencies lowyielding ground to ideological or ard conservatism and skeptical partisan identification which is attitudes toward new ideas. Incoming a more important en c. Vested Interests of Multiple terion for leadership. There are great variations in the views and attitudes of different elements of the Jewish population on basic questions of Jewish communal life. Partisan con sciousness is bi ing added to economic and social class consciousA day of prayer for Ihe hundreds of thousands of European Jews still behind ihe barbed wire of displaced persons camps was held in Greater Miami on Oct. 4 as part of a national observance. thinking or ignored, especially if a local ideological or partisan group derives its strength and wisdom and plan of local strategy from some national keeper of the flame. It is the task of community organization to try to reconcile these conflicting views and to find a common program upon which all of them can cooperate. The community organizer is expected to protect or at least to be in .sympathy with the different cultural values and Agencies. The t< l in "vested interests" has a negative coi tion but not all of established interests are necessarily negative. It may be legitimate for an aspirations of all groups, agency to insist upon developing Because of these and other its program of work even it such problems which lead to insomnia a program parallels or duplicates among community organizers, it nesThis is the outstanding the work of another i rganization. is generally recognized that planproblem in all current efforts to p. r example, a synagogue may fling social services for the total ieve central planning. While be justified in believing that a Jewish community means, first of e social service projectare cultural program would be an all. organizing that total Jewish generally acceptable and are conexcellent mi ai for reinforcing community, or as the advertisers sidered as non-controversial many its religionprogram A fraternal say "a reasonable facsimile therephases of our program are ingroup in order to maintain its of." Most of the recent failures volved with questions of the membership nay desire to conare due to the fact that the "reavalues of segments of the Jewish tinue services which could be sonable facsimile" on occasion group, Social planning theremore effectively developed under has melted under high temperaequin not only organizaother auspices. They must theretures and buckled at the joints, tion but the need to find a comfore weigh the relative imporThe current vigor being dismon meeting ground in which tance of th< ir i wn aims and that played in community planning is ; n.;., ..I,, .1 ',i\i\ avtynw t\ if fi'T'i nee-; ,.f ffi,-i<*r\t unitwd (in':tni/:itinlis. nnnniirotfinfl :nrl mvi>*; rvint to JIUMI iin-tiiii^; £,i*'t*iiii if, .....v... i.tintni ii.i .i i .. ii .in...individual and group differences of efficient unified organizations, encouraging can b< rei :.oiled. The obstacles d. Differences in Group Thinkto social planning which arise in ing and Group Ideals. This is .y planning and gives point to the discussions which have practical implications for all of us. "20 Years in Miami" Magic Margin Royal Portables Available Now Trade In Your Old Typewriter At Top Allowances Language Keyboards and Special Type Styles We Si rvici All Maki s CHAS. S. MEYERS 120 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 3-3159 SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9472 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 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET To All ... A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK AND JOE'S Friendly Service Station SUNOCO PRODUCTS Lubrication Specialists 1900 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-1544 Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialists On BUICK and HUPMOB1LE Body, Fenders and Painting Tops and Seat Covers 125 N. 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SKflMHMmBBIBHSB : It gFPTEMBER 27, 1946 +Jewish rkrMttan LENA VISTA Furniture Exchange u .. r rmH Avenu* 3628 N E 2nd Aveni PHONE 7-2016 BEST WISHES FOR HAPP Y NEW YEAH A. D. FBL00DWORTH „ lis opportunity to ex|al WtohM to all of our I in *< laml Beach fc" immunity Center and T,„ Jewry ..' l'"e or a HAPPY NEW YEAR l, and Mrs. Abraham Werman *re Best bes For a py New Year 4! IBISCAYNE TENT i rS AWNING CO. |24S S. W. 6th Street PHONE 3-6248 PAGE TWENTY-ONE Public Opinion Combats Anti-Semitism (EDITOR'S NOTE: The following ..fata i. „„, Released by th, Jewish Telegraphic Agnow.th the %  "•'"" "* Jewish Publication Society., the P erm '"'<>" of the By SAMUEL SPIEGLER The development of a more healthy public opinion made open anu-Sem,tism a liability, rather man an aLet to any movement seeking broad support. Although anti-Semitic utter ggLS! T^ ? ,He 0&r C n< 3 res and < wme state 9 1T th 9 voter8 l ln mosl P"3 of the country turned against the agitators who sought public office. In Chicago, ten known anti-Semites were rejected in primary elections by overwhelming majorities. Some of the outstanding agitators came into the toils of the law. In October, an attempt to revive opencar anti-Semitic meetings in New York city resulted in the arrest, trial, and conviction of three leaders in the movement: Homer Maertz, Ernest F. Elmhurst, and Kurt Mertig. .. Several months later, the triumvirate of Gerald L. K. Smith, Don Lohbeck, his public relations man, and the suspended priest Terminiello, all were convicted by Chicago courts. Out on appeals, Smith and Terminiello are continuing their vicious work. The most significant antiSemitic development of the TP wu the reemergence of the Ku Klux Klan. Facts about the Klan, gathered, collated, and interpreted by interested organiralions, among them Jewish agencies, were made available through appropriate channels to governmental agencies and lay organizations, to the radio and the press. These facts made it possible for state governments in California, Georgia and New York to lake prompt and vigorous steps to outlaw the Klan and destroy its effectiveness. They also made possible the widespread denunciation of the Klan which came from religious and civic bodies and which appeared in newspaper editorials and radio comment. Efforts to attract newly reMr. and Mrs. M. KAUFMAN 1942 N. W. 62nd St. EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HI T SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT 8c AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Bldg.. Miami, Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR The Public Self-Service Stores "A STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 337 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5921 TO ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR w. c. w. turned veterans of World War II into nationalistic or pro-fascist organizations were denounced by the American Legion, the Veterans of Fon ign Wars, the Disabled American Veterans and the AMVETS af their national conventions. Gerald L. K. Smith was l r a n (I e d "Democracy's Public Km my No. 1" and tin Christian Veterans of World War II were condemned by the Disabled American Veterans; and the American Legion pointedly warned against "phony" veterans organizations "promoting racial and religious prejudici." Discrimination During the spring, a survey indicated that employment discrimination against Jews had ind, reflecting a dimunition of wartime manpowi r sti ingencies, and a reaction from wartime' unity. As one outcome of tins survey, a study was und rtaken just before the end of the year under review, to provide a basis for more' effective organization throughout the country, of Jewish work in tin area of employment discrimination. The' study was under the auspices of the National Community Relations Advisory council. Laws for fair employment practice, of varying degrees of effectiveness, became operative during the year in thestates eif Indiana, i Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Wisconsin; and local ordinances of similar sort 'were enacted in Chicago and Milwaukee. Bills to create a permanent Fed< ral Employment Practice commission, introduced the previous year in both houses of Congress, have thus far met with no BUCCess. The Senate bill was -helved as a result of a filibuster by Southern senators in January and February, 1946, while in the House the bill never lei! the committee. Jewish organizations are actively cooperating in strengthening the National Council for a anent F.E.P.C. which spearheads the battle' for a national Discrimination in educational institutions continued to be a troubling problem, with increasingly serious effects upon Jewish youth as returning veterans competed for the limited facilities of overcrowded colleges and universities. There were several exposes of discrimination on campuses. The Mayor's (Continued on Page 24) TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Southern Life & Health Insurance Co. POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 HAPPY NEW YEAR THE STEINS DORIS SOL and MARGERY ANN A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 111 $ KOCH WOODWORK SHOP INTERIOR WOODWORK 2253 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 9-2341 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC. Distributors of "ESSOTANE" 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida EW YEAR GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS 134S 201h Street — Miami Beach. Florida FOUNDATIONS — DOCKS — GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WHITE BELT DMHT |N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411 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. 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 EGNER & MULCAHY TAILORS 11 N. E. Second Avenue WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR If You Are Going To Sell Your Car SEE US For Highest Cash Dollar ALFRED C. COURIC 745 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 2-1672 !if F M A. CASCA — EUGENE BEECHER 1260 N. W. 22nd Street N. SPIEGELMAN Phone 3-6391 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. HERMAN MACK Mack's Curb Market 4416 N. W. 17th Avenue MIAMI NEW YEAR GREETINGS LaVigne Electric Company 176 N. E. 20th Street H J ..1 i l %  %  i • %  1-*' %  1' f I [ J



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PAGE TWENTY-TWO *Jmi$t>fhridrfor! • I %  < %  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer and Daughter OF THE EDWARDS DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 2-6550 1726 N. W. 36th STREET Their Legacy is Peace MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL T EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3205 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058 Service On All Makes Radios TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 4jJ Belford's Produce & T Trucking Co. 1299 N. W23rd Street Miami, Florida BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR EMERSON THE COMPANY (Not Incorporated) U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS 600 N. E First Avenue Telephone 3-5308 2644 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9529 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR 1L' Charlie's MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 2-8936 SINCERE WISHES c$# tke l^omwmea) ^ \ r t&at RUM fa> mm FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR (Continued from Page 19) of Los Angeles, Calif., received within 36 hours the shocking news of the death ol their two suns. Pfc Hyman and S Sgt. Martin jc.oland were killed on the Nor: mandy front s we< k apart and within 100 miles of each other. Hope for the return of their son, I-t. David Pinnelas, bombadier with the 8th air force, who was n ported missing, was still alive in the hearts of his mother and father, Hannah and Isidore Pinnelas, of Brooklyn, N. Y„ at the time that they were informed that their younger son had died in the New Guinea base hospital ,)f wounds sustain! d during the fierce fighting in Biak. In a letter concerning the details of Morton's death, Mr. Pinnelas wrote the JWB Bureau of War Records that "we keep praying that David will he returned to us real soon." S( vi ral months later all hope for David was destroyed: the Pinnelas received the dread* d letter which states, "The War department regrets ." Hi art-rending are the stories of these brothers in arms—Jewish boys who contributed their full measure i f sacrifice to defend the Si a, guard the sky and drive the enemy into defeat and submission. Lt. Harold D. Greenberg, a lad from Lake Charles, La., for example, died of tuberculosis in Bi aumont, Texas. He knew he was going to die, but with the same courage that he fought the : holder of the Air Medal, and two enemy on New Caledonia, where I Oak Leaf Clusters, with 50 mishe contracted the disease, Harold siona to his credit, was killed faced his end. A year before, his returning from a raid over Germother and father, Mr. and Mrs. many. David Greenberg. had learned the These are the families who hitter news concerning the death j mad ,. t he greatest sacrifice of all, of their other son, Marvin, lieu' who gave two sons that the world tenant in naval scouting squad-J m j K ht be safeguarded against the ron 58. who perished while on a ev il of tyrannv. Their children, bombing mission in the South Jewish fighter* from communi'" 1 ,lc tics throughout the U. S., served Other double gold star families with their Christian brothers, are the Wilners of Washington, generously, courageously and D. C, whose boys. Bernard, an without thought of the cost, that army major, and John, a tank America might live in a world Ci mpany commander, died in the without fear. cans, of freedom: the I.c wes, of Jamaica. L. I., whose two sons, David and Gordon, were killed in action; the Weissmans, of Chicago, who lost both sons in Germany — Leonard, a lieutenantcoli nel in the medical corps, and Louis, a navigator on a bombing plane: the Steins of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., whose son, Morris, was killed in the Philippines less than a year after his brother, Hyman, who was in France on D-day, succumbed in the Battle of Normandy; Mrs. Harris Lumberg of I ong Beach, Calif., whose boys, Bernard and Milton Sahl, gave their lives for victory over fascism; the Heismans of Philadelphia, who lost two sons—Bernard, holder of a Silver Star for "gallantry in action," and Herbert, killed in the North African campaign. The roster of Jewish families, to whom the loss of a son occund twice during World War II, is long and fraught with tragedy. Bernard and Sanford Wilkof, for instance, were identical twins, had never been apart, not even in the Army, where they served side by side. Death, however, separated them when Bernard died in the arms of his brother in North Africa. Soon after, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilkof, Canton, Ohio, received the sorrowful news that Sanford, too, had been killed during the stormy fighting in Italy. Equally tragic is the pain of irrevocable loss suffered by the Pearlins of Quincy, Mass., whose two sons perished three years apart. Edward, a member of the merchant marine, was killed in action aboard the S.S. Illinois when his ship was torpedoed in the Caribbean sea. Shortly before his death he had written to his parents that he had come to the "realization that in these catastrophic times one cannot isolate himself from the resulting suffering and sorrow." Three yean later, his brother, Eugene, tail gunner in the Army air corps, FRIDAY. S NEW Hi t SE NATE HOTEL BEACON HOm LIN C0LN CENTEB HOTEL 3 1 EL PASO HOT* B Wishes leu, NEWYEAB Dependable-Kno^to, ELECTRICAL REPABj 1 Day ar.d Night Sem I McClainAppliond Repairs Stoves. Wilir Hntmtfl Washing Machiu, OUR SPECIALTY It is a pleasure to ed to all our Jewish Friail and Patrons Sincere Wak| lor A HAPPY NEW YEA! ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL C0,| 222 N. W. 26th Street PHONE 2-3705 T W Mills A. H. 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BMHanaBH ^* !" £~~?^-^*r'5 SEPTEMBER 27. 1946 SEASON'S BEST WISHES IHAPPY HOUR TAVERN I 3860 Coral Way PHONE 49437 YEAR GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS 14 M. DREDGING INSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS LI. LIFT MIAMI BEACH To All ... A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR T MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS $ QUALITY CLEANERS 6, LAUNDRY 718 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-5015 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Venetian Shortway Sedan Service |1133 fl. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3800 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR L. L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 11659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR H. EARNEST OVERSTREET AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY PHONE 8-2151 ty vJenistifkricmr) PAGE TWENTY-THREE HAROLD TURK Harold Turk, then president of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith, was named chairman of the state membership drive for the Florida federation of ledges last winter. In August, Turk became temporary chairman of the new B'nai B'rith Metropolitan council of all local B'nai B'rith groups. • iii r7o< Se.-vicmncn's families were housed a] below-ceiling rentals by the Miami Beach Housing corporation, a non-piofit outfit subsidized by Jewish money and headed by Sam Blank. In 14 months of operation, the corporation served 1,000 families. Plight of Jewish survivors in Shanghai was desperate, according to reports last spring. Fourteen thousand were hungry, cold, ragged and virtually homeless in the slum section which ihc Jans had turned into a ghetto during the war. • Jews who wore the uniforms of ho United Nations during Ihe u .lumbered 1.300,000, or 10 per cent of the entire Jewish populations of those countries. In the U. S. armed forces were 600,000 Jewish men and women. Public institution of the Jewish War Veterans' Miami Beach post was observed Oct. 28 with E. Max Goldstein in the commander's chair. Abe Goldman became president of the JWV Florida department at the summer convention held at the Beach. Best Wishes for A Happy New Year MIAMI SALES COMPANY T 10 S. E. 5th Street PHONE 2-5547 in T Absorptive capacity of Palestine: 1.750,000 in the next ten years, said Robert Nathan, Washington economist, at a joint Miami-Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge dinner in February. GREETINGS ... Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin 410 W. 45th St.. Miami Beach GREETINGS ... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus and Family Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation organized in December to sponsor a Talmud Torah. Under the leadership of Myron Newman, the group is negotiating for property on which to open its school. • • Six million Jews met death at Nazi hands during Hitler regime, evidence at Nuremberg war crimes trial revealed. "WHERE THE ELITE MEETSHANGRI-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 To My Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR PATRICK McCARL CONTRACTOR 406 Congress Building PHONE 3-6861 SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM LE LIAN KRUMM BEAUTY SALON For Everything Pertaining To Beauty Work 216 Seybold Building PHONE 3-4141 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. V. O'ROURKE Plumbing Plumbing Contracting and Repairing 241 N. Melrose Drive PHONE 8-1018 Miami Springs A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC INC. 1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576 __ .' NOW OPEN FOR DINNER Music by Cy Washburn Bar and Cocktail Lounge III •i' Victor's DRUM Coral Way at 36th Ave. Reservations 48-4224 or 4-8524 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. WFilth 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 4ji MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN TWIN-PACK BREAD AND BETTER[ Columbia Baking Company SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE K t i-i' 1 1, 1 %  \ .1 • • 1 %  A i 9 %  4 > i % i %  : 11 I



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! : : r. I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR *Jmlsbfk>rMa*!_ Opinion Combats Anti-Semitism (Continued from Page 21) Committee on Unity in New York also prepared a report on discrimination in higher educational institutions which received considerable press publicity in the spring of 1946. In New York state a movi for the creation ol .1 stat< univi rsity gathered c on si il e r :\ b 1 0 strength. A bill was introduced in tin 50 million dollars for this purpose. It (ailed of pass ag bul nor was authorized t' commission to examine t 1 question. Jewish agi m i< • joint ii with other pi og 1 ssi\ e in support of the state 1 idea, not as a M lliedy riminalcTv, bul as a po • 1J1 1 jh community. L< ; tive information became Lmperal tive to th mi. lligent conduct of Jewish community relati ns programs. A dingly, the Legis• %  i u ation committee ol ti 1 Nal onal Community Ri lat 01 Ad\ r> council, comprislatives of all membei %  .-, ncii mmunities, undertook a periodic Legislate In legislature to a| 1 tc format n Bulletin, conveying the join) \ ii ws of all mi 1 Legislation to prohibit the anonymous distribution of scurrilous literature was adopted in a number of states. Anonymous creeds are now banned in the state of Florida where such a law became effective in June. 1945. Dartmouth students to determine the bases of prejudice among high school stud-nts; and a survey of ,!:,. views and attitudes characterizing vi.rious segments of the foreign language press in the United States. The broad educational program to disseminate facts as an antid. i. to lies, and to immunize the American community against tural and educal Research and Education to the life of I At about H' was introduci d in tin Nev "> st.,ic lei i lal • deny tax exei T failed to be nporl ul si i< %  tific reti 1 analysis ol nd to thi effective!" 11 ed in nti-Sc-mitism, 1 • %  year. committee. A taxpayei w tifi iti< ns unfiled in N< w Y k city 1 Columbia unn < 1 tit j i xem| 1 rolls on crin inal ion. A nlution pal tax to invi te C w to deti its tax 1 ption pi cgi pei in ih. Niv Y k Cil wl ei • peri undei 1 1 : %  as exclu Jew esl • :• st,.:. the state al M of pains! 1 tiatioi thai lid be 1 %  Toie cil. Interest ii ns ol %  cre< : tlu in • |y to d( of anti-Si ts origins in childnpn hensive 1 birth : :".. ,e. a i bl. in the 1 Ii stitutc c v. nalyses, in ntervicv I 1 1 tructun ; iduals charISCI ptibility to : .in of inpn testing of imilar mail • ti anti%  ijei t involving : program of intergroup a tension area; Radcliffe and In 5T6 • When the 200.000th visitor arrived at the Servicemen's Snack Bar. 1 Lincoln rd., a general played waiter to the honored guest, a sergeant. The Ht, operated by the Greater Miami Army-Navy committee, closed Nov. 4 after volunteer waiters and waitresses had served soft drinks and a variety of short order foods to 250.000 persons in six months al below cost prices. Snack Bar chairman, Carl Weinkle. the virus of bigotry, grew in scope during the year. Books, pamphlets, public speakers, newspapers, radio, magazine, posters, comic strips, films, and other verbal and pictorial media were 1 mployi d. NELSON Automobile Service 875 West Flagler Street Wishes All A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR to Our Many Friends Lakein Jewelry Co. 424 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1837 Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise TAMIAMI HOTEL Ext,-nrt I • .-. hei to A.I Their Relatives .\n I ALL OCCASIONS" 127'i N.E. Tint ATMI 1 Best Wishes for A Happy New Year NELLIE EBRENNAHI REAL ESTATE] 404 N. E. First Avenw Phone 3-1953 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Suppli* Sanitary Suppli* Insured ExtenninatfoJ 'TACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami, Florida Miami Home Milk Producers Association Phone 2-7696 Owned and Operated by Local Dairy Farmers Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Sour Cream Drink "HOME MILK" For Your Health's Sake Ft. Lauderdale 613 WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THERF I* M^ ,. 1HAT THERE IS NO BETTER DAIRY PRODUCT THAN HOME MM



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LTEMBERJZJ^ *M*ht>n,rldliirri PAGE TWENTY-FIVE Uists Take Militant Stand in Palestine oTE This review of the year in Palestine written by R S N hn, noted Palestinian Journalist, has been brought up """sent.ition of the federaliiation plan in August, it is P ie published In the forthcoming volume of the Ameri. Bnck. Released by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency with ,ar tl e Jewish Publication society.) the | rev" i Year Jewish Inc.) 1946, Telelic Ag< %  le that, once the Lr, the political issue (destine. The White Llgated by the BiitLM Power in May £,„", flatly rejected as content were known. course was possible jgttempl was made to on ,;.. .!, w ish Nationla nolic> designed to ] jt w ith a final quota tenigrants and to conIhin the rigid territor0 f five per cent of the j ( : as future ffas concerned. Not (but it was proposed in up a PalesIwhere the Jews would Lanent minority.a minfcould grow proportionar to year ,. Ara birthrate is I and more. en war broke out, the las Kit in il eyance and became one of His fcoveri most loyfcc-v that struggle has |Happy New Year iow Cleaning ervice, Inc. nd Herbert Abrams laning Specialists KEYS FLOORS WINDOWS IM Avenue >H0NE 5-5907 been resumed with all the greater intensity in view of the plight of the survivors of Nazism and Fascism in the liberated areas of Europe. And now annulment t>{ the White Paper is not enough, Since the Mandatory Administration's policy eventuated in the White Paper after twenty-six years, the time has come for a definitive status wherein th< \'.i tional Home can develop and flourish according to its own potentialities, without artificial restrictions. The first post-war conference of the World Zionist Organization, which was held in London in August 1945, endorsed the Jewish Agency's request, which had been submitted to the Mandatory Government three months previously, for the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine. The basic conditions for the State were laid down as full equality for all inhabitants of the country without distinction of religious or race; autonomy for all communities in religious and cultural matters; and official recognition of the Arabic language and the Arab schools. After months of tense waiting \ for an official definition of pol; icy, the apprehension aroused by '"" %  "'• I" istic rumors were confirmed when the new Foreign Secretary, Mr. Ernest Bevin, made ,. statement on November 13, 1945. J • new policy limited immigration to an insignificant monthj ly quota of 1,500 and made even that number contingent upon the consent of the Arabs, which was certa withheld. But a comprenensive solution of the probl6m was left to be worked out by an Anglo-American Inquiry Commitii e wl ich was to examine political, economic and ( cial conditions in Palestine as! they bear upon the problem of Jewish immigration and settle-' it" nt and the well-being of the peoples now living therein." Furthermore, the Comn I instructed to examine the position of the Jews in Europe who had been victims of Nazi and : perse ution; and, after obtaining the views of competent witnesses and consulting re ptative Arabs and Jews in Palestine, was to make recommendations to the British and American governments for ad interim handling of the problems as well as for their permanent solution. HAPPY NEW YEAR BROWNLY'S 247 East Flagler Street Miami, Florida Candies, Fountain, Luncheonette, Home Made and Boxed Candies, Carmel Corn NEW YEAR GREETINGS HI T CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue PHONE 42424 The Bevin statement was charac ti rized by the Jewish Agency as tearing the age-old Jewish qui stion out of its historic context and reducing it, in time, to the period of Nazi persecution; in space, to liberated Europe; and in substance to the relief of displaced individuals at a time when outbreaks in Tripoli and elsewhere has shown the position of the Jews in many countries to be more precarious than ever. The attitude of the British Government, added the Agency statement, was such as to prejudge the findings of the AngloAmerican Inquiry Committee. But for that attitude, the "more direct" participation of the United States in the solution of the Palestine problem would have been welcomed by the Jews. Before coming to Palestine the Committee held hearings in Washington and London, and visited many of the liberated European countries in order to investigate the position of the Jews there. After touring Europe for three weeks, the Committee decided not to submit ad interim recommendations because it found the problem of the European Jews and that of Palestine too closely interrelated to permit of half-way measures. In other words, almost every Jew questioned by them had asked to be (Continued on Page 26) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Chas. N. Tanenbaum of THE Bryan Park Pharmacy SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON SELIG DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON and THE SPINOZA FORUM Miami Beach, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPIER NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES \ \ \ \ \ \ J( ( i ( ( —z / / / PEST WISHES FOR A HAPPVNEWYEAR As each year passes we like to feel that another cycle has gone_ bringing us that muoh closer towards achieving that truer and better understanding among all peoples ... so necessary to Peace .. Happiness Health and Prosperity. amis • < i\ it: I : %  '. 4 t 111 '1 !1 1 i \i ,.-;££;;:'



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I • i •• PAGE TWENTY-SIX + lt*vlstncrkJkui FRIDAY Colonists Take Militant Stand in Palestine Trouble ^*^^"^^ Mmtmmm %  -••_ ... ,,„. %  .,„ ,„;,t.-:.ti,,n ;inH Innfl safes (Continued from Page 25) sent to Palestine and only to Palestine. The Committee spent three weeks in Palestine (March 7-28). The Jewish ease was submitted by the president of the Agency, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, and his associates. Tlie Agency's presentation was supplemented, from various angles, by numerous organizations and individuals, Despite many forecasts to the contrary, the report of the Committee was unanimous. In view of the urgency of the problem, the Committee had been Instructed to submit its report within 120 days. Publication on May l came well within the allotted period. The Yishuv received the Heport with mixed feelings. The ri jection of the J< wish Stat< was profoundly disappi inting to the great majority but the anti B It more eli ments solaced thems< Ives with the hope that the "noJewish, no-Arab State" dictum I pave the way eventually for a bi-national government in one form or another. The reci mnv ndation that 100.000 rel gees hould bi admitted to Pali si ni immediately was reci ivi d with the utn I i | preciation, thi ugh it was pi inti d out a t this did no more than touch thi frii i of the problem of the refugees. It I M i latory still lacked the will to implement the provision for immigration, it would remain a dead letter, as undi i White Paper. No nei was the : %  port pubII n : i .i ; ints w< re n .: in the press that it would %  ly be "stillborn," Pi : • Trun rccommenda1 • n pai ticular that applying to thi n of 100.000 refugei he himself th, i evious Augu>t. On the very day of publication, the Prime Minister of NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS SHAFF 944 N. W. 2nd Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS TO ALL NUTA'S YACHT BASIN 1884 N. W. North River Drive PHONE 2-3067 SEASON'S GREETINGS LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 839 Lincoln Road Phone 5-1916 Britain. Mr. Clement Attlee declared that the 100.000 would not be admitted unless the illegal armies.'" Jewish and Arabs should be expected to their arms surrendered. It is incomprehensible why the Arabs should be expected to disarm in order facilitate the immigration of Jews, when lhey profess to be so strongly opposed to any further immigration. No reaction tame from the Arab side on this point, but the Jewish Resistance Movement lost no time in giving an assurance ,. a | n pi a Wl Uld he kept 1' r th, admission ol the 100,000 hat tl.,! it was impossible to give up ;irn,< that had been used h fending Jewish settlements %  i recurring attacks and till needed for th( proti cii,.n ol f < Jewish community. It has since been revealed by two Am. ne.ni n embers i I thi itti, that it had very carefully i disbandment of tin illegal armies I ,., m ade a "pre-condition" for tin entry of 100.000 refugees, but that the pro| had bei n finally turned down not only because It COUld 1 I I 'allied nut. but also i ecause it wi uld enormously incri asi the risk it was intended to minimize. Mr. Attlee could not have been unaware of that discussion when hi ma I ,-tat, nunt in the II Commons. Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Jr. 5 fi S. W. FIRS T S T R E E T On May 16 the British Foreign Office stated that the British Government would announce then attitude on the recommendations i the Inquiry Committee only after they had completed their ultations with the United Stat, Government and heard the V1 W! of both Arabs and Jews. The American government had previously made it known that own decisii n would not be taken bi fori the Jews and Arabs had heer. consulted. On May 20 the Jewish Agency and the Arab Higher committee wire asked by the High Comion< i for Palestine to submit | their views not lati r than June 20 : each ol the Inquiry committee's ten r. commendations. Both ivi | a %  'ilar request from the American Government il c nsul-General in ,i. lem. At the tun. of writing the J< wi,-h Agencj has not yet submitted its comim nt but has announced that it will soon do so. I The Aral. High Committee has ed th. abrogation of the Mand thi end of Jewish imNEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 migration and land safes to Jews. the dissolution of the Jewish Agency, the establishment of an Arab democratic state in Palestine which will be a member of th. Arab league, and the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Pah stine. So matters stood at the end of May. 1946. On every hand suspicions were being voiced that further pretexts will be found for putting off the final decision. Sabotage The many violent acts of sa(Continued on Page 281 %v NEW Yt^*t| "-OB E. F • %  ';-, Sincere New Year Greetings LEONARD T. WILSON WILSON ROOFING CO. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1690 Alton Road Ph. 5-3063 NEW YEAR GREETINGS i I i T Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY To Our M.my Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year GOLDSTEIN CLOTHING EXCHANGE 439 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fia. Ml nnd Mrs Sam ISuM family extend Ni %  *i i u Wl t.. all. SEASON'S GREETINGS We Hav. a Supply of HOLIDAY CARDS SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 53 N. E. First Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS iji WM. B. LaBAW ACCOUNTANT Commercial Arcade NEW YEAR GREETINGS BECK'SGARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH DENMAN & PERKINS MOTORS "Better Used Cars" WE BUY ANY USED CAR AND PAY "TOPS" FOR IT 2821 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-6279 NEW YEAR GREETI N GS SOUTHERN ENGINEERING AND METAL PRODUCTS PHONE 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace Rosh Hashona Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 Mr. Murray Maschler Wishei His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S G REETBG|| DADE TIRE COMPi] 1501N.Mta.ibJ PHONE 2-2| SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS NICK'S WHEEL ALIGNING 2100 N. Miami Avenue Phono 9-2828 SEASONS GREETINGS MIAMI FURNITURE CO. 400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-3195 T NEW YEAR G: TO ALL MY P. A. AUSLEY 66 N. W. 4th SM | I Artistic Beauty Salon Specializing In Custom Permanent Waving HAIR TINTING 515 Lincoln Rd.. Ph. 5-5509 Miami Beach 39. Fla. NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street SEASON'S GR from E. STRECKEB Truck Body Butt 724 N. W. 21st Stall NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 G REETlNGSl AND BIS Engineering Cft| 47 N. W. First I Have You Tried the New BLUE-GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively "'"HUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121 NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHN B. ORR. Inc. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 2-4159 25 N. E. 20th Street We Wish to I NEW YEAR GR To Our Many M GUARANTY Til ABSTRACT COS 50WestFlagl! SEASON'S GR NASH GOFFEESi 3lN.E> dA PHONE m



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SSSKSSKS BSSHESSJ SEPTEMBERJ^IS^ •>. kwlsHkridlfar) PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN ish Scientists Aid Drus Discoveries By PAUL GOULD long ago that Jewish genius was playing an %  role in the development of the atomic bomb, Sna T open the door to a postwar world of atomic P^Jficant as this development has been, it is only a L i of the monumental feats performed by scientists of • h fa lh in the broad field of experiment and research, ^k alv enough, much of these new endeavors have t hed by refugees whose spark of brilliance was almost Khed by Nazi terror. r l v is ibis true in the case of two men Dr. Ernst ;; w. S. Lowew. versity for research on enzyn and the isolation of biologicallyactive substances. Biochen is the science of living tissues. At the time Dr. Florey was professor of pathology in the William Dunn school at Oxford and was seeking a biochnni.-t a-. ;i col league. He selected Dr. Chain a year before war broke out and they began their research. Sir Alexander Fleming had first discovered, in 1929, a mold that stopped the growth of deadly ,dy been acI Praise because .rtant contribupment of peni' of fact, Dr. J 0 red with Sir I : and Howard Tj t Nobel prize I [ast year for J'"' | „ol yet won a 1 his m f I ent reaches iulL. no ClOUDl UUt mm, aiu^ycu me ftiunui ui UVUUIJ ngnized. He I bacteria but he claimed no exfor 25 years in j traordinary healing qualities tor that he hopes it when Dr. Chain began to L ies, including j work w j tn rj r Florey he read a summer, hay tremendous number of book, on | anti-bacterial substances and de, of the two men I spite unfavorable accounts of the L ... mblance. Alchemical properties of this peniHitler seized J cillin, he began to start working Dr. Chain fled to on it in his laboratory beca behind his showed promising characteristics. Within six months, Dr. Chain had produced a sufficient quantity of penicillin and the very first tests of mice and rabbits proved that not only was it the strongest antiseptic ever known, but that it had absolutely no poisoning effect on tissues. The rest of the story is history. Dr. Lowcw's experiments with drugs seeking to cure mysterious allergies track hack a quarter of a nnuunced perfection ol ml allan, %  een :< %  ..„; ughly il which has pro: the initial ti ial Gi rmany 13 Lowew came to %  n in 1942 11 sp< nt n years in %  at pri : • u hi r at Utah univereitj with anthallan was perfoi • Columbia Univi ian Hospital ill Whereas several new drugs have lately appeared for hay fever sufferers, lheir properties are credited with providing temporary relief. Anthallan, however, is far more ambitious SEASON'S GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-3163 He is still | rl whereabouts an with rosy thick black L mustache, Dr. ars of age, I, | | brilliant men I, lay. In addi|: concert pianL with orchestras I: given his own In-. V. England, Dr. wmt •'.iinhridge uniTO ALL THE EASON S BTZST WISHES ACOLITE NEON SIGN CO. 410 S. W PHO.Ni 3rd Ave. 2-5334 BEST WISHES HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY'S JEWELERS 240 5th Street PHONE 5-2236 MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 2-1677 Miami Beach REASON GREETINGS lor Belter Heath Visit the f ami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated To Health '235 Bncayne Blvd. PHONE 7-7896 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT Accountants and Auditors SHORELAND ARCADE PHONE 3-6393 SEASON'S GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. SINCLAIR Gas and Oils 626 Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES BODY SHOP 135 Madeira Avenue PHONE 4-4966 [NEW YEAR GREETINGS imaturc & Generator Exchange 340 N. W. First Court PHONE 2-0491 NEW YEAR GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 SEASON'S GREETINGS |HIGH-GRADE ELECTRIC Radios Repaired Car ind Hi me Radios OLR 5,r>LCIALTY "HOUR SERVICE '"* Pick Up and Delivery Service :;a PH O\ES— 3-7059 19 N. E. 14th Street Auto Lock & Supply Company 1304 N. E. Second Ave. PHONE 9-3144 in that il attempts to cure not only hay fever but all allergies. A promising start has been made in this direction and if the fondest hopes of the discoverer are realized. Dr. Lowew's name will be safely entrenched among the miracle men of medicine. Annther immigrant—in somewhat the same sense as Dr. Lowew — who came to these to become a benefactor of mankind is the brilliant Dr. Selman Waksman of Rutgers uni• •;. discoverer of streptomycin. Like penicillin, streptomycin combats ti rrible disease and .1 has proved successful where penicillin failed to get a foothold, (Continued on P.iqe 32) NEW YEAR GREETINGS Up-lo-Date Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 PETE'S BAR The Finest Cocktails On Miami Beach — also — BEER and WINES Service Men Always Welcome 1137 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-9544 PETE FRANCIS. Prop. NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 NEW YEAR GREETINGS &f LEVI PLUMBING 9-1416 SEASON'S BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36lh Street PHONE 7-6693 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Bond Transfer Co. TRUCKING 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 SINCERE WISHES lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR LINICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-7896 T BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T W. A. GLASS We Extend New Year Greetings To All 1 MIAMI VACUUM CLEANERS COMPANY 1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-7838 NEWS TOWER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH DONOVAN'S BAR 501 N. W. 7th St., Miami HI T DONOVANS TAP ROOM 350 N." W. 8th Ave.. Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS EMPLOYERS SERVICE Miami's Leading Personnel Service Serving only better firms. o y n nnel.AU types ffihelp. Industrial help. CALL 3-0822 G15 Seybold Building Phone 5-7111 ENFIELD'S E SHOP Cor. WaSTiington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A BLUE AND GRAY CAB PHONE 2-4141 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Eatabite Sandwich Shop 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 y> C & E Restaurant 1652 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-3009 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR C A R R I B NOVELTY CO. Imported and Domestic Novelties 306 Congress Buildinq PHONE 3-0110 ? M i SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ELECTRON Incorporated Postal Building i



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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT *Jenisf> fk>ridlkri r l I I : l 1 FRIDAY GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR K. BURNS & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street PHONE 3-6154 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. J. F ARRE Y BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL iMfffli consiR GENERAL CONTRACTORS Congress Building PT j 01 -1 J Phone 9-2789 MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES T STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by STYLECRAFT 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street %  PHONE 3-3735 To Jewry — EVERYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR R. T. JEFFRIES of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY SEASON'S GREETINGS )7U£qAim, 9nc. WOMEN'S APPAREL 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 Colonists Take Militant Stand in Palestine T (Continued from Pane 26) b< tage committed by armed Jewish groups during the past year seem to fall into three categoric.-protests against the continuance of the White Paper policy; protection for the landing of unauthorized immigrants; and raids for arms and money. There would be no point in attempting here to trace the source of the various acts of the country-wide Haganah, or to the two small extremist groups (the National Military Organization and the Stern group). Aan example of sabotage for protest purposes may be cited the blowing up of the PalestineEgypt railway line in about 100 places on the night of October 31, which was understood to be a warning (the Bevin statement was then expected) that any pronouncement nf a policy unfavorable to the Jewish cause would be met with i> sistance. The nexl day the Jewish Agi ncy issued a statement repudiating violence as an instrument of the political struggle, but asserting that its capacity to ime restraint was being severely tried by the maintenance of a pi licy regarded as fatal to the future of the Jews. On November 14. the day after the Bevin statement, serious rioting broke out in Tel Aviv, though the Yishuv as a whole was observing a day of fasting and prayer that the "evil decree" might be averted. ROYAL BAKING COMPANY EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS T Announcement... E.C. GENERAL AGENT Industrial Insurance Co. of New Jersey 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 4 8-1706 SEASONS BEST WISHES from HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 On December 27, the police headquarters in the heart of Jerusalem was almost wrecked by a series of heavy explosions, which involved a number of casualties. The next morning, when David Ben Gurion and Moshe Shertok, Chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive and Head of its Political Department, respectively, were summoned by the High Commissioner, they dissociated the Agency complcti ly from the murderous attacks and expressed their profound sorrow at the loss of life incurred. But, they insisted, it was difficult to appeal to the Yishuv to observe the law at a time when the Mandatory was consistently violating the law of the country embodied in the Palestine Mandate, The Anglo-American Inquiry Committee later made the following comment on that statement: "We recognize that until comparatively recently efforts were made by the Jewish Agency to curb attacks; we regret that these efforts appear to have ceased." Among the measures taken to ensure the landing of unauthorized immigrants by sabotage were the following: blowing up of coast guard stations that had been built for the express purpose of intercepting "illegals"; the burning of many military planes in several airfields to prevent them from shadowing certain ships expected at the time and attacks upon the radar station which roud in Jured u-hiC7;'" lie V TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JERRY and MACK 2029 N. W. 2nd Ave. 2-4735 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Distributor "TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches NEW YEAR GREETINGS 2465 S. W. 8th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 48-1721 BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HERB FRINK YOUR MIAMI BEACH MAYOR ^rough a poli J" 5 5 '<£*& U'hai? Jjl Indent occ Urre( uf ?"/ %  %  !" *P we* ijjj bJ a party of iuJ^l it \ -"-ucisigqg (U „':! t hem r.to! Wh ''"theywerS Police p^ intei "i November, J rd stations W? "empts to trace %. were made by all •""" ten to fined L equipped witt taj] • who surround^ %  '' "' -ettlementsinib,, plain. 1 inds of men anh and children from fe, le thronged tiJ ieged villages if m ai y way they could, ill 11 %  '%  the onomne, fall .:. I mid) disobevedflJ ''" • utside the sett the troops opened fire. youni people, ir.cludir.ji A girl, fell duiaadi nty-five others wrei • I < 'fficial corr.rr..;-.;:. 8 | it the troops had L fire only after they hadbeeal at. This allegation -re fated by the setuej Gh th Haim, who in ad not even i_ I :nted out that! asualties asntl Wl n thi S.S. Wir.gatenl land some refafaa h near Tel A-.-.vf M four J ;:'.: -:;ick upon a si so as to p:evst| I i i-pting the T %  day the fur :j foui is turned intoa_ %  •: ation in TelH it nuid on Page II SEASON'S GREETINGS MARION BUTLER REAL ESTATE 1616 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-6409 Season's Greetings.. T M. B. NEWMAN COMPANY, INC. REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT First Trust Building Miami, Florida M. B. 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SEPTEMBER 27, 1946 *Jewi§ti rkridT&Mi PAGE TWENTY-NINE saw Hero Was LockLBBYT ZABITSKY r vv s born to dance. L c s born to Write. PL, born to compose, fc," Sai-holnik-Urka Nafcasbrn to Pick locks. I* Cm in Warsaw in ElaS were wealthy F P H in sive their son feu money could buy P g I a professional IKcSfit born. What J[v' "1 aw" said his RSching," said his mothri ,, rk ,v serenely in his $ened patiently to ge ";;,„-„,„. He double ,£. all. He became a Inrka did not know where Ctey. Ho just knew that Kk was not for him. He f understand arithmetic. L t remember history. He fclass and play with the Es father nave him for his birthdav. Once the watch frunninfi. He took it Rnarvcled at its "^ricacy. E, little fingers here and %  The watch began to tick, ^mate's watch broke. He WsTnterests broadened. bnd his fathert straight (razor. Was that too tat* Titsmak. .;,? An invest.gaLlowed. He Plied at the tith his nails, with a knife, [file until he succeeded in roughening the edge. The next day, the sight of his father's bleeding face and the touch of his mother's hairbrush put an end to the investigation. His interest reverted to watches. Urka did not continue his education in the gymnasium. He went instead to a school for mechanics. Theory bored him. But practicehe could fix anything. He tinkered with machines. He tinkered with automobiles. And finally, at seventeen, he began to tinker with locks. He took his stddies seriously. When he managed to open all the locks at school and at home, he began looking for new, fertile fields. Warsaw abounded in storehouses. At night, when people had gone to bed, Urka would slip silently out of the house and wander about the deserted factory district. The next morning businessmen were greatly surprised to find the doors of their warehouses open. Then Urka fell in love. He was a tall husky youth. His face was large and ruddy. Hit voice was loud and booming. And the object of his affections? A petite young lady with a small. angelic countenance. She was the daughter of the city's leading lawyer and traveled in refined, cultured circles. Urka strove to make a good impression. He even managed to wangle a dinner invitation. The fateful evening arrived. Urka put on a new, blue suit. He | JEWRY EVERYWHERE a Pleasu.. to Extend • YEAK GREETINGS TYCOON ICKLE SHOP. Inc. S. W. '2nd Avenue PHONE 481731 SINCERE EW YEA'.'. GREETINGS F!"">M SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Bi< i Drive PHONZ 6-1061 MIAMI REACH HAPPY NEW YEAR III T DftOECOMMONWEALTH TITLE CO. Representing Lawyer's Title Insurance Corp. of Richmond. Va. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS | TITLE INSURANCE flie Oldest and Most Complete Plant In Dade County AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 139 N. E. 1st Street perfumed his hair. At dinner he kept his voice at an unusually low pitch. And then he saw the cabinet. The cabinet was locked but with a lock the likes of which Urka had not yet encountered. It was made of gold and was elaborately designed. It ed to be three locks in one. Urka could not resist the temptation. When the guests retired to the draw.ng room, Urka set to work. Deftly his fingers turned the knob right. A click. Swiftly I his fingers turned the knob left. I A click. A circular motion and the lock flew open. Urka succeedj ed in his task—but, succeeded : i! at bung caught in the act. The romance shattered. Urka took stock of himself. He was wasting his life away on foolish prank-. If he could open locks so i easily, why shouldn't he avail j himself of the material that lay behind the locks? The next eight years he did so. He organized a gang. They held up banks and robbt d the wealthy. They broke into warehouses. They acquired great wealth but Urka never kept his share of the spoils He gave the money to the poor. He felt that he was duly compensated by the success of his ventures. To the rich he became public enemy No. 1. to the poor he became the reincarnation of Robin Hood. 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%  1 %  vJenisiiflvrklton had been ruled by the Supreme Court that deportation of Palestinian citizens was not Emergency defense regulations were enacted of such sevcritj Colonists Take Militant Stand (Continued from Pane 28) { other vc;ir< to Eritrea, though it Fifty thousand people marched in a heavy downpour in the procession, which was headed by the chairman of the Vaad Leumi, representatives of the Chief Rabbinate, the Jewish Labor Federation, and other important public that they were characterized by bodies. I the Jewish Bar Association ol Attempts to secure money and p a i es tin< as depriving the public arms by violence took the form rf he fundamenta ] rights of huof raids upon military camps and installations, robbery of bank man beings, mi ssengers carrying payrolls, holdup of a train known to cany government funds, etc. The most recent of such incidents occurred one night in May when a military camp was raided for arms by terrorists. Seven British soldiers w< re shot dead in their b, (Is. This was denounced everywhere in the Yishuv as an unpardonable outrage. iii r.70 =25S25 Some three weeks after the large scale riids on Jewish settlements, cities, institutions and the arrest of prominent Jewish leaders as well as some .'f.000 men and women, a terrific explosion rocked thi King David hi tel in ,i. ..:, m and literally destroyed th< offices of the Palestine govi rnn enl si cretariat and Britii I milil n > headquarters h o us ed Several nights after the raid on there. The casualties were high the camp British troops broke ,,; ^. M \, jncludil g many highinto the villages of Nathanya and ranking Jewish and British civil Beer Tuvia in reprisal, injuring L r vants, and 47 injured severely civilians and damaging property. enoug i | require hospitalization. The authorities apologized for •,-,,. D j ast ,,„ j u jy oo was ,,„. their behavior but declared that me di a tely condemned by Jewish TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A ^., NEW YEAR ST DRINK REGAL B E E R Prince of Golden Beers MIAMI. FLORIDA THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL they had hitherto shown much fore!) arance. The steps taken by the authorities to deal with acts of sabotage at times took forms that were the equivalent of collective punishment. Prolonged curfews of two weeks or more inflicted serious hardships on whole communities, disrupting business, transport, social activities and cultural life. were taken into CUS' I.V by thi hundred and held thi ut trial. Si me led this year, as in I organizations in Palestine and ghoul th< world as well as by non-Jewish groups and statesmen, including President Truman. The most immediate official reaction was the occupation of Tel Aviv I > 20,000 Bi itish troops and P lici expi its who imposed .'. I to kill" curfew and s< arched every house in the city. It was officially announced that than 100,000 of the city'J bitants wire interrogated during the four-day siege. In Jerusalem a 16-day curfew was imposed and numerous searches ai • i 8m sts were made. SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 To Our Many Friends We Wish A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Electrix Appliance Repair Shop 2761 S. W. 27th Avenue SAMUEL FRIEDLAND One half million dollars was the goal of the Miami Beach Jewish Center in its capital funds drive. Like other local religious institutions, the Center planned to include recreational facilities as well as a synagogue in its future setup. Drive for funds continues this year under leadership of Samuel Friedland. Center president. Site of the new Center: Washington ave. and 17lh st. Yom Kippur. 5706. Hurricane winds forced much of Greater Miami Jewry to worship by candlelight ai Kol Nidre services when electric power failed. 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Murdered 98 Percent olish Jews During War ** Jkmsti FkirSdton PAGE THIRTY-ONE NinetyK f the Jews who **? Poland after Sep-_ I .4 as a result 01 939 ','nu o a detailed S 0 iish Government If nine sections of the re%  '" -Extermination of gj pr0 vides a statis^";',,;: ; Lifn.mtheouton Sept. 1 LocA: Picker lightning-like ; lermans at the .of the war. the report 317 000 Jews remained the Nazi /one of occupa., i 157 000 were within fey' annexed by the Ru.var's outbreak. th e course of German towards the Jews, the reJrti out that the concen', JrV n urban areas lU d German persecution nntual extermination. In a entitled, -Phases and Solution of the problem under the Ger(cupation," it is noted that ,.,,.',„ 5 rted to carry out 0 f extermination after the war •, • ugh Poles were red citizens of an inferior the districts incorporated Nazis, Jews were exclud, this category and [ori W i deprived of the protection. cont.mpt for the Jews thc-ii nts' homi an I resumed his tink%  i ir.fi with in." i { TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LINCOLN FOOD MARKET 650 S. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-5201 T SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Hotel & Restaurant Employees & Bartenders Union LOCAL No. 133 Miami, Florida 240 N. E. 8th Street T Then in 1939 Poland was invad(I and enslaved. And Urka—toethei with his fellow Jews, was by the Germans against the Jews.. imprisoned in the Ghetto. Once There were robberies, "sean h again Urka began tinkering with ings,'' contributions, confiscations, locks. He organized a new gangtaking hostages, beatings and tora gang that harassed the Nazis. At tures, mockery, humiliation and night they filtered out of the organization of insulting performGhetto and broke into storeances (which were later filmed) houses. Tin next day the Jews compulsory labor, rapes, desecrawould be properly fed. They tion of sacred objects, burning of raided the warehouses. The next synagogues and Jewish libraries, day the Jews would be warmly expulsions and individual and clothed. Dynamite would be collective executions, the report j shipped into Warsaw. That night MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY Our New Miami Location 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. BARNEY WEINKLE AND FAMILY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR HOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY I, Roger W. Arnold 1221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA fcSON'S i.KEETTNGS T A M 1 A M I C V CLE 1561 S W. 8th Street said. By dividing the Nazi policy of extermination of the Polish Jews into two phases, the Commission found that up to the time of the Nazi attack en the Soviet Union in June 22, 1941, 500,000 Jews 'had perished. From the summer of 1941 to February, 1945, 2.300,I 000 Jews died at the hands of the : Germans reports that I Jews were k | Germans. These Jews came bnefi ly from Hungary, Czechoslovakia. Austria, France, Belgium, Italy, and Greece. the bridgi wn up. And Urka develop, i ,, new talent—the talent of silent, swift murder. He resolved a Nazi a month and a Nazi a month it was foi 18 months. The nineteenth month Urka was ired. How he was kill ni knows. Wl i re he was buried no one knows. But rumor has it that the 1 Nazis invented an unA HAPPY NEW YEAR l i! GREENTREE died at tne nanas oi u ^ md ^^^ „ t „ The Commission also P T %  d not th at 1,000,000 non-Pol,., U*> .J ^ ^ d re killed in Poland by the „ k might HOTEL 110 N. E. 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i I i: i li' i r I %  %  PAGE THIRTY-TWO <*Je*istfk>rkHair) FRIDAY, & Jewish Scientists Aid Miracle Drug Discoveries (Continued from Poe 27) working notably against tuberculosis, typhoid fever, whooping cough, undulant fever and gastrointestinal infections. Dr. Waksman came to America from Priluka, a small town near Kiev in Russia, in 1910. His family looked upon America as the typical land of opportunity, and did not see much of that in Czarist Russia. From the very first he was cut out for distinction. Despite the handicaps of a new language and new customs, he' quickly obtained his bachelor of science and master of science degrees from Rutgers and at the age of 30 was granted his doctorate from the University of California. He specialized in soil microbiology and has taught at ; Rutgers since 1918. The professor worked on a simple theory in attempting to find the new and powerful medicine. "We know certain microbes will destroy others," he said. "So we tried to isolate a microbe which would be the most effective against other types of microbes, such as those which cause typhoid and tuberculosis. When we found tory conditions and, in addition, is more expensive to produce than penicillin. Hundreds of frantic calls came in from civilians, begging for streptomycin for critical cases. Now these appeals will be answered quickly, for 15 companies in the country are making it and some are building special plants. In a fiw months a large commercial supply of the drug will be on the market. While the accomplishments of men like Dr. Chain and Dr. Waksman are already inscribed in the hall of fame and that of Dr. Lowew still awaits the critical lest of lime, there are many great Jewish scienlists I who have been palienlly exploring some of the other mysteries of the world of microbes and bacteria. Space, of course, does not permit describing their achievements or hopes, but one man in the Midwest is worthy of mention. Ho is Dr. Harry Goldblatt of Western Reserve university in Ohio, the foremost experimenter with anti-reticular cytoxic serum (commonly called ACS) in America. ACS is the discovery of a Russian who was half Jewish, Dr. A. A. Bogomolets, who died several weeks ago. It is a fasclnatindividuals. He discovered it in a small town in southern Russia where an amazing number of men and women were over 100 years of age. Their tissue was young and he deduced that this was the difference between them and prematurely aged people. In 1936, after 12 years of preliminary experiments with animals, Dr. Bogomolets used ACS on humans and found it a miracle drug in treating infected wounds, osteomyelitis, arthritis, gangrene, i lung abscesses, bone fractures arid | cancer after operation, the latter In prevent re-occurrence. Now Dr. Goldblatt is carrying on this work, with a large grant made by American benefactors. At present he is •compiling answers to questionnaires which indicate how the first 3,000 patients treated with it have fared. Much will be heard from Dr. Goldblatt and much will be heard of ACS. this microbe, we built it up and fattened it under ideal conditions. Then we robbed it of his fighting ing drug in that—if startling piechemicals and used this substance dictions come true—it can profor ourselves against typhoid or long life to 125 or 150 years. Howt.b. in humans." ever, neither Dr. Bogomolets nor In 1944, the drug first appeared Dr. Goldblatt ever made such but its use was confined to Army claims for it. patients. Three lives were saved What is ct rtain, however, is the first week it was applied. The that the connective tissues of the only trouble was that the drug human body deteriorates and could not be produced in suffiwhen it does, what we know as Ciently large quantities to take old age sets in. Dr. Bogomolets care of all emergencies. It must discovered a serum—ACS—which grown slowly under laborawhen injected gives new life to be A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY :USTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20lh Street American Pharmacy. Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 • IN .-.7


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L E pTEMBER_27 1 _l94e_ +Jmhl rinrSdlfon PAGE THIRTY-THREE ringtime For Benny Modern Short Story M MELACHMAN w as hardly opened was in and it Old Solomon ££* around from the Lced bor ie M re again she was cloth pon the table. _Her tiled happiness, Wl fturnal to fear. I „ rV she sighed as she fcroun


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ifc i 16 PAGE THIRTY-FOUR *Jfcw idh tkrMhto FRIDAY 1 r %  Springtime For Benny (Continued from Page 33) The Captain tried to push past him, but Solomon resolutely kept the door almost closed. "Yes?" he asked again in a louder, surer voice. "We have been told that Benjamin Gruenberg, who is wanted by the authorities is visiting you tonight." "My son is not here. I haven't sien him for some time." "We know he is here. Tell him to give himself up." Solomon shruggd. "He is not here. I don't know where he is. I have told you so many times. "You cannot fool HU Majesty's Army." said tinCaptain, importantly. "I know. It is very sn art, his Majesty's Army: Smart enough not to send decent soldiers I but to send Mosley's scum!" Solomon threw a murderous look at the privatt s. Oni ening step closer. The Captain ly stepped in fr< nt of him. "If your son doesn't come out. He turned to Becky. "1 will go we will go in and get him." myself. You don't have I "Poppa," exclaimed Bedky afraid of me. I will nol "Let them come and yi ur daughti see foi themselves. Momserem!" Becky looked at Sol mon, then soft voice. "I'll just open the door and look S lomon reluctantly stepped In," he pleaded. Silentlj i % % %  < s Idiers looked Becky looked at Solomon, then the room. Becky then led slowly opened the door. The I kitchen, pointedly captain looked around th< by 1U bent di wn and tri< d to %  Soloacross the room under thi I i i ked around in surprise. There was no oni there. H wevei Where v thi supper? Then he there was another door to the girls do now-a-days? Go out aftt r dark and be raped like Lisa Levin?" The Captain thought uneasily of the most unfortunate occurrence ol a few days In fore. "No." Becky continued, "my daughters stay home safe in their own beds. And." She added, "N< men go into their rooms." "I'm sorry, Madam, I ut we must search that room. At The Captain tried to move B aside. She uttered a shrill, % %  %  ing scream. "Help.' she 5Cr< hysterically. "Help, rape!" Solomon, not knowing what was happening, but following his .:. lead, ran to an opt n window and closed it. But through the other open window came the : of running feet. A knock len d .it the door. The Captain was red and sweating. He thoug I tl dier who had be n so i fficu ntly punish' d : crime bj t:.> ni -: i 15. "Guard the d h< snapped. "Hot:. 11 you." loset. Only clothes' He turned and scutted out of the room, a free man. Hastily h< left the house, the two soldiers silently following. i ii j pushed through the little group gath red outside. The captain tin. w ., na-ty glance at one of ihe iron. Old Solomon, follownoticed the glance. Little Manny's father! He would not In* ... %  time later hi re-< ntered He went into his dauj %  i droom. "They arc gone," he said. "But ^^^^ %  < *^j*'y*%****^**J*' •% 706 l not opened AH tl -upper tilj | laced in t %  Thi Capl left the kit Oi • ned a i huge room. He looked at Becky. "Th —?" "It is only a closet." Becky started to close the bedroom u The captain, looking ill kt ea.-e. Stopped her. "I must look in the (.' % %  Conflict over the local kashrus situation supposedly came to an end with the recognition and financial support of the Greater Miami Vaad by Federation. Out in the cold, as far as Federation was concerned, was the Miami Beach Vaad (directed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff) which refused to combine with the Miami Vaad (directed by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky) as Federation had previously suggested. • • Despite bedsheet shortages, out came the Ku Klux Klan again, two years after its alleged disbanding. Miami had its share of KKK baclchall meetings, billboards, cross burning, threats etc. Local action against the Klan added up to little more than censure by organized groups. j-U-LI*LJ*| -e i *L I ll M W | W M W l | kies in his pocket Becky seemed about to SCI How the offij "1 will just go to the closet and e, r. Becky g up the jar comi %  '. at one.." Hurriedly he and thrust it into hi H looked ..'. ment. "The J' we don't eat contamincent mptu: the Captain. She led int %  the om At • • I.V one : eft The t it. Becky sti od in front the i :. • V • in hi : %  she %  n %  I | Captain, I | iis your New E\ %  "No day is a I the house What car. young stipp< d into the : Becky ran and stood in front i f the bed. The two girls who had been silently staring began to cry. One bicame hysterical. Solomon ran into the room. The captood by t "Now. now." he said distra ti I ly keeping his eyes away I : bed "Now. now girls. Don't bo afraid. Nothing will happen to you. I'm only looking : brotb.i : At this the girls cried more violently. Becky cried. Solomon Kee| g close to tl i wall, thinking of the m soldier, the captain :cached the door. He hurriedly looked into where is !* %  nny?" "Laughing, the girls jumped out f bed. "Are you sure they're gom '.'" asked Sarah. "Yes," said Solomon. "Let me out of hen," called a muffled voice. The three wi men H ulled off dcovers. "Giv a hand. Pappa." said Becky. Solomon helped them roll back the mattress. On the middle of the spring was Benny, lying with his face pressed against the spring. Groaning, he elped to his feet. They laughed at his face, criss-crossed bj the wires of the spring. He kissi d hi.mother. "What a tigress!" He started to kiss his sisters, then playfully smacked Anna. "Next time' stay on your own side of the bed and don't roll i v. : on top f me," he said. T SOUTHERN RIBBON DISTRIBUTORS Ribbons for FLORISTS. FRUIT SHIPPERS and GIFT WRAPPINGS Also Decorative Paper & Foils 542 N.W. 11th St. Ph. 2-1708 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Certified Poultry & Egg Company 728 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-8115 NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. and MRS. .ugene w eiss 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. 5-4377 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL VAL C. CLEARY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER S! BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. All Kinds of Hauling COURTEOUS SERVICE 1109 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4768 NEW YEAR GREETINGS DIAL 3-2023 II 'L' ROME MATTRESS & BOX SPRING CORP PRETTY SOFT PRODUCTS j ^ 2029 N g"? Avenue Miami. Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"' 301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida Phone 9_ 1781 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO^T LEES J G B I L L 1401 Waihinglon A wnue Phone 5-J NEW YEAR GRETTT^T JEAN'S CANDY SHOPD For Tropical Fruit Candies. Jellies ^J*} Made On Our Premises At 212 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach PW. WE SHIP ANYWHERE nda A HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 175 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 2-9304 EAST COAST FISHERIES, WEST FLAGLER STREET AT THE BRIDGE EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Sevl 3030 N. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 2-5053 BEST WISHES F OR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVE J. COHN, General Agent PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY T Seventeenth Floor. Congress Building PHONE 2-3181 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N. E. Third Avenue SOUTHERN DAimES111J SEALTEST MILK and ICE C EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRTEN1* SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR



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s^e^f-'; ^Jenisti Fhrkfian I ssssaes*w8aHBB PAGE THIRT yd Peace, Domestic Harmony Face Test in 5707 B PHILIP 707 which started ll^r-'inthehisin the hisin the hisjewBh people in parwitness the eswhether America U to keep up W y „ %  New V rk which will esitt economic prosperity or de..,,,,,,, wm es scend into another great de' modua Vivendi, which presiion like that of 1929 will w,u restore some peace to the be decided during the year. Holy Land. Will that decision be Will what b called "free enfavorable to th yearning of Jewterprise." be given again unI a national home of in? Will they be able to emigrate ] clarified during the year. limited sway, or will government controls over the economic life of the country, like OPA, be continued? Will we maintain full employment or hi.:• %  Bortai Win and : lenced, there was and foremost, be made to get Ei on outlawing the Erf the atomic bomb. Gireful threat now hangfil ,mankind, As this is America and Rusreached no agreeTniernati nal control of in WiU Bu ssia finally acA XJ an plan? W.ll to the Russian will decide this ssue that faces v< ry individ. allow atomic ivilization or Ives before it ite" i ,nce will durI ti ".me anew the | lw een nations in and attempt to restore if,,, that hungry, half,,1 continent. Will the ites prove the salvation ic, will they bring a hap,"„ the I undreds of milwho live on this that the Peace Confer0 [ continents where civilization was born and led fur many centuries %  .,. %  ,. .1 was transplant: ents? Or will the inly bring new misery to Euroe will tell. in the United States durmonth of November we Ject a new Congress, or ise, two-thirds American con:d system being what it lose of the separation of utivc and the legislative ot government in the an systi ni, we shall not new government — that's idi ntlal election most important thing I" congressional fnmi an international %  of view is whether a malof the m i iv elected con|f" and si nators will supV' 1 international point of [' Franklin Roosevelt Icndcll Willkie bequeathed land which President Trup upholding— the view of orld in v.: ich nations shall be muturally helpful—or f'V n turn to isolationism f the power for (which America, the most ^l country in the world, exercise in the world at During thi year while the [•elected Coi mess will be lall know the anM'nally, jhe question of their own. or will it make an end piration? Will % %  largi -.ale Ji wish immigration into I be allowed, or only a limited one? Will Palestinian arrive at mass unemployment? Jewry be given a large degree of Will we build homes for all who self-government? need them, or will we allow Not only I of Palestinian speculating real ors. gouging Jew b u1 also thai of a million bu.ld.ng material manufacturan g in Europe ers. racketeering labor unions [outside of Ru Great Britand all the other forces of selfishness to strangle the efforts of millions of Americans to obtain decent shelter for themselves? This coming year will tell the story. ain, wi be d< cided during this to happier climes? How many will be allowed to enter the United States? How many will other countries admit? We shall learn as the year goes on. Will Poland, that once teeming center of Jewish life, be emptied completely of Jews, or will the pogrom element of that unhappy country be finally liquidated, so that Jews may be enabled to live again in a country where they had lived half a millenium and had established a flourishing culture? And will the Jews of Rumania and Hungary my future for themselves in those countries, or will they too s million and a De g tor immigration visas? Will half, whi urvived in Europe edly I there by Get a million must For the Jewish people this emij e there 3 no fucoming year 5707 will be one of ture, no hope for thi m in their the most decisive in its entire hisnative lands. tory. The fate of Palestine for a long time to come will surely be decided during the coming 12 months. The unrest, the disorder, the terror in which PalesThey are hungry, they are desstitute, they are despondent — them who do not flee from pogroms and take ter in displaced persons' tinians have been living cannot tamps under Allied military concontinue much longer. A decitrol. Will they be able to cmision must very soon be reached mate t„ happier climes? How by the United Nations Asscmmany of them will Palestine take Fiance admit a largo number of Jewish immigrants from those countries, or will other countries? We don't know as yet, but during the coming twelve months we 1 probably learn. We shall also find out during the next twelve months whether racial and religious prejudice in the United States, particularly anti-Semitism, is decreasing or Retting stronger, and if the tide of prejudice is rising what we can do to halt it. Some of the internal problems, too, if American Jews will become more Shall our Judaism here remain what has been called a "charity Judaism," a matter of philanthropy, or shall it become deepened and more spiritualized? Shall ye continue to neglect the Jewish education of our children, as we have been neglecting it for a whole generation and thus lost a generation, or shall we make a real effort to imbue our children with a love and loyalty for those Jewish spiritual values that were handed down to us by our ancestors? Shall we discard those values for the superficial glitter of something we call "modern" and which is empty of all content, by which human beings must finally realize that they cannot live? The year 5707 may not b e decisive in this regard, but it may point the direction in which American Jewery is to develop in the future, it may show whether American Jewry wishes to cmbark upon a healthy, fullrblooded Jewish life here or desires to embrace an empty, anemic assimilationism. So we must wait and hope that 5707 will turn out as we want it turn out, that it will not belie all our aspirations. F ALL MY FRIENDS NT HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVE WHITTAN T [IJ I S A PI.KASURE [TO EXTEND |NCERE AND BEST IRISHES FOR A %  HAPPY NEW YEAR fEORGE H. CABEL p HONE 7-1136 ,„. CUSTOM | up HOLSTERlNG 1570 N.E. Fourth Avenue f i i R 1 %  i ^ 1 • k '!'! H'l 'I %  '< • 1 •1 • \ v ; ; I 1 1 V \l I % 



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' • 1 I If I PAGE THIRTY-SIX Jewish fk*kltori_ FRIDAY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. & Mrs. L. Seiderman 518 Euclid Avenue SCHNEIDER DYNAMITE and MACHINERY Company 990 N. W. N. River Drive Phones 2 1315 & 4-3265 RUSSELL'S TROPICAL FRUIT JUICES. Inc. Manufacturers of TROPICAL FRUIT and VEGETABLE JUICES Fresh Fruit Concentrates Fruit Syrups and Fruit Pulps For Ice Cream Manufacturers and Bottlers 1166 SW. FIRST ST. PHONE 9-3449 HAPPY NEW YEAR of CORAL GABLES CHRIS BELER REALTOR Real Estate : Finance Business Opportunities 76'2 N. E. First Street (Corner N. E. First Ave.) PHONE 3-5371 B A I R D ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contractors Electrical Appliances 624 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-6831 ALBERT KRAINSON Registered Real Ettate Broker PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SALES and RENTALS INVESTMENTS 771 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-1952 Congress Upheld Jewish Plea For Homeland AS THE JEWISH NATIONAL HOME. %  Whereas the Sixty-Seventh Co = of the United State. tira taa s ffijgfez saw National Home for the Jewish people. JM^SU civil ,nd that the holy places and MUgWul a^relYgTous rights of Christian and all other --jfSUSB ESlS. VSSZJ&&J& ^adequately protected': "And whereas the ruthless persecution of the £**£££• in Europe has clearly demonstrated the need for a Jewisn Homeland as a haven for the large numbers who have become homeless as a result of this persecution: "And whereas these urgent necessities are evidenced by the Presidents request for the immediate right of entry into Palestine of one hundred thousand additional Je ? 1,h ""£•• %  .,„ "And whereas the influx of Jewish immigration into Palestine is resulting in its improvement in agricultural, financial, hvaienic and general economic conditions; "And whereas the President and the British Prime Minister have agreed upon the appointment of a Joint Anglo-American Committee of Enquiry to examine conditions in Palestine as they bear upon the problem of Jewish immigration and the Jewish situation in Europe and have requested a report within 120 days: "Therefore be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring, that the interest shown by the President in the solution oi this problem is hereby commended, and that the United Slates shall use its good offices with the Mandatory Power to the end that Palestine shall be opened for free entry of Jews into that country to the maximum of its agricultural and economic polenlialitiss, and that there shall be full opportunity for colonization and development, so that they may freely proceed with the upbuilding of Palestine as the Jewish National Home and, in association with all elements of the population, establish Palestine as a democratic commonwealth in which all men. regardless of race or creed, shall have equal rights." AMERICA. THROUGH ITS ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES. HAS DEMONSTRATED. ONCE AGAIN, ITS TRADITIONAL REGARD FOR JUSTICE AND ITS DEEP CONCERN FOR FREEDOM FOR ALL PEOPLE. (Text of the resolution calling for a free Palestine passed by acclamation in both the Senate, December 17, 1945 and the House of Representatives. December 19. 1945.) Sylvan Paterno Upfiolsteting 1359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-0744 Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 s \i Producers of the Finest RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN MAYO Commissioner of Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA GREETINGS FROM Butler's Inc. SHOE STORES STORES ALL OVER THE SOUTH GREETINGS... Mi T OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATIC STANDARD OIL PRODUCESi Complete Service "With a Smile" 2065 S. W. 8th Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR '1' Iron of All Descriptions RICHIE PLUMBING SUPPLY^ New and Used Plumbing SUDDBM 2116 N. W. 27th AVENX; I. LEVIN "j* MIA Ml.FL0Rm| TO ALL OF YOU May the New Year Bring You Health and H PP OSCAR E. DOOLEY. Jjl AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS MYRON & ORBKNTRKK .!. W. OLDFIBLP TH08. B. KRBEOER HARRT W. WATTS J. ALKX MAI,U>Y P. K. Mi-HARRT PATRICK H. HARNi:s INGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA 1: v ERnMANir JACK K raoius !" 1 MERCANTILE BANK 1J MIAMI BEACH FLAM TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAS m MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL SAAL 4 FAMEY SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, Inc. iff 79 N. W. 20th Street Miami, Ii| $ TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. LUMMUS, JR. TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY SINCERE WISHES FO R A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. LEATHERMAN $ CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY



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*F !" HHWHg ^ iffa^Kftj-Hf^i. %  +Jmist> Meridian PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN erica Gives Asylum to D Ps By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL chairman of tha board of the United Service for New Enflel rincipal national welfare agency eerving the foreign r J "IS! rt State*, which hat conaolldated the National Refugee r the un sarvica to Faralgn Born of the National Council Lnd the Na ^ |(|< eonio ||d,tlon, Mra. Engel waa chairman % W Tsrvice to Foreign Born of NCJW.) Rational Q the brightest moments Jfsh ^nals of the year E A t 9 o'clock on the army transport, |tys ring" 1 i^ to the dock, decks and HSng'rrowded with paseaPfrly scanning the an skvline. [ ha d Kon many gala ar1 New York harbor since tf the war of ships bring* American soldiers. This lerent. Las tne arrival of the Lp Marine Flasher, bnngErst gr


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fJewistnorl^EL %  NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS D. W. McCOY. Inc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches 1549 S. W. 8th Street PHONES 9-2245—3-2991 NEW YEAR GREETINGS f G. J. G. y* T IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Mosl Popular Bar 11 i T 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 OPC. Cor. Elks Club i ti T T HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICAN HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE SEYBOLD BUILDING i 11 T SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami T EIDENIRt MOTORS USED CARS BOUGHT or SOLD 2820 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-8252 America Gives Asylum (Continued from Page 37) agencies, which worked so well at Oswego, was thin extended to the larger tasks in connection with immigration from overseas. Then came the formation of United Service for N w A icans, consolidating the two agencies and inheriting from both their trained professional staffs, experience, and "know-how," together with their programs and respi risibilities. The consolidation also placed at the disposal of the new agency the tremendous reservoir of skilled volunteer women workers who had been profesionally trained and President Greets American Jewry This is President Harry S. Trumessage to American Jt wry on Rosh Hashona: To all my fellow citizens of the Jewish faith I extend hearty greetings and good wishes on their New Year's Day. Its celebration this year comes at a time when the United States and its allies are seeking to lay the foundation of lasting peace in the world. This task cannot be completed unless all persons, without distinction of race, language or religion, are made secure in the enjoyment of their inherent human rights. To this end, the treaties of peace now being discussed bind the nations who warred against human freedom to guarantee to all their peoples freedom of opinion, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and freedom of worship. These freedoms ar e the heritage of centuries of civilization. All of us share the responsibility for seeing that they are extended to all mankind. supervised by the National Servi„ t0 Foreign Born of NCJW, as well as the devoted local committees throughout the country which had ...operated with NRS. The consolidation was effected on August 1. Enjoying the financial support previously provided for the work of NRS by the United Jewish Appeal, United Service for New Americans furnishes the greatest and most complete welfare promam for newcomers ever offered in this country. It begins v. D before they arrive, first with location services that put refugei a abroad in touch with their relatives here, and then with migration service which provides help and guidance in preparation and filing of affidavits and other documents required in arranging for visas. Under the Truman directive, the ;'g" tcy also undertakes another type of responsibility in migration—issuance of its corporate affidavit. This is provided in eases where adequate individual affidavits are not available. Immigrants whose visas are based on th. United Service affidavit constitute only a fraction of all whom the agency assists. Many of those coming on affidavits of others turn to the "United" for assistance they cannot obtain elsewhere. Nevertheless, thi figures on corporate affidavitare significant. Of the 2974 immigrants who arrived on corporate affidavits aboard the first six ships from Europe, USNA is | the affiant for 1R30. In addition, USNA carries corporate responsibility for all 824 of the former Ji wish residents of the Oswego Shelter. Th.work on behalf of the concentration camp survivors immigrating under this so-called European Project is perhaps the most dramatic. At the same time immigration of refugees to the United States from other countries throughout the world has increased. $ NEW YEAR GREETINGS J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith Exodonists INGRAHAM BUILDING Miami, Florida !i! Mr. and Mrs. PHILIP STEIR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A Most HAPPY NEW YEAR in T HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS MUSH ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling, Alliqator Farm, Museum, Wishing Well, Curio Shop—Buses 15 and 19 or Yacht Seminole Queen Hi T A Most Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons y CHAS. A. FOX. Prop. FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2626 N. E. 2nd AT.. PHONE 3-5530 111 T III MR. and MRS. JACK ADELMAN AND JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES NEW YEAR GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th St. 7-0314 Beit Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER PHONE 2-2860 For An Auction Ute The "WRIGHT WAY" MR. and MRS. A. P. GANNES and Family Extend New Year Greetings to the Board of Director of the Bureau of Jewish Education and their families, their many friends and the Jewish Community of Greater Miami # %  Mr "* Mr. Si 1 A MOST HApffjg1 F0U SIST E 3 HUHGAHI 1 RESTAURA*' "SWuhiagto^ f p H0NE 5-370,' MR. and MB& MORTONS. FAG ialce This Oppcth„l To Wish Their MS] Friends A HAPPY ARD PROSPEROUS NEWl BISCAYNE ROLLER SKATING PALACf THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH NEW MAPLE FLOATING NOISELESS FL00B 150 N. W. First St.. V 2 Block West ol Court How Open 7:30 to 11 Every Evening — Including Sunder Matinee Sunday — 2 to 5 P.M. A Murray L. Rose Enterprue Beat Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR C. S. VAUGHAN PLUMBING and HEATING 1716 N. W. 45th Street Phone 7HW FLOOR SANDING DOING QUALITY WORKW FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI ACE CONTRACTORS I 2131 N. W. 51st St. PheMMHfl BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. GEORGE J. BERTMAN and FAMILY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING COMPAQ 17 N. W. THIRD STREET PHONE 2-3845 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. M. BEAR & SONS Sunland Fashions of Miami 50 S. E. FIRST STREET BAB AD'S SPARKLING SELTZER WATER 40 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach WISH ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY m. APGAR EMPLOYMENT AGENCi SEYBOLD BUILDING



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<*^i.^*^*f;V*in' SEPTEMBER 27. 1946 + k*istrkriclton PAGE THIRTY-NINE r^^EETINGS [oVE & MEYERS 1 s Miami Avenu* IpHONE 3-1637 0 d Mrs. Ben Giller L Best Wishes for a tapPY New Year to All I V. GALARDI SEYBOLD BLDG. |S ALL HIS FRIENDS LAPPY NEW YEAR land Mrs. M. Drucker and Family Original Druckar" II Their Relatives and Fi icnds IAPPV NEW YEAR JSOH'S GREETINGS EORGE BERNARD Buildinq Miami. Fla. (SON'S GREETING PRESERVING CO., Inc. N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 Among the GI's returning to Miami was Morris Klass. who resumed his activities as executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in October. • • WHO KNOWS WHERE OR WHEN The Zionist Organiiation of America wanted the World Jewish Congress to be held in the United Slates. Palestine factions said no. Congress was postponed from August to December. Latest information is that the world Jewish leaders would meet in November, perhaps in Switzerland. • lii 5706 Rosh Hashona, 5706. With victory over the Japanese only a few weeks old. military uniforms were still a familiar sight in this area. Special services at the Miami Beach High school wer e attended by some 3.500 Jev.-ish service men and women, guests of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare board. • • • Ultimate creation of an independent Jewish slate in Palesline was visualized by Sen. Alben W. Barkley at the Florida conference for the United Jewish Appeal. At the same conference, held at Miami Beach in January, Ll. Col. Judah Nadich said the overwhelming majority of DP's wanl to settle in Palestine. They choose no alternative, declared the former aid to Gen. Eisenhower. Added impetus for the UJA drive came from French Capt. Robert Gamson, wartime Maquis leader. • Greater Miami's Jewish population: 29.325. So said the survey made by a Federation committee in 1944-45 and released to The Jewish Floridian in January. The figure put Greater Miami among the top 20 cities in point of Jewish population. Notable fact found by the surveyors: Miami Beach is 50 per cent Jewish. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Security Bldg. Ph. 3-7796 SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street PHONE 3-2038 ABRAHAM GOODMAN Dr. Abba Hillel Silver sounded the keynote for a more militant Zionism in a speech following his election lo the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America at the convention in Atlantic City last November. Miami Beach resident, Abraham Goodman, was elected to the treasury post. Thirty-six hour plane service from New York lo Jerusalem was inaugurated by TransWorld Airways in April. BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 NEW YEAR GREETINGS THEO. GULKIS Miami Wholesale Corp. 118 N. W. First Avenue PHONE 3-3449 May This Year Bring To All Much Happiness and Prosperity I 2220 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 3-7052 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. & Mrs. J. Rosenthal 1502 N. E. 1st Avenue To All A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. IRVIN L. SIEGEL Washington, D. C. JENNIE GARSSON and SELMA LEVY of the Monogram Center Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR RUSS SEIFERTH PLUMBING. HEATING AND GAS PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 543 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 9-1108 BEST WISHES for the NEW YEAR! : ——— |T IS OUR HOPE that a happy future lie ahead for all people. As we enter this new period, it is well to consider how life may become easier, how our state may become a better, more prosperous place m which to work and live. Our plan, already in operation, includes— NEW PLANTS and LINES to provide plenty of Sunshine Service. NEW LOW RATES to make it Cheaper! We believe this winning combination adds up to a finer brighter future! FLORIDA LidflT IJOMPM IUIIO 1 n %  is %  i %  1 1 4 i



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? f L^£&£&tt& H. It i: i, r i I i i : PAGE FORTY + Jewish fork*** Beet Wishes for A Happy New Year CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Cored Gables AUTO SALES and SERVICE USED CARS BOUGHT and SOLD 1340 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 9-1647 EARL BAIR. Owner $ ALLAPATT A H CLEANERS, Inc, 1866 N. W. 36th Street Phone 2-6411 DRY CLEANING SERVICE THAT SATISFIES 8! To Our Friends And Acquaintances A Most Happy New Year "VANCE FOR VALUES" CHESTER M. VANCE REALTOR 216 Coral Way CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-0864 HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA HANNOCK Engineer & Surveyor 1911 Dade County Court House PHONE 3-4431 I^A^LSEPTEMBER^ Wake Up Justice By HARRY KOVNER Justice as all know is the foundation Of law and order in human society. Justice is a spiritual manifestation And a guard against the selfish and the mighty Justice is a heavenly word Conceived to protect against wrong; The voice of justice is often heard But seldom practiced by the strong Justice invariably is blinded by graft. Be it in the form of position, power, or gold, The masses are left on the high seas in a raft. And on the auction block of greed are sold Justice is depicted as blind, Impartial, correct and strict; But somehow a way will find For a bribe to change a verdict Alas justice didn't open its eyes to see The slaughter of millions of Jews. And it turned a deaf ear to their despondent plea And paid no heed to the ghastly news In the wilderness was their cry, No offer of help came from anywhere. Not a people on earth made a try, To save them from the infernal nightmare In the face of such a catastrophic tragedy To the Jews at the hand of mankind Nothing is done to secure a remedy— Justice remains deaf, dumb and blind Even today the remnant of the Jewish race Has neither home nor land of their own Strangers in the land of their fathers they face Terror with no hope for a brighter dawn Yet justice lends a ready ear To the Iranian dispute, Why all the fuss and false fear If not to protect English loot Amazing how justice opened her eyes wide At the Nuremberg top Nazi trial. It stands loyally on the alert at their side To aid and to comfort them all the while Wake up justice before 'tis too late You know that mankind cannot long exist, On intolerance, graft, greed, war and hate God didn't intend man to act like jungle beasts Wake up justice! Open wide your eyes And see the misery, shame and disgrace. Caused by your duplicity and lies— Pray it isn't too late to save the human race. "Sawdust Supplied In Any Quantity" 2752 S. W. 28th Lane Phone 48-4522 iji M. M. MOORE, Proprietor 4|J Hotel and Restaurant Food Purveyors 1062 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-841} 1 (j) TRAIL REALTY CO. 2058 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-4061 REAL ESTATE Ralph A. Kennedy : : : E. C. MUIIM Best Wishes to All Our Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR June Dairy BEST CREAMERY BUTTER \# R. H. SCOTT — J. B. FORD & ASSOCIATES LAND SUBDIVISION AND CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS TOPOGRAPHIC AND HYDROGRAPHIC MAPS UJ 307 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 9-3508 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS .. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT NEW CARS FOR RENTALS C. E. PITT MOTOR CD. 1180 N.W. 36th Street phone! AL MOUNT. Manager It It a Pleasure to Extend to All Our Jewith Friend. OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS It gives us pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and customers a most HAPPY NEW YEAR RENUART LUMBER YARDS Everything to Build Anything Coral Gables # Miami Shores • Little River Coconut Grove m PAN AMERICAN METAL H COMPANY, Inc. 252 N. W. 29th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETTS RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twnty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEA^J m^



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•j-L s^t^ftw'? ?£ MKBSBPS^P %  SS^^S^??~?~*5Fp MY.SEPTEMBWJ7, 1946 ****Mrhr/!cftori oun g Farmers-Look to Palestine By MARC H (Copyno* 1 ,946 Jewi,h mlle south of New CITE. %  c nd of a Ctave%  ad, there lies 'S and cultivated by a /now group of farming ^Ih' call themselves ifiSto. 38 young men and fctheJ'-l rming pioneers" TSqueTn U e not* of agri. I historv foi they repreHeSP^Scnd of religious JTwhose lal on New Jer, nil is fired with the aspira^ "developing agricul^.1 Jue ana skills which they CnUlly carry with them to L-une. Rangini from 18 to 27 m of age, these youthful Lox Jews woik from dawn [dusk, s.x daj per week, on -Hachsharah" farm training Ur), resting oi ly <>n the Sabf love comk to all and ii which all parmost diligently Is that of dying the Toi h and supple•ntary Hebn tuclies. poprtpai-i' t i >lves for million to ana ement in Eretz Eroel at the i of their onet training pel d requires a jcentrati'd >•:. :t -and so, these £hs,most of v. !• im are college iduatcs and I rmi r Yeshiva idents. arise I rough! and early |5a.m. and work doggedly 12 K per day in the sprawling Ids,orchard-, m barn, .ecause tin ,. ing shortage kpinchid tl i m as badly as % city bretl the "Chalut' have a i their living ters so thai their feminine mbers livi the two-toried, lot-room while their countcrr,! rough it" in i ruggi 'ight army ltslir.d up i mi-circle. Inch of New V jrk [Tile c -:: n touch is fed to thi cene with the : % % %  -•. .dway—7th renue Loc: • right smack h > %  army shel%  Unlike tht irban cousins, Be fervent religious Zionists [to arrived at t i ir present site p march, can and will remedy pr housing situation by purging a full ale army barns P develi.mnu il. ir agriculturTANENBAUM Telegraphic Agency, ln.) al "know-how," the Chalutzim upon arising at 5 a.m. in ately drive in the eight cow their ten-acre pasture, milk th< n in the barn, and turn them out to graze. The male members then gather in the converted chambersynagogue, and daven Tfilai Shachaxith (morning prayi i Minyan. Meanwhile, the tarn rettes prepare breakfast from the eggs laid the day be for. in the hen-house which shelter, their several hundred White Leg] Fresh vegetables are gathered from the 70 acres of tillable land which already has supplied bushels of tomatoes, peas, ca beans, potatoes, and corn. Ripened apples are plucked from thi 32-acre apple orchard. The recent meat shortage caused no less nights for the elected fivi man executive board which governs the Chalutzim's work acth ity, since their supply of calves— now reduced to four Guern furnished tasty and nourishing fare. Similarly, coal strikes were of little concern, for 35 acres of i forest hinterland supplied fire wood aplenty. Their agricultural "education" is not confined to the hoe and plow. The handling of a tractor, reaper and binder is as much part of their curriculum as harnt ssing the horsepower of their two fiisky marcs. Learning to drive two late-model automobiles v. enable their commuting to New Brunswick, Monmouth Junction, and environs, rounds out their training program. A group of former Yeshiva university students are at this moment learning construction work at the expert hands of Mar Omesi, a professional builder who prides himself on the fact that twenty| five years ago he helped build the ''" Tel Aviv. Under ">ce, the sunburned U'ucting a ramshackl development of '' "to a modern. lization the sum of $50,000 % % %  be --'ng II luring He* ilutz lint IministraPaye 48. E FROCKS 120 N. W. 2nd Avenue Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A merican Oil Company wishes you a Happy and Prosperous New Year AMERICAN OIL COMPANY A HAPPY NEW YEAR M O O N E Y IRON WORKS Machine Shop 1299 N. W. 29th Stree' PHONE 2 7583 PORTABLE EQU'PMENT Acetylene and Electric Welding A. L. DAVIS, Jr. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL S.J.


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I I I I !! PAGE FORTY-TWO >Jewishihridiar ;. %  %  I %  i \ t %  i I I l 1 *IM 5706* Collapse of the United Jewish building fund campaign was announced in November on Ihe eve of ihe drive. Leaders of four local organizations had hoped to raise one million dollars to build new Ys at Miami and Miami Beach, a Hillel house at the University of Miami and physical facilities for the Bursau of Jewish Education. Failure of the united campaign to materialize was laid to competitive drives of local synagogues. One by one. the UJBF organizations withdrew from the campaign. Now the Y's and Hillel are conducting separate capital funds campaigns and BJE is talking about building a library. Commendation of Miami's hospitality to the armed forces came in April when the local Jewish community received the Jewish Welfare board's Oberdorfer award. Greater Miami Army-Navy committee finished its wartime work on this note of triumph after five years of service to servicemen. Committee leaders: Sam Blank, chairman; Carl Weinkle. Wm. D. Singer, vice chairmen. • • 9 This was a year for new organizations. Hadassah, American Jewish Congress women and the Workjnen's circle formed Miami groups. B'nai B'rith men and women and Jewish War Veterans organized at the Beach. Also formed, the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. Newest group is the Coral Gables Jewish Center which plans to operate a Sunday school. BISHOP & COMPANY REALTORS DAVID P. BISHOP. JR. CHRISTIAN JENSEN NORMAN E. EVANS ALICE T. TURNER Specializing in Residence and Income Property 1661 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7821 Mrs. Freda Newman Mr. Arnold Newman Mr. Edw. T. Newman WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE NEW YEAR SHALL BRING SHOLOM, NACHAS and SIMCHAS TO ALL JEWRY AND PEACE AND CONTENTMENT TO ALL MANKIND IS THE WISH OF MR. and MRS. II AltltY rivYKI and FAMILY To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers: May the New Year Brine You Jov. Happiness and Prosperity REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd. ra^Al^TEMB^ 27. g. GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAH U! We Wish to Extend Our Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR To Our Many Good Friends EVANS FAMILY Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club 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 A HAPPY NEW YEAH D R ESSEL DAI Y F A R M PO. Box 1656 Riverside Station PHONE 4-2444 OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. SISTERHOOD UJ EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF ROSH HASHONA To Extend New Year Greetings and Best Wishes To All of Our Fr'ends May God Give Us Strength to Continue in Our Noble Work Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel MR. and MRS. NATHAN GINSBURG AND FAMILY of the TIDES HOTEL EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS for A HAPPY NEW YEAR PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IS OUR WISH FOR ALL i< 155 E.FlAGURST...DUPO*r DG^ 822 LINCOLN RD../W.A Happy % m S ear C_>'N wishing you a happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring tile Jtiami ffcntli FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated Press—United Press—International News Service Chicago Daily News Foreign Service AP Wirephoto and Wide World Pictures THE HERALD GOES INTO ALMOST EVERY HOME IN MIAMI



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SE PT EMBEB 27. 1946 )oes the American Jew Pay HisCoUegeBill bv Habbi Leon Spits people at college-, which was not York py „ & „to for the .o,w ,,.„u ..... ..* .. '"iK. hiuleriek Rn.u.n ,. ... ... PAGE FORTY-THREE Habbi Leon Spits unite for the (then **££ fiS? nal Je" s %  rtiona BritTMagazine) on this fifteen years ago, the 3aSe5ata y justified.? [ quotes: %  .'. LI not < "f (.feller, a Duke, „ L, i 1 ; •' Morgan, a and give in • million dolconclusion from which Jew—it must in jcars past to measure which has xplained at least „art this failure of Jewtehgenp .. i n • of university iSmenl the fact that j,., : was in those to bear the I „ and Pales; -W r!d War I recon(o th. tune of a hunm ,l ]: n s and that we undred million %  < on Ci nters synagogues, philanthropii institutions. n amount ned when the bllar: of ir; W ; k, Jewish his* orh Frederick Bj-own gave to %  :r "' buildings l 1 millions. The Kalk : i; irgh erected the ; llk ,! 1 at the University of ith an outlay of al. Chicago people at college, which was not very much out of the way. Jewish students had already in those days habituated themselve to captu.ing prizes, gcholai and fellowships—aii of which is to the good. But it must be patently clear that it takes monej and a lot of it to keep a university going, especially ,f j t j s a privately mdowed univi not a city college nor a ,1 stitution. When Dr. S. M, Melamed, editor of the Reflex, estimated that MI speyer the legitimate Jewish portion of New Vork banker, endowed the the American college endowment on; Pulitzer th, fund should have been in the neighborhood for medical research. Bernard M. Baiuch—the distinguished parkbench diplomat—endowed heavily the Walter H. Page school of international relationship. The Guggenheim family have set aside the sum of $2,500,000 for forget the many Pulitzer awards, fellowships, and scholarships. Lucius N. Littauer, former congressman and manufacturer from (Continued on Page 44) JUS :: Wa,d "" %  "'•motion of'aeronautTcVgen; chmc, an erally. To cap it all there is also the magnificent $3,000,000 Simon eim fund for travelling %  %  .ships. And one should not ,i 7 %  "centhasbeen ''' ''' e in supplying en ? g ? en ^ Jwrnent fund*. T mention only Scho,arshi 'argil Bifl M Speyer, the CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes Mondav. Wednesday. Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. Sixth Floor, Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Dir. of one hundred million dollars, he definitely knew whereof he spoke. Today the Jewish student population has risen to approximately 100,000. Our bud: %  | share has consequently doi The pertinent (or possibly | tinent) query is, to put it quite brutally: Has American Jewry lived up to its college budgetary obligation? The Cold Figures What are cold figures that chief of the | provide the Jewish answer t %  Journal, featurchallenge? How much docs the American Jew pay.' In the first place he pays taxes, then he pays tuition tees. He also donatid buildings. Even a brief stroll through Harvard will immediately encounter the Schiff Semitics museum, the Lehman. Straus, and Eachs halls. Lewissohn donated the stadium to the College of the City ol Ni the Schiff family i n | arge measu • at Columbia uni' I %  in ndowment At New Yi rk university the Guggenheims hav. ,, made f. va,lal roi aeronau'''"' '.' Of S3 00(1.00(1 and Mr ,,f: SI i the entenntial campaign a cool million. The Unibeen an Rosenv ild to th, extent of al t $5.0 CI %  the cancer foundation I in which he aplauded this writi r's audacity in ition, but he ur J' wish mililure to propi roblem. |v, l lation in this 1 is it changed j so, to what lent? LOOO Students ated that 50,ts of both sexes l ted in American Jlegi The indents popumat ly a miltituti d four pent of I ral population, 1 five percent of their young est Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons |KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street MR. and MRS. HARRY SAFFER AND FAMILY Extend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ill SEASON'S GREETINGS .. i 1 WOFFO R D HOTEL 24th Street and Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH A Happy New Year To All Our II'IVIHIS A. J. Tobin KARL SQUIRES ENGINEERS Civil Engineers. Surveyors Maps 210 Calumet Building PHONE 3-8270 IRVIN GORDON and HAROLD PONT of the ROSEDHLE AND 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET MIAMI T EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR, A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Sincere Wishes for HAPPY NEW YEAR Uf Y ESTABLISHED 1925 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS til Kfe To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON l i i : %  ( • 4 %  %  4 \,i i •' • "2 J :!',



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I t; 11 \v; • • i \ • : r I %  %  PAGE FORTY-FOUR +Jmistifh£idfori_ J^E*! SEPTEMBER 27 AMERICAN JEW PAYS COLLEGE BILL (Continued from Page 43) Gloversville, N.Y., gave recently $2,000,000 to found a school for training a diplomatic corps at Havard university, and the most generous gift of all. the fund $1,000,000 endowment of the Albert Einstein institute at Princeton, N.Y. Rosenwald and other Jewish philanthropists have given millions for Negro higher education. Rosenwald too organized the Chicago Industrial museum at the expense of $3,000,000. George Blumenthal, president of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. subscribed one million dollars to that institution: the Conrad Hubert (Horwitz) estate has made available several million dollars for American univt rsities. Johns Hopkins, too, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Yale university, Cornell. Stanford in California. North Carolina, Miami, Michigan, Cincinnati, Washington. Williams (Gov. Lehman's alma mater). Rochester, Bryn Mawr, and many, many other colleges have been benefited financially by chairs iin Jewish and general subjects. It is also a fact that Jewish alumni are contributing in increasingly large numbers to many alumni campaigns, and not a few Jewish philanthropists have taken a prominent part in the conduct of these campaigns. So that .:ie present list by no means exhausts the Jewish contribution. which may be roughly estimated at a grand total in buildings and endowments amounts up to perhaps SI00.000.000—a vast figure. Does American Jewry pay its college bills 0 The Answer We are doing our share, and one, again we have the recurring burden of postwar Jewish. European, and Palestinian reconstructi( n. One again we are launching a Jewish institutional building program. Still it behooves us, trie half a million Jewish alumni who have emerged out of our college .campuses, to oe eve" mindful of > the budgetary needs of our respective alma maters. A generous financial response will—without doubt—reflect favorably on Jewish admissions to our privately controHed American colleges and universities. For there is no ignoring the patent fact that hard-headed college administrators will at least in their subconscious minds react sympathetically to a paying clientelle. Even the rabbis of the Talmud were aware of this when they told how HUlel. the woodchoppe r. was compelled to pay half of the shake! which rep; resented his full "lay's wages as an admission fee to the Yeshivah at Jerusalem. And Dr. Chaim Weizmann gazed with unashamed envy at the Harkness Memorial quadrangle on a visit to Yale, "Ah, if I could have this one building for the Hebrew university." Sooner or later somebody must pay the college bill, and it is In the nature of things that the fellow whose folks will pay th( bill, will enjoy admission priority. SEASON'S GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON Miami's Oldest Music Store MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 320 S. E. First Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS I & M GROCERY AND MARKET M. FEINGOLD, Prop. "Always the Best" MEATS—GROCERIES VEGETABLES Anywhere *Any Time — Any Hour BEVERAGES Your Patronage Always Appreciated Here 7553 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 7-7560 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons BAKE RITE BAKERY. Inc. 471 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-7923 SEASON'S GREETINGS T CORAL WAY GARDENS 1661 S. W. 22nd Street PHONE 4-1145 HERMAN AND HARRY PEARL OF THE %  I Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN and MANY OTHER LEADING LINES OF FOOD PRODUCTS 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS AND WISHES FOR A G'MAR CHSIMA TOVA In 5706 Hous, and Lawr enc TEXAC0 SER VICE 800 Wes, Ragle, Strw( Phone 2-9968 Lubrication A Sp^Ult, G ai _Oil_s MTiM NEW YEAR GREETINGS New lodge of B'nai B'rith at Miami Beach came into being In September. 1945, with George Bertman as acting chairman. Secretary's book now lists Bertman as president, membership at 720. Pictured here—Bertman with Jack Abbott, membership chairman. 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 ii! SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flugler Street Club PHONE 2-8335 & Casino Equipment BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAHFUZ MARKET 1148 S. W. 27th A venue, Phone 48-4705 GROCERIES—MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES PIIITII! ARTS 320 W. Flaqler Strut Jack TtUiei Herman Tti U SINCERE WISHES ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR T LINICK AUTO PART 5100 N. W. 27th Avenu | PHONE 7-5133 SEASON'S GREETINGS BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO. LE JEUNE ROAD P. O. Box 1625 Riverside Station I WITH ZION'S GREETINGS the wish for all our members and supporters of our worthy cause A HAPPY NEW YEAR and the fulfillment of our prayers for the Redemption of our Holy Land ill BEACH ZIONIST The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS BETH DAVID CONGRLGAT "MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION" EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS. HIENDS and FELLOW WORSHIPPERS a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year SINCERE WISHES FPR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR S. H.KRESS ICO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flaqler Street MIAMI. FLA. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR



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..^r^^x:-^l^^-"'^^^SK^^ssa^^^^ 3K fl: %  mJgBSfiflB Si jBH I^B ggpTD^BER 27, 1946 7>Z„4/iV TALK FBOM ALFRED SEGAL CONFESSION aso'i when Jews confess their faults. There are Vmlu of mine that I could confess, if I thought my P riVa,e i any concern of the public. But I am a liberal J*SM that nobody's private faults is any other I who DW" U burin'**' to {e jj me jjjg j ateg g088 ip 0 j TOme ciu her. %  Bin •/ f „| 0 Q [delinquency ^ strictegt yirtue concern u8? from the pa How, I ask, does Mr. Zilch's de That's his ui mid _*,*.. WASHINGTON. D. C. fl, mkMkA


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PAGE FORTY-SIX *Jen 1stHer Mian I I 1 1 \ t I! %  i i PLAIN TALK (Continued from Page 45) Rosh Hashona after the war still praying for peace. We have come only to the painful discovery that the end of a war doesn't mean peace. The Poles keep on behaving toward Jews as if they had never had any part in the common travail. The Russians, alas, arc behaving like the imperialist Czars, belying the bright banners of brotherhood they used to carry in the world. They are an awful disappointment. War's over but peace isn't here yet and prophets like myself lie knocked out in devastation. Jews keep on dying in Polish pogroms, Jews lie hopeless in the old German concentration camps which have been improved to make them more habitable. Yes, even while I make my Rosh Hashona confession as a false prophet, I take up my crystal ball again. Ho! Ho! Here's something I see! I see the brotherhood: A great many people are climbing up a hill and they are singing with Isaiah: "How beautiful upon the mountains arc the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace, that brigheth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation." HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL FREDERICK J. WARD MIAMI BEACH WOLPERT'S FURNITURE Watch For Our NEW LOCATION PHONE 3-4132 EXTENDS GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR l.i 5706 Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and Monte Selig lead the drive for funds to build the local Hillel foundation at the University of Miami. The $35,000 campaign will be corcluded soon. Yes. these old eyes keep on be! .ieving in the vision, though j events seem to have exposed him as false prophet. I want to believe in the bright vision for the sake of my small grandsonsJan. Paul and Richard. They will be soldiers in another war. For the sake of my small granddaughters—Ellen, Betty and Karen. They may be the mothers of soldiers in another war. A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2000 N. W. 10th Avenue PHONE 3-3969 y SALES & SERVICE CASH & CARRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES T. WILSON Superintendent of Public Instruction BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS Merchandise Food Factors 55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.—AL—LEON GREEN A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOB E L S MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue 5-1174 FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS — GROCERIES DELIVERY SERVICE NEW YEAR GREETINGS IE SIT! 2428 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA / PHONE 48-2616 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 3-3668 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NEW Y EAR GRE 1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS &G General Building Contractors 69 N. E. 36th Street 7-39 62 HAPPY NEW YEAH THE C. II. KISTLER COMPANY CONGRESS BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 2-5254 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge A HAPPY NEW YEAR hi-tone COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 736 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-5822 SEASON'S GREETINGS FOX'S RESTAURANT 6500 S. State Highway 4-9134 HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY'S EXTERMINATORS HOUSE MAINTENANCE. FUMIGATION 746 N. W. 32nd Street PHONE MIAMI 2-7832 PHONE MIAMI BEACH 6-3755 N. E. Third MIAMI Phone 2-92' I A HAPPY NEW' To Our Friends and P IE of MIAMI BEACH.) FOOD MARlJ 411 W. 41st St Ph. S %  ti T TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR •J! OFFICERS and BOARD oi DIRECTORS of the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. NOW MERGED WITH SCHAAREI ZEDEK MARKOWITZ BROS EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAI MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING GREATER UNITY TO ALL PEOPLES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD '1' 329 W. FLAGLER ST. Ben Markowits PHONE Nth.n



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HRB 27, 1946 2J*risfhrldtog, ft Fights Postwar Anti-Semitism By HENRY FRANKEL to be published In h 'orthcomin '" Bcok. Released by the Jewish Tel no volume of the elegr.iphic Agency ,Jwi."Ye.i nl ,ion ol th Third Reich, Gold Meda | thc Hamm( r and Jewish Publication Society.) 1 per"" L Hitler's — .. UMU m ainlain''(l by law sickle, the Suvorov Order, the 1 I'.. UMlvl mr %  t~* :ice the ic polk' into power, they s ky, often referred to as the So world's most K U t, UZO v Order and several other Wh.-n the meda i s; further, Abraham Cikov„ Union uncompromisd anti-Semitism as a ft. crude variety of tali Fascism. And during L World War itself, the IJht against ...u.-Jew£ was one o) the main the Red Army s exlorts of the Soviet GovIhavenot be.n in vain. war broke out there bn to believe that antiJhad already been eliIfrom Soviet life. HowV the Germans were of the areathey had lit was found necessary I firm measures against ive of anti-Jewish preji they had fostered occupation of these trman-npirated schools Is period had mdoctrin[pupils with Nazi race iute were subjected to ,j of propaganda which 0 have been not entirely Jesuits. Special measures tteract Nazi-fomented 1 were initiated in DeW by the Central Com[the Communist party of Onion, including the JE and other education[iBiracle that was perfSociet industrial econproviding the highly c Red Army with the hr that surpassed those Iffman Wehrn acht, the pibutcd their fair share, the war, one of the Sop's well known Jewish IShulamith Silberstein, wild a coke chemical the Urals which is o be the largest in Eurlon Laviochkm, one of I known Soviet airplane I ho construi ted the LA-5 and is been title of Hero of Sor, is the si n of a Helper. Among other Jewsof this same title are Un, Vice-Cnmmissar of [Industry, the son of a pilor from Vinnitsa in who in addition Orders of Lenin, the JADE COUNTY •EALERS SUPPLY CO. O.iiributori of PB POST CARDS HI BOOKLETS of I Miami Beach Fort T* • Hollywood Key m Gables Hl aleah 1 Uen l Florida h ne 3-6321 1 c "1 Department "••W.Fiw Court viet "cannon King" because r plan led that branch of the muni tions industry; and Lev Conor. director of the much-bombed Stalingrad munition plant which kept going around the clock only a few miles from the battlefront at Satlingrad. One hundred and twenty Jews have been awarded the Stalin Prize for discoveries and work performed in the arts and science during 1943 and 1944. They represent twenty per cent of those honored. Among the Jewisl scientists thus honored, engineer, are in the majority. A number are noted for development of techniques of building and repairing tanks and planes, as well as other types of armaments, which contributed greatly to the Soviet victory. The most coveted honor among Soviet scholars and scientists is membership in the Academy of BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Meats — Vegetables Groceries 2940 N. W. Sixth Avenue Phone 2-8724 A Most Happy New Year U DRIVE MOTORS INC. 861 Wet Flagler Miami, Florida ALL NEW CARS FOR U %  D R I V E Phone 3-8263 DUNN'S BOAT YARD HEMPSTEAD BROTHERS Hauling Repairing Storage Marine Salvage And Diving Work Day Phone 8-9105 Night Phone 3-4893 3239 N. W. S. River Drive yj A HAPPY NEW YEAR LINCOLN ROAD 5-5846 ,bari V 1 ,a s diversities un%  ^Pylead.„ ( „ inducting „,,,, """


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:< ( V I I | I %  i • • 1 t %  1 jil PAGE FORTY-EIGHT +Jeistn*rM!*£L FRIDAY, SOMBER U.S.S.R. FIGHTS POSTWAR ANTI-SEMITISM (Continuad from Pg 47) ning to revive again. According to a report published in December 1945, about 3,000 Jewish families who had returned to the Jewish collective settlements in the Crimea were among the most prosperous in the Soviet Union before the war. Each farmer had his own cow, calf and sheep, in addition to his share in the collective produce. Almost all of the settlements had a dairy farm with more than 200 head) of cattle, flocks of sheep, poultry vards and agricultural machinery. In addition, each had its own light and power supply, clubrooms, nurseries, schools and other educational and cultural facilities. When the first farmers returned from the interior in the spring and summer 1941, they found their fields over grown with weeds, as they had been 21 years before when the first Jewish settlers came to the Crimea. With the help of the Soviet Government which provided money, seed, cattle, agriculture machinery, building supplies and other necessities, the returned evacuees together with the demobilized Jewish soldiers have accomplished miracles in the briefest period of time. Several of the collectives have almost reached their prewar level of production. In the beginning of 1946, it was reported that the Soviet Government, with the easing of paper shortage, has granted the Moscow Jewish Community permission to print prayer books and religious calendars. There are 14 synagogues in Mescow, four in the city proper and ten in the suburbs. The synagogues are well attended, with persons coming not only for praying, but to study the Mishnah and Talmudic works. Attached to each synagogue, in addition to one or more rabbis, are a shochet and several sextons. Samuel Chobrutsky, President of the Moscow Community said it had an income of 2,600,000 rubles in 1945, of which it donated 1,000,000 rubles for the reconstruction of communities destroyed by the Germans. The Council's income is derived from the sale of tickets to Holy Day services, donations accompaning the reading of the Holy Scroll and fees for funeral services. The Leningrad Synagogue which had been badly damaged by German artillery during the 29-month siege was rebuilt in time to be used for Rosh Hashonah services. Upon their return to Kiev, religious Jews found that all synagogues were in ruins and not a single Safer Torah or prayer book could be found in the city. Everything had been destroyed by the Germans. With the assistance of the Central Government's Committee on Religion, six Torahs and a number of religious books were obtained from the Moscow Jewish Community. The abience of political or economic discrimination elsewhere in the Soriet Union has giren the majority of Soviet Jews little inducement to pull up stakes and go to the Jewish Autonomous Region of Biro*i REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2743 8! GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. ^ RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL ABE EISENBERG Treurr THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director ty A Pocket Wary lor the Year Containing Important Jewish Facts Will Be Sent Upon Request. Write to 1236 Washington Are., Miami Beach, or phone 5-7777 bidjan. How.T. • considerable increase in Us Jewish population is deemed likely br some authorities for two reasons. One is the new Jewish consciousness which the wr has brought to Soviet Jewery. The other is the possibility that many Jews, uprooted from the invaded western regions, will decide to settle there. The strategic position of Birobidjan. situated on the RussianJapanese demarcation line, gave it a special significance when the war broke out. The Jewish medical school in Birobidjan was especially helpful in supplying physicians and nurses. Since its foundation the school has trained several hundred medical workers, the majority of whom volunteered for the Red Army units facing the Japanese. During the war 3,500 Jewish refugee war orphans have been settled in Birobidjan. A total of 30,000 more Jewish war orphans who escaped from Poland, Rumania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and neighboring countries, and who have found refuge in the Soviet Union, are to be resettled in that region. YOUNG FARMERS (Continued from Pag* 41) tive committee which supervises the Hachsharah finances supplied by the Education and Expansion Fund of the Mizrachi Organization of America, and by the Mizrachi Women's Organiation, the Hapoel Hamizrachi, the Hashomer Hadati, and the National Council of Young Israel. Realizing that all work and no play makes even the Chalutz a dull boy-or-girl—the Mazkirut (the governing body of the Hachsharah) has developed a varied pattern of cultural activities which have rendered Hachsharah life both socially interesting and intellectually stimulating. Discussion groups, song fests and he like enhance the group life of the Hachsharah and ties the members into a well-knit fabric. J lv onc note o[ | Ch ; ,lut zirn: They U ve ^ A"* work for u *• n the lam ol BEST WISHES FOli l NEW YEA? ] DEVOE & REYN CO., INC. PAINTS 2127 N. Miami AT, Phone 3-2026 \ BEST WISHES FOR A HAH/ NEW YEAH C.RAY MARTIN PLUMBING — HEATING REPAIRS ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 144S Alton Road Miami Bench Pho M I YOU CANT WAVE A MAGIC WAND TO PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONI HOLIDAY GREETINGS k* PHONf ^#r 2-3I5I 1 INSURANCE HOLIDAY GREETINGS KVBOLO BUILMK But You Can Give Them and Yourself Adequate Protection Combination Non-Cancellable Disability and Life Insurance Poll ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, I WE INVITE INQUIRIES ACCIDENT & HEALTH DEPAR1 DADE FEDERAJb OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON ... PRESIDENT .IDIIPH M. LIPTON, fIi!OINT RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 EXTENDS SINCE! NEW YEAR GF 1946-47 *H -5707 <{' New Year Greetings MIAMI BEACH SUN STAR



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I SE PTEMBER 27, 1946 +Jmbtrkridlfor) a GENIUS SPARKS N.!. THEME PRODUCTION: PAGE FORTY-NINE story of Admiral Dai Ian and his and off targi t. Meanwhile Kanin had (Continued on Page 50) pro„ PAUL GOULD By h Telegraphic I Agency. I since the dayi f Dav d 1 ""Broadway-and the leg itimate entertatopi£ bin thrilled by the t plays and performances Lart^ts. To a very large He success of any season K Great White Way is L* on the genius of Jew*. list season has again town L by brilliant accomnlishtsomc by i 1 and familiar r i si> talent makabid.ng impression the lime out Bolh '" musical ljuid in the serious drama. personalities have prorich and abiding works. heed glar."' only at the list [annual D naldson Awards, Jin July, i" I rcelve the Lre of 8 lt These Lunliki • %  i "" 1 Pultizer -Critics Circle encomiums, Jade by. eople them,_actoi>, ; icers, stageJlecbnii ; critics, [the musical iivision, the %  nding show voted was f Boat." the I med vehicle Jon Edn.i Ferb i s novel of Lme name, with the music Le late Jen mi Kem, book piesbyOsi i Hammerstein (id Carol Bruce in the star jl Jew : ind all ac1 by being singled out for I the runni'i -up in this diiwas "Call Mi Mister," the Ificent revue written by I Rome, i I i by Melniglas and Hirman Levin, with sketches by Arnold Auerbach and starring Betty Garrett —another 100 percent Jew | collaboration. Jules Munshin, a new comedian, was teamed with Miss Garrett in the skits and | both were duly honored by Don%  aldson prizes. Likewise in the musical field, Mitzi Green of "Billion Dollar Baby," and Jerome Bobbins, dance director of the same show! were included among winners of "Oscars." In the field of the drama, | plays were selected as runners up to the universally accl; "State of the Union." Of the three, two are the work of Jewish authors—"Dream Girl," written by the veteran Elmer Rice, and "Home of the Brave," a not able challenge issued by a first play author, Arthur Laurents, It is a drama about anti-Semitism and the effects it has in the Army upon both Jew and Gentile Rice's current effort, starring Mrs. Elmer Rice (Betty Field) is a tale of a girl who owi bookstore and who day-drean of her affairs with different wooers. Chosen as the best "first'' play was "Born Yesterday," written by Brooklyn's Garson Kanin, who had previously made a nan..' for himself in Hollywood as a dine tor. The play starred another newcomer to Broadway, Judy Holliday, formerly Judy Tuvim of the "Forscht Circuit,' rise was so sensational as to be voted the best female performance of the year. "Born Yest< rday" is a comedy about Washington politics involving an ambitious junk dealer who thinks he can buy a senator and own all the postwar ;icrap on the globe. Kanin's carter is one of the A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL H EASTERN SHIPPING. LTD. 30 S. W. Fourth Street PHONE 3-7486 ERNEST SHELL SERVICE STATION SO N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-6731 BATTERY. STARTER and GENERATOR SERVICE Hock-A-Car Lubrication GOODYEAR TIRES — AUTO SUPPLIES y NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS DORSET HOTEL pO Collins Avenue Miami Beach yj BES T WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KII-ESTI1EI. lit. Bisc ayne Blvd. 9-3636 fabulous rags-to riches type. As a boy he worked us a Western Unioi : %  i nger, a salesman in | M '• a vaudeville performer %  and a saxopl onist. He played bit: ; •• s n si vi in hits and in i937, age oi 25, wenl to Hollvected "A Man to Ri %  "' % %  '' %  >on aftei and ever smci has been called thi wonder." Significantly enough, Kanin and Laurent: were n "• "nn rs t thi Sidm Howard M< nori I Award of $1,500, prent. : annualb I "a new Amer g had pre\ i us sub tanti mon plaj d d during the curt on." I of this i n's pi i: tioni ii v Iving Jew1 stage '• V: W The old war horses wen %  v represented by •he 1 "On ; 'i" Tow," "Carousel," "Dear '' Rerrn mbei Mama," and "Up in Central P the season, the brilliant Irwin Shaw ma wil ack whin "Tl e A a n" wa el uffi critici and ; goer; It was his first effort—like that of K Lauri ntss ni e eing mustere I • F si t\ ice and told the -. %  • GREETINGS MR. and MRS. LEO ROBINSON and son STEVEN DAVID BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HARRY SIRKIN HAPPY NEW YEAR DANIEL F. RICE AND COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1923 Member, New York Stock Exchange and Other Principal Exchanges 528 INGRAHAM BLOC, MIAMI L. B. Bowen, Resident Manager Telephone 9-188t RONEY PLAZA HOTEL. MIAMI BEACH Herbert McNichol, Manager Phone 5-3423 BROWARD HOTEL. FORT LAUDERDALE Eugene L. Ward, Manajer Phone 2130 • Grains and Commodities • Listed and Unlisted Securities Corporate and Municipal Bonds Statistical and Research Facilities Direct Private Wires to Offices in CHICAGO — NEW YORK ii bin' ', J / GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Mj^^^^ t \ i "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" % %  i i : i i I1 %  %  i %  *• 3 si ii i a f u lli 1 1 *5# 1 !vi ; < ; 9j .•a ii 4 • : i P v T"



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f %  < I i j .' l PAGE FIFTY t-Jewist flcrid&l 111 5 700 it Opening of the Jewish Home for the Aged a. 335 S. W. 12th Ave.. came in December In recen* elections. Judge Harold Soaet succeeded Mayer H. Franke, as pres.dent. Like many other M..m. groups, the Home purchased additional property, planned a building expansion program and started a capital funds drive lo finance it. Estimated goal: 178.000. JEWISH GENIUS SPARKS N. 1. THEATRE PRODUCTIONS (Continued from P.ige 49) duced • %  The Rugged Path" with Spencer Tracy, a story of a newspaper editor pitied against powerful enemies. It was a searching stud} of incipient fascism %  here at home. In the field of light entertainment, "Are You With It?" written by the gifted Jewish team of Bitty Comden and Adolph Green and starring the pew comedian, Lew Parker, addid lilt to the scene. The composi rs were likewise JewishHarry Revel and Arnold Horwitt. That old warhorse of Broadway, Ben Hecht, was. at the moment, wooing th,. muse off the beaten trail. He and lus perennial collaborator, Charles MacArthur, NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS For Cars See CARR'S Cars 7912 N. E. Miami Court Phone 7-0535 T BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION 1205 Fifth Street Phone 5-9987 T To All ... A Most Happy New Year MANAGEMENT—APPRAISALS—SALES—RENTALS A. A. DICK CO. REALTORS 1788 S. W. 8th Street — Miami. Florida "In Hie Heart of the Southwest Section" A. A. DICK Business Phone 3-0711 f II *1 LUMBER t£i Metal Products, Paint. Insulation and Building Material JACK CROUCH — FRANK DAVENPORT 30 N. E. 22nd Street Phone 2-1520 V came up with a mystery thriller. "Swan Song." but to indicate he had m t come upon lean years, Hcchl announced that this was a mere excursion. A more serious work. "A Flag Is Born," directed by Luther Adler, was to make its appearance later in the season. It Chronicles one part of the journey to Palestine by three European refugees, During the latter period of the theatrical year, still another newcomer was destined to make an important bow. She was Maxine Wi od, formerly a member of the staff of the newspaper PM, who wrote "On Whitman Avenue." After a slow start, it taught fire and evoked magnificent backing from the public. It is a serious study of racial conditions in New York, with particular emphasis on the Ni gro ghetto, and it rc| fleets credit on the Jewish race to produce such a champion for another down-trodden people. The season, too, saw Irving Berlin come back with a smash I hit, "Annie Get Your Gun." This was an almost all-Jewish work, too, as Oscar Hammerstcin and I Richard Rodgers presented it. and lb rbert and Dorothy Fields. tl ose talented children of the sei ior half of the firm of Weber and Fields, wrote the book. It | is a musical that will run as long as the stais can appear every night at 8:30. Kern, Romberg, Berlin, Hammerstein, Rodgers, Rome—in one great year of musical entertainment on Broadway, coupled with Kanin, Laments, Rice, Hecht, Shaw, Sam and Bi 11a Spewack, M Hart, Maxine Wood—a glittering combination of the old and new. an artistic group blending tl e erious with the light, giving entei tainment, enlightenment and inspiration to the millions who Hock to the theatres each year. SEASON'S GREETINGS CORAL LAKE TRAILER PARK 7300 Bird Road Coral Gables "Florida's Mott Complete Trailer Park" Club House, Swimming, Boating, Complete Grocery, Movies, Bingo Children's Playground and Nursery Write for Reservations to Box 714, Coral Gables iy SEASON'S GREETINGS E. Wilck's Dress Shop 211-17 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-5943 Branches: Fort Lauderdale Orlando SEASON'SS GREETINGS CoffeeAnd None Better MEW ELITE RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking A Specialty SPAGHETTI SYSTEMS*: GREETINGS OF THE SEASoT RAY & BILL — EMERSON TIRE CO Phone 7.* 798 N. W. 62nd Street AUTO ACCESSORIES Gas — Oil — Lubrication OPEN DAY AND NIGHT — SUNDAY UNTIL 10 Phone 7-9320 10:30 p. K HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS PATRICIA HOTEL 312 S. E. Second Avenue PETER L. NILES. Man; 4? NEW YEAR GREETINGS BEACH FOOD CENTER i j 1421 Washington Avenue Phone 5-0343 'i< BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR y CUSTOM TAILORS 1110 West Flagler Street Phone 2i Expert Alterations — Dry Cleaning It SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR \$ IN. VALENTINE CO. 618 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-8505 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Operating Three Stores in Florida Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach ^Ajj



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HOEEHSK SE PTEMBEB 27. 1946 ^J^^tn-oridlian By HARRY GUSHING I Telegraphic % %  ,,.) year marks the tercen;;;,,,, birth of a brave has won a Jewish litersht was not a great poeteator of a great us, instead, a • !" PEPYS. CHRONICLED LIFE OF LHJEfl PAGE FIFTY-ONE Lnatii book Cf mcmo,rs I nds0 ut in Jewish literxposition of i r personal nartkcl Von Hameln, who was jn 16 4(i, in the vcrdammte v as earned the as the JewSamuel Pepys. nish us small much intcralue. As her led for pubt unvarnished ol worth to the • this 17th centunusual, begraphies and in every litjure.Ji •"'' Iatner .'.. n this type of • Her diaries are revelation of ly to the ro• also to the j history, beive us an acJewish life in ,• G any. wen begun after .ml in 1689, listracting my ens laid upon si ven little : written in I the period. I to while away y nights and t'ontim.' tl e time of GluckeFs own death in 1724. at the age of 78. Thai Gluckel was an excepiional woman is evidenced by her manifold activities. She was a learned woman and her intellectual capabilities have been fully vindicated i n her memoirs. And like a .nan. she made transactions on the '5 B,bl a we as the German[Jewish literature of the period. Isold Segal of 11 I in the small town A! r a y-i'•' young couple '" Hamburg, living there %  %  esl circumstai "'' : "'"": Breatly improved Bourse, managed factory. traveLt ,o the b"a fairs and carried on her com !V" mercial enterprises on a scale V PPJmarked of big business. But above her many worldly nus,J, stieally t her fathei enterprises, Gluckel was primar epl Hy a woman and a mothei She cared for a brood of six s< : six daughters. The was the cal Jewish mother, and her writings indicate that shi was like the most anxious Jewish of other times and other i rearing her children fn n I cradle to the chuppan, mal them off with shrewdness and with an eye for the future, and laughing and sheddinu, t;,i as Jewish life can hi Three years after her when the Jews were t xpelled from Hamburg (in 1649), Muckers parents movt d to Alt na; bul in consequince of the Sv pi.;;. %  busin : : i %  .nsumproval f the i .:,:. grew %  %  • ip with .!•[.. ,,.., monly "' : %  and I '• %  i, the G • % %  % %  %  up verj married Uev H eldesl lau I ed h> I invasion of that city in 1657, they 'returned to Hamburg. Glue* rtz of was a student in the local Cheder '"'" '" %  %  %  which was a student in the local Chedei and was made acquainted witl '!' A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 735 Collins Avenue Phone 5 5738 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS FLAMIN GO HE SHOP 123 Aragon Avenue PHONE 4 4880 f* Furniture Made Finer ^ Custom Built Furniture Q nd Interiors :n 1674 i rated %  the electoral family at Branden. berg. When her husband died in 1689, Gluckel was left with eight young children, the four others having already been married. The diaries give vivid descriptions of her busy days in business and the raising of her brood. Her transactions with the agents of the German princes were nvr.gled with quotations from the llible and Talmud. Her business ran into thousands of Reichstaler and shi enjoyed large credits from merchants. The rich widow, she tells us in her memoirs, had planI ed, after she had married all children, to spend the remainder of her life in Palestine, but heavy losses in business changed I ei plans, and at the age of fifty-four she married the wealthy banker Cerf Levy of Metz. The marriage was a practical move, to which she yielded after much persuasion on the part of children and friends. It was I igjh true, they told her, that she stopped running around Hamtravelling to the winter fans and traversing the countrywide cm long, tiresome journeys. Gluckel doesn't write of the hanker with the warm endearment which her pen showered upon Chaim. Her days with Cerf Levy lacked the tender and affectionate enchantment of her SEASON'S GREETINGS Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding of All Jewelry — SEASON'S GREETINGS HILL MOTORETTE CO. 18 S. W. 11th Avenue PHONE 9-3125 Tomorrow's Scooter Today Come In and See America's Newest Type Transportation y HURST ELECTRIC COELECTRICAL Contracting 8c Maintenance 'if WESTINGHOUSE FRANCHISE DEALER "Every Home Needs Wcstinqhouse" 9701 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-7664 MEETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR UK NtFtaA venue T MILLER'S RESTAURANT & BAR yi "Serving the Best for Less" 5801 N. W. 22nd A ve Phone 7-4447 T A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MIOE-ZEH INC. AUTHORIZED Chrysler Plyouth DEALER Parts and Service 2-5258 401 S. W. 8!h St. 2-6520 T IT'S ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT THE EL BOLERO MEXICAN LOUNGE BAR 3181 CORAL WAY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS T American National Hank ~ Of iWl'MU 139 N. E. First Street MIAMI young love. Chaim had been the crown of her life, her dearest friend. Unfortunately, one year after the marriage Levy lost both his own fortune and that of his wife, and Gluckel, hitherto accur'.omed to opulenceoecame dependent upon her husband's children. Those were indeed sad days for Gluckel. She, who had boasted that she owed no one even as much as a groschen, now came to the realization that her husband could not meet his creditors. In her diaries, Gluckel confesses quite honestly that she had entered upon the marriage with Cerf Levy only because she wanted a comfortable old age and hoped that her children would gain in their business enterprises through here relationship with the leading Metz banker. In 1712, her second husband passed on to his earthly reward and Gluckel settled in the house of her daughter Esther, wife of Moses Krumbach-Schwab of Metz. Here she passed the remaining years of her life, occupying herself with the writing of her Memoirs. Gluckel had always been an energetic woman and she could never have been satisfied sitting with folded arms waiting for death to overtake her. Her son Moses, who was rabbi of Baiersdorf. and sonin-law of the court Jew, Samson Baiersdorf, with great pains copied his mother's manuscript. It was this copy which had been preserved for more than a hundred years in a German library. In 1896, David Kaufman, one of the leading Jewish scholars in Austria, published the Memoirs after carefully diting the manuscript left by Gluckel's son. It was from this (Continued on Page 54) 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 YOUR VALET FRENCH CLEANERS & DYERS ui "Good Work Is Our Success" Pick-Up and Delivery Service PHONE 9-2194 1390 S. W. 8th Street Miami and Trenton, N. J. A HAPPY NEW YEAR CITY AWNING CO. $ 473 West Flagler Street 2-1719 HARRY M. GOLDSTEIN Proprietor m • ii a i. 9.\ %  tt^^KMwKBMftKUMe'dSFv



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! ri i'. %  J li 'I j i ; %  i r I II i j •' I i PAGE FIFTY-TWO Jfewfji ncrMton I^^L^Z: THOUSANDS OF REFUGEES ME LITTLE HOPE FOB 5707 By FRED A. STERN It is tragic indeed that the greeting of Happy New Year will have a hollow ring for many thousands of Jews in Europe, as we begin the year 5707. In the days immediately following V-E Day hope ran high for true deliverence of the scarred and shattered remnants of the Jewish people who had survived the horrors of Hitlerism. Now that a year of continued sorrow and suffering is passing into history we are confronted with a record of homelessnrss. distress and despair in post-war Jewish life that must cause deep concern to every Jew. The fact that pogroms could occur in Poland one year after the defeat of Hitler, the fact that Jews could be thrown behind barbed wire enclosures for the crime f seeking refuge in Palestine, the fact that Jews by the tens of thousands could be forced to wan der over the highways of Europe in flight from persecution—all these tragic events have combined to cast a deep and dark shadow on the hope for the survival and revival of European Jewry. The developments in Jewish life in the year 5706 clearly indicate that the poison of anti-Semitism has not been eradicated from the face of war-shattered Europe and that the plight of the Jews today is little less appalling t an it was before the Allied armii s crushed the Nazi plan for world conquest. The year 5706 $100,000,000 for the United Jewsituation hPM *•* L Appeal has been the most ~\*^J^£?£Z in heartening symbol of hope and { %  -" %  ^ J^* tQ continuc encouragement for the Jewish people during the period of undiminished crisis and travail. The brightest chapter in the past year has been the remarkable outpouring of generosity on the part of all sections of American Jews in behalf of the combined nationwide ean.pamji for the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and tne National Refugee Service (Lnited Serve, For New Americans). To date more than $72,000.000 ha* been raised for the 1946 United Jewish Appeal and there is every hope that with the completion of the Fall drives thai are now in progress the full, unprecented quota ot $100,000,000 will be reached. This is a record of achievement that is making history in the annals of world Jewry as well as American Jewry. It is because Jewish communities in every section of the country have fulfilled their obligations that the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal have been enabled to sustain lhe hopes and rebuild the lives of many of the Jews in distress and need. In the midst o( meat difficulties and critical problems of relief and resettlement, the •"*-• UPA. and t:, NRS (USNA) are going forward with far-ranging operations that are the VI ry backbone of the new future for Eurowolia conquest, mt.-< %  • %  • ,. would present an unrelieved pic pear, Jewry The JDC now en ture of tragedy and disillusionment wen it not for the great determination and unity of American Jews in lifting the Jewish survivors out of the depths of misery and despair. The historic campaign to raise gaged in the greatest program assistance to Jews in its thntyone years of activities, bringing all formof aid to Jewish communities m fifty counties in almost every corner of the globe. Despite the present di sturbed SEASONS GREETINGS 1" T DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies. Cakes and Sweet Rolls BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR EDITH SMITH STUDIO OF MASSAGE NEW LOCATION 229 N. E. First Avenue HOTEL MILLER Phone 3-1254 A HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL IEIIZI 2923 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-9578 THE METALSMITH 1(1 Specialist in Stainless Steel A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies $ I. D. MacVICAR President FRANK J. WELLS Vice President Again it is we who must decide what kind of a new year our brothers and sisters shall have. It is this basic fact thai Permost in our mn 7 ul '* ^ Happy NcwS 5 1 *"' the Jewish homeland to continue the work of upbuilding and settlement so that large masses of homeless Jews who seek to find a new home there may achieve their greatest hope. It is the paramount desire of the Jews of Palestine to keep up and increase its task of construction for the salvation of large sections of the Jewish people. With the in'-rease of refugee immigration into the United States, the National Refugee Service (U lited Se.vi'.e for New Americans) is eairyv.g on an extensive adjustment program to provide for the speedy integration of the 2.000 displaced persons who are reaching these shores every month. Thi day-to-day accomplishments of American Jews through the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal represent the one great foundation for the structure of hope that must rise in place of the walls of ruins and sorrow that surround so large a proportion of our people. As we enter the year 5707, it is evident that the Jewish people have been for the most part left to their own resources to shape their destiny. Because so little intergovernmetal assistance has been forthcoming, the action of American Jews, through the United Jewish Appeal, repreu f sents the most vital factor in the rescue of the Jewish people from fear, want and homelessness. It is for this reason that on the New Yiar our thoughts and our hearts must be attuned to the great ar.d piercing cry for brotherly understanding and help that comes to us from across the seas. { A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ORANGE BOWL Grapefruit Juice 100o Pure Orange and We Serve REAL PINEAPPLE COCOANUT PAPAYA TROPICAL PUNCH PHONE 3-9433 332 E. Flagler Street Miami, Florida ill A HAPPY NEW YEAR T 700 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-4522 We Buy Sell Trade GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l i! ROM PALM ICE COMPANY 438 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 3-3671 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LOUIS HAFTEL EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S SPECIALTY SHOP 1035 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-424 5 HOLIDAY GREETINGS IEIIL 1500 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-2261 MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LaVIGNE join with their childien MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN and son GARY JOHN und MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE and daughter LESLIE ELLEN In expressing their best wishes to all their friends iotal HAPPY NEW YEAR t{l TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS NEW YEAR GREETINGS $ KENMOHE HOTEL $ 1050 Washington Avenue 5-66211 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PHILIP ROMER OF THE /FOOO^ CENTERS /4 ^\< 1429 WASH. AVI. MIAMI BEACH MEAT DEPARTMENT GROCERY DEPARTMENT NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT ISADORE DORFMAN VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT UNDER MANAGEMENT OF IRVING



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^•0^3-i!^0N: wb.* b *• "J"T 1. nd Yom Kippur?> WEB; 'Unesaneh Tokef" expression that has colloL become the name of a $ recited in the synagogue •^e the "Kedushdi" on gh Holiday.. Hs contents ,-t a stirring description of t and realism of the D'n a v of Judgment. In addlI this, b^utiful melodic 'have been affixed to it, .. j, perhaps the most outJ n g moment of the High aV service. IflON: What is the origin of prayer? !WEH ; Tradition ascribes i-in to "Rabbi Amnon of nee," who is claimed to uttered it in response to lirring tragedy that befell hen an Archbishop atted to compel him to change lith. After repented requests, iged gentleman asked for days extension in which to the matter over, after he definitely asserted his fastness to his own faith, fan. When the waiting peLas over and the Archbishemisarries brought him to v force, it was ordered that of him "who goeth not to II of the great >ne" and the ,of him "who -tretcheth not to accept the new faith" be Ivamputattd. After this ter' crdeal (he mutilated reof the staunch believer were allowed to be brought home where he slowly bled. Soon the New Year's holiday approached and feeling his days numbered, he asked his disciples to bring him to th t synagogue where he may offer his prayers to the Almighty and 'sanctify his name". His disciples brought him to the synagogue in his litti r and, as per his request, asked permission to open the ark foi prayer. It was at the moi nl before the "Kedushah" that the dying martyr offered his last words which are now contained in the "Unesaneh Tokef" pray, r, and expired in a pool of blood. It is, said that soon after the incident he appean d in the dream of the famous "Rabeinu Meshulem Ben Kloynomos" who was so moved by this touching example of undying faith that he offered the prayer to be incorporTHE HIGH HUIR PAGE FIFTY-THREE after I ibdued the hold revolution ol Bar Koi %  ''';" %  led u. annU Id ; to %  both "' and openly defied it, at the ten n t< %  : Rabbi] U,; i ,,. Prince; Rabb Akiba; Rabbi nanv e Ti dj n El i a i j? n •: Hanina son of Kakinai; V h< ab, i J "aah son I Dama; Jud Bal Huzi t, the Int • tei QUESTION: What is the origin of the prayor as it now stands? ANSWER: S cul i ns R ibbi J | ,l w 'th the C o m i .t as an el ment. On this day too, Jewish tradition calls forth the heroic annals of those of the past as an example, as well as a symbol, of hope and salvation. Furthermore, the blood of the ten Martyrs was considered as the price for the lhameful deed by which the ten sons of Jacob* sold their brother ated in the High Holiday Services all over the land. The event is QUESTION: Why is it said parsaid to have occurred sometime in the eleventh century. QUESTION: What is the nature of the prayer "Elah Ezeroh"? ANSWER: The prayer "Elah Ezeroh" is a memorial de tion of the death of ten martyrs which is recited in the afternoon service of Yom Kippur—at the end of the Musaf service. It refers to the ten scholarly martyrs who were horribly murdered during the Hadrianic persecutions which began in the year 135 A.D. Some time after the destruction of the Temple by the RoHAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Friends DADE COUNTY DAIRIES IN. E. 4th Court Phone 7-1977 HARRY SPEIER. Owner SEASON'S GREETINGS JMany Veir of Sfrvice Should Be Your Assurance of Our Responsibility D '5 General Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors TOPPED BY PALMER BONDED ROOFER pltphone 2-3429 P. O. Box 1750 SINCE 1729 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE 1920 RETAIL ROOFING AND SHEETMETAL SUPPLIES ticularly on the Day of Atonement? ANSWER: On IWl • leparted knov jven the dep. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 121 Sunset Drive SOUTH MIAMI 4-4344 Soda Fountain Supplies [I SEASON'S GREETINGS | II1WI |W N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-6556 GENERAL CONTRACTOR tjl Air Line Tickets HAVANA TOURS Phone 9-2706 W e Make Your Reservations— Secure the Tickets— Deliver Them to You! NO ADDITIONAL COST Also RAIL BUS Tickets Apgar Travel Agency 225 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI A HAPPY NEW YEAR arthur berel, inc. 66 58 E. Flcgler Street MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. JACK P. MARASH and son. DAVID 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Joseph. The selling of Joseph is said to have occurred on the tenth day of Tishrai (Day of Atonement) thus making the Yom Kippur holiday a fitting anniversary to recall the blood that (Continued on Page 56) Sinceresi Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George J. Talianoff and daughter Susan Eat With the Christey's at the 0 l n r rtnrtn SPECIALTY SERVICE SIDE DOOR CO. BAR tS GRILL Wholesale Distributors We Specialize in Home-Made SPAGHETTI AND SAUCE Hardware, Painters' and Electrical Supplies 2945 S. W. 8th Street 1744 N. W. First Avenue Phone 4-9142 %  Phone 3-8492 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 0! L Manufactured bv the OLD HOLLAND CHEMICAL CO., INC. THE ALL-PURPOSE SOAP POWDER Specially Manufactured for Use in Hard Water 1684 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-3740 TO AUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FIN-NOR MACHINE SHOP, INC. Makers of Fine Fishing Reels AUTOMOBILE GOVERNORS Machine Work and WFelding—All Descriptions Uj BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR yj HERBERT DIAMOND & CO.. 1121 N. E. First Ave. E. DIAMOND <£ SON. 513 N. Miami Ave. SID, SAM and HERBERT DIAMOND _^ \kc* jut f/ua f tot* a* Om4Uc*"/\ Sponsored by MIAMI LAUNDRY • it ': I r a i\ t\ <



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HHRflHSI I I -I I 1 %  %  i I • PAGE FIFTY-FOUR Jeist>fkr/dtori FRIDAY. PRAYING JEW TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR •i ; HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avcnui PHONE 5-9041 NEW YEAR GREETINGS EMPIRE FOOD MARKET 78 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9155 A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th Street 3-0816 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders m SEASON'S GREETINGS MEDICAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 230 N. E. 3rd St. 3-6656 This is "The Praying Jew." On lhese High Holidays marking the new year of 5707 he is sad. He mourns for his murdered people who prayed with him in years past. But he looks to the new year with hope for the future of his people in their own homeland. FEMALE PEPYS (Continued from Page 1 > latter German edition that Marvin Lowenthal made an English translation and published it in this country almost 15 years ago. The simple story of her life that Gluckel lias presented to us was penned not cut of vanity of .uthority, but rather that she might distract her soul from its burdens and that she might Instruct her children in the proper Orach Chaylm"—the proper path of Jewish living. The naivete of Gluckel's writing, her unadorned sincerity and genuineness, the substantiality of her griefs and her joys all energize the human beauty of the book, But, what is most important to us, today, is that the pages of Gluckel's M, -'f-hood and m plw and itiotUi,, !" ** fascinating 3 three hundred L?*i birth. years I TO JEWRY EVERYWHTSE" A MOST HAPPY NEW YE SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE ft 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-27Q2 SEASON'S GREETINGS C & F TRUCK BODY & TRAILER SHOP 2105 S. W. 32nd Avenue Electric and Acetylene Welding — General boa W GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEA| F 860 Ocean Drive Miami) 4 Happy Mew Year] May Our Second Peacetime Year Bring You Health and Prosperity lj{ Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR fritmt SoteJ 2729 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA ,u ifiiuiy***^



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SEPTEMBER 27. 1946 9 'Je*lsiiFhr*t*** II SHI PRESS VIEWS JEWISH PROBLEMS ., ije,. new pr' n controversial Jewish .as much as poss.blc. Ltors are keenly awarj L„-Scmitic prejudice still tins in many ^ rd,C fZs also realize the im'rf bread and butter hkate "Jewish issues, I are seldom touched and fc are handled, are givTCriel and factual treat,, s e i e ven newspapers— [,.,, greatest number in rman city-offer Kood ll„s of this point But it remembered that BerLmapers are not typical lany as a whole. As long distinct zones exist L publications (<>r any[ 3 for that matter) cannot tentative of the whole. [in Berlin, where four Irule, all of the papers Lccd by one or oth%  the powers, most are ten for the various politiies, and om. the Tagliche BU. is the overt USSR I should also be rememfcst all newspapers in line are subject either to [post—publication censorbg through any of these papers on a day following one in which Jews figured in some news item (violence in Palestim for instance), the reader will find generally the same brief article written by either American, Russian, British, French, or control led German news agencies in every one of the papers, depend ing upon th news agency to which the newspaper subscribes Polish pogroms or other news involving Jews in something cli sei to Germany get a bit more space, as does some official London 01 Washington pronouncement con cerning the fate of the remaining Jews in Germany. Probably the most prominence is given to those Jewish stories originating inside Germany, not some statement that a DP leader might issue, but rather, a DP riot, and the more violent, the more space it gets. Thus, regarding "straight" news of Jewish interest, the German press is not unlike its American counterpart and reprints news items as sup plied it by the afon.-mcntic.in d news agencies. But it is in their editorial columns and commentaries that German editors show thi ir desire to shun the Jewish issues. These columns would be the logical place to present the touchyJewish problems such as propBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR f ANTILLA HOTEL I Ponce de Leon Boulerard Phone 48-1714 CORAL GABLES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR )ER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS |N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 — 2-0867 .erty restitution, financial compensation, and other problems. l^nu would also b.. the best spot to educate the German people and attempt to rid then. ,,| some of their anti-Semitism. Here is where the German editors fall wn in their job. Where they could b t a strong. Positive vo.ee urging the present merman governments to adopt genuine restitution laws, the German press, on the few occasions ll "' I Jewish affaire, m wths some glowing gent'fality oncerning th. moral %  "i th. Jews and ot Nazi-oppr, „ ,,, lhei] stolen property. Most of them add that 'haste' must be avoidt. care "l %  ition" given to the cost involved. Only th( mon radical papers, as th Frankfurter Rundsr '" 11 and thosi backing the Communist Party and Socialist Einheits (Unity) Party, which is a con... |j lation i| tl. Socialist and Communi %  s U i the Russian zoi e and sector of Berlin—only these genuinelj back the Jews and othi r \,. But even the latter tread mildly because the • ntir< 1, n is exti mely political and no party is willing to go the lull way just now. Some new,papers en straight educational mi ds 111 their columns to teach the fallaCil S of Fascism or to Spread literature by Jew] • gen' ral news involving Jews, perhaps the Life of George Gershwin or Irvine Berlin or what has happened to Albert Einstein. The American-published Ncuc Zeitung, issued from Munich, but distributed zonewide, thus again the more radical papers, are 'Utstanding along these lini But taken as a whole, it can be said that German editors I \ failed in the vital job of at least trying to bring home to the German people the terrible crime committed by Germany against the Jews. Politics and fear of a loss in circulation also keeps the editors from honestly discus-ing pn sent problems. A HAPPY NEW YEAR WILLIS NOVELTY ADVERTISING W. Second Avenue Phone 9-2260 '•Will Builders" Advertising Specialists Res. Phone 4-9000 F 0 X HEAD "40 0" BEER I WYCK BEER COOK'S WINES • JIT0L BEER DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. E 24lh Street Phone 3-6069 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR : CA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 North West 29th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HERBERT W. NOBLE NEW YEAR GREETINGS 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 78-5842 PAGE FIFTY-FIVE SEASON'S GREETINGS An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue. Phone 9-5593 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL i{J BRILLIANT CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 240 W. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2894 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS LEE IMPORTER, INC. 7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 252 Coral Way. Miami HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 2011 SOUTH WEST EIGHTH STREET MIAMI PHONE 3-2297 DAVE KLEBER — ADOLPH ADLER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR F1NCHER DLDSMOBILE it! 1740 N. E. Second Avenue 3-5485 E %  W 0.y mpi Pia Bldg. TeUphone 3-3379 OUR SINCERE WISHES TO JEWRY AT LARGE FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W€ST FLAGLGR K€NN€L CLUB y JACOB SHER, President i %  i I! I "'1 1 I 3 I ••s H • 1 4\. 1 .9 I i ( v I



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PAGE FIFTY-SIX +Jeis*fk£idlinr^ I [i i I %  ; i i • n FRIDAY, POISON SHEETS breeding distrust of religious and racial groups are once again being c£SSS by the tens of thousands and reaching into the -arms. ^toru^-meM enSrprises. and homes of America. Directed against the Jews .hey are ****£***" weapons of the hate-mongers, demagogues and the anti-Semites the 8 P ea f^ad of a broader attack upon the freedom of all Americans. Exposing and combatting these powerful forces of hate and destruction axe two national organizations, the American Jewish committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. __ 111 DR. and MRS. DR. and MRS. A. E. ROSENTHAL JOS. B. MARGOLIS and Daughter ISADORA and Family and Son STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a NEW YEAR VERY HAPPY ill T NEW YEAR spin becauw of this deed. QUESTION: What is the origin of the "New Year Cardi"? ANSWER: It sums to be a fact that sending New Year Cards is indeed not a Jewish custom in its origin. It hardly seems to be rooted in religious observances. Of course, the fact that the Jews probably copied it from other nations does not subtract from the social and humanitarian values of this tradition. It is noted that the early Persians would si nd eggs upon which were inscribed New Year's wishes to their frii rids and relatives. The Romans sent gifts as a token of fnenilsi.ip on the New Year. It seen s tl it most nations had some soil of social form of greeting for the New Year and so the JeSvish people wen no exception to this form of sociological manifestation. i [i T SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR 111 T MR. and MRS. ABE ARONOVITZ AND FAMILY HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS G. WARNER MIAMI BEACH DR. and MRS. ALVIN F. GARDNER WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR V IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. ALLAN MILLER 1643 S. W. 7th Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Wm. Jennings Dunn Harold M. Wilson MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL $ MRand MRS. HAROLD TURK AND DAUGHTER CORNELIA AND SON JONATHON SINCERE GREETINGS for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Judge and Mrs. MORRIS BERICK JOY and FRANK MARTIN SEASON'S GREETINGS DAN CHAPPELL 41 COMPLIMENTS MR. and MRS. HENRY D. WILLIAMS AND FAMILY m and MRS BU RNETT ROTH ^TENDTHEBBTJ WISHE SF0RAK)J AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THE* FRIENDS GREETINGsl lor A HAPPY NEW YEAH MR. and MBS. LOUIE BANDE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA1] I Mitchel D. Prici Charles W.Zarinq I Robert S. Florenc* BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. ud MBS. HARRY GORD0H AND FAMILY 1255 WHl At. Mul Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Family Wish All Their FrW and Acquaintances a Happy New Y* MR AND MRS. MAURICEGROSSMAN AND DAUGHTERS NAOMI and R I T A EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY ^ and particularly to the Officer.. Boatd ftJL and Member, of th Y. M. H. A. and T %  and all thir affiliated actitrWSINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 27, 1946

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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FRIDAY
VtMonalfy fyLeafong,
Their birthdays just a week i youngest daughter, Barbara
apart, Arnold and Elaine Aug- Ann, left Saturday lor Florida
ust, children of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry August, 720 S. W. 28th
rd., celebrated with a joint
party Saturday. Thirty guests
attended the party, which was
in honor of Arnold's eighth and
Elaine's third Robert Zane
Alpert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Alpert, of Miami Beach,
has been discharged from the
Navy after serving for one and
a hall years. He will attend
the University ol Miami as a
sophomore. He and his par-
ents recently returned from a
trip north which took them to
Massachusetts, New York, New
Jersey and North Carolina .
David Chaplain, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Chaplain, 1034
Michigan ave., returned to the
University of Florida where he
is a third-year architect student
Mr. and Mrs. George Co-
State College for Women
Pincus Scheinberg left recent-
ly to join Mrs. Scheinberg in
Connecticut for the holidays
. Miss Beatrice Turkel left
Wednesday for Philadelphia
for the holidays Miss Ruth
Brotman, soprano, has just re-
turned from a three-week tour
of Ottawa, Montreal, Philadel-
phia and New York. While in
New York she gave benefit
performances to aid displaced
persons in Europe. She will
resume her singing classes
here .
L. Schwartz, 1040 Sixth St.,
Miami Beach, left Sunday to
spend the holidays in New
York Mrs. Anna R. Berow,
of 245 Jefferson ave., returned
this week from the Bronx .
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono-
hen, Brasnell hotel, returned by vitz reluined to Miami Monday
plane Monday from the North after viSjtmg jn the Grand
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen,
back from their vacation in
Cleveland, are in their new
home at 816 Surfside blvd. .
Mrs. Max Rosenstein will ar-
rive in Miami Saturday after
spending the summer in the
Canyon, Calif., the Canadian
Rockies and New York .
Honeymooning at the Ver-
sailles hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Silverman, White
Plains, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Wohlfeld. Philadelphia,
North Hyman Coopersmitn, Qnd Mr and Mrs Milton Fried-
1224 Michigan ave., re turned | mQn q{ Newark< N. j--------Mr.
from the North ... Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Bernstein and chil-
dren, Barney and Mary, have
returned to Miami Beach after
vacationing in New York .
Miss Jean Bromberg has just
completed a singing engage-
ment at the Miami Civic center
after winning a vocal contest.
She is he daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Bromberg, 2350 S.
W. 17th ter. ... Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Firestone left Monday
morning for Akron and Cleve-
land, Ohio, where they will
visit their son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Smith, and children, Stephen
and Susan Melanie. Mrs.
Smith is the former Miss Enid
Firestone. The Firestones'
and Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein are
expected in town after spend-
((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
BARBARA F. IRVING
REVEALS BETROTHAL
Mrs. Basil Hubhard Pollitt, 1782
S W 21 Tor., announces the cn-
Banement of her daughter, Miss
Barba.aF. Irving, to Miller. G.
Silverstein thus week. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Daughter of the late Dr. HiUe
T Irving of Chicago and Miami
Beach, the bride-elect was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
school and is now a senior at
Florida State College for Women
where She is an active student
leader. She belongs to Mortar
board, Spirogira, and is president
,,f the P dub.
Mr Silverstein, son of the laic
Mr and Mrs. Harry Silverstein,
Miami Beach and Trenton. N. J.,
attended the University of Flor-
ida prior to entering the army
He served for two and one-half
>, bis in the European theater.
Wirtshafters To Live
In Philadelphia
Miss Beatrice Helene Dansky,
daughter of Maurice Dansky of
233 First st., Miami Beach, was
married to Sidney Wirtshafter of
Philadelphia Sunday at the home
of Hal bi Irving Lehrman. A re-
ception followed the ceremony
at the Normandy hotel.
After a wedding trip to Con-
necticut, the couple will reside
in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Wirtshafter was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
school and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. Her husband
served for three and one-half
years with the army medical
corps in the China-Burma-India
theater of operations.
HAPPY
NEW
1J
YEAR
ARTHUR M. CHASAN
SUNNY ACRES POULTRY & FISH MARKET
3215 Grand Avenue
THE PIONEER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION OF
GREATER MIAMI
$
Wishes for Its Members
and Friends and for World
Jewry a Happy and Pros-
perous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE
WE REBUILD REPAIR
46 N. W. First Street
Phone 2-8333
CARL L. LIBBY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATION
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Complete Service "With A Smile"
2065 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-9365
MEMOBIAL CHAPEL
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
1236 Washington Ave.
Miami Beich ,
TH08. M. BURNS. iH.
Funeral Director
ABE EIBENBERO, Treasurer
In New York:
76th St. ard Amsterdam Ave.
SEITLIN & COMPANY
3nAurance
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WISHES ITS MANY FRIENDS
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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BARBARA IRVING
Hadassah Board Meets
With Mrs. Sernaker
Mrs. David Sernaker will be
hostess to the board of the Miami
group of Hadassah at 1:30 p. m.
Monday in her home, 2002 S. W.
12 St., Mrs. Joseph Carp, presi-
dent, announces.
Plans will be made for the op-
ening meeting, to be held next
month. Allocation of funds and
appointment of representatives to
the Greater Miami Hadassah
chapter will also be discussed.
Der..
Stati
The
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has,ng of a JzJi
wagon for tre h -'"I
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A MOST
HAPPY NEW
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL A. BIVDHD
RALEIGH HOTEL
1777 Collins Avenue
Miss; I
Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friendi|
and Patrons for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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\th David lo Seek$525,000 For New Building
,n y Campaigners
,or Myers Sunday
c Myers, Prld*,Sf
' a. Council of Jewish
I and Welfare Funds,
' 7uest at a workers'
0 be Riven by the
lind campaign comrtnt-
fitari V at 10:00 a.m.
the San Juan restau-
lAcki-rmar.
chairman of
announces
HAN
Lakfast will launch the
for S200.000 to con-
|r,e\v community center
Tt 16th ave. and Sixth
licitation of funds will
at the breakfast but
| i^tnbuted
150 workers expected
Zionist Group Debates
Parley Participation
JERUSALEM (WNS) Sept.
23The Small Zionist Actions
committee, whose deliberations
LVtf wee> on the problem of
participating in the London
conference on Palestine were
postponed pending the arrival
from London of Berl Locker,
is expected to resume its meet-
ing here early this week and
decide the question of possible
attendance.
Mr. Locker is expected to re-
port on his negotiations with
the British government. Cur-
rent reports indicate that while
sentiment on participation is
evenly divided, there is abso-
lute uniformity with regard '|>
the demand that the arrested
Jewish Agency leaders, held at
'Lalrun, be released as a condi-
tion to participation.
BRITISH DEFEAT
REFUGEES TRIG
(IT
an, first presi-
L ;. ne of the
hen rabbis will
> Gordon and Mrs.
: arge of ar-
for the affair.
the cam-
SWITZERLAND BARS
ZIONIST CONGRESS
HAIFA (WNS)-Approximate-
ly one hundred Jews on the in-
tercepted refugee ship Palmach
leaped overboard in an attempt
to reach the Haifa shore, it was
reported here by the British mili-
tary authorities who said that all
the swimmers were rounded up
by naval and army forces.
The desperate attempt of the
refugees to reach Palestine's
shores, the report said, followed
a futile attempt by British offi-
cials to persuade the refugees
aboard the vessel to send a dele-
gation to talk over transhipment
arrangements. The swimmers
: were picked up by navy launches.
Several British soldiers dived in-
, to the water and towed the swim-
mers to the launches with ropes.
While thousands of Jews were
| demonstrating in Haifa in protest
| against the deportation of the
refugees to Cyprus, British troops
were ordered to shoot on sight if
the demonstrators attempted to
approach the closed Haifa port
area. As the demonstrators pa-
raded through the streets shout-
ing "Down with England" and
"Shame Bevin," hundreds of ar-
mored cars, tanks and jeeps rum-
GENEVA (WNS)The World
Zionist Congress, slated to open
in Basle late in November, will
not be held in Switzerland, it
was disclosed here by a govern- blcd thrnugh ,hc in
merit spokesman who sa.d that unprcccdonted display of British
the decision of the Swiss govern- s1rcnBth in this arca. Thc Jew.
? .C.0.n,8r.eS.l.W!S ish community also went on a
. was re-
Joe Berrnann. Sol ^Hime""ml^t"!ad to""8 PO^ > ^ Increasing through-
pdman, Nat. crease in anti.Sem.tism.
A
U K ill ,' nrosident .. .. isrl community also wei
J -\ Sam fromf.ted ^ anxiety that the in- Rcnoral stnke; Tension
,.a J.hK Apte, am ternational Zionist gathering at -! ;rinfl ,
an in- 0U( a]j Jewish communities over
. ... .................. the Palmach incident.
I Henrv Jacob-LA rep0rt rece,ved hcre from The Palmach, with approxi-
l Sam Seit-' J.rUSalem 'M ,hat ,he Jcwish mately 800 Jews, was first sighted
' ,_ ^ Agency is facing a serious prob- la Sunday off the northern
Wm. D.
', r rUvid lcm as a result of thc uncxPect*d coast of Palestine. The 200-ton
\cr, uavia decision The holding of the vesse] was j
Jean Guberman and
Baffer.
Simon,
i] iVl. n- r I aec,slon- lne nolaing 01 'ne vessel was intercepted by the
feting thf Emanon club conSress requires many prehmi- British minesweeper Rowena.
I nary arrangements and with the Whcn the Rowena's captain with
.,'' f:i...',.,., "3 ingress due to take place in a crew of sailors boarded the ref-
November little time has been ugcc ship and ordered her to pro-
i left to make the necessary ar- ceod to Cyprus, the passengers
j rangements. ; demurred. When the refugees
------------------------------ (destroyed the ship's engines, a
Sisterhood Plans Affair fight ensued, resulting in the
--------- death of one of the refugees.
Installation of officers of the Several more were injured.
Beth David Sisterhood and P.-T. I The Palmach, at sea for 12
A. will be held Oct. 22 by the days, was found indescribably
Sisterhood. Plans for the affair filthy after being towed into
were made when the committee Haifa. The ship had no bunks
met Tuesday evening at thc home r.or cabins. Her passengers had
of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chair- |been wrthout waterjor^tour^days.
man.
MIAMI JEWISH
fOLK CHORUS
i a Peaceful, Happy
fesperous New Year
Its Members and
Friends
NORRis. Manager
Congregation Beth David will
launch a $525,000 building fund
campaign Nov. 17 to construct a
new synagogue on Coral Way
east of 12th ave., Harry Simons,
president, announced this week.
Directing the drive, which will
extend through Dec. 17, will be
Harry Markowitz, chairman of
the campaign planning commit-
tee, Stanley C. Myers, Louis
Heiman and Sam Weissel.
The new building will contain _
s rooms, an auditorium. din-protestant Magazine
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HARRY MARKOWITZ
YEAR'S
IEETINGS
!!* MARKETS
A&P
P MARKETS
A&P
fD STORES
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
A
Happy, Healthful and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
TO
Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
it!
ALLAPATTAH
STATE BANK
1316 N. W. 36th STREET
In the Heart of the Northwest Section
ing room and kitchens, as well
as the synagogue.
In conjunction with the drive,
a membership campaign is being
planned. Mr. Simons will an-
nounce the chairman next week.
Markowitz has announced the
following campaign committees:
CAMPAIGN PLANNING
COMMITTEE: Stanley C. Myers,
Herb Scher, S. J. Spector, Ed-
ward Safer, Oscar Argintar, Jake
Sher, Dave Brown, Bernard Ster-
ling, Meyer Schwartz. Sam Weis-
sel, Wm. Shayne, Joseph Ber-
man, Jerome Weinkle, Louis Hei-
man, Nat Zalka, Ben Markowitz,
Max Swartz, Ben Essen, Dr. Har-
old Rand, Phil Warshaw, Morris
Rubin, Harry Saffer, Harry Gor-
don, Moe Fiengold, Nathan Adel-
man.
BUILDING PLANS COMMIT-
TEE: Sam Weissel, chairman, S.
J. Spector, Dave Brown, Abe
Kaplan, Phil Levi, Frank Wein-
stein.
INITIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE:
Jake Sher, chairman.
SPECIAL GIFTS COMMIT-
TEE: Louis Heiman, chairman.
GENERAL SOLICITATION:
Ben Essen, chairman.
RATING COMMITTEE: Sid-
ney Lefcourt, chairman, Dr. Max
Pepper, Eugene Weiss, Burnett
Rothe, Nat Zalka, Nathan Adel-
man.
ARRANGEMENTS CCOM-
MITTEE: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
chairman, Mrs. Harry Markowitz,
cochairman.
Harry Saffer is chairman of a
committee that will cooperate
with the women.
"The outstanding feature of
this campaign is the growing in-
terest of the committee members
and chairmen pledged to serve
in making Beth David one of the
finest synagogues in the South,"
Markowitz said.
Scored By NCRAC
NEW YORKCharges of ir-
responsibility and misrepresenta-
tion are leveled against the Pro-
testant Digest, Inc., publishers of
the magazine, The Protestant, in
a resolution of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory coun-
cil, the central coordinating and
policy-formulating body of major
national and local Jewish com-
munity relations organizations,
made public today by Henry Ep-
stein, chairman of the council.
The resolution declares that
the magazine, wjiile soliciting
funds "astensibly for the purpose
of combating anti-Semitism,"
has, in fact, "contributed to inter-
group dissension, and is inimical
to the interests of the Jewish
community in America."
The council urges its constitu-
ent agencies "to discourage sup-
port of The Protestant Digest,
Inc., of its magazine, The Pro-
testant, and other enterprises."
The resolution also stated that
the publishers of the magazine
have no official connection with
any body of the Protestant
church.
BEST WISHES
for the
NEW YEAR
$
SOUTHERN BREWING
COMPANY
Tampa, Florida
IT IS WITH PROFOUND HOPE THAT THE
COMING YEAR SHALL BRING TRUE
AND JUST PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
AND BE REPLETE WITH ALL
GOD'S BLESSINGS
PARK WEST
MEMORIAL
CH APEL
HERMAN E. MEYERS
ALPERT BROS.
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Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973
Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1M0, at the P* office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, i, li
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates. 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00.
2 Years, $5.00. _____
FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
"VOLUME 19 NUMBER 39
Miami, 18, Florida, Friday, Septembei 27, 1946
T1SHHI 2, 5707
THE NEW YEAR 5707
The year 5706 has passed. Reviewing the history of the
past year we lind that the world has treated our people not too
kindly. When the war ended our hopes were high. The rem-
nants of Jewry who had managed to withstand the Nazi terror
would now be resettled and rehabilitated. They would now
be able to start life anew. But what did the year bring? Prom-
ises unkept; masterful diplomatic gestures that proved to be
mere lip utterances. Security that was anticipated remained
but wishful thinking. Concentration rumps, deportation, hunger,
misery, discrimination, were the realities.
As we prepare to welcome the New Year 5707, we try to
erase the unpleasantness of 5706. We forget the troubles, the
disappointments of the past in busy anticipation of the hopes
of the future. This must not be done too hurriedly. We must
reminisce and remember the events of the outgoing year and
the accounts yet to be settled.
In these hours of contemplation we pray for heavenly guid-
ance and assistance, cautioning ourseives to remember to pray
not with just words but by action and deeds.
There is a responsibility and task for each of us in the year
ahead. In our small way we can so conduct our lives and
energies in a direction that will result in progress for all man-
kind.
We pray 5707 will reveal true justice for the Jewish people
rnd for all mankind.
BRITISH DEFEAT
REFUGEE LANDING
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3)
: t of the refugees were so sick
. they required immediate
talizati n. Aboard tfc< Pal-
were 15 pregnant womon^
Several o' them were permitted
lo disembark at Haifa.
Unless there is a change in
ns, the refugees are to be
oped to Cyprus on the
British vessel Empire Heywood,
li will be the sixth shipment of
, to Cyprus since thi an-
. ouncl n ei t i I the new British
policy of deporting "illegals'
.,., king t reach thi Holy Land.
11, | the clandes-
of the Irgun Zvai Le-
i ,i that it was re-
sponsible for the blastii g of the
i iway station last Friday.
T Haifa station was blasted,
announced, "because it
ni of the most important
communication centers of the
British occupati n army between
n Pali stine and the Egyp-
i< r."
Beach Women to Outline
Plans for Aged Home
First rd meeting I
Miami Bead Women's Aux
of tin Home foi tl i Aged will be
at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Vi rsailli s I < tel. Mrs, Bei
y will preside and plans
will be made for the coming sea-
l's activities.
E st regular meeting of the
new year will be held Oct. 15 at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
A Sukkos program is being plan-
ned for the meeting.
Vet Resumes Practice
Jay R. S
-
with the law : i I Wi ntraub
and Martii
jr. Hi tered thi
d
nt the l .;. enant
He first si ilitary
police
telligence in M
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i was
a li gal clain con
He will n
fe and
thn Id on, Warn n.
Pioneer Women Slate
First Fall Meeting
Rabb M \ Shapiro and the
Rev, Maurici Mamches will be
tuests at the firsl Fall meeting
P Women's organiza
t'on, clul umber one at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in B( th David audi-
im,
Rabbi SI apiro w ill spi ak and
Re Mami es will sing sev-
ral Palestinian soi
Plans will bi made for the
National Fund dinner to
: Dec. 15.
Ri ': i n mis will be served.
1 public is invited. Mr.-. Henry
.. president, announces.
AEPhi's Sponsor Tea
A' Epsilon Phi sorority cn-
ned sisters and guests at a
lea last week at the h me of Miss
H t H n. 3301 Flamingo dr.
a pre-school
for members who had been away
e summer and for som<
ew studi nts of the University
M
AEPI i's who attended were
1 Warfield, Miss Mar-
Bi i an, Misi Gloi la Bern-
ti n, Mi Bi atrici Jaffee, Mrs.
David Pollack.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman deliv-
ered the invocation at a conven-
tion m-eting of the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen Tuesday
morning at the municipal audi-
torium. Miami Beach. He was
introduced by A. F. Whitney,
president.
PARISJewish survivor* from all of Europe Bather here In one of ik.
seventeen canteens operated in Paris by the Joint Ditribuiion &?
milter, major American agency aiding ditroe.l Jem ,broaj *"
J.D.C serves thousands of wholesome, taMy, kosher merit diil
these centers. Funds for the J.D.C's activities nrc pro\idtd bt coi
huiions in the U. S. to the United Jewish Appeal.
irconlri.
KOMI II \SIIO\A
By LUTHER BROMBERG
This day we leave behind the busy mart
With all its painful struggle and
To journey unto God, to bare our hearts,
And beg, perchance, another year of
In muted pray'r how we shall beat our bn t .
Recount our sins amid a sea of tears
And pledge observance of God's all be:
From this day rfc through all our givei
While from the pulpit with impassioned to
The Rabbi shall exhort ( ur many greeds.
The old shall weep submissivelythe young
Shall laugh unburdened by tomorrow's needs.
The you:..;; shall laugh for they have much to learn:
So much of life in which to play their parl
Play on wild youth, the oils too quickly burn
And much too soon pain warps your laughing hearts.
Tl is day our hopes relight a greater beam,
Tl day our pray'rs express a strong! i plea:
That from our tears there shall arise a dream
To stand secure through all eternity.
Miami Hillel Director
Gives Orlando Service
Rabbi Albert Michels, director
of the University of Miami Hillel ,
foundation, is serving as guest leader of '
rabbi at ret rvices in 0r-|
lando this yi
Ortl odo: liv< andiM
form services are conducted ml
different i of the Ccngn-I
gati n Ohi S : uilding. I
Rabb; M A. Skop is
ON THE OCCASION OF
IIOSII IIASIIOW
AND THE WELCOMING OF
5707
It is our privilege lo expiess
Our appreciation to our many
Friends for their kind consideration
During the past year.
WE EXPRESS GENUINE GREETINGS
FOR THE COMING YEAR
THE STAFF OF
fJewlst) florid fan
21 S. W. Second Avenue
SELMA THOMPSON
RITA GROSSMAN
E. M. ROSENBERQER
DORIS WILLIAMS
HARRY HESS
MAX ROSFNSTEIN
T. LINDSAY MOORE
MARTIN SPILKA
DAN MrKINNEY
MINNIE McWHORTEB
TOBIE JACOBSKIND
M. H. WHITEHOUSE
MARY SCHREBNICK
FRED HOGARTH
F. L. HUGHES
WM. O. HOGARTH
JEROMc HiCKER
WILFRED FOSTER
KINGSLEY HANGER
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27. 1946
T|. EMIGRATION BLOCKED
of the many people who want to adopt a
f tTorepared for disappointment.
a -rp of Charles Cohen, executive director of the
be Srice bureau, who informed The Jewish Florid-
d SerJr. n0 young Jewish children survived the
^concentration camps. And many who are alive
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^ countries they are now in.
director of the European Jewish Children's
e interested in adopting refugee children can
. nnp w fulfillment of their wish." he said after
[rile nopf .__ _i 4k rurnrwn Tq.;oU nkiu^.'.
Kjliate of the U. S.
pn Child Care.
objective was lo
l mny Jews as he
paid y *PeeI"1
, killing yun9 chil-
cmen of child-bear-
Lpecially the prac-
fatral Europe, from
emigration is now
e of the chil-
jere vounger than 10
[time of their intern-
the brutality and
he many concentra-
|he declared.
, and girts who man-
.i alive were mainly
to were older than
i were arrested.
survivors are now
ox 15 years on up
Liable for adoption,
[e voung man of 20,
ri,"had been subject
Iponsm since 1933,
I seven years old.
I this man and other
jgees arriving here
[memories of seeing
i starved, beaten and
Kng the problem of
ugee children here
piungness of many
unlries to permit
|t) emigrate. Cohen
Ig:um and Holland
Wed as many young
possible to rebuild
lions, he explained.
(cai of any child de-
gettir.g permission
{cvernment of his
1 close relative of the
the: country asks for
[government approve
' Cohen concluded.
i To Be Hosts
Sisterhood
lot their son*s recent
|r. and Mrs. George
be hosts at the
stir.g of the Miami
hodox Congregation
IThe event will be
] Talmud Torah, 1545
|.. at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day Grauer will be
User, Members are
r'ing their friends to
Mrs. E. Karger,
bounces.
X Solinger recently
Horn Rhode Island
son, Leonard, was
fct i.
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YGS
A PRAYER
N Turmoil and
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on Earth"
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ond MRS.
T-SAPIRO
'Arsons
UNVEILING
The unveiling or a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Malvina Haas of 3388 Matilda
st., Coconut Grove, will take
place at 1:30 p. m. Sunday in the
Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate, assisted by
Cantor Abraham S. Friqdman.
Mrs. Haas was a lifetime member
of Beth David congregation. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are requested to at-
tend.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Estehr Wolfe of 327 Washington
ave., will take place at 1 p. m.
Sunday in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate, as-
sisted by Cantor A. S. Friedman.
Arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
Emanon Club Sponsors
Outdoor Fiesta Dance
An open-air fiesta dance will
be held by the Emanon club Sun-
day evening at 9 o'clock on the
athletic grounds of the Miami Y.
Entertainment is being planned
by Nat Etkins, social chairman,
and music will be furnished by
Sherwood LaVigne and his or-
chestra. Admission is 60 cents.
The Emanon club is open for
young men and women over 21
years old. All veterans are in-
vited to join the Y with a free
membership for six months. Next
meeting of the Emanon club is
set for Oct. 9 at the Y.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: B-58M
Rabbi April Preaches
For Key West Services
Rabbi Simon April ,,f Miami
is conducting High Holiday serv-
ices at Key West for the B'nai
^ion congregation. The Rev
Avigd-.r Golden chants Musaoh
services there.
The rabbi will speak on "A
Day for Spiritual Recovery on
Friday and 'Teai and Faith"'.lur-
ing Sabbath services. His sermon
topic for the first day of Rosh
Hashona was The Jewish Pi b-
ltm in This New Year."
Rabbi April's family is spend-
ing the Holidays in Key Wi I
with him.
OSiiiaaries
RUSIDSKY
lei RusldBky, Tv. of 1250 Ocoan
m Miami Beach, died Saturday, He
lma here two years ago from Bos-
ton where the body wan senl by ilif
i.iv..m.i.. Memorial rh......I. His wife,
'"'- r i. i: idsky, bui \i\ea,
Bloom Aids Chest Drive
H. H. Bloom, vice president
of the Retail Merchants division
of the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce, will head the Retail Mer-
chants division of the ai
Community Chest camp
which opens Nov. 1. A goal of
$785,000 will be sought.
Your Complete Department
Store With Qual'ty
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flarler St., Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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WELCOMES YOU JJ
NATIONAL Hotel
SILVER
Moo Riivi r, 80, of 1520 \. W. Second
u'e'l in a hospital Pi Ida]. A
;"""' lor, he r< tired 15 years n"
'; "' in health. He came to
Miami four years ago and was con-
iii 'i. 'i wnii :i trull com ei n as a aales-
''.''" Hi was ii member of the Nn-
\ wli \ lib' as oi iitlon Sui vlv-
wln Mi Miriam Silver,
n, Phai Iph, both lallKhter in l:,l,,.|,, \ y .m,i .,
water and brother in Kew Wirk city
where the bmly was Ren I by [Overside
h ipel.
DRESHFIELD
< A. Dreahfleld, 82, of 113:!
M ml Beach, died In a
"i"' 'I Thursday night. .\ retired
n 'in,,. i. came to
unl three ye irs ago from Chicago.
was n Ms on. Surviving are his
'" Mrs, Rose Dreshfleld: n son,
'.i'n. of ill f :,,. ,..| lwo Bisters,
I."- Angeles Services were In-lil
H i I" Memorial chapel.
BASHWINER
Donald Bashwiner, 12, of 507 E. 24th
St., Hlaleah, died Monday ninht an a
result nf ii bicycle crash, survivors
in- Mi. and Mrs. Harold ISnshWlner,
bin parents, and a sister, Sandra
Carol. Itiiblil Irving I-ohrmun offlc-l-
ntiil ;it the services Wt-dne-sday. Hu-
rinl was ai .Mi. Ni-lio cemetery. Ar-
rangements were made by the Gor-
don Kuni'ial home.
PONT
Abraham Pont, 57, of 41 s X. w.
Third ove., died last Thursday. Ho
came from New fork city five years
ago. Surviving are two sons, a daugh-
ter anil two brothers. Burial was in
Woodlawn Park following services
I'Yiilay in the Gordon chapel.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
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Experienced Men"
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PHONE 4-5860
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Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy. Hydrotherapy and
Electric.Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE, M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-02439.1042
Open lo Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
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PAGE SIX
EARLY CAMPAIGNS
NET 72 MILLION $
A comprehensive report on the
achievements of 3,500 Jewish
communities which resulted in
the raising of more than $72,000,-
000 this spring toward the $100,-
000,000 quota of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, is contained in the
L'JA Campaigner which was pub-
lished this week.
The Campaigner predicts that
if the 1,500 Jewish communities
which formally launched their
fall drives during the High Holi-
day period maintain the stanr>
aids of giving established in the
spring, the full $100,000,000 quota
will be attained for the combined
nation-wide campajgn to save the
Jews of Europe through relief
and rehabilitation overseas,
through mass settlement in Pal-
estine and through assistance to
refugees in the United States.
Approximately $50 000 000 -
half the nation-wide goalhas
been raised by ten major cities,
exclusive of Chicago and Boston,
whose record drives are now get-
ting under way, the Campaigner
reported.
The ten major cities, whose
S50.000.000 total represents an in-
crease of approximately $35,000,-
(100 over what these same cities
raised last year, include New
York. Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Newark, Pittsburgh, Cleveland,
Detroit, St. Louis, Los Angeles
and San Francisco. Chicago has
adopted a campaign goal of $9,-
750.000, with a minimum of $9.-
000.000 earmarked as the quota
for the United Jewish Appeal,
and Boston will campaign to give
the UJA a minimum of $3,750,000.
The Campaigner states that the
I'JA in Greater New York has
already raised $30,500,000 with
New York leaders hopeful of
ing their $35,000,000 goal
before the end of the year. Phila-
delphia's final figure was listed
at $6,051,187, of which the UJA
quota was S5.000.000. Detroit's
total was $3,560,000. assuring the
I'JA i f $2,750,000. Cleveland
came through with a total of
$2,840,000, of which S2.150.000
was earmarked for the UJA.
Sabbath Shuva Services
Observed This Saturday
The 'Sabbath of Repentance,"
known in Hebrew as Shabbos
Shuva, will be observed in the
local houses of worship this Sat-
urday.
After Shalos-S'udos services at
5:30 p. m. Saturday afternoon at
Beth Tfilah synagogue, Rabbi E
Rackovsky will preach on "Re-
pentance."
Rabbi Murray Grauer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will preach a traditional
Sabbath Shuva Drosha Saturday
morning.
Shuva services will be held a'
Beth David synagogue at 8:3f
a. m. Saturday.
The Sabbath of Repentance
will be observed at the Miam
Beach Jewish Community Centei
at 9 a. m. Saturday.
The traditional "DrashaJTes
huva" will be held Saturday at
5:30 p. m. at Beth Jacob congre-
gation.
At Temple Emaun-El in Fort
Lauderdale, Rabbi David Raal
will preach Sabbath Shuva serv-
ices on Friday evening at 8 p. m
His sermon will be on "Return
To WmomTo What?"

57011
Biggeit news of the year
concerned the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the
Mount Sinai hospital.
Wm. D. Singer led Federa-
tions record breaking cam-
paign to the $830,000 mark.
(Original goal: $783,100 upped
from the first plan to raise
$532,000.) Orer $517,000 of the
funds raised went to United
Jewish Appeal.
+Jrnlst>nor***L
LEGAL NOTICES
I^l^m^
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
'hikppruzen productb ... IIM
v \\ -'ill SVeet. Miami, Florida, and
' ,, ,he office ..f tl>-' Clerk ol
;',;.' ,.,'.. Court of Dad* County,
'"......." BEN LEVIN,
SIIIKl.KY LEVIN,
CHARLES BROMER.
Bole owners.
CEOItQE CHERTKOF,
Vtlorne) foi Applicant*.
I :; i" 1-11-18-25
SINGER
MEYER
Early this spring, the long
talked-about hospital move-
ment started moving with the
organization of the Mt. Sinai
corporation under the presi-
dency of Baron de Hirsch
Meyer.
First action: Purchase of the
Alton Road hospital on Miami
Beach for $100,000.
Second action: Planning with
Federation for a coordinated
drive to raise $2,500,000 for a
new hospital, maybe $1,000,000
for Federation agencies. Cam-
paigning will extend from Nov.
15 through March 15.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage Ui
luslness under tin- fictitious name ol
IMM'8 SERVICE STATION. :it IT."
s' \v. nth St.. Intends to reglstei
aid name i'h tin- Clerk "f the <"ir-
ult Court of I'm|,- County. Florida.
WILLIAM noLDSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
30 '. 6-13-20-27
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring to MKai:*' in
iuslness under ih. fictitious amne ol
IODERN HOt'REKEEriNG SHOP
I --17 S W 18th Aviv. Miami. Kla
ntends to register the said name
ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
>ade County, Florida
KENNETH 8. CARPENTER.
Sole Owner.
KYMoflt .1 SIMON,
Attorney for Applicant.
13-20-21 ld/l-11
NOTICE :s HEREBY GIVEN thai
'he undersigned, desiring to engage In
'iiisint-SH under th>- fictitious name of
\MYll>r.\l. LACNDRY SERVICE
>F Miami, at Miami. Florida, intends*to reglstei
aid n.un.- with the Clerk of the Cii -
nit Court "f Bade County, Florida
MANUEL BITR8TEIN
VON ZAMFT & SIMON.
Attorneys for Manuel Burstein,
27 l" 4-11-18 23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that'
he undersigned, desiring to engage li
'iuslness under the fictitious name ol
111 A I 'I'll.B'B BAR, it 5801 N W, 22n<
We., Miami. Kla intend to reglstei
aid name with the Clerk of Hip cir-
nit Court ol Dade County, Florida
DAVID P. WIENER
CHARLES CAMP1GLIA
VATHANIKI. .1 KLEIN,
\t in,.. f,,r Applicants,
SOS Lincoln Road
L'T 10/4-11 -It
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
in- undersigned, desiring to engage in
iuslness undei the fictitious name ol
AKER PLUMBING & HEATING
p., at 4S26 N W 3.Mh Court. Miami
la., intends to register said name
vith the lierk of the Circuit Court
f Hade County, Florida.
".7 10/4-ll-I$-TOM KAKKR
' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 12778 ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
HAY KORN1CK, holder as .assignee
,,f CltJ "f .Miami Tag I citlfi.atc
Kin.....icd -2T8, dated the 1st day ol
June a 11 IMS, has ni"i said < ertin-
catc in in* Office, and has m.ule ap-
plication f"i tax de.d to issue there-
on m act ord&nce with law. Said < er-
,,....,,,. embraces Ihe following de-
M-rlbed property, situated In l>ad
County, Florida, to-wlt:
i,,i >:, I'.lo, k J. Harwood Second
Vddition to Riverside Farms, i'lat
Book i l*w -'' i" the City of Miami,
County "f n.oie. state of Florida.
The !-' sment of said propert)
under the Certificate Issued was In
the n.in.' of UNKNOWN, L'nless said
ate shall redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 23rd day of October, A.D 1*41
I late,l ihis I Mli day of September,
\ l> 1944
(On mt Conn Sean
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk "f Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
Bs BETHENIA W. BRYAN,
I' c
9 20-27 S" 1-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Die undersigned are engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHIEF FROZEN FOOD STORES, at
']\ Rveigladi Concourse, Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, mid at
1141-1143 West Flagler Street, Miami,
Dade ("ounly, Florida, and Intend to
register ihe fictitious name in the
office of the Clerk of Ihe circuit
Court of Dnde County, Florida.
BEN LEVIN
SHIRLEY LEVIN
CHARLES BROMER
Sole ( IWIIITH.
IEOROE CHERTKOF,
Attornev for Applicants.
6-13-20-27 U>/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
iiant to Ihe "Fictitious Name Btat-
ite" that the undersigned, doing
iuslness under the fictitious name f
MOLLY and MAC KOSIIF.R DELI-
ATE8SEN \- RESTAl'RANT, locat-
I at 1425 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, I'ade County. Florida. Instead
o register said fictitious name In the
ifflce .f the Cl.rk of the Circuit
"iirt of Dad< County, Florida.
MOLLT APTP.
formerlv known a.i
Mc U.I. Y WAQNER
MAC MKRMKI.I.
VATHANIKI. .1 KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicants;
r."". Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla,
1/13-20-27 1 4-11
Two Holiday Broadcasts
Scheduled Next Week
Concluding a series of High
Holiday radio programs will be
a Yom Kippur address by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David con-
gregation at 6:45 p. m. Thursday
over WIOD and another by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom at 11:30 a. m. Friday
over WKAT.
The broadcasts are sponsored
by the Greater Miami Rabbinical
association. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man is in charge of the project.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,> engage i,;
business under the fictitious name of
SINCLAIR HOTEL at :.n7 Espanols
Way. Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends to
cci-te: said name with the Clerk of
r-|reult Court of Hade County.
Florida
LAWRENCE TAYLOR,
Lessee and I >p-rnt HARRY DIETS,
Attorney foi Applicant.
Congress Hide.
27 io t-n-:<-2:.
Lift Iniursnes Eststes
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
S07 Blscayne Blrto.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-99S1
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
Alexander Kushner
and Family
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
. & MRS. I.
of the
CLAM BOX RESTAURANT
ON THE OCEAN AT 74TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liuxiiicKa under the fictitious name of
BENNETT WHOLESALE CO.. at 738
N K. First Ave.. Miami, Fla., intends
tn register said name with the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
AL OSHEROFF
H/13-20-27 tO/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, daalrlpjj to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VNITA LEE GIFT BHOPPB, at 1761
8. W. Sth St., Miami, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the CJerk
.f the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida
HARRY R SHERMAN
BESSIE SHERMAN
-'20-27 10/4-11-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
be undersigned, denlrlng to engage In
'iuslness under the fictitious name of
TOBIE'S LTNCHEONETTE, at 23a
N. E. First Ave Miami, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
,f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATE OOEBEL.
Solo Owner.
RAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
I in:, Congress Bldg.
IS-S0-I7 10/4-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN that
lie undersigned, desiring to engage in
'usiness under the fictitious name of
MIAMI AMUSEMENTS, nt 210ft N. E.
-Vcond Ave. Miami, Fla Intend to
.-cistcr said name with the Clerk of
he Circuit Court of Dade County,
ilorlda.
BERNARD II. FRANK
WILLIAM A CORNELIUS
MAR LITWACK
1AMUEL HUBIN.
Attorney for Applicants,
i 20-27 10/4-11-18
BUaincM under the r tc
intenda to ,VKi'.', Jhil
* Clerk "$?** *a
l>a /13-20.27 fifflf* AUERT.
business urnIr'.tt'^.t!,,"*
N, W. nth Av.*T,''|
said name with ih.ii11, l0 '
-" Qur< .,f gsif<*&
/!>- 27 10/4-11
WTiasflSSBS
B. 2nd Ave.. M.anu."1K'",',
register said name wilhV^NJ
RAYMOND RiFT
HARRY IS* "RESSI^
NOTICE 18 HEREIN civn*
the undersigned are *nitaW hfl
ness under the firtlttonk J
LAL.KI.I.K AI'AHTMKXTsT,
Normandy Drlv, Miami W
L'.,H'. n" Intend t jfi
fell ions name in the office Cl.rk of the Circuit Cutt V
count*, Floi It ""'
I.AUKKNCK HOFTMW
MINNIE HOFniAN
GEORGE CHERTKOpf* "**
Attorney for Applicant*
:':: it l-n-is-M
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FOOD (ENTERS
STORES
Conveniently
Located at
MIAMI
1895 S. W. 8th St.
8515 Biscayne Blvi
2201 N. W. 62nd St
1060 S. W. 27th Are.
$
CORAL GABLES
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700 W. 41st St
1701 Alton Road
NIGHT CLASSES
University of Miami
Registration Oct. 2nd-3rd
Accounting
Art
Drama
Economics
Real Estate
Insurance
(Business
Administration)
Languages
Sciences
Psychology
English
Especially designed for those wishing J? enternf
fields are the INDUSTRIAL TRAINING COURSE).
Engineering Drawing
Marine Navigation
Aeronautics
Construction Estimating
Air Conditioning
Sales Psychology
and many other subjects
Many subjects are offered that do
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Veterans May Be Enrolled Under the
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Call-University of Mtami-44801
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FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION


gfpTEMBEBJ27, 1946
p.
j^ns Honeymoon
|gvv Orleans
fe, St- >5 by Rabbi
1 iSnS Of the Miami
. !* renter. The bride
kierCeMi# 5JH--
1 daughter of Mr. and
[Louis Wf.nberg of 1735
tn ;,v,.. Miami Beach.
I Phyllis Hyman was the
Lhonorand Mrs. Ed Moore.
[i WeTsman. Mrs. A. Was-
[ ,ni| Miss Evelyn Tendler
fi,,', attendants.
. groan,, son of Mr. and
Lcob Wasserman of 930
Seventh si., was attended
vm Wasserman, Ed Moore.
Ejsman, Stanley Abra.rno-
r'rJ Lester Mandel. The
'uncles. Jack and Nat
be.g, were in Miami for the
toy.
and Mrs. Wafscrman are
ers of the F.inanon club of
lami Y and both attended
X in the north. Mr. Wasser-
C.ivul with the Army for
rears.
*klsl>ihrktfori
PAGE SEVEN
ZARET ENGAGED
JR. LEWENAUER
engagement of Miss Rita
|e, ;; ert A. Lewenauei
Iwaukee, was announced by
bents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
1015 W. 47th st., Miam:
at a reception dinner at
| rf-Astoria hotel, New
last week. The wedding
lake place in Miami Beach
ne.
bride-elect is a graduate
liami Beach Senior High
and attended the Univer-
hf Wisconsin before trans-
it to the University of Miami,
she is now a senior. A
jer of Alpha Epsilon Phi
In she will receive her de-
pn journalism in June.
Tfiance served as a lieuten-
l the army air corps, spend-
Jhx months overseas. He is
tiajoring in business admin-
Ion at the University of Wis-
iwhere he affiliated with
pmbda Phi fraternity.
hi E Alums Meet
i Miami alumnae chapter oi
Phi Epsilon sorority held
ht meeting of the new year
pay at the Tropics hotel.
Georgt Gerson, national
|i ..v.. acted as tem-
r airman during the busi-
hession which was followed
I social hour.
MR. and MRS.
NATHAN GLOSSER
Pish All Their Relatives
and Relatives
|A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
SAM H. GOLDMAN
AND FAMILY
IS.W. 16th Ave., Miami. Fla.
ftnd Best Wishes to Their
Many Fnends For A
Happy Now Year
"ere Wishes to All Our
pBfvM and Friends for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
in
, MR. and MRS.
pORGE CHERTKOF
and children
STANLEY IVAN
CAROL FAITH
DALLAS JEWRY CONTRIBUTES $25,000 TOWARDS $7,500000
CAMPAIGN OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
* In 5700 *
PLAN PALESTINE NIGHT
Pioneer Women's organization,
club number two of Miami Beach,
will hold a Chalutzo Palestinian
night in November, it was an-
nounced this week following a
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Abraham Dorff, club chairman.
Time and place of the event
will be announced soon.
Dr. MordVcai Sollrs, Executive Director of Yesliiva University, re-
ceiving check from Ralihi Dr. Israel H. WeUfrlrl, of Dallas, Texas, aluninm
of the Yeshiva and eminent spiritual leader of Congregation Sliearilh Israel.
More than two-thirds of ihe $25,000 quota accepted by Dallas Jewry, in
ronnection with the $7,500,000 Expansion and Endowment Campaign of
Yeshivs University, has already heen raised.
i The campaign in Dallas in hehalf of Yeshiva University was initiated by
Dr. Weisfeld, aided Iiy a Sponsors' Committee of prominent laymen, and is
being conducted in cooperation with the local Jewish Welfare Federation of
whjch Julius Schcpps is President and Jacob 11. Kravitz, Executive Director.
MILL IIOMAX
MR. and MRS.
MEYER SCHWARTZ
and Family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE FOR
County
Commissioner
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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Electrical Appliances
Phone 9-3197
RABBI RACKOVSKY
Newest synagogue at the
Beach was Beth Tfilah, Se-
phardic congregation, which
erected its building at 935
Euclid ave. in time for the High
Holy Days. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky is spiritual leader.
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1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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ing the summer at Stevensville
Inn. Swan Lake. N. J. They
will be at the Ritz Plaza hotel
where Mr. Dinnerstein is co-
owner.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn
have leit for a month's vacation
in Hot Springs, Ark. He is the
new owner of the Alcazar
hotel Marcia Sue was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kas-
bin on Sept. 16, in New York.
Her maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad, of
Miami Beach ... A daughter,
Wendy Jane, was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Rubin on
Sept. 15 in Jackson Memorial
hospital. Her mother is the
former Mi Gussie Sternberg
of England Jeffrey Charles
was born on Sept. 5 to the
Herman Rubins, of 23 Phoe-
netia ave., Coral Gables .
Maxine Judith is the new
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Stotland. She was born
in Philadelphia Sept. 16. Her
mother is the former Adele
Selig, who worked for the Anti-
Defamation league here .
COLLEGE CREW
Going through the routine of
freshman week at Florida State
College for Women in Talla-
hassee this week are the Misses
Nina Nelson, Roslyn Blanch,
Joan Brick, Gloria Cohen, Lil-
lian Faber, Shirley Gerstein,
Edith Golin, Gale Greenbeig,
Joan Horowitz, Zelda Katlan,
Solomon, Barbara Steig and
Audrey Becker, all of Miami
Beach Among high school
graduates attending the Uni-
versity of Miami are Lurleen
Gross, Sylvia Selevan and
Gloria Farkas. Miss Jackie
Rosen will attend Northwestern
university.
Miss Sonya D a n b a u m ,
daughter of Ben Danbaum,
Rivo Alto island, has enrolled
in Miami university after at-
lending Kemper hall at Ken-
osha, Wis.
Miss Irene Tucker, daughter
of Mrs. Grace Tucker and the
late Dr. Joseph A. Tucker, of
8911 Hawthorne ave., left Sun-
day for the Oberlin Conserva-
tory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio.
She attended Wesleyan col-
lege in Georgia last year and
is a violin student of Lacey
Coe.
Teachers' Institute Gives
First Doctor s Degree
-------- --------- ----- ~ __ i 111 lilt. iumni iv.ii, <
Joyce Keryn, Eda Kohn, Marcia ciasses in public schools,
Sable, Ann and Irma Schwartz,
Harriet Schwartzman, Arleen
Pennsylvanians United
In Ceremony at Beach
Two Pennsylvan M s.>
i,. s. i< r and Louis Levy, wen
married Saturday ev< ning at the
homo of Rabbi Irving Leh
A reception followed at the Beach
Plaza hotel.
The bride, d ghter ol Mr. and
Mi i, A' i am S ifii ol McKi i .--
port, Pa., by her
. Gerti iid<. Mr. Levj '
llian was Mark La
Mrs, Levy was graduated from
McKeesport Hijjh school and has
been working here, He:
l>ur.d is night manager of the
Beach Plaza hi tel and is thi
i f Mr. and Mi.-. San. Lew, of
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
The couple has gone to the
'I I i ; and Islands for their honey
moon and will make Miami their
ionic on their return.
Ra ; Edward Hoi wilz of
Brooklyn, Now York, received
, gn < from the
37 year-old T< ai ers' institute oi
i J. wish Theological Seminary
: ___ exi rcises Sept. lu-
lled oi the Hebrew d< |
ment of the Thorn Jefferson
H in Ni V rk, Ral I'.
Horowitz is the author of "Sip-
purim Kallim," a reader used
in the fourth '.or ;. IK brew
and
Word Building in Hebrew,"
I ., h tells ti.e story of th<
th and development ol th
Hebrew langu;
Rabbi Horowitz is ti.e gi
son I tl of the Horo-
witz Bros, and Margareten bak-
:.im.
Paraguay To Permit
Jewish Immigration
NEW Y< IRK, One hui
in Km pe will
entei Paraguay
ed be-
n that South American na-
and 11IAS ill. in w Shelter-
ing and 1:: I Aid society
entativi ling to a
'ai K received bj Abraham Her-
man. 111AS president.
Tl e : epoi' ..i tl at .. majority
of the one hundr< .- will
: o exp< eti d to dii < I
ultural tasks out-
natioi capital, A.-u:.-
eion.
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL

Trachtenberg's Kosher Food Market
N. KAPLAN H. ROTHSTEIN
MEAT DEPARTMENT
M. BECKER
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
TRACHTENBERG
VEGETABLE and FRUIT DEPARTMENT
1323 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Miss Sperling Selects
Double Ring Ceremony
Miss Charlotte Sperling and
juHus Baida will be married in
dcuble .ing ceremony at Bc.tr.
racob congregation 7:30 p. m
Sunday evening with Rabbi
vloses MescheloH officiating.
Following a family dinner at
!u. National hotel, the couple
will honeymoon for two weeks
in New York and Pittsburgh
and will return to Miami to make
their home here.
The bride-elect, daughter of
the William Sperlings of 619 S.
W 25 id., will be attended by
!.', future sister-in-law, Mrs.
Louis Haida. Miss Sperling at-
t, nded schools in New York.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Baida of 705 14 st., Miami Beach,
the bridegroom-eleet will be at-
tended by his brother, Louis
Baida. He was graduated from
Miami Beach High school and
served for four years in the
Marines.
Among the out-of-town guests
,i the wedding will be Mr. and
Mis. Julius SimcofI and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kravitz, of Brooklyn, and
Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Greenberg,
t New Hampshire.
JSSB Members To Vote
On Loan Fund Agency
BJE Directors To Meet
Budget and plans for the year
will be discussed by the board
,1 directors of the Bureau of Jew-
i lucation at 8 p.m. Tuesday
tl offices of the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federation. Louis
an will preside at the meet-
ing, which is the first of the
MR. and MRS.
SAM TENDRICH
and Family
WISH AKK THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Novelty Night
Tonight all the help
will wear clean
shirts THEY
MADE ENOUGH
IN TIPS LAST
NIGHT TO GET
THEIR LAUNDRY
OUT!
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For The Best
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FOR ALL OCCASIONS
11.1 ml Matle
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By
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WE PARCEL POST
from
COAST TO COAST
10 & 12 8. L Second Avenue
Opp. Florida Power & Liflht Co.
General membership of the
Jewish Social Service bureau
will determine whether the
Baron de Hirsch loan fund will
become a separate community
organisation at a meeting Tues-
day evening. Oct. 9, at the
Beach Y, 1 Lincoln rd.. Charles
Cohen. JSSB executive direc-
tor, announced this week.
Establishment of an inde-
pendent loan service has been
favored by the JSSB board and
the executive committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
HEADS YOUTH CENTER
Dr. Jesse V. Cohen, Miami
Beach psychiatrist, was elected
president of the Miami Beach
Youth Center committee Monday.
An election to fill the first vice
presidency that Dr. Cohen va-
cates will be called soon.
GOODMAN^
Mi Dorothy r^
mond Hill, i rSJ
"'v.dson, New k^ \
Beach, were m rk**
Y'" '"""n in M'ami rW. H
,eft f,,r a ^sit to hN
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WISHES
FOR A
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MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE D1GNIFB
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GRODI
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Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, ttaj
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Eoa
For Further Inlormcrtion Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 3-10*1
ALLIED BUILDERS. I,
512 Washington Avenue
- $
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Telephone 5-6791
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
it!
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amblt,on to be a rad.o
.writer, director, or pro-
I has inspired Miss Marco
L to enter the American
Uy of Dramatic Arts in
Wk on Sept. 29. .
. daughter ol Mrs. ana Mrs.
L Schwab of 3086 SJJ
EveTshe was active to USO
Knment work during the
Ken! graduate of Miami
t HiRh school, she was a
L of l National Thes"
h-onor dramatic society, was
iSTStlie Miami High Dra-
dub and was a member
i National Forensic league,
kry speech society. Recently
Llwd third in a national
Et declamation tourna-
f;Pon,orcd by the NFL at
Lcstern university.
Irested in journalism, she
[the feature editor of the
Li High Times and was a
ter of the national Quill and
r honorary journalism so-
ils To Cemeteries
lor Departed Sunday
Lh residents of Miami will
. their annual pilgrimage to
[cemeteries Sunday to honor
memory of their departed
Ives and friends. Rabbis of
orr.munity will be present at
temeteries to lead services
Iged by the Greater Miami
linical association.
Ebis Moses Mescheloff, Max
pro, Murray Grauer, Colman
tna'n. and J' seph Rackovsky
|be at the Jewish section of
Voodlaun Park cemetery at
J :.. Rabbi Shapiro will also
L City cemetery at 3:30
1. and Rabbi Zwitman will
[the Temple Israel cemetery
le Graceland Memorial Park
Ip. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiate at Mt. Nebo ceme-
Iat 2 p.m.
Serious Diet Deficiency
Noted Among Emigres
Refugees arriving in Miami
are suffering from a serious
diet deficiency, Charles Cohen,
executive director of the Jew-
ish Social Service bureau, said
this week following receipt of
a local doctor's report.
Years of imprisonment in
concentration camps with little
or no food have left their mark
on these immigrants, he de-
clared.
In order to regain their
strength, emigres need special-
ly prepared food. For this pur-
pose room and board facilities
are being sought by the bu-
reau.
Persons who wish to rent
rooms and provide board for
refugees should contact Mrs.
Camille Guerin at the JSSB
office, phone 3-5377.
Care of emigres who arrive
in the local area is supervised
by the Refugee committee of
the JSSB. Represented on the
committee are JSSB. the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation
and the Miami section. Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women.
SINATRA AIDS U.J.A.
Dr. Newman Directed
Federal Housing Project
New Miamian, Dr. R. B. New-
man, will open offices at Lincoln
rd. and Washington ave. when
the Lincoln building is completed
in December. Before moving to
Miami Beach with his wife and
li ree children, Dr. Newman prac-
ticed medicine in Newport News,
Va.
During the war he directed
the Copeland Park project in
Newport News, the largest Fed-
eral housing project in the coun-
try. It housed 35,000 families.
A graduate of the University
( f Iowa, he interned at the Illi-
nois Masonic hospital in Chicago.
The Newmans live at 4215 Post
ave., Miami Beach.
HOLD JUNIOR SERVICES
Junior Rosh Hashona services
of the Bern David eongwregation
were neiu Thursday and Friday,
under the direction of Louis
Gadon, Hebrew instructor.
TOP SOIL
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Servicemen To Be Guests
At BPW Beach Party
Servicemen will be guests at
the moonlight beach party to be
held by the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's division of Ha-
dassah at 7 p. m. Saturday. Miss
Edyth Fleischer, chairman, an-
nounces.
The affair will be held on the
private grounds of the Normandie
hotel, 349 Ocean dr. Private
lockers will be provided for those
who wish to change into bathing
suits.
There will be continuous music
and dancing all evening. Admis-
sion for civilians will be 50 cents
and will include refreshments.
Next meeting of the division
will be held Oct. 14 at the Beach
Y.
Frank Sinatra, America's -iiminu
idol, has served as i h.iifin.ui of a spe*
rial United Jewlih Appeal drive eon-
dueled among hoys and girls in sum-
mer camps throughout the East. His
leadership sent the drive way over
the top, with record contributions for
the relief, rehabilitation and resettle-
ment of Europe's homeless Jewi>h sur-
vivors. In appealing lo the younger
generation. Sir. Sinatra said: "I feel
that all Americans, of all faiths and of
all ages, ought lo do something about
the appalling plight of the surviving
Jews overseas who are suffering so bit-
terly from the effects of Nazi slavery
and torture." The $100,000,000 United
Jewish Appeal supports the life-saving
programs of the Joint Distribution
Committee, relief and rehabilitation
agency for destitute Jews overseas; the
United Palestine Appeal, which pro-
vides for the mass settlement and up-
building of the Jewish homeland in
Palestine; and the 'National Refugee
Service (United Service for New Amer-
icans), which aids newcomers to this
country in their adjustment to the
American way of life.
CURRENT
DIVIDEND
On Insured Savings Accounts
EACH account is insured safe to $5,000 by the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of
515,000 and be fully insured.
CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal in-
vestments for Trust Funds as well as Funds held
by Guardians, Administrators and Executors.
FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the
month earn as of the 1st of the current month.
Ull Lincoln Road Vi Block East of Alton
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Resource. Over $10,000,000.00
C. L. CLEMENTS. President
FOR RENT
Large Room with Double Bed.
Southwest Section.
Breakfast Privileges.
Cal! after 5:30 P.M.
Phone 3-2935
Re-opening October 1st
Tlie
Lear School
Morning and All-Day Sessions
Nursery through 12th Grades
MORNINGS: Outdoor Academic
Instruction. Complete Commer-
cial Courses.
AFTERNOONS: Music, Art. and
Dramatics. Large Private Swim-
ming Pool on Premises.
Registration NOW OPEN
1010 West Avenue. M. B.
Phone 5-0606
DA R. LEAR, Director
Pioneers Since 1914'
1396 N.WJWh Street
Awning Prices
May Increase
While we still have a
large supply of material,
a shortage is indicated.
Better order before prices
advance. We store un-
til needed.
PHONE 2-1731
FOLDING
CHAIRS & TABLES
FOR RENT
Phone 9-3143
Dr. HERBERT S. LEVIN
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS:
9:00 to 5:00
And By Appointment
Suite 612-614
DuPont Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
for Rest
CONVALESCENCf
.^ChbonicCasej
'Sun-Ray Park
ealth Resort
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ALITY //
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by in*
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Phone 2-6141
1725 N. W. 7th ATenu*
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132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741
_______Hotel, Restaurant-------------
And Institutional Equipment
Complete Line
Glassware Chinaware Silverware
Steam TablesCoffee UrnsRanges
Fryers__Bake OvensHot Plates
FurnitureFloor Coverings
Misc. Equipment
LAYOUTS
You Expect
And Of Course
You Are Entitled
To Honest, Reliable
And Intelligent
Handling Of
Your
REAL
PROBLEMS
SEE
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2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave.
Off Coral Way Phones 48-2600-48-2609
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JEWISH EDUCATION HOLDS KEY TO
RICH FUTURE, YOUTH BELIEVES
(HOW YOUTH FEELS ABOUT JEWISH EDUCATION," "Mien b.
Miss Josephine Berm.in, is the second in a senes which The Jew n
Floridinn is printing in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education
._ printing
in observance of Jewish Education Month.)
Only a few years ago Jewish
Education was so completely a
pail of life itself that it was not
even distinguished as such. There
was little of any other education.
Every Jew, depending of course
upon his mental capacity, was
educated as a Jew and lived the
life of a Jew.
However, since the ghetto
walls were battered down, at
least in regard to economic and
educational
through the ageless teachings
of the prophets. It has educated
me along lines of social justice,
a trick the world has still failed
to catch in two thousand years.
It has corrected the old mis-
conception tha only the Jews
of old were capable of producing
immortal works. It has made me
pi. ml of the modern Jew, of his
revitalized language, of his flour-
opportunities, the ishing homeland nursed back to
modern Jew has as a general health by eager, loving children,
rule endeavored to know success of his contributions m all fields
along the lines that his gentile to this society; of his capacity
neighbors pursued it. He was to suffer and remain normal of
greatly concerned with being ac- his ability to seek light where
cepted by his neighbors ... all there "lv darkness, of his
phases of his life. strength and immortality; he is
It r kbr-si-- i-iJSASTSSid
fore he realized that no mattei .,
... i. never feel were it not for the
how carefully he might try to ___.
, i I, kr.owledg( i f niv people,
imitate his friends and conceal ., u-A' f
his identity he could never hope
to be fully accepted.
Thus, first from a negative
approach and then from a posi-
tive, did the modern Jew begin
to know himself and be him-
self. The negative influence was
his rejection to the gentile
world. The positive influence
sprang from the knowledge and
the understanding of his price-
less heritage.
T day the average American
Jewish youth finds himself in a
bewildering position, particularly
lers are American
born. On all sides he is influenced
by American culture, and though
he may be eagei to contribute
and participate fully, he is not
permitted to do so. He must live
in harmony with American law
and custom but must seek
full spiritual expression through
his Jewishness. The public school
system is largely responsible for
rmi r; the latter he must
lire through Jewish Educa-
tion.
Evi ry youth in the process of
socialization seeks to identify
- to attach him-
self to a gmup and act through
il as a member ofs ociety. Thus
WE an BOTH Americans and
Ji ws But to identify oneself
merely in name is not sufficient.
efore it ..- totally inadequate
say, ''I am a Jew,'" and never
and feel a deep connection
with the Jewish group.
Jewish Education has bound
me firmly with the bonds of
spiritual security to the group
into which I was born. It has
given me an insight into the
future in relation to the deeds
of the past; an understanding
of the progress of mankind
The idol breakers of ancient
times, the ghettos of newer times,
the renaissance of today present
a tremendous challenge to the
modern Jewish youth. He can
either rise to greater heights
than ever before in preserving
peace and justice, or he can fall
to spiritual ingnominy to be trod-
den upon by the ruthless like an
animal with no heritage.
The final test lies in a choice
. of whether he will seek the
spiritual nourishment and wealth
offered in Jewish education or
whether he unknowingly chooses
to die of starvation.
The youth of every generation
has recognized its treasure. The
The diligent and wise have
passed it on; the weak have
passed it up.
We, the newest generation of
youth recognize in Jewish edu-
cation the key to our prowess
of the futureand what is more,
a mighty spirit, six million strong,
is guiding us.
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Calling Garment Micjrs.,
Laundries. Cleaners, Tailors.
Dressmakers!
BUTTONS???
For All Purposes
PRESSING ROOM SUP-
PLIES. HANGERS. PINS.
NEEDLES. SCISSORS.
SHEARS
Phone 2-5590
FLORIDA SUPPLY CO.
162 W. Flaqler Street
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
Paramount Poultry lo.
237 N. W. Fifth Street "
Specializing In
Live I'oullrv
KOSHER KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT
SHOCHED AVAILABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
MONDAY. TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY UNTIL NOON
Also a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables

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41st STREET FLOWER SHOP
FRESH FLOWERS DAILY
Creators & Decorators Weddings A Specialty
Phone 5-7527
tji
Lawyers Appointed
Herbert U. Keibelman WM
named head of the Florida con-
stitutional convention, and Sam-
uel J. Kanner. head of the mem-
bership and finance committee.
by William (;. Lane, newly elect-
ed president of the Dade County
Bar association, this week.
RABBI DAVID RAAB
Ft. Lauderdale
Extends to All Jewry
Best Wishes for the
Coming Year
RABBI AND MRS.
SAUL B. APPELBAUM
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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.
MURRAY GRAUER
Extend Best Wishes
To the Members of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. Its Sisterhood
and Affiliates and to All
Israel for a Year of
PEACE AND JOY
RABBI AND MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend lo all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
IN LOVING MEMORY
of their dear departed
husband and father
LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN
called to hit eternal rest
October 1. 1938
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
AND SONS
RABBI AND to. ~
M0SESMESC^
DaUqh,er>R,J
Da^lJottrt '
wish all J*.
as *si
0,flce of Beth 2
NEW Yn
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 and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
RABBlANDMfc
COLMAN A.:
AND FAMILY
w'sh for the NJ
Temple Israel and)
Groups and to All jjS
SINCERE WISHES J
A Happy and Prosa
N E W YEi
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 1 RABBI AND MB. 1 ALBERT MlCHAEll| Extend Best Wiita 1 To All of Jewry 1 For a Year ol 1 JOY AND BLESSHcJ ll> 'i'
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RABBI AND MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY AND SONS Extend Best Wishes to CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH And Its Auxiliary and lo Kiel Yisrael for a KSIVA CHISMA TOVAH 1 CANTOR and MIS ABRAHAM FRIEMI extend to all Jewry, a particularly the olfaru members of Beth M Congregation, sincere 1 heartfelt wishes for A Happy and Prospe^ NEW YEAH $

RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL AND FAMILY WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A Happy and Healthy New Year CANTOR and MBS MAURICE MAMCH TAMRA ELAINE. WILLIAM and VAlJ wish for all Jewrj A HAPPY NEW Tfl 1
IT IS OUR WISH FOR
EVERYONE THAT THE
NEW YEAR WILL BE A
A CONTINUANCE OF HEALTH,
HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
MR. and MRS.
George S. Okell


SEPTEMBER 27, 1946
ier Training Class
Second Year
in its ..end year, the
training program of the
ot Jewish Education is
., young men and women
bne qualified instructors
Sunday schools, A. P.
executive director of the
L this week.
|l,e cooperation of affih-
| the bureau this year
r, urse of study which
| Jewish h:tory, the Bible
Joshua to *he Latter
, caching methods, cus-
U'ceremonies and current
urges are advanced
a coll" ge level.
I for the class, ap-
must have been Con-
or have an equivalent
[education. Persons inter-
I the new class may apply
ling the bureau, phone
teacher's (raining group
Bs organized last year is
[ [vanced work every
ey evening at the office of
Jen ii.
Irving Lehrman is cnair-
the bureau's committee
ier training.
^JewisliFhridrfojn
Library Offers
llies To Teachers
rf local religious
are urged to take ad-
gical material
reau of Jewish
the Congress
g. A. P. Gannes, executive
of the BJE, announced
ek.
lies nf the library, which
numen ..- I ooks of gen-
PAGE ELEVEN
ROBERT R NATHAN, forme, deputy director of the OflW of \Tar
Mobilization and Reconversion ...l top economic ruu n n i i
authored the rerrntly published "P.le.linc P, ,, 1 f JJ
IBM a (.roup of New York Jewish 1... r a a ". "'''. "''lr'""
(above, ..id -Palestine ha- ,,,,, JJ JtfjEMRtSlftK
ee. who can be absorbed completely into .he Jew|,h Community', produrtiv*
aSSai W a>ea- af"'r ''"'ir a,l",i"i"" THE UNITED PAI ESTINE
e*?*k..* Participating agency in the UNITED JEWISH APPEAI'.
$100,000,000 campaign, sponsored ,., dinner under th ch.irmaS.
Samuel H.usman. New York in.u,tri.lfci and chairman of ,1,, I I 1'' \
New York Board (seated at Mr. Nathan's left). Mr. Nathan also stressed the
importance of increasing contributions so .thai the absorption and resettle,
went of Jewish refugees in Palestine ran be. developed and expanded.
erai Jewish content, are also I Desertion Bureau Seeks
available to the public, he said. William Freeman
New books mcv be ordered
mcv be
through the bureau.
Recent additions to th? library
include Sholom Aleichem's "The
Old Country," Dr. Joshua Loth
Leibman's "Peace of Mind," Jo
Sinclair's "Wasteland," Gladys
Schmidt's "David the King" and
Robert Nathan's "Palestine
Problem and Promise."
Large Palestine wall maps may-
be purchased at the bureau.
Harry Simonhoff is chairman
of the library project.
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and DELICATESSEN
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
Delicacies to Take Home
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CLOSED WEDNESDAYS
st Wishes for the New Year
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Information is being sought
concerning William Freeman on
behalf of his wife, Lucille, who
has not received any support
from him since Octi ber, 1945, at
which time he was discharged
rom the ai
Due to ill health and unem-
oli yment, Mrs. Freeman now
inds herself in d."Derate need
f his aid.
Freeman was horn in Kew
York in 1903, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall,
weighs 155 pounds, has brown
hair and brown eyes, is partially
bald and at one time was in the
millinery business.
Anyone aware of his location
is requested to communicate with
the National Desertion bureau,
57 West 47 St., New York city.
: DRINK PLENTY OFV-
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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+Je*istiftorkttan
FRIDAY,
CENTER
SELECT CHAIRMEN
Mrs. William Jasie was ap-
pointed chairman of the installa-
tion luncheon committee- of Sis-
terhood of the Miami Beacii Jew-
ish Community Center at a spe-
cial meeting last Thursday. Oth-
ers on the committee are Mrs. N.
H. Hankoff, Mrs. Sam Lipton and
Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg.
Other committee appointments
made by Mis. Joseph Rose, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, are Mrs
Joseph Berman, cochairman of
life membership; Mrs. William
Feurer, representative to the
Jewish Federation; Mrs. Gei rgC
Goldberg, religious school.
Mrs. Samuel Oka, social seen -
tary and chairman of the Sunday
morning breakfasts; Mrs. Ira
Walsey and Mrs. Seymour Rul in,
visiting the sick; Mrs. B. B.
Wolfe, hospitality and publica-
tions; and Mrs. Arthur Klein,
membership chairman.
Final plans for the installation
luncheon will be announced at
the first regular board meeting
to be held Monday. Oct. IT. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman is in charge of
the program f< r tile affair.
Hollywood Center Holds
Rosh Hashona Services
Rabbi Max Kaufman is con-
ducting traditional Rosh Ha
sei vic< at the Jewish. Commun-
ity Center of Hollywood this
week. Cai ic Jacol i
N< w York cl ants the servi i
Cant, r Jac ibson is a graduate
i f the Petersburg Conservatory
of Music of Russia and has served
n manj in Gei many
tl e United States.
Rabbi Kaufn an will .-peak on
"Education in tl i Modern World"
at evening services Friday.
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^JenMhncridliati
PAGE THIRTEEN
iptween You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
r PREDICTIONS:
Lt in the habit of mak-
r But I have
hjctions. eui
Lving so many inquiries
Li I believe will be the
f 0f the conference on
L that I feel I we in-
Uaders an answer. I
L do not think that e.-en
fjcws participating fa
ffercnce a real Jewish
K as desired by the
Kncy. will emerge from
fcv. But I am also not
entirely pessimistic as to the re-
sult of the conference. .
All that can be predicted it
that some kind of solution of
the Palestine problem will be
imposed on both Jews and
Arabs, even though they will,
no doubt, protest against it. .
It is common knowledge among
Zionist leaders that Foreign Sec-
retary Bevin, the "bad boy" of
the British Cabinet, but also its
strongest man, is ambitious to
have on record that he solved the
Palestine problem one way or
another. And all indications
point to the fact that he means
to have it solved very soon. .
American Zionist leaders are of
the opinion that the Jewish Ag-
ency executive has yielded too
much ground in the negotiations
on joining the conference. .
They believe therefore, that even
with Jewish participation, the
London parley may result in "a
little ^ improved" fcderalization
plan "and nothing more" ... Of
course, the U.S. Government may
also influence the situation, even
though it is taking no direct part
in the conference. American
official aid. however, will be
sought by the Zionists only after
Britain agrees to partition. It
will then be a question of getting
the best possible partition terms,
and in this respect the United
States may play a useful role. .

ROSH HASHONAH WISHED *
If anybody "needs" really good
wishes for the new Jewish year,
it is the displaced Jew in Europe.
. The number of the Jewish
DP's in the camps is constantly
growing and is expected to reach
about 200,000 within another two
months. This means that even
if 100,000 are admitted to Pales-
tine, as requested by President
Truman, there will still be 100,-
000 left in the camps. And
from hints dropped in official
quarters, as well as information
available in Jewish circles doing
relief work abroad, the indica-
tions are thatunder the best of
circumstancesit will take at
least three years to clear the Jew-
ish refugees from the camps. .
This is a dismal perspective for
those who suffered most under
the Nazis. .
The worst part of the picture
is the fact that during the com-
ing year the displaced persons
will pass from UNRRA super-
vision to that of the Interna-
tional Relief Organization now
planned by the United Nations.
. Which means no improve-
ment at all for those who will
have to remain in the camps.
. Already certain governments
have indicated that while they
contributed funds to finance
the activities of UNRRA, they
don't intend to do so for the
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To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
u Mrs. Charles Adelman.
Lughter, Harriet, and
(Son. Henry Ted
|U1 Their Relatives and
Friends
I HAPPY NEW YEAR
j^dMrs. R. R- Adler
|All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
[DarioT Adlerblum and
. Family
I All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Sam Alexander
and Sondra
All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
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. William Clein
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beck
and Daughters
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
lorrif and Anne Alpert
and Family
| All Their Relatives and
Friends
, HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Henry C. Apple
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
; HAPPY NEW YEAR
I and Mrs. Jack Apt* and
Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
. HAPPY NEW YEAR
i and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
. HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Samuel AronoTitx
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
. HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. William H.
Bernstein and Family
4565 N. Bay Road
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen
2220 S. W. 19th Terrace
Wish AH 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. 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. 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. William N. Berson
and Family
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. Abe Eisenberg
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hisenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Happy)
Freilich
Wish AH 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. Leon Elkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer
and son, Phillip
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman
and Family
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frumkes
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
nd Mrs. Samuel Aronstein
ind Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
|A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
|A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block
and Family
2164 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
R and Mrs. Joseph Babad
and Family
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 Bodenslein
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
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg.
Geralyn and Jan Harvey
Wi.-h 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. Samuel A. Fulerfas
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Feldman
and son, Mark
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Milton Feldman
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Morris L. Cowen and
Family
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MTT^TMTTArthur D. DeGutz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MTTridl^sTGe^gTATDiamond
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWJYEAR
and Mrs. Morris Bain
fi Al! Their Relatives and
1 Friends
[A HAPPY NEW YEAR
d Mrs. Raymond Bain
. and Family
r All Their Relatives and
I a Fr>ends
[AHAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E.
Bronston and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR___
Nt.lBdMA David Brooks
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWJYEAR
|w,.Mu*> Balaban
ITS'*S Her Fri.nda
A HAPPY NW YEAR
Mr. nd M". Ljwto Brown
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW_YEAR
~M7^dTMr.. Henry Sulbin
,nd Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends .,_._
A HAPPY NIW YEAR
~M71nd~Mrs. Samuel Dickson
and Family
Wi Friends
A HAPPY_NEW YEAR____
Mr. and M.* M. Drewich
W* All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Drucker
and Family
Wte All Their Relatives and
w,sn Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
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. J. C. Fishman
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
Mrs. Yelta Geier and Daughters
Wish Al! 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. B. Fleeman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliegler
and daughter
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. Louis Gillman
and Sons
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. M. Giller
and Child
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. Norma Giller
Wish Al' 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
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(Continued from Page 13)
'International Belief Organiza-
tion. .
And the UN Economic Council,
now meeting in New York, is
having great difficulty in settling
the question of how the budget of
the International Relief Organiz-
ation is to be met. Even gov-
ernments which did not bluntly
announce that they would not
contribute to the new organiza-
tion are urging that the budget
should be covered to a large ex-
tent from German reparations. .
Therefore: While many of the
displaced Jews seem to be con-
demned to spend three or more
years in the DP carsps, the pros-
pect for improved conditions in
the camps is rather a very
gloomy one. They are losing
UNRRA, but what the future
'holds for them under the new
organization is something wi.i.h
gives ground for pessimistic feel-
ings rather than for optimistic
! hopes for the New Year. .

JEWISH ART:
Jewish art is as old as the Jew-
ish people. We find it is in the
days of Moses, when the Jews
were still wandering in the des-
ert. Bczalel. the first Jewish
artist, chosen by Moses to build
the Tabernacle, is described in
the Bible as a man of "skill,
knowledge and ability in every
craft," able not only to "create
artistic works," but also to in-
struct others. "Both to him and
Ohollab the Lord had given skill
to do all kinds l f artistic works-
thai of the engraver, the artisan,
the worker in materials and the
creator of beautiful things,
Moses told the wandering Is-
realities ,
Since then much has been cre-
ated In Jewish art through the
W< up to the modern times of
Marc Chagall, Max Weber and
,.,. i.,te Samuel Hirszenberg,
whose Classic painting. "Wander-
ers" acquired by the Berlin Jew-
ish Museum in pre-Nazi times,
could well have served as a con-
temporary picture of Jewish de-
p nat.ons during the Nazi period
But while Jewish art has a
iong history, it had never been
written. .
The gap has now been ably
filled by the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations in pub-
lishing Fi tnz Landsbcrger's "A
History af Jewish Art" ... Dr.
Landsbergv r. whor. I met 1.. Ber-
lin when he was director of the
I Jewish Museum before he came
to the United States, is certainly
: best qualified to have written
! such a volume. He spent many
I years in research in the field of
Jewish art and is also an expert
, in art in general. .
The author answers the ques-
i tion of whether there is such a
thing as Jewish art with a fine
; analysis of the problem, followed
i by facts concerning the develop-
ment of Jewish art from the days
[ of the Bible until present times.
1. Of great interest are his chap-
j ters on Jewish art in the syna-
I gogue and at home, throwing
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nobiliXed a
'ooL and cloth-
ing drive under
the general
chairmanship 0f
Mrs. Monte Se-
1'9- Town
chairman was
Mrs. Ben Essen
and the Beach
teader was Mrs.
Jack J. Falk.
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light on Jewish traditioM.
ofwha-havenolo.-.ge/ '
by our young generat^rS
v"'um- richly illustratet T
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glosser
Sadigo Court Apts.
33420th Street, Miami Beach
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 Then- Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman
and Family
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. Max Goldstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY JnEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin and
daughters 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. Paul L. Greene
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR____
Henry and Ethel Greenbaum
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YF.AK
Mr. and Mrs. John Gross
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel H. Grundwerg and
sons Moses J. and Saul
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Abraham Halperin
Wishes All his Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert
Family, and son, Stanton
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K L
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Liebrvman
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow 551 N. E. 69th Street Wish A'l Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton and Family
Mr. and Mrs Samuel M. Kintein and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William H. Koblenx Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby and Family Wish their relatives and friends
Mr. Harry Koretsky and Son Walden, N.Y. Wish All Their Relatives and friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR a Happy and Prosperous New Year brightened by the safe return of their loved ones.
M
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Reverend tc Mrs. Joseph Malek and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Vint*
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, J
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. yn|
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives all
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
N
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and
son, Jimmy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
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. Charles Greenfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. L. J. Hartz
Wishes All her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman
and Family
W h All Then Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ben F. and Ruth K. Herts
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
_ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes~
and son Seymour
Wish All Thei, 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. Jack M. Kurshan
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. Louis Margulies
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alyce Mayne
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison
and Family
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
_____A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas
and sons
Wish Al! 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
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fi :ends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk
and Family
Wish All Their Relative! and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie
and Sons
3114 Prairie Avenue
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Levine
and Family
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Mechlow
Wishes His 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
Rabbi Albert and Julia Michels
of Hillel Foundation
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nevy
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives all
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAS
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A.
Neuwirth and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives ail
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olipbaat |
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives ui|
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR"
Mrs. Ida Optner
Wishes All Her Relatives aid|
Friends
A HAPPY NEW TEN
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Orlamk, j
Wish All Their Relatives ani|
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Pala, "M
Daughters. Marcia and MJ
Wish All Their Relatives a* J
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard PaW
and Daughter
Wish Al! Their Relatives*
Friends
A HAPPY NEW JEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
1426 S. W. 1st Street
Mr. and Mrs. Moses PaM
and Family
Wish All Their Relative* *
Friends
A HAPPY NEWJEA^
~ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peari
and Family ,.
Wish All Their Retatam *
Friends
A HAPPY NEWJ^L
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
:'
Mrs. Sophie Miller and Family
1919 S. W. 17th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"M7. and Mrs. l,W
and Family ,
Wish All Their *** *
Friends .
8nd Family
WishAlltirRelah-a.
Friends -
Wish Al! Ti'"J*"
Friend.- _,


I cfpteMBER 27, 1946
^JewUlhfhrSdlar,
"sholem Lodge Shorts
NEWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI B'RITH f
By CHARLES R. JACOBSON
trustees and mem- tleman-farming.
bfltalMn 'odee- B'nai Florida soi1, eh'
like
r Sholem
,cnd to all their friends
5* deliberations
fcurc the benevolence of its
kUp oviMons to all mankind
[another Rosh Hashona has
|weu-tanned Ben B'rith is
Treasurer
Abe Kronen.
fccently returned from Hen-
villc, N.C.,
in some
where he en-
B experimental gen-
Nothing
Abe?
Received in the mail-bag: card
from Ml. ana Mrs. Alex S. Cohen
up in coo-o-ol Canada. The C's
are due back Oct. 1st.
Sam Silver has a magic touch
and it works on the telephone,
too! It was a real treat to hear
"southern Sam" take some of our
delinquent brothers to taskand,
better still, it was gratifying to
see their dues arrive in the next
mail! Nice going, S.S!
In keeping with the purposes of
the committee on public affairs
to inform Sholem lodge (and the
community) on matters of cur-
rent interest, John Kroncnfeld,
chairman, announces that Con-
gressman-eVct George A. Smath-
ers will address the lodge 0.1 Oct.
8th 8:15 p.m. at the Women's
dub. Subject will be: "Legisla-
tion for Democracy." Ben B'riths
and their guests will get an un-
usual preview of the liberal legis-
ator's programs. Don't miss this
one.
Someone suggested that the
committee on public affairs
shorten their dignified title to
"COPA" to conserve space in
this column and in future news
ses. So be it: Here's to COPA
and, lest we forget the men
responsible for the splendid
I Palestine debate-meeting a few
I weeks agohere they are, for a
I curtain-call: Chairman, John
Kronenfeld! Gilbert J. Balkin,
Sidney Aronovitz, Abe Aronovitz,
C. R. Jacobson, Robert Levin,
Wallace Maer, Ray Nathan, Syd-
ney Hollander, Daniel Satin, El-
ry Stone, Fred K. Shochet, Je-
rome Weinkle.
Bill Pallet has sparked the Fri-
day lui'.cheon programs with a
splendid group of speakers: Oct.
4th, Jack Kofoed; Oct. 11th,
Charles Leyden, real estate editor
of the Miami News; Oct. 18th,
Judge Ross Williams.
The women of Sholem lodge
are to be complimented on their
highly successful luncheon-party
at Victor's Drum. President Dena
Goldman and the program com-
mittee outlined their work for the
year, which includes a compre-
hensive vets' hospital service pro-
gram. Orchids to those ladies
(they preferred to remain anony-
mous) who bake those delicious
birthday cakes for our disabled
boys at the Pratt General hospi-
tal.
All members of Sholem lodge
are notified to read, carefully, the
October issue of the Lodge News
Bulletin. Names of delinquents to
be removed from our rolls, wil
be listed (Is your name there?)
George J. Talianoff's splendid
editorial in the Miami Beach Sun
Tropics became the subject of a
District No. 5 memorandum re-
cently. Text of the article recom-
mended George's concept of good
public relations, urged other
lodges to "look and learn." B'nai
B'rith is rightfully proud of their
Florida director of the Anti-De-
famation league.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Yea
r
//
' The Pont Family
I Ail Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPFY NEW YEAR
f and Mrs. Henry Rabin
and Family
t All Their Relative! and
Friends
HAl'l'V NEW YEAR
L ard Mrs. J. S. Rabin
and Daughter, Roslyn
, All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Pearl Raidman
les AJ1 Her Relatives and
Friends
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
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seillin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Max Rappaporl
All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Morris Rappaport
1 All Tlu ir Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ir. and Mrs. Sam Ravitx
and Daughter
fi All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
, and Mrs. Harry Rayyii
and Family
(: AH Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ir. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard
and Family
|h All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mm. Ethel Rothlein 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
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
2420 Flamingo Drive
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
Mrs. Jean D. Seitlin and Daugh-
ter, Shirley, and Son, Emanuel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
1672 Jefferson Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel ShapoH
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Sherman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and sons Dickie and Josh
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. S. J. Spector
and Family
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.
Weintraub and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
39 West Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weiss
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weiizman
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
, and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
and Family
Ih Ail Tr.eir Relatives and
J Friends
|A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Salmon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
f, and Mrs. J. A. Richler
and Family
H All Their Relatives and
J Friends
[A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Philip Romer
and Family
ft. All Their Relatives and
Friends
IA HAPPY NEW YEAR
ft and Mrs. Harry Rose
and Family
sh All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Pfc and Mrs. Joseph Rote
and Family
s" All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg
and Daughter Miriam
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YF,AR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
and Family
21 Ocean Drive
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone
2128 S. W. 3rd Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Strome
and sons Richard 8c Leslie
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. Ben Silver
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr! and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
and Family
Wisli 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. Sol Schimmel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
* and Mrs. Harry Rosen
, and Family
' All Their Relatives and
L Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg
and Family
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWJYEAR____
Mr. and Mr7~Harry Schwart*
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and Patricia and Fredrick
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. Joseph H. Syman
and Family
Wish All Their 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. Nat L. Williams
and Family
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
Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
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. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wucher
and son, Raymond
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. L. Schwarts
1040 Sixth Street
Wishes All His Friends and
Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A. HAPPY NEW YEAB
------MFTanTMrT. D. Singer
1726 S. W. 10th Street
Wish Al! 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
Mr7 and Mrs. W. D. (Bill) Singer
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. Joe Zalis
and Family
Wish Al! 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. Louis Zeientx
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
The Zissen Family
Wish Al! Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernick
and Son, Michael
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SOMBER,
West Palm Beach Greets You ,
TO ALL WE WISH A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
NOAH SCHOCOFF
LIUIAN and JACKIE
MR. and MRS.
MORRIS SHEIR
AND SON
Extend Greetings and Bi->t
Wisl cs to All Their Friends
For the New Year
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH SCHUPLER
and FAMILY
Wish for All Their Friends
A Healthy and Fruitful
NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Jewish Friends
DAN KUMARJCH
FLORIDA WINES AND
LIQUOR STORE
205'^ ClemaJis
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
Compliment* of
MORRIS MOSS
and Family
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
MRS. S. GALLICK
AND FAMILY
MRS. E. WACKSMAN
WISHES ALL HER FRIENDS
AND ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
J. H. LESSER
ana Son. Sheppard
Wish All Their Friends A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. AL MOSS
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year lo Our Many
Good Friends
MR. and MRS. DAVE KATZ
AND DAUGHTERS
Extend Heartiest Good
Wishes for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS.
CARL N. HERMAN
EXTEND NEW YEAR'S
GREETINGS TO WEST
PALM BEACH JEWRY AND
ESPECIALLY TO TEMPLE
BETH ISRAEL
A. JAMES
Formerly of James Linen
Shop. Sends Hearty New
Year Greetings to His
Friends and All Jewry
MR. and MRS. JOE SPITZER
AND SON
EXTEND NEW YEAR'S
GREETINGS TO THEIR
FRIENDS AND ALL JEWRY
MR. and MRS.
MARTIN DUBBIN
AND FAMILY
Exti i d Best Wishes for the
New Year to All Their
Friends
MR. and MRS.
FRANK BAYER
Extend Best Wishes
Tc All For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many Friends and
Patrons a Most Happy
New Year
MR. and MRS.
MAX GREENBERG
Son, George, and Daughter,
Yetla
RABEI and MRS.
MANUEL GREENSTEIN
AND FAMILY
ill
X
Extend Heartiest New Year
Greetinqs to Temple Beti El
and All Israel
ill
Best Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many Jewish
Friend:: and Patrons
Southern Dairies
MILK and ICE CREAM
As Near to You As
Youi Phone
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
duct. >nd Ice Cream
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
MB CIIAU
MRS. ANNA DAVIDSON
JACK and FAMILY
DOC. HARRIS and FAMILY
Wish AM Their Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. TOM SMITH
ETHEL and SAMON
Extend Hearty New Year
Greetings lo All Their
Former Customers
MRS. SALZMAN
AND BARASH FAMILY
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
I. ROTHMAN
AND FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. JOE GOLD
and Daughter, Marion
of P.ilm Beach and Belle Qlade
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREET-
INGS FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL JEWRY
MR. and MRS. SCHWARK
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Friends and All
Jewry
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L'SHONOH TOVOH
TEKUSEVEH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. LEVIN
AND SON, IRA
MLZELL-SIMON
MORTUARY
To All Our Jewish Friends:
A New Year Replete with
Happiness and the Fulfill-
ment ol Your Dearest
Wishes
tt
N. W. MIZELL
C. K. SIMON
LAWRENCE S. FAVILLE
It Is Our Wish That The
Now Year Be One Qf
HEALTH
HAPPINESS
and
PROSPERITY
LFA
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MR. and MRS.
O. P. GRUNER
AND FAMILY
Extend New Year's Greet-
ings to All Jewry and
Friends
MR. and MRS.
HARRY METZ
and Son, Pfc. STANLEY
(in Yokohama)
MR. and MRS.
MAURICE CRYSTAL
y
Wish All Their Friends A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*
MR. and MRS.
JACOB GLASSER
Extend Greetings
To Their Friends and
All Jewry and Wish
Them a Happy and
Fruitiul Year
*
ndlunil, L
HELRnAL^l
"ELD ||^|
Fnend, J^
I1
MR. and MBa
SH> PEPPER.
AND DAUGHIQ||
Wish Their Friufc,
AH Jewry
A HAPPY ADD
PROSPEROUS NEW!
MR. andMK,
HARRY A. LB I
AND FAMILY
Extend Hearty Gn
To Their Friends all
All Jewry For A |
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW!
LAINHART & POTTH
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUTLDEBS,|
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fk
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
AND SON JOE
Wish for All Their Relatives and Hundred* ol FriM*|
WEST PALM BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
OUR SINCEREST'
FORANEWYHM
REPLETE WITH HEA|
AND HAPPINESS
*
SIDNEY H.
Owner and Operator
"Memorials of Distinction"
WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OFl^
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVER*
All Style, of Hebrew Utterin,
You Need No Longer Wait 8 to 10
Your Monument
Showroom: 3279 S. W. 8th Street
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126 S. W. 16th Avenue
/ithes the R.ibbi and Congre-
latrcn of the Miami Jewiah
Orthodox Congregation a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
|A HAPP? NEW YEAR
BEN NIREN
of
EXTERMINATING CO.
FLORIDA STATE
I Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-0219
lr. & Mrs. George Rachlin
and daughters
IIRLEY ANN A BARBARA SUE
and the
National Cleaners
PHONE 4-4661
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS
and
ACQUAINTANCES
y>
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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|AcK CARLTON
Dance Studios
^SAILLES HOTEL
W5 Collins Avenue
AUGUST BROS HyJ.
V Is the BtST.' T.
MR. and MRS.
M. LUNDY
and
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washington Ave.
EXTEND NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO THEIR
FRIENDS and RELATIVES
^JmbMhrtdfiair!
SIXTEEN (A)
Rapidly spreading in the DP
camps in Europe, in Palestine,
and in many communities in
the United States is the Jewish
Martyrs' Hymn, ANI MA'-
AMIN. The Hymn has as its
text a paraphrase of Article
XII of Maimonides' Thirteen
Principles of Faith. The melody
was first brought to Palestine
by Yossel Ostrovtzer, a sur-
vivor of the Warsaw ghetto.
The musical score (repro-
duced at the left) and the story
of the mystic melody's origin,
revealing the psychic conditions
of the survivors and pointing
up the healing quality of their
hope for a Return to Zion, were
presented to American Jewry
in a recent issue of LAND AND
LIFE, a national magazine pub-
lished by the Jewish National
Fund under the editorship of
William Z. Spiegelman.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Now In Our New Location
P&tdmamfotos Swfo foe.
1019-21 FIFTH ST.,. MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA
American Jewish Congress
Miami Beach Women's Division
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DENIS P. QUITTNER
D. D. S.
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
$
WISHES ALL HIS PATIENTS
AND FRIENDS
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best Wishes
For A Very
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
il
HYLAN KOUT
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Nathan Straus-DuParquet, Inc
EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
1100 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-0861
Baron de Hirschl.Meyer
EXTENDS TO HIS MANY
FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SUBLEY'S RESTAURANT
700 West Flagler Street
THE BEST FOR LESS
FAMOUS FOR ITS STEAKS, SEAFOODS AND CHOPS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALLL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
15400 N. E. 6th Avenue North Miami Phone 7-6242
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ICE CIGARETTE SERVICE, INC.
9709 N. E. 2nd Ave.
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES
A Service Institution
Phone 7-4622
600 N. W. 10th Street
EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Telephone 3-6332
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CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
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ALL ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FEDERATION BDDGETERS DECIDE
WHERE LOCAL WELFARE MONEY GOES
One of the biggest jobs behind the scenes of the coordinated
Federation-hospital campaign is the task of deciding which
causes shall get how much of Greater Miami Jewry s welfare
funds.
That's the responsibility of the Federation budget committee
which is this year under the chairmanship of Herbert Scher.
By December, the committee hopes to have its work ready
for the approval oi Federation's board of directors.
Typical of the many applies
tions which the committee will
study at its weekly meetings
is that of the American Associ-
ation for Jewish Education.
With a national budget of $150.-
000 for 1947. the association is
seeking $1,000 from Federation.
Last year it received $250 from
the local area.
In its application, the associa-
tion submitted a description of its
total estimated expenditures for
the year 1946 with a breakdown
of budgetary items, including the
actual expenditures from Jan. 1
to June 30. 1946, and the esti-
mate for the remainder of the
year. Total expenditures are
estimated at $74,310.54.
The budget committee also re-
quests information concerning
next year's operating expenses
and current assets and liabilities.
Increase in the 1947 budget is
necessitated by the association's
plan to improve its educational
consultation service in various
communities, to intensify the ac-
tivities of its departments of per-
sonnel, research and education,
Mark Eisner, president of the na-
tional service agency for Jewish
educati' n, wrote Federation.
With the application came a
brief statement of the history and
objectives of the agency, its func-
tions and the special problems
anticipated for 1947.
Working with bureaus of
Jewish education throughout
the country, the association is
helping local communities to
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of
Criminal Court
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YORK
MEAT MARKET
519 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-1197
y
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
RE-MARK
CHEMICAL CO.. Inc.
2956 N. W. N. River Drive
Manufacturers of
GUARANTEED
BUG-GO PRODUCTS
Bug-Go Spray, Fly-Go Spray
Bug-Go Powder Bug-Go Plant
and Garden Spray
At All Leading Grocery, Drug
and Hardware Stores
DAVID MARKS
organize and improve their re-
ligious education structures.
Research, experimentation and
publication of pedagogical ma-
terial, as well as training and se-
lecting personnel for education-
al institutions are among the fea-
tures of its activities. It is the
assoi iation wl ich sponsors the
annual observance of Jewish Ed-
ucation Month.
A representative of the associ-
ation will appear before the bud-
get committee when a hearing
on its epplication.
Similar budgetary procedure is
fi llowed by other organizations
seeking local funds.
MRS. LEON GARDNER
And Son, Lloyd,
T
Extend Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
T
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George Chertkof. then presi-
dent of the Miami Y, served
a* chairman of the Y's build-
ing fund drive for $200,000 in
December. With new property
purchased, cleared and ready
for construction at S. W. 15th
ave. and Sixth si., the Y will
conclude its drive in November
under the chairmanship of Leo
Ackerman.
"-'** nor,: ,;sj
new VE;^
LEO ACKERMAN
Best Wishes for A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
H. R. MECHLOWITZ
MARTIN and PHYLLIS
v
RABBI and MRS.
AVIGDOR GOLDEN
and FAMILY
Extend Their Best Wishes
for a
HIPPY. HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to the Jewish Community
of Miami and Miami Beach
in particular, and to the
House of Israel generally.
MR. and MRS.
ELI HURWITZ
AND FAMILY
* .
EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR THE
NEW YEAR TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BEACH GLASS & MIRROR CO.
2600 N. W. 36lh Street Phone 3-7041
EVERY TYPE OF GLASS AND GLASS SERVICE
MR. and MRS.
LOUIS BLOCK
and Family
Wish All Their Friends In
Greater Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A MOST
HAPPY NEW Ym
!
MHS. BR1GHAM
252 N. W. 2ndSirn|
Phone 2-8827
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
WELCOME 5707
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART
PICKIN' CHICKEN RESTAURANT
107 22nd Street
Miami Beach Phone SJ-1J
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ROTH-WARREN PHARMACISTS
The Original Prescription Pharmacists
531 Lincoln Road Miami Ml
Phone 5-0074
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
CASTLE DECORATORS
Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies
LEONARD MORIBER
475-477 S. W. 8th Street
PHILIP I. M0RIBEB
Phone MB
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
y*
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL
1940 Park Avenue
Miami Beach
BEST WISHES TO ALL
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DADE KOSHER
Meat and Poultry Market
159 N. W. Filth Street
I. SHERZER, Prop.
Phone 3-1430
MY SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
Alfred Gottesman
PONCE DE LEON HOTEL
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MEMBERS
AND TO ALL MEMBERS
FLORIDA STATE FEDERM
irwi B'RITIII UW
STATE LODGES
MIAMI BE*CH
DAYTON A BEACH GAINESVILLE wm
FT. LAUDERDALE t AKELAND MI ,
ORLANDO iSZL BEACHSAHASOTA
ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH
JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE 1AJ


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SIXTEEN (O

-animation (Miami Beach
3 takes exception
t S of DI- EVereit f
flblishcd in today's
J Herald, and we hasten
T lhe situation so that
fcitizens of Greater Mi-
L. and Gentile, can be-
lizant of the issues in-
fnd of the true state of
,"t exists today in Pales-
j in the upper councils of
It powers.
lerald reports that Dr.
Les the "Arabs, strongly
t purpose, are the real
[and while the United
Ld Britain deal with the
Id the Palestine problem,
Is strengthening her ties
|e Arabs." Such a state-
TDr Smith's part, in view
ad that he has just re-
rcm a tour of Europe and
die East, indicates a defi-
[k of objective considera-
J study of the true facts
tg the Arab case.
[Arabs are not at all
ly united" on the Pales-
fcstion or on anything else,
[their faith in Islam. If
kr.gly united" we mean the
|ague or the adherents of
lo-Nazi ex-Grand Mufti,
|e must draw a line be-
Ithe down-trodden and il-
Arabs known as the
Ln," and the Arab princes
Mentates and rulers who
Bed to London to attend
Called "conference" now
Waged by Mr. Attlee and
pvin. and which is being
led by both Palestinian
Ind Arabs.
lit is very true, that the
lower" of the Arabs exists
ability to get the great
i to "appease" them with
Lifts, bribe?, etc., in return
Toil lands which lie within
|dal domains of Arab chief-
urther take issue with Dr.
|s reference to the Arabs
i "silently watching refu-
how pouring into Palestine
I have no national pride or
Bcite violence and revolu-
nd destroy public property."
juntrue and unstudied re-
Icanr.ot go unchallenged by
leans. This same line of
pt was flung at the Irish
for independence, and
aptly have been applied to
can colonists when they
I out against British tyrrany
in the Revolutionary war.
The great ideal and purpose
of the Jewish liberation move-
ment in Palestine is for the pur-
pose of establishing a homeland
wherein once and for all time
the historically persecuted, scat-
tered and oppressed people of
Israel can have "national pride"
and in which they will have
"ties." History has taught the
lesson that a wandering people,
looked upon as strangers and in-
termeddlers, such as the Jews ap-
pear to be in all countries of the
world, cannot have national pride
and respect and ties until they
have a piece of land on this earth
which they can call home, and'
where their traditions, customs
and heritage can be based.
Insofar as "violence and revo-
lution and destruction of public
property" is concerned, again we
can only point to the fact that
broken promises, pledges, mur-
derous attacks by British and
Arabs upon Jewish settlements
and achievements, martial law
that has never been lifted, mili-
tary bases and establishments,
crucifixion of the Jewish people
upon an Arab-British "cross of
oil"all these notwithstanding,
it is only the more remarkable
that the violence and acts which
have occurred have not been of
a more extreme nature. It is to
the credit of the disciplined and
self-restrained Jewish people of
Palestine, the overwhelming ma-
jority of whom do not condone
terroristic acts, that they have
remained so. For the true per-
petrators and criminals we need
go no farther than Perfidious Al-
bion, address 10 Downing Street,
who are very well carrying out
their immemorial practice of
"divide and conquer."
We agree with Dr. Smith when
he states that "the British have
not got this land (Palestine) to
give awayto the Jews or any-
body else." This statement, how-
ever, seems to contradict his
earlier statement that "it was the
Arabs who forced the British to
sign a pact limiting Jewish im-
migration into Palestine to about
25,000 annually." If the British
have not got the land to give
away, by what right have they
the power to limit Jewish im-
migration? Are they not the
trespassers, the "illegal" posses-
sors by military rule and violence,
of the land? Of what legal effect
is a piece of paper called a
"mandate" given to them by a
League of Nations that no longer
exists, and which was helped to
its demise through the same type
of British double-talk, double-
cross and appeasement?
The whole tenor of Dr. Smith's
remarks indicate that this coun-
try should appease the Arabs
because they have the oil, the
population of uncounted millions,
"have lived on the land for cen-
turies," and above all, because
Russia is engaged in an all-out
effort to win Arab sympathy" in
order to obtain access to the
Suez Canal and the Dardanelles.
This line of reasoning recalls
very aptly the policy of Mr.
Neville Chamberlain and his ar- j
(Continued on page 16D)
BEST
WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
$
A. M. REDER
MIAMI BEACH
I
MR. and MRS.
ANDRE BIALOLENKI
AND FAMILY
of the
WHITEFIELD SCHOOL
1550 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO FRIENDS AND RELA-
TIVES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WE EXTEND SINCERE BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
DR. and MRS. ALVIN F. GARDNER

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Greetines of the New Year
C. L. BAND
Manufacturers' Representative
Hotel Stationery
Colored Picture-Postcards
Book Matches Specialties
1780 S. W. 14th Street
Phone 2-7709
Miami 35, Florida
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
DR. G. I. GERSON
OPTOMETRIST
Office At Burdine's
CHIROPODIST
DR. M. A. SHANNON
Foot Specialist of Miami Beach
Is Now Located At
1424 N. W. 7th Avenue
Hours: 10 to 4:30
Evenings by Appointment
Telephone 3-4016
MR. and MRS.
| WILLIAM SHAYNE
AND FAMILY
DIXIE
USIC CO.
pOl N. Miami Avenue
9!
ktend Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
5T
WISHES
FOR
THE
NEW
YEAR
ui
DR. H. W.
.PRACHT
^AMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ii!
GENE RUSSELL
Creations Murals
Art Decorations
NIGHT CLUBS
and
RESTAURANTS
A Specialty
1335 N. Bayshore Drive
Phone 3-8689
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
JOHN E. PORTE
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS
FRANK A. MARTIN
REALTOR
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
7130 Abbott Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1495
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BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE ORIGINAL
'S
Seafood Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
829 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
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MAX R. SILVER
Extends Best Wishes to All
For a Felicitous and
Joyous New Year
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
To Our Patrons and Friends
METROPOLt HOTEL
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SKY CLUB, Inc.
3604 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 48-2021
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635 Collins Avenue
5-2911
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
*
ELY LEVIN GEORGE COHEN SOL LEVTN
Ely Levin Wholesale Distributors
Sundries, Candies, Paper Products, Tobaccos, Notions
and Wholesale Groceries
Now Located in Our New Home with Larger Quarters
TO SERVE YOU BETTER AT
2085 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 4-3685
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+JewlstifhrkJk*n
*w ~-TA\A __ February assembly of lh Coun-
III 0#Ut It Cii of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds in Detroit, My-
ers was elected president of
the national CJFWF after serv-
ing as Southeastern regional
president.
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, was
named chairman of the 1946
Dade County Community Chest
campaign in October. At the
ill
MR. and MRS.
DAVID STUZIN
AND FAMILY
WISH
ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A
VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROY RANSON
NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN
CABANAS PRIVATE BEACH
7135 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 6-9273
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Triangle Fruit
Company
"JIM. TONY and LOU"
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DAVE PECHTER
A. GREENFIELD
1349 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-7117
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
[.I.
&
Ingraham Building
Telephone 3-7753
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mayfair Shop
Women's Apparel
1133 Washington Ave. 58-1212
Bab's
Women's Apparel
2005 Collins Ave-----Vanderbilt Hotel
nUDAY.S]
(Continued from page IMS
guments for the appeasement of
the arch-murderers of Hitlerism.
They, too, had the "real power,"
lived on the land for centuries,"
and all the other familiar trim-
mings which apparently seemed
to make appeasement the only
solution.
In closing, it can only be stated
that the embattled Jewish com-
munity in Palestine, supported by
Jews the world over and aided
by soul-searching and justice-
seeking Christian friends, will
not give up this struggle for free-
dom and world-respect. If they
go down, if appeasement again
becomes the order of the day, if
rule by force and violence and
terror and treachery persists, if
the "cross of oil" is deemed of
more import than the "brother-
hood of man" philosophy as ex-
ppounded by a Palestinian Jew
who lived on the land more than
"a few centuries" ago, then in-
deed this world and this "civiliza-
tion" is headed for the chaos and
destruction which the great pow-
ers alone shall be responsible for.
Sincerely,
CHARLES M. FREEFIELD.
DR. and MRS.
MAX TENDRICH
and daughter
HELENE
747 West Avenue
EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
GEORGE GRAHAM
and Daughter
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
E HOTEL
1756 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
y
HELENE HOTEL
1030 15th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Children's Effort* Aid
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Bounding out ihelr tummer activities, bo ,n(j *Lrfftfl
Com-Co I" A. Bronx. New York, nrmnied JZStHM
o.ng to the Joint Distribution Committee't SOS (SuMUuf
from the Bronx Zoo, children from five to sixteen ntSa
made by themselves. High ipot of the sfirm.K.n >,, HZml
presenied by and for the children, Proceeds bought lST
baby food for Jewish survivors overseas. The J.D.C rtceimk
Jrem the United Jewish Appeal.
SARAH SHOCHET
SINCERE WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
M. A. LIPKIND
Extend Greetings to All
Jewry for a Year of Health.
Happiness and Joy and Fe-
licitations to the Officers.
Directors and Members of
the Miami Beach Zionist
District.
MUcmdMBSj
LOUIS JACOB
AND FAME!
Manufacturing
130 N. E. 2nd An
EXTEND BEST W
FOR THE NEW
TO ALLTH11
RELATIVES and I
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH |
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
MR. and MRS. A. FINLEY BINDER
and Son. I. LOUIS
OUR SINCERE
WEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

MR. and MRS.
LOUIS E. PECKERMAN
and Daughter
A Happy New Year to AH
GREEMLEAF 4 C
Jewelers
1000 Lincoln Road
THE BREAKERS
ROCKtfOmH
IHt BntA"nfl A ,, Fifth Avenue.
Palm Beach 247 Worth Ave. 620 turn


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munity Planning Vital
Jewish Agencies Now
,?y,r jewtah Federation, and Welfare Fund. lvites directed to
" l946 Jewish Teletraphlo Agency) need of special groups require
'STL*** services which Jews need to provide for j :"'" ":^" <>'/ they are to
6ow .h< '^ whole communi,y *Wfl* government '
hed many essential social services and is capable
Wna many other services needed by all of us?
lonqei debatable that the trend toward public wel-
becamo most marked during the depression means
Uons for voluntary agencies in many fields. Eco-
istance to .ndividuals and families and job placement
ve become governmental functions to a considerable standards and to
EliLrlv extension of governmental functions may ,s l' well-bei
a part of the general community.
Social service planning must
therefore involve considerations
of governmental functions, non-
sectarian initiative and Jewish
group interests.
There is a very narrow line of
division between social services
Ularly, extension
fcntary social work in
0f institutional care,
d health services and
I facilities.
these be developed,
r current services un-
rv auspici may have
y i,i, Kpi ctancy. It
to be noted that after
jtal hi'" are dc" j which can be organized on a com-
P*' L' _..? ^-a I munity-wide non-sectarian basis
and those which can operate as
governmental functions. It is
only a short step between ser-
vice generally acceptable to com-
munity under voluntary auspices
and a service ready for adoption
as a public welfare program.
Our major social service task,
therefore, is the responsibility
placed upon us to aid in the or-
ganization of Jewish communities
for participation in any and all
activities which are of signifi-
lcci f0| planning and
Ition undi voluntary
L me part of the
related to the public
Jsome ol the programs
Mot th I depend-
In, hospil 'Is, homes for
Etc.. may I P^rt of the
ftal systi m so far as
rned but may
jcontinui opi ration to
table extenl to the re-
ly tary groups,
feeds of Jews
If we lo k at oui social service
tasks in this way, we must rec-
ognize thai e n list advance our
With the favorable eco-
nomii basis which we now en-
oui sights to-
ward progres live i nprovement of
contribu-
ng. With
the use of our initiative and
imagination, w< can consider
among other possibilities consid-
erabli i iti i ion in hospital and
health care, in medical research
and in teaching, in the needs for
I lati ic s< i ii es and servici s
to th< i -ionic all) ill, case work
and counselling and in new cul-
Wc need to distinguish, how-
which si rvici s and which
programs require the organiza-
tion of the community and which
require the organization of phi-
larfl ropy A gnat deal of con-
fusion results in my opinion from
assuming that these two forms of
organization are identical or near-
ly so. Thai is a mistaken notion.
Any part of our own work
which can become non-sectarian
is likely in tune to be the kind
of service which can be operated
as a public welfare function. W
can, therefore, be aware of the
570
RABBI ZWITMAN
Newest rabbi for Miami was
young Murray Grauer who be-
came spiritual leader of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. Back from Philip-
pine service came Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwilman lo Temple
Israel where Rabbi Saul B.
Appelbaum had substituted for
him during his chaplaincy.
RABBI GRAUER
cance to the life of the group, and .
jimptior govern- wnicn fit tne gr0Up to the com- | contribution that we can make
ponsibility for general p,ej{ conditions of American life, to the whole community by our
' The close tie between Jewish pioneering and experimental ef-
social service and Jewish com- j forts at this time. While our eni-
munity organization arises from I (Continued on Page 18)
bed by u We are con-
bt with ral needs
jpeciiir n ed, of Jews.
: concern of Jewish so-
bes, then lore, is to re-
Iservii closely to
fenc need An equally
em is to relate our pro-
f Jews to the needs and
Icf the Jewish group as
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best wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Successors to "Whalers"
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
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Community Planning Vital Now
GENERAL
Refrigeration Service
2732 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Service Installation Repairs
Household and Commercial
Ammonia
Ice Cream Dairy Equipment
Day Phone 2-3641
NiKht Phone 3-4769
BILL PIKE. Prop.
vices provided by the well-to-do
for the needy or lower middle
with overtones of condes-
ci nsion and reformism.
We an now broadening our
concept especially in the recog-
nition that u is the whole Jewish
group and m t merely some of its
,n mbers thai are concerned with
up adjustment
om-
for
es
health and medical care, and to eWhe'r direc&*J?*etbm
a limited extent even in our case .mon needs such as the m.ds or
vocational guidance ser- health, recreation, culture and in-
(Continued from P.ige "'
phasis must always be primarily
on those services which require
the sponsorship and participation
of our own group, there is no
reason why the social services de-
veloped under J( wish auspices
need to confine themselves exclu-
sively to a Jewish clienteh
I fact, the opposite tendency, the problem ol group a ustme
that of using Jewish au>p,ces to and relationship to the total cor
serve a non-sectarian clientele- munity. This general need f
"True m ,., programs, for group adjustment also involv
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3898 N. E. 2: d Avenue
Mian .. Fla. Phone 7-C677
I work.
vie..- and recreational facilities.
Our planning can therefon in-
volve Jewish needs plus broader
social welfare considerations.
"Total Jewish Community"
W: at we '' an by the term
,! services," may therefore
: fairly obvious but the term
"Total Jewish C< mmunity" is a
changing and developing concept only gradually recognized, and
which w< hope we may be able has not yet fully affected the or-
1,. invest with meaning as a re- ganization of social services. The
suit of our work. In the past, general recognition of the impli-
<, me social services have beer, cations of this concept, the "total
planned for tie total Jewish com- Jewish community." may mean a
jn ,:, Si ,,-, that they lessening in the importance of
dividual adjustment to daily prob-
I, nis of community life. We have,
however, not defined too clearly
the relationship of the basic as-
pects of Jewish group adjustment
to thi services included in our
f, deration programs.
This change of concept from
individual to group adjustment is
munity
were availal l< to all Jews who
.quired such services. This is.
however, like the classical remark
.f Victoi Hugo- "That the rich as
well as the poor have the pi ivi-
I, ge of si. eping und< r bridges."
Some of us are still surprised
that only the poor avail them-
selves of our service s whii
int. r.d to meet the lie..:, of all
ses.
Our social sen ices I avi
largely for those individuals who
in effect constitute a selected
group in the community because
of their limited ability or lack of
ability to purchase the goods and
services they nei d for normalliv-
ing. Many of our social services
have in reality been operating in
a charitable relationship as ser-
tin philanthn pic element in so-
cial s< rvice, and will lead to try?
need for scrutinizing the struc-
ture of community urbanizations
to which such service programs
an related.
W. may accept the fact that
pi ilanthropy needs to be directed
by philanthropists but total com-
munity servici s require group co-
operation of all the interests that
are concerned with such associa-
tion. At present and for the fu-
ture, our programs are likely to
be a mixture of philanthropic and
community services,
W. may well ask what is the
"total Jewish community?" It is
obviously a heterogeneous aggre-
gation of individuals with varied
interests, a few of which may
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coincide under certain Conditions
and for certain objectives. It is
class population. They are suf-
a psychological abstraction shap-
ed by outside influences and in-
ner reactions into concrete am!
tangible forms of expressions. It
is affected by both centrifugal
and centripetal forces. It is com-
posed of a few active elements,
some recognizable ideological
groups and many more individ-
uals whose interest in the "total
Jewish community" is either pas-
sive or limited merely to the act
of making contributions to a cen-
tral welfare fund.
We cannot predict that the
Jewish community will or will
not become more self-conscious,
more homogeneous, more formal
in its nature. The current ten-
dencies growing out of current
pressures, the practical response
to current events seem to be in
that direction. We can be sun
of one essential principle to guide
us. Programs for group adjust-
ment will not be successful with-
out group organization and par-
ticipation.
What It Planning?
The term "planning" brings
with it even more difficult ques-
tions. Who shall do the planning
and how shall the planning be I
done? If our services were es-
sentially philanthropic, these'
questions would not arise since
the wealthy philanthropists or
the foundation have wide discre-
tion in the use of their funds.
A group activity, however, in-
volves cooperative and legislative
processes.
If we look at our present prac-
tices in planning we see it largely
as planning performed by a lim-
ited group of people heavily
weighted by professionals. Local
and national movements and
agencies are in most instances
closely held corporations whose
((Continued on Page 20)
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PHONE 3-7637
THE CITY OF MIAMI
Recognizing the participation of its Jewish
citizens in every civic and welfare move-
ment for the good of the general community,
takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry
sincere wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI
S.MMACinJ
Extend to ^ .
BEST wishes
A HAPPY NEW
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GREETINGS
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Ojus Ft. Lauded
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Wish for
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V
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PrnTFM_BER27^1946
wie hv&wy *s Peace
By HELEN KANTZLER
the families who mourn the loss of the 10,780 Jews
11,15 n to have died fighting for America there are
t khat leas' 49 Jewish families, each of whom sacrificed
' the bitter war against the Axis. According to the
6 j casualty lists of the National Jewish Welfare board
1 of war records, in one family alone death struck
Wrealeaving the grief-stricken parents bereft of sons.
facts which proclaim the sacrifice of American
friTv.'io yave their lives to leave a legacy of peace;
facts which do honor to the sorrowing mothers and
bravery in suffer- -
ZJenteiifhrkKtari
PAGE NINETEEN
heroism.
and
V.
8!s their sons
America's towns
torn farms, offices, fac-
S a ""<>'-<: yzi
t this 1 >untry joined the
of liberation to free the
and oppressed. Among
case. 1 1 brothers who
bring freedom
taorld-for lack of space,
and sacrifice
by all the double gold
s cannot be told here
\hr, [ bfeld boys from
Minn. 1-t. Sifimund
a Liberator bomber
,d veteran of three years
Army an corps, was re-
base in Eng-
,i ;, i over Europe
s plane 1 is lost over the
ust one month
fcbrothi 'Si a Marine
killed in the
isault on Sai-

I ents, Mr. and
fc,,,,;- bfeld, received
peasun
r.
ni
H"
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I In casi
: comfort from
. | their only
ving with the
in England,
to the front
multiple deaths
[ami ;<- remaining
s not k in combat area.
, ngineer, was
called : England and
test duties in
S. Risk} as his assign-
were-! rk included
;. t-pi gelled planes
t time and
only t mi et death near
poll- in a plane crash dur-
ing a routine flight. Three sons
had left, none came back home
again.
The story of the Emmer boys
of Clayton. Mo., is especially dra-
matic because of the coincidence
of circumstances which surround-
ed their death. First, 19-year-old
Raymond Emmer was killed with
a Browning automatic rifle in his
hand, somewhere in Germany, on
the birthday of his brother, Capt.
Wallace Emmer, ace flyer of
World War II, who held a record
of 18 enemy planes shot down
in combat. A year later, Capt.
Emmer, determined to avenue the
death of his closest friend who
was shot down over Germany, 11
piloted his Mustang over enemy
territory. Flak hit his plane and
he was forced to bail out. He
died of heart failure, a prisoner; |
of the Germans
"It is a bitter irony of fate that
a fighter pilot of your son's
rarely-equalled or surpassed rcc- i |
ord should meet his end on the
ground," wrote Charles W. Stark,
the .senior American officer of
Dulag-Luft No. 1 in Germany, to
the boys' parents, Vivien and
Blanche Emmer.
Double tragedy struck the home
of Jacob and Mary Cans of the
Bronx, N. Y., too. Only a feu-
days apart they received War de-
partment, notifications that 22-
year-old Solomon, a lieutenant in
the infantry, had been killed in
France, and that their other son,
Ralph, had died in England four
weeks later.
With equally merciless swift-
ness, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goland
(Continued on Page 22)
lew Year Greetings
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Phone 3-5734
Sincere Greetings To Our
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PHONE 3-3131 MIAMI
ALL OUR FRIENDS
YEAR GREETINGS
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PHONF 3 2291
Pj Brothtrhood Greeting.
I ur F"ends and Palroru
"ARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
M N'h Miami Avenue
PHONE 29428
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The Home Of
"SMILING SERVICE'
GAS and OIL
LUBRICATION
Station Phone: 3-0857
SAM'S
WELDING WORKS
Specializing In
Industrial Equipment
Designing and Building
SAM RICHARDSON, Owner
451 N. W. N. River Dr.
PHONE 2-4873
The Rose Still Grows
Beyond the Wall
Near shady wall a rose once grew,
Budded and blossomed in God's free light,
Watered and fed by morning dew,
Shedding its sweetness day and night.
As it grew and blossomed fair and tall,
Slowly rising to loftier height,
It came to a crevice in the wall.
Thro' which there shone a beam of light.
Onward it crept with added strength.
With never a thought of fear or pride,
It followed the light thro' the crevice's length
And unfolded itself on the other side.
The light, the dew, the broadening view
Were found the same as they were before;
And it lost itself in beauties new.
Breathing its fragrance more and more.
Shall claim of death cause us to grieve
And make our courage faint or fail?
Nay! let us faith and hope receive:
The rose still grows beyond the wall.
Scattering fragrance far and wide,
Just as it did in the days of yore.
Just as it did on the other side,
Just as it will for evermore.
A. L. FRINK
To those whose loved ones rest in BEAUTIFUL MOUNT
NEBO, we offer this comforting thought; to those who fear the
future, we offer the Jewish principle of "Hash'oras Hanefesh"
Immortality.
To the entire Jewish Community the management of MOUNT
NEBO extends its Best Wishes for a Happy'. Healthy, and Pros-
perous New Year.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
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FRIDAY,
Community Planning
the largest and most complex
problem in community planning.
Again it is nt necessarily nega-
tive, since the different ideologi-
cal views arc derived from dif-
ferent! s in backgrounds and vari-
ations in social and economic ex-
(Continued from Page 18) ,
I agency and community work ma>
programs are determined by small be classified as follows:
groups, occasionally by a single | a. Differences in Professiona --" ^jj immigrants
leader who has assumed or has \ Views. For example, a hospital | descendants. They can-
earned his place because of his can continue to operate aio disoosed of by wishful
energy, or his devotion, and established lines without running, not m owpoi ._________
sometimes because of his ability. \ into a crisis but new P anning----------------
The established authority of a \ may involve conflicts with ideas
few lay leaders or a long time concerning private practice, group
professional executive is diffi- | medicine, functions of a hospital.
5 700 *
cult to dislodge. Some corrective
factors do impinge on these in-
herited group titles to organiza-
tion management.
The leadership group must
Whether psychiatry lias its place
in a general hospital and other
prevalent professional politics.
b. Natural Conservatism. Dif-
ficulties in getting acceptance of
symbolize group values and is the validity of a new field of
expected to add to its prestige, work or extension ol service to
When these values change or new n< w groups in the population, for
ones come to the fore, a change example, extension oi famil>
in officers is in order. The cur- counselling service raises the
rent tendency is to find leader- question of whethei agencies sup-
ship for Jewish communal affairs ported by philanthropic fui
in the business and professional should extend their services to
occupations, the legal profession the non-dependent or mat
and the rabbinate. Increasingly, groups. Planning frequently en-
class and professional prestige is genders natural tendencies low-
yielding ground to ideological or ard conservatism and skeptical
partisan identification which is attitudes toward new ideas.
Incoming a more important en c. Vested Interests of Multiple
terion for leadership.
There are great variations in
the views and attitudes of differ-
ent elements of the Jewish popu-
lation on basic questions of Jew-
ish communal life. Partisan con
sciousness is bi ing added to eco-
nomic and social class conscious-
A day of prayer for Ihe hun-
dreds of thousands of Euro-
pean Jews still behind ihe
barbed wire of displaced per-
sons camps was held in Greater
Miami on Oct. 4 as part of a
national observance.
thinking or ignored, especially if
a local ideological or partisan
group derives its strength and
wisdom and plan of local strategy
from some national keeper of
the flame. It is the task of com-
munity organization to try to
reconcile these conflicting views
and to find a common program
upon which all of them can co-
operate. The community organ-
izer is expected to protect or at
least to be in .sympathy with the
different cultural values and
Agencies. The t< l in "vested in-
terests" has a negative coi
tion but not all of established
interests are necessarily negative. .....
It may be legitimate for an aspirations of all groups,
agency to insist upon developing Because of these and other
its program of work even it such problems which lead to insomnia
a program parallels or duplicates among community organizers, it
nes- This is the outstanding the work of another i rganization. is generally recognized that plan-
problem in all current efforts to p. r example, a synagogue may fling social services for the total
ieve central planning. While be justified in believing that a Jewish community means, first of
e social service project- are cultural program would be an all. organizing that total Jewish
generally acceptable and are con- excellent mi ai for reinforcing community, or as the advertisers
sidered as non-controversial many its religion- program A fraternal say "a reasonable facsimile there-
phases of our program are in- group in order to maintain its of." Most of the recent failures
volved with questions of the membership nay desire to con- are due to the fact that the "rea-
values of segments of the Jewish tinue services which could be sonable facsimile" on occasion
group, Social planning there- more effectively developed under has melted under high tempera-
equin not only organiza- other auspices. They must there- tures and buckled at the joints,
tion but the need to find a com- fore weigh the relative impor- The current vigor being dis-
mon meeting ground in which tance of th< ir i wn aims and that played in community planning is
; n.;., ..I,, .1 ',i\i\ avtynw t\ if fi'T'i nee-; ,.f ffi,-i<*r\t unitwd (in':tni/:itinlis. nnnniirotfinfl :nrl mvi>*; rvint to
jiumi iin-tiiii^; ,i*'t*iiii if, .....v... i.tint- ni ii.i .i i .. ii .in...-............
individual and group differences of efficient unified organizations, encouraging
can b< rei :.oiled. The obstacles d. Differences in Group Think-
to social planning which arise in ing and Group Ideals. This is
.y planning
. and gives point to
the discussions which have prac-
tical implications for all of us.
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+Jewish rkrMttan
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PHONE 7-2016
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HAPPY NEW YEAH
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lis opportunity to ex-
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T, Jewry ..' l'"e or a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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*re Best
bes For a
py New Year
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PHONE 3-6248
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Public Opinion Combats Anti-Semitism
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following ..fata i. ,
Released by th, Jewish Telegraphic Agnow.th the "'"" "*
Jewish Publication Society., the Perm'"'<>" of the
By SAMUEL SPIEGLER
The development of a more healthy public opinion made
open anu-Sem,tism a liability, rather man an aLet to any
movement seeking broad support. Although anti-Semitic utter
ggLS! T^ ? ,He "0&r Cn<3res" and < wme state
9 1T th,9,voter8l. ln mosl P"3 of the country turned
against the agitators who sought public office. In Chicago, ten
known anti-Semites were rejected in primary elections by over-
whelming majorities. Some of the outstanding agitators came
into the toils of the law. In October, an attempt to revive open-
car anti-Semitic meetings in New York city resulted in the arrest,
trial, and conviction of three -
leaders in the movement: Homer
Maertz, Ernest F. Elmhurst, and
Kurt Mertig. .. Several months
later, the triumvirate of Gerald
L. K. Smith, Don Lohbeck, his
public relations man, and the sus-
pended priest Terminiello, all
were convicted by Chicago courts.
Out on appeals, Smith and Ter-
miniello are continuing their
vicious work.
The most significant anti-
Semitic development of the
Tp wu the reemergence of
the Ku Klux Klan. Facts about
the Klan, gathered, collated,
and interpreted by interested
organiralions, among them
Jewish agencies, were made
available through appropriate
channels to governmental agen-
cies and lay organizations, to
the radio and the press. These
facts made it possible for state
governments in California, Ge-
orgia and New York to lake
prompt and vigorous steps to
outlaw the Klan and destroy its
effectiveness. They also made
possible the widespread denun-
ciation of the Klan which came
from religious and civic bodies
and which appeared in news-
paper editorials and radio
comment.
Efforts to attract newly re-
Mr. and Mrs.
M. KAUFMAN
1942 N. W. 62nd St.
EXTEND
BEST WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
hi
T
SEASON'S GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT 8c AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Security Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Public
Self-Service Stores
"A STORE FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY"
337 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5921
TO
ALL
JEWRY
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
w. c. w.
turned veterans of World War II
into nationalistic or pro-fascist
organizations were denounced by
the American Legion, the Vet-
erans of Fon ign Wars, the Dis-
abled American Veterans and the
AMVETS af their national con-
ventions. Gerald L. K. Smith was
l r a n (I e d "Democracy's Public
Km my No. 1" and tin Christian
Veterans of World War II were
condemned by the Disabled
American Veterans; and the
American Legion pointedly warn-
ed against "phony" veterans or-
ganizations "promoting racial and
religious prejudici."
Discrimination
During the spring, a survey in-
dicated that employment dis-
crimination against Jews had in-
d, reflecting a dimunition
of wartime manpowi r sti ingen-
cies, and a reaction from war-
time' unity. As one outcome
of tins survey, a study was
und rtaken just before the end of
the year under review, to pro-
vide a basis for more' effective
organization throughout the coun-
try, of Jewish work in tin area
of employment discrimination.
The' study was under the auspices
of the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory council.
Laws for fair employment prac-
tice, of varying degrees of effec-
tiveness, became operative during
, the year in the- states eif Indiana,
i Massachusetts, New Jersey, New
York and Wisconsin; and local
ordinances of similar sort 'were
enacted in Chicago and Mil-
waukee. Bills to create a perma-
nent Fed< ral Employment Prac-
tice commission, introduced the
previous year in both houses of
Congress, have thus far met with
no BUCCess. The Senate bill was
-helved as a result of a filibuster
by Southern senators in January
and February, 1946, while in the
House the bill never lei! the com-
mittee. Jewish organizations are
actively cooperating in strength-
ening the National Council for a
anent F.E.P.C. which spear-
heads the battle' for a national
Discrimination in educational
institutions continued to be a
troubling problem, with increas-
ingly serious effects upon Jew-
ish youth as returning veterans
competed for the limited facili-
ties of overcrowded colleges and
universities. There were sev-
eral exposes of discrimination
on campuses. The Mayor's
(Continued on Page 24)
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southern Life & Health Insurance Co.
POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STEINS
DORIS
SOL
and MARGERY ANN
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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KOCH WOODWORK SHOP
INTERIOR WOODWORK
2253 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 9-2341
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, INC.
Distributors of "ESSOTANE"
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida
EW YEAR GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS
134S 201h Street Miami Beach. Florida
foundations docks guniting
Bascule and fixed bridges concrete
STEEL
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
WHITE BELT DMHT
|N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411
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.
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
EGNER & MULCAHY
TAILORS
11 N. E. Second Avenue
WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
If You Are Going To Sell
Your Car
SEE US
For Highest Cash Dollar
ALFRED C. COURIC
745 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-1672
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A. CASCA EUGENE BEECHER
1260 N. W. 22nd Street
N. SPIEGELMAN
Phone 3-6391
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
HERMAN MACK
Mack's Curb Market
4416 N. W. 17th Avenue
MIAMI
NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
LaVigne Electric
Company
176 N. E. 20th Street
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer and Daughter
OF THE
EDWARDS DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE 2-6550
1726 N. W. 36th STREET
Their Legacy is Peace
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
T
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3205 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6058
Service On All Makes Radios
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
4jJ
Belford's Produce & T Trucking Co.
1299 N. W- 23rd Street Miami, Florida
BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
EMERSON THE COMPANY
(Not Incorporated)
U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS
600 N. E First Avenue Telephone 3-5308
2644 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9529
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR .
1L'
Charlie's
MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT
2195 N. W. 12th Avenue
Phone 2-8936
SINCERE WISHES
c$# tke l^omwmea) ^ \
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t&at RUM fa> mm
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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of Los Angeles, Calif., received
within 36 hours the shocking news
of the death ol their two suns.
. Pfc Hyman and S Sgt. Martin
jc.oland were killed on the Nor-
: mandy front s we< k apart and
within 100 miles of each other.
Hope for the return of their
son, I-t. David Pinnelas, bomba-
dier with the 8th air force, who
was n ported missing, was still
alive in the hearts of his mother
and father, Hannah and Isidore
Pinnelas, of Brooklyn, N. Y at
the time that they were informed
that their younger son had died
in the New Guinea base hospital
,)f wounds sustain! d during the
fierce fighting in Biak. In a let-
ter concerning the details of Mor-
ton's death, Mr. Pinnelas wrote
the JWB Bureau of War Records
that "we keep praying that David
will he returned to us real soon."
S( vi ral months later all hope for
David was destroyed: the Pin-
nelas received the dread* d letter
which states, "The War depart-
ment regrets ."
Hi art-rending are the stories
of these brothers in armsJewish
boys who contributed their full
measure i f sacrifice to defend the
Si a, guard the sky and drive the
enemy into defeat and submis-
sion.
Lt. Harold D. Greenberg, a lad
from Lake Charles, La., for ex-
ample, died of tuberculosis in
Bi aumont, Texas. He knew he
was going to die, but with the
same courage that he fought the : holder of the Air Medal, and two
enemy on New Caledonia, where I Oak Leaf Clusters, with 50 mis-
he contracted the disease, Harold siona to his credit, was killed
faced his end. A year before, his returning from a raid over Ger-
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. many.
David Greenberg. had learned the These are the families who
hitter news concerning the death j mad,. the greatest sacrifice of all,
of their other son, Marvin, lieu- who gave two sons that the world
tenant in naval scouting squad-J mjKht be safeguarded against the
ron 58. who perished while on a evil of tyrannv. Their children,
bombing mission in the South Jewish fighter* from communi-
'"1,lc- tics throughout the U. S., served
Other double gold star families with their Christian brothers,
are the Wilners of Washington, generously, courageously and
D. C, whose boys. Bernard, an without thought of the cost, that
army major, and John, a tank America might live in a world
Ci mpany commander, died in the without fear.
cans, of freedom: the I.c wes, of
Jamaica. L. I., whose two sons,
David and Gordon, were killed in
action; the Weissmans, of Chi-
cago, who lost both sons in Ger-
many Leonard, a lieutenant-
coli nel in the medical corps, and
Louis, a navigator on a bombing
plane: the Steins of Mt. Pleasant,
Tenn., whose son, Morris, was
killed in the Philippines less than
a year after his brother, Hyman,
who was in France on D-day,
succumbed in the Battle of Nor-
mandy; Mrs. Harris Lumberg of ,
I ong Beach, Calif., whose boys,
Bernard and Milton Sahl, gave
their lives for victory over fasc-
ism; the Heismans of Philadel-
phia, who lost two sonsBernard,
holder of a Silver Star for "gal-
lantry in action," and Herbert,
killed in the North African cam-
paign.
The roster of Jewish families,
to whom the loss of a son oc-
cund twice during World War II,
is long and fraught with tragedy.
Bernard and Sanford Wilkof, for
instance, were identical twins,
had never been apart, not even
in the Army, where they served
side by side. Death, however,
separated them when Bernard
died in the arms of his brother in
North Africa. Soon after, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Wilkof, Canton,
Ohio, received the sorrowful news
that Sanford, too, had been killed
during the stormy fighting in
Italy.
Equally tragic is the pain of
irrevocable loss suffered by the
Pearlins of Quincy, Mass., whose
two sons perished three years
apart. Edward, a member of the
merchant marine, was killed in
action aboard the S.S. Illinois
when his ship was torpedoed in
the Caribbean sea. Shortly be-
fore his death he had written to
his parents that he had come to
the "realization that in these
catastrophic times one cannot iso-
late himself from the resulting
suffering and sorrow." Three
yean later, his brother, Eugene,
tail gunner in the Army air corps,
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A HAPPY NEW YEA!
ROBBINS ROOFING
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222 N. W. 26th Street
PHONE 2-3705
T W Mills A. H. Bedel
BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
AND FAMILY
in
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CAR PAINTING
TIRE RECAPPING
BATTERY SERVICE
1380 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 3-1661
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
McFARLAND AWNING CORPORATION
'If It's Canvas We Car. Make It
TROPICAL FURNITUHE
742 S. W. 8th Street Phone?"
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Linen Marking Shirt Lettering
Chenille and Felt Lettering
NORTON a McCORMICK
610 N. E. 2nd AVENUE pH0NE W
PARAGON
PAINTS
"IT ANCHORS TO THE
SURFACE"
'Tor the Diicriminating"
545 W* Plegler Stieet
PHONE 3-4743
NEW YEAR GR EETINGS
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Fire and Casualty Insurance
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SEPTEMBER 27. 1946
SEASON'S
best wishes
Ihappy hour
TAVERN
I 3860 Coral Way
PHONE 49437
YEAR GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
14 M. DREDGING
INSTRUCTION CO.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
TO MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
LI. LIFT
MIAMI BEACH
To All ... A Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY
400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
$
QUALITY CLEANERS 6, LAUNDRY
718 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-5015
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Venetian Shortway Sedan Service
|1133 fl. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-3800
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
11659 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
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SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
PHONE 8-2151
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
HAROLD TURK
Harold Turk, then president
of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith,
was named chairman of the
state membership drive for the
Florida federation of ledges
last winter. In August, Turk
became temporary chairman of
the new B'nai B'rith Metropoli-
tan council of all local B'nai
B'rith groups.
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Se.-vicmncn's families were
housed a] below-ceiling rentals
by the Miami Beach Housing
corporation, a non-piofit out-
fit subsidized by Jewish money
and headed by Sam Blank. In
14 months of operation, the
corporation served 1,000 fam-
ilies.
Plight of Jewish survivors in
Shanghai was desperate, ac-
cording to reports last spring.
Fourteen thousand were hun-
gry, cold, ragged and virtually
homeless in the slum section
which ihc Jans had turned in-
to a ghetto during the war.
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Jews who wore the uniforms
of ho United Nations during
Ihe u .lumbered 1.300,000, or
10 per cent of the entire Jewish
populations of those countries.
In the U. S. armed forces were
600,000 Jewish men and women.
Public institution of the Jew-
ish War Veterans' Miami Beach
post was observed Oct. 28 with
E. Max Goldstein in the com-
mander's chair. Abe Goldman
became president of the JWV
Florida department at the sum-
mer convention held at the
Beach.
Best Wishes for A
Happy New Year
MIAMI SALES
COMPANY
T
10 S. E. 5th Street
PHONE 2-5547
in
T
Absorptive capacity of Pales-
tine: 1.750,000 in the next ten
years, said Robert Nathan, Wash-
ington economist, at a joint Mi-
ami-Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
lodge dinner in February.
GREETINGS ...
Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rubin
410 W. 45th St.. Miami Beach
GREETINGS ...
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Marcus
and Family
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation organized
in December to sponsor a Tal-
mud Torah. Under the leader-
ship of Myron Newman, the
group is negotiating for prop-
erty on which to open its
school.

Six million Jews met death
at Nazi hands during Hitler
regime, evidence at Nuremberg
war crimes trial revealed.
"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
To My Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PATRICK McCARL
CONTRACTOR
406 Congress Building
PHONE 3-6861
SEASON'S GREETINGS
FROM .
LE LIAN KRUMM
BEAUTY SALON
For Everything Pertaining
To Beauty Work
216 Seybold Building
PHONE 3-4141
BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. V. O'ROURKE
Plumbing
Plumbing Contracting and Repairing
241 N. Melrose Drive PHONE 8-1018 Miami Springs
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC INC.
1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576
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NOW OPEN FOR
DINNER
Music by Cy Washburn
Bar and Cocktail Lounge
III
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Coral Way at 36th Ave.
Reservations 48-4224 or 4-8524
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TIP TOP GROCERY STORES
"THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET
AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES"
27 N. W- Filth 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
4ji
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Opinion Combats Anti-Semitism
(Continued from Page 21)
Committee on Unity in New
York also prepared a report on
discrimination in higher educa-
tional institutions which re-
ceived considerable press pub-
licity in the spring of 1946.
In New York state a movi
for the creation ol .1 stat< univi rs-
ity gathered c on si il e r :\ b 1 0
strength. A bill was introduced
in tin
50 million dollars for this purpose.
It (ailed of pass ag bul
nor was authorized t'
commission to examine t 1
question. Jewish agi m i< join-
t ii with other pi og 1 ssi\ e
in support of the state 1
idea, not as a M lliedy '
riminalcTv, bul as a po
1J1 1 jh community. L<
; tive information became Lmpera-
l tive to th mi. lligent conduct of
Jewish community relati ns pro-
grams. A.....dingly, the Legis-
i u ation committee ol
ti 1 Nal onal Community Ri la-
t 01 Ad\ r> council, compris-
latives of all membei
.-, ncii mmunities, under-
took a periodic Legislate In
legislature to a| 1 tc format n Bulletin, conveying the
join) \ ii ws of all mi 1
Legislation to prohibit the
anonymous distribution of scur-
rilous literature was adopted in
a number of states. Anonymous
creeds are now banned in the
state of Florida where such a
law became effective in June.
1945.
Dartmouth students to determine
the bases of prejudice among high
school stud-nts; and a survey of
,!:,. views and attitudes charac-
terizing vi.rious segments of the
foreign language press in the
United States.
The broad educational pro-
gram to disseminate facts as an
antid. i. to lies, and to immunize
the American community against
tural and educal Research and Education
to the life of I
At about H'
was introduci d in tin Nev ">
st.,ic lei i lal
deny tax exei
T failed to be nporl
ul si i< tific re-
ti 1 analysis ol
nd to thi
effective- '
11 ed in
nti-Sc-mitism, 1
year.
committee. A taxpayei w tifi iti< ns un-
filed in N< w Y k city 1
Columbia unn < 1 tit j
i xem| 1 rolls on
crin inal ion. A nlution
pal tax
to invi te C
w to deti its tax 1
ption pi cgi pei
in ih. Niv Y k Cil
wl ei peri undei
1
1 : as exclu
Jew
esl
:
st,.:. the state al
M
of pains! 1 tiatioi thai
lid be 1
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Toie cil.
Interest ii
ns ol

cre< :. tlu in
|y to d( -
of anti-Si
ts origins in child-
npn hensive
1 birth
: :".. ,e. a i bl. in the
1 Ii stitutc
c v. nalyses, in
ntervicv I 1 1
tructun ; iduals
char-
isci ptibility to
. : .in of in-
pn testing of
imilar ma-
il ti anti-
ijei t involving
: program
of intergroup
a tension area;
. Radcliffe and
* In 5T6
When the 200.000th visitor
arrived at the Servicemen's
Snack Bar. 1 Lincoln rd., a gen-
eral played waiter to the hon-
ored guest, a sergeant. The Ht,
operated by the Greater Miami
Army-Navy committee, closed
Nov. 4 after volunteer waiters
and waitresses had served soft
drinks and a variety of short
order foods to 250.000 persons
in six months al below cost
prices. Snack Bar chairman,
Carl Weinkle.
the virus of bigotry, grew in
scope during the year. Books,
pamphlets, public speakers, news-
papers, radio, magazine, posters,
comic strips, films, and other
verbal and pictorial media were
1 mployi d.
NELSON
Automobile Service
875 West Flagler Street
Wishes All
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR

HAPPY NEW YEAR
to
Our Many Friends
Lakein Jewelry Co.
424 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1837
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
TAMIAMI HOTEL
Ext,-nrt I .-. hei to A.I
Their Relatives .\n 1 r .1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
CAPTAIN AL'S
FISH MARKET
ALWAYS FRESH FISH
PROMPT DELIVERY
2321 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-9392
CREETINGS
for the
NEW YEAR
IDA AUGUST
STUDIOS
Draperies Upholstering
1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. FLAGLER STREET
PHONE 3-2197
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-5908
MIAMI BEACH
"MINUTE MAN
PRINTING CO."
Established 1920
SPEED AND ACCURACY
JOB COMMERCIAL
"We Print Everything"
69 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-1130
G
GRILL
639 N. W. 7th Avenue
OPEN NITE & DAY
"JUST GOOD FOOD"
FRIDAY.
Efforts to reach labor groups
were especially successful during
the year. Seven city-wide labor
committees against discrimination
were established during the pe-
riod, in addition to the two al-
ready in existence at the begin-
ning of the year. These non-
sectarian committees comprise
key labor leaders in each city.
Literature, film strip, legislative
information and other requisite
materials are channeled through
their executive secretaries.
^TEMbq,.
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT *
ACCOUNTANT
8015 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
MAUS BROTHERS
RADIO
2210 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 48-4958
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many Jewish
Friends
S. H. KRESS
&
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
C APT.
JAMES
E.
SCOTT
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wishing To All
Jewish Citizens .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALKER
Casket Company
535 N. W. 24th Street
PHONE 3-3689
L'Shona Tova ... To Our Jewish Friends
Johnnie & ^^ ]
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MERCHANTS EGG&J
Wholewl. Md r,^
EGGS FRESH DAILT
1200 H.W. 22nd St Ph. j. J
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IT IS WITH PLEASDM
THAT WE EXTEND
NEW YEAR GREETOIGJ
TO ALL
C. & G. GIFT SHOP I
"GREETING CARDS F0> I
ALL OCCASIONS"
127'i N.E. Tint Atmi
1
Best Wishes
for
A Happy
New Year
NELLIE EBRENNAHI
REAL ESTATE]
404 N. E. First Avenw
Phone 3-1953
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A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAH
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
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PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
Uists Take Militant Stand in Palestine
oTE This review of the year in Palestine written by
R S N hn, noted Palestinian Journalist, has been brought up
"""sent.ition of the federaliiation plan in August, it is
P" ,ie published In the forthcoming volume of the Ameri.
, Bnck. Released by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency with
,ar, tl,e Jewish Publication society.)
the
| rev"
i Year
Jewish
Inc.)
1946, Tele-
lic Ag<
le that, once the
Lr, the political issue
(destine. The White
Llgated by the Biit-
Lm Power in May
,", flatly rejected as
content were known.
course was possible
jgttempl was made to
on ,;.. .!, w ish Nation-
la nolic> designed to
] jt with a final quota
tenigrants and to con-
Ihin the rigid territor-
0f five per cent of the
j( : as future
ffas concerned. Not
(but it was proposed in
' up a Pales-
Iwhere the Jews would
Lanent minority.a min-
fcould grow proportion-
ar to year
,. Ara birthrate is
I and more.
en war broke out, the
las Kit in il eyance and
became one of His
fcoveri most loy-
fcc-v that struggle has
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nd Herbert Abrams
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been resumed with all the greater
intensity in view of the plight of
the survivors of Nazism and Fas-
cism in the liberated areas of
Europe. And now annulment t>{
the White Paper is not enough,
Since the Mandatory Administra-
tion's policy eventuated in the
White Paper after twenty-six
years, the time has come for a
definitive status wherein th< \'.i
tional Home can develop and
flourish according to its own po-
tentialities, without artificial re-
strictions.
The first post-war conference
of the World Zionist Organization,
which was held in London in Au-
gust 1945, endorsed the Jewish
Agency's request, which had been
submitted to the Mandatory Gov-
ernment three months previous-
ly, for the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine. The
basic conditions for the State
were laid down as full equality
for all inhabitants of the coun-
try without distinction of reli-
gious or race; autonomy for all
communities in religious and cul-
tural matters; and official recog-
nition of the Arabic language and
the Arab schools.
After months of tense waiting \
for an official definition of pol-;
icy, the apprehension aroused by
'"""' I" istic rumors
were confirmed when the new
Foreign Secretary, Mr. Ernest
Bevin, made ,. statement on No-
vember 13, 1945.
J new policy limited immi-
gration to an insignificant month- j
ly quota of 1,500 and made even
that number contingent upon the
consent of the Arabs, which was
certa" withheld. But a
comprenensive solution of the
probl6m was left to be worked
out by an Anglo-American In-
quiry Commitii e wl ich was to
examine political, economic and ,
( cial conditions in Palestine as!
they bear upon the problem of
Jewish immigration and settle-'
it" nt and the well-being of
the peoples now living therein."
Furthermore, the Comn I
instructed to examine the posi-
tion of the Jews in Europe who
had been victims of Nazi and
: perse ution; and, after
obtaining the views of compe-
tent witnesses and consulting re p-
tative Arabs and Jews in
Palestine, was to make recom-
mendations to the British and
American governments for ad
interim handling of the problems
as well as for their permanent
solution.
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The Bevin statement was char-
ac ti rized by the Jewish Agency
as tearing the age-old Jewish
qui stion out of its historic con-
text and reducing it, in time, to
the period of Nazi persecution;
in space, to liberated Europe; and
in substance to the relief of dis-
placed individuals at a time when
outbreaks in Tripoli and else-
where has shown the position of
the Jews in many countries to
be more precarious than ever.
The attitude of the British
Government, added the Agency
statement, was such as to pre-
judge the findings of the Anglo-
American Inquiry Committee.
But for that attitude, the "more
direct" participation of the Unit-
ed States in the solution of the
Palestine problem would have
been welcomed by the Jews.
Before coming to Palestine the
Committee held hearings in
Washington and London, and
visited many of the liberated
European countries in order to
investigate the position of the
Jews there. After touring Europe
for three weeks, the Committee
decided not to submit ad interim
recommendations because it
found the problem of the Euro-
pean Jews and that of Palestine
too closely interrelated to permit
of half-way measures. In other
words, almost every Jew ques-
tioned by them had asked to be
(Continued on Page 26)
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Chas. N. Tanenbaum
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FOR A
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AND SON
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Colonists Take Militant Stand in Palestine Trouble
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(Continued from Page 25)
sent to Palestine and only to
Palestine.
The Committee spent three
weeks in Palestine (March 7-28).
The Jewish ease was submitted by
the president of the Agency, Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, and his asso-
ciates. Tlie Agency's presentation
was supplemented, from various
angles, by numerous organiza-
tions and individuals,
Despite many forecasts to the
contrary, the report of the Com-
mittee was unanimous. In view
of the urgency of the problem,
the Committee had been Instruct-
ed to submit its report within 120
days. Publication on May l came
well within the allotted period.
The Yishuv received the He-
port with mixed feelings. The ri -
jection of the J< wish Stat< was
profoundly disappi inting to the
great majority but the anti B It
more eli ments solaced them-
s< Ives with the hope that the "no-
Jewish, no-Arab State" dictum
I pave the way eventually
for a bi-national government in
one form or another.
The reci mnv ndation that 100.-
000 rel gees hould bi admitted
to Pali si ni immediately was re-
ci ivi d with the utn I i | precia-
tion, thi ugh it was pi inti d out
, at this did no more than touch
thi frii i of the problem of the
refugees. It I M i latory still
lacked the will to implement the
provision for immigration, it
would remain a dead letter, as
undi i White Paper.
No nei was the : port pub-
II n : i .i ; ints w< re
n .: in the press that it
would ly be "stillborn,"
Pi : Trun
rccommenda-
1 n pai ticular that ap-
plying to thi n of 100.-
000 refugei he himself
th, i evious Au-
gu>t.
On the very day of publica-
tion, the Prime Minister of
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
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LOUIS SHAFF
944 N. W. 2nd Avenue
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Britain. Mr. Clement Attlee
declared that the 100.000 would
not be admitted unless the il-
legal armies.'" Jewish and
Arabs should be expected to
their arms surrendered. It is
incomprehensible why the
Arabs should be expected to
disarm in order facilitate the
immigration of Jews, when
lhey profess to be so strongly
opposed to any further immi-
gration.
No reaction tame from the
Arab side on this point, but the
Jewish Resistance Movement lost
no time in giving an assurance
,. a| n pi a Wl Uld he kept 1' r
th, admission ol the 100,000 hat
tl.,! it was impossible to give up
;irn,< that had been used h
fending Jewish settlements
i recurring attacks and
till needed for th( proti c-
ii,.n ol f < Jewish community.
It has since been revealed by
two Am. ne.ni n embers i I thi
itti, that it had very care-
fully i dis-
bandment of tin illegal armies
I ,., made a "pre-condition"
for tin entry of 100.000 refugees,
but that the pro| had bei n
finally turned down not only be-
cause It COUld 1 I I 'allied nut.
but also i ecause it wi uld enor-
mously incri asi the risk it was
intended to minimize. Mr. Attlee
could not have been unaware of
that discussion when hi ma I
,-tat, nunt in the II Com-
mons.
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer.
Jr.
5 fi
S. W.
FIRS T
S T R E E T
On May 16 the British Foreign
Office stated that the British Gov-
ernment would announce then
attitude on the recommendations
i the Inquiry Committee only
after they had completed their
ultations with the United
Stat, Government and heard the
V1. W! of both Arabs and Jews.
The American government had
previously made it known that
own decisii n would not be
taken bi fori the Jews and Arabs
had heer. consulted.
On May 20 the Jewish Agency
and the Arab Higher committee
wire asked by the High Com-
ion< i for Palestine to submit |
their views not lati r than June
20 : each ol the Inquiry commit-
tee's ten r. commendations. Both
, ivi | a 'ilar request
from the American Government
il c nsul-General in
,i. lem.
At the tun. of writing the J< w-
i,-h Agencj has not yet submit-
ted its comim nt but has an-
nounced that it will soon do so. I
The Aral. High Committee has
ed th. abrogation of the
Mand thi end of Jewish im-
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migration and land safes to Jews.
the dissolution of the Jewish Ag-
ency, the establishment of an
Arab democratic state in Pales-
tine which will be a member of
th. Arab league, and the with-
drawal of all foreign troops from
Pah stine.
So matters stood at the end of
May. 1946. On every hand sus-
picions were being voiced that
further pretexts will be found
for putting off the final deci-
sion.
Sabotage
The many violent acts of sa-
(Continued on Page 281
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AND FAMILY
To Our M.my Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
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PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
ish Scientists Aid Drus Discoveries
By PAUL GOULD
long ago that Jewish genius was playing an
role in the development of the atomic bomb,
SnaT open the door to a postwar world of atomic
P^Jficant as this development has been, it is only a
l i of the monumental feats performed by scientists of
h fa lh in the broad field of experiment and research,
^k alv enough, much of these new endeavors have
t hed by refugees whose spark of brilliance was almost
Khed by Nazi terror.
, rlv is ibis true in the case of two men Dr. Ernst
;; w. S. Lowew.-------------------------------
' versity for research on enzyn
and the isolation of biologically-
active substances. Biochen
is the science of living tissues.
At the time Dr. Florey was pro-
fessor of pathology in the William
Dunn school at Oxford and was
seeking a biochnni.-t a-. ;i col
league. He selected Dr. Chain a
year before war broke out and
they began their research.
Sir Alexander Fleming had
first discovered, in 1929, a mold
that stopped the growth of deadly
,dy been ac-
I Praise because
.rtant contribu-
pment of peni-
' of fact, Dr.
J 0red with Sir
I : and Howard
Tj t Nobel prize
I [ast year for
J'"'
| ol yet won a
1 his mf
I ent reaches iul-
L. no ClOUDl UUt mm, aiu^ycu me ftiunui ui uvuuij
ngnized. He I bacteria but he claimed no ex-
for 25 years in j traordinary healing qualities tor
that he hopes it when Dr. Chain began to
L ies, including j work wjtn rjr. Florey he read a
summer, hay tremendous number of book, on
| anti-bacterial substances and de-
, of the two men I spite unfavorable accounts of the
L ... mblance. Alchemical properties of this peni-
Hitler seized J cillin, he began to start working
Dr. Chain fled to on it in his laboratory beca
behind his showed promising characteristics.
Within six months, Dr. Chain
had produced a sufficient quan-
tity of penicillin and the very
first tests of mice and rabbits
proved that not only was it
the strongest antiseptic ever
known, but that it had abso-
lutely no poisoning effect on
tissues. The rest of the story
is history.
Dr. Lowcw's experiments with
drugs seeking to cure mysterious
allergies track hack a quarter of a
nnuunced
perfection ol ml allan,
een :<..; ughly
il which has pro-
: the in-
itial ti ial .
Gi rmany 13
Lowew came to
n in
1942 11 sp< nt n years in

at pri : u hi r at Utah uni-
vereitj with an-
thallan was perfoi Colum-
bia Univi ian Hos-
pital ill
Whereas several new drugs
have lately appeared for hay
fever sufferers, lheir properties
are credited with providing
temporary relief. Anthallan,
however, is far more ambitious
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Works
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PHONE 3-3163
He is still
|rl whereabouts
an with rosy
. thick black
L mustache, Dr.
, ars of age,
I, | | brilliant men
I, lay. In addi-
|: concert pian-
L with orchestras
I: given his own
In-.
V. England, Dr.
wmt '.iinhridge uni-
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SIGN CO.
410 S. W
PHO.Ni
3rd Ave.
2-5334
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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JEWELERS
240 5th Street
PHONE 5-2236
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Phone 2-1677 Miami Beach
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lor Belter Heath Visit the
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A Modern Institution
Dedicated To Health
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PHONE 7-7896
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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& LEFCOURT
Accountants and Auditors
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 3-6393
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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and FAMILY
and ASSOCIATES
ACME TRANSFER
& BAGGAGE CO.
SINCLAIR Gas and Oils
626 Fifth Street
PHONE 5-3773
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BODY SHOP
135 Madeira Avenue
PHONE 4-4966
[NEW YEAR GREETINGS
imaturc & Generator
Exchange
340 N. W. First Court
PHONE 2-0491
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INSURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Seybold Building
PHONE 3-7020
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Company
1304 N. E. Second Ave.
PHONE 9-3144
in that il attempts to cure not
only hay fever but all allergies.
A promising start has been
made in this direction and if
the fondest hopes of the dis-
coverer are realized. Dr.
Lowew's name will be safely
entrenched among the miracle
men of medicine.
Annther immigrantin some-
what the same sense as Dr.
Lowew who came to these
to become a benefactor of
mankind is the brilliant Dr. Sel-
man Waksman of Rutgers uni-
;. discoverer of streptomy-
cin. Like penicillin, streptomy-
cin combats ti rrible disease and
.1 has proved successful where
penicillin failed to get a foothold,
(Continued on P.iqe 32)
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Up-lo-Date Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
PETE'S
BAR
The Finest Cocktails
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also
BEER and WINES
Service Men Always Welcome
1137 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9544
PETE FRANCIS. Prop.
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PHONE 2-5254
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PHONE 7-6693
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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PHONE 2-3144
Best Wishes To
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for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SINCERE WISHES
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PHONE 7-5133
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AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7896
T
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
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PHONE 3-7838
NEWS TOWER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAH
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1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361
y>
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1652 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-3009
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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K. BURNS & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street
PHONE 3-6154
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. J. F ARRE Y
BUILDING INSPECTOR
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
iMfffli consiR
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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PT j 01 -1 J
Phone 9-2789
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING PEACE, HEALTH
AND HAPPINESS
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PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
To Jewry
. EVERYWHERE
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
R. T. JEFFRIES
of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429
Colonists Take Militant Stand in Palestine T
(Continued from Pane 26)
b< tage committed by armed Jew-
ish groups during the past year
seem to fall into three categor-
ic.-- protests against the continu-
ance of the White Paper policy;
protection for the landing of un-
authorized immigrants; and raids
for arms and money. There
would be no point in attempting
here to trace the source of the
various acts of the country-wide
Haganah, or to the two small ex-
tremist groups (the National Mili-
tary Organization and the Stern
group).
A- an example of sabotage for
protest purposes may be cited the
blowing up of the Palestine-
Egypt railway line in about 100
places on the night of October 31,
which was understood to be a
warning (the Bevin statement was
then expected) that any pro-
nouncement nf a policy unfavor-
able to the Jewish cause would
be met with i> sistance.
The nexl day the Jewish Ag-
i ncy issued a statement repudi-
ating violence as an instrument
of the political struggle, but as-
serting that its capacity to im-
e restraint was being severely
tried by the maintenance of a
pi licy regarded as fatal to the
future of the Jews. On Novem-
ber 14. the day after the Bevin
statement, serious rioting broke
out in Tel Aviv, though the
Yishuv as a whole was observ-
ing a day of fasting and prayer
that the "evil decree" might be
averted.
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which involved a number of
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when David Ben Gurion and
Moshe Shertok, Chairman of the
Jewish Agency Executive and
Head of its Political Department,
respectively, were summoned by
the High Commissioner, they dis-
sociated the Agency complcti ly
from the murderous attacks and
expressed their profound sorrow
at the loss of life incurred.
But, they insisted, it was diffi-
cult to appeal to the Yishuv to
observe the law at a time when
the Mandatory was consistently
violating the law of the country
embodied in the Palestine Man-
date, The Anglo-American In-
quiry Committee later made the
following comment on that state-
ment: "We recognize that until
comparatively recently efforts
were made by the Jewish Agency
to curb attacks; we regret that
these efforts appear to have
ceased."
Among the measures taken
to ensure the landing of un-
authorized immigrants by sa-
botage were the following: blow-
ing up of coast guard stations
that had been built for the ex-
press purpose of intercepting
"illegals"; the burning of many
military planes in several air-
fields to prevent them from
shadowing certain ships ex-
pected at the time and attacks
upon the radar station which
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^rough a poliJ"5
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' U'hai? Jjl
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bJ a party of iuJ^l
it \
-"-ucisigqg (U .
':!themr.to!
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rd stations W?
"empts to trace %.
were made by all
""" ten to fined L
equipped witt taj]
who surround^
'' "' -ettlementsinib,,
plain.
1 inds of men anh
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le thronged tiJ
ieged villages if
m ai y way they could, ill
11. '- the onomne,
fall .:. I mid) disobevedflJ
''" utside the sett
the troops opened fire.
youni people, ir.cludir.ji
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nty-five others wrei
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fire only after they hadbeeal
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ad not even i_
I :nted out that!
asualties asntl
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M four J ;:'.:
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T day the fur :j
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PAGE TWENTY-NINE
saw Hero Was Lock-
LbbyT zabitsky
r vv,s born to dance.
Lc s born to Write.
PL, born to compose,
fc," Sai-holnik-Urka Na-
fcasbrn to Pick locks.
I* Cm in Warsaw in
ElaS were wealthy
F PH in sive their son
feu money could buy
Pg I a professional
IKcSfit born. What
J[v' "1 aw" said his
RSching," said his moth-
ri,,rk, ,v serenely in his
$ened patiently to ge
";;,-,. He double
,. all. He became a
Inrka did not know where
Ctey. Ho just knew that
Kk was not for him. He
f understand arithmetic.
L t remember history. He
fclass and play with the
Es father nave him for his
birthdav. Once the watch
frunninfi. He took it
Rnarvcled at its "^ricacy.
E, little fingers here and
The watch began to tick,
^mate's watch broke. He
WsTnterests broadened.
bnd his fathert straight
(razor. Was that too tat*
Titsmak. .;,? An invest.ga-
Llowed. He Plied at the
tith his nails, with a knife,
[file until he succeeded in
roughening the edge. The next
day, the sight of his father's
bleeding face and the touch of
his mother's hairbrush put an end
to the investigation. His interest
reverted to watches.
Urka did not continue his edu-
cation in the gymnasium. He went
instead to a school for mechanics.
Theory bored him. But practice-
he could fix anything. He tink-
ered with machines. He tinkered
with automobiles. And finally, at
seventeen, he began to tinker
with locks. He took his stddies
seriously. When he managed to
open all the locks at school and '
at home, he began looking for
new, fertile fields. Warsaw
abounded in storehouses. At
night, when people had gone to
bed, Urka would slip silently out
of the house and wander about
the deserted factory district. The
next morning businessmen were
greatly surprised to find the doors
of their warehouses open.
Then Urka fell in love. He
was a tall husky youth. His face
was large and ruddy. Hit voice
was loud and booming. And the
object of his affections? A pe-
tite young lady with a small.
angelic countenance. She was
the daughter of the city's lead-
ing lawyer and traveled in re-
fined, cultured circles. Urka
strove to make a good impres-
sion. He even managed to wan-
gle a dinner invitation.
The fateful evening arrived.
Urka put on a new, blue suit. He
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perfumed his hair. At dinner he
kept his voice at an unusually
low pitch. And then he saw the
cabinet. The cabinet was locked
but with a lock the likes of
which Urka had not yet encoun-
tered. It was made of gold and '
was elaborately designed. It
ed to be three locks in one.
Urka could not resist the tempta-
tion. When the guests retired to
the draw.ng room, Urka set to
work. Deftly his fingers turned
the knob right. A click. Swiftly I
his fingers turned the knob left. I
A click. A circular motion and
the lock flew open. Urka succeed- j
ed in his taskbut, succeeded :,
i! at bung caught in the act.
The romance shattered. Urka
took stock of himself. He was
wasting his life away on foolish
prank-. If he could open locks so i
easily, why shouldn't he avail j
himself of the material that lay !
behind the locks? The next eight
years he did so. He organized a !
gang. They held up banks and
robbt d the wealthy. They broke
into warehouses. They acquired
great wealth but Urka never kept
his share of the spoils He gave
the money to the poor. He felt
that he was duly compensated by
the success of his ventures. To
the rich he became public enemy
No. 1. to the poor he became the
reincarnation of Robin Hood.
Then Urka was caught and im-
prisoned, but there was no
dampening his buoyant spirit. He
(Continued on Pane 31)
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vJenisiiflvrklton
had been ruled by the Supreme
Court that deportation of Pales-
tinian citizens was not '
Emergency defense regulations
were enacted of such sevcritj
Colonists Take Militant Stand
-
(Continued from Pane 28) { other vc;ir< to Eritrea, though it ,
Fifty thousand people marched
in a heavy downpour in the pro-
cession, which was headed by the
chairman of the Vaad Leumi,
representatives of the Chief Rab-
binate, the Jewish Labor Federa-
tion, and other important public that they were characterized by
bodies. Ithe Jewish Bar Association ol
Attempts to secure money and paiestin< as depriving the public
arms by violence took the form rf he fundamenta] rights of hu-
of raids upon military camps and
installations, robbery of bank man beings,
mi ssengers carrying payrolls,
holdup of a train known to cany
government funds, etc. The most
recent of such incidents occurred
one night in May when a mili-
tary camp was raided for arms
by terrorists. Seven British sol-
diers w< re shot dead in their
b, (Is. This was denounced every-
where in the Yishuv as an un-
pardonable outrage.
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Some three weeks after the
large scale riids on Jewish set-
tlements, cities, institutions and
the arrest of prominent Jewish
leaders as well as some .'f.000 men
and women, a terrific explosion
rocked thi King David hi tel in
,i. ..:, m and literally destroyed
th< offices of the Palestine gov-
i rnn enl si cretariat and Britii I
milil n > headquarters h o us ed ,
Several nights after the raid on there. The casualties were high
the camp British troops broke ,,; ^.M\, jncludil g many high-
into the villages of Nathanya and ranking Jewish and British civil
Beer Tuvia in reprisal, injuring L rvants, and 47 injured severely
civilians and damaging property. enougi | require hospitalization.
The authorities apologized for ,-,,. Djast ,, jujy oo was ,,.
their behavior but declared that mediately condemned by Jewish
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The steps taken by the au-
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that were the equivalent of
collective punishment. Pro-
longed curfews of two weeks or
more inflicted serious hard-
ships on whole communities,
disrupting business, transport,
social activities and cultural
life.
were taken into CUS-
' I.V by thi hundred and held
......thi ut trial. Si me
led this year, as in
I organizations in Palestine and
ghoul th< world as well as
by non-Jewish groups and states-
men, including President Truman.
The most immediate official re-
action was the occupation of Tel
Aviv I > 20,000 Bi itish troops and
P lici expi its who imposed .'.
I to kill" curfew and s< arch-
ed every house in the city. It
was officially announced that
than 100,000 of the city'J
bitants wire interrogated
during the four-day siege. In
Jerusalem a 16-day curfew was
imposed and numerous searches
ai i 8m sts were made.
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Murdered 98 Percent
olish Jews During War
** Jkmsti FkirSdton
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
_ Ninety-
K f the Jews who
**? Poland after Sep-_
I .4 as a result 01
939','nu o a detailed
S0iish Government
If nine sections of the re-
'" -Extermination of
gj pr0vides a statis-
^";',,;:;-Lifn.mtheout-
on Sept. 1
LocA: Picker
lightning-like
; lermans at the
.of the war. the report
317 000 Jews remained
the Nazi /one of occupa-
., i 157 000 were within
fey' annexed by the Ru.-
var's outbreak.
the course of German
towards the Jews, the re-
Jrti out that the concen-
', JrV, ,n urban areas
lU,d German persecution
nntual extermination. In a
entitled, -Phases and
. Solution of the
problem under the Ger-
(cupation," it is noted that
,.,,.', 5, rted to carry out
0f extermination
after the war
, ugh Poles were
red citizens of an inferior
the districts incorporated
Nazis, Jews were exclud-
, this category and
[ori Wi deprived of the
protection.
cont.mpt for the Jews
thc-ii a serii 5 of discriminatory
Uons hich, by Nov. 23,
.. I them to wear dis-
tinguishing marks. Previously,
they had been deprived of the
rights of travel and changing r< si-
dence, and their right to hold
property was at first limited and
later completely abolished.
Furthermore, Jewish communi-
ties had to contribute gold, silvei.
mrs and other valuables to the
Germans. Food rations allowed
ihe Jewish population were
smaller and poorer in qualitj
than those allowed the Poles, thi
Commission added.
Outlines Methods Used by Nazis
Beginning in 1940, ghettoe:
were instituted in many Polish
cities and towns. For this purpose
the worst districts of each com-
munity were chosen, resulting in
jvercrowding, disease and death.
Besides the ghettoes the Ger-
mans established other 'institu-
ions of extirpation;" forced laboi
.amps, training camps and final-
.y concentration and extermina-
.ion camps.
The Commission report t. 11s in
detail of the outrages committed
'Continued from Pane 29)
picked the prison locks and aided
the othei prisoners to escape.!
Hirnsi Ifhe was willing to serve
out his sentence. Time dragged.
Urka became bored. He had to
find a n w outlet for his gargan-'
tuan energy,
s he to write.
He wrote about the life that
he knew bestthe life of the
vagabond. He wrote about the
criminal's activities and vaca-
tions in prison. The guards were
delighted. They passed the ar- (
tides on to the warden. The
wardon was delighted and
passed the articles on to the
magazines. The periodicals
clamored for the works of this
novel author. And finally Urka
Nacholnik, Poland's new liter-
ary protege, was pardoned.
But Nacholnik had lost the zeal
.o vent,. He returned to his par-
>nts' homi an I resumed his tink-
i ir.fi with in."
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Then in 1939 Poland was invad-
(I and enslaved. And Urkato-
ethei with his fellow Jews, was
by the Germans against the Jews.. imprisoned in the Ghetto. Once
There were robberies, "sean h again Urka began tinkering with
ings,'' contributions, confiscations, locks. He organized a new gang-
taking hostages, beatings and tor- a gang that harassed the Nazis. At
tures, mockery, humiliation and night they filtered out of the
organization of insulting perform- Ghetto and broke into store-
ances (which were later filmed) houses. Tin next day the Jews
compulsory labor, rapes, desecra- would be properly fed. They
tion of sacred objects, burning of raided the warehouses. The next
synagogues and Jewish libraries, day the Jews would be warmly
expulsions and individual and clothed. Dynamite would be
collective executions, the report j shipped into Warsaw. That night
MR. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
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COMPANY
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AND FAMILY
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HOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
I, Roger W. Arnold
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
fcSON'S i.KEETTNGS
T A M 1 A M I
C V CLE
1561 S W. 8th Street
said.
By dividing the Nazi policy of
extermination of the Polish Jews
into two phases, the Commission
found that up to the time of the
Nazi attack en the Soviet Union
in June 22, 1941, 500,000 Jews
'had perished. From the summer
of 1941 to February, 1945, 2.300,-
I 000 Jews died at the hands of the
: Germans
reports that
I Jews were k
| Germans. These Jews came bnef-
i ly from Hungary, Czechoslovakia.
Austria, France, Belgium, Italy,
and Greece.
the bridgi wn up. And
Urka develop, i ,, new talentthe
talent of silent, swift murder. He
resolved a Nazi a month and a
Nazi a month it was foi 18 months.
The nineteenth month Urka was
ired. How he was kill
. ni knows. Wl i re he was buried
no one knows. But rumor has it
that the1 Nazis invented an un-
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died at tne nanas oi u ^ .md ^^^ t
, The Commission also p t d not
that 1,000,000 non-Pol,., U*> .J ^ ^ d
re killed in Poland by the ..... k might
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,,, opi n that lock. Urka might
ha\ But thenUrka is dead.
(Copyright Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate)
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FRIDAY, &
Jewish Scientists Aid Miracle Drug Discoveries
(Continued from Poe 27)
working notably against tubercu-
losis, typhoid fever, whooping
cough, undulant fever and gastro-
intestinal infections.
Dr. Waksman came to America
from Priluka, a small town near
Kiev in Russia, in 1910. His fam-
ily looked upon America as the
typical land of opportunity, and
did not see much of that in Czar-
ist Russia. From the very first
he was cut out for distinction.
Despite the handicaps of a new
language and new customs, he'
quickly obtained his bachelor of
science and master of science de-
grees from Rutgers and at the
age of 30 was granted his doctor-
ate from the University of Cali-
fornia. He specialized in soil
microbiology and has taught at ;
Rutgers since 1918.
The professor worked on a
simple theory in attempting to
find the new and powerful medi-
cine.
"We know certain microbes will
destroy others," he said. "So we
tried to isolate a microbe which
would be the most effective
against other types of microbes,
such as those which cause typhoid
and tuberculosis. When we found
tory conditions and, in addition,
is more expensive to produce than
penicillin.
Hundreds of frantic calls came
in from civilians, begging for
streptomycin for critical cases.
Now these appeals will be an-
swered quickly, for 15 companies
in the country are making it and
some are building special plants.
In a fiw months a large com-
mercial supply of the drug will
be on the market.
While the accomplishments
of men like Dr. Chain and Dr.
Waksman are already inscribed
in the hall of fame and that of
Dr. Lowew still awaits the
critical lest of lime, there are ,
many great Jewish scienlists
I who have been palienlly ex-
ploring some of the other mys-
teries of the world of microbes
and bacteria. Space, of course,
does not permit describing their
achievements or hopes, but one
man in the Midwest is worthy
of mention.
Ho is Dr. Harry Goldblatt of
Western Reserve university in
Ohio, the foremost experimenter
with anti-reticular cytoxic serum
(commonly called ACS) in Amer-
ica. ACS is the discovery of a
Russian who was half Jewish, Dr.
A. A. Bogomolets, who died sev-
eral weeks ago. It is a fasclnat-
individuals. He discovered it in
a small town in southern Russia
where an amazing number of
men and women were over 100
years of age. Their tissue was
young and he deduced that this
was the difference between them
and prematurely aged people.
In 1936, after 12 years of pre-
liminary experiments with ani-
mals, Dr. Bogomolets used ACS
on humans and found it a miracle
drug in treating infected wounds,
osteomyelitis, arthritis, gangrene, i
lung abscesses, bone fractures arid |
cancer after operation, the latter
In prevent re-occurrence.
Now Dr. Goldblatt is carrying
on this work, with a large grant
made by American benefactors.
At present he is compiling an-
swers to questionnaires which in-
dicate how the first 3,000 patients
treated with it have fared.
Much will be heard from Dr.
Goldblatt and much will be heard
of ACS.
this microbe, we built it up and
fattened it under ideal conditions.
Then we robbed it of his fighting ing drug in thatif startling pie-
chemicals and used this substance dictions come trueit can pro-
for ourselves against typhoid or long life to 125 or 150 years. How-
t.b. in humans." ever, neither Dr. Bogomolets nor
In 1944, the drug first appeared Dr. Goldblatt ever made such
but its use was confined to Army claims for it.
patients. Three lives were saved What is ct rtain, however, is
the first week it was applied. The that the connective tissues of the
only trouble was that the drug human body deteriorates and
could not be produced in suffi- when it does, what we know as
Ciently large quantities to take old age sets in. Dr. Bogomolets
care of all emergencies. It must discovered a serumACSwhich
grown slowly under labora- when injected gives new life to
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PAGE THIRTY-THREE
ringtime For Benny Modern Short Story
M. MELACHMAN
' was hardly opened
was in and it
Old Solomon
* around from the
Lced
bor
ie Mre
again
she was
cloth
pon the table. _Her
tiled happiness, Wl
fturnal to fear.
I rV she sighed as she
fcroun 5! come. They're still
for you."
kisswl her bent head.
nJSTon Rosh Hashona
Kid 1 bo if not here?
C do we get for sup-
Such a duck I have roast-
,e mother began when
Interrupted.
lc'nnv. you can't eat here.
very foolish to come
roust go at once. It's not
..u oive vou some
cake and wine to take
n and then you must go
wherever you're stay-
Ipapal" said Becky. ''He's
Lv Let him stay for a
Tpport. The poor boy isnt
[right. Look how thin he
Ie eyi I
Iri
her husky son
Lr laufihed. "Oh I'm eating
L Kama But a holiday
Ishould be eaten with one's
family." He turned to his father.
"No one saw me, Pop, I was very
careful."
His father shook his head.
"No, honestly, Pop, no one saw
me. But if I go back now, maybi
I won't be so lucky. I thought I'd
stay here till about two or three
in the morning when everyone's
asleep. It will be safer then. Now
it will be more dangerous."
Solomon looked sternly at his
son. "You shouldn't have come,
Benny. It was very foolish. They
have a price on your head! You
must stay away for a while."
"Sure, Pop. Only I'm here
now."
Solomon shrugged his should-
ers. He got up and walked over
to a cabinet on which stood a
bottle of wine and glasses. He
gave a glass of the wine to Benny
and Becky and took one for him-
self. Lifting it high, he said with
a twisted grin on his face, "Next
year, Jerusalem."
"Where are the girls?" asked
Benny, drinking the wine.
"In the kitchen where I should
be if we want to eat tonight," said
his mother. She patted the back
of a chair. "Sit down and rest.
Right away we'll eat."
Some minutes later the table
was still unset. When Anna and
Sarah heard that Benny was m
the house they had run into the
living-room to greet him. Now
they were sitting over another i
glass of wine, telling him the lat-
est news about the police drive
against the Haganah. Only the
mother was working in the kitch-
en, although she would have liked
to follow her daughters.
A knock was heard. While the
others looked at each othir in
fear, Benny began running to-
wards the kitchen. The front door
was thrown open and a small boy
came running in. his face bloated
by the tears that were still run-
ning clown his cheeks.
"Benny? Where's Benny?"
Bunny stopped and returned to
the center of the room.
"Nu, Manele," said Solomon,
anxiously. "What is the matter?
I How did you know Benny was
I here?"
All pressed around the boy ex-
cept Benny who was still ready
to start running again.
It was hard for the boy to talk
over the soba that made him gulp
and choke.
"Someone saw him come in
here and he went to tell the police
. so I came."
"Who was it?" asked Benny,
' coming closer. "What bloody bas-
taid turned informer?"
The boy started crying. "I don't
know," he almost screamed. "I
| don't know. I came to tell you. I
did!"
I "Did you tell the police?" asked
Becky, drawing her arms away
from the boy.
"No no!" he cried. "I only came
to tell. I don't want Benny
caught. I don't want any of them
caught. I never told. I wouldn't."
The adults looked at each other,
violently. You can't. He only
Sarah said, grimly.
The boy stopped crying, fear
stark on his face. He grabbed
Sarah's arm.
"You won't hurt him," he cried
violently. "You can't. He only
wanted the money. He didn't
mean any harm. I came to tell,
didn't I? Doesn't that make it all
right?"
He looked into the unrespond-
ing faces of the adults. Then, sud-
denly, he turned and ran, crying,
out of the house.
As soon as the boy was gone,
Solomon said, "You must go at
once, Benny." He stepped to his
si m and kissed his forehead. "God
keep you safe," he murmured.
Becky was crying nervously.
Anna had run out of the house
after the boy. Now she returned.
"I think there are several army
cars coming towards here. They're
still some distance away but they
seem to be coming in this direc-
tion."
"If you leave now, they'll sure-
ly pick you up," said Sarah, sad-
ly. They'll throw a cordon around
this whole area and search it
thoroughly."
"Ach, kindele, kindele," sobbed
Becky. Solomon wiped a nervous
tear from his eye as he tried to
peer out the window. Becky
threw her arms fiercely around
Benny who looked distraught and
bewildered. The girls looked help-
lessly at the others. Then a slow
smile spread over Sarah's face.
"Ach, kindele, kindele,"^ she
mimicked her mother. "Look
Benny," she began speaking more
rapidly. "I think I know what to
do. It may not work but they
can't do any more to you if they
find you than they'll do if you
just give yourself up when they
get here. Pop, you answer the
door. Keep them outside until
Mama says they should come in.
Everyone but Pop come to my
room."
She ran towards a door. "Hur-
ry,' she called back as the others
ran after her.
The captain, a very correct
British officer, knocked loudly on
the door. The two hard-bitten
privates looked around them. One
spat on the mezussah. The captain
saw but made no comment. Im-
patiently he knocked again. After
a few moments, the door opened
a little bit. Solomon looked out
nervously. "Yes?" he asked in a
low, frightened voice.
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Springtime For Benny
(Continued from Page 33)
The Captain tried to push past
him, but Solomon resolutely kept
the door almost closed. "Yes?"
he asked again in a louder, surer
voice.
"We have been told that Ben-
jamin Gruenberg, who is wanted
by the authorities is visiting you
tonight."
"My son is not here. I haven't
sien him for some time."
"We know he is here. Tell him
to give himself up."
Solomon shruggd. "He is not
here. I don't know where he is.
I have told you so many times.
"You cannot fool HU Majes-
ty's Army." said tin- Captain, im-
portantly.
"I know. It is very sn art, his
Majesty's Army: Smart enough
not to send decent soldiers I
but to send Mosley's scum!" Solo-
mon threw a murderous look at
the privatt s. Oni
ening step closer. The Captain
ly stepped in fr< nt of him.
"If your son doesn't come out. He turned to Becky. "1 will go
we will go in and get him." myself. You don't have I
"Poppa," exclaimed Bedky afraid of me. I will nol
"Let them come and yi ur daughti
see foi themselves. Momserem!" Becky looked at Sol mon, then
soft voice. "I'll just open the door and look
S lomon reluctantly stepped In," he pleaded.
Silentlj i< s Idiers looked Becky looked at Solomon, then
the room. Becky then led slowly opened the door. The
I kitchen, pointedly captain looked around th<
by 1U bent di wn and tri< d to
Solo- across the room under thi I i i
ked around in surprise. There was no oni there. H wevei
Where v thi supper? Then he there was another door to the
girls do now-a-days? Go out aftt r
dark and be raped like Lisa Le-
vin?" The Captain thought un-
easily of the most unfortunate oc-
currence ol a few days In fore.
"No." Becky continued, "my
daughters stay home safe in their
own beds. And." She added, "N<
men go into their rooms."
"I'm sorry, Madam, I ut we
must search that room. At
The Captain tried to move B
aside. She uttered a shrill,
ing scream. "Help.' she 5Cr<
hysterically. "Help, rape!"
Solomon, not knowing what
was happening, but following his
.:. lead, ran to an opt n win-
dow and closed it. But through
the other open window came the
: of running feet. A knock
len d .it the door.
The Captain was red and
sweating. He thoug I tl
dier who had be n so i fficu ntly
punish' d : crime bj t:.>
ni -: i 15. "Guard the
d h< snapped. "Hot:. 11 you."
loset. Only clothes' He turn-
ed and scutted out of the room,
a free man.
Hastily h< left the house, the
two soldiers silently following.
i ii j pushed through the little
group gath red outside. The cap-
tain tin. w ., na-ty glance at one
of ihe iron. Old Solomon, follow-
noticed the glance. Little
Manny's father! He would not In*
. ...
, time later hi re-< ntered
He went into his
dauj i droom.
"They arc gone," he said. "But
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l not opened
AH tl -upper
tilj | laced in
t
Thi Capl left the kit
Oi ned a
i huge
room. He looked at Becky.
"Th ?"
"It is only a closet." Becky
started to close the bedroom
u The captain, looking ill
kt ea.-e. Stopped her.
"I must look in the (.'
Conflict over the local kash-
rus situation supposedly came
to an end with the recognition
and financial support of the
Greater Miami Vaad by Fed-
eration. Out in the cold, as far
as Federation was concerned,
was the Miami Beach Vaad
(directed by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff) which refused to
combine with the Miami Vaad
(directed by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky) as Federation had
previously suggested.

Despite bedsheet shortages,
out came the Ku Klux Klan
again, two years after its al-
leged disbanding. Miami had
its share of KKK baclchall
meetings, billboards, cross burn-
ing, threats etc. Local action
against the Klan added up to
little more than censure by or-
ganized groups.
j-U-LI*LJ*-|-ei*LI*ll*M-W-|-W-M*W***l,-| *
kies in his pocket Becky seemed about to SCI
How the offi- j "1 will just go to the closet and
e, r. Becky g up the jar comi '. at one.." Hurriedly he
and thrust it into hi H
looked ..'. ment.
"The J' we don't eat contamin-
cent mptu-
: the Cap-
tain. She led int
the om
At I.V one
: eft The
t it. Becky sti od in front
the i :.
V in hi :." she
n
I | Captain,
I | iis your New
E\
"No day is a
I the house
What car. young
stipp< d into the :
Becky ran and stood in front i f
the bed. The two girls who had
been silently staring began to
cry. One bicame hysterical. Solo-
mon ran into the room. The cap-
tood by t
"Now. now." he said distra ti I
ly keeping his eyes away I
: bed "Now. now girls. Don't
bo afraid. Nothing will happen to
you. I'm only looking :
brotb.i :
At this the girls cried more
violently. Becky cried. Solomon
Kee| g close to
tl i wall, thinking of the m
soldier, the captain :cached the
door. He hurriedly looked into
where is !* nny?"
"Laughing, the girls jumped out
! f bed. "Are you sure they're
gom '.'" asked Sarah.
"Yes," said Solomon.
"Let me out of hen," called a
muffled voice.
The three wi men Hulled off
dcovers. "Giv a hand. Pap-
pa." said Becky. Solomon helped
them roll back the mattress. On
the middle of the spring was Ben-
ny, lying with his face pressed
against the spring. Groaning, he
elped to his feet. They
laughed at his face, criss-crossed
bj the wires of the spring.
He kissi d hi.- mother. "What a
tigress!" He started to kiss his
sisters, then playfully smacked
Anna. "Next time' stay on your
own side of the bed and don't roll
i v. : on top f me," he said.
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yd Peace, Domestic Harmony Face Test in 5707
B. PHILIP
* -707 which started
ll^r-'inthehis-
in the his-
in the his-
jewBh people in par-
witness the es-
whether America U to keep up Wy New V rk which will es-
itt economic prosperity or de- ..,,,,,,, wm es
scend into another great de- modua Vivendi, which
presiion like that of 1929 will w,u restore some peace to the
be decided during the year. Holy Land. Will that decision be
Will what b called "free en- favorable to th yearning of Jew-
terprise." be given again un- I a national home of
in? Will they be able to emigrate ] clarified during the year.
limited sway, or will govern-
ment controls over the eco-
nomic life of the country, like
OPA, be continued? Will we
maintain full employment or
hi.- :
Bortai '
Win and
: lenced, there was
and foremost,
be made to get
Ei on outlawing the
Erf the atomic bomb.
Gireful threat now hang-
fil ,mankind, As this is
America and Rus-
reached no agree-
Tniernati nal control of
inWiU Bussia finally ac-
AXJan plan? W.ll
to the Russian
will decide this
ssue that faces
v< ry individ-
. allow atomic
, ivilization or
Ives before it
ite"
i ,nce will dur-
I ti ".me anew the
| lween nations in
and attempt to restore
if- ,,, that hungry, half-
,,1 continent. Will the
ites prove the salvation
ic, will they bring a hap-
," the I undreds of mil-
who live on this
that the Peace Confer-
0[ continents where
civilization was born and
led fur many centuries
.,. ,. .1 was transplant-
: ents? Or will the
inly bring new
misery to Euro-
e will tell.
in the United States dur-
month of November we
Ject a new Congress, or
ise, two-thirds
American con-
:d system being what it
lose of the separation of
utivc and the legislative
ot government in the
an systi ni, we shall not
new governmentthat's
idi ntlal election
most important thing
I" congressional
fnmi an international
of view is whether a ma-
lof the m i. iv elected con-
|f" and si nators will sup-
V'1 international point of
[' Franklin Roosevelt
Icndcll Willkie bequeathed
land which President Tru-
p upholdingthe view of
orld in v.: ich nations shall
be muturally helpfulor
f'V n turn to isolationism
f the power for
(which America, the most
^l country in the world,
exercise in the world at
During thi year while the
[elected Coi mess will be
lall know the an-
M'nally, jhe question of
their own. or will it make an end
piration? Will
largi -.- ale Ji wish immigration
into I be allowed, or only
a limited one? Will Palestinian
arrive at mass unemployment? Jewry be given a large degree of
Will we build homes for all who self-government?
need them, or will we allow Not only I of Palestinian
speculating real ors. gouging Jew bu1 also thai of a million
bu.ld.ng material manufactur- an, g in Europe
ers. racketeering labor unions [outside of Ru Great Brit-
and all the other forces of self-
ishness to strangle the efforts
of millions of Americans to ob-
tain decent shelter for them-
selves? This coming year will
tell the story.
ain, wi be d< cided during this
to happier climes? How many
will be allowed to enter the
United States? How many will
other countries admit? We shall
learn as the year goes on.
Will Poland, that once teem-
ing center of Jewish life, be
emptied completely of Jews, or
will the pogrom element of that
unhappy country be finally li-
quidated, so that Jews may be
enabled to live again in a coun-
try where they had lived half a
millenium and had established a
flourishing culture? And will the
Jews of Rumania and Hungary
my future for themselves in
those countries, or will they too
s million and a Deg tor immigration visas? Will
half, whi urvived in Europe
edly I there by Get
a million must
For the Jewish people this emij e there 3 no fu-
coming year 5707 will be one of ture, no hope for thi m in their
the most decisive in its entire his- native lands.
tory. The fate of Palestine for a
long time to come will surely be
decided during the coming 12
months. The unrest, the dis-
order, the terror in which Pales-
They are hungry, they are des-
stitute, they are despondent
them who do
not flee from pogroms and take
ter in displaced persons'
tinians have been living cannot tamps under Allied military con-
continue much longer. A deci- trol. Will they be able to cmi-
sion must very soon be reached mate t happier climes? How
by the United Nations Asscm- many of them will Palestine take
Fiance admit a largo number of
Jewish immigrants from those
countries, or will other countries?
We don't know as yet, but dur-
ing the coming twelve months we
1 probably learn.
We shall also find out during
the next twelve months whether
racial and religious prejudice in
the United States, particularly
anti-Semitism, is decreasing or
Retting stronger, and if the tide
of prejudice is rising what we
can do to halt it. Some of the
internal problems, too, if Amer-
ican Jews will become more
Shall our Judaism here remain
what has been called a "charity
Judaism," a matter of philan-
thropy, or shall it become deep-
ened and more spiritualized? Shall
ye continue to neglect the Jewish
education of our children, as we
have been neglecting it for a
whole generation and thus lost a
generation, or shall we make a
real effort to imbue our children
with a love and loyalty for those
Jewish spiritual values that were
handed down to us by our ances-
tors?
Shall we discard those values
for the superficial glitter of
something we call "modern" and
which is empty of all content, by
which human beings must final-
ly realize that they cannot live?
The year 5707 may not be deci-
sive in this regard, but it may
point the direction in which
American Jewery is to develop
in the future, it may show wheth-
er American Jewry wishes to cm-
bark upon a healthy, fullrblood-
ed Jewish life here or desires to
embrace an empty, anemic as-
similationism.
So we must wait and hope that
5707 will turn out as we want
it turn out, that it will not belie
all our aspirations.
F ALL MY FRIENDS
NT HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAVE WHITTAN
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[IJISA PI.KASURE
[TO EXTEND
|NCERE AND BEST
IRISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
fEORGE H. CABEL
pHONE 7-1136
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|upHOLSTERlNG
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* Jewish fk*kltori_
FRIDAY
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. & Mrs. L. Seiderman
518 Euclid Avenue
SCHNEIDER
DYNAMITE
and
MACHINERY
Company
990 N. W. N. River Drive
Phones 2 1315 & 4-3265
RUSSELL'S TROPICAL
FRUIT JUICES. Inc.
Manufacturers of
TROPICAL FRUIT and
VEGETABLE JUICES
Fresh Fruit Concentrates
Fruit Syrups and Fruit Pulps
For Ice Cream Manufac-
turers and Bottlers
1166 S- W. FIRST ST.
PHONE 9-3449
HAPPY NEW YEAR
of
CORAL GABLES
CHRIS BELER
REALTOR
Real Estate : Finance
Business Opportunities
76'2 N. E. First Street
(Corner N. E. First Ave.)
PHONE 3-5371
B A I R D
ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Contractors
Electrical Appliances
624 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-6831
ALBERT KRAINSON
Registered Real Ettate Broker
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
SALES and RENTALS
INVESTMENTS
771 N. W. 79th Street
PHONE 7-1952
Congress Upheld Jewish
Plea For Homeland
AS THE JEWISH NATIONAL HOME.
Whereas the Sixty-Seventh Co= of the United State.
tira taasffijgfez saw
National Home for the Jewish people. JM^SU civil
,nd that the holy places and MUgWul
a^relYgTous rights of Christian and all other --jfSUSB
ESlS. VSSZJ&&J& ^adequately protected':
"And whereas the ruthless persecution of the **
in Europe has clearly demonstrated the need for a Jewisn
Homeland as a haven for the large numbers who have become
homeless as a result of this persecution:
"And whereas these urgent necessities are evidenced by the
Presidents request for the immediate right of entry into Pales-
tine of one hundred thousand additional Je?1,h "".,
"And whereas the influx of Jewish immigration into Pales-
tine is resulting in its improvement in agricultural, financial,
hvaienic and general economic conditions; .
"And whereas the President and the British Prime Minis-
ter have agreed upon the appointment of a Joint Anglo-Amer-
ican Committee of Enquiry to examine conditions in Palestine
as they bear upon the problem of Jewish immigration and the
Jewish situation in Europe and have requested a report within
120 days:
"Therefore be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Rep-
resentatives concurring, that the interest shown by the Presi-
dent in the solution oi this problem is hereby commended, and
that the United Slates shall use its good offices with the Manda-
tory Power to the end that Palestine shall be opened for free
entry of Jews into that country to the maximum of its agricul-
tural and economic polenlialitiss, and that there shall be full op-
portunity for colonization and development, so that they may
freely proceed with the upbuilding of Palestine as the Jewish
National Home and, in association with all elements of the
population, establish Palestine as a democratic commonwealth
in which all men. regardless of race or creed, shall have equal
rights."
AMERICA. THROUGH ITS ELECTED REPRESENTA-
TIVES. HAS DEMONSTRATED. ONCE AGAIN, ITS TRADI-
TIONAL REGARD FOR JUSTICE AND ITS DEEP CONCERN
FOR FREEDOM FOR ALL PEOPLE.
(Text of the resolution calling for a free Palestine passed
by acclamation in both the Senate, December 17, 1945 and
the House of Representatives. December 19. 1945.)
Sylvan Paterno Upfiolsteting
1359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-0744
Wishes All Their Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
That All Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF
361 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 2-2792
s \i
Producers of the Finest
RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL
ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL
JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
GREETINGS
FROM
Butler's Inc.
SHOE STORES
STORES ALL OVER THE SOUTH
GREETINGS...
Mi
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OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATIC
STANDARD OIL PRODUCESi
Complete Service
"With a Smile" ,
2065 S. W. 8th Street
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
'1'
Iron of All Descriptions
RICHIE PLUMBING SUPPLY^
New and Used Plumbing SuddBm
2116 N. W. 27th AVEnX;
I. LEVIN "j*
MIAMl.FL0Rm|
TO ALL OF YOU
May the New Year Bring You Health and HPP
OSCAR E. DOOLEY. Jjl
AND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
MYRON & ORBKNTRKK
.!. W. OLDFIBLP
TH08. B. KRBEOER
HARRT W. WATTS
J. ALKX MAI,U>Y
P. K. Mi-HARRT
PATRICK H. HARNi:s
INGRAHAM BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
1: v ERnMANir-
JACK K raoius1
MERCANTILE BANK 1J
MIAMI BEACH FlaM
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAS
m
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL SAAL 4 FAMEY
SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, Inc.
iff
79 N. W. 20th Street
Miami, Ii|
$
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR
MIAMI BEACH
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY
SINCERE WISHES
FO R A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. LEATHERMAN
$
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY


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PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
erica Gives Asylum to D Ps
By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL
chairman of tha board of the United Service for New
Enflel rincipal national welfare agency eerving the foreign
rJ' "IS! rt State*, which hat conaolldated the National Refugee
rthe un sarvica to Faralgn Born of the National Council
Lnd the Na ^ |(|< eonio||d,tlon, Mra. Engel waa chairman
? WTsrvice to Foreign Born of NCJW.)
Rational q-----------------------------------------_-----------___
the brightest moments
Jfsh ^nals of the year
E a t 9 o'clock on the
army transport,
|tys
ring"1 i^
to the
dock, decks and
HSng'rrowded with pas-
eaPfrly scanning the
an skvline.
[had Kon many gala ar-
1 New York harbor since
tf the war of ships bring-
* American soldiers. This
lerent.
Las tne arrival of the
Lp Marine Flasher, bnng-
Erst gr Vsecution as immigrants
Lted States under Presi-
uman's directive for the
|of displnfd persons and
The event was a con-
Lonstratmn of the mean-
Ihe great American tradi-
tsylum for the oppressed.
, were many more such
rivals later. Dispossessed
neless people reached our
Ifrom Europe and other
the world at the rate of
i a month, and they are
"ing- au
uman directive did not
|te any sudden shift in
In policy. It was a logical
of previous develop-
[Refugees had come here
Bce 1933. For years a large
Jie public had known gen-
land the Government had
been very keenly and vividly
aware, that these people had
made a remarkably rapid and
satisfactory adjustment to Amer-
ican life, and were making con-
tributions to their new country
far out of proportion to their
comparatively small numbers.
The directive made no change
in American policy; it simply
provided machinery for imple-
menting that policy. Consular
offices were established in Ger-
many, empowered to issue visas,
and all departments of the Gov-
ernment were ordered to cooper-
ate in speeding immigration of
refugees and displaced persons
under the quotas. In this way, the
President pointed out, America
would set a humanitarian exam-
ple for other nations. The weight
of that example is now beinng
felt, and its full effects have not
yet by any means been ex-
hausteded.
A most significant passage in
the directive was the President's
reference to the responsibilities of
privatly supported welfare agen-
cies. Such agencies, he pointed
out, had performed a major task
in and adjustment of refugees
coming to the United States in
the past, and in preventing any
of them from becoming public
charges. They would be expected
to do the same for those now to
arrive. This was, in fact, the key-
stone of the entire program.
These agencies were the Na-
tional Refugee Service, whose
work was supported by the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and the two
agencies had, between them, car-
ried by far the largest part of the
responsibilities indicated by the
President. Together, they offered
a complete program of aid to the
newcomers, providing all the
services needed to bring about
rapid and thoroughgoing adjust-
ment. These agencies were the
National Refugee Service and the .
National Service to Foreign Born
of the National Council of Jew-'
ish Women. They were now con- |
fronted with one of the largest {
tasks they had ever undertaken. '
The first phase, which had to
be entered into almost immedi- '
ately was "Operation Oswego." i
Under the Presidential directive, |
the refugees in the emergency ]
Shelter were to be permitted to
apply for quota visas and enter
the United States as immigrants.
This had to be done within weeks, |
so that quotas for subsequent '
months could be used for immi-
grants from Europe. A rush job
of migration assistance, trans-
portation and resettlement was
required. NRS and NCJW joined
forces for the purpose. The speed
and effectiveness with which the
liquidation of the Oswego shelter
was carried out are matters of
history.
The cooperation of the two
(Continued on Page 38)
IHAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
ess Garment Co.
N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-1257
ICRANE' S
SERVICE
TAT IO N
lUNOCO PRODUCTS"
Up and Delivery Service
ROAD SERVICE
J17 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7-9533
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Besl Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CITY LAUNDRY, Inc.
2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
u
GREETINGS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. L. DAVIS CO.. INC.
TOBACCO WHOLESALERS
548 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-3416
I SINCERE WISHES
for
4ost Hap'py New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
frlEPARD BROAD
AND TAMILY
m
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EDGEWATER HOSPITAL
162 N. E. 49th Street Phone 7-3555
MR. end MRS.
| DAVID BROWN
and Family
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
[HAPPY NEW YEAR

Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GENERAL INSULATING CO.
MAKE YOUR HOME COOLER^ ^ ^
420 Lincoln Road ^^ ^^
E.
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy New Year
G "DON" GRAHAM
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY
OJUS. FLORIDA
'
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
KARL & KARL
TAILORS AND IMPORTERS
215 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 9-1960
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE GREETINGS OUR M^ IEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATOONb
,DEAL UPHOLSTERING SHOPPES ^
539 S- W. 12th Avenue_
ijj
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LOEB and GOTTFRIED
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO.
41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE
Electric MotorsGeneratorsMachineryMarine Work
PENINSULAR ARMATURE WORKS. Inc.
ARMATURE WINDING AND MOTOR REPAIRS
1653 North Miami Avenue Miami 36. Florida
Day Phone 2-0370 Night Phone 7-1176
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEROTA PLUMBING CO.
Plumbing Heating Installations
739 5th St, Miami Beach Phone 58-2585

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SEASON'S GREETINGS
A. H. BRANNON
FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS
Canal Street
4{i
New Year Greetings .
NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS
250 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9501
y?
Season's Greetings .
MR. and MRS. LOUIS J. SONNEBORN
916 42nd Street
Miami Beach
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ACME SEPTIC TANK CO.
5705 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone. 7-7613
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
if
ACE BAG & METAL CO.
METALS BAGS WASTE MATERIALS
1112 N. W. 6th Avenue
PHONE 2-7819


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NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
D. W. McCOY. Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Branches
1549 S. W. 8th Street
PHONES 9-22453-2991
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NEW
YEAR
GREETINGS
f
G. J. G.
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IN THE HEART OF
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Miami's Mosl Popular Bar
11 i
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279 East Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8944
Opc. Cor. Elks Club
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
AMERICAN
HOTEL
PLACEMENT
SERVICE
SEYBOLD BUILDING
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SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE 2-8181
Seybold Bldg. Miami
T
EIDENIRt
MOTORS
USED CARS
BOUGHT or SOLD
2820 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-8252
America Gives Asylum
(Continued from Page 37)
agencies, which worked so well
at Oswego, was thin extended to
the larger tasks in connection
with immigration from over-
seas.
Then came the formation of
United Service for N w A
icans, consolidating the two ag-
encies and inheriting from both
their trained professional staffs,
experience, and "know-how," to-
gether with their programs and
respi risibilities. The consolida-
tion also placed at the disposal
of the new agency the tremen-
dous reservoir of skilled volun-
teer women workers who had
been profesionally trained and
President Greets
American Jewry
This is President Harry S. Tru-
message to American Jt wry
on Rosh Hashona:
To all my fellow citizens of
the Jewish faith I extend
hearty greetings and good
wishes on their New Year's
Day.
Its celebration this year
comes at a time when the
United States and its allies are
seeking to lay the foundation
of lasting peace in the world.
This task cannot be completed
unless all persons, without dis-
tinction of race, language or
religion, are made secure in the
enjoyment of their inherent
human rights. To this end, the
treaties of peace now being
discussed bind the nations who
warred against human freedom
to guarantee to all their peo-
ples freedom of opinion, free-
dom of expression, freedom of
assembly and freedom of wor-
ship.
These freedoms are the heri-
tage of centuries of civilization.
All of us share the responsi-
bility for seeing that they are
extended to all mankind.
supervised by the National Serv-
i t0 Foreign Born of NCJW, as
well as the devoted local commit-
tees throughout the country
which had ...operated with NRS.
The consolidation was effected
on August 1.
Enjoying the financial support
previously provided for the work
of NRS by the United Jewish
Appeal, United Service for New
Americans furnishes the greatest
and most complete welfare pro-
mam for newcomers ever of-
fered in this country. It begins
, v. D before they arrive, first
with location services that put
refugei a abroad in touch with
their relatives here, and then
with migration service which
provides help and guidance in
preparation and filing of affida-
vits and other documents re-
quired in arranging for visas.
Under the Truman directive,
the ;'g" tcy also undertakes an-
other type of responsibility in
migrationissuance of its cor-
porate affidavit. This is provided
in eases where adequate individ-
ual affidavits are not available.
Immigrants whose visas are bas-
ed on th. United Service affi-
davit constitute only a fraction
of all whom the agency assists.
Many of those coming on affida-
vits of others turn to the "Unit-
ed" for assistance they cannot
obtain elsewhere. Nevertheless,
thi figures on corporate affida-
vit- are significant. Of the 2974
immigrants who arrived on cor-
porate affidavits aboard the first
six ships from Europe, USNA is
| the affiant for 1R30. In addition,
, USNA carries corporate responsi-
bility for all 824 of the former
Ji wish residents of the Oswego
Shelter.
Th.- work on behalf of the con-
centration camp survivors im-
migrating under this so-called
European Project is perhaps the
most dramatic. At the same time
immigration of refugees to the
United States from other coun-
tries throughout the world has
increased.
$
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. Holden Beckwith
Jack Holden Beckwith
Exodonists
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Miami, Florida
!i!
Mr. and Mrs.
PHILIP STEIR
Wish All Their Friends
and Relatives
A Most
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
in
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
MUSH ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling, Alliqator
Farm, Museum, Wishing Well,
Curio ShopBuses 15 and 19
or Yacht Seminole Queen

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A Most Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
y
CHAS. A. FOX. Prop.
FOX BRAKE SERVICE
2626 N. E. 2nd At..
PHONE 3-5530
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MR. and MRS. JACK ADELMAN
AND
JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BARNES CAST STONE
SHOP
262 N. E. 54th St.
7-0314
Beit Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
PHONE 2-2860
For An Auction Ute The
"WRIGHT WAY"
MR. and MRS.
A. P. GANNES
and Family
Extend New Year Greetings
to the Board of Director of
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and their families, their
many friends and the Jewish
Community of Greater Miami
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Mr "* Mr. Si_ 1
A MOST HApffjg1
F0U* SISTE3
HUHGahi 1
RESTAURA*'
"SWuhiagto^ f
pH0NE 5-370,'
MR. and MB&
MORTONS. FAG
ialce This Oppcthl
To Wish Their mS]
Friends
A HAPPY ARD
PROSPEROUS NEWl
BISCAYNE ROLLER SKATING PALACf
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH
NEW MAPLE FLOATING NOISELESS FL00B
150 N. W. First St.. V2 Block West ol Court How
Open 7:30 to 11 Every Evening Including Sunder
Matinee Sunday 2 to 5 P.M.
A Murray L. Rose Enterprue
Beat Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
C. S. VAUGHAN
PLUMBING and HEATING
1716 N. W. 45th Street Phone 7HW
FLOOR
SANDING
DOING QUALITY WORKW
FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI
ACE CONTRACTORS I
2131 N. W. 51st St.
PheMMHfl
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. GEORGE J. BERTMAN
and FAMILY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING COMPAQ
17 N. W. THIRD STREET
PHONE 2-3845
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. M. BEAR & SONS
Sunland Fashions of Miami
50 S. E. FIRST STREET
BAB AD'S
SPARKLING SELTZER WATER
40 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
WISH ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY m.
APGAR EMPLOYMENT AGENCi
SEYBOLD BUILDING


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r^^EETINGS
[oVE & MEYERS
1 s. Miami Avenu*
IpHONE 3-1637_______
0d Mrs. Ben Giller
L Best Wishes for a
tapPY New Year
to All
I V. GALARDI
SEYBOLD BLDG.
|S ALL HIS FRIENDS
Lappy NEW YEAR
land Mrs. M. Drucker
and Family
Original Druckar"
II Their Relatives and
Fi icnds
IAPPV NEW YEAR
JSOH'S GREETINGS
EORGE BERNARD
Buildinq Miami. Fla.
(SON'S GREETING
PRESERVING
CO., Inc.
N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
Among the GI's returning to
Miami was Morris Klass. who
resumed his activities as execu-
tive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in
October.
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WHO KNOWS
WHERE OR WHEN
The Zionist Organiiation of
America wanted the World
Jewish Congress to be held in
the United Slates. Palestine
factions said no. Congress was
postponed from August to De-
cember. Latest information is
that the world Jewish leaders
would meet in November, per-
haps in Switzerland.
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Rosh Hashona, 5706. With
victory over the Japanese only
a few weeks old. military uni-
forms were still a familiar
sight in this area. Special ser-
vices at the Miami Beach High
school were attended by some
3.500 Jev.-ish service men and
women, guests of the Greater
Miami Army and Navy com-
mittee of the Jewish Welfare
board.

Ultimate creation of an inde-
pendent Jewish slate in Pales-
line was visualized by Sen.
Alben W. Barkley at the Florida
conference for the United Jew-
ish Appeal. At the same con-
ference, held at Miami Beach in
January, Ll. Col. Judah Nadich
said the overwhelming major-
ity of DP's wanl to settle in
Palestine. They choose no al-
ternative, declared the former
aid to Gen. Eisenhower. Added
impetus for the UJA drive
came from French Capt. Robert
Gamson, wartime Maquis
leader.
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Greater Miami's Jewish pop-
ulation: 29.325. So said the
survey made by a Federation
committee in 1944-45 and re-
leased to The Jewish Floridian
in January. The figure put
Greater Miami among the top
20 cities in point of Jewish
population. Notable fact found
by the surveyors: Miami Beach
is 50 per cent Jewish.
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
Security Bldg. Ph. 3-7796
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI FOOD STORE
65 N. E. 14th Street
PHONE 3-2038
ABRAHAM GOODMAN
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver sound-
ed the keynote for a more mili-
tant Zionism in a speech follow-
ing his election lo the presi-
dency of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at the conven-
tion in Atlantic City last No-
vember. Miami Beach resi-
dent, Abraham Goodman, was
elected to the treasury post.
* *
Thirty-six hour plane service
from New York lo Jerusalem
was inaugurated by Trans-
World Airways in April.
BEST WISHES TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FRANK V. QUIGLEY
131 Alton Road
PHONE 5-2305
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THEO. GULKIS
Miami Wholesale Corp.
118 N. W. First Avenue
PHONE 3-3449
May This Year Bring To All Much Happiness and Prosperity
I
2220 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 3-7052
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. & Mrs. J. Rosenthal
1502 N. E. 1st Avenue
To All .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
IRVIN L. SIEGEL
Washington, D. C.
JENNIE GARSSON
and SELMA LEVY
of the
Monogram Center
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RUSS SEIFERTH
PLUMBING. HEATING
AND GAS
PROMPT. EFFICIENT
SERVICE
543 N. W. 7th Street
PHONE 9-1108
BEST WISHES
for the NEW YEAR!
: |T IS OUR HOPE that a happy future lie
ahead for all people. As we enter this new period, it is
well to consider how life may become easier, how our
state may become a better, more prosperous place m
which to work and live. Our plan, already in operation,
includes
NEW PLANTS and LINES to provide plenty of Sun-
shine Service.
NEW LOW RATES to make it Cheaper!
We believe this winning combination adds up to a finer
brighter future!
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Beet Wishes for
A Happy
New Year
CORAL GABLES
FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSN.
2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Cored Gables
AUTO SALES
and SERVICE
USED CARS BOUGHT and SOLD
1340 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 9-1647
EARL BAIR. Owner
$
ALLAPATTAH
CLEANERS, Inc,
1866 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 2-6411
DRY CLEANING SERVICE
THAT SATISFIES
8!
To Our Friends
And Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
"VANCE FOR VALUES"
CHESTER M. VANCE
REALTOR
216 Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4-0864
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
*
HANNOCK
Engineer & Surveyor
1911 Dade County
Court House
PHONE 3-4431
I^A^LSEPTEMBER^
Wake Up Justice
By HARRY KOVNER
Justice as all know is the foundation
Of law and order in human society.
Justice is a spiritual manifestation
And a guard against the selfish and the mighty
Justice is a heavenly word
Conceived to protect against wrong;
The voice of justice is often heard
But seldom practiced by the strong
Justice invariably is blinded by graft.
Be it in the form of position, power, or gold,
The masses are left on the high seas in a raft.
And on the auction block of greed are sold
Justice is depicted as blind,
Impartial, correct and strict;
But somehow a way will find
For a bribe to change a verdict
Alas justice didn't open its eyes to see
The slaughter of millions of Jews.
And it turned a deaf ear to their despondent plea
And paid no heed to the ghastly news
In the wilderness was their cry,
No offer of help came from anywhere.
Not a people on earth made a try,
To save them from the infernal nightmare
In the face of such a catastrophic tragedy
To the Jews at the hand of mankind
Nothing is done to secure a remedy
Justice remains deaf, dumb and blind
Even today the remnant of the Jewish race
Has neither home nor land of their own
Strangers in the land of their fathers they face
Terror with no hope for a brighter dawn
Yet justice lends a ready ear
To the Iranian dispute,
Why all the fuss and false fear
If not to protect English loot
Amazing how justice opened her eyes wide
At the Nuremberg top Nazi trial.
It stands loyally on the alert at their side
To aid and to comfort them all the while
Wake up justice before 'tis too late
You know that mankind cannot long exist,
On intolerance, graft, greed, war and hate
God didn't intend man to act like jungle beasts
Wake up justice! Open wide your eyes
And see the misery, shame and disgrace.
Caused by your duplicity and lies
Pray it isn't too late to save the human race.
*
"Sawdust Supplied In Any Quantity"
2752 S. W. 28th Lane
Phone 48-4522
iji
M. M. MOORE, Proprietor
4|J
Hotel and Restaurant Food Purveyors
1062 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-841} 1
(j)
TRAIL REALTY CO.
2058 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-4061
REAL ESTATE
Ralph A. Kennedy : : : E. C. MuIIm
Best Wishes to All Our Friends for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
June Dairy
BEST CREAMERY BUTTER
\#
R. H. SCOTT J. B. FORD & ASSOCIATES
LAND SUBDIVISION AND CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS
TOPOGRAPHIC AND HYDROGRAPHIC MAPS
UJ
307 N. W. Second Avenue
Phone 9-3508
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS ..
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT
NEW CARS FOR RENTALS
C. E. PITT MOTOR CD.
1180 N.W. 36th Street phone!
AL MOUNT. Manager
It It a Pleasure to Extend to All Our Jewith Friend.
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS .
It gives us pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish friends and
customers a most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RENUART LUMBER YARDS
Everything to Build Anything
Coral Gables # Miami Shores Little River
Coconut Grove
m
PAN AMERICAN METAL H
COMPANY, Inc.
*
252 N. W. 29th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETTS RADIO
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twnty-third Street
PHONE 5-6721
MIAMI BEA^J
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'oung Farmers-Look to Palestine
By MARC H
(Copyno*1- ,946' Jewi,h
mlle. south of New
CITE. *cnd of a
Ctave- ad, there lies
'S and cultivated by a
/now group of farming
^Ih' call themselves
ifiSto. 38 young men and
fctheJ'-l rming pioneers"
TSqueTn U e not* of agri-
. I historv foi they repre-
HeSP^Scnd of religious
JTwhose lal on New Jer-
, nil is fired with the aspira-
^ "developing agricul^.1
Jue ana skills which they
CnUlly carry with them to
L-une. Rangini from 18 to 27
m of age, these youthful
Lox Jews woik from dawn
[dusk, s.x daj per week, on
' -Hachsharah" farm training
Ur), resting oi ly <>n the Sab-
trative unit i as that func-
U in term .enters in the
[lvLand. i in each member
[the group is n..bled to take
Itumatfarm i 'res, or domes-
| tasks. 0r< or <>f love com-
k to all and ii which all par-
most diligently Is that of
dying the Toi h and supple-
ntary Hebn tuclies.
poprtpai-i' t i >lves for mi-
llion to ana ement in Eretz
Eroel at the i of their one-
t training pel d requires a
jcentrati'd >:. :t -and so, these
hs,most of v. im are college
iduatcs and I rmi r Yeshiva
idents. arise I rough! and early
|5a.m. and work doggedly 12
K per day in the sprawling
Ids,orchard-, m barn,
.ecause tin ,. ing shortage
kpinchid tl i m as badly as
? city bretl the "Chalut-
' have a i their living
ters so thai their feminine
mbers livi the two-toried,
lot-room while their
! countcrr,! rough it" in
i ruggi 'ight army
ltslir.d up i mi-circle.
Inch of New V jrk
[Tile c -:: n touch is
fed to thi cene with the
:-. .dway7th
renue Loc: right smack
h > army shel-
Unlike tht irban cousins,
Be fervent religious Zionists
[to arrived at t i ir present site
p march, can and will remedy
pr housing situation by pur-
ging a full ale army bar-
ns
P develi.mnu il. ir agricultur-
TANENBAUM
Telegraphic Agency, ln.)
al "know-how," the Chalutzim
upon arising at 5 a.m. in
ately drive in the eight cow
their ten-acre pasture, milk th< n
in the barn, and turn them out
to graze. The male members then
gather in the converted chamber-
synagogue, and daven Tfilai
Shachaxith (morning prayi i
Minyan. Meanwhile, the tarn r-
ettes prepare breakfast from the
eggs laid the day be for. in the
hen-house which shelter, their
several hundred White Leg]
Fresh vegetables are gathered
from the 70 acres of tillable land
which already has supplied bush-
els of tomatoes, peas, ca
beans, potatoes, and corn. Ripen-
ed apples are plucked from thi
32-acre apple orchard. The recent
meat shortage caused no
less nights for the elected fivi
man executive board which gov-
erns the Chalutzim's work acth
ity, since their supply of calves
now reduced to four Guern
furnished tasty and nourishing
fare. Similarly, coal strikes were
of little concern, for 35 acres of i
forest hinterland supplied fire
wood aplenty.
Their agricultural "education"
is not confined to the hoe and
plow. The handling of a tractor,
reaper and binder is as much part
of their curriculum as harnt ssing
the horsepower of their two fiis-
ky marcs. Learning to drive two
late-model automobiles v.
enable their commuting to New .
Brunswick, Monmouth Junction,
and environs, rounds out their
training program.
A group of former Yeshiva uni-
versity students are at this mo-
ment learning construction work '
at the expert hands of Mar Omesi,
a professional builder who prides
himself on the fact that twenty- |
five years ago he helped build the
''- Tel Aviv. Under
' ">ce, the sunburned
U'ucting a ram-
shackl ,
development of
'' "to a modern.
lization the sum of
$50,000 be
--'ng ii luring
He* ilutz
lint Iministra-
Paye 48.
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FROCKS
120 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A
merican Oil Company
wishes you a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
AMERICAN OIL COMPANY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M O O N E Y
IRON WORKS
Machine Shop
1299 N. W. 29th Stree'
PHONE 2 7583
PORTABLE EQU'PMENT
Acetylene and Electric
Welding
A. L. DAVIS, Jr.
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
S.J.
1657 Washington Ave.
Realtor
r
MR. and MRS.
JULIUS DAMENSTEIN
WISH FOR ALL
THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR
BEST WISHES
FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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DOM'S GROCERY
704 W. 51st Street
MIAMI BEACH
6-1477
WALTER COOPER
EDDIE SCHWARTZ
OF THE
5 RESTAURANT
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MAX'S DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT
1131 West Flagler Street
EXTEND TO ALL PATRONS AND FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ITS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SUNLIGHT UPHOLSTERING
Phone for Estimate
1500 N. W. Third Avenue
Phone 2-8768
SMITH HAMILTON SHOP
Knives of All Kinds Ground Ground By Soybold Machine
Any Knife Up lo 100 Inches
PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
232 S. W. Second Avenue Phone 4-2509
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LEW HEWES
Chris Craft Sales and Service
Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft
412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. River Dr. 9-2450
PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC.
tjj
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
259 N. W. Fourth Street
Miami. Florida
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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
%
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
HERMITAGE HOTEL
420 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 2-9119
yi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS
JACK ROHER. Proprietor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
BURNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Stationery Office Supplies
PROMPT DELIVERIES
134 N.E. First St., Miami Phone 3-4651
403 15th St., Miami Beach Phone 5-2975
L'SHONO TOVA
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Collapse of the United Jewish building fund campaign was announced in November on Ihe eve
of ihe drive. Leaders of four local organizations had hoped to raise one million dollars to build
new Ys at Miami and Miami Beach, a Hillel house at the University of Miami and physical facilities
for the Bursau of Jewish Education. Failure of the united campaign to materialize was laid to com-
petitive drives of local synagogues. One by one. the UJBF organizations withdrew from the cam-
paign. Now the Y's and Hillel are conducting separate capital funds campaigns and BJE is talking
about building a library.
Commendation of Miami's
hospitality to the armed forces
came in April when the local
Jewish community received the
Jewish Welfare board's Ober-
dorfer award. Greater Miami
Army-Navy committee finished
its wartime work on this note
of triumph after five years of
service to servicemen. Com-
mittee leaders: Sam Blank,
chairman; Carl Weinkle. Wm.
D. Singer, vice chairmen.
9
This was a year for new
organizations. Hadassah,
American Jewish Congress
women and the Workjnen's
circle formed Miami groups.
B'nai B'rith men and women
and Jewish War Veterans or-
ganized at the Beach. Also
formed, the Miami Hebrew
School and Junior Congrega-
tion. Newest group is the *
Coral Gables Jewish Center
which plans to operate a Sun-
day school.
BISHOP & COMPANY
REALTORS
DAVID P. BISHOP. JR.
CHRISTIAN JENSEN
NORMAN E. EVANS
ALICE T. TURNER
Specializing in Residence and
Income Property
1661 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7821
Mrs. Freda Newman
Mr. Arnold Newman
Mr. Edw. T. Newman
WISH
THEIR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE NEW YEAR SHALL BRING
SHOLOM, NACHAS and SIMCHAS TO ALL JEWRY
AND PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
TO ALL MANKIND IS THE WISH OF
MR. and MRS.
II AltltY rivYKI
and FAMILY
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Customers: May the New
Year Brine You Jov. Happi-
ness and Prosperity......
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
ra^Al^TEMB^
27.
g.
GREETINGS ON THE
NEW YEAH
U!
We Wish to Extend Our
Best Wishes for the
NEW YEAR
To Our Many
Good Friends
!
EVANS FAMILY
Sea Gull Pool and
Cabana Club
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
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
D R ESSEL
DAIY FARM
P- O. Box 1656
Riverside Station
PHONE 4-2444
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
SISTERHOOD
UJ
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE
OCCASION OF ROSH HASHONA
To Extend New Year Greetings and Best Wishes
To All of Our Fr'ends
May God Give Us Strength to Continue in Our Noble Work
Mr. and Mrs.
Mayer H. Frankel
MR. and MRS.
NATHAN GINSBURG
AND FAMILY
of the
TIDES HOTEL
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PEACE. HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS IS OUR
WISH FOR ALL.....
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Happy %m Sear
C_>'N wishing you a happy
New Year, The Herald
hopes for you every pos-
sible blessing that the
New Year can bring
tile Jtiami ffcntli
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SEPTEMBEB 27. 1946
)oes the American Jew Pay HisCoUegeBill *
bv Habbi Leon Spits people at college-, which was not York py &
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Habbi Leon Spits
unite for the
(then
** fiS?
nal Je"s
rtiona' BritTMagazine) on this
fifteen years ago, the
, 3aSe5atay justified.?
[
. quotes:
' .'.
LI not < "f
(.feller, a Duke,
L, i 1 ;- Morgan, a
and give in
million dol-
conclusion from which
Jewit must
- in jcars past
to measure
which has
xplained at least
art this failure of Jewtehgen-
p... in of university
iSmenl the fact that
j,., :, was in those
to bear the
I and Pales-
; -W r!d War I recon-
(o th. tune of a hun-
m,l]: n s and that we
undred million
< on Ci nters synagogues,
philanthropii institutions.
n amount
ned when the
bllar:
of
ir;
W ; k, Jewish his-
*orh Frederick Bj-own gave to
' :r "' buildings
'!l1 millions. The Kalk
: i;' irgh erected the
;llk ,!"1' at the University of
ith an outlay of al-
. Chicago
people at college, which was not
very much out of the way.
Jewish students had already in
those days habituated themselve
to captu.ing prizes, gcholai
and fellowshipsaii of which is
to the good. But it must be pa-
tently clear that it takes monej
and a lot of it to keep a uni-
versity going, especially ,f jt js
a privately mdowed univi
not a city college nor a ,1
stitution.
When Dr. S. M, Melamed, edi-
tor of the Reflex, estimated that mi speyer
the legitimate Jewish portion of New Vork banker, endowed the
the American college endowment on; Pulitzer th,
fund should have been in the
neighborhood
for medical research. Bernard M.
Baiuchthe distinguished park-
bench diplomatendowed heav-
ily the Walter H. Page school of
international relationship. The
Guggenheim family have set
aside the sum of $2,500,000 for
forget the many Pulitzer awards,
fellowships, and scholarships.
Lucius N. Littauer, former con-
gressman and manufacturer from
(Continued on Page 44)
JUS ::. "Wa,d """'motion of'aeronautTcVgen-
; chmc, an erally. To cap it all there is also
the magnificent $3,000,000 Simon
eim fund for travelling
.ships. And one should not
,i 7 "' "centhasbeen "
''' ''' e in supplying en- ?g?en^
Jwrnent fund*. T mention only Scho,arshi
" 'argil Bifl M Speyer, the "
CHARRON WILLIAMS
Commercial College
Special Night School Classes
Mondav. Wednesday. Friday
6:30 to 9:00 P.M.
Sixth Floor, Postal Building
PHONE 3-4859
Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Dir.
of one hundred
million dollars, he definitely
knew whereof he spoke.
Today the Jewish student
population has risen to approxi-
mately 100,000. Our bud: |
share has consequently doi
The pertinent (or possibly |
tinent) query is, to put it quite
brutally: Has American Jewry
lived up to its college budgetary
obligation?
The Cold Figures
What are cold figures that
chief of the | provide the Jewish answer t
Journal, featur- challenge? How much docs the
American Jew pay.'
In the first place he pays tax-
es, then he pays tuition tees.
He also donatid buildings.
Even a brief stroll through Har-
vard will immediately encounter
the Schiff Semitics museum, the
Lehman. Straus, and Eachs halls.
Lewissohn donated the stadium
to the College of the City ol Ni
the
Schiff family in |arge measu
at Columbia uni-
' "
' I in ndowment
At New Yi rk university the
Guggenheims hav. ,, made
f.va,lal roi aeronau-
'''"' '.' Of S3 00(1.00(1 and
Mr ,,f:" SI i the
entenntial campaign
a cool million. The Uni-
been an
' Rosenv ild to th, ex-
tent of al t $5.0 CI
the cancer foundation
I in which he ap-
lauded this writi r's audacity in
ition, but he
ur J' wish mil-
ilure to prop-
i roblem.
|v, l lation in this
1 is it changed
j so, to what
lent?
LOOO Students
ated that 50,-
ts of both sexes
l ted in American
Jlegi The indents popu-
mat ly a mil-
titutid four
pent of I ral population,
1 five percent of their young
est Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
|kubby house
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
MR. and MRS.
HARRY SAFFER
AND FAMILY
Extend Their Best Wishes
TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ill
SEASON'S GREETINGS .. .
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WOFFORD HOTEL
24th Street and Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy New Year
To All Our Ii'iVihIs
A. J. Tobin
KARL SQUIRES
ENGINEERS
Civil Engineers. Surveyors
Maps
210 Calumet Building
PHONE 3-8270
IRVIN GORDON
and
HAROLD PONT
of the
ROSEDHLE
AND
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
MIAMI
T
EXTEND TO
ALL THEIR PATRONS
AND FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES
FOR, A
VERY HAPPY
AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Sincere Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Uf
Y
ESTABLISHED 1925
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
til
Kfe
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
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AMERICAN JEW PAYS COLLEGE BILL
(Continued from Page 43)
Gloversville, N.Y., gave recently
$2,000,000 to found a school for
training a diplomatic corps at
Havard university, and the most
generous gift of all. the fund
$1,000,000 endowment of the Al-
bert Einstein institute at Prince-
ton, N.Y.
Rosenwald and other Jewish
philanthropists have given mil-
lions for Negro higher education.
Rosenwald too organized the
Chicago Industrial museum at
the expense of $3,000,000. George
Blumenthal, president of the
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
subscribed one million dollars to
that institution: the Conrad Hu-
bert (Horwitz) estate has made
available several million dollars
for American univt rsities.
Johns Hopkins, too, the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology.
Yale university, Cornell. Stan-
ford in California. North Caro-
lina, Miami, Michigan, Cincin-
nati, Washington. Williams (Gov.
Lehman's alma mater). Roches-
ter, Bryn Mawr, and many, many
other colleges have been bene-
fited financially by chairs iin
Jewish and general subjects.
It is also a fact that Jewish
alumni are contributing in in-
creasingly large numbers to many
alumni campaigns, and not a
few Jewish philanthropists have
taken a prominent part in the
conduct of these campaigns. So
that .:ie present list by no means
exhausts the Jewish contribution.
which may be roughly estimated
at a grand total in buildings and
endowments amounts up to per-
haps SI00.000.000a vast figure.
Does American Jewry pay its
college bills0
The Answer
We are doing our share, and
one, again we have the recurring
burden of postwar Jewish. Euro-
pean, and Palestinian reconstruc-
ti( n. One again we are launching
a Jewish institutional building
program. Still it behooves us, trie
half a million Jewish alumni who
have emerged out of our college
.campuses, to oe eve" mindful of
> the budgetary needs of our re-
spective alma maters. A generous
financial response willwithout
doubtreflect favorably on Jew-
ish admissions to our privately
controHed American colleges and
universities.
For there is no ignoring the pa-
tent fact that hard-headed college
administrators will at least in
their subconscious minds react
sympathetically to a paying cli-
entelle. Even the rabbis of the
Talmud were aware of this
when they told how HUlel. the
. woodchoppe r. was compelled to
pay half of the shake! which rep-
; resented his full "lay's wages as
an admission fee to the Yeshivah
at Jerusalem. And Dr. Chaim
Weizmann gazed with unashamed
envy at the Harkness Memorial
quadrangle on a visit to Yale,
"Ah, if I could have this one
building for the Hebrew uni-
versity."
Sooner or later somebody must
pay the college bill, and it is In
the nature of things that the fel-
low whose folks will pay th( bill,
will enjoy admission priority.
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
S. ERNEST PHILPITT
& SON
Miami's Oldest Music Store
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
DR. RALPH B.
FERGUSON
320 S. E. First Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
I & M GROCERY
AND MARKET
M. FEINGOLD, Prop.
"Always the Best"
MEATSGROCERIES
VEGETABLES
Anywhere
*Any Time Any Hour
BEVERAGES
Your Patronage Always
Appreciated Here
7553 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 7-7560
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
BAKE RITE
BAKERY. Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-7923
SEASON'S
GREETINGS .
T
CORAL WAY
GARDENS
1661 S. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 4-1145
HERMAN AND HARRY PEARL OF THE
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Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN and
MANY OTHER LEADING LINES OF FOOD PRODUCTS
1721 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6141
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AND WISHES FOR A
G'MAR CHSIMA TOVA
* In 5706
Hous, and Lawrenc,
TEXAC0 SERVICE
800 Wes, Ragle, Strw(
Phone 2-9968
Lubrication A Sp^Ult,
Gai_Oil_sMTiM
NEW
YEAR
GREETINGS
New lodge of B'nai B'rith at Miami Beach came into being In
September. 1945, with George Bertman as acting chairman. Secre-
tary's book now lists Bertman as president, membership at 720.
Pictured hereBertman with Jack Abbott, membership chair-
man.
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
ii!
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS. Inc.
2035 W. Flugler Street
Club
PHONE 2-8335
& Casino Equipment
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAHFUZ
MARKET
1148 S. W. 27th A venue,
Phone 48-4705
GROCERIESMEATS
FRESH VEGETABLES
PIIITII!
ARTS
320 W. Flaqler Strut
Jack TtUiei Herman Tti
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SINCERE WISHES
ior a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
LINICK AUTO PART
5100 N. W. 27th Avenu |
PHONE 7-5133

SEASON'S GREETINGS .
BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO.
LE JEUNE ROAD
P. O. Box 1625
Riverside Station I
WITH ZION'S
GREETINGS .
the wish for all our mem-
bers and supporters of our
worthy cause .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and the fulfillment of our
prayers for the Redemp-
tion of our Holy Land .
ill BEACH
ZIONIST
The RABBI. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
BETH DAVID CONGRLGAT
"MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION"
EXTEND THEIR MEMBERS. HIENDS
and FELLOW WORSHIPPERS a
Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
SINCERE WISHES
FPR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
S. H.KRESS
ICO.
5-10-25c STORE
East Flaqler Street
MIAMI. FLA.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL
NEW YEAR


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ggpTD^BER
27, 1946
7>Z4/iV TALK
. FBOM ALFRED SEGAL
CONFESSION
aso'i when Jews confess their faults. There are
*" Vmlu of mine that I could confess, if I thought my
,PriVa,ei any concern of the public. But I am a liberal
J*Sm that nobody's private faults is any other
I who DW"
U burin'**' to {ejj me jjjg jateg, g088ip 0j TOme ciu.
her.
Bin / f |0q
[delinquency' ^ strictegt yirtue concern u8?
, from the pa
How, I ask, does Mr. Zilch's de
That's his
. ui mid tfiVto paM judgment on Mr. Zilch?
it ihould,
n0arewetorss
, not confessing any of
,amfni, but an honest
ould. In the Rosh
,ime, be willing to make
Ha of his public faults. I
[ might say. a public char-
_j capacity M columnist I
Cprivacy at .ill. 1 am Ilk.
I ah. If I were a strictly
I person I c What the hell if 1
"been walking entirely in
U righteous paths? Whose
" is if What if J resisted
thlt evening when she
togoto the movie and I
Irather stay h n eJ
1; owe It to the publk to
i ay public fault that 19
'especially in this season
',Hashona Whell 't the
to confess.
honesty I must confess
Iblic fault to the readers,
I whom ketp i n thinking
, i. a kind of : ngo whom
M every week I took tip
letter with B ) Wife who
What will they thiflk
Iconfess any fault? Column-
supposed ti be final au-
on everything. What
[tople think of you if they
that you are really hu-
, I replied, they've got to
, Perhaps, :n the end, it
lound to my benefit to be
las a human being who
|is wrong as anybody.
she Sftid, "of your
station. All around the
there are people who
I you as the last word on
Ribjects. You can't let them
mght it was about time
pretension.; of column-
He exposed bj 1 how much
I effective such exposure
be if it were made by one
I columnists: Some of the
: might be i.fouraged to
Wr.Psgler. (I hnd just met
3SS SERVICE
STATION
Nil N. W. S2nd Street
OIL VULCANIZING
RECAPPING
knice With A Smile"
Phone 7-9065
^WISHES rOR
FtY NEW Y'.AR
it1
fBERT R. TAYLOR
Iand associates
of the
terrysolicitor's
OFFICE
TO ALL
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
PPODROME BAR
I'ACKAGE GOODS
Phone 2-9113
JJ Flgl*r Street
1AMI. FLORIDA
hRNE. sr.. P,op.
a man who said, "Thank God for
Pegler").
I am not one of those men who
let themselves be led around by
their wives. Though my wife is
pulling me in safer dirctior.s I
make my confession in this Rosh
Hashona season: I am a false
prophet.
Yea, 1 have misled the public.
In every Rosh Hashona season
during the war I made bright
prophecies of a better world to
come. I painted tho coming scene
in dazzling color in this column.
At every New Year I used to
take my crystal ball in hand, and
my wishful eyes saw a bright new
world breaking out of the dark-
ness after the war. (Citizens, who
have good memories may remem-
ber these Rosh Hashona prophe-
cies.) I asked: Weren't the young
rrltfn dying for the sake of a bet-
ter world; Wouldn't mankind
learn a great and abiding lesson
from all this suffering?
I said Hitler was but a symp-
tom Of the sickness of the world
and the war might be the moral
catalyst that was needed. Yes, we
were going to win the war. After
such an agony, mankind could
never again take up hate as an
instrument of national policy;
mankind had seen a great na-
tion consumed by its hate.
It had Seen arrogance brought
down to the dust, in accordance
with the Biblical admonition; the
power of the wicked would be-
come no more than an evil bell to
toll for the instruction of delin-
quent Children.
I asked: Could the Poles ever
again despite the Jews with
whom they had drank from the
same bitter cup. No, it would be
a world of people who had known
pain as the common lot, and why
hate the brother who had known
the same pain?
I was all wrong. My error
hurts me as deeply as all other
people feel hurt by the awful
consequences of the war. They
?J*srkrMtori
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
MAIN U-DRIVE-IT
SERVICE
J. BAflBASH fc SONS, Inc.
261 N. E. Iff ft. flM* *****
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MAE'S MARKET
2801 N. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 2-9276
O. E. HENDRICKS
REALTOR
4186 S. W. 8th Street
PHONES 48..M4-4 5910
sa.d Junngthe war, it may be
all to the ult.uK.te good. We wor-
ry about our children in the Army
and Ihe Navy but if something
better is going to come out of aU
h its all right with us. ii all
this pain is what we have to pay
or the sake of a better world.
Here we < on this second
(ContinutO on Page 46)
A HAPPY NEW /EAR
M. L. MARCUS CO-
STATIONERY AND
OFFICE SUPPLIES
Prompt Delivery
Lowest Prices
41 Werl Flakier Street
PHONE 9 1661
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE
CO. of CANADA
218 Shoreland Building
PHONE 3-8797
W. KEITH PHILLIPS
ALEX S.COHEN SAM KATZ
i'O ALL
A MOo". HAPPY NrlV/
YEAR
MR. and MRS.
SAM JOSEPHER and
FAMILY
of the
MIAMI SEA FOOD
COMPANY
675 N. W. 6th Street
JEWELS SILVER
WORK OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1130 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A. SCHORR, Repreieitatlve
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
DAVID
R.
BAIN
REALTOR
7232 Bisccryne Blvd.
PHONE 7-1140
STEPHAN'S
TRANSFER CO.
Dependable Hauling
152S N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 9-1649
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY KOVNER
wish their friends
and relatives a
Tery
HAPPY NEW YEAR
y?
BILT-RITE BLIND CO.
(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS
CORNICES
2248 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-6821
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
z.
17 11 ALTON K O A D
w.-n*s W SPIRITS
MIAMI BEACH
Other Stores at
MIAMI
8525 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-1115
CORAL GABLES
2211 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-4105
PHONE 5-76 5 5
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
The Bank for the Individual
Telephone 2-0521
46 West Flagler Street
SAVINGS
$1.00 Opens an Account
LOANS
Safe Deposit Boxes
As Lew as S3.00 Per Year
DEPOSITS INSURED
by
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
<>_*,*.. WASHINGTON. D. C. fl, mkMkA
J J/V/WV FOR EACH DEPOSITOR *,'/WVW
82
Md-y Health and^Happiness Be Yours
During the'toming New Year
Florida
Wholesale Grocery Co.
N. E 26th STREET ... MIAMI. FLORIDA

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Rosh Hashona after the war still
praying for peace. We have come
only to the painful discovery that
the end of a war doesn't mean
peace.
The Poles keep on behaving
toward Jews as if they had never
had any part in the common tra-
vail. The Russians, alas, arc be-
having like the imperialist Czars,
belying the bright banners of
brotherhood they used to carry
in the world. They are an awful
disappointment. War's over but
peace isn't here yet and prophets
like myself lie knocked out in
devastation.
Jews keep on dying in Polish
pogroms, Jews lie hopeless in the
old German concentration camps
which have been improved to
make them more habitable.
Yes, even while I make my
Rosh Hashona confession as a
false prophet, I take up my crys-
tal ball again. Ho! Ho! Here's
something I see! I see the broth-
erhood: A great many people are
climbing up a hill and they are
singing with Isaiah: "How beau-
tiful upon the mountains arc the
feet of him that bringeth good
tidings, that publisheth peace,
that brigheth good tidings of
good, that publisheth salvation."
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
FREDERICK J. WARD
MIAMI BEACH
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE
Watch For Our
NEW LOCATION
PHONE 3-4132
EXTENDS GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
* l.i 5706 *
Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and
Monte Selig lead the drive for
funds to build the local Hillel
foundation at the University of
Miami. The $35,000 campaign
will be corcluded soon.
Yes. these old eyes keep on be- !
.ieving in the vision, though j
events seem to have exposed him
as false prophet. I want to be-
lieve in the bright vision for the
sake of my small grandsons-
Jan. Paul and Richard. They will
be soldiers in another war. For
the sake of my small granddaugh-
tersEllen, Betty and Karen.
They may be the mothers of sol-
diers in another war.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
2000 N. W. 10th Avenue
PHONE 3-3969
y
SALES & SERVICE
CASH & CARRY
*
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JAMES T. WILSON
Superintendent of Public
Instruction
*
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREEN BROTHERS
Merchandise Food Factors
55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.ALLEON GREEN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOBEL'S MARKET
1407 Washington Avenue
5-1174
FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES
MEATS GROCERIES
DELIVERY SERVICE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
IE SIT!
2428 S. W. 8th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA/
PHONE 48-2616
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
*
Phone 3-3668
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
1420 Congress Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY,
NEW YEAR GRE
1
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
&G
General Building
Contractors
69 N. E. 36th Street
7-39 62
HAPPY NEW YEAH
THE
C. II. KISTLER
COMPANY
CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 2-5254
Lowest Monthly Payment in
This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
hi-tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
736 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3-5822
SEASON'S
GREETINGS .
FOX'S
RESTAURANT
6500 S. State Highway
4-9134
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EVERYBODY'S
EXTERMINATORS
HOUSE MAINTENANCE.
FUMIGATION
746 N. W. 32nd Street
PHONE MIAMI
2-7832
PHONE MIAMI BEACH
6-3755
N. E. Third
MIAMI
Phone 2-92'
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A HAPPY NEW'
To Our Friends and P
IE
of MIAMI BEACH.)
FOOD MARlJ
411 W. 41st St Ph.S
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TO ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
J!
OFFICERS and BOARD oi DIRECTORS
of the
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
NOW MERGED WITH SCHAAREI ZEDEK
MARKOWITZ BROS
EXTEND
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAI
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING GREATER UNITY
TO ALL PEOPLES
THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD
'1'
329 W. FLAGLER ST.
Ben Markowits
PHONE
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hRB
27, 1946
2J*risfhrldtog,
ft Fights Postwar Anti-Semitism
By HENRY FRANKEL
to be published In *h 'orthcomin
'" Bcok. Released by the Jewish Tel
no volume of the
elegr.iphic Agency
,Jwi."Ye.i
nl,ion ol th
Third Reich, Gold Meda| thc Hamm(,r and
Jewish Publication Society.)
1 per""
L Hitler's ........ UMU
mainlain''(l by law sickle, the Suvorov Order, the
1 I'.. UMlvl mr t~* .
:ice the
ic polk'
into power, they sky, often referred to as the So
world's most KUt,UZOv Order and several other
Wh.-n the medais; further, Abraham Cikov-
Union uncompromis-
d anti-Semitism as a
ft. crude variety of ta-
li Fascism. And during
L World War itself, the
IJht against ...u.-Jew-
was one o) the main
the Red Army s ex-
lorts of the Soviet Gov-
Ihavenot be.n in vain.
, war broke out there
bn to believe that anti-
Jhad already been eli-
Ifrom Soviet life. How-
V the Germans were
, of the area- they had
lit was found necessary
I firm measures against
ive of anti-Jewish prej-
i they had fostered
occupation of these
trman-npirated schools
Is period had mdoctrin-
[pupils with Nazi race
iute were subjected to
,j of propaganda which
0 have been not entirely
Jesuits. Special measures
tteract Nazi-fomented
1 were initiated in De-
W by the Central Com-
[the Communist party of
Onion, including the
Je and other education-
[iBiracle that was per-
fSociet industrial econ-
providing the highly
c Red Army with the
hr that surpassed those
Iffman Wehrn acht, the
pibutcd their fair share,
the war, one of the So-
p's well known Jewish
IShulamith Silberstein,
wild a coke chemical
the Urals which is
o be the largest in Eur-
lon Laviochkm, one of
I known Soviet airplane
I ho construi ted the
LA-5 and is been
! title of Hero of So-
r, is the si n of a He-
lper. Among other Jew-
sof this same title are
Un, Vice-Cnmmissar of
[Industry, the son of a
pilor from Vinnitsa in
who in addition
! Orders of Lenin, the
Jade county
ealers supply CO.
O.iiributori of
PB POST CARDS
HI BOOKLETS
of
I Miami Beach Fort
T* Hollywood Key
m Gables Hlaleah
1 Uenl Florida
hne 3-6321
1 c"1 Department
"W.Fiw Court
viet "cannon King" because r
plan led that branch of the muni
tions industry; and Lev Conor.
director of the much-bombed
Stalingrad munition plant which
kept going around the clock only
a few miles from the battlefront
at Satlingrad.
One hundred and twenty Jews
have been awarded the Stalin
Prize for discoveries and work
performed in the arts and science
during 1943 and 1944. They repre-
sent twenty per cent of those
honored. Among the Jewisl
scientists thus honored, engineer,
are in the majority. A number are
noted for development of tech-
niques of building and repairing
tanks and planes, as well as other
types of armaments, which con-
tributed greatly to the Soviet vic-
tory.
The most coveted honor among
Soviet scholars and scientists is
membership in the Academy of
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
Meats Vegetables
Groceries
2940 N. W. Sixth Avenue
Phone 2-8724
A Most Happy New Year
U DRIVE MOTORS
INC.
861 Wet Flagler
Miami, Florida
ALL NEW CARS FOR
U D R I V E
Phone 3-8263
DUNN'S BOAT YARD
HEMPSTEAD BROTHERS
Hauling Repairing Storage
Marine Salvage
And Diving Work
Day Phone 8-9105
Night Phone 3-4893
3239 N. W. S. River Drive
yj
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
LINCOLN
ROAD
5-5846
' ,bar-
i V1 ,a's diversities un-
^Pylead.(
inducting ,,,, """ "
JESTSe,,orts b"-
in9 btk f,Te" Slar'ed mov-
10 th. I-K m ln"er RUSSi3 "
0' %,,be.r8lcd Wes re
3'ons. To cite just a ,ew ex
-Pies: already h SepteX
Kiev and lha, ,he Jew.sh
mun.ty organization had been
vasion. more than 150.000 Jews
M48,,?hdinTKi?v-ABd April
'346. the Jewish Anti-Fascist
<-ommitee reported that 8.000
NEW YEAR
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245 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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HAPPY
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EAR
ROBERTS HOTEL
28 W. Flagler Street
OPEN ALL YEAR
"TABLE-TESTED"
POULTRY & EGGS
Strictly Fresh Eggs
Fresh Killed Poultry
W. P. CORBITT
Poultry & Egg Co.
1335 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 3-6028
PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
Jews had returned to rebuild
heir homes and their lives in
the Ukrainian city of Berdi-
chev. a major center of Jewiih
life and culture. About 40.000
Jews had been slaughtered in
Berdichev during the German
occupation. The same report
stressed that the Jews are tak-
ing a full part in ah rehabilita-
"on activities.
T
BEST WISHES
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MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and
LUGGAGE COMPANY
39 N. Miami Avenue
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. T. L LOWRIE
828 N. W. 3rd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
The formerly flourishing Jewish
collective farms of the Crimea,
which were devastated by the
Germans during two and one-half
years of occupation, are begin-
(Continued on Page 48)
RABBI and MRS.
AVIGDOR 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.
NEONITE SIGN CO.
Service and Maintenance
A SPECIALTY
Window Displays
Wall Lettering
252 N. W. 29th Street
PHONE 3-0005
MIAMI 37. FLORIDA
EMIL FLUTIE. Prop.
Formerly with E. B. Elliott Co.
CLAUDE NEON
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR MANY
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
KOLBER BROTHERS
Venetian Blind Manufacturers
2100 N. W. 13th Ave. Phone 3-6641
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Sidney Meyer Mitchell Wolfson
W0METC0 THEATRES
LINCOLN
CAPITOL
STATE
BILTMORE
STRAND
TOWN
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CENTER
HAPPY, HEALTHFUL AND PROSPEROUS
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U.S.S.R. FIGHTS POSTWAR ANTI-SEMITISM
(Continuad from Pg 47)
ning to revive again. According
to a report published in Decem-
ber 1945, about 3,000 Jewish fam-
ilies who had returned to the
Jewish collective settlements in
the Crimea were among the most
prosperous in the Soviet Union
before the war. Each farmer had
his own cow, calf and sheep, in
addition to his share in the col-
lective produce. Almost all of
the settlements had a dairy farm
with more than 200 head) of cat-
tle, flocks of sheep, poultry vards
and agricultural machinery.
In addition, each had its own
light and power supply, club-
rooms, nurseries, schools and
other educational and cultural
facilities. When the first farmers
returned from the interior in the
spring and summer 1941, they
found their fields over grown
with weeds, as they had been 21
years before when the first Jew-
ish settlers came to the Crimea.
With the help of the Soviet Gov-
ernment which provided money,
seed, cattle, agriculture machin-
ery, building supplies and other
necessities, the returned evacuees
together with the demobilized
Jewish soldiers have accomplish-
ed miracles in the briefest period
of time. Several of the collectives
have almost reached their pre-
war level of production.
In the beginning of 1946, it was
reported that the Soviet Govern-
ment, with the easing of paper
shortage, has granted the Mos-
cow Jewish Community permis-
sion to print prayer books and
religious calendars. There are 14
synagogues in Mescow, four in
the city proper and ten in the
suburbs. The synagogues are well
attended, with persons coming
not only for praying, but to stu-
dy the Mishnah and Talmudic
works. Attached to each syna-
gogue, in addition to one or more
rabbis, are a shochet and several
sextons. Samuel Chobrutsky,
President of the Moscow Com-
munity said it had an income of
2,600,000 rubles in 1945, of which
it donated 1,000,000 rubles for the
reconstruction of communities de-
stroyed by the Germans. The
Council's income is derived from
the sale of tickets to Holy Day
services, donations accompaning
the reading of the Holy Scroll and
fees for funeral services.
The Leningrad Synagogue
which had been badly damaged
by German artillery during the
29-month siege was rebuilt in
time to be used for Rosh Has-
honah services.
Upon their return to Kiev, re-
ligious Jews found that all syna-
gogues were in ruins and not a
single Safer Torah or prayer book
could be found in the city. Every-
thing had been destroyed by the
Germans. With the assistance of
the Central Government's Com-
mittee on Religion, six Torahs
and a number of religious books
were obtained from the Moscow
Jewish Community.
The abience of political or
economic discrimination else-
where in the Soriet Union has
giren the majority of Soviet
Jews little inducement to pull
up stakes and go to the Jewish
Autonomous Region of Biro-
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some authorities for two rea-
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has brought to Soviet Jewery.
The other is the possibility that
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invaded western regions, will
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The strategic position of Biro-
bidjan. situated on the Russian-
Japanese demarcation line, gave
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war broke out. The Jewish medi-
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pecially helpful in supplying phy-
sicians and nurses. Since its
foundation the school has trained
several hundred medical work-
ers, the majority of whom volun-
teered for the Red Army units
facing the Japanese.
During the war 3,500 Jewish
refugee war orphans have been
settled in Birobidjan. A total of
30,000 more Jewish war orphans
who escaped from Poland, Ru-
mania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia
and neighboring countries, and
who have found refuge in the
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YOUNG FARMERS
(Continued from Pag* 41)
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the Hachsharah finances supplied
by the Education and Expansion
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Hapoel Hamizrachi, the Hashom-
er Hadati, and the National Coun-
cil of Young Israel.
Realizing that all work and no
play makes even the Chalutz a
dull boy-or-girlthe Mazkirut
(the governing body of the Hach-
sharah) has developed a varied
pattern of cultural activities
which have rendered Hachsharah
life both socially interesting and
intellectually stimulating. Discus-
sion groups, song fests and he
like enhance the group life of
the Hachsharah and ties the
members into a well-knit fabric.
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story of Admiral Dai Ian and his
and off targi t.
Meanwhile Kanin had
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PAUL GOULD
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I since the dayi "f Dav'd
1 ""Broadway-and the
legitimate entertato-
pi bin thrilled by the
t plays and performances
Lart^ts. To a very large
He success of any season
K Great White Way is
L* on the genius of Jew*.
list season has again town
L by brilliant accomnlish-
tsomc by i 1 and familiar
risi> talent mak-
abid.ng impression the
lime out Bolh '" musical
ljuid in the serious drama.
personalities have pro-
rich and abiding works.
heed glar."' only at the list
[annual D naldson Awards,
Jin July, i" I rcelve the
Lre of 8 lt These
Lunliki i""1 Pultizer
-Critics Circle encomiums,
Jade by. eople them-
,_actoi>, ; icers, stage-
Jlecbnii ; critics,
[the musical iivision, the
nding show voted was
f Boat." the I med vehicle
Jon Edn.i Ferb i s novel of
Lme name, with the music
Le late Jen mi Kem, book
piesbyOsi i Hammerstein
(id Carol Bruce in the star
jl Jew : ind all ac-
1 by being singled out for
I the runni'i -up in this di-
iwas "Call Mi Mister," the
Ificent revue written by
I Rome, i I i by Mel-
niglas and Hirman Levin,
with sketches by Arnold Auer-
bach and starring Betty Garrett
another 100 percent Jew |
collaboration. Jules Munshin, a
new comedian, was teamed with
Miss Garrett in the skits and
| both were duly honored by Don-
aldson prizes.
Likewise in the musical field,
Mitzi Green of "Billion Dollar
Baby," and Jerome Bobbins,
dance director of the same show!
were included among winners of
"Oscars."
In the field of the drama, |
plays were selected as runners
up to the universally accl;
"State of the Union." Of the
three, two are the work of Jew-
ish authors"Dream Girl," writ-
ten by the veteran Elmer Rice,
and "Home of the Brave," a not
able challenge issued by a first -
play author, Arthur Laurents, It
is a drama about anti-Semitism
and the effects it has in the Army
upon both Jew and Gentile
Rice's current effort, starring
Mrs. Elmer Rice (Betty Field)
is a tale of a girl who owi
bookstore and who day-drean
of her affairs with different
wooers.
Chosen as the best "first'' play
was "Born Yesterday," written
by Brooklyn's Garson Kanin, who
had previously made a nan..' for
himself in Hollywood as a dine
tor. The play starred another
newcomer to Broadway, Judy
Holliday, formerly Judy Tuvim
of the "Forscht Circuit,'
rise was so sensational as to be
voted the best female perform-
ance of the year. "Born Yest< r-
day" is a comedy about Washing-
ton politics involving an ambi-
tious junk dealer who thinks he
can buy a senator and own all
the postwar ;icrap on the globe.
Kanin's carter is one of the
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groups, the Home purchased additional property, planned a building expansion program and
started a capital funds drive lo finance it. Estimated goal: 178.000.___________________________
JEWISH GENIUS SPARKS N. 1. THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
(Continued from P.ige 49)
duced The Rugged Path" with
Spencer Tracy, a story of a news-
paper editor pitied against pow-
erful enemies. It was a search-
ing stud} of incipient fascism
here at home. In the field of
light entertainment, "Are You
With It?" written by the gifted
Jewish team of Bitty Comden
and Adolph Green and starring
the pew comedian, Lew Parker,
addid lilt to the scene. The com-
posi rs were likewise Jewish-
Harry Revel and Arnold Hor-
witt.
That old warhorse of Broad-
way, Ben Hecht, was. at the mo-
ment, wooing th,. muse off the
beaten trail. He and lus perennial
collaborator, Charles MacArthur,
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came up with a mystery thriller.
"Swan Song." but to indicate he
had m t come upon lean years,
Hcchl announced that this was
a mere excursion. A more serious
work. "A Flag Is Born," directed
by Luther Adler, was to make
its appearance later in the season.
It Chronicles one part of the jour-
ney to Palestine by three Euro-
pean refugees,
During the latter period of the
theatrical year, still another new-
comer was destined to make an
important bow. She was Maxine
Wi od, formerly a member of the
staff of the newspaper PM, who
wrote "On Whitman Avenue."
After a slow start, it taught fire
and evoked magnificent backing
from the public. It is a serious
study of racial conditions in New
York, with particular emphasis
on the Ni gro ghetto, and it rc-
| fleets credit on the Jewish race
to produce such a champion for
another down-trodden people.
The season, too, saw Irving
Berlin come back with a smash
I hit, "Annie Get Your Gun." This
' was an almost all-Jewish work,
too, as Oscar Hammerstcin and
I Richard Rodgers presented it. and
lb rbert and Dorothy Fields.
tl ose talented children of the
sei ior half of the firm of Weber
and Fields, wrote the book. It
| is a musical that will run as long
as the stais can appear every
night at 8:30.
Kern, Romberg, Berlin, Ham-
merstein, Rodgers, Romein one
great year of musical entertain-
ment on Broadway, coupled with
Kanin, Laments, Rice, Hecht,
Shaw, Sam and Bi 11a Spewack,
M Hart, Maxine Wooda glit-
tering combination of the old and
new. an artistic group blending
tl e erious with the light, giving
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inspiration to the millions who
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year marks the tercen-
;;;,,,, birth of a brave
has won a
Jewish liter-
sht. was not a great poet-
eator of a great
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PEPYS. CHRONICLED LIFE OF LHJEfl
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
Lnatii book Cf mcmo,rs
I nds0ut in Jewish liter-
xposition of
i r personal nar-
tkcl Von Hameln, who was
' jn 164(i, in the vcrdammte
v as earned the
as the Jew-
Samuel Pepys.
nish us small
' much intcr-
alue. As her
led for pub-
t. unvarnished
ol worth to the

this 17th cent-
unusual, be-
graphies and
in every lit-
jure.Ji "'' Iatner
.'.. n this type of
Her diaries are
revelation of
ly to the ro-
also to the
j history, be-
ive us an ac-
Jewish life in
, G any.
wen begun after
.ml in 1689,
listracting my
ens laid upon
si ven little
: written in
I the period.
I to while away
y nights and
t'ontim.' tl e time of
GluckeFs own death in 1724. at
the age of 78.
Thai Gluckel was an excep-
iional woman is evidenced by
her manifold activities. She
was a learned woman and her
intellectual capabilities have
been fully vindicated in her
memoirs. And like a .nan. she
made transactions on the
'5
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[Jewish literature of the period.
Isold
Segal
of 11
' I in the small town
A!"r a y-i'- young couple
'" Hamburg, living there
' esl circumstai
!"'': "'"": Breatly improved
Bourse, managed
factory. traveLt ,o the b"a
fairs and carried on her com !V"
mercial enterprises on a scale "V PPJ- marked
of big business.
But above her many worldly *nus,J,stieally t her fathei
enterprises, Gluckel was primar epl
Hy a woman and a mothei She '
cared for a brood of six s< :
six daughters. The was the
cal Jewish mother, and her writ-
ings indicate that shi was like
the most anxious Jewish ,
of other times and other i
rearing her children fn n I
cradle to the chuppan, mal
them off with shrewdness and
with an eye for the future, and
laughing and sheddinu, t;,i
as Jewish life can hi .
Three years after her
when the Jews were t xpelled
from Hamburg (in 1649), Muck-
ers parents movt d to Alt na; bul
in consequince of the Sv
pi.;;.
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busin
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proval
f the i .:,:. grew
ip
with .![.. ,,..,
monly
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up verj
married
Uev
H eldesl lau I
ed h>
I invasion of that city in 1657, they
'returned to Hamburg. Glue* rtz of
was a student in the local Cheder '"'" '" ''- which
was a student in the local Chedei
and was made acquainted witl
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having already been married. The
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her busy days in business and
the raising of her brood. Her
transactions with the agents of
the German princes were nvr.gled
' with quotations from the llible
and Talmud. Her business ran
into thousands of Reichstaler and
shi enjoyed large credits from
merchants. The rich widow, she
tells us in her memoirs, had plan-
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children, to spend the remain-
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heavy losses in business changed
I ei plans, and at the age of fif-
ty-four she married the wealthy
banker Cerf Levy of Metz.
The marriage was a practical
move, to which she yielded after
much persuasion on the part of
children and friends. It was
I igjh true, they told her, that she
stopped running around Ham-
travelling to the winter
fans and traversing the country-
wide cm long, tiresome journeys.
Gluckel doesn't write of the
hanker with the warm endear-
ment which her pen showered
upon Chaim. Her days with Cerf
Levy lacked the tender and af-
fectionate enchantment of her
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young love. Chaim had been the
crown of her life, her dearest
friend.
Unfortunately, one year after
the marriage Levy lost both his
own fortune and that of his wife,
and Gluckel, hitherto accur'.omed
to opulence- oecame dependent
upon her husband's children.
Those were indeed sad days for
Gluckel. She, who had boasted
that she owed no one even as
much as a groschen, now came
to the realization that her hus-
band could not meet his creditors.
In her diaries, Gluckel confesses
quite honestly that she had en-
tered upon the marriage with
Cerf Levy only because she want-
ed a comfortable old age and
hoped that her children would
gain in their business enterprises
through here relationship with
the leading Metz banker.
In 1712, her second husband
passed on to his earthly reward
and Gluckel settled in the house
of her daughter Esther, wife of
Moses Krumbach-Schwab of
Metz. Here she passed the re-
maining years of her life, occupy-
ing herself with the writing of
her Memoirs. Gluckel had always
been an energetic woman and
she could never have been satis-
fied sitting with folded arms
waiting for death to overtake
her.
Her son Moses, who was
rabbi of Baiersdorf. and son-
in-law of the court Jew, Sam-
son Baiersdorf, with great pains
copied his mother's manuscript.
It was this copy which had
been preserved for more than
a hundred years in a German
library. In 1896, David Kauf-
man, one of the leading Jewish
scholars in Austria, published
the Memoirs after carefully dit-
ing the manuscript left by
Gluckel's son. It was from this
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THOUSANDS OF REFUGEES ME LITTLE HOPE FOB 5707
By FRED A. STERN
It is tragic indeed that the
greeting of Happy New Year will
have a hollow ring for many
thousands of Jews in Europe, as
we begin the year 5707. In the
days immediately following V-E
Day hope ran high for true de-
liverence of the scarred and shat-
tered remnants of the Jewish
people who had survived the hor-
rors of Hitlerism.
Now that a year of continued
sorrow and suffering is passing
into history we are confronted
with a record of homelessnrss.
distress and despair in post-war
Jewish life that must cause deep
concern to every Jew. The fact
that pogroms could occur in Po-
land one year after the defeat
of Hitler, the fact that Jews
could be thrown behind barbed
wire enclosures for the crime f
seeking refuge in Palestine, the
fact that Jews by the tens of
thousands could be forced to wan
der over the highways of Europe
in flight from persecutionall
these tragic events have combin-
ed to cast a deep and dark sha-
dow on the hope for the survival
and revival of European Jewry.
The developments in Jewish
life in the year 5706 clearly indi-
cate that the poison of anti-Sem-
itism has not been eradicated
from the face of war-shattered
Europe and that the plight of the
Jews today is little less appalling
t an it was before the Allied arm-
ii s crushed the Nazi plan for
world conquest. The year 5706
$100,000,000 for the United Jew- situation hPM **
L Appeal has been the most ~\*^J^?Z in
heartening symbol of hope and {-"^J^* tQ continuc
encouragement for the Jewish
people during the period of un-
diminished crisis and travail. The
brightest chapter in the past year
has been the remarkable out-
pouring of generosity on the part
of all sections of American Jews
in behalf of the combined nat-
ionwide ean.pamji for the Joint
Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and tne
National Refugee Service (Lnit-
ed Serve, For New Americans).
To date more than $72,000.-
000 ha* been raised for the 1946
United Jewish Appeal and
there is every hope that with
the completion of the Fall
drives thai are now in progress
the full, unprecented quota ot
$100,000,000 will be reached.
This is a record of achievement
that is making history in the
annals of world Jewry as well
as American Jewry. It is be-
cause Jewish communities in
every section of the country
have fulfilled their obligations
that the agencies of the United
Jewish Appeal have been en-
abled to sustain lhe hopes and
rebuild the lives of many of the
Jews in distress and need.
In the midst o( meat difficul-
ties and critical problems of re-
lief and resettlement, the "*-
UPA. and t:, NRS (USNA) are
going forward with far-ranging
operations that are the VI ry back-
bone of the new future for Euro-
wolia conquest, mt- .-< ...... ,.
would present an unrelieved pic pear, Jewry The JDC now en
ture of tragedy and disillusion-
ment wen it not for the great
determination and unity of Amer-
ican Jews in lifting the Jewish
survivors out of the depths of
misery and despair.
The historic campaign to raise
gaged in the greatest program
assistance to Jews in its thnty-
one years of activities, bringing
all form- of aid to Jewish com-
munities m fifty counties in al-
most every corner of the globe.
Despite the present disturbed
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Again it is we who must decide
what kind of a new year our
brothers and sisters shall have. It
is this basic fact thai
Permost in our mn7ul'*
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the Jewish homeland to continue
the work of upbuilding and set-
tlement so that large masses of
homeless Jews who seek to find
a new home there may achieve
their greatest hope. It is the para-
mount desire of the Jews of Pal-
estine to keep up and increase its
task of construction for the sal-
vation of large sections of the
Jewish people.
With the in'-rease of refugee
immigration into the United
States, the National Refugee
Service (U lited Se.vi'.e for New
Americans) is eairyv.g on an ex-
tensive adjustment program to
provide for the speedy integra-
tion of the 2.000 displaced per-
sons who are reaching these
shores every month.
Thi day-to-day accomplish-
ments of American Jews through
the agencies of the United Jew-
ish Appeal represent the one
great foundation for the struc-
ture of hope that must rise in
place of the walls of ruins and
sorrow that surround so large a
proportion of our people.
As we enter the year 5707, it
is evident that the Jewish peo-
ple have been for the most part
left to their own resources to
shape their destiny. Because so
little intergovernmetal assistance
has been forthcoming, the action
of American Jews, through the
United Jewish Appeal, repre-
uf sents the most vital factor in the
rescue of the Jewish people from
fear, want and homelessness.
It is for this reason that on the
New Yiar our thoughts and our
hearts must be attuned to the
great ar.d piercing cry for broth-
erly understanding and help that
comes to us from across the seas.
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.WEB; 'Unesaneh Tokef"
expression that has collo-
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$ recited in the synagogue
^e the "Kedushdi" on
*gh Holiday.. Hs contents
,-t a stirring description of
t and realism of the D-
'nav of Judgment. In addl-
I this, b^utiful melodic
'have been affixed to it,
.. j, perhaps the most out-
Jng moment of the High
aV service.
IflON: What is the origin of
prayer?
!WEH; Tradition ascribes
i-in to "Rabbi Amnon of
nee," who is claimed to
uttered it in response to
lirring tragedy that befell
hen an Archbishop at-
ted to compel him to change
lith. After repented requests,
iged gentleman asked for
days extension in which to
the matter over, after
he definitely asserted his
fastness to his own faith,
fan. When the waiting pe-
Las over and the Archbish-
emisarries brought him to
v force, it was ordered that
of him "who goeth not to
II of the great >ne" and the
,of him "who -tretcheth not
to accept the new faith" be
Ivamputattd. After this ter-
' crdeal (he mutilated re-
of the staunch believer
were allowed to be brought home
where he slowly bled.
Soon the New Year's holiday
approached and feeling his days
numbered, he asked his disciples
to bring him to tht. synagogue
where he may offer his prayers
to the Almighty and 'sanctify his
name". His disciples brought him
to the synagogue in his litti r and,
as per his request, asked per-
mission to open the ark foi
prayer. It was at the moi nl
before the "Kedushah" that the
dying martyr offered his last
words which are now contained
in the "Unesaneh Tokef" pray, r,
and expired in a pool of blood.
It is, said that soon after the
incident he appean d in the
dream of the famous "Rabeinu
Meshulem Ben Kloynomos" who
was so moved by this touching
example of undying faith that he
offered the prayer to be incorpor-
THE HIGH HUIR
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
after I ibdued the
hold revolution ol Bar Koi
',''';" led u. annU
Id "; to
both
"' and openly defied it,
at the
ten n t< :
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nanve Ti dj n El i a i
j?n. : Hanina son of
Kakinai; V h< ab, i ,
J"aah son I Dama; Jud
" Bal Huzi t, the Int tei
QUESTION: What is the origin
of the prayor as it now stands?
ANSWER: S
cul i ns R ibbi J |
",l w'th the Com.
i .t as an el .
ment. On this day too, Jewish
tradition calls forth the heroic
annals of those of the past as an
example, as well as a symbol, of
hope and salvation. Furthermore,
the blood of the ten Martyrs was
considered as the price for the
lhameful deed by which the ten
sons of Jacob* sold their brother
ated in the High Holiday Services
all over the land. The event is QUESTION: Why is it said par-
said to have occurred sometime
in the eleventh century.
QUESTION: What is the nature
of the prayer "Elah Ezeroh"?
ANSWER: The prayer "Elah
Ezeroh" is a memorial de
tion of the death of ten martyrs
which is recited in the afternoon
service of Yom Kippurat the
end of the Musaf service. It re-
fers to the ten scholarly martyrs
who were horribly murdered
during the Hadrianic persecu-
tions which began in the year
135 A.D.
Some time after the destruc-
tion of the Temple by the Ro-
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Wish All Their Friends
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Joseph. The selling of Joseph is
said to have occurred on the
tenth day of Tishrai (Day of
Atonement) thus making the
Yom Kippur holiday a fitting an-
niversary to recall the blood that
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FRIDAY.
PRAYING JEW
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1155 Collins Avcnui
PHONE 5-9041
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EMPIRE FOOD MARKET
78 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9155

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230 N. E. 3rd St.
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This is "The Praying Jew." On lhese High Holidays marking
the new year of 5707 he is sad. He mourns for his murdered
people who prayed with him in years past. But he looks to the
new year with hope for the future of his people in their own
homeland.
FEMALE PEPYS
(Continued from Page '1>
latter German edition that
Marvin Lowenthal made an
English translation and pub-
lished it in this country almost
15 years ago.
The simple story of her life
that Gluckel lias presented to us
was penned not cut of vanity of
.uthority, but rather that she
might distract her soul from its
burdens and that she might In-
struct her children in the proper
Orach Chaylm"the proper
path of Jewish living.
The naivete of Gluckel's writ-
ing, her unadorned sincerity and
genuineness, the substantiality of
her griefs and her joys all ener-
gize the human beauty of the
book, But, what is most impor-
tant to us, today, is that the pages
of Gluckel's M life of 17th century Jewry in
Germany which was v tkc same as it was during the
Middle Ages.
Eci m n ically, the Jew was
limited to dealing in money if he
was prosperous, or in peddling
if he was not so well off. Gluckel
describes the life in the Judjsn
gasse in all its quaint aspect)1 Stu-
dents of Jewish history arc given
a first-hand description of the
Hof-Jude. the Court Jews who
were the agents of the rulers and
who because of their position
were entitled to many personal
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tenderness of her character, her
happy disposition, the nobility of
her hopes, the ambitions she ex-
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the *"'% *>,
-'f-hood andmplw"
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years
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27. 1946
9'Je*lsiiFhr*t***
II SHI PRESS VIEWS JEWISH PROBLEMS
., ije,. new pr' n
controversial Jewish
.as much as poss.blc.
Ltors are keenly awarj
L-Scmitic prejudice still
tins in many ^rd,C
fZs also realize the im-
'rf bread and butter
hkate "Jewish issues,
I are seldom touched and
fc are handled, are giv-
TCriel and factual treat-
,,s eieven newspapers
[,.,, greatest number in
rman city-offer Kood ll-
s of this point But it
remembered that Ber-
Lmapers are not typical
lany as a whole. As long
distinct zones exist
L publications (<>r any-
[3 for that matter) cannot
tentative of the whole.
[in Berlin, where four
Irule, all of the papers
Lccd by one or oth-
the powers, most are
ten for the various politi-
ies, and om. the Tagliche
bu. is the overt USSR
I should also be remem-
fcst all newspapers in
line are subject either to
[postpublication censor-
bg through any of these
papers on a day following one
in which Jews figured in some
news item (violence in Palestim
for instance), the reader will find
generally the same brief article
written by either American, Rus-
sian, British, French, or control
led German news agencies in
every one of the papers, depend
ing upon th news agency to
which the newspaper subscribes
Polish pogroms or other news in-
volving Jews in something cli sei
to Germany get a bit more space,
as does some official London 01
Washington pronouncement con
cerning the fate of the remaining
Jews in Germany.
Probably the most prominence
is given to those Jewish stories
originating inside Germany, not
some statement that a DP leader
might issue, but rather, a DP
riot, and the more violent, the
more space it gets. Thus, regard-
ing "straight" news of Jewish in-
terest, the German press is not
unlike its American counterpart
and reprints news items as sup
plied it by the afon.-mcntic.in d
news agencies.
But it is in their editorial col-
umns and commentaries that
German editors show thi ir de-
sire to shun the Jewish issues.
These columns would be the logi-
cal place to present the touchy-
Jewish problems such as prop-
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.erty restitution, financial com-
pensation, and other problems.
l^nu would also b.. the best spot
to educate the German people
and attempt to rid then. ,,| some
of their anti-Semitism. Here is
, where the German editors fall
* wn in their job.
Where they could bt. a strong.
Positive vo.ee urging the present
merman governments to adopt
genuine restitution laws, the Ger-
man press, on the few occasions
. ll "' I Jewish af-
faire, m wths some glowing gen-
t'fality oncerning th. moral
. "i th. Jews and ot
Nazi-oppr, ,,, lhei]
stolen property. Most of them add
that 'haste' must be avoidt.
care"l ition" given to
the cost involved.
Only th( mon radical papers,
* as th Frankfurter Rund-
sr'"11 and thosi backing the
Communist Party and Socialist
Einheits (Unity) Party, which is
a con... |j lation i| tl. Socialist
and Communi s Ui the
Russian zoi e and sector of Ber-
linonly these genuinelj back
the Jews and othi r \,.
But even the latter tread mildly
because the ntir< 1, ,n is
exti mely political and no party
is willing to go the lull way just
now.
Some new,papers en
straight educational mi ds 111
their columns to teach the falla-
Cil S of Fascism or to Spread liter-
ature by Jew] gen-
' ral news involving Jews, per-
haps the Life of George Gersh-
win or Irvine Berlin or what has
happened to Albert Einstein. The
American-published Ncuc Zei-
tung, issued from Munich, but dis-
tributed zonewide, thus again the
more radical papers, are 'Ut-
standing along these lini -
But taken as a whole, it can
be said that German editors I \
failed in the vital job of at least
trying to bring home to the Ger-
man people the terrible crime
committed by Germany against
the Jews. Politics and fear of a
loss in circulation also keeps the
editors from honestly discus-ing
pn sent problems.
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FRIDAY,
POISON SHEETS breeding distrust of religious and racial groups are once again
being cSSS by the tens of thousands and reaching into the -arms. ^toru^-meM
enSrprises. and homes of America. Directed against the Jews .hey are *******"
weapons of the hate-mongers, demagogues and the anti-Semites the 8Peaf^ad of a
broader attack upon the freedom of all Americans. Exposing and combatting these powerful
forces of hate and destruction axe two national organizations, the American Jewish commit-
tee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.______________________________
111 DR. and MRS.
DR. and MRS. A. E. ROSENTHAL JOS. B. MARGOLIS and Daughter ISADORA
and Family and Son STEVEN
Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a
NEW YEAR VERY HAPPY
ill T NEW YEAR
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MIAMI BEACH
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- spin becauw of this deed.
QUESTION: What is the origin
of the "New Year Cardi"?
ANSWER: It sums to be a
fact that sending New Year Cards
is indeed not a Jewish custom in
its origin. It hardly seems to be
rooted in religious observances.
Of course, the fact that the Jews
probably copied it from other
nations does not subtract from
the social and humanitarian val-
ues of this tradition. It is noted
that the early Persians would
si nd eggs upon which were in-
scribed New Year's wishes to
their frii rids and relatives. The
Romans sent gifts as a token of
fnenilsi.ip on the New Year. It
seen s tl it most nations had
some soil of social form of greet-
ing for the New Year and so the
JeSvish people wen no exception
to this form of sociological mani-
festation.
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MR. and MRS.
ABE ARONOVITZ
AND FAMILY
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
TO ALL
MORRIS G.
WARNER
MIAMI BEACH
*
DR. and MRS.
ALVIN F. GARDNER
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A
VERY
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
V
IT IS WITH PLEASURE
WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. and MRS. ALLAN MILLER
1643 S. W. 7th Street
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Wm. Jennings Dunn
Harold M. Wilson
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
$
MR- and MRS.
HAROLD TURK
AND DAUGHTER
CORNELIA
AND SON
JONATHON
SINCERE GREETINGS
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Judge and Mrs.
MORRIS BERICK
JOY and
FRANK MARTIN

SEASON'S
GREETINGS
DAN
CHAPPELL
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COMPLIMENTS
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MR. and MRS.
HENRY D.
WILLIAMS
AND FAMILY

m- and MRS
BURNETT roth
^tendthebbtJ
WISHESF0RAK)J
AND HAPPY New
YEAR TO ALL THE*
FRIENDS .
GREETINGsl
lor
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAH
MR. and MBS.
LOUIE BANDE
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEA1]
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Mitchel D. Prici
Charles W.Zarinq I
Robert S. Florenc*
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. ud MBS.
HARRY
GORD0H
AND FAMILY
1255 WHl At. Mul
Mr. and Mrs.
Marx Feinberg
and Family
Wish All Their FrW
and
Acquaintances
a
Happy New Y*
MR AND MRS.
MAURICE- GROSSMAN
AND DAUGHTERS
NAOMI and R I T A
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY ^
and particularly to the Officer.. Boatd ftJL
and Member, of th Y. M. H. A. and T
and all thir affiliated actitrW-
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR


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e Year In Jewish Education
By URIAH Z. ENGELMAN
to be published In the forthcoming volume of the
, revicw to "----- -----...... ,v"""e "' tne
r' ,h Year Book. Released by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
tan J'wl* of the Jewish Publication Socity.)
of developments in number
Ration in American
!945-46, was conduct-
. soring by this writer
K2SL Jewish Year
t connection with th.s m-
*n nucstionna.res were
466 cities. Replies were
from 1^5 communities,
.most of the larger cities
^munities were dtotrib-
j 36 states, and had an
? Jewish population of
Lent of the
Ireaf
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Re
or 73.7 per c
(wish population in tne
lied communities consti-
lerefore. a very satisfac-
mple and the information
Jd Offers an adequate
of the present status of
tducation
[formation
illment in the
and Sunday schools, the
md length of sessions,
the land.
Jewish
lent of the teacher short-
trtailment or intensifica-
Jprograms, new develop-
|in Jewish education, and
slated details.
major fact culled from the
fcls that the interest in
(education shown by the
lar. Jewish community in
r years has not only been
lied in the past year, but
len extended and intensi-
I is revealed first of all
1 increased enrollment in
iday. weekday and in the
I schools; in the intensifi-
p the curriculum of many
and Sunday schools
increasing either the
or length Of theirl ses-
sions; in the renewed ernttiasis
on the Hebraic ele'mMjL>/R the
curriculum, in the extension of
the departments of education by
the Jewish institutions of higher
learning, in the larger appropria-
tions by community funds for
Jewish education; and last but
not least, in the opening of a
Department of Jewish Education
by the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
The facts on the debit side of
the Jewish educational inventory
for the review year, point to the
great shoitage of qualified teach-
ers and principals for the Jewish
schools. This shortage worked as
a blight on existing and proposed
educational programs in many
cities- Coupled with this shortage,
and exerting a similar influence,
especially in the smaller towns,
is the inadequate, obsolete and
unaesthetic physical facilities in
which most of the Jewish schools
are housed.
ENROLLMENT
In 1940, Dr. Golub catenated
the total enrollment in all Jewish
schools at 190,000 (180.000 in the
elementary schools and 10,000 in
the high schools.) The estimate
was based on reported enroll-
ment in 20 large cities. Two years
later, Ben Rosen raised this esti-
mate to 200,000.
The present estimate, which
is based on returns from 135
communities, places the num-
ber of children enrolled in all
Jewish schools, Sunday and
weekday, elementary and sec-
ondary, at 231,028. The number
is probably larger since the
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GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|CHELMLY FURNITURE & DEPT. STORE
22 N. W. First Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN LUCOFF
of the
HUB FOOD CENTER
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
,Wl7th Street Phone 3-8646
VICTOR R. KOHN-ELLARD G. KOHN
BEST WIS"ES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IEL H- LEVY and MAURICE LEVY
of the
PENN FOOD CENTER
"on Road
Phone 5-3206
ions
GREETINGS
M* Yedr bri"9 Unitv for th* Vnittd Nat
d everlting Peac. to all mankind
|orida Linen Service
100 N. W. 20th STREET
2* SCh001 Md Parochial
school reglstration included in
ove figure covers only
the
. --aw -.uvcis only
cities which reported such data.
The above total may be broken
down as follows:
The Sunday school enroll-
ment in 1945-46 was 120,365.
Tn* was calculated on the
basu of returns from 135 cities
which reported an aggregate
enrollment of 60.028 pupils;
and on estimates for the unre-
Ported communities based on a
pattern of registration found
in 129 communities outside the
large metropolitan centers. For
estimating the enrollment in
the Jewish weekday schools
the same technique was used.
Ninety-four communities re-
ported an aggregate registra-
tion of 69,999. Including the
unreported communities, the
total enrollment in the Jewish
weekday schools of'the country
was 110,663-
The prevailing notion that most
of the weekday afternoon schools
are of the two or three-day-a-
week type, is not borne out by
the facts gathered for this survey.
Of 296 weekday afternoon
schools, distributed over 91 com-
munities, and reporting on the
number of sessions their schools
meet per week, 88 schools or 29.7
per cent conducted five sessions
a week, 79 or 26.6 per cent met
four times a week, 71 or 23.9
(Con.iniied on Page 58)
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1626 Lenox Ave. 5-2663
BLUE PRINTS PHOTOSTATS
BLACK & WHITE PRINTS
Reliable Service
For Architects and Engineers
BEST WISHES
fpr the
NEW YEAR
PASSMORE'S
1244 N. E. 2nd Ave. 2-3772
6665 Biscayne Blvd. 7-5584
AUTO SUPPLIES
TIRES and TUBES
Radios Sporting Goods
TOYS
LANG
SERVICE
STATION
427 S. W. 8th Street
S!
Wish Their Friends
A Happy New Year
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-6481
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Extend Best Wishes to
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray
Grauer, Cantor and Mrs.
Maurice Mamches and
Family and to the Officers,
Directors and Members of
the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation and Sis-
terhood in Particular, and
to All Jewry in General.
REV. and MRS.
S. J. FREEDMAN
of
FREEDMAN'S
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins 4 Wash. Aves.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
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BROWN'S SAFETY SERVICE
10 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 2-4602
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BALLAS
6700 N. W. 15th Avenue
GROCERY
Phone 7-9578
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Edna Champlin Employment Service
127 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 9-3207
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
BUCKINGHAM UPHOLSTERING SHOP
7502 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 7-0257
Custom Service Accurate Workmanship
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ijl
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3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473
Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
yj
NEW YEAR
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4{j
FROM
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Established 1915

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TIE YEAR IN JEWISH EDUCATION
(Continued from Page 57)
per cent three times and 58 or
19.6 per cent twice per week.
Similarly, the largest enroll-
ment was claimed by the more
intensive type of school. Thus,
the five day a week school
claimed 9,985 students or 36.2 per
cent of the total weekday school
enrollment in the 90 cities, the
four-day-a-week schools had 7,-
298 students or 26.5 per cent of
the enrollment, the three-day-a-
week school 8,165 or 29.6 per cent,
and the two-day-a-week school
2,067 or 7.6 per cent of the enroll-
ment-
Increase in Sunday Schools
Sunday school enrollment in-
creased in 1945-6 in most cities
throughout the country, if the
polled sample of 90 cities il
f;iir indication of the situation
general. Of the 90 cities which
reported enrollment both for
1945-6 and 1944-5, sixty-one com-
munities or 68.5 percent reported
increases; 17, or 19.1 percent de-
clines, and 11 indicated no
change.
The weekday -school enroll-
ment has increased more than
seven percent the past year ac-
cording to the 78 cities which
have reported enrollment for the
years 1045-46 and 1944-45. The
afternoon schools of all types
participated in the increase. The
two-day-a-week schools, how-
ever, claimed the largest propor-
tionate increase of 23.7 percent,
followed in order by the three-
day, four-day and five-day-a-
week schools.
Hebrew education on a see-
dary level has shown a slight
increase during the past year.
The registration for the He-
brew classes of the public high
schools has increased during
the review period six percent.
Hebrew was taught in 15 senior.
2 junior and 2 evening high
schools. Of the New York col-
leges, Hebrew was offered last
year at the New York Univer-
sity. Hunter College. Brooklyn
College. Columbia University
and the New School for Social
Research-
According to a paper by Dr.
Abraham I. Katsh, professor of
education at New York Univer-
sity, .it least 261 colleges and uni-
versities outside of New York
city accept Hebrew as meeting
the school's language require-
ments, wh:le at least 95 colleges
universities (exclusive of
theological schools and seminar-
throughout the United States
teat H br< w.
Yiddish Schools
During the past year, the Yid-
dish Schools celebrated their 35th
year or. the American scene. The
first Yiddish schools were organ-
ized in 1910 with the avowed
aim of combatting the cosmopoli-
i tan-assimilationist moods that
prevailed within the Yiddish-
speaking circles of that time.
Following the First World War
and the Russian Revolution, and
reflecting a more leftist orienta-
tion within the Jewish working
classes, the Yiddish schools at-
tenuated the Jewish phase in the
curriculum and emphasized the
proletarian and the international
elemt nts.
Since the middle thirties, the
ideological motivation of the Yid-
dish school has become increas-
ingly a desire to cultivate in the
child an appreciation of J-wish
value, through greater emphasis
on the study of the Jewish holi-
days the Bible, the Hebrew lan-
guage and customs and ceremon-
les Among the reasons for this
development are the influence of
the growing anti-Semitism in
Central Europe, the worsening of
the Jewish political and economic
situation in Poland and, mainly,
,i !, i ling of greater rootedness
of the Yiddish-speaking element
in the American soil. The Yiddish
sch ol, unlike the Hebrew school,
is usually affiliated with an ex-
isting central national organiza-
tion.
During the school year 1945-
46, the Workmen's Circle con-
ducted 92 schools with an aggre-
gate enrollment in the element-
ary division of 5,030, in the pre-
school deparment 195, and in the
Yiddish high school classes 385.
The total enrollment in all the
Workmen's Circle schools was
5.610. The Sholem Aloichcm in-
stitute operated during the re-
view year 23 Yiddish schools
ci mbined registration in
the elementary schools was 1.200
pupils, in the kindergarten, 105
and in the high school depart-
(Continued on Page 64)
SEPTET
Greetings of the Season
SHECKELS
STANDARD SERVICE
1700 N. W. 20th Street
Phone 2-9512
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
OLIN L. SIMPSON
GARAGE
3263 N. W. 17th Avenue
Phone 3-2085
"One of Miami's Best
Equipped Shops"
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TAMIAMI BAR
Tamiami Hotel
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PLAYTIME TOGS. INC.
1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2813
Manufacturers of
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
Made in Miami
MR. and MRS.
ISAAC JOFFE
Extend
to
All Jewry
Sincere Wishes
for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
T
MR. and MRS.
WILLIAM L. PALLOT
and FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES
lor the
NEW YEAR TO ALL
t
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PAN AMERICAN OPTICAL CO.
406 Langford Building
121 S. E. First Street Miami. Florida
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
11.
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MR. and MRS.
JEROME H. WEINKLE
and DAUGHTERS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 DuPont Building
Phone 2-4033
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MABEL MATHIEU
Specializing in Slacks
CUSTOM MADE and ALTERATIONS
NOW LOCATED
120 N. E. First Avenue
It is with pleasure that I
extend Best Wishes to
my Friends on the
occasion of the
observance
of
ROSH HASHONA
Mrs. Wm. Douglas PawleJ
3190 Pinetree Drive
BEST
WISHES
lor the
NEW YEAR
THIS YEAR AND
EVERY YEAR
SISTRUNK, Inc
537 N. W. 24th Street
MIAMI Phone 1
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS E. PALLOT
AND FAMILY
and the
NORTON lint CO., I,
500 WEST FLAGLER. Corner FIFTH AVENUE
PHONE 3-4639
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Beautiful Sears in Miami ... one of the greatest ol am
most reliable chain of department stores. With everyt in
home, family and car to make your life in Miami most p
1300 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone
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BByuMMM 53*553
SEPTEMBER 27. 1946
^Jcnisti fhrkBsm
i# American Jewish
,nference For Unity
By SYLVIA GILMAN
situation in which the remnant of European Jewry found
H the first Rsh Hashona after V-E Day was a living
mration of American Jewry's foresight in creating the
\ n Jewish Conference. For the cease fire order did not
ntically usher in a new era of peace and justice for those
ho had survived Nazi slaughter. On the contrary. Earl
[Unison, who during the summer of 1945 surveyed the
on in Europe as the personal representative of President
' reported "as matters now sand, we appear to be treat-
ie 'jeWS as the Nazis treated them, except that we do not
mnatc them." ____j_ -
not only with increasing food
rations which were "too much
to starve to death but not enough
to live on" in the first months of
liberation. It pointed out, through
its team abroad and represen-
tations in Washington, that Jews,
because they had been singled
out for persecution, required spe-
cial treatment to wipe out past
injustices and to achieve for them
status and living standards ap-
proximating human decency. All-
Jewish centers were particularly
important, because most dis-
placed Jews in Germany were of
Polish origin, and the non-Jewish
Poles with whom they were
Harn'n's icport was made
0 Sept. 29. 1945. But the
,c,n Jewish Conference had
lcd into the work of re-
itatin? the remnant of
,c'an Jewry even before the
echo of Runfire had
ay. In tin first days of
the Conference had asked
s War :md State depart-
to' permit the dispatch of
,h liaison i ffi'.-ers to Amer-
occupied Germany.
.r months of long delay, Jew-
iaison officers and Jewish
agencies were permitted
tf the American zone. They
Ud under the supervision of
{A, whan assumed re-
Ibility for camp administra-
with AMG supplying basic
and clothing needs.
American Jewish Confer-
tcam arrived in Germany
Speaking to the Jews
camps in their own lan-
L, prepared by training and
lathy for the difficult task
:ttiiig the victims of Nazi
jution on the road to re-
ita'.ion. the Conference team
ted indefatigably. Every
:n the American zones of
ir.y and Austria was vis-
Becommendations were
0 UNRRA camp adminis-
asd t' the military au-
1 Conference was concerned
housed exceeded even the Ger
mans in anti-Semitic brutality.
Physical conditions in the
'amps lmproved. but progress
was slow. It required insistent
pressure, against inertia, red
tape, indifference, and hostil-
>|y. in some cases. Caloric ra-
tions rose from 900 to 1.000 in
some camps, to a prescribed ra-
tion of 2.000 calories or more.
Housing accommodations were
increased. All-Jewish centers
were established. Hospital fa-
cilities were made available.
Workshops for vocational
training, schools and recreation
programs were founded. After
much effort, several farm sites
were turned over to Jewish dis-
placed persons for agricultural
training in preparation for emi-
gration to Palestine-
While the Conference exerted
itself to better conditions in the
Jewish cent, is in the American
zone, it never lost sight of the
larger goal resettlement for
Jews in places where they could
begin new lives. Foremost among
(Continued on Page 60)
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LILY and ALFRED STONE
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
HARRY I. MAGID
BEST WISHES
lor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
EDWARD ROTH
and FAMILY
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON

SMITH'S FLOWERS
03 West Flagler Street Phone 2-4766
Floral Creations for All Occasions
WATCH FOR OUR NEW LOCATION
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
El &
piscayne Boulevard
CUSTOMS BROKER
Phone 3-7748
STEVEDORES
Operating on City Dock and Terminal Dock
City Dock Phone
9-3 4 0 1
Terminal Dock Phone
3-7748
GREETINGS
hi
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S. M. PERIS
515 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONE
3-4884
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
yj
W. C. "BILL"
LIITIFF
Dade County Representative
to the State Legislature
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
S & S SANDWICH SHOP
1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291
EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHENANDOAH FLORISTS. INC.
2359 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-8715
CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS
Flowers for Every Occasion
Washing and PolishingLubricationBatteriesTirei
Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery
71ST STREET SERVICE STATION
C. A. MacDONALD
SHELL SERVICE
337 71st St. Miami Beach Phones 6-91706-3747
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SIPF'S LEATHER REPAIR SHOP
153 N. E. Second Street Phone 3-7327
EXPERT REPAIRING
SUITCASE COVERS MADE TO ORDER
ZIPPERS REPAIRED AND REPLACED
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hollywood Beach Hotel
RICHARD S. WRIGHT. General Manager
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Established 1912
REDMACK
Distributors
TRUCKS BUSES TRAILERS
Miami Jacksonville

BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
ITER LYON,
Qn Am-erican Bank Building
INSURANCE
3-3331
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OF YOU VETERANS
The war has been long, you have fought hard and well. It's over for you now
and you're home again. Right now, those two words "home again" are about
the most wonderful words you can keep saying to yourself over and over.
You've dreamed about it so often when you've compared the tragic way
of life enforced on people of other nations, with your own well-remembered
community, and when you've been asked, "What are you fighting for?"
Well, you're home now home to all the things you have been fighting for,
and we who have been waiting your homecoming want you to know that
we're dedicated to continuing to work with you to keep and improve every-
thinq qood offered by this community to the men, women and children who
people it. You'll find many things the same. We want you to find many
thinqs better, ond we want to be the ones to back you up in Peace, as we
did in war fulfilling your every hope for the kind of security you want to
make the heritage of your children.
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(Continued from Page 59)
these places was Palestine. Polls
taken among Jews in the camps
by disinterested agencies showed
that 98% wished to emigrate to
Palestine. Outside of the camps,
Palestine also ranked high as a
choice for ultimate settlement.
The Conference, therefore, di-
rected its efforts to opening the
doors of Palestine to European
Jewry. At the first United Na-
tions Conference in San Francis-
co, in April, 1945, the Conference
forged a united front with Jew-
ries from other lands. The united
delegation succeeded in introduc-
ing a safeguard clause in the
trusteeship chapter of the United
Nations charter which left the
rights of the Jewish people under
the Palestine Mandate un-
changed. But the positive act of
opening the doors, shut tight In-
expediency and appeasement
while the Nazis slaughtered Jews
during the war, demanded an
unabating struggle involving the
full mobilization of American
Jewish opinion and complete
vigilance on the diplomatic front.
Typifying the dilemma of a
post-war world in which the
big powers evaded their obli-
gations and played shuttlecock
with the aspirations of the
Jewish people, was the de-
humanizing "DP" tag which
the Jews in the camps still
wore as the second Rosh Has-
hona after liberation ap-
proached. In the careful lan-
guage of diplomacy, Jews were
also alluded to as "infiltrees"
and "persecutees." Palestine
was screened out of the United
Nations discussions wherever
possible, and was referred to
only by inference-
When the issue finally came to
the fore, after Pnsident Truman
had requested British Prime Min-
ister Attlee to permit the entry
of 100,000 European Jews to Pal-
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Towing Oils
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2410 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-8154
USED CAR SPECIALS

MR. and MRS.
SAM GOLD
Wish
All
Their
Friends
A Very Happy
NEW YEAR
estine, the American Jewish Con-
ference rallied American opinion
behind the President's request.
When Great Britain countered
with the proposal to establish the
Anglo-American Inquiry commit-
tee, the Conference, though it
had correctly interpreted this as
a delaying maneuver, led the
testimony for American Jewry
at the committee's Washington
hearings,
Henry Monsky, chairman of
the interim committee, presented
the memorandum outlining
American Jewry's position and
also gave oral testimony. The
implementation of the commit-
tee's short-term recommenda-
tions for the immediate transfer
of 100.000 Jews and abrogation
Of the White Paper's land pur-
, ri strictions, is the objective
of an all out Conference- cam-
paign at present. In addition to
public pressure, on all 0CC8
tl is campaign is being pushed
throng!', diplomatic channels.
"INFILTREES"
Not many months after V-E
Day. Polish Jews who had been
repatriated b> gan recn ssing the
frontiers back to the American
zone, They fled f< r thru- lives
in the face of a resurgent and un-
controlled anti-Semitism. As the
sporadic anti-Jewish attacks in
Poland became more widespread.
the numbers of Jewish "infil-
trees" wno sought safety under
the American flag steadily In-
creased American military au-
thorities became alarmed.
Jewish installations becam*
dan g e r o u s 1 y overcrowded,
since the Jews who were camp
residents insisted that the new-
comers had to be accommodat-
ed. There were rumors that the
borders to the American sone
would be closed.
The American Jewish Confer-
ence stepped into the breach.
Having established firm contact
with the Jews in the camps, it
was fully informed of the exist-
in,, situation. In Washington,
there were continuous negotia-
tions with top War and State-
department officials responsible
for control of the American zone's
borders.
Assurances were received by
the Conference that Jewish "per-
secutees" would not be barred
from returning to American oc-
cupied territory. Additional ac-
commodations have been provid-
ed to shelter the Jews fleeing
from Poland and other East
European countries. The neces-
sity for maintaining a zone of
safety for Jews in Europe has
been recognized. This is to the
credit of American authorities,
!2TEMBER5
influx f Jews "ngf*4
8ttestheef?l
action by Am ^^
trough the Am?Can 3
Conference ^"^ I
is^wfthts;*
"* to keep thTJ?*
open to J. wi fieeinj f
it has also publicly
(Continued on Paj,
MR. and MRS. .
WALTER KOVNER
AND SON
JEFFREY
EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
DR. and MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON
216 43rd Street
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
SEASON'S GREETINGS
m^EGETABLES
m ITAMINS
w ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795
HAPPY NEW YEAR
M G I L L E R
and Associates
For A Square Deal, See Us
SEYBOLD BLDG.
163 W. Flagler Street
1448 Washington Avenue
BAKER'S STORE
EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A MIAMI INSTITUTION
We Invite Your Charge Account
137-43 N. Miami Avenue Phone'
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. LEON BERG and SON
of the
BLACKSTONE FOOD MARKET
737 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7M0
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
i;
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44 N. E. First Avenue
Women's Apparel
Phone 2-7779
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
BROCKELL & MORSE
Fruit and Vegetable Brokers
1260 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-3155
PALLAS
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The Most Unique f.lp rf Open Daily from
Restaurant In \V 's 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M.
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Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicurean*:
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BOND TIRE COMPANY
3561 N. E. Second Avenue Phone mi
Tires Batteries Accessories
BOB BOND. Prop.
y
ICE CONCRETE SERVICE
Complete Concrete Placing Service & Masonrj|
Phones 8-1796 7-6465
3153 N. W. South River Drive
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MODERN PAINT COMPANY. INC.
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
Operated by Fred Walker
2531 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2.3500
BEST WISHES FOR
A VICTORIOUS AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR TO ALL
ijt
Hotel Sheldon
227 SEVENTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-1881
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
RIVIERA PLAZA HOTEL
Telephone
337 20th Street
5-6843
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
Shelley Tractor &
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Phone
3650 Bird Road
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cfPTEMBER 27, 1946
,..... MmM Meridian
.wish Doctor From Dachau
PAGE SIXTY-ONE
By HAL LEHRMAN
MUNICH,
t of surgeons can cut and stitch till he is silver-
.?-J *Hilk/Mil Koinn rrKl ir% r-]nim *i\Q{ hp has
lives. Dachau, is
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f ji thumb-tied, without being able to claim the
| fnJo lives. Dr. Wolf Peisachowitch. late of D<
but he can already claim several times that number.
3 was not made on the operating table. It was made
line forming outside the Nazi gas chambers.
Peisachowitch had privileges. He had been the chief
at the Schavel Ghetto in Lithuania. At Dachau, the
Mound him expert enough, though a lew, to trust their
. ,0 him for medical attention. He treated the Nazis so
,y were afraid to lose him because the Dp ahilten reminded
annoy him. The only ee thgm q[ ^ concentration camps,
was the right to examine ^ they ^
, who had been selected ^ day ^ ^ ^
kermination because be-
|hey wee too ill or weak
jig five years of internment
Itched thousands of names
I waiting list for death. He
. condemned to bed, wan-
bod and drugs for them,
Je them strong enough to
back to their labor and a
from destruction.
Peisachowitch is still in
but he no longer has
Jewish lives with Nazis
, is doing a full-time Jew-
now. He is director of
Jewish Hospital. He
clinic, a nursing school
nedical seminar. Most of
[is also a symbolof the
which in this despised
j made the Jews of Mun-
[of the most dynamic com-
in Europe.
are about 8,000 Jews in
of National Socialism's
his does not include the
jhousands more who live
(laced persons' camps in
mich area. The 8,000 in
known as the Jewish
Oily are these who set up
' of their own, some kind
shift dwelling, tempo-
1 pathetically inadequate
'HAR GREETINGS
)GER 4 TOM'S
F0RG E
WROUGHT IRON,
BRONZE, ETC.
Ill
N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-1272
the memory. About half of them
came to Munich from internment
as soon as they could after liber-
ation. The rest chose Munich lat-
er. These had survived the ghet-
toes of central and eastern Eur-
ope or returned to them from ex-
ile in search of surviving rela-
tives. They finally came here be-
cause Munich, from all reports
drifting back to the lands of fresh
pogroms and non-anti-Semitism,
seemed the best transit point for
America or Palestine and a new
beginning.
The Jews of Munich have a
double credo during this period
of German limbo: to make maxi-
mum preparation for their emi-
gration and to make the hated
Germans help them do it. Even
under normal circumstances, the
energy of the Jews of Munich
would be singular. When the
sufferings they have endured
and the frustrations they are en-
duringare taken into account,
the energy begins to verge on the
miraculous. So do its results.
In nearby Berchtesgaden, for
example, actually within sight of
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
MR. and MRS.
ABRAHAM WERMAN
1301 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
To All Members of Miami
Beach Jewish Center; to
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman and family; to
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nath-
anson and family, 3915 N.
Meridian Ave., and to Mr.
and Mrs. David Meltz and
family, 1439 Alton Road.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
COMPLETE REFRIGERATOR SUPPLY
S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-5154
Commercial and Home Freezer Cabinets
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DE BOLIAC CO.
N. W. 23th Street Phone 2-5294
^vice and Equipment Gorwood Sale* and Seryice
ilEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DELL'S FLOWER SHOP
'"W.7th Avenue Phone 7-9341
Our Flowers Say It for You
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALFRED DESTIN COMPANY
^Y Avenue PhM 5-473
ROCK SAND CEMENT
the proud crag where Adolf Hit-
ler once looked out from an
"Eagle's Nest upon his "Juden-
reta world, Munich's Jews have
taken over a swank hotel and
converted it into a sanitaroium
lor the sick and the weary. The
m,ai" synagogue in bomb-crush-
ed Munich is what used to be
the ballroom in the mansion of
a local Nazi Party chieftain.
Around this nucleus, in build-
ings requisitioned through the
American Army, the Jews are or-
ganizing 3 community center i n-
tirely dedicated to training for
tomorrow. The center already has
a combined grammer and high
school with more than 10 Jewish
children enrolled. Two hundred
adults attend Fachschule where
they take intensive courses in
auto and electro-mechanics, radio
carpentry, masonry anything
that will contribute to a new
life overseas. The students use
Germany classroom and equip-
ment. The Joint Distribution
Committee provides the food and
clothing. ORT supplies the tools
and equipment. More than 250
other students are studying at
Munich University and the Con-
servatory of Music. A dispensary
staffed by twelve doctors, two
dentists and three nursesall
Jewishtreats an average of 1,-
100 cBefc cases ^.'tekly. Until re-
cently the Jews had no hospital
of their own. One day they re-
belled at having to lie in a dis-
placed persons' hospital in beds
next to Poles and Hungarians
whose very languages were
reminiscent of new massacres. So
they established a separate hos-
pital, and inaugurated another
school where thirty selected Jew-
ish women are training to become
its nurses.
Nothing in all this activity is
(Continued on Page 63)
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FOR THE NEW YEAR
JIM'S AUTO GLASS
SHOP
659 N. W. 5th St. 2-7562
T
Safety and Plain Glass
Installed While U Wait
THE NORMANDY
FOOD CENTER
1217 Everglades Concourse
Phone 6-1986
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Dairy and Grocery Products
Fresh Meats and Poultry
Fruits and Vegetables
FREE DELIVERY
HARRY KAPEHAN. Prop.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
8!
NORTHWEST
RIDING SCHOOL
N. W. 27th Ave. and 87th St
Phone 78-4640
SUZANNE C. SHEARER
Owner-Director
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NORTON PALLOT
TIRE CO.
$
1454 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
MR. F. E. STERN
3700 Hillsdale Road
BALTIMORE, MD.
Wishes All His Friends and
the Friends of the Late Mrs.
Stern in Greater Miami and
thru Florida
A GREATER, HAPPIER NEW
YEAR THAN EVER
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
RAINBOW TAVERN
2724 N. W. 36th Street
NO MINIMUM NO COVER
DINE and DANCE LIQUORS BEERS WINES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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REALTORS
SALES SPECIALISTS
Biscayne Bldg.
Phone 9-4516
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AND BARRELS
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TELEPHONE 2-6666
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222 N. W. 27th Street Miami, Florida
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Phone 3-5274
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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FRIDAY,
!2EMBER;
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO-ftLL
BLATT & MAYER
Wholesale Jewelers
Seybold Building phone 8"6375

The Rabbi. Officers and Directors
OF 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.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN
DUPONT BUILDING
AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
SINCEREST BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Clients
and Friends
SINCE 1926
KimiihmIv & Ely
INSURANCE, INC.
1900 Congress Building
Phones 3-06413-06423-06433-0644
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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* In 5706
Stale department of Jewish
War Veteran* reorganized at a
Miami Beach conference and
elected Abe S. Goldman, of
Miami. Florida commander
A $25,000 rilualarium wai
built and opened at 151 Michi-
gan are. la:e in the lummer.
Beth David bought a $75,000
piece of property in the South-
west section, planned a fund
drive to finance a new build-
ing for Miami's pioneer con-
gregation.
E
(Continued from Page 60)
against the attacks upon Jews
in Poland.
When Cardinal Hlond. Primate
of Poland, attempted to justify
the murder of 41 Jews in Kielce
on July 4. 1946. by stating that
Jews "who occupy the leading
positions in Poland's Govern-
ment." were to blame, the Con-
ference declared that the Cardin-
al's statement was "tantamount
to absolving the murderers of
their guilt," and served to "un-
dermine the earnest efforts of
the Polish government to extir-
pate anti-Semitism" Thc Con-
ference asserted that it refused
"to believe that this statement
represents the views of the Cath-
olic Church." The Conference co-
ordinated the actions of the inter-
ested Jewish groups toward al-
leviating thc growing emergency
ill Poland.
REPARATIONS
One of the major problems
which thc Conference prepared
for at its inception was that of
reparations for damages inflicted
upon Jews, and restitution of
their property and civil rights
after the war had come to a
close.
The first sum allocated for
nparations for Jews$22,500,000
from German external assets to
be used for rehabilitation and re-
settlementwas granted by the
Paris Reparation Agreement of
December, 1945, after Conference
representations and meetings
with American members of the
Allied Reparations commission
and representatives of neutral
governments. Citing the Paris
Agrtement as a precedent, the
Conference has proposed to Sec-
retary of State James F. Byrnes
that a portion of German extern-
il assets in Latin America, which
the South American countries are
now liquidating, should also be
set aside as reparations for jews.
Restitution of Jewish property
in Germany and Austria are part
>f the Conference's work in prog-
ress.
The Conference has formu-
lated plans for the creation of
a Jewish Reconstruction com-
mission which is to take charge
of assets belonging to Jews who
left no heirs, and Jewish cul-
(Continued on Page 64)
SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
Jk
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1138 N. E. Second Avenue |
MIAMI
Telephone 3-6224
ORION'S
GARAGE
GENERAL REPAIR
Electric and Acetylene
WELDING
2985 N. W. 54th Street
Phone 78-1161
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
MILTON M. SHAPIRO
Distributor of Branded Linens
Accessories
Wholesale Only Spot Delivery
Kiddies' Wear Ladies' Underwear
Beachwear Sports Wear
127 N. W. 2nd Street
Phone 2-3724
1131 N. W.
"Meet Here fa, ij
Good Chew-
Phone 78-2065
BB GARDNER
'-
BEST WISHES FOR |
NEW YEJ!
JUDGE
01
Miami Beach Co
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MARIA'S GIFT I
1009 Lincoln Road PhoniS-fl
Haint-Painted Novelties Greeting Cards Origimll
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALBERT HAUER JACOB L. LEVINE
n
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CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS and FORWARDERS |
901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO All |
FITHIAN STUDIOS
323 W. 47th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Pbos M
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CLOVER CLUB
FAMOUS HICKORY HOUSE CUISINE
118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
VAHAN'S RESTAURANT
phont **
1321 North MUmi Arenue
24-HOUR SERVICE
HOMEY MEALS end ATMOSPHERE
STEELE & KENT. Props.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
phon
16 N. E. Ninth Street
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SEPTEMBm^l^
10. and MRS. ALEX VAN STRAATEN
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Picciolo American-Italian Restaurant
i Collins Avenue Phone 5-9031
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF G. C. ACCOLLA
MB. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT
AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE
of the
PALLOT TIRE COMPANY
2246 N. E. Second Avenue
WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
V
PURE LEAD PRODUCTS CO.
N. W. N. River Drive Phone 8-2408
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROWELL FLOORING CO.
I N. W. 17th Avenu, Phone 3-8739
WOOD LINOLEUM and ASPHALT TILING
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
AMDRE Inc.
1121 Washington Avenue
58-3614 58-3615
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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OR 9 -1519
ORKIN
^J^lstnoridtiar)
Jacob H. Kaplan, president
>' the Greater Miami Rabbmical
a.iociat.on, i..ued the follow.no;
New Year 0reetinfl thi. week. Or.
Kaplan i, rabbi emeritu, of Temple
l"-ael and prendent of the Florida
Rabbinical atiociation.
To my brothers of the House of
Israel, gut-tings ln the New Year
a707 What shall we say, what
shall we pray, what shall we
wait for?
The noble Christians every-
W,.!V!e cry out Wlth Lord Byron:
"Tribes of the wandering feet
and weary breast,
How shall ye flee away and
be at rest!
The wild dovfc hath her nest,
the fox his cave,
Mankind their countryIsrael
but the grave."
We thought we had found in
Roosevelt a "shoot out of the
stock of Jisse, in whom rested
the spirit of wisdom and under-
standing, who with the rod of
his mouth shall slay the wicked,
and whose loins were girded with
righteousness," as Isaiah so di-
vinely foretold in chapter eleven
verses one through ten.
He. Roosevelt was such a
man. on whom the whole world
depended for salvation. But
alas. he. like Moses of old,
looked into the promised land,
and was not allowed to lead the
people into it.
For twenty-six hundred years
we have waited for what men to-
day call "Human Rights" to be
guaranteed to everyone every-
where But the leaders of the na-
tion have forgotten that. We Jews
still wait for that time; we wait
with faith in God, and in the good
will of men to usher in the age of
Human Dignity. We shall not
give up that hope. We shall in-
spire through our suffering the
world with that hope.
BUT meanwhile, we want a
place for the wandering feet
and weary breast of the rem-
nant of the Jews to rest from
their wanderings, and build as
a pattern for humanity the
Jewish Life of physical and
spiritual unity in man that
truly mirror forth the Dignity
of Human Personality.
No nation has as yet produced
a Roosevelt '"to decide with
equity for the meek of the land"
and so my brothers of the House
of Israel, we must wait, wait, and
pray, and pray, and fight and
fight, until God shall send an-
other man or men to enforce the
Human Rights for every human
being, and we sh-ill find rest
among, chastened and reborn
men, of a new world.
Nothing would be as tragic as
to lose our Hope, our Faith, our
Vision. May God grant that this
year the Holy One in His mercy
may hear our prayers, and save
Humanity. Amen.
J
(Continued from Page 61)
intended to give an ounce of com-
fort to the Germans one minute
alter the Jews leave. Character-
istically, the fifty members o
Munich's newly-formed Union of
Jewish Engineers took a solemn
oath to p.oduce nothing which
might contribute in the smallest
degree to restoration of German
economy. These men are archi-
tects, bndge-builders, road-mak-
ers But instead of constructing,
they are teaching d*"^"
ship, theory and the crafts. What-
ever is being built is made to be
taken away, including machin-
ery? work-benches, laboratories
furniture and plumb.ng Even
the basketball hoops bu.lt for
the outdoor gymnasium will
leave Germany with the Jews
who made them.
PAGE SIXTY-THREE
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
4J1
PLAZA HOTEL
316 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 9-1841
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
HAPPINESS. IOY AND PROSPERITY
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AND TO ALL JEWRY
Schrager's, Inc.
1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
yj
'HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY"
PHONE 2-0707
DIXIE TIHE C?
Sincere Greetings
ON THE
NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH
The employees and management of the Dixie
Tire Co. extend a warm wish for a Happy New
Year full of health, prosperity and peace.
Each new year brings to us many new friends.
Making friends means true progress, and our
aim is to keep up our progress.
Stop in any time at any of the five convenient
DIXIE stations. You'll find a friendly welcome
and satisfying service. Ask our friends .
they'll tell you!
DISTRIBUTORS OF
AMOCO PRODUCTS
SEIBERUNG TIRES AND TUBES
WILLARD BATTERIES
iPae.
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iural possessions stolen by the
Nazis from Jewish communities
which no longer exist. This
Jewish Reconstruction commis-
sion would act as a trustee for
the Jewish people pending the
final disposition of the heir-
less property.
SITUATION NOW
While the solution of the Pales-
tine issue nangs in thp balance,
the displaced Jews ir. Germany
and Austria waiting to emigrate
must continue to be fed and
housed. UNRRA, which runs the
camps, is scheduled to end oper-
ations by December, 1D4(>. The
International Refuge Organiza-
tion which is to succeed UNRRA
will not be in a position to take
over before the summer or early
fall of 1947. At the Fourth
UNRRA council meeting in At-
lantic City in March, 1946, repre-
sentatives of the American Jew-
ish Conference brought to the
attention of all delegates the urg-
ency of assuring assistance to
Jewish refugees dining this in-
terim.
The Fifth UNRRA council mee-
ing in Geneva, which began Aug.
2, was to decide the question >>f
who shall assume responsibility
for refugee relief operations un-
til the IRO begins to function.
The American Jewish Conference
was represented at the Geneva
meeting.
The decisions of the 21-nation
Paris Peace conference will be
crucial to the future of the Jew-
ish people. As this is written an
American Jewish Conic.
delegation is in Paris, closely co-
operating with the World Jewish
Congress and the Board of Dep-
uties of British Jews. The Jewish
delegation is pressing for inclu-
sion in the peace treaties with
former Axis satelite countries of
provisions which will guarantee
the restoration of rights and
5706THE YEAR IN
JEWISH EDUCATION
(Continued from Poe 58)
ment 140, a grand total of 1,445.
Personnel Shortage
The shortage of trained teach-
ers and executive personnel has
lie, n very acute during the past
year, The extent of this short-
age was disclosed in two surveys
made during the month of April,
1946 These surveys embraced
ning committee on the future or- -'- ,-. jiJtrihiitMl over
. ,, | 107 communities, distributed over
35 states. Of the communities
status to the Jews who remain
in those countries.
At the Third Session in Cleve-
land, February 17-19, 1946, the
future of the Conference was the
subject of most intense discus-
sion. There was complete agree-
ment on the need for continuing
the work of the Conference.
Since the third session, a plan-
MR. MORTON VOGEL
and
MR. STANLEY SIROTIN
of the
S TANT ON
ASSOCIATES
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
AND ASSOCIATES A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ganization lias been appointed.
Its terms of reference and its
procedure have been dfined- It
is composed of Dr. Stephen S.
Wise ami Henry Monsky, honor-
ary chairman ami chairman of
the interim committee respective-
ly; Louis Lipsky, chairman of
the executive commttee, one rep*
resentative each from the nine
groupings in the' Conference! and
a panel of nine other distin-
guished Jev'ish leaders selected
for their own qualifications ami
experi nee in American Jewish
affairs. Tl e planning committee
is to report to the interim com-
mittee nol iatei than November,
1946.
In Washington, the spokesman
for a united American Jewry lias
! Washington i ffice is a rallying
and coordinating centei for Amer-
ican Jewish action. Members of
Congress and government offic-
ials commui Icate with the Con- '
icrcncc on all matters of vital
interest to t::, Jewish people. The
nature of these consultations can-
not always be r< avealed. In a
World torn with power polities
and the universal desire for se-
curity and justicein a world
in which the Je wi.-h people still!
remain extremely vulnerable
American Jewry lias learned the
value of subordinating differen- j
ces to one common goal.
surveyed, 69 (or 64.2 per cent)
reported shortages; 28 (or 35.8
per cent) reported no shortages,
and 12 did not answer. The pro-
portion of communities in the
sample lacking teachers is un-
doubtedly larger than 64.2 per
COMPLIMENTS
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
244 N. W. 35th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOME FURNITURE
CO.
2719 S. W. 8th St 48-4142
Complete House Furnishings
"The Friendly Store"
cent, since some of the commu-
nities which have failed to an-
swer should also be included in
that category.
Assuming that the proportion
of shortages (64.2 per cent) yield-
ed by the sample is characteristic
"f,,h countryasa
Wlll,'^tleas6a2V*h*.,
mun't'es which wih ,>
teachers in ih*"N^
^ to operate 2* H
of efficiency Cr S**3
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JOHN Q. VANDIVER
AND
RUTH L. LYONS
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
BROKERS
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TRU-FRUIT PRODUCTS
207 N. E. 39th Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWIsTFwiiST
AUDIPHONE COMPANY Of MIAMI,
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2035 N. W. 7lh Avenue Phone 9-2859
W. D. ROBINSON. Manager
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EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
2613 Collins Avenue Phone 543711
i
Sincere Best Wishes For A
HAPPY. NEW YEAR
ROLLINS GARAGE
ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIRS
146 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-4634
Best Wishes
To All
for
A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE SCHWARTZ
Miami Beach
y
THE EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 Collins Avenue
Phone 58-2731
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
f:
vfgl
"We Cover the Earth"
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
COMPANY
1680 Alton Road
Phone 5-3359
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
T & D TRADING CO.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF BEER
PETER DOELGER'S LAMBRICK BEER
2127 N. W. First Avenue
Phone 9-9815
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
SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAH
PEttM SIRUP SALES CO. OF fi
PENN BRAND
"Quality Fountain Products"
2009 N. Miami Ave. Telephones 9-1566-WU5
R. HARRISON
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Albert E. Red I hammer
BUILDER
152 N. E. First Avenu. S^Stfl
1323 S. W. 8th Street Phona
Facilities for Buying, Building and Selling
All Kinds of Real Estate
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_ fumi.OTTE WEBER materials whsn t h\,\ ,,r, mu nnun-sm h h..ln<>rl Hosiim a c
By CHARLOTTE WEBER
h Telegraohic Agency Staff Member)
|J!"'i Not all battles are fought on the battle-
iSHINGiu' ,uctioni Operation Manpower and Opera-
Operation r heQ balties fbught right here at home.
ipp'y,were administration leaders who lormed the high
,ind ?hP Washington theatre of operations were scores
Lnd of trie almost without notice, gave of their time,
liant men ^ mobilize our country's resources solidly
' h numbers of prominent Jews who served in such
excellent background in the
3 lhj "n'g the war four names stand out. Robert R.
. the dynamic young
;i;;(.;,oMh, office of
iSatior. and Reconver-
K Fortas directed much
Rational defense program
t under-secretory of
:,,,- Lubin, for
'0r thl. United States
r"" of labor statis-
E2 economic advisor to
r" alters of do-
te" Samuel I Rosen-
L. soecii counsel to the
t'S a staunch White
Tstandby through two ad-
^Sgai bis service with
| as an economist
De-pa; tment of tom-
1933. By 1940, already
out as one of the most
,t New Deal economists,
Uan his war service on the
fal Defense Advisory com-
v assistant director of
Ich and statistics in charge
fctarv and civilian require-
ht* conducted surveys of
[production potential in re-
1 to needs which resulted in
kiting of Presidential goals.
[was his position as chair-
I of the planning committee
|War Production board.
lh Nathan held from 1942
43. that gave him such an
ltb<
facts and figures of war mobil-
ization and made him a nat-
ural choice for the job of num-
ber-two man under Fred Vin-
on in the OWMR. He literally
built up our war production
machine and when the time
came to reconvert, tried man-
fully x dismantle it quietly,
smoothly and efficiently.
As Deputy Director of the
OWMR he was Chairman of the
Reconversion Working Commit-
tee made up of the Under-Secre-
taries of State, War, Interior,
Justice, Labor and the war ag-
encies.
As policy formers, these men
had to decide how soon after V-E
Day to reconvert so that suffi-
cient war production remained to
sustain the Japanese war but not
enough to create worthless sur-
pluses of war material. They had
to decide when to de-ration, to
de-control steel and other vital
mati rials, when to hold up one
war contract and push forvi
on another. It was Nathan's work,
as directoi and sparkplug of these
activities, that prompted Vinson
to call his deputy director his
"towei mi strength."
Abe Fortas became Undi r Sec-
retary of the Interior in June of
1942. havii g si rved with thi D<
partmenf In various capacities
since 1938. In his war role he di-
rected thi activities of the War'
Relocation Authority and had a
gn at deal to do with running
the Oswego Camp when .1
refugees were cared tor.
In the absenci of Secretary
like i nded many Ca
meetings and was present at the
ins during the days of the
first atom I ombing of Japan and
at the special cabii el eting at
the Japanese surrender
was received.
A- fuel administrator I e .-pent
much of his time negotiating with
the miners and had long conver-
sations w ith J' In. L. 1. is. A
director of the fuel coi
program he helped design a pro-
gram of conservation principles
and went on the radio many
times to wake the public up to
the need of conserving the coun-
try's fuel resources for the fight
al i ad.
When ati mic research high-
ted the importance of certain
Mineral-. Km las directed the
work of the Department in ex-
ploration for these strategic min-
erals.
He was Secretary of the now
defunct Petroleum Reserves Cor-
poration made up of the Secre-
taries of State. War, Navy, In-
terior and the Foreign Economic
Administration Director. Biggest
job of the PRC was handling the
Saudi Arabian pipeline idea.
During the war the Bureau of
Reclamation of the Interior
worked closely with the Depart-
ment of Agriculture on irrigation
plans and Fortas set up a number
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAWLSON & CO.. Inc.
Interior Decorators
DAVID SCHWARZMAN
114 N. Miami Avenue. Miami
229 5th Street. Miami Beach
A. A. GARAGE
WHEEL ALIGNING
"Stop Shimmy and Excess
Tire Wear"
N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th St.
PHONE 2-8244
ENO PACKLER, Prop-
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
Wolff iyy! Feuer
Real Estate Consultants
41 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
$
KING'S
SHOE REBUILDERS
"The Best On the Beach"
1679 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
MR. and MRS.
| IRVIN GORDON
AND FAMILY
720 S. W. 24th Road
the Occasion of the
B\v Year Take This Op-
brtunitv of Extending
fes; Wishes to Their Many
Friends and Relatives
111 N. E. 2nd Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FISHING FOOSCO
LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS
Phone 2-9542
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
yt
WILLIAMS RESORT WEAR
1120 N. E. First Avenue Phone 9-478?
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
IMMACULATE CLEANERS
H49 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-2453
To our many friends everywhere, we convey
the traditional greeting of the season:
"L'Shonah Tovah Tikosevul"
May you be inscribed for a good year!
H.J. HEINZ
COMPANY
Maker* of the 57 Varieties
.
More than 40 of the
Heinz Varieties bear
on the label the seal
of endorsement of the
UNION OF ORTHO-
DOX JEWISH CON-
GREGATIONS OF
AMERICA.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FAMOUS NURSERY
COMPLETE NURSERY STOCK
3498 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48"1018
TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES
SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
RELIABLE DEPENDABLE
N.E.Firs,Aveu. Phone 2-0236
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of war food programs on the basis
of the increased food production
that resulted.
Judge Rosenman was a friend
and adviser of the late President
Roosevelt for many years but il
was not until October 1. 1943 that
he was called to the White House
and officially appointed Special
Counsel to the President. He was
the first man to have that title.
After accompanying President
Roosevelt on the return trip from
the Yalta conference, in the early
part of 1945, Rosenman returned
to Europe to study the question
of civil an supplies of the liber-
ated an as of Northwest Europe.
After his return to the United
States he submitted a long re-
port outlining the nutrition.il,
fuel and other civilian require-
ments which the ravaged coun-
tries of Europi needed to restore
then- economy. On his report
much if our country's planning
fi r rc-to-.'tion work was based
After President Roosevelt died,
Rosenmai stayed on at the White
House and was the guiding hand i
b. hind many of the early Tru- j
man spe< ches.
At the time of Roosevelt's ,
ith Rosenman was engaged in
ations with the British
with respect to the trial and pun-!
isl ment of war criminals.
On u.ivmg th White House in
February of this year, Rosenman
awarded the Medal of Ment
"for exceptionally meritorious
, ond thi performance "f
outstanding services to the
and to his country."
Als i mentioned was "his assist-
in tl < reorganization of
of the Executive Depart-
: the Gov-
ernmt nt as required by war
Is."
! in, from 1933 until
January ol tl is y< ai the United
Stati i :' of Labor
Statistics, was called to the White
House in 1941 to be Economic
A I thi President. In 1942
hi wa sent to England to assist
in lend-leasi coordination.
As Associate United States
on the Allied
Comn Reparations, he
.-pent thn ntl in Moscow
and Berlin making a survey of
enemy countrii ei what they
:: the way of
' I war damaged
intrii He was in Potsdam at
the time of the conference there
and was a behind-the-scenes par-
ticipant.
When Lubin resigned to entei
private life the early part of this
year, the President warmly prais-
ed his work in building up the
Bureau of Labor Statistics and
for his part in the reparations
mission.
Some idea of the measur. of
his work can be judged from Mr.
Truman's expression of gratitude
for his "invaluable service in co-
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
LEON KAPLAN
AND DAUGHTERS
GREETINGS
WISTERIA
FRUIT COMPANY
303 E. Flagler Street
MIAMIPHONE 3-2833
It Is Our Pleasure To Extend
New Year Wishes To All
A. O. Transfer Co.
335 COLLINS AVENUE
Holiday Greetings
ATOMIC TRANSFER
COMPANY
Try Us For Real Service
No Advance in Prices
1335 N. W. 21st St.
Call 3-4385
* In 5706
Community growth was re-
flected in the expansion of
staffs of local organizations.
Among new workers who came
this year are Charles R. Jacob-
son. B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge
executive secretary; William
Glick and Victor Garvey. Fed-
eration assistants in fund rais-
ing and community planning:
Dan Rosenthal. Miami Y ac-
tivities airector: Randy Pol-
ansky. Beach Y activities di-
rector; Sam Miller. Miami
Beach Jewish Center activities
director; Miss Gertrude Car-
novsky, district girls director
for B'nai B'rith; Charles Free-
field. Beach Zionist district
executive director.
ordinating the vast array of sta-
tistical information which was so
essential to the formulation of
effective federal policy."
It was not long before Lubin
was called back to official duties,
however. He was appointed Unit-
ed States delegate to the United [
Nations Subeommission on Re- |
construction of Devastated Areas,
n, of tne many offshoots of the
economic and Social Council of
the UN.
Best
Wishes
To
All
For
A
Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
HERMAN KOHEN
MIAMI BEACH
Season's
Greetings
TED HOUSER
Ship Broker
Postal Bldg.
MIAMI
Best WiBhes For A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR
Dade Paper & Bag Co.
144 N. E. 21st Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. N. VERNAM CO.
Engines
19 N. W. South River Drive
Phone 2-3519
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero
of Derby, Conn., wish all their
friends and members of
Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
HILLMAN MIRROR
& GLASS CO.
128 2nd Street, Miami Beach
Telephone 5-2967
JACK A. ABBOTT
Miami Beach
$
EXTENDS
BEST
WISHES
FOR
THE
NEW
YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
COURT HOUSE BAR
& BILLIARD ROOM
37-41 N. W. Miami Court
Phone 3-9395
SEASONS GREETINGS
i
Ideal Roofing & Sheet
Metal Works. Inc.
824 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-1133
CANTOR and MRS.
ALBERT SINGER
of the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
Extend their heartiest wishes
for a Healthy and Joyous New
Year to Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehman, Rev and Mrs. Joseph
ShaDiro. Samuel Friedland.
President; Vice Presidents,
Board of Directors, Trustees.
Membeis and Seatholders and
all Affiliates of the Center.
Also to Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish and Cantor and Mis.
Samuel Kelemer of Temple
Beth Sholom among all Israel.
A^ature 4 qJJ|
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"s*y u with n0
Bu,SYltWithC.
9S.w.H,Sl.ph0ne!J
Best Wish for ft,
NEW YEAR
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Hugh S. Larrick
REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2773
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
It'
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Miami
Merchandise Brokers
Jacksonville
Tampi
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
TUTAN MOTORS, Inc.
216 Minorca Avenue
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARTSFIELD COMPANY, Inc.
Loans $50 to $250 or More Cheap Rates
123 Shoreland Arcade phone 95 To the Rabbis and their congregations of the Stale i
Florida, Greetings: May God hear your prayers on
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Has-
piness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory
and Peace
Sincerely,
Pres. Florida Rabbinical Association
yj
IT'S A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR THANKS
AND WISH THE MEMBERS OF
B'
nai
B'rith
A Happy New Year
ESPECIALLY IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT ITS MEMBERS
HAVE BEEN THE LARGEST GROUP DONORS TO THE
Blood Bank of Dade County


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By LOUIS MILLER
niven Sunday, consult the sporting pages of your
any nd carefully note the names of the participants
PaP^r a Where once Jewish performers were as rare
headline -^ ^ey ^& nQw QS numerous ag lne evenls in
[day in rticipate. It is a common phenomenon indeed
,hey Jjj accounts of outstanding baseball games, tennis
10 'horse racing classics and boxing matches, among
keS a t0 observe how representative of the Jewish faith
an, observe how representatives of the Jewish faith
L Til tor example, the blue-ribbon classic of America
C,rld Sei ies-was emblazon-'
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ttional exploits
lkGn g, the hammer-
[lfi idei of the Detroit Tig-
to came back from the wara
r m t victory over
Ihicai lbs- ,
M,v. when the epic of
lurf-the famed Kentucky
a1 chun ill Downs was
rrenzied crowd of
1,000 spectators, it
ughbred, Assault,
by the renowned Max
I u at sped over the his-
I to annex the event.
lt v. same Assault
| Triple Crown
I rtue of similarly
if,in..l conquests in the Bel-
I the Preakness.
,,k or two, the
L : football will
calendar of ath-
I and name of an
reat will be played
es. He is Sid
I Brooklyn youth
lumbia and then
' iture by leading
Chicago Bears to
: league title after
Jter.
Lenbei Luckman
. three of a throng
[ | its way into (tj
press by im-
|s In other sports
trail-blazers, in
Itball. track and field, ten-
: Name any popu-
( today and you will
j: task to identify a
i who has scal-
ithi i ts or close to it.
was a difficult
lei : i J' wish athletes to
the "bl ii lood" sports of
and tennis.
This was particularly true of the
latter event. It so happens thai
tennis is one game where invita-
tions to compete govern most of
the big meets. Thus it was al-
most impossible at one timeand
not so long ago, at thatfoj a
Jew to rate an invite. Today that
is another matter. So regularly
and so magnificently have Jew-
performed in scholastic and col-
lege events, in which invitations
are not the password, that they
literally lifted themselves by the
boot-straps from the anonymity
to surpassing fame.
Chief example of this new
school is Seymour Greenberg, the
Chicago wizard who has claimed
national clay court honors in two
different campaigns. This scintil-
lating netman came close to
achieving the upset of the 1946
1 campaign in a match with Don
McNeill, National champion and
|ranking player of 1940. He was
! barely nosed out by McNeill in
th( New York State final, 4-6,
4-6, 7-5, !) 7, 8-6 in a duel that
lasted three and-a-half hours.
There are neargreats in this
sport, youngsters who did fair to
become the first Jews to be con-
sidered foi Davis cup berths. We
have in mind Irwin Dorfman of
I Columbia, Eastern collegiate
mp; Sid Schwartz, the best
junior player in the East, and
Leonard Stciner. Much is to be
d from them in the future.
Golf is another game in the
same category as tennis. Jews,
put on the defense, have had to
organize their own golf clubs in
order to get out 'in the links. Ar.|"
in the last dozen years, golf has
produced a ranking ace in the
person of Gt rman Barron, the
professional from White Plains,
N.Y., who has annexed the hon-
ors in such events as the Western
Open and the Philadelphia 'In-
quirer" Charities tourney. But it
was in an event that he did not
win that he made his standout
challenge.
That was the '46 and the place
was Cleveland, scene of the U.S.
Open title event. It was only
after a dramatic finish that Bar-
ron's bid, made with a card of
285, was just reprised as a three-
way tie resulted among players
who carded 284s, one stroke bet-
ter.
Then consider horseracing, a
sport that was formerly a "closed
corporation" in the sense that one
had to be in the upper class to
figure in it. It required a sizeable
fortune to buy, keep and train
horses. Tcday it is a common-
place to read of entries cl suc^
figure,"; as Louis B. Mayer, the
movie magnate; Mrs. Ethel D.
Jacobs and Hirsch Jacobs, Louis
Rabinowitz, Mrs. D. Friedman,
Abe Herschberg, E. D. Levinson,
Mrs. Carl Gansel, Isadore Biaber
(Continued on Page 68)
Season's Greetings
Smith Boulevard Pharmacy
79th Street & Biscayne Blvd.
7-5567
Trail Sundries
1204 S. W. 8th Street
J. W. ADAIR, Prop.
2-9350
MR. and MRS. SAM WIESSEL
and the
SILVER FLEET CABS
Wish All Their Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
A Happy New Year
in
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Surfside Barbecue
7305 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-9181
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
in
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JUDGE
HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHFUL AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO MY MANY FRIENDS
EUGENE J. WEISS
Certified Public Accountant
EST
FISHES
)R A
tfPY
NEW YEAR
ill
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NATHANIEL J. KLEIN
MIAMI BEACH
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 2-4010
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Mrs. Gertrude Michaels
and Sons Melvin & Burton
2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace
extend best wishes for a happy
and Joyous New Year to their
many friends and relatives
MR. AND MRS. MEYER TEIGMAN
formerly of Baltimore and now of the
South Gale Apts., 1410 Euclid Ave.
WISH FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All A Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MILLER ELECTRIC
COMPANY
400 S. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 9-2477
T
To All a Most Happy
New Year
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Tri Beta Council
of the Y. M. & Y. W. H. A.
of Miami
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MURIEL SPORTSWEflR
3717.N. Miami Avenue Phone 7-0939
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
y
BEACON PACKAGE STORE
260 S. W. N River Drive
Phone 3-6360
MR. AND MRS.
BENJAMIN WEINER
and son, Richard
Wish their many friends and
relatives a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
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 2-0646
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
WELLS
Leisure Apparel for Him & Her
5-7178
JOE LINN Lincoln at Collins
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ty
BUG BUSTERS
Extermination Pest Control
!21 Sth Street Phone 5-5276 Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS. IRVING WESTIN
of the
CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP
Ph
one 5-9804
745 Washington Avenue
Resort Wear lor Men and Children
MAY GOD GRANT ALL MANKIND A RICH AND GENEROUS
SHARE OF BLESSINGS FOR THE
NEW YEAR
Beach Memorial Chapel
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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
IRVING BLASBERG
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and his brother Phil and many
others who have time and again
figured in triumphs.
In the world of horse shows,
another ultra-ritzy competition
where millions are a passing
term in finances, Bernard F.
Gimbel, the department-store
magnate, has played a most
prominent role. His daughter.
Carol, newly married to Hank
Greenberg, often exhibits and
rides horses at shows and meets.
In the world of track and field,
the Jews boast of the best all-
around athlete in America in the
person of Irving Mondschein of
New York University. Irv is the
National A.A.U. decathlon cham-
pion, a crown he first won in
1944. This title involves being
best on a point basis in a num-
ber of different running and
leaping races.
Every Menv rial Day. in Indi-
anapolis, an unusual event takes
in boxing were quite the accept
ed, normal thing. That was
Benny Leonard, Barney Ross, At
Singer, Lew Tendler, Bob Olin,
Solly Krieger, Abe Sinv n, Ruby
Goldstein and dozens of others
wire in their heyday. Thi ycai
1946, while it has not pri duced
any Jewish boxers of this cali-
ber, has seen otl ers prom nentl;
featured. Among the stai douts ol
the presi nt gi ni ration are
George Abrams, Dai ny Kapilow,
Morris Rief, Allie Stolz, 11 irold
Gre n and Benny Goldberg, sonic
of whi m i i lined to pluck
crowi s off n n
heads.
Basketball has be n tradition-
ally one game don inated by J( w
Tl as cen i
ularly so in New York v
college Id 5 but-
i by Brownsvilh
Harry Bi I i SI J 1
. i ,, nt< :. nad< AU-A 1
two yeai Sid T 11 im of
N Y.U. ai d Gi 1 g< Goldsi
place. It is the 500-mile auto race ,,,,... r milarly attract-
and only the most daring of driv- ..,,,,.,:,
ers defy death in as stirring a campaign. Meanwhile in the pro-
spectacle as have ever been wit- ,,...,,,. .,; s] j, :,. ., p :
nessed. One of perennials in this Hebl .. ntinucd to dom-
n ad whirl Maury Rose, who ....... ,. able
1, adersl ip ol Ed I Gotl
Mike Bloom, Inky Lautman, Cj
was eliminated this year by a
smashup in which he miraculous-
ly escaped being killed. He crash-
ed int.' a wall, hurled to the track
and then rushed to the hospital
with severe burns. But back in
1941, he won the event and he
has ni ver .-topped trying for new
laurel- Hi c mpetes in seci ndary
: aces throughout the country.
At one time, Jewish headliners
Rosan, Pi y R n 1 Ja< k
1 : kle. Sonny Hi rtz erg, 0
- echtmai Moe 1 lubilier
are lu.. Ilim | '
the greatest of skill is n q
along with .1 n aximum of spei d
and stamina.
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by the piesi nee I t other aces of
his faith. The Giants boast of
Goody He-en and Sid Cordon.
11 : j Fi Idman was also a mem-
: er of this club before he left
to play in Mexico. And the -front
too, is distinguished by
h p, rsonalities. Ben Bens-
. r 1- pn sidenl of the Pitts-
Piiates, He is the son-in-
; the 1 wner, Mrs. Barney
An ong the new owners
f the Cl< veland Indians are Har-
nd Robert Gold-
Oscar Sali nger is majority
tockl "Id. 1 1 t the Milwaukee
:.-. an outstanding team in
tl e American Association.
due ol the outstanding men in
guiding sports is Maurice Po-
d. lofl : Ni v Haven, Com., who
has achieved thi unusual distinc-
tion oi being president of two
|i agues at the same
time. Hi is hi ad of the American
Hock % Association as well as
B iski tball Association of
a, an eloquent indication
of tl frith placed in him by
managers and magnates.
In t'r.se limited columns it is
ibli to catali g all of the
name- n : acl ieven 1 nt- of Jew-
thlel That would require
I an a definitive ar-
However, the principal
f thi piece has been
made, at d that is that in any one
r the mi ny -ports thai attract
interest in America there
is aim st certainly to be found
a bai : contender or a cham-
pi n in the person of a Jew. It
is a far cry t" the days of the
ancient Maccabis but it is very
nt that their spirit is still
alive ai d ev< r growing in our
today.
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PAGE SIXTY-NINE
OtEROF GZAfl WCHQLAS ALMOST
lLU' By ROBERT SEELAV
Author of "My Exodu./' "1.000.001"
Ithin a hair's breadth of being drafted into the
fcarne witni Soldiers of Czar Nicholas. That was a
L brigade oim 8erving ^ great "White" Czar. Nicholas
ig military g have never heard of it or the adven-
P' TSs members. Such is the brief life of Fame that.
bf any ation8 away, and their memory is as ancient
P f*w qe. ,he arguebuse.
riSi I speak of was a noted institution. It was
t>e resent the story in my own personal way.
me ere child, barely eight years old, residing in the
small township of ^^ workers or mon of a{fairs.
, No one but the tax
Kor had any idea of its loca-
te railroad was many miles
, the whistle of the lo-
fiSWan indistinct sound
,' humbly and poor
l0f the few publications of
Liide world ever reached
Ex we all knew one another
fVmilv claimed kinship to
J Sors. for all or almost
C the residents were de-
bants of the noted lumber
Ki that first laid its found-
I there Tradition was that
Erst settlers came from Spain
the expulsion by the In-
tion and that someone, now
lentified, had the Letters of
Kt to verify it. But tradi-
Nnd sossip have no defined
'to any event all this mat-
d little The township was
one large family. Everyone
mded the festive affairs, foi-
led to the grave every deceas-
fper=on, entered any home
Vout a formal announcement
, settled all their differences
hoiit garbed judges,
fhere were no sharp social
i in Wasilkov. The only per-
-e of distinction were those of
Lter learning, be they arti-
The ignorant lout was not re-
spected. Aristocracy was limited
to those w!io pronounded wisely
the words of the Sages or trans-
lated into common Yiddish the
sophistries c' the Talmud.
We laid away our dead in sim-
ple graves, the rich and the poor
alike, one next to another with-
out distinction and with no spe-
cial or decorative markers. In
the synagogue a few had the
privilege to stand nearer the Ark
of the Covenant but in general
all mingled freely.
My little friends and I sat on
rough wooden benches at school,
rags and velvets together; we
shared our meals often and after
a while this became a "right"
and not a "charity," we played
our "games" and annoyed the
Rabbi, as have all the generations
back for untold years.
The school hours were long and
we knew from infancy the hard-
ships of life. In the winter, at a
tender age, we made our way to
the school through darkness'and
on the return one could not see
a step ahead in the total black-
ness. Food was brought to us so
that we do not lose a moment of
studynever mind the wasted
bodies.
On this occasion the summer
was at its peak and we reached
our homes earlier.
"Mother," I asked, "may I go
over and play with my cousint'.'"'
"Oh, no, child. There is real
danger. Two towering men have
Heen seen lurking near the
bridge, just outside of the town.
This forebodes evil."
"And what would they do to
me. mother? My walk is only
across the alley. If they called to
me I would run, fast. And it is
not dark yet."
"Ask grandfather. He will tell
you all about it."
I turned to grandfather, who
was seated in his usual place. To
me it seemed as if he never mov-
ed an inch from his steady posi-
tion, in the same place. He smok-
ed his pipe occasionally, but mon
often he drew in his snuff, a bit
loudly, and every hair in his
beard showed colorful evidence
of his indulgence.
On his lap was a large tome
of the Talmud but he app- an d
to be always concentrated on one
page for a full day. I never saw
him turn the page and I mar-
veled. I stared at grandfather,
presuming that he had heard the
reference to him. He returned my
gaze and I suffered with impa-
tience, silently. He had heard the
dirtctive but he had not fully
awakened to the task before him.
"Jacob," he finally uttered,
"mother is right, absolutely right.
We live in a land where the cus-
toms, after thousand? of years,
are still foreign to us. But we
must observe, in order to know
(Continued on Page 70)
CANTOR AND MRS.
JULIUS ROSENSTEIN
and son, Morton
1401 Alton Road
ill
Extend best wishes to their
relatives and friends for the
coming New Year
Lobel's Market
1497 Washington Avenue
Wishes all its patrons
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. AND MRS.
EDWARD H. SAFER
and daughters
BARBARA AND JANE
2500 S. W. 21st Terrace
Extend best wishes to their
relatives and friends for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
A Most Happy New Year
to all
Rudolph Smith
469 Bar
469 West Flagler Street
[BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
BERKLEY LTD.. Inc.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shop"
836 Lincoln Road
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL
BANK
Miami Beach
"ED" MERCER
PRESIDENT
GOING
PLACES
if
wmnn man wants to go
place* today he must have some
tpwial talent to offer. Educa-
tion has never paid higher divi-
dends than nowand the new
Regular Army is ready to start
you on the road with its fine
training.
First. Army schools teach over
200 "kills and trades. You hare
' wide choice. You'll find the
ork you do best And you'll be
Paid to learn! .
S*cnd, a three-year enlist-
ment makes you eligible, after
discharge, for 48 months of edu-
ction in any college, business or
tode school for which you can
WjWy. The U. S. CoTernment
* Py your tuition, laboratory
fees. etc.. up to 1800 ^J
nary school year, plus $65.per
month living allowance-!*) if
you have dependents.
Go places with the new Regu-
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Je yourself of the benefits"
,he gi mil oi Rub*-Th ;e;
m better way to *"' f A "
,r See your nearest Army
Recruiting Station for details. _
A oooo .ob ton you
O. S. Army
choosi rH,s ldOW,
U. S. POST OFFICE
ROOMS 302-303
MR. MURRAY ALBERT
oi the
Albert Sales Company
Food Products Brokers
Wishes all his Friends a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
DR. AND MRS.
HERMAN G. ROSENBAUM
337 Lincoln Road
Wish all Jewry
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
MAURICE I. ROSE
with Howard and Donald
wi3h to extend to all their
Friends Best Wishes
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. Appel
and daughter Civie
4430 Royal Palm Avenue
ill
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the New Year
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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!
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PHONE 2-6147
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GREETINGS
fhe Rabbi. Cantor. President. Officers and Directors o
Beth Jacob Congregation
OF MIAMI BEACH
Extend to their members and families, friends and
fellow worshippers
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
, o,,.i Be King Over All the Earth. In That Day Shall
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IT IS A PLEASURE tu wion U.PPY NFW
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A MOST HAPPY NEW
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PAGE SEVENTY
+Jewistrkrldlton







ASOLDIERDFCZARNICHOLAS-
(Continued from Page 69)
what to expect, and avoid trou-
ble, so far as possible."
"Czar Nicholas believes that
all Russia and all the Russians
belong to him. The Russian peo-
ple do not deny this idea and
tiurefore Czar Nicholas is fully
convinced of it. And if the Rus-
sians are serfs and property it
should follow that our people are
still lower in his esteem. But
that is where our grasp of the
mind of a Czar fails us. He ex-
tends to us certain privileges
which the serfs do not have. Do
not try to understand this per-
plexing situation. Just accept it
as a phenomenon without
brains "
Grandfather paused, staring at
me as if to follow the reaction
upon my mind of his great wis-
dom. But I was as troubled as
he was and my mind as blank as
apparently that of the Czar. The
great luminary and God, the
Czar, began tu shrink in my es-
teem.
"A Czar must have soldiers,"
he continued and as persons be-
long to him the Czar just takes
them; that is right, he takes them
into military s< rvice, And for
twenty five years' The Russians
must go, and at a very (arly age,
same as yours and even younger.
"Here w, have a slight advan-
tage, for some unknown reason.
Our children are not ordered to
join. They wait until they have
reached maturer years and then,
possibly, after legal proceedings,
they may be drafted, and for a
shorter period.
"But."and he repeated this
lin and again "but, if you
n the public street or road
and his soldiers seize you, then
you are in, for the twenty five
vi ars'"
Now I was bewildered and tru-
ly frightened.
"C tl ey take me from my
home?" I asked.
"Ni ." said grandfather re-as-
suringly. "No. That is one of the
peculiar workings of the mind of
a Czar and its strange regula-
tions. No one can come in and
seize you."
That was relief indeed.
"But. grandfather, last year the
soldiers came in and carried off
our bedding for taxes. What is
taxes'?"
"You will know, soon enough."
"Well." he continued, "When
you have >ee;i scizid you are in-
ducted ir. the military service i i
the Soldiers of Nicholas. You are
transported a distance, to the
Crimeafar from your home and
your people and for a long while
no one knows what has happened
to you. I do not suppose you wish
for a detailed description of your
life for the following twenty five
years. Very good. Do not try to
imagine it either, particularly in
your night dreams. Just forget it
completely. Mother is right. Stay
h< re."
"But," 1 pleaded, "it is still
light and I will be but a short
while with my cousins."
"Well, daughter," said grand-
father with resignation, "perhaps
we are unduly alarmed. Besides,
children will not learn from the
observations of their elders, only
from their own errors."
BEST WISHES
FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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704 W. 51st Street
MIAMI BEACH
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NEW YEAR
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Now I can resume my own nar-
rative and the story of my nar-
row escapi from serfdom in the
soldiery of Czar Nicholas.
1 played with my littie cousins.
I played hard and with great
amusement, until the darkness
warned me to g<> home. The sun
gets suddenly in these summer
days The ball of fire, hot and
crimson, appears to be at its zen-
ith but actually it is gliding fast
toward the horizon and all of a
sudden it is out of sight and dark-
ness is upon us.
I found myself groping along
the dark and narrow alley, to-
ward the composing safety of
home, flu warnings of grand-
father, to dismiss his narrative
about the Soldiers of Czar Nich-
olas, evaporated in the darkness
and the possibilities of life in the
Crimea loomed in my mind with
ever greater force. I vowed, when
I reach home, to give rbsolute
obedience for ever and ever.
Suddenly I found myself face
to face with two huge men in
uniform and in the darkness they
loomed higher than mountains.
"Stop, little Jew, where are
you going?" said one.
I could not utter a word, my
tongue cleaved to my mouth. My
feet wi re affixed to the earth,
"What is your hurry?" he con-
FRIDAY,
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Phone 2-5154
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M>' mind, frozen tt
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR GR EETINGS
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STEAKS CHOPS
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Jewish all our friends and
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peoplc-a year of health,
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*^ig3T'T?g!SJPiSBS!5S'HR^cS^,;i^
L grPTEMBER^27. 1946
lii 5706 *
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PAGE SEVENTY-ONE
r ,e Belh Sholom headed the "new synagogue" fad
I, a community house at 41st st. and Chase ave., Miami
last September by announcing plans to build a 500-seai senagogue
Beach. Approximate cost: $250,000.
">
I .... Ai
orris Goodman led the
rive to aid the national
camDaign to build
|cal school in Palestine-
luctaabout $30,000.
Season's
est Greetings
ar Many Friends
I1
fa. and Mrs.
eo Eisenstein
Looking forward to moving
day, the Beach V planned a
$300,000 building fund campaign
this summer. Sam Rivkind was
named head of the 15-day drive
which starts Nov. 1.
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
from
5 O'CLOCK
CLUB
fcNT OF THE OWNER-
MANAGEMENT. CIRCULA-
ETC., REQUIRED BY THE
^F CONGRESS OF AUGUST
. AND MARCH 3, 1933
J'Mi r. : J .in, published
I' Mini ia, tor Bep-
i
I
| laile. -
ry public in and
Is mtj aforesaid,
"I !' .| K Bhochet,
I swni -ii accord-
f IIHl ~ays that hr
Bdlt.....I The Jew-
|lan, anil that the following
knowledge and
I' ol the owner-
1 ol the afore-
ihi date shown
.....ilred by the
I ii2. as amended
M-"' I. 1933, embodied
7 :- l''-':il I...WS and K.-KH-
Ihi verse of this
I
"" "'':.- .,,,,1 addresses
I -... editor.
Munaglna Editor,
NEW
YEAR
GREETINGS
TO OUR
MANY
FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS.
BEN ESSEN
AND FAMILY
i i-
1 Box 8973. Mi-
is: Tin
"K'orixirated, Kihet
The J.-wlsh
i< ,., ..... i'"1 au-u, l-,int-l
F : '' Bos S97S,
Li,,;,."' K Shochet. I'ub-
.'" ''" ami Partner,
;," n Pta
'' Known bondholders.
H or i, ',,'" "'' '"">' ho'd-
hn ,rM,,t > Per cent <.r
t.: """" >' bonds, mort-
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are: None
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" September, 1946
P"'"' ex,mAX," S1I'VRR.
wplrea Oct 9, 1949.)
Mr. and Mrs.
ISADORE RUBIN
and Family
1421 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Wish Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
and daughters
CAROL EDDA
and
DALE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
T
AMCO FEED STORE
2081 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-1200
WAYNE
Poultry & Livestock
Feeds
To All A Most Happy
New Year
ERNEST FULD
REAL ESTATE
Calumet Building
PHONES 9-3444 4-0487
EXOTIC GARDENS,
INC.
FLOWERS FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
Flagler at Bridge
Phone: 2-05192-6782
Beach on Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2961
2790 N. W. 17th Avenue
Phone 2-3105
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and
HENRY'S SERVICE
STATION
904 5th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
Their Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
475 41st Street Road Service 5-9134
WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION
TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
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BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
ROTHMAN'S SHOES
ANDREW GELLER
Exquisite Footwear
719 Lincoln Road
Happy New Year
New Location
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
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Gutters, Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N.W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
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27 N. E. 4th Street
MIAMI
SINCERE WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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7230 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2406
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emotions of horror created in
this short round of fright and
perplexity. But extreme dungt r
brings out the most unusual ef-
fort at self-preservation. Botli
men laughed.
"Where are we going?" I asked
with some show of unconcern.
"To the bridge." one said. The
mind worked with speed ar./
curiously.
"You are strange s here, else
you would know that you are in
the wrong direction. That way. if
you keep on, will bring us direct
to the -.cemetery." Both men
halted.
"Are you sure?" one asked "for
I do not believe little Jews."
"Well," I continued. "I for one
would not go that way and find
myself in the cemetery, what
with the stories of ghosts danc-
ing in the night. I would rather
go to the bridge with you kind
men."
"He sounds right to me," n
marked one of the soldiers, Su
perstition of centuries was find-
ing its level.
My brain kept rehearsing the
words of grandfather: "they can
not take you from your home
they can not take you from your
walked on and on, past places
well known to me, The s< Idiers
kept to the alleys and by-passed
wider streets. We were furthi r
from the bridge than before. I
waited for an opportunity, for I
knew the place where a plank
in a high fence was broki n and
children used it as a hide-
away, As we passed the place I
darted in, It was too small for
:.i.:i.e"nvr;- and ovi r again. Wt
the giant soldiersthe brave men
who daringly kidnap little c ild
ren. I kept runningfast, though
knowing that I was reasonably
safe.
Mother," I said the next morn-
ing, "why do we not leave this
country, Russia?" There must be
other plate- on earth.
"My son," she replied, "1 do
not know. We can go back to
Palestine. And 1 have heard that
there are Other countries, where.
it is rumored, the Christians read
our own Bible and sing the
Psalms of our own King David.
I do not take oath upon this but
it is .ai that In those countri" s
our people walk without fear
and are received graciously
! the Gentiles. Who knows?
-i ries may be tales from
SEASON'S GREETINGS
WILLIAM E. COOK
936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
RENTALS SALES
MIAMI BEACH AND
NORMANDY ISLE
PROPERTIES
MR. M. HARKINS
44 S. W. 7lh Street. Miami
Takes This Opportunity of
Exti nding Best Wishes tor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T All His Fri< nds

SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St.
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
Phone 3-8749
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
H O S E A
HARDWARE CO.
611 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 9-2223
FRED W HOSEA
President and General Mgr.
'if
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
FR1DEN
CALCULATORS
NEW LOCATION:
153 N. E. 10th Street
Continued Courteous Service
M. L. BAKER. Mgr.
Phone 9-6429
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.
State Distribulori
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE AND DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th STREET PHONE 2-1577
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building
Phone 3-5471
nowhere. They sound incredible."
'But Why not go there, any-
where else?" The untold epic of
the night before, unknown to
mother, made me brave and dar-
ing.
"Perhaps, my son, we are held
by the magnet of Death, by our
departed kin, whose last place we
\ isit so often, as you know. I may
! speaking with the superstition
. I all women."
Long silence followed. Mother
attempted several times to ex-
press a thought that was clearly
pressing for utterance.
"Jacob," she finally said, "do
iait on my account, after I shall
have departed, and joined your
loving father, stay in this wretch-
ed place. You appeared quite
disturbed last evening. This is
but a mite of our suffering. Leave
when you can and as soon as
you can. I shall watch over you."
Copyright Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate.
* IN 5700 *
Abraham Goodman. Shepazd
Broad and Rabbi Moim Mm
cheloff were listed on the bal-
lots of the nation-wide elec-
tion of delegates to the World
Jewish Congress in June. Loc-
ally, the labor ticket led in the
polling. Harry Simonhoff was
chairman of the Greater Miami
Shekel committee which super-
vised the election.

It wasn't only the July sun
that made Miami Zionists boil.
British terrorism in Palestine
and refusal to let refugees en-
ter the Holy Land brought
local Zionists into a picket line
before the British consulate on
July 15. Protest activities
culminated ai a mass meeting
that night sponsored by 20
local organisations-
a"dSon, DENNIS J
WiShAU>K>l
And Friij ^
HW NEW Ten
MIAMI WHOLE J
GROCERY CO '
122 N. E. lift &*, |
Distributors:
SCHLITZ BEER
OLD MILWAUKEE |J
MIGROCOwJ
On
Rosh Hashona
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 Hashona .
MAY THE COMING NEW YEAR BRING
TO FRUITION THE HOPES AND PRAYERS
OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE ALONG WITH
THAT OF ALL MANKIND.
101 E. FLAGLER ST.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI BEACH WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
ESTABLISHED 1902
GREATER MIAMI'S OLDEST
SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION