The Jewish Floridian

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:01234

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMbpp
Verne Volttt Die*
in San Vraneittvo
Three-Cent Pontage Fee On
Small \ew Year Cards
The Miami Post Office Depart- not sent with return addresses, a Word has been received by
ment has issued an announce- g^at number of them are never Mrs. Joseph Weiss . ., .. received as a result of postage Avenue, of the death in ban
ment which concerns the sending due the department states. send- Francisco of her son-in-law.
of Rosh Hashona greetings cards ers are aiso warned about cards Verne Folts. Mr. Folts. who was
through the United States mails. that are decorated in such a wav 46 vears of age. passed away
General practice is. the depart- as t0 form a -hump or which are following a heart attack on Sep-
ir.ent reports, to send cards in otherwise so uneven that thev tember 23rd. Shurbert Weiss,
unsealed envelopes for the regu- prevent stacking or tving in pack- I brother-in-law of the deceased,
lar 2-cent rate applied to third ages". These require additional left Miami by plane for Californ-
postage. as well. > to attend the services. The {
---------------------------------- widow is the former Pearl Weiss.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
bconomy Awamve to.
49 N. W. 6th ST. PH;2^
class mail. However, it warns,
all printed matter in envelopes
smaller than two and three-quar-
es by four will require
three-cent stamp becau-
their irregular size, rhey "pre-
vem ready facing and tying in
liavi* Enter* City
Com mission Kac*<
William P. -Bill" Davis. civic
LEGAL NOTICE
710 N. E. Mist ST.
bundles requiring individual leader and longtime Miamian.
:cuting throughout" qualified for the City Commis-
Sinee most greeting cards are sion race Monday morning with
more than 50 workers crowding
C:ty Clerk Frank L. Correll's
olfice to see him qualify.
Former head of the Civil Serv-
ice Commission. Davis has been
active in Miamicivic affairs for
26 years. During his seven-year
tenure or. the Civil Service Com-
mission, such city operation im-
provements as the classification
and pay plan, probst rating sys-
tem, office of city physician and
credit control plan for city em-
; tyees, were put into effect,
is a past commander of
the Harvey Seeds American Leg-
ion Post 29 and has served on
the P> .- B ard of Din I
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f the 40 and 8 Honor-
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HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL SANITARIUM
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DAY WORKERS S5 & FARE
COLORED MAIDS
PART TIVE OR FULL TIME
IN PRIVATE HOMES
SPECIALIZING
Hotel Maids Porters
Dishwashers
ACE EMPLOYMENT
'" v. E. 1st Ave Ph. 9-3607
No Ci-a-ge tc Employer
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 1439S--
JAMES CLINTON ROBERSON,
Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KI'ITH JEAN ROBERSON
P 0 l- v IM
Durham. N C
V. i-. i ...jnr ,- Uiswei to th- Hill of Complain!
upon plaintlffa attorney*, Kovaer a-
Mannbeimer. tM Lincoln Road. Miami
I Florida, and fll<> the original
in th.- office of thr Cleric of th.- i'ir-
cutt Court, n .: befnr.- thr gtnd i.i<-
of I'll..!..[. !*;.:. otherwise said Kill
:,ik-ri a* sflfaaaad *?>" you.
Dated "in.- list day of September,
E B LEATHBBMAN.
Clerk .f the Circuit Court
1 R II RICE, JR.
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
II >l Mil I I It
Candidate for Council, Worth Miami
___________________50RTH MIAJB
Mendelsohn's Strictly kos|, r
Restaurant*
41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach
Wishes the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
Open Daily from 4 to 9 Closed Saturdays ph \
old world Havor
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1951-1952
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knowledge and under3-.and;ng of every dl I
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inded by a.-, atmosphere of dignity and
peace, each funeral conducted in our two
complete funeral chapels u correct in every
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Memorial .Chapel
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TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
West Flagler &: 20th AveTT Phone 9-2G64
Miami Beach
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777-5-3355
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1 IN NEW YORK 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave.'
BROOKLYN ___ BRONX ) LONC ISLAND^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IS AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
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To All My Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
JAMES W. HIGH
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Your City Commission Candidate
45 N. W. 27th AVE.
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances,
It is With Pleasure I Extend Best Wishes for a
Most Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Yea
H. LESLIE QUIGG
Your City Commission Candidate
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144072
MARY HKI.I.KK rlaintlff.
HERMAN HELLER, Iwfendant.
V> HERMAN HELLER
::6" Urd Street
Astoria. Inc Inland. New Y.:k
1 ; ilred to serve 1 spy
of youi .ir,-.: to th. Kill ( Com-
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To All My Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
FRANK GABOR
Your Candidate For City Commission
PACIFIC BUILDING MIAMI, FLA.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
.l.i nits 1.. Jenkins
Your Hialeah Councilman
595 W. 16th ST.
HIALEAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
M. LEIBOVIT
nd Family
4726 Alton Road
Miami Beach
GREETINGS FROM
LOUIS OAKEN & FAMILY
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
DR. R. N. COMMINGS
OSTEOPATH
# andidate far Mayor
\orth Miami
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Your Vote and Support
Appreciated


)AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
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I'll Say...
ut the time when the powers above were de-
* t wnd George Washington into, our world
?e Jl the course of history, Samuel Nunez lived
ha g in on"the Tagus River in Lisbon, Portugal.
'i'thv head of a family, socially prominent, and
Mdan to the king, he had every reason to live
Jratcful contentment.
IRRANOS
-ulleauues envious of his position and success
hSw whispered that Dr. Nunez was after all but
SSw CHRISTIAN, even if his ancestors, who
c^inin 1492, had been saying mass, confessing
nrf receiving communion for more than two
Fnvy like its second cousin Jealousy,
^ni upon itself and growing into a green monster,
th'ms spread rumors about proscribed Jewish rites
I nricticed in some secret cell under his im-
fcffinda. Probably these tales reached the
f < of the Inquisition. One unsuspecting day,
*nies suddenly slithered into the living room.
,\?too "ate to hide the little Hebrew, books in
h hollow seats of chairs worked by springs. The
" H prayer books were cast into prison. On
iJ .bowing, suspects had been burned at Auto-
ppes for two centuries.
Iquisition
a miracle intervened. Either the king needed
ADvs dan. or the refreshing winds of 18th cen-
k- enlightenment (aufklaerung) were blowing
EL, the Spanish peninsula. Doctor and family
l off with mild sentence; two overseers of the
L office were stationed at the mansion on the
Eer front to supervise the behavior of the Nunez
'e|. Rut it must have been rather uncomfortable
Pliva in the shadow of two bigots holding the
''... of death or prison over their heads. The
Kor hatched up a scheme, which might lead to
ieration or the burning stake.
i/TF.RTAINMENTS
The Nunez family were accustomed to entertain
elaborate style. So it caused little surprise and
Uch comment among Lisbon s socialites for the
in-- physician to throw a gala dinner party. That
Knob* an English sea captain, with whom the
fctor had become chummey, invited the entire
L,lv several friends, and the two hounds of
L Inquisition to come aboard his ship. It was
lou4httul of the captain to entertain them with
Samuel Nunez: The First Doctor In Georgia
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
cocktails and English roast beef. And what relief
to escape the din and clatter of the officious servants
in their busy preparation for the evening banquet.
ESCAPE
While the party were exhilarating below, the
crew cleared the deck, unfurled the sails, and raised
the anchor. In a brisk wind, the boat glided out of
Lisbon harbor and sailed for England. The friendly
captain received the handsome gift of 1000 moidres
for his trouble. The refugees tarried away whatever
jewels and money they could secrete about their
persons without exciting suspicion. Dr. Nunez left
his mansion, his furniture, plate, and all possessions
accumulated in two centuries to the Holy Office
of the Inquisition.
THE LONDON COMMUNITY
The doctor found himself in the London com-
munity, which was rapidly succeeding and even
displacing Amsterdam as the center of world Jewry.
Its wealth and prestige were attracting destitute
Jews from Germany and Poland. But the proud
Hidalgoes did not relish the strain upon their philan-
thropy, at least not from lowly Ashkenazim. The
Sephardic leadership saw the possibility of getting
rid of their poor by utilizing the scheme of Jame9
Oglethorpe. The idealist General's idea was to .open
the jails and send the imprisoned debtors to start
a new life in the New World. King George had
granted the land between Carolina and Florida for
a new colony; Parliament voted 10,000 pounds for
the project; the Trustees for the Georgia colony
were soliciting donations from the wealthy or the
charitable.
OGLETHORPE'S PLAN
Collections did not come in so readly. So when
a letter was read at a Trustees' meeting from Da-
Costa, Salvador, and Suasso offering to raise money
in the Jewish community, the Board accepted grate-
fully The Jews collected a tidy sum but imposed
a condition. They merely requested that some of
their own coreligionists be permitted to sail with
the indigent debtors to colonize Georgia. What
audacity! Did they think Jews were better than
Catholics? The by-laws specifically excluded Pap-
ists. Barring out the Jews was simply overlooked.
Oturaged, the Trustees demanded back the com-
mission to raise funds. Try and get it was the Jew-
ish reply. In February, 1733, General Oglethorpe
landed his cargo of 116 settlers near the mouth of
the Savannah River.
JEWISH INTUITION
Several months later, a second ship docked at
Savannah harbor. On board were about 40 Jewish
settlers, without permission from the all powerful
Board. What could have induced the Jewish com-
mittee to charter a boat, knowing full well the
hostility of the Trustees? Why did the passengers
chance a long, perilous ocean voyage without proper
authorization? Perchance they banked on Gen. Ogle-
thorpe's idealism? Or did they simply play a hunch?
THE GOVERNORS DILEMMA
Governor Oglethorpe was disturbed and dis-
pleased. His first impulse was to send them all
back. It is unpleasant to quarrel with a Board,
whose sentiments he knew. To allow them to land
would be disobeying orders. But his better nature
asserted itself. Perhaps his common sense pointed
to the absurdity of barring immigrants from a vac-
ant land badly in need of colonists. He knew the
Spanish enemies in Florida looked with jaundiced
eyes upon an English colony settling on land they
claimed. Surrounded by Indian savages was the
tiny Savannah colony, whose very existence was
now threatened by a fatal epidemic.
HIS DECISION
A fatal epidemic! And the colony without a
single doctor! Need we look further for the motive
that swayed Gov. Oglethorpe when he heard that
the King of Portugal's physician was on the ship?
He decided to let all Jewish passengers land and
then ask of London to confirm his act. Evidently
it took little time to ascertain the value of his Jew-
ish colonists. Long before hearing from the Board,
he had already granted to some of them lands in
Savannah.
The instructions from London were unfavorable.
The Trustees did not propose "to make a Jew's
colony of Georgia." The Governor ignored the orders
and replied that Jews were by no means a detriment
to the settlement. He also thanked publicly Dr.
Samuel Nunez for saving the plague stricken victims
of all denominations and stamping out the epidemic.
For without the refugee from Lisbon there might
not have been enough left to carry on Colonization
in Georgia.
MONTEREY
f OODCRAFTERS, Inc.
2035 W. Flaglar Street
PHONE 2-8335
Club St Casino Equipment
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
GREETINGS
Caroline A.
Walbek
REALTOR
1350 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 4-4896
Specialist in Homes for You
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144078
FLORENCE BTRBL YOINC.
Plaintiff
ai.kxandkr JAMBS YOUNG. Jr..
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALEXANDER JAMBB
YOl.'NU. Jr.
8116 -.'42110 Street
BeUeiwM, i"k island, n.y.
You. Al.KXANDKR .IAMKS Y> M,
JR., are heretoj notified thHi a Hilt of
Complaint for Divorce hit* been filed
liKaliiMt VOU, and you are required to
Ml-ve oopy "f JPOOr Answer or I'lead-
ini; to the Bill of Complaint on tftg
plaintiffs Attorney. ('HEKTM)F AND
KAI.ISH, and file Ihe original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the I lerk
of the Clnuit Court on or before the
ffitk day of October, IWI. K >"u,.taU
to do m>. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
IKISK AND tUlDKKED at Miami.
Honda, this MlB day of September
A.D. L*51.
R. B. I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Heal) __.__
Bv M. C. FEIC.B.
Deputy Clitk.
CIIKRTKOF AND KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-10 Olympia BldR.
Miami. Florida.
g/28 id'5-12-19 ____.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144035
RAYMOND FRANK CIAI.IA).^^
vs.
C \THERINE GAI.I.O. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. CATHERINE GALLO, MBMt
Second Street. Brooklyn. Ne* York,
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the BUI of Complaint foi
Divorce on Plaintiffs attorney. HAR-
OLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
this Court on or before October 2...
1951, otherwise a Decree Pro < onfesso
will be entered against you. I
Dated September -'<. 19.;1
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
liv ll. II. RICI-. Jit-.
Deputy Clerk
9/28 10/.1-12-19 __________
GREETINGS!
The Officers, Board Members, Rabbi, Cantor
and Sexton
of
CONGREGATION III I' JACOB
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."
To All Greetings
WESTERN MEAT CO., M\C.
WHOLESALE HOME FREEZE
2122 N. W. 7th AVE. MIAMI
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
I. A. DURBIN
and FAMILY
4365 N. Bay Road
Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
m
MR. and MRS. HERBERT SIIKB
KENNY and ARTHUR
2111 S.W. 21st Street
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN MANOS
MIAMI COAL A OIL CO.
11M N. W. 21st TERRACE MIAMI
BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHY. HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR .
MR. & MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS
AND FAMILY
1650 S. W. 21* STREET
BREAKSTONE'S
producers of
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A HAPPY AND
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
* Jewish fhrldHar
PAGE 5 A'
Personally Speaking
Leon Schiff. 5940 S.W. 5th Terrace, choir director of the
|h David Synagogue, is home from the Jackson Memorial
pital where he was confined with a compound leg fracture.
* *
Mrs. S. Bass has recently moved from her 12th Street
ir'ment to new quarters at 1252 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. H. H. Farr is recuperating at his home, 4114 Pinetree
,e following a serious illness.
* *
Mrs. Frances Rubin of the Nautilus Hotel, Miami Beach,
returned to the city after attending the Hadassah Conven-
in Atlantic City. While North, she visited friends in Scars-
e New York, and in Springfield, Massachusetts.
* *
A son, Alan Barry, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael
tunstein, 2437 S.W. 13th Street, a week ago Wednesday, at
ml Sinai. Rev. Abraham Seif will officiate at the Bris.
*. +
Away since June 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaw, 4344
/. 7th Street, will return from visiting their children in New
-helle and Flatbush, New York, shortly after the Holidays.
* *
Miss Anyuta Melicov and her mother are spending part
[their summer vacation at Grossinger's in Ferndale, New
He. and expect to be home mid October.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul I. Kenholz and daughter, Helene, have
urned from an extended vacation trip in New York. They
at home at 2928 Coconut Grove Drive.
* 4f *
lust returned from a vacation trip in the North are Mr. and
Nat Blumberg, 1285 S.W. 19th Terrace.
* *
Pvt. Alvin Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, 65
/. 28th Road, is home on furlough. Pvt. Schwartz is a grad-
ke oi the University of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman of 2230 S.W. 21st Avenue,
jmi, have just returned home from a two-month stay in Flint,
:higan. Their daughter, Bess Lande, joined them for the
irn trip.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, 735 14th Place, Miami Beach,
for St. Louis where they will spend the High Holy Days
their parents, Mrs. Rose Eisenstein and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Before returning home on November 1st, they will visit
:ago and St. Paul, combining business and pleasure.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler have returned to their home,
13 10th Street, Miami Beach, following a three-month stay
[South Fallsburgh, New York.
* *
After spending the summer at home with his parents, Mr.
Mrs. Jerome Kimball. 215 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Sanford Kim-
has returned to his sophomore year in the pre-medical
dool at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. While attending
De Molay conclave in Key West this summer, he was ap-
finted senior warden. He is also a member of the Emory
piel Association board.
* *
Miss Shirley Alperstein o.f 7130 Carlyle Avenue, just re-
ied from a three-week trip which included stopovers at
^atemala, Chichicastenango, Mexico City, Guadalajara, and
Jose Purura.
Announcing
New Location of
Slide of (4e Vty
"Miami's only complete bridal service"
2801 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Phone 82-8041
Berliner and Bride
Travel In Canada
New York City's Temple
Ansche Chesed was the site of
marriage last September 2nd of
Miss Marilyn Morris and Mr.
Manfred J. Berliner. Rabbi Mor-
ris Kertzer assisted by Rabbi
Marvin Wiener, a friend of the I
bridegroom, performed the cere- j
mony.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and ;
Mrs. Melville Morris, New York
City, is a graduate of Huntei
College and attended New York
University's Graduate School.
Mr. Berliner, son of Mrs. Celia
Berliner and the late M. Jerome
Berliner, 541 Southwest 24th
Road, obtained his AB degree in
1946 from the University of Mi-
ami and an L. L. B. degree from
Betrothal Of Lona
Cohen Announced
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Miss Lona Cohen, to Mr.
Leonard A. Lubin, local attorney,
was announced today by Mr. and
Mrs. Hairy W. Cohen, 1580 Ever-
glades Concourse, Miami Beach.
Miss Cohen is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
Walsh School of Business
Science. She has been active lo-
cally in the newspaper and ad-
vertising fields.
Mr. Lubin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Lubin, 1406 Alton Court,
Miami Beach, also is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School. He
attended the University of Flor-
ida and received his Law degree
at the University of Miami. Dur-
ing World War II he served with
the armed forces overseas. Mr.
Lubin is vice-president of the
Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
an officer of the Miami Beach
Lodge of Knights of Pythias, a
member of the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge, the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation and the Florida Bar As-
sociation.
Both families have been resi-
dents of the Greater Miami area
for the past 30 years. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Mo|ii.-n Stud' >
Miss Lona Cohen
Mrs. Manfred J. Berliner
the same university three years
later. He is a member of the
Florida, Dade County and Miami
Beach Bar Associations, as well
as a member of Hibiscus Lodge
No. 275, F. & A. M.
Following the ceremony, the
gathering of relatives and friends
attended the reception dinner,
after which the couple left on a
honeymoon trip through Canada.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Superior Sheet Metal
Works
30 N. Miami Avenu.
PHONE 3-3163
Jewish Women's Council Opens Thrift
Workshop To Aid Displaced Persons
Nearly 200 Displaced Persons, weary and hopeless, have found
a home in Miami. After years of despair during which point of
view was destroyed and ambition reduced to a wretched fulfillment
of the meanest living needs, these persons have been integrated into
an active communal life.
Participating in the program needed to rehabilitate them, have
been three local organizations:! .. ,.
the Jewish Social Service Bureau Here' an old feeling of hatred
which gave guidance and funds, I for them and an inclination to
the Jewish Vocational Service j see them physically destroyed, it
which found positions for ap-1 js h d m b replaced by
prox.mately 1501 "hard-core" cas- friendl.ness, the will to teach
es and the National Council of and a tle toward
Jewish Women Miami Section. !, of ,f reliance and reSpect.
The National Council has been ,_,,,,. T r
aiding immigrants and new Already, local firms have been
Americans for many years, m made aware of these new citizen 5
establishing its service for for-' P>'ght and have demonstrated
eign born, it has opened an of- desire to aid the National
fice here for expediting immi- Council of Jewish Women in its
grants' personal problems, facil- program. The Maxwell Compa-
itating port and dock work and "v has contributed shelves and
assisting in preparation for citi- j "binete {ourJh%jJlh **%
zenship.
The Council found its adopted
problem cases suffering from
more than physical and emotion-
al starvation. Physical handicap,
lack of experience in American
ways, language difficulties and
loss of will, might alone, have
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
SIDNEY PEPPER
and FAMILY
1600 S.W. 16ih AvenueMiami
2 7 STORY
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Going Formal?
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styled, properly
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PHONE 48-2084
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MEN'S SHOP
2828 Ponca Do Lton Boulevard
Coral Gable*
Newman has donated a power
machine. Electric fixtures for
the store have been furnished
by Max Meisel of the Hallmark
Electric Company and Temple
Israel. The Miami Rug Company
and Lotspeich Flooring have do-
nated rugging and asphalt tile.
The Miami Fashion Council ha3
sent letters to all of its members,
urging their cooperation.
Civic-minded residents recog-
nizing the need to aid in the
rehabilitation of human beings
in the process of being reborn,
are asked to contribute household
articles, appliances, furniture,
clothing and toys any item,
which if not new, can be reno-
vated for resale. October 7th will
be known as Council Collection
Day. Mr. Herbert Scher, general
chairman of the project, has or-
ganized a volunteer fleet of
trucks and drivers who will call
at any address in this area to
collect these articles. Pickups
may be arranged by calling
3-6554 or 3-7475 from 9 a.m. unttt
5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays.
simplified the problem. What the
Miami Section of the Council
had especially to overcome was
an illusory uselessness their cas-
es had engendered. Met with a
genuine desire to be aided after
years of privation and suffer-
ing, the new citizens felt only
confusion. It became the goal of
the Couacil to rehabilitate them
and to convince local industry
and commerce of the desirability
of their charges.
In order to accomplish this end
and to expand its facilities for
aid, the Council in cooperation
with the other agencies, recently
leased more than 6,000 feet of
space at 2073 N.W. 7th Avenue.
Soon to be opened, it will be
known as the Council Thrift and
Workshop where training and vo-
cational guidance will be given I i^\,r.--r.-\.r d-ll: !">;
immigrants without the pressure JohannesburgI\abm rS?
of private enterprise and on a i Johannesburg (JTA) Rr.bju
non-competitive basis. The shop Isaac Kossowsky. rabbi oi the
will also provide on-the-job Transvaal Federation of Syr.a-
training while workers repair I gogues and head of the Be'h Dm,
and recondition articles later to | died her after a long illness. He
be sold in the retail Thrift Shop, was 74 years old.
The Jewish National Fund
Extends best wishes to all the members
of our community for
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS YEAR
J.N.F. Council
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Biseayne Laundry and Cleaners
Throughout The YearsService and Quality Cleaning
"ON THE BEACH"
231 11th Street Phone 5-0254
COMPLIMENTS OF
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers [
802 W. DI LIDO DRIVE


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
"Strictly Neighbors"
HELEN ALPERT
WHEE!
The world's full of wonderful peop.e!
Las* week's marry i? done with, a.-.n I.. be moving into my
new apartment this week*U became Id and Mr.- George Gi
man raced back from N.Y. State, to move out so I can move ID
Grossman :s manager of Fan and Bill's here, and applied >
efficiency to smooth out all anagJ I -" every oody s advantage.
FASHION SPOTLIGHT:
I' was a jammed week for the fashionab.e Out-of-town and
local buy bad over creative merchanaise trial
you'll be" wearing in a few months- In contrast with the Casa-
blanca 's mass showing was the Lusive cocktail party disc.
.e Reid line, solely ior buyers and the picked p:
st appreciate." came comments from
Florence Lat >wn dress shop on
41st Si and pioneer Florida merchant Charles Twain
- The DeJroonico Hotel showing just-1 r-
, _..-.- taw Mrs C. :: Ihe guest-rook
. was Carol Sunnett. in a slim black polka-do: tie -...-. Her
and Murray S nnett is the new Florida rep for the Reid .me
Their close friends included Sid Poller. Elsie Herman ar.d the Ben
Schneider.- Mean.- I Schneider where she got the stun-
I m klace I van-colored peasia
PEOPLE:
Enken is still trying to lure his aaughrer here from
persuasive bait using is, You can fish right
back door!" He sho' loves that Normand) u
Jgl
identaily, show-stooper at his club
thrilling inger Sandy Barton lately at Mother
Kellj
-insj Martha and Joe Lamer off for a Sunday at tne:r
- v. A Evvie and Eddie Blackman Eddie's
ne n '' of his McCoy's drive-in on the Trail
marly of Lumac's. is at the
Shop Da indy Blackman is growing cuter
Littli I | "-year-old Neal. son of M
berg Dadd tail photograpr.er for ESQUIRE
hot) iry at the Shore Club SAND IN
;- SH ent list attractive Pauline and Ben Her-
at Key West's Casa Marina.
VISITING:
Back Joseph P Zuckerman with
.; ;; [first st five years'back at the Bla -.
.:. i a ther i
it completed scenes of
' w York Friday,
At the South S Al Shi f Was
;- -..-. :.-. .-- He important public
relati r nsultant ji Sati Hi irt parti ularlj m movie
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
Betrothal Of Miss
Koch Announced
Ai nouncement is made by Mrs
Jennie Claire Koch of 2602 S W
Street. Miami, of the er.-
; r daughter. Bever-
ly Phyllis I Mr Ronald Victor
H n of Mr. and Mrs Emil
2355 Loyola Road. L'ni-

The bride was graduated '.: wa
the Uairersjty or Miami and .-.as
been associated with the Reading
Clini I lance Center at
Miami 1 >r the
three years She is past presi-
dent of the Sharet Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women and
it the pn e is historian-
report- r I the Men p
Council of B'nai B'rith Women.
She :. i as faculty mem-
ber of the Coral Gables J-
Center Sunday School dunne the
last year.
Mr. Gross was graduated from
Western Reserve University
Adelbert Colltge. where he was
a member of Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity A veteran of World
War II. he served with the Naval
Air Corps and is now president
I the Forest City Auto Parts
Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
The marriage will be held in
Florida. The couple will live in
Cleveland
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAH TO ALL
Jack Horwley
Your City Commission
Candidate
Lundy's Market
1435 Washington Ay.
WUh Thai, Fn.n(h *
Customers
A VERY HAPPY NEW ftl
A Special Wish for a
Happy New Year
CADILLAC
HOTEL
Managing Director
IRVING WETNBEBG
3925 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach
TO ALL A MOST HAPPv
HEW YEAR
Abe Danches
Formerly of Cleveland, 0. |
Sidney Harfenigi
of Miami Beach
Now at
Soui-lK-rii Poaltrrl
A Egg Market
Serving the Best in LiT,
and Dressed
Poultry Fresh Egg,
Phone 3-6028
1335 N. W. 7th Ay..
Morrison, Simon
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs. Marvin B. Maori-
I Birmingham. Alabama, an-
nounced the engagement last
week of her daughter. Joan Leh-
man, to George M. Simon, son of
Mr jnd Mrs. Sam Simon. 2021
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beacn
Miss Morrison studied at the
Modern School of Design. Boston
Mr Simon attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and is a gradu-
ate of the University of Miami
Best Wishes for a Prosperous
and Happy New Year
to all my Friends
and the Jewish Community
T
Fred B. Hartnett
2836 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
To All A Most Happy New Year
: i
FRANK J. MILLER
Candidate for Mayor, North Miami
'Your Vote and Support Apprvciatvti'
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
12385 N. E. 6th AVE. PHONE 89-6224
Double Bar Mitzvah To
Be Held At Beth David
A Douole Bar Mitzvah will take
place tomorrow. 9 a.m. at the
Beth David Synagogue. Sons of
Mr. and Mrs
Irving Spect-
or. 1022 S. W
12th Street,
and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis
Baron. 13 6 7
S. W. 1 9 t h
Street. Mor-
ris and Jos-
eph, will read
the Haftorah
and then ad-
dress the con-
gregation.
The two
Bar Mitzvahs.
are first cousins and were born
lays apart in the same hou
Both students at the Shenandoah
Junior High School, they are in
I 8th grade. Morris will con-
tinue his studies with Mr. Rosen -
krantz at the synagogue.
Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. S.
J Spec tor. 1824 Bnckell Avenue.
will attend the services and a re-
ception immediately following.
No formal invitations have been
I, and all friends ar.d rela-
tives are invited to be present
WILLIAM P. "Bill" DAVIS
CANDIDATE FOR CITY COMMISSION
Joseph Baron
TO ALL GREETINGS
AMERICAN TERRAZZ0 & TILE CO.
1915 N.W. Miami Court
Phone MM
GREETINGS
%
urdinps
The WORLD REBUILT
A True Story of Moral Re-Armament
Peter Howards inspiring, factual book about an idea that
has brought labor and management together for amicable
agreements. Read how Moral Re-Armament worked right
here in Miami to settle an Airline dispute. Read about
other big industries who are responding to this beneficial
idea. Paper-bound edition ... 1.00 cloth, bound 3.00.
Burdine's Books. Second Floor
GIXP ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 34113
GREETINGS
I a ill hi mi Cabinet Shop
Store Fixtures Bars Show Cases Office Partitions
PHONE 48 3432 .,
2734 S. W. 28th Lane Miami. FW*
N L'n ip of Louis E. Mayers. Clevi and. *
RE-OPENING SEPT. 27th
With a Full Line of Holiday Bakery Goods
CAKES COOKIES CHALAH
Mrs. Horn* ttakeru M
1171 S. W. 8th ST. PHONE H
Moms Spector
VENETIAN MARKET
Phone 2-5941
91 N. W. let Street


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aeli Soldiers Shot At
5 Aviv (JTA)Five Israeli
ers were wounded, three of
,, seriously, in an exchange of
with unknown attacker be-
en Sodom and Ein Hussub on
21. The official spokesman
i the attack was an ambsh and
Israel authorities are filing a
Lfl protest with the Israel-
Vn Mixed Armistice Com-
uon.
Cemetery Rededicated
Cologne, Germany JTA)
More than 1,000 people attended
a ceremony here re-dedicating the
Bocklemund Jewish cemetery.
German authorities had repaired
the burial place. Among those
participating in the rites were the
Mayor of this city, the local Arch-
bishop and other local community
leaders. The German radio broad-
cast the dedication service.
Swiss Jews Meatless
Zurich (JTA) Swiss Jews
arc finding it difficult to obtain
j Kosher meat supplies owing to
the French ban on the export of
meat and livestock to Switzer-
land. The Union of Swiss Jewish
Communities is considering pro
posals for obtaining kosher meat
from other countries. Ritual
slaughter (Shechita) was banned
in Switzerland in 1893.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the .in.I. i >ij;11. In
business under the rieiitiiius name of
111 STY PLUMBING CO., n..i Incor-
porated, in No. :is:'s g, \v 8th Street,
.Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said num.- with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of De.de County, Florida.
1USSKI.I, .1. SKIKERTH, Jr.
Til Kill kirk .1 BAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicant
21 Beybold Building, MiamU-Fta,
77-14-21-28 w
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKI'Kiiv OIVEN tt-t
the undersigned, desiring to encaw
la litislni'sH under the fictitious narno
of AI.I'M-A-I.imK IjOok HEAL CO.
(not inc.) at :i55 N. w. r,4th Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l lade County, Florida,
.NATHAN C. WAMiKIUi.
Sole Owner
AMI is HKNJAMIN
Attorney for Nathan c. Walliers;
9/7-14-21-28


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VTorh men's Circle To Show Movies
A movie night will be the .,
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1AMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
SEC. B
fefeture presentation of tbfcClub | """ "."' '"uoe'" ^"ZZ*
Workmt-'s Circle P''^'^-. Your Neighbor Cele-
i r-, u o j bratts a timely film about t'ne
Everglades
Branch 1050 on October 3rd at
9 p.m.
To be shown in the Lyceum.
1545 S.W. IN Street, the pro-
meaning of the High Holy Days,
and The Challenge, a study of
iife in the South.
Tuesdau Review
Organizes: Lists
Leeture Schedule
The Hadassahsponsored book
review program previously
known as the Friday Review,
will, beginning with November
6th, meet on the first and third
Tuesday of each month and be
known as the Tuesday Review,
Mrs. S. H. Leslie, chairman, an-
nnour.ced.
Following its premier gather-
ing, the group will convene on
the following dates: November
20th. December 4th, December
18th, January 3rd (Thursday),
January 15th. February 5th. Feb-
ruary 19th, March 4th. April 1st
and April 15th. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein will be book reviewer for
all of these dates at Temple Beth
Sholom, Chase Avenue and 41st
! Street. Miami Beach.
Registration Continues
Mr. Irving Sperling, president
|of the Israelite Center, 3198 S.W.
24th Teirace, has announced that
registration is still open for the
! Hebrew and Sunday Schools. Mrs.
Nathan Shenken, chairman of
; the school board, and other mem-
! ters of the board, are at the Cen-
ter weekdays after 3 p.m. to en-
roll applicants.
3S0 Lincoln Road
Suilt 302 Phon 5-5419
tnirancc on Washington Avt.
OCULISTS
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
fteach PTA Views
Students At Home
And in School
The first general meeting of
the Miami Beach Junior and Sen-
ior High School Parent Teachers
Association will be held Wednes-
day, October 3rd at 8 p.m.-in the
school auditorium.
The year's theme. Improving
Our Youth's Opportunity In
School, Community and Home,
will be highlighted during the
evening's proceedings. The pro-
gram is faculty sponsored and
will present the basis for a panel
discussion which Mr. Irvin W.
Katz, acting principal, will mod-
erate and in which twenty teach-
ers will participate.
Prior to the program, there
will be a brief business meeting,
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, president, an-
nounced.
HE RABBI and BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the
ST .MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community
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Jewish National
Fund To Be Made
Will Benefieiaries
Plans for the formation of a
nation-wide Lawyers Committee
for the Jewish National Fund,
land purchasing arm of Israel,
were announced recently by Ira
Hirschman. President of the Na-
tional Ussishkin League. The ob- I
jective of the committee which is \
headed by Herman L. Weisman,
firominent lawyer and Zionist
eader, will be to bring about the
inclusion of the Jewish National
Fund as a beneficiary in wills.
Mr. Hirschmann called the idea
"the most constructive and far-
sighted attempt to insure the fu-
ture worker with the Jewish Na- I
tional Fund in Israel a steady j
flow of income with which to j
purchase and reclaim land in
Israel for the hundreds of thous- j
ands of settlers to arrive there
in the years to come."
Mr. Weisman stated that large
numbers of wills are written an-
nually by the Jews of America,
and that the committee to be
formed would be presented with
factual data about the program
and responsibilities of the Jew-
ish National Fund to enable them
to recommend the inclusion of
the fund as one of the charitable
beneficiaries in wills.
TO ALL A HAPPY,
HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Peter Piper
CHILDREN'S CENTER
125 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 2-7540
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
TO SERVE YOUR
HOLIDAY NEEDS
Shochet on Premises
Wed.. Thurs. & FrL 'HI Noon
Guilford'g
Poultry Co.
101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami
Phon* 2-7808 8c 8-1938
We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage!
It is our privilege lo express
Our appreciation tc cui many
Friends lor their kind consideration
During the past yecr.
ll
We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STAFF OF
fj&rist Meridian
SELMA THOMPSON
MARTIN SPILKA
MARY SCHREBNiCK
FRED HOGARTH
WM. O. HOGARTH
MAX STORCH
BAREARA ATLANSKV
HELEN HAMILTON
MINNIE McWHORTER
LEO MINDLIN
JOSEPH SCHREBNICK
AL LO 2ITO
TOM BENNER. JR.
MEL CAMPBELL
HELEN ALPERT
BETTY TRAPNELL
HARRY S:WCNHOFF
GREETINGS
Trie President. Rabbi. Cantor.
Officers and Directors
of
^
i\ts Ststsrhoab
and the
parent teachers JWit
Extend to all their Members.
Worshippers and Friends
and Jewry at large
Best Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New Year
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER i
Flora Seltman Reelected Obituaries
Cantor
ABRAHAM SEIF
K-eselh Isiael Congregation
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CANTOR and MRS-
DAVID SILVERMAN
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
S. OKOUNEFF
and Family
126 S.W. 16th Ave.
wish the
President. Officers
and members of
CONGREGATION
BETH-EL
A Happy New Year
Flora St
S W. ... a; nrH KTR< "HK1M
23i I Avenue, w ,
elected to the on
f the *
Community Cent
T.-. n
Mi--/
Other M:"
ie Avick, vice pr
Arita Brenner, treasurer;
Ri.net Tub:, a,
tary: Miss Barbara Lazarus,
ponding secretary; Miss
Wilma Ganz. rr.embership chair-
man: Miss Lee Shtrman. chap-
lain Miss Jcanie Orlin. parha-
tarian; and Miss Janet
Greene, sergeant-at-arms.
Gables Group Informal
The Coral Gables Yourg Adults
Group will hold a Pre-season
Fling tomorrow evening at its
Center, 320 Palermo Avenue.
The informal affair will be
marked by checkered table cloths.
candles in wine bottles and sing-
ir.g waiters. Special invitations
are bung issued to returning
University of Miami students
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE
BETH TFILAH
S35 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Out Beloved Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Joespti E. flackovsky
Prominent Speaker and Renowned
Cantor Known as
THE YERUSHALMY
Wii] conduct serrices and deliver
the sermons
H ZA1DMAN NORMAN KAPLAN
President Vice President
Since the capacity of the synagogue is limited all
seats must be reserved. NO ONE will be admitted
without a ticket. Anyone who is ABSOLUTELY un-
able to pay for seats may obtain tickets free. Do
not fail to procure your tickets.
NO ADMISSION WITHOUT TICKETS
L'SHONA TOVA TIKASEVU
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A Hapzy and Prosperous New Year
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In Mt Nebo Cerocten
MRS JENNIE MOOCOWITZ
6i. *< MS Jeffereun Avenue.
away vived bj her hualiand. Harry, her
QOOrM Of Oakland. California,
ami her daughter. Mrs, BidnO) I
mi.ml. ..f Miami The remalna will be
aent by Uordi.n Funeral Home to New
fork to, aervtcea and Interment.
NAT BASS
.'. of ttl North Koat Mttl Street, died
Beptember (Ota and ia aurvlvrrt
1.} hit m-ifr. Grace, and dauKhter, Mra.
Eterei R 0 Of Miami Services
wen h.lrl at the Uordon Faneral
Home, Rabbi Mai Shapiro offici.itInn
Internment was at the Woodlawn!
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WILLIAM OORICK
10 N.W Kth Street, execu-
Uv< :r. asurer 01 the Rooaevwt The-
......I September Itnd He is
h.s wife. Winifred, ins
daughter, Joel and Brenda.
slater, Mlea Jennie Qorlck. H:s
......nt by "The Miami
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New Tori for .-
and internment.
First Lt. Herman Grayaon.
USAF. has just relumed from
Lowry Air Forea Base, Den-
ver. Colorado, where he grad-
uated from the Clatification
and Assignment school. Until
his recall to active duty with
the Air Force last January. Lt.
Grayson was engaged in Law
practice on Miami Beach. He
resides with his wife, tiro form-
er Vivian Cirlin. at 163 North
Shore Drive. Normandy Isle.
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if d uthti and in. The re-
maint n at Th< Miami Beach
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. and internment.
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tahters, Linda
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[iDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
jhbi Asher New
iraHota Leader
temple Beth Sholom of Sara-
f Florida, announces the ap-
kiment of Rabbi Joseph Asher
fes new sBM'itual 'eader.
abbi Asher is a newcomer to
country, having arrived in
ferica a little over three years
/from Australia. Educated in
lland. Rabbi Asher went to
Itralia in 1940 to serve with
[Australian Army. In 1945, he
I appoint^ Associate Rabbi at
hple Beth Israel in Melbourne,
I largest liberal synagogue in
itralia.
leave of absence from Mel-
,ne in 1947, Rabbi Asher tour-
western Germany on behalf of
[World Union for Progressive
Bism in order to re-habilitate
of the Jewish Communities
JcnistFkridi&n
\

Small To Be Present
At Palm Beach Meeting
Louis Small of .the Prudential
Insurance Company of America's
Los Angeles division, has been
elected to Represent his organiza-
tion's national convention which
will be held in Palm Beach's Bilt-
more Hotel on October 4th
through 6th.
Small has been an active work-
er in the Bonds for Israel drive.
His work in Zionist circles is
well known through his column
Speak Hebrew, which appears in
the B'nai B'rith Messenger and
because of his teaching at the
Religious School of the Beverly
Hills Temple Emanuel. He also
spent four years in Israel as a
correspondent for the British
service, Reuters.
PAGE 3 B
abbi Joseph Asher
Western Germany. That mis-
u>as sponsored by the British
|y. Rabbi Asher was the first
sary to deal with Jews out-
[the Displaced Persons Camps
he British and French Zones
jermany.
lb! i Asher came to this coun-
hte in HI48. Ho has travelled
jisively in this country, do-
(ost-graduate work at several
His most recent pulpit
[ at Oh an. New York, which
Rabbi Asher's first
irican pulpit. He is accom-
ed by his wife and two year
I son. They occupy a new
which the Jewish commun-
of Sarasota just completed
Hialeah Center Opens
Hebrew, Sunday Classes
The -Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center has
announced that Hebrew classes
have begun and are being held
every Tuesday and Thursday
from 3:30 to 5:45 p.m. under the
direction of Leon Heim.
Sunday School classes conven-
ed for the first time last Septem-
ber 23rd. Theyare under the di-
rection of the newly appointed
principal, Mr. Harold Herman.
Gables Women Tournies
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will hold a series of sea-
son card tournaments at the Mc-
Allister Hotel, Biscayne Boule-
vard, it has been announced.
On Thursday, October 4th, 8:30
p.m., the first contract bridge
tournament will be held. Canasta
and Gin Rummy tournies will
follow on October 11th and Oc-
tober 18th. The series will repeat
with a bridge tournament on
October 25th.
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FANNETH ARMS
APARTMENTS
7619 Abbott Are. Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Miami Hebrew Book Store
Featuring Religious Articles Israel Novelties
Jewish Record's Food Packages to Israel
|751 WASHINGTON AVENUE TEL. 58-6942
Rabbi Joseph Goldwurm, Prop.
Ideal Diet:
Holland Honey Cake
Fruited
or Plain
Basic to Living Longer
and Looking Younger
DeYicious
Nu\rWous
Heatth*u\
Made from ingredients, considered
healthful for ages: whole rye flour,
rich buttermilk and golden honey .
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
tory. Suitable for every meal or snack.
Wade from New 1951 Michigan Honey
Distributed by
Cochran Distributing Co.
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For fhe HIGH HGLY DAYS
Chaplain David Raab on
leave from his congregation,
T.-mple Sinai, Lake Charles,
Louisiana. He is Jewish Post
Chaplain for the Third Array's
Infantry Center at Fort Ben-
ning. Georgia.
MRS. SIDNEY H. PALMER.
President of the
MIAMI LADIES AUXILIARY
to the
JEWISH HOME FOR
THE AGED
Her Officers and Board of
Directors Wish to Express to
Their Members and Friends
Best Wishes for the New Year
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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PHONE 9-7933
To All A Happy New Year
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Complete Insurance Facilities
"Protection to Fit Your Risk"
PHONE 9-3426
920 duPont Building
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Joseph Hutner
BUYS and SELLS ACREAGE
1345 DREXEL AVE.
' IK.
WHnt
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Phone 58-4984


TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ETHEL
ALAN and GERI
and
HENRY S. GREENBAUM
Mortgage Future
llright Dade Loan
President States
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami, stat-
d recently that funds for home
mortgages are in sufficient sup-
ply to fill current needs.
Commenting on the availabil-
ity of such funds, Lipton said that
the savings inflow was great
enough to insure a. surplus for
mortgage allotment to qualified
persons. "However," he added,
"it is not posibble to predict to-
day the length of continuance of
present conditions in this type of .
business." World conditions, still
unknown plans for government
control and a change in direction
of flow of savings might cause an
immediate about-face in the
mortgage lending field.
Lipton felt that the present
availability of funds was indica-
tive of the fairly level keel of
busness at the precent time.
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Peter L.
Niles
City Commission
Candidate 4
A Happy New Year
from
THE I A Kits
3JOJ!
!W5
"MAY YOU Bl INSCRIBED fOR A GOOD rfAR"
As The New Year Approaches
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-wide Kashruth
Association of Greater Miami
An Affiliate Agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Advises the public that, in order to protect themselves
against misrepresentation and other problems in the field
of Kashruth, they must observe the following rules and
regulations:
Buying Public
i.
2.
3.
4.
Before you buy in any meat market, watch for the sign
of endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Ha kash-
ruth. the organization of the people, which works for
the people, to give Kashruth to the people;
Remember that such inscriptions as "Kosher." "Frishe
Flaish." or a six-pointed star in any language whatso-
ever, are not endorsement for Kashruth: they may be
misleading statements, and thus are not a guaranty
that products are Kosher:
Signs such as "Jewish Cuisine," "Friday night meals."
"Traditional Friday night meals." etc., do not verify
thai the meals aia Kosher;
Chicken markets where the Schochet does not affix or
attach the Plumba of the G.M.V.H. ft 1 O J on the
fowl, are not endorsed by your Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrulh and, therefore, the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth does not guaranty its Kashruth.
Manufacturers and Dealers
It is a breach of law in the Cities of Miami and Miami Beach
to misrepresent in the field of Kashruth; or, even to make any
misleading statements or display symbols or signs, which
might make people believe that products are Kosher. We.
therefore, advise such manufacturers or dealers that they
should avoid doing so. if they do not want to be prosecuted by
the Law.
For other information in the Field of Kashruth, see our Direc-
tor Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky at 945 Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, or call at 5-3595.
BEST WISHES FOR A KSIVAH TOVA TO
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY AND ALL ISRAEL
from the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
HARRY SIRKIN, Pres. HY SOOTIN, Sec'y
S. LOBEL. Treas.
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28.
GEORGE P. KARNEGIS
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY*
601 N. W. 7th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
Dado County Solicitors Oifi-(
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May Your New Year Be h
Bright and Colorful As Thea
1300 Beautiful Colors
ALL THE NEW
Tints & Tones
with
Fcr world Jewry 5711 was sr. event-crammed yeara year
highlighted by the continued growth and devalopment of the
Jewish Stat? of Israel. The year's activities started off with a
tang when in late October delegates irom American Jewish com-
munifitt met in Washington Jo map plans tor the strengthening
cf Israel. Among those leaders who addressed th delegates were
Eeryl Locker. Golda Myerson, Ambassador Abba Eban. and Elieier
Kaplan. Israel's Finance Minister 1'; shortly thereafter, world
Jewry was saddened by the loss of King Guslar, of Sweden,
whose efforts on behalf of refuge-js sared thousands of Jewish
lives during Woild War II 2'; Tried and reliable Henry Morgen
:hau. Jr resigned as leac.-r of the United Jewish Appeal during
December aiter many years of great service and his successor
Edward M. M. Warburg chatted with the "chief" at a U.J.A.
confab 3 : a one-time Hungarian immigrant. Anna M. Rosenberg,
became Assistant Defense Secretary of the United States amid a
hysterical anti-Jewish campaign aimed at smearing the former
FDR protege 4); big news of 5711the launching ef American
Jewry's greatest financial effort on behalf of the Jewish State
the epic S500.000.000 Israel Bond Drive. Ambassador Eban. Henry
Monlor. Mr. Morge-r.thau and former Ambassador to Israel James
MacDonald. leaders of the drive mapped plans '5): A non-party
businessman of Israel. Yaalcov Geri became the center of n3w
from Israel when Ben-Gurion broke a cabinet crisis by appointing
him Israel's Minister of Trade '6); the old-timers remembered
her for "My Man": the youngsters for her role on radio n "Baby"
Snooks"and America mourned the passing of Fanry Brice.
pictured above with her grandchildren (7); to if.a music of bands
and shouting crowds, Israel's prime minister David Ben-Gurion
invaded the U.S. for a 28-day whirlwind tour of the nation on
behalf of the Israel Bond Drive. Afforded a tremendous ovation
in dozens of communities, the Silver Knight was credited with
selling $30.000.000 worth of bonds here 8t; the war in Korea
continued despite truce talks. And the Jewish Stale of Israel
maintained its flow of medical supplies to United Nations' troops
battling tyranny Jar away. (American Jewish Press Photo>
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FULL OF HEALTH. HAPPINESS
and PROSPERITY
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Candidate for City Commissioner
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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New Year, The Herald
hopes for you every
possible blessing that
the New Year can bring
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Happy New Year To Our
Members and Friends
Golden Age Friendship Club
MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
"HAPPY NEW YEAR*
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r-mnAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
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Ardmore Studio
Shown at testimonial dinner tendered in honor of Richard E.
Gutstadt. executive vice-chairman ol th* Anti-Defamation League
ci B'nai B'rith. are: (Seated, left to right) Mr*. Jack Wein. Presi-
dent North Shore B'nai B'riih Women's Chapter; Mrs. Milton
Weinkle. president Miami B>ach B'nai B'riih Women's
Chapler. (Standing, tztt to right) Gilbert J. Balkin. director.
Florida Office Anti-Defamation League; Samuel W. Shapiro,
president Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mr. Gutstadt; George
J. Talianoff. vice-presidv?nt Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith and
roasimasier; and Leo Steinman. president North Shore Lodge
B'nai B'rith. The affair was held at the Sorrento Hotel. Miami
Evach. on September 18th.
[Private Schools Group
(Plans Self Evaluation
The Private Schools Associa-
[1 ot Dade County will hold
ii"".c: installation dinner at
S II' Hotel, October 4th
1 T:3C p.m.
Giiicers to be inaugurated are
ll.ir. L. B. Sommers, president,
[Miami Country- Day School; Mr.
|H ft. Malamud, vice president,
|Abbott Gardens Private School;
[Mrs. L. E. Coppock, secretary,
[Rivitia Day School; Mrs. Ida R.
|Lear. treasurer, The Lear School.
Comirittee chairmen will pre-
ker.t a tentative agenda of activ-
ities for the year, one of the most
important to be the inspection
land evaluation of member schools
Ity an Association commissionan
evalution based on the Standard
Form tor Objective Inspection and
Evaluation. The Association, or-
ganized to provide guidance to-
Iward desired standards for all
private school! and a basis for
|ftif-analysis of member schools,
Ifeeis that problems of.education
[and administration peculiar to the
Golda Myerson To Be
Interviewed On Sunday
On Tuesday evening, Septem-
ber 25th, radio station WINZ
will present Morris Nasatir re-
porting exclusive news from Is-
rael on the Yiddish Classical
Hour.
The Jewish program also has
scheduled Attorney Mai Englan-
der for Friday, September 28th,
in his Topics Of The Day. On
Sunday, September 30th, a spe-
cially transcribed interview with
Israel's Minister of Labor, Golda
Myerson, will be featured on
Vistas Of Israel.
Cumming* Runs
For Council Pont
Edward Cummings, candidate
for the council of North Miami,
has ?n impressive record for com-
munity service, his supporters
point out Running as an inde-
pendent. >.Tr. Cuirrmingfl is en-
dorsed by many civic- and citi-
zens" groups, including labor <.nd
the Norf m | Political Associa-
. tion.
Cumn tags, wh i lives at 709 N.
1 E. 140th Street, is an ex-U.S. Po-
lice Officer and chairman of the
(North Dade Democratic Execu-
I tive Committee, Group I, He was
assistant field director for the
Mau-h of Di.xes. and has a pro-
gressive record of support for
civic and church projects.
In an exclusively statement to
the Jewish Floridian. CumroJpjgs
said: "My program is positive%Td
constructive. We need public par-
ticipation in town affairs, and
I'm going to have amplifiers in-
stalled in the council chamber to
encourage it. I want citizens' and
women's groups to take hold of
our town government and guide
it. We need a central purchasing
department with strict competi-
tive bidding, civil service to pro-
tect town employees and progres-
sive planning to make North Mi-
ami a respected, prosperous, low-
tax city."
private school need an objective
basis for solution.
Guests invited to the dinner
will be James T. Wilson, super-
intendent of public schools; Joe
Hall, Director of Instruction;
Edith Chase, president of the
Dade County Principal's Club;
and a representative of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion.
Judith Youngerman To
Open School Of Dance
Having recently completed a
post graduate course in Dance
Education at the Connecticut Col-
lege for Women's School of
Dance, Judith Youngerman will
open her own studio the first
week of October where she plans
to olfer classes in modern dance
for children and adults.
As a child, Miss Youngerman
studied with Ernestine Komisar-
jevsky and Anita Zahn, proteges
of Isidora Duncan. She has also
worked with Jane Dudley, Jose
Limon, Martha Graham and Louis
Horst.
The Miami Beach Beth
Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
announces the following as the ONLY live poultry markets
cr.d kosher butcher shops under ils supervision on Miami
Beach.
Poultry Markets
White Rose Market, Herman Bros., 87 Washington Ave.
Guttman's Market. Guttman & Lapof, 325 Collins Ave.
S. & H. Live Poultry Market, Elgison Bros., 320 Collins Ave.
Butcher Shops
White Rose Market, H. Fedor. 87 Washington Ave.
Empire Market 204 First St.
Westchester Market. F. Woloder, 237 Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market, Leo Wiener, 320 Collins Ave.
Guttman's Market, Dave Lapof. 325 Collins Ave.
National Market. B. Marshak. 424 Collins Ave.
Sullivan County Market. Harry Smith, 618 Collins Ave.
Sol Kohlenberg's Meat Market, 806 6th St.
Michigan Food Center, Sam Serlin. 531 Michigan Ave.
Ou's Food Center, David Spector, 704 Collins Ave.
-iackstone Food Market, 737 Washington Ave.
"cshingtcn Ave. Food Center. Sam Deutch,
_ 1061 Washington Ave.
rhtenberg*B Market. 1323 Washington Ave.
vhitman's Market Whitman & Pores,
1325 Washington Ave.
Beach Food Center. lack Pomeranlx, 1421 Washington Ave.
Fenn-Way, Sam Melnick. 1447 Drexel Ave.
t-rewn Market L. Rakear. 1122 15th St.
community Food Center. Jerry Deutch & Al Levenson.
1 41*t St.
ormcndy Market. H. Goldberger, 1171 Everglades
-u C&ncour8e- Normandy Isle.
'he above are the ONLY shops GUARANTEED by the
aad Hakashruth. These are supervised constantly and
,f,rughlY by experienced supervisors to assure you ol
JULY KOSHER meat and poultry.
e guarantee only such poultry as bears the BJC loot rings.
J** are P*ooi of slaughter by recognized and supervised
Te_ Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth enters its
welith year of REAL KASHRUTH SUPERVISION wishing
Hot* """"M"*! a kosher. Peaceful and Happy New
Anv Kashruth Information. Communicate with
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Executive Director
311 u, DR- M. J. SAFRA, Kashruth Chairman
Wcshington Avenue. Miami Beach Phone Ml50
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PLANT Of
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Mlappu
New Year
Cdward Cummingd
Candidate for North
Miami Council
Lever 12 A
(Paid Tolitlcal Advertisement)
MEAT DEPARTMENT
WASHINGTON AVENUE FOOD CENTER
1051 Washington Avenue
""Phone 5-6821
Miami Beach
WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND
THANKS YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE
Sincerely
SAM DEUTCH
To All A Most Happy
and Prosperous New Year
HAROLD E. CURTISS
Flamingo District
METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO.
Candidate for Council, North Miami
1210 N. E. 141st STREET
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN RED LAKE
Your City Commission Candidate
Pan American Bank Building Miami. Fla.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SUN STATE SUPPLY CO.
6300 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 78-2575
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Stembler Adams Frazier
Insurance Agency, Inc.
118 N.E 1st AVENUE
PHONE 2-4174
TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
B. B. KERSEY
NURSERY
Candidate jor Council, North Miami, Florida
13275 N. E. 6th AVE. NORTH MIAMI
Phone 78-8692
To All ... A Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous New Year
Veterans Surplus Outlets
1214 BISCAYNE BLVD.
6301 N. W. 7th AVENUE
HIALEAH DRIVE and 1st AVE.


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+ Jtnist fkricii.it
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
28.
Theater Seats Installed
For Holy Day Services
The religious committee of the
Miami Hebrew School ar.d On-
gregation has completed all ar-
High Holi-
w theatre typi seats
are n v completely in-
in the man: I m
that
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Dr. Commings c 11 es riginally
n m Akron. Ohio. He moved to
Lake Worth. Florida, whose pub-
lic schools he attended ir 1926.
He is a graduate of the University
: Akron and of the Kirksville
College of Osteopathy. Kirksville,
Missouri. Since 1937. he has prac-
ticed medicine in Miami.
The candidate is a past presi-
dent of the Dade Countv Osteo-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL -
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Record & Sales Dept.1447 WASHINGTON AVFniip
M. SARNOW (Hex! t<> Cameo Theater Phone 5~c
TO ALL
. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Jewry Everywhere
n
Dr Morris Goodman, left, chairman of the Greater Miami
Committee for Bonds of Israel Government, congratulates Mayor
R L McBane of North Miami on his purchase of a SI.000 bond.
"An investment in the future of Israel is an investment in the
continuance of a bulwark of aamocracy in the Middle East.
Mayor McBane stated. His purchase is one of many by non-Jews
who are participating throughout the United States in the $500.-
0OC.0O0 Independence Issue.
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
111 \ v \ i: i 11 o \ i o i
North Miami Optimist. He is also
past director of the North Mi-
LEGAL NOTICE
ami Chamber of Commerce and a
pathic Association, a state trus- past president of the North Dade between th^howMoj
tee for the Association and a Democratic Club.___________,(on ,,, thl. bicheal b
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER
50 N. W. 1st PLACE
URGES ITS MEMBERS AND NEIGHBORS
to pick up their tickets lor the High Holidays by Sunday',
at the Center.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
n tht lMh day ->f October. IM1,
of :S0 a.m. and
at Public auc-
bidder for cash,
at the ivan Haven Hotel. 1JT. Oecan
Drive. Miami Beach, Fla.. various
article* of .lothing and personal be-
longings left un.-lalnied for a period
of more than JO days and ui.n which
a Han ii* claimed: above beinc the
property Of Jay Ohalson. Joe Karnis.
\" Gorney and H. Manon.
Bald aaii t" be under and by virtue
of the Statutes of the Stale- of Florida
in such cases made and provided,
... KAN HAVEN HOTEL
< II -L' 1 1 "i-i;
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
HI III \\ S I I IIIOS
DANCING SCHOOL
323 W. 47th Street
Miami Bead
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN
of the
CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP
Phone 5-2127 745 Washington Arenw
Resort Wear ior Men and Children
Remember to bring your tickets when entering the
Auditorium for Services
For Additional Tickets Phone:
Hy Coverman83-3049 Charles Adelman83-1420
Bernice Siegal4-C425 Joseph Myers48-9330
Services Eegin Promptly
on
Sunday. September 30th. at 6 pjn.
Monday. October 1st. at 8:30 a.m.
Kol Nidre. Tuesday. October 9th. at 5:30 p.m.
CANTOR SPIRITUAL LEADER
JOSEPH KRISSEL JOSEPH HURWITZ
*S&k -
GREETINGS
FINCHER OLDSMOBILE, INC.
WE BUY SELL TRADE
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
1740 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3-8351
'A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE LEAR SCHOOL
Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th
Mornings: Academic Instruction
Afternoons: Music, Dramatics and Swimming
LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES
2C10 West Avenue Phone 5-060$
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKI1KHV OIVEN that
the under.Mia-ned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ML'SICANA BAB at Me N" W. Htb
- net. Miami, Fla. intend to register
aid name with the I'lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court Dadi County, Florida
JOSEPH A HOLLA
ANITA R .-''I.I.A
rHEBTKOF A KALI8H
III for Applicants
ila Hid*.
. :> i .-.-u'-i9______________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25280
RE ESTATE I IF
1 \A IRA I. BRi iW'.V. lv ,s..,|
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
n. Tin: i- hi i-i.v riven thai I have
final report and petition
I inal I'!- I rgi as Executi :\ Ihi
FLORA I. BROWN, dec.....
and ha I oi the 22nd day "f K -
i i Bply to the Honor-
W F BLANTON, Count) Judge
of Dade County, Florida, f..i approval
poi and f..: fli al dli -
Executrix of the mate ,.f
FLORA 1. BROWN, ......aaed
Thla 5th da> "f September, 1951
HELEN I. BROWN
MYERS HEIMAN a KAPLAN,
Attornej for Executrix
> l .-l^'-l!.__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
liur to i igage in
litloup ii..in. nf
DECK i: \)'. _: F rth Btrei i. Ml-
Bi Ida, intends t,. reg-
lid i e with the Clerk I I
Clrcull t of I id. mn P
IRVING CTPEn' F:
|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT~OF~^THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 14393C
CLOUOHER. Plaintiff,
BAML'EL W CLOUQrlKR
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION'""
TO SAMIKI. \V CLOUOHER
10*15 Union Hall si
Jamaiea. 1. 1 N" V
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ouired to serve a cop* of your
;,r.,HvSR,,"' ,h" b,ll of com-
..',,. '"'", "">'' you herein, on
Plaintiff's solicitor, THEODORE I:
NKI..-..N 14..:.---; HUeayn.- Iluildinc
Miami Monda. and file the original
hereof it thi office of the Clerk of
tn.- above Court on or before the Itnd
' tober ItSl, otherwise the
alleBati..ns of .;,| Hill will he taken
at eonfesse.l |,v \.. :
\ i'.AT^'' lhU ''"h *B "' "Wtember
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
' : B BARDIE,
... k^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'.TI.-K IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
' ..
fictitious nanu
t. r.. A ,' 0oTTHIBD. Intend
to realatei amid name with the cierli
In Bll onrl of I'a.le County.
WII.I.iam I/.KIt
MARX M. PABER 00"""D
ey fot Appllcanu
Lldg.
21 U
THE SISTERHOOD
of the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
EXTENDS GREETINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS. JACK J. FALK. Sisterhood Prcsid. nt
Tlio llabbi. Offi<*ers and Directors!
OF THE
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEOTfll
in heartfelt and grateful appreciation oi the
splendid and generous support given us by our
friends in the past year, extend Best Wishes
to all the members of our community, their
iamilies and all Israel for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year which will usher in a
new era oi Justice and True Peace for all man-
kind.
It is With Great Pleasure I Extend To All...
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WITH A FULL
SHARE OF HEALTH. HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
< in i mi: j. m:m:e.4 mi
Engineer
4303 N. W. 7th AVENUE
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ED. VISCHI
REAL ESTATE
Chairman of North Miami Zoning Board
Candidate for North Miami Council
847 N. E. 125th ST. NORTH MIAMI. FLA-


)AY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
+ Jewish FhrkUairi
Ubined Leadership Of Miami Jewish
Enters Needed For Cultural Continuum
u>r r pr unmi tut
PAGE 7 B
By LEO MINDLIN
News Editor, Jewish Floridiun
Rush Hashona, Jews
gghout the world will con-
late in freedom, some despite
fuliillment of prophetical
lugs and the establishment
[Jewish state, still in secrecy,
,,sk I hc> age-old question:
many will pass by what
iier and how many will live?
lath this chanted dilemma it
[be stated that Rosh Hashona
Ihe season when mankind
fits lot judged and written
a time when our emotions
fconfused by joy and tragedy,
Hebrew fulfillment stands
je midst of newer and more
t-rending persecutions which
back the nightmares of
nany, Poland and environs,
juestions asked on the High
Days seem doubly signif-
But judgment to life or to
must not be understood in
|ute terms; we may continue
according to those rewards
out in our synagogues and
|ind the lot granted us un-
lactory.
ent events in our own city
to make this issue pointed.
|s been brought to public at-
on that the area's Jewish
rs face grave operational
fculties. Precisely in these
frs lies the vehicle for Jew-
[pression. It is in them that
Jewish culture may be fully
fessed while its members live
Itaneously a citizen's life
During the days of the
Spanish Marranos, the problem
was magnified enormously. Then,
the Jew could live neither as a
citizen nor within the sphere of
his cultural heritage unless he
bowed to the Inquisition. Thus,
it came about that many Jews
accepted the foreign faith in or-
der to avoid persecution, and
from this painful state of affairs
grew the Kol Nidrei service.
Those Jews who outwardly ac-
cepted the Spanish whim, secret-
ly wept on Yom Kippur night:
All vows that we have taken,
we deny.
Our own country and com-
munity force us into no such
horrifying position. Our citizen-
ship is equal with that of others;
we are forced to bow to no spir-
itual force inimical to us. By
contrast again, our synagogues
and cultural centers stand proud-
ly among those of other relig-
ious groups and cultures. It
seems therefore strange that the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
should find it necessary at this
time to call together all partici-
pating agencies in an effort to
solve a problem which ought nev-
er exist. Endangering the ex-
istence of Jewish cultural groups
means endangering the Jewish
community at large. Should Jews
find themselves in a position
where their common meeting
places are lost, they may find
soon after a diminishing need
for particularly Jewish expres-
sion.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER
6500 N. Miami Avenue
IIIOII HOLY DAY SIKMMS
IN NEW AIR-CONDITIONED CENTER
CANTOR ALBERT GLANTZ Officiating
REV. GEORGE GOLDBERG Spiritual Leader
Tickets on Sale Evenings 7:30 to 9 P. M.
For Further Information Phone 89-7616
The relationship between our
Jewish community ard its cul-
tural centers must now stand
stronger than ever. All around
us come repoHs, and happily, ot
Israel's coming economic inde-
pendence. It is not too far fetch-
? l. consldfcr that the main Jew-
ish-American cohesive force dur-
ing the past seventy-five years
stemmed from its fund-raising
efforts on behalf of the estab-
lishment of a Jewish state. What
will happen to this force now that
such effort may find smaller
need, and in what way will this
force reestablish itself in order
to continue vitally? Should Jew-
ish activity in our centers slow
down appreciably, it will indeed
be a sad comment on Jewish
culture.
Thus, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's effort seems now
most apt. It has suggested a
joint activities program under
single leadership so that functions
not overlap needlessly. The main
objection to this suggestion may
come from those who will fly
in the face of seeming anonymity,
who will cry that their personal
endeavors on behalf of our Jew-
ish community may not be re-
warded on a personal basis. But
it is clear that a successful group
of cultural organizations under
combined leadership is prefer-
able to a faceless, expressionless
"ewish community. The old Mar-
ranos who first chanted Kol Nid-
rei would have welcomed such
a program joyously.
During this Rosh Hashona,
therefore, the question of sur-
vival will strike home most
cogently. Will we continue to
live as an active Jewish force
united by our culture come what
may, or will we fall into the ob-
livion of a sDiritless existence?
The Congregation oi
he paling 3lsrael Synagogue of ifltamt Ucadt
VlSHES TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
4001 Chose Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
le School Administration of the Miami Beach Workmen's
rele School extends New Year's greetinqs to its pupils and
p parents, to the members of the Workmen's Circle, Br.
and its Women's Club, and to all Jewish residents of
mil Beach. L'Shona Tova Tikosevu
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
Genoral Contractors
1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-4325
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Cantor Moses Weinstein was
received with enthusiasm at
the traditional Selicoth services
held Saturday midnight at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob. A recent
arrival here, he was formerly
Chief Cantor in Wilno, Poland,
and in Wiasbaden and Frank-
fort-Am-Main, Germany. Can-
tor Weir.stein will conduct the
New Year and Yom Kippur
services at ihe Beth Jacob Syn-
agogue.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
59 Norlhweit Fourth Street Miami. Florida
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have you. roof repaired now; you
will oava on a naw roof latar
"Satlafactory Work by
Expariancad Man"
414 W. 22nd Avanua
PHONE 4-MtO
GREETINGS
EATABITE
T
"We Educate For Successful, Gracious Living"
NURSERY ELEMENTARY
KINDERGARTEN HIGH SCHOOL
Rates Begin at $40.00 per month
REGISTER NOW!
1010 WEST AVE.. M.B. PHONE 5-0606
GREETINGS TO ALL
yt
L. C. MORRIS
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2511 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 78-0551
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COUNCILMAN BERNARD A. FRANK
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ZARET CONSTRUCTION CORP.
1901 West Arenue
Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc.
"Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty'
McAllister Hotel Mezzanine
Miami, Florida

MAY THE YEAR 5712 BRING TO ALL FRUITION
THE HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE
JEWISH PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER, AND A JUST AND
EVERLASTING PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND
COUNCILMAN AND MRS. HAROLD TURK
and their children
CORNELIA, JONATHAN and ROBIN
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361

GREETINGS TO ALL ON THE NEW YEAR
SHARET CHAPTER
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN


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+jmHQuRiG
FRIDAY. SEPTEMRFP o<,
Louie Bande! Runs
For Commissioner
Although he has not yet form-
ally announced his intentions.
City Commissioner Louie Bar.del
is certain to be a candidate for
re-election in the November bal-
loting.
Equally certain is the prospect
that he will campaign on the
basis of his record of achieve-
ment during his first two years
in office.
Bar.del has been an outspoken
critic of public housing and
equallv vigorous in his demand
for slum clearance. He has re-
peatecilv warned against -
i>ed oublic housing and ii
that the job of slum clearance
lid be accomplished by free.
private enter..'
. olster his argument, Ban-
Beach Junior Hadassah
A cocktail party for all of the
now members Of Junior Hadas-
sah Chapter. Miami Beacn is in
the offing. Special invitations
are being sert to men to tlia
community. The party will take
place sometime in October, and
more specific data will soon be
forthcoming.
The next meeting of the group
will bo held at the home of Miss
Helene Kelman. 842 Lenox Av-
enue.___________
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lagoon Restaurant and Bar
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
23 SUNNY ISLE BOULEVARD
Season's Greetings
COLD WAVE S5.00
Y italic Salon
of Reautu
4761 N. W. 22nd AVE.
Ph. 89-1424
Open Evenings by Appointment
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
SAM GINSBERG JOSEPH ROSE
1545 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
Mrs. Leopold L- Schwartz has
been elected president of the
Temple Israel Sisterhood to
succeed Mrs. Norman Giller.
Mrs. Schwartz also serves as
Chairman of the Southeastern
Region Conrention of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and of the National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods which will be held in
November at the Casablanca
Hotel.
L?\i i Band-1
de] tes the rd by pri
iring thi | ast
t .war I a hieving the end
. At I i time 1
attenti n t the tact that
h : jbhc r >using has not
inatt: unit O-
the i
......n and are being
. enterprise
tern facilities Ban
late;
'. am _r_-lt< pi
:. -
lit ion thai r using :s
necessary slum clearance. It
try to gel
I f01
:.. ising just a free r:de for
: cpei I
: taxpa
Comi 1 is active
in fraternal ifl i rs, ie:ng .-> Mas-
on and Shriner and member
the 29en I B'nai B'rith He is
nber I the State Tut
losis B B A n Fl
Bar.del is former Mia .. city
judge Beth Dav:d
Syni gue He .- id ly kn > n
: is ad .:. ip .".-- p: -
motion. ] ng the
th of the nunitv
Londor. (JTA) British Chief
Rabbi Israel Brodie has called on
:-. communities throughout
immonwealth to offer pray-
ers for the speedy recovery of
King George VI
SEASONS GREETINGS
Savory Bake Shop
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
1684 Alton Road
PHONE 58-0138
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL MY FR4ENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
J. I "Joe" LUDICK
CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. NORTH MIAMI
To All A Most Happy New Year
FOR YOUR PROTECTION
K 9 Patrol Kennedy Detective Agency
P. O. Box 2522 Mami 15, Fla.
Phone 3-8842
B. T. KENNEDY. CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
620 N. E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI
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To All... A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year
WARD E. KING
Candidate for Mayor, North Miami
730 N. W. 129th ST. NORTH MIAMI
The Great Hew
U. S. ROYAL LIFE-TUBE
LEO MINDLIN
Wishes His Parents
Mr. and Mrs.
JACOB MINDLIN
! .... i::..
His Brother SAUL
: Was ngton, DC
end Their Many Friends
and Relatives
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IIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
Jewlsti Hurldknj
lemphis Conference of District
Workmen's Circle Plans Activities
PAGE 9 B
By LILI DUNTOV
iTh
en
, rece**32nd Southern Dis-
ict Conference of the Work-
.'8 Circle was held in Mem-
is. Tennessee, over Labor Day
ekend.
.forty delegates and over 150
t-of-town guests added to the
itivities of the occasion. There
re numerous representatives of
inal organizations: Jacob Pat,
ecutive director of the Jewish
bor Committee; Philip Block,
n.ger Ol the Daily Forward in
Ston: Yehudah Tyberg from
" national office of the Work-
in's Circle for Bond? for Is-
le! Max Gleiberman from the
iddis'h Scientific Institute Yivo
;,! others.
The question of organizing new
speaking branches of sec-
id" generation members brought
> in the spirit of the Workmen's
, |e ideology was given a great
ial of deliberation. In the past
\ \ lars 4 such branches were
: i and with their assistance
S were made to organize the
iwig people in Memphis, Nash-
I and Savannah. The Work-
s's Circle Camp Friendship
on Lake Chicamauga, 25 miles
northeast of Chattanooga, Ten-
nessee, purchased last year and
a project of the entire Southern
District, was also thoroughly dis-
cussed. It is to be an up-to-date
institution, with modern accom-
modations for the entire family
where Workmen's Circle mem-
bers and their children can spend
their vacation in an atmosphere
of Jewish spirit and culture. The
buildings and lay-out of the 53-
acre camp have been planned
by Albert Brooks, head of the
Camps Planning Committee of
the National Office and authority
on this subject. A Board of Di-
rectors to launch a campaign for
this project has been appointed
and is headed by our Miamian
Harry Spivak. It is to consist
of one representative each from
the branches and Women's clubs,
a total of 25.
A great interest was shown by
the younger members of the
Workmen's Circle in organizing
of more secular Yiddish schools.
Themselves a product of those
schools, they now feel s need of
.Jj^
similar progressive education for
their children. Such a school,
dedicated in the name of Y. L.
Peretz. has opened in Atlanta
this year. The next projects are
Chattanooga and Houston. The
Greater Miami branches which
are supporting 2 Yiddish schools
with an attendance of over 100
children have promised their,fu.ll
support and cooperation in this
venture.
The current year has been pro-
claimed Y. L. Peretz year in hon-
or of the 100th anniversary of
the birth of the great Yiddish
classicist, and a series of lectures
dealing with his writing was
planned. A special group of art-
ists will tour southern states giv-
ing performances and readings
of his works. As an introduction
to these festivities, Jacob Pat
gave an inspiring lecture with a
deep analysis of Perctz's liter-
ary achievements
At the closing session of the
Conference, and after an impas-
sioned appeal, $200,000 was col-
lected as quota for "Bonds for
Israel" to be raised by the South-
ern District branches. Joseph
Duntov of Miami Beach was then
re-elected by acclamation as Dis-
trict Secretary tor the 4th year.
The next conference will be held
at Miami Beach at the invitation
of Branch 692 and in connection
with its 25th anniversary.
Day School Students Sound New Year Notes
Students at a Southern Day School are shown hard at work
getting a few practice licks on the traditional Shofar. This is a
scene which is frequently lepeated today in the 149 Day Schools
which now dot the American continent.
Proceeds Go To Youth
A brunch and card party was
held by the Shaloma Group of
Hadassah yesterday at the Sea
Gull Dining Terrace, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Bernard Goldberg,
chairman, announced.
Proceeds from the affair will
go to Youth Alliyah. Mrs. Jack
Bernard, who presided, gave a
Membership Tea at her home, 753
Lenox Avenue, the day before.
c/o till We Say d ITiost (Happy Jlew IJear
f, and Mrs. Hyman Abramowitx
'and Sons. Myron and Albert
150 S.W. 19th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
'.:. and Mrs. Dare Adelberg
149-A N.E. 67th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
b. and Mrs. Rudy R. Adler
203-1 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
tad
and Mrs. Hariy Alexander
Children, Debby Alexander
Faith and Alvin Atlass
211 N.E. 51st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Nathan Alexander
and Family
1756 N.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Morris Alperf
and Family
930 North Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. M. M. Apfalbaum
and Son, Walter
1411 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
1605 Lenox Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronstein
and Children. Bud, Ruth Larry
and Sharon Eifeen
1751 James Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Auerbach
and Son. Mitch
5888 S.W. 31st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Gerson August
1375 S.W. 8th Street
Wishes All Her
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry August
and Children, Elaine and Arnold
720 S.W. 28th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
8
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker
and son, Bernard
615 West 47th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman
Children and Grandson
1008 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff
and Family
1818 S.W. 9th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jack August, Leslie August.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur August
and Daughter. Dale
Wish All Their 1
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis August
and Family
519 S.W. 25th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Samuel 3. August
and Family
1585 S.W. 18th Street
Wishes All II r
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin
and Children. Greg and Susan
1651 Tiger fail Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Benner
and Daughter, Robin
660 84th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blank
and Sons Samuel and Richard
1410 S.W. 17th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blasberg
and Son, Larrie
5915 LaGorce Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Blicher
and Daughters, Carolyn
and Arlinc
1256 S.W. 15th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blicher
and Family
1614 West Aver.ue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Brands
and Family
6375 S.W. 10th Terrace
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Breger
and Sons. Eli, Jerry and Jack
108 2nd Terrace, Di Lido Isle
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner
and Entire Family
935 4th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Brett
and Son, Miles
2111 S.W. 20th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. Theodore M. Berman
350 Lincoln Road
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Family
435 S.W. 31st Road
Wish All Their
friends and Relatives
_A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bermann
and Daughters. Roberta and Toby
730 S.W. 26th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George Balber
and Family
4531 S.W. 15th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Joseph Arkin
Jules and Stanley
849 Venetian Way
Wish ^11 Their
friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Otcar Argintar
and Family
MS.W. 28th Road
p Wish All Their
friends and Relatives
_AHAPPY NEW YEAR
^ Mr- Samuel Aronoriti
and Family
3910 Garden Avenue
.Wish All Their
a uH.s and Relatives
_A_HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin
Son, Alan and Daughter
Bonnie Lou
1301 S.W. 21st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Bassine
and All Their Children
2741 S.W. 14th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wish All Their
AS&anSS Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Batkin
2007 Calais Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck
and Family
2331 S.W. 19th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berson
and Son. Johnnie
5130 S.W. 5th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson
2400 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bernstein
and Family ,
2543 Pinetree Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
2164 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom
and Children, Norton and Sandra
40 S.W. 30th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brill
and Mrs. B. Gaynor and Son
1960 S.W. 33rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad
1407 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blum
and Family
1430 S.W. 17th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
1285 S.W. 19th Terrace
and Their Children.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fried
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronstor.
and Family
6865 Bay Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks
and Daughl'ors.
Rickie and Shirley
110 N.W. 40th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs.
Seymour M. Blumenthal
and Daughters, Janet and Elinor
3532 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
515 S.W. 22nd Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bernstein
and Sons. Akiba and Gerald
1400 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernstein
7629 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and Children. Warren and Judy
2390 S.W. 23rd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodensiein
and Family
725 14th Place
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bursteirt
and Family
1685 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Booxbium
1727 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Boros
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chalets
and Daughter. Bessie Ana
3645 S.W. 24th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Jules P. Channing
1575 Washington Avenue
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PAGE 10 B
+Je#lst!florkfi*t7
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Ilia Sherman To
Visit Helta Phis
Mrs. Etta Sherman, past chair-
man ot all alumnae advisors to
the F:.n-H< Uenic Association, will
e on October 14th fron
I Can ... to visit the Omega
chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon. She
.er-at-large of Delta Phi
n International Executive
Council.
A lecturer on current t'.
. irrent publications, and book
views, Mrs. Sherman is the edu-
:.al chairman of Hadassa in
.to. At the I'r.iv [1j
Toronto, she is a member of
. commission and Delta Phi
Epsilon's alumnae advisor to the
Pan-Hellenic association.
Her other activities include:
board member of the United Jew-
ish Welfare Fund of Toronto, the
Jewish Vocational Service and
membership chairman of To-
ronto's chapter o: Canadian
ids of the Hebrew Universi-
ty._________________
Peretz Talk At Masada
mi Beach Masada. Young
Zionist Organization, will hold its
..v Oneg Shabbat at the Car-
Ivle Hotel. 1250 Ocean Drive.
Miami Beach, today at 8:30 p.m.
Miss Ella Pearlman will be in
charge of a discussion on Issac
Peretz.
Sushcmsky Golden
Wedding Marked
A recent golden wedding anni-
versary was celebrated by Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Sushnnsky. 711
14th Street, Miami. The m?rriage
took place on September 3, 1901.
A retired New York designer
of men's clothes. Mr. Sushansky
.loring during his .areer for
such well-known persons as Hank
Greenberg and President Tru-
man. Mrs. Sushansky and he have
beer, living on Miami Beach ICr
the last three years.
The sushanskys have four chil-
dren and three grandsons. One
daughter. Mrs. Ben Resnikoff.
also resides on the Beach with
her children, two of the Sushan-
skv grandsons. Norman and How-
ard.
Brandeis Women Initiate
An initiatory decree of the
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary.
Number 199. Free Sons of Is-
rael, was held Wednesday eve-
ning at the Seacomber Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.
Following the initiation of all
new members, movies were
shown and refreshments served.
Mrs Leslie C Rome and Mrs.
Anne Sacharoff took charge of
the affair.
Leonard Indianer. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Indianer. was
Bar Mitxvah last Saturday at
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter.
Hebrew Academy Board Members
Plan Agendas For
The initial Board of Directors
meeting of The Hebrew Academy
took place last Wednesday eve-
ning in the Academy building. 918
Sixth Street. Miami Beach. Dr.
David S. Andron. president, who
has just returned to Miami Beach,
presided at this first meeting.
The meeting served as a round-
up of all committee chairmen who
presented their reports of ac-
complishment during the summer
months. A program of activities
was also formulated for the forth-
coming year.
The following committee chair-
men delivered reports on their
respective committees. Mr. Jack
Satin. House and Building Com-
mittee: Mr. Lewis M. Escott,
Board of Admissions; Mr Samuel
M. Grundberg, Finance Commit-
tee: Mr. Irving Firtel. Member-
shin Committee: Mr. Joseph Gon-
shor. Schul Committee: Mr. Harry
Genet, Land and Ex pension
Fund: and Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. Education and Progres.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Prin-
cipal, presented a detailed educa-
tional report on all phases of the
Academy's progress and program
of education. Mr. Dav^i S. An-
Season's Activity
I dron was officially honored airt
I welcomed back to th,(ja,'
by all the officers and Board ',
Directors of the Academy.
The initial executive board
meeting of the Hebrew Academy
Women was held yesterday L
the Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach
The Agenda for the meeting in.
eluded the honoring of Mrs. David
S. Andron. vice president <
! chairman of the Annual Pictorial
; Journal, upon her and her hus-
band's return from a:. extended
i stay up north.
Mrs. Samuel Cohen, president,
i called upon the following com-
mittee chairmen to render brie!
: reports of the various activities
j of the women's organization: Mr
; Sidney Rubinowitz and Mrs."j>
seph Rackovsky, financial h'.
: ports; Mrs. Isidore Spolter. parent
i membership; Mrs. Hnrrv Kor-
I etzky. general membership; Mrs
Alfred Stone, program; Mrs. Mm-
es Mescheloff, publicity; Mrs.
Aaron Lauer. library: Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan, New Year project;
Mrs. Jesse Nowak, special proj-
ects: and Mrs. David S. Andron,
journal.
----*
c7o Gil We Say C( Most Happy Ties* IJear
\S
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Chasan
and Family
41 SW. 6tn Street
Wish All Their
F; lends and Relatives
.-. HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. T. B Chertok
and Daughter. Paula
. S W 17th St '
Wish a:: T:
Friei
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clein
and Family
S.W 4- Si
Wish A T
R>
.-. HAPPY MEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Drosd
5840 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Dubler
and Children, Leila. Sharon
and David
836 S W. 19th Street
Wish All Their
Friei R I ives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duntov
2003 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relath
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs Isidor Cohen
and Family
71 S.W. 10th Si
V. sh A:! T: :
: it-r.ds and ?.-'. .:; -
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Corel
>;00 S I Avenue
Wish All Their
nds and Relatn
V YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Coullon
and Son
277J S.W Ave
W ish All Thi
ind Re!:.- .
. HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Crystle
Wish All Tl
nds and Redati
A HAPPY NEW YE.-.:
and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg
and Daughter. Gail
2382 S.W. 15th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Eanett
and Son. Robert
431 >".W. 106th Street
Wish All Their
F: iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbir.der
and Daughters
3351 S.W. 2n I Stn I
Wish All Their
F: iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cutler
ar.d Sons. Jack and Eddie
- w ; t,
Wish All Th<
Friend:
A HAP1 YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisanberg
> Stillwater D
Wish All Their
Friends and Reli tivi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmur.d Eisenberg
I -4 S W 17th Tl r:
Wish All Their
Friends and R-. itivt
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mis. Sadie Diamond
and Family

Frii rid R< t:\
A HA1 I Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. M Dorff
I Sti
.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreizen
and Family
72 i >
Wish All T:
: iends and Relativ
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs Leon Elkin
and Family
1519 Drexel Avei
Wlsl AD :
Friends and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. El!
anc Daughter. Sandra
I2i Mi

Fi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M Drewich
420 S.W. 62nd Court
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus
and Son Henry
3415 Sheridan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. ard Mrs. Harry Elson
and Family
S w Zlsi Stn
Wish All T
Friends and Relativ
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ersoff
and Family
425 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Ti.
Friends and Relativ- -
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
835 Collins Avenue
and Their Children,
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rose
and Daughter. Ellen Gale
19337 Monica Detr lit
Wish All Theii
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Max Feld
anc Family
1655 S.W. 19th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan
Daughter. Rachel
ard Son. Albert
1444 S.W. 17th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman
and Son. Mark
814 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
235 N.W. 7th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Lillian Fisher
and Family
Wish All T: .
Fi it nds and Relat
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Scm Fliegler
and Family
.. .... .
W sh All T .
F
A I AR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer
ar.d Children.
Henry. Minna and Joseph
"
'
A H VPPY NEW YEA-:
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frank
and Family
629 Len -.ue
Wish All Th
F iendj n Rel it < -
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr.
Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fahrer
and Daughters. Claire and Janet
223 N.E. 27th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrt. M. B.
and Family
1031 West Avenue
Wish Ail T
nds and Rela-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Frankel
6865 Bav Di
Wish Ail Their
I i-nds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs.
Solomon J. Freedman
926 Michigan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland
and Sons. Lewis and Norman
301 N.W. 108th Street
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
214 Rivo Alto Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
- Mrs. Ywtta Geier
and Daughters.
Florence and Blossom
618 N.W. 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
Mother and Saul
5101 Lakeview Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Genet
and Family
t 1944 S.W. 21st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Moriis Gershon
and Miss Polly Gershon
1676 Jan.es Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samu.-l Gitlin
and Daughters. Shirley and Ruth
7740 N.W. 24th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser
and Children,
Leonard, Teri and Robert
4000 Roval Palm Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. M Goldberg
and Family
2257 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldberg
and Son. Elliott
4245 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertman
and Paul. Dickie and Susan
2369 S W 24th Street
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relativ
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrr. Samuel Gvtmig
and Their Children.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Getxug
Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Lavigne i
and Family
15n W 19th Avenue
Wish All Their
F :. i- ind Pi latives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Gidney
and Family
4585 Adams Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
1220 Pennsylvania Avanue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Murray GoldbtfJ
and Family
324 S.W. 23rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR_
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Goldia
and Son, David
4233 Royal Palm Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
.. A HAPPY NEW YEAR___
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman
and Family
1775 S.W. 16th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR___
Mr and Mrs. Charles Gold*"
and Family
1880 S.W. 5th Street
Wish All Tl
Frunds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein
526 15th SI
Wish All Th<
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAB_J
Mr.andMrs.EmanuelGold.trid.1
B. Z.. Jack and Ji"
2838 Prairie
Wish All Then;
Friends and Brig**
A HAPPY NEW \EAR__
Mr. I R. Goodman
Lillian and Esther Goodman
7127 Bay Drive
Wish All Thor
Friends and Rel"'"*.
A HAPPY NEW \V&
Mr and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg
and Child/en. Barbara ard Edwin
2469 Flamingo Place
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Emanu.l Gordon
and Family
1021 N.W W Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relative*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


T.-.
Tm
IIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
*JewistiMini, u
PAGE 11 B
Mrs. Weintraub
hoM>n March On
jolio I'oiiimander
\ j j-v.ii-y. local chapter di-
; '.' the National Foundation
le Paralysis, recently
i the appointment of
j Wcinlraub as com-
( of the 1952 Moth-
Polio.
y\x. Weintraub is president of
i v Eieatfh Council,
n ol the women's divi-
Civil Defense Council, a
;: of the Dado Coun-
n of Women's Club.:
of the Visiting
A i iation. Last year she
| 'ntrated house-to-
i i [aim I polio which
, I and was presented
l i lutsti ndi g Citizen's
I
March on Pol: I
y on the evening of
Mrs. Weintraub
CT7.SK CHAPLAINS SERVING Gls THE WORLD OVER
liami Men Elected AIA
i( rti I m Kneaper and Elmo H.
Jilliams were recently elected
{ :.- of the American Insti-
lir of Accountants, the national
Jofessional CPA society. _
Williams is a member-"of the
of Williams and Kaiser.
Itepaer is a Carl's Markets
nptroller. ^
-- WHEREVER American armed forces are on duty, Jewish Gls find Jewish
j chaplains at their side, providing: spiritual comfort, a link with home.
and opportunities to observe holy days and festivals. More than 250 full-
| and part-Ume Jewish chaplains are now on duty at military installations
here and abroad and at VA hospitals. All Jewish chaplains are recruited,
endorsed, and served by National Jewish Welfare Board, which provides
I supplies, materials, and support that make this array of service possible.

^!L ^e ^^ Q_ TTiost frCappy flew Xjear
fir. and Mrs. Frank A. Gordon
and Daughter
4740 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
[Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
775 S.W. 21st Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Pearl Gotlesman
6940 Bay Drive
Wishes All Her
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
and Family
3415 S.W. 17th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Halperin
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Louis A. Gottlieb
p233 Byrotl Avenue. Surfside
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. George A. Graham
Sons, Michael, Lee and Jon
2535 S.W. 17th Avenue
Wish All Their
Fn. :. is and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs Harry Greenberg
and Family
1"1" S.W". loth Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
5738 S.W. 9th Terrace
Wish All Their
Mis and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
| Mr. and Mrs. John Gross
and Family
711 85th Street
. Wish All Their
fids and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*r. and Mrs Murry Grossman
i and Daughters,
[Dawn Cynthia and Pamela
3a0i) S.W. 6th Street
Wish All Their
fronds and Relatives
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
and M- G">dworg
I mf',?105" J- nd Saul
'"?.Drexel Avenue
Wlsh All Their
4u.n^and Relatives
. A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Samuel N. Halpert
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Halpert
and Children,
Barry, Leslie and Susan
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind
and Son, Paul
1945 S.W. 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
Tobie-Lorraine and Barney
1765 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
_____________K_____________
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Karger
and Daughter, Sheila Beth
1365 S.W. 19th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
Doris and Harvey
2100 S.W. 21st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Koch
and Family
445 Jefferson Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives -
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joseph A. Kogos
814 Michigan Avenue
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hammer
and Family
46 N.W. 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hayden
and Children. Ellye and Buddy
2131 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Herman
Mother and Daughter
5315 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Hess
and Children, Louise and Jay
2190 S.W. 10th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Joffa
6034 Indian Creek Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas
and Family
8919 Hawthorne Avenue
- Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz
and Family
2732 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ada E. Joseph
and Son, Ivan
1212 Everglades Concourse
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jeanette Katz
and Daughter, Saundra
610 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn
and Family
50 N.W. 24th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaler
and Family
390 S.W. 22nd Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz
and Sons, Hardy and Sanford
1744 S.W. 17th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Kohen
and Family
1417 North Venetian Way
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky
and Son
6145 La Gorce Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
_ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Korshak
and Children. Brian and Susan
2851 Sheridan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman
and Family
831 2nd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hillel Kaufman
331 West 28th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kraus
and Family
2960 S.W. 2nd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes
and Son. Seymour
2375 S.W. 10th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
123 Euclid Avenue
...Wish All Their
* Mrd,?and Relatives
-A HAPPY NEW YEAR
,r' nd Mrs. Harry Ourkey
,., a"d Family
2472 S W iioi o.
Wish a i'i ~ ^lst Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
318 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kann>r
and Sons. Richard and Lewis
1816 S.W. 11th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hutner
1920 S.W. 73rd Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan
and Children.
Herbert and Barbara
100 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
|ReV- and Mrs. S. Guttman
^W^venue
Wish All Their
AHAPPYn^Rel^ves
"APPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman
and Children. Gail and Ira
5280 S.W. 5th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaplan
and Family
3551 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Joseph L. Kaufman
and Family
54 N.E. 5th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kazer
and Children,
Judith Ellen, Alivia Joan
and Ralph Romanoff
3524 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
and Children
Linda, Rita and Stanley
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Iserson
and Daughter. Agnes
2001 S.W. 23rd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. N. Kaplan
and Family
636 10th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klein
and Family
1369 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Klein
and Son, Gerald
6225 LaGorce Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BBBsea
Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Kleiman
and Tommy and Adel
2368 S.W. 18th Street
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kriegel
4114 Pinetree Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Krieger
350 N.W. 2nd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfcrstein
1250 S.W. 21st Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
6330 Allison Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Labbie
and Sheila and Stephen
2161 S.W. 20th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Landesman
and Family
800 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Larger
and Children, Sandra and Lester
1351 S.W. 22nd Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PAGE 12 B
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vjmist ncrkJknn
c.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
28,
Sisters Honor Chief
The fifth dlsti let Pythian Sis-
ters will hoM a bar. |U< I -1 Tyler's
Rest:.;: : n Fl gl Street, O.-
t. er 3rd, 6 p.m.,
sit of 1
-.-
II '' N
less to I
tiict at 1
71
.- itiation
- ..- lit
M I "
.
: S ''" 40th Street
Adult Group Has Dance
up of the
;.; : Beach Jewish Center, a
group of young men and women
18 to 30 years of age. is opening
json of activities with a
Back To Business Dance on Sun-
lay, October 7th. it v. as an-
nounced bv Ed Klein.
The dance will be held in the
air conditioned Social Hall of
the Center at 8:30 p.m. Member-
ship in the Young Adult group is
open to the young men and
women of the community and of-
fers a well rounded social and
cultural program. ______^^^
Silber, Schechter
Wed: Honeymoon
The :', rmer Miss Ril S
\; nd Mrs.
Ley Si I S< .
.....
. :

rted stai
veil f illusion i cl
:
. r ''' I
notis were
Mi ,'.,: s. '
K- wed's cousin,
honor and wore periwinkli
_ ::':on.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
r,rd Mrs. David Silber,
residents of Poughkeepsie. New
V : k, served oversea- during
World War II and is Bl | sent a
member of Masada.
Following the ceremony, thtre
was a rtception at the hotel. The
couple, now honeymooning m
Nassau, will reside or. returning
in Miami Beach.
Jewish nmmm Boaeh Certer >lum-um BramhOp,,
Tel Aviv 'JT.V Am Har-
oi, on : : large* coUec-
..vo 5 -. celebrated it
nivei in 1 p.-esenc
Mtitutioi tm


Th > Miami Beach Jewish Cen- vanou.- amulets, ornaments'
tor museum, which is the only j ding. fings and teffilin and'*|
permanent branch in the United "-books are lso exhibited.*
: the museum conducted
by the Jewish Theological Sem-
. | :. -open for public
the current Holi-
ison.
V sitors to t" e Museum will
, -v of Torah orna-
: JTA XI I
S '
partial!.
Gern > "'
Sovl i
Some 1.0 rorshipi
I guests 1
Doctor
: | resident of ta
Uni n for Progressive
Judaism, parti( ipated in the perv-
luded city officials
: ndon and merrbcrs of-the
Sepha:v>'<- and United Syragogue.
IN THE MAIL
(Editor.- x te: Thi ?
etter m I
tio^al i und i Mr. i, .
reveal; i
h winters. Torah eastern _feg:nn t > the V
visory Board
Mv Dear Mr. HI:
We are com]
members of the National d2l
y Board and I tike a ami 21
orv
I.ondo- (JTA> Thirty-nine
Jews will seek House of Com-
mons seats in the forthcoming
British elections. They include 27
Labor candidates, five Liberals,
six Conservatives and one Com-
munist. In ore London constitu-
ency, two Jews are lunning
against each otherCol. L. H.
Gluckstem. and Dr. S. W. Jeger.
Cemetery Pilgrimage
The annual pilgiimaqe to the
local Jewish cemeteries will
take place on Sur.day. October
7th. ty resolution of the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion. Members of the Associa-
tion will be at the following
cemeteries at the following
hours: Woodlawn Park. 1 p.m.;
Ml. Nebo Cemetery, 2:30 p.m.:
Mt. Sinai C'.mttiry, 3:30 p.m.:
and Old City Cemetery, 4 p.m.
[oral p itnte! Torah
ihiviti tablets. Holi-
festival objects such as
S, Pesach trays and
. hand-writen Moggilot.
h larrps. ancient Sho-
ath candelabra and of pieagUre in inviti
Kiddush cups, circumcision sets, i serve as a merabcr- \V'e exy
'call a meeting in theverTl
future so that we can reDonl
our visit to Israel. It is ouTki
that you will find it possibl^
attend t.-.e meeting.
The members of the
consist of distinguished i2
personalities throughout
country whom we are eaetrj
consult from time to time,
garding policy, program
plans.
I hope we will have the ben
of your counsel and advice.
Sincerely vours,
DR. HARRIS J. LEVDd
Pesidet:.
"go ail We Say XL lUost Happy Ties, TJ*
59
ear
Mr and Mrs. Isidore Langner
and Family
2283 S.W 17th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laster
and Family
7800 K.W. 4th Court
Wish Al Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lauer
and Sons.
Joseph. Nussie and Chaim
345 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer
and Son. Allan
2121 S.W 21st Street
Wish A : Their
Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Lecerer
cS N.W. 34th Ten
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr and Mis. Leo M. Levin
and Daughters.
Jane Abby. and Deborah Ruth
825 Fairwav Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Levine
and Sons. Jackie and Billy
2910 S.W. 1st Street
Wish A!l Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levinson
1756 Collins Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
M
Mr. ar.d Mrs. William Loeb
ant Son
1937 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan
and Daughter. Esther
10 S.E. 6th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Lelchuk
and Son. Louis Steven
10150 East Bav Harbor Drive
Wish All Their
Fri( r.ds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levy
(ne Ethel Stone)
and Sons. Leonard and Phillip
340 Hawthorne Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sid. Florence and Jim Lewis
761 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. London
Son. Ernest London
Dr. Seymour London and
Dr. Rose London
2840 Fairgreen Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lutel
and Children.
Deborah Sue and Gary Alan
1975 S.W. 17th Court
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mandel
and Family
2350 S.W. 11th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus
and Family
421 N. Hibiscus Island
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks
Children Linda and Stephen
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. I
and Daughters, Linda and I
466 S.W. 22nd Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relative!
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Robert E.
Children. Hazel Carmi and I
2945 S.W. 27th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lubin
and Daughters,
Carol Sue and Alice
2290 S.W 26th Lane
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall
and Family
3760 N.W. 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joseph Mechlow
570 S.W. 4th Street
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Oscar C Lelchuk
:4:4 Alhan.bra Circle, C G.
Wish All Thi
Friends and Relat.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Max Lieber
2922 Sheridan Avenue
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk
and Daughter. Linda Ann
3511 S.W. 21st Sti I
Wish All Their
r.ds and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
Mr. and Mrs. David Lemalman
1335 North Venetian V." iv
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman
and Daughter. Adele Nancy
224a S.W 1st Street
Wish All T:
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S H. Leslie
and Sons
3114 Prairie Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder
6636 Harding Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
James David Liebman
and Family
Wish a:: Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Liiset
2131 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Frier.ds and Rela:
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby
Son. Chester and
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sam Luby. Jr.
and
Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cole
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel
and Lewis
4444 Post Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mintoij
and Children. Stanley d I
1941 S.W. 17th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relativej
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max
and Family
1510 S.W. 25th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David
and Family
1725 S.W. 16th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ard Mrs. H Mack
821 SW. 23rd Avenue
Wish Ail Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Melts
and Family
1439 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N Maer
675 Tamiami Canal Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Meltier
and Family
1635 S.W. 1st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lesser
and Family
510 West 31st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin
and Sol Levin
212 N.W. 24th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lipinsky
and Sons. Joel and Stuart
1334 Daytonia Road
Biscayne Poir.t
Wish A'l Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton
and Family
651 47th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
Donna. Jay ar.d Randy
3414 Prairie Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Merliss
941 S.W. 6th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer
and Children,
Samuel, Arna and Josiah
2470 S.W. 24th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. I
and Family
512 S.W. 21st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
N
Dr. and Mrs. Harry N*
and Daughter. Felieu
310 East DiLido DtW
Wish All Their
Friends and Rela"*
A HAPPY NEW rEAR
Mrs Bess Nelson
and Son. Burton
5950 LaGorce Dr.
Wish All They
Friends and ReWi
A HAPPY NEWYEAR^
Louis and Frances Makovsky
825 West Avenue. Apt. 1
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Cantor and Mrs. Joseph Malek
and Family
1561 Lenox Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Meyers
and Soni. Stephen and Jared
1710 N.W. 6th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Murray Lis
2493 S.W. 26th Lane
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. M Malmud
Daughters Son-in-laws
and Grandchildren
463 S.W. 28th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY MEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Family
5313 La Gorce Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I^BIBMM
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Miller
and Daughter. Michael Ann
200 N.W. 41st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving tf4
and Family
1320 Michigan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and RetaWj
A HAPPY NEW}^

*. < *. *. sjn


)AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
-Jewlst ncrkJton
inces Rubin Hosts
i Hadassah Group
fee first Israeli Group of Ha-
waii's board meeting of the
[', will be held on Wednes-
October 3rd, 10:30 a.m. in
[ oom of the Nautilus Ho-
Miami Beach.
Jt-s. Irving Westin, president,
mcd that Mrs. Frances
[in will bo the luncheon hos-
Cards will follow.
imi Center Sees Play
Ljh and adult activities are
fin;; in'" lu" swin3 at the Mi-
Jewish Community Center,
ding to an announcement
Bi-n Ess n, president
, the beginning of ea'h sea-
i : confi anted with
requests for the formation
Rd gioups and
: Cer.ter
\ p oi a variety of activi-
1 tivitiea
\- c< nti r, :- .-. iw pre-
i f inten sted mem-
i forming
with its revital-
Ihe A jit Social
PAGE 13 B
Dr. Blumenthal To Conduct Courses
In Marriage And Family Relations
Announcement has been made ducted for five consecutive week-
: of the organization of two group ly sessions of two hours each
workshops in Preparation for | Preparation for Marriage work-
gist and marriage counsellor in shop will begin Mondr.v evening
] Private practice in Miami. October 15. The workship in
Marriage and in Marriage and Marriage and the Family will
the family by Dr. Seymour M. start Thursday evening, October
Blumentr.al. consultirg psycholo- 18. While there are a number of
Each workship will be con- places being considered where
| these workshops may be con-
mr_j|_._ -, i ducted, it is planned to conduct
MiaUtman W Otnun them in the geographical areas in
To Study Hvport $*!!*
SM&f? thf a^J tud.nt. conducting special Rosh Hashona
Beach Chilis ^ Tl .""JESte 918 61h Slreet- Miami
Shniro lit. S e? *2 n9h' "'" Seymour Spolter. Sidney
Shapiro. Jerry Ginzburg, Samuel Feder. Irving Kelemer ard
Nathaniel Lauer. Moshe Sachs blows the shofar KCl*raer and
When the Kcdimah Chapter,
Pioneer Women, meet on Thurs-
day, October 4th, 8:15 cm. at the
Miami Hebrew School ar.d Con-
gregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Avenue,
Interested unmarried and mar-
ried adults are urged to register
early. Registration in each work-
shop is limited to twenty persons
in order to insure the maximum
Mrs. Leo Goldman, delegate to of benefits to be derived.
Group of the Center is sponsor-
ing an evening of entertainment
and social dancing this Saturday
ewr.ing, September 29th, at 8:15
p.m. The popular on< -act play
Love Swept Out will be pre-
sented in the auditorium by the
Beach "Y" Theater Guild with an
all star cast. Dancing will follow
on the patio.
"~Zf-----T-----------------------------
the recent Chicago convention of
j the organization, will report on
/. ,...,. -, .. highlights and happenirgs there,
UOOd Will Group Meets M:'.:. Fred Sandier, president, an-
noun
The Good Will
oi
Group
Greater Miami held its first reg-
ular meeting of the Fall
rday at the Beth-E! audi-
torium.
Plans were 1 for a
game party which will take place
on Saturday evening. October
20th. Mrs. Etna Beck presided.
A dessert card party was
last We In sday by the Ka
women at the home of Mi
ert Cole, 2131 S.W. 21st Terrace,
tended I-..- some 75 p i -
sons. Committee members were
the Mesdames Warn- r, B
ll< r, Kanter, Rudnick
and Sandier.
Tie leadership and discussant
of the workshops, Dr. Blumen-
thal, has b?en an accredited pro-
ma] psychologist and mar-
riage consellor for nini I
years. He is a specialist in mar-
riage counselling, personal and
parent-child adjustment. H-
ly Pi ifi sor hology
and Ci i ist at
the University ol MiamL Pre-
h was associated with
the Domestic Relations Court of
th City of New York.
3o pill^ We^ Say Ci llJost Siappy Hew IJear
lr. and Mrs. Fred Ochs
and Daughter
[79 S.W. 7th Street
All Th .
Relatives
[A HA1 V NEW YEAR
Q
R
and Mrs. Harry Gliphar.t
ant1 So:i. Elmer
1769 N '.''. 6th Street
. All I
Friends and Relatives
[A HA1 l V NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy
and Children,
Lois Ivy and Sidney Mark
5000 Cherokee Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Harry H. Queen Mr and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
919 S.W. 24th Road and Family
Wish All Their 1141 S.W. 10th Street
Friends and Relatives Wish All Their
A HAPPY NEW YEAR Friends and Relatives
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Gpfner
353 S.W. 24th Terrace
Wishes .All Her
J Friends and Relatives
lA HAPPY NEW YEAR
ft. and Mrs. Harry Orlin
and Family
1910 S.W, 7th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Phillips
and Children. Simone and Ivan
1.125 BiarritT Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Plstkin
Son, Stanley and Daughter. Alma
1460 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Fiiends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Albert E. Ossip
235 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
', HAPPY NEW YEAR
Pr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay
and Daughters,
Marcia and Roberta
Wish All Their
I Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ernie and Grace Pallant
and Children
0 N, Michigan Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
i HAPPY NEW YEAR
nd Mrs. Max A. Parness
M.T*u9hter- Sheila Rae
3251 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
intends and Relatives
[A HAPPY NEW YEAR
a"d Mrs. Harry P*rl
and Daughters,
Barbara, PhyUis, Marcia
i, ant* Bernice
"00 S.W 23rd Avenue
Wish All Their
"fends and Relatives
'* HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Platt
and Family
4519 S.W. 16th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Pokress
605 Lincoln Road
- Wishes All His
Friends ar.d Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Henry Rabin
and Family
2166 N.W. 2ndfctreet
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. ar.d Mrs. Julian Rickles
and Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin
and Daughter, Lynn
1446 Lenox Avenue
Wish All Their
Fiiends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sonia and Jack Robbins
2185 S.W. 19th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Rabinowitz
and Family
2373 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Rome
and Son, Stuart Lance
1308 El Rado Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Pomerantz
and Daughter, Helena
1239 15th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont
Edwin Stephen and Judy Lyn
2101 S.W. 4th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff
and' Family
3230 N.W. 7th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Romer
and Family
9224 Emerson Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Rafkind
and Andy
3711 S.W. 27th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Price
and Family
2140 S.W. 20th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Propper
and Son, Irving H. Propper
1995 S.W. 33rd Court
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
1011 S.W. 25th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
d Mrs. A. Pepper
.Wish All Their
tends and Relatives
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Fri
P- "d Mrs. Morris Pepper
lea. V10 FamUy
16831 S.W 17th Street
-Wish All Their
lAilnnand Stives
[l^APPY NEW YEAR
1 Mrs. Sidney P.pp.r
Friish AU Thejr
lAHrd>nand Rel*tives
IA HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchkoff
and Family
1550 S.W. 16th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pulver
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milford S. Purcel
Mrs. M. D. Coplan
Norman, Arlyne and Ronnie
5838 Collins Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rappaport
1048 S.W. 5th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Rayvis
and Family
1375 S.W. 18th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M Rose
and Family
1545 Collins Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Paltial Rosen
and Family
3541 Flamingo Dr.
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rosenberg
and Family
1820 S.W. 6th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ravits
and Family
345 Fairway Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reimer
Mare Grande Hotel
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard
and Children.
Faith. Arnold and Sharon
2221 S.W. 2nd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblitt
and Family
1580 S.W. 2nd Street
Wish All Tneir
Friends and l.elatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Roseablum
1881 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld
and Carol
1500 S.W. 22nd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten
and Family
5860 Pinetree Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
and Son, Morion
1401 Alton Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R
Mrs. Sophie Rosenthal
and Family
1501 N.E. 1st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR ___
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ross..ar.
and Children
Norman. Jr. and Sally Jo
4455 Prairie Avenue
Wish All Their
Fiiends 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. Rebecca Rolhman
and Family
940 10th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Rothstein
and Daughter, Iris
1519 S.W. 19th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A H/.DPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rubel
and Family
203 23 rd Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
1435 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin
and Sons, Phillip and Don
2353 S.W. 5th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. M. S. (Frances N.) Rubin
Nautilus Hotel
Wishes AU Her
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
4494 Adams Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rutansky
and Son. Irwin
10402 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Irving Saal
1125 S.W. 5th Street
Wishes All His
Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PAGE 14 B
*Jen1st Fhridfor
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
28, 19S1
Mount Sinai Opens Physiotherapy
Department; Conducts Nurse School
pletion ol M nl Sinai H ipital's Department of Physi al
Medicine and Rehabilitation meed today by Samuel Gert-
i icecutive director. Preparations for organism*: personnel and
acauiring equipment have been in the process of forrrulation for
ting Wednesday the week past, the depart
be open three day- Mondays, Wednes lays and Fridays.
With a swimming pool on the seases. The department will be
sj-ounds of the Hospital and its headed bv Dr. Meyer J. Glick
modern equipment just installed, and Dr. Samuel B. Kleinman of
Mount Sinai's Deoartment of the Hospital staff who will be
tica] Medicine and Rehabili- assisted by experienced technic-
tation affords every facility for ians.
the treatment of disorders now Whirlpool baths and Mount
recognized as responding to hy- Sinai's outdoor swimming pool
drotherapv. electrotherapv. ther- will form the focal points of re-
massage and OC- habilitation treatment for those
cupational therapy. receiving hydro-therapy. Para-
At Mount Sinai, the Depart- plegics. sufferers from arthritis
ment of Physical Medicine and and cerebral palsy patients will
Rehabilitation should prove of be among the many types of
great help to physicians in has- cases to be treated in the new de-
rig convalescence of their pa- partment.
; in treating new di- The department will provide
consultation service to aid in the
diagnosis and treatment of cer-
tain diseases, outline types of
py and administration of
routine and special treatments.
: vise the use of special diag-
C and therapeutic instru-
ments and apparatus, educate the
nursing and house staffs in phys-
ical medicine and rehabilitation.
an I conduct investigations and
research in the field.
It has also been announced
that students enrolled in Mount
Sinji Hospital's newly instituted
School of Practical Nursing were
guests of honor recently at a re-
ception given by the members of
the Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai in the Nurses' Residence
Hall.
A planned orientation program
to familiarize the students who
have arrived from various states
of the union with the Miami and
Miami Beach area prior to the
beginning of classes on Septem-
ber 24th was arranged by Miss
Frieda Lcbensbaum, director of
the School of Nursing. The pro-
gram included boat. and bus
to places of local interest.
The School's faculty includes:
Gloria Mayer, Instructor in
Related Nursing Subjects; Miss
Gertrude Gallagher. Instructor in
Nutrition and Cookery; Miss
Anita Amsel. Instructor in First
Aid and Bandaging; and Miss
Lebersbaum. Director of Educa-
tion and Nursing Arts.
Faculty members will be as-
sisted by the nursing supervisory
staff of Mount Sinai .which in-
cludes Miss Mildred Ann Vogel,
director of Nursing: Miss Lillian
Schwart. assistant director of
Nursing; and Mrs. Doris Miller,
unit supervisor, who will have
clinical supervision of the student
body.
Students will be admitted to the
School for Practical Nursing
three times yearly. The next
class will start in January and
the third the following May.
Qualifications for entrap
quire that the applicant
jtween the ages of 17'-, ane, **
! be in excellent mental 'andd3
sical health, and have fe
school education or its 1, lgil
"*, Living quarters\^2
vided for the students ft, t &
pital grounds. e Hos-
Samuel Gertner, executive a
I rector of Mount Sinai Hosniw
.attended the 53rd Annual?-'1
vention of the American T
pite.1 Association held ,n St ul
fm Scomber 17th thS
,20th. Some 4500 hospital S*
sentatives from all section,
the United States were ZJ
In addition to a full S
of educational meetings plus edu
cational and technical exhibit
the convention delegates also
considered the subject of a joint
hospital accreditation program a
conjunction with the America
I College of Physicians, the Ame--
i ican College of Surgeons, ar.d t^'.
American Medical Association
So (ill We Say C( lllost ?(appy Hew Xjear
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lester Saal
~_ and Daughter. Faith
_ 245 S V* 25th Tei:.-
v.
lives
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Saal
and Child..>n. Stanley and Ruth
1500 S.W 121
Wi
Is nd
A HAPPY NEW YEA
Dr. and Mrs. Ira M. Schwartz
and Children. Vicki and Richard
3330 S.W. 17th Str!- I
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY MEW YEAR
Dr and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
24b'0 S.W 25th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jack Schwarti
ar.d Son. Alvin
65 S.W. 28th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Sachs
and Family
2039 S ''' 171 ".
\
F nd: ind R I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sackett
and Sors, Coleman and Harvey
S '' 21 '
Wish All
r-.ds and I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Julius W. Schwarti
2240 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All T:
F: iends and K< latives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwarti
and Family
2200 Brickell Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. ar.d Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway
and Children
David Irwin and Lestjr Frederick
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir
511 N.W. 40th Court
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapero
and Son, Bob
and Daughter, Beverly
1861 S.W. 21st Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends ;ujd Relatives
A HAPP^NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs George J. Saft
and Children. Sandra and Allen
S W 20th S
Wish All Tl .
.-...
. HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sachs
and Family
2 S ''.' 25tl Streel
All '.
tivi
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mrs Julius Samuels
and Family
25a .' E 51st Si
Wish All Their

.. HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Robert I. Schwart2
and Family
6134 S.W 25th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Schwariiman
and Children. Robert and Roslyn
6225 Alton Road
Wish All Their
F: lends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harold Shapiro
2315 Pinetree Drive
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs Samuel S. Siker
and Family
1634 Biarritz rive,
N'ormandv Isle
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ben Silver
and Daughters
Mary Ellen and Arlene
1740 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver
and Sons. David and Ira
710 S.W. 21st Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY-NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepua
" and Family
1690 S.W. 1st Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sobel
and Daughters. Marcia and Helia
2181 S.W. 21st Terrace
Wish All 1
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Socobi
and Family
1601 S.W. 16; A ..:.'.::
Wish All T
Friends and Reli
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Margaret Shapiro
and Family
1520 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. ardors. Jandon Schwarz
and Children.
Helen-Jo and Harold
2225 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Reiativi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff
and Family
318 S.W. 28th Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. B. Shear
and Son, Joseph
3500 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver
and Sons. Dennis and Wayne
707 Malaga Avenue. Coral Gables
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Silverman
ar.d Son, Preston
and Daughter, Ina
1923 S.W. 23rd Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Solomu
and Children. Linda and Richard
3410 S.W. lit:. Street
Wish All T:
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Solomon
and Son. Daniel
1100 S.W. 35th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro Mr and Mr- ,osfPh Schwadron
and Family M ard Children
Brickell Avenue Lo,s ,Maf,0"e. ,nd Adam J,ffrv
Wish All Their 1B4ln?,Y' i?.th^-uVenUe
F *'sh A>' Jh.eir
a HAPPV vpu" vvsp r : iends and Ke.atives
A HAPP^ 2Z2 A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein
and Daughter, Abby
1231 S.W. 12th Court
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sperber
and Family
1844 S.W. 21st Street
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
1391 S.W. 3l
Wish All Their
F: iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEA:
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schafiar
1891 S.W. 3rd Street
Wish All Th<
.nd Reiativi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr and Mrs. Samual M. Schaffer
and Children. Roger and Pamela
2145 S.W 17th Street
Wish All Their
F: iends and R' tivi
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
2100 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Th
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Schermer
and Childi2n. Phyllis Theima
and Milton Harold
1611 Euclid Avei
Wish All Their
Friends and Relativ
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel
1600 Meridian Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzmar
and Daughters Susan and Linda
350 S.W. 28th Rd.
Wish All Then
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott
and Children
Sheldon and Connie
1791 S.W. 16th Terrace
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPV NEW YEAR
Harold J S->gsl
630 Lincoln Road
Wishes All His
Friends and- Relati
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman
and Family
1850 Bay Drive. Normandv Isle
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Benjamin Sherry
and Daughters, Hazel and Janice
4214 Post Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR !
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherzer
and Children, Carol and Bobby
2711 Greenwood Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevach
and Allen Brooks
and Eileen Barbara
3426 Prairie Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon
and Family
2301 N.W. 27th Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Sperlinj
and Sons. Stephen and Jerry
1915 South Miami Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simon
and Family
1045 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
5925 N. Bayshore Drive
Wishes All His
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Sperling
and Family
3545 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore B. Simkowiiz
and Children,
Elizabeth. Michael and Sarah
3176 Royal Palm Avenue
Wish All Then
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero
and Family
920 Pennsylvania Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Louis Segal
and Sons. Samuel. Bernard
and Irwin
2 '56 S.W. 26th Street
Wish All Their
Friends and R. !;,
____A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seidman
and Daughters. Ruth and Sally
601 S.W. 20th R,.a I
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
____A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
327 Jefferson Avenue
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs Leon Shiff
and Daughter. Riva
5940 S.W. 5th Terrace
Wish All Tin.:
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro
Their Child.an, and
Grandchildren
1520 West Avenue
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sindell
and Children. Harlan and Ruthi*
435 E. Rivo Alto Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Singer
and Family
1322 S.W. 12th Avenue
Wish All Their
Fi iends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sigelbaum
and Son. Lester
' 2880 Pinetree Drive
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Sons. Dick and Josh
2024 N. Bav Road
Wish All Their
Priends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sklar
and Son, Walter
1300 Biseayne Point Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelo"
and Sons,
Bob, Max. Fred and Guy
375 S.W. 20th Road
Wish All Then
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAB^ j
Mr. and Mrs. Martin *l*
and Children Natalie B"_*JT
2509 Swanson Ave.. C. Oiw
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEWJTEAB^
Mr. and Mrs. ~Ch.rU. Spins"" |
2910 S.W. 10th Street
Wish All Then-
Friends and Relative*
A HAPPY NEW \EAR_
M7"and Mrs. Jack Stein
and sons, Larry and MM*
243 s.w. sist coun
Wish All Their
Friends and Rel.t.J
A HAPPY_KEW -
Dr. and Mrs. VrMMmffg^
and Daughter. Brtndi. H
420 S W. 24th R3(1
Wish All Their
Friends and
A HAPPY NEW YEAS


r
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
JmUti fkridiar
PAGE 15 B
Canlor Berele Kelemer and choir of students of the Miami HK,.. c u ,
will chant the High Holiday Services at their building ,101 S W m a School and Congregation
,ef, o right: Melvin Br.mbler. Harvey Meltzer. Douglas SchwaTts ^^0?^- l\' ^ "^
Steinberg. Mark Steinberg and Irving K.lemer. Back row le lQ Slht Iu ^ ""^ RiCha'd
K. Becker. Errol Gillis and Myron Coulton. 9ht: AUred M1J. Matth.
hew
Horslpy To Run
For I o in miss ion
Miami insurance exeeutive
J.-!< k Worstey formally made his
bid as a candidate for the Miami
city commission when he filed
a S100 qualifying fee with city
clerk Frank Correl.
Horslev has served as official
representative of the Florida
Junior Chamber of Commerce to
the last state legislature and cam-
paigned there to urge passage of
anii-gambling legislation. The
statewide movement to abolish
the black market baby racket
was spearheaded by him. and he
has been a leader in the Miami
Jaycees for many years.
A resident- of Miami for 24
years. Horsley is a graduate of
local schools and of the Georgia
Military College. With his wife
Louise, son Jack, 12, and daugh-
ter Bonnie, 5, he lives at 4115 S
,W. 42nd Ave.
Horsley volunteered for serv-
lice during the war but was de-
ferred. He worked at local ship-
yards and the U.S. Navy ship-
yard at Panama. He is currently
W ving as president of the Amer-
ican Power Boat Association.
"My platform includes those
problems which are of prime im-
portance to Miami," Mr. Horsley
stated. I have found that the
people favor a city commissioner
free from political interference.
The sewerage system and its
completion is of immediate con-
cern. In addition to these prob-
lems, the FEC question concern-
ing the removal of their tracks
and station from downtown Mi-
ami is a major issue.
"As a city commisioner. I'll
do everything to help continue
the crackdown on gambling vio-
lations and help to work out a
solution for the city's parking
and traffic problems."
So Gil We &yXZ Most MappyTh* Hear"
Mrs. Mary Stepkin
Wishes All Hee.
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Stern
and Family
2108 Normandv Drive, M. B.
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stern
and Children. Eugene and Roger
1947 S.W. 22nd Terrace
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Dr. and Mrs. Harry Tarr
and Children.
Steve, Bernard and Barbara
4040 N.W. 6th Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman
and Daughter. Adele
1410 Euclid Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Siernshein
and Children. Frances and Alan
1128 S.W. 21st Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. David Tepper
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1221 Collins Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw
and Children
422 S.W. 25th Road
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
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2210 S.W. 17th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. R. Sliebel
and Daughter, Jeanne
2222 S.W. 9th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Israel Toby
and Daughter, Sheila, and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Druker
850 81st Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weger
and Son
2027 S.W. 6th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Weit*
and Family
4201 Royal Palm Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice M. Weltman
and Family
264 N.W. 91st Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaff
and Family
300 S.W. 23rd Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone
and Son, Robert
845 Fairway Drive
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stotland
3370 S.W. 2nd Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sussman
and Family
3701 Pinetree Drive
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I ?lrI *"d,,Mrs- Emest Sussmann
and Children. Julia and Richard
2138 N.W. 43rd Street
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_A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sussman
and Daughter. Joyce
1530 West Avenue
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friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby
and Sons
669 N. W. 8th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig
and Sons. Leonard, Robert
and Walter
2131 S.W. 15th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg
and Daughters. Arlyne and Varna
2264 S.W. 2nd Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman
and Sons. Warren and Dennis
1500 S.W. 1st Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis
and Sons
1668 S.W. 14th Terrace
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Barbara
3020 S.W. 4th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Family
1710 Lenox Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Georga P. Werbel
2410 S.W. 18th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
and Sons. Mark and Gary
7529 Bounty Avenue,
Treasure Island
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Mrs. Helen Tuman
and Children, Barry and Diane
Scott Bryan Apartments
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tunick
and Family
1240 15th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle
and Sons. Dickie and Donnie
2101 S.W. 13th Avenue
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Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
and Daughter, Romelle
2378 Prairie Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk
41 S.W. 16th Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
and Sons. Gibbs and Herbert
San Marino Island
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zemel
and Sons. Nathaniel and Edward
3121 Prairie Avenue
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Mrs. David Ziff
1348 S.W. 17th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner
Michael Jeffrey and Karen Lynn
2190 S.W. 16th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman
and Family
1134 S.W. 9th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
111 S.W. 30th Road
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Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wishner
704 71st Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Lou H. Zissen
and Family
2112 S.W. 22nd Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman
and Family
1155 S.W. 24th Avenue-
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
"51 Sheridan Avenue
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rnends and Relatives
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Mrs. Irene B. Tager
Hotel Everglades
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell
and Children,
Mark Philip and Cheryl Sue
560 S.W. 9th Street
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u
Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Weinstein
and Daughter
2615 S.W. 4th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Udell
and Son, Buddy
241 28th Street
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Mr and Mrs. I. Tannen
-n ,*nd F*m>ly
w Mcdn Avenue
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AB.nSSnand Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
' Mr. S.^Th~s^
. and Family
w A".,son Road
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A wSSL"- Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten
and Family ,
Vandcrbilt Hotel
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Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein
11 Palm Island
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wittan
and Family
9049 Carlvle Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Too Late To Classify
Mr. and Mrs. Al Weiss
and Family
1860 S.W 14th Terrace
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Joseph Weiss
and Family
610 S.W. 18th Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Wolff
and Children.
Carol Jean and Henry Jr.
5077 N. Bay Rd.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hollander
and Daughter. Roberta
220 29th Street, M. B.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. A. Katz
and Family-
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolff
5979 Alton Road
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mrs. Hyman Y. Waldorf
and Family
3002 N. W. 7th Avenue
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. Weiss
and Family
2355 S.W. 27th Street
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Wolkowsky
and Son
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wolkowsky
4265 N. Meridian Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin
and Son. Allen
1021 W. 46th Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
1618 West Avenue
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wucher
and Sons. Raymond and Jay
940 N.W. 39th Court
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Thompson
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Louis Aronowits
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Minnie McWhorler
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Son. Jimmy
Mrs. Rose Hartz
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Helen Alperi
and Children
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Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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-JeHlstrkrkHan
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2fi
Letters To The Editor
Jewish Floridian.
Miami. Florida
Dear Sir:
I read with interest the article
of Harry Simonhoff entitled
'Conservative Pacifism in B'rai
B'rith."' in the September 14th is-
sue of the Floridian.
I do not want to engage in any
dispute with Mr. Simonhoff. since
1 have had the pleasure of work
ing with him in community activ-
ities for many years and consider
him a friend. It was also my hon-
or to have Mr. Simonhoff make
the seconding speech in my be-
half prior to my election to the
Presidency of Sholem Lodge of
B'r.ai B'rith several years ago.
However. I deeply regret that
he found it necessary five years
after a particular incident, to at-
tack a national organization such
;s B'nii B'rith and a particular
;e in our area. B'nai B'rith
r.eed make no apology for its ex-
for tta b tivitivies;
are no organizations in the
n-Jewish, that
n the over-all pic-
vn re-
ligions and tr< mmun-
y B'nai B';:; ia the oldest and
service organiza-
I :. .:-. tin- world. It is the unify -
iree in Jewish organization
..:. sin its p tafc
1 Orthodox, C in-
live and Reform ar.d those
cone* pts cover evei y i
thinking. B'nai B'rit
;.xi-> to gnr.d but is only inter-
ested in accomplishing the
good for the greater num >:.
B'nai B'rith sponors 200 Hillel
Foundations caring for 200.000
Jewish students in the United
States. Canada. Cuba. England
ar.d Israel, and B'nai B'rith does
not ask these students whether
their parents are affiliated with
B'nai B'rith when rendering serv-
.ce to them. Similarly to the
100.000 graduates of the Junioi
Order of B'nai B'rith. no ques-
Federation Books Audit
Made As Public Service
During the past ten years, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
r.as received gratis the services
of five major accounting firms in
the Miami area.
Spokesmen for Federation an-
nounced recently that a re-integra-
tion of these services is about to
take piact. In addition to Feder-
ation's permanent comptroller.
the five accounting firms had pre-
: reviously been ir.vited collec-
tively to aid in auditing the or-
ganization's books. They included
the firms: Abess. Morgan. Altt-
mus ar.d Weinb-.-ig; B'umin and
Roberts; M. C Furman: Lefcourt.
Weber and Thompson: and Calla-
han and Stuzm.
The new plan, it has been re-
rted call for tw
of individual aid during
firm at a time, in col-
laboration with Federal
compti r, .'.ill act ,i- auditor.
Tr.e :.:.-: certified, accountants
called upon were Abe>*. M
All n u< and We-inberg.
MRS. LEON GARDNER
and MR. and MRS.
LLOYD GARDNER
EXTEXD BEST WISHES FOR A
HAFPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Friends
tior.s were ever asked as to
whether they were- ricr. or poor or
what particular beliefs in speci-
fic ideogies of Jewish life they
adhered to. The B'nai B'rith
sponsored old age homes, orphan-
ages and hospitals such as the
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital in
Hot Springs. Arkansas, which
attest to the great philanthropic
arm of B'nai B'rith. The Anti-dc-
famation League of B'nai B'rith
is one of the strongest forces in
this countrv fostering the demo-
cratic American way of life. The'
rational Jewish Monthly of
B'nai B'rith has the largest cir-
culation in the United States for
an English magazine with Jewish
content.
However, primariy. this is my
open litter to the Jewish
munitv to give them factual in-
formation about B'nai B'rith's
ii tributions t i Israel. This in-
formation is in most instances not
known at all and it is n't fair t
make disparaging remarks as are
reflected in Mr S.
tide urless the true and entire
picture- is presei ted I i the public
Chaim Weitzmann, President of
Israi 1. is a member of B'nai B : ith
and founder of a Lodge in Great
Britain In 1941 in Chicago, he
"I an not oi e of thi
jts wh i most lieve that
B nai B'rith interests in the re- .
construction of Palestine is of but '
r< cent vintage. It is an interest
a_-d support that is almost as old
as B'nai B'rith, Onlv recently, I
learned that tr.e very lirst over-
seas appeal which B'nai B'rith
answered came from Palestine in
1865 when Sir Moses Montefiore
was raising funds for Eretz Is- ,
rael. That, mird you. was more '
than thirty years before the first
World Zionists Congress. Ever
since then, we of B'nai B'rith ]
and I say 'we' advisedly, for I
am a member of B'nai B'rith and |
have been for many yearshave '
played our part in the develop-
ment of the Jewish National
home. I remember when I was in ;
Chicago in 1924 and spoke in be-
half of the Hebrew University.
At that time B'nai B'rith estab-
lished a number of fellowships
at the Hebrew University."
In May of 1949. in Boston, j
Mass., Mrs. Eliahu Elath. Ambas-
sador of Israel to the United '
States stated: '"Israel will never
forget the assistance and help
rendered to it bv the B'nai B'rith
in both its past struggle for Na- j
tionhood. in Jhe battle for physi- '
cal survival and in its present
fig] t for its own progress and
for the welfare of all Jews wait-
ing to come within its borders." .
Today there are- 34 B'nai B'rith
Lodges in Israel. A farmer is the
president of the newest one: a la-
borer is president of another. I
cite these examples because Mr.
Simonhoof states: "The- B'nai
B'rith ideals appeal to the middle-
class comfortable in economics
ar.d established in a business or
profession." There is on street
in Tel Aviv and similarly in Jeru-
salem known as B'nai B'rith
Si eet. The first B'nai B'rith
Lodge- in Jerusalem was organ-
ized in 1888. Some of it-
bers were Professor David
Yellin, Chaim Nachman Bialik
(the National poet), Nahum So-
. one time Pri sident of the
National Zionist organization, M.
M. Ussishkin, Prsidcnt of the
Ji .'. i.-h National Fund and Maeir
. Mayor of Tel Aviv.
B'ni.i B'rith nationally from 1865
has made the following contribu-
tions to Israel over and
' has been done by individual
(liven aid to the Hi
in Je isalem and
the Haifa Technicum, founded
immigrants hostels in Jerusalem,
operates a community kitchen in
Tel Aviv, sponsors a childrens
reading room and library in Tel
Aviv, maintains a home for the
aged in Haifa, maintains the
Beth David Health Resort in Ti-
ber%, donated $100,000 to the
Jewish National Fund for 1936.
in 1941. gave an additional $100.-
000 for the establishment of
B'nai B'nth colony in honor of
Presidtnt Henry Monsky (in ad-
dition to planting many forests),
contributed $25,000 to Youth Ali-
yah. supports the Daniel Sieff Re-
si arch Institute at Rehovoth. the
Palestine Hebrew Fund and the
Haifa School, donated $50,000 to
the Weitzmann Research Founda-
tion & Institute, founded the
B'nai B'rith childrer.s home in
Israel, etc.
So there ,. a most intense
Aid to Israel" program. Four
million dollars in food, clothing,
medicine, machinery, tools, am-
bulances and recreational mate-
rials were shipped to Israel in one
year alone As for the work of
B'nai B'rith in securing recogni-
tion of Israel bv the United
States, it is interesting to note
that Pi side t Truman's former
late, Eddie Jacob-
son, is a member of B'nai B'rith
and that he arid President Gold-
man of B'nai B'rith visited Presi-
dent Truman on many occasions
during the crucial period of 1947
to 1949 in behalf of Israel. On
January 31. 1949, when the Unit-
ed States granted de jure recog-
nition to Israel the announcement
was signed at the White House
only in the presence of the Sec-
retary of the Treasury, John Sny-
der. President Goldman of B'nai
B'rith. Executive Secretary Bis-
gyer of B'nai B'rith and Brother
Eddie Jacobson. The record is
thus straight. I hope once and
for all, that B'nai B'rith has not
recently jumped on any Israeli
band-wagon, but has been in the
forefront sir.ee 1865 in rendering
assistance and aid to Jews in
Palestine and establishing Israel
as a Nation.
Most sincerely,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
DR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
and Family
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS
MAYER ABRAMOWTTJ
and Family
Extend Best Wish* J0I .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
North Shore Jewish Ceote
nd lo All jewry
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 to all Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
WISH FOR THE MEMBERS
AND OFFICERS OF BET8
SHOLOM CENTER. ITS SIS-
TERHOOD AND JEWRY AT
LARGE
_^_____A HAPPY NEW YEAH
RABBI and MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter Rena Rahel
and Sons, Eirom Zev and
David Joseph
wish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Miami Beach.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI
ABRAHAM CASSEL
Extends heartfelt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
io the members of Kneselh
Israel, the Sisterhood and to
the entire Jewish community
of Greater Miami.
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
Wishes for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and officers
of West Miami Jewish Center.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and pufel
ularly the members of TEMPI! |
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPER0lj|
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB J. HONIG
and Sons
Extend Best Wishes for e
HAPPY NEW YEAH
to the members oi
The Jewish Community
Hollywood, Florida
nd to All Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
RABBI and MRS.
MARIUS RANSON
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
FORT LAUDERDALE
RABBI
MARVIN ZELKOWITZ
EXTENDS BEST WISHES
To the Members of the
Downtown Synagogue 'Old Beth
David). Its Sisterhood and
Affiliates and to All Israel
RABBI AND MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish ior the Members
Ahavas Israel Synaaan
Its Auxiliary and the Ena
Jewish Community a Yecro
Peace and Joy
We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our
Relatives and Friends
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner
and Daughter Ava !,
RABBI and MRS.
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 to all
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and Sons
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
CONGREGATION BETH
TFILAH
And Its Auxiliary and to
Klal Yisroel
for a
KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS A. SK0P
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes te
Members and Offices
Corel Gables Jewish Cent"
Its Sisterhood and the Gte
Miami Jewish Community:
a Happy New Year

*
DR. and MRS.
DONALD MICHELSON
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OF JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finlev Binder
and Sons
I. Louis, Mauriee Jeffry
and Jonathan Mark "
RABBI and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
N EW Y E A R
to the officers, directors and
members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filiated organisation! and te
all Jewry.
RABBI and MRS-
MAX SHAPIRO
Daughter and Son
Wish for all Jewry, and fj
ularly the members and N|
of Beth Darid Congress*^
A HAPPY AND PROSjO0-
NEW YEAR
To the Rabbis and their Congregations of the St I
Florida. Greetings: May God hear your prayers on I
Holy Day.. md g,^ you ^ a Y#ar of Health ann"r
ness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in victon
Peace.
Sincerely,
^acoAH.
President. Florida Rabbinical AssocuW


\
lliKwiisltUEIIioipidliiauo
;AMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
SEC. C
itar For Conspicuous Gallantry ,;
MEW YORK CITY (AJP)
fcaiine Master Sergeant Max
tern. 31. of New York, has been
a-arded a Gold Star in lieu of
second Silver Star medal for
conspicuous gallantry and in-
fepidity in action against the
Bemy in Korea."
I The award was presented to
L Jewish marine by Major Gen-
ral Alfred H. Noble, commar.d-
g general of the Marine Corps
apartment of the Pacific in San
francisco.
I Stein, who returned to the
Initi'd States on March 22. is
low serving as a non-commis-
ioned officer in charge of the
feeort section which handles ar-
ftngements for Marine war dead,
ling to the National Jewish
Felfiire Board.
[The New York marine won the
(ward while serving as a pla-
bon sergeant in an infantry com-
pany near Hagaru-Ri December
(last year.
The citation said that "in the
nit:al enemy attack, Sergeant
itcin received painful wounds
l'the back and shoulder from
nemy mortar fragments." The
fewish fighter disregarded his
>uncls and moved forward to
,i exposed position where he
auld better observe the strength
f the the attack.
Returning to his lines, he
loved back and forth among the
Dembers of his platoon, shouting
orda of encouragement and in-
juring them to greater efforts,"
Be citation added. "While sup-
vising and directing the ac-
lirate and effective fire -of his
platoon, he received another
round."
Stein was credited with being
directly instrumental in the re-
elhng of the enemy attack and
ontributed materially to the
liccess achieved by his oom-
any."
Stein, son of Mrs. Rose Stein
If New York, enlisted in Mw
larine Corps in June 1940 and
las in action in the Pacific dur-
[12 World War II.
A former student of the Textile
All the excitement that accompanied the struggle for inde-
pendence in Palestine is incorporated in "Of Blood and Oil: With
the Israeli Underground," a novel by Dr. Erwin Arnovitz, 31-year-
old University of Pittsburgh graduate, who is practicing medicine
in Duquesne, Pa.
Exposition Press, publishers of this brief but interesting novel, re-
vealed very recently that a series of letters received by Dr. Arnovitz
from the late Dr. Chaim Sersen,
who fought in the Negev with threw himself into the struggle
the Israel forces under an as-1 fr liberty,
sumed name, supplied the back- "Of Blood and Oil" ends with
ground for the new novel.
an interesting note referring to
"Of Blood and Oil" is the 'the reopening of the road to Jer-
ncj om a <: tho I'mii/ Hn' our
Sgt. Stein's gallantry in action won him the Gold Star award.
He is shown being presented by Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Noble, of the
Marine Corps.
High School in New York, he
worked for a theater chain be-
fore enlisting.
story of the American physic-
ian who was drawn into the
conflict for Israel's freedom.
There are inner struggles which
disturb our hero who was at-
tracted into the movement by a
young girl who came to enlist
his efforts. In the course of
time, he becomes an important
part of the fighting elements.
It is the story of an idealist,
of a man who sheds cynicism to
make himself an important cog
in a rapidly-moving wheel that
strives for progress by means of
arms.
The tough fighting is described
in all its realism. From the ex-
periences with his brothers-in-
arms, Dr. Fabian regains his own
strength of character, the warmth
of his feelings for his fellow-men,
the devotion with which he
usalem. As "the President cut
the ribbon across the road .
there was scarcely a dry eye as
we watched a tired old man at
the head of a beaten, tortured
and murdered people straighten-
his back and going on."
That's it: the story of a peo-
ple straightening its back and
winning by force of arms.
This novel will be read with
keen interest by all who show
concern over Israel's past and
future.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
28. 1951
By DAVID NUSSBAL'M
(Copyi Iffht, 19611 Jew Isfa Telegraphic
Aitt ncy, Inc. >
UNITED NATIONS. NY.
Diplomatically, the past year for
Israel was marked by two major
way, the Israel amendment waa
to turnish the theoretical basis
for a settlement at the Parallel
nine months later.
Israel Named to Peace
Observation Group
As a consequence of these
trends. On the one hand the new ..,hi,.d force- activities for peace,
state came into its own m the Isiael was named bv the Assem-
diplomatic world as a leading blv to its 14.member peace ob.
and influential middle force in servation Committee, which it
the politics and strategy of cold was fondlv ho d Wl)uld become
war. Subsequently. Israel found a fcev element in the U N s
itself in the role of victim of cold peace-keeping machinery around
war politics and strategy, a vie- the globe IsraeI-s seiection was
t.mization that threatens its ec- recognized as a signal achieve-
onomic and political growth. mem for the organizations new-
There is more than the obvious est member but one (Indonesia),
relationship between these two _, ,.. ..
seeminglv contradictory develop- The 9a0 session witnessed oth-
ments. The obvious one is that e!" vtur,les fr Israel Jhe Cath-
the second is a kind of punish- l>c-MosIem drive to rob the state
ment for the first. In the cur- f ,lts fPnt"al. not actual, cap-
rent intensified stage of the cold .tal- J,f,rus,ale' collapsed The
war. as Israels experience shows, Assembly finally accepted the li-
lt is unhealthy for a small power rael v,ew Jregard'"gJ the Arab
to trv to swing in an orbit of its refuees and switched trom em-
pnasis on repatriation to emph-
asis on resettlement in Arab
lands: it set uo a "Teintegration
tort^TmeHorateEast-Wert'con- fund" f.?rJ,hat resettlement. It;
flict has won it disfavor in the ,also ,.called. for "d,rect negotia- ,
United States State Department. l}on? for lasting peace between
But there is a more subtle re- A.r.ab and Jew- formula repeat-
lationship between t h e two *dl>' demanded by Israel, and
trends that have shaped Israel's decided to form a group to study
diplomatic vear. The treatment the compensation, question in co-
Israel has received from the "Potion with the Israel Govem-
Western powers in the past four lrent
months has demonstrated, per- Then, with the new year, came
haps more illuminatingly than in tre awakening. The Arabs, after
the case of anv other small na- sulking for several months in
tion. how essential to a country's ,i!'"' tents, came forth to do bat-
wvll-being and development it'is t'e againand turned uo with
to deep-fret/.- th( war. powerful allies Syria leaped on
which had been a r n rn : peaceful development
of Israel foreign iurmg pn I the Jewish state, the
ing
own, independent of either of the
two big antagonists. In the case
of Israel, the young state's ef-
th< previous eighl
Help*ed Work Out Korea
Peace Bid
the Huleh marshes.
Se urity Council promptly
took it up, although the proced-
ure il -Kipping the local armis-
That concerr expi itsell ":" ma hinery was improper.
i .;t the 1950 sessi n : Then the Americans and Brit
the United Nati ins Gen ral As- Pu' ; :- >gether and
sembly but up with a resolution so un-
nd effective expres- precedentedly punitive in its as-
: e Assembly's handling sault on a U N n n ber, so gro-
of the Korean war' It was a tesque in its distortion of em-
act of Korea:, peace principles'1 Phasis and fact that the U.N.
enunciated by Foreign Min- was flabbergasted and Eban
ister Moshe Sharett and then sys- collapsed in the corridor outside
tematized by the- U.N. delegation ,ne Security Council chamber
headed by Ambassador Abba The resolution brought the
Eban which provided the basis Huleh project, of central import-
fo: the Assembly's peace plan ance ,0 ,ne improvement of the
proposed to Communist China. health and welfare of the people
With that contribution to its of. Israel, grinding to a halt, con-
credit the Israel delegation was ,r'ved to make Israel look like
quickly drawn into the center of a menace to the peace of the
the U.K. thinking, consulting and world and blissfully ignored Is-
blueprmting aimed at ending the rael's well-documented com-'
Far East imbroglio. At frequent P'amts against Syrian invasions. .
moments Eban was collared bv Huleh Resolution Severe Blow
the British. Canadians and/or Besides putting a crimp in Is-
Indians for advice, fresh ideas rael's vital development plans,
and even for drafting of resolu- ,h-' chief effect of the resolution
tions and amendments. was to fortify the bellicose plans
Israel wrote and saw adopted of the Arab League Jordan was
overwhelmingly a key amend- -- ,, ......x _T-----------
ment for the American-sponsored m _
resolution that gave back-hand
permission for Dough-.- Mu Arth-
ur to cross the 38th Parallel in
his initial drive up the Peninsula
The effect of the amendment was
to weaken that indirect pi i
sion by distinguishing between
the military objective of beating
back aggression (to the Pa:
and the politicl objective of un-
ifying all Korea. Although Mac-
Arthur crossed the Parallel anv-
selected to lump Israel next, and
if its complaint of alleged over-
salinity of the Jordan River be-
cause ol Israel's nefarious de-
! velopment works comes to the
: Security Council, there is no
. reason to doubt that Washington
will take an equally dim view of
what Israel is doing to the Jor-
dan.
At anv rate, the hostile west-
ern attitude continued when Is-
rael, after exhausting the mixed
' armistice commission machinery
for two "'leisurely" years, called
upon the Security Council to
break Egypt's anti-Israel block-
ade of the Suez Canal. Under
American direction, the Council
stalled the hearings for weeks
and generally adopted an atti-
, tude and approach markedy di-
vergent from that which had
| greeted Syria's complaint against
1 Israel.
On other fronts, the year saw-
no substantial progress in the
realization of the hopes of Jew-
ish organizations everywhere for
an international covenant guar-
anteeing world-wide basic hu-
man rights. The cold war was at
the bottom of this. too. Work on
completing the pact remained
bogged down by Big-Power dis-
trust and suspicion. This was al-
so the case in regard to the Euro-
pean refugee problem. Although I
the Assembly adpoted a Statute j
of the Office of the U.N.'s High
Commissioner for Refugees and
named a CommissionerJ. Van j
Heuven Goedhardt of the Nether- !
landsBig Power tension weak- i
entd the final draft of the con-
vention on refugees finally sign-
ed in July and reduced the sig-
natories to a mere handful.
Hence, the year taught that
Jews and.their national home. Is- !
rael. would benefit little from j
an era marked by a global arms
race, including the building of
military bases throughout the
Arab world, and the ever-hover-
ing shadow of global war.
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Co-Discoverer Of Streptomycin's Dream Is Life On A Farm
By TINA LEVITAN '
If you translate "schatz" a
little freely from the Yiddish,
.'.' u cot "value." Capitalize the
and put Professor Albert in
front of it and you have the
vouthful. thirty-one year old co-
discoverer of streptomycin, the
new -wonder-drug."
it has been a comparatively
hort trip from the raateraity
ward of the William Backus Hos-
nitil to the sudden burst of fame,
and for Professor Albert Schatz
it has been a journey full of the
usual quota of stepping stones
and obstacles.
Scorns New York
\ true New Englander, he re-
fuses to live in New York, and
scorns its crowds and unique
ways of doing things. He was
born on February 20, 1920, in
Norwich, Connecticut, where his
father. Julius Schatz, who had
come to America from Russia,
had settled down to his work in
the construction line. Right from
the start for no good reason we
find Albert eager to the point of
fanaticism about every kind of
plant. At the age of four he al-
ready began building terrana,
and collecting fungi, mushrooms,
mosses, lichens, rocks, minerals,
and other forms of plant life. His
great love of nature to a large
txtent was developed by his an-
nual visits to his grandparent's
farm in up-state Connecticut.
While Albert was still very
young, his mother and father
moved to Passaic, New Jersey,
where there was a good elemen-
tary and high school which he
...ttended. His father and mother
were determined to give all the
advantages they could to him.
[1 was no surprise then to see'
his interest in nature find ex-
pression by his enrollment in the
College of Agriculture at Rutgers
rsity where in 1942 he took
his Bachelor's degree in agricul-
ture, having majored in soil
chemistry and crop production.
As a student he distinguished
ell in his studies and at-
the highest class average,
and in his junior year was elect-
ed to Phi Beta Kappa. Another
linn claimed him when
upon graduation he was the only
n ember of his class elected to.
Sigma Zi. one of the highest hon-
r societies there exists in the
scientific field.
Served In Miami Beach
Soon after he took his degree,
i ur young scholar enlisted in the
Army Air Corps and was assign-
ed to do work in the field of
al and sanitary bacteriology
in the Medical Detachment of the
Army Air Corps Hospitals in Mi- .
ami Beach, Florida. While in the I
. he discovered that there j
was no known drug that could
lively treat tuberculosis and!
t er types of bacterial infec-
tions. Not only in the Army but !
all over the world he knew that
millions of folks were dying from
colitis, peritinitious, genito-urin-
ary tract infections, cholera, tuar-
1::iia, and other diseases caused
by the so-called "gram negative
bacteria." Here were children
struck with it. Here were young
men and women in the prime of
life going downhill slowly. Yet
young Schatz believed that some
means could be found to stop all
this suffering. As he stood before
a bench, having never made an
riment, he himself would
laughed if you'd have told
him that under his thatch lay the
r to the deep horrible rid-
I li
Al nee he began a search for
anti-biotic agent that ;
do what penicillin and the
sulphur drugs failed to do. i
An enormous amount of exact
complicated big-worded knowl-
edge had been piled up by micro-
biologists, bio-chemists, medical
Doctors, and others, but still
there were many questions that
remained unanswered. While in
college, in his courses in soil
chemistry and microbe biology,
he had learned that the soil sup-
plied the growth of millions of
microscopic plants: No one knew
how they developed, what they
did to the soil, or how they could
be used beneficially. Soon after
his discharge from the Army, he
re-entered Rutgers to complete
his Graduate work along these
lines. It was a very busy life
for our young scientist. Many
were the long hours that he spent
in his laboratory where he tested
a seemingly endless number of
soil organisms in an attempt to
find the one in a million which
would "produce the correct type
of antibiotic that would kill the
germs in the body without kill-
ing the body itself. One day he
found what he was looking for.
With his associates, he found that
surface cultures of Strepiomyces
griseui produced a hitherto un-
known anti-biotic agent, which
he named streptomycin. For the
first time in history, Schatz trac-
ed down precisely how strepto-
mycin acts, why it inhibits bao
teria, how it is produced, and
how to produce maximum a-
mounts of it cheaply. Seven
months after his return from the
army he was the first senior
author of a paper which was pub-
lished in January 1944 in a pro-
fessional journal formally an-
nouncing the discovery of strep-
tomycin. This was followed in
1945 by his being awarded the
PhD. degree by the University for
h i s research thesis entitled:
"Sterptomycin A New Anti-
biotic Agent Produced by Aciino-
myces griseus."
Appointed Professor
This discovery was very im-
portant and it led to further re-
search. The isolation of strepto-
mycin proved a colossal advance
in medical science. The first time
the "microbe miracle" proved ef-
fective was when the drug was
given to the most desperately ill
tuberculosis patients at the Mayo
Clinic. The boys fought a des-
perately close battle with death
and won. From thence Schatz's
career carried him to Albany,
where in 1946-47 he worked as
a bio-chemist in the Division of
Laboratories and Research in the
New York""State Department of
Health; and in the Sloan-Ketter-
mg Institute for Cancer Research
to look for an anti-biotic agent
active against poliomyelitis and
cancer. In 1948 he was at the
Hopkins Marine Station of Stan-
ford University in California. In
1949 he was appointed Professor
of Biology at Brooklyn College,
the position which he now holds
and in which he has achieved an
enviable reputation.
Unlike most New Yorkers who
only dream of retiring to a farm.
Professor Schatz actually owns
a twenty-five acre farm in Bergen
County, New Jersey, where he
travels once a week with his wife
Vivian, the daughter of a Clifton,
New Jersey public school princi-
pal, and their two and a half year
old daughter Diane. With the
help of his father and brother-in-
law, he raises vegetables, lettuce
and celery on a very black, peat-
like soil, where he hopes to
prepare for a new career in sci-
entific farming and to carry out
research in developing new meth-
ods of crop production. He looks
forward to being Farmer Schatz.
When the time comes for him
to walk out of his classroom, Pro-
fessor Schatz doesn't, however,
slam the door on his professional
life. He expects to have time for
consultation work concerning ap-
plied micro-biology. Meanwhile
he takes his place in line with
other great American Jewish sci-
entists who preceeded him in
winning acclaim in the scientific
world, the youngest of them all.
For, thanks to his contribution,
thousands of lives are annually
being saved that would otherwise
be wasted away in deatha rec-
ord as startling as any in the his-
tory of modern death fighting.
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At this, the turning of the year.
Once more we bring you hope, once more
From furrowed cheeks the tear we lave.
Once more upon our face you read
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Like white-winged messengers of peace.
We voice our message, old yet new;
In every land, in every clime.
We bring good tidings to the Jew.
We circle 'round the world, we cross
Far distant lands, we ride the wave.
And everywhere we chant our song.
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An endless chain of love we weave;
An endless hymn of hope we sing;
To darkest Russia's deep despair,
A ray of light and faith we bring;
In Persia, Italy, or France,
In "land of freedom and home of brave."
To rich and poor this same refrain,
L'shono Tovo Tikkosev.
The old. old greeting of the Jew.
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For health, for life, for sweet content.
May you be written as of yore!
To you and all your kindred dear
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ap
The Transformation .
(A short story)
By NATHAN L. ROBERTS
(Copyright, 1961. Jewish lYlrgraphic
Agency, inc.)
Fourteen months had made the
difference.
In fourteen months, a tree, a
shore, a rock do not change much
even under the lash of the
sun, the turning of the tide, the
slant of the rain.
They do not charge except
lor the worst. The tree is felled,
the shore sinks, the rock is crush-
ed.
Nature is beautifulbut merci-
less.
In fourteen months. Rachel had
changed a great deal.
But she had changed for the
best.
S.-.e had changed so much as
:r> cecome unrecognizable.
Nature in this case was beau-
-;!fui. toobut its temper had
r. restrained.
' Fourteen months ago. Rachel
...d have passed for a grand-
therstooped, shrivelled, ag-
ed beyond her sixteen years
h showed in her eyes, her
Is, her walk, her reticence.
One looked at her eyes and
saw the blank fatigue of a worn-
i- who has witnessed too many
cruelties
One looked at her hands, and .
saw the resignation that comes
(f too many lost struggles.
One watched her walk, and saw
tne hobble of the defeated.
One sought to talk with her.
i-ut words came slowly through
t.-.e gray mask.
At sixteen. Rachel had the wis-
.... the'burdens, the future of
i.nan awaiting her death.
Al] this was fourteen months
agoin Bagdad.
Rachel would be in Bagdad
1 dayalive perhaps, more 1..-.
>.- netwere it not thai sh< had
heard the rumor- sweeping the
They told of unlikely thing;
i gist ation with the authorities.
..-. airplanes. Isiaei.
11 r.rought the few laughs
Rachel had ever allowed herself.
Israel, indeed!
The Bazaars are full of rumors.
she thought to herself.
Rumors, filth, beatings by the ,'
police, hopelessness.
Rachel would have paid no
more attention, she would have
sought to sell her olives, had she
not noticed the sudden absence
of the tailor, the sudden disap- i
pearance of the rug seller. They
had been the only two who had
been kind to her. The tailor let
her store her olives in his shop.
The rug seller told her when the
Sabbath came, when it was time
for a Festival or a Holy day.
Now, an absence in the Bazaar
is not untoward, nothing extra-
ordinary. A man gets sick; his
shop is' robbed: he may spend
three days at the police station
waiting to see the judge of the
' court; Rachel paid no mind to
the absence of her friends. But
i the days of absence lengthened
into weeks and then a full month
had gone by. She, too, went to
the Police Stationand they told
1 her what had become of her
! friends.
'And may I register, too," she
asked.
"It will mean the loss of your
' citizenship, Jewess," the police-
man snarled.
Rachel had suffered too many
other losses to consider this pros-
pective one significant. Her fath-
er, her mother, her only sister
all gone. Tuberculosis took her
parents, a mysterious illness her
sister.
"I will register, if you please."
she answered.
The policeman put the register
before her and Rachel inscribed
her name in the huge book. She
wrote it twicein Aramaic first,
to mollify the police, in Hebrew
again, to bolster her courage.
"And when may I expect to
leave for Israel?" she asked.
The policeman growled. His
growl became an explosion.
"Filthy dog of a Jewess, and
do vou expect me to lead you
there by hand?"
Rachel knew how to cope with
the police. She said again, "I
ask only to do \ha? is legal.
Where may I go?"
-To damnation," the policeman
snarled. "To your synagogue."
At the synagogue, the full story
unfolded.
It would take weeks, months
perhaps. Many other Jews had
registered before her. The planes
left the airport on the outskirts
of the city every day. More
planes were expected at any
moment.
Rachel heard the Rabbi call
for prayer and went to the bal-
cony. Here she learned more
from the women.
The Rabbi asked the congre-
gation to pray that the Lord give
strength to the Jews of America
that the Lord God enable
American Jews to give generous-
lv to something called the United
J. wish Appeal. The Rabbi ex-
plained that the great funds came
through the United Jewish Ap-
pcal. that these made possible
their return to Israeleven as
the Jews of ancient times, under
Nehamia and Ezra the scribe,
were returned to Israel.
Two months later. Rachel a-
gain heard about American Jews
and their United Jewish Ap-
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Extend Season's Greetings
EXTENDING
OUR BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ESTHER SHOP
48 East Flagler
TO ALL GREETINGS
II. W. II A\ \\l
"COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY"
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-2923
Sontbeastern Finance Co.
PHONE 2-7005
CONGER LIFE
INSURANCE CO.. Inc.
ALL FORMS LEGAL RESERVE
INSURANCE
Including
Hospitalization
Health Accident
1629 N.W. 35th St. Ph. 2-5705
duPont Building
Miami
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PAUL L HUTCHINSON
HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION
11SJ CoUJum Atu.
' PHOm U-N41
TO ALL
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TEFFT'S GOWNS
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA PROCESSING CO.
JOSEPH COHEN, WILLIAM RUBIN and WILLIAM KLINE
27TH STREET
HIALEAH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC. INC.
665 S. W. 8th Street phone ^
GREETINGS
Phones 3-3805 9-2825
Florida Juice & Syrup Co., Inc.
225 N. W. 27th Btreet
Miami, Florida
IIAM1J\. INC.
EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC
"IF CZ MAKES IT WE HAVE IT-
ONE DAY RADIO SERVICE
264 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-7SM
Jarrett Coffee Company
Roasters and Packers of
COFFEE AND TEAS
501 N. W. Tenlh Street Phone 2-2171
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EMPIRE GROCERY
78 Collins Avenue Phone S-91S5
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETT'S
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
EVERY GOOD WISH FOR THE YEAH TO COME
-
-* y? -
DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS
DEPENDABLE SERVICE
BRIDAL &
EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way
Phone 4-3689
CRISWELL SAFE CO.
Distributors of
MOSLER SAFES VAULTS
25 S. W. 27th Avenue
83-6112 -
Miami 35. Fie.
26th Anniversary
CUSTOM TAILOR
26 Years o^ Service to
the World's Most
Distinctive Clientele
1104 Lincoln Road
Ph. 5-3812
Mrs. Sadie Fagan
and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein and Daughter
Extend New Year Greetings to All
STANDARD
Oil. *
Odom PI u in hi ii k and Heating
1747 N. W. 5th Street
Service Call 89-5830
Hpairs Oar Speciarry
New. Modern Installations
stir tic Sifm xtut Soviet
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LmiY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
Jewisfi nnrMPtr
PAGE 5 C
The Year In Washington ..

i:.-,i. Jewish Teteffraphii
Agency, lii..)
. ontention of the late Louis
andeis that Zionism makes
l' better Americanism was
; ,,ut during the year 5711
democracies of Israel ar.d
United States grew closer
I Israel diplomats were
i' m Washington because the
. ,,| war hovered over the
: and America realized the
i, importance of the Jew-
,te There were, of course,
ir"...; Df discord but the usher-
L :n of the Jewish New Year
Bie'alds a greater spirit of mutual
[unJeistanding and amity between
Ithe two nations.
Government officials have fav-
orably noted American Zionist
to draw the line against
Communism in the Near East
Ithrough the bolstering of Israel's
lecinomv. On the other hand, an-
|t-Zionist efforts are considered
in a subversive light by many
I because the Zionists are clearly
laiiing in the implementation of
Ithe Truman Doctrine through
[support of Israel as a democratic
[outpost. Even the most conserva-
tive elements, in both the Repub-
lics, and Democratic parties, sup-
Ipjrted Zionism.
It was shortly after last Rosh
JHashona when a national Zion-
|it meeting was held in Wash-
i ; ,r in an attemp. to raise
i ds to strengthen Israel. While
the Zi mist meeting was in ses-
sion. Li ssing J. Rosenwald, pres-
ident ol the anti-Zionist Ameri-
can Council for Judaism, said
j there was "much for the Council
[to do to overcome" Zionist ob-
jectives. At that same time, how-
lever, a spokesman for President
I Truman said that Americans
should welcome Zionist partici-
pation in building up the econ-
omic strength of Israel so that
it might make its most effective
contribution to the preservation
lof the free world. The spokes-
1 man was Leon Keyserling, chair-
in-.an of the president's Council
jot Economic Advisers. Keyser-
' hr.-< suggested maximum assis-
tance for Israel as America's
| "junior partner."
One of the most conservative
'in;n in the administration, Sec-
Iretary of the Treasury. John W.
Snyder. dispelled any doubt of
the official attitude toward Is-
rael when bloody fighting raged
ir. Korea last Autumn. Snyder
said: "Through its membership
in the United Nations, the state
of Israel, which came into being
as an independent nation only a
little over two years ago, has' al-
ready played a significant part
in the struggle of the free world
against aggression."
Israel Ends Policy of
Non-Identification
Israel's support of the United
Nations action in Korea brought
about an end to the Israel policy
of "non-identification" with eith-
er East or West. The subsequent
visits of Prime Minister Ben
Gurion and Foreign Minister
Sharett to Washington accentu-
ated tightening bonds between
the U.S. and Israel. The crisis
in Iran focused international at-
tention on the Near East as the
year was at about the half-way
mark and the western nations
became very conscious of the
strategic importance of Israel, to
the defense of the Near East.
The Communist threat to the
Near East was considered so
grave that George C. McGhee,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, flew from
Washington to attend a special
meeting at Istanbul. This meet-
ing was attended by U.S. Air
Secretary Thomas Finletter, Ad-
miral Robert Carney, commander
of the U.S. Mediterranean Fleet,
Gen. Sir Brian Robertson, Brit-
ish Commander-in-Chief in the
Near East, and 18 American am-
bassadors and ministers assign-
ed to Near Eastern countries. Is-
rael's potentialities were seriously
discussed at this meeting as the
participants sought to determine
the maximum contribution which
I could be expected from each
I Near Eastern state. .. i
Although a major objective of
I American policy in the Near
East was the effort to swing the
Arab world toward the west, con-
siderable opposition developed a-
mong the Arab ruling circles to
I our Point Four Program. As-
, sistant Secretary McGhee said
| that Arab resentment agains;
I America was based on our rec-
1 ognition and support of Israel.
In order to offset this resent-
ment and to win Arab co-oper-
ation against Communism, mil-
lions of dollars in various lorms
of aid were poured ii*to the Arab
states. But the Arabs did not
show very much gratitude.
The Syrian Government refus-
ed to accept a free offer under
Point Four despite the poverty-
stricken condition of the Syrian
people. The oligarchy which
(Continued on Page 13 C)
Louis Gadoa
Wishes the Rabbi. Cantor,
Officers and Members of Beth
David Congregation, Their
Families and the Entire Com-
munity a Very Happy Year.
fi,i;i;ha\ builders
721 N. W. 21st Court
TO ALL GREETINGS
RED ADAMS
SIGHTSEEING TOURS
TAXICAB SERVICE

3 N. E. Third Avenue
Phone 3-6371
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR .
HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
I MO\ LOCAL 133 A. F. OF L.
ROGER LEE-BENNER. President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, Secretary-Treasurer
240 N.E. 8th Street Phone 3-7603
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
Womvn'M Apparel
738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
University
of Miami
CORAL GABLES
JERRY & MACK
RADIATORS
Cleaned
Repaired &
Exchanged
(New or Used)
ALL CORES MFG. &
GUARANTEED IN MIAMI
By JERRY & MACK
2034 N. W. 2nd Ave.
PH. 9-2603-4
SEASON'S GREETINGS
King's
Shoe Rebnilders
Dry Cleaning & Laundry
"The Best on the Beach"
1679 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
PH. 58-9929
GREETINGS
TOM DUPE
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5 5224
Nntn's
Yacht Basin
1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E, B. Leatherman
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GOIIIIAIIII PAINTING CO. _
PAINTING PAPERHANGING ffr
DECORATING WATERPROOFING "*'
THOMAS GODDARD
450 N. W. 71st Street Ph. 89-6924
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
WILLIAM W. CHARLES
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER
i **>.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Engineers and Contractors
1345 20th Street Miami Beach. Flo.
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
?
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AL MEIDENBERG AND STAFF
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
51 N. E. 5th Street

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GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH
THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGH-
OUT THE WORLD.
II
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RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
MIAMI
Edward T. Newman
Funeral Director
MIAMI BEACH
Abe Eisenberg
Treasurer
iji
A Jewith Pocket Diary Containing Important Jewish Informa-
tion for the Forthcoming Jewish Year will be forwarded upon
request. Please phone our Miami Chapel. 9-2664.


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> fenist fkriUnr
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER g ,35,
That Certain Way
Bv YOHANAN RAMATI
(The author of the following article, a well-known Israeli Journ-
alist, draws a "before-and-after" picture of an area in Israelbefore
immigrants brought to the Jewish State with Unted Jewish Appeal
funds arrived to reclaim and revive the area, and after UJA funds
he pea to turn it into a liveable, productive sector).
JERUSALEMThere is a way of getting into Egypt that is used
no more Fou- years ago the British soldiers used to drive in their
S2&. &$* *5 ^^rni land could be seen from the high-
the countryside seemed
Rishon-le-Zion and thence along
by tl names of El Majdal and A5Bhdod_a dlsappom,,ng spectac
luck in being posted to its dreary
barracks, remote from all the 2fled gfh?gnoSls wiTinfuri-
pleasant amenities of Civil- Dersiste-ce Then a wide
ized life. Others crossed the bord- ^^fi* JShSufJ^m!
and went on to Fay id and to
Kantara, the British strongholds
hard by the Suez Car.al.
The years have passed. The
British -.:e no longer with US A
bitter war has intervened, which
the Arabs will tell you is not over
h of country without seem
inglv anv human beings. Finally'
Ei Majdal.
El Majdal had just been settled
by a group ot new immigrants
nailing from the four corn>
the earth, and seemed to be full
of children. The kids scrambled
despan ..'. I
sagas have arisen arour.d the
once unheeded names of Yad
Mordehai and Faluja. Even tile
border has moved.
In The Hands of Egypt
A long tongue of land running
along the Palestine coast from
parents were still doubtful of
their future. The town was dirty,
and. though possessing a few
buildings that were better than
the usual run of Arab huts, could
by no stretch of the imagination
be called attractive.
At night, armed marauders
Rafa to Beit Hanum. north-east from nearbv Gaza paid frequent
of Gaza, has, by the grace of the Vlsjts t0 rob and pinage. Remote
armistice negotiations, remained frolr anv major center of Jewish
in the hards 01 the Egyptian ag- Ilfe witn most o{ jts population
gressor, in spite of the defeats unfcmploved or working onlv a
that forced him to agree to a dav or t^.0 each weel4i the pros.
makeshift armistice. p^ o{ Ei Majdal seemed bleak.
And s,j. when I "went South" 1 stopped and spoke to some of
for the first tirr.e. in the early the people.
days >f August 1949. El Majdal Neither the Jews just arrived,
was as far as I could get along nor the Arabs who had stayed
this road that once led to Egypt, behind and were living in a sep-
Even then, they told me in Tel arate quarter, were very hopeful.
Aviv that I should be careful. They knew there were plans for
Arabs were still roaming the wide El Majdal. But plans are no sub-
open southern spaces. There were >titute for work or comforts, un-
a few Jewish settlements once less people can be persuaded to
>ne got out of Rishon-le-Zion. be optimistic. The people of El
Still. I went.
------o -
Majdal saw no reason for op-
timism.- I he Arabs wanted to
jet away. The Jews just grum-
bled.
Along The Same Road
I travelled along this road a-
gain a tew days ago. The Arab
village where I had seen new
immigrants clearing up is today
thanks to the Jewish Agency
working with funds received
from tr.<- United Jewish Appeal
the home of several thousand
souls. Its name Mishmar Hash-
ivaperpetuates the memory of
tl ose who died here in the War
of Liberation.
The road itself has been widen-
ed, and as there is a new short
by-pass to Jerusalem, its last nar-
row stretch no longer gives rise
to complaints, for only those
southward bound have to use it.
But it is when Rishon-le-Zion
and the old established Jewish
settlements near it have been
passed that the profundity of the
change wrought by 21 short
months and the true" significance
of the generous help given to Is-
rael by American Jewry, through
the United Jewish Appeal, im-
pinge upon the mind.
Where there had been empty
spaces burnt by the heat of the
summer sun. rows upon rows of
neat little houses bear witness
to the creative ufge of Jewish
destiny. Around each house there
r Continued on Page 7C)
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
SUNSHINE'S
BEAUTY SALON
550 41st St. Miami Beach
I found the countryside much
-1- .: 1 i been described I
Between Tel A'-.v a-. I Rish .-..
the r 1 : was t iwded th traf
:. Jerusa]
.-- --:. liverted thj
cut at
the nt
....: The 1
row added b
I
by : the iriver I used
it B the rubble fron
t battle laj
rdly.
Countryside Empty
In me deserti A
Jewis :. .'. ::.-: .... re at
g away debris. Bui nci
past Rishon, apari fi
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
Manufacturing Jeweler
127 N. E. First Avenue
Phone 2-2772
SPECIAL ORDER WORK
Repairing and Rebuilding
Ol All Jewelry
t^o id settlement- _.___..
t

I
1 '
'
BEST WISHES FOR NEW YEAR
R. T. Jeffries
OF
Florida Easl Coast Railway
BARNES CAST
STONE SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197

A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. AND MRS. E. J. BASKIND
and BEACH GLASS & MIRROR CO.
GREETINGS
FRANK J. ROONEY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
HAPPY
HOLIDAY
McAllister Flowers
"ST fc with Floweri
But Say It with Ours"
2 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773
5880 N. E. 4th Avenue
Phone 7-6695
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS
Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78 6060
WM. F. McCLASKEY
MARINE SURVEYOR
343 S.W. North River Drive
GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES
P. O. Box 1788 Miami. Florida
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer of
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
WM- I. ALLEN
CUSTOM CRAFT MFG. CO.
1830 N. W. MIAMI COURT
MIAMI
GREETINGS
J. N. LUMMUS. Jr.
Tax Assessor for Dade County
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
Bonded Uniformed Operators
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
Riscayne Exterminating Service. Inc.
3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-6401
DON'T TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM"
POLAR ICE CREAM C~ IXC.
2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
Carpenters' District
Council
MIAMI. FLORIDA
E. EL SANDSTROM
President
H. E. MORRIS
Secretary-Treasurer
GEORGE L. MITCHELL
Business Representative
B. G. AIKEN CHARLES VALOIS
Ass't. Business Rep. Ass't. Business Rep.
MARVIN HAMMACK
Ass't. Business Rep.


^.v SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
Jmistifhrkg&n
PAGE .
THIS YEAR AS ALWAYS -
Best Wishes
for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
Grhw
U4ft
YOUR HOME-TOWN BAKERS FOR 38 YEARS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
I
SIGNING HISTORIC U.S.-ISRAEL FRIENDSHIP TREATY
Ambassador Abba Eban joint U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson in the signing of a friend-
ship, commerce and navigation treaty between the United States and the State of Isreal. The treaty
was hailed as binding closer the two democracies and clearing the path for stepped-up trade be-
tween Israel and this country. (American Jewish Press Photo)
That Certain Way
(Continued from Page 6C)
is a small patch of green that
grows larger and larger with
time. Another two years and
there will be no gaps in the jjreen
in caeh village. Another ten
years and there will be no gaps
between the villages. A carpet
will have been laid from Tel
Aviv to Ashdod in the color that
God ordained to predominate on
earth.
Lemonade Stalls
In Yibna there are Jews, and
they have brought their trades
hnd signs with them. Yiddish
and German signs, proclaiming
the presence here of a shoe-mak-
er, there of a watch-mender. The
inevitable lemonade stalls have
mushroomed by the roadside, and
the thirsty traveller is grateful
for them, though he sometimes
wonders if there are not too
many.
Ashod is still disappointing,
but at least a beginning has been
made here. The newly-built
houses contrast strangely with
the mud huts left behind by the
Arabs. And even when Ashdod
has been left behind, and the
erstwhile waste of the northern
Ntgev looms ahead, UJA funds
have created a new village every
few miles.
In El Majdal there is some-
thing of a commotion. The town
has been changing its name with
some regularity. First it became
Migdal Aza, then Migdal Gad,
now, with the ancient harbor of
Ascalon about to be revived, it
has finally received the worthy,
if lengthy, designation of Migdal
Asealon. A new municipal coun-
cil has just been elected, after a
heated campaign in which some
tempers were lost and accusations
against political opponents as-
sumed occasionally a truly Ori-
ental tang.
Arabs Have Gone
Meanwhile, the Arabs have
left. They had wanted to leave
for some time, and when the
Egyptians offered to take them
into territory under their control,
they accepted the offer with alac-
rity. The Egyptians sent trans-
port to the frontier to collect
them. Now there are rumors that
they want to come back. Ap-
parently, the benign rule of King
Farouk is sometimes not appreci-
ated.
Thanks largely to the United
Jewish Appeal, Migdal Ascalon
is no longer isolated. At Julis,
there are four separate villages
of Indian, Tripolitanian, Persian
and Czech Jews. Julis is near,
and even nearer is the rebuilt
settlement of Yad Mordehai, once
completely destroyed by the
Egyptians after its heroic defend-
ers had held out for a week a-
gainst overwhelming odds before
evacuating the position.
Yad Mordehai guards the fron-
DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY i
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT NAURISON
AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN

tier. But this time the Israel
Army is at hand to help the
settlers should the need arise.
The border itself, frozen by the
armistice agreement, has not
moved again. The Egyptians,
who wanted Tel Aviv, Rehovoth
and Beersheba, have had to be
content with some 100 square
miles of uninviting territory into '
which there are crammed some
180,000 people, many of them
refugees. It is not a paying prop-
osition. So one day, perhaps, the
border may move once more
back to its former place. And
the wheel of history will have
turned full circle.
LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS I
Phones 48-246548-9862
3775 South Dixie Highway Miami. Florida
GREETINGS
MeCORMICK-HOYETT
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuaxt Mill Building)
MIAMI SHORES. FLORIDA
FOR SALES. SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAML FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
Sale Convenient Inexpensive
Choice Wood, Aluminum or
Steel
A. B. BROWN
PRESENTS
Residential & Industrial Doors
Crawford & Fleetwood Sectional
Door for your garage.
2548 N.W. 36th St. Ph. 9-6732
RICHTERS
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flaaler Street
PHONE 3-2197
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CONGER CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N. W. 35th Street Conger Building
Phone 82-6057
G. A. WIGHT. Owner
GREETINGS
American Pharmacy, Inc.
744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph.3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph.7-1202
Marion Drug Store
1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rockmoor Pharmacy
5901 N. E. 2nd Ay. Ph. 7-2011
Red Bird Pharmacy
5725 Bird Road
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ROGERS
Brake Service
Brake Service
Wheel Alignment
3200 N.E. Second Avenue
Phone 2-9579
5712
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1951-52
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
CASTLE DECORATORS
Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies
LEONARD MOR1BER
"5 S. W. 22nd Avenue
u
PHILIP 1. MOR1BER
Phone 2-7817
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES
from
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farber
owners of
Hebrew National
Restaurant &
Delicatessen
"The Best in Kosher Food"
1437 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
PATTERSON BROTHERS
GROWERS MARKET
132 N. W. 21st Terrace
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

ROSH
HASHONA
GREETINGS
May we take this
opportunity to extend our
best wishes to people
of the Jewish faith
all over the world.
.


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KJemJstitkirldtori
FRIDAY.

To All ... A Moet HopPT Nw Year
FARREY'S, INC.
L,-
Hardware
WHOLESALE RETAIL
1692 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-4621
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Hurst Drilling & Equipment Co.
SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776
1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida
SINCERE VRMJSS
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of Criminal
Court
HAFPY NEW YEAR
Phone S-5921
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ETHEL ALAN and
HENRY S. GREENBAUM
A. R. TILE, INC.
Manufa hirers of
CEVEST DECORATED FLOOR TILE"
N.W. 8:h Avenue
Miami. Florida
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
SO West Flagler Strecl
TO ALL GREETINGS
HENRY A POHL. INC.
State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. & MRS. MAX FRIEDSON
American Builders Supply, Inc.
2728 S.W. 28th Lane
PHONES 4-2296 4-6206
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Give Us a Try
FOR THE
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time i ph owr clost personal attention.
Try us... now.
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GREETINGS
3801 N.E. 2nd AVL
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-5373
M1AML FLORIDA
CITIES SERVICE
Be* Wish*. For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gordon
and Family
5227 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
S^TEMber
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATR0N$
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA*
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+Je*isi>fk)r*Man
^AY.SEPTEMbq,,
Rosh Hashona
Bv MARVIN S. WEINER
It has been aptiv stated that one of mans ciist:nguishing imarks
S sense of m -i critical re, iJiM. V
- b\ hls b ience. It is the Divin, w. hin ManthsJ
brirj emulate his Creator who u dtscnlN I as wean
maasei odom". rei i that which Man has done. Without.this
Ge2ven faculty, the human race would cont.nue on >"?""?
void of any hope for progress and adwncement.
With iut [t, the child who burns
fingei once would never learn
void the same error a second
Without it. there would be
p isi ". of culture or civil-
n.
On a larger scale, and :n this
spirit of remembrarsi
.dual Jews and as a group.
the High Holy days
as time to refresh our memor-
. the realm of moral activity.
The leit-motif of the Rosh Hash-
na p*:: 'd is that of sombre nch-
ronos. of remembrance. Jusi as
thai poetic master of
religi fervor who composed
: "Unesaneh Tokef" and
.red God r vii w ing the
too envisi a
..-:.. : that which
transpired during the past
The J'-w tries to recall, to
evaluate, to take stock of his
sition and to check his bear-
that sensitive soul of
the last century. Thoreau. who
-roup to ponder the val-
- >1 life at V/alden Brook, we
withdraw into our inner
stives, away from the tumult of
the madding crowd, to set aside
a few moments for serious con-
templation. We do so in the
spirit of lichrono* when we call
to mind that which has made
and that which is yet to make
history.
Or.e of the central themes of
Rosh Hashona is the idea of
history's and life's not being
seen only in terms of the spec-
tacular, the extraordinary, but
rather in the regular and com-
monplace daily regimen of
man. While Judaism teaches
"yesh koneh olomo b'shoon ach-
as". that one may make his ma-
jor spiritual contribution in a
short time, the average man.
however, sanctifies God's name
by his daily steadfast observ-
ance of ritual and social ethics.
The struggle to live the good
life is continuous and almost
unseen. The evil in the world
which beckons to man to over-
come it does not lie in the
spectacular. For example, the
sensitive person is concerned
with the fact of minority op-
pression long before public at-
tention is drawn by a race riot.
A typhoon in China is less
disastrous than the daily star-
vation which takes its human
toll in life and misery, even
though ib* typhoon may make
the front-page headlines. The
struggle for the respect of the
human personality created in
the Divine Image is a daily one.
fought in Times Square, on the
assembly-line, in the class-
rooms and wherever people
associate with one another. It
is not recorded only in battles
and wars which represent the
officially organised struggle
bexwen sovereign nations. Let
us rather define our ideal of
peace in terms of the Rabbinic
idea sholom. wholeness or in-
tegration* rather than as the
absence of declared hostility.
When our society lacks that
wholeness of cooperative inter-
change, then we are actually
warring with each other, re-
gardless of whether it be pure-
ly unofficial.
The medieval poet and philos-
opher. R. Jehudah Halevi aptly
described the Jewish people as
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equally strive as individuals. Tne
sensitive soul never "at ease
in Zion." so long as the finger
of injustice and oppression U
anywhere felt. Rosh Hashoe*
vs down the challenge to
Of US to become aware o.
the infinitude which lies in the
finite, to recognize tne signifi-
of our small daily acts
which makes us what we are.
which gives the world its form
and shape. This is the material
of which true piety is made. It
is warmly brought home in a
story told of R. Israel Salanter.
iintly founder of the Musar
R Israel was scrupu-
... ;n observing the 613 mitz-
- made it his custom before
vex to supervise personally
the baking of matzos in his town,
in order to assure careful adher-
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his deciples volunteered to sup-
the baking for him. They
said. -Instruct us. Rabbi, as to
all the important things for which
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Rosh Hashona
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we have to look." His brief re-
ply was, "My sons, see to it that
the women who bake the matzos
are properly paid." Here was a
man who saw the Divine in the
commonplace, as Moses had seen
God in the Burning Bush. .
Just as the High Holy day per-
i lod challenges us to become true
| artists of human life, it equally
| declares a second truth. In the
face of those who assume a fatal-
| istic outlook on Man and the
Universe our tradition emphatic-
| ally asserts that man is a free
agent, "a little lower than the
angels," who molds his own fu-
ture. In early times, the so-call-
ed science of the ancients con-
sisted of astrology which spread
the fiction of a man's fate as
being determined by the influ-
ence of the planets and heavenly
bodies. Even then the Rabbis op-
posed this mechanistic view of
the world which made of man a
puppet, clothed with skin and
veins, but a manipulated puppet
nonetheless. Throughout the ag-
es we have seen similar fatalistic
views proposed in more modern
dress. Those who spoke of hered-
ity and environment as if these
were the keys to all human re-
sponses and actions also denied
the potential in man. Man's
blunders were excused by shift-
ing the emphasis either to one's
parents or his society. The Marx-
ists, in turn, explained away all
of human behavior in terms of |
economic institutions and motives
and again minimized the ability
to set a life goal for oneself and
assume the active role: Other
fields of thought added their
"contribution" so that man was
finally reduced to a small "m".
In our own day, wo are first
beginning to MO return to
tho view proposed by Jewish
tradition. vie tho newer pay-
chologies. Leaders in tho field
hare now come to stress tho
need of assuming responsibility
and using one's freedom. If man
it to heal himself and take on
his rightful prorogaitiTOs. ho
must assume tho actire role.
In tho eyes of Jewish tradition,
each man was to regard the
world as equally divided be-
tween merit and guilt, with
the power to decide the bal-
ance lasting in our thoughts
and acts. Aptly enough, even
'4
the supreme authority of de-
Hashona hohday was descrxb-
SieSta?" privi,e9in th
The Rabbis relate that the
mi"ISte.rung ange,s assemble
before the Almighty and say,
Master of the Universe,
when is the New Year's
Day? And He says to them,
is it me you are asking?
Let us both ask the Court
below, as we read in the
verse (Ps. 81:4):
Blow the horn at the new
moon.
At the full moon for our feast
day.
For it is a statute for Israel.
An ordinance of the God of
Jacob."
Thus in Jewish eyes, events
did not just occur but were caus-
ed by one's acts. Rosh Hashona
drove home the thought that the
final summation of man's moral.
arithmetic was now being taken
May we. approaching Rosh
Hashona 5712, be equally aware
of the gift of remembrance as did
those who preceded us, so that
mindful of the value of the seem-
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our full moral stature, we invest
OUT life with holiness and dignity.
Then shall our posterity ac-
knowledge that "this is the seed
whom the Lord has blessed."
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fjenist fkridfisir
FRIDAY, SEPTEMRFP
Way We Celebrate t -
i .< r"..-4 in th> .vn-
A\
By ALFRED SEGAL
I remember the day before last
! sh Hash ma when I met n j
: Rams( y at lunch. H
_ : see y 1 > papers th it
s iut Jewish New Year is I >-
Big time. I guess, t >
I ight Are >
t spot?"
I knew What Ramsey w is
unking of. He had in mm I the
r New Yi ar thai
. | :
night before.
Ramsey went on 11 .-peak of
big time I e a friends
liad a: the hotel to celebrate the
Ivent of 1951 "We didnt
a 't home till 6 a.m."' H<- as
li .pin-; that I would be in prime
indition for the Jewish New
Vear celebration "Be care-
ful how you drive home."
"Ramsey," I said, you have
us all wrong. The Jewish New
Vear simplv isn't celebrated that
.. ,> Nobody ever gets drunk
in the Jewish New Year."
What kind of a New Year is
i iat?" he inquired.
Ramsey, on the Jewish New
Sfear we speak to God."
He offered to buy me a drink.
anyway, toward the purpose of
..lluting a New Year properly
. "I'll take a drink with you.
Ramsey, out of respect for your
friendly interest in the matter,
i hough'it is not our way alcohol-
ically to greet the New Year.
except for the bit of light wine
we take at table. And that's a re-
ligious ritual in which we give
., blessing: "Praised be Thou. O
Lord our God. King of the uni-
\erse. who hast created the fruit
ol the vine'. It's in Hebrew."
Jews are a peculiar people.
iren't they?" he remarked.
That's been said often before."
j replied.
Ramsey asked just what do we
- ,v when we speak to God on
our New Year's day.
"Well. Ramsey, we are sup-
posed to think ot what our New
i >.- means to our lives toward
the coming year. That's what we
.speak to God about. We look
frankly into the year that has
passed and wonder whether our
way if living did credit to our
I ves in that period.
Did we live up to our teach-
. .;" Did we behave as we should
i j ward neighbors? Did we walk
'n the high elevation that was
established for us by the Com-
3i andments?" Or. our New Year
we go to the synagogue instead
if the saloon."
Ramsey seemed a bit embar-
rassed as if I had been suggesting
I lat he hadn't observed the New
Year : -' *' J08
right
Mind v iu, R i nsey. I m rot
v ,u do
;.. y .-.. : ;
drinks yself thai
jusi telling anothei
[reetin: Ni Year
I told hi
It's a ram's horn that's
. men '
tion in t igogue It s in
way holy
days were signalli d millenia
in Palestine. Someiuw it sounds
t us in our time Like a v ice out
of eternity, like God summoning
us."
Yes." I continued, "we look
into our past and make resolu-
tions toward the future What to
to make our lives better in
the coming year" This has noth-
to do with getting rich or power-
ful or prominent. It concerns
what our prophet said: He hath
showed thee. O man. what is
good ar.d what doth Jehovah re-
quire of thee but to do justly
and to love kindness and to walk
humblv with thy God.'
"That's the whole thing, Ram-
sey. That's about all the mean-
ing of our New Year."
Ramsey was deeply impressed
even to the point of swearing off
on gay times on the secular New
Year "It beats the other New
Year." he said. "It has meaning.
It's more than a matter of filling
up full. I am going to tell all my
friends. It's a better way of start-
ing a New Year: shows a man
the right way to go."
Ramsey thought the whole hu-
man race could be improved by
the discipline of New Year ob-
servance devoted to speaking to
God and getting the right answer.
But, Ramsey." I said, "don't
get me wrong. We aren't all
saints who actually follow the di- |
vine directions we get on our
New Year. We speak to God and
get the directions and next day
a lot of us keep on going in the
old ways. They go their own |
way, even after hearing the
guiding words of God in the syn-
agogue like diso ledient kids; uKv
.,. ,pie who on Christmas day
sverflow with generosity and on
the day afti i pi eed m the
mi ..n directio!
- py | | ave to tell you this
ut that's :b,<' way lot of us
,.,, since t. ey are just human
I myself am far from the lint
look like at this moment
when I am telling you ol tl e
spiritual significance of our N
Year."
Ramsey had an idea. Knowing
that I write for the Jewish press,
he said I could perform a useful
service bv advising all Jews to
try to be the kind of men they
are on the Jewish New Year.
That is to say. men who ascend
the hill toward God and there
learn the right directions .
"You can tell 'era."
"And you. Ramsey, you get
around a lot and you can tell
people to try- to be the kind of
human beings they are at Christ-
mas time. At Christmas they
dedicate themselves to kindness:
next day they're back in the same
old tough ways.
"You belong to Rotary and all
that. You're in a position to ad-
vise Christians to try to be
Christians on all the days after
Christmas. Ar.d I shall speak to
the Jews, tell them that on our
New Year they look like great
and good men who speak to God.
and why not be like that every-
day in the year?"
"Let's go," Ramsey said. I to-
ward Christmas every day in the
year and you toward a Jewish
New Year" day whose meaning
will be understood and observed
every day."
"Yes. Ramsey, if we succeed,
maybe we can make a great and
good world out of this. Maybe
we'll be saints."
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1659 Lenox Arenue P[)
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 West Avenue Miami Beach, I
PHONE 5 0481
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AL PFLEIGER
TAXIDERMIST
15899 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone
TO ALL . . GREETINGS
RALPH A. FOSSEY
REALTOR
103 South Dixie Highway South Miami, FW
PHONE 17-5303
Dade County Resident Since 190T
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Deering Awning and Furniture!
Serving Greater Miami Coral Gables Miami I
Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phon*:
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
R. S. "Bob" Thornton
Junior Powell
i iioiiwi o\ MOTORS
BUY SELL TRADE
1260 N. W. 3fith St
Phone m

S=$
FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE
Allied Concrete Products, to
2000 S. W. 31st Avenue, Miami. Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Hiohu'ay)
FRANK S. WUELKER, Preaident
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Superior Septic Tank C~ lnf'
EXPERIENCED SINCE 1925
REPAIRS AND PUMPOUTS A SPECIALTY
936 N. W. 71st Street Miami. Fa.
OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
PACKARD MIAMI CO.
1700 NJL SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 32-5512
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
I. II. Shaddick
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loan*
3218 Ponce de Leon Bird.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
'
To All Our Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Ageoi
m
SEABOARD RAILROAD
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1221 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A SCHORR. Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 5-2503
WISHING
ALL OF YOU
A REAL
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ttrvt
n
SAM MURRAY
FORD DEALER
Passenger Car Division1917 Biscayn*
,. M r 27th,
Truck & Equipment Division65 n. *
BW


IY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
-Jenlst) Fkrlcfirin
PAGE 13 C
Year In Washington iS^tSSTSS
turn, Azzam Pasha openly in-!ed Vichy France; that the Brit-
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Alinucd from Page 5C)
ivria feared that Point Four
Becoming an instrument
n i(iht bring about land
and social change. While
vrians were rejecting this
fFour aid. they were busy
ne at Israelis who attempt-
iarrv- out a Point Four type
Eject' within Israel territory
Hulth area near the Syr-
ontier The State Depart-
l through the United Na-
Lupported Syria. Israel was
j to stop work on her pro-
lr a period of time.
I Huleh issue clearly ex-
Ue State Department's pol-
kppeasement of recalcitrant
[who continually threaten-
un to Moscow if their de-
I were not met by the U.S.
lore, while the U.N. forces
suited the State Department in
an address before the National
Press Club. It was a speaking
engagement which the State De-
partment helped to bring about.
Assistant Secretary McGhee sat
at the speaker's table and heard
himself denounced as a "med-
dler." Despite this, Secretary of
State Dean Acheson took several
minutes off, in the midst of the
Chinese Communist crisis, to
leave his office and accompany
Azzam Pasha to a room where
news photographers were invited
to photograph the two shaking
hands. The pictures were sent
to all Arab League countries.
ish were forced to remove from
power the pro-Nazi Shah of Iran;
that Iraq revolted in favor of the
Nazis; that a special Moslem S.S.
Division volunteered to aid the
Nazis, and that Haj Amin el Hus-
seini and Arab League Leaders
broadcast Nazi propaganda and
fu^- Hltler on how to defeat
tiik-i in the Near East-
while the appeasement was in
progress, an authoritative report
was sent to members of Congress
Dy the Legislative Reference
Service of the Library of Con-
gress. The report said "the Arab
states are not so well disposed
toward Britain or France or the
U.S>. to warrant any feeling of
assurance that they would resist
Soviet advances at all times and
at all hazards."
The Administration's friend-
ship for Israel was shown in so
i. liDntinp Svrian aeeres- *****-" a wc" "i extermination Zl'I" """ "'V """ a"wn in so .... .
^''ffu ^ea and a mentous massacre"; that ,many ways ll is impossible to 3500 S. W. EIGHTH ST.
the Hulin ana. th Ar_K T ____ _.,, .list thp mm s K-iof ______. i
^:ly cf State Department
Policy Ur.masked
;
The Department knew very
well that Azzam Pash advocated
?&&& j?s g jf*s w* aans
K?r5^'.if c..-~.\fW.-l! urged "a war of extermination
and a momentous massacre"; that ""*"' ways u is impossible t(
the Arab League was guilty of Jit* the min so briel an account.
aggression against Israel; that iT, Pln's of discord which are
' Azzam Pasha prevented Jordan re'ated. might be augmented by
mderrent of State ifrom making peace with Israel- !otner "indents. Such things oc-
i hocates of appeas- |tnat Az.2am Pasha organized and ?Ji'rtwheiJ.^" expediency is prac-
nderscored enforced the Arab League econ- J.Icfd-, Fnends of democracy in
summer when the ,m,c boycott against Israel, and botn. Israe.' and the U.S. at the
* __ .That oiran *Vi* II.......L. ------ _
My" ol the Near East was
by a scries of assassina-
The killing of King Ab-
oi Jordun was the most
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Direct From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
u< %,
TLTAN MOTORS INC.
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS
DODGE "Job-Rated" TRUCKS
SALES and SERVICE
PHONE 48-1728
MIAMI 35. FLA.
Imeni advocates of appeas- i
BArabi was underscored enforced the Arab League econ-
omic boycott against Israel, and
that even the British now frown
on Azzam Pasha and the Arab
Leaguetheir own creatures
Arthur Z. Gardiner, a special
assistant to McGhee, told of ef-
forts against Communism in a
speech at the University of Vir-
ginia. He said "the goodwill of
the entire Moslem world must
always be an element in our
thinking" and that "their friend-
ship to the Allied cause was a
major factor in the prosecution"
of World War II. Gardiner evi-
dently forgot that Egypt impeded
the British war effort and refus-
ed to fight for years after the
Idirg example of how ap-
pent can backfire. Abdul-
: friendly to the west and
, peace. He was killed by
Jiman of Haj Amin el Hus-
|the former Grand Mufti
usalem. Haj Amin aided
in Beilir. during World
. Yet the British allowed
return to power and the
lans tacitly agreed. While
Ite Department wavered in
lir.g the truly democratic
bf Israel, it collaborated
nd appeased ex-Nazis and
nemies of freedom.
b' tries during last year
late Department was so
Tied with expediency in
the Arabs it was
at that our "political stra-
it :. still worried about
be Arab rulers might think
democracy of America too
' supported the democ-
Israel. The motivating
of the Arab League is
brcement of Arab hostility
Israel. Nevertheless, the
epartment and the United
granted recognition to
League Secretary General
Pasha last year when he
Itr.e United States. This
to strengthen the
1 State Department feted
IPasha. A number of par-
Tncheons, and receptions
eld in his honor. In re-
year's end foresaw closer har-
mony. But they also warned that
"expedient collaboration and ap-
peasement of undemocratic ele-
ments, such as the Arabs, will
backfire. If the fabric of justice
is torn in one spot, they caution-
ed, the entire canopy is in dan-
ger."
Greetings to All Our
Patrons and Friends
KOLBER BROS.
VENETIAN BLINDS
2100 N. W. 13th Are.
BONITA GARDENS
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Rock Gardens Cactus Shrubs
"Water Lilies"
2150 N. W. 36th STREET
PHONE 3-5367
O. M. PUSHKIN
YOUR MIAMI BEACH BUILDING INSPECTOR
Extends Greetings to All
lr. and Mrs.
>rge Goldberg
[Owners of the
fth Seas Hotel
tend Season's
Greetings To All
GREETINGS
Gulf Stream Frozen Food, lie.
MIAMI
26 NX. 27th St
KEY WEST
Phones 82-2671 82-2672
>TSPEICH
>RING CO.
N N. E. 1st Avenue
George D. Mof fat
REGISTERED
CONSULTING ENGINEER
Phone 3-7551
1671 N. W. 16th TERRACE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
"Dale Van Service
" M. CISCO
sfer & Storage
N. E. 2nd Avenue
'HONE 2-5411
'S GREETINGS
,KATZIF
'ROCERY
f w. Ilh stn9t
*HO*E 2.H
ATWILL and COMPANY
Not Inc.
Investment Securities-
SOS Lincoln Rd-----Miami Beach. Fla. Ph. S-S816
First National Bank Bldg. Miami. Fla. Ph. 88-2636
WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Eleetrie Motor f .
H. E. GRANT, Owner
M. E. ASSALONE. Manager
PHONE 2-6147
237 N. W. Second Avenue
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Royal Beauty Supply Co.
ALBERT J. HIRSCH. President
119 N. E. Sixth Street
Exclusive Distributors
RAYETTE. REVLON. DUSHARME. BRECK
All Nationally Known Sundries
PLUMBING and EQUIPMENT
Installed By
FUTCH and Associates
260 N.W. 71st St. Ph. 7-7685
"If Experience Counts We Count"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member ol FJ>J.C.)
East First Avenue and Hlaleah Drive
Comer N. W. 54th St
HLALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 1*4291

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FRIDAY.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION
SPECIALISTS
Since 1897
Flagler Street
^TEMBg,
TO ALL GRE
NUMBING BY
KKKTox
Day 4 Night!
Phone 83-51
3001 S.W. 25th Si
FRANK E. KEETQ
Phone 9-3771
A HAPPY NEW'
TO ALL
Speller _
of Miawi]
Martin
20th St, IntamahBjj
Radio Vt7|^7 Dispatched.
MM 11M, 0>E OF ISRAEL'S I RGfc.VI NEEDS. Eaapleyeca el thr Aasia
Pharmarrotiral Fartary rwar Ramal-Can prepare pharmarrotirali for the u*e
of Israel'* frawieg population. TV $500,800,000 State af brad Bonal Iar
t>iil rnable ibr ramiir. t* achieve a pcatrr tempo of inatu.trial and agri-
cultural produriioa and make ibe hundred* of thouaaade of am iaisfmu
vbo are flecking to iU ahorr* fall* aelf-auataioint rroaoaairally.
GREETINGS
OL t /. Established 1925
ARMORED TRICK SERHCEJSC.
P.O BOX 1028 MIAMI FLORIDA PHONI 91781.9-1782
EACH TRUCK BONDED AND INSURED FOR ONE MILLION DOLLARS
"WHERE THE ELITE MEET'
SHANGRI-LA
Authentic Chines* Dishes
LUNCHEONS DINNERS
Elks Club Building
15 N. E. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 2-9926
OPEN TILL 2 A. M.
Orders Put Up to Take Out
Phone) 9-4944 Phone 88-6025
Peter Kent, Ine.
Two Stores to Serve You
'Anything That's Good Enough to
Sell Is Good Enough to
Take Back"
TO ALL .
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
HAPPY HOUll
TAVERN
3680 Coral Way |
PHONE 4-9437
GREETINGS
! I I
HOLLEMAXS RESTAIRAXT
N. W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS
'' th Friendly Service
A.: C' iti m i
Popular Prices
Am] le Parking
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
24 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
176 W. Flagler St M1AML FLA. 419 Hialeah Dr. HIALEAH. FLA.

TO JEWRY EVERYlJ It's a Pleasure to EoJ GREETINGS 1
ON THE NEW YEal

Office Phone 2-2411 Residence Phone 4-3922 FOSTER Electric Co. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster, Owner TYCOONI TACKLE SHOP, I 400 S.W. 22nd AtmJ PHONE 4-7402 1


GREETINGS 1
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bldg.
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
end Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE 2-lltl
Seybold Bldg. Miami
*
2175 W. Flagler Street
MiamL Florida
GREETINGS
CARSON'S
MOTOR IW
AUTO REPAIRS
Phone 2-3586
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Commercial Refrig
Soda Fountain R*,
> ii ml mail
Refrigen
Phone 4-2642
Jones & Son
AUTHORIZED THERMO-KING SERVICE
24-Hour Service
1335 N. W. 21st Street
Phone 82-2195
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DENMARK'S CAST STOHE COMPANY
StructuralOrnamental
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden SetsPottery
StonePlaster
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924
GREETINGS
"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP.
HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAINTS
Phone 4-0569 854 S. W. 27th Ave. Miami, Fla.
ROBERT SCHWEITZER
GREETINGS
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
GREETINGS
FRONT PAGEJ
BEAUTY S/
1628 Michigan n*|
Miami 1
GREETINGS
ill

CHINESE RESTAU
Food to Take
Family Style
Delivery S
325 71st St.
61 N.E. 26th Street
Phone 2-5365
Sings 100 C's higher for Israel. Sophie Tucker fir.t ladr he first Sn^w.' ^'"J. while he in turn p.e.ent. her with
iLtass&^jsAiss'&sss. -nd th-
GREETINGS
Drive I"
TASTY SANDWK^
Reasonable P*-|
"Once Tried, Nev'
2255 S.W. *j\
Phone
^^i



L SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
-JmM nor/Mar?
tings
RINTING
ARTS
N. w. 21st Street
\ JESSE AND HERMAN
TEITLER
SON'S GREETINGS
(ion Butler
Yreal estate
Harding Avenue
Suifside
I Phone 86-2423
STRECKEH
Body Builders
N. W. 21st Street
LSASSER'S
>WARE & PAINTS
IC. A. Elsasser)
N.E. 127th Street
lorlh Miami, Fla.
T Phone 89-4033
lEYS and LOCKS
DEN EQUIPMENT
FERTILIZERS
1 YEAR GREETINGS
II. Orr. Ine.
ping Construction
narry Keystone
PHONE 89-2424
N. W. 54th Street
EET I N G S
M.IIT H.
ARSONS
HIES SLIPCOVERS
PHOLSTERING
stom Work At
pasonable Prices
[242 Coral Way
Phone 82-1051
'
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MR. AND MRS. JACK SHAPIRO
853 S.W. 11th Street
Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO AL L...
m j
STAR ELECTRIC CO.
1515 S. W. 67th Avenue
PHONE 48-8189
Miami. Fla.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LOUIS...
Your Hairdresser
Beauty
SALON
1735 CORAL WAY
WHERE
INDIVIDUAL
SERVICE
IS GIVEN
SPECIALIZING IN ALL
BRANCHES OF BEAUTY
CULTURE
PHONE 48-4328
Phone 5-7111
tlFIELQ'S
CAMERA
SHOP
Cor. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE
1805 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach
GREETINGS
Hotel Pharmacy
SPECIAL LUNCHES
SERVICE
1201 Lincoln Rood
Miami Beach
Florida State
erminating Co.
*D MRS. BEN NIREN
'BEST WISHES FOR A
M'PY NEW YEar
ridian Ave. 5-0219
[BEST WISHES
FOR A
CHAPPY NEW YEAR
fIDENT JEWELRY
and
'AGE COMPANY
|N- Miami Avenue
BETTY'S
"KNOWN FOR DELICIOUS
AND WHOLESOME FOOD"
Completely Air Conditioned
Free Parking
Lobo Lounge
Continuous Entertainment
Phone 82-9157
1440 Biscayne Blvd.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE
CORNELL COMPANY
ROOFING SHEET METAL
4100 N. W. 28th Street
Phone 88-2424
Best Wishes To All
Olno Hair Stylist
1057 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach Phone 58-4478
Florida-Georgia Tractor Company
3139 North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida
CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL
MACHINERY AND SUPPLffiS
Offices in: Jacksonville, Fla.. Tampa, Fla., Lakeland. Fla.,
Miami, Fla., Savannah, Ga., Waycross, Ga.
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
RAINBOW TAVERN
2724 N. W. 36th Street
NO MINIMUM NO COVER
DINE and DANCE LIQUORS BEERS WINES
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
18 If. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS"
--------------------------------------------------__
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON COMPANY Merchandise Brokers Miami Jacksonville Tampa


4JJ
LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
<9 JfWIMI TCUfaeUftH. A4*(V
THE EXCLUDED ONE

SECURITY TRUST
COMPANY
Shoreland Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Specialists In Estate Management


1
PAGE 15 C
Proper Conduct During Holy Day
Servife Essential For Kcverenre
Once jrou are
-- hValure*
Witl the High Holidays here.
ft I -; at >ur igregati n J
manners. The beauty and dignity
.f worship on this most solemn
-.cca~: >n in the J-- can
;e ruined by thoughtless wor-
shippers. Don't be one of them.
r instance,
every J ew
should be in the
synagogue, but
that ideal does-
not necessarily r"
include unpre-
dicta:.lc year-old
ZCLiJ^rM A squal-
zT_7>V\i ling, kicking
VP'/Lll l\l babyas cute as
he might
%J
iver
in the cozi-
'.-. :.. .r.g room:s
. it that only enemii
would wish upon
Children racing up and down the
:..-.:._ thl Qt
aogue )i ten pie I to a
.
all
::
Tv. rtain
lelay
. _- a
wide vogue. One
I i congregate
in front of the
gogue. An-
thi: .- to ar
a 1 tt : I be-
: re finally get-
ting seated.'
sn't possible to j- .
. id being tardy but what's the
.-xcuse for the other bread it
decorum?
Now for the matter of clothes:
Every congregant wants to! ..
nice at services. It's both natural
ind admirable, but there is such
i thing as overdressing, a poin:
for the mindful women to por.d-
:r. Why make your friends re-
sentful? And a memo to the
younger generation: deposit the
bubble gum at homenot on the
?ynagogue bench. In other words,
don't chew at services.
In a majority of American
synagogues, the head must be
covered. Try to remember to
bring your own yarmulke Th.-
poor. hurried shamos has plenty
' i do without hunting up
for you
. :
keep
. ux greeting
a \ confined
1 cheerful nod
3nd j smile A
I at big loud
and resounding
Hello, how are
you"'' is fine
after services are
and you and your ::
: the synagogue or
pie
Of course, talking, whispering
or applause are I (tally >ut of
place during services. You
wouldn't do such things, of
course, but some >f your fellow-
worshipper^ do Maybe I
read I
Most important of all i.-
obligaton a : U
v." rship .-
tive procedure the
bi and ca: I
. il the ngreg iti n Nat
you car. i k ep your |
... .
Pra;. S Ve u
services have been j vital part
:. :- have kept
the J
thi Do
.....
Trannformation
/Continued from Page 4C>
peal. But this time she heard it
in Israel.
She heard it as she sat in the
small office of the immigrant
reception camp at Beit Lid. not
very far from the airport at Lyd-
da-' v,
A voung woman, not mucn
older than Rachel, sat opposite
her Her name was Chanya.
Rachel observed Chanya very
carefully She noticed her trim
white blouse, her khaki colored
skirt, her short, neat hair style.
her long, white fingers, her red.
even reddened, lips.
What would you like to do in
Israel." the voung woman asked
her.
Rachel knew only o".e thing.
She knew how to sell olives.
I would like to do what you
do." Rachel replied.
Chanya smiled. Rachel blush-
Why had she said that, she
wondei
As Chanya wrote on a long
Rachel knew why
thi answer had come so sudden-
Hue life would be different.
i charged a great deal
I, and Rachel, too. because
the Jews I America willed it.
Tod i teen months after
net arrival in Israel, Rachel looks
every bit her seventeen y ..:
It's in he: eyes, her hands, her
walk.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMRpe.
One sees the eyes of a young
woman that have fceen freshened
by t e sun. tiie sea and the gen-
erosity of others.
One sees the hands of a young
woman made agile in the per-
formance of great tasks.
One sees the walk of a young
woman eager to keep pace with
the rushing hours.
One sees the lips of a young
woman that have become excited
with the drama of everything
that has happened to her and her
countrymen.
Rachel's transformation is un-
believableeven to those who
have seen it take place day by
day.
Fourteen months in Israel have
made the difference. But who
except Chanya. the tailor and
the rug Sellerreally know.
Today. Ra[hel fh. aj
many who til <,* ""i
yah Immigrant Recelr*
near Hal "eceP.io3
It is her task to inten.-i._j
comers from Moslem i2?i
Iran, Kurdistan, and ff^
brought to Israel 3S Sri
brought, through the S'
ish Appeal. n"*'
Rachel wa.ts for the d,r,
n answer to a quest,,.
little old lady who's ^
will say I would M
what you do." P
Rachel knows what lJ
response will be. '
"In Israel." she wilia,k
impossible becomes poi]
I I know."
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
White Rock Bottling Co. ot Miami,
3300 MARY STREET
PHONE mi


Vv.n

3EST WISHES
FO R A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mays Transfer Inc.
4305 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 78-6440
SPECIALIZING IN MOVING
REFRIGERATORS
A Mosl Happy New v
To All Our Friendi
and Patrons
FOX BRAKE SERVICE
2S2S N. E. 2nd Ave.
3-5533
9!
GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI SUPER COLD Inc.
41 S.W. 1st St. Ph. 9-9633
ard
KIRBY-TUTTLE, Inc.
15 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614
COMMERCIAL fc
FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS

Best Wishes For
A Happy New Year
5-5537
LAND 0' SUN DAIRIES, Inc.


Dr. and Mrs.
. E. Rosenthal
and Family
xtend to All Their Relatives
and Friends
Sincere Wishes For A
JERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES A
rfOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jr. & Mrs. Saul Greiff
& Family
5833 Devonshire Blvd.
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Saffer
and Family
| Extend Their Beet Wishes
TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
bwislh-IEIbinidlJiain
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
SEC. D
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL -
DR. and MRS.
[ANNING J. ROSNICK
and Family
GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
OUIE. PR1SCILLA and
FRANK BANDEL
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
|SHAW BROS.
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
tfji^&ua*
Vice Mayor
and Mrs.
Burnett Roth
AND DAUGHTERS
Paula SUe and Carla Star
AND SON
Samuel Scher
EXTEND THE BEST OF
WISHES FOR A JOYOUS
AND HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL THEIR
FRIENDS .
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raPAY_SEPTEMRn,
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N E W
YEAH
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American Jewish Population Declines;
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Th American Jest
already reached its
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-, ink iteadily in nun
ise American Jews refuse
ave children in adequate
era
These an U usi i of a
itudv on "Jewish Pop...
United SI
found that Ami Jews
in) i j class which
has a low birth rate
The) rban. professional
:ed and increasingly iged."
and ..-: their counterparts in th
to achieve higher status for them-
and a smaller number jf
att-sf
The Study, which appear-
rent issut >i Social Rc-
- .-hmcal periodical.
red that with the end >'.
large-scale immigration to
the Jewish group
tain itself only through
an excesi over deaths"'
This it does not seem to be
doing at present.'" the study
A autioos pred:-
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tabl l any teg-
' group .
satisfactioi I
: in .. -
will :n the course of
the next fifts years decline in
numbe: tolutely and in
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Architects Talk
< KlllllK'l .%l
So in in a r >lM'i iii^
several
-
a [i itut : Ar hi!
: la S Chapt
It t k ". torn
Di Franz A Stewart.
Ji editoi t the ] ide C
Ass -lation represented
pr fessi n A dentist.
Dr Gi lean J Stocks, Jr. and
l R Tayl >r Da I
solicit ke for the bar
-iati .-. ." engineers were rep-
" : by Les B Taylor.
suiting Engineering A J. Sim-
-'- I I Chairman of
. Rela-
: I 11 j mtr xluced tr.e
jnty Solicitor Rober. B
Architects
that the bar
nee committee to which a
ly -.ppeai a1 -..me if
as been the victim
avior. Of
tses in little less i
raly six
" :nce.
furtl er stated that the archi-
the
wit teetl 1
ictiti n
ten: and rules >1
nduct

B Tayl >r gave th<
eering
He offered
al Engini rs C de in
eyiden but admitted that in
few of the ngii
I read it He d;J point out that
an engineer of honor requires no
other code than his conscience.
The various enginten.-.g organiza-
tions are continually working to-
ward a higher standard of prac-
tice.
Dr. Stewart stated that the
code of the architects differed in
ij from the oath of Hippo-
crates which a physician takes
before he may engage in practice.
"The confidential relationship
which exists between patient and
physician is a challenge to the
pr.ysician to give the highest tvpe
. b i w
U f a < liei t and sub-
change his plan- t 1
meet the pocketbook of the
Di Stewart pointed jut.
"but thi tient eing treated by
is entitled to the
' 1 physi ian can give and in
.. majority of cases gets it."
Dr. Stocks, speakine for the
dentists, stated there are two con-
One group hears the com-
plaints of overcharging. Another
handles complaints of unprofes-
sional conduct. He did not ap-
prove of professional men dis-
cussing alleged short comings of
each other before lay audiences
Deprecatory remarks of one mem-
ber of a profession by another
member lowers the public esteem
for the profession as a whole.
If there are differences of opin-
ion between professionals. Dr
Stocks suggested that thev be
discussed at closed meeting's.
Suggestions from the audience
ed from the floor addressed
various speakers. Dr. Rus-
sel T. Pancoast. chairman of the
Florida State Board of Architec-
brought the seminar to a
: up the seminar
- rank E WaU ipter presi-
dent, was instrumental :n ar-
''- pr'gr
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i.ve pot a problem. Maybe you
in help me. I can't make up my
Ld and my wife. God bless her,
Lsnt say anything. Not only
[Isn't she say anything, but she
been looking at me kind of
mously. She thinks, maybe, I
n crazy or, maybe,
up her mind
My Problem
she can't
about this
lake
What is this thing? You see,
L, before Rosh Hashona, I am
kustomed to make little gifts
U v poor celatives and for
raneers who may be in need.
',.., no Rockefeller, you under-
rW YEAR GREETINGS TO
" OUR MANY FRIENDS
KAMI DIAMOND
CENTER
. r. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
jr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein
I to give,
me.
He is no good, he told
stand. Just have a little shop,
but it seems to me when we come
to ask God to give us a happy | -whv do von sav that"' T a=L-oH
new year, we should be in a po- VPJ* RH "KLHSL" i tut
sition to say we have given others
a little bit of a happy new year
too. Anyway, it is a good old
Jewish custom to give to the
needy before the Holy Days and,
I guess, I am an old fashioned
Jew. Just raised that way. The
fact is, I was just reading a little
story from the Talmud about a
certain Rabbi Jose and that cre-
ated the problem. I began to tell
my wife about this Rabbi Jose
story.
Rabbi Jose, who was he? she
asks, and I was about to tell her
when in walks my cousin Sey-
mour. I guess Seymour knows
I saw him drinking in a bar
room," he said.
"If you saw him in a bar room,
you must have been there, too,"
I said.
"Not only that," said Seymour,
"but I saw him also aj a ball
game. If he's got money to go to
ball games, why should you send
him money?"
"Seymour is right," said my
wife.
"But," I said, "he doesn't make
much money, I know, and he has
a big family. It won't hurt him.
if I send him a little check. You
know Rabbi Jose ."
"Don't Rabbit Jose me," said
more about me than I do myself. ,
Not that I particularly confide \W w.\fe- .Seymour's r'ght It
in him but he is just the type, as i do*sn .">* sense to send him
they say in Yiddish who "seeks I0* lf. h,e Bes to, bar rooms
under earth." Why did Seymour and
drop in on me just now? He
knows about these gifts that I
make before Rosh Hashona and
he came to warn me against one
man to whom I am accustomed
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games.
"Well," said Seymour, taking
his hat, "I just wanted to warn
you. I've done my duty. You
can do as you see fit."
"Thank you, Seymour," I said.
"It is very nice of you to look
out for my interests. But I think
I'll still send him my little
check."
(A feuilleton for Rosh Hashona)
By D. SCHOCHER
"Suit yourself," said Seymour,
closing the door from behind.
"Are you really going to send
him money?" said my wife.
"Yes," I said, "Listen, even a
poor man has got a right once
in a while to go to a ball game
and even to a bar room. I think
maybe a poor man needs to go
there more than a rich man and,
besides, you know he doesn't
make much money and he has a
large family. In fact," I said,
"I think I'll send him more this
year."
"Are you crazy?" asked my
wife. "It doesn't make sense."
"No, I guess it doesn't make
sense, but this Rabbi Jose story
which I have been reading in the
Talmud ."
"What is this Rabbi Jose
story?" asked my wife before I
could finish my sentence.
"I was telling you in the begin-
ning," I said. "It was told Rabbi
Jose, who was in the habit of
making donations for a charity
before Rosh Hashona, that one of
his beneficiaries drank expensive
wines. So Rabbi Jose said, 'Well,
I'll have to send him more mon-
ey this year. I didn't know he
had expensive tastes.' That is
the story in the Talmud. You
see, just the same thing happen-
ed to him as to us. Now admit it
doesn't make sense, but it makes
something which, well, seems to
me more beautiful than sense."
That's what I said and my wife
didn't answer. She just kept
looking at me, and I can't make
out whether she thinks I am
crazy or is thinking herself that
Rabbi Jose's way makes some-
thing finer than sense.
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THE CITY
OF
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extends to the Jewish residents
of this community
sincere wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
**
THE CITY COMMISSION
William M. Wolfarth. Mayor
Cecil E. Kirby Perrine Palmer, Jr.
William W. Charles Louie Bandel
A. D. F. Bloodworth, City Manager
re-exa.-r.ination
- the changing situ-
Some modifi-
beca taking place
r Israeli pro-
are financed
jgti the United Jewish Ap-
...
BETVTEES COVERS:
Anotbi I ary monuT.eM to
.'. :sh martyrs annihilated
the German? in Poland during
Nazi occupation has been
erected in thai u-try This
- -.g one gets reading
Ascent to Heaven" by Adolf
: j! i.-hed by Roy Pub-
T c book is written
tion which is ef-
red to the read-
ttei hither he is a
ard boiled" per-
[1 u a collection of
inted by the
Warsaw, and
ities, ar.a of huxan ce-
..r in "..me of terror .
tthor has much to say
...alities of the
Ajani lurir.g the German
n I Lwow Formed'
. thi German authorities, the
Ukrainian militia acted no bet-
.oward the Jews than the
S extermination squads .
In fact, the members of the
Ukrainian Legion, who had ar-.
I in Lwow with the Germans ;
called the local people "soft eggs"
because they could not stand the 1
groaning of the Jews killed in j
mass shootings The author i
describes how the Ukrainians in
the service of the Nazis humili- j
ated ard tortured the Jews
He also describes the change in I
the psychology of Jews in Poland '
who managed to survive the
Nazis The author is consider- i
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writers.
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States N w it will become a'
lO Ai-L maj( r [f q, | t:-.e major slogan :
A MCST HAPPY NEW YEAR c.f the Zionj* "l1^6"1. J? '
America American delegates
a ill return home from the World ,
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem ;
determined to "capture" control j
of the Jewish federations ar.d
, welfare funds Securing lead-
ership in the welfare funds-will:
be a major Zionist objective.
South Miami judging from the tone of the |
Zionist Congress There has
been the feelin that the Jewish ,
-----.....' federations and welfare funds
AMERICAN MOODS:
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FOR A HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
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CUSTOMERS.
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1864 S. W. 8th Street
DeSOTO AND PLYMOUTH
"Factory Trained Mechanics"
Phone 82-7571
they will .... "^
onizing f
leadership ..-. A a app^1
its effort to gs
in local comn '^i
most- -Ta2
yield the best i
course, be the u
ican nor.-Z
Agency ex< i
approaches r j[.
leaders in New Y ere 5^
in this direction shortly cefm
they left for the Z: mist Conp
. These appr ai het wS
doubtediy. be revived wit--,
few week.- as soon as"*
season for communal actirite
starts .
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
In the fight which is nowfe]
veloping around the Maclverfcj
port on Jewish groups combat^I
anti-Semitism in America, fel
American Jewish Congress is#|
ing with Prof M Leatl
ers of the Amen.an Jew..-.-. Cl
gress take qur ffereotssss]
on the Ifaclver n mendatxa
than that taken by the Amenta]
Jewish Co.' n ittei and the AsS-j
Defamation I. '. B'oal
B'rith While latter tul
orga-izaticr.s at ry fa: (rw|
accepting Maclvei recommen#|
tions. the American Jewish Com
gress takes Dride in the factth*|
most of the ret .-irr.mendahwl
coincide with the viewj often a^ I
vanced by its leadership Tlul
leaders of the Amerkai Jewalj
Congress consider irrelevant till
argument that Pro: Maclvenuil
not understand the "parucutel
philosophy" of each of the Jew-1
ish organizations engaged a
fighting anti-Semitism Ttefj
are primarily interested in*]
fact that the Maclver Rejwt
points out how to avoid the U
of overlapping which, they claia,
costs the Jewish community se*J
etal million dollars a year
Jhe Jewish Labor Comrm'-Kt
which came through with flynJ
colors -sir the Maclver Hep*LJ
ouite indifferent to Mechwi
recommendaUons Th,li,*
spite the fact that Prof. MacMj
suggests that the Jewish Law
Committee be given the monofw
on work among labor unions 11
combatting racial prejudice .-
The Jewish War Veterans. *
other group favored by r
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TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
SAM JOSEPHER and
FAMILY
of the
MIAMI SEA
FOOD COMPAM
675 N. W. 5th Street
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEWIS POMERANTZ
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RING MAHONY & ARNER
duPont Building
MiamL Fla.
Sincere Wishes to AU Out
Relative, and Friends k*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George CheHUot
and children
STANLEY IVAN
CAROL FATTH
_


UDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
+Jmlsti fhrtdliar
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CONFIDENTIAL
[ver, goes even further .
W.V. makes it clear that in
\ iew, no single agency organ-
ic the American Jewish
milv can combat the work
anti-Semitic elements .
)MESTIC ISSUES: Speaking
, surveys, we come again to
now'famous Maclver. re-
I :, the organizations engag-
. fighting anti-Semitism in
fe United States. The Anti-
-famation League of the B'nai
Frithwhich is hit hardest by
i (portclaims that Prof.
faclver's study "is not a true
tfvcv". The major argument
Ivanced by the Anti-Defama-
Dn League is that the Maclver
,rt lacks understanding of
(wish life. The analysis ad-
fits that there have been "er-
krs of ommision and commis-
by Jewish community re-
Itions agencies and that the
LDL. has been as guilty of
k'ese errors as others. How-
vrer. it claims that the approach
^commended by Prof. Maclver
oes not help either in defining
fe errors or in solving them. .
lie Anti-Defamation League
ikes exception, especially, to
rof. Maclver's recommendation
Hi the establishment of a special
pmmittee consisting equally of
hembers representing the Jew-
fch community councils, the
jouncil of Jewish Federations
hi Welfare Funds and the na-
fo. al Jewish agencies engaged
inti-defamation activities. .
this committee Maclver would
jrn over all funds for fighting
nti-Semitism and racial preju-
lice. In turn, this committee
yould apportion sums to the var-
dus organizations engaged in
ombatting anti-Jewish senti-
jents in the United States. .
objecting to such an arrange-
i e n t. the Anti-Defamation
eague says that Prof. Maclver
minimizes the ideological differ-
ices among Jewish community
lations agencies and over em-
phasizes alleged overlapping of
unction. The A.D.L. also does
lot like Prof. Maclver's recom-
nerdations to set up the Nation-
Community Relations Advis-
lry Council as the controlling
tody over all Jewish organiza-
lions engaged in defending civil
Eights. The American Jewish
Committee takes a milder stand
wards the Maclver report. .
believes the report caa serve
a basis for further discussion
nd a starting point for solution
af certain problems in the field
jf Jewish community relations. .

liiey predict that in a "second
fround" Israel would double her
(territory. And they take issue
with the Arab League for poison-
ing the minds of the Arabs by
naking them believe that a "sec-
round" against Israel is pos-
sible. The American Arabs
ilso criticize the Arab rulers and
Ipohticians for maintaining that
Ithe truce was imposed on the
Vrab states by force. The
truth, they say, is exactly the op-
Ipositebefore the truce the Arab
armies were in a state of disrup-
tion and disintegration. .
They reveal that "the capital
of one of the Arab states
was in instant danger of occupa-
tion by the Zionist armies". .
Such occupation, they disclose, I
was prevented by the second
truce which the generals of the '
Egyptian army actually begged
for. "One particular foreign
power interfered at the proper
occasion and thus prevented
shame, scandal and total defeat.
for the Arabs," they establish
They call the leaders of the Arab
League liars and political char-
latans. And all this is done j
publicly in an article in Al-Hoda, !
largest Arab daily newspaper in I
New York. The author of the i
article is none other than Prof, i
Habib Eissa, one of the most re-
spected figures in the Arab
world. .
NOTES ON GERMANY
Cyrus L. Sulzberger in the
New York Times of July 16th
reports that the American Jew-
ish Committee sent analysts to
survey the situation in Germany
after Dr. Adenauer had attrib-
uted the gains of the neo-Nazis
to economic distress.
Says Sulzberger: They report- \
ed that, to the contrary, the So-
cialist Reich party seemed to
be stronger among moderately
prosperous Protestant farmers
and concluded that "the Reich is
apparently again ready for a new
nationalist party, provided that
this party is well organized and
bold enough to operate openly
on the basis of Nazi doctrine."
Throughoijt his dispatch,
Sulzberger emphasized that the
neo-Nazis are not only anti-
Communists but also anti-U.S.
He reveals the interesting fact
that the neo-Nazis attack the
Germany generals who are con-
sulting with the Allies about
German re-arming as "colla-
borationists."
It is not only the Committee's
Jewish but its patriotic duty as
well, in view of the findings of
its own analysts, to warn public
opinion. Congress and our gov-
ment against the re-armament of
Germany.
On May 6th, the very day the
neo-Nazis rolled up 11% of the
vote in Lower Saxony, the Execu-
tive Committee of the American
Jewish Committee adopted a
declaration favoring the admis-
sion of Germany to the "family
of democratic nations."
Does the Committee- still ad-
here to this position? The Jew-
ish community is entitled to a
clear statement of policy.
SCOOP
American Jewish Congress has
in its possession documents
signed by Artukovic proving the
criminal role he played in solv-
ing the Croatian Jewish problem
through extermination. The for-
mer Minister of Justice in the
Nazi puppet state of Croatia, who
is fighting extradition to Yugo-
slavia as a war criminal, is now
seeking permanent shelter in the
U.S. as a political refugee "from
communism." If the State De-
partment is really anxious to
learn the gruesome facts about
the scoundrel all it has to
do is to secure the testimony
of witnesses to his crimes. And if
it wants the witnesses they can be
secured through the AJC, whose
files contain a number of irrefut-
able documents and affidavits.
But the truth of the matter is
that the State Department has
shown no disposition to ferret out
the evidence. In fact, and I have
it on excellent authority, an at-
torney or investigator for the
State Department was to have in-
terviewed witnesses.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
C. & H. HOME BUILDERS
"BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES"
7171 S.W. 13th Street 3531 S.W. 12th Street
Phones 87-8774 48-5775
Mr. and Mrs. Louis (sillman
and Sons
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AMI MRS. HARRY GREEN
2515 S. W. 17th AVENUE
GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
123 N. E. 1st St.
PHONE 2-01 IS
Season's Greetings
LeJeane Market
"The best the market affords
at reasonable prices"
525 N.W. 42nd Ave. 83-3397
MR. AND MRS. III >.l AMI > W ElX Ell
and Children Richard and Jill
oi 2901 South West 15th Street
Extend to their many friends
Best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year
CKSOOOOOCM&
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
5.J.
420 Lincoln Road
Realtor
GREETINGS
i
BADECOUNTY
DAIRIES
PHONE 78-4783
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
David R. RifasHyland Rifas
Miami Title and Abstract Company
24 Years of Title Service in Dade County
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 3-6661
KELLOCC COMPANY
We
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Southern Nursing & Placement Service
226 W. FLAGLER STREET
The Miami Beach Zionist District
EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
'e are happy to send cordial greetings
to our many friends.on the occasion of
Rosh Hashanah. May the New Year be
blessed with Peace and Abundance,
Good Health and Happiness for the
Jewish people and for mankind the
world over."
It is appropriate, at this time, to express
our sincere thanks to the Jewish trade
and the Jewish public for their friendship
and support. Their preference for our
products is a source of great pride to us.
ALL KELLOGG CEREALS ARE KOSHER
under the supervision of
RABBI MITCHEL S. ESKOLSKY
SAMUEL DUNST
MORRIS BENGIS
CORN
FLAKES
Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE
445 N. W. 54th St Phono 7-2904

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+Jeisf TkrM&r
FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRISG
HAPPISESS JOY ASD PROSPERITY
TO ALL OUR FRIESDS ASD PATP.OSS
ASD TO ALL JEWRY
MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN AUERBACH & FAMILY
Fifth StrMt Fish and Spa Food
147 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 82-4202 Miami. Fla.
Capitol Spotlight
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN"
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI AGENCY
GENERAL INSURANCE
H. II. WOMSMALL, JK.
1101 Ingraham Blag.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
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"NEAR YOUR FAVORITE CAUSEWAY"
2057 Everglades Concourse Miami Beach
IT IS INDEED A PLEASURE TO WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A TRULY HAPPY NEW YEAR
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
STATE OF FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Custombilt Furniture Mfg. Co.
100 N.E. 40th Street Phone 78-4781
Showrooms Corner 79th St. and Biscayne Blvd.. Phone 78-4244
llvnt W is his
For .1 Happy and
l'i ns/n i ims \vw Yvar
''
KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE
Co., I
nc.
159-161 South Water Market
CHICAGO 8. ILL.
i
DELICIOUS SAUSAGE. PICKLED. COOKED
and SMOKED MEATS
Your best insurance is
that our products are man-
ufactured under the As-
embly of Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States and
Canada and the United
States Department of Ag-
riculture.
Miraifs Look For \o. I
OUR PRODUCTS MAY BE PURCHASED
IN THIS AREA FROM
Martin Food Products
10 S. E. 5th St.. Miami Phone 9-1697
Distributors of Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
Paul Martin
Tillie Livingston
. assault or. the vot-
jnder way
Thi ner is getting co :
,nd the poht
.::ed drives
I '':>'
powerful govern-
come f
1952 d campaign.
ner lull, n
ngn ituck I quio-
tollars and
of treachery.
.ind other as-
W< n expect the
jui blina and luetions to get
more violent. Now that the Presi-
r.at.ng conventions
year away, we
n us th -ason of back-
.-toDsir'; and stupidities, of nasty
charges and just plain silly acts.
A e>xi example of what to ex-
pei I :. .rrcnt battle between
the tv. -- rsr.es-hunting com-
'. Congress. Tr.e Ser.ate
Internal Secuntv Subcommittee,
headed by Franco-loving Pat Mc-
Carrar. of Nevada, is trying to
lit-investigate and grab more
head; r) the oest headline-
snatching organization in the
world, the House Committee on
Unamencan Activities.
Both groups ar the same th:ng. Both groups keep
trying to oe the first to call up
witnesses to testify on the In-
stitute of Pacific Relations. Both
groups keep making "sensation-
s'" discosures.
Nobody bothers to mention
that many of the "disclosures"
:-ir.g from the twin investiga-
: oi were known a long-time'
ago
bers of both parties will
have a tough time getting sillier
thar. they have been in the past
But thev will manage Dire pre-
dictions of tr.e downfall of the
Republic already have been made
because of investigations of mink
coats in the White House, a snake
farm financed by the government,
and the purchase by the Navy
of some 100.000 oyster forks. Law-
makers have raised a howl about
hormone-treated chickens which
migrt make men sterile, and
about foreign medals given to
General Harry Vaughan for his
"service to humanity."
Other lawmakers spent many
weeks tracking down the man
who apparently made a fortune
by promising to get dollar-a-year
leases on government buildings
wher. the government went un-
derground because of atomic
bombing raids. The White House
itself was faced with the problem
of what to do with an elephant.
The new Minister from Cambo-
dia has promised to send one as
a gift to President Truman, and
giving somebody an elephant is
the highest honor you can pay
someoodv in Cambodia. Despite
reports, the White House will not
give the animal to the Republi-
cans to be used as a G.O.P. mas-
cot. It has promised to give the
beast to the Washington zoo.
It's a pity all of the voters can't
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
Boats Machinery Office Safes Household
Concrete Pouring Move Anything
31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area
239 N. W. 26th STREET
PHONE 9-8959 87-6486
see their represent:.!.,.
ington onU^v*mw*,
could watch thei- hrLj1 **
m Washington.^2?Z .
probablv would have **
dous turnover rt W,,tr*:n* !
Representative -,v^t0rs>*
silliest things. O-VofTeV^
referring to the C.-inese v >
Another call.- I:.ivCh'Che* i
d.go-China.- or, Senito^JS
to emphas.ze point de^S
As the campaign ntTiL:-
the politician.' ,.i l?***.\
greater length, -a: tvj,3
now to pin al g. "
troubles on the C nmw
on the opposing party SUl*|
For example, a few dan iftJ
the West Kin, scandalM
headlines, a group of nre p(1-7e
Leans blamed the iunKfift
W cadets on the TuntanAtoi'
tration It was ah Dart 7*
moral degradation resulting fc2 !
he Democrats be ;n \
the G.O.P. lawmakers said tS
increase in the use of dope Z
the recent basketball scinS
also were caused by the Demo.
crats or Republicans, depends
on which party the accuser!*!
longed to.
This business of accusing von
opponents of everything you
think oi has reac.ed the point
where Guy Gabnelsun and Wj- I
ham Boyle, chairman of the Re-
publican and Democratic parta
both reportedly are being inves-
tigated. They have not been
cused of subversionat the ton
this column was written. CrA-ga
against them have something o
do with money and government
loans and that sort of thing
Fortunately, there are a num-
ber of honest souls around Wasa-
inton who will stick to the (acts,
argue issues logically, conduct is
honest campaign ar.d give the
voters credit for possessing a re-
sonable amount of mtelkgeact'
Many of these hones:, fearles
lawgivers will be sent back to
another term in Congresssome
with the aid of a good politick
machine and maybe > rr.eramm
election day.
Then the Nation will have i
brand new Congress, which will
immediately begin investigating
gifts to officials, the Institute of
Pacific Relat; :.- influence ped-
dling, subversives, bookies, dope
fiends, numbers -
reasons why the opp .-:te political
partv is likely to ruin the coufr
trv.
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
MURPHY & MILLS
Corporation
PIT ROCK3-4 ROCKSCREENINGS
FILLPEA ROCK MASON SAND
2601 N. W. 75th Street Phone 89-2521
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Henry E.
Mangels Company
Distributors for
Schlitz
The Beer thai made
Milwaukee Famous'
122 NIL 11th St. Phone 3-8311
GREETINGS
DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS
WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS
Phone 3-5461
519 N. W. 23rd Street
JACK \ IM I >| \ \
AND
JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BARBARA JANE DRESS SHOP
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
21.9 Coral Way Phon. 4S-8050
E. SAFER. Proprietor
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
JACKS GROCERY & MARKET
192 N. W. Mth Street p.
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MeTtS
JACK ROHER. Proprietor
DAN CHAPPELL
1004 Biscayne Building
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Streel
PHONE 9-2291
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
510 Lengford Bldg.
PHONE MW


in>AY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
+Jewish fh>rfrU*n
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\Their
'ate
By FRED A. STERN
ie Jewish New Year is ob-
rved traditionally in a climate
meditation and self-searching,
osh Hashona has ever been a
me of spiritual inventory, for
ic is the season, as is stated in
e Rosh Hashona service, when
is written "who shall live and
ho shall die."
In the year 5711, our support
the United Jewish Appeal has
abled tens of thousands to
,e the purgatory of deadline
ntries for a new start in Is-
el some 150,000 Jews have
ached Israel's shores in the
ast right months, from Iraq,
ripolitania, Morocco, and East-
>rn European countries.
In the year 5711, American
lews have kept nearly half a mil-
ion alive in Eastern Europe and
oslem lands.
In the year 5711, we have help-
thousands more to reach this
r.try and other Western dem-
cracies.
In the year 5711, we contribut-
1 substantially, through the
nited Jewish Appeal, to the up-
jilding of Israel through settle-
ents and work camps, irriga-
in projects and improvement of
e land. We helped to strength-
; Israel as a bastion of democ-
acy in the Near East at a cruc-
moment in history.
The year 5712 confront* us
ith new challenges, and new
opportunities.
The spotlight shifts at this
oint to two countries behind the
Dn Curtain. We learn that the
ws of Hungary are in jeopardy
150.000 human beings, most of
f whom are completely depend-
nt on our aid. In that country-.
ihousands are being shipped out
if the cities to 'destinations un-
nown." From Roumania, where
sarly 300.00 clamor for exit, we
ust bring at least 8,000 a month
Israel. At the same time, our
eline of aid is all that sustains
he Jewish populations in a num-
ber of other critical areas. Al-
hough the rescue operation of
raq's Jews is virtually complet-
dmore than 106,000 Jews of
raq having been flown to Israel
n the past 13 monthsthe Jews
f'Iran are now anxious to leave,
ome 60.000 in Iran are under
evere economic hardship and
heir hope, too, is Israel. And
he lot of Jews in such countries
s Libya. Tripolitania, Morocco
nd Tunisia can only be made
eaiable through aid supplied
ith United Jewish Appeal funds,
hik as many as possible must
e brought to Israel as quickly
possible.
Meanwhile, the approach of
winter in Israel threatens to
cause new suffering for thous-
ands of newcomers there who
hare a homeland now but no
homes in which to dwell. Such
homvs must be built quickly.
There is a tremendous job of
construction to be accomplished
before snow and bitter cold
menace the safety of 150.000
newcomers.
At the same time, extension of
hi Displaced Persons Law in
inn l'ounlI"y renews the hopes of
moon Jewish DPs who now can
rook forward to obtaining visas
IJor entry into the United States
|by January 1st. But in truth, it
js we who are granted an ex-
tension an extension of the
chance to save hundred of thous-
nc of our fellow Jews in troub-
led areas in the year 5712,
through the instrument of the
United Jewish Appeal.
"is up to us to help determine,
' months to come/ "who
I in
shall
live and who shall die.'
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
AND
HENRY'S
AUTO PARTS
2038 N. W. 27th At..
PHONE 3-1427
' I
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> lfistHcrkfiar
FRIDAY.
. -i the,r
A HAFFY NEW YEiJ
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY new ^
i
IRVING RATHER
ARTHUR SCHATTEL
LEATHERCRAH
UPHOLSTERERS
21 N. W. 9th strw
PHONE 3-5046

Tr.e vzz'.i ; yc-.-.gst democracy which three *hcr! years gc
= = battling a=a:r. .-.are a: work :.-. *..-.e s-rr.rr.ar of 1951 building new industries to
rcr;oe rr.oderr. -c-cls and jobs for newcomers to the Jewish State.
he rasj gairs :.-. Israel s industrial "growing-up" process are
sown ;- thil photographic report just arriTed from the Jewish
z:e. A r. = .-. prtduces 34 000 alarm ciocks annually; 2 Just like in Use
ra:espre::y exhlbitof and all. Israel is producing modern re-
:gera:i:s. The factory, another American mTestment, is turning
i.COC refrigerators monthly: 3 Another riew of the Ramat
L I L L I A X III It II A > T S
4lnt Strppt Viowpr Shop
41: 41 = : S:ret Cpp. Sheridan Theatre Fhcne 58-7221
7 L 0 R A 1 tash;0 n:S T
In Complete Wedding SerTice
Spec.aiixing In Decorating Prirate Homes and Hotels
SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
".'." DELIVER
MIAMI ZIOMST DISTRICT
ENDS ITS BEST NE'A" YEAR WISHES AND GREETINGS
TC ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
LSHGNO TOVA TIKOSEVU
SANFORD M SWERDLIN. President
lladf Countv \ *>w sdrali-rs Supply C'.
ED. PETRY. Can. Mgr.
142 N. W. 1st COURT
Phone *2 5S.J3
REAL A MAGAZINE TONIGHT
Phone 4-2641
Auto Painting
PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS
SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE
Corner Grand Are. at Douglas Road
Miami. Florida
Mf-Farlin Const met ion Companv
.-~ ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ROADS STREETS PARKING LOTS DRIVES
ASPHALTS TARS ROAD OILS
Sine* 193]
IMS N. W. Sfith Street phoB# 7.3W|
Miami 38, Florida
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL
Miami Ventilated Shatter Co. Inr,
Jack Dixoo
Office 1646 N. W. 7th Avenue
Fianl 1647 N. W. 7th Court
Benjamin Horrow
Phone 3-6503
Phone 3-8578
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
SCHIFF S MARKET
MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF
1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3751
Gar. alarm z'-x'k factory and its modern tools for making the tick-
:;: cea: r.gh:.- 4 New immigrants to Israel from Shanghai
ir.res'.ed cap.'.al to open a modern workshop in Jaffa to manu-
fa -re a.to loare parts: 5 Radios for tha local market and for
exper-. are oeir^g ma-_fac:ured hy a factory set up in Israel by a
cr:-r :: Fre-;>. :-restors- 6 An Israeli mechanic checks over a
sew Ki-ter Fraxer model before it rolls off the assembly line at
the Haifa pftaW*. First shipments of the cars are already enroute
to Finland as part ;: Israels growing export trade. Art/.tan
'-
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Frits*
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
IMCORPORATED
62 S.W. Third Strtet ll
PHONE 2-7K4
A Hcppy New :ecr
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
Fred and Herbert Abrams
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1613 Alton Road
PHONE 5-5907
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Arenue
PHONE 4-40 14
CORAL GABLES
SEASON'S GREETINGS from
Sidney Meyer Mitchell Wolfson
WOMETCO THEATRES
CARIB
MIAMI
LINCOLN
MIRACLE
CAPTTOL
STATE
BILTMORE
STRAND
TOWN
SURF
CAMEO
GROVE
PARKWAY
MAYTAIR
PLAZA
TOWER
ROSETTA
CENTER
ESSEX
BLVD. DRTVE-IN
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
FRITZ
PAINTING CO.
PAINTING DECORATING
LICENSED INSURED
3020 N.W. 7th Arenue
FRITZ RUHR. Owner
Phone 1-2200
Phone: 02412$ 2-0491 Established IBS
Armatire and Generator Exchaige
Motor Winding Repairs and Service
New and Rebuilt Motors Generators and Fa&i i
Electrical Marine Work
Controls Brushes and Parts
HARRY CONDO 340 N. W. First Cosrl
Res. Phone M-2030 Miami W. Florid*
IN A HURRY CALL
KIMBAIX >i 1 It || A V
THE LUXURY DRT CLEANERS
5705 N.W. 2nd Arenue Phone 78-5521
Branch: 1400 S.W. let St
SIMON SEIDEN
Program Director
WFEC
JEWISH FOBUM
ON THE AIR
EXTENDS SEASON'S
GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS SPONSORS
AND LISTENERS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
KING BAKE SHOP
soLPnrARsrr
1804 S. W. Eighth Street Mia*'
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Jensen's Liquor Tavern
BAR and PACKAGE STORE
We Carry A Full Line of Package Good*
CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES
1646 S. W. 27th Avenue
TO ALL
SEASONS GREETINGS
FLORIDIAN HALF PINTS INC
1415 N. E. 2nd Arenue
MkxmLFlori^



v
SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
* Jewish fhrMkm
r EGETABLES
' ITAMINS
ICTOHY
Iklefeker
(produce CO.
L.w. 21 si SJ. Ph. 3-1795
GREETINGS
rbori Diamond
&C.
SEA SHELLS &
riCWER SUPPLIES
[Telephone 83-7735
1340 N.W. 27th Ave.
Miami 35. Florida
JEWS IN SPORTS
cated Sunday supplement maga- I __.
** Admiral Leffler
Those who lived through the
'days when Friedman was mak-
ing gridiron history will remem-
ber how he became an All-Amer- I
ican quarterback while playing1
at the University of Michigan. j Dade County and nine other
Younger sports fans have read counties of South Florida was an-
about Friedman, for his feats, nounced today by a joint corn-
have long since become legend, j mttee of the Dade County Red
?h ,s Pf ticu'ar|y qualified to Cross, the Blood Bank of Dade
talk about avoiding injuries, since Countv anrt th,. r-,. u a \
he never was hurt seriously dur- V\ CUn,y Medlcal
ing his entire career. And in his AssocIatlon- Admiral C. D. Lef-
i day, players didn't have the pad- aer- chairman of the Blood Bank
ding and protection" they now j Board of Directors, was elected
ttoalrallv irrio^^Q-o a- chairman of the joint seven-man
:ceKa^ke5SS?onr"heaVS ST^' ^ ^ M" F' WU'
and learning to fall. Players tend t,cnen' Rt'd Cross member was
PAGE 9 D
Heads County's
Blood Program
A defense blood program for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
pennwoven, inc.
Established 1904
MANUFACTURERS OF INSECT WIRE SCREENING
ALUMINUM BRONZE STEEL IRIDITED
Warehouse 260 N. W. 25lh Street
Phone 82-6531 Miami, Florida
KAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JACK JUSTICE
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR
9S13 Harding Arenui
PHONE 86-1466
Happy New Year
MR. AND MRS.
FRANK S. GLAZER
ol the
ixi Express
and
liami Beaeh
loaners A
Laundry
1513 Alton Road
and learning to fall. Players tend
, to duck when contact is made, nam?d.v!ce"chairrr'un-
he says, and therefore, they don't Administrative assistants to the
I see .what is coming. Another com- committee were appointed to put
i mon fault is extending an arm out Prgram into immediate oper-
: to break a fall, something he con- a,lon- A memorandum of agree-
siders very dangerous | mentis the result of discussion
The National Jewish Welfare w\}}c\} started last August and
xAr.1 BLJJU. ___... ... I Which l\:i '' .. Vioon t>x*x..n..
--------- ----iare r------. ---. awv.
Board met Friday. August 24 to u since been approved
fall's JWB national l .y tne American National Red
__..- mi. : I Cross. Anmiral T nffl*t* ...,..(
tournament. Thli SK*8, Admiral Leffler stated.
GREETINGS
- T. S. BUDD
OPTICIAN
1112 Huntington Building. Miami. Florida
Phone 9-1451
262 Andulusia Phone 4-0291 Coral Gables
; plan next
! basketball tournament. T h i .""*,""* **"'* wmei siaiea,
I time, more teams than ever are ,, a8reement was worked out
expected to participate. One of : IcaIIy' and ll ls believed that
the reasons is the location that Provisions are unique in the
1 has been selected. It was decided estab'isnment of a cooperative
to hold the competition in Balti- fpmmunity defense blood collec-
more. In the last tournament, the "on program.'
site was Montreal, and while ,er committee members are,
there was a large turnout, the : nars Tow.le and Dade County
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there was a large turnout, the
number of teams might have been
even greater had the tourney
been held in a more convenient
location. Montreal is "a little off
the beaten track," as one JWB
official put it. Baltimore is more
centrally located for a number
Red Cross Chapter Chairman, Dr.
James J. McCormick for the Red
Cross; George H. Salley and Wil-
liam Imand for the Blood Bank;
and Dr. Jack Q. Cleveland, repre-
senting the Medical Association.
William Pruitt, Red Cross Vice-
Chairman, represented Dr. Mc-
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689
of clubs. The policy of inviting Chairman, represented Dr. Mc-
two Canadian teams to take part >-ormick at the first meeting of
is expected to be carried out Ithe. >mir.ittee.
again Administrative and operational
Irving "Moon" Mondschein left responsibility for the program
as scheduled for Israel to teach I was deIefiated to Admiral Leffler
athletics'and help build an olym- | and tw, technical assistants,
pic team, following the send-off |James 9 ohver- loc,al Manager
accorded him with a dinner in his f tn American Red Cross and
honor. He is reported to have I James J. Gnf ltts, Associate
GREETINGS
THE PATIO SHOP
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
3650 Coral Way Phone 48-2920
stopped off in London and Paris
on his way to Israel
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Orer 25 Years in Greater Miami
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Directors of the Blood Bank who
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into immediate operation.
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9-Jewish fhridlMi
""PAY.SEPTEMHn,
Our Film Folks
Martin And Lewis Comedy In Good Taste
By LtON GUTTEHMAN
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis are probably the freshest, the
merriest and zaniest comedy team in show buisness. The ultimate
txponents of all the best elements in comedy, satirical as well at
rtick, they have added the attribute of "good taste.' There has
never been ore risque or off-color routine in their repertoire.
The talented zanies recently <.,;,
completed their fourth mot.on performance, hey had no script.
picture for producer Hal Walhs. no planned strategy. ,B*t none-
side "tables. Thev acted like
"The gags and antics expound- madmen and the audience loved
ed bv Dean and Jerry are as it jBy the end of the week the>
spontaneous and exciting as had their routine down pat. And
champagne bubbles. They work thougr they have con .rued to
without benefit of script or writ- add bits and impersonations since
ters. Their humor emanates that time, their act has re-
bnght. receptive observ- mamed as spontaneous and as
ant minds their own. In wit *anv
and ebullience, they are "nat- Born In Nw Jersey
urals." It takes a pretty hard- Jerry Lewis, who is six feet
bitten sourpuss to refrain from tall, was born en M^;ch 26. 1926.
howling at then: at one point or in Newark. New Jersey. He is
ther. the onlv child of Danny and Mrs.
Martin Straight Man Lewis, who have been ir. show
,. u i.. .v. business for 2. vears. Grease
- 'S v\C ,Kiy Paim was in young Jerry's blood
straight man. Yet at the same ^ attending high
S dD'eH trlK J, hool he was putting on ama-
-end audiences into h ise f
sterics. When sing- y^ causes Qctober ,_
- h ...ever, he has a rich. g h married lovely Patty
', voice, and if Lewis p, { vocalist for the
SnS seleS] *? iSStfSU* KJS'
ttSt t. JFJttbMfZ
V;l_ f" J J1?2I 1J attended high school and a cou-
' h ^il' ^ to Long Beach. California.
sequentlj ing each other. "
V kinj their latest -------------------------------------------
film Jerry turned to Dean and
not just the right
type for this part You're play-
..-.e a lover. You get the beauti-
ful girl B it ; \u nose is all
ng Let's put some adhesive
n it and build it up."
Adhesive top-, on my nose."
"How will I
'. i n I know," replied Jerry.
We'll til .'.'. the picture's On-
: r.d out "
Teaming Accidental
The young comedy team was
gether by chance five
years ago in Atlantic City Jer-
as appearing at the 500
J there and one night the
an himself mir.us an
act Jerry suggested his friend
a singer. The .'. r.
r pr tested that he didn't want
-.:.--. and Jerry replied. "Bu:
e tl in singer He's
guy. and he'd
great straight man for me.
We could do a lot of funny
things together.'
Thinking :t over, the owner
decided he had nothing to lose
so he put them on as a team.
One week passed and nothii -
funny happened. The owner of
the nightclub wanted to know
what had happened to all that
funny stuff thev could do to-
gether Then, repeating that he
didn't want a singer, he told
them they had better get funny
last or thev'd both be out of
jobs.
Dean and Jerry locked thtm-
' their hotel room but
they were unable to put any-
thing down on paper. When
" emerged for the evening
Dean tried a dozen professions be-
fore he decided to become a sing-
er. He was an amateur prize
fighter, a gas station attendant, a
mill hand and a gambling house
croupier. About six years ago he
took ud singing as a career.
though he had no previous exper-
ience, r.ot even as a child. Six
feet tall. Dean is married to Jean-
nie Bigger, a former model.
Cadillacs Ai Bonus
After their successful engage-
ment i.t Atlantic City, the boys
appeared in the Latin Casino in
Philadelphia. During their run.
thev broke Ted Lewis' nine-year
record for both attendance and
gross receipts. Closing night, the
management gave them each a
new Cadillac as a bonus.
Since forming their team. Mar-
tin and Lewis haven't had a day
off. Thev now receive more offers
than they can possibly fulfill.
It was during their first engage-
ment at Slapsie Maxie's in Los
Angeles that their act came to
the attention of film producer
Hal Wallis of Paramount. He
promptly signed them to a motion
picture contract, and for their
screen debut, he had important
roles written into the script of
My Friend lima." The boys
plaved two eager, ambitious trou-
pers, trying to crack Broadway.
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and SAUL
and "BUBBY" GENET
5101 Lake view Drive
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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181-183 N.E. 36th Street
ACETYLENE & ELECTRIC WELDING
PAUL'S CARPET COMPANY
Miami Ave.. Ph. 2-8485 5990 N.W. 7th Ava.. Ph. 7-1591
1606 N.E. Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale Ph. 2-7561
ISpecialiiing in Hotels Apartments Theatres Homes
CARPETS LINOLEUM BROADFELT
Cutting Sewing and Laying Cleaning and Repairing
Contract Dealers of Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet Co.
GREETINGS
Superior Dry Cleaning Ine.
I (THE PLANT THAT GIVES SUPERIOR SERVICE)
f, E. 2nd Avenue Telephone 3-0541
TO ALL.. .
GREETINGS
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GENERAL INSURANCE
I Congress Bldg. phone 82-7595
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IS. W. 8th Street
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RoHh Hashona
Message
By SAMUEL BELKIN. President.
Yeshiva University
Once again the soul-stirring
sound of the shofar bids us tak?
stock of our daily lives, our aims
and our achievements during the
, Past year. We ask ourselves to
[what extent we have failed and
to what extent we have succeed-
ed in living up to our respor.si-
bi itiesour duties to God, to our
fellowmen, and to ourselves
We must dwell upon those ob-
ligations which man has towards
his Creator the spiritual and
moral values, revealed in the
Torah and expressed concretely
as a way of life, that are the fun-
damentals to a Jew who strives
to attain a state of goodness. We
must remember, however, that a
good Jew does not achieve this
state of goodness by the dedica-
tion ot his entire life to other
wordhness and withdrawing from
the affairs of the everyday world.
Rather, he attempts to model his
life upon the Torah, which is
organized in two indivisible parts
one portion dealing with the du- ,
ties which man has towards his
fellowmen, and the other with j
the obligations which man has i
towards his Creator. A good Jew I
is, therefore, one who can cre-
ate a harmonious blending be-
tween his moral obligations to
humanity and his divine attach-
ment to God; a synthesis between
his contemporary environment
and his spiritual life.
Secondly, we look into the
depths of our own minds and
souls. A good Jew is not an es-
capist. He does not seek activity,
either in his own work or with
people, as a means to avoid com-
ing face to face with himself.
While he endeavors to serve un-
selfishly, he does not become self-
less. Rather does he give expres-
sion to his inner self, in an effort
to express his unique potentiality
and to live creatively through
himself and others. It is only
through this self-examination and
eventual self-acceptance that we
are able to achieve true related-
ness to G-d and to our fellow-
men.
Let the resounding call of the
shofar awaken us to a renewed
consecrationlet each individual
rededicate himself to a deeper
and more profound integration
between himself, G-d, Israel and
the Torah.
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H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
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Halperin Lab Is
teiven Brandeis
Dr. Abram I. Sachar, president
of Brandeis University, an-
nounced recently that a new phy-
sical chemistry laboratory in the
university's plant will be named
after Abraham Halperin, the late
Miami Beach hotel owner and
philanthropist.
The unit will be housed in
Brandeis' Science Hall on the 160-
acre campus, Waltham, Massa-
chusetts, and will service some
700 students, a portion of whom
will make up the university's
first graduation class in June,
1952.
Until his death, Mr. Halperin
was president of the Traymore
Hotel and active in many charit-
able organizations. The Abraham
Halperin Physical Chemistry La-
boratory has been dedicated in
his name by his mother, Mrs.
Esther Halperin of Brooklyn,
New York; Mrs. Nettie H. Melker
of Brooklyn, his sister; and his
brothers, Meyer Halperin and
Samuel J. Halperin of Brooklyn
and Miami Beach.
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PHARMACY
Complete Drug Service
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WTTT
WED. k FRI.
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Wishss to thank his sponsors for
thsir kind co-.psration and ox-
tonds feast wishss to his listsnsrs
and to all Jswry for a vary Happy
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Telephone 3-8332
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PAGE 12 D
+JelstFk>rkftor
Zionist Congress Fosters Israel Growth
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBF*.
In adopting its res iluti ins at
e recent 23rd W i Z :-'
meeting with the purpos
C mgress
I at doing something posi-
; the death
.,i J -ws ''.': < : Fas-
cist atrocity, II I
izenship to
thosi victims and to the ghett
Fewish pai I
It is ., debt of hor.or that
their names be bound up with li-.e
..-..; f th Jewisl
people as a token of honor and as
i perpetual n
But trom m attitude of genu-
lourning, the Congress went
m t more positive matters which
inc : n Israel's ultimate good. It
i an appeal to the Jewish
iui ities of the United States
to join in a large immigration
movement" to Isi el
The 23rd World Zionist Con- '
turns to the Jewish com-
munities from whose midst the
Vliy h is yet smalland especial-
ly to those in the United States
md calls upon them, nut partic-
ularly upon their youth, to join
in a large Aliyah movement." the
resolution stated.
Another resolution expressed
"appreciation to all nations that
have enabled Jewish immigration
without hindrance" and called
upon the other nations of the
.vorld to follow this example and
permit those Jews who desire to
leavi for Israel to depart. It
urged the Jewish Agency to or-
ganize the immigration of pro-
fessionals and technicians.
A series of resoluti ins on youth
h requested the Jewish, fkg-
ei cy executive t i raise the per-
enl gi : migration into
Israel from the Mediterranean
ountries, Eastern Europe, the
\:a- lands and North Africa.
They called upon Jewish or-
ganizations, committees and in-
dividuals overseas and in Israel
nr ake a supreme effort to raise
it least half of the general budget
if the Youth Department and di-
rected an appeal to women's or-
ganizations to allocate at least 30
nt of their general income
i t: e needs of the department
i] child and youth immigration.
The Congress called on the
: st executive and organiza-
. to provide means for the
.. : Zionist
in Jev -;-. communities
-4hout the world: for m-
reased facilities in Israel for the
. ing of youth leaders from
-ibroad: and urged t-'.e Jewish Ag-
......: '

I p
The Congress
right
as to the tyj
Israel enti
called for the ttlei
000 pel >ns
r.ext fev ''-; .
n ake p si le a '' fod
supply for a population I -
000.
It noted the settlement on the
if middle-class element-
ing their own means and called
on the State and Zionist institu-
ti :.s to increase their efforts
among middle-class Jews and
provide the land and means for
their settlement Resolutions aiso
called for professional men and
technical experts from Israel and
overseas countries to join a:
the new-settlements and urged
J, a ish youth in Israel and over-
seas to become pioneers or. the
soil.
The resolutions on absorption
of immigrants welcomed distribu-
tion of population in areas such
as the Galilee Valley, the Jeru-
salem district and the Negev. the
southern desert, which are not
sufficiently populated. T h e y
urged the Jewish Ager.cv to grant
priority in improved housing and
adequate facilities and services to
those settling in places assigned
to them under the distribution
plan for settlement of population.
T resolutions noted the need
for planned training of profes-
sional in fields like medicine and
education and the distribution of
trained personnel throughout
ireas of immigrant settlement.
The Congress expressed appreci-
ation of intensive efforts made to
improve the health of immigrants
but pointed out that there were
many deficiencies in this field.
The resolutions called for spe-
cial attention to the problem of
p] ymenl for j
i i I I
Hi |uii
C ngi ted resolu-
tion |, ,1 ng v. th .1 wsh educa-
: tha;
iltural activil I
heritan
pie ami up n
the valu s ol lutziut (pioro
[ng sonal rel ti m in
Isra 1"
The program lutlined In I e
resolution for the Jewish A,
Department of Education and
culture for the next year includes
the trainirg of teachers for over-
seas countries, establishment of
model education institutions in
various overseas countries, stimu-
lation of public interest in estab-
lishment of Hebrew day schools.
Hi brew summer camps for chil-
dren to be established in Israel
and overseas, and establishment,
in cooperation with the Israeli
Government, of an "institute for
Israeli culture" to serve as a cul-
tural link and Jewish community
overseas.
The Congress expressed the
wish that in schools where Yid-
(Contmtied on Page 13 D)
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NEW YEAR
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NEW CLOTHES. NEW SHOES. NEW HOPES
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PAGE 13 D
_^^ Zloillst Council Helps Israeli Growth
mr
lusl tj.'crc Rosh Hashona 5712. these Iranian children re-
Lj new ihoM and new clothing from the Joint Distribution
fiittee. The clean, serviceable garments which they ar* wear-
'iid the nourishing food they receive each day. are their
t of hope that help is.at handthat the Jews of America,
oh their support of the United Jewish Appeal, are waging a
cht against the squalor, disease and ignorance they have
all their lives.
(Continued from Page 12 D)
dish is taught along with Hebrew,
"this language should also be
used for the purpose of inculcat-
ing Jewish values and promoting
knowledge of the people and land
of Israel."
The Congress adopted a resolu-
tion stating that "the Congress
attaches great significance to the
territorial framework in each
counry which should include all
Zionist parties and organizations
in order to represent the Zionist
movement and implement its
common tasks." The Corgress in-
structed the World Zionist Exec-
utive to work in this direction,
but to take into account local con-
ditions in each land. The Con-
gress imposed on the General
Zionist Council the obligation 'to
decide orr the practical steps to
be taken in order to attain Jhe
j creation of a territory framework
! in each country wherein a Zion-
i ist federation does not exist."
Congress voted not to abolish
| the Shekel system under which
delegates are elected to the Con-
fess. It decided that the General
j Zionist Council the supreme
Zionist body between Congress
be composed of 75 members and
meet at least twice yearly.
The Congress adopted a resolu-
j tion on fund-raising restoring the
I Keren Hayesod to its former
I status as the "sole fund of the
i World Zionist Organization to
launch appeals in Israel and in
A Word Of Greet i ng__
, WASHINGTON (JTA)Former Sec. of Defense George C. Mar-
shall issued through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency the following
Kesri Hashona message: "May Rosh Hashona. the New Year of the
Jewish religion, serve to remind us of all faiths of the blessings we
enjoy as Americans and of our duty to foster, perpetuate and de-fend
the ideals upon which our way of life has been established and
maintained."
communities of the Diaspora."
The solution declares the Keren
; Hayesod "shall have priority in
all matters connected with ap-
peals and the raising for Israel."
1 The Actions" Committee, accord-
ing to the resolution, will assign
, to the Keren Kayemeth, the land
redemption agency, an allocation
I from the total income of the Ke-
l ren Hayesod. The Keren Kaye-
, mcth, however, retains its right to
its traditional collections,
i The functions of the Keren
Kayemeth in Israel, under full
I autonomy will be "the acquisition
of land in all its forms, land de-
] velopment of every type, affores-
| tation and such other develop-
I ment activities as may be decided
j by the Actions Committee."
The Keren Hayesod, "as the
financial instrument of the Zion-
ist Executive and the Jewish Ag-
ency," will direct from Jeru-
salem all activities in connection
with fund appeals. To strengthen
the position of the Keren Haye-
\ sod. the Actions Committee was
directed to set up a new board
of directors for the Keren Haye-
, sod. of which two members would
I be members of the board of the
| Keren Kayemeth serving in then
private capacity and the chair-
I man of The Zionist Executive.
More than a New Year's card...
M
more than a greeting
and a wish tor happiness
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I
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'JtariMfhrkUan
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Clipping From Israel
A Tel Aviv court recently
handed down a decision which
brought wide criticism from re-
ligious elements. The case in-
volved a "kohen" and a divorcee.
Under Jewish law a "'kohen-' is
not permitted to marry a divor-
cee. The couple, refugees, met
ir. Italy. Because their identi-
fication papers were not in order
they were unable to marry legal-
ly. Instead they resorted to an
ancient and permissible Jewish
practice. The man placed a ring
on the womar.'s finger and, in
the presence of a minyan. de-
clared her to be his lawful spouse.
Later the couple settled in Israel,
where they sought to legitimize
the marriage in full compliance
with Jewish law and tradition.
But no rabbi in Israel would
marry them in violation of the
Biblical edict. Finally they took
matter to court, since under
Israeli law, courts have juris-
:ion to determine marital
questions, The court was in a
quandry. To rule the marriage
legal would have meant antagon-
zirg religious i lements. Be-
- : it was reluctant to set a
cedent. In the end the court
; that the couple was en-
titled to documents establishing
their marriage relationship. As
: the question whether they
:.plied with Jewish law in get-
: ... d. the court held that
.is not germane. In-
:-tead the court ruled that this
particular question must remain
unsolved until laws are formu-
:ated meeting such contingencies.
They Can Have Him
Martin Borrr.anr..
Jr. and his sisters Erika and
had an audience with the
Pipe. Martin Boimann. Jr.. Hit-
er's g .son. lived in South Ger-
:-: I ...- odopted the Cath-
1 is a student for the
priestl I in thi seminary of the
.'' -:>nanes of the Sacred Heart
Ingolstadt. He is twenly-
During the war he was en-
best special schools
: : Nazi party "elite" youngsters.
H.s sisters too became converts
Cath '.. ism, I ul one of them
eturni the Protestant fold.
A publishing house in Tangier
. ... shortly publish a series of
letters between Bor-
mann ...-.d his wife. This infor-
r. .; culled from the July
issue of the Catholic Digest.
Missir.g Jewels
S. Wiesenthal has been carry-
ing in "Aufbau" interesting re-
bout secret Nazi treasures.
Iainar IrIvpn Israol A Boost
WPAY, SPtW
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY
ARTHUR MURRAY DANCE STUDIOS
Phone 58-0321
Miami ]
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GENERAL BUILDING COMPANY
FRED ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
432 Michigan Ave. Miami
Telephone 5-6579
GREETINGS
PIllMl
Curvaceous star of telerision and radio. Dagmar, geti a pres-
ent from her hubby in the form of an Israel Bond gift. The real
bond is "slightly" smaller. (American Jewish Press Photo.)
SOUTHERN VENETIAN BUND
SOl^HERN VENETIAN BLINDS
MANUFACTURERS
1727 N. W. 28th Street P. O. Re. 85 AllapatUkl
MIAMI 37. FLORIDA
DISTRIBUTORS OF VENETIAN BLIND HARDWARE. TAPE I
Only a small part of the gold,
jewels and other valuables looted
from Jews have been turned over
by the allied governments to the
Jewish Ager.cv and the JDC.
Wiesenthal indicates that in some
mysterious manner some of the
treasures which had been assign-
ed to Jewish organizations had
disappeared. This is a matter
that deserves thorough investi-
gation.
GREETINGS
CORAL WAY GARDENS
"Nc better landscapers in
South Florida"
1661 S.W. 22nd St.
4-1145
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Reed Furniture Manufacturers
DESIGNERS OF WHITECRAFT RATTAN FURNITURE
1023 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach

MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and Family
Tommy Bobby .lirrv
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
DIRR SAUSAGE FACTORY
1177N.W. 81st STREET ff
PHONE 78-0573
-*
The City
of
MIAMI BEACH
wishes to extend to the Jewish
citizenry of this area best
wishes for a happy and
prosperous New Year.


f| SEPTEMBER 28. 1951

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iMosi Happy New Year
To AU
Roger W. Arnold
fci S W- 22nd Avenue
[MIAMI. FLORIDA
NEW YEAR
REETINGS
mond Cab Co.
479 S.W. 6lh Street
PHONE 9-7575
'.RITE VENETIAN
BLIND CO.
| (Not Incorporated)
Manufacturers
ivenetian blinds
cornices
Wishing repainting
135 Almeria Ave.
[coral gables
Phone 4-6921
iNCEBE HOLIDAYS
GREETINGS
FROM
RMANDY
ISCHOOL
|l0 huberman
(021 Biarnii Drire
PHONE 8S-681I
MIAMI BEACH
DUR MANY VALUED
EWISH FRIENDS
VCERE GOOD WISHES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THURMOND
JMENT COMPANY
ktimates Cheerfully Given
ass For All Purposes
IHIer 4>lass
mil Mirror
11075 N. W. 3Gth St.
| Miami. Florida
I Glass Furniture Tops
rrors Shower Doors
"now f;iuss piexiglas
Phone 78-2818
ISAMUEL MILLER
ILL A MOST
PY NEW YEAR
Children's
mer School
I Now Located at
|118 Byron Avenue
Miami Beach
YEAR GREETINGS
J* A. Fredericks
Market
N- W. 62nd Street
Pl>on0 89-5651
Dr. and Mrs.
CHARLES BECKWITT
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 86-2040
BILL WRIGLEY
OF THE
WRIGLEY ENGRAVING COMPANY
*
WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
1
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
/4 0*Ut* /W* PanettU
These are not calm years in which to
raise children. The pressures and ten-
sions generated in this era of uneasy
peace have their inevitable effect upon
every parent, upon every child.
Every parent, everywhere, seeks to pro-
vide all that he can for his child's well-
being, education and healthy adjustment
to the world in which he must live.
You, as a devoted parent, want to
share with your child all that is yours
and all that you hope to have. You want
to provide him with the basis for a happy
life, a life in which he may taste the jovs
of all that is good and beautiful in our
world.
To provide fully for your child's
emotional and mental well-being: to
endow him with a share in your joys,
memories and associations; to make him
a valued neighbor and citizen; to enrich
his life with the priceless heritage of
religion and culture amassed in 3.000
years of Jewish creativenessto give him
all of these things you must provide him
with a sound and effective Jewish educa-
tion.
Through the Jewish education which
you provide for your child, you will link
him with the richest spiritual treasures
of mankind, with the ethical and moral
foundations of democracy and with a
religious culture which has ennobled
human society. To pass this heritage on
to your child is to give him strength to
meet life's problems, to enlarge his
ability to see life in full perspective and
to enjoy and employ its wonders.
This year, Jewish parents throughout
America will observe Jewish Education
Month from September 10 to October
11. In those weeks, all American Jews
who are conscious of their duty to them-
selves, to their children and to the future,
will endeavor to impart new strength
to our community through the enrich-
ment and advancement of Jewish educa-
tion.
What is our obligation to our children?
To those children not yet enrolled for
a Jewish education in the schools of our
choiceto enroll them now.
To those children who have been
attending Jewish schoolsto see that they
are enrolled and ready to begin the new
term.
To those children who have completed
the elementary phase of their education
to enroll them for the advanced studies
of deeper meaning for which they are
now prepared.
Throughout the Jewish communities
of America, all thoughtful Jews who are
concerned with the strength of American
Jewry will act to elevate and advance
the educational institutions of the Jewish
community and to develop greater under-
standing and cooperation between Jew-
ish schools and parents, schools and
synagogues, schools and communities,
Jewish schools and the general educa-
tional institutions.
4 Jewish school is awaiting you in
your community or neighborhood and
is anxious to serve you. Seek it out now!
Sponsored by Ih.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
MICHAEL A. STAVITSKY. PRESIDENT JUOAH PILCH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
with the cooperation of
Amerlcen Jewish Committee. Jacob Blaustein, Pr.iidanl
American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Irving Millar, Praiidant.
B'nai B'rith, Frank Goldman, Praiidant.
Commission on Jawiih Education of tha Unitad
Srnagogua, Rabbi Ario S. Hyams, Chairman.
Confaranca on Jawiih Ralatiom,
Maurica Finkelstein, Acting Prasidanf.
Congran for Jewish Cultura, S. Nigar, Prasidanf.
Council of Jawish Fadarations and Walfara Funds,
Julian Freeman, Prasidant.
Free Sons of Israal, David Kulok, Grand Mastar.
Hadassah, Mrs. Rosa Helpern, Prasidant.
Habraw Taachars Fadaration, Samual Barnholz, Prasidanf.
Histedruth Ivrifh, Samual J. Borowsky, Prasidant.
Jawish Labor Committaa, Adolph Hold, Prasidanf.
Jawish Raconstructlonist Foundation,
Laopold J. Snoider, Prasidant.
Jawish War Vatarans of tha U.S.A.
Hanry Albart National Commandar.
Labor Zionist OrganisationPoala Zion,
Beruch Zuckarman, Prasidant.
Miirechi National Education Committaa,
Dr. Josaph H. Lookstaln, Prasidant.
National Council for Jawish Education,
Samual J. Borowsky, Prasidant.
National Jawish Walfara Board. Irving Edison, Prasidanf.
Plonaar Woman, Mrs. Israal Goldstain, Prasidant.
Sociaty for tha Advancamant of Judaism,
A. Waltar Socolow, Prasidant.
Synagogua Council of Amarica,
Rabbi Simon G. Kramar, Prasidant.
Union of Amarican Habraw Congregations,
Maurica N. Eisandrath, Prasidant.
Union of Sepherdlc Communitlas,
Dr. David da Sola Pool, Prasidant.
Workman's Circla, Laon Arkin, Prasidanf.
Zionist Organisation of Amarica,
Benjamin G. Browdy, Prasidant.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL FRIENDS OF ISRAEL
May God give us strength to help permanently entrench the
homeland in Eretz for all our people who need it and want it.
ZIONIST COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA
L R. Goodman, Chairman Mm. Joseph Carp. Secretary
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
And Patrons .
LARRY MARKS & CO.
157 N. W. 1st Court
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MARIE
RALARA N
1334 Washington Avenue
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
HI-TONE
PHOTO SERVICE
736 NX 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5822
GREETINGS
f
Paramount
Soda Shop
253 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 3-9244
BEST WISHES

W. A GLASS
!I
..1
For Better Health Visit the
Miami Health Institute
General Diagnosis and X-Ray
Physical Therapy Body
Conditioning Colonic
Irrigations Cabinets and
Massage
723S Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
SAVOY IIOII I
"Open Year Around"
252 N.W. Second Street
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Are.
Phone 9-2711
Miami. Fla.
Gierseh
Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS.
3104 CORAL WAY
Telephone 83-7080
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE
C. N. KISTLER
COMPANY
duPONT BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 2-5154
Lowest Monthly Payment in
This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
H ..
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
MIAMI, FLA.
,



PAGE 16 D
+Jewlst>ncr*faiL
^AYJEPTEMBER
it coNOinoNis
Foods
To Remember
Bv LEAH W LEONARD
LEYI PLUMBING COMPANY
2141 S.W. 3rd Street p^ ,
N. MIAMI AVE. AT FIRST ST. Mien. -*'
3EST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hide & Seek Children's Shop
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION
GIFTS APPAREL
TOTS TO TEENS mmmM
SOS Biltmore Way Coral Wy Phone 4
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K. BIRXS & SON
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154
l..l'iiii" Service Siaiiim
Gas and Oil
GENERAL CAR REPAIRS
1790 N. W. 42nd Avenue
PHONE 83-3839
FRED DAMRAU, Pr >p
THE COUNCIL OF PIONEER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATIONS OF GREATER MIAMI
EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL GREATER MIAMI JEWRY
MRS. BEE JAFFER, Pres I
Club 1Mrs. Henry Seitlin, President
Club 1 Mrs. Lena Min'.zes. President
Gz'.zz Myerson Mrs. Lena Pushkin. President
Kadin Mrs. T:ii:e Sandier, Pres.cie:-.-.
MedinahMrs. Rosemary G. Kc;.:'.a:-.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSING CO.
HAULING MOVING BAGGAGE
PHONE 5-2345
2349 M. Mian-.: Ave. 335 ColUnl Ave.
TO ALL A HAPPY I lfl
MARCEL FLOWER SHOP
A COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE
Art with Flowers
Telephone: 58-5523
801-5 41st Street at Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla.
l Author of "Jewish Cookery")
(An American Jewish Press
Feature)
Summer menus should include
plenty of fruit or fruit juice,
salads of available fresh veget-
ables and greens like lettuce,
chicory and escarole. AND fresh
fish.
An old favorite in Jewish
households is time-tested and ap-
petite-approved SWEET SOUR !
FISH. Its origin is difficult to
trace. But Jewish homemakers
from every country have relied
. on its appeal to jaded midsum-
mer appetites for that special !
lift." Besides, it can be pre-
pared long in advance and chill-
ed. It makes an excellent meat
substitute, even when meat pric-
es are not miles beyond the av-
erage food budget. So. try this
on your family and collect their ;
"Mm'n'y's" of gustatory applause
and appreciation.
Family Style Sweet-Sour Fish
3 to 4 lbs. fresh fish (Pike,
Trout, Striped Bass or any
other firm fleshed fresh fish)
1 tablespoon salt
cold water to cover
1 large onion
1 carrot, diced
3 bay leaves
l4 cup cider vinegar
'/2 cup brown sugar
8 to 10 gingersnaps
'4 cup seeded raisins
1 lemon, sliced fine
Clean fish thoroughly after re-
moving scales, entrails, eyes and
gills. Cut into serving portions
and salt each piece on all sides.
Let stand 2 hours in a covered
container in the refrigerator.
Wash and drain well. Cover with
cold water, add the onion cut or
whole, carrot ar.d bay leaves, and
cook over moderate heat allow-
ing 10 minutes per pound. Lift
out the cooked pieces of fish and
place on a serving platter. Strain
the liquid and add the remaining
ingredients except lemon. Cook
10 minutes at a moderate boil or
till thickened. Taste and add
vinegar or sugar or both to suit
the taste. Cook 1 minute longer |
and pour over the cooked fish.
Garnish with the lemon slices
and chill in the refrigerator as
soon as cool. Serve cold with
additional garnish of sliced hard-
cooked eggs, parsley, red radish
roses and curls of raw carrot.
Serves 6 to 8.
Variation: Stir the hot sauce in-
to 2 or 3 well-beaten eggs till
well combined and then pour
over the cooked fish.
Eggplant with Sour Cream
Israel Style
I Large eggplant, pared and cut
into l inch cubes
1 large onion, diced fine
3 tablespoons salad oil
3 tablespoons finely diced cel-
ery or minced parsley
1 tablespoon flour
1 1 eup hot \vat- :
'-_ teaspoor. salt
I cup sour cream
Fresh dill or parsley sprigs
for garnish
.. n the diced onion in hot
salad oil. using a heavy frying
pan. Add the diced eggplant
and stir till lightly browned on
-.11 sidtj. Add the diced celery
pai sley ai d stir once <>r tu ice
Sprinkle .: >vi r the top
' hot waiter and
II C iver and c 1 >k >vei moder-
eat till the eugplant cubes
: I nderapproximately 5 min-
utes Removi from neat and turn
;;>i ing platter.
1 with sour cream
. parsley
over the top. Serve h I
Variation: Add I up
:: 1
Li kling w:- u Add 1
Chill
n

ft
N.Y.
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DIXON COSTUME SHOP
724 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-5333
Pacific Lumber & Supply Co.
"BULLY SERVICE'
"BILL" FAXON. FOUNDER
Not Incorporated
Specializing in Fir Timbers
601 N.W. 11th St Phone 2-3163
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
MR. MAX SHLAFROCK
M. S. COXSTRUCTIOX CO.
5410 N. W. 14th Avenue Ph0M
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MARKS BROTHERS
DEMOLITIONEXCAVATING
"Anywhere in the State"
Equipment For Rent
100% Veteran Owned and Operated
Night Phone 4-6347
Now Located at
1911 West Avenue Phone 58-141
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
382 Miracle Mile Phone 83
CORAL GABLES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Miami Produce Co.
1093 N. W. 21st Terrace Miami!
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
253 N.W. 22nd Street
PfcOM
CORAL GABLES FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone:
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
Ladies Handbags by
STYLECRAFT
31 N. E. 17th STREET
TO ALL GREETINGS
THOMAS J. KKM>
CIVIL ENGINEER
LAND SURVEYOR
Lot. Acreage Sub-Divisions
"Prompt Courteous Serve
Phon
5139 S.W. 8th Street


Dr. and Mr*.
EMANUEL PUSHKIN
Wish all their Friends
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
ibJeiiasbJEIondiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
SEC. E
PPY NEW YEAR
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
Phone 3-8749
HAPPY NEW YEAR
'arshaw-Settle
Pharmacy, Inc.
ETHICAL PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
2324 Ponce de Leon
Phone 48-2607
feST WISHES TO ALL FOR
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
Max Wolfman
and FAMILY
55 Drexel Ave. Miami Beach
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
AllltV SI1IK1X
BEST WISHES
FO R A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
CORAL GABLES
HOSPITAL
3151 Coconut Grove Drive
PHONE 4-2525
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
D. W. McCOY, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Branches
1549 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 9-2245
A young DP sings out in praise of the Almighty and of his new land as he rehearses with a
choir in preparation for the High Holy Day services to be hold by newly-arrived immigrants at
the shelter of HIAS. the Hebrew Imminent Aia'Sociftv. in New York City.____________________
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Tower
Restaurant
AIR CONDITIONED
"Finest In Southwest Section"
Corner 15th & S.W. 8th Street
Tamiami Trail
Telephone 2-88IS
Miami. Florida
WITH BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eaye
and Son
420 LINCOLN ROAD
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Jake She-
MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. IXC.
17343 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 252 Coral Way. Miami
186 2419 4-8909
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BARR AND BARR
PLUMBERS
61 E. 2nd Street
Hialeah
PHONE 88-2818
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr, & Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
And Be Sure tt%
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Decro Protected
TEX. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Firm-it
End of Bird Rd. A Snaps.' Creek
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY, INC.
7ROM FARM TO YOU
6851 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 84-452'.
TO ALL .. NEW YEAH GREETINGS .
Phone 7-1155
JOE GUTHKIE'S REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N. W. Second Avenue Miami. Florida
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
WHITMORE ELECTRIC CO.
80S LANGFORD BLDG.
PHONE 82-5744
7-11 AUTO SERVICE
& REPAIR
LubricationMotor Tune Up
Tires and Accessories
Complete Brake Service
690 N. W. Uth STREET
Phone 82-9237
A Happy
New Year
Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach
Brooklyn, N. Y.


I
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>Jen ist ftcridliar
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
? ?
Isrnil:
THE YEAR IN JEWISH SPORT
The colorful and exciting Ma-
cabbi games held in Israel last
fall climaxed the rapid develop-
ment of sports as a port of life
in the new slate. Israel's top ath-
letes competed with those of
other countries, including a pro-
minent aggregation from the
United States under the leader-
ship of Irving "Moon" Monschein.
former New York University
track star and one of the world's
outstanding Jewish athletes.
In addition. Israel won an OK
from the International Olympic
Committee to participate at Hel-
sinki in 1952. but arrangements
have been held up by the inabil-
ity of the Macabbi and Hapoel
sports organizations to form a
united committee. Things were
expected to be straightened out
and plans were already under
way to field a team. Monschein
was named by the U.S. Commit-
tee for Sports in Israel to go to
the Jewish state under the aus-
pices of the government and build
an Olympic team in addition to
teaching prospective Israeli
coaches. .
By BILL WOLF _
.-..... i \. Inc.)
The time has come for a sweeping look at Jewish ath-
letes during the pa3t year, and a mere glance shows an
unmistakable expansion in Jewish sports. The year was
highlighted by increased activity in community centers
throughout the country, the blossoming of a sports program
in the new nation of Israel, more international competition,
and the meteoric rise of several new stars whose names
have become known throughout the world. The broad
scope of activity demands brevity, so let's take a rapid run
through the back files.
calling. One occurred in Chicago
and the victim was Marv Rot-
blatt. pitcher who was with the
White Sox part of the season.
However, an increased awareness
in the problem can be noted in
some quarters. On the occasion
of brotherhood week. Hank
Greenberg. manager of the Cleve-
land Indians, said: "We in Cleve-
land have adopted the motto that
ability counts, not race, color or
creed. It is only natural, there-
fore, that the Cleveland Indians
lead the way by judging players
on performance only .'*
Organizations: Hattketball:
The National Jewish Welfare
Board stepped up its athletic pro-
gran with bigger and better
tournaments. Main event was the
annual basketball tourney held in
Montreal. Canada, with the Ben-
sonhurst Jays of Brooklyn taking
the title, J.W.B. also held swim-
ming and golf competitioi with
t< an from centers an I YMHA's
throughout the country i
I tinj Variou Ij mpeti-
tion were also ; red
W i '.' teran
B'rith. .
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Wholesale corruption was ex-
posed in the basketball world and
the sordid tale of bribery touch-
ed the team of one of the out-
standing Jewish sportsmen, coach
Nat Holman. Holman's City Col-
>i New York quad was one
>se involved in the scandal,
r suited in taking CCXY
out of Madison Square Garden
and bringing games back to the
campus.
Adolph Shaves of Syracuse in
| the National Basketball Associa-
tion showed himself to be one of
the top players in the league.
The NBA took a historic step at
its annual meeting in Syracuse by
instituting a 12-foot lane. Mau-
rice Podoloff was re-elected
president and Haskell Cohen, for
many years the writer of this
column, was re-named publicity
director.
Abe Saperstein's Harlem Globe-
trotters continued packing in
basketball fans throughout the
world with the same top-notch
playing that has won them a glo-
bal reputation. .
Football:
The end of a great playing
career was reached this vear. The
inimitable Sid Luckman. nearly
35, announced that he was drop-
ping out of active play for the
Chicago Bears alter 12 years of
pro ball..He said he would con-
tinue in the sport as a vice-presi-
dent of the Bears.
Brandeis University, now old
enough to have a senior team, an-
nounced its first varsity football
schedule for this fall.
Ha ttv ball:
The season saw the introduction
i of new Jewish athletes to Big
League headlines, but not all of
those who started survived. Some
! of the previous stars were still
around Sid Gordon of the
i Braves, Al Rosen of the Cleve-
' land Indians. Among the out-
i standing rookies was Joe Gins-
I berg of the Detroit Tigers, who
| became a leading catcher for
I the Tigers. Saul Rogovin, an up-
and-coming pitcher, started the
'season as a teammate with Gins-
berg, then was lraded .
Chicago White Sox 1 ,J
went on to still greater"*, H
Also on the White Rn, ^\
other hurler. Marv rSL*? *
made a good name f^*I
but was dropped from he7**
m July and sent to a far "?*
The most sensational ,&'*
all came early m the seVZM
Cal Abrams. Brook uTr^
outfielder, went on a hitti. {
that kept the sPoAscl8mSpr
working overtime Abram, -
: fd a Western tour of,he^teS*
by batting over .600 iS**
cooled off and had a tough Lt
for h.s place in the line-up.**
Trnnin:
A top Jewis tennis player,,,
rarity. Tennis ,s one ^ "^
sports in which anti-SemtoaTj!
notorious. For the most parti* I
I (Continued on Page 15 ,
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+Jew!st)fhrkmsm
PAGE 3 E
Graham Cahan And His Influence On American Jewish Life
i.,n ,,f the career of the
v;"'.-'.?;:; % jwi.h pagy
erd who died In Ne fork at the
, of l <
By BEN LEWIS
. i.,-.l .I.wish Telettraplilc
wyrlgnt. A(,,.I)0Vi tac.)
Vbraham Cahan, editor .novel-
critic and for more than a
n( renturv a leader among men
lc an American by choice and
tlonfl conviction. His arrival
hP United States as an lmmi-
Bnt from Russia in .1882 co-
tided with the beginning of the
Lc immigration from Eastern
Tfcpe. A young idealist of 22,
nromptly devoted himself to
t. study of the language and
fcitutions of this country and
the education and organization
Ithe growing numbers of Jew-
immigrants,
nlore than any other single in-
Lidual Abraham Cahan was
Cponsible for the creation and
velopment of labor unions a-
bne the immigrant workers in
k United States. The present
tor unions in the large garment
ustries. as well as the labor
Ijnns of carpenters, painters,
liters and scores of other labor
tanizations are an outgrowth
,d development of the activities
[Abraham Cahan and his erst-
hile associates in this field. But
I never was and never aspired
[be a trade union official or an
licial of any other organization.
Either did he ever hold or as-
to political ofice.
hterarv man by inclination
natural gift, a fighter by
.nperament, a democratic so-
tlist bv conviction with a pas-
bn for public service, he soon
icame a newspaperman and
:iter of unusual distinction both
Yiddish and English as well
a public speaker of wide pop-
anty.
.. nearly half a century the
Eitor-in-Chief and guiding spir-
[of the Jewish Daily Forward,
L largest foreign language
Iwspaper in the United States,
[voted to the causes of labor,
interests of the Jewish peo-
and the highest ideals of
rericanism. Abraham Cahan
_ more than any other single
dividual to interpret America
the large masses of Jewish
bmigrants and to make Anier-
i understand the immigrant and
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his contribution to his adopted
country. He was long recognized
as the great Americanizer in the
best sense of this term.
Wrote Two-Volume History of
America in Yiddish
In addition to numerous articles
and essays, interpreting and ex-
pounding the fundamentals of
American institutions of human
dignity and liberty, he wrote a
two-volume work on early Amer-
ican history in Yiddish and at
one time printed in the Jewish
Daily Forward an extensive ser-
ies of lessons in English for the
Yiddish reading public. Through-
out his long and prodigious life,
he was a recognized force in la-
bor and socialist journalism all
over the world, the most out-
standing personality as to the
Jewish masses of America and
one of the great and most suc-
cessful editors in the country.
But he distinguished himself
in still another field. He made
an important contribution to
American literature as a novelist
writing in English primarily of
the immigrant scene which he
knew best. His novel, "Yekl," a
tale of the Jewish ghetto, (pub-
lished by Appleton and Co. in
1895) and a collection of his short
stories "The Imported Bride-
groom and Other Stories," (pub-
lished by Houghton Mifflin and
Co. in 18S8) quickly gained him
recognition as an American real-
istic writer of unusual gifts. Wil-
liam Dean Howels, then a lead-
ing literary personality in Amer-
ica, compared Abraham Cahan's
writings to those of another
American realist, Stephen Crane,
and thought them both of simil-
ar stature and promise.
In 1907 Abraham Cahan wrote
"The Red Terror and The White,"
a novel of the Russian Revolu-
tionary movement and in 1917
Harper Brothers published his
largest and most ambitious novel
"The Rise of David Levinsky,"
which was instantly acclaimed
by fellow-writers and critics as
Abraham Cahan
a masterpiece of realistic literary
art.
During his very first year in
the United States Abraham Ca-
han attended a public school on
the East Side of New York, not
in the evening like other immi-
grants, but during the day, being
the only adult among American-
born children. He did it deliber-
ately in order to gain a natural
and not just a book of knowledge
of the language. He was then,
at 22, an educated young man of
wide interests and considerable
accomplishments.
Born in July, 1860. in the town
of Podbrezye, near Vilna, he was
the grandson of a rabbi. His fath-
er, Schacno Cahan, was an ortho-
dox man who had been Hebrew
teacher, tavern-keeper and book-
keeper of a commercial estab-
lishment in turn, and gave his
son Abraham a traditional relig-
ious education. When Abraham
was still a child, the family mov-
ed to Vilna, the city known as
the "Jerusalem of Lithuania," be-
cause it was long the seat of He-
brew learning. There young Ca-
han entered the Vilna Teachers
Institute at the age of 17 and
was graduated from it four years
later as a licensed teacher under
the Czarist laws, qualified to
teach in schools for Jewish child-
ren. He was promptly appointed
to a teaching position in the town
of Welyah, but within a year de-
cided to leave it, because of a
raid on a revolutionary youth
club of which he was a member.
He then decided to emigrate to
the United States in quest of
freedom rather than of personal
opportunities.
First English Article Published
by N. Y. World
One year later, in 1883, Joseph
Pulitzer's New York World pub-
lished his first article in English
in connection with the corona-
tion of the new Czar, Alexander
III, after the assassination of his
father, Czar Alexander II. At the
same time he began to contrib-
ute articles on America for out-
standing Russian journals and
soon he also became a regular
contributor to the New York Sun,
to the then-radical weekly John
Swinton's Paper, Harpers Month-
ly, Cosmopolitan and other mag-
azines.
But public service rather than
writing for the sake of writing
was his abiding passion then, as it
was throghout his life, and he
found an almost virgin field a-
mong the Jewish immigrants
who were arriving in ever larger
numbers fleeing as they did from
religious and political perseciir
tions and from savage economic
discrimination. He therefore de-
voted the greater part of his
time, youthful energies and tal-
ents as a speaker and writer, to
the task of educating and organ-
izing the growing^masses of the
East Side to the responsibilities
and opportunities in the New
World. Since he was a socialist
by conviction and the over-
whelming majority of the new
immigrants were workers, labor-
ing untold long hours under
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*Jen 1st FkrkHan
FRIDAY, SEPTEMRn.
Mrs. Lena Mintzes
President
Pioneer Women's
Organization
Club No. 2
Extends Greetings to
Ail Her Members end Friends
Jor a Very Happy New Year
Meeting the Year in Happiness
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:aht. 1951, Jewish Telegraphli
As< !!.>, Inc )
Bv MOSES A. LEAVITT
It is Rosh Hashona. and in a
synagogue near an old-age home
in Ramleh. Israel, two old friends
are sharing a prayer book. Their
minds should, of "course, be only
on the prayers but who can
blame Noach ar.d David if. after
all these years of sadness, their
i thoughts turn occasionally to the
happiness which has suddenly
con-.e to them?
There is a security in the shar-
ing of the prayer book, in the
very services themselves. Once
Ni ..eh and David had security
and love and the warmth of fani-
lifc until the Nazis came.
For Noach is 68 and David is T-.
and each is the sole survive:- of
numerous family, wl
nd daughter* and
In the DP camps and hospitals
of G in 1 shadows of
the concentrate n camps nd tl
life >< emed at
nd. For what country would
taki Id peopli ._ r abh
- pport themselves?
It was Israel which took them.
I i gtnning only last yeai I
Israel the Joint Distribution
:ttee had launched its Mai-
ben program, at first in cooper-
ation with the Jewish Agency
and the Israeli Government, lat-
er taking over sole responsibility.
Today, in Malben's network of
more than 65 institutions through-
out the Holy Land, some 3.700
aged, ill and physically handi-
capped newcomers are finding
haven of which they had
ned.
On this Rosh Hashona. it is
nly the aged, like N
and David, who an celebrating
the beginning of the year 5712
under Malbenand JDC- aus-
Harold p0m
ci the
The year 5712 brings hope to thousands of aged, sick and in-
capacitated Jews through MALBEN, the welfare and rehabilita-
tion program carried forward in Iirael by the Joir.t Distribution
Committee. Some 4,000 "hard core" new arrivals are already
undar MALBEN care. With funds received from the United Jew-
ish Appeal. JDC hopes to bring cure, rehabilitation and welfare
assistance to some 7,000 by year's end.
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and there are many others for
whom this Rosh Hashona is the
fulfillment of a cherished dream.
Village for the Blind
At Kfar Uriel, near Gedera. Is-
rael, it is in many respects a
strange ceremony. For one thing,
even in Israel it is rot yet usual
to find Ashkenazi and Sephard-
ic Jews worshipping together, as
they are doing here. But even
mote unusualther are no pray-
er books in evidence.
For this is the village for the
blir.d. And it is yet another of
the many Malben institutions.
Here they sitblinded by a
truncheon wielded by a sadistic
Nazi uusrd blinded by trach-
oma and lack of medical care
in Iran. Morocco. Tunisia.
What did the future mean for
them for a former lawyer,
blind and dependent on JDC in a
hospital in Germany, for a sight-
less beggar dependent on the
charity of his impoverished
neighbors in the ghetto of a Mos-
lem city?
And yet here they sit, not only
in a country which has given
them full citizenship, but through
the aid of JDC, which set them
up as mattress-makers and bas-
ket-makers and basket-weavers,
new well advanced on the road
to economic independence. This
was indeed a dream which only
the bravest dared to dream!
Others Still Wait
Tens of thousands of others
who once depended upon JDC
for food, clothing ar.d medicines,
for survival itself, find them-
selves this Rosh Hashona on
the road to the peace and secur-
.ty which was their dream. In
Israel, in the United States, in
Canada. Australia and Latin
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UDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
''Jenisti Fk>ridhi&r
PAGE 5 E
- An Israel Scientist Looks At American Jewry -
By PROF. OLITZKY
(Copyright, l1'. Jewiah Telegraphic Annoy, Inc.)
'Editor's Note: Prof. Olitzky is an Israeli scientist who
,-sntiv spent several months in the United States on a
entific mission. In this article he presents a few observa-
f -s of American Jewry, based on his meeting many Jews.
[particularly along the Eastern Seaboard.)
-. n meeting large numbers of the individual American Jew is
i? in America, the visitor found has a profound effect on
I ouickly that it is exceed- his reactions to himself, to Amer-
similation. Another.aspect of this /to me that one reason is the fact
picture is that the Jew from an! that America does not have one
area where few Jews live appears dominant ethnic group with a
to be much less aware of anti- tendency to assimilate all others.
ti difluult to make generali-
which would adequately
major portions of
One of the
ica and Americans, and to Jews
in this country and abroad.
Generally, it can be said that
in areas where a few Jews are
dispersed among a predominantl-
ly non-Jewish population assim
ions
g irize
tfierican Jewry.
kst distinctive aspects of Amer-
ce revv, is their varied back-
vind and economic conditions. \ ilation is relatively rapid. Con-
addition the density of the : versely, the concentration of Jew-
irish population among which ish masses seems to inhibit as-
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! Semitism, while the Jew in places
[wheie many other Jews live,
i learns not only of what his Jew-
ishness consists, but also of anti-
Semitism.
Among the Jews I met in the
United States, there seemed to
I be three predominert categories,
which I shall call the pre or non-
; asimilatory, the assimilatory and
the post-assimilatory.
The first groupthe pra-as-
similatoryis mostly composed
of p'.ople who were not born
in the U.S. They hare learned
a minimum English vocabu-
lary, but their language is gen-
erally Yiddish, as is their liter-
ature. However, this group ap-
pears to hava no common atti-
tude toward religion; some are
Orthodox, others Reform, while
still others are indifferent to re-
ligion or are completely non-
religious. The common langu-
age which lhey have is carried
over to only a limited extent in
the second generation and is.
except for a few Yiddish ex-
pressions, completely lost in the
third generation.
The pre-assimilatory group, by
virtue of the change of empha-
sis on Yiddish as the primary
language, sometimes develops to-
ward the assimilationist group.
At other times the language
changes, but the trend toward
assimilation is completely halted
and we have what I shall call
the non-assimilatory. In this
group is to be found Jews who
received their education in Amer-
ica, speak English, are happy as
Americans. They observe some
of the religious traditions and
have not forgotten their Jewish
origin; feeling a deep responsibil-
ity for the fate of Jews through-
out the world, they participate in
Jewish activities of all varieties
on behalf of American Jewry,
Israel or Jews in other countries.
The assimilatory type of Amer-
ican Jew begins to develop in
this manner with the loss of the
Yiddish language and then the
loss of Jewish tradition and cus-
tom. However, often childhood
reminiscences remain. Surpris-
ingly, among the hundreds of
assimilated American Jews I met
there was not a single one who
deliberately tried to hide his Jew-
ish background or to advance a
theory of assim ilation ism.
In this there was the great-
est contrast to the assimilation-
ism of pre-Naii Germany and
pre-war western and central
Europe. There, -the tendency
was to sever all connections
with Jewry throughout the
world and to attain recognition
as part of the dominant ethnic-
al group, to conceal all evi-
dence of Jewish background
and to completely change one's
nam'a. In this last point there
is some similarity to American
Jews who become assimilated;
som'3 change either their given
or family name.
Although it is not my purpose
to analyze the reasons for the
strong Jewish-consciousness of
American Jews and their lower
rate of assimilation, it appears
In a country where the mayors
of the largest cities are some-
times Irish and sometimes Ital-
ian it would seem senseless to
spend the time and intellectual
effort which I heard expended
on theories of assimilation in pre-
Hitler Germany.
The last, and in my opinion
the most important type for the
future development of American
Jewry, is the post-assimilatory
Jew. This froup is composed of
men and women who were born
in America, received their edu-
cation in an atmosphere corn-
interest in Judaism. The Jew-
ish holidays suddenly take or.
meaning and are observed.
Everywhere I found children
who were proud to have a
Menorah in their windows, as
their Christian playmates had
a Christmas tree. On a com-
munity kasis. Jewish commun-
ity centers spring into being,
a Jewish elementary school is
opened and a new congregation
with a Sunday school is organ-
ized. I met Jewish scientists
devoting free time on Sunday
to teaching children in Sunday
schools Jewish history and
philosophy.
What shall be the content of
this new education? Shall it be
Orthodox? Historical? Or com-
pletely secularteaching Jewish
pletely divorced from Jewish en- customs, without application, and
vironment, tradition and activity, teaching the Bible merely as a
Then, 6ne day their Jewish con- form of literature? All these
sciousness awoke. It is difficult j methods have been tried and it
to generalize as to the reason js impossible to foretell in which
for this awakeningit could be
a child's question about its Jew-
ishness, the events of Nazi and
post-war Europe, the fight for
and the establishment of a Jew-
ish state, or any one of a dozen
reasons.
This awakening often leads
to a new developmenta new
direction American Jews will go.
But it seems clear to me that
the future of American Jewry-
is based upon this younger gen-
eration, this post-assimilatory
group which despite its exposure
to a non-Jewish environment and
education is searching for the
way back to a Jewish life.
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American Political Life
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
>> right. 1*51, Jewlrti T
WASHINGTON Jews con-
cerned with national affairs are
greeting the New Year with the
hope that the trend of events
tion of international ti nsion and
domestic hysteria.
The capital's leading anti-Sem-
ican constitutional framework mentation of democratic ideals
; and no, b, M- J^njg-Jjftg
which fail to separate the inr.o- jn Congress, the candidates sup-
cent from the guilty. ported bv such elements as Mc-
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of Caithv and Gerald L. K. Smith
New York, was very upse, when g^^MM '^^
the Senate voted to adopt the ^ Presldl,nt wa- worrjed ov.
established since last Rosh Hash- M^rran Act Lehman called er development, through which
ii L u w j u ll tragic and "ill-conceived McCarthvism grew. He appoint-
be halted by a reduc- and ..., blunderbuss- aimedjed a Commission on Internal Se-
ignl it thi ;<. ... liber-"cunty and Individual Rights as
II I Ami an people." an answer to McCarthvism. The
He pit dieted the Sc: would commission was urged by the
one day regret passing the bill. American Jewish Congress to in-
lies intensif, efforts during the He said, "my conscience will be Castigate -the campaign of in-
past year to brand Jews as Com- easier, though I realize my polit- timidation now being carried on
munists. Their announced ob- ical prospects may be more dif- throughout the country against
jective is concentration camps for fKuIt- I sha11 cast my vote to people who have ever been re-
Jews as well as Communists The PJ*otect the liberties of our peo- motely associated with any form
Jews, as well as Comn.uni.-t>. The ple Qnlv six othl,rs slded wjth of hbera] actlvitv McCarthvism
most outspoken anti-Semite in a Lehman. proved so strong, however, that
position of importance. Rep. John Meanwhile. McCarthvism nour- the effectiveness of the commis-
Rankin of Mississippi, took great shed the seeds of anti-Semitism, sion was destroyed.
delight in enumerating all Reds There were charges made that jyiv "commiphobia" reached
with Jewish-sounding names, there was some employment dis- sut.n hvsterical proportions that
Rankin told the House. -There crimination against people whose jt extended to the campus the
is not a single white Gentile in parents were natives of coun- puipiti the press, and every vital
the entire group and the same tries now governed by Commun- area 0'f national life In this way-
may be said of at least 75 per- ist regimes. Rep Arthur G. liberals, who have combatted
cent of the Communists in this Klein, of New York, handled the prejudice were driven out of
""E" complaint of one Jewish veteran thejr Job' while rfghHriM big-
Although a majority of Con- who said he had been excluded 0ts became "respectable." An ex-
gressmen agree that Rankin is from a Defense Department job ample of the decline of liberal-
a crackpot, they also apparently because his parents were unfor- ism and the rise of bigotry was
*ESL i COnC^' C !"Ugh haiie ^'1 b0rn > sponsorship by the "Women's
tration camp legislation The in countries now under Red con- Conference on National Defense," :
S!t3 fo D'" Rank'2 td~ l w, c ,. which included the auxiliaries of
vocated for years was passed be- What Sen. Lehman described ,h j....;,,. War v.,._n, an(i
cause of the excitement over the as -the black evil of McCarthy- Xr leading veterans organfza '
Communist threat. Jewish or- ism" grew throughout the nation. ^ ff an^nti SemUic soeech
ganizations were distressed to One bright spot was the defense i.? wLh p fm "" I?***
witness the passage, with very put up by Secretary of Defense > ^FM^miSdTiaffird who
little opposition, f the McCar- Vlarshall and other men of go, pos's as an e?Pert 'on fighting i
" e same con-
Nations Hu-
m was con- j
ire.
such an intemperate law should was attacked by McCarthy" h '" "T""^ "SSLUherals ,
rot he passed because not only There was considerable unhap- ed oT sidinp with &S
Communist* I b, jailed but p.r.ess among liberals over the fit thev virtuallv wuKw ;
rs f unpopular rac- outcome of the elections last No- gm ,hc figh agimst S
ns. labor unions, and so vember. The Administration's ',", ,*, F' ?"' *?'h^ "L*"
forth Is cautioned that if narrow margin in both Houses of ^A^t^lK;
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discovered that AndriJI Artuko-
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Ip ited in the extermin-
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California, he claimed
sanctuary on the ground that he
inti-Communist and a refu-
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mosphere made Fascists "respect-
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fJewlst fk>ridkMi
PAGE 7 E
Israel Bonds-A Sound Investment
By ROBERT R. NATHAN
What kind of economy does Israel have? Is Israel a going con- j
Can the new state in the Middle East ever become truly self-
^upportin^ vjsjt of Igrael prjme Minister David Ben-Gurion in !
ilnited States and Israel's $500,000,000 Bond Drive have turned
ne niinn to Israel's economy for the first time since the world's
' uitfest democracy was formally recognized three years ago.
TOAnd in the answers to ti ques- .g what {he peop]e q{ Israel djd
lions above can be found the an-
er to the big question which
nay some day determine Amer-
j'g strategic position in the
irategic Near East: Just how sta-
ble will Irael be five years from
bow?
The answer to question Num-
ber One hinges on a main factor
Israels development to date
emigration. For more than 30
tears the country once known as
Palestine, has been the goal of
Lndrcds of thousands of home-
| in short decades, these new-
Lmers transformed large tracts
bf malarial swamp, arid sand
flunes and eroded hills into pro-
ductive land. They founded in-
dustries where none had ever
flourished. And they carried with
Ihem into Palestine the invest-
ment capital which every pioneer
and requires to found a modern
Lnd progressive economy.
That kind of hurry-up settle-
nent and productivity are fine
vhen you think of the effort it
fook on the part of the early im-
nigrants to Palestine. However,
even before they had a recog-
nized state.
In the past 30 years, the growth
of Israel has far outstripped the
corresponding rate in the United
States. While it is true that the
U.S. at the end of World War I
had reached an extremely high
level of development, an econom-
ist can still find the comparison
between Israel's growth rate and
our own an extremely interesting
one.
Since about 1918, there has
been practically no increase in
land under cultivation in the U.S.
In Israel, land under cultivation
has increased seven times.
In the U.S. in 1950 there were
about 150 per cent more chickens
than there were in 1922. In Is-
rael there were 6,300 per cent
more.
In the United States, the num-
ber of sheep has decreased by 12
per cent since 1922. In Israel, the
number of sheep has gone up
1,400 per cent.
During this period the United
States was becoming less agricul-
tural and more industrial, while
in Jewish Palestine every effort
follows the pattern set by our | was being made to build up both
pwn country and other high-im- j sectors of the economythe agri-
migration nations which built j cultural and the industrial.
modern economies in short pe- ( Rapid Industrial Growth
tiods. Industrially, too, Israel has
The mosl unusual accomplish- grown at a much more rapid rate
nent of those first modern set- j than the U.S. in the past few de-
alers was not the speed with cades.
vhich they operated, but the skill ; In manufacturing establish-
vith which they developed Pal- ments, employees, dollar values,
Estine's scanty natural resources* use of electricity, telephones and
the greatest benefit to the autos, Israel on a percentage basis
new population. has outstripped the U.S. many
Then- are countries which have times over.
Kast natural resources but which These figures are not designed
lierely support their populations i to show that Israel has built an
because they lack know-how. economy anywhere nearly as
Ar.d, there are countries with strong or secure as that of our
[limited natural wealth which own country. But Israel's growth
haw achieved excellent stand- in the past generation has still
aids of living, mainly because been much more rapid than that
their citizens can convert raw of any other country in the
material.- even when imported world.
I- into valuable products. That And, in the past three years.
Israel has far outstripped its own
record of economic activity dur-
ing the British Mandate. Again,
this has been due in large part to
immigration. And the main bar-
rier to even greater economic
strides, the main reason why pro-
duction has not kept pace with
immigration islack of capital.
Outside Capital Needed
Israel, a new and snTall coun-
try, is increasing its population
at a rate which makes it incon-
ceivable for its settled population
no matter how productive and
how able to take care of itself
to provide capital for vast eco-
nomic expansion. Most new im-
migrants have no assets. Since
Israel cannot rely on internal
sources for the national wealth
required for a greatly increased I
population, it must seek other I
capital.
And this capital is absolutely
necessary to absorb immigration, I
to put the newcomers to work
nd to make them self-supporting i
as quickly as possible.
Israel, the pioneer, offers ex-
cellent opportunities for individ-
ual investors and for corporations
planning branches, assembly
plants or whole new enterprises.
Israel's doubled population
means a growing domestic mar-
ket, consisting of hundreds of
thousands of newcomers who use
a tremendous range of goods for
everyday living. In addition Is-
rael offers a ready supply of, effi-
cient labor.
The international flow of pri-
vate capital in recent years has
n,ot been particularly large, es- i
pecially from the U.S. Israel,
through an investment law with
attractive incentives to foreign
lenders, has obtained a large
amount of direct private invest-
mentcompared to the amount
of private investment flowing
into other countries from the U.S.
But this is limited when com-
pared to the investment needs of
a country which seeks to absorb
200,000 immigrants a year.
The Israel government is de-
termined to continue to provide
the greatest incentives for private
(Robert R. Nathan, author of this article is a na-
tionally-known economist who has held many
high posts in the U.S. government and who is a
foremost authority on the economic develop-
ment of Israel.)
investment, but it seems unlikely
this will be enough. Therefore the
country must turn to other coun-
tries, and to loans such as the
$500,000,000 State of Israel Bond
Issue.
In the past two years Israel has
found many unskilled newcomers
are readily adaptable and learn
quickly. Some new plants have
confined their employment almost
entirely to new immigrants who
have become outstanding work-
ers.
Given investment, Israel can
utilize newcomers to the best pos-
sible advantage. The country al-
ready possesses a large skilled
labor force and manv technicians,
scientists and trained profession-
als. Talent and manpower togeth-
er produce success, and Israel re-
quires only productive machin-
ery, capital and tools for a sound,
self-supporting economy.
The next three years are cru-
cial to the Jewish State. The half-
billion-dollar State of Israel In-
dependence Bond Issue will meet
the crisis.
Huge public works, public util-
fContinued on Page 10 E)
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Z^IB^TEMBS,
Israel BondsA Sound Investment
iContinued from Page I E'
factories, farm tools, irriga-
tion, hotels and office space must
bt immediately created. Every
munity item from houses to
schools and hospitals, from roads
a.-.d highways to trucks and bus-
es, from tractors to crew ma-
chines and turbines must sud-
spnng up- The miracle of
l's independence is just be-
ginning to take shape.
The S500.000.000 State of Is-
rael Independence Bond Issue,
now being floated here, is the
pillar of Israel's program of eco-
nomic development. It also rep-
resents a turning point in Is-
rael's history. With this Bond
Issue, Israel comes of age. It en-
ters a.-, era of economic maturity
and self-reliance.
An Excellent Inreslment
Israel is an excellent invest-
ment, because funds invested
there will be used for produc-
tion. They will provide tools for
people who will know how to use
them.
The security of any investment
with the production result-
ing from it On this score, the
State of Israel is a sound invest-
"_____________t_____________
Israel's record of production, of
meeting its obligations and build-
ing a solid economic community,
means we can rely on its future.
It has not been a spotty or erra-
tic record. The economy has con-
stantly developed. With enlarged
immigration the country is
bound to grow at an even more
rapid rate. The only limitation
will be the capital available.
I can't emphasize too much
that the larger the supply of capi-
tal, the greater will be Israel's
production. This will give greater
assurance it can produce ade-
quately to meet its needs and re-
pay its obligations. Unless the
capital it receives is enough, Is-
rael's production will limit its
standard of living.
Israel's excess of imports over
exports is necessary for its large-
scale immigration. Only by im-
porting more than it exports can
Israel have the capital and facil-
ities to absorb newcomers. If
there were no excess of imports
over exports in Israel today, that
in itself would cause alarm. It
would mean that capital was not
coming into tne country to help
. absorb hundreds of thousands of
new citizer.s.
The important thine to deter-
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mine is that the excess of im-
ports over exports is confined
irily to production tools. Be-
yond the relief needs which are
financed through philanthropic
sources. Israel's excess of im-
ports over exports has been
largely in capital goods. This is
a sign of a healthy economy.
Production Will Increase
As capital from the $500 mil-
lion State of Israel Independence
Bond Issue is put to work pro-
dution will increase substantial-
ly Consumer goods now being
imported! can be then made at
home, and imports wfil decline.
' Products made in Israel will be
exported.
Israel will achieve a balanced
foreign trade within two or three
years after large-scale immigra-
tion has subsided, provided there
is adequate capital to absorb
these newcomers and put them
to work. Once they are produc-
tive. Israel will have arrived eco-
nomically. For the finished goods
produced by these newcomers
will pay for the raw materials
which must still be imported.
Israel has shown it has the
capacity to produce the kind of
goods which will attract foreign
markets throughout the world. It
has exported all aver the Middle
East, the Far East. Central
Europe, and South Africa, in its
brief history.
Of course, today, there is nei-
ther peace or trade between Is-
rael :>nd its Arab neighbors. Ulti-
mately these neighbors will have
a great deal to offer one another.
Today, however, even without
Eastern markets. Israel
shows if can produce competitive-
ly in tr.acy parts of the world.
Israel .n many ways like a
: growing business con-
cern It requires investment for
its erowth. and offers the faith
and en i.' .mplicit in a strong
and developing economic struc-
ture. There is every reason to
foresee a period in the very near
future when Israel will be the
model of industrial and agricul-
tural stabilitv for the entire Mid-
dle East.
Israel is entering the path of
development on which our own
country has led the way the
path to genuine independence and
true securitv.
American Political Life...
rContinued from Page 6 E)
able" and frightened liberals in-
to keeping their mouths shut out
of fear of being accused of aid-
ing Communism.
The trend was clearly seen in
the Held of immigration. Arthur
Greenleigh. executive director of
the United Service for New
Americans, charged that Amer-
As the year er.ded
pts were no, brifJ ^
ternal ,hrea, fromtJ
'" and the internal m ,
spies and saboteurs JJf
" was also apparent .k^'
elements in Wasl"1 H
helping ,o desVrof^j
t seemed to
liberals H
""munij
.best answer to Co-ti
ican intelligence and immigration to be found in th
agents were conducting "petty
and bureaucratic inquisitions" a-
gainst displaced persons. Mean-
while. Chairman McCarran of the
Senate Judiciary Committee pro-
moted a bill which would make
possible the deportation, on flim-
sy ground, of aliens who lived
here peacefully and productively
for manv years. This bill would
do much to create an "Iron Cur-
tain" situation in America.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B. MORRISON. President BLANCHE QUASHA. Fin. Sec'y
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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,e Promise Of Jewish Lif<
PAGE 11 E
jy IRVING EDISON
i,!,.,,,. National Jewish
Welfare Hoard
I have become so used to the
and pressures of our day
b(. should be able to look
(It into the shadowed face
future and proceed un-
U to draw our plans for
nd and creative life. And
f,e must. In doing so, we
, (he despair that holds so
[in its grip today in addition
Ijnu through the essential
' ,,f inventory-taking, test-
ed appraising our commun-
jources.
ie is no more appropriate
than Rosh Hashona, the
period of personal and
i u n a 1 introspection, for
(takinM. for framing the
ires needed to create the
lof calmness and forward-
vision necessary to meet
nplex need and responsi-
of the living, breathing,
bning organism that is
(can Jewry.
formulation of policy is,
hs, what our American Jew-
hmmunity needs more, at
tint in its growth, than any
[single activity. An essen-
plicy 'he American Jewish
iiniiy must adopt is that of
paging and stimulating all
to create and develop a
pome Jewish group and in-
r.. life, discharging our re-
Isibility to self, community,
lation. And it is precisely
area of that form of cre-
that the National Jewish
Welfare Board can be most ef-
fective, investing the communal
life of American Jewry with cul-
tural enrichment, spiritual self-
confidence, and intellectual re-
freshment. This salient and sig-
nificant role the National Jewish
Welfare Board carries out
through the fine calibre of serv-
ice it performs in behalf of the
hundreds of JWB-affiliated Jew-
ish Community Centers that are
a fundamental part of the com-
munities in which they function.
In its tri-dimensional effort in
the area of spiritual and morale-
work for Jewish personnel in
America's military forces, the
JWB has woven a fruitful pat-
tern into what George Washing-
ton once called "the goodly fab-
ric of American life." It is a
patternpart of the larger JWB
policy of earnest cooperation with
other organizations that has
stood the Jewish community of
this country in good stead." No
greater boon could befall Amer-
ican Jewry than the widespread
acceptance of a sincere policy
of constructive cooperation a-
mong national, regional and 'lo-
cal Jewish groups. It would be
a course calling for the highest
degree of maturity, for clarity
.and steadiness of purpose.
That, in part, is what we of
JWB have in mind in an event
we have planned for the latter
part of this crucial year. We are
calling it the 'National Leader-
ship Mobilization on Community
and GI Service. It is to be held
in Washington on November 3rd
and 4th. We are earnestly look-
; ing forward to the opportunity
of taking common counsel with
: the highly qualified men and
WOmnn T some three hundred
in allwho make up the roster
01 top Jewish community leader-
ship and who have been invited
to attend our Mobilization.
It has been frequently observ-
ed that one of the serious draw-
backs of our crowded and hectic
i lives is the unhappy fact that
we have so little time for think-
, ing. This is, obviously, even more
emphatically true of our leaders
i But we do expect that they will
take the timethese burdened
and over-busy menfor compre-
, hensive discussion and hard
thinking. Only good, constructive
results can come out of that sort
of meeting.
Just as, in the case of the lar-
ger population, men speak of the
"promise of our society," so can
we, in the Jewish community,
think in terms of "the promise of
Jewish life," with its emphasis i
on the individual Jew's happi-
ness and opportunities for self-
fulfillment and service. Unde-
niably, we live in a difficult and
often darkened age. But in the
imperishable spirit of our High
Holy Days, we continue to seek
the light, to search out the sav-
ing glow. And, stimulated and
refreshed by the Rosh Hashona
fount of faith, we peer resolutely
ahead to the dawn of a brighter,
freer, more prosperously human
daya day we will have helped
create.
tnidpnt Truman Sends Greetings
WASHINGTONOTA)President Truman, in a Rosh Hash-
message to American Jewry, issued through the Jewish
taphic Agency, said:
The celebration of the Jewish New Year is another re-
fer that this country is a union of people of many back-
Ids and religions. In this unity out of diversity lies the
Istrength of our democracy. Our united efforts are urgently
1 today, when, in cooperation with the entire free world.
engaged in the enormous task of strengthening the de-
lol civilization against the forces of totalitarian imperialism,
these thoughts in mind, I extend to all Americans of Jew-
pth hearty good wishes for the coming year."
*
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Your Congressman
AND IOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI *
Extends
of the
NEW YEAR
TO ITS MANY FRIENDS
m
AND IOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI
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AND
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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Our Rabbi and Cantor.
The President Officers and Board oi Directors
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL THE MEMBERS AND TO
THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY /
Abraham Cahan
And His Inflnenee
I from Page 3 D.

lion ol
nevei
H
days
with

. itist inl
ized a u ''
Zeitung" in Yiddish of which he
ibutor and
quently its edito
eral yean
Cah'ar. was one of the first ed-
ot the Jewish Daily For-
ward, but after some months he
resigned because ef ideological
and journalistic difference with
other leading members of the or-
ganization. He then joined the
staff of the Commercial Adver-
tizer (later the New York Globe)
and worked there for four yean
with Lincolr. Steffens as his City ',,
Editor. At the same time he con-
tributed Yiddish articles to the
Forward occasionally. In 1901
Lincoln Steffens left the Com- j
mercial Advertizer and Cahan.,
like some of the others on the
staff of the crusading Steffens, '
lost interest in their jobs.
Resumes Editorship of Forward
In the beginning of 1902. when I
the Forward was going through |
a critical period because of in-
sufficient circulation. Abraham |
Cahan was invited to take over
the editorial direction of the pa- '
per. He agreed on the condition
that he be given sole editorial
authority in all journalistic and
policy matters. The Forward
Publishing Association accepted
the condition and elected him ;
Editor-in-Chief for a term of one \
year. He promptly introduced a j
series ot r.ew departments in step
> with American journalistic meth- \
ods. adding artistic fiction as an
additional feature. The circula-
tion soared bv leaps and bounds.
In its fight against totalitarian
philosophies, right and left alike. .
the Forward under Cahan's edi- ;
torship played a decisive role in
keeping the Communists and
fellow travellers from gaining
control of a great many labor
unions. After 1932 The Forward
was one of the first to recognize
the importance o f President
Roosevelt's policies for the fu-
ture of organized labor in Amer-
ica as well as for the progress
of social security for the entire
population of the United States
and became an ardent champion
of the New Deal On this Abra-
ham Cahan and The Forward
soon broke with the official So-
cialist Party under the leader-
ship of Norman Thomas.
Associated with Leading
Socialist Figures
As one of the most prominent
labor journalists, Abraham Ca-
han associated with the outstand-
ing personalities of the Socialist
and general Labor movements
throughout his long and active
life. He knew Karl Marx's as- !
sociate Friedrich Engels and the
great German socialist leader
August Bebel. He was on close
personal terms with the late so- '
cialist theoretician Karl Kautsky
and with many British Labor
leaders, including Sir Walter Cit-
rine and Herbert Morrison, the
present parliamentary majority
of the British Labor Party. He
knew personally the two out-
standing leaders of the Russian
Socialist movement, the Menshev-
ik George Plekhanov and the
Bolshevik Nicolai Lenin, before
the gulf between their factions
became unbridgeable.
As an editor he discovered and
developed most of the leading
Yiddish writers and published a
large number of their works in
the extensive literary columns
of The Forward. Under his guid-
ance and with his critical en-
couragement a number of them
wrote literary masterpieces
' which became best sellers when
> translated into English.
Tis two extensive visits to Pal-
estine settlements in 1925 and
1929 resulted in an authoritative
and deeply sympathetic book en-
titled Palestine (published in
Yiddish in 1934) Among others
of his outstanding works in Yid-
dish are Rachel, a biography of
the great French actress who was
a Jewess and a five-volume auto-
biographical work entitled Pages
From My Life, which is a verit-
able treasure for the student of
Jewish life, the labor movement
the American scene and Ameri-
can literary trends and person-
alities.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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AND FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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and daughter Rose Hannah
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Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
to their Friends and Relatives
GREETINGS FROM
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K
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TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRON*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
"THE CORNED BEEF KING
Charlie's
MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT
CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Proprietor
Phone 82-9181
2195 N. W. 12th Avenue
Mi<"-
RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTl
MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY
and STELLA REGINA
Extend To All Jewry
Best Wishes for
- A HAPPY NEW YEAR


VI
iy( SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
+Jcni$i rhrirfictn
PAGE 13 V.
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Styles
U''i Oarden
II n. W. 1st COURT
I Apologize
To My Friends
~r.c Customers
:cpy and Prosperous
New Year
|STI\ HI KKE
Pennsylvania Ave.
Mr. and Mrs.
lephen F. Kessler
i!end Best Wishes to
Fcm:!y and Friends
Greetings From
TROCADERO
KOSHER
RESTAURANT
By BEE SHERMAN
This is my confession: this is my apology
First-may I say I meant no harm-at worst I was only
bemg thoughtless. May I ask you to forgive me. if I have a*
turned you during the High Holiday service by talking or whh
ering when you were trying to pray? H F
fron/o! thT!!fndG? y,Ur, 90d ,as,e by standina o"^de in
SLd S 1 mg (f l W6re n ,he ception committee)
instead of commq inside to pray-if I have annoyed you by
constantly craning my neck to see who had arrived, or who
was arriving; d I gossiped with the lady to my right or talked
over a business deal with the men to my left; if I marched up
?ZLaTn Q1Sle s!ar<5hina for my long-lost friend I hadn^t
KS? s;n yfs,erday iorgive me please; I mean, no
k u J* ^idn t stop to think. I forgot the sacred purpose for
which three days had been set aside
Our Jewish New Year is a tiny oasis which is designated
or three days a year, to quench our religious thirst. It is a time
lor prayer, for remembering, for soul-searching, for thought and
meditation. It 1S not a time for gossip, for visiting, or for com-
panson of new clothes.
' hlrfST' V!L7 "%* WJ IeWS Wi" be bonding on the thresh-
hlitul S. t NewYear- Soon wi,h trembling finger and
hopeful hearts, we wUl turn another page of our lives to see
what the new year holds in store for us and our loved ones.
inis year as perhaps never before in history, the entire
wor d waits with bated breath to see if we will be thrown into
another war; to see whether chao*. destruction, even atomic
extinction will be our lot, or whether man will find a lasting
peace. *
' r u.ThiVear1.OUr ^ are once a9ain bein9 called upon to
light, and perhaps to die on foreign soil; this year as perhaps
never before ,n our lives, we feel a need for prayer, a need for
renewal o our faith. This year we will have no patience for
anyone who comes for anything but prayer.
This is jny apology ... if I have ever disturbed your prayer
in the past, please forgive me; I promise I shall not do it again
will you please promise me the same?
Cantors' Association of
Greater Miami
EXTENDS GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
CANTOR PAUL BECK
CANTOR MORDECAI HAALMAN
Jewish Community Center of Hollywood
CANTOR BERELE KELEMERMiami Hebrew School & Cong.
CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMERTemple Beth Sholom
CANTOR JOSEPH W. MALEK
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHESCongregation Beth David
CANTOR-RABBI J. RACKOVSKYConcrenation Beth Tfilah
CANTOR IRVING ROBINSON-Ccral Gables Jewish Center
CANTOR ABRAHAM SE1FKneseth Israel
CANTOR JACOB TAMBORCongregation Beth El
CANTOR MOSES WEINSTEIN Beth Jacob Congregation
CANTOR LEO URLICHNorth Shore Jewish Center
-----Ambassador I ha n Sends Greetings
In the vpar ruwir Ar^,,.', ;
^ASC-VS GREETINGS
T
I MR. and MRS.
|ALFRED STONE
of the
ICKSTONE HOTEL
MR. AND MRS.
HAfiBY BERMAN
and Family
8315 Byron Ave.
eir Relatives and Friends
"PPy and Prosperous
New Year
In the year now drawing to its
i dose Israel has intensified its ef- '
! forts of consolidation so as to be- .
come the home for all Jews need- '
: ing its refuge. Immigrants have
poured in from Rumania and Po-
land Iraq, Egypt and North Afri-
ca, Turkey, India and Afghanis- I
tan, and the people of Israel have '
taken on themselves new burdens
of austerity so as to provide the
immediate necessities and the
capital funds required for the
absorption of the newcomers and
the hundreds of thousands yet to
come.
At the same time, Israel has
greatly expanded its productive
capacities in agriculture and in-
dustry, in deep sea fishing and in
merchant shipping and it plans
further expansion to meet the call
of this historic moment in Jewish
history.
On its borders, Irael's adversar-
ies not only stubbornly refuse to
make peace but have even, dur-
ing the past year, intensified their
boycott and disturbed the armis-
tice system, even challenging
such enterprises of civilization as
the draining of the Huh h
swamps. The vengeful attitude of
MEAT DEPARTMENT
ZION FOOD CENTER
1429 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for c Happy New Year
to Their Many Customers and Friends
*OST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL
B. L. Slater
REAL ESTATE
W LINCOLN ROAD
its neignbors imposes upon Is-
rael the duties of unremitting
vigilance.
In the international field, while
maintaining the defense of its
own immediate cause, Israel has
made an honorable and recog-
nized contribution to the princi-
ples of peace and human justice.
The New Ytar sees Israel, with
the help of friendly governments
and of the Jews of the free world,
particularly those of the United
States, advancing rapidly on its
course towards economic indepen-
dence. Mindful of the great con-
tributions of American Jewry in
the past, Israel is confident that
in the coming year American
Jews will continue and magnify
their share in the great venture
of salvation which they have un-
dertaken with us and must bring
to. triumphant success.
To all the men, women and
children of American Jewry I
send my good wishes for the year
5712.
TO ALL...
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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best wish
wisnes
for a
happy new year

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New Year And New Life For Israelis
I Continued fro-i Page 4 D)
America tl more I
. ,-.: cfail
ere aided to emigr te by
JDC following World War ? li
Eui
. >0.000 hea Is I families
tits ; num-
ber 300.000 b m JDC
'. r. for
all : begins Ml a II "
I -
It is a happi -
.-
r.~: e: j, D?
w
long years f Nazis
cs ot
tht arreo i --.- the DP
can then at last 1
I be self-supporting, I
en?
'.: .- the beginning
Iso for th are
still ..:.:._ I thi future to
begin.
Maiben's hospitals, sanitana.
old-age homes and other institu-
tions have given hope to some
.380 "hard cores" and their de-
pendents in Germany. Austria
: Italy. In the JDC-aided sani-
taria at Merano and Grottaferra-
Italy, and Gauting. Germany,
the iged. the TB sufferers, the
amputees, the chronically ill can
-: : rward to the daythe day
leliverancewhen they too
urt for an Israel which is
LUing to take them.
F .- the 7.350 boys and girls
in the 84 JDC-supported or-
pha and other children's in-
-. ni in France and other
':' rings
the .raduation."
Hundn Is : thers : r whom
: : lothing
ire. t whom JDC
I vocati nal
ining idu-
''. av< t ne I Is-

'-. ;ngsters still in
...
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.-i iiter
la the Moslem World
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- till 1
:. n.
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cal ti 12.000 0
monthly. In Trip
i spe-
re than 1.000
girls some of them
I from tu-
berc. n d tinea
MOS6S A. LEAV1T7
fringwork of the scalp i
In Morocco and Algeria
stations are providing formulae
for infants, are giving children
ar.d expectant mothers
many of whom had never seen it
before. Nine JDC-financed ORT
vocational training centers in
Iran, Morocco. Algeria and Tuni-
sia are teaching some 1.800 boys
and girls a dozen useful trace?.
ng them for a better fu-
ture.
Pof many of the youngsters, the
Hashona services this year
token on a richer, deeper
mean I result of JDC 5 ex-
ive educatioral aid. where
rmerly -educati therr.
meant learning j t te. in dis-
r.rowded chadanm. The
JDC has in the '.ast two >
teved tremendous advance-
bringing them trained teach-
--.ded curricula, decent
schools.
In Iran. 5712 will find hundreds
. gcten who will look into
prayer-books with new in-
I and new understanding.
For the first time each word will
have meaning for themmany
itarned Hebrew, preparing
vei for a future life in
[sraeL
American Jewish Community
Proridn Hope
But of all the dreams which
have come true, there are many
more which still hang in the bal-
ance. If their futurethe future
of the aged, the ill. the young, the
expectant motherwere depen-
dent on their efforts alone. :t is
true that perhaps their hope
would never have beer. born.
But it is the American Jewish
communitythrough the United
Jewish Appealwhich has given
them hope. The miracle-makers
are those American Jews whose
support of UJA and the overseas
programs of the JDC has already
accomDlished so much, so many
miracles.
But the hopeand the dream
todav is mixed with fear; how
lorg will this aid continue'' Will :
American Jewry complete the
job so nobly begun'
This Rosh Hashona. as the
services continue, in France, in I
Germany, in Iran. ir. Israel, in
Morocco, in Tripolitania. the wor-
shippers can only wonder: will
it indeed be a "happy and pleas-
ant year?"
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
New French Benzol Cleaners & Law
QUALITY PLUS SERVICE
BRANCH STORES ALL OVER DADE COUNTy L
99 S.W. 7lh Street p.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YE^R
GREEN BROTHERS
MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS
55 N. E. 24th Street
I. W. LEOK MORRIS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. & MRS. SAM LACHMAN AND FAMILY 0FT1
DRAKE HOTEL
Phone Sflll I
1460 Ocean Drive
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
On behalf of the President. Officer.- ar.d Board i\
Directors of the GREATER MIAMI HEBREW FREE LOUl
ASSOCIATION, we extend our sincere good wishes for il
healthy, happy and prosperous New Year, to you and 4]
your dear ones.
At the approach of the New Year we expect, withvw]
help, to increase our activities of HELPING PEOPLE III
HELP THEMSELVES, and do good where is most needttj
With greetings.
S AMI II. KOI IIM I l\
President
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
lack Martinez Auto ><*r\ iee
1800 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 3-2941
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
V
SAM MELNICK pi the
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptives Relief .Soeiety
Extend* Best Wishes to All
for a Happy New Year
PENNWAY KOSHER MEAT MAR)
FREE DELIVERY Call 5-7060 or 58-1502
1447 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dixie 4*as Corporation
Moe Langer
405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
The President, Mrs. Rose Pertes,
The Officers and Board of Directors of the
"DOV" CHAPTER
OF MIZRACHI WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION OF
Wish Their Members and Many Friends
A Sincere and Happy New Year
)
A Hapi S<
all Ou -. -
R. RUSSAK'S
BARBER SHOP
160C S. W. 27th Ave.
Happy New Year
To All
John i Morev )
2450 N. W. 2nd Ave.
GREETINGS
Morris Blake Max Jackson
Shandiclere
Bar
626 SO. MIAMI AVE.
MIAMI
}
Peoples Water and Gas Company
I^W ft mindful of the invaluable
contribution to the growth ot
thin community that has been pro-
vided by it* -leu ish citizen* and
resident*, take* pleasure in
extending to all Jewry
Sincere Irishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PEOPLES^^^^tOlHPAXY
MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD FORT LAUDERDALE


.
SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
The Year In Jewish Sport
* Jewish rivridliair
PAGE 15 E
Ltied from Page 2 E)
teanizi-d on a club basis
Inol easy for a Jew to
he inside, let alone zoom
Id This year was a stand-
It one. but two Jewish
became t h e leading
of the country. The
horts world knows the
fcf Herb Flam and Dick
[Savitt especially. Dick
Australian champion-
a bang-up world tour,
A the trip with winning
Jat Wimbledon, then was
(to the U.S. Davis Cup
ik:
i Laskuu. National A.A.U.
[champion, was the lead-
Ish track star during the
tr. He successfully de-
lis title in California and
I for this country at the
Isrican games in Argen-
other Jewish athlete who
Ashed himself in track
Enter Dave Sandier of
Erica.
m
Uinen:
ssman Emanuel Cellar
heads the Congression-
jittec that investigates or-
baseball for alleged mon-
actices Phyllis Bren,
uth Africa, easps a place
bf the best junior swim-
Mhe Union Art Rubin
tlvn comes close to up-
[billiard champ Willie
Hoppe Egypt refuses to meet
the Israeli team in the table ten-
nis championship matches at Vi-
enna Abe Saperstein's Har-
lem Globetrotters open 18-game
series with the 1951 college All-
Star basketball squad.
Don Sheff sets new pool rec-
ord at Yale by doing 100-yard
freestyle in 0:51.5 CCNY's
basketball players barred from
playing at the mountain resorts
during the summer as a result of
the basketball scandal The
coveted Westminster dog champ-
ionship is won by Bang Away,
a boxer trained by Nate Levine
and considered one of the top
show dogs in the country Pat
Miller, 16-year-old horsewoman
who was showing great promise
in South Africa, died in an ac-
cident while riding her horse.
Sportsman's Club of Los Angel-
es donates $25,000 toward the
cancer program at the City of
Hope, national medical center at
Duarte, California Former
boxing champ Barney Ross re-
covers from minor injuries suf-
fered in auto accident Hy
Buller, voted best defensive hock-
ey player in the American League
last season, is traded to the New
York Rangers from the Cleve-
land Barrons Chaim Glovin-
sky, president of the Israeli Soc-
cer Football Association, arrives
in New York on visit to America
. Bert Hirschfeld is traded from
the Montreal Canadians' hockey
team to the Detroit Red Wings
. Betty Cohn, 51-year-old
grandmother from Brooklyn,
leaves for England to attempt
Channel swim.
t AND MRS. S. J. SPECTOR AND FAMILY
TEND BEST WISHES TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I 5-3018 Licensed and Insured
JOHN L. POWERS
PAINTING CONTRACTOR AND REPAIRS
Interior and Exterior
ALSO ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Roof Repairs and Tile Replacing
20th Street Miami Beach 39, Florida
A Message From
Chaim Woizmann.
Israel President
i P" ,{}*e eVe of tne New Year,
I should like to send a heartfelt
message of greetings and good
cheer to all the citizens of Is-
rael and to Jews near and far.
A significant year in the new
history of our people is drawing
to a close. Great strides have been
I made in the consolidation of our
I democratic commonwealth, in the
development of our country, in '
the absorption and integration of
many thousands of newcomers.
Education, health and social serv-
ices have been greatly expanded.
We have had to struggle hard, but
the test has only strengthened
our fibre.
In this great effort of recon-
struction and rehabilitaiton we
have been upheld by the unstint-
ed support extended us by the
great Jewish communities abroad.
At this turn of the year, our
heart goes out to them in deep
gratitude. They have written a
grand new chapter in the timeless
record of Jewish brotherhood and
! selfless service.
The coming year will not di-
minish our responsibilities. It is
likely greatly to increase them.
We shall keep the doors of our
country open to immigrants and |
refugees from near and far. We
I shall strive to expand our eco- !
nomic structure to provide them |
| not merely with refuge but with I
i a real home. As hitherto, the en- I
; tire social and political regime |
of Israel will subserve that major
purpose. That will entail heavy
sacrifice, but there is no easy
road to the high aim which we
have set for ourselves. Freedom is
a hard taskmaster, but the re-
ward of all these efforts and sac-
rifices will assuredly come.
I pray that the coming year
may be one of peace for Israel
and the whole Jewish people and
for humanity at large. May God's
blessing rest on the work of-our
hands. May our generation be
found worthy of the great chance
that has been granted to it. And
may our effort of peaceful recon-
struction redound to the honor of
the whole house of Israel and to
the prosperity and security of all
Mankind."
MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON
Southern Fruit Shippers
OF ALL WORTH-WHILE THINGS
733 WASHINGTON AVE.
[END BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A
>KAK THAT BRINGS A SPECIAL GOOD MEASURE
Besi Wishes To All
On Your Holidays
"If It's SteelWe Can Put It Up"
lorida Erecting Co.
I ne.
N.W.36thSt.
Phone 88-5141
MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry I. Magid
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
Phone 2-2860
For An Auction Use The
-WRIGHT WAY"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
WAYSIDE FARMS
SPECIALIZING IN HOME
GROWN STRAWBERRIES
1635 N.W. 42nd Court
KPSP
iwl

ffiS^ COMpANY. LO*
_** JJottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.. Miami
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Thrall
insurance Agency
GENERAL INSURANCE
FLORIDA
INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
213 Aragon Ave.
Coral Gablet
Phone 83-4691
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 2-2206
SOUTHERN BRICK & TILE CO.
Manufacturers of
DUNBRIK & DRAIN TILE
2300 N. W. 27th Avenue
Florida's Only
Kosher Factory
The Florida National Kosher Factory is the only
kosher factory in the entire South. It is operated
under the supervsion of Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth. We manufacture every type of deli-
catessen (tongue, corn beef, rolled beef, pas-
trami, salami, bologna, and all sizes of frank-
furters) which you can have delivered the same
day that it is made.
Call 3-6823 or 3-4225 for delivery. We also carry
a complete line of all kosher cuts of western
meats and poultry.
We wish all our customers and friends a Happy
and Prosperous New Year.
The Florida National
Kosher Provision Co.
230 N. W. 5th STREET
ABAPPYNWYEAR
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%'AliL 200 yrttf
We wish all our friends and
patrons and all tlie Jewish
people a year of health},
happiness and prosperity
Citablitht. i/6 S
lora TR1-AT instate/ of a T#EATMl.ST
.':. smoke OLD GOLDS

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* Jen 1st Hcrtdlar
I^IS^TEMBER
"Between You and Me
*

By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic A, ; In
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Sholem Asch
plain- I to friends tl is not
having 'naches
;:.- in Nathai
^tand. (har-
ried ind
brid
5 son's
proclivities. g thai
- -
''..':
. in ^
..... .
intervi tion is rel

it
windows and i i I i
I
.....He
len it
,- : I hi
religiou
:ed. Fou guards
Sm
...
. ir Is : Llgl t V '

'. n :
ed thai
li As i I is place
'he guard- probably
::. t a :..:.:. T.v .
William R nd Hearsl
published a Yiddi ; er in X. u
V -: and aim"-' ti la num-
'. Idish iiMishi .'
19 Hearsl at that ti n
:.-. real
must the Jew-
was to attain his
iti ns. He was run-
_ own
I th Democratic endorse-
. ii Jewish public
ilted advis-
-: out the Yiddish
.'. A a Tican.
.- lefe ite I bu: the

iness mar. ig<
disable I
ever ftei ,:- el ti in
rand
- given u] lid at
: A
. I with 1
tu as wi
Yiddisl '
OBITUARY NOTE' .
Y .. I well-
. just
lied in Sarai Sprii
: the most picturesque and
.. H
..... Max N irdau.
pent 1 ir years ii
'.: ind S] red on by Yahuda,
pposi-
tion to Weizmani at the
nisi !onl rence held in Lon-
in 1920. Or.t- of the (a
nts Noi lau made at that
tin w is that Z. mi .Id be
ipardy if the world found
at Arabs had an over-
..... >pula-
tion in r Iv >cated
... iiat sett! i ent in Pal-
j: 500.000 Jews Yahuda.
ke n : :! ite Ara )i p
nsidered '.ims l! >ne of
To All Our Friends and Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
We Appreciate Your Patronage
soiilhwcsi kosher Meal
A INnilin >lark(M
Max Schenkman, Proprietor
1007 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-3926
ORIGINAL HOFFMAN'S
CAFETERIA
and their employees
join in
wishing their many patron3
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1450 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Corner Espanola Way
the experts on the Arab problem.
He resented the fact that his tal-
ts were not utilized by the
Zionist movement. He was an un-
usual man. combining great
knowledge with dynamic energy,
stubborness with a polemical
spirit.
CLIPPINGS FROM ISRAEL .
A unique legal problem ini
hip of holy places is
to be 1 the Israel Su-
preme Court when it reconvenes
alter the summer recess. Ordinar-
ily one would assume that sacred
- t < pul lie prop-
ert) But .ppears from pending
litigation that the question is by
no 'tied. The issue was
raised in the ancient city of Sa-
ted, where a number of families
cd to have private rights
to the site of the grave of Si-
meon Bar Jehai. author of the
Cat.. Is of pious Jews
roughout the world make
annu.,1 pilgrimages to the gra
of the -nd the pilgrims'
naturally are i iurce of mat
income. The owners .if the
pert I lim vest* d rights
ich, the] argue, they can-
ited by tl state. To
they produced
Turkish apa: t from
ing squatter rights, since
he land had been
: i for hundreds of
When the British took over
Palestine they recognized the
Later, when Israel came
ting and the Religious Min-
istry began checking on the holy
- with a view to recom-
mending legislation making them
of the public domain, it de-
veloped that some of the sacred
sites were claimed to be the prop-
f individual owners. These
>wners now maintain that legis-
lation depriving them of the prop-
erty would be tantamount tj con-
tion.
ODD BUT TRUE .
The "shadchen" may be rapidly
dwindling in the rest of the world
but in Israel the shadchonut"
institution tig by.leapsand
b >unds. In fact, matchmaking is
so good a business there that the
150 matchmaking offices are
planning to form a union and
join the Histadrut One of the im-
mediate objectives of the "shad-
is to secure a law un-
der which no rabbi would bird
the nuptials without satisfactory
f that the shadchen. if one
had received the
The organization
also itablish uniform
-tandard of ethics
guiding the profession.
Tex is, is one of the
ids in America. In
fact almost all the 3,Ouo resi nts
>f the I .'. n ire Ii Lsh. But it is
: by a Jew, Mayor ."..
in, th only Jew in the
Hoi ted his ]
opponent in 1948 ai
td the perform in evi r
if the town's wits
H ::::. n's victory ai
Irish c insidi i
n lants of the lost I
Dublin's mayor inci I
an immigrant from Russia.
Picturesque Pai is has a suburb
vailed \'ille Juif," so named
probably because it had many
Jewish residents It has been de-
cades since Jews lived there and
there is no trace of Jewish exis-
tence in the town but oneJew-
ish music. No one has found the
explanation, but it seems the
Frenchmen of the suburb took a
liking to Jewish melodies and re-
tained them long after the Jew-
ish community of Ville Juif"
was gone. Passing the suburb one
frequently hears busy housewives
humming almost forgotten Jew-
ish tunes. And in the cafes it is
not unusual to see couples danc-
ing to the fiddling of Jewish
melodies.
An American Jew is the dean
of the law faculty of Oxford Uni-
Arthur Goodheart,
nephew of Senator Herbert H.
Lehman. He is the second Amer-
ican Jew to hold the title "King's
Counsellor." The first one was
: | naturalization DaIrs "*
i nv. years. aboffffi,?*
assumed French-souffi*
Ar.d in Israel, where thni J
Eastern EuropeanU^
sumed Hebra,c name*?2
ite Jew recently appl,J,ft
.mission to ,r.unge hiT
Goldberg
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
*
Florida Builders erviee,w
100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami, Floriogl
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Hyman Gottesman and Harry P w 0f
Hann's Bakorv
1C43 WASHINGTON AVtNUE. MIAMI BEACH
COVFORTABLV AIR-CONDITIONED COCKTAIL
Old Saratoga Inn
77th St. and Biscayne Blvd Ph. M
OPEN DAILY 4 P.M. TO CLOSING SUNDAY FROV "21
DELICIOUS DINNERS
IMELDA HAGEP.TY, Owner and Operator Plenty of Parkin)I
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Monarch Theatrical Ageney
EDDIE KAPLAN FREDDY Wn
235 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH Ph.

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
..... i:- ;..i m I kfitki Tr ick
i: \. .!> i-n. w Im
(oiillon Bros. I.iirau*'
.'. Rcbul|t Body Repair*
P is D -r> Wrei
! MM
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.Miami Kosher Meal
& Poultry Market
2011 S. W. 8th Street Phone
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Security Abstract Co.
44 N. E. 1st Ave.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
John .1. Sewell
Real Estate In all ite Branches
1101 LINCOLN ROAD
pa
The Very Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Miami Beach
Railway Company


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MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1951
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Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
American Jews were pioneers
in the community chest idea. The
first of the community chests in
the familiar sense of the word,
was the Cleveland Federation for
Charity and Philanthropy ,
Welfare funds for r.on-local needs
provide another instance of Jew-
ish pioneering. Something ap-
proximating them was achieved
in the form of state non-local
chests in Michigan and in Oregon
. The Charity Chest of the
New York City Fur Industry was
another Jewish invention since
the industry is overwhelmingly
Jewish The Visiting House-
keer>er. or Substitute Mother,
was an innovation of the Jewish
Welfare Society of Philadelphia
in October of 1923 Aid to de-
pendent children was originated
by the United Jewish Charities
of Kansas City, Mo., and the first
law advocating pensions for wid-
ows with small children was in-
troduced in 1910 by Judge E. E.
Porterfield, of the Kansas City
Juvenile Court, who was familiar
with the work of the Jewish ag-
ency Relief allowances o!
Jewish social agencies in years
past were higher on the whole
than those of non-Jewish agen-
I cies. The effect of this difference
i in standards was to raise the
1 general level of relief allowances
L.i Social case work for a fee. a
; practice that is becoming more
i common with time, was first pro-
I pounded in 1923 by Bruno Lasker,
1 a Jewish writer. The first agency
'to open a separate office for the
avowed purpose of making case
> work available for a fee was the
1 Jewish Family Service in New
York Worker's education un-
der union auspices was int: ;-
duced bv the predominently Jew-
; ish International Ladies' Oar-
[ ment Workers' Ur.ion in 1916 ani
i Amalgamated Clothing Workers
I in 1919. The Amalgamated was
the first of the labor unions to
; take an active interest in building
low-cost and low-rental cooper-
' ative houses for wage earners .
Long before the New Deal, Jew-
I ish workers experimented in sub-
, sistence homesteads The
'Jewish Agricultural Society orig-
inated our thriving systems of
' farm loans almost thirty years
I before FCA, of agricultural credit
, cooperatives and of agricultural
1 fire insurance cooperatives .
The National Council of Jewish
Women is said to be the first ra-
tional membership organization
to develop a program of recrea-
tion for the aged on a nationil
scale .. These interesting fac".s
are culled from an article bv Dr.
^Continued on Paae '2 F)
from the
'MR. and MRS. I. L MINTZER.
JACK and JACKIE
and the Children.
MR. and MRS. RAYMOND M. CHISLING
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL CROWN COLA
Best By Taste Test
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
538 N.W. 2Ath Street
Phone 3-6237
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST FAMILY and
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2732

The President and the Board of Directors of
The Jewish Home For the Aged
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
Services for the High Holy Days will be held
in the beautifuL new dining room at Douglas Gardens
150 N. E. 53rd STREET
Memorial Services will be held on Yom Klppur
and the last day of Succos
Phone 89-8627 for tickets


PAGE 2 F
rJenlst fkriJ&r
Another Yosella .
A- A J
A sentimental H
to the synagogue by >rld-fam
m voices will be lil the I haunting
traditional Jewish Liturgy
Such headlines a P.. hard Tucker, Robert Merrill [for Gorin
and Jan Peerce will return to the role ol cant in which I
singing careers began. Though ,
they hive achieved rtardom in out restriction, calling to iti
the wide world, they have not ulty the outstanding talent of
forgotten the synagogue and re- the Orthodox. Conservative and
turn at least once a year to the Reform fields< and Mrving all
"- .. (three groups when they called
The source for both svnagogue .... ..ii
mus.c *nd the me:. banted on ll for student can:ors or ful1"
tnroughout American Jewish his- time cantors."
tory has been the European cen- Cantors have traditionally had
ters of Jewish life The pros- dutles other than lheir cnanlmg
pective chaze.i received nis train- ,.,._ ,
!ng from a practicing one. and ** the .Hl-C school trains its
irom this tutorirg system came graduates to serve as directors
virtually all cantors in American of religious schools and as teach-
svnagogues todav. ers of Hebrew-, in addition to the
When HUtar destroyed the specific training for chazzanuth
yreat European Jewish centers. For these varied services, what
he also wiped out all the sources can would-be cantor expect m
of cantors and liturgy. As m oth- working conditions and remuner-
FRIDAY. SEPTEMbq,,
er matters. American Jewish re
ation' Well, a car.tors is a com-
hgious leaders had to look to the nj.unity servant with all the corn-
resources of American Judaism, plications that frequently attend
_ such a position. Most full-time
Several years ag,. a.- attempt cantors ^ ^^.^ 54 m and
mu made to bring ad the Jew- ^ a ar Wlth some .
Ufa seminaries together to create t.ona!lv glfted ores m the major
one school of sacred music for Jewuh- t earm as muJch
all branches of American Juda
ism but the effort failed.
However, the Hebrew Union
College, a leading Reform Sem-
inar}'- decided to go ahead and
established the Hebrew Union
School of Sacred Music 1- N- w
York, t-.e >ni;. for cantors
in the world. The rirst class wai
graduated last June.
So. if a Jewish you: ...:
promising voice and a desire '.3
use it in sacrtd music comes
long, he can ei1 -k out an
,-jtaolished cant >: rith
or try the HUC I
Though It is a Reforn
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,jDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
*Jislifkri(Han
PAGE 3 F
QUIZ BOX
(Copyright, ItSt. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
QUESTION: Why is "Roih
Jashona" CNew Year's) cele-
rated for two days in Israel
hen the other major holidays
re only celebrated for one day?
J-. Y. Chicago. 111.
ANSWER: The othe major Jew-
ch Festivals (i.e. the first and
ast day of Passover, Shavuoth,
kuccoth and Shemini Atzeres)
u-e observed for only one day in
srael because of the fact that
isinally they were one-day oc-
lasions. The diaspora assumed
vo days because of the distance
om Israel and the uncertainty
the exact day. This uncertain-
came about because of the fact
Jiat the Hebrew month was in-
augurated upon the appearance
f a new moon. The festivals were
ounted so many days after the
Ippearance of the new moon.
fhis would make a difference
Iv when the festival comes in
f,e middle of the month.
Ther is only one Jewish festi-
val that comes at the very onset
! the month and that is the Jew-
gh New Year's festival called
josh Hashona. Since this was
he case, even in Israel there were
.casions when the festival was
two-day affair. One of the occa-
lions occurred when Elul (the
ast month of the old year) turned
fa 30th day and the witnesses
Mi< saw the new moon came
in the afternoon, after the
foecified time. Then, the' 30th
Bay of Elul was declared Rosh
Hashona as well as the day after
Even today when, astronomi-
lly speaking, wo calculate the
nnths by mathematics and know
In advance, the original two-flay
Benod is continued, according to i
Ihe accepted tradition. This two- !
pay period is considered "one ,
ng day" in the Rabbinic com- j
A most interesting reason is [
given by one scholar* for pro- :
onginR this practice. Rosh Hasha- '
nan is the day when the Al- |
ir.ightv passes judgment on the j
human race. In olden times, when
natters of life and death were in
Ihe hands of the Sanhedrin in
Israel, it was forbidden to pass '
judgment on only one day's de- |
liberation. At least two days had !
i be used so that the night would
pass during which the judges !
|ivou!d have a chance "to sleep '
bn" the case and perhaps find a
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way of saving the defendant
Likewise, the Lord sets the ex-
ample for men to follow, by mak-
ing the day upon which he sits in
judgment last two days so that
overnight consideration might
be given.
QUESTION: Why is the shofar
blown at different times in the
Morning services of Rosh Hasho-
na?
ANSWER: Originally, it seems,
the shofar was sounded only dur-
ing one part of the service, i.e. in
the early morning. As a matter of
fact, in many instances it was
blown at sunrise. This was pre-
ferred either to announce the
dawn of the New Year, or to
arouse the conscience of the pop-
ulace from the earliest morning
hours and set the theme of re-
pentence from the very begin-
ning of the day.
A strange thing happened later.
While under the yoke of a tyran-
nical foreign government, the
Jews received an order prohibit-
ing the sounding of the shofar, it
being considered an affront to
the king whose presence was al-
ways announced by the trumpet-
ers of his realm. To enforce the
fulfillment of this prohibition the
government would station police
guards in the synagogue to keep
the congregation from attempting
to blow the shofar. The rabbis at
that time instituted a cunning de-
vice which fooled the police. In-
stead of blowing the shofar in
the early morning hours of wor-
ship they ordained that the sho-
far be blown at the later part
called "Musaf" (the additional
part).
The police, taking for granted'
that the shofar was to be blown
during" the early morning hours,
remained on duty only during
the time of the Shacharis service
(the only morning section) and
confidently departed, feeling they
had accomplished their mission.
The shofar was then blown at the
later service. The Commandment
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were tricked.
As a sort of tribute to these
cunning sages who saved the day
and as a memorial to our heroic
ancestors who persisted in carry-
i ing out the commandments even
I during difficult times, the shofar
; is still blown at the late service.
! Evon for the early morning serv-
ice, it is blown at the end of the
service.
This, today, has a practical
I basis toov since most worshippers
i never get to the synagogue in
time for the early morning serv-
I ices on Rosh Hashona. It is dif-
ficult to ascertain, however,
whether the shofar-blowing of
the earlier service was delayed
for their coming or whether the
practice of coming late was ini-
tiated because of the fact that
one could come late and still be
in time for the shofar.
QUESTION: Why is it custom-
er yto eat sweets on Rosh Hash-
ona?
ANSWER: This custom seems to
be an old one. Even as far back
as in the days of the Bible we
find Ezra telling the returing
exiles to eat good things and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
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Extend Best Wishes to All
Their Relatives and Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
drink sweet wine on this day. The
Talmud (Tractate Horiyot 12a)
also mentions this as an accepted
custom, explaining that it was an
"omen for a sweet year." Dainties
that are in abundance or whose
names suggest blessings or for-
giveness are preferred. The mo-
ral is quite a wholesome one. It
teaches us not merely to sit back
and pray for sweetness, blessing
and forgiveness on the New Year.
It advises us to go out and find
these gifts; to reap them bv our
acts of kindness and mercy; to
earn them with good deeds.
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
and Family
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
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"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMCLAR
J
swer is: Ifrcti was not it war
" Japan, since the Je h (tatt
was established after Jaoan's de-
a tour of the Soviet Union .
Egyptian-Soviet trade figures
. an upward trer.d And
Soviet broadcasts m Arabic are
intensified The Soviet
that 200.000 persons
;n Lebanon signed the Krem'in's
peace appeal." and that 63.000
e obtained in Sy-
ria .. .
ANCIENT HISTORY:
Novels based on figures of the
always puzzled me
wavs left me with a
The Palestine Electric Corp. i constant iaereaaa
and the Jerusalem Electric Corp. i'tion of t<-v, '"the Prtfa.
are selling an average of 41,000,- wheels in the nla^L.tn
000 kilowatt-hours of electricity created and t-xr^j'^ *;llv j
ptr month. About 12,000.000 are !of the 1500 Gcni^,* as ar*'
used.for industrial purposes. The Bead Issue. te "'Isnj
INTERNATIONAL TRENDS: raal "-v D : get .-:: r.: .-pport
: have been asked why Israel '>m the Weatera Aliles I
i-i not among the nations which reparattoai claims Hence. the
signed the peace treaty with Ja- Bonn Government obviously con-'Bible have
D in San Fancisco The an- Bcters that the best way to deal They ,
with Israel's claims :s to r.isre- feeling that no matter how well
pard them but in such a way that
even the disregard b n I noted
I- And thii sadly what it
-eat Jewish croups in the)is doing Jewish groups feel
" than Ox -.at some! ust be c'one to
Government re now | make Germany a ware that it can-
" nterest not : p with the a|
: in intentk n 1 -. dins, paj men! I i
tre ini i It is looti
FVpc ni armsta
Western ^yes on huss.A:
and p liti- Jews in S I I
f trated in i
tisf act ion I to Israel
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the elaboration on the Bible is
drawn it does not excel the orig-
inal story This is also true of
Sholem Aschs latest novel "Mos-
es" jus: published The story
I '.! is told very drimatical-
ly by As.-, in about 500 pages
. however, N :<3d nothing to
ri ry told in the
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th ienti ome
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l[DAY. SEPTEM3ER 28, 1951
*lrlstFkricr,*r
PAGE 5 F
lernstein Writer Of Martyred Jewry
Aiiu-iiinn Jewish [Tfs Feature)
I Back in 1926 a green young cub
foorter who didn't know a~top-
ina winch from a bower anchor
bund himself in 'Frisco, part of
[winding line of seamen waiting
bertha n a round-the-world
Eyage abroad the President Gar-
|eld of the old Dollar Line.
The shipping agent stamped
he words "deck hand" beside the
ame of Victor Bernstein. What
not contained in his sea-
ban's papers, he carried'in his
Bbag. The contents included,
nanii others, a Columbia Uni-
rsity degree in jourr.alism.
But newspaper jobs were as
jice then as ever, the cub re-
nter found. What's more, the
avel bug which had moved him
give up a promising berth as a
spoiler on a Providence sheet
nd pilot a jalopy out of the West
toast and a waiting ship, was
|ill very much alive.
Had anyone told Bernstein then
hat one day he would be the Di-
ector of Public Relations for an
(utfit called the Jewish Agency;
hat the biggest yarn in his career
tould be the story of a country
ailed Israel, he would probably
lave replied, and with justifiable
Imazement: "Whome?"
His disbelief would have been
tightened even greater were he
Informed that six million Jews
fc->:e doomed to slaughter in
Europe: that as a war correspon-
dent 20 years later he would be
Jmo.. the iirst Americans to see
Sir bodies piled high like kind-
|ir: wood in the ditches of Ger-
nany and Eastern ETO.
But the world of 1926, what
kith its jazz and bath-tub gin,
vas still a fairly stable place in
ihich to live. Mass murders were
relic of the Dark Ages and a
fcountry called Israel was about
ks possible as a Democrat becom-
ing "Mr. Big" in the White
louse.
Young Bernstein sailed across
tie Pacific on the Garfield, saw
flanila and the exotic spice
Islands of the East Indies. He
Beamed through the Suez Canal
Ind Into the blue Mediterranean.
Life aboard ship was rugged in
those pre-union days, especially
lor a guy with a name like Bern-
stein. A pair of fast swinging
lists and a sense of humor saw
lerr.stein through.
When the ship finally docked
In Jersey City Vic had had his
Ml of the sea-farers' life. But
tie was still required to complete
Jhe final lap of the voyage back
ij San Francisco.
While visiting with his family
P New York City the Garfield
sailed and Vic Bernstein found
Biimself in the role of an uninten-
to Key West and an Jer-night world'disaster were fe t^from
G0aartf,etl v 1 P u f Ca,L ICe. !tnl Bernstein to Germany to
Vic got to Havana but the Gar- Bet the story. His dispatches from
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Hebrew Teachers Association
of Greater Miami
field got stuck on a sandspit in
the Bahamas and his status was
altered from ship-jumper to
Beached seaman, a breed for
which the American Consulate
had little sympathy. Bernstein
hocked his overcoat and lived on
Berlin and Munich confirmed the
worst fears of American Jewry
for their co-religionists stranded
in the Reich.
"When I got there," he relat-
ed, "the speed-up was on full-
blast against the Jews. It was
uH. a SITY*"* nP uved on blast against the Jews It
&? ,a"d ,fretzels unM the ship Hitler's plan to destroy G "ma
was towed loose and arrived in Jewry before marching on the'
The Officers and Members of the
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Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
port.
"When I got back aboard I was
a big man," he recalled. "My ship-
mates figured that anyone crazy
enough to spend his own good
money to catch up with the ship
must have a good reason. They
were convinced that my reason
was jewels smuggled aboard in
the Indies and safely stached in
my sea chest.
"I let them g right on think-
ing that way and had the guys
falling all over themselves to be I
my pal on the last leg of the
voyage," Bernstein said.
When Vis left the Garfield at
Frisco he had long since vowed
that his next ocean voyage would
be made as a passenger. After
working for a time on a West
Coast paper, he moved to Wood-
land, a smalL town near Sacra-
mento and joined the staff of the
local paper, the Woodland Demo-
crat. Paul Leake, then the paper's
editor and now Collector for the
Port of San Francisco, became his
good friend.
"Another pal of mine," he said,
"was the fellow I roomed with
Roman Catholic. We became
friends when we found out that
our landlord was a Ku Klux
Klaner."
News that his dad was ill
brought Victor back East. And for
a year he helped out at the drug
store jerking sodas, delivering
medicine and selling magazines.
Then his first big break came; a
neighboring countries.'
A tip-off from a friendly Amer-
ican Embassy official that the
Gestapo was framing trumped-up
smuggling charges against him
saved Bernstein from a possible
taste of Nazi prisondom. He left
Germany for Austria, arriving in
Vienna in time to cover the Hitler
Anschluss. Then early in 1939 he
witnessed the fall of Czechoslo-
vakia, the dismal prelude to a
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^flVSEPTEMBER 28, 1951
+Jewisti Tk rid inn
[he United Nations
innual Report
DAVID NUSSBAUM

i, ,.. ich Ti legraphle
\g, ; Inc.)
General Trygve Lie
H 11 the record of the
Nations for the past year.
he record is the UN boss" annual
,,, the General Assembly.
utv Lie must perform on the
, ach Assembly gathering
\ provide the background and
tvnote for the deliberations of
,' n< w session.
Of this year's report, seasoned
obsc rvers can only conclude
record of the world or-
nization in the past year has
,, [he least bright of any in
ri life-tine, A little more
on about basic aims and
little more uncertainty
tn direction and, as a conse-
ence, a less visible accomplish-
ent runs like a red thread
rough these annual summa-
|cns. and this year's is no ex-
ption.
And what ia especially notice-
|e is ili t the treatment of the
uestion <>f Palestine," as it is
ways listed, provides the sharp-
clearest illumination of
Is unhappy process. Four years
[o this Fall the UN plunged into
Is complex and crucial world
th forcefulness, purpose
id vision Its decisions brought
out the official birth of Israel,
jlineated its borders, envisioned
i eation also, of a new Arab
immunity and the speediest pos-
!ble development of both.
This planning and vision was
rjmptly challeneged by the
rab bloc of states, then openly
d brutally attacked, and ever
ice the UN has allowed itself
pursue a journey down. Israel
scued itself, and the Arab bloc
unched a new program of whit-
np away at the infant state as
ey could diplomatically and
onomically. The diplomatic as-
ult concentrated on the effort
deprive Israel of Jerusalem,
e UN not only took a morally
id politically untenable position
favor of this policy of en-
rollment but, having taken it,
attercd its prestige by failing |,
enforce it, or even to take
'ps to enforce it.
The Secreary-General'a report
ows two things about the pe-
|cd from July to June 1950-51
it does not include the Suez
anal case of the past two
Its very setting down of
e record makes clear the pat-
rn of an outright Arab attack
the sovereignty, economic de-
lopment and territorial integ-
ty of Israel. In detailing the
bridling of this attack by UN
gans, it shows secondly that the
orld bodv allowed itself to be
ken by these Arab moves and
fen supported them.
These are the almost endless
ncs of provocative actions tak-
bv the Arab League states,
yiously in concert, to turn the
N into a hammer against Is-
lel, as set down in Lie's report
the past year's activities: a
Rewed drive to expropriate
;rusalem, plus a renewed drive
swamp the Israel economy
'tn the nearly 1,000,000 Arab
ugcts (these were frustrated
inly by the experience of pre-
fous utter defeat); armistice vio-
"on clamed by Lebanon over
P'ane incident; similar claim by
SVPt with Israel armed forces
ieculorit (UN Truce Supervisor
> h:!e\ rave support to this I
y quoting Bedouin sourc-
plaint by Jordan: !
ext a full-scale blast bv Syria
[ ivilian work to drain the
Twen marshes: and finally pres- j
"-' J '; 'I the Jordan river.
ich of these alleged I
. > have be,,- handled
1 tlrety by the UN's!
ik,', c commissions in
the Security Council
,, them up and at no time
I complainants for
pe clearly "frivolous" nature of
kvaVaT\IX WM Israel which
a the diplomatic blows, i
or by implication, and
hva ", "! Huleh dispute
tackS.*^ harder on tlie
'an any UN member
Kute. ""'" ln a Peaceful dis- I
niDlom? ?trcnKth and skillful
fcfcffyM So far bea*en hack
' effect of most of these
Vhether L rt''Ilai.ns to be seen'
lores' 'ni'.Arabs will be any,
e successful ln the future. ,
PAGE 7 F
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FRIDAY
Our Weakest Supports^
By DR NELSON GLUECK pacity to ach-.eve goodness, to
,- .... ., -- -:ve bv love, and to fulfill his
dent Htbrev.- Upton C ;r,;;nv on this earth [n
Jewish Institute .. Religion spile o{ t:-e- iwesoroeness of di-
The High Holy Days in Jew- vine judgD re ss no pes-
).-.- tradition is a time of judg- shnisnn w cymeism about man in
It is a perenr.ial season of the message of these High H :'
profound spiritual and moral Days, but confidence in his ability
reckoning. This :s a time also for increasingly to perceive and ful-
-an to ;udge himself, neither fill God's moral imperatives.
th leniency nor with self-nega
rion, but with integrity, a]
the full measure of his highest
ideals ir.d noMest concept:
.he present condition of hu-
"Salvatidn will not come sud-
denly, as by a miracte We must
Strive toward it and labor for it
in a measure helping to fashion
;t. Each man and each nation is
man afiairs at home and abroad equally ntpomihh u d judged by
r .,.-: make it amply evident that the same standards of moral judg-
tn. brittle shell of our moral ~ en:
science and human values is '"For!:'. I the creative and
ng in many places under the affirmative experience ar.d assur-
ng sure of change and ance of our ar.. : th. we face
: inty. of confusion ar.d con-
flict
What mi.-. and nations need
st, they seem least to have We
are strong in everything but
.'-'. ar.d spiritual insight.
the future with : it and
inner fortitude. No tear will para-
lyze us. No obstacle or failure
will defeat us Ne all we
permit any selfish motive t,
our eyes to truth or compel us to
kind is starved for God-de- resist the forces of growth and
.iecencv and brotherli- change. Rather. w< .-' ill seek
ess Man will not be saved bv courageously :o m -.....
til le of his hosts or the forces and lirect theii
ilness of his armaments, nor our own w'a>' by tl
rease and stockpiling of tates of our deepening under-
resources. These standing of God's will.
upon which we have "0ur strength and le urity -
-r greatest confidence. ,he fact 0I evi1 and uncertainty
our weakest sup- sna11 ^ the knowledge th -
-;: survive bv our the wav of God is the way for
: the iignity .=nd essen- man: tnat in Ih ';on- how-
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ages past our
ga;
. cut .-. the H Days in a
full I feai k
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t:on. But
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man's life upon this earth.
. Uni r. College-
ih Institute if Re!:*. .-. <.x-
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ly, SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
+Je-ist Fkridian
PAGE 9 P
Origin Of Rosh Hashona _
HAHOLD EIDLIN
l KJi, Jewish TlUvrapSfi
ncy. mo
Lp cever.th month, on the
L of the month, Ye shal
t'dv convocation; Ye shall
KnanniT of servile work; it
V of blowing horns unto
Thus commanded the Lord
kes And thus began Rosh
la But of all the festival
the Hebrew calendar,
A
-'v.
there is no more an outstanding
example of ia man-interpreted
holy day than rfosh Hashona.
Would it surprise you, for ex-
ample, to know that Rosh Hash-
ona alone is unexplained in the
Bible? No reason is given as to
why the festival is celebrated on
the first and second days of Tishri
(seventh month.) It is to the later
day sages, the rabbis and the
teachers that we owe today's pic-
ture of Rosh Hashona as the tra-
ditional "yom haddin," the Day
of Judgment, on which all mor-
tals pass in review to give an ac-
count of their deeds. The familiar
| "L'Shanah tovah," (for a good
i year), with which Jews today
! greet each other during this sea-
j son of the year, is in keeping with
i the notion that the destinies of
| men are written or erased from
. the Book of Life.
Everything about Rosh Hash-
ona, in fact, has evolved from
; tradition, practice and teaching.
During the Babylonian exile Jews
adopted the custom of marking a
new year in the spring month of
Nisan, as well as on the first of
! Tishri. During the time of the
' Second Temple, Iraelites celebrat-
ed as many as four new years!
Because Rosh Hashona is tra-
ditionally Judgment Day, it has
ome to be regarded as the most
personal of all celebrations a
day on which the creatures of
God search their own hearts and
souls. Significantly, the Zodiacal
sign for Tishri is Librathe bal-
lancea further intimation that
all the deeds of mankind are
weighed in the balance.
Biblically speaking, the first of
puerile Marx, Miami
, Business and Profession-
|men's Group of Hadassah.
relatives in Norfolk.
Ilia, and Washington. D.C.,
I she attended the Atlant-
ic Cor.ver.tior. as a dele-
Tishri has been a day of won-
drous incident! in Jewish history.
This, plus the fact that it her-
alded the time of the harvest, are
considered the most likely rea-
sons for the celebration of Rosh
Hashona on that day. Probably,
of uppermost importance is the
traditional belief that the world
was created on Rosh Hashona.
One of Israel's most esteemed
rabbis, Eliezer, taught that on the
first of Tishri Joseph left prison.
On this same day, the Jews who
were returned from exile in
Babylonia brought their first of-
ferings to the newly-erected altar,
, and on the first of Tishri the
I prophet Ezra made his important
and impressive reading of the
Torah at the assembly of the
people.
The solemn raood of Rosh Ha-
snanah as we know it today js \
a phase of the celebration which
came into being after the exile.
In the pre-exile period, the new
year was essentially a recogni-
tion of a new harvest year. But
in the post-exile period, the fes-
tival has taken on the character-
istics of atonement and expiation ,
which have become even stronger
through the years as a sacred in-
troduction to the Day of Atone-
ment.
BARNETT BECKERMAN
Since 19?7 with
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Lift Accident Sickness
20 S. E. 3rd Ave., Miami
Bui. 2-0507: Rea. M-7128
Broadloom Carpets
In a Jewel-Like Setting
MIAMI RUG CO.
IOC South Miami Ave.
Our 27th Year Under Sam*
Ownership-Management
In Miami
Attorney Louis Phillips, new
vitVi commander of the Fourth
Region. Jewish War Veterans.
He was appointed at the recent
Atlanta JWV convention.
MR. and MRS.
MAX M. SINGER
and Children
ANDREA and JIMMY
2201 S.W. 27th Terrace A.
Wish Their Relatives
and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-7796
"Cn :he Trad"
)LER'S KOSHER
live Poultry Market
IL0CAL RAISED
Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Rabbinical Supervision
ell Retail and Wholesale
Iciels. Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For the 2-Story White -
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS S3S.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sunders Phone 4-3241
k lady when its Ale
fou're buyin
r,
j)
The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
and the Student Body
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
The Sisetorliod of
Reth Ravid Coiigrogation
Exler.ds Best Wishes to its Members and Friends
for a Very Happy New Year
MRS. HARRY LAUFER. President
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE
and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY
ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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FRILAY
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H. ii-l.iirion iiors To S<'hul
=:"-d Son STEVQ,
*!?* -o AU id
H^ondFdJ
:or a
VEBY HAPPY
HEW YEAR
P"". AbrahaJ
WoHsob
AND
The Spinal
Form
Wkh For A1)J
A HAPPY NEW YEJQ]
Prime Minister Davic Ben-Gur:on'$ historic vWl last May lo
'.z* OaiMd States -"-as the Number One story on the American
-"ewn.-. seen* := i'l: most newsier, agree The Silver Knight's
speechti F-a.-asei :.-. his icr-c: ... the isporteni and heavy
sile rf Israel Bo=cs ecrinc his stay these made the headline*.
3-" ~e Israel leaders trip tc Arr.snca was jam-packed with
hcrrtaa merest sr=r.?s many of them destined never to see
type Dne s-ci .-.5irt-warming incident was B-G s unexpected
Tisit t: a New York City synagogue bright and early cne Saturday
crmng shortly after his arrival :r. ti.i VS. As congregants de-
part from the text to glance at "Mr. Israel". B-G heads the pro-
cession to the reading of the Tcrah 1): the honor of carrying
the sacred scroll of Israel is given Ben-Gurion as the congrega-
tion's young rabbi chants the prayers 2 : a woman admirer must
shake B-G's hand, and who is he argue with the females '3):
Ben-Gurion's eyes and thoughts are solemn as the cantor chants
the holy words 4'; To Israel's prime minister go the young
Rabbis blessings for good health and long life. < American Je* isr.
Press Pre: -
HAPPY
NEW YEAB
ACE U DHI7E
IMI Fifth Sm
Mkrmi Bead
RENT A NEW
CONVERTIBLE

HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
4119 H. W 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-2+41 esd 84-1461
f*iicir.'4
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tropical
Paper Bex Co.
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami International Air Depot
Bidg. 144 Phone 88-5276
MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TC ALL
Hyman Gottesman and Bhtj Fiskow of
llahn s Bakerv
1043 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
ME
I

m
a
SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR EVERY HAPPINESS
NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENTS AND CUSTOM
Pan American Baker's Supply, Incl
Miami Bearh Awning Co.
B*r: ;. P.e-:> Owner K. F. Tex Goodman. Manage:
SERVTMG MIAMI 3EACH ALL YEAR ROUND
FOR HOME OR BUSINESS
HMM S-*M5 Miam: Beach
R. E. VAUGHAN, INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR
General Utility Construction
General Excavations
Ditching Pipeline* Water 6 Sewer Construction
Telephones 88-2403 88-2404
3! 53 N. W. South River Drive Miami
Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown
aad Familv
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
10185th Street Fhcnes 5-15X Sj


A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
II. 1.. Safer
REAL ESTATE
42C LINCOLN ROAD PE id
HAPPY NEW YEAR
II \\I.O\ PI I MHIX. *
729 S. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 3-1611
TC ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
William** R**ort W 120 N. E. 1st AVE. MIAMI. FLA.
1,tn>ilii ill 4.ramp ot i,rvai*>r Miami'
"'':=l-.es ell their Members, their Families and
rr;er.ds a Happy ana Prosperous New Year
Sincere Wishes For
H APP I
-V E W 1 E I K
Seven-Up Bottling Co.
Miami, Fla.
SHERMAN I. TOBIN


SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
* Jewish ncrkfinn
Wishes to Our
fls and Customers
Ihe New Year .
HJL MARTIN
and
|lE LIVINGSTON
of the
ARTIN
FOOD
ODUCTS
|0 S. E. 5th St.
Phone 9-1697
Riverside Memorial Chapel Boasts
Of More Wan Half Century Of Service
PAGE 11 F
DISON
RICAL FIXTURE CO.
bli ::'.< Distributors
1IC SUPPLIES and
ITING FIXTURES
Call 3-3114
S. W. 8th STREET
iTtmiami Trail)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ISON CENTER
TRICAL SUPPLIES
BeralorsAppliancei
angesWater Pumps
V. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-6519
A HAPPY NEW YEAR i
r. and Mrs.
N. Rubenstein
land Family
Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach
The Riverside Memorial Chap-
el, with its two complete funeral
Chapel* in Miami and Miami
Beach, boasts an honored tra-
dition of more than half a cen-
tury-of faithful service to Jewish
families.
The local Riverside Memorial
Chapels are an Integra] part of
the Riverside Memorial Chapel of
New York, founded in 1896 by
Charles Rosenthal who still heads
the organization. Associated with
Mr. Rostnthal in the manage-
ment of The Riverside are his
two sons. Edward Rosenthal and
Morton Rosenthal. The River-
side serves the New York area
with four funeral chapels, in
Manhattan, the Bronx, Far Rock-
away and Brooklyn. The latter,
which was opened two years ago,
is nationally recognized for its
beautv and distinction.
"Although The Riverside or-
ganization has grown steadily
through the years, it has never
departed from its character of a
family institution in which mem-
bers of the Rosenthal family ex-
ercise close personal supervision
over all phases of its operations,
always with the steadfast pur-
pose of strictly maintaining the
high standards of service for
which The Riverside has become
so widely known", the manage-
ment pointed out.
Ten years ago, the growing
Jewish population, both transient
and permanent, of the Greater
Miami area suggested to the Ros-
enthal family the need for mak-
ing The Riverside service avail-
able locally in this area, and the
first Riverside Memorial Chapel ;
was established i
at 1236 Washing-
ington Avenue,
Miami Beach,:
under the direc- *
tion of Abe Eis-
enberg, treasur-
er. Although Mr. ,
Eisenberg, a na-
tive New York-
er, was new to
Florida at the;
time, he __ s o o n
made himself an '
integral part of
Community life by his active par-
ticipation in a wide range of Jew-
ish and civic activities. He is
presently a valued member of
many local religious, welfare and
fraternal organizations including:
Miami Beach Exchange Club; Bran-
dos Lodge, Pre* 8ona ( Israel; Beth
Jacob Congregation: -Miami Beach
I'Odge, '/."A. Miami Beach Lodge.
B n.u BTIth; Civic League of Miami
5?*,*: Ml""i Beach Cham..... r
Th,oUgh his efforts on behalf
of these groups. Mr. Eisenberg
nas made a constructive contri-
bution to the growth and progress
ol this entire area.
Three years ago, in response!
to the need for additional facil-
ities to serve the area, another
Riverside Memorial Chapel .
"peir ,at .We8t Fla^'- Street
and 20th Avenue. Miami, with
Edward T. Newman, funeral di-
rector, in charge. Mr. Newman
has lived in the Greater Miami
area since 1934, and is well
known and liked throughout the !
area. He enjoys the unique dis- I
tinction of being the only li- |
censed Jewish funeral director j
I in the entire State of Florida. ,
In addition, he is active as:
President, Miami Bench Jr. Chamber
','L. '.'i""'"'- Esquire f BPO Elks,
1S01; Member of the Board of I Mr,.,-.
tors, Sholem Lodge, Hnni m-ith: Paal ;
.''< I r.-sKl.-nl. I'lui'l.la ,|, ciiamlivi
of i ommerce; charter member of the!
lirandeis Lodge. Free Sons of Israel: I
member Of Temple Israel; meinber
','., Vl '':l Co"freKatlon; member of
Club fcvericlades. Workman's Circle:
member of Jewish War Veterans and
American Legion.
At the time this new chapel
in Miami was opened, the River-
side Memorial Chapel in Miami
Beach was refurnished and re-
decorated throughout. Both chap-
els are complete in every detail
and are characterized by an at-
mosphere of dignity and refine-
ment.
Ncirmtin
Abe Eisenberg
| MOST HAPPY
YEAR TO ALL
and MRS.
ItLES WEINBERG
and MRS.
I. SOBEL
11 Collins Avenue
1 Miami Beach
isron rnia rw?
STAR PASTRY SHOP
FINEST JEWISH BAKERY PRODUCTS
ON MIAMI BEACH
Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision
1677 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
FOR DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 58-7530
Closed Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
GREETINGS
On The
NEW YEAR
*
PAN AM
NBANK
of Miami,yL&RjDA
banking Hear\of ihtYtttt/rn Htmisphtri
'as Amtrican Bank Ruildina^^. /_^S 117 N. E. First Avenu*
MfMIEI FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
M*M1E FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
fifteJn vP,ef i? e8tabhshen Miami Beach for more than
,' t nn yife ;iJ n lnn5LL and exPriment I" outdoor school edu-
cavne rIv T.SaScLr''e hL:M. aJP*W" "Unpus overlooking Bis-
Sill ria tand students sit at tables, under colorful urr.-
fnr ,,'nnn fS "V? *nou& PW "> that there is ample quiet
,7Sf!n?lr^n ard StUdy' Aftelnons are devoted to swimming in
a fO-IOOt pool on campus, to music, art and dramatics.
For those studies which must be carried on indoors, the Lear
bchool provides a science laboratory, a library and an auditorium.
b Yteen indoor classrooms are also ready for use during inclement
weather. Elementary and high school curricula are so planned that
visiting students may continue with their work effectively.
pis school year will bring together again administrators and
faculty members who have been with Mrs. Ida Lear, director-prin-
cipal for periods of from five to ten years. Miss Charlotte Epstein
who has been with the Lear School since 1946, has been appointed
to the post of assistant principal. Mrs. Natalie Jordan will be head
of the primary grades, Mrs. Dorothy Hadley of the intermediate
gjades and Mrs. Helen Walsh heads the junior high school division.
Mrs Gladys Spencer, who returns from Massachusetts after working
on her Master's degree, resumes as head of the high school depart-
ment, and Mrs. Gladys Strom is again head of the Commercial De-
partment.
A Year of Happiness
To Everyone!
NEW CAR
PRICES
GOING UP
BUT THERE'S STILL TIME TO
BUY AT OLD LOWER PRICES
We Have On Hand A Limited Number
of NEW MERCURY And LINCOLN
Automobiles Which Must Be Sold
At The Old Lower Price.
DON'T PUT IT OFF COME IN
NOW! WEIL STILL GIVE MOPE
FOR YOUR TRADE THAN OTHER
DEALERS.
MIAMI LINCOLN-
MERCURY, INC.
OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9
222 S.E. 2nd AVE. PH. 9-6592



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KA??Y N~'. ":T-2-?
Marsh
Kleetrir Co.
FOR SEHV1CZ a=d REPAIRS
CALL 48-3027
2980 Coexxl Way
Miami. Fla.
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
RAY ZIEGLER
BEST WISHES TZ- '-
HAPPY KEW YEAB
ACE FURNITURE COMPANY
3051 GRAND AVL
PHONE 4-7S.4
visrr our new store
7500 N.W. 7th AVENUE. PHO*! 74^
MARMORASH Fhlil R \jm\
OF GREATER MIAMI f
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS M.EV :.VD vot.-,]
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOP. A KA??Y :cfjn?j
Harry PearL Vice Pr:der.:
BWii
MR. AND MRS. MAURICE CORN AKD FAMl!'
end the
World Wide Importing & Export J
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW TOO
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
HAPPY NEW YEA?.
MARE GRANDE HOTEL
524 OCEAN DRIVE
OHM S^CEREST WISHES TO ALL Of 3VR ?!
AND TO ALL ISRAEL FOR A HA??V STVT YMf
DR. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMl^
MIAMI BEACH
Red Estate Broker
1731 S. W. 8th St.
DR. AND MRS. HERMAN R. MECHL0\
PHYLLIS DEE AND MARTIN LEON
4545 Adams Arena*. Miami 3ea:J
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AN FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEP.C'-'S NEW Till
I ':'. N W ~~TZZ St- V r.i.
W. KEITH PHILLIPS
nmnuuict
2 ? E E T : H Z S
Sylvan Paterno
DEAPEBIES CCR-V.EES
VPKOLSTE2Y
SL5 COVERS
conoti nu nmai
1353 S.W. S Sr**-
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the ;._.--. L-.i-r.- BaM ftkrasaaa
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GREETINGS
SUN DUR PAINTING CORPORATION
W L BROWNE GEORGE M. XTMMEL
1S1 S. W. 23m Road
Paaoe 9>9542
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vkMittrkriMin
PAGE 13 F
tain Writer Of Martyred Jewry
liufd from Page 5 F)
L, eriain said would
Ji M
kr io the States on the
war. Bernstein, now a
.'newsman, joined the
mu a new, liberal New
|v financed by Marshall
Kcago department store
|e was assigned to the
isk concentrated on war
, handled an occasional
au relations and Fascist
I in the U.S. -
and just a shade above
Birnstein stayed with
iiphout the war and,
1945 was assigned to
Allied advance into
Fjazi Germany. .
ling the liberation of i
b, usi n ;ind a dozen
Jut equally horrifying
|>. he said:
ed skeletons by '
|: i partially de-
half covered
were the latest
had rot yet ,
eft only half
einjBj Germans.
I ming in their
I p the piles of
I
ne picture of
ath m Europe
i the reporter in
I ii international
|: at Nuremberg.
which Bernstein covered for PM.
The trials were the basis of his
book, "Final Judgment," publish-
ed by Boni Gaer in New York
City in 1947.
-'Before the war in Germany I
ta-i- the beginnings," Bernstein
said. "Now, all over Europe and
at Nuremberg, I saw the end. It
was the shock of the ghastly cycle
that made me fully aware that as
a Jew I was not only an idivid-
ual, but part of a hapless, tor-
tured people."
Events in post-war Europe con-
vinced Bernstein that if surviving
Jewry was to be saved, it would
be largely through their own ef-
forts. He was convinced also that
their own salvation lay in Pales-
tine.
As PM's correspondent with
UNSCOPthe US special Com-
mittee on Palestinehe made his
first trip to the Holy Land in the
summer of 1947. That autumn he
covered the momentous sessions
of the General Assembly in New
York, climaxed by the adoption
of the partition resolution of No-
vember 29th.
Bernstein became Chief UN"
corn spondent of PM and later of
its successor, the New York Star.
Then, while he covered the Gen-
eral Assembly in Paris, in the
winter of 1948, the Star closed.
'"My wife and I were awakened
;;t 7:30 o'clock one cold, morning
by a cable which read: 'no paper.
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lMI convalescent home
^z:.i'.:.::.-g in Care to the Elderly and Chronically 111
2< Hour Registered Nursing Service
9 Special Diets Strictly Observed
Private cr.d Semi-Private Rocms
11LEN. Director 335 S. W. 12th Avenue^
Phones 2-5437 and 9-C278 T
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preserving company
A GOOD NAME
la more to be
treasured than riches."
Proverbs
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FUNERAL
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SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
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SINAI KOSHER STAR CORP
Jlil i SOUTH M.IS1I.0 >I C'.ICAG- 1 1M
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l^ibuted by H,.0pade Food Cq#
7& Avenue Phone S-8456
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420 UhCOIN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA
PHONE 5-297H /"
Fcr 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewirh
causes
In your time of. need let
us help you as wc have
one for other gratcfu'
families
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
I no job." And for the second time
iBernstein was beached in a
j foreign land.
Returning to New York early
I in 1949, he was asked to head the i
Public Relations Department of
the Jewish Agency's newly re-
organized American Section.
Printer's ink was in his blood and
newspapers were his first love.
But with the picture of decimat-
ed European Jewry still fresh in
his mind, Bernstein accepted the
post in which his talents and
'skills could be used to Israel's
best advantage in helping resettle
homeless, oppressed Jews.
As PR director, Vic Bernstein
is still a practicing journalist. The
story he covers is as exciting and
; suspenseful a one as was ever
j spread over the front pages of
I big city papers. It is the tale of
the rebuilding of a people and a
1 nation, of Israel. It is a story
which must be told, Vic feels,
because there are still too manv
who lose sight of Israel's true
purpose; too many who are fear-
ful that support of Israel casts
doubt upon their Americanism. '
To them, the newsman who
, flung aside convention to board
an ocean liner years ago as a
t deck hand to learn what makes
, people and places tick, says this:
"In my judgment Israel is a '
' concrete, living nation, is bigger
than any party. You and I are
entitled to take dislike to the
policies of this or that Israeli, but
our faith in Israel is something
else again. It should be above
and beyond any party issue.
: Faith and support of a strug-
1 gling democracy is part of Amer-
1 ica's tradition.
I "To be pro-Israel," he con-
i dudes, "is to be a better Ameri-
! can."
MR. and MRS. PHILIP BALIN
cf
BALIN'S BAKERY
1094 S.W. 27th Ave., Ph. 48-9124
EXTEND SEASON'S
GREETINGS
TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS
GREETINGS TO ALL
~#icpr,;i Tirst SxeJumlvm 'Pain* Sfor
TINGLE
PAINT
CO. f" 9-2674
49 S.W. FIRST ST. MIAMI, FLA.
The Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center
WISHES A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
N. W. 51st Place and 1st Street
TC ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON
Miami Beach
3127 Fr&irie Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz
and Family
EXTEND EEST WISHES
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FOR A VERY HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
The Ofjicers and Directors
JBNEH CMIERY KSBCP.0N
Extend To All Jewry Their
Most Sincere Wishes Fcr A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Operating
JEWISH SECTION
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
25 Acres of Beautiful Family Plots
1025 Opa Lock a Boulevard
Affiliated Congregations:
Congregation Beth David
Congregation Beth Jacob
Congregation Beth ?
Miami Hebrew School & Congregation
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
Afjiliated Groups and Congregations
Now Owning Membership Sections on
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
Congregation Beth Tefilah of Miami Beach
Downtown Cc-.ar.rgalion. Miami (Old Beth David)
Werioc.cn'; Cj::2?, Miami and Miami Beach
Jewish National Workers Alliance,
ShandlofJ Lodge, Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order
Sephardic Erotherhood oi Greater Miami
Rocsevel! Lodge. Knights cf P'_ thins
Miami Beach Ledge, Knichls oi Pythics
Jewish Bartenders Union
Now Planning
ALL JEWISH MASONIC SECTION
JEWISH WAR VETERANS SECTION
end other Social, Fraternal and Religious Groups
H. M. DREWICH, Pres.
SAMUEL DICKSON. 1st Vice Pres.
ALFRED LESSER. 2nd Vice Pres.
A. PEPPER, Trees.
Sidney H. Palmer, Exec. Vice Pres.


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FRIDAY.
Dr. McDonald's Mission In Israel
A Profound Study Of New Stale
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Tfc] fcviv a few weeks after the State was established, Be
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. -z non-Jew. He had been League of Nations high fommis-
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point out that provincialism and
chauvinism represent dangers to
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risk to prophesy as to the coun-
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SEPTEMBER 28. 1951
.4 #
EGAL NOTICE
. BY PUBLICATION
foCUIT COURT OF THE
1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
iN AND FOR DADE
, IN CHANCERY.
No 143741
i, DOUGHTY, Jr.
LEGAL NOTICE
~ ; DAI
PAGE 15 F
BJNETT
Plain UK
D.'UC.HTY
Defendant.
,. net) Doughty
gland Street
nk N. Jersey
j'. Rennett Doughty, are
Ifled thai a Bill of Com-
blvorce ha* ln filed a-
l you are required to
,,f i-our Answer or Plead-
diii .if ('iiiiilnlnt on the
....,. STEPHEN P.
West Flagler St.. Ml-
filc the original Ans-
|n the office of the
,nl Court i>n or be-
lli day "f October. 1951. If
dO 0, judgment by default
en against >'ou 'r the re'
l,.,| tb BUI of Com-
BUD ORDERED at Miami.
|b Ittb "lay of September.
I E B. LKATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida..
Wurt Seal)
I;v c. R. WILSON.
r>ei>uty Clerk:
10 5
AH'
I an
kul '
E BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR OADE
|TY IN CHANCERY.
No. 1437*3
MoJKNKINS. Plaintiff.
klKNKINS Defendant.
\ MoJENKINS.
JENCE INKNOWN.
if FOR DIVORCE
required to serve a copy
>wr to the BUI of Com-
' Divorce on the plaintiff's
land to file the original
j the office of the Clerk of
It Court on or before the
Octi.ber. A.I). 1931: other-
| Hill of Complaint for Dl-
btofore filed herein, will bo
Confessed by you.
It Miami, Florida. thl the
bf September, 19.11.
i: B. l.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
Court Sea 11
By G II HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
|A. FRIEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
plil Hide.,
urida
I- m 5
... J^.?.TICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT iiPTHP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
county"1.^ KLA'' "'kVik
Coti.NTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 143527
MARION K. I.KVKY. Plaintiff
ALI.KN I.KVEY, Defendant
TO: ALLEN I.KVKY
c/o Jonl Steel Company
PoM Office Box nil
Steubenvllle. Ohio
iYil,;.A."en '.'r.Vr-''' are hereby noti-
fied that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against rou
and you are required to serve a copy
?>../""/ rvL2f*Sf or HIe"dinK to the
II II of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Stanley D. Caldln, 748 Sev-
bold Building, Miami. Fla.. and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 8th day of October
ItM. If you fall to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AM) ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of August, A.D..
19 via
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
_ County. Florida.
(Circuit Court 8eal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
STANLEY D. cMn ^^
Attorney for Plaintiff
748 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
9/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
)ICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
IDE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ICERY.
No. 143758
ij. BAItTOW, Plaintiff.
ET UOHTNBB BARTOW
known as
ET CURNWELL BARTOW
fknown as
ST WARNER BARTOW.
Defendant.
5E BY PUBLICATION
ET LIOHTNBR BARTOW
1 known as
JET CORNWELL BARTOW
i known as
IET WARNER BARTOW
(unknown
hereby notified to serve a
Jour Answer to the Bill of
fur Divorce filed herein by
llff's attorney, Theodore R.
)., 2146 l'once De Leon
Coral Gables, Florida, and
original thereof with the
he above named Court on
the nth day of October.
otherwise a Decree Pro
will be entered acalnst you.
?his 11 day of September,
E. B l.KATHKRMAN.
clerk of Circuit Court
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the 19th day of September. 1951,
between the hours of 9:80 a.m. and
5:00 p.m.. we will sell at Public auc-
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
at the Ocean Haven Hotel. 133 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach. Fla., various
articles of clothing and personal be-
longings left unclaimed for a period
of more than 90 days and upon which
a lien is claimed; above being the
?roperty of Jay Chalson. Joe Karnls.
. Oorney and B. Maroon.
Said sale to be under and by virtue
of the Statutes of the State of Florida
in Buch cases made and provided.
OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STKKLNOTK MAR at 2140 N. W.
36th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GEOROE R. ALLEN.
Owner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
9/21-28 10/5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
ANOVFoJVUra,C,AL"RCUIT"N
ANOr,DRA.DANDECHCA0NUCNETRVYFLOR-
EL*NftTBKPTJ3Nl '"-f'nd.,,1,
TO- IrTWwl ?-T PUBLICATION
i". ELMER EPSTEIN
','.'Sii!"!-y-v;ll- P*OH Market
}04b Hat bush Avenue
v,o- :k.ly"- New York,
thai. ,'"''( EE??* NOTIFIED
has L.1L fll'J omP''nt for Divorce
tias i,.eii ried acainat you in the
Jove entitled cause and you a -.
hereby required to serve a copy of
onUrpi,u?Mf"r.,",t"e Bl" '' pompWlnt
on I 1.1 inmis attorney, and file the
th?rft '.", & offlce ,h- CliVS
ri'io Court on or before the I8th
**. r."e";beri Ml. otherwise De"
against'you'. 0nf",8 *'" be -nte'^
eoh1^"';,"'.'' ",ntt" be Published once
h? Tiivfkiiur.,r?,1r consecutive weeks
t,T.Hi' JEW>H FI/MUDIAN.
rtav f vat.MI?ml' nrlda. this 18th
Hay of September, 19,1
E B. LEATHERMAN.
(Seal) Circuit Court
By M. C. FEIGE.
BERNARD SADLER*
Attorney for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
9/21-28 10/3-12
LEGAL NOTICE
By m C
Dep ilj
- Ill -.
FEIGE,
Clerk
IE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lined, desiring to engage In
ii i'n- f:, minus names of
LOYMKNT SERVICE AND
R ItSKs REGISTRY
INl'RSKS' REGIbTRT
BE8' A I REOI8TRY
Mh St., Miami. Fla. and
lington Ave Miami Beach.
hii- to register said names
Cle.rk of the Circuit Court
|County. Florida
A \l MKIDKNHERG
Bole liwin-r
- 10 -,
ENTION
TORNEYS!
(I'wish Floridlan mo-
Tom legal notice*,
oppredatt. your
B and guaran-
[accurate ccrlo* at
nttMngar mttImw
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
MTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FL.ORIA. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 143422
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
MAX ZEMMELMAN. Plaintiff.
vs.
JENNIE ZEMMELMAN. Defendant.
TO: JENNIE ZEMMELMAN
c/o Feiffbaum
321 E. 93rd St.
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been fil-
ed against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to tbe bill of complaint on plaintiff's
attorney and file the original Answer
tn the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 15th day
of October, 1951: otherwise, the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Dated this 13th day of September.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bv WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Cleric (Seal)
GEOROE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/21-28 10/5-12
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Jl JJl\.$fHCUn COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
___ No. MC4MH
WILLIAM HAMELMANN
242 Beacom Blvd.
Miami. Plaintiff
vs
HILDA HAMELMANN
whereabout unknown. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HILDA HAMELMANN
You, Hilda Hamelmann, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
S.r...yolir Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, STEPHEN F. KESSLER,
2200 West Flagler Street. Miami. Fla..
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 18th
day of October. 1951. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of September
AD. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk.
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
2200 West Hagler St.
Miami, Florida
9/21-28 10/5-12
,m wfSLT'Sfi BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EtEy.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 143773
LOCIS KOH.V, Plaintiff.
VS.
PRANCES T. KOHN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PRANCES T. K<>HN
53 W. Main Street
Somervllle. New Jersey
You. FRANCES T. KOHN. are
hereby notified that u Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
I leading to the Bill of Complaint on
mSmJeSSMST: Attorneys. I'OKKS *
FRISHMAN. ESQ., 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th (lav of
October. 19..1. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
V. ?i-,,nl" mh day of September.
A.U. 19.1.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
.n.. n*d'* bounty. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
.^ Deputy ('lerk
HIKES & FRISHMAN. ESQ.
Attorneys For Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/14-21-28 10/5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN SCHOOL OF CHILD
DEVELOPMENT at bl Collins Aven-
ue. Miami Beach, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SCHOOL, in..
,........ LEON ii SLATER. Pies.
KAPLAN, DIETZ & USKY
& JOSEPH W. MAI.EK
Attorneys for Applicant
350 Lincoln Road
/Zl-11 Hi/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious namo
of SAMROSE APARTMENTS at 2491
K W. 27th Street. Miami. Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of l>ade County.
Florida
SAMCKI. WEISS
ROSE wkiss
9/21-28 I0/S-1]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Dade Auto Parts at South Miami.
Dade County, Ha.. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Coonty, Flor-
ida.
FLORIDA AUTO SUPPLY, INC. &
....... CHARLES HAWKINS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
Lawyers Bldg.
228 N.E. 2nd Avenue
9/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLIED SEWING CENTER AND
VACUUM STORES at 117 West Fisf-
ler Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ERVING PUGACH
PAUL PUGACH
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
9/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALLAPATTAH HALF HOUR
LAUNDROMAT at 1512 N.W. 36th
Street Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
EDGAR DAVIS
MARGUERITE DAVIS
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for owners
9/14-21-28 10/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE .CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE i'oL'NTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143596
JOHN A. CARSTENS. Plaintiff.
VS.
IRENE CARSTENS. Defendant.
You. IRENE CARSTENS, 33 Granite
Street, Brooklyn, New York, are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce
on plaintiffs attorney, HAROLD
SHAPIRO. 927 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the original
In the office of the Clerk of this
Court on or before October 5. 1951.
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
Dated September 5. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. Rice. Jr..
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 143*40
PAULINE GOLDMAN, Plaintiff.
- against-
OTTO GOLDMAN, Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU. OTTO GOLDMAN. 14 Marcy
Piace Apartment 65. Bronx. New
York, are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint
on the plaintiff's attorney. MAX R.
SILVER. 922 Seybold Building, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of October, 1951. If you fail
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of September.
1951.
E, B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
I'l'L' Sevhold Building
Miami, Florida
! 21-18 111/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI BEACH LOAN COMPANY
at 239 5th Street. Miami Beach. Fla..
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
AL ABRAMS
S'ole Owner
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
9/14-21-28 10/S
NOTICE .UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undertrigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OLOCKERS SPORT SELECTIONS at
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla .
Intends lo register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BEN SHAMES.
9/14-21-28 10/5 Wner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LITTLE GLASS SCHOOLHOUSE
at 61 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Fla., intends te register said nama
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SCHOOL. Inc.
LEON B. SLATER, Pres.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & USKY
4 JOSEPH W. MALEK
Attorneys for Applicant
350 Lincoln Road
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious n.in; -
of DE JOLIE JEWELERS at 536 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIGMUND DRUCKER
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Slgmund Drucker
9/21-28 10/5-12
'H**<4f>
^^^ PERSONAL I
1 il COMMERCIAL f
^ COVERAGE! #
H PHONE 9-3836 I
l W.. a* T. MIAMI H.A.J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 143916
JOSEPHINE MILLS. Plaintiff.
vs.
ERNEST MILLS. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: ERNEST MILLS
c/o McOadey
130 Parkside Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Idvorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Dill of Complaint on
plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer in the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on or before the
19th day of October. 1951; otherwise.
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you.
Dated this 19th day of September.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Seal)
By G. B. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida"
9/21-28 10/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN INSTITUTE at 1213 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC &
SCHOOL Inc.
LEON B. SLATER Pres.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & I.ASKY
A JOSEPH W. MALBK
Attorneys for Applicant
350 Lincoln Road
9/21-2J 10/5-11
Statement of the ownership, man-
agement, and circulation required by
the act of Congress of August 24, 1912,
ns amended by the acts of March 3.
1933, and July 2. 1946 (Title 39. United
States Code. Section 233) of The
Jewish Floridian published weekly at
Miami, Florida for September 21st,
I9M.
1. The names and addresses of the
publisher, editor, managing editor, and
business managers are: Editor-Pub-
lisher Fred K. Shochet, P. O. Box
2973. Miami 18. Fla.
2. The owner Is: (If owned by a
ci>n>oration, its name and address
must be stated and also immediately
thereunder the names and addresses
of stockholders owning or holding 1
percent or more of total amount of
stock. II not owned by a corporation,
the names and addresses of the indi-
vidual owners must be given. If own-
ed by a partnership or other unincor-
porated firm, its name and address,
as well as that of each individual
member, must be given.) The Jewish
Floridinn. Not Inc., Ethel Shochet.
Fred K. Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Mi-
ami IS, Flu.
3. The known bondholders, moit-
iu'n's, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 percent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages,
or other securities are: None
4. Paragraphs t and 3 Include. In
oasea where the stockholder or se-
curity bolder appears upon the books
of the company as trustee or in any
other fiduciary relation, the name of
the person or corporation for whom
such trustee is acting; also the state-
ments in the two paragraphs show the
affiant's full knowledge and belief as
to the circumstances and conditions
under which stockholders and security
holders who do not appear upon the
books of the company as trustees,
hold stock and securities in a capacity
other than that of a bona fide owner.
5. The average number of copies of
each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the malls or oth-
erwise, to paid subscribers during the
12 months preceding the date shown
above was: (This information is re-
quired from daily, weekly, semi-week-
ly and triweekly newspapers only.)
4725.
FRED K. SHOCHET.
Editor-Publisher.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 21st day of September. 1951.
(SEAL)
SELMA M. THOMPSON
(My commission expires September
6. 1954)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KARLINS FRUIT SHIPPERS at
1521 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BEVERLY FINKELSTEIN.
(sole owner)
MALVIN ENGLANDER
311 Lincoln Road
Attorney for Applicant
9/21-28 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALVIN SALES CO. at 301 S. W.
62nd Court. Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALVIN NEWMAN
(sole owner)
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Alvin Newman
t/Sl-la 10/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DISPLAY UNLIMITED, at 818 BIs-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DELTRIX CORP.
By Reuben M. Levin, President
Attest: Delia Rifk:n,
Secretary. S7!.4-2l-t3 10/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 143889
AYARES FINANCE coltl'OR-
ATION. formerly known as
A\ares Small Loan Co.. Inc.,
a Florida corporation. Plaintiff,
vs.
EI.Mo p OWENS and
MARGARET OWEN8, Defendants.
TO: ELMO P. OWENS and
MARGARET I rWENS
Address Unknown
NOTICE TO APPEAR
YOU ARK HKI'.El'.Y REQUIRED
TO APPEAR to the BUI of Complaint
of Moitgage Foreclosure filed again-t
you in the above styled cause, on or
before October 19. 1951. which mort-
gage encumbers the following des-
cribed personal property, situate and
being in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
I 28 ft. neon sign, 1 display window
with drapes, drop curtain and car-
peted platform. 2 ornamental ferns.
I 7 ft. sectional with shelves. 4
large leather and chrome waiting
room chairs, 1 chrome table, 1 three
drawer filing cabinet. 1 two drawer
card Index. 1 Rand McNally World
Atlas and stand, 1 glass covered
map table with drawers, 1 metal
and chrome executive desk, I
chrome and leather swivel chair, 2
straight chairs chrome and leather
with arms, I metal and chrome sec-
retarial salesmen desks, 4 chrome
and leather swivel chairs, 3 aerial
pictures, 1 12 ft. linen mounted Mi-
ami Beach map. 1 neon elec. clock,
6 waste paper baskets. 2 fluorescent
fixtures four tube each. I rolling
typewriter tablemetal. 1 1951 Roy-
al typewriter, 1 1951 Burroughs add-
ing machine. 1 1951 Hedman F.E.
check protector.
Otherwise the allegations of said BUI
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of September, 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By G. B. HARDIE,
Deputy Clerk.
MARX M. FAPFi:
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building
.
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