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The Jewish Floridian ( September 12, 1947 )

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-fTL4 %  I mil lb Mill 1111111 % %  lll*l (ID III..Ill 'iliiEI h lie\wiislb-IEltDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MF: 20—NUMBER 37 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 PRICE: ONE DOLLAR the New Year 5708 apfches, the Jewish people seed with ever-increasing ems. The chain of events period coming to an end lot bring to fruition the exera of progress and Ivement. a people promised the aid ations, to a people who endured without a let-up, ^sults are far from gratifyj Though the years of Hitler Lcution and the destruction far are presumably over, nued dilatory tactics by hns and diplomatic chan| almost lead us to believe Wise. The harrowing tales |e DP's, the homeless wanhg lews abroad, and the recounting of the bloodin the attempt to reach a fen of refuge in the Holy prove differently. The for freedom is far from The Jewish people are in the throes of suffering homelessness. It is difhI to believe that Cyprus and dus 1947 could occur more two years after the war. incredible to see how the 5707 could bring a reducin governmental help at a i when Jewish homelessness on the increase, retrospection we find the |s of America have recogand accepted their reInsibility as guardians of the of their people. The reInse to the calls for help in dership and for funds, incising manyfold, has been t with extraordinary support. \ dramatic finish to 5707 was pplied by the United Nations Ccial Committee on Palestine its recognition of Jewish tims to statehood and immiktion. "Neither the Balfour :laration nor the mandate ^eluded the eventual creaof a Jewish State," the re|rt read. \s we enter the yeaT 5708 we ce again hope for a new and Ighter chapter in Jewish life. It the crises that have recently Iveloped a sense of frustra%  n and lack of confidence in prld action again places a lallenge of new proportions at dawn of the Jews of Amer• The challenge will be met. JEWISH TCVEGrRAPHlC A&CNCV fritish Troops Employ Brutal Tactics i Unloading 'Exodus 1947' Refugees HAMBURG, Germany (JTA>—Weary and battered, but still 'fiant, 1,406 Jewish refugees who disembarked Monday at imburg from the Ocean Vigor, on which they were deported m\ Palestine, nursed their wounds this week at the Poppenrf camp, 75 miles from here, and vowed that they will be dy to start for Palestine again in a few weeks. British troops unloaded the last transport of Exodus 194/ 'fugees by use of fire hose, rubber truncheons and clubs six-foot hole with bloodied heads were plight up clawing and screechPK. taken bodily from the ship [ flun K into a waiting train. I A British searching party disDvered a time bomb aboard the [mpire Rival, the second of the pnsports to be unloaded. They Pk it ashore, where it exploded •I 1 such violence that every findow within a 100-yard radius fas smashed. Explosives experts said that if had gone off in the ship, it would have torn a in the hull. All the Jews were ashore when the bomb was discovered. That transport was the only one of three from which the Jews had disembarked without giving any trouble. The disembarkation from the Ocean Vigor began at 6 a.m. and lasted for five hours, which was longer than the British anticipated, owing to stiff resistance by about half of the ship's passen(Continued on Page 7) Paris Police Probe Irgun, Stern Gang Representatives PARIS — (JTA) — French police this week were investigating all known Irgun and Stern group representatives in France, following the arrest of Rabbi Baruch Korff, chairman of the American Political Actions committee for Palestine, as he and two companions prepared to take off for London to bombard the British capital with leaflets warning of aerial bombing if Britain did not withdraw from Palestine. A spokesman for the ministry of the interior, who revealed that Irgun and Sternist aides had been under surveillance for several days, said that the police were pursuing inquiries in many direc(Continued on Page 4) Zionist Actions Committee Adopts Resolution On UNSCOP Report ZURICH (JTA)—In a final session marked by almost complete unity, the Zionist Actions Committee concluded its current meeting after adopting the resolution welcoming the UNSCOP report recommended by the executive, and a series of other resolutions covering internal and international aspects of the Palestine guestion. The vote on the UNSCOP resolution was 51 to 16. A joint opposition resolution calling for a free, unified Palestine after a transition period under U.N. trusteeship, which was proposed by the Hashomer Hatzair and the Achduth Avod-ah, received 10 votes, whale a revisionist resolution opposing partition received seven votes, after one of the 51 majority switched his vote. The text of the resolution on the UNSCOP reads as follows: "The Zionist General Council (Actions Committee) has given preliminary consideration to the report of the recommendations of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine. The executive will, after further study, present the views of the Agency at the forthcoming general assembly of the United Nations Organization. The definitive attitude of the Jewish people will be determined after the general assembly has made its decision. "The study carried out by the United Nations Special commttee on Palestine and its report represent an earnest effort to arrive at a practicable solution of the problem. The council notes (Continued on Page 8) 1 i 1 1 1 M I i. < : I; ,'



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I I PAGE TWO Personally Speaking ~-z Hyman Says Vows [„ New York, Sept. 3rd Dcuble~ : flttDAV, SEPTEMBER 12,1 Personally speaking t Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Folk, 1619 Pennsylvania av *.. IfiJ %  r v.ss kmice Betty Berman, :':'-Maxidata ore Mk ..-.-.• receired bachelor'! zz:~ r:~ tfaa EJn ago. oecca • •Mrs. Emanuel Gordon 1021 N. F_-5-. a! \Z —r. — .-.:. zr.z --..: .._• %  • — ocnw — —• sneymoon .:. C:._::-.: Mrs. Lee Shaiken e returned home .. Carolina. 72C Lenoi sve Miss iftet vacation spent ... riencersonv^.e Mr. and Mra Milton Sir*:2024 N. Bay rd Mk z-i Z :.". bare returned to ttei: Miami home z: 212i S. •'• Uth lei home in Hull Mess Mr. and Mra Maurice Grossmen: %  *' Mrc;:: Corai jcz.es 3 .e-:: :;: New ':';:.•: when they will spend the holidays v ith ..= Rita and Naomi Ihey plan tc return to Miami Dct .sMr. 3::;s-:n is executive director :: the .'•'..--. ':. Having :e rr.rd from r wedding trip -: and Mrs Julian A. ..: %  : are making their home ; %  the Everglades .-.o:e.. Mrs. ..^5 is the forme? Se.n: Sdsorek beach, and daughters. Ruth and Barbara, have returnJi? a trip to New York, where they stayed at the KimberW u I %  nd Blowing Rock. N.C., where they were guests at ML?! .Manor. Ruth is a junior at Miami Beach High school M -ara attends the junior high school. Murry Diamond, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Diam Michigan ave., Miami Beach, celebrated his tenth birthdav r.iversary this week with a party at his home for his friendi Members of the Delta Phi Epsilon chapter at Florida SK university at Tallahassee were entertained last night by M* tei Argintar, former president of the group, at the hL?! .' !.ss Arlene Solomon. Mi and Mrs. Isidor Lanqnes While in the from z two-month vacation s. New York state. -..-.-. Mr Langner attended the Zionist convention as ; delegate the Miami Zionist ZJ^TT.T.. Mr. and Mra Leonard Abeea and daughters Linda and Marafter having spent =eve::. weeks in Clayton, Zz. / % Modern Cantor j urdines Little boys' slack suit Musically Triir.ed Baritone Liceoted Public School and • / Hebrew Teacher Available. Pest Office Box 566 Norristown, Pa. i I i i • Louis O. Bloomfield, Miami Beach realtor, recently retunJ I toma trip through the south, with an extended stay at HewL sonville. N.C. Vacationing at the Duncraggan inn, Hendersonville, NC_ ere Mr. and Mrs. Max Specktor, Miss Clara Gewertz, Mr J Mrs. William Wolf, Allen Kline, Max Pintchuk, and EfaS Abrcms. Rosalie Gottfried, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Si Gottfried Miami Beach, has returned from Beverley Farms, Mass, when I she spent the summer at "Acadamei Morderne." A junior a Miami Beach High school, Miss Gottfried has been selected bv the Acadamei to go to Europe with a group of girls next summ? • • Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth, Miami Beach, have returned from a month's vacation in the middle west. While way, they attended the wedding of their niece in New Orleaa, La., and visited with their brother. Dr. P. Sidney Neuwirth jl Peoria, 111. They also spent some time in Chicago. Mr. George Talianoff, Florida regional director, Anti-Det emotion league, left this week for Chicago, where he attendad the Anti-Defamation League National Staff conference in M .r.d Park, 111. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss, Mrs. Samuel Glass and he daughter, Lois, have returned to their New York home, when | Lois is a student at Hunter College. Mrs. Jules Pearlman, 487 N.E. 29th ter., and her mother, Ma I Jesse Zucker, are visiting their brother and son in Toronto, Can ^AT^OtlTm^llli. ny*mi L !" £oiii $2.98 .-.T.Z '.-.zz^z s'.zz.


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tlDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewlsli nor Mian PAGE THREE tabbi Announces Jadio Programs Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chairan t ,f the Greater Miami Raboical association radio commitB announces the following prolanis for the New Year through courtesy of the various radio Btions: WKAT H 9:46-10 a.m.—Rablil IXMHI t,i is'h Of T.-mple H-th Sholom. £|'l >•> 8:45-9 a.m.—Rabbi Irving | 0 f Miami Beach Jewlwh COOlliMiiv Center. WINZ L, I,I II 9:30-9:48 a.m.—Itabbl Murlirauer "' Miami Jcwlnh Orthodox '.•J."':.-".:ir 1 i>.m.—Rabbi Max tufni. HI "f Hollywood Jewish ComInity Center. wBAy ,,,,, it 12:U-1S:80 p.m.—Rabbi hu'll'April cf Miami Hebrew Huliool Li Junior Com;icgalIon. E 12 10 10:18 a.m.—Rabbi David L.,i'. o\ Temple Knianu-KI, Ft. Ijiud E WIOD pi ||. 11-11:18 a.b.—Dr. Jacoli II |p|ati, Rabbi Bmerltus of Temple 83, 11:18-11:80 a.m.—Rabbi Li \ /wit man of Temple Israel. WQAM pt 14, 7:48-7:66 a.m.—Rabbi Albert I B'naJ H'rlth Hillel founda.;,t 22, 10:30-10:45 a.m.—Rabbi ., B M, siluloff of Beth Jacob Confciiatlon. WQBS ,;• II. 9-9:18 a.m.—Rabbi Mas uilro nf t'ontsregatlon Beth David. lunior Hadassah To Present Party | Members of Miami Beach's Jnior Hudassah will sponsor a lome as you are" party for proskctive members Thursday eveIns. Sept. 18th. Those interestin joining the group are asked contact Florence Hildebrandt, lembcrship chairman, at 5-0273. IThe group's "opening hop" Jnco, which will be held Saturny. Sop!. 27th. at 9 p.m. in the |eplunc room and patio of the bbert Richter hotel, Miami h, will be a combination Icia] and membership dance. [Michael Marvin and his orlestra will provide music for ke dance. Tickets, which are 75 bits, may be obtained by callis Harriet Gotesman at 5-7635. fita Hyman Says Vows New York City, Sept. 3 (Continued from Page 2) |uncil nf Hillel. She was a ember of B'nai B'rith Girls on liami Beach. Mr. Bukstel is a |aduate of Randolph-Macon colge and a veteran of four years the Navy, having been dis|arged with the rank of lieuant. At present he is attendJs Ciilumbia university school optometry, |Miss Sheila Lewis and Miss adura Mai-golis. Miami Beach, pse friends of the bride, attendthe wedding. I After a honeymoon in Lake Jacid. N. Y., the couple will lake their home in New York. >lifiiaries SCHNEIDMAN 'I Sehnoldman, 63, Plant City, [led ,i his home there on Sept. le as the brother of the late ; Schneldman of Miami and IK "I bj time nephews and two in Miami, • ii Hervlcea were conducted by •Max Shapiro at the Gordon 11 'Impel on Sept. 10th, with %  lit III the family plot at WoodI'pinetery, GOLDBERG !•; Mildred iloldbern. 34, 410 N.W. T'lin ,,w ,|led in a local hospital •l" I'th after a brief illness. She ivivi.i by her husband. Harry. 'Jo brothers and one sister of \.,ik City. P I„„I, was sent to New in %  don Funeral home. York Personally Speaking in BZLSRtfgg** his week % %  a 8ummer vaca,ion • • I &f i* r8, I 2 C u Au ? USt i 48 / 27,h st Miami ***' and her son Arthur left by plane Friday for a two-week vacation in New York and vicinity. • • Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Leon Gardner have been spending the summer at the Martinique hotel. Miami Beach • • Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers, 512 S. W. 21st ave., and children have returned from a summer vacation at the Copake Country club in New York. • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S. W. 17th st., have returned to Miami after having spent two and one-half weeks in Hendersonville, N.C., Jacksonville, Fla. and Anderson, S.C. • • Miss Dotty Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, has returned from a seven-week vacation in Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago, and Jacksonville. • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hillsberg of New York, have bought a home at 3265 S.W. 25th ter. • • Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th ter., have returned from a nine-week vacation in New York City, where they were guests at the Essex House, and Asbury Park, N. J., where they stayed at the Kingsley Arms hotel. • • Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, 4514 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, and children, have returned from an extended vacation in Canada and New York. • e Mrs. Carl Susskind, 2421 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, has returned from a two-month vacation in Canada, Maine, New Hampshire, and New York City. Her daughter, Willa Sue, attended Kear Sarge camp in New Hampshire, and her son, Harry, attended Kenwood camp in New Hampshire. • • Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper, 971 N. W. Fourth st., have returned from a two-week vacation in Hendersonville, N.C. • • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, 701 S. W. 27th rd., have returned from a five-week vacation in Hendersonville, N.C. • • Mrs. R. Sakowitz, 1533 S. W. Third st., has returned from her summer vacation. • • Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone have returned to Miami after having spent the summer at their home in Bryant Pond, Maine. • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, 5313 LaGorce dr., Miami Beach, have returned from a summer vacation at Grossinger's Country club in New York. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Belaga, former Miami residents, in Baltimore, Md. The Millers' son and daughter, Gerald and Marilynn were at Camp Lenni Lenate in Monroe, N.Y. Miss Sheila Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig. 1345 N. W. Fifth st., celebrated her sixteenth birthday anniversary on Sept. 6th with a party for over a hundred friends at the Princess Anne hotel, Miami Beach. • • Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg of Yeshiva university and editor of "Scripta Mathematical will spend the holidays with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 1030 Washington ave., Miami Beach. • • Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin, 230 N. W. Second ave., have returned from a ten-week vacation in the north. • • Mrs. Anna Berow, 245 Jefferson ave., Miami Beash, has returned after havinq visited with her family and friends in Chicago and New York. Shown above is Miss Charlotte Blumberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th ler., whose engagement to Stanley Howard Fried, Elizabeth, N.J., has been announced by her parents. Obbie Rosenthal Elected Miami JWV Commander Obbie Rosenthal was elected commander of the Norman Bruce Brown post 174 Jewish war veterans at a meeting of the group Monday night. Other elected officers are Eugene Spector, senior vice commander; Sid Horn, junior vice commander; Michael Isenberg, judge advocate; Dr. Martin Bell, post surgeon; and Eddie Levine, trustee. Plans are being made for the installation of officers. Miss Esther Shimmel To Wed Burton Yagoda Engagement of Miss Esther Shimmel to Burton Yagoda is being made this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Shimmel, 2520 S. W. 20th st. Mr. Yagoda is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Yagoda, 1610 Penn jylvania ave., Miami Beach. The betrothal was announced thi week at a dinner party held at Victor's for members of the immediate families. Miss Shimmel was graduated from Far Rockaway High school, Far Rockaway, N.Y. and attended Pan American Business school. She is a member of th i board of directors of the Junior Hadassah chapter on Miami beach. Mr. Yagoda was graduate! from Brooklyn college and serv ed in the U.S. Army Air con 3 for three and one-half years. He is a first lieutenant in the Air corps reserve and treasurer of the Miami Beach chapter of the American Veterans committee. The couple is planning a winter wedding. I WANTED CONCESSIONAIRE To run soda fountain Afternoons and evenings Write Mr. Y.. Box 2973 j Miami 18. stating experience and salary wanted. DR. and MRS. LEONARD H. JACOBSON Jo Ellen and Patricia Ann OF MIAMI BEACH EXTEND TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU CLOSING SUNDAY — 6 P.M. SHARP Please Place Your Orders Early PERSONALIZED SERVICE at the iti.uksroM: FLOWi:it SHOP "WHERE FLOWERS SPEAK FOR YOU" 634 SIXTH STREET PHONES 58-1598—5-0504 MIAMI BEACH BROADCAST Ralph Bellamy, movie actor and star of the Pulitzer prize winning play, "State of the Union," will be heard on a special New Year broadcast. "Who Shall Live"? on station WKAT, Tuesday at 9 p.m. The broadeast is being sponsored by the United Jewish Appeal. iddle COMPANY Everything In Aviation' RABBI L. LEHRER Mohel 3-2297 Wishes the Rabbis and the Jewish communities of Miami and Miami Beach a Very Happy New Year DR. BENNETT A. LEE Announce* the opening of his office for the practice of general dentistry and dental surgery. —And extends best wishes for a Happy New Year to an, 6109 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-7786 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from The Foremost Photographers Of The South \00(fU **ir 9mm Elevator Lobby DuPONT BUILDING PHONE 3-8617 1 IN ; 'i i i ^ 1



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PAGE FOUR Jewish fhridiar_ FRIDAY. SEPT EMBER 12.!* Editorial UNSCOP Lauds Accomplishments By Palestine Jews SAKE SUCCESS (JTA) Jew isli Education Annual nation-wide observance of Jewish Education Month, communal life issued a call to Jewish parents to provide religious s u u. ^ ^ pal( sUri WJ education for their children during the coming year. ; ^ I65 page repo rt to the The call stated: e ral assembly, made public W "As a devoted parent, you provide all you can tor your ^ UN gecretaria t. child's health and well-being, for his comforts, pleasures and ^ mandate in its preamble education „ recognized, with regard to u "As a devoted parent, you share with your child all that is ^ pt ( pl „, thl %  grounds tor yours and all that you hope to have. reconstituting t h eir n* 7 "But-do you provided with one of your most precious gg* ^g^* & aSSe Vo you share with him a heritage that is yours and that is gations £ the rj, the universally regarded as one of the world's greatest civilized [£ h !" ^ upon .ho .lows inheritances—the heritage of Judaism? n opportunity, through large "Wherever you may turn, you will find the visible manitesta^ • immigrat jon, to tions of that heritage. eventually a Jewish state with a "It is the writings regarded as holy throughout the world. Jewlsh ma jority. "It is to be found in the democracy that civilized men cherish .. B(ilh the B alfour declai everywhere and the mandate Involved in"It speaks out with warm notes not only in Hebrew but in ter „ation 'men's to he the English language and literature. In all these, and in many Jewish people %  a whole more, are the visible signs of the heritage which is yours as a i low. "To know that heritage better is to be infinitely enriched. "To pass it on to your child is to ennoble his life—to give him strength to meet life's problems, enlarge his ability to see life whole and to enjoy its manifold wonders. "Give your child this precious source of inner strength. "Pass on to him through Jewish education what has been a WO rld who wish to go to Pal' stintrock of strenqth through the millenda of history. would have the right to "This year. Jewish Education Month and Week has been This view, however.would designated for the period of September 7 to October 15. In it. to be unr„hst.c in t he • American Jews arecalled upon'to respond to this primary obliyoujjj gation to provide Jewish education for each Jewish child. ||t(i ^ lh(i J(W in lh( W0T \&, "Does your child attend a Jewish religious school? If he .. Wnen t he mandate was apdoes, make sure that he continues. If he does not, enroll him p r0V ed, all coi cen i A m %  aware now. "i the existence of an overw "Do the young people in your family participate in synaing Arab majority in Palestine," %  • port c intinues. "Mori K g-Crane report, among others, had warned that the Zionist pi igram could not b out except by force of arms. It would seem clear, therefore, that • provisions of the mandate that they wen not limited only to the Jewish population of Palestine, sinee at the time tl ere were only some 80,000 Jews there. "This would imply." the r port point, out, "that all Jew.ii I H 1UI.I"1 CLEARING AWAY 1 HE WEEDS gogues or Jewish Center activity? If they do not, let them enroll now. "There are also Jewish study classes for adults in these institutions which YOU can join. "The school, the synagogue, the Jewish center or some Jewish religious and cultured activity are there in your community to serve you and your family. been an independent state. At the same time, the report also the attention of the U.N. i] assembly to the fact that :,, Palestine there are ;.200.000 Arabs, two-thirds %  i population, who oppose a Jewish State. B ith the majority and minority groups of UNSCOP favor the n iance of Jewish immigration to Palestine. The UNSCOP efore, recommend! to neral assembly that it undertake immediately the initiation and execution of an inter[ an ngement whereby the problem of the distressed an Jews, of whom apmately 250.0(10 are in aswill be dealt with relating to the Jewish National a< a matter of extreme urgency "They are there to link you and your child with eternal Home could he bast d only on the for the alleviation of their plight truths and beauties and spiritual satisfaction." Tho i OIIIVIM'IHM' I Comments imption that sooner or I the Arab fears would gradually and that Aral tility to the terms of the mandate would in tin i weaken and Declaring that "a great moral responsibility rests upon the Ii U. S. government, arising out of its previous commitments, "This seems to havi which it dare not shirk," the executive committee of the Amenbasi ption, but it | can Jewish Conference called upon the United States to take '" : %  [be '• since the histhe Initiative at the forthcoming session of the United Nations '", % general assembly to ensure an immediate affirmative solution \ %  % %  Palestine problem. The majority of the committee Is that 150,000 of the total he admitted to Palestine irs, 1>' ginning this month, T UNSCOP report points out >l be doubted that any action which would ease the | thi 'id Jews in 1 would thereby lessen the | if the Palestinian immin problem and consequently create a better climate in of the Palestine problem. ,.,„ even „„ ( ,, nUnuation 0 f the In a statement adopted at a special meeting called to conbuild sider the report of the United Nations Special Committee on Hon h to carry out a final soluPalestine, the conference took the position that the majority could be in. ted only by tjoi "f the question of Palesrecommendation calling for the admission within the next two the ise of some i le tine." years of 150,000 Jews and the granting of independence to f ""' cai rly conboth the Jews and the Arabs in Palestine "merits serious contended that the use of force as a sideration and prompt attention by the United Nations general mrnns of establishing the Naassemblv" tional Home was either intended TL -., -ii i_ T • %  'by thi ndate or imp'. : bv The executive committee, presided over by Louis Lipsky, [t provisions On %  : %  chairman, while concluding that the majority report was a the provisions of the compromise which would be received with mingled feelings shot by American Jewry, proposing, as it did, a Jewish state in only usi for thi part of Palestine, excluding Western Galilee and the Jewish '' application." sections of Jerusalem, declared, however, that an immediate Declaring that the Jew solution was imperative because of "the sharp deterioration of the Jewish position in Europe." Its statement pointed out '''" %  the that the official Jewish attitude on the recommendations would \ be made known in due course by the Jewish Agency for Pales^ZZ'ZZ V „'! 2!T Z tine, whose position would have the backing of the overwhelmsound* %  Z '" ing majority of American Jews. owi n h !" The executive committee also called upon Great Britain to ance on gift capital and the nonreturn the "Exodus" refugees to Palestine, to liquidate the ica motivation behind ninternment camps on Cyprus, and to reintroduce civil administra'.'' divclnpment schemes tion in the Holy Land, emphasizing that in doing so the mandall !lp reRard '* economi tory power would demonstrate enlightened statesmanship which s ,!~' tl '' would help restore peace, security and qood-will. „, J( r Arabs from ,he land strictions not |, .,. oll]f| housed by the camp autnorities, !" l AJC Warns JDA Of Anti-Semitism U.S. Tries Eight For Inciting Riots VIENNA—(JTA) — Eight persons went on trial here this week before an American military court, charged with leading a riot against a camp of displaced Jews in the town of Bad IschL The riots took place on Aug. 20, when a crowd of 300 persons, after demonstrating before the mayor's office in protest against the reduced milk rations, proceeded to the Hotel Kreuz, where CHICAGO — UTA)—Although zed ai ti-Semitism has deson, ewhat in the United •'lit;-.!, wish prejudice has ing among "respec%  ctions of the community previously were relatively %  bias, the national execu•mmittee of the Joint DeAppeal was warned this nd by John Slawson. execlent of the Amer' wish committee, and BenE P ti n, acting national dithe B'nai B'rith Antin League. defense leaders Paris Police Probe Irgun and Stem Representatives (Continued from Page 1) (ions. Many Paris hotels raj raided. Those arrested with Rabk Korff were his secretary. Mil Judith Rosenbeifier, 23, a natm! of Hungary, whose present tionality is unknown, and 88;! inald Gilbert, an English-boa American citizen and former* pilot. All are being held iaeosmunicado. Seventeen other pl sons have been arrested, but tkfj names were not disclosed. Worff and the other two seal 1 at the airfield were quesacul a good part of last night. ka>| while, police are seeking printer who prepared the leafls found in two suitcases carried^ the rabbi, and the persons* placed the plane at his dispoal They are also seeking to t the persons who manufactrij six improvised aerial bombs Mj were found in a house jear* Paris abettoirs. The leaflet, which was sip* "Fighters for the Freedon< Israel," the formal name of Stern group, said in part %  "we will carry the war to %  very heart of the empire. will strike with all the bitteraa and fury of our semtude* bondage. People of EW press your govermnfflt v> V Eretz Israel now. DemandP your sons and daughters WP home, or you may never see m again." The promptness with waw'j police acted, and the scope their raids, indicated mm Surete either had an agert w ed in the ranks of the estMl or that one of the terron=i-l betrayed his companions police. Publiihed every fj' 6 *\,"."r \l\ J.wl.h Fl.nd..n ^* ,,1 reet. M taMl JE M t| by The Sixth St matte' 1930. at the Post 0 fic l Fl... under the Ac of M"Jt ^l and attacked the building stones, shouting "Hang the kill the Jews." Austrian men witnessed the anti-Jew.^h placement of this demonstration, but did not interready occurred fere until the American police dispersed the crowd and arrested its leaders. 'I' ey cannot relax "the against discrimination, pointing out that among other 'he relief efforts for Jews u*, vicuna Palestine, ? inoc the Arab l,pprd on the existence daily newspaper, charged that never establish^ a all J '' ~ tron and secure American Engelbert Tosetto, a former there, fhe re po r ? UTSSTS ,munl, >Other speak" member of the Nazi party since assuran^. ESS?I** thdl ,his ers deluded Donald n^„^. Referring to the Jewish assurwould be Z n P m i Cal injustice tiveg in locating person shrdlu the SeSon of a J^ w bs by The Wiener Kurier, a Vienna Palestine 3&^A" !" ??*. m M*m some supported Donald Oberdorfer, 1938, but now a member of the! Aside^from"the' "fa',', s ppor '" national chairman "of the Communist party in Auitria. wat since ~ l KJ£ SJ^fc WMorri., chairmaTof tie W The Jewlth Fiond'jn Mi 9 Jewlth Unity "J ^.f* qraphie' Agency. Seven • „,* Syndicate, Worldwide NWJ.WI National Editorial A ** c „gll.h>i*l h can Aeeoclatlon %  AlW {* Newepaoere. Cf^fJ!i|ttTHL SUBSCRIPTION c One Year. Two Yea re Telephones 2-1141-^ OFHCE aBdP 120 J*. E. Sixfc^ Volume 20 the displace Jews have be I chtofly v^onrt^to for tb. .tUek .1"^^ iaiesEdmund Waterman, treasurer. Friday. September ELUL 17, V"



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jewistifk>riWr>n h Hashonah Services Sunday Night rk Beginning Of High Holy Days High Holy Days will be [red in by Miami Jewry with i Hashonah services being fucted Sunday night, Monand Tuesday. Orthodox [thodox services will be held Ihe Miami Jewish Orthodox jregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave., Rabbi Murray Grauer and T Abraham Behrman ofting. Services will be held El5 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. and [p.m. Monday, and Tuesday. L Giauer's sermon on Mon(will be "Exodus 5707." On Jay he will speak on "Gen5708." The congregation [also sponsor services at the irei Zedek Talmud Torah, S.W. Third st., with Louis bskind and Cantor Wolfson latinfi. jigrogation Beth Jacob, 301 iington ave., Miami Beach, hold orthodox services which be conducted by Rabbi Mescheloff, Cantor Louis eder and the choir. Services held at 6 pjn. Sunday, i. and 6 p.m. Monday, and iay. Rabbi Mescheloffs Jay sermon will be "God tcs." and his Tuesday serwill be "Man Creates." kces will also be conducted |je Community building, 311 hington ave. Rabbi Mescheand Cantor Nathan Wroobel jffidate. thodox services will be conW at the Miami Hebrew ol and Junior Congregation, S.W. 12th ave., by Rabbi kn April and the school choir. Sees will be held Sunday at Monday at 8 a.m. and 6 and Tuesday. Rabbi April's on on Monday will be "Our est Concern Today," and [Tuesday sermon will be Ce Wo Are Jews." ngregation Beth Tfilah, 935 1 ave., Miami Beach, will orthodox services, with bi Joseph Rackovsky officiaas both cantor and rabbi. Sees will begin at 6:15 p.m. lay,, 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. lay and Tuesday. Rabbi ivsky will speak on "The ar" on Monday and "New Ushering In" on Tuesday. thodox services will be conby the Greater Miami ew academy, 918 Sixth st., ni Beach, at 6 p.m. Sunday, ii. and 6 p.m. Monday, TuesConservalive imi Beach Jewish Comy Center, 1415 Euclid ave., ICOB SCHACHTER Director swish Musical Hour WBAY 11 a.m.—Sunday, 10 p.m. %  hes to thank his sponsors their kind co-operation extends best wishes to > listeners and to all Jewry a very Happy New Year. STINGS TO ALL ISRAEL A YEAR OF LIFE, fALTH AND HAPPINESS !i! RABBI laron Twersky Reason's Greetings! '•Hi Boulevard Pharmacy Street and Biscayne Bhrd. Phone 7-5567 1 East Las Olaa Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Phone 37 will hold services, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Cantor Jacob Goldring officiating. Services will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Rabbi Lehrman's Monday sermon will be "The Tragedy of Our Fate — The Glory of Our Faith." His Tuesday sermon will be "Let Us Resolve." Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave., will conduct services, with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. Rabbi Shapiro's theme for the Holy Days will be "After the Strife of Peace Comes the Challenge of Universality and Unity." Services will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Student services will be held in the auditorium throughout the holidays at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Albert Michels, of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, and Cantor Joseph A. Malek will conduct services at the Coral Gables Woman's club, 1009 E. Ponce de Leon blvd. Services are being sponsored by the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Services will begin at 7 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday, and 8 a.m. Tuesday. Sunday night Rabbi Michels will speak on, "The Quest .for Permanency: Can We Build an Enduring World"? Monday Rabbi Michels will speak on "Do We Need Prayer in a Supersonic Era: Will God Answer Us"? "Sacrifice and Sanctification, the Faith of Israel" will be the topic of the Tuesday sermon. Liberal Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach, will hold services, with Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer and the choir officiating. Services will begin at 8:15 p.m. Sunday and at 10 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Sunday evening Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Rendezvous With Destiny." His Monday sermon will be "Can the Nation of the World Hear the Shofar"? "The Seventh City" will be his Tuesday sermon. Reform Rabbi Colman Zwitman and Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will officiate at services at Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st. Sunday night Rabbi Zwitman will speak on "Leviticus 23:24." Rabbi Kaplan will speak on "An Inventory of Jewish Life" downstairs. Both rabbis will conduct services, on PAGE FIVE Pictured above is Eli Hurwitz who was recently appointed to the B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 5 committee on Jewish Education by President Sam Silver, of Sholem lodge. Dr. Bernstein Returns From Studies In N. Y. Dr. William H. Bernstein, 420 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach has just returned from a three months stay in New York City, where he was doing post graduate stuies in heart disease. During that period. Doctor Bernstein successfully passed his examinations for certification as a specialist in internal medicine. These examinations are given by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He also attended the meetings of the American Heart association, and the American Medical association in Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. Bernstein and their three daughters, Janet, Susan and Bonnie also returned with the doctor. Monday. Rabbi Zwitman's topic on Monday will be "Genesis 22". Services will begin at 8:15 p.m. Sunday night and Monday at 10 a.m. Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, a liberal synagogue, will conduct services Sunday at 8 p.m. and Monday at 10 a.m. Sunday night Rabbi David Raab will speak on "What of Tomorrow"? He will speak on "The Call of the Shofar" Monday. To TOGUST BROS Ryc £ •* Is'the BEST' girl SAM and HYMAN FORMERLY AT THE White Rose Market 87 Washington Avenue NOW CONNECTED WITH Merlin's Market 320 Collins Avenue WISH ALL THEIR'FRIENDS AND~CUSTOMERS' A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BILL WRIGLEY OF THE WRIGLEY ENGRAVING COMPANY WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR $ NORTON it. GANGER CO. Air Conditioning 601 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-8361 Miss Marjorie Gerstein Is Bride of Dr. Rosner Marriage ceremony of Miss Marjorie Gerstein and Dr. Jack Harold Rosner took place August 31st in the Cadillac hotel, Miami Beach, Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. A dinner and reception at the hotel followed the rites. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerstein, 2321 S.W. 21st st., was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white slipper satin with fingertip illusion veil and carried a white Bible adorned with orchids and stephanotis. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. David Rosen, and Miss Marilyn Rosner, who wore blue taffeta. Mr, Rosner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rosner, Lake City, Fla. had his brother, Sheldon Rosner, as best man. Ushers were David Rosen, Sid Cooper, and Gerald Gerstein, brother of the bride. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, the bride attended the University of Missouri and the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Dr. Rosner attended the University of Miami, the University of Florida, and received his degree in dentistry from Northwestern university in Evanston, 111. where he was president of Alpha Omega dental fraternity. After a honeymoon in Daytona Beach, Fla., they will make their home in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. BENJAMIN WEINER and son, Richard Wish their many friends and relatives a Happy and Prosperous New Year HAPPY NEW YEAR llerirk and Shapiro 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS VAN PLUMBING CO., Inc. 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: i •* PAGE SIX jen i it Jkr*Mw __, „ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, Rabbi Korff Held On Arms Charge PARIS — (JTA) Rabbi Baruch Korff, who was arrested last Saturday just before leaving on a flight to London to drop Sternist leaflets over the British capital, will be charged with the ••possession of pamphlets of foreign origin likely to endanger the security of the country" and •ill. gal possession of arms and ammunition." This was made known by the examining magistrate in charge of the case. The French police revealed the name of another of the 17 persons rounded up over tne weekend He is Jacques Martmsky. who was arrested last June when anti-British leaflets were found ?n his hotel room, but was subsequen ly released. It was Martfnsky vvho received, the fire exnuuishers which were used n Sng the six bombs allegedl> found in a raid on a house near th F S S 'iSSion available here it appears that the "bombs 1 / not designed to cause into persons in the area where hrv were dropped, but were socalled leaflet bombs, which contain a mild charge of explosives and which scatter leaflets over a wide area when they explode (The Teriburx-Herald Paris cor: .ndent, who was the, only reporter present when Korff a arrested, said that the report that six bombs had been found was inaccuiate. Police in a neighboring house, using field glasses, had seen the bombs being constructed but when they raided the building under surveillance the bombs had disappeared. The "Diaspora Headquarters of the Irgun. which is situated in Paris, issued a statement denying that there has been a spin in the Irgun command or that prominent members have resigned. The announcement added that "the Irgun will continue its struggle for the liberation of all of Palestine and against attempts to confine the Jewish people in a near ghetto to be glorified by the name of state." The American embassy said that it had not yet received any information concerning the arrest of Korff, his secretary, and the plane's pilot, Reginald Gilbert. The embassy stated that the two were apparently American citizens. (The Herald-Tribune said that Gilbert had informed the police of the plan, and had been acting for them from the time he was first approached by Korff. i A Reuter dispatch from Paris quoted "well informed quarters" there as stating that they believed thai the Korff "plot" was a "propaganda stunt" to coincide wit: the landing of the Exodus deportees in Hamburg. These quarters also believe that the affair was a personal venture of Korff, rather than an operation of the Stern group. A source close to police headquarters also expres-cd surprise that only one American newspaperman should have been at the remote field from which Korff took off, the Reuter dispatch added. British SM-rtarv I'ndor Pressure To < urfo Bigotry LONDON WT^Pressure on home secretary, James Chutei Ede, to take action against Bntish fascists, whose pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic activities hav come more flagrant in rece weeks, is expected to men sharplv m the near future, ml I at least one cabinet minister reported ready to demand action. Weekly meetings of the L. of Ex-Servicemen, a fror.t I Sir Oswald Mosley's pr< war British Union of Fascists, in Eas. London, which has a large Jew ish population, have provoked protests at the governments inaction from the l v and li press. Criticism of the home oi fice has increased since th, lution adopted last week by the Trades Union conference, v attacked the unmolested rs ence of fascism and anti-Semitism in Britain. Even the Daily Herald, the offii ial labor pari> paper, has demanded I at be found to prohibit anti-S tic provocations. Dennis Pritt. an independent member of parliament an I noted liberal lawyers, has dl a new measure to out ances provokii • and religious hatred. He is SU] p >rt< many rank-ar.d-file labor MP's and." reportedly, by Sir S'. Cripps. A draft of the measure has already h Gen. Sir Hartli y S must examine all bills I • they are introduced in and" has been : assi who is understood to be %  %  ing action on it. It has stated, without official con: tion, that Cripps. supported by health minister. Aneurin Bevii is attempting ti> persuade ti home secretary to ad MORRIS and SARAH GATT and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes To Our Many Friends INVESTORS k SYNDICATE Congress Building it! Y PHONE 2-2661 A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEJ to my clients and friends is the sincere wigh 0 | MILTON W KIM; it Certified Public Accountant 3020 S.W. Fourth Avenue Miami 1ABY PARADE Robert Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone. 2220 S. W 14th ter., was born Sept. 3 a' he Victoria hospital ... A son Charles StuaTt, was born to M' ind Mrs. Alan G. Strattorn '740 Abbott ave., Miami Beach on Aug. 22. MR. F. E. STERN 3700 Hillsdale Road BALTIMORE, MD. Wishes all his %  friends of the li te Mrs. Stern in Greater Miami and t ; ru Florida—a greater, Happier New Year than evi KOSHER CHICKENS CAN BE PURCHASED NOW —at— §UBTSET FARM 1668 Alton Road Telephone No. 5-4118 Opposite Carl's Market Hens 45c a Pound ORDERS TAKEN FOR Yom Kippur TURKEY S—P U L L E T S EVERYTHING ALIVE Al Berman will open his live poultry market at WHITEROSE MARKET 87 WASHINGTON AVE. ON OCTOBER 15th ALSO WISHES HIS MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Daniel Salin, Miami attorney, heads the Miami division of the American Jewish congress. Mrs. Max H. K;ilz Pret EXTENDS BEST WISf FOR THE NEW YEAR to the Officers, Board of Direr and Members of B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN OF SHOLEM CHAPTER M I-; \ and WOMK \ Slenderizing and Health Studio Special For One Week— 10 Treatments—$20.00 NO DIETING — NO HEAT — NO DISROBING Swedish Massage — Evening Appointments 800 N.E. SECOND AVENUE Phones 3-9895—88-1227 The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami HI T Wishes for Its Members and Friends and for World Jewry a Happy and Prosperous New Year &*ss TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ... Miami lla*li Awning Co. Bert J. Reilly. Owntr-H. F. (Tex) Goodman, Manager SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND FOR HOME OR BUSINESS 1125 Fifth Street Phone 5 7345 Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVE J. COHN, General Agent Parifit* Mutual Life Insurance Company Seventeenth Floor, Congress Building PHONE 2-3181 Thott occasionalnigiiUvhm r rToua tenaioo keep* you awake— are you more wakeful the l.irder you trv to aleep? The*, day. when t*,. narvee make you Irritable and Jump* —are yuu crankier and more reatluaa when you try to fight the reeling? Milaa .Verrina can help you on day. and ni|(hta like thcae. It haa been making good tor more than 60 year. CAUTION — UM only aa directed. Get Mile. P>erlne at your druj; atora. Efferveacent tableta, 38c, 75o—Liquid Mo, |1. MIU. Laboratoriaa, Ino, Blkhart, Indiana. Miles NERVINE ON THE OCCASION OF KOS1I II \SIIO> \ AND THE WELCOMING OF Hit It is our privilege to express 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 vJewistFlcrkliari IN OUR NEW HOME 120 Northeast Sixth Street HAPPY NEW 'if YEAR Cored Gables Federal Savings and Loan Association 2501 Ponce de Leon Boulevard PHONE 4-7627 SELMA THOMPSON E. M, ROSENBERGER T. LINDSAY MOORE MARTIN SPILKA OWENNE PULLMAN M. H. WHITEHOUSE "rfARY SCHREBNICK FR ED HOGARTH WM. O. 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)AY, SEPTEMBER 11 1§4? *Jewislhfk>ridfk>f! PAGE SEVEN |.C Will Meet Today; Dr. Wise f lerican President, Issues Message [Florida division of the American Jewish Congress will open Hall season with a luncheon meeting at the Wofford hotel. bmi Beach, today at noon, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president. Bounced this week. lans for the coming season will be formed at this meeting, i there will be a report given* I"T— [the chairman of the location This service aids relan locating persons who are in DP camps in Europe. Mrs. bssur will give a report on the seminar which she attended jew York City last week, hose who will attend the tinu are Mrs. Leonard Barr, president; Mrs. Joseph Fine, president; Miss Clara Golkgrg, vice president; Mrs. !k Weiss, treasurer; Mrs. BenZimmerman, recording sec/; Mrs. Mark Kaplan, finansecretary; Mrs. Joseph Moncorresponding secretary; Rose Weiss and Mrs. Sam sternum, trustees. Uso attending will be Mrs. fence Cohen, president of the i Beach chapter, and her Kate, Mrs. Alfred Lesser; Mrs. •y Stepkin, president of the 11 chapter, and her delegate, Herbert Scher; Mrs. Lena Ik, president of Esther chapand her delegate; Mrs. LeoCurtice, publicity chairman; Hannah Grossman, public lions chairman; and Mrs. IrLehrman, Bulletin chairman. Stephen S. Wise, president %  American Jewish congress the World Jewish congress, asked Mrs. Glasser to convey following message to Miami rry: ,ho, unless he be a profesal Jewish optimist, can part Di the year 5707 and welcome without the deepest misgs? The same grave probface us at the year's close udened us when the year beBrjefly put, these are: Paine, Zionism, and the United puns. Whether the DP's emipion to America —they are one ilem, for the three are closeeven indissolubly knit toiler. The most critical problem i Jewry still faces is what he surviving one and onemillion Jews — one third of (>m aie refugees, another third irhom would fain flee from • present habitations. One >t face their tragedy withfeling that the war was lost, %  won, that Nazism has so sucied in empoisoning the world to leave it indifferent to the


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%  ^il *"**&&'&f^^Sfa'. }•&* i: .fei^£^r i \?*' I ?: SE EIGHT -Jclstnir***£— FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. & P. Hadassah Zionist Committee Adopts Resolution To Hoar Grauor %  '•a delegates & its first regular esubhs I ; the season oo Monday Jewish s Miami 1 V; • %  %  nb an U evening as > part ol .'.-.• %  -: %  -" %  "f_ :3 ip now has Hai : %  Brock 5: ..-:: will b. %  %  %  next culi h id Sep: —-• %  • r£.i~ .:i'. : %  E .. ....";• C .' %  %  %  I Miss Ru'-i >' %  %  Turn P %  peoph i ad bj -•'ss K -' • A 'I %  5 ft? %  •S3 A:.:; Coher M s EsWess Miss Rita Futerfas ; Misa Ruth Steinberg After • ; %  Id : ;•' the Jewish ralondar 1917 TeBWWed.. Sapt M SoktaI** %  ^ ftakaxk iM Sur. Oct. 5 %  n,--*-' Ax.ra: Men.. Oct. 6 ff^-w.1 Tank Tuev. Oct. 7 Reaoh Will So4k Poliro Powers For Ordinaiuo o sign : i i i si 7 • : • : %  | TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ... ATLANTIC FISH CO. All Kinds of Northern Fish—Fresh Fish 69 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE Hfc SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM IIWYKK'S METAL SHOP New '.cation: 1329 N.W. 74th St. p hon e 78- 5 i •OTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS SEASONS GREETINGS A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI Plant—1150 N.W. SeYeriry-Third Street DBI-GAS CORPORATION 1829 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-8602 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ... CORNELL HOTEL 3420 Collins Avenue Miami Bead N B.5. Women's Benefit 7c Fecture Dunnir.ger MBS. YETTA GEHH FLOfiEUCE VIA: .7. i." ... Mrs B : DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure V^ Water -KUVIKB Tl 1 TABLE 5CTTLES N BOTTLE : : : HnMHItllll PHONE 2-4128 BROS fcw Miami Wliolt*al :.' N W 7.-_i ;:H M3GSOCC ".v;v:s HAPPY NEW YEAR : ?.. end MRS. H. II. Mo< hlowi!/ MA? :s tad PHYLLIS SINCEREST BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends SINCE 1926 K i: > > BUY and ELI INSURANCE INC. 1900 Congress Building Phones 3-0641—3-0642—3-0643—3-0644 MIAMI. FLORIDA .' DAIRY *C PRODUCTS UPHOLSTERING ^'£=>>^~. r~ ^ v_ r. r. o c4i Jte £eit -nt M or Phone 3-0151 7tl >.E. First Avcmi' M — ? CCMP-^ETI LK Z: Decorativp fahrir* NEW SHIPMENT MOB! BBV \ OU: A= S :• ":r.e^; NT^--*: TropicoJ ". ; ; : ; ::: od SHI i B A33D*E SUITS -lax i $55465 Seam "*w MB v:. t Sba i • %  ; r^ = StoaU — ^LT,.,, Upstairs Mfrs. Outlet ""* %  •**: %  *. BM.U ->: MARK0WITZ BROS. EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAR 329 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE M* BEN MARKOWFTZ • NATHAN MARKOWlW



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*IDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *• Jewish fkrtdtafi locial Service Bureau Offers lounselling On Family Problems By CHARLES COHEN Jewish Social Service Bureau Almost everyone has to deal with a personal or family probi m at some time in his life. Growing up, choosing a career, Joking friends, getting married, bringing up children, facing Iness or old age—problems may arise through any of these fperiences in family living. T5 0 two families are ever exactof the emigree in I -rning a new language and a new skill and taking responsibility for the first time for independer'ly planning his own life. ; The casework service of the Jewish Social Service bureau represents the community's investment in people and their capacities to reorganize and reestablish more firmly the pillars of family life. The core of the program is a faith in what timely assistance, skilled help, and practical resources can mean to the hundreds of individuals who come each year to seek our service. It is through this service that the Jewish Social Service bureau contributes to the preservation and enrichment of family life. alike, and no two people face rr ies in the same way. The loblems which trouble people as different as the people gmselves. One member of a |y in trouble can throw the hole family out of gear. One helped can restore the jane,' of the entire group. [Through the skilled counselling tvices i>f professionally trained Le-workers and through the retirees available within the afcncy and the community, the pwish Social Service bureau fives people and individuals who r e troubled about their childfcn; who are seeking happiness I satisfaction in marriage; who re coping with the loneliness of |cl age or physical illness; who K concerned about personality Isturbances in a member of the bnily; who are seeking a new lode of life for a family deprived a parent through death, long iness, or imprisonment; who Bed financial aid. [The counselling service of the jreau cannot be assessed in stashes. It can best be observed tin preservation of family life le illustration earlier reportIt can be observed in the way [puzzled adolescent confides secbt hurls to the caseworker, which Kiy make the difference between I wing up resentful and dispedient and learning to do his in the wrinkled teary face an ild woman whose family, ice reluctant to have her, now .vide her with a real home; the shaken yet objective manin which a young mother lakes plans for herself and falily with the knowledge of her tisband's death from an incur|ble disease; in the joyful region <>f the adolescent and her %  rents in their first concrete lentifications with Jewish compunal life; in the vigor and zeal Women To Sponsor Fashion Show, Dance A fashion show and dance will be presented by the Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith business and professional women, Wednesday, Sept. 24th, at the Versailles hotel, 3425 Collins ave., Miami Beach, at 9 p.m. Tickets are $1.30. The show is being sponsored by Elenor's Fashions. Eve Tel logon will do the commentaries. Tickets may be secured by calling Mrs. Frances Giller at 58-1444 or at the hotel door. Capt. Stanley S. Stein, son of Mrs. B. Stein, 4519 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, has been admitted as a patient to Oliver General hospital, Augusta. Ga. Capt. Stein has been in the service for four and one-half years, serving in the Chemical Warfare corps. At present he is on inactive status. Quality, 3ood Product* |FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS 1 Florida National i Kosher Provision i Company i Phone 3-4225 l!| 230 N. W. 5th Street h"l MIAMI. FLORIDA ^ R^h? er the 8"Prvlilon of jfl R 1 hiJo, .' ph E R ckov.ky l| TJ'""" M.scheloff §3 Maobl Murray Qrauor IS MEATS AND POULTRY !4 Wholesale and Retail I RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. George J. Rachlin AND FAMILY and HERBERT A. 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Second Avenue Phone 9-5522 i.iild I iimn %  Mill mill % % %  i ml IIIHI mii| it mm Hill nil %  II • I Hill ll"ll llllllll %  mm 1 1 %  null DEE Mendelsohn's Restaurant OCEAN VILLA IS NOW AIR COOLED DELICIOUS KOSHER MEALS SERVED DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M. RESERVATIONS BEING MADE FOR NEW YEAR'S-PHONE 59334 FREE PARKING 13th St. & Collins Ave.. Miami Beach F 'p ^ ( R 1 e l ,e^va,ion, .iii: 1 m:iiiiiiiuiuuiwiiiiuuii:.iiiiiii,i;iimii!i.iaiiiiuj auiiuuuiiiiuiiuiiuiiiMuuiuiiuiiiiuiuiiiiJii MIIIII CONDITIONED, AVMASIE 10 PAKTIJS AND BANQUETS DINNERS *\M HOTEL APRnnmR Room Overlooking Biscayne Bay\ • 129 S. L 4th Stnti, MIAMI FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 9-7501 — p n,, lr '"" :1: "i::-':':'Miiiuliii)i:iiMi:iiiinnini,i l ii:iimnBm.lmMlnilunnininnllimHBma Hum i. i ANGIE and FRED WELCOME YOU TO DINE UNDER THE PALMS AT PICCIOLO'S "SSBBir 'too trolled Steaks. Chops, Sea Food %  •'. Wine Maine Lobsters lio.u.r. 136 Collins ... M. B. 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'. • PAGE TEN +j e itffkr*#2£L FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ItVach President \amps Chairmen. P.T.A. Board f the eaecntive lirmeo • the Mia B h Junioi n -T %  : : president and Mn %  .-. %  first and lively H itt ::as--i: ?' Arthur irdinf tary. Con • %  -' Mn : ving H publicity : [i Be tram T! ind Mrs e pul M It S -:ir mother H T f iblications; !: A nsellor; d Mi L. Juli HUlity Mrs Eva M irl Wagrel eshn -Mrs Harry •-. he Itt Mn I Cronir I Qtative; k Pn aid Carl ?.!T; Tre:s*.e: Mrs Herbert Frir.k M Philip Lefkoitz, mei M Guilbert • and M s C tin, supply Mi J ••. Wilson, par .'.' = Le >n Ell. i] : Mrs Hal CopeMatzo Manufacturer, Max Manischewitz. Dies Mix Mai president a ; -: Cincinnati ZJ product] Born m C MWitZ Ittt :.:> %  a.-.2 m ." le cehre d .-..; :.-. ::-:; he re try, after the Rabbi I i rounder ':-e*r. active = .-. e.xr utive In addit c tivitie* U E ted i i v as a ::' Social UK An ardent 1 Kh :f hii :.-.e ca-i-i f wealth ..-. ?a. known for hi pic and bunHe -= :.:r Edith three itain, Mrs R P.ae Preni :.:.'..;. Manii SCbewitt VIM %  Lam -" %  a. firs! ttte 3 M hewta t-rsey C:' • *n" : acanas M I oded scl %  : a: -.: %  %  aimed : "" %  : h • I Eh M In th M Kudent >f ar ? :.is %  T i *.. ~ Drivers Must Apply For Ucenses By Oct. 1 reOc. ..;, Licenses, puty intj iud| • j: "~ luty al -i* ;jlla: -.. M F M the B n i *i — _-.... %  — f iider.: 3T. na: SINCERE WISHES r 3R A HA1 •if LINICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 T Dr. Lieberman Appointed City Hospital Director .-.: Dr John F • Army Medical a ssistar.t director i Mi rial hospital was I • week by C.'.y I R. G. Danr.er. D Lii • rman was recently tired witl I • rank of colonel I army service. a:':'..;a'.ed with al hospital in Hot Si Ark He also Raid hospital :-. V.' -.. D. C .: Fi'.zsirr.pital in Der.nd Steinberg hospital M inila, P. I. HAULING None T^o La-ge or Too Small PROVPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 If SUNRAYHARK "^ HEALTH RESORT L'vJ!r/r HOTEL-SANITARIUM wT Ft* BEST CCHVLESCEHCt "^ AMD OWOMK CXSU __Li 1 **.-?...il. !•• • SO' COUtT Z7ZX SSj MIAMI n nmna, I ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS, Inc. "Clearing Lcti Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lir.es for Rtnl—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Much ar.d Marl—Any Mixture E::*.er Blue Sod Boil and Fill of Ar.y Kind Call 4-0335 cr T8-387I For FREE EsUmatM 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. All Work Guaranteed NURSERY PLANTS • SHRUBS • POTTED FERNS • FLOWERS Joseph Melnick 1252 N. W. 33rd Streat Phone 3-9801 SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2215-25 Collins Avenue EXTENDS TC All ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS .PR* NC% nfi (21 IK&I Mai j MIAMI BEACH, FIX.] PUOHZ S.297II S I WANT MY MILK And B. Buz* ir, FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dcro Protaa^d TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. a Snapper Cr.sk ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. ^ Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE M|4| House and Lawrence TEXACO SERVICE 800 West Flagler Street Phone 2-9966 Lubrication A Specialty Gas^—Oil—Service GREETINGS III T To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers Say It with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. lsi St. Phone 2-3773 MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th St. General Repairing WRECKER SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT PL-me 3-8749 Phone 3-7856 M i u i i: >' s Moil's Shop MEN'S Furnishings and Clothing Cooks and Waiters Uniforms WORK CLOTHES 247 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida NEW YEAR GREETIN GS TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING COMPANY 2465 S. W. 8th Stree, MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 481721 PASSOVER GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVEIT SERVICE J. BARBASH & SONS fa 261 N. E. 1st St. 9hmSk Order Home 'Good to the Last Fin" 824 JEFFERSON AVE. Phone 58-2763 MIAMI BEACH I MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ %  H^BvftTWI III I HMMBI TOUBY 3-5O00 669 N.W.6^ StfeeL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA I MM



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UDAY, SETTEMBER12. 1947 Education Department tsues 559 Certificates ,.,,,. Department of Education sued r >5!> teaching certificates m ii the month of August, repenting an increase of 132 over le amount issued during July, Lt,. School Superintendent lolin English has announced. Tcnglish said that the school Lnartment issued 99 post gradu, 257 graduate, 17 undergradue go provisional, and 126 tembr'ary leaching certificates durIhe month. [One hundred and twenty-nine the certificates were issued to fct-of-stale applicants who apKicd and qualified for the teachljp permits. \n increase in the number of hen applying tor certificates was noted, and English reported t ii4 male teachers received [ic certificates to teach. Only ao brmits were issued to male s during August of last ar, he added. Issued the teaching certificates toni Miami were 34 residents. They are: graduate certificates: Bnma %  Mit Sadie Butts. I .i flentcs: Miss Edith I Mrs. Itorothy. Quarterman, u inji Be i\ alia, M las i •atherine \\ nil:. in Moe, Mrs. Fteba L Miss Item Ice Dacks. lira. b i mi, Mrs, Mildred Bailey, L : iiHi-n Mulli ii, Mi-s EEvelj n Raye, c line Mplcer, Mrs. Barbara \ii-s Marjorle Plummer, Miss ilinmer, Miss Willie Mac Ivcy, l.ilu Fisher, .ln-,-|iii Kruiulis. \i Rubensteln, Mrs. Ester mil Miss Elisabeth Bartlett. I'mli graduate certificate: Mrs. Mary lidi.y. lonal graduate certificates: I,., ,\ H Mullock, Forrest Boone, Miss Mi ere, Robert Rust, Mrs. Button. I Temporal-) certificates: Miss Frances %  | i 'llnton Brettell Mrs. Betty i i. Francis McAtoon, MISH ArK.1II. rJcnisfiflcridttar? PAGE ELEVEN BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida State Exterminating Co. BEN NIREN SOS Meridian Ave. 5-0219 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that I ha undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARVEY'S FOOTWEAR, at 1415 Washington Ave.. -Miami Beach, Fhv, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Oourt of Dade County, Florida. L. FRlEDLER BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for L. Frlcdler, 3,',3X S W. 1st Ave., Miami. Florida. 9/5-12-19-26 10/3 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y Arrangements have been made for all University of Miami Hillel students to attend High Holy Days services at the Coral Gables Woman's club. Students who have not already done so are asked to leave their names at the university bookstore, main campus. Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the Hillel foundation at the university, announced this week. Hollywood counar c e r ty Dietz, 18, 1034 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, has entered the beauty contest sponsored by Dade county parks department, a feature of the Tequesta festival opening $6,000,000 Rickenbacker causeway and SI 1.000,000 Crandon park, Nov. 9-11 at Miami. Screen test and possible career go with the crown. University of Miami junior, brunette Gerry weighs 108 pounds, is 5 feet 3 inches tail. MR. and MRS. M. LEIBOVIT 310 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of UMiAR UI.'HKNCK BEAUTIFUL ;HOKH, Intend to register the said lainn with the Olerk of the Circuit "ourt of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY ROTH MAN RI'TH ROTHMAN IJURNETT ROTH, Attorney for Applicants. 8/89 9/5-12-19-26 PALM BEACH BRIEFS Mrs. S. Pearl, 729 Penn st., has returned from a vacation trip in the nnrth and California. Mrs. Nathan Schocoff and children. Lillian and Jack, have returned to this city, after having visited in Brooklyn. N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. Polonsky are moving to Miami, which they will make their permanent home. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Blicher have returned from the American Dental Association convention in Boston. They also toured the New England stales. Cantor I. Wallack. Charlotte, N.C. will officiate for the High Holy Days services at Temple Beth El. He will make his permanent home here. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI JUNIORS, at 8841) .V W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrult Court of Dade County, Florida. BEN HRLI'KIN, Solo Owner. %  /12-19-26 lu/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thu undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of URABLE VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURING CO., at 1062-64 %  f. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends lo register said name with the Clerk i the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MRS. FKITZIE LITTMAN. Sole owner. ', 12-19-26 10/3-10 University of Florida Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi. national college social fraternity, will hold a swim-dance in honor of new students Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Blackstone hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS MARKOWITZ Extend New Year Greetings to their entire Family and Friends HUM 1 II mull "III" limil II II 1 %  mil .... % % % %  Ill III jJhllilJIii.jiii.il!. Our full rrews plus our ample facilities make possible your assurance of a building for THIS season's income. IMIX'T IH-I..W! Bring your plans for Apt. Bldgs. or hotels lo R. R. Adler Adler Construction Co. 1634 Euclid Avenue Phone 5-4700 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I lie undeisign.il, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of i.ADY REN1ER LINGERIE OF MIAMI, at 4:, N. E. Hlh St., Miami, Fla., ntends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAYER E. REINER Sole Owner. %  '12-19-26 10/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in liuslness under the fictitious name of 'I & K SALES COMPANY (not inc.), 11 61K West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX GOLDSTEIN IRVINO KAISER HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for 'Applicants. '../U-19-26 10/3-10 IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES will be held at The Hebrew Academy 918 Sixth Street (comer Jefferson Ave.) Miami ISoacli During the Forthcoming Holidays ROSH HASHONO Sunday Evening. Sept. 14 Monday, Sept. 15 Tuesday, Sept. 16 YOM KIPPUR Tuesday Evening, Sept. 23 Wednesday, Sept. 24 The well-knew a Cantor, Reverend Twenty, will officiate Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, daily—7 p.m. to 10 p.m. every evening NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARSHALL HOTEL, at 251 N. W. First Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY LA DIN METER LADIN NATHAN K. SFECTOR S 15-22-29 9/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In liuslness under the fictitious mine o LITTLE RIVER REALTY CO. (not inc.), at 100 N. E. 79th Street. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the cierk of the Circuit Cou.t oi Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM P. C. FORGE. Sole owner. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant. 15-88-88 9/S-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 1 -he undersigned, desiring to engage In i nminim under the fictitious name of I'ARPET MART, at 1031 5th Street. 1 Miami Bench. Fla.. Intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALBERT KEEN AN. I Sole Owner. I -22-29 9/5-18-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In • uslness under the fictitious name of VANCY ANN FASHIONS, at 26a N \V 5th Street. Miami. Fla., Intend to regtrter said name with the Clerk of I the Circuit Court of Dade County, 1 rlda IRVING BIRNBERO LEONARD COLEMAN S/22-89 9/5-12-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name oi MENDELSOHN'S OCEAN VUJ^A RESTAURANT, at 1301 Collins Are.. Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD MENDELSOHNBAN NIK MENDELSOHN l/N J/.-U-19-W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that iho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of | HARRY DIET/. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Hill No. 1175, Chapter No. 10968, ISWII of Florida* 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of Ihe publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: FLORAL NOVELTY MANUFACTURING CO., under which we are engaged In business at number 715S N. W. 5th Court, Miami, Florida. That the parlies Interested In said business enterprise, are a-s follows: IRA H. SCHCLMAN HENRY 8CHNEIEB HAROLD TURK, Attorney fur Applicants. 8/29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIO.E IS HEREBY GIVEN tost the undersigned, desiring lo enlace in business under the Nctitlous name of SUN RAY MARKET, at 1169 West Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dale County, Florida. BENJAMIN AI'.RAMS REB.V AI'.RAMS I'ACIFIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY at ''ill' N Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla.. intend to register said name with the %  lerk nf the circuit Oiurt of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH I. SCHWARTZ JACK COHEN SAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicants. S/29 9/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALV1N BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY, at 26th Avenue and All Baba Street, opa-locka, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE CORENBLUM TILDEN CORENBLUM SADIE CJORENBLUM Partners. SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ & LASKY, Attorneys for Applicants. 8 15-22-88 9/5-12 Attorney for Applicants, Congress Building. 8/16-28-28 8/6 18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALLIM-ART COMPANY (not Inc.). at 324" N. W. 27th Avenue, Room 385, Aviation Building, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the %  'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD KNOBEL, Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 8/16-28-88 9/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HILL & FRANKS SUNDRY & LUNCHEONETTE, at 2835 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CJounty, Florida. I. ROBERT BERGENS, Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 8/1S-88-88 9/5-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BUSINESS A N D PROFESSIONAL CREDIT SERVICE, at 130 Calabria Avenue, Coral Cables, Fla., intends to register said name with the ("lerk of the Circuit Oourt of Dade County. Florida. MAURICE ROSENBLOOM. Sole Owner. S/15-22-29 9/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that i lie uiulci signed, desiring to engage In liuslness under the fictitious name of •MILDSMITH INSURANCE AGENCY, at 823 Seybold Building, Miami, Fla., "iteuds lo register said name with the ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade i ounty. Florida. (ICY L. OOLDSMITH. Sole Owner. .-i.i ;, :,_i2 NO. ICUNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bosiness under the fictitious name of JUCB RICH CO. (not Incorporated). .it r48 N. W. I8nd St., Miami, Fla.. intend.*, to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN WASMAN & SIX.VER, Attorneys for Applicant. S'29 9/5-12-19-26 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 111360 NOTICE TO APPEAR WILLIAM PAUL GEORGE, Plaintiff, vs. SHIRLEY HATFIELD GEORGE, Defendant. TO: SHIRLEY HATFIELD GEORGE, Lobata, West Virginia. You are hereby notified and required to appear to the BUI of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before September 25, 1947, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order to be published once a week 'or not less than four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 25th day of August, 1(47. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1028 Seybold Bklg Miami. Florida,, i/W •/••IMI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 111262 THELMA KRIKIN H1RSHTEIN. Plaintiff, vs. OSCAR B. BIRSHTEIN, Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: OSCAR B. BIRSHTEIN, 717 Boush Siie.t, Norfolk, Virginia. Defendant in the ahove-styled suit. YOU ARE HEREBY required to be and appear before Ihe Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before September 19th, 1947, to a Bill of Complaint for Divorce brought against you by TI I ELM A KRIKIN BIRSHTEIN, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED this 21th day of August, 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, As Clerk of the Above-Styled Court, llv WM. W. STCHKINCi. Deputy Clerk. JAMES HENRY W1LLOCK, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1308 Clongress Building, Miami, Florida. %  1/22-29 9/5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19768 In Re: Estate of MURRAY MASSEL, deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each Of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have acainst Ibe estate of' MURRAY MASSED, deceased, late of Daile Clounty, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Hlanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file same in his office In the County Oourt'louse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal iddress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as nforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated August 26. AD 1947. MAE MASSED. As Administratrix of the Estate of Murray Maaael, deceased. WASMAN & SILVER, Attornevs for Administratrix. 1/29 9/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 111391 NOTICE TO APPEAR BERTHA FILSMN. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM M. FILSON. Defendant. TO: WILLIAM M. FILSON, Defendant. YOU ARE ORDERED to file your Appearance to the Bill for Divorce filed against you, on the 89th da) %  ( September, 1947; otherwise said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. I>ated this 27th day of August. 1947. (Circuit Court Seal) E. R LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. By WM. W. STuCK INC. Deputy Clerk. WALTER C. KOVNER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. 8/89 9/5-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE CJOUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PRORATE. No. 1!I6I In Re: ESTATE OF MAX RICHMAX, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Again t Said Eetate: T ou, and each of y u are hereby notified and required to present anv claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MAN RICHMAN, deceased, Vr t9 r .. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. K Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In Ins orrice In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firat publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be swoi i to and presented as afcrnald, oi *M SJST" 1 -* S e Sect,on 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated August 16, A. D. 1947. A C L,i r'T A R EALKENHE1M, As Administratrix of the Estate of sAM M ulL R S l, 5 A k.r?' c MV^m f eT^^iing" ,ra,rlX i ;. %  i %  i



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t%  %  %  I I jfvitfnrfXfcni FRIDAY, SEPT EMRFP llnngreg Rabbi Simon April will resp >nd. Engagement Announced Of 2 U. of M. Students Announcement I ment of two L*n students, Miss Selr S mon and Franklin S being made th Miss S of Mr. and M of Bait Md km is the son I M M. Kankm. 17: 1 M Miami Beach. The at the university, w pledged to Delta Phi 1 rority. Mr. Nank the •-::• '• Alpha Epsil r. P. is a Navy v for tw Rosh Hashonah Statement by President Truman mieuivr.TO\*'" mfS cere / %  good I • %  %  Personally Speakiti Miss Malvina Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs l u, Miami Beach, will leave next week for New York to JS her studies at Columbia university, where she is workba master's degree. Son Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal, Savannah, Ga., who is V isiti„ i I parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, 1845 S.W. Ninth „ 7 the High Holy Days, will be entertained by friends of her Hi at a luncheon Thursday. Mrs. Blumenthal is the former F*u April. # # T Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus dr., Miami Beach vacationing in New York City. "•' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden, 4410 Nautilus dr., Miami Beort I have returned from a vacation in Canada and the NewEnqLi slates. ~ Mrs. Max Orovitz, 2115 N. Meridian ave., Miami Beach a Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, 140 N. Hibiscus dr.. Hibiscus island, Mm! Beach, have returned from a ten-day shopping trip m New V City. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Taran, 6520 Allison rd., Allison hk Miami Beach, have returned from a two-month vacation 1 Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin. 1344 S.W. 17th tar., haveasilu, guests Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davis and children, Steven and fat of New York. Mr. Davis is Mrs. Kotkin's brother. Mr. and Mrs Charles Adelman. Daughter, Harriet, and Son, Henry Ted Wish All Their -ids and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Wish All Their Fi iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry August and Children 720 S.W. Twenty-Eighth Road W .Friends A HAPPY NEW Yl B Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown All 1 %  %  H VPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer and son, Philip Ml Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. David Adlerblum and Family Wish All Their F ii nds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babud and Family W Friends and B A HAPPY NEW YI Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family %  ; %  : • '. V NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi and Family Wish All Their ind Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander and Sondra Wish All Their F ..-nds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Balber and Daughter W Frii n Is in IE A HAPPY NEW YE Morris and Anne Alpert and Family Wish All Their F iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family Wis A F: :•. nds A HAPPY NEW Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear and Family Wish Al Friends ind B A HAPPY NEW YE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beck and Daughters w A Friends I A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Wish All Their F: lends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and Son Wisl Friei A HAPPY NEW Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronslein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. William H. Eernstein and Family 4565 N. Bay Road Wisl Friends and B A HAPPY NEW YE Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson and Family Wish All Tl Frii nds and F A HAPPY NEW YE Mr. and Mrs. G. August 1375 S. W. Sixth Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Children 1585 S.W Eighteenth Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis August and Children 519 S.W. Twenty-Fifth Road Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block and Family 2164 S. W. 16th Terrace Wish All T Friends A HAPPY NEW Mr. and Mrs. William Clein A F A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen 2220 S.W. Nineteenth Terrace W i A :. I I NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen W I i NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel W F YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cornblum and daughter. Maxine Wish All Th( Friend" NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond and Family • %  s %  % %  • Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson and Family r %  NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich %  All "'PPV NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dubler HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg. Geralyn and Jan Harvey Wish All Their Fi ii n i and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. "rliijg and son. Mark Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HA PPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert FeUu" and Children Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit and Family W sh All Their and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Lillian Fisher and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives %  HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleeman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliegler and Daughter Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer and Son, Henry Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Daughter. Charlotte Wish All Th r Friends and T A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenslein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson and Fanvly "' %  nds and Relatives 'PPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronslon and Family Wish All Tl Friends and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs Abe Eisenberg Wish All T-ieir r nds and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Loon Elkin and Family Wish All T 1 %  Is and !• latives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland and Daughter Wish All Their t I ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Louis Gadon Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Yetta Geier and Daughtol Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. GMKB| and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gttwg and son, Irring Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillnm and sons, Marvin, Jeifry and Barry Wish Ai: Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glw and Daughters Wish All ThenFriends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW_YEAR_. Mrs. Margaret C. Cluck Wishes All Her Friends Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. George GoldW W.sh All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isadort. GdH Wish All Their Friends and Relatn A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr.TndMrs.S.H.Gol^ and son. Marnn Wish All Their Friends and Relays A_HAPPY NEW YEAt Mr. "and Mr.. Charles Go** Wish All Their Friends and RdaW A HAPP Y_NEWJ££., Mr. and MrsD-T" **1 and Familr Wish All Their Friends and RelaWj _AJLAPPYJ^EW3Ah Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel GoW^ and Family A HAPPY NEW VIM



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)A Y, SEPTEMBER 12. 1947 Forum Speakers Agree Solution Jewish DP Problem Is Palestine • 'JewisliJhrHton PAGE THIRTEEN hundred members and fcts of Sholem lodge, B'nai Eh. heard a panel of four hers virtually agree that Pal„,. appeared to be the only (lm n to the Jewish displaced i,, ns problem in Europe at a t,i H;ill discussion held this trticipiints in the lodge Town forum were Mrs. Max Dobflhin y Snnonhoff, Abe Aronoan d Henning Heldt. hiaudience applauded Simonf s niDinmendation that the „,. ,,f Nations' mandate be Jived and the recent United Ions findings for a Jewish onal homeland in Palestine be %  l I "Ut. Irs. Dobiin traced the reports 5


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• 1 er of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Mr. Kroll is the son I Mrs. {Catherine Berger, 7900 Collins ave., Miami Beach. Sunday Nuptials Unite Harry Brookeslones Wedding ceremony of Miss Evelyn Rodan and Many Brookestone was performed by Rabbi Irving H. Lehrman at the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, on Sept. 7th. The bi li the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Rodan, 1030 W. 47th St., Miami Beach. M'". Brookestone is the son of Mrs Fanny Brookestone, Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Renee Goldberg. Long Island, was maid of honor, and Lawrence Rodan. brother of the bride, was best man. Now honeymooning in the north, the couple will make their home on Miami Beach. Pictured above is Rabbi Albert Michels. rabbi of the Hillel foundation at the University of Miami. Rabbi Michels will conduct High Holy Days services at the Coral Gables Woman's club. The services are under the auspices of the Coral Gables Jewish center. MRS. HERMAN WEDS Marriage ceremony of Mrs. Fannie Herman, 849 Douglas rd., and Isaac Lukin. of New York, took plaec Wednesday at Congregation Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The couple will make their home in Miami. Beverly Cohen Wed In New York Wedding eerem !" Beverly Coh. n Tajl/' < S.W. 2lst street ifti Schwartz Waterb^rJS Place Sunday, Aug.^ Impenal Manor m I r 5 The br.de j. a *M Miami Senior H, gh 2?< husband attended New vl 1 vers.ty and is now a 1 k Oklahoma A. k M *S The couple is now \, m ing at the National ffiS Beach, and w,ll m akcl £* in Stillwate,. """N Among those who atte^. wedding I,,,,,, this area w, and Mrs. Louise Cans v, Mrs. Phillip Rothschild \l Dr. and Mrs. M Schar.J Beach Mrs. R ost R daughter Rene, and Mr. xJ Samuel De.teh. all of HoSJj Miss Goldfield, Fiancel Plan November Rites Engagement of Miss Tw Goldfield t„ A. Horace BuZ has been announced by he, renta, Mr. and Mrs. IfaJ Goldfield. 2001 S. W. 17thalJ Burnstein is the son of Mr a Mrs. Williani Burnstein. B. lyn, N.Y. A graduate of Miami iM High school. Miss GoldMj tended the University of ](a where she was a member o!*. Alpha Pi social sorority. | Burnstein attended New ], university and served xj Army for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravitz and Daught r v; sh All Th. ir nds and Ri itives HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard and Family Wish All Th nd Ri' itives .' HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman and Family Wish All Their nds and R. itives HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin 410 Forty-Fifth Street v -h All Their Friei Is and K latives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family 1672 Jefferson Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevaa and daughter, Linda Debra Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mrs. Philio Romer and Family Wish All Their i nds and R< A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose and Family Wish All Their nds and Ri ,lives .' %  HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose and Familv Wish All Th. ir nds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten and Familv Wish All Th. ir nds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. ard Mrs. Norman A. Rossman and children Norman. Jr. and Sally Wish All Th. ir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Th Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Flhel Rothlein and Family Wish All Th. ir y Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mri. M. S. Rubin 2420 Flamingo Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY ww VKAR Mr. Irving Saal Wishes All His nd Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Family Wish All 'l i ir Friei nd R .lives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Fi ends and R lativi A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel Wish All T leii Frien Is and I: Latives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg and Family W sh All T F: i n Is an II A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schrager and Family Wish All Their Friei A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Family Wish All Their %  Is and 1 • _A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family Wash All Their Frien is and R> lal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Seiderman 518 Euclid Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff and Family W sh All Their Friends and Relatives _A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro and Family 21 Ocean Drive W sh All Thi Friends and Relath A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan and Family 1622 Michigan Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and Family w sh All Thi Friendand Relal A HAP PY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman and Patricia and Fredrick Wish All Their Friends and I A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughters Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Stepner. Barbara Allen and Stephen Avery Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold Irwin Stone Wish All Then Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin and daughter, Marilyn Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Simonhoff m Wishes All His Friends and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives _A HAPPY NEW YEAR "fiL^Sff Mrs D S'nqer 1726 S.W. Tenth Street Wash All Their Friend* and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. W D. (Bill) Sing,, and Family Wish All Their Friend* and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr and Mrs. Milton Sirkin Friends and Relattvi A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin and son. Wayne S22 Michigan Avenue Wish All Their 1''ids and Relatives A II VPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobin and Family 550 Michigan Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mrs. George P. Werbtl Wish All fteir I lends and Relatives __ A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl WeinkU and Family Wish All Their f ; icnds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weiaa and Son Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. J. We* 1448 Biarrili Drive Normandy Isle W h All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAS Mr. and Mrs. Paul WeiUM W i All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Willin and Family W h All Their Friendand Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wrorf and Family W i All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY JEWJEM Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wo* and son, Raymond Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAJ, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wud* and Familr W-h All Their Friendand Relative A HAPPY NEW YEA8, Mr. and Mrs. Joe l& and FamilT Wish All Their Friends and Rela^* A HAPPY NEWYW Mr.-and Mrs. LouU '' Wish All Their Friend.and HeW" A HAPPY NEW VX^ Mr: and Mr.. Lou V* and Farni'T Wish All Their Friends and ReW£* A HAPPY NEWJ3£ Mr. and Mrs. Ham %  J and son. Ig** w ; sh A !t' SS U Friend* and R < y $ A HAPPY NEJ*> TheZi..nF.njT Wsh AH The_ Friend, and J*Ztl A HAPPY NIW %  j



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SBBBBBBB iy, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jew 1st ftcridttan PAGE FIFTEEN >.' M Symphony 11 Feature 8 Lical Artiste %  entii'th anniversary of the [i„H of the University of li Symphony orchestra by I lU Dr. Arnold Volpe will larked this sea.-on with an Ision program which will eight pairs of subscnpfconcerts, ., fcerts will bc held at the L senior High school audi,,. %  Sunday afternoons at n( | repeat performances *,' held on Monday evenings In I)r Modeste Alloo is con|r. and Dr. Joel Belov, is late conductor. s Marie Volpe, manager of fchestraj has announced the irine program: ., ; ii„mar Novaes, pianist. I Rugglero Rlocl, violinist. u'i'-," li. l,n Traubel, soprano. Orenor I'l.iiK'iisky. 'cell15.11 Wltold MnU-uiynakl. rh 7.8 Y.-lnull M.-nuhln. vlollnL 1.-. Muriel Kerr, ptanlat | 24 26 Alexander hlunls, bass. liner. Beach Realtor In New York City :,.] Berliner, Miami Beach ,,: died last week in Harktavillion in New York City i age of 51. Funeral services held in Paterson, N.J. in in England, Mr. Berliner Id to Paterson in 1920 and • Miami Beach in 1943. jas a Mason and a member |e Miami Beach Real Estate He was a generous con|t..to the Jewish Federalof Charities. Tviving are his wife, Rose, lighter, Mrs. Leila Bogart, BII adopted son, Ronald, and Is and brothers in Paterson. (Tilliam Kappell. young erican pianist, who played lhe University of Miami nphony orchestra last seasailed on the Queen Mary week for his first EuropeIconccrt tour. He will appear %  London, Copenhagen, AarBudapest, Vienna, Oslo, Ks, Rome, Milan, Stockholm. kssels and Leiden. OrWn Weep your -3S5; f COHtttOl a 3-4848 phone J* 1901 OSlPllTl riST CON1ROL IBEER IN KEGS DELIVERED ICE COLD ALL EQUIPMENT FURNISHED < all 2-7283 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 3 4 S. W. 8th Ave. Don't Moan ... By DR. Z. I. SABSHIN Miami Beach Here, now, Israel— Though dark is your sky, Behold 'Rosh Hashonali With no tear in your eye. Awake with your prayer— Put a cheer in your book. Go on, as with a struggle, Pray for your homeland's nook. Your history is longAll rich of tears. Now, justly get armsForget all fears. Thy folk in Europe— Have no place to go. They still are tortured— Ah, shorten their woe! Here, on land and sea— Your peoples are brave. Toward Zion—a homeland— For them now you pave. Pound your prayer— Of your New Year more, Messiah surely is coming— Don't moan, as before. No regular meeting of the Beth David sisterhood will be held during the High Holy Days, but members are asked to meet at the Talmud Torah Saturday. Sept. 27th in the evening to help decorate for Succoth. 'p&UMpM-l *S* \0V JP* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Sholem Lodge To Hear Representative's Aid Grant Stockdale, aid to Representative George Smathers, will address the members of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith today at the Downtown club at noon. He will tell of his experiences in the nation's capital as assistant to Smathers. Burnett Roth, luncheon chairman, will introduce the speaker, and President Sam Silver will preside. Miami chapter of the Women Flyers of America will hold its regular meeting Sunday, Sept. 14th, at 1 p.m. at the Miami Flying service, Tamiami airport. Membership in the organization is open to any woman interested in aeronautics. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR U DRIVE MOTORS INC. 861 West Flagler Miami Florida ALL NEW CARS FOR SALE and U D R I V E Phone 3-8263 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. HARRYI.MAGID MIAMI BEACH Getter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-&S6S "Trustworthy Service" We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 rvi.E. 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 48.3442 Mr. Adolph Chiel and Mr. Hyman Zaidman Owners of the IMIM-: KOSHER Meat and Poultry Market 159 N.W. Fifth Street—Phone 3-1430 WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS AND PATRONS A lonrmi nron nstsi niufr III OH HOLY DAYS SERVICES SPONSORED BY Coral Gables Jewish Center RABBI ALBERT MICHELS CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK Limited Number of Seats Available at $12.50 SERVICES HELD AT THE WOMEN'S CLUB A UDITORIUM 1009 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard (Adjoining Coral Gables Public Library) Tickets on Sale During the Day and Evening 7 p.m.—9 p.m. 2613 Ponce de Leon Boulevard TELEPHONE—48-1061 Irving Gerstenfeld—Mrs. S. Lieberman HAPPY NEW YEAR DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES. Inc. MIAMI, FLORIDA Office and Plant: 10804 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 78-2422 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN HUM** Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 A HAPPY NEW YEAR £ "ft" Your Host j WELCOMES YOU J TO THE 4^., NATIONAL Hotel MIAMI" tC^^sT. DINING ROOM : KIAIl lOUWf PRIVME MKH. iW(MMINC m ACCOUNTANCY REGISTRATION NOW OPEN EVENING CLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 29. 1947 The Thorough. Concentrated College Level PACE COURSE In Accountancy and Business Administration PENINSULAR INSTITUTE PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 3-1570 THE HEBREW ACADEMY Miami Beach A modern, progressive, co-educational all-day school presenting an integral program of Exemplary American Education and Progressive Hebrew Instruction. Heaistration Still Open ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — CLASSES IB THROUGH 5B Higher Classes To Be Added Next Year KINDERGARTEN CLASSES MUSIC AND Ages 4 to 5'/ 2 Years THE ARTS School Opens September 8. 1917 Transportation Provided — Hot Luncheons Served Address—918 SIXTH STREET corner Jeflerson Avenue PHONE 5-4361 PAN AMERICAN PRINTING COBIP. 34 N. W. Third St. Phone 3-0394 S. WYATT SEWELL Extends Best Wishes for the New Year to their many Jewish Friends and Customers WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS HIMIMII STEEL PKOIHTCTS 4100 N.W. Thirty-Seventh Court Miami, Florida '.. I i. .1 I'



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mS %  r '" t PAGE SIXTEEN •>Jeistfkridiari !" DAY. SEPTEMBtR LIVES OF OUR TIMES sinnEY HILUHAQ §H JULY, 19*6, UPON T DEATH Of M OF AMERICA'S FORIMOST LABOR LfAKRS. PRESIDENT TRUMAN DECLARED:*THf CAUSE Of DEMOCRACY IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE WORLD HAS LOST OWE Of ITS MOST EFFECTIVE AND DEVOTED EXPONENTS' iW 0RN IN LITHUANIA IN 18*7 SIDNEY WAS TO BECOME A RABBI. BUT fATE INTERVENED.T BOYS IDEALISM TOOK ROOT IN THE STRUGGLE Of THE PEOPLE AGAINST THE r.ESPOTlC CZAR. IN 1905. DURING AN ARDENT POLITICAL RAUV, A. SIDNEY WAS ARRESTED^ ). AFTER SIX MONTHS IN PRISON,' UNDER "NERAL AMNESTY.H.00 A WEEK) HIllMAN TREASURED NISNEWfOUNC fREEDOM.WHEN POOR WORKINt CONDITIONS IN THE 6ARMENT INDUSTRY RESULTED IN A STRIKE BY FIVE GIRLS IN 1910 THEY WERE OUKKLY JOWEO BY (000 UAPIOWIS.INCIUWNG M41LMAN MTWI TUMI NWS ,000 MORE MUiK !Tn HUMAN HU IUCTEP SPOKESMAN f W 0Wu STTUf THE STRIKE OUKKLY. HILLMATS TWj m NOW ONLY %  TNE CAUSE Of lASOfl AMD I |HJ|2 pitsNxjfT m m mumm mm pjS HE WAS MARRIED IN 191b TO BESSIE ABRAMOWITZ.ONE Of THE FIVE ORIGINAL STRIKERS. IN 1933 HILLMAN WAS APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE LABOR ADVISORY BOARD OF NRA. FOUR YEARS LATER,HE ARRANGED A UNION CONTRACT fOR 9S% Of THE MEN'S GARMENT INDUSTRY INCLUDING A THIRTY MILLION DOLLAR WAGE < INCREASE AND THE GUARANTEE Of AN "IMPARTIAL CHAIRMAN IN CASE OF DISPUTES. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT APPOINTEO HILLMAN TO THE NATIONAL DEFENSE COMMISSION IN 19*0. AND LATER PROMOTED HIM TO THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTORSHIP Of THE OPFKE Of PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT. WITH HIS DESIGNATION IN 1943 AS CHAIRMAN Of CIO-PAC, HIllMAN REGAN THE MOST SPECTACULAR PORTION OF HIS CAREER. ROOSMIVS RE-ELECTION THE FOUOWWG TEAR WAS SAID TO BE DUE LARGELY TO NIllMAN'S ORGANIZATION. AT THE A6E OF 59. HE WAS SUDOENIY STRICKEN WITH A HEART ATTACK BR0U6HT ON BY OVERWORK IN THE CAUSE Of THE FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY K( CHERISHED. 4*Su W< zm >'H s tunmiiT >MT %  irmiM mwuPN'c t U. of M. To Teach Human Relations v. :. Benjamin E. Bionston, realtor and presithe South Florida chapter ran Council for Ju.-. i d a chair of human at the University of Mi. i ly this year, it was the its kind in any competiollege or university in the 1 States. A one thousand dollar grant been donated to the project by Max Orovitz, Miami Beach and past president of the G eater Miami Jewish Fedand will be used to purks, films, and other ma: >T the course. I sen to fill the chair by the university is Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, who was picked from among 1 I andidates, He will bear the title of professor of human A native of Chicago, Dr. Lovejoy was graduated from the University of Florida and ali received his master's degree there. He earned his doctorate the University of North Carolina. He formerly taught at the University ol N C rolina, Furman ill ty, and Lynchburg collegi F. m 1942 until 1945 he %  an officer in the communications division of the Navy. Thus far. D; I. y hi set up a i %  .. patterns in human relations Lati p Id others in American minority peoples and action programs, Dr. Lovejoy Lists s ime of his aims as me of the ignorance that exists regarding certain faiths and races, and that is why the course will be started with the approach; presentation of the facts; continuation of inter-cull workshops to educate the ti ers, who in turn can disi truth and dispel ign nan; ceptions of faiths and races; and 'he in nti riled eontacts. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Everglades Laundry, INC. 2120 N. W. First Ave. MIAMI GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hive your roof repaired now; you will eave on a new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 9. w 22nd Avenue I'HONE 4-Sa80 MR. and MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND and FAMILY Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Life insurance Eetatea Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Biacayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Your Complete) Department Store With Quality Merchandise, Washington Av. at 13th 8t_ Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flac>r St, Miami Get Off the It* ,i(4ii Track TWO BLOCKS from N. W. 27th Ave., at the Corner of N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St„ YOU'LL FIND MUSA ISLE HOME OF THE SEMINOLE INDIANS IF IT RAINS YOU WONT GET WET — ALLIGATOR WRESTLING PIT UNDER COVER EXHIBITION EVERY HOUR. EVERY DAY Drive Out or Take Yacht Seminole Queen Pier 6. or City Bus 35 CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH extends Best Wishes for the New Year to the entire Jewish Community NEW YEAR GREETINGS WELLS Leisure Apparel for Him & Her 5-7178 JOE LINN — Lincoln at Collins EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS BAKER'S STORE EXTENDS GREETINGS A MIAMI INSTITUTION We Invite Your Charge Account 137-43 N Miami Avenue Phone 3-2350 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MAYFAIR SHOP Women's Apparel 1133 Washington AT*. 581212 BAB'S Women's Apparel 2005 Collins An. — Vanderbilt Hotel HAPPY NEW YEAR H> II & It KOSHER MARKET 804 S. W. 22nd Avenue Hob" Pierce Uarnvy #'*! / TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION SEASON'S GREETINGS LB. & Realty Service 1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754



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IY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewist fhrtdian PAGE SEVENTEEN Asks Support ring New Year /}„ JACOB SHER m t. Greater Miami Jewish Federation Greater Miami Jewish totton bf the tunity. h-oud. fcntral truly reprcsentaJcwish people of this Organized a scant 10 years ago as purely a fundraising agency, our Federation, through zealous [efforts of an [ever widening leader ship of : men and women, has taken its [ place as the one lutstanding or! g a n i z a tion of which all of us Now functioning as planning agency for activity (welfare, social, nunal) in which we are in|cd ( the Federation is the at order to which we all subscribe and wholeheartIsupport. Varied interests of lewish population are well Used by the numerous synailiters, clubs, and socieIbut Federation holds claim lei right thinking Jew""and pong rallying point for ever this community who is ious of the welfare of his Jew, here or abroad. %  is my sincere wish that each pu enjoys a Happy New Year of good health. As sident, may I remind you will really help Sweden Jews Contribute To European Refugees STOCKHOLM — (JTA) — The Jewish community of Sweden made public this week a report which shows that although there are only 10,000 Jews in the country, they have contributed $1,100,000 to the support of Jewish victims of Nazism in Sweden since 1933. The report disclosed that the Swedish government during the same period all $400,000 to Swedish Jewry for aid to Jewish refugees in the country. continue to dev I r time and money, in in ;m ,unls, whenI call upon you from time to time. The demands for overseas relief will und lubti dlj again be heavy this year. It will be necessary to continue the ( nergency and heroic efforts of the last two campaigns, to alleviate the suffering and to rehabilitate the Jews of Europe. We in Miami also recognize cheerfully the demands of the many fine local institutions which are expanding in our wonderful and rapidly growing community. Federation supports 52 agencies, overseas, national and local—! hope you will stand by. IJJ Dr. Samuel C. Kohs, authority on psychological testing and prominent statistical scientist, whose "imaginative, indefatigable, and inspiring direction of the day-to-day work" of the Bureau of War Records, National Jewish Welfare Board, is warmly acknowledged in "American Jews in World War II: The Story of 550,000 Fightwas recently hailed as a man ers for Freedom." Dr. Kohs to whom the Jewish community of America is indebted for his performance of the "highly essential task of assembling the great mass of war records" depicting the role of American Jewry in World War II. Dr. Kohs is now serving as field secretary of the Western Slates section—JWB. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Wont You iiav-a-Tampa Cigar? "They're DifferentEli Will Cigar and I obacco Company 73 N.W. Eighth Street Phone 2-8185 i 1 '? yj RABBI and MRS. LVIGDOR GOLDEN and FAMILY ^nd Their Best Wishes for a IAPPY. HEALTHY AND 10SPEROUS NEW YEAR K> the Jewish Community ff Miami and Miami Beach particular, and to the louse of Israel generally. IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. JOE SHERMAN 2186 N.W. Seventh Avenue BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR David R. Rifas—Hyland Rifas Miami Title and Abstract Company 22 Years of Title Service In Dade County i}J 1 t 1 i 1 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 • %  Rabbi and Mrs. [Saul B. Applebaum JT WISHES TO ALL THEIR MIAMI FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. EDWARD ROTH and FAMILY OUR MANY FRIENDS EXTEND BEST WISHES A HAPPY AND >SI'KROUS NEW YEAR lark R. Parker Distributor "TOMS TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and reanut Butter Sandwiches GREETINGS !! Ollic Page Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service—"With a Smile" 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR It Has Been a Pleasure to Serve You North Reach Home Patrol 6190 Pine Tree Drive Phone 6-1911 HAPPY NEW YEAR A. M. HEAR & SONS 3841 N.E. Second Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR "See Our Outdoor Display" Sellick Stone Studio Everything In Cast Stone and Plaster Including Garden Furniture 765 N.W. 20th Street Phone 3-2784 J. H. SELLICK, Owner BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WOLPERT fUlwft^^ 1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS" DIXIE Time? 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 progressStop 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 SEIBERLING TIRES and TUBES WILLARD BATTERIES See DIXMF TIRE C ^^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH M> fit 943 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road 1 1 .1 I 1 I Electrical Appliances for the home



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r %  PAGE EIGHTEEN Hollywood Group Plans Activities First meeting of the ladies auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community center for the 1947-48 | season was held at the Center, Tuesday. Sept. 2nd. Plans for a Bazaar to be held i by the group in January were I formed. Mrs. Isadora Orgel. chairi man of the fund-raising commit-j tee, is in charge. Assisting her are the Mesdames Martin Wohl. Jack Dresnick, Sylvia Fincke. Jacob Gold. Louis Kravitz, Joseph I Iiaum, Michael Lubilin, Louis Manzar, Phillip La vine, Fred Gilder. Fred Mannheim. Ted J. Sorin. Max Kaufman. Dena Alderman. Edgar Galvin. William Flacks. Harry Joslyn. Jack Reiss, [sadore Kolinsky. Nathan Nimitz, and Louis Golden, the group president. Mrs. Fred Mannheim, chairman of the house committee, reported on plans being made for monthly parties to be held at the Center. Each month is to depict a particular nationality. First of these Will be held Nov. 27th and will be dedicated to the Hungarian natii inality. Fust affair of the year will be a kitchen shower to be held early in October. Contributions of those attending will be used to I purchase uniform supplies for the Center kitchen. In charge of this program are the Mesdames Leona r, Louis Kravitz, Fred Gilder. Joseph Schecter, and Arthur Simons. Rabbi Dar.iel L. Davis, for the past twenty years rabbi of the Reform congregation in Lancaiter. Pa., has been appointed director of the New York Federation of Reform Synagogues, it was announced by Col. Frederick F. Greenman, president of the New York affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Rabbi Davis, a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, will head a federation comprising thirty-six R.-form congregations in the New York metropolitan area. Kronish Elected Vice President Of Alumni Group Rabbi Leon Kronish, T< Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, elected southern vice presidi the alumni : '' %  lish Institul • %  f A annual m %  the group June at I l n "' n '' %  ''" lege, N. •'• V >rk City. R a l K • ':. also attended the 58th convention of the C< nRal Montreal, i anada, which wa tended by almost 500 rabbis all over the United States nd ter-mai i iage, ci turgy wi i i 'ed. While in th, Rabbi K nish atti nd Si is Education I by the Hebrew Ur. n i liege, and as an fl it< from M mi Beach to 1 n\ the Zionist On nization of Ami ^ggA^ S EPTEMBER TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2-5960 DIXON COSTUME SHOP 724 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-5333 A HAPPY NEW YEAR FUTURA FURNITURE AND DECORATING CO. 1502 Alton Road Phone 58-1961 RABBI and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere wishes for A HAPPY AND PHOSPEROUS NEW YEAR SAM SE1TLIN LOUIS SElTLtN ESTHER R. GROSSRERG BLANCHE YOLLl FANNIE LEVITT of SEITLIN & COMPANY Insiiium i406 Congress Building Phone 9-3836 I 1 EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Sayer and Daughters Extend best wishes to all their friends lor a Happy New Year A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL • Hpupliolsli'ring • S iii (mrr • '.: r i: 111 %  r I. %  • Kri rntli. • ('ornii-PN GUARANTEED WORK FOR FREE ESTIMATE rffav 33089 ^ S W. 1 7(lt COURT A HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVID R. BAIN On Biscayne REALTOR 7232 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-1140 COOL OFF—SPEND THE HOLIDAYS IN THE MOUNTADB DUNCRAGGAN l\\ Hcndersonvillc, N. C. Reasonable Rates—Excellent Food—Private Swimming Pool OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER A HAPPY NEW YEAR UPHOLSTERY CLEANING — FURNITURE ACE RUG CLEANERS CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes Rugs Cleaned, Dyed & Demothed — Carpet Laying & Repairing 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 Miami 36, Fk HAPPY NEW YEAR Ideal I pholstertng Shoppcs 1167 S. W. 6th Street PHONE 2-0332 GREETINGS MAY WE ALL BE BLESSED WITH HEALTH, STRENGTH AND HEARTS OF KINDNESS TO AID THOSE IN NEED Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO AND FAMILY L'SHONO TOVA V QTUami S££LcK,%>d£La r^Tides 1 ON OCEAN DRIVE AT 12TH AND I 1TH STREET* THE SKYSCRAPER MOTEL ON THE OCEAN* 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. MORRIS NEWMARK MR. and MRS. WILLIAM KESSELMAN MR. and MRS. S. H. GRUNDWERG and FAMILY II A II O L D' § INC. Hairdressers EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR PATR0.VS 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH E. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDEROALE MAY THE BLESSINGS OF PEACE AND HEALTH LEAD THE WAY FOR A NEW YEAR FILLED WITH JOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL JEWRY AND TO ALL MANKIND rru. and nui. Formerly of the Tides Hotel MIAMI BEACH and their childrenMr. and Mrs. Martin Lazar Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bear Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Fox



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?A^SEPTEMBER 12. 1947 Jenisfi Flrr/dHnn [ach To Be Site Cancer Meeting florida's great strides forward tie last 18 months in fighting feer have attracted to the state of the most important cancer ferences of the year, •he conference will bring to ,,„, Beach on October 12, 13, and 15 wore than 300 leaders |h. rancor fight from 12 south|crn and southwestern states, S H. B. Ritchie, regional comndci of the American Cancer £ty>s field army, said this E. lianii Beach was selected over %  tations from more than a re of cities, Mrs. Ritchie defed, because Dade County had liked the move that swept [ida in a year and a half to a Lt among the nation's leaders fth, effort to bring cancer uncontrol. The delegates will be able to at first hand," she said, "the Insive planning and organizathat made possible Florida's bendous advances. fLess than two years ago, the |tc was one of the most backrd in cancer control. Today, ne of the things that it is doare a model for the rest of • United States, and others alfcdy have been copied and apted by other states." he four-day session will be jjd by the delegates to map deJed plans on which the cancer it in all 12 states will be based I tlie next 12 months. The delegates, both lay and 5i,.-.-. >nal. will be drawn from Has, Oklahoma, Virginia, the rolinas, Kentucky, Mississippi. Ilisiana, Alabama, Tennessee, %  orgia, and from every county Florida. Complete plans for the conferee will be announced within UMSCOP Report Please* Ag€ k ney JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Welcoming the report of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, although expressing the hope that certain of its recommendations would be modified by the general assembly, Mrs. Goldie Meirson, political chief of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, has urged that the interim period preceding independence for the Jewish state be as short as possible. Mrs. Meirson appealed to both the United Nations and the Arab states to co-operate in securing a shorter transition period. She reiterated the desire of the Jews to maintain friendly relations with the Arab nations, and asked the Palestine Arabs to co-operate now in initiating "good neighborly" relations so that when the two states are established, a friendly treaty can be concluded without delay. two weeks, Mrs. Ritchie said, but the nationally prominent speakers already scheduled include Dr. Charles Cameron of New York, medical and scientific director of the American Cancer society; Dr. Alton Ochsner of New Orleans' Ochsner clinic; and Mrs. H. V. Milligan of New York, national commander of the Society's field army of 500,000 volunteer workers. Hosts of the conference for Florida will be Dr. John N. Moore, of Ocala, chairman of the State Executive committee, and Mrs. Malcolm Smith of Tampa, executive director of the Florida division; and for Dade county, Dr. Alfred Levin, chairman of the County Executive committee, and Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Field army county commander. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TUTAM MOTORS. Inc. SERVICE—SALES—PARTS PLYMOUTH 21(i Minorca Avenue Coral Gables HAPPY NEW YEAR ItOLLIN'S GARAGE 146 N.W. Fifth Street—Phone 3-4634 "A Complete Automobile Service" TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CHARLES SCHAFFER P. & S. %l IR\ U I STATION ATLANTIC GASOLINE AND OILS High Pressure Lubrication—Tires, Tubes and Accessories jNinth Street and Palm Avenue • Hialeah. Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR lianii lleaeh Wholesale Grocery Co. Formerly WUCHER and LYNN 834 First Street Miami Beach 746 N.W. 32nd Street Symbolie of I In* Season Gorgeous Flowers from (The Jzxoik (fewebsm, 3,llc Four Fine Stores to Serve You MIAMI BEACH L MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE 5-2961 2-0519 2304 2-3105 FLOWERS BY WIRE THE WORLD OVER A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Miami Beaeh Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 I HAPPY NEW YEAR Everybody's Exterminators "Don't Be Annoyed—Have Them Destroyed" Phone Miami 2-7832 • Miami Beach 6-3755 After nine-yrat flight, Steffi Nnvbaum 11->ear-olil war orphan, recently at rived in New York from Shanghai u make her home with family IriprMM Sieffi'k wandering began when hei mother and grandparcnti lle %  her until she found hmt-n here with the aid of United Service for New Americans and the Joint Ditrihnlion Committee, TO ALL OUR FRIENDS. RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR *i! MR. and MRS. I. A. DURBIN and FAMILY 735 Fourteenth Place Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Ariisdie Millinery Shop LATEST SELECTION IN~HATS N. SCHAEN, Proprietor 237 North Miami Avenue Telephone 2-9160 Happy New Year Mr. ami Mrs. f "Edw." Mereer and Family GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. C. HELMLY FURNITURE & DEPT. STORE 22 N. W. First Street \4 ? \%4 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS. RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i' M. and MRS. SIDNEY PEPPER and FAMILY 1600 S.W. 16lh Avenue—Miami MANNHEIMER PRIVATE SCHOOL WISHES YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Once again ice are featuring two separate kitchens (milk and meat) for our boarding and day students. Established 1934 To All Our Friends and Patrons a Most Happy New Year DON'S BARBER SHOP EXPERT HAIR CUTTING > r t SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL LA CUCARACHA CUB 2386 N. W. 62nd Street Miami Phone 7-9513 NOW HEADQUARTERS: AMVETS, POST No. 28 HAPPY NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Direct From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ASBESTOS T TABLE MATS > Happy New Year W a if the New Year bring you Health and Happinens ta ;' &



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PAGE TWENTY *Unist^flcridfPir %  • late Henry sky. former Rabbi A. Lelyveld Will Direct Hillel Appointment of Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. New York City, as national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations was formally cector 0 f B'n Hillel founident of B'nai B'rith; William er. Philadelphia, and Robert Lappon. Dos Moines. The : ; ,,f Rabbi Lelyveld will b< effective Dec. 31, at which time Dr. Sachars resignati n v effect i Lolyv.: %  ->' ; -' K diannounced last Friday by Frank Gold. an. Lowell. M ISS.. president of the nation's oldest and larg si Jewish service organization. The announcement came at the conclusion of the B'nai B'n*.:: National Hillel commission meeting in a two-day sessi in in Washington, D. C. Als i announced was that Dr. A l. Sachar had been cd national chairman of the Hillel eon 01 ificers named were William Gerber. Philadelphia, vice cha m a n: M Bisgyc Wi [ton. D. C, seen tary, and Joseph Paradise, New York City. treasi er. A; the conclusion of the -sion ihe t< Mowing were 11 .Mm: %  m s for the fort: ing \ ar: Mrs R tier, L is A:... .-: Rabbi Solomon Goldman. %  'hicago; Dr. William H L'niv I Michigan, Ann Arbor: Isaac Wagner. Chicago: Alfred Benesch, Cleveland: Dr. Paul dent of Q college. New York City, and Judgi SI nley Fuld, New York court of appeals. B'n. : B'rith President Goldman inted seven members of tin) Alfred M Cohen, honorary president of B'nai B'rith. iti; Dr. Louis L. Mann. C Dr. Joshua Loth Lii bman, loston author of the I i f Mind"; Dr. Philip : l. s %  an, Los Angeles; Mrs Daisj Monsky, i wid iw oi dations. will serv< as acting dithe end of the year. The newly i Hillel direct. "I nsively • -;., i; n ii -• • s and is well kn iwn in J w sh com. ircles for perils, th( Angl -J ish press, | s Ei '1 ip dia He :.:.. the Commit! for Palf the Zionist zation : A f the f the Cent As Hillel S ar will head the ] body di. In lis report to I ". Dr two new Hillel ..:. .lished : at Pi incel n univ< til ,ind the L'n '' -uri. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW*JEAT Carilihcan Marble and Tiler A. R. Hightower "Watch For Our Downtown Location" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FOR YOUR DINNER—STOP AND DINE AT CHICK l\\ 1101 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-9i 32 NAMED Rabbi NATIONAL HILLEL DIRECTOR Arthur J. Lelyveld (above). New York, was named national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations by the B'nai B'rith Hillel commission at its annual meeting in Washington, D. C. on Aug. 28th. His appointment will lake effect Dec. 31st. Rabbi Lelyveld succeeds Dr. Abram L. Sachar. Washington. D. C. who resigned to devote himself to lecturing and writing. HAPPY NEW YEAR JOE I AIUIIX.TOV Inc. Safeway Steel—Scaffolds 46 N.E. Sixth Street Phone 9-3870 Mians A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Pan American Optical Co. 406 Longford Building — 121 S. E. First Street MIAMI. FLORIDA T MRS. LEON GARDNER And Son, Lloyd, EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends > Mrs. Freda Newman Mr. Arnold Newman Mr. Edw. T. Newman WISH THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY NEW YEAR VlilISII CLASSICAL HOI II EVERY SUNDAY FROM 12 NOON TO 1:15 P.M. STATION WINZ (940 on your dial) WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS THANKS AND GRATITUDE TO ALL ITS SPONSORS WISHING THEM ALL A HAPPY. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR M. NASATIR, Program Director R. G. Martin (Martin's Drug Store) Mr. and Mrs. Mendelsohn (Mendelsohn's Ocean Villa Restaurant) Mr. and Mrs. L. Katz (United Kosher Market) Rohan and Sons 'Rohan's Paint


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)AY, SEPTEMBER VI 'nai B'rith Looks The Future By MAURICE BISGYER tttional Secretary, B'nai B'rith 3,i ;in October day in 1843, a netful of men — comparative Lcomers to these shores—were Ipired by the vision of Ameridumocracy to make a covert with the heritage of the land which they found sanctuary bm the tyrannies of the Old orld. Those newly adopted sons of, herica were the founding fathof B'nai B'rith (Sons of the Ivenant), now the oldest and Igest Jewish service organizaI n in the United States. |W::h B'nai B'rith now in its Kond century, it becomes inAasingly apparent how wisely fd how well its founders built, hey designed a program enmpassing the purest principles a progressive democracy and rthering the highest interests humanity, which successive aerations of B'nai B'rith leaderlip have followed with imbasurable benefit to the people 1 Israel. [Considered in its broadest sense, at October day in 1843 was a Iritable Rosh Hashona for Ameran Jewry. Free from doctrinal erences, B'nai B'rith then ana hw affords a common platform \r service on the part of all eleenis in the Jewish community %  cause it is universal, its objctives are of interest to all jws, and its emphasis is upon le positive values in Jewish life. [Because of this well-controlled, lough non-dogmatic approach, |*nai B'rith over the years has iept pace with the problems of he nation and the Jewish people. fhouh guided by tradition, traItion has been no restraint in (scalding activities that have Utlived their usefulness. B'nai B'rith has remained dynamic by meeting the vital, day to day, needs of the Jewish people. Representing a cross-section of the American Jewish community, B'nai B'rith contributes to the national health of American democracy through an intensive year-round integrated program of service on both national and community levels. It is a program executed by more than 300,000 members in men's lodges, women's chapters and youth groups throughout the United States and Canada. Above all, it is a program making a distinct and valuable contribution to the welfare of the nation. When others bemoan the lack of moral fibre and responsibility in youth and attribute all our ailments—political, economic and social—to a misguided younger generation, B'nai B'rith devotes itself to training and molding of thousands of young people for healthy and useful lives through youth agencies emphasizing character building. Recognizing that youth is the repository of positive influences and Jewish values, B'nai B'rith has organized Hillel Foundations, the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and the Vocational Service bureau to mold the character of tomorrow's" citizens and to turn their interests into constructive channels. On the international scene, B'nai B'rith is helping to arouse the conscience of the world to recognize the plight of hundreds ol thousands of displaced persons, of every faith, lodged in the camps of Europe. These are but a few examples of the B'nai B'rith program in action. Its scope lays down a challenge to the future. The acceptance of this challenge by its membership points toward a more unified American Jewish community, even more essential service and, as President Roosevelt once said, "its (the B'nai B'rith) program of good will strives toward harmony among the component elements comprising our American society." A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LaPol II I Awning Company 425 S.W. Sixth Street Miami, Florida CANTOR and MRS. Julius Rosenstein and Son. MORTON 1401 Alton Road Extend best wishes to their relatives and friends for the coming New Year Mr. and Mrs. NATHAN GLOSSER [Extend Best Wishes For the Coming Year To All. JEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Eushner and Family Dr. and Mrs. MAX TENDRICH AND DAUGHTER HELENE 747 West Avenue EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS Savory Bake Shop REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Jimmy's Drive-In Restaurant Some As Good—None Better—Just Good Food 639 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 3-7594 TO ALL' A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Lith-I-Bar, Inc. Concrete Products NATHAN M. KAPLAN 927 Lincoln Road 12825 N.E. 14th Avenue East Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Da v il Hess Fixture Company Fluorescent Lighting 336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774 y $ GREETINGS Fitzpatriek Paint Company "Fitz—The Paint Man" BE RIGHT USE WHITE KNIGHT Courtesy Extended to Contractors J. R. Fitzpatriek—Phone 2-4766 725 North Miami Avenue Miami, Florida A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MOE FEINGOLD Moinar Construetion Company 2323 S.W. 21st Avenue Phone 48-3847 THE BEST FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL PRESIDENT MADISON HOTEL 3801 Collins Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Building Maintenance and Supplies Corporation 2734 S.W. 28th Lane—Miami HAPPY. HEALTHFUL and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS T. B. McGahey Motor Co. Inc. 1930 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 9-6516 CHRYSLER —and— PLYMOUTH (4 Ft I I I I 'l



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• I %  PAGE TWENTY-TWO i MiisJ\ThrkHari_ ^H^Ay, _gEPiS8g T 1 'Between You and Me By BOH1S SMOLAR Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9? 1 IK" JV"" ft**.., • with the opening session of the 8dmi ni8tration of Jerusalem, since there is a lot of Russian properts in that city But on this ques.„,„ t00 oromyko would have no SSS of winning, if A^Hc and Britain agree on bask ae dsions as t„ how to implement the I'NSC'OI' n-p.'1-t PRESSING PROBLFMS: P Zionist lead, """he unified economy which th. L'SHONAH TOVAH: ftfSui" OUTLOOK: The Jewish New Year concides TTO, u.n. The lineup wit] UN SCOP report recommends... tin*' ould Krnassrassa a? saw ;""" with the openinu session ol me %  -%  ,-,-teeUNSCOJ' repon %  .... Mr. and Mrs. M. KEILSON 2252 S.W. 22nd Terrace MIAMI. FLA. $ EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS issue... It must be remembered th v can : prevent % %  big that the British Government, in power p >ver Pal( pn • ng the Palestine ease to ... In 1 v "' the IN. reserved [or itself the Sl if an understanding is right not to carry out the recom-1 re ached between the Ui mendations of the U.N....The U. gi es Britain under which S. is the government that can the former will support a proexi 5e the g nfluence on p ; %  %  the Palestine trusteethe British Cabinet and force gn jp be vested in the hands of Bi to accept th< U.N recomg, a j n Howe* underr iations.. .Even though this s pi ivide was not the ease with regard to that Britain may call upon any the recommendations m Palestine government share made a year ago by the joint Anv • n of glo-American Committee.. .There th< I p...In this way. will, of course, be plenty of maBritain, as the prii I trustee, neuvi ing .tnd barga ning behind U i l! be ven af the scenes at the U.N. as well as th sh* ie open sessions of the Aswants I sha i th "bu len"... .And it can be expected Britain will thei • call up. *n the Unit St tea but not on :.-.. S S R. ... It stands that me of the i ec< mmendal ns e U.N. Special C mmitt Palestine will be modified... II ,-ever, the basic iecomtw tion which urges the termination Palestine mandate will not be : ight by any delegation ... r have loi favored re1 %  nt of the mandate by a ip .The A abs at e for I in :. e mandate, Jews igainst such ten tion...Henc< thepr w.. which coun uld be ; by the U.N. trusti Pa for I im period until Ji ed.. In tins. too. the Uni i States will p ly the if it a pon lib ith Britain : reason t the USSR, evei ba : ed I >m part ting in the eship \ i ; cla m | | n in the V N A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI FLORAL CO. Flowers For All Occasions ge I by the Warner family vei 41 > Tel graph A tion 111 S.W. Fifth Avenue Phone 2-6823 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Airway liar and Restaurant PACKAGE GOODS AVAILABLE STEAKS—CHICKEN • "Vitit Our Dubonnet Row 8727 N.W. Seventh Avenue Ph one 7.3^ L 3-3431. 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LY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewisti Hicridtian PAGE TWENTY-THREE fEEN YOU AND ME tontinued from Page 22) Ich State under the borders lnnu'-ndod by the UNSCOP frontiers will be one of the |r issues of discussion at the l, : ,| Assembly...The Assemlession will probably last at months... While other lb of the UNSCOP report Itand a three-month discusand perhaps other delays, is one recommendation „ requires immediate action Jiat is the recommendation to ^t 150,000 displaced Jews... recommendation definitely that these refugees should jmitted beginning this month [ the Assembly does not single khis recommendation for imlute action, months will pass Laction on the report as a |e will be taken... The UNrecommendation on imfation will thus be the first to suffer... llOES FROM AFAR: oin tune to time, the Jews in j country read reports about IJtwish refugees in Shanghai But there is also a normal fcsh life in Shanghai Jews been living there for many lies...Many settled there affeeaving Soviet Russia about pty-live years ago...Jewish and organizations existed e refugees from Nazi rution fled to that city... Imprehensive picture of Jewlifi' in Shanghai today is given Ihannhai Almanac, just pub£<1 by the local paper, ShangEcho.-.The publisher, Ossi % in. is a German-Jewish reL. ..The daily is devoted to %  interests of the Jewish comnr.v and the needs of the Jewlefugees.. .The material in the Almanac, therefore, reflects Jewish life in Shanghai in great detail. .It gives a lot of factual information from which one can see that the Jewish refugees in Shanghai are well-organized and extremely active socially and culturally... As the years go by, there will be no refugees in Shanghai.. .Some will return to Europe and some will become permanent residents., .The Almanac, however, will serve as a historic record of their activities in the most difficult years of their lives... i lAPPY NEW YEAR CME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in 100FING METAL WORK utters. Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 105 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 Delegates who returned from the Southern regional conference of the Workmens Circle in New Orleans are Miriam Sandier. Miriam Weissman, Henrietta Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. J, Wolff. Mr. and Mrs. C. Weinlraub, A. Arnoff, Mr. and Mrs. M. Jacobs, and M. Gluberman. Police Ask Car Owners To Check Minor Defects Car owners were asked bv police this week to check their autos themselves before they take them to the car testing station at N.W. Second ave. and Fourth St. lor the semi-annual inspection. Sgt. H. B. Goodman, in charge of the testing station, said that minor defects in the lights, horns, windshield wipers, and brakes could easily be caught by the owners. The truck testing station will open Sept. 15th at N.W. Fifth ave. and Tenth st. GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Florists Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677 Miami Beach NEW YEAR GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN HAPPY NEW YEAR HAVANA VIA PLANE— $30 Plus Round Trip Tax VIA SS. FLORIDA— $42 Plus Round Trip Tax TOURS from 545 plus lax Apgar Travel Agency 225 Seybold Bldg. Phones 9-5393 & 9-5386 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Hollopeter & Post. Inc. REAL ESTATE 151 N. E. 3rd Street PHONE 3-7376 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Formerly MILLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO. 127 N. E. 27th Avenue Phone 2-0557 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FIVE CORNERS RESTAURANT "The Best for Less" GOOD FOOD 1702 West Flagler Street !L J SEASON'S GREETINGS INDUSTRIES "A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDER'S SUPPLIES'* Miami — Miami Beach Ojus — Ft. Lauderdale BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FULLER BRUSH COMPANY Postal Bldg. Phone 3-3014 FRANK J. HAVEL. Dist. Mgr. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL L. L. BOSTWICK General Contractor 2233 S.W. Ninth Street Phone 4-4486 ,*t TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ;.f y FARREY'S, INC A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 5-1719 fc 5-2671 rREE DELIVERY FREE GIFT WRAPPING The Mttderne Pharmacy • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED |55 41st Street Miami Beach,, Fla. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL D. W. McCOY, Inc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches 1549 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-2245 i' IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EtfTEND A MOST A 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 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. 3rd Street MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 9-0665 GREETINGS n 1323 Washington Avenue Miami Beach SERVICE STATION Now Operated By CY GOTTFRIED The Best In Auto Service and Repairs Cor. 16th and Alton Road PHONE 5-9193 Hardware WHOLESALE — RETAIL 1692 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-4621 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BERKLEY LTD., INC. WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shop" 836 Lincoln Road—241 Coral Way i < BEST WISHES TO ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I! •i %  li 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach


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•1 I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR kwitffkriidliiir -; \ f -4' • &f i Jews In Sports Following closely on the heels of the Mickey Winters purchase. the San Diego nine of the Pacific Coast loop consummated another deal with the Stamford Bombers of the Colonial League for Sid Schachfs contract. Sid is the boy who has been burning up the league with his fast ball hulling. He goes to the far western team on a look-see basis. Those who have seen the tossei in action claim he can't miss making the grade. In fact, he has beer, tabbed as a future big leaguer in the not too distant future. Danny Perlmutter. thi third Jewish boy or. the Bombers, is still pounding the pill and also appears ready for a sale to %  ague of higher classification. • • • When the Pittsburgh Pirateplayed in Brooklyn recently, the manager, Billy Herman, was so desperate for a win :.-.at he permitted Les Biederman, Pittsburgh Press scribe, to make up the lineup. The Bucs snapped out of their lethargy and pounded out a 16-3 win in the final game of the series after losing the first two. It now appears that Biederman will have a steady job of making up Pittsburgh batting order.-. When the Corsairs went into a slump last summer, Marti Frankie Frisch let the e write his lineup for the and then saw his club bang out a win. Herman upon hearing oi Biederman's magic pulled the same stunt with good results. • • %  '. Siegal, who recently movRABBI and MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY and Sons EXTEND BEST WISHES TO CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH And Its Auxiliary and to Klal Yisroel for a KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER MAT IrlAPPLD: Robert Ryan's anti-Semitism in RKO Radio s daring new picture "Crossfire" is the clue that traps him as the killer in this powerful indictment of religious intolerance. Robert Young (right) plays the detective whose Irish grandfather died a centurv ano in an earlier wave of bigotry. The picture had its world premiere on July 22 at the Rivoli theatre on Broadway. ed to Wa Atlanta. is doing a hangup job c >vi genat for th Washii I Post. I S ii li y Povich he gives the Post one of the best bi seball ling comb the busin* ss today. Graduates from the University of Florida at Gainesville last week included Sidney L. Besvinick, I:arv:n Kranz. Irving Leibson. Norman S. Pallott and Sherman L. Whalley of Miami Beach. Southern Heater Supply TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Manufacturers of SOLAR ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS G I' A R A N T E E D Horizontal Tanks Installed Without Cutting Into Your Roof 3757 N. W. 38th Street PHONE 8-1811 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS New Year ii! Mr. and Mrs. A. Frankel 6120 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach T MR. and MRS. MAX R. SILVER Extends Best Wishes to All For a Felicitous and Joyous New Year •I' HAPPY A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS T O A L L 66-68 E. Flagler Street uj FREDERICK J. WARD Miami Beach urlhui* bcrcl. inc. T Miami TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR William IL llortlcaux To All Our Friends and Customers a Most Happy and Prosperous New Year A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Plastic Artificial Eyes COSMETIC EYES MADE TO INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS COLORED TO MATCH BY PROFESSIONAL ARTIST Finished Complete In One Day't Time Highly Skilled Technicians Fit Eye to Socket. Thus Affording More Comfort and Better Movement Swift Changes in Temperature. High Altitudes Nor Body Acids Have Any Effect Upon the New Unbreakable Plastic Eye PHONE 9-2228 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY A. F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg. 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. — Miami IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND NEW YEAR WISHES TO ALL A. O. Transfer Co. 335 Collins Avenue To All a Most Happy New Year SAVOY HOTEL 252 N.W. Second Street "Open Year Around" Miami WholeS fJ 118 "Xo^?^^ TO ALL A MOST HAPPy| NEW YEAR ROGERS Brake Servi<* Brake Service Wheel Alignment 3200 N.E. Second AvenJ Phone 2-9570 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Art Winkleman—Barney Hoffman .Miami Flying Service. Inc. Phone 4-3920 :—: Tamiami Airport A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Live and Lei Live Drug Store 3520 N. W. 17th Ave. Miami. Fla. Phone Mil Le GranaVs TETTER REMEDY (Guaranteed) 11 YEARS OF SATISFACTION — SOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST OR ORDER DIRECT FROM LE GRANDE S CO A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL FIT III A If S T 17III 0 S 323 Wesl Forty-Seventh Street Phone 5M MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. HARRY MARKOWITZ Wish All Their Family and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. William H. Bernstein and Family Extend Season's Greetings to Their Friends and Relatives. OUR SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH MARCIE LIBERMAN Vice Preiident



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *JewisMcridlic*n PAGE TWENTY-FIVE hy Judaism and Christianity Differ By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN EDITOR'S NOTE—The fourth edition of Dr. Waiss-Rosmarln's L, iy discussed book "Judaism and Christianity: The Difference" it tt off he P re "ln view of the reat t0 Pical interest of the volume, have asked the author to summarize her main conclusions. he notion that Judaism and Christianity must scrap their Fences and become one and identical is a thoroughly Jitarian aberration. It is foreign to the spirit of democracy, Ich encourages differences as the source and inspiration of a e colorful and variegated national culture. Democracy rests e conviction that dissimilarities and differences are facts of e that dare not be invoked as a justification for inequality discrimination. The demo. ism and Christianity, I have been |C way is that those of differ%  Views and beliefs respect the inilar views and beliefs of fi'llow-citizens. Americans, "religious good •.huuld never mean, for p Jews or Christians, to aslate their faith to the religion hose with whom they desire |ye in friendship and amity. line "good will" is not syhnous with the levelling of Irences. It means that we ferstand that every man has tight to follow the dictates of conscience and worship God lis heart impels him. [fortunately, not a few Jewleaders in "good will" efforts av .in attitude resembling ,f the early suffragettes. believe they can attain fclity in the Christian commu] by stressing that there is no bence between Judaism and stianity. They are, however, lisguidcd as the early Lucy grs, who based their claims ridiculous contention that are no differences between I and women. bnuine, durable good will—as Ippy marriage—is built upon eistanding of and respect for differences setting and the fp<. or sexes, apart. In deVtiny the differences of JudaALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER JEW YEAR GREETINGS VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 9! The Best For Less Office and Plant U25 20th Street MIAMI BEACH guided by the desire to strengthen Jews in their faith, while recognizing and respecting the different beliefs and convictions of their neighbors. GOD: The most fundamental difference between Judaism and Christianity is that the former avows the belief in the Only and Unique God, while the latter worships the Trinity of "God, Son and the Holy Spirit." Jews hold that the Uniqueness of God must be stressed to enable monotheism really to come into its own. Oneness in number must be implemented by oneness in kind, i.e. uniqueness. Judaism cannot "accept Jesus" because this would be irreconcilable with the deepseated Jewish conviction that God is Unique and that man can never partake of this uniqueness. To Judaism man is man and God is God—and shall remain God in unequalled and eternal majesty. Even Moses, "the master of the Prophets," was represented as nothing else but a man. more pious and more learned than other mortals, but still only a man. The Bible refers to him as "the man Moses," so as to preclude that he be deified. MIRACLES: Miracles are unimportant in Jewish belief, but rank prominently in Christianity. Throughout post-Biblical Jewish literature there is a pronounced and authoritative trend to minimize, through rationalization, the miraculous events recorded in the Bible. At any rate, the essentials of Jewish belief are not connected with miracles. In contradistinction, the Christian belief in Jesus implies acknowledgement of the many miracles associated with his birth, career and death. The Gospels are one unbroken record of the miracles performed and associated with Jesus. 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It submits that all men are tainted with Adam's guilt and so are "lost and condemned," unless they avow that Jesus died to atone for man's original sin. In his daily prayers the Jew proclaims "My God, (Continued on Page 32) MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072 I i Extends NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLAMINGO GOWN SHOPPE 819 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Furniture Equipment Supplies Hotels Restaurants • Institutions Clubs Miami Branch: 1100 N. E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI 18. FLORIDA PHONE 3-0861 ,1 i • i 1 *' i 1 New Year Greetings MIAMI BEACH S UN STAR



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^1 ^H Bflo wp BHwy^^^^B M^S PAGE TWENTY-SIX JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS TO OPERA By E. BRASD Even in the very early days of their existence as a people. the musical art among Jews held a prominent place. It de velo^ed and passed as a treasured heritage !" V !" X !" to generation. Unfortunately, space does not permit the de scription of the role music and especially song. P^ d among Jew? at all times and in all countries. Our task now has buj one defined aim, to survey the contribution of Jews to the development of Opera and pardevelopmen) ,.-. ; jess : th 0] %  •. lented ticularly their place in Ann Opera today. As far as we know, there an As far as we know, ineie a %  • • • • %  ...,. at present about 3U Jewish uv -n the Metropolitan Opera More, many more, arti filiated with other companies find expression for theil concerts and in various >>; theatres. In recent years, we have had a considerable number of opera singers of all sorts. This may appear odd to some. [1 : %  Halevy, n and : : n the I %  timi I i may appear *^" "" •as first to show great interest opera, as eai ly as 100 yea: And even a little less than 300 years ago. when renowned musicians. Italians and others, met in the home of Giovanni Bardi in Florence to experiment with the production of ope: a. Jews had already shown de this form of art Many Ji artists transplanted the religious choral music of their people into opera and in this contribution is significant From the very beginning. Jewish singing maestros >ften filled the m si important roles in the opera. But Jewish contributions to the tributi ns supp ., Jew, when he I innual ." • tiv ve the tremend ius Is this end : the Jews %  Thus Jewish w irk in dis] Gi : %  an "A was by I tions for ': such Ji Meyerbei ind Hugo v i! Hofmansthal had ten tto and I3 Hitler, went much *-JknistJkridikir He completely -nulli Jewish music simply beI ,.,, "Jewish." Both ,nd Hitler were right as .1, ,,,:.,-,of the mUSK %  V ment into • 1 < J f the Jewish d tragedy into n lies I :.,| thensuccess : thi ult music .: ful. \ %  ni nt Jewthi Mel Op ra Jew ish si ntimenl We lly true of -in-law Jan Tuck,'r, v. %  ,. ind lias • • fl %  FRIDA ILJEPTEMB ER ,, ..wish trouble and affliction ,1 their very childhood. Does then reduce their great talent does it rather lend grace and .,. to their voices? Ask the ... professional, the true con11 of music and you will be told that it is that very Jewish ntiment which enhances their artistic ability. Another professional cantor, who attained success on the stage of the Metropolitan company before Tucker is Friedrich Lechner. a German refugee. Lechner was i ntinued on Page 30) PASSOVER GREETINGS & TO ALL OUR FRIENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES FRED HART 2665 Coral Way Phone 48-2172 GREETINGS N. W. PAINT & BODY SHOP Sport Tops and Seal Covers Electric & Acetylene Welding Complete Body Works 521 N W. 54th St. Phone 7 5222 JIMMY CORSI, Prop. General Building Contractors 69 N. E. 36th Street 7-3962 J i l UR PLEASURE GREETINGS TO j^ REA L ESTATE N.E.Firs. A T, MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES 224 Norlh Miami k, m PHONE 29428 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1263 West rla 9 ler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gabl WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 'S SPORT TOPS SEAT COVERS Good Material — Guaranteed Work Automobile Trim Work Covers LET "NEWT" DO IT 1326 West Flagler Street Phone 3-57M l i< TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST TRAIL REALTY CO. 2058 S. W. 8th Street REAL RALPH A. KENNEDY ESTATE Phone 2-4061 F. C MULLEN Our Sincere Wishes to Jewry At Large For A Happy and Prosperous New Year IP T BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W6ST FLAGLCR K€NN€L CLUB West F I a 9 I e r St. at 37th Avenue y 1740 N. E. Second Avenue JA< Oil Slll.lt. President L'Shona Tova ... To Our Jewish Friends Miami Home Milk Producers Association Owned and Operated by Local Dairy Farmers Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Sour Cream Drink "HOME MILK" For Your Health's Sake Phone 2-7696 Ft. Lauderdale 613 W* S,NC ER aV m THAT THE* „ N0 ra MIBy ^^ ^



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewist> Her Mian PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN THE UNDERGROUND TO PALESTINE By CHAPLAIN MORRIS N. KERTZER EDITORS NOTE—It it a more or less open secret that American I'i in Central Europe, including the chaplains, gave aid and comfort %  the Palestine underground as it developed a transportation system and |de possible the immigration of thousands of displaced persons to the „i,h homeland in Palestine. Chaplain Morris Kertier, now the associ. rabbi of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York, relates his exhences with the underground in the article, "The Underground to testme." which is a chapter from his new book. "With An 'H' On My L Tag." recently published by Behrman House. This article is pubfed by special permission of the publisher. • _s I stood on a makeshift pulpit before a congregation of iers and civilians one Friday evening in France, I felt a _'s eyes riveted on my face. The eyes were set against a [ drawn face, the face of a man who had known suffering, lips mechanically mouthed the words of the Maariv service is eyes remained fixed on me. 11 the following week I was haunted by the memory of the with the piercing eyes who that we meet at my office at headquarters. There I knew we could speak privately. But I was not to have my way. "Let us meet at the Cafe Mon'tmartre Monday afternoon," he replied. And then his face relaxed and he said softly, "I want you to meet a different kind of Jew—one who will not beg for cigarettes for himself or bon-bon for his children one who wants no favors from you one who asks for nothing but a Jew who has something precdisappeared so completely the benediction. I waited :ilv for the next Sabbath serknowing somehow that the nfi( r would seek me there And I was not disappointI did not have to look for after the service. He moved kHy toward me through the Eds streaming out of the syna|e. For a moment, I thought is seeing the Hebrew teacher ay childhood; both were men %  bout 45. simply and neatly feed. Even the faces might been the same. But not the Except for them, my tger might have been a cal luftmensch; one of those Dectual Jews without moorbound up to a dream and Jly aware of the real, pracworld. sense of destiny hung over [meeting, and it was strange mysterious. The words he c were simple: 'May I see alone?" Quite suddenly I i uneasy. I did not want to be le with him but I knew I no choice. His face was Bve and his words quiet but held a compulsion in them. murmured yes and suggested NEW YEAR GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP t; MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS OF THE SEASON !i WILLIAMS RESORT WEAR 120 N. E. First Avenue Phone 9-4787 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HILLIARD RUG CLEANERS PHONE 4-6361 Rugs Cleaned and Dyed g| JOE H. HILLIARD 165 S. W. 16th Terrace Miami, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS GLEASON'S BAK E II Y Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717 Ipecialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Cakes and Sweet Rolls SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. *B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 TO ALL GREETINGS 4 MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK -LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH ious to give you." Monday afternoon arrived. All during the long weekend I had not thought it would. My doubts and anxieties did not leave me when I saw the Montmartre— secluded, old. with the air of a thousand years of conspiracy in every corner. There was no one else around, and even the waiter appeared only at rare intervals. My strange friend arrived and we sat down. I waited. "Shema noh," he began. "Let us get down to business. I have come from Haifa." I had heard enough I knew. And in a way I had been expecting it. This was the mighty Palestine underground, and the man who sat facing me, whom I shall refer to as Operator Zayin, was one of its keenest minds. The shock ran through me and I felt exultant. Stranger no more, Operator Zayin's tone had changed. Was this what I had called human driftwood? Here was a swivel executive of crisp words and dynamic manner. Here was my key to the door of the romance and intrigue of the Underground to Palestine, a man with a price on his head, a man less than 30 years old who looked like 45. Twice he had been imprisoned, and twice he had slipped through the grasp of the Palestine police. A thousand unanswered questions raced through my mind. How had he gotten to France? How did he live without identification papers, ration cards? Luftmensch indeed! He was perfect for the role. A Hollywood casting director seeking a quiet, unobtrusive, anonymous-looking character to melt imperceptibly into a crowd would (Continued on Page 2H) 'I IMMORTALITY I that had life ere I was born Into this world of dark and light. Waking as one who wakes at morn From dreams of night. I am as old as Heaven and earth: But sleep is death without decay, And since each morn renews my birth I am no older than the day. Old tho my outward form appears, Tho it at last outworn shall lie. This that is servile to the years. This is not I. I, who outwear the form I take. When I put off this garb of flesh, Still in immortal youth shall wake And somewhere clothe my life afresh. —Selected 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 Prosperous New Year. 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A few chaplains were fortunate enough to share in the drama ,,f the Underground to Palestine. They were Scarlet Pimpernels; they were lik.those American clergymen who helped speed \, gro slaves on the underground railroad to freedom. These chap lains formed part of the life-line to liberty for thousands of young pean .lews. Their work was illegal, hut they were not frightened. They neither sought the approval of their own command, nor concerned themselves about running counter to the will of British allies. For them the sight of young pioneers, .strong, idealistic, ready to swim a thousand miles to set their feet on the shores of Palestine, was sufficient. The stories here must necessarily he vague The work of the underground is not yet done, and its traffic is still in human lives. Some day the full story of one of the most glorious chapters in Israel's history will be told. With the war's end in Europe, several Jewish chaplains met secretly with underground leaders, learned their needs, lived with them, and served as soldiers in the fmal act of liberation. Suddenly army post offices found themselves flooded with parcels At one APO fully half the available space overflowed with packages that streamed in from all parts of the l/nited States in rce to the pleas for help. Often there was access to surplus food and clothing. Even in the days of the North African campaign, the chaplains' section received large amounts of food destined for destruction or waste: canned food without labels and therefore useless to army mess officers; food branded "unfit for human consumption" (although nio.~t C'.I's will not believe it, the Quartermaster did set high standards!, tropical Hershey bars glutting the post exchanges because the soldiers were so weary of I hem As supply officer of my section. I was once called upon to distribute a quarter of a millam Hershey bars to institutions of all faiths, and distribute them I did—to Catholic orphanages, Unitarian clinics. OSE centers. This was the kind of surplus food that so often found its way to the vessels which lifted anchor for Palestine. The army was quite aware of all this, and looked the other way. The purpose was humanitarian; nothing went to the black markit: and so no questions were asked. One day a chaplain, driving a weapons carrier loaded with precious food and clothing down a road in northern Italy, Was hailed by two hitchhikers. As ho waved them toward his truck, he noticed that the three stars of a lieutenant general gleamed from the shoulders of one of them. "Our car broke down, captain. Would you mind giving us a lift to the airport?" asked the genei al. C llanemg back uneasily at his highly questionable cargo, the chaplain nodded glumly and thin nervously waited for the holocaust, as the general also turned to examine the contents of the vehicle. "We're taking these supplies to a camp for refugees." the chaplain blurted out. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ii! MINA LEE IMPORTERS, INC. 7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 252 Coral Way, Miami 6-2419 4 6909 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DEERING AWNING AND FURNITURE CO. Serving Greater Miami — Coral Gables — Miami Beach Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE 1163 S.W. 8th St. Phone 3-7200 HOLIDAY GREETINGS MONSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, INC. WHOLESALE CIGARS and CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5156 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS i { GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1776 Purdy Avenue PHONE 58-2749 Miami Beach SUddt nly '^R^rT n and. the tension % J£*A chap.amsareontheSVl domg great work f 0rlh H Pie." Driver and *l beamed and the truck ,^>l Hundreds of Ame n l S| P'tched in and sp en ^1 mngs in refugee M1** M in their songs and dt* Si beautiful spirit ofe"* J developed; so„, c L^** their assistants were*" 5 milled to enter the" ," *| stations which hroadcS|*l fjipping news i„ ^Jj. There was one oUfai-J when the whole it '> mun.cat.ons was threaten!^ important radio part J* A fig. The l-nder^ou,,;^ to the Ame, u,,ns f, )r hc P P 2 passed without success kit was approach ing,h ewalerj A .*| eastern Mediterranean X was no way to send the warHvI would mean safety ZSA dreds of homeless aboard *| An American corporal, attJ cd to a medical station. kWtl hec nsis put he had £ JJ to the signal co, ps suppi les Tl mfiht a lieutenant came Jj Clinic for treatment. He had* traded a venereal disease* begged for off-thc-record Jl ment. The corporal was Z\ but the answer was no-u^l looked twice at the lieuteaJI insignia—the crossed flags of fcl signal corps! 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: 0:sp^Si )AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *'Jewis*fkrkHam fE UNDERGROUND PALESTINE \(Continued from Page 28) 'Til break army regulals if you will, lieutenant," said [hiippy corporal. "You get me Jarim part from your supply ni ;ind you'll have your treat|ut the lieutenant balked. He [ted no part of a conspiracy. the corporal was equally |ni;int. No part, no penicillin! i„t night the underground Ho Witt back in operation. Iiaplains and their assistants fevered the world of Eurointrigue in their strange ad|tuie. Nations ostensibly ndly to Great Britain were not willing to cooperate with the lei ground—they were delight|ai the chance to outwit the bmal authorities. By adding Britain's discomfiture, they jnced their own prestige! gotch is rarely mentioned in annals of international dinary. but it is a medium of jTange that is universally unHood. Chaplains learned to i deep respect for its persuas[ p. .WITS. Many a ship to Pal[ %  was launched by a bottle the Highlands. jropean governments were fed to cooperate with Britain preventing the exodus from ipe. Publicly they announced sympathy with their harert ally; privately they aided [ Jews to escape, (jce a chaplain was asked to a doctor to see a South ferican consul. The worthy leman was too ill even to sit PAGE TWENTY-NINE up; certainly he was in no condition to sign 2,000 visas (at 80 cents per visa!). A medical officer was dispatched promptly; the consul sat up; and the certificates that meant life to 2,000 Jews were duly signed. British intelligence, one of the best in Europe, knew all shenanigans. They sent out military police; the water's edge was guarded—but somehow the seas divided and the Israelites marched on. American chaplains knew the risks they were taking. The Articles of War—Bible and Constitution of the U. S. Army—contain enough rules to send even the average officer to Leavenworth for 99 years. But cooperation with the underground continued. Word came to a chaplain's office that two high-ranking Haganah leaders had been caught—dressed in the uniform of British naval officers—and were imprisoned by the British in a village near the Mediterranean. A message came through from Palestine: the long arm of the Haganah would reach out and free them. But the competent British would then set up a dragnet from which it would be virtually impossible to escape. The plans had to be careful and daring. The hour was set; the place was set. A chaplain started on a leisurely drive along the highway, while two men lay hiding in a ditch at the road's edge. At exactly 5:03 a.m., the car stopped and two men scrambled inside Within a few days, the leaders NEW YEAR GREETINGS MELODY COFFEE SHOP SANDWICHES — LUNCHES Courteous Service ll N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami of the Haganah were on the high seas, returning to their posts in Palestine. British intelligence has its hands full tracking down the members of the Haganah. Men moving about in the varied uniforms of the British Empire, men springing up out of nowhere in Bedouin garb, cannot be detected readily. When the colonial administration sent an additional hundred thousand troops to police Palestine, it succeeded not in stamping out Jewish resistance but only in complicating its task and making the British ludicrous in the eyes of their Arab friends. The Arab world must have looked with unrestrained glee at the absurd spectacle of a division of troops, complete with tanks and field artillery, attacking 15,0000 strong against a colony of 300 men, women and children. No wonder the rumor was rife among the Arabs that the Jewish colonists had secretly obtained two atomic bombs to be held in reserve for dire emergencies. I have often wondered about Operator Zayin. Is he still alive? Is he still one of the strong links in the chain of hope to Palestine? 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*Jeniitfl'^j^£FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ..,' I PAGE THIRTY Opera Contributions By Jewish People (Continued jrom Page 26) born of religious Jewish parents in Stettin, a German port cil the Baltic sea. His father was a music lover and himself a musician of some repute. His family tree goes back to the well known English-Jewish philanthropist of the last century. Moses Montefiore. Lechner came tc America in 1937. a victim of Hitler's devastating politics. He was engaged at once as cantor by the Central synag igue in New "> where he attracted much attention. His appearances as a ist with the Philharmonic orchestra in Boston and in N York soon won a name f as a gifted singer. To the genre of pi cantors might also I"' • Friedrich Schorr, who for a time held a pi among the truly gifti tists >i othe famed opera company, Schorr hails from a family nowned cantors His Meier Schorr, was the large Polish syn Vienna His uncle. Baruch Schorr, was tin ' of HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons DOWNEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 cantors, as he does, has certainly imbibed their music, their specially Jewish music which like the others, has trans:', i I into modern opera. Kurt Baum, est but already recognized sum,. > *e Mel p litar. i '• %  canl rs His father, an dox Jew. was a can".-: in P ,nd his children. Kurl them, wen given a strict r. upbringing Voung Kurl ed Ju laisi Jewish i iisi n ided He to An .... %  czi ... ... is first pearai with I • and successful Cent Soul % %  • %  l • N was signed by the [etropolil P an 3 me of the ot Ri born in B .' •. well and • nvi n that sia. Utmai is one of thi GREETINGS For the HOLIDAY SEASON IDA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Upholstering 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 NEW YEAR GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM, J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Hurst Drilling & Equipment Company 1429 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 9-4776 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE DEPENDABLE 44 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-0236 S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING PEACE, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735 American-born "* e en recently to be heard by Diamond Jubilee of tM Metropolitan, na Carrell. the daughter of orthodox Jewish parents. % % %  • % %  N r A : Bodanya. with the nd a and music critics • • country, /Vmong the oldei Jev %  bv Alexander K : : : has a long and rich mu.,.,,] 1 nd him He sang Viei 1. Berlin, ties in ... Kipnis has exGREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wirii Alt' ol All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 ce lled in the opera of the wellknown anti-Semitic maestro. Wagner. He wa> so beloved by his audiences in Germany that he wag tolerated in the opera for a time even during the Hitler regime. Gerhard Pechner, a potent force in the Metropolitan Opera company. was born in Berlin. He got his musical training there and BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS M. I. LIPP MIAMI BEACH made his early successful 'n the Berl later a PPH. in 111 ances, first Opera and Opera. He appeared ^ direction of suc h \rnmZ ductors as Bruno Walter 2> Strauss and Fritz B ush Ch Walter Olitzky, a nephe, „ the once famous MebW" Opera star, Rose oii5*ft (Continued on p„ 0( 3 EDWARD'S Service Station MECHANICAL REPAIRS CAR PAINTING TIRE RECAPPING BATTERY SERVICE 1380 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-39SS I. LEVIN A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Iron and Metal of All Descriptions PHONE 3-4292 RICHIE METALS New and Used Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORID* 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 ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. i 1299 N. W. 23rd Street Miami Florida T SEASON'S GREETINGS '. e Bettei ELITE RESTAURANT V Meet" %  \ G H E TTI NEW YEAR GREETINGS G, M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. First Street Phone 2-8669 To All Our Friends WE EXTEND SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINGS DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAM ASSOCIATION of Miami ASSETS MORE THAN $18,000,000.00 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE JQSEPH R TJPTON. President



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UDAY, SEPfEMBER 12. 1947 vJewisti Ftcrid/an PAGE THIRTY-ONE >era Contributions Jewish People {(Continued from Page 30) debut in the State Opera of enigsburg, where he played for I yea is. He is now one of the st important co-workers of the fropolitan Opera company. very important place in the Iropolitan Opera company is lupu'il by the young artist fexunder Sved, a son of religJewish parents of Hungary. lore coming to the Metropolihe appeared successfully in [largest, best known European fcras, where he participated in Salzburg festivals. Later he Beared in Buenos Aires and de Janeiro, South America. td is often cast with Jennie jicl. a French Jewish girl, who %  ys "Carmen." Miss Taurel is recognized as one of the best trmens." Unfortunately, we ow very little of her Jewish Bcground. linung the new faces in AmerOpera is the recently arrived Igarian, Alvera Lorenzo, who nes from an old, established irish family in Europe. Loizo is a nephew of the late Mated German Jewish writer. bull Wasserman. lewish music conductors are occupying important posiis in American opera and in musical field in general. bong them, in our estimation, ^il Cooper of the Metropolitan era company is the most imfrtant. He was born in Odessa. Bsia. His brilliant musical began in his childhood, WARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes londay, Wednesday, Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. Sixth Floor, Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 [Mary Williams, B.C.S., Dir. MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 324 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS EMPLOYERS SERVICE liami s Leading Personnel Service perving only better firms. %  Office personnel. All types [hotel help. Industrial help. CALL 3-0822 615 Seybold Building GREETINGS SENATE HOTEL BEACON HOTEL LINCOLN CENTER HOTEL EL PASO HOTEL -ORAL REEF HOTEL when he made a marked impression on his audience at a performance in Petersburg. The Turkish ambassador to the Czarist court of that time was so enthusiastic about his playing that he presented little Cooper to the Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The Sultan called the child wonder to the palace in Constantinople and there he completed his higher musical training. In the years that followed he conducted orchestras in London, Paris and other European cities. He also conducted the Royal Opera in Moscow, where the famed Chaliapin played under his direction During the first World War he conducted a series of lectures in the University of Petersburg where the degree of professor of music was conferred upon him. Erich Leinsdorf, one of the younger, but certainly most talented of conductors in the musical world, is once more, temporarily with the Metropolitan Opera company. Up to Hitler's occupation of Austria, Leinsdorf was conductor of the State Opera there. He distinguished himself especially in conducting Wagnerian operas. He came to America in 1938 and soon thereafte, conducted Wagner's "Die Walkure" at the Metropolitan. The Norwegian singer, Miss Flagstadt, and the singer, Melchior (inciPASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 34552 GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bank Bldg. Miami, Fla. dentally, the latter comes from a well-known Danish Jewish family) took a stand against him. It was beneath their dignity to sing under the direction of a 26-yearold conductor. Liberal Director Johnson of the Metropolitan, however, approved of Leinsdorf as a conductor. "The time will come when this young man will be in the limelight, while others will be but a memory of the past," said Director Johnson. And we must not forget Bruno Walter, who appears from timeto time with the Metropolitan Opera company. He is one of the most important and well known music conductors in the world. He conducted operas in all the large cities of the world and excelled especially in the Beyrouth festivals in Salzburg. The Nazis treated him brutally and he and his family just about managed to escape with their HOLIDAY GREETINGS !i BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th Si. 7-0314 GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER SAM KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 lives. Walter comes from a noted Jewish family in Hungary and Austria. With his coming to this country, the American musical scene has been enriched beyond estimation. Rosh Hashona Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LI INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 GREETINGS Up lo-Dale Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 I t GREETINGS FROM HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. 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• 1 It.' f 1 i 11 > t r %  i f ta i PAGE THIRTY-TWO vjewistncricfiari i^roAJ^SEPTEMBQ, Why Judaism And Christianity Differ (Continued from Page 25) the soul which Thou has given me is pure." Christianity teaches that man is sinful by birth and needs the redeeming "grace" of the Cross to escape hell-fire. Christianity regards "the flesh" as the cause of sin and so disparages the body and its joys. Judaism considers both body and soul as potential vessels of holiness. It is not the physical desires but their degradation into licentiousness that is at fault, according to the lights of the best Jewish minds. SIN AND ATONEMENT: The Jewish interpretation of ethical freedom implies that repentance is the omnipotent cure of sin. The Christian doctrine of "Original Sin," on the other hand, leads to the conclusion that man is too weak to repent effectively. He is too sinful to atone and so needs the help of Jesus. The Christian finds atonement in the belief that Jesus died for the sins of mankind. This idea of "vicarious atonement." i.e. the payment of the penalty not by the sinner but by a substitute for him, cannot be reconciled with Jewish convictions. Judaism acis justice as one of the foundations of the universe. Justice. however, requires that the sinner be punished and not a perfectly ent "Savior." ASCETICISM: Christianity, especially in its Catholic interpretation, exalts '. as holiness. Celibacy and p are praised as special Christian virtues. Judaism, on the other hand, proclaims "increase and multiply" as the first commandments and r< I mends early marriage and a modicum of wordly goods and joys as most conducive to piety WHY JEWS DO NOT ACCEPT JESUS: Jews cannot accept Jesus because their teachings oi ••' %  • make it impossible for them to worship a "Sen of God." All men are G d's children, as Judaism sees it. All are equal in His sight and so no mortal should be raised above tlie rest of mankind. As to accepting Jesus "Prophet" or a "Rabbi," the G pels conclusively prove that he neither thought of himself as a prophet nor as a rabbi, but only as the "Sen of God Moreov< r, Jesus' teachings are. in most respects, contrary I Fudaism. This is logical, for otherwise what need would there have been of establishing a new ligion? JUDAISM'S ATTITUDE TO CHRISTIANITY: Although Judaism parts ways with Christianity in practically .,! are as of belief, it eml Christians, too, in the progressive cosmopolitanism of its world view As the Sages saw it. tne teOUS Of all peoples will ,n the world-to-come." It is this type of enlight< m d g od "ill we need today: the recognition that. %  where our fellow%  worship, they are children of God, if they adhere to the basic ethical principles of respect for human life and jusl Good will flows fn.m ui ct for the diff, rences by which ether men are -, | ..p.,: tbut nol from us. We nei I nl Hanukkahitmas cell to en>od will between Chrisand Jews. If we but remen and women arc eligible for the future-to come, we will never in(U i the sin. most vociferously denounced by our Sages, of showing contempt to any man, thus degrading the Divine Image in which man is created. NEWS TOWER DUMA'S NURSERY 3801 N.W. 36th An. U Citrus and Tropical FR I T TREES Ornamental Shad. Tr* and Shrubbery TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR V. J. HOECHERL COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Avenue TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MARGARET WILLER BEAUTY SALON GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th Street Phone 9-5908 Miami Beach 440 41st Street MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. 1732 N. W. 36lh St. 2-2494 Associated with SYKES HARDWARE, INC. 78-1695 Paints, Housewares. Tools, Gifts, Fishing Tackle. Appliances 284 N. E. 79th Street Phon* 3-K2I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HUDSON-ESTHER, lit. 2020 Biscayne Blvd. BEST NEW YEAR WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Ini ted) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES 2248 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-6921 HANNAU PHOTO STUDIOS OF FINE PORTRAITURE 600 LINCOLN RD. BLDG. and 1628 PENNSYLVANIA AVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3221 WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689 HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. BURNS & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flaqler Street Phone 3-6154 THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS of the GREATER MIAMI ) JLPL E ALLIED BUILDERS. INC. 514 Washington Avenue EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Telephone 5-6791 "The Community Cemetery** EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR Affiliated Congregations: BETH DAVID BETH JACOB MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX and SISTERHOOD CHESED SHEL EMES Woodlawn Park Jewish Section Mount Sinai Memorial Park 25 Acres of Beautiful Family Plots



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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jewish HeridHan PAGE THIRTY-THREE IE YEAR IN REVIEW... AMERICA IN 5707 By BEN C. GRAIST (Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) [ %  The year 5707 will be described by future historians as a estone in the annals of the Jewish community in the United The launching of the greatest philanthropic drive in |B8. [erican history—the $170,000,000 campaign of the United Ksh Appeal—and the special session of the United Nations in bstine, as well as an unusual intensification of interest in all kqs Jewish on the part of the general public, highlighted the r ? s Jewish events in the United B8. lecting in Atlantic City early %  ecember, 1946, delegates from fe than 2.000 American comLJties throughout the country to launch the precedentiking campaign goal of $170,1000 in 1947 for the constituent hcies of the U.J.A.—the Joint Iribution committee, the UnitPalestine Appeal and the |ted Service for New Ameriilly cognizant of the fact that goal set would require sacrigiving on the part of many Ihe 5,000,000 Jews comprising American Jewish community, UJA leaders nonetheless felt kdent that the drive would be •ported with the same spirit %  devotion which marked the sessful drives of previous Irs Henry Morgenthau, jr., %  more than 12 years Secretary | the Treasury, accepted the cially created post of general lirman of this year's drive. Officially launched in Washton in February, the campaign jiven added impetus by the Ipoit of such outstanding na(lal figures as Gen. Dwight D. enhower, who pointed out that liquidation of UNRRA, the ligration restrictions to Palesund other areas and the unin Eastern Europe had ereEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1501 S. W. 8th Street 31 r. and Mrs. alter Kovner and Son •leffrey EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL SINCERE WISHES for a j Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Hotel & Restaurant Employees & Bartenders Union LOCAL No. 133 240 N. E. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GRMAN'S YOUR VALET FRENCH CLEANERS AND DYERS 5od Work Is Our Success" fk-Up and Delivery Sendee PHONE 9-2194 1390 S. W. 8th Street ated a situation which left the Jewish communities in Europe, particularly the 250,000 Jews residing in the DP camps, almost entirely dependent on the aid being sent them by American Jewry. The calling of a special United Nations session on Palestine, at Britain's behest, proved to be a major point of interest to American Jewry. Hoping that perhaps the U.N. could arrive at a solution of the Palestine problem, U. S. Jews awaited anxiously the results of the specially convened meeting at Flushing Meadows on April 28. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, David Ben Gurion, Emanuel Neumann and Woshe Shertok appeared before the U.N. to plead the case of the Jewish people, urging that a Jewish National Home in Palestine be created and that the right of the Jews to enter the country and settle on the land freely be upheld. After nearly three weeks of hearing testimony on the Palestine issues, the U.N. general assembly appointed an 11-member inquiry committtee with wide powers to investigate the situation in Palestine, record its findings and offer such recommendations for a solution as it deemed appropriate. The members of the inquiry committee were Canada, Czechoslovakia, Iran, the Netherlands, Peru, Sweden, Uruguay, Yugoslavia, Guatemala, Australia and India. Early in 1947, President Truman, in his State of the Union message, said that the United GEORGE LANGER Owner MS Y Not Incorporated 2950 N. W. 24th St. PHONE 3-3685 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons the Wish for A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Graham and Michael SEASON'S GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVING CO., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 IT'S ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT THE EL BOLERO Mexican Lounge Bar 3181 Coral Way Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Family 1255 West Avenue MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR PURE LEAD PRODUCTS CO. 3450 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 8-2408 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman AND DAUGHTERS Naomi and Rita EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY and particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H A. And All Their Affiliated Activities SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GREETINGS BART A. RILEY ADBAR HOTEL MIAMI BEACH States had not done enough in admitting large numbers of European displaced persons to this country. Calling for legislation which would enable greater numbers of refugees to enter the United States as quota immigrants, the President also decried racial bigotry in this country and told Congress that existing legislation does not reach "the limit of federal power to protect the civil rights of its citizens." Mr. Truman also urged the establishment of a permanent federal law which would prevent racial and religious discrimination in emThe Stratton bill to admit 400.000 European displaced persons to this country during the next (Continued on Page 40) A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Sidney Ginsberg Charles Ginsberg NASH MIAMI MOTORS GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON COMPANY Miami Merchandise Brokers Jacksonville Tampa To All ... 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% &f PAGE THIRTY-FOUR *Jeistrkridi2!!]_ JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHES (Copyright. 1947, Jew '0 ; >' Agency, Inc.) The year 5707 will never be recorded as a banner 12-month period in the annals of Jewish sports history. True, many athletes competed with honors in various fields of athletic endeavor but few, if any. were outstanding. If forced to name the number one contribution made by a Jewish athlete this corner would select the heave made by Steve Seymour, formerly Seymour Cohen, the Los Angeles javelin hurler, who threw the elongated stick 248 feet k ,.. s all gumme r, American record, at the National A.A.U. finale. Mauri Rose's winH c is ready to hang up his ning of the 500-mile automobile sh < s and gloves. The P; • at Indianapolis last Mem irial might day rates mention, too. doubtful that the If Jewish boys are to sh 0(U wou id consent to play, vantage in sp reiving • 7.000 in salary, ..n ailby over : fal ulous Vanl Ji w ish ball• past adv increasingly evident I wares will be shown in fields, rather than in p sporting events. A glance over the various rosters of the money bovs indicates that the Jew gradually dropping out T Si l Gord ,, be due in a I th< fad f::: g that the war years v ven vears of valuabh lefl : %  %  \ and swings a lather t but noi mally he would would-b, j A oetl A pre ball consistenUy, Gordon is slated duty if and when recovers from the effects of h.s bi "We. Perhaps on any other team Sid around who* uld Marshall ana :. *' u '" food for in • nly A R sen Thus far our reHe leads %  "' ,n hlt ting and ha il big G dj R 5i n and K I • I : ng wit %  themnce in U .f ned with Portland in the Pacific Cast league up. m future. Cy Block was shipped to Nashville would be that I of p.. .eld of m :•< y ,-p rts is predominant :n curtail athletes' a( tivities. Among the big r sport: became vei dent that Hank Green!', first sacker, was playing his year :' baseball. A:':, r : 7 in pro ball th. to catch up with Hank-as Pankus. He ?::!; „.:-. cl a: the old • %  .ance but not with the :' ilai ity. Hank %  and bon< right of his tball i.rmament Sid Lu, ntinues 1 1 <.':..cago : question of a the former Columbia ._ hang up his cleats and call it a ci At this w cand. succeed thes< l stalwarts have not ; themselvi-s and •... future doesn't ol: • • • Review of the Year BASEBALL: Greenberg was tradl i Detroit to Pittsburgh ceived S20.000 : pay. Afn incing his • i; decided to give the game another whirl Although he has been among the %  ': I th ugh he has belted the GREETINGS ^ l STANLEY G. TARILTON REAL ESTATE 1101 Lincoln Road Bldg. MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL T Tail Alpha Omega T NEW YEAR GREETINGS Speseo Wholcsalo Hardware (o. 1744 N. W. First Avenue • I T T WILLIAM SHAYNE DiviV .vlu.sir (. 701 N. Miami Avenue Extend Sincere Wishes ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Mwti mfokers Su po/v to. 1019-21 FIFTH ST., MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA "We Cover the Earth" SEASON'S GREETINGS Mn'iw in-W illiailis Company 1680 Alton Road PHONE 5-3359 HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBERTS HOTEL 28 West Flagler Street OPEN ALL YEAR TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Culligan Soft Water Service of Miami 603 N. W. S. River Drive Phone 9-4975 >lr. a ml >irs. William I,. Pallol ami I ami I v EXTEND BEST WISHES for the NEW YEAR TO ALL by the Cubs after the season got underway. In the Southern asn ha is very much the ball player but as for the big time, the experts say "no go." FOOTBALL: Sal Luckman piloted the Chi:•;, art to a title in the National Football league. He is gain slated to lead the Bear "T" formation against the rugged opposition this loop affords. Solly She: man was given few opporI nunued on Page 35) S^SE^^l SEASON'S GREETINGS LOUIS Your Hairdresser WHERE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE IS GIVEN Beauty SALON 1735 CORAL WAY SPECIALIZING IN ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE PHONE 48-4328 W LOVlN G MSJ of their dear d, h *band and E "W* E. ROTHJ^, caUed <> hi, .^ October 1, 193, M" 8 "HEL ROTHUj AND SONS 'if A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AU LYNMAR HOI 735 Collins Avenm PHONE 5-5738 Miami Beach FOR BUILDING MATERIALS AND LUMBER CALL THIS NUMBER 21520 PENINSULAR SERVICE CO., Inc. 30 N. E. 22nd Street Miami, Flo. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Ccmdiei| 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Houser Company. Ine Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Bond and Mortgage < <• Mortgage Loans -:Investments HoiiNor Realty Co.. Inf. Real Estate -:* Property Manag" FIRST TRUST BUILDING PHONE 3-80 HAPPY NEW YEAR T —. Miami Wholesale Grocery Co. 122 N. E. 11th Street Distributors lor SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL EVERGLADES PACKING COMPANY WHOLESALE MEATS and POULTRY Purveyors to RESTAURANTS HOTELS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS. YACHTS, Etc. Miami 37, Fl* 2181 N. W. 10th Ave. I PHONE 3-2992



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tY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jenistifh)ridUa/n PAGE THIRTY-FIVE •w-s In Sports Continued from Page 34) L s to flash his wares with fhilly Eagles in the same cirWith Zimmerman traded to j,jt, Sherman may get more %  nces to quarterback the Vy Ncale combine this seaISonny Karnofsky rated with est running backs the Boston is boasted. Among the colgriddeis, Dan Dworsky of [igan and Sol Gold of Tentwere standout backfield Jirmcis. Gold will seek his _ie among the pros with the lington Redskins, this year, Dworsky is slated to be fed to center at Ann Arbor [to a plethora of returning s. Keep your eye peeled for Oobelstein who will play j'c for Army. He is a brother ab. the first-year guard senwith the New York Giants %  all. fclCETBALL: Tanenbaum of N.Y.U. was lianimous choice on the allrican team selected by the onal Association of Coaches. finished his career at N.Y.U. fcstablishing a new school ng record, over 1,000 points [four years. Harry Boykoff tied his college career at St. is in a blaze of glory and ed at the season's end with in National Pro league I $10,000. Red Holzman led Rochester five to the National jo title. Red Auerbach JASON'S BEST WISHES SUNSHINE BEAUTY SALON 523 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffrr and Family xtend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR coached the Washington Capitols to Basketball Association of America pennant during the regular season. Playoffs went to the Philadelphia Warriors, coached by veteran Eddie Gottlieb, former mentor of famous Sphas. Jerry Fleischman, Ralph Kaplowitz and Petey Rosenberg were squad members of the Warriors, hailed as the best pro team seen in the past 20 years. Stanley Brown. 18-year-old sensation, was the talk of the American league because of his scoring power flashed on the Sphas quintet. Brown gets a chance with the Warriors this winter. TRACK AND FIELD: Steve Seymour smashed the American javelin record at the A.A.U. meet. Experts accord Seymour a splendid chance! in the Olympic games next summer against Scandinavian tossers. Irv .Vi'ondschein, N.Y.U. high jumper, won four titles in indoor competition, repeatedly placing in the broad jump event. He won the national decathalon title at Bloomfield by 10 points over Howard Duff of Ohio State. He is looked upon as the American hope in decathalon competition at the forthcoming international games. Ira Kaplan forged to the front late in the season as sprinter with N.Y.U. He will not be ripe for the Olympics, however. GOLF: Herman Barron continued as the only Jewish golfer of note. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. JACK III ISM II and son SELIG BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mi*, and Mrs. Harold Turk AND DAUGHTER Cornelia AND SON Jonathon BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WHITE BELT DAIRY W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ARKIM CONSTRUCTION CO. INC General Contractors [Congress Building Phone 9-2789 MIAMI, FLORIDA He slid back considerably as a money winner during the past year after rating with top golfers in previous years. TENNIS: Seymour Greenbcrg, former Northwestern U. ace, won several minor titles including the Western championship. Vic Seixas, North Carolina U. star who hails from Philadelphia, came along rapidly in the late summer months and showed promise. In fact he is in a favorable position to be considered for future Davis Cup assignments. Leonard m hh Cup assignments. Leonard Steiner and Sidney Schwartz moved along from junior cup play to senior competition and came through with occasional upsets over experienced foes. SOCCER: Big news in the soccer world was the successful American invasion of the Hapoel eleven from Palestine. Hapoel toured the country raising funds for a stadium to be built in Tel Aviv. Erno Schwarcz, former Hakoah satellite, repeated his customary bangup job as business manager of the American Soccer league. BOXING: Jewish boys are shying clear of the cauliflower game. Nary a champion among the bust 'em in the beezer boys. Among the heavies, Bill Weinberg of Boston was the best, but he hardly showed better than a third rater in the division. On the basis of past year's fighting records, the following were among the best in their respective divisions: Harold Green, middleweight; Danny Kapilow, welterweight, and Danny Bartfield, lightweight. Bartfield returned to the wars late in the summer after a 22-month lay-off due to a damaged hand. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Dade County Representative to the State Legislature BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  :. IE. Tail Accountant 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II. Wrinkle and Daughters llr. Abraham Wolfcon AND The Spinoza Forum Miami Beach, Florida Wish For All Jewry A HAPPIER NEW YEAR COMPLIMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Ilenrv D. Williams and Family 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 Melt and family, 1433 Alton Road. A HAPPY NEW YEAR WITHERS VAN LINES. Inc. JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 1000 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-2667 y TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TYRUS T. TRIPP y TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR S. PONCE'S STONE SHOP The Kent in Workmanship 3557 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 8-1904 in BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN JOHANNES CUSTOM TAILORS 1110 West Flagler Street Phone 2-8979 Expert Alterations — Dry Cleaning TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MACKLE COMPANY Contractors 1690 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-5448 2818 S. 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PAGE THIRTY-SIX + kmislincridlicn A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS j* AL PFLEUOEB *" TAXIDERMIST 15400 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 7-6242 1 t A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HORACE Z. HMJNSOtf PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTOR 1777 S. W. 13th Avenue Phone 26015 PEST CONTBOL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING-FUMIGATING-MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES His, a v nc Exterminating §erviee, Ine. inV rOHAL WAY PHONE 4 6401 303 CORAL WAY 0LERATE EXTERmNAT E News Of Interest To The Jewish Community From The Nation's Capital Ru BEATRICE HE1MAN ,0* of ** ***** +- ^"wASHlScTON. The center oi gravity for Palestine shifted in the middle of the vear to the United States. But, nevertheless he attitude and Ei course of action of th. United States wall be largely decisive in whatever solution the U.N. adopts. So far as the Washington end of things is concerned, a solution of the Palestine problem is hardly more advanced than a ., .,.: %  at the same time. Statemd dJpIomat j c circles. Members ments have come from President j Truman. Resolutions have been passed by C ngr sa Traditional licy has been reaffirmed, in JACK A1IELMAI* AND JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES ;h( p, now fam w st decent • 0 • >ber 4, 1!46, and m his let! : i KmK S md of Saudi Arabia. if the Zionists and other Jewish organizations iave c inferred with the Secretary of State and with members ,. The Washington off the Jewish Agency for .• Moshe Shertok, threw out its lines in official •* That All Our Friend* and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. IIAKMIY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE EXTERMINATING CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347 llr. and .Mrs. Jos. II. Marioiis and Daughter ISADORA and Son STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR of Congress have conferred with the President and with the State department. Representatives of the Arabs have also made the circuit. In the light of world developments it becomes increasingly clear that the question of Palestine is to be decided—when it is—as part of the large international play, and not as a separate move involving only Jews. Arabs and the British. This has appeared more evident since General George C. Marshall, war-time chief of staff, became Secretary of State in January of TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR .loliii F. Allison LANGFORD BLDG. Mr. am! Mrs. Alex Van Siraaion Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 6. E. KNOWLES Applian<*< Service 16 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 3-5660 T i ii T i A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LEWIS TRANSPORT CO. Your Baggage and Trucking Problems Call 9-972X 2200 North Miami Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind It \l I 14.11 HO I I I 1777 Collins Avenue Miami Beach l i l til TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR I" T Reynolds Construction Co. 217 Greco Avenue C oral Gables TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DENZIL P. LIEGEROT Real Estate — Mortgages Shoreland Building Telephone 3-7676 MIAMI 32, FLORIDA $ SEASON'S GREETINGS Women 9 Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 this year. His i tioned him to n ra,nin ? J J" strategy 0 g f thSe'S* a mowing interest V^S] the Middle East. ""^| The most positive t„. Palestine to come frott*' Marshall since Januar^, made to a senatorJ^S He told the seven n?*t, Senators, headed bv £*I Murray of Montana a 'n^ ing Representative C "^ tor. Democrat „ Fi&V J*| there has been no char.; t4 dUional An,er,can Ch S;M the same t.me hcreS,* department's decision to 2^ any definitive statem N Plication of this policy",?* the United Nati^J mittee on Palestine hK d ^ report to the UN. in a ?l? tember. He had convey^ decision several m omhs !" *| a group of Congressmen ft by Representative j ac( T*f Jayits, Republican of jfi" who had tried to secure i d2 cation of Palestine. —-v.olarj. Policy i Earlier, the President, in fj ruary 1947. talking with theW ers of the United Jewish £ who met with him at the S House, after the formal In* ing here of their $170,000* campaign, spark-plugged by(W Eisenhower's opening speech.* affirmed his consistent stand, trying to persuade the BritisbhJ admit 100,000 Jewish refugees fc Palestine. It came simultaneously withal attack upon the President in % House of 'Commons bv Form Secretary Ernest Be'vin charged Mr. Truman with h dering a Palestine solution ad with being motivated bv "elg. tion rivalries'' This unload the bi-partisan anger of icOa. ential Senators and Representjtives who sharply criticized Bra It caused the White House to*-! sue a special statement, %  s t r a i n e d 1 y terming Bevi'i I charges "unfortunate and a* leading." but standing by iht j President's statement of Oct. 4, favoring a Jewish national hon. j which Bevin so resented. From then until the Preadat | (Continued on Page3") SEASON'S GREETINGS Manufacturers of Upholttind Bars Back Bars • Stoob Estimates and Design Submitted MALCER & SON Upholstering 1730 W. Flagler Street PHONE 3-3089 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR $ Mr. and Mr* Abo Aronovtt* and Family NEW YEAR GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 51422 MIAMI BEACH



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jpAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 B Of Interest To The Jewish munilv From Washington mtinued from Page 36) d in June to the people United States to refrain activities which would the situation in PalesIhilc the UN. considered .blcrn, the White House JewisiitkrjUton PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN further public moves rePalestine. Jtate department continued (tinize Palestine "from all and all angles," as forcretary of State Hull used I in answer to almost any about anything. During L ial debate in Congress on eek-Turkish aid bill, the nent said "that it would Jrtunate to link the ques[extension of aid to Greece the Palestine problem." ndicatcd that a Palestine by the U.N. was a long and declared the need to Greece "extremely convenient, the departtick -changes from the hare tortoise pace. This is ilfcd by their delay in pubJ the documents they have %  establish the collaboration former Mufti with the lifiust. 1946, the then Act^crotary of State Dean was asked about release Idocuments. He said they einR translated and edited picatiotl at some indefinite date, along with other fcnts relating to the Axis, i signs appeared of any in this work, Senator F Wagner, Democrat of brk, asked Secretary Marjr early publication, parIv to help the U.N. cornin its investigation of be. The department's PalBxperts prepared an in1 reply vaguer than that of h< n Even this cautious \g failed to pass the Palpress censorship. A JTA %  of the secretary's, reply to Wagner was banned in %  em. until the censor was pvare that what Secretary ill says is official, and re to be printed. %  of -Marshall's first official ST WISHES FOR A PY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR in i' Id Transfer Co. Trucking 12 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 'hris Beler Realtor Estate : Finance Biness Opportunities N. E. First Street ^rner N. E. Firi Ave.) PHONE 3-5371 U.L • A MOST Tl NEW YEAR longer Life %  MI r anee Co. Kinds of Insurance" DO N. W. 36th Street PHONE 2-5705 moves was to submit to Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, chairman of the Foreign Relations committee, and president of the Senate, a list of legislation which the State department gave priority rank. The list included measures for the entry of displaced persons and United States participation in the International Refugee Organization. With some struggling and after a special message by ilT 68 !" ^* Truman t0 Congress, the IRO resolution passed both Houses and was signed by the President. By this act, Congress authorized continued American care through international channels for the DP's still in camps in Germany, Austria and Italy who would otherwise have been E252? 1 With the ex Pi>-ation of UNRRA. Despite strong support for the displaced persons' legislation, it not only did not pass, but never was reported out of the House and Senate immigration subcommittees. The Stratton bill in TO ALL NEW YEAR .A HAPPY Charles II. Cleveland 605 Lincoln Road the House received the most consideration. It was introduced by Representative William G. Stratton, Republican Congressman-atLarge from Illinois, and provided for the admittance to the United States of 400,000 DP's over a period of four years. Hearings were conducted by the House sub-committee. The big guns of the administration boomed in strength in support of the bill: Secretary of State Marshall and Assistant Secretary John H. Hilldring. Attorney General Tom Clark, and Commissioner of Immigration Ugo Carusi, Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson, Secretary of Commerce W. Avcrell Harriman. The President himself sent a special message to Congress. Herbert H. Lehman, former governor of New York and former director general of UNRRA, appeared on behalf of interested Jewish organizations. Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, then adviser on Jewish affairs to Gen. Lucius D. Clay, commander of United States occupation forces in Ger(Continued on Page 38) WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Alldritt Electric Motor Co. 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: i • %  I I PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT *JenistifkMfcL Z5^I_!!PTEMBEH News Of Interest To The Jewish Communitv From Washington 3 nn p.?7) "ion to the United S iharply attacked in the Senate bj Senator Harley Kilgore of W (Continued from Page 37) many, gave a comprehensive picture of • conditions among the Jewish DP's in the American zone, and of the need to resettle them. Senator Homer D. Ferguson. Republican of Michigan, and eight other Senators introduced a bill similar to the Stratton measure, but without specifying any definite number of DP"s. and with more stringent priority limitations. This was referred to the Senate sub-committee on immigration. Also without action were identical bills introduced by Senator Irving M. Ives and Representative Jacob K. Javits, Republican of New York, to permit displaced orphans under 14 of World War II. to enter the United States as non-quota immigrants. Congress adjourned with House and Senate measures still in committee. They will be rev: when the second session of this Congress meets in January. The effectiveness of Jewish organization in supplying affid of support for DP's in the Amerii can zones of Germany and Austria, who apply for Ami visas, was made known by George J. Haering. chief of the visa division of the State department. A report on DP's by George Meader. former counsel of the Senate war investigating committee, which charged that Jewish DP's were unfit for immigrant thi jployment Practices committee, lich expired in June. 1946, was ,...,) Kv thn White House and Slates, was by t nia, as unfactual. Anti-discriminati in li slation, ..commended by President Trunan to C ingress, v. as also among he unfinished business. The final rep •an vhieh exp ssued by the White House ., -marked" postwar increase in employment discriminanst Jews. Senator Irving M, Ives and Senator Chavez, Democrat ol New nd six bi-parl in sponsors, introduced a "National • Disci imination in EmDloyment." Representative Mai y ;• \ : ::. Di m rat of New Ji i sey, inti iduced an identical in the House S milar bills nted by Represenl ravits and Adam Clayton C ; i rat of New York. in Douglas, D< !:!' imia, William I son, Di and Evei sen, Republican, of Illinois, and G Full m, Republicai Pennsylvania. The House lulls were on educati m and lab n. dust. of the Sena) and public welfi „„„,.. headed by Senator For'•.'' c. Donnell, Republican of u;1 h dd hearings on the SaVez bill, ^bbi Stephen dent of the Amer canJ *;I 2£nTS ham F Rosenblum. presde Synagogue Council ,,,. Fra nk Goldman, present ol Henry Epstein, ,fth. National ( immunity i '• u %  schottland. naj'owish W. ins. and n ish committee and the National Council oi J' A'ish W( men, ap: the bill. The sub-committtcc favorably I. ''"' le "{ %  rcpti n b( tor Allen Eli, but i turning t the full comn -further study.' In a special slep to combat intolerance and hatred in the United States. President Truman created the 15 member BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES T A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FRANK STRAW Electrical Contractor 1236 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-1369 A HAPPY NEW YEAR i| T Edward's Wholesale I'roduee Co. Tlic Best At Reasonable Pf 1260 N. W. 22nd St. PHONE 2-4860 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ; i Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 150 N. E. 13th St. PHONE 3-8997 T A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR llateher Kleetrie Call FRED 48-5315 Your Electrical Contractor 330 S. W. 27th Avenue 1 VI T *ii llr. ami Mrs. Alvin F. 4>anliier WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR I A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL •lames A. Henderson Member DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD I, E W II i: W E s 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. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOC-S. 1!\C. 1433 N. E. 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Dr. John Slawso^ t.vev.ee president of SN can Jew lsh committee^ Vfaslow of t he Anwri^ Congress, agreed on h ?M enlarged and im^-Jj machinery to defend Sj/H but differed on the Sfl Kroup libel laws JJI anti-Semitic literature (3 mails. Slawson opp 0 d>?, l %  slation and Masfffifl At the beginning 0 ( J J Representative Walter A. LI (Continu ed on Pajea, Mr. and Mrs, M. Kaufmai 1410 Pennsylvania Aw, EXTEND BEST WISHQ TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 31 r. and Mrs. Leo EisenstPin EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS GREETINGS OF THE NEW YEAR L II A N D § O N Manufacturer's Representatives Colourpicture Post Cards — Lion Book Matches Lithographed Stationery — Specialties 1780 S. W. 14th STREET PHONE ]*1| MIAMI 35, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL it 1 SPECIALIZING IN STAINLESS FOUNTAIN. BAR. HOTEL | KITCHEN EQUIPMENT and DAIRY WORK rio\i-: %  •: sni:i;i METAL and IHMII I\< WORKS. In*?. IN MIAMI SINCE 1910 PHONES 2-5522—9-6173 2817 N. 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IV, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jewisti noridTiciin PAGE THIRTY-NINE s Of Interest To The Jewish iiiimiiiv From Washington Continued from Page 38) prat of New York, introfa bill providing a maximum $5,000 and five years' im[mpnt for circulation h the mail of publications fed to arouse racial ill will. ftion was taken on the bill. |y in the session Representakrthur G. Klein, Democrat, [i New York, offered a bill ling the G.I. Bill of Rights, rbid payments to schools ninating against veterans se of race or religion. A [study on discrimination in Itional institutions prepared Jewish War Veterans and Vmerican Jewish Congress pted Klein's measure. |other government matters: American Jewish Congress ; federal aid for schools and Irted the Taft bill as against %  ken bill which would grant Bl funds to religious schools. Congress presented to the al Communications commischarges that the New York News" was prejudiced in idling of news about Jews legroes. He American Jewish conoce and the American Jewcommittee were insirulal in the introduction of clauses into the peace :ies with the Axis satellites, clauses gave guarantees ^he return of Jewish propand protection of human Is. A delegation of the nittee, headed by Jacob stoin, and of the conferheaded by Louis Lipsky. erred with the then AssistSecretary of State Hill g, prior to the departure of letary Marshall for the Mosicere Greetings To Our y Friends and Customers Ud Top Cab Haggage Co. *ays Call the Red Top" >NE 3-3131 MIAMI cow conference, and presented memorandums of the clauses on these subjects. In the award department: A bronze bust of Bernard Baruch was presented to the National War college by Herbert Bayard Swope. Mr. Baruch was presented with high tributes by the Secretaries of State, War and Navy, General Eisenhower and Admiral Nimitz. Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, former executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution committee, was commended by the President's War Relief Control board for his "exceptional and eminent public service" during the war. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner of the Jewish Welfare board was given the medal of merit by Secretary of War Patterson. „ Tne B nai B'rith Vocational Service bureau was presented with a certificate of achievement by Vice Admiral Louis Denfeld. Each year when Congress adjourns, the index of the "Congressional Record" throughout the /ear is dotted with references to Palestine. Senator Francis J. Myers of Pennsylvania, proposed that the United States submit the problem to the United Nations. He also appealed to the State department tor intervention in behalf of Dov Gruner, who was executed by the British in Palestine for participation in a raid. The junior Senator from Pennsylvania, Republican Senator Edward Martin, urged the government to reach a Adelman's Pipe & Steel Co. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman I harles Adelman Hy Coverman AND FAMILIES EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TOWERS HOTEL S. E. Second Avenue Phone 2-7611 |EASON'S GREETINGS WOFFORD HOTEL 24th Street and Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH in f ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIDLAND CONSTRUCTOR, INC. General Contractors Ml Grand Avenue Phone 48-2707 > clear understanding with Great Britain regarding Palestine before proceeding with aid to Greece and Turkey. Senator Warren Magnusson, Democrat of Washington and a number of other Senators introduced a resolution toward the end of the session, directing Secretary Marshall to call on the British government to end the emergency regulations governing Palestine and restore civil rights. A three hour period of speeches by Senators Morse of Oregon, Murray of Montana, Pepper of Florida, Langer of North Dakota and Taylor of Idaho, criticized the British administration of Palestine. The more cynical among observers suggested that the Senate moved willingly to a consideration of Palestine rather than get on with the somewhat explosive TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Acolite IVeon Sign Co. 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. and MRS. MANNING I. ROSNICK T Mr. and Mrs. Ilurnett Roth EXTEND THE BEST OF WISHES FOR A JOYOUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Sign-Crafters Showcards and Displays Process Work & Outdoor Signs Window Lettering and Pictorial Work TRUCKS and CARS SPRAYED and LETTERED 2315 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 8-2735 i' NEW YEAR GREETINGS Southern Engineering AND Metal Products PHONE 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace proposal to investigate the charge of Kansas City election frauds. In the House, Rep.'es lative Emanuel Celler of New York, as in many preceding years, started the congressional ball rolling in Palestine, and frequently was heard on the subject on the House floor and in committee. As the ranking member of the House immigration sub-committee, he worked actively for passage of the Stratton bill. Freshman Representative Jacob K. Javits of New York was appointed a member of the Foreign Affairs committee, a coveted post infrequently assigned to new (Continued on Page 40) Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal and Family Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes For A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SHAW BROS OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors oi Pure Oil Company Products in SouthEastern Florida PHONE 2-1741 56 S. W. 1st Street MIAMI, FLA. y I r: A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. LUMMUS, Jr. Tax Assessor for Dade County %  ; IN J TO ALL ... 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\ .%  %  >, > ~l &f PAGE FORTY Year In Review (Continued from Page 33) Semitic Incidents were offset by strong positive action on the part of an informed public. The surployment. revealed also that a section by several cabinet members, ininfested with the virus of antiSemitism and that a large number of anti-Semitic and unican organizations continue without any interference. Although negligible in influence at nt, the leaders of thes< groups maintain close relations The AUL report also added the biggest stumbling-block to these hate groups was an informed public opinii n, as a resuli of which these groups failed to make any Iway among the A can people. An awakening Jewish religious edu ati n was eluding Secretary of State Marshall and former Secretary of War Patterson. Meanwhile, a bill, described as one meant to overcome objections to the Stratton bill, was introduced in the House by Congressman Chelf ol Kentucky which called for the admission of 100.000 DP's in the fiscal year following passage of the bill. However, no action was taken before Congress adjourned for its summer recess. The increase in Zionist activity in this country reached a new high in 5707. with the Zionist Organization of America reporting ; ;;.;,;;.;. ( /.. $ w w .. h st vo ,„, that its greatly expanded memfc ... M .,._. standard bership was actively engaged in. teachjng in hl country s Sl numerous Zionist A1 lT h, first W rid Conference or. Interesting Nemm From Washington fContinued from Page 89) essmen. He spoke several times on Palestine and on displaced persons, appeared on radio 'programs, as did Celler. and Initiated the action which resulted in exchange of correspondence between a group of 30 Congressmen and Secretary of State Marshall. ..., United States policy I n Palestine. American support for the adm of Transjordan to the United Nati ma was attacked in 5s by Sen itor Myers and • ,tive Adolph Sabath, mber of the House. : the year registers indeterminate. Action on Palestine will be avoided by Washington until the report of the U.N. special committee is readied. The displaced persons will continue to sit in the camps, aided by the limited capacity of the IRO. For the coming months, attention will be centered on the United Nations. Th general the ZOA's 50th annual convention in New York, where Dr. Emanuel Neumann was elected The Jewish Education met this sumat the Hebrew university in Emanuel Neumann was electee. Jerusalem w ..,, ranv de i eg president to succeed Dr. Abba hfi y ^ g %  W a i P 0 i nt p e r l t r U plans for the that the assertion by Secre arj a ,,. Jewish fSl t. Marshall to Congress thai ^ ve ^ y Brandeis university S traditional policy on mp l e tion, with the :,e had not changed was ^.^^ f „ ? m ., j "most gratifying scheduled for Sept : 943. Judge Morns Rothenberg. prcsident of the American Jewish NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PII irs BAR The Finest Cocktails On Miami Beach — also — BEER and WINES 1137 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-9544 nd may "•'•tob,,! "c.eio„. chi„;i recommendation, JJ outcome. y "Ntl NEW YEAR GREETINGS PRINTING ARTS 320 W. Flagle, J JACK „ TE1TLER $ Nati nal fund, rep irted to the that Am. $14,. anniversary >f the h Daily Forward was celeyear with congratula| tions pouring in on Abraham T SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR W. 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I SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jmistlfkridicw PAGE FORTY-ONE Jewish Twist tip Van Winkle SOLOMON LENCHITZ hsH BELIEVE IT OR NOT i Hameaggel it reputed to have ,i, ep in the field; then a trmation elo.ed about htm and Cbered for 70 year.. Th.a tale [nendary prototype of the mod'v.m Winkle story. HAMEAGGEL: in Hameaggel (Choni the drawer), who became [for his reputed miracles, •pious man who lived durfiist century. According tractate Teanit, Choni, _ng along the road, beheld a Ranting a carob tree. He Jow long it would take bele tree would bear fruit. Itnty years," was the rest :" said Choni, "are you Du will h ve so long?" man answered, "I found %  trees in existence when I |jnt" this world; my foremust have planted them; juld I not plant them for lldivn?" ii it down to eat near the planted tree. After the |he fell asleep, a grotto around him, and he slumIfo: 70 years. Upon awakIhr saw a man gathering pit from the tree. lyou know who planted this 1 he asked. grandfather," was the reni then remarked to himISurcly I must have slept Irs" He went to his home kid where the son of Choni kggi-1 lived. They answered Jhoni's son was no longer |but that his grandson was. en revealed, "I am Choni ^ggel," but they would not him. This disheartened atly that he prayed to or death, and so he died. |te— Many authorities ext/ns story as referring to in Bubylonian exile. BEST WISHES FOR A >ST HAPPY NEW YEAR )VIDENT JEWELRY and JGAGE COMPANY 39 N. Miami Avenue ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR GENERAL Wrigeration Service J732 N. W. 2nd Avenue • Installation Repairs ksehold and Commercial 1 Cream Dairy Equipment Phone 2-3641 y A MOST HAPPY EW YEAR TO ALL lORANGE BOWL 1 Grapefruit Juice 100% Pure Orange and We Serve J REAL PINEAPPLE pOCOANUT PAPAYA TROPICAL PUNCH PHONE 3-9433 [ 232 E. Flagl.r Street Miami, Florida BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SUTTON JEWELRY COMPANY Successors to "Whalers" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3860 Coral Way PHONE 4-9437 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR in JtOLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue. Miami, Florida Phone 9-1781 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS ELY LEVIN GEORGE COHEN SOL LEVIN 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 2-8455 I BEST WISHES from Sears, Roebuck and Co. O I M I A HI I ; i %  ; %  :• 1 i r • < i i %  i j i, 1 i 1 -"



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% \ %  I I PAGE FORTY-TWO +M*istllrridiaii) PALESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS IN REBIRTH OF COUNTRY By EPHRAIM GOLDMAN (Copyright. 1947, Jewish Telegraph c Agency, Inc.) The scientists of Palestine, as a group, are among the most inquisitive and the least inhibited in the world. Pose a problem in Palestine, and swarms of investigators, each looking at it with the skilled eye of his special field of interest, descend on it. No project is too great, and none too small if it is something that affects the future of the Holy Land. New Palestine is a frontier outpost, and in the planning of the country no provision was made for ivory towers. Collective need and practical accomplishment, not personal whim or individual fancy, are the standards by which all things are measured there, Tlv men and women „ s of unn Mj s 1929 /i aled a • was hardly S Balfour lonists gi icul::, ids i xtensive sanitatric pow%  all had I v is no accumu i tifi ipressive findings i .,..,. .,.„, ers of in utilize. Du ng of science, ob serious because they have so much to do in so sh The oin ntific know ic rranean basin I n in!.> foil neglect undi i Tui k si ul< Then n!' ;i century, J< w the Hebn eel the si t hi and ielu( and nu %  11 ve inaugurated a prop in work r foi i ase and the infant>ut the tl : Water Found Underground : pi pie who Palestine tural counAltl igh Paleslays w is .1 garden ime arid and ........ ... ....> | .'^VV'..*1 ... %  *.... : the period of the w nf the first f Smil tine after college ted it from "In 1914, wl iir. There the land Matzuba in G typical. It had sufl icutely from a shortai luring the fl^ seven u loo T was son %  tin i % %  rved on I beca usi was not sufficient I the dishes Many pts were made to obtain wati Finallj the settlemenl tu ned to Prof, Leo Pi, : lepartment of geol : < ew university |> mmediate;lv undi :' survey of the gi •' ture f ln '' ., He number of points : %  ''" %  tnird attempt afl • %  depth ,f 65 meters. I bearing level was reached and Matzuba's water When nany parts of ited with water dis4 cd in ld< n underintry's veral timi s Anotl of '" ul 1S fish, an I ientists •\ have itions. They nducted I shery research, leadm thi develop(C01 I n next 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 NEW YEAR GREETINGS I A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR V RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON PALLAS m ATHENA T HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blue Prints—Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St. PHONE 3-5777 The Most Unique Restaurant In Cosmopolitan Miami Open Daily from 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. 224 W. Flagler St. NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEASONS GREETINGS T MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN DuPont Building AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR T TO ALL... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR !i! 'S PHONE 7-0725 Air Conditioning in Stock Five to Forty Tons 211 N. E. 97th STREET Your Patronage Appreciated BETTER SEAFOOD Wholesale & Retail — hzing In "GREEN TURTLE STEAKS' And All Kinds of Seafood 1370 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 78-3230 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL S.J. 1657 Washington Ave. Realtor FRIDAY. S2MBEB G. K Engineer & Surveyor 1911 Dade County Court House PHONE 3-4431 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TROPICAL METAL CRAFTS. Inc. (Custom Manufacturing) Anything in Stainless Steel From Refrigerator! to Tackle Boxes FREE ESTIMATES 1711 N. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-2259 SEAS0NS OREEJ MR. and % HENRY SHEH an d FAMILY AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N.W. 274 Atl p HONE 3-1427 AHAPPYNLWYEAJio, TROPICAL PLASTICS COMPANY "Designer, and MttttfcJ Plastic Products" 42 N. W. 22nd Ann, PHONE 48-3021 A. V. Harrison D. A. | A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies I. D. MacVICAR President '.XK J. WELLSl Vice Presidett TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK NICOLL Business Opportunities—Buy in Confidence LARGEST AND MOST SELECT LISTINGS IN THE S01TJ PHONE 3-3307 p A N AMERICAN BANKBLJ& A Happy "New Year NORTON TIRE CO., Inc. MIAMI NORTON PALL0T TIRE CO., Inc. MIAMI BEACH



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IY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1947 *Jeniiti Flnr/ktifrn PAGE FORTY-THREE >P SCIENTISTS AT NEW PALESTINE MEDICAL SCHOOL IN JERUSALEM pp Best Wishes For A Happy New Year BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO. 1152 N. E. 1st AVE. PHONE 2-3845 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDGE W. F. BLANTON PROF. SAUL ADLER L f hairman of the I'rc-Faculty of Idicinc for PostRraduate Research [be Hebrew University is a world. nous authority on tropical mediadvised British Army during irld War IL DR HAlM YASSKY The director of the Hadaisah Medical Organization and the RothschildHadassah University Hospital i a key figure in the Univertlty-Hadas. ah Medical Center on ML Scopus, Jerusalem. PROF. BERNHARP ZONOF.K The co-discoverer of the Aschheim* Zondek pregnancy test is a distinguished member of the faculty at the Hebrew University and the director of the University*! Hormone Research Laboratory. •ST1NE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY (of a large-scale fish breedIdustry, and they have resthe industry in Palestine the discovery of a formBtich kills a common Palesmuro-organism which had t the country's inland It her is an important con|i: in everywhere, but it has ial hearing in countries suffer from extremes of I In a country like inc. which is largely subtal. and where the populadrawn from many parts of loild and from many differbmatic zones, the weather is pent I field of investigation. the influences of climate tli ncd. it becomes not ble but necessary to measures to protect the II n, (specially immigrants toiust adjust themselves in surroundings. Scien|i tigation in Palestine has iii SCHNEIDER DYNAMITE and MACHINERY Company it* N. W N. River Drive Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265 led to important conclusions about building materials and clothing, and health and working capacity, in that country. The scientists of the university have also made several contributions to native manufacture in Palestine. Findings have included plastics, chemicals, drugs and building materials. Dr. Chaim Weizmann. former president of the World Zionist Organization (Continued on Page 47) SEASON'S GREETINGS 'EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY ELEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL'S MARKET "A Complete Food Store" 1411 S. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-1285 BILL SHANNON, Prop. A Happy New Year to AH TIP TOP TRIM SHOP Custom-Made Seat Covers—Aulo Tops—Complete Upholstering Glass—Auto Painting We Call for and Deliver 3217 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-1745 MIAMI, fLORIDA A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MARGARET ANN Super Markets 1 %  i i' 1 | P i 1 A. ,' %  MIAMI, FLORIDA TAMPA, FLORIDA i > 8 Have You Tried the New BLUE-GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling result* 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 Phones: Office 6-275 7—Residence 6-2401 IUILDING CONTRACTOR—ALTERATIONS—REPAIRS J. CLAUD CARROLL REALTOR 121 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SERVICE ENGRAVING CO. PHOTO-ENGRAVERS DESIGNERS ILLUSTRATORS PHONE 3-2455 NEW LOCATION: 49 N. W. 22nd STREET Plenty of Parking Space for Customers t • I



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I %  • I PAGE FORTY-FOUR +Jeistn*rldten FRIDAY, S2MBQ,, WHAT DO JEWS THINK OF JESUS? By RABBI MILTON STEINBERG EDITOR'S NOTE: One of A Jrloa'i for.mo.1 rrtbta ••••* Dr. MH.on S.einberg. r.bb. of th. Par* Avenue .ynaOB... I" New Vorfa h.. wr.tten provocative ,pre..ion of th J.w..h vewpo.n on JM. h.. new book. ••Judai.m." publi.h.d dur.ng the Rosh H no H wctk 7 Harcourt. Brace and Co. On. chapter I. repnnted here by .peoal permisaion of the publiahera. • What do Jews think oi Jesus? The query is unanswerable for the reason that there is no one Jesus but many, according to the number of churches in Christendom. But let us circumvent the impasse by recasting our question. Let us ask: "What do Jews think of the Jesus of the Gospels?" Let us take the Gospel story as it stands, strain out of it the episodes that relate of wonderworking, and then ask what Judaism has to say of the Jesus who emerges, who is incidently the Jesus of many liberal Christians. To Jews, that Jesus appear: BS an extraordinarily beautiful' and noble spirit, aglow with love and pity for men, especially for tlie unfortunate and lost, deep in piety, of keen insight into human nature, endowed with a brilliant pift of p;irable. an ardent Jew moreover, a firm believer in the f:iith of his people; all in all, a dedicated teacher of the pnncireligious and ethical, of Judaism. But is he not something more than a teacher? Should he not taken for a moral prophet one who promulgated new. I gher, hitherto unknown princ nles of conduct? Not if the id is examined objectively. The sign.il fact about Jesus is %  ex.ept for some relatively unimportant details, he propoundno ethical doctrine in which Jewish tradition had not anticipated him. Indeed, what he lit was the Jewish tradition as he received it from Scripture and the sages. For every princihe preached, for very many 'lie epigrams and parables he k off, Biblical or rabbinic edent exists. The very phrases the Sermon on the Mount can I paralleled one by one from Jewish devotional literature is time. Nor is it at all true that Jesus introduced the concepts of love compassion into Judaism that ki ew stern justice only. No one \ i considers the Old Testament fail to perceive that ages bethe Nazarene was born. %  • and love had been conci ived in Israel and accepted as entic and supreme virtues. Anyone who studies rabbinic liti iiure will discover that the ideal of humanene !,v Jesus, far from being peculiar to him. was the common aspiration of all good souls in his people and time. This is not to deny Jesus' inality. His was an unexcelled gift for allegi us for incisive utterance, a skill for bringing into sharp focus that which is ived, but as through a darkly. He had great talenl a synthesizer, a tor into organic unity of the disjointed members of a truth And always there is his own personality, a superb achievement in his own right. All this is originality, but, (Continued on Page 46) A Most Happy New Year CORTEZ HOTEL Open the Year Around 241 N. E. 1st AVE. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL STEWART'S JUVENILE FURNITURE and TOYS 1645 Meridian Avenue Just Off Lincoln Road P1 on, \m SEASONS GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-3163 GREETINGS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO Ol'R MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street SEASONS GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street GREETINGS Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street Miami PRINTS "IT ANCHORS TO THE SURFACE" "For the Discriminating" 54S West Flagler Street PHONE 3-4743 "The Home of Delicious Foods" SEASON'S GREETINGS ALBERT E. REAL BUILDER 152 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-1(8 1323 S. W. 8th Street Phone 34111 FACILITIES FOR BUYING. BUILDING AND SELLING ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE "When Better Homes Are Built We Will Build Them" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and DAUGHTEfi AND EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1726 N. W. 36th Street Phone 24SSI TO JEWRY EVERYHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 320 S. W. 2nd Arenue PHONE 48-1731 SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 TO ALL BEST WISHES Pan American Bank Building TO ALL ALL GOOD WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR H. H. LEWIN Real Estate 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5373 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions FEED and SUPPLIES Call 4-3375 SOUTH MIAMI 274 SUNSET DRIVE To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS NEW YEAR GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. 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m UDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewistfhridl§a,n PAGE FORTY-FIVE THE ROSH HASHONAH MOOD By D. SCHOCHER 0 sh Hashonah ushers In the season of the High Holy Days h climax the Jewish religious year. On Rosh Hashonah Yom Kippur the Jewish synagogues and temples are :ked houses," to use a theatrical term. On Rosh Hashonah ^abbi knows that if ever he has an opportunity for his :ing word to be most effective, it is then. e Jewish Rosh Hashonah and the secular New Year seem oi entirely different stuff. The secular New Year is one of ous gaiety. Rosh Hashonah, on the contrary, is a solemn of soul judging, of thinking of your past life, of taking ual stock. .. to bind them? The idea seems too attractive to me spiritually because of the fact that its poetry is so deep. It sees evil not as an abstract thing, but something very real and it is only when we aee wrong ai a materialistic thing that we begin to steer away from it. Rosh Hashonah is a solemn day, but not a day for false solemnity. I like the story they tell of Rabbi Lev Isaac, the great Hassidic sage. He was looking for a "baal tephila," a reader of the prayers for his congregation for Rosh Hashonah. Now the Hassidim make a great ado about the way prayers are said. They believe that prayers are not made to be mumbled. One has to put his whole soul into his prayer—to talk to God as to One they loved. So it was natural that Rabbi Lev Isaac should ask the various applicants for the position of reader what they thought about when they chanted the Rosh Hashonah prayers. One of them replied that he thought about the greatness and majesty of God. The second replied that to his mind came the vision of God delivering the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mt. Sinai. Jewish holiday Seems to with the mood of the seaRosh Hashonah comes when nor is taking leave and autfbcRins to tint the leaves with Ins and darkish reds. Nature hj geema to be abandoning ugh spirits of summer and [ninn meditative, but she is ks beautiful for that. There Icalmness and peace which Bin has above summer. cooler breezes which autbrings are very much welld and perhaps in a way bolizo the welcome which Hashonah receives. Rosh lonali is a solemn holy day, las the Jew sits down to his \y... meal, upon returning "schule," he has his family %  a bit of sweet honey, an try for the coming year. [v old pious Jews used to from sleeping on the day Bsii Hashonah—not the night you—because it was taken if (slept on Rosh Hashonah you |d "sleep away" the year and Jews want to be active, up |d"ing the year round. Ansymbolic practice is that of png a lake or a river "to your sins in." Neither the nor the Talmud mention I such practice. It seems to arisen some time in the 14th Bth century among the Polish [German Jews. It has clung %  use it is the spirit and train of the day. It is a startling when you come to think of )nly a people of deep spiritMs could have conceived it. ; of it. Gathering up all sins, wrapping them up in a I as it were, and casting in the sea. What packages, | the Germans would have to Would there be enough fcr to do them in, cord enough | SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS NICK'S WHEEL ALIGNING 100 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 IA HAPPY NEW YEAR ^APT. J. A. GRENIER REALTOR 463 41st Street MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR I fEAUTY SHDPPE 1355 Washington Av. MIAMI BEACH The third applicant said: "Rebbe, I will tell you. I am a simple man. I have three daughters who are looking to get married and I am very concerned about them. When I recite the Rosh Hashonah prayers, I am sure I will say in my heart, 'Dear God, you know my three daughters. I want them to get married. Please, dear God, help me achieve this'." Reb Lev Isaac turned to the third applicant and said: "I am hiring you. I see that you are an honest man." Reb Lev Isaac is famous for the colloquies with God that he was wont to have an Rosh Hashonah. Reb Lev Isaac would talk very plain to God and argue very earnestly that God must treat the Jews right and give them a happy new year. No one could speak more plainly to God than he. He liked to tell the Lord how deserving his people were, yet at the same time sometimes he could say a very salty thing the other way around. Once during the High Holy Days, Reb Isaac said, "The Jews today are much better than their forefathers." He pointed to one Jew who was reciting that part of the liturgy which reads: "We have sinned, we have falsified, we have robbed." "You see," said Reb Lev Isaac, "when our ancestors said that they weren't telling the truth. But today when we say it we tell the truth. We are more honest today." Yet for all that, there was no stouter "lawyer" for the common Jew than this great rabbi of sainted memory. The words that he spoke on Rosh Hashonah may still revitalize us today. MAY THIS YEAR BRING TO ALL MUCH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY TINDELL GROCERY COMPANY 2220 N. W. 36th Street Phone 3-7052 Telephones 3-4914 2-4535 Night Phone 5-2047 CITY PRODUCE COMPANY JOBBERS TO JOBBERS H. "HYMIE" SWERDLIN, Sales Manager 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami 37, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC, INC. 1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576 > & Biscayne Boulevard Phone 3-7748 CUSTOMS BROKER — STEVEDORES Operating on City Dock and Terminal Dock Terminal Dock Phone City Dock Phone 3-7748 9-34 0 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mill GLASS COMPANY 2320 W. Flagler Street ">• 4 8873 MIRRORS ~ CONTRACT WORK AUTO GLASS GLASS OF ALL ENDS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Are. Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR CITY AWNING CO. 473 West Flagler Street 2-1719 HARRY M. GOLDSTEIN Proprietor HAPPY NEW YEAR REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCHERS $ ELI, MAX and AL SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETT'S RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR L Pan American Bank Building INSURANCE 3-3331 Best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year! AMERICAN OIL COMPANY i 1 •• J • >* ** •



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%  W;7?S'i3E^f*e£ r I 1 i i I PAGE FORTY-SIX **> + lfwist>tkri<03*L phy. science and art of the ,.p ,„ I his t,mc FRIDAY^S EPTE^^ What Di Jews Think of JessJ •shall no1 • ly n %  '" ii his outlook is lofty, it u nw -There are some piW Th ,. n too (Continued from Page 44) In this light, one sees the logic behind his estimate of marriage when he lauds those "which make themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake;" his judgment on family life when he says, "There is no man that hath lefl house, or parents, or brethren, 01 wife, or children, for the kingdom of God's sake, who shall not receive manifold more in this present time, and in the world to come life everlasting"'; his advice to his followers to "take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat or what ye shall drink." All these are counsels natural to one who has turned his back on the world to begin with and in addition believes the end of the days to be at hand. But thej except for the man ..on a secondary or derivative plane. It consists not in creatio ex nihilo but in rearranging and furbishing that which is already acknowl edged. The m however, is an inn vat r, pi claiming a hitherto unsuspected By '.his definition, Ji i ever else he majl havi no prophet. As was indeed, by Julii well-known Christ thority, whi not a Christian; He did not ] He would see %  the Mess Id prophi God's king said, be fulfilled." standing here that shall not last. ^^ lua death .Hi they see th. Kingdom his M1V a1 -^ ,£ God coming with pow. say about jnd many of touch him "' ,ther worldliness and many <" ,. .,, %  ibolisn '"''•""" slavery, bi I "''' f '' r '' Of course, he was : sured. about I '" ,urin statism ; ; nd unperturbi I bj th. tyranny ol he R m i n Ei ender ui *' titute how it I' : His u? "Muss lii for th ];/! ,. .. full imi in8 K ,f all, his • the prophets f the Old Tcsl political ,ls thi V j Nor v •'""" :! gether urn i few • E n. • .. allRequired iragi but the %  unl it dis%  %  %  iction I gell n Bui not J t, then al least ii all : : tenthat Jesus %  lion i.I : %  48 NEW YEAR GREETINGS T MERRILL STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI Phone 91711 GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1849 James Arenu* PHONE 5-3849 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding Of All Jewelry tion of thi advenl ustifying i: him Again Ju rred vs by the worldplayed, h affairs and d his a and in the tempei f %  • Togetl convinced I oider of nature an was a", hand, tl al aRe was soon to be What is mo-e, hi • %  revolution in : %  fel me of his followers. "Tl n," he nt< resl n and ROYAL BAKING COMPANY EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS : NILS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR in T IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers Bars— Booths—Selees Cushions—Walls—Kitchen Nooks REPAIRS 818 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-5046 A HAPPY NEW YEAR HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY Complete Drug Service 936 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-7541 GREETINGS RUSS SEIFERTH PLUMBING, HEATING AND GAS PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 543 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 9-1108 HARRY ROSEN and HARRY SEIGEL WISH Al I A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CARRIB NOVELTY CO. Imported and Domestic Novelties 44 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 3 0110 T SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Cl rial art V SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS, Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club 8c Casino Equipment TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 5-7111 ENFIELD'S TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW A GEORGE OBENod Roofing and Sheets Contractor 190 N.E. 63rd &*, PHONE 7-2612 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YFJ, | 'Musical Instruments RepaW| BOUGHT and SOLD 507 N. W. Miami Co* PHONE 3-5221 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KOCH WOODWORK SHOP INTERIOR WOODWORK INTERIOR WOODWORK STATION WAGONS A SPECIAL!! 2253 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONEME GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR CHARLIE'S MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone Ml TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY OLD HOLLAND SOAP Manufactured By The OLD HOLLAND CHEMICAL CO.. Inc. The All-Purpose Soap Powder" Specially Manufactured for Use in Hard Water HI 1684 N. W. 27th AVENUE PHONE Ml '5 OK SHOP General Auto Repairing "Specialize in Buicks" 20 N. E. 13th Street PHONE 9-4436 BILL PENN. Pn,,, Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR JUDY HARMON of New York BEAUTY SALON Blackstone Hotel Bldg. 848 Washington Ave. PHONE 5-9545 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload Phone 3-6491 2186 N. W. 13th Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4 4461 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTS' Palm Beach—247 Worth Av. 620 Fifth Avenue, New Yo



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%  (AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 +Jewisf>fkr£drfar PAGE FORTY-SEVEN LESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY r Continued from Page 43) be chairman of the board of bora of the Hebrew universt,nil an eminent chemist in k.n. has perfected a new |c fabric which is said to be fior to nylon, and Dr. H. has demonstrated that tor paper production can anufactured from Palestine %  V cal School Projected wever, things are for people, hoi people for things. From p nt of view, the major ,ution of Jewish scientists stine has been in the realm dical science and public In this area, two Palesii ageflcies have played a fecant role. One is the pretv iif medicine of the Hebrew ieis:ty, which has been en\ m medical research. The is the Hadassah Medical nation, which is the only hition offering public health livs to all the people of Palese two agencies were cret,i satisfy a vital need of the Palestine. Today they are |, ,ii resources in the uni|ty-Hadassah medical center rder to improve their serlo the Palestine community. have gone further—they are Palestine's first medical ,! on Mt. Scopus in Jerun to assure a high level of 1th care in the Holy Land. United States, the AmeriiFriends of the Hebrew uni,jt Hadassah and the Ameri[j, .vish Physicians committee foint sponsors of a $4,000,000 school campaign to estabthe Hebrew university-Hajledical school. Half of medical school quota, $2,000,ady has been raised. planning of a medical in Mt. Scopus has been ible by the physical L/ ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Ian American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 In the Heart of Downtown Miami JRF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 Opp. Cor. Elks Club plant which exists at the University-Hadassah Medical Center —the Rothschild-Hadassah-University hospital and the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing of Hadassah, and the post-graduate medical research facilities in the Nathan Ratnoff building of the university—as well as the brilliant work of the staffs of the Hadassah Medical Organization and the university. Top Flight Medical Scientists Prof. Saul Adler, the chairman of the pre-faculty of medicine for post-graduate research of the university, is a world-famous authority on tropical medicine. His major concentration has been on the various aspects of leishmaniasis. This work has an important relation to the control of kalaazar and oriental sore. From 1930 to 1932 he headed the expedition of the Royal Society of London and the Hebrew university to investigate the dread kalaazar disease in Sicily and Malta, and he received the Chalmers medal of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in recognition of his work. The disease commonly known as oriental sore is relatively mild in Palestine, but it has a marked virulence in the Far East. Recently officials of the United Nations suggested to Dr. Adler that he go to China to study on the spot an outbreak of oriental sore which is threatening the lives of millions of people. It is a striking tribute to the quality of the work done at the Hebrew university that one of its men should have been sought out for this vital mission. Two other outstanding medical scientists of the Hebrew university are Prof. Leonid Doljanski, head of the department of experimental pathology, and Prof. Ludwig Halberstaedter, head of the department of radiology, who have brought an international reputation to the cancer research laboratories of the university and the hospital. These are the first laboratories in the Middle East to be devoted to cancer research and treatment, and last year's grant to the laboratories by the British Emipre cancer campaign was the first ever to be made by the campaign outside the British isles. Prof. Bernhard Zondek is another scientist who has achieved world eminence for his work at the university and the hospital. Dr. Zondek, the co-discoverer of the Aschheim-Zondek pregnancy test, is professor of gynecology at the university and head of the gynecological-obstetrical depart(Continued on Page 48) KARL SQUIRES ENGINEERS Civil Engineers. Surveyors Maps 210 Calumet Building PHONE 3-8270 SEASON'S GREETINGS SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. of CANADA 218 Shoreland Building PHONE 3-8797 W. KEITH PHILLIPS ALEX S. COHEN SAM KATZ SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES T. WILSON Superintendent of Public Instruction H. OPENING OCTOBER 1st THE LEAR SCHOOL Joining and All-Day Sessions fuisciy through 12th Grades •ORNINGS: Outdoor Academic nstruction. Complete ComnnrcII Courses. AFTERNOONS: Music, Art, and r.imatics. Large Private Swiming Pool on Premises. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN 1010 West Avenue, M. B. Phone 5-0606 IDA R, LEAR, Director HAPPY HOLIDAYS The Best the Market Affords it Reasonable Prices DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 A Most Happy New Year Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fred and Herbert Abrams Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 NEWMAN'S SIGNS '•WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. and MRS. EUGENE WEISS NEW YEAR GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Mkrrru Beach, Ffa. 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V • t %  PAGE FORTY-EIGHT vbnishflcrMton .raPA^j grEMufr PALESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY (Continued, from Page 47) ment at the hospital. He is also head of the Harmone Research laboratory, which has been ened in work of considerable Importance in the development of thromboplastin (substances with strong blood-coagulating properties). Experiments have evolved a new method of preparing thromboplastin derived from a human source so as to eliminate the possibility of toxic reactions. The direction discovered that the hulaboratory under Dr. Zondek's placenta can be utilized for this purpose, and for the first time has established that wound healing can be placed on a bio.,; basis. The investigations ir tins field should have farreaching results, and the Palestungovernment board of scienI industrial research has pro> a gi ant for the continu:. „f the study by the laboratory. Malaria Controlled The late Prof. Israel J. Kligler. head epartment of bacteri.1 public health and diuniversity's malaria rese tation at Rosh Pinah. e. until his death in 1944, I OUS aspects of I; was in the field ntrol that Dr. Krigi ati -: distinction. •. recognized as one of l's loading experts. To malai ia control prolue the fact that Palestine nly country in the Middle • u iw of portance. Kligler's pioneering work ntinued by the present if the malaria research Ihe brilliant Prof. Gideon '.'. ; 'A II, Dr. .. • n the rank of nel in the British i VIedi | and gl .. malaria ronl unit which served in highlarial areas in Iraq. Persia : a. His contribution to : effort was recognized by who decorated him Ihe Order of the British (O.B.E.). The scientific and health work n and women of the university and the projected Hebrew university -Had a S a h Medical school will be a constant source of inspiration not only to the scientists and medical men of Palestine but to the Jewish people in general. Their scientific labors will benefit all the peoples of Palestine—Jews and Arabs alike. At the same time they will contribute their share, the share of the Jewish people, to the advancement of science and m< knowledge for the good of humanity at large. GREETINGS RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Flaqler Street PHONE 3-2197 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. Anchor Brand Products Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone S-43S3 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS SEASON'S GREETINGS HOI E. MQREDQCK Company 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 3-5433—P. O. Box 1790 Miami 10, Florida International Motor Trucks Power Units, McCormickDeering Tractors Farm Machinery What Ho Jews Think Of Jesus? (Continued from Page 40) He was capable of bursts of illtemper, as when he cursed the towns of Capernaum, Chorazin and Beth Saida. or when he denounced a fig tree for not yielding fruit to appease his hunger, though it was not the fruit bearing season. And hi was intemperate in hi mnation of the scribes and Pharisees, most of whom weie thoroughly honest and dedicated men. Finally. there ai e al li of chauvinism in him. When a Canaan ite woman pleads with him to heal her daughter, he responds: "It is wrong to take the children's br< throw it to the little dogs" He declares explicitly: "I am not sent except to the lost i p : the House ol rsrael." To him "Gentile and -publican" are equally terms of opprobrium. And he plainly instructs the Apostles not to bear his message to non-Jews. These failings are understandable and pardonable as human frailties. Certainly they are more than offset by virtues. The point la however, that they are inconsistent with any claim to perfection on J.sus' behalf, with any suggestion that he constitutes a paragon to be uncritically revered and emulated without reservation. Very well. then, says the Christian, let it be conceded that Jesus is neither God. nor uniquely His son. nor the Messiah, nor a moral prophet, nor even an impeccable human being. Certainly he was. despite his frailties, a great man. a gifted and exalted teacher. Will not the Jews accept him as such? To which tinanswer of Jews runs: 'Have Jews, except under the extremest provocation, ever quarreled with such a presents tion of him'.'" NEW YEAR GREETINGS EMPIRE GROCERY & MARKET 78 Collins Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N. W. 14th Street p COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS JACK ROHER. Proprietor A Most Happy New Year Jo All Jewry Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASONS GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 GREETINGS EflTABITE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-9041 LOBEL'S MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue Ml* FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS GROCQUB Delivery Service P 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 TO ALL i 'S A HAPPY NEW YEAR s $ IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERB FRINK ,„,. • !,u Mac 130R N. E. BAYSHORE CT. WRECKS REBUILT Your Satisfaction—Our Pleasure &5/-!l. MacArthur Causeway] PHONE 2-6611 MttHMMM| NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS I 1 I '1' NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER A Happy New Year HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN of the Phone s38 S ABANA SP0R TSWEAR SHOP Resor, Wear | or Men J^MST" ^^ NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL VA L C. CLEARY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SEASON'S GREETINGS C & F TRUCK BODY & TRAILFR cu^ 2105 S. W. 32nd Avenue LER SH0P Electric and Acetylene Weldi„„ „ 48 3?66 eWeldma ~ General Iron Work fe^**^Zf1 NE W YEAR GREETINGS" i Washin^A^J 000 %  VICTORY POOD MARKET^ 5 0 343 ^Washington Avenue iifi.— ^7-.-xA*1 iUgfl iftf" iftT T



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LY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jewish ftorldHam PAGE FORTY-NINE TENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707 By BERL CORALNIK JERUSALEM. e year 5707 in Palestine will be known as the "Year of ," for it jeft us amid bursting bombs and whistling bullets, rror came both from the British government and the Palesdministration, as well as from dissident Jewish groups, i a terror designed against the very roots of Zionism and e of the Yishuv. e Yishuv struggled hard to maintain inner discipline, e the fact that the Jewish Agency executive members imprisoned in Latrun for months, as were the chairman Jewish National Council and other prominent leaders, and the daily hostile measures and terrorism greeted and supported this new policy, hoping that the struggle would enter a new and more effective phase. General Barker's infamous remark about beating the Jews in the "most sensitive spot, their pockets," was to be used as a boomerang against the British whose pockets are generally considered to be quite sensitive. The second logical step in the new campaign would have been to recall all Jews employed by the government. Had such a step been taken, the entire Palestine administration would have been paralyzed. Although the Jewish members of several governmental committees were recalled, no further steps along these lines were taken, which led to a growing dissatisfaction in the Yishuv. administration. While the Palestine issue remained uded in midair, the Jewish |unity of Palestine was resoi combatting the governoppression as well as the of the dissident groups to away, to take the law into (own hands and lead the rest Yishuv in their footsteps New Year 5707 began in lluiky way. Basic Zionist were at stake, and the Ions: "Whither Yishuv? ler Zionism?" did not then, fcy still don't today, evoke a lever, the first and foregoul in the year 5707 was: immigration to Palestine, any and every condition, In spite of every obstacle in its way! This goal found Ission in an important meetleld during the year of the km of the Jewish National til and representatives of Dipalities and local city Ills. At this conference a of $400,000 was created, with lie purpose the stimulation itional Jewish immigration iBBtine. Despite the fact that municipal budgets require imental approval, the sum Raised from the budgets of tine's city and town councils. step was also the begin1 of the Yishuv's policy of ^operation with the governAll those in the Yishuv %  vere opposed to bloodshed In July of last year, shortly before the arrests of the agency leaders, a meeting in Paris of agency representatives in Jerusalem, London and New York was called for the purpose of stock-taking. At this gathering the agency rejected the so-called Morrison plan and demanded in its place the granting immediately of 100,000 certificates for the speedy immigration of 100,000 Jews to Palestine. In addition, the agency demanded that full autonomy be given the area where the projected Jewish state would be and that full control over immigration be given the government of this area. These demands were communicated to Britain and the United States. President Truman supported these demands and informed the British of his opinion. London, however, came up with a conference of the Arab states, and the Arabs and Jews in Palestine, for the purpose of exploring the problem further. Because of the arrests of the agency leaders and the government's repressive measures, as well as London's refusal to use the agency's demands as a basis for discussion, the agency refused to participate in these conferences. (Continued on Page 54) Mr. and Mrs. DAVID Vll/.l> and Family it WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Joli ii B. Orr, I in*. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 2-4159 25 N. E. 20th Street y SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I B Leatherman CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY 1 •? IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL IEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR Nathan Mayo Commissioner of Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA Baron de Hirsch Meyer EXTENDS TO HIS MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR i i 1 I 1 < 1 1. ; ( 1 1 1 1 t T f BEST WISHES for BETTER LIVING in the NEW YEAR Ihe Florida Power & Light Company is carrying out an $85,000,000 program to expand its facilities so that more people may enjoy clean, modern, economical efficient electric service in their homes. This is our contribution to better living in Florida. %  i i IT ',! DAVE BOSWORTH, District Manager FLORIDA mi km • UllO



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L I PAGE FIFTY *JtnHt thrift !" !" >AY. SEPTEMBtB Europe ... As Seen By Moses A. Leavitt Bu MOSES A. LEAVITT Executive Vice Chairman. Joint Distribution Comnutta EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article by Moses A. Leavitt. execu tie vice Chairman of the Joint Distribution Commltt... il ba..d on hi. personal observations of the conditions, hopes and fears of the Jewisn survivors in European lands at the close of the year 5707. Mr, Leavitt, an outstanding author.ty on relief and rehabilitation, has recently returned from a ten-week inspection trip during which he surveyed Jewish needs in nearly every country in Europe. • After returning from the chaos of Europe to the well ordered way of life in the United States, it is almost impossible to formulate impressions in a phrase. Conditions vary so greatly from country to country that when one crosses a border he invariably finds himself in a different world. Although these changing conditions make it difficult to generalize, certain basic facts are true for nearly all sections of Europe. The tremendous scale of destruction is perhaps the first fact that impresses itself on the mind of the American observer. It is impossible for any one who has not seen it to picture hundreds of thousands of homes in ruins. tens of thousands of factories destroyed, the incredible loss in livestock, machines and tools. So great is the desti ucti in that it heroines immediately clear that the United States steps in a major JDC problem. Thn, he Incomes the victim of what the ci miinologists call "prison psychology." In the ease of disj placed .lews this state of mind is complicated by the knowledge that they are innocent of any crime against society or against their fellow man. Displaced Jews in Germany, i \m\i; MOTORS GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone J TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and .11 rs. Ij'on llt :* and Soi of the BLACKSTONE FOOD MARKET 737 Washington Avenue Phone ml BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GENERAL INSULATING CO. MAKE YOUR HOME COOLER MIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ROY RANSON NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN CABANAS PRIVATE BEACH 7132 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 8-ffll 420 Lincoln Road Phone 58-1139 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. W. 8th Street Phone r2m Under the Management of MR. and MRS. LOUIS KATZ TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR i 1 MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON George's Garage, Inc. 170 N. E. First Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NKW YEAH TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS 8! W vor rwr WAVE A MAGIC WAMD .TO I'ltOI Ml YOI II LOVED W Holiday Greeting/! &%* STORE J I W PHONE "1, % 2-3I5I W INSURANCE WL SEyBOLD k CV BUIIDM6 GreedH* But You Can Give Them and Yourself Adequate Protection With A Combination Non-Cancellable Disability and Life Insurance PoW ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. WE INVITE INQUIRIES ACCIDENT & HEALTH DEP^



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ly, SEPTE MBER 12, 1947 •*Jewish fkrMbvn PAGE FTFTY-Ol ipe ... AsSeenByMosesAleavitt Jnued from previous page) | lui.il too long. In effort to bolster sagging B nd provide productive Its for displaced Jews who ailing for governments and bvernmental bodies to de 'hether or not they arc t( %  a future, the JDC initiated Irk-, program. In Austria lallv. where the number of DP's is smaller—about important progress has Knade in providing produc lecupations. U projects Have been <>pIg for the past five months. Tpi intod money—scripjs handed out to workers t me nt for their efforts. With temp they go to specially ed .IDC canteens and puradditional food, clothing lomfort items, hen 1 asked the storekeeper: JDC canteens what articles ,!, greatest demand, they D1 Vc! "lied sheets and pillow So many years have since the Jewish DP's on sheets, that linens me a symbol of the dell • they once knew. Italy, too. the situation is Jing. Up to a few months %  there had been a constant iver in the DP population in fcountry. They came in from nany, Austria and other left on boats, and others to take their place. Today. It has become increasingly full to reach Palestine, there growing conviction among )P'. in Italy that they will i to remain a longer time than [had originally contemplated I too, are beginning to think irms of long-range projects. pcquiring new skills so that make adequate eontribns to their new home when y. >n opportunities are %  able to them. One of the impressive achievements in Italy is the excellent JDC medical program. It is of an exceptionally high standard because the doctors, nui ses and technicians who administer it are self-sacrificing in their devotion to the people they have underaken to help. In contrast to conditions in Germany, Austria and Italy •here helplessness and despair %  •ere noticeable at every turn, Czechoslovakia was a land of smiling people, of working people filled with vitality and the desire to rebuild. The Jews in that country, small in number, are for the most part slowly and steadily recovering. In Bratislava I officiated at the opening of a weavers' cooperative where 100 women earn their livelihoods with handlooms. The wool was supplied by the government and the finished cloth was sold back to the government. This is the second weavers' cooperative started with JDC funds. The general feeling among Czech leaders is that another six or seven such enterprises are needed to provide productive employment for another 1,000 widows and girls, who today are main'ained on relief but who could become self-sufficient if properly trained. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the JDC European Executive committee, joined me in Prague and together we went into Poland. Our first step was Lower Silesia. Dr. Schwartz, who had not been in that section for nearly a year, was amazed at the progress that had been made since his last visit. The province is rich and fertile. The factories and mines are working and nearly all the employable Jews are working too. Some 4,500 of the 50,000 Jews in Silesia are in producers' cooperatives which provide full (Continued on next page) Mr. and Mrs. David II row II and Family WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. BARNEY WEINKLE DR. and MRS. MILTON L. WEINKLE DR. W. STANLEY WEINKLE EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich and Family Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Ballas DALLAS GROCERY 6700 N. W. 15th Avenue Phone 7-9578 [BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR : LORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street 10ST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALLL Midwest Poultry. Fish & Egg Co. You Get the Best At Midwest FRESH FISH SEAFOOD DAILY Open Sunday Till Noon 1832 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-2279 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Varsity Cleaners 203 Alhambra Circle 178 S. W. 17th Ave. TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR B. im. Hanson, Realtor Specializing in Southwest Properties 2269 Coral Way Phone 48-3706 Miami 35, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR DE BOLIAC CO. 440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2-5294 Truck Service and Equipment — Garwood Sales and Service FLEET MAINTENANCE — STEEL FABRICATION HAPPY NEW EAR TO ALL "Lots For Sale" Jmall Down and Monthly Payments CALL oin llarkdull REAL ESTATE 4610 N. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 7-2035 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Eleetrolux Corporation Happy To Announce Their NEW LOCATION 172 N. E. 40th Street PHONE 7-7502 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR ANDRE Inc. 1121 Washington Avenue 58-3614 58-3615 Makers of Fine Candies Handed Fruit Shippers WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF ROSH HASHONA TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS y Mr. and Mrs. Mayer IL Frankel GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS George "DUKHILL" Adler 115 N. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-5477 SEASON'S GREETINGS MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, Inc. FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY — ANNUAL DIVIDENDS — Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471 SEASON'S GREETINGS ACE CONCRETE SERVICE CO. Complete Concrete Placing Service & Masonry Phones 8-1796 — 7-6465 3153 N. W. South River Drive • i !w i <•' j %  : •I 1' ',



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PAGE FIFTY-TWO *Jenist> nurfcMgn FRIDAY, i gary into Austria, going through Europe ... As Seen By Moses Aleavitt f ---^-^ w hHstrippcd (Continued from previous page) I pogroms in Poland, support for some 16.000 individu-1 Hungary was n,v als. There are also a number of Jews working in government factories, nationalized coal mines, textile mills and glass works. Between the two groups—those in the cooperatives and those in government-operated factories— there is a great discrepancy in wages. A Jewish worker in the t imperatives earns from two to three times the salary of the employee in the nationalized plants and mines. The 7.000 or 8,000 zlotys a month (approximately S70 or $80) which is the standard wage in the government enterprises cannot be stretched to provide clothing, shoes, medical care or to meet the food requirements of an entire family. In conseary. There isn't a Jew among the nearly 200.000 in thnt unhappy land who has not received JDC assistance. Here is a country them systematically of whatever funds and clothing they earned with them. To make their situation more tragic, those who arrive! after April 21 have been n %  aid by the United States military authorities or the International Refugee Organization. SEPTEMBQ, where there is not enough money A; f rs ,] u number was small, in circulation for the normal proBv j lllv [5 lt had grown to nearly cesses of trade. I : 4.000. Today, it has reached the partment stores withoul a single daggering figure of 7.">i>0 Jewish customer because no one has re f u g ees who are entirely deenough money to pu chase anypen( |ent upon the JDC for shelving except the bares! necessiu ,.. f 00 j and medical ties of life. ca re : ; '' "lost nuserThe economic facts of the conna ^j e people I have seen in all my try necessitate major emphasis i ra vels Because no suitable on provision of clothing. During the first six monl li'^7. the JDC distributed 265.000 complete outfits to need;. Hul So scarci iles that 1 scrap :s wasti d. Even the mand-hand ial in unusable s< c %  • %  > quence. large numbers of Polish Ull „ r .-,i J .u tn< I SSI d an for supplementary assistance. ~ _•, i von though they are actually employed on a full-time job. When you come into old Poland there is not only industrial activity but cultural life Jewish newspapers are flourishing. The Jewish theatre has had M: 'l} y ,J iU a rebirth. Books are being published once again. Every sizeable Jewish community has its : terary Verrein. An amazing job %  been done in collecting hiscal material covering every ;e of the Jewish tragedy. The JDC distribution of matzoh 5t Passover served as a census of Polish Jews. Since some 94.000 :ed for Passover foods, it is fe to assume that that number resents nearly the entire Jewpopulation of Poland. The exodus which only a j reached the proportions of a llong mass flight has all but si 'pped. The Jews in Poland tofeel more secure. Jewish kers in factories and in mines t Id me that anti-Semitism ap ..red to be on the wane. The vnment has taken aggressive n to fight anti-Semitism, but n >ne was ready to guarantee I there would be no further There are other critical problems for the JDC in Hun is the col issal task of providing all orsupplementary food well "" '' ''"' ^ ew sn PP" ulation. There is the problem of | 1 .500 Jewis I 200 of thi m in 00 JDC su| I to then Although I did not go into Rumania. I talk ny of the .feus wh 1 fled fi m th< famineea of M ildavia, to seek haven in the DP camps in Germany Ausl I had moved ai into Hungary and aci >ss Hunbuildings havi 1 een made available for them, 30 to 40 are com! to live in a single room. In France, too, there is an inbut one without tragic 0vi rtones Some 1.500 pernto France m the DP camps (Cont • ued on next page) GREETINGS While"* Liquor Slors PHONE 48-6846 2212 S. W. 8th St. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MERCHANTS EGG CO. Wholesale and Retail EGGS FRESH DAILY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-2927 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. W. Walson. Jr. CITY ATTORNEY Miami. Florida Mr. and Mrs. 1 SEASON'S GREETINGS $ • *TO0P INSURANCE AGENCT Fire %  Windstorm AutonJ Casualty DIVIDEND SAVINGS Security-Protection-Sen, 2010 N. E. 2nd AH Phone 2-7615 s GARAGE GENERAL REPAIR Electric and Acetylene WELDING 2985 N. W. 54th Street PHONE 78-1161 GREETINGS TOM DUPREE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2743 SEASON'S GREETINGS from Mans llrolhcrs RADIO 2210 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-4958 l" T SEASON'S GREETINGS AUTO LOCK and HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. Send Us Your Lock Troubles Phone 9-3144 J. P. and JOHN NILON 1304 N. E. 2nd Ave. SEASON'S GREETINGS 475 41st Street Road Seric 5-91)1 WASHING — POLISHING — LUBRICATION TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES liohhs Service Station T Cut Flown 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 Flowers Telegraphed LANSIIX'S FLOW Kit* A. V\ STOLL. Proprietor FLORAL DESIGNS — WEDDING BOUQUETS 2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miarni 37, Flo. T A Happy New Year To All L. MURRAY DIXON Architect 605 Lincoln Road 58-1671 Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Jr. S. W. FIRST STREET SEASONS GREETINGS T Ed's Standard Service • '•'•" th A Smile" TRY OUR GREASE JOBS LUBRICATION SPECIALISTS Quality STANDARD Products 904 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO ALL Shop Us First For The Best In Musical Merchandtu PIIIL PITT'S v,:; 36 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-5181 Miami's Oldest Complete Music Store ..... -— GREETINGS !i { II. C 1 I m an Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLA. SEASON'S BEST WISHES STIMKLIX 4P "That Good Gulf Service" LUBRICATION SPECIALISTS — PROMPT SERVICE 276 N. W. 5th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Modern Paint Company. !"<• PAINTING CONTRACTORS Operated by Fred Walker 2531 N. W. 2nd Avenue P hone 2 35 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Blue Angel Bar and Grill Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure SOME AS GOOD—NONE BETTER The Best for Less 1230 N. W. 79th Street Phone ? g445 T GREETINGS TO ALL J ii Kuta's Yacht Basin "84 N. W North Riv.r Drive Phone 2-3067 MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING Happiness. Joy and B'roHperitl TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND TO ALL JEWRY Schrager's, Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 2-0707 "HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHAJUMCf



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IY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 Jewish ncridHan PAGE FIFTY-THREE Hope... j| the Truth )R. JACOB H. KAPLAN Emeritus, Temple Israel; Sclent. Florida State Rabbinical Association Shono Tova Tikosayvu. you be inscribed for a good I wishes are brief, but my are great in this coming May you, together with L|,. house of Israel, together %  he house of humanity, be (>ecl for a Good Year. | HOPE for a good year is LQ Jews spend some of the [wealth we are pouring out fend ourselves against the |s of every animal that for telling the truth, the truth, and nothing but the | about us Jews daily, conin newspapers, over radio %  •ks, and in every way posDin the truth into the ears I fair-minded men and wom|ery few of whom really anything about the Jews. tell the truth about our Dn. about our homes, about lusincss dealings, about our Bes. about our interest in noble project for human te. There are millions of lians who have been fed ruths about the Jews in the \h. and whole lies by the Semites. Let's tell the truth fcse fine Christian men and who want to know the hiding neither our virtues tie vices of some of our us organize a Committee lusincss Ethics in EVERY %  unity, and present to every |ii. our midst the choice of acting in accordance with II standards of life or be led by us as Jews unworthy ar the name Jew in our may we continue to be a JASON'S GREETINGS imi Food Store 165 N. E. 14th Street Phone 3-2038 SW YEAR GREETINGS oral Gables Garage [132 Giralda Avenue Phone 4-2424 EASON'S GREETINGS Howard rup Co., Inc. Formerly JRTIS ISLE PRODUCTS Now Located 28 S. W. 8th STREET Phone 48-2116 blessing to all the families of the earth as we have been throughout the centuries by our stubborn adherence to the laws of our Torah. May God bless us and all humanity in the coming year with PEACE on the principles of JUSTICE. Amen. Europe As I Saw It (Continued from previous page) of Germany and Austria. JDC has on contract some 800 rooms in hotels where the infiltrees are housed until suitable accommodations can be found for them. The cost is very high, and the JDC budget in France is rising every month. Studies we have made, however, point up the fact that after three months in France the majority of the refugees are able to support themselves, many of them through JDC vocational training projects and other economic aids. One of the questions in my mind before I went overseas was "How long must we carry on?" Over there I found the answer to that question, for it is impossible to visualize the extent of the poverty, the destitution and the tragedy from this side of the Atlantic. Now in the third year of peace many Jews are working and beginning to get back on their feet, but they are still unable to care a* Mr. and Mrs. M. LIJNDY AND Lundy's Market 1435 Washington Ave. EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS and RELATIVES A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Charles B. Fine Watch and Jewelry REPAIRING Watch Materials and Tools OUR SPECIALTY 1201 Pan American Bank Bldg. S! SEASON'S GREETINGS tf Marinda's Gift Shop Lincoln Road Phone 5-3S81 ^•Painted Novelties • Greeting Cards • Original Gifts *< %  •' %  for their own. They still are unable to support the aged, the orphans, the sick and maintain their religious institutions. If the support of the "Joint" were withdrawn today, nearly all Jewish social services would completely collapse tomorrow, bringing added tragedy and hopelessness to Europe's Jews. From this fact we get the answer to our question, "How long must we carry on?" The Jews of America must continue to provide large scale funds not only for emergency relief, but also for reconstruction—economic assistance. If the funds are available to make the Jews of Europe self-sustaining and self-supporting, the span of time until they can take care of their own will be greatly shortened. Adequate help sent today over and above what is needed for food and clothing, will mean that urgent relief needs will be greatly diminished tomorrow. SEASON'S GREETINGS Marion Butler REAL ESTATE 1616 Alton Road Phone 5-6409 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Famous Baking Corp. 463 W. Flagler St. 3-8146 Specializing in Hotel and Restaurant Service Bread Rolls Cakes r A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Eatwell Restaurant Some As Good None Better "The Best for Less" 909 N. Miami Ave. MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS from y WHITE STAR GROCERY 63 N. E. 17th Street r HAPPY NEW YEAR University of Miami CORAL GABLES GREETINGS American Pharmacy. Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 Marion Drug Store 1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621 Rockmoor Pharmacy 5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011 GREETINGS Ace-Saxon Cigarette Service 3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677 CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES A Service Institution GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Kassin's Linen Shop 657 Lincoln Road 104 E. Flagler Street Raymond-Abe-Leon-Morris To Our Many Friends & Patrons A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Goldstein Clothing Exchange 439 N. Miami Ave. Miami Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN and Family Extend New Year Wishes to All SEASON'S GREETINGS Jensen's Liquor Tavern BAR and PACKAGE STORE We Carry A Full Line of Package Goods CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES 1646 S. W. 27th Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACME SEPTIC TANK CO. 5705 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-7613 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. J. FARREY BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations and Everlasting Peace to All Mankind Florida Linen Service 100 N. W. 20th STREET HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS Exchange Hotel 141 N. E. Third Avenue TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Tropicalites Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE 445 N. W. 54th St. Phone 7-2904 :-t ii < t 1 %  i %  &f i. \ 1 .: I • ,i %  t %  t : % 



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FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER i 2 f' I re \ • I A %  : ... HAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707 (Continued from Page 49) After announcing that it is "impossible to come to terms with the agency." the Palesl eminent began negotiations ith representatives of "moderate Jews" in Palestine whi talks were conducted in parts of the world. Obviously the government hoped to sot together some kind of Jev resentation with which it c uld come to terms These attempts, however, were unsuccessfu the British could find no Jewis Quislings. Although Britain announced her right to app inl su Jews as she saw fit to t ference, this scheme I doomed to failure. At th the Palestine Arabs declined their invitations to the parley, thus^ destroying entirely the pi the meeting. Meanwhile, the inl tion in Palestine grew si worse. Acting upon the feeling that %  III done, the Acti ns r*i mmittee was convoked in Jerusalem. The meeting supp irted the agency's stand in refusing to m lease of the agency leaders matter of polil Later. the agency leaders and prominent Jew deta in I I Latrun, as well as some 1,000 ish agricultural workers di I earlier, were released, but. in order to maintain the sacrosanct principle of "balance." the government also freed a number of Arabs who had been a pre-war disturbances or tor colting du the wai the Axis. The World Zionist Congri %  meeting in Basle, decid< I view of the c rcumsl agency could n : parl any n< g I ial I with I but added that if the changed, the Actions committee would • xl -' tei • ss 1-. .. ng • • to the 1 :, gul %  Z • [1 -,. ever, that Palest the I T i • I W. Z. O, Despit %  Dr. A ntained • nged • rid. 1 n felt card, The J u the 1 :' %  11 i m—al p. T nus in H Mr. and Mrs. Morion S. Fa£an Take Th; Opportunity To With Their Many. Many Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Mr. a Bill Mrs. A. I*, ( %  amirs and Family Extend New Year Greetings to the Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education and their families, their many friends and the Jewish Community of Greater Miami T GREETINGS LaFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS 244 N. W. 35th Street T MR. and MRS. B. APPEL MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY 4430 Royal Palm Avenue T EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR THE NEW YEAH MR. and MRS. II. 31. Krakow Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LaVIGNE join with their children MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN and son GARY JOHN and MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE and daughter LESLIE ELLEN In expressing their best wishes to all their friends lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR pris nwere ee. The inf. ,,un '' "" ; %  i th, : n Srvner 1 I pati-n in a .*ill ag : e la'ei %  %  On A uths nvicted I I • l '" u 'V x A week ... a ntenced n bv •i thi .. rus •' • n Jane Hi. r. th" j uthsi \ in luly [•quest for clemei : ,|llW_ SEASON'S GREETINGS E. Wilck's Dress Shop 211-17 N. Miami Ave. Phono 2 5943 Branches: Fort Lauderdalc Orlando '! EAT WITH THE CHRISTEYS at the § i ii i; II O O II Bar & l.rlll We Specialize In Home-Made SPAGHETTI and SAUCE 2945 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9142 Jack A. Abbott Miami Beach Y EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Miami E'ouitrv. Fish & Egg Co. Specializing In fUMBO SHRIMP, CRAB MEAT. FRESH KILLED CHICKEN AND TURKEYS Hotels & Restaurants Supplied 1145 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-G440 E A AP< ISTLE, Prop. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL It. II. Shaddiek REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL %  y A. Mupph v Reg. Real Estate Broke, 1759 S. W. 8th Street Phones 3-0633-9.2987 Phone 3-4585 PAUL'S CARPET CO. Carpet Linoleum Broadielt Cut and Sewed — Repaired and Laid Sterilized and Demothed 2412 N. MIAMI AVE.. MIAMI 37, FLORIDA p hone 3-4871 HAPPY NEW YEAR %  lorn Martin IIrug DRUGGISTS 200 Sunset Drive Phone 4-9221 South Miami PEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR llrarh t*!ass & Mirror Co. 2600 N. W. 361h Street Phone 3-7041 EVERY TYPE OF GLASS and GLASS SERVICE TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by STYLECRAFT 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR COLONIAL TRANSFER COMPANY 1815 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-5792 MOVING AND COMMERCIAL HAULING ALL Loads Fully Insured — Bonded Drivers and Helpers BONDED WAREHOUSE — PACKING AND CRATING TI:MPLI: BKTII SIMILOM "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach Chase Avenue at Forty-first Street A PRAYER THAT 5708 WILL BRING ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY TO ALL MANKIND A Most Happy New Year To All CARIBBEAN BUILDERS SUPPLY Building Specialties 1356 N. E. First Ave. PHONE 2-5258 MIAMI BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MR. and MRS. Jos. A. ISrrinan AND DAUGHTERS Carol Hilda AND Dale GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR t{i PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IS OUR WISH FOR ALL 4£J 'J 155 LPUMIftfr...MMM %•+.,**> 822 LINCOLN RO.* mmmm



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FRIDAY. SI SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 ^Jenistflcrldnain PAGE FIFTY-FIVE IAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707 nued from previous page) d y lW o British sergeants .,, kl clnapped by the Irgun ..,; Leumi as hostages, and who en hidden for three weeks, K ecuted by the Irgun. The Jewish authorities reloubled their efforts to combat ,„,., a. least to stem the A a meeting of the Jewcouncil, a sharp lid. L, National iT'gltups proclaiming that the issued to the dissipioclaiming that the Vishuv will use force Ln>anizei. blackmail, intimidation Ld coercion. A strongly-worded [enunciation of terrorist bloodEd wi* an urgent appeal to y Uth m l u j0m ,h nr" issued by youth or'.;•„,„„ Later in ,the year, Gur ion declared that th Orel Vishuv will not abstain Ln from the use of arms against I ssidents. actual civil war has m broken out in Palestine, the .,„,.. 0 f such a development is I. Meanwhil., the K defense arm, the Hagl,,,,', y ing on its own catn' nst terroriam and has v d many a terrorist atby the extremists. The I ile such incident ocI | when, at the cost of one Li its members' lives, the Haganah I, a n extremist plan to blow fuu the civil and military center district administration in %  V • v, Palestine government, howi, I these efforts as |i: quate. The government de, it the organized Yishuv : ner, or else fight the nis with arms in hand in ive British lives, gov.• p perty and the gov|, prestige. y ng to receive satisfaction Itu these demands, the chief sec|ri of the Palestine governI Si Henry Gurney, sent an turn to the Jewish National %  council requiring them to call, [within seven days, publicly on the < rate with the pond military in eradicating ti In its reply, the Jewish Agency 1 the ultimatum, stating I thai thi Yishuv could not cooperate with a government which enforcing a policy regarded by it as a breach of fundamental I law. In anticipation of further aggravati n of the security situation, the government then ordered the evacuation of British : and children from Palesiimultaneously establishing "security zones" in each of the three major cities—Jerusalem. Tel-Aviv and Haifa. The Jewish residents of the zones received strict orders to evacuate within 48 hours, but no accommodations were provided for them. Subsequently, the high commissioner announced that he had assumed the power to impose martial law, and on the day of ihe announcement martial law was established in Tel-Aviv, PetachTikva, Ramat Gan and Bnai Brak, as well as in certain areas in Jerusalem. The virtual rulers j ti these areas, where nearly a I quarter of a million Jews lived. ; were military commanders. Civil I authorities served only as politi| cal advisors, but often their ad/ice was completely disregarded. Even the high commissioner was unable to overrule the military commanders. Palestine changed from a police to a military slate. where one-third of the Jewish | population was imprisoned. The principle of collective criminal i responsibility was stretched to an alarming degree, and it is not difficult to imagine what hardships the Yishuv encountered. Meanwhile, the flow of "illegal" i immigration grew in volume and frequency. Towards the beginning of the year 5707, 17 ships arrived in Palestine carrying nearly 22.000 refugees. The story was always the same; the refugee ships were picked up at sea by British planes and destroyers escorted them to Haifa where the passengers were forcibly transferred to waiting deportation vessels and shipped to Cyprus. Recently, the government took a different step: sending the refugees back to the port of embarkation. The story of the "Exodus 1947" is still fresh in everybody's memory. As a rule, the refugees offered resistance which was overcome by force; tear Mas and clubbing, and sometimes fire arms, often with fatal results. Each refugee ship and subsequent transshipment and deportation roused the Yishuv's indignation and demon(Continued on next page) GEO. M. ABOSLEM Wishes To Announce That AUDIPHONE CO. OF MIAMI now has two all-in-one hearing aids, developed by Western Electric and Bell Laboratories. All hard of hearing and hearing aid users are invited to CALL 3-3840 1211-13 Pan American Bk. Bldg. SEASON'S BEST WISHES AUTO LOCK and HARDWARE SUPPLY (Wholesale) PHONE 3-6177 1207 N. E. First Ave. TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dunlop Leather Goods Store "If It's Leather, We Have It" ZIPPERS REPAIRED REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS 108 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5475 SEASON'S GREETINGS from Sidney Meyer — Mitchell Wolfson W0METC0 THEATRES The New Miami TOWN LINCOLN SURF MAYFAIR CAPITOL CAMEO PLAZA STATE GROVE TOWER B1LTMORE PARKWAY ROSETTA STRAND CENTER TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 14! Palm Bakeries, Inc. I E. BRENNER H. L. SKLANSKY 5708 N. W. 7th Avenu. P hone 7 2381 > S. W. 8th Street 156 N. W. Fifth Street To Out Many Jewish Friends and Customers A Most Happy New Year REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. HIGH-GRADE ELECTRIC Radios Repaired Car and Home Radios OUR SPECIALTY 24-HOUR SERVICE Free Pick Up and Delivery Service 2-9240 PHONES—3-7059 19 N. E. 14th Street TO ALL .. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR KIRBY-TUTTLE CO.. INC. 15 West Flagler Street E Phone 3-7614 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street, PHONE 9-6546 NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOSEA HARDWARE CO. 611 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 9-2223 FRED W. nOSEA President and General Mgr. y BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR J. & M. EQUIPMENT COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-4872 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l i! W. A. 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PAGE FIFTY-SIX vJenistifhriafiatr t 1 1 • -^^AY^EPTEMBEB |t HAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707 (Continued from previous page) si rat ions, strikes, public protests and terrorist reprisals followed. leading to more repressive measui es. The only ray of light in the gloom which enveloped Jewish life in Palestine during the past year was the establishment of new agricultural settlements. The 1. : gest and to date unprecedented colonization effort was the establishment, in one day, October 6 1946, of 11 outposts in the Negev. Other settlements were established in the hills of Jerusalem eral neighboring Arab states and later a sub-committee toured the DP camps in Europe. At this writing, the report of the UNSCOl has not yet been released. It is. however, expected that the UNSCOP recommendations to the U.N. will be published towards Ihe beginning of 5708. The outgoing year was a year of struggle for the Yishuv. both from within and from without. It seemed sometimes that all the enemies of the Jewish people. >f the Yishuv and of Zionism rose. determined to destroy whatever i was left us from the European and Hebren, ,n Upper and Lower PJJ ^ ^ Samara and in the Plain of Sharon. | From within there was a conthe vi %  helming odds of the land restrictions. Unable or unwilling to continue the implementation of the British government, in Ci nsultation with the I i, approached the United \ • us with a request for a speon of the general assembly I i lake up the Palestine is sue. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. Da\ i Ben-Gurion and Moshe -ented the Jewish the U.N. As a result of the h arings, during which Soviet myko surprised the iv with his sympathetic ent, the U.N. appoint. .1 a I committee on Palestine. the UNSCOP. 1). spite the boycott of the the I'NSCOP conducted igh investigation of the I in Palestine, visited sevpower Haganah. Thi I nt groups. it must be admitted, grew in numbers and in strength, and there les when they were actually deciding how the situation in the country would develop. Imposition of martial law, curfews, protected zones, etc.. were all the results of their activities. Jewish popular senliMr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS $ FRIDEN CALCULATORS NEW LOCATION: 153 N. E. 10th Street Continuous Courteous Service M. L. BAKER, Manager Phone 9-6429 To •# vwru I rvi ifii hn t BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR R. T. Jeffries OF Florida East Coast llailwav A Happy New Year To All Our Friends A. .1. I •bin ment often favored them, and it was difficult at times for leading Jewish institutions and the Haganah to combat those sentiments. On the other hand, the British administration estranged themselves from the Yishuv. and erected a wall of hostility between the two. This helped anti-British sentiment to grow and also helped public sympathies to move towards the dissident groups. The Yishuv became pessimistic when it received friendly and sympathetic declarations from ither countries. It ceased to believe in the world's "lip service," feeling that it is up to the world to root out this pessimisism. But despite everything, the "Geula"—the Redemption — will come. Nobody in the world is more sure of that than the Yishuv. and a Jewish slate in Palestine will be established Therefore. "Leshono Tovah!" NEW YEAR GREETINGS Court House Bar 37-41 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-9395 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NELLIE E. BRENNAN REAL ESTATE 404 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-1953 RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A BLUE ID GRAY CAB PHONE 2-4141 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DERBY BUR AND PACKAGE STORE 915 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EDISON PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Refrigerators—Appliancei Gas Ranges—Water Pumps 738 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-6519 GREETINGS WISTERI A FRUIT COMPAQ 3 >3 E. Flagl, r Slretl MIAMI-PHONE 3. 28M A HAPPY NEW vj^ FLORIDA GRINDING CO I Kmres to Butcher, Ho.,7 Restaurant SerTicing of Meat Chopp.^ Meat Band Sawi RENTING-SERVICING 201 S.W. Fourth AT, PHONE 3-5231 •larretl Coffee Company Roasters and Packers of COFFEE AND TEAS 501 N. W. Tenth Street Phone Mm WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. I. L. Mintzer & Family WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR Samuel II. Levy & Mail riee Levy OF THE PENN FOOD CENTER 1052 Alton Road Phone 5-3MJ Southern Dairies and Jersey SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. HERMAN MACK MACK'S CURB MARKET 16 N. W. 17th Avenue MIAMI MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY Our New Miami Location 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wih for All Their Patron. and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner AND FAMILY WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A Very Happy New Year THE ROSNERS WILL AGAIN OPERATE THE J THE COMING YEAR Dietary Laws Strictly Observed 1144 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH Opening About November 15'*



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HDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 THE JEWS IN THE SOVIET ZONE By PAUL GREEN (Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) n ue to the difficulty of communication between the eastern Jl western halves of Germany and the hesitancy of the Rus* Jewish Meridian PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN n permitting correspondents to tour their zone, less insertion has been released about the Jews under Soviet ad""istration than about their brethren in the Allied areas. Jnwever, this has not prevented the Jews in the Soviet zone lm maintaining contact with the rest of Germany, and last onth the first formal step was taken to form closer relationwith the establishment in Frankfurt of a Central Coordiating committee to organize communal activities throughout h,. country One of the members of the Dr. Hans Erich Falommittee is an, who is also general secrerv of the Federation of Jewish limm unities of the Russian zone. Fabian resides in Berlin, ,here he is on the board of the ewish community, but he has ,ad the opportunity of extensive travel throughout the Soviet tone and he is in continuous Contact with the Jewish communities there. He is, therefore, well qualified to describe the status If the Jews under Russian administration. According to Dr. Fabian, the number of Jews in the Soviet tone is about 1,500. This is a Considerable reduction from prelittler figures, when up to 100,Jews lived in those areas. Fh'e 1.500 figure includes, besides German Jews, those of other nationalities. They are organ._ in seven communities—Leipzig. Dresden. Erfurt, Magdeburg, Chemnitz, Halle and Schwerin. One great difference between the British and American zones on one hand and the Soviet area on the other is the complete absence of DP's in the latter sector. Most of the foreign Jews who were sent there as slave laborers were permitted to leave after the war, while the rest were allowed to remain and to integrate themselves in the Jewish community. Dr. Fabian says there is no Jewish problem in the Russian zone, such as exists in the rest of Germany. The Jews have full freedom to live their religious and communal lives without interference on the part of the authorities. Relations with the Russians are everywhere good. Because of their strict indoctrination in racial tolerance, Russian officials, soldiers and employees are free of the taint of antiSemitism. On the other hand, they ignore the fact that the Jews were the worst sufferers at the hands of the Nazis and have special difficulties which should be recognized. As far as the Germans go, antiSemitism in the Russian zone is the least noticeable of all the zones. That is not to say that it does not exist. The Jews know, on the contrary, that it does, because of such acts as desecrating Jewish cemeteries in the dead of night, and sending Jews anonymous threatening letters. But there are no such gross manifestations of anti-Semitism as in the western zones. Dr. Fabian says this is primarily due to the great fear that the Germans have of the Russians, who will not tolerate racial discrimination and have established legal penalties which are rigorously applied. Together with all other victims of Nazism, Jews have a preferred position in food distribution. They receive ration cards (Continued on Page 62) NEW YEAR GREETINGS jrom JACK FISHMAN, President lira m lel I Equipment & Supply Co. INCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplier for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR F. L. DAVIS CO., Inc. TOBACCO WHOLESALERS S48 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-3411 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Alabama Poultry Market Poultry Killed Daily — Fresh Eggs "We Deliver Anywhere" 232 N. W. 20th Street Phone 9-2315 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR WELCOME 5708 MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART Plekln' Chicken Restaurant 107 22nd Street Miami Beach Phone *HU^ TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR I.. & H. Restaurant "The Beit for Les*" 1401 Washington Avenue Phone 5-9420 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CRUSHED STONE CO. PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Truck* 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. Box 451, South Miami Branch PHONES: 4 2581—4-2582 SEASON'S GREETINGS State Discount Co. 1160 West Flagler Street 8222 N. E. 2nd Ave. AUTO FINANCING PHONE 3-8732 Mr. and Mrs. SIMON WOLFE Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Many Friends Lakein Jewelry Co. 424 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-1837 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER Phone 2-2860 For An Auction Use The "WRIGHT WAY" C. V. Galardi 1002 SEYBOLD BLDG. WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. Leon Kaplan AND DAUGHTERS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SKA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING fc HEATING 1446 Alton Road. Miami Beach Phone 5-3700 Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron 216 43rd Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ANTILLA HOTEL 1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714 CORAL GABLES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldwin of the Clam Rox Restaurant ON THE OCEAN AT 74TH STREET. MIAMI BEACH yj BELMAR HOTEL EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 2613 Collins Avenue Phone 5-6741 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Blue Ribbon Laundry & Cleaners Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartments Complete Laundry and Cleaning Service 1403 N. W. 7th Court Phone 3-0753 i • j i ik-i If I > :;• ty MAY GOD GRANT ALL MANKIND A RICH AND GENEROUS SHARE OF BLESSINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR Beach Memorial Chapel 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA IRVING BLASBERG, Treasurer RUSSELL NICELY. Funeral Director ;



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Pjmtsfifkrldlan t• On the Via Sacra In Imperial Rome By ROBERT SEELAV I am on the Via Sacra, at its highest point, in Imperial Rome. Beyond lies the cemetery with the Roman ancestral remains, and to my right the narrow streets and low hills of the metropolis of the known world. I am at the Arch of Titus, to be dedicated tomorrow by his brother Domitian. With the other Israelite slaves I have finally completed this structure, to memorialize the destruction of my Temple and the dispersion of my people. Now Rome looks with pride upon the token of the task imposea upon Titus, to conquer the stiff-necked Jews. I sit hunched up in the shadow of the arch, my chin resting on my elbows, my eyes half closed in retrospection and dulled sorrow. For it is now thi' eleventh year of my captivity, away from my native land. Thus I rest, now that the enorous task is done, and meditate upon the unhappy past and the murky future. Slowly I turn my head left, posed to take in the entire height of the inner section of the arch, furtively gazing upon the perfection of design or the enchanting design 01 the and construction. Then I turn frightening height. I do not know. more slowly, lazily, to look out But my observation persists. Yes. ,,ons upon all parts of the structure are fluid with praise of him who took but I gaze nevertheless again and again upon their arts and designs, the pilasters and superb high relief panels. I trust the Most High will not bear against me my part in the carving of the Figures, men and animals, for it •s written: "Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image." Whether it be my contribution, upon the thoroughfare and calculate upon all that has transpired in the space of time. I spit upon the ground, with every malevolent thought, for I violated every vow in this repulsive task and ev.ry law of Moses, toiling on the Sabbath and the Holy Days and eating of forbidden food. Sinfully I contemplate the beauty and excellence of my work. May God forgivi me' I bend my body clear out of the they are heathens, unworthy, but these figures, in white marble. ilo tell a picturesque story. I do not waiver in my belief, but for a moment the thought edges in why we. too, were not permitted to indulge in this art. I do not dw.ll on that very long, as it might lapse into blasphemy. One must nut open the door to disbelief or the door may not shut easily. Ovei the arch is a detailed rearch and look upwards for a clear production of Titus the Conquerview of the colossal monument, | er. I know his features well, two tremendous posts, joined a: Here he is seated upon an eagle, the top by a mass of masonry, grasping a thunderbolt, the symI dwell among heathens. I muse, hoi of consecration. The inscrip, the honors due his ,'ather and destroyed and scattered a people beyond restoration. The graceful columns of Parian marble, tapering as they rise, are surmounted by a capita with profuse ornamentation. The valutes and squares are in detail : ,nd the spandrells are filled with the two figures of Fame. The brackets underneath the cornice are formed of dolphins resting on shells and the heystones, of helmeted female figures posed against semi circular rests. Mvri ads of people, in posterity, will invade the inner arch, circle the structure and observe the carved figures and decorations and decide that it is verily a memorable jbject for an historical victory. But to me each square is a vignette come to life Each horse is a spirited animal and its rider an armored fightei. fury and death in every motion, the sun's rays upon every sword and shield. I hear the sound and alarm of furious battle, the horrifying snort and ululation of the wounded animal, the thud of falling bodies mixed with the clang il crashing steel. I was there' Under the vault and on each side of the inner chamber is a (Continued on next page) GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR WALDORF TOWERS 860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach Florida Women's Division American Jewish Congress Mrs. Louis Glasser, President Wishes the Community A HAPPY NEW YEAR T CANTOR and MRS. MAURICE MAMCHES TAMRA ELAINE, WILLIAM and VALERIE Wish for All Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR 'i 1 Irving <• orlon AND Harold I'ont of the 1 ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET MIAMI EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year Russell's Tropical Fruit Juices, Inc. Orange • Pineapple Papaya Grapefruit Fruit Punch Coconut Punches for Parties OUR SPECIALTY WE DELIVER 1166 S. W. Firsl Street PHONE 9-3449 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR l i PARK MADISON STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS New location BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY NEW YEAR A. >|. Ili'ili'iMIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Joseph H. 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AY SEPTEMBER 12. 1947 +Jewish fk>ridfan PAGE FIFTY-NINE to the Via Sacra ... In Imperial Rome %  .United !'om previous page) C of the golden table, the M cup Ot the High Priest and r 'yen-branched candlest.ek I other loot from our Temple fZ midst of the tumult and mtic battle for possession of Hnlv structure it was I who ^d 'the candlestick. I enCl my arms about its, nehes and wrapped my gar-, I I about it. The Romans en% H to seize it. My comrades Lw with fiendish fury to pro7" aI1 d this holy relic. There i no definite aim in this strugwhich was then uneven and ,. e | e but stemmed from a E,d determination to keep un!an hands from the sacred obfiw-ai engulfed within a screamt howling mass, wasting lives fit consecrated to a purpose. £as they all fell and I was lize'd with the candlestick inlet But I was saved for a pin L se _t 0 enter Rome as a slave. (The route to Jerusalem and the Temple began, for me, a year bef r( in Galilee, with the armv the Zealots, brave, gallant, Earless, striking tenor into the Lman Legions. Now no one tmembers how we threw the fcreign army of invaders into bnfusion. fought on an even tade. Temporary victories are on forgotten. Only the last is tstory. Vespasian feared Israel Td his son Titus respected his jllor. The great Roman army las forced to declare a truce. I By common impulse all Israel pen moved toward Jerusalem for be battle of decision. Who hows? Messiah may come! He frill come! It is only a matter I time, fin the Prophets have so fcritten. Then the Romans and %  eir false Gods will evaporate. Jo heathen can obstruct the will God and Messiah is His mesfcnger. Israel will then rule from lie Holy City over all the world. II have concealed about me and ave carried through these years. the coin, struck off by Simon, Prince of Israel, with the inscription: "In the First or Second Year of the Deliverance or Freedom of Israel." Israel could not predict the year but the event. was a certainty, our courage and j confidence surmounted our judg[ ment. For He could not abandon His people—His Chosen people! Overconfidence in miracles brought mental stagnation. Then came discord, division in the ranks. Then the rich and arrogant royal deserted us. But the Jews of Galilee, the simple, believing mortals, kept going to Jerusalem in untold numbers. Oft they passed the encamped Romans who mocked them and threw swill at them. The hurrying, unarmed men looked more like students than legionnaires. But they shuffled along towards heir doom, unafraid, armed only with strong hearts, stout muscles, lionized will and determination to expel the invaders. What for these metal contraptions, uncomfortable garments? We have God. We have the Zealots, the Sciarii, the Simonists, the Idumaeans! And our valiant leaders, Simon Bar Giora, Eleazer ben Jair, John of Gischala! Our organization was simple. The strongest directed us. Wherever a group was in battle, there a leader came forth from their midst. We Ir. and Mrs. Ben Giller Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to All MR. and MRS. SAM H. GOLDMAN and Family |775 S. W. lBlh Ave. Miami, Fla. Extend Best Wishes to Their Many Friends For A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOSEPH W. MALEK Extends Best Wishes to Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer, Cantor and Mrs. Maunee 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. HAPPY NEW YEAR BUCHWALD & CO. Jewelry Novelties Bags 160 W. 34th Street NEW YORK CITY 731 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Telephone 58-1919 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Century Hotel MO Ocean DiW* MJAMI BEACH moved about voluntarily, deliberately choosing a place of severe attack. Thus I came to the City, carried along by the multitudes, all eyes toward the Holy of Holies and all minds upon one purpose. We learned too late that war is created and organized by man and that the Gods just look on. Famine followed the siege, and pestilence and death followed the famine. 'But there was no lack of courage and simple faith was abundant. At long last the Temple was destroyed by fire. The Romans walked in blood, bodies heaped high, as every soul was put to the sword but those intended for the Roman holiday or slavery. Jerusalem and its environs were levelled to the ground. In the midst of all this art and enlightenment death and desolation are accepted retributions for an enemy of Rome. After defeat all forms and formalities of victory must be exercised; all the traditions, symbols and insignia of success must be minutely exemplified to the citizens and Senate of Rome. When all the play is past I may be given asylum and freedom, with every consideration, but now I am a subject to be befouled, mortified and humbled. The humiliation began in my native land and continued in Rome until the last formula and indignity had been completed. All (Continued on Page 64) TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Louis F. "Red" Sncdigar MIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TUDOR HOTEL "Air Conditioned" 1111 Collins Avenue Miami Beach 'i { BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WESTVIEW HOTEL 923 West Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL IT IS OUR WISH THAT THE BEST BE YOURS DURING THE NEW YEAR WHITEHART HOTEL r r„;. Miami Beach 315 Ocean Drive TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL and FRANK SUNDRIES DINNERS GRILL 29th St. and Miami Avenue Northeast TO ALL ... 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%  4 PAGE SIXTY •p-Jmistflcridiari ranDAY^EPTEMBQ, The DP's Third Rosh Hashona In Germany By ROBERT GARY (Jewish Telegraphic Agency Correspondent in Germany) MUNICH. "You know," the man wit hsunken cheeks and soiled cap said, "if someone had told me on that glorious day of liberation that I would be observing my next three Rosh Hashonas in Germany I would have laughed in his silly face. But here comes the third one, and here I am." So are about 150,000 of his displaced Jewish brethren. Here they still wait while the mighty powers of the world, who, more than two and a half years ago fought and won a complex and gigantic war, spin around in circles ostensibly trying to settle a problem involving a handful of people. And the Jew in Germany not only faces his third Rosh Hashona and an uncertain future but also another terrible winter. Still living in camps, for the greatest part, the Jews will have to again try to beat the back-breaking task of keeping warm and dry. Most of the camps were in bad shape when the Jews moved in. Some were haphazardly repaired, others weren't. But even those thai had some work done on them are now badly run down and in need of major winterizing jobs. And the Army admits the necessary materials are very short. So is fuel. There is no such thing as central heating, of course. The more fortunate DP's managed to get hold of a potbellied stove for their room, but must scrounge for wood or coal. The majority, however, will still depend on the cheapest and most easily available form of fuel: body heat produced by five, six and seven people crowded into one small room. Winter also means that the DP is deprived of his most popular form of entertainment: Taking walks in the neighborhood countryside, or gathering with friends on the camp grounds to talk and ''schmooze." The outdoors, after all, affords the DP's their surest and only real chance for some privacy. In addition to a worsening of physical conditions, the Jew in Germany probably fairs even more serious food problems Last spring saw the Army reduce the 2.200 calory diet for certain groups to 2.0H0 There also was a steady worsening of the food making up the 2.000 calories. Doctors and other authorities close to the DP problem have warned that the DP diet is a "slow process of starvation" since it consists almost wholly of starches and contains little fats and proteins. Annni; those most seriously affected by the food situation are the 18.000 Jewish children, espeTO ALL OUR FRIENDS and ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. J. A. KRELL 1750 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH We Extend Best Wishes For a Happy New Year Miami Typesetting Co. F. H. STREIFERT and Associates 2015 N. W. First Avenue Phone 2-5935 Mrs. Gertrude Michaels AND SONS Melvin and Burton 2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace extend best wishes for a Happy and Joyous New Year to their many friends and relatives The \nrm;imlv Food I'enter 1217 Everglades Concourse Phone 6-1986 SEASON'S GREETINGS Dairy and Grocery Products Fresh Meats and Poultry Fruits and Vegetables FREE DELIVERY HARRY KAPCHAN, Prop. DR. and MRS. 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 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR Herman G. Rosenbaum | A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. 337 Lincoln Road WISH ALLL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR Max Wolfman and FAMILY 1565 Drexel Ave. Miami Beach Best Wishes for a HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR cially those living in institutions, I and those between 10 and 19 j years of age. The group living in 'children centers has no one to get lout into the rural countryside land scrounge nourishing foods. | such as fresh milk and vegei tables, meats and eggs for them. As a result, the authorities re|port that the 10-19 age group has been steadily losing weight instead of gaining weight, which children in this age category usually do because of their growth. Life for the Jew in Germany also has been made more difficult bv several new Army measures. One forbade entry into DP camps of any now infiltrees entering the American zones of Germany and Austria. The other ordered the closing of small installations and consolidating them with larger units. This meant that such installations as hachsharoths, where Jewish youths are studying agricultural training, plus individual kibbutzim and children's centers probably (Continued on next page) TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Tri Beta Council of the Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. of Miami T THE BEST TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Anchor Hotel 1585 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH T NEW YEAR GREETINGS J. 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AY SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *JewistfhrUhm PAGE SIXTY-ONE DP's Third Rosh Hashona In Germany lontumed from previous page) Lid have to close or consolifeut if the past year witnessed fSUaking food and physica Equities plus new measures of KSivo nature, the future ,miscd even gloomier developZ The International RefuOrganization replaced BRA m providing the bulk of Src for DP's. But when IRO ,s supposed to assume its duties July 1 the new organization s far behind in its plans and .gram and was forced to mainJ the status quo for a two£nth interim period. This meant at the individual DP hardly jticcd the change, but after the terim period there probably ould be lots of changes. IRO almost never got started •ause of the lukewarm attitude many of the United Nations. ,w that it is functioning it has Jy the proverbial shoestring !h which to operate. Sharp irsonnel reductions plus reduced d and effectiveness are almost levitable. Thus, the Jews will in even worse straits despite ie heroic efforts of such organiitions as the Joint Distribution immittee, the Jewish Agency for destine, the Central Committee Liberated Jews and the office the Advisor on Jewish Afurs (now Judge Louis Levinjl. formerly Rabbi Philip Bernnn) and the office's legal adK>r, M.ij. Abraham Hyman. All ive been making almost superiman efforts to make the plight the displaced Jews in Europe isier and will continue to do so, it the job is a tremendous one. With local conditions such as ley are it is therefore not surprising to note that the morale of the people has sunk to a new low during the past year. It would be a mistake, however, to blame it entirely or even to a large degree on these grim local conditions. Nearly every Jew one speaks to will offer a similar response: "Certainly conditions are poor and threaten to get worse. But these are side issues and relatively unimportant. The big problem is world conditions, world developments." By the last remark the Jew means the question of immigration in general, and Palestine in particular. Despite the abysmally low morale and unquestionably strong cynicism pervading every camp, every Jew has watched each step made by the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine and the progress of the Stratton immigration bill. For the Jews here these two developments virtually dominate every other issue affecting them. And it is in these two issues that the Jewish DP has placed his flagging hope. But what if both the UN solution is unsatisfactory and the Stratton bill is rejected, what then? I posed this question to every Jew I met in many different camps. Many dourly observed that everyone would then choose a tree from which to hang himself. But a more serious study TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A. D. F. Bloodworth A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL [house of morgan Refrigerators Washing Machines Stoves Immediate Delivery 1644 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-9001 SEASON'S GREETINGS y? King's [ Shoe Rebuilders "The Best on the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. and discussion with the DP's resulted in the following three main alternatives being suggested: by far the greatest number will stay in Germany only so long as the American troops are here and only waiting for normal immigration channels to open up to the U.S., Palestine, Canada and other western countries; a small number may return to Poland, while the third group, by far the smallest, will choose to remain in Germany. Analyzing each of the three alternatives in reverse order we find that those choosing to remain will consist almost wholly of the older German Jews. Most observers feel they will not number more than 10,000. Present developments in Germany, especially in Bavaria which is the largest of the three German states in the American zone and holds the largest number of Jews, rule out any sizeable resettling of Jews in Germany. According to a military government poll, (Continued on next page) TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR "From A Snack to A Steak" .Sail v "s Harmony Restaurant The Only Original Sally Kitchen Under Personal Supervision of Famous CHEF BEN FIRESTONE 1516 N. Miami Avenue THE BEST FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. Maurice Weinreb and FAMILY 829 S. W. 3Ut Avenue MIAMI A Happy and Prosperous New Year in X MR. and MRS. JACK ZWICK Son Herbert and Daughter Faye GREETINGS FRANK J. LOJACONO Manager Groover's Pharmacy 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Denis P. Quittner D. D. S. 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach y WISHES ALL HIS PATIENTS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Tru-Fruit Bottling Co. "VIRGINIA DARE BEVERAGES" 135 N. E. 36th Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR Willis Novelty Advertising 404 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 9-2260 "Good-Will Builders" Advertising Specialists Res. Phone 4-9000 %  m A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL J. M. PEREZ CABINET REPAIRS 2117 N. W. 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T.-*'^ % '£-Jttfe.'aV&i-U *„-; f' -i 1 A PAGE SIXTY-TWO *Je*i ilitical and racial persecutees, constantly receives letters advising and warning him to leave and take all the Jews with him. The next alternative that some may return to Poland is based on the comparatively favorable reports reaching Germany concerning conditions i ir Jews there. It is a well-kn n fact that the Polisii goverm lent is aiding Jews to get started [ain and is also attempting to wipe out active antiSemitism. Nevertheless, camp leaders and other observers insist that only a minor numbei will return even if both the L" N. and Stratton bill fail. To supp irt this belief it must be said that a very small percentage h turned in recent months despit I rep rts from Poland. But. perhaps, should •migration to th U.S and Pi tine be denied I tern, greau r numbers of Jews eturn. Nearly ev< >ne is agreed, however, thai atest number will nan threads here, waiting and h to get out of Eun pe to the U S or Palestine. very least, to Scandinavi F inci countries. Even I r will then attempt to gel those c iunti I th< r s. and Palestine. T want to get out because, es] .. .-, : ,| them. Europe still %  • Us of misery and i i too many haunting mem i to escape bi they fi ar another war an di :,': wish to b< A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Cocliraii IliM-trir COMPANY 86 N. W. 36lh Street Phone 39257 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T Henry S. Greenbaum DIAMOND SETTER Seybold Bldg. Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T John JII.IMHI.M Fine Tailoring 1658 MERIDIAN AVE. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM T Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Gerson and Gordon 1128 Cordova Street CORAL GABLES MR. and MRS. ISAAC JOFFE EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR caught in Ihe middle. War between the Fast and West is ever present in the DP's thinking and he doesn't wish to take any chances. Another alternative has not been listed because it is highly improbable, It is the "mass us" propaganda drummed up in recent months, especially by the Revisionists, but actually having little popular support. It is similar to the "choose a tn e from which to hang" philosophy, dramatic but unrelated to fact. \Yv. rtheless, there is the p bility that, as someone has said, "Desperate people may do desperate things." And the : of the U.N. and Stratton bill may be breaking points. The Jewof Germany demand ind expect to start life anew under reasonably secure circum stances. They feel these placi exist mainly in Palestine and the : S And they are dl either by legal or llegal means, or by just plain ned patienee. (Continued from Page 5-1 .,„. category higher than the one • which they would be dinarily entitled. For in %  %  they are listed as "worke s.' they ire given the ral fo1 vy workers." Tins, mesout ;,, a bout 200 calories a da) than they would : ;' Notwithstan I rig th. I I %  'he des i re of Jews to leave this part f Germany is %  as elsewhere. A restitution law has be. n in effect for almosl two ye Thuringia, th >ugh n il in %  of the zone, which ir the law beii I .ill mes. The law %  vhich coir i ul {l1 P :i1 f the Jews m the : f P r restil m ils it is del n not i ding f ,;• Cl ; nlfl :. I in tu rung hcirless : ty over ihan to Jewish The Ru in tile paths of th J who vi around the z ne in the %  I. %  n. so) the Jewish community. Dr. Fabian had no difficulty in going nywhere his duties call. The authorities readily approved the application of the Jews to pari pate in the all-zonal organizal m. "l isl of the Jews who so de,-i'ed have returned to their preK iupations. A majority of Diem are in business, but very few are in the professions. For pie, there is not a single J ish doctor in the entire zone, and I 2 '19 That testifies to ",? '"* with which ,h„ Na K UShj nated the profe*o2 > stantial number of Je, ** ernment employej! „"•* %  have atUhS t£* J-* Political ciriTj leading representative Julius Meyer, chairman Federation of Jewish r *"***£ Si lives in Berlin. BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR CASTLE DECORATORS Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies % LEONARD MORIBER 555 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHILIP I. MORIBER Phone 2781? pi UMM ER U T.V AVENUE Ml*" 1 3& A Happy Hew Year 1 nA everywhere, we convey To our many inends every traditional greeting oi the season: the -L'Shonah Tovah Tikosevu!" HARRY GORDON .^C^TOTH.S^ortH^WlSHCOMMUN.TVOr GREATER MIAMI"



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)AY SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 +Jenisti fhrkRan PAGE SIXTY-THREE PICTURE HIGHLIGHTS OF YEAR IN JEWISH CENTER MOVEMENT JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS and YM-YWHAs of U.S. and ranada through National Jewish Welfare Board and National Council'of YM-YWHA of Canada, help organize World Federation of YMHAs and Jewish Community Centers. MONUMENTAL 135,000 WORD JWB Survey, whose recommendations ushered In new era In Jewish (enter movement, formally presented to JWB president, Frank L. Well, by Dr. Salo Baron, Survey Commission chairman, and Dr. Oscar Janowsky, Survey director. MIAMI YMHA LAYS cornerstone for new Jewish Community Center building in United States In eight years. 8150,000 JEWISH COMMUNITY Center of Sociedad Hebrea des Socorros in Call, Colombia, dedicated as Latin-American Jewry's newest Jewish communal building. JEWISH CENTER YOUTH creates permanent Jewish Youth Planning Commission as outgrov.. of JWB-sponsored National Jewish Youth Institute. MY SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY MANY FRIENDS it! Alfred Gottesman PONCE DE LEON HOTEL TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS NEW YEAR GREETINGS • y KENM0RE HOTEL Artistic Beauty Salon Specializing in Custom Permanent Waving HAIR TINTING 515 Lincoln Rd.. Ph. 5-5509 Miami Beach 39. Fla. 1050 Washington Avenue .5-6621 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Morris Bros. Department Store 1261 Washington Avenue 543 Lincoln Road Miami Store: 70 E. Flagler Street 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 Miami Beach Zionist District 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 WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS EVANS FAMILY Sea Hull Fool & labana flub TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TAMIAMI HOTEL Open the Year Around 203 West Flagler Street HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA i 1 • %  i l t 1*2 • ** If %  11 r • U < w i ,; 11 i 1



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m i %  PAGE SIXTY-FOUR *Jenisi>flcrIdi3nn_ iRTOAj^EPTEMBER On the Via Sacra... In Imperial Rome (Continued jrom Page 59) the seven hundred stalwart caplives were chained and the leaders, Simon Bar Giora and John of Gischala. were led with halters about their necks. Some were marked for the arena, for sacrifice, for shivery, for the mines or for free residence in Rome. We were crowded together, driven as one solid mass and placed in the proposed triumphal march. There \\;is outward confusion but during the night order was restored. The sun rose, warm and pleasing after a night camping without the city. Only the limitless strength of mg youth carried us along. The victorious army had spent the night in the Campus Martius and on the morrow knocked on the Porta Triumphalus for entry, as becoming a victor. All citi. i nry watched from the hills. The priests of Janus were at the pie to receive the victors. The route was around Circus ximus toward the Via Sacra. the road-way of triumph. The column was headed by the Senators, noble men and trumpeters; then came spoils of war and the helpless enemy; then pure-white j sen with wide be-ribboned shinhorns—a sacrifice to God then the lesser priests. more booty and then those 9 marked for death or Our holy relics came next, to be heaped upon the hill as a gift f om Titus to the Senate and the ens of Rome. Our Holy ill of Laws was transported : i be di p sited in the Imperial ce Our leaders, Simon Bar a and John of Gischala, were ged by the halter, barefooted. -id, preceding Titus Conquerer in gold-wrought le, with ivory scepter and branch, upon a chariot four horses. Vespasian I and Domitian on horse >d Titus. Conquering sollictors, musicians, pi iesta id -laves of other wars filled ray with a picturesque, orful assemblage: musical Is and a holiday greeting itizenry lining the nar: >W streets and hills along to the t Peace and the Im• Palace; all as a prelude period of exultant joy. celebration and further bloodshed. At the R >man Temple the entire procession halted. Our two beloved leaders were marched past and beyond us. None dared gaze upon the noble faces of our gallant generals. Our heads bowed, we looked upon the ground. Simon was thrown from the Tarpeian Rock as a sacrifice to the Gods. John the Beloved was marched, and scourged, past all the vast gathering and taken to the dungeon. All waited and suddenly came the word: "There was an end of him." The crowd swelled with pride and exultation. A tumultous joy greete I the pronouncement of the death of our John. The parade resumed its march But our heads were never raised We passed the notables with this as our symbol of sorrow. The Romans shouted "Raise your heads," but we made no move Soldiers and slaves attacked us with fury but our heads remained low. Our bare feet slushed along, the chains clanked against one another. The shouts of the mercenaries and the commands never reached us. We were bowed in sorrow. Our eyes did not see and our ears did not hear. Our legs moved mechanically. But our hearts were set to resist— resist and survive. Our heads bowed in helpless rage and grief. As in our homeland, no enemy daunted us. Its strength did not intimidate us. Our hearts and minds were in unison. Our heads shall stay bowed. I renewed my oath: "If I forget thee. O Jerusalem. let my right hand fail." Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER and Family "The Original Drucker" Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS Miami Furniture Co. 400 North Miami Aye. PHONE 2-3195 1502 N E F t A**, TOALL -AMOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. &Mrs. Louis LondJ and Family 412S.W. 23rd Road NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON l a ii del I and Coin pa ny CARPETS — RUGS — LINOLEUMS 1611 Alton Road Phone 5-1867 Miami Beach A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL S. Megdall REAL ESTATE 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 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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)AY SEPTEMBER 12, 1$4? *Jewlsf>flcrIdHati IE CONFERENCE REPORTS PAGE SIXTY-FIVE The By DR. MAURICE N. EISENDRATH situation which has consistently confronted the Jewish them tree. The critical situaln has reached a decisive turnpoint now that their last ocs hang upon a United Na|ns solution of the Palestine ise during the past 14 years, outside of its own nightmare kilties, has been enough to give even the doughtiest semanticevil dreams. For what words other than the much used Meal." "decisive," "tragic" can be said to describe the state [Jewish affairs. I The situation was "critical" when Hitler launched his barLie attack upon the Jews in 1933, when civilized men thought L had left the dark ages behind them. The situation was focal when it became known that 6,000,000 Jews had perished [the European charnel house. The situation was tragic when displaced Jewish survivors waited in vain in camps on io L s om ^ PO rL i American Jewish conference, so that the totality of organized Jewry in the United States could exert a common effort upon the tasks at hand. Now that the conference has formulated its plan for a permanent body, it is fitting, as the High Holy Days approach, to examine its accomplishments and its proposals for the future. The conference was established to secure the economic and social rehabilitation of European Jews in the post-war world, to present Jewish proposals for the peace to the Allied peace-makers, to safeguard and fulfill the rights of the Jewish people with respect to Palestine. Confining our accounting to the American Jewish community to conference activities of the past year, we report the following: The presentation of one set of Jewish proposals to the Paris Peace conference on August 20, tVh j the Jews of the world kebratc Bosh Hashanah, the befciing of the year 5708 in the £j5l calendar, the United NaIns assembly will be meeting JFlushirg Meadow to give the bl answer to those of our brethw ho wait for liberation in displaced persons camps of fcrmany. Italy and Austria. ish Ha.-: anah is a time of sum; up, of taking stock, of rendera n accounting of ourselves to j| and io our brethren in Jewry. [is also a time of making plans •the future. %  Upon American Jewry, most Vtunate of world Jewries, has ten a heavy burden of responXilitv during these dark years. L have borne that responsibility Til. Much has been accom1946, resulted in the inclusion of Ished. But much still remains provisions in the treaties with be done. I Romania and Hungary restoring The better to carry out its misindividual and group rights and |n, the American Jewish cornunity in 1943 established the property to Jews in those countries, and making possible the HOLIDAY GREETINGS FISHINO POOSCO LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS 1411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542 i|i TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR I lllll ARNOLD BUILDING CONSTRUCTION H006 Fifth Street Miami Beach y EXTENDING TO OUR FRIENDS AND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SIDNEY H. PALMER "A Friend In Need" y Palmer Funeral Home and Chapel "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH 2008 West Flagler Street Phone 9-2664 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE use of heirless Jewish property • for the benefit of war survivors. The Hungarian government has recently transferred heirless property to a Jewish rehabilitation fund, and has nullified property transactions involving Jews which were made after the Nazi occupation of Hungary. The Paris consultations had unified the actions of Jewish organizations throughout the world on the peace treaties with the ex-enemy satellite countries. The conference initiated similar consultations in New York, in May, 1947( to secure unanimously Jewish recommendations on the settlements with Germany and Austria. These consultations are still in progress. In the meantime, a Jewish Restitution commission, which would act as recipient for and would also distribute heirless property was established in June, 1947, with the conference as one of its incorporators. All interested Jewish bodies have been united in this endeavor, which was first (Continued on Page 69) GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR c& w SANDWICH SHOP 339 N. E. First Avenue GREETINGS GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY • JOHNS MANVILLE ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION • 2119 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 9-4842 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS GREETINGS in G. J. G. /&U 4^ ^Jt eJladtinq J/nueilment in Ljracioui eJLwlna til AND HIAt THI Ml* Maqnavox MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO. 1219 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-4443 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLOVER CLUB Famous Hickory House Cuisine 118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD t %  1 Mr. Adolph Chiel and Mr. Hyman Zaidman Owners of the DADE KOSHER M


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t-' I I PAGE SIXTY-SIX JWV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST *Jeni^fkr/Majn_ the Jewish War Veterana of the U S. and the National Jewish ,re board that the nationw.de program of clainU and eontact services for veterans of th By MARTIK SILVER For the first time in its history, the annual encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States goes west of he Mississippi river. From Oct. 15 through Oct. 19 more than ten thousand Jewish veterans, representatives of six hundred thousand veterans of World War II and almost a quarter of ainiion Jewish veterans of World War I will meet in St. Paul for the bind annual encampment of an organization that was founded In theJW £ ^ 1896 by sixty-three Civil War veterans. nmm, th JWV The encampment this year in St. Paul will symbohze the ^^J^^US supergrowing development of the JWV as a truly national organiaa^IrvESte^veteransand maintion. With over 40 per cent of America's 5,000,000 Jews located vue serv^ ^ ^ regioaa ] headJewish faith and their dependents which had been the responsibUity 0 f the National Jewish Welfare i. would be taken over "with orderly and gradual transfer by The JWB-JWV agreein New York, and with between 60 and 70 per cent of American Jewry living in such great seaboard cities as New York. Boston. Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington, it was inevitable that a Jewish veterans organization should largely develop on the easl coast. But within the last few years, a .meat deal of the expansion of the organization has taken place in the middle and far west. Today, its 600 posts, with ish War Veterans." said National quarters of the Veterans AdminiCommander Richman in appointstration with a staff of full-time ing him. "Col, Schottland will professional qualified initiate our program of veterans furnish information, vice on a professional • service level. Just as the Veterans Administration was streamlined and reorganizi i by General Bradley, so we hope Col. Schottland will reorganize oui veterans' service program and our entire rganization. He is an adminisative, social service expert, and. ran problems of the Army and of the veterans." Some few months after Col Schottland's appointment, came an official announcement from a membership of 100.000, are %  „',„ n t probably of greatest importance, a located in almost every state of! K ,, .... veteran who understands the the I nion. and in every community where there is a sizeable enough group to form a JWV poSi. The young men of the JWV "go west"—in the tradition of y—in a year which h..s seen the JWV make many tanl sti: les, under the p : N nal C immander Milton H. Richman of HartC nn. For one thing, a ; ssional leadership for the JWV is being set up under the directi m of Col. Chas. I. Schottland, who was named xecutive dii ector of the boul -.x months Schol an out' : ng Jewish communal G neral Eiseni ef of a section rig with the displaced persons. He 'wish War V ans from ctorship of the Jewish Child Care AssociaXi A Y '. k Pi eviously hi 1 had sei ved as ex ttivi director I. i Ang li s Federation of • i Welfai %  zations, as state%  .;. inistrator for I and as assistant to the the Children's Bureau of the U. S. department of labor. "As din d of the Jewcounsel and assistance on governmental benefits and clain • for war veterans As an editoi ial iter in one of the Anglo-Jewish newsp said: "It is good to hear that the Jewish War Veto alls IS lead. to assume the responsibilities which .ne rightfully :ts. the nan dling of chums ami contact ser^ ices for terans. Undei the supervision of Col. Charles 1 Schottland, il can b< safely assumed that the JWV will handle its new responsibilities in keeping with the highest and finest (Continued on Page 67) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Wilstm's Young Moil's Shop Everything for the Young Man 557 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone 58-1990 TO ALL REFRIGERATION A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PHILCO ELECTRIC STOVES — AIR CONDITIONING 24-Hour Service Walker's Elect!'leal Appliances Phone 78-7551 SALES and SERVICE 3705 N. Miami Avenue Sincere Wishes For a HAPPY NEW YEAR T SINCERE WISHES for A Most Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. SHEPARD BROAD AND FAMILY yj M I AMI TRANSIT CO 31 %  • A N V ESTABLISHED 1925 NEW YEAR GREETINGS I I 'i.' PUBLIC GAS C O 7200 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 7-6638 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE BANDEL NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PHILIP ROMER O" THE WNTER. 1429 WASH. AVI. Meat Department: PHIL ROMER MIAMI BEACH Grocery Department: ISADORE DORFMAN Vegetable Department: SAUL MITNICK TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. ami Mrs. Nat Zalka ami | ai|l|| 41 N. W. 10th Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HOY i.. wnxARn, i.,,.. Plastering Contractors PHONE 4-2963 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL II. II. .1 A < O || y GENERAL CONSTRUCTION "Established in Miami Since 1925" 2250 Coral Way p hone yBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR l\ T ES M It III III) HAIRY OJUS. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I. A \ I. I O It II Venetian Mind KeconilhioninQ 600 S. W. 3rd Avenue Miami Phone 9-4133 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR >S'I r os Iloaul v Salon mid llarbcr Shop "Beauty In All Its Branches" 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue Miami IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. Allan Millar andSoi 1643 S. W. 7th Street y TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TAHAN OISTRIIII'TIN. l 2820 N. W. 7th Avenue M" !" 1 Fta r NEW YEAR GREETINGS %  The Ho"**! 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JIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 •"JenisfifhrtWatr PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN 'I fV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST /Continued from Page 66) ... ,. two organizations will .„, with a comprehenvice program extending initial purchase of agriproperty to guidance and om the Itura dl rn methods of successful It was during ,..„„,. S ix-month period of Schottland's leadership that ., War Veterans was lied into full membership and ,,! a place >n the executive „;„,,. of the National Comtoity Relations Advisory coun' Along with tne American Mish committee, the American [wish congress? the Anti-Defaation League of B'nai B nth and h Labor committee, the jsn War Veterans has been Lorded equal status as the Big in tin' great and important Jrt 0 f promoting Americanism |ddemocracy, and fighting antiImitism through better commu|tv relations. Through its 600 the JWV will be an even ater force for the protection Jewish rights in the United Btes than ever before in its Itory. is with this record of recent biievement behind it that the (wish War Veterans prepares for 52nd annual encampment in .. Paul. As always, the JWV till symbolize the patriotism of „. \ n Jew and his valiant cord of heroism in the annals i n history. The JWV an organization, and its annual Invention will once again symblize the proud record of AnieriBn Jewry in World War II, when ver 60().0t)() Jewish men and %  omen served their country in I i %  The JWV, however, is not ii nization of World far II v %  ans; it is composed ol World War I—as or example its present national bmmander, Lt. Col. Richman, a eti n ol !•'th world wars— bid veterans of the Mexican War, | • Spanish-American War and numerous other campaigns that have occupied the American military forces during the past half century. The JWV. in fact, was organized as a Civil War veterans organization and today, with the exception of the fast dwindling \ Grand Army of the Republic, it is tha oldest veterans organization in the United States. A symbol of Jewish patriotism today—a living, breathing answer to anti-Semites—the organization was founded on March 15, 1896, for the same reason that it is now so vital and necessary. Thirty years after the Civil War, antiSemites were heard to cast slurring remarks on Jewish patriotism. They ignored the over 10,000 Jews who served on both sides of the "nation divided"; they forgot the Jews who had served with George Washington in the War of the Revolution— Haym Salomon. Isaac Franks, Major Benjamin Nones; they forgot two of the outstanding heroes of the War of 1812, Commodore John Ordroneaux and Uriah P. Levy; they forgot a history of valor that extended back to the days of Peter Stuyvesant and the Franco-Indian skirmishes. And so, the Hebrew Union Veterans was organized in New Ybrk City at the Lexington Avenue Opera house. From this humble beginning—63 Civil War veterans Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise 163-165 West Flagler Street Extend Best Wishes to All Their Relatives and Friends for a APPY NEW YEAR T Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Year ARAH SHOCHET SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM EXTEND TO ALL i:i:ST WISIIKS FOR THE COMING YEAR MR. and MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND Wish All Their Friends^ and Relatives A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. SAJH em JI Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy NEW YEAR —was born the Jewish War Veterans of today. Joseph H. Steiner, one of those who issued the call for the meeting, was elected commander. Its first act was to hold memorial services on May 20, 1896, the Sunday before Decoration day, at Temple Emanu-El, New York. Today, these memorial services are still held, on the same day and in the same place, Temple Emanu-El, as well as in countless other synagogues throughout the country. The rapid rise of the JWV since this time has been due largely to the expansion of its program. While its basic purppse remains: to create a living symbol of Jewish patriotism, the vents of the past 15 years have necessitated a broader outlook and a more vigorous and continuing program in veterans and Jewish defense activities. In the early stages of Hitlerism, when America was the operating scene of Fritz Kuhn and his Nazi Bundists, the JWV took the leadership in fighting this as well as such other subversive groups as the Silver Shirts, the Christian Mobilizers and the Christian Front. During all this time the organization continued its intimate relations with the other veteran (Continued on Page 70) A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MARIE BALABAN 1334 Washington Avenue RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL and Family extend best wishes for a— HAPPY NEW YEAR to members and friends of the Miami Hebrew School and the Junior Congregation and to all Jewry— A Happy and Healthy New Year MR. and MRS. IRVIN GORDON AND FAMILY 720 S.W. 24th Road On the occasion of the New Year take this opportunity of extending Best Wishes to their many friends and relative.-. RABBI and MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN and Family MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Wishes for 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. BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR To the members of my congregation and to all my Friends Rabbi David Raab Temple Emanu-El Fort Lauderdale 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 RABBI and MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter Rena Rahel and sons, Efrom Zev and David Joseph wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Wishes a Peaceful, Happy and Prosperous New Year to All Its Members and Friends. MRS. E. NORRIS, Manager RABBI and MRS. COXMAN A. ZWITMAN and Family Wish for the members of Temple Israel and affiliated groups and to all Jewry Sincere Withes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. MAX SHAPIRO Daughter and Son Wish for all Jewry, and pariic; ularly the members and officers Beth David Congregation— A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends lit Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner 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. ALBERT MICHAELS EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL OF JEWRY FOR A YEAR OF JOY AND BLESSINGS To the Rabbis and their Congregations of the State of Florida, Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Happiness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory and Peace. Sincerely, £aco& U. Kafitati President, Florida Rabbinical Association BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Mr. and Mr* A. Finiev Kinder and Son. J. Louis THE SISTERHOOD of the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS. PEARL WALSEY, President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ Mr. and Mr* Geargp Bertman and Family SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS MR. and MRS. ELI HUBWITI and FAMILY 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 TRUE PEACE for all mankind. GREETINGS! The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors —of— BETH JACOB CONGBEGATIOX —of— MIAMI BEACH Extend to their members and families, friends and fellow worshippers BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR "And the Lord Shall Be King Over All the Earth. In That Day Shall the Lord Be One and His Name One." / I tils •



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-. I PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT *Jeist fkridirtr NEW ROOTS FOR NEW AMERICANS By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL (Chairman of the Board. United Service {or New Americana) The cry of "My Son! My Son!" rings in my mind even today although I heard it months ago on a New York City pier. It came from the trembling lips of an emaciated Jew, who had just come off a "mercy ship," as he flung himself into the strong arms of his ex-GI son, the only other survivor of a large family all but wiped out by the Nazis. It is a deeply stirring and highly educational experience to be present at the arrival of a refugee ship. Each reunion is living proof of what it means to help our distressed fellow Jews reach this land of freedom and rebuild their lives here in peace. Each newcomer's face vou sec reveals not only the signs of years of fear, suffering and want, but a tense eagerness to take root in the new world of America. The year 5707 will always be one of special remembrance for the 20.000 Jewish men, women and children who came to haven nn our shores during thai time They arrived in ports on all three of our coasts from Germany and Shanghai, from Sweden and Great Britain, from Italy and France, and from places in man; other parts of the world. Among newcomers were sole surviv• many families, family remnants of two or three people, hundreds of orphans, more than a thousand religious funi ti es from Eu and S tai, and others who had suffei i d Nazi pet secution, terror of concentration camps and slave tabor or of flight and hiding, and finally, the long months of waiting since the end %  f the war in ps and other refugee ci %  In their immigration and ad iustment the new arrivals have I the benefit of the nat am of n fugee assistance that was started by the Amei Jewish community when the first ns to flee Hitli ism here. For yens the work was carried on by the National Refugee Service and the National Service to Foreign Born of the Nati inal Conned of Jewish Women. Last year they combined to form United Service for New Americans With funds provided by the United Jewish Appeal, United Service now conducts the largest welfare program ever offered for the immigration, reception, resettlement, and adjustment of the foreign born in this country. To meet the need of the newcomers, the majority of whom turn to the United Service for help, the agency has stepped up its entire program and expanded its service. Having met the test and benefitted from the experience of providing assistance to refugees on an emergency basis. the pattern of immigrant aid per' i by United Service promises to he of lasting value to American communities in speeding the adjustment of newcomers. One of tlie most heartening deicnts during the past year (Continued on Page 71) S^LSJ^BER !i! TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA CARTAGK CO, TRANSFER and EXPRESS 400 S.W. First Avenue Phone 3-3217 li> A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Judy and Jim Stoddart NOW AT THE SI AH IIAHT IKAII and GRU I 937 W. Flagler St., Miami T >\ HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ADAIR'S PHARMACY "Your Prescr ption filled Promptly" 1204 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-3355 !i! TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR II Will III Ml I IS CONTRACTOR I Si 1326 S.W. Sixth Street Miami A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DIAZ CONSTRUCTION fORp. "We specialize in building one and twoiamily homes and additions." Free Estimates _:_ We Get You the Loan 2473 S.W. Twenty-Fifth Terrace Phone 481113 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL IF YOU WANT TO BUY— IF YOU WANT TO SELL Real Estate or Business—See LEE W. POLLARD Registered Real Estate Broker—"Here Since 1925" 6040 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-3579 i { i" T y> RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTEI and daughter. NAOMI EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY Best Wishes A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND SINCERE AND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR George II. Cabel and Son Custom Upholstering — Phone 7-1136 5570 N.E. Fourth Avenue X E W Y E A R'S V II KETI X i. S m %  SUPER MARKETS A P SUPER MARKETS A & P FOOD STORES TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ROHAN'S Hardware and Paint Company "Now In Our New Location" 515 41st Street Miami Beach Phone 5-2026 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FRANK O. PiiriTT. Inc. —INSURANCE— 1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2 4Q36 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR M A I UPARI I XEWMAX and ASSOCIATES ORIGINAL HOFFMAN'S, INC. CAFETERIA 1450 Collins Avenue WISHES TO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER HOFFMAN'S



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L A y, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947 *Jewisti noridliian PAGE SIXTY-NINE i CONFERENCE REPORTS • %  (Continued from Page 65) ,„j Kv the conference three r'^o Simultaneously, presr* b cen exerted upon, the tnc-an and Allied authorities "Germany and Austria to act hjniptly on the issuance of restiEn laws by the local governinn the situation of displaced Us in Europe, the conference L been carrying on operations ^New York, in Washington and Lad to secure maximum care those Jews who remain in %  m ps. and has successfully interred to keep the borders to the %  nited States zones open to new and persecutees. Many the conference's interventions behalf of the Jews in, Europe knnot he revealed, but it can be iatcd that the Washington and C w York offices have functionas clearing houses for inter^•ganizational Jewish uro em. affairs to the enerals in the United States pnc< was in constant communiBtinn with the conference while held that post. His successor, ludge Louis E. Levinthal, %  the conference fully action, on ipean problems. Rabbi Philip istein, former adviser on Jewcommanding ecps also Inprmed of the situation in Amerpan occupied territory. In addijon. the conference has had its fwn representative in Germany bee shortly after V-E Day. On the Palestine issue, the conjrer.ee, in meetings with government officials in Washington, loth American and foreign, and public statements, has made year the opinion of the majority I America's Jews. During the United Nations special session on Palestine, the conference co-opkrati'd with the Jewish Agency nd other representative Amercan groups, using its influence secure a hearing for the Jewish case bv the United Nations general assembly. Subsequently, the conference complied with the United Nations Special committee's request to submit a statement of its views on the Palestine question. The statement declared that the majority of Jews in the United States favored the immediate transfer of Europe's displaced Jews to Palestine and prompt establishment of the Jewish National Home in that country. The conference revealed British use of American lend-lease supplies against the Jews in Palestine, and called up the United States to cease making these supplies available for aggressive British warfare against a peaceloving people. With the regime in Palestine reaching new heights, or more properly new depths of repression, the conference urged the American government and the United Nations to intervene with a view toward ending the British administration, and thus restoring peace to the Holy Land. The conference has maintained liaison, with the United Nations through a secretary for United Nations affairs. On August 13 the Co-ordinating Board of Jewish Organizations, which had been informed by the conference, the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the South African Jewish Board of Deputies, was granted consultative status to the U.N. Economic and Social Council. Representing the Jewries of the United States, the United Kingdom and South Africa, where 6,000,000 Jews, or approximately half of the surviving Jews of the world reside, the co-ordinating board will be an official channel through which Jewish opinion in the English-pseaking countries will be made known to the U.N. One of the most important coordinating actions engaged in by the conference was the rallying m TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR IIAltlllX OFFICE SUPPLY 270 GIRALDA CORAL GABLES IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Apgar Employment Agency SEYBOLD BUILDING TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR llrad-Mar Beauty Shoppe "Beauty In All Its Branches" 4190 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR Alfred Destin Company 1772-80 Purdy Avenue Phone 5-0473 ROCK — SAND — CEMENT TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALBERT HAUER — JACOB L. LEVINE AIRCARGO BROKERAGE CO. Custom House Brokers and Forwarders Pacific Bldg. s — Phone 9-2396 of pressure to admit 400,000 displaced Jews into the United States over a period of four years through the Stratton bill. All affiliated organizations backed this campaign, which while it did not result in enabling legislation during the 1947 congressional session, did bring America's responsibility to displaced persons sharply before American opinion and United States political leaders. The campaign for passage of the Stratton bill may yet bear fruit When congress reconvenes. This cursory summary of farflung conference activities' gives but an inkling of the operations of the representative body of the American Jewish community. That American Jewry recognizes the importance of maintaining union of action is evidenced by the resolution of the third sessions of the conference in Cleveland in 1946, which urged the establishment of a permanent organization. The Committee on Future Organization, of which I have the privilege of being chairman, has formulated a plan for the building of a permanent, democratic union of American Jewry. This plan is now under discussion and will be acted upon by conference delegates at the fourth session to be held in Chicago, Nov. 29-Dec. 1. We have proposed the establishment of "an organization, democratic in structure and representative of the American Jewish community, to secure and protect Jewish rights and to promote the general welfare of the Jewish people here and abroad; and to enhance the contribution of the Jewish community to the American democracy." It is this plan which the Jews of the United States should earnestly study while they search their own hearts at this High Holy Day season. May our decision be guided by our abiding faith in K'lal Israel and our desire for the lasting good of the Jewish people. A Happy New Year To All Mr. and Mrs. H. Spero 1045 Euclid Avenue A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Robert C. Kundzt OF THE South Miami Ave. Parking Lot 37 S. W. Third St., Miami BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Clark Linen and Equipment Co. Complete Outfitters HOTELS — APARTMENTS — RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS 3841 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-5781 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc. "Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty" 10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COULTON BROS. SERVICE STATION and GARAGE 840 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2244 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FRANKLIN SALES, Inc. E. F. CHAPLIN, Representing LEHIGH STRUCTURAL STEEL CO. DuPont Building Phone 3-2041 i 4 1 4 HAPPY NEW YEAR National Welding Supplies Co., Inc. -If Ifs For Welding, We Have It" HOBART ARC WELDING MACHINES — ELECTRIC MOTOR GAS ENGINE HOLLUP AC WELDERS Welding Supplies — Repairing 2120 No. Miami Avenue Phone 2-0581 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—SERVE WITH PRIDE MRS. NATT'S IIAKE1IV PIES — CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLLS WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY WHOLESALE and RETAIL 61 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-1649 Z)ke Eeauli{ul Venetian ll)au MI A M I M IAMI BEACH May Health and Happiness Be Yours During the Coming New Year Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. 82 N.E. TWENTY-SIXTH STREET • MIAMI, FLORIDA



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r%  : \ • i. PAGE SEVENTY •Kkni*>H flcrldknr^ JWV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST (Continued from Page 67) traditions of Jewish social service' More recently, it was announced that the JWV had completed the formulation of a program with the Jewish Agricultural society to facilitate farm settlement by Jewish veterans. Under this agreeRroups: the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Disabled American Veterans, the Catholic War Veterans and other groups. At its convention banquet in New York three years ago. it brought together heads of the six largest veterans organizations, the first time they ever graced a banquet board together This intimate relationship with other veteran groups lias given leadership i the JWV in its work of developing better understanding and good will among returning veterans, a leadership that is attested by the fact that Past Commander Archie H. Greenberg served for a year as commanderin-chief of the Nati >nal Council of Veterans Organizations, a group composed of heads of most of the veterans organizations. Three 5 1, Edward N. Scheiberling, then commander of the American Legion, beautifully expressi II sp nl of view when he said: "The Jewish War Veterans and tlir A can Legion have much in common. Our : • :ples and ideals are basically similar and we are both I ged to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. We will work with you to the end that the powers and forces of bigotry and inl e shall not .1 in the United States of America." F ank I. %  %  %  pres lent of the N :.. I '.',' fan board. recently summed up the esteem m which Ann: ican Jewry holds the .IWV when he said that "if there were no Jewish veterans organization today it would have to be created." Last year, m July, the Jewish War Veterans Staged one oi itt mightiest demonstrations, one on a par with its anti-Nazi boycott parade of 1933. S n 1 5.000 members of the JWV participated in a ••march on Washington" to protest -he delay m admitting 100.000 jews into Palestine in ai ance with the recommend of the An C mmission of Inquiry and I ng ; p esideni Delegations visited f Stal D n Aches in, and : ir to the l tes. A parade was held on Constitution ave. which ended with an open-air tni 1 I ng .it W ment. Obsei vi ling D \ : Hillel Silver, f >i mer president of the /.; nisi 0 of America, have generally held that • fective demonstration made in behall of the opening of P tine and of fu tion. At the golden jubilet c mu of the ZOA this July. ibute was p lid to the JWV :' I part in furthering the fight I a Je\ 1 stat< in Palestine. It is with this ma ord of tradition and history that the JWV A II pi in t the future at its 52nd annual ei can pment. ntion will Iress by General 1 N. Bradley, currently the United • ir, the man v as U. s Chief ol Staff 1 n ul '"' pokesmen for the An n Legion, ins %  I • and other veti %  ; •"'" thorities n A subvi rsive activil habitation and : lds m the JWV P HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI OVVI-l\ SIIUlli 2432 NORTHWEST SEVENTH AVFNiir A COMPLETE OXYGEN THEHAPy PAUL CARTER, Owner Best Wishes For a Very HAPPY NEW YFAR HYLAN KOI and Family MIAMI BE B .CH 'i HAPPY NEW YEAR I III IIMOMI MOM Ml \| l0 3253 Southwest Eighth Street White Two-Story Building Directly Across From Woodlawn Dr. and Mrs. MAURICE I. ROSE with HOWARD and DONALD Wish to Extend to All Their Friends Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR •i Colonel and Mrs. Michael M. Isenberg and Daughter Extend Best Wishes For The New Year To All Their Friends .r. 1" T HAPPY NEW YEAR REGIL MOTORS Tin: .'•.':. IR l OT We Buy and Sell Used Cars 1500 N. W. 7th Ave. PKONE 9-2261 BOB GILMORE • DON REED O I I SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDV/IN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Will Will ,i. KLEIN and FAMILY if FIGHT NERVOUS TENSION? HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL NEW CHINA RESTAURANT Authentic Chinese Foods Lunch from 45c—Dinner from 85c AT POPULAR PRICES Open Daily 11.10 a.m. to 1:30 a m 118 S. E. FIRST STREET AIR CONDITIONED pH 29348 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Xatiosially Famous SEAFOOD Also CHICKEN — STEAK CHOPS Open Every Day From 11:30 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M. OPEN ALL SUMMER EDITH and F R 1 T X 3236 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-5830 M/Vrrtnundtioi e iaxnervoui tension, to permit refreshing ,leep. It hai helped thousands. Why not give H chance to help you.' Try Miles NERVINE •hen nervous tension mk„ rou Jumpy, cranky, .I,,,,,,..., „ f y" U n .r, 011 llenda( |irVou 8 ha. MilNan-ta. Uquld end SZ vescen, ub!eu Try hem youj ^ back if you are not satIsfied. CAUTION—use only as directed Eilervescent tablet*. 35c and 75c Liquid. 25c and •1.00. Miles Labor Uy <. IIXL. 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EW ROOTS FOR MEW AMERICANS tiu Kvns ontinued from Page 68) the progress in adjustment [tieved by Jewish immigrants have come here since the end war and who settled in an d cities and on farms 6 noUt the country with the I i nited Service. The new nv N are rapidly making their U a! >ng the road to independI full participation as new ericans in the life of their mmunities. Their progress is ling helped by local sections of nal Council of Jewish t men voluntary refugee-aid mmiilees. and local welfare emus that cooperate in the itional program of United SerTlio tasks "f that agency were .ently further increased by the vernment's action in authorizg extension of its corporate afavit as the basis for granting igees in Shanghai who jied individual sponsors but ere otherwise eligible for adthis country. As the ,, 5701 : v to a close the first jps of refugees were arriving om Shanghai on the agency's [idavit, which was already fahe immigration of thounds of displaced persons from urope. The Shanghai refugee me .11 the wake of several thound other Jews who had been [ded to immigrate from the hints,' seaport in the past 15 Si nths <>n individual affidavits iy the United Service and the bint Distribution committee, i se work is also supported by he i'.IA During the New Year t is confidently expected that kany of the Jewish refugees who in still stranded in Shanghai till be enabled to come to Amerea. For those arriving in San co, 1'niied Service has a bmplete program of reception, (letter, maintenance and resetement si vices, operating in colboration with the San Francisco i : n of the National Council of NEW YEAR GREETINGS II l<: STEINS SOL MARGERY ANN THE LONDON SHOP HAPPY NEW YEAR H O II K It T S H OTEL 28 W. Flagler Street OPEN ALL YEAR i l Jewish Women and the Francisco Committee for grees. What American Jewry is doing for the 20,000 Jews who havi come to the United States in the past year, and for the 2,000 a month now arriving, bears directly on the fate and future of thousands of displaced Jews who still seek a home and freedom. This country has always been a haven lor the oppressed. Today, perhaps more than at any time in the past, the rest of the world is watching what we do. The doors must be kept open, not only for the sake of those who may come here, but to set an example for Palestine, for all the Americas and for the free lands throughout the world where our influence can have an enormous effect. Thus the refugee assistance program centering around United Service is important because it represents the continuation of the American tradition of asylum, and offers the hope that our country will make its humanitarian leadership felt even more strongly among the nations. The agency's program is important, too, becausi it represents their contributions to the UJA, one of the biggesl welfare and rehabilitation jobs in our time. In the New Year this program will have even greater demands placed upon it. American Jewry can well rededicate itself to the task of aiding in the reconstruction of Jewish life throughout the world in the assurance that, with its continued support and ^ cooperation, the needs of our Emibrt th, < n vvh :it >ast find haven i in this country can and will be met. Ita


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4 • &f i PAGE SEVENTY-TWO *Jewtst fhridiari 55A^SEPTEMBHS 20 QUESTIONS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS TESTING YOUR JEWISH KNOWLEDGE • At part of iti program of service to Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHA"!, as well as other Jewish community agencies, the National Jewish Welfare board has published a 102-page book entitled "THE JEWISH HOLIDAYS—A Guide to Their Origin, Significance and Observance," by Dr. Mordecai Soltes. From this book we have extracted this Rosh Hashona-Yom Kippur quiz. The Editor. Q. What do the words "Rosh Hashona" mean? A. Beginning of the year (literally, "head of the year.") Q. When is Rosh Hashona observed? A. On the first day of Tishn, the seventh month in the Hebrew calendar. Q. What does "Yam Kippur" mean? A. Day of Atonement. Q. On" what day in the Jewish calendar does "Yom Kippur fall? A. On the 10th day of Tishri. Q. By what special Hebrew name are the High Holy Days called 0 A. Yom in Nor aim (Solemn Days or Days of Awe). Q. By what three names is Rush Hashona known? A. Day of Judgment (Yom Hadin), Day of Remembering (Yum Hazikaron), and Day of Bhnving the Shofar (Yom T'ruah). Q. What is a Shofar? A. An old surviving wind instrument, usually made of the horn of a ram, which is blown in the synagogue on the High Holy Days. Q. When is the Shofar blown? A. During the morning service of Rosh Hashona and at the concluding Service of Yom Kippur. Q. By what Hebrew name is the person who blows the Shofar known? A. A "Baal Tokeah." Q. Name three occasions in the life of the Ji wish people on which the Shofar was sounded in ancient times. A. To announce the new moon and festivals; to proclaim the jubilee or year of release; to issue a call to battle; to communicate tidings ol victory. (Any three.) Q. What special greeting do worshippers extend to each other at the end of the service, on tiie eve of Rosh Hashona? A L'Shanah Tobah Tikateb V'tehatem (May you be inscribed and sealed for a happy year). Q. What are the Aseret i i < T'shubah? A. The 10 days of penitence which are devoted to earnest selfexamination. They begin with the New Year (Rosh Hashona), and end with the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). Q. Desci be 1 i i remony known as "tashlikh." ...... A In the afternoon of the tnst day of Rush Hashona, if it loes not fall on a Sal bath, many Jews assemble along the bai ks ol a stream or river and recite verses from the prophets and appropriate penitei tial prayers. Q. What is the origin custom of "tashlikh?" A. It is basi [ on thi sentiment expressed in the following passage from : phetic book Micah: "He will again have compassion upon us; He will subdue our iniquities. And Thou wilt east (Hel rew, V't • all then sins into 1 ths of the sea." Q. Wl al is tb. "Kol Nidre?" A. A special prayer which begins the Synagogue Service on the eve of tl e Day of Atonement. Q. What kind of oaths are annulled I v t. e recital of Kol NiA Vows made in the heat of passion which an individual assumed for himself alone, and which concern his relation to his conscience or Heavenly Judge. Q. How is the Biblical admonition "Ye shall afflict yourselves." on Yom Kippur, interpreted traditionally in practice. A Bv total abstinence from all kinds of food and gratification ol other material desires. Q. For what kind of transgression does Yom Kippur atone? A. For its sns involving the individual's relation to God. but not for wrongs committed against another person, unless tiny are rectified. Q. What two great Jewish personalities of ancient times are said to have beei born on Rosh Hashona? A. Isaac and Samuel. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. DANIEL KALLLY AND DAUGHTER 367 N. W. Fifth Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RONEL, INC. FLOOR COVERING ASPHALT TILE — RUBBER TILE — BROADFELT CARP p kone 2-360J 841 N. 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Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SCHIFI'S MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Business Phone 2-4408 Residence Phone 3-1419 I...I VI OHSKIVh Manufacturing Jeweler COLORING and PLATING The First National Bank of Miami, its officers, directors and personnel take this occasion to extend New Year's greetings to friends, patrons and business associates upon the annual observance of Rosh Hashona. It is the earnest wish of this bank that the coming new year will bring to the Jewish people and to mankind throughout the world, peace and understanding ... and the fulfillment of the hones and prayers of ALL people for a better world. This better world can exist only through united effort on the part of all nations and, understanding of the problems of nil races and creeds. 130 N.E. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 12, 1947

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
PRICE: ONE DOLLAR
the New Year 5708 ap-
fches, the Jewish people
seed with ever-increasing
ems. The chain of events
period coming to an end
lot bring to fruition the ex-
era of progress and
Ivement.
a people promised the aid
ations, to a people who
endured without a let-up,
^sults are far from gratify-
j Though the years of Hitler
Lcution and the destruction
far are presumably over,
nued dilatory tactics by
hns and diplomatic chan-
| almost lead us to believe
Wise. The harrowing tales
|e DP's, the homeless wan-
hg lews abroad, and the
recounting of the blood-
in the attempt to reach a
fen of refuge in the Holy
prove differently. The
for freedom is far from
The Jewish people are
in the throes of suffering
homelessness. It is difh-
I to believe that Cyprus and
dus 1947 could occur more
two years after the war.
incredible to see how the
_ 5707 could bring a reduc-
in governmental help at a
i when Jewish homelessness
on the increase,
retrospection we find the
|s of America have recog-
and accepted their re-
Insibility as guardians of the
of their people. The re-
Inse to the calls for help in
dership and for funds, in-
cising manyfold, has been
t with extraordinary support.
\ dramatic finish to 5707 was
pplied by the United Nations
Ccial Committee on Palestine
its recognition of Jewish
tims to statehood and immi-
ktion. "Neither the Balfour
:laration nor the mandate
^eluded the eventual crea-
of a Jewish State," the re-
|rt read.
\s we enter the yeaT 5708 we
ce again hope for a new and
Ighter chapter in Jewish life.
It the crises that have recently
Iveloped a sense of frustra-
n and lack of confidence in
prld action again places a
lallenge of new proportions at
dawn of the Jews of Amer-
The challenge will be met.
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fritish Troops Employ Brutal Tactics
i Unloading 'Exodus 1947' Refugees
HAMBURG, Germany (JTA>Weary and battered, but still
'fiant, 1,406 Jewish refugees who disembarked Monday at
imburg from the Ocean Vigor, on which they were deported
m\ Palestine, nursed their wounds this week at the Poppen-
rf camp, 75 miles from here, and vowed that they will be
dy to start for Palestine again in a few weeks.
British troops unloaded the last transport of Exodus 194/
'fugees by use of fire hose, rubber truncheons and clubs
six-foot hole
with bloodied heads were
plight up clawing and screech-
PK. taken bodily from the ship
[ flunK into a waiting train.
I A British searching party dis-
Dvered a time bomb aboard the
[mpire Rival, the second of the
pnsports to be unloaded. They
Pk it ashore, where it exploded
I1" such violence that every
findow within a 100-yard radius
fas smashed.
Explosives experts said that if
had
gone off in the ship, it
would have torn a
in the hull. All the Jews were
ashore when the bomb was dis-
covered. That transport was
the only one of three from which
the Jews had disembarked with-
out giving any trouble.
The disembarkation from the
Ocean Vigor began at 6 a.m. and
lasted for five hours, which was
longer than the British antici-
pated, owing to stiff resistance by
about half of the ship's passen-
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Paris Police Probe
Irgun, Stern Gang
Representatives
PARIS (JTA) French
police this week were investigat-
ing all known Irgun and Stern
group representatives in France,
following the arrest of Rabbi
Baruch Korff, chairman of the
American Political Actions com-
mittee for Palestine, as he and
two companions prepared to take
off for London to bombard the
British capital with leaflets warn-
ing of aerial bombing if Britain
did not withdraw from Palestine.
A spokesman for the ministry
of the interior, who revealed that
Irgun and Sternist aides had been
under surveillance for several
days, said that the police were
pursuing inquiries in many direc-
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Zionist Actions Committee Adopts
Resolution On UNSCOP Report
ZURICH (JTA)In a final session marked by almost complete
unity, the Zionist Actions Committee concluded its current meet-
ing after adopting the resolution welcoming the UNSCOP report
recommended by the executive, and a series of other resolu-
tions covering internal and international aspects of the Pales-
tine guestion.
The vote on the UNSCOP resolution was 51 to 16. A joint
opposition resolution calling for a free, unified Palestine after a
transition period under U.N.
trusteeship, which was proposed
by the Hashomer Hatzair and the
Achduth Avod-ah, received 10
votes, whale a revisionist resolu-
tion opposing partition received
seven votes, after one of the 51
majority switched his vote.
The text of the resolution on
the UNSCOP reads as follows:
"The Zionist General Council
(Actions Committee) has given
preliminary consideration to the
report of the recommendations
of the United Nations Special
Committee on Palestine. The ex-
ecutive will, after further study,
present the views of the Agency
at the forthcoming general as-
sembly of the United Nations
Organization. The definitive at-
titude of the Jewish people will
be determined after the general
assembly has made its decision.
"The study carried out by the
United Nations Special commt-
tee on Palestine and its report
represent an earnest effort to ar-
rive at a practicable solution of
the problem. The council notes
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Personally Speaking
~-z Hyman Says Vows
[ New York, Sept. 3rd
Dcuble- ~:'
flttDAV, SEPTEMBER
12,1
Personally speaking ,t
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Folk, 1619 Pennsylvania
av*.. IfiJ
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v.ss kmice Betty Berman, :':'-- Maxidata ore Mk
..-.-. receired bachelor'! zz:~ r:~ tfaa EJn
ago.
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Mrs. Emanuel Gordon 1021 N.
F_-5-. a!
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.-.:. zr.z --..: .._ ocnw-
. sneymoon .:. C:._::-.:

Mrs. Lee Shaiken
e returned home
.. Carolina.
72C Lenoi sve Miss

iftet vacation spent ... riencersonv^.e
Mr. and Mra Milton Sir*:- 2024 N. Bay rd Mk
z-i Z:.".
bare returned to ttei: Miami home z: 212i S. Uth -
lei home in Hull Mess
Mr. and Mra Maurice Grossmen:
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Mrc;:: Corai jcz.es
. 3 .e-:: :;: New ':';:.: when they will spend the holidays v ith
..- = Rita and Naomi Ihey plan tc return to Miami
Dct .s- Mr. 3::;s-:n is executive director :: the .''..--. ':.
Having :e--rr.rd from r wedding trip -: and Mrs Julian A.
..:: are making their home ; the Everglades .-.o:e.. Mrs.
..^5 is the forme? Se.n: Sdsorek
beach, and daughters. Ruth and Barbara, have returnJi?
a trip to New York, where they stayed at the KimberW u I
nd Blowing Rock. N.C., where they were guests at mL?!
.Manor. Ruth is a junior at Miami Beach High school M
-ara attends the junior high school.
Murry Diamond, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Diam
Michigan ave., Miami Beach, celebrated his tenth birthdav
r.iversary this week with a party at his home for his friendi
Members of the Delta Phi Epsilon chapter at Florida Sk
university at Tallahassee were entertained last night by M*
tei Argintar, former president of the group, at the hL?!
.' !.ss Arlene Solomon.
Mi and Mrs. Isidor Lanqnes
While in the
. from z two-month vacation s. New York state.
-..-.-. Mr Langner attended the Zionist convention as ; delegate
the Miami Zionist zj^tt.t..
Mr. and Mra Leonard Abeea and daughters Linda and Mar-
after having spent =eve::. weeks in Clayton, Zz.
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Modern Cantor j
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Little boys'
slack suit
Musically Triir.ed Baritone
Liceoted Public School and
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Hebrew Teacher
Available.
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Louis O. Bloomfield, Miami Beach realtor, recently retunJ I
toma trip through the south, with an extended stay at HewL
sonville. N.C.
Vacationing at the Duncraggan inn, Hendersonville, NC_
ere Mr. and Mrs. Max Specktor, Miss Clara Gewertz, Mr J
Mrs. William Wolf, Allen Kline, Max Pintchuk, and EfaS
Abrcms.
Rosalie Gottfried, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Si Gottfried
Miami Beach, has returned from Beverley Farms, Mass, when I
she spent the summer at "Acadamei Morderne." A junior a
Miami Beach High school, Miss Gottfried has been selected bv
the Acadamei to go to Europe with a group of girls next summ?

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth, Miami Beach, have re-
turned from a month's vacation in the middle west. While
way, they attended the wedding of their niece in New Orleaa,
La., and visited with their brother. Dr. P. Sidney Neuwirth jl
Peoria, 111. They also spent some time in Chicago.
* Mr. George Talianoff, Florida regional director, Anti-Det
* emotion league, left this week for Chicago, where he attendad
the Anti-Defamation League National Staff conference in M
. .r.d Park, 111.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss, Mrs. Samuel Glass and he
daughter, Lois, have returned to their New York home, when |
Lois is a student at Hunter College.
Mrs. Jules Pearlman, 487 N.E. 29th ter., and her mother, Ma I
Jesse Zucker, are visiting their brother and son in Toronto, Can
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*Jewlsli nor Mian
PAGE THREE
tabbi Announces
Jadio Programs
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chair-
an t,f the Greater Miami Rab-
oical association radio commit-
B announces the following pro-
lanis for the New Year through
courtesy of the various radio
Btions:
WKAT
H 9:46-10 a.m.Rablil Ixmhi
t,i is'h Of T.-mple H-th Sholom.
|'l >> 8:45-9 a.m.Rabbi Irving
| 0f Miami Beach Jewlwh COOl-
liMiiv Center.
WINZ
L, i,i II 9:30-9:48 a.m.Itabbl Mur-
lirauer "' Miami Jcwlnh Orthodox
'.J."':.-".:ir1 i>.m.Rabbi Max
tufni.hi "f Hollywood Jewish Com-
Inity Center. wBAy
,,,,, it 12:U-1S:80 p.m.Rabbi
hu'll'April cf Miami Hebrew Huliool
Li Junior Com;icgalIon.
E 12 10 10:18 a.m.Rabbi David
L.,i'. o\ Temple Knianu-KI, Ft. Ijiud
E -
WIOD
pi ||. 11-11:18 a.b.Dr. Jacoli II
|p|ati, Rabbi Bmerltus of Temple
83, 11:18-11:80 a.m.Rabbi
Li \ /wit man of Temple Israel.
WQAM
pt 14, 7:48-7:66 a.m.Rabbi Albert
I B'naJ H'rlth Hillel founda-
.;,t 22, 10:30-10:45 a.m.Rabbi
., b M, siluloff of Beth Jacob Con-
fciiatlon.
WQBS
,; II. 9-9:18 a.m.Rabbi Mas
uilro nf t'ontsregatlon Beth David.
lunior Hadassah
To Present Party
| Members of Miami Beach's
Jnior Hudassah will sponsor a
lome as you are" party for pros-
kctive members Thursday eve-
Ins. Sept. 18th. Those interest-
in joining the group are asked
contact Florence Hildebrandt,
lembcrship chairman, at 5-0273.
IThe group's "opening hop"
Jnco, which will be held Satur-
ny. Sop!. 27th. at 9 p.m. in the
|eplunc room and patio of the
bbert Richter hotel, Miami
h, will be a combination
Icia] and membership dance.
[Michael Marvin and his or-
lestra will provide music for
ke dance. Tickets, which are 75
bits, may be obtained by call-
is Harriet Gotesman at 5-7635.
fita Hyman Says Vows
New York City, Sept. 3
(Continued from Page 2)
|uncil nf Hillel. She was a
ember of B'nai B'rith Girls on
liami Beach. Mr. Bukstel is a
|aduate of Randolph-Macon col-
ge and a veteran of four years
the Navy, having been dis-
|arged with the rank of lieu-
ant. At present he is attend-
Js Ciilumbia university school
optometry,
|Miss Sheila Lewis and Miss
adura Mai-golis. Miami Beach,
pse friends of the bride, attend-
the wedding.
I After a honeymoon in Lake
Jacid. N. Y., the couple will
lake their home in New York.
>lifiiaries
SCHNEIDMAN
'I Sehnoldman, 63, Plant City,
[led ,i his home there on Sept.
le as the brother of the late
; Schneldman of Miami and Ik
"I bj time nephews and two
in Miami,
ii Hervlcea were conducted by
Max Shapiro at the Gordon
11 'Impel on Sept. 10th, with
"lit iii the family plot at Wood-
I'pinetery,
GOLDBERG
!; Mildred iloldbern. 34, 410 N.W.
T'lin ,,w ,|led in a local hospital
l" I'th after a brief illness. She
ivivi.i by her husband. Harry.
'Jo brothers and one sister of
\.,ik City.
p ii,
was sent to New
in don Funeral home.
York
Personally Speaking .
in BZLSRtfgg**,his week *a 8ummer vaca,ion

I ?i*r8,,I2Cu Au?USt' i48/ 27,h st" Miami ***' and her son
Arthur left by plane Friday for a two-week vacation in New
York and vicinity.

Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Leon Gardner have been
spending the summer at the Martinique hotel. Miami Beach

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers, 512 S. W. 21st ave., and child-
ren have returned from a summer vacation at the Copake Coun-
try club in New York.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S. W. 17th st., have re-
turned to Miami after having spent two and one-half weeks in
Hendersonville, N.C., Jacksonville, Fla. and Anderson, S.C.

Miss Dotty Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper,
has returned from a seven-week vacation in Minneapolis, Minn.,
Chicago, and Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hillsberg of New York, have bought a
home at 3265 S.W. 25th ter.

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th ter., have re-
turned from a nine-week vacation in New York City, where they
were guests at the Essex House, and Asbury Park, N. J., where
they stayed at the Kingsley Arms hotel.

Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, 4514 Sheridan ave., Miami
Beach, and children, have returned from an extended vacation
in Canada and New York.
e
Mrs. Carl Susskind, 2421 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, has re-
turned from a two-month vacation in Canada, Maine, New
Hampshire, and New York City. Her daughter, Willa Sue, at-
tended Kear Sarge camp in New Hampshire, and her son,
Harry, attended Kenwood camp in New Hampshire.

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper, 971 N. W. Fourth st., have return-
ed from a two-week vacation in Hendersonville, N.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, 701 S. W. 27th rd., have re-
turned from a five-week vacation in Hendersonville, N.C.

Mrs. R. Sakowitz, 1533 S. W. Third st., has returned from
her summer vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone have returned to Miami after hav-
ing spent the summer at their home in Bryant Pond, Maine.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, 5313 LaGorce dr., Miami Beach,
have returned from a summer vacation at Grossinger's Country
club in New York. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Belaga,
former Miami residents, in Baltimore, Md. The Millers' son and
daughter, Gerald and Marilynn were at Camp Lenni Lenate
in Monroe, N.Y.
Miss Sheila Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lud-
wig. 1345 N. W. Fifth st., celebrated her sixteenth birthday an-
niversary on Sept. 6th with a party for over a hundred friends
at the Princess Anne hotel, Miami Beach.

Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg of Yeshiva university and editor
of "Scripta Mathematical will spend the holidays with his
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 1030
Washington ave., Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Sootin, 230 N. W. Second ave., have re-
turned from a ten-week vacation in the north.

Mrs. Anna Berow, 245 Jefferson ave., Miami Beash, has re-
turned after havinq visited with her family and friends in
Chicago and New York._____________________________
Shown above is Miss Char-
lotte Blumberg. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
1285 S.W. 19th ler., whose
engagement to Stanley Ho-
ward Fried, Elizabeth, N.J.,
has been announced by her
parents.
Obbie Rosenthal Elected
Miami JWV Commander
Obbie Rosenthal was elected
commander of the Norman Bruce
Brown post 174 Jewish war vet-
erans at a meeting of the group
Monday night.
Other elected officers are Eu-
gene Spector, senior vice com-
mander; Sid Horn, junior vice
commander; Michael Isenberg,
judge advocate; Dr. Martin Bell,
post surgeon; and Eddie Levine,
trustee.
Plans are being made for the
installation of officers.
Miss Esther Shimmel
To Wed Burton Yagoda
Engagement of Miss Esther
Shimmel to Burton Yagoda is
being made this week by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Shimmel, 2520 S. W. 20th st. Mr.
Yagoda is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Yagoda, 1610 Penn
jylvania ave., Miami Beach. The
betrothal was announced thi
week at a dinner party held at
Victor's for members of the im-
mediate families.
Miss Shimmel was graduated
from Far Rockaway High school,
Far Rockaway, N.Y. and attend-
ed Pan American Business
school. She is a member of th i
board of directors of the Junior
Hadassah chapter on Miami
beach.
Mr. Yagoda was graduate!
from Brooklyn college and serv
ed in the U.S. Army Air con 3
for three and one-half years.
He is a first lieutenant in the
Air corps reserve and treasurer
of the Miami Beach chapter of
the American Veterans commit-
tee.
The couple is planning a
winter wedding.
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CONCESSIONAIRE
To run soda fountain
Afternoons and evenings
Write Mr. Y.. Box 2973
j Miami 18. stating experience
and salary wanted.
DR. and MRS. LEONARD H. JACOBSON
Jo Ellen and Patricia Ann
OF MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Ralph Bellamy, movie actor
and star of the Pulitzer prize
winning play, "State of the
Union," will be heard on a
special New Year broadcast.
"Who Shall Live"? on station
WKAT, Tuesday at 9 p.m. The
broadeast is being sponsored by
the United Jewish Appeal.
iddle
COMPANY
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RABBI L. LEHRER
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Wishes the Rabbis and the
Jewish communities of Miami
and Miami Beach a Very
Happy New Year
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Announce* the opening of his
office for the practice of gen-
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surgery.
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Phone 7-7786
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* Jewish fhridiar____
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
12.!*
Editorial
UNSCOP Lauds
Accomplishments
By Palestine Jews
Sake success (JTA)
Jew isli Education
Annual nation-wide observance of Jewish Education Month,
communal life issued a call to Jewish parents to provide religious s u u. ^ ^ pal(,sUri WJ
education for their children during the coming year. ; ^ I65.page report to the
The call stated: eral assembly, made public W
"As a devoted parent, you provide all you can tor your ^ UN gecretariat.
child's health and well-being, for his comforts, pleasures and ^ mandate in its preamble
education recognized, with regard to u
"As a devoted parent, you share with your child all that is ^ pt.(,pl, thl, grounds tor
yours and all that you hope to have. reconstituting t h eir n*
7 "But-do you provided with one of your most precious gg- ^g^* &
aSSeVo you share with him a heritage that is yours and that is gations the rj, the
universally regarded as one of the world's greatest civilized [h* ^ upon .ho .lows
inheritancesthe heritage of Judaism? ,n opportunity, through large
"Wherever you may turn, you will find the visible manitesta- ^ immigratjon, to
tions of that heritage. eventually a Jewish state with a
"It is the writings regarded as holy throughout the world. Jewlsh majority.
"It is to be found in the democracy that civilized men cherish ..B(ilh the Balfour declai
everywhere and the mandate Involved in-
"It speaks out with warm notes not only in Hebrew but in teration 'men's to he
the English language and literature. In all these, and in many Jewish people a whole
more, are the visible signs of the heritage which is yours as a i
low.
"To know that heritage better is to be infinitely enriched.
"To pass it on to your child is to ennoble his lifeto give
him strength to meet life's problems, enlarge his ability to see
life whole and to enjoy its manifold wonders.
"Give your child this precious source of inner strength.
"Pass on to him through Jewish education what has been a WOrld who wish to go to Pal' stint-
rock of strenqth through the millenda of history. would have the right to
"This year. Jewish Education Month and Week has been This view, however.would
designated for the period of September 7 to October 15. In it. to be unrhst.c inthe
American Jews arecalled upon'to respond to this primary obli- youjjj *
gation to provide Jewish education for each Jewish child. ||t(i ^ lh(i J(W_ in lh(, W0T\&,
"Does your child attend a Jewish religious school? If he ..Wnen the mandate was ap-
does, make sure that he continues. If he does not, enroll him pr0Ved, all coi cen i A m aware
now. "i the existence of an overw
"Do the young people in your family participate in syna- ing Arab majority in Palestine,"
port c intinues. "Mori
K g-Crane report, among
others, had warned that the Zion-
ist pi igram could not b
out except by force of arms. It
would seem clear, therefore, that
provisions of the mandate
that they wen not limited only
to the Jewish population of Pal-
estine, sinee at the time tl ere
were only some 80,000 Jews
there.
"This would imply." the r port
point, out, "that all Jew.- ii I
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CLEARING AWAY 1 HE WEEDS
gogues or Jewish Center activity? If they do not, let them
enroll now.
"There are also Jewish study classes for adults in these
institutions which YOU can join.
"The school, the synagogue, the Jewish center or some Jew-
ish religious and cultured activity are there in your commu-
nity to serve you and your family.
been an independent state.
At the same time, the report also
the attention of the U.N.
i] assembly to the fact that
:,, Palestine there are
;.200.000 Arabs, two-thirds
i population, who oppose a
Jewish State.
B ith the majority and minor-
ity groups of UNSCOP favor the
n iance of Jewish immigra-
tion to Palestine. The UNSCOP
efore, recommend! to
neral assembly that it un-
dertake immediately the initia-
tion and execution of an inter-
[ an ngement whereby
the problem of the distressed
an Jews, of whom ap-
mately 250.0(10 are in as-
will be dealt with
relating to the Jewish National a< a matter of extreme urgency
"They are there to link you and your child with eternal Home could he bast d only on the for the alleviation of their plight
truths and beauties and spiritual satisfaction."
Tho i oiiIVim'ihm' I Comments
imption that sooner or
I the Arab fears would gradually
and that Aral
tility to the terms of the man-
date would in tin i weaken and
Declaring that "a great moral responsibility rests upon the Ii
U. S. government, arising out of its previous commitments, "This seems to havi
which it dare not shirk," the executive committee of the Amen- basi ption, but it |
can Jewish Conference called upon the United States to take '" :' [be since the his-
the Initiative at the forthcoming session of the United Nations '",% '
general assembly to ensure an immediate affirmative solution \
Palestine problem.
The majority of the committee
Is that 150,000 of the
total he admitted to Palestine
irs, 1>' ginning this
month,
T UNSCOP report points out
>l be doubted that
any action which would ease the
| thi 'id Jews in
1 would thereby lessen the
| if the Palestinian immi-
n problem and consequent-
ly create a better climate in
of the Palestine problem. ,., even (,,nUnuation 0f the
In a statement adopted at a special meeting called to con- build
sider the report of the United Nations Special Committee on Hon h to carry out a final solu-
Palestine, the conference took the position that the majority could be in. ted only by tjoi "f the question of Pales-
recommendation calling for the admission within the next two the ise of some i le tine."
years of 150,000 Jews and the granting of independence to f""' cai rly con-
both the Jews and the Arabs in Palestine "merits serious con- tended that the use of force as a
sideration and prompt attention by the United Nations general mrnns of establishing the Na-
assemblv" tional Home was either intended
tl -., -ii i_ t 'by thi ndate or imp'. : bv
The executive committee, presided over by Louis Lipsky, [t provisions On :
chairman, while concluding that the majority report was a the provisions of the
compromise which would be received with mingled feelings shot
by American Jewry, proposing, as it did, a Jewish state in only usi for thi
part of Palestine, excluding Western Galilee and the Jewish '' application."
sections of Jerusalem, declared, however, that an immediate Declaring that the Jew
solution was imperative because of "the sharp deterioration
of the Jewish position in Europe." Its statement pointed out '''"' the
that the official Jewish attitude on the recommendations would \' '
be made known in due course by the Jewish Agency for Pales- ^ZZ'ZZV '! 2!T Z
tine, whose position would have the backing of the overwhelm- sound* Z '"
ing majority of American Jews. owi ,n ,h'
The executive committee also called upon Great Britain to ance on gift capital and the non-
return the "Exodus" refugees to Palestine, to liquidate the ica' motivation behind n-
internment camps on Cyprus, and to reintroduce civil administra- '.'' divclnpment schemes
tion in the Holy Land, emphasizing that in doing so the manda- ll.,.!lp reRard '* economi
tory power would demonstrate enlightened statesmanship which s ,!~'tl"!''
would help restore peace, security and qood-will. J("
r Arabs from ,he land
-------------------------------------------------strictions not |, .,.oll]f|
housed by the camp autnorities, l
AJC Warns JDA
Of Anti-Semitism
U.S. Tries Eight
For Inciting Riots
VIENNA(JTA) Eight per-
sons went on trial here this week
before an American military
court, charged with leading a riot
against a camp of displaced Jews
in the town of Bad IschL
The riots took place on Aug.
20, when a crowd of 300 persons,
after demonstrating before the
mayor's office in protest against
the reduced milk rations, pro-
ceeded to the Hotel Kreuz, where
CHICAGO UTA)Although
zed ai ti-Semitism has de-
son, ewhat in the United
'lit;-.!, wish prejudice has
ing among "respec-
ctions of the community
previously were relatively
bias, the national execu-
mmittee of the Joint De-
Appeal was warned this
nd by John Slawson. exec-
lent of the Amer-
' wish committee, and Ben-
EP ti n, acting national di-
the B'nai B'rith Anti-
n League.
defense leaders
Paris Police Probe
Irgun and Stem
Representatives
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(ions. Many Paris hotels raj
raided.
Those arrested with Rabk
Korff were his secretary. Mil
Judith Rosenbeifier, 23, a natm!
of Hungary, whose present
tionality is unknown, and 88;!
inald Gilbert, an English-boa
American citizen and former*
pilot. All are being held iaeos-
municado. Seventeen other pl
sons have been arrested, but tkfj
names were not disclosed.
Worff and the other two seal1
at the airfield were quesacul
a good part of last night. ka>|
while, police are seeking
printer who prepared the leafls
found in two suitcases carried^
the rabbi, and the persons*
placed the plane at his dispoal
They are also seeking to t
the persons who manufactrij
six improvised aerial bombsMj
were found in a house jear*
Paris abettoirs.
The leaflet, which was sip*
"Fighters for the Freedon<
Israel," the formal name of *
Stern group, said in part
"we will carry the war to
very heart of the empire.
will strike with all the bitteraa
and fury of our semtude*
bondage. People of EW
press your govermnfflt v> V
Eretz Israel now. DemandP
your sons and daughters wp
home, or you may never see m
again."
The promptness with waw'j
police acted, and the scope
their raids, indicated mm
Surete either had an agert w
ed in the ranks of the estMl
or that one of the terron=i-l
betrayed his companions
police.
Publiihed every fj'6*\,"."r \l\
J.wl.h Fl.nd..n ^* ,,1
reet. M taMl JE Mt|
by The
Sixth St
matte'
1930. at the Post 0 fic l
Fl... under the Ac of M"- Jt^l
and attacked the building
stones, shouting "Hang the
kill the Jews." Austrian
men witnessed the anti-Jew.^h placement of this
demonstration, but did not inter- ready occurred "
fere until the American police
dispersed the crowd and arrested
its leaders.
'I' ey
cannot relax "the
against discrimination,
pointing out that among other
, 'he relief efforts for Jews
u*, vicuna Palestine, ?inoc the Arab 'l,pprd on the existence
daily newspaper, charged that never establish^ a all J '' ~tron and secure American
Engelbert Tosetto, a former there, fhe repor? UTSSTS ',munl,>- Other speak"
member of the Nazi party since assuran^. ESS?I** thdl ,his ers deluded Donald n^^.
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tiveg in locating person shrdlu the SeSon of a J^ wbs by
The Wiener Kurier, a Vienna Palestine

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ed Donald Oberdorfer,
1938, but now a member of the! Aside^from"the',"fa',', s"ppor'" national chairman "of the
Communist party in Auitria. wat since ~ l
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
Jewistifk>riWr>n
h Hashonah Services Sunday Night
rk Beginning Of High Holy Days
, High Holy Days will be
[red in by Miami Jewry with
i Hashonah services being
fucted Sunday night, Mon-
and Tuesday.
Orthodox
[thodox services will be held
Ihe Miami Jewish Orthodox
jregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave.,
Rabbi Murray Grauer and
,T Abraham Behrman of-
ting. Services will be held
El5 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. and
[p.m. Monday, and Tuesday.
L Giauer's sermon on Mon-
(will be "Exodus 5707." On
Jay he will speak on "Gen-
5708." The congregation
[also sponsor services at the
irei Zedek Talmud Torah,
S.W. Third st., with Louis
bskind and Cantor Wolfson
latinfi.
jigrogation Beth Jacob, 301
iington ave., Miami Beach,
hold orthodox services which
be conducted by Rabbi
Mescheloff, Cantor Louis
eder and the choir. Services
held at 6 pjn. Sunday,
i. and 6 p.m. Monday, and
iay. Rabbi Mescheloffs
Jay sermon will be "God
tcs." and his Tuesday ser-
will be "Man Creates."
kces will also be conducted
|je Community building, 311
hington ave. Rabbi Mesche-
and Cantor Nathan Wroobel
jffidate.
thodox services will be con-
W at the Miami Hebrew
ol and Junior Congregation,
S.W. 12th ave., by Rabbi
kn April and the school choir.
Sees will be held Sunday at
Monday at 8 a.m. and 6
and Tuesday. Rabbi April's
on on Monday will be "Our
est Concern Today," and
[Tuesday sermon will be
Ce Wo Are Jews."
ngregation Beth Tfilah, 935
1 ave., Miami Beach, will
orthodox services, with
bi Joseph Rackovsky officia-
as both cantor and rabbi.
Sees will begin at 6:15 p.m.
lay,, 7:30 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
lay and Tuesday. Rabbi
ivsky will speak on "The
ar" on Monday and "New
Ushering In" on Tuesday.
thodox services will be con-
by the Greater Miami
ew academy, 918 Sixth st.,
ni Beach, at 6 p.m. Sunday,
ii. and 6 p.m. Monday, Tues-
Conservalive
imi Beach Jewish Com-
y Center, 1415 Euclid ave.,
ICOB SCHACHTER
Director
swish Musical Hour
WBAY
11 a.m.Sunday, 10 p.m.
hes to thank his sponsors
their kind co-operation
extends best wishes to
> listeners and to all Jewry
a very Happy New Year.
STINGS TO ALL ISRAEL
A YEAR OF LIFE,
fALTH AND HAPPINESS
!i!
RABBI
laron Twersky
Reason's Greetings!
'Hi Boulevard
Pharmacy
Street and Biscayne Bhrd.
Phone 7-5567
1 East Las Olaa Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale
Phone 37
will hold services, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Cantor Ja-
cob Goldring officiating. Ser-
vices will be held at 6 p.m. Sun-
day, at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday. Rabbi Lehr-
man's Monday sermon will be
"The Tragedy of Our Fate
The Glory of Our Faith." His
Tuesday sermon will be "Let Us
Resolve."
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave., will conduct
services, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches officiating. Rabbi Shapiro's
theme for the Holy Days will be
"After the Strife of Peace Comes
the Challenge of Universality
and Unity." Services will be held
at 6 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m. and 6
p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Stu-
dent services will be held in the
auditorium throughout the holi-
days at 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Albert Michels, of the
University of Miami Hillel foun-
dation, and Cantor Joseph A.
Malek will conduct services at
the Coral Gables Woman's club,
1009 E. Ponce de Leon blvd. Ser-
vices are being sponsored by the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. Ser-
vices will begin at 7 p.m. Sunday,
8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday, and
8 a.m. Tuesday. Sunday night
Rabbi Michels will speak on, "The
Quest .for Permanency: Can We
Build an Enduring World"?
Monday Rabbi Michels will speak
on "Do We Need Prayer in a
Supersonic Era: Will God An-
swer Us"? "Sacrifice and Sanc-
tification, the Faith of Israel"
will be the topic of the Tuesday
sermon.
Liberal
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach, will
hold services, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer and the choir officiating.
Services will begin at 8:15 p.m.
Sunday and at 10 a.m. and 8:15
p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Sun-
day evening Rabbi Kronish will
speak on "Rendezvous With Des-
tiny." His Monday sermon will
be "Can the Nation of the World
Hear the Shofar"? "The Seventh
City" will be his Tuesday ser-
mon.
Reform
Rabbi Colman Zwitman and
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will offici-
ate at services at Temple Israel,
137 N.E. 19th st. Sunday night
Rabbi Zwitman will speak on
"Leviticus 23:24." Rabbi Kaplan
will speak on "An Inventory of
Jewish Life" downstairs. Both
rabbis will conduct services, on
PAGE FIVE
Pictured above is Eli Hur-
witz who was recently ap-
pointed to the B'nai B'rith
District Grand Lodge No. 5
committee on Jewish Educa-
tion by President Sam Silver,
of Sholem lodge.
Dr. Bernstein Returns
From Studies In N. Y.
Dr. William H. Bernstein, 420
Lincoln rd., Miami Beach has
just returned from a three months
stay in New York City, where
he was doing post graduate stu-
ies in heart disease.
During that period. Doctor
Bernstein successfully passed his
examinations for certification as
a specialist in internal medicine.
These examinations are given by
the American Board of Internal
Medicine.
He also attended the meetings
of the American Heart associa-
tion, and the American Medical
association in Atlantic City, N. J.
Mrs. Bernstein and their three
daughters, Janet, Susan and Bon-
nie also returned with the doctor.
Monday. Rabbi Zwitman's topic
on Monday will be "Genesis 22".
Services will begin at 8:15 p.m.
Sunday night and Monday at
10 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lau-
derdale, a liberal synagogue, will
conduct services Sunday at 8
p.m. and Monday at 10 a.m. Sun-
day night Rabbi David Raab will
speak on "What of Tomorrow"?
He will speak on "The Call of
the Shofar" Monday.
To
TOGUST BROS Ryc
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girl
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FORMERLY AT THE
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87 Washington Avenue
NOW CONNECTED WITH
Merlin's Market
320 Collins Avenue
WISH ALL THEIR'FRIENDS AND~CUSTOMERS'
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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Miss Marjorie Gerstein
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Marriage ceremony of Miss
Marjorie Gerstein and Dr. Jack
Harold Rosner took place August
31st in the Cadillac hotel, Miami
Beach, Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiating. A dinner and reception
at the hotel followed the rites.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Gerstein, 2321
S.W. 21st st., was given in mar-
riage by her father. She wore a
gown of white slipper satin with
fingertip illusion veil and car-
ried a white Bible adorned with
orchids and stephanotis. She was
attended by her sister, Mrs. David
Rosen, and Miss Marilyn Rosner,
who wore blue taffeta.
Mr, Rosner, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Rosner, Lake City,
Fla. had his brother, Sheldon
Rosner, as best man. Ushers were
David Rosen, Sid Cooper, and
Gerald Gerstein, brother of the
bride.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, the bride attended
the University of Missouri and
the University of Miami, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority. Dr. Rosner
attended the University of Miami,
the University of Florida, and re-
ceived his degree in dentistry
from Northwestern university in
Evanston, 111. where he was pres-
ident of Alpha Omega dental fra-
ternity.
After a honeymoon in Daytona
Beach, Fla., they will make their
home in Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs.
BENJAMIN WEINER
and son, Richard
Wish their many friends and
relatives a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
12,
Rabbi Korff Held
On Arms Charge
PARIS (JTA) Rabbi
Baruch Korff, who was arrested
last Saturday just before leav-
ing on a flight to London to drop
Sternist leaflets over the British
capital, will be charged with the
possession of pamphlets of for-
eign origin likely to endanger
the security of the country" and
ill. gal possession of arms and
ammunition." This was made
known by the examining magis-
trate in charge of the case.
The French police revealed the
name of another of the 17 per-
sons rounded up over tne week-
end He is Jacques Martmsky.
who was arrested last June when
anti-British leaflets were found
?n his hotel room, but was sub-
sequen ly released. It was Mar-
tfnsky vvho received, the fire ex-
nuuishers which were used n
Sng the six bombs allegedl>
found in a raid on a house near
thFSS 'iSSion available
here it appears that the "bombs
1 / not designed to cause in-
to persons in the area where
hrv were dropped, but were so-
called leaflet bombs, which con-
tain a mild charge of explosives
and which scatter leaflets over a
wide area when they explode
(The Teriburx-Herald Paris cor-
:, .ndent, who was the, only
reporter present when Korff a
arrested, said that the report that
six bombs had been found was
inaccuiate. Police in a neighbor-
ing house, using field glasses,
had seen the bombs being con-
structed but when they raided
the building under surveillance
the bombs had disappeared.
The "Diaspora Headquarters
of the Irgun. which is situated in
Paris, issued a statement deny-
ing that there has been a spin
in the Irgun command or that
prominent members have resign-
ed. The announcement added
that "the Irgun will continue its
struggle for the liberation of all
of Palestine and against attempts
to confine the Jewish people in
a near ghetto to be glorified by
the name of state."
The American embassy said
that it had not yet received any
information concerning the arrest
of Korff, his secretary, and the
plane's pilot, Reginald Gilbert.
The embassy stated that the two
were apparently American
citizens. (The Herald-Tribune
said that Gilbert had informed
the police of the plan, and had
been acting for them from the
time he was first approached by
Korff. i
A Reuter dispatch from Paris
quoted "well informed quarters"
there as stating that they believ-
ed thai the Korff "plot" was a
"propaganda stunt" to coincide
wit: the landing of the Exodus
deportees in Hamburg. These
quarters also believe that the
affair was a personal venture of
Korff, rather than an operation
of the Stern group. A source
close to police headquarters also
expres-cd surprise that only one
American newspaperman should
have been at the remote field
from which Korff took off, the
Reuter dispatch added.
British SM-rtarv
I'ndor Pressure
To < urfo Bigotry
LONDON WT^Pressure
on home secretary, James Chutei
Ede, to take action against Bnt-
ish fascists, whose pro-Nazi and
anti-Semitic activities hav
come more flagrant in rece
weeks, is expected to men
sharplv m the near future, ml I
at least one cabinet minister re-
ported ready to demand action.
Weekly meetings of the L.
of Ex-Servicemen, a fror.t I
Sir Oswald Mosley's pr< war
British Union of Fascists, in Eas.
London, which has a large Jew
ish population, have provoked
protests at the governments in-
action from the l.....v and li
press. Criticism of the home oi
fice has increased since th,
lution adopted last week by the
Trades Union conference, v
attacked the unmolested rs
ence of fascism and anti-Semi-
tism in Britain. Even the Daily
Herald, the offii ial labor pari>
paper, has demanded I at
be found to prohibit anti-S
tic provocations.
Dennis Pritt. an independent
member of parliament an I
noted liberal lawyers, has dl
a new measure to out
ances provokii and reli-
gious hatred. He is SU] p >rt<
many rank-ar.d-file labor MP's
and." reportedly, by Sir S'.
Cripps. A draft of the measure
has already h
Gen. Sir Hartli y S
must examine all bills I
they are introduced in
and" has been : assi
who is understood to be '
ing action on it. It has
stated, without official con:
tion, that Cripps. supported by
health minister. Aneurin Bevii
is attempting ti> persuade ti
home secretary to ad
MORRIS and SARAH GATT
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Miami
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ind Mrs. Alan G. Strattorn
'740 Abbott ave., Miami Beach
on Aug. 22.
MR. F. E. STERN
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Daniel Salin, Miami attorney,
heads the Miami division of the
American Jewish congress.
Mrs. Max H. K;ilz
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PAGE SEVEN
|.C Will Meet Today; Dr. Wisef
lerican President, Issues Message
[Florida division of the American Jewish Congress will open
Hall season with a luncheon meeting at the Wofford hotel.
bmi Beach, today at noon, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president.
Bounced this week.
lans for the coming season will be formed at this meeting, i
there will be a report given*-------------I"T------------
[the chairman of the location
This service aids rela-
n locating persons who are
in DP camps in Europe. Mrs.
bssur will give a report on the
seminar which she attended
jew York City last week,
hose who will attend the
tinu are Mrs. Leonard Barr,
president; Mrs. Joseph Fine,
president; Miss Clara Gol-
kgrg, vice president; Mrs.
!k Weiss, treasurer; Mrs. Ben-
Zimmerman, recording sec-
/; Mrs. Mark Kaplan, finan-
secretary; Mrs. Joseph Mon-
corresponding secretary;
Rose Weiss and Mrs. Sam
sternum, trustees.
Uso attending will be Mrs.
fence Cohen, president of the
i Beach chapter, and her
Kate, Mrs. Alfred Lesser; Mrs.
y Stepkin, president of the
11 chapter, and her delegate,
Herbert Scher; Mrs. Lena
Ik, president of Esther chap-
and her delegate; Mrs. Leo-
Curtice, publicity chairman;
Hannah Grossman, public
lions chairman; and Mrs. Ir-
Lehrman, Bulletin chairman.
Stephen S. Wise, president
American Jewish congress
the World Jewish congress,
asked Mrs. Glasser to convey
following message to Miami
rry:
,ho, unless he be a profes-
al Jewish optimist, can part
Di the year 5707 and welcome
without the deepest mis-
gs? The same grave prob-
face us at the year's close
udened us when the year be-
Brjefly put, these are: Pa-
ine, Zionism, and the United
puns. Whether the DP's emi-
pion to America they are one
ilem, for the three are close-
even indissolubly knit to-
iler.
The most critical problem
i Jewry still faces is what
he surviving one and one-
million Jews one third of
(>m aie refugees, another third
irhom would fain flee from
present habitations. One
>t face their tragedy with-
fe- ling that the war was lost,
won, that Nazism has so suc-
ied in empoisoning the world
to leave it indifferent to the
is.
The AJC feels that it is a true
Irani of democracy insofar as
pfends its ideals, its equities.
Its equalities for all its sons
daughters without regard to
faith, color, or ancestry."
Charles R. Jacobson, exec-
Hve secretary of Sholem
ige, B'nai B'rith represented
at organization at a meeting
[ the city-wide United Nations
ek Committee at the Pan
nerican league office earlier
M week. B'nai B'rllh plans
I participate in the observance
United Nations week by
heduling luncheon speakers
address their membership.
Jewish Quiz Box
QUESTION: Why does the
Jewish housewife before cook-
ing the meat?
ANSWER After the Jewish
housewife buys her meat from
the butcher, she washes it and
lets it soak for a half hour in
water, then she covers it with
salt for an hour, then washes it
again. These operations are aim-
ed at removing as much of the
blood as possible from the meat
before cooking it, since it is for-
bidden to eat blood.
QUESTION: Why is it for-
bidden to drink blood or to eat
any food containing it?
ANSWER: The primary source
of this injunction is in the Bible
where the prohibition against eat-
ing blood is mentioned in numer-
ous sources, especially in the
book of Leviticus. The Bible it-
self merely states the reason is
the fact that "the life of the
flesh is in the blood and I (God)
have given it to you upon the
altar to make atonement for your
souls." Besides this fundamental
reason, numerous reasons are ad-
vanced both by scientists as well
as theologians. These additional
reasons may be classified as
moral and scientific.
QUESTION___ What are the
moral reasons given for the
prohibition of eating blood?
ANSWER: Generally speaking,
it is claimed that blood was for-
bidden as a means of preventing
idolatrous, as well as barbaric,
practices. Many nations regard-
ed blood as the food of the de-
mons such as the Zabii, the Ro-
mans and the Hindus who used
to present it in vessels to their
deities. In prohibiting its use and
consumption the Israelities were
prevented from falling prey to
such practices. In the days of the
Temple the blood was, as was
Biblically ordained, poured upon
the earth as water, both for the
above reason plus the fact that
an attempt was made to show
that God alone is the sole owner
and disposer of life, and since
blood was the mainstay of life,
humans had no access to it. It is
most interesting to note in this
respect that medical science only
discovered as late as 1628 A.D.
that blood is of such importance
and vitality as the Bible stated.
It is also noteworthy that the
animals who feed on blood are
more ferocious in character than
others who do not. Blood might
then affect the temperament of
the person. It thus became illegal
to eat raw flesh cut from a live
animal. In. this respect Byron
once wrote: "Men, by eating what
they found raw, became little bet-
ter than animals."
QUESTION: What are the
physical reasons for the prohi-
bition of eating blood?
ANSWER: It is claimed that
the Jews, by not eating blood,
preserved the health of the indi-
vidual as well as the community.
Blood is subject to speedy putre-
faction. Thus the flesh is most
wholesome and lasts longer when
the blood is drained.
OFFICERS OF STATE FEDERATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGESPictured (left to right, seated)
Baiiey Hyman, Ft. Lauderdale, treasurer; Harry Moscovita, Lakeland, vice president; Jack
Abbott. Miami Beach, president; Abe J. Gross, Tallahassee, first vice president; Sam Silver,
Miami, secretary; (standing, left to right) Dr. Matthew Droedoff, Gainesville, vice president;
Morrice Uman, Tampa, trustee; Louis Ossinsky, Daytona Beach, trustee; Jack Kapner, West
Palm Beach, trustee; Mixton A. Friedman, Miami, vice president; Rabbi Morris Skop, Orlando,
vice president.
British Troops Employ Brutal Tactics
In Unloading 'Exodus 1947' Refugees
(Continued from Page 1)
ger's. The first troops to board
the .ships rushed into one of the
four crowded holds shouting at
the sleeping refugees to "get up
and get out." In the resulting
confusion many Jews were push-
ed up to the deck and led to the
gangplank.
The soldiers then grabbed chil-
dren and took them out, thus
forcing their mothers, and then
fathers, to follow, removing a
few hundred in this fashion.
Others who appeared reluctant,
but not ready to resist, were en-
couiaged to leave by buckets of
wati; and prods from the soldiers'
truncheons. In this manner
about half the ship was emptied.
In the two forward holds, how-
ever, virtually all of the occu-
pants refused to leave. Dancing
the rfora, they sang Palestinian
song; and defied the efforts of
the small boarding party to re-
in iv them. Hundreds of rein-
forcements were then sent aboard
from the dock area where they
had been held in readiness. They
clambered down into the holds
and. using their clubs, succeeded
in I i-ing must of the refugees to
back up against the walls.
The troops then formed a long
single line the length of the hold
and plucking single refugees from
the sides of the hold, passed them
alomt in bucket brigade fashion
to the stairs, where they were
forced on deck, and then across
the deck to the gangplank. In
the process, the soldiers struck
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and kicked the struggling Jews,
using their fists, clubs and feet.
The British authorities per-
mitted only one American and
one English correspondent to wit-
ness the operations below decks.
They reported that they had ob-
served considerable violence, but
not brutality. They said that
truncheons were used frequently,
as well as fists. Troops which
lined the gangplank and the
passageway to a large enclosure
on the pier handled the refugees
roughly and, in many cases, bru-
tally, as they descended the slip-
pery gangplank, loaded down
with haversacks and other lug-
gage.
The many incidents of mistreat-
ment of the Jews by the soldiers
provoked shouts of disgust from
American and other correspond-
ents, who saw the troops need-
lessly pummel and beat the de-
portees in full view of their of-
ticers. Intelligence officers who
were scattered among the news-
men in a crowded enclosure
threatened on several occasions
to eject any correspondent who
vocally objected to what one of-
ficer termed "a jolly good show."
Photographers were banned com-
pletely.
The people coming down the
gangplank wept openly and many
screamed that the soldiers were
beating the refugees below decks.
Others shouted: "The British shall
not keep us from our homeland"
or "Back to Auswitz."
Special Committe
To Hear Officials
Of Jews, Arabs
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)
United Nations circles this week
indicated that Jewish represent-
atives, as well as spokesmen for
the Palestine Arabs, will be given
an opportunity to state their
views on the UNSCOP recom-
mendations before a special com-
mittee composed of delegates of
the 55 countries composing the
United Nations.
The committee is expected to
be set up during the first week
of the plenary session of the
general assembly, which will
open on Sept. 16. The proposal
to create a special group to hear
Jewish and Arab arguments is
motivated by the desire of some
U.N. members to avoid lengthy
discussions at the assembly.
U.N. secretary general, Trygve
Lie, at a press conference, de-
clined to express any opinion on
the UNSCOP recommendations,
and whether they would bring
about a final solution of the Pal-
estine problem. He hinted that
an endeavor will be made at the
assembly to accord the Palestine
Arabs and the Jews the position
of official spokesmanship along
the lines followed at the special
assembly session on Palestine.
BAR MITZVAH
Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Parrish, Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah tomor-
row morning at Congregation
Beth Jacob. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will respond.
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*IDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
* Jewish fkrtdtafi
locial Service Bureau Offers
lounselling On Family Problems
By CHARLES COHEN
Jewish Social Service Bureau
Almost everyone has to deal with a personal or family prob-
im at some time in his life. Growing up, choosing a career,
Joking friends, getting married, bringing up children, facing
Iness or old ageproblems may arise through any of these
fperiences in family living.
T50 two families are ever exact- of the emigree in I -rning a new
language and a new skill and
taking responsibility for the first
time for independer'ly planning
his own life. ;
The casework service of the
Jewish Social Service bureau re-
presents the community's invest-
ment in people and their ca-
pacities to reorganize and re-
establish more firmly the pillars
of family life. The core of the
program is a faith in what timely
assistance, skilled help, and prac-
tical resources can mean to the
hundreds of individuals who come
each year to seek our service.
It is through this service that the
Jewish Social Service bureau con-
tributes to the preservation and
enrichment of family life.
alike, and no two people face
,rries in the same way. The
loblems which trouble people
as different as the people
gmselves. One member of a
|y in trouble can throw the
hole family out of gear. One
helped can restore the
jane,' of the entire group.
[Through the skilled counselling
tvices i>f professionally trained
Le-workers and through the re-
tirees available within the a-
fcncy and the community, the
pwish Social Service bureau
fives people and individuals who
re troubled about their child-
fcn; who are seeking happiness
I satisfaction in marriage; who
re coping with the loneliness of
|cl age or physical illness; who
K concerned about personality
Isturbances in a member of the
bnily; who are seeking a new
lode of life for a family deprived
a parent through death, long
iness, or imprisonment; who
Bed financial aid.
[The counselling service of the
jreau cannot be assessed in sta-
shes. It can best be observed
tin preservation of family life
le illustration earlier report-
It can be observed in the way
[puzzled adolescent confides sec-
bt hurls to the caseworker, which
Kiy make the difference between
I wing up resentful and dis-
pedient and learning to do his
in the wrinkled teary face
an ild woman whose family,
ice reluctant to have her, now
.vide her with a real home;
the shaken yet objective man-
in which a young mother
lakes plans for herself and fa-
lily with the knowledge of her
tisband's death from an incur-
|ble disease; in the joyful re-
gion <>f the adolescent and her
rents in their first concrete
lentifications with Jewish com-
punal life; in the vigor and zeal
Women To Sponsor
Fashion Show, Dance
A fashion show and dance will
be presented by the Emma Lazar-
us chapter, B'nai B'rith business
and professional women, Wednes-
day, Sept. 24th, at the Versailles
hotel, 3425 Collins ave., Miami
Beach, at 9 p.m. Tickets are $1.30.
The show is being sponsored
by Elenor's Fashions. Eve Tel lo-
gon will do the commentaries.
Tickets may be secured by call-
ing Mrs. Frances Giller at 58-1444
or at the hotel door.
Capt. Stanley S. Stein, son
of Mrs. B. Stein, 4519 Sheridan
ave., Miami Beach, has been
admitted as a patient to Oliver
General hospital, Augusta. Ga.
Capt. Stein has been in the ser-
vice for four and one-half
years, serving in the Chemical
Warfare corps. At present he
is on inactive status.
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AND FAMILY
and
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THE CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
EXTENDS SINCERE GREETINGS ON THE
NEW YEAR TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
MR. and MRS. CHARLES JACOBSON
of B'NAI B'RITH
Extend Best Wishes For the Coming Year
To Their Many Friends and Relatives
Mr. & Mrs. S. J. Spector & Family
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
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JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS
HOLY DAY PRAYERBOOKS
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214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins A Wash. Avei.
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues and Private Use.
Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-1017
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OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS
AND TO ALL ISREAL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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9:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. SATURDAYS 2:00 A.M.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
ItVach President
\amps Chairmen.
P.T.A. Board
f the eaecntive
lirmeo
the Mia B h Junioi
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lively
H itt ::as--i:
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: [i Be tram T! ind Mrs
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M It S -:- ir mother
H T f iblications;
!: A nsellor;
d Mi L. Juli HUlity
Mrs Eva
M irl Wag-
rel eshn -- Mrs Harry
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Cronir I Qtative;
k Pn aid Carl
?.!t; Tre:s*.e:
Mrs Herbert
Frir.k M Philip Lefko-
itz, mei M Guilbert
and M s C tin, supply
Mi J Wilson, par
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i] : Mrs Hal Cope-
Matzo Manufacturer,
Max Manischewitz. Dies
Mix Mai
president
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lecehred .-..;
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rounder -
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In addit c
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::' Social uk
An ardent 1
Kh :f hii
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wealth ..-. ?a.
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LINICK AUTO PARTS
5100 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-5133
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Dr. Lieberman Appointed
City Hospital Director
.-.- : Dr John F
. Army Medical
a ssistar.t director
i Mi rial hospital was
I week by C.'.y
. I R. G. Danr.er.
D Lii rman was recently
tired witl I rank of colonel
I army service.
a:':'..;a'.ed with
al hospital
in Hot Si Ark He also
Raid hospital
:-. V.' -.. D. C.: Fi'.zsirr.-
pital in Der.-
nd Steinberg hospital
. M inila, P. I.
HAULING
None T^o La-ge or Too Small
PROVPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
If SUNRAYHARK
"^ HEALTH RESORT
L'vJ!r/r HOTEL-SANITARIUM
wT Ft* BEST CCHVLESCEHCt
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ALPER &
GREENBURG
CONTRACTORS, Inc.
"Clearing Lcti Our Specialty"
Bulldozer and Drag Lir.es for
RtnlGrade A Pulverized
and Processed Much ar.d
MarlAny Mixture E::*.er
Blue Sod
Boil and Fill of Ar.y Kind
Call 4-0335 cr T8-387I
For FREE EsUmatM
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
Formerly the
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
All Work Guaranteed
NURSERY
PLANTS
SHRUBS
POTTED FERNS
FLOWERS
Joseph Melnick
1252 N. W. 33rd Streat
Phone 3-9801
SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR
2215-25 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS TC All ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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MIAMI BEACH, FIX.]
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And B. Buz* ir,
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Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Product*"
Dcro Protaa^d
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
End of Bird Rd. a Snapper Cr.sk
ASK FOR
Kosher Zion
PRODUCTS AT YOUR
Local Delicatessen
This label in
sures your
health.
U. S. Gov't
inspected.
Demand It!
Delicious
Salami
Weiners
Corned Beef
Pastrami
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
Florida Provision Co., Inc.
^ Operated by
PEARL BROS.
Distributors
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE M|4|
House and Lawrence
TEXACO SERVICE
800 West Flagler Street
Phone 2-9966
Lubrication A Specialty
Gas^OilService
GREETINGS
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To All Our Jewish Friends
McAllister Flowers
Say It with Flowers
But Say It with Ours"
629 S. W. lsi St. Phone 2-3773
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St.
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
PL-me 3-8749
Phone 3-7856
m i u i i: >' s
Moil's Shop
MEN'S
Furnishings and Clothing
Cooks and Waiters Uniforms
WORK CLOTHES
247 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TAMIAMI
UPHOLSTERING
COMPANY
2465 S. W. 8th Stree,
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 481721
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
MAIN U-DRIVEIT
SERVICE
J. BARBASH & SONS fa
261 N. E. 1st St. 9hmSk
Order
Home
'Good to the Last Fin"
824 JEFFERSON AVE.
Phone 58-2763
MIAMI BEACH
I
MIRRORS
FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
I Auto Glass Installed Furniture Tops
Store Front Construction
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE
"If It's Glass We Have It"
1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756
ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ
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3-5O00
669 N.W.6^ StfeeL
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
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UDAY, SETTEMBER12. 1947
Education Department
tsues 559 Certificates
,.,,,. Department of Education
sued r>5!> teaching certificates
"mii the month of August, rep-
enting an increase of 132 over
le amount issued during July,
Lt,. School Superintendent
lolin English has announced.
Tcnglish said that the school
Lnartment issued 99 post gradu-
, 257 graduate, 17 undergradu-
e go provisional, and 126 tem-
br'ary leaching certificates dur-
Ihe month.
[One hundred and twenty-nine
the certificates were issued to
fct-of-stale applicants who ap-
Kicd and qualified for the teach-
ljp permits.
\n increase in the number of
hen applying tor certificates was
noted, and English reported
t ii4 male teachers received
[ic certificates to teach. Only ao
brmits were issued to male
s during August of last
ar, he added.
Issued the teaching certificates
toni Miami were 34 residents.
They are:
, graduate certificates: Bnma
Mit Sadie Butts.
I .i flentcs: Miss Edith
I Mrs. Itorothy. Quarterman,
u inji Be i\ alia, M las i atherine
, \\ nil:.in Moe, Mrs. Fteba
L Miss Item Ice Dacks. lira.
b i mi, Mrs, Mildred Bailey,
L:. iiHi-n Mulli ii, Mi-s EEvelj n Raye,
c line Mplcer, Mrs. Barbara
\ii-s Marjorle Plummer, Miss
ilinmer, Miss Willie Mac Ivcy,
, l.ilu Fisher, .ln-,-|iii Kruiulis.
\i Rubensteln, Mrs. Ester
mil Miss Elisabeth Bartlett.
I'mli graduate certificate: Mrs. Mary
lidi.y.
. lonal graduate certificates:
I,., ,\ H Mullock, Forrest Boone, Miss
Mi ere, Robert Rust, Mrs.
Button.
I Temporal-) certificates: Miss Frances
| i 'llnton Brettell Mrs. Betty
i i. Francis McAtoon, MIsh Ar-
K.1II.
rJcnisfiflcridttar?
PAGE ELEVEN
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida State
Exterminating Co.
BEN NIREN
SOS Meridian Ave. 5-0219
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
I ha undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARVEY'S FOOTWEAR, at 1415
Washington Ave.. -Miami Beach, Fhv,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Oourt of Dade
County, Florida.
L. FRlEDLER
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for L. Frlcdler,
3,',3X S W. 1st Ave.,
Miami. Florida.
9/5-12-19-26 10/3
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
y
Arrangements have been
made for all University of
Miami Hillel students to at-
tend High Holy Days ser-
vices at the Coral Gables
Woman's club. Students who
have not already done so are
asked to leave their names
at the university bookstore,
main campus. Rabbi Albert
Michels, director of the Hillel
foundation at the university,
announced this week.
Hollywood counar__certy
Dietz, 18, 1034 Jefferson ave.,
Miami Beach, has entered the
beauty contest sponsored by
Dade county parks department,
a feature of the Tequesta festi-
val opening $6,000,000 Ricken-
backer causeway and SI 1.000,-
000 Crandon park, Nov. 9-11 at
Miami. Screen test and possi-
ble career go with the crown.
University of Miami junior,
brunette Gerry weighs 108
pounds, is 5 feet 3 inches tail.
MR. and MRS.
M. LEIBOVIT
310 Jefferson Avenue
Miami Beach
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UMiAR UI.'HKNCK BEAUTIFUL
;HOKH, Intend to register the said
lainn with the Olerk of the Circuit
"ourt of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY ROTH MAN
RI'TH ROTHMAN
IJURNETT ROTH,
Attorney for Applicants.
8/89 9/5-12-19-26
PALM BEACH BRIEFS
Mrs. S. Pearl, 729 Penn st., has
returned from a vacation trip in
the nnrth and California.
Mrs. Nathan Schocoff and
children. Lillian and Jack, have
returned to this city, after having
visited in Brooklyn. N.Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Polonsky are
moving to Miami, which they will
make their permanent home.
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Blicher
have returned from the American
Dental Association convention in
Boston. They also toured the New
England stales.
Cantor I. Wallack. Charlotte,
N.C. will officiate for the High
Holy Days services at Temple
Beth El. He will make his per-
manent home here.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI JUNIORS, at 8841) .V W. 27th
Ave., Miami, Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ult Court of Dade County, Florida.
BEN HRLI'KIN,
Solo Owner.
/12-19-26 lu/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
URABLE VENETIAN BLIND
MANUFACTURING CO., at 1062-64
f. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends
lo register said name with the Clerk
i the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MRS. FKITZIE LITTMAN.
Sole owner.
', 12-19-26 10/3-10
University of Florida Tau
Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon
Phi. national college social fra-
ternity, will hold a swim-dance
in honor of new students Satur-
day at 8 p.m. at the Blackstone
hotel. Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIS MARKOWITZ
Extend New Year Greetings
to their entire
Family and Friends
HUM 1 II mull "III" limil ii ii 1 mil .... Ill III
jJhllilJIii.jiii.il!.
Our full rrews plus our ample facilities make possible
your assurance of a building for THIS season's
income.
IMIX'T IH-I..W!
Bring your plans for Apt. Bldgs. or hotels lo
R. R. Adler
Adler Construction Co.
1634 Euclid Avenue
Phone 5-4700
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I lie undeisign.il, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
i.ADY REN1ER LINGERIE OF MI-
AMI, at 4:, N. E. Hlh St., Miami, Fla.,
ntends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAYER E. REINER
Sole Owner.
'12-19-26 10/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
liuslness under the fictitious name of
'I & K SALES COMPANY (not inc.),
11 61K West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MAX GOLDSTEIN
IRVINO KAISER
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for 'Applicants.
'../U-19-26 10/3-10
IMPRESSIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will be held at
The Hebrew Academy
918 Sixth Street (comer Jefferson Ave.)
Miami ISoacli
During the Forthcoming Holidays
ROSH HASHONO
Sunday Evening. Sept. 14
Monday, Sept. 15
Tuesday, Sept. 16
YOM KIPPUR
Tuesday Evening, Sept. 23
Wednesday, Sept. 24
The well-knew a Cantor, Reverend Twenty,
will officiate
Tickets May Be Procured at the Academy from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m, daily7 p.m. to 10 p.m. every evening
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL HOTEL, at 251 N. W.
First Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY LA DIN
METER LADIN
NATHAN K. SFECTOR
S 15-22-29 9/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
liuslness under the fictitious mine o
LITTLE RIVER REALTY CO. (not
inc.), at 100 N. E. 79th Street. Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the cierk of the Circuit Cou.t oi
Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM P. C. FORGE.
Sole owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant.
- 15-88-88 9/S-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 -he undersigned, desiring to engage In
i nminim under the fictitious name of
I'ARPET MART, at 1031 5th Street.
1 Miami Bench. Fla.. Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ALBERT KEEN AN.
I Sole Owner.
I -22-29 9/5-18-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
uslness under the fictitious name of
VANCY ANN FASHIONS, at 26a N
\V 5th Street. Miami. Fla., Intend to
regtrter said name with the Clerk of
I the Circuit Court of Dade County,
1 'rlda' IRVING BIRNBERO
LEONARD COLEMAN
S/22-89 9/5-12-1* _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
MENDELSOHN'S OCEAN VUJ^A
RESTAURANT, at 1301 Collins Are..
Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD MENDELSOHN-
BAN NIK MENDELSOHN
l/N J/.-U-19-W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
iho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of | HARRY DIET/.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute." House Hill No.
1175, Chapter No. 10968, Iswii of
Florida* 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for
Dade County. Florida, upon receipt
of proof of Ihe publication of this
notice, the fictitious name, to-wit:
FLORAL NOVELTY MANUFACTUR-
ING CO., under which we are engaged
In business at number 715S N. W. 5th
Court, Miami, Florida.
That the parlies Interested In said
business enterprise, are a-s follows:
IRA H. SCHCLMAN
HENRY 8CHNEIEB
HAROLD TURK,
Attorney fur Applicants.
8/29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTIO.E IS HEREBY GIVEN tost
the undersigned, desiring lo enlace in
business under the Nctitlous name of
SUN RAY MARKET, at 1169 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dale County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN AI'.RAMS
REB.V AI'.RAMS
I'ACIFIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY at
''ill' N Miami Avenue, Miami. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
lerk nf the circuit Oiurt of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH I. SCHWARTZ
JACK COHEN
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicants.
S/29 9/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALV1N BUILDERS SUPPLY COM-
PANY, at 26th Avenue and All Baba
Street, opa-locka, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAURICE CORENBLUM
TILDEN CORENBLUM
SADIE CJORENBLUM
Partners.
SILVER, KAPLAN,
DIETZ & LASKY,
Attorneys for Applicants.
8 15-22-88 9/5-12
Attorney for Applicants,
Congress Building.
8/16-28-28 8/6 18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALLIM-ART COMPANY (not Inc.).
at 324" N. W. 27th Avenue, Room 385,
Aviation Building, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD KNOBEL,
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
8/16-28-88 9/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HILL & FRANKS SUNDRY &
LUNCHEONETTE, at 2835 N. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade CJounty, Florida.
I. ROBERT BERGENS,
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
8/1S-88-88 9/5-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUSINESS A N D PROFESSIONAL
CREDIT SERVICE, at 130 Calabria
Avenue, Coral Cables, Fla., intends to
register said name with the ("lerk of
the Circuit Oourt of Dade County.
Florida.
MAURICE ROSENBLOOM.
Sole Owner.
S/15-22-29 9/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
i lie uiulci signed, desiring to engage In
liuslness under the fictitious name of
MILDSMITH INSURANCE AGENCY,
at 823 Seybold Building, Miami, Fla.,
"iteuds lo register said name with the
ierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i ounty. Florida.
(ICY L. OOLDSMITH.
Sole Owner.
, .- -i.i ;, :,_i2
NO. IC- UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bosiness under the fictitious name of
JUCB RICH CO. (not Incorporated).
.it r48 N. W. I8nd St., Miami, Fla..
intend.*, to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN
WASMAN & SIX.VER,
Attorneys for Applicant.
S'29 9/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 111360
NOTICE TO APPEAR
WILLIAM PAUL GEORGE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHIRLEY HATFIELD GEORGE,
Defendant.
TO: SHIRLEY HATFIELD GEORGE,
Lobata, West Virginia.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the BUI of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before September 25, 1947, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order to be published once a week
'or not less than four successive
weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 25th day of August, 1(47.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1028 Seybold Bklg
Miami. Florida,,
i/W /IMI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 111262
THELMA KRIKIN H1RSHTEIN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
OSCAR B. BIRSHTEIN,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: OSCAR B. BIRSHTEIN,
717 Boush Siie.t,
Norfolk, Virginia.
Defendant in the ahove-styled
suit.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to be
and appear before Ihe Circuit Court
in and for Dade County, Florida, on or
before September 19th, 1947, to a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce brought
against you by TI I ELM A KRIKIN
BIRSHTEIN, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED this 21th day of August,
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk of the Above-Styled Court,
llv WM. W. STCHKINCi.
Deputy Clerk.
JAMES HENRY W1LLOCK,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1308 Clongress Building,
Miami, Florida.
1/22-29 9/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19768
In Re: Estate of MURRAY MAS-
SEL, deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each Of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have acainst Ibe
estate of' MURRAY MASSED, de-
ceased, late of Daile Clounty, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Hlanton. County
Judge of Dade County, and file same
in his office In the County Oourt-
'louse in Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
iddress of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as nforesaid,
or same will be barred. See Section
120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Dated August 26. AD 1947.
MAE MASSED.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Murray Maaael, deceased.
WASMAN & SILVER,
Attornevs for Administratrix.
1/29 9/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 111391
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BERTHA FILSMN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM M. FILSON.
Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM M. FILSON,
Defendant.
YOU ARE ORDERED to file your
Appearance to the Bill for Divorce
filed against you, on the 89th da) (
September, 1947; otherwise said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
I>ated this 27th day of August. 1947.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. R LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By WM. W. STuCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
8/89 9/5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CJOUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE.
No. 1!I6I
In Re: ESTATE OF MAX RICHMAX,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Again t
Said Eetate:
Tou,,and each of yu' are hereby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MAN RICHMAN, deceased,
Vrt9 ,r..Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. K Blanton. County Judge of
Dade County, and file the same In Ins
orrice In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
firat publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be swoi i
to and presented as afcrnald, oi
*m SJST"1-* S*e Sect,on 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Dated August 16, A. D. 1947.
, AC,L,ir'TA R EALKENHE1M,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
sAMMulLRSl,5A,k.r?'c"M--
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMrfp
lln Hoars Speakers
Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mr?
Mrs Harry Platoff. members of
the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah, addressed members of
the newly formed Deborah chap-
ter of Hadassah at a meeting of
the group Monday.
Mrs. Platoff. financial secret-
ly, outlined divisions of Hadas-
I :n Palestine: Youth
Aliyah, Hadassah medical organ-
n. Jewish National fund.
and child welfare and vocational
n ng. Mrs. Rubin presented
details on the medical organiza-
tion and its components.
Mi s Le i Levin, program chair-
man, reviewed activities for the
ng year, and a skit was pre-
Mrs Arthur Singer
and Mrs. David Isen.
\. -.z of the group will
be held Oct. 13th at the Beach
Cabana club. 43rd St. and Collins
ave., at 1:30 p.m.
ELLIS BAKER BAR MITZVAH
F. n of Mr. and Mis.
Manuel Baker. 1859 S.W. 16th St..
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
.... at the Miami Heb-
S I and Junior C >n-
greg Rabbi Simon April
will resp >nd.
Engagement Announced
Of 2 U. of M. Students
Announcement I
ment of two L*n -
students, Miss Selr S -
mon and Franklin S
being made th -
Miss S
of Mr. and M -
of Bait Md
km is the son I M
M. Kankm. 17: 1 M
Miami Beach.
The
at the university, w
pledged to Delta Phi 1
rority. Mr. Nank
the -:: -
Alpha Epsil r. P.
is a Navy v
for tw
Rosh Hashonah Statement by
President Truman
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Personally Speakiti
Miss Malvina Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs l u,
Miami Beach, will leave next week for New York to JS
her studies at Columbia university, where she is workba
master's degree. Son
Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal, Savannah, Ga., who is Visiti i I
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, 1845 S.W. Ninth 7
the High Holy Days, will be entertained by friends of her Hi
at a luncheon Thursday. Mrs. Blumenthal is the former F*u
April. # # T
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus dr., Miami Beach
vacationing in New York City. "'
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden, 4410 Nautilus dr., Miami Beort I
have returned from a vacation in Canada and the NewEnqLi
slates. ~
Mrs. Max Orovitz, 2115 N. Meridian ave., Miami Beach a
Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, 140 N. Hibiscus dr.. Hibiscus island, Mm!
Beach, have returned from a ten-day shopping trip m New V
City.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Taran, 6520 Allison rd., Allison hk
Miami Beach, have returned from a two-month vacation 1
Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin. 1344 S.W. 17th tar., haveasilu,
guests Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davis and children, Steven and fat
of New York. Mr. Davis is Mrs. Kotkin's brother.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Adelman.
Daughter, Harriet, and
Son, Henry Ted
Wish All Their
-ids and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry August
and Children
720 S.W. Twenty-Eighth Road
W .-
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Yl
B
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown
All 1
'
H VPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Emmer
and son, Philip
Ml Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. David Adlerblum and
Family
Wish All Their
F ii nds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babud
and Family
W
Friends and B
A HAPPY NEW YI
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
;:
'. V NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
and Family
Wish All Their
ind Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander
and Sondra
Wish All Their
F ..-nds and Relatives
a HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George Balber
and Daughter
W
Frii n Is in IE
A HAPPY NEW YE
Morris and Anne Alpert
and Family
Wish All Their
F iends and Relatives
a HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr
and Family
Wis A
F: :. nds
A HAPPY NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear
and Family
Wish Al
Friends ind B
A HAPPY NEW YE
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beck
and Daughters
w A
Friends I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
Wish All Their
F: lends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and Son
Wisl
Friei
A HAPPY NEW '
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronslein
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Eernstein
and Family
4565 N. Bay Road
Wisl
Friends and B
A HAPPY NEW YE
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson
and Family
Wish All Tl
Frii nds and F
A HAPPY NEW YE
Mr. and Mrs. G. August
1375 S. W. Sixth Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August
and Children
1585 S.W Eighteenth Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis August
and Children
519 S.W. Twenty-Fifth Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block
and Family
2164 S. W. 16th Terrace
Wish All T
Friends
A HAPPY NEW
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
A
F
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen
2220 S.W. Nineteenth Terrace
W i A '
:. I I
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
W
I
i NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel
W
F
' YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cornblum
and daughter. Maxine
Wish All Th( -
Friend"
NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond
and Family
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s
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich
All -
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Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dubler
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg.
Geralyn and Jan Harvey
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. "rliijg
and son. Mark
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert FeUu"
and Children
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
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and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Lillian Fisher and Family
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleeman
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliegler
and Daughter
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer
and Son, Henry
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and
Daughter. Charlotte
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Friends and T
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenslein
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson
and Fanvly
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nds and Relatives
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E.
Bronslon and Family
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Friends and Relal
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Abe Eisenberg
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r nds and Relal
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Loon Elkin
and Family
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1 Is and latives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland
and Daughter
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tI ends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Gadon
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Yetta Geier and Daughtol
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. GmKb|
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gttwg
and son, Irring
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillnm
and sons, Marvin, Jeifry
and Barry
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glw
and Daughters
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW_YEAR_.
Mrs. Margaret C. Cluck
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. George GoldW
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadort. GdH
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Friends and Relatn
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr.TndMrs.S.H.Gol^
and son. Marnn
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A_HAPPY NEW YEAt
Mr. "and Mr.. Charles Go**
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Friends and RdaW
A HAPPY_NEWJ.,
Mr. and Mrs- D-t" **1
and Familr
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_AJLAPPYJ^EW3Ah
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel GoW^
and Family
A HAPPY NEW VIM


)AY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1947
Forum Speakers Agree Solution
Jewish DP Problem Is Palestine
'JewisliJhrHton
PAGE THIRTEEN
. hundred members and
fcts of Sholem lodge, B'nai
Eh. heard a panel of four
hers virtually agree that Pal-
,. appeared to be the only
(lmn to the Jewish displaced
i,,ns problem in Europe at a
t,i H;ill discussion held this
trticipiints in the lodge Town
_ forum were Mrs. Max Dob-
flhin y Snnonhoff, Abe Arono-
and Henning Heldt.
hi- audience applauded Simon-
fs niDinmendation that the
,. ,,f Nations' mandate be
Jived and the recent United
Ions findings for a Jewish
onal homeland in Palestine be
l I "Ut.
Irs. Dobiin traced the reports
5 hf whom agreed that Palestine
i the only solution to the Jew-
"DP" problem. She pointed
that Palestine offered the
fchological cure for the har-
_ed persons since they would
[immediately integrated into
IJeuish community of 600,000
ions in that country,
harp disagreement from the
audience greeted the talk given
by Abe Aronovitz, who stated
that the solution lay in "clear
thinking on the part of all Jews
in the United States." He urged
that American Jews clean house
by registering their constitutional
power in the form of votes di-
rected towards informing their
congressmen of their feelings re-
garding new immigration laws.
He advocated passage of the
Stratton bill, which might admit
400,000 persons to this country
and strongly condemned the
sending of thousands of innocent
DP's across the seas though they
knew in advance that they were
not welcome In other countries.
He further stated that the United
Nations program might be a sec-
ondary solution and stated that
America should lead in admitting
Jews.
Henning Heldt, political writer
of the Miami Herald, called the
DP problem the "greatest mass
human tragedy of modern times,"
and pointed out that the Jew is
a man without a country and that
forced repatriation was not the
answer to the DP problem. He
strongly urged passage of the
Stratton bill and scored the
United States quota system as
being inadequate. He pointed out
that America could well absorb
the DP's at this time, that 60 per
cent of them were in the 18 to 44
year age group, that many were
farm laborers and skilled work-
ers, and that their presence in
the United States would offer no
real economic problem.
Since all European nations
have refused to accept the DP's,
Heldt continued, Palestine ap-
pears to be the ideal solution.
He pointed out that there are
150,000 children in these groups
and that 341,000 DP's still remain
in camps, while 157,000 live out-
side of camps. Sixty-five per
cent of all DP's are Catholics, 25
per cent are Jews, and 10 per
cent are Protestant. DP's in the
United States could be self-sus-
taining, he stated, and such ad-
missions would slash the tax-
payers' burden to support them
in Europe. It cost Americans
130 million dollars in 1946 to
feed displaced persons.
A question and answer period
followed the main discussion with
Sam Silver, lodge president, act-
ing as moderator.
Luban School To Open On Beach October 1
Opening of the Luban school,
1055 Lenox ave., Miami Beach,
a boarding and day school, is be-
ing announced by Director Sher-
man S. Luban. Opening is sched-
uled for Oct. 1st, and registration
is being held at the school build-
ing until that date.
The school will be in session
from Oct. 1st through May 31st
and will have schooling from the
first grade through high school.
A regular curriculum will be
taught by graduate teachers.
Transportation will be provided
by the school for day students.
Mr. Luban has had twenty
years camping experience and
has taught in private schools. He
is a graduate of Lehigh univer-
sity, Bethlehem, Pa., and Dickin-
son law school, Carlisle, Pa. He
is a member of Sigma Tau Phi
fraternity and was admitted to
the New York bar.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
//
tz and Mrs. Sol Goldilrom
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
I A HAPPY NEW YEAR
At. and Mrs. Ruby Gohn
and daughters and
Mrs. Celia Javin
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
dr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
and son, Jimmy
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ti. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Harry Greenberg
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
(r. and Mrs. Max Greenberg
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John Gross
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
nuel H. Grundwerg and sons,
Moses J. and Saul
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Morris and Sarah Guix
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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*r. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
" Yorker Hotel, Miami Beach
, Wish All Their
friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Abraham Halperin
Washes All Hi=
Fnonds and Relatives
J HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. N. H. Hanltoff
and Family
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a .ndsand Relatives
.AJIAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs L. j. Htx
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.'""<* and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes
and son, Seymour
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
318 Twenty-First Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas
and Sons
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and children. Doris and Harvey
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Krieger
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Klrstein
and son-in-law and daughter.
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Koblenz
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Koretsky and Son
Walden, N. Y.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Lester and Sadelle Korshak
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Langner
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lasarus
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk
and son. Sheldon
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie
and Sons
3114 Prairie Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer and
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mannheimer
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Mechlow
Wishes His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Orlansky
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller.
Gershon and Evelyn Miller
DiLido Island
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
1426 S.W. First Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Sophie Miller and Family
1919 S.W. Seventeenth Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Minkoff
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff
and son, Stanley
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintser
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Palay and
Daughters, Marcia and Roberta
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pallant
and daughter
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. A. Pepper
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Pont Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Polk
324 N.W. Twenty-Third Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quadow
Phoenix, Arizona
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin
and Daughter, Roslyn
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Samuel J. Rand
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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j^^PTEMRn,
Sunday Wedding Rites
Join Irwin Spellmans
Wedding ceremony of Mum
Marion Silverman, daught. ol
S"1S Mrs. Meyer B.^lvermaj
36 N.W. 25th ave.. and 1 rwffl
Spellman, son ol Mr and Mra
Joseph Spellman 2926 UN 22nd
st.. took place Sunday at Con-
gregation Beth David Rabbi Max
Shapiro performed the 2 p.m.
ceremony, and Canto, Maurice
Mamches assisted. A reception
for guests : Mowed in the hall
Miss Barbara Sicgel was maid
f honor, and Olor.a Silve nun
was bridesmaid for her
Sumner Spellman. brother ol the
bridegroom, was best man, and
Alfred Silvi rman, the bride s bro-
ther, was usher.
Mrs. Spellman is a graduate "f
Miami Sen High school and is
a member of Tau Alpha I
local soroniy. Hei husband at-
tended seh.', .Is in P. ston.
Pictured above is Niiss Lucille Turchin whose engagement to
Ah Kroll was announced las! week. Miss Turchin, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turchin. 1030 14th st., Miami
Bee i, is a junior ot the University of Miami, where she is a
>er of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Mr. Kroll is the
son I Mrs. {Catherine Berger, 7900 Collins ave., Miami Beach.
Sunday Nuptials Unite
Harry Brookeslones
Wedding ceremony of Miss
Evelyn Rodan and Many Brooke-
stone was performed by Rabbi
Irving H. Lehrman at the Robert
Richter hotel, Miami Beach, on
Sept. 7th. The bi li the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Ro-
dan, 1030 W. 47th St., Miami
Beach. M'". Brookestone is the
son of Mrs Fanny Brookestone,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miss Renee Goldberg. Long Is-
land, was maid of honor, and
Lawrence Rodan. brother of the
bride, was best man.
Now honeymooning in the
north, the couple will make their
home on Miami Beach.
Pictured above is Rabbi Albert
Michels. rabbi of the Hillel
foundation at the University of
Miami. Rabbi Michels will con-
duct High Holy Days services
at the Coral Gables Woman's
club. The services are under
the auspices of the Coral Gables
Jewish center.
MRS. HERMAN WEDS
Marriage ceremony of Mrs.
Fannie Herman, 849 Douglas rd.,
and Isaac Lukin. of New York,
took plaec Wednesday at Con-
gregation Beth David. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. The couple
will make their home in Miami.
Beverly Cohen Wed
In New York
Wedding eerem
Beverly Coh. n Tajl/' and Mrs. Dav "?><
S.W. 2lst street ifti
Schwartz Waterb^rJS
Place Sunday, Aug.^
Impenal Manor mIr5
The br.de j. a *M
Miami Senior H,gh 2?<
husband attended New vl1"
vers.ty and is now a 1k
Oklahoma A. k M. *S
The couple is now \,m.
ing at the National ffiS
Beach, and w,llmakcl*
in Stillwate,. """N
Among those who atte^.
wedding I,,,,,, this area w,
and Mrs. Louise Cans v,
Mrs. Phillip Rothschild \l
Dr. and Mrs. M. Schar.J
Beach Mrs. Rost R *
daughter Rene, and Mr. xJ
Samuel De.teh. all of HoSJj
Miss Goldfield, Fiancel
Plan November Rites
Engagement of Miss Tw
Goldfield t A. Horace BuZ
has been announced by he,
renta, Mr. and Mrs. IfaJ
Goldfield. 2001 S. W. 17thalJ
Burnstein is the son of Mr a
Mrs. Williani Burnstein. B.
lyn, N.Y.
A graduate of Miami iM
High school. Miss GoldMj
tended the University of ](a
where she was a member o!*.
Alpha Pi social sorority. |
Burnstein attended New ],
university and served xj
Army for three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravitz
and Daught r
v; sh All Th. ir
nds and Ri itives
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard
and Family
Wish All Th
nd Ri' itives
.' HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their
nds and R. itives
' HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
410 Forty-Fifth Street
v -h All Their
Friei Is and K latives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
1672 Jefferson Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevaa
and daughter, Linda Debra
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Philio Romer
and Family
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i nds and R<
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose
and Family
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nds and Ri ,lives
.' HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose
and Familv
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nds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten and Familv
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nds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ard Mrs. Norman A. Rossman
and children
Norman. Jr. and Sally
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Flhel Rothlein and Family
Wish All Th. ir y
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mri. M. S. Rubin
2420 Flamingo Drive
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY ww VKAR
Mr. Irving Saal
Wishes All His
. nd Relal
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
and Family
Wish All 'l i ir
Friei nd R .lives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Fi ends and R lativi
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel
Wish All T leii
Frien Is and I: Latives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberg
and Family
W sh All T
F: i n Is an II
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schrager
and Family
Wish All Their
Friei
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their
' Is and 1 .
_A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
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Frien is and R> lal
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Seiderman
518 Euclid Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaft
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
_A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
and Family
21 Ocean Drive
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Friends and Relath
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan
and Family
1622 Michigan Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver
and Family
w sh All Thi
Friend- and Relal .
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and Patricia and Fredrick
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Friends and I
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Daughters
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Stepner.
Barbara Allen and Stephen
Avery
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Irwin Stone
Wish All Then
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and daughter, Marilyn
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
m Wishes All His
Friends and Relal
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
_A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"fiL^Sff Mrs- D- S'nqer
1726 S.W. Tenth Street
, Wash All Their
Friend* and Relal
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. W D. (Bill) Sing,,
and Family
. Wish All Their
Friend* and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Friends and Relattvi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen
and Family
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin
and son. Wayne
S22 Michigan Avenue
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1- ''ids and Relatives
A II VPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobin
and Family
550 Michigan Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. George P. Werbtl
_ Wish All fteir
I lends and Relatives
__ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl WeinkU
and Family
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f ; icnds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weiaa
and Son
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. J. We*
1448 Biarrili Drive
Normandy Isle
W h All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAS
Mr. and Mrs. Paul WeiUM
W i All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Willin
and Family
W h All Their
Friend- and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wrorf
and Family
W i All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY JEWJEM
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wo*
and son, Raymond
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAJ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wud*
and Familr
W-h All Their
Friend- and Relative
A HAPPY NEW YEA8,

Mr. and Mrs. Joe l&
and FamilT
Wish All Their
Friends and Rela^*
A HAPPY NEWYW
Mr.-and Mrs. LouU ''
Wish All Their
Friend.- and HeW"
A HAPPY NEW VX^
Mr: and Mr.. Lou V*
and Farni'T
Wish All Their
Friends and ReW*
A HAPPY NEWJ3
Mr. and Mrs. Ham J
and son. Ig**
w;sh A!t' SS U
Friend* and R< y $
A HAPPY NEJ*>
TheZi..nF.njT
Wsh AH The_
Friend, andJ*Ztl
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* Jew 1st ftcridttan
PAGE FIFTEEN
>.' M Symphony
11 Feature 8
Lical Artiste
entii'th anniversary of the
[iH of the University of
li Symphony orchestra by
IlU. Dr. Arnold Volpe will
larked this sea.-on with an
Ision program which will
eight pairs of subscnp-
fconcerts, .,
fcerts will bc held at the
L senior High school audi-
,,. Sunday afternoons at
,n(| repeat performances
*,' held on Monday evenings
In I)r Modeste Alloo is con-
|r. and Dr. Joel Belov, is
late conductor.
s Marie Volpe, manager of
fchestraj has announced the
irine program:
., ,; iimar Novaes, pianist.
I Rugglero Rlocl, violinist.
u'i'-," li. l,n Traubel, soprano.
Orenor I'l.iiK'iisky. 'cell-
15.11 Wltold MnU-uiynakl.
rh 7.8 Y.-lnull M.-nuhln. vlolln-
L 1.-. Muriel Kerr, ptanlat
| 24 26 Alexander hlunls, bass.
liner. Beach Realtor
In New York City
:,.] Berliner, Miami Beach
,,: died last week in Hark-
tavillion in New York City
i age of 51. Funeral services
held in Paterson, N.J.
in in England, Mr. Berliner
Id to Paterson in 1920 and
Miami Beach in 1943.
jas a Mason and a member
|e Miami Beach Real Estate
He was a generous con-
|t..- to the Jewish Federa-
lof Charities.
Tviving are his wife, Rose,
lighter, Mrs. Leila Bogart,
bii adopted son, Ronald, and
Is and brothers in Paterson.
(Tilliam Kappell. young
erican pianist, who played
lhe University of Miami
nphony orchestra last sea-
sailed on the Queen Mary
week for his first Europe-
Iconccrt tour. He will appear
London, Copenhagen, Aar-
Budapest, Vienna, Oslo,
Ks, Rome, Milan, Stockholm.
kssels and Leiden.
" OrWn Weep your
-3S5;
f' COHtttOl
a 3-4848
phone J*
1901
OSlPllTl riST CON1ROL
IBEER
IN KEGS
DELIVERED
ICE COLD
ALL EQUIPMENT
FURNISHED
< all 2-7283
FLORIDA BEVERAGE
SERVICE
34 S. W. 8th Ave.
Don't Moan ...
By DR. Z. I. SABSHIN
Miami Beach
Here, now, Israel
Though dark is your sky,
Behold 'Rosh Hashonali
With no tear in your eye.
Awake with your prayer
Put a cheer in your book.
Go on, as with a struggle,
Pray for your homeland's nook.
Your history is long-
All rich of tears.
Now, justly get arms-
Forget all fears.
Thy folk in Europe
Have no place to go.
They still are tortured
Ah, shorten their woe!
Here, on land and sea
Your peoples are brave.
Toward Ziona homeland
For them now you pave.
Pound your prayer
Of your New Year more,
Messiah surely is coming
Don't moan, as before.
No regular meeting of the
Beth David sisterhood will be
held during the High Holy
Days, but members are asked
to meet at the Talmud Torah
Saturday. Sept. 27th in the
evening to help decorate for
Succoth.
'p&UMpM-l *S* \0V JP*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Sholem Lodge To Hear
Representative's Aid
Grant Stockdale, aid to Rep-
resentative George Smathers, will
address the members of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith today at the
Downtown club at noon. He will
tell of his experiences in the na-
tion's capital as assistant to Sma-
thers.
Burnett Roth, luncheon chair-
man, will introduce the speaker,
and President Sam Silver will
preside.
Miami chapter of the Women
Flyers of America will hold its
regular meeting Sunday, Sept.
14th, at 1 p.m. at the Miami
Flying service, Tamiami air-
port. Membership in the or-
ganization is open to any wo-
man interested in aeronautics.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
U DRIVE MOTORS
INC.
861 West Flagler
Miami Florida
ALL NEW CARS FOR SALE
and U D R I V E
Phone 3-8263
TO ALL .
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
HARRYI.MAGID
MIAMI BEACH
Getter Class Listings On
Oceanfront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-&S6S
"Trustworthy Service"
We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
WEAVER PIANOS
MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5951
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
U. S. TIRES
EMERSON TIRE CO.
600 rvi.E. 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St.
PH. 3-5308 PH. 48.3442
Mr. Adolph Chiel and Mr. Hyman Zaidman
Owners of the
imim-: KOSHER
Meat and Poultry Market
159 N.W. Fifth StreetPhone 3-1430
WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS AND PATRONS A
lonrmi nron nstsi niufr
III OH HOLY DAYS
SERVICES
SPONSORED BY
Coral Gables Jewish Center
RABBI ALBERT MICHELS
CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK
Limited Number of Seats Available at $12.50
SERVICES HELD AT THE
WOMEN'S CLUB A UDITORIUM
1009 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard
(Adjoining Coral Gables Public Library)
Tickets on Sale During the Day and Evening
7 p.m.9 p.m.
2613 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
TELEPHONE48-1061
Irving GerstenfeldMrs. S. Lieberman
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DOLLY MADISON
ICE CREAM
DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES.
Inc.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Office and Plant:
10804 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 78-2422
High Grade
TAILORED
VENETIAN
HUM**
Thomas Venetian blinds are
specially designed for Florida
usedurable and long lasting.
All blinds installed and guar-
anteed prompt shipment on
out-of-town orders.
Phone for Estimates
9-7555
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

"ft" Your Host j
WELCOMES YOU J
TO THE 4^.,
NATIONAL Hotel
MIAMI" tC^^sT.
DINING ROOM
: KIAIl lOUWf
PRIVME MKH.
iW(MMINC
m
ACCOUNTANCY
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
EVENING CLASSES
STARTING ,
SEPTEMBER 29. 1947
The Thorough. Concentrated College Level
PACE COURSE
In Accountancy and Business Administration
PENINSULAR INSTITUTE
PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES
223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 3-1570
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Miami Beach
A modern, progressive, co-educational all-day
school presenting an integral program of
Exemplary American Education and
Progressive Hebrew Instruction.
Heaistration Still Open
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSES IB THROUGH 5B
Higher Classes To Be Added Next Year
KINDERGARTEN CLASSES MUSIC AND
Ages 4 to 5'/2 Years THE ARTS
School Opens September 8. 1917
Transportation Provided Hot Luncheons Served
Address918 SIXTH STREET
corner Jeflerson Avenue
PHONE 5-4361
PAN AMERICAN PRINTING COBIP.
34 N. W. Third St. Phone 3-0394
S. WYATT SEWELL
Extends Best Wishes for the New Year
to their many Jewish Friends and Customers
WISHING A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
HIMIMII STEEL PKOIHTCTS
4100 N.W. Thirty-Seventh Court Miami, Florida

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>Jeistfkridiari
DAY. SEPTEMBtR
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
sinnEY hilUHAQ-------
H JULY, 19*6, UPON T DEATH Of M OF
AMERICA'S FORIMOST LABOR LfAKRS.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN DECLARED:*THf CAUSE
Of DEMOCRACY IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE
WORLD HAS LOST OWE Of ITS
. MOST EFFECTIVE AND
DEVOTED EXPONENTS'
iW
0RN IN LITHUANIA IN 18*7 SIDNEY WAS TO
BECOME A RABBI. BUT fATE INTERVENED.T
BOYS IDEALISM TOOK ROOT IN THE
STRUGGLE Of THE PEOPLE AGAINST THE
r.ESPOTlC CZAR. IN 1905. DURING AN
ARDENT POLITICAL RAUV, A.
SIDNEY WAS ARRESTED^ ).
AFTER SIX MONTHS IN PRISON,'
UNDER "NERAL AMNESTY.H RUMC*S OF THE WONDERfUL DEMOCRACY
OUTSIDE HIS COUNTRY, YOUNG HIILMAN
EMIGRATED FIRST TO ENGLAND AND IN 1907
TO THE UNITED STATES.
DESPITE DIRE POVERTY.(HIS SALARY AS
A GARMENT CUTTER AVERAGING <>.00
A WEEK) HIllMAN TREASURED NISNEW-
fOUNC fREEDOM.WHEN POOR WORKINt
CONDITIONS IN THE 6ARMENT INDUSTRY
RESULTED IN A STRIKE BY FIVE GIRLS IN
1910 THEY WERE OUKKLY JOWEO BY
(000 UAPIOWIS.INCIUWNG M41LMAN
MTWI TUMI NWS ,000 MORE MUiK !Tn
HUMAN HU IUCTEP SPOKESMAN f W 0Wu
STTUf THE STRIKE OUKKLY. HILLMATS TWj m
NOW ONLY TNE CAUSE Of lASOfl AMD I |HJ|2
pitsNxjfT m m mumm mm pjS
HE WAS MARRIED IN 191b TO
BESSIE ABRAMOWITZ.ONE Of
THE FIVE ORIGINAL STRIKERS.
IN 1933 HILLMAN WAS APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE LABOR
ADVISORY BOARD OF NRA. FOUR YEARS LATER,HE ARRANGED
A UNION CONTRACT fOR 9S% Of THE MEN'S GARMENT
INDUSTRY INCLUDING A THIRTY MILLION DOLLAR WAGE <
INCREASE AND THE GUARANTEE Of AN "IMPARTIAL CHAIRMAN
IN CASE OF DISPUTES.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT APPOINTEO
HILLMAN TO THE NATIONAL DEFENSE
COMMISSION IN 19*0. AND LATER
PROMOTED HIM TO THE ASSOCIATE
DIRECTORSHIP Of THE OPFKE Of
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT.
WITH HIS DESIGNATION IN 1943 AS CHAIRMAN
Of CIO-PAC, HIllMAN REGAN THE MOST
SPECTACULAR PORTION OF HIS CAREER.
ROOSMIVS RE-ELECTION THE FOUOWWG
TEAR WAS SAID TO BE DUE LARGELY TO
NIllMAN'S ORGANIZATION.
AT THE A6E OF 59. HE WAS
SUDOENIY STRICKEN WITH A
HEART ATTACK BR0U6HT ON
BY OVERWORK IN THE CAUSE
Of THE FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY
K( CHERISHED.
4*Su
W<
zm
>'H
s
tunmiiT >mt irmiM mwuPN'c t
U. of M. To Teach
Human Relations
v. :. Benjamin E. Bionston,
. realtor and presi-
the South Florida chapter
. ran Council for Ju-
.-. i d a chair of human
at the University of Mi-
. i ly this year, it was the
its kind in any competi-
ollege or university in the
1 States.
A one thousand dollar grant
been donated to the project
by Max Orovitz, Miami Beach
. and past president of
the G eater Miami Jewish Fed-
and will be used to pur-
ks, films, and other ma-
: >T the course.
I sen to fill the chair by the
university is Dr. Gordon W. Love-
joy, who was picked from among
1 I andidates, He will bear
the title of professor of human
A native of Chicago,
Dr. Lovejoy was graduated from
the University of Florida and al-
- i received his master's degree
there. He earned his doctorate
the University of North Caro-
lina. He formerly taught at the
University ol N C rolina,
Furman ill ty, and Lynch-
burg collegi F. m 1942 until
1945 he an officer in
the communications division of
the Navy.
Thus far. D; I. y hi set
up a i .. patterns in human
relations Lati p Id
others in American minority
peoples and action programs,
Dr. Lovejoy Lists s ime of his
aims as me of
the ignorance that exists regard-
ing certain faiths and races, and
that is why the course will be
started with the ap-
proach; presentation of the facts;
continuation of inter-cull
workshops to educate the ti
ers, who in turn can disi
truth and dispel ign nan;
ceptions of faiths and races; and
'he in nti riled eon-
tacts.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Everglades Laundry,
INC.
2120 N. W. First Ave.
MIAMI
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Hive your roof repaired now; you
will eave on a new roof later
"Satiafactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 9. w 22nd Avenue
I'HONE 4-Sa80
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
and Relatives
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Life insurance Eetatea
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G ANS
Metropolitan Life Ine. Co.
907 Biacayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
Your Complete) Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise,
Washington Av. at 13th 8t_
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flac>r St, Miami
Get Off the
It* ,i(4ii Track
TWO BLOCKS from N. W.
27th Ave., at the Corner of
N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St
YOU'LL FIND
MUSA ISLE
HOME OF THE
SEMINOLE INDIANS
IF IT RAINS YOU WONT
GET WET ALLIGATOR
WRESTLING PIT UNDER
COVER EXHIBITION
EVERY HOUR. EVERY DAY
Drive Out or Take Yacht
Seminole Queen
Pier 6. or City Bus 35
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
extends Best Wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
WELLS
Leisure Apparel for Him & Her
5-7178
JOE LINN Lincoln at Collins
EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BAKER'S STORE
EXTENDS GREETINGS
A MIAMI INSTITUTION
We Invite Your Charge Account
137-43 N Miami Avenue
Phone 3-2350
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MAYFAIR SHOP
Women's Apparel
1133 Washington At*. 581212
BAB'S
Women's Apparel
2005 Collins An. Vanderbilt Hotel
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H>
II & It KOSHER MARKET
804 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Hob" Pierce Uarnvy #'*!
/
TRULY NOLEN. President
ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS
TERMITE CONTROL
WE SPECIALIZE IN
5-YEAR
GUARANTEE
5-3444
41st Street and Prairie Ave.
Miami Beach
Miami Phone 2-2555
FREE
INSPECTION
*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LB.
&
Realty Service
1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING
Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754


IY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
*Jewist fhrtdian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Asks Support
ring New Year
/} JACOB SHER
mt. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Greater Miami Jewish
totton
bf the
tunity.
h-oud.
fcntral
truly reprcsenta-
Jcwish people of this
Organized a scant
10 years ago as
purely a fund-
raising agency,
our Federation,
through zealous
[efforts of an
[ever widening
leader ship of
: men and women,
has taken its
[ place as the one
lutstanding or-
! g a n i z a tion of
which all of us
Now functioning as
planning agency for
activity (welfare, social,
nunal) in which we are in-
|cd( the Federation is the
at order to which we all
subscribe and wholeheart-
Isupport. Varied interests of
lewish population are well
Used by the numerous syna-
i- liters, clubs, and socie-
Ibut Federation holds claim
lei right thinking Jew""and
pong rallying point for ever
this community who is
ious of the welfare of his
Jew, here or abroad.
is my sincere wish that each
pu enjoys a Happy New Year
of good health. As
sident, may I remind
you will really help
Sweden Jews Contribute
To European Refugees
STOCKHOLM (JTA) The
Jewish community of Sweden
made public this week a report
which shows that although there
are only 10,000 Jews in the coun-
try, they have contributed $1,-
100,000 to the support of Jewish
victims of Nazism in Sweden
since 1933. The report disclosed
that the Swedish government
during the same period all
$400,000 to Swedish Jewry for
aid to Jewish refugees in the
country.
continue to dev I r time and
money, in in ;m ,unls,
when- I call upon you from time
to time. The demands for over-
seas relief will und lubti dlj again
be heavy this year. It will be
necessary to continue the ( nerg-
ency and heroic efforts of the
last two campaigns, to alleviate
the suffering and to rehabilitate
the Jews of Europe. We in Miami
also recognize cheerfully the de-
mands of the many fine local
institutions which are expanding
in our wonderful and rapidly
growing community. Federation
supports 52 agencies, overseas,
national and local! hope you
will stand by.
IJJ
Dr. Samuel C. Kohs, authority
on psychological testing and
prominent statistical scientist,
whose "imaginative, indefatig-
able, and inspiring direction of
the day-to-day work" of the
Bureau of War Records, Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, is
warmly acknowledged in
"American Jews in World War
II: The Story of 550,000 Fight-
was recently hailed as a man
ers for Freedom." Dr. Kohs
to whom the Jewish commu-
nity of America is indebted for
his performance of the "highly
essential task of assembling
the great mass of war records"
depicting the role of American
Jewry in World War II. Dr.
Kohs is now serving as field
secretary of the Western Slates
sectionJWB.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Wont You
iiav-a-Tampa
Cigar?
"They're Different-
Eli Will Cigar and I obacco Company
73 N.W. Eighth Street Phone 2-8185
i
1 '?
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RABBI and MRS.
LVIGDOR GOLDEN
and FAMILY
^nd Their Best Wishes for a
IAPPY. HEALTHY AND
10SPEROUS NEW YEAR
K> the Jewish Community
ff Miami and Miami Beach
particular, and to the
louse of Israel generally.
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. JOE SHERMAN
2186 N.W. Seventh Avenue
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
David R. RifasHyland Rifas
Miami Title and Abstract Company
22 Years of Title Service In Dade County
i}J
1 t 1
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41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
TELEPHONE 3-6661



Rabbi and Mrs.
[Saul B. Applebaum
JT WISHES TO ALL THEIR
MIAMI FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
EDWARD ROTH
and FAMILY
OUR MANY FRIENDS
EXTEND BEST WISHES
A HAPPY AND
>SI'KROUS NEW YEAR
lark R. Parker
Distributor
"TOMS TOASTED
PEANUTS"
Candies and
reanut Butter Sandwiches
GREETINGS !!
Ollic Page Service Station
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Complete Service"With a Smile"
2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
It Has Been a Pleasure to Serve You
North Reach Home Patrol
6190 Pine Tree Drive Phone 6-1911
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. M. HEAR & SONS
3841 N.E. Second Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
"See Our Outdoor Display"
Sellick Stone Studio
Everything In Cast Stone and Plaster Including
Garden Furniture
765 N.W. 20th Street Phone 3-2784
J. H. SELLICK, Owner
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WOLPERT fUlwft^^
1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS"
dixie Time?
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
SEIBERLING TIRES and TUBES
WILLARD BATTERIES

See
DIXMF TIRE C
^^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH *
M> fit
943 Fifth Street
1840 Alton Road

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PAGE EIGHTEEN
Hollywood Group
Plans Activities
First meeting of the ladies aux-
iliary of the Hollywood Jewish
Community center for the 1947-48 |
season was held at the Center,
Tuesday. Sept. 2nd.
Plans for a Bazaar to be held i
by the group in January were I
formed. Mrs. Isadora Orgel. chair- i
man of the fund-raising commit-j
tee, is in charge. Assisting her
are the Mesdames Martin Wohl.
Jack Dresnick, Sylvia Fincke.
Jacob Gold. Louis Kravitz, Joseph I
Iiaum, Michael Lubilin, Louis
Manzar, Phillip La vine, Fred Gil-
der. Fred Mannheim. Ted J. Sor-
in. Max Kaufman. Dena Alder-
man. Edgar Galvin. William
Flacks. Harry Joslyn. Jack Reiss,
[sadore Kolinsky. Nathan Nimitz,
and Louis Golden, the group
president.
Mrs. Fred Mannheim, chairman
of the house committee, reported
on plans being made for monthly
parties to be held at the Center.
Each month is to depict a par-
ticular nationality. First of these
Will be held Nov. 27th and will be
dedicated to the Hungarian nat-
ii inality.
Fust affair of the year will be -
a kitchen shower to be held early
in October. Contributions of
those attending will be used to I
purchase uniform supplies for the,
Center kitchen. In charge of this
program are the Mesdames Leona
r, Louis Kravitz, Fred Gil-
der. Joseph Schecter, and Arthur
Simons.
Rabbi Dar.iel L. Davis, for the
past twenty years rabbi of the
Reform congregation in Lan-
caiter. Pa., has been appointed
director of the New York Fed-
eration of Reform Synagogues,
it was announced by Col. Fred-
erick F. Greenman, president of
the New York affiliate of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. Rabbi Davis, a grad-
uate of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, will head a federation
comprising thirty-six R.-form
congregations in the New York
metropolitan area.
Kronish Elected
Vice President
Of Alumni Group
Rabbi Leon Kronish, T<
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach,
elected southern vice presidi
the alumni : '''
lish Institul f A
annual m the group
June at I l'n"'n ''''"
lege, N. V >rk City.
Ral k ':. also attended the
58th convention of the C<
nRal
Montreal, i anada, which wa
tended by almost 500 rabbis
all over the United States nd
ter-mai i iage, ci
turgy wi i i 'ed.
While in th, Rabbi K n-
ish atti nd Si
is Education I by the
Hebrew Ur. n i liege, and -
as an fl it< from M mi
Beach to 1 n\
the Zionist On nization of
Ami
^ggA^SEPTEMBER
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAH
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
G. M. DYKES
IRON WORKS, Inc.
69 N. W. Third Street
Phone 2-5960
DIXON COSTUME SHOP
724 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-5333
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FUTURA FURNITURE
AND DECORATING CO.
1502 Alton Road
Phone 58-1961
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere wishes for
A HAPPY AND PHOSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SAM SE1TLIN LOUIS SElTLtN
ESTHER R. GROSSRERG BLANCHE YOLLl
FANNIE LEVITT
of
SEITLIN & COMPANY
Insiiium i-
406 Congress Building
Phone 9-3836
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EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Sayer and Daughters
Extend best wishes to all their friends lor a
Happy New Year
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Hpupliolsli'ring
S iii (mrr
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Kri rntli.
('ornii-PN
GUARANTEED WORK
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
rffav 33089
^ S W. 1 7(lt COURT
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAVID
R.
BAIN
On Biscayne
REALTOR
7232 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-1140
COOL OFFSPEND THE HOLIDAYS IN THE MOUNTADB
DUNCRAGGAN l\\
Hcndersonvillc, N. C.
Reasonable RatesExcellent FoodPrivate Swimming Pool
OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING FURNITURE
ACE RUG CLEANERS
CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS
Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes
Rugs Cleaned, Dyed & Demothed Carpet Laying & Repairing
26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 Miami 36, Fk
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ideal I pholstertng Shoppcs
1167 S. W. 6th Street
PHONE 2-0332
GREETINGS
MAY WE ALL BE BLESSED WITH HEALTH, STRENGTH
AND HEARTS OF KINDNESS TO AID
THOSE IN NEED
Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO
AND FAMILY
L'SHONO TOVA
V
QTUami SLcK,%>dLa
r^Tides1
ON OCEAN DRIVE AT 12th and I 1th street*
THE SKYSCRAPER MOTEL ON THE OCEAN*
1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. MORRIS NEWMARK
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM KESSELMAN
MR. and MRS. S. H. GRUNDWERG
and FAMILY
II A II O L D'
INC.
Hairdressers
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR PATR0.VS
1039 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
E. LAS OLAS BLVD.
FT. LAUDEROALE
MAY THE BLESSINGS OF PEACE AND HEALTH
LEAD THE WAY FOR A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH JOY AND PROSPERITY
TO ALL JEWRY AND TO ALL MANKIND
rru. and nui.
Formerly of the Tides Hotel
MIAMI BEACH
and their children-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lazar
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Fox


?A^SEPTEMBER 12. 1947
* Jenisfi Flrr/dHnn
[ach To Be Site
Cancer Meeting
florida's great strides forward
tie last 18 months in fighting
feer have attracted to the state
of the most important cancer
ferences of the year,
he conference will bring to
,,, Beach on October 12, 13,
and 15 wore than 300 leaders
|h. rancor fight from 12 south-
|crn and southwestern states,
S H. B. Ritchie, regional com-
ndci of the American Cancer
ty>s field army, said this
E.
lianii Beach was selected over
tations from more than a
re of cities, Mrs. Ritchie de-
fed, because Dade County had
liked the move that swept
[ida in a year and a half to a
Lt among the nation's leaders
fth, effort to bring cancer un-
control.
The delegates will be able to
at first hand," she said, "the
Insive planning and organiza-
that made possible Florida's
bendous advances.
fLess than two years ago, the
|tc was one of the most back-
rd in cancer control. Today,
ne of the things that it is do-
are a model for the rest of
United States, and others al-
fcdy have been copied and a-
pted by other states."
he four-day session will be
jjd by the delegates to map de-
Jed plans on which the cancer
it in all 12 states will be based
I tlie next 12 months.
The delegates, both lay and
5i,.-.-. >nal. will be drawn from
Has, Oklahoma, Virginia, the
rolinas, Kentucky, Mississippi.
Ilisiana, Alabama, Tennessee,
orgia, and from every county
Florida.
Complete plans for the confer-
ee will be announced within
UMSCOP Report
Please* Agkney
JERUSALEM (JTA) Wel-
coming the report of the United
Nations Special Committee on
Palestine, although expressing the
hope that certain of its recom-
mendations would be modified by
the general assembly, Mrs. Goldie
Meirson, political chief of the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, has
urged that the interim period
preceding independence for the
Jewish state be as short as pos-
sible.
Mrs. Meirson appealed to both
the United Nations and the Arab
states to co-operate in securing
a shorter transition period. She
reiterated the desire of the Jews
to maintain friendly relations
with the Arab nations, and asked
the Palestine Arabs to co-operate
now in initiating "good neighbor-
ly" relations so that when the
two states are established, a
friendly treaty can be concluded
without delay.
two weeks, Mrs. Ritchie said, but
the nationally prominent speak-
ers already scheduled include Dr.
Charles Cameron of New York,
medical and scientific director of
the American Cancer society; Dr.
Alton Ochsner of New Orleans'
Ochsner clinic; and Mrs. H. V.
Milligan of New York, national
commander of the Society's field
army of 500,000 volunteer work-
ers.
Hosts of the conference for
Florida will be Dr. John N. Moore,
of Ocala, chairman of the State
Executive committee, and Mrs.
Malcolm Smith of Tampa, exec-
utive director of the Florida div-
ision; and for Dade county, Dr.
Alfred Levin, chairman of the
County Executive committee, and
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Field
army county commander.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TUTAM MOTORS. Inc.
SERVICESALESPARTS
PLYMOUTH
21(i Minorca Avenue Coral Gables
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ItOLLIN'S GARAGE
146 N.W. Fifth StreetPhone 3-4634
"A Complete Automobile Service"
TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHARLES SCHAFFER
P. & S. %l IR\ U I STATION
ATLANTIC GASOLINE AND OILS
High Pressure LubricationTires, Tubes and Accessories
jNinth Street and Palm Avenue Hialeah. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lianii lleaeh Wholesale Grocery Co.
Formerly WUCHER and LYNN
834 First Street
Miami Beach
746 N.W. 32nd Street
Symbolie of I In* Season
Gorgeous Flowers
from
(The Jzxoik (fewebsm, 3,llc-
Four Fine Stores to Serve You
MIAMI BEACH l MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE
5-2961 2-0519 2304
2-3105
FLOWERS BY WIRE THE WORLD OVER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Miami Beaeh Checker Cabs, Inc.
24-Hour Service
U-DRIVE IT CARS PHONE 5-3411
I

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Everybody's Exterminators
"Don't Be AnnoyedHave Them Destroyed"
Phone Miami 2-7832 Miami Beach 6-3755
After nine-yrat flight, Steffi Nnvbaum
11->ear-olil war orphan, recently at
rived in New York from Shanghai u
make her home with family IriprMM
Sieffi'k wandering began when hei
mother and grandparcnti lle in 1938 from Berlin. After her molher'i
death, Steffi':- grandparent- eared (<>
her until she found hmt-n here with
the aid of United Service for New
Americans and the Joint Ditrihnlion
Committee,
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*i!
MR. and MRS.
I. A. DURBIN
and FAMILY
735 Fourteenth Place
Miami Beach
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ariisdie Millinery Shop
LATEST SELECTION IN~HATS
N. SCHAEN, Proprietor
237 North Miami Avenue Telephone 2-9160
Happy New Year
Mr. ami Mrs. f"Edw." Mereer
and Family

GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I. C. HELMLY FURNITURE & DEPT. STORE
22 N. W. First Street
\4 ?
\%4 '
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
i'
M. and MRS.
SIDNEY PEPPER
and FAMILY
1600 S.W. 16lh AvenueMiami
MANNHEIMER
PRIVATE SCHOOL
WISHES YOU A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Once again ice are featuring
two separate kitchens (milk
and meat) for our boarding
and day students.
Established 1934
To All Our Friends and Patrons a Most .
Happy New Year
DON'S BARBER SHOP
EXPERT HAIR CUTTING
> r
" t

SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL
LA CUCARACHA CUB
2386 N. W. 62nd Street Miami Phone 7-9513
NOW HEADQUARTERS: AMVETS, POST No. 28
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
^ASBESTOS T
TABLE MATS >
*
Happy New Year
W a if the New Year bring you
Health and Happinens
*
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late Henry
sky. former
Rabbi A. Lelyveld
Will Direct Hillel
Appointment of Rabbi Arthur
J. Lelyveld. New York City, as
national director of B'nai B'rith
Hillel foundations was formally cector 0f B'n Hillel foun-
ident of B'nai B'rith; William
er. Philadelphia, and Robert
Lappon. Dos Moines.
The :'; ,,f Rabbi
Lelyveld will b< effective Dec.
31, at which time Dr. Sachars
resignati n v effect
i Lolyv.: -- >';-'K di-
announced last Friday by Frank
Gold. an. Lowell. M ISS.. presi-
dent of the nation's oldest and
larg si Jewish service organiza-
tion.
The announcement came at the
conclusion of the B'nai B'n*.:: Na-
tional Hillel commission meeting
in a two-day sessi in in Wash-
ington, D. C.
Als i announced was that Dr.
A l. Sachar had been
cd national chairman of the Hillel
eon
01 ificers named were Wil-
liam Gerber. Philadelphia, vice
cha m a n: M Bisgyc
Wi [ton. D. C, seen tary, and
Joseph Paradise, New York City.
treasi er.
A; the conclusion of the --
sion ihe t< Mowing were 11
.Mm: m s for the fort:
ing \ ar: Mrs R tier, L is
A:... .-: Rabbi Solomon Gold-
man. 'hicago; Dr. William H
L'niv I Michigan, Ann Ar-
bor: Isaac Wagner. Chicago: Al-
fred Benesch, Cleveland: Dr.
Paul dent of Q
college. New York City, and
Judgi SI nley Fuld,
New York court
of appeals.
B'n. : B'rith President Goldman
inted seven members of
tin)
Alfred M Cohen, hon-
orary president of B'nai B'rith.
iti; Dr. Louis L. Mann.
C Dr. Joshua Loth Lii b-
man, loston author of the I
i f Mind"; Dr. Philip :
l. s an, Los Angeles; Mrs
Daisj Monsky, i wid iw oi
dations. will serv< as acting di-
the end of the year.
The newly i Hillel di-
rect. "I nsively
-;., i;nii s and
is well kn iwn in J w sh com-
. ircles for
- peri-
ls, th( Angl -J ish press,
. | s Ei '1 ip dia
He :.- :..
the Commit! for Pal-
f the Zionist zation
: A f the
f the Cent
As
Hillel S ar will
head the ] body di-
. In
lis report to I ". Dr
two new
Hillel ..:. .- lished
: at Pi incel n univ< til
,ind the L'n '' -- uri.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW*JeaT
Carilihcan Marble and Tiler
A. R. Hightower
"Watch For Our Downtown Location"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FOR YOUR DINNERSTOP AND DINE AT
CHICK l\\
1101 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-9i32
NAMED
Rabbi
NATIONAL HILLEL
DIRECTOR
Arthur J. Lelyveld
(above). New York, was named
national director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel foundations by the
B'nai B'rith Hillel commission
at its annual meeting in Wash-
ington, D. C. on Aug. 28th.
His appointment will lake
effect Dec. 31st. Rabbi Lely-
veld succeeds Dr. Abram L.
Sachar. Washington. D. C. who
resigned to devote himself to
lecturing and writing.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOE I AIUIIX.TOV Inc.
Safeway SteelScaffolds
46 N.E. Sixth Street Phone 9-3870 Mians
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Pan American Optical Co.
406 Longford Building 121 S. E. First Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
T
MRS. LEON GARDNER
And Son, Lloyd,
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
>
Mrs. Freda Newman
Mr. Arnold Newman
Mr. Edw. T. Newman
WISH
THEIR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
VlilISII CLASSICAL HOI II
EVERY SUNDAY FROM 12 NOON TO 1:15 P.M.
STATION WINZ (940 on your dial)
WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS THANKS AND
GRATITUDE TO ALL ITS SPONSORS
WISHING THEM ALL
A HAPPY. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
M. NASATIR, Program Director
R. G. Martin (Martin's Drug Store)
Mr. and Mrs. Mendelsohn (Mendelsohn's Ocean Villa
Restaurant)
Mr. and Mrs. L. Katz (United Kosher Market)
Rohan and Sons 'Rohan's Paint S. I. Freedman (Freedman's Hebrew Book Store)
T. Nolan (Economy Exterminators)
B. Reilley, T. Goodman (Miami Beach Awninq Co.)
Orlin-Gerber (L & G Glass M. Greenfield (Built Rite Venetian Blind Co.)
A. Kennedy (Trail Realty Co.'
Mr. and Mrs. Alechman (A 6- A Porter Service)
S. Samuels (National Delicatessen)
Weisman Son (Bakeri'.e Bakery)
WE THANK YOU ONE AND ALL
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
mi ii i. s si nil market
"Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market"
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop B
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5744
$
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southeastern Terminal and
Steamship Company
28 S.W. Fourth Street Phone 3-08K
Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders
A Very Happy New Year
I im line's Grille
Bar and 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
y
SIDNEY H. PALMER
Owner and Operator
T
OUR SINCEREST WISHES
FOR A NEW YEAR
REPLETE WITH HEALTH
AND HAPPINESS
V
MIAMI MONUMENT COMPANY
urr ^r, Memorials of Distinction"
WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF MONUMFNTC
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!
v m A"?,Yles of *** Lettering
You Need No Long*, Wait 8 to 10 Months for
_, *M Monument
Showroom: 3279 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4.5g22
*
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A 1.1, A P A T T A II
STATE BANK
1316 N.W. 36th Street
In the Heart of the Northwest Section
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISSEL and Family
AM'S
ILVER FLEET
Telephone*1
Coral Gabl^
TAXI BAG
U-DRIVECARSFORi
Chevrolet Plymouth Dodge Buick
1946 MODELS


)AY, SEPTEMBER VI
'nai B'rith Looks
The Future
By MAURICE BISGYER
tttional Secretary, B'nai B'rith
3,i ;in October day in 1843, a
netful of men comparative
Lcomers to these shoreswere
Ipired by the vision of Ameri-
dumocracy to make a cove-
rt with the heritage of the land
which they found sanctuary
bm the tyrannies of the Old
orld.
Those newly adopted sons of,
herica were the founding fath-
of B'nai B'rith (Sons of the
Ivenant), now the oldest and
Igest Jewish service organiza-
In in the United States.
|W::h B'nai B'rith now in its
Kond century, it becomes in-
Aasingly apparent how wisely
fd how well its founders built,
hey designed a program en-
mpassing the purest principles
a progressive democracy and
rthering the highest interests
humanity, which successive
aerations of B'nai B'rith leader-
lip have followed with im-
basurable benefit to the people
1 Israel.
[Considered in its broadest sense,
at October day in 1843 was a
Iritable Rosh Hashona for Amer-
an Jewry. Free from doctrinal
erences, B'nai B'rith then ana
hw affords a common platform
\r service on the part of all ele-
enis in the Jewish community
cause it is universal, its ob-
jctives are of interest to all
jws, and its emphasis is upon
le positive values in Jewish life.
[Because of this well-controlled,
lough non-dogmatic approach,
|*nai B'rith over the years has
iept pace with the problems of
he nation and the Jewish people.
fhouh guided by tradition, tra-
Ition has been no restraint in
(scalding activities that have
Utlived their usefulness. B'nai
B'rith has remained dynamic by
meeting the vital, day to day,
needs of the Jewish people.
Representing a cross-section of
the American Jewish community,
B'nai B'rith contributes to the
national health of American de-
mocracy through an intensive
year-round integrated program of
service on both national and com-
munity levels. It is a program
executed by more than 300,000
members in men's lodges, wom-
en's chapters and youth groups
throughout the United States and
Canada. Above all, it is a pro-
gram making a distinct and valu-
able contribution to the welfare
of the nation.
When others bemoan the lack
of moral fibre and responsibility
in youth and attribute all our
ailmentspolitical, economic and
socialto a misguided younger
generation, B'nai B'rith devotes
itself to training and molding of
thousands of young people for
healthy and useful lives through
youth agencies emphasizing char-
acter building.
Recognizing that youth is the
repository of positive influences
and Jewish values, B'nai B'rith
has organized Hillel Foundations,
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion and the Vocational Service
bureau to mold the character of
tomorrow's" citizens and to turn
their interests into constructive
channels.
On the international scene,
B'nai B'rith is helping to arouse
the conscience of the world to
recognize the plight of hundreds
ol thousands of displaced persons,
of every faith, lodged in the
camps of Europe.
These are but a few examples
of the B'nai B'rith program in
action. Its scope lays down a
challenge to the future.
The acceptance of this challenge
by its membership points toward
a more unified American Jewish
community, even more essential
service and, as President Roose-
velt once said, "its (the B'nai
B'rith) program of good will
strives toward harmony among
the component elements compris-
ing our American society."
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
LaPoliiI* Awning Company
425 S.W. Sixth Street Miami, Florida
*
CANTOR and MRS.
Julius Rosenstein
and Son. MORTON
1401 Alton Road
Extend best wishes to their
relatives and friends for
the coming New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
NATHAN GLOSSER
[Extend Best Wishes For
the Coming Year
To All.
Jest wishes for a happy
NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
Alexander Eushner
and Family
Dr. and Mrs.
MAX TENDRICH
AND DAUGHTER
HELENE
747 West Avenue
EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
THEIR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Savory Bake Shop
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
1684 Alton Road
PHONE 5-4941
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jimmy's Drive-In Restaurant
Some As GoodNone BetterJust Good Food
639 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 3-7594
TO ALL' A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Lith-I-Bar, Inc.
Concrete Products
NATHAN M. KAPLAN
927 Lincoln Road 12825 N.E. 14th Avenue
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Dav il Hess Fixture Company
Fluorescent Lighting
336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774
y
$
GREETINGS !
Fitzpatriek Paint Company
"FitzThe Paint Man"
BE RIGHT USE WHITE KNIGHT
Courtesy Extended to Contractors
J. R. FitzpatriekPhone 2-4766
725 North Miami Avenue Miami, Florida
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MOE FEINGOLD
Moinar Construetion Company
2323 S.W. 21st Avenue Phone 48-3847
THE BEST FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
PRESIDENT MADISON
HOTEL
3801 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Building Maintenance and Supplies
Corporation
2734 S.W. 28th LaneMiami
HAPPY. HEALTHFUL and
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TO
OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
T. B.
McGahey Motor Co. Inc.
1930 N.E. Second Avenue
Phone 9-6516
CHRYSLER
and
PLYMOUTH

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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
iMiisJ\ThrkHari_
^H^Ay,_gEPiS8g
T1
'Between You and Me
By BOH1S SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9?
1 IK" JV"" ft**.., -------
with the opening session of the
8dmini8tration of Jerusalem, since
there is a lot of Russian properts
in that city But on this ques-
., t00 oromyko would have no
SSS of winning, if A^Hc
and Britain agree on bask ae
dsions as t how to implement
the I'NSC'OI' n-p.'1-t
PRESSING PROBLFMS:
P Zionist lead, """he
unified economy which th.
L'SHONAH TOVAH: ftfSui" OUTLOOK:
The Jewish New Year concides TTO, u.n.
The lineup wit] UN SCOP report recommends...
tin*'
ould
Krnassrassa a? saw ;"""
with the openinu session ol me .......* -- ,-,-tee- UNSCOJ' repon .........
Mr. and Mrs. M. KEILSON
2252 S.W. 22nd Terrace
MIAMI. FLA.
$
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
issue...It must be remembered th, v can : prevent big
that the British Government, in power p >ver Pal(
pn ng the Palestine ease to ... In 1 v !"'
the IN. reserved [or itself the Sl. if an understanding is
right not to carry out the recom-1 reached between the Ui
mendations of the U.N....The U. gi es Britain under which
S. is the government that can the former will support a pro-
exi 5e the g nfluence on p, ; the Palestine trustee-
the British Cabinet and force gnjp be vested in the hands of
Bi to accept th< U.N recom- g, ajn Howe* underr
iations.. .Even though this s. pi ivide
was not the ease with regard to that Britain may call upon any
the recommendations m Palestine government share
made a year ago by the joint An- v. n of
glo-American Committee.. .There th< I p...In this way.
will, of course, be plenty of ma- Britain, as the prii I trustee,
neuvi ing .tnd barga ning behind Uil! be ven af
the scenes at the U.N. as well as th sh*
ie open sessions of the As- wants I sha i th "bu len"...
, .And it can be expected Britain will thei call
up. *n the Unit St tea but not
on :.-.. S S R. ... It stands
that me of the i ec< mmendal ns
e U.N. Special C mmitt
Palestine will be modified...
II ,-ever, the basic iecomtw
tion which urges the termination
Palestine mandate will not
be : ight by any delegation ...
r have loi favored re-
1 nt of the mandate by a
ip .The A abs at e for
I in :. e mandate,
Jews igainst such
ten tion...Henc< thepr
w.. which coun uld be
; by the U.N. trusti
Pa for I im period
until Ji .
ed.. In tins. too. the
Uni i States will p ly the
if it a
pon lib ith Britain
:
reason t the USSR, evei
ba : ed I >m part ting in the
eship \ i ;
cla m | | n in the V N
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI FLORAL CO.
Flowers For All Occasions
ge I by the Warner family
vei 41 >
Tel graph
A tion
111 S.W. Fifth Avenue
Phone 2-6823
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Airway liar and Restaurant
PACKAGE GOODS AVAILABLE
STEAKSCHICKEN "Vitit Our Dubonnet Row
8727 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7.3^
L 3-3431.
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
I
WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Z of, rofluAld 01 **.eii
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
14 HOUR
wui*ctstMv/ce
M* HOUR 1
LIVE POULTRYKOSHER KILLEDFOR THE HOLIDATJ
"OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING"
The Chieken House
Paramount Live Poultry Market
Phone MM
237 N.W. Fifth Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
|p>n mark's i a si Stone Compaq
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden SetsPottery
StoneOrnamentalPlaster
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-63M
\)
JOS. L. PLUMMER
Funeral Director
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
1448 N.W. Sixty-Second Street
Phone 7-9472
With DIGNITY
and RESPECT
. our competent staff is
ready to relieve you of all
the details in your hour of
bereavement.
Ambulance Service
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
M I A M 1 T 1 X S II 0 P
Designers and Builders of Bar, Hotel and
Restaurant Equipment
PAUL HINCKLEY
Phone 2-3596 545 S.W. 22nd Aen*
Washington Avt,
WARD Y. NttiWMAW '',-:
A etSEN8EQ,:%MUrer'; :
lo New Ywk:
1 6d Amsterdam Ave
;:;
"1"""'"'.........*
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
I DEAL IRON wo Ilk*
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On the JobPortable EquipmentExpert Welding
Broken Parts Made Strong As NowGeneral Repairs
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1755 North Miami Avenuo Phone 92501
;ii.b
Htitm&iial CAajitt'
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Treasurer
5-5S44
1850 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BI \( II
R. A. NICELEY
Funeral Director
1
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EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDENLAWNS-FARMS
Phone 2-0541
BranchesHomestead, Weal Palm Beach. Belle Glade
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympici Building Phone 3-3720
TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE
WE REBUILD REPAIR
24-48-Hour Service li Typewriters, elc. Are Brought h
46 N. W. First Street phone 2^
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Mount Sinai Memorial Park
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Ly. SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
*Jewisti Hicridtian
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
fEEN YOU AND ME
tontinued from Page 22)
Ich State under the borders
lnnu'-ndod by the UNSCOP
frontiers will be one of the
|r issues of discussion at the
l,:,| Assembly...The Assem-
lession will probably last at
months...While other
lb of the UNSCOP report
Itand a three-month discus-
and perhaps other delays,
is one recommendation
requires immediate action
Jiat is the recommendation to
^t 150,000 displaced Jews...
recommendation definitely
that these refugees should
jmitted beginning this month
[ the Assembly does not single
khis recommendation for im-
lute action, months will pass
L- action on the report as a
|e will be taken...The UN-
recommendation on im-
fation will thus be the first
to suffer...
llOES FROM AFAR:
oin tune to time, the Jews in
j country read reports about
IJtwish refugees in Shanghai
But there is also a normal
fcsh life in Shanghai Jews
been living there for many
lies...Many settled there af-
feeaving Soviet Russia about
pty-live years ago...Jewish
and organizations existed
e refugees from Nazi
rution fled to that city...
Imprehensive picture of Jew-
lifi' in Shanghai today is given
Ihannhai Almanac, just pub-
<1 by the local paper, Shang-
Echo.-.The publisher, Ossi
?in. is a German-Jewish re-
L. ..The daily is devoted to
interests of the Jewish com-
nr.v and the needs of the Jew-
lefugees.. .The material in the
Almanac, therefore, reflects Jew-
ish life in Shanghai in great de-
tail. .It gives a lot of factual in-
formation from which one can
see that the Jewish refugees in
Shanghai are well-organized and
extremely active socially and cul-
turally... As the years go by,
there will be no refugees in
Shanghai.. .Some will return to
Europe and some will become
permanent residents., .The Al-
manac, however, will serve as a
historic record of their activities
in the most difficult years of
their lives...
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lAPPY NEW YEAR
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COMPANY
Specialists in
100FING METAL WORK
utters. Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
105 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
Delegates who returned
from the Southern regional
conference of the Workmens
Circle in New Orleans are
Miriam Sandier. Miriam
Weissman, Henrietta Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. J, Wolff. Mr.
and Mrs. C. Weinlraub, A.
Arnoff, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Jacobs, and M. Gluberman.
Police Ask Car Owners
To Check Minor Defects
Car owners were asked bv
police this week to check their
autos themselves before they take
them to the car testing station at
N.W. Second ave. and Fourth St.
lor the semi-annual inspection.
Sgt. H. B. Goodman, in charge
of the testing station, said that
minor defects in the lights, horns,
windshield wipers, and brakes
could easily be caught by the
owners.
The truck testing station will
open Sept. 15th at N.W. Fifth ave.
and Tenth st.
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PHONE 3-7376
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FRANK J. HAVEL. Dist. Mgr.
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General Contractor
2233 S.W. Ninth Street Phone 4-4486
,*t
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In All Its Branches
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Phone 9-2245
i'
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M. BECKER
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
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VEGETABLE and FRUIT DEPARTMENT
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PHONE 9-0665
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n
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SERVICE STATION
Now Operated By
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The Best In Auto Service
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PHONE 5-9193
Hardware
WHOLESALE RETAIL
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
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i <
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
kwitffkriidliiir
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Jews In Sports
Following closely on the heels
of the Mickey Winters purchase.
the San Diego nine of the Pacific
Coast loop consummated another
deal with the Stamford Bombers
of the Colonial League
for Sid Schachfs contract. Sid is
the boy who has been burning
up the league with his fast ball
hulling. He goes to the far west-
ern team on a look-see basis.
Those who have seen the tossei
in action claim he can't miss mak-
ing the grade. In fact, he has
beer, tabbed as a future big
leaguer in the not too distant
future. Danny Perlmutter. thi
third Jewish boy or. the Bomb-
ers, is still pounding the pill and
also appears ready for a sale to
ague of higher classification.

When the Pittsburgh Pirate-
played in Brooklyn recently, the
manager, Billy Herman, was so
desperate for a win :.-.at he per-
mitted Les Biederman, Pittsburgh
Press scribe, to make up the line-
up. The Bucs snapped out of
their lethargy and pounded out a
16-3 win in the final game of the
series after losing the first two.
It now appears that Biederman
will have a steady job of mak-
ing up Pittsburgh batting order.-.
When the Corsairs went into a
slump last summer, Marti
Frankie Frisch let the
e write his lineup for the
and then saw his club bang
out a win. Herman upon hearing
oi Biederman's magic pulled the
same stunt with good results.

''. Siegal, who recently mov-
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and Sons
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
CONGREGATION BETH
TFILAH
And Its Auxiliary and to
Klal Yisroel
for a
KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER,,
MAT IrlAPPLD: Robert Ryan's anti-Semitism in RKO Radio s
daring new picture "Crossfire" is the clue that traps him as
the killer in this powerful indictment of religious intolerance.
Robert Young (right) plays the detective whose Irish grand-
father died a centurv ano in an earlier wave of bigotry. The
picture had its world premiere on July 22 at the Rivoli theatre
on Broadway. _______ ___
ed to Wa Atlanta.
is doing a hangup job c >vi
genat for th Washii I
Post. I S ii li y Po-
vich he gives the Post one of the
best bi seball ling comb
the busin* ss today.
Graduates from the Univer-
sity of Florida at Gainesville
last week included Sidney L.
Besvinick, I:arv:n Kranz. Irv-
ing Leibson. Norman S. Pal-
lott and Sherman L. Whalley
of Miami Beach.
Southern Heater
Supply
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Manufacturers of
SOLAR ELECTRIC
WATER HEATERS
G I' ARANTEED
Horizontal Tanks Installed
Without Cutting Into
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3757 N. W. 38th Street
PHONE 8-1811
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
New Year
ii!
Mr. and Mrs. A. Frankel
6120 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
T
MR. and MRS.
MAX R. SILVER
Extends Best Wishes to
All For a Felicitous and
Joyous New Year
I' HAPPY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
T O A L L
66-68 E. Flagler Street uj
FREDERICK J. WARD
Miami Beach
urlhui* bcrcl. inc.
T
Miami
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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To All Our Friends and
Customers a Most Happy
and Prosperous New Year
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Highly Skilled Technicians Fit Eye to Socket. Thus Affording
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Swift Changes in Temperature. High Altitudes Nor Body Acids
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PHONE 9-2228
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
A. F. McGRATH 324 Calumet Bldg.
10 N. E. 3rd Ave. Miami
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO
EXTEND NEW YEAR
WISHES TO ALL
A. O. Transfer Co.
335 Collins Avenue
To All a Most Happy
New Year
SAVOY HOTEL
252 N.W. Second Street
"Open Year Around"
Miami WholeS fJ
118 "Xo^?^^
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Wheel Alignment
3200 N.E. Second AvenJ
Phone 2-9570
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Art WinklemanBarney Hoffman
.Miami Flying Service. Inc.
Phone 4-3920 :: Tamiami Airport
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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3520 N. W. 17th Ave. Miami. Fla. Phone Mil
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MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY MARKOWITZ
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Bernstein and Family
Extend Season's Greetings to Their Friends
and Relatives.
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL
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MARCIE LIBERMAN
Vice Preiident


)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
*JewisMcridlic*n
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
hy Judaism and Christianity Differ
* By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
EDITOR'S NOTEThe fourth edition of Dr. Waiss-Rosmarln's
L, iy discussed book "Judaism and Christianity: The Difference" it
tt off *he Pre"- ln view of the "reat t0Pical interest of the volume,
have asked the author to summarize her main conclusions.
he notion that Judaism and Christianity must scrap their
Fences and become one and identical is a thoroughly
Jitarian aberration. It is foreign to the spirit of democracy,
Ich encourages differences as the source and inspiration of a
e colorful and variegated national culture. Democracy rests
e conviction that dissimilarities and differences are facts of
e that dare not be invoked as a justification for inequality
discrimination. The demo- .
ism and Christianity, I have been
|C way is that those of differ-
Views and beliefs respect the
inilar views and beliefs of
fi'llow-citizens.
Americans, "religious good
.huuld never mean, for
p Jews or Christians, to as-
late their faith to the religion
hose with whom they desire
|ye in friendship and amity.
line "good will" is not sy-
hnous with the levelling of
Irences. It means that we
ferstand that every man has
tight to follow the dictates of
conscience and worship God
lis heart impels him.
[fortunately, not a few Jew-
leaders in "good will" efforts
av .in attitude resembling
,f the early suffragettes.
believe they can attain
fclity in the Christian commu-
] by stressing that there is no
bence between Judaism and
stianity. They are, however,
lisguidcd as the early Lucy
grs, who based their claims
ridiculous contention that
are no differences between
I and women.
bnuine, durable good willas
Ippy marriageis built upon
eistanding of and respect for
differences setting and the
fp<. or sexes, apart. In de-
Vtiny the differences of Juda-
ALL NEW YEAR
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MIAMI BEACH
guided by the desire to strengthen
Jews in their faith, while recog-
nizing and respecting the differ-
ent beliefs and convictions of
their neighbors.
GOD:
The most fundamental differ-
ence between Judaism and Chris-
tianity is that the former avows
the belief in the Only and Unique
God, while the latter worships
the Trinity of "God, Son and the
Holy Spirit." Jews hold that the
Uniqueness of God must be
stressed to enable monotheism
really to come into its own. One-
ness in number must be imple-
mented by oneness in kind, i.e.
uniqueness. Judaism cannot "ac-
cept Jesus" because this would
be irreconcilable with the deep-
seated Jewish conviction that God
is Unique and that man can never
partake of this uniqueness.
To Judaism man is man and
God is Godand shall remain
God in unequalled and eternal
majesty. Even Moses, "the mas-
ter of the Prophets," was repre-
sented as nothing else but a man.
more pious and more learned than
other mortals, but still only a
man. The Bible refers to him
as "the man Moses," so as to pre-
clude that he be deified.
MIRACLES:
Miracles are unimportant in
Jewish belief, but rank promi-
nently in Christianity. Through-
out post-Biblical Jewish litera-
ture there is a pronounced and
authoritative trend to minimize,
through rationalization, the mi-
raculous events recorded in the
Bible. At any rate, the essen-
tials of Jewish belief are not con-
nected with miracles.
In contradistinction, the Chris-
tian belief in Jesus implies ac-
knowledgement of the many mir-
acles associated with his birth,
career and death. The Gospels
are one unbroken record of the
miracles performed and associ-
ated with Jesus. To be a Chris-
tian means to "believe" them and
to avow that through the Sacra-
ments a direct physical bond is
established betweeen the wor-
shipper partaking of the Euchar-
y
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To All Our Friends
and Patrons
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Studios:
Miami Beach, Shenandoah
PHONE 2-5835
ist and Jesus, whose body the
Holy Wafer represents.
ETHICAL FREEDOM:
Judaism teaches that man is
endowed with freedom of the
will. He can either be all-right-
eous or all-wicked, for his ethical
conduct is solely up to his own
decision. Christian belief is
predicated on the doctrine of
"Original Sin." It submits that
all men are tainted with Adam's
guilt and so are "lost and con-
demned," unless they avow that
Jesus died to atone for man's
original sin. In his daily pray-
ers the Jew proclaims "My God,
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MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS TO OPERA
By E. BRASD
Even in the very early days of their existence as a people.
the musical art among Jews held a prominent place. It de
velo^ed and passed as a treasured heritage *V"X
to generation. Unfortunately, space does not permit the de
scription of the role music and especially song. P^d among
Jew? at all times and in all countries. Our task now has buj
one defined aim, to survey the contribution of Jews to the
development of Opera and par- developmen) ,.-. ;
jess : th 0] '
. lented
ticularly their place in Ann
Opera today.
As far as we know, there an
As far as we know, ineie a ...,.
at present about 3U Jewish uv
-n the Metropolitan Opera
More, many more, arti
filiated with other companies
find expression for theil
concerts and in various >>;
theatres. In recent years, we
have had a considerable number
of opera singers of all sorts. This
may appear odd to some. [1
:
Halevy, n and ::
.
, n the I'

timi I i '
may appear, *^" ""
as
first to show great interest
opera, as eai ly as 100 yea:
And even a little less than 300
years ago. when renowned mu-
sicians. Italians and others, met
in the home of Giovanni Bardi in
Florence to experiment with the
production of ope: a. Jews had
already shown de
this form of art Many Ji
artists transplanted the religious
choral music of their people into
opera and in this con-
tribution is significant From the
very beginning. Jewish singing
maestros >ften filled the m si im-
portant roles in the opera.
But Jewish contributions to the
tributi ns
supp
., Jew, when he I
innual
." tiv
ve the tremend ius
Is this end
: the Jews

" Thus '
Jewish w irk in dis]
Gi : an "A
was
by I tions for
': such Ji Meyerbei
ind Hugo v i! Hofmansthal had
ten tto and I3
Hitler, went much
*-JknistJkridikir
He completely -nulli
Jewish music simply be-
I ,.,, "Jewish." Both
,nd Hitler were right as
.1, ,,,:.,-,- of the mUSK
V
ment into
1.....< J'
. f the Jewish
d tragedy into
n lies I
:.,| then- success
: thi
ult music
.: ful.
\ ni nt Jew-
thi Mel
Op ra
. Jew ish si ntimenl We
lly true of
-in-law Jan
Tuck,'r, v.
,. ind lias
fl
fridaIlJEPtembEr ,,
..wish trouble and affliction
,1 their very childhood. Does
, then reduce their great talent
does it rather lend grace and
.,. to their voices? Ask the
... professional, the true con-
11 of music and you will be
told that it is that very Jewish
ntiment which enhances their
artistic ability.
Another professional cantor,
who attained success on the stage
of the Metropolitan company be-
fore Tucker is Friedrich Lechner.
a German refugee. Lechner was
i ntinued on Page 30)
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Jil
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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GREETINGS
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OPTOMETRIST
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PHONE 2-5254
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Good Material Guaranteed Work
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li<
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L'Shona Tova ... To Our Jewish Friends
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)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
*Jewist> Her Mian
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
THE UNDERGROUND TO PALESTINE
By CHAPLAIN MORRIS N. KERTZER
EDITORS NOTEIt it a more or less open secret that American
I'i in Central Europe, including the chaplains, gave aid and comfort
the Palestine underground as it developed a transportation system and
|de possible the immigration of thousands of displaced persons to the
i,h homeland in Palestine. Chaplain Morris Kertier, now the associ.
rabbi of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York, relates his ex-
hences with the underground in the article, "The Underground to
testme." which is a chapter from his new book. "With An 'H' On My
L Tag." recently published by Behrman House. This article is pub-
fed by special permission of the publisher.

_s I stood on a makeshift pulpit before a congregation of
iers and civilians one Friday evening in France, I felt a
_'s eyes riveted on my face. The eyes were set against a
[ drawn face, the face of a man who had known suffering,
lips mechanically mouthed the words of the Maariv service
is eyes remained fixed on me.
11 the following week I was haunted by the memory of the
with the piercing eyes who
that we meet at my office at
headquarters. There I knew we
could speak privately.
But I was not to have my way.
"Let us meet at the Cafe Mon't-
martre Monday afternoon," he
replied. And then his face re-
laxed and he said softly, "I want
you to meet a different kind of
Jewone who will not beg for
cigarettes for himself or bon-bon
for his children one who
wants no favors from you .
one who asks for nothing but
a Jew who has something prec-
disappeared so completely
the benediction. I waited
:ilv for the next Sabbath ser-
knowing somehow that the
nfi( r would seek me there
And I was not disappoint-
I did not have to look for
after the service. He moved
kHy toward me through the
Eds streaming out of the syna-
|e. For a moment, I thought
is seeing the Hebrew teacher
ay childhood; both were men
bout 45. simply and neatly
feed. Even the faces might
been the same. But not the
Except for them, my
tger might have been a
cal luftmensch; one of those
Dectual Jews without moor-
bound up to a dream and
Jly aware of the real, prac-
world.
sense of destiny hung over
[meeting, and it was strange
mysterious. The words he
c were simple: 'May I see
alone?" Quite suddenly I
i uneasy. I did not want to be
le with him but I knew I
no choice. His face was
Bve and his words quiet but
held a compulsion in them.
murmured yes and suggested
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ious to give you."
Monday afternoon arrived. All
during the long weekend I had
not thought it would. My doubts
and anxieties did not leave me
when I saw the Montmartre
secluded, old. with the air of a
thousand years of conspiracy in
every corner. There was no one
else around, and even the waiter
appeared only at rare intervals.
My strange friend arrived and
we sat down. I waited. "Shema
noh," he began. "Let us get down
to business. I have come from
Haifa."
I had heard enough I knew.
And in a way I had been expect-
ing it. This was the mighty Pal-
estine underground, and the man
who sat facing me, whom I shall
refer to as Operator Zayin, was
one of its keenest minds. The
shock ran through me and I felt
exultant.
Stranger no more, Operator
Zayin's tone had changed. Was
this what I had called human
driftwood? Here was a swivel
executive of crisp words and dy-
namic manner. Here was my key
to the door of the romance and
intrigue of the Underground to
Palestine, a man with a price on
his head, a man less than 30 years
old who looked like 45. Twice he
had been imprisoned, and twice
he had slipped through the grasp
of the Palestine police. A thou-
sand unanswered questions raced
through my mind. How had he
gotten to France? How did he
live without identification papers,
ration cards? Luftmensch in-
deed!
He was perfect for the role. A
Hollywood casting director seek-
ing a quiet, unobtrusive, anony-
mous-looking character to melt
imperceptibly into a crowd would
(Continued on Page 2H)
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IMMORTALITY .
I that had life ere I was born
Into this world of dark and light.
Waking as one who wakes at morn
From dreams of night.
I am as old as Heaven and earth:
But sleep is death without decay,
And since each morn renews my birth
I am no older than the day.
Old tho my outward form appears,
Tho it at last outworn shall lie.
This that is servile to the years.
This is not I.
I, who outwear the form I take.
When I put off this garb of flesh,
Still in immortal youth shall wake
And somewhere clothe my life afresh.
Selected
To those whose loved ones rest in BEAUTIFUL
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To those who fear the future, we offer the Jew-
ish principle of "Hash'oras Hanefesh" Immor-
tality.
To the entire Jewish Community the manage-
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a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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THE UNDERGROUND
TO PALESTINE
(Continued from Page 21)
have chosen Operator Zayin. Ex-
cept for his eyes, now bright and
alert, Operator Zayin had the
kind of face one forgets the m .-
ment it is out of sight.
A few chaplains were fortu-
nate enough to share in the drama
,,f the Underground to Palestine.
They were Scarlet Pimpernels;
they were lik.- those American
clergymen who helped speed
\, gro slaves on the underground
railroad to freedom. These chap
lains formed part of the life-line
to liberty for thousands of young
pean .lews. Their work was
illegal, hut they were not fright-
ened. They neither sought the
approval of their own command,
nor concerned themselves about
running counter to the will of
British allies. For them
the sight of young pioneers,
.strong, idealistic, ready to swim
a thousand miles to set their feet
on the shores of Palestine, was
sufficient.
The stories here must neces-
sarily he vague The work of the
underground is not yet done, and
its traffic is still in human lives.
Some day the full story of one of
the most glorious chapters in Is-
rael's history will be told.
With the war's end in Europe,
several Jewish chaplains met
secretly with underground lead-
ers, learned their needs, lived with
them, and served as soldiers in
the fmal act of liberation. Sud-
denly army post offices found
themselves flooded with parcels
At one APO fully half the avail-
able space overflowed with pack-
ages that streamed in from all
parts of the l/nited States in rc-
e to the pleas for help.
Often there was access to sur-
plus food and clothing. Even in
the days of the North African
campaign, the chaplains' section
received large amounts of food
destined for destruction or waste:
canned food without labels and
therefore useless to army mess
officers; food branded "unfit for
human consumption" (although
nio.~t C'.I's will not believe it, the
Quartermaster did set high stand-
ards!, tropical Hershey bars glut-
ting the post exchanges because
the soldiers were so weary of
I hem As supply officer of my
section. I was once called upon
to distribute a quarter of a mil-
lam Hershey bars to institutions
of all faiths, and distribute them
I didto Catholic orphanages,
Unitarian clinics. OSE centers.
This was the kind of surplus food
that so often found its way to
the vessels which lifted anchor for
Palestine.
The army was quite aware of
all this, and looked the other way.
The purpose was humanitarian;
nothing went to the black mar-
kit: and so no questions were
asked. One day a chaplain, driv-
ing a weapons carrier loaded with
precious food and clothing down
a road in northern Italy, Was
hailed by two hitchhikers. As ho
waved them toward his truck, he
noticed that the three stars of a
lieutenant general gleamed from
the shoulders of one of them.
"Our car broke down, captain.
Would you mind giving us a lift
to the airport?" asked the gen-
ei al.
Cllanemg back uneasily at his
highly questionable cargo, the
chaplain nodded glumly and
thin nervously waited for the
holocaust, as the general also
turned to examine the contents
of the vehicle. "We're taking
these supplies to a camp for refu-
gees." the chaplain blurted out.
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and. the tension %J*A
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Pie." Driver and *l
beamed and the truck ,^>l
Hundreds of Amenl S|
P'tched in and spen ^1
mngs in refugee m1** M
in their songs and dt* Si
beautiful spirit ofe"* J
developed; so,c L^**
their assistants were*"5*!
milled to enter the" ," *|
stations which hroadcS|*l
fjipping news i ^Jj.
There was one oUfai-J
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fig. The l-nder^ou,,;^
to the Ame, u,,ns f,)r hc,PP2
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eastern Mediterranean X
was no way to send the warHvI
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dreds of homeless aboard *|
An American corporal, attJ
cd to a medical station. kWtl
hecnsis. put he had JJ
to the signal co, ps suppilesTl
mfiht a lieutenant came Jj
Clinic for treatment. He had*
traded a venereal disease*
begged for off-thc-record Jl
ment. The corporal was Z\
but the answer was no-u^l
looked twice at the lieuteaJI
insigniathe crossed flags of fcl
signal corps! A slow grin lit J
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*'Jewis*fkrkHam
fE UNDERGROUND
PALESTINE
\(Continued from Page 28)
'Til break army regula-
ls if you will, lieutenant," said
[hiippy corporal. "You get me
Jarim part from your supply
ni ;ind you'll have your treat-
|ut the lieutenant balked. He
[ted no part of a conspiracy.
the corporal was equally
|ni;int. No part, no penicillin!
it night the underground
Ho Witt back in operation.
Iiaplains and their assistants
fevered the world of Euro-
intrigue in their strange ad-
|tuie. Nations ostensibly
ndly to Great Britain were not
willing to cooperate with the
lei groundthey were delight-
|ai the chance to outwit the
bmal authorities. By adding
Britain's discomfiture, they
jnced their own prestige!
gotch is rarely mentioned in
annals of international di-
nary. but it is a medium of
jTange that is universally un-
Hood. Chaplains learned to
i deep respect for its persuas-
[ p. .wits. Many a ship to Pal-
[ was launched by a bottle
the Highlands.
jropean governments were
fed to cooperate with Britain
preventing the exodus from
ipe. Publicly they announced
sympathy with their har-
ert ally; privately they aided
[ Jews to escape,
(jce a chaplain was asked to
a doctor to see a South
ferican consul. The worthy
leman was too ill even to sit
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
up; certainly he was in no con-
dition to sign 2,000 visas (at 80
cents per visa!). A medical of-
ficer was dispatched promptly;
the consul sat up; and the cer-
tificates that meant life to 2,000
Jews were duly signed.
British intelligence, one of the
best in Europe, knew all shenani-
gans. They sent out military
police; the water's edge was
guardedbut somehow the seas
divided and the Israelites march-
ed on.
American chaplains knew the
risks they were taking. The
Articles of WarBible and Con-
stitution of the U. S. Armycon-
tain enough rules to send even
the average officer to Leaven-
worth for 99 years. But coopera-
tion with the underground con-
tinued. Word came to a chap-
lain's office that two high-rank-
ing Haganah leaders had been
caughtdressed in the uniform
of British naval officersand
were imprisoned by the British
in a village near the Mediter-
ranean. A message came through
from Palestine: the long arm of
the Haganah would reach out and
free them. But the competent
British would then set up a drag-
net from which it would be virtu-
ally impossible to escape. The
plans had to be careful and dar-
ing.
The hour was set; the place was
set. A chaplain started on a
leisurely drive along the high-
way, while two men lay hiding in
a ditch at the road's edge. At
exactly 5:03 a.m., the car stopped
and two men scrambled inside
Within a few days, the leaders
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of the Haganah were on the high
seas, returning to their posts in
Palestine.
British intelligence has its hands
full tracking down the members
of the Haganah. Men moving
about in the varied uniforms of
the British Empire, men spring-
ing up out of nowhere in Be-
douin garb, cannot be detected
readily. When the colonial ad-
ministration sent an additional
hundred thousand troops to police
Palestine, it succeeded not in
stamping out Jewish resistance
but only in complicating its task
and making the British ludicrous
in the eyes of their Arab friends.
The Arab world must have looked
with unrestrained glee at the ab-
surd spectacle of a division of
troops, complete with tanks and
field artillery, attacking 15,0000
strong against a colony of 300
men, women and children. No
wonder the rumor was rife among
the Arabs that the Jewish colon-
ists had secretly obtained two
atomic bombs to be held in re-
serve for dire emergencies.
I have often wondered about
Operator Zayin. Is he still alive?
Is he still one of the strong links
in the chain of hope to Palestine?
Sometimes a wind of fancy
strikes me, and I imagine that
the thin, soft-spoken young man
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atomic bomb to his vast baggage.
One thing will always remain
with me: the sentence the stranger
uttered at our first meeting:
"I want you to meet a differ-
ent kind of Jew one who
asks for nothing but a Jew
who has something precious to
give to you ."
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PAGE THIRTY
Opera Contributions
By Jewish People
(Continued jrom Page 26)
born of religious Jewish parents
in Stettin, a German port cil
the Baltic sea. His father was a
music lover and himself a mu-
sician of some repute. His fam-
ily tree goes back to the well
known English-Jewish philan-
thropist of the last century. Moses
Montefiore. Lechner came tc
America in 1937. a victim of Hit-
ler's devastating politics. He was
engaged at once as cantor by the
Central synag igue in New ">
where he attracted much atten-
tion. His appearances as a
ist with the Philharmonic or-
chestra in Boston and in N
York soon won a name f
as a gifted singer.
To the genre of pi
cantors might also I"'
Friedrich Schorr, who for a
time held a pi
among the truly gifti tists >i
othe famed opera company,
Schorr hails from a family
nowned cantors His
Meier Schorr, was
the large Polish syn
Vienna His uncle. Baruch Schorr,
was tin and one of the best knowl
day. Today's Metropi lit
star >' of
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cantors, as he does, has certainly
imbibed their music, their spe-
cially Jewish music which
like the others, has trans:', i I
into modern opera.
Kurt Baum,
est but already recognized
sum,- > *e Mel
p litar. i
' canl rs His father, an
dox Jew. was a can".-: in P
,nd his children. Kurl
them, wen given a strict r.
upbringing Voung Kurl -
ed Ju laisi
Jewish i iisi n ided He
to An
.... czi
... ... is first
pearai with I
and successful
Cent Soul
l N
was signed by the
[etropolil Pan3
me of the ot
Ri -
. born in B
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celled in the opera of the well-
known anti-Semitic maestro.
Wagner. He wa> so beloved by
his audiences in Germany that
he wag tolerated in the opera for
a time even during the Hitler
regime. ,
Gerhard Pechner, a potent force
in the Metropolitan Opera com-
pany. was born in Berlin. He
got his musical training there and
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ances, first
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Opera. He appeared ^
direction of such \rnmZ *
ductors as Bruno Walter 2>
Strauss and Fritz Bush Ch*
Walter Olitzky, a nephe,
the once famous MebW"
Opera star, Rose oii5*ft
(Continued on p0(, 3,
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vJewisti Ftcrid/an
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
>era Contributions
Jewish People
{(Continued from Page 30)
debut in the State Opera of
enigsburg, where he played for
I yea is. He is now one of the
st important co-workers of the
fropolitan Opera company.
very important place in the
Iropolitan Opera company is
lupu'il by the young artist
fexunder Sved, a son of relig-
Jewish parents of Hungary.
lore coming to the Metropoli-
he appeared successfully in
[largest, best known European
fcras, where he participated in
Salzburg festivals. Later he
Beared in Buenos Aires and
de Janeiro, South America.
td is often cast with Jennie
jicl. a French Jewish girl, who
ys "Carmen." Miss Taurel is
recognized as one of the best
trmens." Unfortunately, we
ow very little of her Jewish
Bcground.
linung the new faces in Amer-
Opera is the recently arrived
Igarian, Alvera Lorenzo, who
nes from an old, established
irish family in Europe. Lo-
izo is a nephew of the late
Mated German Jewish writer.
bull Wasserman.
lewish music conductors are
occupying important posi-
is in American opera and in
musical field in general.
bong them, in our estimation,
^il Cooper of the Metropolitan
era company is the most im-
frtant. He was born in Odessa.
Bsia. His brilliant musical
began in his childhood,
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when he made a marked impres-
sion on his audience at a perform-
ance in Petersburg. The Turkish
ambassador to the Czarist court
of that time was so enthusiastic
about his playing that he pre-
sented little Cooper to the Sultan
Abdul Hamid II. The Sultan
called the child wonder to the
palace in Constantinople and
there he completed his higher
musical training. In the years
that followed he conducted or-
chestras in London, Paris and
other European cities. He also
conducted the Royal Opera in
Moscow, where the famed Chali-
apin played under his direction
During the first World War he
conducted a series of lectures in
the University of Petersburg
where the degree of professor of
music was conferred upon him.
Erich Leinsdorf, one of the
younger, but certainly most tal-
ented of conductors in the mu-
sical world, is once more, tempo-
rarily with the Metropolitan
Opera company. Up to Hitler's
occupation of Austria, Leinsdorf
was conductor of the State Opera
there. He distinguished himself
especially in conducting Wag-
nerian operas. He came to Amer-
ica in 1938 and soon thereafte,
conducted Wagner's "Die Wal-
kure" at the Metropolitan. The
Norwegian singer, Miss Flagstadt,
and the singer, Melchior (inci-
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well-known Danish Jewish fam-
ily) took a stand against him. It
was beneath their dignity to sing
under the direction of a 26-year-
old conductor. Liberal Director
Johnson of the Metropolitan,
however, approved of Leinsdorf
as a conductor. "The time will
come when this young man will
be in the limelight, while others
will be but a memory of the past,"
said Director Johnson.
And we must not forget Bruno
Walter, who appears from time-
to time with the Metropolitan
Opera company. He is one of
the most important and well
known music conductors in the
world. He conducted operas in
all the large cities of the world
and excelled especially in the
Beyrouth festivals in Salzburg.
The Nazis treated him brutally
and he and his family just about
managed to escape with their
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Why Judaism And
Christianity Differ
(Continued from Page 25)
the soul which Thou has given
me is pure." Christianity teaches
that man is sinful by birth and
needs the redeeming "grace" of
the Cross to escape hell-fire.
Christianity regards "the flesh"
as the cause of sin and so dis-
parages the body and its joys.
Judaism considers both body and
soul as potential vessels of holi-
ness. It is not the physical de-
sires but their degradation into
licentiousness that is at fault, ac-
cording to the lights of the best
Jewish minds.
SIN AND ATONEMENT:
The Jewish interpretation of
ethical freedom implies that re-
pentance is the omnipotent cure
of sin. The Christian doctrine of
"Original Sin," on the other
hand, leads to the conclusion that
man is too weak to repent effec-
tively. He is too sinful to atone
and so needs the help of Jesus.
The Christian finds atonement in
the belief that Jesus died for the
sins of mankind. This idea of
"vicarious atonement." i.e. the
payment of the penalty not by the
sinner but by a substitute for
him, cannot be reconciled with
Jewish convictions. Judaism ac-
is justice as one of the foun-
dations of the universe. Justice.
however, requires that the sinner
be punished and not a perfectly
ent "Savior."
ASCETICISM:
Christianity, especially in its
Catholic interpretation, exalts
'. as holiness. Celibacy
and p are praised as spe-
cial Christian virtues. Judaism,
on the other hand, proclaims
"increase and multiply" as the
first commandments and r< I
mends early marriage and a
modicum of wordly goods and
joys as most conducive to piety
WHY JEWS DO NOT ACCEPT
JESUS:
Jews cannot accept Jesus be-
cause their teachings oi
make it impossible for them to
worship a "Sen of God." All
men are G d's children, as Juda-
ism sees it. All are equal in His
sight and so no mortal should
be raised above tlie rest of man-
kind. As to accepting Jesus
"Prophet" or a "Rabbi," the G
pels conclusively prove that he
neither thought of himself as a
prophet nor as a rabbi, but only
as the "Sen of God Moreov< r,
Jesus' teachings are. in most re-
spects, contrary I Fuda-
ism. This is logical, for other-
wise what need would there have
been of establishing a new
ligion?
JUDAISM'S ATTITUDE TO
CHRISTIANITY:
Although Judaism parts ways
with Christianity in practically
.,! areas of belief, it eml
Christians, too, in the progressive
cosmopolitanism of its world
view As the Sages saw it. tne
teOUS Of all peoples will
,n the world-to-come." It is this
type of enlight< m d g od "ill we
need today: the recognition that.
where our fellow-
worship, they are children of
God, if they adhere to the basic
ethical principles of respect for
human life and jusl
Good will flows fn.m ui
' ct for the dif-
f, rences by which ether men are
-, | ..p.,: t- but nol from
us. We nei I nl Hanukkah-
itmas cell to en-
>od will between Chris-
and Jews. If we but re-
men
and women arc eligible for the
future-to come, we will never in-
(Ui the sin. most vociferously
denounced by our Sages, of show-
ing contempt to any man, thus
degrading the Divine Image in
which man is created.
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* Jewish HeridHan
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
IE YEAR IN REVIEW... AMERICA IN 5707
By BEN C. GRAIST
(Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
[The year 5707 will be described by future historians as a
estone in the annals of the Jewish community in the United
The launching of the greatest philanthropic drive in
|B8.
[erican historythe $170,000,000 campaign of the United
Ksh Appealand the special session of the United Nations in
bstine, as well as an unusual intensification of interest in all
kqs Jewish on the part of the general public, highlighted the
r?s Jewish events in the United
B8.
lecting in Atlantic City early
ecember, 1946, delegates from
fe than 2.000 American com-
LJties throughout the country
to launch the precedent-
iking campaign goal of $170,-
1000 in 1947 for the constituent
hcies of the U.J.A.the Joint
Iribution committee, the Unit-
Palestine Appeal and the
|ted Service for New Ameri-
illy cognizant of the fact that
goal set would require sacri-
giving on the part of many
Ihe 5,000,000 Jews comprising
American Jewish community,
UJA leaders nonetheless felt
kdent that the drive would be
ported with the same spirit
devotion which marked the
sessful drives of previous
Irs Henry Morgenthau, jr.,
more than 12 years Secretary
| the Treasury, accepted the
cially created post of general
lirman of this year's drive.
Officially launched in Wash-
ton in February, the campaign
jiven added impetus by the
Ipoit of such outstanding na-
(lal figures as Gen. Dwight D.
enhower, who pointed out that
liquidation of UNRRA, the
ligration restrictions to Pales-
und other areas and the un-
in Eastern Europe had ere-
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NEW YEAR
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ated a situation which left the
Jewish communities in Europe,
particularly the 250,000 Jews re-
siding in the DP camps, almost
entirely dependent on the aid be-
ing sent them by American
Jewry.
The calling of a special United
Nations session on Palestine, at
Britain's behest, proved to be a
major point of interest to Ameri-
can Jewry. Hoping that per-
haps the U.N. could arrive at a
solution of the Palestine prob-
lem, U. S. Jews awaited anxious-
ly the results of the specially
convened meeting at Flushing
Meadows on April 28. Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, David Ben Gurion,
Emanuel Neumann and Woshe
Shertok appeared before the U.N.
to plead the case of the Jewish
people, urging that a Jewish Na-
tional Home in Palestine be cre-
ated and that the right of the
Jews to enter the country and
settle on the land freely be up-
held.
After nearly three weeks of
hearing testimony on the Pales-
tine issues, the U.N. general as-
sembly appointed an 11-member
inquiry committtee with wide
powers to investigate the situa-
tion in Palestine, record its find-
ings and offer such recommenda-
tions for a solution as it deemed
appropriate. The members of the
inquiry committee were Canada,
Czechoslovakia, Iran, the Nether-
lands, Peru, Sweden, Uruguay,
Yugoslavia, Guatemala, Australia
and India.
Early in 1947, President Tru-
man, in his State of the Union
message, said that the United
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States had not done enough in
admitting large numbers of Euro-
pean displaced persons to this
country. Calling for legislation
which would enable greater num-
bers of refugees to enter the
United States as quota immi-
grants, the President also decried
racial bigotry in this country and
told Congress that existing legis-
lation does not reach "the limit
of federal power to protect the
civil rights of its citizens." Mr.
Truman also urged the establish-
ment of a permanent federal law
which would prevent racial and
religious discrimination in em-
The Stratton bill to admit 400.-
000 European displaced persons
to this country during the next
(Continued on Page 40)
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IT IS WITH PROFOUND HOPE THAT THE
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
*Jeistrkridi2!!]_
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHES
(Copyright. 1947, Jew '0 ; >' Agency, Inc.)
The year 5707 will never be recorded as a banner 12-month
period in the annals of Jewish sports history. True, many
athletes competed with honors in various fields of athletic en-
deavor but few, if any. were outstanding. If forced to name
the number one contribution made by a Jewish athlete this
corner would select the heave made by Steve Seymour, formerly
Seymour Cohen, the Los Angeles javelin hurler, who threw the
elongated stick 248 feet k,..s all gummer,
American record, at the National
A.A.U. finale. Mauri Rose's win- H c is ready to hang up his
ning of the 500-mile automobile sh < s and gloves. The P;
at Indianapolis last Mem irial might
day rates mention, too. doubtful that the
If Jewish boys are to sh 0(U. wouid consent to play,
vantage in sp reiving
7.000 in salary, ..n ail-
by over
:
fal ulous Vanl
Ji w ish ball-
past
adv
increasingly evident I
wares will be shown in
fields, rather than in p
sporting events. A glance over
the various rosters of the money
bovs indicates that the Jew
gradually dropping out T Si l Gord ,, .
be due in a I th< fad f::: g
that the war years
v ven vears of valuabh
lefl : \ and swings a lather
t but noi mally he would
would-b, j A oetl A pre.
ball consistenUy, Gordon is slated
duty if and when
recovers from the ef-
fects of h.s bi "We. Per-
haps on any other team Sid
around who* uld
Marshall ana
:. *' u'"
food for
in nly A R sen
Thus far our re-
He leads ""' ,n hlt"
ting and ha
il big
G dj R 5i n and
K I I : ng wit

them-
nce in
U .f
ned with Port-
land in the Pacific Cast league
up. m
future. Cy
Block was shipped to Nashville
would be that I
of p..
.eld of m :< y ,-p rts is
predominant :n curtail
athletes' a( tivities.
Among the big r
sport- : became vei
dent that Hank Green!',
first sacker, was playing his
year :' baseball. A:':, r : 7
in pro ball th.
to catch up with Hank-as Pankus.
He ?::!; .:-. cl a: the old
.ance but not with the
:' ilai ity. Hank

and bon< right
' '
of his
' tball i.rmament Sid Lu,
ntinues 1 1 <.':..-
cago : ques-
tion of a
the former Columbia ._
hang up his cleats and
call it a ci At this w
cand. succeed thes< l
stalwarts have not ;
themselvi-s and ...
future doesn't ol:

Review of the Year
BASEBALL:
Greenberg was tradl i
Detroit to Pittsburgh
ceived S20.000 :
- pay. Afn incing
his i; de-
cided to give the game another
whirl Al-
though he has been among the
'':
- I
th ugh he has belted the
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by the Cubs after the season got
underway. In the Southern as-
n ha is very much the ball
player but as for the big time, the
experts say "no go."
FOOTBALL:
Sal Luckman piloted the Chi-
:;, art to a title in the Na-
tional Football league. He is
gain slated to lead the Bear "T"
formation against the rugged op-
position this loop affords. Solly
She: man was given few oppor-
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*Jenistifh)ridUa/n
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
w-s In Sports
Continued from Page 34)
Ls to flash his wares with
fhilly Eagles in the same cir-
With Zimmerman traded to
j,jt, Sherman may get more
nces to quarterback the
Vy Ncale combine this sea-
ISonny Karnofsky rated with
est running backs the Boston
is boasted. Among the col-
griddeis, Dan Dworsky of
[igan and Sol Gold of Ten-
t- were standout backfield
Jirmcis. Gold will seek his
_ie among the pros with the
lington Redskins, this year,
Dworsky is slated to be
fed to center at Ann Arbor
[to a plethora of returning
s. Keep your eye peeled for
Oobelstein who will play
j'c for Army. He is a brother
ab. the first-year guard sen-
with the New York Giants
all.
fclCETBALL:
Tanenbaum of N.Y.U. was
lianimous choice on the all-
rican team selected by the
onal Association of Coaches.
finished his career at N.Y.U.
fcstablishing a new school
ng record, over 1,000 points
[four years. Harry Boykoff
tied his college career at St.
is in a blaze of glory and
ed at the season's end with
in National Pro league
I $10,000. Red Holzman led
Rochester five to the National
jo title. Red Auerbach
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coached the Washington Capitols
to Basketball Association of
America pennant during the reg-
ular season. Playoffs went to
the Philadelphia Warriors, coach-
ed by veteran Eddie Gottlieb,
former mentor of famous Sphas.
Jerry Fleischman, Ralph Kaplo-
witz and Petey Rosenberg were
squad members of the Warriors,
hailed as the best pro team seen
in the past 20 years. Stanley
Brown. 18-year-old sensation, was
the talk of the American league
because of his scoring power
flashed on the Sphas quintet.
Brown gets a chance with the
Warriors this winter.
TRACK AND FIELD:
Steve Seymour smashed the
American javelin record at the
A.A.U. meet. Experts accord
Seymour a splendid chance! in the
Olympic games next summer
against Scandinavian tossers. Irv
.Vi'ondschein, N.Y.U. high jumper,
won four titles in indoor com-
petition, repeatedly placing in the
broad jump event. He won the
national decathalon title at
Bloomfield by 10 points over
Howard Duff of Ohio State. He
is looked upon as the American
hope in decathalon competition
at the forthcoming international
games. Ira Kaplan forged to the
front late in the season as sprinter
with N.Y.U. He will not be ripe
for the Olympics, however.
GOLF:
Herman Barron continued as
the only Jewish golfer of note.
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
JACK III ISM II
and son
SELIG
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mi*, and Mrs.
Harold Turk
AND DAUGHTER
Cornelia
AND SON
Jonathon
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
WHITE BELT DAIRY
W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St.
Phone 7-2411
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ARKIM CONSTRUCTION CO. INC
General Contractors
[Congress Building Phone 9-2789
MIAMI, FLORIDA
He slid back considerably as a
money winner during the past
year after rating with top golfers
in previous years.
TENNIS:
Seymour Greenbcrg, former
Northwestern U. ace, won several
minor titles including the West-
ern championship. Vic Seixas,
North Carolina U. star who hails
from Philadelphia, came along
rapidly in the late summer
months and showed promise. In
fact he is in a favorable position
to be considered for future Davis
Cup assignments. Leonard m hh
Cup assignments. Leonard
Steiner and Sidney Schwartz
moved along from junior cup
play to senior competition and
came through with occasional up-
sets over experienced foes.
SOCCER:
Big news in the soccer world
was the successful American in-
vasion of the Hapoel eleven from
Palestine. Hapoel toured the
country raising funds for a stad-
ium to be built in Tel Aviv. Erno
Schwarcz, former Hakoah satel-
lite, repeated his customary bang-
up job as business manager of the
American Soccer league.
BOXING:
Jewish boys are shying clear of
the cauliflower game. Nary a
champion among the bust 'em in
the beezer boys. Among the
heavies, Bill Weinberg of Boston
was the best, but he hardly
showed better than a third rater
in the division. On the basis of
past year's fighting records, the
following were among the best in
their respective divisions: Harold
Green, middleweight; Danny
Kapilow, welterweight, and Dan-
ny Bartfield, lightweight. Bart-
field returned to the wars late
in the summer after a 22-month
lay-off due to a damaged hand.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
*
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Dade County Representative
to the State Legislature

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HAPPY NEW YEAR
:. IE. Tail
Accountant
8015 N. E. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome II.
Wrinkle
and Daughters
llr. Abraham
Wolfcon
AND
The Spinoza
Forum
Miami Beach, Florida
Wish For All Jewry
A HAPPIER NEW YEAR
COMPLIMENTS
Mr. and Mrs.
Ilenrv D.
Williams
and Family
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 Melt and
family, 1433 Alton Road.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
1000 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-2667
y
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TYRUS T. TRIPP
y
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The Kent in Workmanship
3557 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 8-1904
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in
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CUSTOM TAILORS
1110 West Flagler Street Phone 2-8979
Expert Alterations Dry Cleaning
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MACKLE COMPANY
Contractors
1690 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-5448
2818 S. W. 22nd Street Miami Phone 4-2507
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15400 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami
Phone 7-6242
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PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTOR
1777 S. W. 13th Avenue Phone 26015
PEST CONTBOL SERVICE
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News Of Interest To The Jewish
Community From The Nation's Capital
* Ru BEATRICE HE1MAN
,0* of ** ***** +- ^"wASHlScTON.
The center oi gravity for Palestine shifted in the middle of
the vear to the United States. But, nevertheless he attitude
and Ei course of action of th. United States wall be largely
decisive in whatever solution the U.N. adopts.
So far as the Washington end of things is concerned, a solu-
tion of the Palestine problem is hardly more advanced than a
., .,.: at the same time. State- md dJpIomatjc circles. Members
ments have come from President j
Truman. Resolutions have been
passed by C ngr sa Traditional
licy has been reaffirmed, in
JACK A1IELMAI*
AND
JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
;h(, p, now fam w st de-
cent 0 >ber 4, 1!46, and m
his let! : i KmK
S md of Saudi Arabia.
if the Zionists
and other Jewish organizations
iave c inferred with the Secre-
tary of State and with members
,. The Washington of-
f the Jewish Agency for
. Moshe Sher-
tok, threw out its lines in official
' *
That All Our Friend* and Patrons May Enjoy
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST FAMILY and
AUGUST BROS. IIAKMIY
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
HAPPY NEW YEAR .
ACE EXTERMINATING CO.
Complete Exterminating Service
FREE INSPECTION
2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone 7-5347
llr. and .Mrs.
Jos. II. Marioiis
and Daughter ISADORA
and Son STEVEN
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
of Congress have conferred with
the President and with the State
department. Representatives of
the Arabs have also made the
circuit.
In the light of world develop-
ments it becomes increasingly
clear that the question of Pal-
estine is to be decidedwhen
it isas part of the large inter-
national play, and not as a
separate move involving only
Jews. Arabs and the British.
This has appeared more evident
since General George C. Marshall,
war-time chief of staff, became
Secretary of State in January of
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
.loliii F. Allison
LANGFORD BLDG.
Mr. am! Mrs. Alex Van Siraaion
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
6. E. KNOWLES
Applian<*< Service
16 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 3-5660
T
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T
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LEWIS TRANSPORT CO.
Your Baggage and Trucking Problems
Call 9-972X
2200 North Miami Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind
It \l I 14.11 HO I I I
1777 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
lil
til
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Reynolds Construction Co.
217 Greco Avenue Coral Gables

TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DENZIL P. LIEGEROT
Real Estate Mortgages
Shoreland Building Telephone 3-7676
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
$
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Women9* Apparel
738 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3429
this year. His i
tioned him to nra,nin? J
J" strategy 0gf thSe'S* *
a mowing interest V^S]
the Middle East. ""^|
The most positive t.
Palestine to come frott*'
Marshall since Januar^,
made to a senatorJ^S
He told the seven n?*t,
Senators, headed bv *I
Murray of Montana a'n^
ing Representative C "^
tor. Democrat Fi&VJ*|
there has been no char.;t4*
dUional An,er,canChS;M
the same t.me hcreS,*
department's decision to 2^
any definitive statem N
Plication of this policy",?*
the United Nati^J
mittee on Palestine hKd^
report to the UN. in a?l?
tember. He had convey^
decision several momhs*|
a group of Congressmen ft
by Representative jac(T*f
Jayits, Republican of jfi" *
who had tried to secure i d2
cation of
Palestine.
-v.olarj.
Policy i
Earlier, the President, in fj
ruary 1947. talking with theW
ers of the United Jewish
who met with him at the S
House, after the formal In*
ing here of their $170,000*
campaign, spark-plugged by(W
Eisenhower's opening speech.*
affirmed his consistent stand,
trying to persuade the BritisbhJ
admit 100,000 Jewish refugees fc
Palestine.
It came simultaneously withal
attack upon the President in %
House of 'Commons bv Form
Secretary Ernest Be'vin *
charged Mr. Truman with h
dering a Palestine solution ad
with being motivated bv "elg.
tion rivalries'' This unload
the bi-partisan anger of icOa.
ential Senators and Representj-
tives who sharply criticized Bra
It caused the White House to*-!
sue a special statement,
s t r a i n e d 1 y terming Bevi'i I
charges "unfortunate and a*
leading." but standing by iht j
President's statement of Oct. 4,
favoring a Jewish national hon. j
which Bevin so resented.
From then until the Preadat |
(Continued on Page3")
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Bars Back Bars Stoob
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PHONE 3-3089
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
Mr. and Mr*
Abo Aronovtt*
and Family
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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jpAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
B Of Interest To The Jewish
munilv From Washington
mtinued from Page 36)
d in June to the people
United States to refrain
, activities which would
. the situation in Pales-
Ihilc the UN. considered
.blcrn, the White House
JewisiitkrjUton
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
further public moves re-
Palestine.
Jtate department continued
(tinize Palestine "from all
and all angles," as for-
cretary of State Hull used
I in answer to almost any
about anything. During
Lial debate in Congress on
eek-Turkish aid bill, the
nent said "that it would
Jrtunate to link the ques-
[extension of aid to Greece
the Palestine problem."
ndicatcd that a Palestine
by the U.N. was a long
, and declared the need
to Greece "extremely
convenient, the depart-
tick -changes from the hare
tortoise pace. This is il-
fcd by their delay in pub-
J the documents they have
establish the collaboration
former Mufti with the
lifiust. 1946, the then Act-
^crotary of State Dean
was asked about release
Idocuments. He said they
einR translated and edited
picatiotl at some indefinite
date, along with other
fcnts relating to the Axis,
i signs appeared of any
in this work, Senator
F Wagner, Democrat of
brk, asked Secretary Mar-
jr early publication, par-
Iv to help the U.N. corn-
in its investigation of
be. The department's Pal-
Bxperts prepared an in-
1 reply vaguer than that of
h< n Even this cautious
\g failed to pass the Pal-
press censorship. A JTA
of the secretary's, reply to
Wagner was banned in
em. until the censor was
pvare that what Secretary
ill says is official, and
re to be printed.
of -Marshall's first official
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NEW YEAR
in
i'
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Trucking
12 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144
'hris Beler
Realtor
Estate : Finance
Biness Opportunities
N. E. First Street
^rner N. E. Firi Ave.)
PHONE 3-5371
U.L A MOST
Tl NEW YEAR
longer Life
miranee Co.
Kinds of Insurance"
DO N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 2-5705
moves was to submit to Senator
Arthur H. Vandenberg, chairman
of the Foreign Relations com-
mittee, and president of the Sen-
ate, a list of legislation which the
State department gave priority
rank. The list included measures
for the entry of displaced persons
and United States participation in
the International Refugee Organi-
zation. With some struggling
and after a special message by
ilT68^* Truman t0 Congress,
the IRO resolution passed both
Houses and was signed by the
President. By this act, Congress
authorized continued American
care through international chan-
nels for the DP's still in camps
in Germany, Austria and Italy
who would otherwise have been
E252?1 With the exPi>-ation of
UNRRA.
Despite strong support for the
displaced persons' legislation, it
not only did not pass, but never
was reported out of the House
and Senate immigration sub-
committees. The Stratton bill in
TO ALL .
NEW YEAR
.A HAPPY
Charles II.
Cleveland
605 Lincoln Road
the House received the most con-
sideration. It was introduced by
Representative William G. Strat-
ton, Republican Congressman-at-
Large from Illinois, and provided
for the admittance to the United
States of 400,000 DP's over a
period of four years. Hearings
were conducted by the House
sub-committee. The big guns of
the administration boomed in
strength in support of the bill:
Secretary of State Marshall and
Assistant Secretary John H. Hill-
dring. Attorney General Tom
Clark, and Commissioner of Im-
migration Ugo Carusi, Secretary
of War Robert P. Patterson, Sec-
retary of Commerce W. Avcrell
Harriman. The President him-
self sent a special message to
Congress.
Herbert H. Lehman, former
governor of New York and for-
mer director general of UNRRA,
appeared on behalf of interested
Jewish organizations. Rabbi
Philip S. Bernstein, then adviser
on Jewish affairs to Gen. Lucius
D. Clay, commander of United
States occupation forces in Ger-
(Continued on Page 38)
WISHING ALL OF OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alldritt Electric
Motor Co.
AND SUBSIDIARY
HURRICANE FAN CO.
PHONE 2-6147
237 N. W. Second Avenue
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Venetian Short way Sedan Service
1133 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-3800
To All Our Friends and Patrons
NEW YEAR WISHES
W. J. Ill III
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILWAY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ROGER'S FORGE
HAND WROUGHT IRON, BRONZE, ETC.
1456 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-1272
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
yt
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234
CORAL GABLES
SEASON'S BEST WISHES .
Now Under Management of JOHNNY LENKWAY
BROWN'S SAFETY SERVICE
10 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 2-4602
SEASON'S GREETINGS
A. II. It It \ \ \ o \
FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS
Canal Street
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY
Florida Upholstery Supply Co.
808 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 2-1733
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue phone 3-4113
Washing and Polishing Lubrication Batteries Tires
Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery
7Ist Street Service Station
C. A. MacDONALD
SHELL SERVICE
Miami Beach Phones 6-9170__6-3747
337 71sl Street
Electric MotorsGeneratorsMachineryMarine Work
Peninsular Armature Works, Inc.
ARMATURE WINDING AND MOTOR REPAIRS
1653 N. Miami Avenue Miami 36. Florida
Day Phone 2-0370 Night phone M1||
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KEYSTONE ART CORPORATION
PHONE 3-7523
684 N. W. 7th Street
Miami
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N. W. 47th Street at 37th Avenue
PHONE 8-2469
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
*JenistifkMfcL
Z5^I_!!PTEMBEH
News Of Interest To The Jewish
Communitv From Washington
3nnp.?7) "ion to the United S
iharply attacked in the Senate bj
Senator Harley Kilgore of W
(Continued from Page 37)
many, gave a comprehensive pic-
ture of conditions among the
Jewish DP's in the American
zone, and of the need to resettle
them.
Senator Homer D. Ferguson.
Republican of Michigan, and
eight other Senators introduced
a bill similar to the Stratton
measure, but without specifying
any definite number of DP"s. and
with more stringent priority
limitations. This was referred to
the Senate sub-committee on im-
migration. Also without action
were identical bills introduced by
Senator Irving M. Ives and Rep-
resentative Jacob K. Javits, Re-
publican of New York, to permit
displaced orphans under 14 of
World War II. to enter the United
States as non-quota immigrants.
Congress adjourned with House
and Senate measures still in com-
mittee. They will be rev:
when the second session of this
Congress meets in January.
The effectiveness of Jewish or-
ganization in supplying affid
of support for DP's in the Ameri- i
can zones of Germany and Aus-
tria, who apply for Ami
visas, was made known by George
J. Haering. chief of the visa divi-
sion of the State department.
A report on DP's by George
Meader. former counsel of the
Senate war investigating com-
mittee, which charged that Jew-
ish DP's were unfit for immigra-
nt thi
jployment Practices committee,
lich expired in June. 1946, was
,...,) Kv thn White House and
Slates, was
by
t
nia, as unfactual.
Anti-discriminati in li slation,
..commended by President Tru-
nan to C ingress, v. as also among
he unfinished business.
The final rep '
an
vhieh exp
ssued by the White House
., -marked" postwar in-
crease in employment discrimina-
nst Jews.
Senator Irving M, Ives and
Senator Chavez, Democrat ol New
nd six bi-parl in
sponsors, introduced a "National
Disci imination in Em-
Dloyment." Representative Mai y
; \ : ::. Di m rat of New Ji i -
sey, inti iduced an identical
in the House S milar bills
nted by Represenl
ravits and Adam Clayton C
; i rat of New York.
in Douglas, D<
!:!' imia, William I
son, Di and Evei "
sen, Republican, of Illinois, and
- G Full m, Republicai
Pennsylvania. The House lulls
were
on educati m and lab n.
dust.
of the Sena)
and public welfi
,.. headed by Senator For-
'.'' c. Donnell, Republican of
u;1. hdd hearings on the
SaVez bill, ^bbi Stephen
dent of the Amer "
canJ *-;I2nTS
ham F Rosenblum. presde '
Synagogue Council
,,,. Frank Goldman, present ol
Henry Epstein,
, ,fth. National ( immu-
nity i u "
schottland. na-
j'owish W. ins. and n
ish committee and the National
Council oi J' A'ish W( men, ap-
: the bill.
The sub-committtcc favorably
I. ''"' le "{
rcpti n b( tor Allen El-
i, but i
turning t the full
comn -further study.'
In a special slep to combat
intolerance and hatred in the
United States. President Tru-
man created the 15 member
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
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Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
T
A MOST
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TO ALL
FRANK STRAW
Electrical Contractor
1236 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 3-1369
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Wholesale
I'roduee Co.
Tlic Best At Reasonable Pf
1260 N. W. 22nd St.
PHONE 2-4860
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
;i
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
150 N. E. 13th St.
PHONE 3-8997
T
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
llateher Kleetrie
Call FRED 48-5315
Your Electrical Contractor
330 S. W. 27th Avenue
1 VI
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llr. ami Mrs.
Alvin F. 4>anliier
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A
VERY
HAPPY
NEW YEAR

I
A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
lames A.
Henderson
Member
DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
I, E W II i: W E s
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.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Manufacturers of
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
Made In Miami
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
in
T
hi-tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
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PHONE 3-5822
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
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420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
*
civil rights committee, headed
by Charles E. Wilson, president
of the General Electric Co. The
committee was directed by the
President to study and recom-
mend new civil rights legisla-
tion and other measures "to
protect all parts of the popu-
lation." Included among the
members of the body are Rabbi
Roland G. Gittelsohn of the
Central Synagogue at Rock-
ville. Long Island; Morris Ernst,
New York attorney and author;
Franklin D. Roosevelt, jr., and
Boris Shishkin, economist for
the AFL.
The committee held several
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Uneoln
Food Market
650 S. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-5201
HI
J2.I
hearings and is now ^j
Prepanngitsreportlo^
dent. Dr. John Slawso^
t.vev.ee president of SN
can Jewlsh committee^
Vfaslow of the Anwri^
Congress, agreed on h?M
enlarged and im^-Jj
machinery to defend Sj/H
but differed on the Sfl
Kroup libel laws JJI
anti-Semitic literature (3
mails. Slawson opp0d>?,,l
slation and Masfffifl
At the beginning 0( J J
Representative Walter A. LI
(Continued on Pajea,
Mr. and Mrs,
M. Kaufmai
1410 Pennsylvania Aw,
EXTEND BEST WISHQ
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
31 r. and Mrs. Leo EisenstPin
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
GREETINGS OF THE NEW YEAR
L II A N D O N
Manufacturer's Representatives
Colourpicture Post Cards Lion Book Matches
Lithographed Stationery Specialties
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it1
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PHONES 2-55229-6173
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TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Manufacturers of
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Service Calls and Repair* I
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IV, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
* Jewisti noridTiciin
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
s Of Interest To The Jewish
iiiimiiiv From Washington
Continued from Page 38)
prat of New York, intro-
fa bill providing a maximum
$5,000 and five years' im-
[mpnt for circulation
h the mail of publications
fed to arouse racial ill will.
ftion was taken on the bill.
|y in the session Representa-
krthur G. Klein, Democrat,
[i New York, offered a bill
ling the G.I. Bill of Rights,
rbid payments to schools
ninating against veterans
se of race or religion. A
[study on discrimination in
Itional institutions prepared
Jewish War Veterans and
Vmerican Jewish Congress
pted Klein's measure.
|other government matters:
American Jewish Congress
; federal aid for schools and
Irted the Taft bill as against
ken bill which would grant
Bl funds to religious schools.
Congress presented to the
al Communications commis-
charges that the New York
News" was prejudiced in
idling of news about Jews
legroes.
He American Jewish con-
oce and the American Jew-
committee were insiru-
lal in the introduction of
clauses into the peace
:ies with the Axis satellites,
clauses gave guarantees
^he return of Jewish prop-
and protection of human
Is. A delegation of the
nittee, headed by Jacob
stoin, and of the confer-
headed by Louis Lipsky.
erred with the then Assist-
Secretary of State Hill
g, prior to the departure of
letary Marshall for the Mos-
icere Greetings To Our
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cow conference, and presented
memorandums of the clauses on
these subjects.
In the award department:
A bronze bust of Bernard
Baruch was presented to the Na-
tional War college by Herbert
Bayard Swope. Mr. Baruch was
presented with high tributes by
the Secretaries of State, War and
Navy, General Eisenhower and
Admiral Nimitz.
Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, former
executive vice chairman of the
Joint Distribution committee, was
commended by the President's
War Relief Control board for his
"exceptional and eminent public
service" during the war.
Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner of
the Jewish Welfare board was
given the medal of merit by Sec-
retary of War Patterson.
Tne B'nai B'rith Vocational
Service bureau was presented
with a certificate of achievement
by Vice Admiral Louis Denfeld.
Each year when Congress ad-
journs, the index of the "Con-
gressional Record" throughout the
/ear is dotted with references to
Palestine.
Senator Francis J. Myers of
Pennsylvania, proposed that the
United States submit the problem
to the United Nations. He also
appealed to the State department
tor intervention in behalf of Dov
Gruner, who was executed by
the British in Palestine for par-
ticipation in a raid. The junior
Senator from Pennsylvania, Re-
publican Senator Edward Martin,
urged the government to reach a
Adelman's Pipe
& Steel Co.
and
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clear understanding with Great
Britain regarding Palestine be-
fore proceeding with aid to
Greece and Turkey.
Senator Warren Magnusson,
Democrat of Washington and a
number of other Senators intro-
duced a resolution toward the
end of the session, directing Sec-
retary Marshall to call on the
British government to end the
emergency regulations governing
Palestine and restore civil rights.
A three hour period of speeches
by Senators Morse of Oregon,
Murray of Montana, Pepper of
Florida, Langer of North Dakota
and Taylor of Idaho, criticized
the British administration of Pal-
estine. The more cynical among
observers suggested that the Sen-
ate moved willingly to a consider-
ation of Palestine rather than get
on with the somewhat explosive
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proposal to investigate the charge
of Kansas City election frauds.
In the House, Rep.'es lative
Emanuel Celler of New York, as
in many preceding years, started
the congressional ball rolling in
Palestine, and frequently was
heard on the subject on the
House floor and in committee.
As the ranking member of the
House immigration sub-commit-
tee, he worked actively for pass-
age of the Stratton bill.
Freshman Representative Jacob
K. Javits of New York was ap-
pointed a member of the Foreign
Affairs committee, a coveted post
infrequently assigned to new
(Continued on Page 40)
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(Continued from Page 33)
Semitic Incidents were offset by
strong positive action on the part
of an informed public. The sur-
ployment. revealed also that a section
by several cabinet members, in- infested with the virus of anti-
Semitism and that a large num-
ber of anti-Semitic and un-
ican organizations continue
without any interference. Al-
though negligible in influence at
nt, the leaders of thes<
groups maintain close relations
The AUL report also added the
biggest stumbling-block to these
hate groups was an informed pub-
lic opinii n, as a resuli of which
these groups failed to make any
Iway among the A
can people.
An awakening
Jewish religious edu ati n was
eluding Secretary of State Mar-
shall and former Secretary of
War Patterson. Meanwhile, a
bill, described as one meant to
overcome objections to the Strat-
ton bill, was introduced in the
House by Congressman Chelf ol
Kentucky which called for the
admission of 100.000 DP's in the
fiscal year following passage of
the bill. However, no action was
taken before Congress adjourned
for its summer recess.
The increase in Zionist activity
in this country reached a new
high in 5707. with the Zionist Or-
ganization of America reporting ; ;;.;,;;.;. ( /.. $w w..h st,vo,,
that its greatly expanded mem- fc ...m. .,._. standard
bership was actively engaged in. teachjng in ,hl, country-s Sl
numerous Zionist A1lTh, first W rid Conference or.
Interesting Nemm
From Washington
fContinued from Page 89)
essmen. He spoke several
times on Palestine and on dis-
placed persons, appeared on radio
'programs, as did Celler. and Initi-
ated the action which resulted in
exchange of correspondence be-
tween a group of 30 Congressmen
and Secretary of State Marshall.
..., United States policy
I n Palestine.
American support for the ad-
m of Transjordan to the
United Nati ma was attacked in
, 5s by Sen itor Myers and
,tive Adolph Sabath,
mber of the House.
: the year registers
indeterminate.
Action on Palestine will be
avoided by Washington until the
report of the U.N. special com-
mittee is readied. The displaced
persons will continue to sit in
the camps, aided by the limited
capacity of the IRO.
For the coming months, at-
tention will be centered on the
United Nations. Th general
the ZOA's 50th annual conven-
tion in New York, where Dr.
Emanuel Neumann was elected
The .
Jewish Education met this sum-
at the Hebrew university in
Emanuel Neumann was electee. Jerusalem w..,, ,ranv deieg
president to succeed Dr. Abba hfi y ^ g
,*WaiP0intperlt,rU. plans for the
that the assertion by Secre arj a,,.Jewish
fSl t. Marshall to Congress thai ^ve^y_Brandeis university_
S traditional policy on mpletion, with the
:,e had not changed was ^.^^ f ?m ., j
"most gratifying scheduled for Sept : 943.
Judge Morns Rothenberg. prcs-
ident of the American Jewish
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Nati nal fund, rep irted to the
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- year with congratula- |
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tu eomnuuicu suiuc *n. .------o .....-- ----..........
000,000 to the JNF during the Cahan, veteran of the Yiddish
nths of 5707. It wi
ported that the JNF now fa
ns 900.000 dunams of land total 2T.uoo.ouo vrenti n if the Histadruth Iv I
vocation of 1 i : :
of the i anti- culture, \ ti I i v nd its |
up, the Columbian
nl of its
fight
tism in the
A :
nti-Defamation league
tic rabble-
: 4ani-
vhich had been driven
underground during the re-
ged "hold and articulate" in
5707, but their influence on public
had been curtailed.
The ADL asserted that anti-
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were printed n on the
pages of An
papers than ever before.
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PAGE FORTY-ONE
Jewish Twist
tip Van Winkle
SOLOMON LENCHITZ
hsH BELIEVE IT OR NOT
i Hameaggel it reputed to have
, ,i,ep in the field; then a
trmation elo.ed about htm and
Cbered for 70 year.. Th.a tale
[nendary prototype of the mod-
'v.m Winkle story.
' HAMEAGGEL:
in Hameaggel (Choni the
drawer), who became
[for his reputed miracles,
pious man who lived dur-
fiist century. According
tractate Teanit, Choni,
_ng along the road, beheld a
Ranting a carob tree. He
Jow long it would take be-
le tree would bear fruit.
Itnty years," was the re-
st :" said Choni, "are you
Du will hve so long?"
man answered, "I found
trees in existence when I
|jnt" this world; my fore-
must have planted them;
juld I not plant them for
lldivn?" __
ii it down to eat near the
planted tree. After the
|he fell asleep, a grotto
around him, and he slum-
Ifo: 70 years. Upon awak-
Ihr saw a man gathering
pit from the tree.
lyou know who planted this
1 he asked.
grandfather," was the re-
ni then remarked to him-
ISurcly I must have slept
Irs" He went to his home
kid where the son of Choni
kggi-1 lived. They answered
Jhoni's son was no longer
|but that his grandson was.
en revealed, "I am Choni
^ggel," but they would not
him. This disheartened
atly that he prayed to
or death, and so he died.
|teMany authorities ex-
t/ns story as referring to
in Bubylonian exile.
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PALESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH
AIDS IN REBIRTH OF COUNTRY
By EPHRAIM GOLDMAN
(Copyright. 1947, Jewish Telegraph c Agency, Inc.)
The scientists of Palestine, as a group, are among the most
inquisitive and the least inhibited in the world. Pose a prob-
lem in Palestine, and swarms of investigators, each looking at
it with the skilled eye of his special field of interest, descend
on it. No project is too great, and none too small if it is some-
thing that affects the future of the Holy Land.
New Palestine is a frontier outpost, and in the planning of
the country no provision was made for ivory towers. Collective
need and practical accomplishment, not personal whim or in-
dividual fancy, are the standards by which all things are meas-
ured there, Tlv men and women
s of unn Mj s
1929 /i aled a
was hardly
S Balfour
lonists
gi icul-
::, ids i xtensive sanita-
tric pow-
all had I
v is no accumu i tifi ipressive
findings i .,..,. .,.,
ers of in
utilize. Du ng
of science, ob
serious because they have so
much to do in so sh
The oin
ntific know
ic rranean basin I n in!.>
foil
neglect undi i Tui k si ul< Then
n!' ;i century, J< w
the Hebn
eel the si
t hi
and ielu('
and nu 11 ve in-
augurated a
prop in
work
r foi
i ase and
the infant-
>ut the
tl
: "
Water Found Underground
: pi pie who
Palestine
tural coun-
Altl igh Pales-
lays w is .1 garden
ime arid and
........ ... ....> | .'^VV'..*1 ... *....
' : the period of the
w nf the first
f Smil tine after
college ted it from
"In 1914, wl iir. There
the land '
Matzuba
in G typical.
It had sufl icutely from a
shortai luring the fl^
seven u' looT
was son tin i rved on I
becausi was not sufficient
I the dishes Many
pts were made to obtain
wati Finallj
the settlemenl tu ned to Prof, Leo
Pi, : lepartment
of geol :< ew univers-
ity |> mmediate-
;lv undi :' survey
of the gi ture "f ln''
., He number
of points : ''" tnird
attempt afl depth
,f 65 meters. I bearing
level was reached and Matzuba's
water When
nany parts of
ited with water
dis4 cd in ld< n under-
intry's
' veral
timi s
Anotl of '"ul 1S
fish, an I ientists
\ have
itions.
They nducted I shery re-
search, leadm thi develop-
(C01 I n next
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*Jeniiti Flnr/ktifrn
PAGE FORTY-THREE
>P SCIENTISTS AT NEW PALESTINE MEDICAL SCHOOL IN JERUSALEM
pp
Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO.
1152 N. E. 1st AVE.
PHONE 2-3845
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
PROF. SAUL ADLER
L f hairman of the I'rc-Faculty of
Idicinc for PostRraduate Research
[be Hebrew University is a world.
nous authority on tropical medi-
advised British Army during
irld War IL
DR HAlM YASSKY
The director of the Hadaisah Medi-
cal Organization and the Rothschild-
Hadassah University Hospital i a
key figure in the Univertlty-Hadas.
ah Medical Center on Ml Scopus,
Jerusalem.
PROF. BERNHARP ZONOF.K
The co-discoverer of the Aschheim*
Zondek pregnancy test is a distin-
guished member of the faculty at the
Hebrew University and the director
of the University*! Hormone Re-
search Laboratory.
ST1NE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY
(of a large-scale fish breed-
Idustry, and they have res-
the industry in Palestine
the discovery of a form-
Btich kills a common Pales-
muro-organism which had
t the country's inland
It her is an important con-
|i: in everywhere, but it has
ial hearing in countries
suffer from extremes of
I In a country like
inc. which is largely sub-
tal. and where the popula-
drawn from many parts of
loild and from many differ-
bmatic zones, the weather is
pent I field of investigation.
the influences of climate
tli ncd. it becomes not
ble but necessary to
measures to protect the
II n, (specially immigrants
toiust adjust themselves in
surroundings. Scien-
|i tigation in Palestine has
iii
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led to important conclusions about
building materials and clothing,
and health and working capacity,
in that country.
The scientists of the university
have also made several contribu-
tions to native manufacture in
Palestine. Findings have included
plastics, chemicals, drugs and
building materials. Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. former president of
the World Zionist Organization
(Continued on Page 47)
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WHAT DO JEWS THINK OF JESUS?
By RABBI MILTON STEINBERG
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What do Jews think oi Jesus?
The query is unanswerable for the reason that there is no
one Jesus but many, according to the number of churches in
Christendom. But let us circumvent the impasse by recasting
our question. Let us ask: "What do Jews think of the Jesus
of the Gospels?"
Let us take the Gospel story as it stands, strain out of it the
episodes that relate of wonderworking, and then ask what Juda-
ism has to say of the Jesus who emerges, who is incidently the
Jesus of many liberal Christians. To Jews, that Jesus appear:
BS an extraordinarily beautiful'
and noble spirit, aglow with love
and pity for men, especially for
tlie unfortunate and lost, deep in
piety, of keen insight into human
nature, endowed with a brilliant
pift of p;irable. an ardent Jew
moreover, a firm believer in the
f:iith of his people; all in all, a
dedicated teacher of the pnnci-
religious and ethical, of
Judaism.
But is he not something more
than a teacher? Should he not
! taken for a moral prophet
one who promulgated new.
I gher, hitherto unknown prin-
c nles of conduct? Not if the
id is examined objectively.
The sign.il fact about Jesus is
ex.ept for some relatively
unimportant details, he propound-
no ethical doctrine in which
Jewish tradition had not antici-
pated him. Indeed, what he
lit was the Jewish tradition
as he received it from Scripture
and the sages. For every princi-
he preached, for very many
'lie epigrams and parables he
k off, Biblical or rabbinic
edent exists. The very phrases
the Sermon on the Mount can
I paralleled one by one from
Jewish devotional literature
is time.
Nor is it at all true that Jesus
introduced the concepts of love
compassion into Judaism that
ki ew stern justice only. No one
\ i considers the Old Testament
fail to perceive that ages be-
the Nazarene was born.
and love had been con-
ci ived in Israel and accepted as
entic and supreme virtues.
Anyone who studies rabbinic lit-
i iiure will discover that the
ideal of humanene !,v
Jesus, far from being peculiar to
him. was the common aspiration
of all good souls in his people and
time.
This is not to deny Jesus'
inality. His was an unexcelled
gift for allegi us for in-
cisive utterance, a skill for bring-
ing into sharp focus that which is
ived, but as through a
darkly. He had great talenl
a synthesizer, a tor into
organic unity of the disjointed
members of a truth And always
there is his own personality, a
superb achievement in his own
right. All this is originality, but,
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PAGE FORTY-FIVE
THE ROSH HASHONAH MOOD
By D. SCHOCHER
0sh Hashonah ushers In the season of the High Holy Days
h climax the Jewish religious year. On Rosh Hashonah
Yom Kippur the Jewish synagogues and temples are
:ked houses," to use a theatrical term. On Rosh Hashonah
^abbi knows that if ever he has an opportunity for his
:ing word to be most effective, it is then.
e Jewish Rosh Hashonah and the secular New Year seem
oi entirely different stuff. The secular New Year is one of
ous gaiety. Rosh Hashonah, on the contrary, is a solemn
of soul judging, of thinking of your past life, of taking
ual stock. .. .
to bind them?
The idea seems too attractive to
me spiritually because of the fact
that its poetry is so deep. It
sees evil not as an abstract thing,
but something very real and it is
only when we aee wrong ai a
materialistic thing that we begin
to steer away from it.
Rosh Hashonah is a solemn day,
but not a day for false solemnity.
I like the story they tell of Rabbi
Lev Isaac, the great Hassidic sage.
He was looking for a "baal
tephila," a reader of the prayers
for his congregation for Rosh
Hashonah. Now the Hassidim
make a great ado about the way
prayers are said. They believe
that prayers are not made to be
mumbled. One has to put his
whole soul into his prayerto
talk to God as to One they loved.
So it was natural that Rabbi
Lev Isaac should ask the various
applicants for the position of
reader what they thought about
when they chanted the Rosh
Hashonah prayers. One of them
replied that he thought about the
greatness and majesty of God.
The second replied that to his
mind came the vision of God
delivering the Ten Command-
ments to Moses on Mt. Sinai.
Jewish holiday Seems to
, with the mood of the sea-
Rosh Hashonah comes when
nor is taking leave and aut-
fbcRins to tint the leaves with
Ins and darkish reds. Nature
hj geema to be abandoning
ugh spirits of summer and
[ninn meditative, but she is
ks beautiful for that. There
Icalmness and peace which
Bin has above summer.
cooler breezes which aut-
brings are very much wel-
ld and perhaps in a way
bolizo the welcome which
Hashonah receives. Rosh
lonali is a solemn holy day,
las the Jew sits down to his
\y... meal, upon returning
"schule," he has his family
a bit of sweet honey, an
try for the coming year.
[v old pious Jews used to
from sleeping on the day
Bsii Hashonahnot the night
, youbecause it was taken if
(slept on Rosh Hashonah you
|d "sleep away" the year and
Jews want to be active, up
|d"ing the year round. An-
symbolic practice is that of
png a lake or a river "to
your sins in." Neither the
nor the Talmud mention
I such practice. It seems to
arisen some time in the 14th
Bth century among the Polish
[German Jews. It has clung
use it is the spirit and tra-
in of the day. It is a startling
when you come to think of
)nly a people of deep spirit-
Ms could have conceived it.
; of it. Gathering up all
sins, wrapping them up in a
I as it were, and casting
in the sea. What packages,
| the Germans would have to
Would there be enough
fcr to do them in, cord enough
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The third applicant said:
"Rebbe, I will tell you. I am a
simple man. I have three daugh-
ters who are looking to get mar-
ried and I am very concerned
about them. When I recite the
Rosh Hashonah prayers, I am
sure I will say in my heart, 'Dear
God, you know my three daugh-
ters. I want them to get mar-
ried. Please, dear God, help me
achieve this'."
Reb Lev Isaac turned to the
third applicant and said: "I am
hiring you. I see that you are
an honest man."
Reb Lev Isaac is famous for the
colloquies with God that he was
wont to have an Rosh Hashonah.
Reb Lev Isaac would talk very
plain to God and argue very
earnestly that God must treat the
Jews right and give them a happy
new year. No one could speak
more plainly to God than he. He
liked to tell the Lord how de-
serving his people were, yet at
the same time sometimes he could
say a very salty thing the other
way around.
Once during the High Holy
Days, Reb Isaac said, "The Jews
today are much better than their
forefathers." He pointed to one
Jew who was reciting that part of
the liturgy which reads:
"We have sinned, we have falsi-
fied, we have robbed."
"You see," said Reb Lev Isaac,
"when our ancestors said that
they weren't telling the truth.
But today when we say it we tell
the truth. We are more honest
today."
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phy. science and art of the
,.p I his t,mc
FRIDAY^SEPTe^^
What Di Jews Think of JessJ
shall no1 ly n '" ii his outlook is lofty, it u nw
-There are some piW Th,.n too
(Continued from Page 44)
In this light, one sees the logic
behind his estimate of marriage
when he lauds those "which make
themselves eunuchs for the king-
dom of heaven's sake;" his judg-
ment on family life when he says,
"There is no man that hath lefl
house, or parents, or brethren, 01
wife, or children, for the king-
dom of God's sake, who shall not
receive manifold more in this
present time, and in the world to
come life everlasting"'; his advice
to his followers to "take no
thought for your life, what ye
shall eat or what ye shall drink."
All these are counsels natural to
one who has turned his back on
the world to begin with and in
addition believes the end of the
days to be at hand. But thej
except for the man ..on a
secondary or derivative plane. It
consists not in creatio ex nihilo
but in rearranging and furbish-
ing that which is already acknowl
edged. The m how-
ever, is an inn vat r, pi claim-
ing a hitherto unsuspected
By '.his definition, Ji i
ever else he majl havi
no prophet. As was
indeed, by Julii
well-known Christ
thority, whi
not a Christian;
He did not ]
He would see
the Mess Id
prophi
God's king
said,
be fulfilled."
standing here that shall not last. ^^ lua
death .Hi they see th. Kingdom his M1Va1 -^
, God coming with pow. say about
jnd many of
touch him "'
,ther worldliness and many <" ,. .,, ibolisn
'"''""" slavery, bi I "''' f''r''
Of course, he was :.
' sured. about I '" ,urin
statism ;;nd
unperturbi I bj th. tyranny ol
he R m i n Ei
ender ui *' '
titute
how
it I- '
: His
u?
"Muss lii for th ];/!,. .. .
full imi in8 K
,f all, his
. the pro-
phets f the Old Tcsl
political ,ls-
- thi V j Nor v '"""
:!" gether urn i
, few
E n.
.. all-
Required
iragi
but the
unl it dis-

iction
I gell
n
Bui not J
t, then al least
ii all
: : ten-
that
Jesus
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(aY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
+Jewisf>fkrdrfar
PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
LESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY
r
Continued from Page 43)
be chairman of the board of
bora of the Hebrew univers-
t,nil an eminent chemist in
k.n. has perfected a new
|c fabric which is said to be
fior to nylon, and Dr. H.
has demonstrated that
, tor paper production can
anufactured from Palestine
V
cal School Projected
wever, things are for people,
hoi people for things. From
p nt of view, the major
,ution of Jewish scientists
stine has been in the realm
dical science and public
In this area, two Pales-
ii ageflcies have played a
fecant role. One is the pre-
tv iif medicine of the Hebrew
ieis:ty, which has been en-
\ m medical research. The
is the Hadassah Medical
nation, which is the only
hition offering public health
livs to all the people of Pales-
e two agencies were cre-
t,i satisfy a vital need of the
Palestine. Today they are
|, ,ii resources in the uni-
|ty-Hadassah medical center
rder to improve their ser-
lo the Palestine community.
have gone furtherthey are
Palestine's first medical
,! on Mt. Scopus in Jeru-
n to assure a high level of
1th care in the Holy Land.
United States, the Ameri-
iFriends of the Hebrew uni-
,jt Hadassah and the Ameri-
[j, .vish Physicians committee
foint sponsors of a $4,000,000
school campaign to estab-
the Hebrew university-Ha-
j- ledical school. Half of
medical school quota, $2,000,-
ady has been raised.
planning of a medical
in Mt. Scopus has been
ible by the physical
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plant which exists at the Uni-
versity-Hadassah Medical Center
the Rothschild-Hadassah-Uni-
versity hospital and the Henrietta
Szold School of Nursing of Ha-
dassah, and the post-graduate
medical research facilities in the
Nathan Ratnoff building of the
universityas well as the bril-
liant work of the staffs of the
Hadassah Medical Organization
and the university.
Top Flight Medical Scientists
Prof. Saul Adler, the chairman
of the pre-faculty of medicine for
post-graduate research of the uni-
versity, is a world-famous au-
thority on tropical medicine. His
major concentration has been on
the various aspects of leishmani-
asis. This work has an important
relation to the control of kala-
azar and oriental sore. From
1930 to 1932 he headed the ex-
pedition of the Royal Society of
London and the Hebrew univers-
ity to investigate the dread kala-
azar disease in Sicily and Malta,
and he received the Chalmers
medal of the Royal Society of
Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in
recognition of his work.
The disease commonly known
as oriental sore is relatively mild
in Palestine, but it has a marked
virulence in the Far East. Re-
cently officials of the United
Nations suggested to Dr. Adler
that he go to China to study on
the spot an outbreak of oriental
sore which is threatening the lives
of millions of people. It is a
striking tribute to the quality of
the work done at the Hebrew
university that one of its men
should have been sought out for
this vital mission.
Two other outstanding medical
scientists of the Hebrew univers-
ity are Prof. Leonid Doljanski,
head of the department of ex-
perimental pathology, and Prof.
Ludwig Halberstaedter, head of
the department of radiology, who
have brought an international
reputation to the cancer research
laboratories of the university and
the hospital. These are the first
laboratories in the Middle East
to be devoted to cancer research
and treatment, and last year's
grant to the laboratories by the
British Emipre cancer campaign
was the first ever to be made by
the campaign outside the British
isles.
Prof. Bernhard Zondek is an-
other scientist who has achieved
world eminence for his work at
the university and the hospital.
Dr. Zondek, the co-discoverer of
the Aschheim-Zondek pregnancy
test, is professor of gynecology at
the university and head of the
gynecological-obstetrical depart-
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FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES
CONCRETE
STEEL
TO OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS and ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUTLER-WILSON PAPER COMPANY
SIDNEY GANS MORRIS GANS
1401 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 3-0738
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
EUGENE- J. WEISS
AND FAMILY
ACCOUNTANT
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1659 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE
Domestic-Commercial Service on All Makes
Phone 9-3572
3301 N. W. 17th AVE. MIAMI, FLA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
16 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS"
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
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
(Not Incorporated)
U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS
600 N. E. First Avenue
2644 S. W. 8th Street
Telephone 3-5308
Phone 4-9529
SINCERE WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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PALESTINE MEDICAL RESEARCH AIDS COUNTRY
(Continued, from Page 47)
ment at the hospital. He is also
head of the Harmone Research
laboratory, which has been en-
ed in work of considerable Im-
portance in the development of
thromboplastin (substances with
strong blood-coagulating proper-
ties).
Experiments have evolved a
new method of preparing throm-
boplastin derived from a human
source so as to eliminate the pos-
sibility of toxic reactions. The
direction discovered that the hu-
laboratory under Dr. Zondek's
. placenta can be utilized for
this purpose, and for the first
time has established that wound
healing can be placed on a bio-
.,; basis. The investigations
ir tins field should have far-
reaching results, and the Pales-
tun- government board of scien-
I industrial research has
pro> a gi ant for the continu-
:. f the study by the labora-
tory.
Malaria Controlled
The late Prof. Israel J. Kligler.
head epartment of bacteri-
.1 public health and di-
university's malaria
rese tation at Rosh Pinah.
e. until his death in 1944,
I '.....OUS aspects of
I; was in the field
ntrol that Dr. Krig-
i ati -: distinction.
. recognized as one of
l's loading experts. To
malai ia control pro-
lue the fact that Palestine
nly country in the Middle
u iw of
portance.
Kligler's pioneering work
ntinued by the present
if the malaria research
Ihe brilliant Prof. Gideon
. '.'. ; 'A II, Dr.
- .. n the rank of
nel in the British
i VIedi | and
gl .. malaria
ronl unit which served in high-
larial areas in Iraq. Persia
: a. His contribution to
: effort was recognized by
who decorated him
Ihe Order of the British
(O.B.E.).
The scientific and health work
n and women of the uni-
versity and the projected Hebrew
university -Had a S a h Medical
school will be a constant source of
inspiration not only to the scient-
ists and medical men of Palestine
but to the Jewish people in gen-
eral. Their scientific labors will
benefit all the peoples of Pales-
tineJews and Arabs alike. At
the same time they will contrib-
ute their share, the share of the
Jewish people, to the advance-
ment of science and m<
knowledge for the good of hu-
manity at large.
GREETINGS
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flaqler Street
PHONE 3-2197
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI BEACH
CHEMICAL CO.
Anchor Brand Products
Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary
Supplies, Deodorants,
Disinfectants
Phone S-43S3
824 First St. Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOI E.
MQREDQCK
Company
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 3-5433P. O. Box 1790
Miami 10, Florida
International Motor Trucks
Power Units, McCormick-
Deering Tractors
Farm Machinery
What Ho Jews
Think Of Jesus?
(Continued from Page 40)
He was capable of bursts of ill-
temper, as when he cursed the
towns of Capernaum, Chorazin
and Beth Saida. or when he de-
nounced a fig tree for not yield-
ing fruit to appease his hunger,
though it was not the fruit bear-
ing season. And hi was intem-
perate in hi mnation of the
scribes and Pharisees, most of
whom weie thoroughly honest
and dedicated men. Finally.
there ai e al li of chau-
vinism in him. When a Canaan
ite woman pleads with him to
heal her daughter, he responds:
"It is wrong to take the chil-
dren's br< throw it to the
little dogs" He declares ex-
plicitly: "I am not sent except to
the lost i p : the House ol
rsrael." To him "Gentile and
-publican" are equally terms of
opprobrium. And he plainly in-
structs the Apostles not to bear
his message to non-Jews.
These failings are understand-
able and pardonable as human
frailties. Certainly they are more
than offset by virtues. The point
la however, that they are incon-
sistent with any claim to perfec-
tion on J.sus' behalf, with any
suggestion that he constitutes a
paragon to be uncritically revered
and emulated without reservation.
Very well. then, says the Chris-
tian, let it be conceded that Jesus
is neither God. nor uniquely His
son. nor the Messiah, nor a moral
prophet, nor even an impeccable
human being. Certainly he was.
despite his frailties, a great man.
a gifted and exalted teacher. Will
not the Jews accept him as such?
To which tin- answer of Jews
runs: 'Have Jews, except under
the extremest provocation, ever
quarreled with such a presents
tion of him'.'"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EMPIRE GROCERY & MARKET
78 Collins Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. 14th Street p,
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS
JACK ROHER. Proprietor
A Most Happy New Year
Jo All Jewry
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SEASONS GREETINGS
KATZIF
GROCERY
378 N. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9700
GREETINGS
EflTABITE
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-9041
LOBEL'S MARKET
1407 Washington Avenue
Ml*
FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS GROCQUB
Delivery Service
P
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361
TO ALL
i
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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TO EXTEND A
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JEWRY EVERYWHERE
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130R N. E. BAYSHORE CT.
WRECKS REBUILT
Your SatisfactionOur Pleasure
&5/-!l. MacArthur Causeway]
PHONE 2-6611
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NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
A Happy New Year
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN
of the
Phone s-38SABANA SP0RTSWEAR SHOP
Resor, Wear |or Men J^mST" ^^
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
VAL C. CLEARY
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
SEASON'S GREETINGS
C & F TRUCK BODY & TRAILFR cu^
2105 S. W. 32nd Avenue LER SH0P
Electric and Acetylene Weldi 48"3?66
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TENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707
By BERL CORALNIK
JERUSALEM.
e year 5707 in Palestine will be known as the "Year of
," for it jeft us amid bursting bombs and whistling bullets,
rror came both from the British government and the Pales-
dministration, as well as from dissident Jewish groups,
i a terror designed against the very roots of Zionism and
e of the Yishuv.
e Yishuv struggled hard to maintain inner discipline,
e the fact that the Jewish Agency executive members
imprisoned in Latrun for months, as were the chairman
Jewish National Council and other prominent leaders, and
the daily hostile measures
and terrorism greeted and sup-
ported this new policy, hoping
that the struggle would enter a
new and more effective phase.
General Barker's infamous re-
mark about beating the Jews in
the "most sensitive spot, their
pockets," was to be used as a
boomerang against the British
whose pockets are generally con-
sidered to be quite sensitive.
The second logical step in the
new campaign would have been
to recall all Jews employed by
the government. Had such a
step been taken, the entire Pales-
tine administration would have
been paralyzed. Although the
Jewish members of several gov-
ernmental committees were re-
called, no further steps along
these lines were taken, which
led to a growing dissatisfaction
in the Yishuv.
administration. While the
Palestine issue remained
uded in midair, the Jewish
|unity of Palestine was reso-
i combatting the govern-
oppression as well as the
of the dissident groups to
away, to take the law into
(own hands and lead the rest
Yishuv in their footsteps
New Year 5707 began in
lluiky way. Basic Zionist
were at stake, and the
Ions: "Whither Yishuv?
ler Zionism?" did not then,
fcy still don't today, evoke a
lever, the first and fore-
goul in the year 5707 was:
immigration to Palestine,
any and every condition,
In spite of every obstacle
in its way! This goal found
Ission in an important meet-
leld during the year of the
km of the Jewish National
til and representatives of
Dipalities and local city
Ills. At this conference a
of $400,000 was created, with
lie purpose the stimulation
itional Jewish immigration
iBBtine. Despite the fact that
municipal budgets require
imental approval, the sum
Raised from the budgets of
tine's city and town councils.
step was also the begin-
1 of the Yishuv's policy of
^operation with the govern-
All those in the Yishuv
vere opposed to bloodshed
In July of last year, shortly be-
fore the arrests of the agency
leaders, a meeting in Paris of
agency representatives in Jeru-
salem, London and New York
was called for the purpose of
stock-taking. At this gathering
the agency rejected the so-called
Morrison plan and demanded in
its place the granting immedi-
ately of 100,000 certificates for
the speedy immigration of 100,-
000 Jews to Palestine. In addi-
tion, the agency demanded that
full autonomy be given the area
where the projected Jewish state
would be and that full control
over immigration be given the
government of this area.
These demands were communi-
cated to Britain and the United
States. President Truman sup-
ported these demands and in-
formed the British of his opinion.
London, however, came up with
a conference of the Arab states,
and the Arabs and Jews in Pales-
tine, for the purpose of explor-
ing the problem further. Be-
cause of the arrests of the agency
leaders and the government's re-
pressive measures, as well as
London's refusal to use the
agency's demands as a basis for
discussion, the agency refused to
participate in these conferences.
(Continued on Page 54)
Mr. and Mrs.
DAVID Vll/.l>
and Family
it
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Joli ii B. Orr, I in*.
Building Construction
Quarry Keystone
PHONE 2-4159
25 N. E. 20th Street
y
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IB. Leatherman
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
1 ?
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL
IEWRY A TRULY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Nathan Mayo
Commissioner of Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
EXTENDS TO HIS MANY
FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
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BEST WISHES for BETTER LIVING
in the NEW YEAR
Ihe Florida Power & Light Company is carry-
ing out an $85,000,000 program to expand its facilities so
that more people may enjoy clean, modern, economical
efficient electric service in their homes. This is our con-
tribution to better living in Florida.

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>AY. SEPTEMBtB
Europe ... As Seen By Moses A. Leavitt
Bu MOSES A. LEAVITT
Executive Vice Chairman. Joint Distribution Comnutta
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article by Moses A. Leavitt. execu
tie vice Chairman of the Joint Distribution Commltt... il ba..d on hi.
personal observations of the conditions, hopes and fears of the Jewisn
survivors in European lands at the close of the year 5707. Mr, Leavitt, an
outstanding author.ty on relief and rehabilitation, has recently returned
from a ten-week inspection trip during which he surveyed Jewish needs
in nearly every country in Europe.

After returning from the chaos of Europe to the well ordered
way of life in the United States, it is almost impossible to formu-
late impressions in a phrase. Conditions vary so greatly from
country to country that when one crosses a border he invariably
finds himself in a different world. Although these changing
conditions make it difficult to generalize, certain basic facts are
true for nearly all sections of Europe.
The tremendous scale of destruction is perhaps the first fact
that impresses itself on the mind of the American observer. It
is impossible for any one who has not seen it to picture hundreds
of thousands of homes in ruins.
tens of thousands of factories de-
stroyed, the incredible loss in
livestock, machines and tools. So
great is the desti ucti in that it
heroines immediately clear that
- the United States steps in
a major JDC problem.
Th<- third fact that imp-1
me everywhere 1 went was the
: the JLX
unqualified importance of the or-
lives of thi
sh survivi rs
with substantial aid, Europe will JDC is the n from thi
remain a beggar continent for cradle I ivi hund <
Vim: S tO C of t! '".- JeWS.
The second dis ng factor ..\ IDC carries on
one that seriously impedes the ;. ["here is a long-
Joint Distribution i mn tt<
lii I and reconstruction i
Europe's Jewsis spiralling in-
flation that exists in countrj aftei
country. Prici
rising and tin val
is constantly falling T .:. y th<
JDC is able to bu
.: than it bouj
even a month
country meeting
needs with
ever-i ...r, has become
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
ng-tin i pr< gram ai
. : .' fi and tl i

wherevi
I
;< iN S GREETINGS
We Have a Supply of
HOLIDAY CARDS
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
53 N. E. First Street
1452 Washington Avenue
GREETINGS
CAPTAIN AL'S
FISH MARKET
ALWAYS FRESH FISH
PROMPT DELIVERY
2321 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-9392
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lii
Mitchel D. Price
Charles W. Zaring
Robert S. Florence
Stephen's
Transfer Co.
Dependable Hauling
1525 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 9-1649
ent situations exist in Germany.
Austria and Italy, where 250.000
displaced Jews are living in the
.amps and centers waiting for
opportuniti. i I i rebuild their
lives in othi i Ian
It is not a qu ; r""1' and
clothii displaced Jews
have thus fai had their basic food
ive cloth-
ing, but it not good clot
They hav. "'" lf thev are
often W!k''
should i ''' ,,u'
displai i not thi phys-
ical conditi m, but the spiritual
and | ration
mp life.
Can : bke pris in life
in in-
detern When a
SKA.-' iN'S GREETINGS
T-SQUARE & TRIANGLE CO.
1626 Lenox Ave 5-2663
Blue Prints Photostats
Black & White Prints
RELIABLE SERVICE
For Architects and Engineers
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Stanley's
Jewelers
240 Sth St. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2236
Best Wishes To All
For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ami Mi s.
Herman Rohdi
MIAMI BEACH
man goes to jail for a year or two
with the knowledge that he will
be free after he has served his
allotted time, he can keep up
hope and courage. But when ;
man's stay in a displaced persons
camp is of indefinite duratl >n,
he Incomes the victim of what
the ci miinologists call "prison
psychology." In the ease of dis- j
placed .lews this state of mind is
complicated by the knowledge
that they are innocent of any
crime against society or against
their fellow man.
Displaced Jews in Germany,
Austria and Ital .
tor a dmnt future Jr
IS ^n^.:.,.

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bk recommend.^H
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BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION
V. r.\ CHILDERS
1205 Fifth Street
F- w. mRMi
Phone 5-9Tr|
WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
lti<*hie Plumbing .Supply. \w
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami. r*|
Branch: 810 N. W. 79th St. Telephone 7 5110 Miami Flirt I
THE LEVIN FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL, INC.
State Distributors
gray >i \m\i; MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone J
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and .11 rs. Ij'on llt:* and Soi
of the
BLACKSTONE FOOD MARKET
737 Washington Avenue Phone ml
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GENERAL INSULATING CO.
MAKE YOUR HOME COOLER
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROY RANSON
NORMANDY BEACH TAVERN
CABANAS PRIVATE BEACH
7132 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 8-ffll
420 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-1139
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
NOW LOCATED
1553 S. W. 8th Street Phone r2m
Under the Management of MR. and MRS. LOUIS KATZ
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
i1
MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON
George's Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NKW YEAH
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
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*JewishfkrMbvn
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Jnued from previous page) |
lui.il too long.
In effort to bolster sagging
Bnd provide productive
Its for displaced Jews who
ailing for governments and
bvernmental bodies to de
'hether or not they arc t(
a future, the JDC initiated
Irk-, program. In Austria
lallv. where the number of
DP's is smallerabout
important progress has
Knade in providing produc
lecupations.
U projects Have been <>p-
Ig for the past five months.
Tpi intod moneyscrip-
js handed out to workers
tment for their efforts. With
temp they go to specially
ed .IDC canteens and pur-
additional food, clothing
lomfort items,
hen 1 asked the storekeeper:
JDC canteens what articles
,!, greatest demand, they
D1Vc! "lied sheets and pillow
So many years have
, since the Jewish DP's
on sheets, that linens
me a symbol of the de-
ll they once knew.
Italy, too. the situation is
Jing. Up to a few months
there had been a constant
iver in the DP population in
fcountry. They came in from
nany, Austria and other
left on boats, and others
to take their place. Today.
It has become increasingly
full to reach Palestine, there
growing conviction among
)P'. in Italy that they will
i to remain a longer time than
[had originally contemplated
I too, are beginning to think
irms of long-range projects.
pcquiring new skills so that
make adequate eontri-
bns to their new home when
y. >n opportunities are
able to them.
One of the impressive achieve-
ments in Italy is the excellent
JDC medical program. It is of
an exceptionally high standard
because the doctors, nui ses and
technicians who administer it are
self-sacrificing in their devotion
to the people they have under-
aken to help.
In contrast to conditions in
Germany, Austria and Italy
here helplessness and despair
ere noticeable at every turn,
Czechoslovakia was a land of
smiling people, of working peo-
ple filled with vitality and the
desire to rebuild. The Jews in
that country, small in number,
are for the most part slowly and
steadily recovering.
In Bratislava I officiated at the
opening of a weavers' cooperative
where 100 women earn their
livelihoods with handlooms. The
wool was supplied by the govern-
ment and the finished cloth was
sold back to the government.
This is the second weavers' co-
operative started with JDC funds.
The general feeling among Czech
leaders is that another six or
seven such enterprises are needed
to provide productive employ-
ment for another 1,000 widows
and girls, who today are main-
'ained on relief but who could
become self-sufficient if properly
trained.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chair-
man of the JDC European Execu-
tive committee, joined me in
Prague and together we went into
Poland. Our first step was Lower
Silesia. Dr. Schwartz, who had
not been in that section for nearly
a year, was amazed at the prog-
ress that had been made since his
last visit. The province is rich
and fertile. The factories and
mines are working and nearly all
the employable Jews are working
too.
Some 4,500 of the 50,000 Jews
in Silesia are in producers' co-
operatives which provide full
(Continued on next page)
Mr. and Mrs.
David IIrowii
and Family
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
BARNEY WEINKLE
DR. and MRS.
MILTON L. WEINKLE
DR.
W. STANLEY WEINKLE
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Tendrich
and Family
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ballas
DALLAS GROCERY
6700 N. W. 15th Avenue Phone 7-9578
[BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
:LORIDA FUEL OIL
INC.
950 N. W. 73rd Street
10ST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALLL
Midwest Poultry.
Fish & Egg Co.
You Get the Best At Midwest
FRESH FISH
SEAFOOD DAILY
Open Sunday Till Noon
1832 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-2279
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Varsity Cleaners
203 Alhambra Circle
178 S. W. 17th Ave.
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B. im. Hanson, Realtor
Specializing in Southwest Properties
2269 Coral Way Phone 48-3706 Miami 35, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DE BOLIAC CO.
440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2-5294
Truck Service and Equipment Garwood Sales and Service
FLEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION
HAPPY NEW
EAR TO ALL .
"Lots For Sale"
Jmall Down and Monthly
Payments
CALL
oin llarkdull
REAL ESTATE
4610 N. W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 7-2035
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Eleetrolux
Corporation
Happy To Announce Their
NEW LOCATION
172 N. E. 40th Street
PHONE 7-7502
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
ANDRE Inc.
1121 Washington Avenue
58-3614 58-3615
Makers of Fine Candies
Handed Fruit Shippers
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF
ROSH HASHONA
TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL OF
OUR FRIENDS
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Mr. and Mrs. Mayer IL Frankel
GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS
George
"DUKHILL"
Adler
115 N. E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-5477
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FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ACE CONCRETE SERVICE CO.
Complete Concrete Placing Service & Masonry
Phones 8-1796 7-6465
3153 N. W. South River Drive
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gary into Austria, going through
Europe ... As Seen By Moses Aleavitt,f---^-^whHstrippcd
(Continued from previous page) I pogroms in Poland,
support for some 16.000 individu-1 Hungary was n,v
als. There are also a number of
Jews working in government fac-
tories, nationalized coal mines,
textile mills and glass works. Be-
tween the two groupsthose in
the cooperatives and those in
government-operated factories
there is a great discrepancy in
wages. A Jewish worker in the
t imperatives earns from two to
three times the salary of the em-
ployee in the nationalized plants
and mines. The 7.000 or 8,000
zlotys a month (approximately
S70 or $80) which is the standard
wage in the government enter-
prises cannot be stretched to pro-
vide clothing, shoes, medical care
or to meet the food requirements
of an entire family. In conse-
ary. There isn't a Jew among
the nearly 200.000 in thnt un-
happy land who has not received
JDC assistance. Here is a country
them systematically of whatever
funds and clothing they earned
with them. To make their situa-
tion more tragic, those who ar-
rive! after April 21 have been
n aid by the United States
military authorities or the Inter-
national Refugee Organization.
SEPTEMbq,
where there is not enough money A; f,rs, ,]u, number was small,
in circulation for the normal pro- Bv jlllv [5 lt had grown to nearly
cesses of trade. I ':' 4.000. Today, it has reached the
partment stores withoul a single daggering figure of 7.">i>0 Jewish
customer because no one has refugees who are entirely de-
enough money to pu chase any- pen(|ent upon the JDC for shel-
ving except the bares! necessi- u,.. f00j and medical
ties of life. care ':';'' "lost nuser-
The economic facts of the conn- a^je people I have seen in all my
try necessitate major emphasis iravels Because no suitable
on provision of clothing. During
the first six monl li'^7. the
JDC distributed 265.000 complete
outfits to need;. Hul
So scarci iles that 1
scrap :s wasti d. Even the ma-
nd-hand
ial in unusable s< c '>
quence. large numbers of Polish Ull
r .-,i j .u tn<- c othing sent I iiun-
Jews still depend upon the JDC ,
, gary is repr >< i ssi d an
for supplementary assistance. ~ _,
i von though they are actually
employed on a full-time job.
When you come into old Poland
there is not only industrial ac-
tivity but cultural life
Jewish newspapers are flourish-
ing. The Jewish theatre has had M:'l}y,JiU
a rebirth. Books are being pub-
lished once again. Every size-
able Jewish community has its
: terary Verrein. An amazing job
been done in collecting his-
cal material covering every
;e of the Jewish tragedy.
The JDC distribution of matzoh
5t Passover served as a census
of Polish Jews. Since some 94.000
:ed for Passover foods, it is
- fe to assume that that number
resents nearly the entire Jew-
population of Poland.
The exodus which only a j
reached the proportions of a
llong mass flight has all but
si 'pped. The Jews in Poland to-
feel more secure. Jewish
kers in factories and in mines
t Id me that anti-Semitism ap
..red to be on the wane. The
vnment has taken aggressive
n to fight anti-Semitism, but
n >ne was ready to guarantee
I there would be no further
There are other critical prob-
lems for the JDC in Hun
is the col issal task of pro-
viding all or- supplementary food
well "" '' ''"' ^ew'sn PP"
ulation. There is the problem of |
1 .-
500 Jewis I 200 of
thi m in 00 JDC su|
I to then
Although I did not go into
Rumania. I talk ny of the
.feus wh 1 fled fi m th< famine-
ea of M ildavia, to seek
haven in the DP camps in Ger-
many Ausl I
had moved ai
into Hungary and aci >ss Hun-
buildings havi 1 een made avail-
able for them, 30 to 40 are com-
! to live in a single room.
In France, too, there is an in-
but one without
tragic 0vi rtones Some 1.500 per-
nto France
m the DP camps
(Cont ued on next page)
GREETINGS
While"*
Liquor Slors
PHONE 48-6846
2212 S. W. 8th St.
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Wholesale and Retail
EGGS FRESH DAILY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-2927
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. W. Walson. Jr.
CITY ATTORNEY
Miami. Florida
Mr. and Mrs. 1
SEASON'S GREETINGS
$
*- TO0P
INSURANCE AGENCT
Fire Windstorm AutonJ
Casualty
DIVIDEND SAVINGS
Security-Protection-Sen,
2010 N. E. 2nd Ah
Phone 2-7615
s
GARAGE
GENERAL REPAIR
Electric and Acetylene
WELDING
2985 N. W. 54th Street
PHONE 78-1161
GREETINGS
TOM DUPREE
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-2743
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Mans llrolhcrs
RADIO
2210 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 48-4958
l"
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
AUTO LOCK and
HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
Send Us Your Lock Troubles
Phone 9-3144
J. P. and JOHN NILON
1304 N. E. 2nd Ave.
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
475 41st Street
Road Seric 5-91)1
WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION
TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
liohhs Service Station
T
Cut Flown
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
Flowers Telegraphed
LANSIIX'S FLOW Kit*
A. V\ STOLL. Proprietor
FLORAL DESIGNS WEDDING BOUQUETS
2937 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miarni 37, Flo.
T
A Happy New Year To All
L. MURRAY DIXON
Architect
605 Lincoln Road 58-1671
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer.
Jr.
S. W.
FIRST
STREET
SEASONS GREETINGS
T
Ed's Standard
Service
''" th A Smile"
TRY OUR GREASE JOBS
LUBRICATION SPECIALISTS
Quality STANDARD Products
904 Fifth Street
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS TO ALL
Shop Us First For The Best In Musical Merchandtu
piiil pitt's v,:;
36 N.
MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-5181
Miami's Oldest Complete Music Store
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GREETINGS
!i{
II. C 1 I m an
Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
Pan American Bank Bldg.
MIAMI, FLA.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STIMKLIX 4p
"That Good Gulf Service"
LUBRICATION SPECIALISTS PROMPT SERVICE
276 N. W. 5th Street
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Modern Paint Company. !"<
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
Operated by Fred Walker
2531 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 2'35"
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Blue Angel Bar and Grill
Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
SOME AS GOODNONE BETTER
The Best for Less
1230 N. W. 79th Street Phone ?.g445
T
GREETINGS
TO ALL
Jii
Kuta's
Yacht Basin
"84 N. W North Riv.r
Drive
Phone 2-3067
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
Happiness. Joy and B'roHperitl
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AND TO ALL JEWRY
Schrager's, Inc.
1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 2-0707
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* Jewish ncridHan
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
Hope...
j| the Truth
)R. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Emeritus, Temple Israel;
Sclent. Florida State Rab-
binical Association
Shono Tova Tikosayvu.
you be inscribed for a good
I wishes are brief, but my
are great in this coming
May you, together with
L|,. house of Israel, together
he house of humanity, be
(>ecl for a Good Year.
| HOPE for a good year is
Lq Jews spend some of the
[wealth we are pouring out
fend ourselves against the
|s of every animal that
for telling the truth, the
truth, and nothing but the
| about us Jews daily, con-
in newspapers, over radio
ks, and in every way pos-
Din the truth into the ears
I fair-minded men and wom-
|ery few of whom really
anything about the Jews.
tell the truth about our
Dn. about our homes, about
lusincss dealings, about our
Bes. about our interest in
noble project for human
te. There are millions of
lians who have been fed
ruths about the Jews in the
\h. and whole lies by the
Semites. Let's tell the truth
fcse fine Christian men and
who want to know the
hiding neither our virtues
tie vices of some of our
us organize a Committee
lusincss Ethics in EVERY
unity, and present to every
|ii. our midst the choice of
acting in accordance with
II standards of life or be
led by us as Jews unworthy
ar the name Jew in our
may we continue to be a
JASON'S GREETINGS
imi Food Store
165 N. E. 14th Street
Phone 3-2038
SW YEAR GREETINGS
oral Gables
Garage
[132 Giralda Avenue
Phone 4-2424
EASON'S GREETINGS
Howard
rup Co., Inc.
Formerly
JRTIS ISLE PRODUCTS
Now Located
28 S. W. 8th STREET
Phone 48-2116
blessing to all the families of the
earth as we have been through-
out the centuries by our stubborn
adherence to the laws of our
Torah.
May God bless us and all hu-
manity in the coming year with
PEACE on the principles of JUS-
TICE. Amen.
Europe As I Saw It
(Continued from previous page)
of Germany and Austria. JDC
has on contract some 800 rooms
in hotels where the infiltrees are
housed until suitable accommo-
dations can be found for them.
The cost is very high, and the
JDC budget in France is rising
every month. Studies we have
made, however, point up the fact
that after three months in France
the majority of the refugees are
able to support themselves, many
of them through JDC vocational
training projects and other eco-
nomic aids.
One of the questions in my
mind before I went overseas was
"How long must we carry on?"
Over there I found the answer
to that question, for it is impos-
sible to visualize the extent of
the poverty, the destitution and
the tragedy from this side of the
Atlantic.
Now in the third year of peace
many Jews are working and be-
ginning to get back on their feet,
but they are still unable to care
a*
Mr. and Mrs.
M. LIJNDY
AND
Lundy's Market
1435 Washington Ave.
EXTEND NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO THEIR
FRIENDS and RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lula Jones
Flowers For All Occasions
DELIVERY
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
TO ALL SEASON'S
GREETINGS
Charles B. Fine
Watch and Jewelry
REPAIRING
Watch Materials and Tools
OUR SPECIALTY
1201 Pan American Bank Bldg.
S!
SEASON'S GREETINGS
tf
Marinda's Gift Shop
Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3S81
^Painted Novelties Greeting Cards Original Gifts
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for their own. They still are
unable to support the aged, the
orphans, the sick and maintain
their religious institutions. If
the support of the "Joint" were
withdrawn today, nearly all Jew-
ish social services would com-
pletely collapse tomorrow, bring-
ing added tragedy and hopeless-
ness to Europe's Jews.
From this fact we get the
answer to our question, "How
long must we carry on?" The
Jews of America must continue
to provide large scale funds not
only for emergency relief, but
also for reconstructioneconomic
assistance. If the funds are avail-
able to make the Jews of Europe
self-sustaining and self-support-
ing, the span of time until they
can take care of their own will
be greatly shortened. Adequate
help sent today over and above
what is needed for food and
clothing, will mean that urgent
relief needs will be greatly di-
minished tomorrow.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Marion Butler
REAL ESTATE
1616 Alton Road
Phone 5-6409
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Famous
Baking Corp.
463 W. Flagler St. 3-8146
Specializing in Hotel and
Restaurant Service
Bread Rolls Cakes
r
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Eatwell
Restaurant
Some As Good
None Better
"The Best for Less"
909 N. Miami Ave.
MIAMI
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
from
y
WHITE
STAR
GROCERY
63 N. E. 17th Street
r
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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University
of Miami
CORAL GABLES
GREETINGS
American Pharmacy. Inc.
744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
Marion Drug Store
1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rockmoor Pharmacy
5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011
GREETINGS
Ace-Saxon
Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING
MACHINES
A Service Institution
GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
Kassin's
Linen Shop
657 Lincoln Road
104 E. Flagler Street
Raymond-Abe-Leon-Morris
To Our Many Friends & Patrons
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Goldstein
Clothing
Exchange
439 N. Miami Ave. Miami
Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN
and Family
Extend New Year Wishes to All
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Jensen's Liquor Tavern
BAR and PACKAGE STORE
We Carry A Full Line of Package Goods
CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES
1646 S. W. 27th Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ACME SEPTIC TANK CO.
5705 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-7613
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
J. J. FARREY
BUILDING INSPECTOR
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations
and Everlasting Peace to All Mankind
Florida Linen Service
100 N. W. 20th STREET
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Exchange Hotel
141 N. E. Third Avenue
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE
445 N. W. 54th St. Phone 7-2904

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HAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707
(Continued from Page 49)
After announcing that it is
"impossible to come to terms with
the agency." the Palesl
eminent began negotiations ith
representatives of "moderate
Jews" in Palestine whi
talks were conducted in
parts of the world. Obviously
the government hoped to sot to-
gether some kind of Jev
resentation with which it c uld
come to terms These attempts,
however, were unsuccessfu
the British could find no Jewis
Quislings. Although Britain an-
nounced her right to app inl su
Jews as she saw fit to t
ference, this scheme I
doomed to failure. At th
the Palestine Arabs declined their
invitations to the parley, thus^
destroying entirely the pi
the meeting.
Meanwhile, the inl
tion in Palestine grew si
worse. Acting upon the -
feeling that '' III
done, the Acti ns r*i mmittee was
convoked in Jerusalem. The
meeting supp irted the agency's
stand in refusing to m
lease of the agency leaders .
matter of polil Later.
the agency leaders and
prominent Jew deta in I I La-
trun, as well as some 1,000
ish agricultural workers di I
earlier, were released, but. in or-
der to maintain the sacrosanct
principle of "balance." the gov-
ernment also freed a number of
Arabs who had been a
pre-war disturbances or tor col-
ting du the wai
the Axis.
The World Zionist Congri
meeting in Basle, decid< I '
view of the c rcumsl
agency could n : parl
any n< g I ial I with I
but added that if the
changed, the Actions committee
would
xl
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1-. .. ng '
. to the 1
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Palest the I
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felt card, The J u
the 1
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p. T
nus in H
Mr. and Mrs.
Morion S. Faan
Take Th; Opportunity
To With Their Many.
Many Friends
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Mr. a Bill Mrs.
A. I*, (amirs
and Family
Extend New Year Greetings
to the Board of Directors of
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and their families, their
many friends and the Jewish
Community of Greater Miami
T
GREETINGS
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
244 N. W. 35th Street
T
MR. and MRS. B. APPEL
MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY
4430 Royal Palm Avenue
T
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
ALL FOR THE NEW YEAH
MR. and MRS.
II. 31. Krakow
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LaVIGNE
join with their children
MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN
and son
GARY JOHN
and
MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE
and daughter
LESLIE ELLEN
In expressing their best wishes to all their friends lor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
, pris nwere
ee.
The inf. ,,un"
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
E. Wilck's Dress Shop
211-17 N. Miami Ave.
Phono 2 5943
Branches:
Fort Lauderdalc Orlando
'!
EAT WITH THE CHRISTEYS
at the
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Bar & l.rlll
We Specialize In Home-Made
SPAGHETTI and SAUCE
2945 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-9142
Jack A. Abbott
Miami Beach
Y
EXTENDS
BEST
WISHES
FOR
THE
NEW
YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Miami E'ouitrv.
Fish & Egg Co.
Specializing In
fUMBO SHRIMP, CRAB MEAT.
FRESH KILLED CHICKEN
AND TURKEYS
Hotels & Restaurants Supplied
1145 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-G440
E A AP< ISTLE, Prop.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
It. II. Shaddiek
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
y A. Mupphv
Reg. Real Estate Broke,
1759 S. W. 8th Street
Phones 3-0633-9.2987
Phone 3-4585
PAUL'S CARPET CO.
Carpet Linoleum Broadielt
Cut and Sewed Repaired and Laid
Sterilized and Demothed
2412 N. MIAMI AVE.. MIAMI 37, FLORIDA
phone 3-4871
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lorn Martin IIrug
DRUGGISTS
200 Sunset Drive
Phone 4-9221 South Miami
PEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
llrarh t*!ass & Mirror Co.
2600 N. W. 361h Street Phone 3-7041
EVERY TYPE OF GLASS and GLASS SERVICE
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
COLONIAL TRANSFER COMPANY
1815 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-5792
MOVING AND COMMERCIAL HAULING
ALL Loads Fully Insured Bonded Drivers and Helpers
BONDED WAREHOUSE PACKING AND CRATING
ti:mpli: bktii similom
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach
Chase Avenue at Forty-first Street
A PRAYER
THAT 5708 WILL BRING
ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY
TO ALL MANKIND
A Most
Happy New Year
To All
CARIBBEAN BUILDERS SUPPLY
Building Specialties
1356 N. E. First Ave.
PHONE 2-5258 MIAMI
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MR. and MRS.
Jos. A. ISrrinan
AND DAUGHTERS
Carol Hilda
AND
Dale
GREETINGS ON THE
NEW YEAR
t{i
PEACE. HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS IS OUR
WISH FOR ALL---------
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SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
^Jenistflcrldnain
PAGE FIFTY-FIVE
IAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707
,nued from previous page)
d y lWo British sergeants
.,, klclnapped by the Irgun
..,; Leumi as hostages, and who
en hidden for three weeks,
Kecuted by the Irgun.
The Jewish authorities re-
loubled their efforts to combat
,,., a. least to stem the
A, a meeting of the Jew-
council, a sharp
lid.
L, National
iT'gltups proclaiming that the
issued to the dissi-
pioclaiming that the
Vishuv will use force
Ln>anizei.
blackmail, intimidation
Ld coercion. A strongly-worded
[enunciation of terrorist blood-
Ed wi* an urgent appeal to
yUth ml u j0m,h nr"
issued by youth or-
'.;, Later in ,the year,
Gurion declared that th Or-
el Vishuv will not abstain
Ln from the use of arms against
I ssidents.
actual civil war has
m,, broken out in Palestine, the
, .,,.. 0f such a development is
I. Meanwhil., the
K defense arm, the Hag-
l,,,,', .....ying on its own catn-
' nst terroriam and has
vd many a terrorist at-
by the extremists. The
I ile such incident oc-
I | when, at the cost of one
Li its members' lives, the Haganah
I, an extremist plan to blow
fuu the civil and military center
district administration in
V' v,
! Palestine government, how-
i, I these efforts as
|i: quate. The government de-
, it the organized Yishuv
: ner, or else fight the
, nis with arms in hand in
, ive British lives, gov-
. p perty and the gov-
|, prestige.
y.....ng to receive satisfaction
Itu these demands, the chief sec-
|ri of the Palestine govern-
I Si Henry Gurney, sent an
turn to the Jewish National
council requiring them to call,
[within seven days, publicly on the
< rate with the po-
nd military in eradicating
ti
In its reply, the Jewish Agency
1 the ultimatum, stating
I thai thi Yishuv could not co-
operate with a government which
enforcing a policy regarded
by it as a breach of fundamental
I law.
In anticipation of further ag-
gravati n of the security situa-
tion, the government then or-
dered the evacuation of British
: and children from Pales-
iimultaneously establishing
"security zones" in each of the
three major citiesJerusalem.
Tel-Aviv and Haifa. The Jewish
residents of the zones received
strict orders to evacuate within
48 hours, but no accommodations
were provided for them.
Subsequently, the high com-
missioner announced that he had
assumed the power to impose
martial law, and on the day of
ihe announcement martial law
was established in Tel-Aviv, Pe-
tachTikva, Ramat Gan and Bnai
Brak, as well as in certain areas
in Jerusalem. The virtual rulers j
ti these areas, where nearly a I
quarter of a million Jews lived. ;
were military commanders. Civil I
authorities served only as politi- |
cal advisors, but often their ad-
/ice was completely disregarded.
Even the high commissioner was
unable to overrule the military
commanders. Palestine changed
from a police to a military slate.
where one-third of the Jewish |
population was imprisoned. The
principle of collective criminal i
responsibility was stretched to an
alarming degree, and it is not
difficult to imagine what hard-
ships the Yishuv encountered.
Meanwhile, the flow of "illegal" i
immigration grew in volume and
frequency. Towards the begin-
ning of the year 5707, 17 ships
arrived in Palestine carrying
nearly 22.000 refugees. The story
was always the same; the refugee
ships were picked up at sea by
British planes and destroyers
escorted them to Haifa where the
passengers were forcibly trans-
ferred to waiting deportation
vessels and shipped to Cyprus.
Recently, the government took a
different step: sending the refu-
gees back to the port of embarka-
tion. The story of the "Exodus
1947" is still fresh in everybody's
memory.
As a rule, the refugees offered
resistance which was overcome
by force; tear Mas and clubbing,
and sometimes fire arms, often
with fatal results. Each refugee
ship and subsequent transship-
ment and deportation roused the
Yishuv's indignation and demon-
(Continued on next page)
GEO. M. ABOSLEM
Wishes To Announce That
AUDIPHONE CO. OF MIAMI
now has two all-in-one hearing
aids, developed by Western
Electric and Bell Laboratories.
All hard of hearing and hear-
ing aid users are invited to
CALL 3-3840
1211-13 Pan American Bk. Bldg.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
AUTO LOCK and
HARDWARE SUPPLY
(Wholesale)
PHONE 3-6177
1207 N. E. First Ave.
TO ALL .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dunlop Leather
Goods Store
"If It's Leather, We Have It"
ZIPPERS REPAIRED
REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS
108 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-5475
SEASON'S GREETINGS from
Sidney Meyer Mitchell Wolfson
W0METC0 THEATRES
The New Miami
TOWN
LINCOLN SURF MAYFAIR
CAPITOL CAMEO PLAZA
STATE GROVE TOWER
B1LTMORE PARKWAY ROSETTA
STRAND CENTER
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
14!
Palm Bakeries, Inc.
I E. BRENNER H. L. SKLANSKY
5708 N. W. 7th Avenu. Phone 7"2381
> S. W. 8th Street 156 N. W. Fifth Street
To Out Many Jewish Friends and
Customers A Most Happy
New Year
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
HIGH-GRADE ELECTRIC
Radios Repaired
Car and Home Radios
OUR SPECIALTY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Free Pick Up and Delivery
Service
2-9240 PHONES3-7059
19 N. E. 14th Street
TO ALL ..
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
KIRBY-TUTTLE CO.. INC.
15 West Flagler Street
E Phone 3-7614
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th Street,
PHONE 9-6546
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HOSEA
HARDWARE CO.
611 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 9-2223
FRED W. nOSEA
President and General Mgr.
y
BEST WISHES FOR
THE NEW YEAR
J. & M.
EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-4872
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
li!
W. A. GLASS
We Wish to Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. t
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
Ray .-aiid Hill Emerson Tire Co.
798 N. *W. 62nd Street Phone 7-9320
AUTO ACCESSORIES
Gas Oil Lubrication
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SUNDAY UNTIL 10:30 P.M.
PHONE 7-9320
J. M. EMMER J. EMMER
Magie < ilv Bottle & Supply
TELEPHONE 2-6666
BOTTLES. JUGS. JARS and SUPPLIES
222 N. W. 271h Street Miami. Florida
DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
FLOOR FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI
sanding ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC.
2131 N. W. 51st St. Phone 7-3544
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N. W. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6479
MOSS PRINTING COMPANY
245 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
HOTEL
and
COMMERCIAL
PRINTERS
Manufacturers and Distributors of
I in; MOSS LINE
STANDARDIZED HOTEL FORMS
Geared For Service!
PHONE 5-1001

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HAPPENINGS IN PALESTINE DURING 5707
(Continued from previous page)
si rat ions, strikes, public protests
and terrorist reprisals followed.
leading to more repressive meas-
ui es.
The only ray of light in the
gloom which enveloped Jewish
life in Palestine during the past
year was the establishment of
new agricultural settlements. The
1. : gest and to date unprecedented
colonization effort was the estab-
lishment, in one day, October 6
1946, of 11 outposts in the Negev.
Other settlements were estab-
lished in the hills of Jerusalem
eral neighboring Arab states and
later a sub-committee toured the
DP camps in Europe. At this
writing, the report of the UNSCOl
has not yet been released. It is.
however, expected that the
UNSCOP recommendations to the
U.N. will be published towards
Ihe beginning of 5708.
The outgoing year was a year
of struggle for the Yishuv. both
from within and from without.
It seemed sometimes that all the
enemies of the Jewish people.
>f the Yishuv and of Zionism rose.
determined to destroy whatever
i was left us from the European
and Hebren, ,n Upper and Lower PJJ ^ ^ ,
Samara and in the Plain *
of Sharon. |
From within there was a con-
the vi helming odds of the
land restrictions.
Unable or unwilling to con-
tinue the implementation of the
British government,
in Ci nsultation with the I
i, approached the United
\ us with a request for a spe-
on of the general assem-
bly I i lake up the Palestine is
sue. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver.
Da\ i Ben-Gurion and Moshe
-ented the Jewish
the U.N. As a result of
the h arings, during which Soviet
myko surprised the
iv with his sympathetic
ent, the U.N. appoint. .1 a
I committee on Palestine.
the UNSCOP.
1). spite the boycott of the
the I'NSCOP conducted
igh investigation of the
I in Palestine, visited sev-
power
Haganah. Thi I nt groups.
it must be admitted, grew in
numbers and in strength, and
there les when they were
actually deciding how the situa-
tion in the country would de-
velop. Imposition of martial law,
curfews, protected zones, etc..
were all the results of their ac-
tivities. Jewish popular senli-
Mr. and Mrs.
SAUL GRIEF
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-6481
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
$
FRIDEN
CALCULATORS
NEW LOCATION:
153 N. E. 10th Street
Continuous Courteous Service
M. L. BAKER, Manager
Phone 9-6429
To #vwru I rvi ifii hn t
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida East Coast llailwav
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
A. .1. I bin

ment often favored them, and it
was difficult at times for leading
Jewish institutions and the Ha-
ganah to combat those sentiments.
On the other hand, the British
administration estranged them-
selves from the Yishuv. and erect-
ed a wall of hostility between the
two. This helped anti-British
sentiment to grow and also helped
public sympathies to move tow-
ards the dissident groups.
The Yishuv became pessimistic
when it received friendly and
sympathetic declarations from
ither countries. It ceased to be-
lieve in the world's "lip service,"
feeling that it is up to the world
to root out this pessimisism.
But despite everything, the
"Geula"the Redemption will
come. Nobody in the world is
more sure of that than the Yishuv.
and a Jewish slate in Palestine
will be established
Therefore. "Leshono Tovah!"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS *
Court House Bar
37-41 N. W. Miami Court
Phone 3-9395
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NELLIE E. BRENNAN
REAL ESTATE
404 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-1953
RIDE IN SAFETY
AND COMFORT
IN A
BLUE ID GRAY
CAB
PHONE 2-4141
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DERBY BUR
AND PACKAGE STORE
915 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
EDISON PLUMBING and
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
RefrigeratorsAppliancei
Gas RangesWater Pumps
738 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-6519
GREETINGS
WISTERIA
FRUIT COMPAQ
3>3 E. Flagl,r Slretl
MIAMI-PHONE 3.28M
A HAPPY NEW vj^
FLORIDA GRINDING CO I
Kmres to Butcher, Ho.,7
Restaurant
SerTicing of Meat Chopp.^
Meat Band Sawi
RENTING-SERVICING
201 S.W. Fourth At,
PHONE 3-5231
larretl Coffee Company
Roasters and Packers of
COFFEE AND TEAS
501 N. W. Tenth Street Phone Mm
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. I. L. Mintzer & Family
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR
Samuel II. Levy & Mail riee Levy
OF THE
PENN FOOD CENTER
1052 Alton Road Phone 5-3MJ
Southern Dairies and Jersey
SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM
Extends to All Their Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
HERMAN MACK
MACK'S CURB MARKET
16 N. W. 17th Avenue
MIAMI
MR. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
Our New Miami Location
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wih for All Their Patron.
and Friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner
AND FAMILY
WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A Very Happy New Year
THE ROSNERS WILL AGAIN OPERATE THE
J
THE COMING YEAR
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
1144 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
Opening About November 15'*


HDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
THE JEWS IN THE SOVIET ZONE
By PAUL GREEN
(Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
nue to the difficulty of communication between the eastern
Jl western halves of Germany and the hesitancy of the Rus-
* Jewish Meridian
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
n permitting correspondents to tour their zone, less in-
sertion has been released about the Jews under Soviet ad-
""istration than about their brethren in the Allied areas.
Jnwever, this has not prevented the Jews in the Soviet zone
lm maintaining contact with the rest of Germany, and last
onth the first formal step was taken to form closer relation-
with the establishment in Frankfurt of a Central Coordi-
ating committee to organize communal activities throughout
h,. country
One
of
the members of the
Dr. Hans Erich Fa-
lommittee is
an, who is also general secre-
rv of the Federation of Jewish
limmunities of the Russian zone.
Fabian resides in Berlin,
,here he is on the board of the
ewish community, but he has
,ad the opportunity of extensive
travel throughout the Soviet
tone and he is in continuous
Contact with the Jewish commu-
nities there. He is, therefore, well
qualified to describe the status
If the Jews under Russian ad-
ministration.
According to Dr. Fabian, the
number of Jews in the Soviet
tone is about 1,500. This is a
Considerable reduction from pre-
littler figures, when up to 100,-
Jews lived in those areas.
Fh'e 1.500 figure includes, besides
German Jews, those of other
nationalities. They are organ-
._ in seven communitiesLeip-
zig. Dresden. Erfurt, Magdeburg,
Chemnitz, Halle and Schwerin.
One great difference between
the British and American zones
on one hand and the Soviet area
on the other is the complete ab-
sence of DP's in the latter sector.
Most of the foreign Jews who
were sent there as slave laborers
were permitted to leave after the
war, while the rest were allowed
to remain and to integrate them-
selves in the Jewish community.
Dr. Fabian says there is no
Jewish problem in the Russian
zone, such as exists in the rest
of Germany. The Jews have full
freedom to live their religious
and communal lives without in-
terference on the part of the au-
thorities. Relations with the Rus-
sians are everywhere good. Be-
cause of their strict indoctrina-
tion in racial tolerance, Russian
officials, soldiers and employees
are free of the taint of anti-
Semitism. On the other hand,
they ignore the fact that the Jews
were the worst sufferers at the
hands of the Nazis and have spe-
cial difficulties which should be
recognized.
As far as the Germans go, anti-
Semitism in the Russian zone is
the least noticeable of all the
zones. That is not to say that
it does not exist. The Jews know,
on the contrary, that it does, be-
cause of such acts as desecrating
Jewish cemeteries in the dead of
night, and sending Jews anony-
mous threatening letters. But
there are no such gross mani-
festations of anti-Semitism as in
the western zones. Dr. Fabian
says this is primarily due to the
great fear that the Germans have
of the Russians, who will not
tolerate racial discrimination and
have established legal penalties
which are rigorously applied.
Together with all other vic-
tims of Nazism, Jews have a pre-
ferred position in food distribu-
tion. They receive ration cards
(Continued on Page 62)
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
jrom JACK FISHMAN, President
liramlel I Equipment & Supply Co.
INCORPORATED ________
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618
Equipment and Supplier for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs
GREETINGS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. L. DAVIS CO., Inc.
TOBACCO WHOLESALERS
S48 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-3411
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Alabama Poultry Market
Poultry Killed Daily Fresh Eggs
"We Deliver Anywhere"
232 N. W. 20th Street Phone 9-2315
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
WELCOME 5708
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART
Plekln' Chicken Restaurant
107 22nd Street Miami Beach Phone **HU^
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
I.. & H. Restaurant
"The Beit for Les*"
1401 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-9420
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CRUSHED STONE CO.
PRODUCER OF
CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS
SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY.
Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Truck*
4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami
P. O. Box 451, South Miami Branch
PHONES: 4 25814-2582
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
State
Discount Co.
1160 West Flagler Street
8222 N. E. 2nd Ave.
AUTO FINANCING
PHONE 3-8732
Mr. and Mrs.
SIMON WOLFE
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Many Friends
Lakein Jewelry Co.
424 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-1837
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
Phone 2-2860
For An Auction Use The
"WRIGHT WAY"
C. V. Galardi
1002 SEYBOLD BLDG.
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
Leon Kaplan
AND DAUGHTERS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
SAM'S
SKA FOOD
MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
C. RAY MARTIN
PLUMBING fc HEATING
1446 Alton Road. Miami Beach
Phone 5-3700
Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron
216 43rd Street
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
ANTILLA HOTEL
1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714
CORAL GABLES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldwin
of the
Clam Rox Restaurant
ON THE OCEAN AT 74TH STREET. MIAMI BEACH
yj
BELMAR HOTEL
EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
2613 Collins Avenue Phone 5-6741
*
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Blue Ribbon Laundry & Cleaners
Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartments
Complete Laundry and Cleaning Service
1403 N. W. 7th Court Phone 3-0753
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MAY GOD GRANT ALL MANKIND A RICH AND GENEROUS
SHARE OF BLESSINGS FOR THE
NEW YEAR
Beach Memorial Chapel
1850 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
IRVING BLASBERG, Treasurer
RUSSELL NICELY. Funeral Director

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On the Via Sacra... In Imperial Rome
By ROBERT SEELAV
I am on the Via Sacra, at its highest point, in Imperial Rome.
Beyond lies the cemetery with the Roman ancestral remains,
and to my right the narrow streets and low hills of the metropolis
of the known world. I am at the Arch of Titus, to be dedicated
tomorrow by his brother Domitian. With the other Israelite
slaves I have finally completed this structure, to memorialize
the destruction of my Temple and the dispersion of my people.
Now Rome looks with pride upon the token of the task imposea
upon Titus, to conquer the stiff-necked Jews.
I sit hunched up in the shadow of the arch, my chin resting
on my elbows, my eyes half closed
in retrospection and dulled sor-
row. For it is now thi' eleventh
year of my captivity, away from
my native land. Thus I rest, now
that the enorous task is done, and
meditate upon the unhappy past
and the murky future. Slowly
I turn my head left, posed to take
in the entire height of the inner
section of the arch, furtively gaz-
ing upon the perfection of design or the enchanting design 01 the
and construction. Then I turn frightening height. I do not know.
more slowly, lazily, to look out But my observation persists. Yes.
,,ons upon all parts of the struc-
ture are fluid with praise of him
who took
but I gaze nevertheless again and
again upon their arts and de-
signs, the pilasters and superb
high relief panels. I trust the
Most High will not bear against
me my part in the carving of the
Figures, men and animals, for it
s written: "Thou shalt not make
unto thee a graven image."
Whether it be my contribution,
upon the thoroughfare and calcu-
late upon all that has transpired
in the space of time. I spit upon
the ground, with every malevo-
lent thought, for I violated every
vow in this repulsive task and
ev.ry law of Moses, toiling on
the Sabbath and the Holy Days
and eating of forbidden food.
Sinfully I contemplate the
beauty and excellence of my
work. May God forgivi me' I
bend my body clear out of the
they are heathens, unworthy, but
these figures, in white marble.
ilo tell a picturesque story. I do
not waiver in my belief, but for a
moment the thought edges in why
we. too, were not permitted to
indulge in this art. I do not
dw.ll on that very long, as it
might lapse into blasphemy. One
must nut open the door to dis-
belief or the door may not shut
easily.
Ovei the arch is a detailed re-
arch and look upwards for a clear production of Titus the Conquer-
view of the colossal monument, | er. I know his features well,
two tremendous posts, joined a: Here he is seated upon an eagle,
the top by a mass of masonry, grasping a thunderbolt, the sym-
I dwell among heathens. I muse, hoi of consecration. The inscrip-
, the honors due his
,'ather and destroyed and scatter-
ed a people beyond restoration.
The graceful columns of Parian
marble, tapering as they rise, are
surmounted by a capita with
profuse ornamentation. The val-
utes and squares are in detail
:,nd the spandrells are filled with
the two figures of Fame. The
brackets underneath the cornice
are formed of dolphins resting on
shells and the heystones, of hel-
meted female figures posed
against semi circular rests. Mvri"
ads of people, in posterity, will
invade the inner arch, circle the
structure and observe the carved
figures and decorations and de-
cide that it is verily a memorable
jbject for an historical victory.
But to me each square is a vig-
nette come to life Each horse
is a spirited animal and its rider
an armored fightei. fury and
death in every motion, the sun's
rays upon every sword and
shield. I hear the sound and
alarm of furious battle, the horri-
fying snort and ululation of the
wounded animal, the thud of fall-
ing bodies mixed with the clang
il crashing steel.
I was there'
Under the vault and on each
side of the inner chamber is a
(Continued on next page)
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
WALDORF TOWERS
860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
Florida Women's Division
American Jewish Congress
Mrs. Louis Glasser, President
Wishes the Community
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
CANTOR and MRS.
MAURICE MAMCHES
TAMRA ELAINE,
WILLIAM and VALERIE
Wish for All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
'i1
Irving < orlon
AND
Harold I'ont
of the
1 ROSEDALE
DELICATESSEN
and RESTAURANT
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
MIAMI
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
Very Happy and
Prosperous New Year
Russell's Tropical
Fruit Juices, Inc.
Orange Pineapple Papaya
Grapefruit Fruit Punch
Coconut
Punches for Parties
OUR SPECIALTY
WE DELIVER
1166 S. W. Firsl Street
PHONE 9-3449
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
li!
PARK MADISON STUDIO
PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS
New location
BEST
WISHES
FOR
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
A. >|. Ili'ili'i-
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Joseph H. Clayton
REGISTERED BROKER
Real Estate Sales Rentals
7501 S. W. 8th Street ^
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Century .Service
REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING MOTORS
Spraying Electrical Servic. 24-Hour Serri
BEN S. HERTZ RUTH K HFRT7
350 S. W. 29th ROAD
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Beaeh Xursing Service
SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Bwd
\Tew Year i*\\ cs
Is A Fine
Opportunity -
to tell you how much we
appreciate your business and friendship. Most
of the year all of us are absorbed in business
but, New Year time is the signal to forget business
and think of others .
Our thoughts go out to you today ... il has
been a pleasure to know you and to do business
with you. We resolve not to leave any stone un-
turned in the year just ahead to earn a continuance
oi this pleasant relationship!
We hope that you will enjoy a Happy New
Year and that 5708 will reward you richly in youi
present peace-time activity.
Cordially,
LEE BR0WD
FINE CANDIES
1522 Washington Avenue
One Block South of Lincoln Road
Phone 5-4023
Open All Summer
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
SHOLOM, NACHAS and SIM-
CHAS TO ALL JEWRY AND
PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
TO ALL MANKIND
K
Mr. anil Mr*
HARRY PEARL
and daughters
Barbara. iMivllis.
Mareia. Hernia
205-07 LINCOLN BLDG.
350 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida
OILS FRAMES MINIATURES
PHONE 5-5260
May All Jewry Be Inscribed for a Year of Life. Happiness. Health
A. & B. PIPE & STEEL & "S^^ S3
- J'-LL |fr< md Mn Abe Berkowitx
500 N. W. 5th St.. Corner 5th Armu. Mildred. Harold and Donald
Berkowitz
MIAMI. FLORIDA


AY SEPTEMBER 12. 1947
+Jewish fk>ridfan
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
to the Via Sacra ... In Imperial Rome
.United !'om previous page)
C of the golden table, the
M cup Ot the High Priest and
r 'yen-branched candlest.ek
I other loot from our Temple
fZ midst of the tumult and
mtic battle for possession of
Hnlv structure it was I who
^d 'the candlestick. I en-
Cl my arms about its,
nehes and wrapped my gar-,
II about it. The Romans en-
?H to seize it. My comrades
Lw with fiendish fury to pro-
7" aI1d this holy relic. There
i no definite aim in this strug-
which was then uneven and
,.e|e but stemmed from a
E,d determination to keep un-
!an hands from the sacred ob-
fiw-ai engulfed within a scream-
t howling mass, wasting lives
fit consecrated to a purpose.
as they all fell and I was
lize'd with the candlestick in-
let But I was saved for a pin -
Lse_t0 enter Rome as a slave.
(The route to Jerusalem and the
Temple began, for me, a year be-
fr(. in Galilee, with the armv
the Zealots, brave, gallant,
Earless, striking tenor into the
Lman Legions. Now no one
tmembers how we threw the
fcreign army of invaders into
bnfusion. fought on an even
tade. Temporary victories are
on forgotten. Only the last is
tstory. Vespasian feared Israel
Td his son Titus respected his
jllor. The great Roman army
las forced to declare a truce.
I By common impulse all Israel
pen moved toward Jerusalem for
be battle of decision. Who
hows? Messiah may come! He
frill come! It is only a matter
I time, fin the Prophets have so
fcritten. Then the Romans and
eir false Gods will evaporate.
Jo heathen can obstruct the will
God and Messiah is His mes-
fcnger. Israel will then rule from
lie Holy City over all the world.
II have concealed about me and
ave carried through these years.
the coin, struck off by Simon,
Prince of Israel, with the in-
scription: "In the First or Second
Year of the Deliverance or Free-
dom of Israel." Israel could not
predict the year but the event.
was a certainty, our courage and j
confidence surmounted our judg- [
ment. For He could not abandon
His peopleHis Chosen people!
Overconfidence in miracles
brought mental stagnation. Then
came discord, division in the
ranks. Then the rich and arro-
gant royal deserted us. But the
Jews of Galilee, the simple, be-
lieving mortals, kept going to
Jerusalem in untold numbers. Oft
they passed the encamped Ro-
mans who mocked them and
threw swill at them. The hurry-
ing, unarmed men looked more
like students than legionnaires.
But they shuffled along towards
heir doom, unafraid, armed only
with strong hearts, stout muscles,
lionized will and determination
to expel the invaders. What for
these metal contraptions, uncom-
fortable garments? We have God.
We have the Zealots, the Sciarii,
the Simonists, the Idumaeans!
And our valiant leaders, Simon
Bar Giora, Eleazer ben Jair, John
of Gischala! Our organization
was simple. The strongest di-
rected us. Wherever a group was
in battle, there a leader came
forth from their midst. We
Ir. and Mrs. Ben Giller
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to All
MR. and MRS.
SAM H. GOLDMAN
and Family
|775 S. W. lBlh Ave. Miami, Fla.
Extend Best Wishes to Their
Many Friends For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Extends Best Wishes to
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray
Grauer, Cantor and Mrs.
Maunee Mamches and
Family and to the Offi-
cers,, Directors and Mem-
bers of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation
and Sisterhood in Par-
ticular, and to All Jewry
in General.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUCHWALD & CO.
Jewelry Novelties Bags
160 W. 34th Street
NEW YORK CITY
731 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Telephone 58-1919
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Century Hotel
MO Ocean DiW*
MJAMI BEACH
moved about voluntarily, delib-
erately choosing a place of severe
attack. Thus I came to the City,
carried along by the multitudes,
all eyes toward the Holy of Holies
and all minds upon one purpose.
We learned too late that war
is created and organized by man
and that the Gods just look on.
Famine followed the siege, and
pestilence and death followed the
famine. 'But there was no lack
of courage and simple faith was
abundant. At long last the Tem-
ple was destroyed by fire. The
Romans walked in blood, bodies
heaped high, as every soul was
put to the sword but those in-
tended for the Roman holiday or
slavery. Jerusalem and its en-
virons were levelled to the
ground.
In the midst of all this art and
enlightenment death and desola-
tion are accepted retributions for
an enemy of Rome. After defeat
all forms and formalities of vic-
tory must be exercised; all the
traditions, symbols and insignia
of success must be minutely ex-
emplified to the citizens and Sen-
ate of Rome. When all the play
is past I may be given asylum
and freedom, with every con-
sideration, but now I am a sub-
ject to be befouled, mortified
and humbled.
The humiliation began in my
native land and continued in
Rome until the last formula and
indignity had been completed. All
(Continued on Page 64)
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Louis F. "Red" Sncdigar
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TUDOR HOTEL
"Air Conditioned"
1111 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
'i{
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
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WESTVIEW HOTEL
923 West Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL IT IS OUR WISH THAT THE
BEST BE YOURS DURING THE NEW YEAR
WHITEHART HOTEL
, r r;. Miami Beach
315 Ocean Drive
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BILL and FRANK
SUNDRIES DINNERS
GRILL
29th St. and Miami Avenue Northeast
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BISHOP & IO.
REALTORS
1661 W. Flagler Street

Miami
WE WISH TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. (loodman
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. A. ZELLER, Owner
CALL
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24-HOUR SERVICE
3703 S. W. 8th Street
Phones 4-59144-9510

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TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Miami Beach
SEASON'S BEST TO ALL
NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
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1452 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-4153
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
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PAGE SIXTY
p-Jmistflcridiari
ranDAY^EPTEMBQ,
The DP's Third Rosh Hashona In Germany
By ROBERT GARY
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Correspondent in Germany)
MUNICH.
"You know," the man wit hsunken cheeks and soiled cap
said, "if someone had told me on that glorious day of liberation
that I would be observing my next three Rosh Hashonas in
Germany I would have laughed in his silly face. But here
comes the third one, and here I am."
So are about 150,000 of his displaced Jewish brethren.
Here they still wait while the mighty powers of the world,
who, more than two and a half years ago fought and won a
complex and gigantic war, spin around in circles ostensibly
trying to settle a problem involv-
ing a handful of people.
And the Jew in Germany not
only faces his third Rosh Hashona
and an uncertain future but also
another terrible winter. Still
living in camps, for the greatest
part, the Jews will have to again
try to beat the back-breaking
task of keeping warm and dry.
Most of the camps were in bad
shape when the Jews moved in.
Some were haphazardly repaired,
others weren't. But even those
thai had some work done on them
are now badly run down and in
need of major winterizing jobs.
And the Army admits the neces-
sary materials are very short.
So is fuel. There is no such
thing as central heating, of
course. The more fortunate DP's
managed to get hold of a pot-
bellied stove for their room, but
must scrounge for wood or coal.
The majority, however, will still
depend on the cheapest and most
easily available form of fuel: body
heat produced by five, six and
seven people crowded into one
small room.
Winter also means that the DP
is deprived of his most popular
form of entertainment: Taking
walks in the neighborhood coun-
tryside, or gathering with friends
on the camp grounds to talk and
''schmooze." The outdoors, after
all, affords the DP's their surest
and only real chance for some
privacy.
In addition to a worsening of
physical conditions, the Jew in
Germany probably fairs even
more serious food problems Last
spring saw the Army reduce the
2.200 calory diet for certain
groups to 2.0H0 There also was
a steady worsening of the food
making up the 2.000 calories.
Doctors and other authorities
close to the DP problem have
warned that the DP diet is a
"slow process of starvation" since
it consists almost wholly of
starches and contains little fats
and proteins.
Annni; those most seriously af-
fected by the food situation are
the 18.000 Jewish children, espe-
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
and ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
J. A. KRELL
1750 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
We Extend Best Wishes
For a Happy New Year
Miami
Typesetting Co.
F. H. STREIFERT
and Associates
2015 N. W. First Avenue
Phone 2-5935
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels
AND SONS
Melvin and Burton
2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace
extend best wishes for a Happy
and Joyous New Year to their
many friends and relatives
The \nrm;imlv
Food I'enter
1217 Everglades Concourse
Phone 6-1986
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Dairy and Grocery Products
Fresh Meats and Poultry
Fruits and Vegetables
FREE DELIVERY
HARRY KAPCHAN, Prop.
DR. and MRS.
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
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
Herman G. Rosenbaum | a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
337 Lincoln Road
WISH ALLL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Max Wolfman
and FAMILY
1565 Drexel Ave. Miami Beach
Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL
NEW YEAR
cially those living in institutions,
I and those between 10 and 19
j years of age. The group living in
'children centers has no one to get
lout into the rural countryside
land scrounge nourishing foods.
| such as fresh milk and vege-
i tables, meats and eggs for them.
As a result, the authorities re-
|port that the 10-19 age group has
been steadily losing weight in-
stead of gaining weight, which
children in this age category usu-
ally do because of their growth.
Life for the Jew in Germany
also has been made more diffi-
cult bv several new Army meas-
ures. One forbade entry into DP
camps of any now infiltrees en-
tering the American zones of
Germany and Austria. The other
ordered the closing of small in-
stallations and consolidating them
with larger units. This meant
that such installations as hach-
sharoths, where Jewish youths
are studying agricultural train-
ing, plus individual kibbutzim
and children's centers probably
(Continued on next page)
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tri Beta Council
of the Y. M. & Y. W. H. A.
of Miami
T
THE BEST TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Anchor Hotel
1585 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
T
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. Holden Beckwith
lack Holden Beckwith
EXODONISTS
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Miami, Florida
in
T
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TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MR. and MRS.
Herman M. Kerk
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Wishes to AU Our
Relativee and Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
u?
MR. and MRS.
George Chertkof
and children
STANLEY IVAN
CAROL FAITH
HAPPY NEW Yfju,
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Our Speci.,ty: Frog JJ>
Drinks from <**
The Brand You Order J, -
Brand We Pour, *
Owned and Operated by
LESLIE and VAL RYjm
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL .
JOHN K. POIl II
MIAMI BEACH
EGNER & MULCAHY
Tailors
NOW lAH'illVll ...
LOitnaim; aiu aim:
WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
DORSET HOTEL
1720 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
V
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL SAAL and FAMILY
Sunnv Brook Creamerv, Inf.
Now In Our New Location
Phone 9-1977
2180 N. W. 13th AVENUE
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS WE EXTEND SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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The Bank for the Individual
Telephone 2-0521
46 West Flagler Street
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LOANS
Safe Deposit Boxes
As Low as $3.00 Per Year
DEPOSITS INSURED
by
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AY SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
*JewistfhrUhm
PAGE SIXTY-ONE
DP's Third Rosh Hashona In Germany
lontumed from previous page)
Lid have to close or consoli-
feut if the past year witnessed
fSUaking food and physica
Equities plus new measures of
KSivo nature, the future
,miscd even gloomier develop-
Z The International Refu-
Organization replaced
BRA m providing the bulk of
Src for DP's. But when IRO
,s supposed to assume its duties
July 1 the new organization
s far behind in its plans and
.gram and was forced to main-
J the status quo for a two-
nth interim period. This meant
at the individual DP hardly
jticcd the change, but after the
terim period there probably
ould be lots of changes.
IRO almost never got started
ause of the lukewarm attitude
many of the United Nations.
,w that it is functioning it has
Jy the proverbial shoestring
!h which to operate. Sharp
irsonnel reductions plus reduced
d and effectiveness are almost
levitable. Thus, the Jews will
. in even worse straits despite
ie heroic efforts of such organi-
itions as the Joint Distribution
immittee, the Jewish Agency for
destine, the Central Committee
Liberated Jews and the office
the Advisor on Jewish Af-
urs (now Judge Louis Levin-
jl. formerly Rabbi Philip Bern-
nn) and the office's legal ad-
K>r, M.ij. Abraham Hyman. All
ive been making almost super-
iman efforts to make the plight
the displaced Jews in Europe
isier and will continue to do so,
it the job is a tremendous one.
With local conditions such as
ley are it is therefore not sur-
prising to note that the morale
of the people has sunk to a new
low during the past year. It
would be a mistake, however, to
blame it entirely or even to a
large degree on these grim local
conditions. Nearly every Jew one
speaks to will offer a similar
response:
"Certainly conditions are poor
and threaten to get worse. But
these are side issues and rela-
tively unimportant. The big prob-
lem is world conditions, world
developments."
By the last remark the Jew
means the question of immigra-
tion in general, and Palestine in
particular. Despite the abys-
mally low morale and unques-
tionably strong cynicism pervad-
ing every camp, every Jew has
watched each step made by the
United Nations Special Commit-
tee on Palestine and the progress
of the Stratton immigration bill.
For the Jews here these two de-
velopments virtually dominate
every other issue affecting them.
And it is in these two issues that
the Jewish DP has placed his
flagging hope.
But what if both the UN solu-
tion is unsatisfactory and the
Stratton bill is rejected, what
then? I posed this question to
every Jew I met in many differ-
ent camps. Many dourly ob-
served that everyone would then
choose a tree from which to hang
himself. But a more serious study
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Washing Machines
Stoves
Immediate Delivery
1644 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 9-9001
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"The Best on the Beach"
1679 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
and discussion with the DP's re-
sulted in the following three
main alternatives being suggest-
ed: by far the greatest number
will stay in Germany only so long
as the American troops are here
and only waiting for normal im-
migration channels to open up to
the U.S., Palestine, Canada and
other western countries; a small
number may return to Poland,
while the third group, by far the
smallest, will choose to remain
in Germany.
Analyzing each of the three
alternatives in reverse order we
find that those choosing to re-
main will consist almost wholly
of the older German Jews. Most
observers feel they will not num-
ber more than 10,000. Present
developments in Germany, espe-
cially in Bavaria which is the
largest of the three German
states in the American zone and
holds the largest number of Jews,
rule out any sizeable resettling
of Jews in Germany. According
to a military government poll,
(Continued on next page)
TO ALL ... A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
"From A Snack to A Steak"
.Sailv"s Harmony
Restaurant
The Only Original Sally
Kitchen Under Personal
Supervision of Famous
CHEF BEN FIRESTONE
1516 N. Miami Avenue
THE BEST FOR THE
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. and MRS.
Maurice Weinreb
and FAMILY
829 S. W. 3Ut Avenue
MIAMI
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
in
X
MR. and MRS. JACK ZWICK
Son Herbert
and
Daughter Faye
GREETINGS
FRANK J. LOJACONO
Manager
Groover's
Pharmacy
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Denis P. Quittner
D. D. S.
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
y
WISHES ALL HIS PATIENTS
AND FRIENDS
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Tru-Fruit Bottling Co.
"VIRGINIA DARE BEVERAGES"
135 N. E. 36th Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Willis Novelty Advertising
404 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 9-2260
"Good-Will Builders" Advertising Specialists
Res. Phone 4-9000
m
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. M. PEREZ
CABINET REPAIRS
2117 N. W. Third Avenue
FINE INTERIORS
Phone 2-1195
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOBLE H. PARKER
REAL ESTATE
1623 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
-yon Electric Co.
221 Seventh Street
Miami Beach
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
Sisterhood
i
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR A
HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
14!
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl
and their children
ARTHUR and LEILA
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
filled with the efforts
of all mankind to cre-
ate a better world
tf




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DUNN
and
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MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
FROM
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*Je*i raPAY^JEPTKM^
The DP's Third Rosh Hashona In Germany Jews In Soviet Zone
(Continued from previous page)
nti Semitism is exceedingly
strong even in occupied Germany
and is increasing,
The future ol the Jew in Ger-
many doesn't look promising.
Several German officials nave let
it be known in no uncertain terms
that they were "happy to know
the Jews mean! to leave Germany
in force." Philip Auerbach, com-
missioner for !> ilitical and racial
persecutees, constantly receives
letters advising and warning him
to leave and take all the Jews
with him.
The next alternative that some
may return to Poland is based on
the comparatively favorable re-
ports reaching Germany concern-
ing conditions i ir Jews there. It
is a well-kn n fact that the
Polisii goverm lent is aiding Jews
to get started [ain and is also at-
tempting to wipe out active anti-
Semitism.
Nevertheless, camp leaders and
other observers insist that only a
minor numbei will return even
if both the L" N. and Stratton bill
fail. To supp irt this belief it
must be said that a very small
percentage h turned in recent
months despit I rep rts from
Poland. But. perhaps, should
migration to th U.S and Pi
tine be denied I tern, greau r num-
bers of Jews eturn.
Nearly ev< >ne is agreed,
however, thai atest num-
ber will nan
threads here, waiting and h
to get out of Eun pe to the U S
or Palestine. very least,
to Scandinavi F inci
countries. Even I r will
then attempt to gel
those c iunti I th< r s. and
Palestine. T want to get out
because, es] .. .-, : ,| them.
Europe still Us of
misery and i i too many haunt-
ing mem i
to escape bi they fi ar an-
other war an di :,': wish to b<
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Cocliraii IliM-trir
COMPANY
86 N. W. 36lh Street
Phone 39257
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
Henry S. Greenbaum
DIAMOND SETTER
Seybold Bldg. Miami
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR

T
John jii.imHI.m
Fine Tailoring
1658 MERIDIAN AVE.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
T
Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Gerson
and Gordon
1128 Cordova Street
CORAL GABLES
MR. and MRS.
ISAAC JOFFE
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
caught in Ihe middle. War be-
tween the Fast and West is ever
present in the DP's thinking and
he doesn't wish to take any
chances.
Another alternative has not
been listed because it is highly
improbable, It is the "mass
us" propaganda drummed up
in recent months, especially by
the Revisionists, but actually
having little popular support. It
is similar to the "choose a tn e
from which to hang" philosophy,
dramatic but unrelated to fact.
\Yv. rtheless, there is the p
bility that, as someone has said,
"Desperate people may do des-
perate things." And the :
of the U.N. and Stratton bill may
be breaking points.
The Jew- of Germany demand
ind expect to start life anew un-
der reasonably secure circum
stances. They feel these placi -
exist mainly in Palestine and the
:. S And they are dl '
' either by legal or
llegal means, or by just plain
ned patienee.
(Continued from Page 5-1
.,. category higher than the one
which they would be di-
narily entitled. For in '
they are listed as "worke s.' they
ire given the ral fo1"
vy workers." Tins, mesout
;,, about 200 calories a da)
than they would :;'
Notwithstan I rig th. I I 'he
desire of Jews to leave this part
f Germany is as
elsewhere.
A restitution law has be. n in
effect for almosl two ye
Thuringia, th >ugh n il in
of the zone, which
ir the law beii
I .ill
mes. The law
vhich coir i ul {l1 P :i1
f the Jews m the :
f Pr restil m ils
it is del n not i ding
f ,; Cl ; nlfl
:. I in tu rung hcirless
: ty over '
ihan to Jewish
The Ru
in tile paths of th J who
vi around the z ne in the
I. n. so) the
Jewish community. Dr. Fabian
had no difficulty in going
. nywhere his duties call. The
authorities readily approved the
application of the Jews to par-
i pate in the all-zonal organi-
zal m.
"l isl of the Jews who so de-
,-i'ed have returned to their pre-
K iupations. A majority of
Diem are in business, but very
few are in the professions. For
pie, there is not a single
J ish doctor in the entire zone,
and
I2'19
That testifies to ",? '"*
with which ,h Na k UShj*
nated the profe*o2 >
stantial number of Je, **
ernment employe- j! "*
*- have atUhS t*
- J-* Political ciriTj
leading representative
Julius Meyer, chairman *
Federation of Jewish r *
*"*** Si
lives in Berlin. *
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Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies
%
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555 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHILIP I. MORIBER
Phone 2781?
, pi ummer
. UT.V "
AVENUE
Ml*"1 3&'
A Happy
Hew Year1.
, nA. everywhere, we convey
To our many inends every
traditional greeting oi the season:
the
-L'Shonah Tovah Tikosevu!"
HARRY GORDON
.^C^TOTH.S^ortH^WlSHCOMMUN.TVOr
GREATER MIAMI"


)AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
+Jenisti fhrkRan
PAGE SIXTY-THREE
PICTURE HIGHLIGHTS OF YEAR IN JEWISH CENTER MOVEMENT
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS and YM-YWHAs of U.S. and
ranada through National Jewish Welfare Board and National
Council'of YM-YWHA of Canada, help organize World Federa-
tion of YMHAs and Jewish Community Centers.
MONUMENTAL 135,000 WORD JWB Survey, whose recommendations ushered In new era In Jew-
ish (enter movement, formally presented to JWB president, Frank L. Well, by Dr. Salo Baron, Sur-
vey Commission chairman, and Dr. Oscar Janowsky, Survey director.
MIAMI YMHA LAYS cornerstone for new Jewish Community
Center building in United States In eight years.
__ .
8150,000 JEWISH COMMUNITY Center of Sociedad Hebrea des
Socorros in Call, Colombia, dedicated as Latin-American Jewry's
newest Jewish communal building.
JEWISH CENTER YOUTH creates permanent Jewish Youth Planning Commission as outgrov..
of JWB-sponsored National Jewish Youth Institute.
MY SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
it!
Alfred Gottesman
PONCE DE LEON HOTEL
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS .
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
y
KENM0RE HOTEL
Artistic Beauty Salon
Specializing in
Custom Permanent Waving
HAIR TINTING
515 Lincoln Rd.. Ph. 5-5509
Miami Beach 39. Fla.
1050 Washington Avenue
.5-6621
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Morris Bros. Department Store
1261 Washington Avenue 543 Lincoln Road
Miami Store: 70 E. Flagler Street
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 .
Miami Beach
Zionist District
GREETINGS .
It gives us pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish friends and
customers a most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RENUART LUMBER YARDS
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Coral Gables Miami Shores Little River
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WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY
GOOD FRIENDS
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Sea Hull Fool &
labana flub
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TAMIAMI HOTEL
Open the Year Around
203 West Flagler Street
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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*Jenisi>flcrIdi3nn_
iRTOAj^EPTEMBER
On the Via Sacra... In Imperial Rome
(Continued jrom Page 59)
the seven hundred stalwart cap-
lives were chained and the lead-
ers, Simon Bar Giora and John
of Gischala. were led with halters
about their necks. Some were
marked for the arena, for sacri-
fice, for shivery, for the mines or
for free residence in Rome. We
were crowded together, driven as
one solid mass and placed in the
proposed triumphal march. There
\\;is outward confusion but during
the night order was restored. The
sun rose, warm and pleasing after
a night camping without the city.
Only the limitless strength of
mg youth carried us along. The
victorious army had spent the
night in the Campus Martius and
on the morrow knocked on the
Porta Triumphalus for entry, as
. becoming a victor. All citi-
. i nry watched from the hills.
The priests of Janus were at the
pie to receive the victors.
The route was around Circus
. ximus toward the Via Sacra.
the road-way of triumph. The
column was headed by the Sen-
ators, noble men and trumpeters;
then came spoils of war and the
helpless enemy; then pure-white j
. sen with wide be-ribboned shin-
hornsa sacrifice to God
then the lesser priests.
more booty and then those
9 marked for death or
Our holy relics came next, to
be heaped upon the hill as a gift
f om Titus to the Senate and the
ens of Rome. Our Holy
ill of Laws was transported
: i be di p sited in the Imperial
ce Our leaders, Simon Bar
a and John of Gischala, were
ged by the halter, barefooted.
- -id, preceding Titus
Conquerer in gold-wrought
le, with ivory scepter and
branch, upon a chariot
four horses. Vespasian
I and Domitian on horse
>d Titus. Conquering sol-
lictors, musicians, pi iesta
. id -laves of other wars filled
ray with a picturesque,
orful assemblage: musical
Is and a holiday greeting
itizenry lining the nar-
: >W streets and hills along to the
t Peace and the Im-
Palace; all as a prelude
period of exultant
joy. celebration and further
bloodshed.
At the R >man Temple the en-
tire procession halted.
Our two beloved leaders were
marched past and beyond us.
None dared gaze upon the noble
faces of our gallant generals. Our
heads bowed, we looked upon the
ground. Simon was thrown from
the Tarpeian Rock as a sacrifice
to the Gods. John the Beloved
was marched, and scourged, past
all the vast gathering and taken
to the dungeon. All waited and
suddenly came the word: "There
was an end of him." The crowd
swelled with pride and exulta-
tion. A tumultous joy greete I
the pronouncement of the death
of our John.
The parade resumed its march
But our heads were never raised
We passed the notables with this
as our symbol of sorrow. The
Romans shouted "Raise your
heads," but we made no move
Soldiers and slaves attacked us
with fury but our heads remained
low. Our bare feet slushed along,
the chains clanked against one
another. The shouts of the mer-
cenaries and the commands never
reached us. We were bowed in
sorrow. Our eyes did not see
and our ears did not hear. Our
legs moved mechanically. But
our hearts were set to resist
resist and survive. Our heads
bowed in helpless rage and grief.
As in our homeland, no enemy
daunted us. Its strength did not
intimidate us. Our hearts and
minds were in unison. Our heads
shall stay bowed. I renewed my
oath:
"If I forget thee. O Jerusalem.
let my right hand fail."
Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER
and Family
"The Original Drucker"
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Miami
Furniture Co.
400 North Miami Aye.
PHONE 2-3195
1502 N- E- Ft a**,
TOALL -AMOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. &Mrs. Louis LondJ
and Family
412S.W. 23rd Road
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WEBER, THOMPSON
Accountants and Auditors
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-6393
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Enness Garment Co.
44 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 3-1257
Dr. and Mrs.
CHARLES BECKWITT
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
io
THE
Lnil man Corp.
PHONE 3-5491 -
21 N. W. 21st STREET
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
New Washing Machines
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
WE SELL AND REPAIR
WASHING MACHINES
EASY TERMS
FULLER'S
2514 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 3-6936
TO ALL ... A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Arlyn & Jackie
Tots to Teens
843 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-7841
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
HANCOCK
liefrlgeration Co.
"FRIGIDAIRE DEALER"
Sales and Service
3637 N. W. 17th Ave.
Phone 7-7276
H. C. HANCOCK. Prop.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i 11
T
MrAlpin Hotel
1424 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
City Laundry, Inc.
2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Dixie Electric Co.. Inc.
H. J. NOLAN
103 So. State Highway Phone 48-3146
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHARP
Refrigeration
Service
1702 N. W. 15th St. Rd.
PHONE 9-3627
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
II. A. Vivian
REALTOR
'Over 25 Yeurs In Miami"
806 Pan American Bank Bldg.
T
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Famous Employment Agency
MOE BROWARNIK, Owner
Phone 3-07633-0764
340 N. E. Second Avenue
Miami 32, Florida
THE EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 Collins Avenue Phone 58-i
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ernest A. Fowler Co.
REALTORS
SALES SPECIALISTS
Biscayne Building
Phone 94511
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
>l a ii del I and Coin pa ny
CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS
1611 Alton Road Phone 5-1867 Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
S. Megdall
REAL ESTATE
603 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
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


)AY SEPTEMBER 12, 1$4?
*Jewlsf>flcrIdHati
IE CONFERENCE REPORTS
PAGE SIXTY-FIVE
The
By DR. MAURICE N. EISENDRATH
situation which has consistently confronted the Jewish
them tree. The critical situa-
ln has reached a decisive turn-
point now that their last
ocs hang upon a United Na-
|ns solution of the Palestine is-
e during the past 14 years, outside of its own nightmare
kilties, has been enough to give even the doughtiest semantic-
evil dreams. For what words other than the much used
Meal." "decisive," "tragic" can be said to describe the state
[Jewish affairs.
I The situation was "critical" when Hitler launched his bar-
Lie attack upon the Jews in 1933, when civilized men thought
L had left the dark ages behind them. The situation was
focal when it became known that 6,000,000 Jews had perished
[the European charnel house. The situation was tragic when
displaced Jewish survivors waited in vain in camps on
ioLsom^POrLi American Jewish conference, so
that the totality of organized Jew-
ry in the United States could ex-
ert a common effort upon the
tasks at hand. Now that the con-
ference has formulated its plan
for a permanent body, it is fit-
ting, as the High Holy Days ap-
proach, to examine its accom-
plishments and its proposals for
the future.
. The conference was establish-
ed to secure the economic and
social rehabilitation of European
Jews in the post-war world, to
present Jewish proposals for the
peace to the Allied peace-makers,
to safeguard and fulfill the rights
of the Jewish people with re-
spect to Palestine.
Confining our accounting to the
American Jewish community to
conference activities of the past
year, we report the following:
The presentation of one set of
Jewish proposals to the Paris
Peace conference on August 20,
tVhj the Jews of the world
kebratc Bosh Hashanah, the be-
fciing of the year 5708 in the
j5l calendar, the United Na-
Ins assembly will be meeting
JFlushirg Meadow to give the
bl answer to those of our breth-
who wait for liberation in
displaced persons camps of
fcrmany. Italy and Austria.
ish Ha.-: anah is a time of sum-
; up, of taking stock, of render-
an accounting of ourselves to
j| and io our brethren in Jewry.
[is also a time of making plans
the future.
Upon American Jewry, most
Vtunate of world Jewries, has
ten a heavy burden of respon-
Xilitv during these dark years.
L have borne that responsibility
Til. Much has been accom-
1946, resulted in the inclusion of
Ished. But much still remains provisions in the treaties with
be done. I Romania and Hungary restoring
The better to carry out its mis- individual and group rights and
|n, the American Jewish corn-
unity in 1943 established the
property to Jews in those coun-
tries, and making possible the
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FISHINO POOSCO
LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS
1411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542
i|i
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
I lllll ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
H006 Fifth Street Miami Beach
y
EXTENDING TO OUR
FRIENDS AND TO ALL
JEWRY BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SIDNEY H. PALMER
"A Friend In Need"
y
Palmer Funeral Home and Chapel
"SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY"
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
2008 West Flagler Street Phone 9-2664
24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
use of heirless Jewish property
for the benefit of war survivors.
The Hungarian government has
recently transferred heirless prop-
erty to a Jewish rehabilitation
fund, and has nullified property
transactions involving Jews
which were made after the Nazi
occupation of Hungary.
The Paris consultations had
unified the actions of Jewish or-
ganizations throughout the world
on the peace treaties with the
ex-enemy satellite countries. The
conference initiated similar con-
sultations in New York, in May,
1947( to secure unanimously Jew-
ish recommendations on the set-
tlements with Germany and Aus-
tria. These consultations are still
in progress.
In the meantime, a Jewish Res-
titution commission, which would
act as recipient for and would
also distribute heirless property
was established in June, 1947,
with the conference as one of
its incorporators. All interested
Jewish bodies have been united
in this endeavor, which was first
(Continued on Page 69)
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
c& w
SANDWICH
SHOP
339 N. E. First Avenue
GREETINGS
GENERAL
INSULATING
COMPANY

JOHNS MANVILLE
ROCK WOOL HOME
INSULATION

2119 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 9-4842
*
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
GREETINGS
in
G. J. G.
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^Jt eJladtinq
J/nueilment
in Ljracioui
eJLwlna
til AND HIAt THI Ml*
Maqnavox
MIAMI BEACH
RADIO CO.
1219 Lincoln Rd.
Phone 5-4443
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CLOVER CLUB
Famous Hickory House Cuisine
118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
t 1
Mr. Adolph Chiel and Mr. Hyman Zaidman
Owners of the
DADE KOSHER
M 159 N.W. Fifth StreetPhone 3-1430
WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS AND PATRONS A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
1 '"
i '
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
M A R K S II R O T II E R S
DEMOLITIONEXCAVATING
"Anywhere in the State"
Equipment For Rent
100% Veteran Owned and Operated
Night Phone 4-6347
1601 Washington Avenue Phone 58-1496
,4
iH

A MOST HAPPY NE WYEAR TO ALL
A. PAPIER of the
KING BAKE SHOP
1894 S.W. Eighth Street
*
Js' Miami
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CHEVROLET
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Your I rim ill ii 0 'hevroiet Dealer

r' < I
*
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1055 West Flagler Street at Eleventh Avenue
Our Telephone Number Is
9-6441



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PAGE SIXTY-SIX
JWV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST
*Jeni^fkr/Majn_
the Jewish War Veterana of the
U S. and the National Jewish
,re board that the nation-
w.de program of clainU and eon-
tact services for veterans of th
By MARTIK SILVER
For the first time in its history, the annual encampment of
the Jewish War Veterans of the United States goes west of he
Mississippi river. From Oct. 15 through Oct. 19 more than ten
thousand Jewish veterans, representatives of six hundred thou-
sand veterans of World War II and almost a quarter of ainiion
Jewish veterans of World War I will meet in St. Paul for the bind
annual encampment of an organization that was founded In theJW ^ ,
1896 by sixty-three Civil War veterans. nmm, th JWV
The encampment this year in St. Paul will symbohze the ^^J^^US super-
growing development of the JWV as a truly national organiaa- ^IrvESte^veteransand main-
tion. With over 40 per cent of America's 5,000,000 Jews located vue serv^ ^ ^ regioaa] head-
Jewish faith and their dependents
which had been the responsibUity
0f the National Jewish Welfare
i. would be taken over "with
orderly and gradual transfer by
The JWB-JWV agree-
in New York, and with between
60 and 70 per cent of American
Jewry living in such great sea-
board cities as New York. Boston.
Philadelphia. Baltimore and
Washington, it was inevitable
that a Jewish veterans organiza-
tion should largely develop on the
easl coast. But within the last
few years, a .meat deal of the ex-
pansion of the organization has
taken place in the middle and far
west. Today, its 600 posts, with
ish War Veterans." said National quarters of the Veterans Admini-
Commander Richman in appoint- stration with a staff of full-time
ing him. "Col, Schottland will professional qualified
initiate our program of veterans furnish information,
vice on a professional
service level. Just as the Vet-
erans Administration was stream-
lined and reorganizi i by General
Bradley, so we hope Col. Schott-
land will reorganize oui veterans'
service program and our entire
rganization. He is an adminis-
ative, social service expert, and.
ran
problems of the Army and of the
veterans."
Some few months after Col
Schottland's appointment, came
an official announcement from
a membership of 100.000, are
, ', nt probably of greatest importance, a
located in almost every state of!K ,,
.... veteran who understands the
the I nion. and in every commu-
nity where there is a sizeable
enough group to form a JWV
poSi.
The young men of the JWV
"go west"in the tradition of
yin a year which
h..s seen the JWV make many
tanl sti: les, under the
p : N nal C immand-
er Milton H. Richman of Hart-
C nn. For one thing, a
; ssional leader-
ship for the JWV is being set up
under the directi m of Col. Chas.
I. Schottland, who was named
xecutive dii ector of the
boul -.x months
Schol an out- '
: ng Jewish communal
G neral Eisen-
i ef of a section
rig with the displaced per-
sons. He 'wish War
V ans from ctorship of
the Jewish Child Care Associa-
Xi a Y '. k Pi eviously hi1
had sei ved as ex ttivi director
I. i Ang li s Federation of ,
i Welfai zations, as
state- .;. inistrator for
I and as assistant to the
the Children's Bureau of
the U. S. department of labor.
"As din d of the Jew-
counsel and
assistance on governmental bene-
fits and clain for war veterans
As an editoi ial iter in one
of the Anglo-Jewish newsp
said: "It is good to hear that
the Jewish War Veto alls IS lead.
to assume the responsibilities
which .ne rightfully :ts. the nan
dling of chums ami contact ser-
^ ices for .! terans. Undei
the supervision of Col. Charles 1
Schottland, il can b< safely as-
sumed that the JWV will handle
its new responsibilities in keep-
ing with the highest and finest
(Continued on Page 67)
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Wilstm's Young Moil's Shop
Everything for the Young Man
557 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone 58-1990
TO ALL
REFRIGERATION
. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHILCO
ELECTRIC STOVES AIR CONDITIONING
24-Hour Service
Walker's Elect!'leal Appliances
Phone 78-7551
SALES and SERVICE
3705 N. Miami Avenue
Sincere Wishes For a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
SINCERE WISHES
for
A Most Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
SHEPARD BROAD
AND FAMILY
yj
M I AMI TRANSIT CO 31 A N V
ESTABLISHED 1925
NEW
YEAR
GREETINGS
I I
'i.'
PUBLIC
GAS
C O .
7200 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 7-6638
GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIE BANDEL
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
PHILIP ROMER
O" THE
WNTER.
1429
WASH.
AVI.
Meat Department:
PHIL ROMER
MIAMI
BEACH
Grocery Department:
ISADORE DORFMAN
Vegetable Department:
SAUL MITNICK
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ami Mrs. Nat Zalka ami |ai|l||
41 N. W. 10th Street
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
hoy i.. wnxARn, i.,,..
Plastering Contractors
PHONE 4-2963
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
II. II. .1 A < O || y
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
"Established in Miami Since 1925"
2250 Coral Way phone y-
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
l\TES M It III III) HAIRY
OJUS. FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
I. A \ I. I O It II
Venetian Mind KeconilhioninQ
600 S. W. 3rd Avenue Miami Phone 9-4133
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
>S'Iros Iloaul v Salon mid
llarbcr Shop
"Beauty In All Its Branches"
3400 N. W. 27th Avenue
Miami
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Millar andSoi
1643 S. W. 7th Street
y
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TAHAN OISTRIIII'TIN. l
2820 N. W. 7th Avenue M"1' Fta*
r
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
The Ho"**!
Good Sj*
FREE DELIVERY 4 STORES TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABL^
Ml Alton Ro.d 22" Po" l""
Phon. 6-7665 """" *
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTlTIE
8515 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 7.1115
N. W. 12th Ave.
and 23rd St.


JIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1947
"JenisfifhrtWatr
PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN
'I
fV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST
/Continued from Page 66)
... ,. two organizations will
., with a comprehen-
vice program extending
initial purchase of agri-
property to guidance and
om the
Itura
dl,rn methods
of successful
It was during
,..,. Six-month period of
Schottland's leadership that
., War Veterans was
lied into full membership and
,,! a place >n the executive
;,,. of the National Com-
toity Relations Advisory coun-
' Along with tne American
Mish committee, the American
[wish congress? the Anti-Defa-
ation League of B'nai B nth and
h Labor committee, the
,jsn War Veterans has been
Lorded equal status as the Big
in tin' great and important
Jrt 0f promoting Americanism
|ddemocracy, and fighting anti-
Imitism through better commu-
|tv relations. Through its 600
the JWV will be an even
ater force for the protection
Jewish rights in the United
Btes than ever before in its
Itory.
is with this record of recent
biievement behind it that the
(wish War Veterans prepares for
52nd annual encampment in
.. Paul. As always, the JWV
till symbolize the patriotism of
. \ n Jew and his valiant
cord of heroism in the annals
i n history. The JWV
an organization, and its annual
Invention will once again sym-
blize the proud record of Anieri-
Bn Jewry in World War II, when
ver 60().0t)() Jewish men and
omen served their country in
I i
The JWV, however, is not
ii nization of World
far II v ans; it is composed
ol World War Ias
or example its present national
bmmander, Lt. Col. Richman, a
eti n ol !'th world wars
bid veterans of the Mexican War,
| Spanish-American War and
! numerous other campaigns that
have occupied the American mili-
tary forces during the past half
century. The JWV. in fact, was
organized as a Civil War veterans
organization and today, with the
exception of the fast dwindling \
Grand Army of the Republic, it
is tha oldest veterans organization
in the United States.
A symbol of Jewish patriotism
todaya living, breathing answer
to anti-Semitesthe organization
was founded on March 15, 1896,
for the same reason that it is
now so vital and necessary. Thirty
years after the Civil War, anti-
Semites were heard to cast slur-
ring remarks on Jewish patriot-
ism. They ignored the over 10,-
000 Jews who served on both
sides of the "nation divided";
they forgot the Jews who had
served with George Washington
in the War of the Revolution
Haym Salomon. Isaac Franks,
Major Benjamin Nones; they for-
got two of the outstanding heroes
of the War of 1812, Commodore
John Ordroneaux and Uriah P.
Levy; they forgot a history of
valor that extended back to the
days of Peter Stuyvesant and the
Franco-Indian skirmishes.
And so, the Hebrew Union Vet-
erans was organized in New Ybrk
City at the Lexington Avenue
Opera house. From this humble
beginning63 Civil War veterans
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
163-165 West Flagler Street
Extend Best Wishes to All
Their Relatives and Friends
for a
APPY NEW YEAR
T
Sincere Wishes For
A Happy New Year
ARAH SHOCHET
SISTERHOOD OF
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
EXTEND TO ALL
i:i:ST WISIIKS FOR THE
COMING YEAR
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
Wish All Their Friends^
and Relatives
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
sajh em ji
Wish
All
Their
Friends
A Very Happy
NEW YEAR
was born the Jewish War Vet-
erans of today. Joseph H. Steiner,
one of those who issued the call
for the meeting, was elected com-
mander. Its first act was to hold
memorial services on May 20,
1896, the Sunday before Decora-
tion day, at Temple Emanu-El,
New York. Today, these memori-
al services are still held, on the
same day and in the same place,
Temple Emanu-El, as well as in
countless other synagogues
throughout the country.
The rapid rise of the JWV since
this time has been due largely to
the expansion of its program.
While its basic purppse remains:
to create a living symbol of Jew-
ish patriotism, the vents of the
past 15 years have necessitated a
broader outlook and a more vigor-
ous and continuing program in
veterans and Jewish defense ac-
tivities.
In the early stages of Hitlerism,
when America was the operating
scene of Fritz Kuhn and his Nazi
Bundists, the JWV took the lead-
ership in fighting this as well as
such other subversive groups as
the Silver Shirts, the Christian
Mobilizers and the Christian
Front.
During all this time the or-
ganization continued its intimate
relations with the other veteran
(Continued on Page 70)
A VERY HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
MARIE BALABAN
1334 Washington Avenue
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to members and friends of the
Miami Hebrew School and the
Junior Congregation and to all
Jewry
A Happy and Healthy
New Year
MR. and MRS.
IRVIN GORDON
AND FAMILY
720 S.W. 24th Road
On the occasion of the New
Year take this opportunity
of extending Best Wishes to
their many friends and
relative.-.
RABBI and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
, 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.
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR
To the members of my
congregation and to all
my Friends
Rabbi David Raab
Temple Emanu-El
Fort Lauderdale
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS
AND OFFICERS OF BETH
SHOLOM CENTER, ITS SIS-
TERHOOD AND JEWRY AT
LARGE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter Rena Rahel
and sons, Efrom Zev and
David Joseph
wish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth Jacob
Congregation,
Miami Beach,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
THE MIAMI JEWISH
FOLK CHORUS
Wishes a Peaceful, Happy and
Prosperous New Year to All
Its Members and Friends.
MRS. E. NORRIS, Manager
RABBI and MRS.
COXMAN A. ZWITMAN
and Family
Wish for the members of
Temple Israel and affiliated
groups and to all Jewry
Sincere Withes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Daughter and Son
Wish for all Jewry, and pariic-
; ularly the members and officers
Beth David Congregation
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends
lit
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner
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.
ALBERT MICHAELS
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OF JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
To the Rabbis and their Congregations of the State of
Florida, Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Happi-
ness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory and
Peace.
Sincerely,
aco& U. Kafitati
President, Florida Rabbinical Association
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mr* A. Finiev Kinder
and Son. J. Louis
THE SISTERHOOD
of the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS. PEARL WALSEY, President
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
Mr. and Mr* Geargp Bertman
and Family
*
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
MR. and MRS.
ELI HUBWITI
and FAMILY
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 TRUE PEACE for
all mankind.
GREETINGS!
The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors
of
BETH JACOB CONGBEGATIOX
of
MIAMI BEACH
Extend to their members and families, friends and
fellow worshippers
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"And the Lord Shall Be King Over All the Earth. In That Day Shall
the Lord Be One and His Name One."

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NEW ROOTS FOR NEW AMERICANS
By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL
(Chairman of the Board. United Service {or New Americana)
The cry of "My Son! My Son!" rings in my mind even today
although I heard it months ago on a New York City pier. It
came from the trembling lips of an emaciated Jew, who had just
come off a "mercy ship," as he flung himself into the strong
arms of his ex-GI son, the only other survivor of a large family
all but wiped out by the Nazis.
It is a deeply stirring and highly educational experience to
be present at the arrival of a refugee ship. Each reunion is
living proof of what it means to help our distressed fellow Jews
reach this land of freedom and rebuild their lives here in peace.
Each newcomer's face vou sec re-
veals not only the signs of years
of fear, suffering and want, but
a tense eagerness to take root in
the new world of America.
The year 5707 will always be
one of special remembrance for
the 20.000 Jewish men, women
and children who came to haven
nn our shores during thai time
They arrived in ports on all three
of our coasts from Germany and
Shanghai, from Sweden and
Great Britain, from Italy and
France, and from places in man;
other parts of the world. Among
newcomers were sole surviv-
many families, family rem-
nants of two or three people,
hundreds of orphans, more than
a thousand religious funi ti
es from Eu
and S tai, and others who
had suffei i d Nazi pet secution,
terror of concentration camps
and slave tabor or of flight and
hiding, and finally, the long
months of waiting since the end
f the war in
ps and other refugee ci
In their immigration and ad
iustment the new arrivals have
I the benefit of the nat
am of n fugee assistance
that was started by the Amei
Jewish community when the first
ns to flee Hitli ism
here. For yens the work was
carried on by the National Refu-
gee Service and the National Ser-
vice to Foreign Born of the Na-
ti inal Conned of Jewish Women.
Last year they combined to form
United Service for New Ameri-
cans With funds provided by
the United Jewish Appeal, United
Service now conducts the largest
welfare program ever offered for
the immigration, reception, re-
settlement, and adjustment of the
foreign born in this country.
To meet the need of the new-
comers, the majority of whom
turn to the United Service for
help, the agency has stepped up
its entire program and expanded
its service. Having met the test
and benefitted from the experi-
ence of providing assistance to
refugees on an emergency basis.
the pattern of immigrant aid per-
' i by United Service prom-
ises to he of lasting value to
American communities in speed-
ing the adjustment of newcomers.
One of tlie most heartening de-
icnts during the past year
(Continued on Page 71)
S^LSJ^BER
!i!
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA CARTAGK CO,
TRANSFER and EXPRESS
400 S.W. First Avenue
Phone 3-3217
li>
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Judy and Jim Stoddart
NOW AT THE
SI AH IIAHT
IKAII and GRU I
937 W. Flagler St., Miami
T
>\ HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ADAIR'S
PHARMACY
"Your Prescr ption filled
Promptly"
1204 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 9-3355
!i!
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
II Will III Ml I IS
CONTRACTOR
I Si
1326 S.W. Sixth Street
Miami
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DIAZ CONSTRUCTION fORp.
"We specialize in building one and twoiamily
homes and additions."
Free Estimates _:_ We Get You the Loan
2473 S.W. Twenty-Fifth Terrace Phone 481113
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
IF YOU WANT TO BUYIF YOU WANT TO SELL
Real Estate or BusinessSee
LEE W. POLLARD
Registered Real Estate Broker"Here Since 1925"
6040 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-3579
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RABBI and MRS.
S. M. MACHTEI
and daughter. NAOMI
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
Best Wishes .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND SINCERE AND
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George II. Cabel and Son
Custom Upholstering Phone 7-1136
5570 N.E. Fourth Avenue
X E W Y E A R'S
V II KETI X i. S
m
SUPER MARKETS
A P
SUPER MARKETS
A & P
FOOD STORES
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROHAN'S
Hardware and Paint Company
"Now In Our New Location"
515 41st Street
Miami Beach
Phone 5-2026
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
FRANK O. PiiriTT. Inc.
INSURANCE
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2.4Q36
.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAIUpARI I XEWMAX
and ASSOCIATES
ORIGINAL HOFFMAN'S, INC.
CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
WISHES TO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
ALL ITS PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER HOFFMAN'S


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PAGE SIXTY-NINE
i CONFERENCE REPORTS


(Continued from Page 65)
,j Kv the conference three
r'^o Simultaneously, pres-
r* bcen exerted upon, the
tnc-an and Allied authorities
"Germany and Austria to act
hjniptly on the issuance of resti-
En laws by the local govern-
inn the situation of displaced
Us in Europe, the conference
L been carrying on operations
^New York, in Washington and
Lad to secure maximum care
those Jews who remain in
mps. and has successfully inter-
red to keep the borders to the
nited States zones open to new
and persecutees. Many
the conference's interventions
behalf of the Jews in, Europe
knnot he revealed, but it can be
iatcd that the Washington and
Cw York offices have function-
as clearing houses for inter-
^ganizational Jewish
uro
em.
affairs to the
enerals in the United States
pnc< was in constant communi-
Btinn with the conference while
held that post. His successor,
ludge Louis E. Levinthal,
the conference fully
action, on
ipean problems. Rabbi Philip
istein, former adviser on Jew-
commanding
ecps
also
In-
prmed of the situation in Amer-
pan occupied territory. In addi-
jon. the conference has had its
fwn representative in Germany
bee shortly after V-E Day.
On the Palestine issue, the con-
jrer.ee, in meetings with gov-
ernment officials in Washington,
loth American and foreign, and
public statements, has made
year the opinion of the majority
I America's Jews. During the
United Nations special session on
Palestine, the conference co-op-
krati'd with the Jewish Agency
nd other representative Amer-
can groups, using its influence
secure a hearing for the Jew-
ish case bv the United Nations
general assembly. Subsequently,
the conference complied with the
United Nations Special commit-
tee's request to submit a state-
ment of its views on the Pales-
tine question. The statement de-
clared that the majority of Jews
in the United States favored the
immediate transfer of Europe's
displaced Jews to Palestine and
prompt establishment of the Jew-
ish National Home in that coun-
try.
The conference revealed Brit-
ish use of American lend-lease
supplies against the Jews in Pal-
estine, and called up the United
States to cease making these sup-
plies available for aggressive
British warfare against a peace-
loving people. With the regime
in Palestine reaching new heights,
or more properly new depths
of repression, the conference urg-
ed the American government and
the United Nations to intervene
with a view toward ending the
British administration, and thus
restoring peace to the Holy Land.
The conference has maintained
liaison, with the United Nations
through a secretary for United
Nations affairs. On August 13
the Co-ordinating Board of Jew-
ish Organizations, which had
been informed by the conference,
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews and the South African Jew-
ish Board of Deputies, was grant-
ed consultative status to the U.N.
Economic and Social Council.
Representing the Jewries of the
United States, the United King-
dom and South Africa, where
6,000,000 Jews, or approximately
half of the surviving Jews of the
world reside, the co-ordinating
board will be an official channel
through which Jewish opinion in
the English-pseaking countries
will be made known to the U.N.
One of the most important co-
ordinating actions engaged in by
the conference was the rallying
m
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
IIAltlllX OFFICE SUPPLY
270 GIRALDA CORAL GABLES
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Apgar Employment Agency
SEYBOLD BUILDING
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
llrad-Mar Beauty Shoppe
"Beauty In All Its Branches"
4190 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alfred Destin Company
1772-80 Purdy Avenue Phone 5-0473
ROCK SAND CEMENT
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALBERT HAUER JACOB L. LEVINE
AIRCARGO BROKERAGE CO.
Custom House Brokers and Forwarders
Pacific Bldg. _s Phone 9-2396
of pressure to admit 400,000 dis-
placed Jews into the United
States over a period of four years
through the Stratton bill. All af-
filiated organizations backed this
campaign, which while it did not
result in enabling legislation dur-
ing the 1947 congressional ses-
sion, did bring America's respon-
sibility to displaced persons
sharply before American opinion
and United States political lead-
ers. The campaign for passage
of the Stratton bill may yet bear
fruit When congress reconvenes.
This cursory summary of far-
flung conference activities' gives
but an inkling of the operations
of the representative body of the
American Jewish community.
That American Jewry recognizes
the importance of maintaining
union of action is evidenced by
the resolution of the third ses-
sions of the conference in Cleve-
land in 1946, which urged the es-
tablishment of a permanent or-
ganization. The Committee on
Future Organization, of which I
have the privilege of being chair-
man, has formulated a plan for
the building of a permanent, dem-
ocratic union of American Jewry.
This plan is now under discussion
and will be acted upon by con-
ference delegates at the fourth
session to be held in Chicago,
Nov. 29-Dec. 1.
We have proposed the estab-
lishment of "an organization,
democratic in structure and rep-
resentative of the American Jew-
ish community, to secure and
protect Jewish rights and to pro-
mote the general welfare of the
Jewish people here and abroad;
and to enhance the contribution
of the Jewish community to the
American democracy."
It is this plan which the Jews
of the United States should earn-
estly study while they search
their own hearts at this High
Holy Day season. May our de-
cision be guided by our abiding
faith in K'lal Israel and our de-
sire for the lasting good of the
Jewish people.
A Happy New Year
To All
Mr. and Mrs. H. Spero
1045 Euclid Avenue
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Robert C. Kundzt
OF THE
South Miami Ave.
Parking Lot
37 S. W. Third St., Miami
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Clark Linen and Equipment Co.
Complete Outfitters
HOTELS APARTMENTS RESTAURANTS
INSTITUTIONS
3841 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-5781
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc.
"Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty"
10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COULTON BROS.
SERVICE STATION and GARAGE
840 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2244
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRANKLIN SALES, Inc.
E. F. CHAPLIN, Representing
LEHIGH STRUCTURAL STEEL CO.
DuPont Building Phone 3-2041
i 4
1 4

HAPPY NEW YEAR
National Welding Supplies Co., Inc.
-If Ifs For Welding, We Have It"
HOBART ARC WELDING MACHINES ELECTRIC MOTOR
GAS ENGINE HOLLUP AC WELDERS
Welding Supplies Repairing

2120 No. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-0581
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUY WITH CONFIDENCESERVE WITH PRIDE
MRS. NATT'S IIAKE1IV
PIES CAKES PASTRIES BREAD ROLLS
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
61 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 7-1649

Z)ke Eeauli{ul
Venetian ll)au
MI A M I-----M IAMI BEACH

May Health and Happiness Be Yours
During the Coming New Year
Florida
Wholesale Grocery Co.
82 N.E. TWENTY-SIXTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA


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JWV EXPANSION TAKES IT WEST
(Continued from Page 67)
traditions of Jewish social ser-
vice'
More recently, it was announced
that the JWV had completed the
formulation of a program with the
Jewish Agricultural society to fa-
cilitate farm settlement by Jew-
ish veterans. Under this agree-
Rroups: the American Legion, the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, the
Disabled American Veterans, the
Catholic War Veterans and other
groups. At its convention ban-
quet in New York three years
ago. it brought together heads of
the six largest veterans organiza-
tions, the first time they ever
graced a banquet board together
This intimate relationship with
other veteran groups lias given
leadership i the JWV in its work
of developing better understand-
ing and good will among return-
ing veterans, a leadership that is
attested by the fact that Past
Commander Archie H. Greenberg
served for a year as commander-
in-chief of the Nati >nal Council
of Veterans Organizations, a
group composed of heads of most
of the veterans organizations.
Three 5 1, Edward N.
Scheiberling, then commander of
the American Legion, beautifully
expressi II sp nl of view when
he said: "The Jewish War Vet-
erans and tlir A can Legion
have much in common. Our
: :ples and ideals are basic-
ally similar and we are both
I ged to uphold and defend the
Constitution of the United States.
We will work with you to the end
that the powers and forces of
bigotry and inl e shall not
.1 in the United States of
America."
F ank I. ''' pres lent of the
N :.. I '.',' fan board.
recently summed up the esteem m
which Ann: ican Jewry holds the
.IWV when he said that "if there
were no Jewish veterans organi-
zation today it would have to be
created."
Last year, m July, the Jewish
War Veterans Staged one oi itt
mightiest demonstrations, one on
a par with its anti-Nazi boycott
parade of 1933. S n 1 5.000 mem-
bers of the JWV participated in
a march on Washington" to pro-
test -he delay m admitting 100.000
jews into Palestine in ai
ance with the recommend
of the An C mmis-
sion of Inquiry and I ng ";
p esideni Delegations
visited '
f Stal D n Aches in,
and : ir to
the l tes. A parade was
held on Constitution ave. which
ended with an open-air
tni 1 I ng .it W
! ment. Obsei vi ling D
\: Hillel Silver, f >i mer presi-
dent of the /.; nisi 0
of America, have generally held
that
fective demonstration made in
behall of the opening of P
tine and of fu
tion. At the golden jubilet c m-
u of the ZOA this July.
ibute was p lid to
the JWV :' I part in furthering
the fight I a Je\ 1 stat< in
Palestine.
It is with this ma
ord of tradition and history that
the JWV a II pi in t the future
at its 52nd annual ei can pment.
ntion will
Iress by General 1
N. Bradley, currently the United
ir, the
man v
as U. s Chief
ol Staff 1 n ul" '"'
pokes-
men for the An n Legion,
ins I and
other veti ; "'"
thorities n A sub-
vi rsive activil
habitation and : lds m
, the JWV P
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI OVVI-l\ SIIUlli
2432 NORTHWEST SEVENTH AVFNiir "
A COMPLETE OXYGEN THEHAPy
PAUL CARTER, Owner
Best Wishes
For a Very
HAPPY
NEW YFAR
HYLAN KOI
and Family
MIAMI BEB.CH
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
I III IIMOMI MOM Ml \| l0
3253 Southwest Eighth Street
White Two-Story Building Directly Across
From Woodlawn
Dr. and Mrs.
MAURICE I. ROSE
with HOWARD and DONALD
Wish to Extend to All
Their Friends Best Wishes
For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW
YEAR
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Colonel and Mrs.
Michael M. Isenberg
and Daughter
Extend Best Wishes For
The New Year
To All Their Friends
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
REGIL MOTORS
Tin: .'.':.
IR l OT
We Buy and Sell
Used Cars
1500 N. W. 7th Ave.
PKONE 9-2261
BOB GILMORE DON REED
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDV/IN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE 2-8181
Seybold Bldg. Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Will Will ,i. KLEIN
and FAMILY
if FIGHT
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118 S. E. FIRST STREET air conditioned pH 29348
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Xatiosially Famous
SEAFOOD
Also CHICKEN STEAK CHOPS
Open Every Day From 11:30 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M.
OPEN ALL SUMMER
EDITH and F R 1 T X

3236 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-5830
M/Vrrtnundtioieiaxnervoui
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hai helped thousands. Why not give
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Try Miles NERVINE
hen nervous tension mk rou
Jumpy, cranky, .I,,,,,,..., f
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only as directed Eiler-
vescent tablet*. 35c and
75c Liquid. 25c and
1.00. Miles Labor Uy
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t All
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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II EL I. BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
V
259 Norlhwesi Fourth Street
Miami, Florid*
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tor A Mlappu and
Prosperous AT#ir Year
KOSHER ZI0N SAUSAGE CO., INC.
37th ST. and NORMAL AVE.
CHICAGO. ILL
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and SMOKED MEATS
Your best insurance is Rabbis of the United
that our products are man- States and Canada and
uiactured under the As- the United States Depart-
sembly oi Orthodox ment of Agriculture.
Always Look tor
Uovvrnmvnt inspection *<>.
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN
DISTRIBUTED BY
Florida Provision Co.
Operated by PEARL BROTHERS
1721 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 26141


EW ROOTS FOR MEW AMERICANS
tiu
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ontinued from Page 68)
the progress in adjustment
[tieved by Jewish immigrants
have come here since the end
war and who settled in
and cities and on farms
,6noUt the country with the
I i nited Service. The new
nv N are rapidly making their
U a! >ng the road to independ-
I full participation as new
ericans in the life of their
mmunities. Their progress is
ling helped by local sections of
nal Council of Jewish
tmen, voluntary refugee-aid
mmiilees. and local welfare
emus that cooperate in the
itional program of United Ser-
Tlio tasks "f that agency were
.ently further increased by the
vernment's action in authoriz-
g extension of its corporate af-
avit as the basis for granting
igees in Shanghai who
jied individual sponsors but
ere otherwise eligible for ad-
this country. As the
,, 5701 : v to a close the first
jps of refugees were arriving
om Shanghai on the agency's
[idavit, which was already fa-
he immigration of thou-
nds of displaced persons from
urope. The Shanghai refugee
me .11 the wake of several thou-
nd other Jews who had been
[ded to immigrate from the
hints,' seaport in the past 15
Si nths <>n individual affidavits
iy the United Service and the
bint Distribution committee,
i se work is also supported by
he i'.IA During the New Year
t is confidently expected that
kany of the Jewish refugees who
in still stranded in Shanghai
till be enabled to come to Amer-
ea. For those arriving in San
co, 1'niied Service has a
bmplete program of reception,
(letter, maintenance and reset-
ement si vices, operating in col-
boration with the San Francisco
i : n of the National Council of
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
II l<: STEINS
SOL
MARGERY ANN
THE LONDON SHOP
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
H O II K It T S
H OTEL
28 W. Flagler Street
OPEN ALL YEAR
il
Jewish Women and the
Francisco Committee for
grees.
What American Jewry is do-
ing for the 20,000 Jews who havi
come to the United States in the
past year, and for the 2,000 a
month now arriving, bears direct-
ly on the fate and future of thou-
sands of displaced Jews who still
seek a home and freedom. This
country has always been a haven
lor the oppressed. Today, per-
haps more than at any time in
the past, the rest of the world
is watching what we do. The
doors must be kept open, not only
for the sake of those who may
come here, but to set an example
for Palestine, for all the Americas
and for the free lands through-
out the world where our influ-
ence can have an enormous ef-
fect.
Thus the refugee assistance
program centering around United
Service is important because it
represents the continuation of the
American tradition of asylum, and
offers the hope that our country
will make its humanitarian lead-
ership felt even more strongly
among the nations. The agency's
program is important, too, becausi
it represents their contributions
to the UJA, one of the biggesl
welfare and rehabilitation jobs in
our time.
In the New Year this program
will have even greater demands
placed upon it. American Jewry
can well rededicate itself to the
task of aiding in the reconstruc-
tion of Jewish life throughout
the world in the assurance that,
with its continued support and
^ cooperation, the needs of our
Emi- brt'th,'<'n vvh" :it >ast find haven
i in this country can and will be
met.
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Telephone 3-6321
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210-212 N. W. First Court
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
BEST AND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. J. ULLIAN
Custoinliilt Furniture Mfg. Co.
100 NORTHEAST FORTIETH STREET
H A P P
NEW
Y
YEAR
111
K 8 ,-i i: II s
18 North Miami Ave
Electrical Appliances
PHONE 9-3197
1'
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Hoofing and Shet Mlal Co.
550 N.W. Seventh Street Phone 3-8646
VICTOR R. KOHNELLARD G. KOHN
1 1
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PAN AMERICAN HOMES, lne.
HOME BUILDER AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR
"FREE ESTIMATES"
'
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20 QUESTIONS FOR THE
HIGH HOLY DAYS
TESTING YOUR JEWISH
KNOWLEDGE

At part of iti program of service
to Jewish Community Centers and
YM-YWHA"!, as well as other Jew-
ish community agencies, the National
Jewish Welfare board has published
a 102-page book entitled "THE JEW-
ISH HOLIDAYSA Guide to Their
Origin, Significance and Observ-
ance," by Dr. Mordecai Soltes. From
this book we have extracted this
Rosh Hashona-Yom Kippur quiz.
The Editor.
Q. What do the words "Rosh
Hashona" mean?
A. Beginning of the year (lit-
erally, "head of the year.")
Q. When is Rosh Hashona ob-
served?
A. On the first day of Tishn,
the seventh month in the Hebrew
calendar.
Q. What does "Yam Kippur"
mean?
A. Day of Atonement.
Q. On" what day in the Jewish
calendar does "Yom Kippur fall?
A. On the 10th day of Tishri.
Q. By what special Hebrew
name are the High Holy Days
called0
A. Yom in Nor aim (Solemn
Days or Days of Awe).
Q. By what three names is
Rush Hashona known?
A. Day of Judgment (Yom
Hadin), Day of Remembering
(Yum Hazikaron), and Day of
Bhnving the Shofar (Yom T'ruah).
Q. What is a Shofar?
A. An old surviving wind in-
strument, usually made of the
horn of a ram, which is blown
in the synagogue on the High
Holy Days.
Q. When is the Shofar blown?
A. During the morning serv-
ice of Rosh Hashona and at the
concluding Service of Yom Kip-
pur.
Q. By what Hebrew name is
the person who blows the Shofar
known?
A. A "Baal Tokeah."
Q. Name three occasions in the
life of the Ji wish people on which
the Shofar was sounded in anci-
ent times.
A. To announce the new moon
and festivals; to proclaim the
jubilee or year of release; to is-
sue a call to battle; to communi-
cate tidings ol victory. (Any
three.) ,
Q. What special greeting do
worshippers extend to each other
at the end of the service, on tiie
eve of Rosh Hashona?
A L'Shanah Tobah Tikateb
V'tehatem (May you be inscribed
and sealed for a happy year).
q. What are the Aseret i i <
T'shubah?
A. The 10 days of penitence
which are devoted to earnest self-
examination. They begin with
the New Year (Rosh Hashona),
and end with the Day of Atone-
ment (Yom Kippur).
q. Desci be 1 i i remony
known as "tashlikh." ......
A In the afternoon of the tnst
day of Rush Hashona, if it loes
not fall on a Sal bath, many Jews
assemble along the bai ks ol a
stream or river and recite verses
from the prophets and appropri-
ate penitei tial prayers.
Q. What is the origin
custom of "tashlikh?"
A. It is basi [ on thi sentiment
expressed in the following pass-
age from : phetic book Mi-
cah: "He will again have com-
passion upon us; He will subdue
our iniquities. And Thou wilt
east (Hel rew, V't all then
sins into 1 ths of the sea."
Q. Wl al is tb. "Kol Nidre?"
A. A special prayer which be-
gins the Synagogue Service on
the eve of tl e Day of Atonement.
Q. What kind of oaths are an-
nulled I v t. e recital of Kol Ni-
A Vows made in the heat of
passion which an individual as-
sumed for himself alone, and
which concern his relation to his
conscience or Heavenly Judge.
Q. How is the Biblical admo-
nition "Ye shall afflict your-
selves." on Yom Kippur, inter-
preted traditionally in practice.
A Bv total abstinence from all
kinds of food and gratification ol
other material desires.
Q. For what kind of transgres-
sion does Yom Kippur atone?
A. For its sns involving the in-
dividual's relation to God. but
not for wrongs committed against
another person, unless tiny are
rectified.
Q. What two great Jewish per-
sonalities of ancient times are
said to have beei born on Rosh
Hashona?
A. Isaac and Samuel.
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