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

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01285

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PAGE-3 A
USES OF WORSHIP USHER IN ROSH HASHQNA TONIGHT
ntinued from Preceding Page)
L at 6 p.m. The first day of
fNew Year will be ushered in
S morning, September
m 8 a m when Rabbi Isaac
Ur will preach on the theme:
P Jewish New Year-Day O
nembrance. Mincha will be at
fm followed by Maariv. Sun-
morning services will be at 8
J with the Rabbi discussion:
t'Call Of The Shofar Proclaims
Is Kingdom Upon Earth.
flhbi Alexander Gross will of-
during High Holy Day
Cices of the Hebrew Academy.
. observance will begin to-
dt at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
services will be at 8 a.m.,
ji Rabbi Gross discussing: A
rid In The Making. Mincha
I be at 6 p.m. Sunday morning
ces will begin at 8 a.m.,
the Rabbi's sermon topic
Lduled as: What Of Our Fu-
E? cantor Abraham Rubin will
der the musical portions of all
'ices.
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
|er in Rosh Hashona tonight at
Im Saturday morning services
[the first High Holy Day will
iin at 7 a.m., with Rabbi Jo-
in E- Rackovsky officiating and
(cussing: Symbols In Judaism.
kcha will be at 5 p.m. Sunday
|rning services will also begin
f! a.m., with Rabbi Rackovsky
cussing: The Call To Israel.
ncha will be at 5 p.m., followed
Maariv.
Itabbi Morris A. Skop will lead
Coral Gables Jewish Center
Jthe observance of Rosh Ha-
bna tonight at 8:15 p.m. Satur-
morning services will be at
lu a.m. The second day of the
|w Year service schedule will
i begin at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi Skop
! preach at all three services,
kisted by the Cantor and Center
loir. Richard Schulman will
few the Shofar during the Sun-
service.
Congregation Beth Jacob will
usher in the New Year at 6:30
p.m., tonight, with Cantor Aaron
Weingarten and a choir under the
direction of Paul Held assisting
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Serv-
ices will be conducted in the main
Synagogue and in the David
Whitman Hall of the Beth Jacob
Community Building.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8 a.m., with Rabbi Mesche-
loff discussing: We Renew Our
Lives. Services will be led by
Reverend J. S. Freedman and Jo-
seph Ossip in the Community
Building. Cantor Weingarten will
be assisted in the main Synagogue
by Board Members I. Brenner j
and S. Guttman.
Afternoon services will be at
6 p.m., with Sunday morning
services again scheduled for 8
a.m., when Rabbi Mescheloff will
.discuss: In An Old World. The
shofar will be blown by Rever-
ends Morris Moscowitz and S. J.
Freedman.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at services of the North
Shore Jewish Center tonight,
8:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices will be at 8 a.m., with the
Rabbi discussing: The Rebirth Of
Spirit. Cantor Edward Klein will
conduct the musical portions of
the service with the assistance of
the Center Choir under the direc-
tion of A. Louis Mechlowitz. Sun-
day scervices are also scheduled
for 8 a.m., with Rabbi Abrama-
witz preaching on: One People
Indivisible. Shofar will be blown
at 10 a.m.
Tne New Year will be ushered
in by the Flagler-Grandada Jew-
ish Community Center tonight at
6:30 p.m., with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating and Cantor Elisha
Cerner conducting the musical
portion of the service.
Saturday, morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss: Where Is Mount
Moriah? I. Rubinstein will read
the morning service. Evening
prayer will be at 6:30 p.m. The
second day of Rosh Iiashona will
be observed beginning at 8:30
a.m., when Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss: Fundamental Concepts Of
Judaism.
High Holy Day services to-
night at the Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will be at 6:30
p.m. Saturday and Sunday morn-
ing observances, September 20th
and 21st, will begin at 8 a.m., with
Cantor Albert Glanz officiating.
Rosh Hashona services at the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center will be usher-
ed tonight at 7:30 p.m., with
Reverend Leo Heim officiating
and assisted by a choir under the
leadership of Irving Zitter. Satur-
day morning services will begin
at 8 a.m., with the Reverend dis-
cussing: A Symphony Of Prayer.
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m. The
second day of Rosh Hashona is
scheduled to be observed at 8
a.m., with the Reverend's topic:
The Shofar And Its .Significance
Today. Mincha will be at 5:30
p.m., followed by Maariv.
Rabbi Harry Ettinger will lead
worshippers at the North Dade
Jewish Center tonight in the High
Holy Day Observance beginning 7
p.m. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 8:30 a.m., with
the Rabbi discussing: Evil Laugh-
ter. Evening services will be at 7
p.m., with Sunday services be-
ginning at 8:30 a.m., when the
Rabbi's sermon for the second day
of Rosh Hashona will be: Birth Of
Humanity. Cantor Alexander Co-
hen will render the musical por-
( Continued on Page 11 A)
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
2335 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
to their Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO-ALL
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Ahavaa laraalRabbi Isaac Ever,, Or-
thodox, 525 78th St., Miami Dcach.
Beth David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Conservative. 225 8W 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Beth ElDr. Shmaryahu Swlrsky, Or-
thodox, 500 SW 17th Ave., Miami.
Beth JacobItabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Orthodox, 301-311 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Beth SholomRabbi Leon Kronlxh,
Liberal, 4144 Chase Ave., M.B.
Beth TfilahRabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky. Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Beach.
Coral GableaRabbi Morris Skop. Lib-
eral, 320 Palermo Ave., C. Gables.
Downtown SynagogueOrthodox, 135
NW 3rd Ave., Miami.
Flagler-Granada50 NW 51st Place.
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Oroaa, Orthodox, 918 6th St., M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend
lA-o Heim, 951 E. 4th Ave., Hinleah.
HollywoodRabbi Jacob Honlg, Con-
servative, 2030 Polk St.. Hollywood.
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
Sachs, Conservative, 3198 SW 24th
Ter., Miami.
Kneseth IsraelRabbi Abraham Cas-
nel. Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miami BeachRabbi Irving Ix-hrman,
Conservative, 1701 Wash. Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew SchoolRnbbl S'imon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 12th Ave..
Miami.
North DadeRabbi Harry Ettinger,
Conservative. 1MS0 W. Dixie High-
way, North Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, Conservative, 620 75th St.,
Miami Beach.
j Temple IsraelDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form, 137 NE 19th St., Miami.
I Tifereth Israel 6500 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami.
Weat MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conservative, 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox, 4001 Chase
1 Ar., Miami Beach.
I ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables.
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FRIDAY.
SEPTEMBER
Ehe Hebrew New Year will be ushere-i :r.
tni.; ever.r.; with -11 the awe rr.i :;vr:rr:e ^2:
^dividual ran .uster ::: the question mark that
is his future. The ehbrt :: env-sion the exper.-
ences of e days ahead will 0: itsel: r-e:crr.e en-
shrouded with an euro :: spirutuol stock-takina
perhaps rr.cre then, anything else moke men
humrle ;r.d suh^s.ve to 0 higher intelligence.
But the awe ~r.d reverence '- evenmo will
aiso exhume the exrer.er.re r: whrrt is r.cw be-
hindthe living day-by-day record of the Year
this .:.er.: the reality r: :e:rrde-d h-s:rry Tr.rse
question re-cardino survival z: death
swordfearfully o=::ed ooam 'zz-zz
se written words :: rcc
are ;:*
answered is
shows c world be-: ;- rererr-^r jz rr:sr rer
error, the rerun: to cu-r-e
men: ct mar = ze;r::y_-r r_s ~rr; _c 1
for the few ue:e .s 0 T*"-'";: t "r-.-rr; c Xfr
der. There .s .uuc zzzzzbsrzzi: rr nt* Bin rrar-
e s__idbxc :i :.:= new
: aba -77-.:
I 1 r^-.crr-r
cane sac : jobs s i-js
tcoxeirr :r
BMBti :: n_= peopsi n: :
dire-re-d z..- err:.-2 zr -
camps toot =.re= a :
own z. z _3-e re m r r-e zt ~ ~ fit s
u rn.r :: z<:-
the wf- ;; ;.;- ~e^r
his soccesa 0 r^rner :e-rr.res.:er.re z: r_s
der.: identity
The experience :: -_-.e M.om. rommu.-..:-.- ba
been no less exr.:.no in its pcrdcipcticr. in this
apbuilding as well cs in the varying activities
o: a society aimed z: 1:3 wholesome development.
The record of the Greater Miami area beginning
in the pest Hebrew Year 5712, shows the Jew-
ish concern for some 200 Displaced Persons who
found homes here. The Jewish Social Service
Bureau the Jewish Vocational service and the
National Council of Jewish Women found posi-
tions for numerous new Americans, aided in
their communal integration and instructed them
in tr.e ways of their new country and its lan-
guage.
T.-.e Miami Section of the National Council
expanaed its facilities to augment this end late
in September and leased more than 6,000 feet of
spare for a rbrifi and Workshop. Almost simul-
ta.-ecusly, as a local aspect of rehabilitation.
Maun: Sinai Hospital ennounced the opening of
:-3 Physiotherapy Department for the treat-
men- z: aisoraers now recognized cs responding
:o nyarcmerapy electrotherapy, therapeutic exer-
cise rr.as.scge and occupahcnal therapy.
->c city car. boast of a srrcici* Lne of c:-
rnunci cooperation toward the end ct brother-
hood and mass spin-cl dignity. I: seems m-
evi:an.e that reactionary experience dot the
history ct such prccress Thus early in Oc.oboj
the Tifereth Israel rlorthside Jewish Center was
threatened with violence, the aftermath a* an
earlier ehcr: made on its newlv-ereced OMtsa
end the prelude to a series of later bomb ma "at-
tempts on Miami Svr.crocues and Chur-hes A
sianderous sign nailed to a three-foe- Idol wood-
en cress was ieft lecr.mr caains- the doc- -; --e
Center. Written in German and headed by =
caption. Deutschland Ueber Alles, it called ct.-'-'.
uon to o.d Nazi atrocities and cave *r~- *
unp.ca-icr. tc dammed Jews and dirty Negroes"'
Bu. the city's expensive potential was ro-
-?.rred by such racist outbursts which found
their continuation one week later with the cUs-ov-
*ry of poorlv brew Year 5712. a mans dream found its cul-
mmatjon in the construction of a causeway be-
T*Zn V7v2' I9,50' Which ^^ ,he TowLhio
MaW Lt!S *P ^ city of Mkrrni.
Mayor Shepard Broad, who inspired the build-
ma of me townshio from bay bottom, saw the
d?S-* theKBrad C^-^Y on TiS
day of that month.
Also during mid-month, the Israel Bond Drive
launched a door-to some 300 volunteer salesmen And as i^nS
B n h Organization prepared to celebrate the
108th anmversary of its founding with special
Friday night ceremonies in Synagocues through-
f* *!*+* Bonds had been sold by variant
org^ations m Miami during the precede
Perbapa lb* most ngnlfioaal event of that
month came ct the end of October, when a joint
ccmmittee composed of representatives of the
v.rm. >-...=.-. Community Center, constituent
agencies of the Jewish Centers Association and
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met to
stuiv t.-.e advisability of consolidating all recrea-
t.cnai ar.d aroup work orograms tor tr.e com-
muni-y -.v-.tl-.m the framework of one organiza-
:.:n. The committee recommended the eiiablish-
te.r of the Greater Micmi Jewish Community Cen-
ter effective November 1st.
Cn that day the Center began coordinating
group work and recreational programs here. The
-wo Ys czid JCA dissolved after transferring
all 0: their assets to the new organization which,
m rum assumed their liabilities. Just three days
oer me Eurecu ct Jewish Education, during a
r*eec-S:cnlna Ceremony, ccguired title to the
rid E*th' DcV.i Talmud Torah at 135 NW 3rd
Ai-ec.e and es"ar_sl-.ed tts base of operations
tutere shamr?a the facilities with the Notional
Year
in
Review
T
Council of Jewish Women, the Jewish Vocational
Service and the Zionist Youth Commission.
Activities here relating to the new Jewish state
began in earnest with the arrival in Miami dur-
ing the second week of November of Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States Abba Eban. And
while some 130 South Florida Hadassah mem-
bers cttended a Regional Conference in Daytona
Beach feverish plans were being concluded to
no nor me men 35-year-old Ambassador with a
testimonial Dinner on Sunday. November 11th.
Early in November, too. Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal's School of Practice! Nursing received accred-
it at.cn from the National Association for Prac-
nca. Nurse Education and became the first school
of its kind m Florida to receive such recognition.
A week .cter. Temple Israel, of Miami, played
ncs: to some l.l delegates of the Southeastern
-'----- --- 5-s-erhcods Biennial Convention held
m ne ^asamanca Hotel which saw a symposium
cn -cn..ec__ona. problems and heard Dr. Mau-
r;z2_*' ^-f;"---- P-'esident of the Union of
lTT9r'ca- r-;-"ew Congregations, representina
r.e.orm zrz _^^:~; Judausm. '
.'cum croups came into the news late that
~ '" "* "_"r- *** B'rirh Lodges and Women's
~r-em _e : -..-.day 3reakiast to spearhead
a m-.Te tor S.>. XC ;-: = new Hillel House on
~* "~Tfrs"*y r** V-^^.- Campus. Under the
: -% "~ **=" Coundhnan Harold Turk,
-L52T-f T2* m Pcelude o pubhc
awemnry event three day. later at Copa City
enry Monsky who was active in Jewish affairs
and one of the sponsoring founder, of B'nai
B-rrhs Juiuor Order, was guest of honor
ra*? ^^fUntT 900dwiU Xoxu Promoting bv
sh J5* ~^* arrived here at that time.
*fw!! *F**P"** faund H. cot
EL M-5ris^?h ^ebration of JewS
Boc Month which was launched in .k- T^
exhibit that opened in the Baytront raii~
the following day.
Some two weeks later, more than 300 U
students saw the first fruit of the Hillel Bre
when Charles Doren Thorp, Dean of the Cou
of Liberal Arts. University of Miami, presen
the deed to the new Hillel House site to Wa
C. Kovner, president of the Greater Miami
Council.
But such vibrant communal progress in
field of Jewish participation on a level of int*|
national destiny, a* well as in the developrrZII
of social and cultural expression at home, jjj
not go unattended by further tragedy. For on iWl
morning of Friday. November 30th, the CanJ
Village Negro settlement was blasted by a dm|
mite attack that resulted in an estimated damaa|
of some $20,000, and served a* an ominous n|
view for three attacks the following Sunday mco|
ing, December 2nd. '
The Miami Hebrew and Congregation 1
the target of an early dynamiting which shattered]
44 windows oi the Synagogue and blew a fhj
foot hole into the ground. Previously, at 3:57 ajj
and subsequently, at 4:43 a.m., blasts were sell
off at Carver Village again and near SW 45ii
Avenue and 5th Terrace. The virtual wave of ter-
rorism caused considerable wrath here and forced
meetings of the Rabbinical and Ministerial Asso-
ciations with the city's mayor, as well as witk
its commission and police force. In the face oi
their effort to put a cessation to a civil emergency
that had attracted nation-wide notice, a new at
tempt was made against the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center just one week later that aborted when
the dynamite stick, apparently hurled from a
moving automobile, brushed against a tree and
lost its fuse.
As before, and despite the attendant flaying of
civil authorities who seemed ill-equipped to ded
with the situation, the Jewish community turned
from the terrorism and embarrassment of public
pobce post mortems to the normalcy of its cul-
tural spheres. Mid-December of the Hebrew Year
of 5712, some 500 persons attended a banquet
sponsored for the fourth successive year by the
Hebrew Academy, while the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center came into being at 0
signing ceremony in the chambers of Circuit Court
Judge George E. Hoh as part of the reorganin-
tion of group work services here supported by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Late that month, news was told here of the
United Jewish Appeal's 1952 goal of S151.500.00a
Almost simultaneously. Federation President Dan
B. Ruskin announced the appointment of Carl
Weinkle as chairman of Miami's CJA drive. And
in a move to make their voices heard in a city
plagued by sporadic outbursts of terroristic acn>
ity, some 2.000 children enrolled in Jewish schools
prepared themselves for their annual Maccabiah
Athletic CarnivaL
Late that month came Chanuka on the wingi
of a community-wide Israel Bond Rally addressed
by James G. McDonald, fanner Ambassador to
the new Jewish state. Federation gathered its ef-
fort and talent to comb the city in a giqantic
complex campaign, and the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Community Center, together with
Saints Peter and Paul Church, became the last
targets of 1951 for unknown terroris: assailant*
here.
January was heralded by the appointment
of Joseph Chemex as chairman of the National
Campaign Council for the Florida winter opera-
tion of the S500.000.000 State of Israel Indepen-
dence Bond Drive. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, who
had silenced Jewish enemies in the United Na-
tions Assembly in 1948. addressed the CJA Initial
Gifts Dinner that month, crying out bitterly for
aid to the new state. Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, edu-
cational director oi the National Society for th
Establishment of Hebrew Day Schools, also
visited the Miami area and inspected the school
system.
At mid-month, the Combined Jewish Appeal
announced its goal here oi $1,477,658. Simultan-
eously bvael Bond officials held a series of par-
ties in honor oi former Ambassador McDonald.
The first month of 1952 faded away in *
midst of a scientific meeting at the Dade County
Auditorium addressed by Dr. Selman Walcsman,
discoverer of Streptomycin, while some 300 mem-
bers of the Jewish Home for the Aged toasted th
organisation's first anniversary at Doualas Ga'
dens. *
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Jeveiy AmBK|. Dinner was h
| N^^eV^IFlaxOhy Hotel ontW-^
lP of Ihe month, during which a dramatic por-
fial of his life was presented by Uff^rrtr^ oi
Kami Drama *ofsor Sam Hirsch^JJe^ffajr
1 Iced the ffrerSumefcthat Israel honored*
nn and becarfce the grand stage for Che
here bljW US omdab. Vice' 1
fben BarkteyTWderal Judge and fo
fcor Luther Youngdahl and Secretary of the In-
nor Oscar Chapman.
Days later, some 200 leaders of business and
Idustry attended a Combined Jewish Appeal al-
lir at the Hibiscus Lodge and heard Bartley C.
um a former Roosevelt truster who had, by
len made 14 trips to the new state.
I Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. sponsored its Sixth
Innual Debate Contest early that month of the
lebrew Year 5712, airing public housing. The
Ireater Miami Pioneer Women's Council heard
Hina Roqozik, organizer of the Israeli Women's
Irmy. wh'le Leonard Rose, internationally-known
Joncert cellist, appeared here in a performance
I Ernest Bloch's Shelomo Hebrew Rhapsody as
|art of a celebration of Jewish Music Month.
Mid-February, the University of Miami en-
Led into the celebration of Brotherhood Week
[y sponsoring a banguet. Only several days
hter, Mrs. Marie Volpe, concert manager of the
university Symphony Orchestra, was feted in
fcmmemoration of 25 years of service. Social
|rd cultural progress gave way to further poli-
[col onalvsis when United States Supreme Court
tstlcs William O. Douglas addressed some 130
........- gjjcl accountants at the Monte Carlo
P.c'.c], cnalyring the Near East and American
leadership there.
Also durina mid-month, Miami's youth groups
Momentarily pat aside the news of their elders
iy announcing that the Southern Region of Jun-
ior Hcdassch hcd held a meeting in Atlanta.
Georgia, and that Mr*. Gerald P. Soltz. of this
t.:y, was principal speaker. As well. February
Ihe month which saw nation-wide launchina
Miami Beach cf the United Jewish Appeal
r.:ive, with speakers Eddie Cantor, William Ro-
Cnwald and Edward Warburg. While on the
pcth, Mount Sinai Hospital, suffering a S253.000
Lefici! incurred from its expanding program, spon-
Itc.cd c second Annual Jubilee, featuring Ed Sul-
I vcn.
The day which made 1952 a leap year. Feb-
l.-ary 2S:h. broke the story that $11,341,000 had
lieen collected during the initial national UJA
I.T.eet on the Beach the week before, while CJA's
Metropolitan Division announced its plans for an
Innovation, its Caravan Tour for workers of Mi-
I'mi's principal agencies which would receive
r.r.ds from the Appeal's proceeds. A bond-spon-
[ciied BIG DAY followed a week later and heard
principal addresses from Israeli's Minister of
[labor Golda Myerson and Congressman Frank-
paD. Roosevelt, Jr.
This Stars Over Israel Purim Fiesta preceded
c National Torah Tour that came to Miami one
week later, as well a3 the Kickoff Breakfast of a
city-wide canvass for funds to meet the needs of
seven local agencies here and forty overseas or-
ganizations. Rabbi Irving Miller, of Long Island,
I New York, and subsequently elected president of
'he Zionist Organization of America, spoke at
I the morning affair held in the Hibiscus Lodge.
Brotherhood Week long gone. North Dade's
Residents continued its spirit when the Jewish
Center there and the Saint Paul Methodist Church
;cined hands to engage in combined social activ-
.:'Subsequently, as' an aspect" of the search
ititroot' bigotry,. \he American Jewish Com-
ee-' founded its- 44th chapter here! -
. Early April saw the reorganization of Miami's
.jrael Bond officialaom. Dr. Morm Goodman re-
tired from his office as chairman with a four-man
leadership council composed of Max Orovitz, Sam
Blank. Carl Weinkle and Sam Friedland, assum-
ing the responsibilities as co-chairmen. The Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women's Thrift and
Workshop, mindful of its charges as it had been
at the opening of the Hebrew Year 5712. launched
another collection for household articles to be
reworked and sold by them. On the fourth of that
month, Mount Sinai Hospital announced the ap-
pointment of Dr. Aubrey Henry, Negro physician,
marking the first time in the history of the South
that staff privileges in a voluntary, white hospi-
tal were accorded to a member of his race.
Also making medical news was the University
of Miami, when Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president,
announced the opening of its new medical school
and requirements for admission.
The passive picketing of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center heralded the arrival
of mid-April. Passover and a local commemora-
tion of the Ninth Anniversary of the Battle of the
Warsaw Ghetto. Almost simultaneously, the
Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization
of America met in Orlando, with local leaders
attending the sessions there. Israel R. Goodman,
scheduled to speak at the Regional Convention,
died exactly nine days earlier at his Beach resi-
dence following a long illness. The last week of
April appeared to be a virtual State of Israel
coup, when Miami's Jewish community, in co-
operation with the American Christian Palestine
Committee, celebrated the Fourth Anniversary of
the infant democracy's independence.
Pierre Van Paassen addressed a ma?s rally
ct Flamingo Park. And two days later. Dr. Morris
Goodman was honored at a Bond Dinner in
recognition of hi3 work as chairman of the In-
dependence Issue here. The affair was marked by
a firey address by Jerusalem Post publisher, Ger-
shon Agrom.
On May 4th, the Coral Gables Jewish Center
broke ground for an addition to its building, while
Outstanding Citizens Award winners Mrs. Fred
Ravlin and I>. Bowman F. Ashe were publicly
recognized, following citation awarded the week
previous by a committee under the aegis of Jo-
seph Lipton. The Hebrew Academy, on the heels
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center expansion pro-
qram, announced the purchase of a new site at
44th Street and Chase Avenue, for the erection
of a building that would accomedate 500 pupils.
And as orgenized education here prepared for
the summer recess, the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion reported the appointment of Benjamin Mey-
ers as its new president.
Zionist youth groups, coordinated by the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, told
of the appointment of Harry Sonz as chairman
at mid-Month, while the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter floated a Building Bond issue in the sum of
S75.000, to redesign and complete its new quar-
ters.
On Sunday, May 25th, the Jewish Social
Service Bureau met for brunch at the Shelbome
Hotel, held its 32nd Annual Meeting and discuss-
ed the relationship between JSSB, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the Community
Chest. Federation met at its own Annual Affair
three days later and heard Dr. Jorge Garcia-
Granados. former delegate to the UN from Guate-
Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett ap-
peared in the Dade County Auditorium on June
'v&ia
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1st.- Marking hie ffrst visjKh*>was^' massive
Bond nV, during the caurs&J^hich Mt. Shar;; ;+*
ett characterized ther^^r^ftS-tour-year history
and appealed for mo^'lSfiisive American-Jew-
ish support, while m'# Tinff summer-month of the
year 5712 also saw the announcement by local
leaders R. W. Apte and Samuel C. Levenson of
the fulfillment of Miami's $75,000 quota for the
Yeshiva University Medical School, the opening
of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter's summer camps and the election of Miami
Beach's Seymour B. Liebman to the National
Executive Council of the Zionist Organization of
America at its 55th Annual Convention in New
York City.
A promise to probe the wave of terrorism di-
rected against Synagogues that had opened th
Hebrew Year 5712, was made early in July. Of-
ficials who turned silent since the last effon at
Hialeah reported that a Federal Grand Jury
would enter into a complete investigation. At
mid-month, Miami became the official center for
the Israel Bond Issue in the State of Florida. And,
as only several weeks before when Jewish edu-
cation centers announced their plans regarding
expansion, integration and ever bigger and bet-
ter curricula, so too did they, at that time, send
out announcements about Fall registration sched-
ules. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter served notice of its enrollment dates on the
week of July 11th, as children of the area played
in the city's camps or in the many vacation spots
cf surrounding states, oblivious of classrooms and
teachers and texts.
The summer moved on with the coming and
going of Miamians. The Miami Beach Symphon-
ette received its charter and then sought sup-
porters. The Hebrew Academy Drive, under the
cegis cf Rabbi David Shapiro, announced the
acquisition of 100 new members. By the last
days of thct month, the FlaglerGranada Jewish
Community Center made known its progresr in
completing the Center Building, while activities
en the new Beth David Synaaogue extension,
begun the first day of the month before, continued
feverishly.
On August 1st, of the Hebrew Year 5712, hao-
bi Shmarychu Swirsky ennounced the forme tion
ci the Beth El Academy, Miami's first all-day
school. The Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center brought to a conclusion negotiations with
its employees for a union contract begun mW-
month of April.
By late August, the city seemed quiet in its
summer slumber, except for regular announce
ments from day camps and nurseries here. Th':
Southeast Region cf United Synagogue Youth
had met in its first Leaders Training Institute to
provide members with the opportunity of ac-
quiring skills and knowledge for their club ac-
tivities during the year.
On August 29th, a joint statement was issued
by Mount Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, promising inteqrated plan-
ning and consultation between the institutions
in all future programs involving the hospita.
It took September's reports of the return ot
vacationing Rabbis, of the meeting of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, the addition of instructors
to Hebrew School faculties, schedules of regis-
tration and the sale of Hiqh Holy Day seats hero
to indicate that the Hebrew Year 5712 was draw-
ing to a close.
Thus do we record some of the highlights of
a busy year. Pondering the future, we look for-
ward to a new year of progress in all arecs or
endeavor and underscore the traditional prayer
for health, happiness and peace for all mankind.
ROSH HASHANAH
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1952
VOLUME 25 NUMBER 38
ELUL 29, 5712
Free Sons Of Israel
Initial social meeting of the
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No.
199, Free Sons ot Israel, will be
held on Thursday, September
25th, 8:15 p.m., at the Kneseth
Israel Congregation. Miss Edna
Feinberg, president, will conduct
a moving picture tour of Eur-
ope, taken this summer while on
her vacation.____________
Emma Lazarus Chapter
Holds Bunco Party
Emma Lazarus Chapter. B'nai
B'rith, will hold a Bunco Party
and Diaper Show to aid new-ton
infants in Israel on Tuesday Sep-
tember 23rd. 8:30 p.m., at the
Miami Colonial Hotel.
Program chairman is Miss
Betty Robbins, assisted by tne
Misses Mina Litman and Rose
and Mildred Pesacov.
Form New Youth Group
At Hialeah Jewish Center
Announcement was made early
this week by Miss S. R- Fast; ol
the formation of the Hialean-Mi- ,
ami Springs Young Adult Group.
The Group meets on Tuesday
evenings, 8:15 p.m., at the Cen-
ter 951 East 4th Avenue, Miss
: Fast said. Members are between
[ the ages of 18 and 28. In charge
of transportation is M.ss Harriet
Lebowitz. 88-8235._______
Jewish Schools Open
Third Semester Here
The Haym Solomon Jewish
Children Schools opened their
theird semester in Miami and Mi-
lami Beach, it was announced
early this week.
Registration is opened at 429
Lenox Avenue.
Severn Lively
Arts To Meet
Friends of The Seven Lively
Arts w;ll meet for the group's
third meeting under the direction
of Chaim Rose on Sunday eve-
ning. September 21st, 8 p.rru, at
21411th Street, Miami Beach.
Miss Judith Youngerman will
appear in a dance recital followed
by explanatory discussion. Also
scheduled on the program is Har-
rv Simonhoff. attorney, author
and traveler, who will discuss his
book currently being prepared
for publication.
Women Play Cards
I The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle Branch No. 692, will
I hold "a card party on Tuesday.
! September 23rd. 8 p.m., at 25
Washington Avenue, according to
:Mrs. I. Spivack, publicity chair-
'man.
Beth David Yom Kippui
Social Night Set For 29th
The Beth David Sisterhood will
' hold its second annual Post Holi-
!day Social at the Synagogue on
j Yom Kippur night, September
j 29th, 9 p.m. In charge of the af-
fair are the Mesdames Samuel
Plotkin and Murry Kossman.
! There will be dancing to ihr
j music of Steve Kessler and hi*
, orchestra.
Labor Zionists Meet
The Labor Zionist Council of
' Greater Miami recently held a
1 Planning Committee meeting at
I the home of Mrs. David Fried-
man. Delegates of each of the
six affiliated groups were pres-
ent, with discussion highlighting
a projected Sukkoth Celebration
scheduled for Sunday evening,
October 5th, at the Hibiscus
Lodge Hall.


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.7 I | r "ill ki "< t^ Greater Miami Chapter of
Bond Leaders Plan Festival Here; Mrs. SSftjpgfjaS
Epstein, Maurice Samuel To Be Honored S55aft5J?S5?S
"" -' ~" : d?lewand WeS,.P^,?eanh^1h1
B nd Di .-' : Greater Miami n May I 1952. 550 persons have also be represented at the Brunch.
baaed S205.350 worth of bond; Hn -" Orovitz listed the following
w Greater Miam: Commttee for Bone; I Low I G :- record of sales bv women's organ-
io Ref rl I 11m Con unit] t eve of the lzations here this year:
Hen Y ...... Jewish Congress a
-40.000.000 I". ,g !n Women's Branch ..... $11,375
^ of bonds theworidsy ungesl racy.- Bna: B'nth Women 3.400
v-x Oro\-t2 .-- Hadassa.-. .............. 88.5D0
I Pioneer Mizrachl Women ....... 8.150
200
.... 28.500
<^^^;"womcn7purchas.s... 10^|
-.-.C Under the chairmanship of |
: C r.rregat: r Bet? ..; r V ** '-".'"" TV nd Harry Simonhoff. lawyer, author
DavKl Tifereth la ~e lQ00'and world l'avele"- the Profes-
- ".'."rst Miami Jewish Cente: ""..'.' ^I'T''^'^ to attend atonal Division of the local bond;
Downtown pertom are tpted to Mtetw dnve w:n launch the trade and i
Gab!- ..' isfa entet Young Is- On :he :':..- some 500 industry- campaign with a dinner 1
N rtt Dade .' >R1 oerebers ft! M n October 15th. at the Delano
and nader-Gram Cen- Hadassa- ill tx h rtess- Hotel.
ei- -V: -:---'--- a B Maurice Samuel, author and |
FRIDAY. SEPTEMffitt
19,
as Is- i Bi M I Ep- Orovrtz also pointed out in his:
and for 1 for Ha- report that some $350,000 worth'
ng for i Bond M nti uzx i-|of mtKtanding commitment! had;
.;' '-= iurinj I H : Kaplan, not yet been paid and announc-'
-""'- Hadassa] Bone As-' ed limuJtaneoualy the appoint-;
7- -. Mesdames ment fjax b Sber as Cash Pur-
are filled ii -- : R salind Klein Lillian Goodman, :haseChairman. Sher will under-
Francea Lc Lei Abe take an intensive campaign to
H j I Jonas :-:.- a bripj in these commitments.
Days : Joseph ::- >ld- "The eruda] problem of the
H-r- tnent :' Israel is cash." Oro-1
rtein, H U Kaplan Frieda Kal- rtt and I urgently appeal
- ran d Davis Emanuel : all persons who have made j
High H .r Di Louis F.a.-: Jack Be:r. QtS to make good tl
the ...-- rea Joseph Sapiro and promises during the eaxlv days
ur- Ana v. 0f the Jewish New Year.
II : r v at OruviU'a report finally reveal-
ed the possibilrtv
Israel Exposition's coming to Mi-
ami Beach for the winter season.
Currently in New York City,
: more than 10.000 persons have
i viewed the number and variety
. of Israel-made products on ex-
hibit there.
The campaign co-chairman also
listed the following schedule of
Council of Organizations meet-
ings for the balance of the year:
Tuesdav. Sept. 23rd. 4 p.m.
Royal Palm Hotel (Sunday.
Sept. 21st, New Year, Jewish
Home for the Aged Board
Meeting. 10 a.m.).
Tuesdav. Oct. 8th. 4 p.m.Royal
Palm Hotel (Sunday, Oct. 5th,
Succoth). ___
Thursday. Oct. 10th, 8 p.m.
Hibiscus Lodge Auditorum, Al-
ton Road at 10th Street. Miami
Beach. Sukkot Rally. Mrs. Jud-
ith Epstein and Molly Picon,
guests of honor.
Sunday. Oct. 19th, 11 a.m.Royal
Palm Hotel (Jewish Home for
Aged Board Meeting, 10 a.m.).
Sundav. Nov. 2nd, 11 a.m.Royal
Palm Hotel.
Sundav. ITov 16th. 11 a.m.Royal
Palm Hotel (Stephen Wise Ha-
dassah Bazaar. Jewish Home
for Aged Board Meeting, 10
a.m.).
Sundav. Nov. 30th. 11 a.m.
Royal Palm Hotel.
Tuesdav. Dec. 16th. 4 p.m.Royal
Palm Hotel (Sunday. Dec. 14th,
BIG Day).
Sundav. Dec. 28th. 11 a.m.Royal
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Jewish Fhrktian
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eatings
for
a Most Happy
L Prosperous New Year
0uI Many Friends and
uaintances
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Happy New Year
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Cadet Apte To
Solo Next Week
Naval Air Cadet Stuart C. Apte
has been graduated from the
Ptnsacola Navy Pre-Flight
School.
Sent to Whiting Field for flight
training, Apte is expected to solo
next week. Following his quali-
fication as a jet pilot, he will re-
turn to Pensacola to receive his
wings.
Next step orr Apte's flying a-
genda is further instruction at
Corpus Cristie, Texas.
A former student at the Uni-
versity of Miami and Mexico City
College, he is a graduate of Gor-
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Apte, 435
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Mrs. Rachael Rubin, age 79, of
1219 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami
Beach, died last Thursday after-
noon at her home.
She and her
husband, pion-
eer Miamiams,
came here in
1927.
M r s. Rubin
was a member
of the Beth Ja-
cob Synagogue.
Hadassah and
Pioneer Wom-
en. She is sur-
vived by her
husband, Isidor
who was head
of the editor-
ial staff of the Few York Jew-
ish Day for 33 years, and four
daughters, Mrs. Lester Leff, Day-
tona Beach; Mrs. Monrie Gug-
genheim, Mrs. Samuel Leiner and
Mrs. Samuel Leiner, all of Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Rubin also leaves two
sons, Dr. Henry Rubin, Lake Ho-
patcong, New Jersey and
Homestead, Florida, and A. J.
Rubin, Miami Beach.
Obituaries
I..IL.L.Y JAtKlO
68 of 540 SW 33th Avenue, jiassed
away lust Sunday. A resident here
for !h past four yearn. she- l sur-
vived by two suns. Samuel and Lou-
is, both of Miami, and a slater serv-
ices were in the Gordon Funeral
I'hapel. with interment- on Mount
Nebo csmetsn
T1L.I.IK 80UNBIDBB
80. of 600 Altara Avenue, Coral t.ab-
les, died in a lociil hospital last Fri-
day She is survived by a dauRhter.
Mrs Nettie Uaum. two brothers,
Mayer and Jacob Totkman. two
grandchildren and four great grand-
children. Ttein.iins were sent to New
York t'itv for services and interment
by the Gorton Funeral Home.______

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To All Our Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy New Year
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INSURED BONDED
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Phone 3-3615
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THE MIAMI BEACH BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH
announces the following es the ONLY live poultry markets
and kosher butcher shops under its supervision on Miami
B-aach.
POULTRY MARKETS
White Rose Market. Berman Bros.. 87^ WashingtonAre
Gultmans Market. Guttman b Lapof 325 Collins Ave.
Sam Elgison Live Poultry Market. 320 Collins Ave.
BUTCHER SHOPS
White Rose Market. H. Fedor, 87 Washington Ave.
Empire Market. 204 First St.
Merlins Market. Harry Nierenberg. 320 Collins Ave.
Guttman's Market. Heller & Marshak. 325 Collins Ave.
Sullivan County Market. Harry Smith. 618 Collins Ave.
Sol Kahlenberg's Meat Market. 806 6th St.
Michigan Food Center. Sam Berlin. 531, Michigan Ave.
Washington Ave. Food Center. Char.*s Reichenthal. 1051
Washington Ave.
Trachtenberg's Market. 1323 Washington Ave.
Whitman's Market. Whitman & Pores. 1325 Washington Ave.
Beach Food Center. Jack Pomerants. 1421 Washington Ave.
Penn-Way. Sam Melnick. 1447 Diaxel Ave.
Crown Market. L. Rakear. 1122 15th Si.
Community Food Center. Jerry Deutch & Al Levenson. 451
Normandy Market. H. Goldberger. 1171 Everglades Concourse.
Norn-3ndy Isle
Oceansidj Market. Julius Kotick. 7451 Collins Ave.
Miami Poultry Markets Under Supervision For Beach Trade
A.A. Poultry Market. Adler & Abrams. 315 N.W. 5th St.
Fifth Si. Poultry Market. H. Elgison. 147 N.W. 5ih St.
Adler's Poultry Market. Mermelsiein. 1832 S.W. 8th Si.
The above are the ONLY (hop* (il'ARANTKKI) by the Vaad Hakash-
rulh These are supervised (-.instantly and thoroughly by experienced
supervisors to assure you of TRULY KOSHER meat afl youRw.
We guarantee only such poultry as bears the BJC foot rings. These
are Brooi of slaughter by recognised and supervised -. ho, btlm
The Miami lleach Beth Jacob Vaad Haknshruth enters its thirteenth
year of i:KAl. KA8HRUTH SUPBRVIMON wishing the entire com-
niunlt) a kosher. Peaceful and Happy New Teat
For Any Kashruth Information, Communicate with
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Executive Director
DR. M. J. SAFRA, Kashruth Chairman
311 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-S1M
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER l9|
c^ttutLf y VeialtPfftJ
HELEN ALPERT
Lite Block Weds Paii
Plaza: Bride N Liste
Opening of The New Year heralds friends' East Wishes for
each Other personal joys and ones own devout hope in
the kindliness of proridsnce.
To all who have welcomed this column from week to weetc
ad to all others, loot we trust that here, where the Old ^ :it
i-d the New Year meet, if be a friendly crossing .
COLLEGE NOTEEOOK: .
D:ck Ltvm Murr.- IFi week ~. a car
.r.g with baggage and Lr T2
: .v-reand for ^^- S t Mill" mistrjr major, shook
I nds v.- | Juan Hoi
. N w in his fourl l Harvey B
polished up blueprints in sua m Gilbert M Fe:n
Another exr.^ Kenny Tries! nfl laboring
pen and u Tau'j Dew home
equivalent of a barn
>P- for
rt indirg I
tion : I "--.-.:-'-:. P:
la : / Epa
Arriving 21 lie campus early mostly To dust off the furniture
and start tire meals rolhag w*n Z3T"s atBcanprexy Ed Gulh-
BMBB. secretary AI Boa* treasurer R:ciard Glint Last year's
veepee was PwlJ ReaJK Srfwsrr Presen: is prese=-. r*ip*e .
Ir. a hurried eatt r.:i Lena raaera aiM r>ews: anybody who
wants So send er= : = !- *::-.z ic o- Aiurrn:. Friends. ReU-
:.vs. Anybody rr-_r:- _; ?.-_-: _r \-i =*:: dcl-ars are
-ight> ::r.T;-t=--
PEOPLE:
1 .-.- the Silvers' wiD
ihiid ; : .
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for tii nthi
The Larry K:::r-;r; ganaMi ttttle fellcw is home, fol-
lowing iha p;l:r attacki ifia mum is s^- And ti $ aQ of five-
ar.d-a-half wsrk..-.- hare w-...-. Mem and physical Iharajpy daily.
:c regain ihe us> of his right lee The Old Forge s brilliant Ed
Ccwar. amputated his Cslifomia slay to come home and it awhile:
hat he didn't expeci was tha emergency appendectomy they
banded him .
Bi:;: :: Balti I theii sixth vacal at the
N t Beach fn M
' it hei sistei n A teai ip
lown here and inspect their | :- _r
:sst report ii th< ir -.-. -- j full they'n nin| First
' I the Waves Hote!.
'.-' -'.'- ante 1 their aid with a :.- I :' genii removing
and unrustins the front door. Hm-n-n-n no wonder
gals love I here .
A. J. "Stumpy" Kaplan found himself in a familiar quandary
:.-.is week: on the same evening he was due at two simultaneous
cetings. of the Jaycees. and of the B'nai B'rith. Temptation sim
ply rocked him to settle the matterby going to the football game
:--stead Busiest man-*ith-a briefcase whizzing through the Her-
B i -: Building is usu lly Sid Sterner, executive secretary of'
Beach Apartment House Association .
Ruth Brotman, on her card this week postmarked Napoli. con-
c.udes amusingly. She finishes final comments on the Israeli Music
.- esliral. then says. "We ate luckshin morn, noon and night. Spend-
ing some lime m France, then SS Atlantic to Quebec. Oodles of
noodles and lore."
PERSONAL:
I air, very touched to receive a card of notification that Brandeis '.
I r.iversity is oenefited by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk in
r ol my recovery. Shamed. I confess I'm not certain of the
-.a.ure of the donation. But what I did grasp, instantly, was the
.-:..-. dness .-.:.. motivated it:
CIVIC FLASHES:
Interesting to the community-minded is the unanimous feel-
- running through the 41s: Street sect.on that a midtown cause- i
Mrs Paul Shiekman
Adler, Goldblatt
Wedding Sunday
Miss li Adler and Stanley
_ were wed last Sun-
the Atlanta Ho-
.: ris Sk p o.'fi-
"-
titter of Mr and Mrs Max
'-. IIS N\V C. -. the
-n in marriage by
ther and wore a chantiUV
lace and 1 .-.ed on
lace flowera
neck of her illusion
-.
- I tirt extended lot i a
length train, and a braid-
Ipiece r.eld a three-
U She carried a bouquet
of carnations, stephanotis and
white arc:.
Moid of honor was Miss Rosa-
..-- Lois Adler. the bride's sister.
Other attendants were Mrs. Dan-
iel Wei.stem. the bridegroom's
sister from Brooklyn. Mrs. Martin
the bride's cousin from
New Jersey, and Miss Barbara
Shanes. Irene Sue Koffman. the
bridegroom's cousin, was flower
girl.
Son of Mrs. Lillian Goldblatt.
2145 SW 23rd Ten., the bride-
groom had as best man Daniel
Weinstem. George Harris Oster.
the former Miss Adler's cousin,
was ring bearer. Ushers were
Marvin D. Koffman. Edward G.
Oralnick. and Arthur Stelzer.
1 Shickman At Roney
(1 In Who's Who
iney Blo'-k. of
mo Drive. Coral Ga-
marriage of
ighter. Lila Rutn. to Paul
Cr nof Mr
Mrs Sin in, i25 North
S '.'.'. \\ Mhfmi Beach.
wedding was held on Sep-
t mber 7th. at the Ocean Lounge
of the Roney Plaza Hotel, with
Rabbis Irvine Lehrman and Mor-
ris Skop officiating.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Hen-
rv Milgram, sister of the bride-
grooii,. Henry Milgram. his broth-
er-in-law, was b.st man.. Acting
a Ronald Ager.
S Tint r Charles Sokol and
Michael Block, brother of the
bnde.
The former Miss Block gradu-
d Cum Laude from the Uni-
versity of Miarr:. where she re-
ce.ved the AB degree. She was
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Nu Kappa Tau Sororities.
Participating in the Home-coming
Queen's Court, she won an award.
for outstanding graduating sen-
ior in the College of Fine Arts
and Science. Her name is listed
in Who's Who Ir. American Col-
leges And Universities.
Mr Shiekman. who attended
Pennsylvania State College, grad-
Cam Laude from the Util-
ity of Miami, where he re-
ceived the BS degree. He did
graduate work in chemistry at
the University of Pennsylvania
ar.d cancer research at Temple
University.
He was president of Phi Ep-
silon Pi Fraternity and is current- ;
ly a member of Hibiscus Lodge.
Masonic Order. Mr. Shiekman is
also associated wi h Rudo Sumr-
and S. Rudofker's. of Phila-
delphia.
A reception at the Roney Plaza
Hotel followed the ceremony. The
couple are spending their honey-
moon in Jamaica. Haiti. Domini-
can Republic. Virgin Isles and
Puerto Rico.
Mrs. Joseph Taiienbaum
Israelite Center To Hold
Yom Kippur Dance
The Israelite Center will hold
a Yom Kippur Night Dance on
Monday. September 29th, at 8:30
p.m.
Co-chairmen are Phil Barocas
and Mrs. Norman Bergrin. Others
on the committee are Mrs. I.
| Goldberg and Mrs. Sam Zollinger.
: Tr.e Mellow Chord Trio will pro-
vide music.
Jeanette Kahn Weds!
Joseph Tancnbaum
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaho.1
1441 SW 5th Street, announce!!
marriage of their daughter. Jear.-,
ette Shirley, to Joseph Tane-.
baum. son of Mr. and Mrs Harry I
Tarenbaum. 3685 SW 21st Street)
The wedding took place ban
Sp ember 7th. at the home of]
Rabbi Simon April.
The bride was graduated frcn
Miami High School, where shs]
was a member of Phi Delta Gam- j
ma Sorority. The bridegroom wn
also graduated from Miami Highi
School and is an i mployee of the
Miami Daily News.
Followirg a honeymoon :::>
through Flori-Jj. the couple will]
reside in Miami.
- present Creek 'hump-backed'
; ^i;:'rV\'"p *r^ei .especially since this is an undes.red block
:- from Collins Avenue ... They'd suo-
-; ^v." Ige Meanwhile, a new group of lot
side, naming therelv the ;
-Strip. aiH register opposition, they indicate, to the proposed
LITERARY:
:ur northern friendsin New York and .
breaking
Confi-
ammer ',
i :.j u-^u -----",'"' "s "."w '",u" '" oreater Miami
:Si ^lnCd ,IOm l^**r ^ions recently in N.w OriLn. wS
Louise Chapter Meets
, The Louise Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, will hold its
first meeting of the season on
Monday. September 22nd, 12:30
p.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel.
Plans for the forthcoming Mem-
bership Tea will be announced
by Mrs. Hazel Grossman, mem-
bership chairman.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone S-5411
Entrance on Washington Ai
OCULISTS
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DUPLICATED
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Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdal. W..i Palm Be.ch
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We extend best wishes for
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
to our many friends and patrons
MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
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*Jewisti fkritiir
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MissEngle Weds; To Reside In Ohio
personally Speaking
i Shapiro. Miami Beach attorney, is back in town
Kic visit to Milwaukee and New York.
nu *
I Anne R- Berow, of 725 Washington Avenue, is returning
following a trip to Hot Springs. Detroit and New York.
^
pabc! and Mrs. Harry Ettinger, of 1330 NE 134th S'rie',
-ounce the birth of their son on Monday, September 15th at
hrov.c.'d Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Iqei laurelton, New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wad-
ILcc'h Sheldrake and Ferndale. New York.
"^ ^* ^*
end Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, of 3350 Flamingo Drive.
M Beach, have returned home following an extended va-
* *
yJZ, ;. Shapoff, of 318 SW 28th Road. Miami, has returned
Bel!: more. Maryland, where she visited with members of
family. Mrs. Shapoff's daughter, Bea, returned with her
X vacationing in Baltimore and New York. During the
mer che was Girl's Head Counselor in Sautee, Georgia.
* *
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Marvin S. Cone, 311 Sevilla Avenue, Coral
les, announce the birth of their son early Tuesday at Saint
cis Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
is, London, England. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
. Al>: Cone, 2220 SW 19th Terrace, Miami. Mrs. Cone is Betrothal Told Of
forme: Josephine Davis.
* +
Stanley I. Bargteil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, has
for Harvard College, where he is the recipient of the Harvard
of Miami Scholarship Award. En route, he visited with
iamilv in Washington, Baltimore and New York.
+ *
Mr. ond Mrs. James William Baros. of 2920 SW 20th Street.
ounce the birth of their son. Grant Arnold, on September
The Bri'-s took place September 10th, at Mount Sinai Hos-
1, with Reverend Abraham Seif and Rabbi Max Shapiro
ciatir.:.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lance, of 3084 SW 27th Avenue, an-
nee "he birth of their son, Lawrence Harvey, on August 27th,
Mercy Hospital. The Briss was held September 3rd, with
erer.:' Abraham Seif officiating.
* + *
Mrs. Molly Green, of 1561 Drexel Avenue, has returned
e a::er spending three months with her children in Har-
n, New Jersey, and with relatives in Brooklyn and New
Mrs. Edward Levi
Miss Maxine Lee Englo, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Rose Kaufer Er.gle,
1076 Venetian Way, was wed to
Edward Samuel Levi last Sun-
day evening in the home of the
bride's brother and sister-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Engle, 121
Wist San Marino Drive.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman offici-
ated at the ceremony. Given in
marriage by her brother, newly-
wed Mrs. Levi wore ar. ankle-
length bridal gown of chantilly
lace and nylon net fashioned with
long sleeves and illusion neckline.
Her pearls were a gift of the
bridegroom. She carried white
orchids on a Bible used by her
mother when she married the late
Abraham Engle.
Mrs. Jordon Werner, of Mil-
waukee. Wisconsin, was her sis-
ter's only attendant. Bernard
Levi, of Portsmouth, Ohio, was
his brother's best man.
Dinner at the Bcl-Aire Hotel
followed the ceremony. The cou-
ple then left for a honeymoon to
Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, Vir-
gin Islands. They will be at home
in Portsmouth atter October 3rd.
Mr. Levi is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Levi, Portsmouth.
ft
Block, Parkes
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Block, of
39 Santillane Avenue, Coral Ga-
bles, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Beverly, to
Jerry Parkes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Parkes, 344 Meridian Av-
enue, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
attended the University of Flor-
ida and the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Phi
Sigma Sigma Sorority.
Mr. Parkes graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and re-
ceived the BS degree from the
University of Florida. His frater-
nity is Zeta Bta Tau.
The wedding will taxe place on
October 26th. at the Bel Aire
Hotel. ____________
Miss Sybil Cowen
Cowen, Luhin
BetrothalToid
The engagement of their
daughter, Sybil, to Donald R. Lu-
bin, son of Mrs. Beatrice M. Lu-
bin, 4480 SW 62nd Court, was an-
nounced early this week by Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Cowen, 900 West
47th Street. Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, who resides at
2901 Sheridan Avenue, is a na-
tive Miamian. She is a graduate
of Miami High School and Edge-
wood Junior College, Barrington,
Long Island.
Mr. Lubin is a graduate of the
University of Miami, where he
was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi
Fraternity. He was recently dis-
charged from the Air Force, fol-
lowing a tour of duty in Korea as
troup carrier pilot.
The couple plan a December
wedding.
Miss Beverly Block
eJltrs. Stvfief Sfiocfid
&vzd % Sfioctaek
WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES
FRIENDS AND ALL JEWRY
"A HAPPY NEW YEAR"
Rabbi and Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro
Will the President. Director. Board of Trustees. Doctors.
RtUMl nd Personnel of Mi. Sinai Hospital and their many
friends A Happy end Healthy New Year
HAPPY
-HEW
YEAR
to our many customers and friends
The Management
and Personnel
LOUVEB WINDOW
3f.
1385 NORTHWEST 27th AVENUE
12310 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Jil's Bonded
Fruit Shippers
2603 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-7773
Jack Lindenbaum
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
L A. DURBIN
and FAMILY
436S N. Bay Road
Miami Beach
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FR/ENDS AND PATRONS
Royal Fleet
JService
Parcel Delivery
49 N.E. 22nd STREET
MIAMI

PHONE 9-5703
Schachnos Return From Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno,
of 755 Alton Road, have returned
from an extended trip to Savan-
nah, Georgia. Lakewood, New
Jersey and Ferndale, New York.
They were accompanied home by
their daughter, Juliet, who at-
tended camp in Ferndale.
A Happy Nc* Vcar To A" "r
Friends and Patron*
Christ-Croft
Nursery
11999 W. DLXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 7-4543
Otto Kuehl
GREETINGS
Mr. Eugene
FAMOUS HAIR STYLIST
House of Eugene Ueautu Saion
Complete Staff of Specialists in all phases of Beauty Culture
950 41st STREET
off Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Comfortably Air Conditioned Phone 58-0776
Free Parking
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FR/ENDS AND PATRONS
Twin-City Transit
Co.. Inc.
525 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 50-2292
E. L Jonee, Pre*.
Make Your Reservations for the
High Holy Days
AT THE AIR-CONDITIONED
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMRpp,,,
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Our Friends and Patron*
K A- 4' Cleaner*
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735 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9730
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Msr?=? c-t details r: the Kadassah Brunch in honor of Mrs.
JjchSs Epstein, national cfcainran. Women's Division. Stai of
Israe. Boods C*=p*i=r. ic be held at the Casablanca Hotel on
Orrcber IJtfc are left to right Mrs. Irwin Weir.siein Greater
M:a=: C-apter Ha^rssah president. Mrs. Bess Gersiaa. co-chair-
man. Pencil of Organtratscas. State of Israel Bonds: and Mrs.
Pe??T Kaplan. Hadassafc Bead chairman. The Brunch is the of-
ficial" k: rice::' erent of Kadassah Bond Month.
Miami ASC
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Women Hold Luncheon
Miami C .-:.:: B'nai B'rith
Worm a Luncheon
and Card Party at the home of
Mn "V r 1806 Gra-
nada 5 u Coral Gables.
lay, September 25th. 1
P.-jceeds of the affair will
-rd for diapers for new lo-
in Israel.
A Hjf-i"- a"1-' P'osff'Ui New Tear
To All Our Friendt and Patrons
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5803 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 87-9451
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Extend bes: wishes for the coming year
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JOHN P.
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Republican
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO a^ our customers
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
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A Happy New Year To All
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MIAMI
Phone 7-0018
J. D. Greer
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND JEWRY
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
M. LEIBOVIT
and Family
4726 Alton Road
Miami Beach
GREETINGS FROM THE
RirhardsonN
MR. and MRS.
AL RICHARDSON
MR. and MRS.
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Phone 2-9322
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A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patroni
Tyler Ta<*kle
Shop
1281 N.W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 64-9042
Toby Tyler
A HAPPY \\V TEAR TO Alii
OUR FRIEJiDS AND PATR0N$|
Janice Louise
Salon of Beauty
218 29th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4738
Irene Frances Pitman
We Wire Flowers
Phone 816-7113
KM and STAYS
FLORIST
Bridal Bouquets Cut Flowers
Potted Plants Fune' al WreaW
Flower Shop and Nursery
CORSAGES We Deliver
14601 W. DIXIE HWY.
NORTH MIAMI
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO Ml
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
I 11 ivr-rsii> labs
CORAL GABLES
Phone
4-2523
To Our Many Friends and Patrons .
A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year
OE LUXE LAUNDRY
"MIAMI'S MOST PROGRESSIVE"
341 N.W. 36th STREET
PHONE 7-6661
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Our Friend* and Patrons*
Burak Beverage Corp.
Memufcrcturera and Distributon oi Soda
and Saltier
Home Delivery
263 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-1536


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*JmHsti Meridian
PAGE 11 A
WANT MY MILK
Eitab.
1924
A Happy and Prosperous >iew Tear
To All Our Friends and Patrons
Bay
Exterminators
1628 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-8396
And Be Swe **
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2*21
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
I End of Bird Rd. Snapper Crk
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Will Ray
Dry Cleaners
525 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 84-3086
William Kitsteiner
toomspw *Sm^ov Snri
|ltabbl Joneoh E. Rackoraky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
GREETINGS! !
TROPICAL
Auto Trim Shop
Two Locations:
1016 WEST FLAGLER ST.
165 S.W. 1st STREET
Complete .
Auto Interior
Re-Decorating
Plastic Seat Covers
Convertible Tops
Door Panels
Phones 2-0352 9-8138
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Biscayne Tropical
Gardens
529 N.E. 107th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 7-4088
George B. Haeger
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
pro? 0 waste
Jewish Trade
Represented by Simon Sclden
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
W0LPERT FEATURES
"\alionally Advertised Hrandsr
KROEHLER Living Room Furniture
' GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances
SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs
MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet
LANE Cedar Chests
* CARRIER Air Conditioning
^WOLPERT'S
Help You Make
Your House a Home
WOLPERT FURNITURE CO.
I200 CORAL WAV
AT "F IVC POINTS"
Miami To Usher
In Rosh Hashona
(Continued from Page 3 A)
tions of all services.
Children's services at the North
Dade Jewish Center are sched-
uled for 4 p.m., Saturday. Shofar
will be blown during the Sunday
morning service.
The Israelite Center will usher
in Rosh Hashona tonight at 6
p.m. Saturday and Sunday serv-
ices are scheduled for 7 a.m., and
6 p.m. All services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Abraham Sachs,
Cantor Samuel Salkow and the
Center Choir.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will
conduct services of the Kneseth
Israel Congregation tonight at 6
p.m. Saturday and Sunday morn-
ing services will be at 8:30 a.m.,
with evening services at 6 p.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif will render
the musical portions of all serv-
ices with the Choir under the di-
rection of Joseph Schreibman.
Reverend Lazarus Lehrer will
conduct High Holy Days serv-
ices at the Jewish Home for the
Aged tonight at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday and Sunday morning serv-
ices will be at 8 a.m.

L'SHONA TOVA TIKASEVU
Sonntag Caterers Wishes You All
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
We want to take this opportunity to thank you lor your past
patronage and hope to serve you again in the future

^enntaa
To All
A Most
Happy New Year
Toddle in
Plauhoune
From Cradle To School
Phone 3-8978
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
481 N.E. 30th TERRACE
Vet
WORRY
About Your
FOOD
A Complete Catering Service
Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres
Made to Order
Rental of
CHINA SILVERWARE
LINENS
Entertainment and all other
details arranged for your
formal and informal affairs
PHONE 3-5463
NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS
83-1986
JACK & JILL CATERERS
24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave.
ASK FOR
Kosher Zion
Products at your
LOCAL
DELICATESSEN
& MARKET
Make
Sure
It's
No. 1
Distributed by
unmvsoN
FOOD SPECIALTIES CO.
2402 N.E. 2nd AVE.
MIAMI
Phone 3-7791
KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS -
1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Phone 58-2503 or 84-2078 (Evenings)
Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Ha^ashruth
!
REMEMBER THE DATE!
2nd Shir-Ha-Shirim Concert
February 12. 1953 Miami Beach Auditorium
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Moses Bar & Package Store
Package Gocds Choice Wines and Liquors
7329 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 87-9315
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Robinson-Weinberg Co.
ROYAL ASCOT
144 N.W. 23rd STREET
MIAMI
PHONES 2-1109 2-0784
SEASON 'S GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES MIAMI SHORES
NORTH MIAMI BEACH PERRINE
GREETINGS
"SUM" WALDRON
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
iji
for NEW TIRES, RECAPS and BATTERIES, see
Waldron Tire Co.
YOUR PENNSYLVANIA TIRE DEALER
PHONES: 64-1529 64-0761 64-1520
WEST FLAGLER at 27th AVENUE
"THE WALDRON CORNER''
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Proprietor*,
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Package Goods
LOUNGE BAR
Family Style Meals Serrad
ENTERTAINMENT
13420 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A Happy New Yeir Tc Ali Our
Many Friends and Patten*
Calvin D.
Kinsman
NURSERY
3315 N.W. 46th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 64-U21
L'SHONO TOVO
MATZOS
WINE
KOSHER
DELICACIES :
rtactiw m Tasti Dtsbaparitea for Quality Defeat* to Kaskitj"
WON STREIT. INC., 150 RIVINGTON STREET. NEW YORK CM
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in 1*^52 indicate thai there are i
now nearly 1,000 different types
in Daie
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:han aver-
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attract men to Miami.
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>>T.ing at
I 7 per cent each
aster than any
Ucited States in the
j.ir.:y years,'1 Schneider
business and pro-
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resj r ipportinf such
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Greater Miami Jewish
unity Center and others
a people and keep
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MB- eJl
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A HAPPY NEW-
TO ALL
Propeller S*i
of Miami
Martin I>^y 7
20th St International Airpori
_______ia>-.
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and Fnuiy ".
fTkf Origtnal Dru'cke> |
Wish All Their Rela," J
"' Friends I
A HAPPY NEW YEAB
~ .ML
O. S. Baker
Fine Turf Grasses
!!: N.W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI
Pftttna 64-2352
To All ... A Moat Happy and
Prosperous New Year
Atlantic Iron
Works
Commercial Industrial
Residential
lob Financing
ALL TYPES OF
ORNAMENTAL IRON
8 8-5322
1066 E. 24th STREET
HIALEAH
Bond
Transfer Co, \i
Tracking
1944 N. W. 7th Awu,
PHONE 2-3144
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND JEwjT|
EVERYWHERE A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEHCj]
NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs,
SIDNEY PEPPER
and FAMILY
1600 S.W. 16th Avenua-N
:: All A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Kcllv's lrivc-ln
A: EKated wltr any
C I-.:.- Drive-In
Delir:.: Sardwiches
Curt Serri:*
::: w.w.le iiune P.D.-4-7022
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Aronovitsr
and Family
MR. and MRS. JERRY SHERZER
AND FAMILY
WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
PARKWAY
MEATS
TOIH.TRY
1255 S.W. 22nd STREET
PHONE 9-0968
Holiday Greetings
from
Miami Conservatory
School of Ballet
THOMAS ARMOUR, Director
and
Studios of Voice, Piano and other Instruments
1000 BAY DRIVE, NORMANDY ISLE
PHONE 86-1011
A Happy Nee Year To .Ml Our
Friend* ind Patrons
Art .Mirror
Works
3B02 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 89-3212
Abe Songinsky
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Hot Shoppes Caterers Inc.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
PHONE 64-9022
Walter F. Gentry, Manager
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
SHOHUHD IUIL0INS MIAMI
Trasf and Estaf
Specialists Tor Tie
Gieati Miami Area
s
I
SINC-ZRE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
S. H. KRESS & CO.
5-10-25c STORE
54 East Flagler Street
MIAML FLA.
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
C3
aAJGUST BROS r A & R AUTO
REPAIR SHOP
Scientific Motor Tune Up Specialiaina In TransmlMiooi
Complete Auto Repair All Work Guaranteed
loe Acebal. Owner
GOODYEAR TIRES TUBES BATTERIES
Phone 3-9581
1175 N.W. 29th Str^


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D of week Date
FrVday ....... f pt 19
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Friday ........ pP
Suiiday ....... sHPf-
Friday ......... '|
Saturday ....... utt.
Friday ......... ct.
Saturday ...... Oct.
Friday ....... Oct.
Friday ......... Oct.
Fridav ......... Oct. 31
Friday ........ Nov.
Friday ........ Nov.
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Friday ........ Dec.
Friday ....... Dec.
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Special Occasions
Erev Rosh Hashona ...
2nd ninht Rosh Hashona
Snabbos Shuvah ......
Erev Yom Kippur ___
Erev Succoth ........
2nd night Succoth ___
Hoshano Rabbo .......
Simchas Torah .......
Erev Shabbos B'rashis
Friday ........ Dec. 26
Friday ......... Jan- 2
Friday ......... Jan- J
Fridav ......... Jan. 16
Friday ......... Jan. 23
Friday ......... Jan. 30
Fridav......... Feb. 6
Friday......... Feb. 13
Friday......... Feb. 20
Friday......... Feb. 27
Friday ........ Mar. 6
Friday......... Mar. 13
Fridav ........ Mar. 20
Friday ........ Mar. 27
Monday ....... Mar. 30
Tuesday ....... Mar. 31
Friday......... Apr. 3
Sunday ........ Apr. 5
Monday ....... Apr. 6
Friday......... Apr. 10
Friday......... Apr. 17
Erev Chanukah ...?..
7th aay of Chanuxah
Shafebos Shirah
Erev Passover ...
Passover 2nd day
Erev Yom Tov......
Last day of Passover
Lighting of
Candles
6:03
6:50
5:55
5:53
5:48
6:30
5:41
6:20
5:34
5:28
5:22
5:18
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Friday Fridav Friday Fridav Tuesday Wednes Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Fridav Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Compi ........Apr. 24 ........ May 1 ........ May 8 ........ May 15 6:31 6:34 6:38 6:42 6:44 7:21 6:46 6:49 6:52 6:55 6:57 6:58 6:59 6:5P
iay ----- May 20 Shevuous 2nd day____ ........ May 22 ........ May 29 ........ Jure 5 ....... June 12 ....... June 19 ........ June 26 ........July 3 ........July 10
........ July 17 ........ July 24 6:57 6:54 6:50
........ Aug. 7 6:44 ........ Aug. 14 6:40 ........ Aug. 21 6:34 ........ Aug. 28 6:27 ........ Sept. 4 6:20 ed and edited by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

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Greetings TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER. Owner 2546 S.W. 8th Street Phone 83-6255 (AIR CONDITIONED) Food To Please All The Family -PALY SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH 29c DINNER 49c FREE PARKING
Gables Sisterhood To
Meet Orf Monday
The start of a new Temple Sis-
terhood season will get under way
with the first meeting of the Cor-
al Gables Jewish Center Sister-
nood on Monday, September 22,
8 p.m., at the Center. Presiding
will be Mrs. Sam Schulefand,
charter member of the group.
A Dessert Card Party will be
held by the Sisterhood on Wed-
nesday, September 24th, 1 p.m., at
the Center under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Max Messer .
WANTED
POTOK, Hirsch.age 42. born
in Tortakow, Poland, migrated to
the United States about 1950. Last
known address is Miami Beach.
He is being sought by his cousin,
Alex Potok, of 556 Eagle Street,
Bronx, New York, who was born
in 1913, in Tortakow.
RAUCH, Mitzi (Marie) born in
Vienna, Austria, age between 42
and 45, migrated to Miami about
15 years ago. She is being sought
by Max Steigmann of the M &
B Motel, Key West, Florida, who
recently migrated to the United
States.
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR, FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Van and
Arrvola
DANCING SCHOOL
2910 N.W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phono 64-7222
VEGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Dr. Murray Mifler
OPTOMETRIST
14 N.W. First St.
PHONE 82-7913
Next Door To Helmly's

1215 N.W. 21st St.
Ph. 3-8795
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BEN YOMEN
MARGARET BEN YOMEN
coid WENDY

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piIAMl CONVALESCENT HOME'
Specializing in Cars to the Elderly and Chrenically 111
* 24 Hour Nursing Service
* Special Diets Strictly Observed
Private and Semi-Private Rooms
|LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S. W. 12th Avenue.
Phone* 2-5437 end 9-0278
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GLASS
FOB EVERY'
"-* PURPOSE
"TORE FRONT PLATE end WINDOW GLASS
irwaitur. Tope. Beveled Mirror, end Retllveriag Our Specialty
'-*. Glass and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834
"Orris ORLIN IRVING GORDON
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Boulevard
Patio Shop
6703 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI
Phone 84-2209
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
To All Our Friends and Patrons
Max Paul
JEWELER
424 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1837
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Johnson
Fruit Corp.
60 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 2-8266
A
MOST
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO AIL
S.J.
420 Lincoln Road
Realtor
A Happy and Prosperous N"*" fear
To All Our,Friends
Rudy and Shirley
Hess
CATERERS
1311 S.W. 62nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 87-8942
New Year Greetings To All
? QUALITY
?SERVICE
MIAMI
BAGEL
BAKERY
Telephone 2-2498
1938 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI 35. FLORIDA
GREETINGS! !
DAWSON
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
Two Locations to Serve You
9601 N.W. 10th Avenue. Miami Shores
3800 S.W. 8th St. (On the Trail). Coral Gables. Florida
Rex Dawson
24-Hour Service Pnne 78-5564
C-"&"
tyteeUtq*
COMPLETE
DAIRY
SERVICE
HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK|
6tADE*A~MILK
IUTTEKMILK
CtEAM
SOUR CREAM
COTTAGE CHEESE
ICE CIMM
Lady Borden ICE CREAM
r OK HOMI OfUVitY
ANNOUNCING the Opening of Our New Lot
at 6300 S.W. 8th STREET
Dealing in Clean Used Cars
MEDLIN MOTORS
OF WEST MIAMI
Telephone 87-0204
TO ALL GREETINGS !
Noble Medlin L. W. Medlin R. L. "Bob" Medlin
TO ALL GREETINGS
JEFFERSON CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
3128 CORAL WAY. MIAML FLA.
Buell S. Hunsberger, Local Manager
Main Office: 75 First Street, Cambridge, Mass.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
RICHARD MACK
Your Florida Railroad and
Public Utilities Commissioner


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FRIDAY,
SEPTEMBER
19.
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To all our Friends
we express our
fondest desire thai
the New Year be
filled with "Brocho-
Blessings" of Peace.
Health. Happiness
and Prosperity for
all brael.
Owners and
Manager*
S. M.
Grunawerg
M. HttimtrK
W. Keiae'man
and Families
lit in h Junior
Bladasnah \ame*
i nil 4'kairmen
A: : .. M
Unit of Jui
, :' r : -
It 1
627 10th Street.
.v.-.- c. .v. -- y. -
KB aS
"' -
Judy Hayes wH selected as so-
' cial chairman.
Miss Helen PomeranU will be
: h r r- .
Hiss S
ge of public::v
Mrs Hose* Mr-jXhr-Jofi1 *...
tinue as sponsor of the Junk
Hadassah IJatl
The next meeting is scheduled
for September 3M
Aronovitz Is Appointed
By Governor To Board
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HUTTIG SASH~& DOOR CO., Inc.
ROY R. SIEGEL. Prrrirtol
Manufacturers and Wholesale Distributors
MILLWORK and BUILDING PRODUCTS
L. E. BLUDWORTH, Mgr.. Miami Branch. 1090 N.W. 23rd St.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
FLORIDA'S FIRST
Public Relations and Fund Raising Agency
n
j.
i 8 Mill II 111/
One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach
2904 Biscayne Boulevard Miami
Telephones 58-2454 and 9-7391
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
Tri-City Electric Co., Inc.
2900 N.W. 7th STREET
To All .
Most Happy Holidays
LOWRY ELECTRIC CO
(Incorporated
Established 1923
Electrical Contractors Electrical Appliances
300 BIRD ROAD Phone 48-6576
275 MIRACLE MILE Phone 4-2403
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Tamara Chapter Meet
Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi
Women's Organization, will hold
its first open meeting of the sea-
son at the Raleigh Hotel on Tues-
day evening. September 23rd. 8:30
p.m. Mrs. Israel Yulish. president,
will preside, with Sue Goldman
presenting several monologues.
A HAPPY \E\V YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIEXDS A\D PATRONS
Ixora Park
Nursery
1306 S.W. 12th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-7145
Thelma T. Vick
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Colt Koitllng Co.
True Fruit
and
Tvrrilir
Best Wishes To All For
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
NATIONAL
TITLE INSURANCE
COMPANY
HUNTINGTON BLDG.
PHONE 2-7624
Main Office
Branches: Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach*
QUALITY BEVERAGES
17
*$EAVIWIY FLAVORS
IIi.ih'.ili Plans
Fashion Show
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center is
proceeding with its plans for a
Fashion Show to be held on Sun-
evening, October 19th. 7:30
p.m.. at the Preview Lounge.
A committee met at the home
I Shirky Rackear. 1070 Falcon
Avenue, last last week to make
final arrangements. Present were
Chickie Williams. Eve De Young.
AskowitJt, Irene Becker and
.-. Silver::
Rabbi Skop Speaks
To Junior Hadassah
Rabb: Moms Skop will address
:-.-. Y .: of Junior Hadas-
nk a: its next general meeting
r Tuesday. September )rd. 8
mt Coral Gables Jew- j
.>- ;r:f:
The topic of Rabbi Skop"s'
speech be The Hifh Hoii-
=*?*. Ftem : H Ooeg Shab- '
;*t and croup social will follow.
f>!# R*id*nts At
Jrci*m Home
Worker, s
A-T-.i-y : :rt ."- ..
:':: -r-i A*-.; ~ .t ier.ts
. .-e _..,..-, rrthdajr party
; a: IX -;.- Gardens.
tin M am Kriegel chairman
presented all par-
i ft! Mr and Mrs.
Sam E dents of the Home.
were honored for their wedding
anniversary.
Mrs. Sol Silverman is presi-
dent of the Auxiliary.
Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Customers
FUTURE-AGE
FURNITURE CO.
Air-Conditioned
Complete Home Furnishings for the
HOME APARTMENT HOUSE HOTEL MOTE
301 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
Telephone 82-6571
TO ALL GREETINGS
Commercial Bank of Miami
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
6015 N.W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 84-0661
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
THE HUB
MIAMI CORAL GABLES LITTLE RIVER
TO ALL GREETINGS!!
Chicken in the Basket
RESTAURANT
CHICKEN Fried to a Golden Brown (Not in deep grease)
Gobs of Shoestring Potatoes. Hot Biscuits and Jug oi Honey
Quality Quantity
"The World's Most Famous Chicken Dish"
Big Selection oi Other Dinners
"Try Our Stuffed Cabbage and Dumplings''
4402 N.W. 7th AVE. Phone 84-4130
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
To All Our Friends and Patrons
LEE'S HEALTH BAR
1665 COLLINS AVENUE
1401 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH

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L AY SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
DJmfaA fhrkUcin
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MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING TO FRUITION
THE HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF THE
wWISH PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER. AND A JUST AND
EVERLASTING PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD TURK
and their children
CORNELIA. JONATHAN and ROBIN
JACK ALMAN
AND
JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
*ngus W
Pres
lirahar
dent
Marie E Britton, Secy
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Phone 9-6509 COMMERCIAL
BUSINESS

WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
CONCORD CAFETERIA
"The Best at Reasonable Prices"
1921 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
GREETINGS
RHODES, IM .
400 N. MIAMI AVENUE
*W'W'W*W A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MARTINIQUE HOTEL
Symphony Club
Plans Previews
The Symphony Club of the
University of Miami is arrang-
ing previews for the coming win-
ter programs of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra.
The previews will be held be-
fore each concert for the mem-
bership only.
Mrs. Albert Pick, president,
and the Executive Board, which
includes Mrs. Claude A. Ben-
shaw, Mrs. J. Myer Schine. Mrs.
Hank Meyer, Phil C. Gallagher,
Miss Jeanne Garrard and Mis.
Clifton D: Pawleyare now plan-
ning the the meeting schedule.
Edward Clarke, chairman, will
be the commentator for the ser-
ies.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Marie Volpe,
concert manager, said early this
week that Jean Bedetti, who will
appear with the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra on May
10th and nth, has been engaged
bv the Boston Symphony Orches-
tra under the baton of Charles
Muensch for two performances on
January 26th and 27th. Mr. Be-
detti will play the Schumann
Cello Concerto.
This is the lirst time in the his-
tory of the Boston Symphony Or-
chestra that a former member of
the Orchestra, after being pen-
sioned, has been invited to ap-
pear as soloist, Mrs. Volpe said.
At a meeting of the Symphony
Working Committee yesterday
morning in the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium, Henry Nelson, chairman
of the Symphony Subscription
Committee. J/Irs. Volpe and Mrs.
Hank Meyer met with the follow-
ing:
George J. Bertman, Herman A.
Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov, Mrs. Warren Freman, Mrs.
Alice Kolb, Mrs. Maurice Lev,
Mrs Nellie McArthur. Mrs. Mabel
P. Murray, Mrs. Claude A Ren-
shaw and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Flaglkr-(*raiiada
Plans Yoiii
lii|i|ur Show
Trie Open House Committee of
the Flagler- Granada Jewish
Community Center will gather for
an evening of entertainment on
Sunday evening, September 21st,
8:30 p.m., at the Center, accord-
ing to Mrs. Harry Zide, chair-
man.
Flagler officials are also plan-
ning for the Center's Annual
Yom Kippur Night Show, an an-
nouncement early this week in-
dicated.
The Women's Group of the
Center met last night to hear Mrs.
Ruth Walker, tropical crafts in-
structor at Lindsey Hopkins Vo-
cation School. Members also dis-
cussed their Annual Membership
Tea scheduled for October 8th,
here. Mrs. Herman Feldman will
be chairman of the affair, with
Mrs. Sol Alexander assisting.
'V.
6423 Collins Avenue
W-'W'W/W*W''W Miami Beach
ywWWWWV.
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NATIONAL
BANK
-of-
MIAMI BEACH
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Vies Prasidsnl
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OUR FRIEXDS AND PATRONS
Mteaeh Plaza
Hotel
1401 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phones 5-6421 58-9135
M. J. Leibowitz
Thomas Brustein
Herbert Fisher
Phene 59*5300
METRO SMOKED FISH
Corp.
859 BISCAYNE STREET
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Mother's Food Products
Vita Food Products
;omplete Line of Smoked Fish and Herring
<
TO ALL...
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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\ Happy New Year to Our Friends and Customers
ROBERT F. RILEY. Inc.
Paints Enamels Varr.ish Lacquers Coatings
1100 West Flagler Street Phone 2-8481
Dianol Bitumastic A & E Lasting Riviera Grand
TO ALL .
A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILTON
WEISS
Member of
Board of Public
Instruction
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI AGENCY
GENERAL INSURANCE
II. H. WOODSMAIX, JR.
682 N.E. 124th St. P^one 84-0615
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
Howard S. Reeder
BROKER
777 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3-S482
GREETINGS- FROM
Cowart, Rurt & Company
ACCOUNTANTS
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A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
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FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION
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Lawrence Redding, Manager
LOW PRICES
ARE
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UpPV NEW TEAR TO ALL
.FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Coral Way
\eauiy Salon
1755 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
i^^wiislhJEIliDipidliiaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
SEC. E
4-7120
Miss Ruth
KAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
FRJEN'DS AND PATRONS
Atlantic*
ITowers Hotel
Ul COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4751
HAPP1 NEW TEAR TO ALL
[RFR/; 'S AND PATRONS
Essex Village
Pharmacy
441 HIALEAH DRIVE
at the Essex Theare
HIALEAH
Murr ij Steir. Prop.
[a Happy New Year To All
Cur Fritted! and Pations
Hettie Jones
ttvauty Salon
415 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-1227
Beltie Jons3 and Staff
Louis luiadon
.Vishes the Rabbi. Cantor.
Dfficers ani Members of Beth
David Cor.jregaiioa. Their
families trd' the Entire Com-
munity a Very Happy Year.
A Happy New Year To All
Cur Frier.ds and Patrons
Catalonia
Apt. Hotel
1559 MICHIGAN AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9282
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Do3hay
and Daughters
Mrs. Fannie Kopel
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year To All Our
Friends and Patrons
AHna
Heauty Salon
403 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-1735
Alma and Rudy
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OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BISCAYNE TERRACE
DRUG STORE
340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
MIAMI
Phone 9-9987
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick
nsTo nw?
A Happy New Year To All
Cur Frierds and Patrons
Lillian's
Beauty Salon
327 W. 47th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-1752
Lillian Nuckols
A Happy and Prosperous Mb*' Year
To All Our FfUl km \ND Patrons
Beauty Craft Salon
1657 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Ph. 5-7163 Mrs. Berth a M. Levy
SUE PREEM MAID
WOMEN'S APPAREL
MISSES AND JUNIOR COATS AND SUITS
23 N. E. 25th Street
Miami
TO ALL ...
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Air Corporation
of Miami
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Pations
PHYSICIAN'S BLDG.
LABORATORY
1431 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
MIAMI
PHONE 82-3274
Miami International
Airport
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
BOULEVARD BEAUTY
SALON. INC.
2504 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI
Phone 2-8360 Inei Reed
>*w^* A Happy New Year To All
Cur Frier.ds and Patrons
lhtehettH
Beauty Salon
433 ESPANOLA WAY
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7700
Mrs. Jennie Hochfelsen
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Garrison
YOUR REPUBLICAN LEADERS
Bqrons
RED CROSS PHARMACY
PRESCRIPTION
SPECIALISTS
Since 1897
Flagler Street
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raPAY.jgm^ 13
PROGRESS IN ISRAEL

By SOLOMON LEWIS
ll
As Israel enters the Year 5713, with the observance of the filth Rosh Hashona since the
establishment of the state, the young nation is in the midst of an all-out program to achieve
economic self-sufficiency.
Just as the Jews of America accepted their responsibility for providing much of the fi-
nancial sinews which helped make it possible for the re-born Israel to win its war for surviv-
al ir. 1948, and thus assure its political independence American Jewry also is giving en-
thusiastic support to Israel s drive to achieve economic mde- ,,
pendence. The chief in*um.0, though which American Jews J j f^
ere snaring in Israe. s gigantic economic transformation is trie Yem 5713 K.,lve t0
Stcte 01 Israel S500 000 OC. I:.dependence Bond Issue. paust look at Israel's i
An inspiring preser.tc::;:-. c: Israels rapidly growing ecc:\ gresi
crr.y may be seen at the first Israel Exposition in the United Probably I rf dramath
>'' >:.*.: : :.--
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.-:... lhan $H State of Is-

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h thai
Si
A HAPPr ,\E\V' TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIEXns AMD PATRONS
Marcel & Gaston
French Hair Stylists
508 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4878
Chesterfield Hotel
855 COLLINS AVERT* '
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-5831
F*ED MARVAN
ISADORE GELLER
i still in 1 throes of
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Sow thai
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I the Israel S p I ta
.:' in the 1
ted t

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f rescued Jews :" "
- of Is-
lotions i .".-.. -
Stole 1 a

ben I- li
U> thi v
Isi Southland, which makes
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t T f scientifi i \
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great ti
.-. irees
Segev ..:

Mining ( tioi
nd funds
Segev depos-
ted t .:: t for
eing used
of fi rtilizers
>triaJ : both
5 fi
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A. D. F. Bloodworth
J'J'I NCW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIEKDS .-\\7) PATRONS
Trail Beauty
Shoppc
1538 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-1047
EMMA COLEMAN
AMOSTHATpYNEVyyj'
August Studio
INTERIOR DECORATING
1230 Alton Rood G
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO au
OUR FRIEXDS, AND PATRONS
Riviera Health
Resort
6901 YUMURI STREET
CORAL GABLES
Phone 87-0078
E. A. BROADBFNT Director


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A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
II. II. I i < 1111-1 ri
ENGINEER
T49 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
MIAMI
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Pharmat-y
116": n w *4 Avani
MIAMI
?=:r.e :4:4l:
A Happy Nw Year To All
Our Friends ar.d Parr;.-.:
KViidiv
l.aiiiMlt>r<'i Ip
3919 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 78-5956
Mr. and Mrs. A. Blausteir.
- Phone 5-7631
----------------------------------
A Happy Hew Year To A:: * ALL
--. .-.-.rr;i tad Patron - A\D PATi \.
l.ntlw i .-iM>r- Coral Gables
1 H W ELEI .fcwelrv
'': Si 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 2143 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES
Fhcne 2-0220 Phone 48-5243
^ERT EVERFTT
\ Happy Nmm Year To All
Our Friendh and Patrons
PARHAM'S
RESTAURANT
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
7301 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 86-3021
A Happy Re* yM. T. A1,
Oat F.-:er.ds aad Patron
rh\v m rmi
ENGINEERS
3047 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI
Phone 3-0973
A Happy Ntw Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Gem Garage
3225 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 4-3228
MIAMI
Edward Ebright
Our
New Years Wish
"Peace, Health. Prosperity
and Good Will To AIT
HOME OF SUNSHINE FASHIONS

GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
Edward T. Newman Abe Etaenberg
*


RIDAY
SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
Jew I si)HcrkHan
PAGE 3 B
\e
New Stale's
"Wild West"
m Negev, it has been said, is
a in Dlav a role in Israel
*5ft <-the west in the
United States.
The Negev is the place of the
L ut ooen spaces the frontier.
f, does not require too vivid an
imagination to sec in the roaming
Mou.ns of the Negev a counter-
,', to the Indians of Americas
Vest The Shomrim who ride a-
nut'to enforce law and order
mZ who stand watch at the bor-
der, are a counterpart to the up-
holders of the law so often the
heme of American Western fic-
iion.
The analogy extends even to
popular song. If Americans are
:JJ,ne to smg about "the lone
dairies", it is significant that
during the Israel War of Libera-
on probably the most popular
Israel son* was the one including
thee lines: "In the plains of the
Negev there sparkles the dew. In
A Happy Ncw Year To AU
Our Fnends and Patrons
Frank's
<>arage
1350 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH
Phone 88-9317
Frank Gibbs
the plains of the Negev, a hero
died for you."
It is not, however, these ro-
mantic analogies which arc
thought of when comparison of
the Negev to the American West
is projected. The reference is
rather to the economic revolu-
tion which the exploitation of
the West brought about. In the
West were the cattle ranges, the
gold mines and the oil which
made America rich. The Negev,
last area of Israel to be develop-
ed, bids fair to play a similar
role. The two keys to this fu-
ture are mineral treasures and
irrigation.
For hundreds of years, Califor-
,nia had been owned by Spain
and then by Mexico, but it was
not until Americans began com-
ing into California that gold was
discovered. And it was not until
the Jews came into the Negev,
little more than four years ago,
that copper, kaolin and phos-
phates were discovered. When
the Israelis were singing about
their soldiers' dying in the Negev,
the presence of this underground
wealth had not yet been reveal-
ed.
Surveys made with Israel Bond
money disclosed this wealth, and
American Jews who bought Is-
rael Bonds have the satisfaction
of knowing that their money pro-
vided the means for the prepar-
atory work which will soon yield
its harvest of dollars for Israel.
But the mineral resources of
the Negev are only part of the
potential in this area. The Neg-
ev includes 40 percent of the land
of Israel. In 1930, a British Com-
mission, headed by Sir John
Simpson, pointed to the vast ag-
ricultural possibilities of the ar-
ea: "Given the possibility of ir-
rigation, there is probably an
inexhaustible supply of cultiv-
able land in the Beersheba area,"
said the report.
It is known what irrigation did
for our own American West. The
Mormons were first to use irri-
gation in the United States, trans-
forming what was believed to be
a desert into highly fruitful land.
The Newlands Act, passed by
Congress in later years, and many
other governmental acts, have
been responsible for adding vast
areas to agriculture through irri-
gation.
Irrigation financed by Israel
Bonds will bring the waters of
the Yarkon to the thirsty lands
of the Negev for the first time
this coming year. Water is also
being found in the Negev in the
same way that Abraham found
it by digging. But the drilling
of today is, of course, accomplish-
ed with scientific instruments un-
known in the lifetime of the
Patriarch.
It is an interesting fact that,
at the recent world conference
on desert research held in Jeru-
salem, to which more than 40
nations sent representatives, the
Negev was hailed as an example
of what might be accomplished
with many desert areas. The dif-
ference between a desert and a
garden is usually just one thing
water. When one remembers
that approximately one-third of
the world is desert land, the ac-
complishments in the Negev
made possible by Israel Bond in-
vestments, may have results of
global proportion.
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
S10 Langford Bldg.
PHONE 9-4747
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friend* and Patrons
Zarra
nance Studio
8363 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 89-7103 Nick Zarra
A HAPPY HEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FRIENDLY
BEAUTY SHOP
2185 S.W. 1st Street
MIAMI
PHONE 2-7857
Devon Matell
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Sailiiv Xalhan
BEAUTY SHOP
1638 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-9294
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Congress
Beauty Salon
CONGRESS BUILDING
Phone 2-0611
Miss Florence
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Walter McLean
& Son
IEW E LER S
CONGRESS BLDG.
Phone 82-2181
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Alliambra
Laundromat
12175 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 7-6000
Adolph Glazar
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
BENSON
PHARMACY, Inc.
1444 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
d Phone 58-1112
George R. Stevens
A Happy New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
Jerry's Prescription
Pharmacy
2237 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
Phone 48-2894
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Godfrey Perell
Auction Galleries, Inc.
6756 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-1879
#
The City
of
MIAMI BEACH
* *
wishes to extend to the Jewish
citizenry of this area best
wishes for a happy and
prosperous New" Year.
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Chapman's
Pharmacy
581 N.E. 125th STREET
Phone 7-4778
Fred Chapman


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FRIDAY. Sp
E?T*MBER i9i
BONDS QUICKEN ISRAEL
The rccres: DC aril] hove stec
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teaches are junmnri u thick i
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Tb .---;= _-- I -
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- -..-_; iot ti : ltd
Th varied I the
anan; types : Synagogues them*
elves sdd tt th< sympbonj .:
?. -- Has --.- The Cbassidur.
>""" -.r-arrr. rir.;e while Ifac ;e-
foui Yemmite. during the e.--
re High Holy Day servi
carcely movei a Etude his eyes
s:ri7..> Micentrated ;r. the
?rcrds cf -.he prayer r >:.<. E:-
d^:.rj:--5-^c:r from .'. the other
Synagogues are the place; of
worship f the Jews from Sa-on-
ta who have always loved
?rightly colored ex:er::r;
R H-- r.i is a tune ;:
spiritual stock-taking, but .: ts
inevitable that at the beginning
"re yea: the minds .:' many
iweU n what thi
has .-. store in a material way for
krae: The year that .; ahead
'-- ----- th '.-. buu I r the
- -'-' *" re pening the treas-
ures 1 the Negev Dttle mo
Car : -: > ears ag r the
:':-- -- 7 -. the N 7-
ev there was n -.-. -;
'- presence '. copper phos-
phates and lea lir ......
been found
.. MOaoo 7: .he yec: :r. Israel.
-r7 luaMll in bia bota sained
- .-.= r.r.ri1 lo attend Syr.-cogue.
yosjute spring up :-: the Holy
rpcrzry places c: worship were
:ys last veer Ir. Te". Aviv some
rind The Neaev OtttpOMt, Bee:-
A large ceramics fact ry in
VuilMba financed by Israel
3: tit;; .
a fixtures
all ir>as at ias> an
tbc kaosao and I the Neg-
s
The freal ;----. -
. :* i-K
II m experts re 7
ports
Amerxan pett leus p
: : ncludes that E
tht | i es ir
-
Man t I
Us f Ju-
iea. :al p.a:r and the
--7 7 this jea: and
knov before an ther ?. ;- H -
:ra rotts around
7- :ec:.> I^rie! : more ira-
tely -- rested -
: quantities at common re-
tource-watez Neighboring Iraq
geii :-st :: t-
t.e; from .: However, a .i-i
:ar. tx.r. ,r.z rrsper with
:-t tt cans >t ^x:^t without water
~--- Kew Year will ^ee -
completion | the gianl
tion 77 ject :.rar;-d by 1
Bonds, which will bring the wat-
American 7-'.;;

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t:-gr: Israel Bonds may ::.::
"~ having wntribu-
the discover) : these re-
: :urces It has been t d ~.-iy
:.-.-. has caxr:ec the nlining jp-
"- i their present stage
Israel Bonds have 7eer. proved a
I investment by that they
have a;cc7r.7..;7v7 .- the f-eld
:'. zr.izhixe- alone Etrc rr.:r-
ey 'j: c_.;: a factory u tun
:""' phosphates mt< t-e rich
fertilize: demandk | mners
all vet :7e ~ .r.z Yteids :'.
crops have 7e-er. xulrjplied three
'; feu: times -- -
l -.
en :: the Yarkos River t< the
Iry tand f the Negev Inanks
tmgauon the r.e**- year *..'.
undoubtedly als .-et :hr vast ex-
" nsi n : agriculture H -
year witnessed the harv -:
:
ra~= : Kegev \*r.i which had
been s with grain 7-.;
7r,:r. a p indicates in turr
there will '^e ~ dicker n the
table this year T^e r;:r. will
; : -: I -
r.a; seriously -.a-p^r ; .
raisrag m xht
The city :'. Haifa expe;t; t
tajte gre- strides forward iur-
Eg :r.e coming year Port fa-
in :e.77 ^r..argec ai
new industrial zone created fi-
"Med by T.-.-ael Bonds.
Many -*--. varied have :Wr.
it the i volution of
- economy. Theodore
Herzl. in his day. : resaw the
- State as developing spec-
,-iustries. such as refrigera-
tion. des:gned to make the warm-
er countries of the world more
habitable. Herzl foresaw the
pressure Of population's requir-
ing that the neglected areas of'
the world be brought to their
full potentialities. It was a pro- i
visa n of America's Point Four
gram
S I e have foreseen Israel's de-
-.7 as onother Switzerland.
her econ my resting on skrlled
The recent establish-
ed the Bulova Precision
Tool Instrument Company in Is-
reel is i lint with this thought
looking to the rich chem-
of the Dead Sea
and the chemicals recently dis-
in the Negev. have
t of Israel as a great cen-
ter foi the enlarging field of
then -il industries.
T~e future is likely to be a
composite of all these things. Is-
ra-11 citizens have been assem-
bled .'.- r all parts of the world. !
graph* location, standing
r. the bridge between Europe.
and Africa, also gives it'
something cf a cosmopolitan
character
Tr.e future may be seen m the
dynamic present : today, for \
even n n Israel's industrial life
highlj fied. Continued
large-seal nvestments through
Israel Bond Issue will make
' ng year a time of great-
7." rth in many vital sectors of
intrj s economy.
A Happy and Pro*permH
New Year To Alt Our
riendn and Patronn
GREENE'S
DRIVE IN
Laundry and Cleaners
3711 N.W. 36th STREET
MIAMI
Phones: 64-1547 64-1548
SAMUEL GREENE. Owner
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Wingerter
Laboratories, Inc.
660 N.W. 71st STREET
Phone 84-9501

"** new year a exze-:--;
- e;p:n rf ::zZr:
' itness
''='- -.-<:- Mining p.
erations tre E -. \ rtud
on = vein :: ::: ; : f cop-
>-'- '' '- ''-:-- t. z=.:.r. this
i'aT ''''' the export ['
tons, ir.i build -p graduallj
: ; MO tons anurr
A Happy New Yer To All
Our Frieacj md Pazrotu
Howard Wright'*
(a rage
58C1 N.W. 7th STREET
MIAMI
Phcne 87^886
Uvesay Window
' o.. Inc.
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lan.
PHONE 4-2503
TO ALL GREETINGS
Terrazzo
< rafl*m'ii
ai
For Free Estimales 78-8275
580 N.W. 71s1 STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY XEW TEAR TO ALL
' I'R r-RlEXDS A\D PATRONS
Irwin's Beauty
Salon
AIR OOND1TIONED
652 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI
PHONE 7-7977
ETHEL IR\V/\
A HAPPY NW TfAR TO Ml
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Ringer*
Jewelers
2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 48-2327
Kenneth P. Ringer
A HAPP1 NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS A\D PATRONS
Rock *V Shell
Shop
215 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-7873
George M. Williamson
A Happy New Yeer Tc A!i
Oat Frie.-.cs ar.d Fe;rcr.j
Bendix
Laanderland
2268 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Tot Prompt Pick Up and
DehYery Call 48-4510

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i artlozo
Hotel
CPE N THE
E A P. ARC U N D
130C OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 5-1235
;' v-'^ Yeai
i Fmckdi -, |
Orvhid Hvautu '
Shop
'"- SW 17th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phona 3-6724
Miss J L. Paov
DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS
------------------------------
DEPENDABLE SERVICE
Best Wishes
Good Luck
E.EE STEMX
2025 S.W. 8th STREET
rwYiw
GREETINGS TC ALL
Florida (.as
Corporation
'BLUE FLAME
GAS''
6400 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phona 89-1573
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Mr. A Mrs.
Joseph Hutner
BUYS and SELLS ACREAGE
1345 DREXEL AVE.
Pboaa 58-4984
standard
Oil '
*t *e S^ ^ gttm SmSmM
/



MDAY. SEPTEMBER^. 1952
lenist* ntridH^r
PAGE 5B
merican Investment
Broadens Horizons
By
BENJAMIN GORIN
lie wr
and still.
h(, Valley of Ajalon at the
'here Joshua bade the sun
lies Kt'ar Schmuel, a
memorializing the late
,Dhen S. Wise. In more ways
the fact that it commemor-
,t American Jew, this
serve as a symbol for
relationship between
Itates
It
n
es a gres
Hage may
ip unique
menca and the Jewish State
Kfar Schmuel is one of the
ttlements chosen for expen-
ding with American tobacco.
Snced by Israel Bonds The
wner of a large tobacco planta-
in, in the Southern United
,tes was "imported" to Israel
teach the villagers the art of
wing Virginia tobacco.
one were to make a special
(fort to find a symbol showing
merican influer.ee in Israel,
'robably nothing more appropri-
could have been devised. The
te Dr. Wise, no smoJter rrim-
f probably would have.cher-
ed the idea as'a peculiarly po-
tic gesture linking America and
Israel.
It is almost a hundred years
nee thr man who has been
ailed the first American Zionist,
[ordecai Manuel Noah, passed
ray, To Noah belongs the cred-
.. of being the first to conceive
ff America as playing a domin-
it role in the revival of a Jew-
s'-. State. One of the most color-
ful of American Jewish figures,
the able>t journalist in the Amer-
ica of his day, according to no
less an authority than John
Quincy Adams, the most popular
playwright of the country, a man
who had been American Consul
to Tunis and Sheriff of New
York. Noah was also a devout
Jew. H> firmly believed in the
imminent realization of the dream
o[ the Jewish State, and he con-
tended mat it had been prophe-
sied in the Bible that America
MS to play a decisive role in
the Jewish State's re-establish-
ment.
He believed this was foretold
in the 18th chapter of Isaiah,
where this passage appears: "Ho
to the land >f shadowing wings
which :- beyond the rivers of
Ethopia. which sendcth ambassa-
sea." This land is com-
I
manded "swiftly to speed assist-
ance to a people peeled and scat-
tered."
What other land than Amer-
ica could this refer to, asked
Noah. America was the land
which 'sendeth ambassadors by
the sea" and the phrase "shadow-
ing wings" refers to the fact that
the eagle is the American em-
blem.
Noah did his preaching about
the revival of the Jewish State
before Christian audiences. He
spoke in Christian churches, and
it was one of his Christian ac-
quaintances. Warder Cresson, lat-
er a convert to Judaism, who was
the first American to begin prac-
tical colonization work in Pales-
tine. Cresson, who upon embrac-
ing Judaism took the name of
Michael Boaz Israel, settled in
Palestine. The colony he found-
ed was given some financial as-
sistance by Sir Moses Montefiore.
.That was the beginning. A tre-
mendous amount has been done
jsince. From time to time, one
hears complaints about the fail-
ure of any considerable aliyah
irom America. But no one can
deny that America has had a
powerful impact on the land of
Israel. American investments in
Israel Bonds are affecting every
.part of the State. Everywhere
the touch of America is apparent.
One can find a forest named after
George Washington and a village
named after President Truman.
There is Nathania, named after
Nathan Straus. A settlement has
been named for Henry Morgen-
thau, Jr., chairman of the Board
of Governors of the Israel Bond
Drive.
Large American industries
have established plants in Israel.
The Jerusalem Shoe Factory was
built by an American concern.
Philco and Kaiser-Frazer have
\ plants in Israel. American mak-
| ers of everything from cotton
ware to zippers and plastics have
established businesses there.
America is providing much of
the know-how. The big scheme
. for the creation of a Jordan Val-
| Jey Authority, similar to the TVA,
| was largely the conception of Dr.
Lowdermilk, of the United States
Department of Agriculture. May-
or Hushi, of Haifa, now talks of
the creation of a Port Authority
for the Haifa area, modeled after
the New York Port Authority.
The $500,000,000 Israel Bond
Issue floated in the United States
is the most significant source of
funds for the development of Is-
rael. During the first year of
the Israel Bond Drive, bond mon-
ey, in the words of the late Fi-
nance Minister Eliezer Kaplan,
touched every aspect of Israel's
economy, from individual pro-
jects to the mammoth mining op-
erations of the Megev.
Through an increasing flow of
correspondence, through person-
al contacts by ever larger num-
bers of visitors from America to
Israel and from Israel to Amer-
ica, through investments in Is-
rael Bonds, through various oth-
er channels, the people of Am-
erica and Israel are being drawn
ever closer together. Every seg-
ment of Israel's life reflects its
close relationship with America,
a sincere and rewarding friend-
ship between two democracies. '
GREETINGS
LEE'S
Established 26 years
324 N. E. 13th Street
RODS AND REELS REPAIRED
SHRIMP MULLET
Underwater Equipment
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
RELATIVES AND
ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. A Mrs.
Harry W. Fields
533 15th St. Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Turner's Sport
Shop
"Complete Line oi
Sporting Goods"
40 S.E. 1st Street
Phone 2-6937
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Bdy and Fender Repcdre
7* N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 9-8311
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
Ph-ma 3-8749
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curiot
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1228 Lincoln Hd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 5-2503
"well
DRILLING
Installation of Complete
Sprinkling Systems
Pump Sales and Service
CALL
87-2775
-ALL WORK GLARANTEED-
(hapman
Drilling Co.
3530 S.W. 87th Place
*
II
W.t'M
LANTAFF
Your Congressman
A Happy New Year
To All Our
Friends and Patrons
Roney Plaza Hotel
2:iOI Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
r .
Phone 5-4*11
Co.
Palmer's Miami Monument
"Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders
in
take great pride and privilege
wishing their many friends and customers the traditional
varan nsm,
"MAY YOU It INSCIIIBED ro* A GOOD rA-
Palmer's
Palmer's
Palmer's .
. Over a Quarter of a
Century Leaders in
Quality. Value, Serv-
ice, Economy
1 Over a Quarter of a
Centery Honored.
Respected and
Trusted .
. Over a Quarter of a
Century Serving the
Jewish Community
Continuously and
Faithfully.
Sidney H. Palmer
General Manager
Most of Miami's Leading Families are our best
reference. Ask anyone for recommendation. The
verdict is and always will be Palmer's.
Isidore Pomerantx
Director oj Sales
Family Memorials
WHIR'S Mill mONUMEHT CB. -
Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery Phones 4-5922 4-5407
Designers. Manufacturers and Distributors
of Granite. Marble and Bronze Memorials. Tablets, etc.
Offices. Plants and Display Patios 3279-81 S. W. 8th Street


PAGE 6 B
*Je*ist Fkridiair,
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ,
II YEAR OF PROGRESS IN ISRAEL
it I will take her plan
Continued B
estic n<-. export
an : glass saj
en I and in th< N |
last generations -
s have freed Israel fr
using foreign exchange
i\ ted and highh
. hi : in the council of nations.
I :. .
adust ..... "'" ''';
..-..:. n takinj placi I at n,ca' skl"
and th< I intelligent
in th gut s for the us
sumption.! : mic independ-
ndustry U they had unlimited ti i e
tl at task
own efforts. But
lake of the hundreds of
: raw materials I cer- end I u, usands I newcomers and foi
ic ana gin.-- ind rtries of the thousands of oth-
Large quantities :' industi ... J': ; *"ay" er Jews .-t:ll waiting their turn
mica and pigments I the paint T~" : great projects 10 enter Israel's open door, they
industries have been uncovered : must construct their economic ed-
in the Negev. Copper ore recent- : at Israel the i \: ..:.-, ._, as quickly as possible.
ly found in the historic copper in t Haifa Harboi rder I T. ..__.
mines of K.ng Solomon and other triple its cargo-har.dhng capac al why they have turned
discoveries f ,ron and mangan- 'ty. the estafa ;; American Jewuh commun-
ese ores are expected to furnish new farms on land reclaimed ltv *.r 3 flnancial ''ft over the
Israel with valuable export prod- from the Lake Huleh swamp ar- last hl11- They are not asking for
ucts. ea m the north and the establish- chanty but are offering Amen-
The Fertilizers & Chemicals ment of a new Prt c:t-v at EIath can Jewa an opportunity, through |
Ltd.. plant at Haifa, one of the whlch wlU 8:ve *he Negev access the Israel Bond Issue, to invest
country's most important enter- to the Red Sea ln !ne greatest undertaking in
prises, utilizes phosphates from AU these, and scores ther Jewish history.
the Negev and potash from the projects :' r building a strong and if Americans continue to re-
I Sea to produce chemical self-sufficient nation. ins spond to that offer <>f partite*-
lona will
rhich will
I 51 at< I that by" the end of pulling in their belts to save for- Z"u,'"".',"'"7u"'t !,")"' T d'.'.
able to produce eign curre cj instead :- ^ *"' La"d 0l Perform-
the chemical fertilizer requir- !ng more food and paying heavy ______________________
Israel's gri ilture. In ad- taxes to help finance the long-
diti expanding facilities'range d vide basi s 1 i American investn nts n St
I Israel Bonds are expected to
' ical process i 3 n lustri. fun isl ne I th ef sow
e< m- of for. igi kc) ng I xi I I
' construction of the New Is-
As : ads :: gati n rael. The general feeling is that
readed through the I the Year 5713 will mark the turn-
"' thless desert" is >ng point in Israel's economic life.
'- nsl rmi | int .. ricl TI is is the year of economic de-
-:'' "' ge-scale industrial, cision. Once this "capital ci
mining and agricultural wealth, j is surmounted, the way ahead
Is ael's opening up of the will tx easier. In the near fu-
> egev the most dramatic fea- ture. it is predicted, the newly
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
1JJ
Diamond Cleaners & Tailors
BERNARD SIEGALL, Owner
3655 W. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 83-7692
' ...i sea to produce chemical seii-sunicient nation. ing spond to that offer of
fertilizers i industrial chem- accomplished primarily by the in- ihip, a new Rosn Hashc
icals. Expansion of this industry domitable p< pit f Israel 1 ipon Israel wh
iking apid progress, and it selves They j i rd. be not only the Land of 1
Happj and Protperout }\ew Tear
To All Our Friends and Patrons
Fisher Jewelry
1433 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-2468
Milton Fisher
tun if ;-.
TO ALL GREBTINGS
II ova I Palm
lee Co in pa ny
SOLID CRUSHED CUBES
ICE FOR ALL PURPOSES
438 S.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 3-3671
GREETINGS FROM
Orange
Blossom
AMERICAS FINEST
FRESH FRUIT JUICE
T.omic progress, it settled lar.d will be fruitful, cap-
one facet of her recon- ital investment will be paying off
in a large stream of production
A Happy New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
5924 CORAL WAY
PHONE 67-3602
JIM WOOD
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
West Flagler
Garage
1930 WEST FLAGLER ST.
MIAMI
Phone 2-2121
Thomas Herbert, Prop.
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Service Auto
Repair
154 N.E. 6th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-9572
HARLEY MOORE
GREETINGS
I im Part or
WASHE-TERIA
Wash and Save It
Drop Off Service
Finished Laundry
Dry Cleaning
Open Evenings
1075 N.W. 79th STREET
PHONE 78-9138
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Giovanni's
Restaurant
1005 N.W. 79th STREET
MIAMI. FLA.
TO ALL GREETINGS
Weber's
Ice Cream Company
2301 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 9-0483
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Rapid All
Bendix Laundry
944 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-2203
Fernando 0
A Happy New Year T All
Our Friends and Pat:
Intertown
Motors
3528 W. FLAGLER ST.
MIAMI
Phone 4-2480
Bill Matthews. Mgr.
GREETINGS
Miami Lawn
Mower Co.
Power Mowers Sharpened
Keys Made
All Work Guaranteed
27 S. W. 27th Ave.
Ph. 4-6741
GREETINGS
TOM DUPREE
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 58-5224
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
To All Our Friends and Patrons
KENILW0RTH HOTEL
Open AU Year
OCEAN FRONT AT 102nd STREET
BAL HARBOUR. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-2711
F. A. Sheahan. Mar.
Our Sincere Wishes
for A Happy and Prosperous New Year
A Happy New Y<: T A.:
-
Lui:ndi>r-ll4>Mt.
for.
820 6th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-9642
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ilisc.-tviH' Tiro
and Service
TEXACO PRODUCTS
LUBRICATION OILS
951 N.E. 2nd Are.
Phone 2-7227
*
WSTFLAGLGR
KNNL CLUB
JACOB SHE*, Presid
*ni


)AY
SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
vJcnisti Meridian
PAGE 7 B
dult Jewish Education
By ABRAHAM G. DUKER
Seven Arts Feature. Syndicate
0 o/
mean
Jitif*
Immunity centers, at the same
" the growing realization of
ie need for educating our child-
En to their Jewish heritage has
Led to throw in bold relief
' absence of any consisten or
e absence of any consistent or
education of their parents.
[Often, children who take their
twish learning seriously and
attend good schools, know
ore about Judaism than their
erts and insist on a greater
wree of observance. Such situ-
kions may lead to clashes be-
mcen parents and children, to
he cessation of Jewish educa-
i or to an attitude of cynicism
bout it. It has become abund-
...lv clear that one cannot edu-
ate the child without at the
ame time educating his parents.
It has also become seriously
m u.,sh Congress.)
The vear which expires this week has seen the continua-
f emphasis on the Jewish education of the child and some
' oinn attention to the problem of Jewish education for
The new exodus from city to suburbs and the rise of huge
tment house projects in the cities have brought about an
ion 0f Jewish religious, recreational and educational fa-
uch as Synagogues and the ^ that ^ way q{ ^.^
and culture of the Jew in this
country is overwhelmingly a
product of the television-hypnos-
is and the mass circulation med-
ia, just as is the culture of our
non-Jewish neighbors, and is less
and less the result of specific
Jewish background. The neglect
of Jewish education thus direct-
ly threatens our very survival.
In a world as dangerous and tense
as ours, a community which lacks
intelligence and self-awarness
cannot escape the negative ver-
dict of history.
This is not another annual
prophecy of doom. There are
signs throughout the country that
interest in education is decidedly
on the upswing. This was reveal-
ed in a study which the author
had the privilege of conducting
recently on behalf of the Com-
education institutions, such as
the ones maintained by Young Is-
rael.
Nevertheless, it is quite safe
to state that adult education is
generally being neglected by the
community. The extension cours-
es in the special institutions reach
only a small number of people.
Most of the program materials
published by the national organ-
izations deal with holidays and
occasional celebrations. More-
over, the field is disorganized,
without a central authority to
coordinate efforts, promote in-
terest, prepare and clear cur-
ricular materials and engage in
the necessary research and ex-
perimentation. Few employ full
time professional personnel for
their educational activities.
The study of adult education
undertaken last Spring by the
author revealed first of all an
appalling shortage of informa-
tion, as the educators have been
overwhelmingly focussed on the
child rather than on the adult
Jewish citizen. Statistics are
(Continued on Next Page)
vident that adult Jewish educa- | mjssjon" on Jewish Living of the
major way deter-
lion will in a
nine the kind of Jewish life
community organizations
nidi eventually must emerge
bn the American Jewish scene.
My contacts in many com-
nunities in connection with the
Uucidation of my point of view
be the Maclver Report have serv-
ed to convince me that Jewish
leadership is not sufficiently at
Jhome with the social, political
(and religious trends in America
ind world today that have
I ffects on Jewish life. Since
li education of our
I nd even more so of
adults is insufficient and it is
[( ted in areas >f tradi-
ltmn..l study to the virtual ex-
it knowledge about mod-
Itrn Jewish life, the effect of the
[developing community structure
| dire indeed.
V. must never lose sight of
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
John
Johannes
FINE CUSTOM TAILOR
"The Original John Johannei
Expert Alterations
OUR NEW LOCATION:
2292 CORAL WAY
Phone 4-7755
A Happy New Year To AH
Our Friends and Patrons
Mnrcer Auto
Service
3461 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 83-1595
CLIFF MERCER
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Page's
Garage
2331 S.W. 32nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 48-7102
Dan W. Page
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROME MATTRESS
AND BOX SPRING
CORPORATION
H. SPIVAK
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. CARROLL WILSON
Real Estate Appraiser & Consultant
duPont Building
2027 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 3-2023
American Jewish Congress. All
is by no means lost, but the year
5713 must see a vigorous and
dedicated increase in these activi-
ties, if we are not to etch the
tragic epitaph: Too Little And
Too Late.
Almost every national Jewish
organization, Synagogue and
community center lays claim to
activities in the ficHd of adult
Jewish education. The Jewish
Welfare Board and Hadassah are
most prominent in the field. The
Jewish Education Committee is l
considering seriously steps of to-, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
ordinatir.g adult education efforts
GREETINGS
HART III < I IIH
aii conoitiohi*
N. MIAMI AVE. AT FIRST ST. Phon. 9-8161
BEST WISHES
in New York City. Many organ-
izations, particularly those work-
ing with youth, published study
materials for their groups. Ex-
tension and adult courses are be-
ing given by Jewish institutions
of higher learning in the larger
cities, as well as by special adult
RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
154 N.E. 13th St. 3-1369
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
Kersey
Xursery
CALL 78-8692
lor
Plants Shrubs Trees
13275 N.E. 6th AVENUE
Phone 78-8692
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Hade
2610 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 64-1712
lake Adams
Johnny Torruella
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Trail
Lauiiflerall
5207 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 83-9173
ISIDORE PEARLMAN
A Happy New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
I" & II
Ciarage
501 N.W. 29th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 82-9324
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Walter's
Oarage
2706 N.W. 32nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 64-1042
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Mary H. Fowler
SEAMSTRESS
Also Laundry and Dry Cleaning
1023 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 2-0614
bmmvMG^
ABl'SmID '9'ft
.**N9-C0ft<*eTC.
CONCRETE BLOCKS
Executire Ojfices:
1780 PURDY AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone 5-0471


PAGE 8 B
rJatliii fkrkhcur
J*B*Kr.mrram*
13.
THE SITUATION IN
JEWISH EDUCATION
COMMUNITY ADULT
-
scar t w reliable, but
schools
it :s possible or. the r..- I
ten < > s with active pen
it:t > in t;-c field ir..-i the :hi Ic-
ing : .--- .- it ..
i;-:. i arrive at some esl
On the k leveli :at is
th a 1
which hi od fund;
n ects.- k th its
jsIj ar.d ncerti ily
.: nclude Hi
lieges
t-- R
i ties at Y<
sity and 1 I -
J< studies tl l i.--
sitiea It u si
thai to i
' annual some 350 per-
> can be said I
i -. education .:. J
' "- t is indeed
ai number in relati n i
total Jewis f pulati
the Ji I popu tion
fur :: r. this nura nust c mc
ou; :! Idren's teachers
The situation a tl
level ppears tc b in
II n estimated thai i
ly 8 .*oung people
or less than 4 per ent I
attending Jewish elementary
are enrolled in J
" this sec ndar>' level.
' the high de-
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Most I thesi scl Is exist
. .: i od very few oper-
n t full time, regular four-
M
taths tten ling mplete their
-.-: Igei :f 15 to 17.
Included in -
the col-
legi students -
stud; Founda-
ns. the 200- nts in
. : ng fell -
:>-.:
ns stu
I icational instil i
:. n : ills an
ips il sh
. U1
formly reporl
: gist! ::.: years. All
sibti esti-
.: for J
: eiving
some sort (Jewis educatioi
I level
gh school lei
. : thi nts at l
irses giver t Synagogues
the stu
'":' : : adult edu it Some of
:: wi II- rganizi
. ricula with geared t
ferent levels of student ati
thers are nothing m n
lecture p.- j
tendance varies in direct p:
tion to the prominence of the
:':-. -
aduit education courses are re-
strict. : mainly to elementary
subjects to fit the needs of per-
sons whose primary edu. |
stopped with Ba: Mitzvah or con-
Little :f any change can be
noted in the sdult education pro-
grams of Jewish community cen-
lince they were studied in
1946 by Dr. Oscar L. Janowsky.
He noted then that, "very few
Jewish centers have developed
an integrated educational pro-
gram." pointing to a trend in the
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direction of lecture, music and
.book programs as against con-
rganized study. In the
intervening years, television and
". : seem to have taken
i lecture evei
ings at the centers, a steadily de-
ttendanci being reported
> l< [ ttti era ntei direct irs and
Rabbis alike The growth of adult
er institutes is but a small
compensation.
In the Synagogues of the Con-
servative mov. men! and the
ere is a: good
a< that in the Orthodox and K -
-.- it is ted thai
- 63 pi ent ol all i i
nduct adult
are bud-

sis : th< urs< -
n the Hel
the Bibli |
As gainst i n He-
80 per
...... ns. and
Bible in 51 pei y 24 per
em
- |, n |
There :- bvi usly a lack of em-

M

'" enters, : tj) s
t taught
: higher
5I I stu lies .. re.
ted d the san level I
to year. Whir, we add tie
fact that integrated curricula and
proper textbooks are sadly lack-
ing, it becomes apparent that
the level of education is not
likely ever to rise above that of
the rankest beginner in most sub-
jects.
The problem of proper mater-
ials from organized curricula.
which would set a course of
achievement in Jewish studies, to
text books and ,uer
'" many ways a ^
tiro ,.-. I w
- 'oth,
tire problem,
ing in scattf
ways, with-..it
common perspt
likely basically
it gloomy i
The absence of
~mm Perspec?S!CJe,J*
^p^re^N
enC( (.' rnnrj.
coordinatioBi
HI
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PAGE 9B
president's Xante Perpetuated by Kfar Truman Village in Israel
President TrUMA1* Receiving Scroll of Trib-
ute from Jewish National Fund at Kfar
Truman Dinner, the first Zionist Cathering
,-ver to be personally addressed by
President of the United States.
Right to Left: Dr. Harris J. Levine, Presi-
dent Jewish National Fund; President
Harry S. Truman, and Abba Eban, Israel
Ambassador to the United States.
SittingRight to Left: Associate JuMice
Felix Frankfurter; Vice President Alben
W. Barkley and Associate Justice William
0. Douglas.
Standing: Congressman Abraham J. Multer
of Brooklyn. N. Y.; Fred Monosson,
National Chairman of Kfar Truman;
Oscar Chapman. Secretary of the Interior;
Dr. Harris J. Levine; John W. Snyder,
Secretary of the Treasury and Mendel N.
Fisher, Executive Director of the Jewish
National Fund.
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vJcnist fkridiar.

FRIDAY.SEPTEMttPE
13,
Jewish Community Orsanization
By H. L. LURIE
Executive Director. Counc:! of Jewish Federation
and Weliare Funds'
J. Jewli
'
distributed and utilized,
has been an occasional
and several are today in
tions
i been
There
Research in social work is usually defined as the applica-1 process jn a large city federation
fion of scientific methods of study to a field of interest. Such to explore contributors" attitudes i
research may have the purpose of adding to the fund of lenowl- and to survey the techniques of
edge or of testing the validity of theories, objectives and as- :'und raising. The general field I
sumptions which underly t<-;hniques and programs. of social welfare has contributed
For the purpose of discussion, I should like to broaden the I some additional research on phil-
term -research" to include all lanthropic giving, but on the.
systematic efforts that are under- :n 1929 b>' Bureau of Jewish whole. there is very- little that is |
Social Research at the initiative j yet known through research j
of Samuel A. Goldsmith1. The methods concerning the processes
Jewish Welfare Board collects .and results of fund raising in this
and publishes annual statistics'country,
on center services: the Jewish j -r^ field of jewlsh commun- I
Occupational Council, on voca- __.,
Ity relations has been undertak-
t:onal agencies- .. ,,
mg research on the extent
There is, however, verv little
^experience with this study points
up some of the inherent difficul-
ties in Jewish research.
If we turn our attention to the
l which these funds have [field of Jewish community organ-
ization and focus on the tech-
niques and methods
ministration oi jewi
al work, we fid that th^
lber of ttJj
material or.
considerable number
and quantity
(Continued on
Pa
taken to organize and evaluate
data utilized in a field for the
purpose of operation and admin-
istration. I recognize that in
doing so I am stretching the term
"research" to include many pro-
jects which the experts would
properly disqualify.
My justification for broaden-
ing the term "research" is the
fact that nearly all projects which
have been undertaken either by
local Jewish communities or by
national agencies and other
groups are directly involved in or
are outgrowths of the processes
: community or agency admin-
istrati in. A more important reas-
on is that research is a basic I
in effective community organiza-
ti n u d that we need to b>
erned in -his discus;, n with all
the ways materials
and metfc .is of research are ap-
plied.
Without undertaking an inven-
tory of the various surveys and '
st .3:<-< that have been made in
the field, it may oe desirable to
indicate briefly some examples
indispensable types of re-
search, data which, are available
and which must be at hand
most research, objectives and I
st some of the more serious gaps
in the accumulated body of :
ireh.
Jewish demographic data.
which is ssential I nearh
Jewi --.-.;
st part of i
.-...: |
" '- in each city
. iintr a: i Tr.e total
: tct is far froi
Si tudies ui takei
' ''' plac may al: givi
leads n size I
ran agi posil
itizenshi]. educatioi
upational butioi :
have been too f.
.-.-. population studies :n I
same communities to yield sig-
nificant information on demo-
graphic trends.
(b) There is even a greater
scarcity of data on cultural and
religious practices and affiliations
or on psychological attitudes. We
have little or no material about
synagogue attendance or observ-
ances, intermarriage, or on atti-
tudes toward or affiliations with
Jewish ideological organizations.
There are only a few studies of
the changing pattern of cultural
behavior. We are beginning to
have some annual statistics on
enrollment in Jewish education-
al agencies collected by the Am-
erican Association for Jewish Ed-
ucation, but they cover as yet too
small a period of time for deter-
mining trends.
It is generally acknowledged
that there are great gaps in our
knowledge and understanding of
Jewish sociology and demog-
raphy. The fact that we are a
small community, relatively well
organized, and our leadership,
lay and professional, is relatively-
well informed, compensates only
in part for our lack of systematic
studies in these fields.
(c) We are in a somewhat bet-
ter situation with regard to Jew-
ish communal services and fund
raising, where assembled data is
available to supplement or sub-
stantiate our informed opinions.
In the field of health and wel-
fare services we have, in ad-
dition to local statistics, a con-
siderable amount of quantitative
data collected by the Council of
Jewish Federation and Welfare
Funds from the various fields of
social welfare (which was started
is. however, very
qualitative research produced by
Jewish agencies or by non-sec-
n counterparts This lack is
more striking in some fields of
medical service. We do not know
through research the actual pur-
values : results of the
work of such agencies. In the
i field, there '-.a.- been no
study of the differen-
tials in bjectives t methodol-
85 rapared with the non-
: :an field of social welfare.
In the area of fund raising,
quantitative data I n col-
-. regularly for .. nun rer of
ears i nti ib iitors and
tributions, on the am unt
funds :-j:=ed and on the din
and
nature of anti-Semitism, and
there has also been some testing
of program materials and meth-
ods. The recent study by Pro-
fessor Maclver was primarily-
concerned with the unsolved
problems of organization and sec-
ondarily with ar. analysis of the
strategy ol the methods and tech-
niques used and the validity of
the programs as a whole in re-
lati n to the objectives of these
. zati :.- W( are all famil-
iar with the agency controversies
ed by this study on the
ns for reorganiza-
with relatively little atten-
ding given at this time to '
the important evaluation of pro-
gram ntent and objectives. The
I
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JenistffccMfap
PAGE 11 B
I
btlnued /''>'" Preceding Pae>
Lr purposes of administra-
land for growth and improvc-
L jn operations. As a dynam-
Lvemenl responding to the
Icing currents of needs and
[,!< Jewish community or-
Lio'n has relied more heav-
en formulated principles and
Idards than on statistics and
Educational methods rather
on research procedures.
he economic needs, folk-
and cultural interests of
Jewish population have
w(A, federations have been
fronted with new problems
[in react mi? to external and
ijal pressures, organization
[been developed and admin-
tiun has been adapted large-
|n an empirical basis. Infor-
|on and statistics are collect-
Ir the field as a whole or for
lific parts of it, and admin-
|i,on locally has recognized
[need for fact-finding and for
Imation on those matters
|h arc (if immediate and prac-
I concern.
,.. broad field of administra-
Iresearch in Jewish commun-
I organization has been at-
UnK and has achieved a sys-
[' : pi iach to problems to
fcr it has tried U) relate the
[table k iwledge. It has util-
;.- standards and aims the
evements of what are con-
tic! ti be igenciea with pres-
.:. the field. In the process
Bevelopment, the services of
consultant or expert have
fri widely utilized.
: exists a large quantity
JMSembled and unevaluated
Li.al on which some definitive
lan.n on Jewish community
pnization can be based. There
be statistics, record and
kti I ni federations, councils
| funds, annual and committee
reports, reports of field visits
and releases which can be util-
ized for studies of local organiza-
tion and for any national evalu-
ation which might be undertaken.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds has had
a varied experience over the
years with the tasks of research
which are involved in commun-
ity organization. Concentrating
primarily on applied research we
have been involved in general
and overall surveys of Jewish
communal structure and agencies,
of specific agencies or problems
and in numerous consultations
involving aspects of agency ad-
ministration and planning. Em-
phasizing the instrumental na-
ture of research in community
planning, the research design in
a specific situation must be re-
lated to the capacity of the com-
munity to become involved in
and to assimilate and utilize the
research findings.
With increasing professional
competence in local administra-
tion, few cities want a general
survey or an overall study of all
agencies but are more inclined
to proceed on a piecemeal bas-
is, giving concentrated attention
to one field of work or one phase
of administration at a time. There
are very few communities at this
time that on mature consideration
will decide to engage in a com-
plete survey or self-survey.
This current focus on specific
rather than on the overall situ-
ation does not mean however that
there is not also some interest in
trying to grasp the meaning of
the total picture of communal
work. Those involved are pre-
occupied with the day to day
pressures and the annual financ-
ing and planning, but they rec-
ognize decisions made from day
to day must be related to a larg-
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or perspective of future condi-
tions and needs. They are aware
not only of their own theories
and assumptions about the future
of Jewish communal life but of
other views and objectives held
by different sections of the Jew-
ish population or propounded by
various religious or secular lead-
ers or other intellectual elements.
Such theories at times may be
remote from the pragmatic as-
pects of communal administra-
tion or may be clearly minority!
views rejected by the active par-
ticipants and supporters of com-
munal organization. Neverthe-
less, there has been sufficient re-
sponse to these views and suf-
ficient interest in the basic ques-
tions which they pose to influence
the CJFWF to establish in 1950,
a national committee on Jewish
community organization which is
concerning itself not only with
specific problems but also with
some of the broader and more
general questions of the objec-
tives, trends and results of com-
munal work. A national com-
mittee has been reviewing avail-
able data, discussing trends and
stimulating local discussion
groups.
The major research project in
Jewish community organization
in which the committee is now
engaged, however, has been de-
signed primarily as an experi-
ment in applied research. It is
attempting to evaluate current
community organization proces-
ses against the broad perspective
of Jewish communal life and to
explore the values of some new
methods in self studies which
might be helpful techniques in
community organization. In. this
task, the Committee is being as-
sisted by a technical committee
which includes a number of re-
search scholars as well as com-
munity organizers.
The Committee started out
with the assumption that there
exist various ideological or doc-
trinal theories about the Jew-
ish community and of the ob-
jectives for its development and
program. It is making no attempt
to study or evaluate these theor-
ies as such. It recognizes, how-
ever, that the people who hold
and who transmit ideological or
theoretical views are some of the
elements which influence the dy- I
namic and changing processes of
community life. Ihere is avail- j
able for our general study a great;
deal of information from a va-;
riety of sources about the strut- !
ture, agencies, activities and re-
sults of community organization
and some data about the history
and social economic aspects of
specific communities.
As a first step in obtaining ad-
ditional research data, a number
of communities have been asked
to undertake experimental stud-
ies whose broad purpose is to
evaluate the nature, objectives
and activities of their central
communal organization. Three
cities are now engaged in these
pilot studies which are nearing
completion. Each community or-
ganized a study committee for
this purpose. The first stage, af-
ter securing a general under-
standing and acceptance of the
study, was the development of
an inventory of how the central
organization (the Federation or
Community Council) functioned,
through what procedures, in what
areas and with what results.
There is nothing new in this
type of inventory which has been
used on various occasions both in
outside surveys and in self stud-
ies.
The second stage of individual
interviews, however, involves a
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red and discrimination, on soil
3 reply reddened by the blood
of their k.n. ir.d wait for their.
deliverance.
For nearly seven decades, the
5713
1952-53
ROSH
HASHONA
GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS. LEO AXLEGD
EVELYN SUNSHINE HERSHBZIN
EDDYSE AXLROD HERSHBEin
of the
EMPIRE FURNITURE
take this opportunity to extend
their best wishes to pecr-ie
cf the Jewish faith ell
over the world.
Jew who needed assistance has
called out to HIAS in his appeal
HIAS has always heard his voice.
HIAS has never let him down.
' This has been the sacred mission
of the old and honorable institu-
tion, but this mission would nev- I
er have been accomplished if:
HIAS hid not been supported.
from a full heart, by the Jews
of the United States. This sup- ,
port. I know, will be forthcom-
.ng as long as there is a Jew il
the whole wide world who needs
:escue ar.d as long as HIAS is
there tj rescue h:m.
uued frtim Preceding Page,
method that has not been com- ',
monly used ir. community stud-J
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPFY NEW YEAR
Carpenters* District Council
Miami, Florida
E. E. SANDSTROM
President
H. E. MOWS
Sec'y.-Trea.
GEORGE L MITCHELL
Business Representative
MARVIN L HAMMACX CHARLES M VALCIS
Ass't. Bus. Rep. Ass't. Bus. Rep.
ARTHUR E. STEWART
Ass't. Bus. Rep.
except for more limited ob-
jectives. A cross section of lead-.
ership, i the central organiza-
tion, and in both constituent and
non-affiliated groups, was select-
ed for the purpose of intensive
interviews to elicit their atti-
tudes toward the communal or-
ganization, iu structure, func-
tion cd extent I community
and involvement.
problen areas and commun-
' questions.
rvi ws based upon
inl i the study
ol the
IJFWF with
" v ted by a
SCI
stablished
ittee and
v.
i
ip has
at 3 to 40
of
J pu-

;. irp e
ictions
- :. B
' in)
individuals
: ip Th. re-
nt! w and from
' will then
U become the1
for further study and re-
from the Study Commit-
the community at
large The piocedun- fur this
part of the study process is now
oeing planned
Since the project .< incomplete j
it cannot be predicted whether or
10 what extent this type 0f re-
search approach is helpful to a
comn unity in improving or de-
veloping its communal orgamza-
Wlving any of ,ts cur-
rent problems We believe, how-
ever, that it will g:ve a clearer'
unde :vines and^
"'- '--- bettei perspective'
on the meaning of its programs}
Md should be helpful to further
, i planning.
I
FRIDAY. SE?TEM3rp l3
-Mr. and Mr*.
Ilarrv Saffer
and I amilv

Extend Their Best Wish* ]
TO ALL FOa A
HAPPY NEW YEAH
Ben Touster
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1952-5713
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We wish all our friends and
patrons and all the Jewish
people a year of health,
happiness and prosperity

" i Hi 1/ instead oj a TRl ATMES*
... imoki OLD GOLDS,


,AY SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
"rJenisf, Fkridian
PAGE 13 B
eg end And Tale
K
Compiled by
BI NAI'HTALI HOROWITZ
_OLD CUSTOM
J?NG FHENCH JEWS .
benu Bechai, in his book
-chon Shel Arba (Table for
tells of an old custom that
Widespread among well-to-
nd charitable French Jews.
B,t tables which were pre-
d for indigent Jews for spec-
such as weddings
would later be
coffins for the rich
Tin object of this cus-
was to demonstrate that
|ng ren aim of a man's work
deeds but the table of kind-
ad charity.
leccasions.
holidays,
it is done in the performance of
Mitzvahs?"
An eminer.t Gaon straightened
this matter Out in the following
manner. The performance of ev-
ery Mitzvah requires certain
preparations, such as washing of
the hands, and saying a thanks-
giving prayer. The Mitzvah of
charity, however, is an excep-
tion to the rule, for the time spent
in preparations might render the
recipient of charity past help.
Rabbi Meiseles. He once tried
to call upon a rather tight-fisted
millionaire to ask him for a dona-
tion for some important project.
But the wealthy man always re-
fused to see the Rabbi with the
pretext that he was very busy
and had no time to talk to him.
When the millionaire died,
Rabbi Meiseles was asked to de-
liver the funeral oration. Rabbi
Meiseles began in the following
fashion:
"Woe be to us. Rabbi Zalmen.
When you had money you never
had time, and now when you
have plenty of time on your
The Torah therefore enjoins us: ; hands, unfortunately you do not
If a poor man knocks at your i have any money."
door, lose no-time in saying
prayers, but help him promptly.
WHEN ARE THE
RICH HUNGRY? .
Once a year, on the Day of
Atonement, when fasting is re-
quired, the well-fed wealthy man
experiences the hunger pains
which a poor man feels during
the entire year.
PLENTY OF TIME NOW .
VORD TO SMOKERS .
Chelmer Maggid, intiner-
[preacher of Chelm, told the
pwing parable:
; once rrel a rather stout man
i smoked furiously. Upon my
he smoked so much, Thp {o)]owing ^ fl_
ephed that he did it in order ^ we Warsaw
to digest the rjch foods
little later I met a
ei
fite. A
lean man who also smoked
inuously. When I asked him
he smoked so much, he
u ,,; that he was always
hungry and when he smok-
fcis hunger was somewhat ap-
Led. 1 therefore thought to
keif." the preacher conclud-
F'lhal it the stout man would
give up some of his fst to
lean man neither would have
noke."
UTAGE OF THE PIOUS .
Jfcen the Rabbi of Apt was
\iini: t te end of his days, he
i.i ned hi? children and told
the epiteth on his
r. i should contain no en-
;.. other than the simple
tdf: A Lover Of Mankind.
tuRS AND MINE .
[.it chasidim of Chabad were
I kindhearted that they were
to say: "This loaf of bread
bvh I possess is yours as well
I mint Fotice that they first
"yours" and then "mine."
lARITY REQUIRES
k)MPTNESS .
ami ask: "Why is not grace
! Bvei ;.n act of charity, as
GLAD HE CAME .
TWo rich men from the city of
Ger, both of them Chassidim, a-
greed to give each other's child-
ren in marriage. In the mean-
time, one of them became impov-
erished. The other thereupon
wanted to cancel the agreement.
As was the custom in those days,
he went to the Rabbi to release
him from the promise.
After listening to the story,
the Rabbi replied: "It's a good
trring that you came to ask me."
The Chassid was greatly mysti-
fied by this cryptic reply and
asked the Rabbi what he meant.
"It's all very simple," the Rab-
bi explained. "It is- a good thing
that you came to me and not the
other one. If the fortune had
been reversed, and he remained
rich and you beccme poor, he
would have come to me."
A WORTHWHILE SIN .
Rabbi Mendele Vizhnitzer was
very soft-hearted and always
gave away whatever he possess-
ed. A friend of his once asked
him about it. "How is it," he
said, --that you give everything
you own, when the Gemorah ex-
plicitly states that whoever gives
alms should give no more than
a fifth of his property?"
Rabbi Mendele thereupon re-
plied: "To transgress against the
precepts established by our sages
is indeed a heavy sin which mer-
its hell. But in the morning when
I distribute a fifth of what I own.
and a man comes to me and com-
plains that he has no bread for
his wife and children, I cannot re-
strain myself from committing
this sin. and I give away the rest.
For such a sin 1 would even go
to hell."
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OUR FRIENDS AND PATRON'S
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MIAMI BEACH
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""PAY. SEPTEMBER
ISRAEL'S MINERAL RESOURCES
Ino.i
_ '... Jewirt Telegraphic A#ecy
of available metal is more or less
accurately ascertained.
Copper ore in the Negev is not
at the usual composition (it is
r.ot combined with sulphur and
carbonate, as ;n many copper-
as" localities', but we under-
expenments have establish-
ed a comparatively easy method
: -\:: :.::.. .. : the metal from
the arc the so-called "wet
(This is one of a series
( five ancles on Israel's min-
eral wealth and its exploita-
tion by the noted Israel _
eer. mineral expert and butit -
essman Moshe A Novomeysky
Bv MOSHE A NOVCMEVSKY
Next :r. iflIf :. DO M the
phosphates discovered ia
Negev ^s the extensive prospect-
:r.g work : sep sita
the Wad: Axadi aaairtilrca r- method." i? ataJatt the furnace
the Msh>a< I htM
Tt-.e be*: haoen Bespat ftapat-
:ti sre Boasted Bee: T-:
the >:_:- : Treat rder Dc
>'eisoc Ghaeck ii da
cf the Americu S
r-.ti. F.est;.rcj K .":-_.-.:
d ecd the sursequent elec-
:. cal separation of the metal ,
Urge depose, before more i
exaaeatea prospecting work has |
bees cansaeled but Um figure of,
;JJ" H LOT : nod certain
para eaaaag tad prospect-.
. s -4 i: imginc T-ei
i >..:, m .?__ rf.**asji : *-- -- awtal from all.
Al ::...-. | -i ?P*f -" JS. the
describa tow -: sradaear ia the world. 1
tra ta a i US I : .!*v i.-c fafl -
fun -.-.-; ." :: a IB :"-
.- ? I : ig i ----- wphatei [ta up
metal ; i 5c i Ptwe- react aet so i -..-- ad ia the
-.:.:- -=.;:;- reppeggrtS H.- sorid t U
ins of Tyn i the :nre jf Napfc- group it count] are
-- :ts t. Of the total i
ppet .-:: gnai na t jetton at the end of th ul
n many place* .- ..-. rai fa : toni there
S uthern N-_-. spread ich domin-
.: it nly n I lucti n the US with
by sysl tic gi gical surveys some 33 of the total ver 1
pr specting and drilling that it million tona C ile with some
ee.--. proved that copper oc- 500.000 tons. Canada and North-
un nces in the Negev are not em Rhodesia with 250.000 tons
ted to impregnations, or to I each. The balance was spread
v. :..-.: is called in mining "pock- over countries with small pro-
ets." and that some defined horiz- duction in Europe. Asia and Af-
-- 'i copper-bearing strata have I rica.
n established, and the ques- j Copper prices in normal times
n of exploitability has become' Were comparatively low. In the
a matter for discussion. In a thirties, it was some S191 per
small area of some 200 duarr.s ton. With the beginning of the
50 acres i some 10 miles from second World War and the intro-
Elath. a pper ore mass con- duction of ceilings, the price in
..ted 20.000 to the US was fixed at $265 a ton.
25.000 toi has been and 62 pounds per ton in Lon-
; n With the ei [the war
--"- nd pi : beginning of the rearma-
nd it ill m nt U metal prices a
extern The latest prk< I
...... US ii :
in London at 231 pounds a metric
ton.
It is of course difficult to pre-
dict how long present high prices
will continue. Notwithstanding
the fact that American stockpil-
ing has somewhat slowed down,
copper prices in 1952 are by a
few pounds per ton higher than
they were in 1951.
During the late war. with the
considerable development of the
manufacture of light metals
(aluminum, magnesium), there
were views expressed in authori-
tative quarters in the States that
large quantities of copper and
its alloys might be displaced by
light metals. This view has not
been substantiated, however, in
the post-war years. Copper will
always be in demand for thous-
ands and thousands of electric
motors, telephones and electrical
equipment of all kinds. The elec-
trical industry alone takes about
50'J- of the world's total copper
production.
The consumption of soap is
19,
considered an index of the cul-
tural standard of a country. The
I consumption of copper is an in-
idex of a country's general in-
dustrial development.
The newspapers recently re-
ported an aereement reached be-
tween the Mazzavei Israel and
a Belgian Iirm, expeits in cop-
per extraction from ore, which
undertook the preparation of a
blueprint for the exportation of
the Negev copper deposits and
the chemical extraction of the
metal. It was stated that this
firm will receive its fees only
from the proceds of exported
copper. If this is correct, it would
prove that the Belgian firm,
which undertook tl
faith in the exploiubjj
Negev copper deposits
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*Jewlsti fkridiiciri
PAGE 15 B
IT JEWISH
Continued from Page 8 B)
ewisi life, or of any overall
ement <>n approach and aims,
for the most part limited
usefulness of the materials
lished by them. A most im-
ant shortcoming and one
h the Commission on Jew-
;ving of the AJC is working
Inrcome i the absence of
.,,(i,l curriculum or adult
iish education which will pro-
an approach for dealing with
,;,.' i: various levels of back-
ed and interest. Without
a curriculum, guidance to
ip< and schools presents an
ust impossible problem, and a
great incentive for more ser-
local undertakings is absent.
the field of text books and
bj for adult Jewish studies,
very severe lack of
juate m.ilerials in all areas
tpt that of Israel and Zion-
For instance, there is no
slactory text book or out-
i of American Jewish historv
ich covers the entire field with
r on the 20th century.
;re is an appalling absence of
: ials on the soci-
notions and organiza-
' of the Jewish community of
a lack which is gall-
no! onlj because of Jewish
because works of
kind would be invaluable in
trpreting the Jew to the sen-
unity. Thus, the latest
it text o Jewish community
i was published in
IS. and th< latest text book
worldwide Jewish sociology
rap! y was written be-
w rid War II.
!n this connection, it should ai-
bf noted that the general edu-
mn Of our young people is a
Ilv significant factor in the
mation of their attitudes to-
irds Jewish life, and therefore
ihortage of materials which
uld engender a positive ap-
ach to Jews in the general ed-
tational institutions is criminal,
special study of the implica-
s fur Jews of present college
ichings in history, sociology
ar.thropology is very much
order, particularly when we
Re a recent popular history of
Mid War II, which does not ev-
il the Jewish tragedy,
ok in modern history
ich places exclusive blame on
Jews for the Palestine crisis
a tendency among American
[otologists to view Jewish will
survive as unreasonable self-
Kregation.
It is the author's conviction
at the keystone to the entire
Iructure is the development of
integrated curriculum which
Id be suitable for a large
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lum should be the object of ex-
perimentation in a number ofi
localities and organizations of dif-;
ferent types. It should be de-'
signed to meet the needs of
adults, centering on the life of.
the Jews in America and lead-
ing from there to the study of
Jewish history, international
Jewish problems, social trends
in community organibation, as
well as the Jewish way of living.
the Jewish religion, philosophy
and literature. It is hoped that
the present efforts of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will bear
fruit in this direction.
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Extend To All Jewry Their
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IN wishing you a happy
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
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This Israeli workman celebrates Rosh Hashona by straddling a water pipeline in the parched
Central Negev. m he tightens the bolls in place with a wrench. The water pipeline project for en-
riching desert areas in Israel is only one of dox?ns of Life Saving and Life Giving programs sup-
ported by the United Jewish Appeal Campaign here under the auspices of The Greater Miami
A Mm-i'v and Pro*peroi New Year
To An. Our Friends and Patrons
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Phones 5-3190 58-3811
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UJA's Noble Record
This section oi The Jewish Floridian is d eroted to a representation ol Israel reborn,
especially to the countless, heroic souls survivors oi a holocaust in Europe and the
Near East who have reached the new stale. From many classes and marry societies
they came, remnants of a shattered people whose dignity and humanity had been chal-
lenged, to re-create the ancient birthright of their race. Principally significant in the first
Great Return of modern times has been the United Jewish Appeal, whose Life Giving
arrd Life Saving projects here and abroad aid in assuring the successful upbuilding oi
IsraeL The varied facets of UJA's work are sufficiently illustrated and recounted in the
following pages to warrant little more comment about their purposeexcept perhaps to
say that this Rosh Hashona can be a gigantic and eventful holiday in the new state ii
further, wholehearted aid through its local fund raising agency, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is forthcoming to win economic freedom and independence.
By DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
Executive Vice Chairman, United Jewish Appeal
In the past fifteen years. American Jews, through the instrument of the United Jewish Appeal
have written a noble humanitarian record. American Jewish support of the United Jewish Appeal
Sm stood at the heart of a gigantic, historic and unprecedented effort to rescue Jews from annihil-
ation ~nd to brine into being a sanctuary for the homeless and oppressed.
What heean as a temporary method of meeting the Hitlerite emergency has grow* through the
ye.rl^nfoWntmuoJSTXrt'of global proportions to save lives, to sustain others and. m recent
years, to help in the upbuilding and settlement of the State of Israel
American Jews can view this record with pride, reading there a
dramatic story of rebirth and development. ........ ._
In January. 1939, the United Jewish Appeal was established in
order to form a single fund-raising agency which could supplant
the separate campaigns of the Joint Distribution Committee, United
Palestine Appeal (now the Unit- rorred American Jewish concern
for the immediate plight of Jew-
ish populations in many lands
and under many circumstances.
And the most unique role of UJA
has been that this largest of Am-
erican Jewry's instrumentalities
A Happy New Year To All
Cur Friends and Pairons
flora'*
tleauty Salon
1457 DREXEL AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7561 Miss Flora
ed Israel Appeal) and the Na-
tional Coordinating Committee
for Aid to Refugees (later called
the National Refugee Service
and now the United Service for
New Americans.)
Since that time, UJA has mir-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Biltmore Cleaners
43 NX. 38th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 71276 H. J. HAYDEN
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL MY FRIENDS
Dr. Joseph E. Williams
LeJeane Road Hospital
393 AHAGON AVENUE
Pnone 48-5576
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-7888
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Chnrehill
Apt. Hotel
3801 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
Phone 5-6657
Irving Nash David Becker
was and is concerned not only
with the negative issue of meet-
ing suffering but. equally, with
the building of lives.
The United Jewish Appeal in
1939, raised $15,000,000 for Jew-
ish needs all over the world, help-
ing 88,000 Jews flee from Nazi
Germany and 45,000 Jews to es-
cape from other countries in
Europe. These funds aided in the
settlement of tens of thousands
(Continued on Next Page)
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MIAMI SIGN &
DISPLAY CO.
928 N. MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 9-1349
PATTERSON BROTHERS
GROWERS MARKET
1329 N.W. 21st Terrace
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Miami Beach Boat Slips, Inc.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
Phone 5-5385
CAPT. JOHN F. MANSON
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fowler A
Golden, Inc.
REALTORS
19 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 9-0523
Best Wishes
ASTOR ELECTRIC SERVICE
MIAMI 2136 N.W. 1st AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 1836 WEST AVENUE


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nUDAY, SEPTEMBER
13,
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Bwr
and Fa mil >
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BROWN'S INTERIORS
Established 1925
2320 N. MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 3-2520
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Mount Royal Manor
The Shindcrmans
6061 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-1451
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL: II RECORD
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
YANDERBILT HOTEL
2009 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-0761
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS ANTJ PATRONS
Surf comber Hotel
1717 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 53-7511 Jack Lieberbaum. Owner
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
^m^^tcrfo-i
R.Ec"REAL ESTATE. BROKE*
1544 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 38. FLORIDA
HAPPY ANT PROSPr_-C'.'S ?.'E'.V YEAR '.'.
All OUR FRIENDS AM PATRONS
ARROW PARCEL DELIVERY
503 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 5-6160
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Raleigh Cleaners & Laundry
2048 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Phone 3-6143
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
X-L Cleaners, Inc.
734 S.W. 22nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 48-6698
(Continued from Preceding Page)
' in Palestine and bringing nearly
3,000 others to America each
month. But. with the indescrib-
able disaster which befell the
Jews of Europe during World
(War II. tha need for the United
Jewish Appeal to provide for the
rescue and rehabilitation of those
who survived increased so rapid-
ly that in 1948. the sums raised
during any one year reached a
total of S150.000.000 ten times
that ot UJA's first yen:.
It is a tremendous tribute to
the \isnn of American Jews in
the thousands of communities
. ontinue t -urns
on beh the United .1
.'-. il that t i :
to] Eollowii :
. V V -
The I overseas J
: ays beer. !
I
F Hit
I
nd Bui A
i
ter of th .. | hi
i llines, It w >ul
fruitless now to recall to many.
The memory of those da;
still too fresh with us. Who does
not remember the reports in 1939.
of looted stores and desecrated
synagogues in Germany, the ac-
celeration of violence from that
point onward culminating in the
criminal murder of 6.000.000 Jews
by gas and fire? It is possible
to say, on the other hand, that
many hundreds of thousands
weje saved through the heroic
tl rts of UJA agencies.
Even war-time conditions did
rtop the Joint Distribution
Committee from supporting more
than ., million Jews in Europe
the very years of con-
flict when communications were
ften cut. when JDC offices
wen I reed to close in countries
. tl Wermacht and
nd when American
: to be- cor verted into
UTency and distributed
tax it underground channels..
But the work went on because
. I
. agencies hurdled nearly
tide. In 1944. when
frictions and war-time |
ips made the work of the ;
I Palestine Appeal most I
:-. 20.000 newcomers reach- |
ed Palestine nevertheless. The!
UPA allowed nothing to stop the
vital work of immigration and
settlement in the land that is |
now Israel. In those days. too. '
the National Refugee Service was
using UJA funds to overcome
A Happy N.w Year To .
Our Fri.df and ^
SHOREHAM NORM*
Hotels 4 Villas
Ocecm Front-Fifth to Sixth!
Miami Beach
N. Liebling, pres
H. J. Stupell, Mgr.
discrimination against foreign-
born workers and to help thous-
, ands of refugees find gainful em-
j ployment in the US.
In the years that followed, the
barbed wire fences of the Dis-
play, d Persons camps in Europe
became the symbol of a continu-
ing tragedy. Today, thanks to
American Jewry and the UJA.
; the nightmarish DP camps are
all but an ugly memory.
Survival, was the slogan for
UJA in 1946. and S100.000.000
was forthcoming to help relieve
immediate post-war Jewish suf-
fering. Two years later, an in-
dependent State of Israel became
a reality. The work of UJA
since that time has tak-
turn. UJA funds have
continui savi livi -. but there
rtunitj is well
n, whose
to all the homeless
if 18.433 new-
I Man lated
: pstim Fi 1939, to the timi
f Isi
18.834 h in
: 'alestine. Be-
enl day,
700
I I with thi
i : thi funds made available to
the United Jewish Appeal by
American Jews.
Through the United Jewish Ap-
peal, 26,000 persons every month
during 1947. wire fed and given
medical help on the Island of
Cyprus, and 20.000 of them were
given such help every month in
1948. In February. 1949. when
the last internee left Cyprus for
Israel and the g"ates of that island
camp were closed forever, it was
the UJA that provided the funds
to help them reach their new
homiland for a new, if belated,
beaii ning.
Between 1948 and 1952, immi-
gration became the principal ob-
jective for which UJA funds were
pteded. The historic homecom-
ing of the homeless amazed the j
world and taxed to the utmost
the resources of Israel's people,
hut with the help of the UJA.
homtJess and oppressed Jews
from 74 countries came home t<>
Israel in a never-ending proces-
sion of planes and ships.
Dramatic rescue operations
highlighted this historic home-
coming. There was. for example.
Operation Magic Carpet, which
flew 47.140 Jews of Yemen to
Israel in the period between mid-
December 1948. and early Sep-
tember. 1950. The airlift pro-
gram involved 450 flights over
a barren, mountainous 1.600 mile
route between the British Pro-
tectorate of Aden and Lydda Air-
port in Israel. These flights, to-
talling 1,300,000 miles in less than
(Continued on Next Pane)
A Happy and Prosperouj foj
Year To All My fnendj
and Patrons
Snmut'l Pollack]
REALTOR
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 51174
A Happy Ifeu Year To AH
My Friends and Pjtronj
S. Z. Il'IIIM'lt
Real Estate App:ai;er
235 Lincoln Road
Mianv. Beach, Fla.
Phone 53 E745
A HAPPY :
TO ALL MY FR1 IDS
l)r.J.E.1'arlson\
3129 Coral Way
Miami
Phone 4-9012
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Best the Market Affordi
at Reasonable Prices
Nathan Alexander and Familf |
Hyman, Harry & Sol
of the
DIXIE CASH MARKET |
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Res. 1756 N. W. 16th St
A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
llarvev's < l am-i-* A l.uiiiilrv
1342 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH *
Phone 58-4544
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
20 N. E. 29th STREET pHONE ^
V. JT. HO I 4 || | it | COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
it!
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
IIAltllY and
EDDIE SIRKI*
A Happv New Y.a: To A'!
Our Friends and Patrons
SEVENTY-FIRST ST.
SHOE REPAIRING
7131 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-5521
____ _____
1


CnaV. SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
*J(*>isbnorid*ui
PAGE 3C
Location!
To S.rv. You
Jfarshaw-Settle
Lescbiption pharmacies
Store No. 1
U "<"" ^ i8e2S07BOU"V'rd
' phone 48-2607
Store NO. 2
Coral Gablee Bui Terminal
phone 48-4512
, Evenings and Sundays
^.ehption. FUW Promptly
Co.met.cs Cand.e. OHU
i lh Irden Helena Rubinstein
" FREE DELIVERY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
$
MR. and MRS.
ALFRED STONE
of the
Iblackstone hotel
. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-5373
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS
City Laundry, Inc.
2160 N. W. 1st COURT
New French Benzol Cleaners
A Laundry
Quality Plus Service
Branch Stores All Over Dade County
99 S. W. 7th Street
Phone 9-6547
Where VUmily Is A Unit Of Hope ..
A SPECIAL WISH TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
FOR HAPPINESS DURING THE
HOLIDAY SEASON
Rohan's Paint & Hardware Co.
51541st Street Miami Beach
f!
GREETINGS
THE PATIO SHOP I,
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP,
WE ATM TO PLEASE.
3650 Coral Way Phone 48-2920
HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OLK FRIEHDS AND PATRONS
Cherry**'
Ihfss Shop
1906 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-3194
IMr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES
from
Ir. and Mrs. Jack Farber
owners of
Hebrew National
Restaurant &
Delicatessen
"The Best in Kosher Food"
1437 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk of Criminal
Court
I
Office Supplies* Office Furniture
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 3-7694
GREETING CARDS ENGRAVING
Little Sharon greets the coming of Rosh Hashona by watering a
young tree outside her parents' new dwelling place near an agri-
cultural settlement in the Negev. The need tor 21.000 of these
housing units must be fulfilled by the United Jewish Appeal
during the next few months. In addition, UJA plans for a fur-
ther extension of established colonies, agricultural settlements,
anti-austerity farms and irrigation projects in Israel's desert area.
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL: A RECORD
GREETINGS TO ALL
O.I. L.G.
lorgensen Schreffler
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
BicaYne Building Miami
(Continued from Preceding Page)
two years, brought nearly the en-
tire Jewish population of Yemen
to Israel and marked the libera-
tion of a group which constituted
one of the oldest Jewish com-
munities in the world, with a
history dating back more than
2,000 years.
Operation Magic Carpet was
paralleled later by Operation Ez-
ra from Iraq. In the short space
of 14 months, funds furnished
by UJA made it possible to re-
move nearly 110,000 Jews by air
from Bagdad, or three times the
number of jews who returned
from ancient Babylon 2,400 years
ago. Several thousand others,
who had escaped persecution in
Iraq and had fled to Teheran in
Iran, were also moved out.
At the same time, tens of
thousands more were helped to
reach Israel from Roumania,
Hungary and Poland in Eastern
Europe and from the Moslem
lands of Tunisia, Iran and Mor-
occo.
At the height of the influx
of newcomers in 1951, the immi-
grants were reaching Israel .at
the rate of one every two min-
utes'. They continue to arrive
though not. at the present time,
in such large numbers.
Israel, faced with a doubled
population, sought to feed and
house all the 700,000 who had
come to it from so many lands.
The job before it was, from the
start, without precedent, and
and some idea of it may be gain-
ed from the fact that its new-
comers speak a score of languag-
es and lhat many have come
from medieval lands.
A country that had won its
independence only a few short
years ago had to find a way to
win through to economic inde-
pendence. And that, essentially,
remains Israel's problem today-
How have UJA funds helped to
solve it?
UJA funds have helped Israel
to establish 396 colonies, and
these colonies now must be ex-
panded and 100 more built before
the end of 1952. These funds
have helped Israel to build tens
of thousands of housing units.
And it is hoped that the 1952
campaign will make another 21,-
000 units possible, for the short-
age of housing in Israel has
grown acute with the rapid rise
in immigration.
Only a few months ago, Is-
rael's people were faced with the
threat of malnutrition as food
supplies dwindled. UJA funds
began the creation and expans-
ion of 22,000 austerity-farms to
(Continued on Next Page)
A Happy
New Year

Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Boach Brooklyn. N. Y.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Deering Awning and Furniture Co.
Serving Greater Miami Coral Gables Miami Beach
Beach, Lawn and Porch Furniture
COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE
000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 83-7600
Mrs. Sadie Fagan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein and Daughter
and Son
Extend New Year Greetings To All
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
GREETINGS
HOSACK ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE REPAIRING
4755 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 84-4541
MUTUAL INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. Inc.
FIRE WINDSTORM CASUALTY
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS
Ingraham Building Phone 3-5471

MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN
BREAD AND CAKE
COLUMBIA BAKING COMPANY
GREETINGS!
T. J. JAMES CONST. CO.
Phone 89-1641
ROCK FILL SAND
"WE MOVE THE EARTH"
1700 N.W. 119th St
.


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+Jenisrfkr*f*3r
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
.1S
I
-1
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Stembler Adams Frazier
Insurance Agency, Inc.
118 N.E. 1st AVENUE
PHONE 2-4174
GREETINGS
ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY
409 BISCAYNE BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
:: \
PIRN S-E=S A S5"*_-" :
i z .-:*_- *! a: -o ;_~
R.:;-- -: --
EVERY SST*l:- OS 0.i"STEE:
o-;-. -. c-,j Er. -i:ti
KM AVKNUI bmjsc 2288
S & S s.WlMVII II SHOP
2757 N. E. Second Arenut Phone 3-4291
EXTEND GREETIN -
73 THE:?. FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY NEW YEAR 7- ALL
Hurst Drilling A- Equipment Co.
SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776
1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami Florida
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilizers for All Occasions
INSECTICIDES and SUPPLIES
Call 87-2616
274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI
332 SI.. 2nd Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TOWERS HOTEL
Phone 2-7611
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
AND ASSOCLVTES OF THE
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DALLETT'S
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
COLONIAL
Transfer Company, fur.
AIR CARGO PICK UP and DELIVERY
COMMERCIAL HAULING
BONDED WAREHOUSE
82 N.E. 26th STREET PHONE 82-7671
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL A RECORD
d from Preceding Pag-: Ied ices to a total of
threet UJA tun* :5.000 s.nce the start of its work
February. 1950. Including
: membera. the total of
.... | ose helped by Malben has
- year reached 60.000.
tling pi luction of a Currently. Malben is helping
" 1.000 aged men, and women. 200
grown tldren, 450 bedridden immi-
Thu ii too. rep:-- have grants and 78 families In its VII-
rr.et- iage for the Blind near Rehovot.
:- that region be Malben also supplies loans to
.; in icula le a;ci to Israel'* thousands of persons wishing to
e. my .:' UJA funds can help open shops. And every month
-.-. new settlements to con-
tnree hundred men and women.
cured of their illnesses or helped
explorations. Tr.e ^ ^ ^^ where ^ can
lums raised m America have earn a living, are discharged from
to purchase the Malben's rolls. But thire is cur-
raw materials a-d ma- rertly a waiting list of 2.500.
I expand agriculture. Malben needs more beds for
tenti with huts and ulti- TB patients, more workshops
with houses and in short, more funds to expand
the face of the landscape ita vital faculties.
from barren stret I green. ,. .
.. In reviewing the accomplish-
f UJA agencies, one can-
As : easure, UJA r.ct stop at the borders of Israel.
.. gone I establish a- It must be remembered that
' rk village.-, known as t.-.ese funds finance the work of
when mers the Joint Distribution Commit-
ive more co:.-: j tivi Uvea tee in 20 countries and that the
than in reception cam- JDCs medical care, vocational
ir.g Hebrew and new skills and training and other reconstruction
starting work soon after their efforts over the past decade and
arrival m their new country. a half have helped more thin a
,,;__,, million Jews in Europe and Mos-
Irrigation, the planing of for- COUntries
ests. the ploughing of the soil, the lern C0UMnes-
reaping of the harvest those In Eastern Europe, the JDC
are some of the areas in which continues to provide cash relief.
UJA funds have helped Israel medical ard hospital facilities
to start on the road to economic and care for Jewish orphans, a-
mdependence. Much more such i rr.ong other types of help. In
r.elp is vitally needed to continue Germanv and Austria, there are
this progress. still 2.000 Jewish men. women
Thus far. UJA funds have fi- and children who must be-
r.anced settlement on the land
immigrants.
cause they have been denied ad-
mission to the Western hemis-
over 300 per cent. ~ trr0Ugh JDC
of nearly 150.000
have increased
tivated land by over 300 pe
have nearly doubled Israels ag- I- Eastern Europe, where JDC
r. ...-.ural development. have operates only in Hungary-, the
rusnea emergency aid to victims relief program is the lareest on
of drc ifhts
o. droughts and floods, planted the continent today, helping to
trees, improved crops arid ex- meet the needs of an aged and
e network of roads and p dispossessed group of survivors
""Pes- of the Nazi terror. Until asked
are of the aged and L cease Pefions in Poland.
i. remarkable strides Ruman,a ard Czechlovakia. the
irrigation pipes.
group
Of the Nazi terror. Until asked
In the car
handicapped
nave been made through the 1T~ Kt,maaKuea vast amounts oi
UJA-upport..d institution Know.. I M-*w*n| aid to Jews in those
u Malben. operated in Israel bv lcountnes-
V-iiTlDlStrli,UU0?C0rnm,ttee In the Moslem world, where
^p r'1^',7"5 n^,0Tly *l provid- 75000 >' live in povertv and
to iSSS'SSSSi med'Cal "^ *ua,or **><"* description. JDCs
but aSI .& t ,'mmi6ranl <*iU-care. feeding and health
thatTr/e S&STiSfSZ. Pro have scored great gains
use ui nromSf .T 'In the f,ght agalrst hunger and
n^ta^ C "^ f ^ dlScase' wh,le its suPPrt of
health centers bring daily victory
M r^en is caring for 3.500 hard over trachon,a. tinea and other
core cases in Israel now and has
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Hoaser Company, Inc.
Fir* and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgage Co.
Mortgage Loans & Investments
Honser Realty Co.. Inc.
Real Estate Property Management
First National Bank. Miami Phot* 3 2648
GREETINGS
HOI I I >IA\S III STAIK V\T
^ N- W- 79lh Str 7th Arenue
a r Sf B5T OF FOODS wi,h *?***
Popular Prices Ample Parkin.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
THE BREAKERS
ROCKEFELLER CENTER
Palm Beach-247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenna. N.w York
A Happy New Y.M T
Our Friends and qj*
laek Wefegi
CPA
BISCAYNE BLDG.
MIAMI
Phone 9-8371
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Hialeah
Pharmacy
27 OKEECHOBEE ROAD
HIALEAH
Phone 88-1142
A Happy New Year To AH
Our Friends and Patronj
Drag*
1590 SUNSET DRIVE
SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 87-4311
JIM MARTIN
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
VAN-ESS
Antiques
2811 CORAL WAY
PHONE 83-4051
MR. and MRS.
L L. REISMAN
and Family
Wish all their
Friends and Relatives
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
.Marseilles Hotel
1741 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-5711
Abe Getter. Norman SehurlK'
Owners
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Lemon Citv
Drag Store
6045 NX. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 78-9770
Frank Zumwait
A Happy Mew Year To All
Our Friends and Parf005
foe Epstein
HEALTOB
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone $-7331
Joe Epstein and Fanuly


AY SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
*Jewist fkrici/rin
PAGE 5C
Dr. and Mtfc
CHARLES BECKWITT
and Family
Wish AH Their Relat.ves
and Friends_____
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Walter A. Frederick's
Market
645 N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 894651
SOUTHERN PAINTERS
"A COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICE"
2713 N. W. 32nd Avenue
PHONE 88-6961
BARNEY O'FIELD
And Youth Turns Frown Despair
Uplo-Dale Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
l]8 N.W. Sixty-Second Street
Phone 84-2941
GREETINGS TO ALL
from
BRODRIB
FURNITURE CO.
4015 N. W. 17th Are.
Phone 7-9089
Adelman's Pipe
& Steel Co.
and
I Nathan Adelman
I liarl*s Adelman
II v Coverman
AND FAMILIES
EXTEND TO ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
Jewish Musical Hour
Three Time* Weekly
Sunday 2 3 p.m.
[Wednesday and Friday11 a.m,
WMBM 800 on Your Died
Wnht to thank hit sponsor* for
" "< ooopsration and ox.
""is best wishes to his llrt.n.rs
>^a to til Jewry for a vsry Happy
GREETINGS!
TRAIL
Tackle Shop
LIVE SHRIMP
Fresh Mullet and Shrimp
"Everything for the Fieherman'
1715 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 2-9656
A determined, young immigrant who. together with hu family,
is settled in Safed. one of Israel's oldest cities, near Jerusalem.
His Rosh HasAona will be a happy one. since he has been fed.
clothed, housed and given medical treatment by agencies sup-
ported with funds raised through the United Jewish Appeal. But
his needs must be supplemented, as well as those of more than
700.000 refugees brought to Israel during tha past four years.
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL: A RECORD
(Continued from Preceding Page)
diseases. And this job, too, is
only begun. The effort must be
intensified to win the battle a-
gainst disease and fear.
In all the JDC this year is
helping 250,000 human beir.gs in
and outside of Israel. In saving
lives, in reconstructing commun-
ities, in sustaining hope, in win-
ning new friends for democracy,
the role of the UJA has thus
justilied the term so often ap-
plied to it, "an ambassador of
freedom and the democratic
way".
Meanwhile, through the years,
the United Service for New Am-
ericans has helped 70,000 Jews
reach our shores and continues to
cany out a program of reception,
adjustment and integration of
Jewish displaced persons and
refugees brought, to the United
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builders
72< N. W. 21.1 S*eei
States. With extension by Con-
gress last year of the Displaced
Persons Act, USr'A at present is
aiding in the reception and re-
settlement of still more new-
comers, with the total expected
to reach 8,500 by the end of
1952.
It is estimated that by the end
of 1952, the United Jewish Ap-
peal will have raised more than
$875,000,000, and by the end of
1953, will stand close to the un-
precedented total of one billion
dollars in sums raised for one of
the greatest humanitarian efforts
in the history of man.
During this Rosh Hashona
season, a rededication to this
great effort is needed for saving
lives, helping Israel, strengthen-
ing democracy and perform-
ing miracles.
John .1. Sewell
Real Estate In all ita Branchee
1101 LINCOLN ROAD
PH. 53-8378
HUNTER LYON. INC.
901 So. Miami Ae.
INSURANCE
3-3331
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Your North Miami Mayor
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TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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1155 Collins AYenue
PHONE 58-9402
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.
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NEW YEAR
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MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES
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$
ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
LAWRENCE LIMBER CO.
F. H. A. FINANCING
Secret Of Thy Ways
By PAUL KRESH
C ;>vru-t-.!. it i trophic Agency, Inc.)
No. I am not new to Israel, but you might say. and there
would be much truth in it. that Israel is new to me. My name is
Ezra Harari, and I was born in Jerusalem at a time when a
State of Israel was only a dream.
But I count myseli lucky that I have lived to see the dream-
ers awake, and the dreams and the visions become real before
my eyes. I have also seen the triumph of one of my own
ns, and those who scoffed
at m ,, .. ]. ecr And we had but scratched the
There ,, when Exn surface of this mineral wealth.
Harari wi lionary. That da* n<) onc lasted at
at the changes. I Ezra Harari. Even when I had
say, "Palestine will be- trouble lifting the pick to con-
S63 N. W. 14th Street
PHCNE 3-3663
Miami 1, Florida
c me free even in our own time."
And many doubted it. They
their shoulders. And
I said. '"You will live to
the riches of ancient Israel
tinue the digging for I am not
aa strong as I was no one
laughed.
Now my mind goes back over
the years, and I recall standing
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
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tred even here ir the dcs- with a friend in this very desert,
ert," they turned away and listen- looking out over the rocky ex-
ed no more. But I did not lose panses. I told him that the fu-
faith. And I will tell you how ture riches of" Israel were hidden
that faith was vindicated. | under that barren soil, for men
It was only last vear. at the to fina- And remember that my
beginning of 5712. when the moon fl>end he was called Ephraim
.... -till young in the sky ard shook his head and spoke to
the prayers for the New Yearme as a father to a child,
had been said by Jews all over I "Ezra", he said, "you are a vis-
the world. It was on the Third ionary and a dreamer. You dwell
Day of Penitence, and certain I too much on these secrets and
words of the prayers for that day mysteries. Look arour.d you __
were repeating themselves in my look well and what do you
mir.d: 'Thou dost foretell the isee? Old. eroded stretches of
new things and showest the se- land that are not good for any-
crets of thy ways unto thy ser-
vants and messengers."'
thing and never will be. The
deseit is the deseit. and if there
To All... A Happy New Year
Veteran Surplus Outlet
ARMY & NAVY STORES
1214 BISCAYNE BLVD.
6301 N. W. 7th AVENUE
HIALEAH DRIVE and 1st AVE.
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2121 Cera! Way phone 48.8050
E. SAFER, Proprietor
And even while I was thinking j were more to it than that, you
of those remarkable words, one \ may be sure that the British
of the secrets was shown to me. i would have found it by now and
Here is how it happened. I had shipped it out of the country,
been sent to the Negev with a This soil is good for nothing, and
group of younger menmen who >t conceals nothing."
had also dreamed of Israel, but : What would this same Ephraim
from a.ar. Because I knew the ; say today now that the green
desert, they had put me in charge i grass and the yellow wheat wave
the group, mostly recent im- I their emblems of hope in that
migrants, who were to establish ; very desert, and the men of sci-
a little settlement beyond Reviv- ence each day report new disco v-
-m ana beyond Ninm perhaps eries?
a settlement is too big a word to D >_ -
call our camp. We had provis- h.S,benn* ^ over the
kms and the tools for labor, but t cade%l ra" reca" when a 1,ttle
we wen : a handful, and our f,roUp f P,onecrs: "W** among
.:-. did not seem to the young- I em' ^V d to try to
remarkable or ,n- f rw plan f the dcsert ">*
was our job to dig retail the weary work of
remote an I fi*ging channcl for the ir:i"
.u. fiation pipes, extracting the salt
Southeastern Finance Co.
PHONE 2-7005
S ut
n trac-
I
of Penitence.
to uncover
I for .
' 7.
- thi V. :
from the soil and how our la-
bors were blessed after all with
a little produce, a few frail
planis. And we said then. "If
Id the people, if we had the
equipment, what might we not
i re?"
N w the world knows what
duPont Building
Miami
But 1 llas all"-ady been done there. On-
: a few months ago. the big
imbines were harvesting yellow
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264 N. E. 79th Street
HAMLIV IXC.
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"IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE IT-
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW*YEAR
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NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N.W. 27th Aye. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla.
THE LEVIN FAMILY
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MADE AND INSTALLED BY
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Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 82-6714
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_Air Conditioned for Your Comfort
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OUR SINCERE GOOD WIShJ
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N E^ YEAR
G R EETINGS
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1479 S.W. 6th Street
PHONE 9-7575
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Manufacturers jf
ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES
Miami International Air Dpo'
Bldg. 144 Phone 88-8459
MIAMI
Greetings From
Trocadero
Kosher
Restaurant
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REALTOR
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Mortgage Loans
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5AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
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. iuppv New Year To AH
Lr Friends and Patrons
I John B. Stok
interior Decorator
1731 Coral Way
Phone 48-1280
a happy new year from
designing lady, inc
9481 hording avenue
suriside
interiors
A HqPPV New Year To
All My Friends
Dr. DANIEL
N. HORNE
Pacific Building
Miami
Iphonc 2-2514
phone 86-1221
To Upbuilding Oi An Arid i^and
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Surfside Gulf Service Station
9401 HARDING AVENUE
Phone 86-2324
FRANK AYLOR
IIAI'I V
m;\\ VEAR TO AT.I
II FRIENDS
tfEDELMAN FAMILY
|York Studio. York Towers
and Rosemont Hotel
Happy New Year To All
Our F::ends and Patrons
Winierhaven
Hotel
14C2 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach. Fla.
Phone 5-5571
Happy New Year To All
Our Fiiends and Patrons
loyal Palm Hotel
1545 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-7381
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
George S. Levenson, Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
1681 ALTON ROAD
Phone 5-5351
GEORGE S. LEVENSON JAMES D. LEVENSON

HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MR. CARLTON J. COMBS
of the
COMBS MANUFACTURING
CO.
L
American Jews can help Israel change the face of Us landscape
and renew the hopes of hundreds of thousands of immigrants.
These workmen, with their American-made tools, shown abore.
are typical of the changes changes brought about with funds
raised through the United Jewish Appeal.
SECRET OF THY ITS
A Hap];. New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Frederick T.
Hank
102C 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-5706
A Happy New Year To All
Out Friends and Patrons
|<>forfffM MUenoft
Srhool of Railet
"1 PALERMO AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-5462
(Continued from Preceding Page)
barley, three feet high and cov-
ering 175,000 acres!
Imagine it! A bumper crop in
the Negev! Once more the Lord
had seen fit to show the secrets
of His ways to us. I have seen
the thousands upon thousands en-
tering our land from countries
where they knew only fear, and
some said, "We will never be able
to feed them, to house them, to
find work for them." What a way
to talk! Some people, no matter
how many miracles they witness,
no matter how many prophecies
come true before their eyes, can-
not believe that the future will
bring more good things.
But I know this: it takes work
to make a prophecy come true.
We, of Israel, did not sit back and
wait for the liberation of our
land. In fact we had to fight
for it. and the memory of the
bloodshed of war is still vivid in
my mind. And it took all our
strength, all our courage and
many sacrifices to hold the gates
of our country open to the home-
less when it seemed as if all the
world were marcing to Israel to
stay. And the barley yield in the
desert did not come about
through wishing. It was the
farmers, who came down from
the north to sow the grain and
make something out of nothing,
who were responsible for that.
So do not misunderstand me
when I speak of miracles. It is
men who are the magicians, and
their wonders are accompanied
by the wielding of the plough,
not the waving of a wand.
I am reminded now of some-
thing else. What happened in
the Negev was not our work
alone. One can trace the cause
of that bumper crop across con-
tinents and seas to far Ameri-
ca, where men read of our aims
and resolved to help us. With-
out ever planting a seed, they
helped make possible the fields
of grain through the United
Jewish Appeal.
That is only one thing. Oh,
the desert is stirring now. One
can almost hear the centuries
turning in their sleep. With help
from America, we can do so
much. In recent months we have
been able to bring new settlers
into the Negev, to set up vil-
lages for them and begin build-
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
LINCOLN INSTITUTE
1213 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-3548
MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON GILBERT
Southern Fruit Shippers
OF ALL WORTH-WHILE THINGS
739 WASHINGTON AVE.
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
DOCTORS' CLINICAL LABORATORY
1004 HUNTINGTON BUILDING
MIAMI
Phone 3-6553 H. W. Hamilton. Medical Technologist
A Happy New Yr To All
0l" Friend* and Patrons
Josef-s Pastry
Shop
44< 4hi St., Miami Beach
llMft Phne S852M
I ra Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach
Phone 86-1523
A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
CHASE DRY CLKANKRS
423 Vi N.W. 24th ST.. MIAMI
Phone 2-B862
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ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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me &ne>,
eriors
f
1666 ALTON ROAD
Phone 58-0371
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ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ZION FOOD CENTER
1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone 5-3418
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ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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818 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4901
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FRIDAY, SBWEMBER

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Wallpaper Distributors, Inc.
5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
MIAMI
Phone 78-0922
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
St. Moritz Hotel
1565 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-3711
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TT All
OUR FRIENDS ANT PATRON'S
Shore Club Hotel
1901 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phon 53-7311
Phcne 5-5343
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
CARR FURNITURE CO.
2180 S.W. 12th AVENUE. MIAMI
Phone 2-3775
2367 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-1297
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. 4 O. DOCKS
MIAMI
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
SUN DUR PAINTING CORPORATION
W. L BROWNE GEORGE M. KTMMEL
161 S. W. 28th Road
Phone 9-9542
LUMBER PADfT BUDDING MATERIALS
"Try U For SefTice"
Peninsular Service Co., Ine.
2145 No. Miami Avenue
Phone 82-1571
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
DIXIE CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
718 N.W. 79th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 7-5015
Where Childhood Forget* Memory ..
A KAP.-Y AND PROSPERCVS NEW YEAR
TO ALL Z'JZ FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Riviera Plaza Apartment Hotel, Inc.
337 20th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Abraham Eiser, Pres. and Treas.
In the Year 5713. the United Jewish Appeal must help Israel wipe
out the shortages of food, housing and medicines facing thous-
ands of youngsters like the girl above and their parents.
SECRET OP THY WAYS
fContinued from Preceding Page)
ing irrigation projects in scat-
tered places, and what these set-
tlers have found already is. I
think, only a glimpse into the
future. They have already found
rich fields of phosphate, kaolin,
sand, quartz, copper and man-
ganese. And these are not just
words. These minerals spell hope
for if we car wrest them frorr.
the grasp of the desert, it will
not be necessary for our coun-
try to spend sorely needed funds
for fertilizers, for metals, for oth-
er things that can help us build
an economy to support a doubled
population today and a tripled
one tomorrow.
And they say now that there
J be oil! Who knows how rich
may oe our land's inheritance?
I remember how I stood gazing
- m at the gleaming copper we
xposed on the site of King
Solomon's mines. I had a prayer
in n y heart
I prayed that in Arr.enca they
might be stirred again by the
news of these things and that
-.carts might be once more
fired with the inspiration which
i caused them to help 700,000
reach our lard and uncover all
these mysteries that are begin-
ning to show themselves in the
| Negev. If they give us the funds
we will continue to settle the
desert and civilize it. We have
only begun to find out what is
I hidden there. But we need their
help the threads that bind to-
gether the hearts of men stretch
around the globe.
That is my prayer for the New
| Year in the first days of 5713
that the help will come and the
I work go on. And not only be-
cause I, Ezra Harari, foresaw
i what would happen, but because
the lives and the welfare of our
; people and the progress of our
country are bound up with this
work and these explorations.
For man himself is but dust,
and yet what marvels can this
dust disclose when quickened
with the breath of life! And so
it is with the treasures that have
slept for certunes beneath the
rocky dust of the Negev desert.
A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
YA\ DE VEER f \Ti KKOHS
INTERIOR DECORATING
3150 CORAL WAY. MIAMI pHONE 83-6163
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEACOMBER HOTEL
1725 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-5921
A Happy New Year tTuI
Our Friends and Pat^ '
Kuiifl v Mark*
1435 Washington A,
Miami Beach
Phone 58-1621
Season's Greetings To
All My
Friends and Patrons
Murray
fly
Schwartzmaii
REALTOR
528 Loncoln Road
Phone 58-0563
A Happy New Y< ar To A'.l
Our Friends a ; Patr nj
Sol MogcMl
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 5-0679
A Happy N< "' t ~
AH My Friends
II. f KfltlH'll
FIRE CHIEF
Miami Beach
Florida
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends ar.d Patrons
Kreh's Studio*
An Extensive Selection of
Furniture Reproductions
of All Periods
Ml N.E. 79th Street
Phone 84-4126
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends ar.d Patrons
Oeean Palm
Motel
15795 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Ph.: Dial II then dial 6-5671
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Smittv** Garage
The Original Smitty s Garg
4350 N.W. 32nd Avenu*
Phone 64-1232
W. H. Smith. Owner
A Happy New Year To A'-l
Our Friends and Patrons
Helmly's Furniture
Department Store
22 N.W. let STREET
Phone 3-2611


)AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
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Greetings
1 and P*t
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
82 S.W. Third Street
PHONE a-74
Mfl. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and Iht
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wish fc: All Their Patroni
ar.d Friends a
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MARVEL CLEANERS
SERVICE and QUALITY CLEANING
Mrs. Lurile P. Neher. Owner
16 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-1242
And All Jewry Shall Seek Water .
GREETINGS
lorril Blcke Max Jackson
Shsuidirlere
liar
626 SO. MIAMI AVE.
MIAMI
.Mr. and Mrs.
David Brown
and Family
WISH ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
I MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
21S6 N. W. 27th Armu*
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
GREETINGS
[
T
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9361
SEASON'S GREETINGS
T OUR MANY FRIENDS
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
[France Agency, Inc.
PHONE 2-tIll
*Tld Bid*
*
Life in a temporary work Tillage in Israel's Negev is rather grim
this Rosh Hashona. as the faces of these homecomers so dramatic-
ally reveal. Getting water for the simple necessities of life cre-
ates a problem for the immigrants who have to haul water in
buckets from this supply point. UJA funds augmented by Greater
Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, will ba instru-
mental in the building of hundreds of vital water wells through-
out Israel.
Israel Makes Good
By MILTON BROWN
(Copyright, 19S*. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
Some ten years' ago an ener-
getic, self-assured and purpose-
ful but entirely unknown young
man by the name of Abraham
Dickenstein came to this country
on a mission for the Workers'
Bank in Palestine. His idea was
to secure- American money, not
in the form of philanthropy, but
as a sound investment in the
Jewish National Home.
Founding a new company and
selling shares sounded like a wild
idea to many, especially at a
time when Rommel stood at the
gates of Alexandria and when
many practical-minded Ameri-
cans thought that shortly all of
North Africa and the Near East
might have to be surrendered to
the enemy. At one of his first
meetings with influential peo-
ple in a large industrial town
on the West Coast, some bank-
ers questioned the feasibility of
the young Palestinian's enter-
prise. Are you sure, he was ask-
ed, that the Palestinian Jews will
not fly before the enemy like
so many larger and stronger na-
tions?
Dickenstein, a man who us-
ually speaks the language of cold
practical finance, gave a glow-
ing picture of the Yishuv's or-
ganization for a fight, even if it
should be the last stand against
the enemy, of Haganah's arming
and organizing, of preparations
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A definite insurance contract instead an OPINION
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PLUMBING and HEATING
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Howard G. JfcCann. Owner
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PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
142 Sunset Drive
South Miami
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Greetings
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wilson and Son Irving
'Park Inside in the Heart of Downtown
District at no Extra Charge"
WILSON'S GARAGE, INC.
170 N. E. 1st Street
Phone 3-8331 or 2-8404
i
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
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Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies
iti
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555 S. -W. 22nd Avenue
PHILIP I. MORIBER
Phone 2-7817
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3139 North Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida
CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL
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Offices in: Jacksonville, Fla., Tampa, Fla.. Lakeland, Fla..
Miami. Fla., Savannah, Ga., Waycross, Ga.
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY |
Miami
Merchandise Brokers
Jacksonville
Tampa
TO ALL GREETINGS
TYRUS T. TRIPP
1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JAMES P. STUART
MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER
922 Ingraham Building Phone 9-5661
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ^4
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR &
DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY I
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT NAURISON ~~"~
AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN "~*H
LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS "
Phon.. 48-246548-9*62 1
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FARREY'S, INC
Hardware
WHOLESALE RETAIL
1692 Alton Road Miami Beach
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ALAMO HOTEL
4121 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Phone 5-2106
Phone 5-4621
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PICK-UP KSD DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
Phone 82-1343
ISRAEL MAKES GOOD IN THE USA
3466 N. Miami Avenue
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
r.

DANA
R E A
257 Alhambra Circle
WOODMAN
L T O R
Phone 4-4264
TO ALL GREETINGS
RALPH A. FOSSEY
REALTOR
J94S S.W. 73rd St.. Barger Bldg. South Miami, Florida
PHONE 87-5303
Dade County Resident Since 1908
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP MOTOR CO.
4585 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 67-5676
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Abbe Venetian Blind Laundry
263 N.W. 5th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-9751
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Atlantic Television & Appliance Co.
1644 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-6449 Mr. & Mrs. Max Sternstein and Family
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone 5-0381
(Continued from Preceding Page)
to meet the much stronger I n-
emy on the field and of plan*
for guerrilla warfare and resist-
ance. He described in consider-
able detail the spirit of the Yish-
uv. comparing it with the pan-
icky mood of Europe a f earlier, saying the the Yishuv
would fight to the end. The small
group of listeners were convinc-
ed. The first few thousand
lars were forthcoming, and : <
ships were it I '
tiru in an hour of d
We i 11 know h >w Hitler's in-
ailed and how
I inancial invasion" oi Am-
pal succeeded in An ca. The
Amp. \ -tine Trad-
ing c :; iral n was founded
in 1941. A ahan Dickei -
i in attracting to
enter] {ht men who,
with him. became the founding
members of the Ampal corpora-
tion in February. 1942 the
late Albert K. Eppstein, Mayare
S. Hiken. Edmund I. Kaufman.
Charles Brown. Benjamin R. Har-
ris. Louis Segal. Isaac Hamlin
and Dr. Herman Seidel. The reg-
istered share capital was $99,000
which was oversubscribed by
June. 1943. Since then the au-
thorized share capital was in-
creased several times and new
share issues were registered a-
gain and again with the Secur-
ities and Exchange Commission
as the corporation grew in scope
of capital and activities.
Ampal was organized to estab-
lish closer commercial anj fi-
nancial ties between Palestine
and the United States and to
employ American capital for this
purpose. At that time few fore-
saw that in the brief span of
ten years Ampal would finance
Israel enterprise to the tune of
S56 million and have an appre-
ciable share in the most impor-
-----, a, ii tant industrial and agricultural
undertakings of the Jewish State.
Few people then believed that
by 1952. Ampal would reach as
many as 25.000 individual in-
vestors and become the largest
corporation in America to suc-
ceed in concentrating capital for
overseas investment in undertak-
inks which are neither big inter-
national oil r.or metal concerns
but which are nonetheless based
on sound business principles and
which repaid their debts both
principal and interest punc-
tually through this well func-
tioning mother corporation.
Ampal functions through sev-
eral subsidiaries and affiliated
corporations which are partly 01
entirely owned by it. finances
Israel economic enterprises both
as creditor and investor and in
the course of its ten years of ex-
istence the total financing reach-
ed $56 million. The corporations
affiliated with Ampal are: Am-
erican-Israeli Shipping Company.
Israel-American Line (partly
owned), Israel Securities Corpor-
ation (owned by the Workers'
Bank*. TVT Israel Tourist
Service, Negev Glass Works, Is-
rael Fibreboard Products. Israel
Maritime Company. Kir.ereth-
Lake Galilee Canneries. Alliance
Tire and Rubber Company, Is-
rael Purchasing Company and
last I .it not least, American-Is-
rael Petroleum orporation.
Up to now. the purchasing and
shipping of goods to Israel has
reached a total of over S50 mil-
lion, and goods produced in Is-
rael and sold to the US, mainly
mds, approximately S3 mil-
lion. The total gross assets of
the corporation are now over $25
million. Twice a year, 25.000 in-
vestors of Ampal receive con-
stantly growing dividends.
One of the most striking exam-
ples of the development of an
Ampal subsidiary is the Ameri-
can-Israeli Shipping Company
which began its activities by
chartering one vessel and later,
several more. After establishing
the Israel-American Line, the
maritime activities developed to
such an extent that this com-
pany now operates six Israeli
ships with a total tonnage of
60.000: the SS Haifa. Acco, Jaffa,
Tel Aviv, Athlit and Elath. Ne-
gotiations are currently-in prog-
ress for the purchase of another
ship from Sweden and for en-
larging the activities of the Is-
raeli merchant marine with the
help of a new corporation, the
Israel Maritime Company, found-
ed in 1951.
Another striking example of
Ampal's awareness of new pos-
sibilities and developments is the
corporation's readiness to invest
in new mining enterprises in Is-
rael and also in Solel Boneh and
its subsidiaries in the Negev, in
copper, manganese, in the large
fertilizer phosphates company in
Haifa and in the Mekooroth
Oil Company, now in process
of organization. This is a
subsidiary of Mekoroth Water
Company which, with the
help of Ampal's financing facil-
ities, has done wonders in the
irrigation of the wastelands of
southern Israel.
Recently. Ampal's Board of Di-
rectors was enlarged to include
additional members. Rudolf G.
Sonneborn, of L. Sonneborn
Sons. Incorporated, a leading in-
(Coiitirrued on Next Page)
A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
BASTViEW FAKRHS
1524 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla. Mr.. Louis Fishman
___ Phone 5-4348
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Ponce de Leon Dry Cleaners
35 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-0396
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc.
1111 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
1*2.1
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. alt^
of the DIXIE EXPRESS 5
MIAMI BEACH cXffi
4 LAUNDRY S
1513 Alton R0ad
r. and Mrs.
Jos. B. Margolis
and Sons STEVEN and LArby |
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 58-0383
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ROGERS I
Brake Service
Brake Service
Wheel Alignment
3200 N.E. Second Avenue
Phone 2-9579
TO ALL .
A Most Happy New Year
IRVING RATHER
ARTHUR SCHAFFEL
LEATHERCRAFT
UPHOLSTERERS
Manufacturers Designers
BarsBoothsSeteei
CushionsWallsKilchen Nooki
REPAIRS
21 N. W. 9th Street
PHONE 3-5046
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
CORAL GABLES
HOSPITAL
3151 Coconut Grove Drive
PHONE 4-2525
A Happy New Year To AH
Our Friends and Pairons
Columbus
It* until Sulon
277 N.E. 4th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-4884
Selma Bosley
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
1
FRIDEN
CALCULATORS
2500 Btocoyne BWd.
Continuou* Courteous Servic*
M. L. BAKER. Manager
Phone 94429


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GREETINGS
| Karl T. Chandler
PLUMBING HEATING
REPAIRING
3118 N.W. 57th Street
Phone 78-5322
SEASON'S GREETINGS
I iila Jones
Flowers For All Occasion*
DELIVERY
Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFuneral Designs
WeddingsParties
1910 S. W. 8th Street
2-5790 Phones 2-5384
JERRY & MACK
RADIATORS
Cleaned
Impaired &
Exchanged
(New or Used)
ALL CORES MFG. &
GUARANTEED IN MIAMI
By JERRY & MACK
2034 N. W. 2nd Ave.
PH. 9-2603-4
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS!
"Imps" Clark
GOLF PROFESSIONAL
Biltmore & Granada Couriet
Lessons by Appointment,
Complete line of Golfing
Equipment
Phone Biltmore 4-0649. 48-0610
Granada 48-9909, 4-9143
Hartley's
Auto Top Shop
^e Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-8997
SINCERE HOLIDAYS
GREETINGS
FROM
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
LSO HUBERMAN
1021 Biarrili Drive
PHONE 86-6811
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
DOKHORN PRODUCE
2143 N. W. 12th Avenue
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARK0WITZ
and Family
Tommy Bobby Jerry
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phone 9-8411
Nat Wanting in Tent* OS Sand
These two sitters stand before the entrance of their canvas shelter
in one of Israel's tent cities, lacking adequate shoes, clothing and
food. Rosh Hashona can assume a new meaning for the young
immigrants if the United Jewish Appeal succeeds in helping Is-
rael win economic freedom and stability.
ISRAEL IKES GOOD III THE USA
(Continued from Preceding Page)
dustrialist, was elected chairman.
Other new directors are Benja-
G. Browdy, of New York, past
president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America; Charles
Gutwirth, of New York; Phil-
ip Meyers, of Cincinnati;
and William H. Sylk, of Phila-
delphia, president of Sun
Ray Drug Stores, Incorporated.
It should also be mentioned that
the first chairman of Ampal's
Board was the late E. I. Kauf-
mann, then president of the ZOA.
The tenth anniversary celebra-
tion of Ampal was attended by
directors and representatives of
the largest banks in America.
When Ampal president Dicken-
stein reported that a total of $56
million had been invested in bus-
iness ventures in Israel and goods
and machinery valued at $50 mil-
lion had been purchased and
shipped to Israel. Palestine Israel j
Consul Arthur Lourie said Dkk-
enstein's work was an indication
of the tremendous possibilities
for investment still to be exploit-
ed.
The famous economist and
former member of the War Pro-
duction Board. Robert R. Nathan,
stated: "Much of the increase
in investments by Americans in
Israel can be attributed to Am-
MR. and MRS. DONALD S. LaVIGNE
join with their children
MR. and MRS. MYRON COWEN
Son. Gary John, and Daughters, Elizabeth & Melinda
and
MR. and MRS. WALTER A. LaVIGNE
Daughters Leslie, Morley and Shelly
and Son, Elliot Mayer
In expressing their best wishes to all their friends for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AL MEIDENBERG AND STAFF
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
37 N. E. 5th Street
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DENMARK'S CAST STONE COMPANY
StructuralOrnamental
Modern MantelsGarage GrillsGarden SetsPottery
StonePlaster
12351 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 7-6924
pal's pioneering efforts, but ul-
timately Ampal's importance as
a pioneering. American overseas
investment corporation which has
contributed so much*to the econ-
omy and development of Israel,
may be outweighed by its sig-
nificance as an example of Am-
erican useful investments abroad,
which can scarcely be overrated.
"It is therefore in a spirit of
confidence in Western democracy,
in genuine economic co-operation
between nations and in the close
association of the United States
and the State of Israel that we
greet this extraordinarily suc-
cessful enterprise and its able
founder and president, Abraham
Dickenstein. on the tenth anni-
versary of Ampal. May this in-
stitution prosper together with
all State of Israel enterprise and
create even firmer ar.d deeper
economic bonds between Ameri-
can Jewry and the Israeli peo-
ple for the benefit of both, and
may the mutual confidence that
Ampal has created in the decade
of its activities create more and
more useful and productive in-
stitutions, thus enlarging the ec-
onomic capacity and exploiting
the natural riches of the Holy
Land."
MERCURY LITHOGRAPHING CO.
545 N. W. 5th Street Miami, Florida
Telephone 82-6567
EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET
.ll I l\ IMMSIKIIS IXC.
Serving Miami Since 1930
272 Aragon. Coral Gables
Telephones 4-1651 48-3421
ROOFING BY GIFFEN
For All That's Best In
EVERY KIND OF ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WORK
AIR CONDITIONING, VENTILATION
SOLAR WATER HEATERS, BOOSTERS
POURED-IN-PLACE GYPSUM ROOF DECKS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
TOWN & BEACH CLUB
1 LINCOLN ROAD
(at Ocean)
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Reginald A. Doel, Mar.
Phone 58-7243
Eddie Rickenbacker
President and General Manager of
Eastern Air Lines
joins with the entire EAL Family
in wishing our good friends a
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Jewlsti fhrkfiar.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
19,
GREETINGS
TROUSSEAU SHOP
'LINGERIE OF DISTINCTION"
EXCLUSIVELY OURS!
925 Lincoln Road 6608 Collins Avenue
5-4864
86-2159
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
al i i i i: n-1:11
TAXIDERMIST
15899 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991
B. B. Leigh. Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. & Sec.
H. Goyen, Treaa.
Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes
nowrkois & LEIGH, IXC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
P. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13. Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TROUP BROS. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
PAVING. GRADING. CLEARING. EXCAVATING
AND SCARIFYING
PHONE 67-2541 251 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Mailing Address: P. O. Bex 168, Miami 32. FIc.
GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 84-7041
Rosh Hashona
By HARRY CUSHING
, pyrltht, II -'. Jewltti Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The observance cf Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur recall
that to every generation the holidays and festivals have brought
hope, cheer and beauty to Jewish living. It is an accepted
premise that the Jewish people could not have survived through
the many centuries of persecutions and wanderings had they
not bsen so devoted to their Sabbath and holy days and the
customs accompanying these observances.
To enhance the Jew's loyalty to the heritage of his an-
.,>-. rs. a broad range of rail* munity where Jews settledi they
jot* l'trture has developed and built ^ir Synagogues. When the
- ~ .' ; "' r> :t "t Jew.sa ob-. ,
servar.ee and ceremonv. Of the secPnd TemPle was destroyed in
: I years Jewish liturgical! the year 70, the Synagogue ac-
literature, that of Rosh Hashona tually replaced it and it became
and Yonn Kippur has become a- the Mikdash M'At -- the Small
the more precious heir- Sanctuary,
mi of Jewish ceremony. Into
the liturgy of these three days
.- packed gome of the finest re-
Like all great institutions, the
Synagogue had a period of evo-
hgious literary gems which re-. lution. Originally, before the de-
veal the soul of the Jew in all I vclorjment of the monumental
GREETINGS
Maxwell's Bonded Fruit Shippers
BONDED SHIPPERS OF FANCY FRUIT
Novelties Gifts Fresh Fruit Drinks
2300 S.W. 8th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA PH. 48-4802
GREETINGS
Palmer's Cafeteria & Cocktail Lounge
GOOD FOOD
The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices
545 N.E. 125th St. Ph. 78-0S58
its spiritual grandeur.
The history of the Jewish lit-
urgy goes back to the days of the
Holy Temple in Jerusalem, when
Siddur the Jewish Prayer
BookJews met in their Syna-
gogues for the reading of the
Psalms and. at least, for the reci-
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN MANOS
MIAMI COAL & OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 21.1 TERRACE MIAMI
certain prayers. notably the tation of the two furdamentals
Psalms, accorr.paried the sacri- of the developing Jewish prayer
fices. It was during the Babyl- service, the Shema and the Am-
onian Exile, when Jews assem-1idan- the so-called 18 benedic-
bled on the Sabbaths ard festi- i tions.
i vals, that prayer became an in- j The principal ideals of the Syn-
dispensjble factor in Jewish re- ; agogue, however, have not chang-
. ligious life. It was in Babylonia '' ed. This institution which has
i that the shift took place from: replaced the sacrificial cult of
sacrifices to prayers. Instead of > the Holy Temple in Jerusalem
j the sacrificial cult, there devel- i became the center of gravity of
ioped in Babylonia a new institu- Jewish life. It has as its ob-
|tlon, the Synagogue, the source jeetives three primary functions,
of Israel's strength for countless First, it has been, as already men-
generations to come. I tior.ed, the Beth Ha-Kneset, the
The word Synagogue, a Greek Hous* of Assembly or Meeting
term, is the translation of the House. Second, it has continued
Hebrew Beth Ha-Kneset the!to be the Beth Tfilah, the House
| House of Meeting or Assembly;0' Prayer, and third, it has been
i and it was designed just for Ithe Belh Hamidrash. the House of
| what the words mean. It was the ftudy. In a more collective term,
I House of Assembly for the Jews il was ar|d continues to be the
in a given community. There i Beth Am, the People's House,
they met for study, there they i Since the Jews were the first
assembled for prayer and there i to divorce prayer from sacrifice,
they held meetings to discuss the j they were the first to evolve the
affairs of the community. In \ modes and manners of public
thinking of the Synagogue in I worship as the world knows them
these terms, it hasn't changed I now. From the simple recita-
very much since the early days! tions of Biblical selections, there
ltSo eenn'StCnCe '" Bab>lon'a. I evolved, through the centuries, a
some 2,500 years ago. whole liturgy. The oldest order
When the second Temple was | prayer service in the Syna-
built. the Synagogue continued [ Kogue included, along with in-
Jnction alongside of it. instruction in the Torah, private
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. JOB MRS. HARRY GREEN
2515 S. W. 17th AVENUE
j spread in the early Diaspora, long
before the destruction of little
Judea by the hordes of Titus.
There were Synagogues in Rome
and there were Synagogues in
Alexandria, that great outpost of
Hellenic culture. In every com-
GREETLNGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
Foahion Mart Bldo.. 127 N. W. 2nd St.
Miami
r
For the finest In Metal Work
JOHN STAMFORD & SONS
ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS
3615 N.W. 46th Street
Telephone 88-2141
BRONZE ALUMINUM ffiON
devotions. These devotions were
spontaneous, usually following
the recitation of the Shema. Ev-
en when the 18 benedictions were
agreed upon, toward the end of
the first century CE, the wording
(Continued on Next Page)
GREETINGS
"Everything in Plumbing"
HOME-OWNERS PLUMBING SUPPLY CORP
HARDWARE. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS. PAIMTS
Phone 4-0563 3160 N. W. 7th SL wr; i
J?*^^ ROBERT SCHWEITZER Mta-' "*
GREETINGS
FROM
*
J. R. SPRADLEY & CO.
FOOD BROKERS
18 N.W. M&SkMt -
Miami, Fla.
A HAPPY new rEAR
OUR FRIENDS AW P^
Isabel Spencer
Beauty Salon
1018 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-4679
A Happy and Prosperous NewYm
To All Olr Friends asd p4nJ
Paul Hair Stylist
2207 Coral Way. MUmi
Phone 48-9156
Phon 9-4944 Phone 88-80251
Peter Kent, Ine,
"Anything That's Good Enough J
Sell Is Good Enough to
Take Back"
176 W. Flagler SL
M1AML FLA.
GREETINGS
Front Page
tl< ant if Salon
1626 MICHIGAN AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO AIL
OUR FRIEKDS AND PATRONS
Brownsville
Drug Store
4634 N.W. 27th A venue
MIAMI
Phone 64-7233
W. W. Welters
GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
$
LOUIE. PRISCILLA and
FRANK BANDEL
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO AH
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRON*
RONNIE'S DRUG
STORE. Inc.
2200 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-2442
Ronnie Ellis
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ETHEL
ALAN.GERI
and
HENRY S. GREENBAU*


PAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
+JewlstincrgdUan
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A H.PPY New Year To AU
Qy, Friends and Patron.
ITaylor Drag Co.
900 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
0
Phone 86-4531
GREETINGS
VICTOR'S
Specializing in
ITALIAN FOODS
Ricotta
Fresh Italian Sausage
2013 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 3-9374
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
1615 duPont Building Phone 9-4741
Miami. Florida
Or in 0 ilivs Of Desert Shelter
A Happy New Year To All
Cur Frier.ds and Patrons
fertelde Drugs,
Inc.
9500 HARDING AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-2769
J. M. Merritt
A Happy New Year To All
Cur Frierds and Patrons
-llliiis; Pharmacy
9827 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 89-4032
Raymond Hinst
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
otlon Pharmacy
FREE DELIVERY
1654 N.W. 35th Street
Phone 9-1719
[Mrs. Marie O. (Cotton) Gibbs
Dr. and Mrs.
EMANUEL PUSHKIN
Wish all their Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
A Happv New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Park & Shop
Pharmacy
03 N.W. 37th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 64-1812
Albert Zeitzew
A Happy n,w y**. To All
w Frier.ds and Patrons
Service
Plumbing Co.
61 COLLINS AVENUE
ML^MI BEACH
Phone 51-6371
Elfren-year-olo: Tana Shuman drinks a cup of milk in an Israeli
immigrant reception camp before joining her mother and father
who already have teen assigned temporary quarters. Moved to
Israel from Iraq with funds contributed by American Jews to
the UJA. the Shumar family will be fed. clothed, medically treated
and given temporary shelter, until they can become a self-sustain-
ing family unit.
RQSH HASHQNA: HOLIDAY OF HOPE
century, was the compiler of an-
other prayer book, and Moses
Maimonides gives the order of
prayers for the whole year at the
end of the second book of his
Yad Hachazakah. While these
compilations were the origins for
the present traditional Siddur,
or daily prayer book, the source
book for the high holiday service
is, of course, the Machzor. It dif-
fers from the Siddur in that it
contains, in addition to the usual
prayers, the religious poetry of
some of the great literary per-
sonalities of Jewish literary his-
tory.
Simcha Ben Samuel, of Vitry,
France, was the compiler of the
first Machzor which has become
known" in liturgical history as
Machzor Vitry- Rabbi Simcha
claimed to be a disciple of Rashi,
the noted commentator. The first
Machzor was based on the ear-
(Continued from Preceding Page)
remained flexible for centuries.
There continued to be a deliber-
ate tendency to keep the Syna-
gogue prayers fresh and fluid.
According to Rabbi Aha, of the
fourth century, the devotions
were modified with something
new each day.
The first great liturgical col-
lection was the Seder Rav Am-
ram. Rabbi Amram Ben Shesh-
na, who flourished during the
second half of the ninth century,
was head of the academy in Sura.
The Siddur or Order of Prayers
of Rabbi Amram became the bas-
is for the daily and Sabbath serv-
ices, and as the centuries passed
changes and additions were
made.
There were others after Am-
ram who compiled collections of
the prayer service for use in the
home and Synagogue. Saadia
Gaon, who lived in the tenth
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WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
(Continued from Preceding Page)
lier Rav Amram Siddur and also
contained decisions and rules
,. Dcemietf religious practice, in
addition to responsa by Rashi
and others.
Both the Siddur of Amram and
: .- Macha r Vitry have gone
through many changes since they
first appeared. While the Siddur
. ame the collection of the Sab-
bath and daily prayers, the
Machzor has b.! me the collec-
I ion ot M for the various
rail and holy days of the
Jewish ye
; Siddur of Seder Tfilot.
the Order of Pray-
1'he word Machzor. or. the
and re-
fers t f the year. It
Uection of pray-
St ted luring the lev-
uring in the
The modern
Uy a combina-
laily prayer book,
i addition of a large col-
.. n i : religious poetic writ-
ings of Rabbis, poets and philos-
ophers of the Middle Ages
rily in Spain. France. Ger-
many and England.
These special poetic writings,
the greatest number of which are
found in the Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur services, are known
as Piyyutim. In the fifth or sixth
centuries, while Greek was still
the ruling language of Palestine,
the Greek title of Poetes (poet)
was taken by Jews who wrote
hymns for public worship gener-
ally men who led in prayer and
wished to enrich the service by
their own compositions. Poetes
later took on in Hebrew the form
Paietan (or Pay tan) and the po-
etic writing became known as
Piyyut.
Naturally, the Piyyut for the
various holidays stresses the sig-
nificance of the day being ob-
served. The Piyyutim of Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur are
strikingly noted by their con-
tinuous reference to judgment
which is believed to be prepared
by Q^id on the former and sealed
on the latter God as King, who
is greeting with the sound of the
Shofar. the Ram's Horn, runs
through many compositions ar-
ranged for Rosh Hashona. In the
Yorr. Kippur Piyyutim there is
a special concentration on the
idea of God setting mercy above
judgment. A number of the Piy-
yutim of both Rosh Hashona and
Yom Kippur seek to teach the
divine qualities of justice.
The oldest Piyyutim are anony-
mous. They were written during
the period of the Gaonim around
the seventh. century and are in-
corporated ir. the daily prayer
book. Examples of these are El
Adone and Ha-Kol Yoducha of
the Sabbath prayers, and V'hu
Rachum of the Monday and
Thursday penitential prayers.
A major characteristic of many
of the Piyyutim is their arrange-
ment. In many of them the vers-
es are set in an acrostic of the
Hebrew alphabet. Many others
have the alphabet woven into the
verses two or three times. Oc-
casiorally the alphabet is ar-
ranged in reverse. Some of the
Piyyutim have an acrostic of the
author's name. The oldest Pay-
etan known by name is Jose
Ben Jose, known also as Jose
Havatom. or the Orphan, who
was a contemporary of Saadia
Gaon.
Among the earlier payetanim
whose writings have four.d their
way into the high holiday Mach-
zor is Yannai who lived in the
early eighth century. He is said
to have been the teacher of the
most prolific and popular of the
old payetanim, Eliazar Kalir. Ka-
lir wrote hundreds of religious
poems, and the forms he employs
are sometimes very intricate. In
addition to the alphabetic acros-
tic, a most popular form of his
Piyyutim are the insertion of his
name ar.d the names of his fath-
er, often several times in one
poem. He uses Biblical phrases
as refrains and employs the
rhyme and word accent.
The whole high holiday litur-
gy is interspersed with a large
number of Kalir's writings.
There is a legend which relates
that Yannai, Kalir's teacher, be-
came enraged at the latter's suc-
cess and caused his death by
throwing a serpert into his shoes.
Jekuthiel Ben Moses of Speyer
(11th century) wrote Me'sode
Chachamim which is part of the
opening of the cantor's repetition
of the Shacharit Amidah on Rosh
Hashona morning.
Another fine example of the
high holiday liturgical poetry is
S'lach nah Ashamot recited on
Yom Kippur eve and written by
Rabbi Meir. of Rothenberg, one
of the famed Lights of the Exile.
Rabbi Meir was the author of
many prayers and commentaries.
He died a martyr's death in En-
sisheim prison in the 13th cen-
tury. To recall the martyrdom
of the Jews in York. England, on
March 16. 1189. during the reign
of Richard I, the Yom Kippur eve
liturgy includes Ammam Kane,
written by Rabbi Yom Tob, of
Joigny. who died with his flock
in that historic massacre.
The most popular segment of
the Rosh Hashona service is the
recital of Unesaneh Tokef. Com-
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MR. & MRS.
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN
and Family
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y/ish all their Relatives and
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New Year
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Mr. anc" Family
I- all their relatives and
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Six-year-old Isaac Diamond, born in a DP camp in Germany, is
a patient in a Malben institution. Malben is supported with United
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funds provide for the care of 450 patients with Tuberculosis.
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RQSH HASHDNA: HOLIDAY OF HOPE
(Continued from Preceding Page)
posed by Rabbi Meshullam Ben
Kalonymos, of Mayence. about
1.000 CE, the meditation had its
origin in a manuscript attributed
to Rabbi Ephraim, of Bonn. Kal-
onymos is said to have published
the famous liturgical poem as a
memorial to Rabbi Ammor./ of
Mayence, who met a martyr's
death because he refused to give
up his faith.
The above are only a few of
the writers and their piyyutim
which have found their way into
the high holiday Machzor, like
the Siddur, experienced a long
process of evolution, emerging
as a comprehensive anthology of
Israel's literary creativeness. The
prayers, hymns, litanies, petitions
and supplications, created by
more thar. 2.000 payetanim or
liturgical poets, who were active
from the fifth to the 16th cen-
turies, have made the Synagogue
the collective treasure-house of
the Jewish religious genius.
The impressive ideologies of
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
are bound up within the pages
of the Machzor. .In this rich an-
ithology of Hebrew liturgy, Jews
I find spiritual security. It gives
[those who observe the high holy
' day season with devotion and
| earnestness something of that un-
I dying hope with which Jews have
j sustained themselves through the
I ages.
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PHONE 5-6366
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AND DAUGHTERS
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Agaric}. Inc i
WASHINGTON Israel-Am-
erican relations progressed en-
couragingly here since last Rosh ;
I Hashona. but representatives of '
i Jewish organizations were not
i nearly as happy about domestic i
developments.
Congress acted favorably in the |
allocation of Mutual Security
funds for Israel as the state grew
nearer to an open defensive al-
liance with the United States.
President Truman lauded Israel
and had many words of praise for
Zionists who he said helped pro-
tect the free world by building
democracy in Israel. However.
the joy felt by Jews over Israel's
sui cess was tempered by appre-
hensi n ..... i by the pass: .
M Carran-Waiter Omnibus
gration Bill, which was con-
iminatory and po-
tentially very dangerous, and
events equally ton i> >ding,
The Cox Committed was cre-
j the House x.< invi stigau
l lyalty u:' philanthropic
: izations dealing i-:. race re-
' lations. The Senate drafted a
Constitutional amendment which
would prevent this ration from
ratifying the L'nited Rations Con-
ventions on Human Rights and
Genocide. A Nazi general was
d and find by the US Arn y.
and other developments rounded
out a year in which anti-Semit-
ism was injected into one of the
bitterest election campaigns in
recent history.
Perhaps the brightest spot of
the year was the Kfar Truman
Dinner. At this dinner. Ambas-
sador Abba Eban spoke at lenj I
v. it m the hearing of tin- Presi-
dent Mr. Truman was visibly
moved by the ambassador's
rds and by the establishment
of the Kfar Trun an village in
lei in his honor. The Presi-
dent : isi I the Jewish National
Fund for beginning work on thi
Point Four idea over fifty vears
ago. The dinner indicated an af-
finity between the United States
and Israel on an inter-govern-
mental level which was incon-
ceivi le short five years ago.
The state Department sought
I raeli operation in the defense!
of the Near East but tread care-
fully for fear of offending the ;
Arab states and losing their po-
tential cooperation. Israel sol-
diers and airmen, in increasing
numbers, arrived at US military
schools for technical training. The
Near East Division of the State
Department, which four years
ago opposed the independence of
Israel, found itself in the ironical
position of defending Israel from
Congressional criticism. Hear-
ings of the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee on the Mutual
Security bill brought about such
arguments against Israel that Ar-
thur Z. Gardiner, economic ad-
viser of trie Near Eastern Divis-
ion of the State Department,
deemed it necessary to justify
Israel's right to American assist-
ance. Senators J. W. Fulbright.
of Arkansas, Theodore F. Green,
of Rhode Island, and H. Alexand-
er Smith, of New Jersey, express-
ed themselves bitterly over the
proposed allocation for Israel.
Gardiner assured the Senators
that it was "'in our national se-
curity interest" that "we have
taken the step, we are committed.
to maintain Israel."
The MeCarran Walter Omni-
bus Immigration Bill was passed
despite a Presidential veto. Mr.
Truman described the bill .as
"discriminatory" while others
saw it as "America's first Nur-
emberg Law" Senator Herbert
H. Lehn an, after a careful study
Of the measure, said one of its
objectionable features, the quota
system, "was developed from the
identical axioms that Hitler later
used in his rise to power." Leh-
man said: "As I read the Mi-
Carran-Waiter Bill, there was
conjured up in my mind's i ye
the spectacle of immigration of-
ficials knocking on doors in the
middle of the night, hustling al-
iens off to detention centers and
herding them onto ships outward
bound, while wives and children
weep, and the courts are power-
less to intervene. This is a night-
mare, but it could happen here
under the terms of the McCar-
ran-Walter Bill."
Under the McCarran-Walter
Law. new Americans or would-be
immigrants who have been con-
victed by Nazi courts of violat-
ing Nazi laws, could be automat-
ically barred; American citizens
could be deprived of citizenships,
in certain cases, without trial;
new grounds for denaturalization
and deportation are made retro-
active to cover all immigrants
hitherto admitted to the United
States; and other features, un-
precedented in American history,
were incorporated.
Displaced Persons Commission-
er Harry N. Rosenfield warned
In vain against the bill. He said:
"Don't let's have provisions
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which could result in the ex-
clusion of victims of political,
racial or religious persecutions."
He asked how we could now say
whether it is or is not an of-
fense "if a Jew failed to register
under some Nazi rule." Rosen-
field mentioned "new and un-
reasonable grounds for deporting
people" and said that it is un-
desirable "to deport people who
have been law-abiding residents
for 50 years."
Congressional debates on the
McCarran-Walter legislation were
marked by unusual public inter-
est. Bitterness, even -outright an-
ti-Semitism, emerged as propon-
ents of the measure sought to
shout down all opposition. Rep-
resentative Francis E. Walter, of
Pennsylvania, who co-sponsored
the bill, joined with Representa-
tives John Rankin, Clare Hoff-
man, John T. Wood, E. L. For-
rester and others in- attacks on
Jewish organizations that urged
liberalizing changes. Allen A.
Zoll, whom the Anti-Defamation
League described as a "Fascist
propagandist and supporter of
Father Coughlin," emerged as a
participant in propaganda efforts
on behalf of the McCarran-Walter
Bill. Zoll's name was inserted
in the Congressional Record by
McCarran as one of his "back-
ers."
Senature Hubert H- Humphrey,
of Minnesota, helped Lehman
lead the fight against the bill,
terming it "Fascistic nonsense".
Senator Brien McMahon, who
subsequently died late in July,
pointed out that "a man could
be excluded because he escaped
from a Nazi concentration camp."
Another Senator, Blair Moody,
asked: "Why recognize the ac-
tions and decisions of Nazi kang-
aroo courts?" Moody told the
Senate, "We don't want a Ges-
tapo operating in the United
States."
The major Jewish organizations
did much to inform the public
about the dangers of the bill.
Rabbis denounced it from the
pulpit Many non-Jewish groups,
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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and Family
EDISON
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interested in the protection of
civil liberties, opposed the bill-
The House passed it with only
weak opposition. But a brilliant
fight was staged in the Senate
by a small group of Senators
led by Lehman and Humphrey.
When the McCarran-Walter sup-
porters won in the Senate, Pres-
ident Truman was asked to veto
the bill- After a careful study,
the President issued a strongly
worded veto message. Mr. Tru-
man said the act "would intensify
the .repressive and inhumane as-
pects of our immigration preced-
ure." He presented, in his veto
message, a vigorous and effec-
tive delineation of the civil
rights policies which he regards
as a basic part of the Democratic
program and which may become
a fundamental issue in the No-
vember elections. Within two
days, however, both the House
and Senate voted to override the
veto.
The Senate showed antagon-
ism toward the United Nations
Human Rights and Genocide Con-
ventions. Led by Senator John
W. Bricker, an Ohio Republican,
59 Senators joined in sponsoring
such international rights agree-
ments. This happened despite the
fact that a State Department
spokesman had pointed out that
the United States has cooperated
in the past "with other nations
in the suppression of such lesser
offenses as the killing of fur
seals. It is natural that other
nations look to the United States
for cooperation in the suppres-
sion of the most heinous offense
of all the destruction of hu-
man groups." The Senate ig-
nored a State Department re-
minder that, "No one can yet
have forgotten the organized
butchery of racial groups by the
Nazis, our enemies" in World
War II, which resulted in the
extermination of some 6,000,000
Jews." The American Jewish
Congress testified against the
move by the 59 Senators. But
the international human rights
accord was viewed by too many
Senators as somehow "subver-
sive".
The Presidential race ignited
anti-Semitic agitation. The Am-
erican Jewish Committee report-
ed that "the use of anti-Sem-
itism as a political instrumental-
ity is currently being stepped up
significantly." Senator Mike
Monroney said the Senate elec-
tions sub-committee had many
samples of election smear mater-
ial prepared by hate-mongers
from coast-to-coast. The agitat-
ors attacked General Dwight
Eisenhower as "the Swedish
Jew" and "the tool of the Zion-
ists and the Jew Deal." The An-
ti-Defamation League said that
"some of the people who have
decided that Eisenhower is the
I man to beat for the Republican
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of the
Florida Hotel Supply Co. and The Linen Center of Miami
137 W. Flagler Street 130 S. Miami Avenue
Wish All Their Friends and Customers A Happy New Year
nomination have wittingly or
unwittingly reached down to
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460 H.W. 79th Street
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May the New year Bring Unity for the United Nations
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By GEORGE B. PERRY
Virtually every Jewish-owned and operated service or en-
terprise shuts down tight for Rosh Hashona except Good Deeds.
Incorporated, which is open for business on the High Holy Days,
as it is 365 days in the yecrr.
It's one business that has no slack season, no lack of cus-
tomers, no shortage of merchandise. The business of doing
good deeds is always good. Good Deeds, Incorporated, is sat-
isfied with no profit except the .
satisfaction of doing an essential ; a da>- A hurried briefing told
job in a field in which it has a
virtual monopoly. It pays no div-
idends other than the good feel-
ing that comes from making peo-
ple happy.
Good Deeds, Incorporated, is
the collective name thousands of
him he would have to rush off
to help conduct a Sabbath serv-
ice for a small contingent of Gls
with an isolated company some
50 miles away. Loading his car
with prayer books and kosher
tidbits, he set off in the dark
Jewish Gls ar.d hospitalized Jew- | along unfamiliar back roads. Los-
ish veterans affectionately give j ing his way twice, he reached
to the Jewish chaplains. USO- | his destination at nearly mid-
JWB field workers and JWB I night, when the service began in
Armed Services volunteers who, | an open field under moonlight.
as a team, perform good deeds j Because his GI congregants
daily, from Rosh Hashona to Rosh i wanted it that way. a Navy chap-
Hashona. J lain participating in a Caribbean
On a scorching hot day. a JWB I nav^ manuever, went over the
field man was hurrying home a- sh'P.'s side in a beach assault op-
long the dusty backroads of Vir- lerat'n. hugging a mi-iature Tor-
ginia. He had already covered !ah under one arm and a load of
five camps and two veterans hos- re''gious supplies in the other.
pitals. Since dawn, he had dis- When the landing was completed
trifcuted 500 religious kits at a !and ,he "enemy" overcome, the
trair.side farewell to Gls moving chaplain set up his temporary
off to Korea, cajoled a com- ; cnaPel on the beaoh and held a
manding officer into issuing an i service for a host of tired but
emergency furlough for a soldier
whose mother was critically ill,
visited with a dying veteran in
pital and assisted a harried
lier with last minute details
his v.( dding.
Arriving home in Newport
News, he was cheered bv t--
happy seamen.
In this field, successful com-
pletion of a good deed requires
plenty of resourcefulness, as in
the case of one of the Jewish
chaplains in Korea. On the eve
of Chanuka. he had received all
his JWB supplies except the Mtn-
prospect of a Sabbath meal 8nd|2 y wer< unic"countab]y
a quiet evening with his family ,rit-ayed in transit. Obeying the
Eut his wife's face quickly show- Blolual injunction to beat swords
I him that he had yet i -other m* Pkwwureg, the chaplain con*
jgoodd.cd todc before celling !t ^Continued on Next Page)
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From
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235 Uncon Road phJ&*-**
- Miami Beach. Florida
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PHONE 9-2291
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trived a Korean brand of Menor-
ah. For candleholders, he welded
nine 45 calibre shell cases to a
base composed of half of a spent
105 mm. shell.
To do their good deeds, chap-
lains need to be enterprising, in-
genious and ready to do the im-
possible. An example is the chap-
lain in Alaska who was asked
by some Jewish GIs if he could
get fresh chaleh for the Sabbath
and who talked a mess sergeant
into baking them with recipe
guidance from the chaplain's
wife. Others are the chaplains
in Korea who found ways of get-
ting tempting Hamentaschen
from Japan via an airlift. Then
there is the chap'.ain in mid-Pa-
cific who scrourged a Chupah
and had it shipped via Army air
transport.
Equal resourcefulness is re-
quired of USO-JWB field work-
ers in their day-to-day job of
doing good deeds. The worker in
Washington, D.C.. recently had a
tough one tossed at him. A refu-
gee, who was. a survivor of Aus-
chwitz, had cracked up. Even
the psychiatrist at St. Elizabeth's
Hospital was despairing of ever
"reaching" the man. During one
of the JWB man's visits to the
hospital, the doctor came up with
a startlirg assignment: Could
JWB helD find sorreone who had
been with the refugee at Aus-
chwitz? Discovery of such a per-
son might shed some light on the
cause of the patient's breakdown,
the doctor said. Without too
much hope, the JWB worker be-
gan his search. It took six
months, but he found his man in
a tiny hamlet in New Jersey.
There's no glamour in these
good deeds, but the men ar.d
women, too, whose business is
good deeds are not concerned
with headlines. They travel back-
roads, in fair weather and foul,
ride snow-covered trails in Alas-
ka, jeep their way over tortuous,
sniper-infested mountain passes
in Korea, fly the air lanes across
the Pacific, travel over shell-
pitted side roads in Germany and
through the narrow streets of
bizarre North African cities be-
cause they know that Jewish GIs
hundred and even thousands of
miles away from home, look to
Good Deeds, Incorporated, for ev-
ery variety of help, with a high
priority given to the impossible.
Jewish chaplains think noth-
ing of riding 700 miles a week
over icy Korean roads to bring
latkes to their boys at the front.
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INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Bldg.
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Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
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A pious sergeant in Fayetteville,
North Carolina, is made happy
when the JWB committee finds
him a home with an Orthodox
family. Jewish._soldiers in trop-
ical outposts in the Caribbean
know they can count on the USO-
JWB worker from Panama for
regular visits, whatever the heat
and however fierce the rains. A
GI in Louisville, worried because
his talith needed repair, depend-
ed or the JWB worker for this
essential chore. The GI couple
in Alaska, marooned by a bliz-
zard on their wedding day, were
delighted when the chaplain ar-
rived via dog-sled, hauling a sled-
load of kosher wedding food.
There's no glamour in a lepro-
sarium oraTB hospital, but Jew-
ish chaplains get there, even >f
there is only a single, lonely Jew-
ish veteran.
The GI and the hospitalized
veteran have a host of problems
for the solution of which they
| look to Good Deeds, Incorpor-
ated. Even servicemen's fam-
ilies are the concern of this JWB
team of good deed doers. Chap
lains and JWB staffers scurry a-
round in search of jobs and hous-
ing for GI wives. They conduct
Bar Mitzvah classes for service-
men's youngsters, act as chauf-
feurs for families visiting the post
or hospitals and even serve as
baby sitters.
Sometimes the good deed for
a family is a kind of triple play
involving several communities.
The bereaved wife of a GI killed
in Korea decided to move from
Seattle and go back home to Mas-
sachusetts. The Seattle JWB of-
fice and the Jewish chaplain
there alerted the Chicago JWB
office where the woman and her
two small children were due for
a three hour stop-over. A JWB
volunteer in Chicago met the
family at train-side and played
host to them until their train for
the East was ready. And at Bos-
ton the family was met again by
a JWB worker. Acting as the
seeing eye for a blind veteran
flying from a Rhode Island hos-
pital to his home in Texas, play-
ing dreidel with a psychoneurotic
veteran, arranging a Bar Mitzvah
for a mental patient in a VA hos-
pital or bringing a supply of
baby clothing to a GI's wife are
all part of the business of Good
Deeds, Incorporated.
The symbolic Good Deeds. In-
corporated, is on the job from the
inhospitable rock called Keflav-
ik, Iceland, to Dunn, North Caro-
lina, from Korea to Germany,
from Texas to Indo-China, Rosh
Hashor.a as every day.
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Miami. Florida
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A w / FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
19. 19S2
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Registered Pharmacist on Duty to Fill
Your Prescriptions Accurately
1601 LUDLUM ROAD PHONE 87-7097
John O. Griffith
GREETINGS
CLEVELAND
Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
2315 N. W. 14th Street. MIAMI
JOHN HUGLEN
P. O. Box 4007, MIAMI
TC ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP.
Contractor Equipment
Woodworking and Metal working Machinery
316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
PHONE 2-S419
5712: UN In Review
iREE flNGS
Junior's Restaurant
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MIAMI BEACH
Z'JJ.ZHT~-*LL': AIR-CONDmCNID
:. HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
rC ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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PHONE 9-4008
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Ven-Mor Beer Distributing Co.
BLATZ For Me
CARLING ALE
1344 N.W. 23rd STREET PHONE 82-1405
G R E E T I N 3 3
EN.CY YOrP VISIT AT
Trad*' Wind* lit ml Court
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Sho-*Tooms Comer 79"i St. ~r.d SLs-trrre Blvd.. Fco-ne "
Phone 78-4731
"5-4244
By ARTHUR LEWIS
J*wlh Telegraphic
Ar-nov. Inc )
UNITED NATIONS During
the past year, no progress was
made toward a peace settlement
in Paiest:ne. The next move is
up to the Arabs, for the Israelis.
through their representative
here, Abba S. Eban. have re-
peatedly sa;d that they were
ready to meet with them "at any
at any time. But there
' are n ligna that the Arabs are
ready to negotiate, at least none
that can be read here at the
There have been "peace feel-
put uut in Egypt, and to a
extent in Syria. Some of
it ii felt here, have been
--d. However, the Arab
. s. although they may want
a peace settlement, hold back like
boys at a water hole; they seem
to be afraid to be the first to
make a move. All that can be
deduced from these "peace feel-
ers" is that there is apparently
a large number of candidates for
the second Arab state to make
peace with Israel.
Nothing new or startling came
out of the last General Assembly
in Paris as far as Israel was con-
cerned. The Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission was given a
new lease on life, more because
the diplomats didn't think it
1 could do any harm than they
thought it could do any good.
Its headquarters has been mov-
ed to New York so that it would
be in close touch with the Unit-
ed Nations, but a sign of the
Commission's decline is the fact
that it is staffed by members of
permanent delegations rather
than by special representatives.
The PCC is going to make no
move to bring the parties to-
gether: it will be on hand to help
in arranging a peace conference.
At Paris, a $250,000,000 plan
for the resettlement and relief
Of the Arab refugees in Pales-
tine was adopted: most of the
' : is t j be spent on resettle-
a diminishing amount
the idea of the scheme
to end the problem of these
refugees The plan u spread ov-
' -.nd the funds for
" first peration have
less guaranteed.
. H J hn Blandford. the
Nations commissioner, i
I efforts, is run-
lal difficulties in i
' scheme. Only '
tates, S
I the n set-
A efugee; th<
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i others, as they have made clear
here on several occasions, pre-
fer to keep the refugees as refu-
gees so that they can use these
wretched people as political
weapons against Israel and are
not anxious to see them settled
and leading useful lives.
For some time now, there has
been no Security Council meet-
ing on Palestine, and although
there have been incidents along
the frontiers, they have been of
a minor nature. The prevailing
calm in Palestine has led some
delegates here to believe that
the issue won't be raised at the
next Assembly. Certainly, there
is nothing new which can be
said about it. but that doesn't
mean to say that it will not be
debated.
As for the other activities here.
Dr. G. Lothan, of Israel, was
elected rapporteur of the Social
j Commission and took a leading
: part in its work. He brought the
commission a wide experience in
rehabilitation due to his work
in the Ministry of Social Wel-
, fare.
Israel has always taken a keen
interest in human rights, and,
j during the Pans Assembly. Emile
I Najar, of the Israeli delegation,
pointed out the difference be-
: tween civil and political rights
and economic and social rights.
| He said that civil and political
rights could be enacted by leg-
: islation, while economic and so-
cial rights, the rights to educa-
tion and social security and so
on, were the result of a certain
development of the country.
Mr. Najar was not suggesting
that there should be two coven-
ants. In fact, the Israeli delegate
favored one treaty with the first
part, consisting of the civil and
political rights, to be acceded 10
Immediately, while the second
part, containing the economic
and social rights, could be join-
ed later. Although not a mem-
ber of the Human Rights Com-
mission, the Israeli delegation
kept in close touch with its work
here.
There is no doubt that the
most important benefit which Is-
rael has received from the Unit-
ed Nations during the past year,
and is likely to receive during
the next year, is technical as-
sistance. A Swedish commercial
expert, Sune Carlsen, has been
appointed resident representa-
tive of the Technical Assistance
Board in Israel and has already
taken up his post. Such an ap-
IContinued on Page 14 D)
Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mr*. S. A. Goodman
and I antilu
8140 Hawthorne Avenue. Miami Beach

MIAMI BEACH
FIRST -NATIONAL IIA Mi
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
JACK Hlltsn,
and son
Slllf,
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRo,v5
Coffins
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7450 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phones 86-4630 86-5919
C. V. Galardi
216 Roper Building
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. PHILIP BALIK
of
BALIN'S BAKERY
1094 S.W. 27th Ave.. Ph. 48-9124
EXTEND SEASON'S
GREETINGS
TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
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AIR-CONDITIONED
1273 S.W. 22nd STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-0520
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Jefferson Hotel
121 15th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1141
A
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NEW
YEAR
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i;piiHM-riiii* Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS.
3104 CORAL WAY
Telephone 83-7080
Office Phone 2-2411
Residence Phone 4-3922
FOSTER
Electric Co.
CONTRACTING
ALTERATIONS
SERVICE
Paul Foster, Oxtmer
2175 W. Fiagler Street
Miami Florida
Harry and Bess Gersten
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BABS VANDERBILT SHOP. 2005 Collins Avenue
WOMEN'S RESORT APPAREL
TO ALL HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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234 N.W. 22nd Terrace Miami
WARD PAVING CO.
CONTRACTORS
STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
1731 N. W. 54th Street Phona 89-2711
MIAMI
Anti-Semitism
By ANDHIL FINEBERG
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish. Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The security of lews requires that a constant vigilant pro-
gram be conducted to combat the efforts of hate venders. II
the price of combating anti-Semitism is that the Jewish people
be constantly exhibited as the "defamed people", we had better
examine that price carefully. To live forever in the eyes of
one's neighbors as the most insulted people is a psychologically
ruinous situation. "playing down" the individual
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
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1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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PRESENTS
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| Crawford & Fleetwood Sectional
Door for your garage.
12548 N.W. 36th St. Ph. 9-6732
Jews are by no means the only
maligned group. Every racial and
religious group has some defam-
ers. If the villifiers were the
leaders of the nation, heaven help
the despised group. If public
opinion were swinging heavily a-
gainst a group, the program need-
ed to rescue the group from
grievous injury might cost prac-
tically all that the group could
pay. The personnel for that pro-
gram would have to be tremen-
dous, and its ramifications would
anti-Semite instead of "playing
him up" the anti-Semites will
become more bold, they will ac-
quire a larger following and the
Jews will again be the "defam-
ed", who listen with apprehen-
sion to every stray conversation
fearing that, as in 1939 and 1940,
people are speaking ill of them.
Fortunately, there are excellent
methods by which anti-Semitism
and other forms of group intoler-
ance can be counteracted with-
out publicizing the anti-Semites
GREETINGS TO ALL
L. MORRIS
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2581 N. W. 72nd STREET PHONE 71-0551
Miami Tile Distributors Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
Architectural Glazed Clay Wall Tile
Willette China and Chrome Accessories
Ceramic Floor Tile
Alabama Marble
Terrazzo Machines and Supply
284 N.E. 59th Terrace Ph. 84-6673
have to be such as would have | and their scurrilities. The teach-
been needed, for example, to stop er of intercultural education does
FOLLOW THE CROWD
COTTAGES
THE COCKALORUM
RESTAURANT & BAR
OPEN
8:30 A.M. to 4:00 A.M.
Phone 81-67190
13501 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 38. Florida
Hitler from coming into power
in Germany.
Fortunately, no such situation
confronts American Jewry. And
fortunately, it is not at all neces-
sary to save American Jewry
from the attacks of anti-Semites
by advertising, publicizing the
fact that the Jews are being de-
famed.
In fact, telling the world
through public channels that this
bit of anti-Semitism or that bit-
of anti-Semitic scurrility is being
propagated by certain crack-pots
is self-defeating. What do those
who create and distribute the
calumnies desire more ardently
than that they receive maximum
circulation? The fact that with
the ugly statements there are
disproof, condemnation and the
like still leaves the tragic prob-
not cite hate-merchants as ex-
amples. She does not tell the
youngsters the terrible things be-
ing said about various groups.
Yet she gets excellent results.
The processes of positive and
constructive education carried on
in numerous fields have been im-
munizing the soil against anti-
Semitism, so that the anti-Sem-
itic speeches and literature have
not found enough fertile soil to
grow a dangerous crop.
There is grave temptation for
those who combat anti-Semitism.
The canards and the activities
of the anti-Semites are exciting.
Coping with them is cloak and
dagger sleuthing and ferreting
out secrets all very dramatic,
indeed. And there is the intrig-
uing word: Exposure. Hav-
ing a newspaper with large cir-
To All Greetings
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WHOLESALE HOME FREEZE
2122 N. W. 7th AVE. MIAMI
liKe sun leaves wc uanu h1"" 7 .i.....u0. th
lem that the damaging statement culat.on reprint exactly what the
* .. ..._:i_ ,,.,<,,...!!,.-. inrifp and draw in
GREETINGS
$
CARSON'S
MOTOR INN
AUTO REPAIRS
Phone 2-3586
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
GREETINGS
Ace-Saxon, Inc.
Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd A*e.
Miami, Ha. Phone 7-6677
AUTOMATIC
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MACHINES
A Service Institution
remains in the memory while
what was said about it fades out.
Scientific studies that have
been made of "sleeper effects" in-
dicate that it is the content that
is remembered, not the source.
Imparting a libel in order to at-
tack or refute it is a dreadful
blunder, when the hearer would
otherwise be unaware of the ob-
jectionable statement.
Jews whe furnish rosters of
obscure anti-Semites along with
anthologies of their statements
and put these into public librar-
ies have failed to understand the
tragic lessons of Jewish history.
The method they pursue ended
in catastrophe again and again.
From 1943 until 1951, American
Jewry quarantined the anti-
Semites.
After years of oblivion and
famine, when Jews gave them
no publicity, the American anti-
Semitic agitators recently began
to receive publicity from Jewish
sources. They are having a re-
birth of importance in their own
esteem and in the esteem of their
dupes. Their names have ap-
peared recently in places where
they themselves could never
have put them.
I predict that unless American
Jewry returns to the technique of
anti-Semites write and draw in
their vile cartoons is certainly
exposure. But what does it ex-
pose? It exposes the entire pub-
lic to filth which the anti-Sem-
ites could not have brought to
the attention of more than a
fraction of the public.
Exposure of a crime is an en-
tirely different matter. It re-
sults in the arrest, conviction and
jailing of the offender. But what
happens to an obscure anti-Sem-
ite whose one great handicap is
that he has been suffering from
obscurity and from being ignor-
ed? What happens to his writ-
ings? Are they exposed or are
they made notable by the pub-
licity?
The slow, patient work of de-
feating the bigot by making the
things he says unpalatable with-
out ever mentioning him by
name, is not dramatic. Long
range community relations re-
sults arc achieved by methods
that do not attract applause.
Neither the anti-Semite nor his
opponent comes into the lime-
light. But unless the victims of
bigotry learn to put their sup-
port behind effective, construc-
tive long range methods, they
will find that it is they who be-
come all the more exposed.
A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
Adore Beauty Salon
815 W. 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9713 Mrs. May Pridgen
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
HUKY'S
Cathay House Restaurant .,
CHINESE AMERICAN CUISINE
FAMOUS CANTONESE DISHES
227 22nd Street Phone 5-3590
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL GREETINGS
MIAMI
127 N. W. 2nd Street.
^
Miami
H. L. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami Ha. 3148 Coral Way
*
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Frantone
Beauty Salon
HARPER METHOD
4104 N. MERIDIAN AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phona 5-6280
Fran Donata
<
WiqhJuen, Site.
Women's Apparel "1
738 Lincoln Road PHone 5-3429
MIAMI BEACH


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+Jenf$t fkridiar
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
srilll F S MARKET
MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF
1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3751
M. II. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27lh Avenue Phone 48-9876
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Deauville Package Store
6640 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phones 86-2902 86-7181

WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
KENNY ELECTRIC CO.
1404 20th STREET
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone 5-7729
Day Of Awe, Hope
By RABBI SIDNEY GREENBERG
The High Holidays ccns'.ituie a rich spiritual symphony
in which many heroic motifs are blended. The celebration of
the birthday of the universe, t.v.3 coronation cf the King of Kings.
the remerr.brcnce of the merit of the cnces'.crs, the emphasis
upon life's brevity, the yearning fcr mere liie these motifs
are all inter-woven in the liturgy. The dominant end recurrent
theme, however, is the insistence upon the need for repentance.
Indeed, the tei r ;;-.. I V m Kippur coi ealn nt, projection these
lituti As ay T- and ether mental rrasks we use
TC ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FENNER IRON
ORNAMENTAL METAL
CRAFTSMEN DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS
372 Coral Way Phone 48-3929
shuvaw, the 1 of r< ni-
:
The : c< n-
trite ild it
"' foCUS the
- r -; : i :
M nventory, hoi
ly takei : luetive 1
- ppreciation The
ild be
Bl :.'
vast potent
the
an turn to
. : iin| :
st L k ..'.. b .:. : tl ici
.- oi:r inadequacies must
be removed. We need first the
courage to accuse ourselves.
The consciousness of sin must
be '' llowed by its confession di-
rectl to God without benefit of
The cnumera-
t Sins fou 1 in the Al Chet
ustive to touch
n thi ; al transgressions
18, It has been sug-
ted that th< reason for the
rangi ment of the
th< AJ Chi I was to as-
usion to the list. For
repeated [7m eh Tokef p, v. : '' fhave n en,d
via reas tl ni of rrx n do not.
.an yed; fear and
trerr.blirts J, too,
hen I great trumpet is s
< ard.
is
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Josie's Knit Shoppe
Hcnd Made Bags and Yams Covered Buttons
1452 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA
ay be true of the number
if human sins but rot of their
varnty. The Vox Kippur con-
fessional teems to cover the
types of human transgressions
But fear does r. t ;..,!,: to des- with terrifying thoroughness,
pair. The awareru f our sins u .....
and our hu.-nan frailty is relived fk g con'esse<* his sins.
by the comforting faith that we V"** Pen;tt" f determine
can conquer sin. The accusing "?*"? Z*"* ^ Ht
voice is silenced lo-g enough to peat. hc 8.ir'. R?e without
enable us to hear the whispered *solu;tIon 1? ^adequate. Morris
assurance that atonement is with- J'**;P" *t'curatutl>' reflected Jew-
in reach. We need not remaln ^h ^"8 when he wrote. "We
the unwilling captives of our y be truly sorry for our short"
own transgressions. Give-, a dc- \erorr,n*s' "Cere in our entreaties
termined will on our part we !, PardVrr'est in our desire
can count on Divine assistance If0!" raoncihation with the High-
! to liberate us from the shackles I ba} U"leSS ,0 crown a11 this
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOBLE H. PARKER
REAL ESTATE
1623 Michigan Avenue Mia^ Beach
of our own fashioning. Thus our
Sages taught: -If a man opens
his heart even so slightly as a
needle's eye. God will ope: it as
wide as the gateway to the Tem-
ple Hall."
we solemnly resolve to make a
better fight for Duty henceforth,
the Day will have dore little
for us." True atonement involves
amendment.
This, then,
the three-fold
Thus God is not only our Judge I sPintual strategy to nd ourselves
it also our ally in the struggle sin recognition, recitation,
but aiso cur ally in the struggle
for moral regeneration. Yom
Kippur was traditionally referred
renunciation.
Where the sin is against a fel-
GITTMAX ANB LAPOFF
Kosher Meats and Poultry
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
325 Collins Avenue
Telephone 58-1031
Miami Beach
j to as the -white fast" because it 'low ""an, a fourth step is requir-
' held out th? promise of victory Ied reparation. "If thou hast
en the fierce battlefield of the.sir-ned against thy brother go
Soul, The Jerusalem Talmud put first and appease him. otherwise
the thought this way: "When 'th^ Day of Ate.nement cannot ab-
n-.en are summoned before an 'solve thee."
stive?- /U'er. ,0 ^ und them" The Prayers cf th holy days
I,'1 "5 Sme cnarge- ^ey! are beautiful and moving The
hEri? irJL*"0"* and d/CSSed in, spiritual reveille sounded by the
black, like mourners. Israel ap- Shofar is dramatically stirring
Zn* taVES '" h,te 3S ,f N'dre Chant *** svmpa-
gomg to ., feast, confident that thet.c note in everv Jew.shheart
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Insul-Mastic Laboratories, Inc.
(Florida Waterproofing Division)
3154 North Miami Avenue
Miami 37. Florida
Telephone 3-5117
penitent return? How rshuv S\M ^ ""^ m
RABBI SOLOMON MACHTEY
RABBI and MRS. S. 31. MAt IITEI
MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY
and STELLA REGINA
Extend To All Jewry
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1351 N.W. 1st COURT
GREETINGS TO ALL
WAYSIDE FARMS
SPECIALIZING IN HOME
GROWN STRAWBERRIES
1635 N.W. 42nd Court
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Henry E.
Mangels Company
Distributers for
Schlitz
-The Beer that made
Milwaukee Famout"
122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H I -T OXE
PHOTO SERVICE
736 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5822
HAPPY NEW YEAR
c.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
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WHERE
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IS GIVEN
Beauty
SALON
1735 CORAL WAY
SPECIAL1Z1SG IS ALL
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PrJONE
48-4328
Nata's
Yacht Basin
1M4 N. W. North **
Drive
Phone 2-3067


AY SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
* Jmisti FkridHlan
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IcEASON'S BEST WISHES
Itefft-s gowns
BRIDAL &
EVENING WEAR
46 Coral Way
83-6112
V
GREETINGS
W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machine*
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
123 N. E. 1st St.
PHONE 2-0115
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CoffeeAnd None Better
NEW ELITE
RESTAURANT
2C3 N. E. 1st Avenue
"Where Friends Meet"
Home Cooking a Specialty
SPAGHETTI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone 2-5197
I TO ALL THE SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
Aeolite Neon
Sign Co.
404 S.W. 3rd Ave.
PHONE 2-0152
DR. W. H. ELLIS
M N.E. 13th Street
Miami. Fla.
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EEST WISHES TO ALL
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927 N. W. 7th Avenue
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EDWARDS PKOIirCE CO.
1260 N.W. 22nd Street Ph. 2-4860
Problems
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Mays Transfer Inc.
4305 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 78-6440
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(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Teleeraphie Agen>-y, Inc.)
TEL AVIV The day-to-day struggle to give the State of
Israel a traditional Jewish aspect through constitutional means
is led by the four Orthodox parties which participated in the
previous Israeli Government as a bloc. Although they do so
now under a looser form of coordination, the coalition is also
bound by their minimum demands maintenance of the status
quo in religious matters. In fact.
it is becoming much more diffi-
cult to be a non-observant Jew
than a non-Jew in Israel, one case
in point being the attitude to-
ward missionary activity and
mixed marriages.
The local Rabbinate raises
great obstacles in the path of the
few non-Jews who apply for con-
version in order to marry Jews,
ar.d advise Israel immigration of-
ficers abroad to keep out entire-
ly Gentiles accepted into Juda-
ism by Reform Rabbis. They re-
gret not having been able to pre-
vent the admission of several
hundred non-Jewish spouses of
^Jewish immigrants.
Since the British left, no one
in this country is entitled to per-
form a mixed marriage, so that
the few Jewish girls, who braved
the not always civilized oppo-
sition of their relatives in mar-
rying local Moslems, had no
choice but to embrace their hus-
bands' religion although Islam
does not demand such convers-
ions from other monotheistic re-
igions. Most Jewish girls mar-
rying Christians in their church-
es, go no further than to declare
themselves members of no re-
ligion, although this renders
their marriages void under local
law.
The few people, including the
first Israel Minister of the Inter-
ior, Yitzhak Gruenbaum, who de-
clared themeselves in the first
Israel census to be of Jewish
nationality but of no religion, are
considered freaks and their dec-
larations of no consequence.
Hopeless is the case of Jewish
converts to Christianity who, at
a congress they held a year- and-
a-half ago in Jerusalem, demand-
ed recognition as a new relig-
ious sect within the Jewish na-
tion. Most of the several thous-
and Jews baptized find it neces-
fCo'ntinued on Page 13 D)
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Miami
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By I. M. GREEN
ISRAEL:
The Year 5712. just ended, was
a difficult one for the young
state of Israel, yet there was a
buoyancy and optimistic spirit
in the country which pointed to
better days ahead. A coalition
government, consisting of the
moderately Socialist Mapai and
lour religious parties, again head-
ed by David Ben-Gurion as Pre-
mier, was formed in October as
a result of the general Parliamen-
tary elections held during the
: summer. This government then
: took steps to improve the econ-
; omic situation of the country by
controlling inflation, stimulating
I productivity and encouraging for-
eign capital investments.
In November, the Jewish Ag-
ency announced a program of
selective immigration into IsreTel
for 1952. ar.d in the months that
followed the number of immi-
grants coming into the Jewish
state was much smaller than in
former years. The United Na-
tions Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission announced its failure to
replace the armistice agreements
between the Arab states and Is-
rael into a peace pact. A sea-
men's strike of several weeks, in
which the fight between the two
Socialist parties, Mapai and Ma-
pam, played an important part,
was finally settled, but not before
much violence had taken place.
A month later. Premier Ben-
Gurion caused a sensation by crit-
icizing American Zionist leaders
for not settling in Israel and de-
i daring that Zionist leadership in
the United States went bankrupt
since the establishment of the
Jewish state. The Premier also
said that Israel needed teachers,
nurses, engineers, chemists and
other technicians from America.
He stated that the current immi-
gration decline was not due to
selective immigration but rather
to the fact that mass immigration
sources were drying up.
As 1952, began, Israel was stir-
red by violent controversy over
the matter of entering into ne-
gotiations with Germany for the
payment of reparations to Jews,
which the Parliament finally ap-
proved. There was mob violence
and hundreds of arrests. In
March, negotiations between rep-
resentatives of the Israel Govern-
ment and of Jewish organiza-
tions, on the one hand, and rep-
resentatives of the West German
Government were finally begun
at The Hague. Holland.
At first Jews and Germans
could not agree on the sums to
be paid for the damage inflicted
by Nazism on world Jewry and
negotiations were called off. But
in June, the Germans came out
with an offer to pay $715,000,000
to the State of Israel in settle-
ment of Israel's claims for one
billion dollars and to pay be-
sides S107.000.000 to the Confer-
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany in settlement
of private Jewish reparations de-
mands. Negotiations were then
resumed, and the end of the year
a settlement was expected to be
reached.
Israel was heartened by the
announcement that the United
Jewish Appeal in the United
States had set a goal of $151,-
500.000 for its 1952 campaign and
that the Israel Bond Drive here
would strive to raise $200,000,-
000 during the same period. As
the Jewish year ends, it can be
said that Israel has, during the
year, received about $250,000,-
000 from America in the form
of UJA contributions, bonds sales
and US Government aid under
the Mutual Security Act. The
lack of coordination between the
UJA and Israel Bond Drive in
America and the misunderstand-
ings that arose as a result was
something to worry Israel gov-
ernment leaders who began to
take steps to bring about such
coordination.
During the year, the Govern-
ment of Israel undertook to de-
velop on a large scale its deso-
late southern region, the Negev,
which was said to hold the key
to its industrial future. In an
Independence Day broadcast.
B< n-Gurion declared that while
the young state had registered
impressive achievements in the
four years of its existence, the
road ahead was still hard. In
June, the Government announc-
ed a currency reform which
would yield the state 25 million
pounds in the form of a compul-
sory loan.
An incident which shocked the
entire population of Israel was
the bombing in June of the home
of Minister of Communications
Pinkas for which two young men,
members of a so-called Canaanitc
sect, were held. The bombs were
said to have been laid in protest
against the enforced observance
of the Sabbath by private motor
car owners.
All Israel was grieved by the
death in July of Eleazar Kaplan,
Deputy Prime Minister and form-
er Finance Minister of the Jew-
ish state. It was Kaplan who
laid the fiscal groundwork of the
(Continued on Next Page)
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Miami Beach, Fla.
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C D. Thomas, Owner
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Miami Beach
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1828 Bay Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
MR. fc MRS. FRANK KANNEB|
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MR. & MRS.
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and Family
oi Miami Beach, Fix
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Miami Beach
Phone 5-5511
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
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MIAMI
Phone 4-2090
lifer Personal Supervision of
IRENE NIELSEN
Mr. and Mrs.
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nd daughter Joyce
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Kappy New Year
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ACE BEAUTY SALON
|218 7th St.. Miami Beach
Phone 5-7031
HILDA'S
- 23rd St., Miami Beach
Phone 58-5175
HILDA'S
1627 Michigan Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 58-5932
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500 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
Phone Dial 81. then Dial 6-3511
I FRUITFUL '52
MONTEREY
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2031 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8335
I Club & Casino Equipment
|A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
I ales Drug
Store
519 N.W. 42nd Avenue
MIAMI
hone 48-7366 L. C. Tate
S. OKOUNEFF
and Family
126 S.W. 16th Ave.
wish the
President. Officers
-nd members of
CONGREGATION
BETH-EL
A Happy New Year
I NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
(Continued from Precedino; Page}
new nation as its first Finance
Minister.
The controversy over the status
of Jerusalem between Israel and
other countries was not ended as
5712 drew to a close. There was
resentrhent in United Nations
circles over the announced in-
tention of Israel to move its For-
eign Ministry to Jerusalem from
Tel Aviv.
There were sppradic outbursts
of anti-Semitic violence during
the year in Miami, Florida, and
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
where Synagogues were bombed,
while in Santa Monica, Californ-
ia, a Los Angeles suburb, the
local paper accused the Jewish
Community Center of offering a
platform to left-wingers who, it
said, are "hostile to the Ameri-
can system of free enterprise."
Nevertheless, the general pic-
ture indicated an increase of
good-will and friendly coopera-
tion between Jews and Chris-
tians in this country. Jews and
Christians offered iheir Syna-
gogues and Churches to each
other for public worship, fought
together for civil rights legisla-
tion and cooperated in many
ways for the general public wel-
fare.
In internal Jewish affairs, the
Maclver report was the subject
of some sharp controversy be-
tween leaders of various Jewish
organizations. The recommenda-
tion in the report that Jewish
organziations fighting prejudice
coordinate their activities and
make an end to duplication seem-
ed to meet with the approval of
Jewish welfare funds throughout
the country and of all major na-
tional Jewish organizations ex-
cept the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. The con-
troversy was headed for a show-
down at the meeting of the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council early in Septem-
ber.
During the year, American
Jews raised some $250,000,000 for
both overseas and domestic Jew-
ish communal requirements. New
synagogues and centers sprang
up in various parts of the coun-
try as Jews moved more and
more into the suburbs of large
cities. Jewish cultural activities
were widespread, though there
were many complaints of lag-
ging synagogue attendance. The
one-hundredth anniversary of the
birth of Y. L. Peretz, famous
Polish-Yiddish writer, was cele-
brated by Yiddish-speaking
groups throughout the country,
and a square on New York's East
Side was named in his honor. At
the same time, Dr. Abba Hillel
A HsPPy New Year To All
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DANCING SCHOOL
73' 41st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
1 5"-7762 G. A. Spencer
Silver declared that Jewish life
in the USA will wither unless
there is deeper faith and more
learning.
During the year, too, American
Jews began to make preparations
for the celebration in 1954 of the
tercentenary of Jewish settle-
ment in the United States, the
three-hundredth anniversary of
the landing of Jews in New Am-
sterdam, now Mew York. Euro-
pean Jews were asked to take
part in the celebration.
Among noted American Jews
who died during the year were
Sigmund Rombcrg, famed oper-
etta composer; Jacob Landau,
founder of the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency; and Frank Atran,
philanthropist, who before his
death established a chair of Yid-
dish at Columbia University.
Jewish life in Western Europe
took on a normal aspect during
5712, as the DP camps in Ger-
many and Austria were virtually
liquidated. The Jewish popula-
tion of Great Britain, close to
half a million, saw little mani-
festations of anti-Semitism as
their government became more
cooperative and friendly toward
the State of Israel. France with
its 300,000 Jews, half of whom
were centered in Paris, was not
quite as free of anti-Semitic
propaganda as was England. In
both countries there were warn-
ings by Jewish leaders against
assimilationist tendencies on the
part of Jews. In Holland, the
Jewish population had declined
from the pre-war figure of 160,-
000 to 27,000. In West Germany
there were only 34,000 Jews.
In the countries behind the
Iron Curtain, Communist Russia
and its satellites, whatever news
of Jewish life there seeped
through to the West, was depress-
ing. In Russia, itself, Jewish cul-
ture was virtually non-existent,
and all manifestations of an in-
dependent Jewish spiritual life
outside of Synagogue services
were sternly suppressed. In the
satellite countries, Roumania,
Hungary, Poland and Czecho-
slavakia, where half a million
Jews were still said to reside,
Jewish culture was in the pro-
cess of liquidation. In those
countries, too, Jews of middle-
class origin were being constant-
ly hounded, arrested and deport-
ed to labor camps. Even Jewish-
Communist leaders, who were
! suspected of Jewish nationalist
[sympathies, were feeling the axe
I of their totalitarian governments.
Anna Pauker, former Foreign
Minister of Roumania, and Ru-
dolf Slonsky. Czechoslovak Com-
munist leader, were only the out-
standing examples of the elim-
ination of Jews from Commun-
ist governments.
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PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
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UNIVERSAL PLACEMENT SERVICE
employment service
10 McAllister hotel arcade
PHONE 9-4507
Frank F. Rathmell. Mar.
TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN H. BARCLAY
Tax Consultant
108 Giralda Ave.
Accountant
Phone 4-1683
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By GEOFFREY D. GOLDSTEIN
(Copyright. 1818. J< -' Telegi in
Agency< Inc.)
LONDON Witn the destruc-
tion of the pre-war German-Jew-
ish commun.ty and the severing
of all connections with Jews be-
hind the Iron Curtain. British
Jewry today stands as the larg-
est community of Jews in free
Europe. There are some 450.000
Jews in Britain and Irelard. with
the majority living in London.
Realizatiion of its new impor-
tance and standing in the Jew-
ish world dawned slowly on Brit-
ish Jewry. Its pre-war spiritual
reeds were administered mainly
by men from the great contin-
ent..! centers of learning. Now.
the community must find its
teachers and spiritual heads from
among the youngsters in its own
midst The lack of fully-trained
young men able to minister to
orthodox congregations for
British Jewry adheres in its mass-
es to Orthodox Judaism is
keenly felt.
But to .-ay that British Jewry
adheres t" Orthodox Judaism
does not mean that the commun-
ity .i- i religi us" one The calls
of 20th century business life do
not go unhet ded by the sons o;
thi great Jewish stalwarts of the
past With two or three notable
i ins, t ere is pie: ty of
room in the country's synagogues
Sabbath while the very
same synagogues are unable to
accept new applications for seats.
Jews College, which trains
young men for the ministry, finds
Tampered by a lack of;
funds But even if it had all the '
indtdates are
readilj .-.4
British Jews, on the whole,
agnifi nt a .- v ements, is
thetu ,\;
1 II -
id again by
p of char 11
Z nist rganiza-
r.bei ships,
- r led ex-
1 ir.g
: rael Ca met
ag pen 1
-- Bnush
I among
-
:
iling of
led to 1
: -" :. ft
Bntii
= Itcting its wel-
I G
1 An-
- Aa tion. 1
e of
'- I
- ttes to
- 01 vintage and
have profited by this I
Oe strongly anti-Zi is)
-: -Israel Nearly one-!
; -'-'--' ers of the Aaao-
'" "- I the Board.'
">'-; ?:.:; n 1 mte trie-
betweee the two bodies 1
which tend at times to overlap.
but they can. when the occasion
arises, act in concert A recent
example ot this was when com-
munal leaders visited Bucking-
ham Palace to present an address
of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth.
3oiled down, differences between
he Association and the Board are
most truly clashes between per-
sonalities.
Zionist life in the last two
ears, as in most other countries,
nas suffered some deterioration.
British Jewry gave willingly of
ts young men during Israel's
war of liberation and gave
handsomely of its money too. But
now. its senses, dulled by the
drumming of appeal leaders.
cash-for-Israel targets are harder
to hit, To get money today the
magnetism of a grand dinner has
to be powered by the dynamism
>f a great speaker. Dancing For
Israel us one journal termed
the charity balls no longer
draws the crowds.
British JJews, on the whole,
are not poor. The fragments of
a deprt ssed community still ex-
ist in the East F.nd. but the sons
ind daughters of those colorful
Jewish personalities who popu-
ated the area at the turn of the
entury have moved west across
London, through the West End
ind on into the new suburbs of
north and northwest London.
They have acquired in their pass-
age 1 41 at dal of London's tex-
tile and allied trades. The fur
trade, too, contains a large num-
ber of Jews. But the enormous
in the cost of living has re-
. the 1 ate of giving to char-
Appeals for Israel also have to
. intend with a growing aware-
ness, nine too soon, of the needs
' Ui 1 bodies. The slump
clothing trade earlier this
>.. which continues on a less
seri ius scale, hit many working-
.1- Jews who have no private
apital to f.,11 back on. This meant
fxtra calls on the Boards of
Guardians. There are Jewish or-
-tes. hospitals and nursing
i to be kept goirg as well
as a number of Jewish day
All this and Israel, too,
the cost of living increas-
es No sat sfactory way has yet
I und of operating a joint
funo which could make
wide appeal and then
the proceeds.
Pern ips t -.e greatest achieve-
rs- of the past years, which
yet been fully appreci-
is the tightening of the
between British Jewry
and Jews living in other coun-
tries of the Commonwealth. Chief
Rabbi Israel Brodie's visit to Aus-
tralia and New Zealand, with the
accompanying Jewish press pub-
licttjr of Jewish life in those
countries, gave a deeper mean-
ing t> Jewish brotherhood.
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3*73 S. W. 8th STREn
Phone 4-6872
TOPS IN CORNICES
GREETINGS
Paramount
Soda Shop
253 East Flaaler 5^
Miami, Florida
Phone 3-9244
A Most Happy New Yearioj
IVewland Elect
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COMMERCIAL
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Phono 89-5452
Miami. Fla.
'NINO
INSURANCE FOR ALL
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Phone 3-5761
44 S. E. 8th Street
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PLANT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling results can be
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which contains minerili 1
will help keep chinch bugs <
of your lawn. Sold exelunfil
'hughesi
6 E E D STORE
116 S. Miami Are.
Ph.M
GREETINGS
Phase I Hit
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SmCLATfl GASOLIWE COODYEAS TIRES
ISM N. Br*aor Drire, Miami. Florida
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Edward* Men** A Boys" Wear
JS'^ MrS" Mcunce Samuel* and Daughter Cynthia
3542 N.W. 17th AVENUE %HONF. 3-9724
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
TERMITE PRCXSSrE25IIGATING-MOTH proofing
*tt Boad,d fsBfonaed Operator.
Ml AM: -MIAMI BEACH CORAL CABLES
Biseavne Exterminating Service. Inc.
3*25 POHCE DE leo* BLVD. PHOItP tAltt
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JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flaaler Street
PHONE 3-2197
MIAMI BEACH
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,AY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
-JenlsMcrldian
PAGE 13 D
GREETINGS
!
C. H. LYNE
foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
,05-109 N. W. Filth Strt
Phone 3-6481
Phone 5-7111
tIFIELI'S
SHOP
\0x. Washington Ave.
409 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Drugtown
PRESCRIPTIONS
Free Delivery Service
Complete Drug & Sundry Service
2301 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
Phone 64-3431 Richard Kaplan. Proprietor
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer of
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS IN ISRAEL
BEST WISHES
TO MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
V
M. M. LIPP
tO ALL .
GREETINGS
George C.
Stembler
GENERAL INSURANCE
BONDS
226 Shoreland Building
GREETINGS FROM
A SUPER COLD Inc.
I S.W. 1st St. Ph. 8-9633
and
KIRBY-TUTTLE. Inc.
|W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-7614
COMMERCIAL fc
FRIGIDA1RE PRODUCTS
GREETINGS
Hollopeter
& I'osl. I 111'.
REAL ESTATE
SALES 4 RENTALS
153 N.E. 3rd Street
Phone 3-7376
(Continued from Page 9 D)
sary to hide the fact, and many
try to emigrate.
Mission schools and hospitals
operate freely among both Arabs
and Jews, and there are about 400
known Christian missionaries in
Israel. But the Prime Mir.ister
had to intervene to enable one
of them, a pro-Zionist Canadian,
to broadcast on such subjects in
Hebrew although Christian and
Moslem religious services and
music are regularly transmitted
over Kol Israel on their holidays
in other languages.
While some Jewish citizens ex-
pressed abhorrence at the "in-
quisition-like" atmosphere which
surrounded Sholem Asch's rec-
ent visit, the Orthodox begrudg-
ed him the opportunity to de-
clare himself a loyal, albeit non-
conforming Jew. He was both
invited by the President of Is-
rael and shunned and ir.sulted
as a dangerous apostate by tra-
ditionalist circles.
Meanwhile, the Agudah and
Mizrachi trends in compulsory,
free education are fighting a reai-
guard action against the amalga-
mation of all state-supported
schools into a single public sys-
tem giving pupils the choice be-
tween secular and observant
classes, and most religious par-
ties demand separate observant
formations in the Israel army.
Its voluntary youth formations
are altogether rejected by Agud-
ah youth. But in the Orthodox
view, no infringement or tradi-
tion is involved as long as the
exemption granted girls and
women claiming religious scrup-
les gives the conscription of
women the character of a regu-
lation governing voluntary en-
listment. They have reserved
judgment pending implementa-
tion of a recent amendment re-
quiring draft-age girls, who hith-
erto benefited from this clause,
to prove that they practice what
they preach.
The undertaking to use Gov-
ernment funds only for the pur-
chase of kosher meat further re-
duces the scant protein rations
of Israel's population. Price dif-
ferences on frozen meat imports
may amount to 15 per cent and
over in foreign currency on reg-
ular markets and more on spec-
ial buys. Outright gifts from a-
broad must sometimes be refus-
sed. The sale of beef slaughtered
locally under non-kosher emerg-
ency conditions is so complicated
that it is usually destroyed un-
used. ,
The 25 per cent of the Jewish
population registered with non-
kosher butchers get ample ra-
tion from the non-kosher parts
of rilually clean cattle declared
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS, A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Davis Boiler & Iron Works, Inc.
BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph. 2-6030 1980-88 N. Miami Are.
Reconditioned Boilers for Sale and Repairs Day or Night Anywhere.
Smokestacks and Tanks.
GREETINGS
|I0HN A. MATTHEWS
MIAMI. FLA.
GUARANTY TITLE &
A*STBACT CORP.
50 West Flaglii StrMt
ritually unfit on arrival, although
they had been purchased abroad
as kosher. The local Rabbinate's
insistence on the employment of
supervisors from Israel, where
slaughtering regulations are
probably the most rigid in the
Jewish world, in all foreign ab-
attoirs filling orders for Israel,
incensed Rabbis everywhere and
casts aspersion on Israel house-
holds using private food gifts
from abroad.
An attempt to extirpate pig-
breeding was made upon the at-
tainment of independence, but
veterinary permits could not be
refused to non-Jewish residents
so that the now Jewish munici-
pality of Ramleh finds itself
constrained to re-open a pig abat-
toir.
The Chief Rabbinate supports
ultra-observant opposition to the
fortification of certain breads and
rolls with powdered milk and
constrains wine producers to em-
ploy only observant staff, on pain
of seeing their vintage forbidden
to Jewish users.
Although the Rabbinate sees
to it that weddings are celebrated
only on public premises known
to be kosher, the overwhelming
majority of Israel's restaurants
are not. Tourist pressure for
Kashruth affects mainly the class
of hotels catering to this special
clientele.
State-owned stores of Hometz
are fictitiously sold every Pass-
over, and centrally allocated fod-
der for livestock mixed to a
kosher formula. Non-Passover
pastry are nowhere sold in shops
serving the Jewish public. Ob-
servant citizens found fault with
the zoo for not making its charg-
es observe the holiday in a simi-
lar manner, and with the post of-
fice for delivering during the
Passover week gift parcels con-
taining non-Pessach food.
This sabbatical year the ex-
tremely observant were enabled
to patronize special vegetable
shops selling only non-Jewish
produce. Poale Agudah kibbutz-
im refused to accept the Chief
Rabbinate's exemption, based on
the fictitious sale of all arable
land in Israel to an Arab, for the
cultivation of their JNF allocat-
ed land. They maintain them-
selves ty non-agricultural labor
and a special .appeal abroad
solutions neither the nation's ex-
chequer nor its sunbeaten soil
can afford on a larger scale. The
only point on which the Chief
Rabbinate would not budge
the planting of new trees is
disregarded by most farmers and
schools, as well as by the Gov-
ernment and JNF, in the inter-
ests of thousands of unskilled la-
borers requiring public employ-
'mer.t.
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
New Year Greetinqs To All
ABE ALLEIVBEBU
TO ALL GREETINGS
Luigi's Bestaurant
THE BEST IN FOOD
7419 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 87-3586 Phone 82 5782
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Ben W. Silverman and Milford S. Purcel of
COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO.. INC.
3120 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-1766
Wholesale Plumbing Fixtures
Briggs Beauryware Plumbing Fixtures Eljer Plumbing Fixtures
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FOR A VERY HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ROSE-SAXON LUMBER CO.
"ROYAL SERVICE"
LUMBER MILL WORK
1050 N.W. 21st Street
Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K. mn\s & sour
IE WEL ERS
114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154
GREETINGS! !
DEE RIDINGS
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING
231 S.W. 8th STREET
SERVICE
PHONE 3-2509
Dade County Newsdealers Supply Co.
ED. PETRY. Gen. Mgr.
142 N. W. 1st COURT
Phone 82-5693
READ A MAGAZINE TONIGHT
SINCERE AND GOOD WISHES
FOR A HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS.
THE CBOWN rII ESS. IXC.
1103 5th Street Miami Beach. Florida
HAFRY GERBER. Mar.
Phone 58-7936
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
David R. RifasHyland Rifas
Miami Title and Abstract Company
24 Years of Titfe Service in Dade County
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 3-6661


FAGE 14 D
fJewist fhrktiar)
raroAY.jEPTEMRPp1;]
GREETINGS TO ALL
TILECRAFT, Inc.
NATHAN LEE
H. A. MacINNES
153 NX. 10th STREET
JOHN HOPWOOD
CHARLES JORDAN
PHONE 2-126
TO ALL GREETINGS
URMEY HOTEL
"In the Heart oi Downtown Miami
34 SX 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI FLA.
\-i r. _
Ler.se* Duplicated
: i x g s
Glasses Properly Fitted
EVANS, OPTICIAN AND JEWELER
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
A. J. Erar.s 1712 W. Flagler St. Miami 35. Florida
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
The i atalina Hotel
Al. Brceman 1732 Collins Ave., M. B.
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR- AND MRS. E J. BASKIND
and BEACH GLASS & MIRROR CO.
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
61 NX. 26th Street
Phone 3-5351
PEPSI-COLA COMPANY. LONG BLAHD. N Y
Franchised Bottler. PEPSPCOLA BOTTLWG CO.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALEXANDER D. SMITH
Real Estate
382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone 83-5213
and
3365 S. W. 3rd Avenue Phone 9-7651
JEWISH YEAR IN WASHINGTON
TC ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
tieorge Handera. Sr.
REALTOR
; -. -_ all f Dade C iintj
:fS4 -AEST "LAGLER STREET Phone 87-6935
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS .
Pieree Hotel Bellaire Hotel
Seranton Hotel Bell Hotel
RETSKTN (Conunued from Page 3 D)
the very dregs of the anti-Sem-
itie movement for the mud to
tr.row at him." Four New York
Congressmen joined to sponsor
a group l:bel bill which never
got out of committee. The ex-
ecutive branch of the American
Jewish Committee called on the
: three major faiths to issue a un-
! :fied condemnation of bigotry in
the Presidential elections.
Many American Jews raised
their voices against making the
Nazis kosher". This caused the
; government to reverse itself on
at least t*o questions which were
considered important. The Army
agreed to review an orientation
course which taught that it was
wrong to criticize the Germans;
it fired a Nazi general. The Nazi
general was Dr Walter P.
Sch: eiber. former commanding
officer of the Department of
Medical Science of Hitler's Su-
preme Command. Dr. Schreiber
was employed by the US Air
Force School of Aviation Medi-
; cine at Randolph Field. Texas.
but was discharged after irate
j Americans called attention to un-
flattering references made to him
at the Nuremberg war crimes
1 trial. He left to take another job
in Argentina.
Despite the fact that a House
Foreign Affairs subcommittee re-
ported the neo-Nazi situation in
Germany to be "alarming," Con-
gress ratified peace agreements
with the Bonn Government to
encourage the Germans to re-arm
and afford them greater auton-
omy. This was done, it was said,
to defend Europe from Com-
munism, but many believed that
such action created an equally
dangerous threat.
While larger organizations
talked in platitudes about civil
! liberties, the National Council of
I Jewish "Women sent representa-
i tives to Washington to launch a
forthright campaign to fight
1 McCarthyism. The Council met
with members of Congress and
mapped strategy against the
[ "growing fear which is making
people quiet."
Since last Rosh Hashona, rep-
resentatives of Jewish organiza-
tions have not rested easily in
Washington. They are now a-
waiting the results of the forth-
coming national election with
hope that the people will chose
candidates devoted to the per-
petuation of the free government
' necessary for the health of min-
ority groups and the survival of
l the American way of life.
5/12: UN IN REVIEW
-
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
BARNETT'S INC.
134 NX Firit Street
MIAMI'S FINEST OFFICE SUPPLIES
(Continued Jrom Page 6 D)
pointment is only made when
a country is participating ex-
tensively in the technical assis-
tance program, the resident act-
ing as an adviser and co-ordin-
ator.
Some thirty-five experts in al-
most every economic field are
being sent out to Israel in ont?
of the largest committments ev-
er made by the Technical As-
sistance Administration here.
They will advise the government
on such matters as hydraulic de-
velopment, pulp and paper pro-
duction, petroleum exploration,
textile and plastic production,
industrial diamond processing,
cigar manufacture, metallurgy,
the organization of a school of
public administration for the
civil service and the exploitation
of peat deposits.
Perhaps the most interesting
aid is that being provided by
one of the specialized agencies,
the United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organi-
zation, for the specialized agen-
cies all take part in technical as-
sistance. As Israel is a country
without coal and with limited
hydro-electric resources, the gov-
ernment asked UNESCO's help
in determining whether it was
feasible to use the wind as a
source of energy. The agency
found a British wind power spec-
ialist and sent him out.
He has completed his prelim-
inary investigation and has rec-
ommended sites for wind power
stations and the type equipment
needed. As a result of his re-
port, it is possible that Israel
will be dotted with windmills
which will provide extra power
and will be hooked into the coun-
try's regular electric grid.
It is seldom that United Na-
tions technical assistance includes
any. equipment, but a team of
experts is going to Israel to dem-
onstrate what is known as "stab-
ilized earth construction" and is
bringing some machinery with
them. "Stabilized earth construc-
tion" is a simple method of mak-
ing very cheap building mater-
ials out of ordinary earth.
All that Israel has to provide
is the necessary facilities for
these experts.' The advice is free
thanks to the UN.
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
nOM FARM TO YOU
6851 N. E. Second Avenue phon# 84-4521
It is a pleasure to extend to all
our Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
222 N. W. 28th Street
Phone 2-3705
A. H. BECKER
<** Friend. tod *
Bo>l<.'8
Pharmaey
2435 BISCAYNE BOULCvJ
MIAMI
Phone 9.5743
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
State
Finance .
11M Wwt FUqUt Sow
N. E. 2nd Kn
AUTO FINANCING
PHONE 3-8782
SEASONS GREETINGS
KATZIF
GROCERY
378 N. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9700
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO Ml
OUR FRIEKDS A\D PATR0\$
If 11 d 1 111 oisvlfr
Mieauly Salon
1518 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-1055
ANNA BUTCH
A Happy and PllOSPl m>US Ni Yn
To All Our Friends and Path]
Seoll llrvan
Apt. Hotel
3300 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1226
A HAPPT NEW 1 EAR TO All
OUR FR1EKOS AND PATRONS
MoUie'n Heaut*-
Salon
247 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1931
MOLLIE LETTS
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
FRITZ
PAINTING CO.
PAINTING DECORATING
LICENSED INSURED
3030 N.W. 7th A
FRITZ RUHR. Owner
Phone 9-2200
A HAPPT NEW TEAR JO Aj
OUR FRIENDS AND PATW*
Pattfu'M
Hairdre*****
1686 Vi ALTON ROAD -
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7151


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BARNES CAST
STONE SHOP
262 N.W. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
JO ALL A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
John Slrney
AND
| COLUMBUS HOTEL
In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE 3-2671
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
Boats Machinery Office Safes Household
Concrete Pouring Move Anything
31 Years oi Experience in the Greater Miami Area
239 N. W. 26th STREET
PHONE 9-8959 87-6486
YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS
Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060
W. F. McClaskey
MARINE SURVEYOR GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES
343 S.W. North River Rrive
P. O. Rox 1788 Miami. Florida
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
18 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS"
Florida State
Exterminating Co.
klR. AND MRS. BEN NIREN
ITEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
03 Meridian Ave. 5-0219
Capital In Israel
By ROSE HALPRIN
Acting Chairman, Jewish Agency for Palestine
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Thrall
Insurance Agency
GENERAL INSURANCE
FLORIDA
INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
213 A rag on Ave.
Coral Gable*
Phone 83-4691
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gordon
and Family
5227 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes To All
|Gino Hair Stylist
1057 WASHINGTON AVE.
tomi Beach Phone 58-4478
There are very rew projects
outside North America, except
for the exploitation of foreign
oil and mineral resources, in
which US capital has thus far
been invested. A number of fac-
tors combine to make Israel the
exception to this general rule.
These factors include: Israel's
expanding market, her strategic
location as a processing and dis-
tribution center for markets in
the Eastern Hemisphere, her lib-
eral investment law and her un-
tapped mineral resources, only
now beginning to claim atten-
tion.
The over-riding factcr, of
course^ is the special appeal that
Israel has for many Americans.
Although US investments in Is-
rael are still relatively small, it
is estimated that close to $100,-
000.000 of private American cap- !
ital was invested in Israel during
the past four years.
In 1949, the Jewish Agency es-
tablished its Economic Depart
ment. At the time the Depart-
ment was organized, the idea that
Israel was a going concern, of-
fering solid business opportuni-
ties (as distinct from the con-
cept of Palestine as an object
for philanthropy) was entirely
alien to the American public.
Conversely. Israel at that time
had not yet set up the necessary
machinery to handle potential
investors and to service their
varied interests expeditiously.
In the intervening years, spec-
ial efforts were undertaken by
the Israel government and the
Agency to create a favorable
"investment climate". Israel en-
acted the Law for the Encour-
agement of Capital Investments
and founded the Investment Cen-
ter to facilitate the administra-
tive routine with which the es-
tablishment of any new enter-
prise is connected. In the Unit-
ed States the Agency's Economic
Department, working in close co-
operation with the Israel Con-
sulates, has steadily expanded
its services.
These comprise: 1. Assistance
to prospective investors in the
formulation, promotion and con-
summation of projects. 2. As-
sistance to prospective middle-
class settlers with limited means.
3. Promotion of trade with Israel
and the stimulation of tourism.
4. General information on econ-
omic conditions in Israel.
Staffed with a handful of com-
petent professionals familiar with
the American scene and with Is-
rael, the Department maintains
headquarters in New York. Its
Field Section, which was estab-
lished last Fall and which main-
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tains on-the-spot contact with
potential investors through vol-
unteer representatives in major
North American communities,
now has representatives in four-
teen cities in the US, in addition
to three in Canadian cities and
one in Mexico.
Up to now, the Economic De-
partment has processed hundreds
of individual projects involving
investment of many millions of
dollars. Last year alone, direct
private American investment in
Israel totaled $22,000,000. The
majority of these projects were
carried out with the active as-
sistance of the Economic Depart-
ment.
These projects cover a wide
field of new industries and the
expansion of existing enterprises.
Here are a few examples of new
investments carried out with the
assistance of the Economic De-
partment: The $1,800,000 grain
elevator now under construction
in Haifa: the $1,000,000 brewery
and ice plant being erected at
Nathanya: the $1,500,000 textile
mill operating at Nahariya; the
$150,000 pharmaceutical factory
now in the blueprint stage for
construction in Haifa: the shoe
factory in Jerusalem; the tire
plants in Hadera and Petah Tik-
va: quarries, hotels, plastic plants,
chemical works; and factories for
building materials, steel fabricat-
ing plants and numerous other
establishments big and small
in varied fields Of productive
endeavor.
. The services rendered to the
initiators of these projects range
all the way from supplying gen-
eral information on Israel's econ-
omy to assistance in the final
organizational stages. They in-
clude industrial surveys and ad-
vice on the feasibility of specific
projects, preparation of financial
land technical data, establishment
of contact between Israel and
American parties for the organ-
isation of joint venture, intro-
duction of prospective investors
in the proper Government de-
partments, advice on the formu-
lation of applications, guidance
on problems of management, per-
sonnel, import licenses, banking,
legal and customs questions and
other services which the particu-
lar project may require.
While considerable progress in
mobilizing private American in-
vestment capital has already been
made, the field for profitable
new ventures in Israel remains
wide open. Israel's new econom-
ic policy makes it even more at-
tractive for new investors to join
the gradually increasing number
of American industrial pioneers
in Israel.
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
At the EntranceHunttnoton Building
168 S. E. First St. Miami, Flo. Phone 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Lin Fong
Chinese American Restaurant
7321 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-5588
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MIAMI SHORES PHARMACY
9540 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 7-1585
Phone: 82-8126 2-0491
Established 1923
Armature and iieneratar Kx<*liang4k
Motor Windtng Repairs and Service
New and Rebuilt Motors Generators and Fans
Electrical Marine Work
Controls Brushes and Parts
HARRY CONDO 340 N. W. First Court
Res. Phone 84-2030 Miami 36. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Alfred Lesser & Sons, Inc.
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7913
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N. E. Uth Street Phone 3-3108
Beet Wishes for a Happy New Year to All My Friends
IRVING L. WEXLER
MUSAK MELODY
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
HERBERT A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
ALL MIAMI MOTORS, INC.
FORD PARTS SERVICE
CARS AND TRUCKS
1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami Fla.


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rjenist flrrrtiir
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
Jewish Community Centers All Over The World Ser ve The Year Around
m
V
Irra lounjf i. fj,-rrd .p.)t of enter outb
Thr t>nter .!.> -rvtr a loxn hjll
Older aJlu come lo JCC for time of their live*
"REDDY" To Help You
Enjoy the Happiest
New Year Ever!
*
Reddy Kilowatt is prepared to serve you
better than ever. His Company is pushing
ahead with the biggest private expansion in
Florida's history building new plants,
stringing more lines, installing improved
equipment making Sunshine Service bet-
ter and better ... so more people can enjoy
HAPPIER FLORIDA LIVING!
*
J3k%
W FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY


to ALL ... A MOST
J,APPY NEW YEAR
Adie Mae
\partmnt*
5375 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAML FLA.
^ LEON GARDNER
and MR. and MRS.
LLOYD GARDNER
TEtlD BEST WISHES FOR A
' HAPPY NEW YEAR
To AH Their Friends
i^li^islUEIliQipidliiaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
SEC. E
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
luiapattah Hardware &
paint Co.. Inc.
2915 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 2-2038
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Friendship House,
Inc.
JELLIES
5420 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 84-1424
|a HAIT'i NJEW TEAR TO ALL
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Hugo Hair
Stylists
fox Your New Hair Style
2617 DOUGLAS ROAD
Phone 83-3266
Hugo
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Community Cleaners
& Laundry
4302 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 89-1792
R. L. Colbert. Sr.
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
' FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Allapattah
Cleaners, Inc.
1866 N.W. 36th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-6411
To All...
A Most Happy
New Year
ATLANTIC
MILLWORKS
A. B. CLARK ^
7636 NX. 4th COURT
Phone 78-6763
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
ON NEW YEAR
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 88-8752
TO OUR PATRONS
AND FRIENDS A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEWT'S
PLACE
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Central
Oarage
300 N.W. 8th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 3-7983
Dwoskin and Anton
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
John C. Frazure
REALTOR
615 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
Farmers Meat &
Poultry Market
65 N.W. 5th STREET
Phone 9-2192
Seymour Miller
Fiseher-s Bake
Shop
Wishes You a Happy
and
Prosperous New Year
Home Baked Goods
Birthday and
Wedding Cakes
7423 Collins Avenue
Ph. 86-8982
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
DreKwel Cleaners
& Laundry. Ine.
5783 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 67-2443
Chris Roberts
HANDSEL
ELECTRIC CO.
POWER 8r LIGHTING
INSTALLATIONS
MAINTENANCE 8r REPAIRS
481 N.W. Lejeune Road
Phone 48-3006
Tops Seat Covers
Good Work is Not Cheap
Cheap Work is Not Good
*LET NEWT DO IT"
1095 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 84-7111
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
BEN .ll'FFF
JUFFE AUCTION OUTLET
801 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-8973
dependable domestic help
"suable day workers
H EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
" N E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401
*L MEIDENBERG. Owner
Holiday
lireetinys
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4618 4-9981
*-lr"E INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life In* Co.
07 Bltcayn* Bldfl.
_ W. Flagler St.
INSURANCE
L^T 37 N.E. lit Ave. ffl
k. Miami jTi
Holiday
Greetings
__
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
PHONE 82-2611 "*> ACKERMAN. President
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
29th Year
CUSTOM TAILOR
29 Years of
Serriee to the
World's Most
nistinctire
Clientele
1104 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 5-3812


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*Jmisi' Flcrktiar
FRIDAY, JEPTBltei ,
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE
Factory Parts and Service
5500 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 84-4617
Holiday UreetinaH I
BERNARD SEGAL
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
and
PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
Business Phone 82-2611 Residence Phone 67-3588
37 N.E. 1st AVENUE
TO ALL A MOST
HXp-pVlJEw

.i.-..
YEAR
i '
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AN? CLIENTS
Evils Of The
Aero Engineering|Export Corp. Jewish Complex
383 N.W. S. RIVES DRIVE
MIAMI
phone t-\m
He a ftm
TO AU
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAS
Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory
PHONE 44 K93
By Ok, Abraham A. Neuinan
H :.nd Cognate Learning)
1- ar.v awatealiim of "ew.sr. Kfi cr Jewish destiny, there
l tm baMy tad faf we are an historic people. We
re or. hMBric Mgplt :r. a rw-o:d sense: we have created
.-.jstorc monuments o: though! and spiritual power which have
beoorr.e the rxrsor :r:ce ::: human civilisation. Of equal sig-
= the rar: that we have evinced early in national life
a teehag for zr.d zr. understanding of history.
the destruction of the Temple.
- Th Mishnah. the Talrr.ud. the
"S Midrash and the whole mass of
because helRabbinnic literature were writ-
;..;, no ten during this long period of
.....: nship of historic paralysis. But it required
- But as a child a Sreat -crisis that shook the
I ... s up. the con- whole Jewish people to awaken
n form t,:o historic sense that had lain
CITY AUTO
PARTS
Morris and BUI Zuck*^
79 N. W. 20th Si
Ph. 9-1457
Mr. and Mrs. Beck
oi the
APEX CLEANERS 4 LAUNDJT
Extend Season's Greeting,
n Then n
dormant for fifteen hundred
COMMODORE HOTEL
Whew the Sues! :s Bos*
: N E. Btfa Street Phone 2-9827
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Artisticage Furniture Corporation
Modern Furniture Interior Decoratinc
1255 DADE BOULEVARD
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-5400
- v g .- and to stir once more into
life that intuitive historic feel-
..; ..v; ,.: ..... : | which alone gives d gi it) I
l,j i^ ;. a ; | le Tl .- was the g eat is-
tasti jhe that took place
It :- fas ionable in Spain '" l4!'-
storians t Ir. feeble re-
.. pro- v '' ~: : '
historians : Within half a century, three
T is judj ent sed ir I llsl :- : e to life: tl
e Hei : Vthudah. bj Sol n ibn
Emek ha-Bakhah. by
seph ha-Cohon. and the C n-
storic literal '" in Portugese, by S I
Bi |, "" Usque. But the tragedy of
.... Spanish expulsion, wii
upheavals, did m I fundamen-
Mr. and MrsT~
Stephen F. Kessler
Extend Best Wishes to
Their Family and Friends
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH
y?
DERBY 1
AND PACKAGE STORE
915 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
B .- t the Bib! not nlj
xcellent are phil-
taily revolutionize I i ursc :
ry. The eviva
r:ee Parking A.: C\-:-..i.::c:-.ed
Frank L. Pritchard
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM SLATKO
WEST GATE LIQUOR STORE
."- Wines gad Liquors
| !4N a; -;,.. STREET
- F" -_;.""" --
SJUHAH. 15 IJHplXf
- i l : i .
-' .: :u. OB -_
23W L ~ sophies f hist ry they are ii n h('ld out
retativ< histories, I as* I a t:':,t pi tn' **" '
aslj i KisUna hist lit L: ,: '" P^tus.
Somi This lapst ntii ed till the
' rks ted by nami Cli rly|P< ncipation. when a
thi B lical narrative writings evolutionary *ra held forth cit-
presuppose an earlier historical iz,'nshlP ar'd a promise of secur- j
literature a.v '" t!;<' Jews which was novel
Tl e historic sense ": '' "tiwtling. This time, the!
Jewis peopli even as ning of ,he histoi
I ecy did tor thousands of was Benuine, enduring and rich-1
Histo ined a unique y;: ''' Kr^'hmal and Rap-
1 Jewish mental- p"; : '''^'-- Zuni and Jost.
ity all t the Biblical pei '" e forerunners
the period of 1 ~: nlliant historians.
hed a climax :-" ':r Steinschneider, Gei-
Dubnow and others
rous to
tion of Jeru : P^Phy may be a
I Jewish vitality, it is
i the end-product
pie's faith in its n
" 7-
! that make for a
unparallelled ca-
:' European Judaisn
GREETINGS
Phone 9-6216
A & A SIGN CO.
SIGNS
. Show Cards .
WINDOW LETTERING
OUB SPECIALTY
Metal. Gold Leaf.
Walls. Trucks
MR. L MRS. H. BERNARD
1743 S. W. 8th Street
Miami. Florida
-----
ne par
irsjculoua restoration of Is-
eigD nation in -
...nd. and not least.
V rate, is the rise of
American Jewry of six
aft

i
iContinued on Next Page)
^JI1^,, Rl-h*pi Jill
cf 2301 South West 15th Street
Filasml to their many friends
a Nwg and prosperous New Year


1X3 OOi MMR FlEXrs A_\- ?AT2CflKS
I Ntc^: Bun uwm mi
MARK) HAIRDRESSER
H::: ttvlisl
SJT LHICOLN 3QAD t^ma W481
553 41st STSEET Phone M
>CAJC BEACH
A MCs. HAS?': STA YEAR
RUBBER INC.
Ckark. T. Spencer
1M Mi 29th STREET
raOME MMl
Phones 3-8758. 3-8759, 3-5904
CHARLES SEVERO. Up.
Bat 1922
Empire Employment
Agency
CULINARY AGENCY OF
FLORIDA
714 X. E. First Aver.ue
Miami 36. Florida
LICENSED AND BONDED
Specializing in
HOTEL. RESTAURANT AND
CLUB EMPLOYEES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
. Best Wishes For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
AUCTIONEER
For Am Auction Utt The
"WRIGHT WAT


IUPAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
+Jewish ncr*Uat7
PAGE 3E
^E THE ELITE MEET"
* I Auih.ntic Chine" DW"
LUNCHEONS -OWNERS
rikj Club Building
15 N. E. 3rd Arenue
PHONE 2-9826
OPEN TILL 1A.K
; 0rd.r. Put Up to Take O.I
HANCOCK
lefrigerati*B Co.
-nUGIDAIHE DEALER"
Sales and Serrie
1524 N. W. 36th S*e#*
Phone 9-9578
8609 N. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 84-2410
H. C. HANCOCK, Prep.
Sincere Wishes
For A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DELTA
AIR
LINES
TICKET OFFICE 300 N.E. 1st ST.
Phone 9-8476
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-6393
EVILS OF THE JEWISH COMPLEX
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Shell Lumber
Co., Inc.
L. D. Shell
2733 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone 48-4401
(Continued from Preceding Page) our people and all other victims
of religious bigotry and political
persecution to become part of
HAl'l I NEW TEAR TO ALL
iS AND PATRONS
Mimi's Children's
Shop
120 MIRACLE MILE
Phone 83-4396
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berman
. I Prosperous >}ew fear
7 Friendi and Patrons
ANDRE'S
Plaza Hairdressers
2816 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-8659
i'il NEW TEAR TO ALL
II \/)S AHO PATRONS
ABC JEWELERS
PHONE 82-7775
37 N.W. 2nd St.
3 DOORS FROM FOOD FAIR
Open Sunday "til 5 p.m.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
A HAPPY .\W YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HIOPEL^S
MIAMI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Store ft Studio
65 N.E. 79th STREET
In Little River
Phono 84-2571
J- M. Riopcl, Director
million souls in tne full enjoy-
ment of security, power and in-
fluence. Under the impact of
these momentous events, our gen-
eration faces a two-fold chal-
lenge:
First, in accordance with the
line of discussion is the creation
of a monumental history. This is
now being undertaken under the
joint auspices of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem and the
Dropsie College. They are now no|
forming a world-wide Editorial
Board of Jewish scholars for the
creation of a monumental history
of the Jews to be published sim-
ultaneously in English ar.d He- j
brew. The work has begun and |
promises to ho the great literary
monument of our time. But deep-
ly involved as I am in that proj-
ect, and dedicated to its fulfill-
ment, I realize. of# course, that
the project is truly meaningful
only insofar as it represents the
creative impulse of a living, dy-
namic power within the Jewish
people of our time.
The complementary challenge
facing our generation is there-
fore to awaken within itself a
consciousness of historic destiny.
We must recapture our historic
perspective. This historic percep-
tion is the inner lamp that illum-
ines the. paths of the future. For
myself, I believe that we are or
the threshold of a great historic
era. But before that threshold
can be crossed, American Jewisr
educators and laymen must unit
edlv and cooperatively work to
redeem American Jewry from the
morass of ignorance and indif-
ferentism. We must apply historic
knowledge, as of #ld, to instill
courage and faith within our
ranks. We must wage determined
battle against the powers of tear
and doubt which have afflicted a
great part of American Jewry
with a fearful defense complex
which threatens to distort the
character of the Jewish people
and to divert the course of Jew-
ish history from its natural chan-
nels.
That the defense complex
should be invoked to such an in-
tensive degree in our country is
one of the strange anomalies of
our confused age. It is even more
bewildering when we contemplate
that we are about to initiate a
nationwide celebration of the
300th anniversary of the Jewish
settlement in North America
With pride and joy, we shall
gratefully recall our history in
the land of freedom, the oppor-
tunities that have been afforded
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Loeb <& Gottfried
RED ROAD. HIALEAH
Phone 88-2255
A HAPPl \FYV TEAR TO ALL
ri \/)S AND PATRONS
Normandy Isle
Seed Store
1975 71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 86-4267
Ed Thorpe, Owner
the American people in the en-
joyment of the rights and privi-
leges of American citizenship.
The history of no other segment
of American population reveals
more nobly the fulfillment of the
American dream than the chap-
ter of American Jewish history.
To all who found refuge in this
country, America has been gen-
uinely the promised land.
That American democracy has
attained perfection, that
there are serious social stresses
and tensions no mature person
will deny. But where in this
whole globe has any minority en-
joyed greater security, recogni-
tion and opportunity than our
people have under the blessed
flag of the United States? How
are we then to explain the emer-
gence of this fear and defense
complex which has become so
marked a feature of Jewish com-
munity consciousness in our
time'.'
It is still part of the Hitler war
psychosis. During the terrible
years of Hitlerism, there was
panic and#terror in the hearts of
many American Jews lest the
hoiror of anti-Semitic fury pene-
trate our country, too. The dread
of anti-Semitism was general, but
it became an acute obsession with
nose who lost faith and put their
trust in the power of their own
'ortunes.
Lacking historic insight, many
ewish leaders with good inten-
tions but abysmal ignorance of
historic experience sought to pre-
vent the onrush of anti-Semitism
through propaganda and heavily
financed organizations. These or-
ganizations are still with us. In-
stead of reducing their activities
when the acute situation subsid-
ed, they have grown and expand-
ed by artificial stimulation of a
fear complex. A sense of defeat-
ism is being instilled among our
people. Millions of dollars are
annually extracted from the Jew-
ish communities to "save" us
from the menace of hidden en-
emies. Is it necessary to point
out the debilitating effect of this
type of education on the character
of future generations of Ameri-
can Jews?
A voice of warning must be
raised. More insidious than anti-
Semitism itself is the fear it in-
spires. It is a disservice to Amer-
ican Jewry to play upon its fears
rather than upon its spiritual
strength. It is a distortion of
American history and an insult to
(Continued on Page 6E)
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
C & A Sales Service
World's Greatest Public Seating ValueSamson Folding Chairs
also Church Pews and Furniture
2973 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 82-4275
Al Powell, Manager
I
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS. ELI HURWITZ
and Family
y*
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BISCAYNE-SOUTHERN PRINTERS
JOB AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS
605 S. MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 3-8041 Nights 64-9821
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Schaefer
-W FLAGLER ST, PHONfc 9-6441
2300 N.W. 7th AVE.. PHNE2J626
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
UNITED TOURS
329 E. FLAGLER STREET
PHONES 2-8200 9-0603
Bob Bellchambers
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SWIFT & COMPANY
KetreMhinaly yours .
SiriIt's iee Cream
PHONE 48-6555
" A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ACME PRESS, INC.
Distinctive Printing Cards to Catalogs
Tags oi ETery Description Printed 01 Made-to-Order
Patching Stringing Wiring
9016 N.E. 6th AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 84-5555
Raymond P. Watts
E. BOYD WADE. Florida Representative
BENCO TRADING CO. INC.
658 N.W. 44th STREET. MIAMI. FLA.
PHONE 78-5250
Everything for that Gala New Years Eve Party
America's Largest Selection and Best Values
HATS NOISEMAKERS BALLOONS. Etc.
Orders Must Be Placed Early
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""DAY, SEPTEMiab if
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
SIMMS
PRINTING CO.
Quality Service
Announcements
Social Stationery
525 N. MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 62-2331
Lcuis S:rr.ms. Prop.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
CONGRESS BLD6.
Ill N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 3-3061 S. E. Schwartr. Pres.
WE HOPE THE YEAR AHEAD
WILL BRING YOl*HEALTH & HAPP,SEss
Mr. and >lrtL and Faitiilv
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
\IImti HoiH
1330 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE
MLAMI
Phone 2-9226
J. K. rVh.v--.,?:
A Happy New Year Te All
Out Friends and Pasrccs
Ilk Shop
1650 MERIDIAN AVENUE
MLAMI BEACH
Nissim Counts
His Blessings
MR. and MRS. SAM M 111 |\
and daughters Barbara Judith and Harrietle Marsh
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
By n:osf< a
Fhone 5-$:S"
Mn ~
:v :.:::-.
A Happv New Tea* Tc AU
Dux Friends sre Pi::;r_<
AAA
LETTER SERVICE
."::: ir.i Job Fr.r:..-.;
M -ecc:irr.:r.; V-lncrip.-.r.c
IX Mi lad AVENUE
Phone v' = Ma Saeeeh Pctecx
Exi...: v V -. C .
. ... -
I R Has
5713. a ill bi i appiesi | Nis>
! .:. -1 hie
Casal rn Kissin has not
. =<" l -- bj R..- Has lonas. I
-- since hi .- -ly 12 B.::
t! ok r*: back even .-. year ago, to
Rosl Hashona f 5713 Kiss
without in;, difficult} ,.:
all thi less ngs Bid: havi i
:. hire Fi r tin tint :; ^ unci
hi can remember. :N? trachoma
affected his eye; and
^': event.....v< blinded
as disi ppeared
. ; Nissarr had never in al
km a : hai : was I
enough gh point al
s life are thi andi rtul
;: g*ts each daj ai t>. Canteen
Ha meals .: thi Ca: teen
:; r" "- fM it. i w; lenci
Althougl
never tasti befon I -
- I -; n< a eats
things a* t utter
I Jered eggs ;.,:::
-.-
-
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rst
HAPPY
Reeds and Roche
~a:nt:ng coarnucrofts
::" M m STBET
Ph; = e ": :JS:
- -
' ~ -
liarkin Envelope
Hfe. Co.
:-<: S.W. Isj: LAKE
NCAMI
: .- -
-' about th
.
i f<
I* to the Jews I i
U t* g -
; If real futun F t
* | school
~- Hebrew Freac* thi
i Israel and ther
year
:<: a trade adaee* :. study
-: swtal- r -i
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V-'
: ;:: >'. : T: Ta^-
Irar. a-.i
JDC is givingwith funds
provided by thi United Jewish
Appeal d cal aid. food and
thing, prenatal i I caw
education and vocat al training
ard other assistance which had
long bee'n denied '.hem.
In 1952. JDC expects to sper.d
$2 000.000 for aid to some 100.000
Jews in Moslem areas. From
iM& to the end of 1951. JDC
man than $6,650,000 in
thesi n -
Ever, the casual visitor to the
tt es of Moslem _-::ies can
set :' r himfffl what JDC aid
- -' ad in the street of the
Meknes It nd in a crowd of
Lingsters I waa able to pi k
ut those who were receiving
JDC aid They looked better
their eyes re hanger showed
they were better
dressed, they were happier. They
night ave t>een normal boys and
girls growing up :r. any city I
>ny untrj in thi world They
''-:" I yi ard girls, des-
t:ned I li ad decent and :-l
thi genei sity of
tlw Amet ?a: Ji .. nity
- k t possible
But : is aJn -- redibli I
i
N this year is*om I
-r.ctrr Bunshad children
whe ar receiving tubst nl
" JDC-fin ,n-
Nosira was r-rgry
ear and tfe
' that and
: :r -" that the eat-
--- ago* --;
~"i "- and r-;r;:::
- -: Bg .
- en v these -

pe: chik But i i
! : ; imgsten
; i-t^g for this progx |
oe < led and thi
='* -i- ----- JDC has i
801 =ata i r -- bi -
ad this year
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THE MIAMI FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS
Local 655. A.F. ol M.
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
PATRONIZE LIVE MUSIC
GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Reed Furniture Manufacturers
DESIGNERS OF WHTTECHAFT RATTAN FURNTTUHE
1023 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
91 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables
243 Las Olas BlvcL. Ft Lauderdale
TO ALL A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO.
SERVICE PHONE 78-1571
Ml N. E. 73rd Street Mi4ali
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
Al'Gl'ST FAMILY and
AI Gl ST BROS. BAKERY
Ml S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SNIDER-JONES, INC
MANUFACTURERS OF JELLIES
M1AML FLA.
PHONE 87-2730
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MR. 5 MRS. EUGENE J. 'ATElSS
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AY SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW)YEAR
Phone 83-7179
MARKOWITZ B*0S., INC.
MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS
5600 N. E. 4th Avenue Phone 89-2411
T0 OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
0. J. BANK
RADIOS and APPLIANCES
15 N.W. Le JEUNE ROAD
Phone 48-9664
<%*
BEAUTY SALON
Air Conditioned
72 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
To All Happy New Yew:
I.AltV of MIAMI, Inc.
Morris Greenwald
5 S. W. 2nd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLA.
\ II pp'y New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons
Re-Weavit
1753 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI
Paone 3-6990 Mr*- Theophiloi
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Palm Ave. Cleaners & Laundry
427 PALM AVENUE
HIAL EA H
Paone 88-9357
Dorid Ogilvie
EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. fc MRS. MAX FRIEDSON
American Builders Supply, Inc.
2728 S.W. 28th Lane
PHONES 4-2296 4-6206
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Bonfire Restaurant
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE
1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY
79th Street Causeway
Phone 84-4451
San Winer Al Sherman
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
(Continued from Preceding Page)
prepared formula were distribut-
ed to needy babies.
But JDC's feeding programs
are only one part of the battle |
now being waged to save human
lives. Even more important is
JDC's medical program, carried
on in cooperation with OSE, the
local health organization. To com-
bat the "deadly triad" tuber-
culosis, trachoma and tinea
JDC is today supporting a net-
work of 75 hospitals, dispensaries,
sanitaria, clinics and other medi-'
cal installations throughout the
Moslem world.
During 1951, these installations
treated an average of 43,000 men,
women and children monthly!
This program too makes "mir-
acles." Take trachoma, the eye
disease which often leads to
blindness. A year and a half ago.
in southern Tunisia, nearly every
family registered for emigration
to Israel was held back because
it contained one or more tra-
choma sufferers. To this scene,
JDC brought modern methods of
trachoma control and treatment,
and by the end of the year the
overwhelming majority had been
cured and passed for emigration.
The JDC medical program too
is expanding new clinics, dis-
pensaries and hospitals are being
planned and built. Some day we
may yet be able to reach our
goal to provide medical aid
and treatment to all those Jew-
ish sufferers who need it.
Because JDC aid, limited by
budgetary restrictions, cannot be
provided for all, the main effort
has been directed toward the
children. As a result. JDC-sup-
ported schools have become the
center not merely for educational
programs, but for feeding, child
welfare and health programs as
well.
Today educational assistance in
one form or another is being pro-
vided to tens of thousands of
youngsters in half a dozen coun-
tries to 38,500 boys and girls
receiving grade school instruction
in the schools of the Alliance Is-
raelite Universelle, to 9.000 at-
tending the religious schools of
the Ozar Hatorah, to some 2,000
boys and girls getting vocational
training in nine ORT trade
schools.
This aid must be continued, and
must be expanded to the point
of finally eliminating the hada- i
rim, the one-room religious I
schools which do much less to
impart knowledge than they do
to spread ignorance and disease.
Bringing new happiness also
to thousands of youngsters are
JDC-financed summer vacation
programs throughout North Af-
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Tropival Harden
1600 COLLINS AVENUE
Apartments
MIAMI BEACH
Phones 58-6421 5-9590
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Marvel
Cleaners, Inc.
SIXTEEN CORAL WAY
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-1242
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BUCHWALD & CO.
JEWELRY NOVELTIES BAGS
160 W. 34th Street
New York City
731 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phone M-1919
YOUNG INDUSTRIES
PERRINE. FLORIDA
Nissim Garbes
rica. This summer alone, more
than 11.000 undernourished chil-
dren, chiefly in Morocco, spent
happy vacations as JDC guests.
These youngsters, taken only for
a short period from their dark
overcrowded one-room homes in
the ghettoes, given a few weeks
of nourishing food, sunshine and
fresh air. returned home im-
proved in health, better able to
cope with the harsh realities of
1 ghetto existence.
Despite the continued increase
in JDC assistance programs dur-
ing the past few years, there are
still thousands of Jews in the
Moslem world to whom JDC aid
must reach out during the period
ahead.
For we are now seeing the
growth throughout North Africa
and the Near East of new tensions
and new dangers. Added to the
age-old misery in which the Jews
of the Moslem world have lived
is the growing spirit of Arab na-
tionalism, which, though not pri-
marily directed at the Jews, is
causing growing fear. In the small
and isolated hill villages of Iran,
Morocco and other areas, Jews
are feeling their loneliness today
more than ever before. In Moroc-
co alone, 25,000 Jews live in these
small isolated villages, surround-
ed by Arabs. Today they desper-
ately need food, clothing, medical
care, and, most of all, they need
to be evacuated to the larger
cities from which they can event-
ually leave for Israel.
Even in the cities, the problem
is still great. In the city of Tetu-
an, Spanish Morocco, 40 percent
of the 5,700 Jews eke out a
wretched sub-standard existence.
This year, for destitute Jews in
Tetuan and other, cities of Span-
ish Morocco, JDC funds are be-
ginning to provide care and feed-
ing for needy children and to
initiate medical, educational and
(Continued on Next Page)
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Clients
Roosevelt Bldg.
756 41st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-1570
Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Singer
A Happy ond Prosperous New
Year To All Our Friends
and Patrons
THE KING FAMILY
of King's Jewelera
of Lincoln Road
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Rex
Press
407 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
VAGABOND CLUB
(Closed now but re-opening in December)
732 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Phone 2-1598
HENRY NEYLE. General Manager
Mr. Robert Strassfoarg
Music Dir. o th. Miami Bwh Jewish Canier k Heta-wAlHllf
MRS STRASSBURG and Sons PAUL and MARC
Extend Greetings to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami
for a Richly Creative and Happy New Year^ mmm
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Crane Tile Company
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
3492 N.W. 7th STREET
PHONE 64-8742
To Our Friends and Patrons
Happy New Year
United Wine
Stores, Ine.
402 N.W. 14th STREET
PHONE 9-9344
TO ALL ...
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Garliek Service
Stations
301 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI. FLA.


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FRIDAY.SEPTEMRTP ,J j
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Miami Waste Paper Co.
2120 N.W. 14th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 3-1696
Roy Kopstein
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AIRKO AIR CONDITIONING CO.
FOR APARTMENTS. HOTELS. MOTELS AND STORES
1040 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-6847
Joseph H. Singer Bernard B. Fow
To Our Many Patrons and Friends A Most Happy New Year
Turner's I 'phfilstering Company
7230 N.E. Miami Court Phone 84-6545
To Ou Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year
Sheridan Bake Shops
BeckermaD Family
519 41st StrelPhone 5-9950
9503 Harding Avenue. Surfside Phone 86-7488
To My Many Friends .
I Most Happy
Xeir Year
JIMMY SULLIVAN
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Fred Astaire Dance Studio
101 ANDALUSIA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phcne 43-1094
Robert Ballogg. Manager
TO AIL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Modern Terrazxo Coiiipany
"Fine Terrazzo Work"
1564 N.W. 7th STREET
PHONES 9-6333 67-2913
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
SWIGERT
AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEER SPECIALISTS
476 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 3-0388
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALL REALTY COMPANY
REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
251 N.W. 14th STREET
EVILS OF THE J
I Continued from Page 3E)
ur country to exaggerate the in-
fluence of crackpost and bigots
as if they were in any way truly
representative of the American
people.
Much can be said of the folly
of some of the strange alliances
that have been formed with other
groups which only tend to con-
fuse the nature of the Jewish
problem.
I appeal to the verdict of his-
tory. We are experienced in the
art of fighting anti-Semitism. We
have engaged in this battle fur
thousands of years. We fought the
good fight even before the de-
struction of Jerusalem by the
Ru:i.an<. We met the enemy in
Alexandria. We fought the same
foes in Syria and Persia. We con-
tinued the contest for 2.000 years
in the diaspora. This social di-
sease has deep roots in history
and. sad to relate, in religion it-
self. This mass psychosis rises
and ebbs with the tidal waves
that sweep upon human society.
It is naive to believe that we can
(xterminate it by the techniques
Of our defense organizations. The j
fundamental philosophies that j
underlie these antagonisms can .
be clarified only by the best
trained scholars of our day. Jew-
ish institutions of learning are
the laboratories where weapons
are forged to repel anti-Semitism
to the degree that such a course
is possible.
But we must always bear in
mind one cardinal fact. Never,
never was the battle against anti-
Semitism an end in itself. We
have fought anti-Semitism not
merely to destroy an evil but to
release a force that worked for
a spiritual end. The objective was
always to make possible the good
life the life of Jewish holiness
to release within the Jewish
people the religious genius and
the art of creating great works
irr'the domains of poetry, mysti-
cism, ethics and philosophy.
This is the challenge that con-
fronts American Jewish Leaders
whether they be educators.
Rabbis or laymen. We must strive
to reorient our people into the
setting of Jewish history. We
must awaken in them the feeling
of historic compulsion. As an
historic people with a record of
thousands of years of prophets,
psalmists and martyrs, we need
not humiliate ourselves to prove
to the World that we are not as
bad as the anti-Semites portray
us. Far nobler is the effort to
develop within ourselves the po-
tential qualities that inhere in a
prophetic people. This is our chal-
lenge.
A H.ppy New YMr
Wnto and hfcj
THE FINEST PRlNT,
800 6th STREET
MIAMI BEACH '
Phones 58-2370 5.1575
Ben Levin
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Or. Stanley
C. Wasntan
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patronj
Collins j
Prinliny 2157 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone 89-2613
NISSIM COUNTS HIS BLESSINGS
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FREDDY CAL0
and His Boys 1
(Continued from Preceding Puge)
ional training programs for
destitute men and women.
For Nissim Garbes. 12 yean
old and a product of the Casa-
blanca Gheto. the year since
Rosh Hashona 5712. has brought
almost more blessings than he
can comprehend. The medical aid,
the food, the clothing, the school-
ing new horizons and a new
life have opened up for him.
But Nissim. like his family and
his friends, is aware of the dan-
gers ahead. Daily he is reminded
that the seething cauldron which
is the Arab world may yet boil
over and destroy the Jewish com-
munity. And this is or.e fear.
But there is yet another fear.
For the memory is still too fresh
in Nissim's mind of what life
was like before JDC came. And
when h, thinks of the disease, the
unger, the nakedness and the
rty, it is with a feeling of
abiding helplessness. For if this
aid should stop, there is nothing
at all that Nissim can do about
it. Though he has never teen
them, he knows who his bene-
factors are the Jews of Amer-
ica. And he knows that it is their
generous aid which has kept him
and thousands like him alive.
So Nissim can do no more than
hope hope that those who re-
n mber him today and remem-
1 :<(! him last year will continue
to remember until the day when
: life really oegins for him, and he
no longer needs their aid to sur-
vive.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEROTA
PLUMBING CO.
Installations Maintenance
Repairs
Prompt Service
CALL 58-2585
1728 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Eddie Cantor
Goes On Tour
Despite the tremendous de-
mands upon his time and energy
because of television and radio
programs. Eddie Cantor is again
planning to contribute his serv-
ices to speed the sale of State
Of Israel Bor.ds.
The first of a number of dates
the entertainer is giving to Is-
rael Bonds will bring Mr. Cantor
to Chicago, Detroit. Cleveland
and Kansas City. The dates he
has made available are October
5th through 8th.
Subsequently. Mr. Cantor will
visit other communities as part
of his determination to help the
American community further the
economic stabilization of the
State of Israel
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Kelts Ptsm
77 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-5845
M. L. Patterson, Mgr.
GREETINGS
PARKER PLUMBING CO.
Leo Hohauser
1903 West Ave., Miami Beach
1441 SW. 3rd St Miami
Tel. 58-0472
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Riverside Bake Shop
irw Mr and Mrs F H Hasecke
104 Beacom Boulevard D. ..
Phone 83-1687
1 OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 1HONS
CARLYLE HOTEL
OPEN THE YEAR AROUND
1250 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 5-2135
Mrs. Ethel Greenberg. Prop.
TO ALL GREETINGS
A. C. Awning
Company
JUST A SHADE BETTER"
John R. Goodman, Owner
Phone 3-1986
47 N.W. 6th STREET
A Happy Naw Year To AH
Our Friands and Patrons
Dean Cleaners
A Laandry
12938 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 89-9144
Elias Thaw

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L H.PPV N'w Ye" T *"
Qur Friendi and^etront
Olivero|iJM!otop
Service
200 N.E. 18th STREET
MIAMI
Phonos 2-4612 82-5178
r^PPr \w rEAR TO ALL
|0L'RFR'E^DS AND PATRONS
Wallace Stirling
Diamonds Fin. Gems
Blistered Stats Appraiser
OLYMPIA BLDG.
MIAMI
Phone 9-7181
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL .
Mr. and Mrs.
XAT ZALKA
and Family
41 N. W. 10th Street
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Green oi the
NEW YORK DELICATE^EN
AND RESTAURANT
Extend New Year Greetings
1853 West Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla.
PHONE 5-0481
Twelve Men Build
Their Great Idea
By MAURICE BISGYER
(Secretary, National B'nai B'rith)
It was natural that B'nai B'rith al guidance, the Jewish commun-
found its milieu in New York I ity was too weak and too divided
City. The teeming metropolis, as to offer either in any effective
a gateway ofthe new world, stim- measure. Then, too, unity in Is-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
LANGFORD BLDG
Phone 3-2933
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI
Joseph ]. Schauers. Mgr.
ulated twelve starry-eyed ideal-
ists to dreams of establishing a
nation-wide organization with
the highest altruistic and intel-
lectual objectives.
New York's environment, both
in its physical and more intangi-
rael was the great desideratum,
for the various groups of Jews
had little to do with each other.
The clash between Sephaidim
and Ashkenazim was only part
of the tragedy. Not only did the
Sephaidim and Ashkenazim diffei
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
AIRLINE BRAKE & WHEEL ALIGNING CO.
3701 N.W. 36th STREET
To AH ...
A Most Happy
JVeir Year
MOORE
FURNITURE
THE BEST THROUGH
THE AGES
4012 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
in us pnvsicai ana more miangi- ------ .----- _
" J las to religious interpretation,
ble phases, held great attraction i ideology, customs, economic stat-
to an immigrant group: the long [ us and generai outlook, but the
To All .
Happy New Year
and Season's Greetings
Auerbach Paint Co.
1671 ALTON ROAD
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OCR FRIEHDS AND PATRONS
Shoreline
Cleaners
8420 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 78-8731
Ralph Green
and broad avenues, the green
vistas of Central Park and the al-
ready congested East Side. Here
was freedom of thought and ex-
pression without limitation. Here
was social fellowship. Here was
an opportunity for intellectual
advancement unparalleled any-
where in America.
Where but in New York could
be found a Sinsheimer Cafe on
Essex Street which shed the glow
of its gaslit interior to welcome
those who liked to talk about
Jewish affairs accompanied by a
Jewish cuisine? Where else could
a foreigr.-born group burst the
bounds of a Ghetto and, within
a comparatively few years, cross
the "tracks" to parade up Fifth
Avenue in horse-drawn barouches
before admiring throngs in the
bright Sunday afternoon sun-
shine and then to open a Conven-
tion before an audience of 10,000
at the Jones Wood Coliseum?
When B'nai B'rith was born in
1843. the American Jewish com-
munity consisted of some 25,000
men. women and children, large
numbers of whom were recent j
immigrants from Germany, Po-
land, Bohemia and Austria. The
"aristocrats" were the Sephardic
Jews who were descended from
the early settlers.* They were in-
tegrated into American life, pros-
perous and secure. They were
thus upset at the immigration of
Ashkenazic Jews, caused by eco-
nomic, and political conditions in
Europe early in the 19th century.
The newcomers were mostly poor,
spoke German and were not yet
adjusted to American conditions
of living.
Organized Jewish life centered
around the Synagogue. Except for
a few burial societies, American
Jewry had no philanthropic agen-
cies detached from the Syna-
gogue. Neither were there any
provisions for orienting the im-
migrants into the American
scene. While they had great need
of material assistance and cultur-
us and general outlook, but the
Ashkenazim themselves were di-
vided and not only by national
origin. There were bitter feuds
between Polish and Rumanian
Jews, and even within the Polish
or Rumanian group there were
more local antagonisms, depend-
ing on what part of the country
or even what part of the same
community they had come from.
In some families, a marriage
between a member of one group
with a member of another group
of Jews was actually deemed in-
termarriage and occurred rarely.
And so this pitiful handful of
less than 25,000 souls, instead of
being united in brotherly coop-
eration by the one thing they all
had in common, their Judaism,
was divided and mutually antag-
onisyc. They formed tight little
cliques, organized mutually ex-
clusive little clubs, founded many
tiny Synagogues in which Jews
outside of their own circle were
not welcome and even carried
their hostility to the grave, with
a large number of cemeteries,
each for their own dead.
It was not only a disgraceful
spectacle, but a weakening and
dangerous situation. The times
called for a new type of organi-
zation, and it was some of the
younger and better educated
among the newcomers who did
something about it.
Chief among these was Henry
Jones who first began talking
about a new organization with
some of his friends who used to
gather at Sinsheimer's Coffee
Shop on Essex Street in New
York Although a religious man
and a Synagogue leader, Jones
was realistic enough to see that
the rivalries between the congre-
gations of the Portugese, Dutch
English, Polish, Bohemian and
German Jews, each with its own
ritual and separate and tightly
knit community, was begetting a
spirit of jealousy and provincial
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
STAN'S BAR
Package Goods Choice Wines and Liguors
7329 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 87-9315
A Happy New Year To All Our Friends
Super Service Dry Cleaners and Laundry
3890 Bird Rd. at Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 4-6752 Harry and Celia Cohen, and Son Robert
(Continued on Next Page)
PAINTING
and
PAPER HANGING
* EASY FINANCING
* REASONABLE PRICES
* LICENSED and INSURED
ART HEIMER
Phone 87-6474
MIL AMD MRS. S. J. SPECTOR AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS
FOR THE NEW YEAR
SECURITY
TRUST
COMPANY
Serving Miami in Evsry Fiduciary Capacity
. j o \a.~, Miami Florida
Shoreland Building
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. Baidi Miracle Mile Beauty Salon
COIFFURE DESIGNER
330 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-2565
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
of Brooklyn, N.Y.
LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE MOVINO
Miami Beach Office: 655 Collins Ave. Phones 5-7147 and 58-2013
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Western Trail Auto Supply
6698 S.W. 8th STREET
WEST MIAMI
Phone 87-8497
Louis Leeda
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING
Happiness, Joy and Prosperity
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
AND TO ALL JEWRY
Schrager's, Inc.
1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 2-0707
"HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY"


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+Jeistncrktian
raipAY, SEPTEMBER J
GREETINGS TO ALL
RAMSEY BROTHER*
For Concrete Blocks Call 87-S541
5600 N.W. 12ih STREET
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE
PHONE 84-SI24
2800 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Vesuvi Restaurant
ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOODS
600 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI. FLA.
W. G. Welbon Properties
Service Through the Year*
129 S.W. 12th AVENUE
PHONE 3-0226
A Happy and Prosperous New Year :c ;-.". Our Friends tad F.'
Spie and Span Lanndrv
12535 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY. NORTH MIAMI
Ptone 7-4984 Berjamin Geller
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Thrifty Super Market
517 WASHINGTON AVENUE
12 MEN BUILD THEIR GREAT IDEA
Continued from Preceding Page) champion of its people. The quar-
.-: path; that blocked union and ] relsome^divided American Jew-
peration.
Recognizinf the difficulty of
miting the congregations, Jones
i: to found a society
which, while r^sed on the teach-
ings of Judaism, would be free
:> deliberation! from every-
thing dogmatic and doctrinal and
would be able to unite in a com-
mon purpose all Jews. Such a
society, he was convinced, would
not only develop mutual under-1 --------- ------------
star.ding and respect among the Ifor the purpose of ending the
various sections of American Jew-I aDU*ea against Rumanian Jews.
ry and create harmony in Jewish
ish community as such could nev-
er have agreed on such a move,
but B'nai B'rith represented all
elements among them.
After horrible barbarities
against the Jews of Rumania oc-
curred in the late 1860's, Simon
Wolf proposed to his good friend,
President Ulysses Grant, that
Benjamin F. Peixotto, a former
Grand Saar of B*nai B'rith, be
| named US Consul in Bucharest
TO ALL GREETINGS
LA SALLE HOTEL
829 N.W. 21st STREET
' life but would also contribute ma-
terially to the intellectual and
mural advancement of the Jew-
ish community.
Grant agreed, and Peixotto was
named consul to Bucharest in
1870.
During Peixotto's five years in
Kumar la on an assignment that
carried with it no government
th j compensation but did provide aid
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Such were the ideals that ani- ,
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around him 11 like-minded men J" ?"a' B':,th- h's off'clal 'e-
, and on October 13. 1843. estab- pAorts led to intervention by other
hshed B'nai B'rith or, as it was Amen diplomats in Europe,
'then called. The Independent Or- ,w"o invited the various govern-
: der of B'nai B'rith. men,s }" whlch the>' were ac-
The vitality of the tiny Order <****** t0 cooperate in halting
during the first quarter-centurv fewJsh Persecutions in Rumania.
Of its existence was amazing. Jn direct consequence of the ae-
__ When the Order was founded, and *!vities of Pe,** during whose
-at the same time that the name ye.ars ,n Ruman,a the Jews
~ waa selected, the motto which I en>-ved comparative peace and
was chosen and which remains freedom. the great powers repre-
the B'nai B'rith motto to this, sen^d at the Congress of Berlin
moment was Benevolence ,n 18'8' |ave Ruania the status
Brotherly Love and Harmony.' j ?* an '"dependent kingdom upon
From the sta.t. the men who led i the, exprcss 1c.ond,ition, that the
j the Order put into practice the >c'Vl1 a?d P!ltlcal r'Shts of the
pnrciples which thev had set Jeiys should be recognized.
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pnrciples which
forth.
In the early 1850's, it opened
America's Covenant Hall, the first
Jewish Community Center, and
established the first Jewish li-
brary in this country. In 1861.
Chicago's Ramah Lodge recruited
and equipped a company of Jew-
ish soldiers in response to Abra-
ham Lincoln's appeal for volun-
teers, thus beginning the Order's
war service record which has
I grown with every war this in
spite of the fact that B'nai B'rith's
,: purpose was to develop primarily
peace-time activities.
In 1865. B'nai B'rith sent funds
'. Moses Montefiore for the direct
relief of victims of a plague in
P.lestine the Order's first of
| many acts iD behalf of foreign
:t.:tf. Everything that B'nai
B nth undertook was in response
to an existing need.
As early as 1851. the Order was
conscious of its responsibility as
a representative voice of the Jew-
ish people. At that time, certain
" ns in Sw itzerland. not the
country as a whole, restricted the
The Banquet in honor of the
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 1, Interna-
tional Order B'nai B'rith, was
held on Monday, September 4,
1876, at Lyric Hall and was de-
scribed in the minutes as "a
grand and successful affair, doing
credit to the Grand Lodge and
all who took an active part in its
celebration, and the committee
particularly deserve the thanks
of the District for their exertions.
"At 8 o'clock p.m., the guests
arrived and were escorted to the
parlors of the hall by the com-
mittee. Seven musicians of Sil-
berberg's splendid orchestra were
in attendance to discourse music,
and at half-past 8 o'clock, the
doors to the banquet hall were
opened and the guests entered,
while the music played a fine
march.
"Among the distinguished
guests were Comptroller of the
City of New York Andrew H.
Green, officers of the Order and
representatives of the following
newspapers Jewish Messenger.
rights of Jews, and the voungi wish Times- Jewish Record.
thP firct"fi New York Her
Bnai B'nth, {or the first time,
s voice in protest as the
raid. Times, Trib-
(Continued on Page HE)
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The entire future of Jewish
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ality with a story worth hearing.
One conspicuous figure is Dr
?ion of his colleagues, possesses
technique of musical theory and
composition than any other Amer-
ican-Jewish composer today.
Formal, precise, academic, slow
speaking and moving. Dr. Wein-
berg appears more like a mid-
Victorian gentleman than a 1952
New Yorker.
Born in 1879 in Odessa, Wein-
berg was educated in'Russia in
commerce and law and even prac-
ticed law as a young man. Un-
like American youths who would
find one profession quite suf-
ficient, he also attended the Mos-
cow Conservatory where he grad-
uated in piano and composition.
As a young man he enjoyed much
success as a concert pianist and
composer of serious music but
not Jewish music.
The turning point in his career
occurred in 1923, when Weinberg
went to Palestine where he es-
tablished the National Conserva-
tory of Music in Jerusalem, and
it was in the land of the Bible
where he became inspired to
write in the Judaic tradition.
As a result of his sojourn in
Palestine, he wrote the opera
HeHalutz, which is based on the
experiences of East European im-
migrants, both in the Galut and
in Palestine. This opera won first
prize in an international music
contest at the Philadelphia Cen-
tenrial Exposition in 1926, and
received many performances
thereafter. To ears that have been
exposed to so much contemporary
music in America rests on the
group of men who reside, in the
a distinct and contrasting person-
. Jacob Weinberg, who by admis-
more knowledge concerning the
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Phone 5-7S31
Israeli music as one hears in New
York, HeHalutz by compansos
may today sound a bit dated, but
nevertheless it merits further
performances, particularly in
communities throughout the
United States where a Jewish
opera is either rare or totally
non-existent.
In 1928, Weinberg came to the
United States where he immedi-
ately took his place as a leading
Jewish composer, performer and
teacher of piano and composition.
For many years he has been on
the music faculty of Hunter Col-
lege, as well as on the staff of the
New York College of Music.
Ever an innovator and pioneer,
in 1941, Weinberg sponsored for
the first time, in New York's
Town Hall, an evening called, A
Festival Of Jewish Arts, which
has become an annual event and
an integral part of the city's ar-
tistic life. Each season, every
phase of Jewish creative art,
I choruses, orchestras, soloists,
dancers and cultural leaders ap-
pear before huge audiences (to
accommodate the increased fol-
lowing the festival is now housed
in Carnegie Hall) and year after
year younger musicians marvel at
Weinberg's energy and stick-to-
it-ivenuess, for these events are
practically one-man projects.
Based on the success of the
early festivals and the wide-
spread interest of the Jewish
laity, the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board through its Jewish
Music Council in 1945. enlarged
on Weinberg's idea of a single
evening on a national scale. To-
day this has grown to a month
impressively called National Jew-
ish Music Month, which is cele-
brated in February.
Weinberg is a prolific composer
and arranger, with special empha-
sis on the Judaic idiom. In the
larger forms, he has written an
oratoric Isaiah for chorus, orches-
tra and soloists, a piano concerto,
three Sabbath services, an orches-
tral suite called Purim, an instru-
mental trio based on Hebrew
themes, a string quartette on
Jewish holiday motives (prem-
iered in 1952), as well as numer-
ous songs and works for solo vio-
lin and piano. He has also com-
posed many piano para-phrases
on Jewish folk melodie* which I
have included countless times in
A Cavalcade of Jewish Music.
Jacob Weinberg's personality
is somewhat difficult for Amer-
icans to understand, for on first
acquaintance his old-world for-
(Continued on Page U E)
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*Jk>istiFk>rkfiar)
Investment Capital Methods
By ROBERT SZOLD
Chairman of Board. Palestine Economic Corporation
Palestine Economic Corporation, an American corporation
organized to do business in Palestine, was incorporated in 1926.
In its first Prospectus, the Corporation stated: "The Corpora-
tion has been formed to afford an instrument through which
American lews and others who may be interested may give
material aid on a strictly business basis to productive Palestin-
ian enterprises and thereby further the economic development
of the Hofc- Land and the reset-I n ,.. r...
tlement there -i an increasing tlon was a Pnme ^*> r"
number of Jews. j an8e growers and truck tanners
. The Corporation makes no had primitive, shallow wells. Pal-
promises or representations and ; estine Economic Corporation was
gives no guarantees as to the t;-e flrst t0 insist on systematic
outcome of its endeavors. It will, 'exploration for water and on ra-
however. earnestly strive to make | tionalized exploitation of avail-
of itself a useful factor in pro- able resources through centralized
noting the welfare of Palestine." j irrigation svstems.
Palestine Economic Corporation tt was the Palestine Economic
has been and continues to be "a Corporation that introduced the
useful factor." Perhaps that at- rotarv drill which sought out and
tribute which has contributed disclosed new water-bearing -::..-
most to its usefulness has been its ta jn piaces deeper than the shov-
venturesome and pioneering spir- ei and carher drilling rigs could
jt.
In 1922. two financial instiru-
:. na were inaugurated the ''. '
and Savings Bank. Ltd.. and
the Central Bank of Cooperative
Instituti ns in Palestine, Ltd.
El ,-as designed to aid the
. man. The very dal
the O rp >rati n's sul
aries en rked in business
-.- i ::.. .: ( nturesome
This was because of the
go. It lost over $250,000. experi-
ting th( m it suitable
"" ds of well drilling and
: distribution Jointly with
the PICA. :: '. irmed the P..:- stine
''' my, Ltd the first
its kind in Palestine, which es-
: listri .. :. systems in
the Sha and in Sanu
Ir. Samaria, the '.'. ..: I I
ru> growers of Pai s Hannah
and Karku: w. re
itions then prevail- through watei a Tur-
ig in the count:-. backward
n-.ethods of lending money on
rtg .: n houses, inadequate
Liar..-...'.;, absence of mortgage
traditions, lack of established
I :" agricultural colonies
I ei >n the collective or the
onian formation. In Galilei rge
tracts of theretofore and land
were opened up to cultivation.
Here again was no lack of ven-
ture.
In 1929. Palestine Economic
Corporation brought to rt-aliza-
iual basis and frequent ab- tum the s.cailed Thousand Fam- I
sence of elementary notions of Uy pian whlch enabled agncul- '
ting.
The contribution of these two
financial subsidiary companies to
:.-.e development of Palestine was.
tural wage-earners gradually to
become self-supporting small-
holders. Palestine Economic Cor-
poration established ten workers'
perhaps, as much by reason of the, Vlllagcs |n the oranRe be am,
introduction of certain American buiU in the:r over 500 wolkers
standards o: conduct, as by rea-
n of the investments the-*-''
ves Borrowers were taught that
ould be made only for con-
ictive purposes and that loans
must be repaid. There were
housi -
The concession to Palestine Pot-
ash. Ltd.. for the exploitation of
the mineral resources of the Dead
Sea. was granted as of January j
1. 1930. This would not have been
1925. five years before the con-
cession was granted, when the
plans for commercial exploitation
of potash were but a dream.
When the enormous tract in the
Haifa Bay. now owned by Bay-
side Land Corporation, Ltd., was
acquired in 1928. it was largely
desert, sand and malaria swamps.
At that time, before the modern
harbor was built in Haifa, it took
active imagination to persist in
this complicated transaction. Pal-
estine Economic Corporation not
only furnished the money for its
own purchase, but also financed
a similar purchase by the Jewish
National Fund.
Thus a partnership was estab-
lished which has worked most
satisfactorily until this day. Thus
was initiated the first modern
town planning in Palestine. Pales-
i tine Economic Corporation was
the pioneering spirit in opening
up the area: it established Kiriath
: Haim by building and financing
; its first 200 houses. Hundreds of
industrial enterprises and four
residential suburbs have been
built in Haifa Bay since.
In order to enable the Bejarano
orange juice concentrate plant to
acquire modern American ma-
chinery. Palestine Economic Cor-
poration invested $120,000 in As-
Since then. Palestine Eco-
nomic Corporation increased its
investment to facilitate the estab-
nt of a distillery, producing
alcohol from the waste liquor of
citrus juices.
During the Arab-Israel War of
1948. when the regular shipping
lines refused to call at Haifa or
Tel Aviv, and the Palestine ports
were otherwise blockaded. Pal-
estine Economic Corporation par-
ticipated in the charter of ships
which deliberately ran the block-
ade to deliver food. From this
small beginning. The American
Israel Shipping Company, Inc..
was formed, in which the Pales-
(Continued on Page 15 E)
inn vations. The Mortgage Bank p,,ss.bi, without the participation
inned and supervised the con- of tne Palestine Economic Cor-
iti of low cost houses. Sev- poration. which in time became
the present leaders of tne thc largest holder of tkc ordmarv
Stab of Israel, from the Prime
M rter down, were Palestine
voting shares. Indeed, the first
business venture capital put at
Economic Corporation home-own- the dlsposal of M A. NoVomesky
"ISiWL- .km. for ** future Palestine Potash
?J2L li^jH* LtdV pO.000 subscription
made by Palestine Cooperative
Company (the predecessor of Pal-
estine Economic Corporation) in
the pattern for the standard low
home. The Central Bank for
Cooperative Institutions taught
the principles of cooperative en-
deavor and showed tfie way to
organize cooperatives in the bar-
ren economy. When, in 1928. it
SDoeared that adequate hotel fa-
cilities were a necessary adjunct
for the development of Palestine
tourist traffic. Palestine Economic
Corporation pump-primed the
King David Hotel m the city of
Jerusalem.
In the earliest days of the Brit-
ish Mandate, it was universally
recognized that water for irriga-
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!
BAY,
cFPTEMBER 19. 1952
Jmisfi fkrirli^n
PAGE +1 E
BUILD THEIR GREAT IDEA
I, ,,/ from Page 8E)
L gun World and Stoats. Zei-
Lp,, iseiy at 1 o'clock, as pre-
luslv agreed, the officers and
Libers of the committee met
, Philadelphia and other breth-
. (,vx abroad and at home, all
Cited guests- at the Continental
[.. rner Twentieth Street
Broadway, where coaches
^e jn waiting for the accom-
datxn of the guests, to escort
m arcund the city and park
to inspect our Jewish char-
pie institutions.
Ipreci-tly at 2 o clock, the par-
[|cft the hotel, in seven open
ouches, and proceeded on their
through Broadway, Fifth
lenut. Central Park and around
. park. At 4 o'clock, the Jewish
phan Asylum was reached,
kere the children were all in
| olroom arrayed in holi-
attire."
jtSSages of congratulations
I. eived from the following:
S. Giant, President of the
lited States, and Governors of
States :' Massachusetts, Con-
Jcticut. Rhode Island and Maine.
In the evening, the party pro-
dded t( the Jones' Wood Coli-
Xn ere the Orphan Asylum
Ind played "the beautiful piece,
chief." Supper was
vie and "justice done to the
iands after the fatigu-
i : .1 the afternoon. Joy
a festive spirit prevailed
roughi ml the evening." Several
bakers addressed the assem-
ge I r dinner. Later "in the
jenir.c. : ire works were burned,
I.: ..' :.il enjoyment prevailed.
sevtn o'clock. Bernstein's
|nd i T.menced to discourse
music, and at nine
block, dancing commenced and
Intinuul until the morning, as
| nnexed programme." From
I i ten thousand persons
k
I'Ma;. Golden Anniversary
be its worthy successor. So mote
it be. A$*jen."
The activities of B'nai B'rith
represent a cycle from the day it
was born until the present. The
very first project of B'nai B'rith
rested on a basis of "intellectual
advancement." Just imagine it
twelve men came together and
their first undertaking was not
anything of advantage to them-
selves but designed to educate the
entire community. They founded
a Public Library.
Although B'nai B'rith has
grown from 12 to 350,000 mem-
bers, it is still being carried for-
ward with the same kind of pur-
pose. Now the early objective has
been enlarged to develop in Jew-
ish youth a well-balanced man or
woman, a mature spiritual and
social personality an individual
able to think creatively not in
terms of self alone but of the
community as well. The Order
also fulfills early objectives striv-
ing to preserve the good name of
the Jew and, in doing so, to fight
the heroic battle of minorities
everywhere for a better democ-
racy.
While, due to the dynamics of
America, changes are rapid, the
B'nai B'rith road is continuous
and progressive. Therefore the
historic achievements of B'nai
B'rith, in general, are not ashes
of the past. They burn with the
flame of a living tradition
pure, bright and unquenchable.
Portrait Of Composer
Dr. Jacob Weinberg
(Contrnued frovi Page VE)
mality and dignity seem far too
slow-moving in a city like New
York which is geared to exces-
sive speed. But beneath this
somewhat austere manner is a
warm and triendly soul which
one discovers alter much search.
Weinberg's loyalty to every
phase or Jewish art when public-
ly presented is a lesson to all
younger musicians. Plagued by
numerous respiratory ailments,
he still holds the record for nev-
er missing a single Jewish meet-
ing, lecture or concert. In fact,
it is jocularly reported in artistic
circles that if Weinberg weren't
present, one may be sure it never
took place!
Weinberg's wife, Theresa, is
thoroughly old world Russian in
mariners, appearance and culture,
but in ideals she is a most ardent,
patriotic American. She is a
woman of strong opinions, which
she voices vehemently even to
the point of opposing some of her
husband's admirable ideas. Her
high sense of cultural values
makes her a paradox among com-
posers' mates; for she is her hus-
band's severest critic, while at
the same time she is his most
voferous champion.
The Weinbergs have one son,
Walter, a gifted musician who de-
votes himself to the more mod-
ern, commercial aspects of the
profession. Married, he has a year
old daughter who is the prover-
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May I5h 1348. did more then mark a momentous dale in
Jewish history. The fervor and the emotional upsurge aroused
by the event hos been maintained at a fairly hiah level. To
most American Jews. Israel's independence not only did not
release us from our obligation to continue support for the United
Jewish Arjpeal but added the further obligation of insuring the
success : the I ve hundred mil-1 ^ a cuUlm, wcll
lior. d >.'-:' campaign for Bond>
T as religion, our remarks will be
However the time r.usi conined primarily to the religious
when Israel shall be at peace with re^t,0"hjP: ,.wrv
, ... I An.erica, religious Je\M>
Hi surrounding nations ar.d it>
i i. -i has three sects or denominations
econom and y'ht.cal indepen-
... .... ,. ..,,. orthodox, conservative and re-
drr.^e stabilized. When t:iat da)
-u ii u, ,^ii 4 orm. Israel recognizes only ortho-
arrives, we shall be compelled ten
c mcentrate jut thinking upo
-jdoxy. This presents a situation
, u i i which com Dels the majority of
,,..:. nship between Israel .
and American Jewry in many as-
American Jews to proceed along
I their own paths accepting the in-
Ipects thei than that of finances, dependence and authority of their
Dr. Robert Gordis once wrote: own respective Rabbinical move-
It is law ol life that the merits separate and apart from
. the oficial religious edicts of Is-
, achievement of a goal inevitably raeJ Jhc ,eade of ,ht. conserva-
.....ses ew problems because it tlve aIlfj reform movements have
discloses new and unsuspected accepted and given sanction to
vistas." A great number ol peo- [many modifications of ritual and
pie in Israel, and in particular I practises which Israeli orthodoxy
many of its leaders, subscribe to refuses to accept without th?
a school of thought as the Shole- sanction of a Sanhedrin.
lei Hogolah, the negation ol the The Rabbinate of Israel itself is
Diaspora. They hold that ''' spl on ,he question as to wheth-
can be no future tor Judaism out- M ^^ shou,d ^ a c,t,atlon and
side of Israel for two reasons. convocatlon of a Sanhedrin. How-
One contention is that tuA^ lf thl. vver snould tak..
Jews inevitably will assimilate
since they constitute only a min-
oritj many foreign country. The. MCh Sanhedrm will have any
,th argument ,s hat anti-Sem- judlcla, efec< ((UtsJdc of Israel
itism must ultimately arise and e amongst orthodox Jews.
.1 w iah citizens be compelled to Thpre nevpr can bp un,form re.
seek their inevitable home in I practises (or Israeli and
which differ with residence.
There are certain symbols that \
were shared alike by Pui'^tm*an
and D:aspora Jewry fbf rrfctiy
years prior to May 15. 1940. to-1
rai I, upon its independence, j
adopted certain of these symbols
as nationalistic, political and sec- ,
ular characteristics of its state-
hood. The blue and white flag
with the shield of David in the,
| middle was the flag of Zionists,
and it shared the platform in
most American synagogues with
the American flag. It symbolized!
to the congregants their hopes j
and asirations for a Jewish,
; homeland. Many have raised the
! question as to whether this iden- j
tical flag should still be used by ;
American Jewry since it is now
the political flag of a secular cov- :
ereign State. We musj not forget j
that in Israel there has been a
separation of church and state to |
; a very great extent. Israel is not
!a theocracy.
The suggestion has been made ,
. that American Jewry maintain |
the flag except substitute the
tablets of the Ten Command-
i n.ents in the place of the Mogen
David Such a flag might then be
accepted as a religious emblem.
, The question as to the singing of
Hatikvah also deserves study.
Hat.kvah is now the national an-
them of the State of Israel.
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American Jews do not share
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place which is geographically out- es
side Israel but definitely not (or a Very Happy New Year; ar.d
Galutexile. American Jews also extend our sincere appreci-
- ave elected voluntarily and free- ation for the patronage which
ly t I maintain their homes here makes it necessary for us to en-
and to give political allegiance to large ,,u, establishment
-untry. Exile is something near future
wr.ich is not voluntary. Since the
choice has been made, and Amer-
ican Jewry is concerned with the j
[Survival Of Judaism in this coun- >
try. it must begin to plan for the
future both for its independent
existence as a self-contained re-
ligious group in this courtly and '
also for its relationships with
their co-religionists in Israel.
There are many facets of the re-
lationship which will not be here
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been defined as a civilization
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* Jen #'$#) Fhredian
PAGE 13 E
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, .1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ITWEEN COVERS: Nu.T.erous books and good books have
fcn puih.-rid in English in this country depicting the destruction
Folish Jewry by the Nazis But I should like to see trans-
it into Er.gTish a book on this subject just published in Israel
in Hebrew but in Yiddish The author of this volume, M.
guun, is ne of the best-known Jewish journalists ... He is the
-dent of the Jewish Daily Forward, largest Jewish
paper in the world, published in New York ... He is
1 utor of Die Letzte Nayes, Israel's most popular Yiddish
jwspapei Born and raised in pre-war Poland, he visited 100
p-s and towns in Poland after the liberation of the country from
f. axis, and he describes city by city what he has found there .
p. quiUicd to do this kind of a joo, since he knew those places
prs tefoi. tn Nazi occupation, Mr. Tsanin was primarily inter-
watn mi ng what remained of Jewish life there With the
pnon of Warsaw. Lublin and one or two more cities, he found
. *s al ai' any of the places he visited There where
l*jsh communities flourished for generations and centuries, no: a
rs'* Jew nas remained today The Jews there hare all been
wiuaied by the Nasis and special Ukranian units which the
leri t9 Ter to Pland to helP the in th mass-murdering
wire Jewish communities The author has many bitter words
L "''' about the Germans and their Ukranian henchmen,
r "" -> ui the Poles ... In plundering the property of the Jew-
Mcums. the Polish population participated no less than the
Es nr ::" Ukraniar.s ... In ftct, Mr. Tsanin had seen much of
Eiri.r0.?. took part in
these belongings,
cha,r.bers and
s Mr. Tsarins very vivid and emotional des-
U. W he found in the 100 Polish towns he visited pre-
Uii Jt 'JIe which Put* lh folfi in no better light than the
cuihi"'"1 regard lo making Poland "Judenrein" during the Naxi
P*n cf the country 7 The book entitled. Uber Shtein Un
! monument for 100 Jewish communities, each of which
ftek. i
' blown
"ri'A Kl ^ JewisJ> history because of the contribution made to
e Many American Jews have either themselves inrr.i-
is .. '-use communities to the United States, o: their par-
'n those towns ... It would only be proper to have
h '"". 'Ok also published in English for.the benefit of those
jjj ad Yiddish but want to immortalize the perished
le,r imS?!' un'ties of the cities and towns in Poland where they
_H ents were horn
or. I
Best Wishes /or a
Happy New Year
jrom
Margaret Newman
1126 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
1INGTON NOTES: It can be revealed that President Truman
L pretty much upset when it was brought to his attention that
,'v.sa Division of the State Department had introduced the racial
triple for Jews applying for visas to the United States ... On
other hand, American Jewry owes, to a certain extent, a vote
[ttanks to the Visa Division for bringing this issue into the open
, In this way American Jews realised concretely the implications
the McCarran Immigration Bill on the basis of which the Visa
bjartment ccted in forcing Jewish applicant! for visas to declare
Lj, Jewish decent Only now many begin to understand why
*sicer.t Truman, who vetoed the McCarran bill termed it as
osl" Even among congressmen who voted for the passing of
,m the President's veto, there are now some who begin to
tie measure in its true light Through the passing of this
Hitler's ..r.ti-Jewish racial theory entered the United States
ugh th back door Under the new visa regulations, based
this b.il. J< ws are classified not by their religion, but by their
uj This means that even a convert must state in the applica-
nt he is a Jew by race ... In some American consulates.
:sh applicants must now specify not only their own race, but
the race of each of their parents ... In other words, if they
'children of mixed marriages, they must slate which of the
ents was e Jew and which was the non-Jew Doesn't this
iird one < f Hitler's system of dividing Jews into full-Jews and
|M-Jews? Jewish organizations strongly opposed the McCar-
b.U from the very beginning Now they are facing the task
Jroobilizinc all their forces to fight for a revision, if not for the
Ithdrawal. i! the new immigration law which may become the
ferunnei to other racial laws if not checked on time .
CCENT CN YOUTH: The American Zionist Youth Commission.
fe.bj.shtd in 1940, to promote artd coordinate the work of Zionist
groups in this country, will soon become one of the major
tors in th< Zionist system here More than 25,000 young peo-
... ( ne served by this body through a countrywide net-
r- of some 200 Zionist youth commissions The work of these
commissions will now be intensified This will be done in
with the determination of American Zionist leadership to gain
talcr influence on American Jewish youth ... At present the
fgtu group affiliated with the onunission is Young Juries which
a membership of about 14.000 boys and girls age 10-18. .
le Young Juriea clubs function in about 300 cities Other groups j
Dieted with the Commission are Junior Hadassah. Intercollegiate I
jeist Fi turn of America and Plugat Aliyah, the youth or-I
faizati which trains American Chalutzim for settlement in Is-!
A staff of more than 30 trained educators serve as Com- I
bsiMi directors throughout the United States, guiding and imple- !
feting the Zionist youth program The Commission provides!
tit. resources as well as administrative assistance to its affiliated
... It subsidises Zionist youth weekend institutes and pro-
:es_s:hc:arships to Zionist youth camps and Israel Fellowships
I Thii ....-. more than 50 young people are going to Israel !
i wo: as the Jewish communal season will start after Labor [
\- pli will be mapped to increase the activities of the Com- '
fcion -h ,h is a joint agency of the ZOA and Hadassah .
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+Jenisrfkr*&*n
raPAY, SEPTEMefp
AMERICAN JEWRY AND NEW STATE
to follow Israel, but synagogues
! still use the Polish and the East
European accent. Shall we make a
fea words but nanj oth< pray- change in America?
en for '>:.;;: in .-.. lailj ->
{-.:> Do] prayer books arhich
should be n KU : .K<"nave been presented, pur
thatthe Star Singled BaiUM m : ^,is and aTms are still in a
the projected solution -.. this 0:. :hc s lwC V.KU0 discussion state. These are
mnedi- but a few of the things of which
Conttnaed from Pa$e '.: E
Whereas Americans can have
onlv one national ar.them. and
The role of Zior.ism and Zion-
ista .n American has yet to be
clearlv delineated. While new
an expenditure of $115,000,000, in-
tended, according to Mr. Esrrkol,
to combat inflation and threaten-
Parliament ,h the ^
program
fcims at
'eiopn
taking
problem is thai we retain the
- of Hatikva but chance
some of the words to thai ihej
will represent on Mm part of
Americans merely their prayers
for the welfare of the StaU .
Israel
Jewish '-. lidaj i qo r* -
lr. Israel. Passover and Taber-
s are obcen ed f>
en days, with the Si tod last
days as full holidays An
Jewry, except th< refonr
have an eicht di
with the first rwc and
two daj i I -. .. lays In thai
Bstaace we mighi sdopi tin :>
and Biblical 't
A- American nds .....
>; li in Israel thi
Pa*SO\ : : .S
. gma All ISHM -._-...-
;..; yers ~ i
er the
we should think during this con-
' taapaattvi period of Rosh
Stan ra Aj each question is
Purkuo ". : time and the need to prog-
jare prayere b real 'v-:: ^"r-s others. In helping
>,.-- is si.wly to evolve, we.
atie community, must
not be :: = cna j efKVCra^ the th-.nking of all the
aofaaeaaa .-: cur vast population.'
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Bond Proceeds
tfeece" Saga .
Are Crucial
** "- Pfceaeeaji Dms :-* -e ef Is-
-;; Bcccs ^ iS* United States
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: ,, na T "-** -~~* tf the State's-
^r r-: n*i wcet M accordfats to the prea-1
ttoae ..,--.._ ..... larasjl ataea-
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country 70 percent
ed deflation. The budi3!'Kl|ttt in"fofcjfo- Jndustn
four major items of expenditure: sis will be shifted from
(1) agriculture, irrigation and
settlement; (2) industry; (3> com-
munications; and (4) integration
Of immigrants.
Mr. Eshkol has told Israel's
consu
goods industries to basic
tries, with special attentn,,
to exploitation Cf raw nrlte
in the Negev.
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* lfist-FkrHtor
PAGE 15 E
Vestment Capital Methods In Israel
[tend Private Enterprise Globally
|(C(,,t.r.t,e r, nk Corporation has a
I h8lf interest. The American
Li Sh PPin* C InC *? tU
,-.-.;h:rd of
Urici Shippi"!
fcch own* six cargo ships whose
[l tonM8 exceeds 60.000 tons.
, instance pioneering in
j best
the
Line
Israel
Ltd.
Ifur the .stabhshment of the
te o' Israel in May. 1948. Pal-
r mic Corporation
-.- for establishing
nld produce ijpy
neolite-'type of shoe sole, is in tne
process of establishment, and will
have the American Biltrite Rub-
ber Company, of Chelsea. Massa-
chusetts, and Serafon Resinous
Chemicals Corp. Ltd.. as partici-
pants.
6. The $1,250,000 Israel Fuel
Corporation. Ltd.. plans to refine
and market locally, in increasing
quantities, the oil consumed in
Israel.
7. The $1,000,000 lumber miD
which, among other things, will
manufacture boxes for the ex^..-.
of citrus fruits, the most impor-
11 jr.-
"fT^utt'or'11 export industr>- of the
Palestine
Ine
t"
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?fl':'t..r. currency.
toomk corporation initiated or ^ complete !ist ^ f-^^^
fecipated in wd Uhh made Economic corporation act
Bible .- : "J *w -~--~- ;since the^tate was estabhshei
ar :a. ventures. Qt.-.er rtei are
f .,, Jointlv with th* British con-
T:, S3.00O0M t.re factory- ., p,;^..^
^ General Tin? and Rubber lfcJ n
- a Ohio, which
Ml production of
in the financing of this last group
of buildings and is participating f
m additional buildings totalling
430,000 square feet in Haifa. Na-
thany. Migdal Gad. Naharia,
Afula Ness. Ziona. and Beershe-
ba, within the Government pro-
gram for dispersal of industry
throughout USe country
In June. lfto. the Palestine
Economic Corporation, m a move "
to reactivate the production ot
potash through the Palestine
Potash Company. Ltd. offered to!
the Government of Israel a ne*-
investraer.: of SI. 000.040
In 1951. true to it* tradjtoni.
interest in th* great Ru tenner g
enterprises. Palestine geonan
CccpamiMi ra-...u-<:- -.-.* .zjt^i-
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the generating i |i Nj of Pa.-
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+Jenisi> fk>rk/ian
"^AY, SEPTEMBER
Investment
Capital
^Continued fr Preceding Page
or lessen the r.e id 1 reign ex-
change. It has
introduction : A m lern
machinery and A
how. It has he] .. I *
American bus:.-. J
and non-Jewish, -
strument available foi the pur-
pose.
Palestine E( nor Corporatioi
has always had a Board of Dir
ors which inspired cor
which built up traditions if re-
liability jn.i resp risibility. It
amassed in Israel tried irps
of officers and executiv ; ^re-
sponding with its
tives and responsibilities. The
Board has ever hi tail in -
enterprising spirit, t
fulness and the credit-wi rl
of the individual Jew til c: at-
est natural res f Israel
the Jew himself It salvati n i
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of release I >i the r I i cf
reward for tl -; T re-
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private enterprise must
play .r. Israel w..
recognized.
lr- tl future is in tl past.
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propose.- I .; rwa mil Iful
of the interest its -t
ers. constructive in ts pi 4r.
for Israel, r.on-partisan political-
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none. It will continue to be I
standard-bearer of or vate init
tive and private investment, all
with the motive of enabling Is-
rael to achieve a just, -rand and
adequate economic life.
To the American investor who
desires to participate in the his-
toric development and eon
growth of t.-.e new country
toward that goal. Palestine Eco-
nomic Corporation is the pre-
eminent ready-made instrument.
SIMON SEIDEN
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TS-PpVn"^ YrTo All
0ur Friends and Patrona
Well Ray
Pry Cleaners
525 N.E. 125th STREET
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 84-3086
William Kitsteiner
A Happ"New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
tiolden Pre**
General Printing OHset
Sales Books
Laundry Lists Our Specialty
2918 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 4-2020
GREETINGS
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Iron Shop
Pilasters Railings Doors
Grills
Welding and Blacksmitbing
Phone 87-6424
105 S.W. 57th AVENUE
MIAMI 44. FLORIDA
A. Johnson
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
SWANSON'S
Plaza Delicatessen
Lunch Meats Fancy Groceries
Beer and Win
PHONE 48-9180
2840 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Bernard Swanson, Owner
A Happy New Year To AU
Our Friends and Patrons
Babad's
Sparkling
Seltzer Co.
402 N.W. 6th STREET
Phones 58-2763 82-0789
Home Delivery
CORINNE'S
HOUSE OE NEEDLECRAFT
7969 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Little River Arcade
Telephone 84-3209
Beaded Bag Supplies. Beads
and Trimmings Knitting
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| Free Instruction All Samples
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GREETINGS
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STORES
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Aluminum and Bronze Windows
Screens Venetian Blind Guides
Window Replacements
Maintenance
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HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Dial 88-4563
A. *. New Year 5713 b^ins. *% gJJ, VSUS^S^^TS^&^i
under the impact of ^menc.n mT..tment. ttrough in ^ ^ Mf) ht ,
Bond drive fund, are *k,%^bl' 'X 4 OOJ.00O ton, of cargo a year. Modern method, are
capacity wiU increase from 1.300.000 tons to ***"""' h.rvesting equipment (top row. center).
STUM to agriculture. .. m the us. of ^"'^e^^xHtoTrow. right), built with the
The new .uptrphosphate plant of <"* jSk vitally necessary to the country's farms. New
3d ol the Israel Bond drive, is *" ** Mmf constructed to provide home, for hun-
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Bonds Make Israel's economy
The e~d oi II'- "- jj "- "^^X^WSTl
pnqtam. Ther. to aR **ttL*22 22KX- achievement, alone.
irf. pat but o .tat. canJ^"*^ ToZ demand that farael expres* tortf to**Y
Th. exigencle. of a modem. *" ~ survlve ^ooq the .tresses and strain.
commercial teen-. B the *ou^ *T^a ofl the a^r^ve hostility of It. ieudal neigh-
a .U. nation.. H II to """Z** iatSenXXate thaTwill be a model of
bos,, tora.1 miurt establtoh a ^,*^ g ^SSRS torael Bond U.ue floated in
technical abUtty for ^^""^^ita making thto goal a reaHty. Th.
S United State, ta, to-- J^Jt3^TSJi 55<* tor-5 program design-
followtog page, porter/ to ptCteH*._* ^ ^^ ld#als <, whow ban-
d to achieve economic independence wmc ] ntr the War of Liberation wa. .ucceeafulry waged in 1949.
A Happy New Year To All
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1682 ALTON ROAD
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Phone 5-1403
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To All .
A Most Happy New Year
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Mechanical Engineering
Machine Shop
PLASTIC MOULDINGS
1^ HX FIRST AVENUE
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TEL 341533
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OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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Sportswear
Makers of
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1415 NIL 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 82-7902
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ,
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Central Press, Inc.
Established 1919
Fine Printing
We Satisfy the Most Critical
108 N.W. 1st AVENUE
PHONE 3-7611
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
MODERN MFG. CO.
All Aluminum Awning Shutters
2287 N.W. 5th AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 9-2134
TO ALL .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Charles Reed
MIAMI SANITORIUM
and Neurology Institute
Fc: Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Nervous Disorders.
Alcoholism and Drug Habituation
NORTH MIAMI AVENUE at 79th STREET
Phone 7-1824 Phone 84-5354
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A New
Bon
Year's
d Message
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
-.2 All C':?t FRIENDS AND PATRONS
STEELMAN CATERERS
1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE 83-2826
A HAPPY .::."~ PRC YEAH
:: ALL DUB FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Bruce G. Dodd
Cv.-e: and Operator of
A3 LINE CATERERS and SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO.
PHONES 64-9811 88-4817
To All A Mori Happy New Year
MRS. BESSIE GALBUT AND FAMILY
WASHINGTON SUNDRIES
144 -:h STREET MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
~Z All OUB FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Wieder of California Inc.
Women's Apparel
1433 N.E. MIAMI PLACE
MIAMI
PHONE 3-0555
Sam Wieder
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR*
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
KAUFMAN PRESS
Printing Offset Mimeographing
150 N.E. 3rd STREET
In Rear of Arcade
PHONE 2-3587
Joseph Kaufman
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR'
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Papco Publishing Corp.
Legal Forms Offset Printing
1062 S.W. 1st STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 82-6524
Robert Rousse, Pres.
HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR.
Chairman. Board of Governors, State of Israel Bond Drive
As we enter the High Holy Day season, which marks the
opening of the Year 5713. we can look back on a period of sub-
stantial progress and look forward to one marked by great po-
tentialities for further development.
Throughout the democratic world, the year just ended has
witnessed a new clarity in the objectives for which we are
striving. The forces of freedom
have grown immeasurably
stronger and. far more lmport-
have reached a much high-
gree oi unity than seemed
possible twelve months ago. I
that our twin objectives
democracy and as-
real-
an at any time in
.
In man; of the
'
T
I* ian fi iu
an independent country,
m al-
liance with the free nations of
lobe. It is for this reason
ve, that hundreds of thous-1
ands of Americans Christian)
3nd Jews alike are demon
-trating their faith in the future
A a democratic Israel by invest-
ing in Bonds of the $500,000,000
State of Israel Independence Is-
sue.
That faith in Israel's future
s well placed. In my work with
the Bond drive, I have- had oc-
to visit Israel several
time during the past few years
The contrast between one visit
ind another even though sep-
arated by only a few months
is a revelation. Where formerly
e desolate- areas anc:
: lands, factories and homes
:ng.
New products are coming r,ff
My lines au-
:gerators. radios ar.d
pro-
in Israel or any other Mid-
dli Eastern country. Immigrants
who were homeless, penniless
and unskilled a year ago are
now holding key positions in the
factories of a new nation that is
being created as a result of Is-
rael's historic program of econ-
omic development.
These achievements are being
made possible by the dollars
which Americans are investing
in State of Israel Bonds. The ful-
fillment of Israel's program of
economic growth and its attain-
ment of full-scale economic in-
A Happy New Ytif ^
Mott Specialty
Printers
Multi Color* Dec4!l
Business Forms i^.
1808 N.W. 17ft AVENUE
Phone 82-0228
Walter H. Mott
GREETINGS
Phone 3-911*
GASSONS
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200 N. E. Firit At*.
Miami, Florida
SELECTED FLORIDA RNR&1
JELLIES
MARMALADES
PECANS
Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
dependence, cepend on contin-
ued investment of large sums in
these Bonds.
As the New Year opens. I know
that the Jews of America, acting
in concert with their fellow Am-
ericans of all faiths, will dedi-
cate themselves anew to assist-
ng in Israel's heroic venture in
democracy by supporting the
State of Israel Bond drive. In-
vestment in Israel is an integral
Dart of our country's program of
aid to democratic forces through-
out the w>:ld. Our traditional
wishes for a happy and prosper-
ous Now Y- i wiil take- on added
T.ear.ing as we translate them in-
to concrete action to aid and
strengthen the brave men and
women of the State of Israel.
GREETINGS
Mutual Benefit
Health and Accident!
Association
United Benefit Life
In sum nee Co.
Pan American Bank Bide.
MIAMI, FLA.
GREETINGS
$
CORAL PARK
MARKET
2230 S. W. Red Road
Miami, Florida
Phone 87-0213
Workmen are ahead of sched-
ule in the construction of the key
breakwater in the big Israel
Bond-aided Kishon harbor de-
velopment project, Israel offic-
ials announced this week.
Mr. K. Ruppin, manager of the
development project, said here
that the building of quays is also
ahead of schedule, and that prac-
tically all of the 12-meter steel
pipes have already been set
place.
in
Rubin's
Body and Fender Works
Brtabiishi I 1920
WRECKS REBUILT
TWENTY FOUR HOUR
TOWING SERVICE
Prompt Estimates
TopsSeat Covers Painting
1306 N. E. Bayshcre Csurt
PHONE 2-6611
(MacArthur Causeway)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO FLORIDA JEWRY ------
THOMAS D. BAiLEY
SUPERINTENDENT. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
STATE OF FLORIDA
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR_
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Biscayne Building
19 WEST FLAGLER STREET
PHONE 94319
Mr.. Jaie N. Harmon. Manager
"On the Trad" j
ADLER'S H KOSHER
LIVE POULTRY MARICT j
LOCAL RAISED I
FREE Delirery Ph. M*|
Under Rabbinical Super***
J Wa Sell Retail and Whol'j
to Hotale. Restaurants and j
Butcher Shops. I
1832 S.W. 81h St. j
GREETINGS
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SPAGHETTI HOUSE
PIZZA PIE
Orders to Take Out
291 N.W. 37th Ar*
Phone 48-2356
Opp. Wesi Flagkr Do* Track
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Je*Jstinpr*#w
PAG$3F
| H.PPT N.w Y To AU
0ur Friend, and P^ron.
Star Printing
Service
1331 S.W. 8lh STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-0932
GREETINGS
DOTSON RECAPS
OUTWEAR NEW TIRES
DIAL 9-2446
DOTSON TIRE
CO.
900 S. W. 8th STREET
PALMER'S SUPPLY CO.
Division of Palmer's Roofing Company, Inc., Miami, Florida
1731 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
PHONES: 3-6244 and 3-6243
Everything In Roofing and Sheet Metal
BARRON'S "SELFACTION"
Leakproof and Pressureproof Ventilators and Skylights
Roll Roofing, Composition Shingles, Asphalt-Pitch, Plastic Cement
Asbestos Shingles Siding
Roofing Tile of Clay and Cement
TO ALL GREETINGS
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 3-8445
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Shows The Detieaey Of Wave* Art

TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
At kins Sundries
Store
744 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-9691
TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Black and Red
Transport
Company
221 N.W. 26th STREET
Phone 9-2276
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
A<*ine Cabinet
Shops
400 N.W. 24th STREET
Phone 9-6197
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
Plan 1lathes of
Miami In v.
Visitor, admire a textile display at the Israel Exposition in
New York. Hundreds of products showing Israel s economic prog-
J2T make up the exhibit: sponsored by the State of Israel Bonds,
at air-conditioned showroom, in New York'. Rockefeller Plaxa.
The Exposition will lour principal American cities later.
Israel Re-visited:
A Year's Growth
nationally'recognized one of Africa's outstan***
women Formerly national president of Hadassah, which she
seS'with rare distinction. Mrs. Epstein's el<*uee-.0W?-
tianal ability and striking intellect have made her or* of the not-
wL fiau&s on the American scene. The success of the Women s
ganizational ability.,)
By JUDITH EPSTEIN
National Chairman, Women in BIG
Although I have been to Israel many times, no visit was
ever as rewarding as the one from which I have ,ust returned.
Unprepared for the sight of waving fields of barley and wheat
jus? above Beersheba being harvested by the huge Massey-
Harris machines from America, I found ft had to remember
that this was not prairie land in Mid-West Amenca but erst-
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
CERTIFIED YORK CORP.
AIR CONDITIONING
AND REFRIGERATION
304 N.E. 79th STREET. MIAMI
PHONE 84-7534
MR? and MRS. HERMAN GOLDBERGER
of the
Normandy Isle Kosher Market
1171 71st Street, Miami Beach Phone 86-6551
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
To All Their Customers and Friends ____
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OL'R FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Donald
Printing Co.
"WE PRINT TO PLEASE"
Quality Service and Price
30 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-6772
Ernest Goldman
while desert in the Middle East
which for hundreds of years had
been allowed to lie sterile and
arid.
Today, with the aid of the mag-
nificent agricultural machinery
from America, purchased with
the precious dollar, Israel was
once again becoming a fruitful
land.
Due to the kindness and court-
esy of the Israel Bond office in
Jerusalem, I was able to travel
by car, jeep and plane, making a
sweeping tour of the young re-
public's industry, whose expan-
sion is being aided by Israel Bond
investments. Perhaps the sight of
factory buildings in Beersheba
was the most amazing. My mind
went back to the sleepy town of
streets, the stately minaret in the
center from which one could look
out over vast expanses of empti-
ness.
Today, Beersheba is a thriving
town of over 20,000 people, whose
Mayor has already staked out
the park that is to be, the medi-
cal center and the industrial zone.
(Continued on Next Page)
A Happy New Ytar To All
Our Friends and Patrons
*a I iii la ml
Printers
1934-36 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 82-4138
Edward Greenberg, Mar.
To AU Our Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
MR. and MRS. SAM FUTERFAS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ALAMO FRIED CHICKEN
Delicioue Golden Brown
2616 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-9409
CORAL GABLES
Mrs. Carolyn Callahan
"X HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BROWER PRESS
Printing and Office Supplies
Mimeographing Engraving Rubber Stamps
Delivery Service
12365 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI
PHONE 84-2517
Kenneth C. Brower
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Sol Walker & Co.
280 LUDLUM DRIVE
OF MIAMI
Scrap Metals
Phone 88-4682
MIAMI SPRINGS
BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING YEAR
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Martin's Provisions, Inc.
Fatuous for our Corued Beef
1160 N.W. 21st Terrace Phone 9-1697


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19>
# A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Windsor Jalousie Awning &
Shatter to.. Inc.
2920 CORAL WAY
FREE ESTIMATES
Phones 48-7586 4-5853
Glass Jalousie Windows and DoorsHurricane Shutters
To All A Most Happy New Year
FOR YOUR PROTECTION
K 9 Patrol Kennedy Detective Agency
P. O. Box 2522 Miami 15, Fla.
Phone 3-8842
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HUGH PETERS
YOUR DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
Physicians & Surgeons Laboratory
337 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-0287
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 NX. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
To Alt...
.4 Most
Happy \ew Year
CAROLINA
FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP.
DIRECT TRUCK SERVICE OF GENERAL COMMODITIES
TO AND FROM:
RHODE ISLAND CONNECTICUT MASSACHUSETTS
NEW YORK NEW JERSEY MARYLAND
PENNSYLVANIA
TO AND FROM FLORIDA
DIAL 64-3287
2501 N.W. 38th STREET MIAMI
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Associated Artists
Artists' Suppli**
Miami Art Sehooi
Two and Three Year Courses in Fine and Commercial Art
1822 BBCAYNE BLVD.
PHONES 3-3562 9-9622
ISRAEL REVISITED: II YEAR'S GROWTH
'Continued from Preceding Pc.ee)
This last project is not a dream
but a reality. I went through an
almost completed ceramics fac-
tory. Soon, crockery, wash basins,
wash rooms, stationary' wash tubs,
all desperately needed by the
ever-growing population, would
be provided on the spot and from
raw material coming from the
Machtesh. the b:g crater in the
Negev near where clay and other
resources were being dug from
the earth.
To see the source of this new
raw material my guide arranged
for me to travel by jeep over the
bumpy eight miles along the oil
road "constructed by the British
In the midst of the beautiful
desert, a miniature Grand Can-
yon, we came upon the new min-
ing operation supervised by a
British engineer. No one has
gauged the natural wealth that
lies in these chalky and sandy-
hills, but already sand is being
mired for the glass industry, Kae-
lin for the crockery and ceramic
industry.
Further along the road, deeper
.n the wilderness, is the mining
operation for potash, now being
used in the great factory of Fer-
tilizers and Chemicals in Haifa.
Fertilizers and Chemicals are
working on the scientific asser-
tion that lands can remain fertile
only if they are nourished and re-
invigorated with important chem-
icals. Israel is producing those
urgently needed chemicals from
the -Negev. importing only one
item from Greece.
It is r.ot difficult to understand
what this meanshow the in-
creased fertility of the land in-
creases the food supply, thus de-
creasing dollar imports for the
first essential of any landfood.
It was good to know that twen-
tieth century knowledge and
science have been harnessed by
Israel with money from Bonds to
make a good life for the people
living in the land.
No one interested in the grow
xg industries of Israel fails to
see the Kaiser-Frazer plant. Here.
on modern assembly lines with
machinery brought from America,
the smart, efficient, durable car
produced at Willow Run, is re-
produced in Israel, which- is be-
ginning to make some1 of the
parts. The safety glass will be
made by Phoenecia. The tires will
be provided by General Tire and
by Alliance Tire. Ttie plastic ma-
terials are being produced in a
new factory in Kehobeth. Slowly,
the parts that are now purchased
with dollars will be produced in
Israel, giving work to many and
narrowing the gap between ex-
perts and imports.
From Haifa, we joumed to Mig-
dal-Gad to see the huge pipe fac-
tory, set up by a New Jersey
firm. Here are produced the enor-
mous pipes that are carrying the
water from the north, where it is
plentiful, to the south, where it
is so desperately needed. That is
Mrs. Judith Epstein
the secret of the waving wheat
and barley in the Negevthe
precious water carried by the
pipes that give life and nourish-
ment to an old land.
No one in Israel makes the mis-
take of underestimating the pres-
ent economic crisis. On the other
hand, r.o one underestimates the
potentialities of the future. It is
all there, the people, the resourc-
es, the initiative, the ability to
make of this land a proud and
happy place for the people now in
the land and the hundreds of
thousands yet to come.
It is for us in America to have
the same faith and understanding
and to help bridge this difficult
moment with the dollars which
can make the future bright. This
is what must be brought home to
the potential subscribers of
Bonds. Everyone should feel it is
his personal responsibility to par-
ticipate in this great adventure by
buying an Israel Bond and help-
ing to turn the present difficul-
ties into the promise of a bright
future.
The American Jewish com-
munity is privileged to be able
lo invest in Israel's future. In the
twelve to fifteen years in which
the Bonds will mature, a Bond
subscriber will have not only the
satisfaction of a return of his
money with interest, but the deep
spiritual joy of knowing that he
has brought about a modern mir-
aclethe revitalization and re-
birth of an old new land, a sym-
bol for the Jews all over the
world and a shining hope of a
better world for all peoples for
whom freedom from want means
freedom from fear.
A HAPPY AMD PROSPEROUS HEW YEAR
to the officers, members, parents and pupils, and to all who help
maintain the Hebrew Academy; also to all my friends
wherever they may be
EOLMAN LURIA
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
BISCAYNE BAR and RESTAURANT
Miami h Finest
(Downtown)
23 NX. 1st AVENUE
MIAMI
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND ?ArRo^
Margaret Wearing
Apparel Inc.
FASHION MART BLDG.
MIAMI
Phone 2-0191
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO AU
OUR FRIEHDS AND PATJto.\s
Ponce de Leon Glass
& Mirror Studio
1516 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-6266
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Dorothy Ann's
Resort Wear
136 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2429
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SCHAAF PRESERVING
CO.. Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Louannc of Miami
Women's Apparel
3544 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 9-8559
Louis Ross
A Happy and Prosperous New
Year To All Our Friends
Mr. and Mrs.
Tobias Sussman
formerly of
SUSSMAN DRESS CORP-
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Marks Atlantic
Service Station
Tires Batteries
Lubrication Specialists
N.W. 5h STREET
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
ffl
is Clean*"*8
Ine.
3454 lf.W. m AVENUE
MIAMI
. Phone 2-5701

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>. i psmAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1952
vJewistflcrfdtoxn
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A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
JuR FR/ENDS AND PATRONS
Surf side
Beauty Salon
For Distinctive Individual
Coiffures
9521 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE
Phone 86-5268
Miss Grace Miss Jean
A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL
Ol-R FRIENDS AND PATRONS,
Terminix
Service, Inc.
2160 N.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 9-8486
H. O. Earnest
World's Largest in
Termite Control
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Jolan's Beauty
Shop
642 6th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7928
Ira Gottfried
GREETINGS
. G. Wilson
Refrigeration Service and
Installation
Phone 88-1723
2984 E. 6th AVENUE
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
from
The Platt Family
A HAPPY HEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Southland Fashions
3930 N. MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 84-6741
Jack Sadofi
GREETINGS TO ALL
Otis and Charles Cnrry
Curry's Friendly
Service Station
1990 N.W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE 64-9106
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
1
R. T, Jeffries
or
Florida East Coast Railway
And The Achievement Ot Precision .
A HAPPY NEW TEAR -TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Lee Printing Co.
4905 N.W. I7!h AVENUE
MUM
Pnone 84-4819
Foster AS Scharber "
Precision instruments rereal Israel's ability to turn out delicate
industrial and scientific products. Some 3.000 of such Israel-made
items will aeon tour the United States.
A Bond Benediction
"There is a special benediction
in Bond-selling activities con-
ducted in our houses of worship,"
Israel's Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi
Herzog said recently in urging
full support of the special High
Holy Day sales efforts being con-
ducted in American Synagogues
in behalf of the $500,000,000
State of Israel Bond drive.
Rabbi Herzog was joined in ex-
pressing this view by a number
of other important religious lead-
ers, including Israel's Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ben Zion Uzziel,
Rabbi Judah L. Maimon, Israel's
first Minister of Religion, and
the late David Zvi Pinkas, who
was Israel's Minister of Com-
munications and an outstanding
leader in the religious Zionist
movement
"I call upon all my brethren
assembled in American Syna-
gogues during the High Holy
Days." Rabbi Herzog's statement
emphasized, "to open their hearts
and their hands and pledge them-
selves to purchase ever more In-
dependence Bonds of the State
of Israel."
In his message, Rabbi Uzziel
urged American Jews to "pur-
chase the Bonds of the State of
Israel ... I call upon our broth-
ers and sisters everywhere, upon
the lay and Rabbinic leaders of
our people in particular," he
stressed, "to continue their ac-
tivities towards rebuilding the
House trf Israel and the State of
Israel."
In his statement, prepared
shortly before his death a few
weeks ago, Minister of Commun-
ications Pinkas said:
"The prime duty of Jews ev-
erywhere at this time towards
the people of Israel can be ful-
filled through generous purchase
of Israel Independence Bonds.
Our ancient sages declared that
there can be no study of the
Torah without physical susten-
ance. Those who, by their pur-
chases of Bonds, contribute today
to the economic independence of
the Land of Israel, thereby also
once more lift up the banner of
the Torah."
Rabbi Maimon's statement em-
phasized that "now that we have
attained our goal of a Jewish
State, no Jew may withhold his
help."
Synagogues throughout the
United States are responding to
the appeals of these religious
leaders. Reports from commun-
ities in all parts of the country
indicate that increasing numbers
of American Jewish congrega-
tions ar participating in the
High Holy Day sales effort in
ot-naif ot ihe Israel Bond drive.

HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL -CBOWN COLA
Best By Ten* Test
NEHI BOTTLING CO
538 N.W. 24th Street
Phone 3-6287
AHAPPY
NEW YEAR
MURPHY V MILLS
Corporation
PITBOCE3-4 ROCISCREENINGS
FILLPEA ROCK MASON SAND
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
:
Fred B. Hartnett
2836 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Superior Septic Tank Co., Inc.
EXPERIENCED SINCE 1925
REPAIRS AND PUMPOUTS A SPECIALTY
936 N. W. 71st Street Miami. Fa. PH. 7-3220
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
INGMAN MOTORS, INC.
DeSOTO AND PLYMOUTH
"Factory Trained Mechanics"
1864 S. W. 8th Street Phone 82-7571
2601 N. W. 754b *ree
Phooe 8*2521
Holiday Greetings To All
PERSONNEL SCREENING, INC.
CLAUDE C. HIGH, President
"Knowledge is a Safeguard"
Private Investigations and Screening Service
266 Giralda Ave. Phone 83-4208
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JOHN JONES, INC.
YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER
2050 N. Miami Avenue
1. W. Baro Family
Holiday Greetings
To All
DANTE B. FASCELL
"Your State Representative"
157 Miracle Mile Coral Gables
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
f
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
MR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF and
FAMILY and DONALD BERKOWITZ


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HZ'JZA'z SrZTT^'C-S
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I<:de Cc~*y Ccur Hc\ise. Miami Florida
'41
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f
American Tourist
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5. FTTH MEYEP
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^w fc hosjsc Ac S .' s i^TCTiCOly dad who pals junior
^Momak :oBmqt toozz,z :e-es : -sna aoo out in coDege
-we*dj =l: ke*ng crer _-.-: --.:.-.. expense sheet.
'':- e -.rsK. than see _n Israel cTs the He kzdy who punches
' --r -.-. .ce -z zz.i z ?re*k "c r.e.z i-rby hurdle his s"ud-
&i -~z -r_-_c -- s.-.eessinn ~ rrrsdu^tion time.
A- :_zabeV
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Perots or.; ":.;-;;
KoHmt
Bro*.
?EWETTAH EUKCS
2100 H.W. 13th AVENUE
3*641
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
County C-o-r* House. M.-r-: Fie.
srffenfty-s).'.- t I
M she's played tin

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is '.re of the more
A KAJC-Y HOLIDAY
'tt M .'?' FE ', f /I'ltP '.i
Iwm *v4 CwugUt. Tnelma awd Bee Grenald
The Modcrm* Pharmaev
"ADt COItDtTlCMZD"
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED
FXWEST IMPORTED PERTUMES STOCCED
EETTER COSMETIC LIKES REPRESENTED
111 4lu Sfr! Miami B*t. Fie.
FOP. READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 48-2060
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
2200 S. W. 31st Avenue. Miami. Florida
fOM W0> .'.'--'. '.' Ij r-. rfiUlUBUUJ
FRANK S. WUELEER. President
dle-aislmg it to the tune-
ns of Lohengrin.
> for pretty Martha Elian.
Jem laboratory technician
the young re-
rr. a.-.;.- new creations a
-.-.f.*- microscopic once-over before
Ehzabet- if one of the more *** *re approved for mass pro-
than 3M workers employed at the *** as part of the country's
new Jerusalem Shoe Factory, or* "**1 awakening.
I string of new industr.es Hardly a newlywed in the US ]
springing up here and housed in Ior elsewhere can recall as roman-i
Imod -rturej erected with c or difficult a courtship as ex
DM -. i -.1 Urn $500 090.000 State penenced by Martha and her fi-'
'A L>.-*-: Bsssl Drrve. jance For four years the young
The sssw factory in wh.cr upie was faced with the dismal
bed fellow workers are I choice of postponing their mar-
i the last word in mod- : riage. The>- wisely chose to put
em dratgM .A comfort. Air-con- 'off the date at the alter until
1 ;r.d especially construct- *"'-- safe arnval in Israel three
-. -.:rr.inate urmecessiry rr'.- ''-'=': afh
snahkj out thousands of I The couple's difficulties sira-
hSi MbbI week, thejmered down to tr.is: Three dec-
wo-story telory includes ades ago. the little town m which
A Happy Mr* Year To All
Our Friends and Patron,
Pioneer
(iarauc
232 N.W. 26th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-*512
Bill Presslev
"
MArsfmzr
%
,
mit*CUAL lAllf l.fU*PR.4l-4IM
ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Florida I pholNtery Supply Co.
EI4 N. E. First Avenue Phones: 9-3431. 9-3432
... wishes vou a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
1300 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 9-5411
nte.-ded to save Eliz-
he other workers the
'. returning home for
Eiiza-y-t.-. and her husband fled
r.at.vi
Bulgaria, to come to brad and
tart rived, her
29-yeai old husband served a
hitch in the army, tbea returned
> up the medical studies he
was forced to abandon in the
Red-ruied Balkans.
By working in one of the young
republic's chain of new indus-
tries, Elizabeth enables her hus-
band to spend a.-, uninterrupted
day with his instructors and
books at medical school.
"My proudest day will corr.c.
the- little woman said, "when Jo-
v-ph is a doctor.'' There was a
twinkle in her eye. a newly-pro-
"> shoe in her hand.
MARTHA ELIAN .
Tens of thousands of young
throughout the US last
June took what is Jokingly re-
ferred to .'. the plunge" and in
getting married helped keep alive
' tradition of the
blushing June Bride.
Wol .. .,
. etting the ..room.
Hunting up a troui i bu th<- No 1
hi
the proce
was quite routine: a
Bimple application at the mar-
r^e license bureau, InviUtioni
they were born, hop-scotched be-
tween the border of Roumania
and Hungary. First it was con-
red part of Roumania. then
part of Hungary.
Came the conquering Commis-
sars with the war's end and the
hamlet was ruled to be, after all.
a part of Roumania. By this time,
Martha and her fiancethey
wen close friends at the time^
had skipped into Hungary to seek
an education as technicians in
Budapest.
When Martha had succumed to
her fiance's proposal, the couple
realized their dilemma. Marriage
requ;red birth certificates. To re-
turn to their home town and the
necessary papers meant risking
almost certain imprisonment for
having -illegally'' crossed the
border ir.to Hungary. On the
other hand, to declare their place
of origin and seek permission
from Hungarian authorities to
wed. held the gloomy prospect
of almost certain interruption of
rtudies, probably deportation to
Roumania and likely separation.
They decided to keep silent.
With their first opportunity, the
couple embarked for Israel where
' ere married.
Now hubby is entered in a med-
ical school and Martha's keen eve
;.nd technical know-how go into
th< I BSeless search for perfec-
tion in production of a variety of
'('(ntinued on Page 8 Fi
A Happy Hew Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Filer Eqnipmeit
Co.
329 ALMERIA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 4-9666
Frank E. Filer
A HAPPY HW TEAR 70 All
OUR FRIEXDS A\D PATRON
June's Beauty
Salon
BEAUTIFUL HAIR STYLING
1672 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 58-1912
Mr. and Mrs. Laurelli
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
lion Ma rehe Cleaner*
m^Mu, c -_ MAX UREENWALU
1274 N.W. 62nd STREET
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Sonimer* Herbert
ln'.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
127 N.W. 2nd STREET
MIAMI
Phone 82-3394
A. I. Sommers
PHONE 7-0641
TO ALL .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PRESTON B. BIRD
Your Dade County Commissi
oner
'
GREETINGS
VINCENT
DI CAMILLO
General Contractor
- and Builder
Builder of Better Homes
Phonos 82-6962 87-6695
1168 S.W. 1st STREET
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA


Ay SEPTEMBER 19. 1952
*Jenisti ncrM&n
PAGE 7P
*
nUB MANY FRIENDS
te EXTEND BEST WISHES
|,rA HAPPY NEW YEAR
lark B- Parker
Sales Co.
TOM'S TOASTED
PEANUTS"
Distributor
Candies and
Peanut Butter Sendwichea,
Potato Chips
RICCIO'S
Ion the 79th Street Causeway
"NEW" Blue Grass
Room Lounge
Open 'Til 5 A.M.
Plune 7-9555
GREETINGS
TO ALL
I JUDGE MARSHALL C.
WISEHEART
CIRCUIT COURT
Dade County Court House
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
\vv-l -Drive, Inc.
1C31 5th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7029
Samuel Feingold
SEASONS GREETINGS
Superior Sheet Metal
Works
830 N. Miami Arenue
PHONE 3-3163
A Hippy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Edifth'H
II iv Cleaners
2715 N.W. 79th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 89-6916
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Advance
Press, Inc.
CREATIVE PRINTERS
152 S.W. Ut STREET
MIAMI
Phone 2-6014
A. B. Carter, Pres.

To All ... A Most Happy New Year
PHONE 88-1486
WESTBROOK MOTORS
Wrecker Service Expert Body and Fender Repairing
Painting and Glass Work Mechanical Work
1759 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
The Sili trsmiih Maken Homeware
HAPPY HEW YEAR
Tin- Hnntington llletlical Building
For Office Space
Please Call Building
Manager3-2330
/ MALTOftS
AGENTS
A HAPPY \EW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIEHDS AND PATRONS
Biscayne Terrace
Heauty Salon
340 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI
Phone 82-5944
Joy Stanton, Prop.
SINCERE WISH2S 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
Even silverware is now being produced in Israel as part of the
expansion of all elements of the country's economy. The current
expansion of Israel's industries is a result of American invest-
ments through the $500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Shown
above is a workman plating silver spoons at the Michsaf plant.
New Year: A
Look Forward
In accordance with hallowed traditions, the High Holy Days are
an occasion for all to take stock of the spiritual and material changes
that have taken place in men's lives, as Jews and as Americans,
during the Year 5712. It is only natural, while one utilizes the Rosh
Hashona season to reasses both failures and progress during the 12
months that have come to a close, that or.e should also feel a spec-
ial sense of kinship at this time with the Jewish pioneers of Israel
whose lives have been so arduous and trying.
The people of Israel are not looking back during the Holy Days;
rather, they are looking forward with confidence to what the year
5713 will bring. Judging by the remarkable economic progress that
has been made in Israel since the inception of the State of Israel
Independence Bond drive last year, together with the discovery of
rich mineral resources through explorations financed by Bond dol-
lars, the builders of the young nation have every right to face the
New Year with confidence.
One of the greatest assets, whose worth has become apparent
during the past year, is the firm partnership with American Jewry
that has been forged through the Israel Bond Issue. The demon-
stration of American confidence in Israel's economic future that
has been evidenced by investment in the Bond Drive has given the
people of Israel renewed assurance that American participation in
their ambitious planning will continue during the year that lies
ahead.
American Jewry can take justified pride in the accomplish-
ments that its participation in Israel's economic progress has made
possible during the past year. But, like the people of Israel, it must
look forward as well as backward. It is no exaggeration to say that
the fate of Jews in Israel hinges on the extent to which American
Jewry is willing to accept its responsibilities as partners in the his-
toric struggle for the economic independence of Israel.
Let all face the year 5713 with humility and modesty, but with
confidence that they shall be able to enlarge the scope of the great-
est single task that has ever faced themthe maintenance of an
increasing flow of investment capital to the builders of Israel by
their purchases of Israel Bonds.
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
CHARLES W. HALE, SR.
COMMERCIAL CASUALTY INSURANCE CO.
2012 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
Dade-Commonweal th Bldg.
139 NE. let STREET
MIAMI
Phone 9-5609 Quenttn Lambert Mar.
clones & Son
AUTHORIZED THERMO-KING SERVICE
24-Hour Service
1335 N. W. 21st Street
Phones 82-3305 64-5659
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Miami Beach Awning Co.
Bert J. Reilly, Owner H. F. (Tex) Goodman. Manager
SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND
FOR HOME OR BUSINESS
1125 Fifth Stiet Phone 5-7345 Miami Beach
Happy Holiday Greetings from Myer Friedman
and the Entire Staff oi ^a.jk
Z=^
ay on
HOTEL
POOL CASANA ClUB
A rUll BIOCK ON TNI OCIAN MOM 31nd TO 33rd %V%.
MIAMI BEACH
(OMrllTIlT AIR CONDITION!*
THE WORLD'S FINEST
GREETINGS
DRAKE A DRAKE
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
3825 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 7-2021
HURRICANE SALES CO.
WHOLESALE It COMMISSION
YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS
General Manager 7U7 N.Wi 5th Court
WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON phone ^.^ Box 1M5
Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue
Phone 48-1631
Miami. Florida
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. 27tn Avenue
BEST WISHES TO ALL
WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES
THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU
2025 West Flagler Street
1245 S. W. 22nd Street
29- State Highway. South Miami


PAGE 8 F


TMBftX; SEPTEMBER
w.U*.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Hildreth Printing Service
Commercial Printing
34 E. NINTH STREET
H1ALEAH
PHONE 88-7621
M. William Hildreth

A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Meyers of Miami
Woman's Apparel
AT OUR NEW ADDRESS: 5 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 3-1637
Sam Meyers Harold S. Meyers

A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Mel Warshaw Inc.
JAY ORIGINALS
2031 N.W. 1st COURT
PHONE 9-5614
MIAMI
Mel Warshaw
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREEMAC PRINTERS
COMMERCIAL PRINTING LETTER PRESS
AND LITHOGRAPHERS
QUALITY PLUS SERVICE
613 N.E 1st AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 9 9009
John Bieda
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Shoreland Building
119 Z. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 82-4661
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Aviation Building Properties
3240 N.W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE 64-7363
Best Wishes
from
Dairy Queen Stores
M I A M I
'The Cone with the Curt on Top"
TO ALL .
'A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HELENE POLKA'S
JUNGLE CLUB
N.W. 36th STREET AT 37m AVENUE
LIKE A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
You too will enjoy a broesy show
And Sew Citizen. New Life For AU
A young immigrant from Hungary, who arrived in Israel lest
than two years ago without any industrial experience, has been
trained to hold a highly skilled job at the Hakohav diamond
cutting plant in Tel Ativ. Many of Israel's new plants and shops
are being aided by the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue.
This young girl has just recently received her training at dia-
mond polishing and is now one of the plant's most rallied work-
ers. Funds derived from American subscriptions, to Israel Bonds
are helping to build numerous such installations which offer Job
opportunities aad a chance to learn a trade to tens of thousands
ot newcomers to Israel.
LETTER FROM AN AMERICAN TOURIST
(Continued from Page 6 F)
the new items rolling off assem-
bly lines whose constant expan-
sion is a tribute to the hundreds
of thousands of Israel Bond in-
vestors in the United States.
ESTHER MASHMOOR .
For internment behind the
barbed wire fences of a Jap pris-
on camp tucked away in a swel-
tering corner of Java's jungles, to
inspecting sparkling shoes rolling
oif an assembly plant in the com-
fort of an air-conditioned Jeru-
salem factory: that's Esther
Mashmoor's story.
Twentyyear-old Esther arrived
in Israel from Singapore in 1950.
With a good knowledge ,of He-
brew added to a linguistic treas-
ure chest that includes Dutch,
English, Arabic and a mere dozen
or so Malayan dialects, Esther
went to work several months ago
at the Jerusalem Shoe Factory,
one of a host of new industries
thriving in what was not so long
ago ancient Jerusalem.
One of the four erstwhile Ja-
vanese employed at the shoe
factory. Esther's job centers
about giving the finished product
a carefully going over before it's
placed on the market here.
JUST PLAIN JUDY ...
The soothing swish of a train-
ed artist's brush or the spitting
hiss of a welder's torch responded
to command with equal ease and
familiarity in the hands ef a
pretty young Sabra engaged in
lending Israel's industry a help-
ing hand.
Like many of Israel's working
housewives, attractive Yehudit
Gillshe's just plain "Judy" to
her Army Reserve Officer hus-
bandshares her day beween the
kitchen of the couple's cozy three
roomed flat and one of the many
new Jerusalem factories spring-
ing up in the ancient city. In
Judy's department at a large pis-
ton factory in the Holy City, vital
parts are welded together to pro-
duce a key product in the young
republic's Israel Bond-aided pro-
gram of winning economic inde-
pendence with the tools for mod-
ern industry.
Whenever free time permits,
Judy places aside her mechanical
torch for an artist's brush to cap-
t u r e Jerusalem's picturesque
landscapes. She's been doodling,
drawing and painting since 10.
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
AUCIA CARVELL
REAL ESTATE
7231 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI. FLA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Eastman Shutter Co.
1071 EAST 52nd STREET
HIALEAH
Wo Manufacture the only All Aluminum Slide-on
PHONE n 9983
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY
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Sealptare Studio
127S5 N.E. 14th Are.
Phone 78-1403
GREETINGS
Caroline A.
Walbek
REALTOR
1950 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 4-4896
Spociahst in Homes for Yon
Mr. and Mrs.
George Goldberg
Owners of the
South Seas Hotel
Extend Season's
Greetings To All
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MARTIVS
DRUG STORK
7070 Collins Areswe
. / PHONE a-2040


fcpjDAY. SEMI
Jo AH Our Friends and Patron,
Charm House
Beauty Salon
2109 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
Phone 48-6117
Nicholas Alexander
A Happy New Year TO All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fred The Fruit
Shipper
538 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 5-3033
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A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
State Wide ,
Exterminating Co.
E s t 19 3 4
7662 N.W. 17th PLACE
MIAMI
Phone 84-3242
A. V. Burchfield
Tc All ... A Happy
New Year
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AWNING
COMPANY
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Canopies. Tarpaulins,
Lawn Umbrellas *
Lawn and Beach Equipment
Recovered
7927 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 78-2514
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
Louis 1u bill an
BIRD SHOP PETS
34 NX. 40th STREET
A Happy and Prosperous
N.w Year To All Our
Friends and Patrons
Mai Marshall
Commerce Drives The in ml Ahead ..
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
John II. Reid
I BUILDERS OF SMALL BOATS
REPAIRS
4101 AURORA STREET
Phone 48-4123
A H*rr> and Prcwperou, Hew Tear
To All Our Friend, and Patron,
Dudley & Farthing
PRINTERS
820 5U, STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 584508
1852-53
laron nun mvi
5713 rwn
or r.ilr
.Kay the coming year briny you and yours
all the blessings of peace, health,
joy and happiness
Rosner's Hotel Good
On the Ocean at 43rd St.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner
and Family
A Most Happy
New Year
To All
JACK C. BINKLEY
CONTRACTOR
1737 11th STREET
MIAMI
With the aid of dollars provided through the $500,000,000 State
of Israel Bond Issue, the young democracy is prepared to meet
an Increasing proportion of Us own needs during the New Year
5713, with the products of its factories and shops. At the El Al
repair base at Lydda Airport (left), planes of Israel's national
airline an given complete servicing. Rayon is drawn (right) at
the Sacksonia Spinning Mills at Bnei Beralc With continued
American investment in its economy through Israel Bonds, the
cour.try will speedily achieve complete self-sufficiency.
An Investment
In US Security
By Former Ambassador to Israel, James G. McDonald
The success of the Israel Bond Issue is important to the
whole democratic world. The investment of $500,000,000 in the
basic economy of Israel will so strengthen it that even Arab
extremists will have to abandon their present policy of non-
recognition and of non-intercourse as a means of destroying the
new State. Once the unpalatable fact of Israel's permanency
is borne in upon the Arab cap-
To My Many Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year
MRS. HELEN BOND
Perf3et Corset Shop
1755 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 9-9837
itals, the next vital step, the es-
tablishment of normal trade and
political relations between Israel
and its Arab neighbors become
possible, indeed inevitable.
Then and then only will na-
tional and individual self-interest
overcome the intransigence of
Arab leaders and compel theni to
The purchase of Israel Bonds
is an investment in United States
security. A glance at the map of
Eastern Europe, Western Asia
and Northern Africa reminds us
that for millenia Palestine was a
strategic area which in our own
day has 'become even more stra
ftrac leauera ana unu|m mc.i **ay .. ~~------~ --- ----
cooperate with Israel. But ft can- tegic. Now, Israel is not only at
not be too strongly emphasized
that no step in the direction of
President Harry Truman's goal,
permanent Israel-Arab peace, can
be taken until Israel has become
so strong that the continuance
of the Arab boycott will be seen
by all to be a futile and defeatist
gesture. The victorious comple-
tion of the Israel Bond Drive will
thus clear the way for Middle
Eastern peace.
the crossroads of three contin-
ents, it is also within easy bomb-
ing range of the largest known
oil deposits in the whole world
those in Iran, Iraq, the Persian
Gulf and Saudi Arabia.
Moreover, within Israel's fron:
tiers are some of the largest and
most modern Middle Eastern air
fields capable of receiving the
largest bomber planes. No won-
(Contmued on Next Page)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. AND MRS DAVID STUZIN
TO ALL...
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Associated Elevator & Supply Company
John South wood
SOt H.W. ** STREET
MIAML FLORIDA
48-5SOT
TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates
DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Universal Chemical Mfg. Co.
Bring Your Chemical Problems To Us
2780 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
from
PAUL E.
HELLIWELL
':
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
CENTRA!
HOOFING & SUPPLY CO.,
hie. k
15400 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
North Miami Beach. Florida Phones 816-2341. 816-5761
,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
GR EETINGS
WUliam "Bill" Reddish Service Station
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Compute Service "With Smile'jf
2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET "On the Trail" PHONE 3-93SS
_____________:--------------------------------
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. MAX SINGER and FAMILY
ANDREA and JIMMY
2201 S.W. 27th TERRACE A MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
1,(11 ELECTRIC SERVICE
3529 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 34113
Forging Ol Jrirn A Homeland ..
GREETINGS
Hibiscus Baking Company
'Formerly Giecson's
PIES CAKES-PASTRIES
1732 S.W. 3th STREET
3-6717 PHONES 9-5087
A. C. ALLER. President and General Mancaer
-<> a:... ::ost happy new year
Mr. etc! Mrs. Abe Greenfield
Sewing Machines. Commercial and Domestic
Bought hold He]
EAST COAST MACHINERY CO.
332 West Flagler St. Phone 9-3915 Miami 36. Florida
Best Wishes for u Happy and Prosperous New Year To All
II. J. Wain\\ right & Sons
3135 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Phone 83-1F21
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
NORMAN SWARTZ
Airtemp Construction Corp.
706 S.W. 39th CT.
PHONE 48-2745
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
THE REINHARD FAMILY
Miami Xi^kwar Companv
247 N.W. 25lh STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
WoooVk Standard Service
Lubrication Specialists Gas Oils Batteries Tires
"Service with a Smile"
477 N.W. 5th STREET PHONE 3-9533
The S500.000.000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue is help-
ing to make possible new glass factories in Israel for the produc-
tion of bottles, plate glass, cut glass, decorative glass and many
more glass articles. Glass sand used in its making is being de-
veloped in sufficent quantity from the Mahtesh Hagadol. (Big
Crater).
INVESTMENT IN AMERICAN SECURITY
!'
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR

EVERETT WHITTON
PHONE 84-2421

(Continued from Preceding Page)
dtr that Moscow covetously looks
toward these potential bases for
its air power in that vital area.
Obviously the democratic West
is deeply concerned that those
bases not be permitted to fall to
the Communists. A strong Israel
is. therefore, essential to all the
democracies.
The democratic nations rejoice
at the growing strength of Israel
because it is a natural member
of their free world. Indeed Is-
rael (except for Turkey) is the
only true democracy in the Asia
Middle East. The occasional re-
ports that Israel is undemocratic,
or may become undemocratic, are
old wive's tales. They are the
products either of intentional an-
ti-Israel propaganda or of inac-
curate observers who diagnose
current internal tensions as fatal
diseases; in reality they are only
the growing pains of a new dem-
ocracy. Despite the unprecedent-
ed proportion of newcomers of
varying racial, cultural and lin-
guistic backgrounds mote than
50- percent of its present popula-
tion has entered the country since
its formation four years ago __
the Israel "pressure cooker" is
achieving the rapid unification
of the people.
Moreover, the fear in some
quarters that Communism would
become powerful in Israel in
my opinion this was never a real
threat has been dissipated by
the weakening of leftward ex-
TRI-CITY
Tile Company
.'..

882 N.E. 79th Street
Miami 38, Florida
tremism. Similarly, the fears of
a theocracy felt by some sincere
Jewish and non-Jewish observers
are without foundation. Not more
than a tiny fragment of the Israel
Rabbis would, if they could, es-
taolish a Kabbinic State. The
Rabbis, with very few excep-
tions, are committed as are all
the other leaders of the State to
the perpetuaticn and strengthen-
ing of Israel's democratic insti-
tutions.
That most of the Arab nations,
unlike Israel, are today not the
natural associates of the demo-
cratic West is revealed by an ex-
amination of the official attitudes
of the more important Moslem
Governments. During the Second
World War. Egypt and its now
deposed King Farouk, Iraq and
Syria were openly anti-Ally.
Since the World War, Egypt has
persistently and violently criti-
cized Great Britain and has
sought by coercion to eliminate
the last of Britain's military forc-
es from the Suez Canal Zone and
from the Sudan.
Egyptian officials, when ask-
ed recently how they would de-
fend themselves with their own
very limited military strength a-
gainst potential Russian aggres-
sion, blandly replied that they
would make with Moscow a
treaty of amity and commerce
and thus would ward off the
Communistic danger. Such a fan-
tastic argument would be dis-
continued on Next Page)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Generaljupa....., all stake Trucks ,.,! Cars
settle and AsatjdMi welding
Couiion Bros. Garage
WrecM Rebuilt Body Rapalr. i Matta,
---... s<" I W. Mil Kir
Street
GREETINGS TO ALL
Edwardson Nursing
Home
1233 N.E. 135th Street
Telephone 89-8589
A H.p^y Jf^ Ytmi To J|
Out Friend, and P,^
M 1 u- iiK'ni
Specialist, in Pria,^
Business Forms
900 N.W. 42nd STREET
MIAMI
Phone 7-7414
A HAPPY KEW YEAR tyT^?
OUR FRIENDS A.\D PATRo.^
C. L. Potter
Jewelry
Nationally Advertised
Merchandise
Diamonds, Watches. Silver
106 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI
Across the Street from the
Congress Building
Phone 9-8553
t6"all".V
greetings
Yoo Hoo Chocolate Beverages
"A New Flavor Creation''
In Bottles and Cans
Yoo-Hoo
"Where to Buy it"
YOO-HOO CHOCOLATE
BEVERAGE CO.
3550 N.W. 54th STREET
________Phone 88-6267
A Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year To
All Our Friends and Patrom
Raker &
Warf. I im .
QUALITY PRINTERS
516 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7929
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Baker
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
Eunice Denison
Associates
HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE
SEYBOLD BUILDING
Phone 3-1371
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Patrick 4 rook
The Latest in Business
Machines
1850 N.W. 36th STREET
PHONE 2-5650
GREETINGS TO ALL
FRANK GARCIA
BEACH
TYPEWRITER
CO., INC.
Everything for Your Office
Sales Service Rentals
Supplies
1671 ALTON ROAD
Phone 58-6272
MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*


Lmiv SEPTEMBER IS. 1852
A H.PPT Yw To AU
Our Friendi and Pairont
Knowles Ltd.
FRUIT SHIPPERS
2207 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 58-1722
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Joe Soler
Importer of Alligator Good*
and
Souih American Souvenirs
215 LINCOLN ROAD
2201 COLLINS AVENUE
Phones 5-4330 58-3579
GREETINGS
l>aI" Blueprint
Co.
Free Pick-up and Delivery
Pholostats Kodographi
Black Lines
| Slue Prints Instrument Repair
No Job Too Large or Small
W. T. Mallard A. E. Preston
1520 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 82-7259
Greetings from
J13MMMES
BEER WINE
"Best Hamburgers in Town"
Jimmie & Nat
369 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 2-9830
TO ALL GREETINGS
Dudley M.
CAWTH0N
Store Planning Engineers
1301 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
82-1671 82-1671
Hill Refrigerators and
Market Fixtures
Puffer-Hubbard Reach-In*
Bulman Steel Shelving
Biro Power Saws
24-HOUR SERVICE
^Jmistn^tHa^r,
PAGE-liF
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
PAT CANNON
CIRCUIT JUDGE ELECT
DuPONT BLDG.
While Ameriean* Stand ttu With Aid
by Seaboard/
Your trip will b one of ih meat njoyobU
f*ofurt of your visit North whtn you chooto
tho SEABOARD Stroomlinor' woyl HorVt
rtful, roomy trovtl ot its finott, olthor In
rvtorvod-soot coochvt or luxurious Tullmon
occom modal ioni.
THE SILVER METEOR
THE SILVER STAR
For Reservations
please phone 82-6611
Of call al
173 K. Klaglcr St..
2206 N.W. 7ih Ave.,
Miami, or
1553 Wash. Ave..
Miami Itcach.
W. J. Firht. (i.I'.A.
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt greets the 50,000th visitor to New
York's Israel Exposition, which is sponsored by the State of Is-
rael Bond organisation. The visitor is 10-year-old Carol Schoen.
for whom the former First Lady presents a toy puppy made in
the new Jewish State. Looking on is Benjamin Abrams. chairman
of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds.
A HAPP1 NEW rAR TO ALL
PRIEMDS AHD PATROLS
Miss Koma
Beauty Salon
135 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 83-4201
(Continued from Preceding Page)
turbing if it were used merely
for debating purposes; it is om-
inous because the Egyptians have
such limitless power of self-de-
ception that they may really be-
lieve that Russia would respect
its premises toward them.
Another example of Egypt's
unprincipled distortion is its re-
fusal to abide by the clear pro-
vision of the statute governing
the administration of the Suez
Canal. Egypt is legally bound to
perrpit the free passage of for-
eign vessels even in times of war.
Nonetheless, for more than three
years, merchant ships of the wes-
tern powers have been stopped,
searched and when found to be
carrying, directly or indirectly,
shipments to Israel have been
refused transit. The note of the
! Security Council's condemning
this illegal closing of the Canal
and calling upon Egypt to re-
spect its international obligations
has been met by a blunt Egyp-
tian refusal.
The latest of the recent exam-
ples of Moslem anti-Westernism
is, of course, Iran's peremptory
and uncompromising move to na-
tionalize on its terms the rich
properties of the Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company. Granted that the
British administration of the com-
pany was slow to follow the ex-
ample of the American oil com-
panies in Saudi Arabia in in-
creasing royalties, the essential
and disturbing fact in Iran is
that the Government which fed
the anti-Western phobia of the
A Happy New Year To All
"r Friends and Patrons
Captain Tom's Fish
Mart, Inc.
FRESH FISH DAILY
28 N.W. NORTH RIVER DR.
Phone 2-2696
Mrs. Grant
mob has in turn become itself the
creature of the mob which, reck-
less of consequences, would de-
stroy Britain's vast stake in the
country.
In sharpest contrast with this
Iranian and Egyptian extremism
has been the patient and states-
manlike negotiations of Israel
with the British authorities on
all economic issues outstanding
between the two countries. No
influential Israel voice has been
raised in favor of the seizure of
the Haifa Oil Refinery or of any
western-owned properties in Is-
rael. Instead, recognizing its
close economic relationships with
the West and its partnership with
the free world, the Israel Gov-
ernment negotiates its differenc-
es with foreign powers in an en-
lightened spirit of mutual ac-
commodation. This is in the best
democratic tradition.
If we Americans, Jews and non-
Jews, are alert to Israel's present
and potential role as an advance
post of Western democracy in the
strategic Middle East, which may
in the next years become a cruc-
ial area, we will recognize that
purchase by American citizens of
Israel Government Bonds is in
the vital interests of this young-
est democracy and of our own
country. Hence, there is no con-
flict between our own Govern-
ment's campaign to sell United
States Bonds and that of the Is-
rael Government to sell its se-
curities.
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
UNION LOCAL 138 A. W. OF L.
ROGER LEE-BENNER. President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN. Secretary-Treasurer
240 N.E. 8th Street Phone 3-7603
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
FISCHER & WALLACE
CONTRACTORS
Irving Fischer Edward A. Wallace
74 EAST 3rd STREET
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
Concrete Hoisting
Bar Joists Set
Steel Erected
Clam and Drag
N. POPENHAGER
CRANES
PHONE 83-2652 2538 LINCOLN AVE.
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
as low at
4%
Interest
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFF CO.
Security
Bldg.
Ph. 9-3435
TO ALL...
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
KAY SUN RESTAURANT
CHINESE AMERICAN DINNERS
"On The Trail" 4 p.m. to 9 pjn.
2147 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory
Serving Florida
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA
Inspection and Testing
Chemical and Physical Analysis
Phone 48-8293
4301 N.W. 7th STREET MIAMI


TO ALL GREETINGS
H. J. SANBORN
Good Plumbing
23 N.W. 11th Street Phone 2-3002 Miami. Florida
A Year of- Happiness
To Everyone!
MIAMI LINCOLN
MERCURY, INC.
OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9
222 S.E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 9-65921



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TODAY. SEPTEMBER 19
Uubvrnatorial \ominve iirectm 5713
Dan McCarty
On this occaiion of lhe Hebrew New Year 5713. may I take the
opportunity of extending to the Jewish people of the State of
Florida n-.y sincere wish for their continued health, happiness
and prosperity.
The Jewish people have played no small part in the intellectual,
e&oral and conscionefcle development of mankind during the course
cf world history. It is fitting, during this High Holy Day seeson.
Jo appraise with added reverence and wonderment their recent
rote in humanity's drive toward social, political and economic
freed om.
More significantly the outraged goal of Godlessness and war than
axy other, the Jewish peopie rose from the holocaust of near-
destruction to fight for. establish and support a citadel of democ-
racy in the Near East. Israel today stands as an example of their
ancient veneration for the principle of man's humanity to man.
During this reverent period of the New Yeas, it comes to the fore
as an affirmation of the Hebrew belief that the living ideal in-
evitably triumphs over the immorality of destruction and all those
Altitudes striking at the dignity of humankind.
May the New Year 5713 open still brighter vistas for th-s Jewish
people. May those adhering to its Faith here find happiness in
their spiritual identification with a religion that will ever con-
tinue bringing credit, hope and progress to men everywhere.
Visitors Pleased At Israeli Exposition
Very shortly after its opening
ir. New York City's huge Rocke-
feller Center, the Israel Bond- 1
;:por.sored Israel Exposition has
brought participating Israel firms
their first orders from customers |
in the United States.
A number of participating
firms, including a furniture man- \
ufacturing company in Tel Aviv,!
; watch company and a Jeru-1
salem gift shop, reported receipt \
of inquiries concerning price lists j
1 nd shipping details.
At least one of the more than !
MEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE
CORNELL COMPANY
HOOTING k SHEET METAL
41M N. W. 2th Street
Phone 44 CS7S
50.000 New Yorkers and others,
who braved a hot August sun to
view the largest single assembly
of Israel goods exhibited in the
United States, was so sold on the
exposition and Israeli industry
that he packed his haes and ar-
rived this week in Tel Aviv.
The visitor, a non-Jew, is an
amateur movie photographer. He
was so impressed with industrial
Israel that he decided to make
it the subject of his next film.
A Happy New Year To All
VUhinmSimdio*
Distinguished Private School
Dancing Drama
Radfo Speech-
323 W. 47tb STREET
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy New Year To All
Our Friends and Patrons
- Davis Printer*
1013 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 9-4922
John H. Doris
PRINTING OF DISTINCTION
GREETINGS
Ask Your Barber About
"THE NEW FORMULA 99"
Florida Barber
Supply Co., Inc.
2042-44 N.W. 7th AVENUE
TeL: 2-4933 or 9-8645
from the
(JH t n I -% $ t%
MR. and MRS. 1 L. MINTZER.
JACK and JACKIE
and the Children, Michael and Bruce
MR. and MRS. RAYMOND M. CHEUNG
and Judy
ROSH HASHANA
Ljreetin
f
From the Tall Corn Country
fH Vuiuqut Pdcfiutf gamftiuut
Dubuque. Iowa
Packers of
KOSHER BEEF. VEAL and LAME'
Wishes You a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Representatives
Saffer Brokerage Company
Harry Sailer. Free.
Offices: 24 N. W. 7th Street Miami
Phone 3-53
2310 Market Street. Jacksonville
Phone 3 Mtt
Distributors
Miami Provision Company
1062 N. W. 22nd Street
Miami. Fla.
Phone 2-9413


MDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
*.|pHiJ* rtnridlSftwi
PAGE np
RABBI and MRS.
*YER ABRAMOWTTZ
and Family
Extend Beit Wishes lop a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
to the mimben of
North Shore Jewish Cantor
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONE3H
and Family
i wish for the members
1 and officers of beth
isholom center. its sis-
iterhood and jewry at
Ilahge
happy new year
RABBI and MRS.
)SEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and Sons
|EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
CONGREGATION BETH
TFILAH
And Its Auxiliary and to
Klal Yisroel
for a
CS1VA VACHSIMAH TOVAH
4jJ
DR. and MRS.
IDONALD MICHELSON
and Family
EXTEND BEST WISHES
TO ALL OF JEWRY
FOR A YEAR OF
JOY AND BLESSINGS
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
ITish for all Jewry, and parxic
|laily the members and officers
West Miami Jewish Center.
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL JEWRY
RABBI and MRS.
MARIUS RANSON
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
FORT LAUDERDAlE
RABBI and MRS.
| MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter Rena Rahel
pnd Sons. Efrom Zov and
David Joseph
*|h for all Jowry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Both Jacob
Congregation.
,__ Miami Beach.
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
extend host wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I j members and friends of the
IMiam, Hebrew School and Con-
^satton and to all Jawry
Rabbis Set Course
For New Year
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
President, Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association
We believe it is necessary at
the outset of the New Year 5713.
to define our religious outlook
for the coming year as well as
a program if true peace is. to be
enthroned.
To us as Rabbis, Judaism is a
way of life, a philosophy that
enables us to crystallize an atti-
tude towards the pressing prob-
lems of the moment. In view of
this need, we formulate a five-
fold program that serves as a
declaration of principles for the
modern Jew in the New Year.
In the first place, we must
maintain the ideal of individual-
ity, not in the sense of selfish-
ness, but in the sense of the sac-
redness of human life. This is
one of the ideals that we must
carry to a world where human
individuality is no longer recog-
nized and human personality is
no longer appreciated. This is
the moment when we should pro-
claim the Biblical concept of
man's being created in the image
af God, which means ihat human
life is divine and human per-
sonality Godlike. Let us have
the courage to champion this
ideal of divine oneness and the
God of oneness will be with us.
The second ideal is the ideal
of mercy and tolerance. If there
is any phase of our Hebraic her-
itage that is still surgingly alive,
it is this quality of mercy in the
heart of Israel. Our compassion
must go out not only to one's
own people but also to serve ev-
ery victimized group on the face
of the earth. Every form of op-
pression and tyranny must be
condemned by the sincere He-
brew; every form of crime and
cruelty must be denounced.
The third principle that should
become a part of the philosophy
is the principle of liberal-mind-
jdness. By liberal-mindedness,
we mean an appreciation and
deep understanding of our fellow
man, irrespective of race, color
Dr creed in our economic, social
and religious sphere. This, too,
is a lesson taught by Jewish his-
tory, that the fate of civilization
is inseparable from the fate of
the liberal trend in human life,
that when liberalism prevails,
civilization prospers, and when
liberalism falters, civilization
fails. As Jews, we feel that the
Biblical and Talmudic teachings
emphasizing that the salvation of
mankind lies in the universal
spread of generosity and liberal-
mindedness are profoundly right.
The fourth ideal that Judaism
teaches is to cherish the ideal of
learning. This, too, is a vital part
of the heritage of our people.
This is another ideal pathetically
needed in the life of humanity
today. For one of the tragic
phases in the life of nations at
this moment is the deprecation
I of learning and men of learning.
It is this anti-intellectual move-
| n <'iit that is destroying art and
science and literature and forces
1 scholars and thinkers into a
Spartan philosophy of the fist
and fang.
The fifth ideal is the ideal of
peace. It urges the uprooting of
hatred from the heart of na-
tions: the abolition of instru-
ments of death and the turning
of destructive forces into con-
structive forces. This remains
the teaching of Israel to des-
troy the psychology of war.
There is very little that we.
as a people, can do at the mom-
ent by way of stopping interna-
tional strife and by way of elim-
inating the lust for blood. But
we can reach out beyond the
presnt moment and gradually be-
gin to undermine the passion?
for war and bloodshed. It is our
task to tell humanity that world
peace in itself is an abstract
phrase, that there can be no
world peace until there is peace
in the world, that there can be
no peace in the world until there
is peace in 'the heart of man.
May this-Rosh Hashona usher
in an understanding of true peace
in the heart of man and speedily
put an end to war for all time.
Peace and salutation to all.
America's New
Sister Democracy
By Vice President
ALBEN W. BARKLEY
In the midst of war and strife
and the danger of tyranny, we
free men can point with pride
to the young nation of Israel as
one of the hopeful signs for the
future of mankind.
The world is rich In many
things. We, in the United States,
are enjoying material wealth
without parallel in any other part
of the universe. But the greater
production of material things
does not necessarily bring a deep-
er human understanding of great-
er spiritual wealth. The world is
suffering from spiritual anemia
a malady which can undermine
the entire structure of free civ-
ilization. To protect our way of
life, we must not only be strong
physically, we must not only pre-
pare impregnable military de-
fenses, we must also have the
spiritual armor to withstand the
corrosive forces of bigotry and
totalitarianism.
That is why the rebirth of Is-
rael is so vital, not merely for
the preservation of large sections! ~~~ ,
of the Jewish people, but, by its! Possibilities for the develop-
example, for the spiritual well- |ment 0l portions of the Negev
being and regeneration of all!desert as a kev vacation area in
mankind itne Middle East were described
Israel has already demOnrfrat- "S^gS? ******
ed its capacity for economic sue- l-J^glj f^ur of the
2ft, .?C ,P r ,mrrV Southern Negev. Dr. W. C. Low-
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jowry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
merely the destiny of this new
democracy, but to exert a pro-
found influence on the future of
civilization.
Our national policy has been
to give the fullest economic sup-
port to all countries which are
committed to the democratic way
of life. Israel is a country whose
people have demonstrated their
willingness to undergo extreme
individual and national hard-
ships, if necessary, to preserve
their freedom. Israel is a sister
democracy which, in this period
of travail, of crisis for world
peace, is ready to stand by us as
a staunch and devoted ally.
Therefore, the Israel Bond Is-
sue represents an important ex-
pression of confidence in the fu-
ture of all those ideals which we,
as Americans, regard as indis-
pensable. Moreover, it is an in-
vestment which will not only be
reDaid in material return, but will
bring forth even greater spiritual
rewards.
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Daughter and Son
Wish for all Jawry. and partic-
ularly the members and officers
of Both DaTid Congregation
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
great, the peopl
truly performed miracles by re-
claiming an ancient and neglect-
ed land, converting desert wastes
into fertile farm land, establish-
ing new industries and trans-
forming an ancient country into
a modern and productive area.
Many decades ago, we in the
United States called upon the
people of other countries to in-
vest in our future. Even we, with
all our resources, had to have
outside help in the critical stages
of our development. Those who
came to our aid shared in a glor-
ious venture which changed the
history of the world.
Today, as Israel comes to us
with its now $500,000,000 Inde-
pendence Bond Issue, we have the
same opportunity to shape not
Rabbi and Mrs.
Harry Ettinaer
oi
North Dade
Jewish Center
Extend Best Wishes tor the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
To the Rabbis and their Congregations of the State of
Florida. Greetings: May God hear your prayers on our
Holy Days, and grant you all a Year of Health and Happi-
ness and a Reunion with your Dear Ones in Victory and
Peace.
Sincerely,
faco&U. Kaplan
President. Florida Rabbinical Association
ent for resorts and tourist travel.
The development of the miner-
al-rich Negev into a vacation
oasis would render what was
once written off as useless desert
still more valuable. Already, cop-
per and other mines, aided by
the $500,000,000 State of Israel
Bond Drive, are being developed.
JJegev settlements, in recent
weeks, turned in a record har-
vest. Huge 10-ten pipe links, ac-
quired from the monster Yuval
Gad factory which operates with
the assistance of Israel Bond
funds, are expected to activate
thousands of new water-hungry
dunams in the near future.
The coming year will not di-
minish Israel's responsibilities. It
may, indeed, increase them. But
Israel, conscious of th; decisive
character of this formative stage
in its upbuilding, wi'.l go forward
undaunted with its appointed
task. It will continue to draw
strength from the moral and spir-
itual source of its heritage, from
the freedom it has won with so
much blood and toil and prayer,
and from the zeal and readiness
of its people for sacrifice. It is
confident that American Jewry
will bear its full share in the
weight and privilege of their
partnership.Abba Eban_______
RABBI and MRS.
- IRVING LEHRMAN
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extead Best Wishes for
i HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
N EW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
insinhsri of the Miami Beach
Jewish Cantor and all its af-
filiated organisations and to
all Jawry.
DR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
and Family
Extend to all Jawry and partic-
ularly the members of TEMPLE
ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Congregation Beth El and to
the entire Jewish Community
for a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
JACOB J. HONIG
and Sons
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members oi
The Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI
ABRAHAM CASSEL
Extends heartfelt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the members of Knesefh
Israel, the Sisterhood and to
the entire Jewish community
of Greater Miami.
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organisations and to all
Jewry.
RABBI AND MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Ahavas Israel Synagogue
Its Auxiliary and the Entire
Jewish Community a Year of
Peace and Joy
RABBI AND MRS.
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AND FAMILY
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JmisiiDcrkMain
nUDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,
^v-^t4VW Jews In Sports
By BILL WOLF
(copyright. 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
The past year has been filled
v.ith interesting and exciting
events that captured the attention
of persons interested is Jewish
iports. But the event that lef.
the others trailing far behind in
importance and enthusiasm was
Israel's first participation in the
International Olympic Games.
It was an exciting story right
from the beginning, complete
:h touches of suspense. First
came the political difficulty re-
sulting from the failure of Is-
-'.'s rival sports organizations to
get together I 1 a united Olym-
pic effort F .- a while it was
anybody's guess as to whether
there would be any Israeli Oi.
pic team a; all. Then, after much
net =nd tactful handling,
unity was reached, and a com-
mittee WM formed m accordar.ee
....- the regulations set down by
International Olympic auth
The rtage ..as set for building
a team. But it was only the be-
ginning. Months of tedious work
v.ere required before Irv Mond-
schein, American coach who
at to brae] to trair. the Olyrr-
team. and Tubby Raskin.
all mentor who had the
job of training Israels cage;
squad, had the kind of athletes
capable of competing in Finland, j
The US Committee for Sports |
in Israel also made a vital con-:
tributjon to Israel's Olympic par-:
ticipation through raising money.
for traveling expenses. When the
team finally competed against
I the athletes from countries
[ throughout the world, it was a
proud unit that had overcome a
multitude of obstacles. Israeli
athletics had taken on a truly
international character.
In this country. Brandeis Uni-
versity took the spotlight in what
was another important sports de-
velopment. Brandeis, which
fielded its first varsity football
team, ran into a hail of criticism
for scheduling football games on
the Sabbath. The opposition
came not only from prominent
religious personalities. It also
stemmed from those who disa-
greed with the policy of Bran-
deis' entering into a full-scale
sports program that began to take
on an aspect of commercialism.
It was pointed out that such a
move was unhealthy for the uni-
versity in view of the corrupt
status of athletics in other Amer-
ican universities. Brandeis took
the matter into consideration, but
has not reached any basic change
in policy. Spokesmen for the uni-
versity contended that their ath-
letic program was on a high lev-
el and that it did not endanger
the school's scholastic standing.
Accusations of anti-Semitism
in athletics flared in tennis and
basketball during the past year.
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JEWS IN SPORTS
^Continued from Preceding Page)
I nick Savitt, who had established
himself as one of the world's
leading tennis players through
bis capturing of the Wibledon
and Australian titles, appeared
to be one of the most promising
athletes for the US Davis Cup
Team However. Savitt was not
Lamcd to the squad. Sportswrit-
ers hammered out their criticisms
against his being snubbed. It was
pointed out that tennis is a sport
-,n which discrimination is known
to run rampant because of the
country club set-up of the game.
Savitt later began to decline ser-
iously in the quality of his game
rand fans raised the question of
1 whether all of the difficulty he
had encountered had left a mark
on his playing.
In basketball, informed sources
complained of the rough time that
professional Max Zaslofsky was
having on the New York Knick-
erbockers. At one point in the
season, Zaslofsky was being used
very infrequently, particularly on
road Hips, and several key peo-
ple maintained that he was being
discriminated against. Zaslofsky
did much better toward the end
cf the season, but he was con-
Bidi ing the possibility of retir-
ing.
Several Jewish stars won rec-
ognition in the 1951 season and
i:. In the 1951 cam-
Saul Ro n. pitcher for the Chi-
x. finished with
I earned run average in
League. This year
of the Cleveland In-
d not do so well
ar, came back with
B si performance that
d him as one of the
- leading hitters right at
nning of the season. Al
was named t the All-Star team.
Plans got under way early for
the 1953 Maccabiah games to be
held in Israel. The event was
scheduled for the latter part of
next September and sports or-
ganizations in the various na-
tions that will be participating
started making preliminary ar-
rangi ments for organizing teams.
In the United States the team will
probably be handled by the US
Committee for Sports in Israel
ki cooperation with the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Headlines
Coach Benny Friedman, of
Brandeis University, escapes
when his car collides with
. Hal Seidenberg earns
_" mi nt place among the Big
- ; lootball team's touchdown
tters Wrestler Dave Mes-
nick packs them in on US tour
A yi Attar, executive mem-
Israel Sports Federa-
n i member of the World
Executive of Maccabi, visits the
S to help lay groundwork for
W53 Mai a iah Basketball
of the Mount Vernon, New
York, YMHA is reinstated as am-
ateurs by the convention of the
Amateur Athletic Union after be-
ing dropped for violating rules
by playing an exhibition game
with the New York Knicks .
Mac Kinsbrunner, former basket-
ball star and currently activities
director for the Concord Hotel,
disagrees with those who tried
to fix the blame for the basket-
ball scandals on the mountain
resorts.
Brandeis University denies rum-
ors that Sid Luckman, ex-foot-
ball hero, will be named head
gridiron coach Barney Ain
appointed director of the Metro-
politan AAU Basketball Tourna-
ment in New York Dick Sav-
itt refutes accusations against
him by Frank Shields, captain
of US Davis Cup team, and de-
nies he has brought discredit to
the game Irv Jaffee, one-
time Olympic speed skating
champ, returns to Winter Olym-
pics in Norway as sports corres-
pondent for the United Press .
Alan Stein, Columbia University
court star, named to second team
in All-Star metropolitan selec-
tions of New York baseball writ-
ers, with Bob Reiss, of Colum-
bia, getting an honorable men-
tion Wrestler Henry Witten-
berg, a New York cop, wins berth
on US Olympic team.
Victor Hershkowitz wins 1952
singles title in four-wall hand-
ball championship, then teams
to US Olympic team Joey
Maxim trains at Grossingers for
bout with Sugar Ray Robinson
. JWB announces that winner
of next season's cage tournament
will represent the US at the Mac-
cabiah games.
Sidney Schwartz, promising
tennis star, continues on the up-
ward course Cal Abrams, who
was going strong with the Dodg-
ers, last season but took a back
seat when Brooklyn acquired
slugger Andy Pafko from the
Chicago Cubs, is traded to Cin-
cinnati Marty Glickman,
sportscaster and former Olympic
track star, warns B'nai B'rith
Spoits Lodge in New York that
the danger of anti-Semitism still
exists in US Olympic circles .
Physical training manual entit-
led. Health And Physical Educa-
tion Activity in the Jewish Com-
munity Center, is written by Bob
Morrison, athletic director of the
JWB Al Rosen hits first home
run at Yankee Stadium Ruby
Goldstein, overcome by heat, is
unable to finish reffing Maxim-
Robinson fight, but recovers
quickly after bout.
Benny Friedman
with Dan Grank to the doubles
crown Hy Buller of the Rang-
ers .hockey team becomes first
rookie on the team's history to
be named Most Valuable Player
by the New York Hockey Writ-
ers Association Bensonhurst
JCH, of Brooklyn, takes title in
National Jewish Wellare Board
basketball tourney at Baltimore
. Henry Laskau, national ama-
teur walking champion, named
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October 10thHadassah luncheon in Honor of Mrs. Judith
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November lst-31siZOA Bond Month.
November 11thInaugural Dinner (Maurice Samuels, Speaker).
December lst-31stB'nai B'rith Bond Month.
December 14thBIG Day.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER lg, 1952
PRESIDENT TRUMAN
GREETS AMERICAN JEWS
ON ROSN HASNONA
w tSHINGTON (JTA) Ptm
.. utg Roth rlaahona ummm
v;;*h ttw tartar. lY'. v,' all \ M l .'< .'<
I | | .v.. eo*|
a th,- .-.. ..... war.
Nr Year and cordial good wish-
tar the >ear ahead
"In atttajftattal srvetings at this
time. 1 air mindful that you haw
>n- i rtMMI to our gen-
eral wMlW >n manv way*. I
know t!-at all of \vu are deter-
hi do all tr nv that our country ,\linufs
tvw st:\M\* ami prosperous. I
.v convinced that an long M M
o. vmon un::\ N
pent our future ;s s*vut*
Red frw Parley
TORONTO. tJTA*The Inter-
national Red Cross Conference.
I which concluded here recenUy.
! did not discuss an application foi
j membership from the Magen
David Adom. of Israel
According to Dr W S Sten-
C -adian National Commis-
sioner for the Red Cross, only a
Shuns Red Ma*en David Adom
diplomatic conference could ap-
prove the Red Shield of David
as an emblem of the Magen
David Adom in Israel. The ques-
tion of recognizing the Jewish
i symbol was therefore "beyond rel, of the Israel Ar
the competence of the Interna-
tional Red Cross conference."' he
explained. ________
Israel's observers at th* .. i
'er^.ncl^edP,hisE;tM"H
'Goit,n Colonel chaim r?
zog. of the Israel Emi>^\
Washington; Colonel Aryen H^
rmy Medw"
Corps; and Dr. Nathan M w*
of the Magen David Adom OrJJ
ization.
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Greater Miami Orsanizations. Extend Greetinss T
o
THE SISTERHOOD
of the
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
EXTENDS GREETINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS JOSEPH A BERMAX. Sisterhood President
TELMPLE BETH SHOLOM
The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
Chase Arenue at Forty-first Street
A PRAYER
THAT 5713 WILL BRING
ENCOMPASSING PEACE AND DIGNITY
TO ALL MANKIND
The Officers and Members of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish l'iiiiiiuiiii> Center
Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the entire Jewish Community
The Congregation of
C.v \J:v.ina Jsrarl $gttagogiu nf +Hi:uni ticach
WISHES TO EXTEND NEW YEAH GREETINGS TO ALL
A
40C1 Chase Avenue

Happy New Year To Our
Members and Friends
Golden Age Friendship Club
MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
MIAMI BRANCH


A MOST JOYOUS NEW YEA2 TO ALL JEWBY
THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTEB
During The Week .. .a. i see it
By LEO MINDLIN
THE GOODWILL GROUP OF GREATER MIAMI
?.-. f by
Mrs. Miriam R. Fields. President
Her Officers and Board ol Directors
W-ii*s Tieu Mumerous Members. Their Families and Friends
\ PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAH
The Rabbi Officers, Board ol Directors
and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
Extend Best Wishes tor a
HAPPY HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
s the entire Jewish Community
OBSERVATIONS GLEANED FROM THIS COLUMN DURING
THE HEBREW YEAR 5712. (September 28. 1951 September 19,
' 1952 V
CORAL GABLES POLICE SEEK TERRORISTS. DECEMBER
i14iB- -ir.is ume, vneyve tnrown a dynamv.e stick at the Coral
: Gables Jewish Center.' Where are Gables officials now" Onthcir
rolling golf green. I presume." MAZIS INDEMNIFY FORMER
; CONCENTRATION CAMP INMATES. DECEMBER 21st: Farben-
'Werke is perfectly agreeable to write off its ledgers the uncollect-
ed wages that accountants have been so laboriously posting ... By
pavirg off what it politely calls enforced laborers, Farben-Werke
will no longer be considered indebted; it can gently extricate itself
from the nastiness of fragmentary German conscience and view the
matter closed. (I. G.) Farben organized Auschwitz with no mis-
giving: it sanctioned brutality and extinction as a glorified function
of Naziism. It can not be doubted that Farben would continue do-
ling so were the opportunity still available." __
WHILE LECTURING AT FLAGLER- GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER. DECEMBER 2Wb: i have often wonder-
ed about the force that drives Jews to build Synagogues while ig-
noring adversity. The Fifth Book of Moses tells us that we are a
stiff-necked people, but surelv there must be more than stubborn-
ness involved here AT A CHANUKA BONDS OF ISRAEL RAL-
LY. JANUARY 4th: "Unnecessarily, it seemed to me. he (James G.
McDonald) was bent on proving the bond issue's financial reliability
fc y eulogizing the American banks associated with it Prime
| Minister David Ben-Gui ion ought have been at the party His
I recent attack against the Zionist Organization of America showed
(none of the diplomatic cunning I have learned consistently to ex-
pet from him. He chose to consider the ZOA bankrupt spiritually
j at a time when so many campaigns on behalf of Israel are in full
MOVE TO ACCEPT NON-JEWS AS MEMBERS OF CENTERS
HERE. JANUARY 11th: "While the effort to establish harmony
ng people adhering to diverse beliefs is most admirable, cer-
tainly the effacement of one's own creed is no method ... No one
!y argue against the value of non-sectarian centers .
But a center specifically designated as Jewish must hav< .-- its i it-
re end more than an :" INITIAL GIFTS DINNER.
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL. JANUARY 18th: -There is sorr.e-
. Churchillian in the demeanor of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver .
He- had remarked that the Israelis certainly proved themselves as
. niters and fighters but that they had not yet proven their
. If they fail. Rabbi Silver waned, then they (and I
suppose, by extension. Jewry at large) are braggarts who have im-
posed on the credulity o: the world The necessity of success-
fully placing Israel on a sound footing. I felt, seemed to have more
at stake than possible world derision."
NOTES ON THE ISRAEL CAVALCADE EXHIBIT, JANUARY
25xh: W.-.iie the new state ;s engaged in a gigantic effort to attain
political, economic and military security, only the most impractical
observer would expecir.ore than imitative forms in its art The
stamp of European modes on the Israeli artists' work is the inevit-
able result of their exile: the foreign manner of their expression
clearly portrays centuries of separation from the cradle of an early
history REMINISCENCES DURING INTERMISSION AT A MOR-
AL REARMAMENT PRODUCTION, FEBRUARY 1st: In his al-
lusion to England. (Bartlejr) Crum said. "The British in the days of
their greatness' ... It is beyond argument that the throne of the
once glorious Anglo-Saxon empire is now nothing more than a foot
stool The origin of the theater was not based on the principle
of entertainment as the depiction of succulent immorality for the
secretly frustrated and depraved. To the contrary, it was founded
* tl:gious concepts, even if pagan."
TESTIMONIAL DINNER FOR JOSEPH CHERNER. FEBRU-
ARY 8th: "None can eery that Vice President Alben Barklev. Fed-
eral Judge Luther Youngdahl and Secretary of the- Interior Oscar
Chapman expressed a seemingly genuine regard for the bond issue
i But it would be equally difficult to deny that each of these
speakers was not as much concerned with expressing a similar re-
gard for his own person, as well as for the political party he repre-
sented The adjective great' was literally torn to shreds! What ap-
peared more than indecent was that ha.-dlv a soul wished to attend
its burial APPEARANCE OF CONCERT CELLIST LEONARD
ROSE AT A JEWISH MUSIC MONTH SYMPHONIC PROGRAM.
FEBRUARY ISth: "I found it difficult to concentrate on Mr. Rose's
words There was something grey and almost death-like in his
r : "
ATTORNEYS-ACCOUNTANTS DIVISION DINNER. COMBIN-
ED JEWISH APPEAL. FEBRUARY 22nd: Justice (William O.)
. Doug.as thesis revolved around the supposition that American for-
eign policy has gone astray Justice Douglas ought have stressed \
that Communism may be destroyed by defeating .the fear of social
atone; the spiritual protection of tyrants m democratic
guise long since discredited, is futile and no method RE-
VIEW ON THE TALMUD. FEBRUARY 2th: Dr. (Isaac) Unter-
man would have us believe that the Jew. from the earliest times.
. nas been the only one to grasp the concept of monotheism ... It is
precisely u-.is feeling of spiritual superiority which has done so
:o retard the proper integration of Jews into a world boastin*
, of otter incien:. equally respectable religi,
" MAM 5k AUHE "OSTESS AT ISRAEL CAVALCADE.
. MARCH 7im "She knew Ktle about Zionism. Miss (Ban) Tarnar
. '"* 'because we are there: we don't need to be Zionists' .
* ** are doing so much. Miss Tar-
Si- nav oar tv I^LEIS-. Ymr raone>- nev*r reaches us "
BIG DAY RALLY. DECEMBER 14th: "Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Jr s.-.e-s Congressman, moved to the fore, floating in Htf
I have become somewhat disturbed recently
-" r.-Jewisr. persons of fame who unconseiouslv
ti^T *?"* f Xsr**,"s rebirth Apart from his
* **T m*c.y r"s ^ngressional constituents, sat before
ob* iisTilnr ^*^ Wr* th*D tT*de Mrs ,Go,d*> Myer-
IUlSriSEDTv,EW1SH APPEAL KICKOTF BREAKFAST.
MARCH 21st: Thus, a* we celebrate Israel's victory. Rabbi tlrv-
jiy MiBer esmce elected president of the Ziotust Organization of
ril^- 1^P1 **? ,aU >** their centers in
'ZZShUmUl 2^2 <*?*K*** ttot ** Hory Crty's
*"** aAsao.jpet.baen deeded While we seek foolishly to re vital
of military names *M since dymg. Arabs refuse to
)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TRI
BETA
COUNCIL
Hi
THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH FOLK
CHORUS
Wishes a Peaceful. HappT ^
Prosperous New Year to All
Its Members and Frieodt
Esther FeMman. President
Ben Yomen. Conductor
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
To our officers, members, friend*
and to the entire Jewish Com-
munity of Greater Mian.:, our
Ec-st Wishes for a Happy and
Prosperous New YEAR:
JEWISH CULTURAL
CENTER. Inc.
429 Lenox Ave.
Miami Beach, F.a.
Phone 58-9233
FLA. WOMEN'S DIVISION
American Jewish
Congress
Wishes its members
A Happy. Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
Brandeis Chapter
Miami Chapter
Louise Chapter
Esther Chapter
dicmi ram ran
A HAPPY NEW YEAR 70 ALL
Greater Miami
Yivo Committee
Dr. M. Glick. Presi
E. Lesowoder. Vice Pi
Morris Honigbaum. TH
B. Morrison, Set
Mrs. Ida Jacobs
President
Pioneer Women's
Organization
Club No. 2
Extends Greetings to
All Her Members and FrieD*
far a Very Happy New Ys
MBS. ISRAEL GOLDBERG
President of
CHESED
SHEL EMESS
her Officers and
Board of Directors
extend to their member!
and many &***
bees wtebee lor a


^^ SEPTEMBER 19, 1952
*Jmistfk>rMUM
PAGE ,3 G
The Jewish Community At High Holy Day Season
Our Thanks
Our Jhanki to the #
and religious bodies that
seen fit to extend greet-
. these page*- Jnu* **
ZtJSSiFi th. Ro.h
SL^S edition of Th. Jewish
and religious bodies that
K see" it to extend greet
ing cognuan
Hashona eain
floridian.
i u not the space used for
wch Ware grateful but th.
Sri" Of appreciation demon-
SSS during th. entire T*.
Th. Publisher
The Greater Miami
Chapter Board of
HADASSAH
extends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes lor a
Happy. Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Irwin Wcinitein.
Chapter President
We still have available
seat reservations for the
HIGH HOLY DAYS
at $2.00$3.00$5.00
per seat
Downtown
Synagogue
(Old Beth David)
139 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Corner N.W. 2nd St
Open Daily 10 a.m. 2 pjn.
Evenings 7:30 p.m. 9 pjn.
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
EMMA LAZARUS CHAPTER
B'NAI B'RITH
EXTEND NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
$
Dr. Abraham
Wolf son
AND
The Spinoza
Forum
Wish For AH Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MARIE
B A L A B A N
1334 Washington Avenue
(Continued from Preceding Page)
make peace even though so con-
clusively defeated REVIEW:
Entitled, Young Germany, Ap-
prentice To Democracy, the book
(Department of State Publication
4251) attempts to describe the de-
nazified beast in terms of its
youth now being taught the glor-
ies of baseball, jazz, communal,
tolerant living and self-reliance.
Nowhere in the capon work writ-
ten by timid civil servants is
there a single reference to the
Jew and his recent near-ex-
termination."
YOUNG JUDAEA CON-
CLAVE. CAMP TEQUESTA.
MARCH 28ih: "The German and
Soviet propagandists, masters of
their art, have taught us a les-
son we must never forget. In
youth lies the key to any mass
action ... It becomes an obvious
duty to sponsor wholeheartedly
those organizations catering to
the needs of young Jews .
Those concerned with Israel's de-
velopment and with the perpetu-
ation of Jewish tradition here,
must look to Young Judaea as a
new motivating force." SHIRT-
SLEEVE PRACTICE SESSION
OF PIANO VIRTUOSO WIL-
LIAM KAPELL, APRIL 4th:
"He said, 'Virtue has been mov-
ed. Music in our time is perform-
ed for other reasons than art .
Feeling and heart are commod-
ities to be sold in the concert
market.' REVIEW OF AN AR-
TICLE IN THE RECONSTRUC-
TIONIST. APRIL 11th: "That a
reborn Jewish nationalism was
predicated upon a desire to be-
come a farming people again,
seems therefore, difficult to ac-
cept. Only (Seymour B.) Lieb-
man's insistence that such a de-
sire found its roots in necessity
in the absence of another alterna-
tivehas any degree of credibil-
ity, whatever.
RING THEATER PRODUC-
TION OF ROMEO AND JULIET,
APRIL 18th: "Certainly, a col-
lege town ought look to its insti-
tution of higher learning for
guidance in intellectual spheres.
But the University of Miami's
generic background still en-
shrouds its character. Designed
to make tasteful the original Cor-
al Gables real estate project, the
University "*ias not yet come of
age." JEWISH HOME OF THE
AGED ATTORNEYS-ACCOUNT-
ANTS AFFAIR, APRIL 25th:
"By bringing together personal-
ities with a common problem, the
Home has reduced the signifi-
cance of that problem to rela-
tive unimportance; it has suc-
ceeded in removing those forces
so destructive to individuals who,
under favorable conditions, can
survive for many years."
MIAMI BEACH LODGE,
B'NAI B'RITH INSTALLATION,
MAY 2nd: "Senator (Claude)
Pepper revived for me all the
elements leading up to his rec-
ent political suicide. A South-
erner by birth and tradition, he
attacked his native section's big-
otry with the typical verve of an
office-seeking orator while skirt-
ing the most essential issues in-
herent in the South's historic
prejudice." ISRAEL INDE-
PENDENCE DAY RALLY, MAY
9th: "He (Pierre Van Paasscn)
charged Christendom with 2,000
years of inhumanity ... He also
reiterated his feelings concern-
ing Western apathy and its blind
leadership in quasi-Communist
REVIEWING, CHANGING
THE ATTITUDE OF CHRIS-
TIAN TOWARD JEW. BY RAB-
BI HENRY KAGAN. MAY 16th:
"The last mass anti-Semitic ef-
fort departed from the norm in
that it did not represent an at-
tack of diseased Christian against
Jew, as such. Rather, the Ger-
man horde engaged in a program
of scientific extermination of Jew
and Christian, alike. Apart from
the concept of racial inferiority,
the Nazi was bent on his anti-
Semitic process as a means of
destroying the progenitors of
Christianity." MIAMI JEW SUP-
PORTS STATES' RIGHTER.
MAY 23rd: "Rightfully opposing
Soviet expansionist tactics, it
(The United States) supports as
an alternative those elements
commonly rejected Ameri-
canism has come to mean the
tacit underwriting of quasi-Fas-
cist groups, the rise of anti-Sem-
itism as an antidote to Red am-
bitions and the subtle persecu-
tion of minorities as an aspect
of Anglo-Saxon superiority .
A prominent Miami Jew has
joined hands with Jewish lead-
ers in Georgia to support the
white supremacy, states' rights
candidate for President of the
United States (Richard B. Rus-
sell) His record, as well as
the history of the state he rep-
resents, highlights a specific anti-
minority stand. As such, sup-
port of his candidacy by Jews
seems astounding folly."
32nd ANNUAL MEETING.
JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE
BUREAU. MAY 30th: "Federa-
tion's sponsorship of the JSSB
here has been predicated largely
on the Bureau's work in the DP
program. As the number of dis-
placed persons influx decreases,
however, funds given the agency
for continued operation have ap-
parently decreased simultaneous-
ly .. Such drastic decreases rep-
resent a tacit acceptance that loc-
ally indigent persons are hardly
as important as the current ov-
erseas program." RALLY HON-
ORING ISRAEL'S FOREIGN
MINISTER. JUNE 6th: "By find-
ing it necessary to make credible
Israel's War of Liberation in light
of our severance from Britain, he
(Moshe Sharett) confused un-
sanctioned revolution with mili-
tarism that put teeth into a legal
United Nations action moving for
partition and the establishment of
a Jewish nation ... In his need-
less cordiality, the Foreign Min-
ister placed the burden of quer-
ulousness on Israel, when he
should have pointed out that the .
War of Liberation was a product j
of UN structural weakness. In
his characterization of Moslem
militarism as catastrophic, he |
disguised protocal with naivete." ,
DADE COUNTY BLOOD
BANK MEETING. JUNE 13th:
"It seems that the nation's citi-
zens are unaware of the magni-
tude of the Korean conflict. Few
sources have publicized the fact
that casualties there, on a rated
time basis, are heavier than were
those experienced during World
War II. Such obfuscation of sta-
tistics stems from the effort to
disguise what is politely called
a police action. This blatant mis-
nomer is clearly an instrument
for handling President Truman's
courageous move in June, 1950,
to oppose Soviet global ambi-
tions." COMMUNISM VERSUS
ANTI-SEMITISM. JUNE 20th:
"The Committee To Secure Jus-
tice In The Rosenberg Case is
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Extends to its members and friends
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
SAUL MERINGOFF. President
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
Branch 692 Workmen's Cirele of
Miami Beach
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
13ri3n raitt rtJ7 William Peslcoff, Secy.
THE JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS' ALLIANCE
BEN GURION BRANCH NO. 304
WISH THE JEWS AND CHAVERIM ALL OVER THE WORLD
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. HARRY QUEEN. President
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
On behalf of the President, Officers and Board of Directors
of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association
we extend our sincere good wishes for a riealthy, happy and pros-
perous New Year, to you and all your dear ones.
At the approach of the New Year we expect, with your help,
to increase our activities of HELPING PEOPLE TO HELP THEM-
SELVES, and do good where it is most needed.
With greetings,
ISIDORE SCHWARTZ
President
i
ADULT SOCIAL GROUP
(Unattached 28ers and Over)
of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
450 S.W. 16th AVENUE
WISHES TO EXTEND NEW YEARS GREETINGS
TO OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
GREETINGS
ill
LOUIS D. BRANDE1S LODGE
No. 199
and LADIES AUXILIARY
Free Sons
of Mnrael
WISH THEIR MEMBERS
AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
areas where positive, democratic I gn exampie 0f illicit anti-Semitic
accusation. Seeking to force a
new trial for the Rosnbergs, sen-
tenced to death as Soviet atomic
spies, the Committee has flooded
the nation with propaganda bas-
ed on the thesis that the scientist
and his wife were found guilty
by virtue of their religion."
GUBERNATORIAL INTER-
VIEW, JUNE 27th: "The gover-
nor-elect (Dan McCarty) at-
tempted a moment of optimism
leadership was visibly lacking
MORRIS GOODMAN TESTI-
MONIAL DINNER. MAY 9th:
"Furious that Miami's bond lead-
ers had failed to capitalize upon
his appearance, he (Gershon Ag-
ron) was hardly in a receptive
mood for discussion. 'If they
wanted an after-dinner speaker,
he said, 'I was not their man' .
'We (Israelis) are no longer con-
cerned with the attitudes of oth-
ers,' he added. 'They do not mat-
ter .. Only our actions are sig-
nificant.' "
The President, Rabbi, Cantor,
Officers and Directors
of
Cangagptiati Jbtlt lal
and its
tgterljtfob
and the
Entire Faculty of
BETH EL MIAMI
HEBREW ACADEMY
and
TALMUD TORAH
Extend to all their Members, Worshippers,
Friends and Jewry at large
Best Wishes for a.
Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Greater Miami
EXTENDS GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
CANTOR IACX BORNSTEDITemple hvaeL Miami
CANTOR EI.ISHA CERNERFloater-Granada Jewish C*n.
CANTOR MORDECAI HAALMANHofiywood Jewis^r
CANTOR EDWARD KLEINNorth Shan Jewish ^"*l
CANTOR RERELE KELEMER Miami B*W School* C*
CANTOR MAORICE MAMCHESJo* David Ccw~on*J*
CANTOR-RARK J. RACXOVSRT-Re* TBah oom!^"
CANTOR IRVING RORINSONCoral Gables Jewish rEL.
CANTOR ARRAHAM SEIFRmI maml Conqreo-'Cr*
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Ay SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 lfist-FkrHtor PAGE 15 E Vestment Capital Methods In Israel [tend Private Enterprise Globally | (C( ,,t.r.t,eof the Palestine Ine t" |lK ? fl : t ..r. currency. toomk corporation initiated or ^ complete !ist ^ f-^^^ fecipated in wd UHH made Economic corporation act Bible .: •• "J *w -~--~;since the^tate was estabhshei ar :a. ventures. Qt.-.er rtei£ are f .,, Jointlv with th* British conT: S3.00O0M t.re factory., %  p,;^..^ ^ General Tin? and Rubber lfcJ n a Ohio, which Ml production of in the financing of this last group of buildings and is participating f m additional buildings totalling 430,000 square feet in Haifa. Nathany. Migdal Gad. Naharia, Afula Ness. Ziona. and Beersheba, within the Government program for dispersal of industry throughout USe country In June. lfto. the Palestine Economic Corporation, m a move to reactivate the production ot potash through the Palestine Potash Company. Ltd. offered to! the Government of Israel a ne*investraer.: of SI. 000.040 In 1951. true to it* tradjtoni. interest in th* great Ru tenner g enterprises. Palestine geonan CccpamiMi ra-...u-<:-.-.* •.zjt^ir.~ A i. large irj*'.^ ^xpa.Tsior. of the generating i %  |i Nj of Pa.Ir. order to H M ..-.-.* invest .I\ AND JACK ADELMAN STEEL YARDS EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS SZDMYXMIYflOOY CIMY SCIK3IHJ HimL OX We Extend Sincere Best Wishes to All Our Relatives and Friends Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner and Ilanghter Ava I>H es, Palestine CorpasaNaa lartBiui the ARPAL8A %  Ltd.. Palestine Economic Corpor:.:>-. i.v: BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Mr. and Mr*. A. Funlev Binder npar;7 :.i)00 paper mill Mazer rarnfly .v England • %  •; %  •:' : -. : -. j T F :-"_: %  :• %  : %  Zi~.-r.-i 7 -iatjon AfS -.Karr-: z %  '. -.-. %  % %  —%  ... .._ _. %  Bat1 : JOtl I I :— : ..-.: %  _•: : ::• %  -s.:.e -..-.rough m -: r.: i : %  f I One f I ideas mtroduced .n lira* r StanL i a 1S37. -t Land Corporation r A Haifa, s .-.-. %  %  .-— : ; ': n.-_;• %  1 a ..-. r%  :.-.-.-: %  :...:; %  %  i.r : r.i -.'. for permanent nrrev 2 : • : 'sijch buildings Dccupied 9C.00O square feet In :1 3^ -il fir.-.ny an acd-*i %  TC KA??Y NTA VIA: %  T %  Base -.%  %  .-.: %  ?.%  :iELMER JONES :-. -----A Happy New Year To AH Ocx Fricds a=d Fairras American Home Lo-undries 4 Cleaners 4005 S.W. 8r= ST5EET Phone 8CC7 We Observe T=* ^a>-ho^ WE GBOW orjH OECHE>S Ler Me 5e Yzs UnM PHOE &:SK 3C4 POJfCE 3£ ^OS BLVD. CCtiAl M— KXPECTAXTLY VOIRS --". XnU WAY Roberta's Beauty S a l o n 17S4 S.W. 3rd AVDKTE Phone MCT2 MIAMI MJI =coer-c HEW YEAR GRETTTNGS •w Star Construction Company 1440 N.W. 21st Saeet VCAMI 42. FLORIDA F O O C E\TERS Jl Greetings and Bet Wishes For a Happy and Prr/sperous >EW YEAR 5713 i



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*\ ftfSEPS %  rJewisti ftorjkti&n 2* ,.;:, .: %  -' PAGE 5 A -(*-. _^ierJeveiy Am BK|. Dinner was h | N^^eV^IFlaxOhy Hotel ontW-^ l P of Ihe month, during which a dramatic porfial of his life was presented by U ff^rrtr^ oi Kami Drama *ofsor Sam Hirsch^JJe^ffajr 1 Iced the ffrerSumefcthat Israel honored* nn and becarfce the grand stage for Che £ here bljW US omdab. Vice' 1 fben BarkteyTWderal Judge and fo fcor Luther Youngdahl and Secretary of the Innor Oscar Chapman. Days later, some 200 leaders of business and Idustry attended a Combined Jewish Appeal allir at the Hibiscus Lodge and heard Bartley C. um a former Roosevelt truster who had, by len made 14 trips to the new state. I Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. sponsored its Sixth Innual Debate Contest early that month of the lebrew Year 5712, airing public housing. The Ireater Miami Pioneer Women's Council heard Hina Roqozik, organizer of the Israeli Women's Irmy. wh'le Leonard Rose, internationally-known Joncert cellist, appeared here in a performance I Ernest Bloch's Shelomo Hebrew Rhapsody as |art of a celebration of Jewish Music Month. Mid-February, the University of Miami enLed into the celebration of Brotherhood Week [y sponsoring a banguet. Only several days hter, Mrs. Marie Volpe, concert manager of the university Symphony Orchestra, was feted in fcmmemoration of 25 years of service. Social |rd cultural progress gave way to further poli[col onalvsis when United States Supreme Court tstlcs William O. Douglas addressed some 130 ...„.....gjjcl accountants at the Monte Carlo P.c'.c], cnalyring the Near East and American leadership there. Also durina mid-month, Miami's youth groups Momentarily pat aside the news of their elders iy announcing that the Southern Region of Junior Hcdassch hcd held a meeting in Atlanta. Georgia, and that Mr*. Gerald P. Soltz. of this t.:y, was principal speaker. As well. February Ihe month which saw nation-wide launchina Miami Beach cf the United Jewish Appeal r.:ive, with speakers Eddie Cantor, William RoCnwald and Edward Warburg. While on the pcth, Mount Sinai Hospital, suffering a S253.000 Lefici! incurred from its expanding program, sponItc.cd c second Annual Jubilee, featuring Ed SulI vcn. The day which made 1952 a leap year. Febl.-ary 2S:h. broke the story that $11,341,000 had lieen collected during the initial national UJA I.T.eet on the Beach the week before, while CJA's Metropolitan Division announced its plans for an Innovation, its Caravan Tour for workers of MiI'mi's principal agencies which would receive r.r.ds from the Appeal's proceeds. A bond-spon[ciied BIG DAY followed a week later and heard principal addresses from Israeli's Minister of [labor Golda Myerson and Congressman FrankpaD. Roosevelt, Jr. This Stars Over Israel Purim Fiesta preceded c National Torah Tour that came to Miami one week later, as well a3 the Kickoff Breakfast of a city-wide canvass for funds to meet the needs of seven local agencies here and forty overseas organizations. Rabbi Irving Miller, of Long Island, I New York, and subsequently elected president of 'he Zionist Organization of America, spoke at I the morning affair held in the Hibiscus Lodge. Brotherhood Week long gone. North Dade's Residents continued its spirit when the Jewish Center there and the Saint Paul Methodist Church ;cined hands to engage in combined social activ.:'Subsequently, as' an aspect" of the search ititroot' bigotry,. \he American Jewish Comee-' founded its44th chapter here! Early April saw the reorganization of Miami's .jrael Bond officialaom. Dr. Morm Goodman retired from his office as chairman with a four-man leadership council composed of Max Orovitz, Sam Blank. Carl Weinkle and Sam Friedland, assuming the responsibilities as co-chairmen. The National Council of Jewish Women's Thrift and Workshop, mindful of its charges as it had been at the opening of the Hebrew Year 5712. launched another collection for household articles to be reworked and sold by them. On the fourth of that month, Mount Sinai Hospital announced the appointment of Dr. Aubrey Henry, Negro physician, marking the first time in the history of the South that staff privileges in a voluntary, white hospital were accorded to a member of his race. Also making medical news was the University of Miami, when Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president, announced the opening of its new medical school and requirements for admission. The passive picketing of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center heralded the arrival of mid-April. Passover and a local commemoration of the Ninth Anniversary of the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. Almost simultaneously, the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America met in Orlando, with local leaders attending the sessions there. Israel R. Goodman, scheduled to speak at the Regional Convention, died exactly nine days earlier at his Beach residence following a long illness. The last week of April appeared to be a virtual State of Israel coup, when Miami's Jewish community, in cooperation with the American Christian Palestine Committee, celebrated the Fourth Anniversary of the infant democracy's independence. Pierre Van Paassen addressed a ma?s rally ct Flamingo Park. And two days later. Dr. Morris Goodman was honored at a Bond Dinner in recognition of hi3 work as chairman of the Independence Issue here. The affair was marked by a firey address by Jerusalem Post publisher, Gershon Agrom. On May 4th, the Coral Gables Jewish Center broke ground for an addition to its building, while Outstanding Citizens Award winners Mrs. Fred Ravlin and I>. Bowman F. Ashe were publicly recognized, following citation awarded the week previous by a committee under the aegis of Joseph Lipton. The Hebrew Academy, on the heels of the Coral Gables Jewish Center expansion proqram, announced the purchase of a new site at 44th Street and Chase Avenue, for the erection of a building that would accomedate 500 pupils. And as orgenized education here prepared for the summer recess, the Bureau of Jewish Education reported the appointment of Benjamin Meyers as its new president. Zionist youth groups, coordinated by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, told of the appointment of Harry Sonz as chairman at mid-Month, while the North Shore Jewish Center floated a Building Bond issue in the sum of S75.000, to redesign and complete its new quarters. On Sunday, May 25th, the Jewish Social Service Bureau met for brunch at the Shelbome Hotel, held its 32nd Annual Meeting and discussed the relationship between JSSB, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Community Chest. Federation met at its own Annual Affair three days later and heard Dr. Jorge GarciaGranados. former delegate to the UN from GuateIsrael's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett appeared in the Dade County Auditorium on June 'v&ia -< %  1st.Marking hie ffrst visjKh*>was^' massive Bond nV, during the caurs&J^hich MT. Shar; ; %  ; %  +* ett characterized ther^^r^ftS-tour-year history and appealed for mo^'lSfiisive American-Jewish support, while m'# Tinff summer-month of the year 5712 also saw the announcement by local leaders R. W. Apte and Samuel C. Levenson of the fulfillment of Miami's $75,000 quota for the Yeshiva University Medical School, the opening of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's summer camps and the election of Miami Beach's Seymour B. Liebman to the National Executive Council of the Zionist Organization of America at its 55th Annual Convention in New York City. A promise to probe the wave of terrorism directed against Synagogues that had opened th Hebrew Year 5712, was made early in July. Officials who turned silent since the last effon at Hialeah reported that a Federal Grand Jury would enter into a complete investigation. At mid-month, Miami became the official center for the Israel Bond Issue in the State of Florida. And, as only several weeks before when Jewish education centers announced their plans regarding expansion, integration and ever bigger and better curricula, so too did they, at that time, send out announcements about Fall registration schedules. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center served notice of its enrollment dates on the week of July 11th, as children of the area played in the city's camps or in the many vacation spots cf surrounding states, oblivious of classrooms and teachers and texts. The summer moved on with the coming and going of Miamians. The Miami Beach Symphonette received its charter and then sought supporters. The Hebrew Academy Drive, under the cegis cf Rabbi David Shapiro, announced the acquisition of 100 new members. By the last days of thct month, the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center made known its progresr in completing the Center Building, while activities en the new Beth David Synaaogue extension, begun the first day of the month before, continued feverishly. On August 1st, of the Hebrew Year 5712, haobi Shmarychu Swirsky ennounced the forme tion ci the Beth El Academy, Miami's first all-day school. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center brought to a conclusion negotiations with its employees for a union contract begun mWmonth of April. By late August, the city seemed quiet in its summer slumber, except for regular announce ments from day camps and nurseries here. Th': Southeast Region cf United Synagogue Youth had met in its first Leaders Training Institute to provide members with the opportunity of acquiring skills and knowledge for their club activities during the year. On August 29th, a joint statement was issued by Mount Sinai Hospital and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, promising inteqrated planning and consultation between the institutions in all future programs involving the hospita. It took September's reports of the return ot vacationing Rabbis, of the meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education, the addition of instructors to Hebrew School faculties, schedules of registration and the sale of Hiqh Holy Day seats hero to indicate that the Hebrew Year 5712 was drawing to a close. Thus do we record some of the highlights of a busy year. Pondering the future, we look forward to a new year of progress in all arecs or endeavor and underscore the traditional prayer for health, happiness and peace for all mankind. ROSH HASHANAH ~ ft i tin* *MW p ubliiBed ivory Friday sine* M -,,/ Jewi,h F'oridion at 120 N. E. ••.. Miami IS, Fiona*. En Vki3 .. un ,w nd th JWII i,'inVi y M ""b#r of th. j..,in fatsW. '""' &,v n Art '"tor* tat'•" i .. Ed,tor, Aaoociatio*. ft—rl. I...IT. oe, ,lon 01 English-MwM FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Ntwa Editor OFFICE and PLANT }20 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1952 VOLUME 25 NUMBER 38 ELUL 29, 5712 Free Sons Of Israel Initial social meeting of the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons ot Israel, will be held on Thursday, September 25th, 8:15 p.m., at the Kneseth Israel Congregation. Miss Edna Feinberg, president, will conduct a moving picture tour of Europe, taken this summer while on her vacation. Emma Lazarus Chapter Holds Bunco Party Emma Lazarus Chapter. B'nai B'rith, will hold a Bunco Party and Diaper Show to aid new-ton infants in Israel on Tuesday September 23rd. 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Colonial Hotel. Program chairman is Miss Betty Robbins, assisted by tne Misses Mina Litman and Rose and Mildred Pesacov. Form New Youth Group At Hialeah Jewish Center Announcement was made early this week by Miss S. RFast; ol the formation of the Hialean-Mi, ami Springs Young Adult Group. The Group meets on Tuesday evenings, 8:15 p.m., at the Center 951 East 4th Avenue, Miss : Fast said. Members are between [ the ages of 18 and 28. In charge of transportation is M.ss Harriet • Lebowi tz. 88-8235. Jewish Schools Open Third Semester Here The Haym Solomon Jewish Children Schools opened their theird semester in Miami and Milami Beach, it was announced early this week. Registration is opened at 429 Lenox Avenue. Severn Lively Arts To Meet Friends of The Seven Lively Arts w;ll meet for the group's third meeting under the direction of Chaim Rose on Sunday evening. September 21st, 8 p.rru, at 214—11th Street, Miami Beach. Miss Judith Youngerman will appear in a dance recital followed by explanatory discussion. Also scheduled on the program is Harrv Simonhoff. attorney, author and traveler, who will discuss his book currently being prepared for publication. Women Play Cards I The Women's Club of Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, will I hold "a card party on Tuesday. September 23rd. 8 p.m., at 25 Washington Avenue, according to :Mrs. I. Spivack, publicity chair'man. Beth David Yom Kippui Social Night Set For 29th The Beth David Sisterhood will hold its second annual Post Holi!day Social at the Synagogue on j Yom Kippur night, September j 29th, 9 p.m. In charge of the affair are the Mesdames Samuel Plotkin and Murry Kossman. There will be dancing to ihr j music of Steve Kessler and hi* orchestra. Labor Zionists Meet The Labor Zionist Council of Greater Miami recently held a 1 Planning Committee meeting at I the home of Mrs. David Friedman. Delegates of each of the six affiliated groups were present, with discussion highlighting a projected Sukkoth Celebration scheduled for Sunday evening, October 5th, at the Hibiscus Lodge Hall.



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!" — )AYi SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 •• Jewish Fhrktian PAGE 7 A eatings for a Most Happy L Prosperous New Year 0uI Many Friends and uaintances NAT and BOB BERNSTEIN Our Patrons and Friends Happy New Year and MRS. JOE WENGER \tti end Fertiliser Supplies 523 N.E. 125th STREET NORTH MIAMI A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons T K Transfer Co. 3752 N.W. 46th STREET MIAMI PHONE 64-3016 Tom Karaganis |To AH • %  A Most Happy New Year .1. ,4. Beauty Salon, inc. Mrs. I. O. Brown 11460 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 5-2125 A Happy and Prosperous New Tear To All Our Friends and Patrons Klein Wholesale Toys 1412 • 20th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-4166 Dorothy Klein A Happy New Year Monarch Auto Seat Cover & Top Co. N.W. 7th Ave. and 36th St MIAMI PHONE 3-5137 judge vincent c. qiblin Cadet Apte To Solo Next Week Naval Air Cadet Stuart C. Apte has been graduated from the Ptnsacola Navy Pre-Flight School. Sent to Whiting Field for flight training, Apte is expected to solo next week. Following his qualification as a jet pilot, he will return to Pensacola to receive his wings. Next step orr Apte's flying agenda is further instruction at Corpus Cristie, Texas. A former student at the University of Miami and Mexico City College, he is a graduate of Gordon Military College, Barnesville, Georgia. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Apte, 435 SW 31st Road, Miami. TIP-TOP SUPER MARKET. Inc. TIP* TOP SUPER MARKET^27 N.W. 5th STREET fThe F:ncst Foodstuffs the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Keystone Tourist Court and Trailer Sales 6307 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 7-9308 George W. Lasche Our Best Wishes To All For The New Year Southern Garden* Nursery 1515 Ludlum Drive Miami Springs. Ha. Mrs. Rubin m m I m m m I | I GREETINGS Attention Mr. Apartment House Owner. Motel Owner. Hotel Owner. Architect. Builder. Home Owner! We have just opened a new store adjoining our old one. Come in and see our new line of refrigerators, freezers, water coolers, air^ondmoners. electrical appliances, gas and electric stoves, and water heaters. Once you have seen our stock, there is no need to go elsewhere. JACKSOK REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 721 5th STREET 584)665 MIAMI BEACH. FLA. WE ALSO RENT REFRIGERATORS • %  v.T..'?..5r,.Ts:,.5r^:4.^:v..'5T..rs:..T5:5:w-'*" -" -" : *"• Mrs. Rubin Sureumbs At 79 Mrs. Rachael Rubin, age 79, of 1219 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, died last Thursday afternoon at her home. She and her husband, pioneer Miamiams, came here in 1927. M r s. Rubin was a member of the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Hadassah and Pioneer Women. She is survived by her husband, Isidor who was head of the editorial staff of the Few York Jewish Day for 33 years, and four daughters, Mrs. Lester Leff, Daytona Beach; Mrs. Monrie Guggenheim, Mrs. Samuel Leiner and Mrs. Samuel Leiner, all of Miami Beach. Mrs. Rubin also leaves two sons, Dr. Henry Rubin, Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey and Homestead, Florida, and A. J. Rubin, Miami Beach. Obituaries I..IL.L.Y JAtKlO 68 of 540 SW 33th Avenue, jiassed away lust Sunday. A resident here for !h past four yearn. shel survived by two suns. Samuel and Louis, both of Miami, and a slater services were in the Gordon Funeral I'hapel. with intermenton Mount Nebo csmetsn %  T1L.I.IK 80UNBIDBB 80. of 600 Altara Avenue, Coral t.ables, died in a lociil hospital last Friday She is survived by a dauRhter. Mrs Nettie Uaum. two brothers, Mayer and Jacob Totkman. two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Ttein.iins were sent to New York t'itv for services and interment by the Gorton Funeral Hom e. § m H w M m N R M H H H M W Takes this oeeasion to wish his many iriends A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROM S NEW YEAR To All Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year Overseas Transportation Co., Inc. INSURED BONDED SERVICE TO THE KEYS Phone 3-3615 236 S.W.N. RIVER DRIVE THE MIAMI BEACH BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH announces the following es the ONLY live poultry markets and kosher butcher shops under its supervision on Miami B-aach. POULTRY MARKETS White Rose Market. Berman Bros.. 87^ Washington A re Gultmans Market. Guttman b Lapof 325 Collins Ave. Sam Elgison Live Poultry Market. 320 Collins Ave. BUTCHER SHOPS White Rose Market. H. Fedor, 87 Washington Ave. Empire Market. 204 First St. Merlins Market. Harry Nierenberg. 320 Collins Ave. Guttman's Market. Heller & Marshak. 325 Collins Ave. Sullivan County Market. Harry Smith. 618 Collins Ave. Sol Kahlenberg's Meat Market. 806 6th St. Michigan Food Center. Sam Berlin. 531, Michigan Ave. Washington Ave. Food Center. Char.*s Reichenthal. 1051 Washington Ave. Trachtenberg's Market. 1323 Washington Ave. Whitman's Market. Whitman & Pores. 1325 Washington Ave. Beach Food Center. Jack Pomerants. 1421 Washington Ave. Penn-Way. Sam Melnick. 1447 Diaxel Ave. Crown Market. L. Rakear. 1122 15th Si. Community Food Center. Jerry Deutch & Al Levenson. 451 Normandy Market. H. Goldberger. 1171 Everglades Concourse. Norn-3ndy Isle Oceansidj Market. Julius Kotick. 7451 Collins Ave. Miami Poultry Markets Under Supervision For Beach Trade A.A. Poultry Market. Adler & Abrams. 315 N.W. 5th St. Fifth Si. Poultry Market. H. Elgison. 147 N.W. 5ih St. Adler's Poultry Market. Mermelsiein. 1832 S.W. 8th Si. The above are the ONLY (hop* (il'ARANTKKI) by the Vaad Hakashrulh These are supervised (-.instantly and thoroughly by experienced supervisors to assure you of TRULY KOSHER meat afl youRw. We guarantee only such poultry as bears the BJC foot rings. These are Brooi of slaughter by recognised and supervised -. ho, btlm The Miami lleach Beth Jacob Vaad Haknshruth enters its thirteenth year of i:KAl. KA8HRUTH SUPBRVIMON wishing the entire comniunlt) a kosher. Peaceful and Happy New Teat For Any Kashruth Information, Communicate with RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Executive Director DR. M. J. SAFRA, Kashruth Chairman 311 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-S1M ,i W$P



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RIDAY SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 • Jew I si)HcrkHan PAGE 3 B \e New Stale's "Wild West" m Negev, it has been said, is A in Dlav a role in Israel *5ft£ arage 1350 PALM AVENUE HIALEAH Phone 88-9317 Frank Gibbs the plains of the Negev, a hero died for you." It is not, however, these romantic analogies which arc thought of when comparison of the Negev to the American West is projected. The reference is rather to the economic revolution which the exploitation of the West brought about. In the West were the cattle ranges, the gold mines and the oil which made America rich. The Negev, last area of Israel to be developed, bids fair to play a similar role. The two keys to this future are mineral treasures and irrigation. For hundreds of years, Califor,nia had been owned by Spain and then by Mexico, but it was not until Americans began coming into California that gold was discovered. And it was not until the Jews came into the Negev, little more than four years ago, that copper, kaolin and phosphates were discovered. When the Israelis were singing about their soldiers' dying in the Negev, the presence of this underground wealth had not yet been revealed. Surveys made with Israel Bond money disclosed this wealth, and American Jews who bought Israel Bonds have the satisfaction of knowing that their money provided the means for the preparatory work which will soon yield its harvest of dollars for Israel. But the mineral resources of the Negev are only part of the potential in this area. The Negev includes 40 percent of the land of Israel. In 1930, a British Commission, headed by Sir John Simpson, pointed to the vast agricultural possibilities of the area: "Given the possibility of irrigation, there is probably an inexhaustible supply of cultivable land in the Beersheba area," said the report. It is known what irrigation did for our own American West. The Mormons were first to use irrigation in the United States, transforming what was believed to be a desert into highly fruitful land. The Newlands Act, passed by Congress in later years, and many other governmental acts, have been responsible for adding vast areas to agriculture through irrigation. Irrigation financed by Israel Bonds will bring the waters of the Yarkon to the thirsty lands of the Negev for the first time this coming year. Water is also being found in the Negev in the same way that Abraham found it — by digging. But the drilling of today is, of course, accomplished with scientific instruments unknown in the lifetime of the Patriarch. It is an interesting fact that, at the recent world conference on desert research held in Jerusalem, to which more than 40 nations sent representatives, the Negev was hailed as an example of what might be accomplished with many desert areas. The difference between a desert and a garden is usually just one thing — water. When one remembers that approximately one-third of the world is desert land, the accomplishments in the Negev made possible by Israel Bond investments, may have results of global proportion. GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK S10 Langford Bldg. PHONE 9-4747 A Happy New Year To All Our Friend* and Patrons Zarra nance Studio 8363 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 89-7103 Nick Zarra A HAPPY HEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP 2185 S.W. 1st Street MIAMI PHONE 2-7857 Devon Matell A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Sailiiv Xalhan BEAUTY SHOP 1638 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-9294 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Congress Beauty Salon CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 2-0611 Miss Florence A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS Walter McLean & Son IEW E LER S CONGRESS BLDG. Phone 82-2181 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Alliambra Laundromat 12175 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI Phone 7-6000 Adolph Glazar A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons BENSON PHARMACY, Inc. 1444 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH d Phone 58-1112 George R. Stevens A Happy New Year To AU Our Friends and Patrons Jerry's Prescription Pharmacy 2237 CORAL WAY MIAMI Phone 48-2894 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Godfrey Perell Auction Galleries, Inc. 6756 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 86-1879 # %  The City of MIAMI BEACH wishes to extend to the Jewish citizenry of this area best wishes for a happy and prosperous New" Year. A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Chapman's Pharmacy 581 N.E. 125th STREET Phone 7-4778 Fred Chapman



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flDAY. SEPTEMBER 1.9. 1952 • •Jaristi ihrkttao PAGE 7 G IflCE MARKS AGREEMENT SIGNING Con tmed from Preceding Page) [ ra between Israel and the FedK g Republic of Germany is ftuTin the annals of internatffl relations. Our memory is TLimted by the campaign of lllnnSiatlon carried on by tceVman National .Socialist refee against the Jewish people m Rich were destroyed two out of I three Jews in Europe and te out of every three throughout "Tnt>ie consciousness of our hnnl? this fearful thought retains open. Indeed, it is imposing to conceive of an atonement lr millions of innocent lives cut fawn and for torments so wanfnlv inflicted. %  Together with all civilized unkind we can only hope that evil spirit which produced ese horrors has been exercised tr ever from the soul of the Gerlan nation. Today we are faced Tith a tremendous departure. The federal Republic of Germany has %  edged itself to make global refcn-pcr.se for part of the maIrial damage suffered by the fcwish people. This act of reparajon is of historical significance. [ was adopted in the exercise of jee will and in obedience with he call of moral responsibility. L educative value for the Gerlan people and its importance as a precedent in world history cannot be exaggerated. "The fulfillment of the obligation asumed will assist the growth and consolidation of the economy of Israel, a country which has absorbed such large numbers of fugatives from disaster and which keep its gates open for all persecuted Jews so that they no longer fall helpless victims to blind hatred and dark prejudice. "By honoring its undertaking to Israel and the Jewish people, the Federal Republic of Germany will tangibly demonstrate its determination to redress in some measure a wrong committed. Thereby it will also be given a chance of making a distinctive contribution to the establishment of law and justice in human society ." Syria Protest! Syrian diplomatic envoys in West Germany have submitted a note to the Office of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer protesting GerI many reparations payments to Is| rael, it was announced in Bonn. The note described the payments "subsidies." The note will be considered along with other protests and a reply given within a few weeks, a Government spokesman said. He declared that these protests would not influence payment of reparations to Israel. The German Order of Templars, which had large colonies in Palestine, including Sarona and Wilhelma, seized by Israel in 1948, has filed with the government a statement of its claims against the Israel Government. Israel has agreed to negotiate these claims with the West German Government. Supplementary Agreement Israel and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany signed supplementary agreements in New York last week on implementation of reparations agreements signed in Luxemburg with West Germany and covering payment by Israel to the Conference of the $107,000,000 being paid by West Germany to Israel in settlement of the Conference's claims Ambassor Abba S. Eban signed the agreement for Israel, and it was signed for the Conference by Jacob Blaustein. president of the American Jewish Committee; Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith; Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress; and Adolph Held, president of the Jewish Labor Committee. The agreement will be submitted to the Conference's policy committee on which all 22 member organizations are represented, at its next meeting, September 24th. At that time, the policy committee will begin working out plans for the distribution of the Conference's share of the reparations. A statement issued by the Conference praesidium at the signing reads: "The signing of the agreement s in Luxemburg and New York marks the close of a significant stage of the joint effort of Israel and the Conference to obtain Germany's recognition of its obligation to discharge Jewish material claims against Germany. Both the Government of Israel and the Jewish organizations throughout the world had long and jointly labored to rebuild the shattered lives of multitudes of Hitler's victims, and the agreement is an important contribution toward that end." Ambassador Eben, in a statement for his government, declared in part: "The signing of the agreements in Luxemburg will strengthen the general belief in the power of justice. Germany has acknowledged her responsibility for the crimes committed against the Jewish people." Goethe University To Teach Hebrew Courses FRANKFURT, (JTA)—Hebrew courses for beginners and others were introduced last week at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University here. The director of the courses is Dr. Joachim Gensichen. Jewish Library Posts Schedule For Mtorrowing The Central Jewish Library now offers a new service to the community of Greater Miami. The Library will be open two evenings a week for the circulation of books, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 p.m., to 9:30 p.m., beginning October 7th. Books may also be borrowed every week-day from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and from 1:30 p.m., to 5 p.m., under the new arrangement. Supervision of the cirulation of books has now been undertaken as one of the projects of the local chapter of the Council of Jewish Women, with Mrs. Florence Gordon as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Harold Zeeman and Mrs. Harold Dacky. Morris Honigbaum will also assist in the evening schedule. Cataloging of the 4.000 volumes in English, Hebrew and Yiddish has now been completed under the direction of Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman of the Library Committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Library is located in the Bureau of Jewish Education Building, 135 NW 3rd Avenue, Miami. cJo Cill \A/e Say Ci JTlvst (Happy I lew year Mr. end Mrs. Eli Einbinder and Daughters Wish All Their F.iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR | Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR [lr. and Mrs. Sigmund Eisenberg Wish All Their F: lends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Leon Elkin and Family Wish All Their r i nds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and Daughter, Sandra Wish All Their F.iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fliegler and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer and Children Henry, Minna Lea and Joseph Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Frankel and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ersoff and Family Wish All Their r'iends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Philip Fahrer nd Daughters, Clare and Janet Wish All Their %  %  iends and Relatives .A_ HAPPY NEW YEAR I Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg end Daughter, Gail Wish All Their '-lends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Felt ^35 Collins Avenue =nd Their Children anHrt nd Mrs Saul *>•• and Daughter, Ellen Gale '-M37 Monica, Detroit Wish All Their '•iends and Relatives __jAHAPPy NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. Solomon J. Freedman and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg and Children. Barbara and Edwin Wish AU Their Friends ariH Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser and Children Leonard. Teri and Robert Wish AH Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldberg and Son, Elliott Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. MUton Gaynor and Mother. Bessie Gaynor Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Yetta Geier and Daughters, Florence and Blossom Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR lit Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Daughter. Rachel and Son. Albert Wish All Their r,'f n £ s and Relatives AHAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet and Family. Mother 8c Saul Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. bring Genet and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR^ Mrs. Morris Gershon and Miss Polly Gershon Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldberg and Family 324 S.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Charles Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Frier ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich B. Z., Jack and Jill Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lillian and Esther Goodman 7127 Bay Drive Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Emanuel Gordon and Family Wish AU Their Frier ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and Family Wish AU Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman and Daughters Dawn, Cynthia and Pamela Wish AU Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg and Sons. Moses J. and Saul Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurkey and Children Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seliger Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Holtzman and Family Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hutner Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman and ChUdren, Gail and Ira Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR I Rev. and Mrs. S. Guttman and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker and Family Wish All Their Frierds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Halperin Wish AU Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Samuel N. Halpert and Family Wish All Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon and Family Wish All Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gottlieb 9233 Byron Avenue, Surfside Wish AU Their Frierds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr and Mrs. Max P. Feld and Family Wish AU Their /"ends and Relatives .A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe.ph M. Fine Wish All Their /"ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertman and Paul. Dickie and Susan Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Getiug and Family Wish AU Their Frierds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George A. Graham and Sons, Michael, Lee and Jon Wish All Their Frierds rnd Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg • and Family Wish AU Their Frierds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hammer and Family Wish All Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hayden and ChUdren, Ellye and Buddy Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Hess and Children, Louise and Jay Wish All Their Frier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind and Son, Paul Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind Tobie. Lorraine and Barney Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes and Son. Seymour Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A H APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman 318 21st Street Wish All Their Friends end Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner and Sons, Richard and Lewis Wish AU Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kanlor Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan and Children Herbert and Barbara Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Vi ml



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A y SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 *Jenisti ncrM&n PAGE 7P nUB MANY FRIENDS te EXTEND BEST WISHES |£,RA HAPPY NEW YEAR lark BParker Sales Co. •TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Distributor Candies and Peanut Butter Sendwichea, Potato Chips RICCIO'S Ion the 79th Street Causeway "NEW" Blue Grass Room Lounge Open 'Til 5 A.M. Plune 7-9555 GREETINGS TO ALL I JUDGE MARSHALL C. WISEHEART CIRCUIT COURT Dade County Court House A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons \vv-l -Drive, Inc. 1C31 • 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7029 Samuel Feingold SEASONS GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Arenue PHONE 3-3163 A Hippy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Edifth'H II iv Cleaners 2715 N.W. 79th STREET MIAMI Phone 89-6916 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Advance Press, Inc. CREATIVE PRINTERS 152 S.W. Ut STREET MIAMI Phone 2-6014 A. B. Carter, Pres. To All ... A Most Happy New Year PHONE 88-1486 WESTBROOK MOTORS • Wrecker Service • Expert Body and Fender Repairing • Painting and Glass Work • Mechanical Work 1759 PALM AVENUE HIALEAH. FLORIDA The Sili trsmiih Maken Homeware HAPPY HEW YEAR TinHnntington llletlical Building For Office Space Please Call Building Manager—3-2330 / MALTOftS AGENTS A HAPPY \EW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIEHDS AND PATRONS Biscayne Terrace Heauty Salon 340 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 82-5944 Joy Stanton, Prop. SINCERE WISH2S 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 Even silverware is now being produced in Israel as part of the expansion of all elements of the country's economy. The current expansion of Israel's industries is a result of American investments through the $500.000.000 State of Israel Bond Issue. Shown above is a workman plating silver spoons at the Michsaf plant. New Year: A Look Forward In accordance with hallowed traditions, the High Holy Days are an occasion for all to take stock of the spiritual and material changes that have taken place in men's lives, as Jews and as Americans, during the Year 5712. It is only natural, while one utilizes the Rosh Hashona season to reasses both failures and progress during the 12 months that have come to a close, that or.e should also feel a special sense of kinship at this time with the Jewish pioneers of Israel whose lives have been so arduous and trying. The people of Israel are not looking back during the Holy Days; rather, they are looking forward with confidence to what the year 5713 will bring. Judging by the remarkable economic progress that has been made in Israel since the inception of the State of Israel Independence Bond drive last year, together with the discovery of rich mineral resources through explorations financed by Bond dollars, the builders of the young nation have every right to face the New Year with confidence. One of the greatest assets, whose worth has become apparent during the past year, is the firm partnership with American Jewry that has been forged through the Israel Bond Issue. The demonstration of American confidence in Israel's economic future that has been evidenced by investment in the Bond Drive has given the people of Israel renewed assurance that American participation in their ambitious planning will continue during the year that lies ahead. American Jewry can take justified pride in the accomplishments that its participation in Israel's economic progress has made possible during the past year. But, like the people of Israel, it must look forward as well as backward. It is no exaggeration to say that the fate of Jews in Israel hinges on the extent to which American Jewry is willing to accept its responsibilities as partners in the historic struggle for the economic independence of Israel. Let all face the year 5713 with humility and modesty, but with confidence that they shall be able to enlarge the scope of the greatest single task that has ever faced them—the maintenance of an increasing flow of investment capital to the builders of Israel by their purchases of Israel Bonds. To All ... A Most Happy New Year CHARLES W. HALE, SR. COMMERCIAL CASUALTY INSURANCE CO. 2012 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS Dade-Commonweal th Bldg. 139 NE. let STREET MIAMI Phone 9-5609 Quenttn Lambert Mar. clones & Son AUTHORIZED THERMO-KING SERVICE 24-Hour Service 1335 N. W. 21st Street Phones 82-3305 — 64-5659 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Miami Beach Awning Co. Bert J. Reilly, Owner — H. F. (Tex) Goodman. Manager SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND FOR HOME OR BUSINESS 1125 Fifth Stiet Phone 5-7345 Miami Beach Happy Holiday Greetings from Myer Friedman and the Entire Staff oi ^a.jk Z=^ ay on HOTEL POOL • CASANA ClUB A rUll BIOCK ON TNI OCIAN MOM 31nd TO 33rd %V%. MIAMI BEACH (OMrllTIlT AIR CONDITION!* THE WORLD'S FINEST GREETINGS DRAKE A DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service 3825 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2021 HURRICANE SALES CO. WHOLESALE It COMMISSION YELLOW PINE LUMBER & HARDWOODS General Manager 7U7 N Wi 5th Court WM. B. (BUSTER) KEETON phone ^.^ Box 1M5 Res. 66 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phone 48-1631 Miami. Florida 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. 27tn Avenue BEST WISHES TO ALL WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU 2025 West Flagler Street 1245 S. W. 22nd Street 29State Highway. South Miami



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5AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 • 'Je*isi)florid inn PAGE 1C IUPPV New Year To AH Lr Friends and Patrons I John B. Stok interior Decorator 1731 Coral Way Phone 48-1280 a happy new year from designing lady, inc 9481 hording avenue suriside interiors A HqPPV New Year To All My Friends D R. DANIEL N. HORNE Pacific Building Miami Iphonc 2-2514 phone 86-1221 To Upbuilding Oi An Arid i^and A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Surfside Gulf Service Station 9401 HARDING AVENUE Phone 86-2324 FRANK AYLOR IIAI'I V M;\\ VEAR TO AT.I II FRIENDS tfEDELMAN FAMILY |York Studio. York Towers and Rosemont Hotel Happy New Year To All Our F::ends and Patrons Winierhaven Hotel 14C2 Ocean Drive Miami Beach. Fla. Phone 5-5571 Happy New Year To All Our Fiiends and Patrons loyal Palm Hotel 1545 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-7381 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS George S. Levenson, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE 1681 ALTON ROAD Phone 5-5351 GEORGE S. LEVENSON JAMES D. LEVENSON HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM MR. CARLTON J. COMBS of the COMBS MANUFACTURING CO. L American Jews can help Israel change the face of Us landscape and renew the hopes of hundreds of thousands of immigrants. These workmen, with their American-made tools, shown abore. are typical of the changes — changes brought about with funds raised through the United Jewish Appeal. SECRET OF THY ITS A Hap];. New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Frederick T. Hank 102C 71st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 86-5706 A Happy New Year To All Out Friends and Patrons |<>forfffM MUenoft Srhool of Railet "1 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABLES Phone 48-5462 (Continued from Preceding Page) barley, three feet high and covering 175,000 acres! Imagine it! A bumper crop in the Negev! Once more the Lord had seen fit to show the secrets of His ways to us. I have seen the thousands upon thousands entering our land from countries where they knew only fear, and some said, "We will never be able to feed them, to house them, to find work for them." What a way to talk! Some people, no matter how many miracles they witness, no matter how many prophecies come true before their eyes, cannot believe that the future will bring more good things. But I know this: it takes work to make a prophecy come true. We, of Israel, did not sit back and wait for the liberation of our land. In fact we had to fight for it. and the memory of the bloodshed of war is still vivid in my mind. And it took all our strength, all our courage and many sacrifices to hold the gates of our country open to the homeless when it seemed as if all the world were marcing to Israel to stay. And the barley yield in the desert did not come about through wishing. It was the farmers, who came down from the north to sow the grain and make something out of nothing, who were responsible for that. So do not misunderstand me when I speak of miracles. It is men who are the magicians, and their wonders are accompanied by the wielding of the plough, not the waving of a wand. I am reminded now of something else. What happened in the Negev was not our work alone. One can trace the cause of that bumper crop across continents and seas — to far America, where men read of our aims and resolved to help us. Without ever planting a seed, they helped make possible the fields of grain through the United Jewish Appeal. That is only one thing. Oh, the desert is stirring now. One can almost hear the centuries turning in their sleep. With help from America, we can do so much. In recent months we have been able to bring new settlers into the Negev, to set up villages for them and begin build(Continued on Next Page) A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS LINCOLN INSTITUTE 1213 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-3548 MR. AND MRS. LEON BERG AND SON GILBERT Southern Fruit Shippers OF ALL WORTH-WHILE THINGS 739 WASHINGTON AVE. EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS FOR A NEW YEAR THAT BRINGS A SPECI AL GOOD MEASURE LONG~D7STANCE~MCV"ING — New York Chicago Los Angeles PART,LOADS DIRECT SERVICE We Own and Operate Our Own Fleet of Moving Vans PHONE 3-0625 FOR ESTIMATE AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE 2125 N.W. 1st COURT A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS DOCTORS' CLINICAL LABORATORY 1004 HUNTINGTON BUILDING MIAMI Phone 3-6553 H. W. Hamilton. Medical Technologist A Happy New Yr To All 0l Friend* and Patrons Josef-s Pastry Shop 44 < • 4hi St., Miami Beach llMft Ph ne S852M I ra Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach Phone 86-1523 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons CHASE DRY CLKANKRS 423 Vi N.W. 24th ST.. MIAMI Phone 2-B862 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS JACK KIM**, me &ne>, ERIORS f 1666 ALTON ROAD Phone 58-0371 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ZION FOOD CENTER 1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Phone 5-3418 PHILIP ROMER SAM SUSSMAN A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FLAMINGO DRESS SHOP 818 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4901 ttfc~*



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)AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 +Jewisti Fkridhur n i PAGE 11 D m HEW TEAR TO ALL mfUENPS AND PATRONS \rene 9 Re**tv Salon 1921 S.W. 27th Avenue MIAMI Phone 4-2090 lifer Personal Supervision of IRENE NIELSEN Mr. and Mrs. I,PO Mieiner nd daughter Joyce Extend greeting* to all their friends for a very Kappy New Year [rIArPr HEW TEAR TO ALL IK FRIENDS A\D PATRONS ACE BEAUTY SALON |218 7th St.. Miami Beach Phone 5-7031 HILDA'S 23rd St., Miami Beach Phone 58-5175 HILDA'S • 1627 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach Phone 58-5932 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PLANTATION FOODS Inc. VELDA ICE CREAM "SMOOTH AS VELVET" 500 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE Phone — Dial 81. then Dial 6-3511 I FRUITFUL '52 MONTEREY fOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2031 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 I Club & Casino Equipment |A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons I ales Drug Store 519 N.W. 42nd Avenue MIAMI hone 48-7366 L. C. Tate S. OKOUNEFF and Family 126 S.W. 16th Ave. wish the President. Officers -nd members of CONGREGATION BETH-EL A Happy New Year I N EW YEAR GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY (Continued from Precedino; Page} new nation as its first Finance Minister. The controversy over the status of Jerusalem between Israel and other countries was not ended as 5712 drew to a close. There was resentrhent in United Nations circles over the announced intention of Israel to move its Foreign Ministry to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. There were sppradic outbursts of anti-Semitic violence during the year in Miami, Florida, and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where Synagogues were bombed, while in Santa Monica, California, a Los Angeles suburb, the local paper accused the Jewish Community Center of offering a platform to left-wingers who, it said, are "hostile to the American system of free enterprise." Nevertheless, the general picture indicated an increase of good-will and friendly cooperation between Jews and Christians in this country. Jews and Christians offered iheir Synagogues and Churches to each other for public worship, fought together for civil rights legislation and cooperated in many ways for the general public welfare. In internal Jewish affairs, the Maclver report was the subject of some sharp controversy between leaders of various Jewish organizations. The recommendation in the report that Jewish organziations fighting prejudice coordinate their activities and make an end to duplication seemed to meet with the approval of Jewish welfare funds throughout the country and of all major national Jewish organizations except the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The controversy was headed for a showdown at the meeting of the National Community Relations Advisory Council early in September. During the year, American Jews raised some $250,000,000 for both overseas and domestic Jewish communal requirements. New synagogues and centers sprang up in various parts of the country as Jews moved more and more into the suburbs of large cities. Jewish cultural activities were widespread, though there were many complaints of lagging synagogue attendance. The one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Y. L. Peretz, famous Polish-Yiddish writer, was celebrated by Yiddish-speaking groups throughout the country, and a square on New York's East Side was named in his honor. At the same time, Dr. Abba Hillel A Hs PPy New Year To All 0ut Pricnds and Patroni ^•ylene studios D ANCING SCHOOL 73 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH 1 5 "7762 G. A. Spencer Silver declared that Jewish life in the USA will wither unless there is deeper faith and more learning. During the year, too, American Jews began to make preparations for the celebration in 1954 of the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in the United States, the three-hundredth anniversary of the landing of Jews in New Amsterdam, now Mew York. European Jews were asked to take part in the celebration. Among noted American Jews who died during the year were Sigmund Rombcrg, famed operetta composer; Jacob Landau, founder of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency; and Frank Atran, philanthropist, who before his death established a chair of Yiddish at Columbia University. Jewish life in Western Europe took on a normal aspect during 5712, as the DP camps in Germany and Austria were virtually liquidated. The Jewish population of Great Britain, close to half a million, saw little manifestations of anti-Semitism as their government became more cooperative and friendly toward the State of Israel. France with its 300,000 Jews, half of whom were centered in Paris, was not quite as free of anti-Semitic propaganda as was England. In both countries there were warnings by Jewish leaders against assimilationist tendencies on the part of Jews. In Holland, the Jewish population had declined from the pre-war figure of 160,000 to 27,000. In West Germany there were only 34,000 Jews. In the countries behind the Iron Curtain, Communist Russia and its satellites, whatever news of Jewish life there seeped through to the West, was depressing. In Russia, itself, Jewish culture was virtually non-existent, and all manifestations of an independent Jewish spiritual life outside of Synagogue services were sternly suppressed. In the satellite countries, Roumania, Hungary, Poland and Czechoslavakia, where half a million Jews were still said to reside, Jewish culture was in the process of liquidation. In those countries, too, Jews of middleclass origin were being constantly hounded, arrested and deported to labor camps. Even JewishCommunist leaders, who were suspected of Jewish nationalist [sympathies, were feeling the axe I of their totalitarian governments. Anna Pauker, former Foreign Minister of Roumania, and Rudolf Slonsky. Czechoslovak Communist leader, were only the outstanding examples of the elimination of Jews from Communist governments. TO ALL GREETINGS A.B.C. Plumbing Inc. PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 2035 N.W. 95th STREET PHONE 7-7962 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSAL PLACEMENT SERVICE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 10 MCALLISTER HOTEL ARCADE PHONE 9-4507 Frank F. Rathmell. Mar. TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN H. BARCLAY Tax Consultant 108 Giralda Ave. Accountant Phone 4-1683 LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER East Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge T O A L L A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. & MRS. SAM LACHMAN AND FAMILY OF THE DRAKE HOTEL 1460 Ocean Drive Phone 5-6681 CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND .LOAN ASSOCIATION 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 104 No. Krome Ave., Homestead A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL NEW, YEAR GREETINGS 5 months ahead of the nation 155 E. Flagler St\fbu Pont B/dg\p Miami



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! %  BAY, cFPTEMBER 19. 1952 Jmisfi fkrirli^n PAGE +1 E BUILD THEIR GREAT IDEA I, „,,/ from Page 8E) L gun World and Stoats. ZeiLp,, i se iy at 1 o'clock, as preluslv agreed, the officers and Libers of the committee met Philadelphia and other breth. ( vx abroad and at home, all Cited guestsat the Continental [.. rner Twentieth Street Broadway, where coaches ^ e jn waiting for the accomdatxn of the guests, to escort m arcund the city and park to inspect our Jewish charpie institutions. Ipreci-tly at 2 o clock, the par[|cft the hotel, in seven open ouches, and proceeded on their through Broadway, Fifth lenut. Central Park and around park. At 4 o'clock, the Jewish phan Asylum was reached, kere the children were all in | olroom arrayed in holiattire." j tSS ages of congratulations I. eived from the following: S. Giant, President of the lited States, and Governors of %  States %  :' Massachusetts, ConJcticut. Rhode Island and Maine. In the evening, the party prodded t( the Jones' Wood ColiXn ere the Orphan Asylum Ind played "the beautiful piece, chief." Supper was vie and "justice done to the iands after the fatigui : .1 the afternoon. Joy a festive spirit prevailed roughi ml the evening." Several bakers addressed the assem%  ge I '• r dinner. Later "in the jenir.c. : ire works were burned, I.: ..' :.il enjoyment prevailed. sevtn o'clock. Bernstein's |nd i T.menced to discourse music, and at nine block, dancing commenced and Intinuul until the morning, as | nnexed programme." From I i • ten thousand persons k • I'Ma;. •Golden Anniversary be its worthy successor. So mote it be. A$*jen." The activities of B'nai B'rith represent a cycle from the day it was born until the present. The very first project of B'nai B'rith rested on a basis of "intellectual advancement." Just imagine it — twelve men came together and their first undertaking was not anything of advantage to themselves but designed to educate the entire community. They founded a Public Library. Although B'nai B'rith has grown from 12 to 350,000 members, it is still being carried forward with the same kind of purpose. Now the early objective has been enlarged to develop in Jewish youth a well-balanced man or woman, a mature spiritual and social personality — an individual able to think creatively not in terms of self alone but of the community as well. The Order also fulfills early objectives striving to preserve the good name of the Jew and, in doing so, to fight the heroic battle of minorities everywhere for a better democracy. While, due to the dynamics of America, changes are rapid, the B'nai B'rith road is continuous and progressive. Therefore the historic achievements of B'nai B'rith, in general, are not ashes of the past. They burn with the flame of a living tradition — pure, bright and unquenchable. Portrait Of Composer Dr. Jacob Weinberg (Contrnued frovi Page VE) mality and dignity seem far too slow-moving in a city like New York which is geared to excessive speed. But beneath this somewhat austere manner is a warm and triendly soul which one discovers alter much search. Weinberg's loyalty to every phase or Jewish art when publicly presented is a lesson to all younger musicians. Plagued by numerous respiratory ailments, he still holds the record for never missing a single Jewish meeting, lecture or concert. In fact, it is jocularly reported in artistic circles that if Weinberg weren't present, one may be sure it never took place! Weinberg's wife, Theresa, is thoroughly old world Russian in mariners, appearance and culture, but in ideals she is a most ardent, patriotic American. She is a woman of strong opinions, which she voices vehemently even to the point of opposing some of her husband's admirable ideas. Her high sense of cultural values makes her a paradox among composers' mates; for she is her husband's severest critic, while at the same time she is his most voferous champion. • The Weinbergs have one son, Walter, a gifted musician who devotes himself to the more modern, commercial aspects of the profession. Married, he has a year old daughter who is the proverbial apple of her grandfather's eye. The Congregation of tEljc fjmsng 3srael Synagogue of JRtXttri IBearb, WISHES TO EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL A 4001 Chase Avenue A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Mtelvedere Hotel 843 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1103 Shull and Phillip G9IGC 3KOHd nmv turavw -^ 0C8 8 VM Pl*W l^HS Jouadng SDNIJL33HO S.NOSY3S ?H New Year's Greetings from ELCEEM With Best Wishes For A Bright And Prosperous New Year Collins Glass and Mirror Co. 453 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6532 EL' € D Y Established 1915 MIAMI and PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA Serving South Florida for Over Thirty-Six Years he Officers. Directors and Sales Organization of ^ Mount Nebo u-ish to extend best Irishes for a ij* tjj i# OUR SALES COUNSELLORS Sidney Bergman Edwin Chern Harry Levy Harry L Rosen Morton Stitsky Edward Eskow Nathan Sedlik ARE AT YOUR SERVICE MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY, INC. "The Cemetery of Distinction for Discriminating Families* 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Phono 87-8201



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LmAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 *Jenisti fkridiatn PAGE 3 D rZppr NEW TEAR TO ALL I ^RFR/ENDS AND PATRONS Sixth Avenie Sundry 10898 N.E. 6th AVENUE MIAMI phone 7-9781 j c. Shumaker NEW YEAH GREETINGS y PUBLIC GAS CO 7200 N. W. 7th AY*. PHONE 78-7621 A HW anii Prosferous X'W fear To AH Our Friends and Patron; Westwood Hotel 230 • 38th STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7646 SEASON'S GREETINGS King's Shoo Rebuilders Dry Cleaning & Laundry "The Best on the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PH. 58-9487 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 120 N. W. 2nd Street Pacific Lumber & Supply Co. "BULLY SERVICE" "BILL" FAXON. FOUNDER Not Incorporated Specializing in Fir Timbers 601 N.W. 11th St. Phone 2-3163 Miami A HAPPY NEW YEAR T All AN DISTRIBUTING, Inc. 2820 N. W. 7th Avenue MiamL Florida JEWISH YEAR IN WASHINGTON A HAJ'J'T NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR JR!fc\'DS AND PATRONS W hit<>hints*' llvautu Shop 1451 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-9553 MISS ANN (Continued from Preceding Page) which could result in the exclusion of victims of political, racial or religious persecutions." He asked how we could now say whether it is or is not an offense "if a Jew failed to register under some Nazi rule." Rosenfield mentioned "new and unreasonable grounds for deporting people" and said that it is undesirable "to deport people who have been law-abiding residents for 50 years." Congressional debates on the McCarran-Walter legislation were marked by unusual public interest. Bitterness, even -outright anti-Semitism, emerged as proponents of the measure sought to shout down all opposition. Representative Francis E. Walter, of Pennsylvania, who co-sponsored the bill, joined with Representatives John Rankin, Clare Hoffman, John T. Wood, E. L. Forrester and others inattacks on Jewish organizations that urged liberalizing changes. Allen A. Zoll, whom the Anti-Defamation League described as a "Fascist propagandist and supporter of Father Coughlin," emerged as a participant in propaganda efforts on behalf of the McCarran-Walter Bill. Zoll's name was inserted in the Congressional Record by McCarran as one of his "backers." Senature Hubert HHumphrey, of Minnesota, helped Lehman lead the fight against the bill, terming it "Fascistic nonsense". Senator Brien McMahon, who subsequently died late in July, pointed out that "a man could be excluded because he escaped from a Nazi concentration camp." Another Senator, Blair Moody, asked: "Why recognize the actions and decisions of Nazi kangaroo courts?" Moody told the Senate, "We don't want a Gestapo operating in the United States." The major Jewish organizations did much to inform the public about the dangers of the bill. Rabbis denounced it from the pulpit Many non-Jewish groups, HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. & Mrs. Barney Bernstein and Family EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES Call 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Tamiami Trail) interested in the protection of civil liberties, opposed the billThe House passed it with only weak opposition. But a brilliant fight was staged in the Senate by a small group of Senators led by Lehman and Humphrey. When the McCarran-Walter supporters won in the Senate, President Truman was asked to veto the billAfter a careful study, the President issued a strongly worded veto message. Mr. Truman said the act "would intensify the .repressive and inhumane aspects of our immigration precedure." He presented, in his veto message, a vigorous and effective delineation of the civil rights policies which he regards as a basic part of the Democratic program and which may become a fundamental issue in the November elections. Within two days, however, both the House and Senate voted to override the veto. The Senate showed antagonism toward the United Nations Human Rights and Genocide Conventions. Led by Senator John W. Bricker, an Ohio Republican, 59 Senators joined in sponsoring such international rights agreements. This happened despite the fact that a State Department spokesman had pointed out that the United States has cooperated in the past "with other nations in the suppression of such lesser offenses as the killing of fur seals. It is natural that other nations look to the United States for cooperation in the suppression of the most heinous offense of all — the destruction of human groups." The Senate ignored a State Department reminder that, "No one can yet have forgotten the organized butchery of racial groups by the Nazis, our enemies" in World War II, which resulted in the extermination of some 6,000,000 Jews." The American Jewish Congress testified against the move by the 59 Senators. But the international human rights accord was viewed by too many Senators as somehow "subversive". The Presidential race ignited anti-Semitic agitation. The American Jewish Committee reported that "the use of anti-Semitism as a political instrumentality is currently being stepped up significantly." Senator Mike Monroney said the Senate elections sub-committee had many samples of election smear material prepared by hate-mongers from coast-to-coast. The agitators attacked General Dwight Eisenhower as "the Swedish Jew" and "the tool of the Zionists and the Jew Deal." The Anti-Defamation League said that "some of the people who have decided that Eisenhower is the I man to beat for the Republican Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71st Street Service Station H. GOLDMAN SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street. Miami Beach Phone 86-9170 GREETINGS Victor Bidone Restaurant FRENCH & ITALIAN CUISINE 1334 18th Street Reservations Call 5-9169 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ehrens and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ehrens of the Florida Hotel Supply Co. and The Linen Center of Miami 137 W. Flagler Street 130 S. Miami Avenue Wish All Their Friends and Customers A Happy New Year nomination have — wittingly or unwittingly — reached down to (Continued on Page 14 D) A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR IRIEHDS AND PATRONS f"Mtf* Salon v Coitture 630 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7140 Mr. Guy TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Fidelity Constmction Corporation %  GENERAL CONTRACTORS 460 H.W. 79th Street • !"!" ~w"lSHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Electric Motor Co. H. E. GRANT. Owner M. E. ASSALONE. Manager PHONE 2-6147 237 N. W. Second Avenue GREETINGS May the New year Bring Unity for the United Nations and Everlasting Peace to All Mankind FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20lh STREET MORRIS ORLIN AND IRVING GORDON OF THE L & G GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DIRR SAUSAGE FACTORY 1177 N. W. 81st STREET PHONE 78-0573 OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND TO ALL ISRAEL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. AND MRS. M. J. SAFRA AND FAMILY MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SUN STATE SUPPLY CO. 6300 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 78-2575 HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM MIAMI BOTTLING COMPANY



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PAGE 16 D rjenist flrrrtiir FRIDAY. SEPTEMB ER „ Jewish Community Centers All Over The World Ser ve The Year Around m V Irra lounjf i. fj,-rrd .p.)t of • enter •outb Thr t>nter .!.> -rvtr a %  loxn hjll Older aJlu come lo JCC for time of their live* "REDDY" To Help You Enjoy the Happiest New Year Ever! Reddy Kilowatt is prepared to serve you better than ever. His Company is pushing ahead with the biggest private expansion in Florida's history building new plants, stringing more lines, installing improved equipment making Sunshine Service better and better ... so more people can enjoy HAPPIER FLORIDA LIVING! J3k % W FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY



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fcpjDAY. SEMI Jo AH Our Friends and Patron, Charm House Beauty Salon 2109 CORAL WAY MIAMI Phone 48-6117 Nicholas Alexander A Happy New Year TO All Our Friends and Patrons Fred The Fruit Shipper 538 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-3033 Al Israel PAGE 3? A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons State Wide Exterminating Co. E s t 19 3 4 7662 N.W. 17th PLACE MIAMI Phone 84-3242 A. V. Burchfield Tc All ... A Happy New Year SOUTHERN AWNING COMPANY "28 Years Canvas Experience" MIAMI 38. FLORIDA Awnings, Canopies, Trailer Canopies. Tarpaulins, Lawn Umbrellas Lawn and Beach Equipment Recovered 7927 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 78-2514 TO ALL GREETINGS Louis 1u bill an BIRD SHOP — PETS 34 NX. 40th STREET A Happy and Prosperous N.w Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Mai Marshall Commerce Drives The in ml Ahead .. TO ALL GREETINGS John II. Reid I BUILDERS OF SMALL BOATS REPAIRS 4101 AURORA STREET Phone 48-4123 A H*rr> and Prcwperou, Hew Tear To All Our Friend, and Patron, Dudley & Farthing PRINTERS 820 5U, STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 584508 1852-53 laron nun mvi 5713 rwn or r.ilr .Kay the coming year briny you and yours all the blessings of peace, health, joy and happiness Rosner's Hotel Good On the Ocean at 43rd St. Miami Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner and Family A Most Happy New Year To All JACK C. BINKLEY CONTRACTOR 1737 11th STREET MIAMI With the aid of dollars provided through the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue, the young democracy is prepared to meet an Increasing proportion of Us own needs during the New Year 5713, with the products of its factories and shops. At the El Al repair base at Lydda Airport (left), planes of Israel's national airline an given complete servicing. Rayon is drawn (right) at the Sacksonia Spinning Mills at Bnei Beralc With continued American investment in its economy through Israel Bonds, the cour.try will speedily achieve complete self-sufficiency. An Investment In US Security By Former Ambassador to Israel, James G. McDonald The success of the Israel Bond Issue is important to the whole democratic world. The investment of $500,000,000 in the basic economy of Israel will so strengthen it that even Arab extremists will have to abandon their present policy of nonrecognition and of non-intercourse as a means of destroying the new State. Once the unpalatable fact of Israel's permanency is borne in upon the Arab capTo My Many Friends and Patrons A Most Happy New Year MRS. HELEN BOND Perf3et Corset Shop 1755 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-9837 itals, the next vital step, the establishment of normal trade and political relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors become possible, indeed inevitable. Then and then only will national and individual self-interest overcome the intransigence of Arab leaders and compel theni to The purchase of Israel Bonds is an investment in United States security. A glance at the map of Eastern Europe, Western Asia and Northern Africa reminds us that for millenia Palestine was a strategic area which in our own day has 'become even more stra ftrac leauera ana unu|m mc.i **ay ..— ~~~ ---— — — cooperate with Israel. But ft cantegic. Now, Israel is not only at not be too strongly emphasized that no step in the direction of President Harry Truman's goal, permanent Israel-Arab peace, can be taken until Israel has become so strong that the continuance of the Arab boycott will be seen by all to be a futile and defeatist gesture. The victorious completion of the Israel Bond Drive will thus clear the way for Middle Eastern peace. the crossroads of three continents, it is also within easy bombing range of the largest known oil deposits in the whole world— those in Iran, Iraq, the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia. Moreover, within Israel's fron : tiers are some of the largest and most modern Middle Eastern air fields capable of receiving the largest bomber planes. No won(Contmued on Next Page) A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. AND MRS DAVID STUZIN TO ALL... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Associated Elevator & Supply Company John South wood SOt H.W. ** STREET MIAML FLORIDA 48-5SOT TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Universal Chemical Mfg. Co. Bring Your Chemical Problems To Us 2780 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS from PAUL E. HELLIWELL : TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR CENTRA! HOOFING & SUPPLY CO., hie. k 15400 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY North Miami Beach. Florida — Phones 816-2341. 816-5761 %  I



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PAGE 4 F ^JmistncrifMan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 9> # A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Windsor Jalousie Awning & Shatter to.. Inc. 2920 CORAL WAY FREE ESTIMATES Phones 48-7586 — 4-5853 Glass Jalousie Windows and Doors—Hurricane Shutters To All A Most Happy New Year FOR YOUR PROTECTION K 9 Patrol Kennedy Detective Agency P. O. Box 2522 Miami 15, Fla. Phone 3-8842 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HUGH PETERS YOUR DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Physicians & Surgeons Laboratory 337 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-0287 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 NX. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Ph. 2-4733 To Alt .4 Most Happy \ew Year CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP. DIRECT TRUCK SERVICE OF GENERAL COMMODITIES TO AND FROM: RHODE ISLAND — CONNECTICUT — MASSACHUSETTS NEW YORK — NEW JERSEY — MARYLAND PENNSYLVANIA TO AND FROM FLORIDA DIAL 64-3287 2501 N.W. 38th STREET MIAMI TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Associated Artists Artists' Suppli** Miami Art Sehooi Two and Three Year Courses in Fine and Commercial Art 1822 BBCAYNE BLVD. PHONES 3-3562 — 9-9622 ISRAEL REVISITED: II YEAR'S GROWTH 'Continued from Preceding Pc.ee) This last project is not a dream but a reality. I went through an almost completed ceramics factory. Soon, crockery, wash basins, wash rooms, stationary' wash tubs, all desperately needed by the ever-growing population, would be provided on the spot and from raw material coming from the Machtesh. the b:g crater in the Negev near where clay and other resources were being dug from the earth. To see the source of this new raw material my guide arranged for me to travel by jeep over the bumpy eight miles along the oil road "constructed by the British In the midst of the beautiful desert, a miniature Grand Canyon, we came upon the new mining operation supervised by a British engineer. No one has gauged the natural wealth that lies in these chalky and sandyhills, but already sand is being mired for the glass industry, Kaelin for the crockery and ceramic industry. Further along the road, deeper .n the wilderness, is the mining operation for potash, now being used in the great factory of Fertilizers and Chemicals in Haifa. Fertilizers and Chemicals are working on the scientific assertion that lands can remain fertile only if they are nourished and reinvigorated with important chemicals. Israel is producing those urgently needed chemicals from the -Negev. importing only one item from Greece. It is r.ot difficult to understand what this means—how the increased fertility of the land increases the food supply, thus decreasing dollar imports for the first essential of any land—food. It was good to know that twentieth century knowledge and science have been harnessed by Israel with money from Bonds to make a good life for the people living in the land. No one interested in the grow • xg industries of Israel fails to see the Kaiser-Frazer plant. Here. on modern assembly lines with machinery brought from America, the smart, efficient, durable car produced at Willow Run, is reproduced in Israel, whichis beginning to make some 1 of the parts. The safety glass will be made by Phoenecia. The tires will be provided by General Tire and by Alliance Tire. Ttie plastic materials are being produced in a new factory in Kehobeth. Slowly, the parts that are now purchased with dollars will be produced in Israel, giving work to many and narrowing the gap between experts and imports. From Haifa, we joumed to Migdal-Gad to see the huge pipe factory, set up by a New Jersey firm. Here are produced the enormous pipes that are carrying the water from the north, where it is plentiful, to the south, where it is so desperately needed. That is Mrs. Judith Epstein the secret of the waving wheat and barley in the Negev—the precious water carried by the pipes that give life and nourishment to an old land. No one in Israel makes the mistake of underestimating the present economic crisis. On the other hand, r.o one underestimates the potentialities of the future. It is all there, the people, the resources, the initiative, the ability to make of this land a proud and happy place for the people now in the land and the hundreds of thousands yet to come. It is for us in America to have the same faith and understanding and to help bridge this difficult moment with the dollars which can make the future bright. This is what must be brought home to the potential subscribers of Bonds. Everyone should feel it is his personal responsibility to participate in this great adventure by buying an Israel Bond and helping to turn the present difficulties into the promise of a bright future. The American Jewish community is privileged to be able lo invest in Israel's future. In the twelve to fifteen years in which the Bonds will mature, a Bond subscriber will have not only the satisfaction of a return of his money with interest, but the deep spiritual joy of knowing that he has brought about a modern miracle—the revitalization and rebirth of an old new land, a symbol for the Jews all over the world and a shining hope of a better world for all peoples for whom freedom from want means freedom from fear. A HAPPY AMD PROSPEROUS HEW YEAR to the officers, members, parents and pupils, and to all who help maintain the Hebrew Academy; also to all my friends wherever they may be EOLMAN LURIA TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BISCAYNE BAR and RESTAURANT Miami H Finest (Downtown) 23 NX. 1st AVENUE MIAMI A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ?ArRo ^ Margaret Wearing Apparel Inc. FASHION MART BLDG. MIAMI Phone 2-0191 A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO AU OUR FRIEHDS AND PATJto.\s Ponce de Leon Glass & Mirror Studio 1516 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-6266 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Dorothy Ann's Resort Wear 136 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2429 SEASON'S GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVING CO.. Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Louannc of Miami Women's Apparel 3544 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 9-8559 Louis Ross A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All Our Friends Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sussman formerly of SUSSMAN DRESS CORPTO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Marks Atlantic Service Station Tires — Batteries Lubrication Specialists N.W. 5h STREET A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons ffl is Clean*"* 8 Ine. 3454 lf.W. m AVENUE MIAMI Phone 2-5701 — sssss.



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%  PAGE 4D -Jenislfkridiar_ FRIDAY. SEPTTMSFR \ %> TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR n Southeastern Smelting Mfg. Co. 5420 N. W. 37th Avenue Miami, Florida I TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY NEW YEAR L L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Ltnox Arenu* Pboet 5-3357 A HAPPY NEW YEA! MILIEU MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Fc — .e-'.-j MTLLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO. 127 N. E. 27th Street Phone 82-5484 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MARGARET AXX end TABLE SUPPLY STORES Stores. Inc. MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA TO ALL — HAPPY NEW YEAR Dixie l.as Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HECTOR SUPPLY CO. Eranches—Homestead. West Palm Beach, Belle Glade Ft Pierce EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN—LAWNS—FARMS TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 N.W. Leleune Roac Miami PHONE 88-4653 HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN of the CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP Phcne 5-2127 745 Washingtcn ATeaue Resort Wear lor Men and Children NEW YEAR GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractor* 1827 Purely Ave. — Phone 58-4325 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 21st Street Phone 3-6491 By GEORGE B. PERRY Virtually every Jewish-owned and operated service or enterprise shuts down tight for Rosh Hashona except Good Deeds. Incorporated, which is open for business on the High Holy Days, as it is 365 days in the yecrr. It's one business that has no slack season, no lack of customers, no shortage of merchandise. The business of doing good deeds is always good. Good Deeds, Incorporated, is satisfied with no profit except the satisfaction of doing an essential ; a da >A hurried briefing told job in a field in which it has a virtual monopoly. It pays no dividends other than the good feeling that comes from making people happy. Good Deeds, Incorporated, is the collective name thousands of him he would have to rush off to help conduct a Sabbath service for a small contingent of Gls with an isolated company some 50 miles away. Loading his car with prayer books and kosher tidbits, he set off in the dark Jewish Gls ar.d hospitalized Jew| along unfamiliar back roads. Losish veterans affectionately give j ing his way twice, he reached to the Jewish chaplains. USO| his destination at nearly midJWB field workers and JWB I night, when the service began in Armed Services volunteers who, | an open field under moonlight. as a team, perform good deeds j Because his GI congregants daily, from Rosh Hashona to Rosh i wanted it that way. a Navy chapHashona. J lain participating in a Caribbean On a scorching hot day. a JWB I nav ^ manuever, went over the field man was hurrying home ash'P.'s side in a beach assault oplong the dusty backroads of Virlerat 'n. hugging a mi-iature Torginia. He had already covered a h under one arm an d a load of five camps and two veterans hos' re ''gious supplies in the other. pitals. Since dawn, he had dis' %  When the landing was completed trifcuted 500 religious kits at a a nd ,he "enemy" overcome, the trair.side farewell to Gls moving • chaplain set up his temporary off to Korea, cajoled a com; cna Pel on the beaoh and held a manding officer into issuing an i service for a host of tired but emergency furlough for a soldier whose mother was critically ill, visited with a dying veteran in pital and assisted a harried lier with last minute details his v.( dding. Arriving home in Newport News, he was cheered bv t-happy seamen. In this field, successful completion of a good deed requires plenty of resourcefulness, as in the case of one of the Jewish chaplains in Korea. On the eve of Chanuka. he had received all his JWB supplies except the Mtnprospect of a Sabbath meal 8nd|2 !" y wer< uni c"countab]y a quiet evening with his family r it ayed in transit. Obeying the Eut his wife's face quickly showBlolual injunction to beat swords • I him that he had yet i -other m Pkwwureg, the chaplain con* jgoodd.cd todc before celling !t ^Continued on Next Page) TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE 4 COLD STORAGE CO.. INC. 1100 N.W. 21t Terrace tfm SEASONS BEST GREETINGS From FEUER & EISENSTEIN Realtors W. I. Feuer 'Personalized Service" 235 Uncon Road ph J %  &*£-** Miami Beach. Florida TO ALL OUR FRIEMDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E, Flagler Sat* PHONE 9-2291 GREETINGS BRADLEY I'M MillM. Cfc P. O. Box 732 Hialeah. Florida ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 88-1516 BRADLEY GEISSINGER GREETINGS American Pharmacy, Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 Marion Drug Store 1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621 Rockmoor Pharmacy 5901 N. E. 2nd Ave. PL 7-2011 Red Bird Pharmacy 5725 Bird Road TO ALL GREETINGS Bash Distributing Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone 3-4623 Neff-Thoma§ Machinery. Inr. CONSTRUCTION WOODWORKING INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY 1920 N. W. Miami Court BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 METALLIC ENGINEERING CO. SpecializiER in Alloy Mrtdl XJ% 8. W. 6th STREET SHOP PHONE 9-5634 BEST WISHES FOR A A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA FUEL OH INC. 930 N. W. 73rd Str*t Phone M-1661



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PAGE 10 F ImUf rUriH^r FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER GR EETINGS WUliam "Bill" Reddish Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Compute Service — "With %  Smile'jf 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET "On the Trail" PHONE 3-93SS : — TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. MAX SINGER and FAMILY ANDREA and JIMMY 2201 S.W. 27th TERRACE A MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS 1,(11 ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 34113 Forging Ol Jrirn A Homeland .. GREETINGS Hibiscus Baking Company 'Formerly Giecson's PIES — CAKES-PASTRIES 1732 S.W. 3th STREET 3-6717 — PHONES — 9-5087 A. C. ALLER. President and General Mancaer % %  -<> A: ... ::OST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. ETC! Mrs. Abe Greenfield Sewing Machines. Commercial and Domestic Bought — hold — He] EAST COAST MACHINERY CO. 332 West Flagler St. Phone 9-3915 Miami 36. Florida Best Wishes for u Happy and Prosperous New Year To All II. J. Wain \ \ right & Sons 3135 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Phone 83-1F21 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NORMAN SWARTZ Airtemp Construction Corp. 706 S.W. 39th CT. PHONE 48-2745 To All ... A Most Happy New Year THE REINHARD FAMILY Miami Xi^kwar Companv 247 N.W. 25lh STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA To All ... A Most Happy New Year WOOOVK Standard Service Lubrication Specialists — Gas Oils Batteries Tires "Service with a Smile" 477 N.W. 5th STREET PHONE 3-9533 The S500.000.000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue is helping to make possible new glass factories in Israel for the production of bottles, plate glass, cut glass, decorative glass and many more glass articles. Glass sand used in its making is being developed in sufficent quantity from the Mahtesh Hagadol. (Big Crater). INVESTMENT IN AMERICAN SECURITY !' BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERETT WHITTON PHONE 84-2421 (Continued from Preceding Page) dtr that Moscow covetously looks toward these potential bases for its air power in that vital area. Obviously the democratic West is deeply concerned that those bases not be permitted to fall to the Communists. A strong Israel is. therefore, essential to all the democracies. The democratic nations rejoice at the growing strength of Israel because it is a natural member of their free world. Indeed Israel (except for Turkey) is the only true democracy in the Asia Middle East. The occasional reports that Israel is undemocratic, or may become undemocratic, are old wive's tales. They are the products either of intentional anti-Israel propaganda or of inaccurate observers who diagnose current internal tensions as fatal diseases; in reality they are only the growing pains of a new democracy. Despite the unprecedented proportion of newcomers of varying racial, cultural and linguistic backgrounds — mote than 50percent of its present population has entered the country since its formation four years ago the Israel "pressure cooker" is achieving the rapid unification of the people. Moreover, the fear in some quarters that Communism would become powerful in Israel — in my opinion this was never a real threat — has been dissipated by the weakening of leftward exTRI-CITY Tile Company .'.. 882 N.E. 79th Street Miami 38, Florida tremism. Similarly, the fears of a theocracy felt by some sincere Jewish and non-Jewish observers are without foundation. Not more than a tiny fragment of the Israel Rabbis would, if they could, estaolish a Kabbinic State. The Rabbis, with very few exceptions, are committed as are all the other leaders of the State to the perpetuaticn and strengthening of Israel's democratic institutions. That most of the Arab nations, unlike Israel, are today not the natural associates of the democratic West is revealed by an examination of the official attitudes of the more important Moslem Governments. During the Second World War. Egypt and its now deposed King Farouk, Iraq and Syria were openly anti-Ally. Since the World War, Egypt has persistently and violently criticized Great Britain and has sought by coercion to eliminate the last of Britain's military forces from the Suez Canal Zone and from the Sudan. Egyptian officials, when asked recently how they would defend themselves with their own very limited military strength against potential Russian aggression, blandly replied that they would make with Moscow a treaty of amity and commerce and thus would ward off the Communistic danger. Such a fantastic argument would be discontinued on Next Page) A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Generaljupa all stake Trucks ,„.,! Cars %  settle and AsatjdMi welding Couiion Bros. Garage WrecM Rebuilt Body Rapalr. „„i Matta, ---..„. s <" I W. Mil Kir Street GREETINGS TO ALL Edwardson Nursing Home 1233 N.E. 135th Street Telephone 89-8589 A H.p^y Jf^ Ytmi To J| OUT Friend, and P,^ %  • M 1 uiiK'ni Specialist, in Pria ,^ Business Forms 900 N.W. 42nd STREET MIAMI Phone 7-7414 A HAPPY KEW YEAR TYT^? OUR FRIENDS A.\D PATRo.^ C. L. Potter Jewelry Nationally Advertised Merchandise Diamonds, Watches. Silver 106 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Across the Street from the Congress Building Phone 9-8553 T6"ALL".V GREETINGS Yoo Hoo Chocolate Beverages "A New Flavor Creation'' In Bottles and Cans Yoo-Hoo "Where to Buy it" YOO-HOO CHOCOLATE BEVERAGE CO. 3550 N.W. 54th STREET Phone 88-6267 A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year To All Our Friends and Patrom Raker & Warf. I IM QUALITY PRINTERS 516 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7929 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Baker A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Eunice Denison Associates HOTEL PLACEMENT SERVICE SEYBOLD BUILDING Phone 3-1371 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Patrick 4 rook The Latest in Business Machines 1850 N.W. 36th STREET PHONE 2-5650 GREETINGS TO ALL FRANK GARCIA BEACH TYPEWRITER CO., INC. Everything for Your Office Sales Service Rentals Supplies 1671 ALTON ROAD Phone 58-6272 MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*



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PAGE 14 C fjmist HcrkMan FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. MAX STEVENS and FAMILY STEVENS MARKET 5737 N. W. 27th Arenue N. W. 62nd Street and 27th Avenue TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO nS HENRICI'S + IN NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOIIIIS RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP No. 1 Lincoln Road Collins Ave. at 21 St. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-88S5 COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND MEATS JACK ROHER. Proprietor ROSH HIM: HOLIDAY OP HOPE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEA?. Loonard'M Store 741 N. W. 2nd Ave. IN A HURRY CALL KIMPALL MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue ?---=e "5-5521 Branch: A". S.W. :: St. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Suppb es i I. D. MaeVICAR FRANK J. WELLS President Vice President BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRIS FOOD PRODI CM MiJ]:'.,-fi and Dst'cbut:-s MAYONNAISS • PiCKLES • CONDIMENTS • SPICES 4*21 N.W. 23rd Are. Miami. Florida Ph. 78-1224 BILL WRIGLEY and T. K. WRIGLEY OF THE WRIGLEY K\(,K\M\t, COMPANY WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ( Continued from Preceding Page) lier Rav Amram Siddur and also contained decisions and rules ,. Dcemietf religious practice, in addition to responsa by Rashi and others. Both the Siddur of Amram and : .Macha r Vitry have gone through many changes since they first appeared. While the Siddur ame the collection of the Sabbath and daily prayers, the Machzor has b.! me the collecI ion ot M for the various rail and holy days of the Jewish ye ; Siddur of Seder Tfilot. the Order of Pray1'he word Machzor. or. the and refers t f the year. It Uection of praySt ted luring the levuring in the The modern Uy a combinalaily prayer book, i addition of a large col•.. n i : religious poetic writings of Rabbis, poets and philosophers of the Middle Ages — rily in Spain. France. Germany and England. These special poetic writings, the greatest number of which are found in the Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur services, are known as Piyyutim. In the fifth or sixth centuries, while Greek was still the ruling language of Palestine, the Greek title of Poetes (poet) was taken by Jews who wrote hymns for public worship generally men who led in prayer and wished to enrich the service by their own compositions. Poetes later took on in Hebrew the form Paietan (or Pay tan) and the poetic writing became known as Piyyut. Naturally, the Piyyut for the various holidays stresses the significance of the day being observed. The Piyyutim of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur are strikingly noted by their continuous reference to judgment which is believed to be prepared by Q^id on the former and sealed on the latter God as King, who is greeting with the sound of the Shofar. the Ram's Horn, runs through many compositions arranged for Rosh Hashona. In the Yorr. Kippur Piyyutim there is a special concentration on the idea of God setting mercy above judgment. A number of the Piyyutim of both Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur seek to teach the divine qualities of justice. The oldest Piyyutim are anonymous. They were written during the period of the Gaonim around the seventh. century and are incorporated i r the daily prayer book. Examples of these are El Adone and Ha-Kol Yoducha of the Sabbath prayers, and V'hu Rachum of the Monday and Thursday penitential prayers. A major characteristic of many of the Piyyutim is their arrangement. In many of them the verses are set in an acrostic of the Hebrew alphabet. Many others have the alphabet woven into the verses two or three times. Occasiorally the alphabet is arranged in reverse. Some of the Piyyutim have an acrostic of the author's name. The oldest Payetan known by name is Jose Ben Jose, known also as Jose Havatom. or the Orphan, who was a contemporary of Saadia Gaon. Among the earlier payetanim whose writings have four.d their way into the high holiday Machzor is Yannai who lived in the early eighth century. He is said to have been the teacher of the most prolific and popular of the old payetanim, Eliazar Kalir. Kalir wrote hundreds of religious poems, and the forms he employs are sometimes very intricate. In addition to the alphabetic acrostic, a most popular form of his Piyyutim are the insertion of his name ar.d the names of his father, often several times in one poem. He uses Biblical phrases as refrains and employs the rhyme and word accent. The whole high holiday liturgy is interspersed with a large number of Kalir's writings. There is a legend which relates that Yannai, Kalir's teacher, became enraged at the latter's success and caused his death by throwing a serpert into his shoes. Jekuthiel Ben Moses of Speyer (11th century) wrote Me'sode Chachamim which is part of the opening of the cantor's repetition of the Shacharit Amidah on Rosh Hashona morning. Another fine example of the high holiday liturgical poetry is S'lach nah Ashamot recited on Yom Kippur eve and written by Rabbi Meir. of Rothenberg, one of the famed Lights of the Exile. Rabbi Meir was the author of many prayers and commentaries. He died a martyr's death in Ensisheim prison in the 13th century. To recall the martyrdom of the Jews in York. England, on March 16. 1189. during the reign of Richard I, the Yom Kippur eve liturgy includes Ammam Kane, written by Rabbi Yom Tob, of Joigny. who died with his flock in that historic massacre. The most popular segment of the Rosh Hashona service is the recital of Unesaneh Tokef. ComfConfinued on Next Page) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL R. I Smte-r REAL ESTATE 420 LINCOLN ROAD BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI PEACH PH. 5 7168 L A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. AND MRS. ED SINGER 3910 GARDEN AVENUE New Year Greetings To Our Many Friends MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EDISON CENTER ELECTRICAL SUppjjjg Ga. Rangw-Waier P££ 738 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-6519 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DR. and MRS, MANNING J. ROSNICK and Family BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. Tail Accountant 8015 N. E. 2nd Are. MIAMI A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIEHDS A.\D PATRONS So Rogvrs Hvnuiu Salon 2208 CORAL WAY MIAMI Phone 4-9631 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 5th Street A Most Happy New Year To All Our Friends •nd Patrons FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2S2S H. E. 2nd AT*. MSN



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PAGE 14 B +Jeist> fk>rx#&r ""PAY. SEPTEMBER ISRAEL'S MINERAL RESOURCES Ino.i _• % %  • '... Jewirt Telegraphic A#ecy of available metal is more or less accurately ascertained. Copper ore in the Negev is not at the usual composition (it is r.ot combined with sulphur and carbonate, as ;n many copperas" localities', but we underexpenments have established a comparatively easy method : -\:: :•.::.. .. : the metal from the arc -•• the so-called "wet (This is one of a series (• five ancles on Israel's mineral wealth and its exploitation by the noted Israel eer. mineral expert and butit essman Moshe A Novo m e ys ky Bv MOSHE A NOVCMEVSKY Next :r. ifl If :. DO M the phosphates discovered ia Negev ^s the extensive prospect:r.g work : sep sita the Wad: Axadi aaairtilrca rmethod." i? ataJatt the furnace the Msh>a< I htM Tt-.e be*: h ao e n Bespat ftapat:ti sre Boasted Bee: T-: the >: %  _:: Treat rder Dc >'eisoc Ghaeck ii —. da cf the Americu S r-.ti. F.est;.rcj K .":-_.-.: d ecd the sursequent elec•:. cal separation of the metal Urge depose, before more i exaaeatea prospecting work has | bees cansaeled but UM figure of, ;JJ" H LOT : nod certain para eaaaag tad prospect-. s -4 i: imginc T-e i i >..:,•• M .?__ rf.**asji :• *--awtal from all. Al ::...-. | -i %  ?P* f — -" %  • JS. the describa tow -— : sradaear ia the world. 1 tra •ta %  a i US I : *v i.-c fafl fun -.-.-; ." :: %  a IB :"%  ? I : ig i ----wphatei [ta UP metal ; i — 5c %  — •i Pt w ereact %  aet so i -..-ad ia the -.:.: %  -=.;:;reppeggrtS H.sorid t U ins of Tyn i the :nre jf Napfcgroup it count] are %  %  •:ts t. Of the total % %  • i ppet .-:: %  gnai na t jetton at the end of th ul n many place* .•..-•. rai fa :• toni there S uthern N-_-. spread ich domin.:• it nly n % % %  "• %  I lucti n the US with by sysl tic gi gical surveys some 33 of the total ver 1 pr specting and drilling that it million tona C ile with some ee.--. proved that copper oc500.000 tons. Canada and Northun nces in the Negev are not em Rhodesia with 250.000 tons ted to impregnations, or to I each. The balance was spread v. :•..-.: is called in mining "pockover countries with small proets." and that some defined horiz, duction in Europe. Asia and Af-'i copper-bearing strata have I rica. • • n established, and the quesj Copper prices in normal times n of exploitability has become' W ere comparatively low. In the a matter for discussion. In a thirties, it was some S191 per small area of some 200 duarr.s ton. With the beginning of the 50 acres i some 10 miles from second World War and the introElath. a pper ore mass conduction of ceilings, the price in ..ted 20.000 to the US was fixed at $265 a ton. 25.000 toi has been and 62 pounds per ton in Lon; n With the ei [the war — --" %  nd pi %  :• beginning of the rearmand it % %  ill m nt U metal prices a extern The latest prk< I • US • ii %  : • in London at 231 pounds a metric ton. It is of course difficult to predict how long present high prices will continue. Notwithstanding the fact that American stockpiling has somewhat slowed down, copper prices in 1952 are by a few pounds per ton higher than they were in 1951. During the late war. with the considerable development of the manufacture of light metals (aluminum, magnesium), there were views expressed in authoritative quarters in the States that large quantities of copper and its alloys might be displaced by light metals. This view has not been substantiated, however, in the post-war years. Copper will always be in demand for thousands and thousands • of electric motors, telephones and electrical equipment of all kinds. The electrical industry alone takes about 50'Jof the world's total copper production. The consumption of soap is 19, considered an index of the cultural standard of a country. The I consumption of copper is an inidex of a country's general industrial development. The newspapers recently reported an aereement reached between the Mazzavei Israel and a Belgian Iirm, expeits in copper extraction from ore, which undertook the preparation of a blueprint for the exportation of the Negev copper deposits and the chemical extraction of the metal. It was stated that this firm will receive its fees only from the proceds of exported copper. If this is correct, it would prove that the Belgian firm, which undertook tl faith in the exploiubjj Negev copper deposits Raal Eatat. Conwita,, 203 Fint Fedtril BlJ PHONE 3-7791 LEYI PLUMBING COMM "Established 1924" 2141 S.W. 3rd St c*Uj Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th Si. Phone 9-2477 ACE RUG < lMv\ \ I H\ 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 82-; RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpst Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING SEASON'S GREETINGS from Sidney Meyer — Mitchell Wolfsonl WOMETCO THEATRES CARIP MIAMI LINCOLN MIRACLE STATE BILTMORE STRAND TOWN SURF CAMEO PARKWAY BLVD. DRIVE-IN MAYFAIR PLAZA TOWER ROSETTA CENTER ESSEX 27th AVENUE SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY FOR THOSE OF THE JEWISH FAITH STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK PALMETTO ROAD. SOUTH MIAMI BERNARD E. SUPWORTH PRE-DEVELOPMENT PRICES President at this time I II !!!lllfc!!il!!!lllll SAVE ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT Current Rate 2V4% Per Annum NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING ft LOAN ASSOCIATION N.l.itrAvmNatl2SlbSt. •^^ Hen. m~i *-*£<. The Very Bemt Wishes for a The Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR Railway Company



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)Ay> SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 Je*Jstinpr*#w PAG$3F | H.PPT N.w Y To AU 0ur Friend, and P^ron. Star Printing Service 1331 S.W. 8lh STREET MIAMI Phone 3-0932 GREETINGS DOTSON RECAPS OUTWEAR NEW TIRES DIAL 9-2446 DOTSON TIRE CO. 900 S. W. 8th STREET PALMER'S SUPPLY CO. Division of Palmer's Roofing Company, Inc., Miami, Florida 1731 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE PHONES: 3-6244 and 3-6243 Everything In Roofing and Sheet Metal BARRON'S "SELFACTION" Leakproof and Pressureproof Ventilators and Skylights Roll Roofing, Composition Shingles, Asphalt-Pitch, Plastic Cement Asbestos Shingles — Siding Roofing Tile of Clay and Cement TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL DADE TIRE CO., Inc. 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 3-8445 MIAMI, FLORIDA Shows The Detieaey Of Wave* Art • %  TO ALL • A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR At kins Sundries Store 744 NORTH MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-9691 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR Black and Red Transport Company 221 N.W. 26th STREET Phone 9-2276 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A<*ine Cabinet Shops 400 N.W. 24th STREET Phone 9-6197 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Plan 1lathes of Miami In v. Visitor, admire a textile display at the Israel Exposition in New York. Hundreds of products showing Israel s economic progJ2T make up the exhibit: sponsored by the State of Israel Bonds, at air-conditioned showroom, in New York'. Rockefeller Plaxa. The Exposition will lour principal American cities later. Israel Re-visited: A Year's Growth nationally'recognized one of Africa's outstan ***£ women Formerly national president of Hadassah, which she seS'with rare distinction. Mrs. Epstein's el <* ue !" e -. 0 W !" ?tianal ability and striking intellect have made her or* of the notwL fiau&s on the American scene. The success of the Women s ganizational ability.,) By JUDITH EPSTEIN National Chairman, Women in BIG Although I have been to Israel many times, no visit was ever as rewarding as the one from which I have ,ust returned. Unprepared for the sight of waving fields of barley and wheat jus? above Beersheba being harvested by the huge MasseyHarris machines from America, I found ft had to remember that this was not prairie land in Mid-West Amenca but erstA HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS CERTIFIED YORK CORP. AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION 304 N.E. 79th STREET. MIAMI PHONE 84-7534 MR? and MRS. HERMAN GOLDBERGER of the Normandy Isle Kosher Market 1171 71st Street, Miami Beach Phone 86-6551 Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year To All Their Customers and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OL'R FRIENDS AND PATRONS Donald Printing Co. "WE PRINT TO PLEASE" Quality Service and Price 30 N.W. 20th STREET MIAMI Phone 9-6772 Ernest Goldman while desert in the Middle East which for hundreds of years had been allowed to lie sterile and arid. Today, with the aid of the magnificent agricultural machinery from America, purchased with the precious dollar, Israel was once again becoming a fruitful land. Due to the kindness and courtesy of the Israel Bond office in Jerusalem, I was able to travel by car, jeep and plane, making a sweeping tour of the young republic's industry, whose expansion is being aided by Israel Bond investments. Perhaps the sight of factory buildings in Beersheba was the most amazing. My mind went back to the sleepy town of streets, the stately minaret in the center from which one could look out over vast expanses of emptiness. Today, Beersheba is a thriving town of over 20,000 people, whose Mayor has already staked out the park that is to be, the medical center and the industrial zone. (Continued on Next Page) A Happy New Ytar To All Our Friends and Patrons %  *a I III la ml Printers 1934-36 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone 82-4138 Edward Greenberg, Mar. To AU Our Friends and Acquaintances A Most Happy New Year MR. and MRS. SAM FUTERFAS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ALAMO FRIED CHICKEN Delicioue Golden Brown 2616 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-9409 CORAL GABLES Mrs. Carolyn Callahan "X HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROWER PRESS Printing and Office Supplies Mimeographing — Engraving — Rubber Stamps Delivery Service 12365 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY NORTH MIAMI PHONE 84-2517 Kenneth C. Brower A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Sol Walker & Co. 280 LUDLUM DRIVE OF MIAMI Scrap Metals Phone 88-4682 MIAMI SPRINGS BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING YEAR TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Martin's Provisions, Inc. Fatuous for our Corued Beef 1160 N.W. 21st Terrace Phone 9-1697 % 



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PAGE 8 F •TMBftX; SEPTEMBER w.U*. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Hildreth Printing Service Commercial Printing 34 E. NINTH STREET H1ALEAH PHONE 88-7621 M. William Hildreth • A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Meyers of Miami Woman's Apparel AT OUR NEW ADDRESS: 5 S.W. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-1637 Sam Meyers Harold S. Meyers A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Mel Warshaw Inc. JAY ORIGINALS 2031 N.W. 1st COURT PHONE 9-5614 MIAMI Mel Warshaw A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREEMAC PRINTERS COMMERCIAL PRINTING — LETTER PRESS AND LITHOGRAPHERS QUALITY PLUS SERVICE 613 N.E 1st AVENUE MIAMI PHONE 9 9009 John Bieda A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Shoreland Building 119 Z. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI PHONE 82-4661 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Aviation Building Properties 3240 N.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 64-7363 Best Wishes from Dairy Queen Stores M I A M I 'The Cone with the Curt on Top" TO ALL 'A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HELENE POLKA'S JUNGLE CLUB N.W. 36th STREET AT 37m AVENUE LIKE A BREATH OF FRESH AIR You too will enjoy a broesy show And Sew Citizen. New Life For AU A young immigrant from Hungary, who arrived in Israel lest than two years ago without any industrial experience, has been trained to hold a highly skilled job at the Hakohav diamond cutting plant in Tel ATIV. Many of Israel's new plants and shops are being aided by the $500,000,000 State of Israel Bond Issue. This young girl has just recently received her training at diamond polishing and is now one of the plant's most rallied workers. Funds derived from American subscriptions, to Israel Bonds are helping to build numerous such installations which offer Job opportunities aad a chance to learn a trade to tens of thousands ot newcomers to Israel. LETTER FROM AN AMERICAN TOURIST (Continued from Page 6 F) the new items rolling off assembly lines whose constant expansion is a tribute to the hundreds of thousands of Israel Bond investors in the United States. ESTHER MASHMOOR For internment behind the barbed wire fences of a Jap prison camp tucked away in a sweltering corner of Java's jungles, to inspecting sparkling shoes rolling oif an assembly plant in the comfort of an air-conditioned Jerusalem factory: that's Esther Mashmoor's story. Twentyyear-old Esther arrived in Israel from Singapore in 1950. With a good knowledge ,of Hebrew added to a linguistic treasure chest that includes Dutch, English, Arabic and a mere dozen or so Malayan dialects, Esther went to work several months ago at the Jerusalem Shoe Factory, one of a host of new industries thriving in what was not so long ago ancient Jerusalem. One of the four erstwhile Javanese employed at the shoe factory. Esther's job centers about giving the finished product a carefully going over before it's placed on the market here. JUST PLAIN JUDY ... The soothing swish of a trained artist's brush or the spitting hiss of a welder's torch responded to command with equal ease and familiarity in the hands ef a pretty young Sabra engaged in lending Israel's industry a helping hand. Like many of Israel's working housewives, attractive Yehudit Gill—she's just plain "Judy" to her Army Reserve Officer husband—shares her day beween the kitchen of the couple's cozy three roomed flat and one of the many new Jerusalem factories springing up in the ancient city. In Judy's department at a large piston factory in the Holy City, vital parts are welded together to produce a key product in the young republic's Israel Bond-aided program of winning economic independence with the tools for modern industry. Whenever free time permits, Judy places aside her mechanical torch for an artist's brush to capt u r e Jerusalem's picturesque landscapes. She's been doodling, drawing and painting since 10. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR AUCIA CARVELL REAL ESTATE 7231 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI. FLA. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Eastman Shutter Co. 1071 EAST 52nd STREET HIALEAH Wo Manufacture the only All Aluminum Slide-on PHONE n 9983 George Eastman A HAPPY NEW YEAR University of Miami CORAL GABLES TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS We Specialize In • Hotel Contracts • Custom Finishing • Sand Blasting • Tropical Refinishing % Dado Refinishors 5002 E 10th LANE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Phone 88-6846 HAPPY HOLIDAY McAllister Flowers "Say M with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 12* S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-377S A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AU Hivanov Sealptare Studio 127S5 N.E. 14th Are. Phone 78-1403 GREETINGS Caroline A. Walbek REALTOR 1950 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-4896 Spociahst in Homes for Yon Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg Owners of the South Seas Hotel Extend Season's Greetings To All BOB MARTIN MARTIVS DRUG STORK 7070 Collins Areswe / PHONE a-2040



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PAGE il G pmi *as sre me would underst. -Mi--urmurK rur i'j'. ar.i I :-.:>r't need long par. I really But : : an pony That SOlTJ Brandeis University Ushers In New Session With Student Body Of 750 Back-to-school bells will ring this month on the WaluW i. busetts. campus of Brandeis University, when the K-ooT. 1. Sent bod-. 0 will report to register and sek-n their joSH as Russian. Arar This Fall. too. w:!: "\ b! !* sacruserts student bc_. fifth Brandeis academic year Hailing from 35 states and 12 foreign nations, mop. of the R deis undergraduates already arrived on the 181-acre country vus last Tuesday The freahman class is the large* to enter otner Brandeu -first This t Brandeis. comprising 281 students tne 1 01 Yo ung men and w across the country. H ti _nd of hammers and the jcticm activity will greet the Ft u dents, for work is -1 on the Abraham Shawho receive: B ~ degrees last June, will be ibs~ from the student oody ^ changing of college generatij has begun. "Brandeis I n,v*r>ilv Met* piro Athletir Center and the Stumarked a s; aent I'm on Building, to be comdevelopment >j. .?" ber. 1*5. SchedL Sachar. Bran T %  lam r • ; ---n: t courv Books—Ar. :• %  Tnaadl ~ ~-3( t: %  tr>oi I %  DsseMaatli Sep•Ciail; -• r : r sriO I eveend 23rd %  led for completion within month if Anna Reinfield Hill a i addition to Sydeman BaO. c laas rec a. building Eicrteen new faculty members "Lk? the:r places in Bran: lassrooms this month. ng the number of educaII and maintaining the low faculty-student ratio. Course offerings, too. are being expanded, While the Univers.-.v petaha •-ee academic divisions, the Schools of Science. Social Science. Humanities and CreAru. intensified offerings are being given in the physical and biological sciences, as well as in the foreign languages sucr. Abraa I dergraduate ejrde. and w,u nk Fall enroll our fifth gn,'""' fxeshmea. We BOW took forw^ to a period of continued develw. mem and to the strengtheniajai the Brandeis educational philo. sop! | B'ncri B'rith Luncheon Miami Beach L cm. B'OJI B'r:th. will hi: "".CUBSJJ Melvm Richard d-r.rig its wttfc. hluncheon meeting Tui September 23rd. 12 15 a.m.. at the National Hotel. Counalia Richard will discuss Aspects Of Civic Planning %  zfo CM We Say C( 11 lost yiappy flew Lj( 99 ear B >i: nc Mr-, l^ous L. Rasensteir one Tamil? -.. "• A HAP 1 TV YZA Mr. Sopnx Rosentnal anc Family V — A HAPTT vrv VEAR Mr anc Ms Bornar. A. Boas mar sac HOTIMMX. Jr. anc &aiiv j %  -.. ~-DC ] .-. I-IAF": VEV YEAB Mr RTTZ rfe i lia^ notr. ano Femiiy .-.1 i Mr. Irving Saal Vwha AJ Ha F: A KAPPY SEW i*EAR Mr anc Mrs. Abraham Sacns and Family Wial -.. Then Fri-r.a.and Relatives • -.\'TW YXi MIL RciMcca Roth mar •nc Family HAPPY KEK VLMr anc Mri Ztz. Rubel anc Femiiy ~• %  ; .%  "FV VL Mr ace Mrs. lsadore Sachs and Family WM AJ T" J H :._.Bad Reiscrve* A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr anc Mrs. Milton Sackert anc Sons. Coiemar. and Harvey Wha -.. Then I | %  A HAPFi" NE"" YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George J. Sail anc Chil dr e n Sandra and Aiier. %  -.. -•• %  -. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier anc Daughter* Mym* enc Carol Wafa Al. Thi • T leads and R. A HAPPY NEW YE.-.:Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schulner anc Children. Michael and Rarer Wisr. All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Jandon Sen wan and Chndrer. Helen-Jo and Harold Wisr. AI! TheiFriends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shallower and Pliililieii David Irwm and Lester Frederick Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Norman ShirwWaman Wish All Tneir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Julius W. Schwartz wisr. A:: T.Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Schwarta and Children. Laura and Ricky W;sr. Al: Their Plksadi aTii P.e.atives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Sol Schwartx and Family Wish AC Their Friends and Relatives A KAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. anc MIL. Ane FIUSTT. and Family WM ? -.• i A HAPP^" NEW ^~EAR Mr. mad Mxa, Lewas Rukea ano Sona Phillip end Dos Waal Friend A HAPPY NEW YE Mrs. MS. Frances K. Rubir. Fr A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubm end Family ICiaB Beach Wag .-.-. TI Fri< a A HAPPi' NEW ^-EA P. Mrs. Rose Rubensteir. end Family 4.: Waahmgtoi Avenue Miami Beacr. Wisr. Ali Thei: Friends aric Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sinner M Sanders anc Sons. Jerome and David Wad -.. Thau F-iena; anc A HAPPY NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartxman and Children Susan Linda and Barnert David Wish All Tr#ir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Wishes AH His Friends and Relatives A H.APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro Wish All Their Friends A H.APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro Son. Bob. and Daughter. Beverly Wish All Tr.eir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L S. Shapoif and Family Wish All Tr**T Friends and Relatives A KAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. B. SigelUua and Son. Lester Wish All T-oeir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Site and Family Wish All T.-.en Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. aad Mrs. Ben Sum and Daughters May Ellen. Arlent and Don wisr A:: T Friends and Re.at.ves A HAPPY NEW YEU Mr. aad Mrs. Max Silver aad Seas. David and In Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NE W YEAR Mr. aad Mrs. Sun Silrtr and Sons Dennis ant! Wayr* Wish All Their Friends ?"|H Re-a::ves A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mz. and Mrs. Joseph Schatier and Family Wisr a A HAPP Y" NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Irvrng Schatxman W...: AJ] Trie.: Frienas Wish Al. 7 %  Friends anc Relatives A KAPPY NEW YE.AR Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott and Children Sheldon and Connie Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Waft AI TI Friends anc Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Rncnick and Children Edward and Eller. Lee Wish Ali TJ Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Norman Rust aad Family Wish Ali Then Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Schermer Son. Milton and Son-in-law and Daughter Mi. and Mrs. T. R. Schwartz Wish Ali Thei: F-i<>nds and RelativA HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. end Mrs. Joseph Scherser and Children. Carol and Bobby Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schimmel Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY' NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S?don and Daughter. Muriel Wish .All The;: Friends and Relatives A HAP PY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Segal and Sons Samuel. Bernard and Irwin Wish All Their Friends and Relat A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seixlin and Family Wiah A!: TJ, Friends and Rela: A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs Ida Shargaa and Family Wish All Ttcar Friends and Relatives A HAP PY NEW YEAS \ Mr. Benjamin Sherry and Daughters. Haaal aad Janice Wish Al Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Siir.kowitt and Children Elizabeth. Michael aad Sank Wish All Their Friends and Re.atives A HAPPY' NEW YEAR j. D. Simon and Family Wish All Their Friends andJRel£j! A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Sbevach Allen Brooks and Eileen Barbara Wish All Thew Friends and Relatives A H APPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shift and Daughter. Riva Wish All T.-.eir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin and Son. Larry Wish AH Their Friends and Rela: A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindler and Family Wish All Ir.eir Frlends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Friends and Rela; A HAPPY' NEW YEAR Ir. and Mrs. J. Rutansky and SOB. Irwin Wish AH Their -is and Relatives A HAPPY NEW Y*EAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonield and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPi' NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler and Family Wisr. Ali T. afar Friends and Relativ. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shopiro Children and Grandchildren Wish AU ireir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Simonboff Wishes All Friends and Rj^SSS A HAPPY NE^ YKAK^ Mr. and MrsOscar Sm*U and Children. Harlan and h""" Wish All Trr Friends dJW2S A HAPPY XEwYEAB. Mr. aad Mrs. Milton SUb and Sons. Dick and >< Wish Ali Their Friends and B^S A H.APPY NEW YEW. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Serotl and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relative* A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Margaret Shopiro and Family Wish Al! Treir Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR r. and Mrs. Max Sieeel and Son. Bob Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. aad kbsGeorge st sWj and Son Wish Aii The" Irich Ail The" Mr. aad *rs. ?****.*and Famuy Wish AH Their A HAPP^ NEW !—-^ w cello* 1 end Mr*. "^Jcaari Harriet aad **~ Wish AL i-g f5 %  ..•,*• B^HnflH I



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PAGE 12 D Lm*i<* nnrMtoir Jl^LjEPTEM BPPij; A HAPPY NEW YEAH RING MAHONY & ARNER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Abbott Garden* Private SehooNURSERY THRU 8th G 7705 ABBOTT AVE. PHONE 38-4313 duPont Building Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES FROM iWVl'irs METAL SHOP 1329 N.W. 74th Street Phone 78-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS TO ALI. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Independent lee Delivery FOR SERVICE CALL 7-3004 1244 N.W. 42nd STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA British Jewry: 5712 Radio \~!^T Dispatched GREETINGS OL t L Established I92S ^ARMORED TWCKSm KEJNC. P.O.BOX 1028 • MIAMI 6. FLORIDA • PHONE 91781 41782 EACH TRUCK BONDED AND INSURED FOR 0NE.MIIII0N DOLLARS GREETINGS MONSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI. INC. WHOLESALE CIGARS AND CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5156 TO ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES PHONE 4-0331 514 S. W. 22nd Avenue Miami. Florida GREETINGS M\IMK\\\ri:. Incorporated SASH AND SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRISH, Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 82-7531 LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale Only 253 N.W. 22nd Street ?;;=* : o~ TO ALL GREETINGS II. II. Woods i n :i|| Agency. Ine. GENERAL INSURANCE 1114 Congress Bldg. Phcr.e -1-";:; GREETINGS Super Sagless Spring Corporation of Florida JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES A. P. LAND. Manager 2485 S. W. ith Street PSaae &-2241 To All Our Friends and Patrons NEW YEAR GREETINGS W. J. FICHT General Passenger Aaeal SEABOARD RAILROAD By GEOFFREY D. GOLDSTEIN (Copyright. 1818. J< % %  • -'• Telegi in Agency< Inc.) LONDON — Witn the destruction of the pre-war German-Jewish commun.ty and the severing of all connections with Jews behind the Iron Curtain. British Jewry today stands as the largest community of Jews in free Europe. There are some 450.000 Jews in Britain and Irelard. with the majority living in London. Realizatiion of its new importance and standing in the Jewish world dawned slowly on British Jewry. Its pre-war spiritual reeds were administered mainly by men from the great continent..! centers of learning. Now. the community must find its teachers and spiritual heads from among the youngsters in its own midst The lack of fully-trained young men able to minister to orthodox congregations — for British Jewry adheres in its masses to Orthodox Judaism — is keenly felt. But to .-ay that British Jewry adheres t" Orthodox Judaism does not mean that the community .ii religi us" one The calls of 20th century business life do not go unhet ded by the sons o; thi great Jewish stalwarts of the past With two or three notable i •. ins, t ere is pie: ty of room in the country's synagogues • Sabbath — while the very same synagogues are unable to accept new applications for seats. Jews College, which trains young men for the ministry, finds Tampered by a lack of; funds But even if it had all the indtdates are %  readilj %  .-.4 British Jews, on the whole, agnifi nt a .v ements, is thetu ,\; 1 %  • II • id again by p of char 11 Z nist rganizar.bei ships, r led ex1 ir.g : rael Ca met ag pen 1 -Bnush I among %  %  : iling of led to 1 : -" %  • :. ft Bntii • %  = Itcting its welI G •• 1 An%  Aa tion. 1 • e of 'I ttes to 01 vintage and • have profited by this I % %  %  Oe strongly anti-Zi IS) • : -Israel Nearly one! ; -'-'%  -' ers of the Aaao'" "" %  I the Board.' ">'%  ; ?:.:; n 1 mte triebetweee the two bodies 1 which tend at times to overlap. but they can. when the occasion arises, act in concert A recent example ot this was when communal leaders visited Buckingham Palace to present an address of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth. 3oiled down, differences between he Association and the Board are most truly clashes between personalities. Zionist life in the last two ears, as in most other countries, nas suffered some deterioration. British Jewry gave willingly of ts young men during Israel's war of liberation — and gave handsomely of its money too. But now. its senses, dulled by the drumming of appeal leaders. cash-for-Israel targets are harder to hit, To get money today the magnetism of a grand dinner has to be powered by the dynamism >f a great speaker. Dancing For Israel — us one journal termed the charity balls — no longer draws the crowds. British JJews, on the whole, are not poor. The fragments of a deprt ssed community still exist in the East F.nd. but the sons ind daughters of those colorful Jewish personalities who popuated the area at the turn of the entury have moved west across London, through the West End ind on into the new suburbs of north and northwest London. They have acquired in their passage 1 41 at dal of London's textile and allied trades. The fur trade, too, contains a large number of Jews. But the enormous in the cost of living has re. the 1 ate of giving to charAppeals for Israel also have to intend with a growing awareness, nine too soon, of the needs Ui 1 bodies. The slump clothing trade earlier this • • %  > .. which continues on a less seri IUS scale, hit many working.1Jews who have no private apital to f.,11 back on. This meant fxtra calls on the Boards of Guardians. There are Jewish or-tes. hospitals and nursing i to be kept goirg as well as a number of Jewish day All this and Israel, too, the cost of living increases No sat sfactory way has yet I und of operating a joint funo which could make wide appeal and then the proceeds. Pern ips t -.e greatest achieversof the past years, which yet been fully appreciis the tightening of the between British Jewry and Jews living in other countries of the Commonwealth. Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie's visit to Australia and New Zealand, with the accompanying Jewish press publicttjr of Jewish life in those countries, gave a deeper meaning t> Jewish brotherhood. CHARM For Your Wl NDoW ALL TYPES OF CQSJ COVERED OR PA !" 9 K5 "SI < oinpaj "On the Trailf 3*73 S. W. 8th STREn Phone 4-6872 TOPS IN CORNICES GREETINGS Paramount Soda Shop 253 East Flaaler 5^ Miami, Florida Phone 3-9244 A Most Happy New Yearioj IVewland Elect RESIDENTIAL • INDUS! COMMERCIAL Call Us for Anything Be 9100 N. W. Little River! Phono 89-5452 Miami. Fla. 'NINO INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUST REQUIREMENTS Phone 3-5761 44 S. E. 8th Street INI -GREEX PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be tained from this rich plant I which contains minerili 1 will help keep chinch bugs < of your lawn. Sold exelunfil 'HUGHESI 6 E E D STORE 116 S. Miami Are. Ph.M GREETINGS Phase I Hit YEXETEW SERVICE STATION SmCLATfl GASOLIWE — COODYEAS TIRES ISM N. Br*aor Drire, Miami. Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Edward* Men** A Boys" Wear JS'^ MrS Mcunce Samuel* and Daughter Cynthia 3542 N.W. 17th AVENUE % H ONF. 3-9724 PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PRCX SSrE25 IIGATING MOTH PROOFING *TT Boad,d fsBfonaed Operator. Ml AM: -MIAMI BEACH CORAL CABLES Biseavne Exterminating Service. Inc. 3*25 POHCE DE LEO* BLVD. PHOItP tAltt KMTT rOLERATE-EXTMMf.YATE NE "" l —. IKITEI: JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Flaaler Street PHONE 3-2197 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT 4 TITLE COMPANY' Co.pl.te A*—*£ XUj. insurance S** !" THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT W MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox A£* MIAMI BEACH



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p PAGE 8 D +Jenf$t fkridiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i„ SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR srilll F S MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 M. II. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S. W. 27lh Avenue Phone 48-9876 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Deauville Package Store 6640 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Phones 86-2902 — 86-7181 WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS KENNY ELECTRIC CO. 1404 20th STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Phone 5-7729 Day Of Awe, Hope By RABBI SIDNEY GREENBERG The High Holidays ccns'.ituie a rich spiritual symphony in which many heroic motifs are blended. The celebration of the birthday of the universe, t. v .3 coronation cf the King of Kings. the remerr.brcnce of the merit of the cnces'.crs, the emphasis upon life's brevity, the yearning fcr mere liie — these motifs are all inter-woven in the liturgy. The dominant end recurrent theme, however, is the insistence upon the need for repentance. Indeed, the tei ' reflected Jewin reach. We need not remaln ^ h ^"8 when he wrote. "We the unwilling captives of our y be truly sorry for our short own transgressions. Give-, a dc\ e r orr,n s ••"Cere in our entreaties termined will on our part we !, P ard V £rr est in our desire can count on Divine assistance I f 0 !" raoncihation with the High! to liberate us from the shackles I •* %  ba } U leSS ,0 crown a11 this TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NOBLE H. PARKER REAL ESTATE 1623 Michigan Avenue Mia^ Beach of our own fashioning. Thus our Sages taught: -If a man opens his heart even so slightly as a needle's eye. God will ope: it as wide as the gateway to the Temple Hall." we solemnly resolve to make a better fight for Duty henceforth, the Day will have dore little for us." True atonement involves amendment. This, then, the three-fold Thus God is not only our Judge I s P intual strategy to nd ourselves it also our ally in the struggle sin — recognition, recitation, but aiso cur ally in the struggle for moral regeneration. Yom Kippur was traditionally referred renunciation. Where the sin is against a felGITTMAX ANB LAPOFF Kosher Meats and Poultry EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS 325 Collins Avenue Telephone 58-1031 Miami Beach j to as the -white fast" because it l ow ""an, a fourth step is requir' held out th? promise of victory I e d — reparation. "If thou hast en the fierce battlefield of the. s ir -ned against thy brother go Soul, The Jerusalem Talmud put first and appease him. otherwise the thought this way: "When t h ^ Day of Ate.nement cannot abn-.en are summoned before an 'solve thee." stive?/ U er ,0 ^ u nd them The P rayers cf th holy days I,'1 "5 S me cnarge ^ey! are beautiful and moving The hEri? irJL*" 0 "* and d / CSSed in spiritual reveille sounded by the black, like mourners. Israel apShofar is dramatically stirring Zn* taVES '" h,te 3S ,f N dre Chant ***• • svmpagomg to ., feast, confident that thet.c note in everv Jew.shheart SEASON'S GREETINGS Insul-Mastic Laboratories, Inc. (Florida Waterproofing Division) 3154 North Miami Avenue Miami 37. Florida Telephone 3-5117 penitent return? How „ rshuv S\ M ^ "—"^ m RABBI SOLOMON MACHTEY RABBI and MRS. S. 31. MAt IITEI MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY and STELLA REGINA Extend To All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1351 N.W. 1st COURT GREETINGS TO ALL WAYSIDE FARMS SPECIALIZING IN HOME GROWN STRAWBERRIES 1635 N.W. 42nd Court A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR. Henry E. Mangels Company Distributers for Schlitz -The Beer that made Milwaukee Famout" 122 N.E. 11th St. Phone 3-8311 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR H I T OXE PHOTO SERVICE 736 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5822 HAPPY NEW YEAR c. THE COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-SIM Lowest Monthly Payment is This Are* on Home Loans LOWEST BATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge SEASON'S GREETINGS LOUIS Your Hairdresser WHERE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE IS GIVEN Beauty SALON 1735 CORAL WAY SPECIAL1Z1SG IS ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE PrJONE 48-4328 Nata's Yacht Basin 1M4 N. W. North ** Drive Phone 2-3067



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PAGE 14 G + lfmistncrkSor FRIDAY, SEPTPMapB 19. II WASHINGTON JVE WSTE IT. m %  E DITORS SOTE The *oilo*rtxg Washington Ler.er from Unties St-:es Srj:c wov' 5-~r-"J tf irnrrew e-rclwirelii for The Jtwuk Flenehe*. Senator Sm*thes' column trill appear mo-, uc*uee oa t***s penwe-it to Amenc** Jewry. c ... ...... -ii-rt^d :•* %  s^wsid be w.a:>d to the peb. aher I --.v Most ,: -.-.-. rvrv^-be.rr.any things atMit Prr>:ier.: Franklin D R^x-.:".: _r.i wrKv* tnz '--• *nd career One U Revive:: s fimous remarks, durmx the early days ot hi* f:.-s: :*:-. :r. the Wh:W House. wSK \V 5 tan r.:-.^j ::'= i." V.: :-.:: :ts Thia came back to me recently while I was high orer the Atlantic Ocean, firing back home after an all-too-brief tour of part c! Western Europe, which a so important to us in the United States. v.. .; -.:; >i-i he^rd .r--r;>pe. : sep: :-.-.v : f.i:= <:.: -' -OR > I reabae that is less than a month s time DO one person could become as •uthority on any area and its people, nor erea speak %  with certairJy abei: a=y be: the =ost superficial things. But I do believe ti*t I ran report that the sort of fear which would uadermiae ?K?;e s r=crale ana vitiate their desires for progress does no: ejest ^ :h par*, cf westers Europe which I visited. Ar; because :be pec-p'.es :'. Western Europe bee in such a doeskin: -—— %  --•-y w-.th each sensir.T* to and respensive to the .rtbeAs*. :s* aeparrure of fear h general thing. If there are war -irers ^= Westers Eurcpe they are well-concealed. I think that roar s ?;s. W — : es ptr.-rx e*. cress T*-T-t pratpent* is Wn:v:r I .• t fTS -V.: _i --.-. % %  %  -. ::. r^r. Ntt-fereak of ".v. rad W '.'. ?K:.: ire r.v-_=; is is acuriarce rcstpared to what has been the case r-eresrears. Wi-J* sober and serio-us is many re s pec ts the r*rr. -T* ;-;* .sicressz^c :h: tnev are beginning re know hap--:**i rcc =cr aso :: xi :rr nstest-ser,;. %  %  -%  : >;r:-:u-red Daring The Week As 1 See It (Continued from Page 4G) testing progra-r. is hardlr valid." ISRAEL MERCHANT SHIP. AUGUST ISth. The Henrietta Srold. whose prow displayed its name in English ar.d Hebrew characters, arrived at the Miami dock late last week in a hush ot strange secrecy Before us stood the recrudescence of Israel's ancient heritage, a people renewed to the active sphere of national existence. The Star of David, asserting itself as a symbol of traditional destiny rather, Una as a yellow arm band of shame and derision, struck us above all things." • • • An editor's notebook is a polyglot of many tales. Some can not be told Others are re• counted with little impurity. None (4 these observations was made to startle or to coerce. ; My own head fairly spins at the number of woids written :this column curing the past | year, it turns away somewhat | staggered before the number of pivotal activities that have taken place in the Greater Mi%  rai i f. ratter, so be it. Amen. i i *": fte— I. e-.j r-. -. i ? ..:" .. ;;: Is :n-i rr.-: a=s cpfc-nistsc report, we cannot ererlook the ract -ire u rti.: rs^rh sufferts; stuck pc-rerty -uch real reec _" Werters E_r.-p 7h*re j $ri^ sre*p-obiers cf the Displiced ~*.-scss t^.sr-f are srtl: crckes scsaes tc ssesithtre are sliU inr --~tr-z c-c=u=us;ty bard--.-.:== stust kc^p IJT cur %  r Wtjcld. rts—i %  *. .---tmi r-r.-u \nc Teai Duma's ^" %  rsery 3801 N.W. 38th AVENUE MIAMI Phone 64-40-41 George P. Duma T. .K~ O-.* ?~-.c~.ii i^i Putins Greasley's Frail Shippers 122 Si Is! AVENUE Phone 6*301 Annie W. Grecsley FINEST QUALITY tyi&xrrfW NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO YOU OUR PATRONS MEN-BUY DIRECT... SUITS SLACKS SPORT COATS TUXEDOS All thru the year AUSTIN BURKE offer. America, fi-^ clothing, retail at wholesale prices. Largeel stock^"1 finest fitting iacUifies in South Florida. ond SIZES FOR ANY MAN FROM 35 EXTRA SHORT TO 52 LONG STOUT For your shopping comfort store has been enlaroad fa. times fanner sise. AIR CONDITIONED. Antvrira'tt Fimet M+m'n riolhimq BUY RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES Austin II. Burke 1626-28 Pennsylvania Ave. JUST OFF LINCOLH ROAD Miami Beach, Florida TO ALL Of "ft FRME\DS .I.Vff PATKOSS A HAPPY XEW YEAR ^CooJun^ at fiianaL ? REMEMBER! DEMONSTRATION PROVES •ALDWM-MM.T crosonic IS THE WORLD'S FINEST SMALL PIANO! Come in. Hear the tnsfy amazlno. Acreseek tfcere.;^ K; demoesfrateo. Yea wR toev wW teachers t-*J profeseoAah acdawa it as "the werhft fieest sral eiene!" May it yeerseH or brise a tee ch a r or p'" &f trieed. W iwHe every possible reael see mriv*eent test Then cheoet the Acreaseic sryie see ** isa sect MMtes lee yeer heeae. Iff he/1 Aero. WtlCEO FROM WITH MUCH !•% DOWN 34 MOfffTHS TO PAY COMPANY itit Wtmm Ph. 12-4414



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PAGE 12 F TODAY. SEPTEMBER 19 Uubvrnatorial \ominve iirectm 5713 Dan McCarty On this occaiion of lhe Hebrew New Year 5713. may I take the opportunity of extending to the Jewish people of the State of Florida n-.y sincere wish for their continued health, happiness and prosperity. The Jewish people have played no small part in the intellectual, e&oral and conscionefcle development of mankind during the course cf world history. It is fitting, during this High Holy Day seeson. Jo appraise with added reverence and wonderment their recent rote in humanity's drive toward social, politi c al and economic freed om. More significantly the outraged goal of Godlessness and war than axy other, the Jewish peopie rose from the holocaust of neardestruction to fight for. establish and support a citadel of democracy in the Near East. Israel today stands as an example of their ancient veneration for the principle of man's humanity to man. During this reverent p eriod of the New Yeas, it comes to the fore as an affirmation of the Hebrew belief that the living ideal inevitably triumphs over the immorality of destruction and all those Altitudes striking at the dignity of humankind. May the New Year 5713 open still brighter vistas for th-s Jewish people. May those adhering to its Faith here find happiness in their spiritual identification with a religion that will ever continue bringing credit, hope and progress to men everywhere. Visitors Pleased At Israeli Exposition Very shortly after its opening ir. New York City's huge Rockefeller Center, the Israel Bond1 ;:por.sored Israel Exposition has brought participating Israel firms their first orders from customers | in the United States. A number of participating firms, including a furniture man\ ufacturing company in Tel Aviv,! ; %  watch company and a Jeru-1 salem gift shop, reported receipt \ of inquiries concerning price lists j 1 nd shipping details. At least one of the more than MEW YEAR GREETINGS THE CORNELL COMPANY HOOTING k SHEET METAL 41M N. W. 2th Street Phone 44 CS7S 50.000 New Yorkers and others, who braved a hot August sun to view the largest single assembly of Israel goods exhibited in the United States, was so sold on the exposition and Israeli industry that he packed his haes and arrived this week in Tel Aviv. The visitor, a non-Jew, is an amateur movie photographer. He was so impressed with industrial Israel that he decided to make it the subject of his next film. A Happy New Year To All VUhinmSimdio* Distinguished Private School Dancing — Drama Radfo — Speech323 W. 47tb STREET MIAMI BEACH A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Davis Printer* 1013 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 9-4922 John H. Doris PRINTING OF DISTINCTION GREETINGS Ask Your Barber About "THE NEW FORMULA 99" Florida Barber Supply Co., Inc. 2042-44 N.W. 7th AVENUE TeL: 2-4933 or 9-8645 from the (JH t n I -% $ t% MR. and MRS. 1 L. MINTZER. JACK and JACKIE and the Children, Michael and Bruce MR. and MRS. RAYMOND M. CHEUNG and Judy ROSH HASHANA Ljreetin f From the Tall Corn Country fH Vuiuqut Pdcfiutf gamftiuut Dubuque. Iowa Packers of KOSHER BEEF. VEAL and LAME' Wishes You a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Representatives Saffer Brokerage Company Harry Sailer. Free. Offices: 24 N. W. 7th Street Miami Phone 3-53 2310 Market Street. Jacksonville Phone 3 Mtt Distributors Miami Provision Company 1062 N. W. 22nd Street Miami. Fla. Phone 2-9413



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PAGE 2 A Jmist rkridian___ FRIDAY, SEPTTMf Synagogues Usher In Rosh Hashona lonig V'outr. .. $ p ung wul be Jack Katzr --~ '"-MirCKr.x ier. Keni* *• -\ %  ,;..: : ",".'-'": ". :" = : '"• %  : %  -'•. Comae Goodmas Carol War) n 5^. tan •*"! ag Rosh Hashona Zamora J< ;-• %  ?. %  : e*aa B Ji*4pOBeet Anc BftSV* *OkmrM% wil: oe M %  a** ans. with • .,j y Jack Mav and Samducted by Joe F'eel ,„,., uc-i H I Kleu>a Youth services of the West; Ahavas Israel Synae -.. Jewish Center on both i hold Rosh Hashona servL| days *:li begin at 11:15 a.m.. con-' (Continued tm Seit %  Z %  -£ r< ; • -. %  •. i %  %  2Mfc_ Been Ni.-.v-_ rrTTirgK -.£•• I '• 7 Z' ." if 2 •-%  %  -%  %  •*m _: :7 SB] : : 7 %  7 %  7 Hi.! "in ssw ***i KB Ssap a -r5713 %  THE FINEST SOAP! sag m. w u-j e -> ne Pwi :? a*. sen Race Aifrec Wix^ar iertwt : ( -_i* W-r: Jfcarr ;-TscCe*e.USBS*>^*. JJ j* -rr-waseg %  mtr. Use %  istr) t.: or ea c M on the top* Anc He .x,:: ; The And I -Ear blow— Mu. t 11:30 au I: I -" : I • %  : ii R 1 be i i P Oinr_i-:; -T rL-Griae Food Company Pica* 9-E!*/ Free Phone or write us at once — your cal endar will be mailed without delay. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES fit S.W. • Compare I ffflll It* SlMCX iw OF UTMOST IMI'ORTAMi; IN \ Jewish Funeral Service Nothing can take the place of a thorough knowledge of Jewish religious tradition in conducting a funeral service that is correct in every particular. Through many years of faithful sen ice to Jewish families, we have gained this all-important experience and understanding. The responsibility to conduct every service correctly and .with reverence, beauty and dignity, we unreservedly accept and honor as a sacred trust. Free Parking 0 then Compare I HUH W IMh AVE. 3-9431 1333 DADE BLVD. Phosse 5-7*77 Memorial Chapel • TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Wcsi Flaejer fc 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave.. Phone 5-7777 -5-3355 "•HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE tU*A*D T. WtWMAW. Fw*ral Director AM EISCNlOtC. Tre-** IN NEW YOUsfc 7*h Street sad Asssurdsni Art %  SONS MHC lU*



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PAGE 8 A fJenistfhrkitan FRIDAY. SEPTEMBE R l9| c^ttutLf y VeialtPfftJ HELEN ALPERT Lite Block Weds Paii Plaza: Bride N Liste Opening of The New Year heralds friends' East Wishes for each Other personal joys and ones own devout hope in the kindliness of proridsnce. To all who have welcomed this column from week to weetc %  ad to all others, loot we trust that here, where the Old ^ :IT i-d the NEW Year meet, if be a friendly crossing COLLEGE NOTEEOOK: D:ck Ltvm Murr.IFi week ~. a car .r.g with baggage and L r T 2 : .v-re—and for ^^S t Mill" • mistrjr major, shook I nds v.• | Juan Hoi N w in his fourl l Harvey B polished up blueprints in sua m Gilbert M Fe:n Another exr.^ Kenny Tries! nfl laboring pen and u Tau'j Dew home equivalent of a barn >Pfor rt indirg I tion : I • %  • "--.-.:-'-:. P: %  la : %  / Epa Arriving 21 lie campus early mostly To dust off the furniture and start tire meals rolhag w*n Z3T"s atBcan—prexy Ed GulhBMBB. secretary AI Boa* treasurer R:ciard G l in t Last year's veepee was PwlJ ReaJK Srfwsrr Presen: is prese=-. r*ip*e Ir. a hurried eatt r.:i Lena raaera aiM r>ews: anybody who wants So send er= —: = !*::-.z ic oAiurrn:. Friends. ReU:.vs. Anybody rr-_r:- _; ?.-_-: _r \-i =*::• dcl-ars are -ight> ::r.T;-t=-PEOPLE: 1 .%  .%  %  the Silvers' wiD ihiid ; : I .. %  .:: %  : : -:=:•• for tii nthi The Larry K:::r-;r; ganaMi ttttle fellcw is home, following iha p;l:r attacki ifia mum is s^And ti $ aQ of fivear.d-a-half wsrk..-.hare w-.•..-. Mem and physical Iharajpy daily. :c regain ihe us> of his right lee The Old Forge s brilliant Ed Ccwar. amputated his Cslifomia slay to come home and it awhile: % % %  hat he didn't expeci was tha emergency appendectomy they banded him Bi: ; : :: Balti I theii sixth vacal at the N t Beach fn M %  %  it hei sistei n A teai ip lown here and inspect their | %  :_r :sst report ii th< ir -.-. -J • full they'n nin| First I the Waves Hote!. %  .-' %  -'.' %  %  ante 1 their aid with a :.I :' genii removing • and unrustins the front door. Hm-n-n-n no wonder • gals love I here A. J. "Stumpy" Kaplan found himself in a familiar quandary :.-.is week: on the same evening he was due at two simultaneous — cetings. of the Jaycees. and of the B'nai B'rith. Temptation sim ply rocked him to settle the matter—by going to the football game :--stead Busiest man-*ith-a briefcase whizzing through the HerB i -: Building is usu lly Sid Sterner, executive secretary of' Beach Apartment House Association Ruth Brotman, on her card this week postmarked Napoli. conc.udes amusingly. She finishes final comments on the Israeli Music .esliral. then says. "We ate luckshin morn, noon and night. Spending some lime m France, then SS Atlantic to Quebec. Oodles of noodles and lore." PERSONAL: I air, very touched to receive a card of notification that Brandeis '. I r.iversity is oenefited by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk in r ol my recovery. Shamed. I confess I'm not certain of the -.a.ure of the donation. But what I did grasp, instantly, was the .-:..-. dness .-.:.. motivated it: CIVIC FLASHES: Interesting to the community-minded is the unanimous feelrunning through the 41s: Street sect.on that a midtown causei Mrs Paul Shiekman Adler, Goldblatt Wedding Sunday Miss li Adler and Stanley _•• were wed last Sun%  the Atlanta Ho.: ris Sk p o.'fi" %  titter of Mr and Mrs Max %  '-. IIS N\V C. -. the -n in marriage by ther and wore a chantiUV lace and 1 .-.ed on lace flowera neck of her illusion -. %  -• I tirt extended lot i a length train, and a braidIpiece r.eld a threeU She carried a bouquet of carnations, stephanotis and white arc:. Moid of honor was Miss Rosa..--• Lois Adler. the bride's sister. Other attendants were Mrs. Daniel Wei.stem. the bridegroom's sister from Brooklyn. Mrs. Martin the bride's cousin from New Jersey, and Miss Barbara Shanes. Irene Sue Koffman. the bridegroom's cousin, was flower girl. Son of Mrs. Lillian Goldblatt. 2145 SW 23rd Ten., the bridegroom had as best man Daniel Weinstem. George Harris Oster. the former Miss Adler's cousin, was ring bearer. Ushers were Marvin D. Koffman. Edward G. Oralnick. and Arthur Stelzer. 1 Shickman At Roney (1 In Who's Who iney Blo'-k. of mo Drive. Coral Gamarriage of ighter. Lila Rutn. to Paul Cr nof Mr Mrs Sin in, i25 North S '.'.'. \\ Mhfmi Beach. wedding was held on Sept mber 7th. at the Ocean Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel, with Rabbis Irvine Lehrman and Morris Skop officiating. Matron of honor was Mrs. Henrv Milgram, sister of the bridegrooii,. Henry Milgram. his brother-in-law, was b.st man.. Acting a Ronald Ager. S • Tint r Charles Sokol and Michael Block, brother of the bnde. The former Miss Block gradud Cum Laude from the University of Miarr:. where she rece.ved the AB degree. She was president of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Nu Kappa Tau Sororities. Participating in the Home-coming Queen's Court, she won an award. for outstanding graduating senior in the College of Fine Arts and Science. Her name is listed in Who's Who Ir. American Colleges And Universities. Mr Shiekman. who attended Pennsylvania State College, gradCam Laude from the Utility of Miami, where he received the BS degree. He did graduate work in chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania ar.d cancer research at Temple University. He was president of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and is current; ly a member of Hibiscus Lodge. Masonic Order. Mr. Shiekman is also associated wi h Rudo Sumrand S. Rudofker's. of Philadelphia. A reception at the Roney Plaza Hotel followed the ceremony. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Jamaica. Haiti. Dominican Republic. Virgin Isles and Puerto Rico. Mrs. Joseph Taiienbaum Israelite Center To Hold Yom Kippur Dance The Israelite Center will hold a Yom Kippur Night Dance on Monday. September 29th, at 8:30 p.m. Co-chairmen are Phil Barocas and Mrs. Norman Bergrin. Others on the committee are Mrs. I. | Goldberg and Mrs. Sam Zollinger. : Tr.e Mellow Chord Trio will provide music. Jeanette Kahn Weds! Joseph Tancnbaum Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaho.1 1441 SW 5th Street, announce!! marriage of their daughter. Jear.-, ette Shirley, to Joseph Tane-. baum. son of Mr. and Mrs Harry I Tarenbaum. 3685 SW 21st Street) The wedding took place ban Sp ember 7th. at the home of] Rabbi Simon April. The bride was graduated frcn Miami High School, where shs] was a member of Phi Delta Gamj ma Sorority. The bridegroom wn also graduated from Miami Highi School and is an i mployee of the Miami Daily News. Followirg a honeymoon •:::> through Flori-Jj. the couple will] reside in Miami. present Creek 'hump-backed' ; ^i;:' r V\'" p r ^ ei .especially since this is an undes.red block :from Collins Avenue ... They'd suo-• %  ; %  • ^v." • Ige Meanwhile, a new group of lot • side, naming ther£elv the ; -Strip. AIH register opposition, they indicate, to the proposed LITERARY: :ur northern friends—in New York and breaking Confiammer ', i :.J„„ u-^u ,'"' s "." w '" ,u %  oreater Miami :Si ^ lnCd ,IOm l^**r ^ions recently in N.w OriLn. wS Louise Chapter Meets The Louise Chapter. American Jewish Congress, will hold its first meeting of the season on Monday. September 22nd, 12:30 p.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel. Plans for the forthcoming Membership Tea will be announced by Mrs. Hazel Grossman, membership chairman. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone S-5411 Entrance on Washington Ai OCULISTS PRESCrUfilufio FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES i DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Mrs Slanley Goldblatt %. s^u^u -Tituu^u the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS res. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdal. W..i Palm Be.ch the Dress -Fx.-.tir K*,•,-. • c • sc '"'' 8 n,s ^econn Dook n — -i God bless you 1L We extend best wishes for A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR to our many friends and patrons MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE Formal Wear that ii freahly e'ea-ea. .mart,, f'tUd.' """""I Complete outfit! including ,hoet. PHONE 482084 NTVERSITY 2K P MEN'S SHOP 2*21 Ponce De L*,,, Boul^„ d CoraJ GJ>]M % 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER 6 RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING PACKING WANTED LO AD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM StyjKKF OR VICIN ITY • • ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOH-TO-DOOB WITHERS VAN LINES ^ ^Ml 8 OLDEST fURRITURE MOVERS



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AY SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 fJmhli Fkrirfian PAGE 5 E SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW ) Y E A R Phone 83-7179 MARKOWITZ B*0S., INC. MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 5600 N. E. 4th Avenue Phone 89-2411 T 0 OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 0. J. BANK RADIOS and APPLIANCES 15 N.W. Le JEUNE ROAD Phone 48-9664 <%* BEAUTY SALON Air Conditioned 72 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES To All • • • Happy New Yew: I.AltV of MIAMI, Inc. Morris Greenwald 5 S. W. 2nd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLA. \ II pp'y New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Re-Weavit 1753 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI Paone 3-6990 Mr *Theophiloi A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Palm Ave. Cleaners & Laundry 427 PALM AVENUE HIAL EA H Paone 88-9357 Dorid Ogilvie EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. fc MRS. MAX FRIEDSON American Builders Supply, Inc. 2728 S.W. 28th Lane PHONES 4-2296 — 4-6206 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE 1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY 79th Street Causeway Phone 84-4451 San Winer Al Sherman TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR (Continued from Preceding Page) prepared formula were distributed to needy babies. But JDC's feeding programs are only one part of the battle | now being waged to save human lives. Even more important is JDC's medical program, carried on in cooperation with OSE, the local health organization. To combat the "deadly triad" — tuberculosis, trachoma and tinea — JDC is today supporting a network of 75 hospitals, dispensaries, sanitaria, clinics and other medi-' cal installations throughout the Moslem world. During 1951, these installations treated an average of 43,000 men, women and children monthly! This program too makes "miracles." Take trachoma, the eye disease which often leads to blindness. A year and a half ago. in southern Tunisia, nearly every family registered for emigration to Israel was held back because it contained one or more trachoma sufferers. To this scene, JDC brought modern methods of trachoma control and treatment, and by the end of the year the overwhelming majority had been cured and passed for emigration. The JDC medical program too is expanding — new clinics, dispensaries and hospitals are being planned and built. Some day we may yet be able to reach our goal — to provide medical aid and treatment to all those Jewish sufferers who need it. Because JDC aid, limited by budgetary restrictions, cannot be provided for all, the main effort has been directed toward the children. As a result. JDC-supported schools have become the center not merely for educational programs, but for feeding, child welfare and health programs as well. Today educational assistance in one form or another is being provided to tens of thousands of youngsters in half a dozen countries — to 38,500 boys and girls receiving grade school instruction in the schools of the Alliance Israelite Universelle, to 9.000 attending the religious schools of the Ozar Hatorah, to some 2,000 boys and girls getting vocational training in nine ORT trade schools. This aid must be continued, and must be expanded to the point of finally eliminating the hadai rim, the one-room religious I schools which do much less to impart knowledge than they do to spread ignorance and disease. Bringing new happiness also to thousands of youngsters are JDC-financed summer vacation programs throughout North AfA Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Tropival Harden 1600 COLLINS AVENUE Apartments MIAMI BEACH Phones 58-6421 — 5-9590 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Marvel Cleaners, Inc. SIXTEEN CORAL WAY CORAL GABLES Phone 4-1242 HAPPY NEW YEAR BUCHWALD & CO. JEWELRY — NOVELTIES — BAGS 160 W. 34th Street New York City 731 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone M-1919 YOUNG INDUSTRIES PERRINE. FLORIDA Nissim Garbes rica. This summer alone, more than 11.000 undernourished children, chiefly in Morocco, spent happy vacations as JDC guests. These youngsters, taken only for a short period from their dark overcrowded one-room homes in the ghettoes, given a few weeks of nourishing food, sunshine and fresh air. returned home improved in health, better able to cope with the harsh realities of 1 ghetto existence. Despite the continued increase in JDC assistance programs during the past few years, there are still thousands of Jews in the Moslem world to whom JDC aid must reach out during the period ahead. For we are now seeing the growth throughout North Africa and the Near East of new tensions and new dangers. Added to the age-old misery in which the Jews of the Moslem world have lived is the growing spirit of Arab nationalism, which, though not primarily directed at the Jews, is causing growing fear. In the small and isolated hill villages of Iran, Morocco and other areas, Jews are feeling their loneliness today more than ever before. In Morocco alone, 25,000 Jews live in these small isolated villages, surrounded by Arabs. Today they desperately need food, clothing, medical care, and, most of all, they need to be evacuated to the larger cities from which they can eventually leave for Israel. Even in the cities, the problem is still great. In the city of Tetuan, Spanish Morocco, 40 percent of the 5,700 Jews eke out a wretched sub-standard existence. This year, for destitute Jews in Tetuan and other, cities of Spanish Morocco, JDC funds are beginning to provide care and feeding for needy children and to initiate medical, educational and (Continued on Next Page) A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Clients Roosevelt Bldg. 756 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-1570 Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Singer A Happy ond Prosperous New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons THE KING FAMILY of King's Jewelera of Lincoln Road A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Rex Press 407 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS VAGABOND CLUB (Closed now but re-opening in December) 732 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 2-1598 HENRY NEYLE. General Manager Mr. Robert Strassfoarg Music Dir. o th. Miami Bwh Jewish Canier k Heta-wAl %  Hllf MRS STRASSBURG and Sons PAUL and MARC Extend Greetings to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami for a Richly Creative and Happy New Year^ mmm TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Crane Tile Company EXPERT WORKMANSHIP 3492 N.W. 7th STREET PHONE 64-8742 To Our Friends and Patrons Happy New Year United Wine Stores, Ine. 402 N.W. 14th STREET PHONE 9-9344 TO ALL ... HAPPY NEW YEAR Garliek Service Stations 301 S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI. FLA.



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[y SFJTEMBER 19, 1952 LdlHi^ht Time For H52-53 (5713) +Jewish nnririten PAGE 13 A D of week Date FrVday f pt 19 Saturday Sep*. Friday p P • Suiiday s HP f Friday '| Saturday utt. Friday c t. Saturday Oct. Friday • • Oct. Friday .• Oct. Fridav Oct. 31 Friday Nov. Friday Nov. Friday Nov. Friday Nov. Friday Dec. Friday Dec. Friday Dec. 20 26 28 3 %  1 10 11 17 24 14 21 28 5 12 19 Special Occasions Erev Rosh Hashona ... 2nd ninht Rosh Hashona Snabbos Shuvah Erev Yom Kippur Erev Succoth 2nd night Succoth Hoshano Rabbo Simchas Torah Erev Shabbos B'rashis Friday Dec. 26 Friday Jan2 Friday JanJ Fridav Jan. 16 Friday Jan. 23 Friday Jan. 30 Fridav Feb. 6 Friday Feb. 13 Friday Feb. 20 Friday Feb. 27 Friday Mar. 6 Friday Mar. 13 Fridav Mar. 20 Friday Mar. 27 Monday Mar. 30 Tuesday Mar. 31 Friday Apr. 3 Sunday Apr. 5 Monday Apr. 6 Friday Apr. 10 Friday Apr. 17 Erev Chanukah ...?.. 7th aay of Chanuxah Shafebos Shirah Erev Passover ... Passover 2nd day Erev Yom Tov Last day of Passover Lighting of Candles 6:03 6:50 5:55 5:53 5:48 6:30 5:41 6:20 5:34 5:28 5:22 5:18 5:14 5:12 5:11 5:11 5:13 5:15 5:20 5:24 5:29 5:34 5:39 5:45 5:50 5:55 5:59 6:03 6:07 6:11 6:14 6:18 6:37 6:55 6:21 6:40 6:59 6:24 6:27 Friday Fridav Friday Fridav Tuesday Wednes Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Fridav Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Compi Apr. 24 May 1 May 8 May 15 6:31 6:34 6:38 6:42 6:44 7:21 6:46 6:49 6:52 6:55 6:57 6:58 6:59 6:5P iay May 20 Shevuous — 2nd day May 22 May 29 Jure 5 June 12 June 19 June 26 July 3 July 10 July 17 July 24 6:57 6:54 6:50 Aug. 7 6:44 Aug. 14 6:40 Aug. 21 6:34 Aug. 28 6:27 Sept. 4 6:20 ed and edited by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky | STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK j SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETEHY Pre-deyelopmenl prices at this time PALMETTO ROAD. SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 1 Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. L V* Greetings TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER. Owner 2546 S.W. 8th Street — Phone 83-6255 (AIR CONDITIONED) Food To Please All The Family PALY SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH %  29c DINNER • 49c FREE PARKING Gables Sisterhood To Meet Orf Monday The start of a new Temple Sisterhood season will get under way with the first meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisternood on Monday, September 22, 8 p.m., at the Center. Presiding will be Mrs. Sam Schulefand, charter member of the group. A Dessert Card Party will be held by the Sisterhood on Wednesday, September 24th, 1 p.m., at the Center under the chairmanship of Mrs. Max Messer WANTED POTOK, Hirsch—.age 42. born in Tortakow, Poland, migrated to the United States about 1950. Last known address is Miami Beach. He is being sought by his cousin, Alex Potok, of 556 Eagle Street, Bronx, New York, who was born in 1913, in Tortakow. RAUCH, Mitzi (Marie) born in Vienna, Austria, age between 42 and 45, migrated to Miami about 15 years ago. She is being sought by Max Steigmann of the M & B Motel, Key West, Florida, who recently migrated to the United States. A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR, FRIENDS AND PATRONS Van and Arrvola DANCING SCHOOL 2910 N.W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phono 64-7222 V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Dr. Murray Mifler OPTOMETRIST 14 N.W. First St. PHONE 82-7913 Next Door To Helmly's 1215 N.W. 21st St. Ph. 3-8795 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BEN YOMEN MARGARET BEN YOMEN coid WENDY % &f&f&f&f&f&f <. piIAMl CONVALESCENT HOME' Specializing in Cars to the Elderly and Chrenically 111 24 Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Observed • Private and Semi-Private Rooms |LEO ALLEN. Director 335 S. W. 12th Avenue. Phone* 2-5437 end 9-0278 &f&f < GLASS FOB EVERY' "-*• PURPOSE "TORE FRONT — PLATE end WINDOW GLASS irwaitur. Tope. Beveled Mirror, end Retllveriag Our Specialty '-*. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 "ORRIS ORLIN IRVING GORDON A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Boulevard Patio Shop 6703 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 84-2209 A Happy and Prosperous New Tear To All Our Friends and Patrons Max Paul JEWELER 424 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1837 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Johnson Fruit Corp. 60 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 2-8266 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL S.J. 420 Lincoln Road Realtor A Happy and Prosperous N"*" fear To All Our,Friends Rudy and Shirley Hess CATERERS 1311 S.W. 62nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 87-8942 New Year Greetings To All &f QUALITY &f S E R V I C E MIAMI BAGEL BAKERY Telephone 2-2498 1938 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI 35. FLORIDA GREETINGS! DAWSON REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Two Locations to Serve You 9601 N.W. 10th Avenue. Miami Shores 3800 S.W. 8th St. (On the Trail). Coral Gables. 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PAGE 10 E *Jk>istiFk>rkfiar) Investment Capital Methods By ROBERT SZOLD Chairman of Board. Palestine Economic Corporation Palestine Economic Corporation, an American corporation organized to do business in Palestine, was incorporated in 1926. In its first Prospectus, the Corporation stated: "The Corporation has been formed to afford an instrument through which American lews and others who may be interested may give material aid on a strictly business basis to productive Palestinian enterprises and thereby further the economic development of the HofcLand and the reset-I n „,„.„. r... tlement there -i an increasing tlon was a P nme !" ^*> r number of Jews. j an 8 e growers and truck tanners The Corporation makes no had primitive, shallow wells. Palpromises or representations and ; est i n e Economic Corporation was gives no guarantees as to the t ;e f lrst t0 insist on systematic outcome of its endeavors. It will, 'exploration for water and on rahowever. earnestly strive to make | tionalized exploitation of availof itself a useful factor in proable resource s through centralized noting the welfare of Palestine." j irrigation svstems. Palestine Economic Corporation t t was the Palestine Economic has been and continues to be "a Corporation that introduced the useful factor." Perhaps that atrotarv drill which sought out and tribute which has contributed disclosed new water-bearing -::..most to its usefulness has been its ta jn pi aces deeper than the shovventuresome and pioneering spirei and car h er drilling rigs could jt. In 1922. two financial instiru:. na were inaugurated the '•'. and Savings Bank. Ltd.. and the Central Bank of Cooperative Instituti ns in Palestine, Ltd. El ,-as designed to aid the man. The very dal %  the O rp >rati n's sul aries en rked in business -.i ::.. .: •. ( nturesome This was because of the go. It lost over $250,000. experiting th( m it suitable %  %  ds of well drilling and • : distribution Jointly with the PICA. :: '. irmed the P..:stine %  %  %  %  %  my, Ltd the first its kind in Palestine, which es• : listri ..• :. systems in the Sha and in Sanu Ir. Samaria, the '.'. ..: I I ru> growers of Pai s Hannah and Karku: w. re itions then prevailthrough watei a Turig in the count:-. backward n-.ethods of lending money on rtg .:• n houses, inadequate Liar..-...'.;, absence of mortgage traditions, lack of established I :" agricultural colonies I ei >n the collective or the onian formation. In Galilei rge tracts of theretofore and land were opened up to cultivation. Here again was no lack of venture. In 1929. Palestine Economic Corporation brought to rt-alizaiual basis and frequent abtum the s „. ca i led Thousand FamI sence of elementary notions of Uy pi an whlch enabled agncul' ting. The contribution of these two financial subsidiary companies to :.-.e development of Palestine was. tural wage-earners gradually to become self-supporting smallholders. Palestine Economic Corporation established ten workers' perhaps, as much by reason of the, Vlllagcs |n the oranRe be „ am introduction of certain American buiU in the:r over 500 wolkers standards o: conduct, as by rean of the investments the-*-'' ves Borrowers were taught that •ould be made only for conictive purposes and that loans must be repaid. There were housi The concession to Palestine Potash. Ltd.. for the exploitation of the mineral resources of the Dead Sea. was granted as of January j 1. 1930. This would not have been 1925. five years before the concession was granted, when the plans for commercial exploitation of potash were but a dream. When the enormous tract in the Haifa Bay. now owned by Bayside Land Corporation, Ltd., was acquired in 1928. it was largely desert, sand and malaria swamps. At that time, before the modern harbor was built in Haifa, it took active imagination to persist in this complicated transaction. Palestine Economic Corporation not only furnished the money for its own purchase, but also financed a similar purchase by the Jewish National Fund. Thus a partnership was established which has worked most satisfactorily until this day. Thus was initiated the first modern town planning in Palestine. Palesi tine Economic Corporation was the pioneering spirit in opening %  u p the area: it established Kiriath : Haim by building and financing ; its first 200 houses. Hundreds of industrial enterprises and four residential suburbs have been built in Haifa Bay since. In order to enable the Bejarano orange juice concentrate plant to acquire modern American machinery. Palestine Economic Corporation invested $120,000 in AsSince then. Palestine Economic Corporation increased its investment to facilitate the estab%  nt of a distillery, producing alcohol from the waste liquor of citrus juices. During the Arab-Israel War of 1948. when the regular shipping lines refused to call at Haifa or Tel Aviv, and the Palestine ports were otherwise blockaded. Palestine Economic Corporation participated in the charter of ships which deliberately ran the blockade to deliver food. From this small beginning. The American Israel Shipping Company, Inc.. was formed, in which the Pales(Continued on Page 15 E) inn vations. The Mortgage Bank p ,, ss b i, without the participation inned and supervised the conof tne Palestine Economic C oriti • of low cost houses. Sevporation. which in time became the present leaders of tne thc largest holder of tkc ordmarv Stab of Israel, from the Prime M rter down, were Palestine voting shares. Indeed, the first business venture capital put at Economic Corporation home-ownthe dlsposal of M A NoV omesky "ISiWL„ .KM. for ** future Palestine Potash ?J2L li^£j£H* Ltd V pO.000 subscription made by Palestine Cooperative Company (the predecessor of Palestine Economic Corporation) in the pattern for the standard low home. The Central Bank for Cooperative Institutions taught the principles of cooperative endeavor and showed tfie way to organize cooperatives in the barren economy. When, in 1928. it SDoeared that adequate hotel facilities were a necessary adjunct for the development of Palestine tourist traffic. Palestine Economic Corporation pump-primed the King David Hotel m the city of Jerusalem. In the earliest days of the British Mandate, it was universally recognized that water for irrigaA Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Holmcr Drug !'.. I in*. 2025 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 9-9733 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Recovering — Upholstering High Grade Work Reasonable INTERIORS Color Planning Upholstery Slip Covers Drapes Complete Line of Living Room Furniture 1025 N.E. 79th St., Miami, Fla. Telephone 89-6538 F. A. Cardelli A HAPPT \EW TEAR TO ALL OCR FRIENDS A\D PATK( >.\S Ruth's Jewelry Inc. Gables Stationers SANS SOUCI HOTEL OFFICE SUPPLIES MIAMI BEACH RUTH ZISSMAN 227 ALCAZAR AVENUE CORAL GABLES Phone 48-6046 '• %  •• %  ••••*• Sol Schreiber ___ _. HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR OF MY FRIENDS Rhoda M. Levine REAL ESTATE BAKER'S BAR' Choice BEER — WINES — LIQUORS 420 LINCOLN ROAD 414 N.W. 20th STREET MIAMI A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FR1E\DS A.\D PATRO\S Clyde Court Beauty Salon 200 S.E. 1st AVENUE MIAMI Miss Juanita Cox Phone 2-1440 A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATROLS Radio Sales & • Rental Co. 1726 ALTON ROAD Phone 5-1932 C. R. Gunn HAPPY NEW YEAR RAY ZIE6LER Real Estate Broker 1129 N.W. 3rd St. A Hippy^e, v., T „ Our Friend, m ^ Brooks Bendix Launderette 3104 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 4-2645 A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO AJ OUR FRIENDS A\D PATROKsj Rainbow Book & Knit Shop 78 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Phone 4-1539 Mrs. Frances Rosendale TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS HAPPY NEW YEtt| STATE HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 7806 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami. Rondo • ROSH HASHANA K-jreetin f s TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS


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-MAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 *Jmfis0t ncrirlinn PAGE 9 G I SUN IS DIFFERENT IN TRUJILLO (ull (Co „tinued from Preceding Page} innev .. wouldn't you like that?" %  I said the school was very iood." "Nothing else? Tell me, is anything wrong? Laszlo?" When she called him by his jU name she meant to be severe. lut somehow he was not scared is time: instead, a strange need u speak up rose in him. He nev, r complained, but he must ask ier now. "Mami." ne said in a gentle oice he rarely used, "could I get pants like everybody in jchool? Not even the smallest >ys wear these! Could I, Mami?" Her face didn't change when ihe hesrd this. But she scanned ier son with a long, searching Then she turned in a molion of impatience. 'I will talk to your father about |t tonight," she answered. "No. Mami, no!" he exclaimed iuddenly, leaping from the bed. 'Please don't tell him, please!" Why not?" she asked, turning ack. "Just don't, Mami. Please lon't." She gave no answer. He saw ier going, and then he began to mock is fists against the mat88. He hit it rhythmically, coin-' ciding each blow with a bitter "please don't." He knew now that he had been foolish in asking her. He had acted like a baby, and been unjust to his parents. The time when his wishes had been granted was past, past as soon as the wardering began. On the ship he had been homesick and his father had said, "You must stop crying. You are a big boy now." And his mother hid said, "Leave him alone, wait till he is thirteen to call him a man." But he had been proud and had not complained. Not until now. He hoped so much that she would not tell his father. A moment later he grew calmer. He wiped his face with a towel and went into the narrow, steaming kitchen. His mother was bent over the adobe stove, raking the coals with a rusty poker. "I am going to see Manolo," he said without looking up. "Don't you want something to eat?" "I am not hungry. Maybe later," he said, and walked out. Manolo lived next door. He was a plump, careless black boy about Loco's age. He talked quickly in a singsong fashion, waving his hands for emphasis. Loco liked him better than he did his own older brother, who cared only about girls. He found his friend sitting on the doorsteps of his house with a penknife and a strip of pine in his hands. "What are you doing?" asked Loco upon approaching him. "Making a spear," said Manolo, his tongue sticking to his lips distractedly. He had on a stained white undershirt and long cotton trousers, and the sun drew gay sparkles upon his face. Loco sat down beside him. "I hate school!" he cried out unexpectedly. Manolo looked up. "That's because it's your first day, Lotso," he answered, waving his hands. "Don't call me Lotso!" he snapped. "No Lotso?" said Manolo shrugging his shoulders. "Very well, I'll call you Whitie. Is it all right if I call you that?" "No! No! Don't call me that!" "You know something? I really can't call you Whitie. Because someday you will be black, like me." "Like you?" "Uhum. Chu-Chu the barber told me that black people are black because they are all the time under the sun. You see," he pointed towards the sun, "we got here a big hot sun the whole year except maybe August, when it rains. Have you got so much sun where you used to live?" Loco didn't answer. "And the sun," he asked, "will it make me black too?" "Naturalmente, black like everybody." "But I shouldn't be black, should I?" Being a refugee, do you know that? How could I become black?" "What do you mean?" asked Manolo, shrugging shoulders. "Caramba, muchacho, I don't understand you!" "Oh, nothing, Manolo. Noth-1 ing." He got up and walked towards his house, kicking the pebbles on his way. Occasionally he stole swift glances at the blazing, blinding sun. A great many thonghts, all striking and confus?d, stirred up feverishly in his I head. The back of it started to | ache, his stomach felt empty and shrunken. He recalled vaguely that his father would not return until night. He began to walk toward! the avenue perceiving a wagon pulled by horses pass by him and the piercing strain in the air of "Guayaba blanca! Por do-1 zena la Guayaba!" Then someone big strumbling on him, saying "Is there no space in the world!" and set his own legs flying at first, I then floating freely as in a vast, hollow cloud. All at once he found himself at the end of the avenue, on the | skirts of Caobas Park. This was a wide, winding forest, parts ot which had been trimmed to build grounds for jai-alai players. But since these parts were too far from the rich section, they had been left deserted and useless. In that direction Loco began to walk. He remembered, as in a dream, that he had not eaten since morning. But he could not make out clearly why, and what prompted him to walk deeper and deeper through the snaky footpatn into the woods. He wan driven, he knew, by the sun. It stood now slightly lower on the firmament than an hour before, but it was strong enough to conceal the sky from one's eyes. Soon his limbs trembled with fatigue. He had passed the aoba trees and the smaller palms surrounded by cabuya plants, and now an empty field opened before him. He ascended one of its humps and looking beyond it he saw the sky touching the nearly Ozema River. A caressing breeze sailed from it imbued with the scent of fruits about to be shipped over the Caribe. With it came the sound of guitars and marracas that Loco had heard many a time he had come to the harbor to observe the sailors and their incoming boats. He nearly saw the harbor now, flooded with bees and cockroaches. How he envied those sailors who could land (Continued on Next Page) cfo Clll We Say Ci Tfiost (Happy Ylew JJear M Mr. and Mrs. David Melts and Family Wish All Their Fiier.ds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mi. and Mrs. Jerry Melts Terri Beth and Scott Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR |Mr. end Mrs. Reuben Merlin Wish All Their Frierds and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR [ Mr. £ nd Mrs. Max B. Messer Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. 4 nd Mrs. Herman Meyer and Children Samuel, Arna and Josiah Wish All Their "ids and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr, and Mrs. Ben Meyers Wish All Their r.~:ends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Family Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR h 55? Mw No "n C. Miller Pd Daughters, Linda and Amy Wish All Their '•tends and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. *nd Mrs. Robert Miller „ and Children Heztl Cam! and Danny t .Wish All Their f-"-LTds and Relatives _A_HAPPY NEW YEAR M and Mrs. Max Mintier and Family Wish All Their f-;er.ds and Relatives J^HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr an d Kirs. Sam Mitsman Wish All Their ?2S and Relatives AiAPPY NEW YEAR [Mr. cn d Mrs. David Moldoff and Family v Wish AH Their A*u^L and Relatives _^HAPPY NEW YEAR r -d Mrs Stanley C. Myers *"<1 Family -Wish AH Their I 1 £T* and Relatives A HAPPY NEW YEAR N •••a Daughter. 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I jflpAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 I • M 10. PAGE 15 F JEWS IN SPORTS ^Continued from Preceding Page) I nick Savitt, who had established himself as one of the world's leading tennis players through bis capturing of the Wibledon and Australian titles, appeared to be one of the most promising athletes for the US Davis Cup Team However. Savitt was not L am cd to the squad. Sportswriters hammered out their criticisms against his being snubbed. It was pointed out that tennis is a sport -,n which discrimination is known to run rampant because of the country club set-up of the game. Savitt later began to decline seriously in the quality of his game rand fans raised the question of 1 whether all of the difficulty he had encountered had left a mark on his playing. In basketball, informed sources complained of the rough time that professional Max Zaslofsky was having on the New York Knickerbockers. At one point in the season, Zaslofsky was being used very infrequently, particularly on road Hips, and several key people maintained that he was being discriminated against. Zaslofsky did much better toward the end cf the season, but he was conBidi ing the possibility of retiring. • Several Jewish stars won recognition in the 1951 season and i:. In the 1951 camSaul Ro n. pitcher for the Chix. finished with I earned run average in League. This year of the Cleveland Ind not do so well ar, came back with B si performance that d him as one of the leading hitters right at nning of the season. Al was named t the All-Star team. Plans got under way early for the 1953 Maccabiah games to be held in Israel. The event was scheduled for the latter part of next September and sports organizations in the various nations that will be participating started making preliminary arrangi ments for organizing teams. In the United States the team will probably be handled by the US Committee for Sports in Israel ki cooperation with the National Jewish Welfare Board. Headlines Coach Benny Friedman, of Brandeis University, escapes when his car collides with Hal Seidenberg earns _"• mi nt place among the Big ; lootball team's touchdown tters Wrestler Dave Mesnick packs them in on US tour A yi Attar, executive memIsrael Sports Federan i member of the World Executive of Maccabi, visits the S to help lay groundwork for W53 Mai a iah Basketball of the Mount Vernon, New York, YMHA is reinstated as amateurs by the convention of the Amateur Athletic Union after being dropped for violating rules by playing an exhibition game with the New York Knicks Mac Kinsbrunner, former basketball star and currently activities director for the Concord Hotel, disagrees with those who tried to fix the blame for the basketball scandals on the mountain resorts. Brandeis University denies rumors that Sid Luckman, ex-football hero, will be named head gridiron coach Barney Ain appointed director of the Metropolitan AAU Basketball Tournament in New York Dick Savitt refutes accusations against him by Frank Shields, captain of US Davis Cup team, and denies he has brought discredit to the game Irv Jaffee, onetime Olympic speed skating champ, returns to Winter Olympics in Norway as sports correspondent for the United Press Alan Stein, Columbia University court star, named to second team in All-Star metropolitan selections of New York baseball writers, with Bob Reiss, of Columbia, getting an honorable mention Wrestler Henry Wittenberg, a New York cop, wins berth on US Olympic team. Victor Hershkowitz wins 1952 singles title in four-wall handball championship, then teams to US Olympic team Joey Maxim trains at Grossingers for bout with Sugar Ray Robinson JWB announces that winner of next season's cage tournament will represent the US at the Maccabiah games. Sidney Schwartz, promising tennis star, continues on the upward course Cal Abrams, who was going strong with the Dodgers, last season but took a back seat when Brooklyn acquired slugger Andy Pafko from the Chicago Cubs, is traded to Cincinnati Marty Glickman, sportscaster and former Olympic track star, warns B'nai B'rith Spoits Lodge in New York that the danger of anti-Semitism still exists in US Olympic circles Physical training manual entitled. Health And Physical Education Activity in the Jewish Community Center, is written by Bob Morrison, athletic director of the JWB Al Rosen hits first home run at Yankee Stadium Ruby Goldstein, overcome by heat, is unable to finish reffing MaximRobinson fight, but recovers quickly after bout. Benny Friedman with Dan Grank to the doubles crown Hy Buller of the Rangers .hockey team becomes first rookie on the team's history to be named Most Valuable Player by the New York Hockey Writers Association Bensonhurst JCH, of Brooklyn, takes title in National Jewish Wellare Board basketball tourney at Baltimore Henry Laskau, national amateur walking champion, named lUntds Oi Isvavl Calendar September 20th-29th— High Holiday Promotion with sales appeal in all cooperating synagogues. October lst-31st -Hada3sah Bond Month. October 9th--Sukkot Rally at Hibiscus Lodge featuring Mrs. Judith Epstein and Molly Picon. October 10th—Hadassah luncheon in Honor of Mrs. Judith Epstein. November lst-31si—ZOA Bond Month. November 11th—Inaugural Dinner (Maurice Samuels, Speaker). December lst-31st—B'nai B'rith Bond Month. December 14th—BIG Day. December 15th—Chanukah Rally at Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Striving to Make Every Day of Every Year a Better One for Mankind ^Caspttal GROSSINGER'S GROSSINGER, N.Y. !" eiossiue Eft MNOOM t MIAMI IEACH. FLA. %  BMIB WmW 9 ^fW 1 >MIAMI DIAPER SERVICE Because it's so safe, so complete and inexpensive!" Fitting NO ~"S£X~~ F0 L DIAPER Baby Scales R"* d TALK Given To *" ^____^. %  Phone Today! / in Hollywood and Homestead In Miami In Ft. Lauderdale PHONE Miami Collect PHONE 82-3451 PHONE 2-2591 MIAMI / 411 MrttMst Mi Mmtl HMMB • SakMbrjr ef Mmi Lantrjr •tttet* f Vm** SOTWM For Just *2 A Week We Get All These Things... § A Constant, Uniform Supply Of Surgically Sterile, Fluffy, White Diapers! ) 9 Eveready Nursers The Most Modern, Hygienic Formula Bottles Available! 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)AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 *-Jewlsknfr*&*r7 PAGE 9 C Greetings 1 and P*t SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 82 S.W. Third Street PHONE a-74 Mfl. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and Iht SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish fc: All Their Patroni ar.d Friends a HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MARVEL CLEANERS SERVICE and QUALITY CLEANING Mrs. Lurile P. Neher. Owner 16 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-1242 And All Jewry Shall Seek Water GREETINGS lorril Blcke — Max Jackson Shsuidirlere liar 626 SO. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI .Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL I MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 21S6 N. W. 27th Armu* MIAMI. FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 GREETINGS [ T 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 SEASON'S GREETINGS T OUR MANY FRIENDS and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN [France Agency, Inc. PHONE 2-tIll *Tld Bid* Life in a temporary work Tillage in Israel's Negev is rather grim this Rosh Hashona. as the faces of these homecomers so dramatically reveal. Getting water for the simple necessities of life creates a problem for the immigrants who have to haul water in buckets from this supply point. UJA funds augmented by Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, will ba instrumental in the building of hundreds of vital water wells throughout Israel. Israel Makes Good By MILTON BROWN (Copyright, 19S*. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) Some ten years' ago an energetic, self-assured and purposeful but entirely unknown young man by the name of Abraham Dickenstein came to this country on a mission for the Workers' Bank in Palestine. His idea was to secureAmerican money, not in the form of philanthropy, but as a sound investment in the Jewish National Home. Founding a new company and selling shares sounded like a wild idea to many, especially at a time when Rommel stood at the gates of Alexandria and when many practical-minded Americans thought that shortly all of North Africa and the Near East might have to be surrendered to the enemy. At one of his first meetings with influential people in a large industrial town on the West Coast, some bankers questioned the feasibility of the young Palestinian's enterprise. Are you sure, he was asked, that the Palestinian Jews will not fly before the enemy like so many larger and stronger nations? Dickenstein, a man who usually speaks the language of cold practical finance, gave a glowing picture of the Yishuv's organization for a fight, even if it should be the last stand against the enemy, of Haganah's arming and organizing, of preparations (Continued on Next Page) TITLE INSURANCE A definite insurance contract instead %  an OPINION as to the condition of title. MIAMJ FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOMBLAK GREETINGS McCANN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS Howard G. JfcCann. Owner MO N.W.7L* STREET PHONE .4-9514 DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 142 Sunset Drive South Miami GREETINGS CEMENT RLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery JACK SWERDLIN 4490 S.W. 74th Avenue—Off Bird Rd. %  PHONE 87-7698 Greetings Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wilson and Son Irving 'Park Inside in the Heart of Downtown District at no Extra Charge" WILSON'S GARAGE, INC. 170 N. E. 1st Street Phone 3-8331 or 2-8404 i BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR CASTLE DECORATORS Upholstering Slip Covers Draperies iti LEONARD MORIBER 555 S. -W. 22nd Avenue PHILIP I. MORIBER Phone 2-7817 Florida-Georgia Tractor Company 3139 North Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Offices in: Jacksonville, Fla., Tampa, Fla.. Lakeland, Fla.. Miami. Fla., Savannah, Ga., Waycross, Ga. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON COMPANY | Miami Merchandise Brokers Jacksonville Tampa TO ALL GREETINGS TYRUS T. TRIPP 1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD HOLIDAY GREETINGS JAMES P. STUART MARINE SURVEYOR AND ADJUSTER 922 Ingraham Building Phone 9-5661 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS „ ^4 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR „. £& DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY I MR. AND MRS. HERBERT NAURISON ~~"~ AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN "~*H LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS Phon.. 48-2465—48-9*62 1 3775 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida



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• %  1 PAGE 2 F ? >Uniif fhridiar *.** MYf •:c -f}\ H^LJ^^ZH ,, 1 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Central Press, Inc. Established 1919 Fine Printing We Satisfy the Most Critical 108 N.W. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-7611 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MODERN MFG. CO. All Aluminum Awning Shutters 2287 N.W. 5th AVENUE MIAMI PHONE 9-2134 TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Charles Reed MIAMI SANITORIUM and Neurology Institute Fc: Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Nervous Disorders. Alcoholism and Drug Habituation NORTH MIAMI AVENUE at 79th STREET Phone 7-1824 Phone 84-5354 MIAMI. FLORIDA A New Bon Year's d Message A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR -.2 All C':? t FRIENDS AND PATRONS STEELMAN CATERERS 1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 83-2826 A HAPPY : : ."~ PRC YEAH :: ALL DUB FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bruce G. Dodd Cv.-e: and Operator of A3 LINE CATERERS and SUNSHINE SANDWICH CO. PHONES 64-9811 — 88-4817 To All A Mori Happy New Year MRS. BESSIE GALBUT AND FAMILY WASHINGTON SUNDRIES 144 :h STR EET MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ~Z All OUB FRIENDS AND PATRONS Wieder of California Inc. Women's Apparel 1433 N.E. MIAMI PLACE MIAMI PHONE 3-0555 Sam Wieder A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR* TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS KAUFMAN PRESS Printing — Offset — Mimeographing 150 N.E. 3rd STREET In Rear of Arcade PHONE 2-3587 Joseph Kaufman A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR' TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Papco Publishing Corp. Legal Forms — Offset Printing 1062 S.W. 1st STREET MIAMI PHONE 82-6524 Robert Rousse, Pres. HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR. Chairman. Board of Governors, State of Israel Bond Drive As we enter the High Holy Day season, which marks the opening of the Year 5713. we can look back on a period of substantial progress and look forward to one marked by great potentialities for further development. Throughout the democratic world, the year just ended has witnessed a new clarity in the objectives for which we are striving. The forces of freedom have grown immeasurably stronger and. far more lmporthave reached a much highgree oi unity than seemed possible twelve months ago. I that our twin objectives — democracy and asrealan at any time in • In man; of the %  T I %  %  % %  %  ian fi IU an independent country, m alliance with the free nations of lobe. It is for this reason ve, that hundreds of thous-1 ands of Americans — Christian) 3nd Jews alike — are demon -trating their faith in the future A a democratic Israel by investing in Bonds of the $500,000,000 State of Israel Independence Issue. That faith in Israel's future s well placed. In my work with the Bond drive, I havehad octo visit Israel several time during the past few years The contrast between one visit ind another — even though separated by only a few months — is a revelation. Where formerly e desolateareas anc: : lands, factories and homes :ng. New products are coming r,ff My lines — au:gerators. radios ar.d proin Israel or any other Middli Eastern country. Immigrants who were homeless, penniless and unskilled a year ago are now holding key positions in the factories of a new nation that is being created as a result of Israel's historic program of economic development. These achievements are being made possible by the dollars which Americans are investing in State of Israel Bonds. The fulfillment of Israel's program of economic growth and its attainment of full-scale economic inA Happy New Ytif ^ Mott Specialty Printers Multi Color* Dec4!l Business Forms i^. 1808 N.W. 17ft AVENUE Phone 82-0228 Walter H. Mott GREETINGS Phone 3-911* GASSONS BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 200 N. E. Firit AT*. Miami, Florida SELECTED FLORIDA RNR&1 JELLIES MARMALADES PECANS Henry Morgenthau, Jr. dependence, cepend on continued investment of large sums in these Bonds. As the New Year opens. I know that the Jews of America, acting in concert with their fellow Americans of all faiths, will dedicate themselves anew to assistng in Israel's heroic venture in democracy by supporting the State of Israel Bond drive. Investment in Israel is an integral Dart of our country's program of aid to democratic forces throughout the w>:ld. Our traditional wishes for a happy and prosperous Now Yi • wiil takeon added T.ear.ing as we translate them into concrete action to aid and strengthen the brave men and women of the State of Israel. GREETINGS Mutual Benefit Health and Accident! Association United Benefit Life In sum nee Co. Pan American Bank Bide. MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS $ CORAL PARK MARKET 2230 S. W. Red Road Miami, Florida Phone 87-0213 Workmen are ahead of schedule in the construction of the key breakwater in the big Israel Bond-aided Kishon harbor development project, Israel officials announced this week. Mr. K. Ruppin, manager of the development project, said here that the building of quays is also ahead of schedule, and that practically all of the 12-meter steel pipes have already been set place. in Rubin's Body and Fender Works Brtabiishi I 1920 WRECKS REBUILT TWENTY FOUR HOUR TOWING SERVICE Prompt Estimates Tops—Seat Covers Painting 1306 N. E. Bayshcre Csurt PHONE 2-6611 (MacArthur Causeway) HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO FLORIDA JEWRY THOMAS D. BAiLEY SUPERINTENDENT. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATE OF FLORIDA A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Biscayne Building 19 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 94319 Mr.. Jaie N Harmon. Manager "On the Trad" j ADLER'S H KOSHER LIVE POULTRY MARICT j LOCAL RAISED I FREE Delirery Ph. M*| £ Under Rabbinical Super*** J Wa Sell Retail and Whol'j to Hotale. Restaurants and j Butcher Shops. I 1832 S.W. 81h St. j GREETINGS llukr* Manse*'* SPAGHETTI HOUSE PIZZA PIE Orders to Take Out 291 N.W. 37th Ar* Phone 48-2356 Opp. Wesi Flagkr Do* Track *•



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PAGE 12 E wv\\*jo* /$#, flcriitor FRIDAY, SEP 7EMBPB — I To .1/1 A Most Happij MIAMI BEACH BOAT SLIPS INC. < > i i • Complete Marine Repairs and Servici • Complete Line Marine Hardware • Expert Propeller Reconditioning 21-Nonr Fuvl anil IVP Svrrirv PHONE 5-5385 1928PurdyAve. American Jewry And \he New State By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN May I5h 1348. did more then mark a momentous dale in Jewish history. The fervor and the emotional upsurge aroused by the event hos been maintained at a fairly hiah level. To most American Jews. Israel's independence not only did not release us from our obligation to continue support for the United Jewish Arjpeal but added the further obligation of insuring the success : the I ve hundred mil-1 ^ a cuUlm „ wcll lior. d >.'-•:' campaign for Bond> T as religion, our remarks will be However the time r.usi conined primarily to the religious when Israel shall be at peace with re ^ t,0 h j P : „. ,. wrv ... I An.erica, religious Je\M> Hi surrounding nations ar.d it> i i. „-i „,„ has three sects or denominations econom and y'ht.cal indepen... .... ,. ..,,. —orthodox, conservative and redrr.^e stabilized. When t:iat da) -u ii u, „, !" „^ii 4 orm. Israel recognizes only orthoarrives, we shall be compelled ten c mcentrate JUT thinking upo -jdoxy. This presents a situation u i i which com Dels the majority of ,,..:. nship between Israel £ and American Jewry in many asAmerican Jews to proceed along I their own paths accepting the inIpects thei than that of finances, dependence and authority of their Dr. Robert Gordis once wrote: own respective Rabbinical moveIt is law ol life that the merits separate and apart from the oficial religious edicts of Is, achievement of a goal inevitably raeJ Jhc eade „ of ht cons ervases ew problems because it tlve aIlf j reform movements have discloses new and unsuspected accepted and given sanction to vistas." A great number ol peo[many modifications of ritual and pie in Israel, and in particular I practises which Israeli orthodoxy many of its leaders, subscribe to refuses to accept without th? a school of thought as the Sholesanction of a Sanhedrin. lei Hogolah, the negation ol the The Rabbinate of Israel itself is Diaspora. They hold that ''•' spl „ on ,he question as to whethcan be no future tor Judaism outM ^^ shou d ^ a c t atlon and side of Israel for two reasons. convocatlon of a Sanhedrin. HowOne contention is that tuA^ lf thl vver snould tak .. Jews inevitably will assimilate since they constitute only a minoritj many foreign country. The. MCh Sanhedrm will have any ,th argument ,s hat anti-Semjudlcla e£fec< ((UtsJdc of Israel itism must ultimately arise and e amongst orthodox Jews. .1 w iah citizens be compelled to Thpre nevpr can bp un form re seek their inevitable home in I practises (or Israeli and which differ with residence. There are certain symbols that \ were shared alike by Pui'^tm*an and D:aspora Jewry fbf rrfctiy years prior to May 15. 1940. to-1 rai I, upon its independence, j adopted certain of these symbols as nationalistic, political and sec, ular characteristics of its statehood. The blue and white flag with the shield of David in the, | middle was the flag of Zionists, and it shared the platform in most American synagogues with the American flag. It symbolized! to the congregants their hopes j and asirations for a Jewish, ; homeland. Many have raised the question as to whether this idenj tical flag should still be used by ; American Jewry since it is now the political flag of a secular cov: ereign State. We musj not forget j that in Israel there has been a separation of church and state to | ; a very great extent. Israel is not !a theocracy. The suggestion has been made that American Jewry maintain | the flag except substitute the tablets of the Ten Commandi n.ents in the place of the Mogen David Such a flag might then be accepted as a religious emblem. The question as to the singing of Hatikvah also deserves study. Hat.kvah is now the national anthem of the State of Israel. ft THIS YEAR AS ALWAYS We*** WUhPH F O P. A Happy and Prosporomg iVir I'por i J ("Continued on Page 14 E) Holsum Your Home Tswa Bakers For 40 Yean I place, it is questionable as to i whether the pronouncements o: American Jews. The Talmud is replete with rules and regulations We wish to extend our best wishto our friends and customers in the These Israelis refer to life uU le ol Israel as the Galut— exile. American Jews do not share these beliefs. American to them may be the Diaspora signifying a place which is geographically outes side Israel but definitely not (or a Very Happy New Year; ar.d Galut—exile. American Jews also extend our sincere appreciave elected voluntarily and freeation for the patronage which ly t I maintain their homes here makes it necessary for us to enand to give political allegiance to large ,, u establishment -untry. Exile is something near future wr.ich is not voluntary. Since the choice has been made, and American Jewry is concerned with the j [Survival Of Judaism in this coun> try. it must begin to plan for the future both for its independent existence as a self-contained religious group in this courtly and also for its relationships with their co-religionists in Israel. There are many facets of the relationship which will not be here discussed. 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FAGE 14 D fJewist fhrktiar) raroA Y.jE PTEMRPp 1 ;] GREETINGS TO ALL TILECRAFT, Inc. NATHAN LEE H. A. MacINNES 153 NX. 10th STREET JOHN HOPWOOD CHARLES JORDAN PHONE 2-€126 TO ALL GREETINGS URMEY HOTEL "In the Heart oi Downtown Miami 34 SX 2nd AVENUE MIAMI FLA. \-i r. Ler.se* Duplicated %  : i x G s Glasses Properly Fitted EVANS, OPTICIAN AND JEWELER WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A. J. Erar.s 1712 W. Flagler St. Miami 35. Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR The i atalina Hotel Al. Brceman 1732 Collins Ave., M. B. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MRAND MRS. E J. BASKIND and BEACH GLASS & MIRROR CO. SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 NX. 26th Street Phone 3-5351 PEPSI-COLA COMPANY. LONG BLAHD. N Y Franchised Bottler. PEPSPCOLA BOTTLWG CO. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables — Phone 83-5213 and 3365 S. W. 3rd Avenue — Phone 9-7651 JEWISH YEAR IN WASHINGTON TC ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR tieorge Handera. Sr. REALTOR ; -. -_ all f Dade C iintj :fS4 -AEST "LAGLER STREET Phone 87-6935 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Pieree Hotel Bellaire Hotel Seranton Hotel Bell Hotel RETSKTN l<.' 8 Pharmaey 2435 BISCAYNE BOULCvJ MIAMI %  Phone 9.5743 SEASON'S GREETINGS State Finance €•. 11M Wwt FUQUT SOW N. E. 2nd Kn AUTO FINANCING PHONE 3-8782 SEASONS GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 A HAPPT NEW TEAR TO Ml OUR FRIEKDS A\D PATR0\$ If 11 d 1 • 11 1 oisvlfr Mieauly Salon 1518 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone 9-1055 ANNA BUTCH A HAPPY AND PllOSPl M>US NI Yn To ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATH] Seoll llrvan Apt. Hotel 3300 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1226 A HAPPT NEW 1 EAR TO All OUR FR1EKOS AND PATRONS MoUie'n Heaut*Salon 247 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1931 MOLLIE LETTS HAPPY NEW YEAR FRITZ PAINTING CO. PAINTING DECORATING LICENSED INSURED 3030 N.W. 7th A FRITZ RUHR. Owner Phone 9-2200 A HAPPT NEW TEAR JO Aj OUR FRIENDS AND PATW* Pattfu'M Hairdre***** 1686 Vi ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7151



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,AY SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 "rJenisf, Fkridian PAGE 13 B eg end And Tale K Compiled by B I NAI'HTALI HOROWITZ _OLD CUSTOM J? N G FHENCH JEWS benu Bechai, in his book cho n Shel Arba (Table for tells of an old custom that Widespread among well-ton d charitable French Jews. B,t tables which were pred for indigent Jews for specsuch as weddings would later be „ coffins for the rich „ Tin object of this cuswas to demonstrate that |ng ren aim of a man's work dee ds but the table of kinda „d charity. leccasions. holidays, it is done in the performance of Mitzvahs?" An eminer.t Gaon straightened this matter Out in the following manner. The performance of every Mitzvah requires certain preparations, such as washing of the hands, and saying a thanksgiving prayer. The Mitzvah of charity, however, is an exception to the rule, for the time spent in preparations might render the recipient of charity past help. Rabbi Meiseles. He once tried to call upon a rather tight-fisted millionaire to ask him for a donation for some important project. But the wealthy man always refused to see the Rabbi with the pretext that he was very busy and had no time to talk to him. When the millionaire died, Rabbi Meiseles was asked to deliver the funeral oration. Rabbi Meiseles began in the following fashion: "Woe be to us. Rabbi Zalmen. When you had money you never had time, and now when you have plenty of time on your The Torah therefore enjoins us: ; hands, unfortunately you do not If a poor man knocks at your i have any money." door, lose no-time in saying prayers, but help him promptly. WHEN ARE THE RICH HUNGRY? Once a year, on the Day of Atonement, when fasting is required, the well-fed wealthy man experiences the hunger pains which a poor man feels during the entire year. PLENTY OF TIME NOW VORD TO SMOKERS Chelmer Maggid, intiner[preacher of Chelm, told the pwing parable: ; once rrel a rather stout man i smoked furiously. Upon my he smoked so much, Thp {o)]owing ^ fl ephed that he did it in order ^ we „ Warsaw to digest the rjch foods little later I met a %  ei fite. A lean man who also smoked inuously. When I asked him he smoked so much, he u ,,; that he was always hungry and when he smokfcis hunger was somewhat apLed. 1 therefore thought to keif." the preacher concludF'lhal it the stout man would give up some of his fst to lean man neither would have noke." UTAGE OF THE PIOUS Jfcen the Rabbi of Apt was \iini: t te end of his days, he i.i ned hi? children and told the epiteth on his r. %  i should contain no en;.. other than the simple tdf: A Lover Of Mankind. tuRS AND MINE [.it chasidim of Chabad were I kindhearted that they were to say: "This loaf of bread bvh I possess is yours as well I mint Fotice that they first "yours" and then "mine." lARITY REQUIRES k)MPTNESS ami ask: "Why is not grace Bvei ;.n act of charity, as GLAD HE CAME TWo rich men from the city of Ger, both of them Chassidim, agreed to give each other's children in marriage. In the meantime, one of them became impoverished. The other thereupon wanted to cancel the agreement. As was the custom in those days, he went to the Rabbi to release him from the promise. After listening to the story, the Rabbi replied: "It's a good trring that you came to ask me." The Chassid was greatly mystified by this cryptic reply and asked the Rabbi what he meant. "It's all very simple," the Rabbi explained. "It isa good thing that you came to me and not the other one. If the fortune had been reversed, and he remained rich and you beccme poor, he would have come to me." A WORTHWHILE SIN Rabbi Mendele Vizhnitzer was very soft-hearted and always gave away whatever he possessed. A friend of his once asked him about it. "How is it," he said, -that you give everything you own, when the Gemorah explicitly states that whoever gives alms should give no more than a fifth of his property?" Rabbi Mendele thereupon replied: "To transgress against the precepts established by our sages is indeed a heavy sin which merits hell. But in the morning when I distribute a fifth of what I own. and a man comes to me and complains that he has no bread for his wife and children, I cannot restrain myself from committing this sin. and I give away the rest. For such a sin 1 would even go to hell." A HAPPY HEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRON'S Hair Vanhion Center 1659 JAMES AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-1283 RAMON A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR PR/ENDS AND PATRONS Commodore Hotel 1360 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-1803 Dr. M. Goldfield Owner and Manager L s ,iuttt srwtt* limmer Down Your Enginel I* A FRIENDLY CITIES 8VICE DEALER IN YOUR 3GKBORHOODI" CITIES @ SERVICE Best Wishes For A Happy New Year 5-5537 LAND O SUN DAIglES, IM. Miami Boch



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^ A y, SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 *Jewisii fkriaficif] PAGE 7 E L H.PPV N w Ye T *" Qur Fr iendi and^etront Olivero|iJM! otop Service 200 N.E. 18th STREET MIAMI Phonos 2-4612 82-5178 r^PPr \w rEAR TO ALL |0L'RFR'E^ DS AND PATRONS Wallace Stirling Diamonds Fin. Gems Blistered Stats Appraiser OLYMPIA BLDG. MIAMI Phone 9-7181 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. X AT ZALKA and Family 41 N. W. 10th Street TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Green oi the NEW YORK DELICATE^EN AND RESTAURANT Extend New Year Greetings 1853 West Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. PHONE 5-0481 Twelve Men Build Their Great Idea By MAURICE BISGYER (Secretary, National B'nai B'rith) It was natural that B'nai B'rith al guidance, the Jewish communfound its milieu in New York I ity was too weak and too divided City. The teeming metropolis, as to offer either in any effective a gateway ofthe new world, stimmeasure. Then, too, unity in IsA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS LANGFORD BLDG Phone 3-2933 121 S.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Joseph ]. Schauers. Mgr. ulated twelve starry-eyed idealists to dreams of establishing a nation-wide organization with the highest altruistic and intellectual objectives. New York's environment, both in its physical and more intangirael was the great desideratum, for the various groups of Jews had little to do with each other. The clash between Sephaidim and Ashkenazim was only part of the tragedy. Not only did the Sephaidim and Ashkenazim diffei TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR AIRLINE BRAKE & WHEEL ALIGNING CO. 3701 N.W. 36th STREET To AH ... A Most Happy JVeir Year MOORE FURNITURE THE BEST THROUGH THE AGES 4012 N. E. 2nd AVENUE in us pnvsicai ana more miangi-----%  „ %  „_ %  J las to religious interpretation, ble phases, held great attraction i ide ology, customs, economic statto an immigrant group: the long [ us and genera i outlook, but the To All Happy New Year and Season's Greetings Auerbach Paint Co. 1671 ALTON ROAD A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OCR FRIEHDS AND PATRONS Shoreline Cleaners 8420 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 78-8731 Ralph Green and broad avenues, the green vistas of Central Park and the already congested East Side. Here was freedom of thought and expression without limitation. Here was social fellowship. Here was an opportunity for intellectual advancement unparalleled anywhere in America. Where but in New York could be found a Sinsheimer Cafe on Essex Street which shed the glow of its gaslit interior to welcome those who liked to talk about Jewish affairs accompanied by a Jewish cuisine? Where else could a foreigr.-born group burst the bounds of a Ghetto and, within a comparatively few years, cross the "tracks" to parade up Fifth Avenue in horse-drawn barouches before admiring throngs in the bright Sunday afternoon sunshine and then to open a Convention before an audience of 10,000 at the Jones Wood Coliseum? When B'nai B'rith was born in 1843. the American Jewish community consisted of some 25,000 men. women and children, large numbers of whom were recent j immigrants from Germany, Poland, Bohemia and Austria. The "aristocrats" were the Sephardic Jews who were descended from the early settlers.* They were integrated into American life, prosperous and secure. They were thus upset at the immigration of Ashkenazic Jews, caused by economic, and political conditions in Europe early in the 19th century. The newcomers were mostly poor, spoke German and were not yet adjusted to American conditions of living. Organized Jewish life centered around the Synagogue. Except for a few burial societies, American Jewry had no philanthropic agencies detached from the Synagogue. Neither were there any provisions for orienting the immigrants into the American scene. While they had great need of material assistance and culturus and general outlook, but the Ashkenazim themselves were divided — and not only by national origin. There were bitter feuds between Polish and Rumanian Jews, and even within the Polish or Rumanian group there were more local antagonisms, depending on what part of the country or even what part of the same community they had come from. In some families, a marriage between a member of one group with a member of another group of Jews was actually deemed intermarriage and occurred rarely. And so this pitiful handful of less than 25,000 souls, instead of being united in brotherly cooperation by the one thing they all had in common, their Judaism, was divided and mutually antagonisyc. They formed tight little cliques, organized mutually exclusive little clubs, founded many tiny Synagogues in which Jews outside of their own circle were not welcome and even carried their hostility to the grave, with a large number of cemeteries, each for their own dead. It was not only a disgraceful spectacle, but a weakening and dangerous situation. The times called for a new type of organization, and it was some of the younger and better educated among the newcomers who did something about it. Chief among these was Henry Jones who first began talking about a new organization with some of his friends who used to gather at Sinsheimer's Coffee Shop on Essex Street in New York Although a religious man and a Synagogue leader, Jones was realistic enough to see that the rivalries between the congregations of the Portugese, Dutch English, Polish, Bohemian and German Jews, each with its own ritual and separate and tightly knit community, was begetting a spirit of jealousy and provincial TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR STAN'S BAR Package Goods — Choice Wines and Liguors 7329 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 87-9315 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends Super Service Dry Cleaners and Laundry 3890 Bird Rd. at Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone 4-6752 Harry and Celia Cohen, and Son Robert (Continued on Ne xt Pag e) PAINTING and PAPER HANGING EASY FINANCING REASONABLE PRICES LICENSED and INSURED ART HEIMER Phone 87-6474 MIL AMD MRS. S. J. SPECTOR AND FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS FOR THE NEW YEAR SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Serving Miami in Evsry Fiduciary Capacity J o \A.~, Miami Florida Shoreland Building A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. Baidi Miracle Mile Beauty Salon COIFFURE DESIGNER 330 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES Phone 4-2565 NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. LIEBERMAN & SONS of Brooklyn, N.Y. LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE MOVINO Miami Beach Office: 655 Collins Ave. — Phones 5-7147 and 58-2013 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Western Trail Auto Supply 6698 S.W. 8th STREET WEST MIAMI Phone 87-8497 Louis Leeda MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING Happiness, Joy and Prosperity TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND TO ALL JEWRY Schrager's, Inc. 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-0707 "HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY"



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PAGE 10 D +Jeistfk>rkliari FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KING BAKE SHOP SOL PKARSKY 1894 S. W. Eighth Street Miami TO ALL GREETINGS THOMAS J. KELLY CIVIL ENGINEER LAND SURVEYOR Lota — Acreage — Sub-DiTisions "Prompt Courteous Service" A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS CROMWELL HOTEL 110 20th STREET MIAMI BEACH 5139 S.W. 8th Street Phone 48-0504 A Fruitful '52 Phone 5-2141 The Cohen Family A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIHNDS AND CLIENTS Sasnett & Bennett ENGINEERS 2701 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone 3-2969 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SOVEREIGN HOTEL 4385 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 54371 Jerry Granger CALL 2-4768 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS ItllllM.I S I It A \M I. It CO. 46 N.W. 7th Street Phone 2-4768 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL f s *'0£cM^ "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. fc Insulux Glass Block 1601-1619 N.W. 71h Ave.. Miami 36. Florida Phone 2-1796 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA MISS TERR! BEAUTY SALON House of TINTING — STYLING — PERMANENT WAVING Quality Our Constant Aim Service Our Privilege Phone 86-8524 MIAMI BEACH 6624 COLLINS AVE. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ALBERT HAUER — JACOB L. LEVINE A1RCARGO BROKERAGE CO. Custom House Brokers and Forwarders Pacific Bldg. — : Phone 9-2396 By I. M. GREEN ISRAEL: The Year 5712. just ended, was a difficult one for the young state of Israel, yet there was a buoyancy and optimistic spirit in the country which pointed to better days ahead. A coalition government, consisting of the moderately Socialist Mapai and lour religious parties, again headed by David Ben-Gurion as Premier, was formed in October as a result of the general Parliamentary elections held during the : summer. This government then : took steps to improve the econ; omic situation of the country by controlling inflation, stimulating I productivity and encouraging foreign capital investments. In November, the Jewish Agency announced a program of selective immigration into IsreTel for 1952. ar.d in the months that followed the number of immigrants coming into the Jewish state was much smaller than in former years. The United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission announced its failure to replace the armistice agreements between the Arab states and Israel into a peace pact. A seamen's strike of several weeks, in which the fight between the two Socialist parties, Mapai and Mapam, played an important part, was finally settled, but not before much violence had taken place. A month later. Premier BenGurion caused a sensation by criticizing American Zionist leaders for not settling in Israel and dei daring that Zionist leadership in the United States went bankrupt since the establishment of the Jewish state. The Premier also said that Israel needed teachers, nurses, engineers, chemists and other technicians from America. He stated that the current immigration decline was not due to selective immigration but rather to the fact that mass immigration sources were drying up. As 1952, began, Israel was stirred by violent controversy over the matter of entering into negotiations with Germany for the payment of reparations to Jews, which the Parliament finally approved. There was mob violence and hundreds of arrests. In March, negotiations between representatives of the Israel Government and of Jewish organizations, on the one hand, and representatives of the West German Government were finally begun at The Hague. Holland. At first Jews and Germans could not agree on the sums to be paid for the damage inflicted by Nazism on world Jewry and negotiations were called off. But in June, the Germans came out with an offer to pay $715,000,000 to the State of Israel in settlement of Israel's claims for one billion dollars and to pay besides S107.000.000 to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany in settlement of private Jewish reparations demands. Negotiations were then resumed, and the end of the year a settlement was expected to be reached. Israel was heartened by the announcement that the United Jewish Appeal in the United States had set a goal of $151,500.000 for its 1952 campaign and that the Israel Bond Drive here would strive to raise $200,000,000 during the same period. As the Jewish year ends, it can be said that Israel has, during the year, received about $250,000,000 from America in the form of UJA contributions, bonds sales and US Government aid under the Mutual Security Act. The lack of coordination between the UJA and Israel Bond Drive in America and the misunderstandings that arose as a result was something to worry Israel government leaders who began to take steps to bring about such coordination. During the year, the Government of Israel undertook to develop on a large scale its desolate southern region, the Negev, which was said to hold the key to its industrial future. In an Independence Day broadcast. B< n-Gurion declared that while the young state had registered impressive achievements in the four years of its existence, the road ahead was still hard. In June, the Government announced a currency reform which would yield the state 25 million pounds in the form of a compulsory loan. An incident which shocked the entire population of Israel was the bombing in June of the home of Minister of Communications Pinkas for which two young men, members of a so-called Canaanitc sect, were held. The bombs were said to have been laid in protest against the enforced observance of the Sabbath by private motor car owners. All Israel was grieved by the death in July of Eleazar Kaplan, Deputy Prime Minister and former Finance Minister of the Jewish state. It was Kaplan who laid the fiscal groundwork of the (Continued on Next Page) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Security Abstract €. 44 N. E. 1st Ave. TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR MARCEL FLOWER SHOP A COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE Art with Flowers Telephone: 58-5523 801-5 41st Street at Meridian Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. A Happy Ne W Y tar r a ., Tommv s \ mi% Service 303 N.W. 5th Stree, Phone 82-6705 C D. Thomas, Owner A Happy New Ytu To AJ Our Friends and p itt0M Shelby Hotel 1828 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-7621 A Happy New Year Ta / Our Friends and Patronj I Miami Produce Co. 1083 N.W. 21st Terrace Phone 2-8144 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Pa'.rons j Bay Road Hotel 1828 Bay Road Miami Beach. Fla. MR. fc MRS. FRANK KANNEB| Phone 5-9352 MR. & MRS. HARRY BLUMIN and Family oi Miami Beach, Fix Wish All Their Relatives A*\ Friends A Happy Ne~ Yw A Happy New Year To AH Our Friends and Patrons Itireystone Hotel 1920 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-5511 LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N. E. 1st Avsnu* AH.ppyN.wYe.rT 0 A ll Our Friends and *tm Miami >iedk*l Laboratory HUNTINGTON BLDG MIAMI Ph. 3.6M7 Leslie 0. ** %  %  S--.iJ-g.j



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PAGE MA >JeistTkrkliar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. f-nm \ 11 ON TMI OCIAN AT 12th JT. J\ iV ..;„-, -...::_ ;r fk I To all our Friends we express our fondest desire thai the New Year be filled with "BrochoBlessings" of Peace. Health. Happiness and Prosperity for all brael. Owners and Manager* S. M. Grunawerg M. HttimtrK W. Keiae'man and Families ?..-A vitz was recentlj .= :?• ----:• n .-.-._ 3 .err. •--..--W >( A-.-.-v HM lapeiBtn teal : -*s aar. _r ec here -... :. A --_-:. :=>55 Mr A: %  :: .-f^:>: at :~. : SW 4:A HUTTIG SASH~& DOOR CO., Inc. ROY R. SIEGEL. Prrrirtol Manufacturers and Wholesale Distributors MILLWORK and BUILDING PRODUCTS L. E. BLUDWORTH, Mgr.. Miami Branch. 1090 N.W. 23rd St. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON FLORIDA'S FIRST Public Relations and Fund Raising Agency n j. i 8 Mill II 111/ One Lincoln Road Building • Miami Beach 2904 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami Telephones 58-2454 and 9-7391 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR from Tri-City Electric Co., Inc. 2900 N.W. 7th STREET To All Most Happy Holidays LOWRY ELECTRIC CO (Incorporated Established 1923 Electrical Contractors — Electrical Appliances 300 BIRD ROAD Phone 48-6576 275 MIRACLE MILE Phone 4-2403 CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA Tamara Chapter Meet Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Women's Organization, will hold its first open meeting of the season at the Raleigh Hotel on Tuesday evening. September 23rd. 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Israel Yulish. president, will preside, with Sue Goldman presenting several monologues. A HAPPY \E\V YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIEXDS A\D PATRONS Ixora Park Nursery 1306 S.W. 12th STREET MIAMI Phone 3-7145 Thelma T. Vick A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Colt Koitllng Co. True Fruit and Tvrrilir Best Wishes To All For A Happy and Prosperous New Year NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY HUNTINGTON BLDG. PHONE 2-7624 Main Office Branches: Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach* QUALITY BEVERAGES 17 *$EAVIWIY FLAVORS II i .ih'.ili Plans Fashion Show The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center is proceeding with its plans for a Fashion Show to be held on Sunevening, October 19th. 7:30 p.m.. at the Preview Lounge. A committee met at the home I Shirky Rackear. 1070 Falcon Avenue, last last week to make final arrangements. Present were Chickie Williams. Ev e De Young. AskowitJt, Irene Becker and %  -. Silver:: Rabbi Skop Speaks To Junior Hadassah Rabb: Moms Skop will address :-.-. Y .: of Junior Hadasnk a: its next general meeting r Tuesday. September )rd. 8 mt Coral Gables Jewj .>;r:f: The topic of Rabbi Skop"s' speech %  be The Hifh Hoii=*?•*. Ftem : H Ooeg Shab' %  ;*t and croup social will follow. • f>!# R*id*nts At Jrci*m Home Worker, s A-T-.i-y : :rt .".. :': %  : -r-i A*-.; ~ .T ier.ts .e _..,..-, rrthdajr party ; •. a: IX -;.—Gardens. tin M am Kriegel chairman presented all pari ft! Mr and Mrs. Sam E dents of the Home. were honored for their wedding anniversary. Mrs. Sol Silverman is president of the Auxiliary. Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Customers FUTURE-AGE FURNITURE CO. Air-Conditioned Complete Home Furnishings for the HOME APARTMENT HOUSE — HOTEL MOTE 301 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI Telephone 82-6571 TO ALL GREETINGS Commercial Bank of Miami Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 6015 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 84-0661 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE HUB MIAMI — CORAL GABLES — LITTLE RIVER TO ALL GREETINGS!! Chicken in the Basket RESTAURANT CHICKEN — Fried to a Golden Brown (Not in deep grease) Gobs of Shoestring Potatoes. Hot Biscuits and Jug oi Honey Quality — Quantity "The World's Most Famous Chicken Dish" Big Selection oi Other Dinners "Try Our Stuffed Cabbage and Dumplings'' 4402 N.W. 7th AVE. Phone 84-4130 A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons LEE'S HEALTH BAR 1665 COLLINS AVENUE 1401 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUfl



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PAGE 8 B rJatliii fkrkhcur J*B*Kr.mrram* 13. THE SITUATION IN JEWISH EDUCATION COMMUNITY ADULT scar %  t w reliable, but schools it :s possible or. the r..I ten < %  > s with active pen it:t > in t;-c field ir..-i the :hi Icing : .--.%  it .. I;-:. i arrive at some esl On the k level—i :at is th a 1 which hi od fund; • n ects.• K th its JSIJ ar.d ncerti ily — .: nclude Hi lieges t-%  %  R i ties at Y< sity and 1 • I • J< • studies tl l • i.-sitiea It u si thai %  %  to i annual some 350 per> can be said I i • %  %  -. %  • education .:. J %  •' "t is indeed ai number in relati n i total Jewis f pulati the Ji I popu tion — fur :: r. this nura nust c mc ou; :! Idren's teachers The situation a tl level ppears tc b in II %  n estimated thai i ly 8 .*oung people — or less than 4 per ent I attending Jewish elementary — are enrolled in J •" %  this sec ndar>' level. % %  the high • deA Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons MACK'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY end DRY CLEANERS 2Z45 N.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 2-9486 MACK Wishing You Good Luck, Good Times end Much HaDDiness At This Holiday Season Dade Linen Co.. Ine. 539 Collins AT*.. Miami Beach Phone 58-7654 Complete Wholesale Furnishers lor Hotels and Apartment Houses TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR John F. Allison LANGFORD BLDG. parl Most I thesi scl Is exist .: i od very few opern t full time, regular fourM taths tten ling mplete their •-.-: %  Igei :f 15 to 17. Included in the collegi students stud; Founda• ns. the 200. nts in %  : ng fell %  :>-.: %  • ns stu I icational instil i :. n : ills an ips il sh U1 formly reporl : gist! •::.: years. All sibti esti.•: %  • for J :• eiving some sort ( J ewis educatioi I level gh school lei •. : thi • • nts at l irses giver t Synagogues the stu '" : : : adult edu it Some of :: %  wi IIrganizi ricula with geared t ferent levels of student ati thers are nothing m n lecture p.j tendance varies in direct p: • tion to the prominence of the • :': %  • aduit education courses are restrict. : mainly to elementary subjects to fit the needs of persons whose primary edu. | stopped with Ba: Mitzvah or conLittle :f any change can be noted in the sdult education programs of Jewish community cenlince they were studied in 1946 by Dr. Oscar L. Janowsky. He noted then that, "very few Jewish centers have developed an integrated educational program." pointin g to a trend in the A Hp Py New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Fairlawn Automatic Laundry 422 S.W. 22nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 4-1398 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pentasky direction of lecture, music and .book programs as against conrganized study. In the intervening years, television and ". : seem to have taken i lecture evei ings at the centers, a steadily de%  ttendanci being reported > l< [ ttti era • ntei direct irs and Rabbis alike The growth of adult er institutes is but a small compensation. In the Synagogues of the Conservative mov. men! and the ere is a: • good a< that in the Orthodox and K % %  •-.— it is ted thai • 63 pi ent ol all %  i i nduct adult • are bud• sis : th< urs< n the Hel the Bibli | • As gainst i n He• 80 per ns. and Bible in 51 pei • y 24 per em |, n | There :bvi usly a lack of em• M %  • • '" %  enters, %  • : tj) s t taught %  '• : • higher 5 I • • I stu lies .. re ted D the san level I % % %  to year. Whir, we add tie fact that integrated curricula and proper textbooks are sadly lacking, it becomes apparent that the level of education is not likely ever to rise above that of the rankest beginner in most subjects. The problem of proper materials — from organized curricula. which would set a course of achievement in Jewish studies, to text books and „,u er '" many ways a £ ^ tiro ,.-. I %  w 'oth, tire problem, ing in scattf ways, with-..it common perspt likely basically it gloomy i The absence of ~mm Perspec?S! C J e J* ^p^re^N enC( (.' rnnrj. coordinatioBi HI (C ontinu ed on P age )5B A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Clients it. \. •# utnvs and AsHocialPH ENGINEERS 226 Miracle Mile CORAL GABLES Phone 48-6394 A HAPPY XEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FR1EXDS A\D PATROLS •huk Coiffeur BEAUTY SHOP Hair Shaping Hair Tinting 2310 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-7331 MR JACK A Happy Hew Year To All Our Friends and Patrons ROOKPYHI* ( %  a rage 70 N.E. 13th STREET MIAMI Phone 3-2442 Lucien Taffe COMPLETE SI 00 DINNERS %  and up V LARGE 1 VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TryOur Famou. Whipped Cream Pie. 25e TY LER S RESTAURANTS I2S7 .-. 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g kniit Fkridliatn PAGE 5D BEST WISHES W A. GLASS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NASH MIAMI MOTORS, INC. 545 N. E. 15th Street Phone 9-2626 Miami. Florida DAN CHAPPELL 1004 Biscayne Building SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" 252 N.W. Second Street SEASONS GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH mi Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding 01 All Jewelry For Better Health VUlt the Miami Health Institute General Diagnosis and X-Ray Physical Therapy Body Conditioning Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage 723S Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 NEW YEAR GREETINGS John II. Orr, Inc. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 89-2424 485 N. W. 54th Street (Continued from Preceding Page) trived a Korean brand of Menorah. For candleholders, he welded nine 45 calibre shell cases to a base composed of half of a spent 105 mm. shell. To do their good deeds, chaplains need to be enterprising, ingenious and ready to do the impossible. An example is the chaplain in Alaska who was • asked by some Jewish GIs if he could get fresh chaleh for the Sabbath and who talked a mess sergeant into baking them with recipe guidance from the chaplain's wife. Others are the chaplains in Korea who found ways of getting tempting Hamentaschen from Japan via an airlift. Then there is the chap'.ain in mid-Pacific who scrourged a Chupah and had it shipped via Army air transport. Equal resourcefulness is required of USO-JWB field workers in their day-to-day job of doing good deeds. The worker in Washington, D.C.. recently had a tough one tossed at him. A refugee, who was. a survivor of Auschwitz, had cracked up. Even the psychiatrist at St. Elizabeth's Hospital was despairing of ever "reaching" the man. During one of the JWB man's visits to the hospital, the doctor came up with a startlirg assignment: Could JWB helD find sorreone who had been with the refugee at Auschwitz? Discovery of such a person might shed some light on the cause of the patient's breakdown, the doctor said. Without too much hope, the JWB worker began his search. It took six months, but he found his man in a tiny hamlet in New Jersey. There's no glamour in these good deeds, but the men ar.d women, too, whose business is good deeds are not concerned with headlines. They travel backroads, in fair weather and foul, ride snow-covered trails in Alaska, jeep their way over tortuous, sniper-infested mountain passes in Korea, fly the air lanes across the Pacific, travel over shellpitted side roads in Germany and through the narrow streets of bizarre North African cities because they know that Jewish GIs hundred and even thousands of miles away from home, look to Good Deeds, Incorporated, for every variety of help, with a high priority given to the impossible. Jewish chaplains think nothing of riding 700 miles a week over icy Korean roads to bring latkes to their boys at the front. GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bldg. Dade Refrigerating o.. Ine. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street. Miami. Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 V BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PROVIDENT JEWELRY and LUGGAGE COMPANY 24 N. Miami Avenue A pious sergeant in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is made happy when the JWB committee finds him a home with an Orthodox family. Jewish._soldiers in tropical outposts in the Caribbean know they can count on the USOJWB worker from Panama for regular visits, whatever the heat and however fierce the rains. A GI in Louisville, worried because his talith needed repair, depended or the JWB worker for this essential chore. The GI couple in Alaska, marooned by a blizzard on their wedding day, were delighted when the chaplain arrived via dog-sled, hauling a sledload of kosher wedding food. There's no glamour in a leprosarium oraTB hospital, but Jewish chaplains get there, even >f there is only a single, lonely Jewish veteran. The GI and the hospitalized veteran have a host of problems for the solution of which they | look to Good Deeds, Incorporated. Even servicemen's families are the concern of this JWB team of good deed doers. Chap lains and JWB staffers scurry around in search of jobs and housing for GI wives. They conduct Bar Mitzvah classes for servicemen's youngsters, act as chauffeurs for families visiting the post or hospitals and even serve as baby sitters. Sometimes the good deed for a family is a kind of triple play involving several communities. The bereaved wife of a GI killed in Korea decided to move from Seattle and go back home to Massachusetts. The Seattle JWB office and the Jewish chaplain there alerted the Chicago JWB office where the woman and her two small children were due for a three hour stop-over. A JWB volunteer in Chicago met the family at train-side and played host to them until their train for the East was ready. And at Boston the family was met again by a JWB worker. Acting as the seeing eye for a blind veteran flying from a Rhode Island hospital to his home in Texas, playing dreidel with a psychoneurotic veteran, arranging a Bar Mitzvah for a mental patient in a VA hospital or bringing a supply of baby clothing to a GI's wife are all part of the business of Good Deeds, Incorporated. The symbolic Good Deeds. Incorporated, is on the job from the inhospitable rock called Keflavik, Iceland, to Dunn, North Carolina, from Korea to Germany, from Texas to Indo-China, Rosh Hashor.a as every day. SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Miami Beach, Flu. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS i FLORIDIAN HALF PINTS INC. 1415 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami. 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}AY SEP TEMBER 19, 1952 +Jewish fhrkllam PAGE 13 G I'll Say... lTh editors of The Jewish Floridian are privileged tut the following, extract from the book curSrCina prepared for publication by Mr. Harry hoff author of the popular column, I'll Say. Oth.JL of Mr. Simonhoff's work-in-progress will £S tore from time to time.) his book, Jewish Life In South America, Rabbi Cohen relates an experience, neither comforting curing In 1940, the late Stephen S. Wise was ted to J {|in tne Committee on Cultural Relations Latin America. Unable to go, Dr. Wise appointed bbi Cohen in his place. This group of college presic educators, clergymen, sociologists and economists out for South America in furtherance of the RooseGood Neighbor Policy. The committee had the sings of our State Department and was honored •vwheie bv the heads of governments. When about enter Bolivia. Rabbi Cohen applied for a visa at inos Aires The Bolivian consul refused. Posted in consular office were specific instructions not to jor passports held by Semitic Elements. All the s t:ge of this eminent group was of no avail. The JSUI did. however, offer to wire for special instructs a privilege the Rabbi turned down. IRR.4JVO DISAPPEARANCE The incident would indicate a rooted anti-Semitism h its grooves running deeply through the centuries, this was not true in Bolivia. Here Jews were virSly unknown until Hitler began to implement his Cy programme. As elsewhere in Latin America, Maries came during th e 16th century incognito. Grady they integrated and their Jewish origin was comely obliterated. Today the most prominent families [the land have heirlooms, such as seven branched dlesticks or strange books with square blocked let;. Some have preserved family traditions of curious fcoms or peculiar foods. The present generation (ws little oi nothing of their Judaic forebears. ORADIC IMMIGRATION Die country remained Judenrein until 1871. After concussion of the Franco-Prussian War, a small ly of Jews came in from France and Germany. Their fcber hardly warranted a community; nor were they bngly inclined towards feligiouspractice. The Span[culture soon absorbed them. For a half century the Iggling settlers from other countries went through [same process. The names of Levy, Rotbjnann, Weil, Fraudenthal can be found in Catholic families. More immigrants came to South America after the millions of the First World War. From Argentina I mor e adventurous wandered into Bolivia. The jd aliyah would have gone the way of their foreruni had not the Nazi madman driven Jewish refugees i far flung lands. With these newcomers, the older (lers coalesced, and the rapid assimilation was haltBy 1935 thirty families in La Paz could form the culo hraelita. REFUGEES FROM NAZIDOM !, "SI?"? 1 P ressure was accelerating rather than abat.ng The head of the Bolivian state, Colonel Bush, ?ti ^ n J 0f ,o G „ erman descen t. and yet no anti-Semite, permitted 12,000 Jews to enter in 1938-39. Antibemitism was almost unknown in Bolivia up to this sizable migration. Then the public attitude underwent a rapid change. Of course, the Nazified Germans in Bolivia had been diligent in spreading the poisonous propaganda made to order at Erfut. Probably the influx had been too rapid for a poverty stricken, underpopulated land. The hate virus must have infected the masses with incredible rapidity to hav e created in official circles the attitude which prompted such incidents as related by Rabbi J. X. Cohen. The refugees were not slow to recognize the familiar pattern of racial, national, or religious hatred. Half of them migrated to the U.S.A. as soon as their means or visas permitted. About 4,000 remained and tried to adjust their material success to the backward culture of Bolivia. Yet on the whole the government attitude was satisfactory. In 1944 during the mass arrests of enemy aliens, all Jews caught with German or Japanese passports were released and placed in charge of the Jewish community. RISE OF ANTI-SEMITISM But anti-Semitism ke'pt churning beneath the surface. The German elements were augmented by "exNazis" arriving after Hitler's defeat. They did not cease their underground agitations. Leaflets of unmistakable German origin appeared now and then with caricatures of repulsive looking Jews. While the Israeli War was raging in Palestine, Arabs went about after dark breaking glass on Jewish stores and scrawling anti-Semitic slogans on walls. They stopped when the athletic young Macabi organized night patrols. In one of the leading cities, a division in the Chamber of Commerce advocated quite vociferously the denial of commercial privileges to Jews. A crjsis seemed imminent as the Novimiento Nacionalista Reuolucionario swept into power. This nationalist revolutionary movement had several antiSemitic pronunciamentos tucked away in its declaration of party principles. Many of the M. N. R. demagogues blared forth the conventional anti-Jewish fictions. The recently formed community began to anticipate their past transiency and migration. But radicalism seemed to tone down upon attainment of political power. Measures" of far greater importance demanded attention. The storm passed, but the future hangs in doubt. VNREST AND INFILTRATION If that irrational hysteria known as Judeophobia could be analyzed, its origin in Bolivia might be traced to the miserable condition of its masses. The workers on farms, in mines or factories are not far removed By HARRY SIMONHOFF from serfdom. World-wide inflation had forced upward the cost of bare living necessities. Communist or Zenophobe agitators ar e making capital of the high prices by fomenting propaganda against the U.S.A. Their ranting is also directed against the three vast in mining companies which own the richest source of Bolivia's wealth. But American imperialism is far away. And the tin barons: Patino-Hochschild-Aramayo are more powerful than the government itself. To the housewife or retail shopper, the Jewish storekeeper represents the concrete symbol of exploitation, the hoarder of goods, the profiteer who jacks up inflationary prices. Thu3 4000 Jews in a population of 3,000,000 are handy scapegoats for Bolivian mass frustration. MASS INFECTION Within a short time, a propaganda has been dinned with Teutonic thoroughness into the ears of the multitude. The average cab driver, housemaid, bureaucrat, or wage slave can with Latin volubility utter the most imbecilic anti-Semitism. They vociferate that all Jews were admitted on agricultural visas, yet never turn a plow; instead they monopolize the finance, industry, and trade of the country. It is useless to point out that no bank or large industry is Jewish owned, or that the textile mills belong to an Arab syndicate. Actually, there are some large Jewish farms and dairies near La Paz, Santa Cruz, and Cochahamba. Speculation in foreign exchange is a favorite pastime for most Bolivian business men. Yet according to some fishwives, llama-drivers or farm hands, Jews are the only buyers of dollars for bolivianos. ABSURD CHARGES But the most fantastic charge is that Jews are responsible for the prevailing bribery in officialdom. Every traveler in Spanish America is aware of corruption among the underpaid bureaucrats. In a sense, bribery is inevitable in lands where manyana is deeply ingrained in the national character. Business men often complain that it is virtually impossible to hasten a permit or license without a handount. To charge th e recently arrived group with a corruption that has existed for centuries only demonstrates the hysterial dishonesty that characterizes anti-Semitism. Instead, a large measure of credit is due the Jewish immigrants for bringing into Bolivia industries that were non existent. Such manufacturing may be on a small scale; yet they do produce shoes and furniture, shirts and knitted wear, clothing and bed frames. Leather is tanned and woolens are prepared for knitting. Some have opened small retail sores; others are exporting and importing. All in all, it is a good record for displaced people who, without knowledge of language or custom, have in less than a generation established themselves and are making a contribution to the economy of the country. Formost Kosher Sausage Co. PhTLA., PA. MIAMI. FLA. Extends Greetings to Their Customers, Friends and All Jewry for a HAPPY NEW YEAR prnbn p fr v v b "wra SEASON'S GREETINGS Marion Butler REAL ESTATE 9577 Harding Avenue Suriside Phone 86-2423 BEST WISHES CENTRAL TRUCK LINES, Inc. "DEPENDABLE AS FLORIDA SUNSHINE" GREETINGS TO ALL Tow Embroidery Works l 2? 30 N.W. 2nd AVE. PHONE 64-9878 To All ... A Most Happy New Year Olin L. Simpson Oarage "One oi Miami's Best Equipped Shops" 3263 N. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-2085 A Happy New Year to our Patrons and Friends 22nd OFF COLLINS MIAMI BEACH — Ph. 5-903* MR. and MRS. AL BERMAN of the HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. MIAMI Ph. 9-8456 4{J EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI CRUSHED STONE CO. PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Trucks 4600 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. 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I I .!<• FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 Jewist> lb,, In, PAGE 15 C MR. & MRS. NATHANIEL J. KLEIN and Family of 3040 Alton Road Miami Beach. Fla. y/ish all their Relatives and |friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year A Happy <"id Prosperous New Year To All My Friends and Patrons Harry J. Sonz REALTOR 1595 Washington Avenue Phone 58-6623 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Morton Apartment Hotel 4125 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-7444 But in Horizons Oi New Health Mr. llt Co. 12 20 N. Miami Avenue Phone 34316 Six-year-old Isaac Diamond, born in a DP camp in Germany, is a patient in a Malben institution. Malben is supported with United Jewish Appeal funds and is operated by one of its three constituent agencies, the Joint Distribution Committee. Isaac is at Tel Hashomer Army General Hospital near Tel Aviv, where UJA funds provide for the care of 450 patients with Tuberculosis. Malben is renewing the health and peace of mind of 11.000 aged, crippled and blind Jewish immigrants in Israel, who never believed they would reach the new state in time for Rosh Hashona. RQSH HASHDNA: HOLIDAY OF HOPE (Continued from Preceding Page) posed by Rabbi Meshullam Ben Kalonymos, of Mayence. about 1.000 CE, the meditation had its origin in a manuscript attributed to Rabbi Ephraim, of Bonn. Kalonymos is said to have published the famous liturgical poem as a memorial to Rabbi Ammor./ of Mayence, who met a martyr's death because he refused to give up his faith. The above are only a few of the writers and their piyyutim which have found their way into the high holiday Machzor, like the Siddur, experienced a long process of evolution, emerging as a comprehensive anthology of Israel's literary creativeness. The prayers, hymns, litanies, petitions and supplications, created by more thar. 2.000 payetanim or liturgical poets, who were active from the fifth to the 16th centuries, have made the Synagogue the collective treasure-house of the Jewish religious genius. The impressive ideologies of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur are bound up within the pages of the Machzor. .In this rich anithology of Hebrew liturgy, Jews I find spiritual security. It gives [those who observe the high holy day season with devotion and | earnestness something of that unI dying hope with which Jews have j sustained themselves through the I ages. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS John Uaneoeh Mutual Life ins. WILLIAM RAFKIND. Mgr. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PECHTER'S BAKERY 1349 WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone 5-7117 7410 COLLINS AVENUE Phone 86-5580 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Mam-Zel's Fashions WOMEN'S APPAREL RESORT & CRUISE WEAR 2308 COLLINS AVENUE Phone 58-3961 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Guild Opticians LOUIS F. GILLINGHAM 630-J LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9703 1 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS DON S. COLEMAN SOLAR WATER HEATERS 3192 S.W. 21st STREET Phcne 4-7485 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Beach Letter & Printing Co. 1846 WEST AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. .Phone 5-5951 HAROLD. JACK and IRVING RUBIN A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Cooper's Roumanian Restaurant 211 22nd STREET Phone 5-1533 S. Cooper ATLAS in < u: Wilts MOVING 8c STORAGE WAREHOUSES 54 N. E. 24th Street Phone 9-7654 AGENT CREYVAN LINES LONG DISTANCE MOVING PACKING CRATING GREETINGS TO ALL Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE 83-1671 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAY! A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS BERT SIMPSON CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI BEACH. FLA.



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. inT CPPTEMBER 19, 19S2 lewis* fkirMinn PAGE 15 D BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N.W. 54th Street Phone 7-0314 JO ALL • A HAPPY NEW YEAR John Slrney AND | COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 HOLIDAY GREETINGS A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years oi Experience in the Greater Miami Area 239 N. W. 26th STREET PHONE 9-8959 — 87-6486 YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060 W. F. McClaskey MARINE SURVEYOR — GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North River Rrive P. O. Rox 1788 Miami. Florida A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 18 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717 "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS" Florida State Exterminating Co. klR. AND MRS. BEN NIREN ITEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 03 Meridian Ave. 5-0219 Capital In Israel By ROSE HALPRIN Acting Chairman, Jewish Agency for Palestine (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Thrall Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE FLORIDA INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS 213 A rag on Ave. Coral Gable* Phone 83-4691 Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Family 5227 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes To All |Gino Hair Stylist 1057 WASHINGTON AVE. tomi Beach Phone 58-4478 There are very rew projects outside North America, except for the exploitation of foreign oil and mineral resources, in which US capital has thus far been invested. A number of factors combine to make Israel the exception to this general rule. These factors include: Israel's expanding market, her strategic location as a processing and distribution center for markets in the Eastern Hemisphere, her liberal investment law and her untapped mineral resources, only now beginning to claim attention. The over-riding factcr, of course^ is the special appeal that Israel has for many Americans. Although US investments in Israel are still relatively small, it is estimated that close to $100,000.000 of private American cap! ital was invested in Israel during the past four years. In 1949, the Jewish Agency established its Economic Depart ment. At the time the Department was organized, the idea that Israel was a going concern, offering solid business opportunities (as distinct from the concept of Palestine as an object for philanthropy) was entirely alien to the American public. Conversely. Israel at that time had not yet set up the necessary machinery to handle potential investors and to service their varied interests expeditiously. In the intervening years, special efforts were undertaken — by the Israel government and the Agency — to create a favorable "investment climate". Israel enacted the Law for the Encouragement of Capital Investments and founded the Investment Center to facilitate the administrative routine with which the establishment of any new enterprise is connected. In the United States the Agency's Economic Department, working in close cooperation with the Israel Consulates, has steadily expanded its services. These comprise: 1. Assistance to prospective investors in the formulation, promotion and consummation of projects. 2. Assistance to prospective middleclass settlers with limited means. 3. Promotion of trade with Israel and the stimulation of tourism. 4. General information on economic conditions in Israel. Staffed with a handful of competent professionals familiar with the American scene and with Israel, the Department maintains headquarters in New York. Its Field Section, which was established last Fall and which mainCORAL WAY


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* J p PJh +j£i&fkrx&*p .**-* %  tin Sender Narad To Direct Ww^-flM ^^Contribution %  "... c.r-: 7 V'-'-' %  -' %  M T .X :-r : Igaeten De| ..: 5. ..i. %  ;-. ; ... :.i Vr .-.:;• %  .194< H aa: rtor ; the S -1 g.s'au E Jr..':.-~ .: r Sen : .Wi t r --r~f %  : %  %  .:v; Vr %  Hew V E pic -..-. n .:.-. the Vr Sew Americans frorr / i 1951 t ::~.r.z--.a : :-: .-. : • m F.i::_i He was J-xpt a*Se A-: : C-::T: i Ku* n Se V I • %  : %  %  : l u i or teram = : = : She • %  "! 'I %  % %  %  l i \ %  %  A t .-..I %  :' ; GORDON BOOHNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS •ill H. r^enlraerce ffgi in 1*^52 indicate thai there are i now nearly 1,000 different types in Daie neso possibili%  n ahead." As a light indu?:han aver.-.d this : alanced highD Ml y is certain attract men to Miami. '.'.' • V. .'.:. imi'i perma>>T.ing at I 7 per cent each aster than any Ucited States in the %  j .ir.:y years,' 1 Schneider business and pront rr.ust face the resj r ipportinf such .,Ill Sinai -. H me for the Greater Miami Jewish unity Center and others a people and keep oal growth of MBeJl Schneider assumed his official rt week Pr^-organization pJaai for 1 ei units are in :t is announill start to iately alter the I A HAPPY NEW• TO ALL Propeller S*i of Miami Martin I>^y 7 20th St International Airpori _ia>-. ** Mr3 'MonVD,S and Fnui y ". fTkf Origtnal Dr u cke > | Wish All Their Rel a ," J "' Friends I A HAPPY NEW YEAB • ~ .ML O. S. Baker Fine Turf Grasses !!: N.W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI Pftttna 64-2352 To All ... A Moat Happy and Prosperous New Year Atlantic Iron Works Commercial Industrial Residential lob Financing ALL TYPES OF ORNAMENTAL IRON 8 8-5322 1066 E. 24th STREET HIALEAH Bond Transfer Co, \i Tracking 1944 N. W. 7th A wu PHONE 2-3144 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES AND JEwj T | EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEHCj] NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs, SIDNEY PEPPER and FAMILY 1600 S.W. 16th Avenua-N :: All A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Kcllv's lrivc-ln A: EKated wltr any C I-.:.Drive-In Delir: : Sardwiches Curt Serri:* ::: w.w. L E IIUNE P.D.-4-7022 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitsr and Family MR. and MRS. JERRY SHERZER AND FAMILY WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS PARKWAY MEATS TOIH.TRY 1255 S.W. 22nd STREET PHONE 9-0968 Holiday Greetings from Miami Conservatory School of Ballet THOMAS ARMOUR, Director and Studios of Voice, Piano and other Instruments 1000 BAY DRIVE, NORMANDY ISLE PHONE 86-1011 A Happy Nee Year To .Ml Our Friend* ind Patrons Art .Mirror Works 3B02 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone 89-3212 Abe Songinsky A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Hot Shoppes Caterers Inc. MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PHONE 64-9022 Walter F. Gentry, Manager SECURITY TRUST COMPANY SHOHUHD IUIL0INS MIAMI Trasf and Estaf Specialists Tor Tie Gieati Miami Area s I SINC-ZRE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 54 East Flagler Street MIAML FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR C3 AAJGUST BROS r


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I )AY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 Jen #'$#) Fhredian PAGE 13 E "Between You and Me" %  By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, .1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) ITWEEN COVERS: Nu.T.erous books — and good books — have fcn puih.-rid in English in this country depicting the destruction %  Folish Jewry by the Nazis But I should like to see transit into Er.gTish a book on this subject just published in Israel in Hebrew but in Yiddish The author of this volume, M. guun, is ne of the best-known Jewish journalists ... He is the •-dent of the Jewish Daily Forward, largest Jewish paper in the world, published in New York ... He is 1 utor of Die Letzte Nayes, Israel's most popular Yiddish jwspapei Born and raised in pre-war Poland, he visited 100 p-s and towns in Poland after the liberation of the country from f. axis, and he describes city by city what he has found there p. quiUicd to do this kind of a joo, since he knew those places prs tefoi. tn Nazi occupation, Mr. Tsanin was primarily interwatn MI ng what remained of Jewish life there With the •pnon of Warsaw. Lublin and one or two more cities, he found .„ s al ai any of the places he visited There where l*jsh communities flourished for generations and centuries, no: a rs'* Jew nas remained today The Jews there hare all been wiuaied by the Nasis and special Ukranian units which the leri• T 9 Ter to P land to hel P the in th mass-murdering wire Jewish communities The author has many bitter words L "''•' about the Germans and their Ukranian henchmen, r •"" %  %  -> %  ui the Poles ... In plundering the property of the JewMcums. the Polish population participated no less than the Es nr :: Ukraniar.s ... In ftct, Mr. Tsanin had seen much of Eiri. r0 .?. history because of the contribution made to • e Many American Jews have either themselves inrr.ii s .. '-use communities to the United States, o: their par'•n those towns ... It would only be proper to have h '"". 'Ok also published in English for.the benefit of those jjj ad Yiddish but want to immortalize the perished le,r i MS?! un 'ties of the cities and towns in Poland where they _H ents were horn or. I Best Wishes /or a Happy New Year jrom Margaret Newman 1126 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 1INGTON NOTES: It can be revealed that President Truman L pretty much upset when it was brought to his attention that ,'v.sa Division of the State Department had introduced the racial triple for Jews applying for visas to the United States ... On other hand, American Jewry owes, to a certain extent, a vote [ttanks to the Visa Division for bringing this issue into the open In this way American Jews realised concretely the implications the McCarran Immigration Bill on the basis of which the Visa bjartment ccted in forcing Jewish applicant! for visas to declare Lj, Jewish decent Only now many begin to understand why *sicer.t Truman, who vetoed the McCarran bill termed it as osl" Even among congressmen who voted for the passing of ,M the President's veto, there are now some who begin to tie measure in its true light Through the passing of this Hitler's ..r.ti-Jewish racial theory entered the United States ugh th back door Under the new visa regulations, based this b.il. J< ws are classified not by their religion, but by their uj This means that even a convert must state in the applicant he is a Jew by race ... In some American consulates. :sh applicants must now specify not only their own race, but the race of each of their parents ... In other words, if they 'children of mixed marriages, they must slate which of the ents was E Jew and which was the non-Jew Doesn't this iird one < f Hitler's system of dividing Jews into full-Jews and |M-Jews? Jewish organizations strongly opposed the McCarb.U from the very beginning Now they are facing the task Jroobilizinc all their forces to fight for a revision, if not for the Ithdrawal. i! the new immigration law which may become the ferunnei to other racial laws if not checked on time CCENT CN YOUTH: The American Zionist Youth Commission. fe.bj.shtd in 1940, to promote artd coordinate the work of Zionist groups in this country, will soon become one of the major tors in th< Zionist system here More than 25,000 young peo... (• ne served by this body through a countrywide netr%  of some 200 Zionist youth commissions The work of these commissions will now be intensified This will be done in with the determination of American Zionist leadership to gain talcr influence on American Jewish youth ... At present the fgtu group affiliated with the onunission is Young Juries which a membership of about 14.000 boys and girls age 10-18. le Young Juriea clubs function in about 300 cities Other groups j Dieted with the Commission are Junior Hadassah. Intercollegiate I jeist Fi turn of America and Plugat Aliyah, the youth or-I faizati which trains American Chalutzim for settlement in Is-! A staff of more than 30 trained educators serve as ComI bsiMi directors throughout the United States, guiding and imple! feting the Zionist youth program The Commission provides! tit. resources as well as administrative assistance to its affiliated ... It subsidises Zionist youth weekend institutes and pro:es_s:hc:arships to Zionist youth camps and Israel Fellowships I Thii ..•..-. more than 50 young people are going to Israel • •! i wo: as the Jewish communal season will start — after Labor [ \pli will be mapped to increase the activities of the Com' fcion -h ,h is a joint agency of the ZOA and Hadassah SEASON'S GREETINGS fe l.ilu in Larson State Treasurer A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS Martin Chochem HAPPY NEW YEAR The SEYBOLD BUILDING For Office Space .-. j^ Please Call Building /K4 fSUiM C& Ml n 70(w M IAlT0 ** S Manager—2-7922 AGENTS c**=r>^ ecirtieAt Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont of the DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street MIAMI NOW AIR CONDITIONED Extend To All Their Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes For A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year ^Holiday %  > reetincft INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK Leonard L. Abess, President 46 W. 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No. I am not new to Israel, but you might say. and there would be much truth in it. that Israel is new to me. My name is Ezra Harari, and I was born in Jerusalem at a time when a State of Israel was only a dream. But I count myseli lucky that I have lived to see the dreamers awake, and the dreams and the visions become real before my eyes. I have also seen the triumph of one of my own ns, and those who scoffed at m€ ,, .. ]. ecr And we had but scratched the There „ ,, when Exn surface of this mineral wealth. Harari wi lionary. That da n<) onc lasted at at the changes. I Ezra Harari. Even when I had • say, "Palestine will betrouble lifting the pick to conS63 N. W. 14th Street PHCNE 3-3663 Miami 1, Florida c me free even in our own time." And many doubted it. They their shoulders. And I said. '"You will live to the riches of ancient Israel tinue the digging — for I am not aa strong as I was — no one laughed. Now my mind goes back over the years, and I recall standing A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR SAMUEL DUNST MORRIS BENGIS Tropicalites Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE 144 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-8711 tred even here ir the dcswith a friend in this very desert, ert," they turned away and listenlooking out over the rocky exed no more. But I did not lose panses. I told him that the fufaith. And I will tell you how ture riches of" Israel were hidden that faith was vindicated. | under that barren soil, for men It was only last vear. at the to fina An d remember that my beginning of 5712. when the moon fl >end — he was called Ephraim .... -till young in the sky ard ,— shook his head and spoke to the prayers for the New Year m e as a father to a child, had been said by Jews all over I "Ezra", he said, "you are a visthe world. It was on the Third %  ionary and a dreamer. You dwell Day of Penitence, and certain I too much on these secrets and words of the prayers for that day mysteries. Look arour.d you were repeating themselves in my look well — and what do you mir.d: 'Thou dost foretell the isee? Old. eroded stretches of new things and showest the seland that are not good for anycrets of thy ways unto thy servants and messengers."' thing and never will be. The deseit is the deseit. and if there To All... A Happy New Year Veteran Surplus Outlet ARMY & NAVY STORES 1214 BISCAYNE BLVD. 6301 N. W. 7th AVENUE HIALEAH DRIVE and 1st AVE. BARBARA JAMT DRESS SHOP EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2121 Cera! Way p hone 48 8 050 E. SAFER, Proprietor And even while I was thinking j were more to it than that, you of those remarkable words, one \ may be sure that the British of the secrets was shown to me. i would have found it by now and Here is how it happened. I had shipped it out of the country, been sent to the Negev with a This soil is good for nothing, and group of younger men—men who >t conceals nothing." had also dreamed of Israel, but : What would this same Ephraim from a.ar. Because I knew the ; say today — now that the green desert, they had put me in charge i grass and the yellow wheat wave the group, mostly recent imI their emblems of hope in that migrants, who were to establish ; very desert, and the men of scia little settlement beyond Revivence each day report new disco v-m ana beyond Ninm — perhaps eries? a settlement is too big a word to D >_ call our camp. We had provis' H.S !" benn ^ over the kms and the tools for labor, but t cade % l ra reca when a 1,ttle we wen : a handful, and our f, roUp f P ,onecrs : "W** among •• .:-. did not seem to the youngI „ em ^V d !" to try to remarkable or ,n' f r w plan f the dcsert ">* •• was our job to dig retail the weary work of • remote an I fi* ging %  channcl for the ir:i — .u. fiation pipes, extracting the salt Southeastern Finance Co. PHONE 2-7005 S ut n tracI • %  of Penitence. to uncover I for %  7. thi V. :• from the soil and how our labors were blessed after all with a little produce, a few frail planis. And we said then. "If Id the people, if we had the equipment, what might we not i re?" N w the world knows what duPont B uildin g Miami But 1 %  llas all "-ady been done there. On• :• a few months ago. the big imbines were harvesting yellow (Continued on Next Page) 264 N. E. 79th Street HAMLIV IXC. EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC "IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE ITONE DAY RADIO SERVICE Phone 7-76$0 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW*YEAR Richie Plumbing Snpplv. Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N.W. 27th Aye. Telephone 9-2641 Miami. Fla. THE LEVIN FAMILY ALUMINUM — WROUGHT IRON MADE AND INSTALLED BY CARUSO IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 82-6714 NEW YEAR GREETINGS" AMERICAS riNEST^PPARE,. TOR WOMEN DuPont Buildin, _Air Conditioned for Your Comfort TO OUR MANY VALUED JEWISH FRIENDS OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHJ FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THURMOND MONUMENT COMPAQ NEW YEAR GREETINGS Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES A HAPPY NEW YEAR WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE Fred and Herbert Abrams Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1613 Alton Road PHONE 5-5907 N E^ YEAR G R EETINGS Diamond Cab Co. 1479 S.W. 6th Street PHONE 9-7575 HAPPY NEW YEAR Tropical Paper Box Co, Manufacturers jf ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES Miami International Air Dpo' Bldg. 144 Phone 88-8459 MIAMI Greetings From Trocadero Kosher Restaurant A Happy New Year R. II. Shaddirk REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 2719 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 43-2591



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AY SEPT EMBER 19. 1952 Jmisti FkridHlan PAGE 9 D TO ALL IcEASON'S BEST WISHES ITEFFT-S GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 46 Coral Way 83-6112 V GREETINGS W THACKER AGENCY TYPEWRITERS Adding Machine* Check Writers SOLD — RENTED REPAIRED 123 N. E. 1st St. PHONE 2-0115 SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee—And None Better NEW ELITE RESTAURANT 2C3 N. E. 1st Avenue "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL MEL JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-5197 I TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Aeolite Neon Sign Co. 404 S.W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-0152 DR. W. H. ELLIS M N.E. 13th Street Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-3453 1 DADE GAS CORPORATION BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES 5908 N. W. 7th Avenue O. M. PUSHKIN YOUR MIAMI BEACH BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Greetings to All Phone 89-4523 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Venetian Shortwav Sedan Service 1133 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-3800 FLEEMAN ill II 1M IIS 721 N. W. 21st Court EEST WISHES TO ALL GEORGE'S CARPET SHOP 927 N. W. 7th Avenue Religious SEASON'S GREETINGS LEONARD T. WILSON AND ASSOCIATES WILSON I COO I IMP CO. SHEET METAL SHOP 11C5 Fifth Street Phone 5-9976 1690 Alton Road TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR EDWARDS PKOIirCE CO. 1260 N.W. 22nd Street Ph. 2-4860 Problems In Israel BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mays Transfer Inc. 4305 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 78-6440 SPECIALIZING IN MOVING REFRIGERATORS By ADA OREN (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Teleeraphie Agen>-y, Inc.) TEL AVIV — The day-to-day struggle to give the State of Israel a traditional Jewish aspect through constitutional means is led by the four Orthodox parties which participated in the previous Israeli Government as a bloc. Although they do so now under a looser form of coordination, the coalition is also bound by their minimum demands — maintenance of the status quo in religious matters. In fact. it is becoming much more difficult to be a non-observant Jew than a non-Jew in Israel, one case in point being the attitude toward missionary activity and mixed marriages. The local Rabbinate raises great obstacles in the path of the few non-Jews who apply for conversion in order to marry Jews, ar.d advise Israel immigration officers abroad to keep out entirely Gentiles accepted into Judaism by Reform Rabbis. They regret not having been able to prevent the admission of several hundred non-Jewish spouses of ^Jewish immigrants. Since the British left, no one in this country is entitled to perform a mixed marriage, so that the few Jewish girls, who braved the not always civilized opposition of their relatives in marrying local Moslems, had no choice but to embrace their husbands' religion — although Islam does not demand such conversions from other monotheistic reigions. Most Jewish girls marrying Christians in their churches, go no further than to declare themselves members of no religion, although this renders their marriages void under local law. The few people, including the first Israel Minister of the Interior, Yitzhak Gruenbaum, who declared themeselves in the first Israel census to be of Jewish nationality but of no religion, are considered freaks and their declarations of no consequence. Hopeless is the case of Jewish converts to Christianity who, at a congress they held a yearanda-half ago in Jerusalem, demanded recognition as a new religious sect within the Jewish nation. Most of the several thousand Jews baptized find it necesfCo'ntinued on Page 13 D) NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL H.ALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK 'A Friendly Bank" (Member ol F.D.I.C.) 101 HJALEAH DRIVE MALEAR FLORIDA Telephone 88-8431 SEASONS BEST WISHES HltOU \ S SAFETY SERVICE 10 N.W. 36th Street Phone 2-4602 MOTOR OVERHAUL PARTS AND LABOR S12..-.0 • Grind Valves • Reface Valve Seat* • Remove Carbon Furnish and Install Rings Your Choice All New Gaskets • 6 Quarts 1st Grade Oil • Adjust Bearings • Tune Motor All 6 Cylinder Passenfjer Cars Except Studebaker, Nash, Ford GREETINGS BAY-BEE DIE-DEE DIAPER SERVICE AN EXCLUSIVE LAUNDRY FOR DIAPERS & BABY CLOTHES 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 GREETINGS MAYFLOWER RESTAURANT 80 S.E. Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida Serving: CLUB BREAKFAST — 25c up LUNCHEON — 75c upDINNER — 1.00 up Open Daily 7 a.m. to 1 ajn. SMALL'S BEACH & SPORTSWEAR 2301 Collins Avenue £ EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Reach Checker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 GREETINGS jrom JACK FISHMAN, President Rramlett Equipment A Supply Co. INCORPOWATKD 800 N. E. Flret Are. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clube



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to ALL ... A MOST J, APP Y NEW YEAR Adie Mae \partmnt* 5375 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAML FLA. ^ LEON GARDNER and MR. and MRS. LLOYD GARDNER TEtlD BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR To AH Their Friends i^li^islUEIliQipidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1952 SEC. E A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL luiapattah Hardware & paint Co.. Inc. 2915 N.W. 17th AVENUE Phone 2-2038 TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR Friendship House, Inc. JELLIES 5420 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 84-1424 |A HAIT'I NJEW TEAR TO ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS Hugo Hair Stylists fox Your New Hair Style 2617 DOUGLAS ROAD Phone 83-3266 Hugo A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Community Cleaners & Laundry 4302 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI Phone 89-1792 R. L. Colbert. Sr. A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS Allapattah Cleaners, Inc. 1866 N.W. 36th STREET MIAMI Phone 2-6411 To All A Most Happy New Year ATLANTIC MILLWORKS A. B. CLARK ^ 7636 NX. 4th COURT Phone 78-6763 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS ON NEW YEAR TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 88-8752 TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR NEWT'S PLACE A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Central Oarage 300 N.W. 8th AVENUE MIAMI Phone 3-7983 Dwoskin and Anton SEASON'S GREETINGS John C. Frazure REALTOR 615 71st STREET MIAMI BEACH A Happy New Year To AU Our Friends and Patrons Farmers Meat & Poultry Market 65 N.W. 5th STREET Phone 9-2192 Seymour Miller Fiseher-s Bake Shop Wishes You a Happy and Prosperous New Year Home Baked Goods Birthday and Wedding Cakes 7423 Collins Avenue Ph. 86-8982 A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons DreKwel Cleaners & Laundry. Ine. 5783 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone 67-2443 Chris Roberts HANDSEL ELECTRIC CO. POWER 8r LIGHTING INSTALLATIONS MAINTENANCE 8r REPAIRS 481 N.W. Lejeune Road Phone 48-3006 Tops — Seat Covers Good Work is Not Cheap Cheap Work is Not Good *LET NEWT DO IT" 1095 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 84-7111 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEN .ll'FFF JUFFE AUCTION OUTLET 801 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-8973 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP "SUABLE DAY WORKERS H EMPLOYMENT SERVICE N E. 5th Street Phone 9-8401 *L MEIDENBERG. Owner Holiday lireetinys See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4618 — 4-9981 *-lr"E INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life In* Co. 07 Bltcayn* Bldfl. W. Flagler St. INSURANCE L^T 37 N.E. lit Ave. ffl k. Miami jTi Holiday Greetings __ ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. PHONE 82-2611 "*> ACKERMAN. President TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 29th Year CUSTOM TAILOR 29 Years of Serriee to the World's Most nistinctire Clientele 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-3812



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PAGE 2 B Jen I sti ffcrfJf3r raPAY.j gm^ 13 PROGRESS IN ISRAEL By SOLOMON LEWIS ll As Israel enters the Year 5713, with the observance of the filth Rosh Hashona since the establishment of the state, the young nation is in the midst of an all-out program to achieve economic self-sufficiency. Just as the Jews of America accepted their responsibility for providing much of the financial sinews which helped make it possible for the re-born Israel to win its war for survival ir. 1948, and thus assure its political independence American Jewry also is giving enthusiastic support to Israel s drive to achieve economic mde. ,, pendence. The chief in*um. 0 though which American Jews J j f^ !" !" ere snaring in Israe. s gigantic economic transformation is trie Yem 5713 %  K ., lve t0 Stcte 01 Israel S500 000 OC. I:.dependence Bond Issue. paust look at Israel's i An inspiring preser.tc::;:-. c: Israels rapidly growing ecc:\ gresi crr.y may be seen at the first Israel Exposition in the United Probably I rf dramath %  >' % %  % %  •• >:.*•.: : :.-... subs .-:... lhan $H State of Is%  ....... | h thai Si %  A HAPPr ,\E\V' TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIEXns AMD PATRONS Marcel & Gaston French Hair Stylists 508 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4878 Chesterfield Hotel 855 COLLINS AVERT* MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5831 F *ED MARVAN ISADORE GELLER i still in 1 throes of :_ %  %  L'rited Sutes T .. %  ••: pi T .... %  -. %  :..:; -. %  U ": : Ann -. %  ." %  : %  went ; | Dthroj com -• [ -pro' : • %  %  I I %  '• Sow thai %  i I the Israel S p I ta .:' in -• the 1 ted t • %  %  t :• : f rescued Jews : •" of Islotions i • .".-.. Stole 1 A %  ben Ili U> thi v Isi Southland, which makes • u : I %  • I'uunw ied as a • t T f scientifi i \ V _• •. • %  I tl N • • great ti .-. irees Segev ..: %  • Mining ( tioi nd funds Segev deposted t .:: t for eing used of fi rtilizers >triaJ : both 5 fi TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR A. D. F. Bloodworth •J'J'I NCW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIEKDS .-\\7) PATRONS Trail Beauty Shoppc 1538 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone 2-1047 EMMA COLEMAN AMOSTHATpYNEVyyj' August Studio INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Rood G A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO AU OUR FRIEXDS, AND PATRONS Riviera Health Resort 6901 YUMURI STREET CORAL GABLES Phone 87-0078 E. A. BROADBFNT Director %  j %  • A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons II. II. I i < %  • 1111-1 ri ENGINEER T49 S.W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI *h*rrv Pharmat-y 116": N w *4 Avani MIAMI ?=:r.e :4:4l: A Happy Nw Year To All Our Friends ar.d Parr;.-.: KViidiv l.aiiiMlt>r<'i Ip 3919 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI Phone 78-5956 Mr. and Mrs. A. Blausteir. • Phone 5-7631 %  %  %  %  A Happy Hew Year To A:: ALL --.• .-.-.rr;i tad Patron A\D PATi \. l.ntlw i .-iM>rCoral Gables 1 H W ELEI .fcwelrv %  : Si 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 2143 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Fhcne 2-0220 Phone 48-5243 %  ^ERT EVERFTT \ Happy Nmm Year To All Our Friend H and Patrons PARHAM'S RESTAURANT OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7301 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 86-3021 A Happy Re* y M T A1 Oat F.-:er.ds aad Patron RH\V m RMI ENGINEERS 3047 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 3-0973 A Happy Ntw Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Gem Garage 3225 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 4-3228 MIAMI Edward Ebright Our New Years Wish "Peace, Health. Prosperity and Good Will To AIT HOME OF SUNSHINE FASHIONS • GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL MIAMI MIAMI BEACH Edward T. Newman Abe Etaenberg



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HDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1951 Je*ist> thrHirtr PAGE 11 G SEEKS INVESTIGATION OF VISA ISSUE 100-Day Cash Drive Set By UJA WASHINGTON (JTA) — Acting Assistant Secretary of State H Brown Jr., said this week that information on the ethnic tn n f loplicants for US visas will continue to be required under hl fnn of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. The act does .Inter into force until December 24th, but for some months Jews lying abroad for US visas have been required to identify themIvesasJews taU study immigration policies and In a ,et, !" r u nomhPrnf he re P rt bv January 1, 1953. accordances P Bolton member ^ lng t0 the Pres f dent s directive ke Foreign AHans^Comm^ M ^ j commission are Earl G. Harrison, former US replying to her protest to tr'retary of State Dean Acheson fainst this requirement, Mr. town said: [••The facts are that visa applint forms will continue to proAL a blank space in which an Iplicant shall state his race, and Ich visa applicant shall also be ouired to state his ethnic classcation, in accordance with the ovisions of Section 222-A and of the Immigration and Natality Act. (McCarran-Walter Jet). meanwhile. Senator Herbert HVhman this week welcomed esident Truman's appointment [a special commission on immiation and naturalization as "a gical move in the Administrates continuing fight to wipe ft the intolerable discriminatns against our naturalized citir.s. and to assume justice and treatment for our alien resiInts and future immigrants." |The Perlman commission will Commissioner of Immigration and naturalization, vice chairman; Msgr. John O'Grady, secretary of the National Conference of Catholic Charities; Rev. Thaddeus F. Gullixon, president of the Lutheran Theological Seminary of St. Paul; Clarence E. Pickett, American Friends Service Committee; Adrian S. Fisher, legal adviser to the State Department; and Thomas C. Finucane, chief of the Justice Department's Board of Immigration Appeals. Secretary of State Dean Acheson said last week that he knew nothing about the practice by the Visa Division of the State Department which requires the identification of Jews as such on visa applications. The Secretary made this reply when asked at his Dress conference if he could comment on protests addressed to him by members of Congress and Jewish organizations. The protests were based on the specific listing of Jews by the Visa Division which makes no similar designation of members of other religious faiths. The Department previously had made known that replies were being drafted to letters on this topic addressed to Mr. Acheson. The labeling of Jews as such by Visa Division of the State Department was condemned by the Cleveland News in an editorial. "There is nothing in the new McCarran Immigration Act to require it, but our blundering State Department is forcing aliens seeking to enter this country to designate whether they are Jews," the paper wrote. "What's the purpose? This is wholly contrary to American principles, the Constitution and the spirit of the law." The paper said that Representative Frances Bolton, of Cleveland, has done the country a service by pointing out the State Department's very irregular procedure in this matter. She is correct in calling this a 'misrepresentation' of the McCarran Act. There is, she says, no Jewish 'race' and therefore there is no logical or lawful reason for forcing Jews to reveal their religion." JERUSAEM, (JTA)—The United Jewish Appeal will seek to raise $35,000,000 in cash within the next 100 days to help meet acute needs of Israel, Jack D. Weiler, of New York, announced here last week. Mr Weiler, who will serve as chairman of the UJA's 1952 National Cash Campaign, set a target of $25,000,000 cash by mid-October. Following conferences with Premier David Ben-Gurion and other Israeli leaders, Mr. Weiler announced that a UJA national conference would be summoned in Washington on October 18th and 19th, and that a special citywide leadership conference would be held in New York on September 25th, to raise the city's quota in the cash drive. Weiler told newsmen here that intensification of Israel's economic and financial plight could be traced in part to the "recent serious decline in UJA campaign receipts." He said this decline, "brought on by the summer lull in campaign activity, especially in the area of cash remittances, has forced a marked depletion in Israel's hard currency reserves." He pointed out however, that during the last three months, when UJA income was at its lowest. Israel had to expend foreign e