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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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29Number 37
iisltUEItiDinidlJiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 16, 1955
PRICE S2.C3


PAGE 2 A
fif^Htineri^kiin
Fridc
G^eateTMiami Ushers in Rosh Hashona
7JS days oi Rosh Hashona are Saturday and Sunday, Sept. ^ on f
, .., ......i. ... W..HWJH ir;mcr l*"tr. r i m
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Yea
a
and
&i^*.*-a-^^^ -^
l!1:: days are known as fhe'Ten Days of Penitence.
At the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter services will commence Friday,
evening at 8 15, with Saturdaj
morning services following al ning services are at i
Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU will offi
Mincha
portions ... the lituffy
',, epm.. followed to Maarii I
...------------- ______ ill tl P IN <........ .I.-
daj morning servi' ''
|ed oftheaermon is schedu ed ,(l daJ Rosh Hashona wiU
The Dawn oi a New _ear Ev K ., ,. with Rabbi Ev
._.:..... ...... .< a ... ii, < Kl.iwmc the
,i Blowing
Scent),I day ol
date and preach on the topic: "Uj;!^^, wi ,.
veiling the Portrait of Life, tan ^^ mscVttaing: "The
tor Edward Klein will rendei mi The Call to Awaken."
musical portions of the liturgy as- a""
ted by the choir under the dlrec At Torah T.mp .. servkes foi
,no Vh Samuels Evening sen Rosh Hashona will commence Fri
SJweal 8:15 Services Sundaj da> evening, 8 p.m.. In Hibiscus
morning at 8 will include a sermon Auditorium. Saturday morning
11:30 a.m. Junior congregation, urgy Sermon or theJJ"**^
ages 8 through l_,wi.l meet both\^OJ!r JSS^^
will in' at t>. On Sundaj morning,
the topic will be "Who shall
,sh bj Fire and Who by Sword?
I antor Abraham Weinstein will as
sist in rendering the lltui
discussing:
Rosh Hashona,'Trumpet." ___*!
8 am with ceremonj ol Tashhch, n which
worshippers recite verses from the
beside a stream, are ******
78,1, st md Tatn"> \N St. !I a> dr.
with i pn.ee>M,.n leaving Agudatn
Israel al r> P-*n.
Corel Geble* Jewish Center will
usher in Rosh Hashona PTWaj ra
/

days at 11:15 a.m. in the Biscayne
Elementary Cafetorium. Teen Ag-
ers will worship in the chapel at
11 a.m. and 6:15 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Levitan will of-
ficiate during services <>i Anshe
Emes Synagogue. Friday evening
services are at sundown. Saturdaj
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
fclul _9-:04 p.r...
_!
Agudeth Israel Hebrew Institute
will usher in Rosh Hashona with
morning services will be al 8 Sub services commencing Friday eve
COLORED DAY WORKERS TOUNG UNIFORMED S6 I FARE
High Type Domestic Weekly Moids Hotel Help Restaurant Help
Porters Maids Kitchen
ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES 9-3607 -
sojoii ran nw*
artiest
3
{-jreetinefs
MOGEN-DOVID
Kosher Meat and Poultry Market
1983 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 3-4218
Under supervision of Greater Miami Vead Hekashruth
First in Miami -
Completely Air Conditioned
TREMENDOUS SAYINGS
Western Prime Meats & Poultry
(Poultry Fresh Killed Doily)
-DELICATESSEN- -
From our New York Factory
Catering for All Occasions
Rotisserie for Meat and Poultry
nin ..i 7 M Rabbi Monti Sk.ip
will discuss "The Joya <>f A>pira-
lion." Services Saturdaj morning
;irv ., 0 ,(,i I antor Irving HoIuiim.ii
and tin choir, vs11ft Robert Stras*
conducting. Will render the
musical portions ol the liturgy.
Sutijed ol the sermon Ii scheduled
,,. a Noble Heritage."
Si,,., d da) oi Roah Hashona,
services will commence at 9M
a m Richard Schulman will i
Rfbbi Skop during the Shi
; the sermon i- "To-
morro There will be ;i Nea
Special children services will in-
held Saturdaj .it 10 30 ;i m under
the direction <>i Louis Kisner, edu-
cation director, and Sundaj al -i
pin. with Kahin Skop officiating
Roth Hashona services at Tifa-
Continoed en Pofe 14 A
GOR E N'S
BAKE SHOP
7SS W. FIAGIER SHEET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy New Year
OKDW
rout
CAKES
EAVORITE HOE/DAT
and BREAD
featuring:
HONEY CAKE SPONGE CAKE
CHAIAH
Telephone 3-5911
J
S. J. Freed man
and
M. Ilephnn
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach
Between fourfh and fifth Sfi.
HEBREW REIIGIOUS SUPPLIES
far Synagogues and Private Use
Alta far Hebrew Schaab
C-nBD 1210
i c '''* 1-H17
IStAEl CERTIMCATES
Prescription Specialists
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Eafraace an WaiAiaafa. Aveaae
Pbaae JE B74JS
1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Aeran from Soars
f' Perking in R,a,
* B2-2091
OCUUSTS' PRESCRfPTIONS HUB.
CONTACT LEWES
Dlatributad by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. i_T
14 N.E. 24th St.. Mlanil 37. Flo. pjV
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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MR. and MRS. BERT SHE!
KENNY and ARTHUR
76 SHORE DRIVE, WEST MIAMI
Excitingly Different Taste!
8 OZ
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CHEESE
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CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI*.!!!
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Service* in tne true spirit
of tlic JewisL tradition...and
dedicated to ease tLc burden
ol the bereaved.
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iversidd
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Pre* fotking
^ TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS^
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member 16, 1955
+Jenlstifk>rMton
PAGE 3 h
rganized Belter to Serve ...
Greater Miami Jewry
With Kosher MEATS and POULTRY
mmsm m m mgamzaton Wrm assurance tf kashws"."""
PATRONIZE OUR MEMBERS ... HELP US HELP YOU! V
Members of the Dade County
OSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
xtend Best Wishes For A Happy New Year
All Our Markets Are Under Rabbinical Supervision
Adlers Kosher Meat
ft Poultry
1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI IEACH
Phone JE 14343
torn in unity Kosher Meats
& Poultry
451 41 si STREET, MIAMI IEACH
Phone JE 1-7691
Coral Way Kosher
Meal Market
1741 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 83-1383
Crown Market
1122 15th STREET, MIAMI IEACH
Phone JE 1-4514
Hade Kosher Market
1S3 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3-1430
rwl Kosher Meat Market
1447 DREXEl AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone Ji 1-2929
lark's Tropical Kosher
Food Market
132S WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 1-1267
Sol Kahlenberg's Kosher
Meat ft Poultry
106 6th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-4577
Kaplan's Kosher Meat Mkt.
621 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 8-4148
Katz's Kosher Meat Poultry Market
1896 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 82-8869
Lapof's Meat ft Poultry Mkt*
1112 NORMANDY DRIVE, MIAMI REACH
Phone UN 6-5223
Harry Mermelstein's
Kosher Meat ft Poultry Mkt.
1119 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 12 5996
Midtown Kosher Market
42S 41st STRUT, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 11396
Vldman's Kosher Meats Miami Kosher Market
" N.E. 125th STRUT, NORTH MIAMI
Phono 844174
ptor'a Kosher Meat Mkt.
SUUIVAN COUNTY CUT UAH
1 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 1 6145
farrv's Kosher Meat Mkt.
243 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 1 7868
Annan's Kosher Meats
1053 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
'"no JI M
2011 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 3-2297
Mogen-Dovid Kosher Meat
& Poultry Market
1013 S.W. tth* STREET, MIAMI
Ph.no 3-4218
Oeeanside Kosher Meats
7451 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone UN 6 2955
iii's Pennway Kosher
Meat Market
1447 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 1-7064
r
Rubindale Kosher Meat
ft Poultry Market
2117 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone HI 8-4764
S oft M Kosher Meat Market
810 S.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 83-7748
Sol's Xorlli Shore Kosher
Meat & Poultrv
7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone UN 6-6226
Sunshine Kosher Market
436 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 1-5583
Trachtenbcrg's Kosher
Meat Market
1323 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 4-2919
United Kosher Meat
ft Poultry
1SS3 S.W. Sth STREET, MIAMI
Phono 3-2270
Victory Kosher Meat Mkt.
020 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI REACH
Phono Jl 8 1801
Washington Avenue Meat
ft Poultry Market
10S1 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 1 6821
Werner's Kosher Market
700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 4-2095
Zion Food Center
1420 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI REACH
Phono JE 1-3418


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*AGE 4 A
Published every Friday
Flcr d,in at 120 N. E
Er-ered as second-class
. .Hce 1927. by the J.wlsh
Si/th Street Miami 1*-.orJ"t
ma'ter July 4. 1930. at the Post
Office of Miami. F'a.. under the Act of MMJM >y
The Jewish Floridian has ""orbed the U
ind th. Jewish Weekly. Member 6f +jJgg*%Mi.
Press Association.___________________________________
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher v,olume 29
OFFICE and PLANT -.120 N.^SixlhStree- _
During The Week ... a
By LEO MINDLIN
s
fM||
Tetephoi^yMl^-WW
i,th <( th* eHAwaw ______.-------~^T~
Kash-
S U B 8 C P
I P T I O N
RATE*
One Year
13.00
Two Years
All the fireworks seemed to be spent from thf zqa
region convention b> the time it met in banquet bat !i
DiLido hotel I understand, however, that earlier Nfdatj.
-__mM the one addressed by Jacques Torczynerwere
Unfortunately, other commitments prevented me from
something t,
--------_ i___ic lQ^S i tniMiwiiii>.........- ...........-..... i........ in,- iron
Friday. September 1 '-^^ 37 jnd cjn only establish contrasts by hear.-. seems 1!^'
LEO MINDLIN .................................. NewsEditoi_
Elul 29, 5715
What of the Hebrew Year 5716 ?
Torczyner is currently grooming himself for future Zoa
md perhaps, for that reason, he mustered added energy ^
at niet to rise to further heights of strident oratory *'
THfS IS the Eve of Rosh Hashona 5716- This 1S
The Jewish .Floridian New Year Edi-
The material i* this edition was selected
great care. Section B. which opens the spe-
pages of this paper, begins with a survey
c; 'ewish organizations in the Greater Miami
area that are dedicated to contributing to our
\ being culturally, spiritually, philanthrope
.-, socially and medically. Section H, the
last, concludes this survey.
1 : this sense then, the entire nosh Hashona
on of The Jewish Floridian embraces a
ait of Jewish community action. Beginning
ending with an examination of such action
ber in Miami, this edition reaches out in its
sres of in-between pages to look upon the
sh world in a aiant panorama. There aie
ons dedicated to the American, over?.
Israeli scenes. There ere sections devoted
iacing at the reader's disposal a better un-
handing of the renowned personalities who
jnet to rise to lunmi iicieuu u> sinurni oratory
The convention gathered at a particular!) lenst ti
m could truly speak of Israel's critical moment tv,
found excellent justification for berating those who have been
, tut the ZOA is a virtually defunct organization Mr Tortn^
lows the summit conference wm^t ^ ^ ^^ m |mm,.(hj. stan(1. starting with the proposil on that ui({
T how Ing to Rain from a "second round." that a 'second round" woe*,'
t th. flower of Israel's youth to the detriment of her
.mdation wi
wean- w'orlTTooking the other way for
long? irth the ZOA'a posKtoa in political terms w, demand," he sail
O the Eve of Rosh Hashona 5716 we take |;| u,(.rnu.nt should sign a security pact with Israel"
romSzanee of the arrival of a new people Tmv hl. s.(lll would determine the has,, for future rapportl
" ; to the h(, m,e(, statt.s and the Arab nations-thai the Arab nation,-
nations because since 1914 the- tried to n.,,lir;i|iy follow suit in order not to undermine its po,,,^!
assume the role of c Nw Est What Mr Torczyner in effect | ua-ourJ
fee ted c people at 0I1P short decado nenfi nu> lootinf toward the Aras ihepnmenwj
from the ashes of ll '-hc German*. v.,i,v it is WU known, are playing the waiting game-mi i
rVpril West
plete autonomy. Ter
tt?5322& Kb-jj--iri.......** .
SS. Stt-"' r mum Of Numm
Nov we are told the Germans know better. Mr Torczyncr's political approach would change this M
Rut th -epentance I V six afr""v M,u'1" ,ho Arabs could no longer ha rastiutiaieT
ilhon Jewish souls nowhere. Today the lead- side Hut. he cautioned. Israel was not pr, to make eJ
ins unmuii.-. \!,ib- it i* wen Known, are piaying me wanin- -;ime-one,
achieved it! com- Israel CU not afford to take part. Thus, our ^vernment'.d
their Warrior neutrality in the Near East ha* been no neutraln> at all: by pm|
succun his own o look with equal favor upon both. State I'm...rtment lore*)
::chievement has been necessarily volumin
ous. This Rosh Hashona Edition could not there-
icre be designed to be read at one sitting. It is
cur hope that it will be returned to again and
. used as a source of leference, employ-
er as a means of capturing if only a glimpse of
: implex world Jewish cor. .n many of
i:s vital manifestations. The times are such I
. demand diaests and condensations; these
frequently the materials of modern man's
>ctual examination.
: j: elieve | that Jews
of the B
about
I
SH HASHONA

M
leader Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, was wel- piece ol pro-Arab propaganda as the Arabs ever could hopef*
corned in Moscow for talks about ultimate Ger- if they had written U themselves^
man unification. And Marshall Kesselring. for- An) force aimed at coercing the State Department into
mer Hitler eb.e leader, repea.ina post-World it- fkm rfM-vta Israel and the Arabs and into having .he
War 1 history, "apologized" for Germany's de- l-artmen. place the onus of act.on on the Arab. I-y .mined**
feat. It wo, Hitler's unreasonable love of Eng- '". Israel a security pact. Mr. Torczyner arid could cab
land, he said, that prevented the invasion of porous Zionist Oragn.zat.on. ^Z.om>m. ,, Munihcantlya*
Britiah Isles. It w-as Churchill s "stupidity," *<* " he said at the bottom of the All.es' failure to Wi tradition in the past and [uture
surrender in 1943. It was the West's short-sight- I W- Mr Torczyner here sent a broad-,:,, agaM the
edness. he said, that joined with the Soviet in ** J ll"*~* newsgroup that aims to bypass
rmany to its knees so that Commu- P an I to eattbUat it, strength ,n number- Wttfcjf
.' could ulumateiv overrun the world. ^ "r-t -and perhaps only-note .1 the banquet
rent situ thin the ranks of the ZOA
For G.rmciry; AuV-r'. hessolrinc ex d. is #*
the onl I I the West's d'
t Coi muniai
ON THE
m




:nd V-J
se of th<

".g the com
len peac
lastly Wo:Id War U. ,.-ars
- ged in Indo-China and Korea, and
r.reatened to erupt in F
for this panoply of m the of
= :! promise of atom: lCles
- :.oss an Iron Curtain separating the pac:
the globe.
:'et, on the occasion ol Rosh Hashona 5716.
can not firmly say that peaca has come
a the land. For the amiability that emerged
: ;m the Geneva conference is filled with re
on.

IN SHORT, ,he mighty Rod Star of the East
made no promise that it would
cease its efforts to tamper with the free aspira-
tions of other nations. The cordiality that fol-
'
MPT ADMITS ITS CULPABILITY
pti speaker. Ool Barr ratU
!it- approacaj
:aa^|
currently best ,G*^
. : i ..... are

i
v
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I (-Men "-
h

>n
COHVEKTIQN ENDS ON AMIABLE NOTE
3
R
.6 in t ,. prayer In .....
are these queationa: Who--hoi ,* 1
1 pariah by JSJd? <5Tfi Si V dtb.
the Jews from th.
* P""i' "le"
eantury We need men and women
i tl
i '
re would nv j a^m
, But tl
. indicated, without ui "
admitted, mu-t i
1 -.el and m

3 nfW1
dr;
- ponsh by sword?'
::romen! unblai Men a u._____
Manundh.se '1",,C
r* th* .^....u "\ll.;" e h century We neea men -
nal God. These aL
l^-and-deafh reckoning is indeed ,-- ^
the hope that the"^wi^ ^'^Lf? Ind*d ^ oi ^VZ' 1',
future for the Jewish c mml t t"qh' un,,bl cnou*h PerhPs' by toT-dedlH
for the wX, .^Lm ,,S enUr*,V' T N,nk thc ttr*WOriu ,hat' am l0W' 3
t the convention here.
as well a
world at large.


L ^.ptember 16. 1
imi Woman Named Chairman
Po,cr Glazer, of Coral Ga-
lr~Uf n*rirH*%r,
PAGE 5 R
t, been appointed chairman
p,.initiation League
many years in Anti-Defamation
League and B'nai B'rith program-
ming in the Greater Miami ;.
I i; n.n B'rith Women's She aided in the organization of
n ;ii;iiiuincnl (Jte finder Muim API. C icj Shapiro, .1 WU*- and .>.; ..inn-!,.
. Lstrict prc*lenl ...,, *u, t-t..t,; AiJL
_ bee* active-lor ohekmen ol the Florida >l ite
eration of B'nai B'rith Women's
; Chapters.
I Mrs. Glazer is manager of While-
hall Fabrics. Coral Gtblei, and is
married and has three children
\- District ADL chairman. Mrs.
Glazer will coordinate Anti-Defam-
ation League project! and paq,
ming ftmong the Unai B'riUb
Won/.'ii ( h.iplc: cuiip: |.,;i.i the
District.
Lowe Gallery Welcomes
New Art Instructor
Lowe Gallery, University of Mi
iami, will welcome a new. art in
slructor, Sue Roberts, when the
.children's program f?tr- urderway
Oct. 1.
Hrs, Roberts, a graduate uf .Flor-
ida State College for Women.
teaches art to the elementary
grades at Central Beach and South
Beach schools. She is a member of
the Florida Art Teachers Associa-
tion and the Dade County Art
Teachers Association.
The gallery expects to register
over 300 youngsters in the program
this winter, open to members' chil-
dren, front five lo 15. the J'ir*t ait
avt underway. ah::.
Oct. 1.
CANTORS CHOOSE
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. s*?-
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+Je*ls*ncrl WJX? "3^ *&*?
Qflcy tlie Qiao Qjear Irtng tfM
fteqlm and happiness
ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO- 1N&
903 E. 4th A
|JT NrrSNfS TO AIL
FOURTH AVt PACKAGE STORE
ma FtfuuM
NUUAM RflM
jr
(fciirtnrt|kt
Friday,
Awards Pi
At JWV Heel
Several
WWd, were ^
Honda m the
hotel Sunday.
BROWN KASHA
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i
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J it less fattening- Protsln-rich! Roasted
I nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat!
I For tempting, delightful ways to serve this
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I oTgMM buckwheat gr, for cere* M* purfdrng.
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1050 E. 17th STREET. HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE 80-1571
Lindy the singing dog. who recently helped out in the Red Cross
drive for funds for flood relief, now applies his talent to B'nai
B'nth Women's flood relief taq day project here last week. Proud
owner Mis. Bea Block looks on. _______________
Cantor Nahmias to 0tticia*e At Sephardic Somcos
Sephsrdk Congregation of
Gn ater Miami will usher in Rosh
Hashona with services beginning
Friday evening at 713 Wsahingto
ave
GRttllNGS
HOLIDAY GBEETUiCSS
MARSEILLES HOTEL
Reopening Dining Room Nov. ls-
Accepting Reservations for Banquets, Bar Mitivahs, Parties
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision
Tel. JE 8 5711} }

REDUCE
NOW
IN 30 DAYS
TOUR TAPE
MEASURE
WILL TELL YOU
FOR FREE TRIAL
1741 COLLINS AVE.
Joseph Pardo. president. Wed-
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gregation committee: Albert Rosa.
Mailah Mordoh. David Saffan. I-ie
J. Pardo and Daniel Botton.
PH. 84-0096
NO DISK01IN&
Stauffer
em
1402S W. Di.U Hwy N. Miami FU.
All CONDITIONID-OrtN EVIS.
' The committe said that Cantor
Sadi Nahmias. well known Sephar-
dic cantor, will officiate at serv-
>CM Cantor Nahmias received his
training in Europe and is a grad
uate of the Jewish Seminary of
Salonica, Greece.
During World War II. Cantor
Nahmias was in.?rned in a Ger-
man concentration camp and im-
pressed in slave labor from 1940
to 1945.
Pardo said that services com-
mence Friday at 6:30. Saturday
morning services will begin at 8.
*,
Bltat) -
An altar cloth ,
s?sibSi
Lcvine. """I
Bruce Brown Aux.l J*
of her sons, Edward Ji
Past Department ft,
sie Solomon donated
and. representing ^
president Mae WeinerT
Civil Defense Trophy i
the H.aleahMiami SpLl
iary. Mrs Weiner hadT
trophy.
AH posts in the fcJ
record as opposing the i
most of the Veterans v
tion office out of the
All Jewish War Veta
Guards of Honor pan
the Citizenship Dav
Flagler t Thursday
Coral Gables Postttti
contract arrangements
metco Theaters to condi
raising affair Tickets ti.]
for the Carlo, Miami
Theaters for future use.i
are jointh shared by Wi
the Post All Post
used to further rehab
disabled veterans.
To All .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
John B. Orr Jr.
JUOH
S4 ll\< IITER
Director
SCH ACHTER'S
Daily Jewish Programs
WMIE
Wishes to rhenk his sponsors for
ffceir kind co-operetien and sjs>
fends Sett wishes to his listeners
one" to all Jewry tor a very Happy
New Teer.
B'nai B'nth Won** to Moot
B'nai B'nth Women of Miami
will have their first meeting of the
season on Tuesday evening, Sept.
20. at Beth David Auditorium. An
original play written by Mrs. Al-
bert Zatlin will be enacted by mem-
bers. Mrs Sam Marks will be host-
ess m honor of her son Joel's Bar
Mitrvah.
Beth Emeth k
Elects Cam
Alvin S. Cawa has bstJ
mou-ly reelected presid
Emeth Congregation,
an announcement We
Others named at ail
Seeing are Herbert
first vice president. All
n vice president; Mn i
mer. recording secretary,!
Reiter. financial
ard J. Richman, cor
retary; and Robert Shapaht]
urer.
Named to the boani il
are Samuel Awn-. R*l
bart. Stanley flatter.
Klamkin and Sy Silven
GREETIXUS
from
The Presidont. Rabbi, Cantor
Officer-, and Directors
f
CONGREGATION BETH ft
and its
SISTERHOOD
THE OPERA GUILD
OF
GREATER MIAMI
Wishes all its Members of the Jewish Faith
A Very Happy, Prosperous and Healthy New Year
ARTURO Dl FILIPPI
Artistic Director and General Manager
SIMON SEIDEN
Program Director
WMIE
Jewish Forum on the Air
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All His Sponsors and Listeners
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FOR THOSE OF THE JEWISH FAITH
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Alumnae
Winter Plans
monlhlv mooting of Phi
La Alumnae Association
7iami was hold on Tues-
at the home of Mrs.
1790 dr.
du- year ahead were
|opic of discussion, in-
Lq, n tho forthcom-
hnual fashion show and
itiom.l PW Sigma Sigma
[to bo hold in tho Mi-
nouncod by Mrs. Joseph
Lidont. that Mrs. Paul
III bo chairman of the
L which will be held
hurdine's tea room.
L llso announced that
Le Brams will be con-
Lrman for the 1956 Phi
na convention to be
he of next year.
or Reiter was in charge
neni.-
Two Miami Leaders WHS ffi&.Vss
[him with the citation of "Man of
|the Year" in recognition of his
| finest contribution to the essen
tial Jewish life in America." My-
ers was president of the Confer
ence of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds for five years, and
in 1948, under his aegis, CJFWF
nationally raised over $150,000,000
to meet overseas. American and
Miami needs for Jewry.
Orovitz, a noted local and na-
tional philanthropic and industrial
: figure, has principally dedicated
himself here to the development
I of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater
i Miami.
He currently spearheads a $4,-
500,000 drive for the establishment
I of a new Mt. Sinai on Collins
'fsland, adjacent to the hospital's
present site.
to Staff
teachers have been
II Staff of the Little
kn Academy in Coconut
^rding to an announce-
HSday. Named to the
kn faculty is Mrs. Pa-
ilin who will also be
|>f Spanish and dancing
In the second grade,
phrey Malmowski will
eience and F.nglish.
Jerry
icherzer
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IPPY NEW YEAR
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you will find
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Memorial Art
been created
installed by
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jH* Sundays
Are Honored by
international Body
Two Miami men were honored
by Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity with
"Men of the Year" awards at the
organization's 45th international
convention in the Hotel Shoreham,
Washington, D.C., Friday evening!
They are Stanley C. Myers. 3620
I Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, and
Max Arovitz, 6000 North Bay rd.,
Miami Beach.
The fraternity, with chapters in
over 50 colleges throughout the
I United States and Canada, opened
its convention with a cocktail par-
ity Wednesday evening. Sept 7, and
concluded sessions Saturday night
jat a formal dinner dance.
Previous recipients of the award,
all Tau Epsilon Phi alumni, include
Judge Irving R. Kaufman, of New
York; Mayor E. J. Evans, of Dur-
ham, N.C.; Dr. Monroe Romansky.
of Washington, D.C., discoverer of
Penecillin techniques; Leon D.
Crestohl. Montreal, Quebec, Mem-
ber of the Canadian Parliament
and Queens Counsel; Frederic R.
Mann, Philadelphia, Pa., industrial-
ist and civic figure.
Myers, who enters his second
successive term as president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and his third since its organiza-
tion in 1938, was named outstand-
ing Jewish citizen here at a din-
ner of the National Conference of
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A program of entertainment
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Goldstrich, of the Temple's Sister-
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The Young-At- Heart Group of
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Here houseguesting it at the lovely AUton Island horn < \Mar.lyn
Kay are Mrs. Alfred Gottesm.n and her son. Ohio s Sam C ralsky
Birdie, who used to live in these parts, flew in from her Las Vegas
, SS when daughter Carol announced the Aug 2S birth ol Sh.rry
"''Carol and husband Jerry Miller live '<> "'' gaJ<
parents, along With Birdie, are the Irving M.llers. oi SM 23nd M
trageds on occasion opens the
Paul Muni
I Wertheimcrs Say
IVows in Now York
Lake George. N Y and Canada
,J.'n0hone>MH1oMd,MH,,1onso
Bernice Roberta Suaaman and Fred
KS Wertheimer The coup*
who met at a I nivr.ty of Miami
|?ra,ernityparh erem-medSun
davat 7:30 pm in the forest H.Ms
iNVi Jewish Center
The bride is the daughter ol
and Mrs David Sussman,
lyn. N Y The bridegrom is
Proud grand oi Mr ond Mrs Charles
It's sad hut true that someone -
for another's opportunity Last week, beloved artist
had to withdraw from his lead m int
Wind
suddenly became ill an<
sh Broadwaj hit. "Inherit th.
Frantic search for a replacement, Gotham reports
vilh Si Oakland. He's the brother Oi Nat and Bernard We.-.s
hoping for Pau<\ 'he
Anyway, everyoi
e: it'- the biggesl chance
i for him.
Sj ever ; Nlf Bernie

travi! si rvice t im<
The George Kronengolds, "I
n extended trip abroad,
George writes to saj the) expect to visit th< S
Austria and Germany, arriving in Lausani
the American S \ ents'convention George is
in the organization. .
Itinerarj was to begin Thursd i >rk on Ihc S.
Airlines to Oslo The Kronengolds pl.m to return Oc! 13 aboard
th Queen Mar)
Breok'
the son
VYerthe-
mer, loVsouth Shore cli Miami
Beach ,. ., ,.
Mr Sussman gave his daughter
in Ral Ben Bon Bok
rficiated
Lighl '
th chantillj I
i
I ol honor
Miami
li ;room,
idy, Pil
. ,. Miss
Bi klyi
I ml Vernon,
N. Y.. I'M i '' I '"'-1 xl
ph i ter. w< re bridee-
I bit) Libmai Miami Beach, a
p Lambda Phi fraternit) brother,
W i- I"' I
Reception was held at the i
: he couple will return south
i South s' !' dr later
tin- month
We>t ave '- Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid are proud as pui I I I OT
weeks they entertained their grandsons Andy, 12 and Scctt, i
Anna phoned to tell tin- story: "Andy and Scott spent the :
ths at camp in Quebec, Term The) left camp Sept 7 and flew here
lemselves to be with us in Miami Beach "
Further independent note The brave youngsters dei
again b) themselves, to fi> home to Atlanta and a joyous welcome
from their parents, the Gerald H. Ghertners. .
Mother Janice is well known m these part-, since she lived here
er life before marrying Gerald and moving to Georgia
_ Ubb) Gewiti became the bride
Honeymooning at th, \ rs hotel are Lt. and Mr*. Marvin Rosen- p|. ^^^ Cobm m g _
bera. He- in the Judge Advocate's office at Newburgh, N ^
Miss (iewitz Weds
Dr. IIiTiiuiii Cohen
Marvin's dad. friends report, i- one of the founder- and three times
.dent ol noted Hillcrest Temple in Long Island. .
Uncles Larry and Jack Ross, ol North Shore dr. are entertaining
harming bridal couple during their exciting sta) here
The Irving Cypens recently returned from a trip to the West Coasl
, i g sightseeing visit to Boulder Dam. Haxel and Irving bumped
Ck into the Leonard A. Wien family
Irving couldn't get over the Bermuda shorts he saw Leonard wear
and Miami Beach I- -till agOg about it. .
Footnote on a -mall world The Cypens walked into a I.a- Vegai
lor a table and were roundly greeted b) the Bennett
Litlers.
*
Word about town i- that Joe Abramson i- back from Boston Joe
rwent surger) while there and called to -a\ he recuperating
klj

Algiers hotel was the site of a heart-rending union la-t week
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cuchill, ot Durban. South Africa, were honored
t- at a luncheon tendered by Mrs. Albert Rakoff. .
Esther met her sisters in law, Bess Cooper and Leah Levy, for the
time The luncheon also ended 48 years ol separation between Isaac
brother William, Miami Beach businessman
Spyglass at the Algiers: other- witnessing the joyous affair were
ni Beach's Haiel Allison and Fleorette Cooper.
While hu-band Jack Schippmann is off on his annual stag golfing
Stead, wite Bernice made plan- to keep herself bus)
sh.' left Monday for a week's \i-it with her mother in Chii
ping will be the highlight of her sta) So, when all i- lid and
. it'll be a toss up as to who bad the most fun Bernice oi J

George Sax i- back at the helm He and wife Rhoda have ju-t
ed to theii irous penthouse at the Saxon)
Board chairman of the Exchange N itional Bai k in I hicago George
ntl) took a trip there on business matter- Returning with hii
Ru:da was their son, Georgie Jay. .
Another son, Eddy Lee, enters the tniver.it> of Miami tl
ceremonies Saturday, Sept. 3. in
the Rosewood room of the Fon-I
tainehleau hotel Rabbi Irving
I.c hrman officiated
The bride i- the daughter of
Mr and lira. Henry Cewit*. 7721
Dickeni ave The groom's parents
are the Joseph Cohen-. 3529 Pine-
tree dr.
Matron of honor was aunt of the
bride Mrs Archie Biener. Irving
(dhen. brother of the broom, was
be-t man The bride's brother.
Michael GewltZ, was ring bearer,
and Wendy Ann Biener. her cousin,
was (lower girl
Newly wed Mrs Cohen graduated
from the Whitefield School and
the Walsh School of Business
.Science. She attended the I'nivcr
titles ol Honda and Miami, was a
member of Thespians and pledged
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
Dr Cohen graduated from irv-
lington Huh School in New Jersey,
Tulane I m\cr-it> and Tulane Med-
ial School Me was a member of
Phi Lambda Kappa medical frater-
nit) at Tulane an i alao belonged to
Thespians
A reception and dinner followed
in the Rosewood room Alter a
. moon trip to Mexico Citj.
Acapuico and New York. Dr. and
Mr- I ohen will be at home at 350
South Shore dr N..rmand> 1-1,
Mrs.
Laurcnce-Vk-tor
Mermen Ce*e
Mrs. ArneM **
Goradeskys Fell
On Keiurn Hoimj
Phylli-
Goldst.'in ill]
were roamed I
Burnslcins to Live
In Mt. Freedom
Connie Gainer's two r-istera.
Dorothv and Rita, attended her:Gorade-k>
when she became the bride of Ir-;Sept 3. in 8:30 pm ntal
win Burnstein Sunday. They are;seth Israel Conmgam]
the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jonah (apian and Canter J
Gruber. 1259 SW 17th at. JSeif officiated
The ceremony was performed in. Tno hrilt(, 1S tnf dau.
the Klode hotel in Mt. Freedom. and Mrs Samuel GoldsteaJ
N J. home of the bridegroom. lltn's, Miami Beach. lh|
Hi- parents are Mr. and Mrs. .g (ho ol Mrs Tessitt
Charles S Burnstein. of Mt. Free- md |hc |aU, Harrv -
dom.
A reception at the hotel was
held following the 6 p.m. wedding.
A double ring ceremony was used.'en,v
The bride wore ah afternoon W>wn **>*'?*
gown of white silk organza with m;h" S Lv
tucked bod.ee and full skirt made taffeta, illusion n.I*
with bands of tucking, each band with imp" edged with a small lace ruffle ,and embroidered
Biater Dorothy, who was maid of
honor, wore white organdy em- j
broidered with pink Her gloves
and -hoe- were pink.
Slater Rita, junior bridesmasd
wore pink organdy
Irwln's brother Edward wu best
man.
After a weihlm" trip to Canada.
the couple will live in Mt. Free-
dom.
SW 49th a\e. Miami
Given u\ marnaw
the bride was
Marty Lowiti recently reams ol publicity, even in the
relay Evening Poet, for his company which "sells painting bj the
age ...
Now. Marty ha- decided to open a local office because ol the en
iastic reception given his presentatii
i

Hope Everything's All Right Note Nightclub impressario Murray
Weinger flew to New York last week to check into Mt Sinai hospital
th-. e.
Surprise miscellaneous shower was held tor bride-elect Miao Alma
Pla'.kin Sept. 7 at the Miami Beach home ot Mn. Sheldon Green.
Lovely Alma's fiance is Manny Marco*, and she's teaching first
:e at Bi-cayne Elementary. The wedding i- scheduled lor Novem
Co-hostess with Mrs. Green at the beautiful -bower was her -i-ter
Mrs. Abe Friedman.
e e e *
Burt BeLenke, of the Miami jewelry firm, left for Cuba and a brief
ite from business affairs.
Friend;
Grossing
ever NBC-TV.
nds were thrilled Wednesday with the re broadcast of finnl
rs life-story on Ralph Edwards' "This is Your Life'' nroerar
program
The first showing made a tremendous national impactso exciting
and heart-rending have Jennie's experiences been.
At the time of the first broadcast, she thought she was just visiting
her old friend, Eddie Cantor. He was among the many stars appearing
en the program, along with Jennie's find, Eddie Fisher and James G
MtcDonald, first U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
Patnik, Meltzer
Exchange Vows
M Anne Roea Patnik. daughter
ol Mi and Mrs Benjamin Patnik,
B918 I tnerson ave.. Surfside. be-
came the bride ol Allen Oscar
Melt/, i K ,.; Mr Joseph Meltzer
and Mi Raj Apctov, Miami.
The wadding and reception took
place Sunday, Sept. 4. at the home
of the bride's parents, and a dinner
following 'he ceremony was held
at the Royal Hungarian restaurant.]
Rabbi Mai Shapiro performed the
rite*
Her veil of Frendi i
held bv a tiara tnm
the drew she held
orchid- and orange
Bible
Maid of honor
ttoter. Ro^alyn Goldstenj
wa- Sa.d Sliver. -
Harn- acted as fk* m
Tho .u,le graduated I
Beach High School a
the Universl
band i- >
fniversit) He
talergw-
weddinj
-,tv of FloridsJ
..raduate '
a c
neer am
following
Wcrnrr-Kahn
Mrs. Allea 0. Melt.,,
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, (iertrude Chavin.
the groom's sister, was matron of
honor, and Mr Sam B. Nevel. the
room's friend, was best man. Ush-
ers were I Ronald Drew Weisberg
and Joseph Patnik.
Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs Al Patnik, Mrs. Ida Bluttman
and Mr and Mrs. Martin Trachten
berg.
The bride wore an apple
Nassau, th.- couph aj *
their h mo* >'P"n ,hf'
Sot 11
oin.. ballerina4ea
| lace ver taffeta""
s.sted ol two h'U
cascade oi -'^
Mtin covered Bible
The couple w'11
Silver Springs and
Gainesville.
The br.de grrff^
nical High School -J
School of P"**Z
.w. Ko. iwen etop>>Yi
been
The groom
she has ^-r^l
SeneT*
The gr a*-^, 0
High .nds"***-
edacst*?:
in the Navy
continue hu g
ongineering ""
Flerida.


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Jean Redman Becomes Mrs. Biblo;
Gown of White Imported Batiste
*r
M
Albert I. BiMo
km down
,,r Miss Itts
I i, 30 p.m. candle-
|on\ Sunday, Sept. 4. at
i Miss Kandy Jo
. ,,| Mr. and Mrs.
N,u Vork City, became
If I'lu::;' !!"l>ort Masters.
Virginia Terry Masters,
g River dr.. Miami.
ncth lUa performed the
Jean Redman became the bride
of Albert Lincoln Bibio in S p.m.
ceremonies Wednesday. The dou-
ble ring rites were performed at
Temple Emanu-El by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Only immediate mem-
bers of the family were present.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Redman. 1000
Meridian ave., Miami Beach. She
was formerly with the City of Mi
ami Beach Traffic Bureau and re-
cently a staff member of the Ne*v
York Public Library.
The groom is {he son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Biblo, New York l'il>.
He is a member of the Detective
Bureau of the Miai.ii Beach P ilice
Department. He was formerly with
the U.S. Naval Intelligence and
the U.S. Governm?ni Honolulu 1\>
lice Department.
Jean's gown was cf white im-
ported eyelet batiste, empire wa si
line and a full three-tiered skirt,
with blue satin cummerbund. A
lace Juliet cap embroidered with
seed pearls held her short French
illusion veil. She carried her m-
ter Helen's white Bible covered
DTlrs. Stfiet fiocfie
vzd li. <2>fiocfief

'ew
with a white orchid bouquet.
A wedding dinner was held in
the Scheherazade room of the Al-
giers hotel. Members of the family
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Redman, parents of the bride; Hel-| J)livjs SoloillOIl
en and Robert Redman, sister and
A i ilinore
Mrs. Philip If. Master $
u,, Frank Zagarino, of
Maid "1 honor was
hay. of Miami
He selected a ballerina-
)rn of white imported
over tulle, high neck
fen Anne collar, long
list-point and fitted bod-
[ t<> a very bouffant skirt.
tierred French illusion
Cached to a crown of im-
intilly lace and seed
le carried four white
.-tephanatis on a white
de was graduated from
^h High School, in Scar-
IV and F.dgev.ood Park
felege at Briarcliff Man-
en and Kor>en neaman, twox dim > ., .
brother of the bride; Mr. and Hit. Are Cillgagea
Phillip Biblo and daughter, Sally.
brother, sister-in-law and niece of
the groom.
Mr. and Mrs. Biblo will honey-
moon in the East and will reside at
their home at 851 80th st, Miami
Beach, upon their return the latter
part of October.
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Salle Military Academy, Long
Island, N.Y.. attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and was a mem-
ber of Sigma Chi social fraternity.
After a dinner at the Saxony,
the couple flew to Montego Bay,
Jamaica, .for their honeymoon.
They will make their home at Lake
Mahopac, NY.
Out-of-town guests included the
Ambassador from Panama. Tony
Morales. Mrs. Vi Cenit. Miss Mar-
garet Martin and B. Deutschman.
of New York.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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REAL ESTATE
1491 LINCOLN TERRACE MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEARS WISH. Reliable,
adaptable man. fifties's, good
health, desires employment. Exp.
stockroom, shipping, inside sales,
but would accept motel job. Mr. f..
Box 2973, Miami 18.
Miss Elinor Frances Davis and
Harold H. Salmon are engaged.
They have not yet set a definite
date for their wedding, but plans
are in the offing.
The bride elect it the daughter
of Mrs. Bernard R. Davis. 2230 SW
19th ave.. Miami, and the late Mr.
Davis.
The groom's parents are the
Philip V. Salmons. 1446 Lenox ave..
Miami Beach.
Miss Davis graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and is now
a secretary with a Miami Beach
law firm.
Her fiance graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, at-
tended the University of Florida
and served two years in the Armed
Forces. He is now a student at the
University of Miami, where he will
study law.
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^i^i.tn^HHr
Fridc
A Happy and Prosperous
\ew Year To All Our
Friends and
I'utiotis
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Miss Shapiro Plans
Nov. 21 Weeding
The engagement f Arlenc San-
dra Shapiro to Morton Jules Gut-
termun was announced by her
mother, Mrv Jeanette Shapiro, of
Miami, and the late Philip Sha-
piro at a cocktail party honoring
the couple last Sunday.
Arlei. is ;i KrarluMe of Miami
lenior High and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is now em
ployed by the law firm of Shapiro
and Fried on Miami Beach.
The future bridegroom, the son
ill Mr Hid Mrs. Sol Gutterman, of
Miami Beach, graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High and the
i rsity of Miami.
He did yraduate work at the Uni-
wiMtv of Maryland and is a mem-
ber ol Gamma Theta Upsilon fra-
ternity He is now a military intelli-
gence research specialist with the
United States Government in
Washington.
The wedding date is set for Nov.
27 on Miami Beach.
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Fall Wedding
For Miss Schwartz
A fall wedding '- being planned
by Lola Krannne Schwartz and
Martin a Spritzer
The encasement i^ announced to
d*j b) tier parents, Mr and Mrs. J.
\v Schwartz, 2240 SW 16th ter.
Lola Is a graduate ol the Univor-
sit) <>f Michigan, currently em-
ployed at .1 Halter Thomp-nn
Compan)
Martin, an attorney-at-law, ia
graduate ol Rutgers Universit) and
Harvard Law School He la a mem-
ber ol Phi Beta Kappa and past su-
perior Hi phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
He is sun ol Mr and Mrs Benjamin
Spritzer, Hialand Park. N j and
in the insurance business in New
York
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series on "The Pursuit of Happi-
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consecutive year of lectures and
discussions at the Spinoza Forum.
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the couple are engaged
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Ruth Solomon. 2426 St!
Miami.
Gerome s parents are t,
Mandells. of Bridgeport I
She attended Miami I
was a member of the Gotdl
itans Her fiance went to i
Bridgeport and is not
with Olin's.
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*Je*l$tiFhrMton
PAGE 11 A
Uncovers Deadlock in Dulles Plan
IgTON (WNS) -Israel's
[Secretary of State John
jjes- proposals for peace
ran states was disclosed
raeli Ambassador Abba
najor address before" the
lobihzation Conference
J Bonds.
In told the 1.000 Jewish
the closing session of
that while Mr. Dulles'
lined 'certain eminently
[c features" the "whole
|tc its constructive poten-
Ly hold within itself a
otentiality of deadlock
Esionment." He said the
[of State's suKKestion of
frontier changes as a prerequisite
to an American security treaty
with Israel was "acutely dispirit-
ing" since such a provision "could
well destroy the validity and effect
of the bold statement on an Amer-
ican treaty."
He called the present frontier
"one of the few elements of sta-
bility in the current issue" since it
had "existed by international
agreement for seven years" and
that there was, therefore, "no rea-
son for applying the treaty to the
present agreed frontier" and "no
merit in withholding that solution
pending a new frontier agree-
ment."
Referring to the Dulles plan as
Crawford Vaad, Meat Co.
[S at Citizen Issue Statement
Joint statement dated Sept. 12. i
, issued by the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus and Mogen David Kosh-
it Meat Products Corporation, was
released Wednesday.
Signed by Harry Sirkin, presi-
dent of the Vaad, and Harry Alt-1
man. president of Mogen David, I
the statement reads as follows:
"The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashrus wishes to announce the re-
sumption of its supervision of the
Mogen David Kosher Meat Prod-
ucts Corp., and the management of
the ^Mogen David Kosher Meat Mar-'
ket hereby wishes to state that at |
no time did it intend in any state-
ment to impugn the personal in-
tegrity of the director or of any of
the officers of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus.
"The Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashrus and the Mogen David
Kosher Meat Products Corp. arc
happy to state that a citizens com-
mittee of rabbis and laymen have
met and resolved all differences to
the satisfaction of both parties and
to the banefit of the community."
having been "conceived on a hih
level of thought and utterance."
the Israeli diplomat cautioned that
"unless the central purpose of an
American security treaty is dis
engaged from impending conrii
tions and from the threat of be
ing vetoed by those opposed to st;i
bility in our region, the whole
plan" may hold within itself the
potential of deadlock and disillu-
sionment. Israel. Mr. Eban stress
ed, was "ready in the proper con-
text for mutual adjustments of the
boundary line" but that it will "ac-
cept no unilateral territorial con-
cesions for ourselves, just as we
have demanded none from our
neighbors."
The conference concluded with
a resolution to an appeal by Israeli
Finance Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol, pledging its "fullest mea-
sure of devotion" to raising
the sum of $35,000,000 for Israel,
through sale of Israel bonds, before
the end of the year.
Season's Greetings
Truly Nolen Exterminators
1742 Alton Road, Miami Beach JE 1-3444
560 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 9-1762
To All Greetings
leremonies
i ,. Grady L. Craw-j
principal speaker at Na-'
Jzcn-hip Day exercises
fcfront Park on Sept. 15.
Pallol was chairman of
ship Daj committee of
W Seeds Pod of the
region.
bej W Seedi Post spon-
Fg annual observance of J
Htizenship Day together j
id and participation of
Ether Dade County civic
was.
kg the military parade
per st and the massing
|n at the Bayfront Park
Judge Crawford ad-
he audience of Greater
(gathered to renew their
to the ideals of Ameri-
ship
JNF Council to Elect
Election of officers for 1955 1956
will take place at the meeting of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami on Wednesday
evening, Sept. 21, at the Delano
hotel. A report of the recent South-
eastern Zionist Conference here
will be given.
ATLANTIC, Inc.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
I. 6. BIELER, President
759 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE PL 8-6787
jssor Joins
Ito Chile
prt Carlyle Beyer, asso-
isor of Hispanic-Ameri-
b at the University of
II serve as junior econom-
ise Klein and Saks Eco-
|d Financial Mission to
Beyer left Miami last
Din the mission in San-
iid Saks, a Washington,
baa been contracted by
in government to advise
nic matters, according to
\. Hi- appointment to the
for an indefinite period.
AEPhi Alumnae Meet
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Greater Miami Alumnae Associa-
tion, held its frist meeting of the
year on Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Jack Levkoff, 6020
Pinetree dr. Mrs. Marvin L. Zank,
president of the group, gave a re-
port of the biennial convention of
the national sorority, which was
held this summer at Harbor
Springs, Mich.
I. .. Season's Best Wishes
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in
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We Extend
Season's
Greetings
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AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Fiid
Hebrew Faculty
Adds 2 Members
Appointment of two new mem-
ben to the faculty of the <
Hebrew High School of the Bureau
of JewM K'.in.'.iti-u p|s ttn*#c-
,j by RabbL !i
i n, chairm
; commitl
part time instrui I
t i are Rabbi Mi
and M Sh ishani
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Jewish Ed
Executive Boaid Meets,
Plans for Coming Season
Appraisal of the progress o!
g| year and plans
season's activities w.
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nwnforttHTo.nm,vM,1n..nlaw'<
s0cW Mtioa im ** *"
President -'' B?r
chapl

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TO ALL V. I A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
WILLIAM E. COU
QUALITY DRY CLEANING
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Cfeefricol Confroef.itj $efv:c,
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I

Mrs. Eisenhower Accepts
Chairmanship of Group
Mrs Dwight D Eist has
pted chairmanship i i the Hon-
National Spoi f the Nj
tional Nephrosis Foundation in a
letter to I'r II W Kaessler, of
Bronwilh'. N Y presi l< nl
Foundation
Greater Miami chapter i
Mr- : v
Somi of thi Honorarj v I
ide Helen Hay< s, Fan-
nie Hurst, r S Senators 1 M
and Herb) rt Lehman, ol New
York 18 state governors
rs
The Foundation, which ha* af-
filiates throughout the United
State- was first organiied by par-
ents : children suffering from
childhood nephrosis for which
there i- no known cur"
h of the affiliate- throu
< ut the country supports oni
clinic- jects
in its r Miami
il 2180 SW 1 -
Mian
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Rosh Hashona will b
at the Cent* r Fi
Hi
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ish Educatioi
Morn- Gert ass -
In charge ol reservations is '
liam Raskin.
Rabbi Marius Ransom, spiri-
tual leader of Temple Emanu-
El, Ft. Lauderdale, extends
best wishes to the Jewish
community on the occasion
of Rosh Hashona 5716 along
with the Rabbis of congrega-
tions throughout the Greater
Miami area. (See Sec. H)

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,ber 16. 1955
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PAGE 13 A
Primary Concern Still Economic
e Consul at Bond Meeting Here
I,racli-Arab border
ml weeks, the prim-
the State of Israel |
c an :ol. Barry Harel said
an Israel Bonds
[the diLido hotel in
{he Israeli vice con-
\rab nations still be-
destroy Israel. And
fcnphasizing economic
,-.,,: bullets.
balance of 1955. the
ha. made the Israel
I primary means of
,. ..i.l The need
, capital has again
I the deeision to
Jl j.jnds of JeWi
he pointed
tmg for the
| committee
I R ibbi Morris
15 oglMfl and
L) ready have sched-
15 I.iebman.
uih Rabbi Skop for
By Daj presided at
y which religioua and
jcr Ben I Danbaum
fcjairman of the board
( Miami Beach, told
ami will con-
mding job for
\b \, hrman, president
I, Rabbinical
ill leader of
Jacob Sher.
Greater Miami
ien's Council
Meeting
! meeting of the year
Council of Jewish
Count) Section, took
Wednesday
the home of newly
lent Mrs. .lean C. Leh-
Ih Shore dr.
t n a n d officers,
executives of
kj i Council in
) I their plans
IV. :i.
E R M A N
i )ok Store}
I Sidney Glazier, city manager for
the Development Corporation for
Israel, reported that special Bibles
printed in Israel and signed by
David Ben-Gunon will be awarded
committee for Israel Bonds, prais- l0 "c n gregations making out-
cd the work of Liebman and Rab-. standing efforts for the sale of
bi Skop. I Israel Bonds."
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Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz (center) listens attentively as Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop (left) and Seymour B. Liebman map final plans for the
High Holy Day appeals for State oi Israel Bonds at a Di Lido
hotel luncheon hosted by Ben Danbaum. Rabbi Hurwitz, of
Zamora Jewish Center, and Rabbi Skop, of Coral Gabl3s Jewish
Centert represent two of 16 local synagogues and iempls which
will sell Israel Bonds during the High Holy Days. Liebmjn is
chairman and Rabbi Skop rabbinical chairman ot tne committee
for sales.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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REALTOR
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rcater
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Greater Miami Ushers in Rosh Hashona special Memorial Service atrM
................,.......... sermon topics RW cheduled M r +* W \B
Continued from Page 2 A
idont of the Academy, discussing:
I-what Rosh Hashona Means to
retn Israel Nor.hside Center will nu.
n Friday evening at 6:48. Rab- Rabbi Tibor Stern and Beth Ja-
bi Abraham Herson "ill officiateL^ congregation will usher in the
and preach on the topie: "Co-Part- \,.u year with evening services
With the Divine." Cantor Al- priday at 6 Saturday morning sen
sermon topics an- scheduled
How Shall We Measure 11.
Rudolph Hull "'I' render ""'
musical portions ol th< liturg)
Evening services will be
on both days ol Rosh H
,,,. services will be in
dianVwill render the musical [^Treats, when Rabbi Stern will extension hallow the patioof the
tions of the litur B,ch on the topic "P ; 'h < '._
Saturday morning services com- \-Ui >,,,.... ,. .,, n ;0 I nittee and t lacuna
nee at 8. The Rabbi will discuss ha scheduled for 5:30 Second daj ciatinj -._,,:. -411 hold
Noble Objectives for the New Rosh Hashona will commence Beth I
"\ 1 .ir \t 6 30 p.m., evening sen
Will include a sermon entitled:
The Jew and Hi- Spiritual Struc
111 IV."
Dn Sunday morning, services
marking the second day ol Ro*h
commence al 8, w ith the
sermon sch duled as: The S
SSJTSl= -a -JE.-J
Following its traditional custom of visiting 1
the High Holy Day season for special Memoriail*' t*m*ki
cal Association of Greater Miami hat made r k*Vd
sented by its tntmben at the followinq four a^^T"*^ 11
Mount Nebo. Mount Sinai, Star of David and J"*'
In view of the^ fact that the Day of Aatone l*""- *
evening, and the second day of Rosh Hashona"fltti* ^^n* >
Sunday, the special service* will be held on Wed *"**>%
Rabbis will be in attendance from 2 tn 4 Dm"!*'''5*!
services. The special Memorial Service will be r j **#U
teries promptly at 3 p.m. ""duct^ J
i., \>i\, BI tol I 'Ui- ____
Sen 11 under
will incl
ol the '
scl ools 5! I and Pn I
turda.v
Kneseth Israel Congreq-i'ion
erve Roh Hashona 51 I I 1
!
at 7 :!ii Rab-
bi Jonah E Caplan will preach 1 n
t!n topic: Mi and the 1 nivi
1 ening si re at 6 30 & 11
on the second daj ol Rosh
Hashona commence al 7 30 a m
Blowing ol the Shofar is sched-
uled for 10 13 a m Rabbi (apian
will discuss: "Forgive Me For'
what"' Evening services will he
at 6:30. Cantor Abraham Self will
officiate and render the musical
portions of the liturgy at all sen
ices
Congregation Monticello Park
services begin Friday evening at
6:30. Saturday morning services
an at 8. Rabbi Isaac I.etcr will old
date and discuss: "Wonder of
Life (antor Mordechai Haalman
3.:;:: rMsr-'
irtions ol the liturg)
; da) "I Rosh Hasl
cheduled
p in .
p m.
Rosh Hashoi 0 will be 1
bul Nol Broken." Jack Be. :!, Is- sul
enl ol Tifei .. ? CCn ?,
ait
ol the N>w v
! 7
:
the

Junioi m will I
Hashona services in the
si hool (hapel both days al 11 15
., ni Ronald Kati member ol the
Israelite (enter facultj will offi
ciate.
At FlaglerGranada Jewish Com-
munity Center, services will begin
Friday at 7 p m Rabbi Leo Meim
has chosen as his topic A Happ)
New Year" Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 Subject of the
sermon will he "A New Year in
Another Year "
Mincha Is at 6 p.m followed by
Maanv at 7 30 Rabbi Heim will dis-
CUSS "Our Direct Channel to God "
Sunday services commence at 8 30
will render the musical portions ol Rabbi Heim will preach on the top-
ic: The Message ol the Shofar for
Our Da) 'antor Joseph Krissell
the liturg)
Sunday morning services are at
8 a in with Rabin I.erer preach
on the topic: "Reserve- I'ntap
ped Evening sen ices on both
of Rosh Hashona will be al
5:30.
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy with the choir under
the direction ol Mildred Draper
Junior services are both days iti
the chapel at 10 a m with Jeffre)
North Dade Jewish Center will Strumpl tin Lasko offici-
usher in Ro-h Hashona Fridav eve ating.
\i Beth Tfllah Conqregation,
pve
at 6:15. Firsl H
1 7 a in
Rabbi Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky of.
hing on the
. all of th< Mincha
u ,11 M) 1 m toll, we 1 bj
6 30 S( 1 i d da) ol Rosh
services will begin at 7
a ni.
Rabl R km. k) will preach on
the topic: Action A- a Result of
Prayer Mincha is at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Icon Kronish will officiate
at Rosh Hashona services of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Friday evening.
8 15 pm Subject of his sermon is
We I'rav A- We Build." Saturday
services commence at 9:45.
Rabbi Kronish will discuss
"What is This Return to Religion?"
(antor Samuel Kelemer will ren
der the musical portions of the
liturg)
On Sundav morning, second day
of Rosh Hashona. 9:45. the sermon
will he Is Israel Here to Stay''"
\s Temple Emanu-EI, services
will begin Friday evening. 6:45
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will offici-
ate during Saturday morning sent
1 es at 8:15, Subject ol his sermon
on the first day of Rosh Hashona
\ New YearA New Opportu-
nity."
(in the second dav of the New
8:15. with Rabbi H<
the lopii \
R -h Hashi na Mi at irda)
Neu will rew inusi-
M ith the
Mai
B 15 p m
ices 'i". S 1 rig com-
rmon
is scheduled as: "The Shofar is
Callii services will Ik>
at 8:15
-h Hashona servioes at the
Hebrew Academy will begin Friday
evening at 6 Saturday morning
services are at 8. I. Kerschner will
read at Shachris. with Rev Akiva
Roth reading Musaf. Rabbi Alexan-
Year. the Rabbi will discuss: "The
Rabbi Simon April will officiate Task Before Us." Cantor Philip
< ni Miami Hebrew School Rrummcr will render the musical
and Congregation. Fnda\ evening portions ol the lit;. |i 1 h\
8 p.m will usher in the choir under the direction of
Rosh Hashona Saturd i) Joseph Schreibman
1 8 Sub ibbi
April's sermon will l>.- The v,
ing ot I.,:
Second dav ol Rosh Hashona will
mence w ith sen ices at 8 a m
Subject ol the iermoti 1- 'The
Eternal Sti 1 Sounding ol the
shofar will be at 11 a m Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render the
musical portion- of the liturg) at
all services Evening services ,,n
of Mn-h Hashona 1
both day
6pm
Zamora Jewish Center will usher
in the High Holy Day- with sen
B)
services are at 6. at 7:45 am
Sunday services begin at 8 a.m.! Rabbi B I*on HuTWitl will offi-
with Seymour Spolter. honor stu- ciate on both days Theme of his
der Gross will preach on the topic: ices Friday evening at fi Saturda)
"The Year in Retrospect Evening and Sunday morning services are
Teet ene fur
oth days at 11 a m in the
Blue room ol the 1 itel Jun-
ior services are scheduled at the
synagogue both dayi at 11 am.
Beth Israel Congregation will
hold services Prida) evening at t;
Saturda) morning services are at H
Rabbi H Louis Rottman will offi
>nd preach on the topic
Splitting the Spiritual Atom
Mincha is at <} ,, m
Second da) ol Rosh Hashona,
Rabbi Rottman will discuss "The
Synagogue Sounding of the
Shofar will be at 11 am Rev Ber-
nard Saltzman will render the mus
ical portions (>f the liturgv
Two spiritual leaders will offi
at s( rviees of Temple Israel
ol Miami Friday evening services
are al 7 p.m and 9:15 p m. At both
!-. Rabbis Joseph R. Narol
Temple I 'ritual leader, and
Maurice I endrath. president of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will officiate
I; ibbi Narol will lead Rosh Ha
shorn in the Temple, with
Rabbi Fis, ndrath mg in the
new sanctuary Subject of Rabbi
Na rot's sermon is: "Remember
Your Humanity" On Saturd. iv
Rabbis Eiaendrath and Narot will
exchange pulpits Cantor Jacob
Bornstein will render the matcal
port nils of the liturgy. Services for
children will be held in the Tem-
ple Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Beth David Synagogue will usher
in Kosh Hashona Friday at 5:45.
Saturday morning services are at 8,
with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg offi-
ciating and preaching on the topic:
"The Mountain Tops." Cantor Levi
Halpern will render the musical
portions of the liturgy, with the
choir under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Donnerstag.
Semces the second day of Rosh
Hashona will commence at 8 a.m..
with Rabbi Rosenberg discussing:
"Patterns of Responsibility."
Sounding of the Shofar will be at
10:15 a.m. Evening services on
both days are at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will lead
West Miami Jewish Center in serv-
ices beginning Friday evening at
6 Saturday morning semces are
at 8 Subject of Rabbi Waxman's
sermon [| Remember as for Life
Services Sunday will also com-
mence at 8. with the sermon:
"Counting the Days of Man."
Junior services will be in the
education building on both days
and conducted by Morris Newmark.
Temple Sinai, of Hollywood, will
usher in the High Holy Days with
services Friday evening at 8:15
p m Services on the first and sec
ond davs will l>e Saturday and Sun-
day, commencing at 8:30. Rabbi
David Shapiro wffli
' V.-huriah He
* "-il ^k|
muelln-'-l
and l
Temple Beth Shol,.
Fro!
"'! Sunday m
At Temple Emn*i
'ale Rabbi 11**7
k'"1 "! 'ngrefutMsg
nee ol Bos)
mencing with services"!
Ding
Gueel Rabbi M j
officiate al Roth Hash
['<- l Hialeah-Miami
ish Center commencing J
ices Friday evening. 7ft
Subject of Rabbi Fr
mon will be: "GreelnTll
Year." Saturday morajjT
are at 8:45, with the rs*j
uled as: "From Genera*|
eration."
Evening services will ki
Sunday services will _
Rabbi's discussion' "Tbj]
a World-
Rabbi Sheldon EdwvaJ
preach on the topic TV I
Open" when Rosh Hubs]
ices at Beth Emetfi
commence Friday eveaat]
Cantor Ben Grossbern-
der the musical portions1
urgy. Saturday morniagr
will include the sernsq
Meaning of the Holiday."
On Sunday. Rabbi
discuss Tea Getn to I
Beth Raphael Con
usher in Rosh Hahou'
day vi nil lervkai
at (i 30 Saturda) mnrna|<
are at 8 Cantor Israeli
render the musical
liturgv Rabbi Ane
preach on the top: "Till
of Life Mincha \>
6 p.m.
Secor .1 I] if Mil
begin with services at ll
Rabbi Becker's sermon fcj
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In ft. Pierce
, at Tempi.' Beth El, Ft.
|l lake plan" r'rulay eve
according to an an-
nt tin- week.
oui- H Schechter will of-
will be BMMted by the
er ilie direction ol Earl
Saturday commence at
kchechter will discuss:
|r'h Crisis." Sunday serv-
at 9:30 a ni.
ties Women to Meet
. meeting of Bnai Brith
Lf Coral (.allies will be
lillcl House Tuesday eve-
f 20 Mrs Sol Happaport,
Leans chairman, will re-
de |un.I raising program
Ling year. Mrs. Sid Sie-
ep(irt on membership.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDfR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
>S ni:i:i:i v ON EN thai
( ,.,i ,i. siring i" engage '"
Bd.. thi fli tltloUS name '!
Shins i>f miami beach
N'STKIN FURS. In-
, name with the
j,, nil Court "l DUN
lUina RE1NSTBIM
TA1.IAN' IFF
,. \ pllcanta
1" T
circuit court of the
Fh juoicial circuit, in
oade county. flor-
fcHANCERY. No. 181.918
i'i ssi'im>N find
HREENSII >N, hli fe,
plaintiffs,
I WILSON, i'1-.
I ', nd.l '
E BY PUBLICATION
|tr M ^ ii>' 'N, ilngki
irrled,
-. -,. retlng
I th, HUtl '< Flor-
I |)l.....as, lust
uncl a i
|v \\ .; Street, Miami,
HEREBY NOTIFIED
ighl -.i ii ~ t
held by
I following to<
. n >H \>.
\ | ..: p., I I
nl .-. ilon I,
lU 10
I Plat thereof,
I ll<>ok ll. al Mil
I Records of I lade
i iMi the
ii II u '
in .in Intel i -.. .ni'!
.i copy ol
pleadings upon
I m UN, Attorney for
i iVcsi i- laglei Hi
bini.i. "ii m before the Ifth
> in.i file the
with the Clerk of
hi ..i before Mich
i -uii win i>e taken
,1 b) you
at Miami, Dade County,
his Tih da) of September,
i: R i.i: \iiii:it.MAN.
("In nil Com t
By M i' ISREEN,
Deputj Clerk
Nl iTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN th i
tin- mi,in .-.Ikii, 'I. desiring to enlace in
ii under the fli i itious n i
MIAMI RoSEI'MD. i
Sim '. Int< ml- I.. reglati r i
with the Clerk of thi ill Court >>r
I lade "-iiiii n i-1"'
NATALIE |.M Pfrjt
; :i0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
mill. id, fli titloua name ..i
N IMVIfl .' u.-alth iiuIMIiik. inn inIs t,, register
mum name with the Clerk of thi
cult Courl of Dade Count) Florida
NATHAN DAVIS, own.
DAVID DRLTKER
Attorney for Nathan Davii
-16-MTIO
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.s HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
hus'ness under the fictitious name ,,f
I'M'l'VS BAR, lit 4W s \v (2nd As.. .
Intends to rag later Maid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS J CHAONOT
KES8LER & CARS
AttorneyH for Applicant
17s2 \V. KI.ikI.t St.
11/26 9/2-9-16 _____________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 182753
CHARIiOTTK IRIS BUNIS, Plaintiff.
vs.
KoBKKT CK< >R<5E IICNIS.
I >ffendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT GEORGE BUNIS
c ., iris Drug Company,
Jewelry I >. |,ai tiii.-nt
Kalinoiith. Massachueetta
You bm hereby notified thai a nili
of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed against you, ami you arc required
. i\e a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t" tlic liill of Complaint ,,n
the plaintiff's Attorney, NORMAN II
GOLDSTEIN, I Lincoln eRoad Build-
ing, Miami it,.I, h. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk "f the Cli ill
on or before the Ird day of October,
If VOU fall tu do -". Judgment
by default trill be taken agalnsl you
for the relief demanded in tba Bill
of Complaint.
Thin notice shall he publlahed once
each Week for four consecutive
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I '\i: AND i IRDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins loth da) of August, A.D.
K. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, 'ii ill Court,
I lade < 'mint j. Fli
lt\ It II KICK. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Daput) Clerk
i :-!-!
LEGAL NOTICE
JL
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- inn|..i-isn, ,i. desiring to ngage In
inder the ii, titloua nan
HOME I I'RNITI'RE WAREHOUKE
Ith Btreet. Miami, I
with
pf the Circuit Courl ol Dade
' ounty, Floi i
. ____ \nm: i-.ykr. gota Owner
DA VI
-;. i i inne B
"l Congn iiuIMIiik. Miami. Florida
ie-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi reigned, ,1, -ii in- i
busini s... under the rtctitlotiH nan ol
DOCOLAS EQI'II'MENT COMPANY
ni"' in. i. al 2381 N \\ :.iili si., el
Miami. Florida, Inten.ls to roglnter
id iiam. \s ith the Clerk ,.r the
cull Court of Dade County, Florida
.1. luil'.ll.AS RAMSAY
GEORGE I TALIANOFIP
Attorney for Appli.ant
8/11 9/2-9-16
r\
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uicii-i-ikii.-,i. desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name ,,f
DELMONICO BEAUTY SALON, at
Delmonlco Hotel, UN '',.lliii- \venue,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis-
ter sahl name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of liaile County, Florida.
MILTON LAURENCE
Willow TERRACCIANO
TURK NEWMAN
Attorneys for Delmonlco Beauty Baton
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
S 26 9'2-9-16
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HERERY GIVEN that
itii',1. ,i. i Ins. to sngage In
r I hi ii. titimis name of
Rl.NTlNM SERVICE, St M
' ml" to reelKter
with I),, i-l.tk of the Cii -
ol i',i. i'.,iinn. Florida.
,, STANLEY 1' II.....:s
M BKIGEL
I .nt
BD
K UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Kin GIVEN that
{, ii titloua name of
I i tiik-ska, ai
1 i a Inti nd
r !, the Clerk of
i m,i> i Jount) .
MENT COMPANY
1
f>- R NKL.SON
'" \|.|li ,1,1s
I
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
is III-'I: I:l: V GIVEN that
T ,"'' o< drlng to enj
f,.,':'..! "' fictitious name of
IJM.\ VSIUM. at 1219 6th
Intends to register
I with he t-ierk of the Clr-
"' "I. County, Florida
I'.'.Wl.n w NELSON
sol. Owner
tr- R M.l.s, ,\-
} Applicant
ii.:'n,,|HI|';':i;Y Wwd desiring to engage In
1 '! ,m ''."""ious name of
L" iMH.i:,|Al. CO, mot
[ reglater saM name
n in I ,'"''1' Court of
">. Florida.
V tal,XnoWa,oui
I Banks
' 16
|m.\-(,Vm.'v"'':,lx "Hme ,,f
I'I n. v,AN '""'KI.S. .,
t" -i.',',,.s::'"""" *b
fcrMa. oult ol Dde
JF B" "d
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thu underslgnvd, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEAN HARPER, IMPORTS, at 1JH
Lincoln Ko.nl. Miami Ili-nnli. Kla In-
tends to reglater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ounty. Florida.
JEAN HARPER, INC
B) MARILYN BURKE, Prea
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
9.9-16-J3-3U____________________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35624 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
oscaK DELFIN, also known as
SHAYA DBLFIN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Sail
Estate: .
You. and each of you an- hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demanda which you. or
either of you, majfl have against the
estate of OSCAR I'KLCIN. a/k a
SHAYA DBLFIN, deceased late or
i ia,i. County, Florida, t" th.- Honor-
able County Judges of Dade < ounty.
and file the same in their offices m
the Count) Oourtbouae i" Dad.....un-
t>. Florida, within ebjhl calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claim-
demands to contain the legal address
of th.- claimant and to !> sworn to
.,ii,i presented as aforesaid, oi -am,-
will be haired s.c Section 183 M of
the km.", Probate Act
Date August .11. A.D, ISM
HERBERT H SHAPIRO
ROBERT I. ACHOR
\. Admlnlstratora of the
Estate of OSCAR M.LI-IN
., k a SHAY V DELFIN
Deci i 'i
SHAPIIto and l-'KIKI'
Attorneys for Admlnutratora
42.. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
S/9-16-23-30 ___________________
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA T
TO ALL in WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS .-MALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereas, Moititis LANSBL'RGH,
Miami, Urn Ida. A A. KAKL1N, Mi, mi
Beach, Florida, DANIEL LIFTER,
Miami Beach, Florida, did on the 27th
day ,.f Ma> .am is If gui. to be ln-
ii, ,1 under the provisions of
Chapter >'"*. Florida Statutes, VAN-
DERBILT HOTEL CORPORATION, a
corporation, with principal place
,.f i.i; on .it Miami Beach, Dade
Vtunt) in the State of Floi la i. ..
whereas the proper officers i,f such
lid oil the >ih da) ,,l
September, A.D ., bi filed
In the office of the Secretary of State
of the si.ii, ,.f Florida, a duly authen-
ticated resolution adopted by the
stockholders under thi pro. ;-i,,., ,,f
.. .i Chapt. 80S, Florida Statutes,
ne the dissolution ol aui h coi
ion.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hei bj eertlf) to i he
i that the
requirements of law have been com-
plied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
1 i. ni., set inv hand and hat of-
fixed the Great Seal of the Bti
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital.
tin- the Eighth da) of September,
A.D. i
R. A CKAY
Seel etai v ,,f State
ALBERT M LEHRMAN
801 Lincoln Koad
Miami Beach, Florida
' II .,:,________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
MARIA NEGLIA ENTERPRISES, ai
346 Boybold Hldg.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARIA NEGLIA, Sole Owner
BERNARD B. WEK8LER
Attorney for Applicant
346 Seybold Hldg.
v II l :'-!i-i6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nine f
THE HOME OF Havana < WARS,
at 1136 Lincoln Road, Miami L-.n In
Florida. Intend 1" r.-gist.r said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
county. no.idaY pQj;LAK
8/18 9/2-9-16
DORIS I'OLLAK
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to-engage n
business under the fictitious name of
CHARLIES TOMATO HOUSE, a
2110 N.W. 13th Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade I ounty.
nr'a" RAZIANO MACRO. Individual
KURT WKI.LIS.H
Attorney for Applicant
8/16 9/2-9-16 __J________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t-> engage In
business under the fictitious nanieor
1NDCSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGICA L
SERVICES OF THE SOI THi at 310
Coral Way, Intend to register sain
name with the Clerk of the < Ircult
Court of Dade County. H"
TF.D A1DMAN
CIIARLKM BTKNOER
WALTMAN COHEN
Attorneys for Applicants
1101-04 Congress Bldg.
9/S-9-16SS
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage n
bualneaa under the fictitious mine of
MIAMI-FLORIDA FASHION COUN-
en., at in N.E Ird Avenue. Miami.
Kla.. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
l>a,ie County, Florida
MIAMI FASHION COI NCIL
A Florida non-profit Corp.
SHAPIRO .v FRIED
Attoi neys foi Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage i"
bualneaa undei the flctltloua nam.....
I ii.\l ART, al 926 N, Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends t., rei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl "f [lade County, Florida
TELEVISION FILM-ART SERVICE,
INC a I l',i il.....' i".ratl"ii.
S,|,. i iwner ,___
PXI.UiT. SILVER ^ MULL01
Tin Congreaa ltidg.. Miami. Fla.
Attorneya for Televlslog Film-Art
s, \ i. e, Inc.
9/16-23-30 10/7 ____^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
STAK co.vTEl' FABRICS COM-
PANY at 209 N.W. Ith St.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
"'"UU- WALTER 8CIIAFFER
9/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. A 18947
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
LK.N'MAItK CORPORATION, holder
of Count) T;,.\ Certificate No, 18.12,
I th, 29th day of June, A, I 1953,
ii n .1 fi'-o. and Ii.
i. .-.i t be
i hen...... Kald C.....Icati
the following di i lb, d |
erty in the Count) ol I lade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 18, Bio, k i. Barllngton Heights,
Plat Book lu. Page 81, In the Coun-
t\ of imiIi. Btati ,i Florida.
'II HI of said pro|
nude, ... id certiflcat, wa In the
"f MAl'DE \ KRINGLE
i ni. si said : if:, .lie shall be I
ding to law, the prop-
ciu described herein will l sold te
tin high< si I.id.I. i at the Courl H
n the flrsl Monda) In the month
'' tobi i. 1935, whi, ii is the Ird da)
,,f 11< i,,i i. i .
i '.,t, d this 14th daj "f Aui
K B, LEATHERMAN,
" Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade ( '..lino Floi Ida
By N, .'. STERRETT,
"'ii. uit Courl s, al) Deputy Clerk
8/26 9/2-9-16 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GARDNAR MULLOY CO Ml OA
CLEANINO, it 2922 'oral Way, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk oi the Circuit Courl ,f Dade
County, Floi ida.
BERNARD ROSENBLUM
MORTON M. BEIGEL
Attorne) f"i Applicant
904 Mscayne Building
8/26 9/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
inder tin- fictitious nan
Ml, iMA'I'li MAS al 13090 N A
;ih .\\. n i. M.ami 50, and l50 N E
Ivea Dalr] Road, i >ad C igni
lend \\ ii ii i
rierh ol lh< circuit Com t .,t i '
i until \. Florida
MAS SERVICE VI RPt 'R.V
A Florida Corp
MYERS, HEIM tN I KAPLAN
Alt"in. v I. i Applli nl
650 Keybold Bldg
16 .' : j(l l" 7
* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tba undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITOL DISTRIBUTORS, LTD., al
1167 N.W. 22nd street, Miami. Florida,
Intends I,, register said name with Mo-
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
WINK CORP OF FLORIDA.
a i loi Ida corpoi ation,
sole owner
ARl iNOVITZ, ARONOVITZ
,v CA1DIN
Attorneys for Wine Corp. of Florida
I 16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to
business under the fictitious nam, :
SAMS TEXACO SERVICE six-
th IN, ai 501 Alton Road, Mian i
Beai ii. intends to
with the i'i. rk "i the "Ircnll Ci ui t
,>f I lade County, 1 '! irldn.
s\M i.i IGI'NOW, Sole Owner
DAVID M GONSHAK
Ai toi ii. -. for Appll, ant
7n| Bisca i ne Bldg.
9/2-9-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t-, engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.f
ART MAYER I'lloro STUDIOS, al
215 30th Street, Miami Beach, in-
tends to reglStei said name with the
ci. i k of th.- i 'ii, uit Co nt of Dade
County, Florida.
art NAYER, Bole Owner
DAVID M GONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
7(M Blscayne Hldg.
:i 1-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
CAMPUS CORNER, at -''"' West
Flagler Stu-et, intenil to register said
name with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court of Dade. County, Florida.
^ WILLIAM BROWN
HELEN H. BltoWN
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney ioi Applicants
1511 West Hagler St.
8/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDEIt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin fictitious name of
DAVY JONES SEAFOOD RESTAl -
rant, al 1MB Bunsel Drive, Coral
Cables. Intends to register said name
with tin- Clerk of the circuit Courl
"f "'"' ,"l"">' "s'ImoN RODIN
|/M 9/2-9-16
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN
i in undersigned desiring to engage" In
tltlou 'i
DAIHY'H ORIGINALS OF MIAMI
ORVIETO CREATIONS, al II S
treet, Miami Intenda to
i ,1 name wit Ii Ihc < '1,-rk of the '
cult Courl of Dade County, Florida
DAISY'S ORIGINALS, I
A Fla Corp
MYERS, HEIMAN a- KAPLAN
. i.old Bldg.
Att. >i in' s |,,r A ppli, a nt -
Hi 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring t< pngage In
- undei the fictitious nam.
hIMPSON'S AUTO BALES, ai BOH E
Okeechobee Road, Hlaleah, intenda to
reglater saM name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERT SIMPSON
HENRY I'.ILD
IRVING si'lll I.MAN
I Lincoln Road
Attorneya for Applicants
9/16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182836.
I'.KKI II A V KISSM \N AND
MAX WEISSMAN, Plaintiffs
\.-.
AMELIA I" IDDRIDOE. RICH \ R I
HOUBEWORTH, BENJAMIN IKiDD-
RIIMIE, MAXINE M'H'Ki:. THOMAS
GUTHRIB, ki:lsii-: RA.ME.
TIlo.MAS A ANNA LEMMoNH,
MLS \1 \MII-: HPAHR, I MM.if:
MICHAEL. VGNEH IMIDDR1IKJE
THBLMA MAYBERRV. MRS 1. L.
BEELER, HAZEL w I i:ks. i:t
l ,.
, 'bovi defi danl and theli
know n hi legatee
ui,inte. .. .,nd an persoi
h.,\ ing an) and all pel
i.iiin n ight. title or Inl
',. the lands In r, Inaft. I
- i bed -,' .,,,'. in I 'ad,- i 'oiiiil I -
Ida, to ii
Lot 18 Block Di of Hlaleah IJth
Addlt On, aCI Hiding '., t lie
thereof, recorded In I'lat Book N
127, of the Public Record
nt) F'i"' i la
All of Who known -,r
11, y.,.i ., re notll
h.,- been brought agalnsl you by B. -
Mia and Ma\ W'.is-m., n t,, qulel title
to the above described property. You
are ordered to serve copy ol
answer to the complaint In said
on the plaintiffs attorney, Hoi
Wai ii n. IS41 Flamingo Wa) Hla
Florida, and file the original th< '
in the offiee of the Clerk of the
cult Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida, mi or I..lore the
Inth dav of ",t 1958, o M'.ei wise the
ions of -aid complaint will he
taken as onfeaaad b) you.
Done and ordered at Miami. I'i
County, Florida, this 2nd day of S.;,'
E. K LEATHERMAN
Clei k of tlge in uit Co rt
By WM, u STOCKINQ
(Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Cleric
: ''-Hi-22-30
A fire demolishes
your home
r ____ "^
Does your iniuronct cov.
[ er the rental expenies
incurred while your
hem* it being rebuilt?
for lite ewwer se fhii, or
emy esner suwenn goeifsen
Arthur M. Kahn
Richard L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
PHONE
9-7555
KAHN & ALPERT
Insurance Agency
998 S.W. First Street
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extending
<^5cason s \^jreetincji
ana ^[jfcst (AJisnes
for a roits
NEW YEAR
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1955
5716


iHASHONA 5716:
{JEWRY'S TABLEAU
MIAMI. FLORIDA
^vHslb-IEIIiOiciidlilayn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1955
SECTION B
LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
UNFOLD THEIR PROBLEMS
liami Jewry's Teamwork In 5716
EE TIN G S
)OC" SPAULDING
fILDCAT
IARMACY
|S. W. 8th Street
Iption Pharmacists
Hone MO 1-4550
| 11 r I N G s
kinnings, Tools and Dies,
lift Products, Arc and
etylene Welding
rAL INDUSTRIES
N.W. 1st AVENUE
I. K. lacinak
Phone 9-7027
eering Development
rimentol Production
/ISHES FOR
BW YEAR
I. & M.
UIPMENT
OM P A N Y
[N. Miami Avenut
PHONE 3-4872
H YIAR
Irles m. ewing
ilMBING I HEATING
CONTRACTOR
JOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 20251
I I r i n c $
fid Phone 3-2624
rfe C. High
|* I l BONDS
NW. 1st AVENUE
**presenfafiVe:
pna Casualty Ins. Ce.
|s for a Most Happy
Dsperous New Year
Many Friends and
Ranees
tt and BOB
BERNSTEIN
TEAR TO ALL
t'VDS AND PATROL
COLLINS AVENUE
UAMl BEACH
' 6 4630 UN 6-5919
A community in action meets on Miami and religious needs through the Combined
Beach during the past Hebrew Year 5715 Jewish Appeal,
to plan its philanthropic, social, cultural
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY GREETS THE NEW YEAR WITH CALM DETERMINATION
THAT WHAT IT HAS ATT ASHED THUSFAR IS BUT A HINT OF FUTURE ACHIEVEMENT
By STANLEY C. MYERS
President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Ask ten persons to name the most significant
world events of the past 12 months. I am quite
sure that nine of them will mention the devolp-
ment and use of the Salk Vaccine and the recent-
ly held Summit
Conference in
Geneva.
The Salk Vac-
:ine marked not
>nly the promise
if freedom from
me of the most
Ireaded sources,
nt also save
lew testimony to
.he almost mira-
culous progress
made hy medical
cience in the
last generation.
It brought new
hope of ultimate
freedom from the
shackles of sick-
ness.
The Confer-
ence on the
Sum mit, with
all its imperfec-
tions, with all of its unaccomplished tasks, and
with all the reservations which we must have with
respect to the intent of those who profess to be
our friends, nevertheless marked another impor-
tant forward step in the universal desire for peace
and freedom from the fear of war, destruction, and
pestilence.
Both of these events have made of 1954-55 a
year of significance and a year of promise.
But what have these events to do with our own
communityespecially with our Greater Miami
Jewish Federation? What significance have they
with respect to our own problems and aspira-
tions?
It is my conviction that the forces that were at
work in the realization of these historic events
were the same that are at work in our own com-
munity life, and that the principles which apply
to them are the same which motivate and move our
own problems and actions.
Isnt it true that neither of these significant ad
vances in mankind's struggle for a better world
Stanley C. Myers
would have been possible without the ability of
men of diverse interests and ideologies to sit down
together to probe at the sources of friction which
endanger the weal of humanity? Wasn't it Dr.
Salk who had stated that his achievement could
not have been possible without the contribution of
countless scientists from all over the world who
contributed their knowledge, and who shared the
advances they had made so that these could be
built up to the one significant discovery? Respect
for one another, research, careful planning, recog-
nition of community of interest, patience for each
other frailties, keeping the objective of humanity's
good uppermostthese are the principles which
underline all progress in human relations.
These are the principles which will determine
whether we advance or notnot only on world
wide frontiers, but also in our back yard and in
our own communities and they are the hum
whether in the dealing of individual with individ-
ual, group with group, within our community, in
our national life, or in international relationships.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, when in
its blue print stage some 18 years ago, was envis-
ioned as the instrument to be used in applying
these principles of human relations to the growth
and development of our community.
Year by year, our Federation has received in-
creased recognition and acceptance by the com-
munity as its instrument for over-all community
planning in the field of health, welfare, recrea-
tion and education, and for raising the neces-
sary funds to support our local agencies, the UJA,
and the many national and overseas causes which
have become the responsibility of the total Jew-
ish community. This has come about because men
and women in our community have been able to
sit down together to plan and to act for the com-
mon welfare.
That there has been an increasing acceptance of
the Federation as the central Jewish communal
agency can be also considered a tribute to the
skill, devotion and leadership of the professionals,
the executives of our agencies and their staffs, who
have become a part of the Federation family and
who carried forward into reality the wishes, the
dreams, the plans of a growing community. And
as our community grows and new problems arise,
it is important that Federation be alert to these and
maintain step wih the growing needs of the com-
munity.
The contours of our community are changing
Continued on Page 7 B
A Happy NcW Year To All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
(teal Estate Appraiser and Consultant
235 Lincoln Road
Miami Baach, Fla.
Phone 53-6745
BLANCHE & SH)
! LEWIS
Extend New Year Greef/nqs fo Ihtir
many friends and thank them for a
most successful season at
Duncraggan Inn
Kendorsonville, N. C.
GREETINGS
Kurland
Apart tmmmtm
Cus and Molly Kurland
1622 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach
Happy Holiday To All
Williams Optical
Dispensary
Complete Eye Glass Servica
1213 N.W. 3rd AVENUE

DICK MEYER
STANDARD STATION
(Formerly at 27th I Trail)
BACK WITH COOO fKISNDLY MrfK),
TIRIS and LVSKKATION
at
3200 S.W. 8th STtEET
PHONE HI 6-9393
GROSSINGER'S
6R0SSINGER, N.Y.


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9-Jmlstntrkftoti
FRIDAY

X
Florida National Bank
at CORAL GABLES
169 Miracle Mile, Colonnade Building
MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Head Nurse M. B. Hennesy assists a pa-
tient at Mount Sinai Hospital as he pre-
pares to say his morning prevail
Private Parking in Rear of Bank
Outlook for the New Si
inai
TO ALL GREETINGS
FRED ARNOLD
GENERAL BUILDING COMPANY
CONTRACTORS
1036 THIRD STREET MIAMI BEACH
NEW TEAR CREETINCS TO Mi
DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING SERVICE
Spcializing in Hand laundry Special 24-Hour Service
1154 NORMANDY DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE UN 6 5975
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
of Brooklyn. N.Y.
LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Miami Beach Office: 655 Collins Avenue
DIAL j{ 88353
By MAX OROVITZ
President, Mount Sinai Hospital
In borrowini I paisagfl from liencM-. perhaps I
tike Libert] with the original text as I recall that
"in the Beginning, the I.ord took six days to create
the Baitll and on the Sevcth day He rested." For
some reason the
Biblical quota-
tion crosses my
mind as I reflect
on the creation
and growth of
Mount Sinai
Hospital d u ring
Ha near!] -con-
cluded six years
and wonder if we
can rest as the
seventh year ap
proaches
A- we prepare
to celebrate year
5.716 of our glor-
ious Jewish Ma
i o r >. it lesma
hardlj credible
that only a half-
dozen yean have
transpired since
Mount Binai'a
hoard ot trustees
ha/arded the herculean task of converting an ar-
Mox Orovifi
chaic hotel building into a geaaa]
the alleviation of suffering and I
of the local citizenry
Many a scoffer in September, lttj
board for accepting so difficult a(
"It cant be done." was the
those who failed to consider tat i
courage of a dozen or so men uif
vision.
We can be justly proud at thisusei
menal record of acoomplishmmwtaj
thousands upon thousands of resM
who entered Mount Sinai in pas I
whole in body and mind. For this i
ing. I shall devote later paragraph^
dedication and devotion achieved i
should like the privilege of anilrnail
lems while projecting the future i
pital.
I deliberately refrain from
the statistical growth of Mount Si
report and information imparted I
pers and other media have appnsedl
of our ever-increasing patient load.r
opment. added number of PWD''*
ment of new departments, our m\
and resident training program-. 1
and part-pay sen led and oth<
ities performed.
Despite the admirable record *
our first six years, it would apptf'
Continued on ?**
Mr. and Mrs. Saul" Konholz
and FAMILY
lift**' Best Wishes Ta The eafirt Jewish CammaaEity
Ut A Vtrr Nappy N*w Year
A HAW AMD PROSPEROUS NEW YEA*
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
TO All GREETINGS
Permanent Waving
Hair Calarimj
Il## Sl/We Iff
DOWNTOWN
134 N. Miami Aa., Mi. M43
UTTIE RIVER
242 N.E. 7Vth St., n. 14.5,4,
CORAL CARLES
**'a Miracle Mila, Ph. HI 4-2374
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SEACOMBER SURFCOMBER
On the Ocean at 17th Straet
MIAM BEACH
Phone*
58-5321
MODERN AWNING SHUTTERS
All Aluminum Fiberglass
5701 N.W. 35th COURT
MIAMI
Miana A4-2U3
T AU SEASONS REST
WISHES
L"<9u l*V-l\oi |.|w
nvmni, Salon
5M ME. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Dr. Edward J. MirmekU Owner
IN A HUBBY CALL
KIMBALL MURRAY
THE LUXUBY DBY CLEANS
57W N.VV. 2nd Avenue **
AMEBICAN LAUNDBY
6220 N.W. 2nd Avenua


rEMBER 16.1955
JewlstifhricUan
PAGE 3B
Name for Determined JFS
MRS LEO ACKERMAN,
,'ident, Jewish Family Service
fcnuly Service exists to serve you. to
[people of our community. Problems of
lionship, perplexity in the raising of
lings of personal unhappiness, the
new adjustments in old agethese
non problems of our day, to be found
I in every eco-
i
\t Acktrman
l.iomic group.
I Jewish F a m ily
[Service has set
lup the programs,
[the ways of help-
|ng, that can en-
jible you, your
(relatives and
your friends to
deal more effec-
tively with these
I common, every-
Iday problems of
I living.
Out of fifty
years of social
agency e x peri-
ence in helping
families and in-
dividuals, learn-
ing the lessons
[that psychoana-
lysis and dyna-
mic psychology
I have taught,
there has devel-
oped the impor-
profession known as social casework,
hderstand the human personality, how
|ng grows and develops, how to solve
lhal peP'p "ave in relationship with
[the social caseworker stands ready to
in the community. It is this kind of
(d. sensitive, confidential, professional
I Jewish Family Service offers you.
ler it to be one of our more serious
ems. and one that larger financial
Be agency will not itself directly solve,
are of this service is so little under-
know many people who are in desper-
Ihelp and refuse to avail themselves of
pr major concern for next year and for
to come.
eeded is the development of a general
jabout the desirability of getting pro-
lip when it is needed. A common at-
fel> with too many people that it is pre-
lail in their life relationships than to
I hi perplexity in the process of
t lally, such a readiness to fail is,
I. tin vr.iknesv Consequently.
r broken marriages, too many
unloved and rejected) old folks de-
- lost purpose, people are
depressed We are all aware of the
I in mental illness, the large num-
I the increase in juvenile delin-
|thi extent that we can. we will influ-
nmunity to want a healthier and hap-
living To the extent that we can, we
le families who come to us to prevent
|ch problems. This is the obligation and
Jewish Family Service.
nins year, we know that there will be
of this help. In the first half of 1955.
Work service to more than 200 fam-
ilies each month. A year from now. that number
will be about 230. A new area of service created
this year, the care of children that need to be
removed from their own homes, is just bem# an
nounced and developed. We know from our observ-
ations of the experience of other Jewish communi
ties that there arc at leant 70 or 80 children not
now known to Miami social agencies whose secur-
ity and healthy development would require the use
of child placement procedures. As there is in-
creased awareness of the help that is available, it
is hoped that the needs of many of these children
will come to light; their families will choose help
rather than continued neglect of these children's
needs.
As children needing adoption come to the agen-
cy, adoption placements will be made. The effec-
tiveness, however, of how an agency like this can
serve the child needing an adoptive home depends
flatly upon community understanding of the im-
portance of the social agency in guarding the
rights of the child, natural parents, and adoptive
parents. Together with other adoption agencies in
Miami, we will endeavor to bring about that under-
standing and to win the cooperation of the other
professions.
In another important way, this service to chil-
dren is dependent upon the good will, the sense of
personal and social responsibility of the people of
our community. The care of children who need to
be placed away from home requires that foster
homes be participants in the helping team. We are
now appealing to the Jewish families of Greater
Miami to become foster families. We need our emo-
tionally mature neighbors, people able to extend to
children their love for them, to open their homes
to these children who need them.
A very important new service that will come to
mean much for many young people, and many
adults as well, is our vocational counseling and
guidance program. Our Vocational Service Depart-
ment is already giving help to about 180 persons a
month in the field of job placement. By this Fall,
through the combined use of counseling and ap-
propriate test procedures, we will be helping a
number of teen-agers to choose more effectively
in determining their future careers. With the co-
operation of other community agencies, we will be
making a beginning in the field of group guidance,
Continued on Pago 15 B
Vocational shop is part of JFS complex
local programs. ^______________________
I...
p Happy New Yoar
THOMAS SASSO
YOUR NORTH MIAMI MAYOR
"oiisAr cinriNcs
"ItlMOPHl ic MOTORS
Your Plymouth mni Oeiero DoaJor
2" AVENUE
|>>wood Mattrem (mpanv
SUltT
TO ALL .
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Patrick Crook
The Latest ia Business
Machines
1850 N.W. 36th STREET
PHONE 654234
Hebrew National
Restaurant &
Delicatessen
1437 Washington Ave.
"The Best in Kosher Food"
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the ;+
WALDMAN FAMILY
Waldman Hotels
iff
CROWN- Miami Beach
VKTOR-Miami Beach
MURIDA-long Beach, New York
GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER LYDEN
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phones 83-0589 HI 6-6417 1300 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA

^wwwwwwv,
Happy Holiday Greetings from George E. Fox
and the Entire Staff of
POOL CABANA CLUB
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
A FULL BLOCK ON THE OCEAN 32nd to 33rd STS.
MIAMI BEACH

wvww
DUDLEY CAWTHON, INC.
Air Conditioned
Hill Refrigerators and
Puffer-Habbard Reach-Ins
Bulman Steel Shelving
Biro Power Saws
24-HOUR SERVICE
STORE PLANNING ENGINllRS
Sales Service
Market Fixtures
'
1034 N.W. 22nd St.
Ph. 82-1671
A Happy
New Year
y
Dubrow's Lincoln
Cafeterias
330 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach Brooklyn. N. Y.


PAGE 4 B
9-lewlsl>ncrkfiar
FRIDAY,
STILL MORE
REE PAWING
for our Cu.tom."
.TO MAKE YOUR
VISITS STILL
MORE EFFORTLESS
AND
CONVENIENT
LITTLE RIVER BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
8017 N.E. SECOND AVENUE
v
l[l|[| ffDflAl DEPOSIT MSUMMl COIfOHIIOI
GREETINGS
miaki A mi tki-:
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
2825 N.W. 2nd Ave. Phone PL 9-2021
GREETINGS Heb Yourself to Beauty! Ph. PL 7-7977
IKWI.VS IIIAITV SALON
:52 N.E. 125th Street North Miami. Florida
OPALKSCEXT BKA1TY SHOP
C812 S.W. 8th Street Miami. Florida
ALL GREETINGS ROYALTON HOTEL
131 S.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Phone 2-3191
132 E. RlTZ HOTEL Flagler Robt. Brecht. Mgr.
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1034 duPont Building Phone 2-4033

i
CITY ICE
FOR EVERY COOLING NEED
plus the Finest in Air Conditioning Refrigeration
Portable Beverage Coolers Ice Refrigerators
Produce Display Casts Water Coolers
fish and Poultry Display Cases
24 HOUR SERV| E
* BLOCKS CUBES
a/so Hollywood and ft. Laaderdale
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
FLORIIA DIVISION
637 N.W. 13th ST., MIAMI
Phone 3-2191

Mrs. Milton Sirkim
The Center's V
By MRS. MILTON SIRKIN, President
Gr.*tr Mi.mi J.with Community Center
\. the racogniMd arm ..f the Jewish community
Of Dad, n.unty in the field of organised recrea
on an.l torture lime activities. ih<" C.reater Miami
jewmh Comawnit) Center faces the coming year
With full waieneai of UM challenge- that lie ahead.
While we ..re prou.l of the steady and significant
advances thai w have made In he service of our
mmunity, we
are al>o very
much concerned
with the difficul-
ties presented by
the rapid popula-
tion growth in
Dad* (ount>
This rapid
growth ha- lar
rut-I ripped the
readme-- ol the
mmuiUty to fi-
nance the urgent
needs for plan-
ned recrea'. .on il
e r ? t c es for
young and old.
What are the
major needs
which have come
to the fore and
which require
the attention and
support of Organ-
Jewish life in the coming months and years?
Neighborhoods art springing up overnight in
new locations with no organized community life ex-
isting except what the newcomers can begin to do
(or themselves From Homestead to Hallandale.
we have been receiving steady stream of re-
quests for an extension of our services to help in
the adjustment process of the new settlers. Keep-
in;; up with this phenomenal pace of suburban ex-
pansion presents I serious challenge to the entire
community This spreading-out process has already
ted i situation Where our present building fa-
cilities are inadequate both in si/e and location.
In Miami we operate a building at 450 SW 16th
ve and a leisure time program at an affiliate
building, the Flagler Granada Jewish Community
< enter, 80 \w Slat pi. We have bean attempting
to cope with the problems of geographical expan-
sion to some extent by providing limited service in
certain outlying areas on a cooperative basin with
various synagogue
In the instance of the Miami Beach community,
there has been increasing pressure from parents
from the North Shore for service to their children
who live too tar away from our present facility on
the Reach at 153fi Bey Road In order to meet this
problem, at least on a temporary basis, we may
to resort to the organization of group activi-
ties in homes m the North Shore area for the corn-
ear
Each summer, requests have been coming in
with mounting urgency for an away from home
amp (or children This a one of the few large
metropolitan areas thai does HOI have | resident
camp. ( enter- throughout the country are finding
that overnight camping is no longer limited to chil-
dren but can be used (or family outings, teen-age
;""i dnuU weekends, and even Golden Age
activities in our climate, camping can be put on a
year-round basis and can provide great enrichment
to our living patterns
aned Pro9raj
In the conduct of our day
grams involving svurnming j "f^otU
had to rely upon .he rentin,^'^
itics. which is becoming mored!,***
1-eople find hard to under^fr?
local development of ^mming^*
vote and public use. ,hl. *mS**h
e operating swimmin.p^^-H
ises.
W1A the ever-increasing number of J
in our county, the pn.vMon of *
time services to senior citzens is hem !
1cm of major proportio,,. If adduS^t
available, a much more significantservLl
provided to this Golden \-:poPul4JVj
organized recreation represents no. JJi
of passing time, but actuallj j way 0[
life. Additional sUfl u0 do a^
intensive job with our unmarried
groups.
Now that we have Stated OUT|N
ations. what kind of pro-ram haven*3
ducking and will we continue to conduct fr
coming year''
GMJCC will continue to present a
program that will haw ., combhubeagl
that we believe to be our unique comria
community- life:
1. A leisure time
member of the
through Golden Age.
2. Emphasis on small group activity, ini
dividuals of any age have maximum
nity for democratic participation,
expression and personal recognition.
3. A staff of professionally trained
most of whom have Masters Degreed
group work or education Assignmntn
petent group leaders and instructon gf
Continued on Pgt 14 B
activity program It)
family from nursetj|
\
Youngatera take part in a program I
to encourage their creative
matic activity.
* V. Galarili
44 inCArMt BUIIMNC
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*r. out1 mrs. loots Zokorin
*+** iMfOBss] U ail
A* ,fc*, ^ fags*,*,
MIAMI VOGUE MFC. INC
N.W. 24th STIUT
A HAW wiw m*
0
from
Moore Pipe & Sprinkler Co.
3240 N.W. 27rh A
64-i
SONXTATS FLAMM&
KOSHBM MESTAi'MAJy
WISHES YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
gift* B* I
and a
ttrcfl rax rasp
743 WASNMtCTON AVMgg
SarvJag Km ftmmt reed of
CATERING KM All OCCASION*
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gFPTEMBEH 16, 1955
*J**lstn*risil~
e Problems of the Aged
PAGE 5 B
Abe Kurmon
By ABE KURMAN
President. Jtwish Home for th Aged
ewfsh Floridian has given us the opportu-
Ffhi' pasl l" describe the Home's needs a^nd
fe. its programs and policies, its growth and
and its hopes and goals as the commu-
fency serving Jewish senior citizens needing
tonal care.
lelibci.i''
|o 'uc-h a
Mion for
sh Hasho-
jmpera-
feel, to
the ap-
(aiiil scope
presents-
thai the
comniu-
its lead-
to a y be-
lore fully
rit ol the
| the mag-
and the
pities of
blem- ol
which
of
concern
liy
thl- lie
. the words of Ollie Randall, president of
erkan (icrontological Society, "the needs
citizens have become a major concern in
immunities and any community is courting
if it does not come to grips with this
j this also because the Home can plan its
irowth and development, in the best inter-
the community and those whom it should
Inly as part of a total Jewish community
suiting from a close and continuous team
Ipniach by Federation, Mt. Sinai, JFS, GM
buncil of Jewish Women, Bureau of Jew
(cation, the Home and other community
|wc do this because in the last analysis
oblems are so vast that their solution de-
primary role by every level of govern-
ed governmental action, whether local,
[federal, will depend in large measure upon
ss roots intelligence, understanding, plari-
Dd pioneering action of voluntary groups
[Federation and its agencies.
if not all. are faced with these tragic, and
overwhelming, problems in their own or
' home- Neither the wealthy, nor the mid-
i. nor the underprivileged are immune from
fet. there seems to be little awareness of
for an organized, planned community ef-
ivoil the disaster which Miss Randall states
tourting
at there may be no doubt regarding the
| nd immediacy of the need for com-
th it each individual and or-
"" w to exert sJCorta toward thv
>t o! th:- ;iim through our central
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
shall in this article facts and i:
I -, will help clarify the net
'" try ol Ihe problem we all face.
|Tibbit i hairman of the Committee on A :
the I S. Department oi
Health. Education and Welfare, has been a nation-
ally recognized authority ln ths field Ior many
I ?' I! 3" art,tl "' ,lle "1H54 ***> WoA;e.
book, be wrolc: Studenu ^ ,bCiBito-ioB
Uwt human a,ng fe 9ttmgiBg m olle ( ,ho {
most problems of the century "
stuH^H3 rTn,'y CmpIclPd an exhaustive
study n{ ils a d |K m ^^ conc
have been published in volume called "Our
Tern w [A/'i""rnia StU* "' a Na,i' Prob-
tear Prof. Ldwm E. Wi.te. of the Unversdy of
U isconsm and executive director of the fir-, Presi-
dent s commiss: E: )mic Sccur.
in the introduction to that volume that "The aired
are now increasing at the rate of about 1,000 per
day-more than 2.5 per cent annually-asd this rate
of growth promises to continue for man] years to
come. The resulting problems are embar'rassing in
their number and complexity. They pose a whole
series of .ssues-social, economic, psychological
whth^Kieast- poli,ical Thp-v involve adjustments
which the individual must make to declining
health, retirement from work, and the attitudes
generally to the growing number of older people
in Us midst. Aging produces problems for the
elderfy individual himself, for his family and
friends for employers and unions, for the church
and school, and. no less importantly, for govern
ment."
In 1951. the University of Florida called together
a large group of economists, sociologists, psycholog-
ists, physicians, social workers and biologists in
the first annual Southern Conference on Geron-
tology. Its proceedings are reported in Problems
of Americas Aging Population." In the section on
Psychological Aspects of Aging, Prof. Wilma T
Donahue, Institute of Human Adjustment. Univer-
sity of Michigan, describes the tragic dilemma in
which the senior citizen finds himself.
The average older person of today, living in our
dynamic culture." she writes, "is faced with a need
to make adjustments in every sphere of his life.
Present social patterns provide neither for the
maintenance of personal status nor for a consistent
program of living in the later years. The aging in-
dividual, trained throughout life for the acceptance
and practice of autonomy, is faced with incrcas-
Centinued on Pago 12 ft
Arts and craf.s clacs at the Home, wh;ch is
conducted with the assietancc of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Center.
WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
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W. 2nd AVENUE
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Fret yourself from worrisome details
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Acquaintances .
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SMALL'S BEACH 6, SPORTSWEAR
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EXTENDS TO ALL ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Miami Tile Distributors Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
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k*utnt*1dta!L
J*toAV,
AJC and Our Civil LibertQ
President,
By LEO ROBINSON
Greater Miami Chapter American
Jewrsh Committee-
de Hirsch Meyer who
years by Dr. Joseph M. we2*
son. Officers of the Chapter k\J "
outstanding Jewish leaders J%<
From the day of its founding In 108. the Amer- gram emphasis has been uvL2
ican Jewish Committee has been devoted to safe- yoUng leaders for community?
guarding the civil and religious, rights of Jews in to Leo Robinson, the current JS
America, and throughout the world. This has in- hhw chairman .w.
equal devotion to safeguarding freedom
too ffeainsen
volved an
for all people.
In the United States, the Committee has de-
veloped a unique
p r o g r am for
ivercoming bigo-
try and discrim-
ination t h rough
e d ucation. sci-
ence, law and
I o mmunity ac-
ion.
Over seas, a
major Committee
concern has been
securing restitu-
tion for Jewish
material 1 o sses
jnder Nazism, es-
I a blishment of
full equality and
security for Jews
and rehabilita-
tion of Jewish
communal life.
The Committee
supported Israel
in its struggle for self-government; supports it now
in the struggle for international security and eco-
nomic viabilty. AJC is in the vanguard of the move-
ment for the international protection of human
rights
All of these national and international activities,
just as much as the program pursued locally by
AJC s Greater Miami Chapter, arc invaluable con-
tributions to the welfare of Miamian.s. Jew and non-
Jew alike
The Committee's leadership hak always included
many of America's foremost lows Among its ere-
tors were the renowned constitutional lawyer,
Louil Marshall; [OUT Of the country's greatest phil-
anthropists. Jacob Sehiff, Adolph Lcwisohn, Felix
Warburg and Julius Rosenwald; Judges Julian
Mack "f Chicago, Max Uiai of San Francisco. Mey-
er Sulzberger of Philadelphia and Samuel Green-
baum Of New York; and such distinguished public
servant- sj Oaear S Strauss, f s. Secretary of
Commerce and Ambassador to Turkey, and Cyrus
Adler, Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian In-
stitute
Among the Committee\ present leaders are Sen-
ator Herbert II Lehman, Judge Joseph M. Fros-
kauer, Jacob Blaustein and Irving M. Engel
Almost 25.000 citizens from all parts of the
United States form AJC s membership There, are
chapters In more than 40 cities and offices in
Europe and South America. They are Republicans
and Democrats, liberals and conservatives, Zionists
and BOB Zionists Their religious affiliations are
Orthodox, < on.scrvative and Reform All believe
that Jews have a vital stake in defending and ex-
tending democracy; that Jewish and American tra-
ditions are mutually enriching; and that every
citisan is duty-bound to serve his country and his
community.
With these conyjetiona the Greater Miami Chap-
ter was born in 1952 Its lirst president was Baron
Peiser. chairman of the exeeutivT
ton B. Goldstein, vice preside,,, _
8paet, second vice president; foJV
rotary; J. Gerald Lewis, treasu^
is Southeast area director.
funds for AJC and the Anti-Dek.
aa well are exclusively raised by tb]
Appeal which conducts direct c*
York and Chicago and receive!
the welfare funds of other eommZ
Neither a full nor a represent**?
AJC's manifold and far-ranging
presented here.
Two recent examples: AJC played a
in securing from the West German i
demnity payments of $822,000,000 to ]
individual victims of Nazism living i
additional $21,000,000 was secured |J
victims of Nazism In June, a 13-rnhojJ
tive Conference of Jewish OrganizatisM
in London under the sponsorship of j
glo-Jewish Association and the .Mbaas]
Iniverselle. A practical program m
providing religious, cultural and
sources in aid of North African and a
pean Jewish communities which art |
establish their life or are struggling f*i
Continued on Pat* 91


A manual ONSIITIHU
Ol LIAOISI IN TCt"
AJCommittee publication takes upjj
lem of human relations as they 1
able to leadara in youth oga*^
menta.
GREETINGS TO All
JOHN SAXON INC.
VENDING MACHINES
Over o Quarter of o Century in the
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Phone 149561
432 I. frb STREET, HIAIEAM, FlOttOA
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Extenda Greetings To
Hia Many Friends and
Acquaintances
JIM NOEL INC.
16350 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
NORTH MIAMI BEACH. nORID*
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i
Blocation of funds raised is an
Lnclion of Federation. Members
ton's budget committee who
B 1955 campaign are started
bht) Sam Prosterman. Daniel
Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell. Dr.
Morris Goodman, Mrs. David Bass, Alvin
Cassel and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Standinq are
Leon Epstein, Fred K. Shochet, Sidney
Aronovitz, M. C. Gettinger, Isidore Simko-
witz. Dr. David Kirsh and Louis E. Gold-
man.
"5
itinutd from Pago 1 B
i often those of us who live through
ire not conscious of the miraculous
kter Miami. We have calmly accept-
pt (Greater Miami which not so many
community where everybody knew
[would soon grow into a metropolis
jn people. Certainly our Jewish com-
umbering more than 66,000. will
Jred thousand mark in the not too
and will become one of the five or
ti'-h communities in America.
ourselves, "Are we in our corn-
ping pace with the phenominal phy-
our city?" Take, for example, our
ash Appeal. The number of con-
CJA has grown from 7,400 in 1953
and over 10,000 in 1955an al-
increase in two years. However, in
Of more than 65.000 (of which at
potential contributors) the figure of
try low. In 1955 we had a wonder-
ivhich raised over $1,250,000a
faction to all of us who had the
ticipate in itand yet this figure
vest in the country for communi-
size, and our per capita giving is
the national average. Doesn't this
to carry the message of the Com-
Ippeji to our increasing population,
people in the campaign, and to
enificance of the Combined Jewish
M it serves at home, nationally.
) our community in a more inten-
[more aggressive manner?
uestion of campaign, do we not have
to be of assistance to the new corn-
are springing up almost overnight
|ireas of our county? We know that
every new residential area the
total community multiply. There is
school facilities, transportation,
Playgrounds, traffic arteries. We
in to appreciate the importance of
community planning to provide these essential fa-
cilities, and to assure the orderly physical expan-
sion of our community. Don't we, as members of
the Jewish community, have a similar responsibil-
ity for the cultural, social welfare, religious and
educational needs of our growing population?
Our new communities need help and they ask
for help. It is really a two-way proposition. When
we extend our Combined Jewish Appeal to the
new areas, the response we get too often is that
the new areas are in need of service, and are too
involved in their own problems to be able to
work and contribute to the many other local and
national causes. They need help in setting up their
educational programs, their leisure time activities,
in organizing their synogagues and communal life.
And we have tried to be of service. Our Bureau of
Jewish Education has had to expand significantly
and still cannot respond to all the calls for service
from groups of young parents who want to make
sure that their youngsters receive proper upbring-
ing in a Jewish community atmosphere. Our Jew-
ish centers cannot begin to respond to the needs
of the enlarged community and to the pressures
for service which are placed on them. Soon a
thorough study will have to be made of the Jew-
ish educational needs of our expanding commu-
nity, as well as of the recreational and cultural
services which our community agencies should
provide in the light of changing conditions.
These studies' will involve not just those agen-
cies which are expected to give these services,
but a cross section of our communityespecially
of those who will be the recipients of the service,
as well as those who will ultimately have to pay
for the service. This will be one of the major re-
sponsibilities of Federation in the coming year.
Another frontier of service lies in the field of
health. The campaign for a new Mount Sinai Hos-
pital undertaken this Spring by Federation and
the hospital has reached the halfway mark and
promises to have the full support of the commu-
ity, to enable it to reach its goal of $4,000,000
Continued on Poo* B
Season's Greetings
Insul-Mastic
OF MIAMI, INC.
Authorized Cool Roof Dealer
Authorized Cool Roof Coatings
lSTRKT MIAMI 3*. FLORIDA
Telopfcoao 3-57*1
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Jim O'Nill
AKER LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, INC.
f U"" Strinkkr Srystom Hand or Automatic Control
$TRIIT PHONE PL MAM
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All
f ARM AND HOME SUPPIY CO.
*MUE, CORAL CARIES
TO All GKUTINGS
Ralph Lapp
AUTO PAINTING
801 N.W. 8th STREET ROAD
Pkoot HI 4-133*
To AH Our frioiio's Potrom
A Moll Hooojr Now Yoor
Somoof C. Kellf
.Miami Track
Sales
7100 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI, F10II0A
MR. and MRS. MORRIS ORLIN and FAMILY
wish all their many friends
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
fil A^ F0R EVERY PURPOSE
vLHJJ STORE FRONT PUT! ami WINDOW GLASS
; L. A O. Glass and Mirror Works
{ 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728
Morris Orlhi
Best Wishes from...
THE
Coral -
Gables
FIRST'
National
tank
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MSMSSI KCOAl IUvl i-Sli-1
(SOCIAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
100 MIRACLE MILE
A NAPPY NEW TEA* TO All
EMPIRE PIJ MltlMa CO.
4102 LACUNA STREET, CORAL CABLES
PHONE 3*24o
BILL WRIGLEY of
WRIGLEY ENGRAVING COMPANY
WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH fMNDS A MOST NAPPY MIW YEAR
NEW LOCATION: 122 N.E. 6th STREET, MIAMI
&dt Widkes
for the
Hew Wear
9
Hilcraft Engraving Company
commercial social hotel
133 n.w. 36th street
miami 32, florida
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FRIDAY.
It is our privilege to express
Our appreciation to our many
Friends ior their kind consideration
During the past year.
$
We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
V
THE STAFF OF
vJenist Florid far
Scl"-n Thomson
Martin Jpi.'fco
foorge Too'ter
'red Hogerth
Wm. 0. Hcparth
Hilary Mindlin
Botftics Boa/
John Dahlin
MJMJt A'cWhorfcr
leo Mindlin
leseph Sthribmkk
A! lo Zifo
Ch'isfine Carrigcin
Bttiy Trapnell
Tom Bcnner, Jr.
Mel Campbell
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
A Most Happy New Year
GEORGE F. ROGERS
Constable, District No. 2
f 3 West Flagler St. Miami, Florida
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Z80N FOOD CENTER
1423 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Phone IE 1-3418
PHILIP ROMER SAM SUSSMAN
ASK FOR IT BUY IT
CHICAGO'S No. 1
OSHER ZION
PRODUCTS
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats
Ui. Government Inspected Est. No. 1
EXClUS/Vf M1M8U10KS Of THE SOOTH
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COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC.
855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH
PHONES:" MM1
JE 8 6232
HERMAN PEARl
PAT DEAKI
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waders review CJA campaign
, 1955. SI,250.000 raised this year
- the highest achievement since
nine percent ahead 61 last

year's results. Left to right on sj
Jack Corner. Sam J. Heiman^I
chairman, Stanley C. Myers ~S
Orovitz.
Tl'S TEAMWORK HI FED
Continued from Page 7 B
VY .ire indeed en the
ml development in serving
needs ol the total community, and the
new I will repreeenl om <>f the finest eon*
which we, a* .1 Jewish community, can
the welfare ->f the total eommanitf
Bui it \ lira more than a new buildinf Ul
i our dreams and plan- fur thii great aarv-
ice. We i undertake, together with the hospi-
tal stud) winch will Involve the Home for the
Aged thi Jewish Fai the Jewish Cen-
ters, ol I the health needs of our rout-
munity, and we must consider especially h>w beat
to utilize the present plant oi Mount Sum, and
how t< <.....rdinate the work and the BAfVisei of
Mount Sin ,1 with the other health agencies and
the other institutions which larva the needs of
our infirm; especially the chronically ill and the
aged. All of Iheae studies will he undertaken in
the spirit ol the principles of joint planning, team
respect for each j ; ideologiei and inter-
for n i- this kind >>f Joint planning that must
continue U the hallmark of lYderation
It was this kind ol join* planning that made it
possible [or the Jewish Home for the Aged to ex-
- facilities and to brinf to auccoaaful con-
lusion it- building program for the Jack Ablin
Merjt i to serve the needs of the
aged It is thi- kind of plan-
; I Servioi and the Conv
munit; < best that enabled ua within ih past two
i'iIi h a vocational placemeaU aanrica
undi of the Je i-h
lid i come Into being at the
whim ol an individual or a small they i
I upon (be community tj repnaaaeii-
i I the n ;t ol careful study, careful planning,
involvement ol all community interests, and the
aetting up of the program under skilled profession-
al dl under the supervision of interested
and devoted COmmunit) leadership
l" all Ol the planning and teamwork
expressed by 1 the Ida J
nify discipline. A discipline which bag]
by individuals as well a by grows.
tieal sanction to an) of it< delib
force of Federation comei from thei
reptanee by the community nf Fei
and services. Thu-. the strength of Fd
in the maturity of the community inds|
tent to which Federation icsponded It
of the community
The scope of Federation's activity U
fined by anything except the desire* *M
munity itself When one aaki what
ation do about this or that purpose,ori
eration concern Itself with this or thitt
situtation. the answer as vague a> it rasf|
be (evasive to some who would like til
authority in Federation" is that the!
will act whenever and wherever thei
wants It to act. A good example of I
us today in the Ka-hnith situation.
aware of the situation existing in oar t
which has the doubtful fortune of beef
boast of five independent Vaad Haki
During the past few months, the
sociation. the Butcher- r.uildyes. ttal
of the Vaadim. as well a- a large r.uibel
ested citizens, the official repre>er.une|
national Orthodox Rabbinic bodiev
lYderation to play an active roleandaj
sponsibility for helpling to create a la
Hakashruth under proper superviaoi hi,
munity. this is not simply a matter df
cern. The situation has national
implications because oi the number dl
and hotels which cater to a national i"
ronage desiring k i Thereat
within Federation's leadership *hetaj
tion has a mpamJbilit) in this admi
and sensitive community problem Tie
of Federation is studying this proMeatl
It has met with representative romnaal
Continued on P*9
TO All .
A MOST HAPPf NfW TEAR
ro All cmniNcs
(olden Huh* Semico Siaii|
se.m:n "Where fhe lest Coif less"
331 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
w*
Julian B,iaiirr ------
1600 SW lit AVtNUE
TO All ... A MOST HAPPV NtW UAH
NEISON MORTGAGE COMPANY INC
Now in Out New Home
TO All GMITINGS
Complete Auto Mecbonics
lubrication Noshing
Sinclair Gasoline
WOIACH'S SERVICE STATION
2201 w. FUMEI $Tt,|T
MlAAtl, FLORIDA
Phe*e *S.oj34
Wer Woleck
29 SW. 27th AVENUI
PIh*1
CntTINGS
Captain Edwin P. UMuy and Ass***
in Chnn.ino Nomes ol Documented Vessels /^
Sole on. Trifor. of Title AoW ond r.nws" ^ ^
Mornio Field Ma"id, Ueesised ond lee*" a
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Asviit in Chnnoinf N
ills of
Entire
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rtAf
TiTaui... Alma'**"* *
McAUISm KAUTY SAlW
II McAlllSTEt AKAM


1
fEMBER 18,1955
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IE! JEWISH COMMITTEE AND CIVIL L1BERTIE
C
Continotd from P9 B programs to activate important riti^ns and or-
. rrlrf I^wis treasurer of Kaniza,ions ,0 assume their shar- o[ the resoon
fchaptc
L anti-Semitic plots against America"*
C strengthening that peace by spread-
Eoup understanding, eliminating discnm-
J ces learning the "why" of preju-
Lntil study, and defending our free in-
j, communist subversives as well
munist hysteria mongersthe-e
1 jc concern on the domestic
sample: AJCs sparking of a
country'* leading Protestanl d
L of and Other teach-in;.'- DM
1 i,.place inaccuracies about
witb positive references
- 1 registered in the
di riminatory college frat
- source of social dlserim-
V in life.
|., iblisfa the study of religion
, ; ientioned above among Prates
m the South, particularly
its Likewise, there are op-
1 hing similar ttudiea by out-
I institutions. But there are no
I i >r these vital projects.
J ionwhether in college {rater-
unuy and city clubs, professional socie-
any other areais a major obstacle in
Pi ci iring Jewiah integration in Ameri-
Bthoul the loss of Jewish identity and its
,1,1,.. AJC wants to launch a full-scale
: ri 1-crimination. Its ability to do so
by the funds available to it.
ration work for better intergroup
I ducted over radio and TV. in
magazines and newspapersevery
tut means many dollars worth of time or
lere can'l he too much of this type of edu-
Ihere can be too littlebecause the nee-
bn offer made to AJC by the National
(lin^ Company for presenting, coast to
Hes ol 1 lit dramatic broadcasts based on
(rials The cost was nominal, but AJC was
urchase tour broadcasts only.
examples illustrate a truism. In view of
sous progress made in understanding and
fcs during the past decade, success in the
nst prejudice will be mainly deter-
equate and consistent community
t year has seen much publicity and
bn the part of our citizens and judiciary in
^ combat subversion. One of our important
has been to aid in this effort with a scn-
1 the 1 : ipaganda and activities of both the
ighl and the extreme left. Working with
la an church groups throughout the
Sc have also attempted to alert the commu-
pc dangers of vigilantism as a substitute
ocess of law as a means of combatting
pn In addition, we have informed commu-
ei activities of bigots and have
means for counteracting their effectivc-
LJC has never been a seeker of publicity
11- problems realistically and proceeds
|only in positive and constructive ways. We
democracy is everybody's concern. For
Ml < ur local efforts are, as often as not.
Living in a community of "imoiiqrants" from
all 4 of our States and from Latin America, we
are aware of the tensions which can develop. A
community of strangers can be one where fear is
prevalent. Fear creates prejudice and this is our
concern. Our program aims at the development of
improved means to make all people in Greater
Miami feel welcome. This mean- our children in
DUX schools as well as guests in our hotels U
dates 11- v.i'h 1 State Conferem i on 1 and
a local complaint regarding anti
of an We hclicc <' -- important th<
re are regarded as Ji ws by Gent
we m turn regard our non-Jewish neighbors, So.
through newspa] 1 i r, -. dissent
information aimed at improving human relation-
Miami is in the spotlight of the n ition. Local
events make national new- and our thousands, of
visitors take away varied impressions of us. Im-
proving our public relations as Mlamians and as
Jews is a large task in which we are engaged. It is
a need which demands the time and energies of
our organization which USSS its I al and national
resources toward these ends.
Membership in the American Jewish Committee
is open to all Jews who wish to participate in our
program for a secure, meaningful and balanced
Jewish life. As president of the Greater Miami
Chapter I welcome your support and involvement
in our efforts
THE
PEOPLE
TAKE
THE LEAD
A RECORD OF PROGRESS IN
CIVIL RIGHTS, 1948 to 1955
A brochure published by the American
Jewish Committee discusses the issue of
civil rights during a turbulent period of
U.S. history, embracing the heart-rending
years of war in Korea1948 through 1953.
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Riverside Hake Shop
Mr. and Mrs. F. H Hasecke
104 Beacom Boulevard
TO ALL. ..GREETINGS
Williams Sign Company
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455 EAST OKEECHOBEE ROAD
Phone 88-3486
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MARIO HAIRDRESSER
Hair Stylist
537 LINCOLN ROAD 2503 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH

Phone 82-8636
Hand Painted by Carrib
rAKIIIII NOVELTY niMPA.W
COMPLETE PLASTIC SOUVENIR LINE FOR ALL LOCALITIES
HAND PAINTED COMPACTS JEWELRY
CIGARETTE CASES
HARRY ROSEN BEN KAZAN
5 S.W. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
RUBBER INC.
Charles T. Spencer
159 N.E. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6201
Mr. Pumpernik sex:
A Very Happy New Year To All
f RESTAURANT
67th & Collins
Best Wishes for the New Year
PdekM*
by oiiicm
Distinctive furnishinqs .
Lamps Carpeting Accessories
Custom Made Draperies and Furniture
We will gladly answer any el
yaur decorating, problems
Cwuuhini Decorator North Miami. Florida
A. And*-Or**. % 84l NE. U3th Street
Telephone
PL 9-0248
Stanley Howark Glicksman. first baby born
at Mount Sinai, i fascinated by the candle
on his first birthday cake.
Six years later, Stanley's mother ttJ
ri. dUclrsman. 200 SW* 17?h a^
Stanley'. collar a. he happily I*,
FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR THE MOUNT HI RDM
Continued from Pag* 2 B
ran be no rest for the weary workers of Mount
Sinai M the hospitals seventh year looms ahead.
With the increasing needs of the future, the de-
mands on our time, energy and facilities will be
ever greater
How shall we meet those demands? The most
obvious reply is to construct as quickly as possible
a new Mount Sinai Hospital on Collins Isle.
In that regard, it is gratifying to report that we
have sucr.sstuiiy completed the initial phase of
the Development Fund Under the capable direc-
tion of Dan Ruskin and the yeoman efforts of his
committee co workers, the Development Board has
already garnered pledges totaling $1.700.000 to help
finance the ultra modern 300-bed hospital so vitally-
needed.
Perhaps you've seen the architects sketch of the
new hospital Perhaps you've read the glowing
description of its beauty of design and its adoption
of latest ideas in hospital requirements
Certainly you'll agree that manv of the handi-
caps under which Mount Sinai has labored should
be entirely corrected when the new edifice is a
reality. The antiquated communications system un-
der which we are presently operating will give
way to a newer one. where telephone messages are
prompt in arrival, valuable time of doctors and
nurses ,s saved and orders will be quickly trans-
mitted and fulfilled.
Complete comfort of patients js assured in the
completely air conditioned hospital Each hospital
bedroom will be on a par with the finest guest room
>n any of our de luxe hotel palaces Greater produc-
tion of work along with finer quality of perform-
ance can be reasonably expected within the more
comfortable temperature controlled premise..
' onsrruction of the hospital according to present
jtajr hospital requirements will eliminate narrow
Jialls and doors, problems which were frequently
frustrating in our present physical setup .
note, however, that Mount Sinai managed I
cally to maintain excellent operating suites, i_
laboratories, highly regarded deliver) rooatj
pressive x-ray department and other vital I
facilities despite the structural handicaps;
which we have been operating since our j
tion.
There is s need, an overwhelming need, ftr)
ter living and working conditions for our |
nel in order to attract the talent in employe!
is rightfully ours. It has been the cause of i_
despair in the past that employee tumowl
been so extremely high Antiquated hviigi
have driven many capable nurses and empiqsjj
other areas just when their efficiency might I
paid extra dividends here
It's heartening to note, however, that the ]
just concluded has witnessed a greater nunst^
key personnel staying on at Mount Sinai For!
we are indebted to the recognition of their i
by our capable administrative heads and the|
ise of ever improving conditions as the net I
ing takes form.
With better conditions ahead for our staffs.!
ter service is indicated for our patients
Year-round employment, year-round
presage the end of seasonal*- peaks in patieatl
icf. More and more it is becoming apparent I
the peaks and valleys of our patient load ail
appearing.
Undoubtedly, there will always be a greats)
tient load during the high visitor influx ail
winter months in South Florida. Yet a lookatl
summer services reveals that each year tail
mands on Mount Sinai rise commensurate *<
increase in population. For example, in t**1
mer of 1854. there was a 51 per cent occupatti
our hospital. This year, better than 85 l*f H
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PAGE 11 B /
EThave been utiliied during that same
IS"0 apparent from the graph's upswing
[day is not too distant when summer case
I approach that of our heaviest winter de-
nied the challenge of thia increasing de-
ount Sinai must remain well-staffed and
med during each and every month of the
ith Florida continues its phenomenal popu-
jmb, we must prepare now to anticipate
Ital and medical needs of its new citizens.
fly of those soon to settle here will be tow-
imilies and marginal workers, added pres-
U be exerted on our departments while
g the deficit in our annual accounting.
mmodate the many sufferers from chron-
ite illnesses, it shall be incumbent upon
nai to expand the number of its clinics.
jostic departments, similar to our recent
Imonary and Isotope laboratories, will
[be created.
supplemental facilities will provide treat-
e and finer diagnostic procedures to the
indigent, enabling many to return to
jalth and fitness for gainful employment.
"ate the rapid growth in out-patient de-
mount Sinai presently maintains 18 such
here only eleven existed one year ago.
Irly, there will be a proportionate rise in
; of our Social Service Department with
j| workers required to handle ever-mount-
licalions for medical and hospital assist-
iperativc, in charting our future, that we
way to provide our devoted and loyal
staff with the means to continue maintain-
high standard of medical and surgical care
Medically indigent ambulatory and hospital
At all costs we must continue to add to
(reputation for hospital service and medical
[all people, without concern for their race,
ploror ability to pay.
jins teaching programs are a must in our
planning By such means we shall provide a
ersonncl from which to supply our needs,
han depend upon the itinerant technician
^professional person to fill a vacancy. Our
nd Pharmacy Departments have created
programs. The Pharmacy is seeking ap-
(iin the National Boards for the training of
fcy interns. The X-Ray Department is seek-
onal approval for its program of teaching
kchnologista.
rhool of Practical Nursing, forerunner of
pools m this area, remains the only one na-
appro\ed in the State of Florida. The
Is Auxiliary can easily sit back and take
\t it- sponsorship and subsidy of this fine
I to our hospital; but it only points up the
5 for greater teaching programs and ex-
[ facilities.
econd phase of our Develpment Fund cam-
^sumes in the early fall, when the Greater
ommunity will be approached for further
fctions and pledges. Success of the overall
eans fulfillment of the many future needs
we are obligated and achievement of the
irposiv to which Mount Sinai is dedicated.
Wident of Mount Sinai, I should be remiss
iities did I not recognize the devotion and
of my colleagues on the board of trus-
many of them, operation of a general hos-
ph its many complexities was as much a
as the splitting of the atom. Yet they
themselves to the problems and have inter-
heir knowledge of national hospital prac-
|the local need.
pork would be greatly handicapped, if not
entirely, were it not for the magnificent
work of our trustees throughout the rear Wpar-
ticularly in the annual all-star Jubilee which has as
its goal the eradication of our yearly deficit. This
year's Jubilee workers are to be commended for
their zeal in raising $160,000. high mark in the five-
year old fund raising program.
The .Women's Auxiliary has truly been the right
arm of Mount Sinai. Some 3.000 women contribute
time, energy, funds and heart to make the hospital
a living, breathing, friendly institution
We owe a great debt of gratitude to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for its close cooperation
and contribution of large sums of money each year
to meet our operating costs. They are also co-spon-
soring the drive for our new hospital building and
their vigorous endeavors promise success to this
ambitious venture.
The teamwork of our medical and research staff
is producing results that have earned for Mount
Sinai the highest recognition of medical and surgi-
cal associations. To our City Administration we are
thankful for its spirit of friendliness and encour-
agement in the attainment of our basic aims.
Greater Miami's continued growth is inevitable.
With it will grow the prestige, the services, the fa-
cilities and achievements of Mount Sinai Hospital.
This growth is for our Greater Miami Community
through whose understanding and spontaneous gen-,
erosity we have been able to establish and maintain
our hospital. To this multitude of friends of Mount
Sinai goes my heartfelt gratitude for their assist-
ance, without which we could not function.
Despite the admonition of the Bible, it would ap-
pear we cannot rest as we contemplate the sev-
enth year of Mount Sinai. I believe I speak for the
entire board, medical staff. Women's Auxiliary,
personnel and all Mount Sinai Hospital well-wish-
ers in stating that we shall not rest. Rather, we
shall extend ourselves even further to achieve our
destiny.
May I at this time extend to all members of the
community the best wishes for a happy and healthy
New Year from myself, the board of trustees, the
medical staff and the personnel of Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Stanley J. Dzwonkowski, technician, com-
pletes a procedure in the newly established
Cardio Pulmonary Laboratory at Mount
Sinai Hospital.
}H ... GREETINGS
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Phone 9-0483
11. .
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6901 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
TOM DONEE
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MIAMI BEACH
Nwm JE 8 52J4
OHHINGS TO All
LoJoune Nursery,
"Tfc Rest Far Less'
4383 S.W. 17th AVENUE
M0 1-4430
A Happy New Year To All
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Travel Service
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Air Conditioned Ample Parkin?
MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME
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1250 So. Dixie Highway, Car.l Ca.l,, j j
- 7th St. BiKdVae Shopping PUHoii'
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Offctr stores in Hollywood, fort lawderd./e, Dayfaaa .,.. l
118 E. Flagler St., Miami
200 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
034 N.E. 2nd Ave., Mttkr iver
Choral singinq at the Home, which is part
of the recreational and cultural program
conducted in a cooperative eta
Greater Miami Jewish Comm^l
PROBLEMS OF THE ICED AND OUR RE5PBI
Continued from Pag* 5 B
lencj physical, financial, and emotion-
I Although he may wish to continue working, he
u> compelled to retire and to change abruptly from
rfe centered existence to one of idleness or dil-
'i-rn His standards of living must often be
scaled downward^ drastically, for he is forced to
ii somewhat less than 40 per cent of his pre-
vknis income, that is. if he maintains any income
at all"
"Aj a result of altered financial and health cir-
cumstances." Pr Donahue continues, "he my be
required to gi\e up accustomed living arrange-
ments and accept the unenviable position of third-
ucneratwm status in the home of children, in an in-
stitution, or in some other communal situation.
Mis opportunities for emotional satisfactions di-
minish through loss of marital and work relation
ship.*, and through the gradual attrition of friends*
and relatives of his own age. Added to these
burdens are the negative attitudes of the young
toward older people and the disparaging regard in
which the aging themselves hold of old age."
The gravity of the situation, the growing concern
locally and nationally, and the increasing priority
which the Governors of the 46 states have given
to the problem at their annual conferences
prompted the New York Times early this year to
publish a nriM <>f five lengthy articles. The series
summed up the problem in these words: "Mod-
ern American society, with emphasis on industrial-
ization and the glorification of youth, has swung so
far away from the veneration of age characteristic
of ancient culture- that a crucial situation has de-
veloped For gnat many men and women .
ol longer life is more punishment than
The) pay for it in physcal and mental
suffering Their I Incoaet strained to the
the financial burden, hearts
wrung b) the slow physical and mental crumbling
beloved parent or irandprent, also pay boa**
m rken and other inayliiliati have bora
I discussing the ri-mg proportion of
m for the last ten >.
II ire m urgeol now thai
'" is >nd professional wel-
t irclei "
"' "'Me the problems, tensions and
frequent feclm [i ol utter helpless-
children and relatives who are f*j]
situations because of the lack of i
sources and programs what cam
plead, "and where ran we get hefctj
must be done or else our families i
apart."
Population Trends: How large, is tk3
we are discussing? I> it insignif,ejiiH
or one which is diminishing in re!j
to other age groups with each pasanji
From "Florida's Older People."
University of Florida, we learn that"
1950. while the population of the Is
increasing 98 per cent, the populate
increased 424 per cent However,
lion's age class of 65 and over was i
per cent. Florida's increase for this i
population was 1603 per cent.'
The 1950 census reveals the the senior citizen group in Dtde CaakJ
1940 and 1950. Florida's population i
per cent as compared to Dade Countyiij
85 per cent. But in the 65 and over|
same peribd. the increase for I
cent as compared to Dade County* i
per cent.
Health: In 1952. the President's'
the Health Needs ,,f the Nation is
America's Health." a five-volume
with every aspect of the nation'* ht
needs The Commission made thesei
servations: "Today, chronic illness
present our greatest health challeajlj
people have more long-term illness
abled for longer periods ol time thar
pie. The present extent of tistmM
among the agma is so great th.v sen*
restoration and all. \ rveMO]
fatalistic attitude towards ril-
ing is unjustified scientifically and i
pedea pnttou."
Dr. J. S. Gottlieb, I in cr din
trie Institute ot Jackson MerooruF
ported at the hearings of the *liirM
the Florida Legislatu
that one third of all .!:--""
pitals are people iuffenn| tttm
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Our friends
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rEMBER 16.1955
^J^lstnoridkm
PAGE 13 B
ivc incidence among the 65 and
L develop psychiatric illness is go-
jidlv He emphasized that the princi-
g factors are social, economic, psy-
[ cultural. It was his opinion that "be-
|o effect around Florida as a vaca-
rnent state, eventually the percent-
th state will exced that in otker j'
the country. In Klojida. 446 peraons.per 1,000 of
the 65 and over jfeup received social security
benefits as compared to 36 per 1,000 in the United
States.
Addition*! tacts: In its research studies, con-
ducted at the request of the state governors, the
Council of State Governments underscores the fol-
untry
relationship between the aging of
and the future needs for medical
lacilities? In the monumental study
Needs and Resources, A New Sur-
h> the Twentieth Century Fund in
tr- state: "The aging will require in-
(rtj m< of medical services, especially
tease* Th'e prevention and con-
among the aged must begin many
hej reach old age. From surveys of
1 H eritOWB, Md., in 1923 and
L ater, it has been estimated that
| ons who are well.at age 45,
100 will require medical attention
kt five ars for the onset of a chronic
iy<-: impairment."
Employment: Ours is above all
tend money-orientated society. Em-
Mil:,dint income are the bedrock
I itus and security of the individ-
retirement policies throughout the
|ot based on the worth, capacity and
lor citizen, but on the vestigial con-
llogii al age.
ril\ because of this concept that only
bf ihose 65 and over were gainfully
[ 1 I as compared to 68 per cent in
Ig to a research report of the Coun-
Lvemments. They also report that the
|y amount received by older persons
assistance payments and social se-
i- far below the budget for a mod-
iog as determined by the Bureau of
l in October, 1950. In a study of 34
lest eosl of living for an aged couple
\m adequate budget was $1,602: the
situation in Florida? As of 1950,
bent of Ihe 65 and over group were
i e as estimated in "Florda's Older
tree indicates almost 75 per
I 49 per cent of the men had
(1,000 in 1949, and 46 per
omen and 4 per cent of the men less
isistance and Social Security: Old age
pats and social security benefits in the
comparisons between the state and
a whole, throw considerable light
of the problem in Florida.
ral year ending June, 1955, 70 cents
public welfare dollar spent by the
^r old .. e aNsistance. The total public
tditures lor the fiscal year amounted
million dollars, and of this amount
[than 4o millions were expended for
Nance
to the Florida Public Welfare News."
State Department of Public Welfare,
id old age assistance grants
5. tor an average monthly grant of
lame month, Dadc County's old age
cipient. numbered 5.897. and they re-
i of $46.09.
fe 1954, the Florida Department of
re cited comparisons between the
nation as a whole for old age assist-
Sal security In Florida. 36 persons per
lion 65 and over received an old age
nt as compared to 184 per 1.000 for
1. Old people jttfer a home of their own or
a substitute home rather than living in an in-
stitution, but few of our communities have the
services which enable them to do so.
. Aging persons are often neglected or en-
tirely left out in programs of physical and men-
tal health.
3. Rehabilitation services in chronic illness
and mental disorders only rarely include old per-
sons
4. Many old people are lonely, isolated and
deprived of recreational activities.
5. Old persons lack certain social services
available to other age grqups.
6. The problems of older persons are now giv-
,en Inadequate attention in programs of research,
adult education and professional training of
workers with the aging.
The mass of evidence from studies, reports and
surveys throughout the country, including Flor-
ida, indicates beyond any doubt that we are faced
with a social and economic problem, which has al-
ready assumed alarming proportions.
The evidence also leads to the inescapable con-
clusion that as a result of our haphazard and un-
planned approach it is not only costing the country
billions of dollars, to say nothing of the misery,
pain, disability and disaster to millions of human
beings, but also preventing us from developing
and carrying out fundamental solutions to these
problems.
Economists, sociologists, doctors, psychiatrists,
educators, social workers and others agree that
the potentials for solution are there, and that
we can ameliorate, avoid, and even prevent in
many areas, the tragic waste of human beings, who
still could lead happy and useful lives and thus
add greatly to the well-being, betterment and pro-
ductivity of the entire nation.
Above all else, there is universal agreement
that the prime ingredient urgently necessary for a
basic attack on these problems of aging and the
aged is something, which Dade County and Flor-
ida, unlike many other communities and states.
have not even made a beginning. We refer, of
course, to the urgent need for a program which
flows from overall community planning.
In the tariy part of this article we stated that
the Home Yannot plan its future growth and de-
velopment 'in the best interests of the community
and those whom it should serve unless there is an
overall community plan by Federation and its
agencies for the aged.
Why is this so? Not so long ago it was felt that
the only resource in the community for an aged
person was institutionalization in a'home for the
aged. Our thinking has changed radically during
the past ten years. Now. every effort is made to
help the older persons remain in the general com-
munity as long as it is possible for him to do so. But
neither the Jewish nor the general community
provides the necessary basic services which help
achieve this objective.
Let us forget that we have as great a stake in
the solution of these problems as any member of
the present group of senior citizens. Let us not
forget that the present needs and problems shall
be ours in the not too distant future unless we
make every effort toward their solution today.
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THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER'S
Continued from Pag* 4 B
and every activity, working under the con-
tinuous supervision of the professional staff.
4 A positive Jewish orientation, which attempts
to combine the finest in American traditions
and Jewish living.
5 A common meeting ground, representing a
true cross-section of the community where
people can share, learn and have fun together
regardless of religious or other organizational
affiliations
The specific program for the 1955-56 season is
too detailed to describe completely in this writing.
However, the following are the highlights:
A. Nursery Schools. Three nursery schools for
children from 36 years of age These schools have
a long history in our community, and through the
years, have (instantly sought to maintain the high-
est standards of preschool education and to use
the most modern techniques available.
K After School. The afternoon program for
children of grade school SgS trill Offer friendship
athletic activities, and special interest groupi
such .i- dramatic, art and dance a special feature
gram al the Beach Branch
i hildren of working motl
Dy c*mps. We nov, operate tour summer
li',> i>a holarship fund I lined
" nti ibut ions ind fund raising
Iren to
in I also "i
-1 k winter vacation period
I Teen Age. One "I our major emphasis dur-
r, our teen age program now
serves clubl at five different locations, which
reprejeti over 1000 youthi organised m regular
group*, meeting under trained advisors This does
not include the many athletic activities, social
events, and special interest groups that are also
used extensively by teen agers With population
trends indicating sharp increases m the teen-age
and pre teen population during the ran fci]
GMJCC will be concentrating on further i
ganixation with more attention being Qm\
new age level known as 'tween age tin]
to the 1113 year old category A camped
end and annual conclave of all groups Ml
tant firsts last year, will he conducted tjal
coming season. The encouraging trend onI
of our teen-age groups toward interests)
nity service work will be further develop*]
E. Young Adult. There are four mijt|
serving the needs of unmarried young ataftJ
the Town and Beach Branches have yossja;
clubs for the 1825 age group, and
groups for the over 25 division, carryingoia
tive program of social, educational aaii
tural programs for young men and total
also provide staff direction and the ustoftaf
ities for a county wide Young Adult CouaaY
senting all fifteen young adult grnup>inlH
munity. and which provides a much rweaq
nel for contact among cluhs.
F. Adults. This year, each of our brutal
offer a monthly functioi. for the local asfq
bership. These events \,ll bo both eduao
s.uial In addition, there will be eoali
many classes such a- art, drama, bndsvl
American dance, folk dancing, athletics sfl
(i Golden Age. Hits i- an increaiag|
function of our CsOfc <""*<*
sallied in regular gTOttp > "ivities in fowl
mris including the Jewish Hume fort
where we provide an extension service M
groupi at "ur regular buildings are orgastj
self-governing basis and conduct a varied|
throughout the \ear Special elaaw '
singing, and ballroom dancing have ben I
II Extension Program. Besfeai the
fered at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
above. GMJCC has agreements with the l
hies Jewish Center. Beth David Congreptt*]
North Dade Jewish Center for the jouHi
of a youth program at those location*
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SEPTEMBER 16.2955,
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PAGE 15 B
Continued from Pee 3 B
Information on career opportunities and
voulh to understand realistically the nat-
,r occupational world
look to the coming year, we are sharply
Continued from Page 8 B
nine what its recommendation shall be
Aeration's responsibility and role in this
Uion cannot exert any discipline, but it is
Jiction of those who wish Federation lead-
|n resolving a problem that the prestige of
on and the recognition by the community
entrality, will lead the authority necessary
I about a measure of self discipline and a
' order and dignity to the present disturbed
of the most vexing problems which beset
nmunity life is that of the multiplicity of
hu which are carried on throughout the
arc especially concentrated in the four
months of the "season." The Combined
Appeal itself was originally formed to
one drive all valid campaigns deserving
Iport of the total community. This principle
dcrlics the structure and work of the CJA.
the Combined Jewish Appeal raised funds
yen local agencies, for the United Jewish
and for 47 other national and overseas
Consider for a moment the unbearable
hat would result in the dissolution of a CJA,
[letting loose upon the community some 55
nal campaigns.
lcon>ider. furthermore, what would happen
[Community Chest were dissolved and its
Lcies were to carry on individual campaigns
community. Yet, the very achievement of
imunity Chest and CJA in uniting so many
under one aegis, has been exploited by a
af agencies who insist on conducting inde-
nt appeals They do this regardless of the
pity's welfare and without regard to the
tion of their need in relationship to the
^eerl of the agencies in the Chest or in the
ned Jewish Appeal. The problem of multiple
|gns is not only one of the timing. The sue-
some of the emotion-packed one day or one
Campaigns in comparison with the inadequite
[which some individual causes willing to be
of CJA seem to receive, encourages agen-
conduct their own campaign leading to an
scil overlooping and mise-use of leadership
10 v
[are becoming a great community. We have
^tcntial of growth and of achievement. It is
question of whether we shall continue to
to the principles of teamwork, planning.
Ssciplme. recognition of the common good,
net her we -hall have the vision and the bold-
Khieve in the realm of human relations,
e have thus far accomplished in material
My answer is a confident affirmativeand
coupled with conviction that we shall carve
^selves and our children a bright future in
ronderful community of ours. This is my
^nd aspiration for my loved ones as well as
entire community for the. New Year.
aware of certain restrictions imposed upon us by
limitations of funds There remain many unmet
needs and services that need to be developed. We
would like to be more helpful in preventing family
arfd personal breakdown by expanding rtur family
life education program. This quite simply means
the use of professional leadership for groups of
people, to help them understand and grapple with
the forces that give rise to personal problems. We
recognize the lack of adequate psychiatric facilities
for persons with more serious emotional disturb-
ances, and would like to be able to offer such serv-
ices as part of what we do. Our child placement
program, still in its infancy, will undoubtedly need
to be greatly expanded. We could make very effec-
tive use of greater financial support by helping
certain children to be placed in psychiatrically-
oriented institutions, where they can have the con-
tinuous and intensive treatment they require. We
think it would be desirable to create district
offices, bringing our services closer to the neigh-
borhoods in which people live. One such office
might very well be on Miami Beach. Others should
be related to the suburban movement of our new
population. We have already proposed to make ad-
ditional services available for older people. Some,
who are home-bound, need friendly visiting and
help with shopping. Others could live more happily
if they could find families who would like to have
them live with them. Others need practical nurs-
ing and housekeeper service. Such a program is
essential for the well-being of older people, and
eventually these services will come into existence
in Miami. We are afraid that it will be a long time
before they will be adequately financed.
The creation of these services depends upon fi-
nancial support, but this, in turn, depends upon
the recognition of need, the consciousness and ac-
ceptance of responsibility for each other. The kind
of lives we will lead, the security and happiness of
our society, depends upon the state of our mental
health. This in the end goes back to each person,
to his awareness of himself, to his belief in the
ability of people to grow and change, to his knowl-
edge and support of the services and the methods
which can truly offer help. The value of the Jew-
ish Family Service and the contribution it will
make next year, and in all future years, depends
upon you.
JFS client seeks guidance to help solve
family problems.
We Extend Sincere Greetings and
Best Wishes tor
A HAPPY NSW YEAR
THE
A JAI ALAI FRONTON
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". And the devout Jew, who is aware of
his past and knows what has gone into
the making of his people, "weeps not only
for the past but for the present, as well. ."
WHAT THE JEW BELIEVES RESTS OH UNALTERABLE FAITH THAT THE PAST ALTHOUGH
GLORIOUS MUST BECOME THE SOLID PHALANX OF THE FLEDGLING WORLD OF FUTURE
By HERMAN POTOK
It is rare for a man to weep. To weep is to
lay bare one's soul, and there is shame in that
for a man. And when it happens that a man
does weep, it is for a blinding tragody that
has crushed him, a time when shame is gone
and the only sensation is a numbing ache, a t
overwhelming emptiness. Rarely docs a man
weep over the past.
Yet there is a point in the Yom Kippur serv-
ice when the devout Jew v/raps himself in his
prayer shawl and weeps like a child. It is for
the past that he weeps, for a time two thou-
sand years' old, when the Jew practiced his
faith at the risk of his life, when to ordain a
rabbi meant death and when ten of our great-
est leaders died horribly at the hands of the
Romans because they would not abandon
the teachings of their faith. "These things do
I remember." the devout Jews chants, feeling
his heart constrict and his eyes fill with tears,
"and my heart is grieved."
It is only the Jew to whom the Jewish past
is a vivid reality who can weep on Yom Kip-
pur for the ten martyrs. He knows these mar-
tyrs, he sees them before him as living be-
ings, and he knows their anguish, senses
deeply their indescribable pain, their pro-
found faith and joy at dying for the people
and the God they love. And knowing this,
and knowing, too. of the many times similar
acts of martyrdom have occurred in the his-
tory of his people, the Jew weeps. He weeps
for all the suffering of his people in an angry
world, tor babies unborn and children unwed,
fox the bewildered ache that is the knowledge
that his people has been slaughtered not be-
cause it wanted to kill or plunder but because
it wanted only to bring a little mare of God
into the world.
And the devout Jew. who is aware of his
past and knows what has gone into the mak-
ing of his people, weeps not only for the past
but for the present aa well.
He remembers what the Sabbath meant to
the Jew in Europe, and he weeps over what
it means to the Jew today. He remembers the
sanctity of the family, the holiness ol the fes-
tivals, the indescribable beauty of addressing
God in prayer. He remembers the Jew who
had no bread to eat but loved hi life, who
had no land to live in but loved his world,
who had no grandiose synagogue to pray in
but loved his God. He remembers the degree
to which the awareness ol God filled a Jew's
life, how the center and hub of every Jewish
act was motivated by the profound desire to
do the Will of God. He remembers these
thing?. And he weeps.
He weeps for the Jew who is no longer a
Jew and for whom Judaism is a dying faith.
He weeps for the mother who will never ex-
perience the beauty of a Jewish home,
the father who will never know the happiness
of a Jewish life. He weeps for the Jewish child
who will never truly understand his past and
who will always sense within hmself a vegue
unrest, a vast hunger: perhaps I should have
learned more about my people. He weeps
deeply for the blameless child, for a life he
will never live, a peace he will never know, a
love he will never sense. He weeps because
he cannot articulate his own profound love of
his faith, because the things he does are of
infinite beauty and somehow he cannot ex-
plain them to the new generation. And he
weeps for a people torn by dissent, confused
and adrift, pulling in different directions for
different goals. And the tears he weeps are
been like this with his people and that should
bitter tears, for he knows that it has never
it continue like this much longer there will
soon be no one left to weep for the past, no
one caring enough to pray for the future.
And the devout Jew, in weeping, prays, too.
He prays that the Jew of today will achieve
somehow an appreciation of the vast reser-
voirs of beauty inherent in Jewish life. He
prays that the Jewish mother will make at
least an attempt at building a Jewish home,
that the Jewish father will try as best he can
to find for himself some meaning in Jewish
life. He prays that the Jewish child will be
sent to a Jewish school where he can learn to
articulate his Jewishness. to understand the
teachings, the values and the practices of his
faith. He prays that the next generation will
not repeat the errors of the past generation,
that out of the dissent that is Jewish life to-
day, out of the vast give and take of conflict-
ing ideologies and divergent observance*,
will evolve a faith that will have as much
meaning for the Jew of today as the faith of
past centuries had for the Jew of Europe.
It is for us. each and every one of us, to
determine the degree to which his prayers
will ultimately be answered. And it is the
extent to which we involve ourselves in the
creation of a meaningful faith for the Jew of
today that our own prayers may very well be
answered during this High Holiday period.
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CORAL GABLES. FLA.
Hebrew Festivals and Track
By HARRY CUSHINC
Mi, \.,-i literature wliuh nukes up the folk-
lore oi the Jewish peopll has been, tor centuries.
,,nc oi the inspiring forces giving contentment to
Jewish me For c.....lUaaa ganarationa the Mid-
rashk elements oi rabbinic literature displays the
, i the rabbis, nc4 only as authorities of He-
brew law, lit '- ''"'"h,r> and teachers who
sought, through countless folktales, parables,
legends and learned conunantarlan to demonstrate
i he ethical fiindaiminlala of Jewish life.
Thus, aa the holidays and festivals developed,
thc\ too, were clothed in the garb of the Midrashic
description Countftaa significant expositions are
bound up with Bflti Hashona. Jewish legend at-
tributea many important events to the month of
Tishri, the month in which Roih Hashona occurs.
Thus, the Talmud tells us that "Rabbi Eliezer says,
in the month of Tishri the world was created, in
Tishri the, patriarchs were born and died. On Rosh
Hashona. Sarah. Rachel and Hannah were remem-
bered on high and conceived. On Rosh Hashona,
Jcaopb left prison: and, on Rosh Hashona, the
slavery of our ancestors ceased ia Egypt. In the
month of Nisan they were redeemed, and in Tishri
they will be redeemed in time to come" (Talmud,
ml Hashona lub-lla).
The tradition that the world is judged on the
Hebrew New Year is also mentioned in the Talmud.
Rabbi Men- expressed the opinion that all things
are judged on Rosh Hashona and their fate is seal-
ed on Yom Kippur. Speaking in the name of Rabbi
Akiba. Rabbi Judah declared: "All things are
judged on Rosh Hashona, but the fate of each and
every one la sealed in its proper season: at Pass-
over, the late of grain; at the Feast of Weeks,
that of the fruits of the trees, and at the Feast of
Booths (Succotb), that of rain" (Tosefta Rosh
Hashona l IS).
One of the traditions of Rosh Hashona is that
it is the Day of Memorial when God remembers
the deeds of all men. The record of each person
i- kept in three large memorial books The tractate
ROOD Hashona <16l>i relates that Rabbi Kruspedai,
speaking in the name of Rabbi Yochanan, declared
that the three volumes are for three categories
of individuals: one for the completely righteous,
one for the wholly wicked, and one for the average
person. The completely righteous are immediately
inscribed and sealed in the Sefer Hachayim. the
Book of Life; the wholly wicked are at once in-
scribed and sealed in the Book of Death. How-
ever, the average person's fate is held in abeyance
from Rosh Hashona until Yom Kippur. If the
average person repents properly, he is inscribed on
Yom Kippur for life; if found unworthy, he is des-
tined for death.
A popular commentary explains that Rosh Ha-
shona takes place in Tishri because, since it oc-
curs before the harvest season, it would be favor-
able for Israel. Inasmuch as the poor are given
the gleanings, the forgotten sheaves and the Peah
corners of the field), these acts of kindness would
influence God in his judgment of Israel. By ap-
pealing to the divine quality of mercy, rather than
to the divine quality of justice. Israel would stand
a better chance to be inscribed for life.
Pot an entire month preceding Rosh Hashona,
it i~ customarj to prepare for the New Year. The
month of Klul is dedicated as a month for Tshuvah.
repentance Tradition has it that the month of
Klul la an ideal time for repentance. A legend
tells ua that, after unreal had committed the -m
"i bowing down to the Golden Calf, and Moses had
hrokon the first set of the Ten Commandments.
*>
Vast literature malting up ik,
Jewry is one of the inspiLT
contentment to Jewish lile. In,
this literature continues as a,
Here, Rabbi Mendel Feldnm,
the Rabbinical Alliance oi i
cepta the first copy of "Sim" tn
M. G. Welk, son of the fcmj
Pinak and one of the greenest]
authoritiea of his time, Rabbi Hat
The new edition was puhliihajl
dflring the Hebrew Year 5715, i
and is aupplemented with
Kehuna."
he ascended hkunt Sinai for a seratH
tain a second set of the tablets, and i
the mountain until Yon Kippur
Thus has arisen the custom oi
Shofar at the conclusion of the
during the month of Elul. to reaDl
spent by Moses on Mount Sinai
An interesting sidelight is that th^
in Hebrew has the numerical value i
word "Binah." meaning "under
same numerical value. Hence, Rabkl
his Siddur, suggesting the month of 1
pentance, points out that through
comes repentance, as it is writta
standing with their heart, return, aaj|
(Isaiah 6:10).
It has been the custom among
pious, in past generations, to fasti
from Rosh Chodesh Elul (the first dl
the end of Yom Kippur. a period tit
too, was in memory of the 40 days i
remained on Mount Sinai to receive thc|
mandments.
There also have been individuals!
of their piety, made it a practice astaj
secular conversation from Rosh <
the end of Yom Kippur. This practaj
on the belief that there i nothing I
purification of the soul than **<]
Also, by keeping from idle talk, the i
concentrate so much better on his |
It is customary for the rabbi to dei
exposition on the Sabbath precedingT
The tradition for this custom is basedfll
that, when a rabbi or sage sennonanT
people, their sins are forgiven h
Continued on P9
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Meaning o
I
orar
talli
on
By PHILIP RUBIN
point in the Rosh Hashona morning
hed with the blowing of the Shofar,
.id instrument made from the horn
he entire congregation, standing, re-
three times. There is then a hushed
last as long as a minute. The
the shofar-blower, his countenance
ith to shut out worldly sights, is
the "bimah" waiting for the
er reader to give the signals. The
ting the various notes that are to be
given: Tekiah, Teruah, Shevarim.
und throughout the synagogue while
on still is standing. When the echo
g noteTekiah Gedolahdies away,
Her-prayer.
n, who in Orthodox Jewish tradition,
not obligated to attend prayer serv-
present in synagogue when the
nded. For the Shofar-blowing, the
of the ram's horn, is a most sacred
regarded as a divine summons to
entance and improvement. "Just as
Shofar to blow it, renew your deeds
e," says the Talmud,
ho have not been brought up in an
onment it may be news to learn that
nth before the arrival of Rosh Ha-
ng the Jewish month of Elul the
nded every week-day at the conclu-
morning service in Orthodox syna-
during that month the ram's horn is
once and is only meant to announce
period of repentance and to prepare
the worshippers for it. It is only on
a that Shofar-blowing becomes the
religious service, assumes a central
ounce-, the start of the Ten Days of
)hile on Vom Kippur it is blown to
t end of the period of penance, to pro-
forgiveness for those who have truly
liim with a contrite heart during this
ft year the first day of Rosh Hashona
Saturday, the Shofar will not be sound-
econd day. It may seem paradoxical
of Sabbath observance should cancel
fteri ritual. But those who have some
I with Orthodox Jewish law (followed
tent by Conservatives) know that any
libath day is more surrounded with
I than Rosh Hashona, that only Yom
ore sacred than an ordinary Saturday
I ii (led as "The Sabbath of Sab-
HY cooking, smoking and the handling
ftticl. i, permitted on Rosh Hashona,
In (.n Saturday, and the handling of a
|) ns to I).' one of the things which
\ i> Sabbath.
m hi interesting history behind it.
ft was i^ed chiefly for signals of
Ii i purposes a signal for the
I' of pursuit, for the dismissal
the return home. When an im-
t such as the accession of a king to
| lo be proclaimed the ram's horn'
In.time a acquired more and more of
pgnificance. Already as far back as
Ithe First Temple it was sounded on
f of Rosh Hashona and at the com-
i the Jubilee Year. It was frequently
the worship of the Temple at Jeru-
ition to other musical instruments.
ious significance of the blowing of
on New Year's Day was intensified
when it came to be associated with the proclaiming
of God's judgment of the world at the end of time
It was still further deepened through the reminder
of God's revelation on Mount Sinai when, accord-
ing to the book of Exodus, the mighty tones of
the Shofar caused the hearts of the people to
tremble before the near presence of the Lord. And
later on the prophet Isaiah declared that the future
redemption of Israel, which was conceived of in
connection with Israel's repentance, was to be
announced by means of the Shofar.
Then, too, another meaning was attached to
the Shofar, a significance that goes back to the
first book of the Bible, to Genesis. This is in con-
nection with the Akedah, the binding of Isaac
when his father Abraham offered to sacrifice him
upon the altar, if this were to be Gods will; the
rejection by God of Abraham's sacrifice of his and
the sacrifice of a ram instead. Here the Shofar's
connection with the binding of Isaac is intended, on
the one hand, to secure the favor of God, and on
the other hand to present to those who are repent-
ant the image of the noble and self-effacing patri-
arch Abraham, the founder of Judaism.
And so the sounding of the Shofar on the great
festival of Rosh Hashona has through the ages
gained a manifold importance replete with strong
religious significance. It has become the great
symbol of individual penance, of God's forgiveness
and also of Jewish national redemption. "Teka
be'shofar gadol le'herutainu," "sound the great
Shofar for our liberation," one of the Rosh Ha-
shona and Yom Kippur prayers implores God.
No Jewish child that is taken to the synagogue
on Rosh Hashona can fail to be impressed, even
stirred, by the ritual of the sounding of the Shofar.
No Jewish boy or girl of elementary school age
whose health permits him or her to be present
should be kept at home during this service. It's
part of our children's Jewish education, an impres-
sion of Judaism, a stirring of the child's emotions
that will remain in its memory forever after. Even
Continued on Pg 15 C
The sounding of the Shofar has become the
great symbol of individual penance, of
God's forgiveness and also of Jewish re-
demption.
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An 'Irish' Rabbi and His n
Kabbi Isaac Ntntf
. always an Irishman
By S. DAVID
fewish tradition speaks of how versed one
of the sages of the Talmud was astronomy.
POqe has hit ipait in the unique
et Rabbi of Israet lsabc Herzog. who Hi*
n up the study of physics. Rabbi
:,:og is also
something of a
athematician
ond in addition
-aks a multi-
tude of langu-
or g e s including
. rew Russian,
,nch, Arabic
d English with
Ii is the last
ich always
provokes the most
ng. An Ir-
ish Jew is of itself
something of an
anomaly to mosl.
If Mr. Shitreet. the
Israeli Chief of Po-
lice, came from
Ireland, it would
be regarded as in
the nature of
things, but the Chief Rabbi! However, it
should be remembered that the police and
the spiritual leaders are essentially concerned
in forwarding the same objectivesthe keep-
ing of the Ten Commandmentsin their dif-
ferent ways, of course. Again, to the Irish
themselves it should occasion no surprise, for
Irish legend provides a precedent. According
to this legend, the prophet Jeremiah paid a
visit to the Emerald Isle five centures before
the common era.
Recently, when Rabbi Herzog visited Toron-
to to address an Israel Bond function, one of
the first to buy an Israel Bond wa. a local
Irish club. It was their way of paying tribute
to a fellow Irishman.
"I am a former Irishman myself." said Rab-
bi Herzog addressing a meeting of Irish in the
States. "Once an Irishmanalways an Irish-
man" called out one of his hearers.
A spot of shamrock is in him which he has
managed to fuse with 'he rose of Sharon. The
Chief Rabbi is frankly fond of Ireland, and
when in a conversational mood, he is apt to
regale one with stories of old Exin. It may even
be about the clergy of Ireland with whom he
had many fraternal contacts in days of old.
He may tell the one about Pat receiving the
last rites and asking the priest for a repeat.
"Once is enough" admonishes the priest. "It
will take you where you want to go. Pat, my
boy. why do you want me to repeat the
words?"
"It isn't the words, Father, it's our breath,"
Pat replies.
Rabbi Herzog told Eamon de Valera. who
visited him in Israel, that the Jewish and Irish
have one thing in common, the Jews do not
speak Hebrew and the Irish do not speak Gae-
lic. The Jews in Israel are apparently meeting
with more success in restoring the Hebrew
tongue than the Irish are having with Gaelic.
but there are other ties than this negative
quality. Both were landless people, the Irish
landless in their own land until latelyand
sperserf
both are a widely disc
doubt ess partake of some,
from this irregularity. 0nu
Slight in Lqui. c|Qd .
Chief Rabbi always wJj! *** J
a picturesque figure. He 'I l<
friendliness. During a S*1"
reporter asked about a book L
*'I is me Bible. Do you wan ^
to you?" The Chief K*$>T^\
the well-known story abo^M
came to a rabbi once and 3f J
Judaism while I stand on one 1
said, I can do that. The Bible *L?
neighbor as thyself. That is tblLl
rest is elaboration.'"
Visiting the White House, he ,
gaged with President Truman ?
quotations from the BiDle. He hasai
invoking the common touch.
His father. Rabbi Joel Herzoa m^
the Chief Rabbi of Pans, was7^2
liant Talmudist and the son evinced.
At the age of 25, the doctorate of \L
conferred on him by the University
Members of the extremists Naturayl
ultra orthodox group who refuse to
edge the redemption of Israel sore Wj
natural intervention, when vexed i
Chief Rabbi, like to call him "DocicrT
Rabbi Herzog for a time was dahgJ
following the rabbinical calling. He fa
fact gone so far as to pursue studku
Sorbonne with a view to becoming aai
ologist. A dream he had on the ni.fr(
Hashona in which a former revered I
appeared to him with ominous rra,
about the fate of Israel is said to ham
on his latent mysticism and resolvedl
turn to the rabbinate.
Rabbi Herzoq made his first rki^
Holy Land in 1934 whn he camelol
remains of his father. He was wan.
corned and spoke before many Ys
The followinq year, on the death tfj
Rabbi Abraham I. Kook, he was d
latter's successor. It was no easy:
take the place of the utterly con
bi Kook, one of the authentic ,
iu.es which Jewry has begotten in I
ter days.
Rabbi Herzoq is a voluminous
magnum opus is the three volume
stitutes of Jewish Law." He toured ftal
behalf 4'
refugees
tervened
ally with I
in behalf i
Jewish ci
who wtl
to the
Catholicl
save tbssj
Hitler.
Israeli *a|
eration hit
inspiring I.
Jerusalem, I
city's d4
days, si
"The Jews may be taken out of
dead, they will never be taken out (
The same faith was his when. .
seemed likely to fall to German hasi
Continued on Pat 'SC
Hmrry 5. Traaiaa
. swapped a,uetoioes
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9**Ul>fhrknn
PAGE 5C
Jewish Belief in His Heart
r
By MURRAY J. CUSTER
out I was a Jew when I was nine
I. One Sunday I asked my father why
[go to the little Methodist church in the
pvn in Nebaska where we lived. My
pked at me in a way I did not under-
id then told me about religion.
|d all men worship a living god who
irerful. all-knowing. This god is wor-
|in different ways. I belonged .to that
Hiich worships only one God. My
teie of those who worship also hid
ras a low.
not quite understand what -diifer-
jiade, except that I now knew why
go to church. Being a Jew made mo
a situation in which I was glad to ba
I], I was the only one. As I started to
je, my father looked at me in a funny
iray. and raid,
Imber, Peter, you can not tear the
your heart."
lot know what he meant.
ther, owner of the general store, did
^e much money, but that was of no
Bnce. We did not need much; we
Nit hungry. As I grew older, I learned
K was not like the other men of the
[many ways. A guiet man who never
lyone any trouble, he would close the
ery evening at six o'clockclose it
that is. There would always be a
who wanted to stay around the fire,
| and smoke their pipes, and josh my
:ause he smoked only cigarettes
[about the only man in town who did
Saturday night he would shut up
knd me to the weekly donee, and go
jloon. He could hold his liquor better
man around. Whenever an outsider
sasting that he could drink any man
tie table, my father would be pitted
him. My father, who always won,
Bt, but everyone else did, and some
lade a lot of money betting on my
there the night the big Packard with
York license plate stopped in front
^loon. The owner came in. and ordered
whiskey. It was cold the way Ne-
jets that time of year, and a man
drink like that. My father and I were
I checkers on the table near the stove.
Be said I played right well for a fifteen-
when this man came over to watch.
tell right off he was one of those big-
ly-bodies. when he started directing
(res in a way no one in town ever did.
Tom Greentree, who was excused for
iuse he was so old. This stranger
like that until I could not stand it, and
red at my father's patience.
| glad when my father finally beat me.
asked the stranger if he wanted to
^e stranger had had two more double-
while we were playing, and he must
Jn effected by them. He was a good
*ough, and everyone watched them.
Jyed a long lime, thinking out each
wondered how he could play so well
[much liquor in him. My father would
ime, then he would win a gameall
jent on like that. At the end of the last
tie stranger smiled, and suggested
'e a drink.
"You can not tear the Jaw from your
heart. ." Scene-* of mutual faith like this
help solve Peter's problem. Jewish Navy
Chaplain Gerald I. Wolpe (right) joining
hands with Greek Orthodox Chaplain Nick
S. Karras (left) and Protestant Chaplain E.
Vaughn Lyons at Camp Lejeune, N.C., in
symbol of interfaith teamwork.
They got up together and walked to the bar-
rail. Mr. Coders, that was the stranger's name,
acted as if he had nothing stronger than water
in him. I wondered if my father could drink
him under. At any rate, I knew there would
not be much betting if he tried; everyone had
seen the way the New Yorker could drink.
By this time I kind of liked Mr. Coders. He
kept cracking jokes, funny little ones, not the
slow drawn-out kind to which I was accus-
tomed. Everyone took to him right offevery-
one except my father. It wasn't anything my
father said, or how he acted, but I knew
when my father took a dislike to someone,
something got into his eyes that stayed here,
no matter how much he laughed and smiled.
After a while Mr. Coders stopped joking. He
said he was a field organizer for a big organ-
ization which was wholly dedicated to Amer-
ican interests, the true American interests. He
was going to stay a short time to establish a
unit in our town, before moving to other ter-
ritory.
My father asked him what he considered
the true American interests to be. Coders look-
ed at my father as he answered.
"Well, there wouldn't be any organization
like the one I represent if there weren't a need
for it. When I hold the rally here Monday
night, we'll talk it over more clearly; but the
mean idea is for all of us to band together to
block the international bankers and the com-
munists. See what I mean, Mr. Gordon?"
No one said anything when he finished.
Everyone was looking at Coders and my fa-
ther, and everyone saw my father crush his
cigarette before he asked.
"How can you tell who an international
banker is, and a communist too?"
"Well, Mr. Gordon, it's easythey're both
Jews. You know what a Jew looks like, don't
you Mr. Gordon?"
Something grabbed at my heart when he
said this; I could not have said anything if I
had wanted to. I thought back to the day my
father had told me. "You can not tear the Jew
from your heart." I was suddenly a frightened
Continued on Po 13 C
UST DOLLAR DINNERS IN TOWN EVtRY DAY1
s dinners
ASSTO ftf LISH TRAY, SPRING SAL-
AD. 1 VICCTABIIS, CHOICE Of
tNTRHS, M..1T SOUS I BUTTIR,
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* VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE JE 1-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
-MIAMI BEACH
RIEHTEBS
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2187
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
f*0M FARM 70 YOU
6851 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 84-4521
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone MO 1-9586
\s QREETIHGS to all our /rje.nds
COMPLETE PAINTING CO.
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
19 II.E. 28lh Street. Mismi Phone 9-7902
Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE
and Sons LARRY arid JEFFREY
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BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
2731 N.W. 36th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 64-1331
MILWAUKEE BEVERAGES, INC
',BLATZ,
"Milwaukee's Finest Beer"
1344 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 65-1351
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Ph. 2-4733
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AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 89-1646
Miami
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
Palm Beach247 Worth Are.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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"A friendly Bank" .
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BEST WISHtS fOK A HAPPY WfW UAK
MARE GRANDE HOTEL
524 OCEAN DRIVE
MR. and MRS. PAW REIMER
Greetings To All For A Happy New Year
Mark's Quality Cleaners
& Launderers Inc.
1201 20th St., Miami Beach Ph. JE 8-6104
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Powell Seating and Supply Co.
PHONE PL 81954
118 E. Flagler St.Miami 418 Lincoln RdMiami Beach
200 Mirscle Mile Coral Gables
8034 N.E. 2nd Ave. Lilile River
Edison Center
H I ile, Daj I
W*i i I'. Im Bi W I
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rader Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
111 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 82-3551
Miami. Florida
SEASON'S BEST
WISHES TO ALL
SWEET INSURANCE AGENCY
SECURITY BUILDING
Phone 2 2675
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALBERT HAUER JACOB L. LEVINE
AIK1ARGO BROKERAGE CO,
Custom House Brokers and Forwarders
Pacific Bldg. _:_ phone 9.2396
5716 $ 1955-56
Greetings for Rosh Hashona
EMPIRE FURNITURE
takes this opportunity to extend
their best wishes to people
of the Jewish faith all
over the world
Telephone HI 8 7405
Rosh Hashona and the S
By P. NIBUR
The ten days of penitence, beginning with
Rosh Hashonah and ending with Yom Kippur,
are traditionally days of spiritual stock-taking
for every Jew and Jewess. During those days
we are bidden to reflect on our enors and sins
of the past year, to ask God's forgiveness for
them and to resolve not to repeat them.
Even during the week-days between the
two High Holidays, when ordinary work is
permitted, we are asked to ponder over our
mistakes of the past. The day after Rosh Ha-
shona is a fast day, the Fast of Gedalia, to
remind us of a crime committed by our an-
cient ancestors against an idealistic Jewish
leader. Gedalia ben Chikom. who was assas-
sinated in ancient Israel immediately after
the return from the Babylonian Exile. Then fol-
lows the Sabbath of Repentance, and then the
evening preceding Yom Kippur Eve with its
"kapores." or sacrilice of a fowl for human
sin.
The Jewish idea of sin and penitence con-
cerns not only the individual but also the com-
munity as a whole. In Judaism individual and
community are indissolubly linked, so that the
very prayers that are recited during these
Days of Penitence use the plural "we" instead
ol the singular "I"--"we have sinned, we have
done wrong." and so on. In that way Judaism
does not intend to shake off responsibility for
wrong-doing from the individual's shoulders
but rather to point out the necessity of creating
a communal climate, a humanly Jewish en-
vironment, in which the temptation to wrong-
doing on the part of the individual would be
greatly lessened.
Moreover, there may be sins of which the
community itself as an entity may be guilty.
Community leadership may sometimes be
very idealistic, concerned only with material
and welfare of each member of the commu-
nity and not with the welfare of its leaders.
But at other times such leadership may be
very materialistic, concerned only with selfish
aggrandisement on the part of the few who
are on top. In the latter case. Judaism blames
not only the few who exploit the many for
selfish purposes but also the many who allow
themselves to be thus exploited, who have
themselves shaken off religious idealism and
thus permitted the creation of a materialistic
climate of opinion of which they themselves
eventually become the victims.
A Jewish community that does not ade-
quately provide for its poor and sick is a sin-
ful one. A Jewish community that doesn't
make proper provision for the Jewish educa-
tion of its young and old is guilty of a trans-
gression and should lepent. A Jewish com-
munity that gives respect and recognition only
to its wealthy men. even though the philan-
thropic contributions ol some of the latter may
be ridiculously low in comparison with their
wealth, and fails to give respect and recog-
nition to its spiritual leadersits rabbis, its
teachers, its writers and artists has some-
thing to atone for. A Jewish community that
is so unsure of itself, of its religious-cultural
heritage and of the spiritual values that it is
supposed to represent, as to go fishing for ap-
proval from the outside, in and out of season
_^^_ community may be suffering from
<4
I
"... A Jewish community that (
proper provision for the Jew*.
of its young and old is guilty j]
gression. .
an inferiority complex, as wenyi
and may not be quite a healthy
doesn't see the necessity of restaj
respect it is also a sinful one.
We have many Jewish comnm_
United States today that are guiM
more of the above-mentioned ami
altogether too many communitim
ine that to give practical express!
Jewish beliefs it is only necessaryM
pensive, showy buildingss
centersin imitation of the ridel
churches, and that it isn't at all i
put spiritual content into these I
many communities naively imaged
Jewish youth of their localities will
pressed by the architecture of the i
or Jewish center that '.his alone I'
cient to keep them within the Jewiei|
many, alas, find no room in thekl
an adequately paid pidciiime^
teacher or a Jewish lecture or l
giving heavy mortgage payos*J
buildingstoo expensive in the i
as an ewuse.
And it's not only the spiritual j
young and old that remain
many an American Jewish i
Sometimes even the bodily needs l
whose care we American Jews boaq
remain unprovided for. We may 1
Jewish hospitals and we may be l
quate provision to find homes nl
Jewish orphans, but in a city lib"
containing nearly half of the \m
tion of the United States, there i]
lack of Jewish homes for the
smaller American Jewish
do make proper provision to
might very well chide New Yon I
shame it into creating many r*
homes. even though New Yorii
chide these communities for das.
about the Jewish education ot j
and old members.
The point of all the above si
Continued on
PH>C
GREETINGS
C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-6481
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flogler Street
PHONE 9-2291
isr wishes
Georgian Hotel
1*21 COllIMS AVINUE
out
ffUDi*
SEASOKS GREETINGS TO ALL
BARNHILL & SON
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
444 LA VILLA DRIVE. MIAMI SHU**
Phone W-3933
JANE
BARBARA
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY Njj^
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}ER 16- 1955
+Jewlst>fk*rMton
ar Secretary's Experience
IBERNARD G. RICHARDS
anniversary of the founding of the
Labor Zionist Movement for the
Palestine was recently observed with
tings in New York and other large
casion was further commemorated
of a two volume history of the
ed in Yiddish by the Yiddisher Kem-
. of stalwart and picturesque figures
f these pages, courageous spokesmen
hers for the cause of Zion.
trances recently held also brought
BJnfl dy before World War I when
in the struggle. Dr. Nachman
g'ui.shcd Yiddish writer, philosopher
bf labor, stirred masses of our people
I country to intense enthusiasm with
articles and lectures, especially
Ervently advocated the objectives of
|he Allies. Remembered particularly
jidrnt which was told by himself and
[to his voyage to Paris to attend the
nee of Versailles in 1919 as a dele-
American Jewish Congress, the or-
then undertook the task of cham-
rights in Europe and the restora-
in'
Inc.
the gentle scholar, travelled with
ate from the American Jewish Con-
Peace ('(inference and his companion
tr fame as labor leader, welfare work-
btable Joseph Barondess, an earlier
United States was in fact the pioneer
abor in the great needle industry of
man who rose from the submerged
d pulled his exploited and bewilder-
kcr.s out of the squalid sweatshops
icht <>t modern factories and better
itinn- So phenomenal was his rise
(I mi dramatic the events leading up
st iliministrations, strikes and tri-
Edward King. English-born writer,
irter "ii the old New York World
the theme of a novel, perhaps the
nl ih. East Side Ghetto published in
Itatr- "Joseph Zalmonah," issued by
i.inl. Huston. 1893. Zalmonah was
Joseph Barondess and he and his
were but thinly disguised by
bor who, fascinated by the sights
.in exotic settlement in the midst of
rk. became a frequent visitor to the
home and the friend and benefactor
In his later career as civic leader
or manj public causes new honors
ndess and the late Mayor William J.
1U appointed him a member of the
ard nl Education. (Reappointed by
urro) Mitchell in 1914.)
had (nine here with a European
publu-i-t. essayial and lecturer, hav-
wits with Israel Zangwill, Dr. Max
Chaini Wt itzmann, and other spokes-
at International Zionist Congresses.
nctly the intellectual, shy, retiring
ring nl words. Barondess was pal-
tionalist; enthusiastic, effusive, flow-
rance Notwithstanding the contrast
. they were the staunchest friends
in travelling together on a great *
mission, being part of a larger dele-
persons that proceeded abroad in
BBS,
th nun took part in the episode that
ded. Syrkin played the subordinate
role first as interlocutor, and then as narrator who
provided the climax to the story.
They were erstwhile aliens whose cradles had
stood in far off Ukraine and Lithuania, who long
felt so strange here and during the trying years
of adjustment shared the handicaps of all the hosts
of America's adopted sons; but their eyes moisten-
ed as the great steamer Aquitania pulled out of
New York's harbor and they saw the last vanishing
peaks of the towering structures that rimmed the
skyline of the metropolis. And it was Barondess
who was overcome with sadness as his cherished
haunts and the scenes of his great achievements
were left behind. To overcome the gloom which
possessed him. he sought closer intercourse with
his companion and the streams of conversation
flowed more profusely than ever.
Naturally the two friends who not only shared
many interests but who cherished identical enthu-
siasms for the causes to which they were devoted,
spent a lot of time together discussing and debat-
ing matters that were close to their hearts. The
voyage to England, the few days spent together in
the same hotel in London, and then the trip across
the English Channel to France were largely spent
in discussions and the exchange of views and ex-
periences. Barondess was the better talked; Syrkin
Touro Synagogue in Newport, R.I. This
House of Worship symbolizes the Jewish
accommodation in the United States and
the Jew's contribution to the Land of the
Free. Wherever he has gone in his exile,
the Jew has left his markbut no stronger
anywhere than in America, where he has
been closest to home in his myriad travels.
His praise of this nation is therefore never
too great. _______________
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le fo your design
"9 wearing
Economical
tolorful
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lufacturers
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3-4951
0
MR. and MRS. J. SCHERZER
of ffce
Parkway Prime
Meat Market
14 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph.ne 9-0961
With mil their friends and patron*
a Happy and fratparamt New Ytmr
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AHD PATRONS
Sherry
Pharmacy
11671 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 84-5405
MR. and MRS. ERNEST SHERRT
Florida State
Exterminating Co.
MR. AND MRS. BEN NIREN
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
1602 LENOX AVENUE
MIAMI REACH
Phone JE 1-0219
A Happy and Prosperous New
Year To All My Friends
and Patrons
If a rri# J. Sonz
REALTOR Md SAlfS PIKSONNtL
1S95 Washington Avenue
Pk*M Jl 1-6623
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GREETINGS
HOWARD BACKUS
TOWING LIGHTERING
WHOLESALE SAND CRANE RENTAL
1201 N.W. South River Dr. P. O. Box 681 Miami 4, Florida
Yard Phono 3-5019 Residence Phono PL 7-1042
MIAMI 4. FLORIDA
/
On Miami Beach Call JE 1-0166 for NEON SIGN SERVICE
SALES SERVICE REPAIRS DESIGN and ERECTION
ABC NEON CO.
741 5th STREET MIAMI REACH
Emersoa Service A Repairs
To All Happy New Year ,
AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE
Restaurant Equipment Reliable Experienced
3450 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3-7270
A Happy New fear fo file
Jewish Community
J. E. LUDICK
12389 N.E. 6th AVENUE. NORTH MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
UNITED TOURS
329 E. FLAGLER STREET
PHONES 2-8200 9-0603
Bob Bellchambers
TO ALL ... A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Julius Jay
Perlmutters
.--.
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIE\DS
Biscayne Eleetrie Co.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
S09 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami Phone 2-2351
To Our Many friends,
Patrons and Acquaintances...
SEASON'S BEST WISHES

Ralph H. Schneeloch & Son
FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS
(Manufacturers' AftNfJ
1740 Alton Road
Miami Beach


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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Hurst Drilling A Equipment Co.
SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776
_ Miami. Florida
1429 N.W. 7th Avenue
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GREETINGS
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N.E.Ilth Street Phone 3-3108
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
I iVAllits PBOBICE CO.
1227 N.W. 21st STREET
PHONE 2-4860
MR. and MRS. AL BtKMAN of the
HI-GRADE FOOD CO.
1733 N.W. 7th Ave. MIAMI Phone 9-8456
fxtend Best Wishes To All Their Friends and Patrons Tor A Happy Ne Tear
Cooper Motor Sales, Inc.
YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER
1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES
PHONE HI 8-8704
THE KEYS ARE WAITING!
DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET' SHOW CAR TODAYI
SERVICE
QUALITY
GOOD WILL
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block
1601-1619 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 36. Florida Phone 2-1796
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
Best Wishes To All For
The New Year Holidays
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BLDG.
Main OHice
Branches: Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach
PHONE HI 4-1601
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP MOTOR CO.
Since Rosh Hashona 5715
By I. M. GREEN
last September, eommencement of the Jewish
.a rWW marked the opening of the nat.onwirle
,n what is now the
United States. In
October. President
Eisenhower adclress-
1 dinner in New
York, and the cole-
bratioai then took
mi greater momen-
tum.
In bMt 250 Am-
en..hi ritiev may-
urs joiflod local
'ewish community
leaden t<> mark the
300th birthday of
the world's largest
Jewish community.
ftovernon in a num-
Jacob f. lavitt
. Attorney General
l>er of itattt proclaimed their formal participation.
scheduled special Tercentenary assemblies in their
capital-, and convened special meetings of promi-
nent citizenry in celebration. The celebrations,
which took varioOJ forms, were geared to a single
theme Man Opportunities and Responsibilities
Under Freedom." Before the eight-month ceie-
hration ended in May. President Eisenhower again
spoke to American Jewry at the dedication of the
new home of the Washington Hebrew Congrega-
tion
At the beginning of the Jewish year, it was an-
nounced that 13 states and 30 cities in the U.S.
now have fair employment laws. Later on, a Fair
Employment law was passed by the Michigan State
Legislature. It was learned, however, that racial
and religious prejudice in this country is far from
dead. Discrimination in hiring was still strong in
some large cities such as Chicago and Ia>s Angeles,
while three-quarters of some 125 colleges surveyed
had done nothing to eliminate discrimination in ad-
missions to fraternities and sororities.
The November elections brought two Jews to
the U.S. Senate for the first time in 43 years
Richard L. Neuberger of Oregon having been elect-
ed in addition to Herbert H. Lehman of New York.
a hold-overand 11 Jewish members of the House
of Representatives, all of them Democrats. In
Addition. Abraham A. Ribicoff. Democrat, was
elected Governor of Connecticut, while Jacob K.
Javits. former Republican Congressman, was
chosen Attorney General of New York.
At the General Assembly of Jewish religious
leaders, which was sponsored by the Synagogue
Council of America, a statement was issued warn-
ing that "unless the synagogue retains or regains
its primacy, Jewish lite is bound to atrophy and
Jews and Judaism are likely to perish." The state-
ment called for "the restoration of the synagogue
to centrality in organized Jewish life in America."
That American Jews "overwhelmingly" wish
to retain their Jewish identity, and that native-
born Jews display a marked rise of interest in
their religion, were among the conclusions reached
by a group of social scientists at the Tercentenary
Conference on American Jewish Sociology, held
in December. The conference also revealed that
the great majority of U.S. Jews have a favorable
attitude toward Israel, but have little if any desire
to live there.
In January the case of Wolfe Ladejinsky, the
Jewish agronomist for the U.S. Government in
Tokyo who was fired from that post by the Agri-
culture Department on the grounds th-.
security risk.1 caused an uproar,, '
minded Americans; Jews and nonj*
connection with Ladejinsky* lUsrn^ J
Smith, executive assistant to Secretary
ture Bonson. released to reporters Tk 1
White Russian emigre, applauding the
Department's action and containing
Semitic remarks. Jewish organiatio?-
strong protests. Finally, Harold SUsVJ
the Foreign Operation, AdministratkT-
that he had hired Ladojin-la to do a \S.
job in South Viet Nam. since his agenrVkiJ
investigated Ladejinsky and had found
be loyal.
During the same month, Presided
appointed Maxwell Abb. II. Chicago JeJ
as chairman of i nev.U en ited five-mernjl
mittee to prevent discrimination in hirWj
ing procedures against governraew3
basis of religion, race or national origin
weeks later, the National Council of the i'
of Christ, in a Brotherhood Month ^
35,000,000 members in various Protenaw
denounced race prejudice as a "-in"
The shortage of rabbi- in the United1,
"the greatest problem facing American'
it was declared at the mid winter conferenai
Jewish Theological Seminary in Februarv
ferences of Jewish educator- and social'
in Atlantic City, several months later, i"i
critical shortage of Hebrew teachers aaij
social workers was noted.
In February, too. there were protests kj
groups, as well as by the New York kaL
Union, against the U.S. tour of the Berk]
phony Orchestra under the direction of M
von Karajan and under the management
hardt von Westerman, both of whom had m
records. A series of anti-Semitic threats i
newly-settled Jewish residents of East
Mass... ended happily with a demonstration
will toward Jews on the part of the ChruuJ
munity there.
The largest and most widely repr
gathering of American Jewi-h leadership L
years gathered in Washington in March ui|
ed a five-point program for 'the attain
peace, development and defense in the
East." The program was at sharp variaaeri
the views
at the coafa
John D.
Deputy
Secretary a*]
and hn dj
George V.
Assistant
of State H
B .-ten
However,
ba-.-ador
told the
that United 1
friend-hip
rael's flnajp
liance. tall
sionil
ments H
manent dn
The re
of the
Drive i
try w
.. in Mar*
"m,'0,'r Mon.or,
NoroU Sfossen
Continued on P "C
Best Wishes
fara
Happy Now y(ar
APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE
3582 N.W. 22.ia AVENUE
Ttl. 44 2017
for! WhiUard
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FR
Adams Glass Service
1919 Purdy Acenue, Miami Beach
Phoot&l
GREETINGS
DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS
WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS
519 N.W. 23rd Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. Bdldi COIFFURE DESIGNER
Miracle Mile, Cerol Cables. Ph. HI 6 2565
13 hundred, little River. h. 84 9525
BOOT BEAUTIFKATION STUDIO
ferty-ene, Miami Beach. Mi. JE I 6531
I Oil ||
loltaniH's
MNE CUSTOM TAIL0I
"Tfce Original John Johannes"
Export Alterations
Our New Location:
2292 C0IAI WAY
Phone Nl A-1S7
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L grPTEMBEK 16, 1955
-JtnlsfiricrM&n
hat of the Next Century?
PAGE 9 C
By BARNETT R. BRICKNE*
i ^centenary celebration which has oc-
L, attention of the American Jewish com
l'Lughoul .he past year is now over It
iinil thai we should turn our thoughts
Lure and peculate on what lies ahead for
["h comn.un.ty in the next, the fourth cen-
fn we
jews came to these shores in 1654,
I ,.,.,,, stuyvesant that we would al-
TTcwe of our own poor. We have not only
L, promise in the United States but alt over
jid In fact, philanthropy has been our
Lcem. It has cost over three hundred
^1,.,, to take care of the vast Jew-
. or(i national and overseas re-
hdp with the e-ta!)li>hment of the Jewish
f Israel: t<> defend ourselves against anti-
our religious needs. In the
tars iin- has mounted to .over one
dollar-, exclusive of money which Jews
ntributeil l" the general Community Chests
en estimated that the average Jew gives
jx lime- a- much to charity as the average
r. This generosity does not mean that Jews
tt than other people, but that tradition
ditioned them with a stronger sense of so-
onsibilitj and a keener emotional response
n need- And certainly these needs have
dd-shakinn in the last two decades.
that the needs of Jewish life are changing
thropy need not play so important a role.
-ason- are main First, immigration, the
single factor in our philanthropic program.
ually cea-cd Jews now established here
come self-supporting. Secondly, the gov-
t. with its vast program of social security
he cradle to the grave," is easing the bur-
private philanthropy. In the third place.
has become virtually judenrein; Hitler
war took eare of that. There remains only
ind the tragic plight of the eight hundred
d Jews in North Africa, many of whom will
l!y be resettled in Israel.
te the present tensions, I believe the
ior!d will come to appreciate that the Jews
ice-loving, not belligerent and that they are
to stay, .1- guaranteed under the UN
: that the) do not mean to expand their
frontiers nor will they permit their con-
that they are a tremendous asset for
ey and economic improvement; that Jews
bs are of the same race; that Israel does
t to be an island in an Arab sea, but inte-
into the Near F.ast; in other words, that
nd Jews need each other. This most Arab
know, hut lor reasons of "saving face" are
prepared to acknowledge. Ultimately, then,
. durable peace is inevitable.
. still an infant state, will need our nurs-
many years to come. It is remarkable how
i> already been accomplished with so little.
ike it has ever been achieved in history.
it I-rael i- destined to grow into a coromu-
two to three million self-sustaining Jews,
^11 make their contribution to Jewish life
mankind.
hundred years from now, I believe, there
two great Jewish centers in the world
and Israel; America, predominantly a re-
center, and Israel, a sovereign nation with
W destiny which God alone has in store
to be a light unto the nationsan "or
of world war and Arab-Israeli war. both
?" I do not believe will come to pass, Amer
Tradition has conditioned the Jew to a
strong sense of social responsibility and a
keen emotional response to human need.
Oved Ami (left). Mayor of Nathanya, Israel,
looks on as Joe Weinstein, chairman of
Mays Department Stores, signs new agree-
ment establishing the Joe Weinstein Fund
in Israel. It has been estimated that the
average Jew gives about six times as much
to philanthropy as his average neighbor.
ican Jewry will become more homogeneous. It will
have the opportunity to look inward, to appraise
itself, and to realize that its future will be that of
a religious community. I say religious, and not
theological, advisedly, for traditionally Judaism
has always encompassed the whole of life.
The vast number of synagogues, temples,
schools and community centers being erected to-
day are an indication of this trend. In the frame-
work of religion, the Jew can express what is
highest and finest in his being and make his
greatest spiritual contribution to America. This
Jewish return to religion comes at a time when
there is a resurgence of faith among all free pop-
ple, and I believe that Jews will be in the van-
guard of those leading humanity back to God.
God started a new experiment on this conti-
nent, and the Jews fitted His pattern. St. John
Crevecoeur, living in George Washington's time
wrote prophetically in his Letters to an American
Farmer: "Here individuals of all nations are melt-
ed into a new race of men." And here I foresee
out of the Jewish melting pot a new American
Jew arising. In his veins runs the blood of all the
Jews who settled hereSpanish and English and
German and Dutch and Russian and Polish. His
children and grandchildren and great-grandchil-
dren will have none of the ghetto characteristics
of their forefathers. They will be tall and broad-
shouldered, even blond, keen of mind, and what is
more important, emotionally secure. They will
not be afraid or ashamed of being Jews, for they
will be deeply rooted in America. This is the land
for which their fathers died. And these new
American Jews will have a hunger to know more
about their religion and to transmit it to their
children. I look for American Jewry to develop a
Golden Age of learning and religious culture that
should outstrip even that of Babylon and Spain.
No soil has ever been so favorable as America for
this purpose. Here we have a tradition of sympa-
Continued on Pag* 11 C
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American Jewry looks toward the New Year
wiSTEU tnat Washington offld-J-
act.on to remedy events s.nce last ^ Hajona
that have increased Israels isolation .nd pent.
I m year the State Department proclaimed that
it ;. sohm, the Near Eastern situation by
granting arms to
Iraq, one <>f 'he
nm-t zealous of Is
rael'l enemies The
Department gave
vague assurances
thai this would be
(or the good of all
because it was hop-
ed Iraq would QS>
i,nd the area
igalnnt Commu-
nism. Iraq, howev-
er, served open no-
tice that its Num-
her One Enemy"
v\.i- Nrael.
The State Depart-
ment, which claims
it has an "impar-
tial" policy in the
Near East, contin- ""
j .u- .!>., i teceaa round
ued for the third
consecutive year to ignore Israels application for
military aid Rep John W. McCormack, House
Majority Leader, charged that Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles" "impartial" policy was one
of "ignominious failure." He said that it "has
supplied the Arab leaders with a rationale for the
continuance Oi their intransigent attitudes and
actions."
Republican! as well as Democrats challenged the
administration policy Sen William Langer, North
Dakota Republican, criticized the administration
for supporting Arab dictators He asked: "Can
anyone find in these ill considered, childlike ac
Lions any justification for faith in ... the future""'"
Egyptian Premier Carnal Abdal Nasser grimly
ed of a second round'' against Israel. But
the state Department nevertheless observed that
"we find no evidence that any Arab stale Is cap-
able or desirous <>( sustaining an aggressive move
against Israel Shortly thereafter the Egyptian
armj intensiiied aggressive actions to narrnas
Israel Negev settlements along the Gaza strip.
George V. Allen, who replaced Henry A Byroade
Assistant Secretary of state for Near Eastern
Affairs, showed a greater inclination to consider
the Israel viewpoint But the one sided arms policy
continued and Israel found itself barred from an
emerging network ol Near Eastern defense alii-
ances supported by the United states As the year
--ed Zionist- Mid others presented the idea
that it would mutually serve Israel and American
purposes If the tw>> country entered a security
accord The State Department, however, indicated
thai it would do nothing along this line that might
offend the Arabs,
The Department indicated a tendency to ex-
ploit alleged Israel "reprisals'" as an excuse to
avoid revision of policies causing tension. Depart-
mental thinkers maintained that Israel was in no
danger from the Arabs and that the arming of the
Arabs against Communism was of paramount im-
portance.
Quick action was taken by the State Department
when the United Nations found fault
on Frontier infractions. But little not *th H.
when the Arabs were blamed The re?**'^
be found in the fundamental strategy f ""C
diplomacy simed at "winning the Arabs'A*8^
One diplomatic source said "fatel l
pocket and there is no doubt of her link"
West; therefore, we must please the a"?'
bring them over to our side."
This, he said, would eventually benefit
The American policy as he explained it ^
focus Arab hostility away from Israel and to
Communism. Such expediency did not m]
Zionists who could see little justice in the!
pursuit of Arab favor at the expense of la
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chairman of the l
tive committee of the Zionist Organizauto
America, expressed the thinking of many _
He said "a full explanation of the Admmistn
Middle Eastern policy and course of action m
overdue." He said "To temporize is only to i
vate a critical situation which is rapidly deta
ing."
He recalled that many months before ifci
ministration through its authorized
promised to reconsider American official poliqi
ward Israel and to announce in due coutv fci
suit of such a re-examination. Dr. Neumann
"We take the liberty of reminding the Ad
tion that this promise is still unredeemed.!
and then there are signs of a sounder and i
realistic approach to the problem but thus lat|
State Department has not come up with any]
calculated to remedy the dangerous situation..]
The State Department played a role in the
tinuation of economic and technical assistance
Israel. Zionist -
viewed this appreci-
ation and were
quick to acknowl-
edge that generous
American aid, out-
side the military
category, did much
to make the state
secure.
Late Spring
brought hope that
the easing of East-
West tension would
be reflected in a
glowing of the tern
po in which the
Arabs were being
courted. It was felt
that a more stable
world situation
would bring about a
relaxation of American
Dr.
fmonuel HurnoM
. iroir.ist i
V ,i Beaten
which, though aimed at Communism, evolved|
directly to the detriment of Israel.
Fundamentally. Israel agreed with Ame*j
jectives. Israel's friends in Washington freqsr
stressed this But Israel was troubled by theI
tics used to achieve these objectives
An underlying affinity and strong bondsoji
ual esteem linked America and Israel so sM
that proponents of the Israel view anfr[L
partment policy makers differed on approacimj
not on the ultimate objectives The fW
differences but it also brought greater und
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PAGE 11C
FcflMPLEX PANORAMA ICE ROSH HASHONA 5715
Continued from Pa* C
f the Bond Drive s.nee 1951. stepped down
in loseph J Schwartz, retiring head of the
U Jewish Appeal, became head of the new
organization.
mrt the end of that month. American Jewry
Un her important victory against anti-Semi-
rhen a ju- > a Newark. N.J.. court handed
$30000" award against Conde McGinley.
k.a 2 the anti-Semitic sheet "Common
t" for libelling Rabbi Joachim Prinr of New-
Tnr Prinz had brought suit because the paper
referred to him as Ted Rabbi Dr. Joachim
I who not unlike Albert Einstein, was ex
L from Germany for revolutionary, Commu-
lactivitics."
e death in April of Dr. Albert Einstein,
jfamous scientist, humanist and philosopher.
Cm regarded as the greatest man of his gen-
CTjUrred American Jewry deeply. At memo-
Metingc I,ur on- Einstein's steadfast loyalty
, Jewish people and to Jewish spiritual values
Emphasized.
Lie mourning the passing of Einstein. Jews*
ins and other countries took pride ix the
tement of Dr. Jonas E. Salk, Jewish medical
ireher. in pre
a vaccine
would eradi
[the dread polio
I Alter his
iry "\er |>o!io
lannounced. Dr.
who had re-
la Jewish edu-
at the Bronx
Eh (enter, was
ered with hon-
later, it was learned that Sen. Watkins' bill incor-
porating President Eisenhower's program, for re-
vising the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. is having
tough sledding on Capitol Hill.
At the conference of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council in June, one of the
problems raised was the shift of Jewish population
to the suburbs. This, it was said, creates new op-
portunities for bettering groups relations, but it
may also create hostility.
The proposal that women be ordained as Re-
form rabbis, made by Rabbi Barnctt Brickner,
president of the Central Conference of American
Rabbis, at its convention in June, aroused interest
throughout American Jewry. Reform leaders were
divided on the subject.
tdward Cersi
. the people bock him
I May. the eon
on of the If.1I1
Assembly of
rica heard a
Mng that inter-
liage. divorce,
lerence and m
fcce threaten
foundation- 0!
life in this
py. The As-
|y was told bj
Reuben M
that Jewish
ly service agencies, like those serving other
s, "are overburdened with tremendous case
and never-ending waiting lists."
(ward the end of May, Rep. Eugene Siler,
Mky Republican, again introduced in Con-
I an amendment to the Constitution to recog-
Ihe "law and authority" of Jesus Christ. The
p>ed new amendment was identical with one
heed 1 year 1 arlier by Republican Sen. Ralph
den oi Vermont, who later withdrew it.
prtj Catholic, Protestant and Jewish organ-
backinK Edward J. Corsi, ousted State De-
cent expediter of the refugee act, at a meet-
1 New York in June, asked for reform of both
JJcCarran Walter and Refugee Relief Acts.
peuberger told the rally that America's pres-
nmigration policy had destroyed the concept
; country as a haven of refuge for the perse-
of the earth, and said that the present law
1 work of men who think there is "some mag-
"Per-race ordained to rule mankind." A week
NEXT CENTURY
Continued from Page 9 C
thy and understanding for religious differences
that has never been known In the world before.
I foresee the emergence of a new Judaisman
American Judaism, which will not be Orthodox,
Conservative, or Reform in the patterns that we
now know them, but a fusion of the best in all of
them. Rationalism and progressive liberalism will
predominate; yet it will be warmed and enriched
by the fervor and color of traditional Judaism.
This new Judaism is being accelerated by the
movement to the suburbs. It has been estimated
that 1,200.000 Americans move to the suburbs
every year, and a very significant part of our young
Jewish population is represented in the forty mil-
lion who now live there. The whole of Jewish
life is inevitably being affected by suburban living.
The young people are not able to maintain three
different types of "religion," and they will have to
settle on the synagogue which will suit the ma-
jority. They are, for the most part, college-bred
and liberal in their thinking, free from the fanati-
cism of their immigrant forebears. They are re-
ligious trail-blazers, striking out on their own.
The future synagogue will be small, consisting
of several hundred families instead of thousands.
This will enable the rabbi and congregant to have
an intimate and personal relationship. He will be
their teacher in religion, their moral guide, their
counselor, and personal friend as well as communal
leader.
I foresee the synagogue restored to its former
centrality; everything Jewish will take place with-
in its confines. It will again become the tri-part
house it once was; the Beth Tefilah (the house of
prayer), the Beth Hamidrash (house of study), and
the Beth Am (meeting house), patterned very much
like the old New England meeting-house of Co-
lonial days.
I foresee a closer, more friendly relationship
between the synagogue and the church. Today
they are different, each going its own way. To-
morrow, though still different, they will walk ahd
work together in mutual understanding, with the
heightened purpose that together they must com-
bat the breakdown in private and public morale
and the anti-God philosophies.
As for anti-Semitism. I predict that it will
abate in this country. It may never disappear, be-
cause frustration, jealously, suspicion, the dislike
of the different are all part of human nature.
Happily, the climate of American public opinion
is such that it will not tolerate open and overt
anti-Semitism.
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Jewish history, a subject over which Rosh
Hashona afiords ample consideration. U
here part of Volume I of the first general
Hebrew encyclopedia now being prepar-
ed and published in Israel and presented
by Dr. Ben-Zion Dinur, Minister of Educa-
tion and Culture of the State of Israel, to
the presidium of the Hebrew
and Culture Association. Receir
volume during the Hebrew Yeai tj
eluded is Dr. Samuel K. Mirsky, i
of the presidium (left), Morris B. Hi
and Dr. Samuel M. Blumenfield, <
of the Department cf Education
ture of the Jewish Agency.
HEBREW FESTIVALSTHEIR LITERARY BACKGRI
Continued from Pooe 2 C
congregation responds "Amen" to his words, God
immediately destroys the adverse decree.
In engaging a cantor for the high holidays,
congregational committees are advised to face the
responsibility with grave serioumess in their effort
to please all the congregants. Jewish tradition has
set up certain basic requirements for a proper
ba'al T'filah during the High Holidays. He must
be a man of learning and pious of deed. It is sug-
gested that he be married, have children and be
at least 30 years old. These qualities are required
because they indicate that a person is usually ma-
tured under such circumstances.
It is even suggested that the chazan be a person
who has the capability of arousing people to de-
voutness with a joyful melody when required, and
with a sad melody when weeping is in order for
confession and repentance. However, it is also
urged that*the cantor not be a person who displays
his vanity through his chants.
The "Duties of the Heart" C'Chovot Ha-I'vavot"
by Judah Ibn Tibbon. Mosad Rav Kook edition p.
376) tells the following story: "A king was once
asked how he liked the chanting of a particular
cantor. It so happened that the cantor in question
had a sweet voice and his chants were skillfully
carried out
'How can Ins chanting be pleasing to me,' said
the kin, 'when he chants only for the purpose of
finding favor in my eyes and pleasing roe? If he
intended to aehieve only the favor of the Creator,
then his chanting would indeed be pleasing to
me.'"
'The same may be said of all
chanters of the liturgy who want to find I
the eyes of men but do not have God in i
prayers are not accepted by the Creator* 1
Often in the liturgy of Rosh Hukeaj
ence is made to the Covenant with Ah
have come to believe a great deal in Id
Merit of the Fathers, the principle till
blessed because of the achievements j
cert ore. The Talmud tells of an incident I
of this principle. On one of the
Israel sinned, while in the desert. Motel
fore God and uttered many prayers, bsi
his numerous petitions were not anserei|
he declared: 'Remember Abraham, bad
rael Thy servants" (Exodus 32:13). and ttj
was immediately listened to. (ShabbatT
That is why there is so much sig
the following words which are uttered i
Rosh Hashona eve penitential P"y*
ber the Covenant with Abraham and ttet
of Isaac and return the captivity of rtrj
Jacob and save us for the sake of Thy i
On Rosh Hashona. Jews appeal to *]
Abraham who was prepared to saenfice I
son to God. They also remembered tail
Hannah who gave up her seven sons. h>
moments she declared to her children:
say to Abraham your father, 'you navel
altar, but I have built seven altars" IC
And so on Rosh Hashona Jews, in I
Binding of Isaac and the saenfice* si
utter in their prayers thai they ha"
Continued on Pa* 1JC
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-JewlstiFhrMton
PAGE 13 C
BELIEF FUIMNM TO HIS HEART
Continued from P* 5 C
separated from the people I had
,i! my lit-
er's voico broke through the sharp
Li know what a Jew looks like?"
[ do, Mr. Gordon."
whger looked more closely at my
I'll bet you're a Jew.
[olad when my father hit him. For
lew minutes my father had the better
the other one was younqer. and my
on tired. As we walked out into the
it, I heard Coders call out, "The
i on me, folks."
u I wanted to go back and do some-
hat. I did not know, but I had to do
i. My father stopped me, and we
ne toqether. Closer to each other
[had ever been before, I understood
father meant when he kept saying
jiad run away, not that night, but 16
lore. He had done it for my sake, and
failure. When we walked into the
fcaw his face in the light, the face of a
old man, not the face of the father I
n and worshipped.
Coders held his rally Monday, L
vith my father in the store. All the
| was usually with were at the meeting
parents. None of the men who were
the store came, and not seeing
aring them was strange. My father
lot of ciqarettes that night, one after
\. Once he took a corn cob pipe from
ird back-stand, and smoked it for
3. When he put it down, he twisted
THE SHOE
Continued from Page 6 C
[the year, ct this solemn season of
stock-taking and penitence Jewish
fities ought to be made aware of their
jshortcominqs, their spiritual failure
J only another expression of the word
kd how importunt it is that they rectify
p. Surely in this blessed land of ours,
leat democratic country where Jews
ry opportunity to nurture, to develop
knsify their faith and culture and to
|an example of religious idealism to
i-Jewish neiglibors, in this land where
ce all the material means necessary
^te Judaism, it should not be too hard
| amends for the mistakes and weak-
Tie sins and transgressions of the im-
post.
-He, the true meaninq, of
Yom Kippur and of the
lOt rnmAa in hAluraon* T.o*
the message
phona, of Yom Kippur and of the
Ipenitence that comes in between: Let
p up enough will power to erase both
Pi and communal errors and sins, for
la reciprocal influence between indi-
pa community. It is on this philoso-
communal as well as individual re-
y that Judaism rests.
his lips into wry 8milej and cou,d t
barely hear him whisper bitterly, "Conform-
ity!


We cfefced late that night.
Tuesday. I couldn't go to school, and when I
told my father that, he said nothing-he only
nodded his head. I was in the back of the store
eating supper when my father's three old
friends came in. At first they talked only about
the ordinary things, but soon they told my
fother about the rally. Coders wanted every-
one to join what he called the American
America Alive Association, but no- one they
said, except old Tom Greentree even thought
of joining it.
"He went too far about the Jews." they said.
"Of course we don't tar much to the Jews-
no offense meant Gordon, you're all right-
but what the heck, no matter how much we
dislike them, a man's reliqion is his own affair,
and we've got to keep it that way."
In school Wednesday, something was
wrongeverything was strange. Although I
felt as I had felt the night Coders started talk-
ing in the saloon, everything seemed remote.
Miss Leslie, my English teacher, had to call
my name twice before I answered to it. As I
walked home, I knew this would always be,
because of a religion I did not know; because
of the Jew in my heart.
I was glad when my father told me he had
sold the store, that we were moving to New
York, from where he came. A week later, we
rode away from the strangeness of Nebraska
to the familiarity of New York.
The memories of Nebraska were strong.
Yet New York was home.
But when someone asked me why I talked
in the "funny" way I did, I replied proudly,
"I come from Nebraska," feebly plucking at
the Jew in my heart.
U.S. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota
(left) addressed a United HIAS Service cam-
paign dinner during 5715. Shown with Ben
Touster, president of the international
agency, he discussed steps planned to re-
introduce in Congress a "model" immigra-
tion bill which would eliminate the inequi-
ties of the McCarran-Walter Act. The spirit
of this controversial law reflects the spirit
of bigots who speak too hastily of "inter-
national bankers and communists."
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tf
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ft SECRETARY OF WAR *HD HIS STRflNEEEXPEBl
16,
Continued from P9 7 C
the better listener, but each one was fully bent on
stating hii m* and ne,,hpr would ,brok *"y rt
rtraJlit; R0 the talk flowed on qu.te freely, though
one-sidedly at times.
Beroodes* felt lonesome and homesick from
the moment he left our shores and to console him-
self he dwelt considerably on his home, his family
Bnd above all his love of America. Naturally. Dr.
Syrkin. who later told me this story, while we
were together in Paris, sympathized with his friend
more acutely than he confessed, and certainly-
shared Barondess- enthusiasm for America. The
talk repeatedly shifted to personal feelings and
experiences and the philosopher was quite ready
not only to sympathize with but to console the
orator.
Mr. Barondess manifested his discomforts inci-
dent to travelling, his unease and disclocation by
complaining about the things which displeased
him. and that was nearly everything; the sleeping
accommodations, the food, the service, the slow
pace of the conveyances. To complete the indict-
ment, he only had to emphasize the reverse of the
picture and one did not need the technique of an
orator like our lamented friend to make the criti-
cism stand out. The contrast to everything that
seemed to go wrong was. of course. America, the
home of mechanical perfection and physical ac-
commodation and every experience became all
the more dismal by comparison with conditions
at home.
The entire trip was therefore one peon of
praise; Barondess, with the finest devotion and
ardor, extolling and lauding all things American.
all its bounty of physical comforts and spiritual
expensiveness. On the train from Boulogne to
Pans, the travellers did not fare any better. The
train was crowded with many persons rushing to
Europe after the armistice, for the first time in
years.
At lunch time, a long line of passengers waited
to get into the dining car. Dr. Syrkin and Mr.
Barondess were finally shoved to a table which
they shared with two other men One was a short
middle-aged, greying person with a large head, of
impressive appearance. The other was a tall
younger man. typically Anglo Saxon, less reserved
and of a more friendly manner.
It i- not clear whether Mr Barondess took the
two companions f<>r Englishmen or for other na-
tionals from the Continent; but they were strang-
er-, anyway, absorbed in their own conversation
ed on m undertones, eaail) drowned by the
rumbling of the movinj train.
But there wai no eoft-pedaHni for Mr Baron*
I pecillly when he had something to protest
nd b) antitheses lomething to extoU. As
the service In the train vaa rather slow and the
"'i t.....I "I til Indifferent quality our friend
went on m the usual -tram invoking the splendid
comforts, the dining and lounging accommodations
Offered to the traveller by the railroads in the
United Stab
Mr Barondess was, of course, all the time talk-
ing to Dr Syrkin, a most patient listener, and
therefore an excellent audience in himself, but the
world;
Israel lanamlll
. ratcRed wit* with kin
speaker did no.-
showed a
in,rest ig jj]
butaslhe '
ceeded a ('
in8 words
changed wit, |
"Th^ B OKI
in the
ondess said"
orators
relish of .,
nis resonait
rising m g,
whether he
to three
three tk
"one land
men are re*
and happy, wnere there is friendship Mb
fair play and justice, justice for all,
poor, and a chance to%ork, to advance to I
and live in peace. And that's the grand j
ous U.S.A.God's own country. As to
comfort, the enjoyment of perfect sertwii
ease, accommodations and pleasures funusJl
our inventive genius and mechanical achii
there is no land like it in the whole ui
"Isn't that right, doctor?"
"Certainly, certainly," returned Dr.
somewhat abashed by this vehement
before utter strangers.
When, however, towards the end of tat i
the elder of the two strangers lighted a eg
Mr. Barondess, with quick, impulsive
duced a cigar exclaiming enthusiastically, \
let me give you something to smokean,
cigar!" With gracious bow. hut consistent!
of wonds, was the offer accepted.
Pleasantries over and accounts with the i
having been settled, the diners moved oat dj
car and proceeded to their respective
compartments.
The older gentleman walked ahead. Mr
dess behind him still enlarging upon the i
of America. Next came the tall young maj
last. Dr. Syrkin. As the line moved fonrtrij
modest philosopher mustered sufficient
to inquire who his companion was.
'That gentlemen" said the young mini
I- Newton D Baker '
"The Secretary of War" asked Dr Syiiaj
credibly.
"The same," said the young man smilindjj
with apparent enjoyment of the surprise k|
duced.
For some little while alter that Dr Syi
in his compartment without saying a wottl
terious smile hoverinu ovei his feature-. Ihj
suddenly turned to Barondess sitting op
and asked: Do you know who the
is to whom you were lecturing on America?
Barondess was all curiosity When tbej
was divulged, he looked incredible and I
utterly unable to realize that such a thufi
happen. Then he recalled the resemblance*]
man to the printed pictures of the famous r
Mayor of Cleveland and later President
Secretary of War.
He burst out laughing, loud nd lonf-
Barondess could laugh
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?r* *
r*rz
FESTIMS THEIR LITERARY Bfflffll)
Continued from P9 12 C
(ens ,lf thousand* indeed millions of altars.
Krvr the unity Of God.
L Tor id reading on Rosh Hashona is taKen
[Lnesis 21 which tells how Sarah's prayers
(answered with the birth of h<* son. Isaac.
Ladv menlioned, Sarah's prayer was answer-
Tosh Hashona. The Haftorah, or Prophetic
L on the first day of Rosh Hashona tells of
fcrth of Samuel, whose mother's prayers were
Inswcred on Rosh Hashona.
ha- been a custom for many centuries for
living in village* and hamlets to come to
Ler town- and cities to observe Rosh Ha-
and Yoni Kippur. This is not so with the
[festival* and holidays. This custom is based
thought that "in the multitude of people
king's glory." The custom has its counter-
In secular life, too; for, when a king was
led. folk gathered in the capital from all parts
i kingdom to witness the ceremonies. And so
Hien Jews are ready to hail the king of kings;
gather in the large cities coming from the
and villages.
Iyer attitudes are manifested in various ways,
are some who pray silently. They do not
FIR'S MEANING
Continued from Pag* 3 C
[child does not grasp entirely the significance
Shofar-blowing, it will in the solemn at-
Jere that surrounds it realize that this is
king different from a tooting of the horn by
en out for a little fun and will be emo-
ly prepared to realize its spiritual signifi-
| in later years.
ofarblowing has been the inspiration of a
leal of Jewish artistic effort in recent times
aintings and plaques by distinguished artists.
i wonder, since it is one of the most inspiring
Dns in Jewish religious life which has pic-
Idrama. Ours is above all an ethical religion.
[too uses aesthetic meansdrama, music, art
pit it message across. The artist who uses
themes in his work cannot help but be
by the message as well as the means.
Continued from Pag* 4 C
hel's batteries pressed on Alexandria
tte Nazi Marshall, so sure of victory, ac-
M to the newspapers, was already pre-
to celebrate with a debauch at Shep-
Hotel in a few days. Rabbi Herzog
on a return journey to Palestine. The
at the time were giving serious con-
ation to the evacuation of Palestine.
I Halifax, British Ambassador to Wash-
i asked Rabbi Herzog if he was not ap-
nsive. "The land will not be conguered."
foe Chief Rabbi. "No third destruction
Fftoldby our prophets.**
stir from their place during the entire service
They are tranquil and utter their petitions in whis-
pers. There arc others, however, who cry out in
their prayers and even make strange gestures with
their eyes and hands and even with their entire
being.
Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov. founder of the
Chassidic movement, describes the latter type of
praying Jew in his volume "Keter Shem" Tov."
When a man is drowning in a river and splashes
about trying to pull himself from the waters that
overwhelm him. those who witness the scene cer-
tainly will not ridicule his splashing. So. when a
man prays with gestures, there is no reason to
make fun of him, for he is trying to save himself
from the raging waters that engulf him and dis-
tract him from his prayers.
The blowing of the Shofar on Hash Hashona is
inspired by many ideas. The keynote is set by the
following verse: "With trumpets and sounds of
the Shofar shout ye before the King, the Lord"
(Psalms 98:6). The most common significance of
the Shofar is that it recalls the ram which was sac-
rificed instead of Isaac. Many are the traditions
connected with the Shofar. The Torah was given
to the sounds of the Shofar, as indicated by the
verse: "And when the voice of the Shofar waxed
loader and louder" (Exodus 19:19). The walls of
Jericho fell to the sounds of the Shofar: "And it
came to pass, when the people heard the sound of
the Shofar, that they shouted with a great shout,
and the wall fell down flat" (Joshua 6:20). The
Messiah will be heralded with the sounds of the
Shofar "and the Lord will blow the Shofar" (Zech-
ariah 9:14). Tradition has it also that, when the
exiles of Israel are gathered, it will be to the
sounds of the Shofar. "And it shall come to pass
in that day, that a great Shofar will be blown; that
they shall come that were lost in the land of
Assyria and they that were dispersed in the land
of Egypt; and they shall worship the Lord in the
holy mountain at Jerusalem" (Isaiah 27:13).
Maimonidcvs, the famed Jewish philosopher who
stands out as one of the leading cedifiers of Jewish
law, vividly points to the significance of the Shofar
blowing ceremony: "Awake, O ye sleepers," he
writes, "awake from your slumber, and rouse from
your lethargy. Scrutinize your deeds and return
in repentance. Remember your Creator, ye who
forget eternal truth in the trifles of the hour, who
go astray all your years after vain illusions which
can neither profit nor save. Look well into your
souls and mend your ways and your actions; let
each of you forsake his evil path and his unworthy
purpose, and return to God ,so that He may have,
mercy upon you" (Hilchot T'Shuvah III, 4).
The ideological principles of the High Holidays
are impressive. The Midrashic elements have con-
tributed much to the observance of these days in
which the Jew has found much spiritual security.
They have always helpe*d Jews develop the sense
of belonging to the Eternal People. The folk tales
and parables, the commentaries and ethical homi-
lies have preserved those who observe the holy
days with that spiritual armor with which Jews
have sustained themselves nigh on to forty cen-
turies.
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MR. A1VB MRS. IIi:\.l A .111 \ UIIMU
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Extend to their many friends
Best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year

TO ALL A HAPPY
HOUDAY
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COUNCILMAN and MRS. HAROLD SHAPIRO
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH JO THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY
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Extend Best Wishes for A Nappy New Year
Season's Greetings To All Our Friends and Patrons
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Davis Boiler A Iron Works, Inc.
BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS
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Reconditioned Boilers for Sale and Repairs Day or Night Anywhere.
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Gifts Stationery Candies
Greetings
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THE HUB
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BEST WISHES FOR A
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INC.
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Phono 89-1661
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS.
RELATIVES AND
ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
31 r. A Bin.
Ilarrv W. WhlN
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MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS
owners of ffco
Royal Hungarian Kosher Restaurant
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Wish Their Many friends, Pofroniiors mni
fellow Jews, whtrtvtr ffcey may be,
A VIRY HAPPY, PKOSPUOUS AND UDUMIMG NtW ffA*
Happy New Year To You and Tours
RAYMER'S CUSTOM BAKERY
STAR OF DAVID BRAND RYE
and PUMPERNICKLE
1171 S. W. 8th STREET
Phone 3 1653
TO All...
A MOST HAPPY NEW TEAR
THOMPSON BURLAP
BAG COMPANY
BUY and SELL
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Phone 88 6047
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Phone PL 8 0979
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Phone MO 7-3602
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4720 LE JEUNE ROAD
Phone MO 1-0404
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Wintcrhavcn
Hotel
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Phone IE 1-5571
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m RELIGIOUS ART
MIAMI, FLORIDA
(ewklbJEII-oicildlilaiR
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1955
SECTION D
THE WRITER'S TABLET
SINCE 5715
ewish Art Vision Through The Ages
[dolman's Pipe
& Stool Co.
and
ithan Adelman
larlos Adelman
[v Covorman
AND FAMILIES
EXTEND TO ALL
U HAPPY NEW YEAR
SON'S cmriNGS
JIRE'S PURE OIL SERVICE
fitmptntts it Our Motto
4 Service Repair Work
Tire and Batttry Service
Celled lor and Delivered fret
3721 W. FIAGLER STREET
Phone 831407
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cmplete Abstract and
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PLANT IN
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1630 Lenox Avenua
MIAMI BEACH
IIITIN G |
tadio Doctors
y.h Miami (oral Gables
Southwest Sec tier*
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15736 S. KM HIGHWAY
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5715 will go down in American Jewish history
as a particularly fruitful and eventful year in the
fine arts field. Tins is laigely due to the fact that
within the framework of the Tercentenary cele
brations, three major exhibitions in New York
and scores of smaller ones in cities from Maine to
California revealed to the public the genius of
our painters, sculptors, graphic artists and skilled
craftsmen. There was the imposing "Contemporary
Fine Arts Exhibit'' which opened at Now York's
Riverside Museum, and later toured the country.
It provided an extensive survey of the major art is
tic trends in mld-20th century America, and con
Uined examples of work on a high level of taste
and craftsmanship.
While all of the artists were Jews, no stipula-
tion was made on "Jewish" subject matter, and
artists were free to submit landscapes, portraits,
still lifes, or complete abstractions. Thus even
artists who never concerned themselves with the
so-called Jewish motif were able to show. Such
an exhibition calls for much preparatory spade-
work: artists far and near had been invited to
send in work for the consideration of a jury: out
of nearly eight hundred pieces submitted, sixty-
eight oils, water colors, pastels and gouaches, as
well as sixteen sculptures were selected. Celebri-
ttM such as Gross, Levine. Lipschitz. Rattner.
Shahn, Zorach were represented, but there were
also younger men and women, who had only re-
cently begun to show, or had never been appreci-
ated publicly before, and to see their fresh and
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x Dm Ne Vei appro;,,!..
., me booki ofJewirt
.,, Lhal were issued from Roth Hanhona to
itlscompirativelj simpleto refuto
,he skeptics who claim that AjnericanJewWi in- ,,ant rccreatjon ,
..* ... *. ,r,l,. All hiiiiuh
"a to I
erary creath ity i- none
Joteph Vhrttl
?nr
nt or -tonic Although
it i- loo laborious
nnd dull to
point to more
than 100 titles of
geritllne Jewish
value, it is a hit
easier and palat-
able to survey
the books one
critic placed on
his shelf during
the past year and
said to himself.
These books
are worth keep-
ing and re-
reading."
On my own
shelf I have more
than a score of
such books. With
due apologies to
volumes I may
have missed or,
for one reason or another, failed to include on my
permanent bookshelf. I am prepared to state that
those books I have placed on that valuable shelf
are well worth any reader's time, be he expert or
just a reader who likes a good book.
First, to the ereative work, the fiction. It
should be stressed at this point, too, that nearly
all the books mentioned here were published by
major American publishing firms and placed on
the eompetitive market not as "Jewish"' books, but
a- books No doubt many of them sold poorly.
which is the fate of many fine books, as well as
poor ones Yet somewhere, a publisher had faith
in the quality of each >>l these titles In itself, this.
too, is worth comment
tewish fiction is usually a weak sister" among
literal*) critics, for fiction i- at the present time in
I state "l decline, both a- to audience and critical
status Nevertheless, I feel that a handful of Jew-
ish novel- -tand up well compared with any novels
written on any theme- during the year.
Margaret Ahram-' "Awakened." which is the
-tor.v of the life oi a rabbi in a small Texas town.
is ;i first novel Vet it is skillful and rings with
truth The Jews are drawn honestly and sympa-
thetically, and the rabbi's lot and problems are
sensitively explained For one who wants to read
a Rood book, sheerly for entertainment, and yet
learn something, of the patterns of American Jew-
ish communal living. Aw.ikened" is a good selec-
tion
Another two novels, which reflect on the Amer-
ican Jewish scene, one more contemporary than
the other, are Charles Angoff's "The Sun at Noon"
"Blessed i- the Land Angoff's work is the third
in a serial Oi narratives which describe the ad-
justment to America of immigrant Jews. It is, on
it- own a masterful novel, but it is part of a
broader canvas, and more than one critic has stat-
ed that when Angoff is completed, he will have
produced the most detailed and sympathetic ac-
count of Jews in America that anyone has beer.
able to write Zara's book is a lusty and accurate
historical retelling of the settlement in Niew Am-
sterdam of the original Jewish settlers. The tale
is told through the dim .., ,
the ear.,, ^UjJ
great courage. Z.ra uses Bn wJ.****
actor, but the hand of the
the manner m whic
;-.,uite apart from the n,,;^"
;,nd "f a man 1
There Is (till another novel qIAjZ
life, by James Vatte. which belong
company. II ,- called "What's the R
and tel.s the -, ., Chicago J*J
rich, then loses his mone> and trawl, J
world in search of inner security fa, JU
sort of finds it. but in creating Dan ujj
Yaffe has projected a man to renJ?
incidental, but illuminating, that WmS
in law is a prominent leader in a MiddTl
Jewish community, and Yaffe utilized tj
tunity, to comment on the movement of |
Jews to the suburbs His is generally*,,
of Jewish life; this time, he mixed sTrapJl
his approach and produced a genuine^
novel.
There are, however, other titles of a L
Jewish nature, for they deal with the 14,
Jewish people in the past and in Europe.,
them is a novel with an Israel setting mi
retrospect, less persuasive than the otkea
Joseph Viertel has written the ltNji
It is called "The Last Temptation," and t \
in large measure, on the tragic and notoosj|
Toubiansky affair in Palestine, when tfcj
were still fighting for their independent
biansky was accused of selling secrets tatsl
my and was summarily executed. It n\
learned that he had been innocent Thl
Government issued a public apology to tatl
for the sake of the dead man's son, wbokil
led to believe that his father was a tnstj
hero of Viertcl's novel, quite clearly. |
fate of Toubiansky. but the author
inject so many other aspects of Israel lifei
nental life and
love affairs, that
the inherent
tragedy of the
story' an(l 'ne
courage of the
government t o
face up to the
great error com-
mitted in its
name la,
soon. lost. But
it is a good try
and a book that
stands up well
with most of the
fine novels on Is-
rael
House of
Dolls" by Ka
tzetnik 13 5633
(this was the con-
centration camp
number of the
author) is a grim.
novel about a young Jewish girl who b |
brothel by the Nazis It is a harsh
and well translated fro.ni the Hebrew (it
in Israel), but it i- so sordid that nw
will attempt to banish it from their
points up the horrifying inhumanity of I
as few books have done, and while it *W
a novel it is quite clearly based on aetaij
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reasurcs of Traditional Art
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By ALFRED WERNER
Bncinn.ni. Ohio's second largest community, is,
Bnu. built on seven hills. Today's tourist
tjMe with Charles Dickens' description of it
fbeautiful city, "cheerful, thriving and ani-
Lying in >n "amphitheater of hills,"
'the meandering Ohio River, it is possessed
linost Mediterranean charm and loveliness.
are many *** to delight, many places to
ome the stranger, and one of the most inter-
jS. undoubtedly, the famous Hebrew Union
|ge which recently celebrated its 80th birthday.
is no coincidence that the "Queen City" was
Ln Dy the revered Dr. Isaac M. Wise to harbor
Erst rabbinical seminary for Reform Judaism.
: have been living in the city since 1817, and
have both received much from, and given
to. Cincinnati. Thrf?e Jews, Julius Fleisch-
V Frederick S Spiegel and Murray Seasongood
jserved as mayors of Cincinnati; a Jew has
vice-mayor: several Jews have served as citv
tilors, judges, and in other public services.
have been prominent in fostering several
iadustries, but they have not lagged in cul-
Ctivities, either; a number of Jews were
kmental in organizing the city's famous con-
land summer opera.
Liters must not miss seeing Cincinnati's Jew-
|useum, small in size, but endowed with many
^us things, and fittingly located in one of the
fv Union College buildings. Its short history
back to the year 1925 when, at the suggestion
late Dr Adolph S. Oko, head of the College
several wealthy friends of the College
ted for it the famous art collection of Berlin's
[Kirch-toin I 1869-1934), that rare combination
isines-man and scholar whose pastime was
ring objects of Jewish art. He had acquired
ollectinn ol Heinrich Frauberger, a German
le who, astonishingly, was the founder of a
pty for the Investigation of Jewish Art Trea-
and. until his death in 1920, devoted all
^ergics to making it successful. Through his
Debases, Kirscbitein enlarged the stock of
prmer Frauberger Collection, rich in ritual
for holiday use.
Iwas fortunate that these treasures were, al-
|in the nick of time, brought to safety in this
y, for they might have been confiscated and
|yed by the Nazis a few years later, as were
of similar collections. But there were, as
'quarter- at the Hebrew Union College ade-
|y to display these pieces in rooms accessible
public. From year to year the Collection
[through purchases or private gifts, but since
] hidden in cellars and vaults, it was like gold
enng in the veins of | mountain and waiting
day the miner's tools would bring it up to
hght daylight.
the Hebrew In ion College collection, this
day of liberation came in 1948. .The year
a Jewish Museum on New York's Fifth
had (.pined its gates to the public, after
hds of the Jewish Theological Seminary had
"hat it was absurd to store thousands of
[without giving the public a chance to see
poy them Prompted by the same communal
, the trustees of the Hebrew Union College
be one-story building of the Bernheim Li-
redecorated and assigned half of the space
1 museum-m-the-making, while the other half
be occupied by the American Jewish Ar-
' even the richest, the most thrilling collec-
Pieces is of little use, if there is no indi-
m take proper care of them, to separate the
V^^chaff. to provide the proper set-
r"-*.
Seder plate, made of pewter, shows the
Passover lamb in the center of a great star,
framed by pictures taken from the Seder
ritual.
ting, and to present the selected treasures in a
systematic manner. The misfortunes that befell
the Jews of Germany did provide the Museum with
just the kind of scholar and organizer it needed.
He is Dr. Franz Landsberger, a grey-haired, kindly
Silesian who, with his wife, has been taking loving
care of the museum. Landsberger, who celebrated
his seventieth birthday two years ago, has been
active as a historian of art for several decades. His
first book, a biography of the 18th century German
painter, Tischbein (famous as the portraitist of
Goethe) was published in 1908. It was followed by
several equally important volumes, one of which,
"Impressionismus und Expressionismus," went into
five editions. As a professor at the University of
Breslau he was widely respected, but in 1933 the
new regime ousted all Jewish teachers. He found
a new niche when the post of director of the Juo-
disches Museum was vacated that year by the de-
parture of its founder, Dr. Karl Schwarz, to Tel
Aviv.
During five stormy years the Juedisches Mu-
seum was a place of quiet and contemplation not
only for Landsberger, but -also for thousands of
Berlins Jews who came to view there a world that,
to many of them, was entirely new. To educate
them, Landsberger published what to this day
remains the most concise introduction to Jewish
art, written in the German language, "Einfuehrung
in die Juedische Kunst." Another fruit of the Hit-
ler era is his compilation and selection of letters
by his fatherly friend, the eminent painter Max
Liebermann who had died, humiliated and heart-
broken in 1935.
In November 1938 the Germans decided that
it was too generous even to tolerate the Jewish
minority by allowing them to exist in new medi-
eval Gbettoes. They embarked upon large-scale
pogroms, thousands were despatched to Concen-
tration camps, the doors of the Juedische Museum
were closed forever. Landsberger escaped to Eng-
land, and from there migrated to America where
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We live, mod ol us. in i rtata bllndMM to
the famili
W.mas walk down streets all the daf# of our
vears and never see the red til. i f on thj-corner
houa or we live with obr parent! and cannot
all, for cer-
tain, if their cy
bf own or
.lack Routine
actions eating
three meals a
I c e p i n g
hi hours
pi.ht we take
for granted, and
i DocepU
nC pa-
triotism we
cepi .: ,, matter
UrW. 1 had
glwa: I k ll o w B
thai l ma .1 Jew;
II |] I late of
b t i DI that I
blindly accepted.
Then one day, a
scrap of crumb-
I i n g parchment
dramatized the blindness. Suddenly, it was not
enough to know that I was a Jew; it was far more
imperative to find out how and why
The moment of illumination came in the Rare
Book Room of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
Amenta when the late Librarian, the great Dr.
Alexander Marx, showed me a fragment of Scrip-
lures. This decaying parchment, smaller than a
dollar hill, carried faded but still legible lines in
Aramaic, painstakingly written by some unknown
Egyptian scribe. It was only one of thousands of
BUCfa fragment< u( taered texts and manuscripts
thai Solomon Schechter had discovered in 1897 in
1 he now-famous secret Genizafa (store roomi of the
S] nagogue.
How old is It?" I a^ked. Dr. Marx shrugged.
While hundreds upon hundreds ol these miscel-
laneous remnants had been successful!] identified
b) scholars, he explained. | many, including
this one, had not been full) studied This frag-
ment, be said, might be about BOO yean ohL
The casual assertion jolted ma like lightning.
Minus' rhis was older than Columbua,
older the imagination reeled. What Dr. Marx
held so earefulh In ins hand was historymy
historj
Later, m pondering the impact, I recalled the
envy I used to (eel toward a ta\<>nte teacher who
spent his leisure tune tracing his genealogy. He'd
bei i) able to go back eight or ten generations in
time, while all ol mj forebears beyond one great-
Mather were lost In the wilderness of Kurope.
What Dr Marx had displayed vaa, in effect, a part
ol mj familj tree Up until that moment, it had
never before occurred to me that I had any solid
links with the past Now the lightning flashed
again: the Bible was my genealogy Why had I
never realized that?
Probing into my past. 1 questioned my con-
sciousness ,-,s a Jew As a child. I'd had the rudi-
ments ,,f a Jewish education, with some cursory
training in lx>th Hebrew and Yiddish. Books, huri-
I- ol them in Hebrew. Yiddish and Knglish.
Mowed shelvei and cupboards at home, most
ol them unread. 1 confess, while I went burrowing
in the public Uhrarj My lather, however, had
been .. counter-balance; pndefully Jewish and
ardently Zionist, he was forever a*; .
Jewish affairs. The advent ol II,tler 1 N
able slaughter of th. six million the ,?"
rehabilitation, the creation of kr9.,T***
events I felt deeply. No. I conclufeTu!? S
been a conscious Jew.
But now the fallacy appeared:
I knew the Constitution, the DecUrttk
pendence; I was at home in America
What did I know about being a Jew!
In*.
an n
II v,
fundamental
anyone be anythinga Democrat,~aiswedT 1
tarian or a pacifistwithout
standing of the label''
In this instant of sell reco niUoo,Iei
(he sensation identified so closely with th
Holy Days-vteshubah," a turning was a Jew, and of this there was no doubt t
I must become a knowing Ji
Waking up to the familiar always quickest
pulse, but that moment ol iwareness, stirrMi
it was. has been nothing compared with thn'
excitement of learning A ., matter ol
duty, I started with a beavj history of the Jew
For a change of pace, I browsed among thei
ing essays of Schechter, then turned to the i
works of Milton .Steinberg. Thomas Maori u
ordinary Joseph series sent me hack in a nail
a re-reading of the Bible, and .<> the'proee., mm
on. Like some giddy mountain goat, I have u:m\
and jumped back and forth through the agetjga1
ing to gain a foothold on the mountains of Jnij
knowing.
This ongoing quest for learning is an adventaa]
story in itself. Out of the quest have come reafc
I did not foresee. I stumbled one day upon adj.]
ing truth: reading books alone, however titd,
necessary and satisfying, would never full;, at]
requirements of becoming a knowing Jew OneiiI
not a Jew in a vacuum; one i- a Jew among ouej
Jews. Jews are most distinctively Jewish.: Ik I
synagogue and so, for the first time a an
adult life. I found myself attending High AH
Day services. While my attitude was more tmafj
gative than participating. 1 listened inten'lj
Continued on P*ge 15 D
Childhood ia the time to inculcate> le*j
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"JewMnr******
WB and Our Young Talent
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By JULIAN N. JABLIN
v. ideville a dead. Radio has been given over
the di-c ">;i'.vv Television is a high-budget
devouring big-name performers. Where
young entertainers of today getting the
Lrience they so badly-need?" This question
I voiced by critics, stars, managers and
tin entertainment field, and it is a leifotu
en indeed?
]., tnosi artists who concentrate on presents-
Jewish interest, the matter has addition;:!
tion- L'ntil the performer has attained
, | h or her audience is likely to be
I pi nlv ot Jews who have a lively in^
11 drama, music and comedy. To
nces becomes a real problem. When
or dancer, or monologist gets
to try his winy-, outside the circle of
"You should go on the stage,"
ere does he go?
|j audiences aplenty are waiting for the
hI has real talent. There la a road
ectlj to such audiences, too, and it
bj a host of young people whose
lining more and more familiar. The
I .liters throughout the land.
ations, fraternal organizations and
a fine opportunity for the enter-
Iner to pi} his trade. The agency which brings
gethi r i- the JWB Jewish Center Lecture
*au.
At 'hi- time, as the New Year begins, program
Sir; n in every community across the country
piuiny plans in shape for the coming season.
i (!1 the results a "Jewish Cultural
or perhaps a "Jewish Arts Program." or
^n B "Jewish Theatre Series." What ever the
ne. the formal is pretty standarda balanced
ir.g of music, dance, dramatic readings and
nor spnn! out over a number of periodic pre-
hations. The balance is provided in large part
the Lecture Hureau, which has had close to 30
fj experience in matching the various require-
of local tastes, performers' availabililities,
1 ind transportation schedules to fit the
fab i m\ given community.
|So it is that Middleville, O., (Jewish population
I] verj likely see a performance by a young
|)Cfi who. one day, will be on televisionwhen
ccme- to Middleville. And Bigtown. down
lie. which has television, gets the chance to see
|pe- on, nut ;i motion picturethe humorist who
test on some of the more popular
het> TV :, iws And all this came about as a
kilt of letter- (or perhaps telegrams and phone
Bsi to ih, National Jewish Welfare Board and
Jev>h i enter Lecture Bureau.
Kli Mint/ lor example, the beloved "Uncle
W' of the (loldbergs. has written touchingly
Iki it feels to appear before a Jewish Commu-
el'nhr i hence. Herschel Bernardi, who be-
be .now:, ; \,.w Yorkers through his brilliant
fcrpietation | Mendele. the Bookseller" in the
|Sr !i "V irld of Sholom Aleichem," tours the
under the aegis of the Bureau. Sam Lev-
on and why bother to identify him?) began his
eron the Lecture Bureau circuit. On the other
"i Syd SkoLsky who does magic
p Hebrew and Yiddish folk songs is becoming
Ter known across ihe country as she moves
g ,ht Path; Jerry Holland is another
t*l ho i ,rs v^ffthing as he continues to
F liences across the country. Larry
lPli r an, Is another bright young star
pAlix Tai iff. a highly accomplished dancer.
These six famous men grew out of Jewish
community centers to offer their country
genius in art, science and spiritual leader-
ship. Top (left to right) are Philip M. Klutz-
nick, B'nai B'rith president, and Brig. Gen.
David Sarnoif, chairman of the Radio Cor-
poration of America board. Center are Rab-
bi Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Abram L.
Sachar, president of Brandeis University.
Bottom are Dore Senary. MGM vice presi-
dent, and Eddie Cantor.
Jon Silo, humorist and character actor, has moved
on to Broadway, but the performances that he and
his wife, Ruth, have given to community audiences
have drawn hearty applause.
In 1954, the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau
handled more than 1.300 bookings, not only for
Centers but also for synagogues, women's groups,
clubs and other audiences Many of these were in-
cluded in the integrated programs which the
Bureau develops for organizations; many were spe-
cialized presentations for children or special-in-
terest groups. A novel service of the bureau is its
lecture and concert "Program of the Month Plan,"
in which a number of artists and speakers are
made available, at a fixed fee. to communities
along a convenient geographical itinerary. By
keeping travel and other costs low through effi-
cient booking arrangements, the Bureau makes it
possible for Jewish communal groups to secure
performers who would otherwise be outside their
budgets.
Another Lecture Bureau "first" is a scheduled
Continued on Pago 10 D

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2(l,h ccn.ur, rredd of a grcal United State, Su-
preme Court Just** has Rmerged an excitingly
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., Judaifjn based on the bedrock of religion.
evvry
it
while also
Norman dorwin
... his work a model
practiced D) MOSSS and Ahraham.
i, i"nizing 11 I
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through activ.
exprassion ol Um
old and new in
muHc. dance and
drama.
Setting for this
vital brand of Ju-
Brandeis Camp
Institute at San-
la Su-ana. just
35 miles north-
\m i of Los An-
geles, \il often
compared with
tin' rugged bill-
ot ancient .ludea.
Once a vast cat-
tie ranch and
latef a hunting
the 2,200
acre- irtth their
rambling ranehhouses and barns have lor the paal
eight years housed college -indent-, teen
- and adult community leaden In their
r-ending quest for old truth- and new values.
Today, more than 4.000 Jewish men and women,
h m ihared In the rewarding dis-
covery and rediscovery ol themselves a- Jew-
through the iweel King ol the Havdalah (Sabbath
closing prayer), In serious diseussten, and in gay
music and dance
Fir-t projected 15 year- ago by the late Justice
Louis I> Brandeis OH the premise. "To be good
Americans, we mu-t be better Jews." the Brandeis
Youth Foundation was founded in the F.a-t by the
I jun-t and Dr Shlomo Bardin. internationally
known educator who ha- continued as director of
Brandeis (amp Institute. The Santa Su.sana camp
was opened in 1947 and Foundation headquarters
moved to Los Angeles in 1952.
0
Primary purpose was to offer a leadership train-
ing program for young college men and women
and two four week summer ses-ions have been held
each year They are planned to provide young
people with highly varied backgrounds with a com-
mon pride in their heritage and to help prepare
them a- the Jewish community leader of tomorrow.
Most o| the camper- are -elected on the basis
ol recommendations from local community groups.
such as Jewish center-. Hillel Foundations and
synagogues, which look upon Brandeis as the train-
ing ground for their future leadership Others are
recommended by graduate- of previous seasons
and some are accepted through individual appli-
cation.
The Brandeis (amp Institute, headed by Steve
Broidy. Allied Artists film studios chief, as presi-
dent, is officially sponsored by the Brandeis Youth
Foundation, whose president is Abraham Goodman,
New York plastics manufacturer and real estate
operator
Dr. Bardin, as executive director of the camp
operation, is a man given to major enthusiasm
about everything connected
.^Uthcrn .Ca.,ifornia's "vailabmtJ'T *!
in*URurite< I
******
throughout the full year."he '*
ends of Living Judaism for'adTS"1*
more than LOOO person- have attJJ?^'
institute*, during 1955 alone '
Currently, Dr. Bardi.r- ,r,.atfl o
hi. sm.U ,ry-,hc .,......1 sr S"
for whom new camp f;,< iImi,-- w u"1
this pa,t summer. Named < amp Aloni^J
lor division of Brandeis, brought 150 Vw3_
generous sampling of Judaism. coupuJJBI
conventional recreational facilities of P
which include swimming, baseball, tem^ii
Another reason for moving the Brand*,
at ion to Southern California was fa prZ
LOS Angeles, with it- vast store of creataTi
from the film studio-, television and radio
it is this talent which 1- nourishing the
programming so important to the lnstitoteTL
range development as a national laboraJj
the origination and testing ol rich andr"
patterns to make the Jewish heritage live aaj
MGM studio chief Dorr Senary is chsiragg
the Brandeis Committee for <'reaiu-p tWiafl
designed to develop new rkshop technbJ
artistic approaches to Jewish living. Amoqi
ers whose works have Ih.i ..penally enssg
Brandeis to date are Senary Norman Corta!
acl Blankfort anil Mac Benoli
The Brandeis ("amp is -upportcd
through an annual national campaign so thai
tied college student- maj be gives sen
One third of the scholarships are aliened itj
We-t Coast and two-thirds to other -ectionsaj
country.
Nationally-known Jewish communal ieadesl
the Brandeis Youth Foundation board
Dewey D. Stone of Brockton. Mass, as eh
Vice-presidents are Steve Broidy, Juliu- P|
Louis H Boyar and Yoland I) Markson. i\
Angeles. Louis Levine. of Bo-ton, and Heraal
Weisman of New York, while Joseph Rilkaq
Los Angeles is treasurer
All of these leaders, through their props]
"Living Judaism" for adults, college yortj
youngsters, sre helping to keep alive the 1
Justice Brandeis: "The Jewish spirit, the |
of our religion, is essentially modern and <
ly American."
t
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in thsir heultags and assistance mj".
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tomorrow.
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PAGE 7D
osh Hashona Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
if coh>mary to listen to on* hundr.d
Lm the Shofar on Roh Hashona?
are two interesting reasons offered for
one to listen to one hundred blasts from
Jar on Rosh Hashona. One of these traces
nhcr back to the one hundred sobs which
(her of Siscra gave upon learning of her
agedy. The other traces the number to the
statement that a mother issues one nun-
pans upon the birth of a new baby. The
these reasons would associate the Shofar
[ies of repentance and remind us to repent
we be faced with the sobs of bearing
nent. The second of these reasons associ-
, Shofar with the creation and birth of the
We are thus reminded of the formation
nd the pains with which life is brought out
world, so that we come to appreciate it
Shofar blown at
mt timtt?
claim that originally the notes were blown
I the early morning services but that a
tal decree from a hostile government pro-
[this practice, which was then delayed until
prayers. Others claim that some of the
i blown later in the service for the benefit
en and children who come later to the
and miss the earlier notes.
claim that these notes are sounded at
Iferent times because we seek atonement for
jferent types of sins. Thus it is claimed
first set of notes is blown to have us rc-
the sins which come under the category
worship. The second set of notes is blown
| us repent (or the sins which come under
of forbidden sexual acts. The third
otes are blown to have us repent for the
ch come under the category of bloodshed.
set of notes are blown to have us
or the sins which come under the category
til tongue.

Ih* Shofar sounded from the platform
hich tht Torah is road?
claim that this is done to remind us that
Jar was blown at Sinai when the Torah was
the Jews, others claim that it is done
(attach great Important to the Shofar and
the entire congregation look up to its call-
la "Ttkiah?"
fekiah" is the plain deep sound of the
Ihich ends abruptly. It is sometimes called
I" because of its "straightness" or "plain-
efore and after every other sound of the
his note is blown. One of the reasons
this is that man is reminded that the
fcs created in a plain and even pattern.
and difficulties that come in life are
Original plan of the world and will all be
pied out m the end, either by man's re-
^ or through the will of the Lord who will.
i to repentance.

|a "Shevorim?"
evorim" la a combination of three broken
nese are said to,sound like a moan or a
(is description is said to remind in of the
[of the sinful soul for an act of repentance.

"Ttruahy '",1 l
is a quick succession of nine short
Rosh Hashona liturgy is divided into three
themes, which represent the royalty of the
Almighty, memorials and His Divine Rev-
elations. This liturgy will, for the first time
in perhaps 500 years, be openly heard on
Spanish soil. Photographs of the new Bar-
celona synagogue were presented to Is-
rael's Chief Rabbi I. H. Herzog during the
past Hebrew Year 5715. Presentation was
made on behalf of David Ventura, president
of the Barcelona Jewish community.
notes which are said to sound like the wailing of
a person in grief. Such may also be the sound of
the soul crying for penitence.

What is a "Shevoriro-Teroah?"
A "Shevorim-Teruah" is a combination of the
sobbing "Shevorim" and the wailing "Teruah"
which is used as a combination of the emotions of
sobbing and wailing expressed by the troubled
soul.

What is tha reason for these
different typos of Shofar notes?
The Bible asks us to declare Rosh Hashona as
a "Yom Teruah" which is often translated as a "day
of blowing." The Talmud isn't sure whether the
required sounds should be those of sobbing, which
would be' done by the "Shevorim," those of the
wailing which would be accomplished by the
"Teruah" or both of these together. Thus all three
possibilities are exhausted. Indeed, life provides
occasions for any of these emotions or a combina-
tion and the shofar reminds us of all of them.

Why are these notes each sounded
three times at each series?
The word "Teruah" (blowing) is mentioned
three times in the Bible in connection with the fes-
tival of the seventh month. Doing it thrice makes
it emphatic. Also, the liturgy of the holiday is
split into three themes: Malchiyos, Zichronos and
Shofros, which represent the royalty of the Al-
mighty, memorials and His Divine Revelations.
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t.....rsw-^sMs
i;;rJ, :';......''.....-..........
- V -A";;:';:;:::;:::::".......--
Furthermore, thi- r< 1 varjoui potato of v.cw
... .....j,,,., o| discussion and
founded on individual liberty. As a speaker
ims, have been profoundly
.......dwithth. keen interest shown by and-
e7ta the'forw.rd prog*.....f our reat country
So that the Senate maj be more fully informed
;h, (.nt, ,-o,th,..h-wish community Cen-
1 ask unanimous consent to have printed in
,hc Record statement prepared by the National
Jew|sh W(.Ui.. |oo June 24. 1955. for release
toithe press .,t tba country:
THE rfiWISIi COMMUNITY CENTER;
HUB Of OOOD CITIZENSHIP
Om "f the bedrock elements that add up to
lhr greatness of the mited States is our unique
system of voluntary groups of citiiens organized
, w,.rk togetber toward the achievement of com-
mo objeetivtl in no other country is this phc-
nomeBon apparent to the degree that it exists
here Some people call this adult education, but
In whatever name you describe it. it is one of the
fundamental bases of the American democratic
concept. .
The Jewish community Center sponsors civic
fonimi open to the whole community on matt.-rs
which have concerned the interests of the pur lie.
These Center forums are one of the more overt
and dramatic aspect! of the broad adult educational
activ.t.es fostered by the Jewish Community Cen-
National Jewish Welfare Board, through its
Armed Service* activities, stimulates the
observance of Jewish tradition among this
nation's fighting men. Here, a Naval officer,
in full uniform and Talith, blows the Rosh
Hashona Shofar.
High Holy Day ritual performed by t,
bers of the Armed Forces through JW|j
sistance.
ter which is one of the ma i voluntary i
uniquely characteristic ol American hfe.
the principal objective of Jewish (
Centers and of the National Jewish 1
Board's Lecture Bureau is to develop a i
terest and participation in civic affairs.
The wide range of personalities and soJ
interests represented on Jewish Communal
ter platforms is an example of adult edu
its best. The Center platform is hospitable tj
ied points of view. The Jewish Community (
does not shy away from political iconoclasal
not parochial in presenting conflicting ideal
personalities in American life any more thai
in making its platform available to similsrjj
senting or minority views in Jewish life
Jewish Community Center audiences
channel for reaching large numbers of alert,|
late, thinking Americans of all races and i
who are deeply concerned with bask
and* concepts of American democracy. Tiel
of public forums to which the Jewish
Center is committed and which the JWB i
Bureau encourages are a means for
appetite of intelligent Americans.for fa
ploration into the problems that concern i
and for opening new vistas of thought and i
Audience reaction at these forums isoftea|
of minuscule public opinion poll that nn|
more validity than the popular pollsters.
This deep and abiding concern wiu
service and public affairs makes the Jwst]
munity Center and the National Jewish
Board a healthy element in the totality ci j
ican life. The word community" in the|
the Jewish Community (enter emp
constant seeking for new ways to sentl
community. The word -welfare" in t
National Jewish Welfare Board under
cern with the welfare of the Nation.
Center-sponsored forums are valuihkj
ducing clearheaded thinking, sound
progressive action and the ability and'
to keep up with the times In an enM
formed and alert public opinion is es*sf
maintenance of freedom the Jewish
Center provides free access to and mej
edge.
For mere than a century the
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most communities it is as well know
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+JelshF3oridttorj
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fs New Prospects in 5716
By MILTON BROWN
Mar in Israel starts with a new gov
.fl'ecting the senliments of the Israeli
I, pressed in the latest elections to
withe third parliamentary election since
Ehment of the Jewish State.
L, which has just concluded has wit-
Ed, in progress in the development of
State, ami all indications point to the
fch progress will be intensified during
year. /
Itrance into the new year is also being
noticeable improvement in the attitude
,ite,| States toward Israel. While the
has ju-t passed was considered by many
j bich W ashington has displayed strong
fcntiments. the sentiment in Washington
gives reason to believe that the anti-
V\ which prevailed in certain government
[definite!: >-ubsidiflg. The possibility of
[iion "f a" American-Israel security pact
r;.e el ill'' i i >',;,r also,not excluded.
nnr~ tin new year with a record of
Dgnized by 62 countries and of being
in 48 ol I hem. In 37 countries Israel
diplomatic missions, five of which are
I(United States. United Kingdom, France,
(ion and Canada). Two Israel missions
|ed to the United Nations, one at the
Headquarters and one at the United
uropean office in Geneva.
beginning of 1955 the total population
| stood at 1,717.834, of which 1,52(1,016
Ot) were Jews and 191,818 (11 percent)
mainly Moslem Arabs. At the dawn of
ewi-h year the population figure is rapid-
ehing the 2 million mark. The natural
increase in recent years was 30-35,000
At the beginning of 1955, too, 15 per-
ke active Jewish population was engaged
llture, compared with 12.6 percent in
] 42 percent in industry, mining, eonstruc-
[ transportation.
the year Israel's national income
to 1.426 million pounds, as compared
million pounds in 1963. National in-
[ capita increased from 666 pounds during
K-
It the beginning of 1955, 15 percent of
we Jewish population was enqaqed
culture.
". v. Exports reached a level of S88.0C3.0OO,
more than 100 percent increase over the
1952 level. .*'
1954 to 843 pounds ($444) at the beginning of 1955.
Less than half of this increase reflected changes
in prices. The rest represented a net increase in
the average level of productivity in the Israel
economy. Compared with 1950, real national in-
come increased by about 60 percent and real per
capita income by about 20 percent. Following the
large increases in production and the new eco-
nomic policy initiated in 1952. the inflationary
pressures in the economy, caused by the mass
immigration and long-term overhead investments,
were considerably checked.
In agriculture the cultivated area increased
from 412,500 acres in 1948-49 to 925.000 acres early
in 1955. During the same period the irrigated
area almost trebled from 72.500 to 200.000 acres.
A $40,000,000 60-mile Yarkon-Negev pipeline, di-
verting the waters from the River Yarkon. north
of Tel Aviv, to the parched land of the Negev, was
nearing completion.
During the year, industrial production rose by
20 percent, while industrial manpower increased
by 10 percent. At the beginning of 1955 exports
reached a level of $88,000,000. more than 100
percent increase over the 1952 level and a 50
percent increase over the 1953 one. while imports,
which reached a peak of $343,000,000 in 1951. de-
clined to $290,000,000 at the beginning of 1955.
During the year. Israel established a market for
her exports in 16 new countries and earned
$29,000,000 from invisible exports, partly from
the 38,661 tourists who visited the country in the
course of the year.
Since the establishment of the Jewish State,
many mineral resources have been discovered,
chiefly in the Negev. Today, the mineral wealth
of the country consists of the following principal
natural resources: potash, caustic soda, magne-
sium, bromine, rock phosphates, ceramic clays and
glass sand, feldspar, manganese, copper, iron ores
and mica.
As regards progress in transportation, the total
length of broad gauge railroad lines was 220 miles
Continued on Pag* 10 D
U A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALL REALTY COMPANY
iL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
251 N.W. 14th STREET
A Happy New tear U Onr ASmny
friends mmi fafrans
EVEREADY SALES
AND SERVICE
539 COiltNt AVfNUI
Miaul JE I 4702
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
R. J. SHEPARD
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI BEACH
HARRIS FOOII PRODUCTS
Extends New Year Greetings
Manufacturers and Distributors
MAYONNAISE PICKLES CONDIMENTS SPICES
4421 N.W. 23rd Avt. Miami, Florida Ph. 64-9747
If 51 WISHES
YELLOW CAB CO.
(formerly Checker Cab)
MIAMI-Phana 2-4141 MIAMI BEACH-JE 1-3411
T* All ... A Moif Happy New Year
DENMARK'S ART STONE
StructuralOrnamental
Modern Mantels Garage Grills Garden Seta Pettary Stone Plaster
12351 N.W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE W-4529
ERIC G. DIE I SI II
PAINTING AND DECORATING
658 N.W. 19th STREET PHONE 65 1912
II. 1^ ICO It I III SON
PLUMBING PHONE 83-2695
Heating and Gas Installations
"We Cover Greater Miami"
Miami. Florida
3148 S.W. 22nd Street
r 0 MANT KWJ .
U" W,W" W A NAPPT NEW TEA*
(SUPERIOR WINDOW COMPANY
l*WACTURERS OF ALUMINUM WINDOWS
5300 N.W. 37th AVENUE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
and Patrons
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE 2-1111
1140 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
*y
GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED
WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH
FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF
GOOD AND HAPPINESS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.

RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
MIAMI
Edward T. Newman
Funeral Director
MIAMI BEACH
Abe Eisenberg
Treasurer
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I I <
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
yJmisJifhrkttir)
MR. AND MRS. S. J. SPECTOR
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
SINCERE AND GOOD WISHES
FOR A HEALTHY, HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS.
THE KOWX PRESS. WC
324 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida
HARRY GERBER, Mar. Phone IE 8-7936
GREETINGS
May the New Year Bring Unity for the United Nations
and Everlasting Peace to All Mankind
FLORIDA I l\l\ SERVICE
100 N. W. 20th STREET
Spit* and Span Laundry
12535 W. Dixie Hwy., North Miomi-16317 Dixie Hwy., North Miami Beach
291 Sunny Isle Blvd., Miami Beach
Phone PI 7-4984
A MOST HAPPY NfW YfA* TO All
KING BAKE SHOP
IRVING ana MILTON PIKARSKY
1194 S.W. Eighth Street
Miami
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ALAMO FRIED CHICKEN
Delicious Golden Brown
2616 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-2712
CORAL GABLES
NfW DINING ROOM AVAIlABlf
A Happy Mew Yeor To All Our friends and Patrons
I1 a o Hair Sly lint*
fo rom Nfw hai* srrii
1561 SUNSET DRIVE, CORAL GABLES (Near Red Road)
Air Conditioned
Phone MO 7-2213
HRT
r
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
DOUGLAS LUMBER COMPANY
MB. AND MRS. HERBERT NAUBJSON
AND DAUGHTER MURIEL ANN
LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS
Phone HI 8-9862
8775 South Dixie Highway
Miami. Flattfe
ISRAEL'S M PROSPECTS FOR lERUrfJij
Continued from Page D
at the beginning of 1955. as against 62 in 1948.
The total number of motor vehicle* in Israel reach-
ed 44.614 at the start of this year, as compared
with 24 366 in 1948. The merchant marine of Israel
expanded from 6,000 tons in 1946 to 34 vessels
with grow tonnage of 137.000 tons at the begin
nine, of 1955 D AJ Israel Airlines was operating
eight planes linking four continents: Asia. Europe.
North America and Africa, and the tUal number
of passengers it carried rose from 15.514 in 1990
to 32.639 in 1954 In addition, the Arkia Corpora-
don, a subsidiary of El Al. was operating within
Israel, linking Tel Aviv. Haifa and Eilat.
As regards education. 1955 saw school attend-
ance in Israel rise to about 350.000. as compared
with 98,000 in 1948 Universal, compulsory and
free education for all children from 5 to 14 was in
full operation At the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, the number of students increased from 870
in 1948 to 3.200 in 1955 At the Hebrew Institute of
Technology Technion"in Haifa, the number of
students rose from 660 in 1948 to 1.480 in 1954-55.
At both institutions new schools were added and
former departments were expanded.
In Israels social and health services, too. there
I SENATOR'S VIEWS
Continued from Page I D
form which is open to every constructive commu-
nity cause and idea.
The founders of the Jewish Community Center
movenWQl had little leisure to enjoy the freedom
that was their birthright but their heirs have ac-
quired not only increasingly more free time but
have also developed a keen sense of the responsi-
bilities that go with leisure. The wholesome and
creative ma t<> which the Jewish Community Cen-
ters and the National Jewish Welfare Board are
putting this leisure is one of the valued achieve-
ments of our free society and a great bulwark of
our free way of life.
In the Jewish Community Center we have a
lively and essential hub of good citizenship.
OUR YOUNG TALENT
Continued from Page 5 D
tour of the "World of Sholom Aleichem" as it was
originally staged in New York. And, in its efforts
to introduce new Jewish talent, the Bureau has
developed two innovations. One was its "Audi-
tions." whose winners received special promotion
and booking through the Bureau; the newer idea
is the Lecture Bureau "Showcase." special show-
ings of Jewish personalities to which, are invited
program chairmen and others interested in setting
up cultural series for Jewish groups.
The road charted by the JWB Jewish Center
Lecture Bureau for its artists has two directions.
On one side, the young performer gets experience
and the "feel" of live audiences which one day
will be part of his professional background.
was expansion. While in 1940 ,.
only 63 hospitals w.th a total of i^*"i
year the number of hospitals hJ 7*m
10.609 beds. The National ^^H,
by the Knesset in November ti
old age. survivors, maternity'.an
dent insurance, was in full operation*
During 1954-55 the cultural in[(m
raels large immigrant population^*!
swing. Some 150.000 adults sl(]di(;d J*J1
comprehensive network of courses (
cation. Of this number. 40,000 atnW
under "Operation Hebrew." a volun{**J
designed to impart an elementary
the Hebrew language am, culture to mm
The year could also show much p^.'
development of the Arab community.
There were eight Arab members in fed
Knesseth. where they addressed the iqJj
Arabic. Local self-government in the
munities was encouraged by the Coven*]
there were two Arab municipalities nJT
local councils, out of a total of 21 mun^d
porations and 78 local councils. Arab
fruit and olive production rose cons
there were 130 cooperative societies
by Arab farmers and workers. Great ttridtl
also made in wiping out the scourges 1(1
and tuberculosis, which were so rampax
the Arab population, and in generally *d
their health condition; special clinics tttti
in Arab centers and mobile clinics no* mi
lying areas in the Negev and Galilee, t\
medical service as well as hospitalizatioa ||
of charge.
The majority of Arab children were 1
government schools with Arabic as the!
of instruction. In 1954 55 more than 26JBJ
dents were enrolled in these schools as or
with 7.400 in 1948-49 About 80 percen; dj
Arab school age population now attend:
highest percentage among all the Arabi
"... The year which has just conclidM
x witnessed much in progress in tb* f"
ment oi the Jewish State, and all i*
point to the fact that this progr* *
intensified during the coming year.
eJndgt? and Mrs.
William L. Pallot
and Family
1
EXTEND BEST WISHES
lor the
NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. & MRS.
HARRY BLUMIN
and Family *
el Miami Beach. Flo.
Wi*h AU Their Relatives And
Friend, A Happy New Yer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Hall
e4 the
Lincoln Bay Apartments
14*1 UNCOIN TflRACE
IITfUO tfJT WISNfS FOt UK HOUMt
TO ALL GREETINGS
Grentner toothers Packard Ag#!
Sikt UWi*f fdtorrf Dealer
^ .. ..
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HIS N W.
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street in Israel painted by artist Nota Koslowsky on his recent art tour.
ITiSTIC VISION OF JEWRY THROUGHOUT HOES
Continued from Pago 1 D
. i ., ?i pNtM fun.
ent atmosphere was provided by
lie and the Book" ;it the 42nd Steed
(ran and "Art I itan Museum. In the course of
^| thousands of visitors to the
L md Gentiles alike, had a
portunitj to enjoy the exquisite beauty
| Hebrew manuscripts, exhibited in
al in glass cases, or displayed in color
barencies.
gh \er\ few Jewish ceremonial objects
, he traced lack to the Middle Ages, and
[mjorit) w irc fortunately in possession of quite a
ml Hebrew manuscripts, and in many
|are ccrt;nn from the signature that the
WU a Jew. Many of these scribes
|mpli-hed. if rather "frustrated" artists:
perhap- as much as ninety-five percent
painstakingly copying holy texts onto
But occasionally they would allow
the luxury of dipping pen or brush
pd ink or into water colorsand off they
spree into the pleasure land of fantasy
nation
fcity blocks north of the Public Library,
ptely Metropolitan Museum, metal orna-
the Torah, Hanukkah lamps. Seder
other precious ritual objects were on
lie man) ol these one-hundred to three-
rearold items were fashioned by Gentile
In the style ol their period, they were,
p. permeated with Jewish spirit, since
been commissions! by Jewish patrons
lone into great detail specifying how an
Mild be made. Probably all silver pieces
fork ol Christian masters, as we either
certainty from the hallmarks, or guess
Istic analysis,
ft Eastern Kuropean Hanukkah menorahs
hibition were, unquestionably the work
Jfcj did they use brass? Since gold was
fat, they substituted brass which is of
eolor-and which recalled the splendor of
Temple in Jerusalem where, the Bible
fcold Has used in abundance.
From the Metropolitan Museum a short walk
north and east brings one to the Park Avenue
Synagogue. The Synagogue itself was built before
the Great Depression in a grandiose Romanesque
style, with a huge portal. Thirty years later the
Milton Steinberg House, a school and office annex
was added. Unlike the old synagogue, which i- a
stylistic throwback, the adjoining Steinberg House
is truly a product of the 20th century. The re-
nowned abstract artist. Adolph Gottlieb, designed
the stained glass facade, said to be the largest
area of stained glass in the" world. Whether or not
this claim is exaggerated, it is a fact that in 5715
this facade was one of the most heatedly discussed
works of art in America. It made headlines in
newspapers and national magazines.
Personally, I cannot wax enthusiastic about
the many small panels, of which the facade is
composed, and which depict Jewish symbols in
rather abstract forms. I wish I could say that these
stained glass panels express, in a modern medium,
a great uplifting message of the sort experienced
in the Gothic cathedrals of France, but, alas, their
spiritual poverty prevents the development of pro-
found feelings.
On the other hand, the sincerity of these purr
posely primitive drawings is to be preferred, any
time, to borrowings and plagiarisms. Besides, the
architect should be congratulated for using colored
glass altogether. For, as the eminent British critic.
Sir Herbert Read, recently complained, "the mod-
ern architect is usually afraid of color, especially
of intense color, and rather than use it would con-
demn people to worship God in a white glare of
antiseptic austerity
I would advise the builders of synagogues, com-
munity centers and Hillel Foundation houses to
avail themselves of the talents of a man whom I
consider the most outstanding Jewish painter living
in the United States-Ben Shahn. This year. New
York's Downtown Gallery celebrated the twenty-
fifth anniversary of its association with the artist
by staging a large retrospective show. In the
twenties, corrosive anger movedvthe young painter
to indict by caricature the men who were responsi-
Continued on Pee* 14 D
,IL
GREETINGS! !
IANES REALTY COMPANY
Not Incorporated
ENDALL. FLORIDA Phone MO 7-3651
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA Phone 1303
POMPANO BEACH Phone 9815
A. W. IANES. Registered Broker
TO ALL GREETINGS
* ft". R. C. Singer. Vlce-Pre*. & Sec
All Code*
w Nat">nal Food Brokers Assn.
BACKER A LEKM, INC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
t22l0- 1134 N.W. 82nd Street Mkml 13. Florida
A H.PPY New Yes, To All
Oar Friends end Peirons
lloan Cleamera
A laundry
12938 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Phone MU 8-9288
Elias Thaw
GREETINGS
LEE'S
ittabiisk+d 15 reers
324 N. E. 13th Street
Manufacturers
Wholesale Retail
Fishing Tackle
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST FAMILY and
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
TO ALL GREETINGS
Hannau Color Productions
605 Lincoln Road
Phone IE 8-2923
H0LL0WAY COFFEE COMPANY
Wishes all their friends and customers
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
MR. RONALD H. HERIOFSON, Resident Mgr.
421 N.W. 32nd STREET PHONE 9 6562
Happy New Year lo the Jewish Community
JAMES NELSON
SEPTIC TANK CONTRACTOR
Tanks Cleaned Drain Lines Re-Laid New Installations
170 N.W. 78th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 84 3662
To All .
. Holiday Greetings
WASH AND SAVE THE MAYTAG WAY
79th STREET WASH-E-TERIA
"You will be pleased with our Complete Facilities and Service-"
1198 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida Phone PL 8-9138
TO ALL GREETINGS
Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates
DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT
SEASON'S GREET 1HGS TO OUR FRIEHDS
VESSELT'S RESTAURANT
Under New ManagementDinners from $1.00
4218 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami
Phone 84 1686
GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
A. W. Olson
990 S.W. 1st STREET
Victor Hollander
PHONE 9-4747
A HAPPY 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
Sam Winer Abe (Sparky) Nissenbaum
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
JOHN N. WILKINSON
BOCK FILL
3115 MUNDY STREET
Phone HI 8-7478
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
Commercial Bank of Miami
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
- 8015 N.W. 7th AVENUE *
PL 9-5744
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^DAY
To all our Friends it is a pleasure to extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Universal Dixie Construction Co.
'There is no substitute for experience"
8403 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 78-2745
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
< & II. HOME BIIJI.BII-KS
"BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES"
3531 S.W. 12th STREET PHONE HI 8 5775
To My Mai ^ Most H
MRS. HELEN BOND
Perfect Corse! Shop
1755 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-9837
Maurice E. Kerr
TO OUR MANY WINDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YIAR
We Soecialite in Bonds and Insurance
308 S.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 2-5174
GREETINGS TO ALL
Enterprise Marine Company
Authorited Dealers for
CtNTURY BOATS CHRIS CRAfT SIA SKIFFS SHtPHtRD SIAMASTIR BOATS
SAM GRIFFITH, General Manager
8400 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PELICAN HARBOR
Phone 84-5743
ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS TO
ALL OlTfl FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
MR. and MRS. HYMAN ZAIDMAN
DADE KOSHER MARKET
HOlfDAr GREETINGS
Gourmet Mart
fOODS Of ALL UATIOKS
Imported Cheeses, Jams and Preserves
Candies, Hors d'oeuvres, Delicacies
8995 BISCAYNE BtVD., MIAMI SHORES PHQNE 84 8279
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc.
1111 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone IE 8-0383
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Iti<-lii< Plumbing Supply. 1114
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES '
2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Te.ephone 64-4537 Miami. Fla
THE LEVIN FAMILY
Continued from Pag* 3 D
th Hebrew Union College, by offering him a po-
sition u lecturer on Jewish ; build for hlmseH a renewed career in Ihc new
land
i two major i ooka, available t<> the
rican reader. "A il>ti>i\ <>l Jewish Art." and
an i the Bible," were written
to keep him buay with
i(i,i. | '.ill consista f his wife.
wno care ol the considerable *-tiicial cor-
Then is, nevertbeleaa, hardly a
in, h I bi i r does not contribute
to thai eminent spring of
lean Hebrew Union College Annual He
e work worthy of a Sher-
covei the identity of the acribea
and illuminator! oi the Cincinnati and Washington
lh In "Jewi h Artiata before the Period
i pat ion and Its sequel, "Now studies in
Jewish Artistt." be has. proven unfounded
thai Jews were Inactive in the fine
. rts prior to the last centurj
it;. Mil ol which be is hi charge, con-
ol i.i. < small galleries: one for alternating
exhibitions ol painting! and prints, another for
and photographs, nd a third room devoted
to ritual objects Since the Museum boasts
ol "Mine ten thousand items, including pictures, it
i thai only small fraction can be shown at
one time Bui the beat possible dm hi made of the
overflow' man) items are loaned for limited
da tn temples and synagogues, centers and
schools, and some matcn.il alwayi is on the road
in special traveling exhibitions arranged by the
mi i Since most items are very valuable
and ill "I them are irreplaceable, the curator and
his wife spend main hours carefully wrapping up
each object to insure them against theft or break-
age before the) permit themselves to wave "good-
bye to their children "
Visitors might be told at this point that the
Torah crown from 19th century Russia is
exhibited by Dr. Franz Landsberqer^ curator
oi the Jewish Museum at Cincinnati. The
crown emphasizes the royalty of the Torah
and is sometimes used instead of Rimonun.

**
Sun flower shaped silver spiceboil
century Poland is one o! the nanl
of Jewish art in the Jewish Mug
gentle aroma from the spiceba]
the pious for the end ol Sabbaft,]
museum collect mn can. of course, btj
twenty minutes But it is wiser to i
hour or two. during which Dr.
knows the hiator) of each item, fascinating details that would be
uninitiated. Chronologically, the biai
divided into three groups: relics I
acquired by the famous archaeotogati
of the Hebrew Union College. Dr. I
Jewish ceremonial art from the
era: and paintings, drawings and |
artists of the 19th and 20th centunei \
In its one hundred and ten Kett
scum boasts of the world's largest |
illuminated marriage contracts
were often lavishl} decorated vnul
and even human fiuures in the modi
ner. Some Italian ketuboth are
fluenced by Renaissance painting.
brew text is an inti gral part of the i
a sure indication thai the ketubaha|
a Jewish scribe The famous Cincu
a precious product "l 15th century l
its many vignettes ol Jewish doraeij
the college library next door, but r
Plays a no less interesting if less
German Haggadah. this one of thef
tury. whose scene- are reminiscent'
descriptions in Heine- -Rabbi of
fore 1800, Jews had few outlets (or I
strivings, hence the> indulged theirl
creation of elaborate objects efaj
bridal rings (one in this collection hasij
model of a house for decoration! off
nukkah lamps, some ..\er decorated."
Continued on Pije D
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
'J! .
DR. and MRS.
MANNING J. ROSNICK
and Family
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
TOBBY RIGGS MOTORS,
"THf fHO UmOCKt C0L0M"
501 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone PL 7-1678
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
F. L. Frazier & Son, Inc.
BUIlDiNO C0H1HACT0RS
licensed and Insured
5900 N.W. 3rd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone PL 8-6004
GREETINGS
Herbert ilia moud
& to.
1340 N.W. 27th Av..
Miami 35. Florida
Telephone 64-6031
SEA SHELLS &
FLOWER SUPPLIES
GREETINGS
THE UDELL FAMILY
Gulf Stream Quick Frozen Fort]
QUICI FREEZING COLD STORA*
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fEMBER 16. 1955 _
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hiteb mi Mil mm mm
\r\
mtinued from Page 2 D
serves to be remembered.
fuhirh also deserve revivifying are,
^^ brought back to. life. One is
tr S'forim's The Nag," an allegori-
ze status of the Ghetto Jew and the
U|bes fr the future. It contains
tt. the role of the Jew as far'more
|v The satire and the allegory are
n lU bul Mendele'a humor remains
Be passages in which he remains
timely h |s niade available for the
English and is, almost throughout.
I md such work of fiction is
i Isaac Babel." Babel was
extraordinary .situation. He was
betoal wl i erved with the Cossacks,
short stories created a terrific
bg, ii;, i. the book, "Red Cavalry,"
ult to obtain. The stories of the
fie Russian Jews and the Jews in
Llarly. remained vivid in the minds
(were acquainted with Babel. In the
banished in :i Russian concentration
ow, years later, a book of all his
jjn reissued. It is a brutal, brilliant
isidic Jews, the revolutionary Jews
cuted Jews are drawn sharply and
was a first rate observer and his
Available again, make shocking and
ng reading.
lied with the above mentioned fie-
ndful of books which, for lack of a
an be called "lives." They are auto-
ographical and extremely personal.
Jewish living and lives in America
k. They arc all first grade books and
(that the output this past year was
hem are autobiographies and all dif-
fers are of different times and back-
isb life The Great Fair." by Solo-
I Ii the story of the youth of the
humorist It is a gentle, funny and
and rank- with the best books the
Aleichem ever wrote. To under
jopean Jew, one must know this book.
hand. S \ Behrman's "The Wnr
fc" which .- a quietly funny retelling
drain.iii-' eluldhood in Massachu-
an insight to the American Jew
|.- were immigrants and who, them-
wish heritage of their
hat today they remain nostalgically
fetain fev ol the surface symbols^ of
elves \',i hrroan'g father was a Tal-
' ami yet when Behrman was himself'
les, he could not even converse in
nil own mother. It is, in that sense,
till he manages to retain a love for
Jn when he is sometimes bitter over
There are other books, written
men who are rethinking their
pssessii j their Judaism. Behrman's
uching of them all.
It. who has been successful writer
p.i. and has been involved in Jewish
land Israeli politics, has written in
[the Century" i very readable, extra-
Wdid and sometimes brilliant, al-
account ol his life to date. Hecht
n calmly and casually, for he is per-
interesting of those thus far dealt
with, particularly for American Jews. Significant.
iy. too, it has outsold the others. There ta N much
material ,n it, that one can only recommend ,t to
anyone who wants to hja kept awake night* with
uproarious, humorous, bitter and shocking tales
of a man of our own time. The judgments will be
personal, but that is how an individual like Hecht
affects readers. You are either for him or against
him. But you cannot be indifferent to him.
Norman Bentich\s For Zlon's Sake." i life of
Judah L. Magnes. the chancellor of the Hebrew
University and a controversial" figure himself, is
scholarly and Illuminating, i good first biography
of a good subject. The same is true of Barnet
Litvinoffs "Ben Gurion ol Israel whfch is -harp
cr in its writing style and Is concerned with a man
win. has accomplished a great deal more than
MafDoa. The last word has yet to be written on
both men. Those book- will be source volumes
for years to come.
For that matter, the hurt word seems not to
have been said on Theodor Her/I, either. Dr.
Ludwig Lcwisohn's Theodor Herzl," which con-
tains an appraisal by Lcwisohn and selections from
Herat's basic works, indicates that much remains
to be said about the founder of political Zionism.
The diaries of Herzl, for example, remain closed
to the English language reader and Lewisohn of-
fers only a small sampling from them. Neverthe-
less, this is a useful volume not only for the stu-
dent, but for the Zionist who may think he knows
all about Herri; the odds are that he will find
much of interest in Lewisohn's compilation.
In the field of the anthology, there are a hand-
ful of memorable volumes. I must omit any de-
tailed description of my own "Mid-Century," a col-
lection of more than 50 essays by leading Ameri-
can Jewish thinkers on themes of deep Jewish
interest. But I can, and shall, commend to all
readers, Irving Howe's and Eliezer Greenberg's
brilliantly edited collection called "A Treasury of
Yiddish Stories," which contains excellent transla-
tions of more than 50 tales by Jewish masters of
the short story, as well as a sober, comprehensive
and scholarly 70-page introduction to Yiddish liter-
ature. This is a model of what books should be,
and paves the way for additional collections by
the same team on other Yiddish writers.
Franz Kobcr'.s 'Her Children Call Her Blessed,"
is an anthology on the Jewish Mother, but utilizes
reading by Jews who expressed themselves in all
this approach to offer a huge collection of good
languages, not only on mothers, but on Judaism
and the ethics of the Jewish people in general. It
is a book that can and should be read not only for
"Mothers' Day," but all year round.
And, finally, one of my favorite books of this
or any other year "A Jewish Tourist's Guide to
the United States" by Bernard Postal and Lionel
Koppman. This is a fat. illustrated volume which
connects every prominentand obscureplace in
America with Jews, if it is warranted, and tells
the history of the place. Rivers, towns, villages,
creeks, monuments, museumsin a word, every
place in the United States which has something at-
tached to it of Jewish interest, is described in this
volume. It is a travel book, but it contains more
Jewish history than the formal histories. It re-
mains on my present shelf of the year. The shelf
is not too large, as you can see, but this book shall
remain on it for years to come. I think the others
will, too.
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Buildings near Tiberias by Koslowsky.
American artists return to their time-hal-
JBf* tia** and the era
birth to dep.c, the aesthet^
motivates them.
THE ARTISTIC VISION OF JEWRY
Continued from Page 11 D
bio for the sufferings f Sacco and Vanietti, and
of labor leader Tom Mooney.
Today it II compassion rather than fury that
leads the artist, now close to sixty, to point to the
n (| atomic destruction. In the past, Shahn's
attack was direct but also a bit naive; today, he
warns rather than challenges, aware as he is of
the complexities of life If the works of his youth
could be grasped in a glance, he now makes us
stop and think and rethink the issue.
Jewish themes recur frequently in Ben Shahn's
work. The exhibition included a large watercolor,
Maimonldea," I stern old man holding an open
book with the text: Teach thy tongues to say, 1
American Jewish art is here typified by the
work of Nota Koslowsky, who last year
spent long periods of time in Israel paint-
ing the scene he saw on the faces and
by-ways of the Jewish State. This is one of
Koslowsky s noted works, portraying the
beauty and determination of Israel's youth.
do not know, and thou shalt progresfj
was also a copy of a stunning new i
Alphabet of Creation," an ancient 1
Zohar, with numerous illustrations h]
Hebrew letters, and the various JeaL
are interpreted in such a spirited n]
gain new life and significance from taei
inimitable draftsman.
The Whitney Museum's double
works by Jack Levine and Hyman B
of the outstanding events of the seasal
are around forty, and both of then]
way up from the slums of Boston toil
fame. There is a great deal they hand
enormous skill, deep rootedness in Jeiti
lore, and sincere enthusiasm that ova
stacles. Bloom, who was born in
brought to this country as a child flat]
fame fifteen years ago with "The Sfi
large luminous oil that was bought bjt|
of Modern Art. His renderings of ii
embracing the Torah might have delicl
brandt. His drawing has the intensity ell
his color the lustiness of a Soutine. aali
he touches becomes a religious subjecta|
that it delves into the mysteries of thu
it shakes the Tree of Life to harvest is|
good and the worm-eaten ones alike.
"What is man'' Bloom's canvass I
Levine also asks this question, but
rather than metaphysical level. Man i|
realistic entity has been assigned tbej
role in his work Sympathy for the
for the rich pervade his work, but |
does anger make the artist forget his I
towards art and introduces a journalie1|
most cases the perfect composition. Id
color (lower in key than that of Bloo*t
craftsmanship lift even his most U
high above the level of ever
vine's tiny painting of Biblical kingsM
like glow, and his portrait of the ISM
Alexander Marx, of the Jewish The*"
nary. has the intensity of an El Grew
Is photography an art? I am amoajl
firmly believe that it can be an art, iff
is used by one combining taste and sksj
lion and discipline. The huge pbot
The Family of Man,' staged by Neil
seum of Modern Art. showed works bf I
the lens. Some of the pictures ]
Continu.d on Pf D
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Continued from Poo* 4 D
(hd I he Hebrew testa (or the
[I knew and studied all the English trans-
(,,, experi< nee was enormously instruc
Dp first time. I had some inkling of what
lie a Jew.
ijtial insighl produced, in time, another
[jke "i"sl American Jews. I clung to
regular attendance at synagogue
u (o pious Jews. Outside of the High
[ wno goes l" shul at any other time?
Vth'li'\. il corned; and since this was a
rts inconceivable for me. the issue was
not for long. The first experience
gated curiosity; by attending services,
ind other programs, my inquiry would
rated and broadened. But this rational
[was only one part of the motivation, and
To understand being a Jew. one must
the Jewish people.
ed by this logic, I asked a rabbi whom I
How does one get to belong?" It is a
his good sense that he refrained from
fin my face. How, indeed? The question
Lmount to asking my parents for an en-
Jvitation to dinner. One simply walks
(the open doors of the synagogue, sits
jmg the congregants, and "belongs." When
tnt to the synagogue, it was as a partici
(an onlooker.
lory of awakening to the familiar has no
lise there seems to be no end to the num-
Dgs I must wake up to. Not long ago, for
[ I wanted to read Agnon's classic Days of
veral friends volunteered their copies
rial editions, in Hebrew. The frustration
| in obtaining this one volume coincides
pwing impatience at my inability to under-
bred words at services that my lips can-
e: and a feeling of personal loss in failing
the sene of a majestic and awesome
There is no escaping: following the
le logic of my quest to become a knowing
KW, too, shall have to be mastered,
nhy am I doing this? I have posed this
to my.
Thomas Man*
... his Joteoh series
has turned, unaccountably, into a iife-
oration, and to say that I am confounded.
land astonished is to understate the case.
pc time. I am powerless to halt the evolu-
proces- as a tadpole would be in trying
this transformation into a frog.
* admit these reactions without simul-
CMfessing the overwhelming rewards
laming process would be dishonest. The
pcovery is like no other on earth; and the
pride, the wisdom and the security derived from
beginning to understand my heritage are in.
measurable. ,
Something else has happened, too. that might
serve as an impetus to others who are still blind
to the familiar. With my modicum of new insighl
a fragment only 500 years old no longer possesses
the same inherent drama as that original crumbling
parchment. Five centuries ,s nothing to disdain
of course, but the Jewish tradition goes hack four
or more millennia. The words of Jeremiah that we
read on the second day of Rosh Hashona were
enunciated some six centuries before the Common
Era; and what is more important, I have now dis-
covered,, is Jeremiahs message for me today, rath-
er than its exact mode of transmission. Examining
that parchment now, I should be far more eager
to know its meaning, rather than to marvel at its
antiquity.
It would be a magnificent jest, indeed, if, after
the scholars had finished deciphering the Aramaic,
the fragment turned out to be a copying of Jere-
miah's words. For in that case. I might just as
easily have launched the journey of discovery by
picking up any mass produced Bible.
Continued from Page 14 D
interest. One was taken in the Warsaw Ghetto:
arrogant Nazi soldiers herding through the street
a frightened crowd of Jews. Unforgettable was the
terrified little boy in the foreground who raised
his thin arms above his head. There was a tender
photograph of three young boys in a Slovak
"heder," and there were scenes of happy Israel
children dancing in the school yard.
Fascinating also are the many snapshots, some
in color, some in black and white, taken by three
"Life" magazine photographers in preparation for
an article on Judaism (in the "Life" series. "The
World's Great Religions"). Several of them were
used as illustrations in that "Life" issue, one. the
picture of a young mother blessing the candles.
on the cover. A selection of remaining photo-
graphic material was shown to the public, in large
blow-ups, in an exciting show at the Jewish Mu-
seum. Its title was: "From the Four Corners -of
the Earth."
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Continued from Page 12 D
and "functional," more consonant with the taste of
our time.
Well worth seeing also are the pictures that
came from Europe only last year. They belonged
originally to the Juedisches Museum. Berlin. After
the last war, whatever treasures of the museum
had survived in cellars and shacks, were, through
efforts of the Jewish Restitution Successor Com-
mittee, shipped to Jerusalem's Bezalcl National
Museum, with the exception of fifteen paintings
apportioned to the Hebrew Union College. They
are now excellently displayed, and they include
"Sabbath Afternoon" by Moritz Oppenheim, that
celebrated illustrator of orthodox Jewish family
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On December 10. 1948. the UN adopted
and proclaimed the Universal Declaration
of Human Rights. This date is now observ-
ed throughout the world as Human Rights
Day. The Declaration affirms that "recog-
nition of the inherent dignity and of the
inalienable rights of all members of the
human family is the foundation of freedom,
justice and peace in .the world."
WHAT THE UN STANDS FOR IS AN INTERNATIONAL ORDER
IN WHICH MEN MAY BRING THEIR GRIEVANCES BEFORE A WISER WORLD
By SAUL CARSON
UNITED NATIONS
September 28. 1954. started at the United Na-
tions as an ordinary day. The ninth session of the
General Assembly had convened only a week ear-
lier, was just getting into its stride, delegates dis-
persing to committee meetings, flexing their
musclesespecially those of the vocal variety
for the various
tasks ahead. Is-
rael, represented
by a particularly
strong delega-
tion, had already
assumed its
Alace in the 60-
nation Town
Meeting of the
World, assigning
some of its brain-
iest diplomats to
his group and
that unit. Sept.
28 being the Jew-
ish New Year,
none of Israel's
delegates was
around, but the
presence of the
Israeli delega-
tion was, as us-
ual, felt.
Then something happened. Israels place at the
UN was suddenly dramatized. Egypt had seen to
that. The biggestand most aggressiveof the
Arab nations presented Israel, and the United Na-
tions, with a New Years "gift." Egypt had seized
an Israel vessel, with its captain and crew, and
with its cargo, while the ship was lawfully pursuing
its way through the Suez Canal. The Bat Galim
case was bornon New Years day. Thus did the
year 3715 receive its formal observance at the,
United Nations.
For the rest of the year 5715. 'The Palestine
Question" stayed on the UN agenda. Sometimes,
as in the case of Israels complaint against Egypt's
seizure of the Bat Galim. the item was inscribed
under another rubric, like "Freedom of Passage
Through the Suez Canal." But the import was the
same. The previous year, the security council had
met a total of 58 timesdevoting more than three
fourths of its time, an aggregate of 45 sessions, to
"The Palestine Question." In 5715. beginning with
the Bat Galim incident at New Year's and contmu
ing to Passover time, the ratio was even higher In
Cen. 1.L M. ***.:
. seaiaMntd to UN
that period, a total of 16 security council sessions
was held; fourteen were concerned with disputes
between Israel and Egypt. Seven times the council
talked of, about and all around the Bat Galim case
pegged to Israel's insistence that Egypt was vio-
lating international law by its blockade of the
Suez Canal.
By mid-January, the council had talked itself
out. Egypt had quietly forgotten about its fraudu-
lent charges that the crew of the Bat Galimarmed
with no more than the captain's postolhad sunk
two fishing boats and caused the death of two
Egyptian fishermen. Egypt had released the Bat
Galim crew. Egypt had promised to return the
Bat Galim's cargo and to repatriate the ship. The
council was willing to take Egypt's word for it all.
By summer's end, nothing more had been heard
of either ship or cargo. Both were in Egypt's
hands.
But things were different by March. Egypt had
a complaint. On Feb. 28, an attack had been made
on an Egyptian outpost just beyond Israel's fron-
tier along the Gaza strip. Egypt blamed Israel. The
council acted horrified. Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns,
chief of The United Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization in Palestine, was summoned to UN head-
quarters to tell the council all about what had
happened at Gaza. The council met, and met
again, and againfive meetings were devoted to
L'Affaire Gaza. There was no condemnation voted
against Egypt. Instead, both sides were told to
behave themselves, practically commanded to co-
operate with Gen. Burns.
Does all this add up to a suspicion that the
atmosphere at the UN is unfavorable to Israel?
Viewed separately, individual items may appear to
point in that pessimistic direction. Actually, how-
ever, the reverse is true. It was Moshe Sharett who
said, at the time Israel was admitted to the United
Nations, that that event marked "the consumma-
tion of a people's transition from political anonym-
ity to clear identity." Clearly. Israel had made its
impact on the family of nations. Through the
years, its stature here has increased. And the year
5715 saw Israel's position at the UN dearly defined
as a nation to be reckoned with.
Item: It was generally assumed among diplo-
mats here, during the 1954 (ninth) General Assem-
bly, that three diplomats, among the 60 heading
their nations' delegations, stood out as the most
eloquent of political orators expert at combining
meaningful polemic with felicitous phrasing. Of
the trio, onethe late Andrei Vishynskiwas al-
ways in the minority; the second, India's V. K.
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BONN *!*><........n frei^**J
.......d n......o............-*** 2 itt^ta^r"-^?
manj i8no n It* own destiny, a , Which irolunuritj peamtti foreign troop m
its soil
Thia development, c#rtaihl) the major event
oi the '.ii hj the reckoning pf the historian and
in the view >' 'he foreign otoenair, caused no
" great commotion
Since the beginning (lf the
Or. Konrad Adtnmtttr
. would welcome nermaliiaticn
in the country
itself (Jermans
take the new
status for grant-
ed as something
that is their due.
Even among the
20.000 Jews in
the Federal Re
public, the im-
pact of the
changeover was
hardly felt.
"Once Germany
becomes inde-
pendent again, it
will be time to
pack our bags,"
was a common
enough conversa-
tional gambit in
.Jewish circles
five years ago,
when the Issue was whether the Central Council
of Jews in Germany should "recognize" or ignore
the Bonn Government Now such reflections have
been swept away by the tide of events Indeed.
sovereignty is apt to be equated with trivial local
The question uppermost in many minds
seems to be whether it will eliminate the chlonna-
tion of the water supply, which the IS Army In-
sists on (or reasons ol hygiene.
For ih< time being, II i- true, few direct MSM8
quences "f the new status are yet tangible Reper
cussions make themselves fell mainly In the pay
chological sphere The restoration <>t sovereignty
does nol affect the dail) life oi Jewish residents
and make- little immediate difference to the posi-
tion <
The ban on discrimination remains \a the Bonn
Constitution, and so dues the guarantee pertaining
to freedom ol beliel and of religious practice. In-
demnification legislation will not be curtailed, but
neither will an end be nude to the dilatoriness and
niggardliness with which it is usually applied.
While the restitution of identifiable property, al
read) large!) completed, will be carried on, a uni-
fied Supreme Restitution Court, with German as
will as Allied Judges and a neutral presiding jus-
tice, i- replacing the separate top restitution tri-
bunals for the French, British and American Zones.
Onl) Allied Judges st OB the bench of the last
I body, and until recently of the British Zone
ISO
i xembourg Reparation \ i ement is not
1 n an sovereignty, and the Don of
German reparations goods t<. Israel continues on
lule In the year under review. Germany
mule S20 million available in British currency for
tin purohastf ol petroleum, and shipped cargo with
B value ol almost $40 million Under the Israeli
tla>;. the T.oooton "Dagan*" ami its multi-purpose
sister ships, the Tappiu and the "Judea. slid
down the wajrs ol (lerman shipyards to carry pas
sengers, commercial cargo and especially citrus
fruit on the Mediterranean and Atlantic sea lanes
two years ago. Israel ^ p^gN
of reparations order- with p"*150'
shipyard., The v,,,,,,,;*^^
have already arrived ,n the Jew h !*!
petroleum products and othJ!N
ed from non-Germa
anl other merch
iai countries with i
reached an overall total of $ieo i
The population total, which sTfel
for some years, again shows no iST
Some 500 Jews emigrated during 11*3
among them the president of the I
nation of Jewish Communities si
boxing champion of Hessebut th8
the considerable excess of deaths owl
compensated by the number of pcopk I
part former German Jews, who tm\
other countries and established tt
temporarily or permanently.
Although "normalcy" of any de
mains far beyond reach, the consolkSJ
Jewish organizational structure m*k 7
progress. In contrast to prior years fc|
community in Germany was generally,
as an equal by Jewish communities sag
ventions of European Zionists, of the S
Congress and of the Consultative C
Jewish Organizations were attended b
delegates from Germany.
In 1954. not long after all Zionist l_
Germany had been closed down by orwl
central Zionist authorities so as to speedfel
lution of the residual Jewish communirjj
man soil, a new Zionist Organization forCa!
was chartered with the blessing- of t*j
Zionist Organization This was follow*/
launching of a Keren Hayesod campaign aq
establishment oi Zionist chapters in
Frankfurt. Stuttgart, Hamburg. Hanowr.1
and Berlin Yet only the last named or*i
have taken hold in the manner experts')
sponsors; la Weal Germany little wa
them after the initial meetings The
true of other groups set up during the;
as the "Association for Torah-True Ju
Continued on Page 12 E
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jvil Rights and Man's Hope

By DR. NAHUM GOLDMANN
of the main aims and values of the United
Wl.n it was established, was to serve as a
utrumenl to v\sv expression to the urges,
the demands,
t h e complaints,
of discriminated
groups, and to
convince them
that a serious ef-
fort would be
made by the
United Nations
to improve their
situation, to hear
their complaints,
and to satisfy
their just de-
mands, in an
orderly construc-
tive process.
This solemn
obligation has
1. Hahvm Goldmann not been fulfill-
... "a better world" ed.
er a decade <>f consistent and unremitting
of great hopes, but of bittefdisappoint-
(bo International Bill of Human Rights has
jito existence. There is not even a right or
unity for discriminated groups or individuals
their complaints for hearing and exami-
before an authorized organ of the United
lie of the (Ireat Powers shows any inclina-
mllingness or readiness to fulfill their
obligations "to take joint and separate
to promote universal respect and observ-
human rights and freedoms."
dtuation is worse today, in many respects,
was in the days of the League of Nations
dir! establish the right of petition. At the
of Nations there were notable cases in
the World Jewish Congress was concerned,
-uch petitions brought about important and
be results Today, this is impossible.
pere do we now stand? What does the situ-
Idemand'.'
experience 01 the Jewish people, perhaps
iM grievously afflicted victims of racial and
pus prejudice, leads us to the conviction
Ihe battle against discrimination and preju-
feannot be won in the field of generalized
ganda alone or in an appeal only to good
|and good will.
believe that action to eradicate discrimina-
|an be effective only in the field of the law,
native measures on the international and
^al plane To argue that adoption by law of
moral norm must await prior acceptance by
Illy the whole population of a country means
kstponement indefinitely. Nothing educates
ich as law and its operation will create such
lance,
ordingly, we propose:
That we address a solemn and earnest ap-
i the Powers to revise their policy on human
within the United Nations. The time has
P"ng the ynr 5715 Just past, M international
ki*i. representing teni of millions of people
sughout the world, met at Geneva under the
t'cet of the United Nationa Conference of Nen-
rnmental Organizations to consider ways Of
in.ting prejudice and discrimination. This un-
meeting had deep significance for the Jewish
" ',ct no* by Or. Nahum Goldmann. presi-
" J' w<>rl > wjc delegation, in a major address to the
erence. Portions of his addrsee are reprinted
come for a new approach designed to create legally
binding instruments, to promote respect for human
rights and to secure their obnrvanee;
(2) That it is iufispensstfltf that the right of
recognized non-governmental bodies U> make rep-
resentations to the UN on poliets* and acts y| dis-
cnminat.on and to secure public examination of
such grievances, should be established and accept-
ed by the State Members of the UN; and
(3) That we urge governments to adopt legisla-
tion prohibiting and penalizing discrimination in
their countries. Such legislation would not only
protect victims of discrimination and prejudice,
but would create new standards of behavior and
exercise a powerful educational influence in their
elimination.
We should not rely exclusively or primarily on
an appeal to governments \\\. should not under-
estimate our own strength. We sit here represent-
ing many millions of people. Never in history was
public opinion, if properly guided and directed,
as powerful as it is today.
Governments will be the last to follow. Poli-
ticians rarely create new orders. What they do is
to crystallize, organize and legalize them.
I speak here as a Jew representing a people
whose history is perhaps the most dramatic and
tragic expression of racial and religious discrimi-
nation and persecution, especially during the Nazi
period. We have lived for centuries, discriminated
against and persecuted all over the world, as small
minorities. We have survived because we never
gave up hope or refused to yield to brute strength
and governmental power. We continued to protest
and to proclaim our rights to equality and freedom.
This history of our people gives us the moral
right to tell you that more important even than
pressures on governments, more potent than criti-
Continued on Pag* 12 E
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York City after telling a hair-raising story
to United HIAS officials oi suffering at the
hands of Communist captors. Red secret
police kidnapped her in East Berlin in 1947,
accusing Mrs. Jacobi of being a U.S. spy.
As Dr. Neumann says: "After a decade of
. effort but of bitter disappomtments,
no International Bill of Human Rights has
come into existence."
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By HARRY J. HALPERIN
Lai
v, V
II
in a Tei w-,s
Uvity
lewtsh < through
the various "" '' M ,hc
I
annual mainlenano
in the t in iromu-
tries and Lbe lik.

tern i the 1 ."torn
1 P
reed tl mon activi
lh | 'I (>r-
i i ntiaL In tha field of public
i, lations Lhe confi n nca called for coopi rattan and
rdination ol effort lo provide i'Hi prograaB
in the interest ol Canadian Jewa bi /!! as of Israel.
The problanu eoncerninji Jewish education, and
the need for encouragini greater attendance at
Jewish Khooll were discussed at length.
The Canadian .Jewish Congress met with offi-
cials of the Department of External Affairs in
i ..n.nl.i s capital city requesting the intervention
of the Canadian Government to assure the suc-
cessful outcome of negotiations between the Jew-
ish Committee for Claims on Austria and the
Austrian Government.
The Zionist Organization of Canada maintained
Its policy*of internal programming and public
relations in which the activities of Canadian Jews
on behalf of Israel were broadcast to the general
public A highlight in the Zionist cultural calendar
wai the observance of Herzl Year, under the au-
spices of the I'nitod Zionist Council, in more than
30 Canadian communities
The \i~il to Canada by the Chief Rabbi of Israel,
Dr. Isaac Halevi HefBOg, was one of the most sig-
nificant events in the lives of all religious Zionists.
Symbolizing the synthesis of Jewish tradition and
modern culture, the Rabbi revealed himself as a
Preparing to administer a local anesthetic
during an operation at the Hlstadrut Beilin-
son hospital in Petach Tikvah. The Hista-
drut campaign in all parts of Canada dur-
ing 5715 were more successful than in previ-
ous years.
International Israel Bond meeting
Miami Beach during the past year wo(
scene of top Canadian activity. Shown a*
Paul Philippson, of Belgium; Samuel H|
berg, the United States; and Eduard W
the Netherlands.
man of religious and Biblical erudition, as *djj
a great philosopher, a brilliant orator, i
analyst, and well-versed in matters of seolajH
portance.
The civic reception accorded to the Chief ugl
is still the topic of conversation in this nan
For the first time in Montreal history, i ben
luncheon was brought in by a kosher ca'fw M
served on kosher dishes. Everybody lr.ciudajd
Mayor of Montreal, wore yarmelkes. What m
more significant was the fact that the luneatta
was given on a Catholic holiday, when noratj
the City Hall would have been closed, bat'
opened at the special request of the Mayor jfl
rangements for the Rabbi- visit were made b?l|
Mizrachi Organization of Can
The Labor-Zionist movement in Canada i
its season of activity with its sixth national i
vention just a few days before the year 57151
ushered in. The report- revealed that
$2,000,000 was raised for Hi-tadruth in the |
ceding four years.
The Histadruth campaign- in all parts of I
were somewhat more successful than in
years. There was greater participation by hnjj
numbers of contributors and friends.
The year 5715 started with the PlanniijJ |
ference for Israel, sponsored bj the State rfbfl
Bond Organization of Canada, and held in Tonal
last September 13 and 19. on the thresholdili
New Year.- A resolution calling upon Cum
Jewry to strengthen the security of lsnaj
mobilizing large-scale investment capital is !
implemented as the months go by. and as iff
and more communities participate in the!
drive to sell Israel Bonds With the partidBJ
of all national Jewish organizations theCMiBj
reflected the coordinated planning f<
aid to Israel.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, new chief offwr j
the Bond drive, addressed a Guardiiw dintfj
June, sponsored by the Bronfman family, r
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DC on the European Scene
By MOSES W. BECKELMAN
sb Hashona 5706ten years, agowas a time
^ration for Jews all over the world, perhaps
Cppiest Rosh Hashona of modern times. Cer-
f (or tnp jews of Central and Western Europe
fin-t Ro>h Ha-hona after liberation was a holi-
thich the va.-t majority had never truly expect
te, let alone to celebrate,
[lmost everywhere where a minyan could be
. n ii i were held, services which had in
, a note of almost hysterical joy. To the Joint
fibution Committee, whose staff members had
ed communities almost on the heels of trjc
in" Allied armies, came hundreds of re-
\i for prayer books, for taleisim, even for per-
to conduct tin- services.
ii* held workers, working around
clock in an unparalleled emergency relief op-
Ion, met these appeals as they were meeting
faicusands of others pouring in daily,
kit that Rosh Hashonathe traditional period
casting <>t accounts, for looking back, for
hir.g tin accompllahlDWHa of the year and
enting them for judgmentpresented an awe-
, p.cturi- ol human need and human misery, of
rams to lie initiated and Uves to be saved.
By o ntrast, Rosh Hashona 5716 provides a bal-
sheet which would have seemed virtually un-
evable ten years ago.
he JDC Annual Report for 1945 reported
*., displaced Jews in camps in Germany, Italy
Austria, and gave top priority to the task of
lug them out and shutting down all the Jewish
car p- But the problem became even more
(tecjnng 1!>46. when pogroms and fear of per-
litior ami loss of liberty set additional thou
feeing out of Eastern Europe and into the
I Not 11)0.000. but 250,000 Jews found them-
es in the-e camps by 1947.
y there is only one Jewish DP camp left
Eunpe, (amp Fochrenwald in Germany, with
Dpu.'ation of about 1.400, mainly the families of
i ar.d women whose medical histories bar them
nosl miration opportunities. There are less
1.000 other refugees scattefed elsewhere, in
ceirmunities and hospitals and camps of Ger-
ny. Austria and Italy. It adds up to a maximum
!,500 people who still have no permanent homes.
ta.-K of moving the Jews, out of the DP camps
ptrcent completed.
But JDC has not given up on the remaining one
tent Difficult as the job is of finding new
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pdsl test tubes, beakers and other da-
fc? tilS! clCS at the newly established
"HI school for laboratory "technicians gets
nder-.vay at Ramat Gan, Israel, during the
pst nebrp-.v Year 5715.
homes for those people sick in body and soul the
effort continues; again and again JDC has made
special arrangements w.th Norway. Sweden and
other countries to accept a certain number of
them as permanent residents: just this year Nor-
way haS taken another 48. Because of assurances
JDC has g.vcn, people from Foehr/mwald, who
would otherwise be ineligible for admission, are
now going to Israel. More outlets art still being
sought, new arrangements will continue to be
negotiated with friendly and hospitable countries
A certain number will have to stay behind, no
doubt, but these will b- h^'ped to settle in the
communities. ouUide the camp. The DP era in
Jewish history is practically closed
The 1945 annual report also raised the question
of 100.000 Jews being allowed to enter Palestine
and mentioned the need for JDC to prepare itself
to move this number of DPs when this possibility-
became actuality. At the same time the report
asked. "What are the chances for migration, to the
Holy Land and other countries, of the additional
large number of Jews who do not wish to remain
in Europe?
The answer to both these questions is now a
matter of record. In the nine post-war years ending
in August. 1954, when the JDC migration depart-
ment was merged into the newly formed United
Hias Service, JDC helped to move more than
620,000 men, women and children out of Europe,
undoubtedly the largest number of migrants ever
assisted by a non-governmental body. And not
100,000. but more than 500,000 of these went to the
state of Israel.
These are the outstanding accomplishments of
JDC since the wars end in 1945. What of the other
questions asked ten years ago, what of the other
tasks set down then? What, for instance, has been
done in regard to the specific question: "What
will the future mean for the large mass who must
stay in Europe?"
To this there is as yet no final answer; there
is only a record of steady work on JDCs part
which, as the figures show, has resulted in an
amazing improvement. There remains, however,
an important job to do before this phase of JDCs
work may be regarded as complete.
In 1945 the Annual Report showed that 50 per-
cent of the 1.500,000 Jews left in continental Eur-
ope were in need of direct relief from JDC. Today,
because of the vast emigration, there are fewer
than 900,000 remaining in this area. Of these,
about 400.000 are in the so-called "Iron Curtain"
countries, for which there are. of course, no wel-
fare figures. In the other continental countries
there are approximately 500.000 Jews. Of this
number less than 30.000 are still listed on Jewish
relief rolls, a figure of about six percent.
This amazing recovery is attributable to a wide
variety of causes, including steady economic rc-
vy in the European countries and the fact that
in ten years the vast majority of the surviving Jews
had had time to reestablish themselves and to
share in the general betterment of conditions:
Here. too. JDC has played its part, through a wide
program of reconstruction and rehabilitation. It
has Hibsidizcd the entire system of vocational
Choola Ml up by OUT. which- has taught more
than 100.0CO Jews profitable trades and helped
them to attain self-support.
In the past ten years, moreover. JDC has in-
spired and helped initiate 14 loan institutions,
through which artisans, professionals and small
Uisincssmen are provided the initial funds to es-
tablish themselves and to take themselves and their
Continued on Pag* 14 E
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. Each time we do something to
strengthen the hands of those who seek to
avert bloodshed and strife we are hearken-
ing .. to the Shofar and fulfilling its
message. ." These photographs depict
the conditions under which many of the
500,003 Jews of North Africa live, who to-
day are in danger of what Rabbi Silver
calls "national arrogance." (1) Irving Eng-
el, American Jewish Committee president
(right) and Jacob Blaustein (left), honorary
president, watch the leader of a tiny Jewish
village in French Morocco bake bread in
S.I? 2T6u' a,method little differ*,
that used by Jews in BiblicTwS
Blaustein i. with a group dJ? I
children somewhere Vouth 2 2*3
(3) Engel watches a little L h!3
in a village "cheder." sLZ5*?.
half of the tinned Jew.hAp^,^
of its affiliate organizations as AJC
Rabbi Silver, "and you will as surejl
observing Rosh Hashona in the spZj
as you will be in your pew whenfoaJ
Holy Days actually begin." '
Rosh Hashona Year 'Round
By RABBI SAMUEL M. SILVER
Ii you were asked when Rosh Hashona is observ-
'ii would have little trouble m figuring out the
when the High Hob Days begin, and thus
wr ih.' question
if yon *ere told that Rosh Rashotu ought to
1.....bserved in March or January, you would prob-
abl) be amused But before giving way to hilarity,
think for a moment of OM ol the key ide.ts of the
holiday: humility, the consciousness of your own
weaknesses Next March vou may be talking to a
friend, who may ask you whether you know so-and-
so Let's imagine that you do know an ailll 00
slightly Would you be inclined to say, "Oh, I
don't know him too well But from what I've heard
he isn't worth knowing. A loud mouth. I under-
stand Has a lot of money but won't spend it, not
even on his wife who walks around in rags. And
as a btlrineanman, I hear he's quite shrewd. Too
shrewd."
Certainly, such hasty characterizations of other
people without too much evidence are not uncom-
mon in oar society Who can calculate how many
reputations ;,re shattered by indiscriminate judg-
ments rendered hy people who either peas on un-
funded gossip or. worse, elaborate have tins habit, the time to observe Rosa Hashona
i- whenever you are on the point of summing up
the character Of another human being Roat Ha-
shona is a reminder that all of us have defect
weaknesses, blemishes A recognition of our own
faults should prompt us to imagine whal a descrip-
tion Ol ourselves would sound like if only super-
ficial cognizance were taken of our make-up.
"tie ol the hest known prayer* ,4 the New
i- the celebrated "Xvinu MaJkeynu,"
meaning, Our Father. Our King." The pra>cr, set
to man) Mirnnc melodic- contains the passage.
"For we are without meritorious deeds" The
litany is a supplication for divine mercy, heavenly
pardon for our missteps The thought behind the
prayer is that the Lord ought to grant forgiveness
not because the petitioner has merited it but be-
cause of the Lord's innate commiseration.
This dependence upon the mercy of Gods
scores our awareness of our unworthinta.
we can hold on to this sense of modesty la]
can celebrate Rosh Hashona throughouttbti.
the year. In other words, if we are askedi
so-and-so and can refrain from passing on j
tory or derogatory information, if we caai
the tendency to make -nap judgments, thee|
doing the equivalent ot joining in the greatj
Malkaynu petition, and we are tran
meaning into our daily existence.
Another highlight of the Rosh Hashoui
i-- the sounding of the Shofar The High Horj|
experience is not complete until we hml
the ram's horn. But ^c call of the Shofar si
hie throughout the year. At least, the si
of the Shofar blasts endures long beyond!
ber time. Actually, the tones signify raanjt
They tells us that human beings must not btj
for sacrifice, for the ram's horn is memento*!
ram which replaced Isaac in the greit
story where heaven itself jnes out agauai
offering of a human being on an altar Inoej
millions of Isaacs have been immolated on tk(
of national sovereignty or national arrofunctj
time we de something to strengthen the I
those who seek to avert bloodshed and stria!
are hearkening, as it were to the Shofar a*J
filling its message.
But it is not only in participation in j
designed to stem and stop international'
that we can celebrate Rosh Hahona aroiaij
calendar. We will likewise exhibit our i
scenes* to the Shofar call when we put KM]
another lesson which the implement offers.
ago the Shofar was an instrument ^socl,,lj'
battle. It summoned men to war. Gr
usage was transferred from a military to J
atmosphere. It came to be employed to i
us to struggle not against other human beise^
against our own weakncs-i -
The transformation of devices associated
violence into sacred, uplifting objects is!
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:ish Jewry's Outlook-5716
By GEOFFREY D. PAUL
LONDON
fifty-six will see the celebration by
Z of the 3tOth anniversary of Jewish
i, m England. It is an anniveraary
_ very nature of the Jewish contribu-
tes social, economic and cultural life,
ked far outside the bounds of the Jewish
lso be a time for taking stock and, per-
bold new start in achieving that com-
Cy ,he lack of which is sadly felt in al-
sphcre of communal endeavor.
ame within the loving memory of present
leadership has Anglo-Jewry been so
edevilleH by conflict and dispute between
its major community organizations.
arc wide differences of opinion over the
exclusivcness' in dealing with foreign
limed by the Board of Deputies (the only
epresentative body), over the Board's
to other organizations, over the part
the Zionist bodies in Jewish education
ale of the World Jewish Congress in
lear, Barnctt Janner M.P., was elected
[of the Board of Deputies. He also holds
! honorary president of the Zionist Feder-
[election is recognition of the fact that the
Ding mapority of the community and
I its representatives on the Board are
inists in the widest sense. There is also
but not yet fully developed a
ciation between Zionists and the World
Ingress. The leaders of the one are promi-
i leadership of the other. However, this
is by no means complete.
other hand, there is an influential mi-
no means anti Israel but not actively
oncerned at what it feels is a threat to
endenci' of British Jewry's action in for-
other aflairs by outside pressures. The
|this minority are mainly reflected in the
list) Association.
}he year, attempts were made to achieve
which would lead, at least, to coopera-
|een all interested bodies in the field of
affairs The negotiations broke down.
{iven for their failure were as various as
Is concerned in the talks. Dr. Abraham
pen president of the Board of Deputies,
phat the status of the Board was at stake.
(-Jewish Association and the British Sec-
gudah, he said, demanded parity with the
^w for the first time, added Dr. Cohen, the
|claiming that it pioneered Anglo-Jewry's
foreign affairs "and this delusionfor
-is, and has been, a disturbing factor in
relationships with the Board."
^Jewish Association, through its presi-
I, Carvalho, countered that the Board was
"subordination" and not "coordination."
d. he declared, was "obsessed with a sense
fn peculiar status." He had not accepted
presidency so as to preside over the or-
n's dissolution, said Mr. Carvalho.
it has gone on over the weeks. This
was the major reason for the Board's re-
|send delegates or observers to the Con-
Conference of Jewish Organizations in
In June of which the AJA, together with
rican Jewish Committee and the Alliance
universelle of France were sponsors.
ird members additionally argued that the
an elected representative bodycould
led in discussing the affairs of Euro-
pean Jewry with groups whose members were self-
appointed. Others, not necessarily sympathetically
disposed to the AJA, felt that the Board should
have been represented if only so that the "true
voice" of British Jewry could have been heard.
An easy way out of the present impasse cannot
be expected. Many angry words will still be ex-
changed. To the impartial observer, the sight of
a great communitythe largest Jewish commu-
nity in Western Europe todayrent and divided
on the issue of unity is a saddening one. Its cost
in the terms of young men and women lost to com-
munal service will be noticed only in the years
ahead.
One has to look at Anglo-Jewry from as it were,
outside the community itself to see the true posi-
tion of British Jews today. To the onlooker, un-
aware of the organizational and personal rivalries,
the picture is a gratifying one. Economically, apart
from a few setbacks in the furnishing and garment
trades in which Jews predominate, there has been
a consolidation of the comfortable financial posi-
tion of the Jewish businessman, and to a lesser ex-
tent the Jewish working rqan. Anti-Semitism is at
its lowest ebb in many yearsthe colored immi-
grant from the colonies has become the target of
racist elements. Community leaders, however, have
been at pains to point out that anti-Semitism can-
not be regarded as a thing of the past. Any eco-
nomic recession, with its resultant search for
scapegoats, will be bound to affect the Jewish
position, they warn.
In the life of Britain generally, Jews continue
to play a prominent part. This is perhaps best
reflected in the House of Commons to which 18
Jewish members were returned in the General
Election of last May, two more than sat in the
previous House. Seventeen are Labor members
and one, Sir Henry d'Avigdor Goldsmid. a Con-
Continued on Paae 15 E
Seventy-six year old Sura Noima, brought
out o] China, where she had resided since
World War I. is greeted at the airport in
Amsterdam. Holland, by an official of Unit-
ed HIAS Service. He continued her on to
London, where she was reunited with a
daughter whom she hadn't seen in many
years. What will 5716 mean lor British Jew-
ry's further forays into the field of human
rescue and other communal activity?______
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Immigrant ^,Ps nrc arriving these Hays once
and sometimes twice work, bringing groups M
voung an.1 healthy people, niton surrounded" by
man, ,ts and babes in arms. There is a happy
bustle m the port of Haifa when such a ship ar-
rives Hut there i- no noise, no pushing and no
shouting There >-. "i course, some shouting but
,,lx b) ;i\ "i greeting and the disembarkation
I smoothly, setting in motion
well-oiled machine ->f tM*- Government and
Jewish tgenq authorities A urcat deal has been
the mistakes previously made; not
help the irami franta get settled and
,,.,.,! bul also how t< deal with the complex

I,, mbarkation proceeds so rapidly that
I hi mini: rani pul ,; ill l!- stages and
formalities within onl> a few hours. Then they
immediatel) board truck* that take them to the
ol their destination work villages on Jew-
i-h National Fund land where they are given
everj opportunitj t<> becoSM integrated at once.
The trucks an alreadj there, and off the new
immigrants go to the new \illage> where houses
furnished with bedding and beds and kitchen
Utensils are waiting for them. From the very" next
daj the) can already earn their living and begin
work mi "iic ol the vast Jewish National Fund pro-
|ects afforestation, building of terraces on hills
or any other way ot soil reclamation. These vil-
whuh are all on JNF land, are not exclusively
inhabited by newcomers. In order to make things
easier for them and help their integration, they
are settled together with not so recent immigrants
who had already lived for some time in cities,
small towns or ma'aborot. and who had followed
the call of the land and settled in work villages
under the scheme "from town to settlement."
These villagers are veterans of a sort, some having
lived there for as long as a year, having acquired
and expanded their own small farms, some of them
As to the immigrants, they come from every
country in North Africa, even from Egypt, from
where they arrive via Italy or France. They are a
brisk and multicolored crowd, in which sun-tanned
bearded old men in white or brown burnouses of
home-spun wool, rub shoulders with genteel and
elegantly dressed Egyptian ladies who speak Eng-
lish and French as fluently as the rest of the North
Their first view of the Promised Land. On
theu very first day as they disembark, the
newcomers find a neucleus of older settlers
to make them feel welcome.
own
Africans speak their
Arabic. There are women 'frosTS m>
in* holies, slippers of red Z^*+t
ver bangles on their
parongie* on ineir ankles ii, "**
wilKpufW.panUloonsofi^H
Griped
nped or
"ttOJ|
and many, many yards f str
ton around their persons The
moving bundles of material with !
where inside. Their heads are "
huge turbans made of garisMy ^
with long fringes.
41
These are women trom various mt
those fron the cities ol Rabat or Casahi
ed in modern French clothes and'S*
while women from the mountain viS
the ghettos look as il thej just *tepiJ
Arabian Nights' tale Men are mi JJJ'
many of them ..re sturdj and haniKon*
folk wear the blue French beret but the
are still dressed in homespun burnouse'
shoes and turbans ,f several colors
This is a new type ol immigration ,,
immigration under which the very old theisi
and the permanently disabled cannot coj
they immigrate together with the family^
to support them, or else have relativeL
who undertake to care fur them. The1
indiscriminate immigration first from n,
of Eastern and Central F.urope, and tati
Iraq. Persia and Morocco, had been for j
a threat to the young State of Israel's i
structure. It sapped the states strength^
mean measure by creatinu a maze of i
social problems for which Israel wis
and unequipped. It took almost five yeariagl
with these problems and having almost dejl
"immigration indigestion." Israel is not u
but wiser State. This is why the temponrjj
down of immigration, although in itself aj
sirable phenomenon, was looked upon as it
in disguise.
It gave the authorities and the National I
tions the necessary' respite in which to rtilatj
mistakes had been made and remedy then |l
provided the possibility to train and incrtaj
cialized personnel to help with the ah
During these years of stress, when largei
of immigrants were no longer forthcomiiil
became sorted out. The old immigrant!
where newcomers could remain idle for M
ods and live at the expense of the Stts.1
liquidated. Instead, ma'abarot were initiated
transitory stage. But they did not proves!
happy experience either.
At present a new system has been adof
der which the prospective immigrants
selection by social workers and by medicali
ties in their own countries, and only then,!
clean bill of health and within a certain aet^
can they come to Israel
These people who had never before!
ship, lit an electric lamp or spoken oo taj
phone, have suddenly be< n transplanted teal
Tunisian villages or the lull- of the Morocaii*
to Israel on board of an Israeli ship W
word, almost stunned into silence, the)
the DDT sprinkling, the perfunctory cuittaj
trol, the checking of documents, etc After f
while one can already see them squattier
port shed, sipping tea and munching *
which are given them after they disemtatj
dren play around the bundles, young moUei
their babies, and everything is omlD*"'
whe aU can understand each other, no as?
which country they come, but canJ*-*J
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-Jenisti FkrHitn
PAGE 9E
Archeological Findings
By NURA LASKY
JERUSALEM
L n f Ihr cultural and ritual life of
Ho ueS the eastern shores of the
L 200 vears from the mWdle of
IB" BcE may become a lot easier
toTcompietion of archaeological work
ffia at Nahariya, in Northern Israel.
;,'. mn.ive vessels, metal figunnes,
, and pieces of weapons were found.
Ehereth.. Hyksos practiced the cults
fought I--.., Syria as they drove the
fci of Palestine.
(rl, said Moths Dothan, an
. who directed the digging for the
Department of Antiquities, "that the
fanite temple and nearby 'hi^h place1
Z iniiit a- the Hyksos descended upon
. Syria and abandoned as the Egyp-
.Jhemout again." The temple compound
hw. ., city at the mouth of the
' ,!:, \ ihariya now stands) as well
fwho I'll"! <'-aaton Port
ht exciting find which Dothan brought
Cunlem was, no doubt, a stone mold
-, tin] figurines were cast in bronze and
fast a specimen, which turned out to be
leodde^ with big horns, a conical hat.
Ion the lorchead and a treble row of
tratiny her delicate nude body. Neither
... nor the three other figurinestwo
ng goddesses and one a godhave much
jvuth anything so far found in Palestine,
in. "This art may have been inspired by
but there are some new lines."
Ldess may indeed be the "Lady of Na-
jrhich inspired the cult of the region but
not so far been found in one piece.
ferns no doubt to Mr. Dothan that these
art were cast right on the spotthe
or rectangular High Placeand sold to
irorshippers. for in one of the smaller
. found a pair of horns as worn by the
Nahariya" which fitted into the mold.
lies found among the rubble of this place
(ip included 45 lovely seven-cup votive
flay jugs, rings, bracelets and beads,
hid silver toggle pins, an amethyst scarab,
[ece of linen which was miraculously pre-
this damp climate. j
Las the second dig on the spot. Mr. Dothan
lat the first building on the hillerected
]th the ground and onto which the High
as later erectedwas a square building
cull purposes. Various offerings were
kere similar to those previously discovered
Temple and on the High Place. Dothan
t> ilua tin- -qiiarc building was the earli-
to it tin worshippers brought their offer-
xt a small Hinh Place was erected to the
and finally, a new, larger temple to the
i take the place of the ground-level square
onto which the main High Place was super-
Thus, the small High Place fell into
lie Dothan uncovered the High Place by
pitenanean archaeologist P. Bar-Adon com-
Ihe tenth season's dig by the southwestern
hf Lake (ialilee. where he further investi-
I fortified city wall unearthed earlier in the
and western parts of the hill of Beth
ad been thought that the mudbrick wall
the Middle Bronze I Age, and to have been
Mn the Hellenistic Period; but now that Bar-
lug up a section of the wall, Persian pottery
Gazing off into the distance at the "high
place," on a hill. A Canannite temple was
built by the ancient Hyksos there, as they
descended upon the area from Syria.
was found which, he says, goes to prove that the
wall was built in the Hellenistic Period. Examina-
tion of the floor levels of the towers, which fortify
the wall at regular intervals, brought to light iron
arrows, Hellenistic pottery, coins and cooking
stoves, as further proof of the wall's origin.
Round and square towers alternated in the mile-
long city wall which runs to the sodth and west of
the hill, opposite the old bed of the Jordan RivCr.
In the center of two of the square towers, square
pillars were found, made of rough basalt boulders,
which seem to have supported the roofs and pos-
sibly were encircled by winding staircases leading
up to the second story.
In the Hellenistic period the city was called
Philoteria. In the Third Century BCE. Ptolomy
II rebuilt it and called it after his sister, and two
centuries later, Alexander Jannaeus conquered it
and made it part of the Hasmonean Kingdom.
At the point where the eastern slope of the hill
descends to Lake Galilee (near modern "Ohalo")
a burial place for infants was found, as well as
pottery dating to the transition period between
the Chalcolithic and early Bronze Ages. Hellen-
istic clay pipes which may have served as drain-
pipes, were found nearby, and a short distance to
the west. Bar-Adon hit on the continuation of the
Roman Byzantine pipeline which drew its waters
from an aqueduct connecting the springs of Yav-
niel with Tiberias.
There is stijl much work ahead at Beth Jerah,
and Bar-Adon will probably spend several more
seasons at the site of the ancient city of Philoteria,
while his colleagues of the Antiquities Department
will soon resume digging in many other parts of
this archaeologists' paradise. In Caesarea. between
Haifa and Nathanya. one group of diggers will in-
vestigate the central cattle market of this capital
of Palestine under the Romans, and in the south,
another group will begin investigation of Tell
Aralmi, said to be the ancient Gaza of the Phil-
istines. A new cemetery, accidentally discovered
in the vicinity of Acre and said to be of the Late
Bronze, partly Hellenistic and,partly Roman Age,
will be uncovered later this year.
And Dr. Yigael Vadin, the former Chief of
Staff, is soon to start his exploration which is to
take several seasons, of Hazor, one of ancient
Palestine's earliest cities in Northern Galilee.
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Continued from P*e 1 E
Krishna Menon, was not always on the popular
side of any debate; and the third was always given
n-spect by all but the Arab bitter-enders; he is
Israel's delegation hesd. Abba S. Eban.
Itom: In the powerful political and security
committee. Israel's Michael S (omay (whose full
time job is that of Ambassador to Ottawa) counted
heavily. In social and humanitarian affairs, no
one commanded greater respect than Israel's Mrs.
Zena Harman. In the committee on administrative
'and budgetary
affairs, an Is-
raeli. Arthur Liv-
eran. wan elected
unaimously as
rapporteur. And
overall, there
has always been
high respect for
other members
of Israel's team
here during the
last year, David
Hacohen. Ambas-
sador to Burma;
Mordecai R. Kid-
ron. Eban's prin-
cipal deputy; Dr.
Mashe Tov. Is-
rael's expert on
I-atin American
relations.
Itom: Among the UN's specialized agencies,
the United Nation's Children's Fund is certainly
among the most effective, and here an Israeli-
Mrs Harmanwas elected to the second highest
post, that of chairman of the program committee
which evaluates UNK FFs work programs in every
country in the world.
Itom: When elections were heldby secret
ballot to vacancies on the important population
commission and the commission on the status of
woman bratl was voted a member of each of
these groups. This in spite of the fact that Israel
was already represented h> Mr Kidronon the
Peace Observation Commission.
Playing its role in virtually every phase of
1 nited Nations activity, brael was implementing
that "consummation that Sharett had foreseen at
the time it became mambar of the in. And
Jews, in general, reganHaai Of their nationality.
were prominent in l!N affairs An American Jew
Judge Philip Hal-
pern of Buffalo,
represented t h e
comm
man delegation When the
Rights met during the v,
At the United Nat
Rfne fa
a
w
il
Mnkw Sheriff
. consummation
United States. On
the advisory
committee for
t h e conference
on the peaceful
uses of atomic
energy, a Jewish
scientist, Dr. I. i.
Rabi. headed the
U. S. delegation
At the confer-
ence itself, when
it convened in
Geneva in Au-
guet, another
Jew. Rear Ad
"lira I Lewis L.
Strauss, was
hairman of
Washington's 314
AMo faoa
. ftlicitoos pkratiftf
cation of prejudice and d.scrw' *<
can Jews-Phihp M K ^i,
Go.dm.n-wereP chosen "* ,"* *
pating actively during ,he Lr '"^l
governmental organizations offLIT"
the United Nations was a siuj*
organisations includin* Agudas 12*4
Board of Deputles (lf Br.fi.sh ^ ^
Jewish Board of Deputies, AnJL,^'
mittee. Ang.o-Jewish Associate "1
Unnmrs.ll.. World Jewish Con ^
of Progressive Judaism, World r
Union of Jewish Students.
Thus Israel, as well as jews th.
played their role in and around theVnS
-a role by no means as negative Z$
Council record would indicate The.
vated by power politics. HS pistonsdri
by the hot steam of a cold war. seemed
to be pussyfooting when it came to ,
between Israel and its hostile Arab
Members of Arab delegations crowed ta.
and too frequently with justification J
mal action or futile inaction was cooeai
throughout. Israels prestige continued,
here. Egypt might rattle its dictator's a*
Arab spokesmen here might pour their <3
and out of season But hard diplomatic heal
were not fooled.
The "Gaza Incident" produced shaking)!
and side-of-the mouth warnings that 3
not be a bad boy. But no one here ove
fact that Egypt's retaliation for its _
consisted of angry words and sneaky iiu.
but stopped short of risking open militarji
ments against an aroused Israel tired oh
incursions by Cairo's troops and stooges. Si
Eban's words lost when he pointed out I
seven monthsmost of that period fallingi
the year 5715 Egypt had been found .
the Mixed Armistice Commission of to vi
of the Egypt Israel Armistice Agreement
old diplomatic rule of thumb that a countrrjf
is not measured by resolutions only.
Israel may have had more of the negative
decisiveformal actions when it came to I
Council SessictPi. But Israel had world
behind it.

Indeed, as 5715 came to a close. Israeli
ed its principal Arabic adversary-Egyft-Kj
position thaf could do no ultimate good I
warlike stance. Gen. Burns, implementing
principal resolution arising cut of Febnur/ij
incident, had got Israeli and Egyptian
lives together to discuss pacification of thel
lent Gaza border. Egypt squirmed, but it I
come to that conference And, whether it i
adopt or reject any or all of Burns' pant
plansall of which Israel was willing to
no longer mattered too much. The fact bI
Egypt adopted the Burns proposals, it woj'
to live up to at least some of them; if it l
them, it would only make the aggressor"I
stick to its hide more tightly than ever
Dag Hammarskjold. Secretary -Gfnenl sj
United Nations, reappointed Burns to a
year's term as head of the IN truce team
with the Israel-Arab tensions Thus HamM
had given notice to Egypt- and to its si
bers of the Arab Leaguethat IN he*
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BENTS IF THE
[Continued from P.* 4 E
hjtns< sim each wcre enro."'d;.
PAGE HE
d ot paving tribute to an outstanding
b, ..rranging a Negev dinne* in kis-
nanded during the past year to in-
number ..f smaller communities,
line of these testimonials was the one
T.0r of J Irving 0e,baun1, of Toronto-
$100 "X>0 was raised for the Jewish
,d of Canada. Herzl Year was observed
[bh National Fund by tree-planting
u part> ->f the country. Edward E. Gel-
[wife were the recipients of 600-dunam
he Negev tract near Moshav Peduyim.
*ince of Nova Scotia became this year
brovmcp to enact legislation to prevent
Ion in regard to employment and mem-
jade unions by reason of race, national
Cr or religion. The other provinces
Bdy have Fair Employment Practices
arc Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatche-
Jlova Scotia Act seems to be the strong-
est drafted of any of the statutes in
1000 members of the Canadian Congress
lit their 14th annual convention, urged
Government to use its good offices
bout ; negotiated peaceful settlement
democratic republic of Israel and the
.11ti ol the Middle East
fection ot Nathan Phillip as Mayor of
Jone ol the greatest tributes to be paid
Iridual In a city where the Jewish vote
han 10 percent of the total population
lllip. victory il a symbol of his high
i and of the tolerance which the
1 the right man. regardless of race
Ialso -. the election for the first time
sh mayor in the person of 39-year-old
z, ;i lawyer, a second World War combat
id ;, : irmer Alderman.
IS'eincr was reelected Mayor of Medicine
, where the number of Jewish voters
"minyan."
lontreal civic election last December rc-
Ihe election ol six Jewish city councillors:
|er. dean of the council; Louis Bass, Wil-
V- Harrj Koll>er, Harry Kliger and Nat
(f.
Buchwold, a vice president of the Zion-
Ijzation ol Canada, was reelected a mem-
Board ni Alderman in Saskatoon.
Member 1954, Israel's Minister to Canada,
|.Coma>. presented his credentials to the
General as Israel's first Ambas-
I' \t the same time the new Ca-
i Israel, Terrencc McDermot
ils to Presidtnt Itzchak Ben
I 5 the first shipment of Jaffa
lil arrived in Canada. The
was made possible through
lore i through the Jewish Nation-
Wd I .mada.
1 Exhibition of Trade and Tourists drew
I'.OOO people, opened officially by the
Paul Martin, Minister of Health and
Welfare and Ambassador Comay. The
had an opportunity of seeing the large
of articles manufactured in Israel which
ble for export to Canada.
Pa-Israel Corporation reelected Samuel
as its president. The annual meeting
| report that additional credit of $2,800,000
Ben Touster (right), president of United HIAS
Service, and Jack Shundman (center), pres-
dent of the Toronto branch of Jewish Immi-
grant Aid Society of Canada, confer with
Col. David A. Croll, of the Canadian Parlia-
ment, following the Toronto-JIAS annual
meeting recently. Col. Croll said the Ca-
nadian Government intends making it as
easy as possible for Canadians to bring
their European kin to the Dominion.
was being made available by the banks to facilitate
the purchase of wheat in Canada for delivery to
Israel. Since October 1953 the Corporation arrang-
ed for purchases totalling over $5,200,000.
Canada, at Its annual meeting last March, re-
vealed that purchases in this country had been
made in all provinces for export in Israel, and
consisted of lumber, paper, aluminum, powdered
milk, meat, asbestos, chemicals and agricultural
implements. The company is presently holding
$1,000,000 in Government of Israel Treasury notes.
The present plans of Canada are to import to
Israel.
Of major cultural interest in recent mpnths
has been the controversy concerning the Stratford
Shakespearean Festival presentation of the "Mer-
chant of Venice," and particularly the portrayal of
Shylock. The discussion started last December
when the Canadian Jewish Congress revealed that
it had an interview with Dr. Tyrone Guthrie and
other Festival officials at the invitation "of the
Festival, and that Congress at that time expressed
its regret at the Festivals choice, but assured the
group that in keeping the Congress' attitude to-
wards freedom of expression it would not in any
way boycott the production.
The Jewish Public Library of Montreal was
praised as one of the great reading centers on the
continent at its annual meeting. Joseph Berman
who was reelected president reported that despite
crushing financial difficulties the library is main-
taining and intensifying its functions as the cul-
tural center of Montreal Jewry.
An exhibition of the works of Arthur Szyk from
the private collection of Norman H. Friedman took
place at the Redpath Library of McGill University
Continued on Pa* 13E
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WHAT OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY lfli|
Continued from Pago 2 E
Vad Ve'shem Committee in Munich, and the ORT
Committee in Berlin
The deposition of the property of former Jew
ish congregations, institutions and endowments, a
bitterly controversial issue for many years, seemed
to be ipproachinfl i ettlmmml when negotiators
for both parties, Ihe "successor organizations" and
iIk reestablished communities id Germany, drafted
and initialed a compromise agreement on oil eut-
indinfi issues The Jewish Restitution Successor
Organization in the American and the Jewish Trust
Corporation in the British Zone are the "successor
organizations Hoth were formed not long after
the war bj the free world's major Jewish bodies
lor the purpose Ol recovering heirless Jewish as-
ets Thej sre now engaged in disposing of a major
in! thereof, so th;it the proceeds can be utilized
for world-wide relief purposes and to finance re-
settlement projects in Israel. The small reestab-
lished Jewish communities in Germany also lay
i'ii to these assets, however.
The implementation regulations that are indis-
pensable to the carrying out of the 1953 Federal
Indemnification Law for individual Nazi victims
ware, after long delay, promulgated during the
IT, and m general a certain amount of progress
was evident. Yet the Federal Treasury', which had
appropriated S14.700.000, actually expended only
$5,700,000. Foot dragging, buck-passing and bu-
reaucratic "cold sabotage" were still so prevalent
thai strong indignation was repeatedly voiced on
the floor of the Bonn parliament. Only the exist-
ence of a "putrid climate of creeping anti-Semi-
tism could serve as an explanation for the pro-
crastination and pettiness in the administrative
handling of the indemnification program, the
legal adviser of the Social Democratic Party. Dr.
Adolf Arndt. exlaimed.
Because of the gaps, and inequities and sloppy
drafting of the Federal Indemnification Law, all
idee have agreed for the past two years that an
amendment is urgently necessary. Only now has
the pertinent draft been completed, however. As
for the law defining the restitution and compensa-
tion obligations of the former Nazi state its enact-
ment is not even in sight.
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for the more ,han SJJJ**I
the Novem,M,. wfiSS*
In the wake oi b/m flWm
her repara,,,,,,. ,,mmm^
thetwocounr,e-ron.,nued,o2
gree of normal,)n ln JJ
chairman of the Bundestag c^
n.f.cation. Dr Otto-Hemridiil
salemconfereiu, ,,thcI 2
y Association ,;rman *g
Haifa without incident, and y?T
fw now hem-, earned undnhl
In Cologne, the Israel PurehasJ!
many built a home of its on rffl
vanous amen.ti, within the fa.
mal trade outs.de the reparation,.,
German Government gave its appJ3
mercial importation from Israel oi 3
of citrus fruit, and further of peajj
nels and eggs ,n the value of siaj
After the restoration of Westt
eignty in May 1955. the need for I.
representation in Israel became
in view of the presence m the..
sailors, in view of the impendingi_
machinery installation specialists, atf
the impracticability of continuingur|
tern, whereby British representatimy
visitor's visas, in the nameoftbeaj|
West German Federal Republic. toL
men and others planning to come to (
In an interview which ChanefBrJ
granted on the second anniversary ofL
which the Reparations Agreement m|
Luxembourg, he declared that he I
welcome complete normalization oi I
tween Germany and Israel. It may ml
year, observers m Bonn speculate, I
orary consul of the Federal Republic a
in Haifa and before a (ierman trade i
its doors in the Jewish state.
Visitor signs the guest book at ZOA Daniel
I nsch House in Tel Aviv. During the past
year 5715. Zionist Organization centers
were established in Cologne. Frankfurt,
btuttgart. Hamburg. Hanover. Munich and
Berlin.
Continued from Pag* )E j
dam of their ihorl ighted and op
cits, is faith in our own -trencth. inlha
tion to fight for our list rights andk|
conviction that w< the people. wut|
the day.
Without th^ hop* the ftrtUnV
than grim and ;ai explosion wor* tk|
World War would be inevitable adi
destroy civilization With this hope I
termination to go on fighUng, tkfltl
and it is our only < hanceto reduce!
tension of our period and t h'11
generation a better world
Seven-Up Bottling Co.
Miami, Fla.
SHERMAN j. T0BIN
and Family
C f f T I m C $
ANDY'S TRUCK SERVICE, INC.
fnsineeri'na Contractors
'S I. 8th AVI. H'AUAH
Office Phone: MU 80322
PMi Phone: MU $8012
A. J. Capeietti, Pr.
TO ALL .
A Most Happy New Year
IRVING RATHER
ARTHUR SCHAFFEL
LEATHERCRAFT
UPHOLSTERERS
c ""^S^r"
"0 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 3-5046
? 3
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM JOHN SAPERO
LAWREXCK WMIIKBC*]
F. H. A. FINANCING
Downtown
C67 N.W. Mth Street
Ph. 3-3663
9300 N.W. m
PboneMUi
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DAUETT'S
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATK*
840 Twenty-third Straal
PHONE JE 1-6721
MIA**1


rMBER 16. 1955
"Jenlst) fkriafSar?
PAGE 13 E
HIS OF THE JEWISH YEAR
iinoed from Pag HE
I. .. ,h(. vdull Education Com-
K exbibitcd 50 of his paantuw ;>l
1
, ,, presentation of a Hcftrdv
ers ol the Hebrew Youth
Hatarbut continued through-
With lectures in Hebrew ami in
I ,, interest to all Wanda of He
|Th, ,, k,taluation of Hebrew fti la
, i,v k, r n Hatarbut, is contributing
Len( 0| the cultural life of the
|nj!> | da. Among the many
Cored bj Keren Hatarbut in the
jlh,, ||, 1 campa Uasaad, Hebrew
I irships and meda!- iii
1 ,k eluba, el..
ns in various n< ws-
j for the study ot Ha-
Ld Torahs ol Montreal enjoyed the
700 pupilsof its entire his-
I witnessed the acquisition by
Lghs ol the Spanish and Portuguese
hetive this month, the Shaare Zedek
recently agreed to'add a tenth
iresent ller/liah Junior High School
lorah, and next year to continue
eventh tirade to junior matriculation
mt event in the literary and musical
was the celebration of the sixtieth
ael Rabinovitch. editor of the Jewish
one of Canada's leading musi-
| Rabinovitch was honored at three
lions, held during the month of De-
under the auspices of the Jewish
ciation. the Farband-Labor Zionist
the Jewish Public Library.
(haim N. Denburg published the
|of a proposed translation of the en-
Aruch. the Code of Hebrew Law.
pn is a literal rendering of the orig-
nmentan aims to indicate the source
in rabbinic literature, each law is
|ted and interpreted in accordance
authorities The first volume, corn-
In- 339 to 103 of the Yoreh Deah. the
I of the Shulchan Aruch, treats with
Bournii
Fiddish manuscript written in 1822,
letter b> the Odessa Jewish satirist
her Seforim was discovered in the
Uves the Jewish Public Library
Organization of Canada, by far the
Zionist women'a groups in the coun-
Id one ol it- major projects in Israel
dication of Canada Hall" in the He-
sity. While Mrs. D. P. Gotlieb, na-
ent. was cutting the tape to the front
tpresentative group of Canadian Jews
Ifoyse Hall of McGill University to
|al Dr I Cyril James deliver an ap-
dre--
on to thi< new project, Hadassah con-
ptivities on behalf of Youth Aliyah,
othing for the refugee children, funds
ivid Adorn, and a new drive to rescue
km ol Morocco and Tunis. Construc-
| in full -wmy for the Hydrotherapy
lio victim- in Israel.
|ional Council of Jewish Women of
it> 18th biennial convention in Mon-
day and discussed additional aid to
El Al Israel Airlines hostess Joyce Perlman
totes an ample supply of raisin bread to
feed the Canadian bear at Idlewild airport
just before he and his two mates were plac-
ed aboard a plane bound lor Tel Aviv.
Three bears and two beavers were a gilt
during 5715 from the Toronto Zoo to the
Jerusalem Biblical Zoo.
Israel domestic housing and immigration problems,
and other aspects of international, national and
community affairs.
The Jewish General Hospital dedicated a new
wing for 170 beds, with facilities for teaching, re-
search and treatment. Erected at a cost of
$5,500,000, the Provincial Government donated
$300,000. The hospital now has 400 beds, X-ray
and out patient department, research facilities and
experimental labs.
The New Mount Sinai Hospital of Toronto was
completed at a total cost of $7,000,000. Ben Sa-
dowski, O.B.E., was recently presented with an oil
painting of himself in recognition of outstanding
leadership in raising over $5,000,000 of the sum
required for the new structure.
In the religious life of the community, the new
program of the Synagogue Council of Montreal
augurs well for the New Year. Sponsored by the
Canadian Jewish Congress, and with the blessings
of the Board of Jewish Ministers, the Council,
under the presidency of Samuel Paperman, plans
to coordinate synagogue forces within the com-
munity. It also hopes to make the Jewish commu-
nity aware of the duty and.privilege of synagogue
affiliation as well as to establish uniform high
standards for religious ceremonies in the syna-
gogue.
The Board of Jewish Ministers has completed
arrangements with Montreal radio stations for a
series of radio broadcasts in conjunction with the
various festivals. These broadcasts will take place
Continued on Page IS E
Mr New fear To
% friends
hKennet t
E CHIEF
Had Beach
Florida
I"f I r 1 n c $
f W All |T$ munches
N-i 7tfc AVENUt
SINCERE WISHES
TO
ALL MY
JBW1SH FRIENDS
*
J. FRANK McCRACKEN
Chsrk ef-Criminal -
Court
G K t [ T I N G S
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
SlMipUf Factary Mathed
Smwll ImwU* tffaotrs taefafs
13*1 N.W. Tflft) STREET
nm n Mtil
Nte ThH,
A MOST HAPPY NiW YtAK
All Our frienit and Patrons
JAMES DRUG SHOP
30 S.E. 2nd AVEW0E
fhim %-tm
SIASOH'S 6KHTIN6flo'ALL^iuKlRilNDS AND PATRONS
MR. and MRS. MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN
and Family
REALTOR
528 Lincoln Road Phone JE 8-0569
TO ALL GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC.
PHONE HI 6-0831
514 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS. ELLIOTT C. COHEN and Family
580 W. 49th St., Miami Baach
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EAItL V. WILSOX f'OMPAXV
Merchandise Brokers
Miami Jacksonville Tampa
A Hum ** rr u
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
FOX BRAKE SERVICE
MM at. E. 2nd Arm.
f
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
David S. A Eli Andron
PR1XCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY
HOLIDAY
1
ZARET CONSTRUCTION CORP.
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
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.. Orlando, Fla.. Tallahassee, Fla.. Savannah, Ga.
GUTTMAN AND LAPOFF
Kosher Meats and Poultry
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
325 Collins Avenue
Telephone JE 8-1031
Miami Beach
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TOM B. DeWOLf
CONGRESS BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA'
A Happy New Year fo All Our Friends and Patrons
Hot Shoppes Caterers, Inc
AltUNE CATUUS TO
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PAGE 14 E
*Jewls*rk>rSdiar
FRIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl
and Family
wish all their friends
- AND HARRY WISHES HIS CUSTOMERS -
A Happy and Prosperous New Year

ill: I AUK FAMILY
Extends New Year Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING
S.E. lit STREET at S.E. 2nd AVENUE
100' Air Conditioned, including Htotin
Prominent 2nd Floor Corner Available
FOR OFFICE
SPACE
CALL
The Keyes Co.,
REAITORS 82 3592
Holiday Greetings To All
CHURCHILL HOTEL AND APTS. INC.
3801 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH NATAIE, Owner-Management
SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR MANT IIWISH FRIENDS
Serving Greater Miami tor Over 41 Teari
AWNING AND TENT CO. INC.
S4S N.W. 22nd STREET
PHONE 2 1731
Best Wishes tor a Nappy UnTuZ
THE GENERAL HOSPITAL
2600 S.W. 37th AVENUE, CORAl GABLES
Phone HI 6 2525
348 Minorca Avenue
GREETINGS
J. E. SHAW
CONTRACTORS
Phono> HI 8-7493
TO ALL ...

A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Transport Rental Systems. Inc.
511 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 2-3942, 9-7859
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Continued from Pago
familiei of! the relief roll! During this period
rtitutioni have made more than 2.1.000
loans, for an of $.150 each. Significant is
the tad thai "8 percent of tbeae loans have been
t 1 paM back.
aii "i this work has bean made possible, in the
firsi instance b) the generoelty of the American
Jewish communit) through whose contribution! to
(he United Jewish Appeal the work of JDC is very
> financed other Jewish communities in
overseas lands, such is Canada. South America and
South Africa also contributed to JDC during this
period So too have such official agencies as the
Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, the In-
ternational Refugee organization and the Inter-
Allied Reparations Agency.
The stage has been reached where the Western
European Jewish communities now face normal
welfare case load- such a- remain with a commu-
nity at all time- the aged, the orphaned, the
sick and otherwise helpless in which no real
luctioa can foe looked for. What work remains
lor JDC m Western Furope is due to the fact that
the Jewish communities themselves, weakened by
so many year- of Nazism and war. have not yet
recovered sufficiently to take over entirely their
own welfare problems. The strengthening of these
communities to the point where they can once
more, la in the past, not only take care of their
own but contribute to the health and welfare of
Jews elsewhere, is the task to which JDC is now
devoting itself Noticeable progress is being made
in this direction in a number of countries.
Toward this phase of JDC's work the funds of
the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany have begun to make a very substantial
contribution, a contribution whose importance is
expected to increase in the years immediately
ahead and to pave the way for the re-establishment
ol European Jewish communities on a self-sup-
porting basis
Barring further .at..-trophies, therefore. Rosh
H.-hona B716 presents a picture of continuing
progress toward the da] when the Jewish com-
munitiea ol Western Furope can take over the
responsibility for meeting their own problems But
while in that part ol the world JDC can look back
to ten yean of poet-war accomplishment else-
where a realistic stock-taking of the problems of
"" ":"' ''I and handicapped in Israel who are
il>< responsibility through its Malben program
would -how thai far more must yet be done than
had already been done In Moslem countire- what
JDC. baa -lone In Ihe.battle against poverty, disease
and tear is only the f.r-t skirmish of a bitter war
To the extent that the Jewry of Western Europe
can begin to stand on its own feet to that extent
can JDC increasingly channel its energies int.. |H
cTumneT" "f aCt'V,,>-1' W4 the Moslem
*J*
Partially paralyzed Mrs. Genkl
ia reunited with her dcnigEij
separation, at Israel's LyS*
reunion and1 Mrs. LederUn,
the Jewish State were made m*
Malben. the JDC welfare proa*.
hall of aged, ill and handicap
ers to the Holy Land.
Continued from Pie* if
which we can do regularly, if we try. H
for example. It represents acquisitive**
selfishness. With money we can buyl
people. Like the Shofar in its earlieru,
la often linked with strife. But it en]
higher use. like the Shofar in the jl
during the year we are confronted nu^
whether to use our funds to acquire:
item which will enhance our stock of |
or whether to use it on behalf of soaei
we arc observing Ro-h Hashona all 1
we select the latter objective for m\
our hard-earned resources Similarity
tests itaalf ethically each time it hsM
between more armaments or more aij
privileged country, between aiding i
ing dictators.
IMPACT OF UN
Continued from Pag* 10 E
ZTw.aBTVuJly. In ** 8upprt- """"-
here Zu J '" th' import,nt P*e
here, including even the Soviet Union
The same Shofar which called ma]
now sounds the call for brotlierlHoi i
money which summons us to add hi
can be used to assist fine institutions 1
Make a sacrifice on behalf of the
Appeal in April and you will as surelybi
Rosh Hashona in the springtime as jwl'
your pew when the High Holy Daysi
So, as we begin a new year, we en I
the great poet. Donne, and say that I
which we hear on Rosh Hashona and 1
before we depart from the synatopei
Kippur sounds for you. It rings ost 1 f
that you are capable of the loftiest sWr
ish conduct if you want to make tat 1
you can love the exercise of virtue in f
any other time, as much as you do a I
f
GUARANTY TITLE 6
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 Want FlacjUe Street
BEST WISHES
To All My friends and Acquaintances t
A Most Happy New Year
Lin Fonq
Chinese American Restaurant
7321 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE UN 6-5588
outlines ro ah
ftORIDA BURLAP AND
AGC0.,lnc.
"fcjaj, ftajp ^ CHt9m
Vfcjas, Ch* M,m Uilm^
" N.W. Bfth STtffT
'kww M 7634
A VERT HAPPY
NEW YEAH
SHAW BROS.
OIL CO.
Exclude* Distributors el
Pur* Oil Company
Product. In South-
Eastern Florida
FOLLOW YHE<
COITAOH
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WstftaWlHI
OPEN
8:30 A^ito4^1
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tePTEMBERiy955_
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PAGE 15 E
[NTS Of THE JEWISH YEAR IN CUBA
Continued from P.fl* 13 E
J preceding a holiday, and will be
L different KaM>is n each occasion.
ffirst time in history-, Canada was the
I hth World Jamboree of the Inter
WISH JEWRY
ed from P9 7 E
Continu
Nearh ;.!l are active in Jewish com-
Lps__sir Henry heads the Jewish Trust
[n for Germany, as well as a number of
Ls, Barnctt Janner is president of the
[Deputies; Ian Mikardo is a stalwart of
as are a number of othe Labor mem-
Jewry can celebrate its Tercentenary
in its contributions to the national life,
^guarding of its br6thers overseas and to
Bding of Israel. But there will need to be
hinking of its communal problems if a
stion mark is not to hang over the role
Jewry in the years ahead.
>
national Boy Scouts, which was attended by more
than 10,000 scouts from all parts of the world, of
which it is estimated seme 600 were Jewish boys.
Nine scouts from Isr.ul. including a Catholic scout
leader from Nazareth, a 15-year-old Moslem, one
who was born in Iraq, one born in Germany, one
in Roumania. and the others born in Israel. While
in Canada the Jewish scouts were under the care
of the Canadian Jewish Congress. They enjoyed
an interesting program of sightseeing, visits to
other camps, and becoming acquainted with Mon-
treal Jewish Scouts.
Thirty Canadian young men and women, be-
tween the ages of 17 and 30, participated in the
Seventh Israel Summer Institute. While in Israel
they lived on Kibbutzim, met the people of Israel,
studied, and worked part of the time.
Two young Israeli agriculturists took part in
the 4-H and Future Fanner of Canada Show at the
Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver about a
month ago. The visit was made possible by the
cooperation of the Israel Embassy in Ottawa, and
the Pacific Region of the Zionist Organization of
Canada.
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model of the famous Touro Syna-
at Newport. R.I., U.S. historic shrine,
iclized ihe 300th anniversary of Jew-
element in the United States, the bb-
nce of which began last year. Dur-
toe Hebrew Year 5716, British Jewry
.aik its own Tercentenary of settle-
ment in England. "It will be," say Geof-
fry D. Paul, "a time for taking stock and,
perhaps, for a bold new start in achieving
that communal unity the lack of which is,
sadly felt in almost every sphere of (British)
communal endeavor."
*i GREETINGS
|W WHITE CLEANERS
t LAUNDRY
ISititfaction Our Pleasure
I C0UINS AVENUE
r*nt JE 4-2557
[ 1 ^AR TO ALL
| '*" 'A \0 PATRONS
todio Sales &
Cental Co.
f726 ALTON ROAD
Phone JE 1-1932
C R. Gunn
(IffTINCS
Frta hck-Um rarf Otfhrtry
Mmm 2*4*3
BRICKELL POINT
SERVICE STATION
CfTffS SERVICE PRODUCTS
Ukricoti.n, Greasinj, Washing ani
Palishing, Mechanic *n Duty
01 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
A HAPPV NEW TEAR TO ALL
Whnn You Think of
BOTTLES
think of
Magic City Bottle
& Supply
1380 N.W. 23rd STREET
Ph.ne 64-4S51
Specializing in glass container
problems for drug, beverage,
food and cosmetic packers.
A Happy and Prosperous New
Year To All My Friends
and Patrons
Samuel Pollack
REALTOR
605 Lincoln Road
Phone IE 1-1174
A Hmppr (*tw Yw To AM Our
fritnii and Patrons
O. S. Baker
FINE TURFGRASSES
it Ztyiit Gruttti, Mtytr 1-52
japonic a ami Rvflnwn FZ-17
MatrtlHi
358 N.W. 27th AVENUE
MIAMI
Phone 64-3352
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES & BARTENDERS
UNION LOCAL 133 A. F. OF L
ALVARO GONZALEZ, JR., President
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, Secretary-Treasurer
240 N.E. 8th Street Phone 3-7603
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
EAST COAST PAVING COMPANY
3566 N.W. 32nd STREET
Phone 64-8171
Greetings To All
O. J. Jorgensen
L. G. Schref f ler
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
Biscayne Building
Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet and Family
5101 Lake view Drive
Extend Best Wishes To All For A Happy New Year
To All ... A Most Happy New Year
MACK CONSTRUCTION CO.
6462 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE MO 1-8591
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PRITCHARD PAINT & GLASS CO.
552 N.W. 5th STREET
PHONE 3-6213
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
VfttnYouTMtk
1733 ALTON ROAD
Tel. JE 8-4134 JE 8-8083
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 Northwest Lejeune Road Miami
PHONE 64-9761
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
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*mi*i*> IkrkHan
A II.pry New Yeu To All Our
Friend* am! Patrons
T
Miehelson's
f
521 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 8-2931
FRIDAY
GREETINGS
Jack
MacLaren
SERVICE STATION
SUNOCO PRODUCTS
6201 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone MO 1-9372
Good food
Reasonable Prices
To All Greetings
ORIENTAL GARDENS
RESTAURANT
2401 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone 64 9317
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
4 II Alt I I IS
WAYSIDE FURNITURE and
SUN FUN PATIO SHOP
143S0 BISCAYNE BIVD.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 816 3882
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
from
Henry Donner
of
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS
17 N.E. 14th STREET
Phone 7 6405
r
5716 1955
As you face the new year with vision and
courage, please accept the sincere wishes
of your many good friends here who
stand ready ... always ... to help you to
make your future brighter and happier.
THE TREND
IS TO .
Dad e Federal
JOSEPH M. UPTON, Present
4 COMVIMIIMJ Off ICES TO SERVE YOU
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AUAPATTAH BRANCH
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EDISON CENTER BRANCH
5797 N.W. 7th Avmm
Our Resources Exceed 80 Million Dollars
Ovr Reserves Exceed AVi Million Dollars
Thm 0H fivers. Mrevtors and Sales Organization ot
M
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EBO
wish in extend best Irishes tor a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIER
and Family
2038 N. W. 27fc At..
PHONE 64-6554
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
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1260 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
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MIAMI FLORIDA
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1955
SECTION F
FURTHER ADVANCEMENT
TOWARD INDEPENDENCE
rael Views the New Year With Joy
Irvin I-onion
and
Harold Pont
of ffce
DELICATESSEN
end RESTAURANT
1173 N.W. Fifth Street
MIAMI
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and Friends
L-cere Wishes For A
'Very Happy and
fcsperous New Year
hr Catering Service
is available for
leddings, Bar /Mifzvas,
rgonizofion and Social
Functions
BEST WISHES
FOR A
:ST HAPPY NEW YEAR
fOVIDENT JEWELRY
and
fGGAGE COMPANY
24 N. Miami Avenue
TEAR TO ALL
A.\I> PATRONS
Normandy Isle
Seed Store
1171 7Ut STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone UN 6-4267
-ou Borden. Owner
ttMl CBIfTINCS
Christine
Carrigofi
"On the industrial front, Israel greets the
New Year with confidence that it is becom-
ing a key manufacturing and commercial
center. As it observes its eighth High
Holy Day season as a state. Israel finds
itself on the threshold of major economic
advances."
A YEAR Of PROGRESS SINCE 571S HAS MEANT CONTINUED
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON THE ROAD TO fREEDOM
By MEYER F. STEINGLASS
The opening of the New Year 5716 provides
an appropriate occasion to review the advances
made by the State of Israel during the past year,
and to evaluate it. perspectives for the future.
American Jews have a particular interest in such
a review, because more than 700,000 of them have
invested in State of Israel Bonds, and are thus In
a sense partners in Israel's accomplishments.
In its seven years of Statehood, Israel has been
a land of rapid change. These changes, many of
them made possible by Israel Bond funds, have
made of Israel a country which would not be recog-
nized by those who have been absent for a few
short years.
The most outstanding change in Israel is, of
course, the fact that this year 870,000 more Jews
will be celebrating Rosh Hashona there than
seven years ago. This central fact, the hundreds
of thousands of new settlers who have been wel-
comed to Israel to rebuild their lives and to shape
happier lives for their children, has affected every
facet of life in Israel.
The key to Israel's efforts to provide for its
doubled population lies in a record increase of
food production on the farms of the country' Since
Israel celebrated its first Rosh Hashona as an in-
dependent nation seven years ago, the farm popu
lation has more than tripled, from 111,000 to
346.000 with more than 420 new settlements found-
ed. Some 300,000 acres are now under cultivation.
Israel's formers, with the aid of Israel Bond
funds, are making possible a remarkable change-
over from a short supply of vegetables and fruits
to an impressive increase in production allowing
for the export of many items previously imported.
For instance, Israel now ships abroad such com-
modities as citrus fruits, dates, figs, olives, bananas,
grapes and other food crops, some of which are
preserved and canned.
Self-sufficiency has been reached m vegetable
supplies, and is also expected within the next three
years in dairy products, ckrs. fish and edible oils
Israel's seed growing indu-try. which at present
supplies 90 percent of the country's needs, is ex-
pected to meet local demands and to allow for ex-
port in a few month-..
Though Israel must continue to import meat
and other essentials, long range plans aim at whit
tling down the list of imports to a bare minimum.
In the near future, the expansion of cattle and
sheep raising, mainly in the northern Negev, and
wheat growing under partial irrigation may sub-
stantially reduce the need for meat and wheat
imports. Local livestock production has made re-
markable progress: seven years ago, barely 40
percent of the feed required was grown in Israel;
but today, with more than twice as much livestock
to be fed, all feed requirements are being met
locally.
With the coming year. Israel's agricultural plan-
ners look to- the development of the country's
water resources to make possible the irrigation
of larger and larger areas of the nation's farm
land. Aided by Israel Bond dollars, the irrigation
program has already made possible the completion
recently of a huge 66 inch pipeline, bringing the
waters of the Yarkon River to the northern Negev.
This project alone is bringing 50,000 additional
acres under irrigation.
During the next twelve months. Israel, utilizing
Israel Bond dollars, will continue to go forward
with its nationwide conservation program, which
includes the Huleh Valley and Kishon Valley pro-
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Probably nowhere else in the world would
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be more at home than in Israel's Negeb. Here is
where the Israel cattle ranges are beginning to
take shape Settlement! arc placed here not only
with regard to agricultural considerations but stra-
' tegically for the defense of the land. There is
danger and hardship, hut there is a satisfaction
like thai "I IB art 1st m taking an empty canvas
and turning il Into l beautiful picture. Here the
canvaa is the breed feet <>f nature itself. Farms
and towns spring up where before even a cactus
found it difficult to survive.
Main 111 Israel prefer the easier living afforded
in the large citiea, but it bis been said that one
place you will not find a solitary grumbler is the
outermost post of the Negeb. the city of Elath.
The unique distinction of Elath is that every-
. ne 1- working for the future. This is not meant
figurative!) or abstractly More than half of the
population arc actually engaged in erecting hous-
ing unit- for the settlers who it is taken for granted
will hi there MOD
Elath'! .insurance of this future Is tied up with
the exploitation of the King Solomon copper mines
which has now passed through the exploratory and
blueprint rtafea The real working of the mines,
financed by state of Israel Bonds is beginning.
Hundreds of workers will be required and they
are expected to live in Elath.
At the emergence of the State of Israel. Elath
was only an ancient memory, existing in history.
It was there that King Solomon, according to tradi -
lion, received the Queen of Sheba when she came
to visit the wisest of all rulers. Had the Queen of
Sheba returned to visit Elath immediately on the
emergence of the Jewish State, she would not have
been impressed. The only structure existing was
an adobe military barracks.
It was not simply by his proverbs that King
Solomon impressed the Queen of Sheba with his
great wisdom. No doubt she inspected the nearby
copper mines and was impressed by the way King
eSev
When Eddie Cantor was in Israel several
years ago. he met this picturesque Jew from
North Atrica-perhaps much like the Hora-
tio Alger from Elath. Uncle Shraga. who
came to town with nothing but his suitcase
and wife and who. today, owns several
Jarge^business establishments.
J 9 *
l
9f.4
Harvest time Thousand! of _
hitherto barren soil will, as a result di
irrigation systems, soon be growing |
and peanuts and even cotton. A |
ture is evolving out of ancient
themes and modern pioneering et-
as Jewish farmers cultivate the soil 1
rael.
Solomon utilized the winds which ymeini
sheets down the mountains of Moab to I
flames of the vats of copper. ArrhaeolopaJ
that the remains of the ancient smeltui|i
show that Solomon harnessing the winds U\
the principles of smelting now in use.
Elath has other resources beside the 1
copper mines. It is situated by the Red Sat
many exotic fish abound If Davy CrockMl
to grapple with alligators, at Elath todajj
would enjoy wrestling with sharks. Thereat]
at Elath who do thus engage themselves.!
skins make'valuable handbags and the iaxtri
of these behemoth of the sea are rich a\
vitamins.
A- variety of industries are spnngisfl
Elath which are capitalizing on the steaaj
rocks indigenous to the locality. The rock!
are beginning to be worked. One net
Elath utilizes the local gypsum to makei
ornaments. Still another polishes tic
stones of Sinai range which have a beauty)
own.
A modest hotel is now in process of I
for the many foreign experts expected I
near future. Everything is still ofcoum*
modest scale as yet. The mayor of the l0t*f
Hannoch Nenner. runs the municipality
hall, which is nothing more than a prefabi
But things are coming along. There afl
Horatio Alger stories in Elath. Take uW
Uncle Shraga. When Israel took over
of the first settlers to arrive was Uncle Sh
Continued on a# M t
Our Sincere Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New Year

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lelpless Jewry Relies on Them
By MOSES A. LEAVITT
Executive Vice Chairman
Joint Distribution Committee
!, m a former DP now making himself a
i in Germany, would have a difficult time
tninlMlf understood by Roland P.. the
nan in Paris, even though Noah H fairly
Polish, in German and in Yiddish. He
[have even greater difficulty with Nicole H.,
strcs in Morocco, or with Kenzo V., a small
,epcr in Italy.
'even though their lives have been so differ-
Hen though the languages they hear on the
; which they walk daily, and the clothes they
re different, for each, Rosh Hashona 5716
(rve to reaffirm the age-old understanding
Jiat they n;lvc '" common is far more mean-
It han that in w"hieh they differ.
though none knows the others, and though
nay ever meet, in the prayers which they
tach could repeat the same words of thanks-
though their tribulations have been many
not yet over, neither Noah nor Roland nor
nor Renzo is forced this year to eat the
|bread of charity, as they had to in other
What they eat. what they wear, they have
j, and the once gray clouds have at last
to show the rainbow.
a few months ago Noah borrowed $190
ent into the office supply business in Ger-
In Pans. Roland, though he is blind, is
fcring in an electrical parts business which
his wife started three years ago with a
>an. Nicole, the Jewish seamstress in Mor-
[ received enough money to buy her own
machine and is now supporting her entire
And Renzo. the shopkeeper in Italy, was
la single low-interest loan to pay off all the
fe debt.- which were eating up the profits he
piking trom his business and driving him
I, Each and every one of these, plus thou-
more in many lands who were once on ro-
lls received a helping hand from loan insti-
estabiished since the end of World War II
Joint Di>tribution Committee.
krJPC using funds contributed by the Amer-
pewish community through the United Jewish
il. thi- i- far from being a new development.
king World War I. JDC-subsidized loan insti-
wen pcihaps the most important single
M
[d core case arrivea in Israel through
,p,a"ce' First medical assistance
' Ji*. s Malben in the Jewish State and
i a helping hand to become financially
! will be this woman's future hope.
This Rosh Hashona finds this mother and
child in a JDC transient center in Paris wait-
ing for the organization to end their home-
lessnesto bring them to Israel. Through-
out Europe, North Africa and the Near East,
additional hundreds of thousands are ask-
ingsome of them with fearful urgency
"When can we go?"
factor in the survival of the Jewish communities
of Eastern Europe. By the year 1930, there were
767 Jewish credit cooperatives functioning in
Eastern Europe with more than 500,000 outstanding
loans totaling $65,000,000. In Rumania, Poland,
the Baltic countries. Czechoslovakia, Austria and
Bulgaria, these credit cooperatives, established in
partnership with the Jewish Colonization Associa-
tion (ICA), as well as the free loan ka-sas, saved
hundreds of thousands of Jewish artisans, store-
keepers and professionals from disaster.
These loan institutions, inspired, organized and
subsidized by JDC in cooperation with local Jew-
ish communities, spread to practically every size-
able community in Eastern and Central Europe.
Hitlerism and World War II wiped them out of
existence; but even while the war was" going on,
JDC set Ksetf the task of reviving this vital part
of its relief and economic rehabilitation program.
World War II was still being waged in Europe
in 1945 when JDC representatives met with Jews
newly returned to Antwerp, Belgium, and created
the "Joodschc Cooperative Leenkasse,"' thus re-
introducing to the communities of Europe one of
JDC's principal tools for economic rehabilitation.
Today, there are 14 such loan institutions in
operation in Western Europe and North Africa.
In the past ten years these institutions have made
some 25,000 loans to small businessmen, profes-
sionals, artisans and craftsmen. The entire sub-
ject of loan institutions was brought to the fore
early this year by three events: 1. The opening
of a loan institution in Hamburg. Germany, the
fourth created in that country since the first one
was established in Munich nine months ago. 2. The
tenth anniversary of the creation of the Antwerp
loan institution, the first such started by JDC over-
seas in the post-war period. 3. The recent earth-
quakes in Greece in which the JDC-organizcd loan
institution in Athens was one of the principal
tools for rehabilitation of ruined Jewish business-
men.
The concept of a loan program to help needy
Jews help themselves is basic in the many-faceted
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The Druzes-Their Contrib
By ED REINER
The cai | plea ol Israel includes
,, .; i jroup than ihe Druzes. Many
id the iMip.MrA^MMHBL < '
urjjfcs, Isstfijra, have Bunked 00 lh>ii
cult are, (fir i "f then- integration intn th.
neTr^*Talc. an>! '' "inigly peculiarity of
utioi.
th-
en-!'
rhe Druzes speak Arabic, consider themselves
to be ol pun v i nl bul keep away tram
the Arabs wherever possible The) have fought
nsi the Arabs with their Jewish fellow citizens
mi oi IMS the] often i
to the '' i Israel In Bop-
i thai \i ar tin y were formed into new
in the i-iael D f( nse Arm)
till another Jmportanl difference.
area ol the world where
religion baa been the great dividing line
irs Thej are nof Mohammedans. Their
ion, in fsct, presents one ol the most curious
ects ol our knowledge -or rather, lack of it
about tin Druzes And th.it i> the fact that their
i tc achings are kept in greatest secrecy
even from most Druses Only those among them
admitted to an inner circle of Aqqal (Knowers)
arc Initiated Into the secrets of the religion. The
others, known as the Juhhal (Ignorants), remain
without knowledge as regards their own faith.
This striking U r aTiout their religion seems
most poignant to < at this time of our yearthis
season ol Roan Paahona, How very different is our
view of ourselves and our responsibilities. For
this is the sea-on of our great personal inventory,
when there dire not be among us any Ignorants.
We have never been a people divided into inner
and outer lrcles in matters of conscience, learning
and piety And it seems to us that at no time of the
year, ne holy day or ritual proves it better than
the prnod that we now enter. The great gate of
Rosh Haahona swings open to lead us down the
th of the Ten Day's of Repentance.
There is tin-, too, to be said. Despite the great
Dal responsibilit) involved in the searching of
self that this hoi) season confers upon ua, there is
no possibility for us to be puffed up in pride at
the great individuality inherent in these thoughts
responsibility is too great for such thoughts
Neither the Da) of Remembrance nor the Dai ol
Judgment permits ,,( Mich interpretations
Nor is n, paradoxically, a time for divorce from
the great collecttva that is the Jewish Btopte, pan
'The Druzea speak Arabic.
tHO*- T nl Mohammedans. Their reli-
q en. m fact, presents one of the most curi-
ous aspects of our knowledge."
fought against the'Arabs^wSh ^M
fellow citizens and as early as kl ^
of 1948 they offered the./se vtes^
new State of Israel." *
and present. The emphasis on the persarfJ
ming-up is no invitation for every man ,1Jf
hand against his neighbor on the cantonJf
exactly in that realm of trespass ^
adjured to be most meticulous i, ls ln .J'
gory of sins, the sins that we commit all too 2
against our fellow men. that we must searrh,
deeply.
Yet in this Holy Day. we are almost eg J
from the customs of the peoples of the world,
are the Druzes. The very fact that it is a Ho ^
and not a holiday, is proof of that We eel**]
only our wise and holy men on these days r J
mere fact that there has been a change in thceik*
dar. It is not a time for backslapping. though (Ul
a time for best wishes. It is not a time for note
behavior, but rather for sobriety.
Above all. it would seem that no time of J
year bears better witness to our status as a peak
of learning than this Rosh Hashona. This is |J
time for us to know ourselvi to be true toot
best selves. And this we cannot do without tat
standard against which we can measure ourseha
that has been laid own over the centuries.
No one of us can be so prc-umptuous asks
imagine that he could give himself a "clean
of health." simply on the grounds that some ad
ternal process made him "feel okay Judainj
requires less anarchic ground.- for Mich ju
What is required is a baawledge of the s_
a kind of spiritual Bureau uf Wrights tod Lj
sures. Nobody puts his thumb on these scajeii
Boatl Hashona is the time for the toting asSj
our accounts. And because we are all prousdi
to be "Knowers" the accounting system is sfl
changed from one year to the next. And em I
we change in all other thing*, if the "natimfl
shoulder has replaced the padded one. tnat marl
nothin;;. The shape of the soul, the knowtasjq
of what is required of us in our duty to Coil
man. resist.* all dictates of fashion The con
ment to Jove the Lord, our God, with all our I
will not be more or less imperative for any I
of geography or citizenship, nor any of the *!
ol man.
Because of this grand difference in our syOSJ
of belief, then, we can say with pride, not'
New Year" but "may you be inscribed for a I
year." Which really means, of course, "May yasl
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**4**nnricto%n
Mayor and His Project
By MARC H. TANENBAUM
I f FjorelIo LaGuardia of Israel was disturbed.
L three millenia Jewish men and women dis-
d throughout the world yearned to be in-
Ufd to Israel, why now, were so many leaving
country?
Lbba Khoushy. the mayor of Haifa who so fro-
L(iv has !>ccn likened to the late New York
|o7 LaGuardia, because of his peppery and
iir.il way of handling public issues, gave the
(bitm a first-hand look.
|Befcind the headlines of recent years which
lorted the increasing departure of "ohm," immi-
L|. to the lands of their origin, Mayor Khoushy
dged up these surprising facts:
hi, -e of the immigrants who left Israel for
Lr former homes were elderly couples. They
Dttinl) city dwellers. They had come to Tel
E r Haifa or Jerusalem, set themselves up in
\l little apartments, and spent a good part of
Sr days queuing up in long lines, under the
mr.g Mediterranean sun, sweating out their
fur food, or a seat on a crowded bus.
Ufcr a while they began to feel like their fore-
who murmured openly against Moses and
on, "Wh) did we come here? Would that we
Ittjred in our lands when we sat by the flcsh-
vhen we did eat bread to the full. ."
[The fact that the fleshpots of these urbanized
elites in Central Europe, or India, or North
tica were illusory or non-existent did not affect
|ir murmurings. They were unhappy cliff
Uters in dusty noisy cities and this was not the
torr.ed Land of milk and honey" they dreamed
DU!.
IAt the same time, Mayor Khoushy discovered
parallel development of more pregnant interest.
ere were \irtually no young people among the
kat. lied yordim" (those who went down, out of
*
here are virtually no young people amonq
be aasatisfied. The sabras and youthful
nm.grants discover a richness and variety
' 'ne:r new, growing country. v
Rosh Hashona 5716 is a new year ol hope
for these delightful immigrants from Iraq.
They who see the country, who live in her
war embrace, love her.
the land, the antonym of "olim," those who went
up). And the reason? The majority of the young
Israelis were in the armed forces during the strug-
gles with the British and the Arabs. During their
"hitch" in service, they traveled the length and
breadth of the country from Dan to Beersheba,
from the Jordan River to the sun-bleached Medi-
terranean shores.
Within the 8.000 square miles of their young
country, about the size and shape of New Jersey,
the sabras and youthful immigrants discovered a
richness and variety of scenery and climate that
enraptured their affections. The fertile coastal
plains were as luxuriant as the hot cities were
dedicating. The streams and mountains of the
Galilee were altogether arresting. The stony Ju-
dean hills rustled with memories of their Biblical
past. And before them the triangular Negev
stretched out a beckoning challenge of tomorrow.
The young who saw the country, who lived in
her warm embrace, loved her. And they stayed.
Abba Khoushy gleaned the answer from this.
The older citizens of the state must come to know
Israel in her magnificence, not only in the meager-
ness of her city life.
And so Mayor Khoushy made this blunt pro-
posal: all the taxi drivers and truck drivers and
bus conductors should devote their day off, volun-
tarily, to driving the elder men and women of
Haifa through the countryside, along Elijah's path-
ways on Mt. Carmel, overlooking the resplendent
harbor. Out to the kibbutzim on the weekends.
The municipality of Haifa would arrange the tech-
nical details. The drivers would be called on
several times during the year to bring the older
people to the country, and the country to the older
people. The mayor was moving Mohammed to the
mountains, and bringing the mountains to Moham-
med. It worked, and the disgruntled elder citizens
grew wi>e from the young, and they stayed.
The project of Abba Khoushy is slowly being
taken up by others, inside and outside of Israel.
Several weeks ago, for example, an American-
owned enterprise, the Israel Tourist Service Cor-
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SALES AND SERVICE
640 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PACKER PONTIAC
(formerly Trail Pontiac)
665 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FINE CARS FINE SERVICE
Phone 9-4576 Ask for Gee. Barney
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216 LINCOLN RDM B
FREE PARKING
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Italian American Restaurants
"KNOWN fROM COAST TO COAST"
Now at TWO Convenient Locations on Miami Beach
136 COLLINS AVENUEPhone IE 8-1869
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Greetings...
ON THE
New Year
0w Sincere Wishes to Everyone
for a Year of
Pence, Health and Happiness
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' FRIDAY,
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL fRIEDLAND
and Family
i:
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
NOW OF THE DUNES HOTEL LAS VEGAS
TIT1J; INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
Langford Building. Miami 82-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
GREETINGS TO ALL
\ ilaro rain I inn i ompann
Vour Satisfaction Our Pleosun
1170 S.W. 6th STREET PHONE 82-6158
C I I t T I N C S
Known from Coosf le Coast
The GARDEN
RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIl 10UNG
2235 S.W. 8th Street
Season's Greetings
CASTKO CONVtRTIBLtS
Biscayne Boulevard at 14th Street
Miami, Florida
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WM. J. ALLEN and HAROLD M. DAVIS
CUSTOM CRAFT MFG. CO., INC. and
PARRY INDUSTRIES, INC.
3301 N.W. 73rd STREET
Phone 65-4595
What Happened Next Y
By BEN DAVID
What happened next rear in Israel0
<-. s.t\ t,i write an article about what
I next year"
Maybe, but Edward Ballany. author k n Backward" once wrote a phan-
t.,-\ about the InhaMUtnta of Mar--, whom he pre-
dicted ;i- bainfl ahle t<> sec the future.
V Inhabitant nl Man WOtlld ln> able to write
such .'ii article l>ut not a denizen of thi> planet.
However, I have a tnend on Mars who has
-cut me KMM note- and here are some of the
things he lorc-cc-
Pint of all since the cold war had abated, ne-
tioai were begun by Israel with the Soviet to
permit .lews to so to Israel. As a result. 2.000.000
.leu. look the train from Moscow to Tel Aviv and
the porter-, on the trains made a fortune selling
pillow- and hot chocolate to the passengers Israel
w.i- forced immediately to begin the rationing of
, hi Fortunately the immigrants brought along
their own vodka or there would not have been
enough urine lor kidduah. The large flow of Rus-
sians even caused Hie weather to change and a
heavj soon tell in the Negeb. The favorite song
of thi v ne to be that old reliable, "Auf
linn Pripichock
Fortunatelj several of the Jaw* working in
the copper mine- of the Negeb had once been in
the garment buatnaai They immediately began the
manufacture of overcoats Aj button- were needed
lur overcoats it wai found that the Negeb sands
earl
The great Yarkon pipeline to the Negev
stretches into the vast distance. The big
development next year will be the estab-
lishment of many new agricultural villages
as a result of its completion.

Bet! Ititshcs ||br JV JHnppy Jfefo |iw
Season's Greetings
Associated Land Surveyors
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
DANTE B. FASCELL
YOUR CONGRESSMAN
Ben David houmorously predicts an j
of 2,000,000 immigrants such as this su
hopeful into Israel from behind the
Curtain during 5716.
were ideal for this purpose The Republicsi
Democratic parties both placed orders for I
buttons for 1956.
The next great thiny that happened m |
next year was the Hading of oil. So much mi
found that the people began calling the i
Isra-oil.
Everybody grew rich like down in Teas.'
lacs all about President Ben Zvi put on a I
gallon hat and Hebrew began to be spokaaj
southern accent, like in Texas. "Shalom vmi
became a common expression in Beersheba
Something even greater happened Israeli
to bottle sunshine and export it to the world
won't need coal or gas. A can of sunshine I
provide fuel and power This came about si
result of an invention by an Israeli scientist J
All this is craty. >oii
Well, some is Let take up particular*
About the emigration from Russia, ml,I
that the cold war seem- on the diminshii
that is at least a remote possibility.
About the oil. The :>urt of lamajj
at Gan Yavne WM very encouraging. Therel
l>een such evidences in other drillings
but never before in tuch quantities
About the sunshine It is a fact that in 1
scientist. H. Tabor, ha- achieved remaruhkj
suits in the development ol I solar engine,
use of the suns energy for the heating of r
and for minor domestic purposes is noul
thing. But not enough of the Mil enerpJ
been successfully captured by any of the i
practices to make it useful for industnil |
The problem has been not so much captuna|i
Continued on P9 '1F
The Heart of Fashion
in Tropical America


^EPTEMBEB 16,15
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PAGE 7F
,e Little Kibbutz Bal Tekiya
By HERBERT A*. HOFFMAN
, swun6 into the kibbutz gateway. He put
\ of speed careened around the curving
fc and brought the car to a squealing stop
Lance to the administration office. Before
[passenger could regain his equilibrium,
L out of the car and around the other side
rooen the door. "Sof. sof, higanu!" (We're
announced with the proud air of a man
[carried out a taxiing mission with master-
etence.
Klein eved the young Yemenite driver
lUrctting his lack of Hebrew for the hun-
\Le He sighed with resignation and pull-
Elf out of the car.
[ .pare man came striding out of the of-
rway His left sleeve was empty and pin-
he shoulder of his work shirt. He walked
Laces to the car and offered his right hand.
f he greeted Danny. "You are Dr. Klein?"
t shook right hands as Danny said "Shal-
Lded yes to the identification and queried
Cn,, -You're Aaron Breitman?"
the kitbbutz chairman acknowledged.
led at the empty left sleeve of Danny's
End smiled wryly. "We make a perfect
nan turned to the driver.
om, Moshe."
shook hands,
[slim youth managed to make a ceremony
eting. He was the aide-de-camp reporting
tmplishment of a delicate mission to his
fding officerat least a general.
Iman and the driver exchanged a few
in Hebrew and the youth headed toward
|y cottage with Manny's luggage.
you call him Moshe?" Danny asked. "He
his ;. Mo
I e you," Breitman explain
fj Hebi name is Moshe, and he insists
\ ionsit hows h<>'s a citizen
i probably smarter, than
Y with Ins family ami inti-
[ m of the name is used.
Li.- id Danny, "maybe he doe- consider
I hei e fn one piece I'd bate
[a i i if he didn't Rkc me!"
\ Into his office and drew
mall table adjoining a I
l received the message that
i in time," the chairman noted.
i wine and the glasses on
b lc< the wine from our own
on'l have enough vines for commcr-
I just enough for our own use on
k> anil ; MMSa."
} in the laugh and then in the
1'chi thej raised the giagMI filled
itn'.in
Ike the work that you arc doing," Breitman
1th a new lone of seriousness.
Jot into it by accident," said Danny, tapping
ptv sleeve "I had hoped to be a surgeon,
Nina changed things. I was fresh from my
hip in Philadelphia when the Army called
land assigned me to North Africa in 1942.
^ftwaffe gave it to the field hospital I was
to. While 1 was getting patched up in a
\\ back home, I got interested in the rehabili-
program. The Veterans Administration
I had some good ideas on fitting handi-
vetcrans into all kinds of jobs. Somebody
seems to have mentioned my name to the people
at the United Jewish Appeal. They got in touch
with me and told me about the same kind of pro-
gram they were supporting in Israel. They got
me together with the Joint Distribution Committee
and the Jewish Agency bunch in New York, and
the next thing I knew I was landing at Lydda air-
port. I've tried to be of some value in helping to
place people like you and meand in most cases,
physically far worse offinto productive jobs in
industry. But I've got the bug in my head about
getting some of these people into the countryside.
I asked to see a kibbutz with diversified activities.
I want to get some idea of the range of possibilities
They recommended Kfar Avodah. And here I am."
Danny paused to finish his wine. "From what
I've heard," he continued, "I like the work you're
doing."
"It is also an accident," Breitman answered,
with a smile, repeating Danny's gesture at his own
empty sleeve. "A Jordan Legion mortar shell near
Jerusalem in 1948, changed me from a so-so
violinist to a so-so administrator."
An ear-piercing shout interrupted their talk.
They looked out the window at a child of about
four who was calling to a playmate near the kib-
butz gate.
"That's an awfully big voice for such a little
boy," Danny commented.
"You really should meet that boy," said Breit-
Continued on Pag* 15 F

is- MfH M^H[

A network of underground children's shel-
ters in Israel's frontier settlements to pro-
tect immigrant youngsters from attack, have
been under construction during the Hebrew
Year 5715. Total cost of the project was
$3,000,000. Each shelter consists of two
rooms and a small corridor. They are built
about seven yards deep.
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To Our Patrons
and Friends .
Holiday Greetings
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644 N.W. 54th STREET
Phone 9-2558
Sincere Good Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
Directors, Officers and Staff
o
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
of Miami Beach
A. I. MAILMAN
Chairman of file Bmmrd
SHEPARD BROAD
Prasifeaf
.
CORAL GABLES FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Maim Office: 2501 Ponce do Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
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A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO Alt
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Telephone S-0711

TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CO.M.ER CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35th Street Conger Building
Phone 65 6723
VAL DAYTON, Owner
Sincere Good Wishes for a
Happy New Year
Dade Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
3933 Biscayne Bird. Miami
Phone 3-8642
BEST WISHES TO ALL
GEORtiE'S CARPET SHOP
927 N. W. 7th Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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SHEET IV4ETAL SHOP
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MIAMI BEACH
To all our friends we express
our fondest desire that the New
Year be filled with "Brocho-
Blessings" of Peace. Health.
Happiness and Prosperity for
all Israel.
Owners and Managers:
S. M. GRUNDWERC
M. NEWMARK
W. KESSELMAN
and Families
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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GREETINGS
Coral <..-ill's Pottery Shop
"Red Wood Patio Furniture
2931 Coral Way
Phone HI 8-3055
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&
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Group of distinguished American generals
who were in charge of European liberated
areas after World War II and their ad-
visors on Jewish affairs received awards
for humanitarian service at a V-E Day
commemoration held by the United Jewish
Appeal in Washington during 5715. Top
row (left to right) are General Joseph T.
McNamey. who commanded U.S. Forces
in Europe; General John H. Hilldring, key
U.S. member of the combined British-Amer-
ican Liberated Areas Command; an: fc4
rael Ambassador Abba Ebon. Leaders*]
participated included Rabbi Philip mJ
stein. Rochester, N.Y.. who was advisor %\
Jewish affairs to the U.S. CommausJ
European Theater nf Operations; MrT
Louis E. Levinthal. Philadelphia, who *]
advisor to the U.S. Commander ;n Cm
many; and Prof. William Haber, Anr. to]
bar, Mich., former advisor to the US. Ccsl
mander-in-Chief in Germany cr.d Ausml
ChenValiant Woman A
rmy
By MAX ROBBINS
Because the Chen training camp was within
est) travel of Tel Aviv. Deborah, a newcomer to
(hen. was able to spend her fourth weekend at
home with her mother, father and sister, and join
them in welcoming the New Year in. Friday after-
noon found her standing on the side of the rosd
outsidfl the camp, the sun beating down on her.
She wanted a hitch to the city. She was hot. tired.
homeskk. A farmer and his little boy, trudging
wearily along the road, passed her with a wilted
"Sholom."
Then Deborah spotted a large black limousine
coming towards her. a chauffeur at the wheel.
American tourists, she thought, taking in the
sights in comfort and commenting patronizingly
about Israels progress. Feeling a twinge of annoy-
ance, she nevertheless hailed the car. It stopped
a little beyond her and she walked to it quickly.
A woman put her head out of one of the back
windows. "Can we give you a lift?"
"Yes, thank you." Deborah's EotM,
at school and in corrp-pondence with
cousins, was. if not fluent, certainly adeqiuttj
"Come on in." the woman said, opena|j
back door. As she stepped into the car, I
glancing about, saw that there were five'
in the back and two up front with ihe dm*:.
two on the jump seats moved over to main
for her, and the car rtaitsd again.
"Comfortable?'' one woman a>kcd.
"Yes, thank you."
"I guess you're in a hurry to get home fa
Hashona."
"That's right," Deborah said.
"We're anxious to get back to the at) (
to attend synagogue."
Deborah nodded. "We will be goinfc
family and I."
She wsa not inclined to get into a coow
Putting her arm on the ledge of the *M|
looked out at the rolling countryside
The women resumed talking among tfcn
TO ALL...
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THRIFTY SUPER
MARKET
519 WASHINGTON AVENUE
TO ALL CREETINGS
r Bwtifl Cat Hewers
mmi C*rtaati at law Prkti
CM .
THE EXOTIC GARDENS, IMC.
sind fiowiis r wf
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New Year Greetings
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Service
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"Hy^n-mmtk" Trmmimit$it
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3ER 16. 1955
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PAGE 9 F
r,i a
i spent the day touring the
3f making a aide trip-to the
L wnuKln-rtalnlygctakickoutof
K ", could see me askmg a chem.st
Ej Dead Sea chemicals and phos-
mother said. "But I'll tell you
fce'uv M home we'll really know
-ibiii*' about. _.
; who had invited Deborah into the
Sn Thai reminds me. I've been
bar around with me all day and I
Em girl- about it. Harry wrote to say
L.i office al home is arranging a bi*
fv for n i arly in October, and I'm
on Israel."
irtainl! have enough to say, one of
rmented. "I can't get over what
eing. It bring! the whole Bond drive
jin from ol you."
(turned to her. "You ladies are here
lL a leadership tour. We're
Llied bj what we've been seeing .
I the new roads, the irrigation plants.
Lars n.ills count"
Jue- Deborah -aid. She couldn't resist
_ American friends don't let us forget
Lp us. I suppose it's only natural."
[he women said to her, not unkindly,
[rather hitter thing to say?"
Deborah answered. "But it's a
J thing to always feel patronizedlike
[children. I don't mean any offense to
I believe me. But if you were in our
J see what I mean."
Lly you understand the need for us
Deborah said. "But you come
[America, where you have everything
Libly ask for. And in abundance, too.
Lou look at usforgive me for speaking
It I can't help itwe see your attitude
i and hear it in what you say. It's easy
nan sitting next to Deborafc said to her,
ere all American millionaires?"
i smiled. 'You know I didn't mean to
, like that."
j feel that way, I can tell." The woman
|ing earnestly. "I'd like to shew you
With that, the woman extended her
on whieh Deborah saw a handsome
bet. "Pretty, isn't it?"
fcutiful." Deborah said, not sure why
was doing this. Not out of malice,
I why"
knan went on to say," You know, every
[friend- here in the car with us has one
I she telling me this? "It's nice for all of
aid.
ust wonder why I'm saying this."
fly. yes
I you Because I want you to know that'
|buy these bracelets and charms, and our
didn't bu) them for us either. We work-
vorkeri fur gold charm bracelets?"
right. Take a good look at the charms,
took the woman's hand in hers and
I the four charms on the bracelet. There
p. a sailing vessel, a bunch of grapes and
I deer. On each charm there was one word
I and one in Hebrew.
re lovely,' Deborah said. "But I still
understand why you're showing them
oman smiled pleasantly. "Do you know
what they represent?"
"Yes, for of the Twelve Tribes of'israel."
And beyond thai?"
"I don't know."
"I'll tell you, then. They represent ten thou-
sand dollars."
"Ten thousand dollars'"
"Exactly. Israel Bond dollars. I earned these
charms selling ten thousand dollars worth of bonds
1 people in my country. Every one of these charm-
means twenty-five hundred dollars invested by my
people to build Israel."
"And that's why we're so Interested In what
we find here. We're not just sitting back watching
you Israelis as though we were your ttperlors.This
is our way of working right with you. That's why
we have Chen."
Deborah's ears perked up. "Did you say Chen'.' "
"Yes."
"But I'm a member of Chen it's our Wo-
men's' Army."
A flurry of pleased excitement welcomed Deb-
orah's exclamation. She was rather bewildered.
"You have Chen in America?"
The woman whose bracelet she had examined
now explained to her about the Chen sales corps
of American women volunteers, she made it
clear, who were so anxious to work for Israel's
advancement that they had formed this dynamic
group.
Deborah listened with the keenest interest. The
enthusiasm, the earnestness of the woman reached
her and made her a little ashamed of having spoken
so critically.
"So, you see," the woman said, "We arc all in
this together."
Deborah smiled. "I must have sounded rather
stupid to you."
"Not at all. After all, we can understand your
Continued on Pago 10 F
Israel continues to make rapid strides in
exploring local commodities to foreign mar-
kets. Citrus is a major product, along with
other fruits, flour, starch, candy, cigarettes,
drugs, soaps, pharmaceuticals, chemicals,
cement, tires, automobiles, radios, refriger-
ators, watches, typewriters, kitchen utensils,
clothing and giftware. Here are Israeli fruit
packers loading crates aboard a freight
train. ______
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A MOST HAPPY NIW YIAR
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REALTOR
13912 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 89-1523
G S
PRECAST
CORPORATION
PRECAST CONCRETE
WINDOW FRAMES
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE HI 6-2503
GREETINGS
SUN LIFE
ASSURANCE CO.
OF CANADA
FOR INSURANCE CALL 3-8797
w Keith Phillips Alex S Cohen
ii S. iji-I S.nn K..tz
759 W. FI.AGLER STREET
MIAMI. FI.A.
ABmc
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\ L T O R
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
Ponce de Leon Bivd.
A. H. Soroi'O
H. E. Dufkin
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT
319 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-5373
MIAMI. FLORIDA
To All A Most Happy Holiday i
NOBLE H. PARKER
REAL ESTATE
1623 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM BERLIN
AMBER FUEL OIL
GULF OIL
24-Hour Service
PHONE 58 0735
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon 5. Halperin
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ir Yvur's
COMPLETE
DAIRY SERVICE
HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK
GRADE "A" MILK
BUTTERMILK
DUTCH CHOCOLATE DRINK
WHIPPING CREAM
COTTAGE CHEESE
LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM
and Other Dairy Products
CHEISRAEL'S V/ILIEMT WOMEN'S flBMY LE|
Continued *rm Pae F
feelings, too."
Deborah said. You know, this has been quite
an educational little trip for me."
"For us. too. perhaps we'll all understand each
other a little betterand that matters a great
deal, doesn't if"
Deborah aKrced spiritedly. By this time, they
wera in the heart of the city, and the women insist
ed tli.'t they be allowed to take Deboroh to the
apartment house where her family lived.
As she was getting out of the car. having
thanked the women warmly. Deborah had a
thought. "A very happy New Year to all of you.
I do hope we'll be seeing you at the Chen base
before you leave." Yes. they said, a visit there
raj on the itinerary-
Walking up the steps to the third-floor apart-
ment. Deborah was iost u
cans had given her new ,"**'
had learned someth.ng lhat** l
of importance. She^^l
through. tha*nj
Her mother greeted her whu
the apartment door appy ^
did you get home?"
"Some American women m ^ ]
Her mother ra.sed an admomshij
nght-dont tell me all over ^
cans bother you with their superioT'
people. ." penon "We young people." Deborah
times a little slow to catch on,
"So it wasn't bad?"
Deborah smiled "No, mother ftj
at all." And. with that, she started'ki
table for dinner.
ih ay J
Moths-]
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HIAS
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Dr. Florence B. Freedman. vice president
of the Hia Women's Division, auxiliary of
United Hias Service, presents the owner-
ship papers for an audio-visual mobile
unit and library trailer, to Yehudi Levi,
Consul of Israel in New York, as Solomon
Dingol (left), chairman of the Hias execu-
tive committee, and Samuel Goldstein.
chairman of the committee on activities in
Israel, look on. The unit and tiaik|
chased by Hias with funds raised bfI
Women's Division for presentation Irj
rael and equipped with a sound
magnetic tape recorder, a phc
turntable, a public address system i
ditional equipment, will be used
cials primarily in servicing inn
settling in all parts of Israel.
New Year Greetings
NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
and
ASSOCIATES
Greetings horn
JIMMIES
BEER WINE'
'Best Hamburgers in Town"
Jimmie 8t Nat
369 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 2-9830
DAIRY PRODUCTS
for Home Delivery
Phone 7-1611
'0 411 GREETINGS
Phone* 2-1024 9-6434
N. A. WHITTENBURG
WHOLESALE AUTO fAUKS
U46 N.I. FIRST AVENUE
Ml FLORIDA
GREETINGS
MIAMI FOOTWEAR
CORPORATION
MwaV t-SlW
M47 N.W. 1st PLACE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY NfWTEtfrt'
R/V/frM OWDItf>|
1201 CORAL *
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Continued from Page 2 F
In with nothing but his suitcase and
\ Uncle Shraga owns a gasoline
}bonati'(l soda factory and a restaurant,
kit is strong in Math, but Uncle Shraga,
| Is along with it.
eb contain- more than half the area of
[bigge>t thing that has happened to the
the establishment of the Jewish State
^pletion during the past summer of the
nging water of the Yarkon to the Negeb
wrsbeba.
i< of dunama of hitherto barren soil
suit. soon be growing beets and peanuts
otton. Thi> achievement is one of the
the cap of Israel Bonds. Financing
la> been one of the "pets" of Israel
kho>e who have bought Israel Bonds may
in their contribution to a development
ms say will revolutionize Israel's agri-
S PROJECT
Continued from Page 5 F
allowed in Mayor Khoushy'> Booteeps.
I .rural manager, Meyer Paw-
peed that every American Jew who
ing in Israel will auto-
I i free tour for his relative or
Israel. A sort of "Point Four Tour"
aw called it in hi> announcement, "help-
developed travelers in Israel travel in
(country "
|plan works who knows but that some
public official in the United States
t> mil Native New Yorkers might yet
|the Statue of Liberty.
Joseph Epstein, 19, an exchange student of
Boys' Town in Jerusalem, who has been
studying at the Mesifta Seminary of Brook-
lyn for the past two years, i* wished Bon
Voyage by a group of the school's students
as he sails from New York on the S.S. Jeru-
salem for Israel. Here Epstein i* shown ac-
cepting a priceless Scroll, said to be cen-
turies old, the gift of A. P. and Henry Hirsch
of New York Boys' Town.
AND NEXT YEAR?
Continued from Peg* 6 F
sun energy as keeping it from being quickly dis-
sipated. The Tabor process offers great hope in
this connection. The process will be tried during
the coming year at the potash works around So-
dom, being developed with the aid of the funds of
State of Israel Bonds
Israeli scientists are also experimenting with
the harnessing of wind for electric power. Also
a first step to the nuclear power of the more dis-
tant future has been taken with the prospects of
the construction of an experimental reactor under
the I'.S scheme for atomic energy development.
One big development of next year will be the
establishment of many new agricultural villages
as the result of the completion of the big Yarkon
pipeline to the Negeb. The sands of the Negeb.
for thousands of dunams will blossom, let us say,
if not like the rose, like the grain of barley, to-
matoes and peanuts. If you were a purchaser of
State of Israel Bonds which established this pipe-
line, you may have the gratification of knowing
that you have contributed to this development.
Next year in Israel should be a big year, kain
anhera.
New Yeor To All My
be* and Patrons
^URICE CUSTOM
TAILORING
M ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
[Hne Jf 8-3363
* J. Weiss
'y W UAH ;o Alt
?
("d Mr- Cal Gould
*"! Family
rr Greetings To All Our
Friend* and Patrons
MIAMI BEACH
KEY SHOP
810 5th STREET
Phone JE 8 5409
L. H. Brown
HOLIDAY GMITINSS
HICKORY BARBECUE
Nenry leis.il
teuii Sfuh'sofi
217 5th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 4-4037
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
Holiday Greetings
JUDGE
? 11* U)l*
George E. Holt
Dade County Court House, Miami, Florida

To All ... A Most Happy Holiday
MARVEL CLEANERS
SERVICE and QUALITY CLEANING
Mrs. Lucile P. Neher. Owner
16 CORAL WAY PHONE HI 8-2554
Mr. and Mrs.
Norman D. Jacobs
and their children
Rabbi and Mrs.
David J. Jacobs
and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baros
and their children
James, Grant and Lauren
EXTEND NEW TEA* MUSHES JO ALL
CREETINGS
G & E METAL PRODUCTS CO.
Ornamental Iron
Grills Catet
Perch Railings
Custom Made Aluminum
Storm Shatters
129 N.W. 143rd STREET
TO All SEASONS GREETINGS
Mrs. iMther T. itanUson
t ASSOCIATES
CONSTABLE, DISTRICT NO. 3
HAPPT NEW TEAR TO All
ALLIED LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
Phone JE 8-7073
1436 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Greetings To All
PRESTON B. BIRD
Your County Commissioner
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and Family
Tommy Bobby Jerry
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Venetian Staortway Sedan Service
RADIO CABS AIR-CONDITIONED SEDANS
1133 N. E. Second Avm Phon 3-3800
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Westbrook Motors
Wrecker Service Expert Body and Fender Repairing
Painting and Class Work Mechanical Work
1759 PALM AVENUE, HIALEAH, FLORIDA PH. 88-14B6
GREETINGS
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON. Inc.
Buiiders Contractors
44 N. W. 8th Avenue Phone 3 3067


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^JmlstncrkMar
UDAY
i
MIAMI INVESTIGATORS
SUITE 237 PLAZA BULD:NG
Day and Night Pr>oe 92-mrt
Civil. Criminal and insurance
lnvetiation. Alexander Stolfi
.-.nd Avery Wilhflm. D'recto *
cnnincj
HARDIN OFFICE SUPPLY
Complete Line of Office Equipment
DESKS CHAIRS FilES
353 MIRACLE MILE
Phone H! 6-0851
MR. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Wish for All Their Patrons
and Friends a
Happy New Year
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ROME MATTRESS
Sam Reisnor 6 Max
2027 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 3-2023
Season's Greetings
from Philip Cohen
Schaff
Preserving
Co.., Inc.
1305 N.W. 22nd Street
PHONE 65-9012
HAPPY HOUDAY
from
SYLVIA and HERB EMBER
of
Miracle Children's
Centre
290 MIRACLE MILE
(Near Miracle Theatre)
"Boys' and Girls' Togi
Through Siie 14"
GREETINGS
Apex Furniture and
Upholstering Co.
Upholstawng
Mattress Renovating
1004 N.W. 5th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-2762
GREETINGS TO ALL
FRANK GARCIA
BEACH
TYPEWRITER
CO., INC.
Everything for Your Office
Sale s vice Rentals
Supplies
1671 ALTON ROAD
Phone JE 8-6272
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
HartlovVi
Aulo Top Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. Is? Avenue
Phone 3-899?
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Best the Market Afford*
I Reasonable Prices
Nathan Alexander and Family
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
MONITOR FURNITURE CO.
CORAL WAV at 12th AVE., S.W.
and
6262 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
SOUTH MIAMI
Phones 2-3775 A MO 6-236
Now in Our New Location
Calvo Feed &
Garden Supply
3485 W. Flagler St.
Piicne 83-6051
rUIR'N! '','. i-o F-:t05
All Purina livestock an-i poultry
Chows arc now MicroMind to
assure ynii 0f ev?r better quality in
th Ch-clccrboarl Bag and
Micro-MlxrJ Chows are available
OVLT at your Pirina Dealer.
Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
820 S. W. 4th St.
Phone 9-2477
SRAEL ATOMIES THE NEW TEAR
Continued from P9# 1 F
Th. m' major projects will be constructed
anil maintained by the Mekoroth Water Works
Conpany, Israel's foremosl public utility in the
water field
Mekoroth, founded in 1937 and now operated
with the aid <>f Israel Bond allocation-*, supplies
watei tn .110 villages and 42 urban areas The com-
panj growth is reflected by the-fact that it sup-
plied 2.17 mpared Witll 1.18.000000 cubic meters during
the preceding twelve month period. With the com-
pletion of the Irrigation projects, the company's
iclty Will reach 935.000.000 cubic
meters
on the industrial front, Israel greets the New
Year with confidence that it is becoming a key
manufacturing and commercial center. During the
1 v. n year*, Israel gained the friendship and
trust ol a number of American corporations which
invested In Israel's future by opening up branch
plants there Israel is justly proud of the fact that"
included among these leading companies are
Kaiser Willys, Philco. the Jerusalem Shoe Corpor-
ation la division of the General Shoe Corporation).
General Tires. Dayton Tire and Rubber, Mack
Truck- Sandier Shoe Company of Boston, Ammi-
dent Tooth Paste, Barbasol Drug Products, Helene
Curtis, Revlon Cosmetics. Hudson Pulp and Paper,
Empire Pencil Company, Biltrite Sole and Heel
Company. Pilscr'i Original Beer and Saran Plastics.
One year ago. there were some 16.800 industrial
enterprises and workshops in operation in Israel.
Today the figure stands at more than 20.300, and
it is still rising Last year at this time, the number
Of factory workers totalled 119.000, while today
it has increased to 125.000. Electrical power pro-
duction rose from 759.267,000 kilowatt-hours to
895,584,000 kilowatt-hours
Israel's chemical industry is receiving signifi-
cant impetus from Israel Bond proceeds. This is
especially true in the case of the country's greatest
single industrial enterprise, the huge Fertilizers
and (Ticmicals Ltd. plant at HaTfa. There, a three-
fold program of far-reaching export potential is
being carried forward.
The physical plant of the industry has been
enlarged by the construction of a sulphuric acid

Crews install new concrete water pipeline
in the Jerusalem corridor, one of the many
irrigation projects made possible through
State of Israel Bond capital.
On newly cleared and iniqZl
Jerusalem hills, farmers tend3
crops. "
processing plant and an amoiu,.
expansion will take place tS
plant is completed in a few raonJ
potash and other mineral resource,
Sea have been made available in,
limited supply of raw materials, B,
reopening of the Dead Sea Potash 1
and the completion of the modern
from S'dom to Becrsheba. These I
establishment of a permanent pt_
center near Kurnub in the N*es,|
list of basic raw materials whieift
Chemicals needs for making larpi
various chemicals
Some of the other chemicals andi
have been discovered and are
the Negev with the aid of Israeli
are copper, ball clay, glass sand,;
ore, gypsum and other important:
it is the Negev. which seven years 1
explored wasteland, to which
promise of new wealth which will I
self-sufficiency.
With Haifa's Nesher Cement plat
ducing 40.000 tons of cement per jfirt
Nesher cement manufacturing plat]
turning out 170.000 tons annually, I
cement-making requirements are
an. excess of 135.000 ton*, which
$2,300,000. are being exported
Israel-made drugs and pharm
rently going to Turkey and several
pean countries I he -,-ime holds
products as flour, starch and sapr.-]
ceramics are scheduled for export
the coming months as a result of
ment of new plants m the-e in
instances with the assistance of
vestments
Although Israel has expended tktj
Development Budget funds for the r
industries and agricultural projects. I
significant sums to the field of
during the past year. A ne raiWf
the Negev to Beersheba i- currently I
extend the route ol existing "ill
the recently completed line from Ml,
Continued on PJ* ,4F

AHai Yi m.
FaiENoi ,-n Patkoni
LORENE'S SALON
OF BEAUTY
Lula Jones
flower, for All Occasions
Mil VERY
Cut Flowers
fottod ai.,,,,
Corsages
* Funeral Design,
Weddinos
MO. # P"r,iM
"10 S.W. 8th STREET
2-5790 Phones 2-5562
5171 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone HI 8-1559
Air Conditioned
A HAPPl VvV rfAR f0 ALL
'"''" "PATRONS
olso-i, rilnitnj
Social Stationery
Commercial Form,
50 Years' Experience
900-902 LE IEUNE ROAD
MIAMI
Phone HI 8-9389
George W. Folaom
To All Our friends and fefafi vrs
HAPPY NEW TEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Slatko
7300 N.E. AVINUf
Holiday Greeting To All Our
friends and Patrons
ALLEN CARPET CO.
CARPETS, UNOilUM ead THE
143* ALTON ROAD
Phone, a 1-SMf M t-lSlS
A Happy '*j
hitiii ad *
Heautl
403 WASHING
MIAMI B
Phone IE WI
Alma and'
"a most hah*
TOHNNE*
BODY SB*
"fly th# R"ilm
Potato*-0*
SEATC*
Body and Fl0*(
74N.E-*;
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JER 16, 1955
+Jewlsti /tor-idiom
JEWflY BELIES
linw(d from Page 3 F
Uc rehabilitation projects of JDC
[ami the Moslem world. In Eur-
Tnd* made available from the UJA
fece on Jewish Material Claims
L plus mom v raised locaJtjy Hi?
Jjial i ip i. I invest men*'. In North
i Australia, the institutions were
tnership with the Jewish Coloni-
The borrowers in each case are
Call who want to open a new
j their present one. purchase raw
L,,',,.. to Imilil UP a more lucra-
, the more economical pur-
pment for ^professional
Hi) its administra-
-oni the community in which it i^
/jjj ,,.. crs from those who have
(economic and professional life in
.linn and women who are familiar
f and who are prepared
,Tt advice to the clients and
nacement of the operation. The
[provide- guidance, supervision and
close liaison with the loan head-
|01 the loans range from a few
with the average loan between
lacconlim: to the country of opera-
like Belgium, where the institu-
ju>t alter the liberation in 1945,
hon-citizens are probably the most
IDC aid programs underway. There
[in the country; 90 percent of them
i for. unlike in the United States,
difficult for a foreigner in Bel-
ne a bonafide citizen, a newcomer
1st first establish a ten-year resi-
. a special act passed by Parliament
Itizenship. Meanwhile, the Jewish
Ids it difficult to receive permission
open a business requires capital.
only from JDC loan institutions.
Option ten years ago. the 'Taisse de
dits" in Brussels and the "Joodscho
eenk.i--. in Antwerp have granted
loans to needy Jewsof whom
lived up to seven scpar3te loans.
Ig the preceding one. Ninety-nine
(borrowers came to Belgium either
from the woods and caves where
the occupation.
\, Jewish loan institutions arc now
knkfurt Munich. Berlin and Ham-
pdded help ol funds made available
jConference Clients there are for-
fcplac" I persons, both German and
ptizrn*. unable to secure loans
channel- In the few months since
post-war loan institution in Ger-
doors, 130 applicants have receiv-
llOO.UUO while another 150 requests
i I Special consideration and
: granted to help Jewish refugees
|rnjany and to provide emergency
Jews who, because of sickness or
would otherwise have to go on
prica. '.lie loan lund operations are
lews receive not only
enroll in a special training
Introduces the artisans and crafts-
Khinerj md tools that do the work
Bicicnt |e.- eostly manner. Then,
PAGE 13 F
WHH the money to buy mechanical equipment and
bis new knowledge, the Jewish handicraft worker
is off tO a new start life. The loan Institution
and it, .elated work provide the first opportunity
for many destitute Jews in North Allies to find
relief from the treadmill of misery that has typified
their life for generations ti1m. who n.(.(,ju. (|u,
money and the training are then fitted to main-
tail themselves in North Africa if they stay. to
adjust more rapidly in Israel if they migrate In
the past two years. 700 applications for loam have
been approved. Jewish artisans ln Tunis have
been brought up to such a standard that members
ol the local loan institution are eligible finally for
low interest loans from the local banks.
The Greek loan institution and the Paris organ-
ization w, re both established in late IMS. Vienna's
was opened in 1949, Milan. 1948. Home. 1953, Casa-
blanca and Tunis 1953, and Sfax, 1954.
In Israel, the loan fund program is part of
IfalhKl, JDC'S relief and rehabilitation program
for newcomers to the state. Here it is the handi-
capped immigrants to Israel, nursed hack to health
in a Maiben hospital or rehabilitation center, who
are given the opportunity to borrow a sum of
money and to open up a shop. Hundreds of form-
Continued on Page 14 F
This baby receives a medical examination
in a UJA clinic in North Africa. He is one of
126.000 children in 24 lands that UJA must
help during the Hebrew Year 5716. Joint
Distribution Committee assists his parents
in their small commercial endeavor.
:happell
tyne Building
STINGS
l^haddick
LTOR
Management
loans
1 8-2591
GABLES
4 Happy New Year To All Our
friends and Patrons
Air Conditioning
Service, Inc.
24-Hour Service
1118 15th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-2343
Greetings

E. I. Tait & Company
8017 N.E. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI
ll is With Pleasure I
Extend A Most Happy
New Year la All
W. IS. Thomas
Superintendent of
Public Instruction
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
State
Finance Co.
1160 We*i Flagter Stit
222 N. E. 2nd Avw.
AUTO FINANCING
PHONE 3-1792
lto*li TOasfiona ...
Time to Ileiiieinber !
'Whosoerer Honor* the Torah
Shall Himsrli be Honor***-
!
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TWMN ANNMVBB8AMMEM
TERCENTENARY
The year 5715 marked the 300th anniversary of Jev/ish
settlement in America. In every Jewish community. Rabbis
dedicated their sermons to this important milestone. Edu-
cators evaluated Jswish contributions to culture, science,
industry and other fields of endeavor that broadened and
enriched the scope of American life.
5716 MARKS THE 61st JUBILEE OF
WILN0 KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
In the annals of the Tercentenary, the Wilno Kosher
Sausage Co. took its rightful place among the pioneers
and builders of the Kosher Sausage industry in America.
Organized in 1894, Wilno has brought to the Jewish people
a vast variety of delightful delicatessen products; and has
strengthened the religious heritage of the dietary law thru
the strict observance of KASHRUTH.
Standing at the dawn of this New Year we express our
gratitude to our dealers and customers everywhere. Once
again we redediccie ourselves to the principles of:
Kashruth Quality Serrire
May the twin jubilees usher in the New Year with
PEACE and PROSPERITY
Wilno Kosher Sausage Co
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
MIAMI BRANCH i. OFFICES: 2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
TELEPHONE: 2-8422 for Delivery
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
710 S.W.J2*hAv. .333DAPEBIV0
3-3431 JE- 1-7*77
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PAGE 14 F
*Jewls* fkrkHan
FRIDAY.
Season's Greetins To All
JACK JUSTICE
THE SURFSIOE REALTOR
9513 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone UN 6-7646
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Fred B. Hartnett
283S Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
TO ALL GREETINGS
U.S. ROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 3-8445
MIAMI. FLORIDA
LUIGI'S RESTAURANT
TO ALL GREETINGS
FINEST ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD
7419 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
i
GREETINGS
Hibiscus Baking Company
Formerly Gleason's)
PIES-CAKES-PASTRIES
1732 S.W. 8th STREET
3-6717 PHONES 9-5087
** C*.A^?' President and General Manager
M ILC
t -A
and ICE CREAM
Extends to All Their Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
m ANTfCIPJlTES THE NEW YEAR i/|(
~rrv
L'Shono Tova Tikosevu
United Kosher Market
1553 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270
The Original Kosher Market, Owned by LOUIS E. KATZ
Under Supervision oi the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Farmers harvest hay. Israel Bond funds as-
sist in the purchase of modern farm equip-
ment used in the Beisan valley, where agri-
culture and cattle raising are major in-
dustries.
Continued from Peg* 12 F
den Thil now Negev line will connect mining
centers in the south with ports on the Mediter-
ranean. When these sections are completed later
this year, the railway route will be extended to
Hamachtesh Hagadul, one of the main sources of
raw materials in the country.
Shipping has increased rapidly as well. Israel's
merchant fleet now consists of 31 vessels, with a
capacity of 200,000 tons. Progress in this
field can best be measured by the fact that seven
ago. Ill Ml owned 19 vessel, with a gross
captcit) of only 40,000 tons.
Israel's economic accomplishments are impres-
sive, but much remains to be done. Israel still has
a difficult task to achieve her goal of- reasonable
-insufficiency by 1960 This requires, above all
else, a continued flow of investment capital. For
Israel Bond investment .ire the bedrock upon
winch must re-t the further expansion of produc-
tion in industry agriculture, transport and all oth-
M parts oi the country'i economy,
Ai ii observes its eighth High Holy Day season
as .i State, Israel finds itself on the threshold of
major economic advances Under the impact ai
the Israel Development Bond [sane, fanal con-
to demonstrate to, the world its growing
Vitality and creativeness and American Jewry
continues to den ii faith m fa future.
DRUZES IN ISRAEL
Continued from Pag* 4 F
li.s,' | thorough knowledge of what is required of
you by ancient precept, and secure in that knowl-
edge, may you measure up to that requirement."
It means, above all things, that >ou should mea-
sure up. hot to some idea of -happiness." which
is an invention of man for man, but to some stand-
ard of knowledge, which is God's duty imposed on
jna^Notfor a burden, but for his true glory.
wrrrrrm*
Urael Bonds help prod '
crops The famous Jaffa orZJ
ed and packed at the PardSfl
conveyor belts take the S*
railroads for shipment.
Continued from Pip ijp
erly crippled and otherwise ha,
Israel no longer need to depend mi
their existence-they are owners iJ
stands, newspaper kiosks and generalaX
ed by Malben personnel and put sM
with a malben loan.
In addition to these countries ii
JDC funds are being similarly used ai
with ICA in Australia and South Ai
money is provided to newl>arrive* (
to help them settle in their new hon
For Noah and for IMand and NicoJei
the beginning of 5716 does not mean,
anxiety and fear and uncertainty. Bslj
and for thousands like them in n
part of the world the New Year opeej
of hope and confidence For many yean
on the bread of others, and they tern
But the bread the) eat this year will id
er, the weal bread they have ea
own hands.
"They join with their fellow-Isro*]
recreation of an ancient heritage
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i[ KIBBUTZ BAL TEKIYAIIA NEW WORLD
I continued from ?*9 7 F
LmiIv has accomplished something
f We call him our Bal Tekiya."
CSSm like Boss of the fern's
L.,n translated.
.j get ." D*W returned. "It's the
L the shofar."
r- said Breitman.
L Breitman's look of expectation. Give
wins, he told himself. "What's the
settled back happily in his chair to
understand (Breitman started his
Lt of us herein one way or another
Lhat you call rehabilitated.' We have
fa diit of the broken pieces of the old.
J |s i .od example. You will meet
fc was the village bakcr in a Polish
In the Nazis overran the area he and
. sent to the mines in Silesia. His wife
L, they were never seen again.
fcumthat's our bakerand his son
[miracle stayed together. They worked
.otected each other, and,' after weary
naged to escape together. They kept
by days and headed south by nights.
|he border area of Czechoslovakia, they
nto one of the small groups of the
gorund."
-ed through the rest of the war with the
[the last days of the Nazi retreat the
I made contact with an American patrol.
Ireeks they were a part of the ragged
i DP camp in Austria,
life began again. Especially for David.
love and soon married Miriam, a girl
he only survivor of a family from the
l/v life was not a rich one. It was a
neaser existence. But there was a belief
[were Jutl marking time until arrange-
Id be made to sort out family survivors
iroups on to Palestine. Not back to the
[lories of Eastern Europe, but Palestine.
ns of JDC workers arrived to help in the
Mi of the remnant of a people, the un-
estion met them"When can we go to
1?"
htish made the explanations of why they
(the bulk of Jewish refugees from Pales-
other Allied governments kept to the
Mai position. But as the months stretched
}r and more, a great movement surged
he camps. Many of the American offi-
their eyes to the seeping away of
fcn hundreds, then thousands who stream-
Uegal' routes leading to European ports
My to Palestine.
ichum and David joined the desperate
got as far as Marseilles. There they
months for a chance to board one of the
'illegal' immigrant ships.
point, a new tragedy began. David be-
[From what I can gather, he had suffered
Imatic fever as a child and now the strain
rrt took its toll. Instead of boarding a
Nachum and Miriam went to live at a
cal center where David was sent,
pnonths dragged by. Miriam worked in
and Reb Nachum spent most of his time
fa cronies who gathered together in a
shul where he again could demonstrate
his Torah learning. He also conducted an active
correspondence with a landsman who he had dis-
covered was living in Palestine.
Then came the electrifying events of 1948. The
State of Israel was born and won its fight for
freedom. Even David seemed to improve as the
great hope of life in Israel became a reality for
jubilant thousands of DP's.
It took a couple of years before David was
well enough to be removed from the roll of 'hard
core' cases who could not emigrate. Reb Nachum
engaged in feverish correspondence with his lands-
man and soon announced triumphantly that every-
thing was arranged. They would join the kibbutz
of Kfar Avodah.
The new blow fell in 1951. a few days before
the little family was to embark for Haifa. David's
heart suddenly gave out.
It took a day of pleading by Miriam to get Reb
Nachum to board the ship. 'I'm carrying David's
son,' she repeated over and over. 'He must be
born in Israel. You must come with us.*
Reb Nachum went. But he was a different man.
Silent, morose.
They got to Kfar Avodah just before Rosh
Hashona. As the High Holy Days opening service
began. Avraham, the landsman, almost had to
carry Reb Nachum into one of the two-room hous-
ing units which had been converted into a prayer
room. 'God would not permit my son to enter
Eretz Israel,' Reb Nachum said bitterly. 'I do not
wish to enter His House.' He sat with clamped
lips all through the service.
Again, through the Yom Kippur services, Reb
Nachum sat in a stolid, trance-like silence. Avra-
ham placed a yarmalke on his friend's head and
draped a talis over his rigid shoulders. Just at
sundown, as the service was about to close, a com-
motion outside drew Avraham's eyes to the win-
dow. Miriam was being rushed into the infirmary
directly across the road. An inspiration came to
him.
The signal came to him to blow the shofar. In-
stead, he took the Ram's Horn and placed it in
Reb Nachum's hands. 'This is your privilege,' he
told his friend. 'Blow, Nachum; he pleaded, blow
as you used to at home. Sound the end of the
year's sprrow. Announce the beginning of a joyous
year ahead.'
Reb Nachum was unyielding.
'The shofar, the shofar. blow it!' The entire
gathering joined in the plea.
Reb Nachum sat like stone.
'Nachum, urged Avraham. 'Your grandchild
is about to be born. Blow the shofar in David's
memory and to greet the new life which comes
from him.'
Just then a lusty wail sounded from across the
way. There wa* complete stillness in the prayer
room.
A woman shouted something from the infirmary
window.
'A grandson,' Avraham announced to his friend.
'Nachum, you have another David.'
Reb Nachum arose. The first tears were stream-
ing from his eyes. Slowly he placed the shofar to
his lips. He drew a great "breath. And then the
horn spoke with a mighty blast.

The kibbutz chairman and the doctor watched
the little boy racing around the gateway.
"So that's why the kibbutzniks call him Bal
Tekiya," Breitman wound up. "But I have my
own name for him'Kol Israel.'"
"I know that one," said Danny with a broad
smile. "The Voice of Israel."
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1955
SECTION G
THE YEAR'S PAST EVENTS
IN PICTURES
e Future Emerges From The Past
0. Ue fomttl
. Mayor of Miami
Thai the future emerges from the past is an age-old philosophical
concept-no less than man's struggle with the belief that the past re-
emerges from the future. This is perhaps sufficient ground on which to
meet the Hebrew New Year 5716 w'rth hope and humble aspiration, for
as man's history traces the cycle of his experience so does his accomplish-
ment mark the outward expression of his needs. This is equally true in his
day-to-day living, his scientific and artistic inquiry, his industrial endeavor
and his governments-those elected bodies by which he assures the tact
that law shall be the basis for his relationships to his family and his
neighbor. On the occasion of Rosh Hashona S716, Miami Mayor Abe
Aronovitz and Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell greet the Community in
the spirit of this area's past achievement as a prophecy of things to come
here, nationally and abroad.
Akt Aronot'iU
. Mayr f
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THE CITY
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MIAMI BEACH
i
wishes to extend
to the Jewish citizenry of this
area best wishes for a happy
and prosperous New Year
THE
CITY
MIAMI
III
extends to the
Jewish residents
of this community
sincere best wishes for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
THE CITY COMMISSION
Abe Aronovitz. Mayor
H. Leslie Quigg Chelsie J. Senerchia
B. E. Hearn Randall N. Christmas
E. A. Evans. City Manager


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Henry Morgenthou. Jr.. former U.S. Secretary oltWl
and former general chairman of the United lewtti
shown here as he received an award for his greet <
to the development of the State of Israel
Charles Sawyer (right), former U.S. Secretary of I
and prominent attorney and businessman in Cindl
chases a State of Israel Bond from Charles M.
man of the Cincinnati Israel Development Bond
Purchasers of Israel Bonds provide for the dew*
new industries, the expansion of agricultural picaa^
construction of roads, harbors and railways and thM
and exploitation of natural resources in the Jewish.
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The U.S. motion picture industry, its artists and
have done much for the development of the ^
Shown is Spyros P. Skouras, when he was 91
V \r CitV ?
year at an annual dinner in New YorK ^ i
American Fund for Israel Institutions. DinnerC' |
H. Fabian. Stanley Warner and Fabian Th
Skouras with two silver goblets made by
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jites and Scenes of a Nation
fleet its True Poise and Vitality
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to Israel by the United Jewish Appeal, these young
ints have found a spirit of friendship and happiness
las been denied them during their long years of home-
I Even though they still must live in tents in a recep-
Lnp, they are inspired by hopes that they will soon
rmanent homes in a permanent world.

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ital role in the important upbuilding of a young nation.
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the extent that we feki
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independent, dignified ail
realization of the basic idegW
progressive domocracy ofj
This remark was made by I
Bond drive's new executm
tor Dr. Joseph J. Schartj.|
statement this week.
Discussing the immediate ka
x ities of the drive, Dr. Schvafl
'dared:
"Although these are tat'
I days of operation for the new!
| sales organization, we i
, no delay- in getting under1
j As a result of the cooperation,
concerned, there has been nj
iruption in the campaign. 1
smooth changeover assuresan
interupted functioning of owq
paign machinery not only tional headquarters but in nttj
the country. I
"The leaders who pioneendl
the establishment of the
Bond campaign deserve the I
appreciation for their outsit
achievement The State of
rests on more solid eai
foundations today as a realj
their vision and enterprise,""
Schwartz Mid
Since January. 1951. Dr
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of the I'nited Jewish Appal
executive vice chairman. He
the I'JA in raising ro
$365,000,000 in nation-wide i
paigns during that period.
For 12 yean prior to ltt
Schwartz, served in wart*
post-war Europe as head *
vast relief and rehabilitation
ations of the American Jo*
tribution Committee. As dr
first of the JDCs European
live Council and then as'
general of the agency's
operations abroad, as
leader, he helped shape one
greatest mass migration*
ments in all Jewish hisW
der his direction, close to i
men. women and children in-
tressed areas in Europe*.
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rael. the United States and
democratic countries.
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refugee problems, ^J^
his work for the JWJJ
urgent relief and J"j
grams in more than *
involving more than i*"H
pie. In ihe course of to"
overseas, he Personal*
with the heads of virtdJJ
country in Europe Jg
ing statesmen of the "-
and North Africa.
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movement of >fj
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emergencies in T'0,^L_
the approval of the u^^gi
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PAGE 8F NtW rtAK GREETINGS Pvqqu's Hvauty Salon. Mm: The lattst in'Permanent Waving and Hair Coloring at Moderate Pr.ces Twenty Yean on the Beach Air Conditioned 1637 Washington Ave. at lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. Jl 8 1665 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS HAPPY NEW YEAR MONTE CARLO HOTEL -fr-^eftflnrfiafrr? 6551 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH To all our friends we express our fondest desire that the New Year be filled with "BrochoBlessings" of Peace. Health. Happiness and Prosperity for all Israel. Owners and Managers: S. M. GRUNDWERC M. NEWMARK W. KESSELMAN and Families TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY NEW YEAR L L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1656 Lenox Avenue Phone JE 1-3357 GREETINGS Coral <..-ill's Pottery Shop "Red Wood Patio Furniture 2931 Coral Way Phone HI 8-3055 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors 1827 Purdy Avenue—Phone JE 8-4325 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA GREETINGS & i %  t i i r i i i i i i MANUFACTURERS INSIU WIRE SCREENING ALUMINUM* BRONZE* GALVANIZED 3754 NORTHWEST 54th ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA •v J A ,*<^|^^ fr 0 X* Group of distinguished American generals who were in charge of European liberated areas after World War II and their advisors on Jewish affairs received awards for humanitarian service at a V-E Day commemoration held by the United Jewish Appeal in Washington during 5715. Top row (left to right) are General Joseph T. McNamey. who commanded U.S. Forces in Europe; General John H. Hilldring, key U.S. member of the combined British-American Liberated Areas Command; an: fc4 rael Ambassador Abba Ebon. Leaders*] participated included Rabbi Philip MJ stein. Rochester, N.Y.. who was advisor %\ Jewish affairs to the U.S. CommausJ European Theater nf Operations; MRT Louis E. Levinthal. Philadelphia, who *] advisor to the U.S. Commander ; n CM many; and Prof. William Haber, Anr. to] bar, Mich., former advisor to the US. Ccsl mander-in-Chief in Germany cr.d Ausml Chen—Valiant Woman A rmy By MAX ROBBINS Because the Chen training camp was within est) travel of Tel Aviv. Deborah, a newcomer to (hen. was able to spend her fourth weekend at home with her mother, father and sister, and join them in welcoming the New Year in. Friday afternoon found her standing on the side of the rosd outsidfl the camp, the sun beating down on her. She wanted a hitch to the city. She was hot. tired. homeskk. A farmer and his little boy, trudging wearily along the road, passed her with a wilted "Sholom." Then Deborah spotted a large black limousine coming towards her. a chauffeur at the wheel. American tourists, she thought, taking in the sights in comfort and commenting patronizingly about Israels progress. Feeling a twinge of annoyance, she nevertheless hailed the car. It stopped a little beyond her and she walked to it quickly. A woman put her head out of one of the back windows. "Can we give you a lift?" "Yes, thank you." Deborah's EotM, at school and in corrp-pondence with cousins, was. if not fluent, certainly adeqiuttj "Come on in." the woman said, opena|j back door. As she stepped into the car, I glancing about, saw that there were five' in the back and two up front with ihe dm*:. two on the jump seats moved over to main for her, and the car rtaitsd again. "Comfortable?'' one woman a>kcd. "Yes, thank you." "I guess you're in a hurry to get home fa Hashona." "That's right," Deborah said. "We're anxious to get back to the at) ( to attend synagogue." Deborah nodded. "We will be goinfc family and I." She wsa not inclined to get into a coow Putting her arm on the ledge of the *M| looked out at the rolling countryside The women resumed talking among tfcn TO ALL... HAPPY NEW YEAR THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 519 WASHINGTON AVENUE TO ALL CREETINGS %  •r Bwtifl Cat Hewers mmi C*rtaati at law Prkti CM THE EXOTIC GARDENS, IMC. SIND fiowiis r wf WORLDWIDE Phot* 65-4514 GREETINGS OH NEW NAI DORN'S GROCBT 701 WEST 51st it* PHOKE UN M*| Palm Island off Miami THE REINHARD FAMRY TOO NX 39th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA New Year Greetings Lang's Service COMPUTE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE "Hy^n-mmtk" Trmmimit$i—t 'taairtW 4*7 S.W. It, STRUT "*M 2 39M HOLIDAY GREETINGS Eitaalithra' 1*44 >"" m 4-2147 Pf* 7320 Callia. A.t„ 41,1 Wishing You G^ H L "*£| Times and Much H gS| At This Holiday **q | Da* J Linen C* %  S38 Collins A*£ %  Co-pl^J^r] Fumi-her. I ~ Apart—* J



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JAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 t Jmm ItorUbm reasurcs of Traditional Art PAGE 3 D By ALFRED WERNER Bncinn.ni. Ohio's second largest community, is, Bnu built on seven hills. Today's tourist tjMe with Charles Dickens' description of it fbeautiful city, "cheerful, thriving and aniLying in >n "amphitheater of hills," 'the meandering Ohio River, it is possessed %  linost Mediterranean charm and loveliness. are many *** %  to delight, many places to ome the stranger, and one of the most interj S undoubtedly, the famous Hebrew Union |ge which recently celebrated its 80th birthday. is no coincidence that the "Queen City" was L n D y the revered Dr. Isaac M. Wise to harbor Erst rabbinical seminary for Reform Judaism. : have been living in the city since 1817, and have both received much from, and given to. Cincinnati. Thrf?e Jews, Julius FleischV Frederick S Spiegel and Murray Seasongood jserved as mayors of Cincinnati; a Jew has vice-mayor: several Jews have served as citv tilors, judges, and in other public services. have been prominent in fostering several iadustries, but they have not lagged in cul%  Ctivities, either; a number of Jews were kmental in organizing the city's famous conland summer opera. Liters must not miss seeing Cincinnati's Jew|useum, small in size, but endowed with many ^us things, and fittingly located in one of the fv Union College buildings. Its short history back to the year 1925 when, at the suggestion late Dr Adolph S. Oko, head of the College several wealthy friends of the College ted for it the famous art collection of Berlin's [Kirch-toin I 1869-1934), that rare combination isines-man and scholar whose pastime was ring objects of Jewish art. He had acquired ollectinn ol Heinrich Frauberger, a German le who, astonishingly, was the founder of a pty for the Investigation of Jewish Art Treaand. until his death in 1920, devoted all ^ergics to making it successful. Through his %  Debases, Kirscbitein enlarged the stock of prmer Frauberger Collection, rich in ritual for holiday use. Iwas fortunate that these treasures were, al|in the nick of time, brought to safety in this y, for they might have been confiscated and |yed by the Nazis a few years later, as were of similar collections. But there were, as 'quarterat the Hebrew Union College ade|y to display these pieces in rooms accessible public. From year to year the Collection [through purchases or private gifts, but since ] hidden in cellars and vaults, it was like gold enng in the veins of | mountain and waiting day the miner's tools would bring it up to hght daylight. the Hebrew In ion College collection, this day of liberation came in 1948. .The year a Jewish Museum on New York's Fifth had (.pined its gates to the public, after hds of the Jewish Theological Seminary had "hat it was absurd to store thousands of [without giving the public a chance to see poy them Prompted by the same communal the trustees of the Hebrew Union College be one-story building of the Bernheim Liredecorated and assigned half of the space 1 museum-m-the-making, while the other half be occupied by the American Jewish Ar' even the richest, the most thrilling collecPieces is of little use, if there is no indim take proper care of them, to separate the V^^chaff. to provide the proper set%  r"-*. Seder plate, made of pewter, shows the Passover lamb in the center of a great star, framed by pictures taken from the Seder ritual. ting, and to present the selected treasures in a systematic manner. The misfortunes that befell the Jews of Germany did provide the Museum with just the kind of scholar and organizer it needed. He is Dr. Franz Landsberger, a grey-haired, kindly Silesian who, with his wife, has been taking loving care of the museum. Landsberger, who celebrated his seventieth birthday two years ago, has been active as a historian of art for several decades. His first book, a biography of the 18th century German painter, Tischbein (famous as the portraitist of Goethe) was published in 1908. It was followed by several equally important volumes, one of which, "Impressionismus und Expressionismus," went into five editions. As a professor at the University of Breslau he was widely respected, but in 1933 the new regime ousted all Jewish teachers. He found a new niche when the post of director of the Juodisches Museum was vacated that year by the departure of its founder, Dr. Karl Schwarz, to Tel Aviv. During five stormy years the Juedisches Museum was a place of quiet and contemplation not only for Landsberger, but -also for thousands of Berlins Jews who came to view there a world that, to many of them, was entirely new. To educate them, Landsberger published what to this day remains the most concise introduction to Jewish art, written in the German language, "Einfuehrung in die Juedische Kunst." Another fruit of the Hitler era is his compilation and selection of letters by his fatherly friend, the eminent painter Max Liebermann who had died, humiliated and heartbroken in 1935. In November 1938 the Germans decided that it was too generous even to tolerate the Jewish minority by allowing them to exist in new medieval Gbettoes. They embarked upon large-scale pogroms, thousands were despatched to Concentration camps, the doors of the Juedische Museum were closed forever. Landsberger escaped to England, and from there migrated to America where Continued on Pee 12 D M M.W. 20th STRUT. MIAMI. FIORIDA, PHONE t-4447 ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Surfside Gulf Service Station 9401 HARDING AVENUE Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR TO All GKEtTINGS A&M AUTO SERVICE SERVICE STATION RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Ufcricf(• %  Tin Repairs 3fl N.W. NO. RIVER MlVf Jim Rrew* PfteM M377 Rva fa Refer* rev Res Out LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. I 3$00 NX 1ft AvttMM GREETINGS 1rom JACK FISHMAN, President Bramlett Equipment; & Supply Co. Moo •• INCOHPOWATCD 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment end Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Fidelity Construction Corporation GENERAL CONTRACTORS 4471 N.W. 36th Street. 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PAGE 8 E ^JmlstlhrMtoiL FRIDAY. S MR. and MBS. SAM SE1TIJX and daughters Barbara Judith and Harriette Marsha EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ^ unriNGS Automotive Repairs Tires Tubes Accessories • Expert Lubrication KEITH & JACK'S SERVICE STATION 8801 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 84 2928 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FURS EXCLUSIVELY BY l I \ T O 1642 Euclid Avenue Phone IE 1-7066 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR C0ULT0N BROTHERS SERVICE STATION & GARAGE 825 S.W. 8th COURT PHONE 2-6652 Citizens Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH 198 East Hialeah Drive Hialeah. Florida l.xtvntls Sinvvrvnt New Vir Hrevtinqn 111 T Best Wishes for the New Year Ml Ml MNNMs, PARAMOUNT BEACH GABLES FLORIDA SHERIDAN CORAL BOULEVARD SHORES CINEMA OLYMPIA NEW REGENT mmigrants to the Ho By DAVID RIMON JERUSALEM Immigrant ^, P s nrc arriving these Hays once and sometimes twice %  work, bringing groups M voung an.1 healthy people, niton surrounded" by man ,„ts and babes in arms. There is a happy bustle m the port of Haifa when such a ship arrives Hut there ino noise, no pushing and no shouting There >-. "i course, some shouting but ,,„lx b) ;i\ "i greeting and the disembarkation I smoothly, setting in motion well-oiled machine ->f tM*Government and Jewish tgenq authorities A urcat deal has been the mistakes previously made; not help the irami franta get settled and ,,.,.,! bul also how t< deal with the complex • I,, mbarkation proceeds so rapidly that I hi mini: rani pul ,; ill l! stages and formalities within onl> a few hours. Then they immediatel) board truck* that take them to the ol their destination work villages on Jewi-h National Fund land where they are given everj opportunitj t<> becoSM integrated at once. The trucks an alreadj there, and off the new immigrants go to the new \illage> where houses furnished with bedding and beds and kitchen Utensils are waiting for them. From the very" next daj the) can already earn their living and begin work mi "iic ol the vast Jewish National Fund pro|ects afforestation, building of terraces on hills or any other way ot soil reclamation. These vilwhuh are all on JNF land, are not exclusively inhabited by newcomers. In order to make things easier for them and help their integration, they are settled together with not so recent immigrants who had already lived for some time in cities, small towns or ma'aborot. and who had followed the call of the land and settled in work villages under the scheme "from town to settlement." These villagers are veterans of a sort, some having lived there for as long as a year, having acquired and expanded their own small farms, some of them As to the immigrants, they come from every country in North Africa, even from Egypt, from where they arrive via Italy or France. They are a brisk and multicolored crowd, in which sun-tanned bearded old men in white or brown burnouses of home-spun wool, rub shoulders with genteel and elegantly dressed Egyptian ladies who speak English and French as fluently as the rest of the North Their first view of the Promised Land. On theu very first day as they disembark, the newcomers find a neucleus of older settlers to make them feel welcome. own Africans speak their Arabic. There are women 'frosTS m > in* holies, slippers of red Z^*+t ver bangles on their %  parongie* on ineir ankles ii,„ "** wilKpufW.panUloonsofi^H Griped nped or "ttOJ| and many, many yards „f str ton around their persons The moving bundles of material with where inside. Their heads are huge turbans made of ga ri sMy ^ with long fringes. 41 These are women trom various MT those fron the cities ol Rabat or Casahi ed in modern French clothes and 'S* while women from the mountain viS the ghettos look as il thej just *t epi J Arabian Nights' tale Men are mi JJJ' many of them ..re sturdj and haniKon* %  folk wear the blue French beret but the are still dressed in homespun burnouse' shoes and turbans ,f several colors This is a new type ol immigration ,, immigration under which the very old theisi and the permanently disabled cannot coj they immigrate together with the family^ to support them, or else have relativeL who undertake to care fur them. The 1 indiscriminate immigration first f rom n, of Eastern and Central F.urope, and tati Iraq. Persia and Morocco, had been for j a threat to the young State of Israel's i structure. It sapped the states strength^ mean measure by creatinu a maze of i social problems for which Israel wis and unequipped. It took almost five yeariagl with these problems and having almost dejl "immigration indigestion." Israel is not u but wiser State. This is why the temponrjj down of immigration, although in itself aj sirable phenomenon, was looked upon as it in disguise. It gave the authorities and the National I tions the necessary' respite in which to rtilatj mistakes had been made and remedy then |l provided the possibility to train and incrtaj cialized personnel to help with the ah During these years of stress, when largei of immigrants were no longer forthcomiiil became sorted out. The old immigrant! where newcomers could remain idle for M ods and live at the expense of the Stts.1 liquidated. Instead, ma'abarot were initiated transitory stage. But they did not proves! happy experience either. At present a new system has been adof der which the prospective immigrants selection by social workers and by medicali ties in their own countries, and only then,! clean bill of health and within a certain aet^ can they come to Israel These people who had never before! ship, lit an electric lamp or spoken oo taj phone, have suddenly be< n transplanted teal Tunisian villages or the lullof the Morocaii* to Israel on board of an Israeli ship W word, almost stunned into silence, the) the DDT sprinkling, the perfunctory cuittaj trol, the checking of documents, etc After f while one can already see them squattier port shed, sipping tea and munching which are given them after they disemtatj dren play around the bundles, young moUei their babies, and everything is omlD *"' whe aU can understand each other, no as? which country they come, but can J*-*J stand or be understood by those Arabic of the Arabian peninsula. 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SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 *Jeisfifk>ridrton PAGE 7 H go Oil We Say d TUost 9C Importance or Conference By MRS. AARON FARR [conference of Jewish Womn'i Organic „, of Dade end Broward Counties ference of Jewish Women's Organised eight years ago, now consists of 75 .omen's groups in Dade and Broward It is a coordinating group with its Board [of presidents of each affiliated organiz|us the Connd apchairtanding served a major role in interfaith work nmunity and our 1955 Annual Institute on held in Temple Israel was well attended, kc and inspiring. fcnee serveas a medium for contacting Women's Group*, for cooperation and participation in all civic endeavors, charity drive* and helps annually in the greater Miami Jewish Federation campaign. In June at the annual installation luncheon, a plan was accepted by the membership to help strengthen Federation and also should help to eliminate a rash offund raising events at the height of the campaign. The three points of the resolution were: 1. That no organization hold a major fund raising event from Feb. 15 to Mar. 15. 1956. 2. That each group plan to dedicate one meeting to community needs. 3. That each organization appoint an Combined Jewish Appeal representative. Conference is not a fund raising organization, but with voluntary contributions from each member Group, each year we participate in the National Jewish Welfare Board's Serv-a-Camp program and send Holiday packages to soldiers overseas. At this writing, we have just been informed that our Rosh Hashona package containing records, books, stationery, toilet articles, etc. has just been received. The executive board has met several times during the summer and we have some exciting plans to bring before the full board and membership. We are looking forward to greeting our new members and to a year in which we can be of service to our community. Officers of Conference, in addition to myself* are the Mesdames A. Frank Wellins, first vice president; Harry Rogers, second vice president; Matilda Ratner, treasurer; Irwin Weinstein, recording secretary; Benjamin Appel, corresponding secretary; Harry Kaufman, registrar; and Gerald P. Soltz, calendar secretary. May we extend our wishes for a year filled with health and happiness to all. Kibbutzing in the game room of the Jewish Home for the Aged. e O • • 1 Mr*. Jandon Schwartz •nd Children •bn-Jo and Harold J Th, Rcktnm and Friend* PAPPY HEW TEAR |nd Mr*. Alex Scott d Children "•'don and Connie • %  Mann R,latn <•"<' Friends [HAPPY HEW TEAR *"'*• Loui* Segal •nd Family IHAPP-, HEW TEAR 1 Mr* -Henry Seitlin nd Family PAP* HEW y EAR I TL F !" 'lv flAP HEW TEAR Dr. and Mr*. C. Leon Shalloway and Children David irwin, Lester Frederick, %  nd Mark Alan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. end Mrs. Irving Shalom Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro of 1015 Stillwater Drive Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro Son, Bob and Daughter, Beverly Wish All Their Relatives and Priendi A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myer Shapiro of 2341 S. W. 25th Terrace Wish All,£hir Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Shaw and Sons Michael and Robert Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Sheinman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Fr.ends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shiff and Daughters, Riva and Mikki Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mrs. Margaret Shopiro and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mrs. B. Shopnick Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Siegel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sigelbaum Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Siker and Family Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR a PPU I lew Lji • O O 9 0 o • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughters May Ellen, Arlene and Doris Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver and Sons, David and Ira Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver and Sons, Dennis and Wayne Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz end Children Elizabeth, Michael, Sarah and Philip Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 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Susanecic and Children Morris, Steven and Stewart Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR JJ ear • • • ^ • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sussman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irving Susswein and Children Gary, Wendy, Arlene and Mark Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Swartz Wish All Their Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Swarfs, Peter and David Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR • • • %  • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taran and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Dr. and Mrs. Harry Tarr and Children Steve, Bernard and Barbara Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Teigman and Daughter, Adele Wish All Their Relatives and PriV A HAPPT NEW TpAR Dr. and Mrs. Max I. Tendrich and Family Wish All Thei'r Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Tepper and Son, Warren of 1221 Collins Avenue Wish All Then Relatives and Friends A HAPPT ME^' TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thalblum and Family Wish Ail Their Relatives and Pi A-HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and Mrs. Ben Lesser Ail Their Relatives and Fi A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Topped and Children Kenneth, Dorothy and Cynthia Wish Ail Their Relatives an.. I A HAPPT HEW 1 EAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig and Sons, Leonard and Walter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell and Children Mark Philip and Cheryl Sue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR • • • •.' • • • Mr. end Mrs. Jack Udell and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR • • • w • • • Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straaten and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel and Sons Steven Craig and Howard Jay Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR • • • WT • • • Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Wagner and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend,*, A HAPPT NEW TEAR ".



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3ER 16. 1955 ^Jewlsii ncrldian section on "The Palestine Cuespens with the Bat GaMm inci.h-nt ted ^'8 September 1954 the D[X'!).da TofVr'ii'i informed the President of Lincil that, on thai date, the Bat the Israel flag, had arrived L, entrance of the Suez Canal bound L v e<-el had \'ovn manned by a crew fand had parried no flVe-arms'*; c P t ml Later, atl Egyptian p, phroached the ship, and wireless oomH|jch had been maintained up to then ban; office? in Haifa, had come to an jets the letter continued, contradicted I i yptian officials in an I alibi lor a new violation of | obligations. The seizure of Mr llammarskjold's report eon.. the latest isample of the Egyptian ard for the Council and its thai of 1 September 1QB1. ent of Israel wished to express the L, : uch COndud and de%  he ship, itccw ann 'ts cargo should forthwith in order that they might thout further delay." %  try Gen rat's Report then goes into ty of the case, citing the many meet[taken place and how the Egyptian* — ur long months of heated debates, hi having collapsed in one of them— I le the charges of murder and lying ol weapons which they had kughl against the crew of the Bat |n<. on the evidence at hand, the HamJporl further recounts, the Security fated that it was within its power to bt not to interfere with Israeli shipthe (anal because of its responsibilition with the maintenance of interce and security, and because of the 1stico agreements between Israel and %  Khhors had been signed under the Ipicc-: Egypt should release the ship and cargo and allow the vessel to Inward through the Canal." | the predicament in which they now elves, the Egyptians hastily "promiske the seamen, the cargo and the ship [it non became clear that they had omise only in order to escape another kncil verdict against them. Attempting ^e Council members, they did indeed eamen and part of the ruined cargo— ker let the Bat Galim go. And as if j the situation. Cairo continued to seize bt beam the S.s Fedala of Netherlands tad for Israel, con|iseBting*Vital carge. [satisfied with their evil doings, the pans embarked upon a' premeditated ampaign of marauding and mining of pig the Gaza frontier. Israel, in its had taken as much as it could. [young nation decided to act. When Brians attacked, the hardy Israelis for them two platoons drove the intho demarcation line east of C.a:a. Os were flabbergasted. They did not in the face of world public opinion. puld dare to retaliate again. Setting up as innocent victims, they lost no filing the incident to the UN by represident of the Security Council Rent meeting to consider the followp: "Violent and premeditated aggresMd on 28 February 1955 by Israel armKainst Egyptian armed forces inside htrolled territory near Gaza, causing Pies, in violation of the Egyptian-Israeli "nistice Agreement." To many delehole thing appe..-ed quite comical. For PAGE 13 G On Rosh Hashona The late Andrei Vishinsky shown with UN correspondent David Horowitz shortly before his death. In private life. Vishinsky is reported to have been humble and generous. here the Egyptians, who had continuously violated and flouted the Armistice Agreements with Israel, new hurriedly invoked tbem and sought shelter under their protective clauses. Their action, of course, found a precedent in their now-notorious "about-face" attitude on the Partition scheme. When the issue did come up in the Security Council, Ambassador Eban told the eleven delegates that "a cup can be filled to overflowing not only by a single sharp jet, but also drop by drop." LIGHT ON BURMESE Continued from Pag* 11 G And dies not in succession on succession of worlds. Christian missions, particularly the Baptists. have made great progress among the Karens. There are now about 300,000 Karep Christians in Burma. The Karens made good educational progress during the 420 years of British rule in Burma. They have produced men of note in all walks and profession of life. The British in January 1947 agreed to the people or peoples of Burma choosing for themselves independence for their country either within or without the Commonwealth as soon as possible." The Burmese Constituent Assembly drafted a new constitution for Ihe country and in September 1947 passed it with a view to complete independence for republican Burma outside the Commonwealth. By this constitution the Karenni was constituted into one of the units of the Union of Burma. The vast majority of Karens were not unwilling to accept the constitution and the arrangement as to a new autonomous Karen state. A section of the local Karens, however, remained disgruntled and began to look for ways and means to set up an independent Karent state. A small extremist minority had been busy underground not willing to come to terms with the government. The Karen eruption which took place early in 1949 was their work. The national government of Burma is doing all it can to crush the rebels, and at the same time to conciliate them. The Karen element in the Republic of Burma has an important contribution to make on lines of discipline and duty, courage and dependability. GREETINGS FROM f |J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. 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IBER 16. 1955 BENTS IF THE [Continued from P.* 4 E hjtns< sim each wcre enro ."' d ;. PAGE HE d ot paving tribute to an outstanding b, ..rranging a Negev dinne* in kisnanded during the past year to innumber ..f smaller communities, line of these testimonials was the one T. 0 r of J Irving 0e,baun1, of Toronto $100 "X>0 was raised for the Jewish „, d of Canada. Herzl Year was observed [ b h National Fund by tree-planting u part> ->f the country. Edward E. Gel[wife were the recipients of 600-dunam he Negev tract near Moshav Peduyim. *ince of Nova Scotia became this year brovmcp to enact legislation to prevent Ion in regard to employment and memjade unions by reason of race, national Cr or religion. The other provinces B dy have Fair Employment Practices arc Ontario, Manitoba and SaskatcheJlova Scotia Act seems to be the strongest drafted of any of the statutes in 1000 members of the Canadian Congress lit their 14th annual convention, urged Government to use its good offices bout ; %  negotiated peaceful settlement democratic republic of Israel and the .11ti ol the Middle East fection ot Nathan Phillip as Mayor of Jone ol the greatest tributes to be paid Iridual In a city where the Jewish vote han 10 percent of the total population lllip. victory il a symbol of his high i and of the tolerance which the 1 the right man. regardless of race Ialso -. the election for the first time sh mayor in the person of 39-year-old z, ;i lawyer, a second World War combat id ;, : irmer Alderman. IS'eincr was reelected Mayor of Medicine where the number of Jewish voters "minyan." lontreal civic election last December rcIhe election ol six Jewish city councillors: |er. dean of the council; Louis Bass, WilVHarrj Koll>er, Harry Kliger and Nat (f. Buchwold, a vice president of the ZionIjzation ol Canada, was reelected a memBoard ni Alderman in Saskatoon. Member 1954, Israel's Minister to Canada, |.Coma>. presented his credentials to the General as Israel's first AmbasI' \t the same time the new Cai Israel, Terrencc McDermot ils to Presidtnt Itzchak Ben I 5 the first shipment of Jaffa %  lil arrived in Canada. The %  was made possible through lore i through the Jewish NationWd I .mada. 1 Exhibition of Trade and Tourists drew I'.OOO people, opened officially by the Paul Martin, Minister of Health and Welfare and Ambassador Comay. The had an opportunity of seeing the large of articles manufactured in Israel which ble for export to Canada. Pa-Israel Corporation reelected Samuel as its president. The annual meeting | report that additional credit of $2,800,000 Ben Touster (right), president of United HIAS Service, and Jack Shundman (center), presdent of the Toronto branch of Jewish Immigrant Aid Society of Canada, confer with Col. David A. Croll, of the Canadian Parliament, following the Toronto-JIAS annual meeting recently. Col. Croll said the Canadian Government intends making it as easy as possible for Canadians to bring their European kin to the Dominion. was being made available by the banks to facilitate the purchase of wheat in Canada for delivery to Israel. Since October 1953 the Corporation arranged for purchases totalling over $5,200,000. Canada, at Its annual meeting last March, revealed that purchases in this country had been made in all provinces for export in Israel, and consisted of lumber, paper, aluminum, powdered milk, meat, asbestos, chemicals and agricultural implements. The company is presently holding $1,000,000 in Government of Israel Treasury notes. The present plans of Canada are to import to Israel. Of major cultural interest in recent mpnths has been the controversy concerning the Stratford Shakespearean Festival presentation of the "Merchant of Venice," and particularly the portrayal of Shylock. The discussion started last December when the Canadian Jewish Congress revealed that it had an interview with Dr. Tyrone Guthrie and other Festival officials at the invitation "of the Festival, and that Congress at that time expressed its regret at the Festivals choice, but assured the group that in keeping the Congress' attitude towards freedom of expression it would not in any way boycott the production. The Jewish Public Library of Montreal was praised as one of the great reading centers on the continent at its annual meeting. Joseph Berman who was reelected president reported that despite crushing financial difficulties the library is maintaining and intensifying its functions as the cultural center of Montreal Jewry. An exhibition of the works of Arthur Szyk from the private collection of Norman H. Friedman took place at the Redpath Library of McGill University Continued on Pa* 13E Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Maloff and Family 6117 RIVIERA DRIVE, CORAL GABLES Extend best wishes for the coming year to the entire Jewish Community A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS II N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717 "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS" BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHY. HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. & MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS AND FAMILY 1650 S. W. 21st STREET .-----,.....,...-.---. j -.......... GREETINGS PRICE AMI COMPANY FOR REFRIGERATION SERVICE CALL 2-2728 1628 S.W. Flagler Terrace Greetings To All NATHAN DAVIDOW TO 411 ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YIAR ENJOY MORE "POLAR ICE CREAM" POLAR ICE CREAM CO.. IXC. 2120 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 9-4881 *n 1 ING s Weaver Rexall Drug Stores %  2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 F-62nd St. Ph. PL 7-1202 wl1 Way Ph. HI 6-7621 t 2nd Ave. Ph. 84-3414 IR oad Ph. MO 1-6691 • • • Season's Greetings MMUV of h*m S* a Food Sultry Market • %  *• M*M |*WORCA AVENUE |"ooe HI 6-1711 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MacVicar Wells, Inc. Complete Building Supplies / 1 L D. MacVICAR President FRANK J. WELLS Vice President ii TO AIL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR STEVENS MARKET •209 N.W. 27th Avenue THE BEST THE MARIET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES SEASON'S GREETINGS from %  Sidney Meyer — Mitchell Wolfson WOMETCO THEATRES CARIB SURF STRAND MIAMI CAMEO PARKWAY MIRACLE MAYFAIR CENTER LINCOLN TOWER ESSEX TOWN ROSETTA SUNSET BOULEVARD DRIVE-IN • 27th AVENUE DRIVE-IN CORAL WAY DRIVE-IN WTVJ CHANNEL 4 SINCERE WISHES FOR A • HAPPY NEW YEAR Carpenters' District Council 2955 N.W. 17th AVENUE Miami 42, Florida JOHN L. HICKEY President H. E. MORRIS Sec'y.-Treas. I. E. SHEPPARD Business Representative GEORGE L. MITCHELL LYMAN WILLIAMS MARVIN L. HAMMACK ARTHUR E. STEWART Assistant Business Representatives



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1-5EPTEMBER 16, 1955 n r PAGE 11 D j "in s .fcL street in Israel painted by artist Nota Koslowsky on his recent art tour. ITiSTIC VISION OF JEWRY THROUGHOUT HOES Continued from Pago 1 D i ., ?i pNtM fun. ent atmosphere was provided by lie and the Book" ;it the 42nd Steed (ran and "Art nal Food Brokers Assn. BACKER A LEKM, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" t22l 01134 N.W. 82nd Street Mkml 13. Florida A H.PPY New Yes, To All Oar Friends end Peirons lloan Cleamera A laundry 12938 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI Phone MU 8-9288 Elias Thaw GREETINGS LEE'S ittabiisk+d 15 reers 324 N. E. 13th Street Manufacturers Wholesale Retail Fishing Tackle THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE AUGUST FAMILY and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 TO ALL GREETINGS Hannau Color Productions 605 Lincoln Road Phone IE 8-2923 H0LL0WAY COFFEE COMPANY Wishes all their friends and customers A Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. RONALD H. HERIOFSON, Resident Mgr. 421 N.W. 32nd STREET PHONE 9 6562 Happy New Year lo the Jewish Community JAMES NELSON SEPTIC TANK CONTRACTOR Tanks Cleaned — Drain Lines Re-Laid — New Installations 170 N.W. 78th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 84 3662 To All Holiday Greetings WASH AND SAVE THE MAYTAG WAY 79th STREET WASH-E-TERIA "You will be pleased with our Complete Facilities and Service 1198 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida Phone PL 8-9138 TO ALL GREETINGS Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT SEASON'S GREET 1HGS TO OUR FRIEHDS •VESSELT'S RESTAURANT Under New Management—Dinners from $1.00 4218 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami Phone 84 1686 GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK A. W. Olson 990 S.W. 1st STREET Victor Hollander PHONE 9-4747 A HAPPY 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 Sam Winer Abe (Sparky) Nissenbaum TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOHN N. WILKINSON BOCK FILL 3115 MUNDY STREET Phone HI 8-7478 TO ALL ... GREETINGS Commercial Bank of Miami Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 8015 N.W. 7th AVENUE PL 9-5744 % 



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jiemberlS. 1J55_ *Je*l$tiFhrMton PAGE 11 A Uncovers Deadlock in Dulles Plan IGTON (WNS) -Israel's [Secretary of State John jjes proposals for peace ran states was disclosed raeli Ambassador Abba najor address before" the lobihzation Conference J Bonds. In told the 1.000 Jewish the closing session of that while Mr. Dulles' lined 'certain eminently [c features" the "whole |tc its constructive potenLy hold within itself a otentiality of deadlock Esionment." He said the [of State's suKKestion of frontier changes as a prerequisite to an American security treaty with Israel was "acutely dispiriting" since such a provision "could well destroy the validity and effect of the bold statement on an American treaty." He called the present frontier "one of the few elements of stability in the current issue" since it had "existed by international agreement for seven years" and that there was, therefore, "no reason for applying the treaty to the present agreed frontier" and "no merit in withholding that solution pending a new frontier agreement." Referring to the Dulles plan as Crawford Vaad, Meat Co. [ S at Citizen Issue Statement Joint statement dated Sept. 12. i issued by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and Mogen David KoshIT Meat Products Corporation, was released Wednesday. Signed by Harry Sirkin, president of the Vaad, and Harry Alt-1 man. president of Mogen David, I the statement reads as follows: "The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus wishes to announce the resumption of its supervision of the Mogen David Kosher Meat Products Corp., and the management of the ^Mogen David Kosher Meat Mar-' ket hereby wishes to state that at | no time did it intend in any statement to impugn the personal integrity of the director or of any of the officers of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus. "The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus and the Mogen David Kosher Meat Products Corp. arc happy to state that a citizens committee of rabbis and laymen have met and resolved all differences to the satisfaction of both parties and to the banefit of the community." having been "conceived on a hih level of thought and utterance." the Israeli diplomat cautioned that "unless the central purpose of an American security treaty is dis engaged from impending conrii tions and from the threat of be ing vetoed by those opposed to st;i bility in our region, the whole plan" may hold within itself the potential of deadlock and disillusionment. Israel. Mr. Eban stress ed, was "ready in the proper context for mutual adjustments of the boundary line" but that it will "accept no unilateral territorial concesions for ourselves, just as we have demanded none from our neighbors." The conference concluded with a resolution to an appeal by Israeli Finance Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, pledging its "fullest measure of devotion" to raising the sum of $35,000,000 for Israel, through sale of Israel bonds, before the end of the year. Season's Greetings Truly Nolen Exterminators 1742 Alton Road, Miami Beach JE 1-3444 560 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 9-1762 To All Greetings leremonies i ,. Grady L. Craw-j principal speaker at Na-' Jzcn-hip Day exercises fcfront Park on Sept. 15. Pallol was chairman of ship Daj committee of W Seeds Pod of the %  region. bej W Seedi Post sponFg annual observance of J Htizenship Day together j %  id and participation of Ether Dade County civic was. kg the military parade per st and the massing |n at the Bayfront Park Judge Crawford adhe audience of Greater (gathered to renew their to the ideals of Ameriship JNF Council to Elect Election of officers for 1955 1956 will take place at the meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami on Wednesday evening, Sept. 21, at the Delano hotel. A report of the recent Southeastern Zionist Conference here will be given. ATLANTIC, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS I. 6. BIELER, President 759 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE PL 8-6787 jssor Joins Ito Chile prt Carlyle Beyer, assoisor of Hispanic-Amerib at the University of II serve as junior economise Klein and Saks Eco|d Financial Mission to Beyer left Miami last Din the mission in Saniid Saks, a Washington, baa been contracted by in government to advise nic matters, according to \. Hiappointment to the for an indefinite period. AEPhi Alumnae Meet Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Greater Miami Alumnae Association, held its frist meeting of the year on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jack Levkoff, 6020 Pinetree dr. Mrs. Marvin L. Zank, president of the group, gave a report of the biennial convention of the national sorority, which was held this summer at Harbor Springs, Mich. I. .. Season's Best Wishes Morehouse Supply Company 1410 N.W. TWENTIETH STREET MIAMI 42, FLORIDA Phone 64 8517 To Our Many Jewish Friends in Greater Miami We Extend Season's Greetings BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Greetings Norman J. Dignum and Associates CONSULTING ENGINEERS James Owen Power, Associate 3356 VIRGINIA STREET, COCONUT GROVE, MIAMI, FLORIDA Telephone HI 6-1938 TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES HAPPY NEW YEAR C. T. McGEE McGee's Sinclair Service 50 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH, FLORIDA TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR H. Popkin and Son CONTRACTORS 1624 ALTON ROAD PHONE IE 1-5203 I.. ST HAPPY NEW YEAR EDWARD R. LAWLER GENERAL CONTRACTOR fe 27th AVENUE MIAML FLORIDA • •. Greetings in C. Andrews Roofing & Tile Co. 0ae*e County's Repair I Re-Reofiaa Cenfrocter FREE ESTIMATES Phones: MU 8 8635, MU 8 8636 "" AVENUE HIALEAH, IIOMBA new year to our friends and patrons of the Jewish faith We join in your hopes and prayers that mankind the world over will enjoy the ll< --inof the New Year 9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach Member Federal Reerve Sytiem and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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PAGE 4 H +Je*lsti ncrMtoF FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER go Ull We Say CC Vlost ?(appy 7le W IJear" • • • • • • • Rev. and Mrs. S. Guttman and Family Wish All T'tun K.-I.i.-i. I ncnds A HAPP1 \i\\ 1 EAR • • • ear • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker and Family of 3415 S. W. 17th Street Wish All Their Relatives tends A HAPP1 \l\\ YEAR • • • •" • • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jacobson and Family \\ .'. A I Th< r '"' v A HAITI HEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas and Family \\ All Their Retail A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Hagen and Sons Retail A HAPP1 \/:U 1 BAR Mr. Samuel N. Halpert and Family %  A HAPPY HEW ) I Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hammer and Family A HAPP1 \ • • • am • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family \\ '. I A HAPP1 HEM 11 \R Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kalish and Children Mark David and Bonnie Jill IAPPI \;v. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner and Sons, Richard and Lewis A HAPP1 N Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kanter PI \/\\ Yl Mr. and Mrs. Handshu and Children, Dale and David A HAPP1 \!-\\ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hanken Children, Herbert and Barbara Friends : V Fnend A HAPP1 \i\\ YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hausmon and Family A HAPP1 \!W Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan and Daughters Vice President Richard Nixon presents a qold key to Past National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Hany T. Madison, president of the board of trustees. while National Commander oi the Joseph F. Ban looks on. Key is to the a. of the new JWV building recently d*3 ed in Washington, D.C. %  A HAPP1 HI sPPl V %  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herbst and Family | %  Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Children, Linda, Rita and Stanley Our Jewish War Veterans Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herold and Family Mrs. Morris Kaplan and Family %  %  Friends A HAPP1 \ \K Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschfeld and Son A I'M I Mr. and Mrs. David Hess and Children, Louise and Jay \ \APPY \!\\ 1 I M< Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes and Son, Seymour 1 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan and Family A HAPP1 MEW 11 %  Mr. and Mrs. William Karp and Family A HAPP1 HEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Children A HAPP1 N EAR HAPP1 S Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman and family of 318 21st Street r Mr. Bernard Kati and Family A Mr. and Mrs. Moe Horowiti and Family A HAPJ : Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich and Son, Mitchell Alan A HAITI -, William M. Hurtenbach VI! His J A HAPP1 \/;\\ YEAR ••• %  • • • Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Idels and Sons, Richard and Robert Wish A,l Then Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW YEAR A I ,1\\ YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elliot Katz and Daughters Elizabeth Ann and Mary Teressa Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzen and Sons %  Mr. H. L. Kaufman All HM I : A HAPP1 M£W TEAR Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Kaufman and Children Sean and Edith All Then ReUm-es an.! Friend* A HAPPT NiAV TEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman and Children, Gail and Ira Wish All Thtif Relatives and Fr, f ,id* A HAPPT NEW TEAR ••••"•• Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jackson •nd Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY HEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jacobs and Family Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Kaior and Children Judith, Alvira and Ralph With All The.r Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mrs. Sarah Jacobs and Daughter, Lillian Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind and Son, Barney Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nathanson and Son, Jay and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Poarl Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kempor and Family Wish All Their Relative* and Fr.endv A HAPPT NEW TEAR By ROBERT J. FISHKIND State Department Commander of Florida The l'i partmenl of Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, looki backward on a year of growth and accomplishment, and forward to continued advancement In itunending efforts in community service and veteran welfare. Nen poata and ladies' a u xiliaries, and Increa* ed m e mbcrship in those already exial big, have brought o UT statewide total to more than 1.500 men and woman. Our programa tor diversion for hospitalized vet ani and aid to those in n i have I) e e n c-xpanded 1: ecenl th JWV Auxiliaries have taken "n the "Tel. (,iit Project" ..t t h <• 1 oral Gables Vet Hospital, t li u rnakin possible for iw I patients to phone loved ones. We have and are continuing to integrate our wort with other community organizations for char%  table and welfare purposes Cerebral Palsy. Canoer 1. fishkind Dr. and Mrs. Maurico Kle.n and Son, Gerald AilT', f r R f U Illoanii ^ uh A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. .„d Mrs. Morris Klein and Wu* AHTh R f|4|iiriMiJ A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimbel! and Son, Sanford Wish All Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPT NEW TEAR Nellie King Wishes All Her Relatives and Friend* A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kitman •nd Family Wish All Their Relatives and Fnends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. Samuel Kitman W.she All His R e | atlt .„ and Friendi A HAPPY NEW TEAR t/J Mr Wi-m Knaapl.r A HAPPT NEW TEAR If cer. Variety Chlldrens Hospital, Orphan^] the Heart Fund among others, have been our efforts. All-out participation was expended in thet. Combined Jewish Appeal drive in whiditiL units of our organization had complete chap] strategic areas The Department of Florida also is aassj proud to have been accorded the honor host to the Jewish War Veteran*" 60!h ajsatj tional convention to be held Oet 24 thrwpj 1955. on Miami Beach JWV ites, their families, friends will flock to South Florida forth** tion and upwards of 20.000 visitors areeip Honored guests, banquets and enter). and a mammoth parade will highlight the; ing. The Jewish War Veterans has always rtnai the goal so eloquent :n the praver.TOa the opening of our meetings: that oaf i fold heritage of Americanism and Ju*n All Th„r ReUutvts and Friends A HAPPY HEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Irviaf^ Sons. Alan Richard ^ Wuh All Their Rrkaw **' A HAPPY XE* ll Mr. and htn. Mot LssTj* ChlMron, Sandra asdWri IMal All Their RA !" ? A HAPPr XI* T ^. U*F Mr. and Mrs. hid*" and fern Wish All Their ** %  i A HAPPT XIW T Mr. and Mrs. M-^^ .rd Aunt, Mrs. *•*^JJ Wuh All Their \^Si A HAPPT XI* T£ Or. and Mrs. Atoxandor Koshner and Family Wuh All Then RrUntei and Friends A HAPPY HEW YEAR



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^EPTEMBEB 16,15 w •JmUiiihrMkxn PAGE 7F ,e Little Kibbutz Bal Tekiya By HERBERT A*. HOFFMAN swun6 into the kibbutz gateway. He put \ of speed careened around the curving fc and brought the car to a squealing stop Lance to the administration office. Before [passenger could regain his equilibrium, L out of the car and around the other side rooen the door. "Sof. sof, higanu!" (We're announced with the proud air of a man [carried out a taxiing mission with masteretence. Klein eved the young Yemenite driver lUrctting his lack of Hebrew for the hun\L e He sighed with resignation and pullElf out of the car. [ .pare man came striding out of the ofrway His left sleeve was empty and pinhe shoulder of his work shirt. He walked Laces to the car and offered his right hand. f he greeted Danny. "You are Dr. Klein?" t shook right hands as Danny • said "ShalLded yes to the identification and queried Cn,, -You're Aaron Breitman?" the kitbbutz chairman acknowledged. led at the empty left sleeve of Danny's End smiled wryly. "We make a perfect nan turned to the driver. om, Moshe." shook hands, [slim youth managed to make a ceremony eting. He was the aide-de-camp reporting tmplishment of a delicate mission to his fding officer—at least a general. Iman and the driver exchanged a few in Hebrew and the youth headed toward |y cottage with Manny's luggage. you call him Moshe?" Danny asked. "He his ;. Mo I e you," Breitman explain fj Hebi name is Moshe, and he insists \ ions—it hows h<>'s a citizen i probably smarter, than Y % %  with Ins family ami inti[ m of the name is used. Li.id Danny, "maybe he doeconsider I hei e fn one piece I'd bate [a i i if he didn't Rkc me!" \ Into his office and drew mall table adjoining a I %  l received the message that i in time," the chairman noted. i wine and the glasses on b lc< the wine from our own on'l have enough vines for commcrI just enough for our own use on k> anil ; MMSa." } %  in the laugh and then in the 1'chi thej raised the giagMI filled itn'.in Ike the work that you arc doing," Breitman 1th a new lone of seriousness. Jot into it by accident," said Danny, tapping ptv sleeve "I had hoped to be a surgeon, Nina changed things. I was fresh from my hip in Philadelphia when the Army called land assigned me to North Africa in 1942. ^ftwaffe gave it to the field hospital I was to. While 1 was getting patched up in a \\ back home, I got interested in the rehabiliprogram. The Veterans Administration I had some good ideas on fitting handivetcrans into all kinds of jobs. Somebody seems to have mentioned my name to the people at the United Jewish Appeal. They got in touch with me and told me about the same kind of program they were supporting in Israel. They got me together with the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency bunch in New York, and the next thing I knew I was landing at Lydda airport. I've tried to be of some value in helping to place people like you and me—and in most cases, physically far worse off—into productive jobs in industry. But I've got the bug in my head about getting some of these people into the countryside. I asked to see a kibbutz with diversified activities. I want to get some idea of the range of possibilities They recommended Kfar Avodah. And here I am." Danny paused to finish his wine. "From what I've heard," he continued, "I like the work you're doing." "It is also an accident," Breitman answered, with a smile, repeating Danny's gesture at his own empty sleeve. "A Jordan Legion mortar shell near Jerusalem in 1948, changed me from a so-so violinist to a so-so administrator." An ear-piercing shout interrupted their talk. They looked out the window at a child of about four who was calling to a playmate near the kibbutz gate. "That's an awfully big voice for such a little boy," Danny commented. "You really should meet that boy," said BreitContinued on Pag* 15 F isMfH • %  M^H[ A network of underground children's shelters in Israel's frontier settlements to protect immigrant youngsters from attack, have been under construction during the Hebrew Year 5715. Total cost of the project was $3,000,000. Each shelter consists of two rooms and a small corridor. They are built about seven yards deep. REE T I N G S |W. THACKER I AGENCY TYPEWRITERS [Adding Machines I Check Writers |S0LD — RENTED REPAIRED >23 N. E. 1st St. PHONE 2-0115 *W New Teor To All Our '"'"$ and Clients Mer & Clarke '" • <1 SHUT M| *MI BEACH %  %  JE 1-3121 EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE CO. Wholesale Distributors ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and LIGHTING FIXTURES Call 3-3114 1009 S. W. 8th STREET (Tamiami Trail) CKttTINGS Cy Pfoiffor's PALM PATIO Air CMrfiriMtrf COCKTAIL IAI ••" PACKAGE GOODS Drivel* Package StM FKEE DELIVERY Phone 44-927S 140 N.W. 27th A..., Mi-mi. FWriee To Our Patrons and Friends Holiday Greetings .Shalv"s


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SEPTEMBER 16.2955, + k**i*hnnr*U>* r J" _"" -—— %  —• %  %  --, —^" -' "*m mwmrwt m Fid JFS MINUED IEM1TII PAGE 15 B Continued from Pee 3 B Information on career opportunities and voulh to understand realistically the nat,r occupational world look to the coming year, we are sharply Continued from Page 8 B nine what its recommendation shall be Aeration's responsibility and role in this Uion cannot exert any discipline, but it is Jiction of those who wish Federation lead|n resolving a problem that the prestige of %  on and the recognition by the community entrality, will lead the authority necessary I about a measure of self discipline and a order and dignity to the present disturbed of the most vexing problems which beset nmunity life is that of the multiplicity of hu which are carried on throughout the arc especially concentrated in the four months of the "season." The Combined Appeal itself was originally formed to one drive all valid campaigns deserving Iport of the total community. This principle dcrlics the structure and work of the CJA. the Combined Jewish Appeal raised funds yen local agencies, for the United Jewish and for 47 other national and overseas Consider for a moment the unbearable hat would result in the dissolution of a CJA, [letting loose upon the community some 55 nal campaigns. lcon>ider. furthermore, what would happen [Community Chest were dissolved and its Lcies were to carry on individual campaigns community. Yet, the very achievement of imunity Chest and CJA in uniting so many under one aegis, has been exploited by a af agencies who insist on conducting indent appeals They do this regardless of the pity's welfare and without regard to the tion of their need in relationship to the ^eerl of the agencies in the Chest or in the ned Jewish Appeal. The problem of multiple |gns is not only one of the timing. The suesome of the emotion-packed one day or one Campaigns in comparison with the inadequite [which some individual causes willing to be of CJA seem to receive, encourages agenconduct their own campaign leading to an scil overlooping and mise-use of leadership 10 v [are becoming a great community. We have ^tcntial of growth and of achievement. It is question of whether we shall continue to to the principles of teamwork, planning. Ssciplme. recognition of the common good, net her we -hall have the vision and the boldKhieve in the realm of human relations, e have thus far accomplished in material My answer is a confident affirmative—and coupled with conviction that we shall carve ^selves and our children a bright future in ronderful community of ours. This is my ^nd aspiration for my loved ones as well as entire community for the. New Year. aware of certain restrictions imposed upon us by limitations of funds There remain many unmet needs and services that need to be developed. We would like to be more helpful in preventing family arfd personal breakdown by expanding rtur family life education program. This quite simply means the use of professional leadership for groups of people, to help them understand and grapple with the forces that give rise to personal problems. We recognize the lack of adequate psychiatric facilities for persons with more serious emotional disturbances, and would like to be able to offer such services as part of what we do. Our child placement program, still in its infancy, will undoubtedly need to be greatly expanded. We could make very effective use of greater financial support by helping certain children to be placed in psychiatricallyoriented institutions, where they can have the continuous and intensive treatment they require. We think it would be desirable to create district offices, bringing our services closer to the neighborhoods in which people live. One such office might very well be on Miami Beach. Others should be related to the suburban movement of our new population. We have already proposed to make additional services available for older people. Some, who are home-bound, need friendly visiting and help with shopping. Others could live more happily if they could find families who would like to have them live with them. Others need practical nursing and housekeeper service. Such a program is essential for the well-being of older people, and eventually these services will come into existence in Miami. We are afraid that it will be a long time before they will be adequately financed. The creation of these services depends upon financial support, but this, in turn, depends upon the recognition of need, the consciousness and acceptance of responsibility for each other. The kind of lives we will lead, the security and happiness of our society, depends upon the state of our mental health. This in the end goes back to each person, to his awareness of himself, to his belief in the ability of people to grow and change, to his knowledge and support of the services and the methods which can truly offer help. The value of the Jewish Family Service and the contribution it will make next year, and in all future years, depends upon you. JFS client seeks guidance to help solve family problems. We Extend Sincere Greetings and Best Wishes tor A HAPPY NSW YEAR THE A JAI ALAI FRONTON GREETINGS COST ANALYSIS TOOLS BUS JMS FIXTURES PKOOVCTION FACILITIES Boar Tool ft Die, Inc. P *<>* 882. Inn. Airport— AT*. D. Bldg. 116 1 MI (48) FLORIDA PHONE 84-7403 GREETINGS TO ALL Herman Mack MACK'S SUPER LIQUORS Wine* Bter% LJOVOri 1017 N.W. 7fHi STRUT fhone PI 9-9491 GKIETINGS TO ALL CHARLIE'S ON THE Tl All RESTAURANT ead MIKATESSEN "Where Tear Patronage It Appreciated" AIM S.W. 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FAGE 10 G >Jmi&r**l***L Richard L Powell Author M. Kahn Lazar Grossberg and Dan Harris of KAHN & ALPERT INSURANCE AGENCY Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to the Entire Jewish Community 998 SOUTHWEST FIRST STREET I MIAMI, FIORIDA Best Wishes for a Nappy and Prosperous New Year Broad Causeway and Town of Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad Councilman David M. Abel Councilman Samuel Fletcher Councilman Joseph J. Gardner Councilwomon Mercedes Nicholson Councilman Harrison A. Walker Councilmon Sidney S. Weiss J. M. lelchuk, Town Manager TO ALL GREETINGS CARMINE J. PIESCO Candidate for YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN 1290 W. 26th PLACE HIALEAH era Pol Ad> r t t I I To M u Ma mi I ri, mis and Avquaintanves it in Mu Pleasure to I \iiml a Most Happy \ew Year John P. Connelly Candidate for YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN Fateful Year at By DAVID HOROWITZ f The year 5715 at the UN has been a historymaking one (or Israel. ^^^ fc .pp'raismg '"" P*M* ,IM ,an n h ,p hutKrt a. this funcl M h i""the S*c*nty I'OJBK timiditj. vis-a-J^iPagRre*ive Arab mates despite the Sov.et vetoes on the councils resolution, calling upon Egypt to permit Israeli ships to pass through the Suez, and despite the unrelenting Aral., more particularly. Egyptian, diatribea heaped upon the Israel.as we enter the net* year of 5716. Israel emerges a much more potent and ImnorUnl OM entity than she has ever been line* aba • %  admitted into the World Or%  niiatlon la LMI The definitive and adamant stand taken by Jerusalem 1 able spokesmen evoked awe and rcsped front the majority of delegates. Indeed, all Arab attempts to belittle and besmirch the new State failed to bear fruit. It seemed as 11 Isaiah s ancient prophecy had been directed specialty hi this period: "No weapon that is formed again-l thee -hall prosper, and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment, thou shalt condemn (Isaiah 54:171. This is exactly what was witnes-ed within the chamber of the UN in 5715. But above and beyond all this, something strange and unusual happened in the UN this past year It made many observers wonder whether the great Providence that wrought such marvelous lets and deedin the time of Moses in the presence of ancient Israel wasn't similarly at work in our ..wn days in the midst of modern Israel Who'd dare saj BO Even the Arab representatives sensed that something strange, far beyond the realm of coincidences, had occurred. What, then, were these strange happenings -1 nificant enough so asto make us pause and wonder, wonder whether history wasn't repeating '-(II that is. Biblical history which saw Haitian himaell upon the gallows he had prepared [or the Jen Mordaeni and which saw the first-born among the Egyptians smitten. And now. the two I \ delegates who had affected Israel most adverael) during the year. Andrei Vishinsky of the i SSR by hiinvocation of the veto favoring the \rahs-and Mahmoud Azmi of Kgypt. who led the Arab battle again* Israel—were visited by the Angel "f Death within the span of a month: Azmi on Nov 3 while he was attacking Israel in the Security Council over the Bat C.alim incident, and Vishinsky on Nov 23-the day Pierre Mendesh ranee visited the I'M—while he was preparing %  speech at the I SSR delegation office in New York for I forthcoming debate. In reporting the Azmi death at the time, this writer wrote: "Whatever rational interpretation one might wish to give this dramatic incident — and certainly many thoughts must have flashed through the minds of the delegates, especially those of the Arabs—the I act remains that an Egyptian, who had been resorting to calumny and deceit against the people of the God of Abraham in the judgment hall of the nation-, was suddenly struck and silenced and taken away Surely, the-e incidentare worthwhile for us to ponder as we prepare ourselve* for the solemn da) of Yom Kippur. When the Ninth General Assembly opened a year ago this month—and it is worth noting that the I N assemblies usually open during our Ro-h Hashona season—the peace and quiet that reigned within that grand palace of peace that is the General Assembly Hall were quickly dispelled by a number i! hostile vitriolic and recriminatory stateInitcd Natii Former French Premier Pierre 1 France delivering his historic me*! the General Assembly last Nov 2zli France proposed that the Western I seek agreement with the Soviet out pean unity. Shown in the back^oj! Assembly president Eelco van KleffcJ executive assistant Andrew Cordie. ments by the Arab delegates headed brJa Iraq and Shukairi of Syria—a repeat perl of .which must be expected this year I tunately for Israel, right there on the wjtdj the faithful spokesman of his people, the4 Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban. defe staunch little nation. Speaking erev YOB I the youthful orator inaugurated Israel's llj with this unmistakable declaration: "I doubt the necessity or wisdom of a ( reply to the picture presented by Mr JasgJ Mr. Shukairi of shining Arab virtue and i I-raeli guilt. The efforts of our pioi munity to build an independent State aid society on its ancient soil within the -hebrl democratic institutions and the in-piratiot i\ Hebrew past haevoked a world reaction I ferent from that to which the Iraqi and I spokesmen have given such immoderate i sion. "The General Assembly will hardly aettsi version of an Arab nationalism with its eujatf states, its two and a half million people. I a just grievance because another people I its freedom in a hallowed little strip of Uat^ than two hundredth of the Arab donua memory of the events which led to our | crisis is engraved on the records of the IN records tell how the Arab governments losftj aims to destroy the State of Israel by f this was the first attempt in postwar overthrow a legitimate international situsal armed aggression; how those govenunatj ducted military operations outside their i against a small neighbor i disregard to i cease-fire orders by the Security Council heavy burden of sacrifice and suffering, of I ment and anguish; flight and panic, watf posed upon the peoples of our religion; hol though hard-pressed and heavily outnun sisted the onslaught and vindicated nati how those who once decided to launch ft] have since refused to make peace: howif and purposeful hostility is still directed Continued on Pf G Superior Itru (leaning, tne. VALET SHOP AT COIUMBUS HOTEL 2004 N. 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L crPTFMBER 16. ^ &f r* %  r*rz FESTIMS THEIR LITERARY Bfflffll) Continued from P9 12 C (ens lf thousand* indeed millions of altars. K rvr the unity Of God. L Tor id reading on Rosh Hashona is taKen [Lnesis 21 which tells how Sarah's prayers (answered with the birth of h<* son. Isaac. Ladv menlioned, Sarah's prayer was answerTosh Hashona. The Haftorah, or Prophetic L on the first day of Rosh Hashona tells of fcrth of Samuel, whose mother's prayers were Inswcred on Rosh Hashona. habeen a custom for many centuries for living in village* and hamlets to come to L er townand cities to observe Rosh Haand Yoni Kippur. This is not so with the [festival* and holidays. This custom is based thought that "in the multitude of people king's glory." The custom has its counterIn secular life, too; for, when a king was led. folk gathered in the capital from all parts i kingdom to witness the ceremonies. And so Hien Jews are ready to hail the king of kings; gather in the large cities coming from the and villages. Iyer attitudes are manifested in various ways, are some who pray silently. They do not %  FIR'S MEANING Continued from Pag* 3 C [child does not grasp entirely the significance Shofar-blowing, it will in the solemn atJere that surrounds it realize that this is king different from a tooting of the horn by en out for a little fun and will be emoly prepared to realize its spiritual signifi| in later years. ofarblowing has been the inspiration of a leal of Jewish artistic effort in recent times aintings and plaques by distinguished artists. i wonder, since it is one of the most inspiring Dns in Jewish religious life which has picIdrama. Ours is above all an ethical religion. [too uses aesthetic means—drama, music, art pit it message across. The artist who uses themes in his work cannot help but be by the message as well as the means. Continued from Pag* 4 C hel's batteries pressed on Alexandria tte Nazi Marshall, so sure of victory, acM to the newspapers, was already preto celebrate with a debauch at ShepHotel in a few days. Rabbi Herzog on a return journey to Palestine. The at the time were giving serious conation to the evacuation of Palestine. I Halifax, British Ambassador to Washi asked Rabbi Herzog if he was not apnsive. "The land will not be conguered." foe Chief Rabbi. "No third destruction Fftoldby our prophets.** stir from their place during the entire service They are tranquil and utter their petitions in whispers. There arc others, however, who cry out in their prayers and even make strange gestures with their eyes and hands and even with their entire being. Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov. founder of the Chassidic movement, describes the latter type of praying Jew in his volume "Keter Shem" Tov." When a man is drowning in a river and splashes about trying to pull himself from the waters that overwhelm him. those who witness the scene certainly will not ridicule his splashing. So. when a man prays with gestures, there is no reason to make fun of him, for he is trying to save himself from the raging waters that engulf him and distract him from his prayers. The blowing of the Shofar on Hash Hashona is inspired by many ideas. The keynote is set by the following verse: "With trumpets and sounds of the Shofar shout ye before the King, the Lord" (Psalms 98:6). The most common significance of the Shofar is that it recalls the ram which was sacrificed instead of Isaac. Many are the traditions connected with the Shofar. The Torah was given to the sounds of the Shofar, as indicated by the verse: "And when the voice of the Shofar waxed loader and louder" (Exodus 19:19). The walls of Jericho fell to the sounds of the Shofar: "And it came to pass, when the people heard the sound of the Shofar, that they shouted with a great shout, and the wall fell down flat" (Joshua 6:20). The Messiah will be heralded with the sounds of the Shofar "and the Lord will blow the Shofar" (Zechariah 9:14). Tradition has it also that, when the exiles of Israel are gathered, it will be to the sounds of the Shofar. "And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great Shofar will be blown; that they shall come that were lost in the land of Assyria and they that were dispersed in the land of Egypt; and they shall worship the Lord in the holy mountain at Jerusalem" (Isaiah 27:13). Maimonidcvs, the famed Jewish philosopher who stands out as one of the leading cedifiers of Jewish law, vividly points to the significance of the Shofar blowing ceremony: "Awake, O ye sleepers," he writes, "awake from your slumber, and rouse from your lethargy. Scrutinize your deeds and return in repentance. Remember your Creator, ye who forget eternal truth in the trifles of the hour, who go astray all your years after vain illusions which can neither profit nor save. Look well into your souls and mend your ways and your actions; let each of you forsake his evil path and his unworthy purpose, and return to God ,so that He may have, mercy upon you" (Hilchot T'Shuvah III, 4). The ideological principles of the High Holidays are impressive. The Midrashic elements have contributed much to the observance of these days in which the Jew has found much spiritual security. They have always helpe*d Jews develop the sense of belonging to the Eternal People. The folk tales and parables, the commentaries and ethical homilies have preserved those who observe the holy days with that spiritual armor with which Jews have sustained themselves nigh on to forty centuries. 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PAGE 7B I M nun *r .^r i Blocation of funds raised is an Lnclion of Federation. Members ton's budget committee who B 1955 campaign are started bht) Sam Prosterman. Daniel Joseph Duntov, Leon Ell. Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs. David Bass, Alvin Cassel and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Standinq are Leon Epstein, Fred K. Shochet, Sidney Aronovitz, M. C. Gettinger, Isidore Simkowitz. Dr. David Kirsh and Louis E. Goldman. "5 itinutd from Pago 1 B i often those of us who live through ire not conscious of the miraculous kter Miami. We have calmly acceptpt (Greater Miami which not so many community where everybody knew [would soon grow into a metropolis jn people. Certainly our Jewish comumbering more than 66,000. will Jred thousand mark in the not too and will become one of the five or ti'-h communities in America. ourselves, "Are we in our cornping pace with the phenominal phyour city?" Take, for example, our ash Appeal. The number of conCJA has grown from 7,400 in 1953 and over 10,000 in 1955—an alincrease in two years. However, in Of more than 65.000 (of which at potential contributors) the figure of try low. In 1955 we had a wonderivhich raised over $1,250,000—a faction to all of us who had the ticipate in it—and yet this figure vest in the country for communisize, and our per capita giving is the national average. Doesn't this to carry the message of the ComIppeji to our increasing population, people in the campaign, and to enificance of the Combined Jewish M it serves at home, nationally. ) our community in a more inten[more aggressive manner? uestion of campaign, do we not have to be of assistance to the new cornare springing up almost overnight |ireas of our county? We know that every new residential area the total community multiply. There is school facilities, transportation, Playgrounds, traffic arteries. We in to appreciate the importance of community planning to provide these essential facilities, and to assure the orderly physical expansion of our community. Don't we, as members of the Jewish community, have a similar responsibility for the cultural, social welfare, religious and educational needs of our growing population? Our new communities need help and they ask for help. It is really a two-way proposition. When we extend our Combined Jewish Appeal to the new areas, the response we get too often is that the new areas are in need of service, and are too involved in their own problems to be able to work and contribute to the many other local and national causes. They need help in setting up their educational programs, their leisure time activities, in organizing their synogagues and communal life. And we have tried to be of service. Our Bureau of Jewish Education has had to expand significantly and still cannot respond to all the calls for service from groups of young parents who want to make sure that their youngsters receive proper upbringing in a Jewish community atmosphere. Our Jewish centers cannot begin to respond to the needs of the enlarged community and to the pressures for service which are placed on them. Soon a thorough study will have to be made of the Jewish educational needs of our expanding community, as well as of the recreational and cultural services which our community agencies should provide in the light of changing conditions. These studies' will involve not just those agencies which are expected to give these services, but a cross section of our community—especially of those who will be the recipients of the service, as well as those who will ultimately have to pay for the service. This will be one of the major responsibilities of Federation in the coming year. Another frontier of service lies in the field of health. The campaign for a new Mount Sinai Hospital undertaken this Spring by Federation and the hospital has reached the halfway mark and promises to have the full support of the commuity, to enable it to reach its goal of $4,000,000 Continued on Poo* B Season's Greetings Insul-Mastic OF MIAMI, INC. Authorized Cool Roof Dealer Authorized Cool Roof Coatings l STRKT MIAMI 3*. FLORIDA Telopfcoao 3-57*1 cs Jim O'Nill AKER LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, INC. f U "" Strinkkr Srystom Hand or Automatic Control $TRIIT PHONE PL MAM HAPPY NEW YEAR TO All f ARM AND HOME SUPPIY CO. *MUE, CORAL CARIES TO All GKUTINGS Ralph Lapp AUTO PAINTING 801 N.W. 8th STREET ROAD Pkoot HI 4-133* To AH Our frioiio's ••' Potrom A Moll Hooojr Now Yoor Somoof C. Kellf .Miami Track Sales 7100 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, F10II0A MR. and MRS. 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SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Phone 83-5213 An 'Irish' Rabbi and His n Kabbi Isaac Ntntf always an Irishman By S. DAVID fewish tradition speaks of how versed one of the sages of the Talmud was astronomy. PO qe has hit ipait in the unique et Rabbi of Israet lsabc Herzog. who Hi* n up the study of physics. Rabbi :,:og is also something of a athematician ond in addition -aks a multitude of languor g e s including rew Russian, ,nch, Arabic d English with Ii is the last ich always provokes the most ng. An Irish Jew is of itself something of an anomaly to mosl. If Mr. Shitreet. the Israeli Chief of Police, came from Ireland, it would be regarded as in the nature of things, but the Chief Rabbi! However, it should be remembered that the police and the spiritual leaders are essentially concerned in forwarding the same objectives—the keeping of the Ten Commandments—in their different ways, of course. Again, to the Irish themselves it should occasion no surprise, for Irish legend provides a precedent. According to this legend, the prophet Jeremiah paid a visit to the Emerald Isle five centures before the common era. Recently, when Rabbi Herzog visited Toronto to address an Israel Bond function, one of the first to buy an Israel Bond wa. a local Irish club. It was their way of paying tribute to a fellow Irishman. "I am a former Irishman myself." said Rabbi Herzog addressing a meeting of Irish in the States. "Once an Irishman—always an Irishman" called out one of his hearers. A spot of shamrock is in him which he has managed to fuse with 'he rose of Sharon. The Chief Rabbi is frankly fond of Ireland, and when in a conversational mood, he is apt to regale one with stories of old Exin. It may even be about the clergy of Ireland with whom he had many fraternal contacts in days of old. He may tell the one about Pat receiving the last rites and asking the priest for a repeat. "Once is enough" admonishes the priest. "It will take you where you want to go. Pat, my boy. why do you want me to repeat the words?" "It isn't the words, Father, it's our breath," Pat replies. Rabbi Herzog told Eamon de Valera. who visited him in Israel, that the Jewish and Irish have one thing in common, the Jews do not speak Hebrew and the Irish do not speak Gaelic. The Jews in Israel are apparently meeting with more success in restoring the Hebrew tongue than the Irish are having with Gaelic. but there are other ties than this negative quality. Both were landless people, the Irish landless in thei r own la nd until lately—and sperserf both are a widely disc doubt ess partake of some, from this irregularity. 0nu Slight in Lqui. c|Qd Chief Rabbi always w Jj£! *** J a picturesque figure. He 'I l< friendliness. During a S* 1 reporter asked about a book L *'I is me Bible. Do you wa n ^ to you?" The Chief K*$>T^\ the well-known story abo^M came to a rabbi once and 3f J Judaism while I stand on one £1 said, I can do that. The Bible *L? neighbor as thyself. That is tblLl rest is elaboration.'" Visiting the White House, he gaged with President Truman ? quotations from the BiDle. He hasai invoking the common touch. His father. Rabbi Joel Herzoa m^ the Chief Rabbi of Pans, was 7^2 liant Talmudist and the son evinced. At the age of 25, the doctorate of \L conferred on him by the University Members of the extremists Naturayl ultra orthodox group who refuse to !" edge the redemption of Israel sore Wj natural intervention, when vexed i Chief Rabbi, like to call him "DocicrT Rabbi Herzog for a time was dahgJ following the rabbinical calling. He fa fact gone so far as to pursue studku Sorbonne with a view to becoming aai ologist. A dream he had on the ni.fr( Hashona in which a former revered I appeared to him with ominous rra, about the fate of Israel is said to ham on his latent mysticism and resolvedl turn to the rabbinate. Rabbi Herzoq made his first rki^ Holy Land in 1934 whn he camelol remains of his father. He was wan. corned and spoke before many Ys The followinq year, on the death tfj Rabbi Abraham I. Kook, he was d latter's successor. It was no easy: take the place of the utterly con bi Kook, one of the authentic iu.es which Jewry has begotten in I ter days. Rabbi Herzoq is a voluminous magnum opus is the three volume stitutes of Jewish Law." He toured ftal behalf 4' refugees tervened ally with I in behalf i Jewish ci who wtl to the Catholicl save tbssj Hitler. Israeli *a| eration hit inspiring I. Jerusalem, I city's d4 days, si "The Jews may be taken out of dead, they will never be taken out ( The same faith was his when. seemed likely to fall to German hasi Continued on Pat SC Hmrry 5. 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fEMBER 16. 1955 %  Jen 1st fkridian PAGE 13 D HITEB mi Mil mm mm \ r \ mtinued from Page 2 D %  •serves to be remembered. fuhirh also deserve revivifying are, ^^ brought back to. life. One is tr S'forim's The Nag," an allegorize status of the Ghetto Jew and the U|bes fr the future. It contains tt the role of the Jew as far'more |v The satire and the allegory are n lU bul Mendele'a humor remains Be passages in which he remains timely h |s niade available for the English and is, almost throughout. I md such work of fiction is i Isaac Babel." Babel was extraordinary .situation. He was betoal wl i erved with the Cossacks, short stories created a terrific bg, ii;, i. the book, "Red Cavalry," ult to obtain. The stories of the fie Russian Jews and the Jews in Llarly. remained vivid in the minds (were acquainted with Babel. In the banished in :i Russian concentration ow, years later, a book of all his jjn reissued. It is a brutal, brilliant isidic Jews, the revolutionary Jews cuted Jews are drawn sharply and was a first rate observer and his Available again, make shocking and ng reading. lied with the above mentioned fiendful of books which, for lack of a an be called "lives." They are autoographical and extremely personal. Jewish living and lives in America k. They arc all first grade books and (that the output this past year was hem are autobiographies and all differs are of different times and backisb life The Great Fair." by SoloI Ii the story of the youth of the humorist It is a gentle, funny and and rankwith the best books the Aleichem ever wrote. To under jopean Jew, one must know this book. hand. S \ Behrman's "The Wnr fc" which .a quietly funny retelling drain. iii-' eluldhood in Massachuan insight to the American Jew |.were immigrants and who, themwish heritage of their hat today they remain nostalgically fetain fev ol the surface symbols^ of %  elves \',i hrroan'g father was a Tal' ami yet when Behrman was himself' les, he could not even converse in nil own mother. It is, in that sense, till he manages to retain a love for Jn when he is sometimes bitter over There are other books, written men who are rethinking their pssessii j their Judaism. Behrman's •uching of them all. It. who has been %  successful writer p.i. and has been involved in Jewish land Israeli politics, has written in [the Century" i very readable, extraWdid and sometimes brilliant, alaccount ol his life to date. Hecht n calmly and casually, for he is per interesting of those thus far dealt with, particularly for American Jews. Significant. iy. too, it has outsold the others. There ta N much material ,n it, that one can only recommend ,t to anyone who wants to hja kept awake night* with uproarious, humorous, bitter and shocking tales of a man of our own time. The judgments will be personal, but that is how an individual like Hecht affects readers. You are either for him or against him. But you cannot be indifferent to him. Norman Bentich\s For Zlon's Sake." i life of Judah L. Magnes. the chancellor of the Hebrew University and a controversial" figure himself, is scholarly and Illuminating, i good first biography of a good subject. The same is true of Barnet Litvinoffs "Ben Gurion ol Israel whfch is -harp cr in its writing style and Is concerned with a man win. has accomplished a great deal more than MafDoa. The last word has yet to be written on both men. Those bookwill be source volumes for years to come. For that matter, the hurt word seems not to have been said on Theodor Her/I, either. Dr. Ludwig Lcwisohn's Theodor Herzl," which contains an appraisal by Lcwisohn and selections from Herat's basic works, indicates that much remains to be said about the founder of political Zionism. The diaries of Herzl, for example, remain closed to the English language reader and Lewisohn offers only a small sampling from them. Nevertheless, this is a useful volume not only for the student, but for the Zionist who may think he knows all about Herri; the odds are that he will find much of interest in Lewisohn's compilation. In the field of the anthology, there are a handful of memorable volumes. I must omit any detailed description of my own "Mid-Century," a collection of more than 50 essays by leading American Jewish thinkers on themes of deep Jewish interest. But I can, and shall, commend to all readers, Irving Howe's and Eliezer Greenberg's brilliantly edited collection called "A Treasury of Yiddish Stories," which contains excellent translations of more than 50 tales by Jewish masters of the short story, as well as a sober, comprehensive and scholarly 70-page introduction to Yiddish literature. This is a model of what books should be, and paves the way for additional collections by the same team on other Yiddish writers. Franz Kobcr'.s 'Her Children Call Her Blessed," is an anthology on the Jewish Mother, but utilizes reading by Jews who expressed themselves in all this approach to offer a huge collection of good languages, not only on mothers, but on Judaism and the ethics of the Jewish people in general. It is a book that can and should be read not only for "Mothers' Day," but all year round. And, finally, one of my favorite books of this or any other year "A Jewish Tourist's Guide to the United States" by Bernard Postal and Lionel Koppman. This is a fat. illustrated volume which connects every prominent—and obscure—place in America with Jews, if it is warranted, and tells the history of the place. Rivers, towns, villages, creeks, monuments, museums—in a word, every place in the United States which has something attached to it of Jewish interest, is described in this volume. It is a travel book, but it contains more Jewish history than the formal histories. It remains on my present shelf of the year. The shelf is not too large, as you can see, but this book shall remain on it for years to come. I think the others will, too. GREETINGS! J. JAMES CONST. 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+jeMDyiB?2==~ PAGE 8 B FRIDAY. It is our privilege to express Our appreciation to our many Friends ior their kind consideration During the past year. $ We Express Genuine Greetings and Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR V THE STAFF OF vJenist Florid far Scl"-n Thomson Martin Jpi.'fco foorge Too'ter 'red Hogerth Wm. 0. Hcparth Hilary Mindlin Bo tftics Boa/ John Dahlin MJMJt A'cWhorfcr leo Mindlin leseph Sthribmkk A! lo Zifo Ch'isfine Carrigcin Bttiy Trapnell Tom Bcnner, Jr. Mel Campbell To All My Friends and Acquaintances A Most Happy New Year GEORGE F. ROGERS Constable, District No. 2 f 3 West Flagler St. Miami, Florida A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Z80N FOOD CENTER 1423 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Phone IE 1-3418 PHILIP ROMER SAM SUSSMAN ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 OSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats Ui. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 EXClUS/Vf M1M8U10KS Of THE SOOTH i I I I I I t COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: MM1 JE 8 6232 HERMAN PEARl PAT DEAKI i,V waders review CJA campaign 1955. SI,250.000 raised this year %  •the highest achievement since nine percent ahead 61 last %  year's results. Left to right on sj Jack Corner. Sam J. Heiman^I chairman, Stanley C. M yers ~S Orovitz. Tl'S TEAMWORK HI FED Continued from Page 7 B VY .ire indeed en the ml development in serving needs ol the total community, and the new I will repreeenl OM <>f the finest eon* which we, a* .1 Jewish community, can • the welfare ->f the total eommanitf Bui it \ lira more than a new buildinf Ul i our dreams and planfur thii great aarvice. We i undertake, together with the hospital %  stud) winch will Involve the Home for the Aged thi Jewish Fai the Jewish Centers, ol I the health needs of our routmunity, and we must consider especially h>w beat to utilize the present plant oi Mount Sum, and how t<• < rdinate the work and the BAfVisei of Mount Sin ,1 with the other health agencies and the other institutions which larva the needs of our infirm; especially the chronically ill and the aged. All of Iheae studies will he undertaken in the spirit ol the principles of joint planning, team respect for each j •; %  • ideologiei and interfor n ithis kind >>f Joint planning that must continue U the hallmark of lYderation It was this kind ol join* planning that made it possible [or the Jewish Home for the Aged to ex%  facilities and to brinf to auccoaaful conlusion itbuilding program for the Jack Ablin Merjt i to serve the needs of the aged It is thikind of plan; I Servioi and the Conv munit; < best that enabled ua within ih past two I'III h a vocational placemeaU aanrica undi of the Je i-h lid i %  come Into being at the whim ol an individual or a small they i I upon (be community %  tj repnaaaeiii I the n ;t ol careful study, careful planning, involvement ol all community interests, and the aetting up of the program under skilled professional dl under the supervision of interested and devoted COmmunit) leadership l all Ol the planning and teamwork expressed by 1 the Ida J nify discipline. A discipline which bag] by individuals as well a by grows. tieal sanction to an) of it< delib force of Federation comei from thei reptanee by the community nf Fei and services. Thu-. the strength of Fd in the maturity of the community inds| tent to which Federation icsponded It of the community The scope of Federation's activity U fined by anything except the desire* *M munity itself When one aaki what ation do about this or that purpose,ori eration concern Itself with this or thitt situtation. the answer as vague a> it rasf| be (evasive to some who would like til authority in Federation" is that the! will act whenever and wherever thei wants It to act. A good example of I us today in the Ka-hnith situation. aware of the situation existing in oar t which has the doubtful fortune of beef boast of five independent Vaad Haki During the past few months, the sociation. the Butcherr.uild—yes. ttal of the Vaadim. as well aa large r.uibel ested citizens, the official repre>er.une| national Orthodox Rabbinic bodiev lYderation to play an active roleandaj sponsibility for helpling to create a la Hakashruth under proper superviaoi hi, munity. this is not simply a matter df cern. The situation has national implications because oi the number dl and hotels which cater to a national i" ronage desiring k i Thereat within Federation's leadership *hetaj tion has a mpamJbilit) in this admi and sensitive community problem Tie of Federation is studying this proMeatl It has met with representative romnaal Continued on P*9 • TO All A MOST HAPPf NfW TEAR ro All cmniNcs ( %  olden Huh* Semico Siaii| SE.M:N


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PAGE 14 D i mistncrklton FRIDAY. DR. and MRS. DAVID OSER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A VERT HAPPT NEW TEAR TO THOU FRIBHDS 1\ GREATER MIAMI Best Wishes for a A Happy New Year COUNCILMAN BERNARD A. FRANK BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR S< III FIN MARKET MR. and MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone JE 1-3751 NIW YEAR CRttTINGS TO All Su+cliffe's Gifts and Toys 7331 COLLINS AVTNUE PHONE UN 6-6013 A Happy New Year R. C. COLA Best By Taste Test NEHI BOTTLING CO. 538 N.W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Wallpaper Distributors, Inc. 5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone PL 8-0922 O. M. PUSHKIN YOUR MIAMI BEACH BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Greetings to All happy new year from elaine and eugene lyon of the five blackstone flower shops miami roney plaza hotel boca raton hotel miami beach hollywood beach hotel TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Scheibling and Sons CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS 1470 NORTHEAST 130th STREET. NORTH MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 84-3977 M ,***** Buildings near Tiberias by Koslowsky. American artists return to their time-halJB f* tia ** !" and the era birth to dep.c, the aesthet^ motivates them. THE ARTISTIC VISION OF JEWRY Continued from Page 11 D bio for the sufferings f Sacco and Vanietti, and of labor leader Tom Mooney. Today it II compassion rather than fury that leads the artist, now close to sixty, to point to the n ( | atomic destruction. In the past, Shahn's attack was direct but also a bit naive; today, he warns rather than challenges, aware as he is of the complexities of life If the works of his youth could be grasped in a glance, he now makes us stop and think and rethink the issue. Jewish themes recur frequently in Ben Shahn's work. The exhibition included a large watercolor, Maimonldea," I stern old man holding an open book with the text: Teach thy tongues to say, 1 American Jewish art is here typified by the work of Nota Koslowsky, who last year spent long periods of time in Israel painting the scene he saw on the faces and by-ways of the Jewish State. This is one of Koslowsky s noted works, portraying the beauty and determination of Israel's youth. do not know, and thou shalt progresfj was also a copy of a stunning new i Alphabet of Creation," an ancient 1 Zohar, with numerous illustrations h] Hebrew letters, and the various JeaL are interpreted in such a spirited n] gain new life and significance from taei inimitable draftsman. The Whitney Museum's double works by Jack Levine and Hyman B of the outstanding events of the seasal are around forty, and both of then] way up from the slums of Boston toil fame. There is a great deal they hand enormous skill, deep rootedness in Jeiti lore, and sincere enthusiasm that ova stacles. Bloom, who was born in brought to this country as a child flat] fame fifteen years ago with "The Sfi large luminous oil that was bought bjt| of Modern Art. His renderings of ii embracing the Torah might have delicl brandt. His drawing has the intensity ell his color the lustiness of a Soutine. aali he touches becomes a religious subjecta| that it delves into the mysteries of thu it shakes the Tree of Life to harvest is| good and the worm-eaten ones alike. "What is man'' Bloom's canvass I Levine also asks this question, but rather than metaphysical level. Man i| realistic entity has been assigned tbej role in his work Sympathy for the for the rich pervade his work, but | does anger make the artist forget his I towards art and introduces a journalie1| most cases the perfect composition. Id color (lower in key than that of Bloo*t£ craftsmanship lift even his most U high above the level of ever vine's tiny painting of Biblical kingsM like glow, and his portrait of the ISM Alexander Marx, of the Jewish The*" nary. has the intensity of an El Grew Is photography an art? I am amoajl firmly believe that it can be an art, iff is used by one combining taste and sksj lion and discipline. The huge pbot •The Family of Man,' staged by Neil seum of Modern Art. showed works bf I the lens. Some of the pictures •] Continu.d on Pf D DR. and MRS. EMANUEL PUSHKIN and Daughters Joan and Debra Wiah all their Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family WISH ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Grttflafs To All Alexander Orr & Associates, k| PLUMBING — HEATING Residential Coaunerdal bd"** 1 Sart-if Hbe fref r Mkmi kf *• 66 NX. 39th STREET Ph. 89-MJ 1 1119 16th STREET. MIAMI BEACH -* Greetings To All CORAL GABLES LAUNDRY I DRY CLEANING CO. 250 MINORCA AVENUE P*oo JL|, 4008 RED ROAD — Phone M" COEAL GABLES ^0 5833 SUNSET BOULEVARD J* 00 ^ SOUTH MIAMI



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PAGE 2 B 9-Jmlstntrkftoti FRIDAY X Florida National Bank at CORAL GABLES 169 Miracle Mile, Colonnade Building MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Head Nurse M. B. Hennesy assists a patient at Mount Sinai Hospital as he prepares to say his morning prevail Private Parking in Rear of Bank Outlook for the New Si inai TO ALL GREETINGS FRED ARNOLD GENERAL BUILDING COMPANY CONTRACTORS 1036 THIRD STREET MIAMI BEACH NEW TEAR CREETINCS TO Mi DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING SERVICE Spcializing in Hand laundry Special 24-Hour Service 1154 NORMANDY DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 6 5975 NEW YEAR GREETINGS M. LIEBERMAN & SONS of Brooklyn. N.Y. LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE MOVING Miami Beach Office: 655 Collins Avenue DIAL j{ 88353 By MAX OROVITZ President, Mount Sinai Hospital In borrowini I paisagfl from liencM-. perhaps I tike Libert] with the original text as I recall that "in the Beginning, the I.ord took six days to create the Baitll and on the Sevcth day He rested." For some reason the Biblical quotation crosses my mind as I reflect on the creation and growth of Mount Sinai Hospital d u ring Ha near!] -concluded six years and wonder if we can rest as the seventh year ap proaches Awe prepare to celebrate year 5.716 of our glorious Jewish Ma i o r >. it lesma hardlj credible that only a halfdozen yean have transpired since Mount Binai'a hoard ot trustees ha/arded the herculean task of converting an arMox Orovifi chaic hotel building into a geaaa] the alleviation of suffering and I of the local citizenry Many a scoffer in September, lttj board for accepting so difficult a( "It cant be done." was the those who failed to consider tat i courage of a dozen or so men uif vision. We can be justly proud at thisusei menal record of acoomplishmmwtaj thousands upon thousands of resM who entered Mount Sinai in pas I whole in body and mind. For this i ing. I shall devote later paragraph^ dedication and devotion achieved i should like the privilege of anilrnail lems while projecting the future i pital. I deliberately refrain from the statistical growth of Mount Si report and information imparted I pers and other media have appnsedl of our ever-increasing patient load.r opment. added number of P WD ''* ment of new departments, our m\ and resident training program-. 1 and part-pay sen led and oth< ities performed. Despite the admirable record our first six years, it would apptf' Continued on ?** Mr. and Mrs. Saul" Konholz and FAMILY lift**' Best Wishes Ta The eafirt Jewish CammaaEity Ut A Vtrr Nappy N* w Year A HAW AMD PROSPEROUS NEW YEA* TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS TO All GREETINGS Permanent Waving Hair Calarimj Il## Sl/We Iff DOWNTOWN 134 N. Miami Aa., Mi. M43 UTTIE RIVER 242 N.E. 7Vth St., n 14.5,4, CORAL CARLES **'a Miracle Mila, Ph. HI 4-2374 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SEACOMBER SURFCOMBER On the Ocean at 17th Straet MIAM BEACH Phone* 58-5321 • MODERN AWNING SHUTTERS All Aluminum Fiberglass 5701 N.W. 35th COURT MIAMI Miana A4-2U3 T AU SEASONS REST WISHES L"<9u l*V-l\oi |.| w nvmni, Salon 5M ME. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Dr. Edward J. MirmekU Owner IN A HUBBY CALL KIMBALL MURRAY THE LUXUBY DBY CLEANS 57W N.VV. 2nd Avenue ** AMEBICAN LAUNDBY 6220 N.W. 2nd Avenua



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PAGE 2 A fif^Htineri^kiin Fridc G^eateTMiami Ushers in Rosh Hashona 7JS days oi Rosh Hashona are Saturday and Sunday, Sept. ^ on f .., i. ... W..HWJH ir;mcr l*"tr. r i m (%**•< Yea a and &I^*.*-A-^^^ -^ l!1:: days are known as fhe'Ten Days of Penitence. At the North Shore Jewish Center services will commence Friday, evening at 8 15, with Saturdaj morning services following al n ing services are at i Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU will offi Mincha portions ... the lituffy ',, epm.. followed to Maarii I ... ______ ill tl P IN •<• .I.daj morning servi' '' |ed oftheaermon is schedu ed (l daJ ,„ Ro sh Hashona wiU %  The Dawn oi a New _ear Ev K ., „,. wit h Rabbi Ev ._.: .< a ... ii, < Kl.iwmc the ,i Blowing Scent),I day ol date and preach on the topic: "Uj;!^^, wi „ „,„„ ,. veiling the Portrait of Life, tan ^^ mscVttain g: "The tor Edward Klein will rendei mi The Call to Awaken." musical portions of the liturgy asa"" £ted by the choir under the dlrec At Torah T.mp .. servkes foi ,„ no Vh Samuels Evening sen Rosh Hashona will commence Fri SJweal 8:15 Services Sundaj d a> evening, 8 p.m.. In Hibiscus morning at 8 will include a sermon Auditorium. Saturday morning 11:30 a.m. Junior congregation, urgy Sermon or theJJ"* !" *^ ages 8 through l_,wi.l meet both \^OJ!r JSS^^ will in' at t>. On Sundaj morning, the topic will be "Who shall ,sh bj Fire and Who by Sword? I antor Abraham Weinstein will as sist in rendering the lltui discussing: Rosh Hashona,'Trumpet." ___*! 8 am with ceremonj ol Tashhch, n which worshippers recite verses from the beside a stream, are *** ** 78,1, st md Tatn"> \N St. !I a> dr. with i pn.ee>M,.n leaving Agudatn Israel al r > P-*n. Corel Geble* Jewish Center will usher in Rosh Hashona PTWaj ra / days at 11:15 a.m. in the Biscayne Elementary Cafetorium. Teen Agers will worship in the chapel at 11 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Levitan will officiate during services <>i Anshe Emes Synagogue. Friday evening services are at sundown. Saturdaj CANDLEIIGHTING TIME fclul _9-:04 p.r... _! Agudeth Israel Hebrew Institute will usher in Rosh Hashona with morning services will be al 8 Sub services commencing Friday eve COLORED DAY WORKERS TOUNG UNIFORMED S6 I FARE High Type Domestic Weekly Moids Hotel Help Restaurant Help Porters Maids Kitchen ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES 9-3607 SOJOII ran nw* f A>piralion." Services Saturdaj morning ; irv .,• 0 ,(,i I antor Irving HOIUIIM.II and tin choir, vs11ft Robert Stras* conducting. Will render the musical portions ol the liturgy. Sutijed ol the sermon Ii scheduled ,,. A Noble Heritage." Si,,., d da) oi Roah Hashona, services will commence at 9M a m Richard Schulman will i Rfbbi Skop during the Shi • ; the sermon i"Tomorro There will be ;i Nea Special children services will inheld Saturdaj .it 10 30 ;i m under the direction <>i Louis Kisner, education director, and Sundaj al -i pin. with Kahin Skop officiating Roth Hashona services at TifaContinoed en Pofe 14 A GOR E N'S BAKE SHOP 7SS W. FIAGIER SHEET MIAMI, FLORIDA Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Year OKDW rout CAKES EAVORITE HOE/DAT and BREAD featuring: HONEY CAKE SPONGE CAKE CHAIAH Telephone 3-5911 J S. J. Freed man and M. Ilephnn HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach Between fourfh and fifth Sfi. HEBREW REIIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synagogues and Private Use Alta far Hebrew Schaab C-nBD 1210 i c ''•'*••• 1-H17 IStAEl CERTIMCATES Prescription Specialists 3S0 IINCOLN ROAD Eafraace an WaiAiaafa. Aveaae Pbaae JE B74JS 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • Aeran from Soars f' • Perking in R, a • %  • B2-2091 OCUUSTS' PRESCRfPTIONS HUB. CONTACT LEWES Dlatributad by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. i_T 14 N.E. 24th St.. Mlanil 37. Flo. pjV HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ? I MR. and MRS. BERT SHE! KENNY and ARTHUR 76 SHORE DRIVE, WEST MIAMI Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ ^^?&4?*z^&24>*tKO •**, A* ^ 34-MOUB AMI aowAW TrN*wnAM, Fuacral Director, INNIWVOU: 7tJi8isaetaadAsai ^ aaaosavN • avows



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SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 ^Jmistifhrktor PAGE 7D osh Hashona Question Box By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX if c oh>mary to listen to on* hundr.d L m the Shofar on Roh Hashona? are two interesting reasons offered for one to listen to one hundred blasts from Jar on Rosh Hashona. One of these traces n hcr back to the one hundred sobs which ( her of Siscra gave upon learning of her agedy. The other traces the number to the statement that a mother issues one nunpans upon the birth of a new baby. The these reasons would associate the Shofar [ies of repentance and remind us to repent we be faced with the sobs of bearing nent. The second of these reasons associ, Shofar with the creation and birth of the We are thus reminded of the formation nd the pains with which life is brought out world, so that we come to appreciate it Shofar blown at mt timtt? %  claim that originally the notes were blown I the early morning services but that a tal decree from a hostile government pro[this practice, which was then delayed until prayers. Others claim that some of the i blown later in the service for the benefit en and children who come later to the and miss the earlier notes. claim that these notes are sounded at Iferent times because we seek atonement for jferent types of sins. Thus it is claimed first set of notes is blown to have us rcthe sins which come under the category worship. The second set of notes is blown | us repent (or the sins which come under of forbidden sexual acts. The third otes are blown to have us repent for the ch come under the category of bloodshed. set of notes are blown to have us or the sins which come under the category til tongue. • • • Ih* Shofar sounded from the platform hich tht Torah is road? claim that this is done to remind us that Jar was blown at Sinai when the Torah was the Jews, others claim that it is done (attach great Important to the Shofar and the entire congregation look up to its callla "Ttkiah?" fekiah" is the plain deep sound of the Ihich ends abruptly. It is sometimes called I" because of its "straightness" or "plainefore and after every other sound of the his note is blown. One of the reasons this is that man is reminded that the fcs created in a plain and even pattern. and difficulties that come in life are Original plan of the world and will all be pied out m the end, either by man's re^ or through the will of the Lord who will. i to repentance. • • • • |a "Shevorim?" evorim" la a combination of three broken nese are said to,sound like a moan or a (is description is said to remind in of the [of the sinful soul for an act of repentance. • • • • • "Ttruahy '" ,1 l is a quick succession of nine short Rosh Hashona liturgy is divided into three themes, which represent the royalty of the Almighty, memorials and His Divine Revelations. This liturgy will, for the first time in perhaps 500 years, be openly heard on Spanish soil. Photographs of the new Barcelona synagogue were presented to Israel's Chief Rabbi I. H. Herzog during the past Hebrew Year 5715. Presentation was made on behalf of David Ventura, president of the Barcelona Jewish community. notes which are said to sound like the wailing of a person in grief. Such may also be the sound of the soul crying for penitence. • • • • What is a "Shevoriro-Teroah?" A "Shevorim-Teruah" is a combination of the sobbing "Shevorim" and the wailing "Teruah" which is used as a combination of the emotions of sobbing and wailing expressed by the troubled soul. • • • • • What is tha reason for these different typos of Shofar notes? The Bible asks us to declare Rosh Hashona as a "Yom Teruah" which is often translated as a "day of blowing." The Talmud isn't sure whether the required sounds should be those of sobbing, which would be' done by the "Shevorim," those of the wailing which would be accomplished by the "Teruah" or both of these together. Thus all three possibilities are exhausted. Indeed, life provides occasions for any of these emotions or a combination and the shofar reminds us of all of them. • • • • Why are these notes each sounded three times at each series? The word "Teruah" (blowing) is mentioned three times in the Bible in connection with the festival of the seventh month. Doing it thrice makes it emphatic. Also, the liturgy of the holiday is split into three themes: Malchiyos, Zichronos and Shofros, which represent the royalty of the Almighty, memorials and His Divine Revelations. A Happy New Year to off our friends Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg [ Rand MRS. HENRY CAIN Son, Fred, and Daughter. Ilone wish all thourolattye* and friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A Happy New Year To All Our Friends and Patrons Service Plumbing Co. 610 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phono JE 8-6379 Te All Omr Pefreas and Acooa'afeaces MIW riAl StfcTMMS CIAWFMD and NAFTAl Sunoco Service 400 S.W. It* STMtT Keao S-iS4f RABBI and MRS. S. M. MACHTEI MR. and MRS. MORTON STITSKY STELLA REGINA. LEO JAY and JERRY HOWARD Extend To All Jewry Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL E. B. LEATHERMAN DADE COUNTY COURT HOUSE • IIIFf N 8 I SUPERIOR GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Open Friday and Saturday 'til 9 p.m. 6355 N.W. 7th AVENUE A male Free Parking PHONE 14-1311 JT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING •TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERBERT A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Fashion Mart Bldg., 221 N.W. 1st Court Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS m CORAL GABLES • MIAMI SHORES NORTH MIAMI BEACH • PERRINE SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Miami Beach, Fla. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR U. S. DREDGING CO. FILLS CANALS CHANNELS 2974 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE J. L. Knowles. Pro*. Phono 644)117 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS J. H. Lobnitx Mill works 2719 COACOOCHEE AVENUE and 3060 S.W. 37th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phono HI 6-0607 •I



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PAGE 16 G >tt**l*• ALCAZAR BARBER SHOP mi Wisfte* All Hi, frkmdt ami fatra.t A MAfPT NEW 11 At A Happy New Year To All Our Friends end Patrons Howard Wright's Garage 5801 N.W. 7th STREET MIAMI Phone MO 1-0886 8 hi Qi Peoples Water and Gas Com IVI It mindful of the invaluable vontribuiion to the growth mi this community that has been provided by its Jewish citizen* and resident*, tan** pleasure in extendiny to all Jewry sineere wishes for A HAPPY NEW L*J W sum MIAMI REACH NOR1M MIAMI HOLLYWOOD FT LAUDERDALE 1955 rv* 5711 (-ORD( M HX-RAI IOM6 tMANUtl CORDON, 7 a A rf 710 SOUTHWEST 12th AVENUE MIAMI 1333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH HA**Y GO*DON ani Jfff GORDON rfce this opporfonity ftj txpr9U ffctjf f ^ wjfJb#J H fl Jtmry ft o Happy and f wp9f99s Htw Y—r reman naia rw? ^KAUBfO TNE SUVfU 07 TNE ;rwN C*M.N/Tr Of GREATER MIAAIf



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PAGE 12 D —: +Jel&fhri(Har)_ ^DAY To all our Friends it is a pleasure to extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR Universal Dixie Construction Co. 'There is no substitute for experience" 8403 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-2745 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR < & II. HOME BIIJI.BII-KS "BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES" 3531 S.W. 12th STREET PHONE HI 8 5775 To My Mai ^ Most H MRS. HELEN BOND Perfect Corse! Shop 1755 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE 9-9837 Maurice E. Kerr TO OUR MANY WINDS A MOST HAPPY NEW YIAR We Soecialite in Bonds and Insurance 308 S.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 2-5174 GREETINGS TO ALL Enterprise Marine Company Authorited Dealers for CtNTURY BOATS CHRIS CRAfT SIA SKIFFS SHtPHtRD SIAMASTIR BOATS SAM GRIFFITH, General Manager 8400 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PELICAN HARBOR Phone 84-5743 ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS TO ALL OlTfl FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS MR. and MRS. HYMAN ZAIDMAN DADE KOSHER MARKET HOlfDAr GREETINGS Gourmet Mart fOODS Of ALL UATIOKS Imported Cheeses, Jams and Preserves Candies, Hors d'oeuvres, Delicacies 8995 BISCAYNE BtVD., MIAMI SHORES PH QNE 84 8279 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc. 1111 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone IE 8-0383 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Iti<-lii< Plumbing Supply. 1114 NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N.W. 27th Ave. Te.ephone 64-4537 Miami. Fla THE LEVIN FAMILY Continued from Pag* 3 D th Hebrew Union College, by offering him a position u lecturer on Jewish ; the rican reader. "A il>ti>i\ <>l Jewish Art." and an i the Bible," were written to keep him buay with I( I,I. %  | '.ill consista f his wife. wno %  care ol the considerable *-tiicial corThen is, nevertbeleaa, hardly a %  in, h I BI i r does not contribute to thai eminent spring of lean Hebrew Union College Annual He e work worthy of a Shercovei the identity of the ac rib ea and illuminator! oi the Cincinnati and Washington lh In "Jewi h Artiata before the Period i • pat ion and Its sequel, "Now studies in Jewish Artistt." be has. proven unfounded thai Jews were Inactive in the fine rts prior to the last centurj it;. Mil ol which be is hi charge, con• ol • i.i. < small galleries: one for alternating exhibitions ol painting! and prints, another for and photographs, nd a third room devoted to ritual objects Since the Museum boasts ol "Mine ten thousand items, including pictures, it i thai only %  small fraction can be shown at one time Bui the beat possible DM hi made of the overflow' man) items are loaned for limited da tn temples and synagogues, centers and schools, and some matcn.il alwayi is on the road in special traveling exhibitions arranged by the MI i Since most items are very valuable and ill "I them are irreplaceable, the curator and his wife spend main hours carefully wrapping up each object to insure them against theft or breakage before the) permit themselves to wave "goodbye to their %  children Visitors might be told at this point that the Torah crown from 19th century Russia is exhibited by Dr. Franz Landsberqer^ curator oi the Jewish Museum at Cincinnati. The crown emphasizes the royalty of the Torah and is sometimes used instead of Rimonun. ** Sun flower shaped silver spiceboil century Poland is one o! the nanl of Jewish art in the Jewish Mug gentle aroma from the spiceba] the pious for the end ol Sabbaft,] museum collect mn can. of course, btj twenty minutes But it is wiser to i hour or two. during which Dr. knows the hiator) of each item, indulged theirl creation of elaborate objects efaj bridal rings (one in this collection hasij model of a house for decoration! off nukkah lamps, some ..\er decorated." Continued on Pije D A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL 'J! DR. and MRS. MANNING J. ROSNICK and Family TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TOBBY RIGGS MOTORS, "THf fHO UmOCKt C0L0M" 501 N.W. 36th STREET Phone PL 7-1678 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR F. L. Frazier & Son, Inc. BUIlDiNO C0H1HACT0RS licensed and Insured 5900 N.W. 3rd AVENUE. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone PL 8-6004 GREETINGS Herbert ilia moud & to. 1340 N.W. 27th Av.. Miami 35. Florida Telephone 64-6031 SEA SHELLS & FLOWER SUPPLIES GREETINGS THE UDELL FAMILY Gulf Stream Quick Frozen Fort] QUICI FREEZING COLD STORA* 26 NX. 27th St. Miami n M w ^""^"*'W^*^e*^**U



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PAGE 14 E *Jewls*rk>rSdiar FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl and Family wish all their friends AND HARRY WISHES HIS CUSTOMERS A Happy and Prosperous New Year %  ill: I AUK FAMILY Extends New Year Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community HAPPY NEW YEAR from HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BUILDING S.E. lit STREET at S.E. 2nd AVENUE 100' Air Conditioned, including Htotin§ Prominent 2nd Floor Corner Available FOR OFFICE SPACE CALL The Keyes Co., REAITORS 82 3592 Holiday Greetings To All CHURCHILL HOTEL AND APTS. INC. 3801 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. JOSEPH NATAIE, Owner-Management SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR MANT IIWISH FRIENDS Serving Greater Miami tor Over 41 Teari AWNING AND TENT CO. INC. • S4S N.W. 22nd STREET PHONE 2 1731 Best Wishes tor a Nappy UnTuZ THE GENERAL HOSPITAL 2600 S.W. 37th AVENUE, CORAl GABLES Phone HI 6 2525 348 Minorca Avenue GREETINGS J. E. SHAW CONTRACTORS Phono> HI 8-7493 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Transport Rental Systems. Inc. 511 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Phone 2-3942, 9-7859 MIAMI. FLORIDA Continued from Pago familiei of! the relief roll! During this period rtitutioni have made more than 2.1.000 loans, for an of $.150 each. Significant is the tad thai "8 percent of tbeae loans have been t 1 paM back. AII "i this work has bean made possible, in the firsi instance b) the generoelty of the American Jewish communit) through whose contribution! to (he United Jewish Appeal the work of JDC is very > financed other Jewish communities in overseas lands, such is Canada. South America and South Africa also contributed to JDC during this period So too have such official agencies as the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, the International Refugee organization and the InterAllied Reparations Agency. The stage has been reached where the Western European Jewish communities now face normal welfare case loadsuch aremain with a community at all timethe aged, the orphaned, the sick and otherwise helpless — in which no real luctioa can foe looked for. What work remains lor JDC m Western Furope is due to the fact that the Jewish communities themselves, weakened by so many yearof Nazism and war. have not yet recovered sufficiently to take over entirely their own welfare problems. The strengthening of these communities to the point where they can once more, la in the past, not only take care of their own but contribute to the health and welfare of Jews elsewhere, is the task to which JDC is now devoting itself Noticeable progress is being made in this direction in a number of countries. Toward this phase of JDC's work the funds of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany have begun to make a very substantial contribution, a contribution whose importance is expected to increase in the years immediately ahead and to pave the way for the re-establishment ol European Jewish communities on a self-supporting basis Barring further .at..-trophies, therefore. Rosh H.-hona B716 presents a picture of continuing progress toward the da] when the Jewish communitiea ol Western Furope can take over the responsibility for meeting their own problems But while in that part ol the world JDC can look back to ten yean of poet-war accomplishment elsewhere a realistic stock-taking of the problems of "" %  ":"' ''I and handicapped in Israel who are •il>< responsibility through its Malben program would -how thai far more must yet be done than had already been done In Moslem countirewhat JDC. baa -lone In Ihe.battle against poverty, disease and tear is only the f.r-t skirmish of a bitter war To the extent that the Jewry of Western Europe can begin to stand on its own feet to that extent can JDC increasingly channel its energies int.. |H cTumneT" f aCt V,, >1 —' W4 the Moslem *J* Partially paralyzed Mrs. Genkl ia reunited with her dcnigEij separation, at Israel's LyS* reunion and1 Mrs. LederUn, the Jewish State were made m* Malben. the JDC welfare proa*. hall of aged, ill and handicap ers to the Holy Land. Continued from Pie* if which we can do regularly, if we try. H for example. It represents acquisitive** selfishness. With money we can buyl people. Like the Shofar in its earlieru, la often linked with strife. But it en] higher use. like the Shofar in the JL during the year we are confronted nu^ whether to use our funds to acquire: item which will enhance our stock of | or whether to use it on behalf of soaei we arc observing Ro-h Hashona all 1 we select the latter objective for m\ our hard-earned resources Similarity tests itaalf ethically each time it hsM between more armaments or more aij privileged country, between aiding i ing dictators. IMPACT OF UN Continued from Pag* 10 E ZTw. a B TV u J ly In ** 8up p rt "•"""here Zu J '" th import,nt P*e !" here, including even the Soviet Union The same Shofar which called ma] now sounds the call for brotlierlHoi i money which summons us to add hi can be used to assist fine institutions 1 Make a sacrifice on behalf of the Appeal in April and you will as surelybi Rosh Hashona in the springtime as jwl' your pew when the High Holy Daysi So, as we begin a new year, we en I the great poet. Donne, and say that I which we hear on Rosh Hashona and 1 before we depart from the synatopei Kippur sounds for you. It rings ost 1 f that you are capable of the loftiest sWr ish conduct if you want to make tat 1 you can love the exercise of virtue in f any other time, as much as you do a I f GUARANTY TITLE 6 ABSTRACT CORP. 50 Want FlacjUe Street BEST WISHES To All My friends and Acquaintances t A Most Happy New Year Lin Fonq Chinese American Restaurant 7321 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE UN 6-5588 outlines ro AH ftORIDA BURLAP AND AGC0.,lnc. %  "fcjaj, ftajp ^ CHt9m Vfcjas, Ch* M m Uilm ^ N.W. Bfth STtffT 'kww M 7634 A VERT HAPPY NEW YEAH SHAW BROS. OIL CO. Exclude* Distributors el Pur* Oil Company Product. In SouthEastern Florida FOLLOW YHE< COITAOH The Cockc Restaurant*! WstftaWlHI OPEN 8:30 A^ito 4 ^ 1 Complote l*# Phoos %W* 1 13501 Biscay* *H Miami 3t> &**



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PAGE 12 B +J(l§t>ncr&k*l ontainebleau HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities • For information call Harry Harlenlst Kosher Catering Department JE 8-8811 44th AND COLLINS AVE. Uotvl Motel and Apartment House Owners NOW CS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE SEASON! ^y Come in ond imoecl our new line* of ^T IU;inkcl> • Tmirls • Spreads We art oho prepared to fill your orders lor • (an II Oil Mirrf s • HV.I Pads • PillmY (JIM'S • I*la slic* tools and other items tor the trade Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 Air Conditioned Ample Parkin? MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LEO ALIEN, f "rector Ph. 2 5437 ond 9-0271 Specioliiing in Care to the Elderly o.id Cfcreakstl* Hi 24-Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Obit: cd Private and Semi-Private Rooms Ben'f drf your fMSfl all over Itt.it County -see everything far I far* ffl TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami 1 i famous Indian Village and loo -..,-r ^J : .mm 44-457I FOR IESIOINT PASS. FREE <£SSkT& MM, ROSEDALE '.COWPim CATtBIN^ErviCI 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET Kosher Style Cooking Prlvote Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking fWAMI % II % % % % %% %% % r % % I EXTENDING OUR SEASON'S COMPLIMENTS TO THE MANY PEOPLE IT HAS BEEN OUR J PLEASURE TO SERVE j | 4 4 4 4 4 :; 4 4 4 4 41 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach \ j 1250 So. Dixie Highway, Car.l Ca.l,, j j 7th St. BiKdVae Shopping PUHoii' Hialeoh Edison Center "j, nJ J J Offctr stores in Hollywood, fort lawderd./e, Dayfaaa .„,.. L 118 E. Flagler St., Miami 200 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables •034 N.E. 2nd Ave., Mttkr iver Choral singinq at the Home, which is part of the recreational and cultural program conducted in a cooperative eta Greater Miami Jewish Comm^l PROBLEMS OF THE ICED AND OUR RE5PBI Continued from Pag* 5 B lencj physical, financial, and emotion%  I Although he may wish to continue working, he u> compelled to retire and to change abruptly from rfe centered existence to one of idleness or dil'i-rn His standards of living must often be scaled downward^ drastically, for he is forced to ii somewhat less than 40 per cent of his prevknis income, that is. if he maintains any income at all" "AJ a result of altered financial and health circumstances." Pr Donahue continues, "he my be required to gi\e up accustomed living arrangements and accept the unenviable position of thirducneratwm status in the home of children, in an institution, or in some other communal situation. Mis opportunities for emotional satisfactions diminish through loss of marital and work relation ship.*, and through the gradual attrition of friends* and relatives of his own age. Added to these burdens are the negative attitudes of the young toward older people and the disparaging regard in which the aging themselves hold of old age." The gravity of the situation, the growing concern locally and nationally, and the increasing priority which the Governors of the 46 states have given to the problem at their annual conferences prompted the New York Times early this year to publish a nriM <>f five lengthy articles. The series summed up the problem in these words: "Modern American society, with emphasis on industrialization and the glorification of youth, has swung so far away from the veneration of age characteristic of ancient culturethat a crucial situation has developed For %  gnat many men and women ol longer life is more punishment than The) pay for it in physcal and mental suffering Their I Incoaet strained to the the financial burden, hearts wrung b) the slow physical and mental crumbling beloved parent or irandprent, also pay boa** m rken and other inayliiliati have bora I discussing the ri-mg proportion of m for the last ten >. II ire M urgeol now thai '" is •!•• >nd professional welt irclei "' ••"' %  Me the problems, tensions and frequent feclm [i ol utter helplesschildren and relatives who are f*j] situations because of the lack of i sources and programs what cam plead, "and where ran we get hefctj must be done or else our families i apart." Population Trends: How large, is tk3 we are discussing? I> it insignif,ejiiH or one which is diminishing in re!j to other age groups with each pasanji From "Florida's Older People." University of Florida, we learn that" 1950. while the population of the Is increasing 98 per cent, the populate increased 424 per cent However, lion's age class of 65 and over was i per cent. Florida's increase for this i population was 1603 per cent.' The 1950 census reveals the


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PAGE 14 F *Jewls* fkrkHan FRIDAY. Season's Greetin§s To All JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIOE REALTOR 9513 Harding Avenue, Surfside Phone UN 6-7646 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Fred B. Hartnett 283S Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL DADE TIRE CO., Inc. 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 3-8445 MIAMI. FLORIDA LUIGI'S RESTAURANT TO ALL GREETINGS FINEST ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD 7419 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH i GREETINGS Hibiscus Baking Company Formerly Gleason's) PIES-CAKES-PASTRIES 1732 S.W. 8th STREET 3-6717 — PHONES 9-5087 ** C A ^ ?' President and General Manager M ILC t -A and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR m ANTfCIPJlTES THE NEW YEAR i/|( %  ~rrv L'Shono Tova Tikosevu United Kosher Market 1553 S.W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270 The Original Kosher Market, Owned by LOUIS E. KATZ Under Supervision oi the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Farmers harvest hay. Israel Bond funds assist in the purchase of modern farm equipment used in the Beisan valley, where agriculture and cattle raising are major industries. Continued from Peg* 12 F den Thil now Negev line will connect mining centers in the south with ports on the Mediterranean. When these sections are completed later this year, the railway route will be extended to Hamachtesh Hagadul, one of the main sources of raw materials in the country. Shipping has increased rapidly as well. Israel's merchant fleet now consists of 31 vessels, with a capacity of 200,000 tons. Progress in this field can best be measured by the fact that seven ago. Ill Ml owned 19 vessel, with a gross captcit) of only 40,000 tons. Israel's economic accomplishments are impressive, but much remains to be done. Israel still has a difficult task to achieve her goal ofreasonable -insufficiency by 1960 This requires, above all else, a continued flow of investment capital. For Israel Bond investment .ire the bedrock upon winch must re-t the further expansion of production in industry agriculture, transport and all othM parts oi the country'i econo my Ai ii observes its eighth High Holy Day season as .i State, Israel finds itself on the threshold of •major economic advances Under the impact ai the Israel Development Bond [sane, fanal con• to demonstrate to, the world its growing Vitality and creativeness and American Jewry continues to den ii faith m fa future. DRUZES IN ISRAEL Continued from Pag* 4 F li.s,' | thorough knowledge of what is required of you by ancient precept, and secure in that knowledge, may you measure up to that requirement." It means, above all things, that >ou should measure up. hot to some idea of -happiness." which is an invention of man for man, but to some standard of knowledge, which is God's duty imposed on jna^Notfor a burden, but for his true glory. wrrrrrm* Urael Bonds help prod crops The famous Jaffa orZJ ed and packed at the PardSfl conveyor belts take the S* railroads for shipment. Continued from Pip ijp erly crippled and otherwise ha !" Israel no longer need to depend MI their existence-they are owners i J stands, newspaper kiosks and generalaX ed by Malben personnel and put sM with a malben loan. In addition to these countries ii JDC funds are being similarly used ai with ICA in Australia and South Ai money is provided to newl>• %  arrive* ( to help them settle in their new hon For Noah and for IMand and NicoJei the beginning of 5716 does not mean, anxiety and fear and uncertainty. Bslj and for thousands like them in n part of the world the New Year opeej of hope and confidence For many yean on the bread of others, and they tern But the bread the) eat this year will id er, the %  weal bread they have ea own hands. "They join with their fellow-Isro*] recreation of an ancient heritage A Mowr Wtw rtmr r 4/1 aj r Mssfh mm4 Fmtrtmt &AVID FENT0N I A l T 0 I Tfcw Uarfcr i. H,mt Solti SM • 4lit ST., MIAMI ItACH *hont JE 1443) To All New Year Greetings SWIFT & COMPANY HefrenMnyly your* Swiff* ire Cremm PHONE HI 8 6555 &f •• The Very Uet Vfinhen for a The Miami Beach HAPPY NEW YEAR



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PAGE 2 F +Jelsiincrkfton FRIDAY. gAocce e&u • Founded in l'>02 • Complete Hanking &. Trust Servicci • Se Habla Lspanol %  u FLAGLER AT FIRST MiMiit iioiui msikvi SVSTIM-UDIIUI DIPOSIT INSURANCI CORPORATION SIAS0N5 CRllTINCS I2lli \v. f oiiimuiiii'v >lark k t WE NEVER CLOSE CORNER 12th AVENUE and 7th STREET, N.W. MIAMI, FIA. Holiday Greetings To All GEORGE P. KARNEGIS Royal Baking Company 601 N.W. 7th Street T Holiday Greetings To Our Many Jewish friends BISCAYNE HARDWARE STORES, Inc. j MIAMI 1161 W. Flagler Street — Phone 2 3080 3704 N.E. Second Avenue — Phone PL 9-S419 3418 Main Highway — Phone HI 6-2544 MIAMI BEACH 1676 Alton Road — Phone IE 1-7358 HOI 104 r tllUINd N.W. 36th STMIT at 7th AVENUE PMONI 65-7551 Compliments of Firestone Allapattah 1790 N.W. 36th STREET Phone 65-4401 Davy Crockett in Israel M SEPTET By D. SCHOCHER Probably nowhere else in the world would Davy Crockett, present day hero of young America, be more at home than in Israel's Negeb. Here is where the Israel cattle ranges are beginning to take shape Settlement! arc placed here not only with regard to agricultural considerations but stra' tegically for the defense of the land. There is danger and hardship, hut there is a satisfaction like thai "I IB art 1st m taking an empty canvas and turning il Into l beautiful picture. Here the canvaa is the breed feet <>f nature itself. Farms and towns spring up where before even a cactus found it difficult to survive. Main 111 Israel prefer the easier living afforded in the large citiea, but it bis been said that one place you will not find a solitary grumbler is the outermost post of the Negeb. the city of Elath. The unique distinction of Elath is that every. ne 1working for the future. This is not meant figurative!) or abstractly More than half of the population arc actually engaged in erecting housing unitfor the settlers who it is taken for granted will hi there MOD Elath'! .insurance of this future Is tied up with the exploitation of the King Solomon copper mines which has now passed through the exploratory and blueprint rtafea The real working of the mines, financed by state of Israel Bonds is beginning. Hundreds of workers will be required and they are expected to live in Elath. At the emergence of the State of Israel. Elath was only an ancient memory, existing in history. It was there that King Solomon, according to tradi lion, received the Queen of Sheba when she came to visit the wisest of all rulers. Had the Queen of Sheba returned to visit Elath immediately on the emergence of the Jewish State, she would not have been impressed. The only structure existing was an adobe military barracks. It was not simply by his proverbs that King Solomon impressed the Queen of Sheba with his great wisdom. No doubt she inspected the nearby copper mines and was impressed by the way King e Sev When Eddie Cantor was in Israel several years ago. he met this picturesque Jew from North Atrica-perhaps much like the Horatio Alger from Elath. Uncle Shraga. who came to town with nothing but his suitcase and wife and who. today, owns several Jarge^business establishments. J 9 l 9f.4 Harvest time Thousand! of hitherto barren soil will, as a result di irrigation systems, soon be growing | and peanuts and even cotton. A | ture is evolving out of ancient themes and modern pioneering etas Jewish farmers cultivate the soil 1 rael. Solomon utilized the winds which ymeini sheets down the mountains of Moab to I flames of the vats of copper. ArrhaeolopaJ that the remains of the ancient smeltui|i show that Solomon harnessing the winds U\ the principles of smelting now in use. Elath has other resources beside the 1 copper mines. It is situated by the Red Sat many exotic fish abound If Davy CrockMl to grapple with alligators, at Elath todajj would enjoy wrestling with sharks. Thereat] at Elath who do thus engage themselves.! skins make'valuable handbags and the iaxtri of these behemoth of the sea are rich a\ vitamins. Avariety of industries are spnngisfl Elath which are capitalizing on the steaaj rocks indigenous to the locality. The rock! are beginning to be worked. One net Elath utilizes the local gypsum to makei ornaments. Still another polishes tic stones of Sinai range which have a beauty) own. A modest hotel is now in process of I for the many foreign experts expected I near future. Everything is still ofcoum* modest scale as yet. The mayor of the l0t*f Hannoch Nenner. runs the municipality hall, which is nothing more than a prefabi But things are coming along. There afl Horatio Alger stories in Elath. Take uW Uncle Shraga. When Israel took over of the first settlers to arrive was Uncle Sh Continued on a# M t Our Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year W6ST FLAGLGR K€NN€L CLUB



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krPTEMBSB_lJL1955_. 7*rr. *Jr**i*finrrfrtoyn PAGE 15 H ii'S JEWISH ORGAKIZATIOMS EXTEND GREETINGS ipitol s ay... THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON, D.C. if OWIGHT D. EISENHOWER President, the United Sttot occasion of the Jewish New Year, 1 ex|ing to all Americans of the Jewish faith. (that your observance will renew in each Lotion to the cause of peace and a de|n to help advance the welfare of your „, in accordance with the ancient spiritCoral teachings of your religion. To I ever) persuasion these teachings are a guide in the search for justice and Lmoni! nations and a better life for men, hd children everywhere in the world. for soul searching and examination of conduct, so as to better prepare for the year ahead. The influence of this observance extends beyond those who directly participate in celebrations and festivities. The knowledge that millons of Hebrews are devoting generously of their time, to a serious survey of the past, and to contemplation of their future, will have far-reaching effect upon all who are aware of the deep significance of this holiday. As you now meet in your Houses of Worship an this eventful High Holiday Rash Hashona may your Prayers be granted for a full year of Peace, Good Health, and Prosperity. By GEORGE SMATHERS \(l*Hti Slates Senator from floridu iFloridians of Jewish faith, I extend sinvishea 141 this important holiday, Rosh [ihich marks the incaming of the He•5716 Hashona is a time for the revivification |gh ideals which the people of Jewish so courageously upheld, down through nes. for the benefit of all mankind. jHashona provides and opportunity for fcase then daily toil, and to take stock of Mies during the past year. It is a time" OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON, D.C. By RICHARD NIXON Vice fresident the United States It is reassuring, in greeting you on the occasion of the New Year 5716, to know that there is 0 continuity of recorded time and civilization going back that far, with all it connotes for the human mind and heart. It has taken strong perseverance and strong religious faith to come this far along the way. May the New Year reinforce in all our hearts the fervent hope for greater understanding, brotherhood and peace throughout the world. • V f V vmtt III^TLIF agers have a joyous time during ization, caters to youngsters who are not jater Miami Jewish Community Center yet teen agers but who can no longer I The need for age levels to express identify with the programs of Center chilInterests as a group is recognized by dren. [enter. The tween agers. a new organ^_______ nh 1,-12 Workmen's Circle of Miami Beaeh ending its best wishes to its members, friends and all FTf— a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year. h n -n TOm TWO^t laaeoh Bimbaum. Se< ——1 Joseph Birnbaum, Secy. The Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation pends Best Wishes to its Members and Friends for a Very Happy New Year MRS. MAX HANDSHU, fresident J '!*" een. Board of Directors and Memoirs: I Mm opportunity to extend to mil ol MISKACHI, ffcelr families %  %  *t H. Mr and trosporous New THT. We oho wish the '• •" mc the ..rid 9 *~ r*. MRS. RACHEl SAKOWITZ, f resident D V" Chapter Misrachi Women FLA. WOMEN'S DIVISION American Jewish Congress Withes Mi ewekn A Happy, Healthy ami Propserovs New rear LOUISE RRANDEIS CHARTER MIAMI CHARTER STEPHEN WISE CHAPnR May the New Umr esher *• Messianic era el imttlto, froodmm, human O0)umlity, BWi world #ee*RANI DAVID SHAPIRO HARRY KARUH, FVesMeat and Hie Officers, Beard, and Mmhrhia ef TEMPLE SINAI THE JEWISH COMRMWHTY CENTER OP MOlirWOOO. HOReDA TEMPLE EMANU-EL extends wishes for A Most Joyous New Year To All The Sisterhood The P.T.A. The Men's Club The Young Adult Group e The Wedding Band and all affiliated Youth Groups .GOOD WISHES ARE EXTENDED BY CANTOR and MRS. PHILIP H. BRUMMER •f TEMPLE EMANU-EL, and their children, RECINA and DAVID, fo the Entire Jewish Community tor a Happy and Prosperous New Tear one' Wall Over the Fast 1326 FIFTEENTH STREET (and Bay Read) MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA New Year Greetings To All Our Friends and Membership from the Commander and Officers of the MIAMI BEACH POST 330 JEWISH WAR VETERANS U.S.A. To Our Many Friends in Dade County We Extend Best Wishes lor the Year to Come GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER of WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT ORGANIZATION FOR REHABILITATION THROUGH TRAINING GREETINGS TO ALL NORMAN BRUCE BROWN AUXILIARY NO. 174 JEWISH WAR VETERANS Now Year Greetings to Our Members, Their Families ond friends MIAMI BEACH LODGE NO. 1591 B'NAI B'RITH MICHAEL SOSSIH, President Te Our Members omd the Grootor Mimmi Jewish Community OUK SINCIM WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER and its SISTERHOOD A HAPPY NEW YEAR On behalf of the President, Officers and Board of Directors Greater Miami Hebrew Fret Lea* Association we extend our sincere good wishes for a nealthy, happy and prosperous 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 THEMSELVES, and do food where it is most needed. With greetings, ISIDORE SCHWARTZ President Our Rabbi and Cantor. The President Officers and Board of Directors CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL THE MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY



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PAGE 16 D t ^iKtnarkUar TO ALL .. GREETINGS TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. James B. Burgin Serving South Dado County and South' Miami 852S SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 7-8831 ELECTRICAL SERVICE Repairs • Alterations %  Additions Nelson Bird Ellis LICENSED CONTRACTOR All Work Guaranteed Residential ond Commercial Wiring 2929 S.W. 57th COURT MIAMI 34, FLORIDA Phone MO 1 5009 SAME LOCATION G. II. MARPLK ELECTRIC CO. APPLIANCES REPAIRS 124 So. Miami Avenue Phone 2-5467 To All Our Friends end Pofraw A Mast Nappy Now Tear T #i v Prom Shops IIS LINCOLN ROAD 263 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL CARLES fa** CORAL WAV CLEANERS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits. Rug? and Drapes. All Work On Premises Phone HI 6-1345 249 CORAL WAY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Bancroft Hotel 1501 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS Tropical ites Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS 120 N.W. 54th STREET MAINTENANCE PHONE PL 8-8711 AHa PpyNewY(,J 0ur fiends aa|| Kuth's Jew J SANS SOUClJ MIAMlBtAQij RUTH: MR. and MRS. HARRY SOLOMON and Sons Murray and Seymour Extend to our friends the Compliments or the Season and Best Wishes lor a Happy ond Prosperous New Yoar 311 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Cables A HAPP1 X'.W OLR FRJJ HDS AA ttingvrs •Jvirvtrrs 2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables Phone HI 8-2327 Kenneth P. Ringer FITZPATRICK PAINTING I DECORATING FITZ -THE PAINT MAN Luminall For All Stucco Hfciihn — Weatharproal An Oil Pte Point — Thino Witti Water YOU TRIED THE REST — NOW USE THE BEST 6005 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA Outude TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NtW YEAR ETHEL ALAN, GERI HENRY S. GREENBAUM AH To A I Fisher Jewelry 1433 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone 2-2468 Milton Fisher Tl TAX MOTORS INC. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS DODGE "Job-Rated" TRUCKS SALES and SERVICE Yacht 1884 N. W.fclj Drtn Phone 654811 PHONE 83-7491 3500 S. W. EIGHTH ST. MIAMI 35. FLA. 'ME OCEANFD SKVSCRAPUi £riDB C*t OcwtfUixl Nfw rut ClffTIKS IbwMlll Bus. Ph. 83 0496 Ret. Ph. 67 5520 GRltTINGS Joe Toth's CORAL WAY GARDEN CENTER "Everything for the lawn and Garden" (Formerly with Hector Supply Co. 1667 CORAL WAY, MIAMI, FLORIDA JOSEPH C. TOTH Horticulturist I Plant Consultant LAWRENCE DRUG 2698 CORAL WAY Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simkin Wish their many friends a Moppy New Tear • GREETINGS f BIANCH1-TH0RHT0N CO. Sound INSURANCE Friendly SERVICE PAN AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 150 S.E. 3rd AVENUE ROOM 417 PHONE 82-4621 LUNDY'S MARKET 1435 Washington Ave. Wish Their Friends and Customers A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR PASSOVER GREETINGS Public Gas Co. 7200 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE PL 8-7621 Miami 2536 N. Federal Highway Phone LOgan 4-1811 Fort Lauderdale 521 Fleming Street Phone 2-7525 Key West CRHTIVCS TO Alt Not 'Just Another" Eating Place Kenny's Resfauranf Air Conditioned Open 24 Hours Phone 24658 200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA FREEMAN'S Since 1925 25 OKEECHOBEE ROAD In Hialoah. Florida. Since 1925 Phones 88-2122 — 88 2461 YOUR ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER • Self-Service Air-Conditioned MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR ,„. M %  *" *?*"'*• $B W ••* •••*•*, Cyotkia "" %  36 ""' PHONE .S-3M1 Holiday Greetings to our Patrons and Friends 22nd off Collins. Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4345 T'S HIH TO SHOP AT "FOR HOLIDAYS OR ANYTIME in Miami ISv I. FLACLER Coral CoW., 300 MIRACLE MM* To ill A Most lit Xeir l>r MOOS FURNI THE BEST THE AGES | 191 N.E. 40th: TO ALL OUR ACQUAINTANCE MOST HAPPY NEfj Mr. andMr.S^J and Famflf j 5833 DtvoMtt* 1 ABBOTT RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL : Wear WiriM Alteration! ** 3400 North #* PHOKE J*



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PAGE 8 H +Jmis*J!*1d*ML .FRIDAY 3o Gil We Say (( Vflost Z( P py Tle W l/ ear • • • w • • • i Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Waldman and Son Mr. Sheldon Waldman \\ ish All Their Relatives m I A HAPPT \T\V TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jostph Waldman and Family All Their Re A HAPP1 \/v. 1 Mrs. Hyman Y. Waldorf and Family v A HAPP1 MEW ").' Mrs. Bertha Wall and Family A HAPP1 NEW "> / • • • V? • • • Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Welkind and Daughters Stephanie, Lorraine and Debbie Wish All Their Relative* .< %  A KAPP1 \'W 1 EAR i The Wall Family I A HAPP") \i.W Mr. and Mrs. Ira Winder and Daughter, B. Sarah A UAVn \ Mr. and Mrs PSilip Warshaw and Children A HAITI \ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman and Family A HAi'in \I\Y TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg and Daughter A HAPP1 \i\\ 1 A'.< Abe and Natalie Weiner and Family Y\ ih A A HAITI \/-:\v ?/ AR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Barbara %  'ii Ri HAPP1 V \\ TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle and Sons Richard, Donald and Dana A I Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle and Daughter, Romelle Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle and Family I A I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Weinstein and Daughters Dona Dee and Deborah Ann I A HAITI Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weintraub and Children Bethany, Pamela and Robrt I A HAPP1 WAV -lhAK Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman and Sons, Mark and Gary A HAPP1 V W >' AR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilchyk Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams and Family I %  Mr. and M:<. Simon Wolf • Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolfman and Sons, Ernest and Stanley Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkow.ky and Family A HAITI \/V. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wueher and Sons, Raymond and Jay .. A HAPP1 \/\V 1 : Y • • • %  • • %  Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaffe and Family \\ ttldi A HAITI V A TEAR Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner and Children Alan Jay and Judith Marcia A Then Kr,jr.: i ,. ltd I • A HAITI \7U TEAR • • • Mi • • • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka FAPP1 VIA 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zatman and Family HAPPI \n\ Mrs. Louis Zeientz and Family A HAITI N Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zeltier I A HAPP1 \/V. Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner Michael Jeffrey and Karen Lynn A A HAITI \/AV "I I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss and Sons, Stuart and Marty Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Zisman and Family %  %  AR —. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman and Family ; %  .' .. I .' %  : A : A A HAITI \TAV TEAR A HAPP1 \ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiss and nily of 1821 S. W. 10th Stre *" d M "L A German All Tlinr ReLf.xes ami F A HAITY \/:\V •>/ AR W uh All Tlmr RrL: ,o and I % % %  lnd F,mil WAPP1 \, A YEAR Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year Shown viewing the ADL "Dolls for Democracy" display currently on exhibit ct the Miami Public Library are (left) Mrs. Molly Glazer, District ADL women's chairman; Naida Ninette Katz, pupil at Auburndale school; (right) Joan Liberty Balkin, pupil at Nautilus Junior High Scl Grace Rayfuse, director of the cl room. Miami Public Library Theu, was arranged by Miss Rayfuse'aadl Priscilla I. Rosenfeld. education din the Anti-Defamation League. MTITI-mill LEAGUE ME1T Continued from Page 2 H %  ) % %  lerioai blight •>! resort cii-.crimination existing, in MOM area, of the -l..te. The ADL (n FJor ida bsa been gratified bj the enactment by the 1985 session i iorida Legialstare of a state.Hi prohibiting discriminatory adverti-in? on the basil "i rell [ion Thia significant measure, which was ••: •,,) i, v the A [)i, an ,j I', ii.ii B'rith m Florida llUSbla means ot aid inj m the elimination of ; %  tort diM-nmination. was I into law i>\ III'. i ,rov Collins The turvey of Resort Discrimination in Florida i b) the ADL and published in 1954 re m in the form "t rach discrimination existing in the state It ianticipated that eontinuin;: counteractive m and ei ti ins! efforta will be required for tome tin e in oi ler to eliminate this I i ioiU harrier t. .„ QOT state. ~ been reo teed la the riorida v '' 1 Office • > merit discrimination m the Greater Miami community. Counteractive and educsUooal Itepa have been taken to correct Mich evidence ..i dl crimination. It is anticipated that a pmuram of education, (ou:Ueraction and community action will be implemented by the ADL office in Florida with respect to the problem of employment discrimination in the year ahead. Similar BCthrit} || contemplated to be directed toward the elimination of housing and real estate discrimination as well a other over! a of discrimination and bigotry in Greater] in the State. 3 One of the most persirtent and problems that ha* confronted tr> ADL all is Religious Education and Sectariar.i>n a tag lie Schools, it ianticipated that r nil tention will be given to the many pn 1 1 *^ area of concern durin : the coming year. 4 It is believed tha* p^'-ramrrinc wirbl to education in ba~ic American cn-VirtiaBli and civil liberte is i -u'll.i an important bulwark in the prce strengthening of our American I ADL in Florida accordingly conter. gramminn in the field of tin serving eonstituti %  uidchilBl the exposure of J mued dunn the ( uning year. 5 Educational programminf, andeaj derstanding with respect ;•' the h mentation of the IS Supreme Court:T daring racial aegl '" toe publitt constitutional will be a highly imprtat^ human relations activitj during the and for some time to come The All hafor some time participated in MBU ininii and it is anticipated that it • ; >" tl so. It is of primary importance that %  Continued on Paoe 10 H Sr. anit ilfe. benjamin IV liostuhn^ ilMirrt mtb ]hx\l RABBI LEO HEIM Spiritual teedtr of the Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center ^isfiei to Isftasj Hit Ben wishes !• HM Cafltaavei, Hebrew Teeefceri, ./.Mm, MsssJi and Membert of Nit Conoreoofion for a Ho.py, H.eJfhy ..W froiperowi Mew Xter RABBI and MRS. H. LOUIS ROTTMAN EXTEND HEARTFELT NEW YEAR GREETINGS to the BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE and Greater Miami RABBI ARIEBECBH, Extends Best WihH HAPPY NEW W to the Members cad' oi the Beth Raphael Ccn-n and to its affiWfl ^rqanaaliccs anflH Greater M-or.i ^ Corair.us:iy Mr*. Kate Meidenbvrg —4 N .// th, Mtmker, of TfMPU ISMAIL RABBI and MRS. YAAKOV ROSENBERG and Children wish Bth David Synagogue and its affiliate groups A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. TIBOR STERN AND FAMILY Beth Jacob Congregation and its affiliate groups A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI LOUIS CASSH SptftualUtfH Tor k TwafM Extends Best V* A HAPPY AW>* NEWYEtf



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L grPTEMBE K 16, 1955 -JtnlsfiricrM&n hat of the Next Century? PAGE 9 C By BARNETT R. BRICKNE* i ^centenary celebration which has ocL, attention of the American Jewish com l'Lughoul .he past year is now over It iinil thai we should turn our thoughts Lure and peculate on what lies ahead for [" h comn.un.ty in the next, the fourth cenfn we jews came to these shores in 1654, I ,.,.,,, stuyvesant that we would alTTcwe of our own poor. We have not only L, promise in the United States but alt over jid In fact, philanthropy has been our Lcem. It has cost over three hundred ^1,.,, to take care of the vast Jew. or(i national and overseas rehdp with the e-ta!)li>hment of the Jewish f Israel: t<> defend ourselves against antiour religious needs. In the tars iinhas mounted to .over one dollar-, exclusive of money which Jews ntributeil l" the general Community Chests en estimated that the average Jew gives jx limeamuch to charity as the average r. This generosity does not mean that Jews tt than other people, but that tradition ditioned them with a stronger sense of soonsibilitj and a keener emotional response n needAnd certainly these needs have dd-shakinn in the last two decades. that the needs of Jewish life are changing thropy need not play so important a role. -asonare main First, immigration, the single factor in our philanthropic program. ually cea-cd Jews now established here come self-supporting. Secondly, the govt. with its vast program of social security he cradle to the grave," is easing the burprivate philanthropy. In the third place. has become virtually judenrein; Hitler war took eare of that. There remains only ind the tragic plight of the eight hundred d Jews in North Africa, many of whom will l!y be resettled in Israel. te the present tensions, I believe the ior!d will come to appreciate that the Jews ice-loving, not belligerent and that they are to stay, .1guaranteed under the UN : that the) do not mean to expand their frontiers nor will they permit their conthat they are a tremendous asset for ey and economic improvement; that Jews bs are of the same race; that Israel does t to be an island in an Arab sea, but inteinto the Near F.ast; in other words, that nd Jews need each other. This most Arab know, hut lor reasons of "saving face" are prepared to acknowledge. Ultimately, then, durable peace is inevitable. still an infant state, will need our nursmany years to come. It is remarkable how i> already been accomplished with so little. ike it has ever been achieved in history. it I-rael idestined to grow into a coromutwo to three million self-sustaining Jews, ^11 make their contribution to Jewish life mankind. hundred years from now, I believe, there two great Jewish centers in the world— and Israel; America, predominantly a recenter, and Israel, a sovereign nation with W destiny which God alone has in store • to be a light unto the nations—an "or of world war and Arab-Israeli war. both % I do not believe will come to pass, Amer Tradition has conditioned the Jew to a strong sense of social responsibility and a keen emotional response to human need. Oved Ami (left). Mayor of Nathanya, Israel, looks on as Joe Weinstein, chairman of Mays Department Stores, signs new agreement establishing the Joe Weinstein Fund in Israel. It has been estimated that the average Jew gives about six times as much to philanthropy as his average neighbor. ican Jewry will become more homogeneous. It will have the opportunity to look inward, to appraise itself, and to realize that its future will be that of a religious community. I say religious, and not theological, advisedly, for traditionally Judaism has always encompassed the whole of life. The vast number of synagogues, temples, schools and community centers being erected today are an indication of this trend. In the framework of religion, the Jew can express what is highest and finest in his being and make his greatest spiritual contribution to America. This Jewish return to religion comes at a time when there is a resurgence of faith among all free popple, and I believe that Jews will be in the vanguard of those leading humanity back to God. God started a new experiment on this continent, and the Jews fitted His pattern. St. John Crevecoeur, living in George Washington's time wrote prophetically in his Letters to an American Farmer: "Here individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of men." And here I foresee out of the Jewish melting pot a new American Jew arising. In his veins runs the blood of all the Jews who settled here—Spanish and English and German and Dutch and Russian and Polish. His children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren will have none of the ghetto characteristics of their forefathers. They will be tall and broadshouldered, even blond, keen of mind, and what is more important, emotionally secure. They will not be afraid or ashamed of being Jews, for they will be deeply rooted in America. This is the land for which their fathers died. And these new American Jews will have a hunger to know more about their religion and to transmit it to their children. I look for American Jewry to develop a Golden Age of learning and religious culture that should outstrip even that of Babylon and Spain. No soil has ever been so favorable as America for this purpose. Here we have a tradition of sympaContinued on Pag* 11 C )R. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN id daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta 2335 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach Extend Best Wish** for the New Year to their Friends and Relatives BF i T -} VISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN BROTHERS MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS 55 N. E. 24th Street %  • W„ LEON and MORRIS KAPW NEW YEAR TO ALL f FRI ENDS AND PATRONS BUTTERFLAKE BAKERY 1349 WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone JE 1-7117 SEASONS GXtlTINGS *J(to& own tyflF h**ty&* 135 Miracle Mil* CORAL GA8LES, FLORIDA Pliant 13-4201 Greetings to All Our Patrons and Friends Kolbor Bros. 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PAGE 14 C yk^lsiincrkHan FRIDAY, Sl?^ Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DELTA Jil. TICKET OFFICE 300 N.E. 1st ST. Phono 9-8476 •tmWtf TO All OUR fKltNDS AND ACQUAINTANCE JOE STALLONE Florida Seafoods, Inc. SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST "for Better Health tat Mtr* Staiaai 12S N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE 2 0608 HOLIDAY GREETINGS llousrr Company. Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans & Investments Houser Realty Co.. Ine. Real Estate — Property Management First National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648 Furnishers & Installers Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Til* Rubber Tile "EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED'* Phone for Free Estimate* 4256 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 9-2288 ('. REETINGS Investors Diversified Servi<*r Englishmen or for other nationals from the Continent; but they were stranger-, anyway, absorbed in their own conversation ed on m undertones, eaail) drowned by the rumbling of the movinj train. But there wai no eoft-pedaHni for Mr Baron* I pecillly when he had something to protest nd b) antitheses lomething to extoU. As the service In the train vaa rather slow and the "•'i t I "I til Indifferent quality our friend went on m the usual -tram invoking the splendid comforts, the dining and lounging accommodations Offered to the traveller by the railroads in the United Stab Mr Barondess was, of course, all the time talking to Dr Syrkin, a most patient listener, and therefore an excellent audience in himself, but the world; Israel lanamlll %  ratcRed wit* with kin speaker did no.showed a in, rest ig jj] b uta slhe ceeded a ( „' in 8 words changed wit, | Th ^ B OKI in the ondess said" orators relish of ., nis resonait rising m g, whether he to three three tk "one land men are re* and happy, wnere there is friendship MB fair play and justice, justice for all, „ poor, and a chance to%ork, to advance to I and live in peace. And that's the grand j ous U.S.A.—God's own country. As to comfort, the enjoyment of perfect sertwii ease, accommodations and pleasures funusJl our inventive genius and mechanical achii —there is no land like it in the whole ui "Isn't that right, doctor?" "Certainly, certainly," returned Dr. somewhat abashed by this vehement before utter strangers. When, however, towards the end of tat i the elder of the two strangers lighted a eg Mr. Barondess, with quick, impulsive duced a cigar exclaiming enthusiastically, \ let me give you something to smoke—an, cigar!" With gracious bow. hut consistent! of wonds, was the offer accepted. Pleasantries over and accounts with the i having been settled, the diners moved oat dj car and proceeded to their respective compartments. The older gentleman walked ahead. Mr dess behind him still enlarging upon the i of America. Next came the tall young maj last. Dr. Syrkin. As the line moved fonrtrij modest philosopher mustered sufficient to inquire who his companion was. 'That gentlemen" said the young mini INewton D Baker "The Secretary of War" asked Dr Syiiaj credibly. "The same," said the young man smilindjj with apparent enjoyment of the surprise k| duced. For some little while alter that Dr Syi in his compartment without saying a wottl terious smile hoverinu ovei his feature-. Ihj suddenly turned to Barondess sitting op and asked: Do you know who the is to whom you were lecturing on America? Barondess was all curiosity When tbej was divulged, he looked incredible and I utterly unable to realize that such a thufi happen. Then he recalled the resemblance*] man to the printed pictures of the famous r Mayor of Cleveland and later President Secretary of War. He burst out laughing, loud nd lonfBarondess could laugh TO Ml GRIf TINGS Aviation DelfcVateNtten 1*21 S.W. 27 th AVMUf MIAMI, FlOtlOA •heat Nl Ml 27 CKfriNCl rh.ne •.|i3| H. 0enhtimtr OPPIY'S AUTO REPAIRS GENIRAI REPAIRS AH .k„ •! Cflrt ite s.w. t,t STRUT BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. ELI HURWITZ MARTIN and MARILYN T. All le.r Wishes ft MAW *W Nfl Abbey-Starr Photogrop hers 2735 CORAl WAT, MIAMI ptMMl" GRABLE'S BAKERIES It STWIS IN taunt Ml** H W% Grables it's tot. *Am at* rut TO AU "•III" STiPnlNSON 1114} Nl. Ifia AVfMM. NttTM



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rMBER 16. 19 55 Jenlst) fkriafSar? PAGE 13 E HIS OF THE JEWISH YEAR iinoed from Pag HE I. .. h( vdull Education ComK exb ibitcd 50 of his paantuw ;>l 1 ,, presentation of a Hcftrdv •ers ol the Hebrew Youth Hatarbut continued throughWith lectures in Hebrew ami in I ,, interest to all Wanda of He | Th ,, k ,taluation of Hebrew fti la i, v K, r n Hatarbut, is contributing L en( 0 | the cultural life of the | nj!> „| da. Among the many Cored bj Keren Hatarbut in the j l h ,, ||, 1 campa Uasaad, Hebrew I irships and meda!iii 1 ,k eluba, el.. %  ns in various n< wsj for the study ot HaLd Torahs ol Montreal enjoyed the 700 pupils—of its entire hisI witnessed the acquisition by Lghs ol the Spanish and Portuguese hetive this month, the Shaare Zedek recently agreed to'add a tenth iresent ller/liah Junior High School lorah, and next year to continue eventh tirade to junior matriculation mt event in the literary and musical was the celebration of the sixtieth ael Rabinovitch. editor of the Jewish one of Canada's leading musi| Rabinovitch was honored at three lions, held during the month of Deunder the auspices of the Jewish ciation. the Farband-Labor Zionist the Jewish Public Library. (haim N. Denburg published the |of a proposed translation of the enAruch. the Code of Hebrew Law. pn is a literal rendering of the orignmentan aims to indicate the source in rabbinic literature, each law is |ted and interpreted in accordance authorities The first volume, cornIn339 to 103 of the Yoreh Deah. the I of the Shulchan Aruch, treats with Bournii Fiddish manuscript written in 1822, letter b> the Odessa Jewish satirist her Seforim was discovered in the Uves the Jewish Public Library Organization of Canada, by far the Zionist women'a groups in the counId one ol itmajor projects in Israel dication of Canada Hall" in the Hesity. While Mrs. D. P. Gotlieb, naent. was cutting the tape to the front tpresentative group of Canadian Jews Ifoyse Hall of McGill University to |al Dr I Cyril James deliver an apdre-on to thi< new project, Hadassah conptivities on behalf of Youth Aliyah, othing for the refugee children, funds ivid Adorn, and a new drive to rescue km ol Morocco and Tunis. Construc| in full -wmy for the Hydrotherapy lio victimin Israel. |ional Council of Jewish Women of it> 18th biennial convention in Monday and discussed additional aid to El Al Israel Airlines hostess Joyce Perlman totes an ample supply of raisin bread to feed the Canadian bear at Idlewild airport just before he and his two mates were placed aboard a plane bound lor Tel Aviv. Three bears and two beavers were a gilt during 5715 from the Toronto Zoo to the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo. Israel domestic housing and immigration problems, and other aspects of international, national and community affairs. The Jewish General Hospital dedicated a new wing for 170 beds, with facilities for teaching, research and treatment. Erected at a cost of $5,500,000, the Provincial Government donated $300,000. The hospital now has 400 beds, X-ray and out patient department, research facilities and experimental labs. The New Mount Sinai Hospital of Toronto was completed at a total cost of $7,000,000. Ben Sadowski, O.B.E., was recently presented with an oil painting of himself in recognition of outstanding leadership in raising over $5,000,000 of the sum required for the new structure. In the religious life of the community, the new program of the Synagogue Council of Montreal augurs well for the New Year. Sponsored by the Canadian Jewish Congress, and with the blessings of the Board of Jewish Ministers, the Council, under the presidency of Samuel Paperman, plans to coordinate synagogue forces within the community. It also hopes to make the Jewish community aware of the duty and.privilege of synagogue affiliation as well as to establish uniform high standards for religious ceremonies in the synagogue. The Board of Jewish Ministers has completed arrangements with Montreal radio stations for a series of radio broadcasts in conjunction with the various festivals. These broadcasts will take place Continued on Page IS E Mr New fear To % friends h K ennet t E CHIEF Had Beach Florida I" f I r 1 N c $ f W All |T$ MUNCHES N-i 7tfc AVENUt SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JBW1SH FRIENDS J. FRANK McCRACKEN Chsrk ef-Criminal Court G K t [ T I N G S PETE'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE SlMipUf Factary Mathed Smwll ImwU* tffaotrs taefafs 13*1 N.W. Tflft) STREET nm n Mtil Nte THH, A MOST HAPPY NiW YtAK All Our frienit and Patrons JAMES DRUG SHOP 30 S.E. 2nd AVEW0E fhim %-tm SIASOH'S 6KHTIN6flo'ALL^iuKlRilNDS AND PATRONS MR. and MRS. MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN and Family REALTOR 528 Lincoln Road Phone JE 8-0569 TO ALL GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES, INC. PHONE HI 6-0831 514 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. ELLIOTT C. COHEN and Family 580 W. 49th St., Miami Baach GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EAItL V. WILSOX f'OMPAXV Merchandise Brokers Miami Jacksonville Tampa A Hum *•* rr u To All Our Friends and Patrons FOX BRAKE SERVICE MM at. 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lY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 knist IkriJur PAGE 3 E jvil Rights and Man's Hope By DR. NAHUM GOLDMANN of the main aims and values of the United W l„. n it was established, was to serve as a utrumenl to v \sv expres sion to the urges, the demands, t h e complaints, of discriminated groups, and to convince them that a serious effort would be made by the United Nations to improve their situation, to hear their complaints, and to satisfy their just demands, in an orderly constructive process. This solemn obligation has 1. Hahvm Goldmann not been fulfill... "a better world" ed. er a decade <>f consistent and unremitting of great hopes, but of bittefdisappoint(BO International Bill of Human Rights has jito existence. There is not even a right or unity for discriminated groups or individuals their complaints for hearing and examibefore an authorized organ of the United lie of the (Ireat Powers shows any inclinamllingness or readiness to fulfill their obligations "to take joint and separate to promote universal respect and observhuman rights and freedoms." dtuation is worse today, in many respects, was in the days of the League of Nations dir! establish the right of petition. At the of Nations there were notable cases in the World Jewish Congress was concerned, -uch petitions brought about important and be results Today, this is impossible. pere do we now stand? What does the situIdemand'.' experience 01 the Jewish people, perhaps iM grievously afflicted victims of racial and pus prejudice, leads us to the conviction Ihe battle against discrimination and prejufeannot be won in the field of generalized ganda alone or in an appeal only to good |and good will. believe that action to eradicate discrimina|an be effective only in the field of the law, native measures on the international and ^al plane To argue that adoption by law of moral norm must await prior acceptance by Illy the whole population of a country means kstponement indefinitely. Nothing educates ich as law and its operation will create such lance, ordingly, we propose: That we address a solemn and earnest api the Powers to revise their policy on human within the United Nations. The time has P"ng the ynr 5715 Just past, M international KI*I. representing teni of millions of people sughout the world, met at Geneva under the t'cet of the United Nationa Conference of Nen•rnmental Organizations to consider ways Of •in.ting prejudice and discrimination. This un%  meeting had deep significance for the Jewish "•• %  ,ct no by Or. Nahum Goldmann. presi" J' w<>rl WJC delegation, in a major address to the erence. Portions of his addrsee are reprinted come for a new approach designed to create legally binding instruments, to promote respect for human rights and to secure their obnrvanee; (2) That it is iufispensstfltf that the right of recognized non-governmental bodies U> make representations to the UN on poliets* and acts y| discnminat.on and to secure public examination of such grievances, should be established and accepted by the State Members of the UN; and (3) That we urge governments to adopt legislation prohibiting and penalizing discrimination in their countries. Such legislation would not only protect victims of discrimination and prejudice, but would create new standards of behavior and exercise a powerful educational influence in their elimination. We should not rely exclusively or primarily on an appeal to governments \\\. should not underestimate our own strength. We sit here representing many millions of people. Never in history was public opinion, if properly guided and directed, as powerful as it is today. Governments will be the last to follow. Politicians rarely create new orders. What they do is to crystallize, organize and legalize them. I speak here as a Jew representing a people whose history is perhaps the most dramatic and tragic expression of racial and religious discrimination and persecution, especially during the Nazi period. We have lived for centuries, discriminated against and persecuted all over the world, as small minorities. We have survived because we never gave up hope or refused to yield to brute strength and governmental power. We continued to protest and to proclaim our rights to equality and freedom. This history of our people gives us the moral right to tell you that more important even than pressures on governments, more potent than critiContinued on Pag* 12 E ^B BW BBB* mj %  w -i^e^MrJp Zw-y,-. ijH •TC \J ST sH IV x" TatW^M mf^ BM. *^km m\ x^.^ %  asaC 1 Mrs. Maria Jacobi greets her son in New York City after telling a hair-raising story to United HIAS officials oi suffering at the hands of Communist captors. Red secret police kidnapped her in East Berlin in 1947, accusing Mrs. Jacobi of being a U.S. spy. As Dr. Neumann says: "After a decade of effort but of bitter disappomtments, no International Bill of Human Rights has come into existence." "•* To AM ft* The Mew Yeor AUTO GLASS WCIAUSTS WC WANE 8-2982 "32 6th sum MIAMI IEACN fATTERSON BROTHERS B AG & CRATE CO. I 329 N.W. 21„ Terrace ^SH ALL THEIR *DS AND PATRONS m !" NEW YEAR A Hsppr New Year To All Our Friends sad Pstroas West Flakier Garage 1930 WEST FLAGLER ST. MIAMI • Phone 2-2121 Jim Hounshell. Prop. 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L ^.pt ember 16. 1 imi Woman Named Chairman Po ,cr Glazer, of Coral Ga• lr~Uf n*rirH*%r, PAGE 5 R t, been appointed chairman p,.initiation League many years in Anti-Defamation League and B'nai B'rith programming in the Greater Miami ;. I i; n.n B'rith Women's She aided in the organization of n ;ii;iiiuincnl (Jte finder Muim API. C• %  .; ..inn-!,. Lstrict prc*lenl •••...,, *u, t-t..t, ; AiJL bee* active-lor ohekmen ol the Florida >l ite eration of B'nai B'rith Women's ; Chapters. I Mrs. Glazer is manager of Whilehall Fabrics. Coral Gtblei, and is married and has three children \District ADL chairman. Mrs. Glazer will coordinate Anti-Defamation League project! and paq, ming ftmong the Unai B'riUb Won/.'ii ( h.iplc: cuiip: |., ;i i the District. Lowe Gallery Welcomes New Art Instructor Lowe Gallery, University of Mi iami, will welcome a new. art in slructor, Sue Roberts, when the .children's program f?trurderway Oct. 1. Hrs, Roberts, a graduate uf .Florida State College for Women. teaches art to the elementary grades at Central Beach and South Beach schools. She is a member of the Florida Art Teachers Association and the Dade County Art Teachers Association. The gallery expects to register over 300 youngsters in the program this winter, open to members' children, front five lo 15. the J'ir*t ait avt underway. £ah::. Oct. 1. CANTORS CHOOSE AZING NEW COFFEE !" s*?, CHOIC* /WAXWfll. HOUSl, %  >*r 3 TO M I i i i M ot U9 CM*** INSTANL **£&* OH*.' .TZ** n Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! Utterly unlike old-style "instants"... just as quick but tastes so difftrentl In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House process— leaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! %  00% pure coffee ... no fillers addedl You just add hot water ... and the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never oo back to old ways! Save* you money, tool When ypu use the large economy-size jar of Instant Maxwell House, you save up to 75y—compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pure coffee enjoyment on the Sabooth-*-and every day! Next Sabbath and every Sabbath—today and every day—enjoy all the wealth of deliciousnees, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming lavorite in Jewish homes! >% pure coffee...the only instant coffee with that GOOP-TO-THE-LAST-PROP flavor!



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PAGE 4 F • %  %  = +Jentfl*rklian FRIDAY, IN MEMORY OF MY DEARLY BELOVED WIFE TOBY LEAH LAZARUS SOL LAZARUS A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All Our friends and Patrons AUNT FANNY'S BAKERY Specializing in: Highest Quality Home Made Cakes and Danish Pastries 210 N.E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 2 3579 NEW VOIIK DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT BEST WISHfS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR C^Ctemam wo s'w V^Tt/T. MIAMI. Fl OR IDA Make Your Home at the LENOX MANOR HOTEL Delicious Food Prepared Under Personal Supervision of Mrs. Jean Ron Individual Attention to Special diets Dietary Laws Observed • lovely Spacious Grounds with Patio • Air Conditioned Dining Room • Air Conditioned Rooms if Desired • Television lor Your Entertainment SPECIAL LOW RATES 827 LENOX AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH %  PHONE JE 1 3531 HAPPY NEW YEAR from THE SEYBOLD BUILDING 36 N.E. 1st STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Air Conditioned Offices Now Available Asphalt Tile Floors Flourescent Fixtures tall THE KEYES COMPANY REALTORS 83-3592 or 2-7922 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 1229 N.W. 21s, Street Phone 3 6491 Capt. E.V. Rickenback Chairman of the Board of er Eastern Air Li nes joins with the entire EAL Family in wishing our good friends a Very Happy New Year The Druzes-Their Contrib By ED REINER The cai | plea ol Israel includes ,„, ; i jroup than ih e Druzes. M any id the iMip.MrA^MMHBL < urjjfcs, Isstfijra, have % %  Bunked 00 lh>ii cult are, (fir i "f thenintegration intn th. neTr^*Talc. an>! '' "inigly peculiarity of utioi. then-!' rhe Druzes speak Arabic, consider themselves to be ol pun v I nl bul keep away tram the Arabs wherever possible The) have fought nsi the Arabs with their Jewish fellow citizens MI oi IMS the] often i to the %  % % %  i Israel In Bopi thai \i ar tin y were formed into %  new in the i-iael D f( nse Arm) till another Jmportanl difference. area ol the world where religion baa been the great dividing line irs Thej are nof Mohammedans. Their ion, in fsct, presents one ol the most curious ects ol our knowledge -or rather, lack of it— about tin Druzes And th.it i> the fact that their i tc achings are kept in greatest secrecy— even from most Druses Only those among them admitted to an inner circle of Aqqal (Knowers) arc Initiated Into the secrets of the religion. The others, known as the Juhhal (Ignorants), remain without knowledge as regards their own faith. This striking U r aTiout their religion seems most poignant to < %  •• at this time of our year—this season ol Roan Paahona, How very different is our view of ourselves and our responsibilities. For this is the sea-on of our great personal inventory, when there dire not be among us any Ignorants. We have never been a people divided into inner and outer lrcles in matters of conscience, learning and piety And it seems to us that at no time of the year, ne holy day or ritual proves it better than the prnod that we now enter. The great gate of Rosh Haahona swings open to lead us down the th of the Ten Day's of Repentance. There is tin-, too, to be said. Despite the great Dal responsibilit) involved in the searching of self that this hoi) season confers upon ua, there is no possibility for us to be puffed up in pride at the great individuality inherent in these thoughts responsibility is too great for such thoughts Neither the Da) of Remembrance nor the Dai ol Judgment permits ,,( M ich interpretations Nor is n, paradoxically, a time for divorce from the great collecttva that is the Jewish Btopte, pan 'The Druzea speak Arabic. tHO*T n l Moha mmedans. Their reliq en. m fact, presents one of the most curious aspects of our knowledge." fought against the'Arabs^wSh ^M fellow citizens and as early as kl ^ of 1948 they offered the./se vtes^ new State of Israel." and present. The emphasis on the persarfJ ming-up is no invitation for every man ,1Jf hand against his neighbor o n the cantonJf exactly in that realm of trespass ^ adjured to be most meticulous i, ls ln .J' gory of sins, the sins that we commit all too 2 against our fellow men. that we must searrh, deeply. Yet in this Holy Day. we are almost eg J from the customs of the peoples of the world, are the Druzes. The very fact that it is a Ho ^ and not a holiday, is proof of that We eel**] only our wise and holy men on these days r J mere fact that there has been a change in thceik* dar. It is not a time for backslapping. though (Ul a time for best wishes. It is not a time for note behavior, but rather for sobriety. Above all. it would seem that no time of J year bears better witness to our status as a peak of learning than this Rosh Hashona. This is |J time for us to know ourselvi to be true toot best selves. And this we cannot do without tat standard against which we can measure ourseha that has been laid own over the centuries. No one of us can be so prc-umptuous asks imagine that he could give himself a "clean %  of health." simply on the grounds that some ad ternal process made him "feel okay Judainj requires less anarchic ground.for Mich ju What is required is a baawledge of the s_ a kind of spiritual Bureau uf Wrights tod Lj sures. Nobody puts his thumb on these scajeii Boatl Hashona is the time for the toting asSj our accounts. And because we are all prousdi to be "Knowers" the accounting system is sfl changed from one year to the next. And em I we change in all other thing*, if the "natimfl shoulder has replaced the padded one. tnat marl nothin;;. The shape of the soul, the knowtasjq of what is required of us in our duty to Coil man. resist.* all dictates of fashion The con ment to Jove the Lord, our God, with all our I will not be more or less imperative for any I of geography or citizenship, nor any of the •*! ol man. Because of this grand difference in our syOSJ of belief, then, we can say with pride, not' New Year" but "may you be inscribed for a I year." Which really means, of course, "May yasl Continued on Pge Uf MEW YEAR GFtEETINGS TO ALL —MR. and MRS. MARK SIOTKIN tf the MKW YORK MEAT MARKET •K 7 -41 it STIEET, MIAMI BUCK 'HONE JE 14171 Holiday 1'1'VVlilltlS INSURANCE ,37 N.E. 1st Ai Miami Holiday Ureetinu* ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. "" %  • "I HsHMMIH r — 4U, finanC,n9 l0 <•*-* fhose who hove used our W*d **



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PAGE 2G jfvtlsHkrMtari TODAY, BARNET BRODIE INC. Extends Best Wishes To All For A Happy New Year SALAMI FRANKFURTERS KNOCKWURST Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasberg WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service 24 Hour Service Memorial Chapels 1850 ALTON ROAD JE 1-5844 Only Jewish Chapel in North tnd 1250 NORMANDY DRIVE (71st Street) UN 6-7311 W. WILSON, ftMNNl Dhnfr IN PHILADELPHIA 1$12 NOiTH ^ World Personalities WhoTS Themselves to Israels H^ w B p^ ^i m %  %  -m & IMI %  A ^k i m 1 IB Henry Morgenthou. Jr.. former U.S. Secretary oltWl and former general chairman of the United lewtti shown here as he received an award for his greet < to the development of the State of Israel Charles Sawyer (right), former U.S. Secretary of I and prominent attorney and businessman in Cindl chases a State of Israel Bond from Charles M. man of the Cincinnati Israel Development Bond Purchasers of Israel Bonds provide for the dew* new industries, the expansion of agricultural picaa^ construction of roads, harbors and railways and thM and exploitation of natural resources in the Jewish. *^— IP %  "**•. The U.S. motion picture industry, its artists and have done much for the development of the ^ Shown is Spyros P. Skouras, when he was 9 1 V \r CitV ? year at an annual dinner in New YorK ^ i American Fund for Israel Institutions. DinnerC | H. Fabian. Stanley Warner and Fabian Th Skouras with two silver goblets made by •alem Bezalel School



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1 • Lp^uura 16. 1955 Institutions Quicken the State's lopment Toward Self-Sufficiency ction concluded on the new B'ncti B'rith Children's J Israel. Located in the Judean hills in the town oi Bait %  near Jerusalem, the Home houses more than 100 ally disturbed children under the supervision of psyi and psychologists. Of' %  • > > II Farm in the Beisan Valley is the first cotton growing —^Jion in Israel. It yielded a world record-breaking har%  2,640 pounds of cotton to each acre. — ^ ——-. mmtammm %  ,-.. in th T' l8rael 8 Minis,er of EducaUon and fllture. % nofth jHI ,ed S,ate8 by Ioseph M Mazer a880ciate EL jT J**" 0 i the American Friends of the Hebrew %  at Heb emeritus professor of modern Jewish m the reW Univer8i, ydiscussed with American Jewish t v er 8 itv P0M M li,y f re P lacma *• blockaded plant of freniaai^ Sco P u wi a new site in a Jewish sec! PAGE 15 G T W nmi HIISIIK N || O r >rectmas Ifrrnu (the &rU Corn Country Dubuque Packing Company Dubuque, Iowa Packers of KOSHER BEEF, VEAL ami LAMB aj Wishes You a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR Representatives SAFFER BROKERAGE COMPANY HARRY SAFFER, President 2301 Northeast Miami Court, Phone 3-5463 MIAMI, FLORIDA Distributors MIAMI PROVISION COMPANY 1062 Northwest 22nd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 3-2643 !!


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PAGE 2E *Jelsl>ncr*&>r>_ G R I f T / N G $ AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY SANITARY and JANITOR SUPPLIES 277 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 9-180? GREETINGS DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 4700 N.W. 36th Avenue Since 1918 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY To Jewry Everywhere "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate! MIAMI FHOXTOX To All. G r e e t i n g s BILL AUSTIN FORD, INC. "Wt TREAT TOU R/CHT" Bill Austin Invites You to Their New Home 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue HAPPY NtW YEAR ONE HOUR VALET, INC ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING THREE-HOUR LAUNDRY SERVICE 178 W.FIagler Street Corner S.W. 2nd Avenue 115 N.E. 2nd Avenue Congress Building 239 23rd Street Miami Beach (Near Roney Plata) • • • A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL T 420 Lincoln Road What of German Jewry \{ By SAM MILLER Also launched were the 11 BONN *!*>< n frei^**J d n o -*** — 2 itt^ta^r"-^? manj i 8 n o n It* own destiny, a ' 'he foreign otoenair, caused no great commotion Since the beginning (lf the Or. Konrad Adtnmtttr would welcome nermaliiaticn in the country itself (Jermans take the new status for granted as something that is their due. Even among the 20.000 Jews in the Federal Re public, the impact of the changeover was hardly felt. "Once Germany becomes independent again, it will be time to pack our bags," was a common enough conversational gambit in .Jewish circles five years ago, when the Issue was whether the Central Council of Jews in Germany should "recognize" or ignore the Bonn Government Now such reflections have been swept away by the tide of events Indeed. sovereignty is apt to be equated with trivial local The question uppermost in many minds seems to be whether it will eliminate the chlonnation of the water supply, which the IS Army Insists on (or reasons ol hygiene. For ih< time being, II itrue, few direct MSM8 quences "f the new status are yet tangible Reper cussions make themselves fell mainly In the pay chological sphere The restoration <>t so ver eignty does nol affect the dail) life oi Jewish residents and makelittle immediate difference to the position < The ban on discrimination remains \a the Bonn Constitution, and so dues the guarantee pertaining to freedom ol beliel and of religious practice. Indemnification legislation will not be curtailed, but neither will an end be nude to the dilatoriness and niggardliness with which it is usually applied. While the restitution of identifiable property, al read) large!) completed, will be carried on, a unified Supreme Restitution Court, with German as will as Allied Judges and a neutral presiding justice, ireplacing the separate top restitution tribunals for the French, British and American Zones. Onl) Allied Judges st OB the bench of the last I body, and until recently of the British Zone ISO i xembourg Reparation \ i ement is not 1 n an sovereignty, and the Don of German reparations goods t<. Israel continues on lule In the year under review. Germany mule S20 million available in British currency for tin purohastf ol petroleum, and shipped cargo with B value ol almost $40 million Under the Israeli tla>;. the T.oooton "Dagan*" ami its multi-purpose sister ships, the • Tappiu and the "Judea. slid down the wajrs ol (lerman shipyards to carry pas sengers, commercial cargo and especially citrus fruit on the Mediterranean and Atlantic sea lanes two years ago. Israel ^ p^gN of reparations orderwith p"* 150 shipyard., The v,,,,,,,;*^^ have already arrived ,n the Jew h !*! petroleum products and othJ!N ed from non-Germa a nl other merch iai countries with i reached an overall total of $ieo i The population total, which sTfel for some years, again shows no IST Some 500 Jews emigrated during 11*3 —among them the president of the I nation of Jewish Communities si boxing champion of Hesse—but th 8 the considerable excess of deaths owl compensated by the number of pcopk I part former German Jews, who tm\ other countries and established tt temporarily or permanently. Although "normalcy" of any de !" mains far beyond reach, the consolkSJ Jewish organizational structure m*k 7 progress. In contrast to prior years fc| community in Germany was generally, as an equal by Jewish communities sag ventions of European Zionists, of the S Congress and of the Consultative C Jewish Organizations were attended b delegates from Germany. In 1954. not long after all Zionist L_ Germany had been closed down by orwl central Zionist authorities so as to speedfel lution of the residual Jewish communirjj man soil, a new Zionist Organization forCa! was chartered with the blessingof t*j Zionist Organization This was follow*/ launching of a Keren Hayesod campaign aq establishment oi Zionist chapters in Frankfurt. Stuttgart, Hamburg. Hanowr.1 and Berlin Yet only the last named or*i have taken hold in the manner experts') sponsors; la Weal Germany little wa them after the initial meetings The true of other groups set up during the; as the "Association for Torah-True Ju Continued on Page 12 E I Sulphuric acid beinq pumped injj tanker in Kishon Harbor. Israel 8J and ocean-going equipment is wj strucied for the Jewish State -a M yards of West Germany under wi bourg Reparations Agreement^ TO ALL GREETINGS Stern Electrical Engineering RCA Radios Television Sales and Service 5138 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 6-6540 A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Le Bon Cleaners & Laundry Irving Kornicks 26 N.W. 5th STREET Phone 2 5214 Mr. aft lira. •los4>||i Huinor BUYS and SELLS ACREAGE NSURANCE rOR ALL 1345 DREXEL AVE ^^SSSL j !" ? !" 11 Phone IE 8-4984 REQUmEMENTS Phone* 3-5761 3-4312 901 N.E. 2nd AVE. Sincere Wiihti to ( Relatives and Frit** A Happy New V*| Mr. nd M*j George Ch*t AND FAME* A %  SJpf "* 1t0 u* 1 BARKINENVH0I MFG. CO. Phon. 1* Harry ***<



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JER 16. 1955 -JmlsiifhricMaii Iff JEWISH tlliCITl SCHOOL PROGRAM Continued from Page 1 H l. the Bureau is publishing new Bulletins rs (a present the progressive developtw i,h education orP time would be available if a Jewish Digram were in operation to effectively [Jer "readiness" in the child for partici|Jhe primary .irpartment of the Jewish Cool. The Bureau is setting up a reLrtmcnl for pro-school Jewish educatb '| 0 to all Jewish schools. More would tvah" in the afternoon ,| ,, ( | In ittraditional mcanJinctifJcation <>f physical maturity and [jti.i!! ol responsibilities in growing-mastic and unqualified "Rra !,1 13. The Bureau's new plan J 'fh Oonfirmation. I h; since Bar Mitzvah would | n of the first year of Junior ol the Jewish s'-hool. Ih • .'.„. dated to remain for two more and Confirmation. I come from the commitI t i nation promulgated by L, (he Rabbinical A.-socialion of | im j, pplementing the Bar Ifltzvah yean ago. There is no the summer now a complete vacation U studies can be utilized for effective Mience. not at a formalized school, but fcnal but thoroughly Jewish—summer Bureau experimented two years ago. results, with a two-week winter camp. [the tremendous educational possibilities pewishly for 24 hours a day in a summer Dot be overlooked. While immediate plans Jan enriched summer program at our Ih? long-range program of the Bureau of Education must include provision for a fcummei camp; the program must be of nature because of the considerable exvolved. funds for which can be made (only through greater support of the GreatJevw-h Federation. Ihrough retention of the Jewish pupil pre-school level through Junior High, lidded enrichment of a Hebrew summer pgram. the time factor, vital for achievcUewish studies, may be put to work for [Jewish education. f: : ol five years, the number of Jewish Greater Miami has increased from nine Jhile it was possible for one supervisor— stive director of the Bureau—to visit, conI an rail) supervise the administraIteachinij tafl "f nine schools it now has neult to supervise the (ol 26 ols, many new schools requestliate assistance in both organization and %  aap program tor increased supervision I by the Bureau this year. The tor of the Bureau has been [of hiteaching assignment! in the Buentral Hebrew High School to give of his her supervision; since this director k > islant to the executive director anifold activities of the Bureau, he cannot npiete supervisory job. it is the hope of that, m the near future, a professional pr may be hired to give all of his time to ortant t.i-k of evaluating and maintaining in the Jewi-h schools. There is no doubt that, with the tremendous growth of congregations in the Greater Miami area, a second full-time supervisor may be necessary within a few years. This supervisory staff would also tackle the task of consolidating era! small schools into central schools to gain better classification and instruction, as well as for economy. Such a plan for consolidation is already being outlined for three schools in the North Miami area. Graduates of the elementary Jewish schools of Greater Miami now attend the central Hebrew High School • %  i | )V the Bureau in town and on the Beach The High School now houses 41 students, and has bad two graduatii] Hve graduates to Rabbinical school*. To sup ment this High School of intensive Hebrew training, then is now a need for a hool of Jewish Studies for teen at-'-rs who have not the qualifications for Hebrew study, but are Interested in advanced Jew! b itudies in other areas. This secondary school would bridge the tp betw.en the elementary school and adult studii iod Ul the past when most Jewish youth completely lost to Jewish learning. The hi between "Bar Mitzvah" and "Hasunah" mutt include regular stops for refreshing repa la of Jewi-b learning. Again, faculty for such a school depends upon greater support by the Jewish community of the fund raising efforts of tho Gn Miami Jewish Federation. A new plan for adult Jewish education for the Jewish community, set up by the Bureau and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, has been in effect for one year. The year's experiment revealed a definite trend away from many formal studies to informal forum like sessions. Considerable research is necessary to create the necessary techniques and programming on the adult level. Last year the Bureau issued over 200 Certificates of Completion to adult students of nine congregations, showing that intelligent planning may yet Continued en Page 10 H Mr3. Joseph Duntov (right), chairman of the annual Jewish Book Month, shown with Miss Bertha Aldrich, Miami Beach librarian. The Bureau each year sponsors the Month as a means of bringing to the local community the part Jews continue to play in literary endeavor. HABB1 and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend Jo all Jewry and particularly the member* of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR PAGE 9 H RABBI and MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN and Family MIAMI BEACH Extend tost Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR re the officers, directors and members of Temple Fmanu-tl and all its affiliated organizations and to all Jewry. RABBI and MRS. LEON KRONISH and Family WISH FOR THE MEMBERS AND OFFICERS OF TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, ITS SISTERHOOD AND JEWRY AT LARGE — A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. SIMON APRIL and Family extend best wishes for a— HAPPY NEW YEAR io members and friends of th& Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and to all Jewry— RABBI and MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY and Sons EXTEND BEST WISHES TO CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH And Its Auxiliary and to Klal Yisroel for a KSIVA VACHSIMAH TOVAH RABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ and Family Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR lo the members of North Shore Jewish Center and lo All Jewry RABBI AND MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP AND FAMILY Extend Best Wishes to the Members and Officers of Coral Gables Jewish Center, Its Sisterhood and the Greater Miami Jewish Community for a Happy New Year DR. AND MRS. JOSEPH R. NAROT and Family 1 Extend to all Jewry and par tic ularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IBBI end MRS. tTON MALAVSKY |to all Jewry and particH membe.s of the 'Center end its affiliated ations — t AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM HERSON Extend Best Wishes For A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the officers, directors and members of the Tifereth Israel Northside Center and to Greater Miami Jewry SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY RABBI and MRS. MARIUS RANSON TEMPLE EMANU-EL FORT LAUDERDALE [ABBI and MRS. •RED WAXMAN ,r • Jewry, nd p. rt ie U %  "••"bert end eHkere of Mimi J, wilh center PPY AN D PROSPEROUS !" E W YEAR RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM CASSEL and Children Intend Simeon NEW YEAR MifTReOS the Ql Iff mmd to ell if iea tt and aoreats el the OXFORD SCNOOt RABBI and MRS. B. LEON HURWITZ and Daughter Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year to the Members and Officers of Zamora Jewish Center and to its affiliated organizations and the Greater Miami Jewish Community 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. HENRY OKOLICA extend best wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to the Officers and Members of North Dade Jewish Center and to the Jewish Community at large RABBI and MRS. JONAH CAPLAN and Family Extend heartfelt NEW YEAR GREETINGS to the members of Kneselh Israel, the Sisterhood and to the entire Jewish community of Greater Miami. RABBI and MRS. ISAAC LERER 02 Monticello Park Congregation Extend Beet Wishes for the New Year to the entire Jewish Community RABBI and MRS. ALEXANDER S. GROSS and Family j 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 affiliated organisations and to all Jewry. RABBI AND MRS. ISAAC H. EVER AND FAMILY Wish for the Members of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, its Auxiliary and the Entire Jewish Community a Year of Peace and Joy



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[BER 16.1955 + knisiiflwrkften PAGE 9 G ; w Light on Some Burmese By PROF. W. S. DESAI | 17 mjUionfi of the people of Burma, the Lnher about two millions, numerically EH to the Burmans. They migrated into perhaps earlier than did the Tibetoh( .N settled principally in Burma, but them found a home also in Siam. The L ve countrj is the hill region of the [strict and the Karenni subdivision. [ren language is Sinitic. belonging to the CJese subfamily. It la monosyllabic. Ival of Christian missionaries they had n ,l so possessed no literature. All train prayers, etc., were handed down ration to generation, by word of mouth. ; Ba pti,t missionaries in the 19th century | a Karen -nipt which is really an adap|lhe Buinn-c >cript. They translated the K.nren and published it. There is now Karen literature. arens are broken up into many tribes, is great similarity of dialect and tradijthe whole, however, they are wanting in |dari:> Besides agriculture, they engage fishing, spinning, weaving, mat making En, Karens in modern Burma have in nbers taken service in the armed and ces. in the railway and government ofbospitals and educational institutions. Bejapanese invasion of Burma in 1942, Amerlionariehad a university institution in called the Judson College, which was ed Karen College. The Karens are a lovBle. very hospitable, marked by simplicity iy: "a doui industrious people with solid and honesty." They are amenable to *>, and under the British they conducted es very acceptably in the armed forces. kmen have distinguished themselves as oth in homes and in hospitals. They are bers of music, and both men and women tellcnt voices. They have taken to Euro les and can sing most charmingly. They fond of drums, the possession of bronze ting a sun of wealth and importance with [he national costume of men consists of ick trousers and a tunic. Women wear a and over it a tunic more prettily made by men. ancient religion of the Karens was that is. the fear and worship of spirits. majority of them still hold to it, mingled nents of Buddhism. They believe in three |moral and religious conceptions: 1) "Pgho" npersonal power or force. Perhaps they | it the spirit and the soul. 2) The spirits in hich should be feared and propitiated. r"wa (Jewish i tradition. conception of Y'wa is one of the most Jng features in their history. Y'wa is really or Jehovah of the Hebrews. They have of creation and the fall of men through |lhe forbidden fruit; but instead of two ere are seven, only one af them being evil Slin.; Stories of the flood and of the diviimicr U Nu'l recent visit to Israel and the ljm which he hat shown for "that wonder. ft country, ,i, ht called it, ha* created a new in Burma nn d endeared the Burmese in i heart. v>ry few, however, have been aware |tct that one of the moot powerful group* in bases its religious beliefs on J*wi*h tradiH'ng .u-other touch to the mystery *ur. K the ten lost tribe* of Israel. The fallowing |.by Prof Deaai of Delhi tell* the tory of thi* n as the Karen* and numbering about souls. Premier of Burma U Nu seen at press conference in New York City on the occasion of his visit here during the Hebrew Year 5715. sion of mankind at Babel are also preserved by. them. They have indeed the Hebrew tradition, but there is no trace of anything Messianic in their folklore. Y'wa is the Eternal God. while Karen is His eldest son. The tradition is that they once had "The Book" containing their beliefs and the truth concerning Y'wa; but due to the unbelief of their elders it was lost. Y'wa Himself had given the book to them, so that the loss was a grievous sin. They have also a prophesy that the White Brother would bring this lost book to them. Here are some verses on the book: The book of the ages was rooted by the pigs At first the women neglected it; The men also did not look at it. If both men and women had studied it, All the world would have been happy. Our book of gold that Y'wa gave. Our book of silver that he gave, The elders did not obey: Lost, it wandered to the foreigner. It is thought by some that the Karens at some time of their history came under the influence of Nestorian Christian missionaries who are known to have visited China in about the 7th century C.E. If so, it is strange that tha Karens have no Messianic tradition or stories whatever. Again this Nestorian date does not fit in with the migration of the Karens into Burma, which took place centuries earlier. It is also suggested that they are of the stock of the ten "lost tribes of the children of Israel." It seems certain, however, that the Karens at some time in their wanderings, perhaps in China, came into touch with the Jews and the Old TestaContinutd on P9 HO HOLIDAY SlflTINCS ESAPEAKfi SEA FOOD HOI SE 3906 N.W. 36th STtfIT Ttlapkan* 64-4113 To Our Clients and friends and la Jewry Everywhere We Extend Our Best Wishes far a Very Happy New Year BEACH MIAMI FEDERAL Sevktfs Leaa Auoclafle* MAfNOfflCE NORTH SHORE BRANCH SOUTH SHORE BRANCH: Oncol* M I withmito* A... Hardlni Avi, 11 t St. 646 Wiihinglon Ave. HARRY AND FRIEDA COHEN HOTEL MEW YORKER HOLIDAY GKltTINGS TO ALL DILLARD'S RESTAURANT 740 5th STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 1-9*40 BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR 5 UV£ _% TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY MIAMI FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS LOCAL 655. A. F. of M. 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: r crPTFlMBER 16, 1955 *-JentrkrHiir PAGE 5 rt go Oil We Say U ITlost Mappy Jle W TJ, omen's Groups Plan Ahead ttoi By MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN L t Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Woman Create;Miami Section of National Council hv'h Women h part of a national organization. 1 participates in national and and carries on a local com'„ tM .,. id educational program. The Her M habr.. one in an.! & mi B fcater Miami cm %  into eduand servlocal proiponsors Itodents a i th of Mi bshi] [tint! i ugh to spi pshil \: I : of the Greater Miami Jewish Mrs. Jean C. Lehman I •deration and receive funds from them in supl< I of our Service to Foreign Born Program We are also continuing assistance with claims for Indemnification against Germany, that is helping local persons to make claims under the Federal Law for Compensation to Victims of Persecution under the National Socialist!*, This year more .„eiore, we need volunteers for our new project and the continuation of our previous project of community service Council's newest project in community service is in the field of Geriatrics. We are participating in a pro gram at the Jewish Home for the Aged. There will he a training program for volunteers in the early fall. These volunteers will work with the residents in many social activities, as. well as providing extra special services. The blind.project is still going full force with volunteers serving as readers, making tape recordings, translating books into braille as well as maintaining the toy closet of the nursery room at the Miramar school. We are still very proud of the silver punch bowl we # won last year in the community-wide contest sponsored by the Miami Herald and Radio Station WQAM, for our outstanding service contribution to the community. The National Council of Jewish Women meets the first Wednesday of every month and this year's programs promise to be very stimulating. We as members of National Council of Jewish Women :ry to do our best to live up to the creed of our National Council, which is to bring about a closer fellowship among Jewish Women, to further unite efforts on behalf of Judaism, to foster a program devoted to social welare. community affairs, education and international-understanding for peace. JEWISH III VETERANS III THE STATE DP FLORIDA Continued from Pag* 4 H ||n habeen the guiding beacon of our group. JWV as born in answer to a challenge. In htn : | the Civil War, the nation was pmicall; exhausted and bitter wKh itself after jng a period of bloody conflict. Deep hatreds Jined an mg with that, there began a time ess immigration into America. The ugly specbigotry rose in the land. Betes ired in what were respected jourplastin patriotism of the Jews. The Jew (cited as a i arasite whose only participation in ncai is as a camp-follower and Army ken lie* i Ituallv than 8,000 'lews served in the Jr. Ani';. ng the War Between the States, a per in of their numerical proportion to phoh : m of the country at that time. •ere led the Congressional Medal of kr and se 1 ..I attained the rank of Brigadier krui. [1896. a :: .up of Jewish veterans of the Union pled.!'. mselvea determined to fight the Iry and ;•of the hate-mongers with organized i "a 15 of that year, in New York is Lex i: i ipera House, the Hebrew Union Veterans Association was formed. It was after World War I that the name Jewish War Veterans of the United States was adopted. Long years of internal difficulties and external abuse plagued the young group in its zeal to enlighten the public as to the accomplishments of Jewish servicemen. Honored names designated the moving spirits of the JWV In its early days. To name but a few: Maurice Simmons, justice of the Court of Special p Sessions of New York; Judges Joseph B. Neuberger 'and Otto A. Rosalzky; Joseph I. Buttenweiser, president of the Hebrew Technical Institute; Commodore Louis M. Josephthal; Rabbi Alexander Lyons of Brooklyn; and Benjamin Levy, adjutant general of the Congressional Medal of Honor Association. Through two World Wars and the Korean conflict, the JWV has grown and strengthened. Its Ladies' Auxiliary has likewise kept pace. This year a dream was realized when our National Home was formally opened in Washington, DC. Vice President Richard Nixon gave the dedicatory address at that time. Posts in combination and separately are planning permanent homes. We of the Jewish War Veterans see our group growing in size and scope. • • I.. • • fand Mr*. Murray Lazarus [ances, Arthur and Nancy of 31M S. W. 26th Straat !" rldttvu and Fnends A HAH" \fW TEAR David, Rosette and Martin Lemelman Wish All Their Relatives and Fnendi A HrXPPT NEW TEAR Sol Lmrus and Son and "gnttr, Jay Louis and Ethel A 'l T>ReUtwti and Friends A HAP; \EW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Lab and Family AH T Relative! and Friends A HAPP: \EW TEAR fl ** **• JM. Lekhuk •J Son. Louis Steven A u," Stives "d Fnends A HAPPj .\ £W T£AR Mr. and Mr* S. H. Leslie and Sons Wiih All Their Relume* and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Ehiel and Naomi Lesowoder Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR nd Mri O. C. Lekhuk and Family A HAPf^ NBW Y£AR £ftrt t L #kh !* A HAPPT ,\£xv T£AR Dr. and Mrs. Loo M. Levin •ltd Children Jane Abby, Deborah Ruth. 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Jewish legend attributea many important events to the month of Tishri, the month in which Roih Hashona occurs. Thus, the Talmud tells us that "Rabbi Eliezer says, in the month of Tishri the world was created, in Tishri the, patriarchs were born and died. On Rosh Hashona. Sarah. Rachel and Hannah were remembered on high and conceived. On Rosh Hashona, Jcaopb left prison: and, on Rosh Hashona, the slavery of our ancestors ceased ia Egypt. In the month of Nisan they were redeemed, and in Tishri they will be redeemed in time to come" (Talmud, %  ml Hashona lub-lla). The tradition that the world is judged on the Hebrew New Year is also mentioned in the Talmud. Rabbi Menexpressed the opinion that all things are judged on Rosh Hashona and their fate is sealed on Yom Kippur. Speaking in the name of Rabbi Akiba. Rabbi Judah declared: "All things are judged on Rosh Hashona, but the fate of each and every one la sealed in its proper season: at Passover, the late of grain; at the Feast of Weeks, that of the fruits of the trees, and at the Feast of Booths (Succotb), that of rain" (Tosefta Rosh Hashona l IS). One of the traditions of Rosh Hashona is that it is the Day of Memorial when God remembers the deeds of all men. The record of each person ikept in three large memorial books The tractate ROOD Hashona <16l>i relates that Rabbi Kruspedai, speaking in the name of Rabbi Yochanan, declared that the three volumes are for three categories of individuals: one for the completely righteous, one for the wholly wicked, and one for the average person. The completely righteous are immediately inscribed and sealed in the Sefer Hachayim. the Book of Life; the wholly wicked are at once inscribed and sealed in the Book of Death. However, the average person's fate is held in abeyance from Rosh Hashona until Yom Kippur. If the average person repents properly, he is inscribed on Yom Kippur for life; if found unworthy, he is destined for death. A popular commentary explains that Rosh Hashona takes place in Tishri because, since it occurs before the harvest season, it would be favorable for Israel. Inasmuch as the poor are given the gleanings, the forgotten sheaves and the Peah •corners of the field), these acts of kindness would influence God in his judgment of Israel. By appealing to the divine quality of mercy, rather than to the divine quality of justice. Israel would stand a better chance to be inscribed for life. Pot an entire month preceding Rosh Hashona, it i~ customarj to prepare for the New Year. The month of Klul is dedicated as a month for Tshuvah. repentance Tradition has it that the month of Klul la an ideal time for repentance. A legend tells ua that, after unreal had committed the -m "i bowing down to the Golden Calf, and Moses had hrokon the first set of the Ten Commandments. *> %  Vast literature malting up ik, %  Jewry is one of the inspiLT contentment to Jewish lile. In, this literature continues as a, Here, Rabbi Mendel Feldnm, the Rabbinical Alliance oi i cepta the first copy of "Sim" tn M. G. Welk, son of the fcmj Pinak and one of the greenest] authoritiea of his time, Rabbi Hat The new edition was puhliihajl dflring the Hebrew Year 5715, i and is aupplemented with Kehuna." he ascended hkunt Sinai for a seratH tain a second set of the tablets, and i the mountain until Yon Kippur Thus has arisen the custom oi Shofar at the conclusion of the during the month of Elul. to reaDl spent by Moses on Mount Sinai An interesting sidelight is that th^ in Hebrew has the numerical value i word "Binah." meaning "under same numerical value. Hence, Rabkl his Siddur, suggesting the month of 1 pentance, points out that through comes repentance, as it is writta standing with their heart, return, aaj| (Isaiah 6:10). It has been the custom among pious, in past generations, to fasti from Rosh Chodesh Elul (the first dl the end of Yom Kippur. a period tit too, was in memory of the 40 days i remained on Mount Sinai to receive thc| mandments. There also have been individuals! of their piety, made it a practice astaj secular conversation from Rosh < the end of Yom Kippur. This practaj on the belief that there i nothing I purification of the soul than **<] Also, by keeping from idle talk, the i concentrate so much better on his | It is customary for the rabbi to dei exposition on the Sabbath precedingT The tradition for this custom is basedfll that, when a rabbi or sage sennonanT people, their sins are forgiven h Continued on P9 £ HAPPY NIW UAK TO All 00* fHtNDS AND PATKONi COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO. 54 SOUTHWEST SIXTH STtllT TUEPHONE 2-4444 A Happy New Year To All Biscayne Terrace Hotel 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 9-3792 New rear Greetings To All Ow FrfWs Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sadoff 70 AIL ... A MOST HAPP1 NIW riAt n/iffi** %  •*! P4NDM4 flffl fSlMOlM**' 1 Phew""* 1 nArn w THE C. I. n| COMPEL duPOIfT BJJJJ Pbos* Lowt *"%*]



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MY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 %  %  :-tt m. %  b PAGE 11C FcflMPLEX PANORAMA ICE ROSH HASHONA 5715 Continued from Pa* • C „f the Bond Drive s.nee 1951. stepped down in loseph J Schwartz, retiring head of the U Jewish Appeal, became head of the new organization. m—rt the end of that month. American Jewry Un her important victory against anti-Semir h en a ju%  •> a Newark. N.J.. court handed $30000" award against Conde McGinley. k a 2 t he anti-Semitic sheet "Common t" for libelling Rabbi Joachim Prinr of NewTnr Prinz had brought suit because the paper referred to him as Ted Rabbi Dr. Joachim I who not unlike Albert Einstein, was ex L from Germany for revolutionary, Commulactivitics." e death in April of Dr. Albert Einstein, jfamous scientist, humanist and philosopher. CM regarded as the greatest man of his genCTjUrred American Jewry deeply. At memoMetingc I ur on Einstein's steadfast loyalty Jewish people and to Jewish spiritual values Emphasized. Lie mourning the passing of Einstein. Jews* ins and other countries took pride ix the tement of Dr. Jonas E. Salk, Jewish medical ireher. in pre a vaccine would eradi [the dread polio I Alter his iry "\er |>o!io lannounced. Dr. who had rela Jewish eduat the Bronx Eh (enter, was ered with honlater, it was learned that Sen. Watkins' bill incorporating President Eisenhower's program, for revising the Refugee Relief Act of 1953. is having tough sledding on Capitol Hill. At the conference of the National Community Relations Advisory Council in June, one of the problems raised was the shift of Jewish population to the suburbs. This, it was said, creates new opportunities for bettering groups relations, but it may also create hostility. The proposal that women be ordained as Reform rabbis, made by Rabbi Barnctt Brickner, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, at its convention in June, aroused interest throughout American Jewry. Reform leaders were divided on the subject. tdward Cersi the people bock him I May. the eon on of the If.1I1 Assembly of rica heard a Mng that interliage. divorce, lerence and m fcce threaten %  foundation0! life in this py. The As|y was told bj Reuben M that Jewish ly service agencies, like those serving other s, "are overburdened with tremendous case and never-ending waiting lists." (ward the end of May, Rep. Eugene Siler, Mky Republican, again introduced in ConI an amendment to the Constitution to recogIhe "law and authority" of Jesus Christ. The p>ed new amendment was identical with one heed 1 year 1 arlier by Republican Sen. Ralph %  den oi Vermont, who later withdrew it. prtj Catholic, Protestant and Jewish organbackinK Edward J. Corsi, ousted State Decent expediter of the refugee act, at a meet1 New York in June, asked for reform of both JJcCarran Walter and Refugee Relief Acts. peuberger told the rally that America's presnmigration policy had destroyed the concept ; country as a haven of refuge for the perseof the earth, and said that the present law 1 work of men who think there is "some mag"Per-race ordained to rule mankind." A week NEXT CENTURY Continued from Page 9 C thy and understanding for religious differences that has never been known In the world before. I foresee the emergence of a new Judaism—an American Judaism, which will not be Orthodox, Conservative, or Reform in the patterns that we now know them, but a fusion of the best in all of them. Rationalism and progressive liberalism will predominate; yet it will be warmed and enriched by the fervor and color of traditional Judaism. This new Judaism is being accelerated by the movement to the suburbs. It has been estimated that 1,200.000 Americans move to the suburbs every year, and a very significant part of our young Jewish population is represented in the forty million who now live there. The whole of Jewish life is inevitably being affected by suburban living. The young people are not able to maintain three different types of "religion," and they will have to settle on the synagogue which will suit the majority. They are, for the most part, college-bred and liberal in their thinking, free from the fanaticism of their immigrant forebears. They are religious trail-blazers, striking out on their own. The future synagogue will be small, consisting of several hundred families instead of thousands. This will enable the rabbi and congregant to have an intimate and personal relationship. He will be their teacher in religion, their moral guide, their counselor, and personal friend as well as communal leader. I foresee the synagogue restored to its former centrality; everything Jewish will take place within its confines. It will again become the tri-part house it once was; the Beth Tefilah (the house of prayer), the Beth Hamidrash (house of study), and the Beth Am (meeting house), patterned very much like the old New England meeting-house of Colonial days. • I foresee a closer, more friendly relationship between the synagogue and the church. Today they are different, each going its own way. Tomorrow, though still different, they will walk ahd work together in mutual understanding, with the heightened purpose that together they must combat the breakdown in private and public morale and the anti-God philosophies. As for anti-Semitism. I predict that it will abate in this country. It may never disappear, because frustration, jealously, suspicion, the dislike of the different are all part of human nature. Happily, the climate of American public opinion is such that it will not tolerate open and overt anti-Semitism. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ATLANTIS HOTEL 2655 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ItlM Jf 14M1 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ALICE'S PASTRY SHOP SF.. Q U A L I T Y PRODUCTS %  l*t Avnuo. Miami Phono 2-63*8 A Most Happy New Year Howard S. Reeder BROKER ^SCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3-5482 70 ALL ... A MOST HAW NIW YtAK BYRON HOLDREN & ASSOCIATES United Benefit Lift Inturonct Mutual Benefit Health ft Accident Ass'n fhene 12-1333 Aimley Building : GREETINGS Hollopeter A Post, I m". REAL ESTATE SALES 4 RENTALS 840 SE. MIAMI AVENUE RD. Phone 3-7378 TO ALL GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Sheade Sheade Bedding and Mattress Co. 123 N.W. 23rd STREET Phone 82-3848 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332 TO ALL GREETINGS FARREY'S, INC. Wholesale Hardware 7225 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 84-5453 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Louis F. Gillingham Guild Opticians 630-J LINCOLN ROAD Phone IE 1-9703 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS from Leo Adeeb Chevrolet 15 YtARS ON MIAMI BEACH 540 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH ALL MIAMI MOTORS. INC. FORD PARTS SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS CECIl HOLLANDS FORD The South'! largest Ford Dealer 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Flo. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Physicians & Surgeons Laboratory ONE LINCOLN ROAD BUILDING MIAMI BEACH Phone IE 1-0287 TO ALL GREETINGS TYRUS T. TRIPP 1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD



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PAGE MB 9>Jelst>rtor** a 'IL FRIDAY. WILL POWER AND HABIT To become a consistent sater, Mr. Pan Am declares, one needs only some will powerthen saving becomes a welcome habit. Your savings here, fully insured, earn 2 1 i% interest per annum. PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI, FLORIDA MEft MDftAl E*fVf SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE C ORr. S.E.1.iS.ot3rdA.. PHONI 2.7211 Utzinger's Musical Instrument Service The Onlv Complete Repair and Refinishing Service in Miami Martin Band Instrument! Factory Methods and Parti used Member Affiliated Musician Service of America 11 and 13 N. E. 5th St. Phone 9-3554 Miami 36. Fla. TO ALL GREETINGS SKINNER ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 1131 N.W. 21st AVENUE PHONE 63-3583 To All ... A Happy Holiday Marcel Flower Shop "A Complete floral Service" Arl with Flowers £01-5 41st St. ot Meridion Ave., Miomi Bench. Flo. Phone JF. 8 5523 YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone PI 8-6060 W. I". MeTlaftkev MARINE SURVEYOR GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North River Drive P 0. Box 1788 Miomi, Florida PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES Biscayne Exterminating Service. Inc. 3925 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 6-4401 DON'T TOLERATE-EXTERMISATE FINCHER MOTORS, INC. Your Ofdsmobift Deafer Sales Service The Center's programs aim at fulfilling the needs of all age groups. Here adults are shown expressing themselves w and brush in a Center adult art da/ THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER'S Continued from Pag* 4 B and every activity, working under the continuous supervision of the professional staff. 4 A positive Jewish orientation, which attempts to combine the finest in American traditions and Jewish living. 5 A common meeting ground, representing a true cross-section of the community where people can share, learn and have fun together regardless of religious or other organizational affiliations The specific program for the 1955-56 season is too detailed to describe completely in this writing. However, the following are the highlights: A. Nursery Schools. Three nursery schools for children from 3—6 years of age These schools have a long history in our community, and through the years, have (instantly sought to maintain the highest standards of preschool education and to use the most modern techniques available. K After School. The afternoon program for children of grade school SgS trill Offer friendship athletic activities, and special interest groupi such .idramatic, art and dance A special feature gram al the Beach Branch i hildren of working motl Dy c*mps. We nov, operate tour summer li > %  i>ainlH munity. and which provides a much rweaq nel for contact among cluhs. F. Adults. This year, each of our brutal offer a monthly functioi. for the local asfq bership. These events \,ll bo both eduao s.uial In addition, there will be eoali many classes such aart, drama, bndsvl American dance, folk dancing, athletics sfl (i Golden Age. Hits ian increaiag| function of our CsOfc %  < ""*<* sallied in regular gTOttp % %  > "iv i ties in fowl •mris including the Jewish Hume fort where we provide an extension service M groupi at "ur regular buildings are orgastj self-governing basis and conduct a varied| throughout the \ear Special elaaw singing, and ballroom dancing have ben I II Extension Program. Besfeai the fered at the Jewish Home for the Aged. above. GMJCC has agreements with the l hies Jewish Center. Beth David Congreptt*] North Dade Jewish Center for the jouHi of a youth program at those location* CKfTINCI Al Makers K „ c#k#f| IHxie Moiors "Tw left t. Serve Tee" 3030-3033 N.I. 3d AVEMUI 1740 NX Second Avenue Miami, Florida V rO All CJtff TlNCS "THE BARBECUE W. J. JetksM 22 N.I. Strb STtllT rHOWll TO All A /HOST MAW W MAI flMiSSl BEAUTY S*l<>* "The latest Je Mr *" ^ajj 241 g PONCE DI LION SIVO mmmn swrnw SAAAH KHSfY, / nc LAMPS FOI HOME, OfTKI. MOTtlS, MOTHS ead APARTMENTS lamp SfcWe, htm Stec* ••cevered er fe Order "$ NJ. 4a* STttTT Greetings on the Htw U* MELVIN A. HUGHES "BuiWer of fine Homrs M10 N.W. 59th AvttNNi



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PAGE 2 H +JelstncrkJk*n FRIDAY, 3o CLll We Say XL TTlost SKappy 7le W lj ear 11 • • I i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blicher and Family \\ ish All Their Relatives and I A HAPPI HEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bloch and daughter, Maxine and son, Henry Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Brown and Family \\ AU Th<-.< Rehusves and Ffwndi A HAPPT HEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and family %¡ duqnrer, marine on vn, •.. 7 U Ail The,r Relive* *n4 Friend Wish All Th d hndl A HAPPI M-AV 1 FAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Block and family \\ ,h A Their Relatives an : A HAI'1'1 HEW YEAR A HAPPI NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burns and Family U A HAPPI \'W YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burste.n and family %  "• f m,lv \\ : All Their Relani A HAPPI HEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Bogner and family 'A A rhei R A HAPPI HEW YEAR Cantor and Mrs. Jacob Bornstein Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein A T F PI \"/\\ Or. and Mrs. William K. Boros and children Phyllis, Andrew and Bruce U Their J family of 14815 N. W. 12th Avenue \\ il Al Their RII Pi \ends A HAPPI \F\\ TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Catsman \\ •' All Theii Reiatii A HAPPI MEW 11 AK Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chafetz and daughter, Bessie Ann All The A HAPn \i;\ n AK Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channirrg A IIAl'1'1 \i\\ 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky and family %  Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Chaykin and son, Steven I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Chernow and family I \ I PP1 NEW "1/ AK Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott and family Mr. and Mrs. Murray Cheyette and daughters, Carla and Lydia A HAPPI MEW "I / AR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brant and family of 2475 S. W. 21st Street A HAl'l'l MEW 1 / Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brenner and daughters, Francia and Helene Then Relate A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. William I. Brenner and son, Steve \\ ish A I Their Relative! ami Fnendi A HAPPT MEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Breslow and family \\ in Ail Their Relatite* and I A HAPPT MEW TEAR A HAPPI MEW n AR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment and family I A HAPPI \7\V TEAR Dr. M. B. Cirlin and family I A HAPPI MEN TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen and daughter, Ruth Their Relat:i e .. A HAPPI \/A\ TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bretan and daughter Barbara, son Neil Wish Ail Their Ktriudirs ami Priendi A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mrs. Isidor Cohen and family Wiih All Then Relatival u.i Pnenda A HAPPI \EW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Bretan and daughters, Jacqueline and Harriet Wish All Their Relative* ami Pricndi A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Saul Brett and ton Miles Wi*h All Their Relative* and Friend*A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Brill and Mrs. B. Gayrvor Wull All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen and family Wish All Their Reldtite*. and Friends A HAPPT \EW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad Wish All Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Broder and son, Lawrence E. Broder Wi*li All Their Relative', and Friends A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston and family Wish AU Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPT MEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cohn Wi.li All Their Relative* and Friendi A HAP PT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cook and family Wish All Their Relative* and Friend* A HAPPT MEW "I EAR • A • %  % % % %  • \ X For the filth consecutive year, the B'nai B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters of Greater Miami are distributing ADL school calendar memorandum and appointment booklets to all principals and teachers of the Dade county schools. Shown presenting the calendars to W. R. Thomas. Dade Superintendent of Public Schoos from left) are (left to right) George h gold, chairman, Greater Miami ADL( cil; Mrs. Esther Spiegelman, ADL I school calendar chairman; and Balkin, Florida ADL director. What ADL Means to Y on By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Chairman, Florida Regional Board Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith \iiti In l.imti.m LeagUfl of B'nai B'rith is a k igencjf Whose lln is to combat AntiSemitism and bigotr) and in a positive manner t'i foster and main! id human relations. The League il the educational arm ol B'nai B'rith. the worlds oldest and largest Jew ish so r\ue organization, h 11 tag been founded in 1843 The League strives through the us,. if education, law, a n d community action to narrow the gap which exists between American democratic ideals and practices The I, e a gue m a i n t a ins its Florida Regional office at 330 Seybold Bldg Miami with Gilbert J. Balkin as director. Through the Florida ADL Office, the League's program is implfmosfj Greater Miami community and State of Florida Polic) and overall ADL programming in the Greater Mianii nit\ and State is determined through tatl ADL board, of which ADL national coa OUT chairman, and the Florida ADL en mittee, of which Paul Seideraan i.*ch national commission ol the ADL deter tional policies and program direction! League. To a major extent the day to day pnjd programming of the U-ague are carried! volunteer ADL committees of the Bi Lodges and Women's Chapters. SanfordF.I is State ADL chairman of the Florida eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and 1 Glazer is State ADL chairman of the I Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's George Kronengold is chairman of the I ami ADL Council which coordinates implementation of community-wide ADLj among the ADL Chairmen and Cor1 Greater Miami. %  In the furtherance of its continuing %  program for the combatting of anti-fbigotry and the advancement of democrat Greater Miami community and throng* ida. the Florida ADL office anticipatesJJ tant areas of human relations ,, ,y |'] ming during the coming year will mm 1 Continuing efforts to counteract Continued on Paf H Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and family W,*l, All TJiafr Relat.ie* ani{ Fr:en Diamond and A'HAPPV^'-^-"^ A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. H. M. Drewleh and family, Mrs. Lillian Fisher and children, and Mr. nn4 Mrs. &f • Sllverman end children Wuh All Thnr Rrlanvri and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mitten Oreyfvs and children Wi,h All Thnr Relatives and Friends A HAPPT NEW TEAR < Mr. and Mrs. J^J Wish All Thrrr rUkW.-* A HAPPT -Sprm Mr. and Mrs. ...• • Mr. ...d Mrs. W fa A HAPPT NW



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\UHI of PEOPLE ^kmmdhMoiiMivm MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 SECTION G THE YEAR'S PAST EVENTS IN PICTURES e Future Emerges From The Past 0. Ue fomttl Mayor of Miami %  Thai the future emerges from the past is an age-old philosophical concept-no less than man's struggle with the belief that the past reemerges from the future. This is perhaps sufficient ground on which to meet the Hebrew New Year 5716 w'rth hope and humble aspiration, for as man's history traces the cycle of his experience so does his accomplishment mark the outward expression of his needs. This is equally true in his day-to-day living, his scientific and artistic inquiry, his industrial endeavor and his governments-those elected bodies by which he assures the tact that law shall be the basis for his relationships to his family and his neighbor. On the occasion of Rosh Hashona S716, Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell greet the Community in the spirit of this area's past achievement as a prophecy of things to come here, nationally and abroad. Akt Aronot'iU Mayr f 0 THE CITY o f • MIAMI BEACH • i wishes to extend to the Jewish citizenry of this area best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year THE CITY MIAMI III extends to the Jewish residents of this community sincere best wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR THE CITY COMMISSION Abe Aronovitz. Mayor H. Leslie Quigg Chelsie J. Senerchia B. E. Hearn Randall N. Christmas E. A. Evans. City Manager



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1 fEMBER 18,1955 +Jelstifk>rkHnri PAGE 9B IE! JEWISH COMMITTEE AND CIVIL L1BERTIE C Continotd from P9 B programs to activate important riti^ns and or. r„r„lrf I^wis treasurer of Kaniza,ions ,0 assume their sharo[ the resoon fchaptc L anti-Semitic plots against America"* C strengthening that peace by spreadEoup understanding, eliminating discnmJ ce s learning the "why" of prejuLntil study, and defending our free inj, • communist subversives as well munist hysteria mongers—the-e 1 JC concern on the domestic sample: AJCs sparking of a country'* leading Protestanl d L of and Other teach-in;.'DM 1 i,.place inaccuracies about witb positive references 1 registered in the di riminatory college frat • source of social dlserimV in life. |., iblisfa the study of religion ; ientioned above among Prates m the South, particularly its Likewise, there are op1 hing similar ttudiea by outI institutions. But there are no I i >r these vital projects. J ion—whether in college {raterunuy and city clubs, professional socieany other area—is a major obstacle in P i ci iring Jewiah integration in AmeriBthoul the loss of Jewish identity and its ,1,1,.. AJC wants to launch a full-scale : ri 1-crimination. Its ability to do so by the funds available to it. ration work for better intergroup I ducted over radio and TV. in magazines and newspapers—every tut means many dollars worth of time or lere can'l he too much of this type of eduIhere can be too little—because the neebn


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PAGE 12 F ^JmlstncrkMar UDAY i MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 237 PLAZA BULD:NG Day and Night Pr>oe 92-mrt Civil. Criminal and insurance lnvetiation. Alexander Stolfi .-.nd Avery Wilhflm. D'recto cnnincj HARDIN OFFICE SUPPLY Complete Line of Office Equipment DESKS CHAIRS FilES 353 MIRACLE MILE Phone H! 6-0851 MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends a Happy New Year TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY ROME MATTRESS Sam Reisnor 6 Max £ 2027 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3-2023 Season's Greetings from Philip Cohen Schaff Preserving Co.., Inc. 1305 N.W. 22nd Street PHONE 65-9012 HAPPY HOUDAY from SYLVIA and HERB EMBER of Miracle Children's Centre 290 MIRACLE MILE (Near Miracle Theatre) "Boys' and Girls' Togi Through Siie 14" GREETINGS Apex Furniture and Upholstering Co. Upholstawng Mattress Renovating 1004 N.W. 5th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-2762 GREETINGS TO ALL FRANK GARCIA BEACH TYPEWRITER CO., INC. Everything for Your Office Sale s vice Rentals Supplies 1671 ALTON ROAD Phone JE 8-6272 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA HartlovVi Aulo Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 1234 N.E. Is? Avenue Phone 3-899? HAPPY NEW YEAR The Best the Market Afford* •I Reasonable Prices Nathan Alexander and Family 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 MONITOR FURNITURE CO. CORAL WAV at 12th AVE., S.W. and 6262 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY SOUTH MIAMI Phones 2-3775 A MO 6-236 Now in Our New Location Calvo Feed & Garden Supply 3485 W. Flagler St. Piicne 83-6051 • rUIR'N! '••','. %  i-o F-:t05 %  All Purina livestock an-i poultry Chows arc now MicroMind to assure ynii 0 f ev?r better quality in th Ch-clccrboarl Bag and Micro-MlxrJ Chows are available OVLT at your Pirina Dealer. Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 SRAEL ATOMIES THE NEW TEAR Continued from P9# 1 F Th. M' major projects will be constructed anil maintained by the Mekoroth Water Works Conpany, Israel's foremosl public utility in the water field Mekoroth, founded in 1937 and now operated with the aid <>f Israel Bond allocation-*, supplies watei tn .110 villages and 42 urban areas The companj growth is reflected by the-fact that it supplied 2.17


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m ACHIEVEMENT IN U STATt Of ISRAEL ^^emMUtkmcMam MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 SECTION F FURTHER ADVANCEMENT TOWARD INDEPENDENCE rael Views the New Year With Joy Irvin I-onion and Harold Pont of ffce DELICATESSEN end RESTAURANT 1173 N.W. Fifth Street MIAMI ft* M CONDITIONS | T Dd Tc Ail Their Patrons and Friends L-cere Wishes For A 'Very Happy and fcsperous New Year hr Catering Service is available for leddings, Bar /Mifzvas, rgonizofion and Social Functions BEST WISHES FOR A :ST HAPPY NEW YEAR fOVIDENT JEWELRY and fGGAGE COMPANY 24 N. Miami Avenue TEAR TO ALL A.\I> PATRONS Normandy Isle Seed Store 1171 • 7Ut STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-4267 -ou Borden. Owner %  ttMl CBIfTINCS Christine Carrigofi "On the industrial front, Israel greets the New Year with confidence that it is becoming a key manufacturing and commercial center. As it observes its eighth High Holy Day season as a state. Israel finds itself on the threshold of major economic advances." A YEAR Of PROGRESS SINCE 571S HAS MEANT CONTINUED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON THE ROAD TO fREEDOM By MEYER F. STEINGLASS The opening of the New Year 5716 provides an appropriate occasion to review the advances made by the State of Israel during the past year, and to evaluate it. perspectives for the future. American Jews have a particular interest in such a review, because more than 700,000 of them have invested in State of Israel Bonds, and are thus In a sense partners in Israel's accomplishments. In its seven years of Statehood, Israel has been a land of rapid change. These changes, many of them made possible by Israel Bond funds, have made of Israel a country which would not be recognized by those who have been absent for a few short years. The most outstanding change in Israel is, of course, the fact that this year 870,000 more Jews will be celebrating Rosh Hashona there than seven years ago. This central fact, the hundreds of thousands of new settlers who have been welcomed to Israel to rebuild their lives and to shape happier lives for their children, has affected every facet of life in Israel. The key to Israel's efforts to provide for its doubled population lies in a record increase of food production on the farms of the country' Since Israel celebrated its first Rosh Hashona as an independent nation seven years ago, the farm popu lation has more than tripled, from 111,000 to 346.000 with more than 420 new settlements founded. Some 300,000 acres are now under cultivation. Israel's formers, with the aid of Israel Bond funds, are making possible a remarkable changeover from a short supply of vegetables and fruits to an impressive increase in production allowing for the export of many items previously imported. For instance, Israel now ships abroad such commodities as citrus fruits, dates, figs, olives, bananas, grapes and other food crops, some of which are preserved and canned. Self-sufficiency has been reached m vegetable supplies, and is also expected within the next three years in dairy products, CKRS. fish and edible oils Israel's seed growing indu-try. which at present supplies 90 percent of the country's needs, is expected to meet local demands and to allow for export in a few month-.. Though Israel must continue to import meat and other essentials, long range plans aim at whit tling down the list of imports to a bare minimum. In the near future, the expansion of cattle and sheep raising, mainly in the northern Negev, and wheat growing under partial irrigation may substantially reduce the need for meat and wheat imports. Local livestock production has made remarkable progress: seven years ago, barely 40 percent of the feed required was grown in Israel; but today, with more than twice as much livestock to be fed, all feed requirements are being met locally. With the coming year. Israel's agricultural planners look tothe development of the country's water resources to make possible the irrigation of larger and larger areas of the nation's farm land. Aided by Israel Bond dollars, the irrigation program has already made possible the completion recently of a huge 66 inch pipeline, bringing the waters of the Yarkon River to the northern Negev. This project alone is bringing 50,000 additional acres under irrigation. During the next twelve months. Israel, utilizing Israel Bond dollars, will continue to go forward with its nationwide conservation program, which includes the Huleh Valley and Kishon Valley proContinued en Pag* 12 F Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer and Family Extend Their Best Wishes TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Kelly's Drive-In Not Affiliated with any Other Drive-in Delicious Sandwiches Curb Service 1100 N.W. LEJEUNE ROAD Phone HI 6-7022 Phone 9-4944 Phone 88-6025 Peter Kent. Inc. 'Anything That's Good Enough to Sell Is Good Enough to Take Back" 176 W. Flagler SL and 1831 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 'CHARM For Your WINDOWS" ALL TYPES OF CORNICES COVERED OR PAINTED SLIP COVERS and REUPHOLSTERY Kin Company "On the Trail" 3473 S. W. 8th STREET Phone HI 6-6872 TOPS IN CORNICES Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Trucking 1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-3144 "The Finest of Foods at Reasonable Prices" LUNCHEONS 85c and 95c DINNERS 95c and up Henri's Restaurant Finest German-American Cuisine For four Comfort — Completely Air Conditioned 3101 PONCE 01 LEON BIVD. CORAL GABIES, FLA. Telephone HI 6-9346



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PAGE 10 B GREETINGS TO ALL ART-CEMENT MFG. CO. 2900 S.W. 28fh LANE^IAMJ .,, ?jQ b-1 ^*>ne HI 6-0853 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Riverside Hake Shop Mr. and Mrs. F. H Hasecke 104 Beacom Boulevard TO ALL. ..GREETINGS Williams Sign Company tVAUS THICKS WINDOW GOLD LtAf CARDS P4W CUT OUTS SILK SCKltN 455 EAST OKEECHOBEE ROAD Phone 88-3486 -Slants I TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MARIO HAIRDRESSER Hair Stylist 537 LINCOLN ROAD — 2503 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 82-8636 Hand Painted by Carrib r A K I IIII NOVELTY niMPA.W COMPLETE PLASTIC SOUVENIR LINE FOR ALL LOCALITIES • HAND PAINTED COMPACTS • JEWELRY • CIGARETTE CASES HARRY ROSEN BEN KAZAN 5 S.W. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RUBBER INC. Charles T. Spencer 159 N.E. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6201 Mr. Pumpernik sex: A Very Happy New Year To All • f RESTAURANT 67th & Collins Best Wishes for the New Year PdekM* by OIIICM Distinctive furnishinqs Lamps Carpeting Accessories Custom Made Draperies and Furniture We will gladly answer any el yaur decorating, problems Cwuuhini Decorator North Miami. Florida A. AND* !" -OR**. % 8 4l NE. U3th Street Telephone PL 9-0248 Stanley Howark Glicksman. first baby born at Mount Sinai, i fascinated by the candle on his first birthday cake. Six years later, Stanley's mother ttJ ri. dUclrsman. 200 SW* 17?h a^ Stanley'. collar a. he happily I*, FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR THE MOUNT HI RDM Continued from Pag* 2 B ran be no rest for the weary workers of Mount Sinai M the hospitals seventh year looms ahead. With the increasing needs of the future, the demands on our time, energy and facilities will be ever greater How shall we meet those demands? The most obvious reply is to construct as quickly as possible a new Mount Sinai Hospital on Collins Isle. In that regard, it is gratifying to report that we have sucr.sstuiiy completed the initial phase of the Development Fund Under the capable direction of Dan Ruskin and the yeoman efforts of his committee co workers, the Development Board has already garnered pledges totaling $1.700.000 to help finance the ultra modern 300-bed hospital so vitallyneeded. Perhaps you've seen the architects sketch of the new hospital Perhaps you've read the glowing description of its beauty of design and its adoption of latest ideas in hospital requirements Certainly you'll agree that manv of the handicaps under which Mount Sinai has labored should be entirely corrected when the new edifice is a reality. The antiquated communications system under which we are presently operating will give way to a newer one. where telephone messages are prompt in arrival, valuable time of doctors and nurses ,s sa ved and orders will be quickly transmitted and fulfilled. Complete comfort of patients js assured in the completely air conditioned hospital Each hospital bedroom will be on a par with the finest guest room >n any of our de luxe hotel palaces Greater production of work along with finer quality of performance can be reasonably expected within the more comfortable temperature controlled premise.. onsrruction of the hospital according to present jtajr hospital requirements will eliminate narrow Jialls and doors, problems which were frequently frustrating in our present physical setup note, however, that Mount Sinai managed I cally to maintain excellent operating suites, i_ laboratories, highly regarded deliver) rooatj pressive x-ray department and other vital I facilities despite the structural handicaps; which we have been operating since our j tion. There is s need, an overwhelming need, ftr) ter living and working conditions for our | nel in order to attract the talent in employe! is rightfully ours. It has been the cause of i_ despair in the past that employee tumowl been so extremely high Antiquated hviigi have driven many capable nurses and empiqsjj other areas just when their efficiency might I paid extra dividends here It's heartening to note, however, that the ] just concluded has witnessed a greater nunst^ key personnel staying on at Mount Sinai For! we are indebted to the recognition of their i by our capable administrative heads and the| ise of ever improving conditions as the net I ing takes form. With better conditions ahead for our staffs.! ter service is indicated for our patients Year-round employment, year-round presage the end of seasonal*peaks in patieatl icf. More and more it is becoming apparent I the peaks and valleys of our patient load ail appearing. Undoubtedly, there will always be a greats) tient load during the high visitor influx ail winter months in South Florida. Yet a lookatl summer services reveals that each year tail mands on Mount Sinai rise commensurate *< increase in population. For example, in t** 1 mer of 1854. there was a 51 per cent occupatti our hospital. This year, better than 85 l*f H 11 • • • • • • • • • Season's Greetings from JOE COHEN and MANNY SMITH your Hosts at • tfffffffatfll CORAL GABLES INSURANCE, INC *u roams or INSUKANCI \ 113 ALMERIA AVfNUf C0tAlM| •MSSS *0 ALL...6*tlTIM6S Uwe Ir.rh.rs Paints and Varnishes I. I. COMMONS, INC. AMA*W ifACH'S MOST UAUTIfUL | DINING K00M BEEF and BIRD A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Harris Refrigeration Company J. J. Harris I 33 W. FLAGLEH STREET Phono Ml 14



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rEMBER 16.1955 •JewlstifhricUan PAGE 3B Name for Determined JFS MRS LEO ACKERMAN, ,'ident, Jewish Family Service fcnuly Service exists to serve you. to [people of our community. Problems of lionship, perplexity in the raising of %  lings of personal unhappiness, the new adjustments in old age—these non problems of our day, to be found I in every ecoi \t Acktrman l.iomic group. I Jewish F a m ily [Service has set lup the programs, [the ways of help|ng, that can enjible you, your (relatives and your friends to deal more effectively with these I common, everyIday problems of I living. Out of fifty years of social agency e x perience in helping families and individuals, learning the lessons [that psychoanalysis and dynamic psychology I have taught, there has developed the imporprofession known as social casework, hderstand the human personality, how |ng grows and develops, how to solve lhal peP'p "ave in relationship with [the social caseworker stands ready to in the community. It is this kind of (d. sensitive, confidential, professional I Jewish Family Service offers you. ler it to be one of our more serious ems. and one that larger financial Be agency will not itself directly solve, are of this service is so little underknow many people who are in desperIhelp and refuse to avail themselves of pr major concern for next year and for to come. eeded is the development of a general jabout the desirability of getting prolip when it is needed. A common atfel> with too many people that it is prelail in their life relationships than to I HI perplexity in the process of t lally, such a readiness to fail is, I. tin • vr.iknesv Consequently. r broken marriages, too many unloved and rejected) old folks delost purpose, people are %  depressed We are all aware of the I in mental illness, the large numI the increase in juvenile delin|thi extent that we can. we will influnmunity to want a healthier and hapliving To the extent that we can, we le families who come to us to prevent |ch problems. This is the obligation and Jewish Family Service. nins year, we know that there will be of this help. In the first half of 1955. Work service to more than 200 families each month. A year from now. that number will be about 230. A new area of service created this year, the care of children that need to be removed from their own homes, is just bem# an nounced and developed. We know from our observations of the experience of other Jewish communi ties that there arc at leant 70 or 80 children not now known to Miami social agencies whose security and healthy development would require the use of child placement procedures. As there is increased awareness of the help that is available, it is hoped that the needs of many of these children will come to light; their families will choose help rather than continued neglect of these children's needs. As children needing adoption come to the agency, adoption placements will be made. The effectiveness, however, of how an agency like this can serve the child needing an adoptive home depends flatly upon community understanding of the importance of the social agency in guarding the rights of the child, natural parents, and adoptive parents. Together with other adoption agencies in Miami, we will endeavor to bring about that understanding and to win the cooperation of the other professions. In another important way, this service to children is dependent upon the good will, the sense of personal and social responsibility of the people of our community. The care of children who need to be placed away from home requires that foster homes be participants in the helping team. We are now appealing to the Jewish families of Greater Miami to become foster families. We need our emotionally mature neighbors, people able to extend to children their love for them, to open their homes to these children who need them. A very important new service that will come to mean much for many young people, and many adults as well, is our vocational counseling and guidance program. Our Vocational Service Department is already giving help to about 180 persons a month in the field of job placement. By this Fall, through the combined use of counseling and appropriate test procedures, we will be helping a number of teen-agers to choose more effectively in determining their future careers. With the cooperation of other community agencies, we will be making a beginning in the field of group guidance, Continued on Pago 15 B Vocational shop is part of JFS complex local programs. ^ I... p Happy New Yoar THOMAS SASSO YOUR NORTH MIAMI MAYOR "oiisAr cinriNcs "ItlMOPHl ic MOTORS Your Plymouth mni Oeiero DoaJor 2 AVENUE |>> w ood Mattrem (•mpanv SUltT TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS Patrick Crook The Latest ia Business Machines 1850 N.W. 36th STREET PHONE 654234 Hebrew National Restaurant & Delicatessen 1437 Washington Ave. "The Best in Kosher Food" NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS from the ;+ WALDMAN FAMILY Waldman Hotels iff CROWNMiami Beach VKTOR-Miami Beach MURIDA-long Beach, New York GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN MICKLER LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phones 83-0589 — HI 6-6417 1300 Ponce De Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA ^wwwwwwv, Happy Holiday Greetings from George E. Fox and the Entire Staff of • POOL • CABANA CLUB • COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED A FULL BLOCK ON THE OCEAN 32nd to 33rd STS. MIAMI BEACH wvww DUDLEY CAWTHON, INC. Air Conditioned • Hill Refrigerators and • Puffer-Habbard Reach-Ins • Bulman Steel Shelving • Biro Power Saws 24-HOUR SERVICE STORE PLANNING ENGINllRS Sales Service Market Fixtures 1034 N.W. 22nd St. Ph. 82-1671 A Happy New Year y Dubrow's Lincoln Cafeterias 330 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach Brooklyn. N. Y. % % % 



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PAGE 4 G #Pw/$#;Alpr/3ft>r FRIDAY, a 7' # \ Greetings To All Jewry On The New Year -v t \ „ Thv World's Most Exritina liar or t Frankfurters Salami Bologna Liverwurst t. r-nnon p frvtd> ~WD Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida Phones 3-0721-2 3-4224 Q r H^yB/H/H/H^/H/H/H/H/Z^H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/S/H/H/H/B 1 THE NEW YEAR Brings New Hopes... > and NEW PLANS! wmmMm mMWMMMlMBMmmww). I I 1 IS Reddy Kilowatt is doing his best to make EVERY New Year the happiest ever pushing ahead with Florida's greatest expansion program building Plants stringing new lines making Sunshine Service better and better ... for brighter, easier. Happier Florida Living. new 1% FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY "I behove that the people, rael are within reach of the* of economic self-sufficient the extent that we feki achieve this goal in the m ture. we shall be hasteaai independent, dignified ail realization of the basic idegW progressive domocracy ofj This remark was made by I Bond drive's new executm tor Dr. Joseph J. Schartj.| statement this week. Discussing the immediate ka x ities of the drive, Dr. Schvafl 'dared: "Although these are tat' I days of operation for the new! | sales organization, we i no delayin getting under 1 j As a result of the cooperation, concerned, there has been nj iruption in the campaign. 1 smooth changeover assuresan interupted functioning of owq paign machinery not only fj gjunod over ye*r j ^^ emergencies in •T' 0 ,^L_ the approval of the u^^gi War Refugee Board *£fl olWortdWarlliV'JJS" %  .fully throiigb JJJgdie, for the !" *Z*£vri mndM of J jSL and occupied Europe



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JMBER 16. 1955 -Jewish FlcrkJtor) PAGE 3 C Meaning o I orar talli on By PHILIP RUBIN point in the Rosh Hashona morning hed with the blowing of the Shofar, .id instrument made from the horn he entire congregation, standing, rethree times. There is then a hushed last as long as a minute. The the shofar-blower, his countenance ith to shut out worldly sights, is the "bimah" waiting for the er reader to give the signals. The ting the various notes that are to be given: Tekiah, Teruah, Shevarim. und throughout the synagogue while on still is standing. When the echo g note—Tekiah Gedolah—dies away, Her-prayer. n, who in Orthodox Jewish tradition, not obligated to attend prayer servpresent in synagogue when the nded. For the Shofar-blowing, the of the ram's horn, is a most sacred regarded as a divine summons to entance and improvement. "Just as Shofar to blow it, renew your deeds e," says the Talmud, ho have not been brought up in an •onment it may be news to learn that nth before the arrival of Rosh Hang the Jewish month of Elul — the nded every week-day at the conclumorning service in Orthodox synaduring that month the ram's horn is once and is only meant to announce period of repentance and to prepare the worshippers for it. It is only on a that Shofar-blowing becomes the religious service, assumes a central ounce-, the start of the Ten Days of )hile on Vom Kippur it is blown to t end of the period of penance, to proforgiveness for those who have truly liim with a contrite heart during this ft year the first day of Rosh Hashona Saturday, the Shofar will not be soundecond day. It may seem paradoxical of Sabbath observance should cancel fteri ritual. But those who have some I with Orthodox Jewish law (followed %  tent by Conservatives) know that any libath day is more surrounded with I than Rosh Hashona, that only Yom %  ore sacred than an ordinary Saturday I ii (led as "The Sabbath of SabHY cooking, smoking and the handling ftticl. i, permitted on Rosh Hashona, In (.n Saturday, and the handling of a |) ns to I).' one of the things which \ i> Sabbath. m hi interesting history behind it. ft was i^ed chiefly for signals of Ii i purposes—• a signal for the I' of pursuit, for the dismissal • the return home. When an imt such as the accession of a king to | lo be proclaimed the ram's horn' In.time a acquired more and more of pgnificance. Already as far back as Ithe First Temple it was sounded on f of Rosh Hashona and at the comi the Jubilee Year. It was frequently the worship of the Temple at Jeruition to other musical instruments. IOUS significance of the blowing of on New Year's Day was intensified when it came to be associated with the proclaiming of God's judgment of the world at the end of time It was still further deepened through the reminder of God's revelation on Mount Sinai when, according to the book of Exodus, the mighty tones of the Shofar caused the hearts of the people to tremble before the near presence of the Lord. And later on the prophet Isaiah declared that the future redemption of Israel, which was conceived of in connection with Israel's repentance, was to be announced by means of the Shofar. Then, too, another meaning was attached to the Shofar, a significance that goes back to the first book of the Bible, to Genesis. This is in connection with the Akedah, the binding of Isaac when his father Abraham offered to sacrifice him upon the altar, if this were to be Gods will; the rejection by God of Abraham's sacrifice of his and the sacrifice of a ram instead. Here the Shofar's connection with the binding of Isaac is intended, on the one hand, to secure the favor of God, and on the other hand to present to those who are repentant the image of the noble and self-effacing patriarch Abraham, the founder of Judaism. And so the sounding of the Shofar on the great festival of Rosh Hashona has through the ages gained a manifold importance replete with strong religious significance. It has become the great symbol of individual penance, of God's forgiveness and also of Jewish national redemption. "Teka be'shofar gadol le'herutainu," "sound the great Shofar for our liberation," one of the Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur prayers implores God. No Jewish child that is taken to the synagogue on Rosh Hashona can fail to be impressed, even stirred, by the ritual of the sounding of the Shofar. No Jewish boy or girl of elementary school age whose health permits him or her to be present should be kept at home during this service. It's part of our children's Jewish education, an impression of Judaism, a stirring of the child's emotions that will remain in its memory forever after. Even Continued on Pg 15 C The sounding of the Shofar has become the great symbol of individual penance, of God's forgiveness and also of Jewish redemption. HHCm U$T WISHES fOK TNI NEW |M %  i l b e r t B. Schwartz f nd MRS. WILLIAM AGRANOVE 960 Boy Drive. Miami Btach I Extend Best Wishes for the New Year to their Friends and Relatives N Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer I EXTEND TO THEIR MANY PRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES |EST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR A HAfpy NEW run ro AIL DIAMOND-BERK INSURANCE AGENCY 1120 S.W. 3rd AVENUE Phoaei 12 7*94 9-75M A NAPPf NEW YtAK JO ALL J. S. Asburv REALTM 76S • 41 • SHEET 1-0*4* GREETINGS CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS Immediate Delivery JACK SWERDLIN 4490 S.W. 74th A venue-Off Bird M. Phone MO 1 7696 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS II. •!. Wainwright A Sons 3135 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove Phone 83-1621 SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIEHDS AND PATRONS Johnny Electric Co. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 9524 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami Phone MU 1 1301 M. B. f-ARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone MI 6-0836 TO ALL GREETINGS Dixie Gas Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL KING FINISH PLASTER CO. 1 LIME • COLORED PLASTER { Phone: 3-2031 260 N. W. 27th Street Miami, Honda



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bEPTEMBER 16. 1955 +JelshF3oridttorj PAGE 9 D fs New Prospects in 5716 By MILTON BROWN Mar in Israel starts with a new gov .fl'ecting the senliments of the Israeli I, pressed in the latest elections to withe third parliamentary election since Ehment of the Jewish State. L, which has just concluded has witEd, in progress in the development of State, ami all indications point to the fch progress will be intensified during year. / Itrance into the new year is also being noticeable improvement in the attitude ,ite,| States toward Israel. While the has ju-t passed was considered by many j bich W ashington has displayed strong fcntiments. the sentiment in Washington gives reason to believe that the antiV\ which prevailed in certain government [definite!: >-ubsidiflg. The possibility of [iion "f a" American-Israel security pact r; .e el ill'' i i >' ,;,r %  also,not excluded. n nr~ tin new year with a record of Dgnized by 62 countries and of being in 48 ol I hem. In 37 countries Israel diplomatic missions, five of which are I(United States. United Kingdom, France, (ion and Canada). Two Israel missions |ed to the United Nations, one at the Headquarters and one at the United uropean office in Geneva. beginning of 1955 the total population | stood at 1,717.834, of which 1,52(1,016 Ot) were Jews and 191,818 (11 percent) mainly Moslem Arabs. At the dawn of ewi-h year the population figure is rapidehing the 2 million mark. The natural increase in recent years was 30-35,000 At the beginning of 1955, too, 15 perke active Jewish population was engaged llture, compared with 12.6 percent in ] 42 percent in industry, mining, eonstruc[ transportation. the year Israel's national income to 1.426 million pounds, as compared million pounds in 1963. National in[ capita increased from 666 pounds during KIt the beginning of 1955, 15 percent of %  we Jewish population was enqaqed culture. ". v Exports reached a level of S88.0C3.0OO, more than 100 percent increase over the 1952 level. .*' 1954 to 843 pounds ($444) at the beginning of 1955. Less than half of this increase reflected changes in prices. The rest represented a net increase in the average level of productivity in the Israel economy. Compared with 1950, real national income increased by about 60 percent and real per capita income by about 20 percent. Following the large increases in production and the new economic policy initiated in 1952. the inflationary pressures in the economy, caused by the mass immigration and long-term overhead investments, were considerably checked. In agriculture the cultivated area increased from 412,500 acres in 1948-49 to 925.000 acres early in 1955. During the same period the irrigated area almost trebled from 72.500 to 200.000 acres. A $40,000,000 60-mile Yarkon-Negev pipeline, diverting the waters from the River Yarkon. north of Tel Aviv, to the parched land of the Negev, was nearing completion. During the year, industrial production rose by 20 percent, while industrial manpower increased by 10 percent. At the beginning of 1955 exports reached a level of $88,000,000. more than 100 percent increase over the 1952 level and a 50 percent increase over the 1953 one. while imports, which reached a peak of $343,000,000 in 1951. declined to $290,000,000 at the beginning of 1955. During the year. Israel established a market for her exports in 16 new countries and earned $29,000,000 from invisible exports, partly from the 38,661 tourists who visited the country in the course of the year. Since the establishment of the Jewish State, many mineral resources have been discovered, chiefly in the Negev. Today, the mineral wealth of the country consists of the following principal natural resources: potash, caustic soda, magnesium, bromine, rock phosphates, ceramic clays and glass sand, feldspar, manganese, copper, iron ores and mica. As regards progress in transportation, the total length of broad gauge railroad lines was 220 miles Continued on Pag* 10 D U • •. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WALL REALTY COMPANY iL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 251 N.W. 14th STREET A Happy New tear U Onr ASmny friends mmi fafrans EVEREADY SALES AND SERVICE 539 COiltNt AVfNUI Miaul JE I 4702 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO MY MANY FRIENDS R. J. SHEPARD CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI BEACH HARRIS FOOII PRODUCTS Extends New Year Greetings Manufacturers and Distributors MAYONNAISE • PICKLES • CONDIMENTS • SPICES 4421 N.W. 23rd Avt. Miami, Florida Ph. 64-9747 If 51 WISHES YELLOW CAB CO. (formerly Checker Cab) MIAMI-Phana 2-4141 MIAMI BEACH-JE 1-3411 T* All ... A Moif Happy New Year DENMARK'S ART STONE Structural—Ornamental Modern Mantels — Garage Grills — Garden Seta — Pettary — Stone — Plaster 12351 N.W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE W-4529 ERIC G. DIE I SI II PAINTING AND DECORATING • 658 N.W. 19th STREET PHONE 65 1912 II. 1^ ICO It I III SON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street r 0 MANT K WJ U W,W W A NAPPT NEW TEA* (SUPERIOR WINDOW COMPANY l *WACTURERS OF ALUMINUM WINDOWS 5300 N.W. 37th AVENUE SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency. Inc. PHONE 2-1111 1140 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami *y GREETINGS ARE EXTENDED WITH THE SINCERE AND FERVENT WISH FOR GENEROUS BLESSINGS OF GOOD AND HAPPINESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. • RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL MIAMI Edward T. Newman Funeral Director MIAMI BEACH Abe Eisenberg Treasurer !i<



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HISTORY IN SECULAR m RELIGIOUS ART MIAMI, FLORIDA (ewklbJEII-oicildlilaiR FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 SECTION D THE WRITER'S TABLET SINCE 5715 ewish Art Vision Through The Ages [dolman's Pipe & Stool Co. and ithan Adelman larlos Adelman [v Covorman AND FAMILIES EXTEND TO ALL U HAPPY NEW YEAR •SON'S cmriNGS JIRE'S PURE OIL SERVICE fitmptntts it Our Motto 4 Service — Repair Work Tire and Batttry Service Celled lor and Delivered fret 3721 W. FIAGLER STREET Phone 831407 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & COMPANY, Inc cmplete Abstract and Insurance Sarrica I ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenua MIAMI BEACH • IIIT I N G | tadio Doctors y.h Miami • (oral Gables Southwest Sec tier* HO i mtVISION SERVICE 15736 S. KM HIGHWAY Phone MO 16877 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR i flavor and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and Family A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL OVR FRIENDS AMD PATRONS Elnita Fashions Manufacturers of Batter Dresses 235 N.W. 25th STREET • MIAMI Phone 9-3446 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Toubes A Happy Maw Year U All Oar friends and Patrons #*Voro*?* Milenott Sehool ot ttailet 251 PALERMO AVENUE CMAL GABLES Phone HI 8 5462 TO ALL GREETINGS Bash Distributing Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone 3-4623 GREETINGS P ei s Roofing Company P rried on continuously I lg 20 thru "booms." £•**" and hurriIn a great many 1 has maintained roof* h e sam e families and f es ,hru tw o generations. J= re not "Super-roofers" r e mak e every effort to m w r'hy job. We con: ,hQ t when we install a A 3 our responsibility T has 0u 'l'ved the term r 8 ,0r w hich the claw Kl w s intended. Sin cerely yourg# Bill Palmer Phone 3-6244 ". Many of these scribes were accomplished, if rather 'frustrated' artists: they spent perhaps as much as ninety-five percent of their time painstakingly copying holy texts onto parchment. But occasionally they would allow themselves the luxury of dipping pen or brush into colored ink into water colors. ." or COMPASSION RATHER THAN MR* LEADS THE MODERN ARTIST IN HIS QUEST TO RECORD A WORLD IN WHICH JEWRY HAS NOW FOUND ITS PLACE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ItVrson Co. Wholesale Distributors Ladies' and Children's Wear 212 N.W. 1st COURT FASHION MART BUILDING Phone 9-5912 By FRED RENNER • 5715 will go down in American Jewish history as a particularly fruitful and eventful year in the fine arts field. Tins is laigely due to the fact that within the framework of the Tercentenary cele brations, three major exhibitions in New York and scores of smaller ones in cities from Maine to California revealed to the public the genius of our painters, sculptors, graphic artists and skilled craftsmen. There was the imposing "Contemporary Fine Arts Exhibit'' which opened at Now York's Riverside Museum, and later toured the country. It provided an extensive survey of the major art is tic trends in mld-20th century America, and con Uined examples of work on a high level of taste and craftsmanship. While all of the artists were Jews, no stipulation was made on "Jewish" subject matter, and artists were free to submit landscapes, portraits, still lifes, or complete abstractions. Thus even artists who never concerned themselves with the so-called Jewish motif were able to show. Such an exhibition calls for much preparatory spadework: artists far and near had been invited to send in work for the consideration of a jury: out of nearly eight hundred pieces submitted, sixtyeight oils, water colors, pastels and gouaches, as well as sixteen sculptures were selected. CelebrittM such as Gross, Levine. Lipschitz. Rattner. Shahn, Zorach were represented, but there were also younger men and women, who had only recently begun to show, or had never been appreciated publicly before, and to see their fresh and Continued on Page 11 D Holiday Greetings SIGHTSEEING GLASS BOTTOM BOAT COMRADE II Tries Daily 10:30 a.m. and 2:00 .i Chamber ef CesiMnerce Decks 5th end ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Pfcene JE 8 3922 SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL TEFFT'S GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 3546 Coral Way 83-6112



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PAGE 10 H ^JmistrkHdHii) FRIDAY. won row nnr? THE PRESIDENT AND OFFICERS OF Congregation Beth Tfilah 935 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Extend To All Its Members, Friends and Worshippers, Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year YISKOR SERVICES 11 A.M. Monday, Sept. 26th ISRAEL DIAMOND, r Yaj HsBl The Officers and Members oi the IliakVah-Miaiiii Spring* .1'wish <>iric 1 1 -We herewith extend our best withes to our beloved founder and Spiritual Leader RABBI ISAAC HIRSH EVER and HIS FAMILY our Cantor and Hebrew tducalional Director FISHEl LUTMAN and HIS FAMILY Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organisation, Seat Holders, as wed as to oil our well-wishers in Greater Miami MAT THE NEW YEAR BRING THE REALIZATION OF ALL OUR HOPES, COMPLETE fttDlMPTION TO OUR flOfll and a SOLUTION TO AffLICTfD HUMANITY Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute 7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH David Hermon, Pres. Judge Charles Gertler, Chairman of the Board SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL Esther Lerman, Pres. GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13630 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY The Rabbi, Officers. Board of Directors and the Entire Staff of THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community NEART/EST NtW YEAR GREETINGS from the MIAMI BEACH ISRAEL ZIONIST DISTRICT HERBERT R. LINICK, ftmUu* ifs the "far the Fin.it in Ceftrtrio Food" DADE CAFETERIA, INC. Ill N.I. 3rd Avenue-Opposite Greyhound Bus Station DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS 40c t. 50c 11 am u j Breakfast 7:15 t. 9:45 ..m. D M 4 t.'| : 'l 5 p.*'"' MIAMI'S JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS EXTEND Iturtuu at Jvuitth Education Program i,, r Continued from Page 9 H drive Jewish illiteracy from American-Jewish adult life The Bureau's plan calls for the creation of a staff of specialized adult education instructors, to calls for the creation of special adult materials; be partially subsidized by Bureau funds—the plan all of which calls for greater efforts on the part of the Bureau and more adequate funds to meet legitimate educational demands. The cry of teacher shortage is national, in both general and Jewish education. How long will Miami be dependent on northern teacher-training schools for its necessary corps of Hebrew end Sunday School teachers? For the past three years, the Bureau has offered a three-semester course in teaching methods to post-confirmation students and others, leading to a license to teach in the Sunday Schools of Greater Miami; a code of practice for Sunday School teachers was enacted last year defining qualifications of such teachers as well as minimum salary scale and other regulations. For the past three years, the Bureau has been offering a short course for beginner Hebrew teachers, a tenweek Seminar for all Hebrew teachers, as well a two courses in its College of Jewish Studies. Contacts have been made with the University of Miami for special courses for both Hebrew and Sunday school teachers, partially subsidized by Bureau scholarships I'nless sufficient funds and personnel arc made available for a Jewish teacher training school, the Jewish community may shortly he forced to clOM MMM of its new and beautiful school ttructora because of lack of sufficient teaching personnel to implement the hopes of synaue builders Essential to the implementation of secondary and adult education program is an adequate Jewish library, -tailed with a librarian to promote the circulation of hook-, to plan cooperative book distribution with schools, CNigregationi and Jewtah organizations; and to catalog* a tag volumes. Bureau budget ill vide for only a part ..me cVr ^ library, recently renovated a„ d C* in its English, Yiddish and HetT* need a full-time librarian so th7' may stimulate Jew.sh cultural community. While natural growth in Populatioa i return to religion may in S ure7Z' tion at the Jewish schools, m,^ standards and vision for the futurTZ alone on the professional staff of iv.<>U not he afforded any opportunity to exploit the subject as a means of spreadrejudice and intolerance i The ADL baliewei that programming and education with reaped to furthering understanding and reaped for the ideals, heliefs. customs, and festival! and hob itoyi oi Judaian i> of high Importance m a meaningful community relations program The League will accordingly continue such educational end programmatic during the ensuing year as m previous years 7 One of the inundations „f the ADL is that relating to its tact finding work, whereby continuum research and documentation of the organized Mate movement is maintained Careful watch and consistent exposure of organized bigotry in Florida has been an important phase of the ADL program in the State ADL fact finding activities will be maintained during the year ahead. 8 There will he during the year ahead continuing implementation of the ADL broad i cational program designed to further fat] group understanding and human relation ation. understanding and participation iathef and principles of American democracy lot on its educational program, the League 1 tinue to work with other human relalkmj] schools, colleges and universities. :hu ans organizations, the press, radio ana 1 other institutions and community %  groups. I The ADL in Florida as elsewhere asl work made more difficult because of to! financial resourci Additional staff, bssj -miial and clerical m the Florida Ret* is of primary importance in order to i sonnel positions which were elimmasssj budgetary reductions Similarly, the need of additional audiovisual equip is utilized in the carrying out of its i program. The ADL believes that opportunity *\ to make significant inroads for the renadj criminatory barriers and full enjoyiwast rights and blessings of American denMflWJ RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL LERER Wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers RABBI and MRS. DAVID SHAPIRO ^SJ-Sfff Wl4h lor a HAPPY NEW YEAR to the members of TEMPLE SINAI The Jewtah Community Center Hollywood. Florida *< to All Jewry 802 W. DI LTDO DRIVE MIAMI BIST AMD H-trM W I S N t S fOI Mr. and Mrs. Amniln Bi* f Al lieles 'am Aleer Deia FriesIre tevis Ue RiceerSi Mattk iriwkr rbeeeera teaevski DevM ttekia Merfcert OeeW ill Cehea Hewer* leiUy J. FerdieeiiS H. isfcw*



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PAGE 10 A ^i^i.tn^HHr Fridc A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year To All Our Friends and I'utiotis HOME OF ABC GLASS JALOUSIE WINDOWS AND DOORS 193rd ST. & BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 816-2676 Mitf Arltitt Shopif Miss Shapiro Plans Nov. 21 Weeding The engagement f Arlenc Sandra Shapiro to Morton Jules Guttermun was announced by her mother, Mrv Jeanette Shapiro, of Miami, and the late Philip Shapiro at a cocktail party honoring the couple last Sunday. Arlei. is ;i KrarluMe of Miami lenior High and attended the University of Miami. She is now em ployed by the law firm of Shapiro and Fried on Miami Beach. The future bridegroom, the son ill Mr Hid Mrs. Sol Gutterman, of Miami Beach, graduated from Miami Beach Senior High and the i rsity of Miami. He did yraduate work at the UniwiMtv of Maryland and is a member ol Gamma Theta Upsilon fraternity He is now a military intelligence research specialist with the United States Government in Washington. The wedding date is set for Nov. 27 on Miami Beach. I • • i l • i I l • • • • i I i • i I t • i t i I i i i I i t t • • i i i ( t i • i t i i t i i t i i IRMA and SAUL HERMAN OF THE HOTEL DINING ROOM Extend Heartiest Good Wishes for the New Year To Their Many Friends • t I I i I t • I t I t I t I I t • t !! 11 II Fall Wedding For Miss Schwartz A fall wedding 'being planned by Lola Krannne Schwartz and Martin A Spritzer The encasement i^ announced to d*j b) tier parents, Mr and Mrs. J. \v Schwartz, 2240 SW 16th ter. Lola Is a graduate ol the Univorsit) <>f Michigan, currently employed at .1 Halter Thomp-nn Compan) Martin, an attorney-at-law, ia %  graduate ol Rutgers Universit) and Harvard Law School He la a member ol Phi Beta Kappa and past superior Hi phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is sun ol Mr and Mrs Benjamin Spritzer, Hialand Park. N j and in the insurance business in New York „ ... ..... .. Beth fmeffc Sisterhood Meet Devoted to High Holy Days ^ Special meeting of Beth Kmeth To Our Many Friends and Customers Sisteri u Wednesday was devoted to a High Hol) Daj program BEST WISHES FOII THE NEW 1 r \H *" S,;,nl, '> Gtater Ppared a 1 nolidaj table aasiated by Mrv Alvm (awn Mrs Norman Tartakow MIAMI WHOLESALE CORPORATION Jj',;,! e h r Named to the board of director! MR. and MRS. DANIEl SEROTT mi DAUGHTERS L^ T'luTZ,^' mill let. Schmmrt, 20 Years for Spinoza forum Contentment—How to Achieve it: 1 will be the topic of Dr. Abra ham Wolfsons third lecture in a series on "The Pursuit of Happiness Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct. This will mark the 20th consecutive year of lectures and discussions at the Spinoza Forum. TO Alt SfASOM'S MEETINGS WRIGHTSON TYPESETTING INC. 219 N.W. 24th STIIET MIAMI, FLORIDA To All ...A Most Happy \etr Year RICHARD W. DAVIS CHAS. A. NEIL WILLIAM S. NEIL A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS VANDERBILT HOTEL 2009 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Mr. o*d Mr,. Mfa NetwRw Mr. o.i Mr,. S~ W.i,,. • k i Mill Eletner S.I*, Eleanor Mel Fia, On His Vacation, Eleanor Charlotte KitJ mon met Gerome "mM dance on his second nifttfj week vacation here. Gerome has decided to i ami his permanent hone.i the couple are engaged Eleanor is the daugaan*) Ruth Solomon. 2426 St! Miami. Gerome s parents are t, Mandells. of Bridgeport I She attended Miami I was a member of the Gotdl itans Her fiance went to i Bridgeport and is not with Olin's. The couple plan a DetL ding at the West fm'i Center S C H 0 0 I HAPPT NEW TEA! TO Mil f AtENTS AW nm Nursery Throujh Hi|kl 75-oot Pool on SOMSHJ Beautiful CimM 1010 WEST AVE. Al A HAPPY AND PRC NEW YEAR TO Attj from THE PUTT tkOB Del Prado Hi Phone MU 8 3611 Neil-Davis Concrete Co., Inc. • Crane Service • Ready Mixed Concrete • Concrete Placing and Finishing 4152 L 11th AVENUE HIALEAH, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Sol's Strictly Kosher Meat & Poultry Market • Finest Quality Utmost Courtesy • Free Delivery 7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE UN 66226 U""r hBBBMMM •. AOU0ATN ISRAEL VAAO HAKASHHUTH I WHOLESALE PRICES ON MEATS ft POULTRY FOR FREEZERS We also carry a foil lint of Birds lye hosted foods USV LIVmo VAltftS



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SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 +Jewisti fkriUir PAGE 3 H o7o (III We Say U 777ost (Happy Tlew JJear ie Auxiliary at Mount Sinai By MR S. LOUIS GLASSER given individual Iraining and attention, have all L women's Auxiliary Mount Sin.. Hospital successfully passed the examinations for Florida State Board Practical Nursing licenses. Much credit is due Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, RN MA, as director of education of the school for her guidance of these embryonic nurses. The hospital's cooperation in the program is not to be minimized. Yet to me, the work of the Auxiliary, the service performed by our women, is far greate