The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948
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Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch 1116 Ocean Dr **"*
Miami Beach after a lour week vacation in New York c ty
where they attended the Bar Mitzvah of then grndson Darnel
.Stolper, son of Rabbi and Mrs. D. Bernard Stolper of Brooklyn.
* *
Mrs. Ethel Shochet returned home this week after vacation-
ing for three months in Virginia, Maryland. Pennsylvania and
New Jersey. She visited her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. ana
Mrs. A. F. Binder in Richmond.
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Joe Swartz returned this week from a business trip to
Virginia.
Miss Sheila Berg of New York will leaveJO"""* <*"
visiting her aunt and unrle. Mr. and Mrs. G eorge H^an.346
S W. 18th Terr., and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubin
-stein. 180 N.E. 68th St.
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Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon
April, of Savannah and formerly of Miami, will be in town.JM-
week to spend the High Holy Days with her parents and brother
at 1845 S.W. 9th St.
Miss Elaine Sachs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lsadore Sachs.
2039 S.W. 17th Terr., has returned home this week after a sue
week's vacation in California and Indianapolis Miss Sachs
president of the Miami chapter of Junior Hadassah and a senior
at the University of Miami, attended sessions of Camp Brandeis
at Santa Susana, Calif. She visited her family in Indianapolis
en route home.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merlin, 1815 S. Miami Ave cele-
brated their 24th wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining
iamily at their new home.
*
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel, 1361 S.W. 7th St., have moved to a
new apartment at 1351 S.W. 7th St., and are at home to all
iheir friends.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Seiden of 503 S.W. 17th Ave an-
nounce the birth of a son September 19th. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer
officiated at a bris September 26th.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fiedler entertained about 80 guests
at their home recently in honor of the 16th birthday of their
dauqhter, Bette.
Mrs. Betty Alpert and daughter, Judy, returned recently after
vacationing in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Mrs. Phillip Stone, ac-
companied her daughter and will remain in the north.
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Mr and Mrs. Harold Solomon. 1936 Marseille Dr., Miami
Beach, announce the bris of their son, Stuart Paul, which took
place Sept. 23rd with Rev. Phillip Fried officiating.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld have returned after vacationing
in Hendersonville.
* *
Mrs. Henry Jacobson and daughter, Renee, returned recent-
ly after motorina to California.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Moe Fenster announce that they have moved
into their new home at 1130 8th St., Miami Beach.
**
Mr. and M'S. Charleys Adelman and family are leaving lor
Savannah, Ga. iar the holidays.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Grossman are back from their vaca-
tion in New York.
*
Mr. and Mrs. S. Robtford, 3170 S.W. 5th St., announce the
bris of their son, Stephen, which took place Sunday, Sept. 25,
with Rev. Phillip Fried officiating.
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Mr. and Mis Harry Gelfenstein, 2828 S.W. 18th St., have
leturned to Miami after a three months tour of South America.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen have returned to their home, 816
Surfside Blvd., Miami Beach, after vacationing in Cleveland,
Ohio.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Max Azar and Dr. Leo Mindlen have returned
after vacationing for three months in the north.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubin of Brighton Beach, N. Y. are spend-
ing the holiday? here with their daughter, Mrs. Laura Frank
and family 992 S.W. 9th St.
New Jewish Program Sot
For Saturday on WWPB
"The Jewish Forum," a new
Jewish radio program will be
broadcast Saturday evening from
8 to 8:30 starting this week over
station WWPB. Simon Seiden will
direct the program which will In-
clude music, news and stones.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, ig48'
PATTERSON BROTHERS
GROWERS MARKET
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAROLD'S
INC.
Hairdressers
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR PATRONS
103 LINCOLN HOAD
MIAMI BEACH
C. LAS OLA6 BLVD.
FT. LAUOERDALB
5-0467 5-0468
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Associated Photofrraphers
Mrs. Elmer Spector
Mrs. Elmer Spector is the form-
er Miss Ann Cavalier, whose mar-
riage was an event of Sunday,
Sept. 19. The Spectors are honey-
mooning in the state and will
make their home here.
AJC Invites All to Party
A card party for new members
will be held by the Miami Beach
chapter, women's division of the
American Jewish Congress at the
Hyde Park hotel, Collins Ave.
and 41st St., Miami Beach, Thurs-
day, Oct. 7, at 1:30 p.m. Member-
ship chairman and co-chairman
are Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and
Mrs. George Berk. Mrs. Leonard
Glick, president, invites all to at-
tend free of charge.
Play Club Organized
A play club for grammar school
children has been organized by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Ellis at
1224 S.W. 13th Ave. The club
offers planned activities for the
children for after-school hours
and Saturdays, and the Ellis' pick
up and return members to their
homes.
Activities include swimming,
fishing, rowing, hikes, active out-
door games, tours to dairies, radio
stations, zoos, etc. Instruction in
swimming will be directed by a
Red Cross safety instructor.
Beach BB Women Meet
A regular board meeting of the |
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith women will be held Thurs-
day, Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs.
Irving Frankel, 245 18th St.
Tischler, Pearl Brothers
Announce Opening Of
Southern Food Dist.
Harry and Herman Pearl, well
known to the food industry of this
area as the Pearl Brothers, have
announced their association with
Mort Tischler, formerly of New
York, in the opening of their new
concern "Southern Food Distrib-
utors, Inc."
The new firm will operate from
their same location for the past
8 years at 1725 N.W. 7th Ave.,
and will represent some of the
leading national brands. An
nouncement is to be made short-
ly of their selection as distributor
for one of the outstanding kosher
meat product companies._______
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HARTLEY and PARKER, Inc.
Importers Distributors
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
Telephone 83-2511
2698 S. W. 28th Lane
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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HOSPITAL
3151 Coconut Grove Drive
PHONE 4-2525
HAROLD'S. INC.
Hairdressers
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MIAMI BKAQH
PHONES B-D4S7, l-04tl
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FT. LAUDERDALE
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN
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fiosh Hashona Services Usher in 5709 Sunday
house* of worship in the greater Miami area will con-1
the Rosh Hahona Hiqh Holy day services this weekend
JSnnina Sunday evening.
Observing in the traditional Orthodox manner. Congrega-
iLh Tacob 3C1-311 Washington Ave., will beg n rites at
lion t^1" c
6 p.m. Sunday evening services .. .. n >t 6 pm and at 9 am
..,, bo c nducted in both tr.e h tl n'^rnings.
*' .-ue -:r.d the Community The Hish Holy day? .
Sfldtag. 1 jr Bd M0 Mes-
cheloH as >" Cantor **"**
Feder and Rev. M. Katz. in
the jynag gue, and Cantor Ha-
t,;.,;V. :--: and Rev. S. Gutt-
nan, in the community building
Wrman HP's Fly
To Palestine
ushered in at the Beth David
ue. 135 N W. 3rd Ave.
evening at 6 p.m. with
; i Max Shapiro and Car- r
mice Mamches officiating.
rgl Goldberg will conduct the
. part of the services Mon-
dav and Tuesdav. The certral
On Mon : ''"- Rabbl w ,}..fp theme for discussion will be "The
on "Nations or the World and Chaiienge 0f peaCe Has Not Yet
nr Tuesdav n 'A New Nation. Bcen Mer- Separate s-.udent
Rabbi Simon April will conduct scrvices wiU ^ held m tre
irVices at the Miami Hebrew torium tK)th morninas at 10 30
i-hool ar.d Congregation begin-
nflat 545 D.m. Sunday. A choir
SeupS -ers of both the
'senior an: junior congregations
5 chant 1 prayers The Rabbi
Jill speak n 'World Creation
ard Destru '- "" Monday and on
..Li'e ar.d Happiness" Tuesday.
Morning services will begin at 8
air, ,,.; Mincha at o:30 p.m.
both day?.
.T-,. nng of the \ear.
Not the N- Year" has been se-
lected b\ Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky for his address on Mon-
30
with Edgar Lewis. Jerry C
Harvey Kasow officiating.
The new synagogue building
Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center will be officially
opened for the holiday serv
beginning at 6:15 Sur. venine
The Center is located at 11 I
Washington Ave.. and Ra'cbi Irv-
ing Leh-m.in and Cantor Ja
Y G ildring will official I
day morning the Ra'cbi will preacy
on "The Dawn of a New Day"'
and Tuesday on -Make Ye a Path
will beg:- at 5:45 p.m. and m the
morning? at 7:30 a.m.
Rosh Hashona services at the
Miami Orthodox Congre-
gation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.. will
begin at 6 : m Sunday evening
with Ra bi Murray Grauer and
Cantor Mill n Friedman officiat-
ing, .; vices will begin
at 8 Rabbi will preach
on "Israel ; American Israel"
Mondi n 'Man and His
Needs" Tuesday. Mincha begins
at 5:45 p.m. Scrvices will be con-
ducted in the new Community
Center ling by Cantor J.
Seigelar.d L u:s Jacobskind, Chil-
dren's si 5 to be held Mon-
day and T at 10 a.m. will
MUNICT. JTA Party-five
:?'s consisting : family
groups this week left here r. a
ha-crch plane an the Brst di-
rect flight .'. unmigranti from
Germany tc Israel Ar. additi rial
550 displaced Jews left by train
: r Marseilles where they will
irk for the sei ;e to
Haifa.
The plane will make a stopover
at Athens before continuing :
. The flight is financed by
the Joint Distribution Committee.
! are being discussed to -".-
-e a regular tend-weekly
stale lot
immigrants.
Four :r ..-.--. DP? are ex-
It Germany for tre
the month 1
- a Is Ar. estimate I
one-: Jrt* : me Jewish D?
rip-lit. a >f Germany will have
t by 1 : ft! I A
tremend us pressure :s being ex-
by DP*s ~r. the Israeli wn-
sulates. with large numbers of
persons clamoring : r visas.
The JD.C is providing trans-
portation ind od imtil the im-
migrants reach [srael md -; sup-
plying them with sufficient loth-
ig A total of 48.000 D?': h is
Workmen Circle Building Henrietta Jacobs
To Accomodate Over 650 Announces Troth
The WerkiMB's Circle Branch
692. Miami Beach, announces the
ostru t.r. :f its new Center.
will accommodate afa -'
Mr and Mrs Morris Jacobs &
1243 S.W. 6th St Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
-:.i-.i-ht-;r. Henrietta, to Brns Is-
..... ku "^"" 1 cauer.ter. rtenrieiia, hi ou.j "-
The old Lyceum, r?.efBell of Houston, Texas Mr.
Null ax rears ago, :r.ly s^ate.: Belj ;s tre 50T, -f Mr and Mrs.
.:" people
. e re-*- itructure, located al
*.V B. Bell of Houston
>.'.:s5 Jacobs is a graduate of
.: Washington Ave. will have Miami Senior High s;h::l and
tagt f:r ::n -rts res \,tr e\\ atten'

ind kitcnen I: will at-
::~:v :r.s An; v-
. r. interested in securing
tir.g iates
-: ::4o i:th St.. Mian.
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the 1 Diversity
Houston. He served three
1 with the U 5 Air forces
The wadding will take place on
December :2
tor of the junior congreia
will chant the services. On the
first day of Rosh Hashona. Jay
Linn will speak on "Origin and
Meaning of Hosh Hashona" and
on the second day Herbert Kap-
lan will preach on "Judge, King
ar.d Lawgiver."
Reform services will be con-
ducted at Temple Israel. 137 N'.E.
19th St.. beginning at 8:15 Sun-
day evening with Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman and Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan officiating. Morning serv-
ices for the New Year will be
held Monday morning at 10 a.m.
in both the Tempie auditorium
and In Kaplan Hall.
Rabbi David Raab will conduct
hecked by J.DC
lical teams in preparation for
T.:zrat::n
The Jewish Centra'. Committee
nh the Muni -. Dffice >1 '
.e-A-ish Agency nave tSSUt i <^-~
ments conderrjtmg the assasiri -
tion of Count Folke Berrai:-.--;
;nd his aide, Col. Andre Serot
When the news it the murders
was received here the D?'~ iis-
played deep :n ii;n t:: n Several
memorial ser\-ices for the U.N.
fic.als have been planned.
Not h we earn but what we
_ ~~T~ ... i save is the measure of our fi-
Argentine necogniuon 01 .. v jecurity Save the sfanpl-
Israel Awaits UN Action est way. through the Payroll Sav-
- -. -ere you wcr< or tne
BUENOS AIRES. JTA The Bond-a-Month Plan where you
ent Buenos A:rc; L- -..^
i ; week that -------------- ~
high Argentine als
that my act ud be 1
by t.-.e Perm government n
pution it Israel until after
the Unite-d Nit::ns ran acted >n
the problem raised by the as-
:..;t. n : Count Bemad tti
'Argentina ires not intend tc
iivorce itself from any ae::s::n
the United Kati ns may react
or. the problem, the newspaper
led. '
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TRI BETA COUNCIL
oi Miami Y.M. & WJU.
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
I1JLE1JS I. FRIEDMAN
311 Lincoln Road
beundei I ipervision of Ber-l services at Temple Isaiah. 49_o
nardK |C0UU1S Ave.. Miami Beacr.. on
The S : lie Brotherhood of Sunday evening at 81o pan. ana
Greater M will conduct serv-j on Monday at 10 a.m. He> v. .k
.ces a: uni VMHA. 450 preach on "A New \ear Is Born
8.W. 16th Ave., under Rabbi1 for the evening sermon, and
Samuel Hanen, who will also! "Message of the Shofar on Mon-
sene I r. Services begin 'day. Miss Cormne Goocman local
at 5 1 : 7:30 a.m. Rabbi! soprano, will HOI.lt *hJe^{Ce'
Haner. .-.tlv from Paris. accompanied by Miss Bett> Halem
With vent of the High of Miami at the organ. Rabb.
Holv days, Temple Beth Sholom. Raab has been invited byJM
4144 C Ave., Miami Beach, chaplain of the Pratt General
enters int 1 its seventh vear of hospital to conduct Rosh Ha*ho -
existence. Rabbi Leon Kronish Services for the men convalescn
will speak n -1848-5608. 1948- at the hospital Tuesday morning
5709. The Most Significant Cen- at 10 a.m. He will be assistedi b>
tury in 2000 Years." Sundav eve- Harold Shapiro, president of Tem-
ple Isaiah and former naval 01-
ficer. The Rabbi served as army
ning at 8:15 p.m. His sermon for
Monday at 10:00 a.m. is "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. HydeA Study
in the World's Paranoia'' ar.d
serrr.on topic for Tuesday morn-
ing is "The Birth of a Nation
That Rocki the World." Cantoi
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the services.
Special services for those who
I've in the Northwest are being
conducted by ReC. Phillip Fried
formerly of Atlanta at 4064 N.W
4th St. Serving as both Cantor
and Rabbi, ..e will be assisted by
I Pollack Rev. Fried will preach
on "The Need for a Spiritual Air,"
Monday, and "Israel Today."
Tuesday. Sunday nignt serv
chaplain.
The Coral Gables Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold holiday
services at the Coral Gables Worn-
n's Club, 1009 Ponce de Leon
Tlvd. with Cantor Joseph w.
Malek officiating. Services will
begin at 7:15 p.m. Sunday and
,t 8 a.m. both mornings.
Rabbi Max Kaufman and Can-
or Julius Rosenstein will conduct
holiday services at the Jewish
Community Center in Hollywood.
The junior congregation will
.onduct a special service duiin
Hosh Hashona with a children s
hoir singing the prayers._____
Tescher New Head
Of Youth Council
Edward Tescher of 2354 N.W
1st St.. has been elected presi-
dent of the B"r.ai B'rith You'n
CuunciL
Elected to serve with Tescher
.re vice president Stephen Koi-
by: recording secretary. Ma-ca
Cohen; corresponding secretary.
Edward Zwig: treasurer. D^\id
H sspiegel: sergeant at arms.
M ".all Harris.
Tne Youth Council repre- :
ing 13 AZA and BBG fct ips
the c-eater Miami area was
gjanized tr coordinate youth ac-
tivities with those of tre adult
organizations. The Council holds
monthlv meetings to plan com-
nunity service projects as wel.
as educational, cultural, relig a
and athlet'c programs.
A HAPPY HEW YEAR TO ALL
S. Megdall
REAL ESTATE
603 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
? Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning
? Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers.
I Use That Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash
? WE SELL SOAP. BLEACH and 5T.4RCH
2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082
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SINCERE NEW YEARS GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE OF THE
GREATER MIAMI AREA
HEBREW NATIONAL
KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
U37 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
Will soon be open to serve the public with the finest of
Kosher foods
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY
PHONE 82-4204
On the Payroll Savings Plan
vour spare dollars roll regularly
into U. S. Savings Bonds. In ten
ears they roll back, four for
three.
GREETINGS
WALDEN
AND
WALLER
SEPTIC TANKS
Installed and Repaired
DRAIN FIELDS RELATD
Free Estimates
3400 N. W. 38th Ave.
PHONE 88-2150
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR

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EDITORIAL
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In a few days, the Jewish Year 5708the
moat fateful in 2,000 yearswill draw to a close.
The historian of the future will note that in the
year 5708, the Jewish people of the world ended
their twenty centuries of exile, of wandering as
s'-rangers, as the persecuted and the hunted,
among the nations of the world. Only in America
and in a few other enlightened conntries did Jews
possess civil, political and economic equality. In
most other countries they lived under the iron
fist of concentration camp guards, the iron curtain
of dictatorship-- and in the imprisoned ghettoes of
Moslem-ruled lands. But in one tiny spot of the
earth's surface a new star rose to shine among
tho nations. The six-pointed Mogen David was
unfurled as the symbol of Israelthe old-new
nation. A tiny nation was given birth in the year
5708 and in its birth pangs, thousands of Jewish
men and womenthe flower of our civilization
gave their lives on the battlefronts of Palestine.
In the villages of Northern Galilee, the heroic
men and women, boys and girls of Israel build
their homeland within fixing range of Arab border
installations. Jewish youths in the isola'-ed settle-
ments of the Necev are building "cities in the
desert" to accomodate their share of the tens of
thousands refugees who are arriving in Israel.
Everywhere in the new Jewish State, the people
of Israel are devoting their full effort to the crea-
tion of a haven for their brethren who have suf-
fered more than a decade of persecution and
horror.
Jewish courcge and determination have not
faltered in the Displaced Persons camps of
Europe. Jewish refugees are prepared *o face all
hardships and difficulties in order to find per-
manent homes in Isrcel, or in America, or in other
countries. Nor have hundreds of thousands of
Jews in Europe lost faith in their ability to return
to their former status as useful and productive
citizens of their native lands.
Even now, as we enter the new year 5709,
uneasy truce hangs ever the Land. What will the
THE SPOT THAT MUST BE REMOVED
year 5709 bring to the Jewish people in Israel, to
the Jews in displaced persons' camps and in
o'her European communities, to the Jews of Arabia
and Asia, Central and South America, of Canada
and Mexico, and finally to our Jewish fellow-
ci:izens in this great democracy of ours?
The answer is clothed in mystery but bright
rays of hope, like the sunshine that follows the
storm, fill us with confidence that the year 5709
will witness the end of the DP camps, the strength-
ening of Israel, the lessening of discrimination
cad pressures against Jews everywhere and the
continued growth and development of American
Jewish institutions.
The coming year brings a unique opnorW..
to us who have in large part been spared
sulfering of our brethren. It is our sacredmiL
in this first year of Jewish independence to a
that true independencephysical and spirituS
shall indeed be the lot of all Jews, wherevTS,
mcy live. We must feed the hungry, clothe tK"J
naked, and heal the sick. We must seize
chance to bring new strength to the weary K
to the despondent, courage to the sick at h
We cannot fail to grve the support necessarv
fulfill the promise that 5709 holds out to th
who have long known naught but sorrow
despair.
These things will not come of their own
cord. To their accomplishment will be neede
intelligent effort, consistent alertness, unselfi!
devotion, work and sacrifice, and continued ben*,
factions on the part of American Jews who havj
the means in behalf of fellow-Jews who mul
continue as recipients of our mercy and charitvl
It is no trifling contribution that we in AmerJ
ica can make in this New Year to the destiny i
our people. We can bring reality to the drei
that has sustained the Jewish people throu
the years of persecution and homelessness. w]
can bring fulfillment to the hope that has givei
Jewish heroes the courage to endure oppressia
and martyrdom throughout the ages.
Locally, our Jewish community will be call
upon in 5709 as it was called upon in 5708
contribute to its material wealth and to work
behalf of all causes that spell the total wella
of the Jewish people. We know that the resporc
to the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greats
Miami Jewish Federation in this coming year i
measure up to our past efforts.
May God give us strength to carry on a
endeavor, may He turn all men's hearts to good-l
ness in place of evil and may 5709 bring to all oil
us and to our fellow-Jews everywhere a surceasel
of suffering and a full measure of well-being!
and contentment.
Bevin Pledges British OK
Of Bernadotte Proposals
LONDAN, JTA Britis l sup-
port .is a v. hoi
the House of Con
by Foreign Minisl
He declared that t Brn
c'elegation to the Unit
will be instruct*..: :
1 olicy. This does not im-
mediate recognition f Israel
said.
Alter pay. I .... Bi -
ciotte's humanita ian sen t .
British Foreign Minisl I
House of Comm ns that :
sassins intended to prevent .. suc-
cessful conclusion of Bernad
mediation mission. "The best way
to commemorate his death is :
complete his work on the
cf the proposals which he put
forward just before his d<
sai : .
"We do not | t at it
will welcome the proposals'
in t to." Bev:n continued, lit
::. : wait forever for
ties 1 X. .'. is the time
a fini I luti n to be found
I United Nati ns. His Ma-
st .. vernmi nl lj
- and be'.ieves
that nclusi as must be con-
-ingle integrated
I Unit : X..:. : .-
tim< in thi wing the
ght .:' its authority be-
the propose. -
f*Jknist Fkinldiaiin
P.iblls'-'d every Friday *ince 1*7/
..> T.e Jewish Flondian at 120 N c.
S> xin Street*. Miami 18, Florida. En-
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F (., under the Act of March i. 1879.
The Jewish Flondian has absorbed
Hie Jewish Unity and the Jewish
Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature
Sy/.dicate. Worldwide News Service,
National Editorial Association. Ameri.
can Association of English-Jewish
Newsoaoers. Florida Press Association.
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"- ux, pageants ar.d
music and a cost of several hun-
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:r.:t:ated at the old Mad
Square Garden ir. 1378 bv the
YMHA.
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-11412-8212
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Volume 21 Number 39
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948
ELUL 27. 5708
Fighters For Freedom
Announces Dissolution
NEW YORK. (JTA) The
American Friends of the Fighters
for the Freedom of Israel, a pro-
Sternist group, this week issued
a statement announcing its dis-
solution. The statement bitterly
attacked the Israeli government
for outlawing the Sternists.
"This is the last statement to
be issued by the American
i Friends of the Fighters for the
Freedom of Israel before its dis-
solution," the organization an-
nounced. It charged the late UN.
mediator Count Folke Bernadotte
was the "faithful and reliable
servant" of the British Foreign!
Office and the U.S. State Depart-|
ment in "their sinister scheme I
bring abbut the destruction of the|
state of Israel."
Bernadotte's death afforded the]
Israeli Government "a long await-|
ed opportunity to put into effet
the preconceived plan to liquidate!
all political opposition," the state |
ment said. "The "dissident' or-
ganizations are not its only vic-j
tims. The process shows clearly!
its deter mination to terrorize all!
political opponents," the state-|
ment asserted.
ON THE OCCASION OF
KOMI II \SHO\ \
AND THE WELCOMING OF
5709
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
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IN OUR NEW HOME
120 Northeast Sixth Street
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E. M. ROSENBERGER
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MARY SCHREBNICK
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WM. O. HOGARTH
MRS. RUTH GELBERT
LOUIS STEIGER
C T. McKENZIE
W. S. McPHEE
CHARLES O. HOSTETTER
HARRY
MINNIE McWHORTER
AL CONRAD
JOSEPH SCHREBNICK
NAOMI MACHTEI
MEL CAMPBELL
TOBY JACOBSKIND
HELEN ALPERT
HARRY STEVENS
FRANCIS HUGHES
ROBERT SHERWOOD
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PAGE FIVE
tl
.High Holiday
Mlio Programs
\-pries of prc-Holy Day pro-
fnn Greater Miami radio
fTL explaining the meaning
T5V3* New Year -Rosh
t ?no and the Day of Atone-
fe Y m Kippur will be pre-
Ed by members of the Rab-
K Association of Greater Mi-
lr.:
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
Sman of .he Associations
Mio Committee has announced
L following schedule, of pro-
trains-
WQAM-Rabbi David Raab
Inlc Isaiah. Miami Beach (pre-
SHashono), Saturday evening.
Sbcr 2 at 10:15 to 10:301 p.m.
|a b Max Shapiro, Beth David
[Ration, Miami (pre-Yom
Erf. Monday evening Octo-
Lr 11 at 10 to 10:15 p.m.
FwiOD-Rabbi Simon April, Mi-
Hebrew School and Con-
cation. Miami (pre Rosh
lasrono). Sunday morning, Octo-
LrJat 12:15 to 12:30 noon. Dr.
Lb H. Kaplan. Temple Israel
Miami, (P>e Yom Kio-
to) Sunday morning, October 10
12:15 to 12 30 noon.
fwGBSRabbi Marius Ranson,
Lmple Israel. Ft. Lauderdalr
L-Rosh Hashono). Saturday
bring. October 2 at 7:00 to 7:15
m Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, Mi-
nj Beach Jewish Community
Enter. Miami Beach (pre-Yom
Eppur). Mondav evening, Octo-
L 11, 6:15 to 6:30 p.m.
|wKATRabbi Moses Meschel-
Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi-
BEST WISHES
F O R A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
STANLEY C.
IWASMAN, D.V.M.
1929 Purdy Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
imi Beach (pre-Rosh Hashono),
Saturday evening, October 2 at
7:30 to 7:45 p.m. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach (pre-Yom Kippur),
Sunday evening, October 10 at
3:00 to 8:15 p.m.
The pre-Rosh Hashono ad-
lresses will deal with the theme
of "The New Year5709."
The pre-Yom Kippur addresses
vill deal with the theme "The
significances of the Day of Atone-
ment."
Rabbi Max Kaufman of the
ewish Community Center in
Hollywood, Fla., will speak over
itation WINZ prior to the New
fear and Day of Atonement.
Hebrew Acadomy
Ailds Two ttrados
The Hebrew Academy has adel-
d two new grades to its school
irogram for the school year of
'.948-49. Last year when the He-
rcw Academy opened it had the
first four years of elementary
school, in addition to its unique
kindergartenprogram groups.
This year, because of the de-
mand from many of the parents
in the Greater Miami community,
the Hebrew Academy has initi-
ated classes for students of the
5th and 6th years of elementary
school.
Over 125 students are already
enrolled in the academy which is
the only modern co-educational
all-day school in the entire south-
eastern region of the United
States, which offers a compre-
hensive educational program pre-
senting a progressive American
and secular education in syn-
thesis with an intensive Hebrew
training.
In addition to the regular cur-
ricular studies, the Hebrew Aca-
demy offers courses in music,
music appreciation, arts and crafts
and dramatics and public expres-
sion.
The academy provides bus
transportation from Miami Beach,
Surfside, Northwest and South-
west Miami to the school. There
are large airy classrooms, 400
seat auditorium, outdoor play-
ground, library, clinic, dining
room and kitchenall newly and
fully equipped. Hot luncheons and
afternoon refreshments are served
daily.
Hebrew Calendar
5709 1948
rtosh Hashonah, 1st day... int. 4
Rosh Hashonah, 2nd day..... I let ">
Kast of Qedallah Oct. 6
Nhabl.ath Shuvah .. Oct. !t
Yom Kippur >, t. 13
Succoth, 1st day Oot 1R
Buccoth, 2nd day < it.t. 1;.
Ifashanah Rabl.a Oot 21
Shamlnl Atsereth Oct 2.',
Slmchath Torah ...Oct. 2fi
'Rosh Cbodesh, Cheshvan Nov. 3
Rosh Chodesh, Kislev____ I >,.,-. ?.
Chanukah, 1st day .......... i>ec. 27
Cliunukah. 2nd day Dec. 28
Also observed previous day.
BEST WISHES TO ALL
Max's IIHi-ai>ssn & Restaurant
1131 West Flagler Street
2-9392
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
"Jerry's Finest In Foods"
JERRY SHERZER. Proprietor
241 W. Flagler Street. Miami
Phone 82-3991
A Happy
New Year
*
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Miami Beach
Brooklyn, N. Y.
If You Desire
JEWISH
Cuisine
Try These
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SANDWICHES
SMOKED SALMON
CHOPPED LIVER
TOMATO HERRING
SOUR CREAM
SPECIALS
SOUR CREAM WITH
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SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
The President and the Board oi Directors of
The Jewish Home For the Aged
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
Services for the High Holy Days will be held
at the Home's Synagogue
Reverend Israel Faber will officiate at the Services
Mezzanine Floor
THE OLD WORDS
HAVE NEW MEANING
3?' PA&no &iw&
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948
U.N. Israeli Delegation Concerned
With Tension Over Fight For Berlin
PARIS Sept. 27. (JTA)-Members of the Israeli delegation at
the United Na'Ls today made no secret of the fact thatthe,'are
areatly concerned over the growing tension between the eastern
and western blocs in connection with the impending fight over
Berlin tn the Security Council. They pointed out that Israels
cause was advanced previously **_- .u
at the United Nations only when
the American and Soviet positions
coinc'ded.
Under mounting pressure from
both blocs at the U.N., the Israeli
delegation is eagerly awaiting the
arrival from Tel Aviv of Foreign
Minister Moshe Shertok who is
expected here either Wednesday
or Thursday. Meanwhile the dele-
gation is holding informal dis-
cussions with envoys of the major
western powers.
The United State., and Britain
are continuing to press for the
rru'tdiest possible implementation
of Bernadotte's recommendations.
Representatives of the two coun-
tries are making it plain to Is-
rael that the extension of ull
recognition and favorable action
on the application of the Jewish
state for membership in the
United Nations, as well as the
granting of financial assistance,
depend on Israel's surrender of
the Negev.
It was learned today that Faris
el Khoury. Syrian delegate to the
U.N., has approached the Rus-
sians to feel out what chances
exist for a reapproachment be-
tween the Arabs and the Soviets.
Although the Russians are re-
ported to welcome the Arabs' op-
position to Bernadotte's report,
Yaacov Malik, Russian envoy to,
the U.N., told the Syrian delegate!
that Soviet policy on Palestine
is still based on the premise that
the Nov. 29 General Assembly
Palestine partition resolution
must be implemented.
British Foreign Secretary
Ernest Bevin on Monday called
or. the U.N. General Assembly to
give urgent attention to
recommendations on settling the
Palestine problem offered by the
late mediator, Count Folke Bern-
adotte. In an address at the As-
sembly session he also reiterated
his government's support of the
plan in its entirety, and referred
to US. and French backing for
the scheme.
If we fail to make a decision
in the next few weeks, hostilities
might break out again with in-
calculable consequences." Bevin
declared. "We believe that the
plan is one in which the two
parties should be able to ac-
quiesce without sacrificing any
of their vital interests," he stated,
adding that "we believe that it
offers the best hope of healing
the breach between these twc
Semitic peoples."
The successful establishment of
the truce was due in large part
to the devotion and courage of
the late Count Bernadotte, the
British Foreign Secretary de-
clared. He also stated that "no-
body was in a better position'
than Bernadotte to estimate the
kind of settlement which would
give the "best prospects of stable
and peaceful conditions in Pales-
tine." He said that it was for-
tunate that Bernadotte completed
Please ffote:
Due to Rosh Hashona. to insure
insertion of all material in-
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Copy must be in our office not
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insidious aggression carried on
for a third of a century which is
contrary to all principles of the
U.N. Charter."
Abbots Announce Birth
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abbott an-
nounce the recent birth of a
daughter. Mrs. Abbott is the
i Former Mary Joyce Walsh daugh-
jter of Mr. and Mrs Theodore
Walsh and a past holder of the
Miss Miami title.
his report before he was assassin-
ated.
Mohammad Zafrullan Khan,
Pakistani delegate to the United
Nations, served notice in the Gen-
eral Assembly that Pakistanis
opposed to the late U.N. media-
tor's recommendations for resolv-
ing the Palestine dispute on the
grounds that it would stamp with
;soui airt iBAoaddB & lB?3W
Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Ltobermnn
1444 S. W. 5th Street
MIAMI. FLA.
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
SAM GOLD
ii!
Wish
All
Their
Friends
A Very Happy
NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MIAMI
WHOLESALE CORP.
80 N. W. 3rd St.
3-3449
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MOE FEINGOLD
Momar Construction Company
2323 S.W. 21st Avenue Phone 48-3847
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Sanes Goldman
1446 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for the New
Year to Their Friends
and Relatives
MANDELL AND COMPANY
EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS
1611 Alton Road Mkxrm Beach
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE! IS HEREBY GrVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlni? to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
North Cleaners at 1630 N.W. 7th Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, Intends to regi*.
i.r said nnme with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Lade County. Florida,
[ii"- : 1 Enterprises, Inc.
;i Florida Corporation
By Edward Harellk, President
corporate SEAL
Attest
Florence K. Hc-lfand, Secretary
HARRY DIKTZ, Attorney
in/i-S-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTK'K IS HKRFBY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
82nd Street Bakery at 14S6 N. W.
B2nd Street, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade COTntjr, Florida.
FRKI> KAUFMANN
WASMAN, SILVER & BAKOWm
Attorneys for Applicant.
in/i-8-l5-22-H
BEST WISHES TO ALL
(.IOIU.I S CARPET SHOP
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
TO ALL GREETINGS
H. W. HANNAH
"PHOTOGRAPHY"
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-3221
TO ALL A HAPPY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEO. S. OKELL
YOUR LEGISLATOR
765 41st Street
"a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. C. MACK" KIMBALL
REAL ESTATE
Soon in Our New Home
Phone 5-9869
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ELLIS ELECTRIC CO.
SALES SERVICE
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC WIRING
Phone 48-5141
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" .ngage in
business under the fictitious nnme ot
FILM-ART MPRALS at 214 North
Miami Avenue, Miami. Honda n-
tends to register said nan,.- w'lh'J'
Clerk of the circuit Courl of rtade
County, Florida. ...
TELEVISION MLM-ART
SERVICE. INC
WASMAN, SILVER ft- SAKOWITS
Attorneys for Applicant
10/1-8-1S-88-M______________________
"NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VKN that
the undersigned, desiring to n|
business under the fictitious nanw
THE STYLE BHOP
at number 1730 Northwest 36th SttHt
in the City of Miami. KlorHla. ist*
to register the said name withiW
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida. __., ,....
IRVINC GOLDMAN
REATRICE R. GOLDMAN
JACK A. ARROTT
Vttorney for applicants
10/1-8-16-M
275 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
n-ot.cf 18 HEREBTVniVBN IW
the^Slg^ed^slr?Tgto.nra.J
business under the fictitiousjw
Herman villa Hotel at H4 w-'J
ton Avenue, Miami Beach.'JflXXd
register said name with th < I"* '
the Circuit Court of Dade Count).
,"1"'",a NATHAN LIPKIND
Side Owner
HARM DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
10/1-8-16-24-M ______
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
IJt
JUDGE BERNARD A. FRANK
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOE'S BROADWAY
DEDICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT
1417 Washington Avenue <** Beach
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP.
"We specialize in building one and two-family
homes and additions.'
P. DIAZ NATHAN DAVIDOW
Free Estimates -:- We Get You the Loan
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL CROWN COLA
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
538 N.W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LORD BALTIMORE HOTEL
3030 COLLINS AVENUE
VIRGINIAN HOTEL
1665 ALTON ROAD
EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
JERRY GRANGER BILLY ABRIN
M
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ti
NOTICE IS HEREBY W*SO*\
the undersigned, desiring ';;";* (
business under the fctl h.jis nmeff
Dee-Llclous Products at :'X' intend.
17th Avenue, Miami, F In jld '"^
to register said name h t'<*,,,
.,f the Circuit Court of Da*
R""a- SAMUEL ZOLTROW
Sole Owner
MARRY DIETZ
attorney for Applicant
10/1-8-15-22-29__________
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CO IT OF
FLFVFNTH JUDK'TAL 'NTT,
IN AND FOR DADE go" s,
FLORIDA. IN CHAN< BB.
119R2S. cEl.U
lAPOR ZACK. Plaintiff. *"
7.ACK. Defendant. ctaTE 01
IN TTIF NAME OF Till. ^TAlt
FT/ORIDA:
TO THF DF.FF.NPANT
fella Zack
r, 11 B. 137th Street
Bronx. New York h:lt yo
Ton are hereby "'><' "' *
,,,. required to We an i^ a
his preceedinK for "Wore. or i->j
K.-.lnst YOU by ;Tn,;'o:, ,,th<>r-l!" ."l
rore November .**& .'", ,,, t*M
lIlegatlOM of Bald hill win I
is confessed hv you. A in tt
This order to be puMIMie
I,-it, piorMian. _ontenlber. l-
(Clreutt Court Sean ^ C l*lgi
M.FRKD KREISLKR
Attorney for I la I tiff BlJI.
1001 Pan American wan
Miami :i^. Florida
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PAGE SEVEN
*at"l Horn Show
At Bayfront Park
Set for Nov. 21
The latest in home furnishings
and building materials will be
D-esented to South Florida home-
makers on November 21 when
the second annual Miami Nation-
al Home Show begins a week-
long program at Bayfront Park
auditorium.
Ray Fleming, chairman of the
Home Show committee of the
Builders Association of South
Florida, sponsors of the event,
-evealed that every effort was
being made to present exhibits
of maximum interest to the pub-
One of the main attractions of
the event will be an information
Ce-ter to answer questions on
home building in this area. FuU
details of every aspect of home
building, including construction
techniques, material, lot selec-
tor, financing, furnishings and
decoration will be available at
the show. The newest in resi-
dential air conditioning, heating.
stoves, deep freezers, television
sets, sewing machines and other
appliances, also will be on dis-
play for homemakers.
Even motion pictures will be
part of the exposition, with sev-
eral exhibitors planning to pres-
ent continuous movies of interest
to home owners, present and
future. Most of the leading firms
in the home building industry in
South Florida are planning ex-
hibits at the November show,
while arrangements are being
completed for additional exhibi-
tors, according to George S. Mil-
ler, exhibits sub-committee chair-
man.
More than 75,000 persons at-
tended last year's event and the
Builders Association is forecast-
ing an even higher attendance
t the November show.
Joycees Against Building
Apts. On Firestone Estate
Marvin Kimmel, president of
the Miami Beach Jaycees, has an-
nounced that his organization has
gone on record as endorsing the
action of the Miami Beach City
Council in contesting the deci-
sion of the Circuit Court re-zo*r
ing the Firestone estate for apart-
ments and hotels.
The Jaycees further reaffirm
their own position that the prop-
erty be re-zoned so as to be
made into a park for the public.
The organization further recom-
mended that the city of Miami
Beach retain a Miami Beach law
firm to work together with the
city attorney representing the
city in current litigation with re-
gard to the Firestone estate. A
Miami law firm is now acting as
.counsel for the city in this matter.
2 Sermons by Mescheloff
Appear in Manual
Two sermons by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff appear in the "sixth
edition of the "Sermon Manual."
selection of the 25 best sermons
c :he year.
The manual is published an-
nually by the Rabbinical Council
of America, which includes over
300 Rabbis of the U.S. and Canada.
SINCERE WISHES FOR
' A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE
Ludman Corp.
~\ PHONE 3-6491
" 21 N. W. 21st STREET
MR. and MRS.
i BILL GLICK
^\ and Sons
WISH A VERY HAPPY
' NEW YEAR TO ALL
Harry Pearl
Herman Pearl
THE PEARL BROTHERS
Associated with
MORT TISCHLER
Announce the Opening of
SOUTHERN FOOD
DISTRIBUTORS, Inc.
In the Same Location for Eight Years
1725 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 3-0021
Distributors of the Finest and Well-
Known National Food Products
Southern Food Distributors irilf
shortly make available to Greater
Miami merchants one of the out-
standing lines of Kosher Meat Prod'
uets under the strictest^ recognized
and unquestioned Rabbinical super-
vision.
Watch for formal announcement of
our opening and complete list
of our products
Call Harry and Herman Pearl or Mort Tisehler at Southern
Food Distributors, Inc.. and receive the usual cordial, cheery
excellent service and quality merchandise that made the
PEARL HROTHERS so popular these many years.







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Isaiah Sisterhood
Schedules Plans
The Temple Isaiah Sisterhood,
which was organized recently, is
planning a varied program for
the year. During the Sukos Holi-
day, or the Festival of Booth, the
Sisterhood will erect a Sukah and
sponsor a party for the boys and
girls of the religious school of
the Temple. In addition, plans are
being formulated at the present
time to have a bazaar, game
nights, theater parties, picnics,
donor luncheons, book reviews
and musical programs. A major
feature of the Sisterhood projects
is the special Temple Isaiah Sis-
terhood Bulletin of which Mrs.
Gilbert Balkin is editor. This
bulletin aims to welcome all new-
comers to the Greater Miami area
and also aims to acquaint the
local resident with people from
their former home towns.
There arc 100 charter members
of the Sisterhood. Election of
permanent officers will be held
during the October meeting.
Ir. Il'i "Holiday Hop"
The Miami Beach unit of
Junior Hadassah will present a
"Holiday Hop" dance on Saturday
evening. October 9. to celebrate
the arrival of the Jewish New
Year at 8:30 p.m. at the Raleigh
hotel, 1777 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Proceeds from this affair
are going for medical supplies
for the Henrietta Szold School
of Nursing in Israel, which is one
of Junior Hadassah's main proj-
ects.
Mrs. Gerald P. SoltZ, vice presi-
dent and chairman of the affair,
announces that the special guests
of the evening will be Guy Ren-
nie and Denise Ronnie from the
Clover Club who will entertain.
There will also be dance contests
and other entertainment.
Tickets are SI.00 and may be
obtained from any of the mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah or at the
door.
Temple Nursery
Opens October 6
The nursery school of Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach
will open for its third consecutive
year on October 6, according to
an announcement by Mrs. E. Al-
len Becker, chairman.
Mrs. Becker, in her. announce-
ment, stated "This year we can
offer facilities for children be-
tween the ages of three and five
for all day sessions, morning or
afternoon sessions, as desired. Our
program of constructive toy ac-
tivities and play, arts and craft
work, rhythm bands, songs,
stories, introduction of Jewish
culture and customs, is under the
leadership this year of Mrs. Harry
M. Ellis. Mrs. Ellis is a native of
Chicago and has taught in kinder-
garten and nursery schools for
many years."
Transportation to and from
school can be arranged for chil-
dren who want it, and lunches
and naps will be furnish children
who wish to take advantage of
the all-day session.
The Temple Beth Sholom Nurs-
ery school is a project of the
Sisterhood which supports the
Temple's educational facilities.
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky is presi-
dent of the Sisterhood and Mrs.
Leon J. Ell is chairman of the
school board.
Miami V Sponsors
Town Hall Meets
The first of a series of monthly
Y Town Hall discussion meetings
will be held at the Miami Y on
Monday evening, October 11.
The topic for the evening will
be "The Four Political Platforms
Which One Is Best For Amer-
ica?" Speakers from the four
political parties will be present
and the general public is invited
to attend.
Shertok To Head
U. N. Mission
PARIS, (JTA)An official an-
nouncement released here this
week stated that Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Shertok will head the
Israeli mission to the United Na-
tions. Aubrey S. Eban, head of
the Israeli mission to the U.N.
Security Council, will continue
trT represent Israel during Sher-
tok's absence.
MARTHA ZALL
MODISTE
Formerly with Lily Ruben
Located at
407 15th ST., MIAMI BEACH
Specializing in afternoon and
evening wear
Sizes: 10-44; 14'/.!-24,/i.
Beth Sholom Sponsors
First Oneg Shabbat
The first Oneg Shabbat and
reunion of members of Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach was
held Friday evening. September
24, in the Temple patio. Over 350
members and friends of the Tem-
ple attended. Leon J. Ell, mem-
ber of the Temple's board who
recently visited Israel, addressed
the group on "Seven Days in
Embattled Israel." An open dis-
cussion folowed, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of the
congregation, as moderator.
Community singing, under the
leadership of Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, was another feature of
the evening. Rctreshments were
served by the hostesses Mrs. Bes-
sie Nelson, Mrs. Louis J. Krensky,
Mrs. Sam Lachman, Mrs. Irving
Marcus. Mrs. Jack Chutkow and
Mrs. Seymour Weiss.
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National Council
Opens Season
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Miami Section, will
open the coming season with a
luncheon meeting to be held on
Wednesday, October 6, at 12:30
p.m. at the Hyde Park Hotel, 4041
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs.
Stanley M. Myers, will preside.
After a short business meeting,
musical numbers will be rendered
by Rita Hyman Bukstcl, accom-
panied by Hortense L. Aryan.
Mrs. Harold Rand, legislation
j chairman, has planned a discus-
sion program timely with the
coming elections, entitled "The
i Man or the Party." Mr. and Mrs.
' Thomas Dcwey will be presented
by Mrs. Julius Oshlag and Mrs.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949
Julius Mufson. President and Mrs.
Truman will be presented by Mrs
William Bernstein, and Mrs
David Catsman. Following the dis-
cussion there will be a question-
naire presented to the audience
a poll taken and the result an-
nounced.
Reservations should be made no
later than Monday, October 4,
with reservation chairman, Mrs.
Leopold Schwarts, and Mrs. Har-
old Auslander.
Rev. Philip Fried
Expert Certified
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Jewish Hospital
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Phone 58-9841 58-9851
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OCTOBER 1, 1948
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PAGE NINE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
llKiJ Sr will witness a
J!, fight in Washington for
be Ration of existing im-
JJo-ation laws ... Jewish organ-
Ens have not as yet gaven
r hope of having Congress
I nH its DP immigration law
I'S obcks entrance to the
h,,oA States for most of the dis-
Kjews-.-TheNewYear
ISalso witness a stronger Israel
kite the efforts on the part of
KSSl of the Jewish state
prevent its dcvelopmnt .
Resorts reaching Zionist leaders
this country from Paris ill-
fate that the recommendations
j the late U.N. mediator to
Mticallv revise the present bor-
0f Israel may be softened
..ng the present session of the
Jlf General Assembly ... In
e United States the new Jewish
Mr will witness a marked in-
rrease in Jewish education activi-
i in which various groups will
tompete in order to gain influ-
nceover American Jewish youth
.Zionist activities in the United
will be intensified soon
fteMhe new year starts ... At
.went, the American branch of
L World Zionist Executive is
Considering leasing or even buy-
Cg a building in New York which
tould become the headquarters
{the Jewish Agency for the en-
_j American continent The
|uilding is to house four of the
ujor departments of the World
(ionist Executivethe organiza-
I department, the economics
partment, the public relations
lartment and the department of
i education .
U.N. NOTES:
Total death insurance of about
$120,000 will be paid to the widow
of Count Folke Bernadotte ... A
certain State Department official
named McLintock seems to play
a very important role with re-
gard to Palestine behind the
scenes of the U.S. delegation at
the United Nations The Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the
American Jewish Conference
have sent special observers to the
U.N. session in Paris These
observers are considered as mem-
bers of a consultative body es-
tablished by the State Depart-
ment for U.N. affairs ... An in-
ternational legal authority con-
sidering what law the assassins
of Count Bernadotte can be ar-
rested and tried under told news-
paper correspondents that the is-
sue would seem to rest on a de-
cision regarding the as yet un-
determined status of Jerusalem
. The authority recalled the
facts of the trial being held at
present in Jerusalem of two
British subjects charged with
passing information to the Arabs
. "The legality of this trial,"
he said, "has been contested by
the British government" The
British argued that it was not
within the competence of any
Jewish authority to carry out an
arrest in Jerusalem as long as the
status of the city remains unde-
|trictly Kosher Dairy, Sand-
riches, Sealtest Fountain Service,
i Fruit and Vegetable Juices
xacted. Closed Friday nights
and Saturdays.
MAYFIELD'S
1461 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach
H & H Batteries
1261 N. W. 29th Street
HAROLD COHEN and
HAROLD VAN-DAM
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO
OUR FRIENDS
FRIEDMAN'S
Happy
New Year
ETHELEIN
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TEMPLE ISAIAH
IMS r THE REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION
Collins Avenue Miami Beach
,0rm [ewi8h Services will be held for the High Holy Day*
01 Tempi, with Rabbi David Raab officiating.
Ev Rosh Hashonah. Sunday, Oct. 3, 8:15 p.m.
Tickets
osh Hashonah. Monday, Oct. 4. 10:00 cum.
may be obtained all day Sunday at the Temple
PHONE 6-6733 or 6-5103
termined "Presumably," the
authority concluded, "Israel
wishes to track down and arrest
the assassins and to bring them
to justice before their own courts"
... It is obvious that this is ex-
actly what Israel wishes .

COMMUNAL AFFAIRS:
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds is now
conducting a population study for
the American Jewish Committee
. Provisional results of this
survey reveal that the Jewish
population in the United States
today is closer to 4,500,000 than
the 5,000,000 figure often men-
tioned ... The study also estab-
lishes that 75 percent of the en-
tire Jewish population in the
United States resides in 13 of
America's largest cities These
are: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago,
Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles,
Miami, Newark, New York, Phil-
adelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and
San Francisco The survey,
which is polling virtually every
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important center of Jewish pop-
ulation in the United States, seeks
to provide data on about 1,500
communities The most inter-
esting revelation is the fact that
G6 communities, covering about
sixty-five percent of the total
Jewish population in this country,
have themselves conducted spe-
cial population studies during the
last decade More than fifty
other communities, comprising
eleven percent of American
Jewry, have made attempts to
estimate their population size by
means of correlating contributors
lists, membership lists and syna-
gogue lists The Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds has new assigned a staff
which analyzes these studies un-
der the direction of Harry L.
Lurie, its executive director .
The Council hopes that the best
methods of estimating the Jew-
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and that the degree of dispersion
of that population will be more
sharply defined.
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OfEtf YIAR AROUND
SAM ELGISON, Owner
Wishes to announce to the Public the Reopening
S & H Live Poultry Market
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
Pr&CHTHIG-'IIHJWIM a.
COHMJHI MAN WHO HOLDS THE
eiCfitST PUIUC relations job in
THE *OKlP-.A$$T.U.N.SECGEN-
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ATION FOR U.N.
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HONORS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF Cllltf,CXCEU'
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IN WASHINGTON.HE ATTENDED THE SCHOOL
OF FOREIGN SERVICE AT GEORGETOWN UN-
IVERSITY, RECEIVING A DOCTOR Of PHILOSO-
PHY DEGREE WITH TOP HONORS.
AFTER APPOINTMENT AS CHARGE D*
AFFAIRS FOR CHILE.HE RETURNED HOME
TO BECOME MINISTER RESIDENT* CHIEF
Of THE DIPLOMATIC DEP'T. OF THE
CHILEAN FOREIGN OFFICE.
SERVING GTEARS AS CHILEAN AM-
BASSADOR TO BOLIVIA, IN 1945 HE
WAS APPOINTED AMBASSADOR TO
VENEZUELA.
f___.
IN MARCH IW6.HE WAS APPOMTtOASSIST-
ANT U.N. SECRETARY CENERAL.A POST
WHICH HI NOLOS ATTHE PRESENT TIME.
MASTER OF 5 LANGUAGES, He BOASTS OP OWNWO A
13RARY OF 15.000 VOLUMES ON HBTORY.FHILOSOm
AND INTERNATIONAL LAW AND REAPS AT LEAST fftf
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THIS IS A
Fall Campaigns To Decide Success Of
UJA, Morgenthau Tells Local Heads
Declaring that the money of
American Jewry helped 'turn de-
feat into victory," tor the Jews
of Israel, Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, addressing a tele-
phone conference of Jewish com-
munity leaders in 40 cities of the
country Wednesday thanked the
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami for having gone over the top
in its 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
The telephoned address was
listened to at a special luncheon i
meeting of the board of governors |
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration held at the Miami Beach
YM & WHA. William D. Singer, j
vice president of the Federation. (
presided, in place of President
Jacob Sher who is out of the city.
Other participating in the na-
tionwide telephone conference
were Rabbi Jonah Wise and Rab-
bi Israel Goldstein, co-chairmen
of the United Jewish Appeal; Ed-
win Rosenberg, chairman of the
board of the United Service for
New Americans; Former Gover-
nor Herbert Lehman of New York
and Capt. Alexander Albauer of
the Army of Israel.
As a special order of business
the board of governors elected
Irving Frankel, Alfred Stone.
Benjamin Meyers and Joseph M.
Rose to fill vacancies on the ex-
ecutive committee of the federa-
tion.
Morris Klass, executive director
of Federation, presented two new
staff members, Irving Bernstein
who will direct the winter resi-
dents and other campaign sec-
tions and Ed Singer who will be
in charge of Federation collec-
tions and will direct the Metro-
politan Unit of the 1949 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Predicting that the country will
fall short of its 1948 $250,000,000
UJA goal, Mr. Morgenthau said
that the results of the campaigns
now being conducted in many
cities will tell how "close we
come to the goal." He predicted,
however, that the amount that
will be raised this year will 'be
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome II.
Weinkle
and Daughters
substantially greater than in
1947."
Stating that the "Gates of Israel
have been thrown open to the
homeless refugees of Europe," Mr.
Morgenthau said that between
10.000 and 12.000 Jews are ar-
riving in Israel monthly.
Rabbi Wise declared that the
Joint Distribution Committee is
spending more than 1,600.000 each
month to pay for the transporta-
tion of these Jews to Israel. He
dwelt on the problem facing the
committee in bringing assistance
to Jews still remaining in dis-
placed persons camps and espe-
cially to Jews in Moslem-held
lands.
Governor Lehman said that "we
are at the greatest turning point
in the history of the Jewish
people." He. too. praised those
communities including Greater
Miami, who have passed their
goal.
Having just returned from Is-
rael, Rabbi Goldstein said the
greatest problem confronting the
Israeli government is that of
maintaining its army in the pres-
ent state of truce. "This is putting
a terrible strain on the economy
of the country," he said. Other
problems of great magnitude
were that of providing for the
new arriavLs and the need to es-
tablish new agricultural settle-
ments to absorb the newcomers.
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PAGE ELEVEN
Rabbi Bernstein
Broadcasts At 10
Sunday on WQAM
Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein of
Temple B'rith Kodesh, Rochester,
N y who has recently returned
from fifteen months of service as
advisor on Jewish affairs to the
US Military Commanders in
Europe, will be the guest speaker
each Sunday morning at 10, EST,
for the month of October on the
American Broadcasting Com-
nanv's Jewish religious service,
Message of Israel, on WQAM in
Miami.
Now in its 15th year of unin-
terrupted weekly broadcasting,
the Message of Israel has achieved
fame as the only program of its
kind heard each week over any
niajor network. It is conducted
by the nationally and interna-
tionally distinguished Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise of Central Syna-
gogue, New York City. Pioneered
by him in 1934 over a few sta-
tions located chiefly in the larger
cities, the Message of Israel has
grown until it is heard over more
than 159 ABC stations, located
in practically every important
city and town in this country,
and it now numbers its listeners
in the hundreds of thousands.
Rabbi Bernstein's topics on
Message of Israel for the first
four Sundays in October will be
as follows: "How Much Is a Jew
Worth?", "What Price Brother-
hood," "Israel and the American
Jew," and "The Price of Peace."
The last Sunday will be devoted
to the 75th annual meeting of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, which will take
place in Chicago on that weekend.
Army Considers
Sentence Final
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
decision of the European Com-
mand to commute the life sent-
ence of Use Koch to four years
is considered final by the Army
Department and cannot now be
increased, Secretary of the Army
Kenneth C. Royall said this week
in a letter to Senator Raymond
Baldwin of Connecticut. Frau
Koch was convicted of charges of
torturing prisoners at the Buch-
enwald death camp, being re-
sponsible for the death of many
and of having some executed in
order to obtain human skins for
lampshades, book covers and
other objects.
Meanwhile, the possibility of a
Congressional investigation of the
commutation mounted here as
the wave of Drotests against the
easement of sentence by Gen.
Clay grew in intensity. Sen. Hom-
er Ferguson of Michigan, chair-
man of the Senate Investigations
Sub-Committee, stated that there
was a definite possibility of a
Senatorial investigation if the
Army does not provide a satis-
factory explanation of the action.
The Army this week released
a message from Gen. Clay ex-
plaining the reasons for the
commutation. The reason for the
reduction of sentenceunder
which Frau Koch will be free in
October, 1949he said, was be-
cause "evidence of her participa-
tion" in the atrocities and mur-
ders committed at Buchenwald,
which was once commanded by
her late husband, did not warrant
so severe a punishment. "There
is no convincing evidence that
she selected inmates for exterm-
ination in order to secure tattooed
skin or that she possessed any
articles made of human skin,"
Gen. Clay added.
Secretary Marshall
Extends Rosh Hashona
Greetings To All Jewry
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Sec-
retary of State George C. Mar-
shall issued the following Rosh
Hashonah greeting to the Jews
of America through the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency:
"On the eve of the New Year
I extend best wishes to all Ameri-
can citizens of the Jewish faith.
"Last year, the hope was ex-
pressed that you would unitedly
support the efforts of this coun-
try and other peace-loving na-
tions and peoples to build a
peaceful world. There is a greater
need for this support today and
I earnestly hope for your sincere
cooperation."
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YOOHG MR MIRACL
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500 \ew Members Set as BB Goal
Seventy-five B'r.a: B'rito key
workers, meeting at a kick-off
brea-::. : Sur.d; al the Mar-
seiili as fox
: ui nbership
dri ve 1
in th< nty area.
Tentati foi member-
iitlined by E
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b gala leer at
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14, and the Is Levin L:zzz
-j:r a sports night and
m*. ; rally : mplete th
movies and refreshments al the
Miami YMHA n the same eve-
M E Lodgi :~'.ar.j
a s*.a; : :-.. and
North Shore 1
ann< un I
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havo mbership
sm( ker i tag on Monday, Ort:-
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the B'r -
gold Mei apel pins will tx
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7- p ~- v rkei will re-
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will be announced .'..;
Week!;.- report nine
held every Fridaj at 13
Downtownei F.
I beer, annour William Pal-
lot council _:
and chapter preside "- re-
port progress af the drive at 1
lunchc :r.i
V.r- :r women interested in
ining 5 nai B rcti
the council sffjees at 5-e>306
Beach Auxiliary To Aged
Meets With Residents
7- Mian I Auj
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the H 335 S W IStfa A
Oct 6. at 1 p-m. Aft
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Sigma Rho Head
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We Carry New Year Cards
S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religiqus Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools-
Telephone 5-9017
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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3621 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 78-7145
SPECIALIZING IN MOVING
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1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
MR.
A>l> MRS. JOE COHEX
and FAMILY
1690 S. W. First Avenue
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
410 Forty-Fifth Street
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES TO ALL
WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES
THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU
2025 West Flagler Street
1245 S. W. 22nd Street
29 State Highway. South Miami
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ill
JAMES P. STUART
MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
1240 Ingraham Building
Phone 3-6653
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. ffiVING WESTTN
of the
CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP
Phone 5-9804 745 Washington Avenue
Resort Wear for Men and Children
GREETINGS TO ALL
CORAL CARLES BAKERY
2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
"THE BEST IN THE GABLES"
SEASONS GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL. INC.
State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
CANTOR AND MRS. JULIUS ROSENSTEIN
AND SON MORTON
1401 Alton Road Miami Beach
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO THE
Officers and Members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center and the
Jewish Community Center of Hollywood
and to all Jewry
GENERAL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC.
EXTEND GREETINGS TO ALL
LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS TRIMS
RUBEROID ROOFING CABINETS
HARDWARE
7403 N. W. 27th Avenue
Phone 89-2941
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
L F. P0PELL COMPANY
SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS FOR
ALFOL INSULATION
1730 West Flagler Street
Phone 3-4272
PAX AMERICA* IIIIVI I\4. CORP.
394 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-0394
S. WYATT SEWELL
Extends Best Wishes for the New Year
to their many Jewish Friends and Customers
Twenty Years With
LcaJmg Clubs and Hotels
o$Lto
his violinhis orchestra
imitod engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
r
Belh Sholom Reveals Teaching Staff
-Jswlsii Ik,Seller,
PAGE THIRTEEN
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman
of the religious school board, have
this week announced the list of
appointments of the teaching staff
of the religious school for the
1948-49 season.
Sydney J. Greenberg, well-
known Philadelphia Jewish edu-
cator, and for the past several
years,- a permanent resident of
Miami Beach, will again head the
staff as principal. Mr. Greenberg.
who received his M.S. in Ed.
from Temple University, and per-
sued his Jewish studies in Dropsio
College, was formerly principal of
the Jewish Educational Center
and assistant to the director of the
Philadelphia Council of Jewish
Education.
Other members of the staff in-
clude Miss Anne Orris, graduate
of Boston University, and Boston
Hebrew Teachers College, who'
will head the Hebrew department-
Miss Louise Raphael, who recent-
ly completed a summer course at
the Hebrew Teachers Institute of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
and will teach in both the He-
brew and Sunday departments;
Mis? Evelyn Bauer, graduate of
Hunter College and Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University; Mrs.
Jean Berman, graduate of Hunter
College and former N. Y. C. public
school teacher; Harry Ellis, M.A.,
De Paul University, Chicago, who
taught in the junior and senior
high schools in Chicago; Mrs.
Ruth Ellis, graduate of Hyde
Park Peoples College, Chicago,
former recreational director of the
Shakesperian elementary school,
and nursery school supervisor at
Beth Eliezer, Chicago, will assume
charge of the nursery and kinder-
garten departments; Herman
Fried, organist of Temple Beth
Sholom. graduate of N.Y.U.
School of Education and of the
Yeshivah of Bensonhurst, former-
ly teacher in the high schools of
New Jersey and currently music
director of the Miami Beach
YMHA; Mrs. Herman Fried, who
will be the first librarian teacher
in the history of the school; Abe
Hurwitz, editorial writer for the
Miami Herald, graduate of the
University of Washington, Chi-
cago, and former teacher in the
religious schools of Seattle, Wash-
ington; Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
educated at the Hertzilia Hebrew
Academy, C.C., N.Y., the Julliard
School of Music and the Eastman
School of Music, will instruct the
Bar Mitzvah class and head the
music department; Mrs. Rose Kel-
emer, graduate of the University
of Rochester; Rabbi Leon Kronish.
who will instruct the Confirm-
ands; Joseph Pardo, University
of Miami graduate and president
of Masada, a Zionist Youth Or-
ganization; Mrs. Doris A. Pardo,
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami and former president o'
Junior Hadassah, and Miss Etta
Habonim Elects Officers
The Greater Miami Habonim
organization held elections Sep-
tember 23.
New officers are: president,
Yvette Margulies Fegel; vice
president, Flo Feldman; secretary,
Delores Simons; treasurer, Har-
vey Goldberg.
The Noar and Bonim groups
are planning an Oneg Shahbat for
this Friday evening, October first,
8 p.m., to be held at the home of
Miss Bea Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th
Road. Shaloms Shawmut and her
committee are planning a skit,
Palestinian .singing and dancing.
Refreshemnts will be served.
Amdur, who will again be in
charge of the school office.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman daughter, Harriet, and son, Henry Ted Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jack, Arthur, and Leslie August Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Block 1534 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Albert and Rachel Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Family 1585 S. W. 18lh Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cornblum and daughter, Maxine Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. George G. Adler 1096 Venetian Causeway Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman and son, Mark 814 Alton Road Wish All Their
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Crystle Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Friends and Relatives
B A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Louis Adler Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein and Family Wish All. Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman
and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad and Family 825 West Avenue, Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Balber and Children Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR D
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. David Adlerblum and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr.-. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doshay and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrSj Joseph M. Fine
Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Baron Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Herman Alexander and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR -----------------------------------------------,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Firestone
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family 516 Washington Avenue Wish All Then-Friends and Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dubler and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Sandra Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishbein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alper and Family c A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Lillian Fisher
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and son. Bernard Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Carr and Daughter Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family Wish All Their
A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert Wish All Their
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleeman
Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NKW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Chernow and son, Bernie L. Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum and son. Walter Wish All Their
Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Ehreus and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleigler
Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Benjamin of Honolulu Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berg and Richard and Madelyn Wish Ay. Their Friends anu Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Cicero and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Daughter Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Femily Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish All Tneir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR daughter, Minna Lea and son, Henry Wish All Their
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Friends and Relative^ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen 2220 S.W. 19th Terrace Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell and Daughter, Sandra Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Berkowitz and Family 1400 N.W. 8th Court Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. Arthur C. Cohen and Family 937 N.W. 62nd Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein and Family Wish AH Their Friends and Relatives ____A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. Solomon J. Freedman and Family 926 Michigan Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ispdore Cohen and Family Wish All Tneir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Cohen Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman of 2340 S. W. 25th Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. G. August 1376 S.W. Sixth Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives ____A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry August and Family 720 S. W. 28th Road Wish All Their Friends and Relatives ___A_HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis August Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Englander Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berson and son, Johnnie Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Berson and Family Wish AH Their Erie ids ;nd Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Coleman 3528 S.W. 25th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Rae Frome and Family Wish All Their
F Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Corbitt 1335 N.W. 7th Ave. Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Fait and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAJt
da m an<* Family 19 S.W. Twnty-fifth Road Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blasberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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PAGE FOURTEEN
Arabs Charged With
New Violations
TEL AVIV, Sept. 27. (JTA)
Gen. William Riley, American
U.N. truce observer, today
charged Transjordan Arab Le-
gionnaires with responsibility for
the ambushing of an unarmed
Jewish convoy escorted by a U.N.
observer in a clearly marked jeep
and the killing of the convoy com-
mander and three passengers.
Riley labelled the killing last
Wednesday a 'massacre" and
. stated that it was an -unwarrant-
ed attack" and a -most serious
breach of the peace."
The Israeli government official-
ly announced today that a num-
ber of complaints of Arab viola-
tions of the truce have been
tr>ught to the attention of the
U N. truce observation staff as
veil as information concerning
the mutilation of the bodies of
Jews killed during an Arab Le-
gion offensive in the Latrun area
last week. An official explanation
of the shooting down of an Arao
rlane last week was also released.
The truce violations about
which the Israelis complained oc-
curred on two extremes of the
.Palestine front. One was the shell-
ing of the settlement of Beth
Esbel. near Becrsheba. while the
second was the daily shelling by
the Arabs of Jewish traffic to
vd from Gesher, below Lake
Tiberias. The Israeli govern merit
statement declared that the U.N.
has done nothing as ye about
the attack on Beth Eshel
Pointing out that the Israel,
forces which found the mutilated
bodies at Midya, a height in the
Latrun area, had pressed on to
punish the Arabs and caused some
casualties among the latter an
Israeli communique reported to-
day that the U.N. truce observa-
tion board complained of
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949
Jewish "violation" in the Latrun
area The Israeli communique
pointed out that the U.N. note
made no mention of the mutila-
tions, although a report on that
matter was filed by the Jews
with the U.N. staff.
Canadians Want To Be
On American Branch
Of World Zionists
MONTREAL, (JTA)The ev-
ocutive board of the Candian
Zionist Organization this week
protested the tailure of the Zion-
ist Actions Committee to include
a Canadian Zionist representative
on the American branch of the
World Zionist Organization.
The Canadian Zionists asserted
that the American branch is not
representative of other Jewish
communities in North and South
America because its membership
includes only American citizens.
A resolution adopted by the
Canadian executive declared that
Canadian Jewry has played an
important part in upbuilding the
Jewish state and its record en-
titles it to at least one represent-
ative on the World Zionist Ex-
ecutive.
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T^AjfWeSd7,7AMost Happy New Year"
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR____
H
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
New
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
Yorker Hotel. Miami Beach
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Gadon
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garden
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Gardner
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs.
Yetta Geier and daughters.
Florence and Blossem
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Genel
Mr. and Mrs. Irving
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Getzug
and son. Irving
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
and Family
501 S.E. 19th Avenue
Wish AH Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW. YEAR
Abraham Halperin
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.N. H. Hankoff
and Family
Wish All Then-
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Lester and Sadelle Korshak
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin.
Daughters and Mrs. Celia Javin
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. L. J. Harts
Wishes All Her
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
318 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kreiger
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
Luby
and Mrs. Sam
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
318 Twenty-first Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferslein
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol P. Malter
4S23 Post Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mannheimer
and daughter. Ann Marsha
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Meadow
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Gillingham
630 J. Lincoln Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman and
Sons, Marvin, Jeffrey and Barry
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
and son, Jimmy
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gordon
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Given
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glasser
and Sons, Leonard and Robert
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goldberg
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Celia Z. Greenberg
1334 Euclid Avenue
Wishes All Her
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind
and Son. Paul
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jonas
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
and Sons
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Max Meisel
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Victor Mell
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Laufer
and Son
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Lavigne
Leslie and Morley
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Golden
1483 Cantour Drive
San Antonio. Texas
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg
and Family
1501 Collins Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Norman L.
Greenberg and Children,
Ronnie and the triplets
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn
end Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kapchan
1447 Drexel Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuck
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie
and Sons
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Greenberg
and Family
1110 N.E. 1st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Children, Doris and Harvey
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levenson
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
1426 S.W. First Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller
Gershon and Evelyn Miller
Dil.ido Island
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Sophie Miller
and Family
1919 S. W. 17th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR___
Mr. and Mrs. Max Minkoff,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff
and Son, Stanley
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
Gross
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman
and Son, Marvin
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. John
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg and Sons. Moses
J. and Saul
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kline
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
and Mrs. Murray
and Sons
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Kossman
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky
and Son
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lifset
2127 Coral Way
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
and Family
. Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintxer
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moser
aud Daughter, June
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lits
322 S. W. 12th Avenue
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Mye"
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. Edward Nwnw and
Mrs, Freda Newman
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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OCTOm L 19
PAGE FIFTEEN
D,de Cmmmty Women M Sponsor SOS Y Offers Three
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c^jc irree iSuppbes for
i-snsr-rs' th rear is
,r.;-.s;r?d ry
aft Wotaea's organira-
r*de Cc-unty and ap-
.--. :-* Je~-sh FederaUcn
v; -. ra F.at= -i- and urges ill Jewish
= -rxr.-ra tiara la aprnr.t
-; n ar.d to contact her
te$
eroaai lawe already be-
al m stake layettes for
-r.-. of Baraaa The JDC-
'-.- -i^ special relief needs
-.- Stress is laid or. prj-^
s--_r. :**d arid new: doth-
mg. not used, and
priority rebe* supplies m prrteis-
nfer-Incfc. high vitamin rotten: freds.
sucn as ;_-. -.1*. ruu-es. fr__<
fats and tIs
An overall coDection day wti
re set in November
Parr time :ff;re help ^ needed
the next twr? weeks it the
SOS offices established a: the
Miami Bearh Y on North Bay
Rd Anyone willing :o offer serv-
ices asked to contact the Y
The drive is county-w>de and
all Dade county women are BTfed
ito participate whether or not thev
fo
are affiliated with a
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Three at* tetivsfcat ire baBtt
initiated at the Mia-- YM A.
ywha. at *>: sw lethAve. for
the mcr.th :f CVtober. accrr: r.g
to Mai Samuels, activities rectrr
The Y -s undertaking the form-
t a little theatre gr;up
which win use the smkea at the
rntfcia acton, playvrrigbta tad
or>duoti;n rrakers wh-o are in-
terested la any taped Ml (at
EtrataaCk trafl Robert Rxkert,
instruct..-r of dramatics it the Ua-
rverstty :f Miami and trrr-ducer
:: t.-.-:- Rial Theatre, will be in
criarge
shop
On Th-r-sdav -;r.ts tet ttss.no
of conga ihaatlji tad Lataa
Amer.oar ? erven
by Mr?. Kaai rv Race Dyer, a
-'-::: of r.u-rt teat
her ci ccptes which the person
wtshes to make
Anyone interested r. tews** ac-
-* can o-btam further m-
:or~-.at;on a: the Y
it -
essi.-r.a. a:
ten years" exper-.er.ee
On Wednesday nights also, t
:en '.ess.--, eaunc in v tterj ntak-
:ng .= :,- x instituted in t-e Y
Messrs Bckhiad md "Ttamta
art.sar< -: (he Con Gabtai
Ceranks Sbos vid rv ia o-.trcc
I taa ::.:rsv IV partieipurta
>r aolc M ~\ak; : : :'.:-.\ ,-h-
jatti net) as ;.c i::. b res.'
tt tta t~:-.y- -'.-< o~e ~.-:.i object
rhicti ;;: reproduce -:---......-
Fkxgler-Groncrda League
Electa Hy Cowman
Ky Coverman was elected presi-
dent of the F".ji.c'.eT--.lranada Jew-
>;-. Comntunrty oer.ter bx*wimje
MaftM at a rr.tvtr.c :'-.s ttatk.
O ;r nevi- offvers are Herrr.an
FeM -an. v.oe pres.oiert Ben
CaeJa, s*vn-:ar>-. and LtBtar Ten-
ney. treasurer
To '.tacue meets pitqi T.^.iav
at the ra'.ad.urr. Fo^::r.j: .tilers
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
//
Mr. and Mrs. Frtd Ocfas
=d Daufhtsr. Jtanette
Wist ALL The-
Fr.er.is and Relttives
A HAPFY NFW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry OUphant
and Son
Wish All Their
Fr.ends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optnor
Ft ends ^"-d Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Orlanskr
W 5-.es Ail Her
Friends and Relatives
\ HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Orlin
and Family
tt.s- All their
Fr.ends ar.d Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
?
Mr. Bernard Pallant
and Daughter. Enid
Wish All Their
Fnends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
fcr and Mrv Moses P*llot
and Ftinily
Wit* All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A- Pepper
and Son
Wish AD Their
Fnends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr* MOrrii Pepper
and Family
Wish An Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Polk
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont
and The Pont Family
Wish AU Their
Fr.ends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puehkoff
and Family
Wish AU Their
Fnends and Relatives
A H.APPY NEW YEAR
R
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Mr. tad Mrs. t L. Reisrnac
and Family
.Wish An Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Fannie Rifas tad
Daughter, Evelyn
Wish An Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Romor
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr* Cfitrlt* RMtngarren
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schcdiel
W;si All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schrager
and Family
WUa Ail Th .r
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs, Hairy Schwaxti
and Family
Wish AH Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwam
and Family
With AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A H.APPY NEW YEAR
Murray B. Schwarta
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simenhotf
Witaet All Ba
Frier.ols a:i.i Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAS
William (Bill' Wagues
Wishes AU Bit
fTttada and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer r:s S.W. 10th Street Wuh A'.'. Thea Fr:er.ds and Relati\ > A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Same Waldorf Rene* and Meiein Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAFFY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. W. D. .Bill' Singer and Family With All Their Fr.ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl WainkW and Family WM All Their Friend* and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Sons. Dickie and Josh
Wish All Their
Friends and oU lai ves
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosengartes
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenthal
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Rossmtn
and Children
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. 1*. Seiderman
518 Euclid Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR _
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YE.AR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman S'.epian
and Family
113 N. 19th Arenue
HoUywood. Fla.
Wish All Their
FTiends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub
and Son
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPFY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss
1748 Biarriti Driv*
Kormandy Isle
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPFY NEW YTAR
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
With AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin
and Daughter, Roslyn
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rabinowitx
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Samuel J. Rand
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
__ Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rsinhard
and Family
_. Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
With AU Their
Friends and Relative*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
s
Irving Saal
Wishes AU His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Isadora Sachs
and Family
2039 S.W. 17m Terrace
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR____
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
and daughter. Linda Debra
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Sernaker
and Family
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wish AU Their
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaif
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero
1045 EucUd Avenu
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan
and Family
1622 Michigan Avenue
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis St*ig*r
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinbach
and chUdren. Phyllis and Bradley
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weitxman
and Mrs. Bertha Wmimm
Wish .AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weitzner
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAFFY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Goorge P. Werbel
With AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAFFY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
and Family
With AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YX.AR
Dr. and Mr*. A. L. Stepner
Barbara Allen and Siephen Avery
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPFY NEW YE.AR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW Y-EAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mr*. Randolph Shevack
and Allen Brooks and
Eileen Barbara
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Shopiro
and Family
21 Ocean Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Schaifer
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Herbert E. Schtr
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sehimmel
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and
daughters. May Ellen and Arlene
Wish AU Their
Friends and relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Harold Stone
and son. Bobby
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman
and Patricia and Fredrick
Wish AU 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. Charles S. Tobin
and sons. David L. and Mickey
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin
and ton, Wayne
SS2 Michigan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Traurig
and sons. Leonard, Robert tnd
Walter
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPVNFW Y-.i:C
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wucher
and ton, Raymond
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalia
and Family
Wish AU Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka and
daughters. Mildred and Sheila
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeinta
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. O. Zlff
Adale and Sandy
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernirk
and ton, Michael
"*ish AU Their
Fn .. .. ..;-..! Relatives
.. HAPPY NEW Y'EAR
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fJenist fhridliar
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Center Begins
Adult Classes
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, an-
nounces the resuming of the adult
Hebrew courses with classes in
beginners, intermediate and ad-
vanced Hebrew. These classes,
under the supervision of the ed-
ucational director, Fred Berko-
vitz, will be held at the syna-
gogue school building, 1415 Euclid
Ave. Sessions will begin after
the holidays on Monday evening.
November 1. 1948 at 8 p.m. and
will meet either once or twice a
week depending upon the de-
mand of the students participat-
ing. Tuition will be free.
For further information please
contact the educational director
at 58-2503 any weekday from 9
to 5 p.m.
The high school for Jewish
studies of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, composed of three
post confirmation and Bar Mitz-
vah groups, has begun its pro-
gram. Besides studying the liter-
ary heritable of the Jewish people
through the medium of the Bible,
they will also devote part of their
time to study of modern and con-
temporary problems. The stu-
dents have also indicated a de-
sire for a brief study of compara-
tive religions, which will broaden
their scope and will in turn bring
about a better understanding of
the Jew and his problems by oui
non-Jewish friends.
These classes were officially
launched by a luncheon attended
by 35 boys and girls. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman addressed the group
and Abe Gannes. David Isen and
Fred Berkovitz were guests.
This group will be under the
leadership of Fred Berkovitz. ed-
ucational director and Mrs. Ruth
Curson Feit.
Council Launches
Public Project
On Mental Health
Since tie entire problem of
mental health in the State of
Florida is one which has been
badly overlooked for years, a
new plan of publicizing the needs
>f the mentally ill is now in the
making. Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, has
undertaken to put before tin'
greater Miami area, as much data
and information on the subject
as possible. This effort is in con-
junction with the Mental Health
Society of Southeastern Florida.
Beginning Saturday. Oct 2,
WIOD. has offered public service
time from 2:15 to 12:30 p.m., for
a period of thirteen weeks. This
scries will be known as the
'Tenth Man" series (one in every
ten persons in all communities
has some form of mental illness)
and will be professionally ar-
ranged, dramatized and prepared
by the National Mental Health
Society. The dramatization will
consist of various types of often
unrecognized mental quirks and
complexes, which when detected
early in life, frequently result
in a complete cure.
Missing Persons Sought
The National Council of Jewish
Women is trying to locate the fol-
lowing people and is requesting
that anyone having information
atout them should call the coun-
cil office at 3-6554.
Fridrich Nachman. Jewish
Camp, Girvat Awoda B14, Saal-
felden, Austria, is seeking Jacob
Feilschuss, formerly of Brooklyn,
New York, now reported to be
living somewhere in Miami.
Riva Goreshnik, in Odessa,
Russia, is seeking her brother-in-
law. Louis Horeshnik and his wife
Bessie last known address Louis
Furniture Store, 235 N.E. or S.E.
79th St., Miami, Fla.
Bernhard Gruenfeld, of Buch-
arest, is seeking Siegmund Ran-
ker, last known address 844 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Al Felman and Family|
241 S.W. 51st Place Coral Gables, Fla.
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of Criminal
Court
To Our Many Jewish Friends and
Customers A Most Happy
New Year
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
y*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Elect rolux
Corporal inn
172 N. E. 40th Street
PHONE 7-7502
Support Proposals
PARIS, (JTA)The French
delegation at the United Nations
will fully support the recom-
mendations on Palestine con-
tained in Bernadotte's report, it
was learned here this week fol-
lowing the issuance of a com-
munique by the French govern-
ment.
The communique stated that
the French government considers
that Bernadotte's report as a
whole constitutes a useful basis
for negotiations. An outline of
Bernadotte's report was presented
to the Cabinet by Foreign Minis-
ter Robert Schuman. The Council
of Ministers expressed gratifica-
tion over the fact that the report
recommends the internationaliza-
tion of the Holy Places in Jeru-
salem.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
Henry S. Greenbaum
DIAMOND SETTER
Seybold Bldg. Miami
Phone 3-0156
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
Dade County Solicitors Office
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Tilecraft, Inc.
1356 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 82-6886
Filing
For Hotels, Apartments,
Residences Projects
Phone 9-7297 I. TOBY. Pres.
TOBY I IIA I ItH. IXC.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
LICENSED, BONDED AND INSURED
1936 S. W. 8th Street Miami, Fla.
LISTEN TO THE
Jewish
Musical Hour
WBAY1490 on Your
Dial
Every Friday from 11 A.M.
to 12 Noon
Every Sunday from 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M.
A PROGRAM OF POPULAR,
CLASSICAL AND
LITURGICAL MUSIC
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
WELCOME 5709
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Miami Provision Cmnpany
1062 N. W. 22nd Street maad ^
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Linda Brands, Inc.
"KOSHER PROVISIONS"
10 S. E. 5th Street Tel. 82-2731 Miaou, Fk
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Peoples Meat Supply
2323 N. E. Miami Court Miami, Fla
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS AND MEMBERS
May lair Bridge Club
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Roth
2600 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Miami Produce Co.
1083 N. W. 21st Terrace Miami, Fla
Everything for, the Motorist
Your Smooth Tires have
more TRADE-IN Value
when you buy
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Jews In Sports
mThe annXf^a"nfedtre fT** *?""*" Sid "" Boxing, once a fertile field for
as far as Jewish athletes are con- ;ftproved hlmself a* a consistent the Jewish fighter, no longer
cerned. A digest of the year's 300 hltter a"d long ball clouter. holds too much attraction No
act vines indicates that Jewish Hl* & play has made a Giant | longer do we hear of such names
ssais^pK^z-- moth vssurpnse ofi?s L~nard' z
due. no douht m ,*- ^ A. ...'! .Manafers 0tt and Durocher. who Attell. A good Jewish boxer is a
PAGE SEVENTEEN
are in a comparative period of fill-in nlaver a f. 7- g ,_
ues are greater in other fields, are sad. Sam Nahem is still "a%tr-v rieia are "". But even
to say nothing of the possibility around as a relief hurier for the Weinerg's manager refers to his
trial worldmanenCe ** **+ lhd**ta KSiStat I. not ** as ^ "*1
setting the world afire. The Ch:
rarity these days. Among the
heavyweights Bill Weinberg and
Davey Field are listed. But even
GREETINGS
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Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
As a matter of record, there is
little to gloat about concerning
cago White Sox are expecting bit.
things from Marvin Rotblatt, Un-
the performances of Jewish ath- "versify of Illinois hurler, who !
letes. Perhaps the most outstand-
ing feature of the past twelve
month period is the arrival here
of the famed Hapoel soccer team
of Palestine. At best a better than
average booting aggregation, the
Hapoel squad paved the wav for
the opening of sports relationship
between teams in the States and
Israel. If and when the present
unpleasantness is ironed out in
Israel, bigger and better teams
will make their way to these
shores to tour our country. At
the present time, preliminary
plans are being drawn for the
visits of soccer and basketball
squads.
America's national pastime,
baseball, holds little allure for
players of Jewish extraction.
With the departure of Hank
Greenberg from the active play-
ing field, Sid Gordon moves up
lig:
divisions, Herbie Kror.owitz is
fair in the middleweight class.
while Danny Bartfield could be
a threat for the lightweight title
was signed upon pavment of"a,'f hif balk>' hards did not handi-
^22.000 bonus. Since Rotblatt has' C3p m every other fight- Pros'
received more than six thouo-.d' PGCJf are not tco bri*ht for lhe
dollars, the White Sox must keen i !uddenJ emergence of a second
-im on'their roster permar.entlv I L0na/d, 0r Ross' Boxing mana"
aiter this season or else release t g!rS tel1 y?u that Jewish ^^
h-m to the minors where he will j aW8y rom the fight racket
i ecome subject to draft bv anv 10 aiP0Unt of Persuasion can
lure promising boys into the
game. Only the top men gain fi-
nancial independence and few
Jewish battlers care to give it a
RIDE IN SAFETY
AND COMFORT
IN A
BLUE AND GRAY
CAB
PHONE 2-4141
ether major league nine.
The best bets for advancement
to the majors from their spots
:'n minor league baseball are Al J^''
Rosen with Kansas City and Cal, 0'
Abrams of Mobile. Rosen ~"a' Luckman made a nice
Cleveland farmhand, has shown ; CTk ,n footba11 after a
marked hitting abilitv and will 'ra,her mecl0CrP season the pre-
ur.dobutedly. be recalled. Abram>V1CUS yea" Coach George Halas
is a good hitter, not a long ball'1 for another
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Patrons
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two years of top flight ball after
which the T formation passing
than Rosen,"particularly as far as artle wlU be passed along to
his future with Brooklyn is con- Jonnnv Lujack, Sid's eventual
boy. but fairly consistent. His
chances appear much slimmer
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cerned. Rickey's Dodgers aren't
keen on developing a Jewish ball
player for reasons best known to
as the number one player among | the Brain of Gowanus.
successor Sol Sherman is still
around as passer for the Philiy
Eagles but has yet to set Shibe
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, i948
The oining 'Golden Age' Of
Jewry To America
EDI' "


By DR. ABRAHAM A. NEUMAN
There is a new uwaiwii in & camps of Israel c: t.-.e
emptiness o: modem \-e :r. rfaicb religion has been reiecatea to
a minor place and the Torah which is the heart of the Jewisn
rel gion. baa beer, deserez bv the la:e:y cr.d r.ec'.ectec, clas.
all too frequently is -.he ranla =: Ihe rabbinate. A future for
Torah in Amer -?tc>' *
on in positive terms bv American Christi u P--"-
Israel.' ... .'- raj not a any scale of measurement
g-Jv to s:rtr.g:-vr. .-.:-.- As the first \ictims t tall pre>
e v t will to 1 s that blow upon
have -, mfiueni bs, as i
upon :' "' -:rf P""
malad) | ..: tion, we must : the ::r=: w
Tr.e need I filling -- that the ripe :: tr.-: :<.::.z
with greater spiritual xmteni ests not >n might and matenal-
not limited I ir :-.:. Jewrj am but on the redemptive p
Ihere is a spiritual hung* I the spirit If history imp
in the **ths and na"
fected the soul ::' man Liza- tkms the duty in this
t. r. :- starved spiritual] at th<
roots an I tl ;
moral stultificati The problems fathen found it, in the fount
that plagu< els T rah and
persona] i and interna- fait fort;tud and n :-. u -
tional ecoi antag nisms, to lei 5 our an esl r; ud
political confli U 1st ife are m tiy : i*.::r. :: so-
being in
manifestat: i -" Id is thri tened.
tion and tion. As Not in ui
part of the thugs the
share its guih and faili lories of our prou
unia m- the tTh.r.T : -:
a litary leaders are the seeds o.
doom and destruction ceing
s ,. d for the slaughter of human i
kind.
What is Torah? It is a coat of
... .r, a spiritual grab of
.- _. piety Torah is the em-
it of Jewil Jght and
. n th rep sit ry of Israel*
cxpe::er. vehicle
onion with the In-
r.r.v the medium of divine
and human love: the au-
thoritar an voice. Thou Shalt and
. Shalt Not: the alternating (
, ; divine, thunderous |
ad the warmth of Mes-
i and dreams for Is-
rael and rr.ar.kind. Torah is the
: Israel
tt >* i'-s classic
the insl as m
it ha; tak her But
the Torah in ^ cannot be
ritten word nor
:r. the institu-
beings.
It is 1 Uinj : the livine
spirit in living s as expressed
- genius : Israel.
Wl .: : the future tor Torah
r A- fined. Torah
is th quintessence I Judaism.
There tan be no Judaisn w
of the name without Torah. A must be a future for Torah in
Tcah-less Judaism would be America if our Judaism is to re
pulseless, nerveless, a dead corpse tain the distinctness of fa
without life or potency. There (Continued on Page 27)
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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BEST WISHES
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AND DAUGHTER
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AND SONS
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Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
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Israeli Film Making
By DAVID BROWN
An important step towards the
establishment of a full-blown film
industry in Israel was taken the
other day when Spyros P.
Skouras, president of Twentieth
Century-Fox, undertook the dis-
tribution of '"Israel Reborn." This
one-reel documentary, the first
of the monthly series which is to
have the overall title of "Israel
Today," will thus be shown in
motion picture theaters through-
)ut the world, and will bring to
audiences everywhere a first-
hand account of the creation of
(he Jewish state.
The release by a major film
company of this first document-
ary reel; an arrangement with
Telenews to distribute newsreel
material; and the arrival within
the next two or three months of
'A Place Called Home," the lirst
full-length feature picture to come
out of Israelthese are the three
pillars upon which the structure
of Palestine Films, Inc., produc-
ers of all the above, is being built.
They are the concrete supports
upon which an Israeli film indus-
try becomes less a vision and
more a reality.
Palestine Films is headed by
Norman Lourie, a South African
Jew, and Joseph Krumgold, an
American. Lourie is now in the
United States (on leave from Ha-
ganah, of which he is a member;
and has been conducting active
negotiations for the distribution
and circulation of his company's
vai iegated film output. Krumgold
is in Tel Aviv, where he arrived
from Jerusalem folowing the re-
cent lifting of the Holy City's
sige. Each brings to the new
enterprise a background of solid
experience.
Lourie has been, and still is,
active in distribution and exhibi-
tion of films in South Africa. He
was a correspondent with the
Jewish Brigade during the war
and made a number of docu-
mentary films for and about that
unit of the British Army. Krum-
gold is a former writer of screen-
plays in Hollywood, a producer
of documentary shorts for the
Office of War Information during
the war and wil probably be best-
remembered at the moment as
co-author of "Magic Town."
Lourie is as optimistic about
the film industry in Israel as he
is about Israel itself. "Palestine
is the finest natural studio in
the world," he declared, "with
a climate much like that of South-
ern California, but better. There's
sunshine ten months of the year
and every type of topography for
location shooting within a two-
hour drive. There are mountains,
plains, desert, forests, wide
beaches, ocean and the remark-
able Sea of Galilee." .
The plan of Palestine films is to
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Bedouins Fight
For Israel
By BEN LEVITAN
Among the Israeli Army Forces
on the northern front is a tribe
of Bedouin, led by a veteran com-
mander of the Palmach.
The home of the tribe of Hib,
which numbers some 500 souls,
is the village of Tuba, about
three miles south of Mishmar
Hayarden. Under British Manda-
tory rule, the tribesmen lived by
smuggling, highway robbery and
the like; and their varied, if un-
lawful, occupations brought them
into constant conflict with other
Bedouin tribes across the Syrian
border, which were similarly en-
gaged. The British sometimes
made use of the Hib tradesmen to
curb the activity of the Syrian
Bedouin, who used to carry out
forays across the border.
On one occasion the elders of
Hib decided to sell part of their
village land. They approached the
proper authority, the Arab Na-
tional Fund, and offered the land
at a bargain price. But the Fund
tried to swindle them. It paid out
only part of the purchase price,
and made arrangements to trans-
fer the whole of the land to an
Arab notable who happened to be
a prominent official of the Fund.
The Sheikh of the tribe thereupon
went to the Jews and offered the
land to them, and even managed
to secure the agreement of the
Fund to this step, since it was un-
able to find the necessary means
to complete the purchase. Despite
this, however, the Arab notables
proclaimed the Sheikh a traitor
to his people, and threatened him
with death.
Sheikh Abu Yusuf Ihein, who
rules the tribe of Hib, is a strong-
willed man of about sixty. He is
a born leader, and his tribesmen
accept his leadership without
question. Nor is his authority con-
fined to his own tribe: he is the
final arbiter on points of law
and in disputes over a consider-
able area around his village. A
man such as he was not to be
intimidated by the threats ol
the so-called '"nationalist'' nota-
olcs: he bought arms and made
ready to defend himself.
When Syria declared war on
the infant state of Israel, Sheikh
Abu Yusuf approached the Israel
Army authorities and sought
their protection. He also offered
his services in the fight against
the common foe.
In this, however, not all mem-
bers of the tribe followed theii
leader's injunction. The Sheikh's
brother took a group of men with
him and crossed the border into
ayria. There was even a case
where a family was broken up
over this issue: the father went
to Syria, while his son remainea
cehind with the Sheikh.
The Israeli Army accepted the
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
Radio's New Comedy Genius
By LEON GUTTERMAN changednobody
HOLLYWOOD He's famous
for making the great laugnmak-
ers themselves laugh most, at
Hollywood's funniest private
parties. He's long been the en-
tertainer's favorite performer, the
comedian's funniest comic, the
wit's sharpest wit! And for years,
Abe Burrows has also been one
of radio's great comedy-writers,
heading up Duffy Tavern's stable
of scriptwriters, and gagsters;
writing his sharp-edge, sparkling
comedy for Joan Davis, Dinah
Shore and others.
Last summer the Columbia
Broadcasting System sat him
down t> a coast-to-coast micro-
phone, and proved something else
about him ... in sound! For Abe
is now revealing to millions what
the great comedians like Cantor,
Benny, Marx, Hope, Skelton and
other have always known: that
no one can get as many laughs pleasantly amazed. Bowing in on
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
knows into
what."
Abe has great faith in the
American public, and will argue
both loud and long with anyone
who professes to believe that the
average American is no smarter
than a reasonably bright twelve-
year-old. In fact, his most de-
vastating satire is directed at
songs, travelogues and other en-
tertainment forms which proceed
on the assumption that the aver-
age citizen is not overly in-
telligent.
Still, when he first performed
for the general public in an audi-
tion aimed at determining wheth-
er or not his satires were too
"smart" for popular tastes, Abe
had his misgivings. His theories
about public intelligence, as well
2S his act, were on trial. His suc-
cess did not surprise Burrows,
but the degree of it left him
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out of a Burrows songs as Bur-
rows; no one can get the laughs
out of his lines that he himself
does.
Listen to him any Saturday
night on CBS and you'll hear
what they mean. Without excep-
tion, the nation's critics have
called it the best comedy-satire
of our time, in any medium, any-
where. (See Look, Time, Satur-
day Evening Post, Newsweek,
Variety or any of the others.)
Many reasons have been ad-
vanced for the steadily increas-
ing success of this satirist. Abe
has what is known in the trade
as a good press. He has beer
called "the freshest personality to
hit the airwaves in years." And
that adjective has summed up
generally the attitude of the
scribes. Fresh, that is, in both
its literal and elastic sense.
Descriptions of his voice range
all the way from "the croak of ;.
bullfrog with a Brooklyn accent'
to "the velvet foghorn." Novelist
Sinclair Lewis says he sounds
like "a bum who went to col
lege." Abe's own words are, "I'm
a former boy soprano whose voice
CBS in July, 1947, he clicked so
solidly that he started 1948 with
an important sponsor.
Dismissing raves that his show
is now, fresh, Abe says: "It's the
jldest formula in the world, a
luy talking and saying what he
thinks." It just happens that cer-
tain things look funny to him,
jcrtain pompous thinks seem
eminently in need of deflating
and Abe is just the guy to do the
deflating.
Cliches in the writing of pop-
ular music must have prompted
Abe to divide songs into cate-
gories. Typical are such original
tunes as "Father Wants To Start
a Third PartyHe's been Thrown
Out of Iwo Tonight," a political-
type song; "While We Were Rid-
ing Through The Cactus, I Got
Stuck On You," a western-tvpe
love song; "Take Some Honey
from a Bee and You've Got We,"
a recipe type song. Other origin-
als of his are, "Why Shouldn't
You Look So Well-Fed, Darling
You Ate Up A Hunk of My
Heart';; "Oh How We Danced On
The Night We Were Wed, I Need-
ed A Wife Like A Hole In The
Head;" "When Your Hair Has
Turned To Silver, I Will Love
You Just The Same As I Did
Through All The Other Colors."
Abe heckles a great variety of
things, including himself, but he
never satirizes anything "real,"
anything that comes from the
hea-t. "I have a great respect for
people." he says. "They have a
capacity for anything. What ir-
ritates me is when the smart guys
take something from the people
and make it phony, make it false
ana pretentious. Like those overly
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happy
NEW YEAl
Mr. and Mr*.
IfAUK Y SIRKI>
difficulty -
% r.undreds of Jew_
:,---, ,--- tel] fee age o:
sen She *" dressec
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PASS rAOIIDNI CO.
(Not Inc.)
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
Painting Decorating Wall Papering
Licensed Insured
2741 S. W. 5th St Phn -5971
SPENCE H. PASS, Owner
SINCERE WISHES
for
A Most ffllWH New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
SHEPARD BROAD
AND FAMILY
Y<
A --
a.
- and 5 Pressed ** '' :: t:-
... '_:-*".-'" furiously escape the hai
ou. and tried t: ;--" r.:-::=.e
-: ; ngarette and knew

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FCP.
A
HAPPY
NE W YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIE BANDEL
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learned Hebrew and a little
: ippi- mmpleted. lou
forgot h ite. I arr.
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'-'"- .- earette and leaned back in
rrur.g >ut N. matter how
-.; j ard them
-----_ --_;; ;;..;:. 3 f. v." C V dvi-T^ tO -CaVe
nmune If nly you
and take their hands
- ith an >pen heart, even
-: rhe bitter memories.
-. .-._- ^,.r~.r in the Straight-
:': aim It too
Best Wishes
For a Very
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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and Family
MIAMI BEACH
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look at her, the 50-yearK.ld
_\ -" -; \ _. j L to. it d i m some negative
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it the answer will
"-. : laU Her voice was torn and
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t right about 1 sounded.
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.. r it this ..... be too late
an to faU, not in a torrent of emo-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Phone 7-6288
SHEET METAL SPECIALTY CO.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL
CONTRACTORS
187 N. W. 54thJ3treet Miami 38, Florida
B. C. TILLER R- M. BOTTOM
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and DAUGHTER
AND
EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
1726 N. W. 36th Street pkne 2"6550

--. iduy .patiently. It was al-
and t. but this was your
BEST WISHES
TO ALL .
a tte ar.d n tic tl t when you struck
it was an angry, bitter gesture
-/.. r. ... ad your eyes could not'
t though *'ere You felt your
lifficulty. You listened
red her rds -.* ays
[was told that I
:- ,.;-... They bad kept me in an
- years and I -:d not care what hap-
We felt then that it was our
- brought to heaven and
.....i rot and die This what happens to the
- -: u ":' nevei -.--.and, you are not a
'katzetrak I are a special breed.
Bat the 'i- because after the liberation I
I and alwajrs I had dreamt
land. So I got oetter and on the night they
. ive the hospital, I had a
im 1 dreamt that I will become young
again and bfe again only if I stand near the
Wailing the sounding of the Shofar on
the R. .-. H asl nah
earn is I ... but most of the time
I know that it What I have seen makes me believe
mytrking i I an ..._ in years and I have in my heart
life I.: me, as trough I will rise from
ack to life in our country.
CASEY PIANO CO.
AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS
2242 S.W. 8th St. Miaml Fla'
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Phon. 7-1675 "14 4,h ^
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BONDED ROOFERS
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORKERS
TILE ROOFS
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AIR DUCTS
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:r.- grave a..- z. aacn ... ui cuunirj
... AiiirthEII ''" liberation in tr.e DP ca
nAKJ I HArrll haver.-: Now I know the dream mi
I/MM VIIMI I a-i-fc
mps and I
ust be true.
Pan American Bank
Building
:or noxr.. :.- ..-.:.
Please, make a tnira le :' me, send me among the first. I must
hear the Shofai in J r. Please ."
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Building Construction
Quarry Keystone
PHONE 89-2424
485 N. W. 54th Street
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
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LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS
Phones 48-246548-9862
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The f' e wink
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Q. Why if it universal cus-
tom among Jews to celebrate
two days as Rosb Hashanah and
not one day like the secular
New Year? (submitted by F. M..
Philadelphia)
A. There are two types of rea-
sons for observing the Jewish
New Year as a two-day instead
of a one-day holiday. One of
the.*e is historical. The other is
symbolic. In ancient times, when
the new month was ascertained
by the appearance of the new
moon, there was a difference of
time between the observance of
festivals in Palestine and in the
rest of the world.
In Palestine, where the official
witnesses could convey their re-
port in time, only one day was
observed for each festival. OuV-
.side of Palestine, where it was
difficult to ascertain the exact day
of the beginning of the month,
two days were observed for each
festival, so as to be sure of ob-
serving the actual day of the
festival. In the case of Rosh
Hashanah, even in Palestine two
days were observed.
Some sources claim another
type of reason for the two-day
observance of Roth Hashanah.
Since Rosh Hashanah is the day
upon which human life is judged,
it is felt that the procedure
should follow the pattern set for
law courts according to religious
law. The Talmud states that when
trying a man for his life, judges
cannot pass judgment in one day.
At least two days must be spent
in consideration of the case. Con-
sequently, the divine tribunal is
not supposed to pass judgment
upon human life in one day; but
rather takes the minimum of two
days. And so we observe two
days as Rosh Hashanah.
Q. What are the "Aseres
Yemay TeshuTah?"
A. "Aseres Yemay Teshuvah"
is the Hebrew term for the "Ten
Days of Rependtance." This is the
name given to the ten days that
run from the first day of Rosh
Hi'shanah through Yom Kippur,
since Rosh Hashanah begins on
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VENETIAN BLINDS
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from
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724 N. W. 21st Street
Quiz Box
the first of the month of Tishrai,
and Yom Kippur falls on the
tenth. These ten days are days
of intensive penitence and fer-
vent prayer. Some sects even fast
during these ten days.
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Q. What is the origin of the
importance given these days?
A. The Talmud divides hu-
mn.ity into three categories be-
fore the bar of pudgment. The
perfect man's fate is immediate-
ly sealed for the good on Rosh
Hashanah. The extremely evil
person's destiny is immediately
sealed for the evil on that day.
Those that rest between the two
extremes are given a chance be-
tween the beginning of the year
until the Day of Atonement to
repent and cleanse themselves of
guilt.
From this, the Rabbis went on
to add that no man should con-
sider himself perfectly good
no." should he judge his neighbor
tn be entirely sinful. It therefore
follows that our case lies some-
where between these two ulti-
mate*. Consequently we set aside
these days to repent for the sins
of the past year.
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Q. What is the historical
significance of these days?
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
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FAMILY
of the
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675 N. W. 5th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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PHONE 2-8335
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A. Later rabbinic literature
has not spared its pages to ac-
count for the varied significance
ol this period. Rabbi Nehurai is
quoted as saying that these ten
days of "breathing space" were
given to Israel in recognition of
Uie ten tests to which the patri-
asch Abraham was put to test his
faith in God. In this light it is
chimed that these ten days also
s'gnify Abraham's insistence upon
saving the evil cities of Sodom
tnd Gomorrah if there be at least
ten righteous men. To us it signi-
fies that if we can spend at least
ten righteous days successively,
we deserved to be saved and for-
given. Rabbi Abba is quoted as
saying that these ten days were
given Israel in which to repent
because the Patriarch Jacob
counted his possessions in tens
and gave one out of every ten
away as tithe.
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GREETINGS MR. and MRS.
$ HENRY SHIER
C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) and FAMILY AND HENRY'S
Established 1804 AUTO PARTS
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street 2038 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phone 3-6481 PHONE 3-1427
Happy 1% #m? Year
V
Mr. and Mrs. ffEdw." Mrt*er
Season's Greetings!
Smith Boulevard
Pharmacy
79th Street and Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 7-5567
607 East Las Olai Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale
Phone 37
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and Family
extend cotcUcU
Tfetv'tyeiMA
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OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MERCANTILE
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of
MIAMI BEACH
MARCIE LIEBERMAN
Vice President
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALL
EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP
What Sort of Government
1116 15th Street
Miami Beach

A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc.
' Poise Is Your Crown o: Beauty"
10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Florida
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT
BROUSSARDS
OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC AT
10390 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 6-1117
CLOSED MONDAYS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
A Complete Line of Clay, Ceramic and Decorative Tiles
IXITED ART TILE I'D.
Incorporated
By PHILIP RUBIN
Bv the time this arti le ap-
5 in print peace, let us -ope.
e been established m the
youni 51 ; '' the
-uesti ^ b pem anent govern-
I : reolace I present pro-
ne, with the
ption fa Constituti r. to
gov rnment.
tual The cit
f Israel
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for a 1
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I the
.....th
I should
inction
.-. itiz< ns oi
ruiot, nor d -" to-
ilet ate t them as to the kind of
.,, aid have,
fee: a
SEASON'S
3 R E E TI N G S
State
Finance Co.
1160 West Flagler Street
8222 N. E. 2nd Ave.
AUTO FISASCISC
PHONE 3-8792
CONTRACTORS
4701 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 78-3261
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Phone 2-8185
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wont You
Hav-a-Tampa
Cigar?
"They're Better"
Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacio Company
73 N.W. Eighth Street
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wright lloH'l Equipment Co.
INCORPORATED
132 N.E. Eleventh Street Phone 3-4741
We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock
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COMPLETE PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE
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Xuta's
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1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
ip to the new-born state we
have a right, perhaps even a duty,
to give them our opinion on this
grave matter if we think that by
adopting the wrong course in the
final working out of their Con-
stitution they will be weakening
.-elves and exposing them-
s to unnecessary dangers.
As to the spirit which should
animate the permanent Israeli
rnment, discussions have al-
ready begun. Should there be a
Church, as in England, or
should church and state be separ-
as in the United States and
France? Should the legal code go
back to the Talmud or should the
n-.ore modern British-American
Common Law or the French
Napoleonic be adopted? These are
highly important questions which
ill affect the daily life of the In-
habitants of Israel, questions.
however, uDon which this writer
not fe'el capable of express-
ing anv worthwhile opinion.
But it is the governmental
structure that Israel should rear.
specifically the relationship be-
tween the executive ar.d the leg-
tive branches, that I wish to
Us uss mainly in this article.
Hi re, I imagine, the constitution-
makers of Israel, which will be a
ratic republic, will be
led mainly by. the govern-
tal structures of the United
s. Fiance, "and the British
countries. Swiss governmental
system will probably not merit
. -. attention.
The question of the relation-
ship between the executive and
slative powers of a country is
;>- important because upon it
nds the strength of a govern-

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mer.t, its responsibility to public
opinion, its honesty, its true re-
presentative character. The
American system, I am afraid,
does not meet the test, as even
such a good and great American
as Woodrow Wilson held. The
President here is the chief ex-
ecutive, congress is the legislative
power and the two are supposed
to be separate. Yet the President
has the right to veto bills passed
by congress and can issue execu-
tive orders which are sometimes
very similar to laws, while con-
gress on the other hand can null-
ify an executive order by special
enactment. The Vice President is
the presiding officer of the Senate
where he can vote in case of a
tie: on the other hand he often
sits in on cabinet sessions. The
American President and Vice
President, then, have combined
executive and legislative func-
tions, and so the separation of
powers is a myth.
Does the American system re-
present a system of checks and
balances, as it is often said tn do?
That would be highly desirable.
if it were so, since in a well-
functioning democracy the execu-
tive and the Legislature should be
working togethe-. not separately,
but should at the same time be
j held responsible to each other
for their acts and should, in case
of disagreement between them, be
forced to submit their quarrel to
the ultimate judge, the citizens
for their vote of confidence or
lack of confidence in one or the
other. The American constitution-
al system does not allow such
checks and balances. In case of
disagreement between President
and congress over an important
issue neither the President re-
signs nor is congress dissolved, so
that the voters have no chance
to express themselves on the
matter.
The American system, I should
say, is one of perpetual clash be-
tween the executive and legisla-
tive powers. It keeps government
weak, often irresponsible and
sometimes leads to corruption.
There are two reasons why the
American Constitution hasn't
been changed in this respect since
its adoption: First, the influence
of Jefferson's semi-anarchistic
philosophy of "that government
is best which governs ieast,"
which fitted in very well with the
GREETINGS
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PHONE 4-32S4 ..... ___________
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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78 Collins Avenue P*>one 5-9155
Our Sincere Wishes to Jewry At Large
For A Happy and Prosperous New Year
WST FLAGLGk
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JACOR SIIKR. President

Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
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PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
American agricultural society of
Jefferson's time, and secondly,
the power of business later on,
which wanted to keep the Amer-
ican government weak so that
private monied interests, big cor-
oorations, should have the upper
hand over it. Some day, perhaps,
inthe near future, America may
wake up to find it needs strong,
responsible and truly representa-
tive government and then th
constitution will have to be al-
tered in many respects.
Under the French system of
government the President, who is
not elected by the people but by
parliament, has no real executive
powers, his functions being main-
ly ceremonial like that of the
British King. The executive power
is in Ihe hands of a cabinet, head-
ed by a premier, which sits in
parliament and can be unseated
by parliament through a vote of
no confidence. But the cabinet,
on the other hand, hasn't the
power to dissolve parliament and
put the issue of its disagreement
with parliament before a vote of
the people, as is the case with
the British system. This and the
system of proportional represent-
ation makes for a multiplicity of
parties in the French parliament
and means that the government
of the daythe cabinethas no
solid majority, only a temporary
coalition of parties, to lean upon
for support. Thus French gov-
ernment, too, is rendered: weak
and its parliament, like the Amer-
ican congress, often acts as an
irresponsible body, maneuvering
to throw out a cabinet only be-
cause thereby some small party
might gain an advantage.
Under the British system (and
that means not only England but
all the Dominions a well), which
the Scandinavians, the Dutch and
the Belgians have followed, Par-
liament wields a stick over the
cabinet through its right of giving
it a vote of no confidence, while
the cabinet holds an equal power
over parliament through its right
of dissolving it and calling for a
popular election. Thus the cabi-
net is a! le to hold its party ma-
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jority in line, since the threat of
being obliged to run again for a
seat in Parliament in mid-term
is a very serious one for the in-
dividual legislator, while at the
same time the party majority
may, if it wishes, vote no con-
fidence in the government if it
thinks the issue is serious enough
to risk a new election. Further-
more, the British countries have
no proportional representation of
paities in parliament, so that
many small parties are not en-
couraged to grow and make the
government dependent on their
precarious good will by their ad-
herence to a coalition of parties.
Thus among all the democracies
in the world the British, and
those countries which follow their
system with differenet variations,
have the strongestmost respons-
ible and most representative-
government.
I do not think there is a chance
that the people of Israel will
adopt the American governmental
system of perpetual legislative
executive clashes, since most of
the people there have lived undei
European system of cabinet gov-
ernment and have been accus-
tomed to thinking of political
democracy in those terms. I
think, however, that there is dan-
ger that they might find, mainly
for reasons of sentiment and of
kinship of temperament between
Jews ana French, that the French
system of parliamentary irre-
sponsibility and governmental
weakness is preferable to the
British system of mutual re-
sponsibility. There is an under-
standable dislike in Israel today
toward the Britihs because of the
attitude taken toward the Jewish
state by the Atlee-Bevin Labor
governmen during the past few
years. There is also a kinship be-
tween the Jewish and French
political temperament in that
Jews, like the French, tend to
cling passionately to party ideo-
logies and to split off from ar
older party and form a new one
on only a slight pretext.
However, in this vital matter of
getting strong, responsible and
truly representative government
may I suggest to the citizens of
Israel that they do some hard
thinking instead of letting them-
selves be carried away by emo-
tion. After all, the British govern
mental structure is not the same
thing as Foreign Minister Bevin.
who may not even be Foreign
Minister any more by the time
this article is published; it is no<
only England, but also Canada
and Australia and South Africa
and New Zealand, some of whon
have been very friendly to Zion-
ism in recent times. And as to the
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(Continued from Pag* 1*1
Sheikh's offer, and the command-
er-in chief on the Northern Front
l te<] a veteran Palmach of-
,, to msuhm command ol the
I besmen This officer's father
had for yean accompanied soo
logical and othe expeditions into
what was thon reniotr and lnse-
,,v territorj He himsell had
watchma tii v"
:,nd against armed trespi u
ere,
TV,,. 0ff ce ci '> came
to Tel Aviv or leave, gave an ao
couni of thr exploits ol his Pr
v.
Tho firsl actions In which nis
unit took part were raids or, the
villages of enemj Arabs on both
, the bordei Thosr opera
5 Wen e* led ou1 in coopera-
tion tli Israel A -mj units, in
eluding ions of thr Pal
h Tv,r tribesmen proved
, v-es able fighters undo;
,., unaccustomed conditions of
modem warfare Tho stood up
v0 determined Syrian attacks,
and hold on grimly >" f,cc oi
, h< fire. The Syrians were
annoyed bj the ac
he 1 ibesmen in Joinms
th jews, i d subjected the i
Tuba to sholiinc and
bombing
\, ,. r,.,)i v el i te istic in
cWen1 to the course of one raid
, Bedouin w Wiled, "d Mi
bod, WM left on the battlefield.
ri- dead man. womenfolk im-
plored the Israeli commander to
recover his body; but it was to-
posrible to return to the scene
ol the raid This answer, how-
ever, aid not satisfy the women.
and they made the commanders
ISeamiiars by Importuning him
,o recover the body.
At this juncture the Sheikh
Stepped in. Summoning all the
Jomen of the tribe, he addressed
them as follows:
Listen o women' Many, many
Lean ago. a woman came-to-the
Sheikh and besought his help, as
, son was lying mortally sick.
The She.kh went to her dwelling
and found the child in the throes
ol death wishing to cairn the
woman he covered the child s
face and said: "Now the child to
sweating; doubtless he wiU get
well Go thou to thy neighbors
and procure a vessel into which
to pom the remedy that l win
prepare Put go only to a house
whose inmates have never lost
one dear to them.
The woman did the Sheikhs
ding. All day she went with a
bitter heart from house to house
and from village to village, bu:
v ,-onlri not find a family that
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Here is another example of the
Sheikh's wisdom.
The Bedouin fighters did not
take kindly to the tin hat, and in
fact flatly refused to wear it in
battle "It's hot and uncomfort-
able" they would protest. Any-
wav we aren't used to it. We
fight the way we have always
fought, and as our fathers fought
before us." They persisted in their
refusal to wear tin hats, even
after several of their number had
received head wounds from shell
splinters and bullets.
One day they came to the
Sheikh to complain about the
commander-s insistence on this
sore point. The Sheikhs reply-
was once again by way of a
parable.
"Listen, my sons. he said.
Two men once climbed a fig-
tree to steal fruit. One of them
removed his shoes and placed
them at the foot of the tree. The
other put his shoes in his bosom.
and followed his companion into
the tree. Said the first: 'Why
takest thou thy those seeing
that thou art anyway in the tree?'
To which his fellow replied:
And what shall we do if the
owner of the fig-tree should sud-
denlv appear' We shall have to
flee." and then I shall be bettei
placed than thou. I shall run and
have mv shoes with me: but thou
she could not finrt a iamu> > nave mj .. ..... -------
had k own no loss. Everywhere must think only of the.runiung
, .-1 k..,i the death ,^h ,-anst eive no heed to tn\
ghe heard tales about the d. I
,M deal ones At dusk she re-
turned, without the vessel for the
remedy. .
Then the Sheikh said to net
Thou sees*,, woman, that thy sor-
.. w is not peculiar to thee. Every
family has to bear the affilictions
< s ted upon II by God. The Lord
hath given, and the Lord hath
inker away.'
"Thou, too," said the Sheikh
turning to the bereaved woman,
1 stand that Jew-
ish soldiers fall in battle, and that
the\ also have so: owi g mo-
thers and sisters The evil chance
befall when it is impossible
' (I iftiyni*^" bodies of the dead
straightway
The Bedouin tt.Vhc was plac-
atad bj this parable, anJ'"'*Zavf'
th( Jewish commander his faV.'J
I hrinp back her son's body.
and canst give no heed to thy
shoes. A man should always be
prepared.' You. too. my sons,
should be prepared against every
eventuality."
Since then the tribesmen of Hib
have always gone into battle
wearing steel helmets.
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+JmM fhridton
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
The Coming 'iioldeii Age" Of
fewry To America
(Continued from Page 18)
moral, religious perceptions, if
indeed it is to regain the power
to influence the future cause of
Cl A renaissance of Jewish culture
in America, a creative future for
Torah is within the power of our
L> to attain. Will American
Jewish leadership rise to the
elorv of that vision? Only if the
rabbis and educators, scholars
and heads of the institutions of
higher learning have the zeal to
inspire and the courage to lead.
Our lav leaders are displaying
heroic courage in shouldering
enormous responsibilities for the
physical sustenarfce and the re-
setting precedents of philan-
thropy and human engineering
that reflect the wisdom and com-
passion of the Jewish heart. But
that leadership has not developed
t,ic keen sensitivity and sacrifical
devotion for Torah which is so
essential for the rebirth of a
creative spirit in American Juda-
ism. The fulfillment of the destiny
of American Judaism will be re-
tarded, if not thwarted, till there
will be a spiritual revolution in
the attitude of the leaders of
American Jewry toward Jewish
learning and cultural institutions.
The term "the Golden Age of
the Jews in Spain," used so glib-
ly, was more than a gilded phrase
Literally great riches of gold were
poured out for institutions of
learning inspired by the love of
Torah. by devotion to God and
overflowing faith in the abund-
ance of Israel's spiritual riches.
Till the day comes when this
attitude becomes the dominant
mood and conviction of American
Jewish leadership it behooves the
spiritual leaders to guard to
cherish and to nurture this ideal
in our midst.
Above all, the guardianship of
the ideal of Torah must be as-
sumed by those who are charged
with the direction of our institu-
tions of learning. They mast be
jealous guardians, jealous in
carrying out their charge with in-
tegrity, watchful against the in-
trusion of popular idols into the
sanctuary of learning. They must
have the courage to resist the
lure of popular appeal, especially
that most insinuating appeal to
'.he craven fears induced by anti-
Semitism. A people grows spirit-
ually through the strength of
moral conviction not by flight
to protective covering. It is high
time that we utter the stern
warning: Jewish life is in danger
of being debauched by the pan-
dering of professionals to the
fears and weakness of American
Jewry. Good-will and amity
among the faiths and peoples are
ardently desired by all God-lov-
ing people. But like the bluebird
of happiness they are rarely at-
tainable through frantic pursuit.
Our institutions of learning are
the most effective carriers of
good-will only by indirection: by
training rabbis, scholars and
teachers steeped in the knowl-
edge of Judaism; still more, by
fostering research and investiga-
tion which are the basis of all
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subsequent philosophic and his-
toric structures of Jewish life;
by the publication' of learned
works on religion, history and
literature. In the entire range of
Jewish writings, no single great
work of thought or spirit was
ever inspired by the motive to
please or appease.
A noble future for Torah in
America is visible on the horizon.
It is carried on the wings of his-
tory. Its realization is the destiny
of American Judaism. As Babylon
carried the torch for Palestine;
as Spain together with France
and Germany lifted the banner
that fell from the grasp of the
Gaonate leadership in Babylon;
as Poland forged to the front
when other Jewries fell back; as
Judaism came to life in the Otto-
man Empire and in Palestine
after the debacle in Eastern
Europe until Poland and Lith-
uania were once more flourish-
ing centers for Torah and mys-
ticism; as Germany came to lead-
ership in the nineteenth century
by breathing new life into mod-
ern Judaism through "Judische
Wissenschaft," so it is American
Jewry which is now sternly cast
in the role of spiritual leadership
in the Jewish world. We cannot
falter. We dare not fall. America
will lift high the banner of
Torah.
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+Jewist ftcricfian
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1949
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Radio's New Comedy Genius
(Continued from Page 21)
sentimental popular son^s. Or
those documentaries."
There i; a fine distinction be-
tween humor and comedy even
th"Uf,h mosi of us don't take the
trouble to draw that hairline of
difference. When we talk of
comedians we mean performers
like Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny
and Bob Hope. When we talk of
humorists, we think of the fellow
who creates humor. A humorist
ran make us chuckle with what
he makes up out of his own head;
a comedian will not only make
us snicker, but also laugh right
fioni the pit of our stomachs.
Abe Burrows, no doubt, is a
comedian but he is that rare avis,
that is, both comedian and humor-
ist. For example, on the subject
of mod ion picture actors" op
of modion picture bcmot up- __. .,
tions he explains the "dropping two children. His method of pian
of an option is the same thing Paving is completely unorthodox,
as in any ordinary business wher
the boss says Til trouble you foi
the key to the washroom"." Wil.
Rogers, the late Sholem Aleicherr
and Robert Benchley were humor-
ists. Abe has been a humorist
for years. Long before he ever
went on a program of his own
he created humor for other come-
dians to perform.
On the subject of his shiny bald
head, Abe once asked, "How do
you like my crew haircut?" There
was a laugh and he was encour-
aged. He went on. '"No kidding
it's on purpose. I had it cut like
this for a picture." Later he ex-
tended this remark. "Don't laugh
It's nine cool in summer. Be-
side vou don't have a lot of girls
running their fingers through
your hair. And say, if any of you
fellow swant to look like this.
Tm putting out a preparatior
called 'Stay-Bald.' It prevents the
growth of unsightly hair on the
head."
And recently to add to the
humor derived from the capillary
sparseness of his skull, said Abie
-Incidentall, lots of you who have
written for my picture, please
be patient the picture has
Leon, taken but there's a big re-
touching job. The photographic,
felt that my bald head makes the
picture too glarey so he's work-
in.-* or n process for growing hair
on negatives. Another man sug-
gested in the place where my hair
used to be I ought to put a calen-
dar. But I'm going to send the
picture out as it is. You'll find
the bald spot very convenient foi
memos find telephone messages."
is both, the performer knows
what the writer is trying to say.
Abe Burrows is 37, a native
New Yorker, a veteran of Holly-
wood. He majored in Latin at
the College of the City of New
York and at New York Universi-
ty. He was also a certified ac-
countant, Wall Street clerk, run-
ner and board boy, and salesman
of cample syrup, wallpaper and
clothing labels. Even after he be-
gan writing scripts for radio, he
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The humorist writes the lines,
continued to sell labels and be-
came known around Radio Row
as "Abel the Label Man"a name
that still sticks!
After submitting gags to radir
shows now and then was signed
for "Texaco Star Theater" ir
1930. After that, scripting for the
then Ed Gardner's "Tis Is New
York" program on CBS, Abe in-
troduced the character "Archie,"
which in turn inspired formatior
of "Duffy's Tavern." In Holly-
wood Abe wrote for many of the
topranking radio programs a.'
well. Then in 1947, CBS pre-
miered the Abe Burrows Show
which Abe owns, and for which
he writes all material, including
lyrics and music for his zany
;ongs and the patter that sanri-
viches his lyrical satirics.
Abe is married, has a wife and
Self-taught, he says his fingering
s all wrong "but somehow it
^ets on top of a tune." He enjoys
being sa'iiical, but feels some
hings simply can't be satirized.
His advice to budding satirists:
The difficulty increases in direct
proportion to the excellence of
he original product." Abe be-
ieves that many a sin of racial
bigotry is perpetrated under the
?uise and humor, and such stuff
is strictly outno matter how
big a laugh must be sacrificed.
I asked Abe to describe him-
self for the many readers of this
article who have probably heard
im on the air but don't know
vhat he looks like. Here is Abe's
omplete picture of himself:
I've got the kind of face girls
describe as interesting and I
got a kind of a cute twinkle in
my glasses. I don't know what
else I can tell you about myself.
Oh. yi s, I have no mustache .
but this is balanced by the fact
that I have harly any hair. You
ee, no hair, no mustache .
it's a set! In fact I look like
jiuy who has spent a couple of
hours in a pencil sharpener. But
I wonder what's really going to
happen when television takes
>ver. It's no problem to the pretty
joys, but what about us fellows
who are just wholesome looking?
Well, SO much for my looks. Looks
iren'j ev< rything ?nd. in my case.
they .iren't anything."
Abe claims he isn't at all
worried about the future. "I was
hrewd enough to prepare myself
50 that I can be completely inde-
pendent of this whole business,"
he says. "I've been taking a course
in how to live without eating."
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
Jewish Musical Hour
WBA'X
Friday, II a.m.Sunday, 10 p.m.
Wishes to thank his sponsors for
their kind co-operation and ex-
tends best wishes to his listeners
and to all Jewry for a very Happy
New Year.
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Jews In Sports
(Continued from Page 17)
Park afire. In college ball, Dan
Dworsky developed into a center
of Ail-American caliber at Mich-
igan and is expected to improve
himself in his final season at
Ann Arbor.
In college basketball, Dan For-
man, Adolph Schayes and Joel
Kaufman were the mainstays of
N.Y.U. Forman made the Nation-
al Association of Basketball
Coaches All-American team. His
college career is finished as is
Schayes'. The latter has been
drafted by New York in the
E.A.A. and Moline in the National
League. By the time this story
appears in print there is a likeli-
hood that Adolph will sign with
the Phillips Oilers of A.A.U. and
Olympic team fame. Nelson Bobb
was the star of Temple's aggrega-
tion, while Bob Allen played reg-
ularly with the DePaul five
which appeared in the Metro-
politan Invitation tourney.
Among the pros, Max Zaslofsky
of the Chicago Stags was out-
standing. He led the B.A.A. scor-
ers and ended the season as the
unanimous choice for the All-
League honors. Tanenbaum with
New York, Fleishman and Kap-
lowitz with Philadelphia, Maria-
schin with Boston, Torgoff and
Hertzberg with Washington, and
Rothenberg with St. Louis were
other prominent B.A.A. perform-
ers. In the National League, Holz-
man with Rochester and Boykoff
with Toledo were topnotchers.
Eddie Gottlieb master minded
his Philly Warriors to the B.A.A.
finals where they lost to the
Baltimore quintet. Abe Saper-
stein's Harlem Globetrotters
played to record crowds where
ever they appeared. The little-
sports tycoon enjoyed the best
year in over twenty years of pro
moting basketball. His club endec
the season by touring the Ha
waiian Islands.
Our Olympic track and field
representatives, Irv Monschein.
Vic Frank and Steve Seymour
were the best Jewish men in their
respective fields. Monschein
scored for N.Y.U. in the the high
jump and then went ahead to
make the Olympic decathlon
squad. Frank, a Yale sophmore,
came along rapidly in the discus
until he was beating all comers
in the East. He was strong enough
to make the three man discus
squad chosen by the Olympic
Committee after the competition
at Evanston, Illinois. Seymour
has broken one American javelin
record after another despite the
handicap of a smashed shoulder
blade. There were several star.*
on the Olympic fringe with Ira
Kaplan, N.Y.U. sprint star, loom-
ing as a future contender for na-
tional honors.
The grunt and gtoaners con-
tinued their merry way with such
villains of yore as Harry Finkle-
stein, Ace Freeman, Abe Stein
and Herb Freeman continuing
their acting along the eastern sea-
board. A newcomer, Phil Gruber,
impressed students of the game
with his knowledge of all holds
anc. amazing strength. As a result
of the impetus given the game by
television most promoters in the
east enjoyed a banner year. Eddie
Gottlieb in Philadelphia indicated
that his grappling shows held up
amazingly well during the past
year.
Herman Barron of White Plains,
N. Y., continued as the sole Jew-
ish golf player of national prom-
inence with another successful
financial year added to his list.
Seymour Greenberg still goes on
as the best tennis player although
Seixas, Schwartz and Steiner of
the college set are forging their
way to the front in the national
standings.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
Extend Best Withe* for a
Happy New Year
to All
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Israeli Film Making
(Continued from Page 19)
produce one feature film a year
for the next two or three years.
Then Lourie expects to have
gathered sufficient facilities
enough technicians and the prop-
er dramatic ideas for at least two
feature films a year. The growth
from that point onward, he feels,
should be natural and steady.
In describing "A Place Called
Home," Lourie declared:
It is. we think, a bit unusual.
If one were asked to put it
into any category at allfay
tragedy or comedy or whatevei
one "would say it is a comedy
Joe Krumgold feltand I agreed
with him completelythat an- j
other film depicting the dramatic j
success that the Jews have had I
in building up their country dur-
ing the past few decades, would
be just thatdramatic. But it
would hardlv have any freshness,
or novelty about it. We wanted,
to tell a story that would identify
our hero with anyone of ten mil-
lion young men in any other j
country, and not as a single-
minded, high-purpose superman
who overcomes every obstacle
We felt that, no matter how true,
such treatment could become tire-
some.
So he decided to tell the story
of a young Jew just out of Pol-
and who is not, after his recent
experiences, terribly anxious to
involve himself in the milieu of
pioneering. He wants to rest. He
wants to be unknown. He wants.
in other words, to be left alone.
A Place Called Home' takes him
through this preliminiary, alto-
gether human negativeness and
tells the story of how he does
finally find a useful and satis-
fying place for himself in his
own country. We believe many
people everywhere in the world
will personaly identify themselves
with our hero. For above all else,
he is like most of usa simple
human being."
The leading player in "A Place
Called Home" i* twenty-six-year-
old Arthur Sroka. Along general
lires his own recent life is a re-
flection of the hero's develop-
monl in the film. "A Place Called
Honv" was completed, and young
Sroka went to Jerusalem for ;i
holiday. There he was almost
fatauy wounded in the explosion
which, on February 22. wrecked
Ben Yehuda Street.
The incident seemed to conic
to him as both a warning and
the reward. He was rushed to
I' dassah Hospital and every ef-
fort was made to keep him alive.
Just before word came through
that Sroka had a good chance to
live. Lourie and Krumgold had
I decided to dedicate the picture to
their young leading man.
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rpinAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948
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PAGE THIRTY-ONE
The Year In
By CHARLOTTE WEBER
WASHINGTONThe eyes of
world Jewry focused on Wash-
ngton this year as it became evi-
Lnt that decisions made in the
S -.can Capitol would vitally
fffect the achievement of the
Latest dream, a Jewish home-
land in Palestine.
Kosh Hashanah came last year
, a moment when the world was
lonselv waiting major national
!UDort for the partition plan
ecor.mended by the United Na-
tions/ Special Committee on Pal-
estine a few days earlier.
The world also looked hope-
fully to the American govern-
ment for aid in solving another
great world problem. Almost a
million displaced personsnear-
ly 200,000 of them Jewishstill
languished in European displaced
persons camps waiting for a
chance to emigrate to permanent
homes.
Secretary of State George Mar-
shall indicated American support
of partition by saying that the
U.S. gave "great weight" to the
UNSCOP plan. It was the first
American statement on the sub-
icct.
From that time until Oct. 12,
when the next U.S. statement was
made at the UN, President Tru-
man and the State Department
were urged from all sides to take
a definite stand on the matter.
Most Jewish organizations wired
and wrote President Truman to
support partition and help to im-
plement it. Thirty-five governors
appealed to the White House for
firm U.S. action on the UNSCOP
plan. The Jewish press asked the
President "not to let the Jews
down."
In a rare statement on the sub-
ject. Speaker of the House Joseph
Martin backed partition as an
"acceptable compromise" for the
problem of Jewish homelessness
and said he hoped the UN would
not "whittle down the size and
sovereign status of the projected
Jewish state."
On October 12, American deleg-
ate Herschel Johnson told the
UN that the U.S. "supports the
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basic principles of the unanimous
recommendations and the major-
ity plan which provides for parti-
tion and immigration." And the
U.S., he pledged, would offer aid
through the U.N. toward solving
the political, financial and eco-
nomic problems of the new gov-
ernments to be created in Pales-
tine.
Delegates who attended an
emergency conference of the
United Palestine Appeal held here
in Washington that weekend were
jubilant over news of U.S. sup-
port. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver hailed
Johnson's statement as "Ameri-
can statesmanship at its best and
noblest." He warned, however,
that the fate of the UN hung
on the manner in which the UN
reacted to Arab threats to thwart
partition.
At the end of October, the U.S.
'poke again at the UN, this time
suggesting that two independent
states be established in Palestine
by July 1, 1948. They should be
fully sovereign after that time.
Johnson said, and responsible for
maintaining public order. In the
meantime, he suggested, an in-
terim commission should be cre-
ated by UN to assist in the forma-
tion of the two states.
But the State Department, in
a gesture surprisingly inconsistent
with American support for the
Jewish cause in Palestine, placed
an embargo on the shipment of
arms to Middle Eastern countries.
The embargo, announced late on
the afternoon of Dec. 5, also
covered the sale of U.S. war sur-
plus in the area and effectively
cut Jewish defense forces from
all legal sources of arms with
which to defend themselves.
During the rest of December
and in January resentment
against continuation of the arm*
embargo gained momentum.
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
GREETINGS
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Again and again members of Con-
gress in speeches from the floor
and Jewish organizations in pub-
lic messages to President Tru-
man, called upon the U.S. to lift
its embargo so that Jewish forces
could defend the Jewish com-
munity of Palestine.
Meanwhile, American delay in
implementing the partition de-
cision they had so openly sup-
ported in the fall and failure to
lift the arms embargo gave rise
to uneasiness and discontent. The
persistant rumor was heard that
Secretary of Defense Forrestal
was urging Administration and
Congressional leaders to abandon
partition in the interests of na-
tional defense.
The rumor was given consider-
able impetus by a statement made
by Secretary Forrestal during a
House Armed Service Subcom-
mittee hearing. The hostile Arab
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Sayer and Daughters
Extend best wishes to all their friends for a
Happy New Year
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EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A Happy New Year To All
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GREETINGS
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ACCOUNTANT fc AUDITOR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MIAMI 37. FLORIDA
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Happy New Year
To All My Fellow Jews Everywhere
This is the happiest New Year la the History il Civilization. For
the first time since our Prophets spoke the \ tag I realize
the message of the Jewish Prophets "Nation shall r.ot l::'t uo sword
against nation, neither shall they learr. war any more."
The world is talking about this for the first time, and the
UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS. INC il trying to organize the
American People, and people every. : bring thii prophecy into
reality in our own day. Every citizen in our country ought to join
NOW this, the greatest Project before the world today, and to my
fellow Jews I say: Hold or. to your Judaism, for "we shall r.ot :.-..'.
nor be discouraged until we have set Justice in ah the earth, and i
the isles shall wait for our Torah.*'
A.-.d so I pray with you: Happy. Happy New Year to you and I
all the world. Amen.
JACOB H. KAPLAN.
President Florida State Rabbinical Association.
What Sort of Government
Will The Israeli State Have? |
(Continued frorr. Page 25
Jewish tendency toward party di-
visiveness. why shold Israel have
a governmental set-up that would
encourage rather than discour-
age such, aivisive.-y .-i ind weak-
ness? Why shouldn't it have a
system which, like the E.-:t -
makes ioi only two important
parties in parliament, what)
they may call themselvesthe
government part}- and the opposi-,
tionboth of which are vital in
a democracy but both of .vr.:ch
are hampered in the exercise of
their functions when a number
of lesser parties wield a power
which weakens governmi
And so, citizens of Israel, when
vou Donder this matter and find
areas, of mutual accounting, be-
tween parliament and caoinet, is
system you should adopt if
your government is to be strong,
and as enduring and representa-1
uve ">f the people's wishes as you
and ; many of us Jews abroad
wish it to be.
FITZPATRICK PAINT CO
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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REAL ESTATE
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yourselves of Lord Balfour. so
that the feeling of hate and
-p 'oward the British will
cancel each other out Then you
will be able to examine chis mat-
ter without prejudice, and then
I believe vou will come to the
conclusion that the British sys-
tem of mutual checks and bal-
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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.
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MOUNT NEBO, we offer this comforting thought.
To those who fear the future, we offer the Jew-
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tality.
To the entire Jewish Community the manage-
ment of MOUNT NEBO extends its Best Wishes for
a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.

MOUNT NEBO
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
The Year In Washington
+Jewistfk)riciiair)
(Continued from Page 31)
response to the UN partition de-
cision had jeopardized the oil
pipelines feeding the Persian Gulf
outlet, the Secretary said. He
emphasized that these pipelines
were of special importance now
to the American armed forces.
The long U.S. failure to act on
the fall decision was frequently
under attack in both houses of
Congress during February. It was
pointed out that failure to im-
plement the partition decision
would strike a death blow to the
United Nations and make it an
impotent organization incapable
of achieving worjd peace.
A group of 30 House Republi-
cans, seeking the truth about the
formulation of American policy
on Palestine, wrote to Secretary
of State George Marshall urging
him to make the facts known to
the American public and espe-
cially to disclose what the U.S.
delegation at the Security Coun-
cil would propose.
Some time during the month
the rumor was born that the
United States would soon change
its policy on Palestine. The ru-
mor grew and grew despite press
conference statements by both
President Truman and Marshall
to the contrary. Secretary Mar-
shall said flatly that the U.S.
had not changed its Palestine
policy. President Truman told re-
porters that the U.S. continued
to support the UN on Palestine.
The implication was that, until
the UN took action, the U.S.
could not act.
The increasing seriousness of
the situation prompted the call-
ing of a National Extraordinary
Zionist Conference in Washing-
ton the weekend of Feb. 13, to
blueprint Zionist strategy for the
coming months.
i/w03'5 m?St Prominent Zion-
ist leaders and about 700 deleg-
ates attended the conference Dr
Emanuel Neumann, ZOA presi-
dent, and Dr. Abba Hillel Saver
warned that the United States
government would never be al-
lowed to go back on its support
of partition.
The convention adopted a re-
solution asking the U.S. to in-
voke sanctions against the Arab
governments promoting aggres-
sion against Palestine and re
quested that the embargo be lifted
to assist Jewish defense forces
in their fight to implement the
UN partition plan.
The United States finally broke
its self-imposed silence by sug-
gesting to the Security Council
that a committee of the Big Five
"look at once into the question
of the possible threats to inter-
national peace arising in con-
nection with the Palestine ques-
tion." In finely gauged, legal-
istic language, the U.S. pointed
out that the Security Council
should concern itself solely with
the question of "keeping the
peace" and could not enforce a
political settlement.
President Truman let it be
known that he supported the pro-
posal in a statement issued by the
White House.
Congressional leaders, how-
ever, took the floor and repeated-
ly urged that the U.S. continue
to support partition. Labor lead-
ers Philip Murray, president of
the CIO, and William Green, pres-
ident of AFL, wrote to the Presi-
dent urging that the U.S. main-
tain an "uncompromising" policy
of support for partition.
Henry Wallace, testifying at a
House Foreign Affairs Committee
hearing on the European Recov-
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TO ALL .
THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
31 N. E. 17th STREET
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
duPont Building
PHONE 2-2661
A Most Happy New Year
Window Cleaning
Service, Inc.
Fred and Herbert Abrams
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1665 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUNGAS
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COULTO* BROS.
SERVICE STATION and GARAGE
840 S. W. 8th Street PhoiM> 3.2244
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE
Domestic-Commercial Service on All Makes
300. H. W. ,h AVE. Ph"9-M" M.AMI.F..A.
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
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
The Best the Market Affords
t Reasonable Prices
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 duPont Building Phone 2-4033
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
lACK'S GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. 14th Street phone 2.8865
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS
JACK ROHER, Proprietor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILDRED FREEMAN
FLOREL APARTMENT HOTEL
YOUR HOAfE AWAY FROM HOME
926 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS
11 E.
M0RE00CK
Company
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 3-5433P. O. Box 1790
Miami 10. Florida
International Motor Trucks
Power Units, McCormiclc-
Deering Tractors
Farm Machinery
GREETINGS
YELL FOR PENNELL, INC.
PLUMBING HEATING SEPTIC TANKS
23S1 N. W. SEVENTH ST. PHONE 48-6567
MIAMI 35. FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
1553 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-2270
MR. and MRS. E. LOUIS KATZ
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF
ROSH HASHONA
TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL OF
OUR FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel



BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
SHAW BROS
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DE BOLIAC CO.
440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2-5411
Truck Service and Equipment Garwood Sales and Service
FLEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALBERT HAUER JACOB L. LEVINE
AIRCARGO RROKERAGE CO.
Custom House Brokers and Forwarders
Pacific Bldg. :_ Phone 9-2396
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building
Phone 3-5471
GREETINGS
HOSACK ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE REPAIRING
624 N. W. 62nd St.
Phone 7-6831
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
ACE EXTERMINATING CO.
Complete Exterminating Service
FREE INSPECTS
2377 N. W. 77th Terrace
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
J. N. LUMMUS, Jr.
Tax Assessor for Dade County
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenoe
PHONE 58-9941
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK& LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N. E. Hth Street
Wishing .no Polishing I***- *"
Mechanic on Duty *> WP ..M
71st Street Service Station
C A. MacDONALD
, SSfcU1BT,e.L. m*.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MacVicar Wells, Inc.
Complete Building Supplies
*
I. D. MacVICAR
President
FRANK J. WELLS
Vice President
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
David Hess Fixture Company
Fluorescent Lighting
336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774
SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM .
IIWVIH S METAL SHOP
New Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS

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MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
Happiness. Joy and Prosperity
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 PHARMACY"
The NEW
Jewish Generation
In Europe
By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
(Chairman of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee's European
(Executive Council)
From Apeldoorn to SjAvino.
from Pouges-les-Eaux to Inders
dor? Europe's 180,000 surviving
Jewsh children, will greet the
narraaWg
sbss saanaTB
JSndS-S a bitter past, but more
Secant, the brave hope of a
bright future.
Under the care of the Joint
Distribution Committee. 140 000
of these children are matching
the miracle of their survjval^
the miracle of^owth-physicaL
intellectual and spiritual In the
challenging year aheadLJDC.
through funds derived from he
$250,000,000 campaign ot tnc
United Jewish Appeal, will con-
tinue its vital program of relief,
medical care, religious ins ruc-
tion, and educational and voca-
tional training. ,.
Perhaps the most outstanding
aspect of JDC's vast child care
program is its network of more
than 380 homes and centers in
nearlv every country of Europe,
where some 32,000 youngsters,
most of them full or part orphans,
are housed and fed, clothed and
given medical attention and ed-
ucation, both religious and se-
cular. Large numbers of them,
too. are preparing in these homes
for immigration to Israel.
But statistics, however valua-
ble, cannot reproduce the picture
of the thin, frightened orphans,
homeless and bewildered, who
found shelter and love in the
llaniah Children's Village near
Apeldoorn in the Netherlands, or
at Helenowek, near Lodz, Poland.
lor in the Herbert H. Lehman
'Home for Refugee Orphans near
Orleans in France, or in other
JDC homes. To these homes have
,ome children like fifteen-year-
old Zahara S.. a blonde, blue-
-yed Polish girl who hid from
the Nazis by living in an open
grave for almost a year; to these
-ases of hope have come the
war's youngest victims, like Saul
and Benjamin, parentless and
i-agged, who had spent nine years
wandering over the wide con-
tinent looking for succor and a
place to call home.
However, by far the largest
number of childrenover 85,000
are being aided through their
families, in line with JDC's ef-
fort to strengthen family and
home life among Europe's Jews.
Special care and medical atten-
tion, supplementary diets and
school lunch programs benefit
thousands of Jewish youngsters
both in Western Europe, where
a degree of economic recovery
has been achieved, and in Eastern
Europe, where 75,000 children
will need more extensive help
than ever before. A substantial
part of the 88,000.000 pounds of
supplies distributed by JDC dur-
ing 1947 was for the children; as
a result of this unprecedented
giving, every one of the 7,000
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WHOLESALE C.GARS CAHDIt*
68 S. W. Fir*t Street
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Blue Ribbon Laundry & Cleaners
i n*/r Complete laundry and Cleaning Service
1403 N. W. 7th Court
Phone 3-0753
HAPPY NEW YEAR'
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
" E' .t?CKLe"rODUCTS AND APPETIZERS^ ^
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERB FRINK
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP
819 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
921 Lincoln Rood
GREETINGS
DR. F. H. FISHER
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
Phone 5-3580
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATING-MOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operator*
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Biscayne Exterminating Itfvto,Urn*
in* rnmi W1Y PHONE 4-MOI
303 CORAL w TOLEBATE-EXTERMmATE
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
$
JUNE DAIRY
PRODUCTS CO.
1773 N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 82-5431
yj
GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH
THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGH-
OUT THE WORLD.
4{i
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL
MIAMI
Edward T. Newman
Funeral Director
MIAMI BEACH
Abe Eisenberg
Treasurer
tg
A Hebrew Art Calender or Pocket Diary Containing Importanl
Jewish Information for the Forthcoming Jewish Year win *=
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
FRAME REFRIGERATION -
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE, INC.
** 175 Aviation Building
3240 N. W. Twenty-Seventh Avenue
HERBERT FRAME, President
pH0NE 3-1746 MIAMI. FLORIDA
[,*."'
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
Miami Lincoln Mercury Co.
SALES 2-0991
222 S.E. 2nd AVENUE
SERVICE 2-6356
MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
cPFCIALIZING IN STAINLESS FOUNTAIN, BAR, HOTEL.
wm KITCHEN EQUIPMENT and DAIRY WORK
PIONEER SHEET METAL, and
ROOFING WORKS, Inc.
IN MIAMI SINCE 1910
PHONES 2-55229-6173
2817 N. Miami Avenue Miami 37, Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
Angels Package Store & Bar
DAVE HARRY HERB
30 N. E. 14th STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
Telephone 9-3110
*
It is with pleasure that we extend
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
HAROLD M. WILSON
420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
y*
Best Wishes To All
On Your Holidays
iy
"If It's SteelWe Can Put It Up"
Florida Erecting Co.
6246 S.W. 12th St.
Phone 4-9871
MIAMI
The NEW
Jewish Generation
In Europe
(Continued from Page 34)
Jewish children in Sofia, Bul-
garia, was completely outfitted
by JDC.
The health of Europe's new
Jewish generation has first prior-
ity in JDC's vast overseas op-
eration. In DP camps, thousand.*
of youngsters are receiving, many
for the first time, thorough medi-
cal examinations. Vaccinations
against disease are administered.
The newest and most effective
drugs are being provided in ever-
'ncreasing quantities to fight out-
breaks of serious illness. Through
hese and other measures Jewish
oungsters are being insured that,
Respite the frightful handicap of
year will thrive. Layettes, includ-
'ire to disease, and lack of medi-
cal attention, they will develop
into robust, able citiznns of to-
morrow.
Special care too is being taker
o make sure that the 8,000 Jew-
ish infants born of DP mothers
in the U.S. zone of Germany last
year will trive. Layettes, includ-
ing 40,000 distributed through the
IDC's SOS (Supplies for Over-
seas Survivors) Collection, now
clothe tots, who a few short years
igo would have been wrapped in
burlap and newspapers to pro-
ect them from the harsh Euro-
pean winter. Milk, baby foods,
ind the finest in pre-natal care
lave resulted in an extremely
'ow infant mortality rate. JDC
aid is thus helping to build a
italwart new generationa liv-
ng monument which effectively
efutes Hitler's vow to destroy
he Jewish people.
Also being extensively utilized
*o improve and maintain the
nealth of Jewish youngsters are
IDC's 825 medical institutions
ncluding 79 hospitals with over
7.000 beds, 155 dispensaries, and
\Q sanatoria and convalescent
lomes.
Malnutrition, one of the mos1
lamaging blows delt displaced
lewish children, is being com-
)atted by the JDC through its
lutritional centers, three of
vhich, in Bad Nauheim, Struth
md Esslingen in the U.S. zone ol
jermany, have already cared for
!,000 children. Here undernour-
shed youngsters from nearly DP
amps receive 3,000 calories a
iay, as well as large amounts ol
such important health-building
oods as green vegetables, milk
md eggs. In a brief four-week
oeriod at the Esslingen center,
'or example, 1,000 children
gained an average of eight
pounds each.
During the past year, too, 20,-
)00 children in almost a dozen
ountries went to JDC-operated
summer .camps. At these havens
>f sun and fresh air and recrea-1
'ional facilities, the bloom and
.parkle of youth again appeared
m the wan faces of boys and girls
who never before knew what va-
:ations and real childhood meant.
Side by side with programs to
uild the health of Europe's Jew-
sh children are JDC's education-
il and cultural activities. As the
Vew Year approaches, JDC class-
ooms across the continent are
illed. In a completely rebuilt
juilding overlooking Paris, 130
ooys and girls, the cream of
routhful Jewish scholarship,
study from traditional Hebrew
texts at the Ecole Maimonides, a
(Continued on Page 39)
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEE
CREAGER PIANO CO.
FOR NEW PIANOS IVERS & POND
JANSSEN POOLE
SPINETS GRANDS CONSOLES
TuningSpecialists in Repairing. Rebuilding, Rehnishing
2264 Coral Way Phone 48-1306
GREETINGS
BALLARD & BALLARD CO.
i
Millers of
OBELISK FLOUR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
li!
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622 15th STREET MIAMI BEACH
yi

GREETINGS
SOLAR VENETIAN IILI MIS. INC.
Manufacturers of
CUSTOMBILT VENETIAN BLINDS & CORNICES
ALUMINUM AND WOOD REFINISHING
3639 N. W. 47th STREET PHONE 88-1016
DAVID GORDON, Prop.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
yi
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
136 N. E. First Street
APPLIANCE STORE"
Phone 9-2493
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LOUIS

WHERE
INDIVIDUAL
SERVICE
IS GIVEN
Your Hairdresser
Beauty
SALON
1735 CORAL WAY
SPECIALIZING IN ALL
BRANCHES OF BEAUTY
CULTURE
PHONE 48-4328
GREETINGS
Experience Counts
We do well what we do often. Since 1911
this company has been building docksboth
wood and concrete, we have installed miles of
sea wall of all types, beaches have been built
with the groynes we have driven in the ocean,
and many of the area's, hotels and hundreds of
homes rest on Bunnell Piling.
DOCKS SEA WALLS (all types)
FOUNDATION PILING GROYNES
HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTAL
PHONE 3-6474
Geo. E- Bunnell, Inc.
Established 1911
15151 W. DDCIE HIGHWAY
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FRIDAY.QCTORPP
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THE PROMISE OF 5709
By MOSES A. LEAVITT
In the great synagogues of
Prague and Budapest and War-
saw, in the drab and squalid DP
camps of Germany ar.d Austria,
in the hospitals and rest cer.ters.
children's homes and hachsharoth.
Jews throughout Europe are
about to mark another New Year.
But as the blowing of the
Shofar resounds across the con-
tinent, Europe's 1.400.000 Jewish
men, women and children know
that this Rosh Hashar.ah is uni-
que in the promise it offers. There
is the promise of revival and re-
covery, of new growth, and a
new life in a new nation for
thousands scattered across the
continent.
Sharing the joy of Europe's
Jews this Holy Day are the Jew?
of America, who. through the
United Jewish Appeal, have
helped t'r.c-ir brethren overseas
make great strides towards a
better future. Their agency in
carrying forward programs of
overseas assistance is the Joint
Distribution Committee, which in
the year 5708 completed one-
third of a century or relief, re-
settlement and reconstruction for
distressed Jews in every comer
of the globe.
JDC's role in helping Europe's
Jews reach new thresholds in
5708 can best be measured against
the background of world events
which shaped the course of their
progress in the year just com-
pleted. Of greatest importance
was the creation of the state of
Israel.
The historic pronouncement
creating a Jewish nation in Is-
rael opened a new phase in Jew-
ish history this past year. JDC.
rejoicing with Jews the world
over, threw its full resources into
the task of preparing Europe'.s
Israel-bound survivors for their
Ail H mail's Pipe
& Steel Co.
and
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Adelinan
Charles Adelman
Hy Coverman
AND FAMILIES
EXTEND TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. new home. This meant, first of
I all. the DP's.
In the camps and centers of
Germany. Austria and Italy live
I approximately 200,000 Jewish
displaced persons. Here JDC
geared its operation to Israel
(where the overwhelming num-
ber of DP's wish to settle*, along
with programs preparing DP's
for the U.S., Canada. Latir.-Amer-
ica and other lands.
To train young people for skills
, that would enable them to be-
|come productive citizens in the
:s of their eventual settle-
ment, educational programs for
children and young adults who
had lost years of schooling during
the Hitler years were expanded.
The number of JDC-supported
ORT vocational centers reached
a new high. JDC work projects
in the camps were enlarged and
a whole new economy was estab-
lished under which DP workers
with JDC-supplied tools and raw
materials, turned out needed
goods in return for payment in
kind. Seizing these opportunities
to prepare themselves for the
future, the DP's transformed the
camps into areas of bustling ac-
tivity, a heartening augury of
things to come in a happier set-
ting.
To maintain and restore the
health of the DP's, to keep them
well and strong enough for the
day they could leave Europe, JDC
carried on two special programs.
First was its vast supplies opera-
tion, which poured in 35.000,000
pounds of foods into the camps
(to supplement inadequate*' IRO
rations) plus thousands of pieces
of wearing apparel for infants,
children and adults. Second was
its medical program, including
the support of hospitals and ma-
l ternity and nutritional centers.
! Shortiy after the founding of the
i state of Israel, JDC also inau-
gurated a special mass-examina-
tion program, sending special
teams of physicians and nurses
to visit every DP camp, to issue
certificates of health (which the
Jewish Agency requires of pros-
pective DP immigrants) and pre-
scribe treatment for those in need
of special care.
JDC shared too in setting up
transient centers for DP's en route
to Israel, assigned key personnel
to the tasks of providing food
and luggage and arranging trans-
portation. And JDC paid their
passage to the Holy Land.
But the DP's of Europe were
not the only Jews whose claim to
Israel confronted JDC For the
tens of thousands of Jewish refu-
gees held by British forces in
Cyprus, JDC increased its ap-
propriations to more than $1,000,-
(Continued on Page 37)
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SCHAAF PRESERVING
CO., Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN
BREAD AND CAKE
(Oil >ll(l\ BAKING COMPANY
GREETINGS
IHIOWWS ANTIQUE SHOP
ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GLASS. CHINA, ETC.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
2222 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 48-1173 Miami Fla.
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALLL
8!
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
ACE LETTER SERVICE, INC.
116 N. E. 6th Street Phone 3-8486
Miami, Florida
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
WE EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Clark R. Parker
\, Distributor
"TOM'S TOASTED
PEANUTS"
Candies and
Peanut Butter Sandwiches
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
Mil RERK and Associates
Realtors
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
UNITY ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND RADIOS
CONTRACTS MANTENANCE AND REPAIRS
1054 Alton Rd. phone 5.4570
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
MY SINCERE WISHES
lor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alfred Gottesman
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL .
JOHN E. PORTE
MIAMI BEACH
Jarrett Coffee Company
Roasters and Packers of
COFFEE AND TEAS
501 N. W. Tenth Street Phon 2-21T41
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
m
FRED ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
1006 Fifth Street Miami Beac
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tropical.tes
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS
445 N. W. 54th St.
MAINTENANCE
Phone 7-2904f
TO ALL A MDST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 2-9457
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
1504 N. Bay shore Drive Miami. Floridi|
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
475 41st Street
Road Service 5-9134
WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION
TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
Dobbs Service Station
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL
NEW YEAR


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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. L. POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
]S5J Lnox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 5-1719 & 5-2671
DELIVERY FREE GIFT WRAPPING
Tin- JUodorne Pharmacy
"AIR CONDITIONED"
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED
FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED
BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED
Miami Beach,, Fla.
I 4Ut Street
WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Richie Plumbing Supply, Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
kll6 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami. FJa.
Crinch- 810 N. W. 79th St Telephone 7-5110 Miami, Florida
THE LEVIN FAMILY
To ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
yj
W I LSHIRK HOTEL
1710 Collins Ave. Phone 5-5339
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
MAI RICE H. (OWIIJ
and Associates
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
nqford Building
Miami
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
COLLINS GARAGE
Est. 1928
24 HOUR SERVICE
ONE OF THE LARGEST GENERAL REPAIR
GARAGES IN THE SOUTH
ALL MAKES AND MODELS
PHONE 3-7308
M S. W. 2nd St. Miami
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
V
VI IUO\ HOTEL
lames Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2901
ONE 5-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETT'S
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-third Street
6721
MIAMI BEACH
THE PROMISE
OF 5709
(Continued from Page 36)
000 annually. A staff of 59 Pal-
estinians under the direction of
Morris Laub of New York City
worked closely with Jewish
Agency representatives, distribut-
ed huge amounts of supplement-
ary food and clothing, operated
dispensaries and free clinics,
taught Hebrew and history to the
youngsters, trades and skills to
the adults. And when Jews were
permitted to leave Cyprus, it was
JDC which provided their food for
the journey, luggage and pocket
money.
The second outstanding feature
of the past twelve months was
the slowbut measurableeco-
nomic recovery on the continent.
Here too JDC's role was a vital
one. JDC funds supported 51 loan
funds and credit cooperatives, 162
ORT training centers and the
schooling of 65,000 young people,
nabling them to take their place
m society and share in the gen-
eral improvement in conditions.
Accompanying this improvement
was a consolidation of JDC social
reconstruction and welfare pro-
grams. During the past twelve
months JDC's medical program
in Europe grew to include the
support of 525 hospitals, sana-
taria, clinics, dispensaries and
convalescent centers. The care of
Jewish children was expanded.
JDC assumed responsibility for
the children's homes operated by
the World Jewish Congress and
Rescue Children, Inc., bringing to
more than 380 the number of
JDC supported homes where
Jewish youngsters, mainly or-
phans, are growing up into adult-
hood. In all, 140,000 boys and girls
receive JDC assistance in Eu-
rope.
Unification of religious and cul-
tural program was another aspect
of the generally improved con-
ditions in 5708. Under the guid-
ance of the Jewish Central Or
thodox Committee, formed by the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
U.S. and Canada, JDC provided
extensive aid to recognized bodies
engaged in rebuilding orthodox
Jewish life; gave funds for the re-
pair and restoration of syna-
gogues, cemeteries, mikvoth, yes-
hivoth and other institutions;
opened kosher kitchens in many
areas; shipped Sifrei Torah, pray-
er books and other religious arti-
cles across the Atlantic to Eu-
rope; made extensive provision
for the observance of Passover
and other holidays: and under-
took special emigration projects
for orthodox Jewish groups, in-
cluding Rabbis, yeshiva groups
and others.
In Eastern Europe live more
than 800.000 of Europe's Jewish
survivors. Deeply affecting the
lives of these men, women and
children was the third outstand-
ing development of the year: the
growing trend towards national-
zation of local economies.
The new economic orientation
in the countries of Eastern Europe
posed a tremendous problem to
TDC in 5708. Merchants and shop-
keepers, jobbers and wholesalers,
small manufacturers and sales-
men found themselves out of work
without liades or businesses
At the same time, hunger and
ooverty continued to be wide-
spread. To meet this new de-
velopment, JDC adopted a new
technique producers' coopera-
tives^and intensified programs
on an old onevocational train-
ing.
A producers' cooperative is a
voluntary organization whose
members pool their skills and re-
sources to produce goods for sale. I
With funds from JDC and loca'
sources, tools ar.d raw materials
are obtained and work is begun
The scene in Poland, where JDC
carried out extensive economic
.ehabilitation work last ye&r, re-
presents an emerging pattern of
the future of Jewish economic re-
covery in Eastern Europe. In Pol-
and more than 200 JDC-aided
producers' cooperatives are turn-
ing out machinery and furniture,
clothing and glassware, woolens
(Continued on Page 48)
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES 1263 Weit Flagler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TIP TOP TRIM SHOP
Custom-Made Seat CoversAuto TopsComplete Upholstering
GlassAuto Painting
We Call for and Deliver 3217 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 48-1745 MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 4-2201 Phone 9-9963
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROY L. WILLARD, Inc.
Plastering Contractors
PHONE 4-2963
SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR
2215-25 Collins Avenue
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
.
To Jewry Everywhere
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida East Coast Railway
GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
WALDORF TOWERS

HOTEL
860 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
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
GREETINGS .

La Vigne Electric
Company
t
38 N.W. Seventh StreetPhone 2-1759


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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Us
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY, JERUSALEM-
EXPECTS TO RESUME FULL PROGRAM IN NOVEMBER
Of its 19 buildings on Ml. Scopus none was destroyed or surrendered during fighting. While staff
and students defended Mt. Scopus, the University continued essential work in town.
Damage suffered by some buildings will be repaired and it is hoped that a full program ot
teaching and research will be resumed on Mt. Scopus in November, according to the American
Friends of the Hebrew University. ______________^________________________
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HALL MARK
ELECTRICAL SALES CO.
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND BUILDING MATEnut.
141 N. E. 19th Terrace Phone S
3-532$
GREETING FROM
V
LEAR BUILDERS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Phone 58-3224
1929 Bay Road Miami Beach. Fla.
A MOST HAPPY
GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
123 N. E. 1st St.
PHONE 2-0115
GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 20t StreetPhone 5-5908
Miami Beach
*H
til
T
MRS. LEON GARDNER
and MR. and MRS.
LLOYD GARDNER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A |
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
John F. Allison
LANGFORD BLDG.
Dr. and Mrs.
.Is. II. Margolis
and Daughter ISADORA
and Son STEVEN
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
NEW YEAR TO ALL
4>
WESLEY E. GARRISON
CHAIRMAN
DEWEY FOR PRESIDENT
WARREN FOR VICE PRESIDENT CLUB
1947 W. FLAGLER STREET
BEST WISHES
from
Sears. Roebuck and Co,
OF MIAMI
wmm


FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1948
A HAPPY NEW YEAR'
UPHOLSTERY CLEANING FURNITURE
ACE RUG CLEANERS
CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS
Clean Rug. Mak* H.althy Hom.t
HugiClaanad.DyadfcDamoihad Carpat Laying fc RaoairiBo
26 S. W. South Rive, Drive Phone 9-1155 l^cmU 36 Aa

+Jenisi fkrkMam
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
KING FINISH PLASTER CO.
LIME COLORED PLASTER
Phone: 3-2031
260 N. W. 27th Street
Miami. Florida
IVAN TARBERT
GEORGE TARBERT
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Beach Nursing Service
SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
WAGNER ELECTRIC CO.
Phone* 48-1751 4-7777
YOUR SATISFACTION OUR PLEASURE
2192 S.W. 22nd Avenue mami
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR

HUDSON ESTAVER, INC.
2020 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-3636
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA CARTAGE CO.
TRANSFER and EXPRESS
400 S.W. First Avenue
Phone 3-3217
GREETINGS
_ Phone 2-6187
SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLIND CO.
SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLINDS
|M? MANUFACTURERS
W- 28th s,r* P. O. Box 85 Allapattah Station
D MIAMI 37, FLORIDA
"THIBUTOM OF VENETIAN BLIND HARDWARE, TAPE AND CORD
To ALL ...A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUY WITH CONFIDENCESERVE WITH PRIDE
MRS. NATT'S BAKERY
51 r CAKES PASTRIES BREAD ROLLS
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
61 M tif u WHOLESALE and RETAIL
i W. 38th Street Phona 7-1649
GREETINGS
"The Home of Da
The NEW
Jewish Generation
In Europe
(Continued from Page 35)
European center of Hebraic learn-
ing. This high school is but one
unit in JDC's educational system
aimed at equipping thousands of
children, many of whom were
denied schooling for two, three or
even eight and nine years, for
the future.
In the 327 primary and second
ary schools, where over 20 000
tiny children are beginning their
formal education; in the Talmud
Torahs, Hebrew schools, and che-
dcrm (religious schools), attend-
ee! by over 6,300 youngsters; in
the 38 Yeshivoth, Rabbinical
schools and colleges, in which
1,700 students are enrolled, the
Jewish youth of Europe is pre-
paring for the years ahead. To
help them start on the right foot,
many of them have been given
aptitude and intelligence tests by
JDC psychologists.
Specialized training for careers
has also been undertaken by JDC
In JDC-supported ORT vocation-
al training facilities, older Jewish
children are provided the oppor-
tunity to learn trades, both in
industry and agriculture. Over
46,000 are enrolled in almost a
thousand courses, including leath-
er work, diamond setting, weav-
ing, animal husbandry, and radio
repairing. From this type of en-
terprise come heart-warming re-
ports of boys and girls on the
road backstories like that of
sixteen-year-old Olga, a former
inmate of the Budapest ghetto
and Nazi slave labor camps, who
almost single handedly now sup-
ports her large family by work-
ing in a print shopa trade she
was taught in a vocational cen-
ter, where she received a salary
as well as a JDC subsidy.
From the tiniest tot first grasp-
ing the alphabet in a rural school
in the Bakony Forest in Hun-
gary to the select group master-
ing higher studies at the Sorbonne
in Paris, Europe's Jewish chil-
dren, aided by the JDC, are lay-
ing the foundation for useful citi-
zenship.
European Jewish youth is thus
being given the wherewithal and
encouragement to prepare them-
selves for the future. Hopeful of
starting new lives in Israel, many
are aided in their efforts by the
Youth Aliyah movement, whose
hemes throughout Europe receive
their funds from the JDC. Still
others will find new homes in
the U.S., Canada and other lands
assisted by JDC's Emigration De-
partment. Many more will re-
main in Europe, rebuilding on
the ashes of the past.
Thus, as the shofar ushers in
another year in the era of Jew-
ish revival abroad, America's
Jews can take pride in the knowl-
edge that they are helping to rear
a new and strong generation of
European Jewry. And taking
stock of the accomplishments of
the past year, the American Jew-
ish community will surely resolve
to sustain its efforts in the pur-
suit of this noble aim.
TO ALL .A HAPPY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Charles B.
Cleveland
605 Lincoln Road
EDNA
HARRIS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HARRIS-LASHER
620 Lincoln Road
"THE HALF & LARGE SIZE SHOP"
Specializing Exclusively in
SIZES
141/2-261/2 18-52
LADIES' APPAREL
PHONE 5-9004
EDNA
LASHER
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CHRISTOPHER MOTORS
Plymouth DeSoto
1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue phone 3.334!
To All Our Friends and Patrons
NEW YEAR WISHES
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILWAY
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bldg.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
f
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N. W. 7th Ave.
Service On All Makes Radios


TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
1
MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON
Wilson Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JAFRA, INC.
Steel Product*
317 N. E. 71st Street Phone 7-4571
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Women's Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone
1




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PAGE FORTY
+Jeitffkrkf&r
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1943
SEASONS BEST WISHES .
Management of JOHNNY LEWKWAY
BROWVS SAFETY SERVICE
10 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 2-4602
TheYear in American
That All Our Friends and Patron* May Enjoy
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
\IMST FAMILY and
\i gi st bros. bakery
361 S. W. Eighth Street___________________Phone 2-2792
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EARL V. WttLSmn COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
Miami Jacksonville Tampa
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i
Coral Gables Federal Savings and Loan Association
2501 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
PHONE 4-7627
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
i
The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N. W. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6479
By STANLEY C MYERS
orncn zed Jewish communities o. America, dui u"
3T5Sj and urn-ota* S^SSL^Sk tS and .our-
complacency for any group.
The prosperity of America, boi- ^ Uves ard a testimonial to
=:ered bv a continuing partial. the superD community organiza-
var economy ar.d the still un- no, which translated these as-
*::=i:ed back log of demand for pirat,ons into reality,
consumer goods from the last At the same time we could not
war, contrasted with the slow j and did not pronounce any more-
:^:;; neTrerSn inex- social, health and welfare pro-
tricably tied to tr.e rest of the gress.
world. it would be easy to detail
Against thil bacKgrour.d Arr.e.- s on many fronts and
can Jews responded with record- spCtive at this
creaking contributions of help ^ stock.taking it would ^
undreamed of even a year ago and ; go But there is not
unmatched by any other section ^ for guch a full
of the population. It was a tibute "J*^ It wiU have to suffice
or.lv to point out that we kept
alive the hope and the spirit of
the still homeless refugees scat-
tered over Europe and made pos-
sible the beginning of their mass
movement to Israel, at long last;
that we began to put the Jews
remaining in Europe back on
their feet, that we took a key
role in the United Nations de-
liberations and decision on Pal-
estine, and backed up the stout
defense of their new homes in
Israel by the refugees of a few
years ago, a defense marked by a
clarity of purpose and unsur-
passed courage which the world
to the generosity of our hearts.
a witness to the fact that the
social idealism of our forefathers
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
$
Spesco Wholesale
Hardware Co.
1744 N. W. First Avenue
^
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A LLLA PATTAM
STATE BA\K
1316 N.W. 36th Street
In the Heart of the Northwest Section
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BISCAY XELAUNDRY
Put Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems In Our Hands"
231 11th Street Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROLLINGS GARAGE
146 N.W. Fifth StreetPhone 3-4834
"A Complete Automobile Service"
will never forget; and that we
greatly expanded our aid to the
refugees coming to these shores,
while working unsuccessfully to
have Congress admit ever. more.
We extended the work of our
national and local religious, ed-
ucational, and cultural institutions
at home, while moving toward
greater coordination on both
levels; movea toward greater cen-
tralization of our health, aged,
child care, recreational, commun-
ity relations and community
planning machinery, for better
service to more peopleand in
fact for our entire population.
These things were not wished
for or talked into reality; they
required organization. Our fed-
erations, welfare funds, and com-
munity councils in 300 cities
reached out to cover 800 com-
munities as we mobilized Ameri-
can Jewry as never before. Men,
women, and youth by the thous-
ands have been brought into the
service of their people for the
first timefrom every section of
their communities, from diverse
backgrounds and with many
points of viewbut all with a
common purpose and many with
great ability and splendid interest
and enthusiasm. We shall have to
retain and build upon that in-
terest and ability in the year
ahead and the years to come.
We moved toward greater ma-
turity in 5708 as Individual com-
munities, centralizing our forces,
streamlining and merging our
central structures while broaden-
ing their scope, acting on the
basis of what is best for all de-
termined through careful study
and analysis, setting priorities
and focussing our energies rather
than scattering them on ill-con-
ceived and less important needs.
We moved forward in 5708 to-
ward greater cooperation among
the communities, working to-
gether on common needs. Locally
we saw it in metropolitan federa-
tions and councils, with a large
HAPPY NEW YEAR
.Miami Beach Wholesale Grocery Co.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
Formerly WUCHER and LYNN
834 Firit Street
Miami Beach
746 N.W. 32nd Street
1
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>

1, 1
WITH PLEASURE ...
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR '
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
lliiihhrs ( ontravtor*

236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067
EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BAKER'S STORE
EXTENDS GREETINGS
A MIAMI INSTITUTION
We Invite Your Charge Account
13743 N Miami Avenue Phone 3-2350
i i !
I
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southeastern Terminal and
Steamship Company
28 S.W. Fourth Street Phone 3-0816
Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Morris Herbert S.
Berick and Shapiro
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
GREETINGS
"GENE"
Groover's
Pharmacy
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. F. McGILVARV
"JIMMY"
Your Patronage Appreciated
NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
DEAUVTLLE
SERVICE STATION
6348 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 6-9156
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ty
Morris Bros. Department Stores
1261 Washington Avenue 543 Lincoln Rood
Miami Store: 70 E. Flagler Street
TO ALL... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAH
PETE'S BAR
The Finest Cocktails
On Miami Beach
___also
BEER and WINES
1137 Washington Avenu.
Miami Boacn
PHONE 5-9544


minAV. OCTOBER 1, 1948
+Jelstmrldlllair)
PAGE FORTY-ONE
Jewish Communal Life
community serving as many as
3 surrounding towns; regional
JganSlOM of as many as 60
Htue communities; interstate ex-
ination and organization to
S common needs of the aged
S3 children and community re-
lations: the regional organizations
8 our Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds sponsor-
Z; planning and helping these
developments, artd at the same
Sme taking joint action on na-
tional and overseas issues of mu-
tual concern
And nationally we saw evi-
dences in the meeting of the 30
laree^t cities of the country to
nlan together with the major
overseas agencies the organiza-
tion and action needed to deal
with the responsibilities which all
shaied: the efforts of the thTee
largest communities to secure
common benefits from plans for
local needs; the recommenda-
tions of our General Assembly
of 234 communities; the continu-
ing work of various CJWF com-
mittees, in behalf of the cities, on
national and overseas problems;
establishment of the Institute for
Overseas Studies by the commun-
ities, through the CJFWF, to
bring to bear impartial expert ex-
amination of the needs and op-
erations in Europe and Palestine,
and to recommend long range
programs to solve these problems
rather than merely alleviate them
temporarily.
These steps represent gains
which reach out toward new hori-
zons for American Jewish com-
munities. They made 5708 a
truly notable year.
But the period ahead must be
faced with realism. In some areas
of need, action had to be post-
poned. In others action was be-
gun which must be brought to
completion. And in yet others,
what has been achieved has
marked only the barest beginning
toward a rational and necessary
program, with serious obstacles
still in the path of further pro-
gress.
The next year should witness
a final solution to the Jewish
DP problem in Europe, if we pro-
vide the necessary funds, see to
it that governments and intergov-
ernmental bodies discharge the
responsibilities to which they ate
[-legally committed, and back up
the people of Israel to make cer-
tain that the open door for im-
migrants can be kept fully open.
It will be a year in which the
new and continuing relationship
of American Jewry to Israel
should be clarified", and within
that framework it is certain that
we shall bear heavy responsibili-
ties for the rehabilitation of refu-
gees and for helping to lay a
fir meconomic foundadtion there.
It will be a year in which we
shall have to give serious atten-
tion to our capital needs at home,
needs which have been neglected
through 20 years of depression,
war and postwar adjustment.
There have been great shifts in
our populations with old neigh
borhoods emptied and new ones
created, and with new types of
services requiring new and addi-
tional facilities. We are planning
now within a different frame-
work from the 1920's, and for a
new generation.
It will be a year in which our
federations, welfare funds, and
community councils will have to
continue, through the inexorable
pressures of human events, to
mobilize all of the forces of Jew-
ish life in attacking the issues
which bear down on the daily
lives of all of us.
It will be a year in which we
shall be propelled likewise by
the impetus of circumstance to-
ward greater teamwork among
the organized communities, and
toward a greater sharing of plans,
programs and policies by the na-
tional and overseas agencies with
each and with the communities.
One objective undoubtedly will be
elimination of needless duplica-
tion of program expense, espe-
cially where agencies* actions are
at cross purposes and tend to
cancel out each other.
Without seeking Uniformity of
thought, we have an opportunity
in the year ahead for the greatest
unity of action we have ever
achieved. We shall need it. And
with it we shall need wisdom,
mutual understanding, vision,
strong will, clear purpose, and
great courage. It is to this co-
operation among all for the better-
ment of all that our council has
been and is now dedicated, and
to which we shall bring the best
that we possess in 5709.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FISHINGFOOSCO
LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS
411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CLOVER CLUB
Famous Hickory House Cuisine
118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD

A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI TIN SHOP
Designers and Builders of Bar, Hotel and
Restaurant Equipment
PAUL HINCKLEY
Phone 2-3596 545 S.W. 22nd Avenue

S.J.
420 Lincoln Road
Realtor
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDENLAWNSFARMS
Phone 2-0541
BranchesHomestead, West Palm Beach. Belle Glade
Mr. and Mrs.
SAUL GRIEF
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish
Friends
*
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
54046c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
GREETINGS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. L. DAVIS CO.. Inc.
TOBACCO WHOLESALERS
548 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-3416
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman
and Family
Phone 3-4859
CHARRON -
WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N.E. Second Avenue
Mary Williams. B. S.. Director
Miami. Florida
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
HANCOCK
Refrigeration Co.
"FRIGIDAIRE DEALER"
Sales and Service
3637 N.W. 17th Av.
Phont) 7-7278
H C. HANCOCK. Prep.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOBLE H. PARKER
REAL ESTATE
1623 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
iji
Ernest A. Fowler Co.
REALTORS
SALES SPECIALISTS
Biscay-no Building
Phone 9-4516
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
EXTENDS TO HIS MANY
FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BEST WISHES FOR THE
NEW YEAR,
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER

TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Denmark's Cast Stone Company
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden SetsPottery
SioneOrnamentalPlaster
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer of
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
*
.
*
East Coast Fisheries. Ine.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
259 Nerihwesi Fourth Street Miami, Florida



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*Jpnist ncr/dHan
.
The Brandeis University
By MARTIN SILVER
Brandeis University, the first Jewish-sponsored coeduca-
tional, nonsectarian institution of hiqher learninq, will open
its doors to the first freshman class of over one hundred on
Thursday, October 14, thus brinqing a dream of years into
reality. *
The school, located at Waltham, these are open to students of
Massachusetts, has a campus of every tradition and every back-
one hundred acres and eight i ground. But the pride of these
major buildings. During the past i denominational groups serves as
six months, a modernization pro-
ardently hope that it may live
up to the high concept of ed-
ucation which Justice Louis
Dembitz Brandeis himself had.
"Brandeis University will open
its doors in October. Its student
body will number slightly over
one hundred. Admission will not
be based on race, color or creed.
The faculty is small, yet it be-
speaks a standard of integrity
that should give us cause for
pride."
Sparked by the dynamic per-
raiDA^OCTOBER
gram has been under way, con-
verting the buildings into dormi-
tories for the men and women,
apartments for faculty, cla^s
rooms, and laboratories. In addi-
tion, the library is being expand-
ed to accomodate 30.000 volumes.
Administration and faculty offices
are also provided.
"The Brandeis Story" is a fasci-
nating one. Born in the minds of
a group of New England business
rr.en years ago. it received sud-
den impetus when the campus
ar.d buildings became available
because of tr.e closing of another
institution. Then the work was
intensified. A drive for funds was
initiated, a building program
agreed upon, and finally, :n May.
1948. Dr. Abram Leon Sachar. was
chosen as president. Formerly
the national director of the Hillel
Foundations, Dr. Sachar brings
the impetus for a basic contribu-1sonality of George Alpert Bos-
ton attorney, the board of trus-
tees of the University have sac-
rificed their own businesses to
find the time to devote to the
problems of the school. Mr. Al-
iUtf pert, as president of the board
af'ftSLSrJIrSiSSSiS trustee's, has spoken before
hundreds of audiences. He ;s
also a member of the Brandeis
Foundation, Inc. He is national
chairman of the clothing division
(Continued on Page 50)
tion to American higher educa-
tion. Even the little Quaker group,
whose numbers are negligible in
the United States, has founded
four famous colleges. The prestige
of the
enhanced, because the American
people recognize that such con-
secrated denominational effort
has resulted in a superb quality
contribution to learning.
"Jews in this country have a
high regard for learning. We send
our children to the universites in
1 much greater numbers than our
proportion in the population. This
is most commendable. But in a
real sense, these young people
are recipients of the generosity
of outstanding Christian groups,
whose benefactions have made
possible the universities that of-
fer hospitality to all who apply.
Has not the time come when the
Jewish community in America
CANTORS9 ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER MIAMI
EXTEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR
long administrative and educa-' should make at least one group
tional experience to his new post. contribution to higher education?
Formal inauguration of the '
University and installation of the
president was to take place just
prior to the opening of school,
(October 7), in appropriate cere-
monies at Symphony Hall, Boston.
"Brandeis University has been
founded in response to the long
felt desire for the Jewish com-
munity in America to make a
corporate contribution of quality
to higher education." Dr. Sachar
said. "Protestant groups have
founded six hundred collegs:
Catholic groups have founded
more than two hundred. Most of
Brandeis University is a modest
attempt in that direction. We
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As world Jewry writes finis to the most dramatic year in two millenia of
its history and tarns the page to what may be an even more decisive year,
the National Jewish Welfare Board-universally k wn as JWB-assays
its role on the Jewish scene in 5709 in the light or its services to Jewry
'r j i?o 7W com.P,e,ed' Adoption by the Jewish Center movement,
under J Wit leadership, of an historic statement of principles, the con-
tinued expansion of the programs and facilities of the Jewish Centers,
typified by the opening of the first new Jewish Center building since
before the war at Arlington, Va., emphasized the increasingly significant
role of the Jewish Centers as a force contributing to the well-being of an
American Jewry facing unprecedented responsibilities.
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of interest and participation in the programs and projects of the JWB-
sponsored Jewish Book Council of America, National Jewish Music
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the old year drew to a close empha-
sized once again JWB's traditional
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American Jewry to serve the reli-
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at home and abroad and in Veterans
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erv Program, said the U.S. coiilc"
effectively help the Palestine sit-
uation bv withholding American
dollars from Great Britain unti'
Britain stopped sending arms to
the Arab states.
On March 10. U.S. chief deleg-
ate to the UN Warren Austin
told the Security Council that the
U.S. had no intention of backing
down on its support of partition.
But. he said, partition must be
implemented by peaceful means.
If the Security Council decided
that the situation in the Holy
Land constituted a threat to world
peace. Austin said, the UN should
then take military steps or im-
-ose economic and other sanc-
tions.
The halls of Congress rever-
berated with charges that the Ad-
ministration was forsaking the
Jews for the pro-Arab stand of
-ertain State Department circle.
The U.S. government, "under
clouds of legal sophistry, has con-
firmed the fears of many of u<
that the State Department lacks
the will to have 6ur government
do its part to make the Palestine
settlement work." Senator Wayne
Morse told the Senate.
One grim day late in March
worst fears were realized when
the U.S. proposed that an in-
terim United Nations trusteeship
be established in Palestine. The
statement, in effect, virtually
scuttled the partition plan.
The Palestine implementation
commission should suspend op-
erations at once. U.S. delegate
Austin said, because the partition
plan was an integral whole and
could not be implemented piece-
meal. The U.S. called for a special
session of the General Assembly
to work out the details of the
trusteeship in time for the termi-
nation of the Mandate on May 15
Secretary of State Marshall, in
Los Angeles for a speaking en-
gagement, attempted to explain
the switch in U.S. policy. It had
been decided upon because of the
need to maintain peace in Pales-
tine, particularly after British
surrenders the Mandate on May
15. he said.
"No successor government will
be in a position on that date to
maintain law and order," he said
"A truce is essential, A military
truce cannot be achieved under
existing circumstances without a
parallel truce in the political
field. A political truce, however.
would bring us up to May 15
without elementary arrangements
for keeping order in that situa-
tion."
In the two days following the
proposal of the trusteeship plan
more than a score of Congression-
al leaders of both houses and of
oth parties bitterly attacked the
Administration for what New
York Republican Senator Irving
M Ives described as "this wholly,
catch as catch can, will o -
the-wish policy."
On March 25 President Truman
faced one of the largest press
conferences in many months. Re-
porters were determined to get
to the bottom of what had caused
the U.S. switch.
The President, reading a pre-
pared statement, explained to
them that the trusteeship had
been ordered to avoid bloodshed
which might lead to war and in-
volve the United States. He said
he was instructing U.S. delegate
Warren Austin to call for a truce
in the Holy Land. Without the
trusteeship and the truce, he said,
open warfare is just over the
horizon.
Both he and Secretary Mar-
shall, who spoke at a press con-
ference an hour later, emphasized
that trusteeship was not a sub-
stitute for partition. Congression-
al reaction was bitter. Senators
Taft. Brewster and. Murray and
Rep. Emanuel Celler attacked the
"confusion" of the Administration
and warned that trusteeship
would be harder to enforce than
partition.
On March 30 the United States
formally requested the Security
(Continued on Page 45)
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Council to call for an Arab-Jew-
sh truce in Palestine and asked
for a special session of the Gen-
tm!tn lSemb!y t0 consider the
tiusteeship plan
On April l the'security Council
agreed to both U.S. proposals and
the special session opened on
SSSLftThe spotlight once m
shifted from Washington to Lake
Success where UN members, with
infinite weariness, took up still
another proposed plan for the
Holy Land-the 3-year temporary
trusteeship asked by the United
States.
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On April 20 the U.S. laid before
the UN a detailed -'working
paper outlining its proposals for
the trusteeship plan for Pales-
tine Should it become netessary .
Ambassador Austin said, the'
United States woud be willing to
join with other countries to send
troops to police Palestine.
This provisional commitment of
U.S. troops for use in the Holy
Land immediately stirred sharp
Congressional comment from both
sides of the fence. Rep. Lawrence
H. Smith asserted, in an angry
speech to the House floor, that
the President had no power to
send troops abroad without prior
Congressional approval.
The next day President Tru-
man took issue with this Congres-
sional critics. He told a news con-
ference that as Commander.in-
Chief of the United States armed
forces he did have the power to
send U.S. troops to Palestine if
he saw fit. But, he said, the U.S.
had promised to send troops as
part of an international police
force, emphasizing that it was not
a unilateral gesture.
A few minutes earlier, in a de-
bate on the Senate floor, Senator
Arthur Vandenberg, chairman of
the Foreign Relations Committee,
had flatly stated that he had not
been consulted about the use of
American troops. Nor, he said
acidly, was he consulted before
the U.S. changed its policy with
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regard to partition. He refused to
say definitely whether be believed
Congressional authorization was
required. That question lay in
the "twilight zone" of President-
ial authority and the limits of
that had never been clearly de-
fined, he said.
Within the days that followed
several Senators and Congress-
men asked the U.S. to recognize
the provisional Jewish govern-
ment that had been set up in
Palestine.
Meanwhile, the U.S., Belgium
and France were appointed mem-
bers of the UN Truce Commis-
sion which was to carry out the
terms of the Security Council's
truce resolution. In fulfilling this
obligation this country sent 125
military observersArmy, Navy
and Marine Corps officersto as-
sist Count Folke Bernadotte to
carrying out the truce. U.S. Navy
communication equipment and
personnel, three small Navy ships
and some small planes also were
sent to Count Bernadotte's head-
quarters in the next few months.
Indicating the increasinglv
serious attitude that the U.S. gov-
ernment was taking towards its
policy in the Middle East, the
President created a special Stat<
Department post on Palestine Af-
fairs and on April 28 named Gen-
eral John H. Hilldring a special
assistant to the Secretary of State
to fill the post. Several weeks
later, however, Gen. Hilldring
wrote Secretary Marshall that ill
health prevented him from tak-
ing the job.
In the meantime, warfare in
the Holy Land had increased to
such an extent that the State De-
partment refused to grant pass-
ports for travel in Palestine where
there appeared to be "no good
reason" for traveling there. The
department advised applicants to
reapply later "when conditions
may be more normal."
In early May another rumor
was born that the U.S. would
again change its policy on Pales-
tine. It was quickly scotched by
Administration spokesmen. Presi-
dent Truman told White House
callers that he still wholehearted-
ly backed partition.
But the truth was slowly dawn-
ing on the world. The Jews, at
the cost of many lives, trials and
sacrifices, had succeeded where
the UN had failedthey had en-
forced partition. While the UN
struggled with unsuccessful sub-
stitute plans the Jews had built
a state and established a govern-
ment. Partition was a fact.
As this was realized many
voices appealed to the U.S. to
recognize the state.
"We will cross that bridge when
we come to it," both President
Truman and Secretary of State
Marshall told press conferences
on May 13, less than two days be-
fore the British Mandate was to
end.
Thus, it was a dramatic sur-
pnee when the White House sud-
denly announcedat ten minutes
after six on May 14that the U.S
bad recognized the Provisional
Government of Israel.
"This government had been in-
formed that a Jewish state has
been proclaimed in Palestine and
recognition has been requested by
the Provisional Government
thereof," the President's state-
ment read. "The United States
recognizes the Provisional Gov-
ernment as the de facto authority
of the new state of Israel."
And so, in the year 5708, fifty
years after the formal launching
of the political Zionist movement,
the state of Israel was not only
reborn but was granted recogni-
tion within minutes after its pro-
clamation by the United States.
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948
YEAR OF DESTINY *W *"
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TINGLE PAINT CO.
"Miami's First Exclusive Paint Store" __
49 S. W. First Street" P>"> 9-2674
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TABAN DISTRIBUTING,- Inc.
2820 N. W. 7th Avenue MiamL Florida
MIAMI BEACH
TWIN CITY NEON
SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT
BILL BOTHWELL
PHONESDAY 9-9921 NIGHT 82-7954
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue
Symbolic of the Season
Gorgeous Flowers
(Elje Jxuttc (larbens, Jht.
Four Fine Stores to Serve You
FT. LAUDERDALE
2 3 0 4
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DISTRICT 5
Florida State Nurses Assn.
10 N. E. 3rd Avenue
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUCHWALD & CO.
Jewelry Novelties Bags
160 W. 34th Street
NEW YORK CITY
731 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA
Telephone 58-1919
GREETINGS
DRAKE & DRAKE
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
3825 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2021

TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tidewater Lumber &
Supply Co., Inc.
3127 Douglas Road
Miami 34, Florida
Genuine Tidewater Red Cypress
Douglas Fir Hardwood Flooring
All General Building Materials
Phone 48-7461
RABBI and MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter Rena Rahel
and son, 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
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and Sons
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
CONGREGATION BETH
TFILAH
And Its Auxiliary and to
Klal Yisroei
for a
KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH
NORTON TIRE CO., Inc.
MIAMI
NORTON PALL0T TIRE CO., inc.
MIAMI BEACH
m
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS
AND OFFICERS OF BETH
SHOLOM CENTER, ITS SIS-
TERHOOD AND JEWRY AT
LARGE
\ HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISSEL and Family
AM'S
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Telephone 4-1681
Coral Gablee, Florida
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Bureau of Jewish Education extend best
wishes for a Happy New Year to the Jewish
Community of Greater Miami
Social Commercial
and Hotel Stationery
Mew year QreetinyA .

Ingravina Company
122 N. E. SIXTH STREET
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
Telephone 3-5174
JAMES J. HILL
LYLE H. GOODYEAR
FRED R. GALEN
May Health and Happiness Be Yours
During the Coming New Year
Florida
Wholesale Grocery Co,
50 N. W. 14th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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PLUMBERS
DAVH> E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS
CONTRACTING REPAIRS
"If Experience Counts We Count"
7516 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-7685
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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General Contractors
Now Located 1827 Purdy Ave.
Phone 58-3133
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP MOTOR CO.
242 Alhambra Circle
Phone 48-6591
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TO ALL A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ST. JOHNS ELECTRIC COMPANY
ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS
JOHN SCHRAEDEL III. Owner
83 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 9-0463
"
Greetings
from
T. B. McGahey
Motor Co., Inc.
CHRYSLER
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Dealers
SALES and SERVICE
Phone 9-6516
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Jenisi> fhriJian
PAGI
j
BEST WISHES TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FRANK V. QUIGLEY
131 Alton Road
PHONE 5-2305
THE PROMISE OF 5709
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
J. Holden Beckwith
Jack Holden Beckwith
EXODONISTS
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Miami Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
1
THE ITE1 W S
SOL
MARGERY ANN
THE LONDON SHOP
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL WORK
Gutters, Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
It is a pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish Friends
and Patrons Sincere Wishes
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROBBINS ROOFING
& SHEET
METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th Street
PHONE 2-3705
W. Mills A. H. Becker
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
21S6 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
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and radios. In Hungary and Ru-
mania sirrilar projects are now-
being built up to include more
'.nd more Jewish men and women
and help them earn their own
way.
Meanwhile, vocational training,
designed to fit Jewish survivors
for useful and productive careers
in the new economies of their
Dative lands, has been extended.
, Ar. encouraging result of these
programs has been the inrtoduc-
tion oi Jewish workers into fields
which traditionally barred Jews
Today, with anti-Semitism out-
lawed. Jewish farmers, coal min-
ers, fishermen and other workers
are busy at their new trades.
working towards self-support In
I all JDC economic reconstruction
programs enabled 120.000 Jews,
plus an estimated 80.000 depend-
ents, to achieve full or partial
self-support in Europe last year.
But even as Europe's Jews
ie towards recovery the need
for supplies to fight" cold and
hunger and disease continued un-
abated. Last year JDC's supply
I lifeline totalled more than 74..
000.000 poundsfood and cloth-
ing and blankets; penicillin, in-
fants' layettes and hospital beds;
kosher meat and textbooks; veg-
j etables and vitamins; streptomy-
cin and milk.
The final major development
touching the lives of Jewish men,
women and children of Europe
last year was the continuing re- i
iuctance of nations in the West-'
ern Hemisphere to open their
gates to immigrants. Yet in the
race of paltry quotas, shipping
shortages and other handicaps
JDC was ablein some degrees
to break through. Last year ap-
proximately 30,000 Jews found
new nomes in the U.S., Canada
r.-Arr.erica and other areas'
Norway was the scene last year
of a highly successful experiment
in resettlement. Four hundred
Jewish men. women and children,
quitting the DP camps, took up
new lives at the invitation of the
Norwegian government. JDC
hepled select the immigrants.
provided a cash grant to each
family group, gave loans for
furniture, clothing and other sup-
plies and subsidized a program of
social and medical work. Within
six months every DP was gain-
fully employed, had suitable liv-
ing acommodations. was learn-
in* the Norwegian language and taken of existi emigration op-
looking forward to the day he! portunities.
remains a question. At this writ-
ing, only Israel offers to fulfill
in any large measure the promise
of the New Year along the emi-
gration front.
At best only 100,000 Jews will
be able to leave Europe for Is-
rael this coming year. At least
1,300.000 others will remain on
the continent. Both for those who
will go and those who will stay,
JDC's chief task in 5709 is to
help turn promise into reality.
The flow of life-saving, life-sus-
taining supplies must be main-
tained. Reconstruction measures
aimed at economic and social re-
vival must be continued and ex-
panded. Every advantage must be
would receive Norwegian citizen-
ship.
The success of the Norwegian
experiment is clear. But whether
other lands (including our own)
will take advantage of the wealth
of human resources which Eu-
rope's displaced Jews represent
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer,
Jr.
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NE WYEAR
IRVING RATHER
ARTHUR SCHAFFEL
LEATHERCRAFT
UPHOLSTERERS
Manufacturers Designers
with the help of JDC's Emiirra r> u- Ba"B<>olhsSetees
tion Department. thTiSSFt C-^w^WkDa-Mlehen Nooks
tion Department, the largest of
'?5 kind in the world.
JDC inaugurated flights from!
Paris to Latm-America to over-:
come the lack of marine trans-
portation. JDC helped send or-!
pr-aned children to Canada under
a project sponsored bv the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress. JDC a--
ranged passage for refugees from
Snanghai to the New World And
of course. JDC financed the im-
migration of tens of thousands to
Israel.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 9-2291
REPAIRS
21 N. W. 9th Street
PHONE 3-5046
It Is With Pleasure Thai I
Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To all my Friends and
Acquaintances
O. B. WHITE
46 N. W. First Street
PHONE 2-4010
GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
McAllister Flowers
"Say It with Flowers
But Say It with Ours"
r 629 S. W. 1.J St. Phone 2-3773
Yet amdist the tremendous ef-
fort JDC must undertake in 5709
to promote the recovery of Eu-
rope's Jews a new sound is heard,
a new plea for help. The hundreds
of thousands of Jews of the Mos-
lem countriesare calling today
for assistance, for succor from
the ravages of Arab marauders.
There has been violence and
burning and looting in Tripoli,
Aden, Syria and Egypt. More out-
breaks may come. We must be
on the alert to meet more fre-
quent emergency calls for help
from this area.
On the whole, however, the out-
look for the New Year is the
brightest since the miraculous
days three and a half years ago
when the mighty Allied armies
rolled through Europe to liber-
ate the continent. With the ac-
hievements of the past twelve
months behind us, new perspec-
tives will guide the direction and
organization of overseas aid. This
vear JDC can plan and execute
lor.g-range programs of emigra-
tion and reconstruction, and as
these programs become realized
the planning of relief activities
will be facilitated.
The New Year opens with a
flash of lightning, revealing new
horizons of hope. Europe's Jews
have the will and energy and pur-
oose to fulfill the promose of
5709, but they cannot do it alone.
They need our strength, and the
knowledge that we are behind
them as they cross new thres-
holds. The challenge to match our
strength with their will is one. I
am certain, the Jews of America
will answer with full hearts and
mighty hands.
And PatronV "^Pri^l
LARRY MARKS &
m **>**$
HAPPY NEW Year TQ
Riverview <
RTTSlcali2in9 ^ J
STEAKS CHOPS u2
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"Yo*r Patronage
Always Appreciated"
2780N.W.N.RwWDr
PHONE 2-8814
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Frit
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORil
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
300 South Miami Aftnui
PHONE 2-7664
&
m
Mr. and Hn,
Harry Saffer
and Family
Extend Their Best Wishes
TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DALLAS PARX HOTEL BLDG.
225 S.E. 1st AVE.
PHONE 3-5761
A HAPPY NEW YEAR ~
Miami Wholesale
Grocery Co.
122 N. E 11th Street
Distributors for
SCHLrrz BEER
OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
MIGROCO WINES
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
ORANGE BOWL
Grapefruit Juice
100*. Pure Orange and
We Serve
_ P^AL PINEAPPLE
COCOANUT PAPAYA
TROPICAL PUNCH
PHONE 3-9433
232 E. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE
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COMPANY
duPONT BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 2-5154
L-??Mt Month'T Payment in
inn Area on Home Loans
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FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLA.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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TO ALL
Eatwell
Restaurant
Some As Good
None Better
"The Best for Less"
909 N. Miami Are.
MIAMI
Jf-j NEW YEAR g
k GREETINGS
Round Trip
VIA SS. FLORIDA
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from $45 piu, ^
Tax
$42 P1"
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SEASON'S GREETINGS

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Phone 4JM*e MIAML FLORIDA
Phoo. 9-5586 Af B SEWMASi pr
MR- and MRS
L. SILVERMAN
t and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119S.W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wish for AH Their Patron,
ad Friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ON THE
NEW YEAR
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Linen Shops
657 Lincoln Road
104 E. Flagler Street
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
South African Nationalists And The Jews
*JhmM/krMam
PAGE FORTY-NINE
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
Some of the comment now ap-
pearing in the British and Amer-
ican press on the new National
government in South Africa shows
a fantastic ignorance of South
African conditions and a complete
misunderstanding of the position
of South African Jewry.
The comment most commonly
encountered tries to parallel Dr.
Malan and his Nationalist Party
with Hitler and his Nazis. The
based upon the
fact
South African neutrality in
World War II; expressed in their
opposition to the Union's war ef-
fort some sympathy with the
Nazis in the early war years;
even took over certain Nazi
slogans, e.g., "British Jewish Im-
perialism," "British Jewish Com-
munism," etc.in some of their
propaganda.
Now it is true that the Nation-
ist Party passed through such a
phase; it is true that the atti-
tudes adopted in those years are
not without potential danger for
the future; but to argue that such
facts equate Dr. Malan's Nation-
alists with Hitler's Nazis is to
disregard the motive forces of
South African politics and the
paths they pursued.
There was a Nationalist Party
in South Africa long before Hitler
came upon the political scene. It
was led by the late General J. B.
M. Hertzog, and the only real re-
spect in which it differed from
General Smuts' party was in its
greater emphasis on Afrikaner
nationalism and its hostility to
the British Empire. There were no
basic economic differences be-
tween the two parties, though the
Nationalist Party followed a pol-
icy of greater protection for
emergent local industry. Both
parties shared a "herrenvolkism,"
that is endemic in all South Af-
rican politics: the "herrenvolk-
ism" of the Union's 2,500,000
white people, who reserve essen-
tial political rights strictly to
themselves and keep the Union's
9,000,000 black and colored people
in a position of franchiseless sub-
ordination.
This "herrenvolkism" is rooted
in the white man's fear that if
he grants the black man's request
for political rights, he will lose
his own foothold and be reduced
to the subordinate group. It is a
color herrenvolkism in which
white is banded against black and
tries to make time stand still
It has nothing of the Nazi herren-
volkism towards Jews. Jews were
as much at home in General Hert-
zog s party as they were in the
party led by General Smuts. In-
deed, many Jews helped Hert-
zog s Nationalists to defeat Smuts
,?nH 2fkaxrd^elP hjgh Positions
under the Nationalist regime. Na-
comparison is based upon the T"'u "'e "." regime. Na-
fact that the Nationalists urged ^"^Slmin!sters crdially re-
. ___ __ teivea Zionist <*micc***.; _j _
--------------- Miany IC-
ceived Zionist emissaries, and it
was General Hertzog's National-
ist Government which adopted
the South African pro-Zionist De-
claration of 1926.
Dr. Malan was a leading mem-
ber of General Hertzog's Nation-
alist party. He was Minister of
Interior in Hertzog's Cabinet. And
in spite of the fact that it was
he who piloted through Parlia-
ment the Quota Act of 1930
(which had the effect of limiting
Jewish immigration to South Af-
frica), there is no evidence that
he was in any way anti-Semitical-
ly inclined. On the contrary, he
addressed more than one cordial
message to the Jewish commun-
ity.
In the early 1930's South Africa
was shaken by the backwash of
the American and European de-
pression and the gold standard
crisis. Theratened for the first
time by economic rather than
political stresses, Smuts and Hert
z<>g joined hands in a Coalition
Government in 1933. Dr. Malan
was a member of that Coalition
and General Smuts supported
him in his election campaign
when the Coalition went to the
country the same year to get a
mandate from the people.
It was only after the election,
when Smuts and Hertzog decided
to fuse their two parties into the
United Party that differences
arose. Dr. Malan disagreed with
the amalgamation; he wanted to
see the Nationalists retain their
separate identity; he left his old
leader and went into opposition
on this score.
He took a fewnot many
Nationalists with him. It is the
party that grew around this
nucleus which today holds the
largest number of seats in the
South African parliament. Super-
ficially it is a new party, but
basically it is a continuation of
General Hertzog's old Nationalist
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Party and more and more of Gen- roots, not in Nazism, but in thr
eral Hertzog's old followers have
drifted over to it in the course of
the years.
The anti-British aspect had its
last century's strife between
Briton and Boer in South Africa,
and in Britain's conquest of Boer
in the Anglo-Boer war. The anti-
(Continued on Page 52)
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Extends Sincerest
New Year Greetings
To All Our Friends. .
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write direct to our Chicago office and these orders
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rJewlstincrMton
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1943
TONY & LILLIAN FRIEND
MILTON & MOLLY HART
of the
BEACH FOOD CENTER
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAVID B. BROOKS
BEACH FOOD CENTER
1421 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
PEABL-LOTE
LIGHTING PRODUCTS
Manufacturers of
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
The Brandeis University
Phone 9-4891
915 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WATERMAN STEAMSHIP CORP.. AGENTS
Pan-Atlantic* Steamship Corp-
Coastwise Service
To MIAMI From NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA
and BALTIMORE
(Continued from Page 42)
of the United Jewish Appeal for
Meyer Jaffe. president of the
J end J. Corrugated Box Corp..
Fall River. Massachusetts, is
chairman of the building com-
mittee and a hoard member Un-
der his direction the building
program is being rushed to com-
pletion on schedule, and at amaz-
ingly low cost.
Ot.er merrbers of the board
include: Abraham Shapiro. Bos
ton, manufacturer and wideK
known philanthropist: James J.
Axelrod, president of the Aire -
da'e Worsted Mills, also residirg
in Boston: Norman S. Rabb, vi-e
president of Stop and Shop. In ..
Boston: and Joseph F. Ford, presi-
dent of the Ford Manufacturing
.-any. Boston. All of the foro-
og men are members of the
board of trustees of the Brandeis
Foundation. Inc.. as welL
In addition. Dudley Kimba .
of Belmont. Massachusetts, and
Dr. Paul Klapper. president emr-
itus of Queens College. New York,
rc -embers of the University
board of trustees. Plans are under
way to expand the University
Sincere Wishes For
A Happy New Year
SARAH SHOCHET
board by the election of leaders
in the field of business, educa-
tion and finance. Thus the board
will become national in char-
acter. ,
Enthusiastic cooperation 01
leading Jewish builders, archi-
tects, engineers, contractors and
material supply men in the New
England area guarantee that the
building program will be con-
cluded on schedule. Professionals
donated their time, sometimes
o the detriment of their practice,
and materials men slashed their
orices and stepped up deliveries
A furniture committee, including
prominent manufacturers and
dealers, are equipping the build-
ings at a price that would have
been considered low back in
1932. Altogether, a program that
would have ordinarily cost a mil-
ion dollars will not even ap-
o-oach half that
Supporters of the University
and of the Foundation have
pledged over a million dollars for
the initial stage of financing. Pre-
liminary estimates indicate that
the school will need approximate-
ly five million dollars in the next
four years in order to provide
facilities for an eventual enroll-
ment of approximately 1000 stu-
dents in an institution of high
academic quality. Following the
first academic generation, plans
will be made for the ad-
i.
East End Pier 1, Miami
Phone 3-5583
ilest Wishes
For A Happy and
Prosperous Xew Year
1
KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO., INC.
37th ST. and NORMAL AVE.
CHICAGO, ILL.
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
COMMERCIAL
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
PAINTS. LACQUERS
VARNISHES. BRUSHES
WHOLESALE
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5705 N. W. 27th Avenue
For the Finest in Flowers
RAMSEY'S FLOWERS
GROWERS RETAILERS
Phone 9-1912
172 West Flagler St.
Miami 36. Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK POMERANZ
KOSHER MEAT DEPT.
BEACH FOOD CENTER
1421 Washington Ave.
dition of other schools to the
present college of Liberal Arts.
The faculty, chosen on the same
basis of quality without regard
to "quotas," includes the follow-
ing:
Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, one of
the ablest critics of American
literature will be Professor of
Comparative Literature. His work
Expression in America, first pub-
lished twenty years ago is still
the classic in its field. A proliffic
writer, he has a long list of
novels and volumes of essays to
his credit.
Dr. David S. Berkowitz, associ-
ate professor of History and Poli-
tical Science, was trained at Har-
vard, where he also taught, spe-
cializing in English History and
Political Theory. He also did ad-
ministrative and research work
while at Harvard. He was as-
sociate professor and chairman in
the department of Social Sciences
at Emerson College. Later he
helped pioneer a State University
for New York. He combines aca-
demic and administrative experi-
ence of the highest order.
Milton Hindus is to be the as-
sistant professor of English. He
has taught at Hunter College, at
the New School for Social Re-
search, and for the past two years
has been assistance professor of
English at the University of Chi-
cago and was in charge, while
there, of the University's Exten-
sion service.
Dr. Lois Rossignol will be as-
sistant professor of Speech. At
Queens College she was in charge
of the Speech Clinic and has had
considerable experience in the
field of speech correction. Much
of her work at Brandeis in the
coming academic year will be on
an individual basis.
Stuart Mayper will be instruc-
tor in Chemistry. He received his
training at the City College in
New York and Ohio State Uni-
versity. At one time he served
as a research chemist for the
Interchemical Corporation and for
the Phelps Dodge Corporation.
Dr. Aron Gurwitsch will be as-
sistant professor of Mathematics.
His is a distinguished background
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The Brandeis
University
(Continued from Preceding Page)
in European universities Includ
"g Berlin. Frankfurt and Goet-
ineen. He also taught at the
c'orbonne from 1933 to 1940 and
Then joined the faculty of JoHhs
Hopkins University. He taught ai
Harvard until 1946, and during the
oast year he bas been on the
faculty of Wheaton College.
nr Oborne Earle will be as-
tistant professor of English.
Trained at Harvard, he has bee
on the faculty of Wheaton Col
ieCe for the past ton years.
Dr. Joseph I. Cheskis will be
lecturer in Romance Language*
and Literature. His undergradu-
ate work was done in Europe and
especially in the University of
Paris. His doctorate was received
at Harvard. He has occupied
academic posts at the University
of Iowa, the University of Ar-
kansas, and the University of
Michigan.
William Leibowitz will be as-
sistant librarian. He studied a<
New York University and aslo at
Harvard University and obtained
a law degree from Columbia. He
is a member of the Massachusetts
Bar Association and served as
president of the Middlesex Uni-
versity until 1943.
Dr. Sachar hopes for a ratio of
no more than 12 students for
each faculty member, almost c
"tutorial" systemto get away
from the drawbacks inherent in
the "anonymity" of big institu-
tions. Brandeis will offer its
faculty good salaries, freedom to
pursue their work unhampered
by administrative chores, and
contact with young people se-
lected only for their abilties and
promise.
Dr. Sachar adds that adjust-
ments will be made in the Brand-
eis program as often as necessary.
"We feel free to improvise."
Brandeis will be an academic
community where study will be
directed to be sure that the stu-
dents have learned fundamental
disciplines.
Speaking at a dinner in his
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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challenge laid down by Justice
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(Continued on Page 54)
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 .^

;
South African Nationalists And The Jews
(Continued from Page 49)
Jewish aspect was, more directly,
a graft from Nazism and foreign
to the Boer tradition, which had
welcomed Jews to South Africa,
which felt a Biblical sympathy
with them and which had given
them open home even in the Na-
tionalist Party. But in the pat-
tern of those years, the Jews were
solidly behind Smuts and Hert-
zog. and hence opponents of Dr
Malan's party. It was this fact,
tied to their anti-Britishness. tied
to a certain sympathy with a
Germany that had also been de-
feated by Britain, which provided
the ground for the Nazi anti-
Semitic seed to germinate an
the Malanites.
The early war years accen-
tuated this trend. The war helped
the Nationalists by splitl ng the
Smuts Hertzog government
South Africans have an h
fixation in any war crisis involv-
ing Britain. The British section
instinctively side? with Britain
right or wrong: the Boer section
no less instinctively tends to re-
sist siding with Britaineven
when she is right. This was the
position in World War I and the
pattern was repeated, though not
as clearly, in World War II. Gen-
eral Smuts and a majority of the
United Party moved to enter the
war on the Allied side; General
Hertzog and the minority of the
United Party urged neutrality.
Majority and minority were sep-
arated bv only 3 votes.
Those 'were tense days. There
were wild stories that Hertzog
would use police and militia to
have his way: and that the Ma-
lanites would whole-heartedly
support him. If the Nationalists
had been Nazis, they would have
taken this course. But even in
this crisis they remained true to
their constitutional tradition.
Hertzog resigned the premier-
ship, left the government, went
over to the opposition. Some of
his followers went with him,
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others remained with Smuts, who
became the wartime premier.
In the early war years, the air
was full of heat, threats. pro-
Nazi statements. There was talk
of a united Nationalist front in
which also the Ossewabrandwag.
an avowedly fascist organization,
would share. There was talk of a
republic in which citizenship
would be restricted to -loyal ele-
ments" and "national elements."
and denied to Jews and others
who would be regarded as "un-
national." ur.assimilable." etc.
There was talk of repatriating
non-naturalized Jews (and even
some naturalized Jews who came
to ou:h Africa after a certain
date.' and of introducing a quota
svstem for Jews in commerce and
:he professions. The Transvaal I
branch of the Nationalist party)
introduced a clause banning Jews |
from membership.
The war ended, and the drift
away from semi-Nazi ideas among
the Nationalists was accentuated.
The Nationalists began to give
assurance that, although they had
urged South African neutrality in
the war and opposed the Union's
war effort, they would, if re-
turned to power, honor the SmuL<"
Government's commitments to
soldiers. And there was less anti-
Semitic talk. And there were
some Nationalists who even said
that, after all, the Jews were
citizens of South Africa, and theii
rights must be respected. Others
said that these did not speak of-
ficially for the party; but as the
party itself remained discreetly
silent on the subject, people-
could take their choice. On the
one hand, there was the ban
against Jewish members in the
Transvaal: and on the other hand
there were these moderate state-
ments. It is however, worthy of
note that even in the triumphant
Hitler years, the party never en-
tirely gave way to the Nazi at-
titude of Jews. The furthest that
the party ever went on the Jewish
question was the following clause,
written into its "Programme of
Principles, Programme of Action
and Constitution," by the Federal
Council of the party in 1941:
"The Council recommends that
under the heading of 'immigra-
tion and the Jewish question' the
following shall be adopted:
a) The repatriation of all il-
legal and undesirable elements.
b) The party favors in general
the immigration of suitable, as-
similable white European popu-
lation elements.
c) In view of South Africa's
specific problems, the party rec-
ommends the immediate cessation
of all further immigration of
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Jews, and further of all elements
which cannot be assimilated by
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d) It further has in view:
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over naturalization; 2. introduc-
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e) The party wishes to ta| i.
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(Continued on Page 53/
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*Jewisti florid fan
South African Nationalists And The Jews
(Continued from Page 52)
own original white population
elements for earning a living in
every sphere and to protect them
against unfair competition."
The Nationalist Party's outlook
deeply influenced by the atti-
tude of the Dutch Reformed
Church, the strongest single
church in South Africa. Dr. Malan
was once a minister of this church
and various other Nationalist pol-
iticians and journalists also had
their beginnings in or very close
to its pulpits. It is the Dutch Re-
formed Church which is the
strongest single force in South
Africa on the color question. It
rigidlv resists any formula which
would give anything more than
token political representation to
non-Europeans.
This decision, it might be argued
bv the uninitiated, is very am-
biguous and keeps the door open
for anti-Jewish legislation on the
score of protecting our people's
interests." But in fact it represent?
a victory for those elements, in
the church and in the Nationalist
Party, which were opposed to
anti-Semitism. The phrasing is
ambiguous because South African
politics is full of ambiguitieson
General Smuts' side no less than
on Dr. Malan's.
There was no anti-Semitism in
the Nationalist campaign in the
recent election. Dr. Malan even
made a long and guarded state-
ment last October, the basic con-
tent of which was that the Na-
tionalist Party was not anti-
Semitic and did not intend to
introduce any discriminatory leg-
islation against South African
Jewry. The guarded nature of the
statement rather tempered its re-
assuring intention: the more so
since the Transvaal branch of the
Nationalist Party still retained
(and does to this day) its ban on
Jewish members.
When, therefore, the National-
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kts came to power in the recent
election, South African Jews
were justifiably concerned over
their position vis a vis the new
regime. There were feelings of
dquiet In view of the past atti-
tude of the Nationalist Party and
it* wartime statements. These
feelings were partially allayed by
declarations by the new Prime
Minster. Dr. Malan. and the Min-
ister of Finance, Mr. Havenga, as-
suring equality of treatment to
a" sections; they were further al-
layed at an interview which lead-
ers of the South African Board
ot Jewish Deputies had with the
P:ime Minister some weeks later.
The Prime Minister, who received
the deputation cordially, stated
that both he and the government
stood by the policy of non-dis-
crimination against any section
of the European population of
South Africa, and looked forward
to the time when there would be
no further talk of the so-called
Jewish question in this country
Due weight must be attached
to such an assurance, as the de-
claration of a responsible states-
man, speaking in the name of a
constitutionally elected govern-
ment which has to gain national
and international confidence in
order to exercise its functions.
At the same time, the past record
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that due vigilance must be main-
tained in South Africa and
abroad, against those who would
like to see the Nationalist pursue
a more reactionary course. There
are still such elements within the
party and they have not given
up hope of stressing their view-
point.
But even the fact that such ele-
ment exist does not warrant the
false parallels that some com-
mentators are drawing between
conditions in South Africa and
Germany. This study of changing
policy should show that actually
there is no parallel at all.
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Phone: 5-3355 5-7777
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1948

GREETINGS
IEICOIRT
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES
Miami Beach
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557 Lincoln Road. Lincoln Theatre Building
GREETINGS
AIR CONDITIONED
PHONE 88-9234

BAHAMA
Hiekory Patio & Cocktail Lounge
PACKAGE GOODS
3890 N. W. 36th Street
Miami. Fla.
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT
BROUSSARDS
OF NEW ORLEANS
OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC AT
10390 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 6-1117
CLOSED MONDAYS
We take this opportunity
to express our fondest desire
that the year
5709
be filled with "Brocho
Blessings" of Peace, Health
Happiness and Prosperity
For All Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg
AND FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman
OWNERS and OPERATORS
THE TIDES HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
The Brandeis
University
(Continued from Page 51)
honor recently, in response to the
audience:
Justice Roberts emphasizes as
the second moral imperative
which dominated the life of Louis
Dembitz Brandeis, his devotion
to service. "Throughout his life-
say Justice Roberts. "Brandeis
was conscious that he owed it to
his iellowmen. both by example
ai d by precept, to promote better
living and to improve the habit
of unselfish cooperation among
the groups which compose the
comunity.' His view was that
w'-en one had heeded the first
imperative of thoroughness and
integrity of intellectual effort and
developed his talents to the limit,
the fruits of that achievement
should be devoted to the welfare
of one's fellows.
Here, too, I believe that our
fledgling University may pledge
itself without qualification. The
thoroughness and the conscien-
tiousness of scholarship will
guarantee academic integrity. But
fact will not be divorced from
value. The skills for making a
living will not be separated from
the disciplines for making a life.
There is too much opportunism
in modern life, too much cynic-
ism, too much striving for suc-
cess alone. No university is worth
its salt which does not concern
itself with the uses to which fact
and data and scientific skill are
put.
"I cannot help commenting on
another historic coincidence
which stimulates many hopes and
which has been alluded to on
many occasions. We are launch-
ing our University in the same
period that the State of Israel
begins its independent existence.
Justice Brandeis was deeply de-
voted to the cause of a homeland
for the Jewish people in Pales-
tine and his leadership in this
cause gave strength to his fellow
workers in America. His pre-
eminence in so many areas of
American life made him an in-
evitable example of the Ameri-
can spirit. It is appropriate that
his name be given to an Ameri-
can educational institution of
quality which begins its life al-
most in the same moment that
the State of Israel resurrects and
fulfills an ancient dream."
GREETINGS
SADYE NATHAN
FAMED TINT AND COIFFURE ARTISTS
BEAUTY SALON
1638 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 58-4388
GREETINGS
LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY CO.
Wholesale Only
PIPES VALVES FITTINGS FIXTURES
PLUMBING SPECIALTIES and WATER PUMPS
3430 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-3307
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. L- COTTON
FOR SOUTH MIAMI REAL ESTATE
101 SO. STATE HIGHWAY PHONE 4-1253
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR .
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Miami Beach Awning Co.
Bert J. Reilly. OwnerH. 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
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BISCAYNE HOSPITAL
6339 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE 7-7617
JWB "Firsts"
Briefs appearing through the
pages of the Jewish New Year
edition emanated from the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
under the title "Jewish Center
"Firsts'." The items describe
little knouta historical [facts
about the beginnings of the
YMHA's, progenitors of the
Jewish Centers.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TAMIAMI
CYCLE
1561 S. W. 8th Street

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TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MORT PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING SERVICE
CONTRACTS SALES
1389 N. W. 54th Street
Phone 89-3441
MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S
BALL and 111 AI*
BAR RESTUARANT AND PACKAGE STORE
Reasonable Prices
OPEN UNTIL 5 A. M.
Fred Parquette at the Piano
1513 S. W. 8th St.
(Opposite Tower Theater)
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DAISEY &
COMPANY
BEAUTY SUPPLIES
and
EQUIPMENT
Zotos Lustron
Naylon Realistic
Eugene Modecraft
Breck Koken
Halliwell Paxker-Herbex
Marinello Monique
Nestle Foreber Amber
Thermique Bonat
Miami's Complete Supply House
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
DYES. TINTS AND NATIONAL-
LY KNOWN SUPPLIES
Telephones 2-4345 & 82.3805
21 S.W. 2nd AVE.
Daily Delivery Service
We Specialize in Designing and
Installing Your Salon
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BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JERSEY ICE CREAM
JERSEY ICE CREAM CO.
67 N. E. 27th STREET
PHONE 2-1751
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I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The Jewish Doctor:
His Contribution To Progress
Every medical college in the land has secretly set up a
quota, which restricts and reduces the number of Jewish students.
There is something truly ironic in this "Gentlemen's Agreed
ment" of covert anti-Semitism. No people in the world have a
higher right to the practice of medicine, a profession the Jew has
kept alive in the darkest periods
of recorded history.
Nor does the story of the Jew-
ish doctor begin with the 9th
century. The creative achieve-
ments of Ehrlich, Freud, War-
burg, Wasserman, Lombroso and
Metchnikoff simply continue a
remarkable chain that stretches
across the centuries from the fall
of Rome to modern times.
His Rise
The evolution of the Jewish
doctor in the early days of the
church was neither accidental nor
due to uncanny talent. The world
revolution that established the
new order known as primitive
Christianity decided to stress
faith and ignore science. The ex-
perience accumulated for cen-
turies in the ancient hospitals,
the Aesculapions, by the pagan
priests minstering to the sick was
studied and classified in the med-
ical section of the Serapion at
Alexandria. Their knowledge was
now discarded by the new power
of monk and priest. With the help
of club and firebrand, they
preached that science was a pagan
invention, full of error and heresy,
similar to the nonsense about the
earth being a round ball and re-
volving around the sun.
Sickness, they explained, was
the result of sin; and the true
remedy lay only in prayer. If
the repentance of the sufferer was
GREETINGS TO ALL
from
BRODRIB
FURNITURE CO.
4015 N. W. 17th Ave.
Phone 7-9089
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DIXON COSTUME SHOP
724 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-5333
GREETINGS
GENERAL
INSULATING
COMPANY

JOHNS-MANVILLE
ROCK WOOL HOME
INSULATION

2119 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 9-4842
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GILPIN'S
CAMERA STORE
Photographic SuppUes and
Accessories for the
Amateur and Professional
Opposite Huntington Bldg.
159 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-0463
sincere, his prayer would be
heard by the saint he invoked.
The sincerity of the ailing sinner
could best be measured by the
size and value of his votive offer-
ing. The priest was, therefore the
best doctor; the shrine the best
hospital. Thus the science found-
ed by Hippocrates, developed by
Galen, and practiced by the hosts
of unnamed, forgotten practition-
ers of the ancient world was for-
bidden to the faithful, and con-
temptuously relinquished to the
Jews.
The Jewish physician was able
to salvage the remaining scraps
of the almost forgotten healing
art. He was neither handicapped
by the superstition of the
priests, nor by the supernatural-
ism of shrine worship. Usually a
rational scholar, he became a
powerful factor in weakening the
grip which apparitions, ghosts,
wizards, sorcerers, demons, incubi
and succubi.held over the public
mind. Without the help of in-
cantations or the touching of holy
relics, the Jewish doctor was able
to effect cures, which astonished
the purveyors of the miraculous
r-nd the supernatural. The monks
and priests could not conceal
their chagrin towards the Jewish
doctor, whose professional efforts,
whose very presence, helped to
undermine public faith in the
hocus pocus of the miracle and
relic cure. No wonder Church
Councils forbid Christians to re-
ceive treatment from Jewish phy-
sicians. But such restrictions were
evidently imposed for the benefit
of the rabble. The Princes of the
Church and the Rulers of Europe
utilized the science and skill of
Jewish doctor even if his very
touch would imperil the souls of
devout but more simple Chris-
tians.
His Meridian
When the religion of Islam
swept triumphantly across the
Asiatic and North African con-
tinents, the Jewish physician rose
to new heights of power and in-
fluence. He filled a need sorely
felt among the semi-savage Be-
douins, who suddenly found them-
selves world conquerors. Jewish
scholars and physicians headed
the medical colleges of Bagdad
and Toledo. During the 9th and
10th centuries as Saracen influ-
ence reached into Europe, the
Jewish physician was seen on the
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GREETINGS TO ALL
L. C. MORRIS
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2581 N. W. 72nd STREET
PHONE 78-0551
GREETINGS TO ALL
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY
3596 N. W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
Phone 2-0376
TO ALL GREETINGS
Western Meat Co.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
2122 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami
Ine.
TO ALL GREETING
WENDELL'S
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
535 N.W. 54th St
Miami
GREETINGS
NEW! AMAZING1 SILICONE
WaterproofsPolishesPreserve* Everything
Waxed Silicone for Buildings. Automobiles. Furniture, Marine
Insecticides for All Purposes
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Conditions
WAXED SILICONE SALES CO.
5028 N. W. 7th Ave. of MIAMI Phone 78-1770
GREETINGS
W. B. Probasco Block Co.
Manufacturers
CONCRETE COLUMNS & U BLOCKS
4470 S. W. 74th Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PEEK ROOFING CO.
Phones 9-7679 and 7-0916
ROOFING OF ALL KINDS
REPAIRS OUR SPECIALTY
I. W. PEEK
1161 S. W. First Street
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Phone 78-7722
NORTH DADE
ELECTRIC CO.
715 N. E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI. FLA.
GREETINGS
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JOSEPH G. MORETTI
CONTRACTORS
2401 N. W. Seventh Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TOALLA MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MOON ART SHOP
ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING
COMMERCIAL AND FINE
ARTIST SUPPLIES
215 South Miami Ave.
GREETINGS
WARD PAVING CO.
CONTRACTORS
STREETS
1731 N. W. 54th Street
ROADS
MIAMI
SIDEWALKS
Phone 89-2718
Utzinger's Musical Instrument Service
The Only Complete Cepair and Refinishing Service in Miami
Martin Band Instruments Factory Methods and Parts used
Member Affiliated Musician Service of America
11 and 13 N. E. 5th St. Phone 9-3554 Miami 36. Fla.
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TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI SOAP
27TH STREET
HIALEAH
CO.
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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VENETIAN WINDOW CORPORATION
2734 S. W. 28th Lane
Miami
GREETINGS
FIXTURES APPLIANCES
MYERS ELECTRIC CO.. INC.
Contractors Dealers
4225 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES MIAMI
"Gablelitert"
JOHN E. MEYERS Phone: Day 4-2878
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MR. and MRS. MILTON WEINER
and DAUGHTER BARBARA
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
!
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO.
MILO W. BENNETT
1816 West Ave.
Miami Beach

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"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP.
HARDWARE & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS
Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC, INC.
1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576
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YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A 1 1* 1 I E 1 1: R
TAXIDERMIST
THE SISTERHOOD
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS PEARL VALSEY. President
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
CASTLE DECORATORS
Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies
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LEONARD MORIBER"
555 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHILIP I. MORIBER
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OF THE
MIAMI REACH JEWISH CENTER
in heartfelt and grateful appreciation oi 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.
New Year Message
From
Henry A. Wallace
On this Jewish New Year usher-
ing in the year 5709, the Jewish
people of American can look back
on another year in which the fate
of their people was intimately
connected with the national and
international struggle for peace
and democracy. Heartened by the
four freedoms and by the ideal-
istic and couragerous leadership
of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the
Jewish people who had lost six
million kinsmen at the hands of
Hitler and his allies looked for
ward at the end of the war to an-
era which would see the end of
1 anti-Semtism and the fulfillment
iof their dearest aspirations.
Durir.g the last year, however,
the Jewish people have been al-
armed by the cynicism of the
State Department and of the bi-
partisan policv.makers who place
fe interests of the oil trust?
above the welfare of the people
of Israel and of the Jews in Dis-
placed Persons camps. They have
ibeen increasingly disturbed by
the growth of anti-Semitism
' throughout America manifested
even in anti-Semitic remarks in
the Congress of the United States
and in high offices of the govern-
ment.
I was deeply moved last year
by my trip to Palestine. I ad-
mired the magnificent pioneering
efforts of the Jewish engineers
and farmers. At the same time, I
was ashamed of my own govern-
ment's policy in regard to the
Jewish people there. At home on*
of the chief factors which moved
me to announce my candidacy for
the presidency was the alarming
attacks on the civil liberties of
the American people and espe-
cially on the rights of the minori-
ties.
During the last year, on the
other hand, the Jewish people
have seen the State of Israel
gallantly defend itself against ag-
gressors. At home they have par-
ticipate4 in the establishment of
the new Progressive Party whose
aim it is to free the control of
American foreign policy from tho
hands of the bankers, the gen-
erals and the cartellists so that
the betrayal of Israel will never
again be repeated in any land
The Jewish people of America,
too, have joined with other free-
dom-loving Americans to put an
end to the current drive against
American civil liberties for a re-
turn to the best traditions of
American democracy. Having suf.
fered more than any other people
in the last war, the Jewish people
have come forth as a leading
force for peace in America.
On this high holiday I greet
the courageous and industrious
patriotic Jewish people of Amer-
ica and wish them a New Year
of peace, hope and abundance.
First association with the name
Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion was established in Baltimore
in 1854.
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. AND MRS. E. J. BASKIND
and FAMILY
G R E E t'i N^J S "
HOWARD BACKUS
TOWING LIGHTERING
WHOLESALE SAND CRANE RENTAL
Yard800 N. W. 12ih Ave.. P. O. Box 681
Yard Phone 3-5019 Res. Phone 7-1042
MIAMI 4. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE
AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR
DIAPERS 8c BABY CLOTHES
2111 N. W. 10th Avenua Phone 8-5513
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PETE GASCOYNE
ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP.
2851 S. W. 31st Ave.
Miami
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON
and FAMILY
3127 Prairie Avenue Miami Beach
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KENNY'S RESTAURANT
"In the Heart 0/ Downtown Miami"
A SNACK OR MEAL
200 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MAY ALL JEWRY BE INSCRIBED FOR A YEAR OF
LIFE. HAPPINESS. HEALTH
A. & B. PIPE & STEEL
500 N. W. 5th STREET.
CORNER 5th AVENUE
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Btrkowiti
Mr. and Mrs. Al Btrkowiti
Mr. and Mrs. Aha Barkowiti
Mildred, Harold and DonaW
Btrkowiti
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO ALL OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS
WITH MUTUAL HOPES FOR A NEW GOOD YEAR!
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The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors
of
BETH JACOB CONGR] UATION
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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Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sher
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO.
Formerly
MILLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO.
127 N. E. 27th ATonue Phone 2-0557
TO ALL GREETINGS
LINCOLN CONSTRUCTION CO.
LINCOLN BLDG.. 350 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Pres., Bernard Cohen
V. Pres., Al M. Smith
Sec., Stephen C. Leiiert
Mgr., Abe Friedwald
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NORTON R. GANGER CO.
Air Conditioning
601 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-8361
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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SEA BAY CORPORATION
Harbor Island 79th St. Causeway
MIAMI BEACH
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Mr. and Mrs. M. KEILSON
2252 S.W. 22nd Terrace
MIAMI. FLA.
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
1 APPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
David R. RiiasHyland Rifas
Miami Title and Abstract Company
22 Years of Title Service In Dade County
41 N. L FIRST AVE.
TELEPHONE 34M1
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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E. B. Leatherman
cixrz of circuit court
date county
How Tax Laws
Make Giving
To Charity Easy
With national income running
over 211 billions, Americans are
giving up less than l%% of it to
support hard hit religious in-
stitutions, colleges and charities.
All drives for money report road
blocks of an unexpected variety.
It is shocking to note that 5.37,
of income went to religious in-
stitutions in a year like 1932
when the national income was a
fifth of the present total.
One important way to boost
the \Vif, is to show Americans
how little it costs to give. J. K
Lasser, C.P.A whose best-selling
income tax books have had a
distribution of over eight million
copies, has done that in a new
book. It is called How Tax Laws
Make Giving to Charity Easy,
published this month by Funk &
Wagnalls.
Lasser points out that much
more stress should be laid on the
use of tax savings as a means to
get contributions. The policy of
our tax law has always been to
encourage and reward those who
make free their wealth for the
religious, charitable, educational,
and similar social needs of people
everywhere. The income tax laws
encourage this practice. Woven
into tax law is a rule that says:
If you tax yourselves for these
social purposes we will lighter,
the tax burden you would other-
wise have to bear.
The book is an explanation of
hundreds of methods available
to help charitable, religious, ed-
ucational and social institutions
at a cheap cost to the giver. That.
Lasser reasons, can inspire far
more voluntary giving. Giving
effect to the tax saving, the net
cost of every allowable contribu-
tion is considerably less than the
actual amount contributed. The
higher the income of the con-
tributor the lower is the propor-
tionate cost of the contribution.
In fact, there are cases where a
contributor in the high income
brackets may even retain more
income after he has made his con-
tribution than if he had not made
it at all.
A contribution always costs less
than it appears to cost at first
blush. Charity is thus available
at bargain prices. That is because
contributions are deductible from
the most heavily taxed layers of
income. It is indeed easy for a
rich man to chalk up a great big
credit for charity in his heavenly
account at a fractional cost.
If, argues Lasser, the syna-
gogues and charities would do a
better job in two directions, we'd
step up our gifts. First, they have
to enlighten our people about the
actual low cost of giving. Then
they must really tell them about
the unusual procedures that are
permittedeven encouraged by
th*- tax law to make contributions
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Mr. and Mrs.
William L. Pallot
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
for the
NEW YEAH TO ALL
$
AMERICAN
AWNING CO.
Ben C. LaPointo, Owner
PHONE 9-7801
"Anything that's made
of Canvas"
571 W. W. S. Hirer Dr.
TO ALL A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
D. MORTON MELTZ
ETHEL MELTZ
1439 Alton Road
Miami Batch
GREETINGS
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
Phone 7-1667
FROM FARM TO YOU
169 N. E. 62nd Street
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARDIS F. McCULLY
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
PERSONALIZED PAINT JOB
2400 Dixie Highway
PHONE 48-2560
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
LUCKY STRIKE BAR
AND PACKAGE STORE
524 South Miami Are.
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4972
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phon* 7-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
TO ALL GREETINGS
TROPICAL DISPLAY
DESIGNERS FABRICATORS
MANNEQUINS DISPLAY MATERIALS
626 N. W. 10th St. Phone 9-7071
EXHIBITS
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
TO ALL GREETINGS
LoFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
SERVICE SATISFACTION
244 N. W. 35th Street, Miami
MR. and MRS.
Henry M.
Krakow
Wishes All His Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KARL SQUIRES
ENGINEERS
Civil Engineers, Surveyors
Maps
210 Calumet Building
PHONE 3-8270
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Miami Food Store
65 N. E. 14th Street
Phone 3-2038
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A VERY HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
MAIM E
BALABAM
1334 Washington Avenue


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A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs.
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A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
DR. and MRS.
EUGENE WEISS
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lack A. Abbott
Miami Beach
EXTENDS
BEST
WISHES
FOR
THE
NEW
YEAR
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teaching staffs of schools in
Montpellier and Narbonne, in
Tarrentum, in Bari, in Salerno,
as well as in Sicily and Spain. A
long list of eminent Jewish names
can be found in the medical an-
nals of the Medieval period. The
great Rabbis and philosophers,
Miamonides. Ibn Ezra, Rashi,
Yehuda Halevi. Ibn Gabirol and
Gersonides were famous and com-
petent physicians.
Jewish doctors were found in
the courts of many important
Caliph and Sultan. Some were
men of high capacity and they
rose to the office of Chief Vizier.
as Chasdai Ibn Shaprut in Cor-
dova, or Solomon Ashkenazi in
the court of Sultan Selim in Con-
stantinople. It was soon recogn-
ized that the Jewish physician
was not merely a pedantic healer.
He often combined professional
skill with a knowledge of theo-
logy, mathematics, poetry, as-
tronomy, philosophy. Usually the
most learned man in the city, he
accepted the position and per-
formed the office of Rabbi in the
medieval Jewish community. The
Jewish physician, virtually the
only competent medico in the
Europe of the 10th or 11th cen-
aristocrat. He stood aloof in a
turies. was a true intellectual
barbarian society, looking down
with philosophic tolerance upon
the idolatries of the populace, a
statesman understanding and
(ven excusing their practices.
His Decline
With the passing of the cen-
turies, the culture and science,
I'll Say
Mr. and Mrs.
Burnett Roth
and daughter
Paula Sue
EXTEND THE BEST OF
WISHES FOR A JOYOUS
AND HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL THEIR
FRIENDS .
NEW
YEAR
GREETINGS
TO OUR
MANY
FRIENDS
MR. and MRS.
Ben Essen
AND FAMILY
the vigor ana creativity of the
Moslems declined; their Caliphs
degenerated to the level of Be-
douin desert robbers. At the same
time, learning and science took
root in Europe. To the Jewish
phvsician both the rise of science
in "Italy and the decline of Mo-
hammedan culture proved a
calamity. He was no longer ne-
cessary to the European world;
native students now turned from
scholastics to the medical col-
leges of Padua and Salamanca
They soon succeeded to the heal-
ing profession that was closing
on the Jew by ever increasing
restrictions of Church legislation
The position of the Jew seemed
to decline in Europe in the same
ratio as learning and civilization
increased. On the other hand, the
Mohammedan world became as
sterile as the lifeless tree which
stands in the forest by the mere
force of inertia. In Islamic lands,
the Jew lost his former honored
position, and together with the
Christian, was victimized by the
fanatic, illiterate Moslem.
His Place in History
The Jewish physician has made
a significant mark in the progress
of civilization. But the fate that
seems to pursue the Jew also
overtook him. His work, his in-
fluence, and his importance have
been systematically ignored. In
the history of medicine, the con-
tribution made by the Jewish
doctor is passed over in silence.
After the 16th century, the cen-
tury of bigotry and cruelty, he
becomes more and more rare in
Christian society. Manuele de
Casena, who attended Sixtus V,
is the last of the Hebrew tribe
to become a physician to a Pope.
The emerging universities with
medical instruction, Padua ex-
cepted, were closed to Jewish
student. Papal restrictions made
it difficult, sometimes impossible,
for him to get a degree. In former
centuries, a large portion of
materia medica was in Hebrew
or in Arabic, language accessible
to all cultivated Jews. This
knowledge became antiquated
and obsolete, as new medical in-
formation was developing into
an extensive, complicated science,
thanks to the discoveries, inven-
tions, experiments, and up-to-
date methods in the modern
equipped laboratories. It was not
until the 19th century that Jews
were again to take their place
in the medical world, and again
to produce scientists of world re-
nown. .
But the contribution ol tne
Jewish physician throughout the
centuries cannot be hushed up. A
curious and stubborn fact keeps
bobbing up. How was it that in
the face of canonical restrictions,
solemnly enacted by Lateran and
Ecumenical councils, forbidding
Jewish physicians to heal Chris-
tians, or threatening with hell fire
such Christians as would avail
themselves of the skill or science
of Jewish practitionershow was
it the skeptic asks, that Kings
and Rulers, Dukes and Princes,
Cardinals and Bishops, and the
Popes themselves, for a thousand
years preferred to employ Jew-
ish physicians?______________
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400 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
TO ALL A MOST
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THE METALSMTTH
Specialist in Stainless Steel
Phone 9-6223 2933 N. W. 7th Ave.
_
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IN wishing you a happy
New Year, The Herald
hopes for you every
possible blessing that
the New Year can bring
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Mr. and Mrs
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Wish AH Their Relative,
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
Leon Kaplan
AND DAUGHTERS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Superior Sheet Metal
Works
830 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-3163
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HIGHLAND PARK
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936 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-7541
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MR. and MRS. EARL PERTNOY
and daughter LOIS IVY
4430 Royal Palm Avenue
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ALL FOR THE NEW YEAR
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PHONE 2-3144
Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown
and Family
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
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PAGE FIFTY-NINE
A Most Happy New Yea*
A To All
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
jU
DR. and MRS.
DONALD MICHELSON
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OF JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
RABBI and MRS.
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
and Family
Wish for the members of
Temple Israel and affiliated
groups and to all Jewry
Sincere Wishes for
K HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
K HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to members and friends of th
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation and to all Jewry
A Happy and Healthy
New Year
A Plea For Bikkur Cholim
By RABBI HAROLD H. GORDON
(The author attained fame during
the war as the "Flyini? Chaplain"
of the Air Transport Command. In
his 200,000 miles of air travel, he
covered the largest territory as-
signed to any chaplain. Since l46.
he has been the General Secretary
and Chaplaincy Coordinator of the
New York Board of Rabbis, con-
sisting of almost 300 orthodox, con-
servative and reform rabbis In the
worlds largest community.)
On Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur, each one of us will recite
the familiar verse from the High
Holiday Prayer Book: "When our
own strength faileth, foresake us
not." To those of us in good
health, it will be just another
fine expression we customarily
utter on these days. But for the
countless others, this prayer will
be uttered with fervent hope for
personal fulfillment.
Part of my work as Circuit
Chaplain of the Air Transport
Command during World War II
was to visit the hospitals in each
one of my far-flung bases, from
Baffin Land to Scotland and from
Greenland's icy mountains to
Bermuda's coral strands. One in-
cident of particular relevance
took place in Prestwick, Scotland.
As I was making my rounds of
one of the wards in a local "hold-
ing hospital," stopping for a
moment at each bed, I noticed
that someone was following me.
RABBI and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
l HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
N EW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filiated organisations and to
all Jewry.
RABBI DAVID RAAB
of Temple Isaiah
Extends heartfelt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the members of Temple
Isaiah, the Sisterhood and to
the entire Jewish community
of Greater Miami.
RABBI and MRS.
MURRAY GRAUER
and Daughter
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
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ACE U DRIVE
1031 Fifth Street
Miami Beach
RENT A NEW
CONVERTIBLE
After completing my "circuit" of
the ward, I looked up to see a
smiling lad, dressed in the fa-
miliar hospital robe, holding in
front of him a copy of Hertz'?
"Book of Jewish Thoughts," as
if he were saying "I am a Jew.
please see me." Casually I walked
up to the young soldier who
quickly volunteered: "I am Pvt
Levy. There's nothing wrong
with me. I just want to talk to a
rabbi or a fellow-Jew." (There
was "nothing wrong" with him;
he had "just" been wounded dur-
ing the Battle of the Bulge and
was being evacuated to the States
by air.) He proudly showed he
his tallis and tephillin on hi?
night table and said, "I put them
on every day, even at the front."
As I made my rounds of many
hospitals and saw thousands of
men in various stages of physical
disability, the thought was born
in my mind: What an uplifting
experience it is for a sick person
to have a visitor, even a stranger.
How much a word of encourage-
ment, a smile, a nod, a warm
sholom aleichem can mean to
pomeone lying on a sick bed. My
resolve was firm: If ever I re-
turned to civilian life, I would
establish Bikkur Cholim, regular
visiting of the sick, as part of my
program, and would urge it upon
laymen as well as upon rabbis.
Shortly after my retirement
from the service, I became as-
sociated with the New York
Board of Rabbis, part of whose
program is devedote to chapliancy
activities in hospitals. For many
years the City and State have
engaged clergymen of the three
major faiths to serve as chaplains,
and the Board was designated the
responsible agency for the ap-
pointment of Jewish chaplains.
However, it was not until July
1946, when the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies granted the
New York Board of Rabbis a sub-
vention for this purpose, that
chaplaincy work on an organ-
ized basis was introduced into
voluntary and private hospitals
Since then the Board has ex-
panded its program to include
nine chaplains serving thirty in-
stitutions in the Borough of Man-
hattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens,
and Westchester and Nassau
counties, in addition to coordinat-
ing thirty-one City and State
hospitals.
The services of! ^he Jewish
chaplains are many and varied.
During the course of the past two
years, they made 218,304 bedside
visits, in many instances the only
visits which the bedridden got.
Being on call for twenty-four
hours a day, the chaplains are
frequently summoned for emerg-
encies in the early hours of the
morning. In pre-operative cases
they give spiritual strength and
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TO ALL A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
HARRY M. GOLDSTEIN
CITY AWNING
COMPANY
473 West Flagler St.
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
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and Family
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FO R A
HAPPY
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101 S. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-0771
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INC.
2623 P. de L. Blvd., C. Gables
Phone 48-1061
A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
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Salon
Specializing in
Custom Permanent Waving
HAIR TINTING
1630 Pennsylvania Ave.
Phone 5-5509
BEST WISHES FOR
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J. & M.
EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-4872
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Bandsaws Welded
Skilsaws for Rent
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Metal saws sharpened and
swaged
Leonard's Saw Filing
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3680 N.W. 36th St. Ph. 88-3353
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HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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824 1st Street
MIAMI BEACH
EARL WHHFORD
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OtJR BEST WMSMiES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
A HAPPY ONE
A GOOD ONE
in
MR. AND MRS. DAVID WHITMAN
Whitman's Kosher
Market
1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-1267
MEAT DEPARTMENT UNDER MANAGEMENT OF
PHILIP PORES
Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. Rosenthal
and Family
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
Russell's Tropical
Fruit Juices, Inc.
Orange Pineapple Papaya
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NEW YEAR
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PHONE 82-3437
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Home In Israel
DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
FLOOR FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI
sanding ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC
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301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida Phone 9-1781
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
SCHIFF'S MARKET
MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF
1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3751
BILL WRIGLEY
OF THE
WRIGLEY I \ GH A% IX. COMPANY
Two of Israel's youngest newcomers surrey their new surroundings. They are among the 50,000
homeless Jews who entered the new Jewish State since the first of the year, through the aid of the
United Jewish Appeal. American Jewry must continue to be responsible for scenes like this in the
ports of Haifa and Tel Aviv, where many more thousands of displaced European Jews will arrive to
begin a new life free of hate and homelessness.
Dr. and Mrs.
CHARLES BECKWITT
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALLGREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
MAIN U-DRIVE-IT
SERVICE
J. BARBASH & SONS, Inc.
281 N. E. 1st St.
Phone 2-8994 82-9351
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
NORTH SHORE LODGE OF MIAMI BEACH
B'NAI B'RITH
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
1|J
WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K. Ill I.\s & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street phone 3-6154
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DICKERMAN PAINTING CO.
EST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREEN BROTHERS
Merchandise Food Factors
55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.ALLEON GREEN
IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
1795 S. W. 6th St.
FREE ESTIMATES
Phone 9-3308
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FRIDEN
CALCULATORS
2500 Biscayne Blvd.
Continuous Courteous Service
M. L. BAKER, Manager
Phone 9-6429
TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS
MAX PAUL
of the
W. M. CREAGH. LTD.
424 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
Flowers Telegraphed Cut Flowerf
LANSILL'S FLOWERS
A. V. STOLL, Proprietor
FLORAL DESIGNS WEDDING BOUQUETS
2937 BUcayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miami 37, Ha.
y?
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3190 Pinetree Drive
MIAMI BEACH
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New Year Message
From
Thomas E. Dewey
ALBANY (WNS) The follow-
ing >s the text of Governor
Thomas E. Dewey's Rosh Has-
honah message to the Jews of
America:
My heartfelt greetings to th*>
Jewish people on this coming
new year. The year 5709 marks a
new epoch in the life of Jewry
and the world. It is the first year
sir.ce the destruction of Jewish
Independence nineteen centuries
ago that Israel has regained its
freedom and statehood and its
voice as a free nation to play its
part again as a leader in spiritual
thought and cultural elevation.
The steadfastness with which
the Jewish people have held to
their faith and ideals in the face
of persecution, tribulation and
martyrdom has preserved their
great spiritual and moral strength
ar.d made them champions of
liberty and righteousness. Their
love for their ancient homeland,
their prayers and striving for its
redemption have kept up their
courage and hope for the restora-
tion of the Jewish nationhood and
achieved the magnificent result.
"The Jewish people may meet
the new year with confidence and
expectation of a brighter and
happier future. The world in
which in the past the exiled Is-
raelites suffered so much look.-
now with admiration at the heroic
struggle of Israel to regain its
rightful place among the f.-ee
nations. Men of good will every-
where pray and hope toge
with you that the new year
bring strength, security ar.d p**r*.
to the reborn nation of hrael.
"Americans of other faith*
send their good wishes to I
Jewish neighbors on Rosh Has-
honah, taking pride in the
tribution of the American Jc -
ish community throughout t.-.e
years to the greatness of am
Countrdy, to her derr.ocrar-y j-d
her ideals. Together with you are
pray that these ideals shall lerve
as a beacon light to mankind in
its struggle for equality, justice
and freedom. Together with you
we also pray that the year 57(7
may be inscribed as the year o:
the resurgence of morality and
righteousness in the world and
that peace shall reign and hu-
manity prosper."
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Imlstinorkflnr
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 i948
i
A Pica For Bikkur Cholim
(Continued from Page 59)
with bedside prayers they buoy
up the hopes of the suffering. Be-
sides bringing cheer and comfort
to patients and family alike, the
chaplains also act as liaisons with
social service and hospital ad-
ministrations.
On their regular rounds of the
hospitals chaplains distribute
prayer books, books of popular
Jewish interest, magazines and
pamphlet literature to patients
and hospital personnel. Among
the New York Board of Rabbi.=
publications distributed are pray-
ers cards for bedside use and
pamphlets descriptive of each
holiday. Many a hospital library
has been stocked with books of
Jewish interest through the ef-
forts of the Board.
Chaplains also arrange* for the
ushering in of Rosh Hashor.ah
with solemn High Holiday serv-
ices, supply patients with es-
rogim and lulovim or. Succos.
kindle the menorah on Chanukah.
preside at the sedorim on Pesach
and, in every other way, make
each holiday a memorable oc-
casion in the lives of those tem-
porarily or permanently domi-
ciled ir. hospitals.
Of the rr.r.y letter from ex-
patients that reach the office of
the Board, the following is typical:
"While I was in bed at the
_____,___Hospital recuperating
from an accident which nearly
snuffed out my life, I was deeply
gratified and humbly grateful to
receive a visit from Rabbi ----
who came to my bedside and
wished me a speedy recovery.
"In order to convey to him and
men like him in the same field
of endeavor my heartfelt ap-
preciation. I address this letter
to your attention. The chaplains
do good work, and it is most en-
couraging to see this in the
troubled times of today. Although
I am not strictly orthodox or very I
religious. I am so to some extent
and proud of the fact that a
. ahbi paid me a visit. It certainly
built up my morale and gave
me added strength. God give
these people many more years to
carry on such noble work."
So imoptratnt is Bikkur Cholim
in Jewish life that the rabbis re-
gard it as one of those meritorious
deeds, "the fruits of which a man
enjoys in this world while the
principal remains for him in the
world to come." The larger the
city the more likely is a hospital
patient to be neglected. However,
there is no community too small
and no individual too important
to overlook the plight of the hos-
pitalibed. Let not our fever pray-
ers of the most solemn days of
the year go unheeded: "When our
strength faileth, forsake us not."
President Truman's
New Year Message
WASHINGTON (WNS The
following is the text of President
Truman's Rosh Hashonah message
to the Jews of America:
"I extend cordial greetings to
all my fellow Americans of the
Jewish faith on this anniversary
of the commencement of the New
Year.
"I am confident that you will
vigorously play your part in solv-
ing the many problems which
confront us. Let us pray that our
continued efforts to establish a
peaceful world will meet with an
increasing measure of success."
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
GROSSE POINTE POULTRY & FISH MARKET
727 N. W. 27th Ayenue
"The Best The Market Affords A* Reasonable Prices"
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
kiigewater hospital
162 N. E. 49th STREET
First move toward creating a
national organization of Ameri-
can Jews came from the New
York YMHA when its 1875 an-
nual meeting proposed to appoint
a committee to consider the feasi-
bility of organizing a Central
Board of American Jews "to take
cognizance of any and all matters
affecting the welfare of our co-
religionists."
First permanent national or-
ganization of Jewish Community
Centers and YMHAs was Nation-
al Council of YMHAs and Kindred
Associations, formed in 1913.
TO ALL
SEASON'S GREETINGS
First essay contests in Jewish
history and literature were con-
ducted in 1876 and 1877 by the
New York and Philadelphia
YMHAs. Emma Lazarus was
among the early prize-winners.
First synagogue in Mount Ver-
non, Ir.d., was erected with the
help of a fund of S2.500 raised in
1880 by the Mount Vernon YMHA.
PIONEER WOMEN No. 1
PIONEER WOMEN No. 2
KADIMA AND GOLDA MEYERSON CHAPTERS
Extend best wishes to its
Members, Friends and World Jewry
for a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mitchell D. Price, Zaring & Florence
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOIIS ALTO BODY SHOP
YOU BEND THEM WE UNBEND THEM
Specializing in Auto Painting
2250 S. W. 32nd Avenue
PHONE 48-5924
GABLES PLASTERING CO.
EVERYTHING IN PLASTERING
PHONE 78-6417
If No AnswerDial 48-0929
4931 N. W. 11th AVENUE
Phone 4-2041
Auto Painting
IN LOVING MEMORY
of their dear departed
husband and father
LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN
called to his eternal rest
October 1, 1938
MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN
AND SONS
PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS
SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE
Corner Grand Ave. & Douglas Road
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
DH 14.II l II.
PARSONS
DRAPERIES SLIPCOVERS
UPHOLSTERING
Custom Work At
Reasonable Prices
2229 Coral Way
Phone 48-1021
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mill II I II C. IIOIMpI S
127 N. E. 1st Avenue
CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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EMERSON TIRE CO.
600 N. E. 1st AVENUE
2644 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 3-5308
PHONE 83-2583
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK .11 s I ill
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR
9513 Harding Avenue
PHONE 6-1466
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACK & MACK'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
'TORD SPECIALISTS"
Repairs Painting Body Work
Phone 7-3114
MACK WARREN
108 N. E. 39th St.
JACK CHITTUM
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROLLER SKATE
At the Air Cooled
Venetian Roller Skating Rink
"One of Miami's Finest Skating Floors'*
Bob West at the Hammond Organ
Evening Sessions 7:30 to 11 Sunday 2 to 5 P.M.
PHONE 48-4766
2790 S. W. 27th Ave.
_____ At the Dixie Highway
Greetings From
MODERN
PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING & HEATING
CONTRACTORS
Specializers in Repairs
4110 N. W. 29th Street
Phone 88-4628
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAXLOX ll l Mm\<, CO.
729 S. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 3-1611
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN MANOS
MIAMI COAL & OIL CO
1100 N. W. 22nd STREET MIAMI
HAPPY, UEALTMiFUL and
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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TO ALL ... A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
REAL ESTATE LV
ALL ITS BRANCHES
FRED HART
2665 Coral Way
Phone 48-2172
$
BANANAS!'
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JSrtf &8S" Sa,va Company
Phone 78-2702
TO
OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
North Shore Bank
71st STREET AND ABBOTT AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH


fllDA^OCTOBER
1, 1948
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By ALFRED SEGAL
M ZILCH'S NEW YEAR .
Laking of New Year, I re-
2r dWinctly a certain New
me mor-ing-that is to say, the
SiSTS January 1. 1933. A
rnet citizen who knows when
Jfhas had enough of celebrating.
Wgone to bed at midnight.
.vbe wasn't discretion so
lM*l -s that tired feeling that
takes' hold of a man at midnight
f-is middk age.^ Anyway. I
"' deep in dreams that con-
led no poetk significance a:
STSobably I dreaming my
Xvorite dream: Time and again
h/ve found myself downtown
Xut r.y sho en ani at the
,_. -- -5-. devastating em-
Si. I m,
God.
Hjat r.::-:-? I was !.:.
fr a crash u rf fly whole world
SautsinM was "arry to find
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,?-: "-"-- Aicmic Age
in,'- =* ~
had I been 2 cccdraeo to eon.
thai r~^': ~
tact : :-** i:.'":
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r.; j na is Am acrnet
J-i-| .-. c-n* -s^cii has
made = ansC* aaaaex It
ever y.~ '--
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rteej .- '.'^entaA :ce :'
jtat ; ." Vend, aa *.i-i rice
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of God and duty. He han been
decent in all the ethical require
ments of his Jewish upbringing
He has tried to be jurt in hit
dealings and to be kind H<- like
to say that's about as much Bl
any religion can require of ->
man, made as he is of comn
clay and weak.
Now as die few 5708 ;...
around, Mr. Zilch isn't calling .;
the hotel to make reaerval
for a party. It BBBtna he bcloagi
to a peculiar people arho regard
a new year ai ".--- ;-,
solemn pausing i.-.d laofcaag
arcur.d an.d lookir.g inwardly U
a new year -.- ; r.%*.' :j-. r..-.y
to d--. abean .t? In what baa
'--.-^ :r. the 7ar joat *r
aad arbat he ?..-< v. make v'
t-je year s. mrjt*
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*ill the Worldfl Mny of ',iti worku
.ir- in v.nn and our -iuyn puiw
Jiway like m abadow Oltf lif
MTOUld be iW'V.'-ihii -/urnly, //in
it not for the aoul niiaah, lath
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from out hearta all pride and
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MR. AND MRS. S. A. GOODMAN
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_ TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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139 South Miami Avenue
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1.
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To Accept Israel
Britain Insists On
Bernadotte's Plan
Foreign Minister Zigmunt Med-
zelewski of Poland, making the
first declaration by any of the
Eastern European nations, blamed
the Palestine war on the resist-
ance of the oil interests to the
effective implementation of the
original UN. partition decision.
He demanded that the Assembly
permit no deviation from the firs-
road of peaceful ar.d final settle-
ment. That fir.al settlement, he
emphasized, -should be crowned
bv the admission of the state of
Israel into the United Nations.
Britain has decided to recogn-
ize Israel if the Bernadotte pro-
posals for Palestine partition are
accepted, it was learned here ir.
circles close to Hector McNeil
British Secretary of State an-
second in command of the United
Kingdom delegation. Britain at-
taches great significance to the
incorporation of the Negev Into
Transiordan and is proposing this
to the Israeli mission here, these
same sources said.
This Droposal. it was stressed,
represents the joint policy of
Britain, the United States. Franc.
and the Benelux natl ru
Brit. he prepared to dis-
cuss with the Israeli govern:
the i then I limits of the-
territory to be designate -. as th<
... .. ,- urces indicat
Former State Employees
Open Beach Agency
A new emploj nt service
1,. inaugurated Oct I y '-
Staton and Dan C Knight, form-
er employees of th Florida State
Employment Service. Their nev
offices will be located at 1034
5th St.. Miami Beach, two city
blocks east of the Miami Beach
c ami* I of Commerce.
The Miarri Beach Emplovment
Service will handle all types of
jobs, give employnv nt counsel-
ing and advise veterans as to their
rights, benefits and allowances
Mr. Staton was local manager
of the Florida State Employment
Service on Miami Beach last sea-
son and Mr. Knight was Veterans
Employment representative. When
the state officials closed the Mi-
ami Beach office both Mr. Staton
ar.d Mr. Kinght were transferred
to the Miami office with. Mr
Staton acting as employers con-
tact representative and
Knight as employment
viewer.
mter-
Palestine Problem Placed
On UN Assembly Agenda
PARIS. (JTA>The Palestine
question was headed for speedy
consideration by the General As-
semblv following its approval by
the General (steering) Committee
for inclusion on the Assembly
agenda.
The committee also included-
The question of Palestine-Arab'
UN. personnel and compensation
for injuries suffered in the service
of the international organization.
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PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN
Glassers See "Growing Hatred"
By HELEN ALPERT
Behind the veiled Europe seen by tourists is a fiercely
arowin? anti-Semitism with new despairs, yesterday stated Mrs.
Louis Glasser.
Well-posted on world Jewish problems, which for years
have excited their interest, both Mr. and Mrs. Glasser, Miami
S'.SS't SCp";: -use ( ft. redced ,
thcv closely weighed shades of supplies, and the fresh swarm of
opinion expressed or exposed
throughout the several countries
thcv visited.
The Glassers are in agreement
on the following:
1. Should Army occupational
troops be withdrawn from Ger-
many, crematoriums at once
would blaze again. Feeling against
jews is still intense and violent.
2. World rehabilitation of Jews
is a responsibility belonging sole-
ly to united Jewry, and not to
any one country or group of coun-
tries. However, the United States
must carry the major burden.
3. National resentments are in
tragic evidence.
"Members of 'underprivileged'1
countriesperhaps they cannot
help it, being humanshow
jealousy and personal hostility
to the better-dressed, better-fed
nationals of wealthier countries."
This was felt, said Mrs. Glasser,
even at the World Jewish Con-
gress in Montreaux, Switzerland,
among its own delegates.
4. Communism is definitely
spreading.
5. The world family of Jews is
united in the realization that
Jewish survival is today's most
important fighting issue.
To this end, the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee is diverting some
funds previously used for dis-
placed persons' food into all con-
ceivable and fast transportation
to get Jews out of German and
Austrian camps. These Jews are
being rushed to "safer" camps in
Italy: Scnegalia, Ycsi and Bari.
6. The JDC is doing a "terrific"
job. These three Italian camps are
points of embarkation for Israel.
But
the new arrivals, a curious and
tense situation has sprung up:
one set of displaced persons is
being displaced by a new set of
displaced persons.
"About 130 Yugoslavs with
some Poles had been centered in
Senegalia and had to leave to
make room for the Jewish DPs,"
said Mrs. Glasser. who personally
toured these camps with her hus-
band. "They had resented being
moved. In fact, they were in-
censed. So, prior to their depar-
ture, they broke the pump. When
it was findly repaired, it was
discover that mud was in the
entire system. It is no mean task
to supply water in trucks, par-
ticularly when there was a gas
strike on, and every drop of gaso-
line was carefully guarded.
"There was one redeeming
feature: the camp is on the
Adriatic Ssea, where at least all
could bathe.
"They live in barracks of cor-
rupated tin, terribly crowded,
with no windows for ventilation.
There are multitudinous babies
and pregnant women."
(Their anger at the shortened
milk quota for their children,
which they claimed was even
scantier than the ration received
in Germany, prompted Mrs. Glas-
ser into a public speech to them
in Yiddish, explaining the im-
perative tactics of the JDC.)
7. The Marshall Plan is not
humanitarian, but political. "It
appears to me," she said, "that
the poor still can't buy more than
the barest necessities of life.
What we're sending they're being
charged for at inflated prices;
and their government is utilizing
the profits to reconstruct de-
vastated areas.
"Yes, this increases industry
(Continued on Page 74)
DR. and MRS. LEONARD H. JACOBSON
Jo Ellen and Patricia Ann
OF MIAMI BEACH
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From
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Miami Springs. Florida
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Miami Beach
Phone 5-6707
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PACKAGE GOODS AVAILABLE
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253 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
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7070 Collins Avenue
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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 for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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to their many Jewish Friends and Customers
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and leaders in the infant
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j*lstfhrt FRIDAY, OCTOBER
GREETINGS
41
AARO\ FARR TOURS
1245 Washington Avenue and 2315 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
VER>0> D. I I >IOl
1325 N. E. 125th Street
PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR
Phone 7-2144
TO ALL GREETINGS
MOTOR TUNE-UP WHEEL ALIGNMENT
COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE
U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTORS
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
600 N. E. First Avenue
27th Avenue and S. W. 8th Street
Telephone 3-5308
Telephone 83-2583
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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L. & L. BUILDERS
114 S. 1ST AVENUE
Phone 48-5136 South Miami
Childhood Holiday
Memories
By A. GREEN
- '; N TE: Thr auth I I
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hood
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:- .-- .-.: older n len ike
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kip-
pur were, of course, solemn days
for the growr.-ups of the Jewish
community of the small New Eng-
land city where I was reared, just
as they were and are for Jews
everywhere. But for us children.
1 forty years ago were too
young to comprehend their se-
rious meaning, these days of awe
signified enjoyment, thrills, "fun,M
just :;s other Jewish holidays did.
Even a month before Rosh
Hashonah started, at the com-
mer.o nent of the month of Ellul.
r.c to hear the blast
:' th( Shofar early one morning
. ming from the Schul which was
opposite our home. This would
ntinue every week-day until
the arrival of the New Year.
:.'. ther would sing a wistful Yid-
iish song about the fear and sad-
ness that grips every Jew with
the arrival of the month of Ellul
when he begins to think that soor.
he must stand in judgment be-
fore his Maker, when ever -"a
fish in the water shudders." The
blowing of the Shofar at early
morning prayers seemed like a
constant reminder to us that soon
our short New England summer
would be over ar.d with it the
summer freedom that children
enjoy so much.
For a few days preceding Rosh
Hashonah some of our more pious
ish neighbors would get up
wher. it was still dark to say the
"Sli >th" prayers, already asking
God for forgiveness of past year's
sins. The "Shames," or sexton.
of the Schul would knock on the
windows of these people, calling
on them to rise for "Slicoth."
Though I myself missed that
[thrill, since my father didn't go
(Continued on Page 69)
GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. & MRS.
CLYDE A. I nl Hso\
INGRAHAM BUILDING. MIAMI
GREETINGS
11011 i:mays itksta 1 ram
N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS
With Friendly Service
Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking
GREETINGS
SPECIALISTS IN MODERNIZATION
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714 N. E. FIRST AVL
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 2-7596
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SERVICE
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PAGE SIXTY-NINE
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RUBIN BROS,
PLASTERING CONTRACTORS
Phone 9-4573
169 N. E. 31st Street
yt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
W E I. L S
Leisure Apparel for Him & Her
5-7 178
JOE LINN Lincoln at Collins
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. CARROLL WILSON
Real Estat* Consultant
duPont Building
GREETINGS
PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKEER AND LYDEN
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone 4-6417 1202 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WILLIAM G. GRACE
All Branches of Real Estate
SPECIALIZING IN SMALL HOMES
AND HOMESITES
10970 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 78-4517
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
V
KING BAKE SHOP
SOL PIKARSKY
1894 S. W. Eighth Street
Miami
SEASONS GREETINGS
MIAMI TOOL & MFG. CO.
MANUFACTURING MACHINE WORK
TOOLS DIES FIXTURES JIGS
ELECTRIC & GAS WELDING GAGES
Phone 9-4116 2101 N. W. 1st Ave. Miami. Fla.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MERCER HARDWARE & PAINT CO.
"The Wonder Store"
You wonder if we have itWe wonder where it is, and
you wonder how we found it
B P S Paint Nu-Enamel Dupont Paint Seeds Fertilizers
Somay Art Cement SEC Gable Tite
Building Supplies Men's Work Clothes Electrical Appliances
School Supplies Small Tool Rentals
FLOYD T. MERCER 2617 N. W. 7th Street
Phone 4-1208 Miami 35. Florida
BEST WISHES TO ALL
ROBERT MINERVINI
ROBERT'S NEW SKY CLUB
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Phone 4-9385 MiamL Fla.
Childhood Holiday
(Continued from Page 68)
to "Slicoth" and mother wouldn't
have disturbed the sleep of her
only son at this unearthly hour
even if he had gone, many of my
childhood playmates and friends
were roused from their beds at 3
or 4 in the morning and probably
made up for their loss of sleep by
some spiritual gain.
Rosh Hashonah itself was a
pleatsant holiday for the kids
even though it lacked the joyous
playfulness of Purim or Pesach.
In the first place, we were usual-
ly decked out in new suits of
clothing on the great holiday and
it was pleasant to show yourself
in Schul all dressed up in your
blue knee-pants and blue coat. In
Schul on Rosh Hashonah you met
the whole town, as well as Jews
rrom villages that were many
niles away, and native sons and
'aughters who had gone to the
Hg cities to settle returned to
'own to spend the High Holidays
vith their families. It was inter-
esting to hear the grown-ups talk
ind gossip about all these people.
;ome of whom had made a great
success in the great, wide world
that seemed so remote from our
small, narrow one.
Though Rosh Hashonah was not
i holiday for visiting neighbors
and friends in their homes, one
made up for that by the informal
"hats outside the Schul during
the two long morning prayer serv-
ices. And in the afternoon of
the second day, as the New Year
holiday was about to end, folks
went together to "Tashlich," to
the river, where by saying certain
prayers and turning their pockets
inside out they would symbol-
ically throw away their sins.
To get to the river we had to
go through some thickly covered
woods. Woodstheir trees, wild
flowers and birds are always
appealing to children. The cere-
mony at the river that followed
the explorations of Mother Na-
ture seemed like an -eminently
fitting dramatic end to this "holi-
day of remembrance" com-
munion with nature followed by
communion with God.
Yom Kippur is no holiday, as
that word is often understood,
but a fast day. Children who had
not reached the Bar Mitzvah age
even in very Orthodox homes,
were not supposed to appreciate
the full significance of that great
Day of Judgment. They needed to
fast only half a day and, though
they were nominally supposed to
be in Schul nearly all day long
with the grown-ups, they were
forgiven if they spent most of
the day outside the synagogue
and came in only for the most
important prayers. They couldn't
of course, indulge in games of
quarreling or any sort of childish
pranks on this Day of Atonement.
There was something in the Yom
Kippur atmosphere which for-
bade that sort of thingand no
parental restraint was necessary
to keep the children well-be-
haved.
Kol Nidre night was not exact-
ly enjoyableyou had to sit in
Schul nearly three hours in a
pretty stuffy atmosphere but
yet had its thrills. All the older,
more pious men wore white
shrouds, while the younger, and
less pious wore "taleisim," pray-
er-shawls, which are worn at no
evening service except that of
Yom Kippur. When the rabbi
during his sermon would mention
the fact that none of us could bi
certain whether we would be alive
next Yom Kippur an awful wail
would rise from the women's
gallery and it took the "Gabbai,"
the president, of the Schul quite
a while to restore silence so that
the rabbi could go on with hi*
sermon, could again refer to the
uncertainty of our fate during
the coming year, could again
cause a great tear-letting from
the women's gallery and again
force the "Gabbai" to restore
order.
Since a child whose age was
below Bar Mitzvah was allowed
to eat something on Yom Kippur
afternoon, it was his privilege to
come home and help himself to
(Continued on Fage 73)
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Boyer's Poultry & Egg Farm
Phone 88-1701 4650 Palm Ave. Hialeah. Florida
Dr. and Mrs. William II- Bernstein
and Family
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
THEIR GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner
and Family
1926 S.W. 17th Terrace
Wish all their friends and relatives a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
City Construction Corporation
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
150 N.W. 73rd Street Miami
Ohmer Cash Registers Speed-O-Print Duplicators
Victor Adding Machines Ediphone Voice Writers
Woodstock Typewriters
Portable Typewriters All Makes
IIADE TYPEWRITER CO.
SALES REPAIRS SUPPLIES
198 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5335
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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 Street
Phone 3-7200
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BUILDING INSPECTOR
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
FLEEMAN BUILDERS
690 N. W. 22nd Avenue
323 W. 47th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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DIXIE BEDDING MFG. CO.
N. W. 47th Street at 37th Avenue
PHONE 8-2469
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5705 N. W. 7th Avenue
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raPAY. OCTOBER 1( m
Food Fair Stores Announce Opening
Of Edison Center Supermarket on Oct. 2
Food Fair Stores Inc., it was
announced today by Samuel
Friedland, chairman of the board
of directors, will open its third
supermarket in the greater Mi-
ami area and the 104th in its fast-
expanding national chain at 1055
N.W. 62nd St., in the heart of
Edison Center.
In connection with ceremonies
marking the opening of the new
store. 25 Edison Center boys and
| supermarket field, and is the de-
ivelopment of everything that
{Food Fair has pioneered up to
the present time.
These innovations. Mr. Maloff
said, include completely self-
service pre-packaged meat, dairy
I and delicatessen departments to
make customer shopping easier.
I quicker and more pleasant: super-
j speed check-out booths, wide
rLs wiL have an opportunitv to!room>' aL*les and well-designed
break into the movies and to [ surroundings,
realize an ambition dear to the! Designed by L. B. Tayior. Mi-
hearts of most voungstersto ea- ?.mi architect, the new Edison
all the cake topped with whipped, Cer-ter market, is of steel and
cream thev want. C.B,S construction, topped by b
And thafs not alla $50 United *9-toot toweran architectural
States Treasurv bond or a brand feature of Food Fair stores in
new full-sized bike will go to the sevfn eastern seaboard states,
voungster able to down the most e building presents a striking
a.-gelfood cake in a given time, appearance with its ultra-modern
T-e content will be open to -acade of stainless steel and plate
boys and girls between the ages 8lass' and its gleaming tiled in-,
of 8 and 12. The 25 contestants te"?r
will be picked bv an official of The store has an overall floor:
the Food Fair Stores, Inc.. at the sPace of 13.000 square feet in the
:. Center store between the ; I area> with 2T.0C
hours of 12 and 2 p.m.. Saturday
| stalled by the Avenue Electric
Co.
The floors are finished in spe-
cially treated terazza to prevent
' slipp'ing or skidding by the New-
ton Terazza Co. The floor color
scheme blends with the soft-
toned interior decorations.
The air conditioning unit in-
stalled by Hill York pumps 50
tons of cool air through the store
every 24 hours. The same firm
also installed the modern por-
celain refrigation cases which line
the back and side walls.
The building has been com-
pletely pcst-proofed. and all the
modern means of sanitation have
beer, employed.
The stainless steel and plate
glass store front was installed by-
Adams Glass Co. Other contrac-
tors were the Barney Oldfield
Painting Co., Miami Roofing and
Sheet Metal Co., and the Marko-
witz Brothers, plumbing.
Herbert Strauss will manage
the new Edison Center market.
A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
BOND PLUMBING SUPPLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT
AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE
OF THE
PALLOT TIRE COMPANY
2246 N.E. Second Avenue
WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
Oct. 2.
Newsreel cameramen Al Wald-
ron, of Fox M vietone News: Bill
Gerceke of Paramount News and
Larry Walsh of NBC Television
Newsreel, will be on hand to
record the event, while press
photographers Mike Ackerman,
of Acme News Photo; Irvin Trcs.-
of International News Photo, and
Earle Sughars of Associated
Press, will photograph the contest
; : national publicati. n.
The new store, which embodies
many now ideas in design and
construction, is described as one
Of the Ri st eautiful and modem!
food merchandising centers in
the country. It is completely air-
conditioned.
According to Abe Maloff. vice
president in charge of the Flor- j
ida district, the newest link m,
the Food Fair chain represents
. latest improvement in the!
feet of parking space divided into
two parking lots.
Another feature is the interior
lighting designed by H. Fessel-
man, Miami engineer. It employs
General Electric slimline lights.
which give a maximum of visi-
bility under every condition.
All electric equipment was in-
Best Wishes For a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
DR. and MRS.
II. IK. Mechlowitz
and Children
MARTIN and PHYLLIS
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
dr. in;\j v>ii\
350 Lincoln Road
COLEMAN
Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i
Sinclair's
Restaurant
126 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
Phone 3-7023
GREETINGS
BOB and ART
Scharlan
Service Station
3529 N. W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
PHONE 48-8322
SEASON'S GREETINGS
AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE CO.
SEND US YOUR LOCK TROUBLES
J. P. AND JOHN NILON
1304 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 9-3144
WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alldritt Kleetrie Motor Co.
HURRICANE FAN CO.
AND SUBSIDIARY
PHONE 2-6147
237 N. W. Second Avenue
Greetings To All
J. L. KELLEY
CONTRACTOR
Underground Construction Watermains &
Sewers Trenching & Excavating
Telephone 4-0871
P. O. Box 797 Coral (tables 34, Florida
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAH TO AIX
JOHN L. POWERS
Phone 5-3018
PAINTER
1261 20th Street
Miami Beach, Fla.
~v
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
I. J. FEIBUS
PLASTIC INDUSTRIES
HOME FURNITURE GLASS AND MIRRORS
STORE FIXTURES
7158 N. W. 5th Court ^^ j.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MINA LEE IMPORTERS, INC.
7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 252 Coral Way. Miami
6-2419 4-6909
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARNOLD
HIGH QUALITY
ALUMINUM WINDOWS
4101 South Dixie Highway
BARBARA JANE DRESS SHOP
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
2119 Coral Way
E. SAFER. Proprietor
Phone 48-8050
y
Irvin Gordon
AND
Harold Pont
of the
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
X4-:*?*? VJ***'- ^4


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
fJewisii ftD/rodfi&n
PAGE SEVENTY-ONE
U. S. Backs Bernadotte's Proposals
Marshall Urges Acceptance in Entirety
WASHINGTON, (JTA)The U.
S government went on record
this week as fully backing the
recommendations on Palestine
made by the late Count Folke
Bernadotte in his report to the
UN. Security Council, the text
of which was made public earlier.
The State Department released
the text of a statement issued by
Secretary of State George C Mar-
shall in Paris which emphasizes
that the U.S. government will
urge the U.N. General Assembly,
as well as the Jews' and the
Arabs, to accept these recom-
mendations "in their entirety."
The text of Secretary Marshall's
statement reads:
The United States considers
that the conclusions contained in
the final report of Count Berna-
dotte offer a generally fair basis
for settlement of the Palestine
question. My government is of
the opinion that the conclusions
are sound and strongly urges the
parties and the General Assembly
to accept them in their entirety
as the best possible basis for
bringing peace to a distracted
land.
"No plan could be proposed
which would be entirely satis-
factory in all respects to every
interested party. The United Na-
tions had endeavored te achieve
a solution by peaceful adjustment
and entrusted the task to its
mediator, Count Bernadette. He
energetically, courageously and
with a spirit of complete fair-
ness, we feel, canvassed all the
possibilities and proposed as his
last contribution towards a world
peace a sound basis for settle-
ment. He gave his life to this
effort- ,
"The complexities of the prob-
lem and the violent emotions
which have been engendered are
such that the details of any plan
could be debated endlessly. As a
matter of fact, the debate on this
question has been carried on for
years in almost every kind of
public forum It is our sincere
hope that the parties concerned
will realize that their best in-
terests and the interests of the
world-community will be served
by accepting in a spirit of fair
compromise the judgment
Count Bernadotte."
BEST
WISHES
FOR
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
A. M. Reder
MIAMI BEACH
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
Urges Report Rejection
NEW YORK, (JTA)Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, chairman of the
American Zionist Emergency
Council, this week appealed to
President Truman "to prevent the
imposition of such iniquitous
terms on Israel" as the Berna-
dotte plan recommended and to
stand by the pledged word of the
American government which ac-
cepted without reservation the
Nov. 29 U.N. decision and which
on May 14 gave de facto recogni-
tion to the state of Israel.
Dr. Silver's protest against Sec-
retary Marshall's endorsement of
the Bernadotte report, which
would give the Negev area now
in Israel to the Arabs, was made
in behalf of all official Zionist
bodies in the United Statesthe
Zionist Organization of America,
Hadassah, Mizrachi Organization
of America, Labor-Zionist Organ-
ization of America-Poale Zion.
United Zionists-Revisionists of
America, Hashomcr Hatzair, Ach-
dut Haavcdah-Poale Zion (United
Labor Zionist Party).
Pointing out that the Zionist
movement in this country had
"relied on the loyalty of the
American government to the U.N.
partition resolution of last No-
vember," and on the -personal
commitment of the President and
the platform pledges of the Demo-
cratic Party, Dr. Silver noted that
"we have accordingly been pro-
foundly shocked by Secretary
Marshall's unqualified endorse-
ment of the recommendations of
Count Bernadotte which would
reduce the area of Israel by two-
thirds, leaving it a miniature
state incapable of large-scale set-
tlement of refugees."
SISTERHOOD OF
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
EXTEND TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR THE
COMING YEAR
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. and MRS. JACK ZWICK
Son Herbert
and
Daughter Faye
of
GREETINGS
For the Latest in Records
and the
Greatest Buys in Clothing
(Union Made Work Clothes)
COME TO
Kenny's Dept.
Store
2187 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 9-1105 Miami
GREETINGS
RODS AND REELS REPAIRED
SHRIMP MULLET
Underwater Equipment
LEE'S
Established 25 years
324 N. E. 13th Street
We Wish to Extend
GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
*
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
SI I I ll\ & COMPANY
INSURANCE
$
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FIDELITY PRESS, INC.
901 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Telephone 9-2449
SAM STOTLAND BOB MARKS
The OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
THE FACULTY AND STAFF,
AND THE STUDENTS OF
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
918 Sixth Street, Miami Beach
extend to all their friends and members, sincere
wishes for a very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
SAM SEITLIN
ESTHER GROSSBERG
BLANCHE YOLLES
LOUIS SEITLIN
HAROLD GORDON
FANNIE LEVITT
JEAN TOBACK
SEITLIN & COMPANY
INSURANCE
ALL FORMS
19
N.E. Second Street
Miami 32. Fla.
Phones 9-3836 9-3837
I
iJJ
m
yj
Peoples Water and Gas Company
EVER mindful of the invaluable
contribution to the growth of
this community that has been pro-
vided by its Jewish citizens and
residents,, takes pleasure in
extending to all Jewry
Sincere ivishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
;

PEOPLB8sC@^^:OMPANY
MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE


PAGE SEVENTY-TWO
-Jenistfkrk/iar
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, l948
BUILDING NEW LIVES IN U. S. A.5708-5709
Mil. AMI MRS. BENJAMIN WEDOEft
and son RICHARD
of 2901 South West 15th Street
Extend to their many friends
Best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
CHESTER E. SALB
Twenty thousand Jewish survivors of Nazism reacned this country during the year 5709 Most
were aided in their immigration, resettlement and adjustment by United Service for New Ameri
cans, whose work is financed by United Jewish Appeal. United Service met weary and bewildered
newcomers at all seaports. Reunited long separated kin. furnished temporary shelter, meals clothina
medical care and other necessities as well as family counsel and case work service The aaencv
gave jobs, training and employment service to thousands, and aided thousands more in movino to
communities throughout the land where they would have the best chance lo grow new roots Tt
provided programs for youthful orphans, rabbis and other groups with special needs Newcomers *
pressed their gratitude and devotion to American ideals of "delayed pilgrims' thanksqivina" in \hl
United Service shelter chartered by Secretary of Commerce Harriman and outstandino JnUh
leaders. United Service prepared for identified resettlement programs during 5709, pavina wav fZ
many Jewish DPs as could be admitted under new dispersed persons act.
"It Can Be Produced in Miami" By
soi i in:n\ i \<.im i icim.
and METAL PRODUCTS, Inc.
Phone 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace, Miami, Fla.
^Tool and Die MakingMetal Stampings and Machined Parts
Complete AssembliesDevelopment and Experimental Work
Fine Brass and Aluminum Castings
HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
TR0UP BROS. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
Paving, Grading. Excavating, Clearing and Scarifying
Phone 4-7605 4151 South Dixie Highway
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 168. Miami 32, Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
yj
I. A Refrigeration Service
CLARENCE "SKIP" DRUMM
REPAIRS & INSTALLATION ALL MAKES
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
AIR CONDITIONING
1003 S.W. 27th Ave.
Phone 83-2371
MiamL Fla.
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
CONTINUED GLAD TIDINGS
ABOUT THE GROWTH AND
PROGRESS OF ISRAEL A
YEAR OF PEACE AND JOY TO
ALL JEWRY HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS FOR EVERY ONE.
: i
'_*_'
Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
!ii
Ilr. and Mrs.
George Graham
and Michael
i: i
3*
Mr and Mrs.
HARRY PEARL
and daughters
Barbara. Phvllis.
Mareia. Bern ice
TO ALL
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DUNN & CLEVELAND
Attorneys
605 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
9!
GREETINGS
BARBER LUMBER CO., INC.
BUILDERS SUPPLIES
Courteous Service Good Lumber
Reasonable Prices
qni m / ,, Phones: 7-0417, 7-7008
901 N. W. 71st Street m^, Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. F. BAB0R
* CO. INC.
350 Lincoln Road
BUILDERS
5-9940
Miami Beach

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rPTDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948
^Jewlst Fh>rldHan
PAGE SEVENTY-THREE
GREETINGS
T O A L L
O. L. PINSON
GREETINGS TO ALL
M. E. OZEE, Owner
Little River Hardware Company
HARDWARE PAINT HOUSE FURNISHINGS
7811 N. E. 2nd Ave. _J%OM 7-1628 Miami, Florida
"SINCE 1922"
GREETINGS TO ALL
Telephone 88-3714
Office. Docki and Residence730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah, Fla.
ARNOLD MAUTE
Captain
FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miami Mill work & Lumber Co.
DOORS WINDOWS
ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK
535 N. W. 11th Street Phone 2-3186
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
LOCAL AND LONG DJSTANCE MOVING
American Van & Storage, Inc.
MOVINGPACKINGCRATINGSTORAGE
A. J. LERETTE
Phone 3-0625 2125 N. W. 1st Court Miami. Fla.
GREETINGS TO ALL
Phone 78-2120
AUTO GLASS SERVICE
HARRY LACKEY, Mgr.
SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS PARTS
While You Wait
1075 N. W. 36th Street Miami. Florida
GREETINGS
V
BING K0SS0FF CONST. CORP.
1210 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1786
GREETINGS
C. P. DUNCAN
REALTOR
BUYING AND SELLING
'Over 24 Years in Real Estate'
325 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Florida
HAPPY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AUSTIN BURKES
MANUFACTURERS OUTLET
FINE MEN'S CLOTHES
SPECIALIZING IN FORSTMANN
SILK GABARDINE
SLACKS AND SUITS
AuititiH. ItluAJU
MFRS. OUTLET
p 600 LINCOLN ROAD BLDG.
entrance 1628 Penntylvania Ave.Just Off Lincoln Road, M.B.
In Philadelphia Since 1908
OEEN DAILY 9-6
Childhood Holiday
(Continued from Page 69)
some food from the icebox. Usual-
ly he abused that privilege espe-
cially with regard to the chicken
which was supposed to be eaten
by the whole family in the eve-
ning at the end of the long fast
when everybody was pretty hun-
gry. Usually he took a much
larger piece of chicken than he
was entitled to. And anyway,
complained the folks, what busi-
ness did we have to touch the
chicken? Couldn't we have taken
some bread and butter, some fruit
and some cake for our afternoon
repast and left the fowl intact
for the evening? However, the
folks had to forgive us. Wasn't
this the Day of Forgiveness?
Yom Kippur night after the
fast was enjoyable to children if
only because the long day of
prayers was over, everybody was
in a kindly forgiving mood and
Old-Man Berlin, our landlord,
was taking the first steps to build
the Sukkah for the eight-day holi-
day of Sukkoth which was due
four days later.
The Sukkah has always been
something to delight*the heart of
a child. A temporary hut built of
boards and covered on top with
leaves, it is used during the week-
long festival for meals. Fruits
dangle from its ceiling, which
cannot prevent an autumn rain
from entering the Sukkah and
flooding the dining-table. Some-
times it happened that in the
midst of a meal we would have
to flee the Sukkah because of
rain and end the repast in the
house. Mother would bewail that
sudden onslaught of rain after
she had taken so much trouble
to set the table in the Sukkah,
but to children at the irresponsi-
ble age of ten that too was fun.
The latter part of the Sukkoth
week was ushered in by the eve
of Hashana Rabba, when the
grown-up folks went to Schul to
say special prayers for forgive-
ness before midnight, when the
heavens are supposed to open and
God's verdict over men is made
final. All week long people would
make the blessing over the
"ethrog,"' the Palestinian lemon,
before commencing their meals,
while the palm-like "lulav"
would be employed in the morn-
ing prayers. Now this was com-
ing to an end with the last day
of Sukkoth, "Shemini Atzereth,"
a day on which everybody went
to Schul because Yizkor was then
recited. Children and grown-ups
whose parents were both alive
were not allowed to remain in-
side the synagogue during the
Yizkor service. Since we had to
stand out on the street during
that period, many of us forgot
to return to the services when
we should have returned.
Finally, a day after Shemini
Atzereth, came Simhath Torah,
one of the most joyous of our
festivals for children. Simhath
Torah is still so widely celebrated
in American synagogues, Con-
servative as well as Orthodox,
that I need hardly describe it to
youthe carrying of apples or
pumpkins in which lighted can-
dles or less dangerous little flags
are stuck in connection with the
"Hakofot," the march with the
holy scrolls, the singing and the
dancing. In our town the kids
still observed the Old World cus-
tom of making bonfires on Sim-
hath Torah. Some of our oldsters
would imbibe a good deal of
liquorit was permissable on
that dayand in their lit-up
condition would start squabbling
among themselves, perhaps be-
cause of the order in which one
or one's son or son-in-law was
called up to "Hakofot." These
quarrels, which sometimes became
violent, were always great fun
to us onlooking youngsters.
And now the holiday season
was over for us Jewish children.
Now came the cold autumn, the
harbinger of an icy, snow-bound
winter, the grey, short days, the
days upon which you had to
carry the double burden of public
school and cheder. No more holi-
day fun for quite a while. You
had to wait nearly two months
for Hanukah to come along.
L & G GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. & L.
ROOFING Till; CO. INC.
755 N. W. 143rd Street
Phone 7-1651

TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
y
NICKOLAS N0RD0NE
PATENT SCAFFOLDING CO. INC.
93 N. E. 20th Street
Miami

THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OF THE
PITTSIII1M.II CLUB
WISH ALL THE CLUB MEMBERS
AND ALL PITTSBURGHERS IN THE
GREATER MIAMI AREA
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Leonard #.. Kimball* President
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR

$
RYDER TRUCKING CO.
1642 N. W. 21st Terrace
PHONE 9-6411
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lt Shim Carlson
Build You An
A N C H O B
FENCE
4050 N. W. 22nd Ct. Phone 7-1278
DRINK
SAMBO
"IT'S CHOCOLATE MALTED"
SOI I III SHU SAMBO INC.
MIAMI. FLA.

h
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
STAR CLEANERS & DYERS
PHONE 2-2353
2343 N. W. 7th Avenue
Miami, F1~-"-'"t


PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR
*Jenlstfkr1 FRIDAY. OCTOBER
Israel Representative Brings
Greetings To U. S. From Holy Land
As special representative of Is-
rael t the United States I bring
to American Jewry heartfelt
greetings and best wishes for the
coming year from the people of
Israel.
The history of our people is
long and honorable: our traditions
are ancient. For us the past year
will shine like a beacon in the
darkness. We have sought and
we have found the road to libera-
tion and to peace. Israel lives-
culmination of the hopes and
prayers of 1900 years, brought to
life with the blood, the strength
and the treasure of the people of
Israel.
New dignity and moral strength
have been added to the Jew
wherever he lives. We of Israel
pledge that we shall add to that
dignity and that strength. With
the full use of our power we
shall establish within our state a
culture and a civilization which
will brighten the pages of t.-.e
history of our times.
That our problems are not end-
ed is all too plain. Ahead lies the
challenge of a tremendous re-
sponsibility fcr our bxetheren
still in the camps. There is the
great issue of restoration of places
damaged and destroyed by the
enemy. Enormous and costly
problems of redemption of deserts
and hills to prepare them for
(-scale development and co-
lonization await a speedy and
constructive solution.
We face the future with the
knowledge that behind us, moral-
ly, spiritually and materially.
11
ii
Glasser See
Growing Hatreds
(Continued from Page 67)
and makes more jobs available,
but it isn't enough. Average pay
in Italy is $28 a week. That's
have big families. The com-
mon wage in France is $30 a
month.
"Obviously, they can buy very
little with so little money. My
impression is that the Marshall
Plan isn't helping those at whom
the Plan was aimedthe com-
uds American Jewry, united i mon people."
and determined to extend a help- 8. The DP s and other Jewry
int, hand to the new democracy.
May great achievement through
.-.--.pathetic cooperation with
Jews everywhere, based on our
ancient ideal and heritage be the
fruits of our common endeavor.
In the name of the government
and the people of Israel. I sent
you the traditional greetings:
;. vo Tovo Tikosevu.
Eliahu Epstein,
Special Representative of Israel
to the United States.
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
The President, Officers and Board of Directors
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
8!
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL THE MEMBERS AND TO
THE EENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PIERCE HOTEL BELLAIRE HOTEL
169 N. E. 6th Street 711 N. Miami Avenue
BELL HOTEL SCRANTON HOTEL
110 S. Miami Avenue 10 N. E. 3rd Street
Under Management of
AL RETSKIN
y*
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl
and their children
ARTIIIR 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
don't want to be dependent on
charitybut on brotherhood.
9. "It is true that there is more
American-made merchandise in
Brussels and Aniwerpt than any-
where."
10. The World Jewish Congress
in Montreaux was a passionate
dedication to Jewish unity, which
eventually triumphed over poli-
tical cross-currents.
"The goal of the Congress was
to forrr.ulate a practical program
for Jewish survival. It is too early
to appraise its results in terms
of the specific actions and pro-
grams that will flow out of it.
"But this much is certain: we
have an effective instrument in
it for the protection of Jewish
rights and status. Now we must
work through it for a positive
Jewish cultural and spiritual life
everywhere!"
Mrs. Glasser was an official
delegate to the Montreaux con-
vention, she is president of the
Florida Women's division of the
American Jewish Congress and
a vice president of the national
organization.
*
CANTOR and MRS.
MAURICE MAMCHES
TAMRA ELAINE.
WILLIAM and VALERIE
Wish for All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
Phone 2-2860
For An Auction Use The
'WRIGHT WAY"
. Y. Galardi
1002 SEYBOLD BLDG.
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Yiddish Classical Hour
Station WINZ 940 on your dial
Wishes to express its thanks and
gratitude to all its sponsors:
Wishing Them All A Happy
and Prosperous New Year
Martin's Drug Store
Mendelson's Kosher Restaurant
Trail Realty Company
Rohans Paint and Hardware Store
L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works
S. J. Freedman's Hebrew Book Store
Sam's Kosher Market
Hebrew National Kosher Restaurant
Miami Printing &. Adv. Company
Miami Beach Awning Company
Goldberger's Normandy Isle Market
Condaves For Music
Deering's Awning Company
Pearl's Kosher Market
Twin City Paint Company
Star Dairy and Vegetarian Restaurant
We Thank You One and AH
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
Every Sunday from 12 to 1:15 p.m.
Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m.
M. NASATIR.
Program Director
JUDGE A. LEVITAN
Guest Commentator
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Empire Employment Atfenev
734 N.E. 1st Avenue J
Established 1922
CHARLES SIVERO
SINCERE AND GOOD WISHES
FOR A HEALTHY, HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
THE CROWN PRESS, L\C.
1406 N. W. Seventh Avenue Maml ^
HARRY GERBER MAX KAPLAN
PALLAS
The Most Unique
Restaurant In
Cosmopolitan Miami
ATHENA
Open Daily from
11:30 A.M. lo 1 A.M.
224 W. Flagler St

SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
"Florida's Fastest Growing Super Market"
5841 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-5744
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LUBY
CHEVROLET
CO.
Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer
1055 West Flagler Street at Eleventh Avenue
2300 N.W. 7th Avenue


rpmAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948
vJewisti fioridttar)
PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE
\lyjSOjj OUR TIMES
DR. EMANUEL NEUMANN
TCKT BY MH ty'"'^'_.
ft0RN IN WS TO A JEWISH FAMILY WHICH
WAS THE FIRST IM AMERICA TO USE
HEBREW AS THE LANGUAGE OF THE HOME,
HE WAS TO BECOME ONE Of THE OUTSTAMD-
ING FIGURES OF AMERICAN ZIONISM.....
ssasr
WHILE STILL A YOUNGSTER HE JOINED THE
THEODORE HERZL ZIONIST CLUB IN NEW YORK.
AT 17, HE WAS AMONG THE ORGANIZERS OF
YOUNG JUDAEA.
IN 1921 HE ORGANIZED THE AMERICAN BRANCH
OF THE PALESTINE FOUNDATION FUND, SERV-
ING AS ITS SECRETARY FOR 4YEARS.
ONE OF THE INITIATORS OF THE UNITED JEWISH
APPEAL IN 19*5, HE SERVED AS CHAIRMANJJF ITS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IN 1926.
XPEEPLY INTERESTED IN GENERAL EDUCATIONS
RECEIVED HIS A.B. DEGREE FROM COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITY AND TAUGHT ENGLISH FOR SOME
TIME INTHEN.Y.C.HIGH SCHOOLS.LATER NEW
YORK UNIVERSITY CONFERRED THE PE6REE OF DR-QF
JURISPRUDENCE UPON HIM IN I9Z8.HE WAS
ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND IN THE UNITED STATES. IN 1951. HE WAS
ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST EX-
ECUTIVE.HE WENT TO PALESTINE,CONVINCED
THAT ISRAEL WOULD WCOME A REALITY INTHE
COMING FUTURE.
HE BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF
PALESTINE SURVEYS FOR THE PROPOSED JORPAN
VALLEY AUTHORITY. HE DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL
ABILITY IN DEFENDING THE PALESTINE CASE AT
THE INQUIRY COMMITTEE HEARINGS IN
WASHINGTON.
ON HIS RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES I9J9, HE BE-
CAME VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN ZIONIST
EMERGENCY COUNCIL AND CONCENTRATED ON
POLITICAL AFFAIRS OF THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT.
Firsts
First professional employee in
the WMAs was the librarian. The
library of the New York YMHA
(oldest existing Center in the
country, which was established in
1874), opened in 1886, became the
nucleus of the Aguilar Free Pub-
lic Library, which in turn be-
came a part of the New York
Public Library. Rev. Isaac Lesser's
library was given to the Phila-
delphia YMHA in 1876 and was
catalogued by the young Cyrus
Adler, later to be one of the lead-
ers of American Jewry.
TO ALL GREETINGS
VENETIAN MARKET
108 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 2-5941
GREETINGS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
BUILDING PRODUCTS CO.
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue
Phone 82-4683
Miami, Fla.
First secretary-treasurer of the
Chattanooga YMHA in 1878 was
Adolph S. Ochs, later the world-
famous publisher of the New York
Times. Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch, who
became one of the towering fig-
ures of the American rabbinate,
was the father of the Louisville
YMHA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
C B. Price Co.
REFRIGERATION
1628 S. W. Flagler Terrace
Miami, Fla.
Phone 2-2728; 9-4024

TO ALL .
GREETINGS
U
SOUTHLAND CHEVROLET
INC.
COMPLETE PASSENGER CAR FACILITIES
1125 N. E. 2nd Avenue
COMPLETE TRUCK FACILITIES
1714 N. W. 1st Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Miami AIM-BUND Company
HURRICANE PROTECTION
TEN TO FIFTEEN DEGREES COOLER
Aluminum Jalousies Hurricane Plate Glass Shutters
Finger-tip Control ** Protection
4401 Ponce De Leon Boulevard 48-6596
TIREJISS,ENER6TIC,HE WAS AN OUTSTAND-
ING MEMBER OFTHt JEWISH AGENCY
DELEGATION ATTHE UNITED NATIONS AT
LAKE SUCCESS.IN 1947 HE WAS ELECTED
rRES.OFTHE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF
AMERICA...... ...I
tWMUtMT Ht iV MM mcmmwk wi, In Tune With The
New Year
Supreme in Tonal Quality
Exquisite in Styling
In Louis XV
Walnut or Mahogany
^ihB/wv^nse Piano
Built By BALDWIN
Come in and listen to the Acrosonicl You will realize
that here is one small piano with big piano tonetone
of a quality which must be heard to be believed.
The Louis XV. graceful of line, rich in the beauty of its
superbly figured woods, is but one of a number of ex-
quisitely styled Acrosonics.
See and hear them in one of our three conveniently
located stores today l
PRICED FROM
'715
00
EASIEST TERMS
COMPANY
1730 Biscayne Blvd.. in Miami. Phone 82-4616
2620 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. in Coral Gables
72S E. Las Olas Blvd.. in Ft. Lauderdale. Phone 4867



PAGE SEVENTY-SIX
+JenlstiFk>rldrian
FRIDAY, OCTOBER I m
Lev!
Plumbing Co.
2141 S. W. 3rd Street
Phone 9-1416
A NEW YEAR A NEW LIFE
GREETINGS
Phone 9-6216
A & A SIGN CO.
SIGNS
. Show Cards .
WINDOW LETTERING
OUR SPECIALTY
Metal. Gold Leaf,
Walls. Trucks
MR. & MRS. H. BERNARD
1547 S. W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Blackmail's
Body Shop
2100 N. W. 17th Ave.
Miami- Florida
Phone 2-7562
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
CARPENTERS
DISTRICT COUNCIL
The year 5709 will bring fulfillment of their dream, haven in
America, to this refugee Viennese family, who immigrated to the
U. S. A. from Shanghai and found a new home in Reading, Pa.,
with the aid of United Service for New Americans. The newcomers
are 80-year-old Mrs. Clementine Pollak, her two daughters, Mrs.
Anna Ritler (left) and Mrs. Joseph Winter, and her son-in-law,
Mr. Winter, all of whom escaped the Nazis in 1938. They are among
6,000 European Jews who have come here from the Orient and
settled throughout the country with the help of United Service,
which is supported by the 1948 United Jewish Appeal.
47 N. W. 3rd Street
__ A New Year Mvsshi/v
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
31 r. and 31 rs.
JACK IIIHSMI
and son
SELIG
GREETINGS
T O A L L
!i!
MM < OltllS
REAL ESTATE
"Little River"
7949 N. E. 2nd Avenue
At this season, on the threshold of a new Jewish year, our
| hearts give thanks for the peace and leisure and comfort of
:>ur daily living.
But our minds dwell upon the misery and despair of our
ellow Jews in DP camps and in other communities in Europe,
Asia and Afnca and upon the stress and danger that has become
i the common lot of the people of Israel.
Each of us is proud of the magnificent job of our Greater
Miami Jewish Federation this past year, whereby we raised
for the United Jewish Appeal the sum of one million dollars, for
the relief of our brethren overseas. This in addition to another
half m llion dollars raised for local and national agencies.
Miami Jewry is to be congratulated.
I beg of you to continue the wonderful cooperation you
have given me as your president in the past year. We know
not what our tasks will be this coming year. We must remain
alert to our responsibilities.
It is my sincere wish thai each :: you enjoys a Happy
New Year.
Cc: :.?'.'..
JACOB SHER, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
GREETINGS
CORAL PARK
MARKET
2230 S. W. Red Road
Miami, Florida
Phone 4-6451
GREETINGS TO ALL
DOVGHERTVS CLEANERS
"FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE"
Phone 9-2393
1918 W. Flagler Street Miami 35, Florida
Select
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Employ inonl Agpn*y
1436 Drexel Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-6553 58-3424
I
i
|
GREETINGS
%
Meet Me At
HERALD GRILL
REASONABLE PRICES
201 So. Miami Avenue
TEMPLE BETH S1IOLOM
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
Chase Avenue at Forty-first Street
III
V
A PRAYER
THAT 5709 WILL BRING
THE END OF BLOODSHED IN ISRAEL AND
ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY
TO ALL MANKIND
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Coral Gables Employment Office
198 So. Dixie Highway
Phone 4-2575
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz & Family
nun e ur m.i cl...i
2130 S.W. 21st Street
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PLANS FOR GRACIOUS LIVING
ARE EASILY MADE AT .
W0LPERT FURNITURE CO.
1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS"
HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. FRAINK VANM
REFRIGERATORS AND MARKET FIXTURES
1300 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla.
Phone 2-1525
GREETINGS
From
A-AETNA VENETIAN BLINDS
Opa Locka
Phone 7-0776
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
American Builders Supply, Inc.
2728 S.W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2296
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i
HARRY MARK0WITZ
PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS
370 South Dixie Highway
Phone 48-6558
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BERKLEY LTD., INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shop"
836 Lincoln Road281 Coral Way
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. & Sec.
H. Goyen, Treas.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes
BO \ ACK Ml & LEIGH, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13, Florida
* -
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948
+Je*l*t) ncrlcifor
PAGE SEVENTY-SEVEN
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
163-165 Weit Flagler Streel
Extend Beit Wishes to 'All
Their Relatives and Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
NAT ZALKA
and Family
41 N. W. 10th Street
MR. and MRS.
GILBERT BALEIN
and daughter Joan Liberty
Extend Best Wishes for
A Happy New Year
to all their Friends
GREETINGS
SALVATORE
FALCONE & SONS
Distributors of
ITALIAN FOOD
PRODUCTS
Importers of
Food Products
5609 N. W. Seventh Ave.
Miami 38, Florida
Phone 7-3317
$
For Lovely Flowers.
Corsages. Cut Flowers.
Potted Plants at
Sensible Prices
UNIVERSITY
FLOWER SHOP
3346 Coral Way 48-0101
S. M. LOWRY
Open Until 9 P. M.
Delivery Service
Why Hebrew?
By Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin
It is a mistaken notion that He-
brew was a dead language until
Eliezer Ben Yehudah restored it
to life and spoken naturalness.
To be sure, Eliezer Ben Yehudah
and his fellow enthusiasts made
Hebrew a language "like all the
rest." They and their successors,
and especially the proficient
"Vaad Haloshon" (Hebrew Lan-
guage Board) in Palestine, pro-
vided the linguistic material for
ordering ice cream soda in the
language of the Bible and writ-
ing Hebrew titles for Hollywood
films exhibited in the cinemas of
Tel Aviv. This is how it should
bebut this does not mean that
before Ben Yehudah and his fol-
lowers created a modern tech-
nological Hebrew vocabulary He-
brew was "dead." It was far from
that.
Throughout the centuries of
Jewish homelessness. Hebrew
was the vehicle of literary crea-
tive and scientific-scholarly Jew-
ish expression. There is no Jew-
ish or general theme in the po-
tential orbit of. the scholar of
the pre-technological era on
which volumes in Hebrew are not
available. Jews wrote comment-
aries without number on the
Bible and Talmud in Hebrew;
they grappled with the perennial
problems of philosophy in He-
brew; they wrote voluminously on
mathematics, physics, algebra,
geometry, medicine, zoology,
botany, astronomy, navigation and
nautical instruments in Hebrew;
their histories and martyrologies,
their memoirs and letters, and
their last wills and testaments, too,
were written in Hebrew. When-
ever a Jew of yesterday would
commit something to writing, be
it business contract or a moral
homily for his children, he al-
most certainly chose Hebrew as
his medium of expression, because
it was the language which he
mastered perfectly in writing,
even if he spoke it only halt-
ingly.
This will seem incongruous to
those who, by studying a foreign
language, have discovered that
the mastery of the written word
is much more difficult than that
of the spoken word. But to the
Jew of yesterday, Hebrew was
not a foreign language; it was
the language in which he lived
his better life, as it were. It was
not merely the language of hi?
prayers, but also of his thoughts
and meditations. The Jew of yes-
terday, if he was at all lettered-
there were no literally illiterate
jewsread Hebrew and Aramaic
works exclusively. Only in the
latter Middle Ages there emerged
a popular Yiddish literature in
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3"3689
130 Sunset Drive
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tiny Town Service
Baby Diaper Service
Phone 3-4553
Best Wishes To
All Our Friends For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MANNINGS
Sea Food Restaurant
829 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 9-1244
response to the cultural needs of
those who possessed only an ele-
mentary Hebrew training suffi-
cient to follow the synagogue
services.
Hebrew ceased to be used in
everyday speech, except by small
section of our people, about the
time when the Second Jewish
Commonwealth came to an end.
But throughout the ages Hebrew
has remained the natural medium
of Jewish literary expression.
Average Jews of average learn-
ing, to say nothing of rabbis and
scholars, conducted their corre-
spondence in Hebrew exclusively.
GREETINGS
TO ALL
WESTBR00K
MOTORS
1759 Palm Ave.
Hialeah
Phone 88-1486
GREETINGS
Sykes and Sykes
BODY AND FENDER WORKS
AUTO PAINTING
MECHANICAL REPAIRS
Custom Built Bodies
Racing Equipment
2900 N. W. 12lh Avenue
Miami, Florida
NEW AND USED PARTS
Phone 3-4100
TO ALL A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. M. VICKERS
WELL DRILLING
746 N. W. 109th Street
Miami. Florida
Phone 7-0419
Congregation
Reth Tfilah
Extends best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New
Year to the Rabbi, Officers,
Members and Seat Holders of
the Congregation as well as to
the whole community of Great-
er Miami and Klal Israel
NORMAN KAPLAN
President
It was taken for granted that
every Jew knew enough Hebrew
to understand proclamations of
the rabbinate, which were never
couched in any other language but
Hebrew. When shy Yeshiva stu-
dents essayed their pens, they
quite naturally wrote in Hebrew;
they simply had no other means
of literary expression. Their com-
mand of the vernacular was re-
stricted to the vocabulary of the
market place.
To be sure, in some countries
and during periods of exceptional
tolerance to their group, Jewish
intellectuals were happily inte-
grated into the cultural scene of
the majority population. This in-
tegration had disadvantages, how-
ever, as it often led to the weak-
ening of Jewish ties and loyalties.
Because of widespread linguistic
assimilation, Saadia Gaon, Yehuda
Halevi and Maimonides, among
others, found it necessary to write
their philosophical and apologetic
works in the Arabic vernacular.
30 as to reach those of their
brethren whose Hebrew knowl-
edge was fragmentary.
Ahad Ha'Am's thesis that "our
national literature is only that
which is written in our national
language and does not include
what Jews write in other lan-
guages" is sound. There is no
eternity for Jewish cultural and
literary expression except in He-
brew. In the Hellenistic period
and, later, in Mohammendan and
Christian Spain there were con-
siderable Jewish literary efforts
in the Greek, the Arabic and
Spanish vernaculars. Little or
and the centuries was written in
Hebrew, or a Hebrew-Aramaic
idion dominated by the spirit of
the Hebrew language. Jewish
books written in other tongues,
be it Greek, Arabic, Spanish or
German, failed to be invested
with the peculiar sanctity as-
sociated with Hebrew books by
whose very touch the Jew is in-
spired. It is significant that only
nothing of this literature has come
down to us.
All of Jewish literature which
has stood the test of the millenia
those medieval philosophical
works written in Arabic have in-
fluenced Jewish thought that were
early translated into Hebrew and
subsequently regarded as Hebrew
books. Maimonides must have
been aware of the certainty oi
the inevitable, ultimate doom ol
Jewish books in languages other
than Hebrew when, in a letter to
a favorite disciple, he deplored
that he had not written his Com-
mentary on the Mishnah and his
Guide for the Perplexed" in He-
brew, and informed his friend
that he was planning to translate
them into Hebrew. Maimonides.
who had written these works in
Arabic so that those not suffi-
(Continued on Page 78)
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
R. B. THRALL
CO. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
FLORIDA
INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
330 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gables
Phone 48-3152
y>
TO ALL...
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
Herman M. I Berk
MIAMI BEACH
1
Phone 3-6513
A-1 CLEANERS
QUALITY IS OUR AIM
Owned and Operated by
SAUL SHERMAN and
FRANK CONWEILLE
CALL FOR AND DELIVER
Office and Plant
1022 N. W. 6th AVE.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
SUNSHINE
BEAUTY SALON
523 41st St. Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
LEO ROSSELLE
PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING & HEATING
3101 N. W. 28th Street
Phone 88-2075

DR. BENNETT A. LEE
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
6109 N.W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 7-7786
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAMMY CLARK AGENCY
1011 5th Street
Miami Beach

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
I ilm.il Nurses Registery
17 N. W. 4th Street
I
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Alert Employment Ageney
141 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-6716
GREETINGS
STORE FIXTURES
BARS
TAMIAMI CABINET SHOP
SHOW CASES OFFICE PARTITIONS
PHONE 48-3432
2734 S. W. 28th Lane Miami. Florida


*AGE SEVENTY-EIGHT
>Jenitner*Ut*r
Florida Farmers Maintain Sound
Financial Position Despite Rising Costs
ORLANDOEven '.hough the
costs of things the farmer uses
are continuing upward Florida ag-
riculture is rr.aintairing a sound
financial position, according to
Max Losner. President First Na-
tional Bank. Homestead.
Mr. Losner, who represents the
Florida Bankers Association as
Dade county advisory hanker,
noted that Florida farmers arc-
being generally successful in
av( iding the dangers of excessive
deht during the current infla-
tionary period.
Quoting from a national survey
:..-.:: rrade by the Ag-
ricultural Commission of the
American Bankers Associati r.
Mr Losner reported that, during
1947. Florida banks loaned $98.-
978 000 their farm customers
A- the beginning ::" 1948. mo tota".
ultural loans outstanding in
Florida bar.ks aggregated $15.-
pared with approxi-
ly $13 at the begin-
ning of 1 ing year. This
high percentage Df payoffs is in-
. I .-. of the pre spert as -----
; :: -. -f F'.'.r'.d- arr::u'.:ure T:.<
in utstandings is ac-
inte I for principally in loans
: r production purposes, which re-
flects the increased availabil
of materials and equipment fo:
capita] improvements.
While the privately owned and
perated banks of Florid
eeting the financial require-
. -f 17.894 farmers the com
lined credit operations :' :-.'.
the ven sul
agencies were used by only I
v.:. n ed $16.2
Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER
and Family
"The Or;g'nal Drucker"
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels
AND SONS
Melvin and Burton
2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace
extend best wishes for a Happy
and Joyous New Year lo lheir
many friends and relatives
Sincere Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
$
MR. and MRS.
f*>org and children
STANLEY IVAN
CAROL FAITH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Why Hebrew?
'Continued from Page TT)
eiently familiar with Hebrew
might be Instructed and guided
- them, realized that the build-
ers of the Jewish eternity dare
not forsake life eternal for terr-
p-ral thing*
Jewish history proves conclu-
sively that there is no security
for Jews in any country of th*
diaspora. Wherever Jews were
finally cast out. they had a: one
time been eagerly welcome
If Germany were the only coun-
try to have cast out its Jews,
men and women who were eorr.-
pletely integrated into the cul-
tural and political life of the Ger-
man nation, we might pi i
hope that Jew* could find se-
curity in adoptive- homelands. But
what happened in Germany .'.an
also occurred centuries bel re in
Persia. Spam. England, Fi
and Poland, that is to say. in
practically all countries with re-
presentative Jewish pepuh:
gr ups.
No count.- has ever been more
to us than a Nachtasyla stop-
-. .-not because we would D I
:aU it "home" but because th<
nations have refused xj grant
- than a Nachtasyl and. ir
many cases, ever, this was del
And '.ike our adoptive coun-
their languages, t
.-. we loved and
-- in< >r ral ly wn i te I fr m us
in the end. .
Jewish survival is bound to He-
>lr. and Mrs.
Sam Tondrich
Son. Steven and
Daughter, Arlyne
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
brew to an even higher degree
than to the Jewish homeland. For
Hebrew has been with us in our
territorial homelessness. It has
'blessed us under many strange
with a sense and feeling o'
home and belongingness. while
infusing us with the indomitable
will to go ondespite the frustra
tions and sufferings that are oui
lot in exile.
There can be no Jewish sur-
vival without Hebrew! Hi*
strengthening of our ties wit:
Hebrew is therefore imperative
for all those who want our peopK
live.
First of the Jewish youth
literary societies, forerunners of
the Young Men's Hebrew As-
iE^OCTOg^ B 5
MR. and MRS.
Alex. Sussman
and Family
3701 Pine Tree Drive
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
*
Dr. and Mrs.
MAX TENDRICH
AND DAUGHTER
HELENE
747 West Artnue
EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
T~ZT?. F.ELATTVES
ANT FRIENDS
ill
GREETINGS
Phone 9-9771
AL. MERRITT. Pres.
Merit Motors Inc.
"FOR CARS OF MERIT"
1 S. E. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
soe.at.ons, was the Young Men-S
Hebrew Literary Association M
Philadelphia^orgar.^ J*"
THE MIAMI JEWISH
FOLK CHORUS
Wishes a Peaceful, Happy and
Prosperous New Year to All
Its Members and Friends.
MRS. E. NORRIS, Manager
V
MR. and MRS.
I. A. DURBIN
and FAMILY
4365 N. Bay Road
Miami Beach
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR

MR. and MRS.
M. LEIBOVIT
and Family
310 Jefferson Avenue
Miami Beach
OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS
AND TO ALL ISREAL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
S!
M. and MRS.
SIDNEY PEPPER
and FAMILY
1600 S.W. 16th AvenueMiami
GREETINGS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
S A \ 11 \\ | | 11
SHOP
339 N. E. First Avonue
GREETINGS
$ '
The Rabbi, President and Officers of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
and its entire Sisterhood
extends to all its members, friends,
and Jewry at large
Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous
New Year. 5708 has seen the erection of our new
and modern Talmud Torah, Auditorium and
Social Hall.
We are fully confident that 5709 will bring
continued progress to our Institution and to all
Jewish causes.
MIKE YOUR IWI WEATHER
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER 1. 1948
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Marshall Urges UN
To Admit Israel
PARIS. (JTA)-Secretary of
ctate George C. Marshall called
on the United Nations this week
m admit Israel and Transjordan
o membership, in his opening
oHdrcss to the 58 nations of the
GeneS Assembly. Singling out
Palestine as the first of seven re-
riirrent problems which must be
ettled if the world is to move
Sward peace Secretary Marsha 1
icclared that the Assembly's
aims should be:
A Palestine free from strife
and the threat of strife, with both
the Jews and Arabs assured the
neaceful development envisaged
L the actions of the General As-
sembly and the Security Council;
and early demobilization of armed
forces to permit the return to
conditions of peace and normal
living >n Palestine; the repatria-
tion of refugees who wish to re-
turn and live in peace with their
neighbors; economic aid to Jews
and Arabs to restore and
strengthen their economic well-
being- the admission of Trans-
jordan and Israel to membership
in the United Nations."
The Secretary paid tribute to
the late U.N. mediator, Count
Folkc Bernadotte as a man who
worked "brilliantly and cour-
ageously" in the cause of peace.
He urged the Assembly to act
promptly on U.N. Secretary-Gen-
eral Trvgve Lie's proposal for a
U N. force of armed guards. "This
great world organization should
not send its servants on missions
of peace without reasonable pro-
tection." Secretary Marshall in-
sisted.
Turning to the problem of hu-
man rights, the head of the
American delegation expressed
the hope that the Assembly would
approve "by an overwhelming
majority the Declaration of Hu-
man Rights as a standard of con-
duct for all; and let us as mem-
bers of the United Nations, con-
scious of our own shortcomings
and imperfections, join our effort
in good faith to live up to this
high standard."
Israel To Oppose
Negev For Arabs
TEL AVIV, (JTA)In its first
official reaction to the Berna-
dotte recommendations for the
future of Palestine, the Israeli
government announced that it
would oppose all efforts to ex-
clude the Negev from Israel ter-
ritory.
In addition, the government
laid claim to the inclusion of Jer-
usalem within Israel, stressing the
need for an unbroken territorial
link between Jerusalem and Is-
rael, which would rule out the
return of Lydda and Ramleh to
the Arabs. Further, the Israeli
government insisted that Haifa
must remain an integral part of
Israel, under Israeli soverenity.
A spokesman for the Foreign
Minister stressed that Israel wants
boundaries fixed by formal agree-
ment among the contending
parties, and pending that, Israel
considers that the November 2P
delimitation would remain valid
although "strongly in need of cer-
tain improvements in the light
of events since then."
The Foreign Ministry state-
ment criticized the failure of the
mediator to consider Jewish de-
fense and immigration needs in
proposing boundary changes, as-
serting that "among the principles
put forward as governing the de-
limitation of boundaries (by
Bernadotte), we miss those of de-
fense in the light of dangers we
have had to face and ward off,
unaided, and the needs of de-
velopment for the absorption of
large-scale immigration.
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104 Biscayne Street
(The Green Line)
Extends best wishes for a Happy New Year
to its customers and to the
entire Jewish Community
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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has made rapid strides in the can-
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Holy Day services at the Coral
Gables Community Center. This
is Cantor Malek's second consecu-
tive year at the Center. He has
served as its Cantor since the
organization of the institution.
Cantor Malek is being recogn-
ized nationally as one of the
leading young cantors to enter
the liturgical field. He emanates
from a long family line of prom-
inent singers.
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Happy New Year
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PAGE SEVENTY-SIX +JenlstiFk>rldrian FRIDAY, OCTOBER I m Lev! Plumbing Co. 2141 S. W. 3rd Street Phone 9-1416 A NEW YEAR —A NEW LIFE GREETINGS Phone 9-6216 A & A SIGN CO. SIGNS Show Cards WINDOW LETTERING OUR SPECIALTY Metal. Gold Leaf, Walls. Trucks MR. & MRS. H. BERNARD 1547 S. W. 8th Street Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Blackmail's Body Shop 2100 N. W. 17th Ave. MiamiFlorida Phone 2-7562 HAPPY NEW YEAR CARPENTERS DISTRICT COUNCIL The year 5709 will bring fulfillment of their dream, haven in America, to this refugee Viennese family, who immigrated to the U. S. A. from Shanghai and found a new home in Reading, Pa., with the aid of United Service for New Americans. The newcomers are 80-year-old Mrs. Clementine Pollak, her two daughters, Mrs. Anna Ritler (left) and Mrs. Joseph Winter, and her son-in-law, Mr. Winter, all of whom escaped the Nazis in 1938. They are among 6,000 European Jews who have come here from the Orient and settled throughout the country with the help of United Service, which is supported by the 1948 United Jewish Appeal. 47 N. W. 3rd Street A New Year MVSSHI/V SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 31 r. and 31 rs. JACK IIIHSMI and son SELIG GREETINGS T O A L L !i! MM < OltllS REAL ESTATE "Little River" 7949 N. E. 2nd Avenue At this season, on the threshold of a new Jewish year, our | hearts give thanks for the peace and leisure and comfort of :>ur daily living. But our minds dwell upon the misery and despair of our ellow Jews in DP camps and in other communities in Europe, Asia and Afnca and upon the stress and danger that has become i the common lot of the people of Israel. Each of us is proud of the magnificent job of our Greater Miami Jewish Federation this past year, whereby we raised for the United Jewish Appeal the sum of one million dollars, for the relief of our brethren overseas. This in addition to another half m llion dollars raised for local and national agencies. Miami Jewry is to be congratulated. I beg of you to continue the wonderful cooperation you have given me as your president in the past year. We know not what our tasks will be this coming year. We must remain alert to our responsibilities. It is my sincere wish thai each :: you enjoys a Happy New Year. Cc: :.?'.'. %  %  JACOB SHER, President Greater Miami Jewish Federation. GREETINGS CORAL PARK MARKET 2230 S. W. Red Road Miami, Florida Phone 4-6451 GREETINGS TO ALL DOVGHERTVS CLEANERS "FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" Phone 9-2393 1918 W. Flagler Street Miami 35, Florida Select HAPPY NEW YEAR Employ inonl Agpn*y 1436 Drexel Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-6553 — 58-3424 I •i | GREETINGS % Meet Me At HERALD GRILL REASONABLE PRICES 201 So. Miami Avenue TEMPLE BETH S1IOLOM "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach" Chase Avenue at Forty-first Street III V A PRAYER THAT 5709 WILL BRING THE END OF BLOODSHED IN ISRAEL AND ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY TO ALL MANKIND HAPPY NEW YEAR Coral Gables Employment Office 198 So. Dixie Highway Phone 4-2575 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovitz & Family • nun e ur m.i CL...I 2130 S.W. 21st Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PLANS FOR GRACIOUS LIVING ARE EASILY MADE AT W0LPERT FURNITURE CO. 1200 CORAL WAY — AT "5 POINTS" HAPPY NEW YEAR J. FRAINK VANM REFRIGERATORS AND MARKET FIXTURES 1300 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla. Phone 2-1525 GREETINGS From A-AETNA VENETIAN BLINDS Opa Locka Phone 7-0776 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR American Builders Supply, Inc. 2728 S.W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2296 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i HARRY MARK0WITZ PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS 370 South Dixie Highway Phone 48-6558 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BERKLEY LTD., INC. WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shop" 836 Lincoln Road—281 Coral Way TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes BO \ ACK Ml & LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P. O. Box 2210 — 1111 N. W. 22nd Street — Miami 13, Florida ^ %  Ka



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! r I • i PAGE TWO +. lewis* fto-Map. • • Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch 1116 Ocean Dr **"*£ Miami Beach after a lour week vacation in New York c ty where they attended the Bar Mitzvah of then grndson Darnel .Stolper, son of Rabbi and Mrs. D. Bernard Stolper of Brooklyn. Mrs. Ethel Shochet returned home this week after vacationing for three months in Virginia, Maryland. Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She visited her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. ana Mrs. A. F. Binder in Richmond. + Joe Swartz returned this week from a business trip to Virginia. Miss Sheila Berg of New York will leaveJO"""* <*" visiting her aunt and unrle. Mr. and Mrs. G eorge H^an.346 •S W. 18th Terr., and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubin -stein. 180 N.E. 68th St. + Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, of Savannah and formerly of Miami, will be in town.JMweek to spend the High Holy Days with her parents and brother at 1845 S.W. 9th St. Miss Elaine Sachs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lsadore Sachs. 2039 S.W. 17th Terr., has returned home this week after a sue week's vacation in California and Indianapolis Miss Sachs president of the Miami chapter of Junior Hadassah and a senior at the University of Miami, attended sessions of Camp Brandeis at Santa Susana, Calif. She visited her family in Indianapolis en route home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merlin, 1815 S. Miami Ave celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining iamily at their new home. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel, 1361 S.W. 7th St., have moved to a new apartment at 1351 S.W. 7th St., and are at home to all iheir friends. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Seiden of 503 S.W. 17th Ave announce the birth of a son September 19th. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer officiated at a bris September 26th. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fiedler entertained about 80 guests at their home recently in honor of the 16th birthday of their dauqhter, Bette. Mrs. Betty Alpert and daughter, Judy, returned recently after vacationing in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Mrs. Phillip Stone, accompanied her daughter and will remain in the north. + Mr and Mrs. Harold Solomon. 1936 Marseille Dr., Miami Beach, announce the bris of their son, Stuart Paul, which took place Sept. 23rd with Rev. Phillip Fried officiating. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld have returned after vacationing in Hendersonville. Mrs. Henry Jacobson and daughter, Renee, returned recently after motorina to California. Mr. and Mrs Moe Fenster announce that they have moved into their new home at 1130 8th St., Miami Beach. %  %  %  Mr. and M'S. Charleys Adelman and family are leaving lor Savannah, Ga. iar the holidays. %  Mr. and Mrs Maurice Grossman are back from their vacation in New York. %  Mr. and Mrs. S. Robtford, 3170 S.W. 5th St., announce the bris of their son, Stephen, which took place Sunday, Sept. 25, with Rev. Phillip Fried officiating. + Mr. and Mis Harry Gelfenstein, 2828 S.W. 18th St., have leturned to Miami after a three months tour of South America. + Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen have returned to their home, 816 Surfside Blvd., Miami Beach, after vacationing in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs Max Azar and Dr. Leo Mindlen have returned after vacationing for three months in the north. -* + Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubin of Brighton Beach, N. Y. are spending the holiday? here with their daughter, Mrs. Laura Frank and family 992 S.W. 9th St. New Jewish Program Sot For Saturday on WWPB "The Jewish Forum," a new Jewish radio program will be broadcast Saturday evening from 8 to 8:30 starting this week over station WWPB. Simon Seiden will direct the program which will Include music, news and stones. FR IDAY, OCTOBER 1, ig 48 PATTERSON BROTHERS GROWERS MARKET WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAROLD'S INC. Hairdressers EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR PATRONS 103 LINCOLN HOAD MIAMI BEACH C. LAS OLA6 BLVD. FT. LAUOERDALB 5-0467 — 5-0468 nm Associated Photofrraphers Mrs. Elmer Spector Mrs. Elmer Spector is the former Miss Ann Cavalier, whose marriage was an event of Sunday, Sept. 19. The Spectors are honeymooning in the state and will make their home here. AJC Invites All to Party A card party for new members will be held by the Miami Beach chapter, women's division of the American Jewish Congress at the Hyde Park hotel, Collins Ave. and 41st St., Miami Beach, Thursday, Oct. 7, at 1:30 p.m. Membership chairman and co-chairman are Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and Mrs. George Berk. Mrs. Leonard Glick, president, invites all to attend free of charge. Play Club Organized A play club for grammar school children has been organized by Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Ellis at 1224 S.W. 13th Ave. The club offers planned activities for the children for after-school hours and Saturdays, and the Ellis' pick up and return members to their homes. Activities include swimming, fishing, rowing, hikes, active outdoor games, tours to dairies, radio stations, zoos, etc. Instruction in swimming will be directed by a Red Cross safety instructor. Beach BB Women Meet A regular board meeting of the | Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith women will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs. Irving Frankel, 245 18th St. Tischler, Pearl Brothers Announce Opening Of Southern Food Dist. Harry and Herman Pearl, well known to the food industry of this area as the Pearl Brothers, have announced their association with Mort Tischler, formerly of New York, in the opening of their new concern "Southern Food Distributors, Inc." The new firm will operate from their same location for the past 8 years at 1725 N.W. 7th Ave., and will represent some of the leading national brands. An nouncement is to be made shortly of their selection as distributor for one of the outstanding kosher meat product companies. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HARTLEY and PARKER, Inc. Importers — Distributors CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Telephone 83-2511 2698 S. W. 28th Lane BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES HOSPITAL 3151 Coconut Grove Drive PHONE 4-2525 HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdressers 1Q39 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BKAQH PHONES B-D4S7, l-04tl 44D C. LAB OLAB BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE W*^M B ^W^ BJB^fc NEW YEAR GREETINGS AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN DuPont Building AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT l t >b --~-fc use Crystal Cbcr City < %  Ice Cubes h> thm eonvenienf home-use bogs They're TWICE AS NICE as HOME-MADE ICE ... and economical too] K>R PICNICS, PARTIES, RELAXIN' AT HOMI MIAMI: 2637 N. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewlstncridllan !" >AY, QCTOBBn 1( 19 1 %  t% I I %  m EDITORIAL .170.9 In a few days, the Jewish Year 5708—the moat fateful in 2,000 years—will draw to a close. The historian of the future will note that in the year 5708, the Jewish people of the world ended their twenty centuries of exile, of wandering as s'-rangers, as the persecuted and the hunted, among the nations of the world. Only in America and in a few other enlightened conntries did Jews possess civil, political and economic equality. In most other countries they lived under the iron fist of concentration camp guards, the iron curtain of dictatorship-and in the imprisoned ghettoes of Moslem-ruled lands. But in one tiny spot of the earth's surface a new star rose to shine among tho nations. The six-pointed Mogen David was unfurled as the symbol of Israel—the old-new nation. A tiny nation was given birth in the year 5708 and in its birth pangs, thousands of Jewish men and women—the flower of our civilization— gave their lives on the battlefronts of Palestine. In the villages of Northern Galilee, the heroic men and women, boys and girls of Israel build their homeland within fixing range of Arab border installations. Jewish youths in the isola'-ed settlements of the Necev are building "cities in the desert" to accomodate their share of the tens of thousands refugees who are arriving in Israel. Everywhere in the new Jewish State, the people of Israel are devoting their full effort to the creation of a haven for their brethren who have suffered more than a decade of persecution and horror. Jewish courcge and determination have not faltered in the Displaced Persons camps of Europe. Jewish refugees are prepared *o face all hardships and difficulties in order to find permanent homes in Isrcel, or in America, or in other countries. Nor have hundreds of thousands of Jews in Europe lost faith in their ability to return to their former status as useful and productive citizens of their native lands. Even now, as we enter the new year 5709, uneasy truce hangs ever the Land. What will the THE SPOT THAT MUST BE REMOVED year 5709 bring to the Jewish people in Israel, to the Jews in displaced persons' camps and in o'her European communities, to the Jews of Arabia and Asia, Central and South America, of Canada and Mexico, and finally to our Jewish fellowci:izens in this great democracy of ours? The answer is clothed in mystery but bright rays of hope, like the sunshine that follows the storm, fill us with confidence that the year 5709 will witness the end of the DP camps, the strengthening of Israel, the lessening of discrimination cad pressures against Jews everywhere and the continued growth and development of American Jewish institutions. The coming year brings a unique opnorW.. to us who have in large part been spared sulfering of our brethren. It is our sacredmiL in this first year of Jewish independence to a that true independence—physical and spirituS shall indeed be the lot of all Jews, wherevTS, mcy live. We must feed the hungry, clothe tK"J naked, and heal the sick. We must seize chance to bring new strength to the weary K to the despondent, courage to the sick at h We cannot fail to grve the support necessarv fulfill the promise that 5709 holds out to th who have long known naught but sorrow despair. These things will not come of their own cord. To their accomplishment will be neede intelligent effort, consistent alertness, unselfi! devotion, work and sacrifice, and continued ben*, factions on the part of American Jews who havj the means in behalf of fellow-Jews who mul continue as recipients of our mercy and charitvl It is no trifling contribution that we in AmerJ ica can make in this New Year to the destiny i our people. We can bring reality to the drei that has sustained the Jewish people throu the years of persecution and homelessness. w] can bring fulfillment to the hope that has givei Jewish heroes the courage to endure oppressia and martyrdom throughout the ages. Locally, our Jewish community will be call upon in 5709 as it was called upon in 5708 contribute to its material wealth and to work behalf of all causes that spell the total wella of the Jewish people. We know that the resporc to the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greats Miami Jewish Federation in this coming year i measure up to our past efforts. May God give us strength to carry on a endeavor, may He turn all men's hearts to good-l ness in place of evil and may 5709 bring to all oil us and to our fellow-Jews everywhere a surceasel of suffering and a full measure of well-being! and contentment. Bevin Pledges British OK Of Bernadotte Proposals LONDAN, JTA —Britis L support .is a v. hoi the House of Con by Foreign Minisl He declared that t Brn c'elegation to the Unit will be instruct*..: : 1 olicy. This does not immediate recognition f Israel said. Alter pay. I ..•.. • Bi ciotte's humanita ian sen • t •. British Foreign Minisl I House of Comm ns that : sassins intended to prevent .. successful conclusion of Bernad %  mediation mission. "The best way to commemorate his death is : complete his work on the cf the proposals which he put forward just before his d< sai •: "We do not | t at • it will welcome the proposals' in t to." Bev:n continued, lit ::. : wait forever for ties 1 X. •.'. %  is the time a fini I luti n to be found I United Nati ns. His Mast .. vernmi nl lj and be'.ieves that nclusi as must be con-ingle integrated I Unit : X..:. : .tim< in thi wing the ght .:' its authority bethe propose. f*Jknist Fkinldiaiin P.iblls'-'d every Friday *ince 1*7/ ..> T.e Jewish Flondian at 120 N c. S> xin Street*. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as second-class matter Jiily


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>c • V >• f't wr-*r —^ i > I ~. -* %  PAGE SIXTEEN fJenist fhridliar FRIDAY, OC TOBER Center Begins Adult Classes Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the resuming of the adult Hebrew courses with classes in beginners, intermediate and advanced Hebrew. These classes, under the supervision of the educational director, Fred Berkovitz, will be held at the synagogue school building, 1415 Euclid Ave. Sessions will begin after the holidays on Monday evening. November 1. 1948 at 8 p.m. and will meet either once or twice a week depending upon the demand of the students participating. Tuition will be free. For further information please contact the educational director at 58-2503 any weekday from 9 to 5 p.m. The high school for Jewish studies of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, composed of three post confirmation and Bar Mitzvah groups, has begun its program. Besides studying the literary heritable of the Jewish people through the medium of the Bible, they will also devote part of their time to study of modern and contemporary problems. The students have also indicated a desire for a brief study of comparative religions, which will broaden their scope and will in turn bring about a better understanding of the Jew and his problems by oui non-Jewish friends. These classes were officially launched by a luncheon attended by 35 boys and girls. Rabbi Irving Lehrman addressed the group and Abe Gannes. David Isen and Fred Berkovitz were guests. This group will be under the leadership of Fred Berkovitz. educational director and Mrs. Ruth Curson Feit. Council Launches Public Project On Mental Health Since tie entire problem of mental health in the State of Florida is one which has been badly overlooked for years, a new plan of publicizing the needs >f the mentally ill is now in the making. Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, has undertaken to put before tin' greater Miami area, as much data and information on the subject as possible. This effort is in conjunction with the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida. Beginning Saturday. Oct 2, WIOD. has offered public service time from 2:15 to 12:30 p.m., for a period of thirteen weeks. This scries will be known as the 'Tenth Man" series (one in every ten persons in all communities has some form of mental illness) and will be professionally arranged, dramatized and prepared by the National Mental Health Society. The dramatization will consist of various types of often unrecognized mental quirks and complexes, which when detected early in life, frequently result in a complete cure. Missing Persons Sought The National Council of Jewish Women is trying to locate the following people and is requesting that anyone having information atout them should call the council office at 3-6554. Fridrich Nachman. Jewish Camp, Girvat Awoda B14, Saalfelden, Austria, is seeking Jacob Feilschuss, formerly of Brooklyn, New York, now reported to be living somewhere in Miami. Riva Goreshnik, in Odessa, Russia, is seeking her brother-inlaw. Louis Horeshnik and his wife Bessie last known address Louis Furniture Store, 235 N.E. or S.E. 79th St., Miami, Fla. Bernhard Gruenfeld, of Bucharest, is seeking Siegmund Ranker, last known address 844 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. Al Felman and Family | 241 S.W. 51st Place Coral Gables, Fla. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers A Most Happy New Year REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 y* A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Elect rolux Corporal inn 172 N. E. 40th Street PHONE 7-7502 Support Proposals PARIS, (JTA)—The French delegation at the United Nations will fully support the recommendations on Palestine contained in Bernadotte's report, it was learned here this week following the issuance of a communique by the French government. The communique stated that the French government considers that Bernadotte's report as a whole constitutes a useful basis for negotiations. An outline of Bernadotte's report was presented to the Cabinet by Foreign Minister Robert Schuman. The Council of Ministers expressed gratification over the fact that the report recommends the internationalization of the Holy Places in Jerusalem. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR $ Henry S. Greenbaum DIAMOND SETTER Seybold Bldg. Miami Phone 3-0156 SEASON'S GREETINGS ROBERT R. TAYLOR AND ASSOCIATES Dade County Solicitors Office HAPPY NEW YEAR Tilecraft, Inc. 1356 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 82-6886 Filing For Hotels, Apartments, Residences Projects Phone 9-7297 I. TOBY. Pres. TOBY I II A I ItH. IXC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LICENSED, BONDED AND INSURED 1936 S. W. 8th Street Miami, Fla. LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR, CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR WELCOME 5709 MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HART HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Miami Provision Cmnpany 1062 N. W. 22nd Street maad ^ HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Linda Brands, Inc. "KOSHER PROVISIONS" 10 S. E. 5th Street Tel. 82-2731 Miaou, Fk HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Peoples Meat Supply 2323 N. E. Miami Court Miami, Fla HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND MEMBERS May lair Bridge Club Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Roth 2600 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Miami Produce Co. 1083 N. W. 21st Terrace Miami, Fla Everything for, the Motorist Your Smooth Tires have more TRADE-IN Value when you buy SEIBERLING TIRES "America's Finest Tire" $2.00 down puts a new SEIBERLING| on your car! Balance $1.25 per week USE YOUR CREDIT at your nearest Dixie Service Station ^wiv NINE 2-6133 -" 101 S.W. 1st STREET 5327 N. MIAMrAV£ $ 945 FIFTH ST. H. B. 3539 N. W. nth AVE. 1840 ALTON RD. H. B. Electrical Appliances for the Home A TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALS m TERMITE CONTROL X 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION % % 



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PAGE THIRTY-SIX ^Jenistfhridisr FRIDAY.Q CTORPP Ul I J .: t i : &f THE PROMISE OF 5709 By MOSES A. LEAVITT In the great synagogues of Prague and Budapest and Warsaw, in the drab and squalid DP camps of Germany ar.d Austria, in the hospitals and rest cer.ters. children's homes and hachsharoth. Jews throughout Europe are about to mark another New Year. But as the blowing of the Shofar resounds across the continent, Europe's 1.400.000 Jewish men, women and children know that this Rosh Hashar.ah is unique in the promise it offers. There is the promise of revival and recovery, of new growth, and a new life in a new nation for thousands scattered across the continent. Sharing the joy of Europe's Jews this Holy Day are the Jew? of America, who. through the United Jewish Appeal, have helped t'r.c-ir brethren overseas make great strides towards a better future. Their agency in carrying forward programs of overseas assistance is the Joint Distribution Committee, which in the year 5708 completed onethird of a century or relief, resettlement and reconstruction for distressed Jews in every comer of the globe. JDC's role in helping Europe's Jews reach new thresholds in 5708 can best be measured against the background of world events which shaped the course of their progress in the year just completed. Of greatest importance was the creation of the state of Israel. The historic pronouncement creating a Jewish nation in Israel opened a new phase in Jewish history this past year. JDC. rejoicing with Jews the world over, threw its full resources into the task of preparing Europe'.s Israel-bound survivors for their Ail H mail's Pipe & Steel Co. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelinan Charles Adelman Hy Coverman AND FAMILIES EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR new home. This meant, first of I all. the DP's. In the camps and centers of Germany. Austria and Italy live I approximately 200,000 Jewish displaced persons. Here JDC geared its operation to Israel (where the overwhelming number of DP's wish to settle*, along with programs preparing DP's for the U.S., Canada. Latir.-America and other lands. To train young people for skills that would enable them to be|come productive citizens in the :s of their eventual settlement, educational programs for children and young adults who had lost years of schooling during the Hitler years were expanded. The number of JDC-supported ORT vocational centers reached a new high. JDC work projects in the camps were enlarged and a whole new economy was established under which DP workers with JDC-supplied tools and raw materials, turned out needed goods in return for payment in kind. Seizing these opportunities to prepare themselves for the future, the DP's transformed the camps into areas of bustling activity, a heartening augury of things to come in a happier setting. To maintain and restore the health of the DP's, to keep them well and strong enough for the day they could leave Europe, JDC carried on two special programs. First was its vast supplies operation, which poured in 35.000,000 pounds of foods into the camps (to supplement inadequate*' IRO rations) plus thousands of pieces of wearing apparel for infants, children and adults. Second was its medical program, including the support of hospitals and mal ternity and nutritional centers. Shortiy after the founding of the i state of Israel, JDC also inaugurated a special mass-examination program, sending special teams of physicians and nurses to visit every DP camp, to issue certificates of health (which the Jewish Agency requires of prospective DP immigrants) and prescribe treatment for those in need of special care. JDC shared too in setting up transient centers for DP's en route to Israel, assigned key personnel to the tasks of providing food and luggage and arranging transportation. And JDC paid their passage to the Holy Land. But the DP's of Europe were not the only Jews whose claim to Israel confronted JDC For the tens of thousands of Jewish refugees held by British forces in Cyprus, JDC increased its appropriations to more than $1,000,(Continued on Page 37) SEASON'S GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVING CO., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE (Oil >ll(l\ BAKING COMPANY GREETINGS IHIOWWS ANTIQUE SHOP ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GLASS. CHINA, ETC. BOUGHT AND SOLD 2222 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 48-1173 Miami Fla. GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR £ A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALLL 8! 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 ACE LETTER SERVICE, INC. 116 N. E. 6th Street Phone 3-8486 Miami, Florida TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Clark R. Parker \, Distributor "TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Mil RERK and Associates Realtors MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR UNITY ELECTRIC CO., INC. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND RADIOS CONTRACTS MANTENANCE AND REPAIRS 1054 Alton Rd. p hone 5 4570 TO MY MANY FRIENDS MY SINCERE WISHES lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR Alfred Gottesman NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH Jarrett Coffee Company Roasters and Packers of COFFEE AND TEAS 501 N. W. Tenth Street Phon 2-21T41 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR m FRED ARNOLD BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 1006 Fifth Street • Miami Beac A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Tropical. t e s Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS 445 N. W. 54th St. MAINTENANCE Phone 7-2904f TO ALL A MDST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. Bay shore Drive Miami. Floridi| SEASON'S GREETINGS 475 41st Street Road Service 5-9134 WASHING — POLISHING — LUBRICATION TIRES — TUBES — BATTERIES Dobbs Service Station A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR



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PAGE FIFTY-SIX +Je*istncridter FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 %  MR. and MRS. MILTON WEINER and DAUGHTER BARBARA EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO. MILO W. BENNETT 1816 West Ave. Miami Beach | 1 II GREETINGS "Everything in Plumbing" HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP. HARDWARE & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC, INC. 1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576 I %  : : 'I ; I 1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL 111 VAL C. CLEARY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A 1 1* 1 I E 1 1: R TAXIDERMIST THE SISTERHOOD MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS PEARL VALSEY. President BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR CASTLE DECORATORS Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies 1 u 'if LEONARD MORIBER" 555 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHILIP I. MORIBER Phana 2-7817 t I 11 The Rabbi. Officer* and Directors OF THE MIAMI REACH JEWISH CENTER in heartfelt and grateful appreciation oi 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. New Year Message From Henry A. Wallace On this Jewish New Year ushering in the year 5709, the Jewish people of American can look back on another year in which the fate of their people was intimately connected with the national and international struggle for peace and democracy. Heartened by the four freedoms and by the idealistic and couragerous leadership of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Jewish people who had lost six million kinsmen at the hands of Hitler and his allies looked for ward at the end of the war to an%  era which would see the end of 1 anti-Semtism and the fulfillment iof their dearest aspirations. Durir.g the last year, however, the Jewish people have been alarmed by the cynicism of the State Department and of the bipartisan policv.makers who place f e interests of the oil trust? above the welfare of the people of Israel and of the Jews in Displaced Persons camps. They have ibeen increasingly disturbed by the growth of anti-Semitism throughout America manifested even in anti-Semitic remarks in the Congress of the United States and in high offices of the government. I was deeply moved last year by my trip to Palestine. I admired the magnificent pioneering efforts of the Jewish engineers and farmers. At the same time, I was ashamed of my own government's policy in regard to the Jewish people there. At home on* of the chief factors which moved me to announce my candidacy for the presidency was the alarming attacks on the civil liberties of the American people and especially on the rights of the minorities. During the last year, on the other hand, the Jewish people have seen the State of Israel gallantly defend itself against aggressors. At home they have participate4 in the establishment of the new Progressive Party whose aim it is to free the control of American foreign policy from tho hands of the bankers, the generals and the cartellists so that the betrayal of Israel will never again be repeated in any land The Jewish people of America, too, have joined with other freedom-loving Americans to put an end to the current drive against American civil liberties for a return to the best traditions of American democracy. Having suf. fered more than any other people in the last war, the Jewish people have come forth as a leading force for peace in America. On this high holiday I greet the courageous and industrious patriotic Jewish people of America and wish them a New Year of peace, hope and abundance. First association with the name Young Men's Hebrew Association was established in Baltimore in 1854. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. AND MRS. E. J. BASKIND and FAMILY G R E E T'I N^J S HOWARD BACKUS TOWING — LIGHTERING WHOLESALE SAND — CRANE RENTAL Yard—800 N. W. 12ih Ave.. P. O. Box 681 Yard Phone 3-5019 Res. Phone 7-1042 MIAMI 4. FLORIDA GREETINGS BABY DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS 8c BABY CLOTHES 2111 N. W. 10th Avenua Phone 8-5513 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PETE GASCOYNE ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. 2851 S. W. 31st Ave. Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. AND MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON and FAMILY 3127 Prairie Avenue Miami Beach TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR KENNY'S RESTAURANT "In the Heart 0/ Downtown Miami" A SNACK OR MEAL 200 N. E. 2nd Avenue MAY ALL JEWRY BE INSCRIBED FOR A YEAR OF LIFE. HAPPINESS. HEALTH A. & B. PIPE & STEEL 500 N. W. 5th STREET. CORNER 5th AVENUE Mr. and Mrs. Philip Btrkowiti Mr. and Mrs. Al Btrkowiti Mr. and Mrs. Aha Barkowiti Mildred, Harold and DonaW Btrkowiti MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS WITH MUTUAL HOPES FOR A NEW GOOD YEAR! yj Helen Alpert — Publicity i I > %  1 ; GREETINGS! The Rabbi, Cantor, President, Officers and Directors —of— BETH JACOB CONGR] U ATION 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." .1 i GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sher H



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PAGE SEVENTY-TWO -Jenistfkrk/iar FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, l948 BUILDING NEW LIVES IN U. S. A.—5708-5709 Mil. AMI MRS. BENJAMIN WEDOEft and son RICHARD of 2901 South West 15th Street Extend to their many friends Best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CHESTER E. SALB Twenty thousand Jewish survivors of Nazism reacned this country during the year 5709 Most were aided in their immigration, resettlement and adjustment by United Service for New Ameri cans, whose work is financed by United Jewish Appeal. United Service met weary and bewildered newcomers at all seaports. Reunited long separated kin. furnished temporary shelter, meals clothina medical care and other necessities as well as family counsel and case work service The aaencv gave jobs, training and employment service to thousands, and aided thousands more in movino to communities throughout the land where they would have the best chance lo grow new roots Tt provided programs for youthful orphans, rabbis and other groups with special needs Newcomers •* pressed their gratitude and devotion to American ideals of "delayed pilgrims' thanksqivina" in \hl United Service shelter chartered by Secretary of Commerce Harriman and outstandino JnUh leaders. United Service prepared for identified resettlement programs during 5709, pavina wav f Z many Jewish DPs as could be admitted under new dispersed persons act. "It Can Be Produced in Miami" By soi i in :n\ i \<.IM i ICIM. and METAL PRODUCTS, Inc. Phone 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace, Miami, Fla. ^Tool and Die Making—Metal Stampings and Machined Parts Complete Assemblies— Development and Experimental Work Fine Brass and Aluminum Castings HAPPY NEW YEAR $ TR0UP BROS. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS Paving, Grading. Excavating, Clearing and Scarifying Phone 4-7605 4151 South Dixie Highway Mailing Address: P. O. Box 168. Miami 32, Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR yj %  I. A §. Refrigeration Service CLARENCE "SKIP" DRUMM REPAIRS & INSTALLATION ALL MAKES DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING 1003 S.W. 27th Ave. Phone 83-2371 MiamL Fla. MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING CONTINUED GLAD TIDINGS ABOUT THE GROWTH AND PROGRESS OF ISRAEL — A YEAR OF PEACE AND JOY TO ALL JEWRY — HEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOR EVERY ONE. : i '_*_' Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR !ii Ilr. and Mrs. George Graham and Michael i : i 3* Mr and Mrs. HARRY PEARL and daughters Barbara. Phvllis. Mareia. Bern ice TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DUNN & CLEVELAND Attorneys 605 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH 9! GREETINGS BARBER LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDERS SUPPLIES Courteous Service Good Lumber Reasonable Prices qni M / ,, „ P hones : 7-0417, 7-7008 901 N. W. 71st Street M^, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR W. F. BAB0R CO. INC. 350 Lincoln Road BUILDERS 5-9940 Miami Beach a&KI H^^^^^HK^^n^B r



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PAGE FORTY EIGHT Jenisi> fhriJian PAGI j BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 THE PROMISE OF 5709 NEW YEAR GREETINGS J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith EXODONISTS INGRAHAM BUILDING Miami Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS 1 THE ITE1 W S SOL MARGERY ANN THE LONDON SHOP HAPPY NEW YEAR ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING-METAL WORK Gutters, Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 It is a pleasure to extend to all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street PHONE 2-3705 • W. Mills A. H. Becker GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 21S6 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 (Continued from Page 37) and radios. In Hungary and Rumania sirrilar projects are nowbeing built up to include more '.nd more Jewish men and women and help them earn their own way. Meanwhile, vocational training, designed to fit Jewish survivors for useful and productive careers in the new economies of their Dative lands, has been extended. Ar. encouraging result of these programs has been the inrtoduction oi Jewish workers into fields which traditionally barred Jews Today, with anti-Semitism outlawed. Jewish farmers, coal miners, fishermen and other workers are busy at their new trades. working towards self-support In I all JDC economic reconstruction programs enabled 120.000 Jews, plus an estimated 80.000 dependents, to achieve full or partial self-support in Europe last year. But even as Europe's Jews %  i e towards recovery the need for supplies to fight" cold and hunger and disease continued unabated. Last year JDC's supply I lifeline totalled more than 74.. 000.000 pounds—food and clothing and blankets; penicillin, infants' layettes and hospital beds; kosher meat and textbooks; vegj etables and vitamins; streptomycin and milk. The final major development touching the lives of Jewish men, women and children of Europe last year was the continuing rei iuctance of nations in the West' ern Hemisphere to open their gates to immigrants. Yet in the race of paltry quotas, shipping shortages and other handicaps JDC was able—in some degrees —to break through. Last year approximately 30,000 Jews found •new nomes in the U.S., Canada r.-Arr.erica and other areas' Norway was the scene last year of a highly successful experiment in resettlement. Four hundred Jewish men. women and children, quitting the DP camps, took up new lives at the invitation of the Norwegian government. JDC hepled select the immigrants. provided a cash grant to each family group, gave loans for furniture, clothing and other supplies and subsidized a program of social and medical work. Within six months every DP was gainfully employed, had suitable living acommodations. was learnin* the Norwegian language and taken of existi emigration oplooking forward to the day he! portunities. remains a question. At this writing, only Israel offers to fulfill in any large measure the promise of the New Year along the emigration front. At best only 100,000 Jews will be able to leave Europe for Israel this coming year. At least 1,300.000 others will remain on the continent. Both for those who will go and those who will stay, JDC's chief task in 5709 is to help turn promise into reality. The flow of life-saving, life-sustaining supplies must be maintained. Reconstruction measures aimed at economic and social revival must be continued and expanded. Every advantage must be would receive Norwegian citizenship. The success of the Norwegian experiment is clear. But whether other lands (including our own) will take advantage of the wealth of human resources which Europe's displaced Jews represent HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Arthur W. Eisenmeyer, Jr. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NE WYEAR IRVING RATHER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers with the help of JDC's Emiirra r> uBa "— B <>olhs—Setees tion Department. thT iSSFt C-^w^WkDa-Mlehen Nooks tion Department, the largest of &f 5 kind in the world. JDC inaugurated flights from! Paris to Latm-America to over: come the lack of marine transportation. JDC helped send or! pr-aned children to Canada under a project sponsored bv the Canadian Jewish Congress. JDC a-ranged passage for refugees from Snanghai to the New World And of course. JDC financed the immigration of tens of thousands to Israel. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 REPAIRS 21 N. W. 9th Street PHONE 3-5046 It Is With Pleasure Thai I Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 2-4010 GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers "Say It with Flowers But Say It with Ours" r 629 S. W. 1.J St. Phone 2-3773 Yet amdist the tremendous effort JDC must undertake in 5709 to promote the recovery of Europe's Jews a new sound is heard, a new plea for help. The hundreds of thousands of Jews of the Moslem countries—are calling today for assistance, for succor from the ravages of Arab marauders. There has been violence and burning and looting in Tripoli, Aden, Syria and Egypt. More outbreaks may come. We must be on the alert to meet more frequent emergency calls for help from this area. On the whole, however, the outlook for the New Year is the brightest since the miraculous days three and a half years ago when the mighty Allied armies rolled through Europe to liberate the continent. With the achievements of the past twelve months behind us, new perspectives will guide the direction and organization of overseas aid. This vear JDC can plan and execute lor.g-range programs of emigration and reconstruction, and as these programs become realized the planning of relief activities will be facilitated. The New Year opens with a flash of lightning, revealing new horizons of hope. Europe's Jews have the will and energy and puroose to fulfill the promose of 5709, but they cannot do it alone. They need our strength, and the knowledge that we are behind them as they cross new thresholds. The challenge to match our strength with their will is one. I am certain, the Jews of America will answer with full hearts and mighty hands. And PatronV "^Pri^l LARRY MARKS & m **>**£$ HAPPY NEW YEA R TQ Riverview <„ RTT S l£c ali2in9 ^ *• J STEAKS %  CHOPS u2 Ice Cold Beer JJ Yo *r Patronage Always Appreciated" 2780N.W.N.Rw W D r PHONE 2-8814 Greetings To Our Many Jewish Frit and Patrons SOUTH FLORil LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Aftnui PHONE 2-7664 & m Mr. and Hn, Harry Saffer and Family Extend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DALLAS PARX HOTEL BLDG. 225 S.E. 1st AVE. PHONE 3-5761 A HAPPY NEW YEAR ~ Miami Wholesale Grocery Co. 122 N. E 11th Street Distributors for SCHLrrz BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ORANGE BOWL Grapefruit Juice 100*. Pure Orange and We Serve P^AL PINEAPPLE COCOANUT PAPAYA TROPICAL PUNCH PHONE 3-9433 232 E. Flagler Street Miami, Florida HAPPY NEW YEAR THE C. ft KISTLEB COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 2-5154 L -?? Mt Month 'T Payment in inn Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR t *$ S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLA. HAPPY HOLIDAYS HAVANA VIA PLANE$30 piui A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Eatwell Restaurant Some As Good None Better "The Best for Less" 909 N. Miami Are. MIAMI Jf-j NEW YEAR g k GREETINGS Round Trip VIA SS. FLORIDA— Round Trip TOURS from $45 piu, ^ Tax $42 P1 Tax SEASON'S GREETINGS M. B. NEWBiAN Co^ Inc. Real Estate Apgar Travel Agency Sis-is^^i^r** 1 100 BUcayne BML ^ "**"* ** "* Phone 4JM*e MIAML FLORIDA Phoo. 9-5586 Af B SEWMASi pr MRand MRS L. SILVERMAN t and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119S.W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish for AH Their Patron, ad Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Kassin s Linen Shops 657 Lincoln Road 104 E. Flagler Street RaYmond-Abe-Morris VOGUf Laundry and Cleaner* PHONE 5-7489 The Best Foi Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street I MIAMI BEACH



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948 kmist IkrHur PAGE SIXTY-ONE New Year Message From Thomas E. Dewey ALBANY (WNS) — The following >s the text of Governor Thomas E. Dewey's Rosh Hashonah message to the Jews of America: •My heartfelt greetings to th*> Jewish people on this coming new year. The year 5709 marks a new epoch in the life of Jewry and the world. It is the first year sir.ce the destruction of Jewish Independence nineteen centuries ago that Israel has regained its freedom and statehood and its voice as a free nation to play its part again as a leader in spiritual thought and cultural elevation. The steadfastness with which the Jewish people have held to their faith and ideals in the face of persecution, tribulation and martyrdom has preserved their great spiritual and moral strength ar.d made them champions of liberty and righteousness. Their love for their ancient homeland, their prayers and striving for its redemption have kept up their courage and hope for the restoration of the Jewish nationhood and achieved the magnificent result. "The Jewish people may meet the new year with confidence and expectation of a brighter and happier future. The world in which in the past the exiled Israelites suffered so much look.now with admiration at the heroic struggle of Israel to regain its rightful place among the f.-ee nations. Men of good will everywhere pray and hope toge with you that the new year bring strength, security ar.d p**r*. to the reborn nation of hrael. "Americans of other faith* send their good wishes to I Jewish neighbors on Rosh Hashonah, taking pride in the tribution of the American Jc ish community throughout t.-.e years to the greatness of am Countrdy, to her derr.ocrar-y j-d her ideals. Together with you are pray that these ideals shall lerve as a beacon light to mankind in its struggle for equality, justice and freedom. Together with you we also pray that the year 57(7 may be inscribed as the year o: the resurgence of morality and righteousness in the world and that peace shall reign and humanity prosper." of the 1 Rabbi beat M •' Ami %  -.. founder -.' .: .eg<.,--.. p -, Of the BrM 'YMHA landed .. M 3 LEGAL NOTICE I Firsts %  % %  "' % % %  %  :"-.to e the work if Jet the -.:.:. ..-.. %  %  V2r.-: ". '. tion and if institu tional -. 7.7-.'. ittempt to trait An ta H •-.-%  teachf I Street YMHA if tr Hebrew Free Free Rabbia Gusta? '. %  Sola Mer.des a.-. : were i New Orleans first YMHA contributed SI.000. the proceeds .:' ball in 1866 to a local synagogue for the erection of a new build;-*. The first president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 South African Nationalists And The Jews *JhmM/krMam PAGE FORTY-NINE By EDGAR BERNSTEIN Some of the comment now appearing in the British and American press on the new National government in South Africa shows a fantastic ignorance of South African conditions and a complete misunderstanding of the position of South African Jewry. The comment most commonly encountered tries to parallel Dr. Malan and his Nationalist Party with Hitler and his Nazis. The based upon the fact South African neutrality in World War II; expressed in their opposition to the Union's war effort some sympathy with the Nazis in the early war years; even took over certain Nazi slogans, e.g., "British Jewish Imperialism," "British Jewish Communism," etc.—in some of their propaganda. Now it is true that the Nationist Party passed through such a phase; it is true that the attitudes adopted in those years are not without potential danger for the future; but to argue that such facts equate Dr. Malan's Nationalists with Hitler's Nazis is to disregard the motive forces of South African politics and the paths they pursued. There was a Nationalist Party in South Africa long before Hitler came upon the political scene. It was led by the late General J. B. M. Hertzog, and the only real respect in which it differed from General Smuts' party was in its greater emphasis on Afrikaner nationalism and its hostility to the British Empire. There were no basic economic differences between the two parties, though the Nationalist Party followed a policy of greater protection for emergent local industry. Both parties shared a "herrenvolkism," that is endemic in all South African politics: the "herrenvolkism" of the Union's 2,500,000 white people, who reserve essential political rights strictly to themselves and keep the Union's 9,000,000 black and colored people in a position of franchiseless subordination. This "herrenvolkism" is rooted in the white man's fear that if he grants the black man's request for political rights, he will lose his own foothold and be reduced to the subordinate group. It is a color herrenvolkism in which white is banded against black and tries to make time stand still It has nothing of the Nazi herrenvolkism towards Jews. Jews were as much at home in General Hertzog s party as they were in the party led by General Smuts. Indeed, many Jews helped Hertzog s Nationalists to defeat Smuts ,?nH 2 fk a xr d ^ elP hjgh Positions under the Nationalist regime. Nacomparison is based upon the T"„' u "' e "." regime. Nafact that the Nationalists urged ^"^ S l m in sters c rdially re. %  — teivea Zionist <*micc***.; „_J _• — — Mian y ICceived Zionist emissaries, and it was General Hertzog's Nationalist Government which adopted the South African pro-Zionist Declaration of 1926. Dr. Malan was a leading member of General Hertzog's Nationalist party. He was Minister of Interior in Hertzog's Cabinet. And in spite of the fact that it was he who piloted through Parliament the Quota Act of 1930 (which had the effect of limiting Jewish immigration to South Affrica), there is no evidence that he was in any way anti-Semitically inclined. On the contrary, he addressed more than one cordial message to the Jewish community. In the early 1930's South Africa was shaken by the backwash of the American and European depression and the gold standard crisis. Theratened for the first time by economic rather than political stresses, Smuts and Hert z<>g joined hands in a Coalition Government in 1933. Dr. Malan was a member of that Coalition —and General Smuts supported him in his election campaign when the Coalition went to the country the same year to get a mandate from the people. It was only after th e election, when Smuts and Hertzog decided to fuse their two parties into the United Party that differences arose. Dr. Malan disagreed with the amalgamation; he wanted to see the Nationalists retain their separate identity; he left his old leader and went into opposition on this score. He took a few—not many — Nationalists with him. It is the party that grew around this nucleus which today holds the largest number of seats in the South African parliament. 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%  ^•*. < FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 +JmM fhridton PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN The Coming 'iioldeii Age" Of •fewry To America (Continued from Page 18) moral, religious perceptions, if indee d it is to regain the power to influence the future cause of Cl A renaissance of Jewish culture in America, a creative future for Torah is within the power of our L> to attain. Will American Jewish leadership rise to the elorv of that vision? Only if the rabbis and educators, scholars an d heads of the institutions of higher learning have the zeal to inspire and the courage to lead. Our lav leaders are displaying heroic courage in shouldering enormous responsibilities for the physical sustenarfce and the resetting precedents of philanthropy and human engineering that reflect the wisdom and compassion of the Jewish heart. But that leadership has not developed t,i c keen sensitivity and sacrifical devotion for Torah which is so essential for the rebirth of a creative spirit in American Judaism. The fulfillment of the destiny of American Judaism will be retarded, if not thwarted, till there will be a spiritual revolution in the attitude of the leaders of American Jewry toward Jewish learning and cultural institutions. The term "the Golden Age of the Jews in Spain," used so glibly, was more than a gilded phrase Literally great riches of gold were poured out for institutions of learning inspired by the love of Torah. by devotion to God and overflowing faith in the abundance of Israel's spiritual riches. Till the day comes when this attitude becomes the dominant mood and conviction of American Jewish leadership it behooves the spiritual leaders to guard to cherish and to nurture this ideal in our midst. Above all, the guardianship of the ideal of Torah must be assumed by those who are charged with the direction of our institutions of learning. They mast be jealous guardians, jealous in carrying out their charge with integrity, watchful against the intrusion of popular idols into the sanctuary of learning. They must have the courage to resist the lure of popular appeal, especially that most insinuating appeal to '.he craven fears induced by antiSemitism. A people grows spiritually through the strength of moral conviction not by flight to protective covering. It is high time that we utter the stern warning: Jewish life is in danger of being debauched by the pandering of professionals to the fears and weakness of American Jewry. Good-will and amity among the faiths and peoples are ardently desired by all God-loving people. But like the bluebird of happiness they are rarely attainable through frantic pursuit. Our institutions of learning are the most effective carriers of good-will only by indirection: by training rabbis, scholars and teachers steeped in the knowledge of Judaism; still more, by fostering research and investigation which are the basis of all TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A. D. F. Bloodworth BMt Wish*! to Our Many Friends and Patrom KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS 106 N. MiamiArenui 261 E. Flaglar Street Miami GREETINGS cms. e. HIIIOCK Engineer & Surveyor 1911 Dade County Court House PHONE 3-4431 subsequent philosophic and historic structures of Jewish life; by the publication' of learned works on religion, history and literature. In the entire range of Jewish writings, no single great work of thought or spirit was ever inspired by the motive to please or appease. A noble future for Torah in America is visible on the horizon. It is carried on the wings of history. Its realization is the destiny of American Judaism. As Babylon carried the torch for Palestine; as Spain together with France and Germany lifted the banner that fell from the grasp of the Gaonate leadership in Babylon; as Poland forged to the front when other Jewries fell back; as Judaism came to life in the Ottoman Empire and in Palestine after the debacle in Eastern Europe until Poland and Lithuania were once more flourishing centers for Torah and mysticism; as Germany came to leadership in the nineteenth century by breathing new life into modern Judaism through "Judische Wissenschaft," so it is American Jewry which is now sternly cast in the role of spiritual leadership in the Jewish world. We cannot falter. We dare not fall. America will lift high the banner of Torah. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOGS, INC 1433 N. E. Miami Place Phone 9-2662 Manufacturers o^ LADIES* SPORTSWEAR Made In Miami Electric Motors—Generators—Machinery—Marine Work IVii insiihi i Armature Works, Inc. ARMATURE WINDING AND MOTOR REPAIRS 1653 N. 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PPJDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 *Jewisti florid fan South African Nationalists And The Jews (Continued from Page 52) own original white population elements for earning a living in every sphere and to protect them against unfair competition." The Nationalist Party's outlook %  deeply influenced by the attitude of the Dutch Reformed Church, the strongest single church in South Africa. Dr. Malan was once a minister of this church and various other Nationalist politicians and journalists also had their beginnings in or very close to its pulpits. It is the Dutch Reformed Church which is the strongest single force in South Africa on the color question. It rigidlv resists any formula which would give anything more than token political representation to non-Europeans. This decision, it might be argued bv the uninitiated, is very ambiguous and keeps the door open for anti-Jewish legislation on the score of •protecting our people's interests." But in fact it represent? a victory for those elements, in the church and in the Nationalist Party, which were opposed to anti-Semitism. The phrasing is ambiguous because South African politics is full of ambiguities—on General Smuts' side no less than on Dr. Malan's. There was no anti-Semitism in the Nationalist campaign in the recent election. Dr. Malan even made a long and guarded statement last October, the basic content of which was that the Nationalist Party was not antiSemitic and did not intend to introduce any discriminatory legislation against South African Jewry. The guarded nature of the statement rather tempered its reassuring intention: the more so since the Transvaal branch of the Nationalist Party still retained (and does to this day) its ban on Jewish members. When, therefore, the NationalWe Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S NEW LOCATION 24 S. W. 20th AVE. PHONE 82-3404 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. 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The Prime Minister, who received the deputation cordially, stated that both he and the government stood by the policy of non-discrimination against any section of the European population of South Africa, and looked forward to the time when there would be no further talk of the so-called Jewish question in this country Due weight must be attached to such an assurance, as the declaration of a responsible statesman, speaking in the name of a constitutionally elected government which has to gain national and international confidence in order to exercise its functions. At the same time, the past record of the Nationalist Party dictates that due vigilance must be maintained in South Africa and abroad, against those who would like to see the Nationalist pursue a more reactionary course. There are still such elements within the party and they have not given up hope of stressing their viewpoint. 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, AYi OCTOBER 1. 1948^ +Jenisti fhridliain PAGE FIVE tl .High Holiday Mlio Programs \ pries of prc-Holy Day profnn Greater Miami radio fTL explaining the meaning T5V3* New Year -Rosh t ?no and the Day of Atonefe Y m Kippur will be preEd by members of the RabK Association of Greater Milr.: Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Sman of .he Associations Mio Committee has announced L following schedule, of protrainsW QAM-Rabbi David Raab Inlc Isaiah. Miami Beach (preSHashono), Saturday evening. Sbcr 2 at 10:15 to 10:301 p.m. |a b Max Shapiro, Beth David [Ration, Miami (pre-Yom Erf. Monday evening OctoL r 11 at 10 to 10:15 p.m. FwiOD-Rabbi Simon April, MiHebrew School and Concation. Miami (pre Rosh lasrono). Sunday morning, OctoLrJat 12:15 to 12:30 noon. Dr. Lb H. Kaplan. Temple Israel Miami, (P>e Yom Kioto) Sunday morning, October 10 12:15 to 12 30 noon. fwGBS—Rabbi Marius Ranson, Lmple Israel. Ft. Lauderdalr L-Rosh Hashono). Saturday bring. October 2 at 7:00 to 7:15 m Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, Mi%  nj Beach Jewish Community Enter. Miami Beach (pre-Yom Eppur). Mondav evening, OctoL 11, 6:15 to 6:30 p.m. |wKAT—Rabbi Moses Meschel%  Beth Jacob Congregation, MiBEST WISHES F O R A HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY C. IWASMAN, D.V.M. 1929 Purdy Avenue MIAMI BEACH imi Beach (pre-Rosh Hashono), Saturday evening, October 2 at 7:30 to 7:45 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach (pre-Yom Kippur), Sunday evening, October 10 at 3:00 to 8:15 p.m. The pre-Rosh Hashono adlresses will deal with the theme of "The New Year—5709." The pre-Yom Kippur addresses vill deal with the theme "The significances of the Day of Atonement." Rabbi Max Kaufman of the ewish Community Center in Hollywood, Fla., will speak over itation WINZ prior to the New fear and Day of Atonement. Hebrew Acadomy Ailds Two ttrados The Hebrew Academy has adel•d two new grades to its school irogram for the school year of '.948-49. Last year when the Hercw Academy opened it had the first four years of elementary school, in addition to its unique kindergartenprogram groups. This year, because of the demand from many of the parents in the Greater Miami community, the Hebrew Academy has initiated classes for students of the 5th and 6th years of elementary school. Over 125 students are already enrolled in the academy which is the only modern co-educational all-day school in the entire southeastern region of the United States, which offers a comprehensive educational program presenting a progressive American and secular education in synthesis with an intensive Hebrew training. In addition to the regular curricular studies, the Hebrew Academy offers courses in music, music appreciation, arts and crafts and dramatics and public expression. The academy provides bus transportation from Miami Beach, Surfside, Northwest and Southwest Miami to the school. There are large airy classrooms, 400 seat auditorium, outdoor playground, library, clinic, dining room and kitchen—all newly and fully equipped. Hot luncheons and afternoon refreshments are served daily. Hebrew Calendar 5709 1948 rtosh Hashonah, 1st day... int. 4 Rosh Hashonah, 2nd day I let "> Kast of Qedallah Oct. 6 Nhabl.ath Shuvah .. Oct. !t Yom Kippur >, t 13 Succoth, 1st day Oot 1R Buccoth, 2nd day < i t .t. 1;. Ifashanah Rabl.a Oot 21 Shamlnl Atsereth Oct 2.', Slmchath Torah ...Oct. 2fi 'Rosh Cbodesh, Cheshvan Nov. 3 Rosh Chodesh, Kislev I >,.,-. ?. Chanukah, 1st day i> ec 27 Cliunu kah. 2nd day Dec. 28 •Also observed previous day. BEST WISHES TO ALL Max's IIHi-ai>ssn & Restaurant 1131 West Flagler Street 2-9392 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS "Jerry's Finest In Foods" JERRY SHERZER. Proprietor 241 W. Flagler Street. Miami Phone 82-3991 A Happy New Year Dubrow's Cafeterias Miami Beach Brooklyn, N. Y. If You Desire JEWISH Cuisine Try These LUNCHEON SPEC3ALS SANDWICHES SMOKED SALMON CHOPPED LIVER TOMATO HERRING SOUR CREAM SPECIALS SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned The President and the Board oi Directors of The Jewish Home For the Aged EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS Services for the High Holy Days will be held at the Home's Synagogue Reverend Israel Faber will officiate at the Services Mezzanine Floor THE OLD WORDS HAVE NEW MEANING 3?' £PA&no &iw& GROSSINGERS-FERNDALE. N.Y. THE GROSSINGER-PANCOAST-MIAMI BEACH, FLA. >t ove it t >urse M 0^ tBfr^ is 111** 1 1 • PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N. E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 6-3938



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PAGE SIXTY-SIX +Jewistncrkfton FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. • : To Accept Israel Britain Insists On Bernadotte's Plan Foreign Minister Zigmunt Medzelewski of Poland, making the first declaration by any of the Eastern European nations, blamed the Palestine war on the resistance of the oil interests to the effective implementation of the original UN. partition decision. He demanded that the Assembly permit no deviation from the firsroad of peaceful ar.d final settlement. That fir.al settlement, he emphasized, -should be crowned bv the admission of the state of Israel into the United Nations. Britain has decided to recognize Israel if the Bernadotte proposals for Palestine partition are accepted, it was learned here ir. circles close to Hector McNeil British Secretary of State ansecond in command of the United Kingdom delegation. Britain attaches great significance to the incorporation of the Negev Into Transiordan and is proposing this to the Israeli mission here, these same sources said. This Droposal. it was stressed, represents the joint policy of Britain, the United States. Franc. and the Benelux natl ru Brit. he prepared to discuss with the Israeli govern: the i then I limits of theterritory to be designate -. as th< ... .. ,• • urces indicat Former State Employees Open Beach Agency A new emploj nt service 1,. inaugurated Oct I y •' • '%  Staton and Dan C Knight, former employees of th Florida State Employment Service. Their nev offices will be located at 1034 5th St.. Miami Beach, two city blocks east of the Miami Beach c ami* I of Commerce. The Miarri Beach Emplovment Service will handle all types of jobs, give employnv nt counseling and advise veterans as to their rights, benefits and allowances Mr. Staton was local manager of the Florida State Employment Service on Miami Beach last season and Mr. Knight was Veterans Employment representative. When the state officials closed the Miami Beach office both Mr. Staton ar.d Mr. Kinght were transferred to the Miami office with. Mr Staton acting as employers contact representative and Knight as employment viewer. mterPalestine Problem Placed On UN Assembly Agenda PARIS. (JTA>—The Palestine question was headed for speedy consideration by the General Assemblv following its approval by the General (steering) Committee for inclusion on the Assembly agenda. The committee also includedThe question of Palestine-Arab' UN. personnel and compensation for injuries suffered in the service of the international organization. MR. and MRS. SAM Si:i I XI \ and daughter Barbara Judith and Harriette Marshi EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TOALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL It. II. ShadtlH'k REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR S. I. Rcifman SIGNS 623 5th St. Phone 5-7210 Near Washington Ave. OLD JUNK CARS SCRAP IRON AND METALS Highest Prices Paid H. L. ROWELL & SON 3019 N. W. 28th St. Miami, Fla. Phone 88-2158 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 Groceriess Now Located in Our New Home With Larger Quarters TO SERVE YOU BETTER AT Phone 2-8455 2085 N. W. 2nd Ave. JACK ADELMAN AND JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES y* TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TYMTS T. TRIPP 3662 CORAL WAY y> a* it is our sincere wish that 5709 ushers in a year of Peace, Joy and Happiness lor the State oi Israel and Jewry the world over. V£ Mr. and Mrs. I. L Mintzer and Family



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• .1 r { %  i PAGE TEN LIVES OF OUR TIMES PR&CHTHIG-'IIHJWIM A. COHMJHI MAN WHO HOLDS THE eiCfitST PUIUC RELATIONS JOB IN THE *OKlP-.A$$T.U.N.SECGEN[RAl IN CHARGE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR U.N. cone" pj ewtot flcridUar? RPM/AMIM A.COHEN FRIDAY, OCTOBE R 1, i 94fl r-*^Z MQUHH^i tot NOOa. -W HHOftA* IM^? BORN IN CHILE 52 TEARS AG0.HE GRADUATED WITH HONORS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF Cllltf,CXCEU' ING IN BOWNGA FENCING. HE WORKED 11 YEAF.'. CHIEF.UNUSUAI AIIUH FOR A^'*" !" NATIONAHIEWTIONS tfSUJEP IN AWOMTMINT AS PRESS ATTACH? TO THE WASHINGTON PC CHILEAN EMBASSY IN WC flit* ING IN BOWNG ft FENCING. Nt RBHH '"-> -,. ,,,... -, t AS A NEWSPAPER REPORTER RISING TO EHTWHW .__,' %  .'..^.-....i... tJHHGRMKIuff M IN WASHINGTON.HE ATTENDED THE SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, RECEIVING A DOCTOR Of PHILOSOPHY DEGREE WITH TOP HONORS. %  AFTER APPOINTMENT AS CHARGE D* AFFAIRS FOR CHILE.HE RETURNED HOME TO BECOME MINISTER RESIDENT* CHIEF Of THE DIPLOMATIC DEP'T. OF THE CHILEAN FOREIGN OFFICE. SERVING GTEARS AS CHILEAN AMBASSADOR TO BOLIVIA, IN 1945 HE WAS APPOINTED AMBASSADOR TO VENEZUELA. f IN MARCH IW6.HE WAS APPOMTtOASSISTANT U.N. SECRETARY CENERAL.A POST WHICH HI NOLOS ATTHE PRESENT TIME. MASTER OF 5 LANGUAGES, He BOASTS OP OWNWO A 13RARY OF 15.000 VOLUMES ON HBTORY.FHILOSOm AND INTERNATIONAL LAW AND REAPS AT LEAST fftf BOOK A DAY. HE DESCRIBES HIMSELF AS„'A ER WHO WAS DRAGGED INTO MPUMACY* THIS IS A Fall Campaigns To Decide Success Of UJA, Morgenthau Tells Local Heads Declaring that the money of American Jewry helped 'turn defeat into victory," tor the Jews of Israel, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, addressing a telephone conference of Jewish community leaders in 40 cities of the country Wednesday thanked the Jewish community of Greater Miami for having gone over the top in its 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. The telephoned address was listened to at a special luncheon i meeting of the board of governors | of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation held at the Miami Beach YM & WHA. William D. Singer, j vice president of the Federation. ( presided, in place of President Jacob Sher who is out of the city. Other participating in the nationwide telephone conference were Rabbi Jonah Wise and Rabbi Israel Goldstein, co-chairmen of the United Jewish Appeal; Edwin Rosenberg, chairman of the board of the United Service for New Americans; Former Governor Herbert Lehman of New York and Capt. Alexander Albauer of the Army of Israel. As a special order of business the board of governors elected Irving Frankel, Alfred Stone. Benjamin Meyers and Joseph M. Rose to fill vacancies on the executive committee of the federation. Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, presented two new staff members, Irving Bernstein who will direct the winter residents and other campaign sections and Ed Singer who will be in charge of Federation collections and will direct the Metropolitan Unit of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. Predicting that the country will fall short of its 1948 $250,000,000 UJA goal, Mr. Morgenthau said that the results of the campaigns now being conducted in many cities will tell how "close we come to the goal." He predicted, however, that the amount that will be raised this year will 'be HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II. Weinkle and Daughters substantially greater than in 1947." Stating that the "Gates of Israel have been thrown open to the homeless refugees of Europe," Mr. Morgenthau said that between 10.000 and 12.000 Jews are arriving in Israel monthly. Rabbi Wise declared that the Joint Distribution Committee is spending more than 1,600.000 each month to pay for the transportation of these Jews to Israel. He dwelt on the problem facing the committee in bringing assistance to Jews still remaining in displaced persons camps and especially to Jews in Moslem-held lands. Governor Lehman said that "we are at the greatest turning point in the history of the Jewish people." He. too. praised those communities including Greater Miami, who have passed their goal. Having just returned from Israel, Rabbi Goldstein said the greatest problem confronting the Israeli government is that of maintaining its army in the present state of truce. "This is putting a terrible strain on the economy of the country," he said. Other problems of great magnitude were that of providing for the new arriavLs and the need to establish new agricultural settlements to absorb the newcomers. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 fJewisii ftD/rodfi&n PAGE SEVENTY-ONE U. S. Backs Bernadotte's Proposals Marshall Urges Acceptance in Entirety WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The U. S government went on record this week as fully backing the recommendations on Palestine made by the late Count Folke Bernadotte in his report to the UN. Security Council, the text of which was made public earlier. The State Department released the text of a statement issued by Secretary of State George C Marshall in Paris which emphasizes that the U.S. government will urge the U.N. General Assembly, as well as the Jews' and the Arabs, to accept these recommendations "in their entirety." The text of Secretary Marshall's statement reads: •The United States considers that the conclusions contained in the final report of Count Bernadotte offer a generally fair basis for settlement of the Palestine question. My government is of the opinion that the conclusions are sound and strongly urges the parties and the General Assembly to accept them in their entirety as the best possible basis for bringing peace to a distracted land. "No plan could be proposed which would be entirely satisfactory in all respects to every interested party. The United Nations had endeavored te achieve a solution by peaceful adjustment and entrusted the task to its mediator, Count Bernadette. He energetically, courageously and with a spirit of complete fairness, we feel, canvassed all the possibilities and proposed as his last contribution towards a world peace a sound basis for settlement. He gave his life to this effort "The complexities of the problem and the violent emotions which have been engendered are such that the details of any plan could be debated endlessly. As a matter of fact, the debate on this question has been carried on for years in almost every kind of public forum It is our sincere hope that the parties concerned will realize that their best interests and the interests of the world-community will be served by accepting in a spirit of fair compromise the judgment Count Bernadotte." BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY NEW YEAR A. M. Reder MIAMI BEACH Dr. Abba Hillel Silver Urges Report Rejection NEW YORK, (JTA)—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council, this week appealed to President Truman "to prevent the imposition of such iniquitous terms on Israel" as the Bernadotte plan recommended and to stand by the pledged word of the American government which accepted without reservation the Nov. 29 U.N. decision and which on May 14 gave de facto recognition to the state of Israel. Dr. Silver's protest against Secretary Marshall's endorsement of the Bernadotte report, which would give the Negev area now in Israel to the Arabs, was made in behalf of all official Zionist bodies in the United States—the Zionist Organization of America, Hadassah, Mizrachi Organization of America, Labor-Zionist Organization of America-Poale Zion. United Zionists-Revisionists of America, Hashomcr Hatzair, Achdut Haavcdah-Poale Zion (United Labor Zionist Party). Pointing out that the Zionist movement in this country had "relied on the loyalty of the American government to the U.N. partition resolution of last November," and on the -personal commitment of the President and the platform pledges of the Democratic Party, Dr. Silver noted that "we have accordingly been profoundly shocked by Secretary Marshall's unqualified endorsement of the recommendations of Count Bernadotte which would reduce the area of Israel by twothirds, leaving it a miniature state incapable of large-scale settlement of refugees." SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING YEAR A Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. and MRS. JACK ZWICK Son Herbert and Daughter Faye of GREETINGS For the Latest in Records and the Greatest Buys in Clothing (Union Made Work Clothes) COME TO Kenny's Dept. Store 2187 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-1105 Miami GREETINGS RODS AND REELS REPAIRED SHRIMP MULLET Underwater Equipment LEE'S Established 25 years 324 N. 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1 ^ V PAGE THIRTY %  il : I ; >. i flE! %  i i • .: i TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR C & H. HOME Bl ILDERS "BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES" 5688 S.W. 5th Terr. 7171 S.W. 13th St. — 3531 S.W. 12th St Phone 48-5775 SINCERE WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR H. EARNEST OVERSTREET AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE MOSS PRINTING CO. 245 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETING TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS HOTEL and C O M M ERCIAL PRINTERS Manuiacturers and Distributors ol THE MOSS LINE STANDARDIZED HOTEL FORMS Geared For Service! I Mi on is 58-7551 — 58-7552 5-1001 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR from The Foremost Photographers Ol The South Elevator Lobby DuPONT BUILDING PHONE 3-8617 Israeli Film Making (Continued from Page 19) produce one feature film a year for the next two or three years. Then Lourie expects to have gathered sufficient facilities enough technicians and the proper dramatic ideas for at least two feature films a year. The growth from that point onward, he feels, should be natural and steady. In describing "A Place Called Home," Lourie declared: ••It is. we think, a bit unusual. If one were asked to put it into any category at all—fay tragedy or comedy or whatevei —one "would say it is a comedy Joe Krumgold felt—and I agreed with him completely—that anj other film depicting the dramatic j success that the Jews have had I in building up their country during the past few decades, would be just that—dramatic. But it would hardlv have any freshness, or novelty about it. We wanted, to tell a story that would identify our hero with anyone of ten million young men in any other j country, and not as a singleminded, high-purpose superman who overcomes every obstacle We felt that, no matter how true, such treatment could become tiresome. •So h e decided to tell the story of a young Jew just out of Poland who is not, after his recent experiences, terribly anxious to involve himself in the milieu of pioneering. He wants to rest. He wants to be unknown. He wants. in other words, to be left alone. •A Place Called Home' takes him through this preliminiary, altogether human negativeness and tells the story of how he does finally find a useful and satisfying place for himself in his own country. We believe many people everywhere in the world will personaly identify themselves with our hero. For above all else, he is like most of us—a simple human being." The leading player in "A Place Called Home" i* twenty-six-yearold Arthur Sroka. Along general lires his own recent life is a reflection of the hero's developmonl in the film. "A Place Called Honv" was completed, and young Sroka went to Jerusalem for ;i holiday. There he was almost fatauy wounded in the explosion which, on February 22. wrecked Ben Yehuda Street. The incident seemed to conic to him as both a warning and the reward. He was rushed to I' dassah Hospital and every effort was made to keep him alive. Just before word came through that Sroka had a good chance to live. Lourie and Krumgold had I decided to dedicate the picture to their young leading man. F RIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 Phone 3-4515 Ph n 3-4170* PAIL'S CARPET CO. Carpet Linoleum • Broadielt Cut and Sewed — Repaired and Laid Sterilized and Demothed 2412 N. MIAMI AVE., MIAMI 37, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TELEPHONE 2-7937 %  lade Marble & Tile Company Contractors for MARBLE, TILE AND TERRAZZO 1235 N.W. 4th STREET MIAMI, FLA. A Happy New Year To All Our Friends A. J. Tobin r i ; i i.l ; NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM Belcher Oil Company Established 1915 Miami and Port Everglades, Florida SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA OVER THIRTY-THREE YEARS 'i l J MARKOWITZ BROS., Inc. EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAR ^arkowUzBros. H E A T IN G P L U M B I N G POWER PIPING CONTRACTORS 5600 N. E. 4th Ave. PHONE 89-2411 BEN MARKOWITZ • NATHAN MARKOWITZ J



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. PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT *Je*lst> fhrAfiar FRIDAY, OCTOBER Us THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY, JERUSALEMEXPECTS TO RESUME FULL PROGRAM IN NOVEMBER Of its 19 buildings on Ml. Scopus none was destroyed or surrendered during fighting. While staff and students defended Mt. Scopus, the University continued essential work in town. Damage suffered by some buildings will be repaired and it is hoped that a full program ot teaching and research will be resumed on Mt. Scopus in November, according to the American Friends of the Hebrew University. __^_ A HAPPY NEW YEAR HALL MARK ELECTRICAL SALES CO. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND BUILDING MATEnut. 141 N. E. 19th Terrace Phone S 3-532$ GREETING FROM V LEAR BUILDERS GENERAL CONTRACTORS Phone 58-3224 1929 Bay Road Miami Beach. Fla. A MOST HAPPY GREETINGS B. W. THACKER AGENCY TYPEWRITERS Adding Machines Check Writers SOLD — RENTED REPAIRED 123 N. E. 1st St. PHONE 2-0115 GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 20t Street—Phone 5-5908 Miami Beach *H til T MRS. LEON GARDNER and MR. and MRS. LLOYD GARDNER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A | HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR John F. Allison LANGFORD BLDG. Dr. and Mrs. .Is. II. Margolis and Daughter ISADORA and Son STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Direct From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 NEW YEAR TO ALL 4> WESLEY E. GARRISON CHAIRMAN— DEWEY FOR PRESIDENT WARREN FOR VICE PRESIDENT CLUB 1947 W. FLAGLER STREET BEST WISHES from Sears. Roebuck and Co, OF MIAMI wmm



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948 vi*l *r Marshall Urges UN To Admit Israel PARIS. (JTA)-Secretary of ctate George C. Marshall called on the United Nations this week M admit Israel and Transjordan o membership, in his opening oHdrcss to the 58 nations of the GeneS Assembly. Singling out Palestine as the first of seven reriirrent problems which must be ettled if the world is to move Sward peace Secretary Marsha 1 icclared that the Assembly's aims should be: A Palestine free from strife and the threat of strife, with both the Jews and Arabs assured the neaceful development envisaged L the actions of the General Assembly and the Security Council; and early demobilization of armed forces to permit the return to conditions of peace and normal living >n Palestine; the repatriation of refugees who wish to return and live in peace with their neighbors; economic aid to Jews and Arabs to restore and strengthen their economic wellbeingthe admission of Transjordan and Israel to membership in the United Nations." The Secretary paid tribute to the late U.N. mediator, Count Folkc Bernadotte as a man who worked "brilliantly and courageously" in the cause of peace. He urged the Assembly to act promptly on U.N. Secretary-General Trvgve Lie's proposal for a U N. force of armed guards. "This great world organization should not send its servants on missions of peace without reasonable protection." Secretary Marshall insisted. Turning to the problem of human rights, the head of the American delegation expressed the hope that the Assembly would approve "by an overwhelming majority the Declaration of Human Rights as a standard of conduct for all; and let us as members of the United Nations, conscious of our own shortcomings and imperfections, join our effort in good faith to live up to this high standard." Israel To Oppose Negev For Arabs TEL AVIV, (JTA)—In its first official reaction to the Bernadotte recommendations for the future of Palestine, the Israeli government announced that it would oppose all efforts to exclude the Negev from Israel territory. In addition, the government laid claim to the inclusion of Jerusalem within Israel, stressing the need for an unbroken territorial link between Jerusalem and Israel, which would rule out the return of Lydda and Ramleh to the Arabs. Further, the Israeli government insisted that Haifa must remain an integral part of Israel, under Israeli soverenity. A spokesman for the Foreign Minister stressed that Israel wants boundaries fixed by formal agreement among the contending parties, and pending that, Israel considers that the November 2P delimitation would remain valid although "strongly in need of certain improvements in the light of events since then." The Foreign Ministry statement criticized the failure of the mediator to consider Jewish defense and immigration needs in proposing boundary changes, asserting that "among the principles put forward as governing the delimitation of boundaries (by Bernadotte), we miss those of defense in the light of dangers we have had to face and ward off, unaided, and the needs of development for the absorption of large-scale immigration. Miami Hea'li Jitney Bus Co., Inc. 104 Biscayne Street (The Green Line) Extends best wishes for a Happy New Year to its customers and to the entire Jewish Community TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR l i! DQKHORN PRODUCE INC 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 2-5111 m luG^ST BROS RV| SEP Cantor Joseph W. Malek, who has made rapid strides in the cantorial field, will conduct High Holy Day services at the Coral Gables Community Center. This is Cantor Malek's second consecutive year at the Center. He has served as its Cantor since the organization of the institution. Cantor Malek is being recognized nationally as one of the leading young cantors to enter the liturgical field. He emanates from a long family line of prominent singers. is t •>< %  9* s/ GREETINGS TO ALL JACQUES FINE PASTRIES EVERYTHING IN INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS World Famous Pastries Add to the Success of the Party 1654 Alton Road Phone 5-1763 F. A. GRIMMIG, Mgr. and Owner Catering to Hotels and Clubs Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser Phyllis Lee, Mona Louise and Sonya Stephanie wish all their friends and relatives a Happy New Year MR. AND MRS. NATHAN GLOSSER DAY PHONE 9-2351 NITE PHONE 48-6300 Dade Machine Shop ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING General Machine Work 461 N. W. 9th Street Miami, Fla. E. W. THOMPSON CARIBBEAN HOTEL EXTEND TO THEIR FRIENDS GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS PLYMOUTH — DeSOTO 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341 $ Open 'till 3 o'clock in the morning N. E. 2ND AVENUE AT 4TH STREET Under the Personal Supervision Of George J. Greenspan HAPPY NEW YEAR Our best wishes to all our friends and relatives for a very Happy New Year MR. AND MRS SAMUEL FRIEDLAND AND MARJORIE umn nnpn .niua mwb We take this opportunity to express our fondest desire that the year ^flpif 5 7 0 9 HOTEL be filled with "Brocho— Blessings" of Peace, Health Happiness and Prosperity For All Israel Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg AND FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman OWNERS and OPERATORS THE TIDES HOTEL MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed 11



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rPTDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 ^Jewlst Fh>rldHan PAGE SEVENTY-THREE GREETINGS T O A L L O. L. PINSON GREETINGS TO ALL M. E. OZEE, Owner Little River Hardware Company HARDWARE PAINT HOUSE FURNISHINGS 7811 N. E. 2nd Ave. _J%OM 7-1628 Miami, Florida "SINCE 1922" GREETINGS TO ALL Telephone 88-3714 Office. Docki and Residence—730 Okeechobee Road. Hialeah, Fla. ARNOLD MAUTE Captain FINE YACHTS SAILING CRAFTS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Mill work & Lumber Co. DOORS WINDOWS ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK 535 N. W. 11th Street Phone 2-3186 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LOCAL AND LONG DJSTANCE MOVING American Van & Storage, Inc. MOVING—PACKING—CRATING—STORAGE A. J. LERETTE Phone 3-0625 2125 N. W. 1st Court Miami. Fla. GREETINGS TO ALL Phone 78-2120 AUTO GLASS SERVICE HARRY LACKEY, Mgr. SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS PARTS While You Wait 1075 N. W. 36th Street Miami. Florida GREETINGS V BING K0SS0FF CONST. CORP. 1210 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1786 GREETINGS C. P. DUNCAN REALTOR BUYING AND SELLING 'Over 24 Years in Real Estate' 325 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Florida HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS AUSTIN BURKES MANUFACTURERS OUTLET FINE MEN'S CLOTHES SPECIALIZING IN FORSTMANN SILK GABARDINE SLACKS AND SUITS AuititiH. ItluAJU MFRS. OUTLET p 600 LINCOLN ROAD BLDG. entrance 1628 Penntylvania Ave.—Just Off Lincoln Road, M.B. In Philadelphia Since 1908 OEEN DAILY 9-6 Childhood Holiday (Continued from Page 69) some food from the icebox. Usually he abused that privilege especially with regard to the chicken which was supposed to be eaten by the whole family in the evening at the end of the long fast when everybody was pretty hungry. Usually he took a much larger piece of chicken than he was entitled to. And anyway, complained the folks, what business did we have to touch the chicken? Couldn't we have taken some bread and butter, some fruit and some cake for our afternoon repast and left the fowl intact for the evening? However, the folks had to forgive us. Wasn't this the Day of Forgiveness? Yom Kippur night after the fast was enjoyable to children if only because the long day of prayers was over, everybody was in a kindly forgiving mood and Old-Man Berlin, our landlord, was taking the first steps to build the Sukkah for the eight-day holiday of Sukkoth which was due four days later. The Sukkah has always been something to delight*the heart of a child. A temporary hut built of boards and covered on top with leaves, it is used during the weeklong festival for meals. Fruits dangle from its ceiling, which cannot prevent an autumn rain from entering the Sukkah and flooding the dining-table. Sometimes it happened that in the midst of a meal we would have to flee the Sukkah because of rain and end the repast in the house. Mother would bewail that sudden onslaught of rain after she had taken so much trouble to set the table in the Sukkah, but to children at the irresponsible age of ten that too was fun. The latter part of the Sukkoth week was ushered in by the eve of Hashana Rabba, when the grown-up folks went to Schul to say special prayers for forgiveness before midnight, when the heavens are supposed to open and God's verdict over men is made final. All week long people would make the blessing over the "ethrog,"' the Palestinian lemon, before commencing their meals, while the palm-like "lulav" would be employed in the morning prayers. Now this was coming to an end with the last day of Sukkoth, "Shemini Atzereth," a day on which everybody went to Schul because Yizkor was then recited. Children and grown-ups whose parents were both alive were not allowed to remain inside the synagogue during the Yizkor service. Since we had to stand out on the street during that period, many of us forgot to return to the services when we should have returned. Finally, a day after Shemini Atzereth, came Simhath Torah, one of the most joyous of our festivals for children. Simhath Torah is still so widely celebrated in American synagogues, Conservative as well as Orthodox, that I need hardly describe it to you—the carrying of apples or pumpkins in which lighted candles or less dangerous little flags are stuck in connection with the "Hakofot," the march with the holy scrolls, the singing and the dancing. In our town the kids still observed the Old World custom of making bonfires on Simhath Torah. Some of our oldsters would imbibe a good deal of liquor—it was permissable on that day—and in their lit-up condition would start squabbling among themselves, perhaps because of the order in which one or one's son or son-in-law was called up to "Hakofot." These quarrels, which sometimes became violent, were always great fun to us onlooking youngsters. And now the holiday season was over for us Jewish children. Now came the cold autumn, the harbinger of an icy, snow-bound winter, the grey, short days, the days upon which you had to carry the double burden of public school and cheder. No more holiday fun for quite a while. You had to wait nearly two months for Hanukah to come along. L & G GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR L. & L. ROOFING Till; CO. INC. 755 N. W. 143rd Street Phone 7-1651 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR y NICKOLAS N0RD0NE PATENT SCAFFOLDING CO. INC. 93 N. E. 20th Street Miami THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE PITTSIII1M.II CLUB WISH ALL THE CLUB MEMBERS AND ALL PITTSBURGHERS IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Leonard #.. Kimball* President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ RYDER TRUCKING CO. 1642 N. W. 21st Terrace PHONE 9-6411 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lt Shim Carlson Build You An A N C H O B FENCE 4050 N. W. 22nd Ct. Phone 7-1278 DRINK SAMBO "IT'S CHOCOLATE MALTED" SOI I III SHU SAMBO INC. MIAMI. FLA. h HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL STAR CLEANERS & DYERS PHONE 2-2353 2343 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, F1~-"-'"T



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—. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 +Jewi*t> fk>rid/Hair) PAGE FIFTY-NINE A Most Happy New Yea* A To All Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA jU DR. and MRS. DONALD MICHELSON and Family EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL OF JEWRY FOR A YEAR OF JOY AND BLESSINGS RABBI and MRS. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN and Family Wish for the members of Temple Israel and affiliated groups and to all Jewry Sincere Wishes for K HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for K HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL and Family extend best wishes for a— HAPPY NEW YEAR to members and friends of th Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and to all Jewry— A Happy and Healthy New Year A Plea For Bikkur Cholim By RABBI HAROLD H. GORDON (The author attained fame during the war as the "Flyini? Chaplain" of the Air Transport Command. In his 200,000 miles of air travel, he covered the largest territory assigned to any chaplain. Since l46. he has been the General Secretary and Chaplaincy Coordinator of the New York Board of Rabbis, consisting of almost 300 orthodox, conservative and reform rabbis In the worlds largest community.) On Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur, each one of us will recite the familiar verse from the High Holiday Prayer Book: "When our own strength faileth, foresake us not." To those of us in good health, it will be just another fine expression we customarily utter on these days. But for the countless others, this prayer will be uttered with fervent hope for personal fulfillment. Part of my work as Circuit Chaplain of the Air Transport Command during World War II was to visit the hospitals in each one of my far-flung bases, from Baffin Land to Scotland and from Greenland's icy mountains to Bermuda's coral strands. One incident of particular relevance took place in Prestwick, Scotland. As I was making my rounds of one of the wards in a local "holding hospital," stopping for a moment at each bed, I noticed that someone was following me. RABBI and MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN and Family MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Wishes for L HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS N EW YEAR to the officers, directors and members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and all its affiliated organisations and to all Jewry. RABBI DAVID RAAB of Temple Isaiah Extends heartfelt NEW YEAR GREETINGS to the members of Temple Isaiah, the Sisterhood and to the entire Jewish community of Greater Miami. RABBI and MRS. MURRAY GRAUER and Daughter 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 HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE U DRIVE 1031 Fifth Street Miami Beach RENT A NEW CONVERTIBLE After completing my "circuit" of the ward, I looked up to see a smiling lad, dressed in the familiar hospital robe, holding in front of him a copy of Hertz'? "Book of Jewish Thoughts," as if he were saying "I am a Jew. please see me." Casually I walked up to the young soldier who quickly volunteered: "I am Pvt Levy. There's nothing wrong with me. I just want to talk to a rabbi or a fellow-Jew." (There was "nothing wrong" with him; he had "just" been wounded during the Battle of the Bulge and was being evacuated to the States by air.) He proudly showed he his tallis and tephillin on hi? night table and said, "I put them on every day, even at the front." As I made my rounds of many hospitals and saw thousands of men in various stages of physical disability, the thought was born in my mind: What an uplifting experience it is for a sick person to have a visitor, even a stranger. How much a word of encouragement, a smile, a nod, a warm sholom aleichem can mean to pomeone lying on a sick bed. My resolve was firm: If ever I returned to civilian life, I would establish Bikkur Cholim, regular visiting of the sick, as part of my program, and would urge it upon laymen as well as upon rabbis. Shortly after my retirement from the service, I became associated with the New York Board of Rabbis, part of whose program is devedote to chapliancy activities in hospitals. For many years the City and State have engaged clergymen of the three major faiths to serve as chaplains, and the Board was designated the responsible agency for the appointment of Jewish chaplains. However, it was not until July 1946, when the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies granted the New York Board of Rabbis a subvention for this purpose, that chaplaincy work on an organized basis was introduced into voluntary and private hospitals Since then the Board has expanded its program to include nine chaplains serving thirty institutions in the Borough of Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester and Nassau counties, in addition to coordinating thirty-one City and State hospitals. The services of! ^he Jewish chaplains are many and varied. During the course of the past two years, they made 218,304 bedside visits, in many instances the only visits which the bedridden got. Being on call for twenty-four hours a day, the chaplains are frequently summoned for emergencies in the early hours of the morning. In pre-operative cases they give spiritual strength and (Continued on Page 62) ) TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY M. GOLDSTEIN CITY AWNING COMPANY 473 West Flagler St. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR $ Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and Family BEST WISHES FO R A HAPPY NEW YEAR SEVEN SEAS RESTAURANT 101 S. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-0771 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BELL PAINT CO. INC. 2623 P. de L. Blvd., C. Gables Phone 48-1061 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Artistic Beauty Salon Specializing in Custom Permanent Waving HAIR TINTING 1630 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone 5-5509 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR J. & M. EQUIPMENT COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-4872 SAWS Filed and Retoothed Circular Saws A Specialty Mechanically Precise Filing Saws Cut Truer and Faster Bandsaws Welded Skilsaws for Rent FACTORY METHOD "All Work Guaranteed" Metal saws sharpened and swaged Leonard's Saw Filing & Retoothing Co. 3680 N.W. 36th St. Ph. 88-3353 BEST WISHES FO R A HAPPY NEW YEAR Apex Pest Control Service 824 1st Street MIAMI BEACH EARL WHHFORD L'SHONQ TOVA TIKOSEVU OtJR BEST WMSMiES FOR THE NEW YEAR • A HAPPY ONE • A GOOD ONE in MR. AND MRS. DAVID WHITMAN Whitman's Kosher Market 1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1267 MEAT DEPARTMENT UNDER MANAGEMENT OF PHILIP PORES Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal and Family Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes For A VERY HAPPY 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. First Street PHONE 9-3449 A HAPPY NEW YEAR HANDSEL ELECTRIC CO. 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^j*a^. ) M>i n ti + I • to PAGE T WENTY SIX GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Srybold Building PHONE 3 ?020 Best Wish* To* A HAPPY SEASON Dad Papr 6, Bag Co. 144 N. E. 21et Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th fcrenue PHONE 5 §3IS IMNING ROOM COUNTER and CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE Bedouins Fight For Israel (Continued from Pag* 1*1 Sheikh's offer, and the commander-in chief on the Northern Front l te< ] a veteran Palmach of,, to MSUHM command ol the I besmen This officer's father had for yean accompanied soo logical and othe expeditions into what was thon reniotr and lnse,,„v territorj He himsell had watchma • •' tii • v : ,nd against armed trespi u ere, TV,,. 0 ff ce %  •' %  %  ci '•> came to Tel Aviv or leave, gave an ao couni of thr exploits ol his Pr v. Tho firsl actions In which nis unit took part were raids or, the villages of enemj Arabs on both the bordei Thosr opera 5 W en e* • led ou1 in cooperation tli Israel A -mj units, in eluding ions of thr Pal h T v, r tribesmen proved v-es able fighters undo; ,., unaccustomed conditions of modem warfare Tho stood up v0 determined Syrian attacks, and hold on grimly >" %  f,cc oi h< • fire. The Syrians were annoyed bj the ac he 1 %  ibesmen in Joinms t h jews, i d subjected the i Tuba to sholiinc and bombing \, ,. r ,.,)i v el i •'• te istic in cW en1 to the course of one raid Bedouin w Wiled, "d Mi bod, WM left on the battlefield. r i„dead man. womenfolk implored the Israeli commander to recover his body; but it was toposrible to return to the scene ol the raid This answer, however, aid not satisfy the women. and they made the commanders ISeamiiars by Importuning him ,o recover the body. At this juncture the Sheikh Stepped in. Summoning all the Jomen of the tribe, he addressed them as follows: •Listen o women' Many, many Lean ago. a woman came -to-the Sheikh and besought his help, as son was lying mortally sick. The She.kh went to her dwelling and found the child in the throes ol death wishing to cairn the woman he covered the child s face and said: "Now the child to sweating; doubtless he wiU get well Go thou to thy neighbors and procure a vessel into which to pom the remedy that l win prepare Put go only to a house whose inmates have never lost one dear to them. •The woman did the Sheikhs ding. All day she went with a bitter heart from house to house and from village to village, bu: v ,-onlri not find a family that FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA GRINDING CO. Distributor! for Kleen Kut Mee Band Saw Machine* Knire* te Butcher. Htet Restaurant Servicing 1 Meat Chopoeri and Meal Band Sawi RENTING -SERVICING 201 S. W. Fourth Are. PHONE 3-5231 SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 3?4 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-MM A HAPPY NEW YEAR Flo>v For All Oecaaion* DILIVIRT Cut Flowers -Potted Plants Corsage*—Funeral Daaiona Weddinge—ParMae. 1910 S. W. 8th Stre* 2-5'S0 Pbonaa — 2-5384 Here is another example of the Sheikh's wisdom. The Bedouin fighters did not take kindly to the tin hat, and in fact flatly refused to wear it in battle "It's hot and uncomfortable" they would protest. Anywav we aren't used to it. We fight the way we have always fought, and as our fathers fought before us." They persisted in their refusal to wear tin hats, even after several of their number had received head wounds from shell splinters and bullets. One day they came to the Sheikh to complain about the commander-s insistence on this sore point. The Sheikhs replywas once again by way of a parable. "Listen, my sons. he said. •Two men once climbed a figtree to steal fruit. One of them removed his shoes and placed them at the foot of the tree. The other put his shoes in his bosom. and followed his companion into the tree. Said the first: 'Why takest thou thy those seeing that thou art anyway in the tree?' To which his fellow replied: %  And what shall we do if the owner of the fig-tree should suddenlv appear' We shall have to flee." and then I shall be bettei placed than thou. I shall run and have mv shoes with me: but thou she could not finrt a iamu> %  > nave mj .. • -%  -• had k own no loss. Everywhere must think only of the.runiung .-1— „K..,I the death ,^H ,-anst eive no heed to tn\ ghe heard tales about the d. I ,M deal ones At dusk she returned, without the vessel for the remedy. Then the Sheikh said to net Thou sees*,, woman, that thy sor.. w is not peculiar to thee. Every family has to bear the affilictions < s ted upon II by God. The Lord hath given, and the Lord hath inker away.' "Thou, too," said the Sheikh turning to the bereaved woman, 1 stand that Jewish soldiers fall in battle, and that the\ also have so: owi g mothers and sisters The evil chance • befall when it is impossible (I iftiyni*^" bodies of the dead straightway The Bedouin tt.Vhc was placatad bj this parable, anJ'"'*Z avf th( Jewish commander his faV.'J I hrinp back her son's body. and canst give no heed to thy shoes. A man should always be prepared.' You. too. my sons, should be prepared against every eventuality." Since then the tribesmen of Hib have always gone into battle wearing steel helmets. GREETINGS RUSS SE1FERTH PLUMBING. HEATING AND GAS PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 2145 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 82-2785 A MOST HAPPY NFVY YEAR lOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP B, the RaiKoori Tock" Paintinc -Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fende* Repairs 74 N. 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PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT j€*lstfhrt0> D. I I >IOl 1325 N. E. 125th Street PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR Phone 7-2144 TO ALL GREETINGS MOTOR TUNE-UP WHEEL ALIGNMENT COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTORS EMERSON TIRE COMPANY 600 N. E. First Avenue 27th Avenue and S. W. 8th Street Telephone 3-5308 Telephone 83-2583 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR •if GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR t 11 L. & L. BUILDERS 114 S. 1ST AVENUE Phone 48-5136 South Miami Childhood Holiday Memories By A. GREEN %  %  •'; N TE: Thr auth I I • • %  .-.:•: %  .1:1 a.-. %  I • • : A:.-: Bon S< El I '. wish he ha.. I u:i. ii % >f Ami n Jewteh -. %  %  • %  -.his arti%  %  hood I • say. w. I 1 chi Interest I :• .-.-.: older n len ike Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur were, of course, solemn days for the growr.-ups of the Jewish community of the small New England city where I was reared, just as they were and are for Jews everywhere. But for us children. 1 forty years ago were too young to comprehend their serious meaning, these days of awe signified enjoyment, thrills, "fun, M just : ; s other Jewish holidays did. Even a month before Rosh Hashonah started, at the commer.o nent of the month of Ellul. r.c to hear the blast :' th( Shofar early one morning ming from the Schul which was opposite our home. This would ntinue every week-day until the arrival of the New Year. :.'. ther would sing a wistful Yidiish song about the fear and sadness that grips every Jew with the arrival of the month of Ellul when he begins to think that soor. he must stand in judgment before his Maker, when ever "a fish in the water shudders." The blowing of the Shofar at early morning prayers seemed like a constant reminder to us that soon our short New England summer would be over ar.d with it the summer freedom that children enjoy so much. For a few days preceding Rosh Hashonah some of our more pious ish neighbors would get up wher. it was still dark to say the "Sli >th" prayers, already asking God for forgiveness of past year's sins. The "Shames," or sexton. of the Schul would knock on the windows of these people, calling on them to rise for "Slicoth." Though I myself missed that [thrill, since my father didn't go (Continued on Page 69) GREETINGS TO ALL MR. & MRS. CLYDE A. I nl Hso\ INGRAHAM BUILDING. MIAMI GREETINGS 11011 I:MAYS it KSTA 1 RAM N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST OF FOODS With Friendly Service Air Conditioned Popular Prices Ample Parking GREETINGS SPECIALISTS IN MODERNIZATION JOE iioiivs 1 I:I\ Incorporated HAL HORNSTEIN 714 N. E. FIRST AVL MIAMI. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-7596 GREETINGS 1 if SALES SERVICE BUCK PLUMBING, INC. 4150 N. W. 7th Avenue Ph. 7-5718 !1 1 • '•i fjaM^ { creeds <** \*+ a \ c r:, c me astene-edcotice ol to*"**A 10 P bU Se,V b e\ieves W sl bet .wo* THE MIAMI BEACH RAILWAY COMPANY



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 fJewisti F§oridfian7 PAGE FIFTY-FIVE I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF The Jewish Doctor: His Contribution To Progress Every medical college in the land has secretly set up a quota, which restricts and reduces the number of Jewish students. There is something truly ironic in this "Gentlemen's Agreed ment" of covert anti-Semitism. No people in the world have a higher right to the practice of medicine, a profession the Jew has kept alive in the darkest periods of recorded history. Nor does the story of the Jewish doctor begin with the 9th century. The creative achievements of Ehrlich, Freud, Warburg, Wasserman, Lombroso and Metchnikoff simply continue a remarkable chain that stretches across the centuries from the fall of Rome to modern times. His Rise The evolution of the Jewish doctor in the early days of the church was neither accidental nor due to uncanny talent. The world revolution that established the new order known as primitive Christianity decided to stress faith and ignore science. The experience accumulated for centuries in the ancient hospitals, the Aesculapions, by the pagan priests minstering to the sick was studied and classified in the medical section of the Serapion at Alexandria. Their knowledge was now discarded by the new power of monk and priest. With the help of club and firebrand, they preached that science was a pagan invention, full of error and heresy, similar to the nonsense about the earth being a round ball and revolving around the sun. Sickness, they explained, was the result of sin; and the true remedy lay only in prayer. If the repentance of the sufferer was GREETINGS TO ALL from BRODRIB FURNITURE CO. 4015 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone 7-9089 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXON COSTUME SHOP 724 N. 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Usually a rational scholar, he became a powerful factor in weakening the grip which apparitions, ghosts, wizards, sorcerers, demons, incubi and succubi.held over the public mind. Without the help of incantations or the touching of holy relics, the Jewish doctor was able to effect cures, which astonished the purveyors of the miraculous r-nd the supernatural. The monks and priests could not conceal their chagrin towards the Jewish doctor, whose professional efforts, whose very presence, helped to undermine public faith in the hocus pocus of the miracle and relic cure. No wonder Church Councils forbid Christians to receive treatment from Jewish physicians. But such restrictions were evidently imposed for the benefit of the rabble. The Princes of the Church and the Rulers of Europe utilized the science and skill of Jewish doctor even if his very touch would imperil the souls of devout but more simple Christians. His Meridian When the religion of Islam swept triumphantly across the Asiatic and North African continents, the Jewish physician rose to new heights of power and influence. He filled a need sorely felt among the semi-savage Bedouins, who suddenly found themselves world conquerors. Jewish scholars and physicians headed the medical colleges of Bagdad and Toledo. During the 9th and 10th centuries as Saracen influence reached into Europe, the Jewish physician was seen on the (Continued on Page 58) GREETINGS TO ALL L. C. MORRIS PAVING CONSTRUCTION 2581 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 78-0551 GREETINGS TO ALL WHITE HOUSE GROCERY 3596 N. W. 27th Ave.. Miami. Fla. Phone 2-0376 TO ALL GREETINGS Western Meat Co. WHOLESALE — RETAIL 2122 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami Ine. TO ALL GREETING WENDELL'S COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE 535 N.W. 54th St Miami GREETINGS NEW! AMAZING1 SILICONE Waterproofs—Polishes—Preserve* Everything Waxed Silicone for Buildings. Automobiles. 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rMDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948 +Jenisti fhoridHam PAGE ELEVEN Rabbi Bernstein Broadcasts At 10 Sunday on WQAM Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein of Temple B'rith Kodesh, Rochester, N y who has recently returned from fifteen months of service as advisor on Jewish affairs to the US Military Commanders in Europe, will be the guest speaker each Sunday morning at 10, EST, for the month of October on the American Broadcasting Comnanv's Jewish religious service, Message of Israel, on WQAM in Miami. Now in its 15th year of uninterrupted weekly broadcasting, the Message of Israel has achieved fame as the only program of its kind heard each week over any niajor network. It is conducted by the nationally and internationally distinguished Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of Central Synagogue, New York City. Pioneered by him in 1934 over a few stations located chiefly in the larger cities, the Message of Israel has grown until it is heard over more than 159 ABC stations, located in practically every important city and town in this country, and it now numbers its listeners in the hundreds of thousands. Rabbi Bernstein's topics on Message of Israel for the first four Sundays in October will be as follows: "How Much Is a Jew Worth?", "What Price Brotherhood," "Israel and the American Jew," and "The Price of Peace." The last Sunday will be devoted to the 75th annual meeting of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, which will take place in Chicago on that weekend. Army Considers Sentence Final WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The decision of the European Command to commute the life sentence of Use Koch to four years is considered final by the Army Department and cannot now be increased, Secretary of the Army Kenneth C. Royall said this week in a letter to Senator Raymond Baldwin of Connecticut. Frau Koch was convicted of charges of torturing prisoners at the Buchenwald death camp, being responsible for the death of many and of having some executed in order to obtain human skins for lampshades, book covers and other objects. Meanwhile, the possibility of a Congressional investigation of the commutation mounted here as the wave of Drotests against the easement of sentence by Gen. Clay grew in intensity. Sen. Homer Ferguson of Michigan, chairman of the Senate Investigations Sub-Committee, stated that there was a definite possibility of a Senatorial investigation if the Army does not provide a satisfactory explanation of the action. The Army this week released a message from Gen. Clay explaining the reasons for the commutation. The reason for the reduction of sentence—under which Frau Koch will be free in October, 1949—he said, was because "evidence of her participation" in the atrocities and murders committed at Buchenwald, which was once commanded by her late husband, did not warrant so severe a punishment. "There is no convincing evidence that she selected inmates for extermination in order to secure tattooed skin or that she possessed any articles made of human skin," Gen. Clay added. Secretary Marshall Extends Rosh Hashona Greetings To All Jewry WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Secretary of State George C. Marshall issued the following Rosh Hashonah greeting to the Jews of America through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency: "On the eve of the New Year I extend best wishes to all American citizens of the Jewish faith. "Last year, the hope was expressed that you would unitedly support the efforts of this country and other peace-loving nations and peoples to build a peaceful world. There is a greater need for this support today and I earnestly hope for your sincere cooperation." THREE WISHES FC 9 S YOOHG MR MIRACL A/l'P What would you give him -this small, vastly important person? Good health. A good education. A home that is secure. Wishing won't get these things. Money won't guarantee them. But lack of money can blast them all. No two ways about it—it's up to you to save money to protect this fellow's future. And what's the best kind of money to put by for a growing boy? The kind of money that grows too— United States Savings Bonds! Start rolling it up now — automatically — on your company's Payroll Savings Plan. And ten years from now you'll get back $4 for every $3 you invest this year! If you cannot join a Payroll Savings Plan, use the BondA-Month Plan—purchasing through your checking account at the bank. But whichever plan you use, the important thing is to get started now. You'll be surprised at how fast boys-and Savings Bonds — can growl s is Sm Sam 3 -US. S AVIWSBONDS



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j.t. FRIDA Y, OCTOBER 1, 1948 Radio's New Comedy Genius By LEON GUTTERMAN changed—nobody HOLLYWOOD — He's famous for making the great laugnmakers themselves laugh most, at Hollywood's funniest private parties. He's long been the entertainer's favorite performer, the comedian's funniest comic, the wit's sharpest wit! And for years, Abe Burrows has also been one of radio's great comedy-writers, heading up Duffy Tavern's stable of scriptwriters, and gagsters; writing his sharp-edge, sparkling comedy for Joan Davis, Dinah Shore and others. Last summer the Columbia Broadcasting System sat him down t> a coast-to-coast microphone, and proved something else about him ... in sound! For Abe is now revealing to millions what the great comedians like Cantor, Benny, Marx, Hope, Skelton and other have always known: that no one can get as many laughs pleasantly amazed. Bowing in on *- .— „ „„ T*..PDC i T..K. mm \. %• • *JmMFkrtm*ri PAGE TWENTY-ONE knows into what." Abe has great faith in the American public, and will argue both loud and long with anyone who professes to believe that the average American is no smarter than a reasonably bright twelveyear-old. In fact, his most devastating satire is directed at songs, travelogues and other entertainment forms which proceed on the assumption that the average citizen is not overly intelligent. Still, when he first performed for the general public in an audition aimed at determining whether or not his satires were too "smart" for popular tastes, Abe had his misgivings. His theories about public intelligence, as well 2S his act, were on trial. His success did not surprise Burrows, but the degree of it left him IHI Ul %  "• o-1 —= out of a Burrows songs as Burrows; no one can get the laughs out of his lines that he himself does. Listen to him any Saturday night on CBS and you'll hear what they mean. Without exception, the nation's critics have called it the best comedy-satire of our time, in any medium, anywhere. (See Look, Time, Saturday Evening Post, Newsweek, Variety or any of the others.) Many reasons have been advanced for the steadily increasing success of this satirist. Abe has what is known in the trade as a good press. He has beer called "the freshest personality to hit the airwaves in years." And that adjective has summed up generally the attitude of the scribes. Fresh, that is, in both its literal and elastic sense. Descriptions of his voice range all the way from "the croak of ;. bullfrog with a Brooklyn accent' to "the velvet foghorn." Novelist Sinclair Lewis says he sounds like "a bum who went to col lege." Abe's own words are, "I'm a former boy soprano whose voice CBS in July, 1947, he clicked so solidly that he started 1948 with an important sponsor. Dismissing raves that his show is now, fresh, Abe says: "It's the jldest formula in the world, a luy talking and saying what he thinks." It just happens that certain things look funny to him, jcrtain pompous thinks seem eminently in need of deflating— and Abe is just the guy to do the deflating. Cliches in the writing of popular music must have prompted Abe to divide songs into categories. Typical are such original tunes as "Father Wants To Start a Third Party—He's been Thrown Out of Iwo Tonight," a politicaltype song; "While We Were Riding Through The Cactus, I Got Stuck On You," a western-tvpe love song; "Take Some Honey from a Bee and You've Got We," a recipe type song. Other originals of his are, "Why Shouldn't You Look So Well-Fed, Darling You Ate Up A Hunk of My Heart';; "Oh How We Danced On The Night We Were Wed, I Needed A Wife Like A Hole In The Head;" "When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver, I Will Love You Just The Same As I Did Through All The Other Colors." Abe heckles a great variety of things, including himself, but he never satirizes anything "real," anything that comes from the hea-t. "I have a great respect for people." he says. "They have a capacity for anything. What irritates me is when the smart guys take something from the people and make it phony, make it false ana pretentious. Like those overly Continued on Page 28) A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL II A. Vivian REALTOR "Over 25 Years In Miami" 806 Pan American Bank Bldg. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Phone 2-2206 SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO. Manufacturers of DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE 2300 N. W. 27th Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL N. SIEGEL STAR PRODUCE RECEIVER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF FRUIT AND PRODUCE CARLOAD LOT ONLY Phone 3-5340 i A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 150 N. E. 13th St PHONE 3-8997 TO ALL ... 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i i •1 1' • ; PAGE FIFTY rJewlstincrMton FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1943 TONY & LILLIAN FRIEND MILTON & MOLLY HART of the BEACH FOOD CENTER EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DAVID B. BROOKS BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL PEABL-LOTE LIGHTING PRODUCTS Manufacturers of FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT The Brandeis University Phone 9-4891 915 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR WATERMAN STEAMSHIP CORP.. AGENTS Pan-Atlantic* Steamship CorpCoastwise Service To MIAMI From NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA and BALTIMORE (Continued from Page 42) of the United Jewish Appeal for Meyer Jaffe. president of the J end J. Corrugated Box Corp.. Fall River. Massachusetts, is chairman of the building committee and a hoard member Under his direction the building program is being rushed to completion on schedule, and at amazingly low cost. Ot.er merrbers of the board include: Abraham Shapiro. Bos ton, manufacturer and wideK known philanthropist: James J. Axelrod, president of the Aire da'e Worsted Mills, also residirg in Boston: Norman S. Rabb, vi-e president of Stop and Shop. In •.. Boston: and Joseph F. Ford, president of the Ford Manufacturing •.-any. Boston. All of the foroog men are members of the board of trustees of the Brandeis Foundation. Inc.. as welL In addition. Dudley Kimba of Belmont. Massachusetts, and Dr. Paul Klapper. president emritus of Queens College. New York, r c -embers of the University board of trustees. Plans are under way to expand the University Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Year SARAH SHOCHET board by the election of leaders in the field of business, education and finance. Thus the board will become national in character. Enthusiastic cooperation 01 leading Jewish builders, architects, engineers, contractors and material supply men in the New England area guarantee that the building program will be concluded on schedule. Professionals donated their time, sometimes •o the detriment of their practice, and materials men slashed their orices and stepped up deliveries A furniture committee, including prominent manufacturers and dealers, are equipping the buildings at a price that would have been considered low back in 1932. Altogether, a program that would have ordinarily cost a milion dollars will not even apo-oach half that Supporters of the University and of the Foundation have pledged over a million dollars for the initial stage of financing. Preliminary estimates indicate that the school will need approximately five million dollars in the next four years in order to provide facilities for an eventual enrollment of approximately 1000 students in an institution of high academic quality. Following the first academic generation, plans will be made for the adi. 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Berkowitz, associate professor of History and Political Science, was trained at Harvard, where he also taught, specializing in English History and Political Theory. He also did administrative and research work while at Harvard. He was associate professor and chairman in the department of Social Sciences at Emerson College. Later he helped pioneer a State University for New York. He combines academic and administrative experience of the highest order. Milton Hindus is to be the assistant professor of English. He has taught at Hunter College, at the New School for Social Research, and for the past two years has been assistance professor of English at the University of Chicago and was in charge, while there, of the University's Extension service. Dr. Lois Rossignol will be assistant professor of Speech. At Queens College she was in charge of the Speech Clinic and has had considerable experience in the field of speech correction. Much of her work at Brandeis in the coming academic year will be on an individual basis. Stuart Mayper will be instructor in Chemistry. He received his training at the City College in New York and Ohio State University. At one time he served as a research chemist for the Interchemical Corporation and for the Phelps Dodge Corporation. Dr. Aron Gurwitsch will be assistant professor of Mathematics. His is a distinguished background (Continued on Next Page) DELICIOUS SAUSAGE. PICKLED. COOKED and SMOKED MEATS Your best insuranc in hat our products are manufactured under the Assembly of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada and the United States Department oi Agriculture. BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I MR. and MRS. .1 os. A. Herman AND DAUGHTERS Carol Edda AND Hale Zita DIXIE CURB MARKET Quality Groceries and Meats R. E. and M. J. MAIN, Owners 6212 N. E. Second Ave. MIAMI 38. FLA. PHONE 7-0881 GREETINGS Lynn Sundries HARRY AND LARRY 776 West Flgaler St. Always M,ook tor Government inspection Xo. 1 Attention Storekeepers — Jobbers If you desire Kosher Zion Products for your customers write direct to our Chicago office and these orders will have our immediate attention, and be shipped from our Chicago plant. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. 37th ST. and NORMAL AVE. CHICAGO, ILL. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI AUTO PARTS 630 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-5050 GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR yj PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IS OUR WISH FOR ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR FRITZ PAINTING CO. PAINTING DECORATING LICENSED INSURED 3020 N.W. 7th Avenue FRITY RUHR, Owner Phone 9-2200 yj 'S 155 IFlAOllt JT... DO PONT tH^ 822 UNCOIN RD., MB. y> GREETINGS y* DADE COUNTY DAIRIES Phone 7-1977 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Metal Windows GARAGE DOORS RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Service and Repairs on All MakM DROLET WINDOWS 4 DOORS 545 N.W. 541h St. 78-2M* rJ ^^>*"*^*few^ft^in^***hwi4''*aCs--*:



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PpmflY ^OCTOBER 1. 1948 5 t^UnfhrHiin The Brandeis University (Continued from Preceding Page) in European universities Includ g Berlin. Frankfurt and Goetineen. He also taught at the c'orbonne from 1933 to 1940 and Then joined the faculty of JoHhs Hopkins University. He taught ai Harvard until 1946, and during the oast year he bas been on the faculty of Wheaton College. n r Oborne Earle will be astist ant professor of English. Trained at Harvard, he has bee on the faculty of Wheaton Col i eC e for the past ton years. Dr. Joseph I. Cheskis will be lecturer in Romance Language* and Literature. His undergraduate work was done in Europe and especially in the University of Paris. His doctorate was received at Harvard. He has occupied academic posts at the University of Iowa, the University of Arkansas, and the University of Michigan. William Leibowitz will be assistant librarian. He studied a< New York University and aslo at Harvard University and obtained a law degree from Columbia. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and served as president of the Middlesex University until 1943. Dr. Sachar hopes for a ratio of no more than 12 students for each faculty member, almost c "tutorial" system—to get away from the drawbacks inherent in the "anonymity" of big institutions. Brandeis will offer its faculty good salaries, freedom to pursue their work unhampered by administrative chores, and contact with young people selected only for their abilties and promise. Dr. Sachar adds that adjustments will be made in the Brandeis program as often as necessary. "We feel free to improvise." Brandeis will be an academic community where study will be directed to be sure that the students have learned fundamental disciplines. Speaking at a dinner in his PAGE FIFTY-ONE SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY RABBI and MRS. MARIUS RANSON TEMPLE EMANU-EL FORT LAUDERDALE RABBI and MRS. MAX KAUFMAN Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to the members of The Jewish Community Center Hollywood, Florida and to All Jewry GREETINGS! Ollie Page Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service—"With a Smile" 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365 GREETINGS TO ALL ROW'S GRILL 2741 W. FLAGLER ST. BARBECUES — LUNCHEONS — DINNERS "The Best For Lew" SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Royal Reauty Supply Co. ALBERT J. HTflSCH. President 119 N.E. Sixth Street Dr. Abram L. Sachar challenge laid down by Justice Owen J. Roberts, Dr. Sachar told tie guest and a nation-wide radio (Continued on Page 54) NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT Accountants and Auditors Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-6393 GR E E T I N G S $ MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL RAVITZ AND CHILDREN MR. AND MRS. ROBERT KAPLAN AND DAUGHTER FREDA ALICE Extend New Year Greetings to the Jewish Community in •if W. S. GRAHAM T. A. HAMILTON Phone 9-3045 Riverside Hardware & Paints N. W. 27th Ave. at 20th St. Miami 37. Fla. TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE REEF RAIT AND TACKLE SHOP "Where Fishermen Meet" LIVE BAIT, BEER AND WTNE FISHING TACKLE 760 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-9232 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ERNEST PATE'S SERVICE STATION "BE SURE WITH PURE" Washing Polishing Greasing Auto Repairs 3894 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-0417 GREETINGS LUMBER — PAINT — BUILDING MATERIALS "Try Us For Service" Peninsular Service Co., Inc. North Miami Ave. at 22nd St. Phone 82-1571 BEST WISHES L. Raymond O'Steen and Associate VANCE LEE 1600 N. W. 36th Street Miami, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS MARCUM BLDG. CO. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION Phone 78-3628 6912 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR •if SHARP Rofrigoration Service W2 N. W. 15th St. Rd. Phone 9-3627 Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner AND FAMILY ..WISH THEIR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES.. A Very Happy New Year THE ROSNERS WILL AGAIN OPERATE THE GREETINGS TO ALL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR *• TALLES c!£?A, F0UNTAIN AND CARBONATORS REPAIRED 1( *1 N. W. 16th Stre*! Phone 9-5561 THE COMING YEAR Dietary Laws Stricily Observed 1144 OCEAN DRTVE, MIAMI BEACH 1 '" Opening Late November Construction Products Corp. HI IIJII \4. .MATERIALS STEEL WINDOWS STEEL BULKS ALUMINUM WINDOWS Millwork Nails • Steel Specialties 3501 N. MIAMI AVE. $ %  ^



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'AGE FORTY-FOUR +Jeislincridlian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Hardeman-Wooten Agency—Insurance J. V. Hardeman and Harry D. Woolen 223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667 SEASONS GREETINGS i '* '. i A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI Plant— 1150 N.W. Seventy-Third Street DRI-CAS CORPORATION 1829 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-8602 LOBEL'S MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue 5-1174 FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS GROCERIES Delivery Service 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 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Miami Beaeli Checker Cabs, Ine. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 EGNER & MULCAHY Tailors IOIIII AIMARCADE WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS llouser Company. Inc Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida ltoncl and Mortgage Co. Houser Realtv Co.. Inc. Real Estate -:FIRST NATIONAL BANK Property Management PHONE 3-2648 A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR I HA Mi O. PRLITT, Ine. —INSURANCE— 502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4036 %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MARKS BROTHERS DEMOLITION—EXCAVATING "Anywhere in the State" Equipment For Rent 100 Veteran Owned and Operated Night Phone 4-6347 jf 1601 Alton Road Phone 58-1496 The Year In Washington (Continued from Page 33) erv Program, said the U.S. coiilc" effectively help the Palestine situation bv withholding American dollars from Great Britain unti' Britain stopped sending arms to the Arab states. On March 10. U.S. chief delegate to the UN Warren Austin told the Security Council that the U.S. had no intention of backing down on its support of partition. But. he said, partition must be implemented by peaceful means. If the Security Council decided that the situation in the Holy Land constituted a threat to world peace. Austin said, the UN should then take military steps or im-ose economic and other sanctions. The halls of Congress reverberated with charges that the Administration was forsaking the Jews for the pro-Arab stand of -ertain State Department circle. The U.S. government, "under clouds of legal sophistry, has confirmed the fears of many of u< that the State Department lacks the will to have 6ur government do its part to make the Palestine settlement work." Senator Wayne Morse told the Senate. One grim day late in March worst fears were realized when the U.S. proposed that an interim United Nations trusteeship be established in Palestine. The statement, in effect, virtually scuttled the partition plan. The Palestine implementation commission should suspend operations at once. U.S. delegate Austin said, because the partition plan was an integral whole and could not be implemented piecemeal. The U.S. called for a special session of the General Assembly to work out the details of the trusteeship in time for the termination of the Mandate on May 15 Secretary of State Marshall, in Los Angeles for a speaking engagement, attempted to explain the switch in U.S. policy. It had been decided upon because of the need to maintain peace in Palestine, particularly after British surrenders the Mandate on May 15. he said. "No successor government will be in a position on that date to maintain law and order," he said "A truce is essential, A military truce cannot be achieved under existing circumstances without a parallel truce in the political field. A political truce, however. would bring us up to May 15 without elementary arrangements for keeping order in that situation." In the two days following the proposal of the trusteeship plan more than a score of Congressional leaders of both houses and of •oth parties bitterly attacked the Administration for what New York Republican Senator Irving M Ives described as "this wholly, catch as catch can, will o the-wish policy." On March 25 President Truman faced one of the largest press conferences in many months. Reporters were determined to get to the bottom of what had caused the U.S. switch. The President, reading a prepared statement, explained to them that the trusteeship had been ordered to avoid bloodshed which might lead to war and involve the United States. He said he was instructing U.S. delegate Warren Austin to call for a truce in the Holy Land. Without the trusteeship and the truce, he said, open warfare is just over the horizon. Both he and Secretary Marshall, who spoke at a press conf erence an hour later, emphasized that trusteeship was not a substitute for partition. Congressional reaction was bitter. Senators Taft. Brewster and. Murray and Rep. Emanuel Celler attacked the "confusion" of the Administration and warned that trusteeship would be harder to enforce than partition. On March 30 the United States formally requested the Security (Continued on Page 45) TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR V. J. HOECHERL COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Avenue Phon 3-0MI GREETINGS CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery 5050 S. W. 74th AVE. PHONE 48-6027 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR EUGENE I. WEISS AND FAMILY 1650 S. W. 21st STREET SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Miami Beach. Fla. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ST. MORITZ HOTEL 15B5 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI REACH FIRST NATIONAL RANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WHITMORE ELECTRIC CO. 806 LANGFORD BLDG. PHONE 82-5744 MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS m J. MILONE PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735 SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BERTMAN Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH -*xy MM ^ % %  1



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1 ; %  : i ;'•>. > i n : : PAGE SIXTY +Jelstfhrkttan FRIDAY, OCTOBER l. 1948 Home In Israel DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FLOOR FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI SANDING ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC 2131 N. W. 51st St Phone 7.3544 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida Phone 9-1781 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SCHIFF'S MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 BILL WRIGLEY OF THE WRIGLEY I \ GH A% IX. COMPANY Two of Israel's youngest newcomers surrey their new surroundings. They are among the 50,000 homeless Jews who entered the new Jewish State since the first of the year, through the aid of the United Jewish Appeal. American Jewry must continue to be responsible for scenes like this in the ports of Haifa and Tel Aviv, where many more thousands of displaced European Jews will arrive to begin a new life free of hate and homelessness. Dr. and Mrs. CHARLES BECKWITT and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL—GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE J. BARBASH & SONS, Inc. 281 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-8994 — 82-9351 TO ALL GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER NORTH SHORE LODGE OF MIAMI BEACH B'NAI B'RITH EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY 1|J WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. Ill I.\s & SON JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street phone 3-6154 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DICKERMAN PAINTING CO. EST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS Merchandise Food Factors 55 N. E. 24th Street I. W.—AL—LEON GREEN IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL 1795 S. W. 6th St. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 9-3308 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FRIDEN CALCULATORS 2500 Biscayne Blvd. Continuous Courteous Service M. L. BAKER, Manager Phone 9-6429 TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS MAX PAUL of the W. M. CREAGH. LTD. 424 Lincoln Road Miami Beach GREETINGS Flowers Telegraphed Cut Flowerf LANSILL'S FLOWERS A. V. STOLL, Proprietor FLORAL DESIGNS — WEDDING BOUQUETS 2937 BUcayne Blvd. Phone 2-9195 Miami 37, Ha. y? MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pinetree Drive MIAMI BEACH Jk*vf it yAutt to t*. -In ^ypluuHt/ mm^^m


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OCTOBER 1, 1948 +Jelstinoric§fon PAGE NINE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. l lKiJ Sr will witness a J!, fight in Washington for £ be Ration of existing imJJo-ation laws ... Jewish organEns have not as yet gaven r hope of having Congress I „nH its DP immigration law I'S obcks entrance to the h,,oA States for most of the disKjews-.-TheNewYear ISalso witness a stronger Israel kite the efforts on the part of KSSl of the Jewish state prevent its dcvelopmnt Resorts reaching Zionist leaders this country from Paris illfate that the recommendations j the late U.N. mediator to Mticallv revise the present bor0 f Israel may be softened „..ng the present session of the Jlf General Assembly ... In e United States the new Jewish M r will witness a marked inrrease in Jewish education activii in which various groups will tompete in order to gain influnceover American Jewish youth .Zionist activities in the United will be intensified soon fteMhe new year starts ... At .went, the American branch of L World Zionist Executive is Considering leasing or even buyCg a building in New York which tould become the headquarters { the Jewish Agency for the en_j American continent The |uilding is to house four of the ujor departments of the World (ionist Executive—the organizaI department, the economics partment, the public relations lartment and the department of i education U.N. NOTES: Total death insurance of about $120,000 will be paid to the widow of Count Folke Bernadotte ... A certain State Department official named McLintock seems to play a very important role with regard to Palestine behind the scenes of the U.S. delegation at the United Nations The American Jewish Committee and the American Jewish Conference have sent special observers to the U.N. session in Paris These observers are considered as members of a consultative body established by the State Department for U.N. affairs ... An international legal authority considering what law the assassins of Count Bernadotte can be arrested and tried under told newspaper correspondents that the issue would seem to rest on a decision regarding the as yet undetermined status of Jerusalem The authority recalled the facts of the trial being held at present in Jerusalem of two British subjects charged with passing information to the Arabs "The legality of this trial," he said, "has been contested by the British government" The British argued that it was not within the competence of any Jewish authority to carry out an arrest in Jerusalem as long as the status of the city remains unde|trictly Kosher Dairy, Sandriches, Sealtest Fountain Service, i Fruit and Vegetable Juices xacted. Closed Friday nights and Saturdays. MAYFIELD'S 1461 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach H & H Batteries 1261 N. W. 29th Street HAROLD COHEN and HAROLD VAN-DAM NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS FRIEDMAN'S Happy New Year ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP Ethel Rothlein 236 N. MIAMI AVE. .JS^* !" ,!' %  ***. MIC^J 4 BIG PWtTIOMS READY TO SEtVE HOT 0* COID Theory you remember it! Traditionally tasteful, kitchen-made from an Old World recipe. Mother's clear broth comes to a delicious jell after a few hours in the refrigerator. Get your jars today to inexpensive! j Certainly its Kosher and Parere. At your \ grocer's now. FtoM THI vetUM tnamu o* MOTMH'S FOOD rtOHKTI. IMC. MtWAK. H*j m-muni ~" "—""*• %  "* *>*' TEMPLE ISAIAH IMS r THE REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION Collins Avenue Miami Beach ,0rm [ ewi8h Services will be held for the High Holy Day* 01 • Tempi, with Rabbi David Raab officiating. Ev Rosh Hashonah. Sunday, Oct. 3, 8:15 p.m. Tickets osh Hashonah. Monday, Oct. 4. 10:00 cum. may be obtained all day Sunday at the Temple PHONE 6-6733 or 6-5103 termined "Presumably," the authority concluded, "Israel wishes to track down and arrest the assassins and to bring them to justice before their own courts" ... It is obvious that this is exactly what Israel wishes • • • COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is now conducting a population study for the American Jewish Committee Provisional results of this survey reveal that the Jewish population in the United States today is closer to 4,500,000 than the 5,000,000 figure often mentioned ... The study also establishes that 75 percent of the entire Jewish population in the United States resides in 13 of America's largest cities These are: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and San Francisco The survey, which is polling virtually every STEWART EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Rm. 218 3-1254 — 9-9472 WHITE HELP For Fine Homes MEDICAL ASSISTANTS PRACTICAL NURSES HIGH TYPE DOMESTICS DRINK PLENTY OF 7/Tripure W Wafer DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-CALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plu. Pottle Deposit i PHONE 7.-4128 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICAN HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE Suite 415 Seybold Bldg. Phone 3-1371 EUNICE DENNISON, Owner TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYALTON Cocktail Lounge 131 S. E. First Street Al & Johnny Nettlow 'Where Old Friends Meet" AIR CONDITIONED MODERATE PRICES important center of Jewish population in the United States, seeks to provide data on about 1,500 communities The most interesting revelation is the fact that G6 communities, covering about sixty-five percent of the total Jewish population in this country, have themselves conducted special population studies during the last decade More than fifty other communities, comprising eleven percent of American Jewry, have made attempts to estimate their population size by means of correlating contributors lists, membership lists and synagogue lists The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has new assigned a staff which analyzes these studies under the direction of Harry L. Lurie, its executive director The Council hopes that the best methods of estimating the JewRUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD ish population will be developed and that the degree of dispersion of that population will be more sharply defined. AUGUST STUDIO Just Arrived from New York with a Large variety of Fabrics 1230 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-1024 OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suite 502 — Phone 5-5419 FOR BETTER x FUR STORAGE LET PINTO Care for your precious furs and woolens in their modern certified Cold Storage Vaults .Phone For Bonded Messenger 5-7066 or 78-4736 Complete Fur Service 1442-EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH Storage .Vaults t 1141 U. W. 34tK St.. Miami • • OfEtf YIAR AROUND SAM ELGISON, Owner Wishes to announce to the Public the Reopening S & H Live Poultry Market FINEST LIVE POULTRY—KOSHER KILLED Our Shoched is under the Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Member of the Kosher Butchers Guild GOOD SERVICE—FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Call 5-4402 320 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach A Happy New Year To Aii! It Is Time For Your FALL & WINTER VACATION AT THE CARLSBAD OF FLORIDA Famous Santo Mineral Springs The ideal spot for that much needed rest. A luxurious hotel and surroundings, swimming in beautiful all-tile mineral—water pool. Twenty acres of landscaped grounds on Bayfront. Fishing, Rowing and other recreations. "Santo Springs Mineral Baths" For physical disorders—Massage steam rooms—Osteopathic treatments.—Scientific corrective exercise—compatible diets for reducing and health building. Expert dietitians. All this and more AT THE SAFETY HARBOR SPA SAFETY HARBOR, FLA.—CITY OF HEALING WATERS Salem H. Baranoff, Director Telephone Clearwater—2594 Between Tampa anH r p ^ersb^rg Pre-sea^cr Now • I J



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-%  • %  %  • %  "' '• ~ *x —MM 1948 vJewisti fhridUan PAGE THIRTY-FIVE HAPPY NEW YEAR FRAME REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE, INC. ** 175 Aviation Building 3240 N. W. Twenty-Seventh Avenue HERBERT FRAME, President pH0NE 3-1746 MIAMI. FLORIDA [,*. %  A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Miami Lincoln Mercury Co. SALES 2-0991 222 S.E. 2nd AVENUE SERVICE 2-6356 MIAMI A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL cPFCIALIZING IN STAINLESS FOUNTAIN, BAR, HOTEL. wm KITCHEN EQUIPMENT and DAIRY WORK PIONEER SHEET METAL, and ROOFING WORKS, Inc. IN MIAMI SINCE 1910 PHONES 2-5522—9-6173 2817 N. Miami Avenue Miami 37, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Angels Package Store & Bar DAVE — HARRY — HERB 30 N. E. 14th STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA Telephone 9-3110 It is with pleasure that we extend A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAROLD M. WILSON 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. y* Best Wishes To All On Your Holidays iy "If It's Steel—We Can Put It Up" Florida Erecting Co. 6246 S.W. 12th St. Phone 4-9871 MIAMI The NEW Jewish Generation In Europe (Continued from Page 34) Jewish children in Sofia, Bulgaria, was completely outfitted by JDC. The health of Europe's new Jewish generation has first priority in JDC's vast overseas operation. In DP camps, thousand.* of youngsters are receiving, many for the first time, thorough medical examinations. Vaccinations against disease are administered. The newest and most effective drugs are being provided in ever'ncreasing quantities to fight outbreaks of serious illness. Through hese and other measures Jewish %  oungsters are being insured that, Respite the frightful handicap of year will thrive. Layettes, includ'ire to disease, and lack of medical attention, they will develop into robust, able citiznns of tomorrow. Special care too is being taker o make sure that the 8,000 Jewish infants born of DP mothers in the U.S. zone of Germany last year will trive. Layettes, including 40,000 distributed through the IDC's SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection, now clothe tots, who a few short years igo would have been wrapped in burlap and newspapers to proect them from the harsh European winter. Milk, baby foods, ind the finest in pre-natal care lave resulted in an extremely 'ow infant mortality rate. JDC aid is thus helping to build a italwart new generation—a livng monument which effectively efutes Hitler's vow to destroy he Jewish people. Also being extensively utilized *o improve and maintain the nealth of Jewish youngsters are IDC's 825 medical institutions ncluding 79 hospitals with over 7 .000 beds, 155 dispensaries, and \Q sanatoria and convalescent lomes. Malnutrition, one of the mos 1 lamaging blows delt displaced lewish children, is being com)atted by the JDC through its lutritional centers, three of vhich, in Bad Nauheim, Struth md Esslingen in the U.S. zone ol jermany, have already cared for !,000 children. Here undernourshed youngsters from nearly DP •amps receive 3,000 calories a iay, as well as large amounts ol such important health-building oods as green vegetables, milk md eggs. In a brief four-week oeriod at the Esslingen center, 'or example, 1,000 children gained an average of eight pounds each. During the past year, too, 20,)00 children in almost a dozen %  ountries went to JDC-operated summer .camps. At these havens >f sun and fresh air and recrea-1 'ional facilities, the bloom and .parkle of youth again appeared m the wan faces of boys and girls who never before knew what va:ations and real childhood meant. Side by side with programs to •uild the health of Europe's Jewsh children are JDC's educationil and cultural activities. As the Vew Year approaches, JDC class•ooms across the continent are illed. In a completely rebuilt juilding overlooking Paris, 130 ooys and girls, the cream of routhful Jewish scholarship, study from traditional Hebrew texts at the Ecole Maimonides, a (Continued on Page 39) TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SEE CREAGER PIANO CO. FOR NEW PIANOS — IVERS & POND JANSSEN POOLE SPINETS GRANDS CONSOLES Tuning—Specialists in Repairing. Rebuilding, Rehnishing 2264 Coral Way Phone 48-1306 GREETINGS BALLARD & BALLARD CO. %  i Millers of OBELISK FLOUR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL li! MM IN WIIMili; 622 15th STREET MIAMI BEACH yi GREETINGS SOLAR VENETIAN IILI MIS. INC. Manufacturers of CUSTOMBILT VENETIAN BLINDS & CORNICES ALUMINUM AND WOOD REFINISHING 3639 N. W. 47th STREET PHONE 88-1016 DAVID GORDON, Prop. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL yi SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC. "MIAMI'S FOREMOST 136 N. E. First Street APPLIANCE STORE" Phone 9-2493 SEASON'S GREETINGS LOUIS • • • WHERE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE IS GIVEN Your Hairdresser Beauty SALON 1735 CORAL WAY SPECIALIZING IN ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE PHONE 48-4328 GREETINGS Experience Counts We do well what we do often. Since 1911 this company has been building docks—both wood and concrete, we have installed miles of sea wall of all types, beaches have been built with the groynes we have driven in the ocean, and many of the area's, hotels and hundreds of homes rest on Bunnell Piling. DOCKS SEA WALLS (all types) FOUNDATION PILING GROYNES HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTAL PHONE 3-6474 Geo. EBunnell, Inc. Established 1911 15151 W. DDCIE HIGHWAY :



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PAGE FIFTY-FOUR *>n/s#? tkrtdUan _FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948 GREETINGS IEICOIRT GENTLEMEN'S SHOES Miami Beach i New York City 557 Lincoln Road. Lincoln Theatre Building GREETINGS AIR CONDITIONED PHONE 88-9234 • BAHAMA Hiekory Patio & Cocktail Lounge PACKAGE GOODS 3890 N. W. 36th Street Miami. Fla. i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL i MILTON WEISS • : : 1 :! ;j 1 1 '1 % • 1 • I : i • > !i. %  : • 1 • 1 • % % %  %  • • : • !. • %  • • 11 • ,-•. < lit' %  %  %  i •• ;• %  I i i<* TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT BROUSSARDS OF NEW ORLEANS OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC AT 10390 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 6-1117 CLOSED MONDAYS We take this opportunity to express our fondest desire that the year 5709 be filled with "Brocho— Blessings" of Peace, Health Happiness and Prosperity For All Israel Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg AND FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman OWNERS and OPERATORS THE TIDES HOTEL MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed The Brandeis University (Continued from Page 51) honor recently, in response to the audience: •Justice Roberts emphasizes as the second moral imperative which dominated the life of Louis Dembitz Brandeis, his devotion to service. "Throughout his lifesay Justice Roberts. "Brandeis was conscious that he owed it to his iellowmen. both by example ai d by precept, to promote better living and to improve the habit of unselfish cooperation among the groups which compose the comunity.' His view was that w'-en one had heeded the first imperative of thoroughness and integrity of intellectual effort and developed his talents to the limit, the fruits of that achievement should be devoted to the welfare of one's fellows. •Here, too, I believe that our fledgling University may pledge itself without qualification. The thoroughness and the conscientiousness of scholarship will guarantee academic integrity. But fact will not be divorced from value. The skills for making a living will not be separated from the disciplines for making a life. There is too much opportunism in modern life, too much cynicism, too much striving for success alone. No university is worth its salt which does not concern itself with the uses to which fact and data and scientific skill are put. "I cannot help commenting on another historic coincidence which stimulates many hopes and which has been alluded to on many occasions. We are launching our University in the same period that the State of Israel begins its independent existence. Justice Brandeis was deeply devoted to the cause of a homeland for the Jewish people in Palestine and his leadership in this cause gave strength to his fellow workers in America. His preeminence in so many areas of American life made him an inevitable example of the American spirit. It is appropriate that his name be given to an American educational institution of quality which begins its life almost in the same moment that the State of Israel resurrects and fulfills an ancient dream." GREETINGS SADYE NATHAN FAMED TINT AND COIFFURE ARTISTS BEAUTY SALON 1638 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 58-4388 GREETINGS LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Only PIPES — VALVES — FITTINGS — FIXTURES PLUMBING SPECIALTIES and WATER PUMPS 3430 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-3307 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR E. LCOTTON FOR SOUTH MIAMI REAL ESTATE 101 SO. STATE HIGHWAY PHONE 4-1253 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR i l Miami Beach Awning Co. Bert J. Reilly. Owner—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 A HAPPY NEW YEAR i 1 BISCAYNE HOSPITAL 6339 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 7-7617 JWB "Firsts" Briefs appearing through the pages of the Jewish New Year edition emanated from the National Jewish Welfare Board under the title "Jewish Center "Firsts'." The items describe little knouta historical [facts about the beginnings of the YMHA's, progenitors of the Jewish Centers. SEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street __ TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MORT PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING SERVICE CONTRACTS — SALES 1389 N. W. 54th Street Phone 89-3441 MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S BALL and 111 AI* BAR — RESTUARANT AND PACKAGE STORE Reasonable Prices OPEN UNTIL 5 A. M. Fred Parquette at the Piano 1513 S. W. 8th St. (Opposite Tower Theater) SEASON'S GREETINGS DAISEY & COMPANY BEAUTY SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT Zotos Lustron Naylon Realistic Eugene Modecraft Breck Koken Halliwell Paxker-Herbex Marinello Monique Nestle Foreber Amber Thermique Bonat Miami's Complete Supply House COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF DYES. TINTS AND NATIONALLY KNOWN SUPPLIES Telephones 2-4345 & 82.3805 21 S.W. 2nd AVE. Daily Delivery Service We Specialize in Designing and Installing Your Salon I UJ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR JERSEY ICE CREAM JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 67 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 y



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PAGE SIXTY-TWO Imlstinorkflnr FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 i 948 i A Pica For Bikkur Cholim (Continued from Page 59) with bedside prayers they buoy up the hopes of the suffering. Besides bringing cheer and comfort to patients and family alike, the chaplains also act as liaisons with social service and hospital administrations. On their regular rounds of the hospitals chaplains distribute prayer books, books of popular Jewish interest, magazines and pamphlet literature to patients and hospital personnel. Among the New York Board of Rabbi.= publications distributed are prayers cards for bedside use and pamphlets descriptive of each holiday. Many a hospital library has been stocked with books of Jewish interest through the efforts of the Board. Chaplains also arrange* for the ushering in of Rosh Hashor.ah with solemn High Holiday services, supply patients with esrogim and lulovim or. Succos. kindle the menorah on Chanukah. preside at the sedorim on Pesach and, in every other way, make each holiday a memorable occasion in the lives of those temporarily or permanently domiciled ir. hospitals. Of the rr.r.y letter from expatients that reach the office of the Board, the following is typical: "While I was in bed at the H ospital recuperating from an accident which nearly snuffed out my life, I was deeply gratified and humbly grateful to receive a visit from Rabbi — who came to my bedside and wished me a speedy recovery. "In order to convey to him and men like him in the same field of endeavor my heartfelt appreciation. I address this letter to your attention. The chaplains do good work, and it is most encouraging to see this in the troubled times of today. Although I am not strictly orthodox or very I religious. I am so to some extent and proud of the fact that a •. ahbi paid me a visit. It certainly built up my morale and gave me added strength. God give these people many more years to carry on such noble work." So imoptratnt is Bikkur Cholim in Jewish life that the rabbis regard it as one of those meritorious deeds, "the fruits of which a man enjoys in this world while the principal remains for him in the world to come." The larger the city the more likely is a hospital patient to be neglected. However, there is no community too small and no individual too important to overlook the plight of the hospitalibed. Let not our fever prayers of the most solemn days of the year go unheeded: "When our strength faileth, forsake us not." President Truman's New Year Message WASHINGTON (WNS — The following is the text of President Truman's Rosh Hashonah message to the Jews of America: "I extend cordial greetings to all my fellow Americans of the Jewish faith on this anniversary of the commencement of the New Year. "I am confident that you will vigorously play your part in solving the many problems which confront us. Let us pray that our continued efforts to establish a peaceful world will meet with an increasing measure of success." MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL GROSSE POINTE POULTRY & FISH MARKET 727 N. W. 27th Ayenue "The Best The Market Affords A* Reasonable Prices" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KIIGEWATER HOSPITAL 162 N. E. 49th STREET First move toward creating a national organization of American Jews came from the New York YMHA when its 1875 annual meeting proposed to appoint a committee to consider the feasibility of organizing a Central Board of American Jews "to take cognizance of any and all matters affecting the welfare of our coreligionists." First permanent national organization of Jewish Community Centers and YMHAs was National Council of YMHAs and Kindred Associations, formed in 1913. TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS First essay contests in Jewish history and literature were conducted in 1876 and 1877 by the New York and Philadelphia YMHAs. Emma Lazarus was among the early prize-winners. First synagogue in Mount Vernon, Ir.d., was erected with the help of a fund of S2.500 raised in 1880 by the Mount Vernon YMHA. PIONEER WOMEN No. 1 PIONEER WOMEN No. 2 KADIMA AND GOLDA MEYERSON CHAPTERS Extend best wishes to its Members, Friends and World Jewry for a Happy and Prosperous New Year Mitchell D. Price, Zaring & Florence TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HOIIS ALTO BODY SHOP YOU BEND THEM — WE UNBEND THEM Specializing in Auto Painting 2250 S. W. 32nd Avenue PHONE 48-5924 GABLES PLASTERING CO. EVERYTHING IN PLASTERING PHONE 78-6417 If No Answer—Dial 48-0929 4931 N. W. 11th AVENUE Phone 4-2041 Auto Painting IN LOVING MEMORY of their dear departed husband and father LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN called to his eternal rest October 1, 1938 MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN AND SONS PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE Corner Grand Ave. & Douglas Road Miami, Florida GREETINGS DH 14.II l II. PARSONS DRAPERIES SLIPCOVERS UPHOLSTERING Custom Work At Reasonable Prices 2229 Coral Way Phone 48-1021 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mill II I II C. IIOIMPI S 127 N. E. 1st Avenue CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N. E. 1st AVENUE 2644 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 3-5308 PHONE 83-2583 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK .11 s I ill THE SURFSIDE REALTOR 9513 Harding Avenue PHONE 6-1466 HAPPY NEW YEAR JACK & MACK'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 'TORD SPECIALISTS" Repairs — Painting — Body Work Phone 7-3114 MACK WARREN 108 N. E. 39th St. JACK CHITTUM A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLLER SKATE At the Air Cooled Venetian Roller Skating Rink "One of Miami's Finest Skating Floors'* Bob West at the Hammond Organ Evening Sessions 7:30 to 11 Sunday 2 to 5 P.M. PHONE 48-4766 2790 S. W. 27th Ave. At the Dixie Highway Greetings From MODERN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTORS Specializers in Repairs 4110 N. W. 29th Street Phone 88-4628 HAPPY NEW YEAR HAXLOX ll l Mm \ < CO. 729 S. W. 12th Avenue PHONE 3-1611 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN MANOS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO 1100 N. W. 22nd STREET MIAMI HAPPY, UEALTMiFUL and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR t( TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR REAL ESTATE LV ALL ITS BRANCHES FRED HART 2665 Coral Way Phone 48-2172 $ BANANAS!' TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JSrtf &8S" Sa,va Company Phone 78-2702 TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS North Shore Bank 71st STREET AND ABBOTT AVENUE MIAMI BEACH



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nurAY OCTOm L 19 PAGE FIFTEEN D ,de Cmmmty Women M Sponsor SOS Y Offers Three ffmm Activities the Y drar.-.at..ir;\rk7-< OW* m* .: ::•:--' ?""• %  '' M B t8de and all Dade county women are BTfed ito participate whether or not thev fo are affiliated with a £--.Three at* tetivsfcat ire baBtt initiated at the Mia-YM A. YWHA. at *>: sw lethAve. for the mcr.th :f CVtober. accrr: r.g to Mai Samuels, activities duoti;n rrakers wh-o are interested la any taped Ml (at EtrataaCk trafl Robert Rxkert, instruct..-r of dramatics it the Uarverstty : f Miami and trrr-ducer :: t.-.-:Rial Theatre, will be in criarge shop On Th-r-sdav ; £ r.ts tet ttss.no of conga ihaatlji tad Lataa Amer.oar ? erven by Mr?. Kaai rv Race Dyer, a -' %  -::: of r.u-rt teat her ci ccptes which the person wtshes to make Anyone interested r. tews** ac%  can o-btam further m:or~-.at;on a: the Y it essi.-r.a. a: ten years" exper-.er.ee On Wednesday nights also, t :en '.ess.--, eaunc in v tterj ntak:ng .= :,x instituted in t-e Y Messrs Bckhiad md "Ttamta art.sar< -: (he Con Gabtai Ceranks Sbos vid rv ia o-.trcc I taa ::.:rsv IV partieipurta >r aolc M ~\ak; : %  : :'.:-.\ ,-hjatti net) as ;.c i : :. b res.' • tt tta t~:-.y-'.-< o~e ~.-:.i object •rhicti ;;: reproduce : Fkxgler-Groncrda League Electa Hy Cowman Ky Coverman was elected president of the F".ji.c'.eT--.lranada Jew>;-. Comntunrty oer.ter bx*wimje MaftM at a rr.tvtr.c :'-.s ttatk. O ; r nevioffvers are Herrr.an FeM -an. v.oe pres.oiert Ben CaeJa, s*vn-:ar>-. and LtBtar Tenney. treasurer To '.tacue meets pitqi T.^.iav at the ra'.ad.urr. Fo^::r.j: .tilers To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year // Mr. and Mrs. Frtd Ocfas =d Daufhtsr. Jtanette Wist ALL TheFr.er.is and Relttives A HAP FY NFW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry OUphant and Son Wish All Their Fr.ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optnor A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Same Waldorf Rene* and Meiein Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAFFY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. W. D. .Bill' Singer and Family With All Their Fr.ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl WainkW and Family WM All Their Friend* and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Sons. Dickie and Josh Wish All Their Friends and oU lai ves A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosengartes Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenthal and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAP PY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Rossmtn and Children Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. 1*. Seiderman 518 Euclid Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Herman S'.epian and Family 113 N. 19th Arenue HoUywood. Fla. Wish All Their FTiends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub and Son Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPFY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiss 1748 Biarriti Driv* Kormandy Isle Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPFY NEW YTAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlein and Sons Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family With AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rabin and Daughter, Roslyn Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rabinowitx Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Samuel J. Rand Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport __ Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rsinhard and Family _. Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin With AU Their Friends and Relative* A HAPPY NEW YEAR s Irving Saal Wishes AU His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Isadora Sachs and Family 2039 S.W. 17m Terrace Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan and daughter. Linda Debra Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Sernaker and Family Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish AU Their Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaif and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero 1045 EucUd Avenu Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan and Family 1622 Michigan Avenue Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis St*ig*r and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinbach and chUdren. Phyllis and Bradley Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weitxman and Mrs. Bertha Wmimm Wish .AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weitzner Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAFFY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Goorge P. Werbel With AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAFFY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Family With AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YX.AR Dr. and Mr*. A. L. Stepner Barbara Allen and Siephen Avery Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPFY NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW Y-EAR Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mr*. Randolph Shevack and Allen Brooks and Eileen Barbara Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Harry Shopiro and Family 21 Ocean Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Schaifer and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Herbert E. Schtr and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sehimmel Wish AU Their Friends an d Rel atives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and daughters. May Ellen and Arlene Wish AU Their Friends and relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Harold Stone and son. Bobby Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman and Patricia and Fredrick Wish AU 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. Charles S. Tobin and sons. David L. and Mickey Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin and ton, Wayne SS2 Michigan Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Traurig and sons. Leonard, Robert tnd Walter Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPVNFW Y-.i:C Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wucher and ton, Raymond Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalia and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka and daughters. Mildred and Sheila Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeinta Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. O. Zlff Adale and Sandy Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEA R Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zukernirk and ton, Michael "*ish AU Their Fn .. .. ..;-..! Relatives .. HAPPY NEW Y'EAR



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PAGE FIFTY-TWO Jen isfi Fforidftatn FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 .^ ; South African Nationalists And The Jews (Continued from Page 49) Jewish aspect was, more directly, a graft from Nazism and foreign to the Boer tradition, which had welcomed Jews to South Africa, which felt a Biblical sympathy with them and which had given them open home even in the Nationalist Party. But in the pattern of those years, the Jews were solidly behind Smuts and Hertzog. and hence opponents of Dr Malan's party. It was this fact, tied to their anti-Britishness. tied to a certain sympathy with a Germany that had also been defeated by Britain, which provided the ground for the Nazi antiSemitic seed to germinate an the Malanites. The early war years accentuated this trend. The war helped the Nationalists by splitl ng the Smuts Hertzog government South Africans have an h fixation in any war crisis involving Britain. The British section instinctively side? with Britain right or wrong: the Boer section no less instinctively tends to resist siding with Britain—even when she is right. This was the position in World War I and the pattern was repeated, though not as clearly, in World War II. General Smuts and a majority of the United Party moved to enter the war on the Allied side; General Hertzog and the minority of the United Party urged neutrality. Majority and minority were separated bv only 3 votes. Those 'were tense days. There were wild stories that Hertzog would use police and militia to have his way: and that the Malanites would whole-heartedly support him. If the Nationalists had been Nazis, they would have taken this course. But even in this crisis they remained true to their constitutional tradition. Hertzog resigned the premiership, left the government, went over to the opposition. Some of his followers went with him, SHEET METAL WORK Anything in Sheet Metal Galvanized—Stainless Steel Aluminum PALM SHEET METAL CO, Inc. 1840 N, W. Miami Cl. Ph. 82-3341 STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Smatl PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 IMMSDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP | ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT # PAINTING -SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES Drift NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT' and KNOW HOW" MECHANICAL STAFF BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED SAM MURRAY KI7 IISCATNE BOULEVARD PHONE 9-47*1 TRUCK DIVISION oS N E 27TH STREET PHONE 9 7SA7 others remained with Smuts, who became the wartime premier. In the early war years, the air was full of heat, threats. proNazi statements. There was talk of a united Nationalist front in which also the Ossewabrandwag. an avowedly fascist organization, would share. There was talk of a republic in which citizenship would be restricted to -loyal elements" and "national elements." and denied to Jews and others who would be regarded as "unnational." ••ur.assimilable." etc. There was talk of repatriating non-naturalized Jews (and even some naturalized Jews who came to §ou:h Africa after a certain date.' and of introducing a quota svstem for Jews in commerce and :he professions. The Transvaal I branch of the Nationalist party) introduced a clause banning Jews | from membership. The war ended, and the drift away from semi-Nazi ideas among the Nationalists was accentuated. The Nationalists began to give assurance that, although they had urged South African neutrality in the war and opposed the Union's war effort, they would, if returned to power, honor the SmuL<" Government's commitments to soldiers. And there was less antiSemitic talk. And there were some Nationalists who even said that, after all, the Jews were citizens of South Africa, and theii rights must be respected. Others said that these did not speak officially for the party; but as the party itself remained discreetly silent on the subject, peoplecould take their choice. On the one hand, there was the ban against Jewish members in the Transvaal: and on the other hand there were these moderate statements. It is however, worthy of note that even in the triumphant Hitler years, the party never entirely gave way to the Nazi attitude of Jews. The furthest that the party ever went on the Jewish question was the following clause, written into its "Programme of Principles, Programme of Action and Constitution," by the Federal Council of the party in 1941: "The Council recommends that under the heading of 'immigration and the Jewish question' the following shall be adopted: a) The repatriation of all illegal and undesirable elements. b) The party favors in general the immigration of suitable, assimilable white European population elements. c) In view of South Africa's specific problems, the party recommends the immediate cessation of all further immigration of LONELY? Why not meet someone who wants to meet you? Enjoy life with a congenial companion thru our organization; one of the oldest and largest of its kind. Make appointment today. Learn our new plan CLARA LANE Friendship Center, Inc. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St. Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. 4. Snapper Creek Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER Licensed Mortgage and Investment Broker 335 Lincoln Road. Miami Itvnvh Phone 5-0858 Confidental Co-operation with ATTORNEYS. ACCOUNTANTS AND BROKERS ii You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N.E. 19th ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087. MIAMI, FLA. Price S2.~>0 a Jews, and further of all elements which cannot be assimilated by the South African nation or which are a hindrance or dangerous to society, d) It further has in view: 1. Exercise of stronger control over naturalization; 2. introduction of a vocational permit system of un-naturalized foreigners, as exist in many other countries e) The party wishes to t a | i. possible steps to fit South Afr c P (Continu ed on Page 53/ Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washingtofl Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI, INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright—Cheerful—Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly Kosher Meals— 24 hour nursing care Under the Supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Special Diets Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always OB call I. GERTMAN, Director For information write or phone 82-5395 For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets unde*the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its, executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA CARR APPLIANCES, INC. OWEN L. CARR. President FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS PHONE 82-5295 1405 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 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 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring OUT Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERII \\(.l\(• WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painter§ We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured Aloro Painting Co* Office Room 302 Congress Bldg. 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-5=*— FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948 ?JeistFhridliain MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072 Extends NEW YEAR GREETINGS GREETINGS FROM MIAMI CONSERVATORY IN OUR NEW LOCATION 3900 BISCAYNE BLVD. Studios: Miami Beach. 741 W. 41st St. PHONE 82 6346 SEASON'S GREETINGS HI King's Shoe Rebuilders The Best on the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. HAPPY NEW YEAR ELI HURWITZ AND FAMILY GREETINGS JUDY HARMON OF NEW YORK BEAUTY SALONS MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 848 Washington Ave. At 9th Street Phone 5-9545 National Hotel Ocean at 17th St. Phone 58-3811 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JAY-NON VENETIAN BLIND CO. Manufacturers of CUSTOM VENETIAN BLINDS AND CORNICES 3603 N. W. 7th St. Phone 4-2113 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RED'S AUTO SERVICE 239 N. W. 20th St. TRANSMISSIONS & REAR ENDS REBUILT AND EXCHANGED Phone 9-4961 Jews In Sports mThe annXf^a"nfedtre fT** *?""*"• Sid "" % %  Boxing, once a fertile field for as far as Jewish athletes are con; ft proved hlmself a a consistent the Jewish fighter, no longer cerned. A digest of the year's •• 300 hltter a "d long ball clouter. holds too much attraction No act vines indicates that Jewish Hl & play has made a Giant | longer do we hear of such names ssais^pK^z-m ot h vs s urpnse of i ? s L ~ nard £ ££z due. no douht m ,*^ A„. ...'! Mana f ers 0tt and Durocher. who Attell. A good Jewish boxer is a PAGE SEVENTEEN are in a comparative period of fill-in nlaver A f. 7• g ,_ ues are greater in other fields, are sad. Sam Nahem is still a%tr v rieia are "". But even to say nothing of the possibility around as a relief hurier for the Wein erg's manager refers to his trial world manenCe ** **+ lhd ** ta KSiStat I. not ** as ^ "*1 setting the world afire. The Ch: rarity these days. Among the heavyweights Bill Weinberg and Davey Field are listed. But even GREETINGS ML r. E. II All Ms OPTOMETRIST 12303 N. E. 6th Ave. Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 As a matter of record, there is little to gloat about concerning cago White Sox are expecting bit. things from Marvin Rotblatt, Unthe performances of Jewish ath"versify of Illinois hurler, who letes. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the past twelve month period is the arrival here of the famed Hapoel soccer team of Palestine. At best a better than average booting aggregation, the Hapoel squad paved the wav for the opening of sports relationship between teams in the States and Israel. If and when the present unpleasantness is ironed out in Israel, bigger and better teams will make their way to these shores to tour our country. At the present time, preliminary plans are being drawn for the visits of soccer and basketball squads. America's national pastime, baseball, holds little allure for players of Jewish extraction. With the departure of Hank Greenberg from the active playing field, Sid Gordon moves up lig: divisions, Herbie Kror.owitz is fair in the middleweight class. while Danny Bartfield could be a threat for the lightweight title was signed upon pavment of"a,' f hi f balk >' hards did not handi^22.000 bonus. Since Rotblatt has' C3p m every other fight Pros received more than six thouo-.d' PGC Jf are not tco bri ht for lhe dollars, the White Sox must keen i udden J emergence of a second -im on'their roster permar.entlv I L€0na / d 0r Ross Boxing mana aiter this season or else release t g rS tel1 y ? u that Jewish ^^ h-m to the minors where he will j aW8y rom the fight racket i ecome subject to draft bv anv 10 ai P 0Unt of Persuasion can lure promising boys into the game. Only the top men gain financial independence and few Jewish battlers care to give it a RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A BLUE AND GRAY CAB PHONE 2-4141 ether major league nine. The best bets for advancement to the majors from their spots :'n minor league baseball are Al J^'' Rosen with Kansas City and Cal, 0 Abrams of Mobile. Rosen ~"a' Luckman made a nice Cleveland farmhand, has shown ; C T k ,n footba11 after a marked hitting abilitv and will r a,her mecl0CrP season the preur.dobutedly. be recalled. Abram> V 1CUS yea Coach George Halas is a good hitter, not a long ball' 1 for another HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET two years of top flight ball after which the T formation passing than Rosen,"particularly as far as !" artle wlU be passed along to his future with Brooklyn is conJonnnv Lujack, Sid's eventual boy. but fairly consistent. His chances appear much slimmer 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 cerned. Rickey's Dodgers aren't keen on developing a Jewish ball player for reasons best known to as the number one player among | the Brain of Gowanus. successor Sol Sherman is still around as passer for the Philiy Eagles but has yet to set Shibe (Continued on page 29) W ram naw? naron GREETINGS Electric and Acetylene Welding Boilers, Tanks. Smokestacks BOILER REPAIRS DAVIS IRON WORKS. INC. BOILERMAKERS U. S. CERTIFIED WELDERS ^ Phone 2-6030 Nile 2-3050 — 9-1160 1988 N. Miami Avenue Miami 36. Fla. A Most Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons ED STONE FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2626 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-5530 • NEW V EAR'S GREETINGS J. HEINZ COMPANY MAKERS OF THE 57 VARIETIES. among which are Heinz Kosher Baked Beans, six Kosher Heinz Soups, and more than forty other robbiniv cally supervised foods. HONEY @ A & P SUPER MARKETS 1 A P FOOD STORES



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%  i PAGE FORTY +Jeitffkrkf&r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1943 SEASONS BEST WISHES Management of JOHNNY LEWKWAY BROWVS SAFETY SERVICE 10 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 2-4602 TheYear in American That All Our Friends and Patron* May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE \IMST FAMILY and \i GI ST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street P hone 2-2792 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WttLSmn COMPANY Merchandise Brokers Miami Jacksonville Tampa HAPPY NEW YEAR i Coral Gables Federal Savings and Loan Association 2501 Ponce de Leon Boulevard PHONE 4-7627 TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS i The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6479 By STANLEY C MYERS orncn zed Jewish communities o. America, DUI U 3T5Sj and urn-ota* S^SSL^Sk tS and .ourcomplacency for any group. The prosperity of America, boi^ Uves ard a testimonial to =:ered bv a continuing partial. the superD community organiza%  var economy ar.d the still un%  no which translated these as•*::=i:ed back log of demand for pirat ons into reality, consumer goods from the last At the same time we could not war, contrasted with the slow j and did not pronounce any more:^:;; neTrerSn inexsocial, health and welfare protricably tied to tr.e rest of the gress. world. i t would be easy to detail Against thil bacKgrour.d Arr.e.s on many fronts and %  can Jews responded with record sp€Ctive a t this creaking contributions of help ^ stock taking it would ^ undreamed of even a year ago and ; go But there is not unmatched by any other section ^ for guch a full of the population. It was a tibute "J*^ It wiU have to su ffice or.lv to point out that we kept alive the hope and the spirit of the still homeless refugees scattered over Europe and made possible the beginning of their mass movement to Israel, at long last; that we began to put the Jews remaining in Europe back on their feet, that we took a key role in the United Nations deliberations and decision on Palestine, and backed up the stout defense of their new homes in Israel by the refugees of a few years ago, a defense marked by a clarity of purpose and unsurpassed courage which the world to the generosity of our hearts. a witness to the fact that the social idealism of our forefathers NEW YEAR GREETINGS $ Spesco Wholesale Hardware Co. 1744 N. W. First Avenue ^ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A LLLA PATTAM STATE BA\K 1316 N.W. 36th Street In the Heart of the Northwest Section A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BISCAY XELAUNDRY •Put Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems In Our Hands" 231 11th Street Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR ROLLINGS GARAGE 146 N.W. Fifth Street—Phone 3-4834 "A Complete Automobile Service" will never forget; and that we greatly expanded our aid to the refugees coming to these shores, while working unsuccessfully to have Congress admit ever. more. We extended the work of our national and local religious, educational, and cultural institutions at home, while moving toward greater coordination on both levels; movea toward greater centralization of our health, aged, child care, recreational, community relations and community planning machinery, for better service to more people—and in fact for our entire population. These things were not wished for or talked into reality; they required organization. Our federations, welfare funds, and community councils in 300 cities reached out to cover 800 communities as we mobilized American Jewry as never before. Men, women, and youth by the thousands have been brought into the service of their people for the first time—from every section of their communities, from diverse backgrounds and with many points of view—but all with a common purpose and many with great ability and splendid interest and enthusiasm. We shall have to retain and build upon that interest and ability in the year ahead and the years to come. We moved toward greater maturity in 5708 as Individual communities, centralizing our forces, streamlining and merging our central structures while broadening their scope, acting on the basis of what is best for all determined through careful study and analysis, setting priorities and focussing our energies rather than scattering them on ill-conceived and less important needs. We moved forward in 5708 toward greater cooperation among the communities, working together on common needs. Locally we saw it in metropolitan federations and councils, with a large HAPPY NEW YEAR .Miami Beach Wholesale Grocery Co. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR $ NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES Formerly WUCHER and LYNN 834 Firit Street Miami Beach 746 N.W. 32nd Street 1 i > 1, 1 WITH PLEASURE ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON lliiihhrs ( ontravtor* 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 EXTENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS BAKER'S STORE EXTENDS GREETINGS A MIAMI INSTITUTION We Invite Your Charge Account 13743 N Miami Avenue Phone 3-2350 i i I HAPPY NEW YEAR Southeastern Terminal and Steamship Company 28 S.W. Fourth Street Phone 3-0816 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders HAPPY NEW YEAR Morris Herbert S. Berick and Shapiro 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach GREETINGS "GENE" Groover's Pharmacy 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. F. McGILVARV "JIMMY" Your Patronage Appreciated NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS DEAUVTLLE SERVICE STATION 6348 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 6-9156 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ty Morris Bros. Department Stores 1261 Washington Avenue 543 Lincoln Rood Miami Store: 70 E. Flagler Street TO ALL... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH PETE'S BAR The Finest Cocktails On Miami Beach also — BEER and WINES 1137 Washington Avenu. Miami Boacn PHONE 5-9544



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PAGE FORTY-TWO *Jpnist ncr/dHan %  The Brandeis University By MARTIN SILVER Brandeis University, the first Jewish-sponsored coeducational, nonsectarian institution of hiqher learninq, will open its doors to the first freshman class of over one hundred on Thursday, October 14, thus brinqing a dream of years into reality. The school, located at Waltham, these are open to students of Massachusetts, has a campus of every tradition and every backone hundred acres and eight i ground. But the pride of these major buildings. During the past i denominational groups serves as six months, a modernization proardently hope that it may live up to the high concept of education which Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis himself had. "Brandeis University will open its doors in October. Its student body will number slightly over one hundred. Admission will not be based on race, color or creed. The faculty is small, yet it bespeaks a standard of integrity that should giv e us cause for pride." Sparked by the dynamic perraiDA^OCTOBER gram has been under way, converting the buildings into dormitories for the men and women, apartments for faculty, cla^s rooms, and laboratories. In addition, the library is being expanded to accomodate 30.000 volumes. Administration and faculty offices are also provided. "The Brandeis Story" is a fascinating one. Born in the minds of a group of New England business rr.en years ago. it received sudden impetus when the campus ar.d buildings became available because of tr.e closing of another institution. Then the work was intensified. A drive for funds was initiated, a building program agreed upon, and finally, :n May. 1948. Dr. Abram Leon Sachar. was chosen as president. Formerly the national director of the Hillel Foundations, Dr. Sachar brings the impetus for a basic contribu-1sonality of George Alpert Boston attorney, the board of trustees of the University have sacrificed their own businesses to find the time to devote to the problems of the school. Mr. AliU t f pert, as president of the board af'ftSLSrJIrSiSSSiS trustee's, has spoken before hundreds of audiences. He ;s also a member of the Brandeis Foundation, Inc. He is national chairman of the clothing division (Continued on Page 50) tion to American higher education. Even the little Quaker group, whose numbers are negligible in the United States, has founded four famous colleges. The prestige of the enhanced, because the American people recognize that such consecrated denominational effort has resulted in a superb quality contribution to learning. "Jews in this country have a high regard for learning. We send our children to the universites in 1 much greater numbers than our proportion in the population. This is most commendable. But in a real sense, these young people are recipients of the generosity of outstanding Christian groups, whose benefactions have made possible the universities that offer hospitality to all who apply. Has not the time come when the Jewish community in America CANTORS 9 ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI EXTEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR long administrative and educa-' shoul d make at least one group tional experience to his new post. contribution to higher education? Formal inauguration of the University and installation of the president was to take place just prior to the opening of school, (October 7), in appropriate ceremonies at Symphony Hall, Boston. "Brandeis University has been founded in response to the long felt desire for the Jewish community in America to make a corporate contribution of quality to higher education." Dr. Sachar said. "Protestant groups have founded six hundred collegs: Catholic groups have founded more than two hundred. Most of Brandeis University is a modest attempt in that direction. We MR. and MRS. MAX R. SILVER and Son David Robert Extend Best Wishes to All For a Felicitous and Joyous New Year CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES. CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER. CANTOR JUDAH GOLDRING. CANTOR LOUIS FEDER Tires — Tubes — Batteries — Auto Accessories — Road Service Carburetor and Electrical Work — Gas, Grease and Oil Bob Perry Tiro and Battery Co. Phone 3-9158 and 3-2296 127 N. W. 20th Street Miami, Florida LEW II EWES Chris Craft Sales and Service PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC. Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft 412-18 N.W.N. Diver Dr. 2-8918 427 N.W.N. River Dr. 8-25411 RABBI and MRS. MAX SHAPIRO Daughter and Son Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation— \ HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR $ A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LYNMAR HOTEL 735 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-5738 Miami Beach GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President %  I ra in lei i Equipment & Supply Co. Ot\n XT T> rINCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS Guaranteed BONDED — INSURED DAY OR NITE PHONE 5-3444 MIAMI PHONE 2-2555 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR National Termite Control Co., Inc. TED BRANSON, President 820 S. W. 24th Road Phone 3-5210 GREETINGS SALES Miami Elevator Company SERVICE Warsaw Elevators Rotary Lift Phone 3-0212 Sedgwick Motorstairs 153 N. E. 10th St. *AVM||*C0Ul IAILES, FIA.PH.4M0M ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE Phone 7-4045 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MOORE CONSTRUCTION CO. 7003 Biscayne Blvd. THOMAS H. MOORE. JR. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Free Plans OH A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET, INC. Furniture Equipment Supplies Hotels Restaurants Institutions Clubs Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI 18, FLORIDA PHONE 3-0861 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FINCHER 0LDSM0BILE, INC. 1740 N. E. Second Avenue SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, INC. S. SAAL EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Start the New Year right by eating the freshest and mod delicious Sour Cream. Cream Cheese. Pot and Fanner Cheese. Manufactured daily at our modern plant. 2180 N. W. 13th AVENUE



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO >Jmist fkrk/ian .; i • I \\ • f I : • 1 ;• i. • m FRIDAY, OCTOBER Happy New Year To All My Fellow Jews Everywhere This is the happiest New Year la the History il Civilization. For the first time since our Prophets spoke the \ tag I realize the message of the Jewish Prophets "Nation shall r.ot l::'t uo sword against nation, neither shall they learr. war any more." The world is talking about this for the first time, and the UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS. INC il trying to organize the American People, and people every. : bring thii prophecy into reality in our own day. Every citizen in our country ought to join NOW this, the greatest Project before the world today, and to my fellow Jews I say: Hold or. to your Judaism, for "we shall r.ot :.-..'. nor be discouraged until we have set Justice in ah the earth, and i the isles shall wait for our Torah.*' A.-.d so I pray with you: Happy. Happy New Year to you and I all the world. Amen. JACOB H. KAPLAN. President Florida State Rabbinical Association. What Sort of Government Will The Israeli State Have? | (Continued frorr. Page 25 Jewish tendency toward party divisiveness. why shold Israel have a governmental set-up that would encourage rather than discourage such, aivisive.-y .-i ind weakness? Why shouldn't it have a system which, like the E.-:t makes ioi only two important parties in parliament, what) they may call themselves—the government part} and the opposi-, tion—both of which are vital in a democracy but both of .vr.:ch are hampered in the exercise of their functions when a number of lesser parties wield a power which weakens governmi And so, citizens of Israel, when vou Donder this matter and find areas, of mutual accounting, between parliament and caoinet, is system you should adopt if your government is to be strong, and as enduring and representa-1 uve ">f the people's wishes as you and ; many of us Jews abroad wish it to be. FITZPATRICK PAINT CO Fitz — The Paint Man 725 North Miami Art. Miami, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS Marion Butler REAL ESTATE 1616 Alton Road Phone 5-6409 Phone 2-4766 Twenty-fire years selling paint in Miami. With this experipnr* i us solve your difficult paint problems. e let We are onry as far away as your telephone. Reliable Contractors Recommended Upon Call cannot help thinking ">' M\ Bevin, I suggest you also remind yourselves of Lord Balfour. so that the feeling of hate and -p 'oward the British will cancel each other out Then you will be able to examine chis matter without prejudice, and then I believe vou will come to the conclusion that the British system of mutual checks and balA HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI FLORAL CO. Flowers For All Occasions Managed by the Warner family over 4r years. Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association 111 S.W. Fifth Avenue Phone 2-6823 NEW YEAR'S GREETING We will be very happy to have you visit us at our new location, where the finest of equipment and service are available. Tropical Typewriter Service 431 WEST FLAGLER ST.. MIAMI Ph. 2-8333 CARL L. LIBBY, Owner S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4291 EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS SIJTTON JKWELRY CO. Successor to Whaler's MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE 72 W. Flagler St. — Opposite Courthouse Established in 1887 Ph. 2-5996 Aqui se Habla Espanol HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY TILE — MARBLE — TERAZZO 2500 S. W. 28th Lane 4-6037 PHONES 4-4475 SEASON'S GREETINGS from Sidney Meyer — Mitchell Wolfson WOMETCO THEATRES 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 m MIAMI LINCOLN MIRACLE CAPITOL STATE BILTMORE STRAND TOWN SURF CAMEO GROVE PARKWAY MAYFAffl PLAZA TOWER ROSETTA CENTER BLVD. DRIVE-IN ESSEX 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. • MOUNT NEBO Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building p h


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PAGE SEVENTY rJeHistfkrkJIati raPAY. OCTOBER 1( m Food Fair Stores Announce Opening Of Edison Center Supermarket on Oct. 2 Food Fair Stores Inc., it was announced today by Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of directors, will open its third supermarket in the greater Miami area and the 104th in its fastexpanding national chain at 1055 N.W. 62nd St., in the heart of Edison Center. In connection with ceremonies marking the opening of the new store. 25 Edison Center boys and | supermarket field, and is the deivelopment of everything that {Food Fair has pioneered up to the present time. These innovations. Mr. Maloff said, include completely selfservice pre-packaged meat, dairy I and delicatessen departments to make customer shopping easier. I quicker and more pleasant: superj speed check-out booths, wide rLs wiL have an opportunitv to! r oom >' aL les and well-designed break into the movies and to [ surroundings, realize an ambition dear to the! Designed by L. B. Tayior. Mihearts of most voungsters—to ea?. mi architect, the new Edison all the cake topped with whipped, Cer ter market, is of steel and cream thev want. C B S construction, topped by B And thafs not all—a $50 United *9-toot tower—an architectural States Treasurv bond or a brand feature of Food Fair stores in new full-sized bike will go to the sev f n eastern seaboard states, voungster able to down the most !" e building presents a striking a.-gelfood cake in a given time, appearance with its ultra-modern T-e content will be open to -acade of stainless steel and plate boys and girls between the ages 8 lass and its gleaming tiled in-, of 8 and 12. The 25 contestants te "? r will be picked bv an official of The store has an overall floor : the Food Fair Stores, Inc.. at the s P ace of 13.000 square feet in the :. Center store between the ; I area > with 2T.0C hours of 12 and 2 p.m.. Saturday | stalled by the Avenue Electric Co. The floors are finished in specially treated terazza to prevent slipp'ing or skidding by the Newton Terazza Co. The floor color scheme blends with the softtoned interior decorations. The air conditioning unit installed by Hill York pumps 50 tons of cool air through the store every 24 hours. The same firm also installed the modern porcelain refrigation cases which line the back and side walls. The building has been completely pcst-proofed. and all the modern means of sanitation have beer, employed. The stainless steel and plate glass store front was installed byAdams Glass Co. Other contractors were the Barney Oldfield Painting Co., Miami Roofing and Sheet Metal Co., and the Markowitz Brothers, plumbing. Herbert Strauss will manage the new Edison Center market. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL BOND PLUMBING SUPPLY MIAMI. FLORIDA FT. LAUDERDALE. FLORIDA MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE OF THE PALLOT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N.E. Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Oct. 2. Newsreel cameramen Al Waldron, of Fox M vietone News: Bill Gerceke of Paramount News and Larry Walsh of NBC Television Newsreel, will be on hand to record the event, while press photographers Mike Ackerman, of Acme News Photo; Irvin Trcs.of International News Photo, and Earle Sughars of Associated Press, will photograph the contest ; : national publicati. n. The new store, which embodies many now ideas in design and construction, is described as one Of the Ri st eautiful and modem! food merchandising centers in the country. It is completely airconditioned. According to Abe Maloff. vice president in charge of the Florj ida district, the newest link m, the Food Fair chain represents %  latest improvement in the! feet of parking space divided into two parking lots. Another feature is the interior lighting designed by H. Fesselman, Miami engineer. It employs General Electric slimline lights. which give a maximum of visibility under every condition. All electric equipment was inBest Wishes For a HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. II. IK. Mechlowitz and Children MARTIN and PHYLLIS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. in;\j V>II\ 350 Lincoln Road COLEMAN Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR i Sinclair's Restaurant 126 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami. Florida Phone 3-7023 GREETINGS BOB and ART Scharlan Service Station 3529 N. W. 7th Street Miami, Florida PHONE 48-8322 SEASON'S GREETINGS AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE CO. SEND US YOUR LOCK TROUBLES J. P. AND JOHN NILON 1304 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 9-3144 WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Alldritt Kleetrie Motor Co. HURRICANE FAN CO. AND SUBSIDIARY PHONE 2-6147 237 N. W. Second Avenue Greetings To All J. L. KELLEY CONTRACTOR Underground Construction Watermains & Sewers Trenching & Excavating Telephone 4-0871 P. O. Box 797 Coral (tables 34, Florida A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO AIX JOHN L. POWERS Phone 5-3018 PAINTER 1261 20th Street Miami Beach, Fla. ~v A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I. J. FEIBUS PLASTIC INDUSTRIES HOME FURNITURE GLASS AND MIRRORS STORE FIXTURES 7158 N. W. 5th Court ^^ j. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MINA LEE IMPORTERS, INC. 7343 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 252 Coral Way. Miami 6-2419 4-6909 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ARNOLD HIGH QUALITY ALUMINUM WINDOWS 4101 South Dixie Highway BARBARA JANE DRESS SHOP EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2119 Coral Way E. SAFER. Proprietor Phone 48-8050 y Irvin Gordon AND Harold Pont of the 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 X4 :*?*? V J***£'^4



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%  *AGE SEVENTY-EIGHT >Jeni§tner*Ut*r Florida Farmers Maintain Sound Financial Position Despite Rising Costs ORLANDO—Even '.hough the costs of things the farmer uses are continuing upward Florida agriculture is rr.aintairing a sound financial position, according to Max Losner. President First National Bank. Homestead. Mr. Losner, who represents the Florida Bankers Association as Dade county advisory hanker, noted that Florida farmers arcbeing generally successful in av( iding the dangers of excessive deht during the current inflationary period. Quoting from a national survey : ..-.:: rrade by the Agricultural Commission of the American Bankers Associati r. Mr Losner reported that, during 1947. Florida banks loaned $98.978 000 •their farm customers Athe beginning ::" 1948. mo tota". ultural loans outstanding in Florida bar.ks aggregated $15.pared with approxi%  ly $13 at the beginning of 1 ing year. This high percentage Df payoffs is in. I • .-. of the pre spert as ----; :: -. -f F'.'.r'.darr::u'.:ure T:.< %  in utstandings is acinte I for principally in loans %  : r production purposes, which reflects the increased availabil % %  of materials and equipment fo: capita] improvements. While the privately owned and perated banks of Florid eeting the financial require. •-f 17.894 farmers the com lined credit operations :' :-.'. the £' ven sul agencies were used by only I v.:. n ed $16.2 %  Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER and Family "The Or ; g'nal Drucker" Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Gertrude Michaels AND SONS Melvin and Burton 2171 S. W. 22nd Terrace extend best wishes for a Happy and Joyous New Year lo lheir many friends and relatives Sincere Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR $ MR. and MRS. f*>org< k Cli< k rtkof and children STANLEY IVAN CAROL FAITH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Why Hebrew? 'Continued from Page TT) eiently familiar with Hebrew might be Instructed and guided ••them, realized that the builders of the Jewish eternity dare not forsake life eternal for terrp-ral thing* Jewish history proves conclusively that there is no security for Jews in any country of th* diaspora. Wherever Jews were finally cast out. they had a: one time been eagerly welcome • If Germany were the only country to have cast out its Jews, men and women who were eorr.pletely integrated into the cultural and political life of the German nation, we might pi i hope that Jew* could find security in adoptivehomelands. But what happened in Germany .'.an also occurred centuries bel re in Persia. Spam. England, Fi and Poland, that is to say. in practically all countries with representative Jewish pepuh: gr ups. No count—.has ever been more to us than a Nachtasyl—a stop-. •.-—not because we would D I :aU it "home" but because th< nations have refused XJ grant than a Nachtasyl and. ir many cases, ever, this was del And '.ike our adoptive countheir languages, t .-. we loved and • •--• in< >r ral ly wn i te I fr m us in the end. Jewish survival is bound to He>lr. and Mrs. Sam Tondrich Son. Steven and Daughter, Arlyne Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR brew to an even higher degree than to the Jewish homeland. For Hebrew has been with us in our territorial homelessness. It has 'blessed us under many strange with a sense and feeling o' home and belongingness. while infusing us with the indomitable will to go on—despite the frustra tions and sufferings that are oui lot in exile. There can be no Jewish survival without Hebrew! Hi* strengthening of our ties wit: Hebrew is therefore imperative for all those who want our peopK • live. First of the Jewish youth literary societies, forerunners of the Young Men's Hebrew AsiE^OCTOg^ B 5 MR. and MRS. Alex. Sussman and Family 3701 Pine Tree Drive 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 Dr. and Mrs. MAX TENDRICH AND DAUGHTER HELENE 747 West Artnue EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL T~ZT?. F.ELATTVES ANT FRIENDS ill GREETINGS Phone 9-9771 AL. MERRITT. Pres. Merit Motors Inc. "FOR CARS OF MERIT" 1 S. E. 8th Street Miami, Florida soe.at.ons, was the Young Me n S Hebrew Literary Association M Philadelphia^ orgar.^ J*" THE MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Wishes a Peaceful, Happy and Prosperous New Year to All Its Members and Friends. MRS. E. NORRIS, Manager V MR. and MRS. I. A. DURBIN and FAMILY 4365 N. Bay Road Miami Beach TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR £ MR. and MRS. M. LEIBOVIT and Family 310 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND TO ALL ISREAL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR S! M. and MRS. SIDNEY PEPPER and FAMILY 1600 S.W. 16th Avenue—Miami GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR S A \ 11 \\ | | 11 SHOP 339 N. E. First Avonue GREETINGS $ The Rabbi, President and Officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and its entire Sisterhood extends to all its members, friends, and Jewry at large Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. 5708 has seen the erection of our new and modern Talmud Torah, Auditorium and Social Hall. We are fully confident that 5709 will bring continued progress to our Institution and to all Jewish causes. 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pBtnAV. OCTOBER 1,1948 +Jewlsl) ncr/d/ian PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN Glassers See "Growing Hatred" By HELEN ALPERT Behind the veiled Europe seen by tourists is a fiercely arowin? anti-Semitism with new despairs, yesterday stated Mrs. Louis Glasser. Well-posted on world Jewish problems, which for years have excited their interest, both Mr. and Mrs. Glasser, Miami S'.SS't S Cp";: -—use „ ( ft. red „ced ,„„ thcv closely weighed shades of supplies, and the fresh swarm of opinion expressed or exposed throughout the several countries thcv visited. The Glassers are in agreement on the following: 1. Should Army occupational troops be withdrawn from Germany, crematoriums at once would blaze again. Feeling against jews is still intense and violent. 2. World rehabilitation of Jews is a responsibility belonging solely to united Jewry, and not to any one country or group of countries. However, the United States must carry the major burden. 3. National resentments are in tragic evidence. "Members of 'underprivileged' 1 countries—perhaps they cannot help it, being human—show jealousy and personal hostility to the better-dressed, better-fed nationals of wealthier countries." This was felt, said Mrs. Glasser, even at the World Jewish Congress in Montreaux, Switzerland, among its own delegates. 4. Communism is definitely spreading. 5. The world family of Jews is united in the realization that Jewish survival is today's most important fighting issue. To this end, the Joint Distribution Committee is diverting some funds previously used for displaced persons' food into all conceivable and fast transportation to get Jews out of German and Austrian camps. These Jews are being rushed to "safer" camps in Italy: Scnegalia, Ycsi and Bari. 6. The JDC is doing a "terrific" job. These three Italian camps are points of embarkation for Israel. But— the new arrivals, a curious and tense situation has sprung up: one set of displaced persons is being displaced by a new set of displaced persons. "About 130 Yugoslavs with some Poles had been centered in Senegalia and had to leave to make room for the Jewish DPs," said Mrs. Glasser. who personally toured these camps with her husband. "They had resented being moved. In fact, they were incensed. So, prior to their departure, they broke the pump. When it was findly repaired, it was discover that mud was in the entire system. It is no mean task to supply water in trucks, particularly when there was a gas strike on, and every drop of gasoline was carefully guarded. "There was one redeeming feature: the camp is on the Adriatic Ssea, where at least all could bathe. "They live in barracks of corrupated tin, terribly crowded, with no windows for ventilation. There are multitudinous babies and pregnant women." (Their anger at the shortened milk quota for their children, which they claimed was even scantier than the ration received in Germany, prompted Mrs. Glasser into a public speech to them in Yiddish, explaining the imperative tactics of the JDC.) 7. The Marshall Plan is not humanitarian, but political. "It appears to me," she said, "that the poor still can't buy more than the barest necessities of life. What we're sending they're being charged for at inflated prices; and their government is utilizing the profits to reconstruct devastated areas. "Yes, this increases industry (Continued on Page 74) DR. and MRS. LEONARD H. JACOBSON Jo Ellen and Patricia Ann OF MIAMI BEACH EXTEND TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida State Exterminating Co. MR. AND MRS. BEN NIREN 505 Meridian Ave. 5-0219 GREETINGS From •I. V. O'Rourkc PLUMBER Phone 88-1018 241 No. Melrose Drive Miami Springs. 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OCTOBER 1. 1948 r m AY, ocw" > /en/*** f hrkfor PAGE THREE fiosh Hashona Services Usher in 5709 Sunday house* of worship in the greater Miami area will con-1 the Rosh Hahona Hiqh Holy day services this weekend JSnnina Sunday evening. Observing in the traditional Orthodox manner. CongregaiLh Tacob 3C1-311 Washington Ave., will beg n rites at lion t^ 1 c %  6 p.m. Sunday evening services .. .. „ n >t 6 pm and at 9 am ..,, bo c nducted in both tr.e h tl n'^rnings. *' .ue : r.d the Community The Hish Holy day? Sfldtag. 1 jr Bd M0 MescheloH as >" Cantor **"** Feder and Rev. M. Katz. in the jynag gue, and Cantor Hat ,;.,;V. :--: and Rev. S. Guttnan, in the community building Wrman HP's Fly To Palestine ushered in at the Beth David ue. 135 N W. 3rd Ave. evening at 6 p.m. with ;• i Max Shapiro and Carr mice Mamches officiating. rgl Goldberg will conduct the part of the services Mondav and Tuesdav. The certral On Mon : ''"•Rabbl w ,}..f p theme for discussion will be "The on "Nations or the World and Cha ii enge 0 f p eaC e Has Not Yet nr Tuesdav n 'A New Nation. Bcen Mer Separate s -. u dent Rabbi Simon April will conduct scrvices wiU ^ held m tre irV ices at the Miami Hebrew torium tK)th morninas at 10 30 i-hool ar.d Congregation beginn fla t 545 D.m. Sunday. A choir SeupS -ers of both the 'senior an: junior congregations 5 chant 1 prayers The Rabbi Jill speak n 'World Creation ard Destru '•"" Monday and on .. L i'e ar.d Happiness" Tuesday. Morning services will begin at 8 air ,,.;• Mincha at o:30 p.m. both day?. %  T -,. nng of the \ear. Not the N%  %  Year" has been selected b\ %  Joseph E. Rackovsky for his address on Mon30 with Edgar Lewis. Jerry C Harvey Kasow officiating. The new synagogue building Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will be officially opened for the holiday serv beginning at 6:15 Sur. venine The Center is located at 11 I Washington Ave.. and Ra'cbi Irving Leh-m.in and Cantor Ja Y G ildring will official I day morning the Ra'cbi will preacy on "The Dawn of a New Day"' and Tuesday on -Make Ye a Path will beg:at 5:45 p.m. and m the morning? at 7:30 a.m. Rosh Hashona services at the Miami Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th Ave.. will begin at 6 : m Sunday evening with Ra bi Murray Grauer and Cantor Mill n Friedman officiating, %  .; vices will begin at 8 Rabbi will preach on "Israel ; American Israel" Mondi n 'Man and His Needs" Tuesday. Mincha begins at 5:45 p.m. Scrvices will be conducted in the new Community Center ling by Cantor J. Seigelar.d L u:s Jacobskind, Children's si 5 to be held Monday and T at 10 a.m. will MUNICT. JTA — Party-five :?'s consisting : family groups this week left here r. a ha-crch plane an the Brst direct flight .'. unmigranti from Germany tc Israel Ar. additi rial 550 displaced Jews left by train : r Marseilles where they will irk for the sei ;e to Haifa. The plane will make a stopover at Athens before continuing : The flight is financed by the Joint Distribution Committee. are being discussed to -".-e a regular tend-weekly stale lot immigrants. Four :r ..%  • .--. DP? are ex• It %  Germany for tre the month 1 % %  a Is Ar. estimate I one-: Jrt* : me Jewish D? rip-lit. a >f Germany will have t by 1 : ft! I A tremend us pressure :s being ex• %  by DP*s ~r. the Israeli wnsulates. with large numbers of persons clamoring : r visas. The JD.C is providing transportation ind od imtil the immigrants reach [srael md ; supplying them with sufficient lothig A total of 48.000 D?' : h is Workmen Circle Building Henrietta Jacobs To Accomodate Over 650 Announces Troth The WerkiMB's Circle Branch 692. Miami Beach, announces the ostru t.r. :f its new Center. will accommodate afa %  Mr and Mrs Morris Jacobs & 1243 S.W. 6th St Miami, announce the engagement of their -:.i-.i-ht-;r. Henrietta, to Brns Is.•.... KU — "^"" 1 cauer.ter. rtenrieiia, HI OU.J "The old Lyceum, r? .efBell of Houston, Texas Mr. Null ax rears ago, :r.ly s^ate.: Bel j ;s tre 50T -f Mr and Mrs. .:" people e re-*itructure, located al *.V B. Bell of Houston >.'.:s5 Jacobs is a graduate of .: Washington Ave. will have Miami Senior High s;h::l and tagt f:r ::n -rts res \,t r £ e \\ atten' ind kitcnen I: will at::~:v :r.s An; v•. r. interested in securing tir.g iates %  -: ::4o i:th St.. Mian. the 1 Diversity Houston. He served three 1 with the U 5 Air forces The wadding will take place on December :2 tor of the junior congreia will chant the services. On the first day of Rosh Hashona. Jay Linn will speak on "Origin and Meaning of Hosh Hashona" and on the second day Herbert Kaplan will preach on "Judge, King ar.d Lawgiver." Reform services will be conducted at Temple Israel. 137 N'.E. 19th St.. beginning at 8:15 Sunday evening with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Morning services for the New Year will be held Monday morning at 10 a.m. in both the Tempie auditorium and In Kaplan Hall. Rabbi David Raab will conduct hecked by J.DC lical teams in preparation for • T.:zrat::n The Jewish Centra'. Committee nh the Muni -. Dffice >1 .e-A-ish Agency nave tSSUt i <^-~ ments conderrjtmg the assasiri tion of Count Folke Berrai:-.--; ;nd his aide, Col. Andre Serot When the news it the murders was received here the D?'~ iisplayed deep :n i i;n t:: n Several memorial ser\-ices for the U.N. •fic.als have been planned. Not h • we earn but what we ~~T~ „ ... i save is the measure of our fiArgentine necogniuon 01 .. v jecurity Save the sfanplIsrael Awaits UN Action est way. through the Payroll Sav-. -ere you wcr< or tne BUENOS AIRES. JTA —The Bond-a-Month Plan where you ent Buenos A:rc; L-..^ %  i ; week that — ~ high Argentine -• als that my act ud be 1 by t.-.e Perm government n pution it Israel until after the Unite-d Nit::ns ran acted >n the problem raised by the as: .. ; t. n : Count Bemad tti 'Argentina ires not intend tc iivorce itself from any ae::s::n the United Kati ns may react or. the problem, the newspaper led. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TRI BETA COUNCIL oi Miami Y.M. & WJU. NEW YEAR GREETINGS •I1JLE1JS I. FRIEDMAN 311 Lincoln Road beundei I ipervision of Ber-l services at Temple Isaiah. 49_o nardK |C0UU1S Ave.. Miami Beacr.. on The S : lie Brotherhood of Sunday evening at 81o pan. ana Greater M will conduct serv-j on Monday at 10 a.m. He > v. .K .ces a: • uni VMHA. 450 preach on "A New \ear Is Born 8.W. 16th Ave., under Rabbi 1 for the evening sermon, and Samuel Hanen, who will also! "Message of the Shofar on Monsene I r. Services begin 'day. Miss Cormne Goocman local at 5 1 : 7:30 a.m. Rabbi soprano, will HOI.lt h J e ^{ Ce Haner. .-.tlv from Paris. accompanied by Miss Bett> Halem With • vent of the High of Miami at the organ. Rabb. Holv days, Temple Beth Sholom. Raab has been invited by JM 4144 C Ave., Miami Beach, chaplain of the Pratt General enters int 1 its seventh vear of hospital to conduct Rosh Ha*ho existence. Rabbi Leon Kronish Services for the men convalescn will speak n -1848-5608. 1948at the hospital Tuesday morning 5709. The Most Significant Cenat 10 a.m. He will be assistedi b> tury in 2000 Years." Sundav eveHarold Shapiro, president of Temple Isaiah and former naval 01ficer. The Rabbi served as army ning at 8:15 p.m. His sermon for Monday at 10:00 a.m. is "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde—A Study in the World's Paranoia'' ar.d serrr.on topic for Tuesday morning is "The Birth of a Nation That Rocki the World." Cantoi Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the services. Special services for those who I've in the Northwest are being conducted by ReC. Phillip Fried formerly of Atlanta at 4064 N.W 4th St. Serving as both Cantor and Rabbi, ..e will be assisted by I Pollack Rev. Fried will preach on "The Need for a Spiritual Air," Monday, and "Israel Today." Tuesday. Sunday nignt serv chaplain. The Coral Gables Jewish Community Center will hold holiday services at the Coral Gables Wornn's Club, 1009 Ponce de Leon Tlvd. with Cantor Joseph w. Malek officiating. Services will begin at 7:15 p.m. Sunday and ,t 8 a.m. both mornings. Rabbi Max Kaufman and Canor Julius Rosenstein will conduct holiday services at the Jewish Community Center in Hollywood. The junior congregation will .•onduct a special service duiin Hosh Hashona with a children s •hoir singing the prayers. Tescher New Head Of Youth Council Edward Tescher of 2354 N.W 1st St.. has been elected president of the B"r.ai B'rith You'n CuunciL Elected to serve with Tescher .re vice president Stephen Koiby: recording secretary. Ma-ca Cohen; corresponding secretary. Edward Zwig: treasurer. D^\id H sspiegel: sergeant at arms. M ".all Harris. Tne Youth Council repre: ing 13 AZA and BBG fct ips the c-eater Miami area was gjanized tr coordinate youth activities with those of tre adult organizations. The Council holds monthlv meetings to plan comnunity service projects as wel. as educational, cultural, relig a and athlet'c programs. A HAPPY HEW YEAR TO ALL S. Megdall REAL ESTATE 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach % Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning % Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. I Use That Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash % WE SELL SOAP. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 The Year In Washington +Jewistfk)riciiair) (Continued from Page 31) response to the UN partition decision had jeopardized the oil pipelines feeding the Persian Gulf outlet, the Secretary said. He emphasized that these pipelines were of special importance now to the American armed forces. The long U.S. failure to act on the fall decision was frequently under attack in both houses of Congress during February. It was pointed out that failure to implement the partition decision would strike a death blow to the United Nations and make it an impotent organization incapable of achieving worjd peace. A group of 30 House Republicans, seeking the truth about the formulation of American policy on Palestine, wrote to Secretary of State George Marshall urging him to make the facts known to the American public and especially to disclose what the U.S. delegation at the Security Council would propose. Some time during the month the rumor was born that the United States would soon change its policy on Palestine. The rumor grew and grew despite press conference statements by both President Truman and Marshall to the contrary. Secretary Marshall said flatly that the U.S. had not changed its Palestine policy. President Truman told reporters that the U.S. continued to support the UN on Palestine. The implication was that, until the UN took action, the U.S. could not act. The increasing seriousness of the situation prompted the calling of a National Extraordinary Zionist Conference in Washington the weekend of Feb. 13, to blueprint Zionist strategy for the coming months. i/w 0 3 5 m ? St P romi nent Zionist leaders and about 700 delegates attended the conference D r Emanuel Neumann, ZOA president, and Dr. Abba Hillel Saver warned that the United States government would never be allowed to go back on its support of partition. The convention adopted a resolution asking the U.S. to invoke sanctions against the Arab governments promoting aggression against Palestine and re quested that the embargo be lifted to assist Jewish defense forces in their fight to implement the UN partition plan. The United States finally broke its self-imposed silence by suggesting to the Security Council that a committee of th e Big Five "look at once into the question of the possible threats to international peace arising in connection with the Palestine question." In finely gauged, legalistic language, the U.S. pointed out that the Security Council should concern itself solely with the question of "keeping the peace" and could not enforce a political settlement. President Truman let it be known that he supported the proposal in a statement issued by the White House. Congressional leaders, however, took the floor and repeatedly urged that the U.S. continue to support partition. Labor leaders Philip Murray, president of the CIO, and William Green, president of AFL, wrote to the President urging that the U.S. maintain an "uncompromising" policy of support for partition. Henry Wallace, testifying at a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on the European Recov(Continued on Page 44) PAGE THIRTY-THREE TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags by STYLECRAFT 31 N. E. 17th STREET Best Wishes To Our Many Friends INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building PHONE 2-2661 A Most Happy New Year Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fred and Herbert Abrams Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 GEORGE LANGER Owner THE SUNGAS SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COULTO* BROS. SERVICE STATION and GARAGE 840 S. W. 8th Street PhoiM> 3 22 44 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE Domestic-Commercial Service on All Makes 300. H. W. „, h AVE. Ph 9 M M.AMI.F..A. Not Incorporated 2950 N. 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ft %  TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. MORRIS GULKIS AND SON HARVEY A. MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Fenimore Apartment Hotel 1200 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach / '&* t •~~# The Officers and Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education extend best wishes for a Happy New Year to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami Social Commercial and Hotel Stationery Mew year QreetinyA • • Ingravina Company 122 N. E. SIXTH STREET MIAMI 36. FLORIDA Telephone 3-5174 JAMES J. HILL LYLE H. GOODYEAR FRED R. GALEN May Health and Happiness Be Yours During the Coming New Year Florida Wholesale Grocery Co, 50 N. W. 14th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I I H II ROBERTS PLUMBERS DAVH> E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS CONTRACTING — REPAIRS "If Experience Counts — We Count" 7516 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-7685 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors Now Located — 1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-3133 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY C0. f LTD. 3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle Phone 48-6591 CORAL GABLES TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR ST. JOHNS ELECTRIC COMPANY ENGINEERS — CONTRACTORS JOHN SCHRAEDEL III. Owner 83 S.W. 8th Street Phone 9-0463 Greetings from T. B. McGahey Motor Co., Inc. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Dealers SALES and SERVICE Phone 9-6516 1930 N. W. Second Avenue Miami's Oldest Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer MIAMI FLORIDA



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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT +Jewlsttk>rkJkiri FRIDAY, OCTOBER TO ALL GREETINGS LoFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS SERVICE — SATISFACTION 244 N. W. 35th Street, Miami MR. and MRS. Henry M. Krakow Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR KARL SQUIRES ENGINEERS Civil Engineers, Surveyors Maps 210 Calumet Building PHONE 3-8270 SEASON'S GREETINGS Miami Food Store 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone 3-2038 ut s A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MAIM E BALABAM 1334 Washington Avenue • I 1 • TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 8! Mr. and Mrs. HARRY I. MAGID i. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. and MRS. EUGENE WEISS •lack A. Abbott Miami Beach EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR (Continued from Page 55) teaching staffs of schools in Montpellier and Narbonne, in Tarrentum, in Bari, in Salerno, as well as in Sicily and Spain. A long list of eminent Jewish names can be found in the medical annals of the Medieval period. The great Rabbis and philosophers, Miamonides. Ibn Ezra, Rashi, Yehuda Halevi. Ibn Gabirol and Gersonides were famous and competent physicians. Jewish doctors were found in the courts of many important Caliph and Sultan. Some were men of high capacity and they rose to the office of Chief Vizier. as Chasdai Ibn Shaprut in Cordova, or Solomon Ashkenazi in the court of Sultan Selim in Constantinople. It was soon recognized that the Jewish physician was not merely a pedantic healer. He often combined professional skill with a knowledge of theology, mathematics, poetry, astronomy, philosophy. Usually the most learned man in the city, he accepted the position and performed the office of Rabbi in the medieval Jewish community. The Jewish physician, virtually the only competent medico in the Europe of the 10th or 11th cenaristocrat. He stood aloof in a turies. was a true intellectual barbarian society, looking down with philosophic tolerance upon the idolatries of the populace, a statesman understanding and (ven excusing their practices. His Decline With the passing of the centuries, the culture and science, I'll Say Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth and daughter Paula Sue EXTEND THE BEST OF WISHES FOR A JOYOUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MR. and MRS. Ben Essen AND FAMILY the vigor ana creativity of the Moslems declined; their Caliphs degenerated to the level of Bedouin desert robbers. At the same time, learning and science took root in Europe. To the Jewish phvsician both the rise of science in "Italy and the decline of Mohammedan culture proved a calamity. He was no longer necessary to the European world; native students now turned from scholastics to the medical colleges of Padua and Salamanca They soon succeeded to the healing profession that was closing on the Jew by ever increasing restrictions of Church legislation The position of the Jew seemed to decline in Europe in the same ratio as learning and civilization increased. On the other hand, the Mohammedan world became as sterile as the lifeless tree which stands in the forest by the mere force of inertia. In Islamic lands, the Jew lost his former honored position, and together with the Christian, was victimized by the fanatic, illiterate Moslem. His Place in History The Jewish physician has made a significant mark in the progress of civilization. But the fate that seems to pursue the Jew also overtook him. His work, his influence, and his importance have been systematically ignored. In the history of medicine, the contribution made by the Jewish doctor is passed over in silence. After the 16th century, the century of bigotry and cruelty, he becomes more and more rare in Christian society. Manuele de Casena, who attended Sixtus V, is the last of the Hebrew tribe to become a physician to a Pope. The emerging universities with medical instruction, Padua excepted, were closed to Jewish student. Papal restrictions made it difficult, sometimes impossible, for him to get a degree. In former centuries, a large portion of materia medica was in Hebrew or in Arabic, language accessible to all cultivated Jews. This knowledge became antiquated and obsolete, as new medical information was developing into an extensive, complicated science, thanks to the discoveries, inventions, experiments, and up-todate methods in the modern equipped laboratories. It was not until the 19th century that Jews were again to take their place in the medical world, and again to produce scientists of world renown. But the contribution ol tne Jewish physician throughout the centuries cannot be hushed up. A curious and stubborn fact keeps bobbing up. How was it that in the face of canonical restrictions, solemnly enacted by Lateran and Ecumenical councils, forbidding Jewish physicians to heal Christians, or threatening with hell fire such Christians as would avail themselves of the skill or science of Jewish practitioners—how was it the skeptic asks, that Kings and Rulers, Dukes and Princes, Cardinals and Bishops, and the Popes themselves, for a thousand years preferred to employ Jewish physicians? GREETINGS RHOADES INC. (Formerly Miami Furniture Co.) 400 NORTH MIAMI AVE. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 9! REBOZO SHEET METAL WORKS SHEET METAL OF ALL KINDS 440 S. W. 8th Street Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL REBOZO THE METALSMTTH Specialist in Stainless Steel Phone 9-6223 2933 N. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jewistirk>ri(fiarj : %  • !.: Isaiah Sisterhood Schedules Plans The Temple Isaiah Sisterhood, which was organized recently, is planning a varied program for the year. During the Sukos Holiday, or the Festival of Booth, the Sisterhood will erect a Sukah and sponsor a party for the boys and girls of the religious school of the Temple. In addition, plans are being formulated at the present time to have a bazaar, game nights, theater parties, picnics, donor luncheons, book reviews and musical programs. A major feature of the Sisterhood projects is the special Temple Isaiah Sisterhood Bulletin of which Mrs. Gilbert Balkin is editor. This bulletin aims to welcome all newcomers to the Greater Miami area and also aims to acquaint the local resident with people from their former home towns. There arc 100 charter members of the Sisterhood. Election of permanent officers will be held during the October meeting. •Ir. Il'i


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*i*fe.-M r*s— r_ %  %  ^*FRIDAY. O CTOBER 1, 1948 The f e wink By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Q. Why if it universal custom among Jews to celebrate two days as Rosb Hashanah and not one day like the secular New Year? (submitted by F. M.. Philadelphia) A. There are two types of reasons for observing the Jewish New Year as a two-day instead of a one-day holiday. One of the.*e is historical. The other is symbolic. In ancient times, when the new month was ascertained by the appearance of the new moon, there was a difference of time between the observance of festivals in Palestine and in the rest of the world. In Palestine, where the official witnesses could convey their report in time, only one day was observed for each festival. OuV.side of Palestine, where it was difficult to ascertain the exact day of the beginning of the month, two days were observed for each festival, so as to be sure of observing the actual day of the festival. In the case of Rosh Hashanah, even in Palestine two days were observed. Some sources claim another type of reason for the two-day observance of Roth Hashanah. Since Rosh Hashanah is the day upon which human life is judged, it is felt that the procedure should follow the pattern set for law courts according to religious law. The Talmud states that when trying a man for his life, judges cannot pass judgment in one day. At least two days must be spent in consideration of the case. Consequently, the divine tribunal is not supposed to pass judgment upon human life in one day; but rather takes the minimum of two days. And so we observe two days as Rosh Hashanah. Q. What are the "Aseres Yemay TeshuTah?" A. "Aseres Yemay Teshuvah" is the Hebrew term for the "Ten Days of Rependtance." This is the name given to the ten days that run from the first day of Rosh Hi'shanah through Yom Kippur, since Rosh Hashanah begins on A HAPPY NEW YEAR LEWS BEAUTY SHOPPE 1355 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES Our New Home 21 Abneria Ave. CORAL GABLES Phone 4-6921 SEASON'S GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street Quiz Box the first of the month of Tishrai, and Yom Kippur falls on the tenth. These ten days are days of intensive penitence and fervent prayer. Some sects even fast during these ten days. • Q. What is the origin of the importance given these days? A. The Talmud divides humn.ity into three categories before the bar of pudgment. The perfect man's fate is immediately sealed for the good on Rosh Hashanah. The extremely evil person's destiny is immediately sealed for the evil on that day. Those that rest between the two extremes are given a chance between the beginning of the year until the Day of Atonement to repent and cleanse themselves of guilt. From this, the Rabbis went on to add that no man should consider himself perfectly good — no." should he judge his neighbor tn be entirely sinful. It therefore follows that our case lies somewhere between these two ultimate*. Consequently we set aside these days to repent for the sins of the past year. • • Q. What is the historical significance of these days? BEST NEW YEAR WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N. E. 1st Avenue TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 5th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flaaler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club fc Casino Equipment A. Later rabbinic literature has not spared its pages to account for the varied significance ol this period. Rabbi Nehurai is quoted as saying that these ten days of "breathing space" were given to Israel in recognition of Uie ten tests to which the patriasch Abraham was put to test his faith in God. In this light it is chimed that these ten days also s'gnify Abraham's insistence upon saving the evil cities of Sodom tnd Gomorrah if there be at least ten righteous men. To us it signifies that if we can spend at least ten righteous days successively, we deserved to be saved and forgiven. Rabbi Abba is quoted as saying that these ten days were given Israel in which to repent because the Patriarch Jacob counted his possessions in tens and gave one out of every ten away as tithe. GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC INC RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-8284—7-3082 PAGE TWENTY-THREE --------------------BEST WISHES GREETINGS Up-lo-Date Van Service FOR A LEW M. CISCO HAPPY NEW YEAR Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 W. A. GLASS % % % %  % % % % %  % %  < %  %  % % % %  i^i SFASON'S GREETINGS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. $ HENRY SHIER C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) and FAMILY AND HENRY'S Established 1804 AUTO PARTS 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-6481 PHONE 3-1427 Happy 1% #M? Year V Mr. and Mrs. ff Edw." Mrt*er Season's Greetings! Smith Boulevard Pharmacy 79th Street and Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-5567 607 East Las Olai Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Phone 37 $ %  $ and Family extend cotcUcU Tfetv'tyeiMA d^fteetitt^ OUR SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK —of— MIAMI BEACH MARCIE LIEBERMAN Vice President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BYRON'S Formerly Red Cross Department Store $ Happy New Year Man the New Year hrina uou Healtk and Happiness W



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PHEAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948 > kvisl IkrMicir) PAGE SEVEN *at"l Horn Show At Bayfront Park Set for Nov. 21 The latest in home furnishings and building materials will be D -esented to South Florida homemakers on November 21 when the second annual Miami National Home Show begins a weeklong program at Bayfront Park auditorium. Ray Fleming, chairman of the Home Show committee of the Builders Association of South Florida, sponsors of the event, -evealed that every effort was being made to present exhibits of maximum interest to the pubOne of the main attractions of the event will be an information C e-ter to answer questions on home building in this area. FuU details of every aspect of home building, including construction techniques, material, lot selector, financing, furnishings and decoration will be available at the show. The newest in residential air conditioning, heating. stoves, deep freezers, television sets, sewing machines and other appliances, also will be on display for homemakers. Even motion pictures will be part of the exposition, with several exhibitors planning to present continuous movies of interest to home owners, present and future. Most of the leading firms in the home building industry in South Florida are planning exhibits at the November show, while arrangements are being completed for additional exhibitors, according to George S. Miller, exhibits sub-committee chairman. More than 75,000 persons attended last year's event and the Builders Association is forecasting an even higher attendance t the November show. Joycees Against Building Apts. On Firestone Estate Marvin Kimmel, president of the Miami Beach Jaycees, has announced that his organization has gone on record as endorsing the action of the Miami Beach City Council in contesting the decision of the Circuit Court re-zo*r ing the Firestone estate for apartments and hotels. The Jaycees further reaffirm their own position that the property be re-zoned so as to be made into a park for the public. The organization further recommended that the city of Miami Beach retain a Miami Beach law firm to work together with the city attorney representing the city in current litigation with regard to the Firestone estate. A Miami law firm is now acting as .counsel for the city in this matter. 2 Sermons by Mescheloff Appear in Manual Two sermons by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff appear in the %  sixth edition of the "Sermon Manual." • selection of the 25 best sermons c :he year. The manual is published annually by the Rabbinical Council of America, which includes over 300 Rabbis of the U.S. an d Cana da. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE Ludman Corp. ~\ PHONE 3-6491 21 N. W. 21st STREET MR. and MRS. i BILL GLICK ^\ and Sons WISH A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Harry Pearl Herman Pearl THE PEARL BROTHERS Associated with MORT TISCHLER Announce the Opening of SOUTHERN FOOD DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. In the Same Location for Eight Years 1725 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phone 3-0021 Distributors of the Finest and WellKnown National Food Products Southern Food Distributors irilf shortly make available to Greater Miami merchants one of the outstanding lines of Kosher Meat Prod' uets under the strictest^ recognized and unquestioned Rabbinical supervision. Watch for formal announcement of our opening and complete list of our products Call Harry and Herman Pearl or Mort Tisehler at Southern Food Distributors, Inc.. and receive the usual cordial, cheery excellent service and quality merchandise that made the PEARL HROTHERS so popular these many years. •



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FRIDAY OCTOBER 1. 1948 *Jewisii Fk>riaffann PAGE SIXTY-NINE $ RUBIN BROS, PLASTERING CONTRACTORS Phone 9-4573 169 N. E. 31st Street yt NEW YEAR GREETINGS W E I. L S Leisure Apparel for Him & Her 5-7 178 JOE LINN — Lincoln at Collins TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR W. CARROLL WILSON Real Estat* Consultant duPont Building GREETINGS PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN A. LYDEN MICKEER AND LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone 4-6417 1202 Ponce De Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR WILLIAM G. GRACE All Branches of Real Estate SPECIALIZING IN SMALL HOMES AND HOMESITES 10970 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 78-4517 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL V KING BAKE SHOP SOL PIKARSKY 1894 S. W. Eighth Street Miami SEASONS GREETINGS MIAMI TOOL & MFG. CO. MANUFACTURING MACHINE WORK TOOLS — DIES — FIXTURES — JIGS ELECTRIC & GAS WELDING — GAGES Phone 9-4116 2101 N. W. 1st Ave. Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MERCER HARDWARE & PAINT CO. "The Wonder Store" You wonder if we have it—We wonder where it is, and you wonder how we found it B P S Paint Nu-Enamel Dupont Paint Seeds Fertilizers Somay Art Cement SEC Gable Tite Building Supplies Men's Work Clothes Electrical Appliances School Supplies Small Tool Rentals FLOYD T. MERCER 2617 N. W. 7th Street Phone 4-1208 Miami 35. Florida BEST WISHES TO ALL ROBERT MINERVINI ROBERT'S NEW SKY CLUB % 3604 S. W. 8th Street—On The Trail Phone 4-9385 MiamL Fla. Childhood Holiday (Continued from Page 68) to "Slicoth" and mother wouldn't have disturbed the sleep of her only son at this unearthly hour even if he had gone, many of my childhood playmates and friends were roused from their beds at 3 or 4 in the morning and probably made up for their loss of sleep by some spiritual gain. Rosh Hashonah itself was a pleatsant holiday for the kids even though it lacked the joyous playfulness of Purim or Pesach. In the first place, we were usually decked out in new suits of clothing on the great holiday and it was pleasant to show yourself in Schul all dressed up in your blue knee-pants and blue coat. In Schul on Rosh Hashonah you met the whole town, as well as Jews r rom villages that were many niles away, and native sons and 'aughters who had gone to the Hg cities to settle returned to 'own to spend the High Holidays vith their families. It was interesting to hear the grown-ups talk ind gossip about all these people. ;ome of whom had made a great success in the great, wide world that seemed so remote from our small, narrow one. Though Rosh Hashonah was not i holiday for visiting neighbors and friends in their homes, one made up for that by the informal "hats outside the Schul during the two long morning prayer services. And in the afternoon of the second day, as the New Year holiday was about to end, folks went together to "Tashlich," to the river, where by saying certain prayers and turning their pockets inside out they would symbolically throw away their sins. To get to the river we had to go through some thickly covered woods. Woods—their trees, wild flowers and birds — are always appealing to children. The ceremony at the river that followed the explorations of Mother Nature seemed like an -eminently fitting dramatic end to this "holiday of remembrance" — communion with nature followed by communion with God. Yom Kippur is no holiday, as that word is often understood, but a fast day. Children who had not reached the Bar Mitzvah age even in very Orthodox homes, were not supposed to appreciate the full significance of that great Day of Judgment. They needed to fast only half a day and, though they were nominally supposed to be in Schul nearly all day long with the grown-ups, they were forgiven if they spent most of the day outside the synagogue and came in only for the most important prayers. They couldn't of course, indulge in games of quarreling or any sort of childish pranks on this Day of Atonement. There was something in the Yom Kippur atmosphere which forbade that sort of thing—and no parental restraint was necessary to keep the children well-behaved. Kol Nidre night was not exactly enjoyable—you had to sit in Schul nearly three hours in a pretty stuffy atmosphere — but yet had its thrills. All the older, more pious men wore white shrouds, while the younger, and less pious wore "taleisim," prayer-shawls, which are worn at no evening service except that of Yom Kippur. When the rabbi during his sermon would mention the fact that none of us could bi certain whether we would be alive next Yom Kippur an awful wail would rise from the women's gallery and it took the "Gabbai," the president, of the Schul quite a while to restore silence so that the rabbi could go on with hi* sermon, could again refer to the uncertainty of our fate during the coming year, could again cause a great tear-letting from the women's gallery and again force the "Gabbai" to restore order. Since a child whose age was below Bar Mitzvah was allowed to eat something on Yom Kippur afternoon, it was his privilege to come home and help himself to (Continued on Fage 73) TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR Boyer's Poultry & Egg Farm Phone 88-1701 4650 Palm Ave. Hialeah. Florida Dr. and Mrs. William IIBernstein and Family EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS THEIR GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I f' j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner and Family 1926 S.W. 17th Terrace Wish all their friends and relatives a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR City Construction Corporation GENERAL CONTRACTORS 150 N.W. 73rd Street Miami Ohmer Cash Registers Speed-O-Print Duplicators Victor Adding Machines Ediphone Voice Writers Woodstock Typewriters Portable Typewriters All Makes IIADE TYPEWRITER CO. SALES — REPAIRS — SUPPLIES 198 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5335 i! %  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 Street Phone 3-7200 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J J I A 11 IK I: Y BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLEEMAN BUILDERS 690 N. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1948 A HAPPY NEW YEAR' UPHOLSTERY CLEANING FURNITURE ACE RUG CLEANERS CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rug. Mak* H.althy Hom.t HugiClaanad.DyadfcDamoihad Carpat Laying fc RaoairiBo 26 S. W. South Rive, Drive Phone 9-1155 l^cmU 36 Aa +Jenis§i fkrkMam PAGE THIRTY-NINE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KING FINISH PLASTER CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone: 3-2031 260 N. W. 27th Street Miami. Florida IVAN TARBERT GEORGE TARBERT TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Nursing Service SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. Phone* 48-1751 — 4-7777 YOUR SATISFACTION — OUR PLEASURE 2192 S.W. 22nd Avenue mami BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR § HUDSON ESTAVER, INC. 2020 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-3636 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA CARTAGE CO. TRANSFER and EXPRESS 400 S.W. First Avenue Phone 3-3217 GREETINGS Phone 2-6187 SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLIND CO. SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLINDS |M? MANUFACTURERS W 28th s,r P. O. Box 85 Allapattah Station D MIAMI 37, FLORIDA "••THIBUTOM OF VENETIAN BLIND HARDWARE, TAPE AND CORD To ALL ...A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—SERVE WITH PRIDE MRS. NATT'S BAKERY 51 r CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLLS WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY 61 M tif u WHOLESALE and RETAIL i W. 38th Street Phona 7-1649 GREETINGS "The Home of Da The NEW Jewish Generation In Europe (Continued from Page 35) European center of Hebraic learning. This high school is but one unit in JDC's educational system aimed at equipping thousands of children, many of whom were denied schooling for two, three or even eight and nine years, for the future. In the 327 primary and second ary schools, where over 20 000 tiny children are beginning their formal education; in the Talmud Torahs, Hebrew schools, and chedcrm (religious schools), attendee! by over 6,300 youngsters; in the 38 Yeshivoth, Rabbinical schools and colleges, in which 1,700 students are enrolled, the Jewish youth of Europe is preparing for the years ahead. To help them start on the right foot, many of them have been given aptitude and intelligence tests by JDC psychologists. Specialized training for careers has also been undertaken by JDC In JDC-supported ORT vocational training facilities, older Jewish children are provided the opportunity to learn trades, both in industry and agriculture. Over 46,000 are enrolled in almost a thousand courses, including leather work, diamond setting, weaving, animal husbandry, and radio repairing. From this type of enterprise come heart-warming reports of boys and girls on the road back—stories like that of sixteen-year-old Olga, a former inmate of the Budapest ghetto and Nazi slave labor camps, who almost single handedly now supports her large family by working in a print shop—a trade she was taught in a vocational center, where she received a salary as well as a JDC subsidy. From the tiniest tot first grasping the alphabet in a rural school in the Bakony Forest in Hungary to the select group mastering higher studies at the Sorbonne in Paris, Europe's Jewish children, aided by the JDC, are laying the foundation for useful citizenship. European Jewish youth is thus being given the wherewithal and encouragement to prepare themselves for the future. Hopeful of starting new lives in Israel, many are aided in their efforts by the Youth Aliyah movement, whose hemes throughout Europe receive their funds from the JDC. Still others will find new homes in the U.S., Canada and other lands assisted by JDC's Emigration Department. Many more will remain in Europe, rebuilding on the ashes of the past. Thus, as the shofar ushers in another year in the era of Jewish revival abroad, America's Jews can take pride in the knowledge that they are helping to rear a new and strong generation of European Jewry. And taking stock of the accomplishments of the past year, the American Jewish community will surely resolve to sustain its efforts in the pursuit of this noble aim. TO ALL .A HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR Charles B. Cleveland 605 Lincoln Road EDNA HARRIS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRIS-LASHER 620 Lincoln Road "THE HALF & LARGE SIZE SHOP" Specializing Exclusively in SIZES 14 1 / 2 2 6 1 /2 18-52 LADIES' APPAREL PHONE 5-9004 EDNA LASHER NEW YEAR GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS Plymouth — DeSoto 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue p hone 3.334! To All Our Friends and Patrons NEW YEAR WISHES W. J. FICHT General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILWAY GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bldg. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL f EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N. W. 7th Ave. Service On All Makes Radios TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON Wilson Garage, Inc. 170 N. E. First Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JAFRA, INC. Steel Product* 317 N. E. 71st Street Phone 7-4571 HAPPY NEW YEAR SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th St General Repairing WRECKER SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT SEASON'S GREETINGS Women's Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone 1 % 



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. Tail Accountant 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS +Jeisii rkriciirir, The Year In Washington PAGE FORTY-FIVE V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. and MRS, MANNING J. ROSNICK and Family (Continued from Page 44) Council to call for an Arab-Jewsh truce in Palestine and asked for a special session of the Gentm!tn l Semb y t0 consider the tiusteeship plan On April l the'security Council agreed to both U.S. proposals and the special session opened on SSSLft T he spotlight once m !" shifted from Washington to Lake Success where UN members, with infinite weariness, took up still another proposed plan for the Holy Land-the 3-year temporary trusteeship asked by the United States. $ Dr. Abraham Wolf son AND The Spinoza Forum Miami Beach. Florida Wish For All Jewry A HAPPIER NEW YEAR COMPLIMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Williams and Family On April 20 the U.S. laid before the UN a detailed -'working paper • outlining its proposals for the trusteeship plan for Palestine Should it become netessary Ambassador Austin said, the' United States woud be willing to join with other countries to send troops to police Palestine. This provisional commitment of U.S. troops for use in the Holy Land immediately stirred sharp Congressional comment from both sides of the fence. Rep. Lawrence H. Smith asserted, in an angry speech to the House floor, that the President had no power to send troops abroad without prior Congressional approval. The next day President Truman took issue with this Congressional critics. He told a news conference that as Commander.inChief of the United States armed forces he did have the power to send U.S. troops to Palestine if he saw fit. But, he said, the U.S. had promised to send troops as part of an international police force, emphasizing that it was not a unilateral gesture. A few minutes earlier, in a debate on the Senate floor, Senator Arthur Vandenberg, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, had flatly stated that he had not been consulted about the use of American troops. Nor, he said acidly, was he consulted before the U.S. changed its policy with TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PROVIDENT JEWELRY and LUGGAGE COMPANY 24 N. Miami Avenue regard to partition. He refused to say definitely whether be believed Congressional authorization was required. That question lay in the "twilight zone" of Presidential authority and the limits of that had never been clearly defined, he said. Within the days that followed several Senators and Congressmen asked the U.S. to recognize the provisional Jewish government that had been set up in Palestine. Meanwhile, the U.S., Belgium and France were appointed members of the UN Truce Commission which was to carry out the terms of the Security Council's truce resolution. In fulfilling this obligation this country sent 125 military observers—Army, Navy and Marine Corps officers—to assist Count Folke Bernadotte to carrying out the truce. U.S. Navy communication equipment and personnel, three small Navy ships and some small planes also were sent to Count Bernadotte's headquarters in the next few months. Indicating the increasinglv serious attitude that the U.S. government was taking towards its policy in the Middle East, the President created a special Stat< Department post on Palestine Affairs and on April 28 named General John H. Hilldring a special assistant to the Secretary of State to fill the post. Several weeks later, however, Gen. Hilldring wrote Secretary Marshall that ill health prevented him from taking the job. In the meantime, warfare in the Holy Land had increased to such an extent that the State Department refused to grant passports for travel in Palestine where there appeared to be "no good reason" for traveling there. The department advised applicants to reapply later "when conditions may be more normal." In early May another rumor was born that the U.S. would again change its policy on Palestine. It was quickly scotched by Administration spokesmen. President Truman told White House callers that he still wholeheartedly backed partition. But the truth was slowly dawning on the world. The Jews, at the cost of many lives, trials and sacrifices, had succeeded where the UN had failed—they had enforced partition. While the UN struggled with unsuccessful substitute plans the Jews had built a state and established a government. Partition was a fact. As this was realized many voices appealed to the U.S. to recognize the state. "We will cross that bridge when we come to it," both President Truman and Secretary of State Marshall told press conferences on May 13, less than two days before the British Mandate was to end. Thus, it was a dramatic surpnee when th e White House suddenly announced—at ten minutes after six on May 14—that the U.S bad recognized the Provisional Government of Israel. "This government had been informed that a Jewish state has been proclaimed in Palestine and recognition has been requested by the Provisional Government thereof," the President's statement read. "The United States recognizes the Provisional Government as the de facto authority of the new state of Israel." And so, in the year 5708, fifty years after the formal launching of the political Zionist movement, the state of Israel was not only reborn but was granted recognition within minutes after its proclamation by the United States. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Goldstein Clothing Exchange 439 N. Miami Ave. Miami Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN and Family Extend New Year Wishes To All In the Heart of Downtown Miami TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 Opp. Cor. Elks Club BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES SEASON'S GREETINGS £! MR. AND MRS. Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding Of All Jewelry A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TOWERS HOTEL 332 S.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-7611 SEASON'S GREETINGS Savory Bake Shop TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GOOD IICII PAINTING CO. PHONE 5-0840 PAINTING • PAPERHANGING DECORATING • WATERPROOFING THOMAS GODDARD 1901 West Ave. Miami Beach 9! GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1849 James Avenue PHONE 5-3849 MIAMI BEACH uflppy u imnvMrp REAL HOME-MADE Imnni H. WfliNtn BAKED GOODS "Musical Instruments Repaired" BOUGHT and SOLD Distributor for Dampp-Chaser 507 N. W. Miami Court 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH PHONE 3-5221 Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner A HAPPY NEW YEAR GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. "32 N. W. 36th St. 2-2494 Associated with WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A SYKES HARDWARE. INC. VERY 78-1695 HAPPY Pints. Houiewarei, Tools. Gifts. Fishing Tackle. Appliances 2M N. E. 79th Street NEW YEAR GREETINGS H. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 2-5511 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" ALL GOOD WISHES for a NEW YEAR H. H. LEWIN Real Estate 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5373 Miami. Fla. 1369 N. Bayshore Drive TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES HAPPY NEW YEAR DADECOMMONWEALTH TITLE INSURANCE CO. T. J. BOMAR, President ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant In Dade County AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 139 N. E. 1st Street



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i^HBBHHj %  mm FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 *Jeistincridlk>n Will the Israeli State Have? PAGE TWENTY-FIVE American agricultural society of Jefferson's time, and secondly, the power of business later on, which wanted to keep the American government weak so that private monied interests, big coroorations, should have the upper hand over it. Some day, perhaps, in the near future, America may wake up to find it needs strong, responsible and truly representative government and then th constitution will have to be altered in many respects. Under the French system of government the President, who is not elected by the people but by parliament, has no real executive powers, his functions being mainly ceremonial like that of the British King. The executive power is in Ihe hands of a cabinet, headed by a premier, which sits in parliament and can be unseated by parliament through a vote of no confidence. But the cabinet, on the other hand, hasn't the power to dissolve parliament and put the issue of its disagreement with parliament before a vote of the people, as is the case with the British system. This and the system of proportional representation makes for a multiplicity of parties in the French parliament and means that the government of the day—the cabinet—has no solid majority, only a temporary coalition of parties, to lean upon for support. Thus French government, too, is rendered: weak and its parliament, like the American congress, often acts as an irresponsible body, maneuvering to throw out a cabinet only because thereby some small party might gain an advantage. Under the British system (and that means not only England but all the Dominions a well), which the Scandinavians, the Dutch and the Belgians have followed, Parliament wields a stick over the cabinet through its right of giving it a vote of no confidence, while the cabinet holds an equal power over parliament through its right of dissolving it and calling for a popular election. Thus the cabinet is a! le to hold its party maNEW YEAR GREETINGS C RAY MARTIN PLUMBING & HEATING MM Alton Road, Miami Beach Phone 5-3700 TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Ave. Miami Beach TO ALL ... A A HAPPY NEW YEAR Fr <>"t A Snack to A Steak" Ally's Coral Inn Restaurant The Only Original Sally Kitchen Under Personal Supervision of Famous CHEF BEN FIRESTONE MS. W 1*1 jority in line, since the threat of being obliged to run again for a seat in Parliament in mid-term is a very serious one for the individual legislator, while at the same time the party majority may, if it wishes, vote no confidence in the government if it thinks the issue is serious enough to risk a new election. Furthermore, the British countries have no proportional representation of paities in parliament, so that many small parties are not encouraged to grow and make the government dependent on their precarious good will by their adherence to a coalition of parties. Thus among all the democracies in the world the British, and those countries which follow their system with differenet variations, have the strongest—most responsible and most representativegovernment. I do not think there is a chance that the people of Israel will adopt the American governmental system of perpetual legislative— executive clashes, since most of the people there have lived undei European system of cabinet government and have been accustomed to thinking of political democracy in those terms. I think, however, that there is danger that they might find, mainly for reasons of sentiment and of kinship of temperament between Jews ana French, that the French system of parliamentary irresponsibility and governmental weakness is preferable to the British system of mutual responsibility. There is an understandable dislike in Israel today toward the Britihs because of the attitude taken toward the Jewish state by the Atlee-Bevin Labor governmen during the past few years. There is also a kinship between the Jewish and French political temperament in that Jews, like the French, tend to cling passionately to party ideologies and to split off from ar older party and form a new one on only a slight pretext. However, in this vital matter of getting strong, responsible and truly representative government may I suggest to the citizens of Israel that they do some hard thinking instead of letting themselves be carried away by emotion. After all, the British govern mental structure is not the same thing as Foreign Minister Bevin. who may not even be Foreign Minister any more by the time this article is published; it is no< only England, but also Canada and Australia and South Africa and New Zealand, some of whon have been very friendly to Zionism in recent times. And as to the Continued on Page 32) GEO. M. ABASLEM. JR. 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. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dunlop Leal her Goods Store "If It's Leather, We Have It" ZIPPERS REPAIRED REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS 108 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5475 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cannes 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 GREETINGS May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations and Everlasting Peace to All Mankind FLORIDA IIM> SERVICE 100 N. W. 20lh STREET GREETINGS Phone 7-1136 GEO. H. CAREL & SON CREATORS OF FINE FURNITURE 5570 N.E. Fourth Are. Miami 38, Florida NORMAN B. CABEL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR American Sign & Advertising Co. 1184 N.W. 62nd Street Phone 7-1689 GREETINGS Telephone 4-4545 ALRRIGHT ELECTRIC Miami 35, Florida 1001 S.W. 27th Ave. H. G. ALBRIGHT TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. gj 1299 N.W. 23rd Street Miami, Florida ^^ GREETINGS TO ALL RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS Phone 78-3432 RAY SIDE SHEET METAL WORKS 1095 N.W. 36th ST. MIAMI 37 FUL "Steel When You Want It" STRUCTURAL REINFORCING METAL WINDOWS — OPEN-WEB JOISTS ROLLING STEEL DOORS — WOOD OVERHEAD DOORS TRUSCON STEEL PRODUCTS BUSHNELL STEEL PRODUCTS. Inc. 4100 N. W. 37th Court Phone 88-2466 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Phone 83-1623 FERGUSON & ROBERTS, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 616 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH Wishes to extend to the Jewish Citizenry of this community best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year...



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TZ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948 +JelsHk*Mian PAGE NINETEEN A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Miami Poultry, Fish & Egg Co. Specializing In fUMBO SHRIMP. CRAB MEAT. FRESH KILLED CHICKEN AND TURKEYS Hotels & Restaurants Supplied 1145 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-6440 E. A. APOSTLE, Prop. TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Atfolite Neon Sign Co. 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 GREETINGS SCHNEIDER DYNAMITE and MACHINERY Company 14! 990 N. W. N. River Drive Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Stybold Bldg. Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 Sincere Withes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS. Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2-5960 — 2-3274 GREETINGS MITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 Israeli Film Making By DAVID BROWN An important step towards the establishment of a full-blown film industry in Israel was taken the other day when Spyros P. Skouras, president of Twentieth Century-Fox, undertook the distribution of '"Israel Reborn." This one-reel documentary, the first of the monthly series which is to have the overall title of "Israel Today," will thus be shown in motion picture theaters through)ut the world, and will bring to audiences everywhere a firsthand account of the creation of (he Jewish state. The release by a major film company of this first documentary reel; an arrangement with Telenews to distribute newsreel material; and the arrival within the next two or three months of 'A Place Called Home," the lirst full-length feature picture to come out of Israel—these are the three pillars upon which the structure of Palestine Films, Inc., producers of all the above, is being built. They are the concrete supports upon which an Israeli film industry becomes less a vision and more a reality. Palestine Films is headed by Norman Lourie, a South African Jew, and Joseph Krumgold, an American. Lourie is now in the United States (on leave from Haganah, of which he is a member; and has been conducting active negotiations for the distribution and circulation of his company's vai iegated film output. Krumgold is in Tel Aviv, where he arrived from Jerusalem folowing the recent lifting of the Holy City's si€ge. Each brings to the new enterprise a background of solid experience. Lourie has been, and still is, active in distribution and exhibition of films in South Africa. He was a correspondent with the Jewish Brigade during the war and made a number of documentary films for and about that unit of the British Army. Krumgold is a former writer of screenplays in Hollywood, a producer of documentary shorts for the Office of War Information during the war and wil probably be bestremembered at the moment as co-author of "Magic Town." Lourie is as optimistic about the film industry in Israel as he is about Israel itself. "Palestine is the finest natural studio in the world," he declared, "with a climate much like that of Southern California, but better. There's sunshine ten months of the year and every type of topography for location shooting within a twohour drive. There are mountains, plains, desert, forests, wide beaches, ocean and the remarkable Sea of Galilee." The plan of Palestine films is to (Continued on Page 30) GREETINGS Commercial Refrigeration and Soda Fountain Repairs Sandman Refrigeration Phone 4-2642 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BILL'S MARKET "A Complete Food Store" 1405 S. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-1285 BILL SHANNON, Prop. SEASON'S GREETINGS from Mans Brothers RADIO 2210 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-4958 SEASON'S GREETINGS $ MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY ft 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Fagan Take This Opportunity To Wish Their Many. Many Friends A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS PRINTING ARTS 320 W. Flagler Street JACK. JESSE AND HERMAN TEITLER NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Pacific Building MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blue Prints— Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St PHONE 3-5777 NE W YE AR GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street MIAMI BEACH PHONE 8-1422 Bedouins Fight For Israel By BEN LEVITAN Among the Israeli Army Forces on the northern front is a tribe of Bedouin, led by a veteran commander of the Palmach. The home of the tribe of Hib, which numbers some 500 souls, is the village of Tuba, about three miles south of Mishmar Hayarden. Under British Mandatory rule, the tribesmen lived by smuggling, highway robbery and the like; and their varied, if unlawful, occupations brought them into constant conflict with other Bedouin tribes across the Syrian border, which were similarly engaged. The British sometimes made use of the Hib tradesmen to curb the activity of the Syrian Bedouin, who used to carry out forays across the border. On one occasion the elders of Hib decided to sell part of their village land. They approached the proper authority, the Arab National Fund, and offered the land at a bargain price. But the Fund tried to swindle them. It paid out only part of the purchase price, and made arrangements to transfer the whole of the land to an Arab notable who happened to be a prominent official of the Fund. The Sheikh of the tribe thereupon went to the Jews and offered the land to them, and even managed to secure the agreement of the Fund to this step, since it was unable to find the necessary means to complete the purchase. Despite this, however, the Arab notables proclaimed the Sheikh a traitor to his people, and threatened him with death. Sheikh Abu Yusuf Ihein, who rules the tribe of Hib, is a strongwilled man of about sixty. He is a born leader, and his tribesmen accept his leadership without question. Nor is his authority confined to his own tribe: he is the final arbiter on points of law and in disputes over a considerable area around his village. A man such as he was not to be intimidated by the threats ol the so-called '"nationalist'' notaolcs: he bought arms and made ready to defend himself. When Syria declared war on the infant state of Israel, Sheikh Abu Yusuf approached the Israel Army authorities and sought their protection. He also offered his services in the fight against the common foe. In this, however, not all members of the tribe followed theii leader's injunction. The Sheikh's brother took a group of men with him and crossed the border into ayria. There was even a case where a family was broken up over this issue: the father went to Syria, while his son remainea cehind with the Sheikh. The Israeli Army accepted the (Continued on Page 26) NEWMAN'S SIGNS "WE MADE SIGNS BEFORE WE COULD TALK" 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-1603 NEW YEAR GREETINGS GUNN & GUNN GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS 69 N. E. 36th Street 7-3962 III I GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively HUGHES SEED STORE US S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121 Dade County Newsdealers Supply Co. Distributors of of SOUVENIR POST CARDS FOLDERS — BOOKLETS Miami Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Hollywood Key West Coral Gables Hialeah and General Florida Telephone 3-6321 Post Card Department 210-212 N. W. First Court Dr. and Mrs. MAURICE J. ROSE with HOWARD and DONALD Wish to Extend to All Their Friends Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR WHERE THE ELITE MEET" SHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A. M. 15 N. 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^^j5L ^T— %  i %  %  PAGE TWENTY-TWC +Jeitf fkr***r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1949 Sound Of Shofar r _-f'i1 BIST WISHES A HAPPY NEW YEAl Mr. and Mr*. IfAUK Y SIRKI> difficulty % r.undreds of Jew_ :•,---, ,--tel] fee age o: sen She •*•" dressec -,:"',/'ar.i %  small, cheap • • ide your 4 sk setr.er. ana %  -•-•-.---cK.iea J %  -tr r .---.. -v.: %  .:: • • %  ; %  ; ;_;. han the dotted line ana '-'" %  .%  earette and leaned back in rrur.g >ut N. matter how -.; j • ard them --_;; ;;..;:. 3 f. v." C V dvi-T^ tO -CaVe nmune If nly you and take their hands ith an >pen heart, even %  -: %  rhe bitter memories. -. .-._^,.r~.r£ in the Straight:': aim It too Best Wishes For a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR $ HYLAX KOI T and Family MIAMI BEACH -----• imp -r.hr.: to me." -~" .: juivenng lips and a drawn, barlook at her, the 50-yearK.ld %  _\ -" ; \ _. j L to. it d i m some negative ^42 *~>* :• be an but :here ... :..:~~:~~. : .. Ot en in waiting. -'_ ;-. %  : _-. >tain transportation it the answer will "-. : %  laU Her voice was torn and __ ;. '..... to hear n rise to such a r.igh t right about 1 %  %  sounded. '-"-' %  '. %  %  -: I must hear the sound 01 tr.e .. r it this be too late an to faU, not in a torrent of emoSEASON'S GREETINGS Phone 7-6288 SHEET METAL SPECIALTY CO. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 187 N. W. 54thJ3treet Miami 38, Florida B. C. TILLER RM. BOTTOM A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and DAUGHTER AND EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1726 N. W. 36th Street p k ne 2 6550 --. iduy .patiently. It was aland t but this was your BEST WISHES TO ALL a tte ar.d n tic tl t when you struck it was an angry, bitter gesture -/.. r • ... • ad your eyes could not' t though *'ere You felt your lifficulty. You listened •red her rds -. %  %  ays [was told that I : %  ,.;-•... They bad kept me in an years and I -:d not care what hapWe felt then that it was our brought to heaven and i rot and die This what happens to the : u ":' nevei -.--•.and, you are not a 'katzetrak I are a special breed. Bat the 'ibecause after the liberation I I and alwajrs I had dreamt land. So I got oetter and on the night they ive the hospital, I had a im 1 dreamt that I will become young again and bfe again only if I stand near the Wailing the sounding of the Shofar on the R. .-. H asl nah earn is I ...• but most of the time I know that it • What I have seen makes me believe mytrking i I an ..._• in years and I have in my heart life I : me, as trough I will rise from ack to life in our country. CASEY PIANO CO. AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS 2242 S.W. 8th St. Miaml Fla HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Phon. 7-1675 "14 %  4,h ^ G & L ROOFING CO. BONDED ROOFERS GENERAL SHEET METAL WORKERS TILE ROOFS BUILT-UP GRAVEL ASBESTOS SHINGLES ASBESTOS SIDING J. H. LOVERIN VENTILATION SKYLIGHTS AIR DUCTS SOLAR SYSTEMS MIAMI, FLORIDA :r.grave a..z. aacn ... ui cuunirj ... AiiirthEII '•'" liberation in tr.e DP ca nAKJ I HArrll haver.-: Now I know the dream mi I/MM VIIMI I a-i-fc mps and I ust be true. Pan American Bank Building :or noxr.. :. %  %  ..-.:. Please, make a tnira le :' me, send me among the first. I must hear the Shofai in J r. Please ." NEW YEAR GREETINGS John B. Orr. Inc. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 89-2424 485 N. W. 54th Street TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR T DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS Phones 48-2465—48-9862 3775 South Dixie Highway Miami Florida PEPSI-COLA COMPANY. LONG ISLANDN. Yj^ pchiaed Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BQTTLINGC^-^^



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rpmAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948 vJewisti fioridttar) PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE \ l y jSOjj OUR TIMES DR. EMANUEL NEUMANN TCKT BY MH ty '"'^'_. ft0RN IN WS TO A JEWISH FAMILY WHICH WAS THE FIRST IM AMERICA TO USE HEBREW AS THE LANGUAGE OF THE HOME, HE WAS TO BECOME ONE Of THE OUTSTAMDING FIGURES OF AMERICAN ZIONISM •ssasr WHILE STILL A YOUNGSTER HE JOINED THE THEODORE HERZL ZIONIST CLUB IN NEW YORK. AT 17, HE WAS AMONG THE ORGANIZERS OF YOUNG JUDAEA. IN 1921 HE ORGANIZED THE AMERICAN BRANCH OF THE PALESTINE FOUNDATION FUND, SERVING AS ITS SECRETARY FOR 4YEARS. ONE OF THE INITIATORS OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL IN 19*5, HE SERVED AS CHAIRMANJJF ITS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IN 1926. X PEEPLY INTERESTED IN GENERAL EDUCATIONS RECEIVED HIS A.B. DEGREE FROM COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY AND TAUGHT ENGLISH FOR SOME TIME INTHEN.Y.C.HIGH SCHOOLS.LATER NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CONFERRED THE PE6REE OF DR-QF JURISPRUDENCE UPON HIM IN I9Z8.HE WAS ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND IN THE UNITED STATES. IN 1951. HE WAS ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE WORLD ZIONIST EXECUTIVE.HE WENT TO PALESTINE,CONVINCED THAT ISRAEL WOULD WCOME A REALITY INTHE COMING FUTURE. HE BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF PALESTINE SURVEYS FOR THE PROPOSED JORPAN VALLEY AUTHORITY. HE DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY IN DEFENDING THE PALESTINE CASE AT THE INQUIRY COMMITTEE HEARINGS IN WASHINGTON. ON HIS RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES I9J9, HE BECAME VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL AND CONCENTRATED ON POLITICAL AFFAIRS OF THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT. Firsts First professional employee in the WMAs was the librarian. The library of the New York YMHA (oldest existing Center in the country, which was established in 1874), opened in 1886, became the nucleus of the Aguilar Free Public Library, which in turn became a part of the New York Public Library. Rev. Isaac Lesser's library was given to the Philadelphia YMHA in 1876 and was catalogued by the young Cyrus Adler, later to be one of the leaders of American Jewry. TO ALL GREETINGS VENETIAN MARKET 108 N. E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 2-5941 GREETINGS ORNAMENTAL IRON BUILDING PRODUCTS CO. 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 82-4683 Miami, Fla. First secretary-treasurer of the Chattanooga YMHA in 1878 was Adolph S. Ochs, later the worldfamous publisher of the New York Times. Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch, who became one of the towering figures of the American rabbinate, was the father of the Louisville YMHA. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL C B. Price Co. REFRIGERATION 1628 S. W. Flagler Terrace Miami, Fla. Phone 2-2728; 9-4024 TO ALL GREETINGS U SOUTHLAND CHEVROLET INC. COMPLETE PASSENGER CAR FACILITIES 1125 N. E. 2nd Avenue COMPLETE TRUCK FACILITIES 1714 N. W. 1st Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami AIM-BUND Company HURRICANE PROTECTION TEN TO FIFTEEN DEGREES COOLER Aluminum Jalousies Hurricane Plate Glass Shutters Finger-tip Control ** Protection • 4401 Ponce De Leon Boulevard "• 48-6596 TIREJISS,ENER6£TIC,HE WAS AN OUTSTANDING MEMBER OFTHt JEWISH AGENCY DELEGATION ATTHE UNITED NATIONS AT LAKE SUCCESS.IN 1947 HE WAS ELECTED rRES.OFTHE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA ...••I tWMUtMT Ht iV MM MCMMWK wi,


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PAGE TWELVE +JmistfkjrHXM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, ig 48 .• ; i 500 \ew Members Set as BB Goal Seventy-five B'r.a: B'rito key workers, meeting at a kick-off brea-::. : Sur.d; al the Marseiili as fox : ui %  nbership dri ve 1 in th< nty area. Tentati foi memberiitlined by E Aloert Pallot Bra: 3'rth CounCil n r~\ir. c ... '. %  -:.. L : .:-. is Miami r'.ir.s B gala leer at I on Tl ursd j I 14, and the Is Levin L:zzz -j:r a sports night and m*. ; rally : mplete th movies and refreshments al the Miami YMHA n the same eveM E Lodgi :~'.ar.j a s*.a; : :-.. and North Shore 1 ann< un • I siimlai TTopica] 'havo mbership sm( ker i tag on Monday, Ort:ber "-1 IS t the RJ I '.' %  were i:; kfast by C. R • % % %  %  %  %  ector of the B'r gold Mei apel pins will tx : £iv %  re P tes will | ente • • new tl f : r new mer 7p ~• v rkei will reBowl game anc %  %  • :-..: Mrs Irvi B< %  : %  • firsl w men's Dist %  :. prizes 1 will be announced • .'..;• Week!;.report nine held every Fridaj at 13 Downtownei F. I beer, annour William Pallot council _: and chapter preside "report progress af the drive at 1 lunchc :r.i V.r:r women interested in ining 5 nai B rcti the council sffjees at 5-e>306 Beach Auxiliary To Aged Meets With Residents 7Mian I AUJ th* Je %  Home I th< A -• %  the H 335 S W IStfa A Oct 6. at 1 p-m. Aft rs will : | ks at the home for a guests. Mrs. 1 a S ittend Bob Hurwilz >ew Sigma Rho Head •%  en en: lima bers. In n I indiv • tifj .• given by the distr: : thi B'nai B'i v 2 unci] of G I M preser.1 Peruvian silver bi elel tc the I -:• : N rth S i • %  '•' i en's • • will launch I • a fasl w Octovhile W en's Chapter has p tea at Monti Restaurant Ocl 19. 7 tl : • r. Dates We Carry New Year Cards S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religiqus Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew SchoolsTelephone 5-9017 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mays Transfer Inc. 3621 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-7145 SPECIALIZING IN MOVING REFRIGERATORS %  %  —* HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS T O A L L FREDERICK J. WARD Miami Beach r>; r r.-z : lent :: the Sigma AZA a: a i sffice '• %  %  %  I : %  : and Bu iirei a the schedi -. • u sweetheart dance game and dar YMHA A stag sn Jay night for A junior clue vs bet een the :-. has bees organ eve: y '•' %  '-. Miami Jewish Cr gatioa s e*e^. e— j pter %  : ing last wee k rs are Ed Tesat Alan Sc n Lev-.;. ie :':: : asl t i i and B sketat 1 Mian s hi i r me: Sigma Rh : r ages of 12 and meets evening at th( : %  %  SOS Cord Party A -•:-'-. i >ng party foi benefit :'. SOS will "-r eeting f th< : %  %  %  l Sis d. Wedi Dct 6 at '. p.m at the i : Mrs. Max 5<.c^l. SOS cda:rr.an. at 1035 N.W. 11th Ct R^r-v-:s will be served and al ers are invited U attend. Post Yom Kippur Dance Planned by Town Y Sam Sen n of the v ami V chat a post Y \v. : U j |< 5.W. 7: • • • • I "'•' Kip%  %  ier ds to rneei %  l %  F .%  ." s : '• %  %  '•'•• plustaat GREETINGS FROM i HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 MR. A>l> MRS. JOE COHEX and FAMILY 1690 S. W. First Avenue EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin 410 Forty-Fifth Street WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES TO ALL WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU 2025 West Flagler Street 1245 S. W. 22nd Street 29 State Highway. South Miami NEW YEAR GREETINGS ill JAMES P. STUART MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER 1240 Ingraham Building Phone 3-6653 HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. ffiVING WESTTN of the CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP Phone 5-9804 745 Washington Avenue Resort Wear for Men and Children GREETINGS TO ALL CORAL CARLES BAKERY 2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd. "THE BEST IN THE GABLES" SEASONS GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577 CANTOR AND MRS. JULIUS ROSENSTEIN AND SON MORTON 1401 Alton Road Miami Beach EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO THE Officers and Members of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center and the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood and to all Jewry GENERAL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. EXTEND GREETINGS TO ALL LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS TRIMS RUBEROID ROOFING CABINETS HARDWARE 7403 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 89-2941 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR •i' Louis F. "Red" Snedigar 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR L F. P0PELL COMPANY SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALFOL INSULATION 1730 West Flagler Street Phone 3-4272 PAX AMERICA* IIIIVI I\4. CORP. 394 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-0394 S. WYATT SEWELL Extends Best Wishes for the New Year to their many Jewish Friends and Customers Twenty Years With LcaJmg Clubs and Hotels £o$Lto his violin—his orchestra • imitod engagements now accepted. Phones 89-1805, 2-4366 ZK ^^T^s.^'m-" 5S !" muni !" — !' %  %  %  I l i l l — amiiaBHBBaaaiBBgg vrcrr-rmiiniiTjiniiiiLt;



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iittimt e&~' PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT +Jewist ftcricfian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1949 1 1 1 1 f %  • i 1 i If Radio's New Comedy Genius (Continued from Page 21) sentimental popular son^s. Or those documentaries." There i; a fine distinction between humor and comedy even th"Uf,h mosi of us don't take the trouble to draw that hairline of difference. When we talk of comedians we mean performers like Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny and Bob Hope. When we talk of humorists, we think of the fellow who creates humor. A humorist ran make us chuckle with what he makes up out of his own head; a comedian will not only make us snicker, but also laugh right fioni the pit of our stomachs. Abe Burrows, no doubt, is a comedian but he is that rare avis, that is, both comedian and humorist. For example, on the subject of mod ion picture actors" op of modion picture BCMOT up__. • ., tions he explains the "dropping two children. His method of pian of an option is the same thing Paving is completely unorthodox, as in any ordinary business wher the boss says Til trouble you foi the key to the washroom"." Wil. Rogers, the late Sholem Aleicherr and Robert Benchley were humorists. Abe has been a humorist for years. Long before he ever went on a program of his own he created humor for other comedians to perform. On the subject of his shiny bald head, Abe once asked, "How do you like my crew haircut?" There was a laugh and he was encouraged. He went on. '"No kidding it's on purpose. I had it cut like this for a picture." Later he extended this remark. "Don't laugh It's nine cool in summer. Beside vou don't have a lot of girls running their fingers through your hair. And say, if any of you fellow swant to look like this. Tm putting out a preparatior called 'Stay-Bald.' It prevents the growth of unsightly hair on the head." And recently to add to the humor derived from the capillary sparseness of his skull, said Abie -Incidentall, lots of you who have written for my picture, please be patient the picture has Leon, taken but there's a big retouching job. The photographic, felt that my bald head makes the picture too glarey so he's workin.-* or n process for growing hair on negatives. Another man suggested in the place where my hair used to be I ought to put a calendar. But I'm going to send the picture out as it is. You'll find the bald spot very convenient foi memos find telephone messages." is both, the performer knows what the writer is trying to say. Abe Burrows is 37, a native New Yorker, a veteran of Hollywood. He majored in Latin at the College of the City of New York and at New York University. He was also a certified accountant, Wall Street clerk, runner and board boy, and salesman of cample syrup, wallpaper and clothing labels. Even after he began writing scripts for radio, he GREETINGS TO ALL GRIFFIN'S GARAGE AND BODY SHOP Expert Welding & Painting Repairing On All Makes 3065 N. W. 54th St. Phone 78-6627 The humorist writes the lines, continued to sell labels and became known around Radio Row as "Abel the Label Man"—a name that still sticks! After submitting gags to radir shows now and then was signed for "Texaco Star Theater" ir 1930. After that, scripting for the then Ed Gardner's "Tis Is New York" program on CBS, Abe introduced the character "Archie," which in turn inspired formatior of "Duffy's Tavern." In Hollywood Abe wrote for many of the topranking radio programs a.' well. Then in 1947, CBS premiered the Abe Burrows Show which Abe owns, and for which he writes all material, including lyrics and music for his zany ;ongs and the patter that sanriviches his lyrical satirics. Abe is married, has a wife and Self-taught, he says his fingering s all wrong "but somehow it ^ets on top of a tune." He enjoys being sa'iiical, but feels some hings simply can't be satirized. His advice to budding satirists: The difficulty increases in direct proportion to the excellence of he original product." Abe beieves that many a sin of racial bigotry is perpetrated under the ?uise and humor, and such stuff is strictly out—no matter how big a laugh must be sacrificed. I asked Abe to describe himself for the many readers of this article who have probably heard im on the air but don't know vhat he looks like. Here is Abe's %  omplete picture of himself: I've got the kind of face girls describe as interesting and I got a kind of a cute twinkle in my glasses. I don't know what else I can tell you about myself. Oh. yi s, I have no mustache but this is balanced by the fact that I have harly any hair. You ee, no hair, no mustache it's a set! In fact I look like £ jiuy who has spent a couple o f hours in a pencil sharpener. But I wonder what's really going to happen when television takes >ver. It's no problem to the pretty joys, but what about us fellows who are just wholesome looking? Well, SO much for my looks. Looks iren'j ev< rything ?nd. in my case. they .iren't anything." Abe claims he isn't at all worried about the future. "I was hrewd enough to prepare myself 50 that I can be completely independent of this whole business," he says. "I've been taking a course in how to live without eating." JACOB SCHACHTER Director Jewish Musical Hour WBA'X Friday, II a.m.—Sunday, 10 p.m. Wishes to thank his sponsors for their kind co-operation and extends best wishes to his listeners and to all Jewry for a very Happy New Year. HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Faber and Family TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Famous Employment Agency MOE BROWARNIK, Owner Phones 3-0763—3-0764 340 N. E. Second Avenue Miami 32. Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I •nil K BRUSH COMPANY Postal Blda. Phone 3-3014 FRANK J. HAVEL, Dist. Mgr. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MAYFAIB SHOP Women's Apparel 1133 Washington Ave. 58-1212 BAB'S Women's Apparel 2005 Collins Ave. — Vanderbilt Hotel TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR John Shuey AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 Helping Make The NEW YEAR HAPPY... REDDY KILOWATT Tout Electric Servant ,100,000,000 PROGRAM! EVERY COMMUNITY WE SERVE WILL BENEFIT from the seven great new power plant installations and hundreds of other projects included in our $100,000,000 program to bring you MORE POWER BETTER SERVICE HAPPIER YEARS AHEAD! MUM Pfl HIT cmui DAVE BOSWORTH. Manager 25 S. E. 2nd AVE.. MIAMI. FLA.



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~~rr rpinAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948 -JenlstithrMlan PAGE THIRTY-ONE The Year In By CHARLOTTE WEBER WASHINGTON—The eyes of world Jewry focused on Washngton this year as it became eviLnt that decisions made in the S -.can Capitol would vitally fffect the achievement of the Latest dream, a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Kosh Hashanah came last year a moment when the world was lonselv waiting major national U Dort for the partition plan ecor.mended by the United Nations/ Special Committee on Palestine a few days earlier. The world also looked hopefully to the American government for aid in solving another great world problem. Almost a million displaced persons—nearly 200,000 of them Jewish—still languished in European displaced persons camps waiting for a chance to emigrate to permanent homes. Secretary of State George Marshall indicated American support of partition by saying that the U.S. gave "great weight" to the UNSCOP plan. It was the first American statement on the subicct. From that time until Oct. 12, when the next U.S. statement was made at the UN, President Truman and the State Department were urged from all sides to take a definite stand on the matter. Most Jewish organizations wired and wrote President Truman to support partition and help to implement it. Thirty-five governors appealed to the White House for firm U.S. action on the UNSCOP plan. The Jewish press asked the President "not to let the Jews down." In a rare statement on the subject. Speaker of the House Joseph Martin backed partition as an "acceptable compromise" for the problem of Jewish homelessness and said he hoped the UN would not "whittle down the size and sovereign status of the projected Jewish state." On October 12, American delegate Herschel Johnson told the UN that the U.S. "supports the HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th St. Ph. 7-0314 Washington basic principles of the unanimous recommendations and the majority plan which provides for partition and immigration." And the U.S., he pledged, would offer aid through the U.N. toward solving the political, financial and economic problems of the new governments to be created in Palestine. Delegates who attended an emergency conference of the United Palestine Appeal held here in Washington that weekend were jubilant over news of U.S. support. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver hailed Johnson's statement as "American statesmanship at its best and noblest." He warned, however, that the fate of the UN hung on the manner in which the UN reacted to Arab threats to thwart partition. At the end of October, the U.S. '• %  poke again at the UN, this time suggesting that two independent states be established in Palestine by July 1, 1948. They should be fully sovereign after that time. Johnson said, and responsible for maintaining public order. In the meantime, he suggested, an interim commission should be created by UN to assist in the formation of the two states. But the State Department, in a gesture surprisingly inconsistent with American support for the Jewish cause in Palestine, placed an embargo on the shipment of arms to Middle Eastern countries. The embargo, announced late on the afternoon of Dec. 5, also covered the sale of U.S. war surplus in the area and effectively cut Jewish defense forces from all legal sources of arms with which to defend themselves. During the rest of December and in January resentment against continuation of the arm* embargo gained momentum. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS GREETINGS 1 G. J. G. Again and again members of Congress in speeches from the floor and Jewish organizations in public messages to President Truman, called upon the U.S. to lift its embargo so that Jewish forces could defend the Jewish community of Palestine. Meanwhile, American delay in implementing the partition decision they had so openly supported in the fall and failure to lift the arms embargo gave rise to uneasiness and discontent. The persistant rumor was heard that Secretary of Defense Forrestal was urging Administration and Congressional leaders to abandon partition in the interests of national defense. The rumor was given considerable impetus by a statement made by Secretary Forrestal during a House Armed Service Subcommittee hearing. The hostile Arab (Continued on Page 33) HAPPY NEW YEAR Everybody's Exterminators "Don't Be Annoyed—Have Them Destroyed" Phone Miami 2-7832 • Miami Beach 6-3755 FLOYD A. MANKER Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Sayer and Daughters Extend best wishes to all their friends for a Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Avenue Mlami Bmach A Happy New Year To All L. 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I i : VGE THIRTY-FOUR +Jewi$tncrklX*ri FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948 HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE EXTERMINATING CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTS 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL J. N. LUMMUS, Jr. Tax Assessor for Dade County TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenoe PHONE 58-9941 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. Hth Street Wishing .no Polishing I***%  £*£" Mechanic on Duty *> %  W P .. M 71st Street Service Station C A. MacDONALD %  — SS fc U 1BT,e .L. M*. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies I. D. MacVICAR President FRANK J. WELLS Vice President TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR David Hess Fixture Company Fluorescent Lighting 336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774 SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM IIWVIH S METAL SHOP New Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS i 1 1 .1 m ; I MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING Happiness. Joy and Prosperity 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 PHARMACY" The NEW Jewish Generation In Europe By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ (Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee's European (Executive Council) From Apeldoorn to SjAvino. from Pouges-les-Eaux to Inders dor? Europe's 180,000 surviving Jewsh children, will greet the narraaWg sbss saanaTB JSndS-S a bitter past, but more Secant, the brave hope of a bright future. Under the care of the Joint Distribution Committee. 140 000 of these children are matching the miracle of their survjval^ the miracle of^owth-physicaL intellectual and spiritual In the challenging year aheadLJDC. through funds derived from he $250,000,000 campaign ot tnc United Jewish Appeal, will continue its vital program of relief, medical care, religious ins ruction, and educational and vocational training. ,. „ Perhaps the most outstanding aspect of JDC's vast child care program is its network of more than 380 homes and centers in nearlv every country of Europe, where some 32,000 youngsters, most of them full or part orphans, are housed and fed, clothed and given medical attention and education, both religious and secular. Large numbers of them, too. are preparing in these homes for immigration to Israel. But statistics, however valuable, cannot reproduce the picture of the thin, frightened orphans, homeless and bewildered, who found shelter and love in the llaniah Children's Village near Apeldoorn in the Netherlands, or at Helenowek, near Lodz, Poland. lor in the Herbert H. Lehman 'Home for Refugee Orphans near Orleans in France, or in other JDC homes. To these homes have om e children like fifteen-yearold Zahara S.. a blonde, blue-yed Polish girl who hid from the Nazis by living in an open grave for almost a year; to these -ases of hope have come the war's youngest victims, like Saul and Benjamin, parentless and i-agged, who had spent nine years wandering over the wide continent looking for succor and a place to call home. However, by far the largest number of children—over 85,000 —are being aided through their families, in line with JDC's effort to strengthen family and home life among Europe's Jews. Special care and medical attention, supplementary diets and school lunch programs benefit thousands of Jewish youngsters both in Western Europe, where a degree of economic recovery has been achieved, and in Eastern Europe, where 75,000 children will need more extensive help than ever before. A substantial part of the 88,000.000 pounds of supplies distributed by JDC during 1947 was for the children; as a result of this unprecedented giving, every one of the 7,000 (Continued on Page 35) WHOLESALE C.GARS CAHDIt* 68 S. W. Fir*t Street A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Blue Ribbon Laundry & Cleaners i n„*/r


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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1948 +Je*l*t) ncrlcifor PAGE SEVENTY-SEVEN Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise 163-165 Weit Flagler Streel Extend Beit Wishes to 'All Their Relatives and Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. NAT ZALKA and Family 41 N. W. 10th Street MR. and MRS. GILBERT BALEIN and daughter Joan Liberty Extend Best Wishes for A Happy New Year to all their Friends GREETINGS SALVATORE FALCONE & SONS Distributors of ITALIAN FOOD PRODUCTS Importers of Food Products 5609 N. W. Seventh Ave. Miami 38, Florida Phone 7-3317 $ For Lovely Flowers. Corsages. Cut Flowers. Potted Plants at Sensible Prices UNIVERSITY FLOWER SHOP 3346 Coral Way 48-0101 S. M. LOWRY Open Until 9 P. M. Delivery Service Why Hebrew? By Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin It is a mistaken notion that Hebrew was a dead language until Eliezer Ben Yehudah restored it to life and spoken naturalness. To be sure, Eliezer Ben Yehudah and his fellow enthusiasts made Hebrew a language "like all the rest." They and their successors, and especially the proficient "Vaad Haloshon" (Hebrew Language Board) in Palestine, provided the linguistic material for ordering ice cream soda in the language of the Bible and writing Hebrew titles for Hollywood films exhibited in the cinemas of Tel Aviv. This is how it should be—but this does not mean that before Ben Yehudah and his followers created a modern technological Hebrew vocabulary Hebrew was "dead." It was far from that. Throughout the centuries of Jewish homelessness. Hebrew was the vehicle of literary creative and scientific-scholarly Jewish expression. There is no Jewish or general theme in the potential orbit of. the scholar of the pre-technological era on which volumes in Hebrew are not available. Jews wrote commentaries without number on the Bible and Talmud in Hebrew; they grappled with the perennial problems of philosophy in Hebrew; they wrote voluminously on mathematics, physics, algebra, geometry, medicine, zoology, botany, astronomy, navigation and nautical instruments in Hebrew; their histories and martyrologies, their memoirs and letters, and their last wills and testaments, too, were written in Hebrew. Whenever a Jew of yesterday would commit something to writing, be it business contract or a moral homily for his children, he almost certainly chose Hebrew as his medium of expression, because it was the language which he mastered perfectly in writing, even if he spoke it only haltingly. This will seem incongruous to those who, by studying a foreign language, have discovered that the mastery of the written word is much more difficult than that of the spoken word. But to the Jew of yesterday, Hebrew was not a foreign language; it was the language in which he lived his better life, as it were. It was not merely the language of hi? prayers, but also of his thoughts and meditations. The Jew of yesterday, if he was at all letteredthere were no literally illiterate j e ws—read Hebrew and Aramaic works exclusively. Only in the latter Middle Ages there emerged a popular Yiddish literature in WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS HAPPY NEW YEAR WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3 3689 130 Sunset Drive HAPPY NEW YEAR Tiny Town Service Baby Diaper Service Phone 3-4553 Best Wishes To All Our Friends For A HAPPY NEW YEAR MANNINGS Sea Food Restaurant 829 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 9-1244 response to the cultural needs of those who possessed only an elementary Hebrew training sufficient to follow the synagogue services. Hebrew ceased to be used in everyday speech, except by small section of our people, about the time when the Second Jewish Commonwealth came to an end. But throughout the ages Hebrew has remained the natural medium of Jewish literary expression. Average Jews of average learning, to say nothing of rabbis and scholars, conducted their correspondence in Hebrew exclusively. GREETINGS TO ALL WESTBR00K MOTORS 1759 Palm Ave. Hialeah Phone 88-1486 GREETINGS Sykes and Sykes BODY AND FENDER WORKS AUTO PAINTING MECHANICAL REPAIRS • Custom Built Bodies Racing Equipment 2900 N. W. 12lh Avenue Miami, Florida NEW AND USED PARTS Phone 3-4100 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. M. VICKERS WELL DRILLING 746 N. W. 109th Street Miami. Florida Phone 7-0419 Congregation Reth Tfilah Extends best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year to the Rabbi, Officers, Members and Seat Holders of the Congregation as well as to the whole community of Greater Miami and Klal Israel NORMAN KAPLAN President It was taken for granted that every Jew knew enough Hebrew to understand proclamations of the rabbinate, which were never couched in any other language but Hebrew. When shy Yeshiva students essayed their pens, they quite naturally wrote in Hebrew; they simply had no other means of literary expression. Their command of the vernacular was restricted to the vocabulary of the market place. To be sure, in some countries and during periods of exceptional tolerance to their group, Jewish intellectuals were happily integrated into the cultural scene of the majority population. This integration had disadvantages, however, as it often led to the weakening of Jewish ties and loyalties. Because of widespread linguistic assimilation, Saadia Gaon, Yehuda Halevi and Maimonides, among others, found it necessary to write their philosophical and apologetic works in the Arabic vernacular. 30 as to reach those of their brethren whose Hebrew knowledge was fragmentary. Ahad Ha'Am's thesis that "our national literature is only that which is written in our national language and does not include what Jews write in other languages" is sound. There is no eternity for Jewish cultural and literary expression except in Hebrew. In the Hellenistic period and, later, in Mohammendan and Christian Spain there were considerable Jewish literary efforts in the Greek, the Arabic and Spanish vernaculars. Little or and the centuries was written in Hebrew, or a Hebrew-Aramaic idion dominated by the spirit of the Hebrew language. Jewish books written in other tongues, be it Greek, Arabic, Spanish or German, failed to be invested with the peculiar sanctity associated with Hebrew books by whose very touch the Jew is inspired. It is significant that only nothing of this literature has come down to us. All of Jewish literature which has stood the test of the millenia those medieval philosophical works written in Arabic have influenced Jewish thought that were early translated into Hebrew and subsequently regarded as Hebrew books. Maimonides must have been aware of the certainty oi the inevitable, ultimate doom ol Jewish books in languages other than Hebrew when, in a letter to a favorite disciple, he deplored that he had not written his Commentary on the Mishnah and his ••Guide for the Perplexed" in Hebrew, and informed his friend that he was planning to translate them into Hebrew. Maimonides. who had written these works in Arabic so that those not suffi(Continued on Page 78) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR R. B. THRALL CO. 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I I % %  JBi ^"!T— PAGE EIGHTEEN -knist fhrkli&r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, i 948 The € oining 'Golden Age' Of Jewry To America EDI' %  • %  •-• • %  By DR. ABRAHAM A. NEUMAN There is a new uwaiwi—i in &• camps of Israel c: t.-.e emptiness o: modem \-e :r. rfaicb religion has been reiecatea to a minor place and the Torah which is the heart of the Jewisn rel gion. baa beer, deserez bv the la:e:y cr.d r.ec'.ectec, clas. all too frequently is -.he ranla =: Ihe rabbinate. A future for Torah in Amer -? tc >' on in positive terms bv American Christi %  u P %  -•"Israel.' ... .'raj not a any scale of measurement g-Jv to s:rtr.g:-vr. .-.:-.As the first \ictims t tall pre> %  e •• v t will to 1 s that blow upon have -, mfiueni BS, as i upon • : %  % %  %  : r f P"" malad) | ..: %  tion, we must :• %  the ::r=: w Tr.e need I filling -that the ripe :: tr.-: :<. %  ::.z with greater spiritual xmteni %  ests not >n might and matenalnot limited I ir :-.:. Jewrj am but on the redemptive p Ihere is a spiritual hung* I the spirit If history imp in the %  % % %  % %  **ths and na fected the soul ::' man Lizatkms the duty in this t. r. :starved spiritual] at th< roots an I tl ; moral stultificati The problems fathen found it, in the fount that plagu< %  els— T rah and persona] i and internafait fort;tud and n :-. u •tional — ecoi antag nisms, to lei 5 our an esl r ; ud political confli U 1st ife are m tiy %  :• i*.::r. :: sobeing in manifestat: i -•" Id is thri tened. tion and tion. As Not in ui part of the thugs %  %  the share its guih and faili lories of our prou unia M• %  %  the t Th.r.T : -: a litary leaders are the seeds o. doom and destruction ceing s ,. D for the slaughter of human i kind. What is Torah? It is a coat of ... r a spiritual grab of .-• -• %  _. piety Torah is the emit of Jewil • Jght and •. n th rep sit ry of Israel* cxpe::er. • vehicle onion with the Inr.r.v the medium of divine and human love: the authoritar an voice. Thou Shalt and Shalt Not: the alternating ( „, ;• divine, thunderous | ad the warmth of Mesi and dreams for Israel and rr.ar.kind. Torah is the : • %  Israel tt >* i'-s classic the insl as m it ha; tak her But the Torah in ^ cannot be ritten word nor %  :r. the institubeings. It is 1 Uinj : the livine spirit in living s as expressed genius : Israel. Wl .: : the future tor Torah r A fined. Torah is th quintessence I Judaism. There tan be no Judaisn w of the name without Torah. A must be a future for Torah i n Tcah-less Judaism would be America if our Judaism is to re pulseless, nerveless, a dead corpse tain the distinctness of fa without life or potency. There (Continued on Page 27) Best Wishes For A Happy New Year $ BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO. 1152 N. E. ISi AVE. PHONE 2-3MS TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occasions FEED and SUPPLIES Call 4-3375 274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI surate with nr nu minority status Our _-_::•.. ng however, thi -'•-" %  visited upon our pe the TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA? Mr. & Mrs. Louis London and Family 412 S. W. 23rd Road .--_statesmen ar.d NEW YEAR GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AU 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk AND DAUGHTER Cornelia W AND SONS •lonathon and Robin W. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van St ran ton Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332 As each year passes we like to fee! that another cycle has gone ... bringing us that much closer towards achieving that truer and better understanding among all peoples ... so necessary to Peace • Happiness... Health and Prosperity ...



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L.i I • I : %  ; : • : %  •: %  % %  < • • 1. : Mil • m 1:1 ift'l ii ii i I.. Jl PAGE SIX JewUt QSEtBZL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1 948 U.N. Israeli Delegation Concerned With Tension Over Fight For Berlin PARIS Sept. 27. (JTA)-Members of the Israeli delegation at the United Na'Ls today made no secret of the fact thatthe,'are areatly concerned over the growing tension between the eastern and western blocs in connection with the impending fight over Berlin tn the Security Council. They pointed out that Israels cause was advanced previously „**_.u„ at the United Nations only when the American and Soviet positions coinc'ded. Under mounting pressure from both blocs at the U.N., the Israeli delegation is eagerly awaiting the arrival from Tel Aviv of Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok who is expected here either Wednesday or Thursday. Meanwhile the delegation is holding informal discussions with envoys of the major western powers. The United State., and Britain are continuing to press for the rru'tdiest possible implementation of Bernadotte's recommendations. Representatives of the two countries are making it plain to Israel that the extension of ull recognition and favorable action on the application of the Jewish state for membership in the United Nations, as well as the granting of financial assistance, depend on Israel's surrender of the Negev. It was learned today that Faris el Khoury. Syrian delegate to the U.N., has approached the Russians to feel out what chances exist for a reapproachment between the Arabs and the Soviets. Although the Russians are reported to welcome the Arabs' opposition to Bernadotte's report, Yaacov Malik, Russian envoy to, the U.N., told the Syrian delegate! that Soviet policy on Palestine is still based on the premise that the Nov. 29 General Assembly Palestine partition resolution must be implemented. British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin on Monday called or. the U.N. General Assembly to give urgent attention to recommendations on settling the Palestine problem offered by the late mediator, Count Folke Bernadotte. In an address at the Assembly session he also reiterated his government's support of the plan in its entirety, and referred to US. and French backing for the scheme. •If we fail to make a decision in the next few weeks, hostilities might break out again with incalculable consequences." Bevin declared. "We believe that the plan is one in which the two parties should be able to acquiesce without sacrificing any of their vital interests," he stated, adding that "we believe that it offers the best hope of healing the breach between these twc Semitic peoples." The successful establishment of the truce was due in large part to the devotion and courage of the late Count Bernadotte, the British Foreign Secretary declared. He also stated that "nobody was in a better position' than Bernadotte to estimate the kind of settlement which would give the "best prospects of stable and peaceful conditions in Palestine." He said that it was fortunate that Bernadotte completed Please ffote: Due to Rosh Hashona. to insure insertion of all material intended for publication in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN Copy must be in our office not later than TUESDAY, 5 P.M. insidious aggression carried on for a third of a century which is contrary to all principles of the U.N. Charter." Abbots Announce Birth Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abbott announce the recent birth of a daughter. Mrs. Abbott is the i Former Mary Joyce Walsh daughjter of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Walsh and a past holder of the Miss Miami title. his report before he was assassinated. Mohammad Zafrullan Khan, Pakistani delegate to the United Nations, served notice in the General Assembly that Pakistanis opposed to the late U.N. mediator's recommendations for resolving the Palestine dispute on the grounds that it would stamp with ;soui airt„ iBAoaddB •&£ l B ? 3 W Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ltobermnn 1444 S. W. 5th Street MIAMI. FLA. EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLD ii! Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI WHOLESALE CORP. 80 N. W. 3rd St. 3-3449 A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MOE FEINGOLD Momar Construction Company 2323 S.W. 21st Avenue Phone 48-3847 LEGAL NOTICE Dr. and Mrs. Milton Sanes Goldman 1446 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to Their Friends and Relatives MANDELL AND COMPANY EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS 1611 Alton Road Mkxrm Beach NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE! 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County, Florida. __., ,.... IRVINC GOLDMAN „ REATRICE R. GOLDMAN JACK A. ARROTT Vttorney for applicants 10/1-8-16-M 275 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N-OT.CF 18 HEREBT V niVBN IW the^Slg^ed^slr?Tgto.nra.J business under the fictitious JW Herman villa Hotel at H4 w-'J !" ton Avenue, Miami Beach. 'JflXXd register said name with th < I"* the Circuit Court of Dade Count). 1 "'" ,a NATHAN LIPKIND Side Owner HARM DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 10/1-8-16-24-M BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR IJt JUDGE BERNARD A. FRANK HAPPY NEW YEAR JOE'S BROADWAY DEDICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 1417 Washington Avenue !" <** Beach A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP. "We specialize in building one and two-family homes and additions.' P. DIAZ NATHAN DAVIDOW Free Estimates -:We Get You the Loan HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI BOTTLING CO. 538 N.W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR LORD BALTIMORE HOTEL 3030 COLLINS AVENUE VIRGINIAN HOTEL 1665 ALTON ROAD EMBASSY HOTEL 2940 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH JERRY GRANGER BILLY ABRIN %  M ^ssssssfl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW t i NOTICE IS HEREBY W*SO*\ the undersigned, desiring ';;•";* „ ( business under the fctl H.JIS n„me ff Dee-Llclous Products at :'X' intend. 17th Avenue, Miami, F In jld '"^ to register said name h t'<*,,, .,f the Circuit Court of Da* R "" a SAMUEL ZOLTROW Sole Owner MARRY DIETZ attorney for Applicant 10/1-8-15-22-29 NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CO IT OF FLFVFNTH JUDK'TAL N T T, IN AND FOR DADE go" s FLORIDA. IN CHAN< BB. 119R2S. cEl.U lAPOR ZACK. Plaintiff. *" 7.ACK. Defendant. CTATE 01 IN TTIF NAME OF Till. ^ TAlt FT/ORIDA: TO THF DF.FF.NPANT fella Zack r, 11 B. 137th Street Bronx. New York h:lt yo Ton are hereby "'><' "' £* ,,,. required to We an i^ a %  his preceedinK for "Wore. or i->j %  K.-.lnst YOU by ; Tn, ;'o:, ,,th<>r -l! ."l rore November .*•*& .'", ,,, t*M lIlegatlOM of Bald hill win I is confessed hv you. A in tt This order to be puMIMie I,-it, piorMian. ontenlbe r. l(Clreutt Court Sean ^ C l*lgi M.FRKD KREISLKR Attorney for I la I tiff BlJI 1001 Pan American wan Miami :i^. Florida ,io l-s 15-M ^m



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I %  I I. ,'• I .!" ; 4<' PAGE FOURTEEN Arabs Charged With New Violations TEL AVIV, Sept. 27. (JTA)— Gen. William Riley, American U.N. truce observer, today charged Transjordan Arab Legionnaires with responsibility for the ambushing of an unarmed Jewish convoy escorted by a U.N. observer in a clearly marked jeep and the killing of the convoy commander and three passengers. Riley labelled the killing last Wednesday a •'massacre" and stated that it was an -unwarranted attack" and a -most serious breach of the peace." The Israeli government officially announced today that a number of complaints of Arab violations of the truce have been tr>ught to the attention of the U N. truce observation staff as veil as information concerning the mutilation of the bodies of Jews killed during an Arab Legion offensive in the Latrun area last week. An official explanation of the shooting down of an Arao rlane last week was also released. The truce violations about which the Israelis complained occurred on two extremes of the .Palestine front. One was the shelling of the settlement of Beth Esbel. near Becrsheba. while the second was the daily shelling by the Arabs of Jewish traffic to %  v d from Gesher, below Lake Tiberias. The Israeli govern merit statement declared that the U.N. has done nothing as ye about the attack on Beth Eshel Pointing out that the Israel, forces which found the mutilated bodies at Midya, a height in the Latrun area, had pressed on to punish the Arabs and caused some casualties among the latter an Israeli communique reported today that the U.N. truce observation board complained of FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1949 Jewish "violation" in the Latrun area The Israeli communique pointed out that the U.N. note made no mention of the mutilations, although a report on that matter was filed by the Jews with the U.N. staff. Canadians Want To Be On American Branch Of World Zionists MONTREAL, (JTA)—The evocutive board of the Candian Zionist Organization this week protested the tailure of the Zionist Actions Committee to include a Canadian Zionist representative on the American branch of the World Zionist Organization. The Canadian Zionists asserted that the American branch is not representative of other Jewish communities in North and South America because its membership includes only American citizens. A resolution adopted by the Canadian executive declared that Canadian Jewry has played an important part in upbuilding the Jewish state and its record entitles it to at least one representative on the World Zionist Executive. "massa cre" and curred on two e,i. w "ri_.l_: — } T^AjfWeSd7 ,7 AMost Happy Ne w Year" Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Futerfas and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR New Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker Yorker Hotel. Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Louis Gadon Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garden and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Gardner Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Yetta Geier and daughters. Florence and Blossem Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Genel Mr. and Mrs. Irving and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Getzug and son. Irving Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein and Family 501 S.E. 19th Avenue Wish AH Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW. YEAR Abraham Halperin Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs.N. H. Hankoff and Family Wish All ThenFriends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Lester and Sadelle Korshak and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Koslen Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Krakow and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Golin. Daughters and Mrs. Celia Javin Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Emanuel Gordon and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. L. J. Harts Wishes All Her Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman 318 21st Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kreiger Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Luby and Mrs. Sam and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman 318 Twenty-first Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferslein Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol P. Malter 4S23 Post Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mannheimer and daughter. Ann Marsha Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Edward Meadow Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Gillingham 630 J. Lincoln Road Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman and Sons, Marvin, Jeffrey and Barry Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and son, Jimmy Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gordon and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Given Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glasser and Sons, Leonard and Robert Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goldberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Celia Z. Greenberg 1334 Euclid Avenue Wishes All Her Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind and Son. Paul Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jonas Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Max Meisel Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Victor Mell and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Laufer and Son Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Lavigne Leslie and Morley Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Golden 1483 Cantour Drive San Antonio. Texas Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg and Family 1501 Collins Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Greenberg and Children, Ronnie and the triplets Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn end Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kapchan 1447 Drexel Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuck and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Leslie and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Greenberg and Family 1110 N.E. 1st Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Children, Doris and Harvey Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kay and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levenson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HA PP Y NEW Y EAR Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller 1426 S.W. First Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller Gershon and Evelyn Miller Dil.ido Island Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Sophie Miller and Family 1919 S. W. 17th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEA R Mr. and Mrs. Max Minkoff, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff and Son, Stanley Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Gross Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman and Son, Marvin Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. John and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg and Sons. Moses J. and Saul Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kline and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murray and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Kossman Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Son Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lifset 2127 Coral Way Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR M and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintxer and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moser aud Daughter, June Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lits 322 S. W. 12th Avenue Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Mye" and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEA R_ Mr. Edward Nwnw and Mrs, Freda Newman Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR H^Mi



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wassmm ....„, il ISC r leiiwIUEIoiidiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY jj^E21^NUMBER 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1948 PRICE: ONE DOLLAR • :



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minAV OCTOBER 1, 1948 +Jelstmrldlllair) PAGE FORTY-ONE Jewish Communal Life community serving as many as 3 surrounding towns; regional JganSlOM of as many as 60 Htue communities; interstate exination and organization to S common needs of the aged S3 children and community relations: the regional organizations 8 our Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds sponsorZ ; planning and helping these developments, artd at the same Sme taking joint action on national and overseas issues of mutual concern And nationally we saw evidences in the meeting of the 30 laree^t cities of the country to nlan together with the major overseas agencies the organization and action needed to deal with the responsibilities which all shaied: the efforts of the thTee largest communities to secure common benefits from plans for local needs; the recommendations of our General Assembly of 234 communities; the continuing work of various CJWF committees, in behalf of the cities, on national and overseas problems; establishment of the Institute for Overseas Studies by the communities, through the CJFWF, to bring to bear impartial expert examination of the needs and operations in Europe and Palestine, and to recommend long range programs to solve these problems rather than merely alleviate them temporarily. These steps represent gains which reach out toward new horizons for American Jewish communities. They made 5708 a truly notable year. But the period ahead must be faced with realism. In some areas of need, action had to be postponed. In others action was begun which must be brought to completion. And in yet others, what has been achieved has marked only the barest beginning toward a rational and necessary program, with serious obstacles still in the path of further progress. The next year should witness a final solution to the Jewish DP problem in Europe, if we provide the necessary funds, see to it that governments and intergovernmental bodies discharge the responsibilities to which they ate [-legally committed, and back up the people of Israel to make certain that the open door for immigrants can be kept fully open. It will be a year in which the new and continuing relationship of American Jewry to Israel should be clarified", and within that framework it is certain that we shall bear heavy responsibilities for the rehabilitation of refugees and for helping to lay a fir meconomic foundadtion there. It will be a year in which we shall have to give serious attention to our capital needs at home, needs which have been neglected through 20 years of depression, war and postwar adjustment. There have been great shifts in our populations with old neigh borhoods emptied and new ones created, and with new types of services requiring new and additional facilities. We are planning now within a different framework from the 1920's, and for a new generation. It will be a year in which our federations, welfare funds, and community councils will have to continue, through the inexorable pressures of human events, to mobilize all of the forces of Jewish life in attacking the issues which bear down on the daily lives of all of us. It will be a year in which we shall be propelled likewise by the impetus of circumstance toward greater teamwork among the organized communities, and toward a greater sharing of plans, programs and policies by the national and overseas agencies with each and with the communities. One objective undoubtedly will be elimination of needless duplication of program expense, especially where agencies* actions are at cross purposes and tend to cancel out each other. Without seeking Uniformity of thought, we have an opportunity in the year ahead for the greatest unity of action we have ever achieved. We shall need it. And with it we shall need wisdom, mutual understanding, vision, strong will, clear purpose, and great courage. It is to this cooperation among all for the betterment of all that our council has been and is now dedicated, and to which we shall bring the best that we possess in 5709. HOLIDAY GREETINGS FISHING F O O S C O LARGE STOCK RODS and REELS 411 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9542 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLOVER CLUB Famous Hickory House Cuisine 118 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI TIN SHOP Designers and Builders of Bar, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment PAUL HINCKLEY Phone 2-3596 • 545 S.W. 22nd Avenue S.J. 420 Lincoln Road Realtor TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HECTOR SUPPLY CO. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN—LAWNS—FARMS Phone 2-0541 Branches—Homestead, West Palm Beach. Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS & CO. 54046c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR F. L. DAVIS CO.. Inc. TOBACCO WHOLESALERS 548 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-3416 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman and Family Phone 3-4859 CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College 804 N.E. Second Avenue Mary Williams. B. S.. Director Miami. Florida A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HANCOCK Refrigeration Co. "FRIGIDAIRE DEALER" Sales and Service 3637 N.W. 17th Av. Phont) 7-7278 H C. HANCOCK. Prep. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NOBLE H. PARKER REAL ESTATE 1623 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR iji Ernest A. Fowler Co. REALTORS SALES SPECIALISTS Biscay-no Building Phone 9-4516 Baron de Hirsch Meyer EXTENDS TO HIS MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR, GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Denmark's Cast Stone Company Modern Mantels—Garage Grills—Garden Sets—Pottery Sione—Ornamental—Plaster 12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924 Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer of Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 East Coast Fisheries. Ine. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD 259 Nerihwesi Fourth Street Miami, Florida



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I i • ;< • .. PAGE FORTY-SIX Jfe*/s#?/*or*fl/7 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1948 YEAR OF DESTINY— !" W *" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TINGLE PAINT CO. "Miami's First Exclusive Paint Store" 49 S. W. First Street" P >"> !" 9-2674 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TABAN DISTRIBUTING,Inc. 2820 N. W. 7th Avenue MiamL Florida MIAMI BEACH TWIN CITY NEON SERVICE — DAY OR NIGHT BILL BOTHWELL PHONES—DAY 9-9921 — NIGHT 82-7954 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue Symbolic of the Season Gorgeous Flowers (Elje Jxuttc (larbens, Jht. Four Fine Stores to Serve You FT. LAUDERDALE 2 3 0 4 HAPPY NEW YEAR DISTRICT 5 Florida State Nurses Assn. 10 N. E. 3rd Avenue HAPPY NEW YEAR BUCHWALD & CO. Jewelry Novelties Bags 160 W. 34th Street NEW YORK CITY 731 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA Telephone 58-1919 GREETINGS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service 3825 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2021 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Tidewater Lumber & Supply Co., Inc. 3127 Douglas Road Miami 34, Florida Genuine Tidewater Red Cypress Douglas Fir Hardwood Flooring All General Building Materials Phone 48-7461 RABBI and MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter Rena Rahel and son, 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 RABBI and MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY and Sons EXTEND BEST WISHES TO CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH And Its Auxiliary and to Klal Yisroei for a KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH NORTON TIRE CO., Inc. MIAMI NORTON PALL0T TIRE CO., inc. MIAMI BEACH m RABBI and MRS. LEON KRONISH and Family WISH FOR THE MEMBERS AND OFFICERS OF BETH SHOLOM CENTER, ITS SISTERHOOD AND JEWRY AT LARGE— \ HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISSEL and Family AM'S ILVER FLEET Telephone 4-1681 Coral Gablee, Florida TAXI-BAGGAGE U-DRIVE CARS FOR HIRE Chevrolet — Plymouth — Dodge — Buick 1946 MODELS



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-• %  •%%  ^gUJ*JL'JU2—JU **^* PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +J(:ist Fkril&r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP What Sort of Government 1116 15th Street Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc. Poise Is Your Crown o: Beauty" 10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Florida — TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DISCRIMINATING GOURMETS DINE AT BROUSSARDS OVERLOOKING THE BLUE WATERS OF THE ATLANTIC AT 10390 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 6-1117 CLOSED MONDAYS NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL A Complete Line of Clay, Ceramic and Decorative Tiles IXITED ART TILE I'D. Incorporated By PHILIP RUBIN Bv the time this arti le ap5 in print peace, let us -ope. e been established m the youni 51 • ; %  • the uest i ^ B pem anent governI : reolace I present prone, • • with the ption fa Constituti r. to gov rnment. tual The cit f Israel for a 1 I the th I should inction .-. • itiz< ns oi ruiot, nor d -•" %  toilet ate t them as to the kind of .,, %  aid have, fee: a SEASON'S 3 R E E TI N G S State Finance Co. 1160 West Flagler Street 8222 N. E. 2nd Ave. AUTO FISASCISC PHONE 3-8792 CONTRACTORS 4701 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 78-3261 : l Phone 2-8185 i, J : %  i If"! i %  u ,'•1 I J< TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Wont You Hav-a-Tampa Cigar? "They're Better" Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacio Company 73 N.W. Eighth Street HAPPY NEW YEAR Wright lloH'l Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. Eleventh Street Phone 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges—Griddles—Fryers—Work Tables—Steam Tables Refrigerated Sandwich Units COMPLETE PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE GREETINGS TO ALL Xuta's Yacht Basin 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 ip to the new-born state we have a right, perhaps even a duty, to give them our opinion on this grave matter if we think that by adopting the wrong course in the final working out of their Constitution they will be weakening .-elves and exposing thems to unnecessary dangers. As to the spirit which should animate the permanent Israeli rnment, discussions have already begun. Should there be a Church, as in England, or should church and state be separas in the United States and France? Should the legal code go back to the Talmud or should the n-.ore modern British-American Common Law or the French Napoleonic be adopted? These are highly important questions which ill affect the daily life of the Inhabitants of Israel, questions. however, uDon which this writer not fe'el capable of expressing anv worthwhile opinion. But it is the governmental structure that Israel should rear. specifically the relationship between the executive ar.d the legtive branches, that I wish to Us uss mainly in this article. Hi re, I imagine, the constitutionmakers of Israel, which will be a ratic republic, will be led mainly by. the governtal structures of the United s. Fiance, "and the British countries. Swiss governmental system will probably not merit -. attention. The question of the relationship between the executive and slative powers of a country is ;>important because upon it nds the strength of a govern WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS GREETINGS HI R. C. Fleeinan Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLA. mer.t, its responsibility to public opinion, its honesty, its true representative character. The American system, I am afraid, does not meet the test, as even such a good and great American as Woodrow Wilson held. The President here is the chief executive, congress is the legislative power and the two are supposed to be separate. Yet the President has the right to veto bills passed by congress and can issue executive orders which are sometimes very similar to laws, while congress on the other hand can nullify an executive order by special enactment. The Vice President is the presiding officer of the Senate where he can vote in case of a tie: on the other hand he often sits in on cabinet sessions. The American President and Vice President, then, have combined executive and legislative functions, and so the separation of powers is a myth. Does the American system represent a system of checks and balances, as it is often said tn do? That would be highly desirable. if it were so, since in a wellfunctioning democracy the executive and the Legislature should be working togethe-. not separately, but should at the same time be j held responsible to each other for their acts and should, in case of disagreement between them, be forced to submit their quarrel to the ultimate judge, the citizens for their vote of confidence or lack of confidence in one or the other. The American constitutional system does not allow such checks and balances. In case of disagreement between President and congress over an important issue neither the President resigns nor is congress dissolved, so that the voters have no chance to express themselves on the matter. The American system, I should say, is one of perpetual clash between the executive and legislative powers. It keeps government weak, often irresponsible and sometimes leads to corruption. There are two reasons why the American Constitution hasn't been changed in this respect since its adoption: First, the influence of Jefferson's semi-anarchistic philosophy of "that government is best which governs ieast," which fitted in very well with the GREETINGS CHAPLIN HOBSON, Inc. 4119 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables, Fla. E. F. CHAPLIN, President PHONE 4-32S4 ( %  ovcrnor Hotel • %  %  EVANS Sea 4.nil Pool & Cabana Chili NEW YEAR GREETINGS UMPIRE GROCERY 78 Collins Avenue P*>one 5-9155 Our Sincere Wishes to Jewry At Large For A Happy and Prosperous New Year W€ST FLAGLGk K€NN€L CLUB West F I a g I e r St. at 37th Avenue JACOR SIIKR. President Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR CITY LAUNDRY, INC. 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR Operating Throe Stores In Florida Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach



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)AYi OCTO BER 1. 1948 Jen 1st fkrkMarj PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR L. L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS ]S 5J Lnox Avenue Phone 5-3357 A HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 5-1719 & 5-2671 DELIVERY FREE GIFT WRAPPING TinJUodorne Pharmacy "AIR CONDITIONED" • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED Miami Beach,, Fla. I 4Ut Street WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Richie Plumbing Supply, Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES kll6 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami. FJa. Crinch810 N. W. 79th St Telephone 7-5110 Miami, Florida THE LEVIN FAMILY To ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR yj W I L S H I R K HOTEL 1710 Collins Ave. Phone 5-5339 MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MAI RICE H. (OWIIJ and Associates CONSULTING ENGINEERS nqford Building Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR COLLINS GARAGE Est. 1928 24 HOUR SERVICE ONE OF THE LARGEST GENERAL REPAIR GARAGES IN THE SOUTH ALL MAKES AND MODELS PHONE 3-7308 M S. W. 2nd St. Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR V VI IUO\ HOTEL lames Ave. • Miami Beach PHONE 5-2901 %  ONE 5SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETT'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street 6721 MIAMI BEACH THE PROMISE OF 5709 (Continued from Page 36) 000 annually. A staff of 59 Palestinians under the direction of Morris Laub of New York City worked closely with Jewish Agency representatives, distributed huge amounts of supplementary food and clothing, operated dispensaries and free clinics, taught Hebrew and history to the youngsters, trades and skills to the adults. And when Jews were permitted to leave Cyprus, it was JDC which provided their food for the journey, luggage and pocket money. The second outstanding feature of the past twelve months was the slow—but measurable—economic recovery on the continent. Here too JDC's role was a vital one. JDC funds supported 51 loan funds and credit cooperatives, 162 ORT training centers and the schooling of 65,000 young people, nabling them to take their place m society and share in the general improvement in conditions. Accompanying this improvement was a consolidation of JDC social reconstruction and welfare programs. During the past twelve months JDC's medical program in Europe grew to include the support of 525 hospitals, sanataria, clinics, dispensaries and convalescent centers. The care of Jewish children was expanded. JDC assumed responsibility for the children's homes operated by the World Jewish Congress and Rescue Children, Inc., bringing to more than 380 the number of JDC supported homes where Jewish youngsters, mainly orphans, are growing up into adulthood. In all, 140,000 boys and girls receive JDC assistance in Europe. Unification of religious and cultural program was another aspect of the generally improved conditions in 5708. Under the guidance of the Jewish Central Or thodox Committee, formed by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the U.S. and Canada, JDC provided extensive aid to recognized bodies engaged in rebuilding orthodox Jewish life; gave funds for the repair and restoration of synagogues, cemeteries, mikvoth, yeshivoth and other institutions; opened kosher kitchens in many areas; shipped Sifrei Torah, prayer books and other religious articles across the Atlantic to Europe; made extensive provision for the observance of Passover and other holidays: and undertook special emigration projects for orthodox Jewish groups, including Rabbis, yeshiva groups and others. In Eastern Europe live more than 800.000 of Europe's Jewish survivors. Deeply affecting the lives of these men, women and children was the third outstanding development of the year: the growing trend towards national%  zation of local economies. The new economic orientation in the countries of Eastern Europe posed a tremendous problem to TDC in 5708. Merchants and shopkeepers, jobbers and wholesalers, small manufacturers and salesmen found themselves out of work —without liades or businesses At the same time, hunger and ooverty continued to be widespread. To meet this new development, JDC adopted a new technique — producers' cooperatives^—and intensified programs on an old one—vocational training. A producers' cooperative is a voluntary organization whose members pool their skills and resources to produce goods for sale. I With funds from JDC and loca' sources, tools ar.d raw materials are obtained and work is begun The scene in Poland, where JDC carried out extensive economic .ehabilitation work last ye&r, represents an emerging pattern of the future of Jewish economic recovery in Eastern Europe. In Poland more than 200 JDC-aided producers' cooperatives are turning out machinery and furniture, clothing and glassware, woolens (Continued on Page 48) TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES— 1263 Weit Flagler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TIP TOP TRIM SHOP Custom-Made Seat Covers—Auto Tops—Complete Upholstering Glass—Auto Painting We Call for and Deliver 3217 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-1745 MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 9-9963 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ROY L. WILLARD, Inc. Plastering Contractors PHONE 4-2963 SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2215-25 Collins Avenue EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS To Jewry Everywhere BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. T. Jeffries OF Florida East Coast Railway GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach 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 GREETINGS La Vigne Electric Company t 38 N.W. Seventh Street—Phone 2-1759



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-;-• FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1948 *Jewisii Meridian PAGE TWENTY-NINE GREETINGS 1 I I JOHN A. MOORE AND BISCAY1VE ENGINEERING CO. Blue Prints — Photostats — Drawing Materials Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Courthouse) 47 N.W. FIRST STREET Phone 3-3666 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HARDIN OFFICE SUPPLY 270 GIRALDA CORAL GABLES HAPPY NEW YEAR Al Herman and Daughter HIGH GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th AVENUE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR IV ES CERTIFIED DAIRY OJUS, FLORIDA i|i A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. INC. ONE OF THE SOUTH'S OLDEST AND LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS General Offices: 101 WEST FLAGLER STREET GREETINGS S. E. GIFFEN, Chairman of Board S. C. RAYMOND, Pres. D. E. GIFFEN. Vice Pres. JOHN P. HUNTER, Secy GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING — INSULATING — VENTILATING Manufacturers of CEMENT ROOFING TILE — SOLAR WATER HEATERS 236 ARAGON AVE. CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA Phones: 4 1651 — 4-1652 gj A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 \ji A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Phone 7-1823 Repainting — Repairing GULFSTREAM VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY 746 N. E. 79th Street, Miami. Florida ALUMINUM A SPECIALTY FE. BROWN L. K. KEMP TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HODGMAN M I'll III IT BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS 1525 San Rafael Ave. Phon 4-3557 Coral Gables Jews In Sports (Continued from Page 17) Park afire. In college ball, Dan Dworsky developed into a center of Ail-American caliber at Michigan and is expected to improve himself in his final season at Ann Arbor. In college basketball, Dan Forman, Adolph Schayes and Joel Kaufman were the mainstays of N.Y.U. Forman made the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-American team. His college career is finished as is Schayes'. The latter has been drafted by New York in the E.A.A. and Moline in the National League. By th e time this story appears in print there is a likelihood that Adolph will sign with the Phillips Oilers of A.A.U. and Olympic team fame. Nelson Bobb was the star of Temple's aggregation, while Bob Allen played regularly with the DePaul five which appeared in the Metropolitan Invitation tourney. Among the pros, Max Zaslofsky of the Chicago Stags was outstanding. He led the B.A.A. scorers and ended the season as the unanimous choice for the AllLeague honors. Tanenbaum with New York, Fleishman and Kaplowitz with Philadelphia, Mariaschin with Boston, Torgoff and Hertzberg with Washington, and Rothenberg with St. Louis were other prominent B.A.A. performers. In the National League, Holzman with Rochester and Boykoff with Toledo were topnotchers. Eddie Gottlieb master minded his Philly Warriors to the B.A.A. finals where they lost to the Baltimore quintet. Abe Saperstein's Harlem Globetrotters played to record crowds where ever they appeared. The littlesports tycoon enjoyed the best year in over twenty years of pro moting basketball. His club endec the season by touring the Ha waiian Islands. Our Olympic track and field representatives, Irv Monschein. Vic Frank and Steve Seymour were the best Jewish men in their respective fields. Monschein scored for N.Y.U. in the the high jump and then went ahead to make the Olympic decathlon squad. Frank, a Yale sophmore, came along rapidly in the discus until he was beating all comers in the East. He was strong enough to make the three man discus squad chosen by the Olympic Committee after the competition at Evanston, Illinois. Seymour has broken one American javelin record after another despite the handicap of a smashed shoulder blade. There were several star.* on the Olympic fringe with Ira Kaplan, N.Y.U. sprint star, looming as a future contender for national honors. The grunt and gtoaners continued their merry way with such villains of yore as Harry Finklestein, Ace Freeman, Abe Stein and Herb Freeman continuing their acting along the eastern seaboard. A newcomer, Phil Gruber, impressed students of the game with his knowledge of all holds anc. amazing strength. As a result of the impetus given the game by television most promoters in the east enjoyed a banner year. Eddie Gottlieb in Philadelphia indicated that his grappling shows held up amazingly well during the past year. Herman Barron of White Plains, N. Y., continued as the sole Jewish golf player of national prominence with another successful financial year added to his list. Seymour Greenberg still goes on as the best tennis player although Seixas, Schwartz and Steiner of the college set are forging their way to the front in the national standings. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller Extend Best Withe* for a Happy New Year to All SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINS M. II. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Modern Paint Company, Inc. PAINTING CONTRACTORS GLASS. MIRRORS. TABLE TOPS AND STORE FRONTS Operated by Fred Walker 4030 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-3500 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR yj DAVE MARMORSTEIN PAINTING CONTRACTOR 1337 S. W. 15th St. Phone 82-6089 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MARGARET ANN Super Markets MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS LLOYD D. LeMAN STUDIO SPECIALIST IN FORMAL AND CANDID WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS 233 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables. Fla. PHONE 4-2597 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI 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 Trucks 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. Box 451. South Miami Branch PHONES: 4-2581—4-2582 %  SINCEREST BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends SINCE 1926 KENNEDY and ELY INSURANCE. INC. 1900 Congress Building Phones 3-0641—3-0642—3-0643—3-0644 MIAMI, FLORIDA



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fllDA^OCTOBER 1, 1948 + flsl Ihililstr ."_ Plain By ALFRED SEGAL M ZILCH'S NEW YEAR Laking of New Year, I re2£r dWinctly a certain New me mor-ing-that is to say, the SiSTS January 1. 1933. A £ r n e t citizen who knows when Jfhas had enough of celebrating. Wgone to bed at midnight. .vbe wasn't discretion so lM *l s that tired feeling that takes' hold of a man at midnight f-is middk age.^ Anyway. I "•' deep in dreams that conled no poetk significance a: STSobably I • dreaming my Xvorite dream: Time and again h/ve found myself downtown Xut r.y sho en ani at the ,_. -— -5-. devastating em%  Si. I %  m, — God. Hj at r.::-:-? I was !.:. fr a crash u rf fly whole world SautsinM was "arry to find ,1: was :: r^= ~"* *=* -" ,?•-•: "-"-Aicmic Age— in,'% %  =* — ~ had I been 2 cccdraeo to eon. thai • r ~^' : ~ tact : :-•** i: : S^aer ; L.^" ? r ; j na is AM acrnet •J %  %  -i-| .-. • §c-n* -s^cii has made = ansC* aaaaex It ever y.~ '-i.K r -iB to anc rteej .'.'^entaA :ce :' jtat ; • ." Vend, aa *.i-i rice r.cii"" TfiT ;2T ." BB" %  ; v..i: :e Bad MB —.:rr. :: :n* :: •; %  • :_^i a^BBari Baa -.. %  Then kad v ; BBBBai %  .c %  : --:-— :.:_ r -4 ~— 5in4 feat vx "! i— i %  : "' %  %  ;. : ; naansoB mi BBJ %  :.: %  irt Li?'-: ieasse : t-i-i %  ii kaari i_M -*• %  ~ %  :ii^r ar* -. •: nay %  B*H1 n— Ska a at dan ir? :L i : ing --E Ifazi : :i :..; R 1 | v--.lr-v--_ T i ..-..-.._-. -_ iaa ."•rv'-sn i' -i-41 iz — sos : -1 — -. sir Z—~Banal am *ear _r: rBBBI *aar. fee ; : -a; CrtUI, MIA I f mm Talk : %  %  of God and duty. He han been decent in all the ethical require ments of his Jewish upbringing He has tried to be jurt in hit dealings and to be kind H man, made as he is of comn clay and weak. Now as die few 5708 ;... around, Mr. Zilch isn't calling .; the hotel to make reaerval •• for a party. It BBBtna he bcl oa gi to a peculiar people arho regard a new year ai ".---• ;-, solemn pausing i.-.d laofcaag arcur.d an.d lookir.g inwardly U a new year -.; r.%*.' :J-. r..-.y to d--. abean .t? In what baa '--.-^ :r. the 7ar joat *r aad arbat he ?..-< v. make v' t-je year s. mrjt* Vhafl thj Lfe ar-7-**7^ I ;-^st windcTr-cIeajuiig. -JC :~ z:z mamifacturer -..• k M :>• : dry 'leaner -.r < _r." Wbafa he her ?.r" A-.i vhaa*i v. ce d-.r.^ -• i ..' •-3 T-atry h_i ie-.r.g her*'' 3>fr 7.'.IT. seeceuH >?"... %  •.v. f.r "_-.r T'lr.er.: if -:" vHa ^caea .'—a y.ccier*i IT leavs '.rr vzdcnr-^ear_n4 :.-i r—"-: r. -_j dr-Je.-.-...-.^ : SB1 !.: -te -.ffj-^ :t z^a r.i'-^try ciii-wi --.r. z*A ie ;>.'. •_ia rniimn anray \Cr Zlgit BVSfl BB li -t aaas vttfi 1. T:'i m^r:: sar se rs.<.: .x* \ crsnd ia la ^vsaar -. v =n v-^ ryri^r-g-i^ irrter ana Baa aaaai Baeaa ateet %  v mes-t ".: ~-:i Tt.1 >"ew 1 H A ajBaaflaaaaaBi af alafafa Bga t ;i3 "viM meni ".: .:> virf :_; ^re. E^ vil ae -ji^-~4 -* BBBl T-ir-:-•. -.| -an r^ ana 1-r 1 i— — % %  • Thou hnat eretted It f..rfl ..f *ill the Worldfl Mny of ',iti worku .irin v.nn and our -iuyn puiw Jiway like M abadow Oltf lif MTOUld be % %  iW'V.'-ihii -/urnly, //in it not for the aoul niiaah, lath ioned ifi TYihn\muv,*, vj/'- ut aaauranca of u higbei deetlny Help ua, '> ','ir Ood, to banlah from out hearta all pride and iraifl glory ell -of/-;,. %  ,,, wnt\A : %  / p'/'.vall aeif ?. ,u..< 1 &f .':*r..r.-£ .;,',:, •, %  •,/,,-, .-'..•, %  v/.v thaw word* ?// Zilen apaafca te Cod -• tht • %  Veer day BOOM people may object 0.. tkiog loo •• .%  of 1 1 • • aaraenaga -.? .'/./...•• adto %fter <.. 1 %  %  % %  : %  %  / U •..* %  • • • >tr, ...... j .. .... .. j -.-•.* ;;. grr< •---' -. • o*-.' 1 %  < 4 l*r ...+ %  Wj *• %  % %  • < %  :,r *-,*• % % %  %  1 lea 4 '.>.,• v. >. /• .. ---,-• • ar*etev • %  %  %  ; %  %  /.,-. %  .-, H> .'A/-; < % %  ;.: %  %  • • 1 •• r--w 7-. / %  7 %  *" J %  %  + %  • 1 yw S'w rear ai '.-^ -; ^. sad • • aad %  1 ; a sv-^ V/. %  • •-^ -s."• >S UkfeRM •/ %  %  --' %  TO Ai.r, A MAi'i'V NITW VHIAM TOPS AM. TIU: CO. iMfOfiTnil or '.';AH ttt.r. MAMrA'rn/nr.rm or '.r.MrwT nooriwo rif.i 1111 W.W.H. lUr.r i/fi %  hone a* IIM TO A., A M'i'1'1 MAf'I'V NKW VfAi TIPPIN'Ji STANDARD IDtVld ITATIOM ATI.AH Tinra %  ATTBRfM 2*4'. w w 7>, Avenue •bone 1 WM Miami, r '. ; %  ;, ;: 1 / ff Q ;; STEWART SKINNER AUCMTTECni '/'/':'; n ;: i ^*** ri ;• g r. %  ; ; n '. •••, DR. MILTON SASLOW v^ baaaobi Head — • — —••---.--.----ROYALTON HOTEL in %JL lea VTBSCT City BdMtiw> icr-TLZi r:ca. ;-ues : w r*^ii Vamm. Ktr-r-rt \--.-yv^2A, 3S3T THHE3 f.fk ~"^E re^ "T^a IAIM(ff TAVH5 r> f V fcfc brmtm c :MC MC •-^r:" RAMH oFia samr ct T :-i -?-:5::, 23 :: i*~rj* ajjumi S^aja %  *"o>*' -awf ^aaaaajaffja*; • ^ ^ •919 11 >M( ftaWaal '-"V MersuziE i 2m; Ircrs "• • • %  """ -2 .> 1 1 ~at iMercs Incr 5rcn* :-— Raaa ^ *-^2LI Piciffc -iimie \ JVDOV JL *^c u^r **ztzrnari tttllW taaa 3^_ "-ac. •o %#. a4.#c w^ w^/ ; --^ gfJaVy ; / "ji_ -Jcx 'd :. z.zzi P9 rrrn.i. s ^r r'M^iP ^iii^oc^ =. >^a. -iva ga^ga^gaj



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1948 r Belh Sholom Reveals Teaching Staff -Jswlsii Ik,Seller, PAGE THIRTEEN Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the religious school board, have this week announced the list of appointments of the teaching staff of the religious school for the 1948-49 season. Sydney J. Greenberg, wellknown Philadelphia Jewish educator, and for the past several years,a permanent resident of Miami Beach, will again head the staff as principal. Mr. Greenberg. w ho received his M.S. in Ed. from Temple University, and persued his Jewish studies in Dropsio College, was formerly principal of the Jewish Educational Center and assistant to the director of the Philadelphia Council of Jewish Education. Other members of the staff include Miss Anne Orris, graduate of Boston University, and Boston Hebrew Teachers College, who' will head the Hebrew departmentMiss Louise Raphael, who recently completed a summer course at the Hebrew Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary and will teach in both the Hebrew and Sunday departments; Mis? Evelyn Bauer, graduate of Hunter College and Teachers College, Columbia University; Mrs. Jean Berman, graduate of Hunter College and former N. Y. C. public school teacher; Harry Ellis, M.A., De Paul University, Chicago, who taught in the junior and senior high schools in Chicago; Mrs. Ruth Ellis, graduate of Hyde Park Peoples College, Chicago, former recreational director of the Shakesperian elementary school, and nursery school supervisor at Beth Eliezer, Chicago, will assume charge of the nursery and kindergarten departments; Herman Fried, organist of Temple Beth Sholom. graduate of N.Y.U. School of Education and of the Yeshivah of Bensonhurst, formerly teacher in the high schools of New Jersey and currently music director of the Miami Beach YMHA; Mrs. Herman Fried, who will be the first librarian teacher in the history of the school; Abe Hurwitz, editorial writer for the Miami Herald, graduate of the University of Washington, Chicago, and former teacher in the religious schools of Seattle, Washington; Cantor Samuel Kelemer, educated at the Hertzilia Hebrew Academy, C.C., N.Y., the Julliard School of Music and the Eastman School of Music, will instruct the Bar Mitzvah class and head the music department; Mrs. Rose Kelemer, graduate of the University of Rochester; Rabbi Leon Kronish. who will instruct the Confirmands; Joseph Pardo, University of Miami graduate and president of Masada, a Zionist Youth Organization; Mrs. Doris A. Pardo, graduate of the University of Miami and former president o' Junior Hadassah, and Miss Etta Habonim Elects Officers The Greater Miami Habonim organization held elections September 23. New officers are: president, Yvette Margulies Fegel; vice president, Flo Feldman; secretary, Delores Simons; treasurer, Harvey Goldberg. The Noar and Bonim groups are planning an Oneg Shahbat for this Friday evening, October first, 8 p.m., to be held at the home of Miss Bea Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road. Shaloms Shawmut and her committee are planning a skit, Palestinian .singing and dancing. Refreshemnts will be served. Amdur, who will again be in charge of the school office. To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" A A B c ———^ F Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman daughter, Harriet, and son, Henry Ted Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jack, Arthur, and Leslie August Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Block 1534 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Albert and Rachel Wish All Their Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. August and Family 1585 S. W. 18lh Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Cornblum and daughter, Maxine Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George G. Adler 1096 Venetian Causeway Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Block and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman and son, Mark 814 Alton Road Wish All Their Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Crystle Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Friends and Relatives B A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Louis Adler Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodenstein and Family Wish All. Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Babad and Family 825 West Avenue, Miami Beach Wish All Their Friends and Relatives and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Balber and Children Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR D Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. David Adlerblum and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr.-. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doshay and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and MrSj Joseph M. Fine Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Baron Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Herman Alexander and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Firestone Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family 516 Washington Avenue Wish All ThenFriends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Dubler and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Sandra Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishbein and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alper and Family c A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Lillian Fisher Wish All Their Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and son. Bernard Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Carr and Daughter Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family Wish All Their A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert Wish All Their Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleeman Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NKW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Chernow and son, Bernie L. Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum and son. Walter Wish All Their Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Ehreus and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleigler Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Benjamin of Honolulu Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berg and Richard and Madelyn Wish Ay. Their Friends anu Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Cicero and Sons Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Daughter Wish All Their Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Femily Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish All Tneir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR daughter, Minna Lea and son, Henry Wish All Their Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Friends and Relative^ A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen 2220 S.W. 19th Terrace Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. 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