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The Jewish Floridian ( April 12, 1946 )

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%  H s llllllll Illllll Itewiislb-IEIliOipidliiaun HE JEWISH UNITY F THE JEWISH WEEKLY I9IOTM BER 15 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1946 PRICE: FIFTY CENTS III JEWS IASHINGTON (JTA)—Rapid C re -,ettiement in Palestine of [remaining 10u,"00 Jews in Lny and Austria was rerfcended by Judge Simon H. fcnd, special advisor on Jcwfaffaii''to G( m ral Joseph T. liarn.-y upon completion of his Imonihs servii in Germany, las disclosed this week by the T Department. Judge Rifkind L.tly returned to the United to resumi his duties as Statedist judge for I southern district of New issuing the mi mnrandum, %  War Department stated that fcprescnted "only the personal p" of Judge Rifkind and was released "as the comment [qualified observer on a mat1 which then ; is been subpublic interest." kfkind emphasizi d that the tern of displaced Jews "is Jally insoluble v, ithout Pales|" which, he is the sol" of the majority of Jews in many and A istria Disintelon has already begun and Vapidly spn nd. and less the world lb prepared impately to make a place for .it will drive I despair and this handful of a dcciI people. All • :' them have me earnest w is] to be quit %  ope, and must ol them have lother compelling desire, to pte to Palestine"' deration Makes pditional Grants Konal allocati ns of $15,766 I mate by the Greater Miami P Federatiw. budget comf Tuesday nigl •., according jmis Klass, 1 itive direcyn^grants were made from T* 1 *-mbined Jew ish Appeal pwey fund, following rePofagenne, ,, ]1( cla am pity funds. fc a ". m ade to Fer Miami Vaad HakashtS? w lllr "'" % % %  58,400 for rodendmgix.vinber. 1946. kZ W f Were additional ffa.h J UW f r HIAS ; KL? e # M ami Y; $1,416 for f r of Jewish Education; Kj N ^nal Jewish H^JJ.ndSi.000 forth. fc f ir i ? ration pr b PBisr.niT .. L rew Sheltering fc l ( ? f ,dS, l '''-V. which ^'oc^'^, throughout Y £Z a, ;i ,,lli "'<'ns for destine United States h ] Ci t a is* 9 t he 0(s "PPortn '? ld ,ts Pro^ 'nsci,' n Shanghai < &•* ^ Shapi ro Governors to Speak Here Arnall Slated for Temple Forum Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia, proponent of the new liberalism in the South, will speak at Temple Israel, Thursday evening, May 2, under the auspices of Town Hall of the Men's club of Temple Israel, according to an announcement made Wednesday by Arthur S. Kahn and Herbert U. Fcibelman, cochairmen. Gov. Arnall will speak in place of Erika Mann, actress daughter of Thomas Mann, who was to have appeared on the Town Hall series here April 23. Miss Mann had to cancel the engagement because of illness. Subject of Gov. Arnall's address will be "The Shore Dimly Seen," which will be the title of his new book soon to be published. Those holding tickets for Miss Mann's lecture may use them to attend ihe governor's address, Mr. Feibelman said. Persons who do not hold season books may procure tickets at the door or by calling the Temple Israel office, 9-1757. Miami Zionists To Hear Caldwell WH I T E PAPER, E GOV. MILLARD CALDWELL Refugees Barred From Leaving Italy The Honorable Millard F. Caldwell, governor of the State of Florida, has accepted an invitation from the Miami Zionist district to be guest speaker at their annual testimonial dinner Thursday evening, April 25, according to Hyman Sootin, district president. The banquet, which will benefit the Zionist expansion fund and the Jewish National fund, will be held at Lilley's restaurant. A supporter of the Zionist movement, Gov. Caldwell will discuss some phase of Zionism in his speech. A cultural program has o'llso been arranged for the dinner. Reservations for the affair may be made with Harry Gordon, phone 9-1436, or Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2-1864. The program committee consists of Rabbi Max Shapiro, Jerome Weinkle, Harry Gordon, Hyman Sootin, I. S. Shapoff. Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Schwartz are in JWV May Hold Convention Here Miami Beach may be the scene of the 1946 Jewish War Veterans' convention in August, if negotiations with the national office are successful, according to an announcement made this week. Dr. Maurice Klein, commander of the Freda Mirkowitz post, and the convention committee have been meeting with Thomas Smith, Beach publicity director, to make arrangements. Meanwhile, the Freda Markowitz and Miami Beach posts will sponsor a four-bout boxing show this evening at Flamingo Park for the benefit of the fund to build a new post home. At a meeting of the Miami group Monday, the annual dance was postponed till February, 1947. It was announced that the post's blood bank is now classed as one of the best in Dade county. The service officer, Jack Burd, has asked that veterans contact him at 329 N. W. Third st., phone 2-4374, for information pertaining to the GI bill of rights, hospitalization and other veterans' problems FLORIDIAN CLOSES FOR PASSOVER Due to ihe Passover holiday, the offices and plant of lh Jewish Floridian will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17. All copy for next week's edition must be in by 5 p.m. Monday. The Passover holidays will be ushered in Monday evening with services at local houses of worship. For details of Passover services Monday evening, Tuesday and Wednesday, sea page 14. LA SPEZIA, Italy, April 9 (JTA)—The 1,040 Jewish refugees who were detained here as they were preparing to embark on the J c harge of arrangements. Italian steamer "Fede" for Pales-1 tine, toduy were on the second day of a hunger strike in protest against the authorities* refusal to permit the ship to depart. The refugees, who are confined on the "Fede," announced their determinrtion to remain until the ship proceeds to Palestine. Only Palestine to Get Funds for DPs JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dissolution of the Jewish Agency was recommended to the Anglo-American Inquiry committee by the Palestine government, David Ben Gurion, chairman of the agency executive, asserted this week. Ben Gurion, who spoke before a conference in Haifa of the Palestine Labor party, said that the government's memorandum to the committee included a proposal for continuance of the White Paper and abolishment of Hebrew and Arabic as official languages. Meanwhile, preparations have already begun here to convert Palestine into the largest British stronghold in the Middle East, following the expected withdrawal of Empire forces from Egypt on May 1. Military authorities announced the signing of contracts with local construction firms for the building of huge camps in the vicinity of Gaza. Wages on these projects will amount to $4,000,000. At the same time, it is revealed that (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Intergovernmental Committee on children under 17, of whom there Refugees has decided to allot are a handful, and pregnant wo$25,000,000 for the rehabilitation men numbering about 100 of the in Palestine of displaced Jews 340 women aboard, are exempt from Europe, it was announced from the hunger strike. I here this week by Dr. Bernard Jewish community leaders here Joseph, legal advisor of the Jewhave telegraphed to the Pope, as ish Agency. The sum was made well as to the American. British available to the refugee commitand Soviet ambassadors at Rome, tee by the Allied Reparations and members of the Anglo-Amercommittee ican Inquiry committee now Addressing a press conference, meeting at Lausanne, appealing Dr. Joseph said thrt the Jewish to them to intervene on behalf of Agency considers the $25,000,000 the detained refugees. to be only a small fraction of the Dr. Umbcrto Nachon, reprereparations due the Jewish peosentative in Italy of the Jewish pie for property looted from Jews Agencv for Palestine, left today in Europe. The Agency is defor Genoa to confer with ofmanding all German property in (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) THE STORY OF PASSOVER Depicted in Story and Picture* Pages 17-32 Illustration of the "Crossing of the Red Sea" by Arthur Syzk, internationally known artist, reproduced with the permission of the International Jewish Encyclopedia. Excerpts from the "Story of Passover" used through the courtesv of the author. A. N. Alexander, and the publishers, the International Silver Co. Text arranged by Rita Grossman, news editor. The Jewish Floridian. Typography by Thomas Lindsay Moore. Copyright release, Max R. Silver. Home for Aged to Build Accommodations for 40 Fxcnnsion of the Dresent quarters of the Jewish Home lor the Aged of Greater Miami was recently approved by "the Board of Directors due to the urgent need and the increased applicahonii filedI wrt -^ ^ jgm ^ e proposed addition, construction of which will be started as '" nossible according to a statement made by the board. Plans for the addition have k~n nr*nared b'v August Swarz, architect. The new section, which will accommodate 40 more ?ueS wUl be erected adjoining the present Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave. I i r1 %  1 1 i ( r i 1; I t I I



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fJenlstUvrldlan PAGE TWO faUo-riaMy tffieaHng, mTHollender [ WEDDING UNITES MISS GOLDMAN.M ^ To Wed Chaplain Bobby Berlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Berlin. 324 S. W. 23rd ave., is vacationing from Bolles Military academy, Jacksonville. ... Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen have returned from Key West to make their home here and are living at 334 Euclid ave., temporarily Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg are stopping at the Royal Palm hotel for a few weeks before going to Birmingham, Ala., to make their home. Mr. Greenberg was just released from the Army after a year overseas in Europe and three and a half years in service. Mrs. Greenberg met him in Atlanta on his return from overseas Mrs. Greenberg's mother, Mrs Sam B. Miller, was called to New Haven this week by the death of her sister, Lena cher, Friday. Mr. Miller will join her in Connecticut after visiting his son, Murray, in Memphis and from there they will go to Hot Springs for a vacation Newlvweds, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stein, of Waterl Conn., are stopping at the Strath Haven hotel. Mr. Stein was recently released from the service ... Mr and Mrs. Albert Seiden, -1410 Nau!: have taken their son, Ronnie, tc Biloxi, Miss. THE PARTY SCENE Mr. and Mrs. I Marks will hold open house at their home, 5930 N. Bay id., from 8 till 11 p.m. Sunday in honor of their brother and new sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mis. Murray Marks, who were married last Wednesday. The bride is the former Pauline Blumberg. Miss Lane, 3420 R Pa! Su:,day at a luncheon and handkerchief shower give Miss Roslyn T her former University ci roommate, at the Ri'.z Carlton I Miss Lane's marnaqe to S v mour Siege'., Micmi Beach realtor, will take place S*and Mrs. Frank Glazer, 852 Jefferson ave.. was hostess at a recent luncheon for Mr. and Mis. I. Werner'., who have returned to Chicago. Out-of-town quests included Mrs. J. Daks, Mrs. A. Schwartz and Mrs Herman, ot Chicago, and Mrs. R. Newman, of New York • A double birthday was celebrated Sunday at the Colloid hotel when Miss Do.othyRader and her brother, Lt. William Rader. geve a dinner P> tv lcr their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roder. 1667 Washington eve' Miss Marilyn Goodman, dauahter of Mr. and Mis. S A Goodman, 6780 Harding ave., entertained her friends Sunday at the Versailles hotel on the occasion of her 15th birthday ... Mr. and Mis. Samuel Solodar vi ddmg it Fan and Bill's last week.' Guests included Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Folk. Monroe Solodar and Mrs Max er %  • • „... A "Model University %  • will be chosen at a fashion show and contest, to be staged by Alpha Epsilon Phi soionty t->monow afternoon at th< hotel Buddy Allen las been named executive di%  of the foithcoming Miss beauty ] ageant to be held in May' by the Miami h Jaycees. Winner will be the Florid in the annual America contest this summer in Atlantic City %  • Miss Marilvn Coleman has ed to Miami following two year? as a staff sergeant in the WAC. Overseas 18 months, she served with the air transport command in England and France. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Goldstein, 1864 S W. 24th 'ter. HOME AND ABROAD Mrs Milton Dreyfus will leave Sunday for a vacation in New York Mrs. Fanny Herman Meridian ave, to her new home at 849 Douglas rd. Julius Grauer returned to New York this week after snending five days here. During his stay, he attended t le installation of his son, Rabbi Murray Grauer, as spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Mr. The May 2 wedding of Miss ,.,,,'(, Hollender and Chaplain ,:, r will climax a romanca during the recent .,,„ Jewish Appea cami n both were speaker! Youth Rally. v nouncement of Hi-' < %  >*; : appr total marriage was m ,de this week by he bride,;,,,-, ,,.,,:,;. Dr. and Mrs. A. eeave. Hi llei l< %  was recently re. d ,,,,,, th WAC after serving twi % %  % %  ; a f'Y E .,, „ bachelV.. d< ce from the University ,,, C | and attended John ol in Chicago and th Univ. rsity of Miami. s ;• native of lino, when I arents reHi • ''' "' th '' l ',' \, A York, the h Theological Seminary and : university Law school. He : iate work at univei lity. In service : olds the rank on Wave from 1 c mmunity CcnPark, N.J. Hollender is now visiting ;,. sler Field, Bi-.: here hi was recently transferred after serving at g I. • The wedding will be d dub in Chicago. COMMITTEE NAMED Max Oiovitz nt of the : Jewish Federation has announced appointment of nine people to serve on the Hillel Advisory council, representing Fi di i .ituin. The nil i are Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. S:.,nl.y C. Myers, Carl Weinkle. Monte Selig, Leon Kaplan. Abe Cannes, Elry Stone and Isaac Levin. KING BAKE SHOP 1894 S. W. 8th Street FINE PASTRIES Cakes for Special Occasions Birthdays—Weddinqs Try Our Delicious Chocolate A. PAPIER, Pi PHONE 9-3924 PASSOVER GREETINGS TAFT HOTEL 1040 Washington Ave. Miami Beach ETHEL L. ROTHLEIN Habla usted Espanol? If you're heading for Cuba or South America in the near future, you'll be interested in DECCA'S SPANISH COURSE s 40 COMPLETE NSGTUWEST IT H25 77 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 78-3212 In Harry Brown's best seller "A WALK IN THE SUN" with l.I.OYD BRIDGES GEORGE TYNE HUNTS HALL STERLING HOLLOWAY It's fun to learn to speak Spanish by records. The entire record album is in P'ay" form, with each record containing an "act." Also in the set a Spanish textbook and vocabulary builder. Get ready now for that visit to our neighbois to the South MAIN STORK | .<" %  %  H u Following a honeymoon trip to Nassau, Mr. and Ma] 1. Simon are making their home in Miami. Their i wedding ceremony was an event of March 31 at Temps! with Rabbi Saul Appelbaum officiating. 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APRfl12, 19 46 fJewistiftcridrfor} PAGE THREE TO LIVE SCAYNE POINT MISS SEIDLING PLANS MAY WEDDING HERE Ruth Zimmerman Joins June Brides-Elect Announcement is being made this week of the engagement of Miss Ruth Seidling, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .Seidling, of Brooklyn, N.Y., to I Gerald (Jerry) Elkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel ave. Miss Seidling attended schools in Brooklyn and received her bachelor's degree from Brooklyn college. During the war she was with the government intelligence 'service. She returned to Brooklyn Tuesday after spending the winter teaching at Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, Mr. Elkin received a degree from the University of Florida where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He :is office manager of a local cab company. ^eAAorwJUUj, fyieaMriq, (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2, and Mrs Theodore Gulkis entertained friends on their yacht, observed the Yahrzeit of their mother, Mrs. Rebecca Blumberg, April 2. Mr. and Mrs. Morris B'.umberg's son, Meyer the Gull-Kiss, Sunday. Guests fi Blumberg bec ame enqaged included Mr. and Mrs. Charles lo y[ lss Sylvia Kaminsky reJamison, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. cen tly and will be married June K'ein and Mr. and Mrs. Alber' 2 The bride-elect is the daughDubbin The sons of Mr. ter 0 { yi T an d Mrs. Morris and Mrs. S. M Grundwerg arKaminsky rived yesterday to spend the Edward Rayles, former capPassover holidays with their ain 0 f ^ e TJ S. counter intelliparents. Moses J. Grundwerg gence corps, was guest speaker attends the Yeshiva university al lbe Miami Beach Zionist in New York and his brother, i unc heon club Wednesday. He Saul, is a student at Flatbush di SCUSS ed the present status of Yeshiva, Brooklyn. They will E urope an Jewry remain here until April 28 y[ rs y/. A. Kappel, of New When Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumy 0 rk city, is the house guest of berg returned from Savannah ner brother, Dr. Abraham Wojin "t MI n ,.i T ,,., last week M r Blumberg's broson 0 f 1059 Collins ave. ass?* ss "srs %  m -E-^JS & Vsr *=**•New York is announced this week or short vacation here. While Dr and Mrs. Charles Weiss, 225 After their marriage here in by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. n Savannah, the Blumbergs 27th st., i? vacationing from the University of Texas ... Mr. and May, the couple will reside at Miami Beach. Mrs. Levine Announces Daughter's Betrothal &-*** %  photo wedding of Miss Estelle i and King S. Dansky was nized March 3 at Temple IShck-.i with Kabbi Leon el Kelei i impletion the < : % %  will re; JC71 N irci % % % %  Bis%  Point. [Dansky i thi la ighter of pi Mrs. Mori riinsky, fh.ridan ave. Mrs. Gussie Levine, 321 N. W. | Second uve., is announcing the engagement and approaching .marriage of her daughter, Mis^ Claire Levine, to Louis J. Wine. The couple will be married by Rabbi Max Shapiro on May 1. Miss Levine attended schools in New York and for the past three and one half years has been associated with JWB-USO in Miami. During the war she was active in volunteer work for the armed forces. She is publicity chairman of the Business and Profession Women's division of Hadassah. The son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Wine of Providence, R.I., Mr. Wine attended Providence schools and has lived in Miami for the past year. He served in the Merchant Marine for two years and is presently engaged in air transportation work. Following their marriage, the couple will reside at 1650 S.W. Fifth st. Samuel Zimmerman, 1015 Eighth st. The wedding will be held in ceived hi; degree in business adMrs. Sol Friedberg, of New Roiune. ministration. chelle, N. Y., are visiting Mr. Miss Zimmerman is a graduate Son of Mrs. RUM Stobin <>f Qnc j y[ IS Bert Scheuer of 4430 of the University of Miami where New York, he served with tho Nautilus dr. she majored in psychology. Her Army foi four years in the mill. fiance was graduated from City tary intelligence branch and was college, New York, where he reon duty in Europe. ft SO ELECT Paul D. Barns JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT (Group 2) Senioi Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, with over 20 years of trial court experience, who asks promotion to the Supreme Court of Florida. I'd. l*olltical Adv. by Friends BIG DOUBLE-UNIT SHOW At Regular Prices RUSSIA SINGS AGAIN! K DATE TO CELEBRATE WITH LOVE AND MUSIC U SIX P.M. Jl with a cast of Rusiian singing start ENGLISH TITLES Also THE YEARS MERRIEST MUSICAL ROMANCE! HNX FALKENBERG JOE BESSER TALK ABOUT A LADY" with STAN KENTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA R THEATRE ** %  Mi.mi B>ch COMING TUES. & WED. APRIL 16th and 17th VENETIAN BLINDS RE-CONDITIONED WITH NEW CORNICES CALL 3-5072 For Estimate ELECT WEBSTER G. (Red) WALLACE YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 3 — Democratic Primary GI VETERAN WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCED — ABLE 1M Political Adv. Same exactness and first quality material used as in new work. ORDER YOUR NEW BLINDS NOW! AWNING CO VENETIAN BLINDS 545 N. W. 22nd St.—3-5072 AWNINGS 1396 N. W. 36th St.—2-1731 HAVANA Spring Special 50 55 Plut Tat 2 DAYS Stopping at Hotel NACIONALde Cuba 1 NIGHT VIA PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS CLIPPERS Sightseeing Trips .... City Tropical Gardens • Cabarets Capital Building • Shopping • Sloppy Joe's MITC HE L L S 104 E. FLAGLER ST. TOURS SINCE 1912 PHONE 9-360* i : | I I J



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vjewisti thrkliar I PAGE FOUR Army-Navy Group To Reorganize Reorganization of the Greater Inquirers Favor Hillel Sponsors Interfaith Seder (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) con vi i of Haifa into the Mia li Army-Navy committee on (greatest Mediterranean naval ,,, Abram L. Sachar, national a smaller scale was suggested at base is almost completed and that ^ ,,. %  f oun dations, a mass meeting Wednesday night naval supplies will 1 U est speakei at the Inat which the Oberdorfer award from Alexandria to Haifa abo and 410 certificates were awarded. May 1. Rad %  %  Scd *' '.' The Oberdorfer plaque, preGerisim and at other localities at the Hillel house. Coral G sented by Harry Hymanson, suare nearly finis 7 ,m. Tuesday. Dr. Bowman I pervisor of USO-JWB in Southeast, was given to the com munity for its outstanding seroauun vices to military personnel durquiry committee, which was subB'rith lodges, 1 Bines ing the war. Volunteer workers mitted to a sub-committee which campus leligious groups and pi who had served over 100 hours visited the Arab king last received the certificates. In .t, Ibn Saud warns Brita After Passover, membership of America that they will fa _; i„r1nde thfcomniittee. which has coordi-.vengeance of 1 The program lude nated war service work for the lem worlds, unit I 5 curb th ., n Jewish community since 1942, Jews in Palestii ent ol Pass ccr in ther days. suare neany uiuuim, 7 | ,,-, xuesaay. ur, nuu *• the ; The Arab press pu Wished what (f lhe Univ com-'it said i* the full text ol Ibn s .. serSaud's memorandum to the Inol Miami, officers ol local I Refugees Barred (CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE) ficialS of the Allied commission regarding disposition of the rcfj Ugees, He visited the passengers 1 yesterday and reported that they 1 u< re maintaining discipline and %  i spirits even in the midst of thi hunger strike. The passengers have raised the Zionist flag 1 alongside the ship's Italian emI blem. Police Chief Russo of La Spczia today told the Jewish Telegraphic Agi ncy that had the refugees told him they were Jews, he would havi allowed them to proceed without any interference. He explained that the police halted the lorries on which the refugees armed for embarkation because they thought the J cw cis 'or who* C** were hunting. T hp -, ened by ,,„. f;u lha ^ Jffud to answer £* For w ant of ^ ^ u Spezia is a badly bZJl and port, the police } ^ed, gees aboard the craft gj -tended .oi* % j BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVEJ TO OUR MANY FRU^] MR. and MRS AW. MILLER' plating Army-Navy or veterans ish and A Bass, pi (list, and work. will havi to I te not Gi ge i 1 eroi mist. Sam Blank, chairman, accepted onlj A : will bi the Oberdorfer award on behalf of all I in India, Ch ironoff, acof the Jewish community and outand ol nicd by Ni Gittli n lined the history of the ArmyIbn Saul is quoted as sa; Etl %  %  Phyllis Navy committee since its incep1 5 state that Ibn S tion. lared it w a "si 1 %  I I ., % %  b Zi v. Mr. Blrnk also turned over thi Pri ident 1 1: For thi evening will war records of Jewish pers nnel Jews to inducted from Greater Miami to P •..'. 1 perMaurice Grossman, co-cha Ji \'& l enter his country." of the committee's n rds The king declared that President ] %  ". : n be Ro Gittli lan and Leonard nbaurri were chosen Hillel committee Further compilation R ell "in was conqueen and king at the spring forof local w Is and publicavinced th.-.t Palestine was :, | the ,. ne icl la I Si I irday. the Jews," the report Beach Lodge To Install FDR Memorial Class tion of a history of the Ji w | t foi community's role in the war is added. contemplated. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum master of cei 1 L telegram from Frank W< il, pn sident of the Nation Welfare board, with which the committee] The Franklin Delano Roosevelt is affiliated. W men al 1 til f new gratulated the community on its mcmbi f M n Beach service rei led I B' it v ill b initiling A Passover meeting and proto Harold Turk I te B'nai B/rith gram will be held by Junior : %  ••<' cl Hadassah Thursday evening at 1: ; n uf : v P"**""the Beach Y. Al the memberT,lL med in ship brunch Sunday members me T ry .i th ? ann ver ? ar y ot the purchased 30 trees for Palestine r ''' :, ,h of ,he lal Presiden t in honor of the birthday of Natalie OSCEOLA CAMP FOR BOYS Situated on Beautiful Osceola Lake near HendersonvUle, N. C. UNDER DIRECTION OF HERBERT SILVER For Information Call 5-5975 Between 4 and 8 P.M. Frankel, president. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MR. and MRS. HARRY LEVIN and FAMILY PENNWAY PHARMACY 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-7503 THE PRESCRIPTION CENTER %  W3 LINCOLN ROAD .it WASHINGTON AVENUE Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Promptly lo Any Part of Miami Beach At Your Service Day and Night Telephone 5-6737 Modern. Scientific Prescription Laboratory • MARCELLE HypoAHergenic Cosmetics • Feminine Hygiene Department • Nationally Advertised V.tamms Elect Matzoh Meal, Cake Meal, Egg Matzohs, Whole Wheat Matzohs, Egg Barley, Potato Pancake Mix and Potato Starch. Nearly a score of high quality unrationed products that help make limit id foods go further—enhance holiday menus! BILL LANTAFF to the LEGISLATURE (GROUP 3) Veteran World War II Long Time Dade County Resident Attorney-at-Law ABLE AND PROGRESSIVE IM. I'I III ,1 A.l\ Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street MIAMI. 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,,, Goldman Heads j, ai B'rith Group H (SbMB was elected Ll of the B'nai B'nth CfofSholem lodge. followC withdrawal of Mrs. da L:, f,om the Blate presented £ nominating committee. TL elected were Mi* JoKcrm-nn. first vice prcsi| Brs Jean Silverman. secf',, c c president; Mrs. Abe L .reasurer; Mrs. Harvey E financial secretary; Mrs. CleU, recording secretary; T Gertrude Covner. correLg secretary; Mrs. Luther Lerg. historian; Mrs. Sam LjMrliamentarian. and Mrs. Miller, counselor. tee for the board of direciW. the Me dames Norman L F. V Seidler, Marx FeinMilton A. Friedman, EleanfParn Harold Kind, Max Ll Ida Tepper, Jules Jacobs. TKronenfeld, Max Bergman. eKasanof and Alex Cohen. ACrToKAYS BONDS Lbcnd issu tol iling $700,ffor water works improvers and off-street parking %  approved I M ami Beach i holders Tuesdi %  in the third Impt this : % %  to l-ass the kith 3.000 eleel : qualified to |to the polls, 2.1 2 .ast their lots—151 mon than required take the electii n valid. ft) Manai ude A. Rcnr'said the city would "proceed It away" with thi sanctioned lavements. + Unlolfk,Irftor PAGE FIVE Home Auxiliary Plans Passover Social A special Passover social meeting has been scheduled by the Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dr. David S. Andron will be guest speaker. Violin selections will be played by Jan M. Turkiewicz, accompanied by his brother, Witold, at the piano. Traditional Passover delicacies will be served. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will preside. Minyonim Raise Funds %  PASSOVER GREETINGS |Up To Dale Vjn Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer and Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-5411 Mrs. Ida Mitchell and Mrs. Sarah Hymov were hostesses at recent parties which raised $116 for the Hadassah child care program. Mrs. Mitchell entertained at a luncheon last Wednesday at her Alton rd. home and collected $85 for the project. A cardy party at the home of Mrs. Hymov, 815 Michigan ave., raised $25. The money was raised through Youth Aliyah Minyonim. Vets to be Guests At Hospital Seder For the first time in this area, a Seder will be held at a veterans' hospital. The event, arranged by the Jewish Welfare board, will take plaic at the Nautilus hospital 7 p.m. Monday. Veterans of World Wars I and II are being invited. Rabbi Albert Michels will conduct the ceremony. The Seder meal will be prepared under the supervision of Mrs. Ida Optner. Guests will include. Lt. Col William E. Kendell, commanding officer of the hospital, and eight Jewish Army doctors and their wives. For hospital patients, as well as observant Jewish personnel, Passover food packages will be distributed, according to Leon Schulman, JWB representative. The packages have been preparMIAMI VACUUM CLEANERS COMPANY 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-7838 PASSOVER GREETINGS JERRY & MACK RADIATOR REPAIRS 2034 N. W. 29lh Ave. PASSOVER GREETINGS RAWLSON & CO. Joseph J. Rawlson Dave Schwarzman A WORD OF TRIBUTE To My Many Friends and Acquaintances: It is with considerable pleasure that I take this opportunity to publicly announce my support to GEORGE S. OKELL a candidate lor re-election for the State Legislature. Group 1. As you are hilly aware, the election is on Tuesday, May 7th. This is not too far off and it is important that you keep in mind that you must vote in order to protect our democracy. When you vote you must vote for the right people to insure and protect everything that is honest good and for the benefit of ALL the people. I have known George Okell for a long time. He is an extremely intelligent and capable lawyer and legislator. He is always calm and conservative in his attitude and is therefore in a position to give thoughtful consideration to all the matters come before the legislature. He is u umane. %  BO and considerate and has many times put forth tremendous effort on behalf of our residents. He has assisted them through much red-tape in coming in ntact with relatives of people on the other side, and J^ough his contacts has been able to do much for Goorae Okell deserves your support and the PPort of all of our friends. He has made a good a-idk '" he lir8t term and l know he wiU do better It K 9er h "" 38 in ** comino years. Politi TL een a rare occ 081011 that 1 have mixed ta > This is one of the occasions when I feel it the ^ tY r not for Ae benefit of George Okell but for 'epreT, f a our <**• %  whom he will so ably Daim, i Urge vou on cmd all to vote for. camP^TO ior and support GEORGE S. OKELL F0R R E-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATURE (Group 1) (Signed) HARRY PEARL I'd. Political Adv. that will ed by the Miami Service league. Although most of the Jewish soldiers and sailors stationed in this area have been granted holiday furloughs on request, provision is being made for military personnel remaining in the area, Schulman said. The Miami Beach Service league will be on duty at the Beach Y through Monday to make arrangements for home hospitality for members of the armed forces stationed in the locale or Here on furlough. Arrangements have been made for military personnel to attend congregational Sederim at Key West, Hollywood, West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, as well as Miami and Miami Beach. SISTERHOOD TO ELECT Election of officers will be held by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at an open meeting Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Plans will also be made for a luncheon April 24 which will benefit the children's library of the Temple. The luncheon will be held at Pickin Chicken. MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072 Extends PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street PHONE 7-6693 GREETINGS FRANCES K. POWELL The Ultimate in Fine Food* Served in her Newly Enlarged Dining Room at 524 41st Street MIAMI BEACH 5-1646 H. GRADY GOSWICK 220 Civic Building PHONE 2-5708 Representing Pan American Surety Co. Florida Surety Co. The Trygendeer Corporation American Bonding Co. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER T DAN CHAPPELL PASSOVER GREETINGS DONOVAN'S TAP ROOM 350 N. W. 8th Ave. MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS M**km O %  r it i """!',f P**Ll223$ S.W. 8th ST. j2SB £Mliu.iill Z&i uj^jui> -. gla .,; .ij.iiMVU:' J.I.I 'The Home of Delicious Foods" 1 • r: 1 • i i it. \



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mmmw^%mmg*m PAGE SIX Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2 114 Entered a., S.H-OM,1 .Mass Matter July .<> %  £ *&' 5fT '" Ce or Miami, Fla., under the Act of Marcn, •>. %  Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. S3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. S5.00. FRFD K SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor VOL V ME 19 Miami 18. Fli t • v •• %  12 194b NUMBER 15 NISAN 11, 5706 Palestine to Get (CONTiNUE^ROM PAGE 1) Palestine as part of the r., %  ; ,, v ,,,,, cl A memothis effect has been commission through the Fai t st ine g< .eminent, ha "... Dr Joseph also disclosed that h organizations in h as settlers associ,, Czechoslovakia, Poland .., ,. have undertaken seption, supported by me .. Agenc; • i secure i I ons i lews in Palestine who lost theii %  operty in the i tries from which they escaped. 'CONTRIBUTORS PAY 45% OF CJA FUNDS Of the $808,000 pledged in the recent Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, 45% of the funds have been collected, according to Morns Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Distribution of these funds are being made to the agencies of Federation as rapidly as possible, e said, emphasizing that the con| need for overseas relief makes it necessary for all contributors to pay their pledges as as possible. "Dollars mean lives," he stated. : osition "f surplus funds pledged in the campaign awaits the decision of the Executive committee The original camn goal was $783,100. UN Committee Aids Homeless LONDON (JTA)-Th. of European refugee, ^ placed persons must be deaf, T "rapidly and adequaJJ??* PASSOVER ... A CHALLENGE Jewish people throughout the world will observe Passovei have left Palestine for with the inception of the Uaditional Seder ceremony Monde. mtries to take up the matter of reparations. evening. u Q n,. I The Jewish Agencv ha! %  Not so many years ago Passovei wo* looked upon chieilv ^.^ g memorandurn | the PHYLLIS GENE HIRSCH lor its religious associations. Today it has an jc^ed aspect, as Nations with regard to cav^ NTJPTIAT VOWS the painfully realistic struggle lor liberation continues. A saga ineral problems ofJ"£gJ bAYb WUi _^ L V ^ Wa of oppression av.d tyranny, comparable to the days of Pharaoh, Jews and theism.* %  g ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ is being re-enacted. added' that representatives of the Atlanta and Peter B. Garvett exThe Passover story of old ends with liberation for our people, A ,,, r ichanged nuptial vows at he me rusw>u i j ... ,. „ ,, ,. attamntinir tn secure support Robert Hichter hotel Sunday victory for righteousness and deserving justice. We believe the ^^^ m a CCI ,. mony read by end of this present-day struggle will achieve the same conc.usion. h l ., s „,U u L t ,„. | Nations for th< Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. After a Each year and on every similar occasion we write the same deman ds outlined in the memo-hurt honeymoon, the couple will, few words, prayii ping foi a speedy end to our troubles i andum. Each yeai God. has brought us closer to ; this attainment. Unfortunately there is still a long way to go | Heiman, Turk Named To Aid Hillel Drive Lou Heiman and Harold Turk were named to the state Hillel before our he; The ?• i America cs part of its Passover wrote: The seeds of hate and malice sown by Nazi juards he teed the bitter fruit of prejudice, • JV^ funds campaign ca binet at many iberal countries. There I „ mee ting of state B'nai B'rith i quarrelsomeness among the forces executives last weekend in Gainof goodness I jht against th,s new evil g^J J^will ^presen^the lally on the alert against m tno drive for $100,000 to finance jn of the light oi fieedom of body and soul. We buildings at the University of and Florida State College .• discrimination which is based on warped f loi '', c i:i ... for Vie [ious ideas. It is our duty to guard against at reduces the worth and dignity of omen. It is anticipated that part of the funds will be raised locally at a later date. Turk said. Among othr matters taken up Hope, prayer and words alone will not secure for us these l t ^ „ xecutive mee ting was the ccsires Passover must serve as a challenge to each and every membership drive. Plans were I is necessary to protect and maintain made to increase state B'nai B'rith for liberation. Participation in all %  "" b ^ m P for 2 000 "> 3 0 00 h is bad and evil must be a sacred : live at Park Lane apartments, Miami Beach. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hirsch of Atlanta, the bride majored in art at Washington university, St. Louis, and studied at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Mr. Garvett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Garvett, 434 S. W. 25th id., was a student at the University of Miami before serving in the Army, from which he was recently discharged. Mrs. Robert Richter was her sister's matron of honor and Robert Garvett served as best man for his brother. A wedding dinner was held in the Marine dining room of the hotel. meeting of the United H* Commute* on Rcfu^JJ placed Persons, which JJVJ session here for five week, 5 decide the fate of homeleT pie and to establish an intern!" tional body which wffl (ft the care of refugee sand dispiS persons. %  Hector McNeil, British Unta Secretary for Foreign 35 was unanimously elected 2 man of the committee. The CM session was opened by pT Sharpley, head ol the London of' f ice of the United Nations, in tt* Church House of Westminsto with representatives from twenn countries attending. Also pr ent were representatives of the Intergovernmental Committee Refugees and high UNRRA officials in charge of refugee wort. The Committee on Refuges and Displaced Persons will deal with all aspects of the refugee situation in Eui ipe during i&| session here and is charged with I preparation of a comprehend report for presentation to the United Nations Social and Economic Council before May 25. It I is certain that the report willrw-l ommend the establishment of i| permanent United Nations bodj to assume the functions of tin I Intergovernmental Committee Refugees and of the League of I Nations' Commission on Refu-1 gees. that cannot be shirked or overROOSEVELT MEMORIAL look nust be sermonized SET FOR TONIGHT he year. Franklin Delano Roosevelt club will conduct a public memorial ting at 8 p.m. tonight in Bayfront park to mark the first anniversary of the late president's death. P.-T. A. TO BROADCAST Representatives of Miami Beach Parent-Teachers associations will participate in a forum on the benefits of the P.-T. A. in the community on the "President's Forum" over Station WKAT at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Tomorrow evening's broadcast will be the second presented by the P.-T. A. Participants will be Mrs. Irving Lehrman, representing Central Beach Elementary school: Mrs. Adrian Wolfert the speakers will be ^^jif"^ ft^Lf 0Ut 5 Rabbi Max Shapiro. |E ch '" rs Haro1 ^ ,Y ngh L a "u Miami Beach lodge of B'nai 'n^h M* *H Ma 'v„ y N T rth B'rith will observe the anniverJff* u !"* I ?"• JU J 'mor-Scnior High schools, and on sary 'through a rededication to the democratic ideals and principles for which President Roose' stood and gave his life." The expressed its rededication olution commemorating the late president's death. Mrs. Mary Lynn, Biscayne school. Jack Kimball is moderator of the program. Sholem Lodge Names Convention Delegates GERALD L. K. SMITH JAILED FOR CONTEMPT THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE NOMI" Ernest Bevin: "We never undertook 10 establish a Jewish Sute, but w t did undertake to ti tabliih a Jewish home, and that wc mute fulfilL' Fourteen members of Sholem lodge will attend the regional B'nai B'rith convention in BaltiCIIICAGO (JTA1—Gerald L K more Ma >' 2628 Delegates apSmith, htad of the American P 01nted at a meeting of the lodge First party, was sentenced this i Tut sciu y night are: week to sixty days imprisonment Jack Abb ". Nathan Adelman. for contempt of court. The charge lsaac Ll v in Milton A. Friedman. • from his issuance of a Alex Coh en, Marx Feinberg. statement attacking the jurisdicll n '" • '• during a dis(Oraerly condu I ial in which, /?, ur Terminiello. suspended i warl/ and Charles R. Jacobson. [Alabama priest, was convicted Max R. Silver, Fred K. Shochet, Frank Solomon, Sam Silver, Elry Stone, Nat Hurwitz, Harry SchYOUR HELP IS NEEDED IN THE 19 48 AMERICAN RED CROSS and fin*. The oVi B 7„.l KK AlSt Pa^Tes.dTnt. SERVICE FUND CAMPAIGN! conduct charged filed against Dan SaU n. chairman of tl ther appointments made by E were Termi against """ a,un cnairman of the vet If you have not been called upon for a contribution mail vours v '."""c"\ Smilh and Frei1 *l**?' cummiUt 'e: Elry Stone, co today. Complete the coupon, attach a check cash or monev rrd ,„ • c ," wde rosul ^d from cn a"man; Jack Abbott, chairman and mail to the AMERICAN RED CROSS 507 N F F,rs. A,„ ifJl^'""', n lUc meetin 8 organof t,u 'membership committee. Miami 36, Florida. '* %  %  Avenue, IWD and addressed by the three. I rmimelloand Smith's publicity 1 for NAME. ADDRESSCITY. await ontempt ol Here is my RED CROSS contribution in the name of the manyi agent D n Lohbeck, still %  whom the war will never be over: sentencing on the confer court charge. DATE A MOUNT. Registration Totalled LODGE INVITES MAYOR Congress Schedules Review, Member Tea Saul D. Alinsky's "Reveille for Radicals: A Practical Application for Democracy" will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. W einstein for the I American Jewish Congress, Beach I Women's division ^t the Miami I Beach Jewish Center at 1:45 pal Rabbi Irving Lehrman will read I a memorial to the late President! Franklin D. Roosevelt on the occasion of the first anniversary of | his death. The chapter is planning a men-1 bership affair at the home of Ma| S. Lester on April 25. Final board meeting of the! year was held at the Frances K.I Powell restaurant last Thursday,! Mrs. Thomas Brusk, national I treasurer, was guest of honor.f Mrs. Sol Leslie presided. 9 3l4 tO Ri,t, 87,602DemOCratsand 9.J64 Republicans will be eligible to vote ta ^ May primarie's t was announced Monday after an Mayor Perrine Palmer, jr., has beer, asked to speak at the weekly luncheon meeting of B'nai 19th h S lem l0dge Friday A P rU Beginn.ng on that date, the luncheons will be held every Friday at 12:30 p. m in the Downtown Club, Seybold bldg. Burnett Kotn is m charge of the luncheons. New Judaean Group Installs Officers The Kadimah dub, a newjjl formed Young Judaean pPj group at the Miami Beach Jew*! Center, held a candlelight msUilation of officers recently. I Those installed were BeWI Collegeman, president; Carol wi ler, vice president: Dorothy Bar-i on, secretary, and Evelyn S.ejtt treasurer. The new officers *l ceived corsages and preJJI their advisor, Miss Sh.rle> 0*1 legeman, with flowers. !" e !" A mony was held at the hojnejl the new president, Betsey %  legeman. TEEN-AGERS TO HOLD | SEDERIM AT Y's Teen-agers wiU^ congt | own Sederim at the M %  I Miami Beach Ys Saturdaj Sunday evenings. ..^i The model Seder at the M*| Y 8 p.m. Saturday n'^'^-l the third annual event, in ice sponsored by the w | council, will be conducted %  Rabbi Murray Grauer *Jk Rev. Maurice Mamches. A will follow the Seder ^1 Sponsoied jointly by tn mingo and Royal WJJJl of AZA. the second annu ^1 Seder of the Beach JKpjJ place Surday evening is 25 cents.



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• PAGE EIGHT -JenlstncrMtofL Mrs. Rosenthal Elected at Beach The Tn mp< Id ib meel every Thursday evening at ihc Trumpeldor Club Plans i Third Seder At Center The Senior Judaean chapt. the Miami Beach Jewish Centei Will conduct a third Seder foi all Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal was l members 0 f the club and tl elected president of the new Ml f rlcn j s Thursday evening, ami Beach B'nai B'rith Women j ^ at a meeting Tuesday night. In-j ^ Jjss j eanette Tuper stallation ceremonies are being | for thfi group Refreshment planned for May 21. 'program Committees includi S Others elected were Mrs. HarV1J Ber;:>on. Bernice Cool old Turk, first vice president; [smith, Marilyn Deckelbaum, Lois Mrs. Harry Kaufman, second Fri. In n, Leila Gross, ,Ro1 vice pres.dent; Mrs. Birdie Maze, L C harlotte I financial secretary; Mrs. AlexanSchechte." Mrs der Liebow, treasurer: Mrs. IrvGross are I "* wh ing Frankel, recording secretary; assist. Mrs. Julius Pearson, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Jack August, historian: Center, and the business and cuiMrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Hannah tural hou.s Halfon, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, aucial hour with refreshments and ditors: Mrs. Benjamin Landau, dancing, counselor: Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz.' This Sunday fl sentinel. will be L < %  • %  Board members are the MesSchool for a swii dames Ruth Gelatt, Jean Raab, %  Miller. Sam Blank. Barney WenN£\y SCOUT TROOP kle, Paul Weitzman. Alexander Tr ur ., n f-tTTTTMri Richardson. Laurence Sootin. TO HULD UU lUN | : '•' tne Sisterl I nd Samuel in <>'" the Center. Laurence Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Kaufman of the Ger hotel, will become Bar Mitzva during services at Beth 255^^5512, J Jacob at 9 am c„. T"* 5 Moses Mescheloff^St^ Bar MiUva boy Jad *| Mr. am" M „ hoW a receSSnftjL honor at Lilly's rel,£1 day. lcs iaurant j MIAMI SERVICE & APPLIANCE, INC. ATLANTIC REFINING CO. 'DUCTS GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 668 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 2-9189 !H VOTE FOR GLENN t MINCER CANDIDATE FOR STATE ATTORNEY May 7, 1946 P**" <* Ik. 1 HKs4M' iHP %  3 lii ABILITY AND EXPERIENCE COUNT *^^^^^^^^* f'litical A*, HEAR SPESSARD L. HOLLAND CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATE AT BAYFRONT PARK MIAMI Saturday, April 13 8:00 P. M. Former Governor Jurist Grower Political Adv l v Pi %  \ t IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH. THESE VETERANS SPEAK .. In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regard to service men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration. CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave the enlisted personnel of the armed forces $50 a month. PAT CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents of men and women in the armed forces. PAT CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and infant care for the wives and babies of enlisted men. PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men and women to carry them through the period of readjustment following the end of the war. PAT CANNON worked and voted for the administration bill giving men and women of the armed forces the right to vote. PAT CANNON worked and voted for the American Legion's GI Bill of Righto. PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which increased monthly pensions to disabled veterans and to widows and children. PAT CANNON worked and voted for increased pensions for World War veterans. ... ALSO ... PAT CANNON was an ardent advocate for free postage for men and women of the armed forces. PAT CANNON authored a bill in the House giving enlisted personnel same terminal leave pay that officers enjoy. PAT CANNON has investigated and processed over 500 individual veterans' cases with the Veterans Administrrti.cn. aid obtained either parial or c:mlete relief in 63 % of those cases. Dozens of similar cases are now pending and now ones are instituted almost daily. WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON I'd. I' Adv. In spite of the shortages in machinery, materials and manpower, we're gradually meeting our customers demands for more and better service. For instance, our 24 million dollar construction program is now well underway. It includes three new generating plants on the inter-connected system, as well as new wirim; and new neit;hb. ... | substations in localities where needed most. We want you to havt an extra measure of > v that well-known brand of Sunshine Service. We re on the way! We'll reach you as soon as we can. And thanks for the opportunity of serving you. FLORIDA PflflEfiliiCHT IOMPAW •v im



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^^sSederim Sunday Will lature Model Passover Services of Greater Miami will jump the gun on Passover iahra(e the Festival of Freedom with their own +Jewisti HcrldHan bhildren they celebrate the Festival • ""this weekend. Although the holiday does not begin G wn Monday, religious schools have scheduled chilVderim for Sunday morning. ._.... ial Passover broadcast, written by Rabbi Leon Kror She presented by the children of the Little Theatre group L] Beth Sholom religious school over Station WKAT at F P Sunday. The musical portion of the program will be \A by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, accompanied by Hy 8 t the organ. The annual schoo i s wi u ho i d thejr moo e i PAGE NINE UNVEILING Z, seder of the Temple pven at 10 a.m. Sunday. r Goose Passover skit enacted by kindergarten of Beth Jacob at the %  ndSunday school students' [Seder at 10:30 a.m. Sun1 -Jis Talmud Torah build[ pantomime or the life of [will be given by one of Lei classes. leth David, the annual stu| Seder will take place at Sunday. Passover edii being prepared by the .3d under the chairmanJ Mrs. L. J. Hartz. L-J Zalis has been chosen E Die proceed inns at the %  Jewish Orthodox Congrel model Seder, to be held [Schaarei Zedek Talmud The program will include dash, sung by Sheldon J the four questions, by ISklansky: the answers in I, by Irwin Swichkow; the (aracter types, by Herbert pvel answer to the four will be presented by Miller. Group singing [led by the Rev. Maurice and the new school prill entertain, under the i of Joseph Malek. Rents will be served by the i Saul B. Appelbaum and Ifc/f. Kaplan will conduct Id Seder to be held by [Israel in Kaplan hall at TBunday. Members of the |c!asses will ask the four I and participate in the |e Miami Beach Jewish %  children of the religious ST PUBLISHED RABBI'S FAITH Sermons f and Courage l*i Abraham A. Kellner ice $2.50 [Abraham Book Fund 11 Fry Street i. N. Y. Seder at 10 a.m. in the Center's hall which will be especially decorated with flowers and candles for the occasion. The service will be conducted by outstanding pupils of the srhool and the junior choir will chant the traditional prayers and songs of the festival. This Seder is made possible by the Center Sisterhood. Mrs. Arthur Klein, chairman of the Sunday school committee, will be assisted by Mrs. Ray Lieberman, Mrs. Maiie Balaban, Mrs. Esther Spitzer, Mrs. Jennie Mills, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Daniel Cromer will take place 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Gordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. A monument to the memory of the late Kalman Kovacs will be dedicated by his wife, Gizella, and his children at 3 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. K .h. ,he stor y of an fc came here t 0 tt %2 f t( or,u„ itl „ thls co k "WII,. In America, _. Mr. ,,„?" 'nance %  tarn, d Ka,k: -Penny Available at Burdine'g Sean ,R*d Croti Drug Miami .. Doubleday Dormn Mogull'i Bloom'i Miami Beach 508 Pg,. $3.50 p OBLl8H G c o. Center Women Test Passover Knowledge Miami Beach Center Sisterhood members will test their knowledge of Passover when they participate in a special holiday quiz program 8 p.m. Wednesday evening at the Center. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman, will be mistress of ceremonies. Prizes will be offered to the winners. An extra highlight of the program will be presented by Dr. Benjamin Coleman, who will play the musical saw. S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenue* Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties Telephone 5-1017 WANTED — COOK Experienced in Kosher Cooking, for Passover Holidays. If Satisfactory. Can Be Permanent. LOUIS LEVINSON 4436 Alton Road Miami Beach SEA GULL POOL and CABANA CLUB 21st Street on the Ocean MIAMI BEACH CABANAS $250.00 FOR SIX PERSONS To November 1. 1946 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-4641 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST end LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States LOCAL NHJC CHAPTER RE-ELECTS MRS. MILLER Mrs. Irving Miller was reelected to the presidency of the Greater Miami chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver at a meeting last week. She and the other officers will be installed at a luncheon May 7 at the President Madison hotel. Elected with Mrs. Miller were Mrs. Sam Kirstein, first vice president; Mrs. Irving Becker, second vice president; Mrs. Sam Leschel, third vice president. Mrs. Benjamin Bloom, financial secretary; Mrs. Larry Siegel, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Burns, corresponding secretary; Mrs. >Sam Luby, treasurer, and Mrs. Gisela Newlander, auditor. Honorary officers are Mrs. Benjamin Hertz and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, honorary presidents; Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, honorary vice president. Elected to the board of directors were the Mesdames Jerry Alexander, Dave Beyer, George Feller, Johnny Feller, Melvin Crane, Alfred Greenwald, Martin Strelitz, Alec Suberman, Rose Goodiss, Lee Goodiss, A. Pollock, Herman Wronker, Joseph Rawlson, Harry Zeilinger, Sam Tunick, Herman Pearl, Albert Dubler, Myron M Newman, Rose Steinhauser, Isidor Vogel, Hy Friedman, Isidore Tannen, Leopold Marcus, Harry Mincoff, Harry Cohen, I. H. Goldmann, M. B. Ross, Molly Lifshutz, Hattie Newman, Charles Friedhopfer and Max Michelson. II :?TJ UiJLlL MIIIIIM '" hi llllllllllllll llll Illlllll %  III "II lllllllllll PI" nihii %  mi in in inn IN GREATER MIAMI THE ALAMAC HOTEL DINING ROOM 1300 Collins Avenue Miami Beach UNDER OWNERSHIP MORRIS WIEDMAN NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC HOT BLUE PLATE SPECIAL UP TO $1.50 Dietary Laws Strictly Observed Accepting Passover Reservations at O.P.A. Prices PHONE 5-295 1 Something New ^ A r\ k i •— %  On the Beach V.AKMtL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT e? y a n ln,ernational Arti 'n the Culinary Craft— BJf!^ '" JeW h Dishe8 PMtr,M "Dessert. WE WILL SERVE PASSOVER MEALS DURING PASSOVER Most Delicious 6-Course Dinners from $1.25 up =—-—— 666 COLLINS AVENUE O' I 0 A s MKHSi, 1 i N I s r A M r R ic VILKIECTII^ I A M I B I A C H WINES BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STBEET Exceptionally Fine GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets liSM win mrit in jour mouth serrad la !.,,, .WU SI P, 1 *** lows from i ss mldnUht. Sew Orlraos eulsuM Musis by Marty Bays s4 the plan* In the eoeklall loan*-*. ^^^ •21 J. MIAMI *VI, PH0NI MTU DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED 'I IIWIH Ml Hi.in .i II.,IIIIV in'.i —Telephone 58-2979 IEILII HOTEL Collins Avenue at 13 th St. MIAMI BEACH Our Dining Room Is Now OPEN TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P. M. Dietary Laws Observed Phone 58-3668 ACCEPTING PASSOVER RESERVATIONS RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. 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PAGE TEN Last Photo of David Guzik Th. u. o r,D.wd curfK -:;; n ::l;;!;J;;;;;;, ;;l;K -!,::v'i:v .lircior f joint I .>ir.b.."-.. < • "";_ f chairman -I the in con.ultution with Dr. J--I ] %  •'•"•!, '; j"; afIcr ,hi. n*etin, Europ^nE ; ecu.v, Counc. *££ftj£ .„,. -reaped aid at HIIU'II Mr. I.II/IK .inn ur. |,„,.|, .urvivon in I'liluml, b „„. j..in i>'*v.".n •"." •••• y ;,,,,;„.. ( rj h m Mr. Gurifc *a. WUed KtuniMilo Potand ^^^ Cechodovakta, on March iS. Mr. %  • ^ J£ „„. ( „. rll ,, M .„,.„,„.. %  as SSEKISS .Tttsx. ..^• %  % %  **-**>%  GREEN ADVOCATES LOWER TAXES Immediate reduction of individual income taxes by increasing wmptions and lowering the on the lower brackets was ated by Ux Green, candidate for the U.S. Senate, in a spec h this week. %  thi I! >use ol Representatives for 20 years, Green is the only Senatorial candidate „vi expe lence m Confess in Ins platform he favors retention of all bases and military establishments acquired d the war which arcnecessary ; i America's fi I ire security nd Navy. G een also supports maintef thi armed forces by voluntary enlistment and safeguarding of atomic energy, jet and rocket warfare secrets until our future is secure. FRIDAY, APRIL DRAMATIST DIES NEW YORK (WNS)-Leon Kobrin, Yiddish dramatist, novelist and journalist, died here this week at the age of 73. Born in Vitebsk. Russia, Kobrin began to write in Russian at the Bg llt 15 After coming to the United States in 1892, he began to write in Yiddish. His first work in Yiddish was a translate from the Russian which appeared in the "Freie Arbeiter Shtimme" in 1893. He wrote his first Yiddish story, "The Love Crime." in 1894. At the time of his death he was on the staff of the Mornin, heit. where his menW 1 Fifty Years in America" being serialized. Prior to h sociation with the Mornin, • heit he was on the staff „T "The Day" for 25 years. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Inatructora Agency for Driven Llcanaae And Auto Tag* FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Avi., M. Bch., Ph. 5-50S2 oo£ ^OGUST BROS L. Is fhOf.sr< '' ^MMMMMPV, : DR. WILLIAM R Formerly Dental Surgeon. Navy. Announces the owftd hi. office for the pr, ct i e ( ] General Dentistry Suite 304. 605 LINCOLN n MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Office Hourt: 9:00 to 5:00 and by Appoi, Phone 5-1214 MMMMMMfc Culture Committee Schedules Rose Concert %  %  l the B ; lion. Mrs. 1 H week. will % %  April 24. IK :• n ol M \ N %  .' S ntlj Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GA NS Metropc'itan Life Ini. Co. 907 Biscayne Blag. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH l need Electrclogist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanenily Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 -s of Successful Practice In Nev. York. New Jersey and Miami niended by the Medical Profession IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIE FEBEKAL £ OF MIAMI 4| MOKTNIAIT NUT AVIMUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay oil Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. • A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President PASSOVER 1946 THE FIRST SINCE THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES WILL BE OBSERVED WITH A FEELING OF GRATITUDEl PASSOVER 1946 IS ANTICIPATED AS THE BEGINNING OF AN ERA DEDICATED TO THE THEME OF PASSOVER—LIBERATION FOR THE NEEDY AND OPPRESSED. PASSOVER 1946 LAND O'SUN DAIRIES AGAIN BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover HOB*? Vu2 Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach Despite rigid restrictions, man-power problems and inadequate supplies, we are pleased to serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone 5-5S37 Now! To Insure Your Requirements or order from route salesn*



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LtfijtS Jew 1st tkr/cflnr PAGE ELEVEN TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE .By PHINEAS J. BIRONdy the reports of the expulsions of the Germans from the East, you will find that they speak only of children, mothers and old and sick people. Where are the husbands, the young boys and girls? They are held back as slave lT v THE POOH GERMANS. &s,n,onnoneyarebe.ng So^e help. P^ and soft ^ nt tor the Germs. In te3tm r widc-*ope effort rr h 1 and ink is expended fclvthe R -nand / t 0liSh LKation of occupied terriKTSal Europe. Th.s verysc nous this propaganl Mints the poor Germans as Lfmof a ruthless reprise. forget ?ht Germany is on „ ,,,„, not mention tho on Jewish victims of Na7Lai. b millio Irocity• • IBINCETON THEOLOGICAL IEMINARY. The Princeton Theological semJrv is permitting itself to be Id in this pro-Nazi propaganWe know it because we Eve'jeer U %  evidence. .Otto { Piper. Th.D., D.D.. Professor LNew Testament Literature and Lgesis at Princeton, is sending u thousands of letters on kinceton university stationery. The envelopes used are blank, L mark of identification. Every Christian ordained minister in the Greater New York area Jus been receiving Dr. Pipers %  strange epistles. |pOOR GERMANS Writes Dr. Piper: "We be-Jieve in inalienable rights impart |ed to every human being by his Icreator and ..inch friend and foe %  have to respect if they in turn Iwant to be worthy of the respect lof mankind. But the Germans livling east of the Oder and Neisse IRivers and in the Sudetenland (are denied all basic human rights. |A policy of deliberate starvation is applied against them to force them either to emigrate voluntarily or to exterminate them. All the horrors that Hitler's concentration camps revealed to the Allied armies can now be found everywhere in Eastern Europe where Germans live. "The picture that Life magazine (Jan 7, 1946) published of four German women and three children, the only survivors of a group of 150 who set out from Lodz, Poland to Berlin, was termed by a high official of the State department as being mild in comparison with the gruesome conditions under which these people have been placed. "The Germans still living in the East and in Czechoslovakia enjoy no legal protection; everybody has a right to harm and kill them with impunity, They arc imprisoned, tortured, maimed and killed by authorities "without trial or any due process of law" and they are not allowed to have "the assistance of a counsel for their defense." Their doctors and nurses and midwives have to work on the farms and in the mines, and no Polish and Czech doctor or nurse or midwife has a right to help them when they are in need. I am not speaking of isolated cases. It is the law of those countries by which millions are deprived of their inalienable rights. We also hold that slavery is incompatible with the dignity of man and that involuntary servitude shall be inflicted upon a person only as a punishment for a crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted. But when you take the trouble to stuguls. They are held back as slave j big words even whon they pro workers for the Russians, Poles, ceed from thc mouths of the leadana L.zecl\S. jng statcsmenare no substitute "Nobody denies that the Gerj for ethical action, mans should be compelled to help in the rebuilding of these parts the USA the strongest nation of the world may keep us out of trouble lor some while but it will not securt peace in the rest of the world. True we hear a lot of talk about moral principles, but of Europe which they wantonly destroyed. But they are not held for this purpose in Czechoslovakia or Western Poland. They are used as cheap laborers on farms and in mines and factories just as the slave workers whom the Germans employed, and for whose deportation and enslavement the Nazis have now to give account in Nuremberg." mitted in Eastern Europe. ." INCREDIBLE BUT TRUE. Well, Dr. Piper Has it occurred to you, that millions of Jews are roaming the high and bye ways of Europe. starving, and without homes. Dr Piper! What are you trying to do? ... Do you mean that we should take up arms against the Russians "If the moral conscience of this and Poles in defense of thc poor country docs not become vocal ; Germans? Have you spoken and public opinion does not rise 'personally to our returning GIs. in protest against the inhumanity Have you heard their enin Eastern Europe, UNO is doomthusiasm about the beautiful ed as a house built upon shift-j clear-skinned Frauleins, so chic ing sand. If anything, justice and and charming in their furs and morality certainly are indivisible, jewels? Even the non-frater"May I suggest that you ask nizing GI will tell you how healthe editor of your newspaper and I thy and strong the Herrenvolk your favorite magazine, but are. He will describe their PIPER'S MORAL INDIGNATION. Piper continues: "Our international prestige is at stake when we proclaim the lofty principles of the Moral Law as the charter I of Nuremberg, but at the same time condone the damnable deeds which non-German nations commit against this same law. If we do not publicly condemn them, not only the Germans but other nations, too, will question the purity of our motives in bringing the Nazi criminals to trial. "But there is another and far more serious consequence that will result from our acquiescence. I know of no other way to peace —even tc a shortlived peace— except through the active adherence to moral principles. Making abouc all your representatives in Congress, the Secretary of State, and President Truman if by their clean, well-furnished homes. And where do you think these provisions come from? Dr, IIIU i IfAIUl III II ill!..Ml 11 tJJ II.' I' i^.w.----. continued silence they intend to your letter has the wrong mastcondone the crimes against huhead. It should be adorned by manity and the moral law com\ a Swastika. ^^ fo< .fry"* fo |dM A %  FULL LIFE READINGS WAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS Psychic Medium Will Gire You Lucky Days and Numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take bus to door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 TERMITE CONTROL EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING GENERAL EXTERMINATING CO. 436 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION PHONE 5-3765 TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21t Terrace CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS APPLIANCES SERVICE ELECTRICAL Unity Electric Co., Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 AFTER 6 P.M. 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' PAGE TWELVE +Je*lstfhrMtoi Vets' Auxiliary Names Officers Officers of the Ladies' auxiliary to the Freda Markowitz post no. 174, Jewish War Veterans, were elected and installed Monday evening at the Miami Y. Mrs. Gertrude Mark.was named president with the following slate: Mrs. Lillian Sti warl ior vice president: Mrs. Evelyn Storch, junior vice president; Miss Mary Kaufman, treasurer. Mrs. Jennie Gerrig, judgi vocate: Miss Lee Rosenthal, lain, Mrs. Augusta Birnberg, corresponding secrel Mrs. Sue Kout, recording s< retary; Miss ( %  trude Gelber. conductress. Thi Misses Estl i and Ruth Kratish, wh were named I Officei i were install) d bj Minnie Kline, post president of th< oi ganization. Plan nulatfoi hospi• othei i' installations. NOTICE STATESMAN TO TRY FOR PENINSULA H'CAP States • %  i : thi : e nic< v will be pointed i Har. • the! I hat limorear purI Lhi Sil" r Hoi : i Gai i n Sti I I it sumtor mO. L. Boi thi f half a n of 1 I three. For 1 i $23,265 in p OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File X iTICE IS H*BMT OIVBM ttal r V\ PKNNfel and UA18J i <-> %  • %  n. wile, h Idera M LI the Ub :.;, .f June, A. p. 1 ... %  : "l iitta %  %  %  in Da • C mty, t Lot 17, Block ,.-..%  %  I ly under I .... %  %  ,. %  it. %  %  : ami. < %  %  ~;. te No. ; led %  %  %  %  ii %  • : i A. D .'. \.V C irt, I • % %  NOTICE 0F APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?. LEE, holder ol I n> .?[ th.it I .. i was In thi r• • • : ; L'n ... .V GIVES • .. n ,• ol i> AM H RICH r, it A Suit" 128, 3 aid i i %  • %  • %  %  Circuit Court ol Ida. I'.Mi. B WRIGHT UAI.TI-.K %  :. Ri il >DA \\J BLAIK ,1 \M '. I ALLOT, i Itlon ". tiff, i .-. %  %  aid I .... to tin • thi L'ou ..... %  lit Court, S. C. STE1 DC Circuli C I %  -'• I HEREBY GIVEN I I une "f HOTEL, ;i t 204 Bil M ... K rid .. with thi C • : i lade I rTTO E FISCHER JR., I LA E. FISCHER Partner*. :. \.\. \; %  ; %  ants. Civic League Sponsors Political Rally %  .inning : %  I %  17 at I !<:.". il Bt ... %  I'. • i : test ag rtst 1 r. Veeway. A i luki n of rig the :i to can i • ; te i i ast end I tl cause\ unanii adopted. All %  %  E the 1 e who in the armed forces during the war will be presented •• %  tifii ati i at nighl Maj 1, according to President S. W. Shapiro. ICE IS HEREBY 'Jl\ EN that gage iu %  %  r THE TIETZE ASSOCIATES, at Jll • M ami, Fla., %  i • %  i. Cli -. [Lade o.umy, Partners. \ ARD TIE ELITH M. TIETZE, •AN, \ %  %  OP THE COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA, I' M 1. Li ILNTY Nu NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. BEATRK E ROSENkXEXllACM. formerly BEAntU'E RoSENSTOCK, Di eaaed ... that I have • BK ITRICE ROSENi: BE%  eaaed; on for final d thai [th day .,:"•',. % % %  % %  %  thi H %  %  ."• F. B O untj Jt|.l B <. 1 I foi final dls• lay of CHARLES M. TANB.NBAUM • VML -VM.',,T. A """"' %  %  a Obituaries SCHNEIDMAN Hai tired merchant who came hen I! yean ngi fi'.n St. Louis, died In -i Iv rter a i Ive-day illness. I le lived .o I ".".4 N. W. si\tn *t. Ni %  F| ., ... rt • D -' i i i.i'AALP F.HRL1CH MYERS *&£*" %  daughter, Ida O. Schneldman, Miami; ;i Blister and two broth) i -. Services were held Monday In Gordon chapel, with burial in woodlawn Park, DAVIS Joseph M Davis, 93, i-f 1(80 James nv... ulam Beach, died Thursday. A retired whisky distiller, he ;is %  winter visitor here from Chicago foi many years. Surviving arc two daughters, Mrs Grace wedeklnd <>f Los Angeles, and Mrs. Annette Bppensteln '>f Chicago, and a brother, Harry, of Minneapolis, Minn. Gordon Funeral home has sent the body to Minneapolis. GREEN Abraham Green, 61, of 601 N. E. 32nd St.. died at his home Saturday I .after a brief Illness. A retired Memphis (Tenn.) merchant, he came to Miami six months ago. He Is survived by his widow. Mrs. Rose Green. Miami; two sons. Aaron, also of Miami, and Sol. of Florence, Ala. The remains were sent to Memphis for final services by the Palmer Funeral home. LEON KAPLAN -Applicant UBtAT&tJfr* NOTICE the nu i K I 3LM35* MVEN thai 3/22-29 4/51 2?18 DNEY H !" AN inthe Dade NOTICE IS 6 und'TsiB ness under %  ^aSSSWAs engaged in MIKAI.S nA,;io"^HOp B a na 8 m i' N' Miami Avenue Miami mii,. N Intend to register tK'sSi ,'l*i i.i" n 1 name In the office of th^riJi "."i. s Circuit Court of D a de ron£ erk of ,he MVC B ^% "^^ r da MICHAEL TASHMAN, GEORGE CHERTKOF S le Ownor Attorney for ADDlicant 3/29 4/5-12-19-26 U .\, iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,;. & ( IUAR MACHINES al Ml ,,; .. •• i said • • It of th. i • %  i ly, Finn rt \!'ii v riNi VNO. MILTON A PRIEPM \N. Al rney foi kpl NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the ui lersl Ing in el B ige In del the fictitious name of M VRTIN ill 652 N ..%  .. %  • % %  | %  eglster said n th thi C srk the Circuit of I '.id.Count), F rlda MAX SCHWARTZ, ... i in :;,r ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applli %  a i 5-ii-n NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lersigned, desiring to engace In thi flctit ii name i if FLORIDA BFBINESS SERVICE at 10 N E ie, Mi.i ml, Fla.. regl aid name with the Clerk of the (circuit Court ol Dade P IRVING ELFMAN PAUL ELFMAN I 5-12-19-26 5/3 A MAN WITH A PLAN Under my plan beneficiaries have received an increase from present policies of more lhan twenty-eight per cent without any additional premium outlay. Call or write: H. A. BINDER Suite No. 615, Olympia Bldg. PHONE 3-0828 LIFE MEMBER—MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE "***. APR1 Hi LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 IIERBUY GIVEN that the underalg'il. deniring to engage In under the fictitious name of MIAMI MKItCANTILE CENTER, Miami Florida, Intend to register viid name with ihe Clerk of the Clri ui Courl of Dade County, Florida. JOHN FELLBR IIKNN IIUXiM .1 %  ; %  :-': 4 '5-11-11 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In ~ under the fictitious name of HKACH FOOD CENTER, at 1421 Washington Ave Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade %  Florida. JOSEPH EHRLICH NATHAN KIIIU.ICH DAVID BROOKS ;: MAX GOLDSTEIN, Attorney for Applicants %  t..'.-U-l NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ness under the fictitious name of 1.i:\cil ITHI.IC STENOGRAPHIC SERVICE, at soti Lincoln Road Bldg., Room --'• Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk %  '. Circuit Court of Dade County, Flo Ids ___ CKLIA TRAURKl. Sole Owner. %  i 5-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious naroe of COMFORT-BASE COUCH COMPANY 8 W KOI Ave.. Miami. Fla., Il tends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida SIDNEY HYMAN. 3/22-29 I 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underpinned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH MIMEOGRAPHING & TYPEWRITING SERVICE, at 600 Lincoln Road Bldg-., Room 22. Miami Beach. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. IKI.IA TRACRIO. Sole Owner. 22-29 4 T.-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOCTHERN LACQUERS & COATINGS CO., at Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida IRA S. LEVY LOUIS WINTER 3 22-29 4/5-12-19 T ome r7WS.W.12thAV.MIAMI-i LIB. 3.343i_] "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" NC OFFKULLV KPKSOIT THE Huron Of mmn JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlotmalion Gladly fmnuhtd en fteourtl SERVING MIAMI BEACH ft MIAMI Exclusively Jewish MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1238 Washington AY*. Miami Beich THOS. M. BURNS. JR Funerai Oircctor ABE CISENBCRa. Tr,s, ur r In Now York: '6th St. and Armtordam AT* IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director LEGAL NOTK'K the under, ness utid IB int i 2r&t.r u in A A the Clerk ,,/',;. I ;." 1 \n ,-J! County. Kl,. ,,!, ,r, ->"t Co^ ,ACK cotW 0, 58aSL CH n.n 4/5-12-111. %  <: NOTICE 16 I the unden i i bualneM x,w ., \ 1 ;"i, "i to, THE TA\|, AM ,,":,''>> TOY MAM;-,', 'HNTn at 1216 s. \v. -il, it i? tend to ... WM Clerk of ,. .: n m County. Kl.. "" IRVIN -MfiSRa 1 Atternev t 4/5-12-19-26 5/3 Coun 'BTEn AppikMan NOTICE is the undei In buglneis ui d <>f NBWA1 Miami. Fldil-i said Hani. cult Court KEREBT GIT ".. derirtaH | U| -f to tin '.'.Kl. 'Jgj '.Intend t,'. NOTICE 18 HERBBfi at 2291-% S \v MK %F 0V V Fla., intend t %  KL^ with the Clerk .he 8 S cm Dade Count) ; i.. cl1 CLEM MYERSOM EOirii KELDMAW ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for A: i.ll.antu 4/5-12-19-26 :, ;; Ka "'VT .w H0T I C ? ,fl HEREBY the underslgiied. .l.--irinr to business under the fictitioM* JERSEY FOOD CENTBRTB llns Ave, MJan ReaekTK to reKiKt.T said • tme wi lh 1 norMa."'"'""''-"''^ M...T 1 /N A A 'K!: i ^^ \*K, l*M MIA MONUMENT "Miami's Oldest and Linj Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMD You need no longer' 6 to 10 months for monuments. We cany^ large selection mediate delivery. All Styles of Hebrtw Lettering and Deiitjni Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn Cemrtif| MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Dii4Jctor Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob-M** 1 Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Erne* For Further Inlonnortlon Phone) 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-14J* PAL MER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONE 9-2664 'SERVING THE JEWISH E. E. CARTER. Funaral Diree, COMMUNITY A Friend la Meed" MOIW.FLAOI* ~ 11 i •MM



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DAY APRIL 12. 1946 Mmffft fhridiar „. Hadassah Groups to Form [itral Administrative Board I izatior of a central board of Greater Miami Hadassah %  Organ ess according to Mrs. Abraham Goodman, r re-elected to the presidency of the Miami Beach chaph central board will be made up of representatives of the and Miami Beach chapters and the Business and ProJ Women's division and other Hadassah groups that 'he formed and will serve as the administrative body for aioups, Mrs. Goodman said. Fleeted with Mrs. Goodman by the Beach chapter % %  Cohen. Mrs. George pan, Mrs. Murray GrossMis. Joseph Lipton, Mrs. iWclf, vice presidents; Mrs. platoff, financial secrefjlrs. Saul Appelbaum, as. financial si cretary. Hjttic Goldstein, execuxretary: Mrs. N. Douglas "recording secretary; Mrs. Alpert, social secretary; ^Barney Weinkle, treasurer; V A. Goodman, mailing secwere PAGE THIRTEEN DR. GRAHAM OPENS BEACH OFFICE members ol the board of tors are the Mesdamea Yolano jr, Dan Berliner, Leo Chai.Geovge Chertkof, George Iter Cohen, Max Dobrothy K. Fink, S. FriedfMorris Gettleman, Louis ; Ida Goldberg, J. J. Goodster Hart. Louis Heiman, JlHyman. Iv Kaplan, A. I Mcses Krieger, Leon KroQrving Lehrman, Celia Lel[Sol Leslie. E. I.esowoder, %  Hamlet, Joseph Mazo, Max Moses Mescheloff. the Mesdanus Benjamin Nathan Newman, A. Iff, Joseph Pomerance, S. MRS. ABRAHAM GOODMAN Prosterman, Matilda Ratner, Joseph Rose, Rudolph Rothschild, H. Rubin, Sam Rutter. S. Sapiro, S. Simonhoff, Milton Sirkin, Harold Spaet, Alex Van Straaten, H. Vinson, Carl Weinkle, Joseph Williamson. J]>Bl1Mjn *Stt \W ** Rabbi Joseph E. RackoYtky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 After 30 months of active duty •n the Army, Dr. George A. Graham has returned to private practice of general dentistry at his new offices at 817 Washington ave. Prior to discharge, Dr. Graham was post dental surgeon at Ft. Andrews, harbor defense of Boston. After graduating from Miami Senior High school, he received his bachelor of science degree at the University of Maryland. near future, according to an announcement made this week. Elected with Mrs. Sorin last week were Mrs. M. Hauscr, vice president; Mrs. Lew Kravitz, vice president; Mrs. A. Berlow, treasurer; Mrs Lester Kravetz, recording secretary; Mrs. I. Zuckerman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Baum, financial secretary; Mrs. J. Cresnick, auditor, and Mrs. F. F. Rosenbush, sergeant at arms. The auxiliary has scheduled its annual picnic at Greynolds park for May 5. that will follow the refreshment [hour, the final reading and voting of the by-laws to change the 'annual election will be held. Mrs. Jack August, president, will appoint a nominating committee. A program is being arranged by Mrs. Max Shapiro, chairman. (Hostesses for the afternoon will ,be Mrs. Max Siegel, Mrs. Joe Siegcl and Mrs. Charles Ludwig. Hollywood Auxiliary Elects Mrs. Sorin Mrs. T. J. Sorin will be installed as president of the Ladies auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center in the BETH DAVID WOMEN SET PASSOVER EVENT Due to the Passover holiday, the regular April meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be held Thursday afternoon at the Beth David auditorium. Special home-made Passover refreshments will be served from 1:30 to 2 p.m. During the business meeting Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandiie Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarler St., Miami I i; i You'll call it... "THE WORKSAYINGEST KITCHEN EVER!" iop at. CARLS for your PASSOVER FOODS Setter fond f or Less %  'OMfNTm CARLS FOOD CENTERS 1895 S. W. 8th St 8515 Biscoyne Blvd. 700 West 41st St. Miami Beach CARL WE3NKLES 1701 Alton Road Miami Beach i *tAt faew&u. foa %  $1.15 •neluded) Nationally-Famous Horses and Jockeys Compete for Major Honors DAILY DOUBLE lit and 2nd RACES Post-tine 2 P.M. l^^oiRest of Biltmore loner This "New Freedom Gas Kitchen" design adds modern charm to an old house W HETHER it's brand new or remodeled—every "New Freedom Gas Kitchen" gives you 3 major "freedoms": FREEDOM FROM COOKING CARES! You just set the automatic clock controls of your wonderful, new Gas range and let the dinner take care of itself! For top-burner speed and flexibility foolproof baking, broiling and roasting there's nothing to equal a modern Gas range! Choose yours from the many new designs now available. And look for the "CP" seal! FREEDOM FROM FOOD STORAGE PROBLEMS! Your silent, economical-to-run, new Gas refrigerator keeps more food fresh longer! And there's not a single moving part in the freezing system to wear out or break down! FREEDOM FROM HOT WATER WORRIES! There's always plenty of hot water — for dishes, laundry and bath—thanks to that new, automatic Gas waterheater! And it's economical, too! Why not start planning your "New Freedom Gas Kitchen" today? THE WONDER FLAME THAT COOLS AS WELL AS HEATS PEOPLES2^jj*^£f&: COMPANY I • I I | i • • I • i I • %  I link • Ft. latJttUlt %  ;,:



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PAGE FOURTEEN Face Facts BY George Tahanoff Fla. Regional Director. ADL eluded oy referring to the^ewto i.-ninted Inm tnroug" Their eyes haunuu out his Near East journey. What ;„ the DP camps he had en In th !£ mebody land people in the United State* | t0 0 ne such Hitler props*anda line, said the SP< bs • %  the Jews -ant !" }*\ \ yoa ••Well." remarked M ow, ^ be turned out en masse to listen jad d J Ralph McGill. Editor of the | t W *tn"i disturbing the status Atlanta Constitution, who had t ^ ^ just returned from a six-week ram. The • N ar E.S. trip. Known as the g Near East trip. Known as th gj^^rt,,, faces, Sinewy Southern liberal of considerable n journalistic influence, McGill was wQrn Commissioned by the Overseas d News Agency to prepares oltlietectirtworkmttii^.gJJ-J,^ tine situation, m Germany, n p Egvpt and the Holy Land. k ,„ u ,.,.%  McGill issued a sinister | lory wher. tag that we must not fall for the serve d whining and ingratiating manne andjoenUsts of the Germans. In & was struck by th. people seemed "second -, he wondered ho> possibly have succe. led in tn hard toil and diabolical plan I ... ;, observed in a .foundry This Palestinian founHe tly Pou %  d McGill, had "done Germans are clevi Montgomery's army propai uda and v a." McGill con— Readers desii [** XT* ~ with the *.DL office, 330 Seybow bldg.. Miami. CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Enrollments Now Being Accepted Call Helen Baker—48-4929 or Claire Moonev—2-3758 fusion. N t only P pie of Germany willing Jo b the oropaganda lies, McGill, '• '' %  land France and who fall t sort ol 0 j= 1 Robert L. Cherry, D.D.S. j Havng recently retu-ned from Military Service*, wishes to j announce tne reopening of his j dental office at 725 duPont Building Practice Limited To Extraction of Teeth and Oral Surgery ASTOR HOTEL 956 Washington Ave. American or European Plan Reasonable Daily or Monthly Rate! Make Your Reservations for Passover Early $8.00 per Day, Room and Board Three Meals Daily STRICTLY KOSHER ask ior KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand Itl I urai ouiyr REGISTER NOW I Vote May 7 GEORGE A. GRAHAM D.D.S. Announces the Opening of His Office for the Practice c* GENERAL DENTISTRY 817 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. O'tice Hours: :0O to 5:00 By Appointment Phone 58-3851 THRIFTY! ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D Tablets E ACH tablet contains 25* moral than minimum daily requirements of these two essential Vitamins. Insufficient Vitamin A may' cause night blindness, may lessen, resistnnrr to infection of the nose, throat, eyes, ears and sinuses. Vitamin D is necessary to enable the body to make use of the calcium and phosphorus in our food. Insure your minimum requirements of these two important Vitamins, by taking ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D Tablet every day. Economical—5ll deliver i W "Pilpul" in honor of the "Great Sabbath, towill be composed of a Halachic discourse %  J" interpretations. Shalos Sudos. 5:4 p*.1 group. 4 p.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast. 8:301 a.m.1 Monday morning. 8 a.m "Swum B chor. I completion of a tractate of tne Tahnudj males. Passover services, Monday and Tuetfaj\j Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Freedom Me.nl. P hood" at services at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and on Leaven," 9 a.m. Wednesday. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Washington Ave.. Miami Beach RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox ( Friday evening services 6:15 pmAdult' morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi M^cheM on "Shabbos Hagodol." The Bar M it A a of uu of Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaufman, will bo elebra mediate services for adolescents. 9 a.J gallon for boys and girls of elemcr>< %  > ch0 a.m. Bible study. 4 p.m., under tin. .'^ n 'P Friedman. A "P.lpul." traditional aiaWj over theme, will be delivered by Rabbi mam p.m. The public is invited „„ nin iptionoft A "Siyum B'chor." traditional completion o of a Talmudic tract, will be observed by ^ a.m. Monday. Passover services M.-iday 8 6:15 p.m.: Tuesday and Wedne^v. 8jKP^ I Mescheloff will preach at the morning seni MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER l


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APRIL 12, 1946 +JewlstirhrlMUmLJlnew BiscnvnE HHEIM S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING III WRESTLING MONDAY TUESDAY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 I



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! 4 PAGE SIXTEEN • Jenlsfflcrldton raiDAY, APRIL Conference Urges Greater Vigor In Denazification Program NEW YORK, April 9.—Contending that past denazification procedures have failed to accomplish their objectives, the American Jewish Conference today urged that denazification in the ( American zone in Germany be prosecuted with increased vigor, | in communications to Secretary of State James F. Byrnes and Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson. The charge was based on the killing of Samuel Dontziger, 37-year-old survivor of the Oswiecim concentration camp who was shot on March 29 by German police in a mass raid on the Stuttgart displaced persons settlement. Three other Jews wounded and 2fi were arrested. 0 Henry Monsky of Omaha. Children Entertained Nebr., chairman of the interim committee of tiie conference, declared that the incident "com%urRfcO CROSS must carry on!,. JL Ht A • twist on promised the fair name of the fay T (! N United States and the democratic ~. .,-,, principles for which we. nme nt of Americans, fought in World Wai ., : Your lied Cross rnitcJu-s over the comforts of hospitalized vettrans and service people everywhere. Help put its Fund Campaign „,er. ARTIST EXHIBITS II. "'That German polite were pu mitted to raid a Jewish camp, in the company of Americai tary personnel. giv. the Nazi underground, whose ex-1 m .. istenee AMG admits, and ci ,,,, ,, I mid othertainlydo, %  democratic prim Mt civilian popul Germany. nizations and Such an act ..... grams America:. lion t ,. ntact Mr. are conl.nuah S<. n ents for 'rid., trinat .. with : : th H bb >W rote. "Th< | z of the I" IT.;, recognized by n as a foiim Oswiecim. is evei For it ii that G used in ; ork hav< not been thoroughly said. Mr M • I ii • Mr. M :. as one of the c mfi hairmen. The inti mittee, in deciding upoi chairman: %  to the increasing sense among conft renci William Earl Singer, renown%  • • tist is now exhibiting a Death of Fred Jacobs Confirmed By War Dept. Confirmation of the death of Sgt. Frederick W. Jacobs was received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lee Jacobs, 1967 S.W. Eighth s*., in a letter from the War department last week. Reported missing in action March 24, 1945, Fred was killed when his plane crashed in flames over Germany. The sole survivor confirmed the death of his crewmates when he was rescued from a Germany prison camp. The young sergeant entered AAF training shortly after he was graduated from Miami Senior High school. He completed aerial navigation and gunnery schools before leaving for overseas duty in November, 1944. He was up for promotion to master sergeant a^T, N. r.. tRI> ST. Phone 3-0789 DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN HONORABLY DISCHARGED. U. S. ARMY AIR FORCES AMNOINCES RE-OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT 527 S. W. 12th Avenue Miami. 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AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROCER Ask for Kosher Products For Passover by Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc. 79 N. W. 20th Street Phone 9-1977 1 -LER ST. 1 202 S. J. DESTRO FUR CO. Phone 9-3373 FORMERLY OF MIAMI FURRIERS To Prntert Your Fii-5 —Know Your Furrier Certified Cold Storaqe • Repairing • Remodeling • Cleaning • Glaring FREE PICKUP SERVICE BY BONDED MESSENGER NEW Y0RI FLORIDA Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3 Airlinen • RADAR EQUIPPED • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS • STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY MEAIi Unscheduled flights for your added convenience. For resimJions and information for individual chartered passage or canplete chartered plane, call 3-34S5. PASSENGER DIVISION TRANS-CARIBBEAN HSgtt MEMBER OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FUR STORAGE REPAIRS REMODELING CLEANING and GLAZING AD Work Done on the PremUe. MIAMI FURRIERS Miami's Largest and Most IUU.KU r 33 N. 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)AY. APRIL 12. 19*6 -JeHlstfhiUton PAGE SEVENTEEN E A f x w EAST OF PASSOVER, Feast of Freedom, Thou Testimony of God's infinite love, and His wise providence 1 salute thee before my Maker! Let my heart be filled with festive gladness, and my soul enjoy Heaven's loving-kindness, that my spirit fully comprehend the holy signification of this feast of redemption; that my soul soar aloft on the pinions of sacred devotion to the Eternal Redeemer of Israel who called the seed of Jacob to be his chosen people, saved it from degrading and oppressive slavery and guided it with paternal love from night to light, from servitude to freedom, and said to Israel: "Thou art my people." Oh that I may fully understand and feel the sacred lessons of this feast to celebrate it according to the will of Him who appointed it and became worthy of this blessing that I may utter praise, thanksgiving and adoration before my God and Redeemer, for ever and aye. Amen. —Continued THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF THE CITY OF MIAMI COMMISSIONERS ^BWNE PALMER JR. Mayor *• C. OARDHER ^W.HOSEA A. B. CURRY City Manager JAMES A. DUNN LEONARD THOMSON THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMEN HERBERT A. FRJN1 Mayor CLAUDE A. RENSHAW City Manager JOHN H. LEV! D. LEE POWELL RALPH POLE WILLIAM BURBRIDGE MARCIE LBERMAN LOUIS SNEDIGAR 'T J v -*?ft ?=*" % 



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< PAGE EIGHTEEN +JeMnrMto!l I22 !" ^2£3* -. Jutvouuirtiint Pesach, or Passover, is first in the calendar of Jewish festivals. It is considered by many as the greatest of Jewish festivals. For over two thousand years, it has been more than a holiday: it has been THE holiday, the festival of redemption. In addition, Pesach is the oldest of Jewish festivals, dating back to the most ancient of times, in the days when the Jews were still nomadic shepherds in the wilderness. Pesach is the spring festival. It begins on the eve of the fourteenth day of the month of Nisan (this year at sundown on April 15). Originally a seven-day festival, it is so observed today in Palestine and among Reform Jews, with only the first and seventh days as days of rest. Due, however, to the unsettled state of the Jewish calendar in olden times, the festival was extended to last eight days amongst Jews not resident in Palestine. Pesach was originally a nature festival, an observance of the coming of spring. Jews observed a spring festival long before the deliverance from Egypt. As time went on, Pesach became an historic and national holiday, the festival of the deliverance from Egypt, and it thus assumed a newer and higher meaning. — -Coatinuod THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF NEIL BERK ASSOCIATES 7424 CoUint AT.. MIAMI BEACH WALTER S. BERMAN REALTOR 420 Lincoln Hd. MIAMI BEACH WILLIAM E. COOK REALTOR 130 Eretgladee ConcouiM NORMANDY ISLE W. D. DAVIS 1020 Ererglades Concourse NORMANDY ISLE C. W. KISTLER CO. MORTGAGES REALTOR Congress Bldg. MIAMI S. MEGDALL REALTOR MS Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH S. E. SCHWARTZ REALTOR 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH SEAMON & VERNOFF REAL ESTATE BROKERS 1434 Alton Rood MIAMI BEACH WOLFF 4 FEUER REAL ESTATE 41 N. E. 1st AYS. MIAMI CECIL MOBLEY RF.Al.TuR 1213 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH O. B. STUART REALTOR 311 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH S. I. HALPERN REALTOR 1857 Washington Are. MIAMI BEACH CAPT. I. A. GREN1ER REALTOR 463 41st St. MIAMI BEACH ALLEN M. MARTIN and STANLEY G. TARILTON REALTORS 1101 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. MIAMI BEACH Management Appraisala Salea Rental* A. A. DICK CO. REALTORS 17M S. W. 8th St. "In the Heart of the Somhweat Section" Businoss Phone 3-0711 A. A. DICK FOGARTY 4 KING REALTORS Arthur B. Fogarty—A. M. King 1709 W. Flsgler St. Phones 30913; 2-533S TOM DUPREE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulerard MIAMI BEACH Phone 58-1688 MR. and MRS SAUL GRIEF INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building Phone 2-2661 L. L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357 REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineer! and Contractor. MIAMI BEACa FLORIDA Foundation.-Docke-Ounitlne, Baecule and Fixed Bridget Concrete—Steel "PURITY "ABSTRACT CO." RELIABLE-DEPENDABLE N. E. 1st Ar.nu, Phono 2-0238 TRAIL REALTY CO! REAL ESTATE Phone 2-4061 2058 S. W. Bin St. "•'Pb A. Kennedy E c Mu(|#n MIL and MRSEDWARD SCHEER sis DAUGHTER •** EDWARD'S DEPAHTMB" STORE 17M N. W. 36th Str* MRS. C. V. PLUMMB LOUIS F. TIED" SNEDKJAI MIAMI BEACH JAMES T. WILSON Sttperintend.nl of *& Instruction W. CECIL WATSOH Clerk of CrUntnaU** RALPH C. POLE Your Miami Bsscb Councilman J. I. FARM* Building Inspsd* MIAMI BEACH ^ VTLTCTCSAH* Yosir COSUSIT Co** '" il MR. and MRSTM. KA^ MR. 5 MlsTBDrSEtf* and SONS "THE STEWS DORIS SOL MARGERY



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I f-JmlsitnorkMar FRIDAY, Cite £gntWf <8f jtaaclf %  The house will be spotless. The good smells of Yomtovdlc foods will fill every room. And the special Sederdish will contain the symbolic foods of Petxxch which the master of will point out and explain during the reading 0 f th 1 MATZOS: In the three divisions of the Sederdish are three matzos, representing the three kinds of Jews: Kohen, Levi and Yisroel—priest, Levite and Israelite. During the Seder, the upper and lower matzos are eaten and one part of the middle matzo is hidden. •! MAUROR: The bitter herbs are eaten as a reminder of the sufferings of the Jews at the hands of the Egyptians who imposed upon them and made their lives bitter with hard labor. ZERO AH: The roasted meat bone is a symbol of the Paschal lamb which the lews sacrificed on the eve of Pesach during the days of the Temple. For the Lord passed over the houses of the J Israel in Egypt and He spared their houses when He smote the I $ AFIKOMAN: The middle matzo is divided after the meal. Each member of the family eats a bit of this afikoman which is the last food he may eat until the next morning. In the days of the Temple it was forbidden to eat anything, dessert or sweets, after the eating of the Paschal. Later, when the Temple was destroyed and the sacrifice no longer offered, it became the custom to end the meal with a piece of matzo. The custom of one of the children trying to steal the afikoman for ransom was probably begun as a means of enlivening the closing parts of the Seder. r CHAROSES: Is a mixture d cinnamon, apples and win. a reminder of the day thtj were given to make the I mortar to build the pakxsj temples that Pharaoh KARPAS: Parsley, celery and! dipped in salt water, and thskj herbs, dipped in the cha relishes that were used at I meals in olden days. DADE COUNTY ROOFING CO., Inc. 222 Aragon Are. Phone 4-6625 DEERING AWNING 4 FURNITURE CO. 1179 S.W. 8th St. Phone 3-7200 ELECTROLUX Incorporated Poital Building S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEAC H, FLA. MIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. Phone 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th St. MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY A. W. MILLER 404 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-2477 THE LEAR SCHOOL 1010 West A*e. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL PRIMARY LE LIAN KRUMM BEAUTY SALON Fop Everything Pertaining To B*auty Work 216 Seybold Building Phone 3-4141 KASSDTS LINEN SHOP 657 Lincoln Rd. 104 E. Flagler St. -L*on—RaymShd Morria—Aba THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF GENERAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE 2732 N. W. 2nd Are. Service—Installation—Repair* Houeehold and Commercial Ammonia Ice Cream Dairy Equipment Day Phone 2-3641 Night Phone 3-4769 _^^ BILL PIKE, Prop, DADE TIRE COMPANY Super Retread,n 0 and Recapp,n, 1501 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-2629 All Work Done on Preml.e. No Agenoei-Expert Tailor, Su.tt. Dreeiei. Blanketi. Rug. Drape* Cleaned WE DELIVER CORAL WAY CLEANERS. Inc. Established 19M 225 Coral Way Coral Gable* Phone 41345 Cemmerelal Standard Inauranee Ce7 0' Ft. Worth FIRE-WIND & CASUALTY E. C. THRALL Fla. Gen. Agent 2901 Ponce de Leon Bird. CORAL GABLES, F LA. CARRB NOVELTY CO. Imported and Dome.tic Novelt,., 306 Congrew Building Phone 3-0110 BISCAYNE LAUNDRY nn ... DRT ""LEANING 231-233 llih St. p h 5 „„. MUM. BEACH. FLORIDA 0 254 OE LUXE SERV.CE I'KST CONTROL SERVICE Termite Proofing—Fumigating Moth Proofing Bonded Uniformed Operator* MIAMIM IAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. Inc. 3003 Coral Way Phone 4-6401 Don't Tolerat*—Exterminate BILT-RITE BUND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturer* ?r B,,n *Comic** 2248 S. W. 8th SL Phone 4-6921 'PHOLSTERING AUGUST STUDIO Of Interior Decorating Phone 5-1024 Exelu.ive Orp*ry Work and Slip Cover* UIA }*H I Alton Road MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA DAVIS PAINT & BODY SHOP ll S. W. 6th St. MIAMI FLAMINGO U-DRrVE-rT 2331 Llborly Ave. MIAMI BEACH BARNES BOAT 31 S. W. 4th St. MIAMI TED HOUSER SHIP BROKER PoaUl Bldg. MIAMI BILL MATH1S PAINT 4 BODY SHOP 124 Suntot Dn OUTH MIAMI OWENS CRUISER SAIfll MIAMI 961 N. W. 7th St MI AMI PAN AMERICAN M < 1450 N. Miami AT* M IAMI J RUDY'S GARAGE 3018 N. E. 2nd AT* MIAMI SLOAN WELDING I 246 S. W. 5lh St M IAMI A. D. ST. PHILUP BOATS Cauaeway D*" MIAMI E. STRECCR TRUCK BO* 724 N. W. 21sl MIAM I TROPICAL PAINT 6 I SHOP „ 1289 N. W.TJtb MIAMI^^. USHER'S GARAGE 4 | SERVICE 1349 DtijMf MIAMI BEACM "PAUL WAWjBJ, AUTOMOBILE JW-T1 B m JbS H LOTOVE4MJJ* WOMEN'S *> 1M S M W A* PINTO 1642 Eo cW.iT MIAMI SSACH



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APRIL 12. 1946 ^^MifhrHlarj PAGE TWENTY-THREE % Svmijola §f Jesarff .ring the Seder, every paris obliged to drink tour 0 f wine. On drinking the one leans to the left. a it [the custom in ancient timee free noblemen who used D6 on couches in a leaning Ion. Today it is a symbol ^om and independence, jthe master of the "house. of the holiday, reclines upon m -throne of pillows yj HAGGADA: which means "telling" is the book containing the story of Pesach, which is read during the Seder because of the Biblical command: "And thou shalt tell thy son in that day, saying: it is because of that which the Lord did for me when I came forth out of Egypt" A major portion of the Haggada is concerned with the answering of uestions, which the youngest son addresses to his father: efore is this night distinguished 1 from all other nights? On all other may eat either leavened or unleavened bread, but on this night avened bread, other nights we may eat any species of herbs, but on this night herbs. other nights we do not dip even once, but on this night twice. I other nights we eat and drink either sitting or leaning, but on | we all lean." THE FIRST CUP of wine follows the kiddush, as on other festive days and the Sabbath. The second cup is taken at the end of the first part of the Seder. The third cup follows the grace after the meal. The fourth is drunk at the conclusion of the second part of the Seder. The number four is meaningful because God, when sending Moses 5?S Iiver -i Ule iebrews made u e f 'our different verbs, all of which signuy redemption. y ELIJAH'S CUP: A separate wine cup is filled and placed in the center of the table for the great prophet Because of his role in Jewish history as the champion of righteousness, Elijah became the hero of many legends. It is thought that he will appear as the messenger bearing good tidings, word of the coming of the Messiah, who will usher in peace and bring salvation to Israel and all mankind. When the Seder is almost over, the door is opened so that the prophet may enter and join the family in the observance of Pesach. The children are wide-eyed, watching to see whether Elijah will drain his cup. BAYTSAU: The roasted egg is a token of the festival offering that was used by our people on the eve of the holiday during the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem. It is also a symbol of mourning, and commemorates the destruction of the holy Temple in Jerusalem; for even in the midst of rejoicing we are not to forget that age-old sorrow. —Continued i i M > %  h I. %  I 1 %  l : • %  I 1 1 t ; i THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF JK> CANDY CO. S. w. 8th st %  AMI, FLORIDA W 48-1888 ) A. AUSLEY ENGINEERING~& |AL PRODUCTS rhont 3-29H 1 E. 17th Ttrraca P^^OMPANY 'If. MUmi Are. • 3-2023 J0N PAINTS fij o the turt.ee'' ** TUqlu St • 3-4743 ,"siGN~co7 Ejpsg s— JJtelNEERING CO. L finis*,., W McFARLAND AWNING CORPORATION "If lt Canvas w. Can Make It" TROPICAL. FURNITURE 741 S. W. lib St Ph. 2-6042 Fr Delivery Fret Gift Wrapping THE MODERNE PHARMACY Prescriptions Fills*) as Prescribed Finest Imported Psrfumss Stocked Better Cosmetic Llnss Rsprssented 553 41st St Miami Baach Phone 5-1711 MOSELEY*S. Inc. LINENS 734 Lincoln Road Phono 5-3811 Worth Avenue PALM BEACH, FLA. M. 6. M. DREDGING 4 CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building Miami. Florida Manufacturers of Upholstsrsd Bars Back Bars—Stools Estimate and Deeiona Submitted MALCER&SON UPHOLSTERING 1730 W. Flaglar St Phone 3-30t t MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAr CO. Anchor Brand Produete Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Suppllss Deodorants, Disinfectants Phona $-43*3 124 First St >£* %  & B Bch ROWLAND P. S7VANS PROVIDENT JEWELRY and LUGGAGE COMPANY 39 N. Miam i Aranue PEOPLES REFRIGERATION CO. 2831 N. Miami Are. Phone 2-4274 ALEXANDER ORR. JR.. Inc. PLUMBERS 218 N. E. 6th Si reel Phona 2-3119 BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Ava. Phone 6-2040 GREEN BROTHERS BROKERS 55 N. E. 24th SI. MIAMI EUGENE J. WEISS ACCOUNTANT Congress Bldg. Miami LELA WIELT ALBION BEAUTY SALON 307 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH ARDMORE STUDIO 2200 Collins AT*. MIAMI BEACH BEACH SALES VENDING MACHINES 518 Michigan Are. MIAMI BEACH TONY BOWERS CUSTOM TAILORING 120—23rd Street MIAMI BEACH CAMEO PHARMACY 1443 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH CHRISTINE OF HOLLYWOOD 618 S. Miami Ava. MIAMI ESKAY DRUGS Vanderbill Hotel—Collins at 20th Pancoast Hotel—Collins at 30th FADER'S SERVICE STATION 2199 S. W. 22nd St MIAMI FARR TOURS 1245 Washington Are. MIAMI BEACH FITHIAN STUDIOS 323 W. 47th St MIAMI BEACH I. D. GILBREATH PAINTING CO. 537 S. W. 12th Ava. MIAMI GINO HAIR STYLIST 1057 Washington Ava. MIAMI BEACH GRAY PRODUCTS CORP. 938 N. Miami Ava. MIAMI • M i • ;1 ;



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR k*lstFk>rk**ri FRIDAY,, m t 3ebecMt It is time for the first Seder. Everything It in readiness. And all the family is gathered at the table to observe the least of Passover. It is appropriate that we sit down together in our homes to celebrate this night. For it symbolizes the fraternal bonds that unite our people. Come, let us repeat the words our people have chanted each year throughout the centuries: "This is the bread of afflication which our ancestors ate in the land of Egypt; let all that are hungry enter and eat; and all who are in want come and celebrate the Passover." • "THE WORLD'S" FIN F.ST IN FASHIONS SRAEEL & JABALY Lincoln Road LORA PACK SporUwtar for Women 639 Lincoln Road Phona 5-1916 JUDY HARMON ol Now York BEAUTY SALON Blackstona Hottl Bldg. 949 Washington Ava. Phona 6-6504 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Iron and Mttal of All Deecriptione Phona 3-4292 RICHIE METALS Naw and Uaad Plumbing Supplle* 2116 N. W. 27th AT*. I. LEVIN Dependablt KnowHow ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Day and Night Service McCLAIN APPLIANCE REPAIRS Phona 2-0012 Stovaa, Water Heatera and Waehlng Machlnea OUR SPECIALTY G. D. MARPLE ELECTRIC 130'* S. Miami ATO. Phona 2-5467 THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF GATTLE'S LINEN SHOP 1031 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH HANNAU PHOTO Studio of Fine Portraiture. 612 Lincoln Road Miami Baach Phona 59-2923 FAMOUS CLEANERS & LAUNDRY "It'e the Tope" 3454 N. W. 7th ATB. Phona 2-5701 EXOTIC GARDENS. Inc. Flowere for All Oeeaeione Flaglar at Brldga Phona* 2-0519—2-6792 •* cl L on Lincoln Road Phona 5-2961 Phona 2-3105 FLORIDEAN CONVALESCENT HOME 47 If. W. 32nd Piaco Phona 4-9306 We Buy WASTE PAP E JL RAQ8 All Typ tt FLORIDA WASTE PAPER & SALVAGE. In" 333 N.W. 22nd Lana Phona 3-1169 WILSON'S YOUNG MEN'S~ SHOP 557 LINCOLN ROAD ^M^Si^ Phona 6-7111 ENFTELD'S CAMERA SHOP Car. Washington AT*. 409 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH P. RICHARDSON Inaulatlon— Firebrick*—Tank* _.. __ Tr P nd Regulator* 311 Mandoia AT*. Ph. 4-2201 Warahousa: 1159 N. W. 22nd St. Phona 3-4960 VIOLA BELASCO SCHOOL OF DANCING 2901 Pone* da Laen Bird, Phona 4-217J K. BURNS* SON ... JEWELERS 114 East Flaglar St Phona 3-1164 BISCAYNE FRUIT & VEGETABLE CO. 316 Wast FlagU, Sttaot Phona 2-H71 CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG ,,. ~ COMPANY m N. E. First ATO. Ph. 8-1115 GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. 1000 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH GROOVER PHARMACY P--41st Straat MIAMI BEACH HALL-MARI ELECTRICAL SALES CO. Ml N. E. 19th Ton MIAMI HKONE PHOTOl IU % %  %  J HUTCHJSONSTAIK MIAMI I***! LANG SERViq 427 %  i.Sr LANDOfHL 1 SHTrW* MONT LAUNDBTI mi—sth su_ LEE PI— LEWIS *WK MAMOHAjlJJ TlAOTiCE^; OF NEW trjjL



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\Y. APRIL 12^946_ +Jewtstfhrtitan PAGE TWENTY-FIVE iorij of ^Jassouer • t 1 I Many centuries ago, when the Israelites were only a small tribe of nomads, they wandered into the land of Egypt on the banks of the Nile. Among them came Joseph, cruelly sold into slavery by his brothers, who resented their father's favoritism toward the lad. In Egypt he was made the slave of a royal officer. On false charges, he was thrown into prison, but was pardoned after correctly interpreting the king's dreams as referring to a coming famine. Joseph was appointed chief official of the kingdom and overcame the peril of impending hunger by storing grain in the royal storehouses. Years later, when the famine spread to the land of Canaan, Joseph's brothers came to Egypt to purchase food. He recognized them and forgave them. Soon he brought his whole family to his adopted country. Through Joseph's services to the king, the Israelites gained great favor and prospered. But as the years passed Joseph grew old and died and another Pharaoh came to rule Egypt. By this time the Egyptians had forgotten entirely all that the wise Joseph had done for them, and they began to hate the Children of Israel and were jealous of their good fortune and tranquility. "Behold," said they, "the Israelites are greater in number and stronger than we." Thereafter the Egyptians treated the Israelites very cruelly, forcing them to build great pyramids and walls and oppressing them in many other ways as well. For hundreds of years the Children of Israel toiled in the burning Egyptian sun. Yet the greater the hardships imposed on them by the Egyptians, the more the Israelites multiplied and the stronger and stronger they grew. But they needed a great man to lead them to freedom. —Continued i 1 i CHAS. S. MEYERS Exclusive Representative DYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS 120 N. E. First Street Service Rent als Supplier | C BAR & PACKAGE STORE 600 Fifth street Phone 5-5121 Bt! !" .. WM F FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. l L C .u M w': ETE PAINT STORE" %  nfm'i M ami ATe Ph 3-331' "Jmin Moore Company. Complete Line of Painti ^RFDCCHANGE BAR %  hfflh :M„t popular Bar 279 East Flagler St. ( PPCor. Elki Club) Phone 2-8944 „ MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Seybold Building Phone 3-7020 NjriC BEAUTY SALON 1 c *Ps.y Air Conditioned MIAMI BEACH. Fla. —____fhone 5-5509 P ** MRS. MTDRUCKER _____and FAMILY fe^KENBERG UDlES* T R T p E Sj | ONi~ 6! > 2 EADY -TO.WEAR m BUYERS WEAR *•* Mr. !i:S iata Delivery ** N.VV GARM CO. THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF AMERICAN TERRAZZO & TILE CO. CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZA 1915 N. W. Miami Court MIAMI, FLA. Phone 9-2112 L. TOFFOLI Iroquoia China — 0n ld a ..i ilv r BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Hotel, Reataurant and Soda Fountain Equipment HOMER P. BRAML.ETT 900 N. E. First ATe. Ph. 2-0794 E. L. COTTON REAT. ESTATE 101 N. State Highway Country Estate* Specializing in Country Property South of Miami Phone 4-1253 DUNLOP LEATHER GOODS STORE "If Its Leather. We have It Zippers Repaired Repair Work of All Kindi 109 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-5475 ECONOMY FEED STORE 1927 N. W. 36th St. Phone 7-3443 ARTHUR W. FJSENMEYER. JR. 5 $ S. W. Flrtl 8tr—i FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street HOLLOPETER 4 POST. Inc. REAL ESTATE 151 K. E. 3rd JtN* Phone 3-7571 HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-9691 Brakes A Specialty Phone 3-7015 HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialists On BUICK and HUPMOBILES Body. Fenders and Paintina Tops and Seat Covers 125 N. E. 13th Street IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS, Inc. 624 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-1133 JACK AND JOE'S Friendly Service Station Sunoco Products Lubrication Specialists 1900 S. W. 81h St. Phone 2-9656 HUGH S. LARRICK REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Road Phone 5-2773 THE LUDMAN CORP, Phone 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st Street MIAMI FLORAL COMPANY FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASION8 111 S. W. 5th Avenue Phone 2-6823 UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-2270 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fox of the 6th STREET MARKET 46 6 S. W. 6th St. Ph. 2-8960 Mrs. A. M. Jefferson SURFSIDE BARBECUE 7305 Collins Ave. NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-9599 MDLROSE MARKET The Finest the Markets Affords At Reasonable Prices 1709 Coral Way MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Ave. BILL'S SHELL SERVICE 6471 N. W. 7th Ave. DUNN'S BOAT YARD & DRY DOCKS 3239 N. W. S. River Drive ROYAL BAKING CO. 601 N. W. 7th Street Phone 2-3330 RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO. Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street Phone 3-2197 SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Str eet MERCHANTS EGG CO. Wholesale and Retail EGGS FRESH DAILY 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 1-2917 I t I ,'i I



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\ PAGE TWENTY-SIX -Jenlstflerldtor !" ^A^ (The "Princess 'Bwatotx* iMnscs • It happened that a sorcerer of Pharaoh's court foretold that an Israelite child would be born who would one day overthrow the and free all the Israelites. The JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 62 N. E. 27lh St. Phone 2-1751 TH.S MESSAGE OE PASSOVER ,S PUBLISHED THBOUGH THE COURTESY OE EASTVIEW CONVALESCENT HOME 1216 S. W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE A. Caicj Eugene Beeeher ... .. N Spiegelman 12 60 W. W 22nd St. Phon e 3-6391 ALPERrS RESTAURANT" 6 Ocean Drive FEATURING FINE FOODS Phone 5-9456 .1 E. DIAMOND & SON 513 N. Miami Are. Ph 2-6247 HERBERT DIAMOND & CO 1121 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2735 Manufacturers of Tropical and Sea Shell Noveltiet G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. lit St. Phone 2-8669 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. Represented by ... 1. J VVAINWRIGHT •10 American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-0646 HOUSER COMPANY, Inc. II & C;15l "-' y Insurance FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY U^.Tt^ L: 1nS '"""tment, HOUSER REALTY CO., Inc first Trust Building Ph 3-2648 VILLA NOVA ej5o_comn^ c ^ ni6 1725 DALLETT'S RADIO~ lift T nd Ser ^ ice S, alion CHARLIE'S MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT ^IJ^mhj^. 2 8936 Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Wa^T and SEVEN-ELEVEN CLUB 3825 NFw 5 OJ TR ACTOK8 3825 ^ J "^ LKER PH. 78-3119 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 3151 Coconut Grove Dr Coral Gables BIRMY PHOTO ENGRAVING CO W M. W. 3rd St kingdom of Egypt king, believing this —Continued BISCAYNE TENT 4 AWNING CO. 245 S. W 6th St. Phone 3-6248 ncc JUNE DAIRY J5iJ_CREAM E RY BUTTER SOUTHERN NURSING SERVICE Postal Building ACME SEPTIC TANK"co~ __J !" 1 V L ZJth AT. : LOEB & GOTTFRIED MEATS HIALEAH, F LOR | DA FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE W W. 20th St IDEAL UPHOLSTERING SHOPPES SAV R?? L Y BAKE SHOT~ fiS? E .? GOO s 684 Alton Road Phone 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH DWYER'S METAL SHOP 2734 N. W. 2nd Are. Phone 2-5211 HOTEL and KKST VI'RANT SQUIPMBNT KKPAIBS S. A. FREEL DISTRIBUTING CO. 3002 N. E. ltl Coast Phone 2-2141^__ SCHAAF PRESERVING CO.. &*• 1305 N. W. 22nd St Phone 2-34^___^ PLAYGROUND PHOTO STUDIO 111 N E. 2nd At* Phon 2-81N ___ NATIONAL PROVISION CO 230 K. W. 5th St OSCAR MAYERS MAURICE DAUM



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L APRIL 12J946_ -Jewish ncrMlan PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN I H to be true, commanded that every boy born to the Israelites should be thrown into the Nile River. As a result, many hundreds of children were drowned and there was great lamentation among the Israelites. One of the Israelites was Amram, a wise man of the tribe of Levi whose wife, Jocheved, gave birth to a boy. The frightened parents hid the child, but at the end of three months they heard that Paraoh's soldiers were coming to search for new-born babes. Thereupon, JoGheved wove a basket-like cradle out of bullrushes and, after filling the cracks with tar so as to make it waterproof, placed her tiny son inside and set it afloat upon the river. It so happened that Pharaoh's daughter, Princess Thermut, was bathing farther down the river. When she noticed the cradle floating with the current and heard a child crying, she bade her handmaidens bring the cradle to her. Although she knew that it was a Hebrew child, she took pity on the little boy and decided to keep him at the palace and have the Israelite woman act as nurse. The princess named the child Moses and picked Jocheved herself to care for him. When Moses was three years old one of Pharaoh's advisers insisted that the boy should be put to death because he was a menace to the kingdom. "Oh, Pharaoh," said the adviser, "remember what I told you many days ago, about a Hebrew child who will overthrow our kingdom. This, indeed, is the child. Therefore, let us destroy him." —Continued r i. 11 THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF OAKS GRILLE RESTAURANT | S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8810 Milton P;iroff FANNER'S STORES C? i h B Cottl Less" Rr %  F1 9ier Street P* E. 2nd Avenue Miami 1 p nce de Lion Blvd. Coral Gables 5*i Sam and Cal PRODUCE CO. f 2l "> N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-5197 COFFEE CO. %  *• Mum: Court "n 2-2174 .jNOVArfS BAR PUVANS TAP ROOM ^Jth^Av^ Miami I PK W 36, h St. -~~!* 3-2260 ^GE BOWL ; EfJL 3-9433 K *• Street MILLER'S RESTAURANT and BAR "Serving the Best For Lett" 5801 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 7-4447 HIPPODROME BAR PACKAGE GOODS Phone 2-9113 S N. E. 2nd Ave. JOSEPH CRUMB, sn., Prop. MBS. EDWARD J CRI NGL E THE GARDEN TAVERN 1746 S. W. 3rd Ave. 3-9202 EDWARD J. CRINGLE REAL ESTATE BROKER 1736 8. W. 3rd Ave. 3-6213 THE BLUE DERBY 7lh Ave. and The Trail Fine Breakfattt, Delicious Lunchet Superb Dinnert Courteout Curb Service Phone 2-9315 Phone 2-5707 H. GRADY GOSWICK 220 Civic Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Representing Pan American Surety Co. Florida Surety Co. The Trygendeer Corporation American Bonding Co. ALBERT'S PHOTO STUDIO HIGH CLASS SpRTggTB EXPERT COPT WORK I'ASSI'ORTS K< ,! A PHOTO FINISHING 218 N. E. lf Avenue Phone 2-8829 R. C. FLEEMAN Security Building MIAMI. FLORIDA MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER 66 N. E. 2nd St. MIAMI MILL END SHOP 29 N. E. 1st St. MIAMI MOLLIE'S BEAUTY SALON 247 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SALON 222 Espanola Way MIAMI BEACH CHICK POWELL CO. NOVELTIES 836 S. W. 1st St. MIAMI PRINCESS de CONDE FLORIDA. Inc. 425 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH L. D. RAY BAG CO. 901 N. W. 54th St. MIAMI ROSE SACK'S BEAUTY SALON 2214 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH SHAYNE DLXIE MUSIC CO. 701 Miami Avenue MIAMI SHENANDOAH CANDIES 514 S. W. 22nd Ave, MIAMI SIDCO HOME APPLIANCES 1360 N. E. 1st Ave. 2606 S. W. 8th St. EDITH C. SMITH STUDIO OF MASSAGE 1110 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH SUNSHINE BEAUTY SALON 523—(1st St. MIAMI BE ACH WASHINGTON DRUG CO. 244—5th St. MIAMI BEACH MARGARET WILLER BEAUTY SALON 440—41st St. MIAMI BEACH THE HOUSE OF WffiTZEL 215 N. E. 2nd Are. MIAMI FRANK-GARRON PAINT CO. 740 N. E. 1st Ave. MIAMI OHIO PARK PLUMBING SUPPLY 810 N. W. 79lh St. MIA MI PIERRE'S CANDIES 109 Sunset Drive SOUTH MIAMI CRAVERO BROS. PRODUCE CO. 1260 N. W. 22nd St. MIAMI I 1



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5 PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT jenlstinorMtofl I And the Lord brought us forth from Egypt, not by means of a seraph, nor by means of a messenger, but the Most Holy, blessed be He, Himself in His glory. As it is send. And will pass through the land of Egypt, in this night; and I will smite every first-born in the land of Egypt, both man and beast; and on all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments. And I will pass through the land of Egypt: I myself, and not an angel; and I will smite every first-born; I Myself, and not a seraph; and on all the Gods of Egypt 1 will execute judgments; I Myself, and not a messenger. But God had sent down the angel Gabriel disguised in the iorm oi a man. He said, "Let a piece of gold and a glowing coal be brought before the child. If he stretches out his hand to grasp the gold, then we shall know that he has done this with understanding and wisdom. But if he grasps the coal of fire, then we shall know that he did it without knowledge." The king consented to this plan and they placed the gold and the glowing coal before Moses. The child stretched out his small hand to take the LOUIE BANDEL Ingrdham Bldg. MIAMI LEWIS R. KING Ingraham Bldg. MIAMI JOSEPH A. BERMAN 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH DAN CHAPPELL Security Bldg. MIAMI N. I. KLEIN 1632 Pennsylvania Ave. MIAMI BEACH MARX M. FEINBERG Congress Bldg. MIAMI lULmS^.^RTEDMAN" 311 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH MARTIN GENET 311 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH JOHN E. PORTE 311 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH FREDERICK J. WARD 1000 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH MORRIS G. WARNER 420 Lincoln Rd. S'.IAMI BEACH LAWRENCE E. HOFFMAN 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH LEON KAPLAN Seybold Bldg. MIAMI IEROME H WEINKLE Seybold Bldg. MIAMI SYDNEY L. WEINTRAUB Shoreland Arcade MIAMI 155^2^ 1 1 ?T anfcca gold, but Gabriel pushed his hand, and he the coal to his mouth, burning his tongue seven Moses became tongue-tied as a result, but bis I was saved. On achieving manhood, Moses went to( where he saw his fellow Israelites laboring I enduring severe hardships. The sight of nisi slaved people brought tears to his eyes en decided to help them. One day, he saw an Egyptian overseer ing and insulting an Israelite. Moses, terrib MILTON WEISS 401 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH THIS MESSAGE OF P* CHARLES B. 605 Lincoln Hd. I MIAMI BEACHJ HERMAN WEPMAN 1110 B itcayn* Bldg. MIAMI O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. lit St. MIAMI NAT L. WILLIAMS Seybold Bldg. MIAMI HARRY DIETZ Congress Bldg. MIAMI AMOS BflW 01yoP ta l MIAMI IsAAClorffl Biscay" >*| MIAMI II MORRIS BERICK 605 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. MIAMI BEACH SAMUEL RUBIN 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH MIAM JJ-—; DB, IHEODCJ*! 311 Lineal 605 tWjJI MIAMI l ^\ i



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APRIL 12J946_ struck down the cruel officer and buried the sand. ien Pharaoh heard of this he sentenced I to die. Bat no one could perform the execub his neck had become as hard as stone and Drds were powerless against Moses. Dses then fled to Midian where he lived as a ferd. One day, while his sheep were pastur|the foot of a mountain called Sinai, he sudiw a bush burning nearby. Although the med vigorously, the bush itself was not con1 THE COURTESY OF -11. COLF.MAN Lincoln Rd. V"" 1 BEACH ^KAUDERS~ lauPont Bldg. IWCETROSE U'ncoln Rd. N BEACH ,, 1G I. ROSNICF fm Bldg. MIAMI s RHoTH I^_JEACH P M| _BEACH L W -H.ELLFS fe^!L_M iami BUEEPw pfitft> UNTVERSITY of MIAMI MAYOR HERB A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH J**!si\fk>rknan PAGE TWENTY-NINE BELMAR HOTEL 2613 Collins Ave. MIA MI BEACH CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-6711 VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH WALBURNE HOTEL 125 Ocean Dr. MIAMI BEACH MARE GRANDE HOTEL 524 Ocean Dr. MIAMI BEACH And the Lord heard our voice, as it is said, "And God heard their groaning, and God remembered his covenant with Abraham, Isaac and with Jacob." And He saw our affliction, as it is said, "And God saw the children of Israel and had knowledge of them." And our sorrow, as it is said, "Every son that is born, ye shall cast in the river, but every daughter ye shall save alive." And our oppression, as it is said, "And I have also seen the oppression wherewith the Egyptians oppress them." And the Lord brought us forth from Egypt, with a strong hand and with an outstretched arm; with great terror, and with signs and wonders. sumed by the flames. Out of the flames came the voice of God commanding Moses to go back to Egypt and set free the Children of Israel. For a moment Moses hesitated because he was tongue-tied and was afraid that he would not be able to speak clearly to the Israelites and to Pharaoh. But the Lord told Moses that He would give him a mouth to talk and that He would be with him wherever he would go. —Continued WAVES HOTEL 1244 Ocean Dr. MIAMI BEACH CARDOZO HOTEL 1300 Ocean Dr. MIAMI BEACH EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N. E. 3rd Ave. PETE DESJARDINS REALTOR 6701 Collins Ave MIAMI BEACH ANTILLA HOTEL CORAL GABLES RUSSELL A. NICELY REALTOR 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH BERTMAN & ISEN REALTORS 420 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH A. L PERPER -REAL ESTATE" 311 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK Lincoln and Alton Roads MIAMI BEACH BERKLEY LTD., Inc. 836 Lincoln Rd. MIAMI BEACH BUTLER-WILSON COMPANY 1336 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3 -0738 ARKIN-PRUFERT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Congress Building Phone 92789 TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. American Bank Bldg. Phone 3-0844 %  \ ; i I : i 1 %  u I iiJ4&3J^xstt MBBBa^^MiWHH^ffi^^fiTJ



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• PAGE THIRTY fJewlstHcrldlari lE?*^ *, Then the Lord said to Moses, "What have you in your hand?" And Moses answered, "A rod." God told Moses to throw the rod upon the ground, and when he did so, it turned into a snake. God then told him to take hold of the snake by its tail, and when Moses did so it turned into a rod once again. Moses then set out for Egypt. When Moses arrived before Pharaoh he asked him to set the Israelites free, in the name of God. Thereupon, Moses threw his rod upon the ground and it turned into a snake. The court sorcerers cast their rods upon the ground also, and they turned into snakes. But the rod of Moses swallowed all the other rods. Yet the king refused to listen to Moses any longer and only increased the sufferings of the Israelites. Soon thereafter Moses returned to Pharaoh and warned him that if the Israelites were not allowed to leave Egypt God would transform all the waters into blood. Pharaoh did not listen, and all the waters of Egypt changed to blood. Yet Pharaoh's heart was not softened. Then God sent, first, a plague of frogs; then a plague of lice; then a mixed herd of wild animals; then a pestilence, which killed all the animals; then a plague of boils; then locusts, which devoured all the fruit, grain, and vegetables; and then a long period of darkness. But all these fearful plagues were of no avail. The hard-hearted Pharaoh refused to let the enslaved Israelites go. Then Moses assembled the Hebrews and told them to make ready for their journey out of the land of Egypt, for the Lord was about to bring another plague on the land of Egypt which would force Pharaoh to free the Israelites. Following the direction of Moses, each family among the Israelites sacrificed a lamb and sprinkled its blood with a sprig of hyssop on the two sideposts and the lintel of the door before the fourteenth day of the month of Nisan. At midnight of that day the Angel of Death passed through the land of Egypt. Where the door posts were not sprinkled with blood, in those —Continued 4 MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-7896 FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 855 Washington Ave. Phone 5-9709 ARMATURE & GENERATOR EXCHANGE 340 N. W. First Court Phone 2-0491 BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street Phone 5-5908 MIAMI BEACH GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 Silver Bluff Ave. CORAL GABLES SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 1011 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 2-9998 JOHN A. MATHEWS Accountant and Auditor Phone 2-2412 620 Security Bl dg 1 _Miami, Fla. MIAMI FOOD STORE 65 N. E. 14th Street Phone 3-2038 VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners Phone 5-7489 Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2900 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 4-5951 CAPT JAMES E. SCOTT NEW PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. 1st Streel Phone 3-5734 NORMANDY SCHOOL '•i.'' llt'IIKKMAN 1021 Biarrittz Drive Phone 61061 MIAMI BEACH NUTA'S YACHT BASIN 1884 N. W. No. River Drive Phone 2-3067 H. EARNEST OVERSTREET TAX i •!.•. |. Iv-Tnii |.-,, K i-\:>i: c-i ,! V i v PALM LAKE COURT COTTAGES 7600 N. W. 27th Avenue Phone 7-7608 IACK H. PERO 1411 S. W. llth Street Phone 2-8275 SYLVAN PATERNO UPHOLSTERING 1359 S .W. 8th Street Phone 3-0744 PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street Phone 9-2291 MERRILL STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. llth Street BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 245 S. W. 6th Street Phone 3-6248 BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street Phone 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH M. B. GARRIS Civil ind Contulting Engineer 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 JACK'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 175 N. w. 20th St. Phone 2-9304 E. & !. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-4872 BROWNLY'S 247 East Flagler Street C.indi MIAMI. FLORIDA Homr M r-" n ''" n Luncheonette. Home Made and Boxed Candie. Carmel Corn NEWMAN'S SIGNS E w E A, cguSg N T 8 AI S?f 0RB 332 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-1603 EAT mi T 5 | ANDW CH SHOP "45 N E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9361 C d E RESTAURANT 1652 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3009 CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MABBTj Always Fresh Fill Prompt Delivery 2321 S. W. 17th Art. Phone 4-9392 ABBOTT ELECTRIC Residential Industrial Man" *"l Wiring—Repairs, Alterations of All Kin* 3400 North MiamiI Ag Phones: 3-6294; 7-30B_ PICCIOLO Italian.Am. rican i **• %  134-36-38 Collins AT*. MIAMI BEACH BKER and WBW Phone 5-903 Famous for Us NJI w PAULS *L.yW Carpal Cleaning "' 2412 N. Miami A* 3.458S_Phones-J-"' MIAMI .7. ruwiw^ g MUM BEACH ABSTRACT TITLE COMPANYJj Complete £*•££ Insurance f*"-,,,) I The Only Abstract|W Miami Beacn ^ DRA & DBJJJ, ,„| M30 N. W. 8th A** PhoneJ-*jL—~~SUTTON JEWELRY*. Successor. U $£'„, M** | Th. Oldaat *SSSSL/wl establish" J^t 132 E. rumjr Phone 2-S" 6 >



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.y, APRIL 12, 1946 e S were the first-born slain. [houses whose side-posts [lintel were sprinkled with the Angel of Death Bd over. I Egypt trembled, for there D ot a house in which there hot a corpse. bed by this terrible plague, loh finally consented to U Israelites go out of the Moses gathered all the jites together and they all gypt in great haste. The ites had no time to preI food for their journey, %  fore their bread was imbed—only a mixture 6f land water baked in the three weary days the en of Israel journeyed ley came to the shore of Sea. he meantime, Pharaoh een considering what a Doss he was suffering by the Israelites free. He, bre, gathered his army (lowed after the Israelites. the Israelites saw the Pharaoh approaching fere terrified. With the front of them and the HJ^MifhrkUatl PAGE THIRTY-ONE Cwsshtg m } t 1U Jfea army of the Egyptians behind them, how were they going to escape? Moses prayed to God for aid and he was directed to stretch out his arm in the direction of the sea. When Moses did so a miracle happened and the deep waters parted, leaving a path < dry land upon which the Israelites could pass. Pharaoh continued to pursue them, and even followed them into the sea. After the Israelites had safely crossed, Moses stretched his arm out again and the waters became as they had been before, rising over the entire Egyptian army. Only Pharaoh himself was saved. So the Israelites continued on their journey to the Promised Land. We may indeed marvel at the wondrous deliverance of the Israelites from bondage. As a small tribe of nomads they had entered Egypt—as a great nation they departed, amid signs and wonders, pursued by Pharaoh, guided by Providence, and led by the divinely inspired man, Moses. —Continued i it %  %  si \ %  •. -i %  ..SERVICE STATION Kgm Boulevard KJon. .7-9388 I HERBERT ABRAMT |w NEON SIGN CO. K* River Drive !**• 2-5334 P!^9740 1UMBING SUPPLY Ave. -——2J2* 3-4552 JtVo?* !" Elding te 4 T B K L


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PAGE THIRTY-TWO +J(*lstncrldto!]_ I^AY.Ann c h& Nerf %m Last year we celebrated Passover in the midst of war. Today we celebrate the freedom our people attained in ancient times and the freedom we helped attain this year. We hope to celebrate this feast next year in the knowledge that the remnant of our European brethren are celebrating their Passover in Palestine. Let all that are hungry enter there and eat; and all who are in want prosper; and all who are oppressed be free of their oppressors in the Land of Israel. THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF ) E. G. "DON" GRAHAM DAN CHAPPEL W. A. GLASS JUDGE W. F. BLANTON DADE PAPER CO. 144 N. E. 21st St. CUSTOMBILT FURNITURE MFG. CO. Fine Custombilt Furniture Complete Home Decorating 100 N. E. 40th St. Phone 7-0534 A. .1. I"]li:tli DIXIE MANFACTURING CO. Formerly Sleepmaster Bedding Products Manufactures "Sleepmaster Bedding'" 64 N. E. 73rd St. Phone 7-7333 MIAMI AUTO PARTS 630 N. W 5th St. Phone 2-5050 CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. .2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES BALES — RENTALS EDWARD L. OWENS Kcp. Broker 1175 Everglades Concourse Phone 6-1922 (Normandy Isle—Miami Beach) WALKER CASKET CO. 535 N. W. 24th St. Phone 3-3689 DIXIE BARBECUE RESTAURANT 2001 N. W. 17th Ave. at 20th St. A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 S. M. PERKINS 515 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 3-4884 B1SCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 W. W 1st Sit. 3 3666 APGAR EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 225 Seybold Bldg. Phone 9-2706 SCOTT MOTOR CO. 2320 N. W. 54th St. Phone 78-2702 BROWN'S GARAGE & MARINE MOTORS 2305 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-6872 SUPERIOR SHEET METAL WORKS, Inc 830 N. Miami Ave. FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road Phone 5-2305 JUDGE HENRY L OPPENBORN LAKEIN JEWELRY CO. 424 Lincoln Road Phone 5-1837 AUTO LOCK & SUPPLY CO. 1304 N. E. Second AT* Phone 9-314 4 DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th St. MIAMI, FLORIDA AMERICAN LEGION POST BAR CORAL GABLES 303 Alhambra Circle LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-9472 HOUSE and LAWRENCE TEXACO SERVICE 800 West Flagler St. Phone 2-9966 Lubrication a Specialty G a -Oil— Service ELECTRIX APPLIANCE REPAIR SHOP 2761 S. W. 27th Are. MIAMI VACCUM CLEANERS COMPANY "12 M E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-7838 NATIONAL TITLE CO. ASSOCIATES MRS. A. W." HOOVER MAIN PARJM MAIN U-DWVJlTi j. BARBASH*Wil 261 N. E. M St. AMERICAN PI 744 N. E. 2nd Are. MARHALL'S DRUG 653 N. W^ndJI^, JERKY &jjjl __Jo^^ BROW ?o S S ^l JOSEPH ML C8 609 BUc^y^ii>.„ %  >• win**'



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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1946 *M*htifhrl(Jtor} PAGE THIRTY-THREE g f/ieafcr To Be Passover Scene At Bergen-Belsen ___ German clothes. What thov h^,. .u. .. ** [It 13 fcr." The B/ FRED BROWN called the "Tent TheaSS used it for sols hos. Wearing the black „iform of sudden death, the SS Ud repair to this theater after L tour of duty at the concenLm camp of Bergen-Belsen. ss jc K ,.nc now. They were -ptawaylasl year at the end still first The theater • This year, for the 'since their imprisonment. "surviving Jews of Belsen will •owd into this theater for the ; aS sover services. For the forr S s tent theater is now the nagoguc. "Exactlv a year after their liberItion, 7.000 Jews who survived g,e Belsen horror camp will enter this theater and give boundU thanks for their deliverance. Mingled with their thanks there till be, inevitably, much bitterCess and sorrow. For them, Passim has direct personal meaning. Like their for. fathers of old, they, Joo, have come out of slavery and Ke wanderers, waiting for their passage to Palestine. In their life Key have known slavery and barbarism as it has never before leen known to man. Having come hrough, their's is the plea that Jieir deliverance will be completed, that they shall be allowed i pass out of Germany to Palesline or to America. On Passover day they will come But of then dormitory barracks %  nd walk in silence to the synagogue. They will not be wearing Holiday clothes for the only klothes they possess are discarded German clothes. What they have on their backs is all that they own. If it is a cold day many will walk with blankets wrapped around their shoulders. They will pass under the eyes of armed Polish guards under whose rule the Jews live. They will hear again the mockery and anti-Semitic sneers of these warmly-clad Polish soldiers. A huge canvas tent, cold and barren, serves as their synagogue. Rows of hard, crude, wooden benches facing southward towards the stage that serves as an altar, is a luxurious temple to them. Here the rabbis will offer up thanks that these people survived German slavery, and by a miracle are alive today. If it rains on Passover, the congregation will get soaking wet, for the tent leaks. Then services will be interspersed with sharp rasping coughs, for many are suffering from lung ailments, and wet shoes and clothes bring forth epidemics. In approaching the synagogue most of the Jews of Belsen will avoid the south end, and will enter the Shul by the opposite door. At the south end, directly in front of the Shul, are the rows upon rows of graves, marked with little white stocks or crudely made Stars of David. The bodies lying there once walked to Shul with the shadows that walk the same paths now. It is depressing to notice how the rows have grown in the year following liberation. Each day finds still another new grave being filled. One prefers the door at the north side, to avoid these graves. You hope that if there is a wind, it will blow from the east. If not, and there is a westerly wind, there is the clear but putrifying smell of death in the air. Two kilometers from the synagogue towards the west, over that slope of earth, are the vast mounds of earth with little signs over them that read, "here, 10,000 Jews, April 16, 1945." There are approximately ten of these little signs. Some read ten thousand Jews, others read two or three thousand. They add up to 30,000 Jews, buried AFTER LIBERATION at Belsen. They died because there was no help for them. The food they needed, the medical supplies that meant life, came too late. There was not enough for all who had need. These mass graves, a tribute to Nazi kultur, remain in a barren desolate wasteland surrounded by charged barbed wire. Nobody stands in tho sentry boxes that tower over the graves. The guards who shot at Jews as they picked up potato peels to eat, are gone and the empty boxes remain. That, and the barbed wire, the mounds of earth with the signs that read, "Here, so many Jews." As the final insult to make it sharp and unmistakable that the Jews are still "wanderers in the desert," forsaken in an alien land, if you look sharply you will notice that the curtains that set off the altar are bedecked with swastikas. After services, groups of friends will crowd into the canteens for Seders. Here the Joint Distribution Committee staff, permanently stationed at Belsen, will distribute matzos and other supplies made available through funds raised by the United Jewish Appeal. The evening meal at Belsen always consists of potato soup. For the first Seder at Belsen, a historical event, through ^B ^ISi3§Q$Ei9i • HH1 1 &f {I i 1' 1 1 19 m I (CONTINUED ON PAGE 39) % Passover Greetings PASSOVER ^ 9&& !" > We Extend the Seasonal Greetings For A Very Happy PASSOVER TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY and we pray that Coming Year e A Peaceful %  irW it


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. • PAGE THIRTY-FOUR +Jelstfk)rMtoiT_ The Jewish Quiz Box For Passover -Questions Answered M.m.m.^ VVT*N ^, r nB -.; MV p l .rtof it for later on. the I The word K !" ;,,„„ h^msclves Conse-1 saves a P Other opinions connect the ^< } de ir r\..*„2r*te this same .s don vision which quently. we ten pieces QUESTION: Why i, the Sabwith ^propheti^^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ ^ in throughout the house as undesi *SWER: jah's coming on the big day. Gennumber of reasons are ad* U v spe aking, it is most plaused for this. Historically the ^ lh| |hi g aD bath before an able entit.es. then gathering them ai! up and destroying thm in the furnace. QUESTION: Why tc th ^ middle one bath before Hassover called Shab bos Hagodol (The Big Sabbath)? for that particular !" >rning, which the prophet speaks of EllANSWER: tah's coming on the big day. GenA vanced Sabbath before the Exodus from j'"'.,.,,,, holiday Like Passovei Egypt was the tenth day of Nisan. ^ ,. iud d |s ., .. big sabbath." the very day described in the „,„,._ Bible in which every Jewish famQUESTION: Why it cuslonv ily was to select a lamb for the ary for the Rabb. lo expo.ind; the Pascal sacrifice. This aroused a details of Passover in a treat.se great furor among the Egyptians on Shabbos Hagodol. who were helpless to do anything ANSWER: about it. It thus was recorded as The Midrash relates that Mosei a "big" moment in the history of spo ke at length to the Jews Jewish independence. the Sabbath Passover, the holiday which demption, exp iin commemorates the anniversary of technicalities of the Passover ritthe this independence, was therefore U als. Tin wh< .... the dren. whose attention WM consraprefaeed with a Sabbath called Moses of today, en ered of prime importance at tne ( Shabbos Hagodol marking the cestral leader bj ng theii Seder. first active step towards inde; gue on th It is also to bo noted that impendence. Furthermore, on that Sabbath preceding Pi mediated after the center mauo is broken in two the declaration is made that the matzo is "yachmoh anya" which means "poor man's bread Since a poor man |i not eat his bread all at once. not knowing where his next morsol will comi fiom. but rather. QUESTION: What is karpas? ANSWER: Karpas is the traditional name for the parsley that is put on the %  ** % %  its <* has. I implication. I t J the letters stand fl 600.000 persons ^ft Egypt The last of the fou hat g 0 i nt0 makl £ lated that the gar or salt water during me course of the ceremony. The saltSeder plate and is dipped in vinejup the name Karpas has them erical value of 60 (Samach) W fa is said to stand for the siyt. of the three matios broken in ter den otcs the tears of sufi thousa ds .. f s m • •o in the beginning of the Seder ; f,, ,ng in Egypt. The vinegar \ "3"* f J? ^ were entwo in am mm svmbollzc the bitterness of aved. The other three ) ettm ceremony and one HjHOl ensIavement Tnc parsley either den away until ih. end. som cwhat of a bitter taste has 01 curious customs that are observ the rea | the Seder ceremony were inall the stituted to arouse thi curiosity of obsi rvers, i specially the chilwhen read backwards spell 'V ech" which means "hard | a C" no taste to speak of. comThus, the word karpas literal!* lemorating either the bitterness denotes that 600.P"' or the disgust of the slaves. ed in hard labor. ANSWER: Fundamentally, most of tne > memorating either the bitterness denotes that 600.000 were emiT Ved .... j:„„„„, „/ ,K„ clot.oc H in hfirH l,k„. 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^v. AWfofr ** +Jen>lstifhr*Har7 PAGE THIRTY-FIVE atomic Bomb Gives Birth To New Jewish Community I sent to Oak Ridtfe to huild :iml i„ • *u_ %  .... When the news of the atomic JSwas broadcast to the world, £* RidCf Tennessee, was sud&"£-"•* to fame. The ^sh c-nmunity of th 1S prevously unheard of community also ;ame.nf" .ts share of public "tarlv la M3 P lans had been formulated to build the large and very seer-1 war installation in the hi lls of Tennessee. Military security prevented those who were employed on the project from revealing W-at type of work they were doing or from disclosing any Information about the size, scope or nature ot the project. People came from all over the United States to work under a total blackout in the country's newest community Major William C. Bernstein, who with group of other medical officers from the University of Minnesota Medical School had been assigned to the Manhattan District I organize a clinic and hospital to provide medical services for the scientists, their families and other residents of Oak Ridge, had no idea that he would be spons ring a religious organization when he arrived in June 1943. It • is not long before the responsibility of organizing a congration bi came his. When Major Bernstein arrived in Oak Ridge the town consisted of wide .pen spaces between mountain ridges. A few buildings had be. %  ci nstructed and many more were .[.ringing up everywhere. One of the first persons he met on the project was Harry Cohen of Brooklyn who had been sent to Oak Ridge to build and I operate laundry system for the new city. During July and August 1943, several other Jews arrived at the area in official or semiofficial capacities. Among those were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schol of New York and Mr. Bernard A. Stiller of Cooperstown, N.Y., who brought his bride of several weeks to live in this new mountain abode. By September 1943 the first chapel to be built on the area was completed and dedication ceremonies were scheduled for the j night of September 30 which happened to be the second night of | Rosh Hashonah. Although the Army officials had invited the! Jewish people to take part in the ceremonies there was difficulty in obtaining the proper person to officiate because those who would be interested in the Chapel dedication were in Knoxville, Tennessee, attending High Holy Day services. Fortunately Rabbi Jerome Mark who conducted services at Beth El Temple in Knoxville consented to come to Oak Ridge to offer the invocation and to accept the keys to the chapel on behalf of the Jews of the comI munity. The first regular Friday eve%  ning service was held October I 15, 1943 with some 20 persons in i attendance. The service was con| ducted by Joe Jaffe, a young] chemist who formerly had lived IB Norfolk, Va. Mr. Jaffe continued to conduct services until i he was transferred to another I part of the Manhattan District in the spring of 1944. However Friday evening services have continued regularly since that initial service. Wjth the 1944 Passover seder, interest in the congregation grew noticeably. By this time the army had dispatched a considerable group of enlisted men to Oak Ridge but since there were still insufficient Jewish personnel to warrant a Jewish chaplain, the congregation assumed the responsibility of providing religious and social activities for the men. Plans were made for a community seder to which they were specially invited. The seder was attended by 65 persons. It was about this time that contact was first made with the National Jewish Welfare Board. Major Bernstein communicated with national office and reported that under military restrictions no information could be released concerning the number of Jewish men stationed at Oak Ridge, but that there was a definite need for the JWB services at the project. Arrangements were made for a rabbi for the coming High Holy Days and to supply prayer books and other religious items. Approximately 150 persons attend(CONTINUED ON PAGE 40) PASSOVER GREETINGS 308 E. Flaglor St. Ph. 2-3718 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN Bread and Cake COLUMBIA BAKING COMPANY NEWS TOWER PASSOVER GREETINGS IOSEPH M. CHEETHAM 609 Biscayne Building IT IS WITH PLEASURE AGAIN TO EXTEND PASSOVER SHEETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN JOHN H LEV I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MORRIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue Phone 5-5545 HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS QUALITY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 718 N. W. 79th Street 7-5015 PASSOVER GREETINGS H.M1M 3801 HE. 2ml AVE. 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I PAGE THIRTY-SIX vJewUtricrldlan raiDAY. APRIL 12, The Story Of Passover, 1946—As In Generations Of Old Jew. As Miss Jackson of England flavour is fragrant t haa put it in her groat poem, "I sweet, and its effort' I ^ By RABBI LEON SPITZ Yes, the Passover Haggada has put it rather aptly: In each and every generation one must look upon himself as if he himself had been liberated from Egyptian bondage. The glamorous story of Pesaeh has been retold again and again. It is being relived by World Jewry in our own post World War II Era, in the terms of blood and toil and suffering, and courage and hope and faith. There is this fundamental difference between the war-time Nazi camps and the European refugee camps in the occupied territories today. The Nazi camps i : est nted a stark and gloomy pictunof utter despair, and darkand suffering. All the ten plagues ha.d been wreaked upon : Nazi victims, including the slaying of the first born, the Jew who represented the spiritual elite oi the country. Jewish life in the post-war % %  -is undeniably wrel ly unsup: Bui tin hope has nol But it turnthe Liberation, came^thecond pHais the Repatriation. There art ed out a March of Forty Yi ;| ,., n lh( Je w.sh the Land of Promise would be glad to be right prouding—what with through wilderness inhabited by re f u gees to retiu-n to the fleshpott i ft Jew The lortured Jcw is savage tribes more ferocious than ,, Germany and Poland, am %  contempt the beasts of the desert. It turneven in th. face of the Red Sea prou an edout to be a Forty Years Mass Iw^a? Wandering which included in it. ". jjfg,^ ffii. im not only quarrels, and i s, obstacles, and hungi I I to thirst, and a ('.olden Calf, but also a Mount Sinai and a M si I in and a must( ring oi the ni I ', strength. The million-fold n fugee Jewry today must also expect ti en-route to the Promised land obstac les and dii I It lilt Ba• in those days and Mi in our own time stood up I fame us, Still, there is a soldifying of Jew ing on in mps. The Jewish spirit is being rejuvenated. Th. re is in the ah tancy of Redemption. Daily, weekly, ( monthly groups an b( ing n %  m to! Pi s1 im Thi i is the hbi ratii g land ol A : : ii ..a J( < \ : !• ii Jewry, i I Pi lestine Jewry— upon his torturer. Yes, the Passover story is with l ." us again—in its 1946 edition. lUg h every owtacie ^ Amerjcan Jewry wc stlll navc SJSSd'ta with u the four son* of the H*I, of the Jordan, gada. The ordinary Jew who asks, oui own time the hundreds v ,,. || ls a |j t i lis? The Rosheh. who ands will battle their way wou id have none of the Jewish into Palestine, but there will also burden. The masses who do not be the many, many others who even know enough to be concernforth to America, to ,, d wjt h Jewish destiny. But forof apple and wine and ho„, "" Ere,, Israeut; 10 nuts. Such is als ffcct noun*, y and :,ls "'he laborto >J in r-iet and sweetness am sw wt the Joy im pean countries, I i ther hospitabli havens of refuge. Thus the Pesaeh Btory repeats —in its physical aspects. Spiritually, too, the Pesaeh Innately, it is the Chochem—wise in the Jewish way of life—who persists and prevails in the struggle to rehabilitate Jewish life. The charoses of the Seder (al%  %  solution, One c< rsent in the mi. sol : :ld u to n i so Jewish • %  Jewries m the Thesi refu ee ""P* u .„ at large, and he still will embark '* he f to to j B enera • • ; individual personbe S S a lon led to battle and to and destruction had -e brothe:and s in the All-Jewish Family who story repeats itself. The sparks of j u ded to in the Four Questions) liberty have not been crushed in Sl cms to point specifically to the Jewish breasts despite every Jewish pioneer in the New Palesbrutal and despicable horror that tinc np pharoses dish is reminI been visited upon them in 1S( .,.„, „f [he labor wherewith the Nazi lays That high and mystic| Jewish slaves were afflicted bv j approaching advent of'thYM*! faith in Israel's destiny continues (he Pbarohs. Nevertheless, its | siah, the Redeemed w in Jewish souls, The will to live eternally has persisted. the courage of the Chaluti" Z with it goes the mood of ,he iC over season. I Seder night near its end % door is opened wide. And yZ with a double motive. There the prayer of wrath; P 0Ur Thy Wrath upon the nation! who have troubled Israel Rid. eousness is the effect of £Z The world has recognizedI £ when it ordered the war gZ trials at Nurenberg and Tokyo And then and then only ft, Seder Jew welcomes his guest of honor with the goblet of wins. 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PRIL 12. 1WL +Jewist> fhrirfitr PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN )0 ver Holiday Demonstrates Democracy of Judaism WSSSr igssitdocsthe Knl and human Ub| tu is an inspiration Ei and downtrodden vA i % %  • %  imortclearlj the reiiliarity between the Kept of democracy Slots and ;'H.tual r 0 [ historic Judaism. Irveas a reminder to Ecountrj that toe Ld devoted they will Lets of the Torah, \M be their contriouIsvmphony ol AmerLcy and to a better [can become a living Isvnibo) is com retely %  by our retui n to the "belief that human I the infinite worth of ba l which arcthe esnocracv. are not mere cries but rather probus truths %  which jucture of Judaism is [never forget that so [discriminate d against till not expi rii nee a te of liberty and freebcracy to us should [tension of t' ue justice lives alone, I it rather En of God. Oniy when tns to appro, iate the [values ni" d( acy Id by the T u ih of Isle hop< I iceful peasinply i:1< ai that substitute for our id religion.itage, for our historic system of values. If we hope for a new and better world, we must reintegrate ourselves with our Jewish life, with the eternal search after God's knowledge. Neither philanthrophy alone, nor secular culture, nor scvular nationalism is sufficient for the stress and challenge of our lives. We, as Jews, were born into a great spiritual and ethical heritage, a heritage which was made possible by the insight, sweat and blood of inspired and devoted, courageous and sainted men. It is our duty not to squander this great inheritance, but transmit this sacred heritage to our younger generations which are | capable of receiving that heritage ;and make our accumulated treasures of learning and our spiritual 1 and moral values a creative force in our daily life. Judaism can make its greatest contribution to human society, not by assimilation and self annihilation, but by remaining true to the golden chain of .our spiritual being, by continuing to carry the torch of Jewish learning which was lit long centuries before Western civilization came into being. In fact on all the batlefields of the world, the ultimate and the deepest issue which is being decided is whether or riot the Jewish concept of society and sacred worth of the individual, whether or not the divine concepts of the Torah of justice and liberty, shall continue to survive. I When Hitler came into power he spent fortunes in order t„ establish institutes of learning tor the sole purpose of misinterpretI mg Jewish history and traditions, i for the burning of our books, for the destruction of our museums, I for he knew full well that Jewish learning and traditions are his greatest enemies, for Judaism and I paganism are diametrically op| posed to each other. It is not our sacred duty to spend our money and our energy for the proper interpretation of I Judaism, for the creation of I higher institutes of learning, for making the Jewish book a living force in our lives. Jewish history teaches us that the torch of Jewish learning was 'always carried from continent to continent. From Palestine it travelled to Babylonia, from Babylonia to Spain, from Spain to France, Germany and Poland. At the present there remain two cenWishes for a Y PASSOVER |M. Tanenbaum of IBRYAN PARK IRMACY PASSOVER GREETINGS WALTER A. FREDRICH'S MARKET 680 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-2377 MR. and MRS. BEN GILLER Extend Beet Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER To All PY PASSOVER MANY FRIENDS ES HOTEL i Miami Avenue [kasure To Extend IR GREETINGS pON TACKLE pOP, Inc. 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i PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT +Je*tsHhrM**r> FRIDAY, Only Few Samaritans Preserve Ancient Passover J .... .u.. ,..!.,., .i< rites arc ob-1 prayers, the Samaritans go WOMW.... ,> the r.Hgious rites are ob-1 prayers, the Samaritans go tiny remnant of an ancient ana wnere ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ y athrough pre9cribed ablutions, By HARRY CUSHING great Jewish sect, still >n exu j obkjng pIot sul r0U nded by; washing with water three times While millions of Jews in lands ^^ whQ wefe always strongly L ow throuRhout the world this weeK | n ( nd ,„ Ulls sp of the,* m CONT.NUEV %  A, of the BOUNTY SOL JACK FISHMAN 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue 0] Manager now Passover eve. Spe• 1 sacrificial lambs estine by the Assyrians after their conquest of Israel in 722 B.C.. and cially who have taken over the rites are contentedly wandering about, unM carpet8 whlch ser ve as and rituals of the Israelites. Much of the Passover that Jews have observed since the days of the Second Temple are still unknown to the Samaritans. They know nothing of the use of wine. of the charoseth, of eating the Passover repast comfortably from a well laden table. They know nothing about the practice of reclining at one's ease, or the many other customs which came into Judaism after the Samaritans had j separated from the rest of Jewry The usual theory has been that the Samai the descend-; ants of the alien people which was sett'ed upon the land by the Assyrians le Ten T were taken away inl IJ tivity. The Samaritans ligion of the Hebrews, a few of whom had remained in the land the captivity. However, research authorities claim that the Samaritans of today are n.allv a SEASON'S GREETINGS We Have a Supply of HOLIDAY CARDS SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 53 N. E. 1st Street SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES MAY THIS PASSOVER BRING TO ALL MUCH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY ENGEL'S MEN SHOP 2207 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-G124 $&u& HAPPY PASSOVER ,r MUM %  I not realizing theii fati These had been purchased some days before, in accordance with the Mosaic law. "in the tenth day of this month shall take to them every man a lamb. Your lamb shall be without blemish, a male of the first year. and ye shall keep it until the fourteenth d y of the same month.'' At the eastern end of the camp is the 'kiniseh" or synagogue iyer cloths, noon which they stand with bare feet. Before the PASSOVER GREETINGS LEVI PLUMBING Phone 9-1416 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOvJ Hardeman-Wooten Agency—1 J. V. Hardemmn and Hurj D. Woot 223 N. E. 2nd Arenue Pbon#> 3 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FOX AND SONS MANAGEMENT VICE'S BAR & RESTAURANT, Inc. 35 N. E.2nd Arenue "Where Good Fellowship Meets" IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL MY FRIENDS MY SINCERE PASSOVER G R EE TINGS EDW. MERCER, President Mercantile National Bank HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING — HEATING — REPAIRS ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 1446 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-3700 A HAPPY PASSOVER TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Filth Street — Phone 2-8194 1301 West Flagler Street — Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street — Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th Street — Phone 4-4461 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASS RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON AND t BISCIIIE F MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS Triangle Fruit Company "JIM. TONY and LOU" 1200 N. W. 22nd Street MAP.iNF COCKTAIL LOUNGE PASSOVER GREETINGS Operating three stores in Florida Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach A HAPPY PASSOVER MARGARET ANN Super Markets MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA, FLOH SINCEREST BEST WlSH^j for a HAPPY P ASSOVEB To Our Jewish Clients and Friends Kennedy & Ely Insurance, Inc. 1908 Congress Building MIAMI. FLORIDA



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12, 19 46 +Jewisli fhrMian PAGE THIRTY-NINE iritans Preserve Rites rr^ PAGC w gamely, belief the Pentateuch, and the Day of Untally all prayg from prayer books tf written in the fcbrew. the oldest g U age m use. fame, the younger boys have carried an d hold them in | the trench altar, Urons of water are And over the aee "shochtim" or As the passage g the convocation of |of Israel slay it be1 evenings" is spofr M "slay." with on lownward, each of fcrs cuts one throw j the next. | young priests col1 f of the fresh blood pS and rushes to put be entrance of each 5 the passage ". will pass through Egyptians; and when %  blood upon the lin| will pass over the %  not suffer the delie unto your h >uses f Young people pass tmaritan throng carI bitter herbs rolled I the lambs become lifeless, boiling water is poured over them and I the wool is plucked off instead of skinned, the purpose being to protect the flesh while it is being roasted in the ground oven. The second part of the ceremony which occurs late at night, consists of the roasting of the lambs. A couple of hours before midnight the high priest appears | upon the scene and orders the roasting of the sheep. The animals are cast into the pit. They are then covered with leaves and grass and then with caked mud. The roasting goes on for three hours. An hour after midnight hands and feet are washed and the older men don white garments. With : girded loins and with staffs in i their hands, they assemble in lone congregation. The roasted lambs arc in baskets and are | placed upon the ground. Matzos land bitter herbs are placed upon 'the sheep and then portioned out I among the assemblage by the high priest. When all is ready, the Samaritans form groups about the sacrificed sheep, pulling them hastily to pieces with their bare hands. Eating is very rapid and in less than half an hour all that is left is a mound of bones. These are thrown into the offal pit together with the utensils that were used as well as any matzos that are Kcial altar tl e older out those to whom llegated the job of | lambs, read og the the Exodus as far l's song. As soon as HAPPY PASSOVER DR. T. L. LOWHIE 828 N. W. 3rd Armut MIAMI. FLORIDA LL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. } UA! Uotid&aqA, by 1320 N. MIAMI AVENUE BEST WISHES ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER IERSON TIRE COMPANY 'Not Incorporated) U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTORS fftlfij"* Telephone 3-5308 8th Street Telephone 4-9429 I JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Been rUmA PHONE 3-4808 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL left. They burn everything that came into contact with the Passover sacrifice, in order to abide by the precept, "that which remaineth of it until the morning ye shall burn with fire." For the remaining hours of the night the congregation remains awake reciting prayers until dawn. Throughout the centuries, the Samaritans have carried on the ancient Paschal sacrifice in accordance with the laws of Moses. However, the day is nearing when even this people will not assemble anymore on Mount Gerizim as they have been doing since dayc of yore. For death is rapidly stalking in their midst. SS Theater (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 33) BEST WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER and SEASON'S GREETINGS • PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS Pure-Pep GASOLINE SHAW BROS. OIL CO. 56 S. W. 1st STREET PHONE 2-1741 the efforts of the United Jewish Appeal, the people will have some meat, gefilte fish, matzos, and Passover wine. The 300 orphaned children wno survived Belsen will celebrate Passover at the former Warburg estate at Blankanesse, near Hamburg, the hostel maintained by the JDC under their European child care program. These 300 children need a little extra care, for 299 upon examination by the JDC doctor were discovered to have defective hearts. The one remaining child with a sound heart has tuberculosis. As they sit down to their Seders, the youngest will ask the four questions. These children will know that they, in losing their families, have gained another. Thty know that American Jewry has adopted them, that Jews throughout the world seated around Seder tables have taken into their hearts the handful of children that remain in Europe. This scene will be repeated throughout the camps of Germany, at Hamburg, in Hanover, from Belsen to Feldafing, from Munich to Landsburg, to the ruins of Essen. As the Jews sit down to their Seders in the graveyard that is Europe they do so in the knowledge that whether this night will be different than all other nights depends solely on the Jews seated at the very same time at their Seders in democratic America. 4 I i i GENERAL ELECTROPLATING COMPANY "General Plating" 3153 N. W. S. River Dr. Phone 8-2009 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Graham's Dairy PHONE 8-2151 PASSOVER GREETINGS La Vigne Electric Co. 176 N. E. 20th STREET ON PASSOVER On this Passover Holiday, the festival of liberation, we can, for the first time in several years, see ahead years of Peace, Prosperity and the Better Things in Liie. In our opinion, there is no place that is better for enjoying the fuller life than Miami Beach. We have, in the past, contributed to the growth and prosperity of Miami Beach and have helped in its wartime activities and also in making it a place for gracious living. Eventually, we will surmount wartime difficulties and their aftermath and Will continue to give Miami Beach one of the finest urban transportation systems anywhere. THE MIAMI BEACH RAILWAY COMPANY A 2uitaeAen VuaeA %  To Our Jewish Friends Miami Home Milk Producers Association OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIHY FARMERS GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK SOUR CREAM DRINK "HOME MILK" FQR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE PHONE 2-7696 ^ Ft L***""' 613 SINCERELY Kuro w nw %  so m wuw > UCI *" HOME 9 .1 I ft i I 1 \ t i i ii I i" '. -I St



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)%KV£:£-'i"itfas ml IMWHB"— WW I 1 PAGE FORTY vJewlstflcrldHati Jewish Community at Oak Ridge The JWB. in addition to supply (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 35) [ng the wine and matZOS, paid for the m als of all the Gl's. The 1945 High Hi j D ys 'celebrated fittingly. A ngrega : : i %  L trad '' • the tradil B r i : fast 1 tion enjoyed pared 1 thi %  '•>'• and the Oak 1 ed the first High Holy Day services to be held at Oak Ridge. Sgt. Seymour Sadowsky Bronx has been serving as tor of the Oak Rick tion. His infectious enthusi and musical ability ha ared him to every member of the congregation. When unable to attend services because of mil: duties his place has been fi by other Gl's but Mr. S. is regarded as ;': i A Sunday School September 1944 is still fun ti ning. Several enlisted men have .... assisted to instruct the ehildrei ,• Since th< The sch t Oak rection of a comi: bv the Ladies A... numb was organized tn the fall of 1944. • — One of the major pr. • cts ... ... 0ak the auxiliarj luring the i was the 1945 Pasvei proximatelv 200 enlist I men, ol ficers and civilians partook !" ed bv typical seder. The traditional cre) reading i by Major Bernsteii : %  | : • Sgt. Sad, Democracy of Judaism .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 37) • %  i f culture, but believed i a ch ..in of us with his own [duality, and that each p with its own distinctive intual qualities can make the • ontribution to the sum Amei ican civilization. We, the Jews, can make our button to American culture linUining the education proriiich will preserve, not I only i r pi ide, but also the learn-sanding, the appre: what Judaism has been and what it has contributed, and • t can still contribute to the i nt of all human efforts We are destined An : ica the center of i • n :' : all the lofty i transmitted to n to generation, and ui shall fulfill that •y of assuming • • and intellectual : Id Jewry, we I cur own past iki i ur own future SEASON'S GREETINGS WOMEN'S APPAREL 738 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3429 A S S 0 V E R GREETINGS Tim rj^j^fci AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN DuPont Building AIR CONDITIO: FOR YOUR COMFORT SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS : ; I MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ["ENDOWS SCHOLABUIP AT fgj jji I mt *-,-• %  Or. Mordecai Soltek, executive director, Yehiva l'ni\rr5itv, atceakJ Irom Mr*. Sarah Beinfield Messing, establishing a 17,500 Sen. FASSOVER GREETINGS NELSON Automobile Service S"5 West Flagler Street !L I. & M. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. Miami Ave. 3-4872 { i RKUARK N. MIAMI AVE. AT 1st ST. PHONE 2-6161 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Buy Savings Bonds and Stamps PASSOVER GREETINGS & I. PIPE & STEEL 500 N. W. 5th St., Corner 5th Avenu* Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitt Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitt Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowitt Mildred. Harold and Donald Berkowitz MIAMI, FLORIDA Passover Greetings Florida Wholesale Grocery Company -. BWBMBI %  %  BSSHH % 


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Miami, Fla
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April 12, 1946

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Itewiislb-IEIliOipidliiaun
HE JEWISH UNITY F
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I9IOTMBER 15
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1946
PRICE: FIFTY CENTS
III JEWS
IaSHINGTON (JTA)Rapid
C re-,ettiement in Palestine of
[remaining 10u,"00 Jews in
Lny and Austria was rer-
fcended by Judge Simon H.
fcnd, special advisor on Jcw-
faffaii''- to G( m ral Joseph T.
liarn.-y upon completion of his
Imonihs servii in Germany,
las disclosed this week by the
T Department. Judge Rifkind
L.tly returned to the United
to resumi his duties as
State- dist judge for
I southern district of New
issuing the mi mnrandum,
War Department stated that
fcprescnted "only the personal
p" of Judge Rifkind and was
released "as the comment
[qualified observer on a mat-
1 which then ; is been sub-
public interest."
kfkind emphasizi d that the
tern of displaced Jews "is
Jally insoluble v, ithout Pales-
|" which, he is the sol"
! of the majority of Jews in
many and A istria Disinte-
lon has already begun and
Vapidly spn nd. and
less the world lb prepared im-
pately to make a place for
.it will drive I despair and
this handful of a dcci-
I people. All :' them have
me earnest w is] to be quit
ope, and must ol them have
lother compelling desire, to
pte to Palestine"'
deration Makes
pditional Grants
Konal allocati ns of $15,766
I mate by the Greater Miami
P Federatiw. budget com-
f Tuesday nigl ., according
jmis Klass, 1 itive direc-
yn^grants were made from
T*1 *-mbined Jew ish Appeal
pwey fund, following re-
Pofagenne, ,, .]1(,cla, am,
pity funds.
fc a". made to
Fer Miami Vaad Hakash-
tS?wlllr' "'"' 58,400 for
rodendmgix.vinber. 1946.
kZWf Were additional
ffa.h JUW f"r HIAS;
KL?e#M'ami Y; $1,416 for
fr" of Jewish Education;
Kj N^nal Jewish
H^JJ.ndSi.000 forth.
fcfiri?ration prb-
PBisr.niT..Lrew Sheltering
fcl(?f,dS,'l''''-V. which
^'oc^'^, throughout
Y Z a,;i,,lli"'<'ns for
destine United States
h] Ci ta is*9*the
0(s"PPortn '?ld ,ts Pro-
^ 'nsci,'n Shanghai
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' Shapiro,
Governors to Speak Here
Arnall Slated for
Temple Forum
Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia,
proponent of the new liberalism
in the South, will speak at Tem-
ple Israel, Thursday evening, May
2, under the auspices of Town
Hall of the Men's club of Temple
Israel, according to an announce-
ment made Wednesday by Ar-
thur S. Kahn and Herbert U. Fci-
belman, cochairmen.
Gov. Arnall will speak in place
of Erika Mann, actress daughter
of Thomas Mann, who was to
have appeared on the Town Hall
series here April 23. Miss Mann
had to cancel the engagement be-
cause of illness.
Subject of Gov. Arnall's ad-
dress will be "The Shore Dimly
Seen," which will be the title of
his new book soon to be pub-
lished.
Those holding tickets for Miss
Mann's lecture may use them to
attend ihe governor's address,
Mr. Feibelman said. Persons who
do not hold season books may
procure tickets at the door or by
calling the Temple Israel office,
9-1757.
Miami Zionists
To Hear Caldwell
WHITE PAPER,
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GOV. MILLARD CALDWELL
Refugees Barred
From Leaving Italy
The Honorable Millard F. Cald-
well, governor of the State of
Florida, has accepted an invita-
tion from the Miami Zionist dis-
trict to be guest speaker at their
annual testimonial dinner Thurs-
day evening, April 25, according
to Hyman Sootin, district presi-
dent.
The banquet, which will bene-
fit the Zionist expansion fund and
the Jewish National fund, will be
held at Lilley's restaurant.
A supporter of the Zionist
movement, Gov. Caldwell will dis-
cuss some phase of Zionism in his
speech. A cultural program has
o'llso been arranged for the dinner.
Reservations for the affair may
be made with Harry Gordon,
phone 9-1436, or Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, 2-1864.
The program committee con-
sists of Rabbi Max Shapiro, Je-
rome Weinkle, Harry Gordon, Hy-
man Sootin, I. S. Shapoff. Mrs.
Gordon and Mrs. Schwartz are in
JWV May Hold
Convention Here
Miami Beach may be the scene
of the 1946 Jewish War Veterans'
convention in August, if negotia-
tions with the national office are
successful, according to an an-
nouncement made this week. Dr.
Maurice Klein, commander of the
Freda Mirkowitz post, and the
convention committee have been
meeting with Thomas Smith,
Beach publicity director, to make
arrangements.
Meanwhile, the Freda Marko-
witz and Miami Beach posts will
sponsor a four-bout boxing show
this evening at Flamingo Park
for the benefit of the fund to
build a new post home.
At a meeting of the Miami
group Monday, the annual dance
was postponed till February,
1947. It was announced that the
post's blood bank is now classed
as one of the best in Dade
county.
The service officer, Jack Burd,
has asked that veterans contact
him at 329 N. W. Third st., phone
2-4374, for information pertain-
ing to the GI bill of rights, hos-
pitalization and other veterans'
problems
FLORIDIAN CLOSES
FOR PASSOVER
Due to ihe Passover holi-
day, the offices and plant of
lh Jewish Floridian will be
closed on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, April 16 and 17. All
copy for next week's edition
must be in by 5 p.m. Monday.
The Passover holidays will
be ushered in Monday evening
with services at local houses of
worship. For details of Pass-
over services Monday evening,
Tuesday and Wednesday, sea
page 14.
LA SPEZIA, Italy, April 9
(JTA)The 1,040 Jewish refugees
who were detained here as they
were preparing to embark on the J charge of arrangements.
Italian steamer "Fede" for Pales-1
tine, toduy were on the second
day of a hunger strike in protest
against the authorities* refusal to
permit the ship to depart.
The refugees, who are confined
on the "Fede," announced their
determinrtion to remain until the
ship proceeds to Palestine. Only
Palestine to Get
Funds for DPs
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dissolu-
tion of the Jewish Agency was
recommended to the Anglo-Amer-
ican Inquiry committee by the
Palestine government, David Ben
Gurion, chairman of the agency
executive, asserted this week.
Ben Gurion, who spoke before
a conference in Haifa of the Pal-
estine Labor party, said that the
government's memorandum to
the committee included a pro-
posal for continuance of the White
Paper and abolishment of Hebrew
and Arabic as official languages.
Meanwhile, preparations have
already begun here to convert
Palestine into the largest British
stronghold in the Middle East,
following the expected with-
drawal of Empire forces from
Egypt on May 1.
Military authorities announced
the signing of contracts with local
construction firms for the build-
ing of huge camps in the vicinity
of Gaza. Wages on these proj-
ects will amount to $4,000,000. At
the same time, it is revealed that
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
JERUSALEM (JTA)The In-
tergovernmental Committee on
children under 17, of whom there Refugees has decided to allot
are a handful, and pregnant wo- $25,000,000 for the rehabilitation
men numbering about 100 of the in Palestine of displaced Jews
340 women aboard, are exempt from Europe, it was announced
from the hunger strike. I here this week by Dr. Bernard
Jewish community leaders here Joseph, legal advisor of the Jew-
have telegraphed to the Pope, as ish Agency. The sum was made
well as to the American. British available to the refugee commit-
and Soviet ambassadors at Rome, tee by the Allied Reparations
and members of the Anglo-Amer- committee
ican Inquiry committee now Addressing a press conference,
meeting at Lausanne, appealing Dr. Joseph said thrt the Jewish
to them to intervene on behalf of Agency considers the $25,000,000
the detained refugees. to be only a small fraction of the
Dr. Umbcrto Nachon, repre- reparations due the Jewish peo-
sentative in Italy of the Jewish pie for property looted from Jews
Agencv for Palestine, left today in Europe. The Agency is de-
for Genoa to confer with of- manding all German property in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
THE STORY OF PASSOVER
Depicted in Story and Picture*
Pages 17-32
Illustration of the "Crossing
of the Red Sea" by Arthur
Syzk, internationally known
artist, reproduced with the per-
mission of the International
Jewish Encyclopedia.
Excerpts from the "Story of
Passover" used through the
courtesv of the author. A. N.
Alexander, and the publishers,
the International Silver Co.
Text arranged by Rita Gross-
man, news editor. The Jewish
Floridian.
Typography by Thomas
Lindsay Moore.
Copyright release, Max R.
Silver.
Home for Aged to Build Accommodations for 40
Fxcnnsion of the Dresent quarters of the Jewish Home lor the Aged of Greater Miami was
recently approved by "the Board of Directors due to the urgent need and the increased applica-
honii filedI wrt -^ ^jgm ^e proposed addition, construction of which will be started as
'" nossible according to a statement made by the board. Plans for the addition have
k~n nr*nared b'v August Swarz, architect. The new section, which will accommodate 40
more ?ueS wUl be erected adjoining the present Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave.


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faUo-riaMy tffieaHng,
mTHollender [ wedding unites miss goldman.m^
To Wed Chaplain
Bobby Berlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Berlin. 324 S. W. 23rd
ave., is vacationing from Bolles
Military academy, Jacksonville.
... Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen have
returned from Key West to
make their home here and are
living at 334 Euclid ave., tem-
porarily .
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Green-
berg are stopping at the Royal
Palm hotel for a few weeks be-
fore going to Birmingham, Ala.,
to make their home. Mr.
Greenberg was just released
from the Army after a year
overseas in Europe and three
and a half years in service.
Mrs. Greenberg met him in At-
lanta on his return from over-
seas .
Mrs. Greenberg's mother,
Mrs Sam B. Miller, was called
to New Haven this week by the
death of her sister, Lena
cher, Friday. Mr. Miller will
join her in Connecticut after
visiting his son, Murray, in
Memphis and from there they
will go to Hot Springs for a
vacation .
Newlvweds, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Stein, of Waterl
Conn., are stopping at the
Strath Haven hotel. Mr. Stein
was recently released from the
service ... Mr and Mrs. Albert
Seiden, -1410 Nau!: have
taken their son, Ronnie, tc
Biloxi, Miss. .
THE PARTY SCENE
Mr. and Mrs. I Marks
will hold open house at their
home, 5930 N. Bay id., from 8
till 11 p.m. Sunday in honor of
their brother and new sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mis. Murray
Marks, who were married last
Wednesday. The bride is the
former Pauline Blumberg.
Miss Lane, 3420 R
Pa!..... .....
Su:,day at a luncheon and
handkerchief shower give
Miss Roslyn T her for-
mer University ci room-
mate, at the Ri'.z Carlton I
Miss Lane's marnaqe to S v
mour Siege'., Micmi Beach real-
tor, will take place S*and
Mrs. Frank Glazer, 852 Jeffer-
son ave.. was hostess at a re-
cent luncheon for Mr. and Mis.
I. Werner'., who have returned
to Chicago. Out-of-town quests
included Mrs. J. Daks, Mrs. A.
Schwartz and Mrs Herman, ot
Chicago, and Mrs. R. Newman,
of New York
A double birthday was cele-
brated Sunday at the Colloid
hotel when Miss Do.othyRader
and her brother, Lt. William
Rader. geve a dinner P>tv lcr
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Roder. 1667 Washington
eve' Miss Marilyn Good-
man, dauahter of Mr. and Mis.
S A Goodman, 6780 Harding
ave., entertained her friends
Sunday at the Versailles hotel
on the occasion of her 15th
birthday ... ,
Mr. and Mis. Samuel Solodar
vi ddmg
it Fan and Bill's
last week.' Guests included
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Folk. Mon-
roe Solodar and Mrs Max
er .- ..
A "Model University
will be chosen at a fashion
show and contest, to be staged
by Alpha Epsilon Phi soionty
t->monow afternoon at th<
hotel Buddy Allen
las been named executive di-
of the foithcoming Miss
beauty ] ageant to be
held in May' by the Miami
h Jaycees. Winner will be
the Florid in the annual
America contest this sum-
mer in Atlantic City .
Miss Marilvn Coleman has
ed to Miami following
two year? as a staff sergeant
in the WAC. Overseas 18
months, she served with the air
transport command in England
and France. She is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Goldstein,
1864 S W. 24th 'ter. .
HOME AND ABROAD
Mrs Milton Dreyfus will leave
Sunday for a vacation in New
York Mrs. Fanny Herman
Meridian
ave, to her new home at 849
Douglas rd. Julius Grauer
returned to New York this week
after snending five days here.
During his stay, he attended
t le installation of his son, Rabbi
Murray Grauer, as spiritual
leader of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation Mr.
The May 2 wedding of Miss
,.,,,'(, Hollender and Chaplain
,:, r will climax a romanca
during the recent
.,, Jewish Appea cam-
i n both were speaker!
Youth Rally.
v nouncement of Hi-' <>*;
: appr.....total marriage
was m ,de this week by he bride-
,;,,,-, ,,.,,:,;. Dr. and Mrs. A.
eeave.
Hi llei l< was recently re-
. d ,,,,,, th WAC after serv-
ing twi "; a f'Y
, E .,, bachel-
V.. d< ce from the University
,,, C| and attended John
ol in Chicago
and th Univ. rsity of Miami.
s ; native of
lino, when I arents re-
Hi ''' "' th'' l ','
\, a York, the
h Theological Seminary and
: university Law school. He
: iate work at
univei lity. In service
. : olds the rank
on Wave from
1 c mmunity Ccn-
Park, N.J.
Hollender is now visiting
;,. sler Field, Bi-
-.: here hi was recent-
ly transferred after serving at
g I. The wedding will be
d dub in Chi-
cago.
COMMITTEE NAMED
Max Oiovitz nt of the
: Jewish Federa-
tion has announced appointment
of nine people to serve on the
Hillel Advisory council, repre-
senting Fi di i .ituin.
The nil i are Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs.
S:.,nl.y C. Myers, Carl Weinkle.
Monte Selig, Leon Kaplan. Abe
Cannes, Elry Stone and Isaac
Levin.
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wedding ceremony was an event of March 31 at Temps!
with Rabbi Saul Appelbaum officiating.
Mrs. Simon is the former Eleanor B. Coldman, da
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goldman, 1775 S. W. 16th ave.,i
Simon's parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. Simon of Spring
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PAGE THREE
TO LIVE
scayne point
MISS SEIDLING PLANS
MAY WEDDING HERE
Ruth Zimmerman Joins
June Brides-Elect
Announcement is being made
this week of the engagement of
' Miss Ruth Seidling, daughter of
, the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
.Seidling, of Brooklyn, N.Y., to
I Gerald (Jerry) Elkin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel
ave.
Miss Seidling attended schools
in Brooklyn and received her
bachelor's degree from Brooklyn
college. During the war she was
with the government intelligence
'service. She returned to Brooklyn
Tuesday after spending the win-
ter teaching at Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, Mr. Elkin received a
degree from the University of
Florida where he was a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He
:is office manager of a local cab
company.
^eAAorwJUUj, fyieaMriq,
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2,
and Mrs Theodore Gulkis en-
tertained friends on their yacht,
observed the Yahrzeit of their
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Blum-
berg, April 2. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris B'.umberg's son, Meyer
the Gull-Kiss, Sunday. Guests fi Blumberg_ became enqaged
included Mr. and Mrs. Charles lo y[lss Sylvia Kaminsky re-
Jamison, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. cently and will be married June
K'ein and Mr. and Mrs. Alber' 2. The bride-elect is the daugh-
Dubbin The sons of Mr. ter 0{ yiT_ and Mrs. Morris
and Mrs. S. M Grundwerg ar- Kaminsky
rived yesterday to spend the Edward Rayles, former cap-
Passover holidays with their ,ain 0f ^e tj s. counter intelli-
parents. Moses J. Grundwerg gence corps, was guest speaker
attends the Yeshiva university al lbe Miami Beach Zionist
in New York and his brother, iuncheon club Wednesday. He
Saul, is a student at Flatbush diSCUSSed the present status of
Yeshiva, Brooklyn. They will European Jewry .
remain here until April 28 y[rs y/. a. Kappel, of New
When Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum- y0rk city, is the house guest of
berg returned from Savannah ner brother, Dr. Abraham Woji-
n "t mi n ,.i t ,,., last week. Mr- Blumberg's bro- son 0f 1059 Collins ave. .
ass?* ss "srs m -e-^js & Vsr *=**-
New York is announced this week or short vacation here. While Dr. and Mrs. Charles Weiss, 225
After their marriage here in by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. n Savannah, the Blumbergs 27th st., i? vacationing from the
University of Texas ... Mr. and
May, the couple will reside at
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Levine Announces
Daughter's Betrothal
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wedding of Miss Estelle
i and King S. Dansky was
nized March 3 at Temple
IShck-.i with Kabbi Leon
el Kele-
i i impletion
, the < : will re-
; JC71 N irci Bis-
Point.
[Dansky i thi la ighter of
pi Mrs. Mori riinsky,
fh.ridan ave.
Mrs. Gussie Levine, 321 N. W.
| Second uve., is announcing the
engagement and approaching
.marriage of her daughter, Mis^
Claire Levine, to Louis J. Wine.
The couple will be married by
Rabbi Max Shapiro on May 1.
Miss Levine attended schools
in New York and for the past
three and one half years has been
associated with JWB-USO in Mi-
ami. During the war she was ac-
tive in volunteer work for the
armed forces. She is publicity
chairman of the Business and
Profession Women's division of
Hadassah.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. David
S. Wine of Providence, R.I., Mr.
Wine attended Providence schools
and has lived in Miami for the
past year. He served in the Mer-
chant Marine for two years and
is presently engaged in air trans-
portation work.
Following their marriage, the
couple will reside at 1650 S.W.
Fifth st.
Samuel Zimmerman, 1015 Eighth
st. The wedding will be held in ceived hi; degree in business ad- Mrs. Sol Friedberg, of New Ro-
iune. ministration. chelle, N. Y., are visiting Mr.
Miss Zimmerman is a graduate Son of Mrs. Rum Stobin <>f Qncj y[IS Bert Scheuer of 4430
of the University of Miami where New York, he served with tho Nautilus dr.
she majored in psychology. Her Army foi four years in the mill- .
fiance was graduated from City tary intelligence branch and was
college, New York, where he re- on duty in Europe.
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ELECT
Paul D. Barns
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
(Group 2)
Senioi Circuit Judge, Elev-
enth Judicial Circuit, with
over 20 years of trial court
experience, who asks promo-
tion to the Supreme Court of
Florida.
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PAGE FOUR
Army-Navy Group
To Reorganize
Reorganization of the Greater
Inquirers Favor Hillel Sponsors
Interfaith Seder
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
con vi i
of Haifa into the --------
Mia li Army-Navy committee on (greatest Mediterranean naval ,,, Abram L. Sachar, national
a smaller scale was suggested at base is almost completed and that ^ ,,. foundations,
a mass meeting Wednesday night naval supplies will 1 .Uest speakei at the In-
at which the Oberdorfer award from Alexandria to Haifa abo '
and 410 certificates were awarded. May 1. Rad ''" Scd*' '.' *
The Oberdorfer plaque, pre- Gerisim and at other localities at the Hillel house. Coral G
sented by Harry Hymanson, su- are nearly finis 7 ,m. Tuesday. Dr. Bowman I
pervisor of USO-JWB in
Southeast, was given to the com
munity for its outstanding ser- oauun
vices to military personnel dur- quiry committee, which was sub- B'rith lodges, 1 Bines
ing the war. Volunteer workers mitted to a sub-committee which campus leligious groups and pi
who had served over 100 hours visited the Arab king last
received the certificates. In .t, Ibn Saud warns Brita
After Passover, membership of America that they will fa _; ir1nde
thfcomniittee. which has coordi-.vengeance of 1 The program lude
nated war service work for the lem worlds, unit I 5 curb th ., n
Jewish community since 1942, Jews in Palestii ent ol Pass ccr in ther days.
, su- are neany uiuuim, 7 | ,,-, xuesaay. ur, nuu *
the ; The Arab press pu Wished what (f lhe Univ, .
com-'it said i* the full text ol Ibn -s ..
ser- Saud's memorandum to the In- ol Miami, officers ol local I
Refugees Barred
(CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE)
ficialS of the Allied commission
regarding disposition of the rcf- j
Ugees, He visited the passengers 1
yesterday and reported that they 1
u< re maintaining discipline and '
i spirits even in the midst of
thi hunger strike. The passeng-
ers have raised the Zionist flag 1
alongside the ship's Italian em- I
blem.
Police Chief Russo of La Spczia ,
today told the Jewish Telegraphic !
Agi ncy that had the refugees told
him they were Jews, he would
havi allowed them to proceed
without any interference. He ex-
plained that the police halted the
lorries on which the refugees ar-
med for embarkation because
they thought the Jcw,
cis* 'or who* C**
were hunting. Thp -,
ened by ,,. f;u, lha ^
Jffud to answer *
For want of ^ ^
u Spezia is a badly bZJl
and port, the police} ^ed,
gees aboard the craft '
gj -tended .oi* % j
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVeJ
TO OUR MANY FRU^]
MR. and MRS
A- W. MILLER'
plating Army-Navy or veterans ish and A Bass, pi (list, and
work. will havi to I te not Gi ge i1 eroi mist.
Sam Blank, chairman, accepted onlj A : will bi
the Oberdorfer award on behalf of all I in India, Ch ironoff, ac-
of the Jewish community and out- and ol nicd by Ni Gittli n
lined the history of the Army- Ibn Saul is quoted as sa; Etl '' Phyllis
Navy committee since its incep- 1 5 state that Ibn S
tion. lared it w a "si 1 I I ., b Zi v.
Mr. Blrnk also turned over thi Pri ident 1 1: For thi evening will
war records of Jewish pers nnel Jews to
inducted from Greater Miami to P ..'. 1 per-
Maurice Grossman, co-cha Ji \'& l enter his country."
of the committee's n rds The king declared that President
. ]". : n
be Ro
Gittli lan and Leonard
nbaurri were chosen Hillel
committee Further compilation R ell "in was con- queen and king at the spring for-
of local w Is and publica- vinced th.-.t Palestine was :, | the ,. neicl la I Si I irday.
the Jews," the report
Beach Lodge To Install
FDR Memorial Class
tion of a history of the Ji w | t foi
community's role in the war is added.
contemplated.
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
master of cei 1 L tele-
gram from Frank W< il, pn sident
of the Nation Welfare
board, with which the committee] The Franklin Delano Roosevelt
is affiliated. W men al 1 til f new
gratulated the community on its mcmbi f M n Beach
service rei led I B' it v ill b initi-
___________________ ling
A Passover meeting and pro- to Harold Turk I te B'nai B/rith
gram will be held by Junior : <' cl
Hadassah Thursday evening at 1:;n uf ': v P"**""-
the Beach Y. Al the member- T,lL med in
ship brunch Sunday members meTry.ith? ann'ver?ary ot the
purchased 30 trees for Palestine r''':,',h of ,he lal' President
in honor of the birthday of Natalie
OSCEOLA CAMP
FOR BOYS
Situated on Beautiful Osce-
ola Lake near Henderson-
vUle, N. C.
UNDER DIRECTION OF
HERBERT SILVER
For Information Call
5-5975
Between 4 and 8 P.M.
Frankel, president.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
MR. and MRS. HARRY
LEVIN and FAMILY
PENNWAY PHARMACY
1443 Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone 5-7503
THE PRESCRIPTION CENTER
W3 LINCOLN ROAD .it WASHINGTON AVENUE
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Promptly lo
Any Part of Miami Beach
At Your Service Day and Night Telephone 5-6737
Modern. Scientific Prescription Laboratory MARCELLE Hypo-
AHergenic Cosmetics Feminine Hygiene Department
Nationally Advertised V.tamms
Elect
Matzoh Meal, Cake Meal,
Egg Matzohs, Whole Wheat
Matzohs, Egg Barley, Potato
Pancake Mix and Potato
Starch.
Nearly a score of high
quality unrationed products
that help make limit id
foods go furtherenhance
holiday menus!
BILL
LANTAFF
to the
LEGISLATURE
(GROUP 3)
Veteran World War II Long Time
Dade County Resident Attorney-at-Law
ABLE AND PROGRESSIVE
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MIAMI. FLORIDA

B ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt 6 Lambert's Paints <& Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
i "More for Your Mon
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 13th STREET
A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE
Let's Have Only One Bill
For ALL Taxes
VOTE FOR
R. B. GAUTIEUr
for
STATE LEGISLATURE
Return Him to the Job He Did So
Well Before He Entered the Navy
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chiel
formerly operating the
DADE KOSHER MARKET
MIAMI
wish to thank their customers and friends
for the privilege of serving them for many
years with the finest of strictly Kosher meats
and poultry. We thank you for the consid-
eration given us during the trying war
period of rationing and meat shortages. It
has been a pleasure for both of us to fuliill
the needs of a substantial portion of the
Jewish community who desired Kosher meat
and were assured of Kashrus by an un-
stained and untarnished record of long
years as a Kosher butcher.
We may be reached at our residence.
345 Meridian Avenue. Phone 5-5949.
Once again, many thanks.
MR. and MRS. ABE CHIEL


,,, Goldman Heads
j,ai B'rith Group
, H (SbMB was elected
Ll of the B'nai B'nth
CfofSholem lodge. follow-
C withdrawal of Mrs. da
L:, f,om the Blate presented
nominating committee.
TL elected were Mi* Jo-
Kcrm-nn. first vice prcsi-
| Brs Jean Silverman. sec-
f',,c'c president; Mrs. Abe
L .reasurer; Mrs. Harvey
E financial secretary; Mrs.
CleU, recording secretary;
T Gertrude Covner. corre-
Lg secretary; Mrs. Luther
Lerg. historian; Mrs. Sam
LjMrliamentarian. and Mrs.
. Miller, counselor.
tee for the board of direc-
iW. the Me dames Norman
L F. V Seidler, Marx Fein-
Milton A. Friedman, Elean-
fParn Harold Kind, Max
Ll Ida Tepper, Jules Jacobs.
TKronenfeld, Max Bergman.
eKasanof and Alex Cohen.
ACrToKAYS BONDS
Lbcnd issu tol iling $700,-
ffor water works improve-
rs and off-street parking
approved I M ami Beach
i holders Tuesdi in the third
Impt this : to l-ass the
kith 3.000 eleel : qualified to
|to the polls, 2.1 2 .ast their
lots151 mon than required
take the electii n valid.
ft) Manai ude A. Rcn-
r'said the city would "proceed
It away" with thi sanctioned
lavements.
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PAGE FIVE
Home Auxiliary Plans
Passover Social
A special Passover social meet-
ing has been scheduled by the
Miami Beach auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged for
1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Dr. David S. Andron will be
guest speaker. Violin selections
will be played by Jan M. Turkie-
wicz, accompanied by his brother,
Witold, at the piano.
Traditional Passover delicacies
will be served. Mrs. Benjamin
Sherry will preside.
Minyonim Raise Funds
PASSOVER GREETINGS
|Up To Dale Vjn Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer and Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-5411
Mrs. Ida Mitchell and Mrs.
Sarah Hymov were hostesses at
recent parties which raised $116
for the Hadassah child care pro-
gram.
Mrs. Mitchell entertained at a
luncheon last Wednesday at her
Alton rd. home and collected $85
for the project. A cardy party at
the home of Mrs. Hymov, 815
Michigan ave., raised $25. The
money was raised through Youth
Aliyah Minyonim.
Vets to be Guests
At Hospital Seder
For the first time in this area,
a Seder will be held at a veter-
ans' hospital. The event, arranged
by the Jewish Welfare board, will
take plaic at the Nautilus hos-
pital 7 p.m. Monday. Veterans of
World Wars I and II are being in-
vited.
Rabbi Albert Michels will con-
duct the ceremony. The Seder
meal will be prepared under the
supervision of Mrs. Ida Optner.
Guests will include. Lt. Col
William E. Kendell, commanding
officer of the hospital, and eight
Jewish Army doctors and their
wives.
For hospital patients, as well
as observant Jewish personnel,
Passover food packages will be
distributed, according to Leon
Schulman, JWB representative.
The packages have been prepar-
MIAMI VACUUM
CLEANERS COMPANY
1312 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 3-7838
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JERRY & MACK
RADIATOR REPAIRS
2034 N. W. 29lh Ave.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RAWLSON & CO.
Joseph J. Rawlson
Dave Schwarzman
A WORD OF TRIBUTE
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances:
It is with considerable pleasure that I take this
opportunity to publicly announce my support to
GEORGE S. OKELL
a candidate lor re-election for the State Legislature.
Group 1. As you are hilly aware, the election is on
Tuesday, May 7th. This is not too far off and it is
important that you keep in mind that you must vote
in order to protect our democ-
racy. When you vote you must
vote for the right people to in-
sure and protect everything
that is honest good and for the
benefit of ALL the people. I
have known George Okell for
a long time. He is an ex-
tremely intelligent and capable
lawyer and legislator. He is
always calm and conservative
in his attitude and is therefore
in a position to give thoughtful
consideration to all the matters
come before the legislature. He is uumane.
BO and considerate and has many times put forth
tremendous effort on behalf of our residents. He has
assisted them through much red-tape in coming in
ntact with relatives of people on the other side, and
J^ough his contacts has been able to do much for
Goorae Okell deserves your support and the
PPort of all of our friends. He has made a good
a-idk '" *he lir8t term and l know he wiU do better
It K9er 'h""38 in ** comino years.
Politi TLeen a rare occ081011 that 1 have mixed ta
> This is one of the occasions when I feel it
the ^tYrnot for Ae benefit of George Okell but for
'epreT, f a" our <** whom he will so ably
Daim, i Urge vou on cmd all to vote for. cam-
P^TO ior and support
GEORGE S. OKELL
F0R RE-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATURE
(Group 1)
(Signed) HARRY PEARL
I'd. Political Adv.
that will
ed by the Miami Service league.
Although most of the Jewish
soldiers and sailors stationed in
this area have been granted holi-
day furloughs on request, provi-
sion is being made for military
personnel remaining in the area,
Schulman said. The Miami Beach
Service league will be on duty
at the Beach Y through Monday
to make arrangements for home
hospitality for members of the
armed forces stationed in the lo-
cale or Here on furlough.
Arrangements have been made
for military personnel to attend
congregational Sederim at Key
West, Hollywood, West Palm
Beach and Ft. Lauderdale, as well
as Miami and Miami Beach.
SISTERHOOD TO ELECT
Election of officers will be held
by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom at an open meeting Wed-
nesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
Plans will also be made for a
luncheon April 24 which will
benefit the children's library of
the Temple. The luncheon will
be held at Pickin Chicken.
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072
Extends
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th Street
PHONE 7-6693
GREETINGS
FRANCES K. POWELL
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Served in her Newly
Enlarged Dining Room
at
524 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
5-1646
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220 Civic Building
PHONE 2-5708
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American Bonding Co.
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Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973_________________Phone 2'114'
Entered a., S.h-om,1 .Mass Matter July .<> *&' 5fT '"Ce
or Miami, Fla., under the Act of Marcn, >. '
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year. S3.00; Six Months. $2.00.
2 Years. S5.00.
FRFD K SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor_________
VOL V ME 19
Miami 18. Fli t v 12- 194b
NUMBER 15
NISAN 11, 5706
Palestine to Get
(CONTiNUE^ROM PAGE 1)
Palestine as part of the r.,
;,,v,,,,,cl. A memo-
this effect has been
commission through the Fai
t.stine g< .eminent, ha "...
Dr Joseph also disclosed that
h organizations in
h as settlers associ-
,, Czechoslovakia, Poland
.., ,. have undertaken sep-
.....tion, supported by me
.. Agenc; i secure i I
. ons i lews in Palestine who
lost theii operty in the i
tries from which they escaped.
'contributors pay
45% of cja funds
Of the $808,000 pledged in the
recent Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, 45% of the funds have
been collected, according to Mor-
ns Klass, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Distribution of these funds are
being made to the agencies of
Federation as rapidly as possible,
e said, emphasizing that the con-
| need for overseas relief
makes it necessary for all con-
tributors to pay their pledges as
as possible.
"Dollars mean lives," he stated.
: osition "f surplus funds
pledged in the campaign awaits
the decision of the Executive
committee The original cam-
n goal was $783,100.
UN Committee
Aids Homeless
LONDON (JTA)-Th.
of European refugee, ^
placed persons must be deaf, T
"rapidly and adequaJJ??*
PASSOVER ... A CHALLENGE
Jewish people throughout the world will observe Passovei have left Palestine for
with the inception of the Uaditional Seder ceremony Monde. mtries to
take up the matter of reparations. _____________________
evening. u Qn,. I The Jewish Agencv ha!
Not so many years ago Passovei wo* looked upon chieilv ^.^ g memorandurn | the PHYLLIS GENE HIRSCH
lor its religious associations. Today it has an jc^ed aspect, as Nations with regard to cav^ NTJPTIAT VOWS
the painfully realistic struggle lor liberation continues. A saga ineral problems ofJ"gJ bAYb WUi_^L V^Wa
of oppression av.d tyranny, comparable to the days of Pharaoh, Jews and theism.* g ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^
is being re-enacted. added' that representatives of the Atlanta and Peter B. Garvett ex-
The Passover story of old ends with liberation for our people, A,,,r i- changed nuptial vows at he
me rusw>u i j ... ,. ,, ,. attamntinir tn secure support Robert Hichter hotel Sunday
victory for righteousness and deserving justice. We believe the ^^^ m a CCI,.mony read by
end of this present-day struggle will achieve the same conc.usion. h'l.,s ,-Uu, L-t,. | Nations for th< Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. After a
Each year and on every similar occasion we write the same demands outlined in the memo- -hurt honeymoon, the couple will,
few words, prayii ping foi a speedy end to our troubles i andum.______________
, Each yeai God. has brought us closer to ;
this attainment. Unfortunately there is still a long way to go | Heiman, Turk Named
To Aid Hillel Drive
Lou Heiman and Harold Turk
were named to the state Hillel
before our he;
The ? i America cs part of its Passover
wrote: The seeds of hate and malice sown by Nazi '
juards he teed the bitter fruit of prejudice, JV^ funds campaign cabinet at
many iberal countries. There I meeting of state B'nai B'rith
i quarrelsomeness among the forces executives last weekend in Gain-
of goodness I jht against th,s new evil g^J J^will ^presen^the
lally on the alert against m tno drive for $100,000 to finance
jn of the light oi fieedom of body and soul. We buildings at the University of
and Florida State College
. discrimination which is based on warped floi'',c,i:i
... for Vie
[ious ideas. It is our duty to guard against
at reduces the worth and dignity of
omen.
It is anticipated that part of
the funds will be raised locally at
a later date. Turk said.
Among othr matters taken up
Hope, prayer and words alone will not secure for us these lt ^ xecutive meeting was the
ccsires Passover must serve as a challenge to each and every membership drive. Plans were
I is necessary to protect and maintain made to increase state B'nai B'rith
for liberation. Participation in all """b^mP for 2-000 "> 3'000-
h is bad and evil must be a sacred :
live at Park Lane apartments,
Miami Beach.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Hirsch of Atlanta, the bride ma-
jored in art at Washington uni-
versity, St. Louis, and studied at
the High Museum of Art in At-
lanta. Mr. Garvett, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph S. Garvett, 434
S. W. 25th id., was a student at
the University of Miami before
serving in the Army, from which
he was recently discharged.
Mrs. Robert Richter was her
sister's matron of honor and
Robert Garvett served as best
man for his brother. A wedding
dinner was held in the Marine
dining room of the hotel.
meeting of the United H*
Commute* on Rcfu^JJ
placed Persons, which JJVJ
session here for five week, 5
decide the fate of homeleT "
pie and to establish an intern!"
tional body which wffl (ft
the care of refugee sand dispiS
persons. "
Hector McNeil, British Unta
Secretary for Foreign 35
was unanimously elected 2
man of the committee. The Cm
session was opened by pT
Sharpley, head ol the London of'
f ice of the United Nations, in tt*
Church House of Westminsto
with representatives from twenn
countries attending. Also pr
ent were representatives of the
Intergovernmental Committee
Refugees and high UNRRA of-
ficials in charge of refugee wort.
The Committee on Refuges
and Displaced Persons will deal
with all aspects of the refugee
situation in Eui ipe during i&|
session here and is charged with I
preparation of a comprehend
report for presentation to the
United Nations Social and Eco-
nomic Council before May 25. It I
is certain that the report willrw-l
ommend the establishment of i|
permanent United Nations bodj
to assume the functions of tin I
Intergovernmental Committee _
Refugees and of the League of I
Nations' Commission on Refu-1
gees.
that cannot be shirked or over- ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL
look nust be sermonized SET FOR TONIGHT
he year.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt club
will conduct a public memorial
ting at 8 p.m. tonight in Bay-
front park to mark the first an-
niversary of the late president's
death.
P.-T. A. TO BROADCAST
Representatives of Miami Beach
Parent-Teachers associations will
participate in a forum on the
benefits of the P.-T. A. in the
community on the "President's
Forum" over Station WKAT at
7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Tomorrow evening's broadcast
will be the second presented by
the P.-T. A. Participants will
be Mrs. Irving Lehrman, repre-
senting Central Beach Element-
ary school: Mrs. Adrian Wolfert
the speakers will be ^^jif"^ ft^Lf0Ut5
Rabbi Max Shapiro. |Ech'"rs' .Haro1^ ,YnghLa"u
Miami Beach lodge of B'nai 'n^h m* *h Ma'vy' NTrth
B'rith will observe the anniver- Jff* u !"* I ?" JuJ
'mor-Scnior High schools, and

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sary 'through a rededication to
the democratic ideals and princi-
ples for which President Roose-
' stood and gave his life." The
expressed its rededication
olution commemorating
the late president's death.
Mrs. Mary Lynn, Biscayne school.
Jack Kimball is moderator of
the program.
Sholem Lodge Names
Convention Delegates
GERALD L. K. SMITH
JAILED FOR CONTEMPT
THERE'S NO PLACE
LIKE NOMI"
Ernest Bevin: "We never undertook 10 establish a Jewish Sute, but wt
did undertake to titabliih a Jewish home, and that wc mute fulfilL'
Fourteen members of Sholem
lodge will attend the regional
B'nai B'rith convention in Balti-
CIIICAGO (JTA1Gerald L K more Ma>' 2628- Delegates ap-
Smith, htad of the American P01nted at a meeting of the lodge
First party, was sentenced this iTut'sciuy night are:
week to sixty days imprisonment Jack Abb". Nathan Adelman.
for contempt of court. The charge lsaac Ll'v'in- Milton A. Friedman.
from his issuance of a Alex Cohen, Marx Feinberg.
statement attacking the jurisdic-
ll"n '" during a dis-
_______________________ (Oraerly condu I ial in which,
/?, ur Terminiello. suspended i warl/ and Charles R. Jacobson.
[Alabama priest, was convicted
Max R. Silver, Fred K. Shochet,
Frank Solomon, Sam Silver, Elry
Stone, Nat Hurwitz, Harry Sch-
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED IN THE 1948 AMERICAN RED CROSS and fin*. The oViB7.l KK AlSt Pa^Tes.dTnt.
SERVICE FUND CAMPAIGN! conduct charged filed against Dan SaUn. chairman of tl
ther appointments made by E
were
Termi
against """ a,un. cnairman of the vet
If you have not been called upon for a contribution mail vours v '."""c"\ Smilh' and Frei1 *l**?' cummiUt'e: Elry Stone, co
today. Complete the coupon, attach a check cash or monev rrd c ," wde' rosul^d from cna"man; Jack Abbott, chairman
and mail to the AMERICAN RED CROSS 507 N F F,rs. a, ifJl^'""', ,n,lUc meetin8 organ- of t,u' 'membership committee.
Miami 36, Florida. '*** Avenue, Iwd and addressed by the three. I
rmimelloand Smith's publicity1
for
NAME.
ADDRESS-
CITY.
await
ontempt ol
Here is my RED CROSS contribution in the name of the manyiagent' D'n Lohbeck, still
whom the war will never be over: sentencing on the confer
court charge.
DATE----------------------------------------AMOUNT.
Registration Totalled
LODGE INVITES MAYOR
Congress Schedules
Review, Member Tea
Saul D. Alinsky's "Reveille for
Radicals: A Practical Application
for Democracy" will be reviewed
by Mrs. I. M. W einstein for the I
American Jewish Congress, Beach I
Women's division ^t the Miami I
Beach Jewish Center at 1:45 pal
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will read I
a memorial to the late President!
Franklin D. Roosevelt on the oc-
casion of the first anniversary of |
his death.
The chapter is planning a men-1
bership affair at the home of Ma|
S. Lester on April 25.
Final board meeting of the!
year was held at the Frances K.I
Powell restaurant last Thursday,!
Mrs. Thomas Brusk, national I
treasurer, was guest of honor.f
Mrs. Sol Leslie presided.
9 3l4tORi,t,87,602DemOCratsand
9.J64 Republicans will be eligible
to vote ta ^ May primarie's t
was announced Monday after an
Mayor Perrine Palmer, jr., has
beer, asked to speak at the week-
ly luncheon meeting of B'nai
19thh Slem l0dge Friday- APrU
Beginn.ng on that date, the
luncheons will be held every Fri-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the Down-
town Club, Seybold bldg. Burnett
Kotn is m charge of the lunch-
eons.
New Judaean Group
Installs Officers
The Kadimah dub, a newjjl
formed Young Judaean pPj
group at the Miami Beach Jew*!
Center, held a candlelight msUi-
lation of officers recently. I
Those installed were BeWI
Collegeman, president; Carol wi
ler, vice president: Dorothy Bar-i
on, secretary, and Evelyn S.ejtt
treasurer. The new officers *l
ceived corsages and preJJI
their advisor, Miss Sh.rle> 0*1
legeman, with flowers. eA
mony was held at the hojnejl
the new president, Betsey
legeman. '
TEEN-AGERS TO HOLD |
SEDERIM AT Y's
Teen-agers wiU^ congt |
own Sederim at the M I
Miami Beach Ys Saturdaj
Sunday evenings. ..^i
The model Seder at the M*|
Y 8 p.m. Saturday n'^'^-l
the third annual event, in *
ice sponsored by the w|
council, will be conducted
Rabbi Murray Grauer *Jk
Rev. Maurice Mamches. a
will follow the Seder ^1
Sponsoied jointly by tn
mingo and Royal WJJJl
of AZA. the second annu ^1
Seder of the Beach JKpjJ
place Surday evening-
is 25 cents.



DAY-
APRIL 12. 1946
+Jelstifk>ri PAGE SEVEN
jouncil to Install
Ifficers May 1
iiiam. 2*2L; will be in-
'iS*? a luncheon May 1 at
lallrad lac hotel, according to
e tf WUliams, who was re-
CtaTC Myers, second vice
H?i- Mrs Aaron Farr, third
fe'd rs,"t; Mrs. Joseph
KLlSancial secretary.
' Fdnu HeUer, treasurer;
JVSTm upland recording
1 tIrvMr<. A lbert Green, cor-
^David Phillips, Mrs. Harry
f"P,? nd Mrs. Ben Essen; two-
ZZ Stanley Phillips, Mrs.
Marcus. Mrs. J. Epstein;
TWir Mrs. Wilham Slepian,
E Sam Farr and Mrs. Ada
|ECA'P- -" charge of ar-
LSnenU for the installat.on
I boon and Ml Sydney Wem-
laub wffl be t .ast.n.stress. Re-
Mrs. Jack J n H at 58-2124.
I Knd board noting of the sec-
Lbwuid. ; ^-^d"es-
day. April 24 al -.he Beach Y.
Pioneer Women Give
I Farewell Parties
. Two informal farewell func-
Itions were held last week by the
iBeachc'.ub of the Pioneer Wom-
len's organization in honor of sev-
eral members who are leaving
I town.
Mr. and Mrs Rosenstein were
hosts at thi water hotel at
the affair in honor of Miriam
VETERAN RECEIVES TWO AWARDS
SPECIAL HAGGADA TO
BE READ AT SEDER
INVITE VETS TO SEDER
A special Haggada has been
prepared for the fifth annual
"Third Seder'" to be held by the .
Ferband at the Alamac hotel,
1300 Collins ave. Thursday eve-
ning.
A group of well-known artists,
including Miss Anyuta Melicov,
Cantor Abraham Friedman, Miss
Rose Aaron and several surprise
guests, will be featured on the
program.
A. Stupakevich, prominent
Zionist leader from Warsaw, will
be the honored guest. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will preside. Reserva-
tions may be made with Dr. H.
Queen at 5-5081. Proceeds from
the banquet will benefit the His-
tadruth in Palestine.
Passover home hospitality is
being extended to veterans by
the Jewish War Veterans, Freda
auxiliary, according to Mrs. Ger-
Markowitz post, and the Ladies'
trude Marks, auxiliary president.
Veterans desiring to attend a
Passover service in a private
home or group on Monday night
may contact Mrs. Marks at 4-0788.
Mrs. Marks has also asked that
families who can accommodate
veterans for the Seder to call
her.
HYMAN D. COVERMAN. left, received the bronze star and
oak leaf cluster Saturday at the Biltmore hospital from Col.
Ira A. Rader, right. A veteran of 19 months duty overseas,
Coverman was awarded the star for "gallantry in action on
July 7, 1944, in France" and the cluster for "heroic achieve-
ment in action on November 28, 1944, somewhere in Ger-
many." Coverman and his wife live with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, at 1421 N. W First st.
A card parly will be held by
the Baltimore club of Greater
Miami 8 p.m. April 25 at Temple
Beth Shalom. Refreshments will
be served and door prizes award-
ed. Admission is 50 cents.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldberg
and Family
of the
WHITE STAR GROCERY
83 N. E. 17th Street
FAMOUS .
Throughout South Florida
For Skilled Workmanship
T AMI AMI
MOTOR REPAIRING CO.
JOE MERO, President
1277 S. W. 8th Street
Gingold and Fagel Birkenblitt
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff were
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat which
honored Liena Spear, of Chi-
cago, Friday evening. A musical
and cultural program was pre-
sented and refreshments served
MR. and MRS.
L. S1LVERMAN
a;id the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
WISH ALL THEIR
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Best Wishes To Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
BAKE RITE, Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-7923
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BARNES CAST STONE
SHOP
262 N. E. 54th St. 7-0314
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus
of the
MARCUS APARTMENTS
828 3rd St.. Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
1
PLAYLAND
PHOTO STUDIO
118 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9174
PASSC ': GREETINGS
TWIN OIKS GRILLE
RESIAURANT
628 S. W 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-8810
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO
OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
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TAMIAMI
UPHOLSTERY CO.
2465-69 S. W. 8th SL
LOUIS LUBIN and
SAM BRAMBIER
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builder
724 N. W. 21st Street
A Most Happy Passover
To All Our Friends
and Patrons
CHAS. A. FOX. Prop.
FOX BRAKE SERVICE
2626 N. E. 2nd Ave.
3-5530
PASSOVER GREETINGS
VAL C. CLEARY
Your County Commissioner
'J!
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TO OUR
MANY
JEWISH
FRIENDS
ZISSEN'8
Bmsteftt
1141 M. MIAMI AVI.
mll *utPfr Fun Houm
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
I DRINK.
eca
MIAMI COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
301 North West 29th Slreel
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER .
V. I. HOECHERL COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
2047 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PRINDI.E CLARK
MOTORS
SELECTED USED CARS
WE
*u? Sell Rent
2011 K. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-6471
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
FROLIC CLUB
13th Street and Causeway
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOLLYWOOD
BEACH HOTEL
HOLLYWOOD. FLORIDA
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
CLOVER CLUB
HICKORY HOUSE CUISINE
Boulevard Downtown Phone 2-5755
PASSOVER GREETINGS
yj
MYRON NEWMAN
MAURICE C. COHN
Manhattan Distributors
1536 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-8641
Distributors of Leading Brands oi
KOSHER PASSOVER WINES
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-JenlstncrMtofL
Mrs. Rosenthal
Elected at Beach
The Tn mp< Id ib meel
every Thursday evening at ihc
Trumpeldor Club Plans
i Third Seder At Center
The Senior Judaean chapt.
the Miami Beach Jewish Centei
-------- Will conduct a third Seder foi all
Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal was lmembers 0f the club and tl
elected president of the new Ml* frlcnjs Thursday evening,
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Women j ^
at a meeting Tuesday night. In-j ^Jjss jeanette Tuper
stallation ceremonies are being |for thfi group Refreshment
planned for May 21. 'program Committees includi S
Others elected were Mrs. Har- V1J Ber;:>on. Bernice Cool
old Turk, first vice president; [smith, Marilyn Deckelbaum, Lois
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, second Fri. In n, Leila Gross,,Ro1
vice pres.dent; Mrs. Birdie Maze, L C harlotte I
financial secretary; Mrs. Alexan- Schechte." Mrs
der Liebow, treasurer: Mrs. Irv- Gross are I "* wh
ing Frankel, recording secretary; assist.
Mrs. Julius Pearson, correspond-
ing secretary.
Mrs. Jack August, historian: Center, and the business and cui-
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Hannah tural hou.s
Halfon, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, au- cial hour with refreshments and
ditors: Mrs. Benjamin Landau, dancing,
counselor: Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz.' This Sunday fl
sentinel. will be.....L<
Board members are the Mes- School for a swii
dames Ruth Gelatt, Jean Raab,------------------
Miller. Sam Blank. Barney Wen- N\y SCOUT TROOP
kle, Paul Weitzman. Alexander Tr. ur., n f-tTTTTMri
Richardson. Laurence Sootin. TO HULD UU lUN Sevmour Rubin, Harry Miller.
And the Mesdames Walter Kov- A Boy Scout Troop is I
ner. Sam Prosterman, Alex Sen i red by tl Mian !'
man. Wing Becker. Irving Mar- Jewish Center. The I
cus. Blanche Fein. William H. :< open to boys twelvi .
Bernstein. George Bertman, Ed- nd over, is und
ward Kaplan. I Sti nb rg S mtion f Jose] h Rood. It meets at
Lachman, David Harris. Em I Center i ch T
uel Goldstrich and Miss Jearu i t 7:3 |
Teller. A hik nned
-------------------------- in the near future. Men
Dr. Andrew w. Goitschall. | present practic-
Florida director of the National ing to full
Conference of Christians and qui Boys who
Jews, will be guest speaker at the y in d to inquin tl i
Spinoza Forum, 1059 Collins ave.. Center oi t" attend any of the
at 3 p.m. Saturday. R n CtingS.
Fourth Graders Feted KaufmansJToJIonor Son
An out.ng to Matheson s Ham-
wa, given for the fourth
, 0f the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Sunday school April 6
reward for the best attend-
the past two months.
The following children are
members oi th prizewinning
class: David Demblmg, e harles
Glicksberg, Nita Maye Gorn,
sehey, Herbert Kaplan.
: Lehrman, Carole Newman.
., palay, Madeline H
s hiller, Eleanor Tai-
md Paula Weiner.
Doris Drexler accompan-
I i pupils nn theii outing,
which wj ma l> | : '' tne
Sisterl I nd Samuel
in <>'" the Cen-
ter.
Laurence Kaufman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving M. Kaufman of
the Ger hotel, will become Bar
Mitzva during services at Beth
255^^5512, J
Jacob at 9 am c. T"*5
Moses Mescheloff^St^
Bar MiUva boy Jad*|
Mr. am" m
hoW a receSSnftjL
honor at Lilly's rel,1
day. lcsiaurant j
MIAMI SERVICE &
APPLIANCE, INC.
ATLANTIC REFINING CO.
'DUCTS
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
668 N. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 2-9189
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VOTE FOR
GLENN t
MINCER
CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
ATTORNEY
May 7, 1946
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ABILITY AND EXPERIENCE
COUNT
*^^^^^^^^*
f'litical A*,
HEAR
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
CANDIDATE FOR
U. S. SENATE
AT
BAYFRONT PARK
MIAMI
Saturday, April 13
8:00 P. M.
Former Governor Jurist Grower
Political Adv l v Pi \t
IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH. THESE VETERANS SPEAK ..
In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this
war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regard to
service men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL
RECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration.
CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave
the enlisted personnel of the armed forces $50 a month.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents of
men and women in the armed forces.
PAT CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and infant care for the
wives and babies of enlisted men.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men
and women to carry them through the period of readjustment following the
end of the war.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for the administration bill giving men and
women of the armed forces the right to vote.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for the American Legion's GI Bill of Righto.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which increased monthly pensions
to disabled veterans and to widows and children.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for increased pensions for World War
veterans.
... ALSO ... .
PAT CANNON was an ardent advocate for free postage for men and women
of the armed forces.
PAT CANNON authored a bill in the House giving enlisted personnel same
terminal leave pay that officers enjoy.
PAT CANNON has investigated and processed over 500 individual veterans'
cases with the Veterans Administrrti.cn. aid obtained either parial or c:m-
lete relief in 63 % of those cases. Dozens of similar cases are now pending
and now ones are instituted almost daily.
WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON
I'd. I'
Adv.
In spite of the shortages in machinery, materials and
manpower, we're gradually meeting our customers demands
for more and better service.
For instance, our 24 million dollar construction
program is now well underway. It includes three new
generating plants on the inter-connected system, as well as
new wirim; and new
neit;hb. ... | sub-
stations in localities
where needed most.
We want you to havt
an extra measure of >v
that well-known brand of Sunshine Service. We re on the
way! We'll reach you as soon as we can. And thanks for
the opportunity of serving you.
FLORIDA PflflEfiliiCHT IOMPAW
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^^sSederim Sunday Will
lature Model Passover Services
of Greater Miami will jump the gun on Passover
iahra(e the Festival of Freedom with their own
+Jewisti HcrldHan
bhildren
they
celebrate the Festival
""this weekend. Although the holiday does not begin
G wn Monday, religious schools have scheduled chil-
Vderim for Sunday morning. ._....
ial Passover broadcast, written by Rabbi Leon Kro-
r She presented by the children of the Little Theatre group
L] Beth Sholom religious school over Station WKAT at
FP Sunday. The musical portion of the program will be
\a by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, accompanied by Hy
8t the organ. The annual schoois wiu hoid thejr mooei
PAGE NINE
UNVEILING
Z, seder of the Temple
, pven at 10 a.m. Sunday.
' r Goose Passover skit
, enacted by kindergarten
of Beth Jacob at the
ndSunday school students'
[Seder at 10:30 a.m. Sun-
1 -Jis Talmud Torah build-
[ pantomime or the life of
[will be given by one of
Lei classes.
leth David, the annual stu-
| Seder will take place at
Sunday. Passover edi-
i being prepared by the
.3d under the chairman-
J Mrs. L. J. Hartz.
L-J Zalis has been chosen
E Die proceed inns at the
Jewish Orthodox Congre-
l model Seder, to be held
[Schaarei Zedek Talmud
The program will include
dash, sung by Sheldon
J the four questions, by
ISklansky: the answers in
I, by Irwin Swichkow; the
(aracter types, by Herbert
pvel answer to the four
will be presented by
Miller. Group singing
[led by the Rev. Maurice
and the new school
prill entertain, under the
i of Joseph Malek. Re-
nts will be served by the
i Saul B. Appelbaum and
Ifc/f. Kaplan will conduct
Id Seder to be held by
[Israel in Kaplan hall at
TBunday. Members of the
|c!asses will ask the four
I and participate in the
|e Miami Beach Jewish
children of the religious
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ice $2.50
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i. N. Y.
Seder at 10 a.m. in the Center's
hall which will be especially deco-
rated with flowers and candles
for the occasion. The service will
be conducted by outstanding pu-
pils of the srhool and the junior
choir will chant the traditional
prayers and songs of the festival.
This Seder is made possible by
the Center Sisterhood. Mrs. Ar-
thur Klein, chairman of the Sun-
day school committee, will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Ray Lieberman,
Mrs. Maiie Balaban, Mrs. Esther
Spitzer, Mrs. Jennie Mills, Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Daniel
Cromer will take place 2 p.m.
Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
Gordon Monument company is in
charge of arrangements. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present.
A monument to the memory of
the late Kalman Kovacs will be
dedicated by his wife, Gizella,
and his children at 3 p.m. Sun-
day at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Cantor
Emanuel Barkan will officiate.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
K .h. ,he story of an
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Passover Knowledge
Miami Beach Center Sisterhood
members will test their knowl-
edge of Passover when they par-
ticipate in a special holiday quiz
program 8 p.m. Wednesday eve-
ning at the Center.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program
chairman, will be mistress of
ceremonies. Prizes will be offered
to the winners.
An extra highlight of the pro-
gram will be presented by Dr.
Benjamin Coleman, who will play
the musical saw.
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RE-ELECTS MRS. MILLER
Mrs. Irving Miller was re-
elected to the presidency of the
Greater Miami chapter, National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver at a meeting last week.
She and the other officers will be
installed at a luncheon May 7 at
the President Madison hotel.
Elected with Mrs. Miller were
Mrs. Sam Kirstein, first vice
president; Mrs. Irving Becker,
second vice president; Mrs. Sam
Leschel, third vice president.
Mrs. Benjamin Bloom, financial
secretary; Mrs. Larry Siegel, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Charles
Burns, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. >Sam Luby, treasurer, and
Mrs. Gisela Newlander, auditor.
Honorary officers are Mrs. Ben-
jamin Hertz and Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, honorary presidents;
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, honorary
vice president.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were the Mesdames Jerry
Alexander, Dave Beyer, George
Feller, Johnny Feller, Melvin
Crane, Alfred Greenwald, Martin
Strelitz, Alec Suberman, Rose
Goodiss, Lee Goodiss, A. Pollock,
Herman Wronker, Joseph Rawl-
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Herman Pearl, Albert Dubler,
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Mr. Gurifc *a. WUed KtuniMilo Potand ^^^
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wmptions and lowering the
. on the lower brackets was
ated by Ux Green, candi-
date for the U.S. Senate, in a
spec h this week.
thi I! >use ol Rep-
resentatives for 20 years, Green
is the only Senatorial candidate
vi expe lence m Con-
fess
' in Ins platform he favors re-
tention of all bases and military
establishments acquired d
the war which arc- neces-
sary ; i America's fi I ire security
nd Navy.
G een also supports mainte-
f thi armed forces by vol-
untary enlistment and safeguard-
ing of atomic energy, jet and
rocket warfare secrets until our
future is secure.
FRIDAY, APRIL
DRAMATIST DIES
NEW YORK (WNS)-Leon
Kobrin, Yiddish dramatist, novel-
ist and journalist, died here this
week at the age of 73.
Born in Vitebsk. Russia, Kobrin
began to write in Russian at the
Bg, llt 15 After coming to the
United States in 1892, he began
to write in Yiddish. His first
work in Yiddish was a transla-
te from the Russian which ap-
peared in the "Freie Arbeiter
Shtimme" in 1893. He wrote his
first Yiddish story, "The Love
Crime." in 1894.
At the time of his death he was
on the staff of the Mornin,
heit. where his menW1
Fifty Years in America"
being serialized. Prior to h"
sociation with the Mornin,
heit he was on the staff T
"The Day" for 25 years.
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PAGE ELEVEN
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE------------------------
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
dy the reports of the expulsions
of the Germans from the East,
you will find that they speak
only of children, mothers and old
and sick people. Where are the
husbands, the young boys and
girls? They are held back as slave
lTv THE POOH GERMANS. .
&s,n,onnoneyarebe.ng
So^e help. P^ and soft
^ nt tor the Germs. In
te3tm- r- widc-*ope effort
rr h 1 and ink is expended
fclvtheR--nand/t0liSh
LKation of occupied terri-
KTSal Europe. Th.s
verysc nous
this propagan-
l Mints the poor Germans as
Lfmof a ruthless reprise. .
forget ?ht Germany is on
' ,,,, not mention tho
on Jewish victims of Na7-
Lai.
b millio
Irocity-
Ibinceton theological
IEMINARY. .
The Princeton Theological sem-
Jrv is permitting itself to be
Id in this pro-Nazi propagan-
- We know it because we
Eve'jeer U evidence. .Otto
{ Piper. Th.D., D.D.. Professor
LNew Testament Literature and
Lgesis at Princeton, is sending
,u, thousands of letters on
kinceton university stationery.
The envelopes used are blank,
L mark of identification. .
Every Christian ordained minis-
ter in the Greater New York area
Jus been receiving Dr. Pipers
strange epistles. .
|pOOR GERMANS .
Writes Dr. Piper: "We be-
-Jieve in inalienable rights impart -
|ed to every human being by his
Icreator and ..inch friend and foe
have to respect if they in turn
Iwant to be worthy of the respect
lof mankind. But the Germans liv-
ling east of the Oder and Neisse
IRivers and in the Sudetenland
(are denied all basic human rights.
|a policy of deliberate starvation
is applied against them to force
them either to emigrate volun-
tarily or to exterminate them. All
the horrors that Hitler's concen-
tration camps revealed to the Al-
lied armies can now be found
everywhere in Eastern Europe
where Germans live.
"The picture that Life maga-
zine (Jan 7, 1946) published of
four German women and three
children, the only survivors of a
group of 150 who set out from
Lodz, Poland to Berlin, was term-
ed by a high official of the State
department as being mild in com-
parison with the gruesome condi-
tions under which these people
have been placed.
"The Germans still living in the
East and in Czechoslovakia enjoy '
no legal protection; everybody
has a right to harm and kill them
with impunity, They arc impris-
oned, tortured, maimed and killed
by authorities "without trial or
any due process of law" and they
are not allowed to have "the as-
sistance of a counsel for their de-
fense." Their doctors and nurses
and midwives have to work on
the farms and in the mines, and
no Polish and Czech doctor or
nurse or midwife has a right to
help them when they are in need.
I am not speaking of isolated
cases. It is the law of those coun-
tries by which millions are de-
prived of their inalienable rights.
We also hold that slavery is in-
compatible with the dignity of
man and that involuntary servi-
tude shall be inflicted upon a
person only as a punishment for
a crime whereof the party shall
have been duly convicted. But
when you take the trouble to stu-
guls. They are held back as slave j big words even whon they pro.
workers for the Russians, Poles, ceed from thc mouths of the lead-
ana L.zecl\S. jng statcsmen- are no substitute
"Nobody denies that the Ger- j for ethical action,
mans should be compelled to help
in the rebuilding of these parts
the USA the strongest nation of
the world may keep us out of
trouble lor some while but it will
not securt peace in the rest of the
world. True we hear a lot of
talk about moral principles, but
of Europe which they wantonly
destroyed. But they are not held
for this purpose in Czechoslo-
vakia or Western Poland. They
are used as cheap laborers on
farms and in mines and factories
just as the slave workers whom
the Germans employed, and for
whose deportation and enslave-
ment the Nazis have now to give
account in Nuremberg."
mitted in Eastern Europe. ."
INCREDIBLE BUT TRUE. .
Well, Dr. Piper Has it oc-
curred to you, that millions of
Jews are roaming the high and
bye ways of Europe. starving,
and without homes. Dr Piper!
. What are you trying to do?
... Do you mean that we should
take up arms against the Russians
"If the moral conscience of this and Poles in defense of thc poor
country docs not become vocal ; Germans? Have you spoken
and public opinion does not rise 'personally to our returning GIs.
in protest against the inhumanity Have you heard their en-
in Eastern Europe, UNO is doom- thusiasm about the beautiful
ed as a house built upon shift-j clear-skinned Frauleins, so chic
ing sand. If anything, justice and and charming in their furs and
morality certainly are indivisible, jewels? Even the non-frater-
"May I suggest that you ask nizing GI will tell you how heal-
the editor of your newspaper and I thy and strong the Herrenvolk
your favorite magazine, but are. He will describe their
PIPER'S MORAL
INDIGNATION. .
Piper continues: "Our inter-
national prestige is at stake when
we proclaim the lofty principles
of the Moral Law as the charter
I of Nuremberg, but at the same
time condone the damnable deeds
which non-German nations com-
mit against this same law. If we
do not publicly condemn them,
not only the Germans but other
nations, too, will question the
purity of our motives in bringing
the Nazi criminals to trial.
"But there is another and far
more serious consequence that
will result from our acquiescence.
I know of no other way to peace
even tc a shortlived peace
except through the active adher-
ence to moral principles. Making
abouc all your representatives in
Congress, the Secretary of State,
and President Truman if by their
clean, well-furnished homes. .
And where do you think these
provisions come from? Dr,
IIIU i IfAIUl III II ill!..Ml 11 tJJ II.' I' i^.w.----.-------
continued silence they intend to your letter has the wrong mast-
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manity and the moral law com- \ a Swastika. ._______________^^
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Vets' Auxiliary
Names Officers
Officers of the Ladies' auxiliary
to the Freda Markowitz post no.
174, Jewish War Veterans, were
elected and installed Monday eve-
ning at the Miami Y.
Mrs. Gertrude Mark.- was nam-
ed president with the following
slate: Mrs. Lillian Sti warl
ior vice president: Mrs. Evelyn
Storch, junior vice president; Miss
Mary Kaufman, treasurer.
Mrs. Jennie Gerrig, judgi
vocate: Miss Lee Rosenthal,
lain, Mrs. Augusta Birnberg, cor-
responding secrel Mrs. Sue
Kout, recording s< retary; Miss
( trude Gelber. conductress.
Thi Misses Estl i and
Ruth Kratish, wh
were named I
Officei i were install) d bj
Minnie Kline, post president of
th< oi ganization.
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Shapiro.
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Obituaries
SCHNEIDMAN
Hai
tired merchant who came hen I! yean
ngi fi'.n St. Louis, died In -i Iv
rter a i Ive-day illness. I le
lived .o I ".".4 N. W. si\tn *t.
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MYERS *&*"
daughter, Ida O. Schneldman, Miami;
;i Blister and two broth) i -.
Services were held Monday In Gor-
don chapel, with burial in woodlawn
Park,
DAVIS
Joseph M Davis, 93, i-f 1(80 James
nv... ulam Beach, died Thursday. A
retired whisky distiller, he ;is
winter visitor here from Chicago foi
many years. Surviving arc two
daughters, Mrs Grace wedeklnd <>f
Los Angeles, and Mrs. Annette Bp-
pensteln '>f Chicago, and a brother,
Harry, of Minneapolis, Minn. Gordon
Funeral home has sent the body to
Minneapolis.
GREEN
Abraham Green, 61, of 601 N. E.
32nd St.. died at his home Saturday
I .after a brief Illness. A retired Mem-
phis (Tenn.) merchant, he came to
Miami six months ago. He Is sur-
vived by his widow. Mrs. Rose Green.
Miami; two sons. Aaron, also of Mi-
ami, and Sol. of Florence, Ala. The
remains were sent to Memphis for
final services by the Palmer Funeral
home.
LEON KAPLAN
-Applicant
UBtAT&tJfr*
NOTICE
the nu
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3/22-29 4/5-12?18DNEY HAN
in-
the
Dade
NOTICE IS
6 und'TsiB
ness under
^aSSSWAs
engaged in
MIKAI.S nA,;io"^HOpBa,na8mi' n'
Miami Avenue Miami mii,. -N
Intend to register tK'sSi ,,'l*i,i.i"n'1
name In the office of th^riJi "."i.s
Circuit Court of Dade ronerk,of ,he
mVcB^% "^^ r'da-
MICHAEL TASHMAN,
GEORGE CHERTKOFSle Ownor-
Attorney for ADDlicant
3/29 4/5-12-19-26 U'
.\, iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
,;. & ( IUAR
MACHINES al Ml ,,;
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It of th.
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MILTON A PRIEPM \n.
Al rney foi kpl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the ui lersl Ing in el B ige In
del the fictitious name of
M VRTIN ill 652 N ..-..
| eglster said
, n th thi C srk the Circuit
of I '.id.- Count), F rlda
MAX SCHWARTZ,
... i in :;,r
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applli '
a i 5-ii-n
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
lersigned, desiring to engace In
thi flctit ii name i if
FLORIDA BFBINESS SERVICE at
10 N E ie, Mi.i ml, Fla..
regl aid name with the
Clerk of the (circuit Court ol Dade
P
IRVING ELFMAN
PAUL ELFMAN
I 5-12-19-26 5/3
A MAN WITH A PLAN
Under my plan beneficiaries
have received an increase from
present policies of more lhan
twenty-eight per cent without
any additional premium out-
lay. Call or write:
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Suite No. 615, Olympia Bldg.
PHONE 3-0828
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 IIERBUY GIVEN that
the underalg'il. deniring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MKItCANTILE CENTER,
Miami Florida, Intend to register
viid name with ihe Clerk of the Clr-
i ui Courl of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN FELLBR
IIKNN IIUXiM
.1 ;:-': 4 '5-11-11
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In
~ under the fictitious name of
HKACH FOOD CENTER, at 1421
Washington Ave Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
' Florida.
JOSEPH EHRLICH
NATHAN KIIIU.ICH
DAVID BROOKS
;: max GOLDSTEIN,
Attorney for Applicants
t..'.-U-l
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ness under the fictitious name of
1.i:\cil ITHI.IC STENOGRAPHIC
SERVICE, at soti Lincoln Road Bldg.,
Room --' Miami Beach, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
'. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flo Ids ___
CKLIA TRAURKl.
Sole Owner.
i 5-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious naroe of
COMFORT-BASE COUCH COMPANY
8 W KOI Ave.. Miami. Fla.,
Il tends to register said name with
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
SIDNEY HYMAN.
3/22-29 I 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH MIMEOGRAPHING & TYPE-
WRITING SERVICE, at 600 Lincoln
Road Bldg-., Room 22. Miami Beach.
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol Dade County, Florida.
IKI.IA TRACRIO.
Sole Owner.
22-29 4 T.-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOCTHERN LACQUERS & COAT-
INGS CO., at Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
IRA S. LEVY
LOUIS WINTER
3 22-29 4/5-12-19
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SERVING MIAMI BEACH ft MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
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ABE CISENBCRa. Tr,s,ur,r
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CLEM MYERSOM
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ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for A: i.ll.antu
4/5-12-19-26 :, ;; "Ka"'-
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.wH0TIC? ,fl HEREBY
the underslgiied. .l.--irinr to
business under the fictitioM*
JERSEY FOOD CENTBrTb
llns Ave, MJan ReaekTK
to reKiKt.T said tme wilh 1
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mediate delivery.
All Styles of Hebrtw
Lettering and Deiitjni
Phone 4-5922
For an Appointment
3279 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Woodlawn Cemrtif|
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Dii4Jctor
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
.___________MEMORIAL PARKS_______________
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob-M**1
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Erne*
For Further Inlonnortlon Phone) 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-14J*
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
PHONE 9-2664
'SERVING THE JEWISH
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DAY, APRIL 12. 1946
Mmffft fhridiar
. Hadassah Groups to Form
[itral Administrative Board
I izatior of a central board of Greater Miami Hadassah
Organ ess according to Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
r re-elected to the presidency of the Miami Beach chap-
h central board will be made up of representatives of the
and Miami Beach chapters and the Business and Pro-
J Women's division and other Hadassah groups that
'he formed and will serve as the administrative body for
, aioups, Mrs. Goodman said.
Fleeted with Mrs. Goodman by the Beach chapter
Cohen. Mrs. George
pan, Mrs. Murray Gross-
Mis. Joseph Lipton, Mrs.
iWclf, vice presidents; Mrs.
platoff, financial secre-
fjlrs. Saul Appelbaum, as-
. financial si cretary.
' Hjttic Goldstein, execu-
xretary: Mrs. N. Douglas
"recording secretary; Mrs.
Alpert, social secretary;
^Barney Weinkle, treasurer;
V A. Goodman, mailing sec-
were
PAGE THIRTEEN
DR. GRAHAM OPENS
BEACH OFFICE
members ol the board of
tors are the Mesdamea Yolano
jr, Dan Berliner, Leo Chai-
.Geovge Chertkof, George
Iter Cohen, Max Dob-
rothy K. Fink, S. Fried-
fMorris Gettleman, Louis
; Ida Goldberg, J. J. Good-
ster Hart. Louis Heiman,
JlHyman. Iv Kaplan, A.
I Mcses Krieger, Leon Kro-
Qrving Lehrman, Celia Lel-
[Sol Leslie. E. I.esowoder,
Hamlet, Joseph Mazo, Max
, Moses Mescheloff.
the Mesdanus Benjamin
Nathan Newman, A.
Iff, Joseph Pomerance, S.
MRS. ABRAHAM GOODMAN
Prosterman, Matilda Ratner,
Joseph Rose, Rudolph Rothschild,
H. Rubin, Sam Rutter. S. Sapiro,
S. Simonhoff, Milton Sirkin,
Harold Spaet, Alex Van Straaten,
H. Vinson, Carl Weinkle, Joseph
Williamson.
J]>Bl1Mjn *Stt \W **
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoYtky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
After 30 months of active duty
n the Army, Dr. George A. Gra-
ham has returned to private prac-
tice of general dentistry at his
new offices at 817 Washington
ave.
Prior to discharge, Dr. Graham
was post dental surgeon at Ft.
Andrews, harbor defense of Bos-
ton. After graduating from Miami
Senior High school, he received
his bachelor of science degree at
the University of Maryland.
near future, according to an an-
nouncement made this week.
Elected with Mrs. Sorin last
week were Mrs. M. Hauscr, vice
president; Mrs. Lew Kravitz, vice
president; Mrs. A. Berlow, treas-
urer; Mrs Lester Kravetz, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. I. Zuckerman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. J.
Baum, financial secretary; Mrs.
J. Cresnick, auditor, and Mrs. F.
F. Rosenbush, sergeant at arms.
The auxiliary has scheduled its
annual picnic at Greynolds park
for May 5.
that will follow the refreshment
[hour, the final reading and vot-
ing of the by-laws to change the
'annual election will be held. Mrs.
Jack August, president, will ap-
point a nominating committee.
A program is being arranged by
Mrs. Max Shapiro, chairman.
(Hostesses for the afternoon will
,be Mrs. Max Siegel, Mrs. Joe
Siegcl and Mrs. Charles Ludwig.
"
Hollywood Auxiliary
Elects Mrs. Sorin
Mrs. T. J. Sorin will be in-
stalled as president of the Ladies
auxiliary of the Hollywood Jew-
ish Community Center in the
BETH DAVID WOMEN
SET PASSOVER EVENT
Due to the Passover holiday,
the regular April meeting of
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held Thursday afternoon at the
Beth David auditorium. Special
home-made Passover refresh-
ments will be served from 1:30 to
2 p.m.
During the business meeting
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PAGE FOURTEEN
Face Facts
By George Tahanoff
Fla. Regional Director. ADL
eluded oy referring to the^ewto
i.-ninted Inm tnroug"
Their eyes haunuu
out his Near East journey. What
; the dp camps
he had en In th !mebody
land people in the United State*
|t00ne such Hitler props*anda
line, said the SP< bs
the Jews -ant }*\ \yoa
Well." remarked M ow, ^
be turned out en masse to listen jad d
J Ralph McGill. Editor of the | tW*tn"i disturbing the status
Atlanta Constitution, who had t ^ ^
just returned from a six-week ram. The
N ar E.S. trip. Known as the g
Near East trip. Known as th gj^^rt,,, faces, Sinewy
Southern liberal of considerable n
journalistic influence, McGill was wQrn
Commissioned by the Overseas d ,
News Agency to prepares
oltlietectirtworkmttii^.gJJ-J,^
tine situation, m Germany, .n p
Egvpt and the Holy Land. ,k. ,u ,.,.-,
McGill issued a sinister | lory wher.
tag that we must not fall for the served
whining and ingratiating manne andjoenUsts
of the Germans. In &
was struck by th.
people seemed "second -,
he wondered ho>
possibly have succe. led in tn hard toil and
diabolical plan I ... ;, observed in a
. .- foundry This Palestinian foun-
He tly Pou ,d McGill, had "done
Germans are clevi Montgomery's army
propai uda and .v a." McGill con-
--------------------------------------------
Readers desii [**
XT* ~
with the *.DL office, 330 Seybow
bldg.. Miami.______________
CAMP SKYLARK
FOR GIRLS
HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
Enrollments Now Being
Accepted
Call Helen Baker48-4929
or Claire Moonev2-3758
fusion. N t only P
pie of Germany willing Jo b
the oropaganda lies,
McGill, ''
land France and
who fall t sort ol 0
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Robert L. Cherry, D.D.S. j
Havng recently retu-ned from
Military Service*, wishes to j
announce tne reopening of his j
dental office at .
725 duPont Building
Practice Limited To
Extraction of Teeth and
Oral Surgery
ASTOR HOTEL
956 Washington Ave.
American or European Plan
Reasonable Daily or Monthly Rate!
Make Your Reservations
for Passover Early
$8.00 per Day, Room and Board
Three Meals Daily
STRICTLY KOSHER
ask ior
KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
THIS LABEL
Insures Your Health
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Demand Itl

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REGISTER NOW I
Vote May 7
GEORGE A. GRAHAM
D.D.S.
Announces the Opening of
His Office for the Practice c*
GENERAL DENTISTRY
817 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
O'tice Hours:
:0O to 5:00
By Appointment
Phone
58-3851
THRIFTY!
ONE-A-DAY
Vitamin A and D Tablets
EACH tablet contains 25* moral
than minimum daily require-
ments of these two essential Vi-
tamins. Insufficient Vitamin A may'
cause night blindness, may lessen,
resistnnrr to infection of the nose,
throat, eyes, ears and sinuses.
Vitamin D is necessary to enable
the body to make use of the calcium
and phosphorus in our food.
Insure your minimum requirements
of these two important Vitamins, by
taking ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A
and D Tablet every day.
Economical5 month.
Convenientyou take only on
tablet a day. .
Pleasantchildren actually uka
the taste and so will you.
IMPORTANTwhen buying Vita-
mins, compare potencies and P***
MX thesa at your drug stora.

ELECT
GEORGE SMATHERS
Your Congressman
Former Assistant U. S. Dis-
trict Attorney and Special
Assistant to U. S. Attorney
General
ABLE PROGRESSIVE
I'll Poll'lcal Adv.
DELICIOUS SALAMI
WETNERS
CORNED BEEF
PASTRAMI
Kosher Zion
Sausage Co.
CHICAGO
If You Are in Need of Kosher
Zion ProductsCall
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Operated by
Pearl Bros.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
1725 N. W. 7th Avenu
PHONE 2-6141
FRIDAY,
Elect
FRANK 0. SPAIN
State Attorney
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(Dade and Monroe Counties)
A VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I and II
Fearless, Honest and Impartial Prosecution of Crime
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7. 1946
-imsn^^ P<* Political Ad
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
The Passover Sadarim will be observed on wv
day and Tuesday evenings. The gathering ol chaS
will take placa Sunday evening. Chomeix Uht
burned al 10 a.m. Monday and no chomst. tt,,J
eaten after 9:30 a.m. Monday.
m*T bal
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., MkJ
Rabbi Appelbaum will preach on "His G:eJ
Increaseth" (a sermon on the iirst 'nniversary ^T
death of Franklin D. Roosevelt) at late Friday
services. 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Benjamin 1. andau, Mrs L
V Simons and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer will be,
men of the reception in Kaplan hall following tbi
vices. They will be assisted by the Mesdames la-
Solomon. Dorothy Schaffer. Norman Brown, Loujl
fine and Max Stein. Mrs. Harold R. Spaet will lJ
candles and say the blessing. Saturday mornin?
vices. 11 a.m.
Passover services at 6 p.m. Monday and 11
Tuesday. Congregation Seder, 6:3C p.m. Monday in
Ian hall.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 R
Third Ave.. Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. I
Conservative
Services Friday evening at 6:30. This SabU
known as the "Great Sabbath" preceding Passover.l
Shapiro will discuss "Our Approach to Peace." Ms
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gulk:-. and Marvin,)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, will become Bit F"
9:30 a.m. Saturday
Passover will be ushered in Monday evening |
set. The congregational Seder will take place it
auditorium the same evening at 7:30. Rabbi Shapr
Cantor Friedman will conduct the services Tuesd
Wednesday mornings at 8:30. The central theme I
cussion will be "Is It Different Today? Passoveti
services Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at HML
students attending these services will be excused|
school.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGB
TION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 6:15 p.m. Saturday
vices. 9 o'clock. Rabbi Grauer w>ll deliver i W
"Pilpul" in honor of the "Great Sabbath, to-
will be composed of a Halachic discourse J"
interpretations. Shalos Sudos. 5:4 p*.1
group. 4 p.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast. 8:301 a.m.1
Monday morning. 8 a.m "Swum B chor. I
completion of a tractate of tne Tahnudj
males. Passover services, Monday and Tuetfaj\j
Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Freedom Me.nl. P
hood" at services at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and on
Leaven," 9 a.m. Wednesday.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox (
Friday evening services 6:15 pm- Adult'
morning services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi M^cheM
on "Shabbos Hagodol." The Bar M it a a of uu
of Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaufman, will bo elebra
mediate services for adolescents. 9 a.J
gallon for boys and girls of elemcr>< > ch0,
a.m. Bible study. 4 p.m., under tin. .'^n'P
Friedman. A "P.lpul." traditional aiaWj
over theme, will be delivered by Rabbi mam
p.m. The public is invited niniptionoft
A "Siyum B'chor." traditional completion o
of a Talmudic tract, will be observed by ^
a.m. Monday. Passover services M.-iday8,
6:15 p.m.: Tuesday and Wedne^v. 8jKP^ I
Mescheloff will preach at the morning seni
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER l did Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAK
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAn
Conwrvative _
Rabbi Lehrman will close the l9^- ^
Friday evening services this even-nr; .u o. <
sermon entitled "Noblesse Oblige, .tu ^
Leadership in Creating Tomorrow on ^
the installation of the recently clw ed c^
ficers. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss ini g iff
Of the Law" at Saturday morninj.sei \ ce^
congregation 10 a.m. The Bar 1 01
Mrs. Mary Greenberg. will be cclibrawa ,
Passover services, 6:30 p.m. Monwl .
a.m. Ti-esdav and Wednesday. Congreu
7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase A*|
St.. Miami Beach Btual\
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUt*
Libal
? hp death L
On the first anniversary ot xn Kroni^
President Franklin D. **&&,.Memory1
liver a sermon in tribute to FDKsn,
evening services. 8:15 p.m. Sabbn
Hagodol), 10:45 a.m. .The Bar Mttz* w
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seidler wiU be .e
Passover services. 6:30 p.m. *?g
Tuesday. Congregational Seder. __
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APRIL
12, 1946
+Jewlstirhrl PAGE FIFTEEN
feS an *
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K** -nty develop-
Lpam to be voted on May
Cm Miller, chairman of
L Committee to get out
fhas announced.
K advised of the plans
I. :tal bv Harold U.
ISKaSland Skinner,
Ko outhned the pro-
Fl^'cievelopment
Kut S2.000.000 for
Memorial hospital, un-
agreement between _MI-
^Dade county author-
Lreunder ownership ot
Lnon will be vested in
[immediate program, in
i0 construction of a new
Lped building with 200
new beds added to the hospital's
capacity, calls for reconstruction
in the north and south wings of
the old building on N. W. 10th
ave. to provide a hospital for
colored.
"This part of the program will
provide 100 beds for colored, with
plans for an addition in the near
future to provide an additional
100 beds. The revamped building
will be a complete colored hospi-
tal, with colored surgery and out-
patient attendants and treatment.
"The Woodward building will
be remodeled to house a regular
outpatient department and to pro-
vide 143 beds for neuro-psyco-
pathic cases, an extremely im-
portant provision in view of the
anticipated requirements to meet
the needs of returning veterans.
"The new, five-storied Pa-
vilion now being completed will
have 180 beds assigned to gen-
eral medical and pediatric wards,
and a number of one and two-bed
individual rooms.
"The bulk of the expenditure
will go into the new T-shaped
building, which will house labor-
atories, X-ray rooms, operating
and delivery rooms, kitchens,
general storage facilities and
laundry."
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Organization of the Lake Worth
Hebrew Benevolent and Social
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San Antonio, Texas.
Winter visitors who left for the
North this week include Mr. and
Mrs. D. Zion, Long Island, and J.
Rheingold, Ellenville, N. Y.
mony to be performed by Dr. Carl
N. Herman.
A reception at Whitehall at 6
p.m. will be followed by a dinner
in the main ballroom and a dance
later in the Jardin Royal.
Bridesmaids will be Miss Diana
Dubbin of Miami, cousin of the
brides, and the Misses Hannah
Blumberg and Shirley Barish.
Mr. Fried'* best man will be his
brother, Raymond Fried, New
York, and Mr. Bubis' best man
will be hi? brother, Reynolds Bu-
bis, Nashville. Ushers will be
Sidney and Herbert Dubbin,
brothers of the brides.
speaker at the Friday night ser-
vices at Congregation Beth El.
Bar Mitzva of Jackie Shocoff
was held last Saturday morning
at Temple Beth El. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sho-
coff, 730 New Jersey st.
Mr. and Mrs.
Long Island, are visiting her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Solowitz, 636 Datura st.
Capt. Barney Blicher Is now in
the city on terminal leave after
39 months of service with the
Army dertal corps. Mrs. Blicher
has made her home here while
her husband was in the service.
Jack Solowitz, Dr. Blither plans to resume his
practice here.
A tea for newly elected officers
of the B"nai B'rith Stars was held
March 31 at Scher Memorial hall.
Those installed were Lillian Metz,
president; Faye Canter, vice
president; Carol Grobman, secre-
tary; Hannah Blumberg, treas-
urer; Nettie Dubbin, counsellor;
Mrs. Jack Kapner, advisor, and
Joe Lesser, co-advisor.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein read
the invocation and benediction.
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, direc-
tor of B'nai B'rith girls' work in
District 5, installed the officers.
Honor guests were presented
with corsages. The buffet table
was decorated by Thelma Sch-
wack, Eleanor Rottman and Ethel
Klein in the motif of spring pas-
tels. Guests included mothers
and representatives of the Aqua-
whites, B'nai B'rith Girls and
AZA.
Lt. Herbert Kerman, Navy
medical corps, is visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kerman,
717 Biscayne dr. His wife is
here with him.
The double wedding of the
Misses Dorothy and Annette Dub-
bin will be held at Temple Israel
at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. The brides-
elect are the daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Dubbin, 216 Valencia
rd.
Miss Dorothy Dubbin will be-
come the bride of Samuel J.
Bubis of Nashville, Tenn., and
her sistei will be married to Mel-
vin Fried, New York, in a cere-
Mrs. Lee Moss and Miss Anita
Reiter were inducted as new
members of the B'nai B'rith Stars
at the home of Faye Canter
Thursday night. Plans were
formulated for gala post-Passover
festivities. Consul was given by
Mrs. J. Kapner on orientation of [cording
the organization's constitution.
Mrs. Robert Horowitz, of New
York, member of the board of the
National Women's league, was
guest speaker at the recent in-
stallation luncheon of the Beth El
Sisterhood. Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein installed the following of-
ficers:
Mrs. Irving Kapner, president;
Mrs. Ira May, Mrs. Dezo Julius,
Mrs. Chyrles Ramus, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Lou Auerbach, re-
secretary; Mrs. Harry
jGoodmark. corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Joe Freidman, financial
Mrs. Ethel Waldman and sons, 'f "etary; Mrs. Nathan Schocoff,
Allen and David, left Wednesday !trea!
for their home in Worcester,
Mass., after vacationing here for
two months. Mrs. Waldman is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheir, 726 Flamingo dr.
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spending the winter at Delray
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Harry Herbert, Mrs. Ben Ryder,
Mrs. Morris Dickson and Mrs.
Jack Kapner, trustees.
President of the Sisterhood for
the past six years, Mrs. Ryder was
presented a gift and a pin emblem
of the National Women's league
in appreciation for her services.
LFA
B. H. Gault, principal of the
junior high school, was guest
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Jenlsfflcrldton
raiDAY, April
Conference Urges Greater Vigor
In Denazification Program
NEW YORK, April 9.Contending that past denazification
procedures have failed to accomplish their objectives, the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference today urged that denazification in the (
American zone in Germany be prosecuted with increased vigor, |
in communications to Secretary of State James F. Byrnes and
Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson.
The charge was based on the killing of Samuel Dontziger,
37-year-old survivor of the Oswiecim concentration camp who
was shot on March 29 by German police in a mass raid on the
Stuttgart displaced persons settlement. Three other Jews
wounded and 2fi were arrested. 0
Henry Monsky of Omaha. Children Entertained
Nebr., chairman of the interim
committee of tiie conference, de-
clared that the incident "com-
%urRfcO CROSS
must carry on!,.
JL Ht
A twist on
promised the fair name of the fay T, (! N
United States and the democratic ~. .,-,,
principles for which we. nment of
Americans, fought in World Wai ., ,:
Your lied Cross rnitcJu-s over
the comforts of hospitalized vet-
trans and service people every-
where. Help put its Fund Cam-
paign ,er.
ARTIST EXHIBITS
ii.
"'That German polite were pu--
mitted to raid a Jewish camp, in
the company of Americai .
tary personnel. giv.
the Nazi underground, whose ex-1 m ..
istenee AMG admits, and ci ,,,, ,,___
I mid other-
tainlydo,
democratic prim Mt
civilian popul Germany. ,
' nizations and
Such an act .....
grams
America:. lion t ,.
, ntact Mr.
are conl.nuah .
. S<. n ents for
'rid., trinat .. .
with : : th H bb>-
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of the I" it.;, .
recognized by
n as a foiim
Oswiecim. is evei
For it ii that G
used in ; ork hav< not
been thoroughly
said.
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Mr. M :.
as one of the c mfi
hairmen. The inti
mittee, in deciding upoi .
chairman: to
the increasing sense
among conft renci
William Earl Singer, renown-
tist- is now exhibiting a
Death of Fred Jacobs
Confirmed By War Dept.
Confirmation of the death of
Sgt. Frederick W. Jacobs was
received by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Lee Jacobs, 1967 S.W.
Eighth s*., in a letter from the
War department last week.
Reported missing in action
March 24, 1945, Fred was killed
when his plane crashed in flames
over Germany. The sole survivor
confirmed the death of his crew-
mates when he was rescued from
a Germany prison camp.
The young sergeant entered
AAF training shortly after he
was graduated from Miami Sen-
ior High school. He completed
aerial navigation and gunnery
schools before leaving for over-
seas duty in November, 1944.
He was up for promotion to
master sergeant a^T,
cer candidate school ^L
In addition to hi,
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
E
A f xw
EAST OF PASSOVER, Feast of Freedom, Thou Testimony of
God's infinite love, and His wise providence-----1 salute thee
before my Maker!
Let my heart be filled with festive gladness, and my
soul enjoy Heaven's loving-kindness, that my spirit fully com-
prehend the holy signification of this feast of redemption; that
my soul soar aloft on the pinions of sacred devotion to the
Eternal Redeemer of Israel who called the seed of Jacob to
be his chosen people, saved it from degrading and oppres-
sive slavery and guided it with paternal love from night to
light, from servitude to freedom, and said to Israel: "Thou
art my people." Oh that I may fully understand and feel
the sacred lessons of this feast to celebrate it according to
the will of Him who appointed it and became worthy of this
blessing that I may utter praise, thanksgiving and adoration
before my God and Redeemer, for ever and aye. Amen.
Continued

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Pesach, or Passover, is first in the calendar of
Jewish festivals. It is considered by many as the
greatest of Jewish festivals. For over two thousand
years, it has been more than a holiday: it has been
THE holiday, the festival of redemption.
In addition, Pesach is the oldest of Jewish fes-
tivals, dating back to the most ancient of times, in
the days when the Jews were still nomadic shep-
herds in the wilderness.
Pesach is the spring festival. It begins on the
eve of the fourteenth day of the month of Nisan
(this year at sundown on April 15). Originally a
seven-day festival, it is so observed today in Pales-
tine and among Reform Jews, with only the first
and seventh days as days of rest. Due, however,
to the unsettled state of the Jewish calendar in
olden times, the festival was extended to last eight
days amongst Jews not resident in Palestine.
Pesach was originally a nature festival, an
observance of the coming of spring. Jews observed
a spring festival long before the deliverance from
Egypt. As time went on, Pesach became an historic
and national holiday, the festival of the deliverance
from Egypt, and it thus assumed a newer and
higher meaning.
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PAGE NINETEEN
Irqwrng Jfor fmelt
W DAYS SHALL THERE BE NO LEAVEN FOUND IN YOUR HOUSES-
DR WHOSOEVER EATETH THAT WHICH IS LEAVENED, EVEN THAT SOUL
fE^^.T^^^^1 P* CONGREGATION OF ISRAEL. WHETHER HE
BE A STRANGER. OR BORN IN THE LAND."- When the Israelites fled from
pt, they had no facilities to
Ice leavened bread. As a re-
nder of those ancient days,
he custom of eating unlear-
ned foodstuffs is obserred dur-
iq Pesach.
I Before the Feast, the house-
life clears the house of chometz
Everything fermented from any
ads of grain; leavened foods).
I the master of the house must
jnvince himself personally
there is no chometz in his
ession.
I On the eve before the first
der, he searches in every
Dm, sweeping the traces of
ometz into an old wooden
on with the feathers of a
i. He pronounces the ben-

ediction while his wife directs
him by candlelight to the spots
where she has planted bits of
bread. When all the chometz
is gathered, the father wraps it.
the spoon and the feathers into
a cloth which is burned on the
following day.
The Torah also prohibits the
possession of chometz during
the holiday and the use of
chometz, belonging to a Jew,
which is left over from before
Pesach. However, it is permis-
sable to use left-over chometz
belonging to a non-Jew. So the
legal fiction is arranged where-
by the master of the house
"sells" all his chometz to a non-
Jew with the rabbi acting as an
agent.
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The house will be spotless. The good smells of Yomtovdlc
foods will fill every room. And the special Sederdish will con-
tain the symbolic foods of Petxxch which the master of
will point out and explain during the reading 0f th 1
MATZOS: In the three divisions of the
Sederdish are three matzos, repre-
senting the three kinds of Jews:
Kohen, Levi and Yisroelpriest,
Levite and Israelite. During the
Seder, the upper and lower matzos
are eaten and one part of the mid-
dle matzo is hidden.
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MAUROR: The bitter herbs are eaten
as a reminder of the sufferings of
the Jews at the hands of the
Egyptians who imposed upon them
and made their lives bitter with
hard labor.
ZERO AH: The roasted meat bone is
a symbol of the Paschal lamb
which the lews sacrificed on the
eve of Pesach during the days of
the Temple. For the Lord passed over the houses of the J
Israel in Egypt and He spared their houses when He smote the I
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divided after the meal. Each
member of the family eats a bit
of this afikoman which is the last
food he may eat until the next
morning. In the days of the Tem-
ple it was forbidden to eat any-
thing, dessert or sweets, after the
eating of the Paschal. Later, when
the Temple was destroyed and the
sacrifice no longer offered, it became the custom to end the meal with a piece
of matzo. The custom of one of the children trying to steal the afikoman for
ransom was probably begun as a means of enlivening the closing parts of the
Seder. r
CHAROSES: Is a mixture d
cinnamon, apples and win.
a reminder of the day thtj
were given to make the I
mortar to build the pakxsj
temples that Pharaoh
KARPAS: Parsley, celery and!
dipped in salt water, and thskj
herbs, dipped in the cha
relishes that were used at I
meals in olden days.
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
% Svmijola f Jesarff
.ring the Seder, every par-
is obliged to drink tour
0f wine. On drinking the
. one leans to the left. a it
[the custom in ancient timee
free noblemen who used
D6 on couches in a leaning
Ion. Today it is a symbol
^om and independence,
jthe master of the "house.
" of the holiday, reclines upon m -throne of pillows
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HAGGADA: which means "telling" is
the book containing the story of
Pesach, which is read during the
Seder because of the Biblical com-
mand: "And thou shalt tell thy son
in that day, saying: it is because
of that which the Lord did for me
when I came forth out of Egypt"
A major portion of the Haggada is
concerned with the answering of
uestions, which the youngest son addresses to his father:
efore is this night distinguished1 from all other nights? On all other
may eat either leavened or unleavened bread, but on this night
avened bread,
other nights we may eat any species of herbs, but on this night
herbs.
other nights we do not dip even once, but on this night twice.
I other nights we eat and drink either sitting or leaning, but on
| we all lean."
THE FIRST CUP of wine follows the
kiddush, as on other festive days
and the Sabbath. The second cup
is taken at the end of the first part
of the Seder. The third cup follows
the grace after the meal. The
fourth is drunk at the conclusion
of the second part of the Seder.
The number four is meaningful be-
cause God, when sending Moses
5?SIiver-iUle !iebrews' made ue f 'our different verbs, all of which
signuy redemption.
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ELIJAH'S CUP: A separate wine cup
is filled and placed in the center
of the table for the great prophet
Because of his role in Jewish his-
tory as the champion of righteous-
ness, Elijah became the hero of
many legends. It is thought that
he will appear as the messenger
bearing good tidings, word of the
coming of the Messiah, who will
usher in peace and bring salvation to Israel and all mankind. When the
Seder is almost over, the door is opened so that the prophet may enter and
join the family in the observance of Pesach. The children are wide-eyed,
watching to see whether Elijah will drain his cup.
BAYTSAU: The roasted egg is a token of the festival offering that was used
by our people on the eve of the holiday during the existence of the Temple in
Jerusalem. It is also a symbol of mourning, and commemorates the destruc-
tion of the holy Temple in Jerusalem; for even in the midst of rejoicing we are
not to forget that age-old sorrow.
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It is time for the first Seder. Everything It in readiness.
And all the family is gathered at the table to observe the least
of Passover. It is appropriate that we sit down together in our
homes to celebrate this night. For it symbolizes the fraternal
bonds that unite our people. Come, let us repeat the words our
people have chanted each year throughout the centuries:
"This is the bread of afflication which our ancestors ate in
the land of Egypt; let all that are hungry enter and eat; and all
who are in want come and celebrate the Passover."
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Many centuries ago, when the Israelites were
only a small tribe of nomads, they wandered into
the land of Egypt on the banks of the Nile. Among
them came Joseph, cruelly sold into slavery by his
brothers, who resented their father's favoritism
toward the lad. In Egypt he was made the slave
of a royal officer. On false charges, he was thrown
into prison, but was pardoned after correctly inter-
preting the king's dreams as referring to a coming
famine. Joseph was appointed chief official of the
kingdom and overcame the peril of impending
hunger by storing grain in the royal storehouses.
Years later, when the famine spread to the
land of Canaan, Joseph's brothers came to Egypt
to purchase food. He recognized them and for-
gave them. Soon he brought his whole family to
his adopted country. Through Joseph's services to
the king, the Israelites gained great favor and
prospered.
But as the years passed Joseph grew old and
died and another Pharaoh came to rule Egypt. By
this time the Egyptians had forgotten entirely all
that the wise Joseph had done for them, and they
began to hate the Children of Israel and were
jealous of their good fortune and tranquility.
"Behold," said they, "the Israelites are greater in
number and stronger than we."
Thereafter the Egyptians treated the Israelites
very cruelly, forcing them to build great pyramids
and walls and oppressing them in many other
ways as well. For hundreds of years the Children
of Israel toiled in the burning Egyptian sun. Yet
the greater the hardships imposed on them by the
Egyptians, the more the Israelites multiplied and
the stronger and stronger they grew. But they
needed a great man to lead them to freedom.
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5$ S. W. Flrtl 8tri
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950 N. W. 73rd Street
HOLLOPETER 4 POST. Inc.
REAL ESTATE
151 K. E. 3rd JtN*
Phone 3-7571
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1216 N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 7-9691
Brakes A Specialty
Phone 3-7015
HARRISON'S GARAGE
Factory Specialists On
BUICK and HUPMOBILES
Body. Fenders and Paintina
Tops and Seat Covers
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IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET
METAL WORKS, Inc.
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Phone 2-1133
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Friendly Service Station
Sunoco Products
Lubrication Specialists
1900 S. W. 81h St.
Phone 2-9656
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REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-2773
THE LUDMAN CORP,
Phone 3-5491
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MIAMI FLORAL COMPANY
FLOWERS
FOR ALL OCCASION8
111 S. W. 5th Avenue
Phone 2-6823
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
166 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-2270
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fox
of the
6th STREET MARKET
466 S. W. 6th St. Ph. 2-8960
Mrs. A. M. Jefferson
SURFSIDE BARBECUE
7305 Collins Ave.
NORTH BAY BOAT CO.
471 N. E. 79th Street
_________Phone 7-9599_________
MDLROSE MARKET
The Finest the Markets
Affords At Reasonable
Prices
_______1709 Coral Way________
MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY
CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Ave.
BILL'S SHELL SERVICE
6471 N. W. 7th Ave.
DUNN'S BOAT YARD &
DRY DOCKS
3239 N. W. S. River Drive
ROYAL BAKING CO.
601 N. W. 7th Street
_________Phone 2-3330_________
RICHTER'S "
JEWELRY CO. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
Phone 3-2197
SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street______
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Wholesale and Retail
EGGS FRESH DAILY
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-Jenlstflerldtor
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(The "Princess 'Bwatotx* iMnscs .


It happened that a sorcerer of Pharaoh's court
foretold that an Israelite child would be born who
would one day overthrow the
and free all the Israelites. The
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Phone 2-1751
TH.S MESSAGE OE PASSOVER ,S PUBLISHED THBOUGH THE COURTESY OE
EASTVIEW CONVALESCENT
HOME
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE
A. Caicj Eugene Beeeher
... .. N- Spiegelman
1260 W. W 22nd St. Phone 3-6391
ALPERrS RESTAURANT"
_ 6 Ocean Drive
FEATURING FINE FOODS
Phone 5-9456
.1
E. DIAMOND & SON
513 N. Miami Are. Ph 2-6247
HERBERT DIAMOND & CO
1121 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2735
Manufacturers of
Tropical and Sea Shell Noveltiet
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. lit St.
Phone 2-8669
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
Represented by
... 1. J' VVAINWRIGHT
10 American Bank Bldg.
Phone 2-0646
HOUSER COMPANY, Inc.
II & C;15l"-',y Insurance
FLORIDA BOND and
MORTGAGE COMPANY
U^.Tt^ L:"1nS '"""tment,
HOUSER REALTY CO., Inc
first Trust Building Ph 3-2648
VILLA NOVA
ej5o_comn^c^ni6.1725
DALLETT'S RADIO~
lift Tnd Ser^ice S,alion
CHARLIE'S MARKET VIEW
RESTAURANT
^IJ^mhj^. 2.8936
Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Wa^T
and
SEVEN-ELEVEN CLUB
3825 NFw 5OJ*TRACTOK8
3825^J"^LKERPH. 78-3119
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
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Coral Gables
BIRMY
PHOTO ENGRAVING CO
_____W M. W. 3rd St
kingdom of Egypt
king, believing this
Continued
BISCAYNE
TENT 4 AWNING CO.
245 S. W 6th St.
Phone 3-6248
ncc JUNE DAIRY
J5iJ_CREAMERY BUTTER
SOUTHERN
NURSING SERVICE
Postal Building
ACME SEPTIC TANK"co~
__J*1VLZJth at.:
LOEB & GOTTFRIED-
MEATS
-----------HIALEAH, FLOR|DA
FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE
_____W W. 20th St
IDEAL
UPHOLSTERING SHOPPES
SAVr??ly BAKE shoT~
fiS? E.? GOOs
684 Alton Road
Phone 5-4941
MIAMI BEACH
DWYER'S METAL SHOP
2734 N. W. 2nd Are.
Phone 2-5211
HOTEL and kkst vI'RaNT
SQUIPMBNT KKPAIBS
S. A. FREEL
DISTRIBUTING CO.
3002 N. E. ltl Coast
Phone 2-2141^__-
SCHAAF
PRESERVING CO.. &*
1305 N. W. 22nd St
Phone 2-34^___^
PLAYGROUND PHOTO
STUDIO
111 N E. 2nd At*
Phon 2-81N ______
NATIONAL PROVISION CO
230 K. W. 5th St
OSCAR MAYERS
MAURICE DAUM


L APRIL 12J946_
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PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
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to be true, commanded that every boy born to the
Israelites should be thrown into the Nile River. As
a result, many hundreds of children were drowned
and there was great lamentation among the
Israelites.
One of the Israelites was Amram, a wise man
of the tribe of Levi whose wife, Jocheved, gave birth
to a boy. The frightened parents hid the child, but
at the end of three months they heard that Paraoh's
soldiers were coming to search for new-born babes.
Thereupon, JoGheved wove a basket-like cradle
out of bullrushes and, after filling the cracks with
tar so as to make it waterproof, placed her tiny
son inside and set it afloat upon the river.
It so happened that Pharaoh's daughter, Prin-
cess Thermut, was bathing farther down the river.
When she noticed the cradle floating with the cur-
rent and heard a child crying, she bade her hand-
maidens bring the cradle to her. Although she
knew that it was a Hebrew child, she took pity on
the little boy and decided to keep him at the palace
and have the Israelite woman act as nurse. The
princess named the child Moses and picked Joch-
eved herself to care for him.
When Moses was three years old one of Pha-
raoh's advisers insisted that the boy should be put
to death because he was a menace to the kingdom.
"Oh, Pharaoh," said the adviser, "remember what
I told you many days ago, about a Hebrew child
who will overthrow our kingdom. This, indeed, is
the child. Therefore, let us destroy him."
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| S. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-8810
Milton P;iroff
FANNER'S STORES
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Rr F19ier Street
P* E. 2nd Avenue
Miami
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Coral Gables
5*i Sam and Cal
" PRODUCE CO.
f2l"> N. W. 22nd St.
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COFFEE CO.
" Mum: Court
"n 2-2174
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PUVANS TAP ROOM
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. ^GE BOWL
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K Street
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BAR
"Serving the Best For Lett"
5801 N. W. 22nd Ave.
Phone 7-4447_________
HIPPODROME BAR
PACKAGE GOODS
Phone 2-9113
S N. E. 2nd Ave.
JOSEPH CRUMB, sn., Prop.
MBS. EDWARD J CRINGLE
THE GARDEN TAVERN
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EDWARD J. CRINGLE
REAL ESTATE BROKER
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THE BLUE DERBY
7lh Ave. and The Trail
Fine Breakfattt, Delicious Lunchet
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Phone 2-5707
H. GRADY GOSWICK
220 Civic Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Representing
Pan American Surety Co.
Florida Surety Co.
The Trygendeer Corporation
American Bonding Co.
ALBERT'S
PHOTO STUDIO
HIGH CLASS SpRTggTB
EXPERT COPT WORK
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PHOTO FINISHING
218 N. E. lf Avenue
Phone 2-8829
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MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
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836 S. W. 1st St.
MIAMI
PRINCESS de CONDE
FLORIDA. Inc.
425 Lincoln Road
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L. D. RAY BAG CO.
901 N. W. 54th St.
MIAMI
ROSE SACK'S BEAUTY
SALON
2214 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
SHAYNE DLXIE MUSIC CO.
701 Miami Avenue
MIAMI
SHENANDOAH CANDIES
514 S. W. 22nd Ave,
MIAMI
SIDCO HOME APPLIANCES
1360 N. E. 1st Ave.
_______2606 S. W. 8th St._______
EDITH C. SMITH STUDIO OF
MASSAGE
1110 Lincoln Road
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SUNSHINE BEAUTY SALON
523(1st St.
___________MIAMI BEACH
WASHINGTON DRUG CO.
2445th St.
MIAMI BEACH
MARGARET WILLER BEAUTY
SALON
44041st St.
MIAMI BEACH
THE HOUSE OF WffiTZEL
215 N. E. 2nd Are.
MIAMI
FRANK-GARRON PAINT CO.
740 N. E. 1st Ave.
MIAMI
OHIO PARK PLUMBING
SUPPLY
810 N. W. 79lh St.
________MIAMI
PIERRE'S CANDIES
109 Sunset Drive
SOUTH MIAMI
CRAVERO BROS. PRODUCE
CO.
1260 N. W. 22nd St.
MIAMI
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And the Lord brought us forth from Egypt, not by means
of a seraph, nor by means of a messenger, but the Most Holy,
blessed be He, Himself in His glory. As it is send. And
will pass through the land of Egypt, in this night; and I will
smite every first-born in the land of Egypt, both man and beast;
and on all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments. And I
will pass through the land of Egypt: I myself, and not an
angel; and I will smite every first-born; I Myself, and not a
seraph; and on all the Gods of Egypt 1 will execute judgments;
I Myself, and not a messenger.
But God had sent down the angel Gabriel dis-
guised in the iorm oi a man. He said, "Let a piece
of gold and a glowing coal be brought before the
child. If he stretches out his hand to grasp the
gold, then we shall know that he has done this
with understanding and wisdom. But if he grasps
the coal of fire, then we shall know that he did it
without knowledge."
The king consented to this plan and they
placed the gold and the glowing coal before Moses.
The child stretched out his small hand to take the
LOUIE BANDEL
Ingrdham Bldg.
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LEWIS R. KING
Ingraham Bldg.
MIAMI
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
420 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
DAN CHAPPELL
Security Bldg.
MIAMI
N. I. KLEIN
1632 Pennsylvania Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
MARX M. FEINBERG
Congress Bldg.
MIAMI
lULmS^.^RTEDMAN"
311 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
MARTIN GENET "
311 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
JOHN E. PORTE
311 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
FREDERICK J. WARD
1000 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
MORRIS G. WARNER
420 Lincoln Rd.
S'.IAMI BEACH
LAWRENCE E. HOFFMAN
420 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
LEON KAPLAN
Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI
IEROME H WEINKLE
Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI
SYDNEY L. WEINTRAUB
Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI
155^2^
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gold, but Gabriel pushed his hand, and he
the coal to his mouth, burning his tongue seven
Moses became tongue-tied as a result, but bis I
was saved.
On achieving manhood, Moses went to(
where he saw his fellow Israelites laboring I
enduring severe hardships. The sight of nisi
slaved people brought tears to his eyes en
decided to help them.
One day, he saw an Egyptian overseer
ing and insulting an Israelite. Moses, terrib
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401 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
THIS MESSAGE OF P*
CHARLES B.
605 Lincoln Hd. I
MIAMI BEACHJ
HERMAN WEPMAN
1110 B itcayn* Bldg.
MIAMI
O. B. WHITE
46 N. W. lit St.
MIAMI
NAT L. WILLIAMS
Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI
HARRY DIETZ
Congress Bldg.
MIAMI
AMOS BflW
01yoPta l
MIAMI
IsAAClorffl
Biscay" >*|
MIAMI II
MORRIS BERICK
605 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
SAMUEL RUBIN
420 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMJJ-;
DB, IHEODCJ*!
311 Lineal
605 tWjJI
MIAMI *l^\
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struck down the cruel officer and buried
the sand.
ien Pharaoh heard of this he sentenced
I to die. Bat no one could perform the execu-
b his neck had become as hard as stone and
Drds were powerless against Moses.
Dses then fled to Midian where he lived as a
ferd. One day, while his sheep were pastur-
|the foot of a mountain called Sinai, he sud-
iw a bush burning nearby. Although the
med vigorously, the bush itself was not con-
1 THE COURTESY OF
-11. COLF.MAN
Lincoln Rd.
V""1 BEACH
^KAUDERS~
lauPont Bldg.
IWCeTroSE
U'ncoln Rd.
*N' BEACH
,, 1G I. ROSNICF
fm Bldg.
MIAMI s
RHoTH
I^_JEACH
PM| _BEACH
Lw-h.ellFs
fe^!L_Miami
BUEEPw
pfitft>
UNTVERSITY
of
MIAMI
MAYOR
HERB A. FRINK
MIAMI BEACH
J**!si\fk>rknan
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
BELMAR HOTEL
2613 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Phone 5-6711
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
WALBURNE HOTEL
125 Ocean Dr.
MIAMI BEACH
MARE GRANDE HOTEL
524 Ocean Dr.
MIAMI BEACH
And the Lord heard our voice, as it is said, "And God
heard their groaning, and God remembered his covenant with
Abraham, Isaac and with Jacob." And He saw our affliction,
as it is said, "And God saw the children of Israel and had
knowledge of them." And our sorrow, as it is said, "Every son
that is born, ye shall cast in the river, but every daughter ye
shall save alive." And our oppression, as it is said, "And I
have also seen the oppression wherewith the Egyptians oppress
them." And the Lord brought us forth from Egypt, with a
strong hand and with an outstretched arm; with great terror,
and with signs and wonders.
sumed by the flames. Out of the flames came the
voice of God commanding Moses to go back to
Egypt and set free the Children of Israel.
For a moment Moses hesitated because he
was tongue-tied and was afraid that he would not
be able to speak clearly to the Israelites and to
Pharaoh. But the Lord told Moses that He would
give him a mouth to talk and that He would be
with him wherever he would go.
Continued
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CARDOZO HOTEL
1300 Ocean Dr.
MIAMI BEACH
EXCHANGE HOTEL
141 N. E. 3rd Ave.
PETE DESJARDINS
realtor
6701 Collins Ave
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ANTILLA HOTEL
CORAL GABLES
RUSSELL A. NICELY
REALTOR
420 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
BERTMAN & ISEN
REALTORS
420 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
A. L PERPER
-REAL ESTATE"
311 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Lincoln and Alton Roads
MIAMI BEACH
BERKLEY LTD., Inc.
836 Lincoln Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
BUTLER-WILSON COMPANY
1336 N. E. 1st Ave.
_________Phone 3-0738
ARKIN-PRUFERT
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Congress Building
_________Phone 9-2789
TAYLOR
CONSTRUCTION CO.
American Bank Bldg.
Phone 3-0844

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Then the Lord said to Moses, "What have you
in your hand?" And Moses answered, "A rod."
God told Moses to throw the rod upon the ground,
and when he did so, it turned into a snake. God
then told him to take hold of the snake by its tail,
and when Moses did so it turned into a rod once
again. Moses then set out for Egypt.
When Moses arrived before Pharaoh he asked
him to set the Israelites free, in the name of God.
Thereupon, Moses threw his rod upon the ground
and it turned into a snake. The court sorcerers cast
their rods upon the ground also, and they turned
into snakes. But the rod of Moses swallowed all
the other rods. Yet the king refused to listen to
Moses any longer and only increased the suffer-
ings of the Israelites.
Soon thereafter Moses returned to Pharaoh and
warned him that if the Israelites were not allowed
to leave Egypt God would transform all the waters
into blood. Pharaoh did not listen, and all the
waters of Egypt changed to blood. Yet Pharaoh's
heart was not softened.
Then God sent, first, a plague of frogs; then
a plague of lice; then a mixed herd of wild animals;
then a pestilence, which killed all the animals;
then a plague of boils; then locusts, which de-
voured all the fruit, grain, and vegetables; and
then a long period of darkness. But all these fear-
ful plagues were of no avail. The hard-hearted
Pharaoh refused to let the enslaved Israelites go.
Then Moses assembled the Hebrews and told
them to make ready for their journey out of the
land of Egypt, for the Lord was about to bring
another plague on the land of Egypt which would
force Pharaoh to free the Israelites.
Following the direction of Moses, each family
among the Israelites sacrificed a lamb and sprinkled
its blood with a sprig of hyssop on the two side-
posts and the lintel of the door before the fourteenth
day of the month of Nisan.
At midnight of that day the Angel of Death
passed through the land of Egypt. Where the
door posts were not sprinkled with blood, in those
Continued
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MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-7896
FOUR SISTERS
HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT
855 Washington Ave.
Phone 5-9709
ARMATURE & GENERATOR
EXCHANGE
340 N. W. First Court
Phone 2-0491
BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
Phone 5-5908
MIAMI BEACH
GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM
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SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
1011 N. W. Second Avenue
Phone 2-9998
JOHN A. MATHEWS
Accountant and Auditor
Phone 2-2412
620 Security Bldg1_Miami, Fla.
MIAMI FOOD STORE "
65 N. E. 14th Street
Phone 3-2038
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
Phone 5-7489
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
THIS MESSAGE OF PASSOVER IS PUBLISHED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2900 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 4-5951
CAPT JAMES E. SCOTT
NEW PIONEER HOTEL
151 N. E. 1st Streel
Phone 3-5734
NORMANDY SCHOOL
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Phone 61061
MIAMI BEACH
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1884 N. W. No. River Drive
Phone 2-3067
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
TAX i !.. |. Iv-Tnii |.-,,K
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PALM LAKE COURT
COTTAGES
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Phone 7-7608
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1411 S. W. llth Street
Phone 2-8275
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UPHOLSTERING
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Phone 3-0744
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
Phone 9-2291
MERRILL STEVENS DRY
DOCK CO.
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BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING
CO.
245 S. W. 6th Street
Phone 3-6248
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 15th Street
Phone 5-1422
MIAMI BEACH
M. B. GARRIS
Civil ind Contulting Engineer
1213 Congress Building
Phone 2-4958
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175 N. w. 20th St.
Phone 2-9304
E. & !. EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-4872
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247 East Flagler Street
C.indi
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Homr,Mr-"n''"n' Luncheonette.
Home Made and Boxed Candie.
Carmel Corn
NEWMAN'S SIGNS
EwEA,cguSgNT8AIS?f0RB
332 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-1603
EATmiT5 |ANDWCH SHOP
"45 N E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-9361
C d E RESTAURANT
1652 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-3009
CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MABBTj
Always Fresh Fill
Prompt Delivery
2321 S. W. 17th Art.
Phone 4-9392
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
Residential Industrial Man" *"l
WiringRepairs,
Alterations of All Kin*
3400 North MiamiI Ag
Phones: 3-6294; 7-30B_
PICCIOLO
Italian.Am. ricani **
134-36-38 Collins At*.
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BKER and WBW
Phone 5-903
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PAULS*L.yW
Carpal Cleaning "'
2412 N. Miami A*
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MUM BEACH ABSTRACT
TITLE COMPANY- Jj
Complete *
Insurance f*"-,,,) I
The Only Abstract|W
Miami Beacn ^
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eS were the first-born slain.
[houses whose side-posts
[lintel were sprinkled with
the Angel of Death
Bd over.
I Egypt trembled, for there
Dot a house in which there
hot a corpse.
bed by this terrible plague,
loh finally consented to
U Israelites go out of the
Moses gathered all the
jites together and they all
gypt in great haste. The
ites had no time to pre-
I food for their journey,
fore their bread was im-
bedonly a mixture 6f
land water baked in the
three weary days the
en of Israel journeyed
ley came to the shore of
Sea.
he meantime, Pharaoh
een considering what a
Doss he was suffering by
the Israelites free. He,
bre, gathered his army
(lowed after the Israelites.
the Israelites saw the
Pharaoh approaching
fere terrified. With the
front of them and the
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army of the Egyptians behind
them, how were they going to
escape?
Moses prayed to God for aid
and he was directed to stretch
out his arm in the direction of
the sea. When Moses did so a
miracle happened and the deep
waters parted, leaving a path
< dry land upon which the
Israelites could pass.
Pharaoh continued to pursue
them, and even followed them
into the sea. After the Israel-
ites had safely crossed, Moses
stretched his arm out again and
the waters became as they had
been before, rising over the
entire Egyptian army. Only
Pharaoh himself was saved. So
the Israelites continued on their
journey to the Promised Land.
We may indeed marvel at the
wondrous deliverance of the
Israelites from bondage. As a
small tribe of nomads they had
entered Egyptas a great na-
tion they departed, amid signs
and wonders, pursued by Pha-
raoh, guided by Providence,
and led by the divinely in-
spired man, Moses.
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' Ave.
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Phone 2-5201
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Last year we celebrated Passover in the midst of war. To-
day we celebrate the freedom our people attained in ancient
times and the freedom we helped attain this year. We hope to
celebrate this feast next year in the knowledge that the remnant
of our European brethren are celebrating their Passover in
Palestine.
Let all that are hungry enter there and eat; and all who
are in want prosper; and all who are oppressed be free of their
oppressors in the Land of Israel.
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g f/ieafcr To Be Passover Scene At Bergen-Belsen
___ German clothes. What thov h^,. .u. ___. .. **
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fcr." The
B/ FRED BROWN
called the "Tent Thea-
SS used it for sol-
shos. Wearing the black
iform of sudden death, the SS
Ud repair to this theater after
L tour of duty at the concen-
Lm camp of Bergen-Belsen.
ss jc K,.nc now. They were
-ptawaylasl year at the end
' still
first
The theater
This year, for the
'since their imprisonment.
"surviving Jews of Belsen will
owd into this theater for the
;aSsover services. For the for-
r Ss tent theater is now the
nagoguc.
"Exactlv a year after their liber-
Ition, 7.000 Jews who survived
g,e Belsen horror camp will en-
ter this theater and give bound-
U thanks for their deliverance.
Mingled with their thanks there
till be, inevitably, much bitter-
Cess and sorrow. For them, Pass-
im has direct personal meaning.
Like their for. fathers of old, they,
Joo, have come out of slavery and
Ke wanderers, waiting for their
passage to Palestine. In their life
Key have known slavery and
barbarism as it has never before
leen known to man. Having come
hrough, their's is the plea that
Jieir deliverance will be com-
pleted, that they shall be allowed
i pass out of Germany to Pales-
line or to America.
On Passover day they will come
But of then dormitory barracks
nd walk in silence to the syna-
gogue. They will not be wearing
Holiday clothes for the only
klothes they possess are discarded
German clothes. What they have
on their backs is all that they
own. If it is a cold day many
will walk with blankets wrapped
around their shoulders. They will
pass under the eyes of armed Pol-
ish guards under whose rule the
Jews live. They will hear again
the mockery and anti-Semitic
sneers of these warmly-clad Pol-
ish soldiers.
A huge canvas tent, cold and
barren, serves as their syna-
gogue. Rows of hard, crude,
wooden benches facing southward
towards the stage that serves as
an altar, is a luxurious temple to
them. Here the rabbis will offer
up thanks that these people sur-
vived German slavery, and by
a miracle are alive today. If it
rains on Passover, the congrega-
tion will get soaking wet, for the
tent leaks. Then services will be
interspersed with sharp rasping
coughs, for many are suffering
from lung ailments, and wet shoes
and clothes bring forth epi-
demics.
In approaching the synagogue
most of the Jews of Belsen will
avoid the south end, and will en-
ter the Shul by the opposite
door. At the south end, directly
in front of the Shul, are the rows
upon rows of graves, marked
with little white stocks or crude-
ly made Stars of David. The
bodies lying there once walked
to Shul with the shadows that
walk the same paths now. It is
depressing to notice how the rows
have grown in the year follow-
ing liberation. Each day finds
still another new grave being
filled. One prefers the door at
the north side, to avoid these
graves.
You hope that if there is a
wind, it will blow from the east.
If not, and there is a westerly
wind, there is the clear but putri-
fying smell of death in the air.
Two kilometers from the syna-
gogue towards the west, over that
slope of earth, are the vast
mounds of earth with little signs
over them that read, "here, 10,-
000 Jews, April 16, 1945." There
are approximately ten of these
little signs. Some read ten thou-
sand Jews, others read two or
three thousand. They add up to
30,000 Jews, buried AFTER LIB-
ERATION at Belsen.
They died because there was
no help for them. The food they
needed, the medical supplies that
meant life, came too late. There
was not enough for all who had
need. These mass graves, a trib-
ute to Nazi kultur, remain in a
barren desolate wasteland sur-
rounded by charged barbed wire.
Nobody stands in tho sentry box-
es that tower over the graves.
The guards who shot at Jews as
they picked up potato peels to
eat, are gone and the empty box-
es remain. That, and the barbed
wire, the mounds of earth with
the signs that read, "Here, so
many Jews."
As the final insult to make it
sharp and unmistakable that the
Jews are still "wanderers in the
desert," forsaken in an alien land,
if you look sharply you will no-
tice that the curtains that set off
the altar are bedecked with swas-
tikas.
After services, groups of
friends will crowd into the can-
teens for Seders. Here the Joint
Distribution Committee staff,
permanently stationed at Belsen,
will distribute matzos and other
supplies made available through
funds raised by the United Jewish
Appeal. The evening meal at Bel-
sen always consists of potato
soup. For the first Seder at Bel-
sen, a historical event, through
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The Jewish Quiz Box For Passover -- Questions Answered
M.m.m.^ VVt*n ^, ........ rnB-.;MVpl.rtof it for later on. the I The word K. ;,, ,
h^msclves Conse-1 saves a P
Other opinions connect the ^<}de*irr\..*2r*te this same .s don
vision which quently. we
ten pieces
QUESTION: Why i, the Sab- with ^propheti^^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ ^
in throughout the house as undesi
*SWER: jah's coming on the big day. Gen-
number of reasons are ad- *Uv speaking, it is most plaus-
ed for this. Historically the ^ lh|, |hi, gaDbath before an
able entit.es. then gathering them
ai! up and destroying thm in
the furnace.
QUESTION: Why tc th^ middle
one
bath before Hassover called Shab
bos Hagodol (The Big Sabbath)? for that particular >rning,
which the prophet speaks of Ell-
ANSWER: tah's coming on the big day. Gen-
A
vanced
Sabbath before the Exodus from j'"'.,.,,,, holiday Like Passovei
Egypt was the tenth day of Nisan. ^ ,.iud d ,|s ., ..big sabbath."
the very day described in the ___ ,,._
Bible in which every Jewish fam- QUESTION: Why it cuslonv
ily was to select a lamb for the ary for the Rabb. lo expo.ind; the
Pascal sacrifice. This aroused a details of Passover in a treat.se
great furor among the Egyptians on Shabbos Hagodol.
who were helpless to do anything ANSWER:
about it. It thus was recorded as The Midrash relates that Mosei
a "big" moment in the history of spoke at length to the Jews
Jewish independence. the Sabbath
Passover, the holiday which demption, exp iin
commemorates the anniversary of technicalities of the Passover rit- the
this independence, was therefore Uals. Tin wh< .... the dren. whose attention wm consra-
prefaeed with a Sabbath called Moses of today, en ered of prime importance at tne (
Shabbos Hagodol marking the cestral leader bj ng theii Seder. ,
first active step towards inde- ; gue on th It is also to bo noted that im-
pendence. Furthermore, on that Sabbath preceding Pi mediated after the center mauo
is broken in two the declaration
is made that the matzo is "yach-
moh anya" which means "poor
man's bread Since a poor man
|i not eat his bread all at once.
not knowing where his next mor-
sol will comi fiom. but rather.
QUESTION: What is karpas?
ANSWER:
Karpas is the traditional name
for the parsley that is put on the
** its<* has.
I implication. It J
the letters stand fl
600.000 persons ^ft
Egypt The last of the fou* *
hat g0 int0 makl
lated that
the
gar or salt water during me
course of the ceremony. The salt-
Seder plate and is dipped in vine- jup the name Karpas has them
erical value of 60 (Samach) Wfa
is said to stand for the siyt.
of the three matios broken in ter denotcs the tears of suf- i thousa_ds.. f "sm*
o in the beginning of the Seder ; f,, ,ng in Egypt. The vinegar \ "3"* f J? ^ were en-
two in am mm svmbollzc the bitterness of aved. The other three )ettm
ceremony and one HjHOl ensIavement Tnc parsley either -
den away until ih. end. somcwhat of a bitter taste
has
01
curious customs that are observ
the re- a| the Seder ceremony were in-
all the stituted to arouse thi curiosity of
obsi rvers, i specially the chil-
when read backwards spell 'V
ech" which means "hard |aC"
- no taste to speak of. com- Thus, the word karpas literal!*
lemorating either the bitterness denotes that 600.P"'
or the disgust of the slaves. ed in hard labor.
ANSWER:
Fundamentally, most of tne> memorating either the bitterness denotes that 600.000 were emiT
Ved .... j:, / ,K clot.oc H in hfirH l,k. UlaV-
day the Jews observed the first QUESTTON: Why do many
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morning service to hear the rabbi ten plagues. Others see a histon-
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atomic Bomb Gives Birth To New Jewish Community
I sent to Oak Ridtfe to huild :iml i------ *u_ ........... .... .
When the news of the atomic
JSwas broadcast to the world,
* RidCf Tennessee, was sud-
&"-"* to fame. The
^sh c-nmunity of th1S prev-
ously unheard of community also
;ame.nf" .ts share of public
"tarlv la M3 Plans had been
formulated to build the large and
very seer-1 war installation in the
hills of Tennessee. Military se-
curity prevented those who were
employed on the project from
revealing W-at type of work they
were doing or from disclosing any
Information about the size, scope
or nature ot the project. People
came from all over the United
States to work under a total
blackout in the country's newest
community
Major William C. Bernstein,
who with group of other medi-
cal officers from the University of
Minnesota Medical School had
been assigned to the Manhattan
District I organize a clinic and
hospital to provide medical serv-
ices for the scientists, their fam-
ilies and other residents of Oak
Ridge, had no idea that he would
be spons ring a religious organ-
ization when he arrived in June
1943. It is not long before the
responsibility of organizing a con-
gration bi came his.
When Major Bernstein arrived
in Oak Ridge the town consisted
of wide .pen spaces between
mountain ridges. A few buildings
had be. ci nstructed and many
more were .[.ringing up every-
where. One of the first persons
he met on the project was Harry
Cohen of Brooklyn who had been
sent to Oak Ridge to build and I
operate laundry system for the
new city. During July and August
1943, several other Jews arrived
at the area in official or semi-
official capacities. Among those
were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schol
of New York and Mr. Bernard A.
Stiller of Cooperstown, N.Y., who
brought his bride of several
weeks to live in this new moun-
tain abode.
By September 1943 the first
chapel to be built on the area was
completed and dedication cere-
monies were scheduled for the j
night of September 30 which hap-
pened to be the second night of |
Rosh Hashonah. Although the
Army officials had invited the!
Jewish people to take part in the
ceremonies there was difficulty in
obtaining the proper person to
officiate because those who would
be interested in the Chapel dedi-
cation were in Knoxville, Tennes-
see, attending High Holy Day
services. Fortunately Rabbi Je-
rome Mark who conducted serv-
ices at Beth El Temple in Knox-
ville consented to come to Oak
Ridge to offer the invocation and
to accept the keys to the chapel
on behalf of the Jews of the com- I
munity.
The first regular Friday eve-
ning service was held October I
15, 1943 with some 20 persons in i
attendance. The service was con- |
ducted by Joe Jaffe, a young]
chemist who formerly had lived
IB Norfolk, Va. Mr. Jaffe con-
tinued to conduct services until i
he was transferred to another I
part of the Manhattan District in !
the spring of 1944. However Fri-
day evening services have con-
tinued regularly since that ini-
tial service.
Wjth the 1944 Passover seder,
interest in the congregation grew
noticeably. By this time the army
had dispatched a considerable
group of enlisted men to Oak
Ridge but since there were still
insufficient Jewish personnel to
warrant a Jewish chaplain, the
congregation assumed the re-
sponsibility of providing relig-
ious and social activities for the
men. Plans were made for a com-
munity seder to which they were
specially invited. The seder was
attended by 65 persons.
It was about this time that con-
tact was first made with the Na-
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Major Bernstein communicated
with national office and reported
that under military restrictions
no information could be released
concerning the number of Jewish
men stationed at Oak Ridge, but
that there was a definite need for
the JWB services at the project.
Arrangements were made for a
rabbi for the coming High Holy
Days and to supply prayer books
and other religious items. Ap-
proximately 150 persons attend-
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raiDAY. APRIL 12,
The Story Of Passover, 1946As In Generations Of Old
' Jew. As Miss Jackson of England flavour is fragrant t
haa put it in her groat poem, "I sweet, and its effort' I ^
By RABBI LEON SPITZ
Yes, the Passover Haggada has
put it rather aptly: In each and
every generation one must look
upon himself as if he himself had
been liberated from Egyptian
bondage. The glamorous story of
Pesaeh has been retold again and
again. It is being relived by
World Jewry in our own post
World War II Era, in the terms of
blood and toil and suffering, and
courage and hope and faith.
There is this fundamental dif-
ference between the war-time
Nazi camps and the European
refugee camps in the occupied
territories today. The Nazi camps
i : est nted a stark and gloomy pic-
tun- of utter despair, and dark-
and suffering. All the ten
plagues ha.d been wreaked upon
: Nazi victims, including the
slaying of the first born, the Jew
who represented the spiritual
elite oi the country.
Jewish life in the post-war
-is undeniably
wrel ly unsup-
: Bui tin hope has nol
. But it turn- the Liberation, came^thecond
pHais the Repatriation. There art
ed out a March of Forty Yi .;|,.,n lh(. Jew.sh
the Land of Promise
would be glad to be right proud- ingwhat with
through wilderness inhabited by refugees to retiu-n to the fleshpott i ft Jew,, The lortured Jcw is
savage tribes more ferocious than ,, Germany and Poland, am contempt
the beasts of the desert. It turn- even in th. face of the Red Sea prou an
edout to be a Forty Years Mass Iw^a?
Wandering which included in it. ". jjfg,^ ffii.
im not only quarrels, and
i s, obstacles, and hungi I I
to
thirst, and a ('.olden Calf, but also
a Mount Sinai and a M si I in and
a must( ring oi the ni I
', strength.
The million-fold n fugee Jewry
today must also expect ti
en-route to the Promised land
obstac les and dii I It lilt Ba-
in those days and Mi
in our own time stood up I
fame us, Still, there is a soldify-
ing of Jew
ing on in mps. The Jew-
ish spirit is being rejuvenated.
Th. re is in the ah tancy
of Redemption. Daily, weekly, (
monthly groups an b( ing n
m to!
Pi s1 im Thi i is the hbi ratii g
land ol A : : ii ..a J( < \ : !
ii Jewry, i I Pi lestine Jewry
upon his torturer.
Yes, the Passover story is with
l." us againin its 1946 edition.
lUgh every owtacie ^ Amerjcan Jewry wc stlll navc
SJSSd'ta with u the four son* of the H*-
I, of the Jordan, gada. The ordinary Jew who asks,
oui own time the hundreds .v,,.|| ls a|j tilis? The Rosheh. who
. ands will battle their way wouid have none of the Jewish
into Palestine, but there will also burden. The masses who do not
be the many, many others who even know enough to be concern-
forth to America, to ,,d wjth Jewish destiny. But for-
of apple and wine and ho,
"" Ere,, Israeut;10"
nuts. Such is als
ffcct noun*,
y and
:,ls"'he laborto
>j in r-iet
and sweetness am
swwt
the Joy im
pean countries, I i ther hos-
pitabli havens of refuge.
Thus the Pesaeh Btory repeats
in its physical aspects.
Spiritually, too, the Pesaeh
Innately, it is the Chochemwise
in the Jewish way of lifewho
persists and prevails in the strug-
gle to rehabilitate Jewish life.
The charoses of the Seder (al-
solution, One c< r-
sent in the mi. sol ': :ld uto
n i so Jewish Jewries m the
Thesi refuee ""P* u .
at large, and he still
. will embark '* *he "f to"
to j Benera-
; individual person-
be S S a!lon
led to battle and to
and destruction had -e brothe:- and
s in the All-Jewish Family who
story repeats itself. The sparks of juded to in the Four Questions)
liberty have not been crushed in Sl.cms to point specifically to the
Jewish breasts despite every Jewish pioneer in the New Pales-
brutal and despicable horror that tinc np pharoses dish is remin-
I been visited upon them in 1S(.,., f [he labor wherewith the
Nazi lays That high and mystic| Jewish slaves were afflicted bv j approaching advent of'thYM*!
faith in Israel's destiny continues (he Pbarohs. Nevertheless, its | siah, the Redeemed
w in Jewish souls, The will
to live eternally has persisted.
the courage of the Chaluti" Z
with it goes the mood of ,he iC
over season. *
I Seder night near its end %
door is opened wide. And yZ
with a double motive. There
the prayer of wrath; P0Ur "
Thy Wrath upon the nation!
who have troubled Israel Rid.
eousness is the effect of Z
The world has recognizedI
when it ordered the war gZ
trials at Nurenberg and Tokyo
And then and then only ft,
Seder Jew welcomes his guest of
honor with the goblet of wins.
Elijah, the Pesaeh guest, the har-
binger in Jewish tradition of the
And wonder of wonder, the Jew.
humiliated and tortured as he
out of all that hor-
rora pioud and selfrespecting
3 I were thi in theii
s :s having 1
: si
em fin
awaiting 1
.(..; ; tl H
Tr:u I
I
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- came the
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PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
)0ver Holiday Demonstrates Democracy of Judaism
WSSSr
igssitdocsthe -
Knl and human Ub-
|tu, is an inspiration
Ei and downtrodden
vA i "
imortclearlj the re-
iiliarity between the
Kept of democracy
Slots and ;'H.tual
r0[ historic Judaism.
Irveas a reminder to
Ecountrj that toe
Ld devoted they will
Lets of the Torah,
\M be their contriou-
Isvmphony ol Amer-
Lcy and to a better
[can become a living
Isvnibo) is com retely
by our retui n to the
"belief that human
I the infinite worth of
bal which arc- the es-
nocracv. are not mere
cries but rather pro-
bus truths which
jucture of Judaism is
[never forget that so
[discriminate d against
till not expi rii nee a
te of liberty and free-
bcracy to us should
[tension of t' ue justice
lives alone, I it rather
En of God. Oniy when
tns to appro, iate the
[values ni" d( acy
Id by the T u ih of Is-
le hop< I iceful
peasinply i:1< ai that
substitute for our
id religion.- itage,
for our historic system of values.
If we hope for a new and better
world, we must reintegrate our-
selves with our Jewish life, with
the eternal search after God's
knowledge. Neither philanthro-
phy alone, nor secular culture,
nor scvular nationalism is suffi-
cient for the stress and challenge
of our lives.
We, as Jews, were born into a
great spiritual and ethical herit-
age, a heritage which was made
possible by the insight, sweat and
, blood of inspired and devoted,
courageous and sainted men. It is
our duty not to squander this
, great inheritance, but transmit
this sacred heritage to our
younger generations which are
| capable of receiving that heritage
;and make our accumulated treas-
ures of learning and our spiritual
1 and moral values a creative force
in our daily life.
Judaism can make its greatest
contribution to human society,
not by assimilation and self an-
nihilation, but by remaining true
to the golden chain of .our spirit-
ual being, by continuing to carry
the torch of Jewish learning
which was lit long centuries be-
fore Western civilization came
into being. In fact on all the bat-
lefields of the world, the ultimate
and the deepest issue which is
being decided is whether or riot
the Jewish concept of society and
sacred worth of the individual,
whether or not the divine con-
cepts of the Torah of justice and
liberty, shall continue to survive.
I When Hitler came into power
he spent fortunes in order t es-
tablish institutes of learning tor
the sole purpose of misinterpret-
I mg Jewish history and traditions,
i for the burning of our books, for
' the destruction of our museums,
I for he knew full well that Jewish
learning and traditions are his
greatest enemies, for Judaism and
I paganism are diametrically op-
| posed to each other.
It is not our sacred duty to
spend our money and our energy
for the proper interpretation of
I Judaism, for the creation of
I higher institutes of learning, for
. making the Jewish book a living
force in our lives.
Jewish history teaches us that
the torch of Jewish learning was
'always carried from continent to
continent. From Palestine it trav-
elled to Babylonia, from Baby-
lonia to Spain, from Spain to
France, Germany and Poland. At
the present there remain two cen-
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ters where Jewish learning can
prosper. One is Palestine, which
is witnessing the great miracle of
the rejuvination of Hebraic cul-
ture and which we hope and pray
will soon become, not merely a
home of refuge tor the Jews, but
a Jewish home, a Jewish com-
monwealth.
The second place is our own
blessed United States of America
which possesses today the most
populous and the most powerful
community To us there has been
entrusted the final defense and
the ultimate vindication of our
people and our spiritual history.
The future of Judaism will large
ly depend upon the lay leaders of
the American Jewish community.
Today, as never before, is the
need so great and the opportunity
so ample to call upon our people
to rise from their spiritual and
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
+Je*tsHhrM**r>
_________FRIDAY,
Only Few Samaritans Preserve Ancient Passover
J .... .u.. ,..!.,.,.i< rites arc ob-1 prayers, the Samaritans go womW....
,> the r.Hgious rites are ob-1 prayers, the Samaritans go
______ tiny remnant of an ancient ana wnere ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ y athrough pre9cribed ablutions,
By harry cushing !great Jewish sect, still >n exu j obkjng pIot sul.r0Unded by;washing with water three times
While millions of Jews in lands ^^ whQ wefe always strongly L ,ow
throuRhout the world this weeK | ,n (,nd Ulls sp In view of the similarity in enclosure, a trench has been dug, After a haye assembled the
beliefs and pracUces, 11 and i,nod With uncut stones. An s{ takps hig place
shall thou mane
sit about their festive boards in
observance of the traditional
Seder, a small band of men, wom-
en and children also celebrates
the ancient feast. They don't
carry on in the tradition that
Jews have known for so many
centuries, but rather, in accord-
ance with the rites and rituals as
observed by Moses and the Is-
raelites.
At the foot of Mount Gerizini.
near NabluS, the modern name
for ancient Shechem, there ex-
ists a tiny colony of less than 150
tfj, oolong pi"' wnvn -v- iWasning wun water inree times
,,v rubble wall. At the north- egch ^ handS( mouth face
end of this space, or Pyer
polluted it." Across this altar two
,, | p< kettles, filled with
.. placed. It is beyond
posedly same origin. These peo- fifty white Egyptian and Darnas-
pie are the Samaritans, who are cus tents, the only veritable s-
said to have been settled in Pal- raelite encampment in the world.
their
seems strange that then' ha ex-
isted the fiercest animosity be-
tween the Jews and the San
tans, but it is the anin
invariably ex::' '
inal and a schism.
For some days prior to I .'s.-:
over, consul, al P*nt
in arranging thi ca oi the this w theastern end and higher
slope of Mount Gerteim and the tnan its level, that the tanoor,
rebuilding of the tanoor used in (he ground oven for the sheep
roasting the sacrifice. The ascent roasting, is located. The tanoor
is kindled and burns for five
hour.' before it is ready.
As the sun sets, the Samaritans
an ready to begin their service
marking the Exodus from Egypt.
The white-robed figures begin
collecting about the smoking
h-altar. As they slowly as-
semble they soiead on the ground
front of the congregation. Stand-
earth
unto me ... aiul if thou wilt make sHghtIy behind him are the
dtar of stone, thou shah no second priests p ^
build it of hewn stone; for if thou ^ Qn ^ crest ^ ^
1 worshippers now bow to the
earth in prayer. The service
opens with a special prayer writ-
ten 700 hundred years ago by the
priest Hassan el Suri. As the
prayer is recited, the rows of
W"rshiP!*rs, km
Sl;.';;chedthee8
*> of the,*
m
cont.nueV
A,
of the
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1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue
0]
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now Passover eve. Spe-
1 sacrificial lambs
estine by the Assyrians after their
conquest of Israel in 722 B.C.. and cially
who have taken over the rites are contentedly wandering about, unM carpet8 whlch serve as
and rituals of the Israelites.
Much of the Passover that Jews
have observed since the days of
the Second Temple are still un-
known to the Samaritans. They
know nothing of the use of wine.
of the charoseth, of eating the
Passover repast comfortably from
a well laden table. They know
nothing about the practice of re-
clining at one's ease, or the many
other customs which came into
Judaism after the Samaritans had j
separated from the rest of Jewry !
The usual theory has been that
the Samai the descend-;
ants of the alien people which
was sett'ed upon the land by the
Assyrians le Ten T
were taken away inl ij tivity.
The Samaritans
ligion of the Hebrews, a few of
whom had remained in the land
the captivity. However, re-
search authorities claim that the
Samaritans of today are n.allv a
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shall take to them every man a
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without blemish, a male of the
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At the eastern end of the camp
is the 'kiniseh" or synagogue
iyer cloths, noon which they
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+Jewisli fhrMian
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
iritans Preserve Rites
rr^ pagc w
gamely, belief
- the Pentateuch,
and the Day of
Untally all pray-
g from prayer books
tf written in the
fcbrew. the oldest
gUage m use.
fame, the younger
, boys have carried
, and hold them in
| the trench altar,
Urons of water are
. And over the
aee "shochtim" or
As the passage
g the convocation of
|of Israel slay it be-
1 evenings" is spofr
M "slay." with on
lownward, each of
fcrs cuts one throw
j the next.
| young priests col-
1 f of the fresh blood
pS and rushes to put
be entrance of each
5 the passage ". .
. will pass through
Egyptians; and when
blood upon the lin-
| will pass over the
not suffer the de-
lie unto your h >uses
f Young people pass
tmaritan throng car-
I bitter herbs rolled
I the lambs become lifeless, boiling
! water is poured over them and
I the wool is plucked off instead of
skinned, the purpose being to pro-
tect the flesh while it is being
roasted in the ground oven.
The second part of the cere-
mony which occurs late at night,
consists of the roasting of the
lambs. A couple of hours before
midnight the high priest appears
| upon the scene and orders the
roasting of the sheep. The ani-
mals are cast into the pit. They
are then covered with leaves and
grass and then with caked mud.
The roasting goes on for three
hours.
An hour after midnight hands
and feet are washed and the older
men don white garments. With
: girded loins and with staffs in
i their hands, they assemble in
lone congregation. The roasted
lambs arc in baskets and are
| placed upon the ground. Matzos
land bitter herbs are placed upon
'the sheep and then portioned out
I among the assemblage by the
high priest.
When all is ready, the Samari-
tans form groups about the sacri-
ficed sheep, pulling them hastily
to pieces with their bare hands.
Eating is very rapid and in less
than half an hour all that is left
is a mound of bones. These are
thrown into the offal pit together
with the utensils that were used
as well as any matzos that are
Kcial altar tl e older
out those to whom
llegated the job of
| lambs, read og the
the Exodus as far
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left. They burn everything that
came into contact with the Pass-
over sacrifice, in order to abide
by the precept, "that which re-
maineth of it until the morning
ye shall burn with fire."
For the remaining hours of the
night the congregation remains
awake reciting prayers until
dawn.
Throughout the centuries, the
Samaritans have carried on the
ancient Paschal sacrifice in ac-
cordance with the laws of Moses.
However, the day is nearing when
even this people will not assem-
ble anymore on Mount Gerizim
as they have been doing since
dayc of yore. For death is rapidly
stalking in their midst.
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(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 33)
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the efforts of the United Jewish
Appeal, the people will have
some meat, gefilte fish, matzos,
and Passover wine.
The 300 orphaned children wno
survived Belsen will celebrate
Passover at the former Warburg
estate at Blankanesse, near Ham-
burg, the hostel maintained by
the JDC under their European
child care program. These 300
children need a little extra care,
for 299 upon examination by the
JDC doctor were discovered to
have defective hearts. The one
remaining child with a sound
heart has tuberculosis.
As they sit down to their Sed-
ers, the youngest will ask the
four questions. These children
will know that they, in losing
their families, have gained an-
other. Thty know that American
Jewry has adopted them, that
Jews throughout the world seat-
ed around Seder tables have tak-
en into their hearts the handful
of children that remain in Europe.
This scene will be repeated
throughout the camps of Ger-
many, at Hamburg, in Hanover,
from Belsen to Feldafing, from
Munich to Landsburg, to the
ruins of Essen.
As the Jews sit down to their
Seders in the graveyard that is
Europe they do so in the knowl-
edge that whether this night will
be different than all other nights
depends solely on the Jews seat-
ed at the very same time at their
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Jewish Community at Oak Ridge
The JWB. in addition to supply
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[ng the wine and matZOS, paid for
the m als of all the Gl's.
The 1945 High Hi j D ys '
'celebrated fittingly. A ngrega
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, the tradil
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fast 1
tion enjoyed
pared 1 thi '>'
and
the Oak 1
ed the first High Holy Day serv-
ices to be held at Oak Ridge.
Sgt. Seymour Sadowsky
Bronx has been serving as
tor of the Oak Rick
tion. His infectious enthusi
and musical ability ha ared
him to every member of the con-
gregation. When unable to at-
tend services because of mil:-
duties his place has been fi
by other Gl's but Mr. S.
is regarded as ;': i
A Sunday School
September 1944 is still fun ti n-
ing. Several enlisted men have .
. .... -
assisted to instruct the ehildrei Since th<
The sch t Oak
rection of a comi:
bv the Ladies A... numb
was organized tn the fall of 1944.
One of the major pr. cts ... ... 0ak
the auxiliarj luring the i
was the 1945 Pas- vei
proximatelv 200 enlist I men, ol
ficers and civilians partook
ed bv
typical seder. The traditional cre)
reading i
by Major Bernsteii :' | :
Sgt. Sad, ..... ________________
Democracy of
Judaism
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 37)
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p with its own distinctive in-
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ontribution to the sum
Amei ican civilization.
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button to American culture
linUining the education pro-
riiich will preserve, not
I only i r pi ide, but also the learn-
-sanding, the appre-
: what Judaism has been
and what it has contributed, and
t can still contribute to the
i nt of all human efforts
. We are destined
An : ica the center of
i n :' : all the lofty
i transmitted to
n to generation,
and ui shall fulfill that
y of assuming
and intellectual
: Id Jewry, we
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iki i ur own future
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