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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1950
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PAGE TWO
*Jewlsli h>ridian
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8,
Miamiuns To Usher In New Year At 23 Synagogues
Greater Miami Jewry will attend Rosh Hashona services sermons and officiate_ at servjces.
to be conducted in 23 synagogues and temples throughout the ^''SS^lSSglStS "<
community beginning Monday evening, September 11. Services |]l(, Downtown Synagogue.
in all Orthodox, Conservative and Liberal houses of worship rjnlv Liberal congregation in
will be held both Tuesday and Wednesday; Reform services Miami is the Coral Gables Jewish
are slated for Tuesday only.
In Miam i Orth i rvices will
Coi tion Beth Ei.
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ns and Bricklayi I fnion
Building. 3350 N.W. 7th Ave.;
Ji .. sh Home foi the Aged, 335
S.w 12th Ave.
At Beth El Monday evening
lit 6:30 p.l
'I'ii. lay and Wednesday they will
; ;<: 'd a.m. Rabbi Murray
1 ler will preach on '"Foi g< i Us
Not" the first day and A New
a New Life" the sec >nd day.
tor Jacob T
the services.
Si rvici at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation .ire
slated tn get underway at 0 p.m.
lay and 'J a.m. the two suc-
ng days. Rabbi Simon April's '
in.-, scheduled for 11 a.m. j
both days, will be on "The Prob-
lems cii Life" and "Our Modern
i nth." Cantor Berele Kelemer,
assisted by .. trained choir, will
conduct the .-
N.W. Jewish Center holiday
; : eld at 6 ] Ion-
day and 8:30 a.m. Tuesday and
. Rev. S G itt in, well
known in r< ligi ius circli s here
the] mduct
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theasl Miami Women's
Club. 454 N E. 58th St.; Israelite
Center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terr.:
Downtown Synagogue, 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. (old Beth David).
Beth David congregants will
usher in the New Year at 6. p.m.
Vlonda; Services will be held at
.v and Wednesday
with an additional service sched-
uled for 10:30 a m. Rabbi Iftax
Ma inches
and the Beth David choir under
the direction of Leon Stuff will
- nssion at
the servi< i s ill bt "Portrait of
Man'' and "In God's Name."
Cum::;. G A:il chant the
id portions
the hoi day.
Stu.i at Beth David
| will be under the direction of
e B. Gordon and Mr. i
crantz. Participants will be Har-
vey Kasow. Jack Katzker, Ken-j
neth Sher and Howard Segal.
Student services will be held in,
the vestry room at the rear of the
synagogue.
Rabbi Ralph De Koven will
conduct the services of the Fit I
i' ngi i ition of -
Gables. Cantoi Max Cooper will
'. the litui gical pi ayers.
West Miami Ji w sh Center will
ervi in its new
build High Holy Day
period. Rabbi Ezi i Lifsh tz. new-
will

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tfve the soi is. His topics will
be "R Signi
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in 5711 n new buildini with a
leader, Rabbi Dr.
A. Ben Elias, who will give the
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
MR, and MRS. ill Kit. it i siai ic
KENNY and ARTHUR
2111 S.W. 21st Street
Center. 320 Palerma Ave w here
Rabbi Morris Skop will offer the
Sermons and Cantor Joseph W.
Malek and a choir under the di-
rection <>t Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
will render the holiday prayers.
At Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th
St., Miami's only Reform group,
there will be two services. The
first will be held at 7 p.m. and
the second at 9 p.m. Sermon topic
will be "The Pyramid of Our
Faith." Tuesday's services are
scheduled for 10 a.m. Sermon will
be on "A Treasure That Is True."
Services will be conducted by Dr.
Joseph R. Narot and Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan.
Orthodox synagogues in Miami
Beach include Congregation Beth
Jacob. 301 Washington Ave.; He-
brew Academy. 918 6th St.; Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid
Ave.: Knescth Israel Congrega-
tion. 1415 Euclid Ave.; Eitz Chaim
Congregation. Tides Hotel: Young
Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach.
4001 Chase Ave.
New Year services at Beth
Jacob will be held Monday and
Tuesday evenings at 6 p.m. and
Tuesday and Wednesday morn-
ings at 8 a.m. in both the syna-
gogue building and the David
Whitman Hall. In the synagogue
building services will be con-
ducted by Cantor Louis D. Feder
and Rev. M. Katz; in David Whit-
man Hall they will be conducted
| by S. J. Freedman and J. Ossip.
Special Sephardic services will be
held in the religious school dl
rooms. Rabl i Mi >se Mi scheli iff
i speak on "A Day lor Re-
membrance" and "A Dav for
K i ight." Tashlich will be held
3rd St. and the
I
leavin n the
i
'
1 Wed nesday at 8 a.it
Cantors Harrj Katz and Elias
Rosch will chant thi s<
. ler S. Gross will
d< livi r the sermons on both days.
His topic for the first day will be
ih Education Means Sur-
vival" and for the second dav.
"Return to Yourself." The rabbi
will conduct classes on I
pretation of the New Year liturgy
on both days at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
chant services and deliver the
sermons at Beth Tfilah.
The High Holiday service: al
Knescth Israel Cong n will
mark the first anni\ if the
. ongregation. Cantor Abra-
ham Self will take over his duties
at the synagogue at holiday serv-
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will de-
liver the sermons.
Young Israel services are set
for Monday at (i p.m. and Tu
Wednesday at !i a.m.
R bbi II. Horowitz, who has
is advisei to the local
' I th past i.i
"ill condui t services and pn .. i
n ms at the
Conservative religious groups in
Miami Beach include the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave.; North Shore Jewish
Center, Normandy Theatre.
At the Miami Beach Jewish
Center services will be held Mon-
day night at 6:30 and Tuesday
and Wednesday mornings at 8.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate assisted by Cantor Jacob
Y. Goldring and the center choir
under the direction of Ben Yomen.
Sermon topics will be "Let Us
Choose Life" and "The Hope That
Is Ours.''
English responsive and unison
readings will constitute a major
portion of the holiday rites at the
North Shore Jewish Center. Harry
Tessler and Morris Dollinger wiil
alternate as cantors for Scha-
charris. Rabbi Philip Fried will
conduct Musaf assisted by a choir
consisting of Al Mechlowitz,
choirmaster. Leo Steinman, A. J.
Kaplan. Sam Jaffee, Ben Bass,
Ernest Snyder. Melvin Altman.
Morris Dollinger and Ronnie
Fried. Sunday school teacW.
assist children who V I *'"
the balcony. WU1 upy
Rosh Hashona services at t
pie Both Sholom. Chase kSt
41st St.. Miami H, .. V"
congregation, will begin Za?-1
p.m. Monday, when Rabbi r
Kronish will speak on'.fc"
Fabricated Utopias." On Tuc^
at 10 a.m. the rabbi '?
"The Moral Dilemma (*
following day at the samatlSS
his sermon will be on "PP 2*
and .'or Faith." Children's ?'!
young people's services will k!
conducted Tuesday and Wednc
day at 11 a.m. Cantor SamS
Kelemer will render the SJ
portions of all services.
Temple Isaiah, the Beach R
form congregation has scheduled
its services for Monday at awl
p.m. arid Tuesday at 10:30 am ,t
the Atlantis Hotel. Rabbi MoTha
P. Mann s sermons will be on
"How to Measure Life" and
"Man's Greatest Curse." Dr Pi
Beck will chant the prayers
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950
Israel Children
It'turn To School
TEL AVIV, (JTA) All schools
throughout the country reopened
this week after the summer va-
cation period, except the elemen-
ts: v schools which postponed
their reopening until September
14 the day following Rosh
Hashona.
Premier David Ben Gurion has
appointed a committee to study
various problems concerning
higher education, including the
coordination of the programs of
tin Hebrew University, Weiz-
inann Institute of Science and
Haifa Technological Institute. The
ci mmittee will seek to raise the
level of research in academic ed-
,n and coordinate scientific
rch with the country's de-
ment and security programs.
nroblem of attracting Jew-
cientists and religious
rs from abroad to Israel, as
as of encouraging Jewish
its to go abroad to complete
studies, will also be dealt
by the committee. Gen.
] v Dori. former Chief of Staff
of the Israel Army.is chairman
oi tin- committee," which has
among its members leading edu-
cators from all Israel institutions
of higher learning.
*b>*Uhrk>rldliari
PAGE THREE
Miami s Rapidly Growing Family Of Rabbis Holds First xMeeting
Haifa Airfield
Ik Reopened
HAIFA, (JTA)The Haifa air-
field, which has been closed since
January 1, 1950, reopened here
this week for domestic and in-
ternational traffic. The airport
has already granted facilities to
Cyprus Airways to operate one
weekly run between Nicosia,
Cyprus capital, and Haifa. A
second weekly flight will be
added to the schedule later.
A new eight-mile road cutting
the time of the motor trip be-
tween Jerusalem and Tel Aviv by
20 minutes was officially opened
:n Jerusalem by Labor Minister
Golds Myerson. The road runs
from the Latrun junction on the
old Jerusalem highway to a mile
or so before Ramleh.
Hit
Miami's erer-growing family of rabbis turned out for the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami's first meeting of the
season held at Temple Israel Wednesday at noon. New rabbis
were welcomed at the session and plans were outlined for a series
of radio programs to be broadcast during the holiday season. Shown
at the conclave are (1. to r.) Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, secretary; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president; Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Dr. Joseph R. Narot; (second row) Rabbis Isaac H. Ever,
Simon April, Irving Lehrman. Murray Grauer, Ralph De Koven;
(third row) Rabbis Morris Skop. Leon Kronish, Jacob J. Honig
and Ezra Lifshitz. Rabbi Marius Ranson was unable to attend
the meeting. Ardmon
Special Headline
Because of the High Holidays, offices of The Jewish
Flondian will be closed from Monday evening, September 11,
to Wednesday evening, September 13. All material and photog-
raphs for publication in the Friday, September 15, issue must
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Abraham Morris Bear. 55. of
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a local hospital Saturday follow-
ing a long ill-1
ness.
A resident of
Miami for the
past 15 years,
Mr. Bear was one
of the first dress
manufacturers in
this area and was
owner of Sun-
la n d Fashions.
He was a charter I
member of the [
Miami Fashion!
Council.
Organizer and I
vice president of |
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
ruth, Mr. Bear was past president
of Congregation Beth El, a board
member of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, the Hebrew Academy
and Mount Sinai Hospital, and
was a member of the Greater Mi-
ami Bureau of Jewish Education.!
He leaves his wife, Clara; a i
daughter, Mrs. Mollie Klein; a |
son, Harry: two brothers, Sol of |
Tucson, Arizona, and Eli of New
York City; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie
1 Levine and Mrs. Anna Parilis of
Brooklyn, N. Y.; four grandchil-
dren. Rohan Bear. Roy, Diane
and Linda Klein.
Services were held Sunday at
2:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth
El with Rabbis Murray Grauer'
and Simon April and Cantor J. I
Tambo'r officiating. Interment was
in the Jewish Section of W
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PAGE FOUR
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
EDITORIAL
A Wear oi Hinnlnvss
Thi5 is the season of the year when our thoughts
turn to the joyful things of life; when, even though
there are threatening s-hawodws, our hearts feel
only gratitude. "May this be a year of goodness
end peace," we say, one of the other, "a year of
realization and of spiritual prosperity."
This is the hcur, too, when we draw close cgain
to the fountainhead of our faith. Reverently we
seek communion with Godand with ourselves.
However faltering our belief, we wend our way
toward the sanctuarytestifying thus to a vic-
torious survival of impulses that, born of the past
long gone and buried in the niches cf memory,
are ever precious and alive.
It is not ;ust sentiment" that impels us to
observe the holy days. Not merely a tribute to
pious fathers and mothers. There is something
more vague perhaps, but vitally compelling;
something that banishes doubt and carries light
into confused and troubled minds, and humbles
men in the presence of the Great Mystery. It may
be the realization that human life is, after all,
bcrne on the wings of fate part of the majestic
drama that is being enacted on this earthly scene.
It is c day, also, for retrospection, for casting
aside pretense and vanity and self-deception. A
day to balance our accomplishments, and the
satisfactions we gained in the past, against Time's
iHusionments- cur victories against our fail-
ares. .': our se'.f-cppraisal is honest, and if we are
.villing to shed the trappings of convention and
sacrifice rorr.e oi the meaningless things which we
so ccrelessly offer to pride ... if we choose
he sirr.ple, modest way of life: then the day is
no longer one of mere sentimental pretense, but
takes on spiritual significance.
Then, with cleaner hearts, with nobler earnest-
ness, may we intone the plea: "Inscribe us in the
See!-: cf Life, end grant unto us a Year of
Happiness."
Thv Year 57It
We enter the year 5711 with the realization that
certain basic responsibilities continue to confront
American Jews. The events in the year which has
just ended clearly indicated that we must still deal
with many crucial problems and that the major
shcre of our attention and effort must still be con-
centrated on the tasks of rebuilding Jewish life in
Israel and other parts of the world. Recent de-
velopments on the world scene have served to
underscore the fact that the hope of civilization
lies in the leadership of the United States. In the
case cf the Jewish people, it is self-evident that
its destiny is overwhelmingly in the hands of the
Jews of America.
In the year 5710 we had ample evidence that
the era of emerqency for Jews is not over. A very
substantial increase in disaster immigration to
Israel provided dramatic proof of the dangers
confronting Jews in the Near East, North Africa
and in certain parts of Europe. All of us were
greatly encouraged by the fact that permission
was granted to Jewp several months ago to leave
Iraq and Roumania in substantial numbers. But
this situation alone served to stress the urgency
cf the increased obligations of American Jews
in terms of greater response to the United Jewish
H4fr#'
A CALL FOR PEACE -
Appeal. There are deadlines on the emigration
oi Jews from Iraq to Israel and from Roumania
and other countries. It is difficult for us to take in
terms of sacrifice when we realize that the people
of Israel have had to assume greater burdens
of austerity in order to provide their fellow Jews
from lands of distress with the bare necessities
of shelter and food.
Through the instrumentality of the United Jewish
Appeal, American Jews registered very definite
and impressive achievements in 5710 in re-
habilitation and resettlement in Israel, Europe
and North Africa and in the United States. But as
we begin a new year we must resolve to see the
job through. We must recognize that large scale
immigration to Israel represents a matter of saving
lives and that to the extent that we fall short of
our expectations, we are prolonging the misery
and suffering, which so many hundreds of thous-
ands of our brothers across the sea are enduring
today.
We have come a long way since the days of
destruction. We have already established inspir-
ing milestones on the road to revival. But we dare
not falter, we dare not slacken our pace until
we have fully solved the problem of Jewish suffer-
ing and homelessness. Great opportunities in the
reconstruction of the Jewish people lie ahead in
5711. We must show that we axe worthy of these
opportunities by meeting them with all the ie-
sources and all the devotion at our command. In
that way we will make it a happy new year for
a maximum number cf our fellow Jews throughout
the world.
Inflationary I'endonn In Israel
Denied Bv Finance .Minister
JERUSALEM. (JTAi Israel
Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan
denied here that inflationary
tendencies exist in the Jewish
state or that the government is
considering a currency devalua-
tion. Mr. Kaplan made this state-
ment prior to the opening of the
special conference of Israel gov-
enment and Jewish Agency lead-
e and a delegation of American
business and communal leaders.
The Finance Minister revealed
that approximately five percent
of deposits were withdrawn from
benks during the month of
August, amounting to about $19.-
000.000. He declared that this sum
mcreased the gold price "uniust-
!"? and unreasonably" and
those persons who rushed to
stores to buy up large quantities
of goods would lose a "good part
of their money." He also disclosed
that the government had allocated
about $225,000,000 for immigra-
tion, absorption and colonization
and that about $140,000,000 had
already been spent by June of
this year.
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
I told a press conference that the
i consultations which opened here
will not embrace the financial
j crisis but will instead help the
I government draw up a long-term
i policy of immigration and ab-
| sorption.
Eailier. Dr. N;ihum Goodmann,
chairman of the American B>
of the Jewish Agency, declared
that the consultations will not
deal with Zionist affairs. He
pointed out that the relations be-
tween the Agency and the- govern-
ment were decided at the last
meeting of the Zionist Actions
Committee.
UN Conciliation Unit
Winds Up Current Meet
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
U.N. Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission wound up its current ses-
sions here and will leave for
Ankara for a short visit t o
Turkey. The Commission will re-
convene at Lake Success on Oct -
ber 2. During its stay in the
Middle East the Commission held
official talks with the leaders of
the fivernments concerned as
well as private conversations with
leading personalities in the va-
rious countries.
Cemmics Or \o:
Show foes On
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Com-
munist demonstrators at the
YMCA here last week failed to!
halt the showing of an American I
film on Korea.
Jewish School
Is Taken Over
In Budapest
ROME. (JTA)The Jewish
High School of Budapestone of
the best educational institutions
in the Hungarian capital has
been taken over by the Hun-
garian government, according to
reports reaching here this week.
The school's teachers, the reports
said, will be assigned to other
posts, in accordance with the of-
ficial nationalization policy.
The "Tarbut" Hebrew school in
Budapest was taken over by the
government last year and all of
the school's Jewish teachers have
been replaced by Christian in-
structors. Hebrew is no longer
part of the Tarbut school's cur-
riculum, the reports reaching here
stated.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
*Jenisfi nor id/an
PAGE FIVE
Israeli Officials, 40 U.S. Jewish Leaders
Confer On American Aid To Israel
JERUSALEM. (XTA)--Plans for American-Jewish aid to Israel
were discussed here at the urqent conference called by the
Israel government and the Jewish Agency, which opened on
iy with the participation of more than 40 prominent Ameri-
can Jewish leaders. The parley, at which the floating of a
100,000 loan for Israel
throughout the world
I the major subjects
took plat i
i.
inship
>n.
. I. the i xtraordinary con-
Pi imier
took place at the
Hot I under the
of Premier David
Ben Gurion
in inspiring survey i i
pri gi ess from the tei mi-
British Mandate to
. e phase of consoli-
the stale." lie em-
the "most significant
, phenomenon in contem-
Jewish historythe mass
.'i Jews returning in
edented numbers to their
land." The Israel
1 dwelt on the 'striking
While Israel already fei is ,, gri .
lack of skilled labor, pi :
i ngineers, nurses and doc!
Premier said, immigrants
from the Orient have proven
th< mselves i xcellenl pioneers. He
d the hope that the "west
: send skilled workers and
professional persons to serve in
velopment of the country."
During the past two yeai
Hen (Union reported. 240 agri-
cultural settlements were estab-
lished, 2.100.000 dunams of land
were put under cultivation and
82.000 persons were settled on the
land. "These amazing develop-
ments weie made possible by
I Oriental Jews from Turkey,
! Yemen, Morocco and Eastern
i; \: ica and Asia seek to
I i Israel.
\ are to be saved from
n, the Israel Premier
a minimum of COO.000 im-
i be brought to Is-
e next three years. An
ation to Israel of
tl refore, he continued,
treat urgency." "The
:-. a number of countries
other choiceand we in
I have no other choice.
11 difficulties, the flow
gration must continue,"
I
Bi D Gurion continued:
that Israel is a small
tened with a second
the Arab states, who
from abroad while
:tically an embargo
Israel by the United
St '"' Bl tain. We carry a
defense burden than the
\e of the Unifed States and
ii/i..' ire are still young and
sir;. ng TO get on our feet, we
take h people. It may be'
ally irrational, it may be
micaOy unfeasible but
sin e when has a mother refused
h hildren?"
Asserting that Israel is fully
ot the great trials flowing
such a flood of immigration.
I Premier cited reports on in-
ence tests of new immi-
- to disprove the assertion
that the "new wave of immigra-
ti n from backward ar\d poverty-
n countries will lower the
rial and spiritual level of
wish community in Israel.'
r\rmy and bv
development.'1
Outlining the problems facing
Israel in integrating 000,000 im-
;i in'.s in the next three
Mr. Ben Gurion said 200.000-
250.000 pounds will be needed to
settle 60.000 families on the land,
and an additional 150.000 pounds
will be required to house 700.00')
inersincluding the 80,000
immigrants still living in recep-
tion camps. The Premier said that
a total of Sl,500,000,000 will be
in eded to expand production not
only for home consumption, but
to increase exports to lessen Is-
rael's dependence on foreign ex-
change.
"We do not believe," the Premier
said, "in coordinated planning
only and we don't believe in regi-
mented economy. In every branch
of industry there is every oppor-
tunity for private Initiative, but
you cannot bring in hundreds of
thousands of persons to a young
country, without planning their
housing and employment and ade-
quate agricultural development."
Finance Minister Kaplan told
the conference that Israel is fi-.
nancially solvent and is on the
road to increasing its national in-
come from 240.000,000 pounds in
1949 to 480,000.000 pounds in 1953.
In three years, he said, Israel
would be financially in a very
good position, were it not for the
problem of immigration.
The Finance Minister-predicted
that after 1953, "those coming to
Israel will do so as a result of
the force of attraction rather than
ADL Will Present
TV Program Sunday
"Your Neighbor Celebrates the
Jewish Holidays." a new film de-
picting the meaning and practices
ii in Holy Day
ceremonies of the Jewish reli
today, will be televised over sta-
tion WTVJ Sunday. Sept-
' 10 p.m., it has been an-
i d by Gilbert Balkin. di-
Plorida regional ol
i-Del imation League of B'nai
B'rith.
television screening is
laj-ly appropriate at this
Balkin pointed out, "in
view of the imminence of the
Holy Days. The film de-
scribes arid shows actual Si i
accompanying cantorial
chant, of the observance of Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur.
Other Jewish holidays and cere-
monials shown are Succos, Pass-
over and Shevuos.
"This screening marks an im-
portant milestone in the utiliza-
tion of television in the Greater
Miami area for th? advancement
of good human relations and
better understanding among per-
sons of all religious groups,"
Balkin stated.
"Your Neighbor Celebrates"
was produced by the Intcr-reli-
gi ius Department of the Anti-
D( tarnation League, which also
sponsors the Christian Friends of
the ADL.
Lyons Will Deliver
Rosh Hashona Talk
Norman R. Lyons. Miami at-
ney ho has served as the only
Jewish news commentator in the
Miami area, will deliver his an-
nual Rosh Hashona address on
Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical
Hour Sunday, September 10. at
10 a.m. The program is heard
every Friday at 1 p.m. and Sun-
day at 10 a.m. over Station WTTT.
expulsion." Mr. Kaplan stated
that Israel is "not as poor as
many think. Encouraging reports
justify our hope that the present
^^fLff'6 2^tSm-SPla1ry Boarding an Air France plane for Israel -, Stanley C. Myers,
and that self-imposed hardships ., .....-. ,. -. a
whiPh we will continue Jo im- president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
pose on ourselveswill bring a Myers was invited to attend a special conference called by Israel
brighter future, that is not far j Prime MiniUer David Ben Gurion September 3.
away, he added.
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PAGE SIX
kwist fhridHar
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 195n
Personally Speaking
I. Tannen of Miami Beach left for California where he will
visit his family.
* *
Arlene Knohl Wed
In Gillais Late-. Net
I Joyce Gimbel And
Benjamin Alexander
fCailaisiace Exchange Vows
,neEd'^,K: The Chapel of SHfridge Air
b"$* } -VU';::. Michigan was the
Nathan Sunday. TJ ,ing ,lf Miss
After spending the summer with her children in Detroit an;: Gimbel, daughter of CoL
New Ycrk. Mrs. Anna R. Berow'is returning to her home a! 305 i Gimbel. USAF, and Mrs.
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Werman have returned from a three-
ith vacation in New York and are beck in their home at 1301
/ Ion Road, Miami Beach.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross and son, Charles, 1101 S.W. 20th i
Ave.. are leaving to make their home in Sen Francisco. Calif.,
where the Ross' dau';.. Mrs. James Ellison and Mrs. Melvin
Shaw, are now living- Their son, Bernard, recently left for
Northwestern University to enroll in dental school.
-* *
Barbara Lenore Hutner has returned from New York City,
where she had been furthering her studies in dramatics and
music for the past six months. She plans to continue her studies
at the University ~J. Miami Graduate School.
* *
Miss Anne"-;- .*' president, Miami Beach Unit, Junior
Hadassah, has ret from Birmingham, Ala., where she
ied the orgai s Southeastern regional convention.
,-as acco e Misses Selma Lewis and Naomi
ral, also delegates.
* *
The bris of Sidney Mark Pertnoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
v.. was held Tuesday. Out-of-town guests included the
s grandmother, Mrs. John Gom, and his great grand-
er, Mrs. Tillie of Baltimore, Md. Sandek was
Benjamin Appel; godperents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Shapiro and
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller; mohl. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Over
15C people were present at the ceremony and reception which
fcliowed. Among them was c large representation of the Miami
Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, of which
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, is president.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., were hosts at
j tl I
;Vfr. and Mr*. Rouen

Gimbel, -Jini Pine Tn e Di Ive,
. rid J< nkintown,
. Al< xander, Jr.
Given in marriage by her father, .,
re the veil worn by nOSC'llllUIHS Mark
n ther and sister at their /-_|J__ \\t i
nuptials. Fashioned of tuile it UOKieiJ W C'(I( J| HL>
.mbroidered with orange A reception Sunday mai ked th.
ms. Her white taffeta gown golden wcdding anniversary of
; was designed with fitted bodice Ml, and Mrs j^o Rosenman m
lull skirt and tram. She carried g w 25th Road
le I domed with stephanotis. The affair was held h
Maid of honor. Miss Sally Gib-
..-. Jenkintown. wore rose
with matching velvet hat
! carried pink chrysanthemums. granddaughter.
Patricia and Pamela Gimbel.
twin sisters of the bride, served
, as flower girls in pink taffeta
i frocks.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs.
; Benjamin Alexander, Philadel-
phia, and the late Mr. Alexander.
was attended by Lester Mayer.
; Jr.. Philadelphia. Seating guests
were Roger Gimbel. brother of
' the bride, and Robert Kahn.
cousin of the bridegroom, both of
Philadelphia.
The former Miss Gimbel was
graduated from Stephen College
and attended the University of
Pennsylvania. Mr. Alexander, a
graduate of Temple University,
served with the Navy in the
Pacific.
v .L*.," of their son-in-law and dau
e faille Mr. and Mrs. M .
11 and thai, 6200 N.W. Miami PI, \
granddaughter. Mrs. Lenore
Cotten. came here for the event
Residents here since 1940. the
Rosenmans came here from Hunt-
ington. Ky. Rosenman. 78.
retired electrical supplv
chant.
is a
mer-
EMANUEL GGLOSTRICH
Mrs. William Nathan
a surprise family dinner in honor of the birthday of their son, i}rL??lh S--Miami BeaS?' Th DL:i; __ __*jL.u i m.-i- l ,' I~ bridegroom s parents are Mr. and
Philip, on September 1. Philip, a former resident of Dayton, Mrs. Frank Nathan. 427 45th S*.
O., is now making his home in Miami. Miami Beach.
"* "* The bridal gown was fashioned
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance have returned from a trip with fitted lace bodice. Motifs of
to the island of Jamaica. In Kingston they were auests at the l^e iace WPre appliqued to tht- f .-11
Cortleigh Manor Hotel; in Ocho Rios, a. the Shaw Park Hotel; Jt LTjL"tffil^ll22
in Montego Bay, a. the Casa Blanca Hotel. a^neVThe^matcEr".bow-
*** length gloves and a lace headpiece
After a month's vacation in Welch, W. Va., and Henderson- secured the bridal veil. The bride
ville, N. C, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman and children Beverly tairied whlte orchids and stepna-
Harvey. are back at their home, 1850 Bay Drive. Miami b^Mr\ J^HewM. ^ **'
Mrs. William J. Goldworm
served as matron of honor: Miss
Rosalind Botwin, Fiance
Given Prenuptial Parties
A round of pre-nuptial parties
is being given for Rosalind Bot-
win and her fiance. Bernard
Sutta. who will be married in the
fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sandier, 2685
S.W. 17th Ave.. were hosts at a
Miami Beach Real Estate de-
veloper, civic and communal
esented the Hadassah regional vice brid( A,1 lttenda
as chain tn of the Business and Professional Division w< ela Dede
nan was accompanied by her sister, Herzb irl.
rother, Abe, who vacationed with her while there Jack Nat
* *
Announcing lh< th of a son, Mark Louis, ore Mr and
burg, Va. The Pierces are also
parents of a .. barry Michael. Mrs. Pierce is the ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf! Iding t,i,
Alton Road, Miami Beach, and is well known in this area M< I Acapulco, .
as a ballet dancer and teacher. The new baby's maternal great North
.dmother is Mrs. Eva Sempler, 500 15th St Miami Bench Sv Drive' Miami Beach. For
+ + oeacn. traveling thi black
Mrs Minna R Moll 9977 <^W lo.v. c. 1 ,, and whi.te dress with match
jvirs ivunna H. Mell. ^273 S.W. 12th St., left for a months cape and an orchid corsage
visil in New York and surrounding area. ----------------------------_
Mr. and Mrs. WBtaCWo* of Chicago flew here to S^ ^ iV|"
nd the Labor Day weekend with his parenfs, Mr. and Mrs Join DCCCmfber BrfdeS
dinner party Saturday night in leader, says: "I look back with
honor of the couple. Among the pleasure on the trips 1 have taken
guests were Mr and Mrs. Milton to Mexico and South America
Adler. Mr. and Mrs. William arranged for me, of course, by
Edelstein and Mr. and Mrs. Philip : FARR. In years to come my travel
Dilner. plans include a tour of Europe
The bride-elect's brother and '' and I know that I will get added
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mil- enjoyment from the teeling of
ton A. Friedman, also feted the relaxation that results from con-
couple at a party in their new i fidence in an expertly \Aax\ne4.
home at 3001 S.W. 2nd Ave. itinerarysuch as FARR pro-
A lingerie shower for the bride- vides for its clientele.
FARR
TICKETS TOURS CRUISES
guests wen
nd Nathai
V ed the cere-
: n
p to
the
spe
Planning a December 3 wedding
is Miss Mildred Rabin, whose
S.W. 3rd St.
The bride-elect is publicity
chairman of Miami Masada Mr
' Taub attended New York schools
served with the air forces in
Europe for two years and is now
raising
lascda.
Leo W. Chulock, 2961 S.W. 19th Terr.
is, a 'M^ ffc Mr1S KA-a*d son- Hichard *"* < 227 | STSg^ 5*1 gwSrfS?
1st St, Miami Beach, are leaving this week for Brooklyn, N. Y. has ^en announced by her
to spend the Jewish holidays with their parents, Mr and Mrs mother- Mrs Jennie Rabin. 612
Philip Pockriss and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kleiner. Mrs. Morris
Eisenberg. their sister, with her children. Stuart and Francine
of Brooklyn, who have been spending their summer vacation
here, will accompany them.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis Salzman of West Palm Beach c"-chai,man of "the fund raisins
announce the birth of a daughter. Sharon Marie at Good COmmittee ot ,hl' M'"" Masada.
Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Salzman is the former Rosemary Vitale
* *
thA mZhi% rnUrn ^6St nalm Beach ^mediately following
the High Hffly Days is Miss Sarah Dave, daughter of the Philip
Daves of that city Miss Dave is employed as counselor at a
summer resort in Ellenville, N. Y.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eisenberg have returned to West Pal
Beach after a visit to their former home. Worcester Mass
m +
i f\?"lval? a.' Duncraagan Inn, Hendersonville, N C
nclude Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. William
Mtl i d Mr3' John Lute, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ManS
ntn M^ 7 LaCu ^aldrn'Mr- and Mrs" MannY Gainer. Dr
and Mrs I. Zadek Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs
Louis Nelson and Bob Wolf.
* *
. M/i.,anud ^rs. J. Bettholtz. 3470 S.W. 10th St., celebrated the
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I PHD AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
-Jewisfi noridHari
PAGE SEVEN
[Temple Steps i
11 p Activities
., the advent of the High
I Temple Beth Sholom's
I gram of religious.
|'\ .... ..I and educational
r young and old will
I?'1 ing, according to a
Shepard Broad.
I 0f the congregation.
I tinder the direction of Principal
Greenberg and the
I |, headed by Mrs. Leon
, pn ihi religious school will
,',11' its registration on Sunday.
12. lor all departments.
\\ ... 1 egistration is expected
ljh. year in view of the enlarged
Inroeiani of regular classes and
informal activities in dramatics
music, dancing and arts and
(rafts.
1 The adult education program
Jffhich was well received last year
Iwil'l begin its activities in October
Iwith various courses in Hebrew.
Liberal Judaism and the Bible,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
lyman S. Kaplan.
In cooperation with the newly-
Iformed Jewish Centers Associa-
: Greater Miami, a full-
ogram for teen-agers and
Jjciunc adults wil initiated within
lli few weeks.
pie's auxiliary groups
are also making extensive plans.
lb, under the presi-
,' Frank Kamen, held its
. meeting on Septem-
| .ill present its lecture
I 1 year. The sister-
I e leadership of Mrs.
R bbirts, will begin its
a membership tea on
?7. and the PT/.
I ;... Norman Has.-.
h school registrat
I up is planning
I parent education tor
|;
ship committee.
I nship of Judgi
|K mei ting every
I n iw on until the
Jli to handle the
I, mand for rhem-
I Beth Sholom op-
I '.. Ear membership
[plan which covers all activities
land ongregation.
'Hound Table To
IHsvuss Holidays
Tin Universal Element in the
of the Hebrew New
Tear'" will be the subject of s
Biscussion on the Miami Round
fable of the National Conference
Christians and Jews Saturday,
ber 9, at 7 p.m. over sta-
lon WIOD, according to James
IV. Whilehead, conference di-
ll
pants will be Dr. Glenn
J Habbi Max Shapiro and
representative. Dr. H.
Williams will serve as
1
Albert Comanor, assistant exe-
cutive director of United Service
for New Americans, has been
named executive director of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau of
Miami, it was announced this
week.
Personally Speaking...
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper have returned from their vacation
in Hendersonville, N. C. Their children, Marshall and Nancy,
have rejoined them after spending the summer at Blue Mountain \
;Camp, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon, 711 51st St., Miami Beach, had i
, a surprise visit from their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and 1
j Mrs. h. Melnick and their children, David and Barbara, of Stolen
Island, N. Y.
1 Mi. and Mrs. Irving Solomon and family have moved into !
, their new home at 9016 Carlyle Ave.. Surfside, Miami Beach, j
* *
! Nw travehng across the country, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stcrch
I of Brooklyn, N. Y., will spend the High Holidays with his
i?rj ct sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 925 S.W.
drd St. To date the visitors have covered 9,000 miles
* *
KnnM'ss R^h Saal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal,
li>UU b.W. 12th Ave., returned this week after spending the
summer as a counselor at Camp Hadar in Clinton, Conn. Prior to
returning here, Miss Saal went to Camp Pembroke, Pembroke
Mass., where she attended an IZFA conference. A sophomore
at the University of Miami, Miss Saal will re-enter Hebrew
High School.
150 Enroll At
Hebrew Academy
The Hebrew Academy opened
its doors Tuesday morning with
a record enrollment of over 150
pupils, the largest since the in-
stitution was organized four years
ago.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal and director of the
I school, revealed that the student
body represents Miami. Miami
Beach, Hialeah, Coral Gables and
points a, far as Hollywood and
Ft. Laudeidale.
This semester the academy has
included an additional made a
seventh grade of Hebrew and
English studies, as well as special
groups for children of kinder-
garten age.
The academy will expand its
regular course of English study
lor the following term to include
a course in home economics for
mils and a course in manual train-
. ing and mechanics for boys. Mrs.
, Louis Makovsky. president of the
j Hebrew Academy Women, an-
I nounced that her group is ready
j to sponsor and direct the home
economics course for the entire
semester.
The staff of the English de-
partment is composed of instruc-
tors accredited by the Board of
Public Instruction of Dade County
and the State of Florida, and the
Hebrew department consists of a
staff of experienced men in the
field of Jewish education.
Greetings
to
My Many Friends
for a
Happy New Year
I
North Shore I nil
.Marks Ilirthday
The North Shore Jewish Center
I will celebrate its first anniversary
ion Friday. September 8. at 8:15
p.m.
Ji rry Sussman will acl as ean-
toi for the evening, and Melvin
Pazol and Mrs, Shirley Altman
. on "Our First eai,"
An On. g Shabbat will follow the

At Saturday morning services
id M Ri ph W< loff will
celeb ati I Bar Mitzvah of their
S in, Jai Ale. which will take place
at 9:30. Habbi Philip Fried will
Robin Bar Mitzvah Set
For Wednesday Morning
The Bar Mitzvah of Jack Robin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Robin, 6231 N.W. 1st Court, will
take place on Wednesday, the
second day of
R 0 s h Hashona,
during the
Northside Jew-
ish Center scrv-
ices at the'
Mrs. Weintraub Named
Mrs, Sydney L. Weintraub has
been appointed chairman of the
finance committee of the Dade
County Federation of Women's
Clubs by Mrs. F. F. Ravlin. ;
dent.
Joining the ranks of the altar-
bound are Miss Marilyn Kaplan
and Allan Fox, University of
Miami students. The bride-elect,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan. 611 Michigan Ave.. Miami
Beach, and Long Beach, L. I., at-
tended Long Beach schools ard
Parsons School of Design. Her
fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Davis Fox, is *. member of Phi
Ep-ulon Pi fra'.-irnity.

Northeast M i -
ami Woman's
Club, 454 N.E,
58th St.
The y 0 u n g
n, who is a
student at Mi-
ami E d i
Junior High
School where he
. of the school band,
will be honored at an open house
to be given at the Robin home
on Sunday. September 17, at 2
p.m. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Robin were
among founders ^of the Northside ,
Jewish Center.
is a
Jack
member
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
EDWARD P STRATT
Dental Supplies
Huntington Building
Phone 2-4308
Beth David Schools Set
Registration Dates
Registration for Beth David 1
Sunday School is scheduled for
Sunday, September 10 and 17.
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the |
new synagogue. Classes will oe- ;
"in September 24.
Hebrew school enrollment will ;
take place Monday and Tuesday.
September 18 and 19, from 3 to
5:30 p.m.
Further information about the
schools may be obtained by call- .
Ji r in 1 B G rdon at 9-3469.
There is no tuition in either d
01 Sunday .- ho< il for children of
. There is, h a
Hi 1. d liar upply fee for all
Sunday school studi
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Obituaries
JOSEPH SPEVER
46, of !-""> S.W. 12th St., passed
away suddenly on September l In a
locul hospital. He had recentlj 1......
here t>> make his home after retiring
from the police department, He leaves
his w if.- i-.Vi. .1 daughter, Jactiuelinc,
and 11 brother Phillip, ofl'hllndelphln.
II,. was .1 member of the Welcome
Lodge 1 i:: Masonic Order, of thai city.
Services wt-rt' held In t li Gordon
Funeral Chapel with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating;. Intermenl took
i place in Mi. Nebo 1 'emetery,
BERTHA BERMAN
34, of 7111 s.w. 24th Road, passed
away September 1 after a/brief Illness
, she came here a year ssro from
ila-lsen. Ala. s^rytyors Include "her
husband, Arthur? son, Barry, and a
daughter, Sandra. She also leaves her
father. I'avc franklin, and a sister,
Mrs. Anne Ja< ohseti, of Alabama. The
I remains were sent to Itirmingham.
, Ala., by (lordon Funeral Home fur
final liter* and interment.
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MRS. NIGBE GAGER
39. of 43(10 N.W. 7th St.. passed
away this week. She leaves her hus-
band. Basher, and children. William.
Raymond, I'hlllp and Mary. Service!
were held Tuesday at "The -Miami
Riverside."
ABRAHAM TONKIN
:., ..f 149 Jefferson Aye., died
suddenly Tuesday night following a
heart a(tCk at his home. Mr. Tonkin
lame here eight years ago from Itotson
where the body wiyi s.nt for Inter-
ment bjF Riverside Funeral Home, Mi
ami Beach. He leaves hia wife,
Beaotta.


PAGE EIGHT
9-Jmist Fhridiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Simon Stern's Flowers
Bloom In Israel
By HAROLD TROBE
There will be flowers blooming
ir. Israel this winter. And Simon
Stern will makenot grow
them. For last month. Simon
Stern, artificial flower maker
with an artificial hand, went to
Israel.
Behind the story of Simon
Stern, a peace-loving man with
a gentle trade, is a bloodv and
ital history of pain and per-
secution. Today, thanks to the
:nce of American Jewry
through the Joint Distribution
C mmittee, a hopeful, useful
future awaits him in the growing
J( wish State
Born 35 years ago in the little
town of Boesing. Czechosolvakia.
Stern was one of a large and
scattered familya family whose
traces hardly exist today. When
he finished school, young Simon
went into his father's textile busi-
ness, but soon left it to own artificial-flower shop in
Bratislava, the capital of Slo-
vakia. The business blossomed
successfully, and Stern looked
forward to a comfortable life. But
the iron heel of Nazi armies
crushed that hope.
In 1940. Stern planned to
escape German-occupied Czecho-
slovakia for Israel. But his dreams
were upset one day when his
father, severely beaten by Nazi
troops, died, leaving young Simon
to care for a family of eight
children. A year later, his busi-
ness was taken from him. and
destitute, he looked for an alley
of escape.
From then on. Sti rn's I fe be-
came a tenuous un strug-
gle for existence. F i"
young Czech Jew ted an
escape aci ss th into
Hungary, where "- had
not yet del I stent
they had in C
the' attempt, h wever he was
caught ^on-
ition camp But on the way.
he eluded his captors, and wan-
dering across Central Europe,
hiding, fleeing, working as a car-
penter, decorator, or printer.
managed to reach the relative
safety of Hungary.
But what haven Hungary of-
fered was short-lived. In 1944. he
was arrested in Budapest and
sentenced to death. His sentence
was "commuted." however, and
he was sent, for the second time,
' to a German concentration camp.
For two davs. Stern and his fellow
prisoners walked, carrying all
their belongings, almost 100 miles
to Germany. There. Stern was
sent to Buchenwald. then to Flos-
senburg. and finally to the ex-
termination camp of Nordhausen.
In January. 1945. Stern mental-
ly prepared himself for death.
Weighing less than 90 pounds, he
was barelv able to drag himself
to workand inability to work
meant the gas chambers. Aware
of this, Nazi guards sadistically
assigned Stern to tne most diffi-
cult task, laying aailroad tracks.
.Unable even to attempt such
labor. Stern protested to the Ger-
man overseer. The answer: two
Iver shots, and Stern col-
id, his left arm shattered.
..uiing consciousness in the
hospital. Stern found that
his hand had been amputated and
that he was "under arrest for
Ige." But the doctorsthem-
selves lrwates of the camp
managed to hide the young Czech
Jew until the British Army
liberated them a month later.
Two months later. Simon Stern
was home in Bratislava. His shop.
(Continued on Page 9)
This is how artificial flowers bloom: Simon Stern. 35-year-old
native of Ciechoslovakia and survivor of four German concentra-
tion camps, is back again at his old vocation of manufacturing
artificial flowers.
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ypjDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950
"Jenisf fkricfirnr
PAGE NINE
Jewish Pioneers Of The Early
American Theater
(On the occasion of the 200th Anniversary of ihe American Theater)
By RABBI LEON SPITZ
It is usually conceded that Jew-
ish participation in every phase
of the American theater, produc-
tion, playwriting, acting, is both
abundant and significant. This in-
terest was present almost from
the fnst and continued during the
two past centuries. It is intriguing
that a so-called Jewish theme,
The Merchant of Venice, was the
first play to be produced on the
American stage as early as 1750.
Henry W. Longfellow wrote but
never produced a Chanuka play
under the title "Judas Maccabeas."
The authoritative chroniclers of
the American stage, William Dun-
lap and Charles Patrick Daly,
substantiate the records of the
half dozen or so early American
Jewish dramatists and actors.
These Jewish dramatists were
fully aware that a persistent
hostility was directed against the
theater in American Clerical
circles. Even the First American
Continental Congress yielded to
that agitation when it discounten-
anced on October 24, 1775 "gam-
ing, cock fighting, exhibition of
shows, plays and other expensive
diversions." A quarter of a cen-
t tury later Justice Samuel Sewall
protested vehemently against
granting permission to produce a
play in the Chamber of the City
Council in "Christian Boston."
Still. 32 years later. President
Dwight of Yale College stormed
in New Haven that to "indulge a
taste of playgoing meant nothing
more nor less than the loss of
one's immortal soul."
This antipathy to the theater
may be explained by the fact that
actors often appeared on the stage
drunk, spectators were riotous,
and that special boxes were as-
signed to loose women. Advertise-
ments in current New York
newspapers by theatrical produc-
ers announced that no spectators
would be permitted to visit back-
stage.
On the other hand a more pleas-
ing picture is afforded by Mor-
decai M. Noah in a Letter of
Theatrical Reminiscences. Noah
defended the theater and ex-
expressed the satisfaction which
he derived from witnessing good
plays. After the show he used to
go home and early to bed, thus
avoiding Philadelphia night-life.
Still. America's early literary
personalities like Benjamin
Franklin, Hawthorne,- James
Fenimore Cooper, did not turn to
the drama as a major outlet for
their artistic self-expression.
Despite all this, the handful of
Jewish dramatists and actors
were not deterred from dedicating
themselves quite seriously to the
American theater. It may be that
they reacted to a Jewish "tradi-
tion" of play writing and playact-
ing which on a primitive level
went back to Talmudic days. This
very early Jewish interest in so-
called Jewish drama reasserted
itself in Western Europe during
the early part of the Nineteenth
Century. Simultaneously. Ameri-
can Jewish playwrights launched
their dramatic careers in the
American theater.
Mordecai M. Noah served as
president of New York's orthodox
Jewish congregation and was im-
mersed in Jewish cultural and
political problems. Harby was the
(Continued on Page 10)
Simon Stern's Flowers
(Continued from Page 8)
ruined and pillaged, stood like
the empty shell of a memory. The
few remains of his family were
flung far across the corners of
Europe.
But conscientiously. Stern be-
I gan to rebuild, and within four
years, his artificial-flower shop
I was a going affair. Married and
hopeful, Stern looked forward to
the comfort and prosperity that
might brighten some of the
shadows of the past. In 1949, how-
ever, Czech businesses were na-
tionalized, and Stern, forced to
close his shop, became "economi-
: cally displaced."
Again he was destitute, but
again he retained the optimism,
hope and perseverance that had
carried him through former years
of horror. Stern decided to go to
Israel.
In Vienna, his first stop on the
"road to deliverance." Stern ran
into complicationsthe kind of
trouble that almost every Jewish
refugee has met in his search for
freedom and security. Stern
needed money. Unable to con-
tinue his trip to Israel because of
his disability, he required a better
artificial hand and new tools for
his artificial-flower production.
And like almost every Jewish
refugee, Stein's first thought was
the Joint Distribution Committee
simply "American Joint" to
thousands throughout Europe
which has aided more than 90 per
cent of the more than 400,000
Jews who have emigrated so far
to Israel since the establishment
of the new state. The JDC re-
ceives its prinicapl funds through
the United Jewish Appeal.
Stern's request for both the
prostethic device and the ma-
chinery to continue his vocation
were carefully studied by JDC's
Vienna staff. Their decision was
not only to provide the Czecho-
slovakian Jewish refugee with
new tools, but with a special ma-
chine that would permit him to
work with one hand. The new
specially constructed "clicking
press" is designed to cut flower
patterns into raw materials.
The same machine is cutting out
for Simon Stern the economicallv
and morally independent life that
has been denied him for years.
Now. like hundreds of thousands
of Jews before him, Simon Stern
is in Israel. There, after a decade
of war and persecution, he hopes
to build a new lifemaking
flowers without fragrance, but
sweet nevertheless.
To All We Say 'A Most Happy New Year'
Mt. and Mrs. Ben Zion Gincburg
and. Children.
Barbara and Edwin
2469 Flamingo Place
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
1426 Lenox Avenue
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rids and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mm. S. Gutiman
*nd Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
K
Mr. and Mm. M. Kreigel
1573 Meridian Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mi. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg
and Family
324 S.W. 23rd Arenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mi. end Mm. S. H. Goldman
and Family
1775 S.W. 16th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
It. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
and Family
1880 S.W. 5th Street
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Mi. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
and Family
3415 S.W. 17th Street
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I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobckind
and Son. Paul
1128 N.W. 7th Court
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and Family
1765 S.W. 16th Terrace
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l
4r. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
and Family
2838 Prairie Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Emanuel Gordon
and Family
1021 N.W. 1st Street
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775 S.W. 21st Road
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Ul- and Mrs. George A. Graham
and Sons
2535 S.W. 17th Avenue
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6034 Indian Creek Drive
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334 N.W. 2nd Avenue
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1937 Meridian Avenue
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1250 S.W. 21st Terrace
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800 1st Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Langner
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2283 S.W. 17lh Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby
and Son*
and Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cole
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M
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid
420 Lincoln Road
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427 S.W. 31st Road
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Mrs. Freda Newman
2008 West Flagler Street
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1779 S.W. 7th Street
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8919 Hawthorne Avenue
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10150 East Bay Harbor Drive
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K
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and Family
50 N.W. 24th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Harry Greenberg
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1010 S.W. 10th Avenue
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Doris and Harvey
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Donna. Jay and Randy
1150 8th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2925 S.W. 20th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1769 N.W. 6th Street
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2353 S.W. 24th Terrace
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1910 S.W. 7th Street
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600 9th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin
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212 N.W. 24th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Gross
and Mrs. John
and Family
711 85th Street
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a i!e.nds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman
and Family
831 2nd Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mi. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg and Sons.
,51ses J- and Saul
'236 Drexel Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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814 Michigan Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mi. and. Mrs. Harry Koretsky
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6145 LaGorce Drive
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin
and Daughters.
Jane Abby and Deborah Ruth
825 Fairway Drive
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman
and Daughter, Adele Nancy
1444 S.W. 5th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel
and Family
4444 Post Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Bob and Eleanor Miller
and Children.
Hazel and Daniel
2945 S.W. 27th Terrace
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Bernie and Grace Pallant
and Children
4590 N. Michigan Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2129 S.W. 12Jh Street
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A HAPi'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
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5313 LaGorce Drive
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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2131 S.W. 16th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Minlzer
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18{3 S.W. 9th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
651 47th Street
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and Family
512 S.W. 21st Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
^nd Son
507 S.W. 19th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
1683 S.W. 17th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Children.
Lois Ivy and Sidney Mark
5000 Cherokee Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont
and Son
2101 S.W. 4th Avenue
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PAGE TEN
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can audien
These Jewish pionei rs of the
early Ame ican theater were
ng the prime movers in the
to introduce on the stage
native American drama, native
material native actors, everyone
of them were themselves Ameri-
can-born, which may account for
their enthusiasm for "native
drama." Somehow, members of
the same family drifted into the
theater-world. A.iron and Jonah
Phillips were uncle and nephew:
Samuel and Emanuel Judah were
.: Isaac and Wash-
ing! n Harby were brothers.
These were 1
The; 11
I
lemand, wil
M. Noah, wl
most personalil
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: avyset Mian, with a large face
and' bushy eyebrows, wh
killed his man in a duel and
battled for the prestige of his
country in faraway, exotic North
.. was the kind of a person
who would be expected to indulge
in sentimental and patriotic
drama. In his old age he remin-
isced that he had "a hankering for
the national drama, a kind of
juvenile patriotism." To a critic.
the editor of a rival New York
newspaper, who took him to task
for writing such stuff, he replied,
caustically: '"In confidence, let me
whisper my suspicions in your
1 fear that you never cordial-
ly approved the principles of our
. lutionary War."
Mi. Noah, however, had also |
hib cont< mporary d< fen
"These plays." another critic
'wrote, "are well calculated to
ve the morality of the
/ices. Thi
e the plays a
tion timi
.
is
Isaac
; |
Charl
, S. C.) "wi ri n wardi -1 with
: Emanuel B.
irned their living in the
of law: Aaron Phillips
: and Emanuel Judah were actors
as well as dramatic writers. Isaac
Harby remained a schoolmaster
iand journalist, as did also his
(brother Washington Harby. Mor-
decai M Noah himself was en-
gaged in a variety of activities:
Consul to Tunis. Sheriff of New-
York County. Collector of the
Port of New York, and editor of
ihalf a dozen New York news-
i papers at one time or another.
Nevertheless, even Noah was
not spared the accusation of hav- (
ing sold out his "garbage drama",
for Gold. Just how ridiculous as i
well as intemperate this charge i
uas. Is attended by the fol.lowng
incident:
Onlv a few hours after his most
successful play. The Siege o''
11 ipoli, was pei foi med, a con-
ttion burnt down the thi ater,
i turned over his
share of the box office receipts
10 thr actors who were left with-
.. p] Apparently, all
..n hi> entire thea-
of many year
brought him was a pair of hand-
.,:\ p tchers which the
:ii presented him at a
performance of his
Greek Captive, a stirring propa-
ganda piece advocating the re-
tion of the political inde-
pendence of Greece which was
then in Turkish hands.
For a reason which has never
been revealed a bitter feud sud-
denly broke out between the two
most spectacular Jewish drama-
tists of the day, Mordecai M. Noah
and his cousin. Samuel B. Judah,
who was himself no mean play-
wright and had to his credit a
number of historical plays which
had been successfully produced.
In a pamphlet which went under
the title. Gotham and the
Gothamites, Mr. Judah censured
New York Society and particular-
ly its theater in 1823. as "a house
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
of misery, whore folly reigns n.k
lime, where vice doth pal, n
licensed brothel." Thui
MHt asusai,,.'ll fically Mr
Noah. who. in hi *
'New loads ol v.-.,. | *.
I ether lay
And swear, though damned it i
a play
For brainless rogu.
be. no greater cheal
Than thou art aln
Hejummed up h isal .
Noah s dramatic writings as "in
sipid garbage will, which hi
saturates the public yearly"
There is no record ilable In
tell us what action if any Mr
Noah personally took against V
Judah. But the mass attack
against New York's elite stirred
up widespread wrath against Mr
Judah. His pamphlet was con'
fiscated, and he was sent to
prison: but was shortly dis
charged owing to ill health. Howi
ever, it is an interesting fact that
he eventually became a prominent
lawyer, was admitted to practice
at the New York Supreme Court
and continued to write for the
theater with considerable success
Actually, one must concede, he
wrote in the same literary style
which he deprecated a i vi hement-
in Mr. Noah's writings.
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*Jewisti ftorldiar
PAGE ELEVEN
Shvu this child.
AMEHICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION, courtesy UNITED JEWISH APPEAt OF ESSEX COUNTY
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He does not know it ^et but he is on the
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building of a better world.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
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|rU Mi Ifew^ Around ilu- World
jggenBBBaaBanaaaaa
lANKFURT, (JTA) New
p' ,, y brutality at the
tjuus P I sh concentration
. were unfolded
(l,iS vvi k at the trial of
Hubert Gomerski
:icing sentenced
nt and loss of
I
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[right.-.
J .. i\cn the sentence
I the Frankfurt
I 0| \ sizes ssid that
le:.-k: leeds went beyond
.in mind can
j:m Col rski was convicted
I n the mass shoot-
[of J' Witness after wit-
trial, told that
ier with another
i made a game of
children by their
rig them to their
5, Foi r inmates of the
:o!ci how Gomerski would
all ne r iws of terrified
n their heads with
iter can.
unsel. a .Dr.
| unced his right to
g a fina a, declaring that
|u!d bi insl his principles.
old the ci urt that his atti-
F*'o? "tl of a German
tied of the fact that these
deeds were committed by people
speaking my language."
MUNICH. f JTAT-The Council
of Jewish Communities, on the
occasion of the "Day of Fight
Against Inhumanity." which takes
place this year September 10,
issued a statement this
declaring that "five years after
the end of the end of the war
the world is far from realizing
that the Jewish people lost
6,000.000 souls." The statement
adds that it is "incomprehensible
that the Allied decided to free
the Nazi war criminals."
Philip Auerbach, president of
the Bavarian Indemnification Of-
fice, has dedicated 11 cemeteries
for Nazi concentration camp vic-
tims, it was announced here this
week.
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was officially announced here.
Announcement was also made
that Dr. Yaacov Aharon Brin has
been named economic counsellor
in London, replacing E. F.
Shinnar.
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"The moral and material aid
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Also scheduled to apepar in the Rubenstein. who, while appearing
series are the famed Orfeo His- with them at a festival in Majorca,
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island of Majorca, December 26; emotional and hauntingly beauti-
Violinist Norman Carol. January Iu' experience."
Twrn! Wejdman and his Another young artist said to be
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nZSZ m an,dSPrano Suzanne is twenty-two year old Norman
tkc, r u Caro1' This Philadelphia born
The selection committee has ex- violinist, like Lsszlo. made his
pressed its confidence that this debut at the age of nine and
years concert fare will provide since then has appeared with the
rnusicgoers with a well rounded leading symphony orchestras as
slate of established artists and soloist. Of his New York debut
newcomers. the Tin* said, 'This recital mus'
Child Prodigy Laszlo appeared S on record as one of the finest
as a soloist with the Budapest heard from any new young a I
Philharmonic at the age of nine. Christian Science Monitor noted.
Competing against 500 artists "Received an ovation, his playing
trom 40 countries at the Inter- wa' mature, impressive and ex-
national Music Competition at citing."
Geneva he won the grand prize. The Charles Weidman Dance
His debut in New \ork at the age Company has acquired an inte -
of fifteen drew this comment from national reputation as the leading
.'2.1 HeraJd Tribune reviewer, exponent of modern dance satire.
I he most remarkable young Considered the greatest humorist
pianist encountered by this re- in modern dance Weidman taught
viewer in twenty years of music." famous dancers. Jack Cole and
The Orfeo Hispanico Choral Jose Limon. The Los Angeles
Times in commenting on the per-
formance says. "They bring us
an American art expression that
has the spice of humor and dign-
itj of truth."
Recognized throughout Europe
for her artistry, soprano Suza.ine
Errin Laszlo
Danco will i ppear in America
lor the first time during the
1950-51 season. Her recordings
have preceded her and the Satur-
day Review of Literature wrote
of her "superb purity of voice."
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nationally known dairy foods, have moved to 153 N.E. 29th St.
Formerly occupied by Kraft, the new Breakstone headquarters
contains over 10.000 square feet and boasts the finest refrigeration
facilities in the area, according to Bert Sher, manager. Established
in 1880. Breakstone has acquired a national reputation fojl
quality dairy products. These foods, produced in strict accord,
with the laws of kashruth, are distributed to local merchantil
fleet of modern refrigerated trucks. The distributors are also j
representatives for Royal Snack herring products.
Five Named For
"Tops In Town"
Considerable interest has been
evoked by the Miami Beach 3'nai
B'rith Women's "Tops in Our
Town" breakfast scheduled for
October 10 and already five can-
didtates have been named for the
coveted title of "Tops in Our
Town" according to Mrs. Ida
Optner. president.
Candidates and their sponsor-
ing organizations are: Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens. Menorah Group of
Hadassah: Mrs. Abraham Shed-
roff. Pioneer Women Club No.
Two; Mrs. Lou Ross, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society; Mrs. Samuel Rittcr, He-
brew Academy Women; Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Theodore Herzl Group
of Hadassah.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs Milton Weinkle and Mrs.
Joseph Oritt. Their aides include
Mrs. Sam Kudelman and Mrs.
Arthur Frishman.
Judges will be Mayors Harold
Turk, William Wolfarth and W.
hillips. Prizes will include
lay 1 pi Havi na, courtesy
V r Tours; II >r two
at the D I

I lutlin's, ol Fai

Pansy 1
:
Egypt Continues To Ban
Oil Tankers From Suez
LONDON. (JTA)The Eyptian
government will continue to bar
oil tankers bound for Israel from
passing through the Suez Canal.
Foreign Minister Mohamed Saleh
el Din Pasha said this week in
Cairo, press dispatches reported.
The Egyptian government, he
added, has drafted replies on this
question to protests emanating
from the American. British and
Norwegian governments.
Miami Painter Makes
New York Art Debut
Nine paintings by Miami Art
Student Eddy Mirell are now on
display at Modreal Gallery in
New York.
The artist, who lives at 1628
S.W. 24th Ave.. has been a stu-
dent at Terry Art Institute since
November. 1949.
Her 'ill paintings of local scenes
sucn as "Miami River Bridge,"
"Boat House" and "Shack" re-
vealed so much promise that she
was persuaded In apply for a
showing in New
! i galli ry which in-
ork accepted it for
Tl exhibit which
'.'.'. dnesday, will run
er 22
Temple School
To Open .Sunday
Enrollment and registration of
old and new pupils at Temple
Israel's Religious School will take
place on Sunday, September 10.
at 10 a.m., it has been announced
by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader, and Harold Ruby, super-
intendent.
All classes from kindergarten
through confirmation will be
opened at that time. The student
body will meet the new rabbi,
who will lead them in a discus-
sion of the meaning of the High
Holidays. A complete curriculum
in Hebrew, Bible, current events,
history, literature and modern
problems of Jewish life is being
planned by Dr. Narot, Ruby and
the faculty.
The religious school is located
at 137 N.E. 19th St. and is open
to all children of temple mem-
bers. Parents who plan to enroll
their children in the school or
who wish further information
may contact Mrs. Louis Zeientz.
executive secretary, by calling
!l- 1 Tf>7.
The Congregation of
tD}c \lnmui 3lsrarl Synagogue of Jrliami V,
Wishes to Extend New Year Greetings to All
4001 Chase Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
INGMAN MOTORS, INC.
DeSOTO AND PLYMOUTH
"Fuctory Trained Mechanics"
1864 S. W. 8th Street Phone 82-7571
Blattner Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Blattner. l'ormeiy of 1877 S.W.
9th St.. will take place Sunday.
s. ptember LO, at 2 o'clock at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Survivors of Mr.
Blattner include his wife, Clara.
and three daughters, Mrs. Martin
Rosen, and Anna and Esther
Blattner. Friends and relatives
are asked to be present. Thur-
mond Monument Company is in
charge of arrangements.
WHEN SHOPPING ASK FOR
ANITRA FASHIONS
AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Miami Produce Co.
1093 N. W. 21st Terrace Mi1'1
GREETINGS
GULF IIHIKK SERVICE
Atwill & Co. Investment Bankers
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
First National Bank Bldg.
PHONES 5-5816 82-2636
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN
of the
CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP
Phone 5-2127 745 Washington Avenue
Resort Wear ior Men and Children
Marmaros Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Rose
Marmaros. formerly of 3464 S.W.
27th St., will take place Sunday.
September 10 at 12:30 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present
3529 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3411
GREETINGS
*
Kriegler Unveiling
The dedication .of a monument
to the memory of the late Isidore
Kriegler, formerly of 1231 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. will take place
Sunda; 10, at twelve-
t Mt. N I
ting. Sur-
1 M !'i jler include his
.:.i and th i
Philip. Saul and Fn i Fi lends
ked to !>
. i Monument

AluminumWrought Iron
Made and Installed By
FRANK J. ROONEY GREETINGS RUSS SEIFERTH
GENERAL CONTRACTORS PLUMBING. HEATING AND GAS PROMPT. EFFICIENT
5880 N. E. 4th Avenue Phone 7-6695 SERVICE 2145 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 82 2785
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Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phone
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
Kii'M'Hi Israel
On* Year Old
With the High Holiday services,
gnesetl I el Congregation will
mark its first birthday, according
(o Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
|ead<
I mi a nucleus of 17 mem.bers
vho nized in January, 1949,
the com i gation now has a roster
0f 500 members in its brotherhood
UK) sisterhood and is continuing
its vigorous membership cam-
paipn.
The synagogue has undergone
| extensive renovations in prepara-
tion for the holidays. New benches
have been purchased and fluo-
rescent lights for both synagogue
and adjacent social hall have been
| installed. The synagogue now has
a seating capacity of 1100, as well
as a social hall, meeting rooms,
and kitchen facilities.
Gables Group Obtains
Temporary Headquarters
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables has obtained tem-
p irary headquarters at 1618 Ponce
De Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables,
which will be used for all activi-
| ties u.ntil the completion of the
group's building at Zamora and'
Galiano.
Hebrew elasses will begin on
Thursday, September 14, Sunday
[school elasses on September 17.
[Registration will be held at the
Coliseum n Douglas Road and
|S.W. I6th St. on Sunday. Septem-
[ber 10. from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
(information nn registration and
lays may be obtained
Iby calling 4-1254 or 83-4869.
*Jewisli FtcridH&n
Gables Women To Hold
Membership Party
Continuing with its membership
drive, the Coral Gables Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
membership party at the home of
Mrs. Bernard Stone, 428 Sevilla
Ave., Coral Gables, on Friday,
September 15, at 8:15 p.m.
Prospective members are asked
to call Mrs. Stone at 4-0264 or
Mrs. Al Gold, membership chair-
man, at 48-0131.
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
I i i sponalble for any
an)one other than
k-ular an} i bte
fi Bather .Mark.
LEO A MARK
Choir To Sing
At Weddings
Ben Yomen, music director of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, has anouncecT the
inauguration of a new service for
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity. He has organized a choir
which will chant traditional nup-
tial music at Jewish weddings.
"Music has always played a
most important rnle in Jewish
tradition and custom," Yomen
explained. "As far back as 2,000
years ago the Levites formed a
choir consisting of 120 singers
and instrumentalists for the holy
temple of Jerusalem. Today with
the rebirth of Israel, Jewish music-
is regaining its former praise-
worthy position.
"The addition of choral music
to the wedding service," the pio-
neer in Jewish music continued,
"makes it far more beautiful and
impressive."
First ceremony at which Yomen
and his sacred choir performed
was that of Mr. and Mrs. Sy
Shapiro at the Lord Tarleton
Hotel.
Anyone wishing to contact
Yomen for his service may write
to him at 1120 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, or call 5-4428.
Dade Federal
Gron Hi Rvealeil
According to the September is-
sue of "Investor," a national
publication, in their semi-annual
tabulation of the 100 largest fed-
eral savings and loan associations
The Board of Directors, the Staff
and the student body of
The Hebrew Academy
extends
A Happy New Year
to the
Greater Mami Jewish Community
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Sotr Often
Adler's Kosher
live Poultry Market
Shochet on Premises Daily
Free Delivery Phone 2-2279
Open All Day Sunday For Holidays
1832 S.W. 8th Street
Joseph M. Lipton
in the United States, Greater Mi-
aim's Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association, headed by
Joseph M. Lipton, president, has
made this area's greatest position
advance for the first six months
of 1950. On December 31, 1949
Dade Federal was the nation's
55th largest savings and loan as-
sociation, with resources exceed-
ing $25,423,000. As of June 30,
1950, its resources had increased
to more than $29,009,000, placing
Dade Federal in the position of
the 50th largest, an advance of
five places.
Dade Federal's main office at
46 N.E. First Ave. and its branch
office located in Allapattah at
1594 N.W. 36th St. have a com-
bined total of approximately
33.000 savings account members.
It is believed to be one of the
largest family of individual sav-
ers in a savings institution of
this type in Florida, if not in the
southeastern state.
LEGAL NOTICE
PENNWAY KOSHER MEAT MARKET
SAM MELNICK KARL GROSCH
207 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables
1447 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach
CARBONATED BEVERAGES
Fountain and Party Syrups for
Parties, Banquets, Hotels, Clubs, Restaurants
TRU-FRUIT COMPANY
245 S. W. 6th St., Miami, Florida
Phone 82-1585
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business umi. i- the fictitious n.ii......r
Lincoln Road I loriel at I l'j:> Lincoln
Road, Miami Beai h, Intends to register
said name with ih,- Clerk of the Circuit
Court "l Dude County, Florida.
IRVING WOL.P1N
Hole i iwner
HARRY DIETE
Attorney for Applicant
9 '8-15-22-29
Thanking All Our
Customers For Their
Past Patronage
BEST WISHES TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FRANK V. QUIGLEY
131 Alton Road
PHONE 5-2305
*
til'sl Wisln's
for a
Happy New Year
'Send With ConfidenceReceive With Satisfaction"
Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc.
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1403 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phones: 3-0753, 3-0754
SEITLIN FLA. PHONI
5711
1950
Greetings
on the
New Year
Our Sincere Best Wishes
Leonard A. Levine
i'
Our Sincere Wishes
to Everyone for
A Year of
Peace, Health and
Happiness
TRACK
TRACK )
\ IN FLA. 7
For A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Irving Blasberg
19th and Alton Road
Miami Beach
Ambulance Service
5-5814
or 5-2100
Miami Beach and
Miami's
Finest Jewish
Funeral Home
In Philadelphia, 1512 N. Broad St.
Coleth Herd, Funeral Director


PAGE SIXTEEN
*JeisfncrkUa_
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
8. 1950
SCHOOL AHEAD
\
SPEED LIMIT
15 MILES
NO SPEED LIMIT
nhen rushing
to our School-Days
STOCK UP SALE


fc^
at all U Food Fair Stores
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THRU SATURDAY
quantity RIQHTS :
AIK CONDITIONED
AIR COOLED
HOW. OF
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liLu RiU(t, OUR FINEST QUALITY ^ mr
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Frc~ M Ik Fed Minnesota Calves' ^-^ "
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STRAWBERRY
ijn PRESERVES
VR
12 or.
Tumbler
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On Out 4cmoui ^bcily Ibept.
. : v-
BUTTER
69
Mild Daisy Cheese 39
FOOD FAIR, U. S. Gov't Graded 93 Score
4 VITAMIN RICH QUARTERS lb
Miami's Highest Scored Butter Priced Low!
IMPORTED DAN'$H
Bleu Cheese
lb.
69*
FOR YOUR CHILDREN .
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE .
LUC OFFER SALADS...
MQDf. DISTINCTIVELY DIFFEREN1
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Snout t?o/3 Qxojen rfooctt
ORANGE JUICE
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______ Canadian Smelts *t"
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2 reg. bars 33c
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Strained Bab/ Foods
o ja's 27c
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Planters Peanut Butter
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fCO. SOUP. P:"ED CO'' | ^
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Kay Jun Whole Sweet Potatoes 23c
Fyne Taste Prune Juice *-bo1 ZD
p ''M 1 Qc
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kirge box 2!l;
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u
jjpiv SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
+Jewisti fkrid/ann
PAGE SEVENTEEN
wish Law For Men In The Armed Forces
The Unique Work of JWB's Responsa Committee
By DR. SOLOMON B. FREEHOF
ii
during Worm war ii to nrni with specific questions of Jewlsl
' inn raised by chaplains, servicemen ami government officiate th
Committee of JWB's Dlvlsli.....f Religious Activities obtained fu..
Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Rabbis on hundreds of
_ Jewish ritual ami law. Dr. Preahof, win. headed the committee
, war, .'iid still does, tells something of the unique work of this
FStii whit ii Is an Integral part of JWB's Division of K.-Hgious Activities,
"."T.i, llr I-1.....Iiof Is chairman.
rtllch P'
posed of 21 rabbisseven each vision for the exemption of con-
front the Orthodox, Conservative I scientious objectors from military
and Reform rabbinate. This com- service. A conscientious objector
mittee was affiliated with the; was defined as one who on re-
National Jewish Welfare Board. | --------'----------------
which had long experience and
contact with the Armed Forces.
It was first called the C.A.N.R.A.
(Committee on Army and Navy
Religious Activities) and is now
a separate division of the National
Jewish Welfare Board and is
called the D.R.A. (Division of
Religious Activities).
One of the committees of the
D.R.A. is the Responsa Commit-
ligious grounds (such as Quakers,
Menonites. "etc.) disbelieved in
violence and considered the taking
(Continue on Page 28)
Dnf> of the qreat unsettled problems in the new State of |tee- composed of an Orthodox.
I involves the status of Jewish law. Other states newly
bunded have no such problem. But the Jewish state will have
solve its relationship with traditional Jewish law very soon.
[he reason for the urgency of the problem lies in the nature
'^^SSL'&SL during the Second World War. On
hundreds of questions involving
0t exclusively religious in the
tnSe of being merely ritual. It
v lives government law, the Jewish law a unanimous answer
eanization of courts, the per-
nnel of the judges, taxation,
, Orthodox Jewry certainly
nnot accept with equanimity
e idea that in a Jewish state the
adiUonal Jewish jurisprudence
,u not h.- adopted. The Jewish
;!' i" considered to be of divine I Jewry m World War II.
was given by a committee com-
posed of Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform rabbis. How that was
possible and actually occurred is
one of the most fascinating, little
known chapters in the story of
the participation of American
[gin either by direct revelation
I n the Torah) or by authentic
L n (as in the Talmud
hd the Codes). How then can it
t pushed aside by a Jewish
Bate, merely in the interests of
hodernity? .
The difficulty in applying Jew-
fch law to a modern state inheres
k the fact that it was created
tid developed during the many
lenturies of dispersion by theo-
Etical study and hence when
tactically considered presents in-
tumcrabie difficulties. But that
[roblem will in some way be
lived. It must be solved without
|oo much delay.
All this concerns us in America
Ind in other lands, not merely
because oi our deep interest in
The National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) had been serving
the Armed Forces continuously
since World War I. It had a com-
mittee which dealt with the wel-
fare of soldiers and sailors and
also which kept in contact with
Washington. At the beginning of
the Second World War it became
evident that the government in-
tended to expand the chaplaincy
service, appreciating more than it
ever did before the need for
spiritual guidance and voluntary
morale service to the men in the
Armed Services. The task, there-
fore, of selecting this greatly en-
largd number of chaplains had to
be undertaken in a much more
systematic way than hitherto.
Clearly only ministers and minis-
he welfare of the State of Israel, \ terial associations could determine
ut because our own Jewish life i the ecclesiastical status of a candi-
deeply affected by this highly j date for the chaplaincy. Hence, a
ped. highly complex legal; committee was established, com-
In fact, the problem of j_________________________________
he State of Israel is to a con- i prrrwwwwrwwwwwwwnrwwww
Hderabli extent '.he same prob- ?
Bin: which confronts Jewries all ] >
Bver the world. To what extent ?
fchould Jewish law govern our!
j The answer to that question i ?
W. perhaps the basic source of the t
differences between Orthodoxy,
Conservatism and Reform. Since
basic d.fference betwreen Or-
bdox, Conservative and Reform
thtir different answers as to
Be validity of Jewish law in
I life, then it seems im-
<'Xpert Orthodox, Con-
Irvativt and Reform Jewish
pidc: s ". come to a unanimous
pswi any important question
I uch law. All of which
us to understand how-
Conservative and Reform rabbi.
To this committee came religious
questions from Washington, from
military headquarters, from chap-
lains, from soldiers and from
hospitals. These questions were \
answered according to strict Jew- I
ish law in as liberal a way as
possible, owing to the exigencies
of wartime, which permitted such I
liberal interpretation. Of all the
questions that cameand there ;
were a great manyonly two
minor ones did not win complete
agreement from the three mem-
bers of the committee and from
the larger committee to whom
each question was submitted. The
rest were unanimous decisions.
Looking over some of the ques-
tions discussed, it is interesting
what a variety of questions had
to be dealt with and how the
nature of the questions changed
with the progress of the war in
a rather dramatic and somber
way. The first questions dea't
with induction into service, with
kosher food, with wearing of the
hat. Then there came questions
of marriage and divorce; then
questions involving funeral serv-
ices; finally questions of the dis-
interring and transportation of
bodies to America. And now al-
most exclusively the questions
come from the Veterans Adminis-
tration hospitals.
One of our earliest questions in-
volved a young man who claimed
to be conscientious objector. The
government had made the pro-
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u a phenomenon arose I ~ 101 Wesl Ave" M,wm oeacn """* ~.~.J1
Beth David Synagogue
wishes all its members and friends
A MMappy and Mieaithy New Year
Services will be held at our New Beth David Synagogue,
on Coral Way and 26th and 27th Roads
ROSH HA SHONO SERVICES
September 12th and 13th
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
September 21st
SEATS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
Tickets may be purchased Monday through Thursday from
7:30 to 9:30 P.M., Sunday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
For further information and reservations please call
3-1970 or 9-3469.
Students services during the High Holidays will be conducted
in the vestry room of the Synagogue.
MAX SHAPIRO
Rabbi
BERNARD A. STERLING
President
MAURICE MAMCHES
Cantor
LEON SHIFF
Choir Director
PEP-E Herring
In Cream or Wine Sauce
Ask ior it at your
Neighborhood Food Stores
<
iFloral ^Fcsttiritti
There is a special thrill in
receiving flowers to add to the
glow of the New Year.
For beautiful cut flowers and
corsages at low prices call .
m Exotic Gorilms
Miami Beach
607 Lincoln Rd.
(5-2961)
Miami
Flagler at Bridge (2-0519)
and
2790 S.W. 17th Ave. (9-8416)
3nr.
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(2-7662)
Send Flowers By Wire Worldwide
TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO WISH ALL OF YOU
A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ttfn row rwl
The Bible Says ..
It's A Great Mitzva
to serve the finest foods on High Holidays!
To Make This Possible, Shop
and Place Your Orders
AT THE
UALITY
Kosher
Food Center
1961 S. W. 8th Street
Where we carry a full selection of strictly
Kosher Choice Meats and Poultry
To avoid the big rush please place your
orders in advance
We Deliver to all parts of Greater Miami and
Ship to Key West, Palm Beach and Orlando
TELEPHONE 82-5001
Supervised by The Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth



PAGE EIGHTEEN
*Jenisi> fkridiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
t****.*****.*.*.***s.w.g
=
'......'.ra,
Mrs. Brown Finds Her Way Back
Bv B. S. TIG AY
^rTtT''nm'.wwv.f.'.^^t'tm'-,-'-,-,-,-'-,-,-'.f.f
Bernici Brown I in a the She was just not
ist when it was madi I h k.
ind st led F years n iw Mrs
I n going to Shul
her si el-i hed out on the High Holid 'out a
an nsolation that
little dres Hei :.. for a
wrinkled with concern as she ti But the humili-
turm mine it al i is galling nevertl
more closely. An exj of She would come early and take
painful doubt spread ivei .'aguely hoping that the
face as a .'. Mian's hat. n it of the owner would be courteous enough
latest fashion, etched itself clearly I keej it Catching from
nst the shadows. She won- the corner of her fluttering eye-
dered again and again whether lids several pairs of admiring
what she had done yesterday was eyes on her new hat. in the best
so wise after all. Then she of taste and latest fashion, would
stretched out her hand and picked compensate her for what invaria-
up a white printed card from the bly followed: Just as services
bed table and scrutinized it in- were about to start and she would
tently. She felt reassured. Yes. open her prayer book, some one
it was worth the sacrifice. It had was sure to tap her gently on
been a difficult decision to make, the shoulder and ask her to vacate
It takes a great deal of courage the seat. Startled as though stuck
to appear in Shul on the High by a pin point, she would flush.
Holidays with last year's hat dis- rise hastily and humbly place
gracing one's head. Throughout herself in standing room against
Ml Brown's life such a breach the wall where you couldn't even
of custom was unheard of. Wear- reach out your hand to touch the
made over hat >n Yom Tov Torah. as they solemnly carry it
was like serving ordinary left- through the aisles. Yet. on the
c vi on the sacred days. Never- other hand, the new hat got a
-s. this tune it had to be better chance in that el. .
Tl no alternative, position to gather admiring
Aft.. tying the holiday provi- glanci
:'- Thus it had gone on year after
one half pound of h ney- .,.,,. until this vear a few days
and chalehthi vasn't enough before Rosh Hashona, when it
eft 1 ith a new hat came [(l her like a revelation, I
and a ticket for Shul. that she might try to make her;
Mrs. Brown's life was a con- old hat over and use the money
tinual etween thus saved to buy a ticket. She i
1 and her needs, had gone to work on the old hat.
nt policy, A twist here and a stretch there.
her husband had left her. a piece of new ribbon, a fresh
ri ing cost of flower and presto, here it was!
Bi lid to Mrs Brown's Well, here it was. not shabby or
everal anything, but the new look it
ttcpipl holding on to certainly lacked. Then she had;
a parl timi iob t" supplement begun weighing the matter more,
hi intj ne, bul as she carefully. A ticket or a new hat?
would say, the littli able She had tried on several hats
rn went for doctor bills to with the new look. They all set
cure the ailments thai in- off her comeliness to advantage.
king, So there The temptation was terrific and
i do but to d rd she had almost succumbed. She
Congregation Beth Tfilah
935 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH :-: FLORIDA
Extends to you and yours
best wishes for a
Happy. Healthy & Prosperous
\ew Year
and
Informs you that our Beloved
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Prominent speaker and renowned cantor knewn as
The Yerushalmy
Will conduct services and deliver the
sermons during the High Holy Days
ALL SEATS ARE RESERVED
Those unable to purchase tickets should contact the Rabbi or
the Seating Committee. Others may secure their tickets in the
office oi the Synagogue every day and evening until 10 P M
(Except Friday night and Saturday until after 7 P. M.)
SCHEDULE FOR SERVICES
September 11 Monday MINCHA SERVICES .... 6:15 P.M.
September 12-13, Tuesday & Wednesday.............. 530 P M
September 12-13, Tuesday minings ................................................................7:30 A.M.
Rabbi's Sermon............................................................1Q.3Q ^ ^
Tkias Shofor..................................................................,, 00 AM
followed by Mussaf Services
FOR BEAUTIFUL SERVICES SACRED ATMOSPHERE
AND REAL MOKOM KODOSH Come to BETH TFILAH
where TORAH. TFILAH and TRADITION are the goal
H. ZAIDMAN, Chairman WILLIAM ROTHMAN
Board of Governors Chairman, Seating Committee
was just about to pay for a "per-
fect dream" hat when her eye
' was caught by a synagogue across
, the street from the little shop.
at once saw herself walking
throufl portals, a ticket in
hand ostensibly displayed,
she saw hi rself tapping lightly
with her fingers some individual
who 'a pying her si at
ing some me her. thus
- of humil
she had suffered. What was a new
. to that thrill! So
ticket won.
While Mrs. Brown had been
wing in her mind the con-
flict of yesterday, the sun crepf
in full-blown through the win-
dow, lighting up the shabby one
room apartment and filling her
with a sense of well-being. She
got up. combed her graying hair,
and tried on the hat she had
rejuvenated the previous day. She
viewed herself critically. Well,
what's done is done.
She went and fixed herself a
cup of coffee, not that she was
hungry, but she needed a stim-
ulant. It was going to be a long
dull day waiting for going to
Shul. Cooking for one person can't
possibly absorb a whole day. She
lingered over her coffee in a
pensive mood. The happy mem-
ories of the remote past kept
rising in her mind like a flock
of chirping sparrows against a
blue sky. only to be hurled back
recent
by the storm of her
harrowing experience.
She tried to dwell on those
childhood years under her par-
ents' roof, sheltered and loved
and tenderly guided. Religion had
not been a thing apart or a yearly
event. It had permeated their
- life. From the moment they
awoke, beginning with Modeh
Ani. until they went to sleep.
God's word was their companion.
Mrs Brown recalled with a
faint pang of remorse how many
anxious moments she had given
her parents (of blessed memory)
when she began displaying alarm-
ing signs nt religious laxity. That
was after they had come to the
new world. America, when she
changed her Yiddish name of
I Baileh to Bernice, and insisted
I upon being called that and noth-
ing but that. How they struggled
, to pronounce it and always lapsed
' into Baileh. But their main
anxiety came later. That was
when she fell in with "the crowd,"
a group of budding sophisticates.
A smile curled up her lips as
Mrs. Brown thought of how blind
I she had been in those days to the
spiritual wealth which tbat little
home had held. She had been
i ashamed to bring her friends to
' her home, ashamed of her old-
' fashioned pious parents. She
wanted "to rise above her en-
t vironment" and so she made
1 strenuous efforts to imitate the
manners and morals of t
At home, of course a.
kept up the pretense 'Aft
her parents were her oar.,
she would not. f, u^-
add to their hard 1 *H
the house, she ,, ^N
sophistication. Wit ZJ* 1
soon became an exn ; ew* s1
of the "better" thin M
dates, parties. cloth< anH lfe'
She even tried, in a tnnJm
bravado, to chew bit
food and almost choked trying
force it down. JW*I
Her mind tried t ipan
those blurred years Zn
relished the comfortine thJ
that she had succeeded ? &
(Continued on Page 20j
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to the whole of the Jewish Community, and warns the Jewish population:
1. Not to be misled by words such as Kosher. Strictly-Kosher. Frishe Fleish, or
an insignia such as the MOGEN DOVID. six-pointed star;
2. That only retail meat and poultry markets which have the sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth are endorsed by the Vaad;
That the Shochet in any market who does not have the plumba of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth .1 1 C J to affix on the chickens is not
endorsed by your Vaad; and, therefore, the Vaad cannot guarantee his
Kashruth;
That only FRESHLY KILLED chickens with the ring of the GMVH fl 103
may be purchased in the live poultry markets;
That COLD CHICKENS in the live poultry markets cannot be and e not
endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Zman.
6. That THE ONLY LIVE POULTRY MARKETS where the
Schochtim are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad are:
MIAMI
Ideal Live Poultry Market (Wholesale Only), 151 N.W. 5th St.
Abe's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail) 2011 S.W. 8th St.
rear
(These are the only Miami Live Poultry Markets endorsed by your Vaad)
MIAMI BEACH
Berman's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 87 Washington
Ave.
S & H Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 320 Collins Ave.
Gutman & Lapof Live Poultry Market (Wholesale), 325 Collins Ave.
Malter's Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail), 436 Collins Ave.
7. The following are the only meat and poultry markets en-
dorsed by the Vaad:
MIAMI BEACH
Malter's Meat and Poultry Market, 436 Collins Ave.
Kaplan's Meat and Poultry Market, 552 Washington Ave.
Herman's Meat and Poultry Market, 732 6th St.
Lobel's Meat and Poultry Market, 737 Washington Ave.
Hoffman's Meat and Poultry Market, 415 Espanola Way
Royal Packing Co. (Wholesale Only), 739 5th St.
MIAMI NORTHWEST SECTION
Dade Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 153 N.W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 230 N.W. 5th St.
Florida National Kosher Provision Co. (Wholesale and Retail), 230
N.W. 5th St.
MIAMI SOUTHWEST SECTION
Sam's Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 322 S.W. 12th Ave.
United Kosher Meat and Poultry, 1553 S.W. 8th St.
Quality Kosher Meat and Poultry, 1961 S.W. 8th St.
Miami Kosher Meat and Poultry, 2011 S.W. 8th St.
S d M Meat d Poultry Market, 804 S.W. 22nd Ave.
Southwest Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1007 S.W. 27th Ave.
MIAMI CORAL WAY SECTION
Coral Way Kosher Market. 1741 Coral Way
Parkway Kosher Meat and Poultry Market, 1255 Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
Pennway Kosher Meat Products, 207 Almeria Ave.
8. That the Schochtim in all other live poultry markets who claim to have
Kosher-killed poultry are neither supervised nor endorsed by your Vaad;
/'.'. "u;it i"'tl IK>ullr.v markets that do not have the sign of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are NOT endorsed by your Vaad.
-----__...*.** u* w nv/i i-iiuuist'u uy your vauu.
iVm ,!!,rthRr v!EfTiat'0un onccrninK Kashruth may be obtained by calling our
Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach,
Phnnn S. LOBEL, Treas.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres.
Phone 5-3595.
H. SOOTIN, Secv.


j-pmAV. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
fJenisti ncrtcfiar?
PAGE NINETEEN
What Is The Aprocrypha?
By DR. ABRAHAM A. NEUMAN
*" ideals and christological concep- inspired by the holy spirit. It
ceptions.
The scholars whom we as-
sembled at the Dropsie College
and who constitute the editorial
board of Jewish Apocryphal Lit-
erature feel that the time has

orbit df Jewish history. As Jew-
Since the publication last spring of the first volume of the K 11it>!''';,,uiv *? tbJ? "' *
Since ic r Apociypha are part of the spmt-
thirty volume Dropsie College sponsored Jewish Apocryphal ua] esSense of Judaism. It is the
Literature," (a second volume will come off the press this fall), task of Jewish scholarship to re-
1 have been asked time again: What is the Apocrypha? Why dei jted treasures.
should a Jewish institution of learning sponsor a new translation Ttie.consideral ma that were op-
ol it? What is its significance in Jewish scholarship?
The literature which we
call
Literature
Apocryphal
h comprises what is
v known as the Apo-
Pi udepigrap! a rank-
worl I's great religious
Like the Bible, it is
a single work nor a com-
i of a series ol unrelated
It is a unified literature
tl en e that breathes the
iUJ of Israel as it ex-
tself in the religiously
era between the close
Hebrew Bible and the
of the New Testa-
ment.
I: Apocryphal literature
., dual relation to the
pgue and to the Church.
ynagogue was its natural
the Church its guardian
ter-parent. The entire lit-
. whether written original-
irew, Aramaic or Greek
i reation of the Jewish
religious genius. The authors be-
to various schools of
within Judaism. Some
were Pharisees, others belonged
I mystic visionaries, the
Apocalyptists. But all were chil-
f the Synagogue express-
relegated as Sefarim Hizonim,
outside the confines of sacred
scripture. For a time many ol
in books continued to live in a
twilight zone unrecognized by
Sy lagogue but finding temporary
would appear that a work written
outside the Holy Land in a foreign
tongue was automatically ex-
cluded as lacking divine authenti-
cation. Likewise an arbitrary dic-
tum declared that the prophecies
of Haggai. Zechariah and Malachi ,
sealed the end of prophetic
revelation. In other w 0 r d .
"prophecy ceased in Israel" at the '
conclusion of the Persian period.
Thus, no book which clearly be-
1 :..- i to the Hellenistic, Has-
monaean or later periods could
gain admission to the canon ac-
cording to this ruling, n i
how intrinsically valuable its
it teaching might be.
B in line with all humj n ex-
erative more th in two thot
.''ears ago to ban these hoiks are
no longer valid today. On the
the opportunit :1CCS-
and th chall I enrich the
content and understanding of
and als i to illun
import pects of Chr in
belter in the Jewish-Creek thou oted in the literary and
translation of the Bible known
as the Septuagir.t. Hidden or kept
secret y t Synagogue, I
to be known by the equi-
valent Greek designation, "Apo-
crypha," finally, that formally
adopted the major portion of
these as its own, giving them
permanent shelter and the se-
curity of official adoption.
The Synagogue may well be
grateful to the Church for having
nurtured and preserved these
precious creations of Judaism for
almost two thousand years. If it
were not for the Church, not a
trace of this literature would
have come down to us. On the
other hand, the Church in adopt-
ing the Apocrypha as part of its
sacred literature transformed
what was essentially Jewish lit-
erature into a form of Christian
thought. This" was achieved part-
ly through conscious interpola-
tions and partly by means of
. his own manner the j interpretation. For as Christian
i.tion of a Jewish | scholars were ]argc]y removed
S
But Synagogue would not
aim of these writ-
ings to the religious birthright
within th in. They were
rituaJJy Exiled: they were
; Apo
Surely no time could be more
" ig for this act of rest i
than our own period fraught with
tragedy but also with millennial
hopes for the world in general
and for Israel in particular even
as in the days ol the Apocalytists
whose writings loom so large in
this literature.
The writings generally known
as the Apocrypha and Pseudepi-
grapha are a part of the Jewish
literature belonging chiefly to
the period of the Second Com-
ii be
bans and th
.'.riling.-- wen shun-
ned by the n
I ns of the::
teachers, there were
enthusiasts and mj I
nthralled bj the v
flights of tin
pr >pl el and accepted
. ngs m defiance of a
authority.
The works that Judaism ex-
pelled, the early Church gladly
admitted. Fourteen book
tained in the Vulgate Old 1
ment that are not to be found in
the Hebrew Scripture. The in-
fluence of the apocryphathe
apocalyptic books, in particular
on the New Testament is general-
monwealth. Some of the writings ly recognized. The New Testament
were composed in the traditions | concepts, whether of the Mi
Temple Isaiah
Wishes you a Happy New Year
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HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
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Sept. 11-12 Sept. 20-21
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of prophecy; others are akin to
the Wisdom literature or the nar-
rative historical books of the
Bible. Those works which origin-
ated in Palestine were written in
Hebrew or Aramaic. The books
composed in Greek were by Jew-
ish authors who lived in Hellen-
istic centers beyond the borders
of Palestine.
All of these writings are of
from the Jewish milieu it was Biblical character and presumably
but natural for them to lose an j laid claim to sacred rank among
intimate appreciation of the | the Scriptures. But they failed
subtleties of Jewish religious of admission to the canon. The
thought and to read into these' criterion of the Scribes or
writings their own religious' Pharisees which determined the
admission or exclusipn of a book
from the Scriptures was the ac-
ceptance or rejection of its claim
to divine inspiration, or its being
Officiated by
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in his supernatural attributes or
the Messianic kingdom; whether
it be in the nature of demonology
or in a heavenly hereafte
whether it be Paradise or Hell, all
are deeply rooted in the soil of
the apocrypha. Neither the lan-
guage nor the ideas of the New
Testament are intelligible without
the apocalyptic backgrouund of
the apocrypha books.
Any fresh light that can be
blown on this literature an\ its
period, therefore, is bound to il-
lumine both Judaism and Chris-
tianity. This is the task to which
the Dropsie College and the pres-
ent Editorial Board have set
themselves. It is an historic en-
terprise and a momentous under-
taking.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBfp
Mrs. Brown Finds Her Way Back
Continued from Page 18)
her parents blissfully ignorant of
her double life. She had achieved
that by never violating their Sab-
bath, especially the beautiful Fri-
day nights, by her absence. She
withstood a great deal of chiding
from the "crowd" because she
relused to go out on Friday nights,
no matter how tempting the oc-
casion.
But all that had ended when '
Harold came into her life. He '
was a "match." as the saying
went. A successful and promising
young attorney, who had long
thrown off religion as one dis-
cards an old garment. Harold
boasted "knowledge." He had
read a number of iconoclastic
books and had "emancipated"
himself by conviction as well as
for convenience sake.
Harold had taken her out of her
"sordid" environment. He had
promised much and he kept his
promises.
When their honeymoon was
< ver, her days were so packed
iwith
not a chink left
which a
nent
, proceedings took their course.
Mrs. Brown visited the baby daily.
Her love for him had grown
to a genuine motherly passion
and she began counting the days
of another week or two. when
tangled mess of her life. She
strove to recapture God, whom
she had lost somewhere on the
way. She needed Him sorely now.
But it had been a losing fight.
A sort of isolation had soon beset
her and she found herself sus-
pended in an uneasy vacuum be-
tween past and the future. She
endeavored a few observances,
such as kosher food, attending
she would be able to take her Snu, on th(, Hign Holidays, eating
treasure home. Matzoh on Pesach. lighting candles
Then fate struck a terrific i and so forth. But all this was but
thunderous blow out of the clear I a weak replica of the sacred en-
blue. How well she remembered | chantment of her youth,
that day in 1929. Mrs. Brown dismissed the
Harold could not take it: he tangled web of her thoughts and
had nothing to help him stand
up against the winds of adversity.
turned to the tasks at hand. She
opened her pullman kitchen and
There was nothing to hold him j busied herself with the holiday
back from that twelfth floor cooking. That done, she bathed
window. I and dressed. The day was slowly
it was almost
On that day Mrs. Brown lost
much more than a husband and
wealth. The Cradle in Evanston
does not give babies to penniless
widows. The brief for her lost
baby outweighed her real be-
reavement. For a desperate time
I: ied to hold on to the house
with its beautiful nursery, in
which she had done most <>f her
weeping and wishful thinking.
pain had been akin to that
of a natui ther losing her
babv. The house, which was
avily mortgaged, (furniture and
n without her knowledge, also
further inl estive whirl ol went soon enough. With it
the
losl plete i

::; Bi :.. e's lifi she was I
:. i Harold
. in Evai
II in lovi
pn im of humanitv
at first sight. While the legal
was swept clear of everything

the
and the image of '
baby, n hi
surely as the real child grew
somew hi n in the world.
After that, in her
had made a hall-hearted i
I gather the loose ends of the
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moving onit was almost time
to start for Shul. She lingered
over her coiffure and adjusted
the hat carefully, at the proper
angle. She wanted to be a little
late anyhow, for a very special
reason of her own She turned
off the flame under the soup,
unwrapped the brass candlestick.
the only relic she had salvaged i
from those early years, inserted
candles and lit them. Wistfully
she surveyed the service she had
laid for her lonely holiday feast, '
then, clutching the Shul ticket in
hi h i. jhi set forth,
It was rather a long walk to
Shul. As she sauntered on mus-
:i thi iVilight, anticipating
had planned, the
r suddenly changed Trees
began to sway and groan, dead
leaves scurried along under foot,
awning.-- wen- trying to tear away
from their fastenings. Scattered
. clouds huddled together in a black
lump, and hung low overhead.
The shrewish wind began slap-
1 ping her face, tearing at her hat.
She held on to it and hurried as
though pursued by demons. Other
: late comers were also hastening
, their pace, holding on to their
hats, clothes flapping.
Panting and breathless Mrs.
] Brown was finally inside the
I Shul. Adjsting her hat again.
painfully self-conscious, she
| looked about with an audible sigh
of relief and pleasure. The sacred
warmth: the spiritual cosiness of
the Shul: the candelabra casting
a warm light upon the Holy Ark.
emed to reach out to her chilled
and tired spirit like a comforting
nd, stroking and soothing her.
With mi asured steps she moved
down the aisle looking for her
' And sure enough, as she
i. some one was oecupy-
a young, poorly clad woman
child on her lap. Mrs.
vn si ippi (I. hesitated, caught
her breath and raised her h
in readiness to tap the occupant
i : seat gently on the should)
For a second her arm remained
suspended in mid-air as the child
tinned on her a pair of luminous
blue eyes. The woman began
gathering herself up rather
nefacedly. Suddenly Mrs.
Brown couldn't stand the vica-
rious pain she Celt with the
humiliated woman. Her hand.
from mid-air. desecended on the
woman's shoulder, but it was to
press her down into the seat
again. Mrs Brown hastily turned
on her heels and placed herself
against the wall in her usual
standing-room corner.
I Body temperature reaches its
j lowest point early in the morn-
i ing.
GREETINGS
o n t h e
NEW YEAR
Peace, Health and
Happiness Is Our
Wish For All.
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B'nai BYith Plans
Show Nite, Dance
A show night and dance will be
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Council of Greater Miami at the
Shore Club Hotel, Miami Beach,
on Sunday, September 17, it has
been announced by Council Di-
rector Charles R. Jacobson.
The affair, which will be open
to the public free of charge, has
been planned primarily to ac-
quaint the Greater Miami Jewish
community with the service work
undertaken by B'nai B'rith dur-
ing its 107 year history. Feature
of the event will be a display de-
I onis (padon
Wishes the Rabbi, Cantor,
Officers and Members of Bath
David Congregation. Their
Families and the Entire Com-
munity a Very Happy Year.
picting community
sponsored by the AnttSSS?
tion League, the educational?""
of B'nai B'rith. al arm
Dancing to the music of jm
Torres and his band wulstat .
9 p.m. A dancing ttfiffigftS
be presented by Stella ajj^
George Bertman is preside,,. ,
the B'nai B'rith Council m of
May We
Suggest
His Violin
and
Orchestra
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Their Customers and
Friends and to
All Israel
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AY SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
vJewist fkridliar
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
The FARRS
*)ciy
happy
NEW
H. H.. BILL. AARON AND MANNY
YEAR
and many thanks to:
Mill on A. Friedman
Prominent Miami attorney
Mrs. Xat Williams
Pn nent club woman
Harry Markou-itz
PI | it contractor
Maraaret Newman
.'.urn's leading dress designers
fuiffl' Kenneth Oka
Popular attorney and Justice of Peace of Miami
Mrs. Sydney E. Weintraub
A past president of Dade Federation of Women's
Clut and an ardent civic worker
Harry Zukerniek
'linent Miami Beach attorney and well-
>cn civic worker
Abe Eisenbery
Manager and treasurer of Riverside Memorial
O apel
Eugene J, Weiss
11 known Miami Beach CPA
Muriel Hirseh Pick
!' pular Miami Beach socialite
Seal liars
mi Beach hotel operator
Jerry Small
Cn-owner of Tony Bower's, one of the most
'(' men's shops on Miami Beach
Matthew S. Handler
resident and general manager of June
Products Co.
Arthur Heiiutz
r of Ardmore St mini on Miami Beach
Alfred Oholer
town Miami Beach structural engineer
Henry Hohauxer
nent Miami Beach .-Irchitect
Morris Herivk
Popular Miami Beach attorney
Paul E* Greene
General agent for Franklin Insurance Co.
Harry En field
Of Enlield's Camera Shop on Lincoln Road
Ken Small
Arbiter of smart fashions for women at Small's
on Miami Beach
Mrs. Stanley i\ Myers
Prominent civic leader
I a hi is -f. Krensky
Retired investment broker
Alexander Koyan
Prominently identified with fine furs here and
in the East
Julius Jay Perlmutter
Prominently engaged in mortgage and real
estate in Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson
Long-time residents of Miami Beach
tieorye -I. Hertman
Prominent Miami Beach realtor
tiodfrey Xeiiiiinii
Prominent attorney, president of Miami Beach
B'nai B'nth and treasurer of Miami Beach Bar
Association
Al Uoldman
Famous entrepreneur of Chinese foods
Alan imale
Well knotvn host of the Celebrity Club, the
entertainer's entertainer and long-time resident
0] Minim Beach
isadore Aronoritz
Owner of Beach Toggery Slwp and dean of
M ami Beach merchants
Kitty Hun's
Known the world over as -First lady of the
night club world"
Sum in'I Weissel
Pioneer Coral Gables business man. property
owner and well-loved philanthropist
Milton Feller
Active young Miami Beach attorney
Edward Hokson
Vice president of Produce Distributors in
Miami Beach
Hen Zion Uinsbury
Miami Beach real estate broker and civic leader
A. J. Kaplan
Young Miami attorney
tieorye S. Levenson
Formerly of Boston. Mass.. now of Greater
Miami, where he conducts a general insurance
agency
HIuhIiI I 41 III 4-
First lady of Miami Beach realtors and president
of Deborah Tuberculosis Society
Max Hreyer
Long-time Miami Beach resident and property
owner
Arthur Murray
Internationally famous dance instructor
Joe Hart
Popular dispenser of cheer and chicken at his
famous Pickin Chickin and Virginian
Jaek tioldman
Owner Clover Club and Hickory House
Restaurant
Henry fore
Co-owner of Vogue Laundry
Waller Jacobs
O! Lord Tarletc H itel, Miami Beach, and
fee Tarleton Club, Pike. N. H.
Harry M. Mayid
Popular M ami Beach real estate broker
Mrs. Sol Leslie
Past president of the southeastern region of
Hadassah and prominent in Miami Beach
communal and religious activities
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
*Je*ism meridian
I'll Say...
July 30. I once had the privilege and pleasure of_
at'ending a seminar at the Hebrew Union College in"
' ncinnati. Prof. Jacob Marcus lectured on medieval
Jewish History. A discussion arose as to why in the
olden days Jews engaged in lending money at
usurious interest rates. Didn't they understand the
hazards of an exploitation that would ultimately
bring on their own destruction?
edieval Jews
In a brilliant lecture. Dr. Marcus explained that
1000 years ago the landed nobility were too proud
and the masses too stupid to engage in trade. Con-
iiently "big business" in Central Europe was in
the hands of Jews, who at that time were neither
usurers nor money lenders. Many a nobleman had
his castle mortgaged to a Jewish merchant. But a
tile middle class began to emerge. At the same
time, a religious hysteria happened to sweep Europe.
Monks began preaching a crusade against the Moslem
, ntrol of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem
V sacres by Crusaders
Crafty Knights and designing traders saw their
: tunity. By eliminating the Jews, the debtor
Id be rid of his creditor and the rising merchant
:1 succeed to Jewish business. The Priests and
-;s were given a buzz. Before fighting the infidel
in Palestine, why not get rid of them at home. A
s of bloody massacres were staged throughout
al Europe. The Jews of Germany and France
decimated. Entire communities disappeared.
n one of a family or two of a city survived. This
the bloodiest experience Jews had known since
lestruction of their temple 1000 years earlier.
Pratical Effects
effect of these wholesale murders was stagger-
. The accumulated Jewish wealth of centuries was
or stolen. The survivors had to begin from
:. They had no capital left for commerce, or
higher grades of business. Their only recourse
the "black market." And that was lending out
y in interest, a form of business outlawed to
stians by the Church, and forbidden by the
But since money lending was necessary to the
gent onomy "f the times, the authorities
ated "usury" by Jews, who after all were already
lost souls, with little concern about Papal male-
dictions.
Their Spiritual Effects
But the spiritual reaction was even worse. To the
medieval Jew. a Gentile was simply a beast. In each
Christian he saw the murderer of his father, the
brute who bashed out his child's brains. It mattered
little what interest he charged. It was no sin to skin
a guy The at- horachmim in the Sabbath service,
written at that time, reflects the mood. He wanted
neither the good will nor the good opinion of the
contemptible idolater. Pretty soon the Messiah would
appear, and all Jews would return in triumph to
Eretz Yisroel. Meanwhile, he was out to cash in all
he could.
Repeated by Nazis
That this tragedv should be reenacted in our own
dav is indeed amazing. Even the pattern was similar.
For in the 20th century. Jews occupied an important
position in German business. They also had attained
high places in the legal, medical, artistic, musical,
literarv, and scientific fields. But when bad times
came after World War I. it was simple logic that
prompted the sixty-five million to drive out and
destroy the half million. They took for themselves
all Jewish wealth and stepped into the vacancies left
bv the banished and the dead. How the insatiable
biood lust reached out for more and more victims is
familiar to every one.
The Broken Remainder
At home. I could not conceive of Jews remaining
on the blood soaked soil. But on the scene, the solu-
tion is not so simple. The surviving German Jews
are mostly an elderly folk, whose Gentile wives were
largely responsible for their escaping death. In
answer to my question, they asked where could they
go? No longer productive, what foreign land wants
to accept them? The task of Israel is staggering
enough without their additional burden. Besides, the
city governments, and various agencies, are paying
them a monthly stipend. With additional help trom
relatives abroad they are able to get along. But they
complain bitterly about the ostjuden with their black
market operations, as, after the First World War,
they accuse the Polish Jew of bringing back anti-
Semitism.
East European D.Ps.
On the other hand, the D.Ps. out of enn ,
camps, with indelible numbers on their r-. tio
scornfully at these Yeckies. Why should, lauh
operate on the black market, they ask It u hi ttle?
drive their own cars, or receive food narVaf11?k [
the "Joint." "I am the sole survivor of a ? /ron>'
60," said a native of Hungary, with one arm ^',ly < ]
thing we had was taken awav. The German "
something. Do they expect us to. be patriotic Xl *
here? The Yeckies want US To be" rn"ore lovafth'''"'13,
Germans themselves, who trade with us anri ,ti*
whose cooperation the black market i'ust ZSSA
function. As for anti-Semitism, who cares M
good or bad opinion of Nazis? We will stav a i
as we can pick up a dollar. Then we go to IsrstiT'
use going as paupers. We've suffered too murh .
ready. With money we can help build up the iW
A Beth Din at Hamburg 1
The speaker with two other D.P. speculators hJ
come from Munich to Hamburg for a beth dm (if
a Rabbihical court. The sum involved exceeded xn
marks ($20,000). Yet they scorn to go befoT
German court. The litigants argue passionately L I
interrupt each other. Superficially, they seem
show little confidence in their judges whom th
heckle and contradict. But once the Rabbis' dec*
is handed down, they abide faithfully by its deciw i
Fascinated, I sat watching the proceedings. Several
years ago, these men were skeletons, broken in health
and spirit, without a penny in the world Now the?
are. litigating over large sums. In the heat and i
excitement of the controversy, they appear to foree-
their broken lives, the murdered families their un"
speakable suffering. Then I realized the stimulation
that business and speculation gives them. I began to
grasp Prof. Marcus' lecture and get some insight into
the energy and vitality that explains in part the
strange Jewish survival.
The Munich black marketier speaks and feels like
the money lender of 800 years ago. Both passed
through a similar catastrophe. Both emerged out of
blackest despair to build new lives for themselves
and their group. Both carried on a tradition that
refuses to be defeated even by defeat itself,
Rosh SI.inIioii.i Serviees Will Bo Hold
For Service Personnel In Koroa
Open from Rosh Hashonah
Through Yom Kippur
(American Plan)
11 Complete Days
Ccplete Holiday Services in Air-
Ccnditioned Hall, Conducted by
Noted New York Cantor
Fi3Ml Strictly Kosher Food.
Served in the Famous Victor
Tradition
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end Lobby
Air-Conditioned Rooms Avail-
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Flamed Entertainment and Tele-
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Rosh Hashona services tot Jew-
ish personnel with the American
armed forces in Korea will be
held Rosh Hashona eve and on
both days of the Jewish New
Year. Three Jewish chaplains in
Korea and a fourth in Japan,
utilizing materials and supplies
furnished by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, will conduct the
High Holy Day services, the first
to be held in a combat area since
the end of World War II.
Similar services arranged
through JWB. the government- '
authorized agency for serving the i
religious, welfare and morale i
needs of Jews in the armed :
forces, are being organized at all
bases in the Pacific, occupied
Europe and the United States. In
this country, Jewish chaplains,
local JWB armed se: vices com-
mittees and JWB held staff have
planned for Rush Hashona ob- i
servancea by youthful draftees
away from Ik.me for the first
time, as well as National Guards-
men and reservists expected to
arrive between Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur at the 17 newly-
reactivated reception and train-
ing centers.
These preparations are in addi-
tion to JWB's n o rm a 1 Rosh
Hashona activities carried out at
520 posts and veterans' hospitals
by 200 local JWB armed services
and vet,-rans' hospital commit-
tees, field staff and 2in full and
part-time Jewish chaplains.
Large quantities of prayei
holiday leaflets, shi :
prayer shawls, in addition to food
supplies, have been shipped not
only to Korea and the Far Easl
but to all Pacific co t emb irka-
tion points hi i JWB I 11
h chaplains i rating
, at full capacity, as well as to
I troops in transit.
In all ports where the Navy
: maintains facilities, religious sup-
plies have been put aboard ships
| which will be on the high seas
' during the holidays.
Two hundred local JWB armed
j services and serve-a-veterans'
[ hospital committees and those af-
filiated with Veterans' Adminis-
tration voluntary committees
numbering 25.000 volunteers
will join in a cooperative effort
with Jewish chaplains and armed
services staff to furnish on-post
and community religious services.
In addition, these groups will
sponsor luncheons, dinners and
"break-the-fast" suppers at the
close of the Day of Atonement and
have organized local community
resources for home hospitality.
They will also package and de-
liver to camps and veterans' hos-
pitals a varieiy of holiday gifts,
including food packages.
JWB holiday plans include or-
ganization of services and hos-
pitality for cadets at the U. S.
Military. Naval and Merchant
Marine Academies and for Israeli
Merchant seamen who will be in
American ports during the holi-
days.
_ In addition to officiating in
Korea and Japan. Jewish chap-
lains will also serve in the
Philippines. Okinawa, Guam. Ger-
many. Hawaii. Austria. Alaska
and the West Indies. Chaplain
Kalman Levitan, of Keesler Air
Force Base. Biloxi, Miss., has been
flown to Alaska for the holiday.-.
while Chaplain Samuel Chomsky,
JWB area chaplain on the wist
oast, will officiate in Hawaii.
Services will also be offered at
all major installations m the
Caribbean, including posts in the
Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and the
Virgin Islands. In those overseas
areas where Jewish chaplains
are not available, services will be
conducted by JWB armed service
committee chairmen or by spe-
cially trained servicemen. In
Germany, religious services will
be conducted by Jewish chaplains
at the JWB servicemen centers in
Heidelberg and Frankfurt.
For patients at all veterans'
hospitalsincluding those in iso-
lated areaslocal hospital com-
mittees and Veterans' Adminis-
tration voluntary groups of the
JWB have made plans for holiday
as well as pre-holiday services.
Ambulatory patients will be
transported to religious services
in community synagogues. Rabbis
serving through JWB as part-time
chaplains will recite bedside
prayers for the bedridden in many
veterans' hospitals. At other hos-
pitals, recordings of the holiday
services, furnished by JWB's
Women's Organizations' Division.
will be played over the hospital's j
public address system JWB com-
mittees have packaged and ship '
ped large quantities of gifts
veterans' hospitals and hav:
planned luncheons, and break-
the-fast suppers.
Yom Kippur Nite Dance|
North Shore Jewish Cento
hold a get-together dance fo\\w-
ing Yom Kippur services on
Thursday, September 21. at 8.30
p.m. at the National Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Florence Pritt. Hostesses will be
Gussie Glick. Betty Shalloway,
Esther Lieberman, Ginger La-ky,
Barbara Mayfair. Hilda Briskman |
and Sylvia Acker.
Admission will be free.
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VJenisUnnrHrtter,
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
A Greater Understanding For 5711
By STANLEY C. MYERS
Prescient, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds
Dawn of the year 5711 again
finds a world tense and troubled,
with smouldering anxieties erupt-
ing into a shooting war. It is our
fervent prayer that the war will
be limited and short. But even
in that event, the grim prospect
is for several years of a semi-war
economy, with nations throughout
the world geared for military
mobilization. There unfortunately
is little likelihood that we shall
enjoy a full sense of genuine
peace and security for mankind
anywhere in the immediate
months or years ahead.
That is the world in which we
live_here in America, in Europe,
in Asia, and in Israel. We must
face it with courage and realism,
buttressed by our firm adherence
to and conviction for the eternal
principles i;f democracy and reli-
gious faith.
In this context it is more im-
portant than ever that we keep
our sense of values in true bal-
ance. The social ideals which
Jews have always cherised, the
same ones upon which America
was founded and upon which she
has flourished, can never be
Strengthened by abandoning them
in any hour of crisis. Quite the
reverse. This is the time for re-
ition.
It is Rood to see that our own
" understands this. At
very period of greatly in-
i:! military mobilization, our
l' ingress .adopted virtually un-
animously, and the President
first major extension
ur federal social security
program. Greatly increased bene-
:11 go to the aged, to widows
and o children, to the
At its root is the
.-Uhening (,f family life
h has always been the core
of biblical tradition.
So too. m ihose responsibilities
which are uniquely Jewish, we
must extend the frontiers of
achievement in the many tasks
that remain to be done, moving
k rd from the great gains we
Recorded in recent years.
f Our task in Europe has been
Pushed several more strides to-
Iward completion. Only the barest
jhandtul remain in the DP camps.
I The last camp door should close
n a few months, hopefully
I forever to end this blot upon the
of humanity. Hundreds of
I thousands have departed for Is-
rael, tens of thousands for the
mted States. Reopening of the
1 Roumania and Poland
light new opportunities
[which must be seized now, while
[they last. For the Jews who
lenoose to remain in Europe, their
ammunities and institutions are
Ibeing rebuilt. The end of our large
ffort has been substantially
I achieved, and is in sight.
| out the transfer of these prob-
Israel has brought with
burdens and econom-
1 msis, unresolved as vet by the
many heartening and inspiring
|w'i!r ,n !s march f Progress.
I.'" ''' o^lded flow from Iraq,
[ ; ; ntinued pressure from
I, ountries to continue
" Of the Yemen transfer,
j; n refuses to limit itself
| f predictions, plans.
Isreal needs help
n 5711.
e fair local services too
heavily weighted by
eea who entered the
-' tes in greatly increased
thousands. This has been reflected
in our family welfare, child care
and vocational programs especial-
ly. With employment prospects
generally improving and with
every effort to use all available
resources, it may be possible to
modify somewhat the even great-
er costs originally expected as a
result of the amended and liberal-
ized DP Act.
Every dollar we can raise will
be sorely needed in many ways.
Recognition by our government
of the greater needs of the aged
in an aging society has found its
counterpart in the still crowded
waiting lists for the aged. We
have made some progress in new
and expanded institutions, in the |
beginnings of improved care out-
side of institutions, in the greater
concern for the chronic sick
among the aged. But we are still
only on the threshold of new hori-
zons in these communal responsi-
bilities.
Our Jewish hospitals too re-
main crowded. Practically every
large Jewish community has un-
dertaken hospital building pro-
grams, advanced now from blue-
prints to actual construction.
Further progress is essential, and
certain, in the next year.
The construction of new syna-
gogues has been phenomenalin
the smallest as well as the largest
communities. Some have included
center facilities. Extension and
building of new community cen-
ters in themselves have pressed
ahead, and will likewise continue
in a large scale in 5711.
More people are looking to our
communal agencies for aid in
meeting other needspersonnel,
educational and cultural, health
and welfare. Never have the ac-
cumulated pressures been greater.
They cannot be met simply.
The decisions that must be made
to divide and use the maximum
dollars we can raise will be more
critical in the coming year. They
must be made with wisdom.
Fortunately, there is evidence
of great vitality in American
Jewry to meet our responsibilities
which stretch to every corner of
the earth. Brought together
through our central Jewish com-
munal organizations which we
call "federations, welfare funds,
and community councils," every
force and interest in Jewry has
been poled to meet these tremen-
dous obligations which all share.
We are more strongly organized,
more effectively united than at
any time since the beginning of
Jewish immigration to America.
B'nai B'rith Opens
Conservation Drive
A county-wide conservation
program urging the public to
"Buy What You.Need" has been
launched by the B'nai B'rith
Council of Greater Miami, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
director.
Part of an Americanism pro-
gram designed to focus the com-
munity's attention upon its re-
sponsibilities, the project calls
for the distribution of 2,000 pla-
cards in Dade County, from Uleta
to South Miami and from Miami
Beach to West Miani."
The placards read: "Conserve!
Be PatrioticBuy Only What
You NeedSupport The United
Nations." The posters will be dis-
tributed in food stores, groceries,
butcher shops and retail markets
not only in Dade County but also
in Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood
and West Palm Beach, where the
B'nai B'rith lodges have taken up
the conservation program.
Sanford M. Swerdlin, chair-
man of B'nai B'rith's American-
The forces of unity have proved
stronger than any divisive pres-
sures. We shall need that unity
and organized strength even more
earnestly in the next year.
We shall need it for ourselves,
and for all those in Israel, in
Europe, in Africa, who depend so
desperately upon a strong and
united American Jewry for their
future.
We can look back upon 5710
with many tasks still uncom-
pletednot with complacency,
but with a considerable measure
of satisfaction at the many
tremendous achievements our
community organizations have
recorded. We must look ahead to
5711 with a sense of greater ma-
turity, greater understanding of
responsibilities which are not
postponable and which must be
met, with a sense of proportion
and perspective, with vigor, cour-
age and zeal for the tasks which
are both imperative obligations
and great opportunities.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
MARTIN CHOCHEM
GREETINGS!
The Officers, Board Members, Rabbi, Cantor
and Sexton
of
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The three-way program adopted
by the B'nai B'rith Council also
includes sponsorship of a radio
program in which civic, service
and veteran organizations leader-
ship will participate discussing
the citizen's function in the
present vrisis and offering the
community "a well rounded ed-
ucational program regarding
America's stand in the interna-
tional picture."
Third phase of the program will
be the continued sponsorship of
service to hospitaized veterans in
the V. A. hospital in Coral Gables
and also to pledge their indivi-
dual allegiance to the govern,
ment's national defense policies
and local programs.
The Americanism and civic af-
fairs committee also includes
Judge William L. Pallot, Sidney
Aronovitz, John Kronenfeld and
C. R. Jacobson.
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9-JewisiJ fhridiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
1950
Which Is The Way To Hell ?..
:
d I'.v si
idvr who nuked thai his name be
ink! i|>toy
addition a manifestation ofl imagination. We can acknowl-
j? general retrea" from religion, edge only those phenomena
A carnival spirit, characterized
by the substitution of neurosis
[or sin, arose and swept the
country (our parents inclu
and everyone rushed headlong
lly inward the de-
oi 1929.
, nor its appeal. If the need for a
I dictum no longer exists, the
dictum should be discarded.
Whatever rules the universe
Automaton, Merciful God. Budd-
haplease grant us, your be"
wildered children, peace ,,t mmj
in the coming year!
Herron Unveiling
TWp mme? a time in eveivone's life when he feels the witn the advent of the thirties, philos0phy t
l^At:VZL an Aooloaia Pro Sua Vita; to share our parents were so preoccupied >,m.(. dou
which can be verified by our
senses. What we do not see, we
do not know, and hence can
not believe.
....,?<. nro Tne dedication of ;, monument
We are not apostates, nor are fo t mcmory of tho ,.,,"
we n es. One can only de Her* jj
?** '"'.. T LESS Sunday, September 10. at 2Pl'
e to write an Apologia Pro Sua Vita; to share
.he world of his mind and heart, so strangely and pecuharly
cai
- p.m.
at Mount Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating
are Mll less proud to be Jewish Mrs Hormn is gur^ived g*
to sell. Moreover,
bt all religions, we
In exposing this private uni-
verse, I speak. I believe, for a
large segment of the thinking
Jewish young men and women
between 25 and 35 now living
in America today. Further-
more. I uncover a realm of ideas
and beliefs that has not gen-
erally found its way into the
schools;
but our attendance was
irregular, and a violin lesson or
ballet session was deemed
more significant. If we
Oh. we're a realistic group
Nobodv can short change us or
pass oil any woden nickels, we
t in thi days of bathtub
gin. the shimmy and F. Scot:
Fitzgerald; toughened by the de-
pression; and sand papered
,th by the nation's leading pa"rents, who,'poor deluded fools,
universities. sincerely believed all this inl-
and are pi"'
tions. At the same time we de-
the cultural lag that is
wenj : manifested in the religion. In its
it seems cluttered
^S^iWS"^tSSt winch'l.her add It, beautv
Herbert N. Schwarz announces
that Bert Sager has become as-
sociated with him and their law
offices have been removed to
Suite 810-11 Biscayne Building.
American Jewish press. Our parents, most of them toe ible tommyrot Some of us
abit children of immigrants, had been entered a synagogue
i ._!.. /\vtiiiiiloV
Who are we:
Well, we inh
. vi y garage n i
ionable bo- homes. To them, the process o
luced hous- becoming real dyed-m-the-wooi,
required the complete
,.:, we bel mia abandonment of their ancestors
r.d many "fon ign religious
in stringently Orthodox
ritual, if
ted good and
lini :< en y not eat them. Then
. in sub, tion to he solemn
k con- rehgi I mgs and restricts
i moke-filled [covenants of tl 'hood was.
-&&
jervings'
toc^V\R"'duss
pattV

es'.
Mother^
OLD-FASHIONED
Gefilte Fish
KOSHER PIVl
TIME
SAVINGI
Insist on the green ond yellow label buy it the MOST
ECONOMICAL way .. world-honored recipe made
from the choicest fresh-water fish ready to serve.
From the spotless kitchens ol MOTHtrS FOOD MODUCTJ, INC., NEWARK. N. J.
HI-GRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CO.
1733 N.W. Seventh Ave.. Miami, Fla., Miami 9-8456
r&a
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERBERT A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
HARRY KAPCHAN EXTENDS
HIS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOOD MART 8<-62'2ti
7440 COLLINS AVENUE
since.
We can attribute this condi-
tion, then, lo our parents'
apathy; however, it was more
than that. It was as much. I
believe, the religious schools of
the thirties. In retrospect, the
schools seem like torture cham-
bers with bespectacled task-
masters who took great delight
in boxing a boy's ears or slap-
ping his hands. Nothing that
was learned therein could be
integrated into our lives: and
not much. I fear, was retained.
(Teaching methods have im-
proved greatly since then.)
College did i otninj to enhance
our religious values. All religions,
we were taught, were man's
answers to the vast and insuf-
frable unknown. Created by man
.md not by a divinity or some
supernatural forcethey exist
simply to comfort us in our hours
oi distress.
In our fraternity houses, we
played poker and pint; pong, gave
cocktail parties, participated in
student polities and burned the
midnight oil: but we found no
place for religion in our lives \
except perhaps as a topic of dis-
cussion for bull sessionsand j
most of us looked with contempt
on the religious institutions which
flourished on the periphery of
pus life.
Of the fiO men in my fraternity.
only a handful had been Bar
Mitzvah As they looked hack on
the occasion, most of them found
the ri ci ption w! ich followed the
: r more vivid and
ble than the service it-
' ,1 the inhabitai is of
nity 1
primi-
. a
oi a I). n ysian
thai bat serv-

ee the nci For
oi us, (; id's spokesman
ved to be no parl
i ly humoi ous i xpi ess
"Go tell it to the chaplain."
Wh truction,
eems to deny, rathi r
' intiate, the existence
Unfortunately, ours can not
be a great affirmation of faith.
I for we have no faith. We do
not hold that the God of our
fathers is any more real or
valid than Christ, Mohammed.
Buddha or the high-spirited
band of Greek gods and god-
desses who held levees on
Mount Olympus. We recognize
them all as products of man's
glorious creative spirit and
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
FLORIDA PROCESSING CO.
JOSEPH COHEN, WILLIAM RUBIN and WILLIAM KLINE
27TH STREET
HIALEAH
MEAT DEPARTMENT
WASHINGTON AVENUE FOOD CENTER
1051 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Phone 5-6821
WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND
THANKS YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE
Sincerely
SAM DEUTCH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
I l<>< Irnliix
Corporation
NOW LOCATED AT
1750 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 3-8464
The Miami Beach Beth
Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
announces the following as the ONLY live poultry markets
and kosher butcher shops under its supervision on Miami
Beach.
Poultry Markets
White Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave.
S. & H, Live Poultry Market, Elgison Bros., 320 Collins Ave.
Guttman's Market, Guttman & Lapoi, 325 Collins Ave.
Butcher Shops
White Rose Market, H. Fedor, 87 Washington Ave.
Empire Market, Henry Wolder, 204 First St.
Weslchester Market. F. Woloder, 237 Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market. N. Rubin, 320 Collins Ave.
Guttman's Market, S. Guttman. 325 Collins Ave.
National Market, B. Marshak, 424 Collins Ave.
Sullivan County Market, Morris Heller. 418 Collins Ave.
Sol Kohlenberg's Meat Market. 806 6th St.
Michigan Food Center, Sam Serlin, 531 Michigan Ave.
B. Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply. 951 Collins Ct
Washington Food Center, Sam Deutch. 1051 Washington Ave.
Trachtenberg's Market, 1323 Washington Ave.
Whitman's Market. Whitman & Pores. 1325 Washington Ave.
Beach Food Center, Jack Pomerantz. 1421 Washington Ave.
Penn-Way Market. Sam Melnick, 1447 Drexel Ave.
Crown Market, L. Rakear, 1122 15th St.
Community Food Center, Jerry Deutch & Al Levenson,
451 41st St.
Normandy Market. H. Goldberger. 1171 Everglade con-
course, Normandy Isle j
The above are the ONLY shops GUARANTEED by the VW
Hakashruth. These are supervised constantly and ***?5K
ly by experienced supervisors to assure you of Tn
KOSHER meat and poultry.
We guarantee only such poultry as bears the BJC toot nng>
These are proof of slaughter by recognized and supervi
shochtim. ...
The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth enters i
twelfth year of REAL KASHRUTH SUPERVISION wishing m
entire community a kosher, peaceful and happy New
For any kashruth information, communicate with
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Executive Direcor
MR. I. BRENNER. Kashruth Chairman
311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach Pnne
5-6150


LflDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
*hnislfUrirhtr
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
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Produced by
Vita Food Products, Inc.
NEW YORK. N. Y.
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The Joy of the Party''
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Candies, Inc.
BROOKLYN- N. Y.
Direct Refrigerated Transportation
New York to Miami
If. W. BROWN
Transportation Co., Inc.
EATONTOWN, N. Y.
Direc! Refrigerated Transportation
Chicago to Miami
K< Iford Trucking Co.
MIAMI
A Hi-Grade Exclusive
MOTHER'S
OldFashioned Gefilte Fish
and Other Food Products
Mr,T m the sP>tless Kitchens of
MOTHER'S FOOD PRODUCTS. INC.
Newark. N. J
Gerber & Company
The Original
SWISS KMt.ll I
t in isi:
HI-GRADE
FOOD CO.
and their manufacturers extend
^fefo gear's (BvttthxQs
IT IS OUR PLEASURE to service Miami's
outstanding merchants with leading
lines of Nationally Known Food
Products.
Prompt Attention to All Orders...
Five Trucks to Serve You!
HI-GRADE FOOD CO
Wholesale Food Dtetribators
1733 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
Phones 9-8456 7 8
*
Growing Wifli Ureatvr Miami'
PHILIP FLEISHER
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A Hi-Grade Exclusive
For the Best
in Quality Delicatessen
Demand
SINAI 48
Sinai Kosher Sausage Co.
CHICAGO. ILL.
FOLK WHO K\OW
CHEESE SAY
fBcPuUni
"
PLEASE*
Borden Cheese Co.
Smithfield
Cream Cheese
Spreads
(In Cups)
Produced by
East Smithfield
Farms, Inc.
NEW YORK
A Hi-Grade Exclusive
The Raskas Dairy
Company
ST. LOUIS, MO.
For Passover and Year 'Round
Producers of
Smetina Whipped Butter
and Cheese Crackers
"The Healthy WayUse Raskas
Products Every Day"
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Bakers of
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anb Cheese Crackers
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMRFP
8. 1SS
Medical Supplies For U.N.
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llabbi Fried I*
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Beach Junior** To
sponsor Party
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Levitan Speaks
,i;ttim. mabrieb*
Say It With Beautiul Music
Mr. BEN YOMEN
Music 3-:-:: of '-" '':"- Sezzz: >-*-.= .-.
Community Zer.:e:
2~iTi You
His Beautiful Sacred Choir
Accompanied by Organ
7:. __ [moresciv* Traditional Wodding Ceremony
Foj i*taiil ir.'e :z ..'-'- A.4:- Road Miami Beach
Z- Pbooa 5-4428
dine wmemitdeurice
1 " a -
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TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS r
MIAMI IU1I IE.U1
"West Flayer & 20fli Ave. 1236 Washington Ave.
,-Phone; Phone:
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t\un mm:mrt: seivke
EDWARD I. NEWMAN. FuneiaJ Directo' ABE EISENBERG. Titisuiei'
IN NEW YORK 76th STRUT AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE '
5c "d Meeting Held
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AMERICANS NEED
VITAMINS
LISTEN TO
MIAMI'S ONLY GAL
HILLBILLY DISC JOCKEY
DOVEY STARK
5:00 6:00 P.M
ENJOY DOVEY'S HOME SPUN CHATTER AND HER
SELECTION OF MUSIC
More and MoreYour Favorite Station For Music and Newt
THEN TRY
One-A-Day
(BAND)
Vitamins
& o packos* of genuine QneADat
(brand) Multiple vitamin capsule*.
They cost only $2 00. Take one each
day lor 60 day*. If you art not en-
tirely satisfied, return the empty
package to your druggist and he will
reJuad your money. Remember, vi-
tamins help keep your energy, nerve*
and digestion up to par Money back
If not delighted Aak your druggist
tor genuins Onb-A-Day (brand)
Multiple Vitamin Capsule*, made
by Mile* Laboratories. Look foe to*
figure "l" on the blue package.
_i ..I i i iL l |J
<>nu>r
The Xorth Shore Jewish
(Conservative)
t'-e or.lv Jewish Congregation ir. the entire North .
WILL CONDUCT HIGH HOLIDAY SERV1
AT THE AIR-CONDITIONED NORMANDY THEATRp
Collins Avenue and 74th Street, Miami Bea~h
RABBI PHILIP FRIED
will officiate, assisted by choir
Tickets may be obtained from the secretary at 7110 Eay nri,,
Normandy Isle, all day Friday. Sunday and Monday, 0r .,
the Normandy Theatre Sunday and Monday
Phono 86-3423. 5-7445 for reservations.
; H hann es begin
6:.; | ling Septemt
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY N]
The Hebrew Teachers Association
oi (n'alT Miami
Dr. Stone Opens
Office Here
Arthur Stor
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. 131 N rth Bay-
A-. State and
: Dr Stine
terr.ship al the U. S
Hi ll s- : ice Hospita
-ted
- to thi war, and
- a major
g] George Patton's
.ed the
Award, Purple
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Foi Stone
thi Vetei am Ad-
Latei hi
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ned
Mai n Ni w
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llr. ami Mrs. Milton Sanes Goldmj
ami daughter Hose Hannah
1446 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for the New Yes:
to their Friends and Relatives
BEST NEW YEAR WISHES
HKLMLVS FURNITURE
22 N. W. 1ST STREET
t is Good at Helmly's
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
i
259 Northwest Fourth Street
Mi*m\. VVmM|

TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOAN AND BEN COHEN
And Daughter MARILYNDA
815 W. DiLido
Miami Bi
TO ALL GREETINGS
II i: II A H A M S
SIGHTSEEING TOURS
TAXICAB SERVICE
3 N. E. Third Avenue
Phone 3-6371
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ANDRE, INC.
MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS
1121 Washington Avenue
Phone
58-3614
TO ALL GREETINGS
ELDER FAN COMPANY
28 N. W. 4rh Street
FANS OF ALL TYPES ^m
Miami.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEWIS POMERANTZ
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT


FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950
*
Fraternity Honors
Henry Morgenthau
MINNKAPOLIS Henry Mor-
genthau, Jr., of New York, former
Secretary of the Treasury, is the
1930 recipient of the annual na-
tional service award of Phi
Epsilon Pi social fraternity, it was
announced by Louis D. Traurig,
V. rbury, Conn., national pres-
of the organization.
Mr. Morgenthau, now general
chairman of the United Jewish
I, was selected as the per-
son who, in the past year, has
i e richest contribution to
the essential Jewish life of Amer-
rhe 16th prominent Ameri-
can to be cited by Phi Epsilon
pi for outstanding public service,
the noted statesman-philanthrop-
ist was given the award in ab-
sentia at the fraternity's 46th
annual convention in the Dyck-
man Hotel here.
Phi Epsilon Pi, a national
fraternity with 36 active chapters
and 10.000 members, chose Mr.
Morgenthau for the award be-
cause of "his dynamic leadership
in raising nearly half a billion
dollars for the relief, resettle-
ment and rehabilitation of Euro-
pean Jews through the United
Jewish Appeal."
Amos Deinard, prominent Min-
neapolis attorney and civic leader
received the award on behalf of
Mr. Morgenthau, who sent a
(I address of acceptance
to the convention. Past recipients
of the Phi Epsilon Pi Award in-
clude such noted figures as the
late Dr. Stephen S. Wise; Su-
preme Court Justice Felix Frank-
furter: Dr. Albeit Einstein; Sen-
ator Herbert H. Lehman; and
Bernard M. Baruch.
The announcement of the award
in Mr. Morgenthau was one of
the highlights of the four-day
fraternity convention, which con-
Vi ed on Wednesday. Phi Epsilon
Pi was founded in 1904 at the
if the City of New York
and Has since grown to span the
' ent.
+Jewisti fit rid ton
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
School Registration
Slated For Sunday
Beeause of the -baby'' hurri-
cane, registration at many of
the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami has been postponed un-
til Sunday, September 10, ac-
cording to Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Schwartzman urges parents to
enroll their children promptly,
as classes in both the Sunday
and afternoon schools are al-
ready being organized.
The Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation announces the publica-
tion of a printed 40-page
songster in attractive format,
entitled "Shironi," My Songs-
ter. The songster contains
songs of all the holidays,
parodies of popular songs, Is-
raeli songs, rounds, as well as
general and Yiddish songs.
Copies of "Shironi" are avail-
able at the office of the bureau
for schools, clubs and organ-
izations .
IN THE MAIL
lt'nai H i ill. Sots
Bowiing Bay
"A South Florida Bowling Day"
hi// be sponsored by the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Council, Sun-
day, September 10, at 10 a.m. at
rflninswick Bowland, 222 N.E.
113th St., it has been announced
by Council President George J.
| Bertman.
The affair will launch council
plans for organization of the
South Florida B'nai B'rith Bowl-
ing League in which 2,000 mem-
bers are expected to participate.
William Hechler, temporary
[chairman of the league, has an-
nounced that eight teams in Coral
Oaolcs will spearhead the league
i Julius Werner, former-
ly oowlmg secretary of Dertoit,
Michigan, has been appointed
secretary of the league.
Starts Nurse's Training
CJoldie Cohen, 2045 S.W.
\';\ St. entered the Jewish Hos-
IP'ial School of Nursing in Cin-
cinnati ,,n August 29 to begin a
course in professional
She is the daughter of
If1' "'' Mrs. Israel Cohen and
I. nt graduate of Miami
F^'li High School.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian
! Dear Sir:
The Greater Miami Vaad
J Hakashruth wishes to express its
I great sorrow on the loss of
1 Abraham M. Bear, vice president
! of the organization.
Mr. Bear, who firmly believed
,' that true kashruth is possible
j only in a united community, was
one of the founders of the vaad.
Even as late as a week and a
half ago he expressed his keen
interest in the activities of the
vaad. In a conversation with
Rabbi Rackovsky, who was a
frequent visitor at his bedside
during his illness, Mr. Bear stated,
"If I only were able to go
around. I would do my best to
strengthen community coopera-
tion with the vaad in all ways."
Mr. Bear's death is a great loss
both to the community as a
whole and to the vaad in par-
ticular. We deeply mourn his
loss and extend our heartfelt
sympathy and condolences to the
family.
We only regret that we were
not informed in time of his death
that we might have attended the
funeral.
Harry Sirkin, President
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
Director, Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth.
Israeli Hank
Withdrawals
Hit 2 Poreenl
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
Irawal of deposits from
banks in Israel during the last
few days amounted only to
2.500.000 Israel pounds, which is
not more than two percent of
total deposits in the country, the
Israel Office of Information an-
nounced here Thursday on the
basis of a report received from
Tel Aviv. The announcement
said that a marked tendency to-
wards redepositing of these funds
is now being noticed. The text of
the report received from Tel Aviv
reads:
"During the last few days
economic matters have been in
the forefront of public attention
in Israel. Following detailed
statements on the economic sit-
uation which were made by the
Prime Minister and the Minister
of Finance at the Mapai Party
conference last week, an erron-
eous report over the Swiss radio
ascribed to the Prime Minister
the intention to freeze bank ac-
counts and introduce compulsory
government loans.
"These false rumors aroused
considerable disquiet, particularly
as they coincided with the intro-
duction of clothes rationing and
certain tension over the inter-
' national situation.
"A limted volume of with-
: drawals represent only about two
percent of total bank deposits in
the country, and there has al-
ready been a marked tendency
towards redepositing of these
i funds.
"Public nervousness also ex-
pressed itself in a further con-
siderable rise of the free market
r price for gold sovereigns. It
[should, however, be borne in mind
; that these quotations have no in-
; fluence on, and no relation to,
I exchange rates and essential
j commodity prices, the latter of
' which have remained stable."
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker
President mid General Manager oj
Eastern Air Lines
joins with the entire EAL Family
in wishing our good friends a
VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
.<
On behall of the Officers and Board Members of the
Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary
to the
Jewish Home For the Aged
I extend greetings and best wishes to the entire Membership,
Residents of the Home, and the Jewish Community, for a most
Happy and Healthy New Year.
MRS. BENJAMIN APPEL, President
Youth Office Re-Opened
The Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission office at 235
Lincoln Road has been re-opened,
according to an announcement
by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, com-
mission chairman.
The commission, under the
guidance of the Greater Miami
Hadassah and the* local Zionist
districts, sponsors the Young
Judaea. The unit will sponsor a
leadership training course for all
prospective leaders. Anyone over
18 interested in leading a Young
Judaea group is asked to call
58-4643.
Writers Win Honors
Mrs. Lillian Greenspan was
one of two Miamians who walked
off with top prizes for short
stories at the recent Florida Writ-
ers Association meeting in Venice,
Fla.
Mrs. Greenspan and the other
Miamian, Don Branning, both
students of Mariana Prieto, di-
rector of creative writing at the
YWCA, tied for top honors. Mrs.
Greenspan's story was entitled
"Big Angel" and Branning's "Re-
write Charlie Welch."
Levine Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Levine, formerly of 1935 Calais
Drive, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, September 10, at
3 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery
| with Rabbi Simon April officiat-
I ing. Mr. Levine is survived by
his widow, Fannie. He was a
, member of B'nai Israel Congre-
gation of Pittsburgh and the Ben
, Gurion Branch of the Jewish
| National Workers Alliance.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
GREETINGS
Alexander Orr & Associates, Inc.
PLUMBING HEATING
Residential Commercial Industrial
REPAIR SERVICE
Phone: Miami 89-2461; Miami Beach 5-3546
66 N.E. 39th Street. Miami
Miami Beach. 1122 16th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Trachtenberg Kosher Food Market
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
. MEATS VEGETABLES
1323 Washington Avenue Phone 5-2919
Glass windows were known
1.600 years ago.
old.
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sher
GUTTMAN AMD LAIOFF
Kosher Meats and Poullrv
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
325 Collins Avenue
Telephone 58-1031
Miami Beach
MR. AND MRS. JACK SHAPIRO
853 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
GENERAL BUILDING COMPANY
FRED ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
432 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach
Telephone 5-6579


PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
letrisA nrridfiar
Jewish Law For Men In The Armed Forces
(Continued from Page 17)
cf life in war as contrary to the
- of his faith. The young
man was. therefore, asked whether
is ,.'iv mscientious objec-
tions to violence and war. To
. lied that he had n it
This asl nished the induction
board and they asked him then
xplain how he could claim
ption on the ground of being
a conscientious objector. He said
that although he does not oppose
violence he still claims it on re-
us grounds because he is a
Cohen by descent and acco
to Jewish law a Cohen may not
come in contact with dead t
except those of his immediate
family. The question then came
to us" for decision The answer
-.-. Ived an analyst I the actual
is of a Cohen today under
Jewish law Is he to he considered
are status or merely pre-
bly a Chen since the old
. :' genealogy are no longer
The debate over the ques-
ti n involved, therel the ac-
status :' a Cohen today. He
of course, observe the
trictions on the pre-
he may be authen-
hen, But that is hardly
:ient ground for the claim of
exemption on the basis of those
I: ictions.
We received an interesting
questi n ft >m the chaplain of
-h troops stationed in Ice-
Sir., < all Jewish holidays,
including .: course the Sabbath,
commence al sunset, at what hour
: Friday eve.-..:..: si rvices be
icted in the extreme north-
cm latitudes like Iceland when
i x : nths of the year it is
and : r six months of the
light, r at least twilight?
The answei inv Ived the discus-
si r. in the Talmud of a man who
journeys thn ugh the desert and
loes not kn w which day is the
tie people in Iceland
. when Sabbath
:..- W, finally decide.:
in Iceland should accept
Sabbath sunset hour from
New ";' ind thi men in the
lid accept the Sab-
..:. I hour of Seattle.
is questi n involved
Inti rial Dat< Line As
ed to the F
the Navy,
nating from : Jewish
I Date
L "''. s the Date
west 1 -" may be
: nd bel
telin ssed and Wedni
nd when the dai
PATTERSON BROTHERS
GROWERS MARKET
1329 N. W. 21st Terrace
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
is crossed. Or going from east to
west it can be Monday one second
before the dateline is crossed and
Sunday the next second when
the dateline is crossed. Thus, for
example, going in one direction
there may be no Yom Kippur at
all; and going in the other di-
rection there may be two Y >m
Kippurs. This complex question
has received considerable discus-
tn recent years and was
finally decided by us as follows:
that soldiers in the navy s.hould
accept the date line of 180 di
Greenwich even though such
a date line could theoretically
have no status in Jewish law. Il
had to be accepted on the ground
that Jewish communities in
French Samoa, etc.. had been ob-
- rving the dateline and thus had
established an authentic local re-
ligious custom which has validity
in Jewish law.
In the year before D Day we
had large armies in the British
Isles. Many soldiers died of sick-
ness and of accidents. The Graves
Registration Service decided that
the soldie/s who died in hospitals
in the British Isles should be em-
balmed before burial. Embalming
is contrary to Jewish law. To
what fxent then should we de-
mand separate procedures for
men of Jewish faith who died in
the British Isles0 Manifestly it
would add greatly to the burdens
of the army preparing for D Day
if it had to establish different
procedures in such cases. We de-
cided that owing to the exigencies
of wartime, we would accept tem-
porarily the opinion of the one
great authority (Solomon ben
Adereth, 13th century) who did
not oppose embalming.
Before even the government
had decided on its policy of dis-
interring and repatriating the
bodies of men buried overseas, we
were asked to give our opinions
on the following questions. Is
disinterment contrary to Jewish
law? Is a religious ceremony re-
quired at the disinterment? Is it
necessary to have Jewish person-
nel on the ships accompanying the
bodies to the United States, or
ting the bodies from the Dort
to their homes? Is a religious
service required at the reinterring
,,( the the Army and Navy
needed to know the latter because
it involved the assignment of
chap!.i these tasks if they
were necessary|. To the first part
of the question we answered that
disinterment is permitted when
bodies are buried with the in-
tention of later moving them, as
is clearly the case here. Or if
they are buried in places where
the cemetery cannot be guarded,
as may well'be the case in certain
parts of Europe and in certain
c Islands Also, disinterment
is permitted in order to rebury
the body in family burial grounds
(al kever ovos). Therefore, we
agreed to the disinterment. The
i t!ier qu( stii ns were a little more
difficult since there is little pre-
cedent in the law with regard to
them: but we did find sufficient
precedent upon which to base an
answer.
In recent months, most of our
questions come from the Veterans
Hospitals. They deal with the
tragic cases of the paraplegic, or
with the insane (a woman wanted
to know whether she could get a
Jewish divorce for an insane hus-
band who is in a neuro-psy-
chiatric hospital), or the burial of
a limb amputated from a patient
in an operation in a veterans
hospital, and similar questions.
The work of the committee is
now greatly diminished, but in-
teresting questions continue to
come up. Such questions as chief-
ly involve the civilian life of a
soldierdivorce and marriage,
etc.we avoid. In the question
mentioned above, that of obtain-
ing a divorce from an insane
husband, we did not make a de-
cision, but gave the facts for the
information of the chaplain and
directed him to consult Orthodox
authorities, since man and wife
were Orthodox.
It should be recorded that our
government was endlessly con-
siderate of the religious needs of
the men of all faiths. This con-
siderateness is nowhere seen
more clearly than in the constant
consultation with the Responsa
Committee of JWB's Division of
Religious Activities by every
branch of the service.
The Mannheimer
School
1054 Pennsylvania Avenue
Extends Best Wishes for the
New Year to Its Pupils,
Parents and the Entire Jewish
Community
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Some persons can speak, see,
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Officers Attend Meet
Mrs. Morris Qoluskin, Dre of the Greater Miau AuxiH "'
of the Jewish Consumptive sift
Society, and Mrs. Maurv p1
chei\ case chairman. U ft recenu
' they
ice of prcci
dents and national board mZ'
bers. an"
The Miamians will help outl;Ba
a membership campaign Z
make plans for the coming year
The ink-sacs" of cuttlefish
yield sepia pigment used bv art
ists, according to the EncvcliL
paedia Britannic.
Society, and Mrs. Maurv P*
cher, case chairman, left recPnT
for Denver. Colorado. wherTth?
will attend a conference of nrly
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of the
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SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
*Jewist FhrHi&r
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
Cover The "DP" Boats
By HERSCHEL S. STEINHARDT
For more than five years ships carrying Jewish displaced
=rsons have been arriving regularly on the East, West, and
ulf coasts of the United States. The survivors of Bergen Belsen.
uschwitz, Dachau and Buchenwald have been arriving from
e European DP camps, the Orient, and other out-of-the-way
laces of the earth.
Yiddish. The man is a rabbi. He's
bringing Sefer Torahs and reli-
gious books he saved from the
Nazis.
\Vho are the displaced seeking
new lif<' 'n America? A DP ship
diking recently with several
hundred Jewish DP's, and a total
|cf 1.228 DP's of all faiths, offers
|a typical picture.
The newcomers include a young
Ifiuple wnn married in a DP
Icamp after liberation and are im-
Lnigrating with their infant child;
In father and son who hM out with
[the "underground;" a young
Iwoman who owes her life to her
"Nordic" appearance: a young
Iman who was one of the "skele-
A mother and son wait for their
baggage. A longshoreman deposits
a case near them. The name on
the case strikes your memory.
Behrendt! You had seen the case
record in the migration office of
U.S.N.A. The Behrendt family-
parents and sonhad turned
heaven and earth to flee Berlin
in 1939. They tried every South
American country, but were un-
able to raise the $5,000 deposit
f0l!nd_^.^merl"lS,.S '"I required by those countries to
assure that they would not be-
come a public charge. Now, the
family has been reduced to two
mother and son.
A group of three refugees are
having some difficulties with a
customs inspector. The inspector
the concentration camps; a
Ivoungster whose parentsbefore
Rhey were killedhad left him
I with a Christian family, and a
I doctor who was permitted to live.
The first to disembark are un-
panied children who are
taken to a shelter maintained by
the European-Jewish Children's
Aid. an affiliate of United Service.
children have relatives in
America in most cases, and the
EJCA will see them to their
ition and supervise 'their
ent.
. >ungsters wait on the
children act as big
sister. You see that
: the "hunted" fear
and hesitate t i ask
rhi ice is broken w hen
asks a youngster why
ndaged.
how he was beat-
is in Bremen. A
ends were forced
lind because they.
aten. When asked
the A :ean troops in
oy shrugs his
There are many
A reporter approaches you.
'Say I thought these DP's didn't
V'thing. Here's a man who
ices of baggage."
eck the belongings of the
fi- man and talk to him in
wants to know whether they have
any personal valuables to declare.
However, they do not understand
English and stand there confused.
You ask the newcomers whether
they have any personal valuables
to declare, such as rings, dia-
monds, or jewelry?
The immigrants understand.
Without a moment's hesitation,
they pull up their sleeves and
show the tattooed numbers on
their forearms. "We are from
Auschwitz. We have nothing to
declare but our lives. That's all
we have saved and we are thank-
ful for that."
The customs inspector is deeply
touched. "Hearing about what
these people went through over-
seas is one thing, but seeing therri
here is another," he remarks.
A slim doctor passes through
the barrier to be reunited with
his "kid brother" who had fled
his native Poland 30 years ago.
The brothers kiss. They talk and
you can hear the younger
brother's voice: "I've got a small
room. The agency will take care
of you help you start your
medical practice again. I'd like to
help, but ."
There is a young woman wait-
ing at the U.S.N.A. booth. She
seems a little confused. She has
no one to meet her. She is assured
that she is to be resettled in a
New England community. How-
ever, there is still doubt on her
face. How will she get there? Will
they help her find work? When
you tell her that she will be
helped to find a home, work, and
friends, her face relaxes. At last,
she, too, "belongs."
There is a family group of five.
They had been in Russia during
the war and have arrived under
a U.S.N.A. agency assurance de-
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
v-Jenisl) fhridiann
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,
The Year In Hollywood ..
By LEON CUTTER MAX
LLYWOOD Ap istlea oi
who foresaw nothing but
c disaster for motion pictu
art how lot i a nice, li
> crawl into, there to g
eface lly. II ever the
mi n pf Hollywood were shown to
bi and occult in
II -appointed ci
.- to coasl i n the
evidence thai showed them up as
phony prophets and feeble-mind-
ed ] tu makers.
The soothsayers with the cracked
crystals sounded the death knell
of all motion pictures at the epd
ol 1949. doubled it in spades when
television was proclaimed over
the land and the theatres were
fast being emptied of ticket-buy-
i s And now. just because they .
Won't lay down and die. the smart
critical crowd, who knows all
of the $64 answers, is howling
"double cross"
Little daunted by the free pre-
dictions of doom, such movie-wise
operators MGM's Dore Schary,
Warner's Jack L. Warner. 20th
Century-Fox's Darryl F. Zanuck,
(' lumbia's Harry Conn. Univer-
.- -International's William Goetz,
Paramount's Henrv Ginsberg.
RKO's Sid RoEell. and a handful
itbers such S nuel Goldwyn
and Stanley Kramer went right
ahead as if the portents were all
in their favor. They looked down
their colle live ind be-
een fields
n the clouded horizon.
';': i were sure it wasn't a
-o. for common sense told
television, day and
spoi ting vents, legitimate
ter, : adio, new automobiles.
ivel agazim and newspapers
.ind that thi?
intrj thi ...1 and bread-
uld !)
ealth.
happem studio
S put their heads together
and bi plan strategically
' le future. How's it all work-
Ut? Well, believe it or not. j
ear jus* past has been one
of the most prosperous Hollywood
ver enjoyed. It has been a
tilled with triumphs and
far-reaching accomplish-
ments.
Divei m of entertain-
ment has been and continues to
be the keynote of the production
oi every studio. Emphatic
: the wisdom of this policy
' le fact that 1949-59 has been.
ex eption of the wai
" gr< :'.. isured both
of profits and progress
tud
Dunn- the past season MGM
deftly balanced the artist i. and
box-office factors with Producer
Dore Schary's "Battleground."
scripted by Robert Pirosh, to
answer critics who had stated
continually that both cnd> of the
. oversy could not coincide in
production. In catching both
tical and audience attention to
the fullest. 'Battleground" shat-
rds everywhere.
It's tremendous business around
the country was still fresh in the
minds of the public when Pro-
ducer Arthur Freed's "On the
Town." written by Adolph Green
and Betty Comden, and "Annie
Get Your Gun." Irving Berlin's
smash hit screenplayed by Sidney
Sheldon, bioke away for extended
theatre runs and heavy grosses.
"Annie" and "Town" took top
honors among filmusical pictures
for MGM during the season.
In line with current audience;
requirements for light entertain-
ment. MGM keyed its program lo
the theme of the customers with
a good portion of comedies: Pro-
ducer Director Writer Norman '
Krasna's "The Big Hangover:" i
Producer Pandro Berman's "Fa-
ther of the Bride:" "The Redhead
and the Reformer" written, di-
rected and produced by that
youthful team of Norman Panama
and Melvin Frank: producer
Larry Weingarten's filmization of
Ruth and Garson Kanin's smash
original story "Adam's Rib:" Pro- .
Jack Cummings' story of'
songwriters Harry Ruby and Bert
K.ilmar. "Three Little Words."
Profits and prestige for Warner
Brothers reached new highs dur-
ing the past year, and rosy
prospects foi the future loom
brightly if the pace set for the
1950 season is continued. Biggest
event of the pas! season was the
presentation of Producer Jerry
Wald's two big box-office hits

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: Danny Kayo.
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Jerry Wald went on ahead to make
Warner hits such as "Task
Force." Perfect Strangers,"
"Young Man With A Horn" which
i another young Jewish
actor to the top: Kirk Douglas,
and "Caged." a powerful indict-
ment of present-day penal abuses
which showed with frightening
conviction the change of a decent
girl into a hardened and anti-
social young woman.
Novelist's Ayn Rand's famous
best-seller "The Fountainhead"
was made into a noteworthy film
by Producer Henry Blanke, and
Warner writer-director Vincent
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end the
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|rIDAY1SEPTPER 8, 1950
fJewisti fhrkUar
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
The Jewish Year In Sports
By HASKELL COHEN
The sport year 5710 can be recorded as a good one but
not a great one so far as records, conguests and development
I I jewish athletes is concerned. Whenever the economic status
|of the United States is on a comparably high plane, the advent
I of Jewish athletes is on a low level. This is an axiom that we
Lih is true albeit readers and
. ._ ____*v~-\a pression that there are a multi-
tude of Jewish athletes all over
the world. It's true we have num-
bers but the top flight boys of
leading the loop in home runs
and promised to belt fifty round
trips before the baseball year j
runs its course. At the age of 25,
Rosen should have several good
years before him. Another new-
comer, Sol Rogovin, apparently
made the grade this year with the
Detroit Tigers as a pitcher. Sol
was eminently successful in the
International League for the past
yester year are missing" Baseball Ifew seasons. Now that he is getting
may show a resurgence now that,an opportunity with Detroit, he
Al Rosen has arrived, but how ls showing the ability necessary
about the other fields which were I for the bl leagues. Sid Gordon
dominated at one time by Jews. ot the Boston Braves continues
The only exception to an apparent t Perform in sterling major
let down of Jewish competitors league fashion and already has hit
appears to be in the field of ten- I his hundreth home run as a Na-
nis, dominated so cruelly in the t,onal Leaguer. Myron Ginsberg
started the current baseball year
correspondents all over the world
will claim we are wrong.
Last year, we contended the lot
of Jewish athletes wasn't a good
one It wasn't then, and wasn't
during the year just concluded.
Shortlv after our review appeared
twelve months ago, several re-
norters in South Africa took of-
fense at our negating the efforts
of Jewish muscle men. In support
of their contention that Jews _
dominated the sport world, they : past by socially-minded anti-
threw their hats in the air with Semitic club officials. During the
great elation over the accom-1 t tweive months our tennis ,
plishments of several star ath- j boys have made splendid progress fact that the Bengal men have to
letes who. unfortunately, are not. and it does not appear too much ; keep Frank House, $75,000 bonus
Jewish. Jim Fuchs. Yale s great to eXpect that one of our boys, Player on the roster, Ginsberg was.
shot putter, was their number one SaviUi Sejxas, or Schwartz, wm again optioned to Toledo in the!
claim for the Jewish Hall of fame. grace a tj. S. Davis Cup squad in I American Association. Actually,
with the Detroit Tigers as the
third string catcher. Due to the
Other non-Jews of comparative the very near future,
stature were claimed as our
'brethren, so that on paper we had
Myron is capable of playing top |
! notch ball and undoubtedly will
make the grade permanently next
Baseball
line-up. Actually' there After a few years of compara-1 spring! Best bete for the future
have been manv better years for tive seclusion, Jewish baseball among the minor leaguers right
the Jew in sport. players are beginning to make j now are Hal Saltzman, Cleveland
mm^^hv^ewish^Du'eif- maJr" Iea8ues here- Foremost' prenticeship ""with San Diego i
ff Sf offery muWchh S% among^the newomers during the | ^_ p^g? Coast League^ Two
The fact remains that boxing, H15!Lpr,6-Sfi!?l feiLga'Si"Jilt: Indians ProsPe^, 3e^v!n^bi?.a?I
nee dominated 1
ui5 nfestlr ner^ormers" Colleee I Past year is A1 Rosen, Cleveland I other pVtchers, Marvin~Rothblatt,
fiSJjfi Sn1!.vr almnS ml Indians ^ird baseman, who bids | Hy Cohen, in the Grade A minors
<..tk.il nhvors arp almost nil maians mira uaseman, was uius i Hy Uohen, in tne Uraae A i
ShKasfiball once the "Jew : ^ir to become the home run ai4 liked by the scouts wl
& has'se?n the Jewfsh hittin8 sensation of the American j both boys may make the bi
^sA''mL*a*J%V!led ut?< League during the next five or as huriers.
boy give ground. There is little
doubt in our mind that many
colleges are employing quota
systems so far as Jewish athletes
are concerned. Good high school
players of Jewish extraction are
finding it difficult to win football
scholarships at schools that form-
erly accepted Jewish gridsters
with open arms. In basketball a
startling condition exists in New
York City, hub of the hoop uni-
verse. At one time, all Metro-
politan collegi S vied for Jewish
court performer.;, who are in the
majority in the high schools. To-
day, one of the local schools,
which made its reputation nation-
ally because of Jewish players,
bars Jewish ball players all to-
gether, while another hoop school
. if national importance is rapidly
I dropping all efforts to snag Jew-
fish .-tars. Multiply this situation
on a national scale and you can
see where dozens of potential
stars are failing to connect with
colleges.
The holding of the Jewish
Olympics in Israel during the
Succos Festival late this month
undoubtedly will create the im-
Leag
six years. As the Rosh Hashona
issue went to press, Rosen was
who feel
big time
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L.1950
What I Saw In Israel..
By EDDIE CANTOR
Before I went to Israel, everything I knew about the new
state was second hand. Someone told me this. I read that. I
heard from so and so. I imagined many things. But nothing
that I heard egualled what I have seen with my own eyes.
I was in Israel close to three weeks. Everywhere I went I
bumped into people from Chi-
cago. Los Angeles. Cleveland.
from all the 48 states, visitors to
Israel just like myself. After the
first Shalom. I got this: "Cantor,
isuSl this place wonderful. Have
you ever seen anything like it?"
N I haven't. And my guess
thai ha\ n't either. Israel
Land ni Miracles, miracles
performed th h thi
: :-. n and
child Tl I. Thej
thi
their pleasn
i-s And all
sk if t J vs in
: .-:

M
QO throu l'r.::- i ,'
[ mentioned Shal
[1
It's a '.'.' : I v.
I
f thi : pli fls: ai I F i
I bye, I how an
today, for tomorrow, for
ys Shalom ...
Peace. P to build. 1
struct. 1 esettli the
usands of
nto this
: every part :' the
new, at this spectacle of sacrifice
that is in every sense a new
miracle.
I shall never in my life forget
the Jews of Yemen and their
children. In the last ten months.
50.000 Yemenites have come to
Israel, flown there in huge four-
motored airplanes. I talked and
ate with them. I saw how they
live some of them in new
settlements, many of them still in
tents ind bai i acks. I saw thi
ones, emaciated and sufl
from malnutrition. I
bone thin. You and I would have
. .-. ; >m up. Why tran p rt
these isands
n't die. S
-.
nd : Israel. I sav
been in Israel
plowing in the fields, p
roads, building th< ii wn
I : fe in i
new land made possible th:
tl .' V sh A:
I shall ni .' in my life (
these Yemenites and their
dren. Nor can I ever forget the
then I saw the new people
fr m R um nia, Hu Iraq.
untrii all vi
N I all were born in ; vi tj
Ian almost foreign ring. But in
| Israel it's as much a part of
living as breathing, sleeping and
'talking. Israel has six meatless
days a week. Eggs are rationed.
Butter is something you dream
about. There is no coffee. Tea is
I rationed. But it's all right. The
people of Israel know they have
to go without in order to bring
the newcomers in. They even
! joke about it.
They're taxed for almost all
the money they earn, but they
laugh about it. I have in mind
the chap who noticed a friend
eating a big meal in one of the
Tel Aviv cafes. He reproached
his friend by saying. "How can
you afford to eat such a meal?"
The friend wiped his mouth and
whispered. "Shh, don't say any-
thing. Thi government mad.' a
mistak. It sent me the withhold-
ing tax instead of my salary "
But we in this country can't
kid ourselves. Israel's austi
program isn't enough, Si
:. swer. Thi
are certain things you just cann it
do without if you've set yourself
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+Jsnlst> norktian
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
A Half Century Of The Theatre
By HENRY W. LEVY
In th
MT'iK's NOTE: The author of this omprehenalve survey on Jews
rheatre, Mr. Levy, la a well known publicist, Who has |i>nK been
i in the theatre, An associate editor of the Universal Jewish
subject.
i Jewish
.,,u.', he la the author of the enoyolopedia'a article on the
I | now the public relations director of the Associated
,i welfare Fund or Baltimore.)
(or Broadway trawwm "" iuicu uiw ui u-ju seuson enaea ~, ------* .
Zl ,he performances that evening. It is interesting at this ^LtZLt^o^h^
KSaSK Jrt medians of the earty years ; fffgg.--J- ^^en
played in the American of the century, Louis Mann, Kaufman who has een writing
since the year 1919-20 and two
volumes covering the first twenty
years of the century) in which
I that eminent critic chose the Ten
Best Plays of the Year (since his
1 death in 1948 the chore has been
When the curtains were lowered in thirty-cdd th^t^'^KaS.^u^t^ide.
in New York City at 11 p.m. on Memorial Day the American of the contribution of Jewish
theatre officially completed the first half of the twentieth century, playwrights to the theatre's
i, Rroadwav tradition has ruled that the 1949-50 season ended "Best"' when you note that of the
or. _-.-----------Qo.W Dvcninn Tt ;= l~M~ .u: -30 plays chosen i
est of the past
midd!
tu
theatre' George Sidney. Sam and Barney piays for more tnan thirty years
This r;m be done in terms of Bernard; Sylvia Sidney and Mel- and can well lay claim to being
roducers, of directors, of actors,. vin Douglas who went on to even the most successful collaborator
'V scenic' designers and play- greater fame in the movies; Joe in American theatrical history,
Weber and Lou Fields, the earliest has been represented on the
of the great Jewish musical Mantle "Best" lists no less than
comics; and such later day musi- eighteen times, leading all other
cal comedy figures as Al Jolson. playwrights. In second place
Eddie Cantor, George Jessel.
Fannie Brice, Lou Holtz. the Marx
Brothers, Ed Wynn. Willie and
Eugene Howard. Bert Lahr, Mil-
ton Berle and Danny Kaye.
In the realm of stage designers.
Jo Mielziner is probably the
greatest. But there are others:
Boris Aronson, Aline Bernstein,
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Charles and Daniel Frohman,
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:i Shumlin, Jed Harris,
Freedly, the Theatre
,: Theresa Helburn and
I ence Langner, Edgar and
Selwyn, A. H. Woods, Lee
Sabinson, Billy Rose, Kermit
len and Max Gordon
(Continued on Page 39)
y
ist a few. Some of these i Lee Simonson. to name just a few.
nroducers hiive doubled as di- But it was Shakespeare who
Bi lasco. the Frohmans, | has never been contradicted since
c Jed Harris and the he said, "The play's the thing,"
-and to this list you [ and it is thus quite proper that
such outstanding di- the importance of Jews in the
George S. Kaufman, i twentieth century American thea-
1 berg, Harold Clurman, tre should be evaluated on the
il.,:!. Shepard Traube, | basis of our playwrights. With
Ki skin, Garson Kanin,' every professional critic's opinion
I i Leo Bulgakov, and, his own, and with these evalua-
te great Max Rein- tions as ephemeral as yesterday's
newspaper, it is perhaps wise to
.. .! turn to the thirty-three Burns
Of actors there are also many., Mantle- Yearbooks of the Theatre
David Waifald remembered as'(one f each theatrical season
ilusic Master and Shy- -------------------------------------------------
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Group Theatre to so many out-
; roles; Edward G. Robin-
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Reed vho created the memorable
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Rosh Hashona Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Q..- Why is the Ram's Horn
blown on Rosli Hashona called
Shojar?"
A.: The term "Shofar" which
r. :<: to the "Ram's Horn" blown
during the Rosh Hashvma holi-
day, is usually traced to the
Hebreuj-Cchaldaic root "Shofar"
which signifies "brilliancy,"
beauty" or "brightness." The
verb ienotes the action of scrap-
polishing. The ram's horn
ar" because of its
"bright" ton.-.
Q.: What are the reasons for
blow on a?
A.: Nun i re of-
I. S ithot
ten reasons. The
lly fall int
gen text 1
the
actt :. R H
in the
Somi that e\
event
the
. xamph the
int Sinai, the
e, the fall oi
etc. Since R
; ixmiately tl oi
Id, im that the
shofi un isl as il was
5711 igo.
Othe i laim that the
shi far is blown to remind God of
icrifice : Isaac the
the people of Israel
through the ages. For this reason
;. ram's horn is used for it was
"caught in the thicket by
its horns" that was used as the
::nji substitute for Isaac at Mount
Mori<
Othei laim that the Shofar is
blown to bewilder and frighten
Satan who serves as the Prosecu-
tor at the Bar of Judgment on the
Rosh Hashona. In this respect
many will easily recall that
ancient tribunals were summoned
by the call of the trumpet. Other
write S claim that the Shofar was
intended to stimulati I le passion
of repentence within the hearts
of t: ippei s.
In ancient times when the king
was about to enter, the couriers
trumpets to announce his
val. On Rosh Hashona every
before the "King
ol Kin js the L i I in Heaven.
Fi i ence brings on a
tion ol ent-
I Hence thi
lown 1
the pi i nee f G I amongst
the
. .. '
the
ponsil
Q.: Why
a sd
"Shofar?"
and assume the attitude of humil-
ity on the day of Judgment, as ;
well as on any other day during
A.: Generally three reasons are the year.
offered for this curious prohibi-
tion in the Talmud (Tractate
Rosh Hashona. The principle
reason is that these animals are
from the family of the Golden
Calf which brought such disaster
to the Israelites through sin and
corruption. It thus would be
Q.: Why is the forty-seventh
Psalm recited seven times before
the shofar is blown?
A.: The text of the Psalm shows
God to be the "great King over
all the Earth." who "reigneth
over the nations." The Shofar
which heralds the presence of
ironic, to say the least, to plead God is appropriately introduced
by proclaiming God. King over all
the Earth. The reason for reciting
it seven times either has to do
with the seven circuits that were
made around the wall of Jeru-
salem before it fell, symbolizing
y and forgiveness with
an instrument that reminds one
of the terrible sin of the Golden
Calf.
The other two reasons are more
technical. One claims that the
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"Shofar" as the others are. The it symbolizes our desire to have
claims that the horn of the OUr prayers cut through the I
c >w, showing itself to be of sev- "seven heavens" that separate us
eral layers appears to be more from the Almighty's throne of
n and it was re- Glory in the physical sense.
quired to have but one horn ------------------------------------
indicating the unity in life. Of
. it should be remembered
that the ram's horn was given
ence since it recalled the
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igh a horn of any
animal aside from those
prohibited above, may be used if
it fills the genera] requirements.
Q.: Why is :t necessary for the
"Shofar" to be a curved figure?
A.: Originally, it seems there
was a dispute amongst Talmudic
authorities whether the Shofar
should be a straight horn or a
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PAGE THIRTY-NINE
A HALF CENTURY OF THE THEATRE
(Continued from Page 37)
mnmr Jewish authors is the more
HSul Moss Hart, with ten
Sect" plays to his credit, six of
hirh wore collaborations with
Katfman during the 1930-40
J',(|,. S:nce then, Hart has gone
" V, even greater fame on his
nwn while Kaufman, for the
most part, has had lean days.
N-t i,, far behind are two of
America's major playwrights,
SLer Rice and S. N. Behrman,
ach with six listings. Following
arc Lillian Hellman with five;
Sidmw Kmgsley. Rose Franken
and Edna Ferber (all collabora-
tors with Kaufman) four each;
and Cifford Odets, Samson Rap-
hatlson. Ferenc Molnar and Jos-
eph Fields with three plays each.
Other repeat authors are: John
Wexlcv. Norman Krasna, Samuel
Rpewack, Arthur Miller, Oscar
Hammerstein and Richard Rod-
eers. and Jerome Choderov (col-
laborations with Joseph Fields)
two each.
Another way of judging the
quality of plays of Jewish author-
ship is to check the list of plays
that have won the Pulitizer Prize
0f ih,' annual New York Drama
Critics Award. The Drama Critics
.:... |i eleven selections in
recenl years, lour of which were
luthors. In the twenty-
nine years that the, Pulitzer
judges have made selections, the
ent -six times to Jewish
playw; ights.
0n< play, "Death of a Sales-
\ thur Miller, produced
1H48-49. won both the
tics' awards. Only
plays have similarly
won olade of both groups.
the William Saroyan "The Time
in 1939-40 and the
Williams "A Streetcar
in 1947-48.
Bi th of a Salesman,"
thi i- of Jewish author-
won the Pulitzer
Prize Scene" by El-
28-28); "Of Thee I
Sing" by Geoi S. Kaufman and
Morrle Hyskind with music and
lyrics by George and Ira Gersh-
win (1931-32); the first musical
ever to be so ijonored; "Men in
White" by Sidney Kingsley
(1823-24); "You Can't Take It
With you" by George S. Kaufman
iind Moss Hart (1936-37) and
"South Pacific" by Richard
Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
2nd (with Joshua Logan) (1949-
50).
The other plays to win the
Critics' Award are: "Watch on
the Rhine" by Lillian Hellman
(1940-41): "The Patriots" by Sid-
ney Kingsley (1942-43) and "All
My Sons" by Arthur Miller
(1946-47).
But enough of statistics. How |
do the Jewish playwrights shape
up with their contemporaries?
Will any one of them achieve
immorality, or even be well re-
membered fifty years from now?
It is pretty generally agreed I
that the greatest playwrights of
the twentieth centurythe ones
to whom the word genius have at
various times been appliedare
George Bernard Shaw, Eugene
O'Neil and Sean O'Caseymore
than a slight dash of old Erin.
Shaw may very well be Shake-
speare's successor, as he has pro-
, claimed himself. Surely the evi-
, dence of the last seasonthe fact
| that his "The Devil's Disciple"
and "Ceasar and Cleopatra" were
j among the outstanding hits of the
yearwould tend to bolster the
I Shaw ego, if it were so in need.
But then Shaw is in a class by
himself.
Who can begin to measure
witticisms with Shaw; who can so
engagingly contrive parlor de-
bates as the great G.B.S.; who
'can dress up serious discussions
even propagandain the balanced
cadences of good humor? There's
i the late Philip Barry, who gave
us some of the best of the Ameri-
1 can comedies of manners
sophistication 'with a touch of
mysticism. There's S. N. Behrman
who has amusingly and wisely
discussed Hitlerism, Communism
and other topical matters in the
finest prose written on this side
of the Atlantic. There's Noel
Coward with his witty box office
sex-sesses, an urbane writer with-
out too much substance. There's
Ferenc Molnar, the father of the
Viennese school of boudoir phil-
osophy and. in France, we have
Henri Bernstein and Sascha
Guitry. And there's John Gals-
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Shaw's English compatriots, both
polished and experienced phrase-
makers of the theatre. No Shaw
any of them, but in Behrman.
Molnar and Bernstein we score
three top notch playwrights who
can at least be mentioned in the
same paragraph.
In the realm of the drama, in
the serious and foreboding real-
ism of tortured, introspective per-
sonalities, the ailing Eugene
O'Neil is supreme; he is most as-
suredly America's outstanding
playwright, the man whom the
critics agree is most likely to live
in anthologies, as well as in the
theatre of the future. Two Jewish
playwrights come closest to him
Lillian Hellman and the youth-
ful Arthur Miller. Miss Hellman's
studies of decadence, her "Little
Foxes" and "Another Part of the
Forest," the family that again
came to life this year in the Marc
Blitztein musical drama, "Regina,"
are noteworthy pieces of drama-
turgy on a par with much of
O'Neil. And her "Watch on the
Rhine," in which she had her say
on Nazism, and "The Children's
Hour" are plays of honest and
stark realism, as well as social
perception.
Then there is Arthur Miller,
who achieved greatness, with
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Time is marching on for American Jewry. The Jewish year
just concluded was marked with celebrations by some com-
munities existing 200 years, some 150 years and many observing
their 100 anniversaries. These anniversaries represented mile-
stones in the development of the American Jewish community
which is today the largest Jewish community in the world.
Viewed in the perspective of
by those interested
Jewish
Pf5fanif.^nd services, the f jgu ~
lhe year
' was ten times as great in
just concluded.
that congregations in Philadel-
phia, San Francisco, Detroit,
Cleveland. New Orleans, Utica.
and other cities celebrated their
150th or 100th anniversaries, but
also from the fact that the year
was marked by serious efforts
life in the United States. The a,med at strengthening and ex-
positive and negative experiences tending Jewish activities for the
in the life of the older communi- benefit of the Jewish community,
ties were evaluated bv many American Jewish leadership,
vounger communities for their realizing that the community is
history, these celebrations have
given many American Jews food
for thought. They stimulated a
fresh and revitalized approach to
the future of Jewish community
own purposes.
today the strongest and richest in
That American Jewry is coming the world, also began to realize
of age was seen during the year
not only from the fact that the
Charleston Jewish community has
reached the 200-year mark, or
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that something more concrete
must be done in the field of Jew-
ish education so as to establish
in the community truly effective
agencies for transmitting and de-
veloping the entire heritage of
Jewish culture and ideals to the
coming generations. A national
conference on Jewish education |
which will be held in New York |
next monthOctoberis the j
culmination of study devoted
during the year to the idea of'
charting the future of American .
Jewish education.
In the field of Jewish welfare, I
Jewish federations and welfare |
lunds have expanded the range
of their programs and responsi-
bilities. Central planning and co-
ordination of local services have '
become the current objectives of I
the local communities. Steps have '
also been taken to eliminate;
multiple campaigns.
The vitality of the Jewish com-
mimity was best reflected in the
rapid progress of central organ-
ization. A study by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds established that while only
twenty-five years ago about'
$24,000,000 had been contributed
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One of the most significant A,
velopments of the year was
increased interest which the Cm
! central agencies have shown J
the programs and policies of n
tional and overseas agenCe!
which seek their support Th
desire for more intensive lJli
participation in determinine th.
nature and extent of nation"
programs has been sharpened by
| the overwhelmmg overseas need,
t by the increasing demands of na
I tional agency programs, as well
| as by the pressures for the con
tmumg support of essential local
service^.
I The passage of the new liberal
, ized law for the admission of
displaced persons to the United
' States has brought opportunity
! for many more Jewish DP's t0
come to the United States Some
37,000 Jews arrived in this
country by the end of June under
the DP Act of 1948. The United
Service for New Americans. HIAS
. and the Council of Jewish Fed-
I erations and Welfare Funds met
immediately after the passage of
! the liberalized law. and worked
out a formula for equitable dis-
tribution of community assurance
quotas needed for the smooth .
absorption of the newcomers.
The past year showed a sharp
rise in welfare fund allocations
for immigrant purposes and im-
migrant relief expenditures. In
46 cities, the 1949 welfare fund
allocations for all refugee pur-
poses increased more than one-
third over the previous year. The
amount spent by case workers
agencies for direct immigrant re-
lief alone also increased cor-
respondingly.
Progress was also reported
during the year in the develop-
ment of child care programs
throughout the country, in the
care for Jewish aged and in the
expansion of Jewish hospitals.
More alention was also paid by
central Jewish communal organ-
izations to the activities of voca-
tional agencies, free loan societies,
community newspapers and to
organizations dealing with i
munal problems ViY KashxuXh
In the field of combatting anti-
Semitism a good deal oi progress
has been reported during the
year by central Jewish organiu-
tions engaged in community re-
lations activities. Organized anti-
Semitism, on the decline for
several years, continued t'> decline
during the past year. However,
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pjUDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
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of American Jewish Life -
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about 40 groups, most of them
of little- influence, were still in
I existence, and it was estimated
I that they raised about $1,000,000
I jn the course of the year for their
I activities.
I A blow to the fight against
I discrimination in employment was
I dealt when the Senate failed to
approve the F.E.P.C. bill, despite
the appeals by President Truman
and notwithstanding the fact that
the House voted in favor of the
I bill- A major incident during the
vear was a "smear" article in the
I Chicago Tribune stating that
Senator Herbert H. Lehman,
Justice Felix Frankfurter and
I henry Morgenthau Jr.three of
I America's leading Jewsconsti-
I tute a secret super-government in
I Washington and form America's
| foreign policy.
Represt-ntatives of major Amer-
ican Jewish organizations dealing
I with the combatting of anti-
ISemitism called upon the editor
[of the Chicago Tribune who
[offered them an apology; how-
lever, he did not publish the
[apology in his own paper. This
[was taken by many Jews to mean
[that the Tribune does not actually .
Isee eye-to-eye with its editor on
Ithe slur it cast on the finest
|Amt-:ican Jews.
. Another incident which at-
tracted attention was an address
Iwhich Benjamin Buttenweiser,
lU. S. Deputy Commissioner from
Germany, was scheduled to de-
liver in Chicago at the annual
meeting of the B'nai B'rith Anti-
iDefamation League. In reading
Itri advance copy of Mr. Butten-
Iweiser's speech, some of the lead-
It- of the Anti-Defamation
League found that he was trying
to whitewash anti-Semitism in
postwar Germany. They insisted
that the speech not be delivered
at the meetingand they won.
I The real challenge to American
Jewry this year was, of course,
the United Jewish Appeal drive!
In the previous year American
Jews failed to reach the $250 000 -
K'OO ouota. However, this year
Jewish communities throughout
Jthe United States and Canada
We determined 'to improve on
flast years fund-raising
Aware that the urgent needs in
"ael. Europe and North Africa
-' still enormous, and that there
fe pressing problems at home
fiich cry for attention, commun-
fv campaigns during the year
*ere stressing the responsibility
fi American Jewry to meet all
r, needs ln Proportion to their
Kiative urgency.
I^el9r>0 campaign provided a
severe test of the maturity of
American Jewry and of Jewish
organizations in the United States
In some communities this test was
passed with excellent results, but i
in others there were less funds I
raised than even in the previous
year. The campaigns this year
were being carried on in the face
of such difficulties as backlogs of
uncollected pledges and tiredness
of givers and workers.
To meet this situation, com-
munities were making greater ef-
forts to strengthen their cam-
paign organizations. They in-
creased their publicity, sought 1
new approaches in their fund-
raising activities, and brought in
new workers. As the year 1950 i
is still not concluded, it is entirely :
realistic to believe that the results '
of the 1950 campaign for the
United Jewish Appeal may sur-
pass the 1949 results. Some re-
ports reaching the U.J.A. head-
quarters in New York to date
confirm this belief. The job is
being done, the manpower is
available and willing, and the
funds are being raised.
Great interest was, of course
centered on Israel. Activities for
Israelboth philantropic and
politicalcontinued to attract
most of the attention of American
Jewry. These found expression
not only in sending funds to Israel
for the absorption of newcomers,
but also in sending important
delegations there to study the
needs on the spot and in pressing
the U. S. government to permit
Israel to acquire arms in this
country in order to counteract the
heavy shipments of arms and
munitions by Britain to Arab
countries.
American Jews also took an
active part in the course of the
year m helping Israel to resist
the pressure on the part of in-
terested groups in the United
Nations to place Jerusalem under
international trusteeship. Al-
though a decision to this effect
had been taken by the United
JNations, the implementation of
this decision proved impossible. As
the new Jewish year is ushered in,
the United Nations General As-
sembly is scheduled to take up
again the question of the status
or Jerusalem and to consider an
Israel proposal that only the Holy
Places be put under U.N. curator-
ship and that the Jewish section !
of Jerusalem be considered part
of the Jewish state.
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee during the year completed
its Operation Magic Carpet" in
bringing over Jews from Yemen
to Israel, and started on air
transportation of Jews from Iraq
and Iran to the Jewish state. At
the same time the J.D.C. formed
a partnership with the Jewish
Agency for the physical rehabili-
tation of indigent immigrants
the "hard core" cases.
Meanwhile the Zionist move-
ment in the United States, ex-
periencing a drop in membership,
was studying various methods of
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FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
A Half Century Of The Theatre
Mlftcrklkm
PAGE FORTY-THREE
(Continued from Page 42)
|,un\ pUB qcuBMSBH MsoH 'aouan
lliken to Stan O'Casey. From the
realism of his "Plough and the
Stars
;md "Juno and the Pay-
Icock." he has Proceeded to a
nystical, almost religious type of
Jay such as "Within the Gates."
>erhap> Marc Connelly in "Beg-
ar on Horseback" and "Green
astures." (if the Americans, had
,me of the poetry and creativity
if QX'.^y- Then Molnar, with
," which was later to be-
nme the beautiful musical
Carouse!.'' had some of it, and S.
insky with the medieval Jewish
legend. The Dybbuk" displayed
the mystii ism that is so present
in O'Casey. The power of the
early O'Casey, the righteous in-
i(l wrath, were to be
litod in Sholom Asch's "God of
,'engeance." in which Rudolf
Ichildkraul gave so memorable a
an e in a play which
bowed eamy side of Polish
ihetln life in much the same way
[hat O'Casi y portrayed the Dub-
\}n of thi I ish rebellion.
To proci d from O'Casey to the
jnerican musical may not be an
irderly -ion. but in the
iteresl Deluding this over-
long survey, it must be made.
,nd w< an start with the un-
Iquivocal statement that Amer-
ba has led in the development of
ie musical play to its present
igh esteem, and that Jewish
riter.s and composers have been
the vanguard of this develop-
lent.
To go back to the nineteenth
pntury. we elevate to the pin-
iacle, the topical operettas of
llbert and Sullivan and the
lolorful, romantic music of the
Jiythical kingdom type of story
hat highlighted the Victor Her-
bert scons that we hold in such
Bieasurable esteem even today.
I For many years starting from
me early years of the century,
igmund Rombcrg, Franz Lehar,
Wo Harbach, Oscar Straus, and
iven Jerome Kern continued the
tradition of Victor Herbert.
eorge M. Cohan broke the al-
most solid Jewish phalanx of
usical comedy writers as he
,-aved the (lug and quickened
ie fempo of his contribution. But
pt foj the Ziegfeld, Al Jolson
ie there was nothing
v in thi musical field of that
i The tin d business man want-
either a saucy revue, or a
pup romantic melodies
ung together on an inane
iretto.
1 several directions,
1 ide itself felt, in the
;,: of the half century.
hard Rodgers and Lorenzo
W ight back the Gilbert
H Sullivan topical sort of thing
C nnecticut Yankee."
a in ventured from
Wy B. Good" and "Oh Kay"
"Porgy and Bess." Jerome
Kern and Oscar Hammerstein,
2nd, wove (heir beautiful music
about the robust Edna Ferber
"Showboat" story. George S.
Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind,
along with George and Ira
Gershwin went Rodgers and Hart
one step better in contriving "Of
[Thee I Sing," which was the first
musical to ever win the Pulitzer
Prize. Irving Berlin wrote the
wartime favorite, "This Is the
Army," and the swashbuckling
"Annie Get Your Gun." Such
personalities as Howard Deitz
Arthur Schwartz. Irving Berlin
and Morrie Ryskind revolution-
ized the revue with the "Music
Box Revues," the "Little Shows "
"The Band Box" and similar
ventures. The late Kurt Weil
working mainly with Maxweli
Anderson, wrote such serious
music dramas as "Knickerbocker
Holiday" and this year's "Lost in
the Stars."
But it was Richard Rodgers,
now teamed with Oscar Hammer-
stein, 2nd. who. created a new
type of American musical by in-
jecting folk lore and theme into
"Oklahoma." This was followed
by "Carousel," "Allegro" and
"South Pacific," until today plot
is now considered an integral
part of the American musical.
With "South Pacific" well on its
way to becoming the most suc-
cessful musical in the history of
the American theatre, three other
recents of the same genre today
hold the one, two, three posi-
tions as the longest running
musicals in history, "Oklahoma,"
Annie Get Your Gun," and
Carousel," the first and third
by the Rodgers-Hammerstein duo
as in "South Pacific" alsoand
the other an Irving Berlin crea-
tion.
This, then, is the record of fifty
years in the theatre, an honor-
: able achievement in Jewish crea-
tivityalthough one studded with
a more than nodding acquaintance
with the failure that is an in-
evitable part of theatrical pro-
; duction. On the whole, the bal-
! ance sheet is weighted in favor of
, good, if not always great, theatre.
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vjenlst FkrH&r
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
8.1950
What I Saw in Israel
V oiinue I from Page 36)
:, .f welcoming every home-
rson who comes to your
why Israel needs
hinery, steel ana
ber. horr.es and fac-
ial supplies and tents Yes
nl n< 5 ''
t you must
United J
Israel '
One of
.-
' '
nd me you

: '
Idren
f 1
: fathers

:. the he k II nly y -
:. ingei ii
,-es h ingi :
Ida i
'. md she a not thi
And 1 ed I
We cried because these children
ours yours and mine.
v.". n America who are helping
them to survive are their new
parents. That's why we've got to
stand by them.
The entire State of Israel is a
ive of activity. Evei y ;ne :s
doing. butldmg something
W you go. you see harn-
flving and saws buzzir.2
- building, building.
ing everywhere. Tl
IT ;-
u ill pi -: up I beam a
My eyes p >pi
. fe, but not I
Israel.
On.- if the test 1
Irive the road t
i to en( '
a quickening t
:. : it hard to
the lump in y
;;.. Hen
Bibli '
H .. Citj : D '.
Soloi and Ji is ii
, itj that the y >ung
-
: the road to Jeru
littered on both sides with burnt
>ut trucks, mementoes of the
voung Israelis who gave their;
lives so that Jerusalem would
not be destroyed. It is only when
lh. city itself that you
fully realize the unshakeable de-
: thes. people to
future I i them-
selves.
; ... dry. negli ct
wasteland come to life again.
Wh< e rocks "' : ,ur-
re now
. .'.
(arms. You
the h,?rf,ver
Sh r. \ alley.
in ^e in the Jerusalem
i. the N
the ta)
the si ek< epi r in
Aviv, to the librarians in
Jeru the longshoremen
in Haifi to "'> uf tne
phony Orchest
mgster behind the
in the fac-
immigrant in his tent.
I si i Di Chaim Weiz-
mann Isi lei's great and noble
President. and with Israel*s
dynamic Prime Minister. David
Ben Gurion. I spoke with Mrs.
G : la .'! rs n with members of
binel .md with officei
nd Navy. I spoke with
people from all walks of life.
liffer politically, but
ne incentive in com-
n one reason for which
they fought and for which so
That reason, that in-
i mrs of Israel
S be kept open for all those
whi fie fi im persecution, and to
all those who yearn for this new
freedom and new democracy.
The biggest job facing the Jews
of America is to sharpen this in-
centive, to become a part of it,
to join in keeping Israel's gates
open through support of the
United Jewish Appeal. That is the
message I bring to you after see-
ing for myself what Israel is. what
it's doing, and what it must do,
with our help.
Eddie Cantor. National Campaign Chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, shown with Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President of
Israel, at the Chief Executives home in Rehovoth. Mr. Cantor
visited Dr. Weizmann during his recent mission to Israel to study
the immigration and settlement needs that must be met there
"throufV the United Jewish Appeal. Cantor, who is now devoting
most ol his time to the UJA, also conferred with- Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion and with officers of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine. .,
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for the
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Phone 3-5373
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y*
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WM. F. McCLASKEY
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GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
fJewistifkridictr
I COVER THE "DP" BOATS
PAGE FORTY-FIVE
(Continued from Page 33)
fctined for Texas. The father, a
thoemaker. asks you questions.
How far is Texas? Has it a nice
Climate? Can they see America
through the windows of their
[ran" Later, a volunteer worker
b the pier, a member of a local
tction of the National Council of
Jewish Women, escorts the family
|o the train. You know that the
lamil.v will make a good adjust-
nent" when the father proudly
lavs: "A" I want from America is
l-e.'k to support my family."
\K pale boy of 12 is accompanied
iv an older immigrant. The boy.
t, .n;n)> ;,n uncle in Detroit, had
1 the photographer sees her pretty
I legs. "Boy, that's what I want
j Thanks."
You go around the pier once
[ more. A family of five, compris-
ing three generations, walks off
| the gangplank. A photographer
i takes a picture of the group.
Throughout all the commotion,
grandmother shows no interest in
I anything. Her face is stolid and
immovableas though nothing on
earth could hurt her any longer
As you are about to leave you
I see a family group of four being
( interviewed by a reporter. The
rabbi from Budapest tells her how
he cut off his beard and passed
GREETINGS
Lasl stop on freedom road: Port and dock workers of United
service loi Ney Americans speed through the last formalities for
inewlyarrived displaced Jews before the newcomers proceed to
^communities throughout the United States.
fent the war years in a French -...............----
V*i bring the boy over
h ph tographer for a picture
' tell him something of
boy'.- background. "No, too
p. I wan: an orphan of four or
ft.' he answers.
It is difficult to explain that
pst Jewish children were killed
' the N'..z:s. However, you don't
|ve to search for another picture
pibility A blond girl of 20
^vts from the ship's rail and
Lynn's Sundries
HARRY AND LARRY
776 West Flgaler St
himself off as a Nazi student.
His wife assumed the role of a
sister whose husband was fighting
on the Russian front. The rabbi
visited his "sister" once a week
to bring her food.
c-uHis, wife joins tne conversation.
She kept a kosher home in ac-
cordance with Jewish tradition
by salting the meat in a suitcase
under lock and keyaway from
the prying eyes of her Nazi land-
lady.
As you are about to leave, you
recognize a young man in a
leather jacket who came to the
United States on the first ship
Now he is waiting for his fiancee.
a girl from his home town of
Lodz. They had become engaged
in a DP camp shortly before he
was to leave for the United States.
Vou wish him good luck and he
grins happily. At last he has
found a place he can call "home."
You feel good in your heart.
This :s just one of the manv ships
that have brought survivors of
Nazism to haven here You have
seen their facts and you are glad
that some of them have come to
wandering's end.
Phone 5-7111
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2119 Coral Way Phone 48-8050
E. SAFER, Proprietor
..
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
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192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865
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PHONE 87-5303
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May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations
nd Everlasting Peace to All Mankind
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fiemstrnprk09rr
FRIDAY, MWEMBERj, 135ft
The Jewish Year In Sports
(Continued from Page 35)
! basketball
The big news of the basketball
year was the double winning feat
accomplished by the City College
Beavers in capturing both the
N.I.T. and the N.C.A.A. tourna-
ment. With such Jewish stalwarts
as Ed Roman. Al Roth. Herb
Cohen. Irwin Dambrot. Norm
Mager. and Ron Nadell. the
Beavers came out of a midseason
slump to glide through both col-
legiate post-season tourneys.
Others players who gained in
stature among the college per-
formers this past year were Eddie
Gard. Abe Becker. Joel Kaufman.
Art Goldberg of Duquesne. Al
Rubenstein of Cincinnati. Al
Goodlerner and Joe Post of
Brooklvn. Al Stein and Bobby
Reiss of Columbia. Among the
pros Adolph Schayes was the
spark plui; >>f the Syracuse Nats
; that club to the N.B.A. finals
list tiie potent Minneapolis
Lakers. Max Zaslofsky had an-
other good year with the Chicago
Stags. Among the coaches and
owners. Eddie Gottlieb of the
Philadelphia Warriors managed to
finish in the N.B.A. playoffs and
saw his team get knocked off
quicklv by Syracuse. Only Ben
Kerner of TYi-Cities and Max
Winter of the Minneapolis club,
as well as owner-coach Lester
Harrison of Rochester enjoyed
success at the gate, despite the
fact that several other N.B.A.
teams went into the red.
Track and Field
No records were set by Jewish
performers in track and field,
but several came to the fore with
sterling pi irmances. Sprinter
Ira Kaplan of NYU turned in
several brilliant starts in the 100-
yd. dash t i rate with the top-
es of the country.
Shot putter Stanley Lamport of
N.Y.U. was se nd to the world's
best. Yale's J:::. Fuchs, V;. Frank
of Yale was the nation's out-
Standing discus thrower having
set a new mark of 171 feet at the
IC4A meet at Randall's Island
Si liun in May. Dr. Steve Sey-
f the Los Ai AC was
.-. the nation velin
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thrower holding the country s
record of 248 feet. He will show
with the Jewish Olympic team at
Tel Aviv. Other outstanding per-
formers include Royal Chernock.
NY.U. hurdler. Henry Laskau of
New York, the American 3,000
meter and 10.000 meter walking
champion and William Amelt-
chenkao. strong half-mile runner
who represents City College.
Football
For the first time in many
years, no Jewish boy even ap-
proached all American honors.
Jerrv Faske of Iowa was the out-
standing back and is the only
Jewish ball player among 500
described in the Stanley Wood-
ward's Who's Who in Sports.
These 500 players are the best
who performed in the nation dur-
ing the past year. Sid Gilman was
eminently successful as coach of
the University of Cincinnati while
Sid Luckman continued his great
quarter-backing game with the
Chicago Bears among the pro
plavers. Sid is just about through
as a player and has already been
signed for the forthcoming year
as a quarter-back player-coach
which indicates that his last active
year is coming up shortly.
Tennis
Generallv speaking tennis has
been a closed field for Jewish
performers. This past season has
proved a pleasant surprise with
so many young fellows coming up
and showing splendid possibili-
ties. Possibly the best of the new-
comers is Dick Savitt, the sensa-
tion of the Eastern seaboard. Dick
took down several titles including
the Penn State title which was
won on grass courts against some
of the nation's best. Earl Cochell,
rated No. 9 in the country was
among those who fell before
Savitt's terrific forehand attack.
Vic Seixas is another who gives
promise of becoming future Davis
Cup Timber. Sid Schwartz and
(Continued on Page 48)
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*le w"*#? f/mriafr^r
THE YEAR IN HOLLYWOOD
PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
(Continued from Page 34)
the'-man came through with "The
; Heart," a warm and ap-
eali'ng drama of human relations
ihich stressed man's dependence
bn the kindness and undorstand-
. ,.; his fellow-men.
Over at Paramount, Academy
.,,.,, ng Producer-Di-
L William Wyler won out
L'ain for Olivia De Havilland
plh hi- film interpretation of
Phe Heiress," Henry James'
I .. ] (if the 1850's. Cnm-
Viser Aaron Copland also won
', [f an "Oscar" for contribut-
ng the melodic music marked by
Inusual inventiveness and origin-
litv. The well known man and
rife team of Ruth and Augustus
Soetz wrote the screen play from
heir own stage version.
Producer-Director Cecil B. De-
.'ille starred the beautiful Hedy
amarr in the Biblical "Samson
nd Delilah'' and again proved
hat he could achieve sumptuous ]
ageantry and turbulence in addi-
|ion to the well-known movie'
ngredients of live, conflict, i
Jealousy, treachery, avarice and
hposition to oppression.
I Indicative of 20th Centry-Fox's '
\ew place in the scheme of pic-,
ure-making during the past year
a single set of films, which
&M\v the tremendous strides for- ;
?ard Darryl Zanuck's fast-mov- '
ng studio has attained as a sue- j
Essful movie-making organiza-
i m.
Edward G. Robinson starred in
producer Sol Siegel's "House of
grangers" with ace direction by
o.-eph L. Mankiewicz, and the
pam turned out one of the big
ibins i all time. Writer-
M. nkiewicz went on to
nake "A Litter to Three Wives"
nd wii idemy Award for
lutstanding direction.
Producei Ge irge Jessel proved
|i:it he ake films with the
esl if them by turning out such
jparklin '.added musicals
"Dancing In tin Dark" and "Oh
l"ou Beautiful Doll." Superlatives
Irere needc d by the critics to
itch the flavor ot the warm, gay,
eautitully produced musicals.
Not to be niudonec. Producer
iol Siegel followed up with "I
t'js A Male War Bride" starring
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at the box-office. This gay comedy
effervesced with fun and laughter
as Cary and Ann Sheridan
thoroughly entertained their audi-
ence while poking fun at Army
red tape. J
,lfP*odu!r William Perlberg and
Writer-Di^eclor George Seaton
filmed The Big Lift" on the spot
in Berlin, and gave the picture a
realistic treatment of occupational
problems and emphasizing his-
"orical values. Fraulein fratern-
isation and the influence of
romance illustrated the difficult
adjustments of post-war condi-
tions.
Topranking 20th Producer Sam-
uel G. Engel was chosen to make
the sensationaly successful "Bel-
vedere" series starring Clifton
Webb, and then proved that he
could produce the finest Catholic
inspired picture in years, "Come
To the Stable" starring Loretta
Young.
"Jolson Sings Again," Colum-
bia's follow-up to the first Jolson
picture, produced by Sidney
Buchman, was a delightful blend
of pathos, humor and skill and
carried on the "Jolson Story"
through temporary decline and
spectacular comeback. Al Jolson
soared to new fame with the mak-
ing of this film based on his life.
A novel twist showed Larry
Parks as himself to be the Jolson
double. Lovers of Jolson were
: equally happy with this sequel.
I A shower of "Oscars" came to
Columbia with the brilliant young
Robert Rossen's emergence as a
topflight writer-director-produc-
er. His "All the King's Men" was
a dynamic motion picture which
was voted the best of the year by
all of Hollywood. The film itself.
was alive with richness of true-
to-life backgrounds, the pattern
of dictatorship given with force-
ful and important presentation.
Universal's "Sword In the
Desert" produced and written bv
Robert Buckner. ;i non-Jew, was
a stirring melodrama, based on
i the Jewish and British conflict in
j Palestine in 1947. It described the
disembarkation of a group of
Jewish refugees on the Palestine
coast and their efforts to escape
the efficient and relentless British
, patrols with the aid of the Jewish
j underground. As sheer theatrics,
the picture was outstanding; as
persuasive drama its wisdom was
questioned by those who saw it.
'Champion." "Home of the
Brave" and "The Men" ame from
the most brilliant young producer
in Hollywood today. Stanley
Kramer. All three pictures were
dramas of stark realism made
with an unemotional approach.
The films aroused true Americans
to more determined analytical
thinking toward clear sanity re-
garding conditions depicted.
Yes, the motion picture indus-
try has also gone all-out and
then some, in aiding the war
effort, but when one checks the
records of its activities, it appears
that all-out falls short of describ-
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PAGE FORTY-EIGHT
* Jen 1st fhjridiair
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
The Jewish Year In Sports
(Continued from Page 46)
Bernard Schielber, both of the
University of Miami, have been
pushed into the national limelight
with startling victories every now
and then. Southpaw Seymour
Grecnberg of Chicago proved
himself to be a tough contender
during the past season and
Ladislav Hecht. the ex-Czech
Davis Cup performer, has shown
that he was far from through on
the court.
Boxing
How the mighty have fallen!
The fistic world, not too long ago
dominated by the Jewish boxers
finds no voung boxer challenging
in any class, whereas it was cus-
tomary to see two or three title
holders among the twenty-four
outstanding challengers listed for
the various divisions. Every boy
of Jewish extraction now per-
forming is definitely second-rate
with few if any newcomers seen
as possible contenders for the
future. Among the managers. Jake
Mint/ rules the affairs of Ezzard
Charles. NBA. boxing champion,
while Irving Cohen is the master-
mind behind Rocky G.raziano.
Other Sports
Sergeant Henry Wittenberg of
the New York Police Department,
the Olvmpic light heavy-weight
wrestling champion, was just
about to go into retirement when
he was selected for the U.S. squad
to participate in the Israel games.
Looking Back:
A Year Of American Jewish Life
(Continued from Page 41)
strengthening Its position in the
ranks of American Jewry and
activating those of its members
who have been under the im-
pression that with the creation of
;, Jewish state the final aims of
Zionism had been achieved.
The question ol encouraging a
,:/ movemenl in the United
: the purpose of sending
an Jews to I
then
d
I ii
>nl\ the Zionisl
... | t from
...
nstead nil mtr;
that '
the

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....
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evement in 1
luction 1
n Is I. 1
n
- : I
of social science, religion and
literature.
As the new year is ushered in.
American Jewry is watching the
developments in Korea and is
praying for a swift American vic-
tory in the attempt to check
armed Communist aggression
Uppermost in the mind of every
American Jew now is the de-
termination to do his share in
helping to prevent the outbreak
0f a third World War. having in
mind the destruction which the
last world war brought to
humanity, especially '
. |ation of 6.000.000 J. ws
in the cou years.
It is with prayi r
e that Jews t the new
I: ..- world pi '
will h ind v\ hi n thi
ther the tradit
I.' Sh i T
He was tops among the amateur
grapplers. Critics maintain that if
he desires. Wittenberg can go into
pro-ranks and toss-all the blub-
bering baboons now performing
in that field. Henry Spellman. the
Olympic weight-lifting champion
is still active, while Irving Bedard
was the national tumbling cham-
pion during the last year. Robert
Kroll. David Lesky. and Jerry
Steinberg were the prominent
amateur wrestlers to gain a
modicum of fame during the past
vear. Among the top flight artists
to perform during the year just
completed were Aaron Kurtzman,
breast stroke star from Seton
Hall. Don Sheff and John Blum
of Yale. Marcel Lorand and
Daniel Bukantz, fencers of re-
nown, were tentatively selected to
join the U.S. squad for the Israel
games. Mrs. Reba Maness and Sol
Shiff were tops among the top
tennis players while Maurie Rose
continued" to rate with the top
flight automobile racers. In golf
last year as in previous years,
only Herman Barron, name pro.
won tournaments, among the
Jewish performers on the links.
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Mil. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
vJewist fhrkfiajn
PAGE FORTY-NINE
ewish Personalities in the U N
By DAVID WESLEY
t AKE SUCCESS-One man at
|n;ted Nations
Headquarters
, less time to waste re-
kltS >unch in the deleg-
X Pd.nin-lounge than almost
nvon.- else is Benjamin A.
|nJh ,,h, bears the mouth-
bland, gravel-voiced individual,
Chile Ben is the world organiza-
tion's combination of Grover
Wha.en and Stee Hannegan, that
is, chief handshaker and press
agent.
The department he heads is
when UN was in its formative
stage. Today, with the machine
functioning as smoothly as is
humanly possible, Cohen sand-
wiches the chore of running it
in between speeches and the vast
variety of publicity-getting en-
terprises a press agent is re-
sponsible for.
themselves. Abe Feller, who went
to the founding and organizing
conferences at San Francisco and
London as an adviser to the
United States delegation and then
was persuaded by Secretary-
General Trygve Lie to become a
full-fledged international servant
is director of UN's Legal Depart-
While Ben Cohen is seeing to irent and the organization's gen-
example. Fellex helped draw up
a formula for settlement (whic 1
failed). There was Czechoslcv ;
kia. Feller, as UN counsel,
pitched into the fight over the
UN job of Jan Papanek who had
denounced the Communist coup
in that country and saved
Papanek's job. There was, and
still is, on the other hand, t.'e
long fight to seat Commu.
China and kick out the National-
ists. Feller prepared a memoran-
dum for the Secretary-General
that held that a government in
title of Assistant Secre- staffed by over 400 people of 43
^"rtSJ? ofnUepubhcJe^ counsel. In that capacity he ac7Uai"p"ower"'(Fn "this case the
DtP- X ong ago how' I 53? room" to cover and record ^'V* appr,',fd f .VN ^W acts as one of Lie's chief advisers^ Communist) should be recogniZc-d
1 a 45-year-old ex-New Deal Hence, there are few big, tough by thc UN as the representative
lawyer named Abraham H. Feller I issues that Feller hasn't an active
try
Ions
f'rrTus\ Ben Cohen deliberatej every item of UN news, both at
out to spend a lunch i Lake Success and wherever else
r,od with a total stranger, with
khom he hud nothing of a busi-
ness nature to discuss.
It i-appined because Cohen's
PcrtUu v. as she frequently does
Cade th, luncheon appointment
Elth a man who said he had
irgent business to talk over with
niamin Cohen." It turned
I'ut as it frequently does, that
fee important personage
0't of things to talk ov
Benjamin V. Cohen of the United
delegation, '
had a
over with
but
meetings are held, for the bene-
fit of the world's press, which
couldn't possibly cover all this
news on its own. It prepares radio
broadcasts that go out to every
area of the globe in 22 to 30
languages. It cuts records in a
constant stream for distribution
the world over. It produces
newsreels and documentaries,
both radio and film, composes and
distributes film-strips, publishes
a weekly newspaper in three
had languages -and countless pamph-
plays a central role in the doings part in. There was Berlin, for
(Continued on Page 62)
heard"oT Benjamin i lets, digests and full-length 11
' volumes and operates UN in-1
formation centers in more than
a dozen countries.
Chile Ben Cohen, both of whose I
parents stemmed from refugee' |
families driven by persecution j
from Lithuania and Poland and |
who became in turn a linguist, i
journalist, professor and one of
Chile's top diplomats, was the'
organizer and builder of this huge i
public information machine, hav-
ing been called to do the job
never < ven
\ Cohen of the UN secretariat,
a publicist, however, the As-
kitant Secretary-General must
[ddIv the utmost diplomatic
fcchniques with VIPs, so he
Iraciouslv went through with the
lunch date in the absence of Ben-
lamin V.
The two Cohens, who are con-
Ltantlv tripping over each other's
lect in this manner, are perhaps
the best known of the Jewish
personalities who labor, either as
Relegate! as secretariat of-
ficials, for the cause of world
peace with the United Nations.
Besides the boss of Public In-
formation, four departmental di-
visions of the UN secretariat are
headed by Jews Two UN delega-
tions are headed by Jewish dip-
Bomats, Poland's and of course
Israel's.
Smiling "Chile Ben'' Cohen has
I easily the most frenetic assign-
ent He has earned the designa-
\iwn "Chile Ben" on the reason-
fable ground that he comes from
[ Chile and it conveniently dis-
ttpguishes ..im from the United
ISatc.-' Benjamin V. A large.
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I feel in myself the future life. I am like a forest
once cut down; the new shoots are stronger and
livelier than ever. I am rising, I know, toward the
sky. The sunshine is on my head. The earth gives
me its generous sap, but heaven lights me with the
reflection of unknown worlds.
You say the soul is nothing but the resultant
of the bodily powers. Why, then, is my soul more
luminous when my bodily powers begin to fail-
Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my
heart. I breathe at this hour the fragrance of the
lilacs, the violets and the roses, as at twenty years.
The nearer I approach the end the plainer I hear
around me the immortal symphonies of the worlds
which invite me. It is marvelous yet simple. It is a
fairy tale, and it is history.
For half a century I have been writing my
thoughts in prose and in verse, history, philosophy,
drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode and song; I
have tried it all. But I feel I have not said the
thousandth part of what is in me. When I go down
to the grave I can say like many others, "I have
finished my day's work." but I can not say, "I have
finished my life." My day's work will begin again
the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it
is a thoroughfare. It closes on the twilight, it opens
on the dawn.
Victor Hugo
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To those who lear the future. ~e offer the Jewish principle
of "Hash'oras Hanefesh" Immortality.
To the entire Jewish Community the management of
MOUNT NEBO extends its Best Wishes for a Happy. Healthy
and Prosperous New Year.
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PAGE FIFTY
yJenisti ncridKan
FRIDAY, SEPTf-me^
5710 The Year Of Deliverance
Bv MOSES A. LEAVITT
Executive Vice Chairman. Joint Distribution Committee
One year ago. on Rosh Hashona
5710. an unusual event took plaee
in the windswept desert airport
outside Aden City, on the Gulf
ol Aden.
Here, at a time when the great
majority of Jews the world over
were gathered at prayer in
synagogues, nearly 500 Jews
. tnbered aboard waiting giant
Skymaster plans. The Jews were
Yl meniti and they were travel-
i on the High Holiday to Israel.
1,600 air miles to the northwest,
via the Joint Distribution
Committee's "Operation Magic
Carpet."
It was a matter of life and death
that these, and nearly 10.000 other
Yemenite Jews then waiting in
nearby Hashid camp, be moved.
Accordingly the Chief Rabbi of
Israel had given a special dis-
nsation for these extremely
dox Jews to journey on holi-
days and the Sabbath also.
Thus, the dawn of the yea:
5710 found JDC engaged in one
of the most spi ctacular operations
And now the year 5711 also be-
gins with JDC engaged in still
another impressive airliftone
I it promises for size to outdo
even the air exodus of the Jews
of Yemen. Under arrangements
which were concluded by the
JDC. the same planes which
carried the Jews from Yemen are
evacuating Jews from Iraq
members of another community
whose beginnings go back to
biblical times.
As this is being writtenin
July-----the airlift from Iraq
is settling down after a difficult
start to a smoothly running op-
. n In all, there have been
Som< 43 fl ghts from Baghdad and
other l sin e late May, bear-
ing 4.600 passengers.
The airlift from Aden, which
reached its peak during the High
Holidays last September, brought
more than 45,000 Jews to Israel
II all goes well, the air exodus
lrom Iraq will bring 5.0.000 or
more Jews to the new state.
. to be brought out
must 11 helped to g bei
: hi. 1951, for by decree of
the Iraqi Parliament, Jews will
not bt le to leave the country
after that date.
In the final scene, both airlifts
wen madi p ssible by the Jews
of the United States, who supply
the JDC with its principal funds
through their contributions to the
United'Jewish Appeal.
Imagine the feeling of those
nite Jews who arrived in
the Promised Land on Rosh
Hashona itself, by a machine
which bore them through the air
over desert, mountain and sea.
To these people, members of a
group cut off from the main body
of Jewry for 2,000 years, then
long-prayed-for return to the
Holy Land must have seemed a
miracle of deliverance. Or imag-
ine the sense of wonderful joy
which must fill the heart of the
Jew who has left Iraq, where
each passing month has increased
his fears for his personal safety
and for the future of himself and
his loved ones.
More than any other quality it
is this element of the wonderful
and unbelievable coming to pass,
which distinguished the year 5710
for literally hundreds of thous-
ands of Jews overseas.
In dozens of distressed areas
through the world. JDC was able
to bring to bear funds, know-how
and the instruments of modern
civilization in such a way that
to those who benefited by this
activity it was as if they had been
snatched from certain distinction.
For the Yemenites fleeing a'
primitive, medieval country to
their own modern land, the in-
strument of rescue was the
modern airplane.
But equally dramatic rescues
were carried out by the thousands
through the instrument of the
lowly, but sterilized, feeding
bottle.
Certainly, the advent of a feed-
ing bottle in an American city is
not a matte; calculated to arouse
much excitement. But the story
is different in nearly a score of
Jew ish communities, most of them
indescribable ghettos, which cen-
ter in Arab lands in North Africa
and the Near East.
In these areas, in the vear 5710.
I the JDC was able to complete
the expansion of its medical
; clinics and baby centers from a
handful, to 54. These institutions
served an average of 41,000 chil-
dren monthly.
What did this expansion mean
in practical terms in the lives of
Jews dwelling in such cities as
Tunis. Tripoli. Teheran? It signi-
fied that, for the first time in
hundreds of years a Jewish baby
born in one of these centers had
a decent chance to survive his
first year. Now he was not faced
with the almost certain prospect
of being stricken by the diarrheal,
diseases which take such an ap- |
palling toll of the newborn in |
these areas.
For example, eight milk dis-
pensaries were set up in the city
of Tunis and other cities of
Tunisia. The late Nathan Strauss,
one of the great Jewish Ameri-
cans of our time, would have
recognized these centers. In a
way they were adaptations of his
Milk Stations, which he estab-
lished near the turn of the cen-
tury to benefit newcomers to the
United States. Strauss's action
was designed to make pasteurized
healthy milk available to the '
babies of those without means.
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*Jewi$ti nprkJian
which intelligently discusses the
philosophy and ideology that has
motivated the movement.
Books on music and literature
published this year include Peter
rael," by Arthur Ruppin, is a new
edition of essays originally pub-
lished in 1936" They deal with
the difficulties encountered by
(Continued on Page 59)
The Year in Literature
By HAROLD EIDLIN | state. A new edition of Harry
Emerson Fosdick's "Pilgrimage to
From last Rosh Hashona to this controversial book deals with the Palestine" brings up to date the
one. almost 200 books haev been poitical. social and religious fac- observations made 20 years ago on
published in the United States tors that combined to establish tne economjc, political, social and
nn subjects ranging from Zionism the new State of Israel. religious conditions in the Holy
and Israel to American Jewish Most of this year's crop are j Land. Joseph Heller's "The Zion-
juvenile literature. And although either openly friendly to Israel. ist idea" js a strictlv Zionism book
thi 1949-1950 crop of volumes of or else coldlv and dispassionately
Jewish interest is admittedly a objective. But the few exceptions
bumper one. were it not for a are "virulent." Among these is
number of non-Jewish authors Professor Millar Burrows' "Pal-
thi.-' would not be so. estine is Our Business." This
Th. tremendous job of compil- openly anti-Zionist book, written Grandenwitz's "The Musicof Is-
ing these books into what is by a Christian theologian, holds rae] This comprehensive and
ally regarded as the most that Palestine is of primary con- thorough survey of Jewish music
complete bibliography on Amei i- tern of the Christian world and coverg 5.000 years Seymour Sil-
can-Jewish literature in the must not be left solely in the bermintz's contribution to this
country, has cure again this year hands of the Jews. Another non- year's crop of books is his "Songs
dune by the Jewish Book Jewish author who has written an J)f israei a collection of almost
ncil of America. In its Jewish anti-Zionist book is Mrs. Willie 200 of the more recent popular
Book Annual scheduled to appear Snow Ethndge. the wife of Mark rsraeij songs. complete with
nonth. the Council has en- Ethridge. newspaper publisher m,,'lodv amj ]'jne, 'Building Is-
ted the services .>!' some of the and former American member of
outstanding authorities in the na- the1 UN Palestine Commission.
tion >n American-Jewish liters- Her "Going to Jerusalem" is a
The sections with which we humorous, subtly written trav-
mainly concerned deal with eloguewhichisdisarmingbecau.se Palestine's earlv settlers and de-
American books on Israel and of the author's implied friendship velopers
Zionism, American Jewish non- tor Israel.
fiction books. American Jewish The production of picture books
lile books and American has diminished during the past
Jewish fiction. year. Two notable exceptions are
The section on American books Anna Riwkin-Brick's "Palestine."
on Zionism and Israel is perhaps a collection of beautiful photog-
the most significant; significant raphs by the noted Swedish
use of the comparatively photographer, and the Irwin
large number of volumes turned Shaw-Robert Capa book. "Report
out on the subject. In all. 26 op Israel." which combines
bouks were published in the Shaw's vivid essays with Capa's
United States, a good number less newest and best pictures.
than the previous year, but still The history of Israel and Zion-
,i large representation, During ism is well represented this year
i 1*49-1949. when the daring ex- by four outstanding works. Jere-
il the Haganeh were cap- miac Ben-Jacob's "The Rose of
, the imagination of Ameri- Israel" is a quick review of
i ins ..nd when the problem of Zionism and an appraisal of Is-
Palestine confronted a worried rael as a fulfillment of the move-
; Nations, it was natural to ment. Joseph Dunner's "The Re-
expect a meat output of books on public of Israel" is a detailed
the subject By now, it might account of the developments lead-
inably have ben thought that ing up to the establishment of
publishers would be a bit Israel, plus an analysis of the
wary, fearful that the market bad government structure of the new
xpended. But such was not------------------------------------------------

Carl Alpert, d ei tor of the
Zionist Organization of America's
education department, who has
l< .; for the Jewish Book
Annual the section on Zionism
and Israel, concludes that there
ij ithei been ,i delayed reaction
:n the writing and printing of
books, all inspired by the
: two years . pub: till have confidence
in the salability of the subject. _
Despite the large number of
few of them are of the
stun that classii ..re made.
Neither can most of these vol-
umes be looked upon as outstand-
ing commercial successes. The
one exception, Mr Alpert points
out. is Arthur Koestler's "Promise
and Fulfillment." This sometimes
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rjewisii Meridian
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
. A Critical Period -
DR. SAMUEL BELKIN
(President of Yeshiva University)
and liberal spiritour late and
beloved President Franklin De-
lano Roosevelt.
If we are to discharge our task
, most critical period in no use crying over spilt milk,"i we are '" discharge our task
v a time when a "I am nt y brother's keeper," ; well in re-educating the European
nan history, j and so on A natjon is not truly world, we must also, at the same
ritual and moral blackout has .
Lfed the entire world. We
fsl remember that victory of
. without victory of ideas
,ld make the glonoi
hment on the
time, put our own house in order.
We are living in age of specializa-
tion and our system of education
truly
to a better life if it
denies the responsibility for its
former actions and expresses its
aim at forgetting its past, because : IS 'educed to the training of men
. it brings back painful memories. fr certain professions. The col-
i" hittlefield fade Forgetfulness is the philosophy of le8c graduate and scholar now-!
for our I a drunkard, not of a society ; adays. are primarily interested in
t, inS1-" ,uose wno fight I which endeavors to remake itself. the"' particular fields of study.
falies are '" ., f man-s Our sages say that a nation can ; either for the sake of their cloist-
s and civilization 'be reborn only by repentance ered intellectual pursuit of which
ellectiuil u"P"n-- d {ascist cannot be created by simply IS primarily responsible for the
., t ,iu- l>'^ by an letting people loose on a new preservation of our inherited cul-
rit'"A "j Vhoi' mentality environment. People who have ture in its totality, and as the
,asinn oi ni libraries are violated the moral law must go moral and spiritual champion of
1 '"" '"" i',',ned ur galleries through an inner spiritual cleans-' our civilization. He no longer
lon6el hh >H and the Nazi ing. and only then will they be confesses the duty to defend the
[ongei ,.n.Hu con_ : able to aspire to become members accumulated treasures of learning
F? m.kine of grave-'of a society which is governed n)r admits the responsibility for
":d f,n cent people and by the rule of moral excellency, the survival of the most vital
Ocularly"EFX owrf unfor- spiritual authority, _and. Intel- faiences
nati' Dieti
whose values were
, longer exists" i fectua7"nonest*y7 The fact that "the ^f^_b_y Mst0:^:_"e^ ^.-"J"
are defeated peoples of Europe con- standing American poets recently
lUSSSSSam question as | sider themselvesirresponsible^or | charactenzed^our rncWern scholars
5; the beastly actions of their erimi- as "The Irresponsibles."
^ ',' Ja guldepost nal leaders whom they have so. u Furthermore, our modern age
The road to anew worTd? What greatly admired, not very long has placed a new meaning to the
In gerve a i barometer of the
orld's acceptance of the moral
ilues of our democracy, and
ritual inspiration of our divine
LdMions How shall we know
Vat the world is mentally pre-
Ired to be re-educated, and that
le environment is ready to build
[new world.
|The mos: disturbing element in
Lrope today, is that we have, so
lr not heard from the defeated
boples: a collective acknowledge-
ment of the moral sense of guilt
lr the criminal offenses that
have committed.
ago, is the best evidence that
the ancient world is not ready
for democracy, for the essential
meaning of democracy is that
citizens accept the responsibility
for their national deeds, and mis-
deedsand as President Wilson
once said, every citizen is an
endorser of the general national
obligations. The first step in re-
educating the European world
must consist in making each man
conscious that he is morally re-
sponsible for the unspeakable
indecencies which the fascist
states have committed.
When nations will realize that
keir nations
he responsibility is constantly
lifted to the leaders and parti- the extent of territory does not
larlv those leaders who are no imply national greatness, and that
tmger among the living. True, the brutal enslavement of other
t,me individuals have expressed peoples does not constitute a
bcontent with the things that master race, but will strive to
Liv taken place, but we have enlarge the boundaries of the
Jo! heard a collective or an in- spiritual realm, and the moral,
Ijvidual echo of self-condemna- responsibilities of every citizen, |
" only then will war cease and
peace will reign supreme on earth.!
This indeed was the dream and
disturbing "phrMesT Tfcere is vision of the great humanitarian
(Continued on Page 61)
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
JACK HIRSCH
and son
SELIG
ftn for the immoral and criminal
b which the fascists nations
t. imitted. We rather hear
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*JewisJtncrscMau7
SSSLlglEMBERi
Can the Arabs Stay In'Israel?
By JON KIMCHE
As you enter the Arab-owned
hotel in Nazareth, you come face
to face with a large portait of
Theodor Herzl, the founder of
Zionism. Shops, bars and the
homes of Arab notables are simi-
larly decorated. There are proba-
bly more portraits and paintings
of Herzl on view in Arab
Nazareth than throughout Jewish
Israel. Yet increasingly, insistent-
ly the more farsighted owners of
these portraits are asking"Can
we stay on in Israel?"
The problem is further com-
plicated by religious differentia-
tions which overlap into active
politics. The Arab population is
broadly divided into four main
n ligii us groupings: 17.000 follow
the Church of Rome: 20.000
iw the Eastern Orthodox
Church: 110.000 are Moslems: and
16.000 are members of the Druze
But the Greek head of the
Orthodox Eastern Church, the
himandrite Michael, is not
recognized by his Arab congrega-
ns They have chosen a com-
danian priest, one Gerious Khouri,
as the recognized head of the
Eastern Chun h in Nazareth.
This move has a peculiar
significance. For 90 percent of
the supporters of the Communists
in Nazareth are drawn from the
Orthodox Church: only an in-
significant proportion are Mos-
lems. On a Sunday, the Orthodox
Community held .< special service
in the Church of Annunciation
in Nazareth in support of the
Communist Peace Petition at
which Gerious Khouri officiated.
On the side, subtle religious
ssure of ano\her kind is exer-
cised on the Moslems. In June.
Damascus Radio denounced the
Kadi of Nazareth, the head of the
Moslem community, as a traitor
and fifth columnist, and called
on all faithful Moslems to boycott
prayers at which the Kadi, faher
Tabari. was present. His crime
that he had given a lecture
. r. the previous day on the F
. Riir.adan and had in its cou.
: il< I I denounce Israel.
furthei un-
I the A el by
I: also made the
Israeli still more sus-
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a weapen to deal effectively with
either discontent or disaffection
spread efficiently through the
Mosques and by the Communists.
Attempts have been made to
counter these influences with the
encouragement of the Israeli au-
thorities. First, a kind of Arab
branch of the Histadrut was
opened in Nazareth under the title
of League of Palestine Workers.
So far it has made little inroads
on Communist influence and has
ordinarily no decisive impart on
the Arab workers generally.
Then Mohammed Nimri Haw-
wari. one-time founder of the
Arab nationalist "Nejada." ap-
peared on the scene with an
impressively progressive program
and goodwill from the Israel gov-
ernment, but with no following.
He has been endeavoring to or-
ganize ., party in Nazareth which
would counter both the Con-
servatives and the Communists
but he has mad little progress.
He claims that the government
has not carried out the promises
it made to him and he is pre-
pared to abandon the experiment
unless the Israel authorities sup-,
port him more energetically.
In Nazareth the white walls are
painted with Arabic slogans, "Get
out you traitor, Hawwari!" As
seen in Nazareth the chances of
I the firebrand Jaffa lawyer be-
coming the Ataturk ot the Israel
Arabs appear rather dim. The
trouble is clearly the fundamental
lack of understanding between
the Jewish majority and the Arab
minority. They come from dif-
ferent civilizations and they speak
ditferent languages even when
they both speak Arabic or He-
brew.
The Jews say that the Arabs
receive the treatment of a privi-
leged group, pampered rather
than disrriminatecTagainst. Arabs
have so far paid no income tax;
the entire cost of Arab education,
health and social welfare has
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come from the Jewish taxpayer.
| The Arabs do not have to serve
two years national service in the
army and in agriculture.
The Arabs in turn complain
j that they suffer from discrimina-
: tion. that they are made to feel
as second class citizens, that the
better pay is largely cancelled
out by inflationary prices and
tbat trje Israeli failure to collect
income tax was due to adminis-
trative laxity and not to the gov-
ernment's liberal generosity.
But all these petty charges and
counter-charges fade before the
ominous simplicity of the basic
problem: Can Israel accept its
Arab citizens as equals in every
way? At present Israel and the
Israeli Arabs are getting the
worst of both worlds 1
nomic betterment 0f' ?
Arab and the avkwala of vh '
act as a constant Jffi^
Policy toward uVrah'
ant o--------. ID mino
I
(Continued^ Page j,
Mr. and Mrs
JULIUS DAMENS1.
and Daughter
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOL
THE NEW YEAR To aJ
\
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ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE
Best Wishes For
A Happy New Year
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!^y SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
vJewistncffdHar)
m^^^^^
Rosh Hashona Its Meaning
festivals and special when all living things pass before noble deeds of the patriarchs and
^"dedication have been ob- 1 God like sheep before a shepherd, I to forgive the Jewish peopl
U by Hi' Jewish people since I
To every genera-
^"fh^brew "festivalsI and
brought beauty,
Er and hope. To Jews in every
*f holidays have served
reminders of great per-
r-e on
to stand in judgment for their There is a three-fold ideal as-
deeds of the past yea:-. sociated with the observance of
The Jewish New Year stands Hosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 9-4008
i
out in definite contrast to the
as non-Jewish New Year. Rosh rvRe^l 1yor and.Ch?i'-
Hashona is observed without ", Thlf ls emPha.s.zed in the
fcSs!!.ndn"v??fin 'the 4^00 fanfare and. ostentation, hi.arity "SSSSlf^^SSSSSiS^tS^
wish history, as sym- or intoxication of the senses. It Rj^S? til!1* f??*?1* *5H
,,no bonds uniting of reckoning. It is a day of judg-
|th and I ___~ ...i...- ^ *__u:_ i___
Mrerasi5iS!%LWi5^ idoaithc-ho,y
of repentance is rather
Jews.
II j< doubtful
whether
people could have sur
wn so devote
Thus, we
ment when | Maker. fJJS.ififa"i fopentanoe is more
than a reconciliation with God.
^ne The reckoning or stock taking is
. not in material acquisitions but
'_.".....; r.f nr- in terms of spiritual achieve-
I ments.
,v not been'so devoted to their
Civals and customs.
P ,, Ie series of special
ted to the ide-als
'^Jewish heritage. Achad
The Jewish sages have taught a
deeper meaning to repentance.
They declare that peace with God
requires that peace must first be
made with one's fellow man. Ac-
cording to the rabbis, God for-
gives only those sins which have
been committed against Him. He
does not forgive wrongs com-
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southern Nursing & Placement Service
226 W. FLAGLER STREET
.
Oddly enough, the Bible does
not refer to the Jewish New Year
by the accepted Hebrew name,
Rosh Hashona. This name was
given to the observance in the
, ('("philosopher of'Talmud. Actually the first month mjUed! against one's "fellow"mart
U,-n / n-m. said that "more I according to the Bible was Nisan, untii sucn forgiveness is first
/ ... ,'. Kept the Sabbath, I because it marked the liberation asked and obtained from the per-
il" ath which has kept; of the Hebrews from Egypt. In son so wronged.
VA"'i r bought as applied; the Bible, the month of Tishrai Tne High Holiday prayers are
[MipS-ibbath might well include was the seventh month, but inas- for the most part in the plural.
u-hnle i nge of Jewish ob- much as this was the month which | Tne prayers are for the communi-
"'.'' year round. The ushered in the year of Jubilee
Cinline observance was the (which occurred every fifty
I ; t which helped years), it was chosen to com-
L Jew- Pl remain alive mence the Hebrew calendar.
Kile theii persecutors over the; The Jewish New Year is known
l'tu. i from the stage; by four names, two of them
Biblical and two liturgical. The
The Miami Beach Zionist District
EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR.
ty of mankind, not for the indivi-
(Continued on Page 57

iving of the Ten Blowing (the Shofar). Later in
and brings back Jewish history the name Yom
he agricultural life Hadin. the Day of Judgment,
anuka recalling deeds and to receive the promise
' revolt of the of mercy as a result of sincere
: | Hellenic op- penitence. The name Yom Hazi-
[ retells the story koron, the Day of Memorial, as-
I ; rts to destory sumed an important place in the
' been an eternal high holiday liturgy for in the
" his successors petitions of those days worship-
| s, up through pers asked God to remember the f
.'. history, that _
...1 People. And
CANTOR and MRS.
MAURICE MAMCHES
TAMRA ELAINE,
WILLIAM, VALERIE
8c JANECE
Wish for All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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C. A. MacDONALD
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m
o while celebrating their holi-
Jayg Jews > I every age have felt
i selves l:nks in the long
lhain of Jewish Ziistory.
Sow. while (lie various holi-
days, festivals and fast days com-
pemorate historic events, Rosh
Hebrew New Year,
5 Kippur, the Day of
femement, are purely religious
Ku-. voted to prayer and
pious thought, when all men and
nations pass before God.
pence. R sh Hashona and Yom
lippur an known as the "Yamin
(loraini" The Days of Awe."
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Customers A Very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GuilforiTs
Poultry Market
101 N. W. 8th Street
Judge and Mrs.
William 1- Pallot
and Family
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
Happiness. Joy and Prosperity
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AND TO ALL JEWRY
m
EXTEND BEST WISHES
for the
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 2-0707
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T
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lilt. & MRS. DAY III *J. Sill LI >
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Manufacturers of
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER?
1950

BRINGING AERONAUTICS TO ISRAEL
By MEYER KLONSKY
T.-.o internationally famous
nautical experts, one a Bri-
tish-Jewish scientist, the other,
an American-Jewish savant, are
now joining forces to aid in the
establishment of a new aero-
" hauflcal engineering department
at The Haifa Technion.
The American is Dr. Theodore
von Karman. 10-year-old former
n .*.ssr of Aeronautics and di-
^H ilcrtiWs Laboratory at the Cali-
fornia. Institute of Technlogy. Dr.
von Karman, a refugee from
Hitler's expanding empire, ar-
i in the country in 1930. He
;erve in an advisory capacity
to the Technion's faculty board.
H:s British collwgue, brilliant.
'"- ear-old areodynamicist. Dr.
ley Goldstein, served until
ently as chairman of the
Bij'..-h Aeronautical Research
icil and as Professor of Ap-
Mathematics at the Man-
ter University.
N >w in the United States to
lecture at the University of Mich-
California Institute of
Technology. Maryland Institute
of Fluid Mechanics and other
\g American institutions. Dr.
G jstein will depart after Rosh
Hashona to take up residence
1 in Israel where he will assume
: his duties as Professor of Applied
Mathematisc at the Technion, and
1 in the capacity of Dean, plan,
j build and staff the new Aero-
nautics Department.
A Fellow of the British Royal
i Society, Dr. Goldstein has been
honored by many nations. In
1947 he delivered, the Wright
Brothers lecture here. A class-
mate of Israeli Consul General
Arthur Lourie at Cambridge Uni-
versity, Dr. Goldstein received
the Israeli diplomat's public
tribute at a meeting sponsored
by the American Technion Socie-
ty (June 22. 1950 at the Astor
Hotel). Mr. Lourie credited him
with influencing him in the di-
rection of the Zionist movement.
The new Aeronautics Depart-
ment, roundjng out the Tech-
nion's five other branches for
civil. mechanical. electrical,
chemical engineering and archi-
tecture, which in addition to the
Haifa Institute's Junior College
known as the Technical High
School, and the Nautical School,
have brought it the appellation.
the "MIT. West Point and Anna-
polis of Israel." will be built with
the active sponsorship of the
I government of Israel on an
auxiliary campus being provided
by the new state on the outskirts
1 of Haifa. It is expected that other
! Technion departments in need of
| expansion will also be re-located
there. The government will pro-
vide half of the $1,500,000 budget
' needed for the Aeronautics cen-
; ter. The American Technion So-
ciety is expected to raise the
additional {pnds required.
Dr. von Karman, a native of
Hungary, has been an adviser of
governments and scientific insti-
tutions located in various parts of
the world. They have showered
him with honors. From 1926-29
he served as a visiting professor
successively in the United States,
Japan, China and India. Since
1944 he has been chairman of the
Advisory Board to the Command-
ing General of the U.S. Army
(Continued on Page 58)
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
are herewith extended to our
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
the Spiritual Leader, Rabbi Ever and his famil
Officers, Directors, Members and Ladies Auxilia
As well as to all our friends in Greater Miami Y
* *
May this year bring the realization of all our hopes
Complete redemption to our people and a
solution to afflicted humanity.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
SHAW BROS.
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
The Officers and Members of the
Hialeah-Mlami Springs
Jewish Community Center
Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YFAd
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
BEN J. ENGLANDER
927 Lincoln Road
INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone 5812
TM I
MIRACLE WEDGE
Overhead Door Company of Miami, Inc.
Miami 38, Florida
SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION
7111 Biscayne Blvd. Telephone 78-5513
---.-
Dr. Sydney Goldstein (left), British aeronautical expert, is
greeted upon his arrival in the United States by Col. J. R. Elyachar.
president of the American Technion Society. This fall. Dr. Gold-
sie:n will depart for Israel to assume duties as dean of the new
Aeronautics Department at the Haifa Technion.
OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CAFETERIA
and their employees
join in
. wishing their many patrons
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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III
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS
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Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
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A Special Wish for a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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Managing Director
IRVING WEINBERG
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Miami Beach
GREETINGS
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Phone 4-0371
EXTENDING
OUR BEST WISHES
FOR A
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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Mi c ^ ^ : ~f ( I
HAPPY SEW YEAR
To Our Many
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^pmAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
Rosh Hashona Its Meaning
+JmisMtoorMton
(Continued from Page 55)
dual. They are usually "we;"
seldom "I." I" these prayers of a
universal note, the Jew prays for
a better world, for the rule of
justice and for the destruction not
of tht wicked, but rather, of
wickedness. The rabbis have stip-
ulated that "if one prays for
happi'i' .-s in the year to come, he
must be prepared to give that for
which he prays."
The Jewish ideal of "charity"
is expressed in the Hebrew by
the word Tz'dakah." It has a
higher meaning than mere char-
ity. It is charity with justice;
there is no giver and receiver;
both are equal.
Rosh Hashona emphasizes the
recognition of God as King of the
universe This phase of the ob-
servance is reflected not only in
the prayers of the day, but in
several of the ceremonials. The
Shofar or Ram's Horn is sounded
to arous< the people to repent-
ance, : (minding them that the
Kingdom of God can be realized
in the hearts of men and in their
persona! lives. The Shofar is a
unique mstrument. Its tones re-
call the Akedah, the Binding of
Isaac. It thus becomes a lesson
to point to the sacrifices of Israel
through the ages and the con-
( ilness of all Jews
if ices for God and
i Shofar also recalls the
Revelation at Mt. Sinai which
traditii was made to the
Shofar. Its mystical
sounds an a clarion call giving
Jew.- for the coming of the
a more perfect life
for ali
The spci ial prayer book for the
i lays is called a "Mach-
i for it contains the
the festivals which
cycle of the Jewish
calen I Machzor contains
most beautiful pray-
nd litanies in the
mankind. Most of
a ritten by rabbis,
losophers of the
a Spain, prance,
Gern England. They re-
call ogi of Israel, espe-
cially durMg the countless per-
secutions and massacres in those
countries during the periods of
the Crusade*, the Inquisition, the
Black D. ath and other high points
k medii .1 Jewish history. But
fa all mtances; Jews remained
jyal to th< heritage of their faith.
Then is, for example, the
famous Unesaneh Tokef," at-
tributed to Rabbi Amnon of
IMayence, who met a martyr's
death b. i a use he refused to give
up his faith. Among the many
litanies ol Yom Kippur is "Om-
nam Cone" written by Rabbi
Yom Tov of York. England, who
gained the martyr's crown in
Clifford Castle soon after the
of Richard the Lion-
hearted Jewish history reralls
tragic massacre which
took place on Shabbat Hagadol,
MlrcShl6an80befOre PaSSVer' "
e JeMfs of the realm had
". ,a, delegation bearing gifts
and tokens of their loyalty to
Richard As the Jewish delegation
approached the royal Sate
rumors soon spread among the
populace that the Jews were seek!
I"! '? haT the kin" II did not
take long for attacks to begin on
ie.Wuh,PPu|at'on. The latter
sought shelter in Clifford Castle,
bnort of rations, they knew that
surrender meant baptism or
death by torture. They decided
to outwit the populace outside
the walls. It was decided that the
head of each household would
slaughter the members of his
family as well as himself rather
than submit. Their lay leader,
Joseph, cut the throats of his
wife and two children, then he
was slaughtered by Rabbi Yom
Tov who in turn used the knife
upon himself.
Jews today need think of the
soul-stirring tragedy enacted at
Yorkonly one among countless
similar incidents, including the
destruction of 6.000.000 Jews dur-
ing the Hitler holocaustto com-
prehend the lines of Judah Leib
Gordon, the poet of modern He
brew literature:
We have sacrificed all. We have
given our wealth,
Our homes, our honor, our land,
our health.
Our liveslike Hannah her chil-
dren seven
For the sake of the Torah that
came from Heaven.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kip-
pur have impressive ieologies.
>hey are among the significant
instruments by means of which
Jews can find spiritual security.
They contribute to the sense of
belonging to an Eternal People.
It gives them that observe the
festivals with sincerity and
earnestness something of the con-
viction of fearlessness wijh which
Jews have sustained themselves
through the ages.
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
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A HAPPY HOLIDAY
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A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TO OUR MANY
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rader Knappen Tippetts Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
1615 duPont Building
Miami, Florida
Phone 9-4741
SEASON'S BEST GREETINGS
From
FEUER & EISENSTEIN
Realtors
"Personalized Service"
l o^? D Leo Eisenstein
23o Lincon Road phone 58-8665
Miami Beach, Florida
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Phones 3-3905 9-2825
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Miami. Florida
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Surfside, El Portal, North Miami. Miami Springs,
Miami Shores. Golden Beach, Biscayne Park, N. Miami Beach
Add man's Pipe
& Steel Co.
and
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| Charles Adelman
My < overman
AND FAMILIES
EXTEND TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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DAVIS IRON WORK. INC.
BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph.2-6030 1980-88 N. Miami Ave.
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Phone 4-9822
SALES AND SERVICE
640 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Peoples Water and Gas Company
1^1 Ell Ml \ in I L of the invaluable
contribution to the growth oi
thin community that has been pro-
rided by its Jewish eitizens and
residents, takes pleasure in
extending to all Jewrg
Sineere wishes lor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PEOPLES2^j^|pj^COJfPAlVY
MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE
3Hd

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PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT
+ k**ist> thrktian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 10^
BRINGING AERONAUTICS TO ISRAEL
(Continued from P
Air Forces.
He received his Ph. D. di
at the University of Goettingen
in 1909. was similarly honored
bv the IV. 3 'if Berlin and
Brussels in 1929 and L937. re-
in 1942 he eci vi d
sn LL.D. degrei from the Uni-
versity of California; in 194 < a
Docl irate <->.' Engineering from
1': inc< ton University; in 1948 an
Profi Me"
Engini e ing from Co-
lumbia University. Previously, in
1941. h< n ceived the An
I Mechanical I
Medal; in 1946 the U.S. g
ment'B Medal of Merit. From
1913-30 he directed the Aero-
nautical Institute of Aachen Uni-
versity1.
Dr. von Karman's interest in
Israel is of long standing. Last
the American Technion So-
ciety of which he is a spons H
announced that a special wind
tunnel, part of the projected
Aeronautics Department in Haifa.
would be named in his honor.
Recently Dr. von Ka.nnan was in-
vited to ma"*< recommend
concerning the establishment ol
international research labora-
j bv the Secretary-General
of the United Nations. He sug-
ted the stablishment of an
Can The Arabs Stay In Israel?
from Page 54)
in the
., tati to vor to
:. to their homes in Israel.
Ily if n
not m
only measure that would
lequate to stop this
tratioi
iel would b< a bold and
. hi led tion b; thi Israel
then is no
A v th n l
Bui pol
it I ol the

not.* it
tion unl
imcd their v

" '
I are l
- i ni :
legal

ii .....

lut in 1

it
to be gen< taki
i;i unty.

. and civil life.
or you put s< cut ity considerations
second and last, and abandon
the pretense that the Arabs in
Israel are either equals or wel-
come fellow citizens in Israel or
that they can be economically
integi.
In that case, it would be better
if the Arabs in Israel gradually
sold their property at the present
inflati and with their
handsome and convertible pro-
curity among their
. n in thi Arab states.
That is the issue befon Israel.
d by which her
of the Arab minority
easured is admittedly high
with the treatment
.- to the Mosll m or Hindu
i in Pakistan and India
:-t two years, the
lnt in Israel has been
lordly. But then the Jews
and asked for a higher
standard where' minoritii s are
concerned. And now that they are
t the j ving instead of the re-
\ ing end. the standard should
.. aintained. Either policy will
nderstood by the world and
d by the Arabs. But
the present confusion of
honest and generous intention
coupled with uncertain and half-
hearted execution. Which is it to
be?
international research center for
fluid and soil mechanics in Haifa.
His recommendation was sup-
ported by the International
Union of Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics.
Dr. Goldstein expects to have
students from the area extending
from Greece to India" attenoing
the Technion. He feels that the
entire project for an Aeronautical
Laboratory has defense implica-
tions but a strong defense for
Israel will allow the new state
to get on with "the important
and const: uctive details of peace.
Already, he points out. the air-
port at Lvdda is the biggest in
the Middle East. This air center
will continue to expand. The
Technion. Israel's only Institute
of Technology, by adding an
Aeronautical Lab. is taking on an
even bigger job than the one it
has now. that of supplying the
engineers and other technicians
to staff Israel's "biggest must." a
.1 diversified industry.
This industrial development is the
new state's "life-blood."
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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INSURANCE
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3169
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PHONE 4-S902
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Customers a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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In the Heart of
Downtown Miami
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
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279 East Flagler Street
PHONE 82-9323
Opp. Cor. Elks Club
MR. and MRS. PHILIP BALIN
of
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EXTEND SEASON'S
GREETINGS
TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS
SEASONS GREETINGS
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Phone 5-6407
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REAL ESTATE BROKER
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. I960
The Year In Literature
+Jmist>fkr**n
PAGE PIFTY-NINE
(Continued from Page 52) I
..,_,. ., ltne years outstanding scholarly
What bibliography would be I introductions to the studv of tho
complete without at least one col- .... "** MU lection of poems? Judah Stamp- J "
l,ir's Jerusalem Has Many Faces" | Reform Jewish thought was
excellently meets that require- treated in the book edited by
n^ont. The book has an introduc- Bernard Bamberger, "Reform
tion by Ludwig Lewisohn. Judaism," a collection of essays
One might now expect that the j Vi Union College alumni.
ich point in the publishing and | :!'? Morgenstern's "As A
.,;n of hooks on Zionism ,-mrl MiSMy Stream relates the nro-
writi
rights. Joseph Proskauer's "A
Segment of My Time" is the
intimate story of the eminent
lawyer and Jewish leader. David
Ewen's "Story of Irving Berlin"
tells the story of the son of the
cantor who grew up to be one of
America's favorite composers.
There were many, many other
books, far too numerous to men-
tion here. Each played a part in
reflecting what Rabbi Kiev has
called "the cultural vitality of
the Jewish community in the
United States." A book depicting
the rich cultural life of the now
vanished Jewish communities of
Eastern Europe was written by
Prof. Abraham Joshua Heshel.
KS?W^eJS? *The. volume "The Earth is The
iraelhas been reached. But ac- I Sress of Reform Judaism as tho
cording to Carl Alpert, who has' manUeslatlon of religious evolu-
already made a survey of the : m .
publishing houses, next year's T lne mft interesting studies of
expected to be another; wisn education were done by The volume "Th 'flWh TTmZ
ine past year had its disap-
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ic Mr. Alpert says "the publishers JLW>S" *"
apparently retain confidence in -
: as a topic."
In American-Jewish non-fiction ,
books we have the year's largest Ionjal ftajHTthe'^rein't was York' who "compiled* thta "sectton
nit In all some 129 volumes fascinatingly done by Abiahim
.erything from scholar- Katsh in his "Hebrew Language
v treatises to memoirs and letters Litm-atim an,i r-,,u... r'*"*iU,,M"
English translations of He- : ^SSJSHSH&S LeTrnl
i lassie have been produced.; jng
lion of the Jewish Book
(Continued on Page 63)
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of the Jewish Institute of Religion W&SXSt^JS&Z
and President of the Jew.sh Li-; is, to tho ma inl Xchtho
A-s:ol-'laUon- u (professional anti-Semite works"
Noticeable among this year's Among the best were Ruth Wein-
crop of books were the numerous I traub's "How Secure These
volumes on Jewish history and Rights" which tells of the activi-
sociology, some aspects of the ties of the Anti-Defamation
philosophy of Jewish education, League. Another book dealing
and numerous volumes on the with the work of the League was
growth of prejudice and anti- Arnold Forster's popular "A
Semitism. Measure of Freedom." a docu-
For the Bible student, this year mented report on the specific
there was the publication of the eares with which, the league came
volume of reproductions of the I ^ contact. Nathan Ackerman and
Manuscript and the Book of Maric Jahoda's "Anti-Semitism
Isaiah, and portions iof other ',anc* Emotional Disorders" is a
scrolls discovered near the Dead Psychoanalytic interpretation
Sea in 1947. | based on case histories of anti-
Semitic individuals. The techni-
ques of the professional agitators
are carefully gone into in Leo
Lowenthal's and Norbert Guter-
man's "Prophets of Deceit."
A glimpse into American-Jew-
ish life was interestingly depicted
in the autobiographical sketch of
the late Rabbi Stephen Wise
whose "Challenging Years" deftly
records 50 active years in the
American rabbinate as a Zionist'
leader and a fighter for civil'
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Morion S. Fagan
and Their Children
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Tlie best scholarly study devoted
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lor Kisch the Jewish Book Coun- '
eil's annual award for the best
work of non-fiction. Kisch
further distinguished himself by
navmp rnree other scholarly
treatises published during the
year.
Among the Hebrew classics
published in English translations
Maimonides' Code," "Pirke
Aboth" and "Passover Hagadah."
The ,-tudy of Yiddish was made
easier for Americans by the pub-
>n of Nathaniel Buchen-
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f, Imntoti flcridHain
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER a io^n
5740-The Year Of Deliverance
(Continued from Page 50)
JDC's milk stations in Tunisia
had the same purpose.
With pasteurizing equipment
brought in by .IDC. JDC-spon-
sored doctors and nurses set up
milk dispensing stations to which
Jewish mothers might bring their
babies. Each of the babies re-
ceived his own formula as he
required.
At the same time, the mothers
were taught something about the
elements of hygiene, in a land
where knowledge of n.
cleanliness and sanitary facilities
arf almost unknown.
With their own eyes, the
shalim," which may be translated
- as -Organization for the Care of
Handicapped Immigrants."
The JDC has provided $7,500.-
afflicted. such as trachoma and 000 to its initial *17-500-J^
tenia and for the remainder. $2,500,000
The results of this program was furnished by IRO and the
have been highly encouraging, rest by the Jewish Agency and
Manv of the/children whose cases Israel. JDC specialized personnel.
have been arrested have since too. has assisted in getting the
been declared eligible for enu- project underway in Israel, help-
gration to Israel. Others are well ing to establish and equip several
on the road to recovery new institutions and installations
This JDC-sponsored program is and setting up programs,
a bright island of hope in a sea This past spring.
of darkness of all who benefit
by it.
Many similar examples of
events or' achievements in the
year 5710 that were pivotal in the
aged persons drawn from the DP
camps became the first of some
5.000 handicapped persons to
leave Europe lor Israel under
Malben's auspices. Previously.
lives of Ihose Jews affected can Malben had begun to assist sev-
be offered. Jews have been flowing out of grants already in Israel, people
thers witnessed the miracle of Eastern Europe to Israel at a rate who had arrived at a time when
thatat the beginning of the year there was no assurance that the)
seemed out of tin- question, could receive the special welfare
During 5710 the governments of and medical care they required.
Poland and Rumania both have All told. Malben now has ap-
permitted fairly larg. scale de- pioximately some 3.000 persons
partures of Jews from their lands, under its
g their children growing fal
and healthy, instead of sickening
and dying
By alai is! any standard, this
I ip -ration Milk Bottle" in Tuni-
sia ami other areas has been a
success. Throughout Tunisia.
alone 5.000 child: en received JDC
teurized milk.
In Tripolitania, another opera-
tionthis time in behalf of older
children miraculously saved
lives as surely as "Operation
Magic Carpet."
This operation was directed
against another greater killer of
Jewish children in the Arab world
tuberculosis
In the United States, in practi-
cally any country of Europe. T.B.
is a disease which commands im-
mediate attention from health
authorities, and from all in a
tion to assist and to aid.
But-there are parts of the world
too manv of them, unfortunate-
In June alone, nearly ti.000 Jews
left Rumania with JDC aid. the
largest number to go from that
country in a single month since
the war's end Yet when the year
5710 began. Jewish emigration
from the two lands was at a
standstill, and most Jews had
given up hope of being able to
leave.
The passage by the United
States Congress of a revised and
liberalized DP Act. is another
event whih holds out the promise
of deliverance to possibly some
30.000 Jews of the 40.000 Jews yet
in DP areas.
And still another eventwhich
must have seemed a miracle of
deliverance to those it affected
care, and will have
before the year 5711 is
(Continued on Page 61)
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his prey almost unmolested. In prograrn designed to care for
Tripolitania. a JDC health in- y,ar^ COre" immigrants to Israel.
vestigatiori showed some 450 chil- Here, a special organization
dren in need of attention for known as Malben. sponsored by
various stages of T.B. tne j0jnt Distribution Committee
In Europe, since liberation. JDC together with the Jewish Agency
has put into operation, or main- and lhc government of Israel, be-
tained. a whole chain of T.B. gan t0 receive aged, sick and
sanatoria. Now. after several physically handicapped from the
years of successful work, many of Dp areas of Europe.
these establishments are being
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But In Tripolitania there was
no possibility of putting tuber-
ular children under full-time in-
stitutional care. For one thing
no sanatoria, or even
buildings available which might
be turned into sanatoria.
A visit by an expert on tuber-
ed to JDC's health
nl in Pai is. brought the
adoption if an alternative plan.
In i n with local gov-
ernment authorities all the chil-
dren requiring special T.B. care
brought daily to a singli.
special school. Here, they began a
daytime, program intended to set
n on the way to recovery.
Student patients received
proper food3.000 calories daily
in contrast to the 1.000 calories
they starved on in their poverty-
stricken homes. They learned
their lessons reclining in the open.
in deck chairs, and they enjoyed
frequent naps and rest periods.
I were treated daily, as re-
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other ills with which they were
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+zMmlsti florid ton
A CRITICAL PERIOD
PAGE SIXTY-ONE
(Continued from Page 53)
concept of human responsibilities.
In our learned books and period-
icals, of the humanities, we no
longer hear of religious, spiritual
and moral duties but rather of
our social responsibilities, and a
great educator recently remarked,
"Current educational literature,
so called, emphasizes that man is
to be "understood', 'cooperated
with.' Planned for,' 'correlated,*
Integrated.' G-d is replaced by i
sociological data-in the place of.
love of G-d, we have social re-
sponsibility. The whole educa- |
tional becomes applied sociology |
of a particularly superficial and
banal kind." In our ultra-modern
system of education, man is no
rndowed with the divine :
spark of G-d and who is, there- :
fore, al I i control his environ-
ment, but a mechanism which is
controlled by his environment.
More iver, we are now witnessing i
dangerous trends within
our own Jewish ranks. Some
pe iple who become imbued with
our mod(-rn pseudo-system of ed-
ucation have begun to interpret
the tenets of Judaism to the Jew-
ish masses not as a continuous
expression of the divine word of
u-d, not even in terms of par-
ticular providence, not in the
sense of the unity of G-d, Israel
and the Torah, not in the eternal
belief of Israel, that by the ob-
servance of the commandments
we obey the word of G-d but
Judaism as an expression of our
ethnological and sociological re-
sponsibility. Judaism becomes:
merely a secular civilization, and [
all the discredited pseudo-
scientific theories of man and his t
duties replace the ideology of our (
divine heritage.
We must not be mislead by the
so-called "New Doctrines," and
"new thoughts" which are, in
reality, intellectual and religious
poison. It is your sacred duty to
defy some of the current trends.
We must remember that we were ,
educated in the spirit of the
divine and immortal traditions of
Israel. Man is not a bundle of
reflexes which reacts when the
proper stimulus is applied, nor a
speck of dust on a wandering!
planet. Man is the spiritual and
5710-The Year Of Deliverance
(Continued from Page 60)
ended It- very existence is a
symbol ol a brighter future to
handicapped Jews still re-
maining in hated Germany, and
other DP areas. Hundreds of the,se
are anxious to make a new start,
and will he able to do so provided
they can receive the proper re-
habilitativi care.
It should not be supposed, how-
ever, that the year 5710 was with-
out a fair -hare of the difficulties
and setbacks which always seem
to be attendant upon the efforts
to relieve J< wish distress overseas
and to .- fortune.
JDC was asked to withdraw
from both P.-land and Czecho-
slovakia last winterfollowups to
its expulsion i.om Rumania in
the previous spring. Now JDC
is no loogei n a position to give
the help it once gave to the Jews
in these countries, though it still
paj the -migration costs of those
who are permitted to depart.
But despite these, and other re-
versals, the year 5710 was more
remarkable for its satisfying ac-
complishments than its disap-
pointments. In the years immedi-
ately ,:t(r liberation JDC was by
circumstance limited to "holding" |
operations, as it were. Jews in
the DP camps were kept alive,
arid aided to grow healthybut
they could not be moved for
tnere was no place to move them.
But the birth of the State of .
Israel and other events changed '
all of that. Jews could not only ,
be kept alive, but now hundreds
of thousands could be moved to
lands ... here they could build their i
lives anew. From a" "holding" op-
eration, JDC was, from 1948 on,
able to go over to the offensive i
and apply measures which in the [
end may be expected to solve
me problems, it has faced.
Since last Rosh Hashona alone,
JUC has aided some 170,000 peo-
ple to leave Europe and Moslem
lands for Israel, the United States
rnn",her countries. Of these
130.000 were persons who were
fought to Israel. JDC aid went
ome 500.000 persons in all, on
We continent and in Arab coun-
tries JDC was able, too, to bring
'('an,endbecause the need was
-to its programs in Bul-
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,gana, the Netherlands, Belgium,
Yugoslavia and Luxembourg.
But what of the year 5711? Will
I it continue to be another year of
deliverance? The answer will de-
pend to a larger degree than ever
j upon the Jews of the United
1 States.
It "takes no prophet to antici-
pate that disturbed world condi-
! tiops may create whole, new vast
'emergencies and difficulties for
our people everywhere. The bitter
experience of JDC's thirty-six
years of history has been that, in
unsettled times. Jews are "first
to suffer and last to recover."
But the path of history does not
necessarily follow a straight line.
Indeed, a dramatic and complete
turn in the Jewish history of
2.000 years occurred only a short
two years ago, when Israel was
re-established. Oernight, a new
promise of dignity, of hope and
! future came into the lives of mil-
lions of our fellow Jews abroad.
The Jewish future represented a |
full reversal from the dark, tragic \
hopelessness of the Hitler period,
when all seemed at an end.
We Jews of the United States,
Who have played so fjreat a role '
in bringing to pass the happier
present situation of our fellow
Jews overseas and in Israel, by
our support of the United Jewish
Appeal, owe overselves a vote of
confidence.
We must continue to believe,
that our efforts can help mightily
in overcoming difficulties and
tribulations should they arise. The
record of the recent past proves
it, and the record of the future
must continue to prove it.
moral master of his destiny, and
can find his salvation only in his
unity with G-d, which is based
for us Jews, upon Torah knowl-
edge, and Torah observances. We
must be guided in the ancient
philosophy of Jewish education
that the reward of learning is to
be found not in the outwardness
of one's professional occupation,
but in the intangible and im-
ponderable moral values which
give a true sense of meaningful-
ness to our existence.
Great are the responsibilities of
the Jewish scholar and teacher.
Two worlds are set for battle
against each other. One of as-
similation and self-annihilation,
of apoligetics and adjustment to
a non-Jewish world, of a system
of negations and renunciations of
tnc great tenets in Israel. The
other, our own philosophy that
traditional Judaism is a living
reality and a living conviction
that the great need today is not
to reconstruct the divine heritage
of Israel, but that we reconstruct
our own lives so that they may be
in harmony with the "revealed
word of G-d. I believe it was
Socrates who said that if we
knew how to convert stones into
gold, the knowledge would be of
no use to us unless we knew how
to use the gold. For every con-
viction that we hold dear, we
have an obligation which we must
fulfill; for every principle that we
cherish we have a responsibility
which we must perform, and for
every moral and spiritual value
that we wish to preserve we must
be ready to do so even at the
sacrifice of physical comfort.
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couragement and skepticism, re-
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and spiritual inspiration.
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i Continued from Pago 49)
ol the people of a member nation.
There was also Palestine. Here
again, throughout the long strug-
gle to build a Jewish state and
to establish peace and stability
an the Middle East, Feller has
played a key role in the planning
ji policy, in the formulation of
settlement schemes, in the map-
ping of conciliation procedures.
Anyone who takes on an inter-
national assignment with the UN
is compelled to take an oath that
he will not work for the interest
.^1-any individual nation, and Abe
i once had to demonstrate
I such a responsibility en-
tails. Quito naturally. Feller feels
an attachment to Israel only
second to that he fools toward
ivn country. But when the
"\ decided to press a claim for
ages against Israel in the
3, ,,i Count Folke Bernadotte's
sii ation, it was Feller who
called upon to argue the case
e the Intn: ational Court ol
Justice at T. e Hague. He won
the i ing Israel to pay
claim.
Like Abe Feller, Daid WVm-
ne to the UN by way o(
and high-level service with
New Deal and then UNRRA.
been gi m i al counsel
a the hug< international relief
Wi ntraub was di-
nt' procurement, was
. ;< hed up by UN and has boon
ing its division ol economic
[ity and development ever
\ efugei from the first
. | War, Da I W ntraub be-
nent ei normal
I m ted Stati s, directing
Hi rrj Hopkin's social
. n as the
L'N ..:.:-: aSS '
beei
:.. K irean Wai
.Veil p to the UN
is UN S

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velo]
_r.- hi ii ulture
V! :/
I envisioning a cordinated. over-all
1 UN program that would integrate
all the individual efforts, has his
secretariat office as the logical
planner and blueprinter of such
a scheme. The result of his labors
was a 60-nation technical assist-
ance conference held at Lake Spc-
cess last June, at which $20,000,-
000 was pledged by the nations
for the start of this huge program.
Another UN official whose sub-
sequent career was influenced by
the fact that his family fell under
the shadow of pre-Hitler persecu-
tion in Eastern Europe is Georges
Rabinovitch, who heads up the
world organization's famous
group of interpreters. Brought up
in multi-lingual Switzerland, to
which his family had fled from
Czarist Russia. Rabinovitch be-
came one of the world's foremost
interpreters.
To bo an export interpreter is
not necessarily the same thing as
being a linguist. An outstanding
interpreter may have a command
of only two or throe languages
(Rabinovitch commands a more
five or six), but he has a very
special and remakable job to do
with the languages he does know.
The job is to re-create extem-
poraneously a speech that is in
progress. In the United Nations,
where interpretation, under the
direction ol Rabinovitch, has be-
come both, a recognized profession
and a highly skilled art for the
first time in history, the job is
done in two ways, depending on
the rules of procedure in thl
ferent organs of the organizati in.
One is simultaneous interpi
tion, in which, though an elabor-
ate microphone system, a deleg-
ate's speech is rendered in other
languages simultaneously with
Ihe delivery by interp eters who
The nightingale sings day or
night I I i the Encyclo-
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follow along about a sentence be-
hind the original. The principal
skill required here is the ability
for lightning-like decisions on
idiomatic translations that faith-
fully mirror the tone, the nuances
and connotations being sought by
the speaker as well as adhering to
the surface meanings. The second
form of interpretation is the con-
secutive, used chiefly in the Se-
curity Council and compared to
which simultaneous is considered
child's play. Under this procedure,
the interpreter is required to wait
until the finish of a speech before
delivering a faithful rendition of
it in another language.
The difficulty of this can be
imagined when it is realized that
B delegate's extemporaneous re-
sponse to something said at the
conference table may run on for
a half-hour or more and lack any
semblance of order of disciplined
construction. The interpreter is
not allowed to use shorthand, this
being considered more confusing
(Continued on Pago 63)
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
^Mnjslfkri fur
The Year In Literature
PAGE SIXTY-THREf.
(Continued from Pago 59)
for the Jewish Book Annual, has
gadly written, "it is obvious we
neglecting our children."
kdown by age groups
shows that there are six books in
the five to eight year old group,
sjx ; ir the nine to 13 years olds,
-,,! six for the teen-agers. Dr.
Golub says that were it not for
rowing interest in Jewish
by a few non-Jewish au-
this year's crop would be
about halved.
In this year's batch of juvenile
bocks authors of a number of old
stand by s are again represented.
Among them is Mrs. Emma
Levinger whose "Albert Einstein"
js ;, personal and warm account
of the scientist's life for nine to
13 years olds. Another is Mrs.
Sadie VvVilerstcin whose "Molly
and the Sabbath Queen" is a
itly little story for the five
to cighi year old group. Other
nials are Dorothy Zeligs
jnd Mrs. Dorothy Alofsin.
Among the non-Jewish authors
are Imogene McPherson whose
And So the Wall Was Built."
foi nine to 13 year olds
tells the Biblical story of Ne-
hemiaKs building of the wall.
Clifford Webb's "The Story of
Noah" tells the story of the great
ir five to eight year olds.
Dr. Gnlub looks with alarm at
tuation. He writes, "we are
.barely holding our own, and in
\ a land, at a time, when we are
supposed to become the cultured
! leaders of world Jewry."
Harold U. Ribalow, managing
; editor of Congress Weekly has
! compiled the section on Ameri-
can-Jewish fiction books. In this
category arc 29 volumes. But of
these, only a dozen can be con-
sidered completely Jewish in
content and approach. The out-
standing representative of this
class is John Hersey's "The Wall "
which incidentally is the most
significant American-Jewish fic-
tion book of the year. "The Wall"
tells the story of the Warsaw
ghetto ar.d of how the Jews
fought against their Nazi tor-
mentors.
Many of this year's novels are
far from great, or even passable.
Some are excellent; others are
good. But above all, says Mr.
Ribalow, "they are a reflection
of our time." A look at some of
this year's books will quickly
justify this conclusion. Among the
better fiction works is Nelson
Algren's "The Man With the
Golden Arm" which deals with
the Chicago slums and has for one
of its main character a Jew named
Solly Saltskin who is called
"Hebe" by his friends.
Merle Miller's "The Sure
Thing" is a timely book about
the current loyalty probe. Two
of the book's important charact-
ers are a fanatical Jewish com-
munist and a Jewish woman who
once had been married to the
hero of the book.
Harold Robbins return this
i year with another book about
Hollywood. His "Dream Mer-
chants," which describes many of
Hollywood's Jewish luminaries is
one of the best books ever writ-
ten about filmland.
Among the now-Jewish au-
thors are Leo Brady whose "Edge
of Doom" is a thriller about the
murder of a priest by a Catholic.
The detective in the case is a
philosophical Jew. Another of this
year's best sellers. -The Cardi-
nal." by Henry Morton Robinson,
tells the story of the rise of a
priest to the post of cardinal. One
of the cardinal's sisters falls in
love with a Jew but the pressure
of her family is strong enough
to break up the lovers.
Most of this year's crop of fic-
tion books will be soon forgotten,
but according to Mr. Ribalow,
anyone who wants to understand
the importance and influence of
the Jew on fiction and culture
"would do well to study them."
Ink normally accounts for
I three to five per cent of total
I printing expenses of newspapers.
'< according to the Encyclopaedia
Britannica.
Jewish Personalities In The U.N.
ntinued from Page 62)
translation than an aid. and
must therefore reconstruct the
speech partly from hurried sym-
bols thai somehow provide him
an indication of sentence and
truction and chief-
ly from memory. At the same
he must perform the func-
tion ot an actor :n re-creating the
emotional content of the speech.
Ritbmovitch is regarded as a
master at both forms of inter-
pretafion. and his group of sixty
interpreters, whom he keeps in
practice like ballet-dancers, are
/werrcd to around this head-
quarters as the UN's "elite" corps.
In the far-ranging but little-
publicizcd field of controlling il-
licit traffic in narcotic drugs, the
united Nations has played an
active role since its inception and
made significant contributions
inat have all but gone unnoticed.
mo principal reason for both the
contributions and the lack of
publicity in this aspect of UN
activities can be traced principal-
ly Si' eon Steini- A man who
aoggedly avoids the spotlight. Dr.
aicmig presides over UN's deci-
sion of Narcotic Drugs. In that a
"i'tional agreement on
narcotics traffic control, which, if
eaiizcd. would bring the world
Hnhi '" ,',soIut'n of this per-
UnrW u"blI;m ,han ever before.
Ud the Steinig scrutiny and
3 w the Problem has been
re.ditd for a convention that now
; waits the necessary action
*Mhe I .\'s members. Dr. Steinig.
Who is regarded as one of the
cot r P auth'-ities on nar-
>"1 has. through his
,;,.:; now made the UN
;>. the outstanding deposi-
knowledge in this field-
along with the United States gov-
ernment, for which Dr. Steinig
has also labored.
The three leading Jewish per-
sonalities among the delegates to
I the United Nations" very neatly
reflect the three main lines along
! which all UN debates wind their ,
tortuous course. On the left is
Poland's permanent representa-
tive (and U. S. Ambassador) I
Aubrey S. Eban; on the right is
I the American delegation's key
political expert, Benjamin V.
Cohen. Although diverging thus
sharply in doctrine, .they have
qualities remarkably in common.
All three stand high in the judg-
ment of their colleagues as skilled
parliamentarians, first-rate minds,
impressive debaters and incisive,
thinkers. Few delegates can rival
Eban's Oxford-trained eloquence,
his richly-ornamented and tight-
ly-reasoned argumentation. Few
delegates are more popular than
Katz-Suchy for his devastating
wit, and Cohen's legal acument
| outshines that of all but the most
outstanding of the legal minds
represented among the 59 delega-
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*Jenist fhrkMari
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Let's Resolve
By ALFRED SEGAL
My good friend. Mr. Cohen
(which one? It's enough to say
he's one of the msjty)i Mr. Cohen
advises me that as a proper jour-
nalist I should suggest to the
readers some worthy resolutions
to themselves at New Year time.
in the high holy season Jews
looS'Back at their lives in the
i aal vear and ask for forgive-
says Mr. Cohen. "Shouldn't
therebe more of looking into the
future and saying this is what I
shall dovn in? year to come and
that I shall not do. so help me."
I had met Mr. Cohen on the
street at a moment when I was
t:oTib!edas to just what to write
| Now. Year column. Mr.
n belongs to the Chochem
Canasta Club and has consider-
able wisdom even beyond the
requirements of canasta.
What." I asked him. "should I
write about"'' and that's how he
lo advise mc on the contents
of this column at this season.
"Precisely, Mr. Cohen, just what
luti ns are becoming to a
Jew on Rosh Hashona."
We were walking on our Fifth
t where one of our best
;,nd> and that fact
brought Mr. Cohen to say. "Yes.
What about hotels'
"Well." he replied, "a hotel, in
>r another, suggests one
:,i the faults of Jews. Hotels are
among the Jewish problemsnot
this one, mind youbut when-
ever Jews get together there is
s some one to bring up
hotel that doesn't treat Jews
right. Some hotel in Florida or
:n Bermuda or Michigan that
dots.-.': take Jews So what? Is
that something for lamentation?
What :'. hotel doesn't want
me? Is the ability to get into the
-; hotels any kind of a test of
the quality of a Jew" Take this
down as the first of Rosh Hashona
.-.. ns."
I took -'. pencil and paper and
as Mr. Cohen dictated: "My
merit a Jew does not rest in
judgment of hotel clerks.
Neither tel clerk nor any
other ? :an maki .:' my head
..- ....... with --.irance of being
<-. Jewi wh knows the J'
.ca.-.i.r.g ar.d lives by it. Anti-
Sen-:us can't reduce me, and anti-
Semit......I be only like a fly
That lights on my nose. The fly
irritates me. I brush it off and go
my way as a man who is much.
. bigger than the fly. 1 shall
be the proud man even amid
many flies.
"This." Mr. Cohen said, "is
Resolution No. 1. Let's go on to
No. 2."
There had just passed us one
of those long-bearded, long-
coated men who come to our town
as to many .another townto
collect money for yeshivahs. You
might say he was an outlandish
figure in the stream-lined, clean-
shaven scene.
"A lot of Jews don't like to see
people like him around town,"
Mr. Cohen was saying. "They say
he makes a bad impression for all
other Jews. What will people
think of Jews When fhey look at
him
"That's another of our faults
:he way we blame other kinds of
Jews for whatever ails Jewry. We
are sure of our own merits. Oh.
if it weren't for those others it
would be all right with us. By
this attitude we indorse the
stupidity of antwSemites wh, se
enfeebled minds put on all Jews
the vices they may have detected
in some samples. Even the harm-
less, kindly-looking gentleman we
have just seen is scorned by some
Jews as a liability of all Israel
because he wears a long beard
and a, long coat.-
"Take this down." Mr. Cohen
said "Let us resolve that in the
to come we will not descend
"to the sin of anti-Semites by
blaming our troubles on other
Jews who are like us or don't
smell as nice as we do or whose
manners aren't as polished as
ours. As people who. as a civil-
ized group., have lived in the
world longer than most others.
we accept the fact that it takes
all kinds to make a people and
all each of us can do about it is
to see to it that his own char-
acter remains good enough to re-
flect some merit on the Jewish
people. Even if the whole Jewish
people doesn't get the credit, he
will have been true himself and
that'* enough
"And that's resolution No. 2,"
Mr. Cohen said.
"And what's No. 3. Mr. Cohen^"
Mr. Cohen was thinking of a
resoultion for Jewish leaders .
They enjoy quarrels too much."
he said. "The Jewjsh news is too
often a report of their dissensions.
their striving toward being im-
portant, the yammering of hurt
pride, the jockeying for position.
Their quarrels suggest deep rifts
in Jewrv but the fact is that the
Jewish people themselves aren't
deeply divided. They'd rather be
'.<: aone by their quarreling
leaders."
So Mr. Cohen had resolution
No. 3 quickly in hand "This
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whose concern is not to be big-
shots. We know that the only
importancein Jewish life, that
is.is the welfare of Jewry To
that end we must prevent dis-
sension not foment it. We must
never forget that we ourselves
are not all important and that
others will be taking our places
competently when the time comes.
We know we are just men who
have been elevated largely be-
cause we are fluent with
speeches.
"And that's No. 3." Mr. Cohen
said. He had other business in
hand and had to be going. He
hoped the resolutions will take
well. "And. in case I don't see
you before then. I wish you a
happy New Year."
"Thanks for everything. Mr
Cohen. You are a worthy member
of the Chochem Canasta Club.
A chochem. indeed!"
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LrnAY. SEPTEMBER*. M80
* Jew 1st nprkfian
PAGE SIXTY-FIVE
A Year Of Jewish Issues At U.N.
By DAVID NUSSBAUM Anglo American French-sup-
LAKE SUCCESS-The Jewish state has completed its first'Prted bluePrint of the Palestine
s a member of the official family of nationsthe United
Commission which
set up a U.N. ad-
Conciliation
year as a memo** ui uw ....y ouuuiib uw unitea | woukJ haye
Nations Organization. ministration only somewhat less
For an infant state, suHenng on its own ground all the pains! categorical than the Vatican-
I jjjjih and early growth, being thrust into the midst of adult! pushed Australian proposal that
.u .1 ..mmMmi r,( i >'^-^^ I was finally adopted. And ;" *Ko
with the "compulsion of
assumins at once the resopnsibili-
fip\ of adulthood is no small
problem in itself. In addition to
fL Israel's first year in the U.N.
could hardly have been more
eventful for an individual state,
young or old.
The year started out with the
nPw state's territorial and cul-
tural integrity thrown into grave
eooardv by the world organiza-
ion It is ending with that threat
argely dissipated. For Israel the
vear opened in the gloom of de-
feat but closed on a note of
""The issue which accounted for
this rather harrowing experience
for a neophyte was, of course, the
Jerusalem issue. The issue, as the
whole Palestine question has been
since the U.N.'s inception, was
one of the principal problems to
aitate the organization during
the vear and actually expended
more of the U.N.'s time than any
other single problem dealt with
in this period.
The basic fact about the Jeru-
salem question was that the
United Nations found itself not
merelv engaged with it but en-
meshed in it. The members had
trapped themselves and there
were none astute enough to
figure the most face-saxing man-
ner of extrication. Out of the ar-
rangement to establish Jerusalem
as a "corpus separatum" \o be
governed by the United Nations.
Then, as might have been pre-
dicted, the police-less, army-less
world body discovered itself help-
less to implement this design
when the strategic moment to do
so arrivedwhen the British
withdrew and the Arabs assaulted
the Holy Citadel.
As with all strategic failures,
the U.N.'s abject defeat proved
lauL The population of the new
city had to be rescued. The city
had to be rehiHMitated. A living
tissue had to be restored to health.
Aside from the historical logic of
such a developmentwhich had
been plain on November 29, 1947,
but had seen cast asidethe Arab
attack that the U.N. shunned
made the Israel course inevitable.
There was nothing calculated or
planned in the new government's
; It followed the inescapable
of war and recoveryand
nited Nations found itself
confronted with a fait accompli,
fr im which it had only itself to
Man
S> the U.N. was left clinging
lueprint for a house it could
not build and it was in the em-
ng position of wanting to
reduce to dependency an inde-
nt area. Israel suggested
the Assembly modify its
plans aid erect a less ambitious
e. It proposed a pact to \
Irawn up between the U.N. i
'''' one hand and IsraeJ and,
' Ian <>n the other, which would
ntee full international pro- j
n tor and access to the Holy
Pla
led by the Vatican and
I by incptness, a two-thirds
y of the Assembly decided
leave well enough alone. It
1 back into the trap, in-
that the Trusteeship
1 draw up a statute of corn-
internationalization for Jer-
and put it into effect
th, the Council to be un-
bed by any opposition from
>iter, including the people
usalem. This decision took
in December, and Israel
tered Year Two with its back
wall, pressed there, indeed,
lighty collection of nations.
1 took its story to the
pie. A period of public in-
mation and enlightenment was
tied. Christian groups went
1' Jerusalem to study the facts.
-h orgnizations the world
over put on an unprecedented
impalgn of direct public appeal.
Israeli diplomats in every capital
went to work on their colleagues.
This period coincided with the
m >nths-long sessions of the U.N.
trusteeship Council in Geneva
and Lake Success at which the
"-member body, plank by plank,
Put together the statute that was
w be the coffin for the national
aspirations of the Jewish people
became evident as the Council's
artifact took shape that the pop-
ular campaign was piling up its
effects. An atmosphere of un-
certainty and discomfort hovered
over the Council tale. Delegates
began to waver or become
apathetic.
Suddenly, with its product de-
manded by the Assembly com-
pleted, the Council capitulated.
Without even a gesture of regret,
it decided not to ship the coffin
to Jerusalem. It decided to roll
it back, like the tossing of a hot
potato, to the General Assembly,
and the campaign was won. The
victory was all but assured short-
ly thereafter when, in a dramatic
reversal of policy, one of the
internationalization bloc's most
potent supporters, the Communist
group of nations withdrew its
support.
A long way from the situation
faced by Israel at the start of the
General Assembly session a year
ago, the outlook at this September
rolled around was the brightest
since November, 1947 on the
three-year-old Jerusalem issue.
Last year the Israel delegation
had to tackle a variety of "plans"
for the Holy City, all of which
aimed at harsh restriction of the
Israel government's sovereignty
over Jerusalem. There was the
in the international organization,
while at the same time fully
meeting the aspiration of .Jeru-
salem's Jews to join the family of
Israel.
Aside from this issue in which
Israel was directly involved, Is-
rael's first regular Assembly ses-
sion was notable for the new role
(Continued on Page 76)
in the
wake of these two "extremist"
measures came "compromises"
presented by moderate elements
such as Sweden the Netherlands
that were equally unacceptable
to Israel.
If for nothing else, the previous
Assembly session can be con-
sidered valuable for having, at
least, seen such plans and com-
promises raised, hashed over and
sloughed off. Though it is true
that in one form or another some
of them may be tried again, they
will be lacking the interest and
drive behind them that they had
originally simply because of their
previous experience of failure.
And at the same time, Israel has
learned from its own failure and
will enter the forthcoming session
with a new plan of its own that
will have the jump on all others
since it is already formally sub-
mitted. Carefully conceived to
take into account the passions
and positions revealed in last
year's debate, it proposes full-
fledged international control and
administration of the Holy Places,
with a U.N. curator to be en-
sconced on the scene. With this
scheme Israel hopes it vill meet
the insistent desire of the various
religions*to have actual authori-
ty over the religious sites vested
happy
new
year
cobbs fruit
preserving company

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AND LOAN
MAIN OFFICE
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PAGE SIXTY-SIX
*Jewisli fhridiciri
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Jews Behind The Iron Curtain
By YOCHANAN RAMATI
(Thi tory to reach America incorporating authentic
rmai the conditions of Jars in Ron mania today. Based
on the personal exper i of iho hare been brought from
to Israel in the past feu> mont/u prepared >>*
the basis i.i e iw A/r. Ramal m oj Israel's
U 11 g |i ii i per jottmaZistsJ
TEL AVIV"Thousands of Jews cu? today imprisoned
in Roumania," says Chaim Festinqer, as he stands in the queue
oi new arrivals at Sha'ar Aliya Camp. To the North, Haifa and
the woeds of Mount Carmel stand out proudly in the midday
sun. To the West the deep blue sea murmurs aently along the
re of Isi ie] "Yes," says Chaim,
isands are in prison, Sorm
i they are v
had fai I
public houst s, ..nd so
i Jewish boui geois and
must be locked up; s ime simply
started his search. As for our
rabbi, he'd never set his eyes on
a dollar in his life. But they
wanted him in jail, and that was
an easy way to get him. The
official waved the bill in the ail
Se'mm/R SAffi -touted Iha "the^bbi wanted
loumanian official to t,neat thc Roumanian Rl.pubHc
of Lugosz. I lived in Lugosz. you
usual is six months. I guess they
i.nd took it. The; -ell it
ten dollars on him. Not more, not
- Just ten dollars. They also
; live?'Tl the ?uaim Fest"ier is a small man,
"others besides W1!h ,v-vm nair- llls
were wite. standing beside him is
verj nd
teeth c
crowns that
middle-agi d, buxom and ho
e I with silver
glisten when she
S ie is worried about her
vi tayed be-
that i vi : j
: must be U it
hind in Roumania. One ol them
enty-five and married to a
minor [ovi nn i nl official. The
I *( nty-one and single,
He r mother -ays she is a skilled
So woodcarvei and has been making
I lQ quite a good living out of it. But
l(J the nun,,: official has ^ven up
,. his post and the daughter is no
nd I were 'n8fr aoing woodcarving. In-
arid when we ~:,'l<'- ,,1('.v h"V-e obtained permits
thev'd been :" le?Ye f"r Israel. They will
' -hough 1 was never reli-
ious. He v ni vi what I
Zionist, but deep in his
he always wanted to go to
' ised I tea h our young
Hebrew. A
thi C .munist I
'. their throats at ho.,;.
(1 the
Transyl-
:;' would have
' lis minuti Uul
search evi rybody bi
' i I,
\ big lout

Around us. the men and women
(Continued on Page 71)
'

m
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Warshaw-Settle
Pharmacy, Inc.
ETHICAL PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
2324 Ponce de Leon
Phone 48-2607
ED3SON
ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO.
Wholesale Distribute
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
LIGHTING FIXTURES
Call 3-3114
1009 S. W. 8th STREET
(Tamiami Trail)
ii!
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
HANDSEL
ELECTRIC CO.
POWER & LIGHTING
INSTALLATIONS
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
944 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 82-3437
MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LaVIGNE
join with their children
MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN
Son, GARY JOHN and Daughter, ELIZABETH
and
MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE
and daughters
LESLIE, MORLEY and SHELLEY
In expressing their best wishes to all their friends for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Al's Automotive
Service
AL'S
ON THE BEACH
1225 West 20th Street
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
123 N. E. 1st St.
PHONE 2-0115
WITH BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY YEAR AHEAD
Mr. and Mrs. Leon K^
and Son
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Our
New Year's Wish
"Peace, Health, Prosperity
and Good Will To All"
HOME OF SUNSHINE FASHIONS
NORMAN KAPLAN
of
Kaplan's Kosher Market
552 Washington Avenue
Wishes to extend greetings to his many friends
and to all Jewry
For a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
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MIAMI, FLORID*


LmAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
Jewisti rkricJirtn
PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN
a
Miracle In The Mellah"
upbuilding of Israel, is the pur- rocco's cities, towns and villages,
tpose of JDC's North African pro- thousands of youngsters are -
By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
. ector.General, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
How do they live? They don't
live: they die.
Two years ago,
tribution
Committee
Joint Dis-
worker^ in
of Casablanca posed
,he mellah .
hat questionand answered it
n the first paragraph of a report
"n the condition of Jews in North
ATodaay a network of JDC milk
stations, clothing depots, medical
dispensaries, nurseries summer
camps, canteens and schools, sup-
ported bv United Jewish Appeal
funds, is writing a new answer
to the question of how North
Africa's Jews live.
As the New Year 5711 dawns,
it holds the promise of lifefor
the first time in more than a
thousand yearsfor large num-
bers among the 500,000 Jewish
men women and children of
North Africa. This year, Jews
can look forward to livingin
dignity and decency and useful-
ness This year, there is promise
of a future, and the stirrings of
life vigor and activity have be-
gun to replace sickness, poverty
and despair.
This is the miracle of the mellah
_a miracle made possible through
the United Jewish Appeal. This
is the exciting achievement which
JDC is bringing to the dark and
fetid ghettos, the parched desert
villages and the isolated moun-
tain settlements where the Jews
of North Africa have eked out
their harsh and bitter lives for
twenty centuries.

What are the reasons behind
JDC's new and expanding pro-
grams in behalf of a group which
has been cut off from the main-
stream of Jewish life for genera-
tions?
The answers are important, and
I believe they should be stated.
First. JDC works in North
Africa because there is Jewish
suffering here. I underline the
word Jewish because these are a
people who have endured cen-
turies of persecution and pogroms
simply because they were Jews,
and because they refused to
abandon their faith. Despite their
iailation from the center of Jew-
ish life over the past centuries,
they have remained true to their
religion and to the ancient tradi-
tions ol the Hebrew people. Just
as wcic the Jewish victims of
Nazi atrocities in Germany, just as
were the thousands who fled
Poland eifter the Kielce pogrom
in 194ti. these Jews of North
Africa are deserving of our help.
Second, because the Jews of
North Africa constitute a vast
reservoir for Israel. Here are a
people for whom the very word
"Israel" means hope and life
itself. Here are young Jewish
childrenbright and eager, with
tremendous capacities for good
citizenshipif only we give them
the chance. Here are young men
and women yearning and training
for lives on the kibbutzim and
pioneer settlements of Israel,
people with tremendous con-
tributions to make towards the
building of the Jewish state. I
have seen the children of the
mellah in schools in Israel, learn-
ing and training and growing
strong and healthy; I have seen
young men and women from
North Africa standing guard on
Israel's borders, useful citizens
protecting their new country.
Third, because so much can be
done in North Africa with so
little. Modern medicines sent in
by JDC are wiping out trachoma, i
The glass of milk that JDC pro-
vides each dayalong with other i
nourishing foodstuffsto tens of
thousands of undernourished chil-
dren is transforming them into
strong and sturdy youngsters.
JDC provided schooling and
clothing and feeding are assuring
useful futures to youngsters
whose lives would otherwise be
painful and brief. Admittedly, the
needs are vast among the Jews of
this whole area. But positive
achievements are being chalked
up daily, stimulating and en-
couraging us to greater accom-
plishments in terms of healthy,
useful lives.
And fourth, because the help
we are sending is so valuable
and so valued. I wish many more
Americans could visit the mellah
of Casablanca, or the hara of
Tunis. They would seeas I have
how much our help means.
And they would senseas I have
the deep gratitude and ap-
preciation which the Jews of these
communities feel for their fellow-
Jews in the United States.

The history of the Jews of North
Africa is the story of a people
gram.
ceiving the kind of food aimed
In Morocco, where close to 300,- at producing a strong and healthy
who nave maintained their be-
liefs and traditions in the face
of centuries of persecution, dis-
ease and poverty. As far back as
2,500 years ago, a Jewish com-
munity had established itself in
the Moroccan city of Kairouan,
maintaining its traditional cul-
ture and religion in the midst of
primitive, illiterate tribes. Be-
fore Columbus discovered Amer-
ica, thousands of Jewsvictims
of the Spanish Inquisitionhad
fled to the relative safety and
security of North Africa. Even
today, Jews isolated from modern
civilization in the recesses of the
Atlas Mountains of Morocco live
side-by-side with primitive hill
tribes, yet observe their religion
with all the grace and dignity
of the ancient Hebrew tradition.
To bring these people back to
a level of health and productive-
ness that will enable them to
create a strong community where
they now are, or contribute to the
000 Jews live amid poverty, dis-
ease and constant discrimination
by tfieir Arab neighbors, JDC is
now beginning to witness the re-
sults of its extensive program of
relief, reconstruction and resettle-
ment of the needy Jewish popula-
tion. .
With a watchful eye on the
future, JDC is concentrating most
of its program on the care of
children. In more than thirty
special canteens throughout Mo-
(Continued on Page 80)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ... A MOST
Mr. and Mr.
NAT ZALKA
and Family
41 N. W. 10th Street
1
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUCHWALD & CO.
Jewelry Novelties Bags
160 W. 34th Street
NEW YORK CITY
731 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Telephone 58-1919
pansy flauiii's
mcallister hotel
flower shop,
miami
Pansy's flowers.
22nd street, off the ocean.
miami beach
Pansy flaum's
school of floral design
sends you
new year's greetings
TO ALL ... A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
*RED HART
HOMES
2248 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 6-0856
Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Tendrich
Son, Steven and
Daughter, Arlyne
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. Rosenthal
and Family
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE 2-8181
Seybold Bldg. Miami
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
Dade County Solicitors Office
GREETINGS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
It. 11. Shaddick
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
4{i
The Rabbi. Cantor.
President and Officers
of
Congregation Beth El
ITS SISTERHOOD
AND THE P.T.A.
extend to all their members, friends,
worshippers and Jewry at large
Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DERBY BAR
AND PACKAGE STORE
915 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
The Flagler-tiranada
Jewish Community Center
WISHES A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
N. W. 51st Place and 1st Street
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NURSES OFFICIAL REGISTRY
10 N. E. 3rd Avenue
Dr. and Mrs.
MAURICE I. ROSE
with HOWARD and DONALD
Wish to Extend to All
Their Relatives and Friends
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown
and Family
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL CROWN COLA
Best By Taste Test
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
538 N.W. 24th Street Pfane 3"6287
*
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r^ ,. ,i. nisr'
a
On the Ocean
Two Blocks from
New Auditorium
Close to shops, theatres, night clubs.
Swimming Pool, Cabana Club, Private Beach;
Dancing and Entertainment.
AIR CONDITIONED
OPEN ALL YEAR

MILTON M. CHAPMAN,
Managing Director /
The
HELBOKNE
On the Ocean at 18th St.
MIAMI BEACH


PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT
vJenisti fkrkUajn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMRrn
45 New Americans Grateful For Jobs
ri
_ By LOUIS ARONOVITZ
Jewish Flondian News Editor
One rr.orning not long ago as
Harold Kramer, executive di-
lator of the Jewish Vocational
Service sat in his office in the
Langford Building goir.g through
his mail, he came upon a letter
from one of the New Americans
for whom he has procured jobs.
Written in green ink, the letter
was not always grammatically or
syntactically correct. "Before 1
was discouraged.'" it read, "but
r.ow through your efforts. I have
regained my human dignity
touch the American ground with
sure steps."
But Kramer and the agency
in the three months since the
letter was organizedcould take
.reci:t for renewing the dignity
. nd giving direction to the foot-
steps of not one. tut 45, such
people.
When the vocational service
was estal lished. most of the Ne
Americans in the community
were unemployed. Although
eager to work, they had been un-
i cK to find suitable jobs and
were rapidly becoming dispirited.
C sequer.tly, the community.
ccpnrr.itted to care for them under
trje term.- of the DP law. was
taking dollars that were des-
tely needed for the upbuild-
ing of Israel to pay for their sup-
:' Last year the refugee re-
settlement program cost the com-
munity ST5.000. This year the
figure threatened to become as-
tronomical because of the passage
Oi the liberalized DP legislation.
S the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice was born. Set up on ar. ex-
ntal ash and subsidized
ty a group of public-spirited
citizens, the new agency is now
serve only those cases
which art referred to it by the
Jewisl s Servi e Bureau.
I At the present time, therefore,
[ it is seeking employment only
i for New Americans and persons
1 who have been on the JSSB re-
lief roster. The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is considering
expansion of the agency, how-
ever, so that it can offer a job
counselling and placement serv-
ice to the prtire community.
Director Kramer, whose exper-
ience in the personnel field
ranges the gamut from vocation-
al counselling to labor arbitra-
tion, is a patient. soft-spoken
man. Puffing at his pipe, he has
a calm, casual manner that makes
everything appear easy.
Each morning at nine he ar-
rives at his office, which i-
donated by the National Council
of Jewish Women, and begins to
plow through a mound of mail.
Often before he finished reading
it. and usually before he can
answer it. the New Americans
troop in.
Since his private office is
merely a desk, partially sur-
rounded by two battered screens,
he usually puts off what remains
of the mail until his visitors
leave. Interviews wit., these
people are almost always inter-
rupted by the frequent ring of
the telephone. An employer calls
to express his complete satisfac-
tion with an applicant Kramer
has sent: a man who was placed
yesterday calls to thank him and
to tell him that all is right with
the world; the personnel mana-
ger of a department store calls
to request a tailor. And so it goes
until lunch.
and often come simply in quest
of advice. Most of them have
been buffeted about for the past
ten years; and since such
traumatic experiences leave their
mark, some are suffering from
emotional disorders, which
Kramer's background in psycho-
logy qualified him to handle suc-
cessfully.
His job has not been an easy
one. He has been confronted with
a number of thorny problems:
many of the people who seek
his aid are unable to speak
English fluently: most of-them
are unfamiliar with American
work methods: some have physi-
cal disabilities: and as was men-
tioned above, some have emo-
tional disturbances.
Placement of 45 people in more
than 25 local firms attests to his
ability to cope with these prob-
lems. Of these 25 firms, five or
six are non-Jewishrevealing
that some employers recognize
this as a community responsibili-
ty and are willing to help
shoulder it.
The New Americans are work-
ing as laboratory assistants, typ-
ists, tailors, factory helpers,
draftsmen, and their employers
seem to be eminently satisfied,
as a score of letters in Kramer's
files will testify.
Working in close cooperating
(Continued on Page 74)
Rabbi
H. HOROWITZ
EXTENDS BEST WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
RABBI and MRS.
PHILIP FRIED
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
North Shore Jewish Center
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to ail Jewry ^
, ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishei j0,
A HAPPY AND PROSPER0us
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
MR. and MRS.
MAX R. SILVER
and Son David Robert
Extend Best Wishes to
All For a Felicitous and
Joyous New Year
Kramer often has luncheon ap-
pointments with prospective em-
ployers and personnel directors
and tries to sandwich in a dis-
cussion of his job-seekers and
their qualifications between the
soup and the pie. Sometimes
these luncheons pay off.
Occasionally the director spends
!< :: oon outside of his ofice
exploring job possibilities, mak-
ing valuable contacts, pow-wow-
ir.g with union officials. When he
his desk, the afternoon
passes much like the morning
.n interviews, telephone con-
nd answering letters.
The New Americans whom
Kramer is trying to help have
found ir. him a sympathetic
.istener and understanding friend
RABBI
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
MIAMI BEACH
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and lo all
Jewry.
RABBI EZRA LIFSHITZ
Wishes for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and officers
of West Miami Jewish Center.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Sincere Wishes For
A Happy New Year
SARAH SHOCHET
MRS. LEON GARDNER
and MR. and MRS.
LLOYD GARDNER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Te All Their Friends
DR. AND MRS.
A BEN ELIAS
Extend Best Wishes to the
Israelite Center. Its Sister-
hood and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community for a
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH DE KOVEN
and Family
Wish for the Members of the
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, Its Auxiliary
and the Entire Jewish Com-
munity a Year of Peace
and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
MURRAY GRAUER
and Daughter
EXTEND BEST WISHES
To the Members of the
Congregation Beih El. Its
Sisterhood and Affiliates
and to All Israel
PEACE AND JOY
*
DR. and MRS.
DONALD MICHELSON
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OF JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
DR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
and Family
Extend to ell Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Beet Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
It EW Y E A R
to ske officers, director, and
members of tbe Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filiated organisations and to
all Jewry.
RABBI AND MRS.
MOSHAY P. MANN
and Son Itzhok Tsvee
of Temple Isaiah
Extends heartfelt
NEW YEAH GREETINGS
to tbe members of Temple
Isaiah, the Sisterhood and to
tbe entire Jewish community
of Greater Miami.
We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends
>r. and Mrs. Alvin F. (sartlWr
anil l)aufiMr Ava l.o
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
extend best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to members and friends of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation and lo all Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
RABBI and MRS.
MARIUS RANSON
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
PORT LAUDERDALE
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB J. HONIG
and Sons
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members oi
The Jewish Community Center
Hollywood. Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI AND MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members ol
Congregation Kneseth Israel,
Its Auxiliary and the Entiie
Jewish Community a Year oi
Peace and Joy
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
-Mr. and Mrs. A. Flnley Binder
an*. Sons
V. Louis and Mauri<*o Jeffrey
RABBI and MRS. *
MOSES MESCHELOFF Z
Daughter Rena Rahel
and Sons, Efrom Zev and
David Joseph
wish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beih Jacob
Congregation.
Miami Beach,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
N ^ W v E A R
RABBI and MRS.
LEON ERONISH
and Family
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS
AND OFFICERS OF BETH
SHOLOM CENTER, ITS SIS-
TERHOOD AND JEWRY AT
LARGE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
i MORRIS A. SKOP
' AND FAMILY
Extend Best- Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
Coral Gables-Jewish Center,
Its Sisterhood and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Daughter and Son
Wish for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and officer*
of Beth David Congregation
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
To the Rabbis and their Congregations of the State of
Florida, Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Happi-
ness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory and
Peace.
Sincerely,
$acol U. Kaplan
President, Florida Rabbinical Association


ppmav SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
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This latest venture all began
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toom and the prospect of an even
greater boom was in sight b
cause of the increased tourist
trade which was beginning to
make the young republic a "must"
on its itinerary,
But the hotel owners were un-
happy because the industry
wasn't hitting on all cylinders. In
some hotels service was fair. In
others, it just wasn't. Their busi-
ness methods were haphazard.
Unified controls for efficient op-
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It became apparent to the hotel
people that if they were to op-
erate on a profitable basis, and
at the same time offer top-flight
service to world travelers and
thus build a good tourist trade,
a drastic piece of therapy was in
order.
Hadassah representatives in Is-
rael heard of the situation and
suggested to the various hotel
owners' associations the possi-
bility of opening a hotel school
to funnel trained personnel into
the industry, which was sadlv
lacking. They were also sounded
out on the idea of having an
American hotel expert come over
and help them untangle their
knotty problms. They loved both.
Dr. Miriam Freund, national
vocational education chairman of
Hadassah, contacted the Institute
of Applied Arts and Sciences,
State University of New York
in Brooklyn and asked their help
in establishing a hotel school
"similar to the one which the
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The State Institute was very
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hi left: "When are you coming
b ick?"
lseman embarked upon r.is
well prepared. With '2")
i In the I otel busim
d him, Sam knew the trick
:n tlv- trade from the front oil.
to the kitchen, from the switch-
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Armed with manuals, courses
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salem late last January. Three
weeks later he had set up the
Hadassah Hotel Management In-
stitute, the latest addition to the
Haddassah-run Louis D. Brandeis
Vocational Education Center in
Jerusalem.
"The school wasn't much in
those first days, "lseman said in
an interview recently, "but as we
added courses of study, organized
the instruction with teachers who
were carefully picked and had
basic equipment put in it became
first rate, and I wouldn't hesti-
tate to say that at the time of my
departure the school could hold
its own with the best anywhere."
Isemand divided the school's
curriculum into two parts, one,
front office and housekeeping;
and, two, catering and dining
room management. To make the
program more realistic he set up
a small model hotel in the school,
in which the students put to prac-
tice what they learned from the
book. Nor is the practical work
limited to the model hotel. lse-
man worked out a comprehensive
program with the hotel owners to
"farm" students out for work at
the hotels while they are still stu-
dents. The course of study is
given on the junior college level
(Continued on Page 74)
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*Jm1st ncrk/lan
FRIDAY. SEPTEMRrp
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
608 S. W. 1st Avenue
Extend Best Wishes to All
Their Relatives and Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
It Is With Pleasure That I
Extend
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To all my Friends and
Acquaintances
O. B. WHITE
The Shofar A Call
To Unity and Harmony
Bv JULIUS ROSEN THAL
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(Editor's note: Throughout
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the Shofar has held an un-
equalled magnetic appeal for
the Jewish people at the time
of the High Holy Days. In this
article, the author examines
the source of this appeal and
seeks to derive a message
meaningful for our own times.)
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: at High Holiday time it dares to
: drown out the bugle.
This year the shotar carries a
message not only to the Jew. but
to men of all faiths and especial-
ly the citizens of our own be-
loved United States, for people
all over the world find them-
selves thrust into the posture of
the Jew in F.xile.
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To the millions of men and j stream into the hearts and minds
women who heard the crisp mili- ; f men. Terror is lauded as the
tarv notes of the bugle in two j instrument for guiding and lead-
, World Wars, the Jewish shofar i ln8 the world Fear and terror
must seem an unlikelv instrument j are clanoned by the bugle call
for the call to arms. Yet. scholars J of foIW a"d coercion. The bugle
tell us that the ram's horn was; would assure us that we can
! used in ancient times for precise- 'rush ideas and ideals with bombs
ly this martial purpose. Today. and jet-propelled missies.
j the shofar continues to fulfill its Through all the dismay and
I ancient function. Like the bugle, terrified stampeded cuts the
it summons man to action. There ancient and piping voice of the
is one vital difference. j shofar. to embolden men's hearts
While other peoples were im- and illuminate their understand-
proving the instrument for battle lne-
action, Israel's historical circum- Many thoughtful and patriotic
stances taught its people to trans- Americans have shared the ap-
mute the call of the war horn, prehensions of Sen. Margaret
I Today when bugles call to death Chase Smith, Henry Steel Com-
I atomic, hydrogenic or biologic.: mager, and Arthur Schlesinger,
i take your choicethe shofar Jr.. at the tactic of smear and
calls for world unity and har- intimidation which besmirches
' mony. our current scene. An America in
The flare and flourish of the which en are not free to search
bugle call arouses massed ranks fr and express their conception
on the open field. It would be a of, hl8h truth betokens the sui-
queer bugle indeed that would cide of tne dream of Paine and
be secretly sounded into a well Jefferson, of Lincoln and Frank-
to mute the sound from unfriend- lm D Rosevelt.
ly ears. Yet such was the mode j A country where men fear to
of sounding the shofar in Spain, be radical, to seek a radical so-
of the Inquisition, according to | lution of the problems of racial
Ibn Berga and other medieval au- ,' and economic injustice, is a sick
thorities. We would hardly ex- country, whose body erupts in
pect to arouse men by furtively | sores and lesions. When men can-
raising the call behind locked | not trust their friends and must
shutters, as Abraham Manin, I speak in guarded tones even to
' leader of Marrano congregation, | their closest ones, freedom is
described the ceremony in mod-1 dead.
em Terehan. But the Jew per-' Most tragically ironic of all
sists in the conviction that, just the suppression of free thought
as the glorious day of the Torah-1 and speech by force and fear
gift was heralded by the still, kills the essence of the demo-
.-mall and somewhat wheezy cracy it purports to defend, and I
voice of the tarn's horn, just so never, never succeeds in killing I
win the even more glorious day ideas. i
of redemption be announced bv t .k__ u j
the shofar. On that day will the xhltSS? 2^ !&&'
lost members be reassembled, the and Hest thTT? trad,t,n '
scattered souls retrieved and the ,? S,hfar speaks
sweetness of eternal peace des- gf.J" ^"l^JT^ ""2 '
cend when men shall no more vf"-1* '" fd'eV Sp?ln and
learn and pursue the arts of war Yemen dnd all the muckholes of
p. ,,s ar' oppression of history. Conscience
5, a fe,arj" r.0UP. f can speak and it will be heard
hBX? n"! t t d "I the" lf refuses t0 -vield t0 fear and
i.idden places to hear the re- terror
quired notes. It would have been
cling to the disguised candle" on apn/',L shofar has a mes-
mothers yahrzeit and mentally p*?, ',!"** wtlll*ul hear ll-
disavow the bread and wine of he"1,,"0"8" of the. *CA. ha.
communion? Whv not rio clear ,w ~ vo,'ce wnen hc tclls
of the smothering' blanket of fear- Congress that words are more
fear of the authorities: fear and lmp,,tanl ln a struggle for con-
suspicion of the spies in one's J^T .than. al? guns or ever>
own midst" fod- America has a story to tell
Then the shofar cries It is Ih T'16, str>\<* freedom
redolent witr, the echoes of Li! a"d democracy. "the words of
,.,......,,. ...u.-u __,ecnoes ?f Past freedom are unpolluted by sup-
.--. centuries which refuse to be for- Dort
Outrun- n( Wnn.,._______ < .... "
of reactionary regimes
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
f3SSS ES"^s:='
the heart. It is, for all its secret- Unlfed States o Amlrf,?' n
neness. a summons u'.iiec. states of America will
It calls to courage m the face will
be issuing shofar blasts which
ii cans io courage in the face will confound enemies of liheriv
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Thi PTp and power lhe bu6'e b'ast of dcstrucUon
I. i; ar *" rl another the people of the world will only
rce. It frightens the enemies close the shutters or repair to the
0 freedom. We can comprehend caves; quietly and secreUy thev
its mystery for the Jew. linked will sound the shofar in the
by its voice tnrough space and depths of the well
time, but whv are the Yemenite The k.. i_ _
Arabs, clearly ,n the major,? and < ToTah with lU^fe* ^
Will all the means of coercion ml .ft a Ten Command-1
at hand, dismave bv its caU' rrf tk u^T ?Ut th stI'dency "
Is it truly, as "the modern He SLSu bVg,r? Jor ll bears the -
brew writer, S. Yavnc.li snecu" ^? S .fwGod: "He sha" Jude
lates. because they "know about: ST", the nat'nS' and sha"
the King Messiahsof our T they Ihlu^Jll P60pleSJ And
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they are afraid?
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bugle and the fl.-X ? K.w -.LUp .s*.ord against nation.
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T0 ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. D. F. Bloodworth
GREETINGS
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TIPPING THE SCALES \
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Mr. Winkler sat buck in his
Cnair, He should have been very
comfortablefelt completely at
ease. It was Rosh Hashona. He
had been lo the synagogue and (.harity that you have discharged
words of the rebbe kept running
through his years.
"You cannot live in ivory tow-
ers.-' he had said. "You must not
believe that because you have
given some money for this or that
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now at home he had enjoyed an
excellent meal. Everybody had
been wishing him a Happy New
Year and all the signs were that
he would have one. He enjoyed
good health, his business was
flourishing. He should have been
completely at ease;but there was
something disturbing him.
It was the rabbi's sermon which
disturbed him. Something which
the rabbi had said. Really, I
should say rebbe instead of rabbi,
for that is the way he preferred
to be called. He was a modern
manthis rabbi, but he preferred
to be called in the old fashioned
way and he seemed to have in-
your responsibility to your fellow j
men and to God.
"Look at the laborer hauling
the bricks for the building of an j
edifice. He sweats, perspires,
dirties himselfin the erection of t
the beautiful bfhlding. Do you j
think you can help build the i
edifice of a Jewish lifeof a fine
social life without pain, withoui
some strenvous effort, without !
perspiration. You cannot dis-
charge your responsibity by sim- |
ply giving a mint of moneyyou
must give of yourself.
"Unless the giving represents a
real sacrifice, you have not given
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HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
corporated in himself all of the j of yourself. Unless you labor and
wisdom of the ancient rabbis even cl'i-ty your hands in this work of
though he was abreast of modern; erecting the beautiful edifice of
culture society, your merit is small.
Mr. Winkler had great respect \ Brethren, it is only the dirt and
for the rebbe. He felt he was a perspiration that will save us.
man of truth and some of the | Mr. Winkler looked about him-
truth which the rebbe had de- self. Everything was lmmaculate-
livered in his Rosh Hashona ser- ly clean. Everything was beauti
mon seemed to him just a little
unpalatable.. It seemed to him
i that the rebbe Jiad pointed the
accusing finger directly at him
' in his sermon. Yet why should
that be so. He was a prosperous
I man, but is prosperity a sin. No,
I the rebbe was not attacking his
I prosperity.
What was the rebbe
ing? Had he not given to charity
given to many charities, in fact,
Let the record be examined. It
would be shown that he had not
for years neglected to send a
check to the charities. But the
ful. The rebbe was wrong, but
the words of the rebbe kept ring-
ing in his ear. Mr. Winkler rose
from his chair and took his hat.
He would go and see the rebbe.
Upon arriving at the rebbe's
home, Mr. Winkler went straight,
to the point but he hardly had
t need for it. "I know," said the
attack- leobe, anticipating him. "what you
are worried about. A number of
others have already spoken to
me about it. You mean my saying
that it is the dirt that saves us."
"Yes, rebbe." said Mr. Winkler.
(Continued on Page 78
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(Continued from Page 66)
on the queue have begun to take
part in the conversation. Almost
all of them are Roumanian Jews
from the "Transylvania," the ship
that arrived yesterday from
Constanza bearing refugees
brought to Israel by the United
Jewish Appeal. They are all
happy -to have got away. "Alou-
mania," says a dark-haired man
with black-horn-rimmed glasses,
"Jews can't stay in Roumania.
There are still more than a quar-
ter of a million there, and almost
all want to get out. Even the
Shede, the Jewish Communists,
those that have been making the
propaganda against us and Israel,
even they would go if they could.
But they are scared for their
skins." There follows a discussion
about the "Shede." There are two
schools of thought: One, that their
conduct is inexcusable. The other,
that they are poor people who
found that the only way they can
rr\ke a living is to shout Com-
munism from the housetops. The
truth is probably somewhere be-
tween the two. Whether ^ex-
"Shede" members should be al-
lowed into Israel when they de-
cide to change their minds is
another topic that leads to heated
exchanges. It is significant that
in spite of all the advantages to
be gained from membership, the
"Shede" constitute less than 5%
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer
the Sisterhood and the entire Membership of the
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
Extend to All Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
the Roumanian government has
slightly relaxed the restriction on
the emigration of the Jewish
youth. But none believe that this
state of things can last. "Get them
out quickly! Tombrrow the doors
may be shut." These are the
sentiments of all. Before the youth
are corrupted. Before the adults
lose the remainder of the strength
and spirit their present hopes
have left them.
From the disjointed stories of
new arrivals and reports of local I
conditions received from the Is-
rael Legation in Bucharest as well
as the "shlichim" who worked or
are working in Roumania, it is
possible to complete a depressing
picture of Jewish life in a country
that has for centuries past been
one of European Jewry's main
centers. There are still 280,090
Jews in Roumaniamore than in
any country in the world except
Israel, Russia and the United
States. It was their tragedy that
in 1947, when the Roumanian
government was ready to permit
them to emigrate freely and take
their belongings with them, the
British authorities in Palestine
kept the gates of their promised
land closed to them. In December
1947. the last ship left Constanza
to run the British blockade. The
Communist authorities clamped
down tightly on Zionism. The
Zionist movement was declared
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fact that speaks more about the
spirit of the community than
volumes of articles.
Stories are bandied about. Anna
Pauker. Roumanians Jewish For-
eign Minister, is a favorite butt.
Her father is in Israel. At one
time Anna tried to get him
"liquidated," but apparently
changed her mind and let him go.
Her two children are also not in
Roumania. One of them is in
Russia. The whereabouts of the
other is a mystery. Warsaw and
Paris figure among the many
guesses. Then the talking acquires
a more sombre note. People re-
member their own children. They
remember the indoctrination to
which they are subjected in the
Communist schools. "We must get
them out quickly," says a tall,
serious man; "Unless we do, they
will all be made into good little
Reds and it will be too late. We'll
have lost them for good. We have
lost many already." The others
agree with him. They are able
to forgive much and to forget
much. But this snatching of the
souls of their sons and daughters
they will never excuse, never
acquiesce in. They know that now
Israel were asked to leave. They
did not leave. Instead, the Rou-
manians jailed them.
In spite of persecution at times
amounting to terror, the Zionist
movement continued its activities
underground. Secret meetings
were held, and letters were sent
by messengers to maintain contact
between the various parts of the
country. The government's call to
all Jews to join the Communist
party and to forsake their "bour-
geois, reactionary, anti-Socialist
Zionist movement" was not heed-
ed, in spite of the support it
received from the Communist
Jewish press. Needless to say,
there was no other Jewish press.
The government went out of its
way to support Communist Jewish
clubs, among them special clubs
for Communist Jewish women.
But membership in these organ-
izations never reached even 10%
of the Roumanian Jewish com-
munity.
At the same time the economic
situation of Roumanian Jewry be-
came desperate. Most Jews be-
longed to the middle class or were
small traders. Both of these sect-
(Continued on Page 73)
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PAGE SEVENTY-TWO
vJewist Fhridinr
FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER
1950
ISRAEL COURT TO TRY COLLABORATOR
HAIFA, (JTA)The first trial i the prosecution, while two will
in Israel under the recently en- ; testily in behalf of the defendant,
acted law giving the government. Under questioning, Banek ad-
power to try and punish, if con- i mitted having been arrested in
victed, Nazis and Nazi collabora- Czechoslovakia after the end of
tors found within the territory of
the Jewish state will open here
this week.
The defendant who will face a
magistrate in a preliminary hear-
ing in the next few days, is 31-
year-old Andrei Banek, a Slovak
non-Jew who entered Israel in
July, 1949, together with iiis Jew-
ish wife. Bunek is charged with
having been a member of the
Slovak pro-Nazi Hlinka Guard,
with having served on a Nazi
newspaper, with having stolen; secretary of the group. He de-
Jewish property during the period charges of having committed
following the" collapse of the \ terrorist acts against Jews, de-
Czechoslovak Republic and with I he killed any. Jews, and m-
the murder of at least one Jew-| *? that he rescued a number
ish child I *nem- However, he cannot pro-
_, _____-*j u : I duce witnesses to support the last
Banek was recognized toy in- ___?-_.:__ KK^
mates of an immigrant transit contention.____________________
camp as soon as he arrived in' __. m _
II na 1 H riih Sets
Up Committee
For Serviee Men
LEGAL NOTICE
the Nazi regime, but said he was
released because of insufficient
evidence against him. In 1949
Banek and his wife, whom some
of the witnesses accuse of hav-
ing surrendered her Jewish faith,
applied for emigration to Canada,
where it is believed money he
misappropriated during the Nazi
regime is hidden.
Banek also admitted member-
ship in the Hlinka organization,
but insists that he was not a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
11TH Jt'DlCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
RiR DAUK CoCNTY, F1AIRIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 1360*3.
JOHN M. FRANCO, I'lalntlff, vs.
DOROTHY FRANCO. Defendant.
TO: DOROTHY FRANCO
R.F.D. 49 BARK STREET
SWANSEA. MASSACHUSETTS.
Toil are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce on the I'kaln-
tifrs attorney, and to file the original
Answer In the Office of the Clerk t
the Circuit Court on or before the
Ind day of October. 1950; otherwise
the Hill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confused by you.
DATED lit Miami, Florida, this 31
day of August. 1950.
E. B. l^ATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney
NORMAN R. LYONS
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
78-15-32-29
LEGAL NOTICE
Israel and was reported. How-
ever, in the absence of legal au-
thority to hold him the police
released the Slovak who later fled
to Nazareth to hide. He was re-
arrested recently after passage of i WASHINGTON. D. C. Be-
the law providing punishment, cause of the present national
for persons who aided the Nazis, j emergency, B'nai B'rith's nation-
Fifty witnesses, including one ai Executive Committee has voted
who said he was a witness to the to set up a "B'nai B'rith Service
Committee for the Armed
Forces." It will extend the work
of the present B'nai B'rith Na-
tional Committee on Veterans Af-
fairs with the following three-
point program:
1. To continue the program of
service for men and women in
uniform everywhere, with respect
murder of a Jewish child by
Banek. have been assembled by
Israel Immigrant
Is Charged With
Aiding Xazis
TEL AVIV. (JTA)Ria Hines. to the present conflict.
29-year-old recent immigrant, was
remanded on bail for two weeks
on charges of having collaborated
with the Nazis.
Miss Hines. a resident of Ramat
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COITRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIHCCIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 135081.
McCLAIS W. HAMILTON, I'lalntlff.
vs. MAOOIE HAMILTON,
Defendant.
TO: MAOOIE HAMILTON
\2 BEST STREET
DAYTON. OHIO
YOU are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney, and to file the original
Answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of October, 1950; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed bv you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 31
day of August. 1950.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attornev:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
914 Olympla Rulldlng
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 134995.
HENRY (iKOKUE WILI-S, I'lalntlff,
vs. tilSELDA CABTELLO WILL*,
Defendant.
TO: U1SELDA CA8TELLO WILLS
9) Rua Domingos Ferrelra
Rio de Janeiro, Brasll
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for IHvorce has been
filed against you. and you are hereby-
required to serve a copy of yotir
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before
the 25th day of September. 1950;
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
IMted this 25th E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court:
(Circuit Court 45eal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
OEOROE J. TALIANOFF f
Attorney at Uw
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9/1-8-15-22
LEGAL HOTICE
ciirlS
2. To support the national civil
defense program.
3. To continue service to the
disabled veterans in hospitals.
The Service Committee will | M.ilf',",lF!,rldft
Yitzhak, an offshot of Ramath back the pledge made recently "_____________________________
Gan. is charged with having de- bv Frar.k Goldman, president of notice to creditors
nounced to the Nazis Jews who the order, that B'nai B'rith with ,N K r,"'NTT JUIxjes court
were hiding from them. The, all that it has. is unitedly and! I^Uw'.'a. w^BA$S"3e.
people she is alleged to have be- unreservedly behind President! MT0S.
irayed were later beaten and tor- Truman and our government" ,n "' estate of
tured in the Osweicim death during the present Korean crisis. | CHABLB8 P. RBDBH,
camp and shipped to crematoria. A detailed program is now To inCrSattor. and All Persons H.v-
While an auxiliary guard at the being worked out for lodges and | lug claims or Demands Against
notice of intention to make
application fo* final
discharge
in county judge's court,
dade county. florida.no.
20446.
RE: ESTATE OF
ALTON REYNOLDS DILLARD,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the estate of Alton Reynolds
Dlllard, deceased: and that on the
21st day of September, 1950. I will
apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Alton Rey-
nolds Dlllard, deceased.
This 17th day of August, 1950.
ELM1RE ROBICHAUD DILLARD,
Administratrix.
MORTON R< >TH EN BERG
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Administratrix
8/25 9/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUB1 iraTTT
IN THE CIRCUIT coVht 0N
CATHERINE S. RYAN n, ,
LELAND RYAN.^Defen,*"',"" V,
SUIT W)R mv ?
TO: LELAND RYAN KCK
,c/o Whalen Drag cm.,
79th street and Mam P ny
New York Ch !PZ*n,
You are hereby notifi-H ..
?M Z0****" *r I.""& h" \Bi-
filed against you-, gnd VDU are b**a
to eervw a rqpy ot vour in Wlulr Pleading to the Bin Ki"]> <*
the Plaintiff's Att0r2?nlalnt n
WATCK. SeyboW'^ ftC*
*C Florida, and Hie th,MiMll
Answer or Pleading In th. ?I}Ki'at
the Clerk of the Circuit Q.ur '* *
before the 12th day of s on w
1950. If you fall to do o ikj'"'""*.
d*fuu* will be take" SaftS '*"'
TM^Ioe.ahall be publish
*<5B
each week for four
consecutive
(Circuit Court Heal) Fnrll.
By WM. W. STOCKING
JACK BLOCK Deputy Cier,.
34 Seybold Building
Miami-3J, Florida
S&S'VK ,or Plaintiff
8/18-25 971-*
Israel. ed by the National Veterans Af-I*,ut* "' CHARLES F. REDER. de-
An Arab caught carrying sedi- fairs and Americanism Depart- UTt^Hon' W F^BuSntSn o-'umv
tious documents-including in- mest of the Supreme Lodge Iitdge of Da* Cwntyf^'lKe
Structions from the Arab Legion The provision in the order's *""" >" ni" ''"' '" the County .
command requesting information national constitution exemDtine ,*"u.rh..uw- in Hade county, Florida, 1007 Olympia Build'in
of a military character covering B'nai B'rith members serving in Vto+^toTtSfitiSS^ ? vTm+U*
Israels territorywill soon Stand the armed forces from pavment' f. Bald cUlm,Tor denvlndrtc. conteln V'5 ________
trial ir. the Haifa District Court of dues to B'nai B'rith has been lh l*al Wreaa <.f the cUlmant and
on charges of espionage, it was invoked. The executive commit- ",' '" ;*""' '" "''! i"-t-d as
rennrted here n i j ? wmuiu* afc.resaicl. or same will be barred. See
.tponea nut. tee also voted, in accordance with Section 120 of the lU Probate Act.
order of publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for dade county,
florida. in chancery, no,
1S4916.
LEON A LEVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY LEVIN. Defendant.
TO: HENRY LEVIN
206 West 92nd Street
New York. New York
Toil are hereby ordered and required
to serve a copy of your Answer to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
a copy of which is enclosed herewith,
on Plaintiff's attorney, and file Ue
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
20th day of September. 1950, otherwise
the allegations of said Bill will be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this '.'2ml
day of August, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
RUTH 8.-POZIN, Plaintiff ...
vKAMUEL POZIN Defend,n.'
To: SAMUEL POZI.N ''
48 Seventh Avenue,'
Passaic, New Jersev
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFlPn .1. .
SL nm,SL ComPla">< 'or DivorS V.
been filed against vou and ,nf. .
required to serve a com at ,
answer or pleading to the li,ll o ,?0T
plaint on the plaintiff, ;
ESS *"?" Kaplan. SBO BertS
Building, Miami, Flon.l,,, ,! J^S*
original answer or pleuduur in C
(.?ffice of the Clerk' ,. 1 'he ",,'",!
Court on or before the i'.,n ^3
September, 1950. If you falf
You Go to Bed
TO SLEEP
-NOT TO FRET
the order's constitution, to vest'
with membership in B'nai B'rith
members of AZA who become
alumni and enter the armed
forces. In addition, the executive
committee ordered that members
of the B'nai B'rith Women. B'nai
B'rith Girls, B'nai B'rith Young
Men, and B'nai B'rith Young
Women who enter the aimed
services be considered members
of those agencies ir. Mood stand-
ing without payment of dues
during the period of their service
oer notice bow small
troubles look big to you
and greater trouble*
teem crushing srhea
nervous tension keeps
you awake at night?
You can't be at your
best mentally or phys-
ically unless you get
sufficient sleep.
Wiles iVerelna bat
helped thousands to
more restful nights and
more peaceful days.
Ask your druggist fee
Mllee Nervine. CAU-
TIONuse only as di-
rected. Bfftrveeoent
Ublett. 35c tad TSt
-Liquid, 25c andfLOQ.
Miles Laboratories.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE is hereby given thai
\ I' TOR FLOMINQ and ANNETTE
\ UltHK, who formerl) nd 1
a co-partnership of the firm n
of l-LOMI.NU .v VORSE, haw dl
"olved their parti rshlp ., of A is
-'' '..... and thai the said 1 .
1 -- of Fl.' i.MINc ,v VORSK
hereinafter I......ndui t.-.l solely 1,1
\ ICTOR FLOMINO: that all persons
v'" ei neil are herebj notified tli .t
ANNETTE VORSE has sold all ner
1 Ight, title and Inters t in said h .
n. -s. and is no longei 11 spom ll>|< for
any del :- arising nut of said buslm
and thai all ..I the asset* ,,|.'
names, accounts, and e.....1 will ..f
'"' '' ;~" "hall be the sole uron-
erts ..f the said VIPTtiR I 1.0M i\<;
and the .-:inl VICTOR FLOMINd here-
bj assumes the debts ..r the formi
partnership 1 ndui ted bs them
Tills NOTICE shall be published
once .. week r. r n period of i.
weeks in the JEWISH FLOrhhan
SHERBURT 8. WEISS
vttorney f.., Annette V'or
.-111.. -.1::. Seybold Bldg
-Miami, Florida.
1 late Sepl I, A.D. 1950.
HERBERT s SHAPIRO,
As Executor of the Last will and
Testament of Charles F. Reder,
I.....ased,
RERICK anil SHAPIRO
By MORRIS BERICK
Attorneys f..r Executor
" K-15-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |R HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctjtlous name of
WHITE'S BETTER CANDIES al 1542
gton Vvenue, Miami Beach,
PU11 Ida, intends to glster said name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Courl
..f Dade County, Florida
PHILIP VANOPP
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attornej b>i Philip V,in.,if
i- 1. 11. In Road
Mian lb ai h, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rnttacr in
business under the fictitious naue of
Kiddy Klothes Mobile at 3362 S.W.
23rd Street, Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
.f the I'iii-ult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORRIS OOLDBBBO
LILLIAN B, OOLDBERC.
MILTON A. PRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Building
i :'". I'-l-S-u,
. by default will be taken
against you for the relief dVmandS
in the Bill of Complaint ma"deil
This notice shall be published ones
each week for lour consecutive week.
in The Jewish Ploridl.-.u Ml"
.k,SDt?A rdI*d Mlmi, Florida,
this lath day of August i-,n
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court ^V""^ n'"^
By WM. VV. STOCKING
MYERS. HraMAN' KAPLAN *t
630 Seybold Building
Miami, Plorlda
Attornevs for rialntiff
S>/l-2.i 9/1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Fill: DaDE county,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No
2I4&3
I" Re: ESTATE 1 >F
Louis Minsk. Deceased
T AH Creditors and All Pi raons 11..\ -
Ims or Demands Against
d I tate:
1*011, and each of vou, are hereby
notified and required to presenl an)
' '',""- ""l demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate o( I.. His MINSK, d......|
lat of Miami, Dade County, Florida
to the 11..11 W P. Blanton, County
Judge ..1 Dade County, and file th
?..... his office In the Counts
'i Dade County, Florida
elghl calendar months from
in.- date of the rirst publication her
or. Said claims or demands to conn
the legal address ..f th
to be sworn to and pre-
aid, .. same will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. encase In
business under the flctltioua mime of
PhEK-OP-U at 811 S \V. Ilrd Street.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said came with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade Poiiiitv. Florida.
LEO SMAIN
GEOROE J TALIANOFF. ESQ.
120 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
8 18-2,1 9 1--
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Golden Gate Grocery al 851 South
Iii\i.- Highway, Coral Gables, Florida,
Intends t.. register s;i|d name with
the Clerk .-f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL HOLTZMAN
Sole i iwner
MILTON A PRIEDMAN
am..1 nej for applicant
'.> '8-15-22-29
aln
1 ilmanl and
nted .1- .. fore.
NOTICE UNDER FICTI
NAME LAW
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___________ >'. "" '-""' "" ,,,:;:' ,v''"-' Ac
TIOlTs^ AUU"' A '950
. ,. A 1:1:11: MINSK
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN thit ; i" 'x,-'""it of the Lasl Will and
the undersigned, desiring to engage j l im-nt of LOUI8 MINSK
business under the fictitious name ..',.'" ''-"'
of CARLTON SHOP al 823 1......', "JERS, HEIMAN A- KAPLAN
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends Attorneys J01 Executrix
^ ,_................. '"'<"-'. oil.-nils ........- J
to register said name with the Clerk -" :' ;-v'
of the ircuit Court of Dade County------------------
nils
rk
Florida. '""......" '""',y'
BEN Kss,^M^'; NUWBAUM
Attorney for 8amu-i Nutflbaum
p/1-8-1 S*2S
Britain's war with France in
1695 was partly paid for by a
tax on bachelors.
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ELEVENTH JIIM.IA1. CIRCUIT
I IF FLORIDA. IN ArUvlUm TJM51?
MIINTV. IN iMAM'ETVT, No.
1347S7.
MARION MACPHKIISo.v, I'lalntlff,
vs. ROBERT C. M.M 'l'lll \:>0S.
I>efendant.
TO: ROBERT C. MACI'HEi:>' N
t .Miir.l...-k Road,
East Rorkaway,
Long Island, New York
You are required to serve a fopy ol
your answer t the Bill of I'otnplair.t
for Divorce on the plaintiff > attorney,
and to file the original answer in lh
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the It'll day -I
Sept., A.D. 1950; othenil-. thi Bill
of Complaint for Dlvorre, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Ploii.lu. this Ike
14 day of Aug.. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the i\
Dade County, 1. Ida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: C. R H IL80N,
Dei
Name and Address of
I'laintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. PRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg..
Miami, I- lorida.
B/18-2S 9/1-K .
Clerk,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT uF '1
11TH JI'DICIAL CIKCI IT IN AND
POR DADE COUNTY, I d'.ll'A-
IN CHANCERY, No. I3472S.
In IRIS B i i'Ci INNOR, I'alntlff. '"
WALTER H. O'CONNOH I*
ant.
I'll: WAI.TKIt II. O'CONNOR
435 WEST LEXINGTON l'i:l*<
QLENDALE, CALIFORNIA
YOU ARE HEREBY REyl'IRED^M
. n the
serve a copy < your Answi
mil ..r i lomplaint f..i Divo
I'lHintiff's Attorney and to Hie IJ
original Answer In the Ol
Clerk ..f the Circuit Courl on
the Mil day of S'epteinlrf-i
wise the Bill of Complain:
filed herein will be taken ai
feiaed by you. ., ,h
DATED .it Miami. Florida, the nt
day of AukusL IM0Leat..... ,.
Clerk of the Cli ill ''"',"
Dade County Floi na
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
STOCKING.
Dt t-'le*
Name and Address of
Plalntirri Solicitor:
NORMAN It. LYONS
114 i llj mpla BiiildinK
Miami Florida.
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NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .,,.,...-,,,.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY fll\KS
the underalsmed, dealrlng I..... u .
buainesa under the II' tltlou;
Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
BEATBICE BLANK
MARION ERKIII.1N"
ROSE KRAMER
JACK MILLER.
DAVID BLANK.
MICHAEL BLANK
MYERS. HEIMAN kAII.>>
Attorneys for Appli'at
1/18-26 /l-t


5AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
+Je*isiinr)ritf&L
PAGE SEVENTY-THREE
*
The President. Officers and Board ol Directors
of the
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL THE MEMBERS AND TO
THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
$
EVERY GOOD WISH FOR THE YEAR TO COME
^Jfflr. anfr jJfos. -Norman ^. fl^om
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
WEST END SCHOOL
1438 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-5116
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ACE FURNITURE COMPANY
3051 GRAND AVE.
PHONE 48-2118
VISIT OUR NEW STORE
7500 N.W. 7th. AVENUE. PHONE 7-4448
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
/Wgidairt Appliances Evtarude Outboard Motors
Records Radios VsxitT Hsrdwsrs BJ>.S. P.inis
D. D. FREEMAN
Okeechobos Road. Hialosh, Fie. Phone 88-2123
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner oi Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Custombilt Furniture Mfg. Co.
f NE- 40h Street Phone 78-4781
lowrooms Corner 79th St. and Biscayne Blvd.. Phone 78-4244
LTR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS
AND TO ALL ISRAEL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
Jews Behind
The Iron Curtain
(Continued from Page 71)
ors were earmarked for extinc-
tion. Communist Roumania did
not admit the right of a man to
keep a store he had worked all
his life to build up, or even to
maintain some petty livelihood
derived from peddling wares.
Everything had to come under
state control, and the anti-
Semitism still widespread in the
country saw to it that Jews got
few of the official licenses that
would have permitted them to
remain as managers of their own
businesses on behalf of the gov-
ernment. They were summarily
kicked out, and good Aryan Com-
munists put in their place. Left
without money and without
means of earning a living, Rou-
manian Jewry has the choice of
becoming a subservient pawn in
the plans of its Communist rulers,
or getting out. There are very,
very few who are not frantic
to get out.
The kind of procedure followed
with Jewish shopkeepers and
businessmen is perhaps best il-
lustrated by an actual example.
Of the 2500 drug stores in Rou-
mania, 80% were owned by Jews.
In almost every case, this is what
happened: Government officials
would enter the pharmacy and
give the owner 24-hours' notice
to hand it over to the state. The
order to clear out applied usually
not only to the pharmacy itself
but also to the owners' living
quarters, which were often in the
same building. What the victim
did afterwards was, in the words .
of one Roumanian security police !
officer, "none of our concern*"
A few shops managed to escape
this fate, but instead was sub- '
jected to periodic searches during
which money found on the
premises was confiscated as "be-
lnging to the state." The sale
of their possessions became the
sole means of livelihood for more
than 95% of the Jewish popula-
tion. One "bourgeois" sector after
another was attacked. Private
property and houses were con-
fiscated. Non-Jews suffered too,
but since much of Roumanian
trade had been always concen-
trated in Jewish hands, the gov-
ernment's propaganda drive
against capitalism was always
tinged with anti-Semitism. It paid
the Communists to exploit pop-
ular prejudice, and this was done
ruthlessly, without much consid-
eration for the finer points of
Communist dogma.
Theoretically, the object of all
this activity was to force the
Jewish population into "produc-
tive work." But in practice it did
not work out this way. First of
all, nobody who was a known
Zionist can get work. This means
quite a lot of people. A few of the
rank and file of the movement
were permitted to work after
signing an official recantation, but
this was not a popular course.
Secondly, few Jews were skilled
artisans. Hence they could only
be used as unskilled labor, once
their businesses were taken from
them. In Roumania this often
meant being conscripted for vast
schemes carried out by what were
to all intents and purposes slave
i workers. A new canal, now in
' process of construction, that will
; link the Danube delta with an-
other part of the Black Sea coast,
| is being built in this way. Need-
| less to say. the despoiled Jewish
population does not flock to vol-
unteer for such jobs.
On the other hand, people who
earn no wages or salaries are not
eligible for ration cards, and thus
. have to buy their food in the
black market. After being dis-
Vossessed. the majority of Rou-
manian Jews found, therefore,
that not only did thev have to sell
(Continued on Page 79)
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431 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191
Where the Libby's have everything you need for the office
TYPEWRITERSADDING MACHINESCHECK PROTECTORS
DESKSSAFESCHAIRSFILING CABINETS
Plus a Stationery Department
It will pay you to pay them visit
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL A MOST
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18S3 Wed Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 5 0481
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PATRICIAN HOTEL
3621 COLLINS AVENUE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
GOVERNOR CAFETERIA
AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT
Washington Avenue at 12th Street
PHONE 58-2979
TO ALL SEASONS
GREETINGS
FLORIDIAN HALF PINTS INC.
1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
GLEASON'S BAKERY
Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717
Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Cakes and Sweet Rolls
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Belford's Produce & Trucking Co.
1299 N.W. 23rd Street 1722 N.W. 7th Avenue
- Miami. Florida
THE WITTERS
CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
1297 E. S. 10th Ct., Hialeah
PHONE 88-4679
HAXCOCK
Refrigeration Co.
'TRIGIDAIRE DEALER"
Sales and Service
1524 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 9-9578
H. C. HANCOCK, Prop.
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE REEF RAIT AND
TACKLE SHOP
"Where Fishermen Meet"
LTVE BAIT. BEER AND WINE
FISHING TACKLE
760 N. E. 79th Street
Phone 7-9232


PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR
* Jew is* Flcridlian
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
MR. and MRS.
J. Z. STADLAN
AND FAMILY
1838 Bay Road
Wish a Happy New Year to
The President, Officers, Board
Members, Principal, Teachers,
Members and Parents of the
students of the
Hebrew Academy
and their relatives and friends
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW PIANOS FROM
FACTORY TO YOU
BY
II.
509-15 N. W. Miami Court
PHONE 3-5221
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DM < STOKE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 86-2040
SIMON SEIDEN
Program Director
WFEC
JEWISH FORUM
RADIO HOUR
i li
''
EXTENDS SEASON'S
GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS SPONSORS
AND LISTENERS

Israel Learns "Know-How" Of Tourism
(Continued from Pas<-' t>y'
Turkish Otton an clays and parts
of British Common law from tne
and includes everything in the Mandate But just Like the stu-
hotel busii > proper bell dentg at the Hadassah i -1IIUU
hopping to managing. thi iwners learn last, unc*
Co, on this practical ,., ,.(l th. need for i
phase of -school's program. Ise- worwib
i. -The Israeli younj ..... thai leaves little dou
men and women made me happy ,he success : a givei lllld,i';
aid proud bv tl eii | ri rmai es taking. Tl us, when I Hit tor un
at these "hotel farms.' The reports states, the owners' associations
of their work were testimony in- were working on a comprenen-
deed to their ability to work hard hotel law readj ioi
and learn fast. Thus, when eight submission to the government.
t em served at an impressive' After a series of conference..,
function at the King David Ho- with leaders in the hotel indus-
tel the manager told me that trv Iseman helped them set up
their work and attitude were unifjed accounting systems and
spler.did'." measures for good and beverage
Perhaps one of the most note- control. -When I explained tne
worthv accomplishments of the urgent necessity of these controls
student bod v. Iseman said was! for efficient hotel operation
the professional way in which it iseman said, "they simply asked
handled the catering and service a fcw intelligent questions about
at the first diplomatic function methods. But you can bet dollars
held bv the American Consulate- t0 doughnuts that before long,
General in Jerusalem. More than Israel's hotels will be not only ,
100 guests, including top-ranking adopting these streamlined con-
diplomatic officials attended. As : trols but will operate with pin-
I watched trained young men polnt precision. And they will
and women perform their chores give tourists sen-ice that wiU
in expert fashion. I felt that the rank with tne best in Europe and
State University and Hadassah tne Americas.''
had teamed up "to do a first-rate : Iseman digressed for a mo-
job." ment from hotel specifics to talk
Iseman said that at the time ,bout Israel's people. "It is a
ft, the hotel school was op- cliche to say that you first realize
erating high gear. "From now ,. ,-mp these people are
istry will be assured after them in action. But
of ;, continuous flow of profes- that is .< "Ut the only appropriate
.!v trained personnel, whicl : eir knack for im-
would to many ol provising and getting things done
the trade's problems," he said. ^ground of over-
He pointed out, how. thai 1 political and eco-1
lai ked f 1 nnel was nomi< eroic pro-
not the only difficulty which portions But the Israelis donl
the hotel industry'. "Per thi t tl es in such terms
haps one of th< i I gnificant at all. They simply are deter-
nts during my mined to build a successful na-
. -was thi n liza- tion and the aunt confidence
industry that they that permeates their way of life
would perati on a mon espiti terrific difficulties -is
than I if I perhaps the most potent indica-
they were to build a flourishing tion thai they are on their way
tourist trade. System and organ- to the top."
ization would have to replace hit- ( He said that not only has
and-miss and muddling througr. Hadassah helped solve a parti-
methods." cular problem in Israel's eco-
"For example, I was amazed nomy. but that "by its compre- ,
that there was no code of hotel hensive program of services in ]
laws detaling the right of the Israel, it is striking a telling blow ]
owners, guests and provisions | for democracy. With democracy
for various phases of insurance | fighting for its life in the arena
connected with the industry. The of world politics, the significance
whole setup was governed by a | of this performance speaks for i
series of hangover legalisms from i itself."
45 New Americans Grateful For Jobs
(Continued from Page 68)
with the young agency is Mount
Sinai Hospital, which Kramer is
using as a training base for some
of the newcomers whom he does
not consider ready for employ-
;:. private industry. At the
hospital they become acquainted
with American work techniques,
improve their English and gen-
erally increase their skills. One
Mount Sinai alumni is now draw-
ing a very handsome salary as a
salesman. Others have also gone
to better jobs.
Emil Gould, who has devoted
n .derable time and energy to
establishment of the service
is chairman of the board of di-
rectors, which is currently being
reorganized and expanded.
"With the Jewish community
pledged to accept 54 New Ameri-
can families during 1951, it is
imperative that we, place as many
as possible of the refugees who
are now living here," Gould said.
"I call upon the Jewish com-
munity to assist us with this
vei y important task."
The first newspaper straw poll
was conducted in Harrisburg,
Pa., in 1824. acording to the En-
cyclopaedia Britannica.
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curioi
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 5-2503
Tempting Holiday Dishes
,--------------------------........-..,
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GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
f i NEW YEAR
*
LOUIE. PRISCILLA and
FRANK BANDEL
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
SUPERIOR HOME BUILDERS, INC.
964 EAST 25th STREET
HIALEAH
GREETINGS TO ALL
r \ss>ioiu: auto i 4 STORES TO SERVE YOU
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Phone 2-1045
AUTO SUPPLIES TIRES & TUBES RADIOS TOYS
SPORTING GOODS
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
BREAKFAST
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153 N.E. 1st Street
LUNCHEON DINNER
Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
White Rock Bottling Co. of Miami
3300 MARY STREET
PHC
ONE 83-1633
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
C. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
2148 Ponce De Leon Bird. Phone 442M
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
PALMER & RHYNE
PLUMBERS
864 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 9-7017
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
MAJOR ROLAND R. SWEET
U.S.M.C.R.
RECRUITING OFFICER
Post Office Building
Coconut Grove
.Florida
With the High Holy Days approaching and housewvies on the
alert for something new and unusual to grace thair tables, the test
kitchens of I. Rokeach & Sons have given a unique twist to two
staple Jewish dishesknishes and borschi. The food manufacturer's
homa economists recommend sliced kntshe roll, filled with mat
or potato, and hot borschtcabbage or beefas a tempting
combination for fall weather.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
L. & H. MILLER CO
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
LOUIS & HARRY MILLER & FAM11Y
1421 18th Street Miami B^


UJDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
+Jewish tkrktiain
PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
| a MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. L. Criswell
2900 S. W. 4th Street
Phone 4-3689
TO OUR MANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
DUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES
| FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY
The Year In Ui. Legislation
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
|A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
August Studio
INTERIOR DECORATING
1230 Alton Road
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Jack II. Pero
1411 S.W. Hth Street
Miami
TO OUR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Rod llad
liquor Store
EXTENDS HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
2036 S.W. 57th Avenue
Phone 4-9474
|toallamost
happy new year
Auto Trim
BERNARD STERN
|20 Alton Road Ph. 58-0651
Miami Beach
MIX YOUR
Motto**
>VITH
[#
CANADA DRY//""
Ginger A It /w
fORMEi '
BOTTLE
GREETINGS
Jck Wechsler
TOBACCONIST
326 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-1544
American Jewry found itself
confronted with the menace of
world Communism and also the
threatening rise of recationary,
neo-fascist elements within the
U.S. during the year 5710. Com-
plications of the tense world sit-
uation, aggravated by the out-
break of war in Korea, made the
Washington climate unhealthy for !
liberal legislation.
Jewish organizations striving
to promote humanitarian causes I
found themselves in a delicate,
situation. Communist-front or-1
ganizations, ostensibly advocat-
ing similar causes, confused the
general public. The Reds utilized
Cleverly camouflaged movements,
including a number of civil rights
groups, to achieve their purposes.
As a consequence, the anti-
Semites were quick to brand civil
rights, FEPC, or similar legisla-
tion as "Communistic." This
helped create an atmosphere un-
favorable for progressive develop-
ments.
Liberal legislation was defeat-
ed in Congress; testimony and
debate at times showed undeni-
able evidence of anti-Jewish
sentiment. Anti-Semitic efforts to
link Jews with Communism were
multiplied. Tpyical of reactionary
thought was a front page story
by a Washington correspondent
of the Chicago Tribune. The story
accused Sen. Herbert H. Lehman,
Associate Supreme Court Justice
Felix Frankfurter, and ex-Secre-
tary of Treasury Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr., of constituting a "secret
government," plotting to control
Washington. This type of in-
nuendo sought to link Jews with
communism, as the war caused
tempers to flare, and anti-Semites
exploited every opportunity to
inflame public opinion against
Jewry.
A German delegation from
Bonn visited Washington under
State Department sponsorship to
study the loyalty program. Dur-
ing examination of the Loyalty
Review Board's operations, the
delegation became confused by
the use of the work "Pinko." They
inquired, with typical German ef-
ficiency, into the exact meaning
of the term. "A pinko is anybody
who is opposed racial segregation
and who wants to fight for civil
liberties," they were told by an
official connected with the board.
William Dudley Pelley, one-
time fuhrer of the Silver Shirts
of America, was pardoned from
a Federal prison. Although the
Federal government generally
condemns such lunatic fringe
groups as the Silver Shirts or Ku
Klux Klan, the higher echelons
of neo-fascism escaped detection
in many instances. However, a
House committee did investigate
Merwin K. Hart's powerful Na-
tional Economic Council, an anti-
Semitic organization, and two
similar ultra right-wing groups.
These high-level subversives con-
stitute a threat to democracy
lacking the immediacy of the
Red peril but in the long run
just as dangerous. They infiltrate
not unlike the Redsand bore
from within.
Although strongly backed by
Administration, a move for Sen-
ate ratification of the United Na-
tions Convention on Genocide
encountered opposition from the
American Bar Association and
others. Dean Rusk, Deputy-Un-
der-Secetary of State, urged sen-
ators to support the measure. He
said: "The worst crimes of Nero
against the Christians failed to
reach the level of those perpetrat-
ed by Hitler against the Jews.
No one can yet have forgotten
the organized butchery of racial
groups by the Nazis, our enemies
in World War Two, which re-
sulted in the extermination of
6.000,000 Jews." If adopted, the
UN. genocide pact would define
the crime of genocide and obli-
gate states to prevent and punish
genocide within their respective
territories.
While a watered-down version
of FEPC passed the House, the
Senate killed FEPC for the third
consecutive year. A coalition of
Dixicrats and Republicans framed
up to vote down a Senate cloture
petition which would have forced
the bill before the Senate. Pre-
viously, during January, Senate
Democratic Leader Scott Lucas
promised to get a final vote "if
it takes all summer." The FEPC
bill was opposed by such organ-
ization's as Hart's reactionary
Economic Council, whose spokes-
man testified against civil rights
legislation. Hart's spokesman said
employers have a right "which
no government can take away"
to prefer Christians or whites.
Nazi war crimes were forgot-
ten. This year in Washington
Sen. McCarty argued effectively
on behalf of the "poor" Nazis
who machine-gunned unarmed
American prisoners and wounded
at Malmedy. The Waffen S.S.
Unit he defended burned so many
Jews on the Eastern Front it
earned the title of the "Blow
Torch Battalion."
Sixty convicted Nazi war crim-
inals were pardoned bv the U.S.
last Christmas. John J. McCloy,
American High Commissioner for
Germany, said we should allow
the "little Nazis" to return to
positions of importance. Some
' American military men urged
that Germany be re-armed
' "against the Communists." Abun-
dant evidence was presented in
Washington to prove the failure,
of the denazification program.
! Washington was disinterested. A !
number of resolutions were in-
troduced in the Senate and House
i citing the resurgence of Nazism
i and anti-Semitism throughout
i Western Germany. No action was
! taken.
The Army withdrew from cir-
culation films showing Nazi atro-
cities against the Jews. A Penta-
gon spokesman said that the
orientation program was changed
and that there was no desire to
prejudice American occupation
troops bound lor Germany against
the German people. These atro-
cities should be forgotten, he said,
because the real threat Is Com-
munism and the Americans and
Western Germans must unite
against it.
After a bitter Senate fight;
which abounded with anti-
Semitic innuendo and attacks on
Sen. Lehman, a Displaced Per-
sons Bill was passed last winter.
President Truman and the Ad-
ministration had pushed for its
passage, although Democratic
Senator Pat McCarran of Nevada,
judiciary committee chairman.
| blocked the bill for months. A
compromise measure, the bill was
advanced by the Catholic Church
as well as Jewish organizations.
Among those admitted under its
provisions will be a large num-
ber of Germans and 18,000 vet-
erans of Gen. Wladyslaw Anders'
Polish Armywidely known for
its hatred of Jews.
Robert P. Patterson, ex-Secre-
I tary of War, and Gen. Lucius
I Clay urged a House subcommit-
I tee to change the law so that
heirless property of victims of
the Nazis could be used for aiding
Jewish relief organizations. Chief
Post Office Inspector Clifton C.
Garner ordered such phrases as
"Jewish appearance" removed
from descriptions of fugitives on
"wanted" posters displayed in
post offices.
Last January, Lehman, 71-
year-old Democrat who was four
times governor of New York
State, was seated in the Senate.
He was the first Jew in the Senate
in many years. And Rep. John
Rankin, D-Miss., screamed in the
House that Albert Einstein was a
Jew "who should have been de-
ported, for his Communist activi-
ty, years ago." These and other
happenings combined to make up
the pattern of the year. As Rosh
Hashona approached, the outlook
in Washington was far from
bright. It appeared that freedom
was being attacked by Commun-
ists in Korea, and by Reds and
reactionaries at home. The price
of freedom, it seemed would be
vigilance and an unswerving
willingness to defend democracy
against attacks from whatever
quarter.
NEWMAN'S
SIGNS
"WE MADE SIGNS
BEFORE
WE COULD TALK"
332 N. E. Sad Avenue
WHONE 3-1003
THIS YEAR AS ALWAYS -
Best Wishes
for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
-.
dJt&utn
YOUR HOME-TOWN BAKERS FOR 37 YEARS
MR. AND MRS. MAURICE COHN AND FAMILY
and the
World Wide Importing & Exporting Co.
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE GOLDBERG
AND FAMILY
BARR AND BARR
61 E. 2nd Street
PLUMBERS
PHONE 88-2818
Hi.l.ah
TO ALL_____
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lloiitlcri Waterproofing Co.
ROOF MAINTENANCE
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Reed Furniture Manufacturers
DESIGNERS OF WHITECRAFT RATTAN FURNITURE
1023 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
M Alt NOR ASH FEDERATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LEON BERG. President
WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE NEW
Xllili in Eleetric Motor Co.
H. E. GRANT. Owner
M. E. ASSALONE. Manager
PHONE 2-6147
237 N. W. Second Avenue
GREETINGS TO ALL ON THE NEW YEAR
SHARET CHAPTER
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN


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(Continued from Page 65) tachment to the UnitedI Nations
in United Nation, debates that in another way. At he organm
the infant Jewish state put on tion's techi n_
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lead riowhi re at all. Hence, all
energies should be redirected
from stand-patism to an allout
constructive effort to write a uni-
versally acceptable control plan.
world Jewish community in gen-
eralwere particularly involved
in three other United Nations is-
sues One was a decision of the
General Assembly authorizing the
UN to make claims upon member
nations for reparations in the
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(This identical argument was death or injury of UN personnel
used by Israel in the debate on
isalem's future status* Partly
as a result of the Eban thesis, a
compromise resolution on the
atomic energy problem was
adopted, which called for just
such an effort.
2. Israel provided the outstand-
ing example of a vote based solely
on the merits of a case without
recourse to selfish interest. It
voted in favor of the establish-
ment of a new independent na-
in line of duty. This decision re-
sulted in a UN claim against Is-
rael over the assassination of Pal-
estine Mediator Count Folke
Bernadotte. The claim was argued
before the International Court at
The Hague, was won and Israel
responded by paying an indemn-
ity.
Another concerned the Geno-
cide convention. The Assembly
instructed the Secretary-General
to invite non-member states to
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Libya adding another to the ar- were active participants in one or
1 more of the Specialized Agencies
whom, as Eban pointed out. Is-
rael's relations had been less than
pleasant.
3. The Israel delegation strove
valiantly but vainlv for an atti-
or were parties to the statute of
of the International Court of Jus-
tice. The year saw additional
ratifications of the Covenant but
passed without the all-important
tilde and atmosphere of concilia- acti0n of parliaments of the major
tion on alJ matters that were un- powers
mistakably colored by cold-war Bul'jt was the 1950 session of
passions It argued against con- tne UN.S Human Rights Commis-
tmuation of the Little Assembly. sion that saw lhe jewish non-
which had been steadfastly boy- Governmental Organizations plav
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their most active role,
unofficial groups that have been
granted consultative status with
the world body.) At this session
the Commission framed an inter-
tional covenant on human rights
aimed at making legally binding
the principles set forth in the
Universal Declaration of Human
Rights.
The drafting efforts developed
into a running battle between the
Commission's American-led ma-
jority and the NGO's participat-
ing in an advisory capacity.
Carrying the fight for"Jewry were
the World Jewish Congress, the
Consultative Council of Jewish
Organizations and the Co-ordi-
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spoke up for less one-side Balkan
and Korean Commissions, also
- i '-boycotted, and for greater
efforts at compromise and con-
ciliation in these explosive areas.
ipted a similar attitude on
the question of human right; vio-
lations in Rumania. Bulgaria and
Hunt
In following this general doc-
' r Israel considered that it
was being obedient to the two
fundamental assumptions on
eh ttae> I'N. Charter and the
organization itself were based.
namely, thi e and need for
universal representation in a
peace organization guided by a
n7 ,h"WHr unan,m'tv P"nciple. nat.ng Committee of Jewish Or-
and the desire and need for ganizations. The fight, which
peaceful negotiation, discussion waxed hot and furio*s 'cmt^
and conciliation as a substitute on the nljht of individual pet tk,n
or conflict. In recent months as The NGO's lnsisted that
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duals and groups should be
granted the right of appealing '
violations of the covenant and
that an international court of hu-
man rights, a system of UN com-
missioners for human rights or
> va- and act upon the violations so
these two assumptions themselves
have become increasingly jeop-
ardized. Israel has re-asserted its
faith in them.
Reacting strongly to sugges-
tions that one blocthe Com-
munistsbe eliminated from
ister Moshe Sharett
rious occasions denounced such
a scheme, reiterated that a strong
and universal United Nations con-
stitutes a cornerstone of Israeli
foreign policy and has given
whole-hearted Israeli support to
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appealed.
The majority of Commission
members, however, held out for
restricting the right of appeal to
the governments ratifying the
covenant and this scheme 1-as
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significance of this Vote is that
the U.N.'s Communist members
have made the seating of the new
Peking regime a condition of thjeir
own continued participation in
the organization. Israel
no real im-
plementation could be anticipated
under a system of petitioning by
states alone.
It was once believed that living
also human beings placed in corner-
joined most of the U.N. s members stones would ensure the stability
in opposing aggression in Korea.' of a building, according to the
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    ous monuments from ancient
    times Israel possesses a very in-
    teresting live antiquity the
    Jerusalem sect known as Neturei
    Karta, which is today the most
    extreme manifestation of Eastern
    European Ghetto Judaism. Its
    only drawback is that it gives a
    lot of trouble to the Israel au-
    thorities.
    Neuturei Karta are the only
    consistent Jewish advocates of the
    internationalization of Jerusalem
    because they believe that the
    Holy City requires "liberation
    from the rule of the Sadducees."
    According to their own estimate,
    they number five thousand per-
    sons, in whose name they re-
    | quested U.N. protection and even
    Vatican assistance against the
    "Godless" Israel regime. Typical-
    ly, they do not attempt to in-
    fluence other Jews because they
    believe that even the Agudah
    became sinners when they agreed
    to join the Israel government.
    The "true Jews" hope only "to
    be released from sharing the fate
    of the un-Orthodox." which they
    believe must in due time come to
    resemble a second flood. To them
    any foreign rule is preferable to
    that of non-zealous Jews and they
    positively yearn for the good old
    days under the British when they
    enjoyed complete autonomy. They
    still say during the Seder: "This
    year we are slaves, next year we
    shall be free men," as they con-
    sider themselves in bondage
    under an impious government.
    Although the Chief Rabbinate's
    decision to declare Independence
    Day an occasion for thanksgiving
    prayers was not accepted by part
    of the regular rabbis, Neturei
    Karta members were the only
    ones who did not take part in the I
    festivities even in their own
    neighborhood. On the contrary
    they declared instead a day of
    mourning and fasting, stones were
    j thrown into houses in their quar-
    1 ter whose inhabitants listened to
    the march music broadcast all
    that day over the Israel radio.
    Some of their people lowered the
    Israel flag on a synagogue and
    raised a British one instead. In
    Jerusalem one of their rabbis
    justified this decision by compar-
    ing the present shameless dav of
    folk dancing with the good old
    times in Jerusalem, when even a
    husband and his wife would not
    walk beside each other in the
    street.
    Some of them would prefer to
    leave the country altogether, as
    they believe that self-liberation
    without a Messiah is forbidden.
    The use of force even for self-
    defense they hold to be idol-
    worship and independence not
    worth a single life. The difficulty
    seems to be that few other coun-
    tries share their attitude or are
    prepared to offer them the con-
    ditions of the British mandate
    which they apparently believe to
    prevail under any except non-
    Orthodox Jewish rule.
    Nothing has so far come of the
    story publicized by them that they
    intend to leave Israel for the Jor-
    danian part of Jerusalem. This
    fraction of the group seems to
    have been overruled. According
    to other sources their supporters
    in the U. S. refused to finance
    such a venture and they could
    not bring themselves to accept
    any offer by King Abdullah to
    maintain them. In any case Jeru-
    salemites still remember the time
    during the siege when they par-
    aded their street offering to sur-
    render the Jewish city to the
    Arabs.
    Service in the Israel army they
    reject on the grounds that Israel
    has no right to recruit in an inter-
    national city. They were very dis-
    appointed to hear that they could
    not go to the International Court
    of Justice at The Hague with this
    case unless some foreign country
    took it up for them. Jewish girls
    in the state of Israel have been
    invited by the selfsame "spiritual
    authorities" to brave prisons and
    commit suicide, if necessary,
    rather than perpetrate the heinous
    crime of joining the armed forces
    which Karta believe
    i!(11 worship, murder and
    unchastity.
    >." wonder even military
    have been attacked by Neturei
    Karta youths on Sabbaths n i-
    withstanding the fact that their
    u the frontline and
    their spiritual leaders cLsapprove
    of picking up stones for any pur-
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    All about us. rebbe. you know,
    the doctors, the hygienists tell us
    that cleanliness will save us. but
    vou speak in praise of dirt.
    " "No. no." said the rebbe. 1
    also approve of what the doctors
    ,sav about cleanliness. The Toran
    !was the first to preach about
    cleanliness. Why a good Jew is
    required to wash his hands before
    taking anything in his mouth, so
    stringent is Judaism about clean-
    liness, but still I say that dirt
    saves us."
    I think 1 see a little of your
    point." said Mr. Winkler. "but I
    wish you would elaborate on it.
    "Most assuredly." said the rabbi.
    "I'll tell vou what: Would you
    like to see how men are judged
    in Heaven?" "Surely," said Mr.
    Winkler, "but how is that possi-
    ble?"
    "Ah." said the rebbe. Heaven
    is not as far off as men think
    if we only seek to find it with
    humble and sincere hearts. Just
    lean back in your chair, Mr.
    Winkler and close your eyes."
    He had no sooner done this that
    there appeared before his eyes
    a vision of a Heavenly court. It
    seemed very much like an earth-
    ly court. An Angel was standing
    he was doubtless the prosecut-
    ing angeland after reading off
    the charges, was offering the evi-
    dence. There was. however, no
    contesting the evidence, for the
    Judge up there has a seeing eye,
    which immediately detects
    whether the evidence is true or
    not.
    The Judge after listening to the
    evidence, looked very grim. "I
    am afraid," said the Court, clear-
    ing his spiritual throat, "that the
    evidence is conclusive and the-
    fendant stands convicted in this
    Court of Justice. The defendant
    of course has the right of appeal
    to the Higher Court but in this
    Court of Justice, we shall have
    to mete out the sentence called
    for."
    Here the Judge was interrupted
    by an Angel representing the De-
    partment of Mercy.
    "Your Honor," said the Angel.
    "I have no desire to challenge
    the evidence, but I must submit .
    one bit of evidence in defense. '
    which I believe should be taken
    into consideration. The fact is.
    Your Honor, that while the de-
    fendant is guilty of many and '
    gross evils, he at one time did
    commit a fine act of benevolence.
    One time, your honor, this rich
    man was driving along a country
    road when he came across a poor
    man whose wagon was stuck in
    the mud and this rich man helped
    tow the poor man's vehicle out of
    the mud."
    "Hmm," said the Judge, chew-
    ing on some divine tobacco, "if
    that is so, we shall have to weigh
    his good deed against the evil he
    has wrought."
    "Bailiff." he ordered, "fetch the
    poor man's horse and wagon
    which the rich man pulled out of
    the mud."
    Instantly by a form of tele-
    path'/ electricity the poor man's
    horse and wagon was in the court
    room and on the scales of jus-
    tice.
    "Clerk." asked the Judge, "do
    the scales show the horse and
    wagon outweighing the evil the
    defendant wrought?"
    The clerk looked and compared !
    the record with the scales. "Your
    honor, the evil still outweighs
    the good by two ounces."
    ' Hmm." said the Judge, "that's
    not very much, but under the law
    I am still compelled to convict
    the defendant."
    At this point, the lawyer Angel
    of Mercy objected. "Your Honor.
    I think a wrong has been done
    my client. The rich man. it will
    be recalled, pulled the poor mart's
    horse and wagon out of the mud.
    I submit that much mud must
    have been attached to the wheels
    and this must also be weighed.
    In this court, the clean wheels
    have been weighed."
    "Sustained." ruled the Court.
    "The point is well taken. Will the
    bailiff bring in the mud which
    had fastened itself upon the
    wheels and put that on the scales."
    When that was done, lothe
    good slightly outweighed the evil.
    The mud on the wagons wheels__
    the dirthad saved the rich de-
    fendant.
    "The defendant is acquitted."
    said the Heavenly Judge.
    At this point, Mr. Winkler
    opened his eyes. Where was he?
    The rebbe wasn't there. He wasn't
    even in the rebbe's house. Had
    he been dreaming. But God, it is
    said, oft appears in dreams.
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    pose. Firemen coming to the reg-
    : cue of Holy Scrolls from a burn-
    I ing synagogue were also rebuked
    | for this profanation of the Sab-
    _ ; bath and pelted with stones.
    Neuteri Karta naturally did not
    comply with the new law requir-
    A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR '"* a Beneral registration of |
    children studying in schools not
    supervised by the state although
    they had been promised that chil-
    dren registered as attending their
    cheders would be considered as
    enrolled in approved schools.
    Their stubbornness in this respect
    affects several thousand Jeru-
    salem children. The government
    has meanwhile extended the reg-
    isration period in order to find a
    compromise notwithstanding the
    fact that these institutions teach
    no or almost no secular subjects '
    Against the transfer of an or-
    phanage to the Agudah controlled
    school system, after it had been !
    administered by Neturei Karta I
    sympathizers in a fashion which
    occasioned a public enquiry, they
    staged a sit-in strike which forced i
    the resignation of those trustees
    who had approved the transfer.
    In spite of all this the govern-
    ment of Israel has not touched
    these people at all, and nothing
    came of rumor that they would
    be transferred somewhere else or
    that their organization would be
    declared illegal because it en-
    dangers peace and order in a
    very sensitive sector. It is deemed
    unwise to help them achieve
    martyrdom, as they are few, are
    decreasing, and have little in-
    fluence outside their own closed
    circle.
    Instead even military vehicles
    supplying frontline posts were in-
    structed to avoid their quarter,
    but since troops do not observe
    much instructions too punctil-
    iously clashes occur again, and
    again. They put the Israel police
    in the very disagreeable position
    of having to use force against
    persons addicted to passive re-
    sistance only and to arrest and
    transport in vehicles on Sabbath
    zealots involved in brawls for the
    enforcement of Sabbath observ-
    TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
    ACQUAINTANCES A
    MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Mr. & Mrs. Saul Greiff
    & Family
    5833 Devonshire Blvd.
    Mr. .-mil Mrs.
    Sol kahlenberg
    806 6th St.. Miami Beach
    Wish their many friends and
    I customers a Happy New Year
    PHONE 58-4577
    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
    NEW YEAR
    lush man
    Motor Spooler
    SALES OF MIAMI
    Sales and Service
    2175 S.W. 1st St.
    Phone 3-3480
    TO ALL ... A MOST
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    II 1 T 41 X E
    PHOTO SERVICE
    736 N.E. 2nd Avenue
    Phone 3-5822
    A MOST HAPPY
    NEW YEAR TO ALL
    ^ew Venetian
    Hotel
    230 31st Street
    Miami Beach
    GREETINGS!
    Ferguson
    and
    >M ormiek
    Clinic
    320 S.E. 1st Avenue
    I TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
    RELATIVES AND
    ACQUAINTANCES
    MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Mr.AUr*
    W, II. Held*
    13 15th St.
    lews Behind l In*
    ; I ron Curtain
    (Continued from Page 73)
    J their furniture and valuables in
    order to live at all, but also had
    in pay considerably more for their
    1 maintenance than the average
    citizen. In the circumstances, it
    is hardly surprising that the com-
    !munit>, which even in 1945 was
    still quite a prosperous one, has
    become rapidly impoverished and
    ; is now on the verge of destitu-
    tion. Its only hope is to get out of
    | Roumania, and to get out quickly.
    ' The on'y alternatives are death
    I from hunger or conscription for
    forced labor which is very ittle
    better. Chances of obtaining other
    ! kinds of employment are for the
    | majority negligible or non-
    existent.
    With regard to the younger gen-
    eration, the situation'is different,
    though scarcely better. Through
    strict indoctrination, constant
    propaganda, and persuasion some- I
    times not entirely gentle, the!
    ( Roumanian authorities have done |
    ! their best to convert Jewish youth I
    I to Communism. The effort met :
    writh greater resistance than
    might have been expected under
    the circumstances. Though access
    to Zionist literature is a danger-
    ous thing to attempt, some still
    manage to obtain it and read it.
    Attachment to Jewish cultural
    values has also proved an ob- '
    stacle to the Roumanians. How-
    ever, after two years of pressure,
    the battle is being inevitably lost.
    More and more Jewish school
    children are becoming fanatical i
    Communists, and it is feared, that!
    if no advantage is taken of the !
    present opportunity to get them
    out of Roumania immediately, the
    rest will soon follow suit.
    The exact motives that have
    inspired Roumanians recent
    change of front in the question of
    Jewish emigration are difficult
    to fathom. Shortage of hard cur-
    rency might well have been a
    major factor. The Roumanians are
    at present insisting that all Jews
    leaving for Israel have to travel
    in Roumanian ships. They receive
    fifty U. S. dollars per head for
    transport.
    This is a well-paying proposi-
    tion for an Iron Curtain country.
    But most observers are agreed
    that the gates may be closed as
    rapidly and unexpectedly as they
    were opened. Almost all Rou-
    manian Jews interrogated upon
    their arrival in Israel expressed
    their certainty that the embargo
    is likely to fall before the end of
    the year, and those who still have
    childer other relatives in Rou-
    mania were vehement in their
    demands that everything possible
    be done to get them out today
    rather than tomorrow, this week
    rather than next,
    its owner is an Orthodox Jew by'-----.....--------------i| The Roumanian immigration is
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Captain Al's
    I ish Market
    2321 S.W. 17th Are.
    GREETINGS
    llollopeler
    & Poet, Ine.
    REAL ESTATE
    SALES & RENTALS
    153 N.E. 3rd Street
    Phone 3-7376
    TO ALL .
    A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Dixie Fleet rie
    HARRY NOLAN
    P.O. Box 705
    South Miami
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    "if
    University
    of Miami
    CORAL GABLES
    The Year
    Dade
    I.ilieii Co..
    ne.
    ance. When brought before an Wishinn Yn r^^ t i ,- j
    Israel court because of some such Wishing You Good Luck, Good
    offence, Neturei Karta people l"nes and Much Happiness All
    often refuse to give their names |
    or otherwise participate in the
    proceedings in order not to "rec-
    ognize Zionist jurisdiction." The
    result is usually a psychiatric en-
    quiry and later on an additional
    convention for contempt of court.
    Meanwhile, Neturei Karta con-
    tinues to threaten a shopkeeper
    in their district who dares to sell
    newspapers and books of which
    they disapprove. Attempts at
    buring that shop have already
    been made several times although
    539 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
    Phone 58-2264
    Complete Wholesale
    Furnishers ior Hotels and
    Apartment Houses
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    Moore
    "GOOD SINCLAIR SERVICE"
    QUALITY OILS
    EXPERT LUBRICATION
    7791 Biscayne Blvd.
    Phone 78-9314
    TO ALL GREETINGS
    JOE'S
    OASIS BAR
    YOUR FRIENDLY BAR
    701 N.E. 1st Avenue
    Phone 2-8667
    Miami Beach
    T0 ALL A MOST HAPPY
    NEW YEAR
    Kngel's
    Men's Shop
    WTEST IN MEN'S STREET
    1 SPORTS CLOTHES"
    301 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
    tables Ph. 4-6124
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    o.j.
    Jensen
    L. G.
    Schreffler
    fNSULTING ENGINEERS
    16 Building
    Miami
    all other standards. They also at-
    tempt to intimidate their less
    zealous neighbors of Mizrachi
    persuasion by threatening letters,
    breaking up assemblies and simi-
    lar means. Although the Augdah
    in Jerusalem usually abets them,
    they rejected an Agudah request
    that they participate in municipal
    elections in order to strengthen
    the Orthodox representation. To
    them such conduct, or even sim-
    ple non-interference with elec-
    tions, would have been equivalent
    to "surrender to the Zionists."
    How unfriendly the world must
    look to such people can be
    gaugl (I by tiie reluctance with
    which they accepted, for the con-
    venience of outsiders only, the
    European system of two dill
    groups of hours within every '
    day. whose length is fixed by di-
    viding the clay and night separ-
    ately into twelve equal parts.
    Other problems occupying the
    attention of these latterday
    Saints include: Bare legs on
    I cinema posters advertising "Red
    Shoes," a film about ballet, called
    for covering with tar: Yeshiva
    students reject the signing of an
    agreement of their teachers with
    a local sickfund for their care, as j
    all these institutions are Zionist;
    four Shochetim were "excom-1
    municated" and fowl slaughtered
    by them declared Treifa" be-
    cause they accepted city salaries
    and thereby "recognized the rule
    of the state of Israel;" and. if a
    local story is to be believed,
    Netuerei. Karta men came to Tel
    Aviv to pray for the purification
    of the sea which, they had heard
    had been polluted by the presence
    of so many Godless people around
    an original short-cut to a so-
    lution of 4his city's sewage
    problem.
    GREETINGS
    T O A L L
    JUDGE MARSHALL C.
    WISEHEART
    cmcuiT COURT
    Dade County Court House
    TO ALL OUR PATRONS
    AND FRIENDS
    A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Nwaini & Hridges
    "ASBESTOS SIDINGS
    10529 N.W. 31st Ave.
    Phone 84-4584
    TO ALL
    A MOST HAPPY
    NEW YEAR
    Jaek Moore
    Pan American Bank Building
    an enormous burden for Israel,
    but one that not a single Israeli
    would refuse to shoulder. I
    saddled with an enormous defense
    budget that is vital to its security.
    1 has to accommodate an unex-
    pected immigration of perhaps
    ho.000 people from Iraq, as well
    as tens of thousands more from
    Ninth Africa and Persia. The
    people of Israel will be unable to
    provide tlie very minimum stand-
    ard of living for vet another
    7".iioo to iDO.ooo Roumanian J<
    unless they eceive
    rable assistance from
    United Jewish Appeal.
    It is not only the I I that
    will have to be paid for in dollars
    and this alone for an
    tion of 100.000 will amount to
    S5.000.000there is a hard cui-
    rency problem of some n
    in the cost of their resettle-
    ment and absorption. The total
    cost of absorbing the Roun:
    immigration alone, at the 1
    :le standard of living, has
    been estimated as more than
    S40.090.000
    The need is desepratedelay is
    dangerous. In dealing with a
    country which has one of the
    worst anti-Semitic records in
    human history, no improvement
    on the present situation can be
    expected. No pity will be shown
    to the Jews, already robbed ol
    their livelihoods. If they cannot
    leave they will be left to die of
    hunger. The plight of the younger IM
    generation, hardly less tragic, can '
    likewise only be ended by im-
    mediate emigration. And in both
    cases the accent must be on speed.
    Otherwise the old will perish and
    the young w.ill be lost forever to
    the democratic ideals of the West.
    I The gate is open today. Tomorrow
    it may be shut.
    TO ALL .
    GREETINGS
    (eorge C.
    Stembler
    GENERAL INSURANCE
    BONDS
    226 Shoreland Building
    TO ALL GREETINGS
    Hush
    Distributing Co.
    T. T. BUSH
    PHONOGRAPHS
    286 N.W. 29th Street
    Phone 3-4623
    GREETINGS
    llrunclage
    Hardwares
    YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD"
    2624 S.W. 8th St. 4-2321
    5920 N.E. 2nd Ave. 7-1566
    6204 N.W. 7th Ave. 7-7774
    MIAMI
    I


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    PAGE EIGHTY
    > k^ist[kidi^_
    FRIDAY, SEPTEMbpd
    %
    1
    1
    t
    TEMPLE BETH SHOI.OM
    The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
    Chase Avenue at Forty-fint Street
    A PRAYER
    THAT 5711 WILL BRING
    ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY
    TO ALL MANKIND
    Mira?le
    In the Mellah
    (Continued from Page 67)
    generation. For most of these
    children. JDC lunch is their only
    hot meal of the day; for many,
    it is the only decent meal they
    have ever eaten.
    This noontime nourishment
    which accounts for half the
    agencv's expenditures in Morocco
    SEASON'S GREETINGS
    from
    Sidney Meyer Mitchell Wolfson
    WOMETCO THEATRES
    BEST WISHES FOR A
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    JUDGE BERNARD A. FRANK
    The President. Mrs. Rose Pertes.
    The Officers and Board of Directors of the
    "DOV" CHAPTER
    OF MIZRACHI WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
    Wish Their Members and Many Friends
    A Sincere and Happy New Year
    TO ALL .
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    ro\piu:sN HOTEL
    1036 Ocean Drive
    MIAMI BEACH
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    DOLIVA'S
    RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO.
    1119 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 78-7753
    Bought Sold and Traded
    Used Restaurant. Hotel. Kitchen and Bar Equipment
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner
    and Family
    Wish all their friends and relatives a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    GREETINGS TO ALL
    TABLE TOPS MIRRORS
    Phone 78-2120
    AUTO GLASS SERVICE
    HARRY LACKEY, Mgr.
    SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS PARTS
    Installed While You Walt
    1075 N. W. 36th Street Miami. Florida
    TO ALL A MOST
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    MOON ART SHOP
    PICTURE FRAMING GALLERY ART SUPPLIES
    COMMERCIAL AND FINE
    ARTIST SUPPLIES
    300 South Miami Ave.
    Phone 3-1044
    In Our New Location
    ii. L. itom it i so\
    PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
    Heating and Gas Installations
    "We Cover Greater Miami"
    ,1 Ji
    Miami. Fla.
    3148 S. W. 22nd St
    VENETIAN MARKET
    108 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
    Phone 2-5941
    91 N. W. 1st Street
    iV augmented by JDC's medical
    aid program, operated by OSE.
    in clinics, dispensaries and healtn
    centers throughout the country.
    Here come mothers and mothers-
    to-be. for specialized care for
    themselevs and their infants, tor
    instruction in new methods of
    health and hygiene. Here JDC is
    fighting tuberculosis and malaria,
    has found new ways of overcom-
    ing tinea, favus and sores, and
    plaguing skin diseases which af-
    diet tens of thousands of North
    African Jews.
    Most of JDC's child-care work
    in North Africa centers around
    the schoolhouse. Here JDC staff
    physicians and nurses keep a
    careful check on the health of
    their young charges; here the hot i
    meal each noon is served; and
    here too the JDC-supported co-
    operating agencies such as Alli-
    ance Israelite. Otzer Hatorah and
    ORT are giving boys and girls
    their only chance to grow into
    maturity and train for usefulness.
    The Alliance already has 22,000
    Jewish boys and girls under its
    wing in Morocco alone, a number
    which should soon increase to
    26.000.
    While Morocco absorbs the bulk
    of JDC expense and activity in
    North Africa, similar programs
    are in operation in other countries
    along the south shore of the Medi-
    terranean. In Algeria, JDC has
    succeeded in helping the com-
    munity reach a self-supporting
    basis. JDC aid here consists ot
    medical assistance, vocational
    training through ORT and emi-
    gration.
    In Tunisia, however, JDC's pro-
    gram is almost as large as in
    Morocco. Here large numbers of
    the Jewish population, numbering
    close to 100.000, need food, medi-
    cal care and educational assist-
    ance. As in Morocco, the list of
    JDC expenditures in Tunisia is
    headed by a feeding program for
    children which in an average
    month supplies more than 4.000
    youngsters with hot luncheons
    each day. Medical centers have!
    been established, and out-patient *
    clinics opened in Tunis (where
    more than half the country's Jews
    live) as well as in Ariana. Stax
    and other cities.
    Perhaps the most desperate sit-
    uation in North Africa confronts
    the Jews of Libya. Now a British
    Protectorate. Libya (which in-
    cludes Tripolitania and Cyrenai-
    ca) will revert to Arab r'.ile next
    year under a recent decision of
    the United Nations. The Jews of
    this area look toward this day
    with fear in their hearts, and they
    are pleading frantically for help
    to emigrate.
    Although JDC has already
    helped more than 20.000 Libyan
    Jews leave for the Holy Land, the
    15.000 who have trooped into the
    city of Tripoli from the hinter-
    land in search of shelter, protec-
    tion and JDC ships that will take
    them to Israel, call out for special (
    consideration. Behind them is a |
    past of pogroms, persecution and j
    poverty; before them is the hope j
    new beginning in Israel. For j
    them, JDC maintains shelters,
    schools and c]inics. Each Israel- I
    bound emigrant must have a
    :h.trough health examination,
    with accompanying diagnosis and '
    eatment, before boarding the!
    JDC-chartered steamer. We of
    JDC are determined to remain in
    Libya until the last Jewish man. '
    woman and child has safely de-
    parted. For the Jews of Libya,
    emigration is a matter of life or
    I death-
    Two years ago, half of all the
    Jewish children born in the
    mellah of one North African city
    were dead before their thirteenth
    birthday. Today it is a matter of
    rejoicing and pride that we Jews
    of America, through the United
    Jewish Appeal, have been able to
    lower this frightful mortality
    rate.
    Shall this fight for life go on?
    As we celebrate Rosh Hashona
    5711, let us remember that hun-
    dreds of thousands of our Jewish
    brethren in the lands of North
    Africa who, like ourselves, are
    greeting the New Year, look to
    us for. the answer.
    TOWN
    SURF
    CAMEO
    GROVE
    PARKWAY
    MIAMI
    LINCOLN
    MIRACLE
    CAPITOL
    STATE
    BILTMORE
    STRAND
    AND THE NEW CARTfl (OPENING SOON)
    BLVD. DRIVE-IN
    MAYFAIR
    PLAZA
    TOWER
    ROSETTA
    CENTER
    ESSEX
    GREETINGS
    RHODES INC.
    (Formerly Miami Furniture Co.)
    400 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
    TO ALL .
    A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    *
    JOHN C. MOREY
    SOUTHERN SAMBO INC.
    WE HOPE THE YEAR AHEAD
    WILL BRING YOU HEALTH & HAPPINESS
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
    and Family
    -------.......-....... --------------
    TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
    NOBLE II. PARKER
    REAL ESTATE
    1623 Michigan Avenue
    Miami Beachl
    r
    AHAmNEWYEAR
    1950-5711
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    We wish all our friends and
    patrons and all the Jewish
    people a year of health,
    happiness and prosperity
    lor a XKLATjiisteact oj ...smoke OLD GOLDS


    SEPTEMBER 8. 1950
    +Jewisli QorMtac
    PAGE EIGHTY-ONE
    . Mount Sinai Hospital One Year Later -
    Mount
    In the year that has elapsed since The Jewish Floridian took you on a pictorial tour of I where doctors may dictate their, chen in steam carts
    Sinai Hospital, miraculous changes have been wrought. I orders. tioned for patien
    is appor-
    Three of the wings on this floor
    Ac the year 5711 approaches, the picture is completely different. The overall-clad workmen You take an elevator to the .Jf^^l^^aZ^mY.
    were scaling the walls a year ago have gone to other jobs. The pounding of hammers, the $ ^ZZVTTe^edTo privaT^? each "with private
    hirof saws and the splash of paint have long died away; and the seven-story structure, rising
    ""Liically along the edge of the bay, is now a silent, bustling,,
    m Xient citadel waging a victorious battle against disease ne wing on lhe r,ght of the
    Wper-eniew ^ I lounge is the main kitchen with
    and Thelormer luxury hotel, a landmark of the boom days, is! 8leamine white tile walls, mam-
    ; pverv sense of the word a modern hospital. It is your m
    now m every nnntrih..-, r fr
    1.1 fur it was your contribu
    h0Sp hi -h made it possible, and I r a DooKmomie which she ,
    ,wns?w.-,u- Miami Jewish Fed- i roll to the patients' bedsides.
    vour Uieam > t_ 4_____t v~.. ...:n --:__________ -
    Nation allocate?
    moth walk-in
    reeze. huge
    ice boxes, deep
    ovens and every
    funds to meet
    operating deficit.
    since you are one of the stock-
    . ,i' L, let's take another tour of
    S hospital and observe the
    ^amorphasis that has taken
    ^aT vou turn into the driveway
    ,4100 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
    ?h7 elegant Mediterranean-Re-
    naUsance building, a circular
    HSr? before it. looms ahead ,
    for a bookmobile which she will modern gadget imaginable, in-
    ; eluding a potato peeling machine.
    You will notice, as you con- Adjacent to the kitchen is a
    tinue with the inspection, that dish-washing room, where all
    everywhere you go you encounter
    auxiliary membersvisiting with
    patients, assisting them with their
    letter-writing, lending a hand
    wherever possible.
    One of the right hand wings
    on the ground floor contains a
    dishes are cleaned and thoroughly
    sterilized without being touched
    by human hands.
    Between the main kitchen and
    the employee's dining room,
    which occupies the other right
    wing, are the hospital's kosher
    kitchensone for milk and an-
    central service which prepares all
    treatment trays for the entire
    hospital. Here you find a corps
    of nurses and nurses' aides mix-
    ing solutions and sterilizing in-
    struments and equipment.
    To the right of central service
    is the operating room wing.
    Finished in green tile from floor
    to ceiling, the operating rooms
    are equipped with explosive-
    proof switches and plugs, which
    cut down on static electricity and
    thereby reduce the danger of
    anaesthetic explosions.
    An anaesthetic induction room
    and a physicians' scrub room are
    so arranged as to divide the traf-
    fic and enable each staff member
    entrance; while the other con-
    bath. These are furnished in
    modern rose-colored metal bed-
    room suites. The sets consist of
    twin beds, a formica topped
    dresser with large mirror above
    it, a formica topped night table
    and an upholstered easy chair. A
    matching floor lamp for each bed
    gives four way illumination.
    Drapes in harmonious softly-
    colored floral designs frame the
    windows of every room. They
    were hung with the supervision
    of the auxiliary. Walls are painted
    in pastel shades and floors are
    in rust and black squares of
    asphalt tile.
    There are no crowded wards in
    the 214-bed general hospital.
    Patients who are unable to pay
    ] the hospital rates are placed in
    ins a laboratory. Both also in-
    sp-'S t,nSpahci JTSUS i ciu^ iszssz*nu;s:
    light, a
    BU&fiiMr P
    behold.
    A long
    In one of the wings on the
    other side, you find the hospital's
    covered canopy leads SlLSKSESi *&&*&
    frm the driveway to the mam
    eTance of the building. On the
    left as you enter, there is an irt-
    partment, which provides medical
    and surgical treatment for all
    persons unable to pay for the
    services of private physicians. The
    food for patients who abide by Included in the wing are two semi.private rooms with not more
    dietary laws. Supervised by the major surgery rooms, an ear, nose than three beds
    Rev. Kalman Shapiro, these kit- and throat room, an eye room, The {ourth wing of the third
    chens have served over 4,000 a urological room, an orthopedic floor contains pediatrics. The
    meals since they were opened in room- a broncoscopy room and a i walls 0j this sect,on are painted
    recovery room, where the patient | witn _ay murais appealing to
    is taken until the anaesthetic children.
    wears off. with the exception of pedia-
    All equipment in the operating trics tne fourth and sixth floors
    February.
    Surrounded by windows, the
    employees' dining room looks like
    a ballroom and no doubt served
    rooms is stainless steel, even the
    are replicas of the third floor.
    that purpose when the building V^S carAS^5^iSi^\^JXntStiZ private and
    miXSLSJSSZ furmShed "I** with Sad. locker* 2EK5UTKJ
    formation d. S.where two women department operates two medical in chartreuse and blue provides relaxation for the sur- Semanding on the fifth floor, you
    clinics, as well as surgical and | One of the wings left of the geons following an operatic*. In i {ind yoUrSelf in the midst of
    - the first seven months of the., maternity and the nursery. Im-
    , hospital's existence, 1,634 opera- mediately across from the elevator
    the office of admission, as well as tions were performed, 785 of is an up-to-date circumcision
    those of the executive director these major cases. | room The room is equipped with
    and the cashier. Here also is the '
    hospital switchboard.
    The other left wing contains a
    vour questions.
    ' The ground floor, like all other
    floors of the building, consists of
    a large central vestibule and four
    wings which fan out from it like
    the spokes of a wheel. There are
    two wings on either side
    In the central vestibule of the
    ground floor, two massive stone
    stairways curl gracefully toward
    the next floor. Beyond these stair-
    wavs on the right is a small m-
    obstetrical and gynecological \ main lounge includes the ad-
    clinics. Members of the active ministrative offices. Here you find
    staff rotate on clinic duty. This
    section has a private entrance left |
    of the main hospital entrance.
    The other left wing of the
    ground floor is set up for Negro
    On the left of central service tables and comfortable lounge
    is the radiology wing which is, chairs, where friends and rela-
    equipped with the latest diagnost- tiyes may congregate for a small
    patients. Consisting of a ward for long gallery now partially filled ; ic and therapeutic machines. A _artv m honor of the occasion.
    men. another for women and sev-
    eral private and semi-private
    rooms, it will accommodate 24
    , i patients. Mount Sinai's first
    formal bung, where prospective was about
    papas nervously pace the floor '
    and laboratory patients await the I mntn a*/
    results of tests. Behind this, you | Taking the stairway to the next
    f nd the hospital pharmacy, a floor, you enter the mam lounge,
    elass-enclosed room with shelves a large, bright, cheerful area
    raeauy toed with drugs and solu- which has all the sweep and
    ^ons grandeur of a palace hall. The
    The kit side of this central, auxiliary furnished the lounge
    vestibule contains a small snack I tastefully in Chinese Chippen-
    bar. which W operated by the dale. The color scheme is green,
    hospital women's auxiliary. One cherry, black and chartreuse. In
    dfihe busiest spots in the hospital, i the left corner is the auxiliary
    gift shop, which sells everything
    from toilet goods to children's
    dresses. Many of the items sold
    here are made by the auxiliary
    members themselves. The profit
    from the shop, as well as that
    with straight chairs. This room lead room contains a 220 kv deep The'child and physician enter a
    will soon become the memorial therapy with hydraulic stretcher < small adjoinjng r00m set off from
    room. Its walls will be covered for the treatment of malignancies i the lounge DV a iarge plate glass
    with plaques commemorating and tumors. Other X-ray equip- window Ttie operation takes
    persons in whose honor contribu- ment includes a general diag- _lace in the small room, thus
    machine with special at- i'
    this snack bar is reported to be a
    "real money-maker." Immedi-
    ately behind the bar and across a
    breezeway from the pharmacy is
    another glass-enclosed room filled
    with books. This is the auxiliary
    library and workroom, and you
    will no doubt encounter an
    tions have been made. This room nostic
    leads to the medical library, tachments for skull and chest
    which is now being established, X-rays, a combination radio-
    and the board room, which ; graphic and fluoroscopy unit and
    looks like something from a a genital-urological machine.
    Hollywood movie set. Air-con- I With its own photographic room
    ditioned and soundproof, the
    room is richly paneled in wood.
    A large picture window over-
    looking the bay provides one of
    the most spectacular views of the
    and dryer, the hospital is equip-
    ped to read the results of X-rays
    within a few minutes.
    From the opening of the hos-
    pital on December 5, 1949 until
    der'ived'from the snack bar, goes where all the patients' files i
    Miami skyline to be seen. The August 1 of this year, 3.U8 ex-
    long board table, of heroic di-
    mensions, is surrounded by honey
    beige leather-covered arm chairs.
    Also adjoining the memorial room
    is the medical records room,
    toward the service work of the
    auxiliary member selecting books | group.
    kept. A unique feature
    room is the autograph
    aminations were made by the
    X-ray department.
    Getting aboard an elevator once
    again, you get out in the third
    floor central vestibule, which con-
    tains two nurses' stations, utility
    of the j rooms and a pantry. In the pantry
    booths food which comes from the kit-
    I assuring that the child is not con-
    i taminated in any way by the
    j visitors. The child who has been
    | circumcised is then placed in a
    , special nursery until he resumes
    his normal health, at which time
    he is returned to the main hospi-
    tal nursery.
    Also on the floor are four air-
    condition labor rooms, two air
    conditioned delivery rooms, an
    air-conditioned nursery, formula
    laboratory, where bottles are
    prepared.
    The floor will accommodate 35
    mothers and 50 babies (this leaves
    room for twins and other multiple
    births if the hospital is filled to
    (Continued on Page 87)


    PAGE EIGHTY-TWO
    fJetfisfi fk rid!ktn
    FRIDAY, SEPTFMRrr^
    The Medical Profession In Israel
    Bv ADA OREN
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    TEL AVIV Although Israel has
    ;i ratio of more than two do<
    vi ;' : 000 ns, i! is now
    voui mi dii os to enter
    vice.
    1 ':' ovi :: 800 pi ; in the
    540 are women 20
    ws, 1.350 are on full-time
    Vice while 350
    > the ivernmenl
    : v
    n< p \. nl nd 1.300
    over fifty yi
    two figures, which
    largely overlapping i I
    problem. The
    old( n suited
    : i" Lilt COn-
    . |e.
    e they an I I
    I, Al th( me. many oi
    find lif] maki
    living in the citii
    I iel Medii al Assoi iation
    pp rts government plans for
    pulsory medical insurance.
    but on condition that tin
    oi mcentrating work as dis-
    pen which do not aci e] I
    Ij personnel because of pen-
    iligations. is not expanded
    As a result of this restrictive
    I tadrul medical clinics
    an nently understaffed and
    le i The avei age load there
    n! calculati d it 700
    n and up tu
    ten : sultatii ins per h
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    I $40 per month.
    exclusive of family allowances
    Histadrut, whi
    culty with its medical staff in
    -pite ol a recent reduction of
    working hours, '- attempting to
    issue once and for all
    j countrywide grading sj sti m
    for doctors employed by institu-
    tions.
    Immigrant doctors, 800 of whom
    : ived during the last two y< ars,
    Jewish Agencj
    special grants to si t up |
    d by the IMA.
    But it takes more than that to
    h them if they are
    not accepted by an institution.
    .Most of them are unfortunately
    physically broken by World War
    II and in addition are handi-
    capped by ignorance of local con-
    ditions. Of some 700 Histadrut-
    employed physicians more than
    200 are new arrivals, and refresh-
    er course's are run .specially for
    ii. Of nearly 300 government
    doctors about half are immigrants
    serving in immigrants' camps and
    constantly performing all sorts of
    lingual acrobatics in their rela-
    tions with their clients on one
    hand and the Hebrew bureau-
    on the other.
    A still more acute problem is
    i nted by the severe shoi tage
    oi nurses. The government, the
    army and all other health insti-
    tutions have agreed among them-
    selves to use an vi g< il two
    graduate nurses I r i ach ward
    ' 24t1 u pi d, with no
    replacements for holidays and
    leaves. At the same time it has
    not been possible to
    to maintain even
    this standard. As a result several
    I hospitals had to close wards tem-
    porarily when the army recently
    called up nearly two hundred
    nurses to replace an equal number
    due for release but who w re
    entitled to some leave before re-
    turning to work in civilian in-
    stitutions.
    I'm li s, the government re-
    S a growing number of
    nurses for its new installations for
    immigrants. The upshot of the
    was that cities and other
    institutions, which had s.cured
    hundreds of additional beds to
    alleviate the severe overcrowding
    in thi :> tals, had to postpone
    ng them because of hick of
    Married muses with children
    encounter great difficulty in find-
    rvants to release them and
    were accordingly not included in
    ..cnt regulation compelling
    trained nurses and pediatrics to
    work in their profession un-
    married ones for half-a-year,
    Other factors unfavorably influ-
    encing the profession are income
    tax regulations for married wo- | all institutions to
    men in spite of special privileges workers above a certv86 ne*
    granted nurses; the inclination oi of nursing schools t "n ase aH
    some institutions not to pay dents younger than ""pt s1"-
    family allowances to men whose I having completed |n'V( "?teen w
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    1950
    "pjewjsti fhridUar
    PAGE EIGHTY-THREE
    Jewish Press Highlights
    By MARTIN SILVER
    The outstanding development
    I i recent weeks was the state-
    |U?bv I**1'8 Premier Dav,d
    rIgu"^ defining the relation-
    en Israel and outside
    Iship betweei
    Jewry. The Premier
    made
    the
    for
    the paper projected the idea that
    the motive behind the action was
    the fact that the Premier not only
    wanted to stress the idea of "au-
    tonomy" of American Jewry "but
    also to win over the non-Zionists
    of those circles which can con-
    tribute much more for Israel but
    to give." Taking issue with the I
    part of the declaration which said
    Israel has no intention of speak-
    ing for or in the name of Jews
    who are citizens of other coun-
    tries, Dingol argued that should
    some evil happen to Jews outside
    Israel, the Jewish State, through
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    Jacob Blaustem Piesidem oijnej f tho dlplomatlc channels, would
    n Jewish CommKwe,_wnc | hnH ^^ ^^ hplvl,en lhp be the sole instrument in seek-
    ing justice in the name of the
    e since the establish
    ment of the Jewish state.
    nr S Margoshes, in his daily
    English-language column in the
    n v Yiddish daily, charged that
    Jip Premier's pronouncement
    Strengthened the American Jew-
    tfZr invited to Israel for the had been drawn between the
    .i- ih pstahlish- Jews in America and the Jews in
    Israel." The question remains, the
    editorial added, "whether it is
    only the non-Zionists who must
    be reckoned with?*' Continuing
    it asked: "What about the Zion-
    ists and what, indeed, is their
    specific role in relation to Jewish
    bh Committee at Zionist expense. jge here and in the upbuildins
    Dr. Margoshes stated that v. h e ^ ^ American Zionists
    h(, had n quarrel with^hejsenti-1^ say now u
    e
    tempt to make ties with other
    groups?" By way of conclusion
    the editorial stated: "In any event,
    Ben Gurion's statement signifies
    a new approach to outside Jewry
    and if Ben Gurion has here rec-
    ognized the standpoint of the
    Zionists, he admitted it to the
    non-Zionists rather than the Zion-
    ists."
    S. Dongol, former editor of the
    Day, took the view in his column,
    "The Week in Jewish Life." that
    the Premier's statement may have
    reflected the restlessness or fear
    which exists "in certain Jewish
    circles with regard to Israel's de-
    mands on American Jewry." Re-
    ferring to a former statement by
    the Israeli Premier which, he said,
    in the name
    entire Jewish pei.ple to which it
    is bound in blood and in spirit.
    Neither Israel nor even the Jews
    >n America are prepared to yield
    that mission to the American
    Jewish Committee."
    i say now that Ben Gurion
    expressed by lhe/r-"-. had 'by-passed' them in an at-
    ,rds he said were said by
    before, though undoubted-
    , authoritatively." Referring
    Ben Gurion's assertion that
    has no intention of inter-
    in the life of the Jewish
    communities outside Israel, Dr.
    Margoshes contended that, by
    making the statement at a cere-
    monv for the American Jewish
    Committee president, the "im-
    press n" was created that the
    statement was brought about by
    the American Jewish Committee.
    Should this impression prevail.
    he mtinued. "it would undouol-
    p-ilv then the American
    ittee in the Uniu-i
    in effect, woulu
    Premier's contention
    intention at all of on a wave of dual ,oya,_
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    asserted that "the storm had
    Moulting is a severe strain on
    the bird beause of the great
    amount of blood needed by the
    skin for the growth of new-
    feathers.
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    the Day pointed out
    the Premier's
    I previously been
    lers of the Zionist
    i ( America, the
    uncement should
    an end "to all
    igs" which hi.ve
    1 up. Lauding the
    1' mil '.cment and Mr.
    eply, the editorial
    I "proper cooperation
    lerican Jewry and the
    srael can, and should
    le economic strengthen -
    Jewish state and to the
    nt of the spiritual, inner
    life ur community in Amer-
    ica"
    rning Journal. Yiddis'.i
    I editorially that what
    ier said was in essence
    ation of the position
    American Zionists took
    ti ly after the establish-
    the Jewish state." Ben
    G : continued, had pro-
    l iken another stand on
    U one that had "fright-
    en< rtain Zionists and non-
    Zi Speculating why the
    . made the declaration in
    ence of Mr. Blaustein
    ". before Zionist instances."
    reached the kindows of the
    American Jewish Committee and.
    at the demand of its president
    Jacob Blaustein, Mr. Ben Gurion
    publicly declared he meant no
    political loyalty but only techni-
    cal and financial aid from Ameri-
    can Jewry." That statement, he
    went on. was satisfactory to the
    Committee but not to the Coun-
    cil and "it was this that brought
    Blaustein to Israel." Mr. Dingol
    was of the opinion that Ben
    Gurion gave Mr. Blaustein more
    "assurance" than was necessary
    "and more than he had a right
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    PAGE EIGHTY-FOUR
    vJewisii Fkrrdtan
    Community G
    By STANLEY C. MYERS, Chairman and
    MAX C. GETTINGER, Secretary
    Community Planning Committee,
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    As the New Year approaches.
    it is customary to take stock of
    our accomplishments, individually
    and collectively, and in the light
    of our past achievements, consid-
    er our present problenjs and de-
    aa clearly as possible our
    future goals.
    agencies serving the needs of our
    Jewish community as they are
    intended to do? Are these services
    keeping pace with the rapid
    growth of our Jewish population?
    Can we anticipate future needs
    and provide programs according-
    ly? And finally, do our local
    On the national scene. Ameri- Jewish agencies work together as
    can Jewry continues to take a a team, as thev should do because
    strong interest in the remarkable of the inter-relatedness of their
    achievements which are being programs?
    attained in Israel. We continue. Progr<>ss ; Community
    to share with our fellow Jews \pimning In 1950.
    in Israel common hopes and as- ,
    ons. While the problems still rnese' "nd man-v othe1' Prob-
    lems, are the concern of that
    confronting it are manifold, tin
    State of Israel has hurdled many
    of its major ... I and has
    taken its place in thi family of
    nation-.
    Locally, the Greater Miami
    Jewish community is enterin
    thirteen year as an organized and
    v branl Jewish community. With
    the year 5711 we have reached
    the Bar Mitzvah stage of our
    development. We have come of
    Bge, SO to speak, in terms of com-
    mun il li vel ipments, and like
    any 3a: Mitzvah, we must now
    assume completi p insibility
    for our future growth and ma-
    turity.
    erationThe Instrument of
    tlie Community.
    The character of the Jewish
    community is reflected in a
    variety of ways. It is exemplified
    in the religious spirit which per-
    vades it. in the organizational
    activities of its Jewish groups and
    in the extent and quality of its
    welfare, and cultural services.
    It is through the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation that we mani-
    fest our interest in all phases of
    Jewish living which make for a
    constructive and wholesome Jew-
    ish community. Our annual Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal, sponsored
    by Federation, is the tool used
    by our community to help support
    many noble national and overseas
    causes, and to attest our con-
    tinuing interest in Israel.
    We have also, in
    ponsibility to
    overseas needs, a d
    responsibility for our local
    sh agencies It js not suf-
    thai .>. : ney for
    local services- Mt. Sinai
    pital. the Jewish Social
    :' i, t:>- Ji wish Home
    the Aged, the YMH.V-. or the
    : Jewish Education. We
    ncern >ui selves with
    the proj : thi
    and how they lit into the g<
    '; picture. We mui
    Is this money
    spent? Are the
    very essential department of
    Federation which we call com-
    munity planning. This is thi
    of the Community Planning Com-
    mittee of Federation. On this
    committee are the presidents and
    . xecutive directors of each of our
    local agencies, as well as other
    outstanding leaders of the com-
    munity. During the past year, the
    work of the Community Planning
    Committee brought about the
    greatest advances in our local
    social services in the history of I
    our Federation. This was made
    possible only as a result of care-
    ful study and planning, and is
    reflected in the noteworthy de-
    velopments in the various fields |
    of service during the past year.
    Leisure Time And
    Recreational Services.
    The Jewish Centers Association
    of Greater Miami was organized
    a few months ago, as an out-
    growth of a study initiated bv the
    Community Planning Committee.
    This study, which was conducted
    with the assistance of the Na-
    tional Jewish Welfare Board, was
    carried out by a special committee
    under the chairmanship of Carl
    Weinkle. which surveyed the
    existing leisure time and recrea-
    tional facilities and programs in
    our Jewish community, deter-
    mined the needs and recommend-
    all synagogues carrying on recre- | to bring together riiff
    ational programs, is designed to so that together ti cnt6rouD
    act as a central coordinating erate the needed V?y cou'd <&
    agency for group work services. | could not have been'06' wl>4
    The Jewish Centers Association i by any one group Pirried out
    has already made its influence I ready under wavfj aW a],
    felt, particularly in the suburban programs in these areas. The pooling of personnel
    and overall planning will also
    effect economy in operation and
    sound programming. For the first
    time home camps were organized
    to serve the outlying southwest
    area, as well as the upper north- I
    west area of Miami. In planning !
    these programs it was possible |
    programs in these outlyi^^"*
    to include adults, as ,, "g ar<*s
    agers and nursery s ch'u leen-
    Many problems still -ls-
    call &FcaiW pfel*!**
    Durban groups n'S6h ^
    su
    ings in
    programs. These" group
    lurther determine for ZL ">
    (Continued on Png^g'^
    Stanley C. Myers
    ed plans accordingly. The recent
    of articles in The Jewish
    Floridian presented a clear pic-
    ture of the purpose and programs
    of the Jewish Centers Association.
    Briefly stated, the association,
    which at this time includes the
    Beach Y. the Miami Jewish Com-
    munity Center, the B*nai B'rith
    Youth Committee, the Zionist
    Youth Commission, and nearly
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    *Je*hf f/cridfiar?
    FRIDAY. SEPTEMRm
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    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    Phone 88-2255
    SEASON'S GREETING
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    1329 N.W. 74th Street phone ^^
    HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
    SINCERE WISHES FOR A
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    ISRAEL MOODS:
    L^Shonah Tovah! The con-
    cluding Jewish year has cemented
    the position of Israel internally
    and among nations of the world
    despite economic difficulties .
    Now the leaders of the Israel
    government are planning to ad-
    vance stability in the country by
    instituting certain changes in the
    Cabinet Members of the
    Cabinet who are slated to be
    replaced are: Golda Myerson,
    Minister of Labor; David Remez,
    Minister of Communications, and i
    Pinhas Rosen, Mister of Justice ,
    . Dr. Bernard Joseph will re-
    main Minister of Supply, but all
    economic functions which he as-
    lumed in 1949 in the wake of
    rationing, will be taken away !
    from him The Ministry of
    Trade, lately held "in trust" by
    Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan,
    and the Ministry of Agriculture,
    held "in trust" by Dr. Joseph,
    will go to new Ministers The
    Health Ministry, too, "managed" ]
    , by Moshe Shapira, Minister of
    Immigration, will have a new
    Minister Slated for appoint-
    ment are first of all D. Z. Pinhas,
    I the Mizrachi chairman of the all-
    important finance committee of
    the Israel Parliament ... He may
    get the Trade Ministry Pinhas
    Lubianiker, secretary-general of
    the Histadrut. is certain to become
    Minister of Labor, if he agrees
    j. Also mentioned for the post
    is Abba Hushi, leader of Israel's
    Labor Party in Haifa Premier
    Ben Gurion has been endeavoring
    to widen his government, offering
    Cabinet posts to the General
    Zionists and to the left-wing
    Mapam Socialists However,
    his attempts in this respect have
    failed Since then, there have I
    been three reasons for the delay
    in making necessary Cabinet!
    changes on the present coalition
    basis First, a desire to avoid
    upsetting the present delicate
    coalition balance within the Cabi-
    net .. Second, a personal re-
    luctance on the part of the Pre-
    mier to drop old friends, especial-
    ly of his own party Third,
    inability to decide who is good
    enough to rise to Cabinet level...
    However, attention to the forth-
    coming Cabinet changes has now-
    been given with a view to effect-
    ing them before the summer is
    over.
    .
    DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
    The concluding year was
    marked by a tendency on the part
    of American Jewish organizations
    to move more and more toward
    centralization of activities
    The most recent step in this di-
    rection was made by the major
    Jewish groups affiliated with the
    National Community Relations
    Advisory Council Instead of
    each organization issuing a separ-
    ate statement on such issues as
    Korea, immigration, legislation,
    and other important national
    problems, they all agreed to make
    these statements jointly through
    the N.C.R.A.C. This kind of
    centralization, naturally, adds
    weight to the statements issued
    (Continued on Page 91)
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    TO ALL .
    HERMAN GOLDRERGER
    1 (Fox the Past Four Years with the Perm-Way Market)
    oithe
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    1171 S. Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach
    Free Delivery Excellent Serv
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    TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    420 Lincoln Road
    A MOST HAPPY
    NEW YEAR TO ALL
    Mr. and Mrs. E. !. Baskind
    and FAMILY
    NEW YEAR GREETSINGS
    SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
    61 NX 26th Street
    Phone 2-5365
    TO ALL A MOST
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    FLORIDA PROCESSING CO.
    JOSEPH COHEN
    27TH STREET
    HIALEAH
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    PLUMBERS
    5600 N. E. 4th Avenue
    PHONE 89-2411
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
    General Contractors
    1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-4325
    MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
    GREETINGS
    CARSOX'S
    MOTOR I\\
    AUTO REPAIRS
    Phone 2-3586
    502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
    REST WISHES FOR
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    GREEN BROTHERS
    Merchandise Food Factors
    55 N. E. 24th Street
    MORRIS L W. AL LEON GREEN
    For Reel and Relaxation
    At Your Favorite Furniture Store
    Phone 82-8416
    AIR-VUE VENETIAN
    WINDOWS AND DOORS
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    1776 Biscayne Blvd.
    Miami 35. Florida
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    Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel
    and son Marvin San ford
    Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Greenberg
    and Daughter
    Extend Best Wishes to All for
    A HAPPY, JOYOUS NEW YEAR


    rfv SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
    *Jewishflhrsfttei?
    PAGE EIGHTY-SEVEN
    forld Jewish Group Drafts Memorandum
    Future Occupation Of Germany
    PARIS.
    (jTA)A memoran-
    [lum outlining Jewish views on
    ' nre occupation statute for Ger-
    Unv which is now under discus-
    "JL, presented here this week
    % French Foreign Ministry
    i \he World Jewish Congress.
    JL French government will for-
    I ,,j this memorandum to its
    LhSation on the Allied commit-
    Vwhich is working on the over-
    ruling of the occupation statute.
    llajor recommendations in the
    memorandum are:
    I I The German government
    L C the reality of the crimes com-
    bined against the Jews and the
    feitimacy of demands for re-
    jarations.
    I ? Extension of the present oc-
    Loation statute and recommend-
    fciton to the German government
    Eat it promulgate legislation con-
    temning incitement to racial
    fcatred.
    3 That the German government
    hust undertake to reeducate the
    German vouth in line with demo-
    l-atic and humanitarian ideas.
    |4. Arrange for the speedy trial
    L "aii war criminals. Any am-
    fcesty or release of persons
    fcntenced for crimes against
    lumanitv should be subject to
    Lifirmation by the occupation
    Authorities.
    I 5. The handling of the restitu-
    tion problem must remain within
    [he competence of the Allied au-
    thorities. In any treaty between
    the Allied powers and the Ger-
    man Federal Republic, the Ger-
    man government should under-
    take to respect the restitution
    laws enacted by the Allied
    powers.
    6. Present reparations legisla-
    tion should be modified and
    should take into consideration
    only the extent of damage suf-
    fered without limitation of date
    or residence. It is proposed that
    in any new treaty a clause be
    inserted obliging the German
    government to adopt a general
    reparations law making repara-
    tions not dependent upon the
    residence of the victims in Ger-
    many.
    7. Any new agreement with
    Germany considering restitution
    should contain guarantees against
    discrimination of rightful owners
    living abroad.
    8. The Federal Republic should
    be obliged to indemnify the Jew-
    ish people through compensation
    in goods and services. As regards
    determination of the extent of
    collective indeminification, it
    would be advisable to refer to
    the Paris Agreement on Repara-
    tions of December, 1945.
    9. Cemeteries in Germany
    where victims of Nazism are
    buried should be plaTed under
    international control and theii
    supervision entrusted to an inter-
    national committee.
    'resident Truman's Rosh llashona
    ireeting To The .lews Of America
    "I extend to all my fellow Americans of Jewish faith my
    Icordial greetings on the occasion of the commencement of the
    bewish New Year.
    "The celebration of a new year is customarily a time of
    looking back upon the experiences of the past and forward
    Ito the promise of the future. It is clear that in the past the world
    has long hoped and worked for peace and freedom among
    all nations and peoples.
    "Let us, in the future, continue our common efforts toward
    he achievement of these goals."
    Mount Sinai .
    One Year Later
    (Continued from Page 81)
    capacity). As of the first of!
    August, 262 babies were born at
    Mount Sinai.
    A total of 4,012 patients were
    admitted to the hospital for a
    total of 40.515 days since the
    institution opened its doors, ac-
    cording to Max Orovitz, president.
    To date renovation and equip-
    ment of the hospital has cost
    approximately $925,000, he said.
    Plans are already underway for
    a new 300-bed facility to be
    erected on adjacent Collins Island.
    Samuel Gertner is executive di-
    rector of the hospital.
    Well, that's the de luxe tour of
    the hospital and its facilities. It
    reveals that miracles have indeed
    been wrought during 5710.
    nrcn nsio niv1?
    Victor Hotel
    OWNER MANAGEMENT
    EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
    VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
    TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
    Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
    The Dining Room will be open for the High Holidays on the
    American Plan. Services will be conducted by
    a well known Chazan.
    1144 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
    JOSEPH WALDMAN. Owner

    Mr. & Mrs. Benj. Puchkoff
    of 1550 S. W. 16th Av.
    Wish a Happy New Year to our
    son and his family, Mr. and Ms.
    Morris Puchkoff, and to our son-
    in-law and daughter, Mr. and
    Mrs. Herman Feldman and their
    family and to all our friends.
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    Phone z-5457
    VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
    SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES ____
    1504 N. Barshor* Drive Miami. Florida
    TO ALL GREETINGS
    PLUMBING BY
    KEETON
    Day & Night Service
    Phone 83-5288
    3001 S.W. 25th St Miami. Fla.
    FRANK E. KEETON
    HI AND MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
    and Family
    1801 Collina Avenue. Miami Beach
    WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    TO ALL .
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Radiant Health
    Foods
    PHONE 3-3252
    Miami's Popular Health Store
    125 Seybold Arcade
    In Behalf of the
    Ilisi.Ml.ml. | iai hiih Ivrith
    (Organization of Hebrew Culture)
    we wish our members and friends, both residents and tourists.
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    P. Puchkoff, Hon. President J. Z. Stadlan President
    William Agranove, Secretary
    HARRY KAPCHAN EXTENDS
    HIS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    FOOD MART 86-6226
    7440 COLLINS AVENUE
    DREXEL FOOD MARKET
    1445 Drexel Avenue 5-5529
    THE RABBI, OFFICERS, MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION
    AND THE DORA STEIN SISTERHOOD OF THE
    ISRAELITE CENTER
    EXTEND THEIR GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
    FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    IRVING SPERLING M. BROWN
    President
    Vice President
    MRS. ALMA SCHWARTZ
    President, Dora Stein Sisterhood
    HAPPY NEW YEAR

    MANUFACTURERS OF INSERT WIRE SCREENING
    ALUMINUM BRONZE STEEL GALVANIZED
    PENNWOVEN, INC.
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    Warehouse 260 N. W. 25th Street
    Phone 82-6531 Miami, Florida.
    MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
    HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY
    TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
    AND TO ALL JEWRY
    MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN AUERBACH & FAMILY
    With Street Fish and Sea Food
    147 N. W. 5th St Ph. 82-4202 Miami, Fla.
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    New Year
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    ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
    Phone: Miami 87-1631
    Box 786, Coral Gable*. Fla.
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    PAGE EIGHTY-EIGHT
    * Jen is* fkridiar
    LH25a a. *
    Loyalty
    American Jews Owe Political
    To U. S. Only, Israel Premier Says
    that some have come and ex-
    pressed the belief that more
    would come, not only from coun-
    tries where Jew8 are oppressed
    but also from countries where
    Jews live in freedom and are
    JERUSALEM, (JTA)American Jews, as a community and equal in status to all other citi-
    es individuals, have only one political attachment and that is sns oj their-country. '"""gJJJ
    the United States, Premier David Ben Gurion of Israel declared [g free choice." The pioneers, he
    here this week. ncluded, will come along with
    The Premier made this declaration at a luncheon in honor all others who believe that their
    of Jacob Blaustein. president of aspirations as human beings and
    the American Jewish Committee. American Jewry will continue to .,, j,.,vs can best be fulfilled by
    Mr. Blaustein was invited to visit extend its support and ass stance )ltv .md work in brael.
    o its brethren abroad, and added Pl.aising American Jews for
    iny weakening of American tradition of aiding Israel.
    Jewry, any diminution of its M B G j sajd: ..You Mr
    status would be a definite loss. f thc fm(,sl
    for the Jews e\< > where and for
    Israel, in particular.
    I by the Premier so that he
    could clarify certain aspects of
    the relations between Israel and
    American Jews for the benefit of
    both groups. Among the distin-
    guished guests at the affair were
    various Cabinet Ministers. Berl
    'In tion Mr. Ben
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    as t
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    nenl !y
    with each An i ii an Jew
    If."
    Pointing out that Israel needs
    chalutzim also, the Premier said
    and raise their standards of liv-
    ing, you have been doing here.
    to .. largi extent, under difficult
    I' ntinued on Next Page I
    You Go to Bed
    TO SLEEP
    -NOT TO FRET
    SINCERE WISHES
    FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    V
    PHILIP BERKOWITZ
    MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ & FAMILY
    MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ & FAMILY
    MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
    MR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN & FAMILY
    MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF & FAMILY
    and DONALD BERKOWITZ
    Evmr no tic* how small
    troubles look big to y on
    and greater trouble*
    team training whan
    nervous tension keep*
    row awake at night?
    You cast b* at four
    bast mentally or ph y
    tcallr onla yvu gat
    sufficient sleep.
    Mil., JhMCM hat
    kalpad thousands to
    mot* netful nights and
    more peaceful dart.
    Aak jrout druggist fat
    MU* Nerrtn*. CAU.
    TIONuse only as dl>
    ractad. Bffarraacent
    tablets. S5e and 75*
    -Liquid, 25c and $1.00,
    Miles Laboratories,
    Inc. Elkhart.
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    one
    examples of this tradition. As
    raei. in particular. an AmcI.ican Jew vou are making
    "We are happy to know of the manv significant contributions to
    Locker, chairman of the Jewish deep and growing interest which tn(1 Jewish cause and to the'
    Agency executive in Jerusalem. American Jews of all shades and cause 0f democracy. I believe that
    and U.N. Chief of Staff Gen. Wil- convictions take in what has j |lnow something of the spirit of '
    liam E. Riley. fallen to us to achieve in this | American Jewry among whom I
    After praising the material and.country." Premier Ben Burion ,ived for some years and I am'
    political support of American continued. Were we,,God forbid.| convinced that it will continue
    Jewry and their "warm hearted!*0 fail .fctfg^'hat we have under- ,0 make a major contribution to
    and practical idealism" which, he taken, the failure would cause oUr grea, offorl of reconstruction,
    said, has been one of the princi- grievous pain to Jews everywhere j hope [n;lt tne talks we nave had
    pal sources of Israel's strei !ld nowhere more than in your tnese )>iSl tew clavs w,n ieaci to I
    and success, the Premier said that community. Our sui failure even cioser cooperaion between
    iin misunderstandings about depends in a large measure on our ur two communities."
    the relations between A with and1 on the Replying, Mr. Blaustein praised
    Jewry and Israel are "likely to [ ^jVv1'"^ the tremendous achievements of
    alienate sympathies and creat<
    dishai monj w hi
    close peratioi
    nee."
    He pointi ul I

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    i
    ' ins in
    their own i
    He expn I I hope that
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    Milled
    Electric
    Co.
    Quality Contracting
    and
    Service
    404 S.W. 8th Avenue
    Phone 9-2477
    THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
    of the
    Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami
    EXTEND 'OVO^OVo^,,,, BEST
    They invite you to visit them in their Club Room at the Tm<. j
    Beach Club. Lincoln Road at the Ocean ad
    Meetings held every other Saturday night throughout the v.
    ENTERTAINMENT FREE PARKING
    SAMUEL S. STAHL. Pre.s-
    3901 Biscayne Blvd.
    . Phone 8-2933
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    1325 Obispo Ave. 1504 All
    Phone 83-3487 Ph(llu. 5.62]f
    ROSE RAPPAPORT. Secretary
    27 Suffolk Avenue. Hialeah
    Phone 88-3814
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    LmAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 195Q
    *J*i*t,fkririir,
    PAGE EIGHTY-NINE
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    Greetings
    A Happy New
    grant you evt. .,...... --- j"-. >> The Jews of the State of Israel and the Jews of our country the
    United States of Ameriea. both depend on the welfare of the United
    states. First then we pray for the welfare of our country for in its
    0 ...... hall up all be well served.
    3py New Year to each and every one of my people. May
    ju everything good that your hearts pray for
    s of the State of Israel and the Jews of our country the
    s of Ameriea. both depend on the welfare of the United
    [fare shall we all be well served.
    Let us therefore remember and never forget that the American
    [liens do NOT belong in thought or in fact to the State of Israel
    lif God fi'i-bid. anything should happen to this country in the struggle
    Inou t ,he Jews of Amenca and ^e Jews of Israel shall be
    line sufi< rers.
    I doubt whether there is one per cent of American Jews who are
    trilling have any intention of exchanging their American citizen-
    |ship f :i citizenship. The health and strength of the Israeli
    willing i r
    ship f"; >-"" '-;""'"'''' "'" "c"'; <"'" stiengm 01 tne Israeli
    rews di I on tne healtn and strength of the American Jews, and
    die American Jews depend on the greatness and democratic spirit
    of ^ United States.
    purl re, we have a great deal to teach the Israeli Jews
    !We are r t going to turn the hands on the clock of time and
    levolul .ward. We have developed an American Judaism in
    which evi Jew of whatever shade of opinion and affiliation can
    land dot I nd place in the framework of the democratic ideal called
    "amekk'\
    I vi e to --ay that it will take many decades, or perhaps
    centurii re the Israeli Jews will attain to the high stage of
    the Jews the United States.
    i hope of the Jews who are oppressed. The United
    igl pe of the world.
    a you in the coming year, and give you peace of
    Jmind. ealthy spirit to enjoy the gifts of America, and to
    [eontril .'' good and fine humanitarian movement through-
    lout the rid.
    \ cry sincerely.
    JACOB H. KAPLAN.
    President.
    Greater Miami and Florida Rabbinical Associations.
    "vigorously repudiate any sag-
    g^stion or implication that they
    i are in exile." American Jews are
    attached to America, he stated,
    adding that for American Jews
    America is the home where they .
    are rooted and which they helped
    build, sharing its fruits and its
    destiny and believing in the
    American future as a democratic-
    society. "If America fails." he
    said, "there will be no future for .
    democracy anywhere in the world
    and the very existence of Israel
    viuld be problematical.
    "However, your statement. Mr.
    Premier, serves as unmistak-.
    evidence that the responsible
    leaders of Israel and the organ-
    izations connected with it fully
    unders/and that future relations
    between the American Jewish
    community and the state of Israel
    must be based on mutual respect
    of one another's feelings and
    needs and the preservation of the
    integrity of both communities a
    their institutions." Mr. Blaustein
    concluded.
    American Jews Owe Loyalty To. U. S.
    l(Continued fr m Previous Page)
    (condition: nd great sacrifice,'* he
    I said.
    [ am tified to say that the
    Ipeoplc- want democracy
    land will pt any dictator-
    ship or: anism from with-
    I in or Mr. Blaustein
    (continued The vast majority of
    I American. Ji recognizes the
    |necessit> -ability of ,help-
    ing to mak< Is ael a strong, reli-
    able:^.: ipporting state for
    [Israel; world's sake. We
    1 will do all can to further
    increase oui thare in the great
    [historic ".ask oi helping Israel to
    otve its i .-- s.
    "Bui." Mr S.austein pointed
    lout, "lie must .n the true spirit
    [of friend sound a note of
    IcautiM I ael must recognize
    lethal.': .ir a* goodv'll among
    The : Chinese Hung So-
    ne,v : teen centuries old .ac-
    |cora:r,2 :, the Encyclopaedia
    Brit :.-.
    citizens is a two-way street: that
    Israel also has responsibility :n
    this situationresponsibility in
    terms of not affecting adversely
    the sensibilities of Jews who are
    citizen* of other states by what
    it says or does.
    "American Jews." he insisted.
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    PAGE NINETY
    m fcgjife Fkiridiar
    FRIDAY. SEPTEMRto ,
    The Jewish Community Comes Of Age
    (Continued from Page 85)
    as well as the services it was
    rendering to the community.
    The refugee program of the
    agency also came under the pur-
    of the survey, because the
    lief expenditures for/these New
    Americans were running far
    if the amount appropriated
    Federation. The Council of
    vish Federations and Welfare
    Funds provided us with its social
    planning director, who. together
    : the i lint survey committee,
    idied thi various problems. This
    commits mtinued to meet
    ifl : the survej ie I his re-
    t, ;n order to act on his find-
    itions. The
    rk of this commit:.-' has al-
    ready h result
    ation of the JSSB.
    clarifying its program and serv-
    o -in- Jewish community.
    Several problems still remain
    . ch require further study and
    tion. On.- of these is in the ..
    providing .. relief program for
    ,\ -. sidents, in view of the
    : t that tin- public relief pro-
    .: am is so inadequate in our com-
    nity. Th.- : irganization of the
    ,.t tin.-- time has also
    ati i ten p irary difficulties, but
    it is hoped, will soon be
    ' :
    .SVrr ccs
    I )ne of the outstanding achi.v,-
    nts in our community du:
    pasl year was the opening of
    Ml Sinai Hospital. Hei e. too, the
    mmunity Planning Committee
    i .:. take somi edil fo the
    ition of this important health
    lity in our community, since
    i due to an i liei 5ur\ ey,
    ted bj imittee, that
    iblishment ol
    iout. In 1
    Ml
    Iready i
    tribution I
    Furthi ex-

    [ the J
    :
    th 1
    H
    1 Servici
    i Si
    ' Sen
    . gencn ; :
    pla
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    JSSB on .....
    duc<
    tures 1

    f tne JSSB
    olii
    thesi ." ". Amei icans to
    . ; md self-
    tizen il our com-
    inity. and not dependents on
    h In the first th i nths
    pei ation a Vocation -
    1 Service has more than justified
    existence. It has placed more
    n 45 individuals on jobs, most
    permanent.
    The Jewish Vocational Service
    - established on an experi-
    ntal and temp irary basis. Tims
    "cans,. ,i its limited person-
    ind financial facilities, it has
    been serving only a small gi
    : people in our community. In-
    creasing i .,. ... made,
    Wever, to open the service | i
    the general public and to provide
    vocational counselling, particular-
    ly to the yount> adult members
    of our community. Here. too. the
    'immunity Planning Committee
    will continue to study the matter
    eamfully, bo that appropriate ac-
    tion can be taken.
    Jewish Education.
    In the spirit of the rabbinic
    dictum, one may comment that
    Jewish education is one of the
    three pillars necessary for the
    sur.sval of the Jewish commun- j
    ity. Only a well-integrated and
    formalized Jewish education pro-
    gram will give the individual a
    sound understanding of his Jew-
    ishness. an understanding which
    inessential so that he will identify
    himself with the Jewish com-
    munity, become part of it and
    work for it. Our Bureau of Jewish
    Education, in its six years of
    operation, has helped to raise the
    level .if Jewish education in the
    Hebrew sch ioIs and to stimulate
    enrollments. Through the bureau,
    the Federation provided over 100
    free scholarships to a number of
    children whose parents were-un-
    able to pay the school tuition.
    : this assistance was limit-
    ed, it helped some schools to
    operate with proper standards,
    which would not have been
    possible otherwise. The bureau
    also conduits a Hebrew High
    School and has inaugurated
    formal courses for adults.
    The bureau recognizes, how-
    ever, that it must establish a
    much closer relationship with the
    Hebrew Schools in order to im-
    prove some conditions and
    strengthen the Jewish education
    program.
    Further clarification is needed ,
    in regard to providing free
    scholarships, to which some ob-
    jections have been raised. Thjs
    indirect form of assistance to
    schools may have to be handled
    through a more forthright ap-
    proach.
    Some study should also be made
    in regard to the opening of new
    Hebrew schools in the suburban
    areas. There is some question
    whether these schools can operate
    successfully with the limited en-
    rollments they have, or whether
    it would be feasible to combine-
    such schools.
    Planriiiip Activities To
    Continue /" 5711.
    These are the highlights in the
    activities of our social service
    agencies during the course of the
    sear, winch are helping to shape
    the spirit and life of our Jewish
    community. Ours is still a young
    and growing community. As in
    the case of all growing youngsters,
    we must continue to watch and |
    nurture the cultural, health, wel-
    fare and recreational services of
    our Jewish community, which are
    so essential to a balanced and
    society, along with our
    religious institutions and organ- ,
    izational work. This will continue
    to be the task of the Community
    Planning Department of Federa-
    tion in the year 5711. as it has
    been in the past year 5710.
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    and Iuntil if
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    the Acquisition of the
    STRATH-HAVEN
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    411 Ocean Drive
    Miami Beach
    Commencing October 1, 1950
    ."./at. Lazar, Nathan Ginaburo, Louis Foi
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    and their children-
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    and Daughters, Frances Ann and Michelle Rae
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bear
    and Daughter, Rohan
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    and Son, Arthur Henry and Daughter, Rachelle Carey
    Wish All Their Friends a
    Happy New Year


    BjpAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950
    -Jemisr fkrijnr
    PAGE NINETY-ONE
    'Between You and Me"
    By BORIS SMOLAR
    ; :ght. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ir.c.)
    , B6)
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    [ among the
    I iupa in rushing
    i press ... It
    [ nstituent
    1 N.C.R.A.C.
    I Am rican Jewish
    I
    \
    n Jewish
    B'rith. Jewish
    tee, Jewish War
    t important
    [ -till no agree-
    j m on the question
    I --. u'.d be divi-
    j litj with regard
    f doing ;n the ,
    [ tting anti-Semitism
    T \i e is definite
    -..: them on co- j
    I issue concern- ,
    l esponsibility"
    I ceni n the question:
    iioulri should there not
    L a ,: f responsibilities
    i\ot\n I es in the field, to j
    |e full- nt possible, so that
    i woul >' known and
    , it a certain area ,
    the n sponsibility of
    i :; and is not the
    I ility of < ny of the others
    f. Th has its advocates .
    L-i op| : Ut the fact that'
    >r discussion I
    Indii ; 'ne sentiment
    lh:c-h year more and
    \ ntralization of
    , life, even in
    hzation cannot
    " prolonged
    I
    *
    [AMES WAMES:
    A is better than
    , the Bible .
    t. is of wisdom
    I
    I k just pub-
    Nan es" .1
    I -
    b if :
    A names
    J' pie of >
    I ties And he devotes
    Pter to the origin of Jewish
    es He estab;
    were late in adoptinf
    names and did not take
    until compelled to Bv
    m 1809 in Prankfurt-M
    :n 13!2 in Prussia and B.,
    the Jews were forced to adopt
    surnames ... In Bohemia
    were ordered to adopt
    in 1.87. but until 1836 the ,'
    surnames in Bohemia we.
    stricted to Biblical names .
    Thus. Jewish names of Biblical
    n are numerous.
    Cohen. Levy ... In France.
    Napoleon required the Jev
    1808 to use family names, for-
    bidding them to take nan
    localities or of famous families
    Poland required Jews to
    adopt family names as early as
    1821. while Russia obliged them
    to take family names after 1844
    . Jews of Spain. Portugal, and
    Italy adopted surnames without
    compulsion, usually taking place
    naves The German Jews who
    adopted surnames willingly chose
    compounds which sounded well
    like Blumberg (flower mountain).
    Goldstein (gold stone). Rosenthal
    (rose valley) Those Jews who
    it!
    Mr. and Mrs.
    Harry Saffer
    and Family
    Extend Their Best Wishes
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    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    resisted were assigned not
    surnames bv
    prejudiced officials Some
    were evi ~ip.
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    !ed to [
    j
    signed I
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    urn :'.. gran
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    ' by C- bid.
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    and gen
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    be obtained I
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    e less co:: )ng
    Sephardic J- unong J
    rn Germany or E Europe
    Among the G
    European Je
    :v h they had been
    ed was added to thej
    names Animal names such
    as Wolf, Fuchs. Adler, Hirach.
    Ochs and Loewe were also given
    to them Some Jewish sur-
    names developed from family
    escutcheons, especially :n south-
    western Germany The
    famous family of Rothschild, for
    example, took its name :'.
    ;d identifying their house
    an the Judengasse in Frankfurt-
    Main Curiously, i: origins
    ' bore the sign of a green shield.
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    * kT>isl fkridiir
    FRIDAY, SEPTEMRfp
    Israel Soldier*
    Killed Bv Mine
    JERUSALEM. (JTA) Four
    Israel soldiers were killed this
    week when an army vehicle in
    which they were riding struck a
    landmine near Beit Jibrin. in
    s/uthern Israel. Four other
    soldiers were seriously wounded.
    Taking a most serious view of
    the armistice breach, the Israel
    Army has ordered the withdrawal
    until further notice of all Israel
    troops assigned to mixed border
    partols. together with Trans-
    jordan troops. The Army also
    ordered a halt to all Israel-Trans-
    jordan border demarcation work.
    Four immigrants who recently
    arrived in Israel and settled in the
    Shubakh settlement, located near
    the Gaza border, have been miss-
    ing since August 20. it was an-
    nounced this week. The settlers
    left their homes to pick fruits and
    have not been heard from since.
    Police stationed in Migdal Gad
    opened an investigation but to
    date their efforts have proved
    fruitless. It is believed they must
    have lost their way and strayed
    into Egyptian territory. A request
    that they be traced by the Egyp-
    New Year Message
    tian authorities has been made
    through the mixed Israel-Egyp-
    tian Armistice Commission.
    i ii.m Meets With
    Austin. Malik
    LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)
    Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban.
    who is also head of the Israel
    delegation at the United Nations.
    met separately this week with
    Sen. Warren R. Austin, head of
    :h" American delegation, and
    Yacov Malik, head of the Soviet
    delegation.
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    By HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR.
    General Chairman. United Jewish Appeal
    We have just completed a year in which we have recorded
    memorable achievements in behalf of the Jewish people. But the
    events of 5710 have also demonstrated that we are still confronted
    : with herculean tasks of rescue and immigration that mean life or
    death for hunderds of thousands
    of our fellow Jews in many parts
    of the world.
    Many of the circumstances of
    ! Jewish need today are reminiscent
    of the days of Hitler. Tens of
    | thousands are still fleeingstill
    | in danger of being destroyed
    through wholesale persecution.
    There are deadlines on the great
    life-saving job that must be
    carried on by the United Jewish
    Appeal.
    All of us must feel a deep sense
    of gratitude to the Jews of
    Israel, who have unswervingly
    maintained the policy of the open
    door. They have made heroic
    sacrifices to welcome increasing
    numbers of refugees from every
    corner of the globe. And the new
    tasks of flying 50.000 Jews out of
    Iraq to Israel and of transferring
    70.000 from Roumania fore-
    shadow even greater demands on
    the meager resources of the people
    of Israel.
    With the beginning of 5711, American Jews are entering a year
    in which they must continue to give large sums for the programs
    of the United Jewish Appeal in Israel, in Europe and North Africa
    and in the United States.
    We have the challenge of beating the deadlines into lifelines
    with all-out action and giving. Let us not forget that the days of
    emergency are not over. Let us take pride in the fact that our
    achievements have created new opportunities for the survival and
    reconstruction of the Jewish people. But we must not fail to recognize
    that these new opportunities cannot be bypassed without grave
    consequences for the future of Israel and for Jews everywhere.
    In extending my greetings and best wishes to the Jews of the
    United States. I want to express my profound appreciation for their
    devoted and loyal support of the United Jewish Appeal.
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8. 1950 +Jsnlst> norktian PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN A Half Century Of The Theatre By HENRY W. LEVY In th MT'iK's NOTE: The author of this •omprehenalve survey on Jews rheatre, Mr. Levy, la a well known publicist, Who has |i>nK been i in the theatre, An associate editor of the Universal Jewish subject. i Jewish .,,u.', he la the author of the enoyolopedia'a article on the I | now the public relations director of the Associated „ ,i welfare Fund or Baltimore.) (or Broadway trawwm "" IUICU uiw ui U-JU seuson enaea ~—, •*— %  •"• Zl ,he performances that evening. It is interesting at this ^LtZLt^o^h^ KSaSK Jrt medians of the earty years ; fffgg. %  J ^^en played in the American of the century, Louis Mann, Kaufman who has £ een writing since the year 1919-20 and two volumes covering the first twenty years of the century) in which I that eminent critic chose the Ten Best Plays of the Year (since his 1 death in 1948 the chore has been When the curtains were lowered in thirty-cdd th^t^'^KaS.^u^t^ide. in New York City at 11 p.m. on Memorial Day the American of the contribution of Jewish theatre officially completed the first half of the twentieth century, playwrights to the theatre's i„, Rroadwav tradition has ruled that the 1949-50 season ended Best "' when you note that of the or _-. Q o.W D vcninn Tt ;= l„~—M„~ „. .u : „ -30 plays chosen i est of the past midd! tu theatre' George Sidney. Sam and Barney p i ays f or more tnan thirty years This r;m be done in terms of Bernard; Sylvia Sidney and Meland can well lay claim to being roducers, of directors, of actors,. vin Douglas who went on to even the most successful collaborator 'V scenic' designers and playgreater fame in the movies; Joe in American theatrical history, Weber and Lou Fields, the earliest has been represented on the of the great Jewish musical Mantle "Best" lists no less than comics; and such later day musieighteen times, leading all other cal comedy figures as Al Jolson. playwrights. In second place Eddie Cantor, George Jessel. Fannie Brice, Lou Holtz. the Marx Brothers, Ed Wynn. Willie and Eugene Howard. Bert Lahr, Milton Berle and Danny Kaye. In the realm of stage designers. Jo Mielziner is probably the greatest. But there are others: Boris Aronson, Aline Bernstein, FITZPATRICK PAINT CO. FITZ—THE PAINT MAN OUTSIDE LUMINALL FOR ALL STUCCO FINISHES — WEATHERPROOF AN On. PASTE P.A.I.N.T. — THINS WITH WATER YOU TRIED THE REST — NOW USE THE BEST 725 North Miami Avenue Miami. Florida When you think of producer-; such names immediately mind as David Balasco, Charles and Daniel Frohman, e il. Harris, the Shubert Klaw and Erlanger. :i Shumlin, Jed Harris, Freedly, the Theatre ,: •. Theresa Helburn and I e nce Langner, Edgar and Selwyn, A. H. Woods, Lee Sabinson, Billy Rose, Kermit len and Max Gordon— (Continued on Page 39) y ist a few. Some of these i Lee Simonson. to name just a few. nroducers hiive doubled as diBut it was Shakespeare who Bi lasco. the Frohmans, | has never been contradicted since c Jed Harris and the he said, "The play's the thing," -and to this list you [ and it is thus quite proper that such outstanding dithe importance of Jews in the George S. Kaufman, i twentieth century American thea1 berg, Harold Clurman, tre should be evaluated on the il.,:!. Shepard Traube, | basis of our playwrights. With Ki skin, Garson Kanin,' every professional critic's opinion I i Leo Bulgakov, and, his own, and with these evaluate great Max Reintions as ephemeral as yesterday's newspaper, it is perhaps wise to .. „ .! turn to the thirty-three Burns Of actors there are also many., Mantle Yearbooks of the Theatre David Waifald remembered as' ( one f each theatrical season ilusic Master and Shytic Nazimova, Amerinterpreter of Ibsei B Kalich, the great rid Avenue's Yiddish who successfully made the > lo highly dramatic roles on Broadway; th< Schildkrauts, lather and son; ihe unforgettable L iis Wolheim of "What Price Glory:" John Garfield, J. Edward Fr


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pUDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 *Jkwisfi fhr/afirann PAGE THIRTY-NINE A HALF CENTURY OF THE THEATRE (Continued from Page 37) „ mnmr Jewish authors is the more HSul Moss Hart, with ten Sect" plays to his credit, six of „hirh wore collaborations with Katfman during the 1930-40 J', ( |,. S:nce then, Hart has gone V, even greater fame on his nwn while Kaufman, for the most part, has had lean days. N -„t i,„, far behind are two of America's major playwrights, SL er Rice and S. N. Behrman, „ ac h with six listings. Following arc Lillian Hellman with five; Sidmw Kmgsley. Rose Franken and Edna Ferber (all collaborators with Kaufman) four each; and Cifford Odets, Samson Raphatlson. Ferenc Molnar and Joseph Fields with three plays each. Other repeat authors are: John Wexlcv. Norman Krasna, Samuel Rpewack, Arthur Miller, Oscar Hammerstein and Richard Rodeers. and Jerome Choderov (collaborations with Joseph Fields) two each. Another way of judging the quality of plays of Jewish authorship is to check the list of plays that have won the Pulitizer Prize 0 f ih,' annual New York Drama Critics Award. The Drama Critics .:... |i eleven selections in recenl years, lour of which were luthors. In the twentynine years that the, Pulitzer judges have made selections, the ent -six times to Jewish playw; ights. 0n< play, "Death of a Sales\ thur Miller, produced 1H48-49. won both the tics' awards. Only plays have similarly won • olade of both groups. the William Saroyan "The Time in 1939-40 and the Williams "A Streetcar in 1947-48. Bi th of a Salesman," thi iof Jewish authorwon the Pulitzer Prize Scene" by El28-28); "Of Thee I Sing" by Geoi S. Kaufman and Morrle Hyskind with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin (1931-32); the first musical ever to be so ijonored; "Men in White" by Sidney Kingsley (1823-24); "You Can't Take It With you" by George S. Kaufman iind Moss Hart (1936-37) and "South Pacific" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (with Joshua Logan) (194950). The other plays to win the Critics' Award are: "Watch on the Rhine" by Lillian Hellman (1940-41): "The Patriots" by Sidney Kingsley (1942-43) and "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller (1946-47). But enough of statistics. How | do the Jewish playwrights shape up with their contemporaries? Will any one of them achieve immorality, or even be well remembered fifty years from now? It is pretty generally agreed I that the greatest playwrights of the twentieth century—the ones to whom the word genius have at various times been applied—are George Bernard Shaw, Eugene O'Neil and Sean O'Casey—more than a slight dash of old Erin. Shaw may very well be Shakespeare's successor, as he has pro, claimed himself. Surely the evi, dence of the last season—the fact | that his "The Devil's Disciple" and "Ceasar and Cleopatra" were j among the outstanding hits of the year—would tend to bolster the I Shaw ego, if it were so in need. But then Shaw is in a class by himself. Who can begin to measure witticisms with Shaw; who can so engagingly contrive parlor debates as the great G.B.S.; who 'can dress up serious discussions— even propaganda—in the balanced cadences of good humor? There's i the late Philip Barry, who gave us some of the best of the Ameri1 can comedies of manners — sophistication 'with a touch of mysticism. There's S. N. Behrman who has amusingly and wisely discussed Hitlerism, Communism and other topical matters in the finest prose written on this side of the Atlantic. There's Noel Coward with his witty box office sex-sesses, an urbane writer without too much substance. There's Ferenc Molnar, the father of the Viennese school of boudoir philosophy and. in France, we have Henri Bernstein and Sascha Guitry. And there's John GalsTO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR J. TALLES SODA FOUNTAIN AND CARBONATORS REPAIRED 1661 N. W. 16th Street Phono 9-5561 2005 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-1889 worthy and Somerset Maugham. Shaw's English compatriots, both polished and experienced phrasemakers of the theatre. No Shaw any of them, but in Behrman. Molnar and Bernstein we score three top notch playwrights who can at least be mentioned in the same paragraph. In the realm of the drama, in the serious and foreboding realism of tortured, introspective personalities, the ailing Eugene O'Neil is supreme; he is most assuredly America's outstanding playwright, the man whom the critics agree is most likely to live in anthologies, as well as in the theatre of the future. Two Jewish playwrights come closest to him —Lillian Hellman and the youthful Arthur Miller. Miss Hellman's studies of decadence, her "Little Foxes" and "Another Part of the Forest," the family that again came to life this year in the Marc Blitztein musical drama, "Regina," are noteworthy pieces of dramaturgy on a par with much of O'Neil. And her "Watch on the Rhine," in which she had her say on Nazism, and "The Children's Hour" are plays of honest and stark realism, as well as social perception. Then there is Arthur Miller, who achieved greatness, with (Continued on Page 42) GREETINGS .TO ALL SOUTHLAND CHEVROLET INC. SALES AND SERVICE 1125 N. E. 2nd Avenue Telehone 9-0691 TRUCK DEPARTMENT 1714 N. W. 1st Avenue Telephone 98-3657 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 GREETINGS Super Sagless Spring Corporation of Florida JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES 2*65 S. W. 8th Street A. P. LAND, Manager Phone 83-2249 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Richie Plumbing Supply, Ine. 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u %  jjpiv SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 +Jewisti fkrid/ann PAGE SEVENTEEN wish Law For Men In The Armed Forces The Unique Work of JWB's Responsa Committee By DR. SOLOMON B. FREEHOF ii during Worm war II to nrni with specific questions of Jewlsl inn raised by chaplains, servicemen ami government officiate th Committee of JWB's Dlvlsli f Religious Activities obtained fu.. Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Rabbis on hundreds of Jewish ritual ami law. Dr. Preahof, win. headed the committee war, .'iid still does, tells something of the unique work of this FStii whit ii Is an Integral part of JWB's Division of K.-Hgious Activities, "."•T.i, llr I1 Iiof Is chairman. rtllch P' posed of 21 rabbis—seven each vision for the exemption of confront the Orthodox, Conservative I scientious objectors from military and Reform rabbinate. This com! service. A conscientious objector mittee was affiliated with the; was defined as one who on reNational Jewish Welfare Board. | %  which had long experience and contact with the Armed Forces. It was first called the C.A.N.R.A. (Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities) and is now a separate division of the National Jewish Welfare Board and is called the D.R.A. (Division of Religious Activities). One of the committees of the D.R.A. is the Responsa Commitligious grounds (such as Quakers, Menonites. "etc.) disbelieved in violence and considered the taking (Continue on Page 28) Dnf> of the qreat unsettled problems in the new State of | t ee composed of an Orthodox. I involves the status of Jewish law. Other states newly bunded have no such problem. But the Jewish state will have solve its relationship with traditional Jewish law very soon. [he reason for the urgency of the problem lies in the nature '^^SSL'&SL during the Second World War. On hundreds of questions involving 0 t exclusively religious in the tnS e of being merely ritual. It v lives government law, the Jewish law a unanimous answer eanization of courts, the pernnel of the judges, taxation, Orthodox Jewry certainly nnot accept with equanimity e idea that in a Jewish state the adiUonal Jewish jurisprudence ,u not h.adopted. The Jewish ;!' i" considered to be of divine I Jewry m World War II. was given by a committee composed of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbis. How that was possible and actually occurred is one of the most fascinating, little known chapters in the story of the participation of American [gin either by direct revelation I n the Torah) or by authentic L n (as in the Talmud hd the Codes). How then can it t pushed aside by a Jewish Bate, merely in the interests of hodernity? The difficulty in applying Jewfch law to a modern state inheres k the fact that it was created tid developed during the many lenturies of dispersion by theoEtical study and hence when tactically considered presents intumcrabie difficulties. But that [roblem will in some way be lived. It must be solved without |oo much delay. All this concerns us in America Ind in other lands, not merely because oi our deep interest in The National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) had been serving the Armed Forces continuously since World War I. It had a committee which dealt with the welfare of soldiers and sailors and also which kept in contact with Washington. At the beginning of the Second World War it became evident that the government intended to expand the chaplaincy service, appreciating more than it ever did before the need for spiritual guidance and voluntary morale service to the men in the Armed Services. The task, therefore, of selecting this greatly enlargd number of chaplains had to be undertaken in a much more systematic way than hitherto. Clearly only ministers and minishe welfare of the State of Israel, \ terial associations could determine ut because our own Jewish life i the ecclesiastical status of a candideeply affected by this highly j date for the chaplaincy. Hence, a ped. highly complex legal; committee was established, comIn fact, the problem of j he State of Israel is to a coni prrrwwwwrwwwwwwwnrwwww Hderabli extent '.he same prob% Bin: which confronts Jewries all ] > Bver the world. To what extent % fchould Jewish law govern our! £ j The answer to that question i % W. perhaps the basic source of the t %  differences between Orthodoxy, Conservatism and Reform. 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PAGE FOUR fjfftist nvridHan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 EDITORIAL A Wear oi Hinnlnvss Thi5 is the season of the year when our thoughts turn to the joyful things of life; when, even though there are threatening s-hawodws, our hearts feel only gratitude. "May this be a year of goodness end peace," we say, one of the other, "a year of realization and of spiritual prosperity." This is the hcur, too, when we draw close cgain to the fountainhead of our faith. Reverently we seek communion with God—and with ourselves. However faltering our belief, we wend our way toward the sanctuary—testifying thus to a victorious survival of impulses that, born of the past —long gone and buried in the niches cf memory, are ever precious and alive. It is not ;ust sentiment" that impels us to observe the holy days. Not merely a tribute to pious fathers and mothers. There is something more vague perhaps, but vitally compelling; something that banishes doubt and carries light into confused and troubled minds, and humbles men in the presence of the Great Mystery. It may be the realization that human life is, after all, bcrne on the wings of fate part of the majestic drama that is being enacted on this earthly scene. It is c day, also, for retrospection, for casting aside pretense and vanity and self-deception. A day to balance our accomplishments, and the satisfactions we gained in the past, against Time's iHusionmentscur victories against our failares. .': our se'.f-cppraisal is honest, and if we are •.villing to shed the trappings of convention and sacrifice rorr.e oi the meaningless things which we so ccrelessly offer to pride ... if we choose •he sirr.ple, modest way of life: then the day is no longer one of mere sentimental pretense, but takes on spiritual significance. Then, with cleaner hearts, with nobler earnestness, may we intone the plea: "Inscribe us in the See!-: cf Life, end grant unto us a Year of Happiness." Thv Year 57It We enter the year 5711 with the realization that certain basic responsibilities continue to confront American Jews. The events in the year which has just ended clearly indicated that we must still deal with many crucial problems and that the major shcre of our attention and effort must still be concentrated on the tasks of rebuilding Jewish life in Israel and other parts of the world. Recent developments on the world scene have served to underscore the fact that the hope of civilization lies in the leadership of the United States. In the case cf the Jewish people, it is self-evident that its destiny is overwhelmingly in the hands of the Jews of America. In the year 5710 we had ample evidence that the era of emerqency for Jews is not over. A very substantial increase in disaster immigration to Israel provided dramatic proof of the dangers confronting Jews in the Near East, North Africa and in certain parts of Europe. All of us were greatly encouraged by the fact that permission was granted to Jewp several months ago to leave Iraq and Roumania in substantial numbers. But this situation alone served to stress the urgency cf the increased obligations of American Jews in terms of greater response to the United Jewish H 4£fr#' A CALL FOR PEACE Appeal. There are deadlines on the emigration oi Jews from Iraq to Israel and from Roumania and other countries. It is difficult for us to take in terms of sacrifice when we realize that the people of Israel have had to assume greater burdens of austerity in order to provide their fellow Jews from lands of distress with the bare necessities of shelter and food. Through the instrumentality of the United Jewish Appeal, American Jews registered very definite and impressive achievements in 5710 in rehabilitation and resettlement in Israel, Europe and North Africa and in the United States. But as we begin a new year we must resolve to see the job through. We must recognize that large scale immigration to Israel represents a matter of saving lives and that to the extent that we fall short of our expectations, we are prolonging the misery and suffering, which so many hundreds of thousands of our brothers across the sea are enduring today. We have come a long way since the days of destruction. We have already established inspiring milestones on the road to revival. But we dare not falter, we dare not slacken our pace until we have fully solved the problem of Jewish suffering and homelessness. Great opportunities in the reconstruction of the Jewish people lie ahead in 5711. We must show that we axe worthy of these opportunities by meeting them with all the iesources and all the devotion at our command. In that way we will make it a happy new year for a maximum number cf our fellow Jews throughout the world. Inflationary I'endonn In Israel Denied Bv Finance .Minister JERUSALEM. (JTAi — Israel Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan denied here that inflationary tendencies exist in the Jewish state or that the government is considering a currency devaluation. Mr. Kaplan made this statement prior to the opening of the special conference of Israel govenment and Jewish Agency leade £ and a delegation of American business and communal leaders. The Finance Minister revealed that approximately five percent of deposits were withdrawn from benks during the month of August, amounting to about $19.000.000. He declared that this sum mcrea sed the gold price "uniust!" % %  ? and unreasonably" and those persons who rushed to stores to buy up large quantities of goods would lose a "good part of their money." He also disclosed that the government had allocated about $225,000,000 for immigration, absorption and colonization and that about $140,000,000 had already been spent by June of this year. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett I told a press conference that the i consultations which opened here will not embrace the financial j crisis but will instead help the I government draw up a long-term i policy of immigration and ab| sorption. Eailier. Dr. N;ihum Goodmann, chairman of the American B> of the Jewish Agency, declared that the consultations will not deal with Zionist affairs. He pointed out that the relations between the Agency and thegovernment were decided at the last meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee. UN Conciliation Unit Winds Up Current Meet JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The U.N. Palestine Conciliation Commission wound up its current sessions here and will leave for Ankara for a short visit t o Turkey. The Commission will reconvene at Lake Success on Oct ber 2. During its stay in the Middle East the Commission held official talks with the leaders of the fi£vernments concerned as well as private conversations with leading personalities in the various countries. Cemmics Or \o: Show foes On JERUSALEM. (JTA) — Communist demonstrators at the YMCA here last week failed to! halt the showing of an American I film on Korea. Jewish School Is Taken Over In Budapest ROME. (JTA)—The Jewish High School of Budapest—one of the best educational institutions in the Hungarian capital — has been taken over by the Hungarian government, according to reports reaching here this week. The school's teachers, the reports said, will be assigned to other posts, in accordance with the official nationalization policy. The "Tarbut" Hebrew school in Budapest was taken over by the government last year and all of the school's Jewish teachers have been replaced by Christian instructors. Hebrew is no longer part of the Tarbut school's curriculum, the reports reaching here stated. *Ufewifi Hcridliar Published every Friday tince IK" by The Jewish Floridian t 120 N. E. Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July *• 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewisn Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. Amen, can Association of English. Jewisn Newspapers, Florida Press Association. The .It wish Floridian does not Biiamntre the Kashruth of the mt-rchancflse advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year S3.00 Two Yeara. 500 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor aad Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. 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jjjpAy, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 +Jewisti noridiatn PAGE SEVENTY-ONE T 0 ALL ... A MOST H APPY NEW YEAR A. D. F. Bloodworth GREETINGS T O A L L JOI: conns "Little River" 7949 N. E. 2nd Avenue TIPPING THE SCALES \ By DAVID SCHWARTZ Mr. Winkler sat buck in his Cnair, He should have been very comfortable—felt completely at ease. It was Rosh Hashona. He had been lo the synagogue and ( ha rity that you have discharged words of the rebbe kept running through his years. "You cannot live in ivory towers. he had said. "You must not believe that because you have given some money for this or that NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL WAYSIDE FARMS SPECIALIZING BI HOME GROWN STRAWBERRIES 1635 N.W. 42nd Court NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL SMITH'S RELIABLE SERVICE "BE SURE WITH PURE" Washing Polishing Greasing Auto Repairs 3866 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 83-9177 now at home he had enjoyed an excellent meal. Everybody had been wishing him a Happy New Year and all the signs were that he would have one. He enjoyed good health, his business was flourishing. He should have been completely at ease;—but there was something disturbing him. It was the rabbi's sermon which disturbed him. Something which the rabbi had said. Really, I should say rebbe instead of rabbi, for that is the way he preferred to be called. He was a modern man—this rabbi, but he preferred to be called in the old fashioned way and he seemed to have inyour responsibility to your fellow j men and to God. "Look at the laborer hauling the bricks for the building of an j edifice. He sweats, perspires, dirties himself—in the erection of t the beautiful bfhlding. Do you j think you can help build the i edifice of a Jewish life—of a fine social life without pain, withoui some strenvous effort, without perspiration. You cannot discharge your responsibity by sim| ply giving a mint of money—you must give of yourself. "Unless the giving represents a real sacrifice, you have not given The Officers and Directors of the €r FOOD MEAT DEPARTMENT ZI0N FOOD CENTER 1429 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to Their Many Customers and Friends



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BjpAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 -Jemisr fkrijnr PAGE NINETY-ONE 'Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR ; :ght. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ir.c.) B6) I mpetitioi [ among the I %  iupa in rushing i • press ... It [ nstituent 1 N.C.R.A.C. I Am rican Jewish I \ n Jewish B'rith. Jewish •tee, Jewish War t important [ -till no agreej m on the question I -•-. u'.d be divij litj with regard f doing ;n the [ tting anti-Semitism T \i ••• e is definite • -..: them on coj I issue concern, L • %  esponsibility" I ceni n the question: iioulri should there not L a ,: f responsibilities i\ot\n I es in the field, to j |e fullnt possible, so that i woul • %  >' known and it a certain area the n sponsibility of %  i • :; and is not the I ility of < ny of the others f. Th has its advocates L-i op| : Ut the fact that' >r discussion I Indii ; ne sentiment lh:c-h year more and \ ntralization of life, even in hzation cannot prolonged I [AMES WAMES: A is better than the Bible t. is of wisdom I I k just pubNan es" .1 I b if : %  %  • %  •A names J' pie of > I ties %  And he devotes Pter to the origin of Jewish es He estab; were late in adoptinf names and did not take until compelled to Bv m 1809 in Prankfurt-M :n 13!2 in Prussia and B., the Jews were forced to adopt surnames ... In Bohemia were ordered to adopt in 1.87. but until 1836 the ,' surnames in Bohemia we. stricted to Biblical names Thus. Jewish names of Biblical n are numerous. Cohen. Levy ... In France. Napoleon required the Jev 1808 to use family names, forbidding them to take nan localities or of famous families • Poland required Jews to adopt family names as early as 1821. while Russia obliged them to take family names after 1844 Jews of Spain. Portugal, and Italy adopted surnames without compulsion, usually taking place naves The German Jews who adopted surnames willingly chose compounds which sounded well like Blumberg (flower mountain). Goldstein (gold stone). Rosenthal (rose valley) Those Jews who it! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer and Family Extend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR resisted were assigned not surnames bv prejudiced officials Some were evi ~ip. tuous, and !ed to [ j •signed I :'urn :'.. gran .1 s:r.ce na '• by Cbid. den Names and gen like be obtained I ved %  s head) V ational e less co:: )ng Sephardic Junong J rn Germany or E Europe Among the G European Je :v h they had been ed was added to thej names Animal names such as Wolf, Fuchs. Adler, Hirach. Ochs and Loewe were also given to them Some Jewish surnames developed from family escutcheons, especially :n southwestern Germany The • famous family of Rothschild, for example, took its name :'. ;d identifying their house an the Judengasse in Frankfurt• Main Curiously, i: origins bore the sign of a green shield. NAMED PUBLISHER OF JEWISH MORNING JOURNAL GRADE "A" PRODUCTS 2£fe& S ERV1NG ^Jf GREATER MIAMI \H ILK, %  CREAM • ICE CWEAMj MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D M Milk PHONE 5-5537 %  ACE RUG CLEANERS libS. W. South River Drive Phone RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing 9-1155 j 1 FURNITURE CLEANING •! mi g|S Clicquot mJ ciub ^dj| & m STRAWBERRY %  Bottled and Dit. by MA Southern Beverages 'm 2055 N.W. 7th Ave.. 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rmDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 VJenisUnnrHrtter, PAGE TWENTY-THREE A Greater Understanding For 5711 By STANLEY C. MYERS Prescient, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Dawn of the year 5711 again finds a world tense and troubled, with smouldering anxieties erupting into a shooting war. It is our fervent prayer that the war will be limited and short. But even in that event, the grim prospect is for several years of a semi-war economy, with nations throughout the world geared for military mobilization. There unfortunately is little likelihood that we shall enjoy a full sense of genuine peace and security for mankind anywhere in the immediate months or years ahead. That is the world in which we li ve _here in America, in Europe, in Asia, and in Israel. We must face it with courage and realism, buttressed by our firm adherence to and conviction for the eternal principles i;f democracy and religious faith. In this context it is more important than ever that we keep our sense of values in true balance. The social ideals which Jews have always cherised, the same ones upon which America was founded and upon which she has flourished, can never be Strengthened by abandoning them in any hour of crisis. Quite the reverse. This is the time for reition. It is Rood to see that our own understands this. At very period of greatly ini %  :! military mobilization, our l' ingress .adopted virtually unanimously, and the President first major extension ur federal social security program. Greatly increased bene:11 go to the aged, to widows and o children, to the At its root is the .-Uhening ( ,f family life — h has always been the core of biblical tradition. So too. m ihose responsibilities which are uniquely Jewish, we must extend the frontiers of achievement in the many tasks that remain to be done, moving k rd from the great gains we Recorded in recent years. f Our task in Europe has been %  Pushed several more strides toIward completion. Only the barest jhandtul remain in the DP camps. I The last camp door should close n a few months, hopefully I forever to end this blot upon the of humanity. Hundreds of I thousands have departed for Israel, tens of thousands for the mted States. Reopening of the 1 Roumania and Poland light new opportunities [which must be seized now, while [they last. For the Jews who lenoose to remain in Europe, their ammunities and institutions are Ibeing rebuilt. The end of our large ffort has been substantially I achieved, and is in sight. | out the transfer of these probIsrael has brought with burdens and econom1 msis, unresolved as vet by the many heartening and inspiring |w'i!r n !s march f Progress. I.'" ''•' o^lded flow from Iraq, [ %  ; ; ntinued pressure from I, ountries to continue Of the Yemen transfer, j; n refuses to limit itself | f predictions, plans. • Isreal needs help n 5711. e fair local services too heavily weighted by eea who entered the -' tes in greatly increased thousands. This has been reflected in our family welfare, child care and vocational programs especially. With employment prospects generally improving and with every effort to use all available resources, it may be possible to modify somewhat the even greater costs originally expected as a result of the amended and liberalized DP Act. Every dollar we can raise will be sorely needed in many ways. Recognition by our government of the greater needs of the aged in an aging society has found its counterpart in the still crowded waiting lists for the aged. We have made some progress in new and expanded institutions, in the | beginnings of improved care outside of institutions, in the greater concern for the chronic sick among the aged. But we are still only on the threshold of new horizons in these communal responsibilities. Our Jewish hospitals too remain crowded. Practically every large Jewish community has undertaken hospital building programs, advanced now from blueprints to actual construction. Further progress is essential, and certain, in the next year. The construction of new synagogues has been phenomenal—in the smallest as well as the largest communities. Some have included center facilities. Extension and building of new community centers in themselves have pressed ahead, and will likewise continue in a large scale in 5711. More people are looking to our communal agencies for aid in meeting other needs—personnel, educational and cultural, health and welfare. Never have the accumulated pressures been greater. They cannot be met simply. The decisions that must be made to divide and use the maximum dollars we can raise will be more critical in the coming year. They must be made with wisdom. Fortunately, there is evidence of great vitality in American Jewry to meet our responsibilities which stretch to every corner of the earth. Brought together through our central Jewish communal organizations which we call "federations, welfare funds, and community councils," every force and interest in Jewry has been poled to meet these tremendous obligations which all share. We are more strongly organized, more effectively united than at any time since the beginning of Jewish immigration to America. B'nai B'rith Opens Conservation Drive A county-wide conservation program urging the public to "Buy What You.Need" has been launched by the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, according to an announcement by Charles R. Jacobson, executive director. Part of an Americanism program designed to focus the community's attention upon its responsibilities, the project calls for the distribution of 2,000 placards in Dade County, from Uleta to South Miami and from Miami Beach to West Miani." The placards read: "Conserve! Be Patriotic—Buy Only What You Need—Support The United Nations." The posters will be distributed in food stores, groceries, butcher shops and retail markets not only in Dade County but also in Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood and West Palm Beach, where the B'nai B'rith lodges have taken up the conservation program. Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman of B'nai B'rith's AmericanThe forces of unity have proved stronger than any divisive pressures. We shall need that unity and organized strength even more earnestly in the next year. We shall need it for ourselves, and for all those in Israel, in Europe, in Africa, who depend so desperately upon a strong and united American Jewry for their future. We can look back upon 5710— with many tasks still uncompleted—not with complacency, but with a considerable measure of satisfaction at the many tremendous achievements our community organizations have recorded. We must look ahead to 5711 with a sense of greater maturity, greater understanding of responsibilities which are not postponable and which must be met, with a sense of proportion and perspective, with vigor, courage and zeal for the tasks which are both imperative obligations and great opportunities. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS MARTIN CHOCHEM GREETINGS! The Officers, Board Members, Rabbi, Cantor and Sexton —of— CONGREGATION BETH JACOB —of— MIAMI BEACH Extend to their members and families and to all JEWRY 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." taste ROKEACH BORSCHT ism and civic affairs committee, says that store managers in South Florida are 100 percent co-perative in the program. The three-way program adopted by the B'nai B'rith Council also includes sponsorship of a radio program in which civic, service and veteran organizations leadership will participate discussing the citizen's function in the present vrisis and offering the community "a well rounded educational program regarding America's stand in the international picture." Third phase of the program will be the continued sponsorship of service to hospitaized veterans in the V. A. hospital in Coral Gables and also to pledge their individual allegiance to the govern, ment's national defense policies and local programs. The Americanism and civic affairs committee also includes Judge William L. Pallot, Sidney Aronovitz, John Kronenfeld and C. R. Jacobson. 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1950 "pjewjsti fhridUar PAGE EIGHTY-THREE Jewish Press Highlights By MARTIN SILVER The outstanding development I i recent weeks was the state|U?bv I* !" 1 8 P remier Dav,d RIGU"^ defining the relationen Israel and outside Iship betweei Jewry. The Premier made the for the paper projected the idea that the motive behind the action was the fact that the Premier not only wanted to stress the idea of "autonomy" of American Jewry "but also to win over the non-Zionists of those circles which can contribute much more for Israel but to give." Taking issue with the I part of the declaration which said Israel has no intention of speaking for or in the name of Jews who are citizens of other countries, Dingol argued that should some evil happen to Jews outside Israel, the Jewish State, through SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR S< IIIFI S MARKET \ MR. and MRS. I. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 ***$?" ,1 VesXTof the i who. probably, refrained or felt j* !" e in th e !" and trough Jacob Blaustem Piesidem oijnej F tho dlplomatlc chan nels, would n Jewish CommKwe,_wnc | hnH ^^ ^^ hplvl ,„ en lhp be the sole instrument in seeking justice in the name of the e since the establish ment of the Jewish state. n r S Margoshes, in his daily English-language column in the n v Yiddish daily, charged that Jip Premier's pronouncement Strengthened the American JewtfZr invited to Israel for the had been drawn between the .iih pstahlishJews in America and the Jews in Israel." The question remains, the editorial added, "whether it is only the non-Zionists who must be reckoned with?*' Continuing it asked: "What about the Zionists and what, indeed, is their specific role in relation to Jewish bh Committee at Zionist expense. jg e here and in the upbuildins Dr Margoshes stated that v. h e ^ ^ American Zionists h( had n quarrel with^hejsenti-1^ say now u e tempt to make ties with other groups?" By way of conclusion the editorial stated: "In any event, Ben Gurion's statement signifies a new approach to outside Jewry and if Ben Gurion has here recognized the standpoint of the Zionists, he admitted it to the non-Zionists rather than the Zionists." S. Dongol, former editor of the Day, took the view in his column, "The Week in Jewish Life." that the Premier's statement may have reflected the restlessness or fear which exists "in certain Jewish circles with regard to Israel's demands on American Jewry." Referring to a former statement by the Israeli Premier which, he said, in the name entire Jewish pei.ple to which it is bound in blood and in spirit. Neither Israel nor even the Jews >n America are prepared to yield that mission to the American Jewish Committee." i say now that Ben Gurion expressed by lhe / r !" "-. had 'by-passed' them in an at,rds he said were said by before, though undoubted, authoritatively." Referring Ben Gurion's assertion that has no intention of interin the life of the Jewish communities outside Israel, Dr. Margoshes contended that, by making the statement at a ceremonv for the American Jewish Committee president, the "impress n was created that the statement was brought about by the American Jewish Committee. Should this impression prevail. he mtinued. "it would undouolp-ilv then the American ittee in the Uniu-i in effect, woulu Premier's contention intention at all of on a wave of „ dual oya ,_ n American Jewish L,, utbursts bv the American Council for Judaism, Mr. Dingol asserted that "the storm had Moulting is a severe strain on the bird beause of the great amount of blood needed by the skin for the growth of newfeathers. GREETINGS T Coral Way's Oldest Drug Store FADER'S IIKI


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I PHD AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 -Jewisfi noridHari PAGE SEVEN [Temple Steps i 11 p Activities ., t he advent of the High I Temple Beth Sholom's I gram of religious. |'\ .... ..I and educational r young and old will I?' 1 i n g, according to a Shepard Broad. I 0 f the congregation. I tinder the direction of Principal Greenberg and the I |, headed by Mrs. Leon pn ihi religious school will ,',11' its registration on Sunday. 12. lor all departments. \\ %  ... 1 egistration is expected lj h year in view of the enlarged Inroeiani of regular classes and informal activities in dramatics %  music, dancing and arts and (rafts. 1 The adult education program Jffhich was well received last year Iwil'l begin its activities in October Iwith various courses in Hebrew. Liberal Judaism and the Bible, under the chairmanship of Mrs. lyman S. Kaplan. In cooperation with the newlyIformed Jewish Centers Associa: Greater Miami, a fullogram for teen-agers and Jjciunc adults wil initiated within lli few weeks. pie's auxiliary groups are also making extensive plans. lb, under the presi,' Frank Kamen, held its meeting on Septem| .ill present its lecture I 1 year. The sisterI e leadership of Mrs. R bbirts, will begin its a membership tea on ?7. and the PT/. I ;... Norman Has.-. %  h school registrat I up is planning I parent education tor |; ship committee. I nship of Judgi |K %  mei ting every I n iw on until the Jli to handle the I, mand for rhemI Beth Sholom opI '.. Ear membership [plan which covers all activities land ongregation. 'Hound Table To IHsvuss Holidays Tin Universal Element in the • of the Hebrew New Tear'" will be the subject of s Biscussion on the Miami Round fable of the National Conference Christians and Jews Saturday, ber 9, at 7 p.m. over stalon WIOD, according to James IV. Whilehead, conference dill • • pants will be Dr. Glenn J Habbi Max Shapiro and representative. Dr. H. Williams will serve as 1 Albert Comanor, assistant executive director of United Service for New Americans, has been named executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Miami, it was announced this week. Personally Speaking... Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper have returned from their vacation in Hendersonville, N. C. Their children, Marshall and Nancy, %  have rejoined them after spending the summer at Blue Mountain \ ;Camp, East Stroudsburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon, 711 51st St., Miami Beach, had i a surprise visit from their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and 1 j Mrs. H. Melnick and their children, David and Barbara, of Stolen Island, N. Y. 1 Mi. and Mrs. Irving Solomon and family have moved into their new home at 9016 Carlyle Ave.. Surfside, Miami Beach, j N w travehng acros s the country, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stcrch I of Brooklyn, N. Y., will spend the High Holidays with his i? r j CT sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 925 S.W. drd St. To date the visitors have covered 9,000 miles Knn M ss R^h Saal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal, li>UU b.W. 12th Ave., returned this week after spending the summer as a counselor at Camp Hadar in Clinton, Conn. Prior to returning here, Miss Saal went to Camp Pembroke, Pembroke Mass., where she attended an IZFA conference. A sophomore at the University of Miami, Miss Saal will re-enter Hebrew High School. 150 Enroll At Hebrew Academy The Hebrew Academy opened its doors Tuesday morning with a record enrollment of over 150 pupils, the largest since the institution was organized four years ago. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal and director of the I school, revealed that the student body represents Miami. Miami Beach, Hialeah, Coral Gables and points a, far as Hollywood and Ft. Laudeidale. This semester the academy has included an additional made — a seventh grade of Hebrew and English studies, as well as special groups for children of kindergarten age. The academy will expand its regular course of English study lor the following term to include a course in home economics for mils and a course in manual train. ing and mechanics for boys. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. president of the j Hebrew Academy Women, anI nounced that her group is ready j to sponsor and direct the home economics course for the entire semester. The staff of the English department is composed of instructors accredited by the Board of Public Instruction of Dade County and the State of Florida, and the Hebrew department consists of a staff of experienced men in the field of Jewish education. Greetings to My Many Friends for a Happy New Year I North Shore I nil .Marks Ilirthday The North Shore Jewish Center I will celebrate its first anniversary ion Friday. September 8. at 8:15 p.m. Ji rry Sussman will acl as eantoi for the evening, and Melvin Pazol and Mrs, Shirley Altman on "Our First eai An On. g Shabbat will follow the At Saturday morning services id M Ri ph W< loff will celeb ati I Bar Mitzvah of their S in, Jai Ale. which will take place at 9:30. Habbi Philip Fried will Robin Bar Mitzvah Set For Wednesday Morning The Bar Mitzvah of Jack Robin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robin, 6231 N.W. 1st Court, will take place on Wednesday, the second day of R 0 s h Hashona, during the Northside Jewish Center scrvices at the' Mrs. Weintraub Named Mrs, Sydney L. Weintraub has been appointed chairman of the finance committee of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs by Mrs. F. F. Ravlin. ; dent. Joining the ranks of the altarbound are Miss Marilyn Kaplan and Allan Fox, University of Miami students. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan. 611 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach, and Long Beach, L. I., attended Long Beach schools ard Parsons School of Design. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Fox, is *. member of Phi Ep-ulon Pi fra'.-irnity. • Northeast M i ami Woman's Club, 454 N.E, 58th St. The y 0 u n g n, who is a student at Miami E d i Junior High School where he of the school band, will be honored at an open house to be given at the Robin home on Sunday. September 17, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Robin were among founders ^of the Northside Jewish Center. is a Jack member Best Wishes for a Happy New Year EDWARD P STRATT Dental Supplies Huntington Building Phone 2-4308 Beth David Schools Set Registration Dates Registration for Beth David 1 Sunday School is scheduled for Sunday, September 10 and 17. from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the | new synagogue. Classes will oe; "in September 24. Hebrew school enrollment will ; take place Monday and Tuesday. September 18 and 19, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Further information about the schools may be obtained by call. Ji r in 1 B G rdon at 9-3469. There is no tuition in either d 01 Sunday .%  ho< il for children of There is, h a Hi 1. d liar upply fee for all Sunday school studi 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Obituaries JOSEPH SPEVER 46, of !-""> S.W. 12th St., passed away suddenly on September l In a locul hospital. He had recentlj 1 here t>> make his home after retiring from the police department, He leaves his w if.i-.Vi. .1 daughter, Jactiuelinc, and 11 brother Phillip, ofl'hllndelphln. II,. was .1 member of the Welcome Lodge 1 i:: Masonic Order, of thai city. Services wt-rt' held In t li Gordon Funeral Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating;. Intermenl took i place in Mi. Nebo 1 'emetery, BERTHA BERMAN 34, of 7111 s.w. 24th Road, passed away September 1 after a/brief Illness she came here a year ssro from ila-lsen. Ala. s^rytyors Include "her husband, Arthur? son, Barry, and a daughter, Sandra. She also leaves her father. I'avc franklin, and a sister, Mrs. Anne Ja< ohseti, of Alabama. The I remains were sent to Itirmingham. Ala., by (lordon Funeral Home fur final liter* and interment. LO ZITO and his Violin Music For All Occasions Call 2-3800 7.7312 MRS. NIGBE GAGER 39. of 43(10 N.W. 7th St.. passed away this week. She leaves her husband. Basher, and children. William. Raymond, I'hlllp and Mary. Service! were held Tuesday at "The -Miami Riverside." ABRAHAM TONKIN :., ..f 149 Jefferson Aye., died suddenly Tuesday night following a heart a(tCk at his home. Mr. Tonkin lame here eight years ago from Itotson where the body wiyi s.nt for Interment bjF Riverside Funeral Home, Mi ami Beach. • He leaves hia wife, Beaotta.



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PAGE EIGHTY-FOUR vJewisii Fkrrdtan Community G By STANLEY C. MYERS, Chairman and MAX C. GETTINGER, Secretary Community Planning Committee, Greater Miami Jewish Federation As the New Year approaches. it is customary to take stock of our accomplishments, individually and collectively, and in the light of our past achievements, consider our present problenjs and deaa clearly as possible our future goals. agencies serving the needs of our Jewish community as they are intended to do? Are these services keeping pace with the rapid growth of our Jewish population? Can we anticipate future needs and provide programs accordingly? And finally, do our local On the national scene. AmeriJewish agencies work together as can Jewry continues to take a a team, as thev should do because strong interest in the remarkable of the inter-relatedness of their achievements which are being programs? attained in Israel. We continue. Progr<>ss ;„ Community to share with our fellow Jews \pimning In 1950. in Israel common hopes and as—. ons. While the problems still rnese nd man v othe1 P rob lems, are the concern of that confronting it are manifold, tin State of Israel has hurdled many of its major ... I and has taken its place in thi family of nation-. Locally, the Greater Miami Jewish community is enterin thirteen year as an organized and v branl Jewish community. With the year 5711 we have reached the Bar Mitzvah stage of our development. We have come of Bge, SO to speak, in terms of commun il li vel ipments, and like any 3a: Mitzvah, we must now assume completi p insibility for our future growth and maturity. eration — The Instrument of tlie Community. The character of the Jewish community is reflected in a variety of ways. It is exemplified in the religious spirit which pervades it. in the organizational activities of its Jewish groups and in the extent and quality of its welfare, and cultural services. It is through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that we manifest our interest in all phases of Jewish living which make for a constructive and wholesome Jewish community. Our annual Combined Jewish Appeal, sponsored by Federation, is the tool used by our community to help support many noble national and overseas causes, and to attest our continuing interest in Israel. We have also, in ponsibility to overseas needs, a d responsibility for our local sh agencies It j s not suf%  thai .>. • %  : ney for local servicesMt. Sinai pital. the Jewish Social : i, t:>Ji wish Home the Aged, the YMH.V-. or the : Jewish Education. We • ncern >ui selves with the proj : thi and how they lit into the g< ';• picture. We mui Is this money spent? Are the very essential department of Federation which we call community planning. This is thi of the Community Planning Committee of Federation. On this committee are the presidents and xecutive directors of each of our local agencies, as well as other outstanding leaders of the community. During the past year, the work of the Community Planning Committee brought about the greatest advances in our local social services in the history of I our Federation. This was made possible only as a result of careful study and planning, and is reflected in the noteworthy developments in the various fields | of service during the past year. Leisure Time And Recreational Services. The Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami was organized a few months ago, as an outgrowth of a study initiated bv the Community Planning Committee. This study, which was conducted with the assistance of the National Jewish Welfare Board, was carried out by a special committee under the chairmanship of Carl Weinkle. which surveyed the existing leisure time and recreational facilities and programs in our Jewish community, determined the needs and recommendall synagogues carrying on recre| to bring together riiff ational programs, is designed to so that together ti cnt 6rou D act as a central coordinating erate the needed V? y cou 'd <& agency for group work services. | could not have been !" 06 wl >4 The Jewish Centers Association i by any one group Pi£ rried out has already made its influence I ready under wavfj a W a], felt, particularly in the suburban programs in these (Continued on Png^g'^ Stanley C. Myers ed plans accordingly. The recent of articles in The Jewish Floridian presented a clear picture of the purpose and programs of the Jewish Centers Association. Briefly stated, the association, which at this time includes the Beach Y. the Miami Jewish Community Center, the B*nai B'rith Youth Committee, the Zionist Youth Commission, and nearly GREETINGS CHALKER CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS I. / y %  343 S. W. N. River Drive PHONE 82-7604 i METALLIC ENGINEERING CO. Specializing in Alloy Metals 275 S. W. 6th STREET SHOP PHONE 9-5634 TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY JUDGE WALTER H. BECKHAM JUVENILE COURT A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR L. H. HARRIS PAVING 234 N.W. 22nd Terrace Miami A SPECIAL WISH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMFRS FOR HAPPINESS AND GOODLUCK INI TOEi* NEW YEAR Rohan's Paint & Hardware Co. 51S-41.1 Street Mann Bead A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Propeller Service of Miami Martin Levy 20th St. International Airport TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ,,„ DR AND MRS DAVID s ANDRON 127 *** A — Miami B.n TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 2JOON.W. 7 th AVI. PHONE 2-MOI



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950 Israel Children It'turn To School TEL AVIV, (JTA)— All schools throughout the country reopened this week after the summer vacation period, except the elements: v schools which postponed their reopening until September 14 the day following Rosh Hashona. Premier David Ben Gurion has appointed a committee to study various problems concerning higher education, including the coordination of the programs of tin Hebrew University, Weizinann Institute of Science and Haifa Technological Institute. The ci mmittee will seek to raise the level of research in academic ed,n and coordinate scientific rch with the country's dement and security programs. nroblem of attracting Jewcientists and religious rs from abroad to Israel, as as of encouraging Jewish its to go abroad to complete studies, will also be dealt by the committee. Gen. ] v Dori. former Chief of Staff of the Israel Army.is chairman oi tincommittee," which has among its members leading educators from all Israel institutions of higher learning. *b>*Uhrk>rldliari PAGE THREE Miami s Rapidly Growing Family Of Rabbis Holds First xMeeting Haifa Airfield IK Reopened HAIFA, (JTA)—The Haifa airfield, which has been closed since January 1, 1950, reopened here this week for domestic and international traffic. The airport has already granted facilities to Cyprus Airways to operate one weekly run between Nicosia, Cyprus capital, and Haifa. A second weekly flight will be added to the schedule later. A new eight-mile road cutting the time of the motor trip between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv by 20 minutes was officially opened :n Jerusalem by Labor Minister Golds Myerson. The road runs from the Latrun junction on the old Jerusalem highway to a mile or so before Ramleh. Hit Miami's erer-growing family of rabbis turned out for the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami's first meeting of the season held at Temple Israel Wednesday at noon. New rabbis were welcomed at the session and plans were outlined for a series of radio programs to be broadcast during the holiday season. Shown at the conclave are (1. to r.) Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, secretary; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president; Rabbi Max Shapiro. Dr. Joseph R. Narot; (second row) Rabbis Isaac H. Ever, Simon April, Irving Lehrman. Murray Grauer, Ralph De Koven; (third row) Rabbis Morris Skop. Leon Kronish, Jacob J. Honig and Ezra Lifshitz. Rabbi Marius Ranson was unable to attend the meeting. —Ardmon Special Headline Because of the High Holidays, offices of The Jewish Flondian will be closed from Monday evening, September 11, to Wednesday evening, September 13. All material and photographs for publication in the Friday, September 15, issue must e in this office by noon Sunday, September 10. 1950-1951 57ii ^rrlay the ^r lew ^Jyear bring you health ana happiness ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO., INC Bear WE WISH ALL OF YOU A REAL HAPPY HOLIDAY SAM MURRAY FORD DEALER Passenger Car Division—1917 Biscayne Blvd. Truck & Equipment Division—65 N. E. 27th St. Jewish Leader, A. M. Bear, Dies Abraham Morris Bear. 55. of 2135 S.W. 11th Terr., Jewish educator and civic leadei, died in a local hospital Saturday following a long ill-1 ness. A resident of Miami for the past 15 years, Mr. Bear was one of the first dress manufacturers in this area and was owner of Sunla n d Fashions. He was a charter I member of the [ Miami Fashion! Council. Organizer and I vice president of | the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Mr. Bear was past president of Congregation Beth El, a board member of the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Hebrew Academy and Mount Sinai Hospital, and was a member of the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Education.! He leaves his wife, Clara; a i daughter, Mrs. Mollie Klein; a | son, Harry: two brothers, Sol of | Tucson, Arizona, and Eli of New York City; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie 1 Levine and Mrs. Anna Parilis of Brooklyn, N. Y.; four grandchildren. Rohan Bear. Roy, Diane and Linda Klein. Services were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth El with Rabbis Murray Grauer' and Simon April and Cantor J. I Tambo'r officiating. Interment was in the Jewish Section of W lawn Cemetery under the li'.n cil' Riverside .Memorial (' I .pel. < ouiicilmaii and Mrs. Iliirnell Hofli and daughters Paula Sue and Carla Star EXTEND THE BEST OF WISHES FOR A JOYOUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS Program Time Changed £ wUl be heard over station 3 w WFEC on Fridays from 10: lo to Announcement has been made; 10:45 a.m. and on Sundays from that Simon Seiden's Jewish 2 to 3 p.m. THE BEST... only ROKE gives you EIHLITE FISH like this Fluffy fishballs .'the most delicious you've ever served You taste the difference immediately. Betfer because they're made better! Made By ROKEACH not for ROKEACH famous for quality Kosher foods since 1870. FOR THE HOLIDAYS — BUY THE BEST INSIST ON ROKEACH GEFILLTE FISH! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.K. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866



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! • t P AGE SEVENTY-EIGHT THE JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS' ALLIANCE BEN GURION BRANCH NO. 304 WISH THE JEWS AND CHAVERIM ALL OVER THE WORLD A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR HARRY QUEEN. Prerfdent IDA ZABARSKY. Secretary f.knitf Flwridiar) FRIDAY. SEPTEM BER a HAPPY NEW YEAR H\\IO\ PLUMBING CO. 729 S. W. I2th Avenue PHONE 3-1611 MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A NEW YEAR THAT BRINGS A SPECIAL GOOD MEASURE OF ALL WORTH-WHILE THINGS Southern Fruit Shippers 739 WASHINGTON AVE. BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR David R. Rifas—Hyland Rifas Miami Title and Abstract Company 23 Years of Title Service In Dade County 41 N.E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 GREETINGS Triangle Drive In HeNtaurant BARBECUE SPARE RIBS — ROAST BEEF PLATE LUNCHES — DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 401 E. Okeechobee Road Hialeeh. Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR IMI'IOVIHS sunin HOTELS • CLUBS RESTAURANTS INDUSTRIAL DOMESTIC SCREENED APPLICANTS QUICK SERVICE 129 N.E. 1st Street Phone 3-0822 HAPPY NEW YEAR MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI HAPPY NEW YEAR FURS EXCLUSIVELY BY PINTO 1642 Euclid Avenue Phone 5-7066 GREETINGS TO ALL SKAGSETH YOUR FRIENDLY STATIONERY STORE 55 N.E. 1st Street — 82-4611 7936 N.E. 2nd Avenue — 78-0511 WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SAMUEL MERZON lEendiv Automatic W asheteria "For a Whiter and Brighter Wash" 1112 15th Street 58-9526 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GREGG SERVICE AAA 1600 Alton Road Phone 5-9940 Tipping the Seales (Continued from Page 71) •All about us. rebbe. you know, the doctors, the hygienists tell us that cleanliness will save us. but vou speak in praise of dirt. "No. no." said the rebbe. 1 also approve of what the doctors ,sav about cleanliness. The Toran !was the first to preach about cleanliness. Why a good Jew is required to wash his hands before taking anything in his mouth, so stringent is Judaism about cleanliness, but still I say that dirt saves us." •I think 1 see a little of your point." said Mr. Winkler. "but I wish you would elaborate on it. "Most assuredly." said the rabbi. "I'll tell vou what: Would you like to see how men are judged in Heaven?" "Surely," said Mr. Winkler, "but how is that possible?" "Ah." said the rebbe. Heaven is not as far off as men think— if we only seek to find it with humble and sincere hearts. Just lean back in your chair, Mr. Winkler and close your eyes." He had no sooner done this that there appeared before his eyes a vision of a Heavenly court. It seemed very much like an earthly court. An Angel was standing —he was doubtless the prosecuting angel—and after reading off the charges, was offering the evidence. There was. however, no contesting the evidence, for the Judge up there has a seeing eye, which immediately detects whether the evidence is true or not. The Judge after listening to the evidence, looked very grim. "I am afraid," said the Court, clearing his spiritual throat, "that the evidence is conclusive and thefendant stands convicted in this Court of Justice. The defendant of course has the right of appeal to the Higher Court but in this Court of Justice, we shall have to mete out the sentence called for." Here the Judge was interrupted by an Angel representing the Department of Mercy. "Your Honor," said the Angel. "I have no desire to challenge the evidence, but I must submit one bit of evidence in defense. which I believe should be taken into consideration. The fact is. Your Honor, that while the defendant is guilty of many and gross evils, he at one time did commit a fine act of benevolence. One time, your honor, this rich man was driving along a country road when he came across a poor man whose wagon was stuck in the mud and this rich man helped tow the poor man's vehicle out of the mud." "Hmm," said the Judge, chewing on some divine tobacco, "if that is so, we shall have to weigh his good deed against the evil he has wrought." "Bailiff." he ordered, "fetch the poor man's horse and wagon which the rich man pulled out of the mud." Instantly by a form of telepath'/ electricity the poor man's horse and wagon was in the court room and on the scales of justice. "Clerk." asked the Judge, "do the scales show the horse and wagon outweighing the evil the defendant wrought?" The clerk looked and compared the record with the scales. "Your honor, the evil still outweighs the good by two ounces." Hmm." said the Judge, "that's not very much, but under the law I am still compelled to convict the defendant." At this point, the lawyer Angel of Mercy objected. "Your Honor. 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ypjDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950 "Jenisf fkricfirnr PAGE NINE Jewish Pioneers Of The Early American Theater (On the occasion of the 200th Anniversary of ihe American Theater) By RABBI LEON SPITZ It is usually conceded that Jewish participation in every phase of the American theater, production, playwriting, acting, is both abundant and significant. This interest was present almost from the fnst and continued during the two past centuries. It is intriguing that a so-called Jewish theme, The Merchant of Venice, was the first play to be produced on the American stage as early as 1750. Henry W. Longfellow wrote but never produced a Chanuka play under the title "Judas Maccabeas." The authoritative chroniclers of the American stage, William Dunlap and Charles Patrick Daly, substantiate the records of the half dozen or so early American Jewish dramatists and actors. These Jewish dramatists were fully aware that a persistent hostility was directed against the theater in American Clerical circles. Even the First American Continental Congress yielded to that agitation when it discountenanced on October 24, 1775 "gaming, cock fighting, exhibition of shows, plays and other expensive diversions." A quarter of a cent tury later Justice Samuel Sewall protested vehemently against granting permission to produce a play in the Chamber of the City Council in "Christian Boston." Still. 32 years later. President Dwight of Yale College stormed in New Haven that to "indulge a taste of playgoing meant nothing more nor less than the loss of one's immortal soul." This antipathy to the theater may be explained by the fact that actors often appeared on the stage drunk, spectators were riotous, and that special boxes were assigned to loose women. Advertisements in current New York newspapers by theatrical producers announced that no spectators would be permitted to visit backstage. On the other hand a more pleasing picture is afforded by Mordecai M. Noah in a Letter of Theatrical Reminiscences. Noah defended the theater and exexpressed the satisfaction which he derived from witnessing good plays. After the show he used to go home and early to bed, thus avoiding Philadelphia night-life. Still. America's early literary personalities like Benjamin Franklin, Hawthorne,James Fenimore Cooper, did not turn to the drama as a major outlet for their artistic self-expression. Despite all this, the handful of Jewish dramatists and actors were not deterred from dedicating themselves quite seriously to the American theater. It may be that th ey reacted to a Jewish "tradition" of play writing and playacting which on a primitive level went back to Talmudic days. This very early Jewish interest in socalled Jewish drama reasserted itself in Western Europe during the early part of the Nineteenth Century. Simultaneously. American Jewish playwrights launched their dramatic careers in the American theater. Mordecai M. Noah served as president of New York's orthodox Jewish congregation and was immersed in Jewish cultural and political problems. Harby was the (Continued on Page 10) Simon Stern's Flowers (Continued from Page 8) ruined and pillaged, stood like the empty shell of a memory. The few remains of his family were flung far across the corners of Europe. But conscientiously. Stern beI gan to rebuild, and within four years, his artificial-flower shop I was a going affair. Married and hopeful, Stern looked forward to the comfort and prosperity that might brighten some of the shadows of the past. In 1949, however, Czech businesses were nationalized, and Stern, forced to close his shop, became "economi: cally displaced." Again he was destitute, but again he retained the optimism, hope and perseverance that had carried him through former years of horror. Stern decided to go to Israel. In Vienna, his first stop on the "road to deliverance." Stern ran into complications—the kind of trouble that almost every Jewish refugee has met in his search for freedom and security. Stern needed money. Unable to continue his trip to Israel because of his disability, he required a better artificial hand and new tools for his artificial-flower production. And like almost every Jewish refugee, Stein's first thought was the Joint Distribution Committee —simply "American Joint" to thousands throughout Europe — which has aided more than 90 per cent of the more than 400,000 Jews who have emigrated so far to Israel since the establishment of the new state. The JDC receives its prinicapl funds through the United Jewish Appeal. Stern's request for both the prostethic device and the machinery to continue his vocation were carefully studied by JDC's Vienna staff. Their decision was not only to provide the Czechoslovakian Jewish refugee with new tools, but with a special machine that would permit him to work with one hand. The new specially constructed "clicking press" is designed to cut flower patterns into raw materials. The same machine is cutting out for Simon Stern the economicallv and morally independent life that has been denied him for years. Now. like hundreds of thousands of Jews before him, Simon Stern is in Israel. There, after a decade of war and persecution, he hopes to build a new life—making flowers without fragrance, but sweet nevertheless. To All We Say 'A Most Happy New Year' Mt. and Mrs. Ben Zion Gincburg and. Children. Barbara and Edwin 2469 Flamingo Place Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg 1426 Lenox Avenue Wish All Their rids and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and MM. S. Gutiman *nd Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR H K Mr. and MM. M. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jewl$lncrMiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Jewish News Aromil the World :. AVIV FTA T \ i 1 beei !. %  I A. Vt tin • | ... T ts say thai %  %  %  nil n • le Rh • %  n thi % %  ndarii I I mi Frei F. Of I g, 111 T %  Fren I %  I to ha' .... port 1 • Jei fort! %  IWB PICTURES YEAR-ROUND SERVICE TO JEWR} J _.. ,..„„.._„ u.., r .p a ...n.ribution to the welfare of .he American Ja^Uh eommuallyU depicted l n AVH JTAl : : the area ol • x • : this v %  : : Aral noth : • %  nd to I rEL A'. His.• i n led to aci invitai r c • •. • v n : • %  I %  xecutivi \ : • %  • %  Bi • '• i • e of Isra that out %  ipport of the %  '• %  .' App ial. for it Id bi .• t I igi dy in state m vive inomic %  result ol .. record rants."— Vice Pi estdent Alban W. Barkley. Holy days and holidays for Jewish servicemen the world over are made possible by JWB's field staff, food supplies, religious materials and work of corps of Jewish chaplains recruited and served by JWB. \\WMW JEWISH IIISTIIIIini. siirim W-.IW. > NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD Hospitalized Jewish veterans i hospitals throughout the •*! depend on JWB for religious..** and welfare services of all SUKU. HE ST WMSHES for a HAPPY N E f YEAR LEGAL NOTICE MfMJL INDUSTRIES, INC. FLORIDA'S LEADER IN QUARRY. CONCRETE PRODUCTS BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 3075 North Miami Avenue Phone 9-2881 AND NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE l.\ COUNTY JI'nOK'M it 'I in-, DADE I'III'NTV, FLORIDA.—No. 21153 RE: ESTATE OP ANNA C. KEHOE, I leeeased NOTICE is hereby given that I have riled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Kxecutrlx of the estate of Anna C. Kenoe, deceased; and that on the 2 day of October, I960, will apply to the Honorable w r Ml. A NT' IN. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval -f said final report and for final discharge as Executrix ->f the estate •>!' Ann. c Kehoe, deceased. Thl.2sth day f August, l9".o. KATHRYN P. I.K JUENE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney f-.r Kathryne P. l>-.leune Executrix ->f the Estate "f Anna C. Kehoe. Deceased. 1023 Seybold Blag., Miami. Florida 9/8-15-12-29 L'Shono Tova Tikosevu United Kosher Market 1553 S.W. 8th Street Phone M Under Supervision ol the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE riRcriT cor it T OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND 1-1 >K HAUK COUNTY FI,>ltll>A. IN CHANCERY, No. i s no, LEROY l> BROWN, Plaintiff, vs. KTHKI. BROWN. Defendant. TO KTIIKI. BROWN I'ui'ont Plan Apartments I.ui'ont Circle Washington. I >. I' Y'ir AUK NOTIFIED that %  Kill of Complaint f-.r divorce has been filed agalnal you In the above Cause, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on th.Malntlff'a attorney and file the Original in th.office of th.. Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before th* nth day of October, lsr.0; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint win be taken as confessed by you. September 6. 19.'0. K K LBATHERMAN, Clerk <>r th* Circuit t'ourt (Circuit Court Seal) By M BILL BERSON AND LEON L. SCHEB OF THE BERSON COMPANY Wholesale Distributors INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR INFANTS" ACCESS* 58 N. W. 3rd Street EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Friends — Our Customers lAi'K A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 9/Jt-iri-22-^9 r FEIQB, Deputy Clerk. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Royal Beauty Supply ( ALBERT I. HTRSCH. President 119 N.E. Sixth Street .— L



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PAGE SIXTY-TWO + kmtol>fkfidBmn FRBAY. SEPTEMBER ft 1 Jewish Personalities In The U.N. i Continued from Pago 49) ol the people of a member nation. There was also Palestine. Here again, throughout the long struggle to build a Jewish state and to establish peace and stability an the Middle East, Feller has played a key role in the planning ji policy, in the formulation of settlement schemes, in the mapping of conciliation procedures. Anyone who takes on an international assignment with the UN is compelled to take an oath that he will not work for the interest •.^1-any individual nation, and Abe i once had to demonstrate I such a responsibility entails. Quito naturally. Feller feels an attachment to Israel only second to that he fools toward ivn country. But when the "\ decided to press a claim for ages against Israel in the 3, ,,i Count Folke Bernadotte's sii ation, it was Feller who called upon to argue the case e the Intn: ational Court ol Justice at T. e Hague. He won the i ing Israel to pay claim. Like Abe Feller, Daid WVmne to the UN by way o( and high-level service with New Deal and then UNRRA. been gi m i al counsel a the hug< international relief Wi ntraub was dint' procurement, was ;< hed up by UN and has boon ing its division ol economic [ity and development ever \ efugei from the first | War, Da %  I W ntraub benent ei normal I m ted Stati s, directing Hi rrj Hopkin's social n as the L'N ..:.:% %  •: aSS beei :.. K irean Wai .Veil p to the UN is UN S %  _.:.' %  %  intrii Ip them velo] _r.hi ii ulture V! :/ I envisioning a cordinated. over-all 1 UN program that would integrate all the individual efforts, has his secretariat office as the logical planner and blueprinter of such a scheme. The result of his labors was a 60-nation technical assistance conference held at Lake Spccess last June, at which $20,000,000 was pledged by the nations for the start of this huge program. Another UN official whose subsequent career was influenced by the fact that his family fell under the shadow of pre-Hitler persecution in Eastern Europe is Georges Rabinovitch, who heads up the world organization's famous group of interpreters. Brought up in multi-lingual Switzerland, to which his family had fled from Czarist Russia. Rabinovitch became one of the world's foremost interpreters. To bo an export interpreter is not necessarily the same thing as being a linguist. An outstanding interpreter may have a command of only two or throe languages (Rabinovitch commands a more five or six), but he has a very special and remakable job to do with the languages he does know. The job is to re-create extemporaneously a speech that is in progress. In the United Nations, where interpretation, under the direction ol Rabinovitch, has become both, a recognized profession and a highly skilled art for the first time in history, the job is done in two ways, depending on the rules of procedure in thl ferent organs of the organizati in. One is simultaneous interpi tion, in which, though an elaborate microphone system, a delegate's speech is rendered in other languages simultaneously with Ihe delivery by interp eters who The nightingale sings day or night I I i the Encyclonica. follow along about a sentence behind the original. The principal skill required here is the ability for lightning-like decisions on idiomatic translations that faithfully mirror the tone, the nuances and connotations being sought by %  the speaker as well as adhering to the surface meanings. The second form of interpretation is the consecutive, used chiefly in the Security Council and compared to which simultaneous is considered child's play. Under this procedure, the interpreter is required to wait until the finish of a speech before delivering a faithful rendition of it in another language. The difficulty of this can be imagined when it is realized that B delegate's extemporaneous response to something said at the conference table may run on for a half-hour or more and lack any semblance of order of disciplined construction. The interpreter is not allowed to use shorthand, this being considered more confusing (Continued on Pago 63) TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Sincere Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  >r' Chertkof and children STANLEY IVAN CAROL FAITH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSING CO. HAULING MOVING BAGGAGE PHONE 5-2346 2049 N. Miami Ave. 335 Collins Ave. THE COUNCIL OF PIONEER WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS OF GREATER MIAMI EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL GREATER MIAMI JEWRY MRS. HAROLD G. JAFFER, President Club 1—Mrs. Henry Seitlin, President Club 2—Mrs. Lena Mintzes, President Golda Myerson—Mrs. Anna Sorin-Bild, President Kadimah—Mrs. Dorothy Goldman, President Medinah—Mrs. Gertrude Faber, President A Most Happy Holiday To All Dr, Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA Mil. AMI MRS. JOE CO II EX and FAMILY G29 S.W. 11th Street EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. TO ALL A Max Wolfman and FAMILY HAPPY NEW YEAR 1565 Drexel Ave. Miami Beach MIAMI TRANSIT CO. HIS. LOCKE'S SHOE SHOP 105 West Flaaler Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR RING MAHONY & ARNER duPont Building Miami, Fla. MIAMI ifHFJi ijJJlLflJ %  t %  %  i i Hi %  i i NEWS Wishes their many patrons and friends A very happy New Year BEST WISHES F O R A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES HOSPITAL 3151 Coconut Grove Drive PHONE 4-2525 GREETINGS TO ALL from BRODRIB FURNITURE CO. 4015 N. 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PAGE NINETY-TWO kT>isl fkridiir FRIDAY, SEPTEMRFP Israel Soldier* Killed Bv Mine JERUSALEM. (JTA) — Four Israel soldiers were killed this week when an army vehicle in which they were riding struck a landmine near Beit Jibrin. in s/uthern Israel. Four other soldiers were seriously wounded. Taking a most serious view of the armistice breach, the Israel Army has ordered the withdrawal until further notice of all Israel troops assigned to mixed border partols. together with Transjordan troops. The Army also ordered a halt to all Israel-Transjordan border demarcation work. Four immigrants who recently arrived in Israel and settled in the Shubakh settlement, located near the Gaza border, have been missing since August 20. it was announced this week. The settlers left their homes to pick fruits and have not been heard from since. Police stationed in Migdal Gad opened an investigation but to date their efforts have proved fruitless. It is believed they must have lost their way and strayed into Egyptian territory. A request that they be traced by the EgypNew Year Message tian authorities has been made through the mixed Israel-Egyptian Armistice Commission. i ii.m Meets With Austin. Malik LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA) — Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban. who is also head of the Israel delegation at the United Nations. met separately this week with Sen. Warren R. Austin, head of :h" American delegation, and Yacov Malik, head of the Soviet delegation. ELSASSER'S HARDWARE & PAINTS (C. A. Elsasser) 621 N.E. 127th Street North Miami. Fla. Phone 89-4033 KEYS and LOCKS GARDEN EQUIPMENT & FERTILIZERS By HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR. General Chairman. United Jewish Appeal We have just completed a year in which we have recorded memorable achievements in behalf of the Jewish people. But the events of 5710 have also demonstrated that we are still confronted : with herculean tasks of rescue and immigration that mean life or death for hunderds of thousands of our fellow Jews in many parts of the world. Many of the circumstances of Jewish need today are reminiscent of the days of Hitler. Tens of | thousands are still fleeing—still | in danger of being destroyed through wholesale persecution. There are deadlines on the great life-saving job that must be carried on by the United Jewish Appeal. All of us must feel a deep sense of gratitude to the Jews of Israel, who have unswervingly maintained the policy of the open door. They have made heroic sacrifices to welcome increasing numbers of refugees from every corner of the globe. And the new tasks of flying 50.000 Jews out of Iraq to Israel and of transferring 70.000 from Roumania foreshadow even greater demands on the meager resources of the people of Israel. With the beginning of 5711, American Jews are entering a year in which they must continue to give large sums for the programs of the United Jewish Appeal in Israel, in Europe and North Africa and in the United States. We have the challenge of beating the deadlines into lifelines with all-out action and giving. Let us not forget that the days of emergency are not over. Let us take pride in the fact that our achievements have created new opportunities for the survival and reconstruction of the Jewish people. But we must not fail to recognize that these new opportunities cannot be bypassed without grave consequences for the future of Israel and for Jews everywhere. In extending my greetings and best wishes to the Jews of the United States. I want to express my profound appreciation for their devoted and loyal support of the United Jewish Appeal. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JOHN .io\i:s. INC. YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE H. H. WOOIISMALL, JR. 1101 Ingraham Bldg. TO ALL .. A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Cypress Furniture Factory JACK J. HONIG TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NASH MIAMI MOTORS, INC. 545 N. E. 15th Street Phone 9-2626 Miami. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR! TO ALL OF OUR MANY FRIENDS '^xvdiMdiudl^ VtU .. THE MIAMI FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS (Local 655) EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY franees, ira dean & nor ma ii m. filler Roy Singer President Morris Weis§ Secretary WORKING HARD TO HELP YOU ENJOY THE HAPPIEST NEW YEAR EVER.. We're pushing ahead on our big expansion and improvement program .. building new plants and lines installing new equipment making Sunshine Service better and better ... so more people can enjoy better, HAPPIER living in Florida. X** FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY



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PAGE EIGHTY-EIGHT Jen is* fkridiar !" !" LH25a a. Loyalty American Jews Owe Political To U. S. Only, Israel Premier Says that some have come and expressed the belief that more would come, not only from countries where Jew8 are oppressed but also from countries where Jews live in freedom and are JERUSALEM, (JTA)—American Jews, as a community and equal in status to all other cities individuals, have only one political attachment and that is sns oj their -country '"""gJJJ the United States, Premier David Ben Gurion of Israel declared [g free choice." The pioneers, he here this week. ncluded, will come along with The Premier made this declaration at a luncheon in honor all others who believe that their of Jacob Blaustein. president of .„ aspirations as human beings and the American Jewish Committee. American Jewry will continue to .,, j,., vs can best be fulfilled by Mr. Blaustein was invited to visit extend its support and ass stance )ltv md work in brael. o its brethren abroad, and added Pl aising American Jews for iny weakening of American£ tradition of aiding Israel. Jewry, any diminution of its M B G j sajd: .. You Mr status would be a definite loss. f thc fm( sl for the Jews e\ %  < > where and for Israel, in particular. I by the Premier so that he could clarify certain aspects of the relations between Israel and American Jews for the benefit of both groups. Among the distinguished guests at the affair were various Cabinet Ministers. Berl '•In • tion Mr. Ben g ati n %  '•' %  l l .• cperi I'isioi • ... \ technical nt and as t %  I nenl !y — with each An i ii an Jew If." Pointing out that Israel needs chalutzim also, the Premier said and raise their standards of living, you have been doing here. to .. largi extent, under difficult I' ntinued on Next Page I You Go to Bed TO SLEEP -NOT TO FRET SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR V PHILIP BERKOWITZ MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ & FAMILY MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ & FAMILY MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ MR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN & FAMILY MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF & FAMILY and DONALD BERKOWITZ Evmr no tic* how small troubles look big to y on and greater trouble* team training whan nervous tension keep* row awake at night? You cast b* at four bast mentally or ph y tcallr onla yvu gat sufficient sleep. Mil., JhMCM hat kalpad thousands to mot* netful nights and more peaceful dart. Aak jrout druggist fat MU* Nerrtn*. CAU. TION—use only as dl> ractad. Bffarraacent tablets. S5e and 75* -Liquid, 25c and $1.00, Miles Laboratories, Inc. Elkhart. Indiana. AT AU piua troiii IVsTl MILES NERVINE Sincere Wishes For *i^sSa^S9LaLM^LaaaaaaaaaaaaV (D o / [ JfjsW o / Jo gS mo u s. M T orr 0 m o o n HAPPY N E H YEAR Seven-Up Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc. SHERMAN I. TOBIN one examples of this tradition. As raei. in particular. an AmcI ican Jew vou are making "We are happy to know of the manv significant contributions to Locker, chairman of the Jewish deep and growing interest which tn(1 Jewish cause and to the' Agency executive in Jerusalem. American Jews of all shades and cause 0 f democracy. I believe that and U.N. Chief of Staff Gen. Wil, convictions take in what has j | lnow something of the spirit of liam E. Riley. fallen to us to achieve in this | American Jewry among whom I After praising the material and.country." Premier Ben Burion ived for some years an d I am' political support of American continued. •Were we, ,God forbid.| convince d that it will continue Jewry and their "warm hearted!* 0 fail .fctfg^'hat we have under, 0 make a ma j or contribution to and practical idealism" which, he taken, the failure would cause oUr grea offorl of reconstruction, said, has been one of the princigrievous pain to Jews everywhere j hope [n;lt tne talks we nave had pal sources of Israel's strei !ld nowhere more than in your tnese )>iSl tew clavs w ,n i eac i to I and success, the Premier said that community. Our sui failure even c i oser cooperaion between iin misunderstandings about depends in a large measure on our „ ur two communities." the relations between A with and 1 on the Repl ying, Mr. Blaustein praised Jewry and Israel are "likely to [ ^jVv 1 ^ the tremendous achievements of alienate sympathies and creat< dishai monj w hi close peratioi %  nee." 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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR v-Jenisl) fhridiann FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, The Year In Hollywood .. By LEON CUTTER MAX LLYWOOD — Ap istlea oi who foresaw nothing but c disaster for motion pictu art how lot i a nice, li %  > crawl into, there to g eface lly. II ever the mi n pf Hollywood were shown to bi and occult in II -appointed ci .-• to coasl i n the evidence thai showed them up as phony prophets and feeble-minded ] tu makers. The soothsayers with the cracked crystals sounded the death knell of all motion pictures at the epd ol 1949. doubled it in spades when television was proclaimed over the land and the theatres were fast being emptied of ticket-buyi s And now. just because they Won't lay down and die. the smart critical crowd, who knows all of the $64 answers, is howling "double cross" Little daunted by the free predictions of doom, such movie-wise operators MGM's Dore Schary, Warner's Jack L. Warner. 20th Century-Fox's Darryl F. Zanuck, (' lumbia's Harry Conn. Univer.-International's William Goetz, Paramount's Henrv Ginsberg. RKO's Sid RoEell. and a handful itbers such S nuel Goldwyn and Stanley Kramer went right ahead as if the portents were all in their favor. They looked down their colle live ind beeen fields n the clouded horizon. ';' : i were sure it wasn't a -o. for common sense told television, day and %  spoi ting • vents, legitimate ter, : adio, new automobiles. ivel %  agazim and newspapers .ind that thi? intrj thi ••...1 and breaduld !)• %  %  ealth. happem studio S put their heads together and bi plan strategically le future. How's it all workUt? Well, believe it or not. j ear jus* past has been one of the most prosperous Hollywood ver enjoyed. It has been a tilled with triumphs and far-reaching accomplishments. Divei m of entertainment has been and continues to be the keynote of the production oi every studio. Emphatic : the wisdom of this policy le fact that 1949-59 has been. ex eption of the wai %  gr< :'.. • isured both of profits and progress tud Dunnthe past season MGM deftly balanced the artist i. and box-office factors with Producer Dore Schary's "Battleground." scripted by Robert Pirosh, to answer critics who had stated continually that both cnd> of the .• oversy could not coincide in production. In catching both %  tical and audience attention to the fullest. 'Battleground" shatrds everywhere. It's tremendous business around the country was still fresh in the minds of the public when Producer Arthur Freed's "On the Town." written by Adolph Green and Betty Comden, and "Annie Get Your Gun." Irving Berlin's smash hit screenplayed by Sidney Sheldon, bioke away for extended theatre runs and heavy grosses. "Annie" and "Town" took top honors among filmusical pictures for MGM during the season. In line with current audience; requirements for light entertainment. MGM keyed its program lo the theme of the customers with a good portion of comedies: Producer Director Writer Norman Krasna's "The Big Hangover:" i Producer Pandro Berman's "Father of the Bride:" "The Redhead and the Reformer" written, directed and produced by that youthful team of Norman Panama and Melvin Frank: producer Larry Weingarten's filmization of Ruth and Garson Kanin's smash original story "Adam's Rib:" Pro. Jack Cummings' story of' songwriters Harry Ruby and Bert K.ilmar. "Three Little Words." Profits and prestige for Warner Brothers reached new highs during the past year, and rosy prospects foi the future loom brightly if the pace set for the 1950 season is continued. Biggest event of the pas! season was the presentation of Producer Jerry Wald's two big box-office hits A HAPPY NEW YEAR T O A L L CORONET CHOCOLATES 1260 Washington Avo. Miami Beach GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President Itra III I n i Equipment & Supply Co. 800 N. E. 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Novelist's Ayn Rand's famous best-seller "The Fountainhead" was made into a noteworthy film by Producer Henry Blanke, and Warner writer-director Vincent (Continued on Page 47) TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP 818 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fashion Mart Bldg.. 127 N. W. 2nd St. Miami Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR .11 r. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Family 9741 E. Bayharbor Drive MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL SALES — MOTOROLA — SERVICE EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE 3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-6564 Service On AD Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television SmCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 54 East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLA. RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN end the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119 8. W. 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PAGE FORTY -Jewisti ncrk/iof} FRIDAY, SEPTEMRFP „ 1950 HOUDAY GREETINGS GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Direct From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 HAPPY NEW YEAR IfEW YORK DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 44 N. E. 1st Street P. RICHARDSON Insulation • Firebrick Tank* Traps and Regulator! 311 Mendoia Arenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 12nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 82-5782 GREETINGS WHITE BELT DAIRY MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS From Our Own Government Tested Herd OLD PLANTATION ICE CREAM CREAM — BUTTER — EGGS Phone 7-2411 >i i TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies X. D Mse VICAR President FRANK J. WELLS Vice President A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Nathan Straus-lluparquet, Inc. FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES HOTELS • RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS CLUBS Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI 18. FLORIDA PHONE 3-0861 BEST WISHES TO ALL R. J. Boardman of the FLORIDA lilt IIM. I & IRON INC. STEEL ERECTING PHONE 86-1430 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS TO ALL J A C Q t E S FINE PASTRIES EVERYTHING IN INTERNATIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS Woiid Famous Pastries Add to the Success 01 the Parry 1654 Alton Road Phon 5.1753 F. A. GRIMMIG. Mar. and Owner Catering to Hotels and Clubs Looking Back: A Year By MILTON BROWN Time is marching on for American Jewry. The Jewish year just concluded was marked with celebrations by some communities existing 200 years, some 150 years and many observing their 100 anniversaries. These anniversaries represented milestones in the development of the American Jewish community which is today the largest Jewish community in the world. Viewed in the perspective of by those interested Jewish Pf5f ani f.^ nd services, the f j gu ~ lh e year was ten times as great in just concluded. that congregations in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Detroit, Cleveland. New Orleans, Utica. and other cities celebrated their 150th or 100th anniversaries, but also from the fact that the year was marked by serious efforts life in the United States. The a m ed at strengthening and expositive and negative experiences tending Jewish activities for the in the life of the older communibenefit of the Jewish community, ties were evaluated bv many American Jewish leadership, vounger communities for their realizing that the community is history, these celebrations have given many American Jews food for thought. They stimulated a fresh and revitalized approach to the future of Jewish community own purposes. today the strongest and richest in That American Jewry is coming the world, also began to realize of age was seen during the year not only from the fact that the Charleston Jewish community has reached the 200-year mark, or AMERICAN AWNING CO. Ben C. LaPointe PHONE 9-7801 "Anything That's Made of Canvas" 571 N. W. S. River Drive BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS tf M. M. LIPP a W. C. "Bill LANTAFF Your Congressman BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY Skagsptfi Stationery Co. 1462 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-0894 BEST WISHES W. A. GLASS GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 Weal Flogier Stnel that something more concrete must be done in the field of Jewish education so as to establish in the community truly effective agencies for transmitting and developing the entire heritage of Jewish culture and ideals to the coming generations. A national conference on Jewish education | which will be held in New York | next month—October—is the j culmination of study devoted during the year to the idea of' charting the future of American Jewish education. In the field of Jewish welfare, I Jewish federations and welfare | lunds have expanded the range of their programs and responsibilities. Central planning and coordination of local services have become the current objectives of I the local communities. Steps have also been taken to eliminate ; multiple campaigns. The vitality of the Jewish commimity was best reflected in the rapid progress of central organization. A study by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds established that while only twenty-five years ago about' $24,000,000 had been contributed A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Henry E. Mangels Company Distributors for Schlitz "The Beer that made Milwaukee Famous" 122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311 One of the most significant A, velopments of the year was £ increased interest which the CM central agencies have shown J the programs and policies of n tional and overseas agenCe! which seek their support T h desire for more intensive lJli participation in determinine th. nature and extent of nation" programs has been sharpened by | the overwhelmmg overseas need, t by the increasing demands of na I tional agency programs, as well | as by the pressures for the con tmumg support of essential local service^. I The passage of the new liberal ized law for the admission of displaced persons to the United States has brought opportunity for many more Jewish DP's t 0 come to the United States Some 37,000 Jews arrived in this country by the end of June under the DP Act of 1948. The United Service for New Americans. HIAS and the Council of Jewish FedI erations and Welfare Funds met immediately after the passage of the liberalized law. and worked out a formula for equitable distribution of community assurance quotas needed for the smooth absorption of the newcomers. The past year showed a sharp rise in welfare fund allocations for immigrant purposes and immigrant relief expenditures. In 46 cities, the 1949 welfare fund allocations for all refugee purposes increased more than onethird over the previous year. The amount spent by case workers agencies for direct immigrant relief alone also increased correspondingly. Progress was also reported during the year in the development of child care programs throughout the country, in the care for Jewish aged and in the expansion of Jewish hospitals. More alention was also paid by central Jewish communal organizations to the activities of vocational agencies, free loan societies, community newspapers and to organizations dealing with • i munal problems ViY KashxuXh In the field of combatting antiSemitism a good deal oi progress has been reported during the year by central Jewish organiutions engaged in community relations activities. Organized antiSemitism, on the decline for several years, continued t'> decline during the past year. However, (Continued on Next Page) TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Louis F. "Red" Snedigar Your County Commissioner 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY 409 BISCAYNE BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA GREETINGS DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 1545 N.W. 45th Street HURRICANE SALES CO. WHOLESALE & COMMISSION YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS General Manager WM. R. (BUSTER) KEETON Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phone 48-1631 7117 N.W. 5th Court Phone 78-1522 Box 128* Miami. Florida



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AY SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 vJewist fkridliar PAGE TWENTY-ONE The FARRS *)ciy %  %  %  %  HAPPY NEW H. H.. BILL. AARON AND MANNY YEAR and many thanks to: Mill on A. Friedman Prominent Miami attorney Mrs. Xat Williams Pn %  nent club woman Harry Markou-itz PI | it contractor Maraaret Newman .'.urn's leading dress designers •fuiffl' Kenneth Oka Popular attorney and Justice of Peace of Miami Mrs. Sydney E. Weintraub A past president of Dade Federation of Women's Clut %  and an ardent civic worker Harry Zukerniek 'linent Miami Beach attorney and well>cn civic worker Abe Eisenbery Manager and treasurer of Riverside Memorial O apel Eugene J, Weiss 11 known Miami Beach CPA Muriel Hirseh Pick !' %  pular Miami Beach socialite Seal liars %  mi Beach hotel operator Jerry Small Cn-owner of Tony Bower's, one of the most '•(' men's shops on Miami Beach Matthew S. Handler resident and general manager of June Products Co. Arthur Heiiutz r of Ardmore St mini on Miami Beach Alfred Oholer town Miami Beach structural engineer Henry Hohauxer nent Miami Beach .-Irchitect Morris Herivk Popular Miami Beach attorney Paul E* Greene General agent for Franklin Insurance Co. Harry En field Of Enlield's Camera Shop on Lincoln Road Ken Small Arbiter of smart fashions for women at Small's on Miami Beach Mrs. Stanley i\ Myers Prominent civic leader I A HI is -f. Krensky Retired investment broker Alexander Koyan Prominently identified with fine furs here and in the East Julius Jay Perlmutter Prominently engaged in mortgage and real estate in Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson Long-time residents of Miami Beach tieorye -I. Hertman Prominent Miami Beach realtor tiodfrey Xeiiiiinii Prominent attorney, president of Miami Beach B'nai B'nth and treasurer of Miami Beach Bar Association Al Uoldman Famous entrepreneur of Chinese foods Alan imale Well knotvn host of the Celebrity Club, the entertainer's entertainer and long-time resident 0] Minim Beach isadore Aronoritz Owner of Beach Toggery Slwp and dean of M ami Beach merchants Kitty Hun's Known the world over as -First lady of the night club world" Sum in'I Weissel Pioneer Coral Gables business man. property owner and well-loved philanthropist Milton Feller Active young Miami Beach attorney Edward Hokson Vice president of Produce Distributors in Miami Beach Hen Zion Uinsbury Miami Beach real estate broker and civic leader A. J. Kaplan Young Miami attorney tieorye S. Levenson Formerly of Boston. Mass.. now of Greater Miami, where he conducts a general insurance agency HIUHIII I 41 III 4First lady of Miami Beach realtors and president of Deborah Tuberculosis Society Max Hreyer Long-time Miami Beach resident and property owner Arthur Murray Internationally famous dance instructor Joe Hart Popular dispenser of cheer and chicken at his famous Pickin Chickin and Virginian Jaek tioldman Owner Clover Club and Hickory House Restaurant Henry fore Co-owner of Vogue Laundry Waller Jacobs O! Lord Tarletc H itel, Miami Beach, and fee Tarleton Club, Pike. N. H. Harry M. Mayid Popular M ami Beach real estate broker Mrs. Sol Leslie Past president of the southeastern region of Hadassah and prominent in Miami Beach communal and religious activities and thousands more for their endorsement and patronage PACE TOURS and TRAVEL SERVICE Authorized AIRLINE STEAMSHIP TICKET OFFICE HAVANA NASSAU MEXICO SOUTH AMERICAN EUROPEAN CRUISES 1425 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 2315 Collins Ave Phone 5-5327 6638 Collins Ave Phone 86-1482 Miami Beach 1



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)AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 fJewistifkridictr I COVER THE "DP" BOATS PAGE FORTY-FIVE (Continued from Page 33) fctined for Texas. The father, a thoemaker. asks you questions. How far is Texas? Has it a nice Climate? Can they see America through the windows of their [ran" Later, a volunteer worker b the pier, a member of a local tction of the National Council of Jewish Women, escorts the family |o the train. You know that the lamil.v will make a good adjustne nt" when the father proudly lavs: "A" I want from America is l-e.'k to support my family." \K pale boy of 12 is accompanied iv an older immigrant. The boy. t, n;n) > ;,n uncle in Detroit, had 1 the photographer sees her pretty I legs. "Boy, that's what I want j Thanks." You go around the pier once [ more. A family of five, comprising three generations, walks off | the gangplank. A photographer i takes a picture of the group. Throughout all the commotion, grandmother shows no interest in I anything. Her face is stolid and immovable—as though nothing on earth could hurt her any longer As you are about to leave you I see a family group of four being ( interviewed by a reporter. The rabbi from Budapest tells her how he cut off his beard and passed GREETINGS Lasl stop on freedom road: Port and dock workers of United service loi Ney Americans speed through the last formalities for inewlyarrived displaced Jews before the newcomers proceed to ^communities throughout the United States. fent the war years in a French %  %  %  V*i bring the boy over h ph tographer for a picture tell him something of boy'.background. "No, too p. I wan: an orphan of four or ft. he answers. It is difficult to explain that pst Jewish children were killed the N'..z:s. However, you don't |ve to search for another picture pibility A blond girl of 20 ^vts from the ship's rail and Lynn's Sundries HARRY AND LARRY 776 West Flgaler St himself off as a Nazi student. His wife assumed the role of a sister whose husband was fighting on the Russian front. The rabbi visited his "sister" once a week to bring her food. c-u His wife joins tne conversation. She kept a kosher home in accordance with Jewish tradition by salting the meat in a suitcase— under lock and key—away from the prying eyes of her Nazi landlady. As you are about to leave, you recognize a young man in a leather jacket who came to the United States on the first ship Now he is waiting for his fiancee. a girl from his home town of Lodz. They had become engaged in a DP camp shortly before he was to leave for the United States. Vou wish him good luck and he grins happily. At last he has found a place he can call "home." You feel good in your heart. This :s just one of the manv ships that have brought survivors of Nazism to haven here You have seen their facts and you are glad that some of them have come to wandering's end. Phone 5-7111 EIFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP Cor. Washington Ave. 409 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club & Casino Equipment BARBARA JANE DRESS SHOP EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2119 Coral Way Phone 48-8050 E. SAFER, Proprietor ..• NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865 COMPLETE LIN OF GROCERIES AND MEATS JACK ROHER. Proprietor A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THE SHELBY SALES BOOK CO. 3500 Main Highway Phone 83-1621 HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. <£ MRS. SAM LACHMAN AND FAMILY OF THE DRAKE HOTEL 1460 Ocean Drive Phone 5-6681 That AH Our Friends and Patrons May Enjoy A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE A17GCST FAMILY and AlOrST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 NEW YEAR GREETINGS from MR. AND MRS. JACK N. FINE GREETINGS LEE'S Established 25 years 324 N. E 13th Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR H. and W. B. Drew o in pan y PRINTERS — LITHOGRAPHERS — ENGRAVERS 2812 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-6156 CORAL GABLES, FLA. TO ALL GREETINGS RALPH A. I OSSIY REALTOR 103 South Dixie Highway South Miami, Florida PHONE 87-5303 Dade County Resident Since 1308 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR •narantee Exterminating Co. and Guarantee Sanitary Systems 13211 S. W. 22nd Terrace Phone 83-3970 GREETINGS Victor Bidone Restaurant FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 18th Street Reservations Call 5-9169 RODS AND REELS REPAfflED SHRIMP MULLET Underwater Equipment (( ,. %  BANANAS!" SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2301 Collins Avenue EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS GREETINGS May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations nd Everlasting Peace to All Mankind FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20th STREET TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3680 Coral Way PHONE 4-9437 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AL MEIDENBERG AND STAFF A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 51 N. E. 5th Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY oi the MIAMI SEA FOOD rOMIM\Y 675 N. W. 5th Street GREETINGS DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS Phone 3-5461 519 N. W. 23rd Street TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY NEW YEAR L L POWELL & SONS 1659 Lenox Avenue REALTORS Phone 5-3357 TO ALL GREETINGS PHONE 3-3663 LAWRENCE LIMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING £63 N.sty/Mth Street Miami 1, Florida



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LrnAY. SEPTEMBER*. M80 *• Jew 1st nprkfian PAGE SIXTY-FIVE A Year Of Jewish Issues At U.N. By DAVID NUSSBAUM Anglo American French-supLAKE SUCCESS-The Jewish state has completed its first' P rted blue P rint of the Palestine s a member of the official family of nations—the United Commission which set up a U.N. adConciliation year as a memo** ui uw ....y OUUUIIB uw unitea | woukJ haye Nations Organization. ministration only somewhat less For an infant state, suHenng on its own ground all the pains! categorical than the VaticanI jjjjih and early growth, being thrust into the midst of adult! pushed Australian proposal that • .u .1— .•. %  MMMMI r,( i >—'—— —^— ——-———^^ I was finally adopted. And ; Ko with the "compulsion of assumins at once the resopnsibilifip\ of adulthood is no small problem in itself. In addition to fL Israel's first year in the U.N. could hardly have been more eventful for an individual state, young or old. The year started out with the nP w state's territorial and cultural integrity thrown into grave eooardv by the world organizaion It is ending with that threat argely dissipated. For Israel the vear opened in the gloom of defeat but closed on a note of ""The issue which accounted for this rather harrowing experience for a neophyte was, of course, the Jerusalem issue. The issue, as the whole Palestine question has been since the U.N.'s inception, was one of the principal problems to aitate the organization during the vear and actually expended more of the U.N.'s time than any other single problem dealt with in this period. The basic fact about the Jerusalem question was that the United Nations found itself not merelv engaged with it but enmeshed in it. The members had trapped themselves and there were none astute enough to figure the most face-saxing manner of extrication. Out of the arrangement to establish Jerusalem as a "corpus separatum" \o be governed by the United Nations. Then, as might have been predicted, the police-less, army-less world body discovered itself helpless to implement this design when the strategic moment to do so arrived—when the British withdrew and the Arabs assaulted the Holy Citadel. As with all strategic failures, the U.N.'s abject defeat proved lauL The population of the new city had to be rescued. The city had to be rehiHMitated. A living tissue had to be restored to health. Aside from the historical logic of such a development—which had been plain on November 29, 1947, but had seen cast aside—the Arab attack that the U.N. shunned made the Israel course inevitable. There was nothing calculated or planned in the new government's ; It followed the inescapable of war and recovery—and nited Nations found itself confronted with a fait accompli, fr im which it had only itself to Man S> the U.N. was left clinging lueprint for a house it could not build and it was in the emng position of wanting to reduce to dependency an indent area. Israel suggested the Assembly modify its plans aid erect a less ambitious e. It proposed a pact to \ Irawn up between the U.N. i '' %  %  one hand and IsraeJ and, •' Ian <>n the other, which would ntee full international proj n tor and access to the Holy Pla led by the Vatican and I by incptness, a two-thirds y of the Assembly decided leave well enough alone. It 1 back into the trap, inthat the Trusteeship 1 draw up a statute of corninternationalization for Jerand put it into effect th, the Council to be unbed by any opposition from • >iter, including the people usalem. This decision took in December, and Israel tered Year Two with its back wall, pressed there, indeed, lighty collection of nations. • 1 took its story to the %  pie. A period of public inmation and enlightenment was tied. Christian groups went 1 %  Jerusalem to study the facts. -h orgnizations the world over put on an unprecedented impalgn of direct public appeal. Israeli diplomats in every capital went to work on their colleagues. This period coincided with the m >nths-long sessions of the U.N. trusteeship Council in Geneva and Lake Success at which the "-member body, plank by plank, Put together the statute that was w be the coffin for the national aspirations of the Jewish people


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5AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 +Je*isiinr)ritf&£L PAGE SEVENTY-THREE The President. Officers and Board ol Directors of the CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL THE MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY $ EVERY GOOD WISH FOR THE YEAR TO COME ^Jfflr. anfr jJfos. -Norman ^. fl^om A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WEST END SCHOOL 1438 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-5116 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACE FURNITURE COMPANY 3051 GRAND AVE. PHONE 48-2118 VISIT OUR NEW STORE 7500 N.W. 7th. AVENUE. PHONE 7-4448 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR /Wgidairt Appliances Evtarude Outboard Motors Records Radios Vsxit T Hsrdwsrs BJ>.S. P.inis D. D. FREEMAN Okeechobos Road. Hialosh, Fie. Phone 88-2123 IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR NATHAN MAYO Commissioner oi Agriculture STATE OF FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Custombilt Furniture Mfg. Co. f NE 40 h Street Phone 78-4781 lowrooms Corner 79th St. and Biscayne Blvd.. Phone 78-4244 L T R SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND TO ALL ISRAEL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR D R. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Jews Behind The Iron Curtain (Continued from Page 71) ors were earmarked for extinction. Communist Roumania did not admit the right of a man to keep a store he had worked all his life to build up, or even to maintain some petty livelihood derived from peddling wares. Everything had to come under state control, and the antiSemitism still widespread in the country saw to it that Jews got few of the official licenses that would have permitted them to remain as managers of their own businesses on behalf of the government. They were summarily kicked out, and good Aryan Communists put in their place. Left without money and without means of earning a living, Roumanian Jewry has the choice of becoming a subservient pawn in the plans of its Communist rulers, or getting out. There are very, very few who are not frantic to get out. The kind of procedure followed with Jewish shopkeepers and businessmen is perhaps best illustrated by an actual example. Of the 2500 drug stores in Roumania, 80% were owned by Jews. In almost every case, this is what happened: Government officials would enter the pharmacy and give the owner 24-hours' notice to hand it over to the state. The order to clear out applied usually not only to the pharmacy itself but also to the owners' living quarters, which were often in the same building. What the victim did afterwards was, in the words of one Roumanian security police officer, "none of our concern*" A few shops managed to escape this fate, but instead was sub' jected to periodic searches during which money found on the premises was confiscated as "belnging to the state." The sale of their possessions became the sole means of livelihood for more than 95% of the Jewish population. One "bourgeois" sector after another was attacked. Private property and houses were confiscated. Non-Jews suffered too, but since much of Roumanian trade had been always concentrated in Jewish hands, the government's propaganda drive against capitalism was always tinged with anti-Semitism. It paid the Communists to exploit popular prejudice, and this was done ruthlessly, without much consideration for the finer points of Communist dogma. Theoretically, the object of all this activity was to force the Jewish population into "productive work." But in practice it did not work out this way. First of all, nobody who was a known Zionist can get work. This means quite a lot of people. A few of the rank and file of the movement were permitted to work after signing an official recantation, but this was not a popular course. Secondly, few Jews were skilled artisans. Hence they could only be used as unskilled labor, once their businesses were taken from them. In Roumania this often meant being conscripted for vast schemes carried out by what were to all intents and purposes slave i workers. A new canal, now in process of construction, that will ; link the Danube delta with another part of the Black Sea coast, | is being built in this way. Need| less to say. the despoiled Jewish population does not flock to volunteer for such jobs. On the other hand, people who earn no wages or salaries are not eligible for ration cards, and thus have to buy their food in the black market. After being disVossessed. the majority of Roumanian Jews found, therefore, that not only did thev have to sell (Continued on Page 79) RIGHT DOWN TOWN — EASY TO STOP AT Tropieal Typewriter Service 431 WEST FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-8333 or 9-5191 Where the Libby's have everything you need for the office TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS—FILING CABINETS Plus a Stationery Department It will pay you to pay them %  visit HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 18S3 Wed Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. 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PAGE SIX kwist fhridHar FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 19 5n Personally Speaking I. Tannen of Miami Beach left for California where he will visit his family. Arlene Knohl Wed In Gillais Late-. Net I Joyce Gimbel And Benjamin Alexander fCailaisiace Exchange Vows •, neEd '^, K : The Chapel of SHfridge Air • b "$* } -V U ';: : % %  Michigan was the Nathan Sunday. TJ ing lf Miss After spending the summer with her children in Detroit an;: Gimbel, daughter of CoL New Ycrk. Mrs. Anna R. Berow'is returning to her home a! 305 • i Gimbel. USAF, and Mrs. Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Werman have returned from a threeith vacation in New York and are beck in their home at 1301 / Ion Road, Miami Beach. -* %  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross and son, Charles, 1101 S.W. 20th i Ave.. are leaving to make their home in Sen Francisco. Calif., where the Ross' dau' ; .. Mrs. James Ellison and Mrs. Melvin Shaw, are now livingTheir son, Bernard, recently left for Northwestern University to enroll in dental school. -* %  Barbara Lenore Hutner has returned from New York City, where she had been furthering her studies in dramatics and music for the past six months. She plans to continue her studies at the University ~J. Miami Graduate School. Miss Anne"-;.*' president, Miami Beach Unit, Junior Hadassah, has ret from Birmingham, Ala., where she ied the orgai s Southeastern regional convention. %  ,-as acco e Misses Selma Lewis and Naomi ral, also delegates. The bris of Sidney Mark Pertnoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl v.. was held Tuesday. Out-of-town guests included the s grandmother, Mrs. John Gom, and his great grander, Mrs. Tillie £ of Baltimore, Md. Sandek was Benjamin Appel; godperents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. David Miller; mohl. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Over 15C people were present at the ceremony and reception which fcliowed. Among them was c large representation of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, of which maternal grandmother, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, is president. Mr. and Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., were hosts at j tl I ;Vfr. and Mr*. Rouen Gimbel, -Jini Pine Tn e Di Ive, rid J< nkintown, %  Al< xander, Jr. Given in marriage by her father, ., re the veil worn by nOSC'llllUIHS Mark n ther and sister at their /-_|J__ \\T I %  • nuptials. Fashioned of tuile it UOKieiJ W C'(I( J| HL> %  mbroidered with orange A rece ption Sunday mai ked th. ms. Her white taffeta gown golden wcdding anniversary of ; was designed with fitted bodice Ml and Mrs j^o Rosenman m lull skirt and tram. She carried g w 25th Road le I domed with stephanotis. The affair was held h Maid of honor. Miss Sally Gib•..-•. Jenkintown. wore rose with matching velvet hat carried pink chrysanthemums. granddaughter. Patricia and Pamela Gimbel. twin sisters of the bride, served as flower girls in pink taffeta i frocks. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. ; Benjamin Alexander, Philadelphia, and the late Mr. Alexander. was attended by Lester Mayer. ; Jr.. Philadelphia. Seating guests were Roger Gimbel. brother of the bride, and Robert Kahn. cousin of the bridegroom, both of Philadelphia. The former Miss Gimbel was graduated from Stephen College and attended the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Alexander, a graduate of Temple University, served with the Navy in the Pacific. v L *. of their son-in-law and dau e faille Mr and Mrs M 11 and tha i, 620 0 N.W. Miami PI, \ granddaughter. Mrs. Lenore Cotten. came here for the event Residents here since 1940. the Rosenmans came here from Huntington. Ky. Rosenman. 78. retired electrical supplv chant. is a merEMANUEL GGLOSTRICH Mrs. William Nathan a surprise family dinner in honor of the birthday of their son, i} r L??l h S --„ Miami Bea S?' Th< i DL:i ; „ __ __*jL.u i m.-iL ,' I~ bridegroom s parents are Mr. and Philip, on September 1. Philip, a former resident of Dayton, Mrs. Frank Nathan. 427 45th S*. O., is now making his home in Miami. Miami Beach. "* "* The bridal gown was fashioned Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pomerance have returned from a trip with fitted lace bodice. Motifs of to the island of Jamaica. In Kingston they were auests at the l ^ e i ace WPre appliqued to thtf .-11 Cortleigh Manor Hotel; in Ocho Rios, a. the Shaw Park Hotel; Jt £LTjL"tffil^ll22 in Montego Bay, a. the Casa Blanca Hotel. a^neVThe^matcEr".bow%  %  ** length gloves and a lace headpiece After a month's vacation in Welch, W. Va., and Hendersonsecured the bridal veil. The bride ville, N. C, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman and children Beverly tairied whlte orchids and stepnaHarvey. are back at their home, 1850 Bay Drive. Miami b^Mr\ J^HewM. ^ **' Mrs. William J. Goldworm served as matron of honor: Miss Rosalind Botwin, Fiance Given Prenuptial Parties A round of pre-nuptial parties is being given for Rosalind Botwin and her fiance. Bernard Sutta. who will be married in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sandier, 2685 S.W. 17th Ave.. were hosts at a Miami Beach Real Estate developer, civic and communal esented the Hadassah regional vice brid( A ,1 lttenda as chain tn of the Business and Professional Division w< ela Dede nan was accompanied by her sister, Herzb irl. rother, Abe, who vacationed with her while there Jack Nat Announcing lh< th of a son, Mark Louis, ore Mr and burg, Va. The Pierces are also parents of a .. barry Michael. Mrs. Pierce is the • of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wolf! Iding t,i, Alton Road, Miami Beach, and is well known in this area M< I Acapulco, as a ballet dancer and teacher. The new baby's maternal great • North .dmother is Mrs. Eva Sempler, 500 15th St Miami Bench Sv Drive Miami Beach. For + + oeacn. traveling thi black Mrs Minna R Moll 9977 <^W lo.v. c. 1 ,, and whi te dress with match jvirs ivunna H. Mell. ^273 S.W. 12th St., left for a months cape and an orchid corsage visil in New York and surrounding area. Mr. and Mrs. WBtaCWo* of Chicago flew here to S^ ^ i V |" nd the Labor Day weekend with his parenfs, Mr. and Mrs Join D CCCmfber BrfdeS dinner party Saturday night in leader, says: "I look back with honor of the couple. Among the pleasure on the trips 1 have taken guests were Mr and Mrs. Milton to Mexico and South America— Adler. Mr. and Mrs. William arranged for me, of course, by Edelstein and Mr. and Mrs. Philip : FARR. In years to come my travel Dilner. plans include a tour of Europe The bride-elect's brother and '' and I know that I will get added sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Milenjoyment from the teeling of ton A. Friedman, also feted the relaxation that results from concouple at a party in their new i fidence in an expertly \Aax\ne4. home at 3001 S.W. 2nd Ave. itinerary—such as FARR proA lingerie shower for the bridevides for its clientele. FARR TICKETS TOURS CRUISES %  guests wen nd Nathai V ed the cere: n %  p to the spe Planning a December 3 wedding is Miss Mildred Rabin, whose S.W. 3rd St. The bride-elect is publicity chairman of Miami Masada Mr Taub attended New York schools served with the air forces in Europe for two years and is now raising lascda. Leo W. Chulock, 2961 S.W. 19th Terr. is, a 'M^ ffc M r 1S K Aa d son Hichard *"* %  < 227 | STSg^£ 5*1 gwSrfS? 1st St, Miami Beach, are leaving this week for Brooklyn, N. Y. has ^en announced by her to spend the Jewish holidays with their parents, Mr and Mrs mother Mrs Jennie Rabin. 612 Philip Pockriss and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kleiner. Mrs. Morris Eisenberg. their sister, with her children. Stuart and Francine of Brooklyn, who have been spending their summer vacation here, will accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis Salzman of West Palm Beach c "chai, m an of "the fund raisins announce the birth of a daughter. Sharon Marie at Good COmmittee ot ,hl M '"" Masada. Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Salzman is the former Rosemary Vitale thA mZhi% r n Urn ^ 6St n alm Beach ^mediately following the High Hffly Days is Miss Sarah Dave, daughter of the Philip Daves of that city Miss Dave is employed as counselor at a summer resort in Ellenville, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eisenberg have returned to West Pal Beach after a visit to their former home. Worcester Mass M + %  i f\?" lval ? „ a .' Duncra agan Inn, Hendersonville, N C nclude Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. William Mtl !" i !" d Mr 3 John Lute, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ManS ntn M^ 7 L aC u ^ aldr n Mr and Mrs Mann Y Gainer. Dr and Mrs I. Zadek Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs Louis Nelson and Bob Wolf. M /i., an u d ^rs. J. Bettholtz. 3470 S.W. 10th St., celebrated the omda!ed S n J ShUa M rdaCai Rabbi ^MpT** SWISS KNIGHT is THE FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES DAIRY SUPPER SALAD Add your favorite cheese, sliced or chopped, to salads, or garnish with whoie triangles — really healthful and nourishing! So rich and superior in taste and quality — Swiss Knight is truly the cream of world-famous Switzerland dairies! Enjoy Swiss Knight Cheese today! Salesmen for Miami and Miami Beach WEATHERMASTER The fastest selling line of aluminum & glass jalousies, doors and windows. Unlimited earning potential. Call 82-8541. Mr. Berry, for appointment Sunshine Flower & MU Shop 1119 S.W. 27th Avenue Floral Decorations & Cut Flowers For Every Occasion JL Pe rson al Attention Call *£**L1 48 0237 ar d ask for HAROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN



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rmDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1950 +zMmlsti florid ton A CRITICAL PERIOD PAGE SIXTY-ONE (Continued from Page 53) concept of human responsibilities. In our learned books and periodicals, of the humanities, we no longer hear of religious, spiritual and moral duties but rather of our social responsibilities, and a great educator recently remarked, "Current educational literature, so called, emphasizes that man is to be "understood', 'cooperated with.' Planned for,' 'correlated,* %  Integrated.' G-d is replaced by i sociological data-in the place of. love of G-d, we have social responsibility. The whole educa| tional becomes applied sociology | of a particularly superficial and banal kind." In our ultra-modern system of education, man is no rndowed with the divine : spark of G-d and who is, there: f ore al I i control his environment, but a mechanism which is controlled by his environment. More iver, we are now witnessing i dangerous trends within our own Jewish ranks. Some pe iple who become imbued with our mod(-rn pseudo-system of education have begun to interpret the tenets of Judaism to the Jewish masses not as a continuous expression of the divine word of u-d, not even in terms of particular providence, not in the sense of the unity of G-d, Israel and the Torah, not in the eternal belief of Israel, that by the observance of the commandments we obey the word of G-d but Judaism as an expression of our ethnological and sociological responsibility. Judaism becomes : merely a secular civilization, and [ all the discredited pseudoscientific theories of man and his t duties replace the ideology of our ( divine heritage. We must not be mislead by the so-called "New Doctrines," and "new thoughts" which are, in reality, intellectual and religious poison. It is your sacred duty to defy some of the current trends. We must remember that we were educated in the spirit of the divine and immortal traditions of Israel. Man is not a bundle of reflexes which reacts when the proper stimulus is applied, nor a speck of dust on a wandering! planet. Man is the spiritual and 5710-The Year Of Deliverance (Continued from Page 60) ended Itvery existence is a symbol ol a brighter future to handicapped Jews still remaining in hated Germany, and other DP areas. Hundreds of the,se are anxious to make a new start, and will he able to do so provided they can receive the proper rehabilitativi care. It should not be supposed, however, that the year 5710 was without a fair -hare of the difficulties and setbacks which always seem to be attendant upon the efforts to relieve J< wish distress overseas and to .-


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PAGE TEN 9-JenisMeridfar Jewish Pioneers Of The Early American Theater r ige n • %  %  Ai :. a and n He| J %  %  wrote in English on An I ; and American audien These Jewish pionei rs of the early Ame ican theater were ng the prime movers in the %  to introduce on the stage native American drama, native material native actors, everyone of them were themselves American-born, which may account for their enthusiasm for "native drama." Somehow, members of the same family drifted into the theater-world. A.iron and Jonah Phillips were uncle and nephew: Samuel and Emanuel Judah were .: Isaac and Washing! n Harby were brothers. These were 1 The; 11 I lemand, wil M. Noah, wl most personalil : 11) : : avyset Mian, with a large face and' bushy eyebrows, wh %  killed his man in a duel and battled for the prestige of his country in faraway, exotic North .. was the kind of a person who would be expected to indulge in sentimental and patriotic drama. In his old age he reminisced that he had "a hankering for the national drama, a kind of juvenile patriotism." To a critic. the editor of a rival New York newspaper, who took him to task for writing such stuff, he replied, caustically: '"In confidence, let me whisper my suspicions in your 1 fear that you never cordially approved the principles of our lutionary War." Mi. Noah, however, had also | hib cont< mporary d< fen "These plays." another critic 'wrote, "are well calculated to ve the morality of the /ices. Thi e the plays a tion timi is Isaac ; %  | Charl S. C.) "wi ri n wardi -1 with : Emanuel B. irned their living in the of law: Aaron Phillips : and Emanuel Judah were actors as well as dramatic writers. Isaac Harby remained a schoolmaster iand journalist, as did also his (brother Washington Harby. Mordecai M Noah himself was engaged in a variety of activities: Consul to Tunis. Sheriff of NewYork County. Collector of the Port of New York, and editor of ihalf a dozen New York newsi papers at one time or another. Nevertheless, even Noah was not spared the accusation of hav( ing sold out his "garbage drama", for Gold. Just how ridiculous as i well as intemperate this charge i uas. Is attended by the fol.lowng incident: Onlv a few hours after his most successful play. The Siege o'' 1 1 ipoli, was pei foi med, a conttion burnt down the thi ater, i turned over his share of the box office receipts 10 thr actors who were left with• .. p] Apparently, all ..n hi> entire theaof many year brought him was a pair of hand.,:\ p tchers which the :ii presented him at a performance of his Greek Captive, a stirring propaganda piece advocating the retion of the political independence of Greece which was then in Turkish hands. For a reason which has never been revealed a bitter feud suddenly broke out between the two most spectacular Jewish dramatists of the day, Mordecai M. Noah and his cousin. Samuel B. Judah, who was himself no mean playwright and had to his credit a number of historical plays which had been successfully produced. In a pamphlet which went under the title. Gotham and the Gothamites, Mr. Judah censured New York Society and particularly its theater in 1823. as "a house FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. of misery, whore folly reigns n.k lime, where vice doth pal, n licensed brothel." Thui M H t as u sai,, .' ll fically Mr Noah. who. in hi %  'New loads ol v.-.,. | !" *. I ether lay And swear, though damned it i a play— For brainless rogu. be. no greater cheal Than thou art aln Hejummed up h isal Noah s dramatic writings as "in sipid garbage will, which hi saturates the public yearly" There is no record ilable In tell us what action if any M r Noah personally took against V Judah. But the mass attack against New York's elite stirred up widespread wrath against Mr Judah. His pamphlet was con' fiscated, and he was sent to prison: but was shortly di s charged owing to ill health. Howi ever, it is an interesting fact that he eventually became a prominent lawyer, was admitted to practice at the New York Supreme Court and continued to write for the theater with considerable success Actually, one must concede, he wrote in the same literary style which he deprecated a i vi hementin Mr. Noah's writings. To All We Say 'A Most Happy New Year : R Mr. and Mr?. Henry Rabin and Family 21S6 N.W. 2nd Street F Mi. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rabinowiiz and Family 2373 S.V/. 26th Terrace W • \ A Mi. and Mrs. Max Rappaport 1011 S.W..25th Avenue W Fii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Harry I. Rayvis and Family 1375 S.W. 18th Street W Friends ai lives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ray Redman and Family 1931 Park Avenue •: %  ; Friei A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard ard Children, Faith Arnold and Sharon 2762 S.V/. 25th Street Mi. snd ".. Rome 3nri Street %  Mi. an P.omer and Far 9224 I enue Mi. and Mrs. Joseph Rose %  Family 1400 Lenox Avenue %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family 143b West Avenue Wish A:: T %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family 4494 Adams Avenue W All ] Fi iends and R A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. M. S. (Frances N.) Rubin Delano Hotel W All Her Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family 2200 Biickell Avenue Wish All Their !• ind Relat A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz and Family 6134 S.W. 25lh Street Wish All Their Friends and Relat v, a A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family 327 Jefferson Avenue Wish All Then Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero and Family 927 Meridian Avenue Wish All Their F: iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Mary Stepkin 138 Seybo)d Arcade Wishes All Her Friends and Relat A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. Arthur Stone and Mother. Mrs. Philip Stone Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Irving Saal 1125 S.W. 5th Street Wishes All His Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin and Family 2460 S.W. 25th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Lester Saal and Daughter, Faith 2815 S.W. 5th Street w :. All Tl %  Fiiei A HAPPY NEW YE Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal ard Children, Stanlev and T : • 1500 S.V/, 12th Avenue A M:. and Mrs. 1 %  2039 S.W. 17th Terrace Mr. and Mrs. Julius Samuels and Family 259 N.E. 51st Street A HAP1 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld and Carol 1397 S.W. 22rd Terrace W Friends and Relat A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family 2100 S.W. 16th Terrace Wi rieii rids and I A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten and Family 5860 Pinetree Drive I* Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sigmur.d W. Schermer and Children, Phyliss and Milton 1611 Euclid Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Serota and Family 412 Ocean Drive Wish All Their Fi ii nd and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro and Family 1551 Lenox Avenue Ml Their Friei V HAPPY N] : \\\ M.. ard Mrs. I. S. Shapoff snd Family 318 S.W. 28th Road .'. [APPY NEW \ ind Mrs. Randolph Shevach Allen Brook: rnd Eileen Barbara 3426 Prairie Avenue A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughters. May Ellen and Arlene 1740 S.W. 11th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relal v A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and Family 707 Malaga Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sussman and Family 3701 Pine Tree Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tanntn and Family 1725 Calais Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman and daughter, Adele 1410 Euclid Avenue Wish All Their Fl %  • %  •ti\.< and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Tepper and Family and Mrs. Efseroff 1221 Collins Avenue Wish All Their Fi ii rids an 1 R< A HAPPY NEW YEAH w Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Family 3020 S.W. 4lh Avenue Wish All T Friends and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Family 1710 Lenox Avenue Wish AI; Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein 111 S.W. 30th Road Wish All T Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Joseph Weiss and Family 610 S.W. 18th Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family 337 N.E. 28th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives _A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Rose H. Rubenstein and Family 2840 Pine Tree Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel 1600 Meridian Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Children, Douglas, Roberta, Lorraine and Herbert 1800 S.W. 17th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Simonhoff 5925 N. Bayshore Drive Wisher AH Hif Friends and Relatives A HA PPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Sons, Dick and Josh 2024 N. Bay Road Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sperling and Family 3545 S.W. 3rd Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig and sons. Leonard. Robert and Walter 2131 S.W. 15th Street Wish AH Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tyiell and son. Mark Philip Wish All Their Friends and Relative-: A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten and Family Vanderbilt Hotel Wish All Their Friend:, and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mrs. Sadie Waldorf and Family 3002 N.W. 7th Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Watserman and Family 2210 S.W. 17th Street Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Weisi and Family 2355 S.W. 27th Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR __ Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiti and Family 4201 Royal Palm Avenue Wish All Tl Fi lends and Ri A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Maurice M. Weltir.iS and Family 264 N.W. 91st Street Wish Al Fl lends and Ri A HAPPY NEW YEAR __ Mi. and Mrs. Abraham Whitehouse and So,n 2348 S.W. 16th Avenue Wish Al! Tl Friends and I A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilchy* 41 SW. 16th Avenue Wish All Tl Friends and Relal A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman and Family 1134 S.W. 9th Street Wish All Th Friends and Relal A HAPPY NEW YEAR_ ~Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family 1618 Weit Avenue Wish All ThenFriends and Rpla'^o A HAPPY NEW 1EAR Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wueh and sons, Raymond and Ji 940 N.W. 39th Court Wish All ThenFriends and Relat^ A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ze.enH Wish All Their Friends and R^tivcs A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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PAGE NINETY m fcgjife Fkiridiar FRIDAY. SEPTEMRTO The Jewish Community Comes Of Age (Continued from Page 85) as well as the services it was rendering to the community. The refugee program of the agency also came under the pur%  of the survey, because the lief expenditures for/these New Americans were running far if the amount appropriated Federation. The Council of vish Federations and Welfare Funds provided us with its social planning director, who. together •:• the i lint survey committee, idied thi various problems. This commits mtinued to meet ifl •: the survej ie I his ret, ;n order to act on his finditions. The rk of this commit:.-' has already h '•• %  result ation of the JSSB. clarifying its program and serv•o -inJewish community. Several problems still remain ch require further study and tion. On.of these is in the .. providing .. relief program for „ ,\ -. %  sidents, in view of the : t that tinpublic relief pro.: am is so inadequate in our comnity. Th.:• irganization of the ,.t tin.-time has also ati i ten p irary difficulties, but it is hoped, will soon be %  : .SVrr %  ccs I )ne of the outstanding achi.v,nts in our community du: pasl year was the opening of Ml Sinai Hospital. Hei e. too, the mmunity Planning Committee i .:. take somi edil fo the ition of this important health lity in our community, since i due to an i liei 5ur\ ey, • ted bj imittee, that iblishment ol iout. In 1 Ml Iready i tribution I Furthi ex• [ the J %  : • %  • th 1 H 1 Servici i Si Sen gencn %  ; : pla JSSB on %  duc< tures 1 %  f tne JSSB %  olii thesi ."• %  • ". Amei icans to ; md selftizen il our cominity. and not dependents on h • In the first th i nths pei ation a Vocation 1 Service has more than justified existence. It has placed more n 45 individuals on jobs, most permanent. The Jewish Vocational Service established on an experintal and temp irary basis. Tims "•cans,. ,i its limited personind financial facilities, it has been serving only a small gi : people in our community. Increasing i .,. ... made, Wever, to open the service | i the general public and to provide vocational counselling, particularly to the yount> adult members of our community. Here. too. the 'immunity Planning Committee will continue to study the matter eamfully, BO that appropriate action can be taken. Jewish Education. In the spirit of the rabbinic dictum, one may comment that Jewish education is one of the three pillars necessary for the sur.sval of the Jewish communj ity. Only a well-integrated and formalized Jewish education program will give the individual a sound understanding of his Jewishness. an understanding which inessential so that he will identify himself with the Jewish community, become part of it and work for it. Our Bureau of Jewish Education, in its six years of operation, has helped to raise the level .if Jewish education in the Hebrew sch IOIS and to stimulate enrollments. Through the bureau, the Federation provided over 100 free scholarships to a number of children whose parents were-unable to pay the school tuition. % %  : this assistance was limited, it helped some schools to operate with proper standards, which would not have been possible otherwise. The bureau also conduits a Hebrew High School and has inaugurated formal courses for adults. The bureau recognizes, however, that it must establish a much closer relationship with the Hebrew Schools in order to improve some conditions and strengthen the Jewish education program. Further clarification is needed in regard to providing free scholarships, to which some objections have been raised. Thjs indirect form of assistance to schools may have to be handled through a more forthright approach. Some study should also be made in regard to the opening of new Hebrew schools in the suburban areas. There is some question whether these schools can operate successfully with the limited enrollments they have, or whether it would be feasible to combinesuch schools. Planriiiip Activities To Continue /" 5711. These are the highlights in the activities of our social service agencies during the course of the sear, winch are helping to shape the spirit and life of our Jewish community. Ours is still a young and growing community. As in the case of all growing youngsters, we must continue to watch and | nurture the cultural, health, welfare and recreational services of our Jewish community, which are so essential to a balanced and society, along with our religious institutions and organ, izational work. This will continue to be the task of the Community Planning Department of Federation in the year 5711. as it has been in the past year 5710. COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Movers 802 W. DI LIDO DRIVE MIAMI ZlOMSl DISTBU T EXTENDS ITS BEST NEW YEAR WISHES AND GREETfMr* TO ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS C1LNG S L'SHONO TOVA TIKOSEVU HERMAN SIEGAL. President M. R. PENCE & C. C. PENCE EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL NORTHWEST AUTO SALES 2755 N. W. 36th Street Phone 89-5730 GREETINGS BRABLKY PLUMBING CO. P. O. Box 732 Hialeah. Florida ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 98-1516 W. A. SHEPARD BRADLEY GEISSINGER YlaJkfocui Smt&Wvfy and I until if Proudly Announce the Acquisition of the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 411 Ocean Drive Miami Beach Commencing October 1, 1950 ."./at. Lazar, Nathan Ginaburo, Louis Foi THE STRATH-HAVEN Six Story Luxury Structure • Games Room 100 Rooms with Private Baths Private Beaeh • Rooftop Solarium Outside Patio • Synagogue Spacious 200 Seat Dining Room Operating as a Strictly Kosher Hotel with rigid attention to Dietary Laws and approved by the outstanding Religious Bodies in the United States Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg and their childrenMr. Martin Lazar and Daughters, Frances Ann and Michelle Rae Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bear and Daughter, Rohan Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Fox and Son, Arthur Henry and Daughter, Rachelle Carey Wish All Their Friends a Happy New Year



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PAGE FORTY-SIX fiemstrnprk09rr FRIDAY, MWEMBERj, 135ft The Jewish Year In Sports (Continued from Page 35) basketball The big news of the basketball year was the double winning feat accomplished by the City College Beavers in capturing both the N.I.T. and the N.C.A.A. tournament. With such Jewish stalwarts as Ed Roman. Al Roth. Herb Cohen. Irwin Dambrot. Norm Mager. and Ron Nadell. the Beavers came out of a midseason slump to glide through both collegiate post-season tourneys. Others players who gained in stature among the college performers this past year were Eddie Gard. Abe Becker. Joel Kaufman. Art Goldberg of Duquesne. Al Rubenstein of Cincinnati. Al Goodlerner and Joe Post of Brooklvn. Al Stein and Bobby Reiss of Columbia. Among the pros Adolph Schayes was the spark plui; >>f the Syracuse Nats ;


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1 11 1 1 tjl IJUJJJJrrU?* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER? 1950 BRINGING AERONAUTICS TO ISRAEL By MEYER KLONSKY T.-.o internationally famous nautical experts, one a British-Jewish scientist, the other, an American-Jewish savant, are now joining forces to aid in the establishment of a new aero" hauflcal engineering department at The Haifa Technion. The American is Dr. Theodore von Karman. 10-year-old former n .*.ssr of Aeronautics and di^Hw in the United States to lecture at the University of MichCalifornia Institute of Technology. Maryland Institute of Fluid Mechanics and other \g American institutions. Dr. G jstein will depart after Rosh Hashona to take up residence 1 in Israel where he will assume : his duties as Professor of Applied Mathematisc at the Technion, and 1 in the capacity of Dean, plan, j build and staff the new Aeronautics Department. A Fellow of the British Royal i Society, Dr. Goldstein has been honored by many nations. In 1947 he delivered, the Wright Brothers lecture here. A classmate of Israeli Consul General Arthur Lourie at Cambridge University, Dr. Goldstein received the Israeli diplomat's public tribute at a meeting sponsored by the American Technion Society (June 22. 1950 at the Astor Hotel). Mr. Lourie credited him with influencing him in the direction of the Zionist movement. The new Aeronautics Department, roundjng out the Technion's five other branches for civil. mechanical. electrical, chemical engineering and architecture, which in addition to the Haifa Institute's Junior College known as the Technical High School, and the Nautical School, have brought it the appellation. the "MIT. West Point and Annapolis of Israel." will be built with the active sponsorship of the I government of Israel on an auxiliary campus being provided by the new state on the outskirts 1 of Haifa. It is expected that other Technion departments in need of | expansion will also be re-located there. The government will provide half of the $1,500,000 budget needed for the Aeronautics cen; ter. The American Technion Society is expected to raise the additional {pnds required. Dr. von Karman, a native of Hungary, has been an adviser of governments and scientific institutions located in various parts of the world. They have showered him with honors. From 1926-29 he served as a visiting professor successively in the United States, Japan, China and India. Since 1944 he has been chairman of the Advisory Board to the Commanding General of the U.S. Army (Continued on Page 58) NEW YEAR GREETINGS are herewith extended to our KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION the Spiritual Leader, Rabbi Ever and his famil Officers, Directors, Members and Ladies Auxilia As well as to all our friends in Greater Miami Y May this year bring the realization of all our hopes Complete redemption to our people and a solution to afflicted humanity. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR SHAW BROS. OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure Oil Company Products in SouthEastern Florida The Officers and Members of the Hialeah-Mlami Springs Jewish Community Center Extend best wishes for the New Year to the entire Jewish Community WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YFAD TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS BEN J. ENGLANDER 927 Lincoln Road INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 5812 TM I MIRACLE WEDGE Overhead Door Company of Miami, Inc. Miami 38, Florida SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION 7111 Biscayne Blvd. Telephone 78-5513 --•-—.Dr. Sydney Goldstein (left), British aeronautical expert, is greeted upon his arrival in the United States by Col. J. R. Elyachar. president of the American Technion Society. This fall. Dr. Goldsie:n will depart for Israel to assume duties as dean of the new Aeronautics Department at the Haifa Technion. OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR PACKARD MIAMI CO. 1730 N.E. 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SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 *Jewist FhrHi&r PAGE THIRTY-THREE Cover The "DP" Boats By HERSCHEL S. STEINHARDT For more than five years ships carrying Jewish displaced =rsons have been arriving regularly on the East, West, and ulf coasts of the United States. The survivors of Bergen Belsen. uschwitz, Dachau and Buchenwald have been arriving from e European DP camps, the Orient, and other out-of-the-way laces of the earth. Yiddish. The man is a rabbi. He's bringing Sefer Torahs and religious books he saved from the Nazis. \Vho are the displaced seeking new lif<' n America? A DP ship diking recently with several hundred Jewish DP's, and a total |cf 1.228 DP's of all faiths, offers |a typical picture. The newcomers include a young Ifiuple wnn married in a DP Icamp after liberation and are imLnigrating with their infant child; In father and son who hM out with [the "underground;" a young Iwoman who owes her life to her "Nordic" appearance: a young Iman who was one of the "skeleA mother and son wait for their baggage. A longshoreman deposits a case near them. The name on the case strikes your memory. Behrendt! You had seen the case record in the migration office of U.S.N.A. The Behrendt familyparents and son—had turned heaven and earth to flee Berlin in 1939. They tried every South American country, but were unable to raise the $5,000 deposit f0l nd _^.^ merl "lS,. S '"I required by those countries to assure that they would not become a public charge. Now, the family has been reduced to two— mother and son. A group of three refugees are having some difficulties with a customs inspector. The inspector %  the concentration camps; a Ivoungster whose parents—before Rhey were killed—had left him I with a Christian family, and a I doctor who was permitted to live. The first to disembark are unpanied children who are taken to a shelter maintained by the European-Jewish Children's Aid. an affiliate of United Service. children have relatives in America in most cases, and the EJCA will see them to their ition and supervise 'their ent. >ungsters wait on the children act as big sister. You see that %  : % %  the "hunted" fear and hesitate t i ask rhi ice is broken w hen asks a youngster why ndaged. how he was beatis in Bremen. A ends were forced lind because they. • aten. When asked the A :ean troops in oy shrugs his There are many A reporter approaches you. 'Say I thought these DP's didn't V'thing. Here's a man who ices of baggage." eck the belongings of the fiman and talk to him in wants to know whether they have any personal valuables to declare. However, they do not understand English and stand there confused. You ask the newcomers whether they have any personal valuables to declare, such as rings, diamonds, or jewelry? The immigrants understand. Without a moment's hesitation, they pull up their sleeves and show the tattooed numbers on their forearms. "We are from Auschwitz. We have nothing to declare but our lives. That's all we have saved and we are thankful for that." The customs inspector is deeply touched. "Hearing about what these people went through overseas is one thing, but seeing therri here is another," he remarks. A slim doctor passes through the barrier to be reunited with his "kid brother" who had fled his native Poland 30 years ago. The brothers kiss. They talk and you can hear the younger brother's voice: "I've got a small room. The agency will take care of you help you start your medical practice again. I'd like to help, but ." There is a young woman waiting at the U.S.N.A. booth. She seems a little confused. She has no one to meet her. She is assured that she is to be resettled in a New England community. However, there is still doubt on her face. How will she get there? Will they help her find work? When you tell her that she will be helped to find a home, work, and friends, her face relaxes. At last, she, too, "belongs." There is a family group of five. They had been in Russia during the war and have arrived under a U.S.N.A. agency assurance de(Continued on Page 45) HAPPY NEW YEAR FRANKLIN OPTICAL CO. 605 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S Ball and Chain BAR — RESTAURANT AND PACKAGE STORE Reasonable Prices OPEN UNTIL 5 A. M. 1513 S. W. 8th St. (Opposite Tower Theater) TO ALL GREETINGS Paul R. Stegeman JEWELER Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry "Fine Watch Repairing" 2304 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-6081 S?:AS0N'S GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenu* Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding Of All Jewelry HAPnv GORDON ,c ccn "Any r7IO SO %  ur H WEST % %  ,-. MIAMI 3 T f 3 3 *EAR! T P our many fr^nj,radm0nai ~ 9 o (theseasofi: %  r rf year! J ***** GORDON %  "DEDICATED T s o^-ir' s ^^ O F w



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D AY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 *JeistFk>ridiar \?.".\\\\\\\.\\\\\\'CZ 1 J I PAGE THIRTEEN | rU Mi Ifew^ Around iluWorld jggenBBBaaBanaaaaa lANKFURT, (JTA) — New p ,, y brutality at the tjuus P I sh concentration were unfolded (l,i S vvi k at the trial of Hubert Gomerski : icing sentenced nt and loss of I I [right.-. J .. i\cn the sentence I the Frankfurt I 0 | \ sizes ssid that le:.-k: leeds went beyond .in mind can j :m Col rski was convicted I n the mass shoot[of J' Witness after wittrial, told that ier with another i made a game of children by their rig them to their 5, Foi r inmates of the :o!ci how Gomerski would all ne r iws of terrified n their heads with iter can. unsel. a .Dr. | unced his right to g a fina a, declaring that |u!d bi insl his principles. %  old the ci urt that his attiF*'o? "tl %  of a German tied of the fact that these deeds were committed by people speaking my language." MUNICH. f JTAT-The Council of Jewish Communities, on the occasion of the "Day of Fight Against Inhumanity." which takes place this year September 10, issued a statement this declaring that "five years after the end of the end of the war the world is far from realizing that the Jewish people lost 6,000.000 souls." The statement adds that it is "incomprehensible that the Allied decided to free the Nazi war criminals." Philip Auerbach, president of the Bavarian Indemnification Office, has dedicated 11 cemeteries for Nazi concentration camp victims, it was announced here this week. Variety Keynotes Community .Series l.0-.>l Slate ALL CUR FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY N YEAR MS JITFFfi PFE AUCTION OUTLET Ml N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-8973 JERUSALEM. (JTA)—The appointment of Zemakh Hyman as economic adviser to the Washington Embassy, succeeding Zemakh Vitkin who is returning to Israel, was officially announced here. Announcement was also made that Dr. Yaacov Aharon Brin has been named economic counsellor in London, replacing E. F. Shinnar. Orfeo Hispanico Choral Group "The moral and material aid which individual Americans and our government give now to the Republic of Israel represents an investment in humanity and also in the future of the ideals of freedom and peace for which ah mankind is striving. "It is my firm belief that the United Jewish Appeal desi not only the sympathy and interest, but the most generous support of Americans of all faiths."— Senator Robert A. Taft. REE %  an THRIFT Airways 1433 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Phone 58-2242 leservations Phone 58-22421 |cago :*.7 I New York 34.71 and all other low fare points $ |>1R. and MRS. SAM SEITLIN daughters Barbara Judith and Harriette Marsha EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL Featuring a slate distinguished Group from the island of Maiorca amiVffcomlunW' r he ^ V "* US n*JX& -like that ami Beach Community Concert of anv chorus the concert world ieachN S MH n A 0, 'w,u by S' %S! "S-^" kn0W "' "**S the Beach YMHA will open its fifth ordinary working people of this SSSS Yl v the b^'^nt young little Mediterranean, tafand the nnn spirituality that M„n,,\„ f ev \.^ laml Beach has impressed both artists and Wkb£i P 3 i Auditori u !" 1700 critics. Among the first to recognWashington Ave. ; ze their superb quality was A rlu. Also scheduled to apepar in the Rubenstein. who, while appearing series are the famed Orfeo Hiswith them at a festival in Majorca, panico Choral Group from the declared their performance "an island of Majorca, December 26; emotional and hauntingly beautiViolinist Norman Carol. January Iu experience." Tw !" r n We jdman and his Another young artist said to be 'Sfrv ?a nH% C mpan c' Feb ? e8tined for n !" """ 1 greatness nZSZ M an d „„ S P rano Suzanne is twenty-two year old Norman TK„C, r u Caro1 This Philadelphia born The selection committee has exviolinist, like Lsszlo. made his pressed its confidence that this debut at the age of nine and years concert fare will provide since then has appeared with the rnusicgoers with a well rounded leading symphony orchestras as slate of established artists and soloist. Of his New York debut newcomers. the Tin* said, 'This recital mus' Child Prodigy Laszlo appeared S on record as one of the finest as a soloist with the Budapest heard from any new young a I Philharmonic at the age of nine. Christian Science Monitor noted. Competing against 500 artists "Received an ovation, his playing trom 40 countries at the Interwa mature, impressive and exnational Music Competition at citing." Geneva he won the grand prize. The Charles Weidman Dance His debut in New \ork at the age Company has acquired an inte of fifteen drew this comment from national reputation as the leading .'2.1 HeraJd Tribune reviewer, exponent of modern dance satire. I he most remarkable young Considered the greatest humorist pianist encountered by this rein modern dance Weidman taught viewer in twenty years of music." famous dancers. Jack Cole and The Orfeo Hispanico Choral Jose Limon. The Los Angeles Times in commenting on the performance says. "They bring us an American art expression that has the spice of humor and dignitj of truth." Recognized throughout Europe for her artistry, soprano Suza.ine Errin Laszlo Danco will i ppear in America lor the first time during the 1950-51 season. Her recordings have preceded her and the Saturday Review of Literature wrote of her "superb purity of voice." SIIU0RV BAKE SHOP Announces the Reopening Thursday Sept. 7th under th original ownership of Mr. and Mrs. I. Fischer with the finest and best baked goods 1684 Alton Road Miami Beach AU Our Baking Is Done On the Premises Mr. and Mrs. Fischer Wish All Their Friends and Patrons • Happy and Prosperous New Year Charles Weidman Dance Company KINDERGARTEN" RRE-SCHOOL Inquiries Invited Open for Registration "PLAY WITH A PURPOSE" Unusual set-up; outdor pods; train; boalroom DR. AND MRS. HERMAN R. MECHLOWTTZ PHYLLIS DEE AND MARTIN LEON 4545 Adams Avenue. Miami Beach WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR [Wi School ^slpr 1010 West Ave. MIAMI IEACH Phone: 50606 SEASON'S GREETINGS RIP APARTMENTS 622 15th Street. Miami Beach



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PAGE EIGHTY-SIX *Je*hf£ f/cridfiar? FRIDAY. SEPTEMRm „ : i I Hade County Newsdealers Supply Co. "Between You And Me ED. PETHY. Gen. Mgr. 142 N. W. 1st Court Miami 17, Florida READ A MAGAZINE TONIGHT P. O. Box 2769 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROSE PLUMBING COMPANY DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE CONTRACTING REPAIRS Phone 89-7747 2765 N. W. 79th Street BANKS ROSE Miami 38. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. AND MRS. DAVID STUZIN GREETINGS FROM SIC KI SOPHIA DONNA MALVIN i:\4.l.AMIIIC HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIDE REALTOR 9513 Harding Avtnue PHONE 86-1466 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Loeb & Gottfried RED ROAD. HIALEAH Phone 88-2255 SEASON'S GREETING SURFSIDE DRUG & LIQUOR CO. 9500 HARDING AVENUE SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM DWYEITS METAL SHOP 1329 N.W. 74th Street p hone ^^ HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ISRAEL MOODS: L^Shonah Tovah! The concluding Jewish year has cemented the position of Israel internally and among nations of the world despite economic difficulties Now the leaders of the Israel government are planning to advance stability in the country by instituting certain changes in the Cabinet Members of the Cabinet who are slated to be replaced are: Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor; David Remez, Minister of Communications, and i Pinhas Rosen, Mister of Justice Dr. Bernard Joseph will remain Minister of Supply, but all economic functions which he aslumed in 1949 in the wake of rationing, will be taken away from him The Ministry of Trade, lately held "in trust" by Finance Minister Eliezer Kaplan, and the Ministry of Agriculture, held "in trust" by Dr. Joseph, will go to new Ministers The Health Ministry, too, "managed" ] by Moshe Shapira, Minister of Immigration, will have a new Minister Slated for appointment are first of all D. Z. Pinhas, I the Mizrachi chairman of the allimportant finance committee of the Israel Parliament ... He may get the Trade Ministry Pinhas Lubianiker, secretary-general of the Histadrut. is certain to become Minister of Labor, if he agrees j. Also mentioned for the post is Abba Hushi, leader of Israel's Labor Party in Haifa Premier Ben Gurion has been endeavoring to widen his government, offering Cabinet posts to the General Zionists and to the left-wing Mapam Socialists However, his attempts in this respect have failed Since then, there have I been three reasons for the delay in making necessary Cabinet! changes on the present coalition basis First, a desire to avoid upsetting the present delicate coalition balance within the Cabinet .. Second, a personal reluctance on the part of the Premier to drop old friends, especially of his own party Third, inability to decide who is good enough to rise to Cabinet level... However, attention to the forthcoming Cabinet changes has nowbeen given with a view to effecting them before the summer is over. • DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: The concluding year was marked by a tendency on the part of American Jewish organizations to move more and more toward centralization of activities The most recent step in this direction was made by the major Jewish groups affiliated with the National Community Relations Advisory Council Instead of each organization issuing a separate statement on such issues as Korea, immigration, legislation, and other important national problems, they all agreed to make these statements jointly through the N.C.R.A.C. This kind of centralization, naturally, adds weight to the statements issued (Continued on Page 91) A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HERMAN GOLDRERGER 1 (Fox the Past Four Years with the Perm-Way Market) oithe j NORMANDY KOSHER MARKET 1171 S. Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach Free Delivery Excellent Serv Phone 86-6551 THE FINEST OF KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY ice TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MOE BROWARNIK of the Miami Beaeh Athletie Club 420 Lincoln Road A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. E. •!. Baskind and FAMILY NEW YEAR GREETSINGS SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 NX 26th Street Phone 2-5365 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. JOSEPH COHEN 27TH STREET HIALEAH MARKOWITZ BROS., INC. PLUMBERS 5600 N. E. 4th Avenue PHONE 89-2411 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors 1827 Purdy Ave. — Phone 58-4325 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA GREETINGS CARSOX'S MOTOR I\\ AUTO REPAIRS Phone 2-3586 502 N. E. 2nd Avenue REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS Merchandise Food Factors 55 N. E. 24th Street MORRIS L W. AL LEON GREEN For Reel and Relaxation At Your Favorite Furniture Store Phone 82-8416 AIR-VUE VENETIAN WINDOWS AND DOORS AIR-YUE PRODUCTS CORP. S. G. LOEWENTHAL 1776 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 35. Florida E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel and son Marvin San ford Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Greenberg and Daughter Extend Best Wishes to All for A HAPPY, JOYOUS NEW YEAR



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[FWDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1950 +Jew!st Meridian PAGE SEVENTY-NINE "CREETI N-G S CONGDON'S HARDWARE HARDWARE—HOUSEWARES n PAINT — GLASS SPORTING GOODS 601 S. W. 44th Court PHONE 48-6484 Miami IBeueh rii< k ini<*al Co. ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS [Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Supplies Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 |824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS Neturei Karta The Troublemaking Set in Israel (Continued from Page 77) pose. Firemen coming to the reg: cue of Holy Scrolls from a burnI ing synagogue were also rebuked | for this profanation of the Sab_ ; bath and pelted with stones. Neuteri Karta naturally did not — comply with the new law requirA MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR '"* a Beneral registration of | children studying in schools not supervised by the state although they had been promised that children registered as attending their cheders would be considered as enrolled in approved schools. Their stubbornness in this respect affects several thousand Jerusalem children. The government has meanwhile extended the regisration period in order to find a compromise notwithstanding the fact that these institutions teach no or almost no secular subjects Against the transfer of an orphanage to the Agudah controlled school system, after it had been administered by Neturei Karta I sympathizers in a fashion which occasioned a public enquiry, they staged a sit-in strike which forced i the resignation of those trustees who had approved the transfer. In spite of all this the government of Israel has not touched these people at all, and nothing came of rumor that they would be transferred somewhere else or that their organization would be declared illegal because it endangers peace and order in a very sensitive sector. It is deemed unwise to help them achieve martyrdom, as they are few, are decreasing, and have little influence outside their own closed circle. Instead even military vehicles supplying frontline posts were instructed to avoid their quarter, but since troops do not observe much instructions too punctiliously clashes occur again, and again. They put the Israel police in the very disagreeable position of having to use force against persons addicted to passive resistance only and to arrest and transport in vehicles on Sabbath zealots involved in brawls for the enforcement of Sabbath observTO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. & Mrs. Saul Greiff & Family 5833 Devonshire Blvd. Mr. .-mil Mrs. Sol kahlenberg 806 6th St.. Miami Beach Wish their many friends and I customers a Happy New Year PHONE 58-4577 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR lush man Motor Spooler SALES OF MIAMI Sales and Service 2175 S.W. 1st St. Phone 3-3480 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR II 1 T 41 X E PHOTO SERVICE 736 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5822 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ^ew Venetian Hotel 230 31st Street Miami Beach GREETINGS! Ferguson and >M ormiek Clinic 320 S.E. 1st Avenue I TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND ACQUAINTANCES MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr.AUr* W, II. Held* 13 %  15th St. •lews Behind l In* ; I ron Curtain (Continued from Page 73) J their furniture and valuables in order to live at all, but also had in pay considerably more for their 1 maintenance than the average citizen. In the circumstances, it is hardly surprising that the com! m unit>, which even in 1945 was still quite a prosperous one, has become rapidly impoverished and ; is now on the verge of destitution. Its only hope is to get out of | Roumania, and to get out quickly. The on'y alternatives are death I from hunger or conscription for forced labor which is very ittle better. Chances of obtaining other kinds of employment are for the | majority negligible or nonexistent. With regard to the younger generation, the situation'is different, though scarcely better. Through strict indoctrination, constant propaganda, and persuasion someI times not entirely gentle, the! ( Roumanian authorities have done | their best to convert Jewish youth I I to Communism. The effort met : writh greater resistance than might have been expected under the circumstances. Though access to Zionist literature is a dangerous thing to attempt, some still manage to obtain it and read it. Attachment to Jewish cultural values has also proved an ob' stacle to the Roumanians. However, after two years of pressure, the battle is being inevitably lost. More and more Jewish school children are becoming fanatical i Communists, and it is feared, that! if no advantage is taken of the present opportunity to get them out of Roumania immediately, the rest will soon follow suit. The exact motives that have inspired Roumanians recent change of front in the question of Jewish emigration are difficult to fathom. Shortage of hard currency might well have been a major factor. The Roumanians are at present insisting that all Jews leaving for Israel have to travel in Roumanian ships. They receive fifty U. S. dollars per head for transport. This is a well-paying proposition for an Iron Curtain country. But most observers are agreed that the gates may be closed as rapidly and unexpectedly as they were opened. Almost all Roumanian Jews interrogated upon their arrival in Israel expressed their certainty that the embargo is likely to fall before the end of the year, and those who still have childer other relatives in Roumania were vehement in their demands that everything possible be done to get them out today rather than tomorrow, this week rather than next, its owner is an Orthodox Jew by' % % % %  %  %  % % %  i | The Roumanian immigration is HAPPY NEW YEAR Captain Al's I ish Market 2321 S.W. 17th Are. GREETINGS llollopeler & Poet, Ine. REAL ESTATE SALES & RENTALS 153 N.E. 3rd Street Phone 3-7376 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Dixie Fleet rie HARRY NOLAN P.O. Box 705 South Miami HAPPY NEW YEAR "if University of Miami CORAL GABLES The Year Dade I. ilieii Co.. %  ne. ance. When brought before an Wishinn Yn„ r^^ T„ I ,J Israel court because of some such Wishing You Good Luck, Good offence, Neturei Karta people l"nes and Much Happiness All often refuse to give their names | or otherwise participate in the proceedings in order not to "recognize Zionist jurisdiction." The result is usually a psychiatric enquiry and later on an additional convention for contempt of court. Meanwhile, Neturei Karta continues to threaten a shopkeeper in their district who dares to sell newspapers and books of which they disapprove. Attempts at buring that shop have already been made several times although 539 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 58-2264 Complete Wholesale Furnishers ior Hotels and Apartment Houses GREETINGS TO ALL Moore "GOOD SINCLAIR SERVICE" QUALITY OILS EXPERT LUBRICATION 7791 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 78-9314 TO ALL GREETINGS JOE'S OASIS BAR YOUR FRIENDLY BAR 701 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-8667 Miami Beach T 0 ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Kngel's Men's Shop WTEST IN MEN'S STREET 1 SPORTS CLOTHES" 301 Ponce De Leon Blvd. tables Ph. 4-6124 GREETINGS TO ALL o.j. Jensen L. G. Schreffler fNSULTING ENGINEERS 16 Building Miami all other standards. They also attempt to intimidate their less zealous neighbors of Mizrachi persuasion by threatening letters, breaking up assemblies and similar means. Although the Augdah in Jerusalem usually abets them, they rejected an Agudah request that they participate in municipal elections in order to strengthen the Orthodox representation. To them such conduct, or even simple non-interference with elections, would have been equivalent to "surrender to the Zionists." How unfriendly the world must look to such people can be gaugl (I by tiie reluctance with which they accepted, for the convenience of outsiders only, the European system of two dill groups of hours within every day. whose length is fixed by dividing the clay and night separately into twelve equal parts. Other problems occupying the attention of these latterday Saints include: Bare legs on I cinema posters advertising "Red Shoes," a film about ballet, called for covering with tar: Yeshiva students reject the signing of an agreement of their teachers with a local sickfund for their care, as j all these institutions are Zionist; four Shochetim were "excom-1 municated" and fowl slaughtered by them declared Treifa" because they accepted city salaries and thereby "recognized the rule of the state of Israel;" and. if a local story is to be believed, Netuerei. Karta men came to Tel Aviv to pray for the purification of the sea which, they had heard had been polluted by the presence of so many Godless people around —an original short-cut to a solution of 4his city's sewage problem. GREETINGS T O A L L JUDGE MARSHALL C. WISEHEART cmcuiT COURT Dade County Court House TO ALL OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Nwaini & Hridges "ASBESTOS SIDINGS 10529 N.W. 31st Ave. Phone 84-4584 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Jaek Moore Pan American Bank Building an enormous burden for Israel, but one that not a single Israeli would refuse to shoulder. I saddled with an enormous defense budget that is vital to its security. 1 has to accommodate an unexpected immigration of perhaps HO. 000 people from Iraq, as well as tens of thousands more from Ninth Africa and Persia. The people of Israel will be unable to provide tlie very minimum standard of living for vet another 7". iioo to iDO.ooo Roumanian J< unless they eceive • rable assistance from United Jewish Appeal. It is not only the I I that will have to be paid for in dollars —and this alone for an tion of 100.000 will amount to S5.000.000—there is a hard cuirency problem of some n in the cost of their resettlement and absorption. The total cost of absorbing the Roun: immigration alone, at the 1 :le standard of living, has been estimated as more than S40.090.000 The need is deseprate—delay is dangerous. In dealing with a country which has one of the worst anti-Semitic records in human history, no improvement on the present situation can be expected. No pity will be shown to the Jews, already robbed ol their livelihoods. If they cannot leave they will be left to die of hunger. The plight of the younger „ IM generation, hardly less tragic, can likewise only be ended by immediate emigration. And in both cases the accent must be on speed. Otherwise the old will perish and the young w.ill be lost forever to the democratic ideals of the West. I The gate is open today. Tomorrow it may be shut. TO ALL GREETINGS ( %  eorge C. Stembler GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS 226 Shoreland Building TO ALL GREETINGS Hush Distributing Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone 3-4623 GREETINGS llrunclage Hardwares YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" 2624 S.W. 8th St. — 4-2321 5920 N.E. 2nd Ave. — 7-1566 6204 N.W. 7th Ave. — 7-7774 MIAMI I



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR 9-JewisiJ fhridiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1950 Which Is The Way To Hell ?.. : d I'.v si idvr who nuked thai his name be ink! i|>toy addition a manifestation ofl imagination. We can acknowlj? general retrea" from religion, edge only those phenomena A carnival spirit, characterized by the substitution of neurosis [or sin, arose and swept the country (our parents inclu and everyone rushed headlong lly inward the deoi 1929. nor its appeal. If the need fo r a I dictum no longer exists, the dictum should be discarded. Whatever rules the universe— Automaton, Merciful God. Buddha—please grant us, your be" wildered children, peace ,, t mm j in the coming year! Herron Unveiling TWP mme? a time in eveivone's life when he feels the witn the advent of the thirties, philos0 phy t l^At !" :VZL an Aooloaia Pro Sua Vita; to share our parents were so preoccupied >, m ( dou which can be verified by our senses. What we do not see, we do not know, and hence can not believe. ...., &f „<. „„,• nro Tne dedication of ; monument We are not apostates, nor are fo t mcmory of tho ,., !" we n es. One can only de Her jj •?**£ '"'.. T LESS Sunday, September 10. at 2 Pl e to write an Apologia Pro Sua Vita; to share .he world of his mind and heart, so strangely and pecuharly cai p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating are Mll less proud to be Jewish Mrs Hormn is gur ^ ived g !" to sell. Moreover, bt all religions, we In exposing this private universe, I speak. I believe, for a large segment of the thinking Jewish young men and women between 25 and 35 now living in America today. Furthermore. I uncover a realm of ideas and beliefs that has not generally found its way into the schools; but our attendance was irregular, and a violin lesson or ballet session was deemed more significant. If we Oh. we're a realistic group Nobodv can short change us or pass oil any woden nickels, we t in thi days of bathtub gin. the shimmy and F. Scot: Fitzgerald; toughened by the depression; and sand papered ,th by the nation's leading p a ren ts, who,'poor deluded fools, universities. sincerely believed all this inland are pi"' tions. At the same time we dethe cultural lag that is wen j : manifested in the religion. In its it seems cluttered ^S^i W S£"^ t SSt winch'l.her add ,„ It, beautv Herbert N. Schwarz announces that Bert Sager has become associated with him and their law offices have been removed to Suite 810-11 Biscayne Building. American Jewish press. Our parents, most of them toe ible tom myrot Some of us • abit children of immigrants, had been entered a synagogue i ._•!.. /\vtiiiiiloV Who are we: Well, we inh vi y garage n i ionable bohomes. To them, the process o luced housbecoming real dyed-m-the-wooi, required the complete ,. : we bel MIA abandonment of their ancestors r.d many "fon ign religious in stringently Orthodox ritual, if %  ted good and lini •:< en y not eat them. Then in sub tion to he solemn k conrehgi I mgs and restricts i moke-filled [covenants of tl 'hood was. -&& jervings' toc^V\ R "'duss pattV es'. Mother^ OLD-FASHIONED Gefilte Fish KOSHER PIVl TIME SAVINGI Insist on the green ond yellow label buy it the MOST ECONOMICAL way .. world-honored recipe made from the choicest fresh-water fish ready to serve. From the spotless kitchens ol MOTHtrS FOOD MODUCTJ, INC., NEWARK. N. J. HI-GRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CO. 1733 N.W. Seventh Ave.. Miami, Fla., Miami 9-8456 r&a IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERBERT A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH HARRY KAPCHAN EXTENDS HIS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOOD MART — 8<-62'2ti 7440 COLLINS AVENUE since. We can attribute this condition, then, lo our parents' apathy; however, it was more than that. It was as much. I believe, the religious schools of the thirties. In retrospect, the schools seem like torture chambers with bespectacled taskmasters who took great delight in boxing a boy's ears or slapping his hands. Nothing that was learned therein could be integrated into our lives: and not much. I fear, was retained. (Teaching methods have improved greatly since then.) College did i otninj to enhance our religious values. All religions, we were taught, were man's answers to the vast and insuffrable unknown. Created by man .md not by a divinity or some supernatural force—they exist simply to comfort us in our hours oi distress. In our fraternity houses, we played poker and pint; pong, gave cocktail parties, participated in student polities and burned the midnight oil: but we found no place for religion in our lives— \ except perhaps as a topic of discussion for bull sessions—and j most of us looked with contempt on the religious institutions which flourished on the periphery of pus life. Of the fiO men in my fraternity. only a handful had been Bar Mitzvah As they looked hack on the occasion, most of them found the ri ci ption w! ich followed the : r more vivid and ble than the service it' ,1 the inhabitai is of nity 1 primi. a oi a I). n ysian thai bat serv• ee the nci For oi us, (; id's spokesman ved to be no parl i ly humoi ous i xpi ess "Go tell it to the chaplain." Wh truction, eems to deny, rathi r intiate, the existence Unfortunately, ours can not be a great affirmation of faith. I for we have no faith. We do not hold that the God of our fathers is any more real or valid than Christ, Mohammed. Buddha or the high-spirited band of Greek gods and goddesses who held levees on Mount Olympus. We recognize them all as products of man's glorious creative spirit and TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. JOSEPH COHEN, WILLIAM RUBIN and WILLIAM KLINE 27TH STREET HIALEAH MEAT DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON AVENUE FOOD CENTER 1051 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-6821 WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND THANKS YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE Sincerely SAM DEUTCH HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I l<>< Irnliix Corporation NOW LOCATED AT 1750 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3-8464 The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth announces the following as the ONLY live poultry markets and kosher butcher shops under its supervision on Miami Beach. Poultry Markets White Rose Market, Berman Bros., 87 Washington Ave. S. & H, Live Poultry Market, Elgison Bros., 320 Collins Ave. Guttman's Market, Guttman & Lapoi, 325 Collins Ave. Butcher Shops White Rose Market, H. Fedor, 87 Washington Ave. Empire Market, Henry Wolder, 204 First St. Weslchester Market. F. Woloder, 237 Collins Ave. Merlin's Market. N. Rubin, 320 Collins Ave. Guttman's Market, S. Guttman. 325 Collins Ave. National Market, B. Marshak, 424 Collins Ave. Sullivan County Market, Morris Heller. 418 Collins Ave. Sol Kohlenberg's Meat Market. 806 6th St. Michigan Food Center, Sam Serlin, 531 Michigan Ave. B. Deutch Hotel & Rest. Meat & Poultry Supply. 951 Collins Ct Washington Food Center, Sam Deutch. 1051 Washington Ave. Trachtenberg's Market, 1323 Washington Ave. Whitman's Market. Whitman & Pores. 1325 Washington Ave. Beach Food Center, Jack Pomerantz. 1421 Washington Ave. Penn-Way Market. Sam Melnick, 1447 Drexel Ave. Crown Market, L. Rakear, 1122 15th St. Community Food Center, Jerry Deutch & Al Levenson, 451 41st St. Normandy Market. H. Goldberger. 1171 Everglade concourse, Normandy Isle j The above are the ONLY shops GUARANTEED by the VW Hakashruth. These are supervised constantly and ***?5K ly by experienced supervisors to assure you of Tn KOSHER meat and poultry. We guarantee only such poultry as bears the BJC toot nng> These are proof of slaughter by recognized and supervi shochtim. ... The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth enters i twelfth year of REAL KASHRUTH SUPERVISION wishing m entire community a kosher, peaceful and happy New For any kashruth information, communicate with RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Executive Direcor MR. I. BRENNER. Kashruth Chairman 311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach — Pnn e 5-6150



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PAGE FORTY-FOUR vjenlst FkrH&r FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8.1950 What I Saw in Israel V oiinue I from Page 36) : .f welcoming every homerson who comes to your why Israel needs hinery, steel ana ber. horr.es and facial supplies and tents Yes • %  nl •' n< 5 '•' %  t you must United J Israel One of • •.•%  %  %  nd me you %  : %  Idren f 1 : fathers %  :. the he k II nly y • • :. • ingei ii %  ,-es h ingi : Ida i %  •'. md she % % %  a not thi And 1 ed I We cried because these children ours • • • yours and mine. v.". n America who are helping them to survive are their new parents. That's why we've got to stand by them. The entire State of Israel is a ive of activity. Evei y ;ne :s doing. butldmg something W you go. you see harnflving and saws buzzir.2 building, building. ing everywhere. Tl IT ; u ill pi -: up I beam a My eyes p >pi fe, but not I Israel. • On.if the test 1 Irive the road t i to en( a quickening t :. : it hard to the lump in y ;;.. %  %  • %  Hen Bibli %  %  H .. • %  Citj : D '. Soloi and Ji is ii itj that the y >ung %  % % %  % %  : %  the road to Jeru littered on both sides with burnt >ut trucks, mementoes of the voung Israelis who gave their; lives so that Jerusalem would not be destroyed. It is only when lh. city itself that you fully realize the unshakeable de: thes. people to future I i themselves. ; ...• dry. negli ct %  wasteland come to life again. Wh< e rocks "'• : ,ur re now .' %  %  (arms. You the %  h ,? r f, ver Sh r. \ alley. in ^e in the Jerusalem i. the N the ta) the si ek< epi r in Aviv, to the librarians in Jeru the longshoremen in Haifi to "'•> uf tne phony Orchest mgster behind the in the facimmigrant in his tent. I si • i Di Chaim Weizmann Isi lei's great and noble President. and with Israel*s dynamic Prime Minister. David Ben Gurion. I spoke with Mrs. G : la .'•! %  • rs n with members of binel .md with officei nd Navy. I spoke with people from all walks of life. liffer politically, but ne incentive in comn one reason for which they fought and for which so That reason, that ini mrs of Israel S be kept open for all those whi fie fi im persecution, and to all those who yearn for this new freedom and new democracy. The biggest job facing the Jews of America is to sharpen this incentive, to become a part of it, to join in keeping Israel's gates open through support of the United Jewish Appeal. That is the message I bring to you after seeing for myself what Israel is. what it's doing, and what it must do, with our help. Eddie Cantor. National Campaign Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, shown with Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President of Israel, at the Chief Executives home in Rehovoth. Mr. Cantor visited Dr. Weizmann during his recent mission to Israel to study the immigration and settlement needs that must be met there "throufV the United Jewish Appeal. Cantor, who is now devoting most ol his time to the UJA, also conferred withPrime Minister David Ben Gurion and with officers of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. ., ALL GOOD WISHES for the HOLIDAY H. H. LEWIN Real Estate Phone 3-5373 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue BEST WISHES" FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. H. Tail Accountant 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE I Ol I Mill \ BIKING COMPANY TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Advertising Display Service 10 S. W. 14th Avenue Phone 3-0922 SEASONS GREETINGS Marinda's Gift Shop Hand Painted Novelties Greeting Cards — Original Gifts 1009 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3581 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR To Jewry Everywhere y* "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Aeeocfcrtee ISCAYNE FRONTON YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-606Q WM. F. McCLASKEY MARINE SURVEYOR 343 S.W. North River Drive GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES P. O. Box 1788 Miami. Florida TO ALL ... 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO *Je*ism meridian I'll Say... July 30. I once had the privilege and pleasure of_ at'ending a seminar at the Hebrew Union College in" ncinnati. Prof. Jacob Marcus lectured on medieval Jewish History. A discussion arose as to why in the olden days Jews engaged in lending money at usurious interest rates. Didn't they understand the hazards of an exploitation that would ultimately bring on their own destruction? • edieval Jews In a brilliant lecture. Dr. Marcus explained that 1000 years ago the landed nobility were too proud and the masses too stupid to engage in trade. Coniiently "big business" in Central Europe was in the hands of Jews, who at that time were neither usurers nor money lenders. Many a nobleman had his castle mortgaged to a Jewish merchant. But a %  • tile middle class began to emerge. At the same time, a religious hysteria happened to sweep Europe. Monks began preaching a crusade against the Moslem ntrol of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem V sacres by Crusaders Crafty Knights and designing traders saw their : tunity. By eliminating the Jews, the debtor Id be rid of his creditor and the rising merchant :1 succeed to Jewish business. The Priests and -;s were given a buzz. Before fighting the infidel in Palestine, why not get rid of them at home. A • s of bloody massacres were staged throughout al Europe. The Jews of Germany and France • decimated. Entire communities disappeared. • n one of a family or two of a city survived. This the bloodiest experience Jews had known since lestruction of their temple 1000 years earlier. Pratical Effects effect of these wholesale murders was stagger. The accumulated Jewish wealth of centuries was or stolen. The survivors had to begin from :. They had no capital left for commerce, or •• higher grades of business. Their only recourse the "black market." And that was lending out • y in interest, a form of business outlawed to stians by the Church, and forbidden by the But since money lending was necessary to the gent • onomy "f the times, the authorities ated "usury" by Jews, who after all were already lost souls, with little concern about Papal maledictions. Their Spiritual Effects But the spiritual reaction was even worse. To the medieval Jew. a Gentile was simply a beast. In each Christian he saw the murderer of his father, the brute who bashed out his child's brains. It mattered little what interest he charged. It was no sin to skin a guy The athorachmim in the Sabbath service, written at that time, reflects the mood. He wanted neither the good will nor the good opinion of the contemptible idolater. Pretty soon the Messiah would appear, and all Jews would return in triumph to Eretz Yisroel. Meanwhile, he was out to cash in all he could. Repeated by Nazis That this tragedv should be reenacted in our own dav is indeed amazing. Even the pattern was similar. For in the 20th century. Jews occupied an important position in German business. They also had attained high places in the legal, medical, artistic, musical, literarv, and scientific fields. But when bad times came after World War I. it was simple logic that prompted the sixty-five million to drive out and destroy the half million. They took for themselves all Jewish wealth and stepped into the vacancies left bv the banished and the dead. How the insatiable biood lust reached out for more and more victims is familiar to every one. The Broken Remainder At home. I could not conceive of Jews remaining on the blood soaked soil. But on the scene, the solution is not so simple. The surviving German Jews are mostly an elderly folk, whose Gentile wives were largely responsible for their escaping death. In answer to my question, they asked where could they go? No longer productive, what foreign land wants to accept them? The task of Israel is staggering enough without their additional burden. Besides, the city governments, and various agencies, are paying them a monthly stipend. With additional help trom relatives abroad they are able to get along. But they complain bitterly about the ostjuden with their black market operations, as, after the First World War, they accuse the Polish Jew of bringing back antiSemitism. East European D.Ps. On the other hand, the D.Ps. out of enn !" camps, with indelible numbers on their r-. tio scornfully at these Yeckies. Why should, lau h operate on the black market, they ask It u hi ttle ? drive their own cars, or receive food narVaf 11 ? k [ the "Joint." "I am the sole survivor of a &f •/ ron >' 60," said a native of Hungary, with one arm ^', ly < ] thing we had was taken awav. The German %  something. Do they expect us to. be patriotic Xl here? The Yeckies want US To be" rn"ore lovafth'''"' 13 Germans themselves, who trade with us anri • ti whose cooperation the black market i'ust ZSSA function. As for anti-Semitism, who cares M good or bad opinion of Nazis? We will stav a i as we can pick up a dollar. Then we go to IsrstiT' use going as paupers. We've suffered too murh ready. With money we can help build up the iW A Beth Din at Hamburg 1 The speaker with two other D.P. speculators hJ come from Munich to Hamburg for a beth dm (if a Rabbihical court. The sum involved exceeded xn marks ($20,000). Yet they scorn to go befoT German court. The litigants argue passionately L I interrupt each other. Superficially, they seem • show little confidence in their judges whom th heckle and contradict. But once the Rabbis' dec* !" is handed down, they abide faithfully by its deciw i Fascinated, I sat watching the proceedings. Several years ago, these men were skeletons, broken in health and spirit, without a penny in the world Now the? are. litigating over large sums. In the heat and i excitement of the controversy, they appear to foreetheir broken lives, the murdered families their un" speakable suffering. Then I realized the stimulation that business and speculation gives them. I began to grasp Prof. Marcus' lecture and get some insight into the energy and vitality that explains in part the strange Jewish survival. The Munich black marketier speaks and feels like the money lender of 800 years ago. Both passed through a similar catastrophe. Both emerged out of blackest despair to build new lives for themselves and their group. Both carried on a tradition that refuses to be defeated even by defeat itself, Rosh SI.INIIOII.I Serviees Will Bo Hold For Service Personnel In Koroa Open from Rosh Hashonah Through Yom Kippur (American Plan) 11 Complete Days Cc—plete Holiday Services in AirCcnditioned Hall, Conducted by Noted New York Cantor Fi3Ml Strictly Kosher Food. Served in the Famous Victor Tradition Air Conditioned Dining Room end Lobby Air-Conditioned Rooms Available Flamed Entertainment and Television Ec:ly Reservations Necessary O .'.ner.Manager Joseph Waldman Phone 5-0041 THE ON THE OCEAN 12th ST. & OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH TUNE IN SIMON SEIDEN Station WFEC "220 on the Dial Friday 10:15 A M S 'day 2:30 P.M. Rosh Hashona services tot Jewish personnel with the American armed forces in Korea will be held Rosh Hashona eve and on both days of the Jewish New Year. Three Jewish chaplains in Korea and a fourth in Japan, utilizing materials and supplies furnished by the National Jewish Welfare Board, will conduct the High Holy Day services, the first to be held in a combat area since the end of World War II. Similar services arranged through JWB. the government' authorized agency for serving the i religious, welfare and morale i needs of Jews in the armed : forces, are being organized at all bases in the Pacific, occupied Europe and the United States. In this country, Jewish chaplains, local JWB armed se: vices committees and JWB held staff have planned for Rush Hashona obi servancea by youthful draftees away from IK. me for the first time, as well as National Guardsmen and reservists expected to arrive between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur at the 17 newlyreactivated reception and training centers. These preparations are in addition to JWB's n o rm a 1 Rosh Hashona activities carried out at 520 posts and veterans' hospitals by 200 local JWB armed services and vet,-rans' hospital committees, field staff and 2in full and part-time Jewish chaplains. Large quantities of prayei holiday leaflets, shi : prayer shawls, in addition to food supplies, have been shipped not only to Korea and the Far Easl but to all Pacific co t emb irkation points • hi i JWB I 11 h chaplains i rating at full capacity, as well as to I troops in transit. In all ports where the Navy : maintains facilities, religious supplies have been put aboard ships | which will be on the high seas during the holidays. Two hundred local JWB armed j services and serve-a-veterans' [ hospital committees and those affiliated with Veterans' Administration voluntary committees — numbering 25.000 volunteers — will join in a cooperative effort with Jewish chaplains and armed services staff to furnish on-post and community religious services. In addition, these groups will sponsor luncheons, dinners and "break-the-fast" suppers at the close of the Day of Atonement and have organized local community resources for home hospitality. They will also package and deliver to camps and veterans' hospitals a varieiy of holiday gifts, including food packages. JWB holiday plans include organization of services and hospitality for cadets at the U. S. Military. Naval and Merchant Marine Academies and for Israeli Merchant seamen who will be in American ports during the holidays. In addition to officiating in Korea and Japan. Jewish chaplains will also serve in the Philippines. Okinawa, Guam. Germany. Hawaii. Austria. Alaska and the West Indies. Chaplain Kalman Levitan, of Keesler Air Force Base. Biloxi, Miss., has been flown to Alaska for the holiday.-. while Chaplain Samuel Chomsky, JWB area chaplain on the wist • oast, will officiate in Hawaii. Services will also be offered at all major installations m the Caribbean, including posts in the Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. In those overseas areas where Jewish chaplains are not available, services will be conducted by JWB armed service committee chairmen or by specially trained servicemen. In Germany, religious services will be conducted by Jewish chaplains at the JWB servicemen centers in Heidelberg and Frankfurt. For patients at all veterans' hospitals—including those in isolated areas—local hospital committees and Veterans' Administration voluntary groups of the JWB have made plans for holiday as well as pre-holiday services. Ambulatory patients will be transported to religious services in community synagogues. Rabbis serving through JWB as part-time chaplains will recite bedside prayers for the bedridden in many veterans' hospitals. At other hospitals, recordings of the holiday services, furnished by JWB's Women's Organizations' Division. will be played over the hospital's j public address system JWB committees have packaged and ship ped large quantities of gifts veterans' hospitals and hav : planned luncheons, and breakthe-fast suppers. Yom Kippur Nite Dance| North Shore Jewish Cento hold a get-together dance fo\\wing Yom Kippur services on Thursday, September 21. at 8.30 p.m. at the National Hotel, Miami Beach. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Florence Pritt. Hostesses will be Gussie Glick. Betty Shalloway, Esther Lieberman, Ginger La-ky, Barbara Mayfair. Hilda Briskman | and Sylvia Acker. Admission will be free. A gold nuggest found in 18 weighed 157 pounds according to] the Encyclopaedia Britannica. RORERtS rmvilM. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN *Jenisi> fkridiar FRIDAY, SEP TEMBER t****.*****.*.*.***s.w.g = '.•.•.•.•.•.'.ra, Mrs. Brown Finds Her Way Back Bv B. S. TIG AY ^rTt T 'nm .wwv.f. .^ ^t'tm', -', -', -'.f.f Bernici Brown I in a the She was just not ist when it was madi I H k. ind st led F years n iw Mrs I n going to Shul her si el-i hed out on the High Holid •'•out a an nsolation that little dres Hei :..• %  • • %  for a wrinkled with concern as she ti But the humiliturm mine it al i is galling nevertl more closely. An exj of She would come early and take painful doubt spread ivei .'aguely hoping that the face as a .'. Mian's hat. n it of the owner would be courteous enough latest fashion, etched itself clearly I keej it Catching from nst the shadows. She wonthe corner of her fluttering eyedered again and again whether lids several pairs of admiring what she had done yesterday was eyes on her new hat. in the best so wise after all. Then she of taste and latest fashion, would stretched out her hand and picked compensate her for what invariaup a white printed card from the bly followed: Just as services bed table and scrutinized it inwere about to start and she would tently. She felt reassured. Yes. open her prayer book, some one it was worth the sacrifice. It had was sure to tap her gently on been a difficult decision to make, the shoulder and ask her to vacate It takes a great deal of courage the seat. Startled as though stuck to appear in Shul on the High by a pin point, she would flush. Holidays with last year's hat disrise hastily and humbly place gracing one's head. Throughout herself in standing room against Ml Brown's life such a breach the wall where you couldn't even of custom was unheard of. Wearreach out your hand to touch the made over hat >n Yom Tov Torah. as they solemnly carry it was like serving ordinary leftthrough the aisles. Yet. on the c vi on the sacred days. Neverother hand, the new hat got a -s. this tune it had to be better chance in that el. Tl no alternative, position to gather admiring Aft.. tying the holiday proviglanci %  : 'Thus it had gone on year after one half pound of h ney%  .,.,,. un til this vear a few days and chaleh—thi vasn't enough before Rosh Hashona, when it eft 1 ith a new hat came [(l her like a revelation, I and a ticket for Shul. t h a t she might try to make her; Mrs. Brown's life was a conold hat over and use the money tinual etween thus saved to buy a ticket. She i 1 and her needs, had gone to work on the old hat. nt policy, A twist here and a stretch there. her husband had left her. a piece of new ribbon, a fresh ri ing cost of flower and presto, here it was! Bi lid to Mrs Brown's Well, here it was. not shabby or everal anything, but the new look it ttcpipl holding on to certainly lacked. Then she had; a parl timi iob t" supplement begun weighing the matter more, hi intj • ne, bul as she carefully. A ticket or a new hat? would say, the littli able She had tried on several hats rn went for doctor bills to with the new look. They all set cure the ailments thai inoff her comeliness to advantage. king, So there The temptation was terrific and %  i do but to d rd she had almost succumbed. She Congregation Beth Tfilah 935 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH :-: FLORIDA Extends to you and yours best wishes for a Happy. Healthy & Prosperous \ew Year and Informs you that our Beloved Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Prominent speaker and renowned cantor knewn as The Yerushalmy Will conduct services and deliver the sermons during the High Holy Days ALL SEATS ARE RESERVED Those unable to purchase tickets should contact the Rabbi or the Seating Committee. Others may secure their tickets in the office oi the Synagogue every day and evening until 10 P M (Except Friday night and Saturday until after 7 P. M.) SCHEDULE FOR SERVICES September 11 Monday MINCHA SERVICES .... 6:15 P.M. September 12-13, Tuesday & Wednesday 530 P M September 12-13, Tuesday ullr .v markets that do not have the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth are NOT endorsed by your Vaad. __„ —•...*.•** u w nv/i i-iiuuist'u uy your vauu. iVm ,!!, rth R r v!E f T iat 0 u n £ onccrnin K Kashruth may be obtained by calling our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Phnnn


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PAGE SEVENTY Jm1st ncrk/lan FRIDAY. SEPTE MRrp Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise 608 S. W. 1st Avenue Extend Best Wishes to All Their Relatives and Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR It Is With Pleasure That I Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE The Shofar A Call To Unity and Harmony Bv JULIUS ROSEN THAL J. W. Baros & Family (Editor's note: Throughout the ages, the reedy wheeze of the Shofar has held an unequalled magnetic appeal for the Jewish people at the time of the High Holy Days. In this article, the author examines the source of this appeal and seeks to derive a message meaningful for our own times.) PHONE 2-4010 46 N. W. First Street JACOB SCHACHTER Director Jewish Musical Hour WTTT WED. & FRI. 1 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. SUN.. 10 A.M. to 11 A.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. GREETINGS A A A Sign Co. MAKERS OF SIGNS Silk Screen Process WINDOWS TRUCKS Walls Show Cards 1743 S.W. 8th St. Miami, FTa. Phone 9-6216 H. L. BERNARD : at High Holiday time it dares to : drown out the bugle. This year the shotar carries a message not only to the Jew. but to men of all faiths and especially the citizens of our own beloved United States, for people all over the world find themselves thrust into the posture of the Jew in F.xile. We live under a blanket of fear. Fear ejects a poisonous Tires Tubes Batteries Texaco Products Recharging JWfeyer Service .Station GREASING TIRE REPAIRS ACCESSORIES S. W. 8th St. and 27th Ave. Miami Phone 4-9206 GREETINGS Carolina A. Walbek REALTOR 1350 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-4896 Specialist in Homes lor You To the millions of men and j stream into the hearts and minds women who heard the crisp mili; f men. Terror is lauded as the tarv notes of the bugle in two j instrument for guiding and lead, World Wars, the Jewish shofar i ln 8 the world Fear and terror must seem an unlikelv instrument j are cla noned by the bugle call for the call to arms. Yet. scholars J of foIW a "d coercion. The bugle tell us that the ram's horn was; would assure us that we can used in ancient times for precise'rush ideas and ideals with bombs ly this martial purpose. Today. and jet-propelled missies. j the shofar continues to fulfill its Through all the dismay and I ancient function. Like the bugle, terrified stampeded cuts the it summons man to action. There ancient and piping voice of the is one vital difference. j shofar. to embolden men's hearts While other peoples were imand illuminate their understandproving the instrument for battle lne action, Israel's historical circumMany thoughtful and patriotic stances taught its people to transAmericans have shared the ap%  mute the call of the war horn, prehensions of Sen. Margaret I Today when bugles call to death Chase Smith, Henry Steel ComI —atomic, hydrogenic or biologic.: mager, and Arthur Schlesinger, i take your choice—the shofar Jr.. at the tactic of smear and calls for world unity and harintimidation which besmirches %  mony. our current scene. An America in The flare and flourish of the which !" en are not free to search bugle call arouses massed ranks f r and express their conception on the open field. It would be a %  of hl 8 h truth betokens the suiqueer bugle indeed that would cide of tne dream of Paine and be secretly sounded into a well Jefferson, of Lincoln and Frankto mute the sound from unfriendlm D Rosevelt. ly ears. Yet such was the mode j A country where men fear to of sounding the shofar in Spain, be radical, to seek a radical soof the Inquisition, according to | lution of the problems of racial Ibn Berga and other medieval au,' and economic injustice, is a sick thorities. We would hardly excountry, whose body erupts in pect to arouse men by furtively | sores and lesions. When men canraising the call behind locked | not trust their friends and must shutters, as Abraham Manin, I speak in guarded tones even to leader of Marrano congregation, | their closest ones, freedom is described the ceremony in mod-1 dead. em Terehan. But the Jew per-' Most tragically ironic of all sists in the conviction that, just the suppression of free thought as the glorious day of the Torah-1 and speech by force and fear gift was heralded by the still, kills the essence of the demo.-mall and somewhat wheezy cracy it purports to defend, and I voice of the tarn's horn, just so never, never succeeds in killing I win the even more glorious day ideas. i of redemption be announced bv T„ .K u J %  the shofar. On that day will the xhltSS? £ 2^ !" !&&' lost members be reassembled, the a n d H e s t thTT? trad,t, n scattered souls retrieved and the ,£? „ S h far speaks sweetness of eternal peace desgf.J !" ^"l^JT^ ""2 cend when men shall no more vf"1 '" !" f d eV Sp ? ln and learn and pursue the arts of war Yemen dnd all the muckholes of P„„. ,, s ar oppression of history. Conscience 5 !" a fe ar j" r 0U P. f can speak and it will be heard hBX? n"! t t d "I the lf refuses t0 vield t0 fe ar and i.idden places to hear the reterror quired notes. It would have been cling to the disguised candle" on ap n /',L shofar has a mesmothers yahrzeit and mentally p*?, „',!"** w t lll u l hear ll disavow the bread and wine of he" 1 ,," 0 !" 8 of the *CA. ha. communion? Whv not rio clear ,w ~ vo ,' ce wnen hc tclls of the smothering' blanket of fearCongress that words are more fear of the authorities: fear and lmp ,tanl ln a struggle for consuspicion of the spies in one's J^T than al ? guns or eve r> own midst" f od America has a story to tell Then the shofar cries It is IH T' 16, st r >\<* freedom redolent witr, the echoes of Li! a d democracy. "the words of ,.,.„.„....,,. ...u.-u __, ecnoes ? f P ast freedom are unpolluted by sup.--. centuries which refuse to be forD ort Outrunn( W nn .,._ < .... of reactionary regimes TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR f3SSS ES"^s:=' the heart. It is, for all its secretUnlfed States o !" Amlrf,?' n neness. a summons u'.iiec. states of America will It calls to courage m the face will be issuing shofar blasts which ii cans io courage in the face will confound enemies of liheriv 0<*<>an It I...lion I | SUSSh 2. SS B. CHIFF, Manager Phone 5-5897 334 Ocean Drive Miami Beach 39. Florida force. GREETINGS Gene KHK TOP SOIL — SAND — ROCK AND FILL Phone 87-0184 270 N.W. 60th Ave. Miami Thi P T p and power lhe bu 6' e b 'ast of dcstrucUon I. i; ar £*" r l another the people of the wor l d will only rce. It frightens the enemies close the shutters or repair to the 0 freedom. We can comprehend caves; quietly and secreUy thev its mystery for the Jew. linked will soun d the shofar in the by its voice tnrough space and depths of the well time, but whv are the Yemenite The k.. i_ %  Arabs, clearly ,n the major,? and < ToTah with lU^fe* ^ Will all the means of coercion ml .ft A Ten Command1 at hand, dismave !" bv its caU' rrf tk u^T ? Ut th stI 'dency Is it truly, as "the modern He SLSu b V g ,r? J or ll bea rs the brew writer, S. Yavnc.li snecu" ^? S f w God: He sha J ud e lates. because they "know about : ST", the nat nS and sha the King Messiahsof our T they Ihlu^Jll P60pleS J And lief that we will be redeemed.! plowshares an A" %  SW rdS W and thev are afraid-Ar. .*,„ ?i wsnar ? s ?"d their spears into "WE COVER THE EARTH" SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 1680 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-3359 SEASON'S GREETINGS Steel SI7 N. C 7I.T 5TREIT MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SAMUEL DUIfST MORRIS KHGB Tropicalites Cold (Jatnocto %  !Jwjtitinfj 445 N. Tr. 54th St. Phone 7-2904 BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.. ISTAiUSHID 1902 101 E. Flaglar St. Member: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS LLOYD D. LeMAN STUDIO SPECIALIST IN FORMAL AND CANDID WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS 233 Alhombra Circle Phone 4-2597 they are afraid? not sec bugle and the fl.-X „ &f K .w„ %  -. L Up s *. ord against nation. the bugle and the flash of the sword? ... Th s ', then is the b a"le cry of the shofar. It inspires determinaneither shall they learn war more." ion, any tion in theteetlTorp^ecut^ I eai&ke^a di!) r ^n a t n K d a hi,,f It confounds the rulers by force j age though ,! n y on the aver with the promise of its Klowine hf' hou S^. most are imperceptiideal. It is P persistent. Each vS5 SLiit^jS"! S J? the "ncycloEach yearjpaedia BntanniGREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR ACE LETTER SERVICE, INC. 116 N. E. 6th Street Phone 3-8486 Miami, Florida



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LmAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 195Q *J*i*t,fkririir, PAGE EIGHTY-NINE r^*******^**^***^*********)***^* Greetings A Happy New grant you evt. .,......„ --—-• j"-. >>-•"•" '-;""'"' %  %  '' %  "'" c "'; <"'" stiengm 01 tne Israeli r ew s di I on tne healtn and strength of the American Jews, and die American Jews depend on the greatness and democratic spirit of ^ United States. purl re, we have a great deal to teach the Israeli Jews We are r t going to turn the hands on the clock of time and levolul .ward. We have developed an American Judaism in %  which evi %  Jew of whatever shade of opinion and affiliation can land dot I nd place in the framework of the democratic ideal called "AMEKK' \ I vi e to --ay that it will take many decades, or perhaps centurii re the Israeli Jews will attain to the high stage of %  the Jews %  the United States. i hope of the Jews who are oppressed. The United igl pe of the world. a you in the coming year, and give you peace of Jmind. ealthy spirit to enjoy the gifts of America, and to [eontril %  .' %  good and fine humanitarian movement throughlout the % %  rid. \ cry sincerely. JACOB H. KAPLAN. President. Greater Miami and Florida Rabbinical Associations. "vigorously repudiate any sagg^stion or implication that they i are in exile." American Jews are attached to America, he stated, adding that for American Jews • America is the home where they are rooted and which they helped build, sharing its fruits and its destiny and believing in the American future as a democraticsociety. "If America fails." he said, "there will be no future for democracy anywhere in the world and the very existence of Israel %  viuld be problematical. "However, your statement. Mr. Premier, serves as unmistak %  -. %  evidence that the responsible leaders of Israel and the organizations connected with it fully unders/and that future relations between the American Jewish community and the state of Israel must be based on mutual respect of one another's feelings and needs and the preservation of the integrity of both communities a their institutions." Mr. Blaustein concluded. American Jews Owe Loyalty To. U. S. l(Continued fr m Previous Page) (condition: nd great sacrifice,'* he I said. ••[ am tified to say that the Ipeoplcwant democracy land will %  pt any dictatorship or: • anism from withI in or Mr. Blaustein (continued The vast majority of I American. Ji • recognizes the |necessit> -ability of ,helping to mak< Is ael a strong, reliable:^.: ipporting state for [Israel ; world's sake. We 1 will do all can to further incre