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The Jewish Floridian ( April 4, 1947 )

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mill %  IIIII mm mill it iillli mill ii SB tewybJEIIiDipidliiaun w&^^ THE JEWISH UN 1771 av& THE JEWISH WE EKLY K[UME20NUMBER 14 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS CJA CAMPAIGN FIGURE NEARING LUST m TOTAL With more than 5,100 individual contributions brought in to date, the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal has reached the figure of $820,335, it was announced yesterday by Morris Klass, campaign director, who predicted that by the report meeting scheduled for next Monday night, the collections would exceed last year's total of $830,000. "At the present moment we are approximately $10,000 short of what we raised last year," he said— "but we have already taken in more than $100,000 over what was raised at this time in 1946." No report has been received as yet on the cards of some 400 special gift prospects, each of whom last year contributed $100 or more, Mr. Klass revealed. "Many of these prospects are out of the city at the moment and others will not ^make their commitments until later in the year," he explained. "With the normal anticipated increase in their contributions, we are confident that this group will produce over $200,000, thus bringing our total to well over the one million dollar maik, within the next 30 days." Mr. Klass pointed out that never before in the history has any annual fund raising organization—Jewish or non-Jewish —raised $1,000,000 for maintenance needs of its member agencies in an annual appeal. "Coming at a time when we have just concluded the initial gift phase of our building fund campaign for $2,500,000 for the projected Mt. Sarai hospital, the support of the community to the Combined Jewish Appeal is a measure of its warm-hearted (Continued on Page 6) ;LET THE HUNGRY COME IN AND EATA Beach Freeholders Vote On Bond Issue Tuesday Miami Beach freeholders will vote at a special election Tuesday, April 8, for a $1,650,000 bond issue to cover municipal auditorium and sanitary a nd street paving projects. At a citizen's committee meeting last week, Chairman J. CKimball and members pointed out the importance of supporting the issue. \ritain Surrenders Palestine Problem To U.N. E SUCCESS, N. Y.—Britain turned the ex| e Palestine problem over to the United Nations a Y and formally requested that a special n o* the general assembly be called immedi^aunch preliminary studies. ^9 S'cretary-General Victor Hoo started the ft Y R m Ving at once Soon after he had reJ British note, Hoo sent a telegram to each member nations asking whether they ap Uin oi an extraordinary session, members was necessary. 55 the fm b v 28 The British request was contained in a twoparagraph note which in effect passed on to the United Nations the full responsibility for finding a remedy for the 25-year-old headache. The note asked that: The Palestine problem be placed on the agenda of the general assembly for its regular September meeting and that a special session be called "as soon as possible" to create a special investigating committee to prepare a suggested solution for consideration at the September meeting. It also asked that the assembly make recommendations "concerning the future government of Palestine." Warren R. Austin, chief of the permanent United States mission to the United Nations, said he understood that the special session was to be confined to setting up machinery for doing the preliminary work on Palestine. "We have been for it as a matter of policy of our government," he said. (Continued on Page 6)



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PAGE TWO i er.umally Spealcma Rev. Solomon Raab of Brooklyn has arrived in Ft. Lauderdale to join his wife, Sylvia, who has been vacationing here for the past two months. They are the parents of Rabbi and Mrs. David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale Norman Litowitz and David Sussman became Bar Mitzvah last Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Litowitz and Dr. and Mrs. R. Sussman Ruby wedding anniversary, the fortieth, was celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Moe Israel at a dinner and champagne party at the Ritz-Plaza hotel. Cantor Samuel Vigoda, who recently gave a concert at the Miami Beach Righ school under the auspices of Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women, has returned to Lakewood, N. J. Twenty friends of Myra Gail Gainsboro attended a dinner party in honor of her 12th birthday. The party was given by her mother, Mrs. Lee Gainsboro Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abramson, Bayonne, N. J., are spending their honeymoon at the National hotel Visiting from Newark, N. J., is Mr. Morris Rutkin Visiting on the Beach axe Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grossman, who arrived Sunday from Elizabeth, N. J. Also visiting here are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weitz and daughters, Hannah and Lanie, of Kenilworth, N. J. They are relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Daniel M. Broad left last Sunday for Tucson, Arizona, for a two-month stay Nathan Adelman is recuperating at his home at 142-1 N. W. First st Harry Simonofi has returned after several months in the North. Among those students who have returned to their campuses are Sarah Rose Schwartz who was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, and Marilyn Younger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Younger, who will complete her freshman year at Northwestern. Mrs. Eddie Katz and daughters, Bobbie Sue and Cissie, of Ft. Worth, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. M. Schulman, for an extended stay. Sid Lewis left for Hendersonville, N. C, for the June 1 opening of his resort hotel, Duncraggan Inn. Mrs. Lewis and their daughter, Barbara Neufeld, are spending the month at the President Madison hotel before leaving. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Segal and son Leon, of Orlando and Atlanta, are guests at the Roney Plaza hotel. Mr. Segal will attend the Accountant's Institute during his stay in Miami Maurice S. Weintraub of 765 W. 50th St., Miami Beach, has been initiated as a member of Gargoyle, honorary fraternity of the school of architecture at the University of Florida ... Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Klass, of Sioux City, Iowa, are honeymooning at the Cadillac hotel. He is the brother of Mr. Morris Klass, of Miami. Marjorie Freedman Wed At Noon Ceremony The marriage rf Miss Marjorie Jane Freedman to Mr. Jack Shapiro was solemnized by Rabbi Colman Zwitman in a noon ceremony at the King Cole hotel last Thursday. The bride is the HADASSAH COLLECTS 'SHOWER OF LINENS' FOR PALESTINE DEPOT Palestine Supplies Depot w-:!i receive an "April Shower of Linens and Clothing" which will be gathered by members of Miami Group of Hadassah on Monday, April 21. Elsa Temple. Palestinian social worker, will address the group at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue. Members of Hadassah have been requested to bring sheets, bath towel sets, pillow cases and clothing of all description for all ages, especially infant layettes, or to bring the price of such articles so that they may be purchased. The items will be used to augment the depleted supplies at hospitals and to clothe newly arrived refugees, bereft of belongings, The project's committee i:!ianed by Mrs. Hyman C. and Mrs. Norman DJacobs. They are assisted by Mrs. Morris Aron, Mrs. Harry Laufer, Mrs. David Bernaker, Mrs. Ida Hart, Mis. Klix Hn.kkes, Mrs. A. Cohen, Mrs. Frank Kline and Mrs. Joseph Carp. % Sunj/u/tt "ftvAtivrs Gay Stripes Dumari* fabrics are washable, creaseresisting Beth David PTA Hears Talk By New Director Mr. Melvin J. Rogow will addn ss the members of the ParentTeachers' Association of Congregation Beth David at their regular meeting Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the synagogue auditorium. Mr. Rogow is the newly appointed executive director of Beth David. The musical portion of the program will feature accordian solos by Miss Leona Brenner and piano selections by Jeanne Eichenbaum. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Freedman, Miami Beach. Attended by Mis. Don Eanett, matron of honor, Miss Freedman wore a powder blue satin dress and a matching Dutch cap. trimmed with a short veil. Her Bible was decorated with white orchids. William Layden was best man for Mr. Shapiro, who is the son of Mrs Bess Berkowitz, Baltimore. Md. The bride's book was kept by Miss Dorothy Goldstein. The newlyweds will return to Miami Beach after a hone trip through the state. Hadassah BPW Chapter Sets Date For Meeting The next meeting of the Miami chapter of the Business and ProMai Women ot Hadassah has been set for Monday. April 7. at 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Y. 1567 S. W. Fifth st. Miss Polly Gershon of the Beach chapter of BPW will attend in her capacity as educator. Plans will be made for a musicale to be held in April as part of the group's membership drive. The Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a board meeting on Tuesday, April 8, at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. M. J. Shulman, 542 S. W. 13th Ave. Babt) Parade Fred Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gross, was born on March 19 ... Jay Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz, March 11... Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nadelman, March 13 Jeffery Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stern. March 14. Diana Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zimmerman, arrived on March 19 Cynthia Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rheingold Michael Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winer. Barnett Nevel Nuptials Solemnized By Lehrman Miss Blanche Barnett became the bride of Mr. Joseph A. Nevel at a ceremony March 23 at Raphael's hotel. Attended only by their parents, the couple was united by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barrfett of Miami Beach. She attended Miami Senior high school. Mr. Nevel, formerly of Chicago, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nevel, now residing in Miami. After having spent a week in Nassau, the newlyweds are at home at 1021 N. W. 3rd St. University Students Announce Engager^, The engage daughter Diane to Mr L Cohen was disclosed las! s^ by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'^ iManon, Pa. Mr.Cohenl,^ of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jo^* Rabbi David Raab. Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, will be heard over Station WKAT at 10 p. m. for the next two Wednesday evenings, April 9 and 16. The program, entitled "Men of Good Will," is a discussion series sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. HAVE YOU HEARD about ;Kin"•" %  lone* lotting belief oppeo'itg cUow ^•ladwally cot' Uu'Our iep*e*eR Al.so AT BURDINE'S, WEST PALM BEACH T Passover Greetings Florida Wholesale Grocery Company Alton Road, Miami Beach. Miss Resniek, a student all the University of Miami, has set no definite date for her wed-1 ding. A law student at the Univer-1 sity of Miami, Mr. Cohen attended the University of Florida before entering the Army Ai Forces in which he served fa four years. He is a graduate of | Miami Beach high school ST ASBESTOS TABLE MATS at* 91—24829 or lellS/Hl ltnccin L 4i* COftDifKWCO 1 555 UNCOlN HOAD MIAMI BEACH QPlt* I ') P M. TOUJW %  AIH QOMMnONfJ %  1 IAST ILAGLEU At ),t OPEN HJ4JA.M. "t. AT THREE 1 THEATRES, I N MIAMI A # OWN II 45 A M Where It All Started! Where All Those Heart-Warmins Laughs Came From! VICTOR MOORE GALE STORM CHARLES RUGGLES DON DEFORE ANN HARDING "IT HAPPENED 01 FIFTH AVENUE"



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L uf. APML 4. 1947 %  "Jenisli UurSdliiain rirs hand reports of the acJ e tak>"B P^ce at the exI ve Zionist meeting in Jeru|S will be heard at the third |*r al seder of the Jewish NaS Workers' alliance Sunday, I p m, at the National hotel aurnavid' Wcrthcim, national Ivinnist figure who attended the Son left the Holy LandI Wednesday, flying directly to Miami. fie will be introduced by Rabbi liL Shapiro, Congregation Beth %  David, toastmastcr for the eveIning. ., I The Seder, sponsored jointly |by the alliance and all Greater Ijiiami Zionists groups, will be %  conducted in Yiddish by memIbers of JNWA. Igo Gutman, [tenor, will sing the traditional %  music. Proceeds of the affair will be turned over to Histadruth, with which Mr. Wertheim is associated. John Strunins To Return \fter Honeymon Tour Following a honeymoon tour of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. John runin will return to Miami to nake their home. Mrs. Strunin, khe former Miriam R. Klein, is |he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klein of Philadelphia, Pa. The couple was married in the harden of thehome of Rabbi Hues Mescheloff on March 23. The bride chose a white suit for her wedding costume. %  Jay Strunn was his brother's best man. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam runin. 9039 Sunset dr., the kroom was educated at schools in Brooklyn. A reception at the Robert Richter hotel followed the %  eremony. Folk Chorus Lauded For Periormance Of Cantata A capacity audience was deep y stirred Sunday evening, March 13, when the Greater Miami JewFolk Chorus presented the ter Hamalka" cantata at theii uiird annual concert. The singtag of the cantata climaxed a i>""Riam of ritual, traditional and %  oik songs. 1 Under the direction of Louis Fowosky, the 64-voice choir disf'JVi'd a professional perfection prely found in amateur groups, potcworthy was the excellent as•stance given by the accom{""• Mrs. Ru.su Robins. I Both Cantor Jacob Goldring f nd l^ael Korenman, pianist, *ere highly acclaimed or their ETM anCCS F l lo w>ng the conL..' ? Au R ust a Birnberg preCi." f, "' al ift to Director [wesky and Mrs Robins as of their efforts in behalf I chorus. Thelma Spear Lewisohn Vacationing At Beach Mrs. Thelma Spear Lewisohn is spending a brief vacation at Miami Beach. She is music and dramatic critic of the Jewish Forum of New York City. Known as the "Zionist Nightingale," Miss Lewisohn has given six Town Hall recitals and has appeared in all the leading cities of Europe and the United States She is the author of "Many Mansions" and two other volumes of verse, a book on singing "Now to Teach Yourself to Sing" and a volume of memoirs entitled "Melody and Memory," whicn will appear shortly. This work contains original litters from such notables as Einstein, Thomas Mann, Freud, Rabbi Wise, Ludwig Lewisohn, Dreiser, Upton Sinclair, Menken and many others. PAGE THREE Mitzi DeKoven Engaged To Northwestern Student The engagement of Miss Mitzi DeKoven to Mr. Jerry Goldman was revealed last Friday in Chicago. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob DeKoven of Miami Beach, the bride-to be attended the University of Miami for two years. Mr. Goldman, a resident of Chicago, is a student at Northwestern University. No wedding plans have been made. Moishe Katz Addresses Birobidjan Committee Moishe Katz, member of the national committee of Ambijan, will be guest speaker at the third anniversary concert of the Anieruan Birobidjan Committee of Greater Miami. The affair will take place Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the Central Beach Elementary school. Guest artists who will appear are Mme. Shura Langer, mezzosoprano, who will sing Russian and Yiddish arias; Anyiita Melieov, pianist, and Gerard Haft, 'cellist. The Miami Jewish Folk Chorus under Louis Powesky's direction will present a selection of Yiddish folk songs. Singer, Abrams Marriage Rites At Bride's Home A reception Saturday night followed the wedding of Miss Miriam Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer, 1714 S. W. 18th St., to Myer H. Abrams. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the ceremony. Mr. Osias Abrams, father of the. groom, travelled from his home in Roxbury, Mass., to attend the marriage. He was accompanied by Mrs. Rose Bloom, her daughter Natalie, Ben Bloom and his son Harold. The bride, a graduate of Miami Senior high school, attended the University of Miami. She is a member of Emanon club and the Beth Sholom Fratority. Mr. Abrams served in the 10th Air Force in India, Burma and China as a flight engineer. He is active in the YM&WHA. After a short honeymoon, the couple will be at home temporarily at 1521 S. W. 6th St. "What Kind of a Man Was Moses" is the lecture topic at Spinoza Forum Saturday, the first day of Passover. Chaim Reuben Rose and Dr. Abraham Wolfson will lead the discussion. Charles H. Lee will present his second talk on atomic energy when the forum meets Tuesday evening. 8 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL DR. and MRS. EUGENE WEISS BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION 1205 Filth Street Phone 5-9787 Date Is Set For Hebrew School Ground Breaking Ground will be broken on I Sunday afternoon, April 13. for I the new building to house the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. The new structure will be located on S. W. 12th Ave. at 9th St. Plans for dedication services are now hearing completion under the direction of H. M. Drevich, president. Milton Wiener, building committee; Jack Stone, finance committee, and Rabbi Simon April will assist Mr. Drevich. Panama Room Opened Newly redecorated, the dining room and Panama ballroom at the Robert Clay Hotel, 129 S. W. 4th St., Dallas Park, is now open for social functions. Mr. Nathan Abrams, owner, announces that he is equipped to handle luncheons, banquets and weddings. The rooms have been designed for beauty and comfort and are air-conditioned. Temple Israel Women Hold Election Meeting Rabbi Zwitman will discuss the significance of the Passover holiday at the election meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood, Monday, 2 o'clock, in Kaplan Hall. A musical program, presented through the courtesy of nightclub artists, has been arranged by Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. Hostesses for the day are Mrs. Harry V. Simons and Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson. TRADE IN your old tires on safe Sears ALLSTATE TIRES PASSENGER CAR T!RE SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Jewish Clients and Friends KENNEDY & ELY Insurance, Inc. 1908 CONGRESS BLDG. MIAMI, FLORIDA plus tax 6:00x16 Allstate Tubes (plus tax) 2.95 Tako advantage now of eral trade-in offer on tires. Accepted by mi dependable service, fleet maintain their high qua state Tires and Tubes wil complete driving safety faction. Drive in today in on this offer! Sears libvour old llions for -tested to llty. 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Jenist> Meridian PAGE FOUR These An 1947 COMBINE! INITIAL GIFT Ahiaham Goodman. Chair Leonard Abess R. Wm. Apte Sam Blank Shepard Broad Morris Gettleman Benjamin Kane Baron de Hirsch Meyer Benjamin Meyers Stanley C. Myers Max Orovitz David Phillips Dan Ruskin Ned Sail Monte Selig Jacob Sher William D. Singer Joseph R. Stein Gus Trau SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT Harry A. Cornblum Max OrovitZ M. J. Kopelowitz Dan Ruskin Mrs. Benjamin Sherry John Temple Gus Trau Alex Van Straatcn Leo Eisenstcin S. A. Golden WOMEN'S GIFT Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Chairman To An Unit I Mrs. Leon Kaplan Vice Chairman Miss Sally Alexander Mrs. Simon April Mrs. S. Beck Mrs. Amos Benjamin Mrs. Max Bergman Mrs. Joseph J Bcrm.inn Mrs. A. H. Benson Mrs. Rose Borkin Mis. H. Buan Mrs. Norman Burger Jos S. Carp Mrs. Charles Cohen Sidney J Covncr r.i.. i : ei D melt Mrs. Ben Essen Mis. S. Fund Mrs Manner Fllim.m Mis. Herbert Goldberg Mrs. Jcny Goldman Ann.i Gordon Gordon Mrs. b. Hinkcs Mrs. Norman Jacobs %  r. Henry Kaufinann Mrs. Frank Kime Mrs. Harry H. Krzakofl Mrs. Sanlord Kramer Miss Ettie Kurzrok Mrs. Minnie Langer Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt Mrs. Nathaniel Levin I. dward Levme Mrs. Louis Mnrg.'lies Mrs. Sam Meyers Mrs. Gertrude Michaels Mrs. Leah Miller Mrs. Hyman C. Moscr Mrs. Fred Ochs Mrs. Maxwell Reiner Mis. I. R-ennarten Mrs. Sol Rovin Mrs. Ed H. Safer Mrs. Maurice Sager Mrs. Herbert Scher Mrs. Henry Seitlin Mrs. David Sernaker Mrs. Paul Sobel Mrs. Harry Steinberg Mrs. Sidney Stepkin Mrs. Norman Weisman I Beach Unit) Mis. Milton Sirkin Vice-Chairman Mrs. Harry S. Aberman Mrs. Harold P. Auslandci Mrs. Al Benin" Mrs. Jos. A. Berman Mrs. Leo Chaikin Mrs. M. Donan Mrs. Raymond Elkin Mrs. Jack Falk Mrs. Aaron Fair Mrs. W. I. Fcuer Mrs. Emma Friend Mrs. Lee Gainsboro Miss Polly Gershon Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg Mrs. Sam Gold Mrs. George Goldberg Mrs. Ben). B. Goldstein Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich Mrs. Abraham Greenberg Mrs. I. C. Greenberg Mrs. Max Greenberg Mrs. John Gross Mrs. Frieda Kalstein Mrs. Nathan M. Kaplan Mrs. Neil Kars Mrs. Arthur Klein Mrs. BenJ. Kohn Mrs. Joseph Leaderman Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder Mrs. A. Libow Mrs. BenJ. Mandell Mrs. Irving E. Marcus Mrs. J. B. Margolis Mrs. Norman Maron Mrs. Jos. Mazo Mrs. Edward Mencher Mrs. Hal Meyers Mrs. Morry Morris Mrs. S. Oka Mrs. Harry Platotf Mrs. A. J. Plotkin Mrs. N. Douglas Ratf Mrs. H. Rangel Mrs. R. Rothschild Mrs. Golia Sadowsky Mrs. Seymour Satin Mrs. L. Schwartz Mrs. Jandon Schwarz Mrs. Ben I. Serrant Mrs. A. Shohere Mrs. Max Siegel Mrs. J. Smullin Mrs. Harry Solomon' Mrs. Carl Susskmd Mrs. Bess Sussman Mrs. Geo. J. Talianoff Mrs. Sam H. Taran Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe Mrs. Bertram Waller Mrs. Barney Weinkle Mrs. Ed Weinstein Mrs. Paul Weitzman Mrs. Morris Wolf Mrs. Bertha Yaooda WOMEN'S SPECIAL GIFT Mrs. Monte oelig Chairman Mrs. Morris Alpei t Mrs. Herman BinderMrs. Sam Blank Mrs. Shepard Broad Mrs. Jos. Fenias Mrs. Ahiaham Goodman Mrs. Ada E. Joseph Mrs. Benjamin N. Kane Mrs. L. R K upper Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis Mrs. Jcs. M. Lipton Mrs. Harry Markowitz Mrs. Anna B. Meyers Mrs. J. N. Mori is Mrs. Dave Phillips Mrs. Matilda Ratner Mrs. Leo Robinson Mrs. Celia Segal Mrs. Benjamin Sherry Mrs. Wm. D. Singer Mrs Hamid Spaef. Ml Joseph Stein Mrs. Carl Wcinkle Mrs. Sidney Weintr.uib Mrs. Leonard Wein Mrs. Nat L. Williams HOTS L Irving Fr.mkel Co Chairman Sam Lachm in Co Cli.ui man Arthur Ad Al-.Al %  : q Dave Andt nn Harry Cornblum Leo Eisenstein Joe Gardner Manny Goldstrich Nat Hankoff Abe Katz Sam Katz Fred Jonas Harry Koretsky Charles Resnick Jacob Seidenber g Mlirr^v Maurer WINTER RESIDENTS David Phillips Chairman Harry Aberman Jark Ahlin M. Arkerman Sidney Ansin R. Wm A|-l.George Bertman Jark Dubinsky Mi Arthur Frishman • Gettleman Alex Goldblatt Irving Hirsch M-.x liaison Ain Katz Louis Krensky II n.ird Sharp Mrs. BenJ Shcuy Charles Stein Gus Trau Dr. Joseph Weidbcrg TRADES DIVISION Ned Sail Co-Chairman Herbert Schr> r Co-Chairman ACCOUNTANTS Maurice G. Furman Chairman Sidney Lefcourt Sidney Washerman AMUSEMENTS Jacob Sher Chairman APARTMENT HOUSES MOTIS Gold Chairman H. Bodenstein E. A. Burg Arthur Frischman Mrs. Arthur Frischman Sam Goldberg Sol Goldman Aaron Otto Herman J' an Himelfarb Saul Kenholz Oscar Lelchuck Charles Levin Harry Levine Jack C. Lippson Julius Nathanson H. Rangel Helen Sarders Rose Solinsky Max Sheikowitz Israel Shenkman Abraham Sir Jacob Ski.ir Sam 1 'I Sain Woll AUTOMOTIVE Sam Luliy Chairman Jerome Goodman Sam Lcschel b in%  Sam Weissel BEVERAGES Dave Blank Co Chairman Harold Coh>-n Co Chairman Jack Zwn %  Co Chain".m Max Biederman Irving Braverman Harris H. Geldcr Mike Goodw.n Morns Olsowitz Sam Wieder BUILDING TRADES Joe Aikm Chairman Louis Auerb U h j. Adi AI bi i E. J. B.iskinrl living Cannon Herbert Gelernter Ben Gller Emil Gould E. G. Kahn Victor Kahn !; %  • Mark* --. 11z M. B. MrAl Oboler M i Orovitz Aithur M. Shandloff Pete Silvei Ira C. W.i %  %  > CHILDREN'S & INFANTS' WLAR Louis Wolfe Chan if.in r AL I ink Con-t Chairman Di Irving Gordon Co Chairn in D Ai R' s< nthal Dr. Jerome Fleeman Dr. Bt nj.imin Coll man oR berl s Levin Miehnoff Dr Di mi I'. Quittnei k Seitlin DIPARTMENT STORES 13.Moi i is Goodman Chan i DRUGS S imuel Goldman r h lirman •i.i n Loins Marcel i mm ii Simon W.irren J.n k /wick DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Maul ice Cromer C hairman s MI F 1' T heodore G Harry Rabin Divid Schw.n .-man Pnil Sombe g I I ECTRICAL GOODS nrd APPLIA\c I b Max Ml -man Jules Dreyfuss J -I-Cross Herman Harvey Israel Toby K • i-.,-. th Kattelman .' .in f Li'l'in in Philip Siimon FINANCE J. Gen ia L.w.s Ch.m in..ii FOOD and RESTAURANTS Millei Co C h.ui man Harry Synes Cen S.lver Han •/ boyell TRUIT SHIPPERS A.rhic Brick Chaii in.in A • it l>. Balm Emil Cchen Nathan Kl J. K Kursh.in Martin Lundy i p .... .' Ruleisen FUNERAL PARLORS Harry Gordon Chairman I RNITURE Samuel Lipton Cr .nman Harold Beck v L H 'H.i. in John Kroner', i.i Nathan Mann I. Richardson H.iny Spivack Nat Weiss George Wolpert HEALTH SERVICES O'V B. H. Sadowsky I man They are your neighbors and fr already —will call on yd INSURANCE Sol Finn Co Chairman Samuel Traung Co-Chairman Leon Ackcrman Alex Cohen Harry Diamond William Edelstein Nat Cans Art Kahn Al Sandier William E. Strauss Jack Tobin JEWELRY Herman Rubin Chairman David Bass Joseph Bernstein Albert Feinberg Ben Frackman Sol Goldstein Abe King Harold Meyers Marty Simmons Jules Spievack LAUNDRIES and CLEANING Louis Snetman Chairman LAWYERS Arthur Friedman Co-Chairman E. Max Goldstein Co-Chairman Jack Abbott Shepard Broad David Catsman Ben Cohen Sam Goldberg Sol Goldman Harry Gordon Roland Granet Leon Kaplan Nathaniel Klein Lester Lasky Oscar C. Ltlchuk Charles Levin Harry Levine Victor Levine Julius Nathanson Leo Rosen Morris Rosenberg Morris Salomon Helen Sanders Harold Spaet David Sepler Elry Stone Miss Natalie Weinstein Henry Williams LIQUOR Stuart Gordon Co Chairman Aaron Leban Co Chairman Norman Brown Ben Danbaum Cy Gerson Sam Gold William Goldstaub Harry Goodman Lewis Gorfine Arthur Greenwald Frank M. Lazarus Help them tol your gift in this GIVE G WM. D. SINGER STANLEY C. MYERS MONTE SELIG Campaign Morris Klass. Director Mrs. Nancy Block Eileen Cowen Mrs. Sue Freeman Victor Garvey William Glick Samuel Goodman Kenneth Hart William Lee E. V. Marias Perry Marks Ben Mitchell Bcrnie Norman Martin Rakow Harry Sanger Monte Selig Sol Shapiro Joseph R. Stein Leo Stein Saul Weinstein Leonard Weisbcrg James Weiskopf MEN'S WEAR J. Harry Day Co-Chairman William Slepian Co-Chairman William Langer Joseph Meisel Fred Rosenthal Bernard Slifkin Eugene Specktor Edward Weinstein Irving Weston Abraham Zablo METAL and WASTE PRODUCTS Meyer Schwartz Chairman PAINTS. CHEMICALS 4 PAPER PRODUCTS Robert Levin Chairman Arthur Stem Arthur Rabe PHYSICIANS Dr. Alexander Kushner Co Chairman Dr. Sol Seievan Co-Chairman Dr. S. Charles Werblow Co -Chairman Theodore Berman Dr. Morris Blau Dr. Stanley Frehling Dr. Abraham Hollender Dr. Ferdinand Kauders Dr. Alfred Levin Dr. Louis Lytton Dr. Meyer B. Marks Dr. Benj. Oren PRINTING Jack Teitler Chairman PRODUCE Mis. Libby Fisher Chairman REAL ESTATE Clarence Feuer Co Chan man William T. Fcuer C'i Chairman S A. Goodman Co Chairman Daniel Berliner George Bertman Ralph Bargteil Ernest Fuld Harry Magid RESTAURANT EQPT. Jack Fishman Co-Chairman Joseph Scheinberg Co-Chairman Jerome Adeiman H.irij Fnedman I. Laplnaky Lew Loeb RETAIL STORES Burnett Roth Chairman SHOES Abraham S. Blatt Co Chairman Max Nankin Co-Chairman Jacob Epstein Mitchell Kuperberg SOCIAL WORK Mrs. Anna B. Meyers Chairman Chas. Cohen Maurice Grossman S. D. Goodman STATIONERY Paul Barnett Chaii in.in TOYS and NOVELTIES Phillip Markell VENDING MACHINES Norman Rothschild Chairman Louis Shapiro WOMEN'S WEAR Hayner Bloom Chairman David Beyer Henry L. Green Ben Hartley Henry Jacobson Arthur Kahn Jack Kurland Julian Kurlander Abraham Levine Joseph Robinson Nat Roth Martin Strelitr AI Schwartz Mel Warshaw Max Writz METROPOLITAN (Town Unit) Leon Kaplan Chairman Town Majors H. Binder Mrs. Joseph Carp Ben Essen Sidney Lewis Morris Rohinsky Sam Silver th y Stone Joel Zalis Town Captains Mrs. Albert Berson Alex Cohen .ii Dickson Marx Feinbeig Mrs. J. Feldman Mrs. Reuben Fund Harry Gordon Al Green Lewis Green Mrs. Frederick Grossberg Miss Rita Grossman Miss Jem Guberman Fred HoH d Nat Hurevt Mrs. M. Jacobs Mrs. N D Jacobs Mrs. Ida K.irger Ed. Klein Mrs. M. Kline Lester Lasky Victor Levine Sidney Lewis L. Miller Max Mmtzcr Mrs. Ida Ochs Mrs. Pearl R.ndm.in Frank Rcse Theodore Sakowitz I. Schwartz Mrs. H. Seitlm Lou Seitlm Mis. David Sernacker Mrs. Shandloff Ernest Sussman Charles Wrintraub Town Workers Mrs. Theodore Abel Sarah Abrams Nathan Adelm.in ^;. r 'Bets,e'Adlrblu m Jerry Alexander Mrs. Harry Albert Miss Ada Anecksten Mrs. Morten Beige' Mrs. Esther Black Fannie April Jack Apte M V, Ar sTd 0 ney Aronoviu Max Azar Mrs. Manuel Baker Ross Barass Al Barkowitz Paul Barnett ., M "ss Ivelyn Baumoehl Mrs. A. M. Bear Morris Bear Dr e late. B^ Mrs. Herman Benner Sre^ Mrs. Esther Bern" Mrs. Gertrude Ber J. Bernstein Mi8 Ida Berstem Miss Lola Bis Nat Bhimberg Mrs. S. Brailon as s Kg.* Sr.: ~ Murray Cohen ^.a'coppe"""''' I I I I Match Their Sei\



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947 *Jewisti rivrndtiain Workers WISH APPEAL PAGE FIVE >me of them — if they haven't |y for your contribution. iers through reatcst need. OUSLY General Chairman Campaign Chairman Campaign Treasurer iTime Staff Pauline Melamed Sylvia Moss Hilda Ratner Mrs. Sadye Rose Rhoda Ross Ruth Rubenstein Sylvia Snyder Evelyn Vincent 1 %  nan ^ : Wltf I Lemthiti lc. < Levengai ci F'l Ceii.i Levine |d*jrd Levine lylvu Levine N r Julius Levitt fcma Levitt V" Ethel Lewis F'W Eileen Libman pm. Litt I lovitz %  orri, L. ['' %  Harry Mantell P'l. Edward Mencher %  ranj Ml P'J. Josrpn Milgram [" %  H. C. Moser L ; unoff F" Nat Namoff f' s u L Ofsowitz "'-ry Oliph.int • J. P P'. Minnie Past Ibe p, ytL. Powaiky r I. Pu.hkm fO'Ot Rjchhn f'J. George Rjchlin t,u ert R ,n 0' I !" 1 Rawlson lob Reg,, | *, %  "•'"B Rosen < Rosen %  Rosenh.ium r. rr Rosenberg |^Rosenblatt P'l' F, Rosc, "fl.irten In', i'""" Rosenkranta I'M%„ R 5en,hal E^i b Ro,^' h Nlir'l. "T tU R th [!:"' Ruhin pafe ur %  • %  In! M'A'' •"! Sl,,er l"ton M Sa A ks Sa9er !* Sanofsky I;;• %  ." sch,i?. P t'-Schulefand f s chwa r t '* %  M Segal beigel • Seiti, n Sneiei T s 'iin 1 Serot., PiS^Hrock %  • aherep V"> Sherman Mrs. Louii Sherman Stanley Stuart George Silver Max R. Silver Joseph Silverman Steven Simon Mrs. Steven Simon Wm. D. Singer Mrs. Herman L. Sklansk Herman Slepian Hyman Sootin Albert E. Smith Mrs. Albert E. Smith Mrs. Sam Sollovey Leo Solomon Mrs. Rose Solomon Sam Solevey Mrs. Sam Solovey Mrs. Seskins Alex Steibel Mrs. A. Lester Stepner I. Swartz Max Swartz Mrs. C. Teitelbaum John Temple Louis Touby Mrs. Rebecca Touby Mrs. M. Tower Sam Traurig Mrs. Samuel Traurig Mrs. Frances Tudor Harold Ungeleider Dr. I. Unterman Mrs. J. Van Dam Mrs. Ben Warshaw Jeanne Wasserman Mrs. Max Wasserman Mrs. Dan Weiner Mrs. Phil Weiner Mr. Frank Weinstein Frank Weinstein Mrs. Weisman Al Weiss Mrs. Anna Weiss Mrs. A. Whitehouse S. Wilchyk George Wolpert Mrs. George Wolpert Mrs, Yasen Louis Zeientz Mrs. Lou Zissen Mrs. Harold Zeeman METROPOLITAN (Beach Unit) Jack A. Abbott Co-chairman Beach Majors S. Ashkenazy Shepard Broad Dave Emmer Mrs. A. Goodman Mrs. Ada Joseph Walter Kovner Oscar Lelchuk Joseph Pollock Morton Russack Mrs. BenJ. Sherry Harold Turk H. Zukernick Beach Captains Mrs. BenJ. Appel Mrs. Miriam Baumel Mrs. Daniel Berhner Anna R, Berow Dave Catsm.in Is.idore Cohen Irving Cypen Ethel Dorft Irving Firtel Mrs. H. Fl.itoff Martin Genet Mrs. I. Goldberg Isadore Goldberg Murry Goodman Edward Herr Mrs. Nat Kaplin Heyman Laibson Mrs. O. C. Lelchuk Ehiel Lesowoder Mrs. Jos. Ltpton Mrs. Rose Lustig Mrs. Irwin Makowsky Mrs. M. J. Maurer Sam Mayser Mrs. Hal Meyers Godfrey K. Newman Joel P. Newman Ken Oka Dr. Harry Queen Mrs. Douglas Raff Mrs. Hadassa Ratner Jack A. Rosenberg Maurice Rosenberg Morten Rosenberg Donald S. Rubin Seymour Rubin Jani^s Ruby Dr. S. G. Schneider Mrs. Leon Shalloway Harold Shapiro Sam W. Shapiro Mrs. A. Shumann Matthew Silvcrstein Eddie Sirkin Mrs. Lena Wolk Henry Zeitlin Harold Zinn Beach Workers Harry Abramowitz Mrs. Harry Abramowitz Ann Abrams Fred Abrams Herbert Abrams David Ackerman Wm. Agronov James Albert Elsie Alexander Mrs. David Alper Benjamin Appel Mrs. Asheroff Mrs. Jack August Mrs. Irving Bachrach Louis Backerman Gilbert J. Balkin Blanche Barnett Leonard Barr Mrs. Leonard Barr Mrs. E. Baskind Donald Beck Mrs. Frank Becker Charles Bender Mrs. Neil Berk Mrs. Al Berman Mrs. B. Bernstein Andre Bialolenki Terry Bittel Lotus Black K rs. Abe Blank rs. Irving Blasberg Mrs. Louis Block L. Bloomenfeld Mrs. Ellis Blumenth.il Mrs. I. S. Bock Adela Bookspan Bertha Boonshoft Mrs. Brenner Harry Brenner Mrs. Herman Brenner Mrs. J. Brenner Bill Brody Mrs. Daniel Brown Betty Buddin Marco Cardozo Mrs. R. Chanock Phil Chaplain Mrs. J. Chavez Mrs. Henry Chill Mrs. J. Chutkow Gertrude Cohen George M. Cohen Mrs. Joseph Cohen Meyer E. Cohen D. Cooper Alvin Cornblum Florence Cromer Jack Courshon Mrs. Aaron Danziger Miss Lillian Danziger Sidney Davidson Yetta Davidson Mrs. DeKoven Emile Dembnitz Mrs. B. Deutsch Tillie Dietz Mrs. M. Donan A. M. Dorff Al Dorfman Mr. Dorozuisky Martin Drexel Joseph Duntov Mrs. Louis Ebenstein William Edelstein Max Ehrlich Jake Ehrlich Mrs. Leo Eisenstein Mrs. Carl Elkin Mrs. Gerald Elkina Sarah Ellis Moses Emanuel Malvin Englander Hellen Estreich Mrs. Jack Falk Bernard S. Feiner Raymond Feiner Joel Feldman Mortimer Feldman Mrs. Wm. Fenner Max Feldman Milton Feller Claire Fidlon Lillian Field Max Fine Mollie Fischer Mrs. H. Fishel Dr. Lee Fisher Mollie Fisher Beverly Fishman Jacob C. Fishman Mrs. K. Fishman Samuel Fleishman Mollie Fox J. M. Freedman Miss Anne Friedberg Hattie Friedland Mrs. Friedman Bertha Friedman Sady Friedman David Freidman Mrs. Freidman Max Friedson Emma Friend Arthur Frishman Bernard Fuller A. Fundlich Mrs. Gainz Abraham Galbut Abe Gannes Sidney Gans Mrs. Samuel Gerber Stanley Geddis Sonia Gerber Harry J. Gerson Miss Polly Gerson Mrs. Morris Gettleman R. Gilbert Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg Mrs. M. Ginsberg Mrs. Leonard Glickman Mrs. C. Goifer Ida Goldberg Sylvia Goldberg Mrs. Phil Golden S. A. Golden Mrs. BenJ. Goldstein E. Max Goldstein Mrs. Fred E. Goldstein Emanuel Goldstreich S. A. Goodman Mrs. S. A. Goodman Sarah Gordon Mrs. J. Gordon Mrs. Celia Goss Miss Pearl Gottesman Mrs. Henry Green Mrs. Kate Green Mrs. Abraham Greenberg Mrs. I. C. Greenberg Mrs. S. Greenberg Mrs. Edward Greenwood Mrs. B. Grenald Mrs. John Gross Beverly Grossman William Grossman Pauline Grundwerg Dora Hadburg Abe Halperin Bess Hankoff Betty Harr Mrs. David Harris Jack Haas Nat Herzka Mrs. Louis Herzog Dave Heyman Mildred Hirsch Sam Hochberg Mrs. Sam Hodowitz Lou Hoffman Max Hoffman Mrs. Max Hoffman Mrs. H. Hohanser Mrs. Harry Holland Mrs. Abe Hollander Frieda Hollander Morris Horwitz Mrs. W. Horowitz Leo Huberman David R. Isen Mrs. I. Joffee Mrs. Jonkel Mrs. Esther Kabat Arthur Kahn Mrs. S. Kahn Sidney Kalm Mrs. Kalstein M. H. Kam Mrs. Norman Kaplan Mrs. A. Katz Paul Katz Mrs. Rachael Katz Sam Katz Mrs. Sam Katz Mollie Kaufman Nathan Kaufman Jack Kay Leon Kaye Wm. Kepler Seymour Ketive Mrs. Leonard Kimball Rose Kimbell Mrs. Jack Kirschenbaum Ruth Klein J. Krantz Mrs. BenJ. Kohn Lena Koplin Louis B. Koplin Irving Korach Wm. B. Kraft Sophie Krantz Mrs. Kranz Mrs. R. Kratish Alfred Kreisler Dr. Seymour Kreisler Julian Kurlander Jack Kursham Isadore'Landsberg Mrs. Joseph Leaderman Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz Harry W. Lehman Albert Lehrman Sonia Rose Leibson Mrs. Emma Lerner Al Lesser Sarah Levin Mrs. Becky Levine Louis Levingrad Mrs. Anna Levenson Emanuel Levinson Abe Levitan Mrs. Rose Levitan Miss Rose Levy Wm. Levy Mrs. Samuel R. Liebson Evelyn Levy Miss Rose Levy Sidney Lewis Mrs. Zelda Liebman Dr. M. A. Lipkind Dr. I. W. Lippman Mrs. Florrie Loab Ehiel Losowder Mrs. A. Lubar Harry I. Magid Mrs. Jack Marash Mrs. Rose Marcus Mrs. Norman Maron Irving Matheson Mrs. Sam W. Mayser Mrs. Jos. Mazo Mrs. Harry Medoff Mrs. Max Meisel Mrs. Anna S. Melnick Mrs. Edward Mencher Robert M. Metsky Mrs. A. B. Meyers Harold Meyers Lee Meyers Bertram Miller Harry Miller Louis Miller Mrs. Sadie Minowitz Sam Miller Mrs. Lena Mintses Frank Mittleman Mrs. J. Modell Leonard Moriber Marvin Moss Mrs. Rhoda Morris Bernard Moss Marvin Moss Freda Newman Morris Newmark Max Novack Al Obeler Henry Obst Mrs. Lillian Oka Mrs. A. Osheroff Mrs. B. Panshoff Herman Pepkin Mrs. H. Perlish Alec Perper Mrs. Harry Platoff Harry Platoff Lou Platt Mort Podell Mrs. Minnie Polikow Mrs. Geo. Pomeranz Mrs. Jos. Pomerance Dr. J. B. Pomerance Carl A. Presse Gilbert Press Sam Prosterman Shirley Queen Mrs. L. Rabinowitz Mrs. Frances Rackoff Herbert Rangel Emanuel Reisler Mrs. Anne Reisner Oscar Reisler Daniel Richter Boris Rifkind Bob Robins Mrs. Evelyn Rockaw Mrs. A. Rohms Ray Rosenblatt Mrs. Frances Rosen Montague Rosenberg Mrs. Rae Rosenblatt Mrs. Sadie Rosenbluth Julius Rosenstein Mrs. Edward Roth Martin Rothchild Mrs. R. Rothchild Morton Rothenberg Hannah Rubin Mrs. Harry Rubin Mrs. Howard Rubin Raymond Rubin Ruth Rubin Jacob Schulkin Dr. Z. I. Sabaskin Mrs. Sabath Ike Sadakow Mrs. Ike Sadakow Dr. Louis Sadoff Mrs. Marsha Sadoff Mrs. G. Sadowsky Dr. M. J. Safra Jerome Sanders Mrs. S. Sapperstein Mrs. Ned Sail Philip Salmon Abe Schiff Leonard Schiff Mrs. Jean Schlesinger Seymour Schneider Mrs. Frank Schneider Mrs. A. Schumann Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz Mrs. L. Schwartz Robert Schwartz Mrs. Rene Seigel Henry Seitlin Miss Shirley Seitlin Mrs. Nathan Sepsenwol Miss M. Shabsis Mrs. Elsa Shackman Mrs. Elaine Shafton Dr. Arthur Shapiro Herbert Shapiro Mrs. Sam Shapiro Mrs. I. Shapoff Ben Shochet Mrs. A. Shorhe J. Z. Shtadlan Freida Shifman Max Shubow Mrs. Shultz Mrs. M. Siata Mr. Morris Sifres Ben Silver Mrs. Ann Silverman Mrs. David Silverman Harry Silverman Mrs. Molly Silverman Mrs. R. Silversmith Mrs. Silverstone Mrs. B. Silverstein Alex Sirkin Mrs. Slutsky Albert E. Smith Mrs. J. Smullin Mr. and Mrs. J. Solomon Abe Solosko Linda Spitalnik Mrs. Evelyn Sprafkin Mrs. M. Staff Phillip Steir Mrs. Herman Stern Mrs. L. A. Stephner Mrs. Max Stevens Max Sulken Carl Susskind Mrs. Bess Sussman Mrs. M. Tainovitz Mrs. Shirley Tarr Mrs. Sylvia Tenzer Dr. Harry Queen Mrs. J. Udell J. Usdensky Louis Van Guilder Ben C. Vernoff Harold Vinson Mrs. Harold Vinson William Wagner Bertram Waller Mrs. Phil Weinberg Mrs. Minnie Weisberg Mrs. Frank Weisc Joseph Weiss Minnie Werner Mrs. Sylvia Williams Mrs. J. Wolf Mrs. Milton Wolf Mrs. Morris Wolf Gertrude Wolfe Mrs. M. Woolfman Mrs. Bertha Yagoda Mrs. Yellin Doris Ziwiak Mrs. Doris Zwick YOUTH Jerome Weinkle Chairman Rabbi Albert Michels Mrs. Albert Michels Warren Supovitz Jean Fleischmann RATING Leonard Abess Chairman Harry Blumin M. G. Furman Sidney Lefcourt Sidney Wasserman ARRANGEMENTS Mrs. Louis Glasser Chairman VOLUNTEERS Mrs. Harry Boyell Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Sherry Co-Chairman Civvie Appel Mrs. Belle Bass Mrs. Joseph Bass Mrs. Rose Beck Mrs. Samuel Breitkopf Hilda Chern Mrs. Frank Cohen Mrs. Frank Coret Mrs. Gertrude Covner Mrs. H. Danziger Mrs. Jerome Frehling Mrs. Alice E. Falis Mrs. Freidman Miss Lois Ghen Mrs. Rosaling Gillman Edward Golden Miss Clara Goldenberg Mrs. Herman Goodman Mrs. Sidney Gordon Mrs. Stuart Gordon Miss Alice Graver Mrs. Kate Green Mrs. Shirley Gross Mrs. Henry Hirsch Mrs. Kaitz Mrs. Rae Kahn Miss Helen Kranz Mrs. Hazel Kornblith Mrs. Leon Lauer Mrs. Rebecca Levine Mrs. Philip Markel Mrs. Max Meisel Mrs. Belle Menaker Mrs. H. C. (Matilda) Moser Mrs. R. B. Newman Mrs. L. Oka Mrs. Anthony Palm Mrs. Louis (Rae) Rosenthal Mrs. Marion Ross Helene Schuman Mrs. Mollie Schuman Mrs. Hattie Seligman Mrs. M. Shapiro Mrs. Joseph Siegel Mrs. Helene Silver Mrs. Harry Silverman Mrs. Sol Silverman Mrs. Stein Mrs. Elry Stone Mrs. Harold Vinson Mrs. Florence Weiner Mrs. Joseph Williamson SPEAKERS Mrs. Max Dobrin Chairman Miss Celia Dobrin Gilbert Balkin David Catsman Mrs. Abraham Goodman Rabbi Murray Grauer Maurice Grossman Rabbi Aaron Kahan Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan Rabbi Leon Kronish Mrs. Irving Lehrman Rabbi Irving Lehrman Mrs. Sol H. Leslie Mrs. Isaac Levin Mrs. Alfred Mamlet Jack Marash Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Edgar Perritz Mrs v Harry Rubin Seymour Rubin Rabbi Max Shapiro Mrs. Benjamin Sherry Louis Touby Herman Wepman "A Your Giving!



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PAGE SIX 1 Editorial IN HOPE OF REDEMPTION In the shattered Jewish communities of Europe, Passover approaches like a shining glow of light in a darkened sky. It is at once a hope and a prayer of deliverance. It is the springtime of hope for these first victims of Nazism still wallowing in the mire of devastated wastelands. Passover. The word casts some magic spell over Europe's 1,500,000 Jewish survivors. They, in many ways, are like the Jews under the tyrannical Egyptian bondage. And so for the pitiful Jewish remnant of Europe there is symbolism and meaning in Passover, the celebration of Israel's deliverance from Egyptian bondage. More than 3,000 years ago, Israel gained its redemption. Today, two years after the defeat of the Nazi enemy, the Jews of Europe are still waiting for their redemption and liberation. Their main hope of liberation rests on the S170.000.000 United Jewish Appeal and your support of this largest campaign in the history of private American philanthropy through the current local Combined Jewish Appeal. The United Jewish Appeal supports the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement work of the Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. Can there be redemption for the tragic remnant of Europe's Jewry when one out of every six of them is homeless? Or when only 170,000 Jewish children remain alive on the Continent, 50,000 of whom are orphans and in dire need of aid and care? Or when anti-Semitic persecutions have forced 100 000 of them to flee Poland in fear of their lives? True redemption can only be realized when the homeless, the orphans and the other remnants of Europe's Jews are able to stand on their own feet. For them, true redemption rests on the program of rebuilding broken Jewish life being carried out with the aid of American Jewry. Passover will be celebrated here this year with the traditional remembrances. But there is an immediate crisis today which threatens the Jews of Europe and which keeps them under a bondage no less dramatic or historic. There can be no more noble way of celebrating Passover than by helping to deliver Europe's Jews from their bondage and enabling them to stand on their own feet. A 'MUST DO' FOR APRIL 8 Looking back to the days when Carl Graham Fisher, John S. Collins. John H. Levi and other pioneers used great vision in transforming Miami Beach horn a mangrove swamp into the paradise that you enjoy today, every freeholder—that is, the approximately 5,000 property owners here should plan now to give eager affirmative votes for the issuance of public improvement bonds in the special election set for April 8. The city council wisely has called for a vote of freeholders on the issuance of S750.C00 for a municipal auditorium, S350.000 for new sidewalks and street pacing, S250.000 for storm sewers and S200.000 for expansion of water facilities. All of these projects are needed to keep pace with the tempo of our progress and to get them a majority of more than 51 per cent of the property owners must approve. Miami Beach is particularly and distressingly in need of the auditorium, because it is one of the few great American resort cities that does not have facilities for accommodating conventions, symphonies, concerts, shows and other events that will add to the cultural well-being of our city. The SUN-STAR, therefore, earnestly hopes that EVERY freeholder will mark down on the calendar of "MUST DO" the casting of an affirmative vote for all of the bond issues on April 8. That is the day each freeholder should make a date with himself or herself to help build a greater Miami Beach by voting "YES" on the bond issues.—Miami Beach Sun-Star. Dorothy Susman Heads Young Judea Council Dorothy Susman was named chairman of the newly organized Young Judea Leaders' Council of Greater Miami at an election held March 11. Officers who will serve with her are: Selma Lewis, vice chairman; Natalie Goodrich, executive secretary; Frances Abrams, recording secretary; and Stanley Wallman, treasurer. Installation ceremonies were done away with and the officers immediately assumed their duties. Designed to educate the youth of Miami in the principals of Zionism, the council is forming a group of clubs for boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 16. Beach Elks Install Oka Kenneth Oka, Mian peace justice and attorney, v .. nistalled as exalted rul< i Miami Beach Elks at i at the lodge last Others who took the office wereH. R. Mechlowitz, leading knight; Mori G Warner, loyal knight; Harold B. Spaet, lecturing knight; j A. Hukle, treasurer, and Louis Bert tiler. Selection of candidates to at lend the summer session of Brandeis Camp will be discusswhen the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission meets on Tuesday, April 8, at 8:30 p. m. in the office of the chairman, S. A. Goodman, 927 Lin Members of Congregation Beth Jacob will vote for offi cers for the coming year, at an election on Sunday at 8 p. m. in the synagogue. At that time, David Goldstein will present his annual presidential report. Paramount Bakery. 445 Washington Ave.. Miami. Beach, and Kcil's Bakery, 1047 W. Flagler St., Miami, will be closed the entire eight days of Passover and will 'eonen Sunday, April 13. UTCWTIGN FIGURE NEARING IJST YEAR TOTAL ,<-, ntinued from P' '' -enei nd testament to ihe haul work put in by *>ur N i hav. I seen .. more %  :• response on t! i pa*" T iey coi tinue to captains, tne %  workers, the 1 and all the others— ..it is their unanimous a t every* ne ol them will stay on the job until our enhed. They money is so vitalonly 1 >ur own local agencies but foi e n lief Jews in dislor the nd for igees in this country." Mr. Kla5s said a tentative analysis of campaign results indicates that there will be between 2,000 and 3.000 more individuals contributing this year than in 1946. "Not only are we getting a larger number of contributors." he said, "but in numerous instances, the individual gifts have been substantially larger and many unexpectedly large donations have been made by new subscribers." A i pleti tabulation of camilts will be made at the (•port meeting to be held at 8 p. m. Monday nigl t. April ".. at B* i I Headquarters, 1660 Michigan Avenue. The meeting will be i over by Cami' .in S t a n 1 e y C. \ feature of the ng will be the showing <>f T Will to Live," a 20-minute |o umentary film depleting the i-day hi*' of Jews In displaced persons camps, Although he is confident tho unity will raise the goal of 51.309,741, Mr. Klass stated that I it fall t, 1 u Igetary :< %  to each of the ies would to Tl i present goal 5900,000 allotment to Unite I Jewish App* a] toward 8170.000,000 national goal; £130,189 to nine local agencies and $279,552 to 42 i ational and T i ine Gn ater Miami beneand the amounts alloach on the basis of the '."41 goal an Baron de Fund. $3,000; Bu%  E lucation, $17,i .Jewish 822 185 Gn ter MiH a -ruth. S2.000; Aged, S20.pital, S15.000; %  -•I Coun* .: ol Jewish WornM. Y. H. A • Miami, V M H A. of Mi(21 •; raip^APRiL 4, 194 7 Home For Aged Members Meet At Temple Tuesday • rship meeting for the Aged /ening, •ck in Temple n *r Clark WIOD staff will P gram. Beach Center Will Honor Past President At Dinner %  %  % %  Mrs of .;;•• %  Commu"'11 honor Mr. Sam^and at a testimonial dinner Thursday evening, April 17. rho affair will be held in the Center social hall at 6:30 p.m Mr Friedland is retiring as :ent of the synagogue and is serving at present as treasurer. | ,," 1&ra ?! Lives On." Palestine film, will be shown at Congre, gallon Beth Jacob. April 9. 8 p : "I" und the sponsorship of Miami Beach Women'* chapter of Murachi. p Britain Surrenders Palestine Problem To United Nations (Continued from Page 1) Austin said that if the special session is approved the United States would have to designate a delegation, since those who represented this country at the last regular session were named only for that meeting. It was generally agreed that the Palestine problem would be one of the most difficult ever handed to the United Nations. If the United Nations' decision on Palestine is unfavorable to the Arabs, the other Arab states will rise as a united people and the -truggle for an Arab Palestine would be continued, Jamal ini, deputy chairman of the Arab Higher Committee, said in Cairo this weekend at conclusion of a meeting of the council of the Arab league. Hussein! was quoted by a correspondent of the Sunday Ob• as adilmg that the Higher nittee would draft the text of the Arab presentation to the r N ii co-operation with Abdul Rahman Azzam Pasha, secretarygeneral of the Arab league. The league council urged every Arab state to prepare to defend the I of the Palestine Arabs. It is reported that a Palestinian delegation will be sent to the United States to •"counterCJfl WORKERS SEE [ Paul Muni, celebrated stage and screen star, is featured as narrator in "The Will to Live," a new documentary film which will have its world premiere in Miami Beach next Monday night (April 71 when it will he shown to an audience consisting of volunteeis in the current Combined Jewish Appeal being conducted under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The film depicts tor the first the dramatic story of the reconstruction of Europe's 1.500,000 Jewish survivors through re habitation and resettlement. The film was produced by RKO %  tor the $170,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, headed by Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chairman. "The Will to Live" is the most comprehensive film made to date on the position since the end of ar ol Europe's Jews, depictIng the flight of the Jews from Poland to the American zone of Germany following anti-Jewish riots in Poland, and showing the network of vocational schools and farms established with the aid of the United Jewish Appeal for the retraining of displaced Jews and others in anticipation of emigration to Palestine, the United States and other lands. Benefit Card Party For Save-a-Life League A card party was held yesterday afternoon by the Greater Miami Save-a-Life league to obtain funds for the expansion program of the Los Angeles Sanatorium and Medical Center. Headed by Mrs. Herbert Kahn. first vice president, the committee on arrangements included Mrs. Harold Malamud, Mrs. Jerry R'snick and Miss Isabel Wahl. Othe.s who assisted with the tions were Mrs. Kaufman, president, Mrs. Harris, vice president; Mrs Harry Gonvberg, correspondpretary; Miss Hilda Kahn. recording secretary; Mrs. Elsie Mayser treasurer; and Mrs. Minna Siszkin. Board of directors of the Miami Beach Zioni.t district will convene Monday evening *' "o'clock at the home of Abraham Goodman. 3355 Flamingo Drive. Jerk Burrit will preside. act harmful rumors," w hii o • and Lebanon will send J yrii tions to the countries^ofe America whose help the 1 will seek at the U. JJ Arabs The return of High rv • sioner Sir Alan G CunZT' and Lt. Gen. Gordon HA M Millan, Palatine military£ mander, from a four-day vis, Z London, where they J^ to have received new p„Cto curb error and halt illeg^' from the cenJr.^ £* was all discussion of th c ,Z they held with cabinet 0 S However, ,t is rumored military authorities are planning 3 ,rT. A enes of ac,ion s, to be called "Operation Thorn," 1Z at placing further restrictions on inter-urban movements. No per. sons would be allowed to leave their place of residence without special permission of the military authorities and no visas will be granted for visits abroad, even to England, without military eu. thonzation. Other reports say that the main body of British troops will be withdrawn to new installations being constructed in the Negev in order to reduce the targets of terrorist action. Only small garrisons will be left at strategic points. j Facsimile Editor To Talk j At Sholem Lodge Lunch "The Significance of Facsimile" will be the topic of a speech by Tun Sullivan at the next luncheon of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge this afternoon, 12:15 o'clock, at the Downtown Club. Mr, Sullivan is Miami Herald's editor of facsimile. Progress of the membership drive will be revealed at the luncheon with Colonel Isenberg, chairman, reporting. BZB Selects Entrants In Rose Chapter Contest Carol Aronovitz and Lois Nevins will represent BZB's in a debate contest sponsored by Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith. "That General Religious Education Should Be Introduced Into the Public School System" is the subject to be argued at the finals which will take place on the evening of April 27. Local Groups Sponsor FDR Memorial Service Miami Zionist district, B'nai Brith, Anti-Defamation League and Jewish People's Fraternal Order are among a group o. jivic organizations who wi' 1 sponsor a memorial service or President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Bayfront Park, April 12. t he second anniversary of his death Senator Claude Pepper, principal speaker, will be introduced by Mayor Perrine Palmer, J r serving as co-chairman. State Sen. D. C. Coleman has been named honorary chairman. Published every Friday elnea 'JJ by The Jewish Floridian


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APRIL 4. 194? *Jewi$ti McrBdIlan PAGE SEVEN ATTENTION Miami Beach Freeholders YOU ARE URGED TO VOTE TUESDAY, APRIL 8th AT BOND ELECTION FOR or AGAINST the Following Proposed Improvements 1. Improving Sanitary Sewer System $250,000. 2. Improving & Extending Water System $250,000. 3. Street Paving Projects $394,000. 4. Constructing an Auditorium $750,000. Polling Places Open 7:00 A. M. Until 7:00 P. M. PRECINCT 25—(51st Street to North City Limits) 69th ST. FIRE STATION—6860 Indian Creek Drive Precinct 26—(34th Street to 51st Street) SCHOOL AUDITORIUM—N. E. Cor. 41st St. and Chase Ave. PRECINCT 27 (23rd Street and Dade Blvd. to 34th Street) (including Belle and Venetian Islands) DADE BLVD. FIRE STATION—Cor. Dade Blvd. and Pine Tree Dr. PRECINCT 28—(15th Street to 23rd Street and Dade Blvd.) MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB HOUSE—Washington Ave. at 21st St. PRECINCT 29— (11th Street to 15th Street) CITY HALL FIRE STATION—12th St. at Washington Ave. PRECINCT 30—(7th Street to 11th Street) LUMMUS PARK LIFE GUARD STATION—10th St. and Ocean PRECINCT 31—(3rd Street to 7th Street) (including Star, Palm and Hibiscus Islands) OLD CITY HALL BLDG.—617 Collins Ave. PRECINCT 2 (3rd Street to South City Limits) POLICE TRAFFIC BLDG.— Ill Meridian Ave. CITY COUNCIL : CITY OF MIAMI BEACH



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PAGE EIGHT Klewlstinc rtdTton FRIDAY, APRIL 4, TEMPLE ISRAELSILVER JUBILEE WILL TAKE PLACE MAY 4 By H. A. BINDER The month of May 1922 marked the date when a few men of prophetic vision, desiring to worship under a form of religious service not then available to them in Miami, resolved to organize a liberal reform Jewish Congregation. Any attempt at this time to narrate the incidents of obstruction, antagonism, or hostility, which they encountered in order to attain their objective, would be but to relate the opposition in kind, and on a much broader front, facing the Reverend Rabbi Isaac Mayer Weiss, founder of Refnr m Judaism when he endeavored to establish, some 7o years ago, the first reform Jewish Congregation in America. !" But these Miamianc, hardy stalwart pioneer founders, undaunted in the face of discord, rivalry and resistance, giving unselfishly, unstintingly of their time, energy, efforts and means. succei led beyond their most sanguine dreams in building betan they then anticipated. In a< lowledgement of that perseverance, Temple Israel will comn i-morate their achievement An epoch-making event will be held May 4 at Hotel Columbus, when it is predicted that Its entire membership of almost 600 will assemble at a silver anniversary dinner. This affair will be in the nature of a tribute to the founders. the congregation's first president, Harry V. Simons, and every officer and member whose efforts during the past quarter of a century have been instrumental in establishing Temple Israel among the nation's outstanding spiritual and cultural edifices. At the silver anniveresary dinner verbal orchids will be conferred upon Mr. Simons and his successors, up to and includii g the current president. Judge Harold BSpaet—all of whom have labored untiringly in fulfilling the constant demands made upon them. Laudatory reference will be made to Tempi.' Israel's first Rabbi, Dr. Salo Stein, his successors up to the gracious and scholarly Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Ral in Emeritus, and to present dynamic and gifted spiritual leader. Rabbi Oilman A. Zwitman, the youngest Rabbi ordained, at age 24 graduated from the Jewish Institute of Religion. Rabbi Zwitman has resumed his pulpit after s( rving in the armed forces of our country as chaplain. A captain for three years, he received commendations from Generals Van Dusen and Sherrill and was signally honored on VE-Day when he was invited to conduct memorial service at West Point. PASSOVER GREETINGS T C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING & HEATING 1446 Alton Road. Miami Beach Phone 5-3700 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I I T J. J. F A R R E Y BUILDING INSPECTOR MIAMI BEACH A Most Happy Passover i %  i CORTEZ HOTEL Open the Ye:.: Around 241 N. E. 1st AVE. PASSOVER GREETINGS Operating three stores in Florida Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach I, can be truly said that Temple Israel has, during the pas garter of a century, conformed to the admonition voiced in tn first sermon delivered September 9 1826 by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, who took as his text "Our House Shall Be a House of Prayer for All Nations." The next 25 years will hold a challenge to accomplish more gloriously the founders' activities in the Vineyard of Temple l The present officers and direci irs have unreservedly pledged themselves to meet this challenge, The silver anniversary committee members are preparing for this festive occasion a program of music and entertainment. A speaker of national prominence will keynote the historic celebration. The committee is composed of Harry V. Simons, assisted by Leo Ackerman, Herman A. Binder, Harry rioyell, Jerry Cohen. Roba gngler Epstein, Herbert U. Pelbelman, Louis Gillman, Max Holt-i" rg, Arthur S. Kahn, Donald LaVigne, J. 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f iti.V. APRIL 4, 1947 -JmlslitkirMbMn PASSOVER QUIZ BOX By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX (Copyright, 1047, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) QUESTION: Why is the Passover evening ritual at the home called "Seder?" iJJsWER: The word "seder comes from a Hebrew root meanZ "order." Since the even.ngs ceremonies a re arranged in a cerjn ,„,(,, it is most fitting to „ tinword to denote the entire ceremony. Many have read jnt0 this notation the interpretation that it signifies the ideal 0 [ Jewish freedom. Even at the geder Table where the individuals are to be regarded at Iheii utmost liberty there was present, implying the [act thai there can be no freedom without order. • • • QUESTION: Why does the Elder wear a "Kitul" (white gown) at the Seder Table? ANSWER: It should be noted here that the white gown is worn instances, i. e., on the Day of Atonement, on the High Holidays by the Cantor, by religious grooms on their wedding day. It also is the shroud that is '.VOID by the dead. Many attribu ssociated with the white "Kitul." It possesses the Characteristic of an angel in its purity and cleanliness. It presents a universal outlook on the part of mankind when all arc garbed jn write, (specially in the coffin where all n en are considered equal. In relation to the Passover ceremony, it definitely implies the element of freedom, which is the theme of the Passover holiday. In certain ancient civilizations (inly the free men wore white tunics—while the serfs weie forbidden from wearing them. In the talmudic and early middle agi s the white frock was the symbol of the scholar in Jewish life. The older at the seder table, rej ting the ideal Jew, hence wi ars the cloak of distinction and purity. • QUESTION: Why was it specifically decreed that the Hagadah be read at night. ANSWER Many reasons have ivi it in, this custom. Some attributi I e choice of the night over the %  because of the TalPAGE NINE GEORGE LANGER (>wner THE SIGHS Y Not Incorporated 2950 N. W. 24th St. PHONE 3-3685 Exten to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons the Wish for A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER mudic insistence that tie Jews the left Egypt by night; also the last of the miracles was performed at night. Hence the ritual dedicates the "night of nights" and is hence in st recited in the evening. What might be added historically is the fact that in the days of the early Taanaim there was a period of severe persecutions against the Jews and they were forced to gather indiscriminately in cellars protected by the dark of the night to observe the study of Torah and its rituals. Thus the event recited in the Hagadah where the disciples of the Rabbis came to tell them that the time had arrived for the reading of the morning "Shema." Actually, historians say, it was a warning that the morning star had already come through the horizons and consequently they were in danger of being caught and severely punished. To commemorate the bravery oi these learned sages it may have then become a custom to always read the Hagadah by night. QUESTION' Why has it be come a custom for the youngsters to attempt ihe theft of the "Afikomen" in anticipation of a reward for its return? ANSWER: According to the original Biblical expressions and talmudic interpretations the eve of Passover served as the occasion for transmitting the miraculous account of our deliverance to the coming generations—i. e., our children. Consequently various devices were invented in order to maintain the interest of GREETINGS FRANK J. LOJACONO Manager GR O O V E R S PHARMACY 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 S Passover Kosher I Dairy Products Ask for and Demand from Your Grocer Sunny Brook's S OUR CREAM. 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iSS&'k—,-:;:^.^^*!:'.* nHflB|HBBHBMaB5Bi^H^ PAGE TEN >Jewish flcrjdiair^ Jtomt.uuLi m FATHER OF 'SPIRITUAL By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN Twenty years have passed since Ahad Ha'am died, at the aqe of seventy-one, in a house in Tel Aviv built on the street named in his honor, Rehov Ahad Ha'am. The past two decades have witnessed many cataclysmic changes. They marked t ne destruction of European Jewry, that had nurtured Ahad Ha am, and a time of growth in Eretz Yisrael, which he would not have believed possible in our time. And yet, twenty years after Ahad Ha'am's passing and forty, fifty and more years after the lirst publication of some of his basic utterances, his philosophy ot Zionism and interpretation of Judaism are still sound and timely. Nay, more than that. Nearly all articulate Jewish ideologists of our day have made Ahad Ha'am's concepts, ideas and terminology their own, to an extent where it is not infrequently forgotten that Ahad Ha'am coined those terms and forged those concepts while evolving a well-rounded philosoophy of Judaism. Ahad Ha'am is acclaimed as the "father of spiritual Zionism" and as the progenitor of modern Hebrew prose and journalism on its highest plane. He fully deserves these epithets. He evolved the concept of "the center of the Jewish spirit in Eretz Yisrael" (merkas haruhanee) and, in his capacity as editor of "Hashiloah," he set up new standards for Hebrew literature. But there was more to Ahad Ha'am than this. He was, above all, the first conscious and deliberate Jewish survivalist, the first articulate philosopher f Jewish survivalism. He viewed all Jewish situations and the manifestations of the creative Jewish spirit from the survivalist's point of view, weighing their merits in the scale of their contribution to the Jewish survival potential. Ahad Ha'am's program was "unconditional Jewish Survival." His critical approach extended to all nooks and corners of the Jewish past and present. He took little for granted, except the axiom that the Jewish people must live. To be sure, he fortified this dogma, formulated by the historical experience of the Jewish people, with a carefully constructed edifice of premises and conclusions. But essentially, and despite Ahad Ha'am's rational orientation of mind, Jewish survival was with him a matter of belief, thinged with romantic sentiments. Fifty years ago, when Ahad Ha'am assumed the editorship ol • %  Hashiloah," the Jewish survival prospects were still undimmed. But he sensed the crisis that was coming. He fell the sickness ol the Jewish soul, loin from its traditional moorings, although there were but isolated cases ol "Jewish self-hatred" in his day and integrated east European European Jewish world. He knew that Jewish survival is inclissolubly bound to Jewish distinctiveness and the things of the Jewish spirit. The things of the Jewish spirit —this was the great redemptive force and power in which Ahad Ha'am believed with unbroken faith. He counted as things of the Jewish spirit, all and everything of authentic Jewish nature created by the nation in its long career. Ahad Ha'am was far from being "religious" in the accepted sense. He knew well the many theories of religion and the various theses of "the origin of Judaism" created in the critical air of the 19th century. Despite this basic lack of "the religious spark" he defended, however, Jewish tradition and Jewish observances whenever the need arose. "More than Israel has preserved the Sabbath, the Sabbath has preserved Israel," was his watchword respecting J e w i s n tradition. Ahad Ha'am has been dubbed a "cultural Zionist." This epithet. however, should not lead anyone to conclude that Ahad Ha'am was blind to the realities of the political program of Zionism. He whole-heartdly advocated largescale Jewish colonization of Eretz Yisrael, regardless of whether the "charter" was secured or not. He was a political Zionist through and through—but he also was a realist. He did not overlook the fact which was frequently glossed over by Herzl's generation, that Zionism could not in tne foreseeable future solve the Jewish problem in its entirely. He insisted that the problem of the Galuth would remain with US, even after the establishment o. the Jewish state, as it was neither possible nor likely that all Jews would, or could, settle in its boundaries. The problem of "the negation of the Galuth" respectively "the affirmation of the Galuth" was frequently touched upon by Ahad Ha'am. He asserted that, as every Jew. lie. too, came naturally by "the negation of the Galuth" in principle—but he also pointed out that as a reality the Galuth cannot be negated; it exists. His program called for as large a Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisrael as possible, but he refused to write Galuth Jewry off the book. Instead, he delineated how to link the Jews of the diaspora firmly with the homeland, by making them fully share in its indigenous Hebraic culture. Ahad H'am the realist, knew that not all Jews could be physically transferred to Eretz Yisrael in our time, and so he demanded that Eretz Yisrael become the spiritual home, the soul-center of dispersed Jewry. He wanted to for RltT CONVAIESCEWCI ^OuowcCtM RayPark lealth fesort CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE, N. 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-mAV, APRIL 4, 1947 ^Jenislirkridiia/n JEWISH ram By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN We Jews have come a long way, trailing back some thirtyi.^la */Mir#irrt TYflTYl tnA KVIMIM iirVii^Vt — — 1 A\. PAGE ELEVEN e centuries, counting from the Exodus which marked the of our people in freedom and independence. By far the %  .X il,.-.i-A tVi \ri\rA i\rf* r-ontiiriocurarrt r> n %*4 U %  i birth judah and Benjamin, refused to .._ie amnncr thpir rnnbecome lost among their conrors. By the waters of Babyafter the destruction of and the Temple (586 better part of these thirty-five centuries were spent in exile and persecution. We could have ended this agony centuries or jnillenia ago. Some of us, or rather the majority of us, at one time did precisely that, to wit, the Ten Tribes who, within a short time of the fall of Samaria (722 B.C.) had become submerged among the populations of the Assyrian provinces where they had been deported. But the minority, the two tribes of ish people to live? As all faithful patriots, they were ready to lay down their lives for their people. But the ordinary kind of patriotism would not have sufficed to sustain them. For the Jewish martyr-heroes knew with utter certainty that their supreme sacrifice could give their people no this—worldly ease and salvation—on the contrary. And yet they walked readily and even joyfully the last mile to the pyres of the inquisition, to the gallows and to the deep rivers into which their bodies, heavily weighted with lead and iron, were thrown. They endured all this, and more, because they knew with utter certainty that Judaism is a goodly portion and that to be a Jew is a privilege of choice and distinction. They believed, in accordance with the Prophetic promise, that the world's redemption from brutal inhumaneness was up to Israel and its teachings of truth, justice and peace through which ultimately all of mankind will be led to the Mountain of the Lord and its air of perpetual peace and blessed plenty for all These Jews believed that the salvation'of the world and the ushering in of the Messianic age was solely up to them. In accordance with a pithy quei Ion Jerusalem B.C.). they declined to sing the Lord's sonfi on strange soil and vowed "Let my right hand forget her cunning if I forget thee, 0 Jerusalem, if I set not Zion above my chiefest joy." And to this oath we have remained faithful. To be sure, in every age and every country a few. and at times many, of us decided to throw off what to them seemed "the burden" of Jerusalem, but there was always a large number of faithful ones left to cany on. They followed their God "through fire and water." They submitted to the most agonizing tortures and to the most horrible kinds of death so that, through their individual martyrdom, the Jewish people might retain its spiritual-religious identity and integrity. No precise statistics are available on the Jewish martyrs who [ died for the "Sanctification of the Ineffable Name" throughout the ages—but they were millions. All of these men, women and children laid down their lives so that the Jew ish people might live. 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PAGE TWELVE WHITE HOUSE ASKED TO INTERVENE SOVIETS TO FIND 01 WASHINGTON (JTA). — The White House has been asked to intervene with the Soviet Union to ascertain the whereabouts of Raoul Wallenberg, young Swedish diplomat, who rescued thousands of Jews from the Hungarian fascists and the Gestapo in wartime Budapest, it was learned this week. He was last seen in the Hungarian capital in January, 1945. Wallenberg, who was educated in the United States, went to Budapest from Stockholm in July. 1944, at the instance of Iver Olson, then War Refugee Board representative in Sweden. He carried Swedish diplomatic credentials, but actually his role was undercover agent for President Roosevelt in rescuing Jewish refugees from the Nazis and Hungarian fascists, and his activities were financed by the War Refugee board. He is officially credited with saving more than 20.000 Jews and with being indirectly responsible for rescuing at least 100.000 more, through his courage and ingenuity. He provided these refugees with Swedish documents of protective citizenship. The question is whether Wallenberg was murdered by Hungarian fascists or taken into custody by the Russian NKVD. presumably on suspicion of espionage. However, Budapest has been permitted by the Soviet military authorities to hold a memorial service for him, and to name a street in his honor. His family is convinced that he is still living. His half-brother, Guy von Dardel, an engineer of Stockholm, has come to the United States to spearhead American efforts in his behalf. Wallenberg's mother. Mmc M i von Dardel, was assured by th< Soviet Ambassador to Stockholm Mme. Alexandra Kollontai, soon after his disappearance, that hewas alive and safe. Moscow hanever officially admitted holding Wallenberg as a prisoner or asserted that he had engaged ir cspionaue. Von Dardel has cited an official statement by S VicMinister of Foreign Affairs Dekanosov. on Jan. IT. 1945. that Wallenberg and his property are under Russian protection luting a theory that he ave I ei n killed by Huni fascists during i i %  -a ge of Budapest. An oficial of the Swedish legation hi re said that the Russians "have never publisl ed any facts to support reports of Wallenberg's d< ath." The legation spokesman thai Wallenberg was last seen Jan. IT. 1945. under the motorcycle escort of three Soviet offiOlsen, who is now connect, d with the Economic and Social Council of tl e Unite I Nations, belli at the Russianmay have arrested Wallenberg in end!-. A Slate Department official who knew Wallenberg in Stockholm believes the Russians' mistake has proved so embarrassing that they do not know how to extricate themselves. This official calls Waller berg 'a mar. in 8 million." Wallenberg has been reported Chechoslovakian camp maintained hy he Russians, in the Ukraine and u, Estonia. The current report „,,., Estonia, wl ich appeared in StOCkholf newspaper, is beinfc investigated by the Swedish Foreign Office. Olson stresses that the United States shares moral responsibility In trying to find Wallenberg, since the War Befti.,.,. board sent him to Nazi-ridden Budapest in 1944. ••Wallenberg," O 1 s e n says. 'worked 24 hours a day for more han six months. He ran a reguar compound of apartment houses filled with thousands of .eople, whom he fed. clothed and .rotected against marauding of Arrow Cross Fascists. Many times he rushed to raiload depots to snatch men, .v.imer. and children from deportation trains on the way to extcrnination camps in Germany." ILJLII "ill" IIIII %  n ..iiJ ..II!.. in IIIII iimi||iiiimi mum m niiirlllllii "IIMUiii,* Two war savings bonds bearing numbers Q658 727 646E and Cl 15 501 460E are being held al the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge offices for Emily Sue Perlman or co-owner Mrs. Edith Perlman. The last known address of the owner was 4425 Alton Road. Anyone knowing of the whereabouts of Miss Perlman is asked to contact Mr. Charles R. Jacobson, executive director. ASTOR HOTEL 956 WASHINGTON AVE. M. B.. Presents The Well Known Palestine Cantor. Radio and Concert Singer MORDECAI YARDEINI TO CONDUCT THE SERVICES AND PERFORM SEDURIM AT THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS 3 Meals Daily Strictly Kosher Also Accept European Plan "Good Cooked Food" At Prices You Like to Pay SOUTHWIND RESTAURANT CHARLES ANTHONY MANAGEMENT (Formerly "THE BOAT" 1658 Alton Road—Just north oi Lincoln Road PARTIES CALL 5-9883 HELENE HOTEL 10J0 15th Street MIAMI BEACH Under Supervision of EHRENRICH. formerly of Fcrndnle. N. Y Now Accepting Reservations ior the PASSOVER HOLIDAYS STRICTLY KOSHER PHONE 5-5785 WANTED PERSON WITH CAR TO TRANSPORT CHILDREN TO AND FROM HEBREW KINDERGARTEN In Mornings at 9 A. M. and 12 Noon PHONE 2-1082 THE ROBERT CLAY HOTEL DINING ROOM 129 S. E. Fourth Street—Dallas Park Now Available for LUNCHEON MEETINGS RECEPTIONS — BANQUETS — WEDDINGS BALLROOMS ALSO AIR-CONDITION til) Phone Mi AIM ..ins—3-2001 — For Reservations A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MIAMI FLORAL CO. Established 1906 Flowers For All Occasions Telegraph Delivery Service 111 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6823 1690 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-9305 Cuisine the Finest Southwest Kosher Meal Market. Ine. 1007 S. W. 27th Avenue CARRYING A FULL LINE OF THE FINEST Kosher Meats and Poultry FREE DELIVERY! Phones 4-3926 4-7377 Courteous Treatment — Give Us a Trial and Be Convinced Under the Strict Supervision GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Directo FT HE 0/UfUuJ MANNING *S k SIAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE W £&? "THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY %  &*& %  r ... SLEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" yC/ ~ CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN -^ \k\i:\ FRANK HARMEY, *•, MANAGING DIRECTOR £ A f, ,Lg l }& OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 1200 NOON J\4 P kW W 29 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD V> v. S DINNERS SERVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT ^V, v'('r,iP RF5FRVAT|ONS--q-l?44 NATIONAL DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Delicious food, efficient service, popular pricio Sandwiches, wine and bear. Lunches to take out. Jewish and American cooking. We Cater to Partiei. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS SLKVINO ... •, y FLORIDA'S r I N t S T AMIRIC AN JIWISH. OlMKCt r. ID iFtfi ii vvj'.v.v uicV REVL1N HOTEL Collins Avc. at 13th St. MIAMI BEACH OUR KOSHER DINING ROOM IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SERVING PASSOVER MEALS TO THE PUBLIC De Luxe Full Course Dinners Served From 5 to 8 P.M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED NOW OPEN ENJOY A REAL GOOD JEWISH KOSHER MLAL AT THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1264 Steaks. Chops. Chicken and Fine Choice of Other Dishes Reservations Suggested Served Tom 5:30 to 8 P.M. S TR A N D RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach Open All Year ROYAL BUNGABIA?! STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR WILL Bt SERVED DELUXE FULL COURSE DINNERS WILL Bt. 764 Washington Avenue (Across from the Blackstone Hotel) BELVEDERE HOTEL MIAMI BEACH 843 EUCLID AVENUE • !" Now Accepting Reservations for ,he PASSOVER HOLIDAYS STRICTLY KOSHLH PHONE 5-1103 Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nute-^ 1 YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NE1 may be obtained at the QtticateMen and ReUai^ 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 Exclusive Distributors STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS, Incorporated 47 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-1783 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic



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pprnAY, APR IL 4, 1947 fJewisii fhrkG&gj PAGE THIRTEEN LEADERS OF WOMEN'S DIVISION IN CJA DRIVE (Lef! to right) Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chairman. Beach section; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, genera! chairman; Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman, speci al gifts, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman. Town section. | Goodman Leads Zionist, BJE Youth Symposium S. A. Goodman, chairman of the I Zionist Youth Commission, will be moderator at a symposium presented in the forum series sponsored by the Bureau of JewI ish Education and Miami Beach Zionist distiiet at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Wednesday cveI ninR, April 9. "American Jewish Youth and Zionism" will be the topic discussed by representatives of the young people's groups who will participate in the program, including Florence Stein, Jrunior Hadassah: Charles Freefield, Masada; Miriam Foit. Habonim, and Harold Rubel, Hashomcr Hatzair. A HAPPY PASSOVER y LULA JONES Flowers for All Occasions Delivery Cut Flowers — Potted Plants Corsages — Funeral Designs Weddings — Parlies 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790-Phones— 2-5384 Workmen's Circle Seder Branch 699, Workmen's Circle, will celebrate the Passover holiday at a Seder, Sunday, April 13, at 7 p. m. in the Miami YM&WHA. Members of the Ladies club will attend. Reading of the Haggadah and presentation of a cultural program will be given by Mordcha Globerman, Arbeiter Ring school teacher. Q. What is the Afikomen? A. During the early part of the Seder service it is customary for the head of the household to break the middle of the three matzot into half, to wrap part of it in a napkin and to lay it aside, to be consumed at the end of the repast, in order that the meal should end with matzot. (Hence it is called "afikoman" or "dessert"). DUMA'S NURSERY 3801 N. W. 36th Ave. 8-1797 Citrus and Tropical FRUIT TREES Ornamental Shade Trees and Shrubbery [ 600 N. W. 10th Street EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Telephone 3-6332 Critic Analyzes Wynd Novel For AJC Women Mrs. I. M. Weinstein has selected "Black Fountains," a novel by Oswald Wynd, for the eleventh in a series of book reviews for the Miami Beach Women's division of American Jewish Congress. The group will meet Wednesday afternoon, April 9, at the National hotel auditorium, 17th and Collins ave., at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Weinstein will be presented by Mrs. Leonard Kimball, project chairman. TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER RUBIN'S BODY AND FENDED WORKS WRECKS REBUILT Your Satisfaction—Our Pleasure (On the MacArthur Causeway) 130R N. E. BAYSHORE CT. PHONE 2-6611 PASSOVER GREETINGS HI NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER — 1 ^ ^ ^ %  %  PENINSULAR SUPPLY COMPANY JOBBERS OF PLUMBING AND BUILDING MATERIALS PHONE 2-7421 2247 N. W. 17th Avenue Miami 37. Fla. Sufis/unes fas/uons ty We Extend the Seasonal Greetings For A Very Happy PASSOVER TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI CRUSHED STONE CO. PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading oi Cars or Trucks 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue. Miami P. O. Box 451. South Miami Branch PHONES: 4-2581—4-2582 and we pray that the coming year will be a peaceful and fruitful one! i{J



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PAGE FOURTEEN vjtnist Hcridiar it raiD AY. APRIL 4, PASSOVER AND JEWISH ETERNITY (Continued From Page 11) its majestic supremacy—and so they died with the declaration "The Lord Our God is One!" on their lips. "But all this was in the past" ... the skeptic will say. Today. all civilized nations and monotheistic creeds are arrayed in support of the ethics of Judaism. So may not the Jews now lay their vigilance to rest and close the book of separatist suffering for the sake of the "Kingdom of God?" Such questions are frequently asked by Jews and non-Jews who feel that, so far as its "mission" is concerned. Judaism has run its course and may retire from the world's stage. In point of fact, however, the "mission" of Judaism is today as unrealized as it was in the days of the Prophets. If anything, the callous indifferI ence and rapaciousness of the industrial age and the brutality of modern warfare, to say nothing of the perversion of technique to serve destructive rather than constructive purposes, prove that, now if ever. Judaism is called I upon "to be a light unto the nations" who grope in darkness. "The modern crisis." or as some prefer to call it. "the predicament of modern man." is essentially the failure of technological society to control "the machine" with humane reason and ethics. As a result, we have created a "power civilization" which is purely "sensate" and which, like a Golem of sheer brute feme. %  'ens to consume mankind. its creator. This and nothing is ;'t the root uf thi I dy of our war-torn and war-ravaged Id. now generally realized that military vicl iry is nut en %  %  %  must be won—and secured for theful "The foundations of lasting peace." ever, on which so many b and essays have been written in n ; embedded in force and power and cannot be I larded by armies of occupaj "The foundations of last' PASSOVER !*&;$,$ oOar Great u)# nttty alt j tiuux* Q. What does "Seder" mean. A. "Order." It refers to the order in which the home f< tival sei vice is arranged, When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some MORE yah" cog** Alka-Seltzer AT All DR'JC STORES ing peace" are justice and humaneness — brotherliness and neighborly love. Three thousand years ago, the Prophets of Israel taught, in simple, straightforward language. what contemporary philosophers now elaborate in imig books—namely, that our HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 civilization has suffered shipwreck because we placed our trust in "progress." "power." "technique" and "speed" rather than in goodness 6f the heart and humaneness of the spirit. Q.' What is an "omer?" A. An ancient Hebrew dry measure of approximately onehalf gallon. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. DESKS EXECUTIVE TYPIST RECEPTIONIST STUDENT CHAIRS EXECUTIVE TYPIST STRAIGHT New Walnut Straight and Arm Chairs AVERY OFFICE SUPPLIES, Inc. 55 S. W. FIRST STREET Phones 9-0398 and 9-9925 OPEN.NO SOON 2914 PO-NCE OE iXSS^^TS^TCSZ GRADE "A** PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI MILK — CREAM ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 Fratority Plans Dance To Raise Funds For CJA Arrangements for a dance to benefit the combined Jewish Appeal are being completed this week by the Fratority of Temple Beth Sholom. The affair will be held at Servicemen's Pier, Miami Beach, on April 19, 8:30 p. m. Stanley Burns and Mildred Goldberg, co-chairmen of the dance committee, will be assisted by Dorothy Rader, publicity and entertainment; Harriet Gettesman, tickets; Lee Aronoff, door, and Arnold Marks, refreshments. Lift Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Bitcayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Call 4-7485 for SOLAR HEATER HELP! Repairs of All Kinds Electrolysis Bushings Boosters Installed Solar Water Service DON S. COLEMAN DISCOVER ACKERMAN'S The New Yarn store Full Lin. of 100% J„, MfU Order. Fill,,, Tailort' Suppiu, Sp.n f l es B*** "nwwtonti N. i. Trimmings Store 502N.MU m iA,..p h 9 l BEN ESSEN Keystone • PHONE 3-6824 PAINTING AND Decorating \. INTERIOR and \ EXTERIOR .. LICENSED and INSURED ... GUARANTEED flWORK... No Job Too Ltrga or Tot 8mn Ettimatat Cheerfully Qlvm



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FpmAY^ APglL 4, 1949 *• Jewish ttorictiagi PAGE FIFTEEN Argentine Parliament Make Catholic Public Instruction Compulsory BUENOS AIRES (JTA)-Beatine down all attempts to modify he measures, the chamber of deputies recently adopted a bill m ak.ng permanent a 1943 emergency decree providing for compulsory Catholic religious education in Argentine schools. The bill, which is certain of approval in the senate, permits children whose parents do not wish them to receive Catholic instruction to attend classes in ethics. However, the deputies defeated an amendment which would have allowed non-Catholics to receive instruction from clergymen of their own faith. Separation of the church and the schools has been observed here since 1884. No efforts were made to change the law until 1928 when the Catholic church began campaigning for religious instruction in the schools. However, the liberal majority which prevailed in parliament until the revolution of 1943 barred amendment of the 1884 statute. (In April, 1946, the DAIA, central body of Argentine Jewry, urged all Jewish parents to register their children as Jews with the school authorities, so that they would be exempt from Catholic instruction. Some parents had failed to ask exemptions for their children, fearing that to do so would set them apart from their classmates.) ORKIN Uses Scientific Methods To Destroy the Thieving lat Don't lat rats destroy your property, threaten your health. Have your building Rat Controlled by Orkin. Phone 3-4848 449 W. Flagler St. tomilll '111 COMTIOl HAVANA ALL EXPENSE CRUISES PLANE BOAT 4750 rT50 up *up plus Tax For Immediate Resarvatlons Wylly's Tours — Phone — 514 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 58-2176 5-7865 OPEN EVENINGS IN THE MAIL Miami Beach, April 1, 1947. Editor, Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: In your edition of Friday, March 28, there appeared a Vaad Hakashruth letter signed by four honorable gentlemen. I would like to recall the following incident: When Rabbi Weisfeld first came to Miami about 16 or 18 years ago, he tried to organize a Vaad Hakashruth. At a meeting at .the Beth David synagogue, he appointed a Kashruth committee of twelve. A certain Mr. I. C. was named chairman of that committee, but Mr. C. refused to accept. One of the committecmen arose and said: "Rabbi Weisfeld, please don't accept his refusal." Rabbi Weis-( feld didn't. However, Mr. C. refused again to accept and Rabbi Weisfeld again appointed him. After this had gone on four or five times, Mr. C. arose and said, "Rabbi, you are compelling me to admit something that hurts me, and that is, that since childhood I have not eaten Kosher. How, then, can I be the chairman of the Kashruth committee?" At this point all 12 men arose and said, "In that case, we must all resign, as none of us is kosher." Now I would like to ask these four honorable gentlemen who signed this Vaad Hakashruth letter, together with Rabbi Rackovsky, if they, too, have the courage to admit that they are not kosher. Respectfully, MAX FEIT. Veterans of World War II who have allowed their National Service Life Insurance policies to lapse since separation from the service have only until Aug. 1, 1947, to apply for reinstatement of their policy without physical examination. PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. 3rd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 9-0665 RED CROSS REACHES 64% IN CURRENT DRIVE Latest available figures released earlier this week showed Dado county's 1947 Red Cross fund campaign at the 64.7 per cent mark, according to H. H. Hyman, general chairman of the local drive. With $194,782.29 raised, the drive still needed $106,217.71 to reach the $301,000 quota here. Added impetus was given the drive this week as Miami and Jacksonville entered into a race to the finish. Following the first day of interchanging reports between the two cities, Jacksonville held a narrow lead over Miami, having collected $146,000—or 68.5 per cent of its $218,238 quota. Despite Jacksonville's lead in per cent of quota obtained, Miami has obtained $48,782 more than its rival city and has a larger quota by $87,762. Fraternal Youth Group Sponsors Annual Dance Dancing under the stars will feature the annual affair of the Youth Group of Jewish People's Fraternal Order, Saturday, April 19, on the patio of Hotel Edwards. Jerry Mann's band will provide the music. Tickets may be purchased from members of the social committee. Dux Officers Installed At Anniversary Banquet Officers of the Dux club were installed at their first anniversary banouct at the Downtown club on March 22. Maurice Grossman, Miami Y executive director, spoke. Dan Rosenthal, activities director, served as toastmastcr. Charles Valis, retiring president, turned over his gavel to Alan Greenfield. Others who accepted tenure of office were: Sanford Samel, vice president; Bert Michels, secretary; Marvin Valis, treasurer; Irving Larido, corresponding secretary, and Henry Weiss, sergeant at arms. PASSOVER GREETINGS FAMOUS BAKING CORP. 463 W. Flagler St. 3-8146 Specializing in Hotel and Restaurant Service Bread Rolls Cakes MELNICK-FRIEDMAN Proprietors Vegetarians Hold Seder A traditional seder has been arranged by the Vegetarian Society of Miami Beach for tomorrow evening at the Star Restaurant, 841 Washington Ave. Mr. Meyer Kohn will officiate at the service beginning at 7:30 p. m. Q. What Jewish custom does the Cup of Elijah typify? A. It is emblematic of hospitality. The Seder service begins with an invitation to those who are hungry to enter and to celebrate Passover. SEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street FLORIDA PROVISION CO.. Inc. 1721 N. W. 7th Ave. MIAMI Dr. BEN MILLER (U. S. Navy Dental Corps—1944-46) ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES FOR THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Lincoln Building 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Phone 5-9805 EV ENING HOURS 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. Flagler St., Miami FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 78-2972 DR. S. KREISLER DENTIST Announces the Opening of His Office for the General Practice of Dentistry 1575 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 58-9590 Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years oi Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY Collins Transport & Tradins, Inc. It Happy lo Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789. Pier 1. Bldg. 8. Municipal Docks LEO EISENSTEIN • ifou*** Will G.ve Prompt Personal Attention to All Your 3o p 9 h unco?„ 7 R 6 o 8 .dR[AL ESTATE PROBLEMS M ,Tve e^Kpenenee in Bu.lding Construction on r^l_B.a.h__ TOUBY BUNTING CORP. CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Deposit. PHONE 2 4128 85c 75c PHONE 3-4627 DIA MOND | I CAB A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitefish-Pike-Ca p P FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries, Inc. 360 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONES—3-5514—3-5515-3-5516 m 35COO ItcftsiD AmktmnCmm$ms 669 H.W.6* StfL MAMI M. FLORIDA t



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jen Is* fkrtcRHi y* I. P. ST. BOATS Pier No. 1. Municipal Docks MIAMI !t I: SEAMON & VERNOFF REAL ESTATE BROKERS 1434 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH T CONGREGATION BETH R ^ACOB. X 301-311 Washington areMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloif. Cantor Loins D. %  *• Passover services will be held Friday and Saturday eventagstf 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday minings at 6.30a nd ^" am ; Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Saturday morning on the subject. •An Old Text" and Sunday morning on the theme: Th(Road to Liberation." Cantor Feder will chanl the services, toterrnediate congregation for teen-agers will be held at 9 a.m both mornings in the community building. Junior services tor children of clcmmtary school age will he held both mornings at 10 a.m. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclia a„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Mincha service, (i p m., followed by Maanv. Rabbi Rackovskv will preach al all Passover services. Saturday first minvon. 6:30 a.m.: second minyon, 8:30 a.m. Mincha, 5 p.m. the rabbi will discuss the portion of the week. Daily services. < to 8 a.m. Evening services ,ii 6 15 p.m., followed by a study of Mishma. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in the study of the laws of Passover. I2^lAPRn 4 y & Biscayne Boulevard p hone ^ CUSTOMS BROKER — STEVEDORES Operating on City Dock and Terminal Dock City Dock Phone 9-3401 Terminal Dock Phone 3-7748 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL r I MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 171h ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Passover services Friday. 6:15 p.m.. and Saturday morning. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Bitterness." Mincha at 6:15 p.m. Services Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Sweetness." Mincha at 6:15 p.m. Services will be chanted by Cantor Samuel Salkow. formerly of Hartford. Conn. Psalm reading 5:30 p.m. both days. Daily services. 7 to 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches. Passover will be ushered in on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. Services will be held Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro's theme for discussion will bi in to Come." The floral offering will be made by Mrs. Harry Green in memory of her son and parents. Student services Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30. n I, Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload ii! Phone 3-6491 2186 N. W. 13th Avenue SCHIFF'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET 1600 Lenox Ave. MIAMI BEACH Hi MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel Sloan, executive director. Friday evening candle lighting time. 6:21 p.m. First seder service 6:30 p.m. Saturday, lust day Passover service. 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach i n "Beware of the Plague." Second seder service. 6:30 p.m. Rabbi will discuss "The Adventure of Freedom." Choi Hamoed Passover. Men,lay. April 7. through Thursday April 10. Evening service. April 10. 6:30 p.m. Seventh dav Passover service, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "A Toast to the' Future. Eight!, day service, 9 a.m. the Rabbi will discuss "Lest We forget—A Memorial Sermon." Mem..rial services (Yiskor) 10:30 a.m. Evening service, 6:30 pin. Cantor Goldring and the center choir will officiate at all Passover services. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOYKR SUTTON JEWELRY COMPANY Successors to "Whalers" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-S996 Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIBER AL Leln Krnni !*?? ? H hOM ; 4 J 44 Ch s !" Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. h.H n o a c-r VnmL: < / X P!' 1 4, „ C Pm c ".^ational seder will be hed at 6:30 p.m. Sabbath P vet service. Rabbi Leon Kronish wil speak n "Are We Witnessing the Writing of a NewHaiS" Religious school Pas S mday, April 6. 10 45 an Regular religious schoo bi [in at 10 a %  „. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions ol all services. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Manufactured By The OLD HOLLAND CHEMICAL CO., Inc. "The All-Purpose Soap Powder" Specially Manufactured for Use in Hard Water i' 1684 N. W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 4-3740 R FFHR Ml TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st Miami B.KK; r i Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi erne" tu T. **** C lman A First night of Passover. April 4, Sundown service at fi n m Passover Congregational Seder at 6:30 p.m. On h, firs ,, P V Passover, the Passover ritual and Torah so,-vicew 1 bheld a i a.m Thursday at 8:15 p.m., concluding eve of festival M* on Friday at n a m. Rabbi Zwitman wul P^cVWIhe^rvicS fuSPKiS BSJT^ 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderd. le wAK%T^bbt P Saa 4 b 'wTbe 1 nTctt IT !" "V !" "What Good Is Freedom When Y ,u Ilav %  '* Th'"' P """ ih n begin at 5:30 p.m. in order to perm," • bes of Th. JS !" Wl11 to observe their seder at home o, t h %  ( '" n K'Ration I Sunday morning, April 6 atT am a ccru'Tn^'• dmn '''' n take place at the Temple. "' l lal ''"'"-'en's Seder will JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTErToF HOLLYWnnn ^ Kaufman, rabbi and executive director MOLLY WOOD. Dr. Max conduct the services speakta/on "The^eaSirlli ?D K:,uf ,i,n will urday morning services, 10 a.m Second d g Po Pa8S0V *r" Sat6:30 p.m. Sunday school at 10^30 Passov services at INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 u. PASSOVER GREETINGS %  II i E y A Happy Passover to All r M B TIP TOP TRIM SHOP PHONE 48-1745 3217 S W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER'TO" ALL* 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS PHONE 5-3411 To All a Most HAPPY PASSOVER S. L FREEL %  f A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SERVICE ENGRAVING GO. PHOTO-ENGRAVERS DESIGNERS ILLUSTRATORS PHONE 3-2455 Herald Building Plenty of Parking Space for Customers It Is with Pleasure to EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE y MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL GREETINGS y* HIT I. ME! ADDBAR HOTEL MIAMI BEACH



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jUPAY, APRILi^ REPORTS POST-WAR INCREASE tmisii Ifkrilm PAGE SEVENTEEN (Jewish By BEATRICE HEIMAN Telegraphic Agency Correspondent) WASHINGTON (JTA)—The final report of the Fair Employnent Practices committee, just issued by^ the White House, eports "marked" post-war increase in employment discriminated, the report warns against L-uptmn of tensions in against Jews. Covering the period up to June 30. 1946, when the committee ment of Jewish applicants, and ;aid as elsewhere that employers' demands governed their action." The Chicago Bureau of Jewish Employment Problems especially studied the extent of anti-Jewish discrimination in the Chicago area and reported "a sharp upward trend in Chicago's loosening labor market." An FEPC field report from Minneapolis stated that "the major problems in the field of human relations in Minneapolis are not heavily reflected in Negrowhite relations, but are essentially of an anti-Semitic nature. In 1945, anti-Semitic activities broke out into the open there were assaults on individual Jews and particularly Jewish children in the parks. Other evidences of anti-Semitism were to be found in the distribution of scurrilous literature and in the expressions of teachers in classrooms." future th L> y. did J m re L, "0 American cities after the World War." While noting L aeed for local action, and hanges in community attitudes, fce report emphasizes the basic eessity for "a strongly exjssed and federally adminisEred policy around which such fctionand opinion may be orientand given sanction." [The FEPC liberally uses maInal gathered in the employment Ley nu.de in 15 cities by the laiional Community Relations jvisory council, and which cov._ approximately 80 per cent the Jewish population of the kuntrv. The three major confusions of the study are cited as 1) There has been a marked rise [discriminatory practices against kws since V'-J day which is kely to be further accelerated I manpower shortages are eased. (Discrimination against Jewish ar veterans follows the same ^ttcin and occurs with the same equency as against non-vetans. 3. The amount of disbmination in cities with strong EPC's is fai lower than in other ties and suggests that such legJation dors succeed in reducing crimination." St. Louis council of the neriean Jewish Community Reions council prepared a report the FEPC which described Iti-Jewish discrimination in the Louis area as "less intense for colored workers, but ch more severe than discrimit Catholics." similar study conducted for (FEPC in Detroit by the JewCommunity council revealed at Jewish workers in the Dearea experience comparable faculties in obtaining jobs. The ny employment agency heads erviewed admitted freely their attitudes toward the placeRICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 GREETINGS For the PASSOVER SEASON IDA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Upholstering 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 GREETINGS [MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Scybold Building PHONE 3-7020 SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 MERE THE ELITE MEET' SHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A.M. 15 NE 3rd Avenue Elks Club Building j Authentic Chinese Dishes JUNCHEONS — DINNERS r* Pul Up to Take Out PHONE 2-2277 EMUS and [HENRY'S SERVICE STATION 904 Filth Street MIAMI BEACH Wish All k c "lf lr Customers PASSOVER GREETINGS RUSSELL'S TROPICAL FRUIT JUICES. Inc. Manufacturers of TROPICAL FRUIT and VEGETABLE JUICES Fresh Fruit Concentrates Fruit Syrups and Fruit Pulps For Ice Cream Manufacturers and Bottlers 1166 S. W. FIRST ST. PHONE 9-3449 BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. All Kinds of Hauling Courteous Service 1109 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4768 HEADS JWB CAMPING DEPARTMENT PASSOVER GREETINGS WALTER A. FREDRICH'S MARKET 680 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-2377 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER RED ROAD LIQUOR STORE Mr. and Mrs. Saul Greiff 2036 Red Road SINCEREST PASSOVER GREETINGS M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958 Abe Bonder, who has just been appointed camp consultant io the Jewish Center Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board. In this position he heads JWB's camping department, which provides technical assistance to Jewish Centers and other organizations which operate or plan to sod up camps for Jewish children. To Our Many Friends We Wish A Most Happy Passover Electrix Appliance Repair Shop 2761 S. W. 27th Avenue JEWELS SILVER WORK OF ART Furniture, Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1130 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Business Phone 58-1025 A. SCHORR, Representative Residence Phone 2-2503 PASSOVER GREETINGS SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO. 2330 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 SEASON'S GREETINGS DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Cakes and Sweet Rolls A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC TRAIL PONTIAC. INC. 1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576 TO ALL... PASSOVER GREETINGS LIBERTY SQUARE 6306 N. W. 14th Ave. GREETINGS to our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. Postal Building MIAMI, FLORIDA DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FLOOR FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI SANDING ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC. 2131 N. W. 51st St. Phone 7-3544 SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP GO. 28 S. W. 4th Street 3-0816 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER BERKLEY LTD., INC. WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shop" 836 LINCOLN ROAD Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-7896 GREETINGS FINE WINES IMPORTED LIQUORS LI 309 N. W. 9th Avenue



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_! %  I %  i : %  %  PAGE EIGHTEEN *Jmistncridiain_ raiDAY, APRi 4, HEBREW UNIVERSITY LEADERS PLAN FIRST PALESTINE MED SCHOOL ABOARD OF COVER HOU%^njH^\ Best Wishes For A HAPPY SEASON Dade Paper & Bag Co. 144 N. E. 21st Street MANUFACTURING CO. PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street PASSOVER GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 — 2-0887 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 16 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717 "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS" PALLAS The Most Unique Restaurant In Cosmopolitan Miami ATHENA Open Daily from 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. 224 W. Flagler St Educational and medical experts from both Hada*tah and the Hebrew University converge in New York to further $4,000,000 American fund-raining effort for Palestine Medical School • Hebrew University Board of Governors meeting is held in New York from March 23-26. the first time the Board of Governora haa ever met in the United States. The visitor* will bo the guests of the Medical School Campaign at • dinner to be held in their honor • Wednesday, March 26. Among late visitors from Pairstine are (top, left to right): Dr. Saul Adler, F.R.S., O.B.E, Chairman of the Postgraduate Faculty of Medical Research; Dr. Haim Yassky, Director of the Hadaisah Medical Organization in Palestine; Dr. David W. Senator, O.B.E., Administrator of the University; and (bottom) t Dr. Bernhard Zondrk, head of the University'a Hormone Research Laboratory; Sir Leon Simon, C.B., Chairman of the Executive Council of the H.U.; and Dr. Michael Fekete, Rector of the Univeriity. TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Ave. Miami Beach GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 BEST WISHES TO ALL nu N.L2ndAVL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanki Traps and Regulators 331 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Sired Phone 4-2201 Phone 3-4860 NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL DUFFEY CONSTRUCTION CO., I 1452 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-4153 GENERAL CONTRACTOR If You Are Going lo Sell Your Car SEEE US For Highest Cash Dollar ALFRED C. COURIC 745 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 2-1672 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BILL BATTCOCK Interiors Exteriors 529 N. E. 62nd Street PHONE 78-1515 PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. First Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-5734 EXCAVATING HAULING Call 3-0306 CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 224 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami, Florida C. A. 01 1837 S. W. 11TH TERRACE SEASON'S GREETINGS EMPLOYERS SERVICE Miami s Leading Personnel Service Serving only better firms. Office personnel. All types hotel help. Industrial help. CALL 3-0822 615 Seybold Building SEASON' GREETINGS.. INCORPORATED PLUMBERS 218 N. E. Sixth Street phone 241H



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LDAY^APRIL 4, 1947 ""Jewisti fhridHain PAGE NINETEEN .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. Muctey Confidential (Copyright, 14, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON .ROADWAY GOSSIP I Charlie Chaplin expect.ng to looen his new picture in New S before Passover Laura IJ Hobson. author of the bestI Piling "Gentleman's Agreement, Ii that rare specimen-a writer |!ho turns down all lecture dates | Miss Hobson says that she s hut' all she has to say in her Ihook • Eddie Cantor will bring afew laughs to harassed Palestine if he decides to make that ItriD Mischa Elman and Leonlard Bernstein will participate in %  the second annual International %  Wic Festival at Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 8-28 Lieutenlants Pe'e and Dave Gimbel, sons %  of Bernard Gimbel and Hank iGreenbere's brothers-in-law, asSigned to Tokyo duty Jascha iHeifetz and Artur Rubinstein are %  featured in United Artists' "CarInegie Hall"—a film with someIthing entirely new in sound production %  Abe Burrows has Iquit the writer's job with the Dinah Shore radio show Jules Jrtunshin, cx-GI comic sensation Ifrom the "Call Me Mister" cast, be opening his own radio show this summer Zero Mostel, zany nightclub comic, is a painter by avocation Even has his own studio SPORT NOTES W. Edward ("Eddie") Robinson, probable starting first baseman for the Cleveland Indians, serves as athletic director of the Beth Tfiloh Community Center in Baltimore during the winter months Although he isn't Jewish himself, Eddie has won the respect and affection of the center's membership and staff CZECHS ANNOUNCE RESTITUTION LAW PRAGUE (JTA).—The Czechoslovakian Government this week pledged that the restitution law affecting political and religious victims of fascism will not be changed. The announcement followed a meeting between representatives of the Council of Jewish Community councils and leading governmental figures and heads of major political parties. It is a pleasure to extend lo all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER ROBBINS ROOFING 4 SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street PHONE 2-3705 |T. W. Mills AH. Becker U! lutomobile Painting 745 N. W. 54th Street MIAMI To Our Friends And Acquaintances A Most Happy Passover "VANCE FOR VALUES" CHESTER A. VANCE REALTOR 216 Coral Way CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-0864 ii! PASSOVER GREETINGS UMBERTO HAIR FASHION 3911 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1040 PASSOVER GREETINGS CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and pawn Butter Sandwich* GREETINGS R. C. FLEEMAN Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. A HAPPY PASSOVER MOONEY IRON WORKS Machine Shop 1299 N. W. 29th Street PHONE 2-7583 PORTABLE EQUIPMENT Acetylene and Electric Welding A. L. DAVIS, Jr. WANTED Information i s being sought of Louis Botwinick who disappeared from his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., in April, 1944, and since then has failed to communicate with or contribute toward the support of his wife and two minor children, as a result of which they are at the current time in dire need of his financial assistance. Louis Botwinick was born in Russia in February, 1897, is five feet, eight inches tall, weighs 180 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, mustache. He is a plasterer by occupation and is alleged to be residing in Florida at the present time. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York 19, N. Y. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL BEASLEY'S SHELL SERVICE YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED 4394 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-9169 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNITED KOSHER MARKET NOW LOCATED 1553 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-2270 SEASON'S BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street WILLIAM R. MOSS Real Estate—Rentals Property Management A COMPLETE REALTY SERVICE 38 Years in Miami and Over 22 Years Buying and Selling Miami Properties 1560 S. W. First St. Phone 2-3725 If It's a Buy. I Have the Buyer GREETINGS i C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE AND SGAYNE Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street Telephones 3-4914 2-4535 Night Phone 5-2047 CITY PRODUCE COMPANY JOBBERS TO JOBBERS H. "HYMIE" SWERDLIN, Sales Manager 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami 37, Florida BEST WISHES ON PASSOVER MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1013 DuPont Building Phone 2-4033 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES 1263 Wost Edgier Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS BROTHERHOOD WISHES MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS FROM OUR OWN CERTIFIED GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411 "Serving Greater Miami for Over a Quarter Century" BEST WISHES TO ALL DOLIVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT HOTEL KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought — Sold and Traded SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM LE LIAN KRUMM BEAUTY SALON For Everything Pertaining To Beauty Work 216 Sty bold Building PHONE 3-4141 SEASON'S GREETINGS E. MOREDOCK Company 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 3-5433-P. O. Box 1790 Miami 10. Florida International Motor Trucks Power Units. McCormickDeering Tractors Farm Mwhintry 1119 N.E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York



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__i^M PAGE TWENTY if n i */ fhridlian TRAIL REALTY CO. 2058 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-4061 REAL ESTATE RALPH A. KENNEDY E. C. MULLEN GREETINGS yj ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida Phone 9-1781 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. Represented by R. J. WAINWRIGHT 610 American Bank Building Phona 2-0646 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY "JIM and LOU" 1200 N. W. 22nd Street Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteries — Tires Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71ST STREET SERVICE STATION C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689 ALLIED BUILDERS, INC. 514 Washington Avenue EXTEND SEASONS GREETINGS TO THEIR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Telephone 5-6791 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER EMERSON TIRE COMPANY (Not Incorporated) U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS 600 N. E. Firet Avenue Telephone 3-5308 2644 S. W. 8th Street p hone 4_ 9529 MAY THE PASSOVER BRING PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS J. E PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 208 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 3-3735 *•< Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. DIPLOMATIC NOTES: The question of whether Britain will accept the recommendation* of the United Nations with regard to Pal. sine is the main issue now under discussion between Washington and London The U. S. government wants clarification on this question since under the provisions of the U. N. charter the mandatory : power must fust agree to accept j the decisions of th United NaI tions before surrendering its 'mandate Thus a situation could develop whi i the U. N. general assemblj might make recommendations with regard to Palestine which won hi be unac\ ceptable to Britain ... A similar i situation e i when the Anglo-American Committee on Palestine trade its recommenda! tions and Britain refused to accept them ... In seeking clarification from Britain, the state department takes the attitude that 'or.ee the Palestine issue is brought bel the United Nations, the United States as a leadTO ALL BEST WISHES 111 CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Friends and Patrons DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH. Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441 i J V DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 t>! ing member will become involved in it, possibly to a point which would obligate the U. S. to assume certain commitments Hence, it is imperative for it to know beforehand what is on the mind of the British government in presenting the issue to the U. N. and whether Britain will consider the U. N. recommendations binding Zionist leadership is now mobilizing its forces to persuade the U. S. government to present the Zionist case to the general assembly since the Jews themselves have no voice there ... It is generally assumed that the U. Shas opened a new chapter in its relations to Palestine During the past few years public pronouncements by administration leaders have favored the policy of the Jewish National Home, but diplomatic documents and attitudes have indicated indifference or opposition to that policy Recent events indicate that our government is beginning to adopt a single policy for both domestic and foreign consumption • • • PALESTINE MISSION The belief that, within two generations, the Jews of the United States and of Britain will feel far more spiritual kinship with their Gentile neighbors than with the Jewish commonwealth which may be established in Palestine is expressed by Richard Crossman in his "Palestine Mission," just published by Harpers The former British member of the Anglo-American Committee on Palestine gives the %  behind-the-scenes" story of the work of the committee and deBeit Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Arenue 261 E. Flagler Street GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 GREETINGS EITHBITE 1145 N. E. 2nd Arenue PHONE 2-9361 SEASONS GREETINGS Coffee—And Nor.e Better [LIU RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI Sincere Greetings from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 scribes how th, mi ffik ^ • • • An advocate nf ^| Crossman, a Labor partlli ,l parliament. ^ ^ hood of Palestine j CWr : e al complished fact il.^ 9 "*! • • nt the time, he rejects emDhr t th l sa, idea that any bu^JjH y ,of the ,ews 0 f ?'H idea that any but a sma i, •ty of the Jews oth?J "H will become members nf f h H ish Commonwealth l ,H heves that the Jewi* e H Palestine will Middle East a Part of. federation. „^\ •"• in s away from Us present' d c3. whelmingly Arab bot-TL T %  on the West two generation, tU^ am and America will h* LL to the Jew, PaBJLH of history and rel lg ,on,but„ 0 ,ta a common culture TH have methin g of the J^ feelings or Jerusalem J New Englanaer has for Loata • %  • Crossn-.;,;-. ,, of lre that after the first 100,000 Z are admitted, an Me ^\ Jewish Commonwealth, if established, would be bound to m duce a policy of highly selecth* immigration Palestine Jem he says, deper.ds primarily on |£ quality of its recruiti and the quality of its social order, not on the mere quantity of immigrant Those who talk of an ixm' diate movement of 600,000 Jen I from Europe to Palestine disregard altogether the effects ;n tie Jewish National Home of sue-a move, even though some may want it in order to achieve J Jewish majority, he argues...! His conviction, therefore, is that 1 the bulk of the Jews whowishnj leave countries like Rumania, Poland and Hungary, should p not to Palestine but west to tie new world "liki their fathers before them" ... On the whole Crossman is filled with forebodings over the Jewish probka outside of Palestine, especially ii the eastern European countries...] There, he says, the Jews have tl*| bare choice of c:"hcr ceasing t| live as Jews or of leaving their j native lands ... The author predicts that if the present tendency of dividing the world into I Communist and anti-CommuniSj bloc continues, the Jews of tie dispersal will become increasingj ly insecure ... In an anti-Co* j (Continued on Page 2h SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9472 GREETINGS THE BEST IN FINE LIQUORS T DONOVAN'S TAP ROOM 350 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 936 Everglades Concou* PHONE 6-37S5 RENTALS SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES



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HIIDAY. APRIL J4. 1M7 fJewist nor id!fan PAGE TWENTY-ONE "Between You and Me" (Continued from Page 20) miinist bloc, he points out, the Kl.v Of ant.-Commun.sm mmht very soon encourage antiS i! is... as it did in German* b He warns that world Jewry would bo submerged in a Rusln-Anwrican conflict for world mastery and comes to the conl-.on that the fate of world Jewry and of the British Commonwealth alike are bound up with the success or failure of the United Nations "One World," neither Communist nor antiCommunist, neither American nor Russian, is the condition for the survival of both the Jews and Britain, he emphasizes • • MEN AND DEEDS Henry Wallace is now a frequent visitor to the Cafe Royal 0 n Second avenue in New York, the "seat" of Jewish writers and artists Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter believes that a wife should censor her husband's writings ... At a lecture before the Bar Association of New York he disclosed that he has his wife "blue pencil all my non-judicial writings" ,'An exhibition of works by the famous Jewish painter Marc Chagall in the Chicago Art Institute attracted 161,392 visitors Sarah S. Smith, a member of the editorial staff of The Day, New York Yiddish daily, has sold a play, written in collaboration with her daughter, Lucille S. Prumbs, to United States Pictures The mother and daughter received quite a substantial sum from the film company which has engaged Lilli Palmer to star in the picture which will be entitled "Ever the Beginning" Marvin Lowenthal, the wellknown writer and lecturer, who is now on a visit to Palestine, sent me the following "true story" from Jerusalem ... A music teacher there, an English Gentile, was among the Englishmen who received orders from the Palestine government to evacuate ... He was indignant as he has lived in Jerusalem since 1920, knows Hebrew perfectly and loves the land ... So he sent an ultimatum to the High Commissioner: "Either withdraw my evacuation order, or I'll go PASSOVER GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 DINING ROOM. COUNTER and CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS 5l0-25c STORE 12 >Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. CANDY IN "SWEET LAND OF LIBERTY' A HIAS (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society) aide dishes out rock candy to Jean-Pierre, 3, and Victor, 17 months, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hasson, who found refuge at the HIAS shelter in New York after escaping death in Rome because, with Mussolini gone, the trains didn't run on time. The Hassons were deported from the Italian isle of Rhode, with the rest of its Jews, and were bound for death in Auschwitz concentration camp. Before the Nazis could bring up sufficient transport from Italy's heavily-bombed rolling stock to herd the balance of the Rhode Jews off to Auschwitz, Italy cast her lot with the Allies. The Hassons are tto Join Los Angeler relatives. HOLIDAY GREETINGS H. G. "Speed" CURRY SERVICE STATION 1900 S. W. 8th Street "SUNOCO PRODUCTS" Special Lubrication Service Phone 2-1544 GREETINGS y* French Benzol Cleaners & Laundry, Inc. 99 S. W. 7th Street Phone 2 5901 OUR SUB-AGENCIES COMPANY OWNED AND OPERATED GREETINGS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service 3030 N. W. 8th Avenue Phone 2-5053 to the hospital and be circumcized" ... It happens that Lowenthal knew the Englishman 22 years ago when they boarded at the same pension in Jerusalem In those days he wore a big black beard and looked like an orthodox Jew When he rode in a carriage on Sabbath, orthodox Jews would order him to get out and walk He'd answer in good Hebrew: "But I'm a Gentile." However, his reply did not convince anybody ... He finally had to choose either of two things —leave Palestine or shave off his beard, and shave he did Now, 22 years later, he again had to choose—either to leave Palestine or threaten the government that he would become a Jew And in Palestine he remained HAPPY PASSOVER FAMOUS NURSERY COMPLETE NURSERY STOCK 3498 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-1018 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION GO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1776 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 58-2749 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER LINICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-5133 SEASON'S GREETINGS HOWARD SYRUP CO.. Inc. Formerly CURTIS ISLE PRODUCTS Now Located 2428 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-2116 SEASON'S GREETINGS GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional (Opposite Huntington Bldg.) 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463 GREETINGS c&w 339 N. E. First Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS i VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS LB. & 1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER I. REAL ESTATE 305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH



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11 -~"W ~~f~3&&? •-*%  %  t i •1 PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jeist FkrkJ&n JKTOAJ^APRa^ JE AMERICAN JEWRY CULTURE IN EUROPE THROUGH J. B.C. By RABBI LEO JUNG (Copyright, 1947. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) First targets in Nazism's war against the Jews were the religious and cultural institutions, the Jewish communal centers and ritual services which flourished throughout Europe. Synagogues were burned, cemeteries desecrated. Jewish schools destroyed by Hitler's armies. Rebuilding these installations, restoring the cultural and religious tradition of Israel, is a permanent task on the Continent. Among the most important aspects of the J.D.C.'s extensive religious and cultural program in Europe is the vast Passover program. Last year the J.D.C. provided more than 2,000,000 pounds of matzoth. matzoth meal. ,. ... ... t-_i.i. romoperation with local Jewisn iomwinc and other Passover foods to Jews celebrating their first Passover since liberation. The first baking of matzoth in Berlin since Hitler's rise to power was arranged and paid for by the JDC as Jews marked both their deliverance from Nazism and the deliverance of their ancestors from Egypt centuries before. This year JDC tripled its 1946 Passover program. Nearly 4.500.munities throughout Europe. In France. sp< ints Wl !V nia de C insistoire Central for rebuilding religious institutions which had been almost completely destroyed during the occupation. In Belgium, allocations were made for the repair and maintenance of eleven synagogues, three ritual baths and four Talmud Torahs. In the portions of the 000 pounds of Passover supplies JDC budget were devoted to the were shipped by the JDC from the furtherance of religious ins! United States alone to a dozen countries in Europe, to Jews in In Eastern Europe, where there North Africa, the Middle East ar.d has beon an a l mos t complete obas far off as Shanghai. China. Last year. JDC overseas I sentatives reported from all over [iteration of Jewish religious and immunal life, the JDC has been of major support in rebuilding the continent that the matzoth e ligious life. In Hungary, aid were received fresh and unbroken was given to re-establish svna(thanks to careful and spec:... gues and Yeshivoth in 250 compackag:ng> and in g d time for mU nities: a teachers' college and : .: pre-hohday distribution. | the Budapest Rabbinical semiA summary of JDC Pass • %  nary were re-established with shipments reveals that 3.500.000; JDC funds. The oldest and most pounds of matz th were shipped: famous synagogue in all Hungary to Europe along with more than —the Central Synagogue of Buda1 nno.000 pounds of matzoth meal, j! pest—has been completely rcT i Germany. JDC stupped an adbuilt with the help of JDC grants. ditional 100.000 pounds of maca-1In Rumania, particularly in northroons for distribution among Jewern Transylvania, JDC g. ish displaced persona in thi ssisted 71 communities to recamps and centers, in addition ti their relij us institutions. i.OOO pounds of matzoth and I In Czechoslovakia substantial help' 245.000 pounds of matzoth meal. | was provided for communal re' construction. In Poland some 20 per cent of the total budget was to rebuild communal life. In the displaced persons camps in the American zones of Germansand Austria, the JDC special religious department has inaugurated extensive programs ol religioiU activities in cooperation with the U. S. Army and UNRKA. waa made for the observance of all holy days. Ritual slaughter was introduced in several cities of Germany. Throughout the U. S. and British zones JDC support goes to a network of Jewish schools. JDC funds and arrangements made possible the first printing of Hebrew prayer books in Germany in over a decade. In Italy, the JDC made ntial allocations to the Rabbinical College of Rome, the iva Maar Hagolah and to the n of Jewish Communities. :• canteens were supported in twelve localities and special grants for the high holidays were made to displaced Jews in the camps and JDC Hachsharoth. Throughout North Africa and the Middle East. JDC financial aid to the Alliance Israelite helped maintain 40.955 Jewish students in 116 schools. One of the least known but most important aspects of the JDC's am of rebuilding Jewish cultural life overseas lies in the committee's extensive support of J wish schools and institutions in Palestine. The JDC appropriated over $400,000 for educational and religious work in Palestine This was supplemented by a great shipment of 800 tons ol which M milled into : ver flour and made into itzoth by the Rumani To Hungary, the JDC sent 800.000 pounds of matzoth and meal, to Poland 440.000. M : cover, local baking of matin E pe was again supported by the JDC: in Germany alone, the JDC paid for the baking of 850.000 pounds. In other areas local purchases by JDC supplemented its shipping program from the United States. JDC activities in the rebuilding of Jewish communal life has seen the repair, restoration and support of synagogues, cemeteries, ritual baths. Talmud Torahs and Jewish schools in close coTO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Hurst Drilling & Equipment Company 1429 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 9-4776 MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 NT W. 5th Ave. 2-4072 Extends PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER T GREETINGS FROM MIAMI CONSERVATORY Woman's Club Building 1737 N. 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Thirty Yeshivoth were also aided through the JDC Yeshivoth feeding project Palestine also was the scene of large purchases of religious supplies by the JDC for shipment to other areas of Europe. In the last four months of 1946. the JDC purchased and shipped 11,000 taleisim. 6.000 tefillim, 6.000 skull caps and 10.000 tsitsus, which were sent to Germany and other countries. This has been augmented by prcriuctiorTl^r"" of 5,000 taleisim and ^ prayer books under the 7? of the jDc P us exte ;;^. chases in the United ftfe A special JDC drive in i. United States brought £ tiona from American Je-u. 2 gregationsof 550 Sifr. lift which 227 have already £? paired and shipped abroad Place the Holy Scroll, J J* eu E urope **J? in^ S L y p arcxpcnditur <'I t l JDC for Passover relief worki Palestine and the suppoVr?; hance schools totalled Mm This year JDC religious S'l tural activities will cost at w $2,100,000. 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rpmAY. APRIL 4, 1947 101 IS BORN IN JUDEAN HILLS *knisl tkridlicin PAGE TWENTY-THREE By MARVIN LOWENTHAL (Copyright, 1947, Jwlh Ttltgraphic Agency, Inc.) i, now porti Marvin Lowtnthal, wall-known American author, n this article he re. (EDlTOrtjS^NOTE^ ^ ^ "n dramatic fathion th birth of a new Kibbutz in the Judean Hills.) TEL AVIV. As I sat at my desk, I received a phone call from the J.N.F. in Jerusalem. H I could catch a taxi to the Holy City—the last ne leaves at 5 p.m.—I should be able to see something very interesting at 5 a.m. the next morning. What? My informant refused to tell me on the phone. I always keep my briefcase packed ready to go anywhere. So in 10 minutes I had called off a number of engagements and reached the bus station and wedged myself in the taxi between two bearded elders of the Agudas Israel or maybe of jochanan Ben Zakkai's original cademy at Jabneh My informant was to contact me at 8:00 p m a t the Hotel Eden. At 6:15 I was in Jerusalem. At 800 1 dined with my informant and learned that before dawn a new settlement or "point" was to be established by the Hashomer Hazair not far from Jerusalem, and we were to join the settlers in the famous operation of "build_ ing in a day," which Koestler describes in his novel, "Thieves in the Night." • • • Next I called and arranged for a bed. Things were very crowded on account of so many homes being taken over by the British. Then I walked about the British "concentration camp" in the Rehavia quarters, where the soldiers have evicted over 1,000 persons from the finest houses, installed themselves and government officials, none of whom can leave their homes without an armed escort, and all of whom have to remain inside the barbed wire after nightfall. As I walked the dark streets past the sentries I was fearful lest someone—a child maybe—would say "boo." For obviously the British tommies may one day take fright at the mere sound of "boo" and begin shooting at random—as they did once near a house in Tel Aviv when, as we were taking tea, they got it into their heads to shoot at every lighted window. Anyhow, I walked on and never said "boo." I walked to the Palestine Information Office and sat about till nearly midnight, listening to the reaction of the newspaper boys to the death verdict given the three boys caught with whips. It was interesting to see a consensus of the press being formed, over whiskey, bacon, and eggs. They all agreed that the verdict was meant as a "provocation" in the hope that the Irgun would go into action and that the army could smash the Jewish community, beginning with the economic strangulation of Tel Aviv. • • At 4:30 a. m. I was up and dressed and called for. Our party consisted of four cars which gathered at the Agency. In another car was Homer Bigart, of the New York Herald Tribune, the only other press man. The morning star shone brilliantly in the still black eastern sky. It shone over the Agency, and as we drove southward, it shone over Bethlehem and further south, when we left the main road, and climbed up and down a newly made track in the Judean mountains, it shone over a waste of stones that was to be a new center of life in the old land. The first car carried a half dozen sturdy lads of the Hashomer Hazair, and the last car another such escort. It was "curiouser and curiouser" to think that you could not take two steps in the finest quarter of Jerusalem without the risk of being challenged or maybe shot at; but you could roam the roads of Palestine at night without being seen or molested. The commander of the airborne division, the so-called "Redcaps," must surely be the Mad Hatter himself. BIOGRAPHICAL FOOTNOTE On the first anniversary of the death of the immortal Jewish composer Bela Bartok, Erno Ba logh, noted composer and concert pianist, recalled Bartok's stirring fight for life For two years after he had contracted the leucemia that claimed his life, Bartok was aided in hl struggle by ASCAP %  • Although he was a non-member, ASCAP provided the composer with the foremost physicians in their fields All seven of these medics were Jews: Dr. Israel Rappaport, diagnostician; Dr. Edgar Mayar, lung specialist; Dr. Nathan Rosenthal, Mt. Sinai blood specialist; Dr. Salamon Feinman, roentgentologist; Prof. Emanuel Friedman, neurologist; Prof. Herman Elcoyn, eye specialist; and Dr. Frederik Reiss, dermatologist During these two years Bartok produced his four greatest compositions (Continued on Page 24) GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th Street Phone 9-5908 Miami Beach S & S SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Jels*ncrkfter A TOM IS BORN IN JUDEAN HILLS (Continued from Page 23) At 5:15 a. m. we were on the spot—the new "point." It is near a Mizrachi Kibbutz which I visited a few weeks ago. Nearby are two other Mizrachi "points" only recently occupied. Now their antipodes, the Hashomer Hazair, were moving into the region. We dismounted in a rocky field. Ahead of us were a dozen trucks drawn up for unloading. They had set out from Bernzera, a Kibbutz near Kennereth, and had arrived at 2:30 a.m. A moment later the boys and girls went into action. They were grouped in gangs, each prepared to do a predetermined task. The trucks, too, were disposed according to ^jlan. The dirt began to fly—literally. Shallow trenches were dug to hold the cinder blocks, foundation stones for the barracks. The girls filled sandbags with dirt, for parapets against possible Arab attack. Triangular roof-beams and crossties were unloaded, and pre-made flooring and roofing. A watertower went up: along with it a W. C. and showers built in sections. Other gangs sank iron posts and laid out a barbed wire fence around the living quarters. Two lads signalled with (1 lights to a settlement on the next h:ll and the message was relayed to Jerusalem. Girls marched by with suitcases and other handaggage as though they were walking into a hotel. This business oi carrying one's suitcase to m that is : oi even built car. be considered symbolic. To one • big tenl went up shaking I and flapping. It was their first dining and social hall. The whole operation proceeded as steadily as the setting up of a circus out at Murphy's Grove when I was a boy, and stood around hoping to help water the elephants. All the whole morning star—it was Venus—shone overhead, shining to cheer on Jews reoccupying their own land. The settlement had as yet no name. I thought it should be called Morning Star, but I learned later thai another Kibbutz had taken this name, no doubt for the same reason. As daylight stole over the scene, ihe builders relaxed, stroll_ ed and ran about, and began to be a bit merry. It was no loi a circus gang putting up a big tent, but a crowd of campers from a co educational college. The young people who were come "here not to camp but to build their homes and life and wring their bread from these rocks numbered 40—their average age was 19 to 20. About one-half were girls, Almost all of them were born in Palestine, and most of them were born and raised in a Kibbutz. Co-operative living here ilready entered its second nature generation. About 50 more 'Trier youths had come as s. In addition, more helpers A Most Happy Passover to All Jewry Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA i came from the three Mizrachi settlements. Likewise about a dozen American students. And here and there stood armed men from the •Temporary Palestine Police" and secretly armed Ha: ganah. No Arab, however, showed up. After daybreak I strolled about and talked with several of the youths. The corner of my <> H caught a Mizrachi helper. He had been digging a ditch for the cinder blocks. Suddenly he stopped, put on a talith, wound the phylacU ries around his brow and his arm. and began his morning prayers. I went down the field to where the hill began to drop. Below me u:r,,t valleys and far off— 30 miles away or more—I saw the Mediterranean. If they can do nothing else, these new settlers can try canning scenery and selling it around the world— they'll not run out of raw material. The wonder is that a people could ever stop prophesying or writing psalms in such surroundings. Or fightii g tor such •* land either. Boys were wigwagCHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College Special Night School Classes Monday, Wi Friday 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. Sixth Floor, Postal Building PHONE 3-4859 Mary Williams, B.C.S.. Dir ging across the landscape—eventually relayed to far-off Nevah Elon and thence to Jerusalem. A pity they were not left in peace, these people, and allowed to wigwag messages as they once did from a tent in Hebron just over the hill and from a stable in Bethlehem (just behind us). On the way back to the main show I encountered a thickly bearded man of about 30. He was just putting away his talith. He turned out to be an American: fought at Okinawa, left the navy as a chief engineer, now studying at Jerusalem and intends returning home to become a rabbi. It was he who was superintending the erection of the barbed wire f< nee that encircled the settlement. • • • We left at 8:30 a. m. after many fervent shalorns. By night, I am i5E*LSM. 1947 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. 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mt APRILii^ + JewlstnorMtor ASSOVER-DAVID UNO THE AFIKOMEN „year-old David Rabinowitz expects to win an oranqe fndina the Afikomen this week. Little David, who lives now %  h 'his mother and father, former Dachau inmates, in a disJd persons center near Frankfort, hasn't been sleeping well since he found out about it last month. His mother is a • sorry that she told him about it. "But who could resist such a temptation?" she asked a wele worker at the camp. "For a child to get an orange for himself, and on Passover is wunderbar. It will be the second time in his life he has U'oneI wanted to give him Qf ^ ^ ^ ^ additional joy of looking tor ^.^ thejr ^^ ^^ ^ ^.^ PAGE TWENTY-FIVE B rd to itiThis story—just in case Mrs. Mnowitz gets to see The JewFloridian at the DP camp— fcn inform her that there'll be further sui prise coming up for ivid. [Little David will begin getting anges regularly from now on-. won't get many, of course, |t until enough oranges for the i surviving Jewish children Surope have been provided. But the orange he does net will lip to show I it tie David that he Id his family aren't altogether be in the world. Possibly the Enge may help make the diffence between David growing into a healthy, young man a frightened, insecure, emonally displaced person for horn childhood was a time of ir and hunger. H'hcn David does grow up and nembers the manges, he is goto be very grateful to the ^ited Jewish Appeal and to all I American Jews who are supkting it. t€:s mother and father can apc-iute right now what the UJA hnstothem. It meant not only essentials of life, food and bent surroundings and a minikin uf recreation, but all the berthings which transform bare pstence into a worthwhile patof living; a chance to work I become al least partially selfpporting. I'm him; and for vid's mother, a chance to forthe horrors she's witnessed .1 Jewish mother. (his Passover, there will be tons and ;,ll the traditional II thi Passover season, sacramental wine, and a Jbi will conduct the commuSeder services. Next year, haps, they'll have a home of Jir own. Mrs. Rabinowitz will plunking Europe, in other DP lers, in homes and orphanland training centers, in Paine, in the settlements and in leities, anil right here in the [ted States, the Passover lights flicker this year on faces '< %  happi.-i through the work We Extend Passover Greetings to All MIAMI VACUUM EANERS COMPANY | 1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-7838 l" •i.' 427 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI Jewish Appeal, the Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans. Millions of Jews—once the downtrodden and tortured and oppressed—will find in the candle lights this Passover, a reflection of hope for the future. For next year, maybe, they'll be in their own homes, or enroute there at least, and next year, they'll be able to invite guests instead of always being the invited ones themselves. Whether they will or not depends upon the American Jews who are contributing to the United Jewish Appeal for $170.000,000. It's still too early to measure the accomplishments of the United Jewish Appeal this year. The great and magnificent efforts of American Jews in 1946 accomplished these things: 1. Hundreds of thousands of Jews in Europe were provided either in full or in large measure with the necessities of life. 2. Approximately 45,000 Jews were moved to permanent homes. Of these. 20,000 entered Palestine, 15,000 came to the United States. The rest found haven in other nations. 3. Many thousands of children were helped to regain their health. The bulk of the 170,000 children in Europe, plus tens of thousands of children in Palestine !i' s, I PAINTER 245 N. W. 5th Street MIAMI !i and others in the United States, were helped through the funds contributed to the UJA. But whatever the tasks and the accomplishments may have been in 1946, the problems in the crucial year of 1947 are far greater. For in the midst of the achievements of American Jewry, new crises arose to challenge the existence of the Jews of Europe, The impending liquidation of UNRRA will bring new hardships to many of the surviving Jews of Europe. The bulk of European Jewry still has less food in an entire day than Americans have in a single meal. Malnutrition is so acute that 12-year-old children look like children of six. Relief alone is not enough. Surviving Jews must be given an opportunity to stand on their own feet. They must receive economic assistance, training and tools with which to work. They must get medical institutions, hospitals and rest camps, where they can convalesce from the years of physical and mental torment. "The terror the Jews have endured, the indescribable horrors they have survived, cry aloud to all men who retain within themselves any respect for decency and belief in the human soul." The soldier—a non-Jewish soldier— who said that did a great deal himself to restore dignity and self-respect to the world. He is General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower. His words will be echoed and re-echoed this week all over the world. For what he said, after all, is a kind of modern version of the Hagadah, stated with an urgency no American can resist. The future belongs to 4-year| old David Rabinowitz, to all of the 170.000 Jewish child survivors | in Europe, and thousands more like him in Palestine and throughout the rest of the world. This year, little David, if he could read, might well change the traditional question and ask: "Why is this year different from all other years?" And his father might answer: "Because for the first time we can all look forward to a new life. In the cities of Europe and !i! 66 N. E. 2nd Street MIAMI BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS M. N. LIPP MIAMI BEACH H! TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY "PASSOVER MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY of the MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 6th Street America and along the hills and valleys of Palestine, a new life is starting for those who suffered so much. "We shall always be grateful to the Jews of America who made this possible." •


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%  PAGE TWENTY-SIX *Jemstifk>r*J&' n JUDY HARMON of New York BEAUTY SALON Blackslone Hotel Bldg. 848 Washington Ave. PHONE 5-9545 MIAMI BEACH. FLA. ""DAY, APRIL 4 PASSOVER GREETINGS & General Building Contractors 69 N. E. 36th Street 7-3962 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3860 Coral Way PHONE 4-9437 T lij T TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER REAL ESTATE IS ALL ITS BRANCHES FRED HART 2665 Coral Way Phone 48-2172 Ml SEASON'S GREETINGS i 1 Jewish Education In Greater Miami By A P. GANNES Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Education community.) (Second of a ser.es of articles on the problems in Our II FACILITIES AND EQl'H'MENT We haw seen that there are approximately 1.700 children en,,,„,,, u, our Jewish schools. Tins is quite a substan .al number and is in stop with the rapid growth of the commumty. Blut m a number of questions: Do we have thi of such a large number? Do we have have the proper educational equipn ,1 staff? Do we have and nd n my other questions Pleasant surroundings will make learning more digestibl effective. A dignified, beautiful classroom will be co f study, decorum, respect for our Jewish institution and t i espect. Form and content in Jewish education may not K?'" *"* weight but they supplement and complement each other in?!,!*? 1 pattern. unifiej O.E. Real Estate Broker 2815 S. W. 37th Court PHONE 4-5910 TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER crease in numbers i wherewithal to take care adequate facilities?' I'" wi ment? Do wo have a suffi schools where we need them? must he asked in order to see our overall educational Picture. We shall limit this article to a discussion of location, facilities and equipment. Location of Si hooh On tl i B ich the sch i ils are located wellin south, central and n.uth Beach, : y n ich, and a study of the schools indi%  • %  e "neigh! ols. In Miami the situation is quite different The Jews are scatlere(i tnr un ity %  entration of more than : C ent in the Southwest. Southwest cannot ,. lk ,, study shews that two-thirds of Beth David's children enl I % %  Israel's children in the Southwest. The problem of the Southwest will be largely solved with the consl pctioi f Bel David in the Coral Way it t it will have a school of 600 nts. This, h another | the Northw,. estimate thai tl Jewish children of school age in the Northwest and outside of Beth David, which is the downtown area, there are no I foi Hebrew school or Sunday !. The Jewish p >puli I ng in the area—and meas..., s u h v.. to be ta';. n to .' %  %  ish children with Hebrew 1 as well as Sunday seh' The Miami Hebrew school is n ted too close to the Miami Jewish Orthod x I' i tion. If th< need for another 1 in the Southwest it si e to an existing school. the M mi Hebrew school should build the school is most needed—in the outlying Southwest area, pie Israel, located in the N theasl %  n I a "neighborhood 1"— but will become so when the Jewish population in the ily will. At present. Temple Israel nduct cla (ruction during the With the inc Nortl t, the problem will have to be s ilvi d in s ime way. We are of the opinion that the Coral Gabl Center will attract the neighborhood children and will grow 1 hool of 1 within one year. Facili! i The min nts of a pi equipped school should ill.: equate lightii pai ious halls: a large bly hall with I nd piano; blackboards; children's desks; an arts and crafts hool office; a library; a recri ten i *n; audeo-visual aid equipment. The our H 1 are barely adequate at Were w< our fat.'. ; f >r those attending Sundays, we would find them totally in We have "manChildri n I wded into patios, into Is; into rooms without doors, and evi n inl No one is to blame 1 The COMMUNITY was not PREPARED for this Ui. The situation in the Jewish school ss not an; the public school system which has inadequ iti We are painting the ler to impress upon our read* perative 'in ot ler to carry on an effective educational | The analysis is posed in order to stimulate i t thinkii part of our Jewish leaders with the fervent 1 • for buiklin.es and improvement in on—and thai they will be constructed with an eye to the ful ure. it would not surprise us at all if the 1947-18 tration of 2.000. What then" S n Snal we crowd 40 child


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FRIDAY APRIL 4, 1947 !JEWISH WIT AND HUMOR DELIGHTS 'JmMh FhrkHan PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN By DR. M. A. LIPK1ND this syndicated article The author of this syndicated article is a Miami Beach resident. Lipkind has written extensively on Zionist topics and many of his appeared in these columns. Or. articles have Wit and humor is one of the inherent qualities of the Jew"f unity with his God which borders on the humorous side. The Jew appeals to God in a familiar way: "Dear God, help me; Thou hast pity on total Or when a Jew cannot stand anymore his afflictions he speaks to God with holy impudence: God! You arc trying your ish people. This characteristic helped the Jew to maintain his' besT'l^honlrTf : '"' J slfinthe long years of the bitter Galut. This sense of humot Sew, l^vL^L^l served him as a defense mechanism against humiliations and outrages caused by a hostile world. Jewish wit and humor is as old as the Jewish people. Some claim that Jewish wit is the foundation of all wit in general. There is no doubt that it has enriched the literature of the world. In general, Jewish wit is identified by its sophistry, its sharp sarcasm or cutting irony, and as a rule it contains a philosophical observation and reaches deep -..,,,,. The Jew has the The Talmud says: "At Purim one is obliged to drink so much into the souability to make fun of himself, and at any occasion however oppressive, the Jew is the only kind of person who seems to laugh I w ith tears in his eyes. During the centuries of exile the Jew has absorbed and was influenced by the culture and way of life of the people among whom he sojourned. As there is nothing more contagious than humor, the Jew has as well adopted a great deal of the non-Jewish wit and humor and in a Judaizcd form it may be considered as part of our I own folklore. Those who insist that Jewish I humor is distinctive and not contaminated can point only to the witticism, jokes and anecdotes which depend entirely on Hebrew lor Yiddish assonance, expression or phraseology; and humor havI ing the indelible stamp of Jewish [traditional customs, beliefs, talcs [and sayings. It may be stated that there is lone basic recipe for universal [humor, but every nation seasons I its humor to suit its taste; the | Jew takes his humor well seasoned and frequently. The first seeds of humor arc | found in the Bible; it grew and [developed in the Talmud and iMidrash; it assumes a definite [form in the Hebrew literature of [the Middle Ages. From among I the countless gems of wit and I humor which is found in the I Bible one can cite the following |examples: Elijah mocked the prophets of [Baal and said: "Cry aloud, for he I is God. cither he is talking, or he I is occupied, or he is on a journey lor peradventure he sleeps and [must be awakened." Isaiah ridicules the makers of I graven images: "A carpenter [fashions a God from a wooden I board and from the remainder of I the wood he kindles a fire and I bakes his bread." PASSOVER GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE Hi 5 A i ,BASH & SONS, Inc. 1 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-8994 HAPPY PASSOVER Graham Automobile Service General Overhauling MECHANIC SPECIALISTS • E 'Oth St. p h on. 3-6097 PASSOVER GREETINGS HOSEA HARDWARE CO. 611 N.W. Fifth Street Phone 9-2223 FRED W. HOSEA "••Went and General Mgr. that he can no longer tell the difference between cursed by Haman and blessed by Mordecai." "If thou wilt hang thyself, do it on a high tree." "The milk of black goats is the same as that of white goats." "Only small change rattles in the pocket." In the early period of Jewish history, wit and humor, like culture, was the heritage of the spiritual aristocracy—the prophets, scholars, and poets. Later in the Middle Ages, appeared many humorists from the plain people. They created humor from their own life experience. The free development of the Jewish wit and humor begins among the east European Jews in the middle of the 18th century with the appearance of Hassidism. In this humor is preserved the true Jewish essence in an unadulterated form. They produced humorists whose witty sayings and humorous stories passed from generation to generation enriching the treasury of Jewish folklore. However, the eastern European Jew had something else besides humor to sustain him; he had a strong faith and a feeling trouble you cause me will not Change my mind; I was born a Jew and will remain a Jew." Or listen to the Hassidic Rabbi argue with God: "Great Cod You send the Messiah to redeem them, not until they report. I swear to You by my beard and side locks, that they will nevei repent, so please hurry and send the redeemer. HELM STORIES The humorous stories of the Wise Men of Helm, or as they are called in Yiddish, "The Helmcr N'aronmi." are very popular. Although they have parallels in the world literature, the Jewish versions have the advantage of deeper content and arc richer in ideas. When the beadle of Helm was old, his legs became weak and he no longer had the strength to make the rounds at night in order to knock on the shutters to wake PASSOVER GREETINGS in [ 2200 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH the Jews for "Selichot" services. What was to be done? The Helmitcs removed their shutters and brought them to the community bouse so that the beadle would be able to knock on them in one place and save him foot-work. A Helmite was asked: "If you would find a million dollars would you return it to the ownei'.'" After deep thought he replied: "If the loser would be a Rothschild I might not be able to stand the temptation and may (Continued on Page 28) PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street Contribution* for Supplies for Overseas Survivors may now be taken to IheYM&WHA. 1567 S. W. 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HGn^BSn PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT 9-Jenls* ncrjdtori_ JEWISH WIT AND HUMOR DELIGHTS (Continued from Page 27) keep it; but if the loser would be our poor Rabbi, I would return it immediately, every cent of it." Jews were discussing whether or not smoking is injurious to health and shortens life. One said he believes that it does not. "My father was a heavy smoker all his life and lived to the ape of 80." A Heimite substantiated the man's opinion with this evidence: "I had a brother who never smoked in his life and died at the age of nine months." However, the medical profession insisted that smoking does shorten life. A professor lecturing on the evils of smoking was asked by a student: 'How come that my grandfather smoked all his life and is 80 years old?" "Wait," replied his professor, "it will get him yet." One of the most charming Helm stories is the following: The Helmites convened in the synagogue and discoursed for seven days and seven nights the problem of how to illuminate the streets on dark nights preceding the full moon. Finally they devised a brilliant trick: when it was full moon they placed in the market place a barrel full of water and captured the moon They covered it with sheets, tied them around the barrel with strong ropes, sealed the knots with the seal of the Rabbi. When the end of the month around and the night became dark, they gathered in the market place to take the moon out to illuminate the streets. They became terror-stricken: the moon was missing. "The moon has been stolon." they lamented. "Wl pity, we should have had enough i to put a night watchman over the barrel." Jewish jokes which refer to sexual life are In general free from the cynicism of the si An unm | bi T HAPPY PASSOVER REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCHERS gan to show signs of expected motherhood. She was pressed to tell who was the cause of her downfall. She maintained that the Rabbi was the guilty one. She was taken to the Rabbi who said to her: "I don't recall ever seeing you before." "N< ither have I seen you before." admitted the girl. -but you have given to my mistress blessed water for her sterility and I have foolishly drunk some of it." "But my dear child, there must be the co-opetation.ol a male." said the Rabbi. "Oh, that." was the reply "There are plenty of males in this town." A young man became engaged to a girl from a I %  : hood town A f: iend congratulated him and inquired who was the lucky girl. On being told, the : claimed: "My friend I t girl has a very shady reputation: the whole male population has had affairs with her" The young man: ran to the Shadchan and cried: "Gazlan, what have you done to me!" and then be what he was told. "Oh. nonsense' How many men are tin re all told in that i town?" A Jew guilty of having a love affair with a married woman—a crime for which it is believed. small children die night before the Rabbi who gave the lothario a strong lecture. The sinepi :.' ml promised not to do il again On his way home. children ran after him and called him uncomplimentary n a m e s The man exclaimed: "Kids, if you know what is good for you, shut up! If you don't, so help me, I am going at once to her h mse, and on the morrow you are dead ducks HASSIDIM JOKES Two Hassidim fell guilty of a religious transgression and came to the Rabbi to beg for repent.,„,.,.. The Rabbi asked one What do you hke best'. A good cigar" was the answer. "Refrain from smoking a whole year," was the reply. "And what do you like best?" the Rabbi asked the other. "My wife." was his answer •Keep away from her for a year," U .,. the sentence One night three or four months later the man was sitting in his room when he heard ntle knocking at the d •Who is there"" he asked. "It is me." he heard the wife's voiee "Go away." implored the man. "it is forbidden." "I know." murmured the wife. "I just came to tell you that your friend is already smoking a cigar." A Hassid entered, by mistake, the Rabbi's bedroom, and was awe-stricken at the miracle: the Rabbi's bed was hardly upset and red as though angels slept in it: while the Rebtzen's bed was in a state of disorder as if a regimi nt of artillery with horses d over it. A company of Hassidim were telling stones of miracles peri by'their respective Rab:., Hassid spoke up: "All of your stories are nothing but hearsay. I will tell you something that Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER G. M. DYKES IRON WORKS, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street Phone 2-5960 I actually saw with my own eyes. It happened last summer in the middle of the day. A man apparently m good health walked out of the house, suddenly stumbled and fell down unconscious. Someone ran for the Rabbi who approached the stricken man, put his hand on the man's head and whispered: "What is the matter with you? Get up!" "And the man got up at once?" all present called out. "No ... he did not. Ho was -tone dead." "What sort of a miracle was that'.'" "Miracle? I don't know, but this I saw with my own eyes." BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER JUDGE RALPH C. POLE Miami Beach Councilman V PIERRE'S CANDIES 109 Sunset Drive SOUTH MIAMI LAND-0-SUN FRUIT SHIPPERS 1403 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH T T LI. A MOST HAPpv PASSOVER TO AL L ORANGE BOWL Grapefruit Juic. 232 E. FligUr Sir*, Miami. Florida T N. VV. PAINT & BODY I SHOP I Sport Tops and Seat Com Electric & Acetylene Welding Complete Body Works 521 N.W. 54th St. Phone 7| JIMMY CORSI.Prop. T LFF & REAL ESTATE 41 N. E. First Ave, MIAMI 901 N. W. 54th Street PHONE 78-3404 m T T SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM I T IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HAPPY PASSOVER TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERB FRINK T HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947 Jewisti fhrldian PAGE TWENTY-NINE 0 The lear of the Lord is the beginning oj wisdom.— Psalm CXI:10 By RABBI SIMON APRIL Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation In I lu' past the Jew conceived of religious education as the most !•'.„., ,.,1 „f human activities, and j n t he present education is certainly the most vital. Within a few years, our youth uill be men and women. If, in their case, the battle for Judaism |S | 0 st during their school life, what hope have we to keep them within the ranks of Israel, loyal and true in the days to come? The religious factor in education is the strongestof all motives that make for self-control and character. The weal and woe of our children thus depends upon the religious education with which they start on the journey of life. It is therefore the duty of every Jewish father and mother to understand at least the foundation of Jewish education as well as the aim towards which we are to train our children in the right path. One brief verse of the psalmist, restated in various forms by !" hc biblical sages, wonderfully expresses the foundation of Jewish education, "Reshis chochmoh yiras hasheim—The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." Jews of yesterday believed in the scriptural words "Tov lagcrki yisor ol binorov—It is good for a man that he bear the yoke in his youth." It also indicates the basic principle of Jewish education. The one Hebrew word— Chinuch—may indeed be said to contain the whole Jewish philosophy of education. The goal in the training of youth, it declares, is not the acquisition of skill, power or wealth. These things may be jjood in their place but they are not the primary ends either of education or in life. The primary aid of Jewkh education is tin consecration of the Jewish child to Judaism, and his preparation for a life of beneficence for Israel and humanity. The Jew of yesterday placed 'Talmud Torah" k'enged. His dearest and most dominant denre was to transmit to his children after him the spiritual wonders of Judaism, so that they ever "d live the Jewish life and rejoice in their full Jewish heritage. What is this full Jewish heritage? What are these full spiritGREETINGS iff LEVI PLUMBING 9-1416 GREETINGS T< > All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers "Say It with Flowers But Say It with Ours" B2 9 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 A HAPPY PASSOVER GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. 1? 32 N. W. 36th St. 2-2494 Associated with SYKES HARDWARE. INC. 78-1695 Paints. Housewares, Tools, Gifts. Fishing Tackle, Appliances 284 N. E. 79th Street ual possessions to which every Jewish child by virtue of his or her birth is entitled? To my mind, there are at least four such possessions, and only when the child has acquired all these has he the possibility of acquiring complete Judaism uiven to him. The four possessions are Jewish education. Hebrew language, Sacred scripture and Jewish history. Yes, my friends, the Jew of old understood and acted accordingly. Some of you may remember that in the old world Jews, the day after Passover a new Z'man began. It was the season for every father and mother hastened to make arrangements with the teacher for the instruction of the children. One Z'man was from Succoth to Pesach and the second Z'man was Pesach to Succoth. There was thus no break in the continuity of Jewish learning. Times have changed. The Jew takes note of seasons now as he did in other days, but these seasons are not marked by the Jewish Holy days, nor are the occasions for beginning or continuing the instruction of the children in Jewish law. There is the baseball season; there is the football season; there is the fishing season, and. of course, there are vacations, both in summer and in winter. In former days it was not necessary to remind the Jewish father or the Jewish mother to send a child to eheder. Now they have to be coaxed into doing that. The son is overloaded in public school and anyhow it is a long time yet until his Bar Mitzvah. I'll let him join the Bar Mitzvah class later on. I don't want him to be a "Rav." The daughter has too many other things to do, she can not afford to miss her piano lessons and anyway she won't be a rebbetzin. Under such conditions, by reaPASSOVER GREETINGS JERRY & MACK RADIATOR REPAIRS 2029 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-4735 SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 379 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 son of these altered circumstances it is urgent that again and again the father and mother should be instilled with a sense of dui which should arouse in them the spirit of responsibility toward their children in respect to giving them a Jewish training. Sending a child to eheder in former days was quite a ceremony, a sort of meat occasion. Going to school fur the first time was associated with a glory that is never experienced again. But what of today? Jewish parents are fostering ignorance; they are perpetrating unJewishness, even anti-Jewishness. We are bringing up a generation of men and women who, in time, may hate and despise everything that is Jewish. The doors of our schools are wide open today more than ever before. Jewish parents should crowd these Hebrew schools enrolling their children for Jewish instruction. We arc anxious to instruct. Give us these children. Rich though we be in material things, if we are poor in matters of the spirit; if we have no assurance that our children will make ours, then we are paupers. Fathers and mothers, send that son of yours to the Talmud Torah and enroll that daughter of yours in the Hebrew school. Acquaint them with the Jewish history that they may years later know what a "scider" is, not only on the fust two nights of Passover, but they may have "seider" (order) throughout their Jewish lives. 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PAGE THIRTY vJenirtncrMton raroAYAp RIL4 DINNER FOR WORKERS WILL OPEN CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL FUND DRIVE The $500,000 building fund campaign to complete the Soutli Florida Children's Hospital will open with a dinner at Bayfront Park, April 11. More than 1.000 volunteer workers, who will canvass every section of Dade county, have been invited. Report meetings are scheduled for April 17 and 22 and a victory dinner is planned for the conclusion of the drive on April 30. Chartered as a non-profit institution, the hospital will be available to all children up to 1" years of age, regardless of creed, iacc and religion. The building, located west of Red Rd. and Coral Gables, was started in 1941 hut construction was halted during the war. ALLERGIST MOVES OFFICES The offices of Dr. J. A. Rudolph, allergist, have been moved from Room 204. 541 Lincoln id., to Suite 524-526 Lincoln bldg.. Miami Beach. Bitensky, Margareten Engagement Revealed Mr and Mrs. Isaac Bitensky of Far Rockaway, N. Y., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sylvia, to Harry Margareten, son of Mrs. Jacob Margareten and grandson of Mrs. Regina Margareten, one of the founders of the Horowitz Brothers and Margareten Matzos firm. A graduate of Brooklyn college, Miss Bitensky has been active in various Zionist and re ligious groups. Mr. Margareten attended Dr. Asher's school at Bes-Les-Bains, Switzerland, and New York University. He served four and one-half years in the attached to a medical unit. Rabbi, Displaced Jews Charged With Rioting SALZBURG (JTA).-The ttjaj of five displaced Jews, including la rabbi, who arc charged witn rioting and assault upon an Austrian civilian, opened last week before a U.S. Army military court. Prosecution witnesses at tne opening session testified that the conductor of a bus was beaten uP by a crowd of displaced Polish Jews from the Reidenburg camp near here, who collected following his refusal to allow the rabbi. Moses Weiss, and another Jew to enter the I us because he said it was already full. Obituaries ZUCKERMAN \ '. • i of Ml in I >r l> /,. %  %  of ( s u SSrd v •In-! %  ~' were held 1 the Palmei Funeral homi R I J' •• l>h RacknvKk) 8 Mi 7 ..., ii,,. here l N N .' nnd : rived by one son, lir: y. SCHAFFER Sorvlei Mn S wen -~ •' %  '• Rahul Ii vlng Li lirmai In !'• ich Mi i !i;i|.. :. Havlnu • hei %  • fron \Yo I'll sh< lived il 11 no! Hve Surviving HI %  M Dr. E. J. Edelman Opens Lincoln Road Offices Dr. E. J. Edelman has opened his offices for the practice of OSteopathic medicine and surgery in Suite 210-17 Sterling building, 827 Lincoln Road. A resident of Miami Beach for many years, he was educated at the University of Michigan and the Cl icago College of Osteopathy. Just prior to his return in February. Dr. Edelman completed his internship at Lakeside Hospital. Kansas City, Mo. RUBIN %  Rose Ruh > H W p • %  i • wi '' \ i Mt. Nel MARON Mori Man 7">. of I i \ ...".'• %  : I • i He FRIEDLAND %  i:. M rat to Si I 1 by Gold I • The Baltimore Club of Florida has listed a change in plans for their Miami Beach YMHA Building Fund benefit. According lo Harry R. Sherman, president, a card party will be held in the National Hotel auditorium, April 17, al 7:30 p. m. TO JEWRY EVERYHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 320 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 48-1731 T TO ALL OUR FRIENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 in HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blue Prints—Black and While and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St. PHONE 3-5777 ill BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PROVIDENT JEWELRY and LUGGAGE COMPANY 39 N. Miami Avenue in T A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FLORIDEAN CONVALESCENT HOME 47 N. W. 32nd Place p ho ne 4-6306 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FIVE CORNERS RESTAURANT "The Best for Less" GOOD FOOD 1702 West Flagler Street ARMY OPTOMETRIST OPENS OFFICES HERE Dr. Stanley Fromm, recently retired from the Army, announces the opening of his offices for the practice of optometry at 9711 N. E. Second ave. A graduate of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Dr. Fromm was a member of the clinical staff. He has done extensive research in the study of visual training for children and the fitting of contact lenses. During his Army career he was in charge of an eye clinic at 605 Lincoln rd. tlntil recently he was associated with Dr. Charles Beckwith. VISIT HANNAU STUDIO'S NEW LOCATION 1628 Penn. yhraala ^ at Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3221 LAND 0' SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER TOSbTBO Milk and Dairy Products MILK IN CONTAINER Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director BOTTLED AND CANNED MILK Under the Supervision of Jh GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRU5 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky Conaregeiion Beth Tfilah. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route salesman SS=55 %  %  .... 1 1



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r o,nA Y. APRH 4, 1949 L ^^^ %  '+ k*istirhrldlton PAGE THIRTY-ON f IN THE MAIL Dear Sir: The following may be of inJS to you to publish in The Washington correspondent mide some derogatory remarks which are not conducive to good fellowship among the people ol the world. The entire problem of the Palestine matter is nothing more or less than another British political scheme. Their real objective is oil in Iran. Great Britain is no more interested in the good and welfare of the Arabs than they are in any other nation. Had conditions been reversed and the oil wells were located in Jewish territory, they would have fought on behalf of the Jews. President Truman has not aroused false hopes among the Jews of the world as charged by the Washington correspondent. Mr. Truman was sincere and his manner friendly when he suggested that 100,000 displaced Jews be allowed to enter Palestine. And by the same token, he has shown up the incompetence of the British Labor government, and their pre-election promises were only phoney. This Washington correspondent is twisted in his reasoning when he further states that Mr. Truman also embittered the whole Arab world. Anyone with common sense and decency knows that the Arabs and Jews were getting on peaceably. Ever since the Jews migrated to Palestine after World War I, the Arabs have been employed by the Jews at higher wages than they ever before received for services rendered. The standard of living of the Arabs has been raised to a level where they were truly happy to be employed by and to trade with the Jews. But a higher standard of living for the Arabs is not to the liking of the British! Britain cannot afford to have others take the spotlight away from her, and so in her coquettish and usual tricky manner for which she has a world-wide reputation, she planted her emissaries in that particular area to undermine the Arabs and incite them against the Jews. Great Britain is primarily responsible for the PASSOVER GREETINGS MERCHANTS EGG CO. Wholesale and Retail EGGS FRESH DAILY 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-2927 HAPPY PASSOVER 1 WESTERN I Wholesale and Retail 2122 N. W. Seventh Ave. Miami, Florida PHONE 3-7837 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court disturbances now existing in Palestine. The so-called statesmen of Great Britain are the original jerboas of the Arabs. This Washington correspondent believes that if these tendencies continue long enoug hand go far enough, this will cut the world in two. Great Britain has always been a double-dealer and that is exactly what she has in mind, and she shall have what she asks for in due time. But she will be on the short end of the stick. The British Empire is shrinking at a rapid pace and she is receiving her just reward for the mistreatment of the various countries she has held under her thumb for centuries. She has enslaved the world long enough. If we had not fought our way out of her iron-fisted hold, we, too, would be taking orders from No. 10 Downing Street today. All this nonsense of Zionists versus non-Zionists, as expressed by the Washington correspondent, is just rabble-rousing camouflage. Millions of homeless, displaced Jews are seeking a place in the sun and are willing to sweat for their daily sustenance. That is asking little enough! If the bull-headed British statesmen of today knew their history, they would humbly acknowledge that the Jews played a great and very important part in saving them from becoming the slaves of their enemies who were ready to snuff the life out of the entire British Empire. Great Britain should always remember Benjamin Disraeli, Chaim Weizmann and those Jewish engineers outside of Alexandria, Egypt, who saved the British forces from annihilation, and averted the capture of Egypt in World War II. The British as a general rule never find it convenient to remember the kind and heroic deeds that were done in TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DIXON COSTUME SHOP 724 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-5333 their behalf. As a matter of record and history, the slick Britishers were the first to refuse to return any part of the vast sums of money loaned to them by the United States to help save them from utter destruction in World War I. Is it not a matter of record and history that they, the very same British, labeled us "Uncle Shylock" when we asked for the return of the monies advanced to them? The British were always champions in starting an argument with other nations, but the very minute they found themselves in difficulties, they started yelping to the same "Uncle Shylock" to come to her aid; and like a lot of stupid fools, we immediately went to her aid with manpower, money and material, besides opening our hearts and homes to their women and children when the blitz bombs were dropping on their homes and heads to keep them out of harm's path. The charge that Mr. Truman was responsible for the breakdown of the Anglo-Arab-Jewish negotiations is another instance where they must have someone to point at to cover up their own incompetence and inability to negotiate in an open-above-board (Continued on Page 32) TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER CARRIB NOVELTY CO. Imported and Domestic Novelties 44 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 3-0110 Phone 3-7015 Brakes A Specialty HARRISON'S GARAGE Factory Specialists On BUICK and HUPMOBILE Body, Fenders and Painting Tops and Seat Covers 125 N. 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*JewisHk>ridriarJ J !" £^APRIL 4 BIG FOUR PLAN T NEW YORK (JTA)—Leaders of major Jewish organizations expressed concern over the weekend at the decision of the Big Four deputies at Moscow to evacuate all Allied troops from Austria within 90 days after a peace treaty with that country is signed. Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, chairman of the political department of the World Jewish Congress, warned that unless adequate precautions are taken, the withdrawal of Allied forces will be followed "by a holocaust which would complete Hitler's work." "I hope Austria will overcome its problems and will succeed in finally eradicating the antiSemitic tendencies which have played so unhappy a part in its recent history." he added. "But we Jews can take no risk and the civilized world is not entitled, in the light of what has happened, to ask us to take any risks." Dr. John Slawson, executive vice president of the American Jewish committee, said that before Allied troops leave the country "the Jewish displaced persons now in Austria, with the exception of a small number who mayapply for citizenship, should be removed to places of safety." The Jewish DP's. he pointed nut. will nut be safe in Austria because "Austrian anti-Semitism is widespread." Stressing the point that the Austrian government's attitude is "equivocal," Dr. Slaws.in demanded that the treaty should contain stringent guarantees for' the equality and security of the Jews in Austria. SEASON'S GREETINGS Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-31G3 A HAPPY PASSOVER DAVID R. BAIN REALTOR 7232 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-1140 PASSOVER GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN. President Iroquois China-Oneida Silver Bramlett Equipment and Supply Co. Hotel, Restaurant and Soda Fountain Equipment 800 N. E. First Ave. PHONE 2-0794 and 3-7857 PASSOVER GREETINGS Armature & Generator Exchange 340 N. W. First Court PHONE 2-0491 IN THE MAIL (Continued from Page 31 ) manner. It is a foregone inclusion that Prime Minister Attlee and his Foreign Secretary Bi VH1 are not up to their respective jobs. They do not have the ability required to fulfill the greal responsibilities of thus.' jobs and should therefore check out or be voted out of office at the earliest possible moment; otherwise we will find ourselves suctioned into World War 111 for their stupid statesmanship Statements made by non-Zionists, that setting up a Jewish .tale in Palestine would harm, not help, world Jewry, is not ,,nly stupid, but ran be recognized as infantile thinking and reasoning. They further state that Palestine could hold only a small portion of all the world's Jews and most .lows don't want to live .,, Palestine at all' Naturally' N,, in.ire than all the Irish want t,, hve in Ireland, or the French in France, or the English m England. For tin' benefit of the nonZionists and all other factions that oppose the entry of Jews in Palestine, it must be a known fact that Jews want to live peaceably, honorably and respectably among all the peoples. Furthermore, the Jews are not arrogant or aggressive. They are. however, progressive and wish to carry on in their respective fields ,i endeavor anil to help build up every community in which they settle in whatever part of the world it may I.e. They have always been assimilated in the communities in which they setlied, and in their respective businesses, professions and politics. Now. then, if the British statesmen were to start minding their own affairs and stopped their snooping into theaffT^ 55858 of others, they would and1 ^ themse.vesas^^aVot^? Jews, g.ven the ODD !" 5 ^ solve their .w„ E^ the Arabs. They* w,? 5 <3 along peacefullv until th "*< interfered and C t^ cart and caused,hep J^feturbances, which thevT *"" incapable of correcting "* Very truly y ours CLAUDE D. ARMSTRONG Miami Beach, Fla. BPITOR'8 NOTB-Th. (* to a lerlen .. ,.' Ii ,l' c 1 rl, n. K l "' "hich .ii • Mv ** th Miami Herald "' ceri,l >' H -x.- ; ; ,\i v' vlV '•f 0 ;m> W W.' tV,a 'l' ** w ,y ana %  ^ ? n8 can V* <* %\ 0 nd\an. fflL W Member Fed era TherirsfflattonalBank of Miami Miami* OUcsi and Largest Financial Institution Estallisked 19Q2 i 0 1 East F l ag l er Street ePO,it ln,Ura c Corporation and FedVr.l Reserve Sy.t.m



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Ly, APRIL 4, 1947 *Jenlst> limrMinn N THE MEANING OF FREEDOM By RABBI ALEXANDER J. BURNSTEIN There is no other festival in the Jewish calendar so univerd appealing in its message as is Passover. Passover is arilv ,he ies,ival oi freedom The dream of freedom is no thinq in human life. For the idea which it represents men been ready to sacrifice themselves in every age, and the se of human devlopment may be traced, at least in recent by the answers men have given to its challenge. But Isalone has given the principle of freedom classic and reexpression at its very inception as a people, and Jewish PAGE THIRTY-THREE nt, in enshrined its historic liberation from Egyptian slavery ie Feast of PaMOver. ^^ Q{ freedom What humani 1 needs today, what it needs poignantly, desperately, is a great purpose for which to be free. In our day the earth has been made by the magic of technology and engineering into "one world." Is this an end in itself? Can science and technology ever give us a solution to our living and dying, a goal to our freedom? Does the possibility of tremendous power ever give men any sense of what power is to be used for? Let us not delude ourselves. Power and freedom are means to an end, not ends in themselves. Even individuals are not ends in themselves, but means for the realization of an end, which, nevertheless, they create themselves when they work hand in hand within the only frame of reference which contains them all: humanity. The noblest and most significant freedom is the freedom to be human, the opportunity to express that which reflects our own true self, that which stamps us as persons. And it is a very rare freedom. It is still denied to millions today, who are compelled to agree to what others want them to do or believe. It means E different things to differlpeople. We all want to be but what is freedom, when %  we free? Let us have the Lf to admit that modern |'s concept of freedom has in must cases one of rebela negative idea. It has at least in recent cenfreedom from various |, s of despotism, aristocracy, cray. plutocracy and heiriv. We have established our |t lo freedom on the emobasis of our repudiation of | bonds—political! soreligious, economic, and logical. We have wanted pom as a protest. It has albcen freedom from some: or freedom of something, dom of press, thought, or asply. We have rarely stopped pnsider that there is very litien>e or power in a kind of pom which is not freedom for fclhing. We want to be free. It fur? his is the crucial question must be answered by our (ration and answered in clarWKv have just passed through ltorturous experiences of a al war. and we have sucled in ensuring those condithat are essential for the nation of human liberty— Imight evey say for survival |he human soul. We have ht for freedom, we have at Iwon (at what a cost!) the lous free road that leads to pom. What are we going to [ith it? |ve any man a fully valid, a land potent purpose, to strive When freedom to strive after 1 purpose will have a quick, a stirring significance. But goal implied in the grantor the winning of freedom is pieagcr and puny, there can f" creative meaning in the |T0 ALL A MOST iAPPY PASSOVER is denied to rich, as well as to millions of poor and economically dependent men. It is denied to anyone who must from the outset conform to special standards which overshadow, twist, or corrupt his essential humanity. It is denied to anyone who as he grows through childhood is made to believe in the inherent sinfulness of "human nature." Freedom to be human can exist only where evey man can have faith in man. It can only mean anything to those who accept as the foundation 0 f their individual differences and cultural distinctions "man's common humanity." Only he who gives priority to what all men have in common over what differentiates every man from every other man, can know the full and vital meaning of this freedom to be human. Unless we have faith in man, there can be no really 0 r signiicantly free world. It is not a sentimental idealization of hu manity; you cannot add ignorance and get wisdom, or unite a mass of selfish individuals and (Continued on Page 39) Have You Tried the New BLUE-GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively IHUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. L. POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1659 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-3357 PASSOVER GREETINGS WELLS Leisure Apparel for Him & Her 5-7178 JOE LINN — Lincoln at Collins A HAPPY PASSOVER T WILLIS NOVELTY ADVERTISING 404 N. W. 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PAGE THIRTY-FC'JR >Jenistfkrkte>r^ WPAY.AHOt 4.19 APT.HOUSE UNIT RECORDS Or.e '-' -. .... .. -• %  • .-.. of '.' co-chainnax of u i v :i :•. that the a of Greater M nearly S25.00C tc the IM7 I %  %  %  %  tun large* • ip to a fu wintry, Mi Most of 1 M E %  • ng %  owners had %  '•' • • • I •r tl hfe .: En : Mrnen wbc mad. *" 1 :M5 Mendiai I i l Harry Bodei 72S 141 i 1 .%  ;.-.•:-% %  Jacob •-" MJ ill Shank%  A HAPPY PASSOVER TO YOU ALL 1 MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and FAMILY AND EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1726 N. W. 36th Street TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESAI.E GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 PASSOVER GREETINGS L L BOSTWICK General Contractor 2233 S. W. 9th Street Phone 3471? : L %  84€ J e£ .--. %  -' • Levin, 43'j 1308 and Oscar _. L r x Creek but a %  ..-. the la Among i lf..L • H 5 Ch American Pharmacy. Inc. r ... 744 N. E. 2nd Are. Ph.3-4665 Marshall s Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 r.; in V %  : • v..;t -% %  %  %  :• • % %  SEASON'S GREETINGS MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS. Inc. 2035 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-8335 Club & Casino Equipment RUSS SEIFERTH PLUMBING. HEATING AND GAS PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 543 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 9-1108 In the Heart of Downtown Miami TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 OppCor. Elks Cljb T J Everywhere • MOST HAPPY PASSOVER T RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL Come in and Enjoy ALPERT'S RESTAURANT No. 6 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach CLUB BREAKFAST,! LUNCHEON, DINNERS AND SPECIALS Same Fine Foods—Our 14th Year—Same Management WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER T EGNER & MULCAHY TAILORS 11 N. E. Second Avenue A HAPPY PASSOVER T OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATION STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service "With A Smile" 2065 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-9365 It Is With Pleasure That I Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 2-4010 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL T PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE All M Phone 9-3572 3301 N. W. 17th AVE. MIAMI. FLA. A HAPPY PASSOVER WILCOX GARAGE Your Patronage Appreciated Complete Mechanical Service 2125 N. W. First Ave. Phone 3-9166 SEASON'S GREETINGS T ALBERT E. REDLHAMMEH BUILDER 152 N. E. First Avenue Phone A.I4S9 1323 S. W. 8h Street „££ *JgJ FACILITIES FOR BUYING, BUILDING AND SELLING ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE "When Belter Homes Are Built We Will Build Them" PASSOVER GREETINGS Picciolo American-Italian Restaurant 136 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9031 UNDER MANAGEMENT OF G. C ACCOLLA A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL STEWART'S JUVENILE FTJRNITURE and TOYS 1645 Meridian Avenue Phone 5-6928 Just Off Lincoln Road HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL TUTAN MOTORS. Inc. 216 Minorca Avenue CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL MY FRIENDS MY SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS $ "EDW." MERCER. President Mercantile National Bank / \ i i \9k 6\ Jwk. liiilii "The Home of Delicious Foods" PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS i* Re p c**V DRUG. DEPAR T STORE



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FRIDAY, APRIL 4,_1947^ 1 i 'Jewistifkridufi PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Miami Lighthouse Begins APT. HOUSE DIVISION "ALL OUT" FOR CJA Annual Sale Of Seals qrals from the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind will go in the mail today to residents of Greater Miami to raise funds for the Sntnance of the Lighthouse nd for the founding of an eye clinic where every person in the community afflicted with poor vision can receive proper care and attention, Hal S. Pelton, vice president and seal chairman, announced. The Lighthouse is providing training, employment, recreation and social case work for the blind or near-blind in this area, and is preventing blindness through conservation and restoration of sight. Open house will be held at the Lighthouse April 7 through April 13 from 2 until 5 o'clock every afternoon. There will be music and refreshments and exhibits of the various types of products produced by the sightless workers. These will include rubber door mats, bridge and table cloths made on Lighthouse looms, towels, rugs, caned chairs and knitted baby blankets and clothes. Save-A Life League Nominating Committee Nominating committee for Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women has been appointed by Mr. Albert M. Berson, president. Mrs. Fred Sandier will head the group which includes Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. Edward Weinstein, Mrs. Leonard Gorden and Mrs. Sol Braun. Mrs. Kurt Lederer and Mrs. Ida Mcltzer will act as alternates. The slate will be presented at the regular meeting on April 17, with installation set for May 11. Sisterhood Drive Begins Sisterhood Chesed Shel-Emes, ladies' burial society, will launch its membership drive with a tea Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. Stone, 1601 S. W. 11 Terrace. Mrs. Joseph Malek, president. has selected Mrs. Samuel Geltner and Mrs, Stone as co-directors of the campaign. Q. What did Moses take with him out of Egypt? A. The bones of Joseph. SEASONS GREETINGS V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. U91 N. W. 22nd Si. Ph. 3-8795 To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers A Most Happy Passover REES MARSHALL CORAL GABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2128 Ponce de Leon Bird. A HAPPY PASSOVER CARSON MOTOR INN Courteous Service 502 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-3586 FLOOR SANDING Dr "3 Quality Workmanship ^ 20 Years In Miami ACE FLOORING CO. 2131 N. W. 51t St. Phone 7-3544 Morris Gold, center, chairman oi the apartment house division, is congratulated by Sam Lachman oi the hotel division. Looking on is Irving Frankel, who, with Lachman, is co-chairman oi the hotel drive. Program plans for 1947 will be formulated at a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge Committee on Public Affairs, Monday, April 7, at the home of Chairman John Kronenfeld, 45 N. W. 50th St. A Passover program will be presented at the meeting of Pioneer Women's club No. 1, Tuesday, 8 p. m., in the auditorium of Congregation Beth David. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RAWLSON & CO., Inc. Interior Decorators DAVID SCHWARZMAN 114 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 229 5th Street, Miami Beach HAPPY PASSOVER Ferguson & McCormick Clinic 320 S. E. First Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. B. FORD GENERAL CONTRACTOR 307 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3508 SEASON'S GREETINGS Best Wishes for the PASSOVER ii! HUGH S. LARRICK REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Blvd. Phone 5-2773 To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BENNER BOX & PRINTING GO Lejuene Road Phone 8-2207 £ DALLETT'S RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Pan American Bank Building INSURANCE 3-3331 IT IS WITH PLEA SURE I EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS 9! SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS iji LE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA i n !H Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pinetree Drive MIAMI BEACH RICHARDS N. MIAMI AVE. AT 1st ST. PHONE 2-6161 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Buy Savings Bonds and Stamps %  ~*"



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fHfflWMPflW w3 SB KSSKK&HSJHB PAGE THIRTY-SIX L^ittnorkllar raiDAY. A PRIL ,„, IS nor the will of the Almighty that spirit fights harder to bull ate enough to witness the growth of the State as a wl have seen what would be termed the "miracles of old''i This Passover Message Mm CHORNEY HOTEL 1120 Collins Avenue Miami Beach CLAVELON HOTEL & APTS. 4210 Collins Avenue Miami Beach CLAY HOTEL 1438 Washington Avenue Miami Beach CORSAIR HOTEL 101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach EMPIRE HOTEL 750 Collins Avenue Miami Beach FRANKLIN HOTEL 860 Collins Avenue Miami Beach GER HOTEL 530 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach HADDON HALL HOTEL 1500 Collins Avenue Miami Beach HOTEL PIERRE 216 43rd Street Miami Beach MARE GRANDE HOTEL 524 Ocean Drive Miami Beach MIAMI BEACH HOTEL 520 Ocean Drive Miami Beach NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Ave., Cor. 1st St. Miami Beach Strictly Kosher PARADA HOTEL 1428 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach PARK LANE APT. HOTEL Alton Rd. at 10th St. Miami Beach WILLIAM PENN HOTEL 722 Washington Avenue Miami Beach ST. GEORGE HOTEL 605 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach SHELBY HOTEL 1826 Collins Avenue Miami Beach SOVEREIGN HOTEL 4385 Collins Avenue Miami Beach WALBURNE HOTEL 125 Ocean Drive Miami Beach WAVES HOTEL 1244 Ocean Drive Miami Beach CAVALIER HOTEL 1320 Ocean Drive Miami Beach TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Drive Miami Beach TRAYMORE HOTEL 2425 Collins Avenue Miami TYLER HOTEL 430 21st Street Mian"I OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL 4130 Collins Avenue Miami I ALBION HOTEL 1650 James Avenue Miami| BARCLAY PLAZA HOTE 1940 Park Avenue Miaoi CADET HOTEL 1701 James Avenue CLYDE HOTEL 1430 Ocean Drive Miami EMBASSY HOTEL 2940 Collins Avenue Miaffll i EXCHANGE HOTEL 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue GROSSINGER-PANCOASTij Mia* 2901 Collins Avenue KENMORE HOTE. 1050 Washington Avenue Strictly Kosher-American''



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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947 +Jewistrk>r§dtiari PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN born of the pioneer spirit a spirit that fears not storm fe and after each setback... whether the act of man or |d grow to greater glories. Those who have been fortunmd Greater Miami as the community in which we live days of Pharoah. Through The Cooperation Of* LONDON ARMS HOTEL =1 727 Collins Avenue Miami Beach RITZ PLAZA HOTEL | 1701 Collins Avenue Miami Beach RIVIERA PLAZA HOTEL 337 20th Street Miami Beach ROBERTS HOTEL 28 W. Flagler Street Miami ST. MORITZ HOTEL Ocean Front at 16th St. Phone 58-3711 SHORE PARK HOTEL 1820 Ocean Drive Miami Beach SILVER PALM HOTEL [3700 Collins Avenue Miami Beach STRATH HAVEN DINING ROOM Chef Paul I 411 Ocean Drive Miami Beach TA-MIAMI HOTEL 2 3 W. Flagler Street Miami VERSAILLES HOTEL 346 5 Collins Avenue Miami Beach VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive Miami Beach WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach WHITEHART HOTEL 315 Ocean Drive Miami Beach COLLINS PLAZA HOTEL 318 20th/Street Miami Beach FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1055 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach MAYFAIR HOTEL 1960 Park Avenue Miami Beach RALEIGH HOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind & Family SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive Miami Beach TUDOR HOTEL 1111 Collins Avenue Miami Beach ROYAL PALM HOTEL ,' On the Ocean Betw. Lincoln Rd. and 15th St. Miami Beach CARIBBEAN HOTEL Entire Block of Ocean 37th to 38th Street Miami Beach E have seen sturdy wastes created into miles of glorious modern and statuesque hotels, buildings and homes transforming a barren wilderness into a place of beauty ... This year as the Passover holiday is celebrated the picture of the sturdy pioneers of Palestine becomes more vivid... the desire for freedom, for new life, the will to create and to build is made more realistic... for as did the pioneer spirit of Greater Miami and Florida overcome hardship and obstacle to make our city renowned the world over... so will their efforts to make Palestine be successful.



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT i-Je^Htffhridl^n FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER IRVIN'S FAMOUS CHICKEN Steaks Served the Handy Way 441 41sl ST.. MIAMI BEACH $1.25 $1.25 Chops PHONE 5-4063 PASSOVER GREETINGS A. & B. PIPE & STEEL 500 N. W. Stfa STREET. CORNER 5th AVENUE Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowlli Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowiti Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowiti Mildred. Harold and Donald Berkowitz MIAMI. FLORIDA good-will tour of he The Palestine Hapoel all-star soccer team, shovn above w.l1 me*, a gooa-w^ ^ United. States this spring beginning with a gaie a. V anxe s ad urn sponsored by The team will play all-star American soccer .teams. J^g*;? !" in cooperation with the Jewish National Workers Alliance andI after Labor J&oms roup nors and major AFL and CIO unions. Prominent oHicia b. n ^ im ^ !" J Lei bowitz of Brooklyn is scr s^Mtf .t^%£= SP or, s ^.—* tour. ___ — 1 ___„—— A regular meeting of the Baltimore Club of Florida will be held on Tuesday, April 8. at 8 p. m. at the Beach YM&WHA. 1, Lincoln Rd. SEASONS GREETINGS AUTO LOCK & SUPPLY COMPANY 1304 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 9-3144 T A Happy Passovei To All L. MURRAY DIXON Architect 605 Lincoln Road 58-1671 T TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER R. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Lino of Fertilizers for All Occasions FEED and SUPPLIES Call 4-3375 274 SUNSET DRIVE SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER PENN SYRUP SALES CO. OF FLOHIOA PENN BRAND "Quality Fountain Products" 2009 N. Miami Ave. Telephones 9-1566-6-3145 MR. and MRS. R. HARRISON SOUTH MIAMI TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER i CORAL GABLES BAKERY Delicious Pastries-Special Cakes for Weddings. Birthdays and All Occasions 2518 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 4-9159 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ROHAN'S PAINTS & HARII Telephone 5-2026 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE Miami Beach, Fli Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Ir. 56 S. W. FIRST STREET Y To All a Most Happy Passover JAC.K NICOLL Business Opportunities—Buy in Confidence LARGEST AND MOST SKI.ITT LISTINGS IN THE SOUTH PHONE 3-3307 PAN AMERICAN BANK BLDG. T A HAPPY PASSOVER HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY Complete Drug Service 936 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-7541 MIAMI JUST A THEATRE AND A JfltFROM / %  / \< SHOPPING CENTER TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER J. L D -9 Rr •. t 43 cktail red" in Mi-.1 A %  >• • d ? %  HIGH-GRADE ELECTRIC Radios Repaired Car and Home Radios OUR SPECIALTY 24-HOUR SERVICE Free Pick Up and Delivery Service 2-9240 -PHONES—3-7059 19 N. E. 14th Street T TO ALL .. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER KIRBY-TUTTLE CO.. INC. 15 West Flagler Street E Phone 3-7614 U 1 ini on i! R \)jhtti MIAMI • FLORIDA' iT'fl •. .mini!|!nw 1 •' %  £ *'nlllnj T TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON !E'S GARAGE, 170 N. E. First Street



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FRIDAY^ APRIL 4, 1947 +Jmlst>norMlarj PAGE THIRTY-NINE (Continued /rom Page 33> ,. a common spirit of devotion f n hi gh ends. The voice of the Iple is not the voice of God. £., confidence in man means that the whole of men can better bl trusted to govern themselves, that we can trust one man or a few to have absolute power over their fellows. It is the belief that I the end, as in the days of Moses, if there be education and a chance to know the truth and full discussion of issues, the !commn people Will find their way to what is just and right. And th.it. f course, involves a deeP 01 fa'th, the faith in truth land justice themselves. We need that faith today. I Without it, all our international %  institutions for the establishment I of collective security cannot I amount to much. They will beI (ray man. because the men who Ilead them will always remain Ifirst Englishmen, Frenchmen, Russians, Instead of being basicIally, and underneath all local and Iracial differences, humans. InIdeed. the greatest danger conIfrontir.p mankind is perhaps that |we have learned to place our Ifaith m institutions, instead of Iplacing it in man. Men will not |bc saved by new techniques, but %  by a new faith, a new vision of lie universe and of man, a new *nse of relationship between jnan and man, so basic and so (deep that nothing can shake it. Men are distinguished from blants and animals by the fact ihat their destiny is largely governed by their own choice, by Iheir own judgment. They are Ixpelled from the nursery of fcother nature and must shift lor themselves. It is this which lives grandeur to human life, but t is also this which creates its eculiar hazards, burdens and jestiality. This is why human tfe points to high heaven or to lie depths of hell. The present hase of history is man's greatest test. He may perish from slavey to his passions, his blindness, his selfishness, or he may save himself by his intelligence and his unmistakable recognition t h a t his neighbor's interest is also his, 1 that a common humanity unites us all. To save himself man must have moral courage, not brute force, but patience, will, imagination, steadfastness, and fellow-feeling. The way to failure is easy, the way to success is hard. To live justly with one's fellowman is harder than to fight and dominate him. It is easier to get on with a domestic animal than with one's wife or neighbor. Slavery is easier for the slaveholder, than is free labor for the employer. It is easier to yield to passions than to control them, it is easier to wrangle and dispute with other nations than to agree and co-operate. In this age of destiny, and during this Zeman Cherutent, the season of freedom, it is well to rem mber the courage manifested by Moses, chief figure in the drama of Israel's redemption, who not only hurled the first challenge against the oppression and tyranny of Egypt but also led his freed people to Mt. Sinai and there gave them a sublime purpose for which, to live, by proclaiming the worship of the one God and the sacredness and inviolability of human life. We, too, require that courage if we are to achieve peace and security and freedom and overcome the forces of moral inertia which retard man's slow ascent to civilization, decency, and piety, and threaten to drop him into the pit of destruction. We can lose the freedom which we have won and the peace which is as yet to be achieved by suspicion, ignorance, defeatism, scepticism, and irresolution. We shall not lapse into peace and freedom by evasion, but we can render them secure if we Passover Greetings JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 62 N. E. 27th Street PHONE 2-1751 W DOUIU 1,1 and Jnd • Daily Daubl* li C v,. ol 1.45 P M SAl ADMISSION I1.15 lul TERRACf $2 50 including lontl *o MINOBS ADMimo .. m The BEST RACING THOROUGHBREDS in America in a jetting of breath-taking tropical beauty! SATURDAY'S FEATURE FT. LAUDERDALE HANDICAP $5,000 Added for 3-YEAR-OLDS AND UP ONE MILE AND A SIXTEENTH (US SMVICI DIRECT TO GATIS Ni.V\>\\W %JJ *r//f 7 HACK BY THF SfA | 0|,T OP MIAMI ON F8D8RAI HIGHWAY NO. 1 AT MAUANDAll INF Council Sets April 13, For Annual Flower Day Sale The JNF Council, composed of representatives of Zionist groups in the Greater Miami area, locally sponsor the annual JNF Flower Day observance, Sunday, April 13. Proceeds of the sale will be used to purchase land in Palestine (or ili. settlement ol gees and immigrants. Mr. Samuel Sloan, executive director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, has been named gi chairman with Mrs. M. 1; garten as co-chairman. Officers in the council include Mr. Sam Prosterman, chairman; Mrs. I, Rosengarten and S. Ashkenazy, vice chairmen; Isidor Goldberg, treasurer; M. Mi off, financial se el Rosalynn Drosd, corresponding Florence Samuels, recording retary; E. Lesowo d Dr Harry Queen. put our heads together and support them with an alliance based on a dynamic conception ol freedom, recognizing |he righl o1 each group and nation to live and to shape its own life and plan its own development for the welfare of all men—no' o an institution, whether c or state, not of a class or group. noble or Nordic or superman, but of men as men. The li of Passover must be relearncd if we are to integrate men ana nations in a new and better and free world. A HAPPY PASSOVER PINTO COMPLETE FUR SERVICE Open All Year—Refrigerated Vaultt FOR BONDED MESSENGER—CALL 5-7066 1642 EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH iii SEASON'S GREETINGS MOHRIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue—Phone 5-5545 543 Lincoln Road—Phone 5-5545 70 E. Flagler Street Phone 9-3195 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DADECOMMONWEALTH TITLE CO. T. J. BOMAR. President ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant in Dade County AMERICAN BANK BUILDING A HAPPY PASSOVER T GEQ. E. BUiELL INC. ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION PILE DRIVING Docks and Piers Swimming Pool Sea Walls of All Types U 79 N. E. 20th TERRACE PHONE 3-6474 T'S 41ST STREET FLOWER SHOP 423 41ST STREET Opp. Sheridan Theatre PHONE S-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER



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mmm i PAGE FORTY +JeistrhrMte£L FRIDAY, APRIL 4 THE JEWS WHO REMAIN IN By ISAAC J. SAL AM A (Jewish T phlc Agency Correjl J v .'_. (Copyright. 1947. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. lnc ^ AIR Q community, they have never heleS s maintained their religious charactcnst.es. They are concentrated chiefly In the two largest Egyptian cues of Cairo and Eandria, where the economy conflicts of Egyptian life are most sharply drawn, and V Egyptian and As we celebrate the deliverance of the lews from bondage in Mizraim thousands of years ago, it would be well to contemplate the situation of the modern day Jew who remain m *•£— ~ Mizraim. True, the Jew in Egypt i* not in slavery, but his con, u s ; at the dition in that land even now is still quite precarious. centraiea occa8ionally become The majority of the Jews in Egypt today, even if they and £** dunng periods of their ancestors were born in the country, are not Egyptian ObJJJ^g or polltlca i stress, such zens, nor are they citizens of other nations. They are in Limbo occurred durl ng the riots ot —yes. here too they are stateless. With the exception ot a November 2 1945. small number of rich and influential Jews, none of them have ^ fuiure for the Egyptian Egyptian passports. The roots of this paradoxical situation go back to the period before the first World War. A: that time Egypt was part of the Ottoman empire and, like the re=t of the empire was bound by semi-feudal customs and laws. But there was one way of avoiding that feudal set-up. Turkey sanctioned a form of extra terntoriality in Egypt. Foreigners with valid identification %  in other nations were bound by their own laws and exem thoritv of either the legislation of the loci thorities. Since it was reli to obtain passports from foreign consulates in Cairo, most ir. the country and those ., :.. ing thi re applic | .. ed such documents, and lived outside the nan tions of Turk:.-:, law. Passports ..fully led and passed from I to son for a number of gel tions. Wh. id of the war. Egypt nominally obtained her indepfrom the Turks, ictri ten itorial status of foreignerwas maintained by the h who exei %  • I over the country. As in other colonial nations, this practice was a thorn in the side of the local government and became a I irget for all is. In 193(J the Monl IDS convi Egyptians fro:.-. • ke. Although this move came to the Egyptian people in general as a liberating factor, to the Jews it was a -harp blow. For generabeen considered d now despite the tact thai many of them dressed, I, and spoke like nati they being treated as foreigners —a status which brought with it not privilege but new restrictions and problems. Immediately after the treatj 1936 the Jews began flock.: the ministry of the interior to request Egyptian citizenship and passports."Although they had numerous documents to prove that were born in the country and that their fathers and g %  them had been Egyptians, the Egyptian off • •d to grant them citizenship status. The first hurdle placed in their ir own national h waj a requeit for certifica,pt from the autj(jr flom .. t heir" consulates that • the empire laws they had 5urren dered all claims to "foreigr. nationality. Most of the Jews complied with this ret and thereby lost all proti m of an;. nment. The Egyptian authorities acted on %  and have, sii ce 1936. put the Jew n one text 0] another. 1 hi ; 50,000 Jews who have applied for Egyptian p and have not received it. Ttie situation of the 80,000 in the country is that of a fed minority. Although a • number are assimilated, including the leaders of the Jewisn GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satufactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Annul PHONE 4-5880 jews"is one of fear and uncertainty For some there IS U STof eventual acceptance la Egyptian r.ationa We, but lor most there is only V* hope of emigration. The simplest form of emigration fur the iority of the Jews is to cross the r m to Palestine. But here lies, the most complex political problem. Not only must the status of Jewish Palestine still be settled, but as foreign Jews they are not even permitted to leave Egypt for Palestine. A very small number occasionally smuggle themselves across the desert border, but police vigilance is too tight for most ol them, and so I ,v must wait for an internatllin:i i as well as a nal efore they can re-i lish themselves in a nation wnicn they can consider home. ~ LEGAL NOTICES "vOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai „l desiring lo engage f„ utlous name "f "" .i... (.. IIU'^i>* name <>. SKtCTSSB I 4-11 -1 "•--"• NOTICE IS he ii"' 1 %  nnl HEREBY GIVEN thai |„ g to eng ig> ii ,1,,. ii. mi.^is name ol ...... oil. I • I • I-' ;,| 1060 SM.L. ; %  '.;; 1 >V.!,' -,. %  ..., M. N ". with the : Dad ,unty, i V'BRAHAM OALINSKY UHOlVHA OAUSHK1 NOTICE is HKI;I:IIY GIVKM ,r ho utKl.-r.-iKM.-l. desiring to .„„' h business under the fletltlnu. f igt SCZI-BELI.K. ;,, |; Kiddle Building. (140 N W '-, "-','•'"' ",' ". He with U' Clerk of the i e %  "h the County, Florida. urt '* I A l: "THSTl:i N KAE GOLDBERG MILTON A. FRIEDMAN i ffiSSZh %* iv vi TER C KOVNER, I 1-11-lS-tt • T,CE OF PT D NIRSHVP ,ON F PARTNERSHIP %  • rill I-cat i N WEST alone, ... .,. all .1.1.1JACK N. W i> C HARRY DIETZ. \.:,.: i,. '. ..'. l.a I l-U __ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lesiring to the fictitious .;. SI I'PLY C West Rag er Street regist. I I "ami ... • if the Cl lit .. EHRENS, Sole Ownei 3/28 4/4-11 ____^__ NOTICE IS lli:i:i:i:1 GIVE %  lesll |l %  rictiti. PIERCE HOTEL, at 169 S I with the Clerk pi th. t of Bade 1 1 ABRAHAM RETSK1N, .• VMOS BENJAMIN, Xl Relskln. I 4 -1 IS CATON NURSING HOME 1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best car* for chronic tick, con. valescent and elderly people. sevLarg? Beautiful GroundtaaaH TO OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS and ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BUTLEH-W1LS0N PAPER GQWIPANY %  i! NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai rt ... Bade County. ALBERT BARON Till 'MAS SER< 'II I-' '•*•• Partners HARRY OIETZ, rants. 1 1-11-15-25 S COUNTY, JUDGE %  < "< RT DADE NTY, r'LORHJA. So Kl: 1 \N.\A RAPPAPORT, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \ ( .iii'i; 1 fen 1 nal 1 havi and i" UUon to" ,..,.., %  ator i ul ANNA RAPPAPORT, ..... II %  < %  '• %  Honorabli .. 1' ol l'-"l. I Ida, I %  ol aaM report I l< • ••!... state ul ANNA KAPJ •> li 'II r, di 1 %  a linJ1..I day ul April, I • 17 MAX RAPPAP" RT. MAX R. SILVER, Attorne) for Adm I. I-U-1S-2 i NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN ,1 the undersigned, d. .. \~J* b islness under the PARK VIEW ISLAND St.. Miami Beach p J -..ul name with the r|.-tk ,, .!" Circuit Court ol Da I. • ,,"' h LOUIS POSNER" rllU ROSE POSNER LOUIS KENIN HARRY \I tsi 1 ,w MTER8, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN (60 Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Appll J/H-21-S8 1 i-ii NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN ik.7 the undersigned, de %  •„ „..';'" i.usin.ss under 1 POSTERS DEPARTMEN al 250 Sunset Drive S th Florida. Intends jrith the Clerk ol th. 1 lade < "untv. Plot da RETNOLD8 DEPAR1 Mr\T INC., BILL L. PALLOT Attot 11. v : I 14-21-21 1 i-'.l • NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN Ikat tho undei signed, d. business in I. SLOPP1 JOE'S, at 267 i ... St.. Miami. Fl 1 Inten I to n .1 .1 name arlth the Clerk ol 0 c • suit Court ..f Dad. MAX BROOK JACK Q. il'l.ll EDWARD BOGAN aa co-part b/a SLOPPY JOE 8 Apn MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Atterne) s f.-i App I ".'21-28 1/4-1; : 1336 N. E. First Ave. Phone 3-0738 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 IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Trachtenberg's Kosher Food Market N. KAPLAN H. ROTHSTEIN MEAT DEPARTMENT M. BECKER GROCERY DEPARTMENT ill TRACHTENBERG VEGETABLE and FRUIT DEPARTMENT XI 1 ICE IS HEREB1 U1V l..\ that ing .0 engage 11 : TUH.ua name o. .1.1 is. 11 1 1 -i.l.i. A 1 I..-M..N. .,: __• M .-:.. :. Ulaml, I'.a intends t>. 1 ; name with the Clerk u. %  rcult Court vt Bade County, ; ..1. JACOB KRASNER MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. ; 7-M-2I %  :i 4 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thoi Hm undersigned, desiring t> ens^sje In • %  ,. :. tltlous name 01 '1ABLES MEDICAL I^ABORATORY, .t 123 ':. ,11.1.1 Ave ''<.i al lables, l-'ln.. Int. '..,' %  : aid n.inn A uli tie Clerk ..f the Circuit Court 01 1 lade %  • Plot Ida HARi 'l.i' OE< >ROE SHAPIRO, Sole Owner. -• I 1-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Igned, desiring iu engaaTe In mdei 1 he flvtltioua name ol IS MEN'S \\ EAR, at 113 N. E • • •. Miami, I-':.. Intend lo 1 name with 1 he .lerk *>' %  1 Dade Count) IS' iRERT M OOLDMAN 1: 1 111:1. OOLDMAN Mll.'l'. i.N A PRIEDMAN, • • f..i Applicants. li-ll-;--... i/i ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CBRCU1T COI'RT OP THE 11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. FANNIE FITERMAN SILVER, 1 iff, TS. LOUIS SILVER, %  lant. THE BTATE OF FLORIDA: [•I 1 I.. HIS SILVER Care ol 8. 8. Col .".111 Nlcollet A.. Minneapolis, Ml Y.m are hereby n. 1 to appear to the BUI ol 1 mplalat for 1 Hvoi ce filed sea styled cause on or bet the .-;th day • %  f A|.i l|, IH4T. oth. 1323 Washington Avenue NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that He. undersigned, desiring t.. engage In lit. iCtll IUS name III MAOIO Cl IV BOTi 1.1: SUPPLY, N W 27th Strei t, Miami, Fla Intend d name with the 1 lerk ..f the cin .it Court ..( D*d nty, 1 ISAAC EMMER JACK M EMMER Petitioners. MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN. AM.. 1 neya f"i Petitions) •< 11-21-28 4 1-11 Miami Beach NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undei signed, desiring < %  %  iler the fictitious name .>f SAVOY HOTEL 't 261 N W. Second Miami. 1... Is County, Ploi Ida Intends to reglstei said name with the • • ol the Cli 1 irt of l>a.l< County, Florida LILLIAN A REICH HARRY DIETZ, AM.. 1 ney f..r appll. int. Bids;. I ll--.'I-^S 4/4-11 IN THE COUNTY •"' I .r ; K f.'?-NTv! IN AND FOR DADE OOUW"FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No I9038_ In Re Estate of JOSEPH MgJg A/K/A JOSEPH GABBY MBJ A/K/A JOSEPH OABBY. A K AW GABBY, deceased _NOTICE TO %  '" % %  1 ," T0 "~HWTo All Creditors and I Peri % % %  |d Ins claims or Demanda Agalsjii Estate: ,, t harpby Y..u. and each of >"'• ar anr notified and required to V**'" lalma and demanda "' c ,, the either ..f you, mai nave asw K A .tate of JOtePH MIl-LLR. A A IOSEPH GABBY MII-l-KK. QS IOS 1: P II OABBY. A K y pjj, GABBY, deceased, late r County. Florida, to ," ;•""", pade lee in the County (^ffiTaW Dade County. World... "'''" of ,M %  alendar months from tl' oa cUinlist publication h.• % %  ; %  N -^ addemands to cuntsln the^t u HI.niton. County Judge of. County, and file the %  >"" first dress"' of"the" cli.lmant aV;^. sworn to and present-J a^ ^^ Act. e ertfi" be barred. See 120 of the lM '• | l : ) ij4J ,.-1:.' As Administrator ••' the JOSEPH t"U.BR. A/* A K J Kl-ll liAHl'V ,J } JOS JOSEPH GAHHV A A OABBY. decease"'WASMAN 4 SII.\1;-K. or Attorneys for Admlnl" 3/28 4/4-11-H


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 4, 1947

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947
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CJA CAMPAIGN
FIGURE NEARING
LUST m TOTAL
With more than 5,100 individ-
ual contributions brought in to
date, the 1947 Combined Jewish
Appeal has reached the figure of
$820,335, it was announced yes-
terday by Morris Klass, cam-
paign director, who predicted
that by the report meeting sched-
uled for next Monday night, the
collections would exceed last
year's total of $830,000.
"At the present moment we
are approximately $10,000 short
of what we raised last year," he
said "but we have already
taken in more than $100,000 over
what was raised at this time in
1946."
No report has been received as
yet on the cards of some 400 spe-
cial gift prospects, each of whom
last year contributed $100 or
more, Mr. Klass revealed.
"Many of these prospects are
out of the city at the moment
and others will not ^make their
commitments until later in the
year," he explained. "With the
normal anticipated increase in
their contributions, we are con-
fident that this group will pro-
duce over $200,000, thus bring-
ing our total to well over the one
million dollar maik, within the
next 30 days."
Mr. Klass pointed out that
never before in the history has
any annual fund raising organ-
izationJewish or non-Jewish
raised $1,000,000 for mainte-
nance needs of its member
agencies in an annual appeal.
"Coming at a time when we
have just concluded the initial
gift phase of our building fund
campaign for $2,500,000 for the
projected Mt. Sarai hospital, the
support of the community to the
Combined Jewish Appeal is a
measure of its warm-hearted
(Continued on Page 6)
;let the hungry come in and eatA
Beach Freeholders Vote
On Bond Issue Tuesday
Miami Beach freeholders will
vote at a special election Tues-
day, April 8, for a $1,650,000
bond issue to cover municipal
auditorium and sanitary and
street paving projects.
At a citizen's committee meet-
ing last week, Chairman J. C-
Kimball and members pointed
out the importance of supporting
the issue.
\ritain Surrenders Palestine Problem To U.N.
E SUCCESS, N. Y.Britain turned the ex-
|e Palestine problem over to the United Nations
aY and formally requested that a special
n o* the general assembly be called immedi-
^aunch preliminary studies.
^9 S'cretary-General Victor Hoo started the
ftY RmVing at once- Soon after he had re-
J British note, Hoo sent a telegram to each
member nations asking whether they ap-
Uin' oi an extraordinary session,
members was necessary.
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The British request was contained in a two-
paragraph note which in effect passed on to the
United Nations the full responsibility for finding a
remedy for the 25-year-old headache.
The note asked that: The Palestine problem be
placed on the agenda of the general assembly for
its regular September meeting and that a special
session be called "as soon as possible" to create a
special investigating committee to prepare a sug-
gested solution for consideration at the September
meeting.
- It also asked that the assembly make recom-
mendations "concerning the future government of
Palestine."
Warren R. Austin, chief of the permanent United
States mission to the United Nations, said he under-
stood that the special session was to be confined
to setting up machinery for doing the preliminary
work on Palestine.
"We have been for it as a matter of policy of
our government," he said.
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PAGE TWO
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er.umally Spealcma
Rev. Solomon Raab of Brook-
lyn has arrived in Ft. Lauder-
dale to join his wife, Sylvia,
who has been vacationing here
for the past two months. They
are the parents of Rabbi and
Mrs. David Raab of Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale .
Norman Litowitz and David
Sussman became Bar Mitzvah
last Saturday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. They are
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Litowitz and Dr. and Mrs. R.
Sussman Ruby wedding an-
niversary, the fortieth, was cele-
brated by Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Israel at a dinner and cham-
pagne party at the Ritz-Plaza
hotel.
Cantor Samuel Vigoda, who
recently gave a concert at the
Miami Beach Righ school under
the auspices of Kadimah chap-
ter of Pioneer Women, has re-
turned to Lakewood, N. J. .
Twenty friends of Myra Gail
Gainsboro attended a dinner
party in honor of her 12th birth-
day. The party was given by
her mother, Mrs. Lee Gains-
boro Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Abramson, Bayonne, N. J., are
spending their honeymoon at
the National hotel Visiting
from Newark, N. J., is Mr. Morris
Rutkin Visiting on the
Beach axe Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Grossman, who arrived Sunday
from Elizabeth, N. J. Also
visiting here are Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Weitz and daughters, Han-
nah and Lanie, of Kenilworth,
N. J. They are relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Grossman.
Daniel M. Broad left last Sun-
day for Tucson, Arizona, for a
two-month stay Nathan
Adelman is recuperating at his
home at 142-1 N. W. First st------
Harry Simonofi has returned
after several months in the
North.
Among those students who
have returned to their campuses
are Sarah Rose Schwartz who
was visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, and
Marilyn Younger, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Younger,
who will complete her freshman
year at Northwestern.
Mrs. Eddie Katz and daugh-
ters, Bobbie Sue and Cissie, of
Ft. Worth, are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. M. Schul-
man, for an extended stay.
Sid Lewis left for Henderson-
ville, N. C, for the June 1 open-
ing of his resort hotel, Dun-
craggan Inn. Mrs. Lewis and
their daughter, Barbara Neu-
feld, are spending the month
at the President Madison hotel
before leaving.
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Segal
and son Leon, of Orlando and
Atlanta, are guests at the
Roney Plaza hotel. Mr. Segal
will attend the Accountant's
Institute during his stay in Mi-
ami Maurice S. Weintraub
of 765 W. 50th St., Miami
Beach, has been initiated as a
member of Gargoyle, honorary
fraternity of the school of ar-
chitecture at the University of
Florida ... Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin J. Klass, of Sioux City,
Iowa, are honeymooning at
the Cadillac hotel. He is the
brother of Mr. Morris Klass, of
Miami.
Marjorie Freedman
Wed At Noon Ceremony
The marriage rf Miss Marjorie
Jane Freedman to Mr. Jack Sha-
piro was solemnized by Rabbi
Colman Zwitman in a noon cere-
mony at the King Cole hotel last
Thursday. The bride is the
HADASSAH COLLECTS
'SHOWER OF LINENS'
FOR PALESTINE DEPOT
Palestine Supplies Depot w-:!i
receive an "April Shower of
Linens and Clothing" which will
be gathered by members of Mi-
ami Group of Hadassah on Mon-
day, April 21. Elsa Temple. Pal-
estinian social worker, will ad-
dress the group at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue.
Members of Hadassah have
been requested to bring sheets,
bath towel sets, pillow cases and
clothing of all description for
all ages, especially infant lay-
ettes, or to bring the price of
such articles so that they may
be purchased.
The items will be used to aug-
ment the depleted supplies at
hospitals and to clothe newly ar-
rived refugees, bereft of belong-
ings,
The project's committee i-
:!ianed by Mrs. Hyman C.
and Mrs. Norman D-
Jacobs. They are assisted by Mrs.
Morris Aron, Mrs. Harry Laufer,
Mrs. David Bernaker, Mrs. Ida
Hart, Mis. Klix Hn.kkes, Mrs. A.
Cohen, Mrs. Frank Kline and
Mrs. Joseph Carp.
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Gay Stripes
Dumari* fabrics are
washable, crease-
resisting
Beth David PTA Hears
Talk By New Director
Mr. Melvin J. Rogow will ad-
dn ss the members of the Parent-
Teachers' Association of Congre-
gation Beth David at their regu-
lar meeting Monday evening at
8:15 o'clock in the synagogue au-
ditorium.
Mr. Rogow is the newly ap-
pointed executive director of Beth
David. The musical portion of
the program will feature accor-
dian solos by Miss Leona Brenner
and piano selections by Jeanne
Eichenbaum.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Freedman, Miami Beach.
Attended by Mis. Don Eanett,
matron of honor, Miss Freedman
wore a powder blue satin dress
and a matching Dutch cap. trim-
med with a short veil. Her Bible
was decorated with white orchids.
William Layden was best man
for Mr. Shapiro, who is the son
of Mrs Bess Berkowitz, Balti-
more. Md. The bride's book was
kept by Miss Dorothy Goldstein.
The newlyweds will return to
Miami Beach after a hone
trip through the state.
Hadassah BPW Chapter
Sets Date For Meeting
The next meeting of the Miami
chapter of the Business and Pro-
Mai Women ot Hadassah has
been set for Monday. April 7. at
8:30 p.m., at the Miami Y. 1567
S. W. Fifth st.
Miss Polly Gershon of the Beach
chapter of BPW will attend in her
capacity as educator. Plans will
be made for a musicale to be held
in April as part of the group's
membership drive.
The Miami Women's Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Home for
the Aged will hold a board
meeting on Tuesday, April 8,
at 1:30 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. M. J. Shulman, 542 S. W.
13th Ave.
Babt) Parade
Fred Ronald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Gross, was born on
March 19 ... Jay Allen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz,
March 11... Barry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Nadelman,
March 13 Jeffery Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stern.
March 14.
Diana Lillian, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zimmer-
man, arrived on March 19 .
Cynthia Lee, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Rheingold .
Michael Louis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Winer.
Barnett Nevel Nuptials
Solemnized By Lehrman
Miss Blanche Barnett became
the bride of Mr. Joseph A. Nevel
at a ceremony March 23 at Ra-
phael's hotel. Attended only by
their parents, the couple was
united by Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barrfett of
Miami Beach. She attended Mi-
ami Senior high school. Mr.
Nevel, formerly of Chicago, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Nevel, now residing in Miami.
After having spent a week in
Nassau, the newlyweds are at
home at 1021 N. W. 3rd St.
University Students
Announce Engager^, .
The engage
daughter Diane to Mr L *
Cohen was disclosed las! s^
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'^
iManon, Pa. Mr.Cohenl,^
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jo^*
Rabbi David Raab. Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, will
be heard over Station WKAT
at 10 p. m. for the next two
Wednesday evenings, April
9 and 16. The program, entitled
"Men of Good Will," is a dis-
cussion series sponsored by the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
HAVE YOU
HEARD about
;Kin""'
lone* lotting belief oppeo'itg cUow
^ladwally cot' Uu'Our iep*e*e oil! be ""oppy lo coll o' rov' convenience
-without obligation ond tell you
about Ke omoung new Sntieel (And
iemmbe we recondition yovr
old Venetian blmd* ot oma*
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hke ne.t)
DR. STANLEY FROMM
Optometrist
Announces his return from military service
and the opening of an office for the
examination of the eye, fitting of glasses,
contact lens work and visual training.
9711 N. E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI SHORES, FLA.
PHONE 7-5182
$1.19
yard
Dumari makes smart
stripes of cotton, rayon and
aralac, and Tebilizes the
fabric to resist creasing.
Perfect for summer dress-
es, playclothes, cool dance
dresses. Washable, fast
colors in four fashion-
riqht new color combina-
tions. Width, about 36
inches.
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
MIAMI STOUR, FABRICS
CENTER, BBCOND FLAX>R
Al.so AT BURDINE'S,
WEST PALM BEACH
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Passover Greetings
Florida Wholesale
Grocery Company
*
Alton Road, Miami Beach.
Miss Resniek, a student all
the University of Miami, has set
no definite date for her wed-1
ding.
A law student at the Univer-1
sity of Miami, Mr. Cohen attend-
ed the University of Florida be-
fore entering the Army Ai
Forces in which he served fa
four years. He is a graduate of |
Miami Beach high school
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TABLE MATS
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Where It All Started!
Where All Those
Heart-Warmins
Laughs Came From!
VICTOR MOORE
GALE STORM
CHARLES RUGGLES
DON DEFORE
ANN HARDING
"IT HAPPENED 01
FIFTH AVENUE"


Luf. APML 4. 1947
"Jenisli UurSdliiain
, rirs, hand reports of the ac-
J e tak>"B P^ce at the ex-
I ve Zionist meeting in Jeru-
|S will be heard at the third
|*ral seder of the Jewish Na-
S Workers' alliance Sunday,
I p m, at the National hotel au-
rnavid' Wcrthcim, national
Ivinnist figure who attended the
Son left the Holy LandI Wed-
nesday, flying directly to Miami.
fie will be introduced by Rabbi
liL Shapiro, Congregation Beth
David, toastmastcr for the eve-
Ining. .,
I The Seder, sponsored jointly
|by the alliance and all Greater
Ijiiami Zionists groups, will be
conducted in Yiddish by mem-
Ibers of JNWA. Igo Gutman,
[tenor, will sing the traditional
music.
Proceeds of the affair will be
turned over to Histadruth, with
which Mr. Wertheim is asso-
ciated.
John Strunins To Return
\fter Honeymon Tour
Following a honeymoon tour of
Florida, Mr. and Mrs. John
runin will return to Miami to
nake their home. Mrs. Strunin,
khe former Miriam R. Klein, is
|he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Klein of Philadelphia, Pa.
The couple was married in the
harden of the- home of Rabbi
Hues Mescheloff on March 23.
The bride chose a white suit for
her wedding costume. Jay Stru-
nn was his brother's best man.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
runin. 9039 Sunset dr., the
kroom was educated at schools in
Brooklyn. A reception at the
Robert Richter hotel followed the
eremony.
Folk Chorus Lauded For
Periormance Of Cantata
A capacity audience was deep
y stirred Sunday evening, March
13, when the Greater Miami Jew-
Folk Chorus presented the
ter Hamalka" cantata at theii
uiird annual concert. The sing-
tag of the cantata climaxed a
i>""Riam of ritual, traditional and
oik songs.
1 Under the direction of Louis
Fowosky, the 64-voice choir dis-
f'JVi'd a professional perfection
prely found in amateur groups,
potcworthy was the excellent as-
stance given by the accom-
{"" Mrs. Ru.su Robins.
I Both Cantor Jacob Goldring
fnd l^ael Korenman, pianist,
*ere highly acclaimed or their
ETm anCCS- Fllow>ng the con-
L..' ? AuRusta Birnberg pre-
Ci." f,"'al ift to Director
[wesky and Mrs Robins as
of their efforts in behalf
I chorus.
Thelma Spear Lewisohn
Vacationing At Beach
Mrs. Thelma Spear Lewisohn
is spending a brief vacation at
Miami Beach. She is music and
dramatic critic of the Jewish
Forum of New York City.
Known as the "Zionist Night-
ingale," Miss Lewisohn has given
six Town Hall recitals and has
appeared in all the leading cities
of Europe and the United States
She is the author of "Many
Mansions" and two other vol-
umes of verse, a book on singing
"Now to Teach Yourself to Sing"
and a volume of memoirs entitled
"Melody and Memory," whicn
will appear shortly. This work
contains original litters from
such notables as Einstein, Thom-
as Mann, Freud, Rabbi Wise,
Ludwig Lewisohn, Dreiser, Up-
ton Sinclair, Menken and many
others.
PAGE THREE
Mitzi DeKoven Engaged
To Northwestern Student
The engagement of Miss Mitzi
DeKoven to Mr. Jerry Goldman
was revealed last Friday in Chi-
cago. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob DeKoven of Miami Beach,
the bride-to be attended the Uni-
versity of Miami for two years.
Mr. Goldman, a resident of
Chicago, is a student at North-
western University. No wedding
plans have been made.
Moishe Katz Addresses
Birobidjan Committee
Moishe Katz, member of the
national committee of Ambijan,
will be guest speaker at the third
anniversary concert of the Anier-
-
uan Birobidjan Committee of
Greater Miami. The affair will
take place Sunday evening at 8
o'clock in the Central Beach Ele-
mentary school.
Guest artists who will appear
are Mme. Shura Langer, mezzo-
soprano, who will sing Russian
and Yiddish arias; Anyiita Meli-
eov, pianist, and Gerard Haft,
'cellist.
The Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
under Louis Powesky's direction
will present a selection of Yiddish
folk songs.
Singer, Abrams Marriage
Rites At Bride's Home
A reception Saturday night
followed the wedding of Miss
Miriam Singer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Singer, 1714 S. W.
18th St., to Myer H. Abrams.
Rabbi Max Shapiro performed
the ceremony.
Mr. Osias Abrams, father of
the. groom, travelled from his
home in Roxbury, Mass., to at-
tend the marriage. He was ac-
companied by Mrs. Rose Bloom,
her daughter Natalie, Ben Bloom
and his son Harold.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Senior high school, attended the
University of Miami. She is a
member of Emanon club and the
Beth Sholom Fratority.
Mr. Abrams served in the 10th
Air Force in India, Burma and
China as a flight engineer. He is
active in the YM&WHA. After a
short honeymoon, the couple will
be at home temporarily at 1521
S. W. 6th St.
"What Kind of a Man Was
Moses" is the lecture topic at
Spinoza Forum Saturday,
the first day of Passover. Chaim
Reuben Rose and Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson will lead the dis-
cussion. Charles H. Lee will
present his second talk on
atomic energy when the forum
meets Tuesday evening.
8
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EUGENE WEISS
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Date Is Set For Hebrew
School Ground Breaking
Ground will be broken on I
Sunday afternoon, April 13. for I
the new building to house the
Miami Hebrew School and Junior
Congregation. The new structure
will be located on S. W. 12th
Ave. at 9th St. Plans for dedica-
tion services are now hearing
completion under the direction of
H. M. Drevich, president.
Milton Wiener, building com-
mittee; Jack Stone, finance com-
mittee, and Rabbi Simon April
will assist Mr. Drevich.
Panama Room Opened
Newly redecorated, the dining
room and Panama ballroom at
the Robert Clay Hotel, 129 S. W.
4th St., Dallas Park, is now open
for social functions.
Mr. Nathan Abrams, owner,
announces that he is equipped to
handle luncheons, banquets and
weddings. The rooms have been
designed for beauty and comfort
and are air-conditioned.
Temple Israel Women
Hold Election Meeting
Rabbi Zwitman will discuss the
significance of the Passover holi-
day at the election meeting of
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Mon-
day, 2 o'clock, in Kaplan Hall.
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through the courtesy of night-
club artists, has been arranged
by Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer.
Hostesses for the day are Mrs.
Harry V. Simons and Mrs. G.
Louis Mendelson.
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INITIAL GIFT
Ahiaham Goodman. Chair
Leonard Abess
R. Wm. Apte
Sam Blank
Shepard Broad
Morris Gettleman
Benjamin Kane
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Benjamin Meyers
Stanley C. Myers
Max Orovitz
David Phillips
Dan Ruskin
Ned Sail
Monte Selig
Jacob Sher
William D. Singer
Joseph R. Stein
Gus Trau
SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT
Harry A. Cornblum
Max OrovitZ
M. J. Kopelowitz
Dan Ruskin
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
John Temple
Gus Trau
Alex Van Straatcn
Leo Eisenstcin
S. A. Golden
WOMEN'S GIFT
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Chairman
. To An Unit I
Mrs. Leon Kaplan
Vice Chairman
Miss Sally Alexander
Mrs. Simon April
Mrs. S. Beck
Mrs. Amos Benjamin
Mrs. Max Bergman
Mrs. Joseph J Bcrm.inn
Mrs. A. H. Benson
Mrs. Rose Borkin
Mis. H. Buan
Mrs. Norman Burger
Jos S. Carp
Mrs. Charles Cohen
Sidney J Covncr
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Mrs. Ben Essen
Mis. S. Fund
Mrs Manner Fllim.m
Mis. Herbert Goldberg
Mrs. Jcny Goldman
Ann.i Gordon
, Gordon
Mrs. b. Hinkcs
Mrs. Norman Jacobs

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Henry Kaufinann
Mrs. Frank Kime
Mrs. Harry H. Krzakofl
Mrs. Sanlord Kramer
Miss Ettie Kurzrok
Mrs. Minnie Langer
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin
I. dward Levme
Mrs. Louis Mnrg.'lies
Mrs. Sam Meyers
Mrs. Gertrude Michaels
Mrs. Leah Miller
Mrs. Hyman C. Moscr
Mrs. Fred Ochs
Mrs. Maxwell Reiner
Mis. I. R-ennarten
Mrs. Sol Rovin
Mrs. Ed H. Safer
Mrs. Maurice Sager
Mrs. Herbert Scher
Mrs. Henry Seitlin
Mrs. David Sernaker
Mrs. Paul Sobel
Mrs. Harry Steinberg
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
Mrs. Norman Weisman
I Beach Unit)
Mis. Milton Sirkin
Vice-Chairman
Mrs. Harry S. Aberman
Mrs. Harold P. Auslandci
Mrs. Al Benin"
Mrs. Jos. A. Berman
Mrs. Leo Chaikin
Mrs. M. Donan
Mrs. Raymond Elkin
Mrs. Jack Falk
Mrs. Aaron Fair
Mrs. W. I. Fcuer
Mrs. Emma Friend
Mrs. Lee Gainsboro
Miss Polly Gershon
Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg
Mrs. Sam Gold
Mrs. George Goldberg
Mrs. Ben). B. Goldstein
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
Mrs. Abraham Greenberg
Mrs. I. C. Greenberg
Mrs. Max Greenberg
Mrs. John Gross
Mrs. Frieda Kalstein
Mrs. Nathan M. Kaplan
Mrs. Neil Kars
Mrs. Arthur Klein
Mrs. BenJ. Kohn
Mrs. Joseph Leaderman
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz
Mrs. Oscar C. Lelchuk
Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder
Mrs. A. Libow
Mrs. BenJ. Mandell
Mrs. Irving E. Marcus
Mrs. J. B. Margolis
Mrs. Norman Maron
Mrs. Jos. Mazo
Mrs. Edward Mencher
Mrs. Hal Meyers
Mrs. Morry Morris
Mrs. S. Oka
Mrs. Harry Platotf
Mrs. A. J. Plotkin
Mrs. N. Douglas Ratf
Mrs. H. Rangel
Mrs. R. Rothschild
Mrs. Golia Sadowsky
Mrs. Seymour Satin
Mrs. L. Schwartz
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz
Mrs. Ben I. Serrant
Mrs. A. Shohere
Mrs. Max Siegel
Mrs. J. Smullin
Mrs. Harry Solomon'
Mrs. Carl Susskmd
Mrs. Bess Sussman
Mrs. Geo. J. Talianoff
Mrs. Sam H. Taran
Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe
Mrs. Bertram Waller
Mrs. Barney Weinkle
Mrs. Ed Weinstein
Mrs. Paul Weitzman
Mrs. Morris Wolf
Mrs. Bertha Yaooda
WOMEN'S
SPECIAL GIFT
Mrs. Monte oelig
Chairman
Mrs. Morris Alpei t
Mrs. Herman Binder-
Mrs. Sam Blank
Mrs. Shepard Broad
Mrs. Jos. Fenias
Mrs. Ahiaham Goodman
Mrs. Ada E. Joseph
Mrs. Benjamin N. Kane
Mrs. L. R K upper
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
Mrs. Jcs. M. Lipton
Mrs. Harry Markowitz
Mrs. Anna B. Meyers
Mrs. J. N. Mori is
Mrs. Dave Phillips
Mrs. Matilda Ratner
Mrs. Leo Robinson
Mrs. Celia Segal
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
Mrs. Wm. D. Singer
Mrs Hamid Spaef.
Ml Joseph Stein
Mrs. Carl Wcinkle
Mrs. Sidney Weintr.uib
Mrs. Leonard Wein
Mrs. Nat L. Williams
HOTS L
Irving Fr.mkel
Co Chairman
Sam Lachm in
Co Cli.ui man
Arthur Ad -
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Dave Andt nn
Harry Cornblum
Leo Eisenstein
Joe Gardner
Manny Goldstrich
Nat Hankoff
Abe Katz
Sam Katz
Fred Jonas
Harry Koretsky
Charles Resnick
Jacob Seidenber g
Mlirr^v Maurer
WINTER RESIDENTS
David Phillips
Chairman
Harry Aberman
Jark Ahlin
M. Arkerman
Sidney Ansin
R. Wm A|-l.-
George Bertman
Jark Dubinsky
Mi Arthur Frishman
Gettleman
Alex Goldblatt
Irving Hirsch
M-.x liaison
Ain Katz
Louis Krensky
II n.ird Sharp
Mrs. BenJ Shcuy
Charles Stein
Gus Trau
Dr. Joseph Weidbcrg
TRADES DIVISION
Ned Sail
Co-Chairman
Herbert Schr>r
Co-Chairman
ACCOUNTANTS
Maurice G. Furman
Chairman
Sidney Lefcourt
Sidney Washerman
AMUSEMENTS
Jacob Sher
Chairman
APARTMENT HOUSES
Motis Gold
Chairman
H. Bodenstein
E. A. Burg
Arthur Frischman
Mrs. Arthur Frischman
Sam Goldberg
Sol Goldman
Aaron Otto Herman
J' an Himelfarb
Saul Kenholz
Oscar Lelchuck
Charles Levin
Harry Levine
Jack C. Lippson
Julius Nathanson
H. Rangel
Helen Sarders
Rose Solinsky
Max Sheikowitz
Israel Shenkman
Abraham Sir
Jacob Ski.ir
Sam 1 'I
Sain Woll
AUTOMOTIVE
Sam Luliy
Chairman
Jerome Goodman
Sam Lcschel
b in-
Sam Weissel
BEVERAGES
Dave Blank
Co Chairman
Harold Coh>-n
Co Chairman
Jack Zwn
Co Chain".m
Max Biederman
Irving Braverman
Harris H. Geldcr
Mike Goodw.n
Morns Olsowitz
Sam Wieder
BUILDING TRADES
Joe Aikm
Chairman
Louis Auerb U h
j. Adi
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E. J. B.iskinrl
living Cannon
Herbert Gelernter
Ben Gller
Emil Gould
E. G. Kahn
Victor Kahn
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M. B. Mr-
Al Oboler
M i Orovitz
Aithur M. Shandloff
Pete Silvei
Ira C. W.i >
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Di Irving Gordon
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D Ai R' s< nthal
Dr. Jerome Fleeman
Dr. Bt nj.imin Coll man
o- R berl s Levin
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Dr Di mi I'. Quittnei
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13.- Moi i is Goodman
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DRUGS
S imuel Goldman
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J.n k /wick
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS
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T heodore G
Harry Rabin
Divid Schw.n .-man
Pnil Sombe g
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Max Ml
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Jules Dreyfuss
J -I-- Cross
Herman Harvey
Israel Toby
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Philip Siimon
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FOOD and RESTAURANTS
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Co C h.ui man
Harry Synes
Cen S.lver
Han / boyell
TRUIT SHIPPERS
A.rhic Brick
Chaii in.in
A it l>. Balm
Emil Cchen
Nathan Kl
J. K Kursh.in
Martin Lundy
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FUNERAL PARLORS
Harry Gordon
Chairman
I RNITURE
Samuel Lipton
Cr .n- man
Harold Beck
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John Kroner', i.i
Nathan Mann
I. Richardson
H.iny Spivack
Nat Weiss
George Wolpert
HEALTH SERVICES
O'V B. H. Sadowsky
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INSURANCE
Sol Finn
Co Chairman
Samuel Traung
Co-Chairman
Leon Ackcrman
Alex Cohen
Harry Diamond
William Edelstein
Nat Cans
Art Kahn
Al Sandier
William E. Strauss
Jack Tobin
JEWELRY
Herman Rubin
Chairman
David Bass
Joseph Bernstein
Albert Feinberg
Ben Frackman
Sol Goldstein
Abe King
Harold Meyers
Marty Simmons
Jules Spievack
LAUNDRIES and
CLEANING
Louis Snetman
Chairman
LAWYERS
Arthur Friedman
Co-Chairman
E. Max Goldstein
Co-Chairman
Jack Abbott
Shepard Broad
David Catsman
Ben Cohen
Sam Goldberg
Sol Goldman
Harry Gordon
Roland Granet
Leon Kaplan
Nathaniel Klein
Lester Lasky
Oscar C. Ltlchuk
Charles Levin
Harry Levine
Victor Levine
Julius Nathanson
Leo Rosen
Morris Rosenberg
Morris Salomon
Helen Sanders
Harold Spaet
David Sepler
Elry Stone
Miss Natalie Weinstein
Henry Williams
LIQUOR
Stuart Gordon
Co Chairman
Aaron Leban
Co Chairman
Norman Brown
Ben Danbaum
Cy Gerson
Sam Gold
William Goldstaub
Harry Goodman
Lewis Gorfine
Arthur Greenwald
Frank M. Lazarus
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William Glick
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Kenneth Hart
William Lee
E. V. Marias
Perry Marks
Ben Mitchell
Bcrnie Norman
Martin Rakow
Harry Sanger
Monte Selig
Sol Shapiro
Joseph R. Stein
Leo Stein
Saul Weinstein
Leonard Weisbcrg
James Weiskopf
MEN'S WEAR
J. Harry Day
Co-Chairman
William Slepian
Co-Chairman
William Langer
Joseph Meisel
Fred Rosenthal
Bernard Slifkin
Eugene Specktor
Edward Weinstein
Irving Weston
Abraham Zablo
METAL and WASTE
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Meyer Schwartz
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Robert Levin
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Arthur Stem
Arthur Rabe
PHYSICIANS
Dr. Alexander Kushner
' Co Chairman
Dr. Sol Seievan
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Dr. S. Charles Werblow
Co -Chairman
Theodore Berman
Dr. Morris Blau
Dr. Stanley Frehling
Dr. Abraham Hollender
Dr. Ferdinand Kauders
Dr. Alfred Levin
Dr. Louis Lytton
Dr. Meyer B. Marks
Dr. Benj. Oren
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Jack Teitler
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Mis. Libby Fisher
Chairman
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Clarence Feuer
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William T. Fcuer
C'i Chairman
S A. Goodman
Co Chairman
Daniel Berliner
George Bertman
Ralph Bargteil
Ernest Fuld
Harry Magid
RESTAURANT EQPT.
Jack Fishman
Co-Chairman
Joseph Scheinberg
Co-Chairman
Jerome Adeiman
H.irij Fnedman
I. Laplnaky
Lew Loeb
RETAIL STORES
Burnett Roth
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Abraham S. Blatt
Co Chairman
Max Nankin
Co-Chairman
Jacob Epstein
Mitchell Kuperberg
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Mrs. Anna B. Meyers
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Chas. Cohen
Maurice Grossman
S. D. Goodman
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Paul Barnett
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TOYS and NOVELTIES
Phillip Markell
VENDING MACHINES
Norman Rothschild
Chairman
Louis Shapiro
WOMEN'S WEAR
Hayner Bloom
Chairman
David Beyer
Henry L. Green
Ben Hartley
Henry Jacobson
Arthur Kahn
Jack Kurland
Julian Kurlander
Abraham Levine
Joseph Robinson
Nat Roth
Martin Strelitr
AI Schwartz
Mel Warshaw
Max Writz
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Leon Kaplan
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Town Majors
H. Binder
Mrs. Joseph Carp
Ben Essen
Sidney Lewis
Morris Rohinsky
Sam Silver
t- h y Stone
Joel Zalis
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Mrs. Albert Berson
Alex Cohen
.ii Dickson
Marx Feinbeig
Mrs. J. Feldman
Mrs. Reuben Fund
Harry Gordon
Al Green
Lewis Green
Mrs. Frederick Grossberg
Miss Rita Grossman
Miss Jem Guberman
Fred HoH d
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Mrs. M. Jacobs
Mrs. N D Jacobs
Mrs. Ida K.irger
Ed. Klein
Mrs. M. Kline
Lester Lasky
Victor Levine
Sidney Lewis
L. Miller
Max Mmtzcr
Mrs. Ida Ochs
Mrs. Pearl R.ndm.in
Frank Rcse
Theodore Sakowitz
I. Schwartz
Mrs. H. Seitlm
Lou Seitlm
Mis. David Sernacker
Mrs. Shandloff
Ernest Sussman
Charles Wrintraub
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Sarah Abrams
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Fannie April
Jack Apte
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Max Azar
Mrs. Manuel Baker
Ross Barass
Al Barkowitz
Paul Barnett .,
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Morris Bear
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Steven Simon
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Herman Slepian
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John Temple
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Mrs. Rebecca Touby
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Al Weiss
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Mrs. George Wolpert
Mrs, Yasen
Louis Zeientz
Mrs. Lou Zissen
Mrs. Harold Zeeman
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Walter Kovner
Oscar Lelchuk
Joseph Pollock
Morton Russack
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Harold Turk
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Anna R, Berow
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Martin Genet
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Isadore Goldberg
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Edward Herr
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Mrs. Rose Lustig
Mrs. Irwin Makowsky
Mrs. M. J. Maurer
Sam Mayser
Mrs. Hal Meyers
Godfrey K. Newman
Joel P. Newman
Ken Oka
Dr. Harry Queen
Mrs. Douglas Raff
Mrs. Hadassa Ratner
Jack A. Rosenberg
Maurice Rosenberg
Morten Rosenberg
Donald S. Rubin
Seymour Rubin
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Harold Shapiro
Sam W. Shapiro
Mrs. A. Shumann
Matthew Silvcrstein
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Henry Zeitlin
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Ann Abrams
Fred Abrams
Herbert Abrams
David Ackerman
Wm. Agronov
James Albert
Elsie Alexander
Mrs. David Alper
Benjamin Appel
Mrs. Asheroff
Mrs. Jack August
Mrs. Irving Bachrach
Louis Backerman
Gilbert J. Balkin
Blanche Barnett
Leonard Barr
Mrs. Leonard Barr
Mrs. E. Baskind
Donald Beck
Mrs. Frank Becker
Charles Bender
Mrs. Neil Berk
Mrs. Al Berman
Mrs. B. Bernstein
Andre Bialolenki
Terry Bittel
Lotus Black
Krs. Abe Blank
rs. Irving Blasberg
Mrs. Louis Block
L. Bloomenfeld
Mrs. Ellis Blumenth.il
Mrs. I. S. Bock
Adela Bookspan
Bertha Boonshoft
Mrs. Brenner
Harry Brenner
Mrs. Herman Brenner
Mrs. J. Brenner
Bill Brody
Mrs. Daniel Brown
Betty Buddin
Marco Cardozo
Mrs. R. Chanock
Phil Chaplain
Mrs. J. Chavez
Mrs. Henry Chill
Mrs. J. Chutkow
Gertrude Cohen
George M. Cohen
Mrs. Joseph Cohen
Meyer E. Cohen
D. Cooper
Alvin Cornblum
Florence Cromer
Jack Courshon
Mrs. Aaron Danziger
Miss Lillian Danziger
Sidney Davidson
Yetta Davidson
Mrs. DeKoven
Emile Dembnitz
Mrs. B. Deutsch
Tillie Dietz
Mrs. M. Donan
A. M. Dorff
Al Dorfman
Mr. Dorozuisky
Martin Drexel
Joseph Duntov
Mrs. Louis Ebenstein
William Edelstein
Max Ehrlich
Jake Ehrlich
Mrs. Leo Eisenstein
Mrs. Carl Elkin
Mrs. Gerald Elkina
Sarah Ellis
Moses Emanuel
Malvin Englander
Hellen Estreich
Mrs. Jack Falk
Bernard S. Feiner
Raymond Feiner
Joel Feldman
Mortimer Feldman
Mrs. Wm. Fenner
Max Feldman
Milton Feller
Claire Fidlon
Lillian Field
Max Fine
Mollie Fischer
Mrs. H. Fishel
Dr. Lee Fisher
Mollie Fisher
Beverly Fishman
Jacob C. Fishman
Mrs. K. Fishman
Samuel Fleishman
Mollie Fox
J. M. Freedman
Miss Anne Friedberg
Hattie Friedland
Mrs. Friedman
Bertha Friedman
Sady Friedman
David Freidman
Mrs. Freidman
Max Friedson
Emma Friend
Arthur Frishman
Bernard Fuller
A. Fundlich
Mrs. Gainz
Abraham Galbut
Abe Gannes
Sidney Gans
Mrs. Samuel Gerber
Stanley Geddis
Sonia Gerber
Harry J. Gerson
Miss Polly Gerson
Mrs. Morris Gettleman
R. Gilbert
Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg
Mrs. M. Ginsberg
Mrs. Leonard Glickman
Mrs. C. Goifer
Ida Goldberg
Sylvia Goldberg
Mrs. Phil Golden
S. A. Golden
Mrs. BenJ. Goldstein
E. Max Goldstein
Mrs. Fred E. Goldstein
Emanuel Goldstreich
S. A. Goodman
Mrs. S. A. Goodman
Sarah Gordon
Mrs. J. Gordon
Mrs. Celia Goss
Miss Pearl Gottesman
Mrs. Henry Green
Mrs. Kate Green
Mrs. Abraham Greenberg
Mrs. I. C. Greenberg
Mrs. S. Greenberg
Mrs. Edward Greenwood
Mrs. B. Grenald
Mrs. John Gross
Beverly Grossman
William Grossman
Pauline Grundwerg
Dora Hadburg
Abe Halperin
Bess Hankoff
Betty Harr
Mrs. David Harris
Jack Haas
Nat Herzka
Mrs. Louis Herzog
Dave Heyman
Mildred Hirsch
Sam Hochberg
Mrs. Sam Hodowitz
Lou Hoffman
Max Hoffman
Mrs. Max Hoffman
Mrs. H. Hohanser
Mrs. Harry Holland
Mrs. Abe Hollander
Frieda Hollander
Morris Horwitz
Mrs. W. Horowitz
Leo Huberman
David R. Isen
Mrs. I. Joffee
Mrs. Jonkel
Mrs. Esther Kabat
Arthur Kahn
Mrs. S. Kahn
Sidney Kalm
Mrs. Kalstein
M. H. Kam
Mrs. Norman Kaplan
Mrs. A. Katz
Paul Katz
Mrs. Rachael Katz
Sam Katz
Mrs. Sam Katz
Mollie Kaufman
Nathan Kaufman
Jack Kay
Leon Kaye
Wm. Kepler
Seymour Ketive
Mrs. Leonard Kimball
Rose Kimbell
Mrs. Jack Kirschenbaum
Ruth Klein
J. Krantz
Mrs. BenJ. Kohn
Lena Koplin
Louis B. Koplin
Irving Korach
Wm. B. Kraft
Sophie Krantz
Mrs. Kranz
Mrs. R. Kratish
Alfred Kreisler
Dr. Seymour Kreisler
Julian Kurlander
Jack Kursham
Isadore'Landsberg
Mrs. Joseph Leaderman
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz
Harry W. Lehman
Albert Lehrman
Sonia Rose Leibson
Mrs. Emma Lerner
Al Lesser
Sarah Levin
Mrs. Becky Levine
Louis Levingrad
Mrs. Anna Levenson
Emanuel Levinson
Abe Levitan
Mrs. Rose Levitan
Miss Rose Levy
Wm. Levy
Mrs. Samuel R. Liebson
Evelyn Levy
Miss Rose Levy
Sidney Lewis
Mrs. Zelda Liebman
Dr. M. A. Lipkind
Dr. I. W. Lippman
Mrs. Florrie Loab
Ehiel Losowder
Mrs. A. Lubar
Harry I. Magid
Mrs. Jack Marash
Mrs. Rose Marcus
Mrs. Norman Maron
Irving Matheson
Mrs. Sam W. Mayser
Mrs. Jos. Mazo
Mrs. Harry Medoff
Mrs. Max Meisel
Mrs. Anna S. Melnick
Mrs. Edward Mencher
Robert M. Metsky
Mrs. A. B. Meyers
Harold Meyers
Lee Meyers
Bertram Miller
Harry Miller
Louis Miller
Mrs. Sadie Minowitz
Sam Miller
Mrs. Lena Mintses
Frank Mittleman
Mrs. J. Modell
Leonard Moriber
Marvin Moss
Mrs. Rhoda Morris
Bernard Moss
Marvin Moss
Freda Newman
Morris Newmark
Max Novack
Al Obeler
Henry Obst
Mrs. Lillian Oka
Mrs. A. Osheroff
Mrs. B. Panshoff
Herman Pepkin
Mrs. H. Perlish
Alec Perper
Mrs. Harry Platoff
Harry Platoff
Lou Platt
Mort Podell
Mrs. Minnie Polikow
Mrs. Geo. Pomeranz
Mrs. Jos. Pomerance
Dr. J. B. Pomerance
Carl A. Presse
Gilbert Press
Sam Prosterman
Shirley Queen
Mrs. L. Rabinowitz
Mrs. Frances Rackoff
Herbert Rangel
Emanuel Reisler
Mrs. Anne Reisner
Oscar Reisler
Daniel Richter
Boris Rifkind
Bob Robins
Mrs. Evelyn Rockaw
Mrs. A. Rohms
Ray Rosenblatt
Mrs. Frances Rosen
Montague Rosenberg
Mrs. Rae Rosenblatt
Mrs. Sadie Rosenbluth
Julius Rosenstein
Mrs. Edward Roth
Martin Rothchild
Mrs. R. Rothchild
Morton Rothenberg
Hannah Rubin
Mrs. Harry Rubin
Mrs. Howard Rubin
Raymond Rubin
Ruth Rubin
Jacob Schulkin
Dr. Z. I. Sabaskin
Mrs. Sabath
Ike Sadakow
Mrs. Ike Sadakow
Dr. Louis Sadoff
Mrs. Marsha Sadoff
Mrs. G. Sadowsky
Dr. M. J. Safra
Jerome Sanders
Mrs. S. Sapperstein
Mrs. Ned Sail
Philip Salmon
Abe Schiff
Leonard Schiff
Mrs. Jean Schlesinger
Seymour Schneider
Mrs. Frank Schneider
Mrs. A. Schumann
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz
Mrs. L. Schwartz
Robert Schwartz
Mrs. Rene Seigel
Henry Seitlin
Miss Shirley Seitlin
Mrs. Nathan Sepsenwol
Miss M. Shabsis
Mrs. Elsa Shackman
Mrs. Elaine Shafton
Dr. Arthur Shapiro
Herbert Shapiro
Mrs. Sam Shapiro
Mrs. I. Shapoff
Ben Shochet
Mrs. A. Shorhe
J. Z. Shtadlan
Freida Shifman
Max Shubow
Mrs. Shultz
Mrs. M. Siata
Mr. Morris Sifres
Ben Silver
Mrs. Ann Silverman
Mrs. David Silverman
Harry Silverman
Mrs. Molly Silverman
Mrs. R. Silversmith
Mrs. Silverstone
Mrs. B. Silverstein
Alex Sirkin
Mrs. Slutsky
Albert E. Smith
Mrs. J. Smullin
Mr. and Mrs. J. Solomon
Abe Solosko
Linda Spitalnik
Mrs. Evelyn Sprafkin
Mrs. M. Staff
Phillip Steir
Mrs. Herman Stern
Mrs. L. A. Stephner
Mrs. Max Stevens
Max Sulken
Carl Susskind
Mrs. Bess Sussman
Mrs. M. Tainovitz
Mrs. Shirley Tarr
Mrs. Sylvia Tenzer
Dr. Harry Queen
Mrs. J. Udell
J. Usdensky
Louis Van Guilder
Ben C. Vernoff
Harold Vinson
Mrs. Harold Vinson
William Wagner
Bertram Waller
Mrs. Phil Weinberg
Mrs. Minnie Weisberg
Mrs. Frank Weisc
Joseph Weiss
Minnie Werner
Mrs. Sylvia Williams
Mrs. J. Wolf
Mrs. Milton Wolf
Mrs. Morris Wolf
Gertrude Wolfe
Mrs. M. Woolfman
Mrs. Bertha Yagoda
Mrs. Yellin
Doris Ziwiak
Mrs. Doris Zwick
YOUTH
Jerome Weinkle
Chairman
Rabbi Albert Michels
Mrs. Albert Michels
Warren Supovitz
Jean Fleischmann
RATING
Leonard Abess
Chairman
Harry Blumin
M. G. Furman
Sidney Lefcourt
Sidney Wasserman
ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Chairman
VOLUNTEERS
Mrs. Harry Boyell
Chairman
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
Co-Chairman
Civvie Appel
Mrs. Belle Bass
Mrs. Joseph Bass
Mrs. Rose Beck
Mrs. Samuel Breitkopf
Hilda Chern
Mrs. Frank Cohen
Mrs. Frank Coret
Mrs. Gertrude Covner
Mrs. H. Danziger
Mrs. Jerome Frehling
Mrs. Alice E. Falis
Mrs. Freidman
Miss Lois Ghen
Mrs. Rosaling Gillman
Edward Golden
Miss Clara Goldenberg
Mrs. Herman Goodman
Mrs. Sidney Gordon
Mrs. Stuart Gordon
Miss Alice Graver
Mrs. Kate Green
Mrs. Shirley Gross
Mrs. Henry Hirsch
Mrs. Kaitz
Mrs. Rae Kahn
Miss Helen Kranz
Mrs. Hazel Kornblith
Mrs. Leon Lauer
Mrs. Rebecca Levine
Mrs. Philip Markel
Mrs. Max Meisel
Mrs. Belle Menaker
Mrs. H. C. (Matilda) Moser
Mrs. R. B. Newman
Mrs. L. Oka
Mrs. Anthony Palm
Mrs. Louis (Rae) Rosenthal
Mrs. Marion Ross
Helene Schuman
Mrs. Mollie Schuman
Mrs. Hattie Seligman
Mrs. M. Shapiro
Mrs. Joseph Siegel
Mrs. Helene Silver
Mrs. Harry Silverman
Mrs. Sol Silverman
Mrs. Stein
Mrs. Elry Stone
Mrs. Harold Vinson
Mrs. Florence Weiner
Mrs. Joseph Williamson
SPEAKERS
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Chairman
Miss Celia Dobrin
Gilbert Balkin
David Catsman
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Maurice Grossman
Rabbi Aaron Kahan
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
Mrs. Isaac Levin
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet
Jack Marash
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Edgar Perritz
Mrsv Harry Rubin
Seymour Rubin
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
Louis Touby
Herman Wepman

"A Your Giving!




PAGE SIX
1

Editorial
IN HOPE OF REDEMPTION
In the shattered Jewish communities of Europe, Passover
approaches like a shining glow of light in a darkened sky.
It is at once a hope and a prayer of deliverance. It is the spring-
time of hope for these first victims of Nazism still wallowing in
the mire of devastated wastelands.
Passover. The word casts some magic spell over Europe's
1,500,000 Jewish survivors. They, in many ways, are like the
Jews under the tyrannical Egyptian bondage. And so for the
pitiful Jewish remnant of Europe there is symbolism and mean-
ing in Passover, the celebration of Israel's deliverance from
Egyptian bondage. More than 3,000 years ago, Israel gained
its redemption. Today, two years after the defeat of the Nazi
enemy, the Jews of Europe are still waiting for their redemption
and liberation.
Their main hope of liberation rests on the S170.000.000 United
Jewish Appeal and your support of this largest campaign in the
history of private American philanthropy through the current
local Combined Jewish Appeal. The United Jewish Appeal
supports the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement work of the
Joint Distribution committee, the United Palestine Appeal and
the United Service for New Americans.
Can there be redemption for the tragic remnant of Europe's
Jewry when one out of every six of them is homeless? Or
when only 170,000 Jewish children remain alive on the Conti-
nent, 50,000 of whom are orphans and in dire need of aid and
care? Or when anti-Semitic persecutions have forced 100 000
of them to flee Poland in fear of their lives?
True redemption can only be realized when the homeless,
the orphans and the other remnants of Europe's Jews are able
to stand on their own feet. For them, true redemption rests on
the program of rebuilding broken Jewish life being carried out
with the aid of American Jewry.
Passover will be celebrated here this year with the tra-
ditional remembrances. But there is an immediate crisis today
which threatens the Jews of Europe and which keeps them
under a bondage no less dramatic or historic. There can be
no more noble way of celebrating Passover than by helping to
deliver Europe's Jews from their bondage and enabling them
to stand on their own feet.
A 'MUST DO' FOR APRIL 8
Looking back to the days when Carl Graham Fisher, John
S. Collins. John H. Levi and other pioneers used great vision
in transforming Miami Beach horn a mangrove swamp into the
paradise that you enjoy today, every freeholderthat is, the
approximately 5,000 property owners here should plan now
to give eager affirmative votes for the issuance of public im-
provement bonds in the special election set for April 8.
The city council wisely has called for a vote of freeholders
on the issuance of S750.C00 for a municipal auditorium, S350.000
for new sidewalks and street pacing, S250.000 for storm sewers
and S200.000 for expansion of water facilities. All of these
projects are needed to keep pace with the tempo of our progress
and to get them a majority of more than 51 per cent of the
property owners must approve.
Miami Beach is particularly and distressingly in need of
the auditorium, because it is one of the few great American
resort cities that does not have facilities for accommodating
conventions, symphonies, concerts, shows and other events
that will add to the cultural well-being of our city.
The SUN-STAR, therefore, earnestly hopes that EVERY free-
holder will mark down on the calendar of "MUST DO" the
casting of an affirmative vote for all of the bond issues on
April 8. That is the day each freeholder should make a date
with himself or herself to help build a greater Miami Beach
by voting "YES" on the bond issues.Miami Beach Sun-Star.
Dorothy Susman Heads
Young Judea Council
Dorothy Susman was named
chairman of the newly organized
Young Judea Leaders' Council of
Greater Miami at an election held
March 11.
Officers who will serve with
her are: Selma Lewis, vice chair-
man; Natalie Goodrich, executive
secretary; Frances Abrams, re-
cording secretary; and Stanley
Wallman, treasurer.
Installation ceremonies were
done away with and the officers
immediately assumed their du-
ties. Designed to educate the
youth of Miami in the principals
of Zionism, the council is form-
ing a group of clubs for boys and
girls between the ages of 9 and 16.
Beach Elks Install Oka
Kenneth Oka, Mian
peace justice and attorney, v ..
nistalled as exalted rul< i
Miami Beach Elks at i
at the lodge last
Others who took the
office were- h. R. Mechlowitz,
leading knight; Mori G War-
ner, loyal knight; Harold B.
Spaet, lecturing knight; j
' A. Hukle,
treasurer, and Louis Bert
tiler.
Selection of candidates to at
lend the summer session of
Brandeis Camp will be discuss-
when the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission meets
on Tuesday, April 8, at 8:30
p. m. in the office of the chair-
man, S. A. Goodman, 927 Lin
Members of Congregation
Beth Jacob will vote for offi
cers for the coming year, at an
election on Sunday at 8 p. m.
in the synagogue. At that time,
David Goldstein will present
his annual presidential report.
Paramount Bakery. 445
Washington Ave.. Miami. Beach,
and Kcil's Bakery, 1047 W.
Flagler St., Miami, will be
closed the entire eight days of
Passover and will 'eonen Sun-
day, April 13.
uTcwTign
figure nearing
ijst year total
,<-, ntinued from P' ''
-enei nd testament to
ihe haul work put in by *>ur
N i hav. I seen .. more
: response on t! i pa*"
T iey coi tinue to
captains, tne
workers, the 1
and all the others
..- it is their unanimous
at every* ne ol them
will stay on the job until our en-
hed. They
- money is so vital-
only 1 >ur own
local agencies but foi e n lief
Jews in dis-
lor the
nd for
igees in this
country."
Mr. Kla5s said a tentative
analysis of campaign results
indicates that there will be be-
tween 2,000 and 3.000 more in-
dividuals contributing this year
than in 1946. "Not only are we
getting a larger number of
contributors." he said, "but in
numerous instances, the indi-
vidual gifts have been substan-
tially larger and many unex-
pectedly large donations have
been made by new subscrib-
ers."
A i pleti tabulation of cam-
ilts will be made at the
(port meeting to be held at
8 p. m. Monday nigl t. April "..
at B* i I Headquarters, 1660
Michigan Avenue. The meeting
will be i over by Cam-
i' .in S t a n 1 e y C.
\ feature of the
ng will be the showing <>f
T Will to Live," a 20-minute
|o umentary film depleting the
i-day hi*' of Jews In dis-
placed persons camps,
Although he is confident tho
unity will raise the goal of
51.309,741, Mr. Klass stated that
I it fall t, 1 u Igetary
:< to each of the
ies would
to Tl i present goal
5900,000 allotment to
Unite I Jewish App* a] toward
8170.000,000 national goal;
130,189 to nine local agencies
and $279,552 to 42 i ational and
T i ine Gn ater Miami bene-
and the amounts allo-
ach on the basis of the
'."41 goal an Baron de
Fund. $3,000; Bu-
E lucation, $17,-
i .Jewish
' 822 185 Gn ter Mi-
H a -ruth. S2.000;
Aged, S20.-
pital, S15.000;
-I Coun* .: ol Jewish Worn-
M. Y. H. A Miami,
V M H A. of Mi-
(21 ;
raip^APRiL 4, 1947
Home For Aged Members
Meet At Temple Tuesday
rship meeting
for the Aged
/ening,
ck in Temple
n *r Clark
' WIOD staff will
P gram.
Beach Center Will Honor
Past President At Dinner
'' Mrs of
.;; Commu-
"'11 honor Mr. Sam-
^and at a testimonial
dinner Thursday evening, April
17. rho affair will be held in
the Center social hall at 6:30 p.m
Mr Friedland is retiring as
:ent of the synagogue and is
serving at present as treasurer.
| ,,"1&ra?! Lives On." Palestine
film, will be shown at Congre-
, gallon Beth Jacob. April 9. 8
p: "I" und the sponsorship
of Miami Beach Women'* chap-
ter of Murachi. p
Britain Surrenders Palestine
Problem To United Nations
(Continued from Page 1)
Austin said that if the special
session is approved the United
States would have to designate
a delegation, since those who rep-
resented this country at the last
regular session were named only
for that meeting.
It was generally agreed that
the Palestine problem would be
one of the most difficult ever
handed to the United Nations.
If the United Nations' decision
on Palestine is unfavorable to
the Arabs, the other Arab states
will rise as a united people and
the -truggle for an Arab Pales-
tine would be continued, Jamal
ini, deputy chairman of the
Arab Higher Committee, said in
Cairo this weekend at conclusion
of a meeting of the council of
the Arab league.
Hussein! was quoted by a cor-
respondent of the Sunday Ob-
as adilmg that the Higher
nittee would draft the text
of the Arab presentation to the
r n ii co-operation with Abdul
Rahman Azzam Pasha, secretary-
general of the Arab league. The
league council urged every Arab
state to prepare to defend the
I of the Palestine Arabs.
It is reported that a Palestinian
delegation will be sent to
the United States to "counter-
CJfl WORKERS SEE
[
Paul Muni, celebrated stage
and screen star, is featured as
narrator in "The Will to Live," a
new documentary film which will
have its world premiere in Mi-
ami Beach next Monday night
(April 71 when it will he shown
to an audience consisting of vol-
unteeis in the current Combined
Jewish Appeal being conducted
under the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
The film depicts tor the first
the dramatic story of the
reconstruction of Europe's 1.500,-
000 Jewish survivors through re
habitation and resettlement.
The film was produced by RKO
tor the $170,000,000 cam-
paign of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, headed by Henry Morgen-
thau. Jr., general chairman.
"The Will to Live" is the most
comprehensive film made to date
on the position since the end of
ar ol Europe's Jews, depict-
Ing the flight of the Jews from
Poland to the American zone of
Germany following anti-Jewish
riots in Poland, and showing the
network of vocational schools
and farms established with the
aid of the United Jewish Appeal
for the retraining of displaced
Jews and others in anticipation
of emigration to Palestine, the
United States and other lands.
Benefit Card Party For
Save-a-Life League
A card party was held yester-
day afternoon by the Greater
Miami Save-a-Life league to ob-
tain funds for the expansion pro-
gram of the Los Angeles Sanato-
rium and Medical Center.
Headed by Mrs. Herbert Kahn.
first vice president, the commit-
tee on arrangements included
Mrs. Harold Malamud, Mrs. Jerry
R'snick and Miss Isabel Wahl.
Othe.s who assisted with the
tions were Mrs.
Kaufman, president, Mrs.
Harris, vice president;
Mrs Harry Gonvberg, correspond-
pretary; Miss Hilda Kahn.
recording secretary; Mrs. Elsie
Mayser treasurer; and Mrs. Min-
na Siszkin.
Board of directors of the
Miami Beach Zioni.t district
will convene Monday evening
*' "o'clock at the home of
Abraham Goodman. 3355
Flamingo Drive. Jerk Burrit
will preside.
act harmful rumors," whii o
and Lebanon will send Jyrii
tions to the countries^ofe
America whose help the 1
will seek at the U. jj Arabs
The return of High rv
sioner Sir Alan G CunZT'
and Lt. Gen. Gordon Ha M
Millan, Palatine military-
mander, from a four-day vis,Z
London, where they J^
to have received new pCto
curb error and halt illeg^'
from the cenJr.^ *
was all discussion of thc ,Z
they held with cabinet 0S
However, ,t is rumored *
military authorities are planning
3 ,rT. Aenes of ac,ions, to be
called "Operation Thorn," 1Z
at placing further restrictions on
inter-urban movements. No per.
sons would be allowed to leave
their place of residence without
special permission of the military
authorities and no visas will be
granted for visits abroad, even to
England, without military eu.
thonzation. Other reports say
that the main body of British
troops will be withdrawn to new
installations being constructed in
the Negev in order to reduce
the targets of terrorist action.
Only small garrisons will be left
at strategic points.
j Facsimile Editor To Talk
j At Sholem Lodge Lunch
"The Significance of Facsimile"
will be the topic of a speech by
Tun Sullivan at the next luncheon
of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge this
afternoon, 12:15 o'clock, at the
Downtown Club. Mr, Sullivan is
Miami Herald's editor of fac-
simile.
Progress of the membership
drive will be revealed at the
luncheon with Colonel Isenberg,
chairman, reporting.
BZB Selects Entrants
In Rose Chapter Contest
Carol Aronovitz and Lois Nev-
ins will represent BZB's in a
debate contest sponsored by Rose
chapter of B'nai B'rith. "That
General Religious Education
Should Be Introduced Into the
Public School System" is the sub-
ject to be argued at the finals
which will take place on the eve-
ning of April 27.
Local Groups Sponsor
FDR Memorial Service
Miami Zionist district, B'nai
Brith, Anti-Defamation League
and Jewish People's Fraternal
Order are among a group o.
jivic organizations who wi'1
sponsor a memorial service 'or
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
in Bayfront Park, April 12. the
second anniversary of his death
Senator Claude Pepper, prin-
cipal speaker, will be introduced
by Mayor Perrine Palmer, Jr-
serving as co-chairman. State
Sen. D. C. Coleman has been
named honorary chairman.
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PAGE SEVEN
ATTENTION
Miami Beach Freeholders
YOU ARE URGED TO VOTE
TUESDAY, APRIL 8th

AT
BOND ELECTION
FOR or AGAINST the Following Proposed Improvements
1. Improving Sanitary Sewer System $250,000.
2. Improving & Extending Water System $250,000.
3. Street Paving Projects $394,000.
4. Constructing an Auditorium $750,000.
Polling Places
Open 7:00 A. M.
Until 7:00 P. M.
PRECINCT 25(51st Street to North City Limits)
69th ST. FIRE STATION6860 Indian Creek Drive
Precinct 26(34th Street to 51st Street)
SCHOOL AUDITORIUMN. E. Cor. 41st St. and Chase Ave.
PRECINCT 27 (23rd Street and Dade Blvd. to 34th Street)
(including Belle and Venetian Islands)
DADE BLVD. FIRE STATIONCor. Dade Blvd. and Pine Tree Dr.
PRECINCT 28(15th Street to 23rd Street and Dade Blvd.)
MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB HOUSEWashington Ave. at 21st St.
PRECINCT 29(11th Street to 15th Street)
CITY HALL FIRE STATION12th St. at Washington Ave.
PRECINCT 30(7th Street to 11th Street)
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4,
TEMPLE ISRAELSILVER JUBILEE
WILL TAKE PLACE MAY 4
By H. A. BINDER
The month of May 1922 marked
the date when a few men of
prophetic vision, desiring to wor-
ship under a form of religious
service not then available to
them in Miami, resolved to or-
ganize a liberal reform Jewish
Congregation. Any attempt at
this time to narrate the incidents
of obstruction, antagonism, or
hostility, which they encountered
in order to attain their objective,
would be but to relate the oppo-
sition in kind, and on a much
broader front, facing the Rev-
erend Rabbi Isaac Mayer Weiss,
founder of Refnr m Judaism
when he endeavored to establish,
some 7o years ago, the first re-
form Jewish Congregation in
America.
But these Miamianc, hardy
stalwart pioneer founders, un-
daunted in the face of discord,
rivalry and resistance, giving
unselfishly, unstintingly of their
time, energy, efforts and means.
succei led beyond their most
sanguine dreams in building bet-
an they then anticipated. In
a< lowledgement of that perse-
verance, Temple Israel will com-
n i-morate their achievement
An epoch-making event will be
held May 4 at Hotel Columbus,
when it is predicted that Its
entire membership of almost 600
will assemble at a silver anniver-
sary dinner.
This affair will be in the na-
ture of a tribute to the founders.
the congregation's first president,
Harry V. Simons, and every of-
ficer and member whose efforts
during the past quarter of a cen-
tury have been instrumental in
establishing Temple Israel among
the nation's outstanding spiritual
and cultural edifices.
At the silver anniveresary din-
ner verbal orchids will be con-
ferred upon Mr. Simons and his
successors, up to and includii g
the current president. Judge
Harold B- Spaetall of whom
have labored untiringly in fulfill-
ing the constant demands made
upon them. Laudatory reference
will be made to Tempi.' Israel's
first Rabbi, Dr. Salo Stein, his
successors up to the gracious and
scholarly Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Ral in Emeritus, and to present
dynamic and gifted spiritual
leader. Rabbi Oilman A. Zwit-
man, the youngest Rabbi ordain-
ed, at age 24 graduated from the
Jewish Institute of Religion. Rab-
bi Zwitman has resumed his pul-
pit after s( rving in the armed
forces of our country as chaplain.
A captain for three years, he re-
ceived commendations from Gen-
erals Van Dusen and Sherrill and
was signally honored on VE-Day
when he was invited to conduct
memorial service at West Point.
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I, can be truly said that Tem-
ple Israel has, during the pas
garter of a century, conformed
to the admonition voiced in tn
first sermon delivered September
9 1826 by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
who took as his text "Our House
Shall Be a House of Prayer for
All Nations."
The next 25 years will hold a
challenge to accomplish more
gloriously the founders' activities
in the Vineyard of Temple l
The present officers and direc-
i irs have unreservedly pledged
themselves to meet this chal-
lenge,
The silver anniversary com-
mittee members are preparing
for this festive occasion a pro-
gram of music and entertain-
ment. A speaker of national
prominence will keynote the his-
toric celebration.
The committee is composed of
Harry V. Simons, assisted by Leo
Ackerman, Herman A. Binder,
Harry rioyell, Jerry Cohen. Roba
gngler Epstein, Herbert U. Pel-
belman, Louis Gillman, Max
Holt-i" rg, Arthur S. Kahn, Don-
ald LaVigne, J. Gerald Lewis.
j,,le> Pe a i I in a n, Nat Roth,
Adolph Weitheimer. Henry E-
Wolff.
Charter members of Temple
[srai 1 were:
H. V. Simons, J. M. Gusky, M.
Plant, N. Roth, M. L. Cowen, L.
Applebaum. Leo Ackerman, Mrs.
I. Osenham, H. N. Bott, Leo
Bass. A. B. Cromer j n
stein, R. Elfman, j P>
Goldberg, D. QottfrhdTS H'
Goodman, M. HarkhS .S' l
Hodes, H. H. Hyma "m'MMH C'
Dr. M. D. Katz s k1'i.fm "'
G. Lewis. L. L&S8P*
Mendelson, B A M,,i S-
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Rubin. L. Stem. P MendM
Weiss. B. Weintraub jack &"
traub, A. S. Zucker JgL
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Tuesday. April 8. at the Syna
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PASSOVER QUIZ BOX
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright, 1047, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
QUESTION: Why is the
Passover evening ritual at the
home called "Seder?"
iJJsWER: The word "seder
comes from a Hebrew root mean-
Z "order." Since the even.ngs
ceremonies are arranged in a cer-
jn ,,(,, it is most fitting to
tin- word to denote the en-
tire ceremony. Many have read
jnt0 this notation the interpre-
tation that it signifies the ideal
0[ Jewish freedom. Even at the
geder Table where the indi-
viduals are to be regarded at
Iheii utmost liberty there was
, present, implying the
[act thai there can be no free-
dom without order.

QUESTION: Why does the
Elder wear a "Kitul" (white
gown) at the Seder Table?
ANSWER: It should be noted
here that the white gown is worn
instances, i. e., on
the Day of Atonement, on the
High Holidays by the Cantor, by
religious grooms on their wed-
ding day. It also is the shroud
that is '.void by the dead. Many
attribu ssociated with the
white "Kitul." It possesses the
Characteristic of an angel in its
purity and cleanliness. It presents
a universal outlook on the part
of mankind when all arc garbed
jn write, (specially in the coffin
where all n en are considered
equal. In relation to the Passover
ceremony, it definitely implies
the element of freedom, which is
the theme of the Passover holi-
day. In certain ancient civiliza-
tions (inly the free men wore
white tunicswhile the serfs
weie forbidden from wearing
them. In the talmudic and early
middle agi s the white frock was
the symbol of the scholar in Jew-
ish life. The older at the seder
table, rej ting the ideal Jew,
hence wi ars the cloak of dis-
tinction and purity.
* *
QUESTION: Why was it spe-
cifically decreed that the Ha-
gadah be read at night.
ANSWER Many reasons have
ivi it in, this custom. Some
attributi I e choice of the night
over the because of the Tal-
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mudic insistence that tie Jews the
left Egypt by night; also the last
of the miracles was performed at
night. Hence the ritual dedicates
the "night of nights" and is hence
in st recited in the evening. What
might be added historically is the
fact that in the days of the early
Taanaim there was a period of
severe persecutions against the
Jews and they were forced to
gather indiscriminately in cellars
protected by the dark of the
night to observe the study of
Torah and its rituals. Thus the
event recited in the Hagadah
where the disciples of the Rabbis
came to tell them that the time
had arrived for the reading of
the morning "Shema." Actually,
historians say, it was a warning
that the morning star had al-
ready come through the horizons
and consequently they were in
danger of being caught and se-
verely punished. To commemor-
ate the bravery oi these learned
sages it may have then become
a custom to always read the Ha-
gadah by night.
QUESTION' Why has it be
come a custom for the young-
sters to attempt ihe theft of the
"Afikomen" in anticipation of
a reward for its return?
ANSWER: According to the
original Biblical expressions and
talmudic interpretations the eve
of Passover served as the occa-
sion for transmitting the miracu-
lous account of our deliverance
to the coming generationsi. e.,
our children. Consequently va-
rious devices were invented in
order to maintain the interest of
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children and at the same
time keep them awake through
the evening hours. No better
means can be found than the
thrill of the adventure of stealing
the "Afikomen" and anxiously
awaiting the amusement and j
award accompanying the finding \
of the "culprit." For this same
reason the Hagadah was ar-
ranged in a "Socratic Method,"
i. e.. the children asking the four
leading questions inspired by
their curiosity over the strange
ritual they behold throughout the
eve of the Passover festival.
The weekly radio program
sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical association will
not be heard this week due to
the Passover holiday. The pro-
gram is usually heard over sta-
tion WBAY at 2:15 p. m. Sun-
days.
Q. What American festival re-
sembles Passover?
A. Independence day.
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Will Present 1947 Slate
A nominating committee head-
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its recommendation for officers
at the next regular meeting of the
Dade County Cardiac Hume on
Wednesday. April 9, 1:30 p.m.,
at the Miami Beach Y.
Mrs. Gertrude Lach, president,
will report on plans for an in-
stallation luncheon and Mother's
Day celebration scheduled for
May.
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Q. What is the Haggadah?
A. It means narration and is
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Seder, including the story of
Israel's exodus from Egypt,
hymns, Jewish folk songs and
ditties.
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FATHER OF 'SPIRITUAL
By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
Twenty years have passed since Ahad Ha'am died, at the
aqe of seventy-one, in a house in Tel Aviv built on the street
named in his honor, Rehov Ahad Ha'am. The past two decades
have witnessed many cataclysmic changes. They markedtne
destruction of European Jewry, that had nurtured Ahad Ha am,
and a time of growth in Eretz Yisrael, which he would not have
believed possible in our time. And yet, twenty years after Ahad
Ha'am's passing and forty, fifty and more years after the lirst
publication of some of his basic utterances, his philosophy ot
Zionism and interpretation of Judaism are still sound and timely.
Nay, more than that. Nearly all
articulate Jewish ideologists of
our day have made Ahad Ha'am's
concepts, ideas and terminology
their own, to an extent where it
is not infrequently forgotten that
Ahad Ha'am coined those terms
and forged those concepts while
evolving a well-rounded philoso-
ophy of Judaism.
Ahad Ha'am is acclaimed as
the "father of spiritual Zionism"
and as the progenitor of modern
Hebrew prose and journalism on
its highest plane. He fully de-
serves these epithets. He evolved
the concept of "the center of the
Jewish spirit in Eretz Yisrael"
(merkas haruhanee) and, in his
capacity as editor of "Hashiloah,"
he set up new standards for He-
brew literature. But there was
more to Ahad Ha'am than this.
He was, above all, the first con-
scious and deliberate Jewish sur-
vivalist, the first articulate phi-
losopher f Jewish survivalism.
He viewed all Jewish situations
and the manifestations of the
creative Jewish spirit from the
survivalist's point of view, weigh-
ing their merits in the scale of
their contribution to the Jewish
survival potential.
Ahad Ha'am's program was
"unconditional Jewish Survival."
His critical approach extended to
all nooks and corners of the Jew-
ish past and present. He took
little for granted, except the
axiom that the Jewish people
must live. To be sure, he forti-
fied this dogma, formulated by
the historical experience of the
Jewish people, with a carefully
constructed edifice of premises
and conclusions. But essentially,
and despite Ahad Ha'am's ra-
tional orientation of mind, Jew-
ish survival was with him a mat-
ter of belief, thinged with ro-
mantic sentiments.
Fifty years ago, when Ahad
Ha'am assumed the editorship ol
Hashiloah," the Jewish survival
prospects were still undimmed.
But he sensed the crisis that was
coming. He fell the sickness ol
the Jewish soul, loin from its
traditional moorings, although
there were but isolated cases ol
"Jewish self-hatred" in his day
and integrated east European
European Jewish world. He knew
that Jewish survival is inclis-
solubly bound to Jewish distinc-
tiveness and the things of the
Jewish spirit.
The things of the Jewish spirit
this was the great redemptive
force and power in which Ahad
Ha'am believed with unbroken
faith. He counted as things of the
Jewish spirit, all and everything
of authentic Jewish nature cre-
ated by the nation in its long
career. Ahad Ha'am was far from
being "religious" in the accepted
sense. He knew well the many
theories of religion and the va-
rious theses of "the origin of
Judaism" created in the critical
air of the 19th century. Despite
this basic lack of "the religious
spark" he defended, however,
Jewish tradition and Jewish ob-
servances whenever the need
arose. "More than Israel has pre-
served the Sabbath, the Sabbath
has preserved Israel," was his
watchword respecting J e w i s n
tradition.
Ahad Ha'am has been dubbed
a "cultural Zionist." This epithet.
however, should not lead anyone
to conclude that Ahad Ha'am was
blind to the realities of the po-
litical program of Zionism. He
whole-heartdly advocated large-
scale Jewish colonization of Eretz
Yisrael, regardless of whether the
"charter" was secured or not. He
was a political Zionist through
and throughbut he also was a
realist. He did not overlook the
fact which was frequently gloss-
ed over by Herzl's generation,
that Zionism could not in tne
foreseeable future solve the Jew-
ish problem in its entirely. He
insisted that the problem of the
Galuth would remain with US,
even after the establishment o.
the Jewish state, as it was neither
possible nor likely that all Jews
would, or could, settle in its
boundaries.
The problem of "the negation
of the Galuth" respectively "the
affirmation of the Galuth" was
frequently touched upon by Ahad
Ha'am. He asserted that, as every
Jew. lie. too, came naturally by
"the negation of the Galuth" in
principlebut he also pointed
out that as a reality the Galuth
cannot be negated; it exists. His
program called for as large a
Jewish settlement in Eretz Yis-
rael as possible, but he refused to
write Galuth Jewry off the book.
Instead, he delineated how to
link the Jews of the diaspora
firmly with the homeland, by
making them fully share in its
indigenous Hebraic culture. Ahad
H'am the realist, knew that not
all Jews could be physically
transferred to Eretz Yisrael in
our time, and so he demanded
that Eretz Yisrael become the
spiritual home, the soul-center of
dispersed Jewry. He wanted to
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^Jenislirkridiia/n
Jewish ram
By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
We Jews have come a long way, trailing back some thirty-
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PAGE ELEVEN
e centuries, counting from the Exodus which marked the
of our people in freedom and independence. By far the
.X il,.-.i-A tVi \ri\rA i\rf* r-ontiirioc- urarrt r>n%*4 U ___ i
birth
judah and Benjamin, refused to
.._- ie amnncr thpir rnn-
become lost among their con-
rors. By the waters of Baby-
after the destruction of
and the Temple (586
better part of these thirty-five centuries were spent in exile and
persecution. We could have ended this agony centuries or
jnillenia ago. Some of us, or rather the majority of us, at one
time did precisely that, to wit, the Ten Tribes who, within a
short time of the fall of Samaria (722 B.C.) had become sub-
merged among the populations of the Assyrian provinces where
they had been deported. But the minority, the two tribes of
ish people to live? As all faith-
ful patriots, they were ready to
lay down their lives for their
people. But the ordinary kind
of patriotism would not have suf-
ficed to sustain them. For the
Jewish martyr-heroes knew with
utter certainty that their supreme
sacrifice could give their people
no thisworldly ease and salva-
tionon the contrary. And yet
they walked readily and even joy-
fully the last mile to the pyres of
the inquisition, to the gallows and
to the deep rivers into which
their bodies, heavily weighted
with lead and iron, were thrown.
They endured all this, and
more, because they knew with
utter certainty that Judaism is a
goodly portion and that to be a
Jew is a privilege of choice and
distinction. They believed, in
accordance with the Prophetic
promise, that the world's re-
demption from brutal inhumane-
ness was up to Israel and its
teachings of truth, justice and
peace through which ultimately
all of mankind will be led to the
Mountain of the Lord and its air
of perpetual peace and blessed
plenty for all These Jews
believed that the salvation'of the
world and the ushering in of the
Messianic age was solely up to
them. In accordance with a pithy
quei
Ion
Jerusalem------ -
B.C.). they declined to sing the
Lord's sonfi on strange soil and
vowed "Let my right hand for-
get her cunning if I forget thee,
0 Jerusalem, if I set not Zion
above my chiefest joy." .
And to this oath we have re-
mained faithful. To be sure, in
every age and every country a
few. and at times many, of us
decided to throw off what to
them seemed "the burden" of
Jerusalem, but there was always
a large number of faithful ones
left to cany on. They followed
their God "through fire and wa-
ter." They submitted to the most
agonizing tortures and to the
most horrible kinds of death so
that, through their individual
martyrdom, the Jewish people
might retain its spiritual-relig-
ious identity and integrity.
No precise statistics are avail-
able on the Jewish martyrs who
[ died for the "Sanctification of
the Ineffable Name" throughout
the agesbut they were millions.
All of these men, women and
children laid down their lives so
that the Jew ish people might live.
If the will to live is indeed the
strongest force motivating our
I actions, then the millions of Jews
( who readily and joyfully sacri-
fices their lives must have been
possessed of an ideal, a purpose,
I if you will, which meant more
to them than the prolongation of
I their earthly lives.
why did these heroes, who gave
[battle to those who would en-
I slave their spirits, want the Jew-
Midrash, they regarded them-
selves as "partners of God" in the
work of creation, their contribu-
tion being to diffuse the light of
ethics among those who were still
walking in darkness.
But does not every nation and
religion regard itself as "chosen"
in one respect or another? Can
! it be that we Jews have been
I merely deluding ourselves into
| believing that ours is a special
I distinction? Of late "The Chosen
| People Idea" has been under at-
tack from many quartersJewish
and non-Jewishwho interpret
it, wrongly and superficially, as
a doctrine born of empty arro-
gance. But those acquainted
with the profusion of biblical,
talmudic and rabbinic texts elab-
orating on "The Chosen People
Idea" know that throughout the
ages, "chosenness" has meant to
the Jewish people nothing else
but the special duty "to be a
light unto the nations."
And no matter from what angle
we look at Jewish historyand
no matter how much we strain
ourselves to minimize the traces
left by the effort "to be a light
unto the nations," the fact looms
large and irrepressible that what
little genuine humaness there is
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to Judaism? Need we emphasize
again that all the ideas of democ-
racy were born and brought to
fruition in ancient Israel, thence
to be carried to the four corners
human fellowship and social
awareness, of eagerness for peace
and resolve to make this world
of the earth? Whatever there is
today in the Western World of
a better place for all, stems di-
rectly from the inspiration of
Israel.
The Jewish people has given
the Western World its religion
and ethics, its real raison d'etre.
And the Jews who would not bow
before the Cross knew that very
well! They knew with ftter cer-
tainty that the awe-inspiring
grandeur of the inexplicable and
unique Oneness of God must be
preserved and safeguarded in all
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PAGE TWELVE
WHITE HOUSE ASKED TO INTERVENE
SOVIETS TO FIND 01
WASHINGTON (JTA). The
White House has been asked to
intervene with the Soviet Union
to ascertain the whereabouts of
Raoul Wallenberg, young Swed-
ish diplomat, who rescued thou-
sands of Jews from the Hungarian
fascists and the Gestapo in war-
time Budapest, it was learned this
week. He was last seen in the
Hungarian capital in January,
1945.
Wallenberg, who was educated
in the United States, went to
Budapest from Stockholm in July.
1944, at the instance of Iver Olson,
then War Refugee Board repre-
sentative in Sweden. He car-
ried Swedish diplomatic creden-
tials, but actually his role was
undercover agent for President
Roosevelt in rescuing Jewish ref-
ugees from the Nazis and Hun-
garian fascists, and his activities
were financed by the War Refu-
gee board. He is officially cred-
ited with saving more than 20.000
Jews and with being indirectly
responsible for rescuing at least
100.000 more, through his courage
and ingenuity. He provided these
refugees with Swedish documents
of protective citizenship.
The question is whether Wal-
lenberg was murdered by Hun-
garian fascists or taken into cus-
tody by the Russian NKVD. pre-
sumably on suspicion of espion-
age. However, Budapest has
been permitted by the Soviet
military authorities to hold a
memorial service for him, and to
name a street in his honor. His
family is convinced that he is
still living. His half-brother, Guy
von Dardel, an engineer of Stock-
holm, has come to the United
States to spearhead American ef-
forts in his behalf.
Wallenberg's mother. Mmc M i
von Dardel, was assured by th<
Soviet Ambassador to Stockholm
Mme. Alexandra Kollontai, soon
after his disappearance, that he-
was alive and safe. Moscow ha-
never officially admitted holding
Wallenberg as a prisoner or as-
serted that he had engaged ir
cspionaue. Von Dardel has cited
an official statement by S
Vic- Minister of Foreign Affairs
Dekanosov. on Jan. IT. 1945. that
Wallenberg and his property are
under Russian protection -
luting a theory that he
! ave I ei n killed by Huni
fascists during i i -a ge of Buda-
pest. An oficial of the Swedish
legation hi re said that the Rus-
sians "have never publisl ed any
facts to support reports of Wal-
lenberg's d< ath."
The legation spokesman
thai Wallenberg was last seen
Jan. IT. 1945. under the motor-
cycle escort of three Soviet offi-
Olsen, who is now con-
nect, d with the Economic and
Social Council of tl e Unite I Na-
tions, belli at the Russian-
may have arrested Wallenberg in
end!-. A Slate Department offi-
cial who knew Wallenberg in
Stockholm believes the Russians'
mistake has proved so embarrass-
ing that they do not know how to
extricate themselves. This offi-
cial calls Waller berg 'a mar. in 8
million."
Wallenberg has been reported
, Checho-
slovakian camp maintained hy
he Russians, in the Ukraine and
u, Estonia. The current report
,,., Estonia, wl ich appeared in
, StOCkholf newspaper, is beinfc
investigated by the Swedish For-
eign Office. Olson stresses that
the United States shares moral
responsibility In trying to find
Wallenberg, since the War Befti-
.,.,. board sent him to Nazi-ridden
Budapest in 1944.
Wallenberg," O 1 s e n says.
'worked 24 hours a day for more
han six months. He ran a regu-
ar compound of apartment
houses filled with thousands of
.eople, whom he fed. clothed and
.rotected against marauding
- of Arrow Cross Fascists.
Many times he rushed to rail-
oad depots to snatch men,
.v.imer. and children from depor-
tation trains on the way to extcr-
nination camps in Germany."
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Lodge offices for Emily Sue
Perlman or co-owner Mrs.
Edith Perlman. The last known
address of the owner was 4425
Alton Road. Anyone know-
ing of the whereabouts of Miss
Perlman is asked to contact Mr.
Charles R. Jacobson, executive
director.
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956 WASHINGTON AVE. M. B..
Presents
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THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
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Also Accept European Plan
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HELENE HOTEL
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Under Supervision of EHRENRICH. formerly of Fcrndnle. N. Y
Now Accepting Reservations ior the
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CHILDREN TO AND FROM HEBREW
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THE ROBERT CLAY HOTEL
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Now Available for
LUNCHEON MEETINGS
RECEPTIONS BANQUETS WEDDINGS
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Flowers For All Occasions
Telegraph Delivery Service
111 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6823
1690
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FREE DELIVERY! Phones 4-3926 4-7377
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OUR KOSHER DINING ROOM IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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BELVEDERE HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
843 EUCLID AVENUE
Now Accepting Reservations for ,he
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS STRICTLY KOSHLH
PHONE 5-1103
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nute-^1
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pprnAY, APRIL 4, 1947
fJewisii fhrkG&gj
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEADERS OF WOMEN'S DIVISION IN CJA DRIVE
(Lef! to right) Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chairman. Beach section; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, genera!
chairman; Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman, speci al gifts, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman. Town
section.
| Goodman Leads Zionist,
BJE Youth Symposium
S. A. Goodman, chairman of the
I Zionist Youth Commission, will
be moderator at a symposium
presented in the forum series
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
I ish Education and Miami Beach
Zionist distiiet at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Wednesday cve-
I ninR, April 9.
"American Jewish Youth and
Zionism" will be the topic dis-
cussed by representatives of the
young people's groups who will
participate in the program, in-
cluding Florence Stein, Jrunior
Hadassah: Charles Freefield, Ma-
sada; Miriam Foit. Habonim, and
Harold Rubel, Hashomcr Hatzair.
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y
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Corsages Funeral Designs
Weddings Parlies
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2-5790-Phones2-5384
Workmen's Circle Seder
Branch 699, Workmen's Circle,
will celebrate the Passover holi-
day at a Seder, Sunday, April 13,
at 7 p. m. in the Miami
YM&WHA. Members of the La-
dies club will attend.
Reading of the Haggadah and
presentation of a cultural pro-
gram will be given by Mordcha
Globerman, Arbeiter Ring school
teacher.
Q. What is the Afikomen?
A. During the early part of the
Seder service it is customary for
the head of the household to break
the middle of the three matzot
into half, to wrap part of it in a
napkin and to lay it aside, to be
consumed at the end of the repast,
in order that the meal should end
with matzot. (Hence it is called
"afikoman" or "dessert").
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Telephone 3-6332
Critic Analyzes Wynd
Novel For AJC Women
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein has select-
ed "Black Fountains," a novel by
Oswald Wynd, for the eleventh in
a series of book reviews for the
Miami Beach Women's division
of American Jewish Congress.
The group will meet Wednesday
afternoon, April 9, at the National
hotel auditorium, 17th and Collins
ave., at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Weinstein will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Leonard Kimball,
project chairman.
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For A Very Happy
PASSOVER
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and we pray that
the coming year
will be a peaceful
and fruitful one!

i{J


PAGE FOURTEEN
vjtnist Hcridiar

it
raiDAY. APRIL 4,
PASSOVER AND
JEWISH ETERNITY
(Continued From Page 11)
its majestic supremacyand so
they died with the declaration
"The Lord Our God is One!" on
their lips.
"But all this was in the past"
... the skeptic will say. Today.
all civilized nations and mono-
theistic creeds are arrayed in
support of the ethics of Juda-
ism. So may not the Jews now
lay their vigilance to rest and
close the book of separatist suf-
fering for the sake of the "King-
dom of God?"
Such questions are frequently
asked by Jews and non-Jews who
feel that, so far as its "mission"
is concerned. Judaism has run its
course and may retire from the
world's stage. In point of fact,
however, the "mission" of Juda-
ism is today as unrealized as it
was in the days of the Prophets.
If anything, the callous indiffer- I
ence and rapaciousness of the in-
dustrial age and the brutality of
modern warfare, to say nothing
of the perversion of technique to
serve destructive rather than con-
structive purposes, prove that,
now if ever. Judaism is called I
upon "to be a light unto the na-
tions" who grope in darkness.
"The modern crisis." or as some
prefer to call it. "the predica-
ment of modern man." is essenti-
ally the failure of technological
society to control "the machine"
with humane reason and ethics.
As a result, we have created a
"power civilization" which is
purely "sensate" and which, like
a Golem of sheer brute feme.
'ens to consume mankind.
its creator. This and nothing
is ;'t the root uf thi I dy of
our war-torn and war-ravaged
Id.
- now generally realized that
military vicl iry is nut en
''' must be wonand secured
for theful "The
foundations of lasting peace."
ever, on which so many b
and essays have been written in
n ; embedded in
force and power and cannot be I
larded by armies of occupa- j
"The foundations of last- '
PASSOVER
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nttty alt j
tiuux*
Q. What does "Seder" mean.
A. "Order." It refers to the
order in which the home f< tival
sei vice is arranged,
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ing peace" are justice and hu-
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taught, in simple, straightforward
language. what contemporary
philosophers now elaborate in im-
ig booksnamely, that our
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than in goodness 6f the heart
and humaneness of the spirit.
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Arrangements for a dance to
benefit the combined Jewish
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week by the Fratority of Temple
Beth Sholom. The affair will be
held at Servicemen's Pier, Miami
Beach, on April 19, 8:30 p. m.
Stanley Burns and Mildred
Goldberg, co-chairmen of the
dance committee, will be assisted
by Dorothy Rader, publicity and
entertainment; Harriet Gettes-
man, tickets; Lee Aronoff, door,
and Arnold Marks, refreshments.
Lift Insurance Estate*
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* Jewish ttorictiagi
PAGE FIFTEEN
Argentine Parliament
Make Catholic Public
Instruction Compulsory
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)-Beat-
ine down all attempts to modify
he measures, the chamber of
deputies recently adopted a bill
mak.ng permanent a 1943 emerg-
ency decree providing for com-
pulsory Catholic religious educa-
tion in Argentine schools.
The bill, which is certain of
approval in the senate, permits
children whose parents do not
wish them to receive Catholic in-
struction to attend classes in
ethics. However, the deputies de-
feated an amendment which
would have allowed non-Catho-
lics to receive instruction from
clergymen of their own faith.
Separation of the church and
the schools has been observed
here since 1884. No efforts were
made to change the law until
1928 when the Catholic church
began campaigning for religious
instruction in the schools. How-
ever, the liberal majority which
prevailed in parliament until the
revolution of 1943 barred amend-
ment of the 1884 statute.
(In April, 1946, the DAIA,
central body of Argentine
Jewry, urged all Jewish parents
to register their children as
Jews with the school authori-
ties, so that they would be ex-
empt from Catholic instruction.
Some parents had failed to ask
exemptions for their children,
fearing that to do so would set
them apart from their class-
mates.)
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IN THE MAIL
Miami Beach,
April 1, 1947.
Editor, Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
In your edition of Friday, March
28, there appeared a Vaad Ha-
kashruth letter signed by four
honorable gentlemen.
I would like to recall the fol-
lowing incident: When Rabbi
Weisfeld first came to Miami
about 16 or 18 years ago, he tried
to organize a Vaad Hakashruth.
At a meeting at .the Beth David
synagogue, he appointed a Kash-
ruth committee of twelve. A
certain Mr. I. C. was named chair-
man of that committee, but Mr.
C. refused to accept. One of the
committecmen arose and said:
"Rabbi Weisfeld, please don't ac-
cept his refusal." Rabbi Weis-(
feld didn't. However, Mr. C. re-
fused again to accept and Rabbi
Weisfeld again appointed him.
After this had gone on four or
five times, Mr. C. arose and said,
"Rabbi, you are compelling me
to admit something that hurts
me, and that is, that since child-
hood I have not eaten Kosher.
How, then, can I be the chair-
man of the Kashruth committee?"
At this point all 12 men arose
and said, "In that case, we must
all resign, as none of us is kosher."
Now I would like to ask these
four honorable gentlemen who
signed this Vaad Hakashruth
letter, together with Rabbi Rack-
ovsky, if they, too, have the cour-
age to admit that they are not
kosher.
Respectfully,
MAX FEIT. '
Veterans of World War II who
have allowed their National Ser-
vice Life Insurance policies to
lapse since separation from the
service have only until Aug. 1,
1947, to apply for reinstatement
of their policy without physical
examination.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRANCIS
HOTEL
19 N. E. 3rd Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 9-0665
RED CROSS REACHES
64% IN CURRENT DRIVE
Latest available figures released
earlier this week showed Dado
county's 1947 Red Cross fund
campaign at the 64.7 per cent
mark, according to H. H. Hyman,
general chairman of the local
drive.
With $194,782.29 raised, the
drive still needed $106,217.71 to
reach the $301,000 quota here.
Added impetus was given the
drive this week as Miami and
Jacksonville entered into a race
to the finish. Following the first
day of interchanging reports be-
tween the two cities, Jacksonville
held a narrow lead over Miami,
having collected $146,000or 68.5
per cent of its $218,238 quota.
Despite Jacksonville's lead in
per cent of quota obtained, Miami
has obtained $48,782 more than its
rival city and has a larger quota
by $87,762.
Fraternal Youth Group
Sponsors Annual Dance
Dancing under the stars will
feature the annual affair of the
Youth Group of Jewish People's
Fraternal Order, Saturday, April
19, on the patio of Hotel Edwards.
Jerry Mann's band will provide
the music. Tickets may be pur-
chased from members of the so-
cial committee.
Dux Officers Installed
At Anniversary Banquet
Officers of the Dux club were
installed at their first anniversary
banouct at the Downtown club
on March 22. Maurice Gross-
man, Miami Y executive director,
spoke. Dan Rosenthal, activities
director, served as toastmastcr.
Charles Valis, retiring presi-
dent, turned over his gavel to
Alan Greenfield. Others who ac-
cepted tenure of office were:
Sanford Samel, vice president;
Bert Michels, secretary; Marvin
Valis, treasurer; Irving Larido,
corresponding secretary, and
Henry Weiss, sergeant at arms.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FAMOUS
BAKING CORP.
463 W. Flagler St. 3-8146
Specializing in Hotel and
Restaurant Service
Bread Rolls Cakes
MELNICK-FRIEDMAN
Proprietors

Vegetarians Hold Seder
A traditional seder has been
arranged by the Vegetarian So-
ciety of Miami Beach for tomor-
row evening at the Star Restau-
rant, 841 Washington Ave. Mr.
Meyer Kohn will officiate at the
service beginning at 7:30 p. m.
Q. What Jewish custom does
the Cup of Elijah typify?
A. It is emblematic of hospi-
tality. The Seder service begins
with an invitation to those who
are hungry to enter and to cele-
brate Passover.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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FLORIDA PROVISION
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MIAMI
Dr. BEN MILLER
(U. S. Navy Dental Corps1944-46)
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF HIS OFFICES FOR THE
PRACTICE OF
DENTISTRY
Lincoln Building
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phone 5-9805EVening hours
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandiie
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING
LADYBUG
Charter Boat
DAY or WEEK
Everything Furnished
Meals Included
MANDALAY
Fishing Camp
ROCK HARBOR No. 2
Call R. M. BUCKNER
Mannings9-1244 78-2972
DR. S. KREISLER
DENTIST
Announces the Opening of His Office for the
General Practice of Dentistry
1575 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
PHONE 58-9590
Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves
30 Years oi Satisfied Customers_______
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Phone 4-3710
Visit Our Grove
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See Many Varieties
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OPEN EVERY
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SATURDAY
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It Happy lo Offer You Unlimited Space
For Warehousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
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MIAMI
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS
1434 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
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CONGREGATION BETHR^ACOB.X 301-311 Washington are-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloif. Cantor Loins D. **
Passover services will be held Friday and Saturday eventagstf
6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday minings at 6.30a nd ^" am;
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Saturday morning on the subject.
An Old Text" and Sunday morning on the theme: Th(Road to
Liberation." Cantor Feder will chanl the services, toterrnediate
congregation for teen-agers will be held at 9 a.m both mornings
in the community building. Junior services tor children of clcmm-
tary school age will he held both mornings at 10 a.m.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclia a Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky.
Friday Mincha service, (i p m., followed by Maanv. Rabbi
Rackovskv will preach al all Passover services. Saturday first
minvon. 6:30 a.m.: second minyon, 8:30 a.m. Mincha, 5 p.m. the
rabbi will discuss the portion of the week. Daily services. < to 8
a.m. Evening services ,ii 6 15 p.m., followed by a study of Mishma.
Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., followed by a class in the study of the
laws of Passover.
I2^lAPRn4,
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Biscayne Boulevard phone ^
CUSTOMS BROKER STEVEDORES
Operating on City Dock and Terminal Dock
City Dock Phone
9-3401
Terminal Dock Phone
3-7748
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL

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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
171h ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Passover services Friday. 6:15 p.m.. and Saturday morning. 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "Bitterness." Mincha at 6:15
p.m. Services Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on
"Sweetness." Mincha at 6:15 p.m. Services will be chanted by
Cantor Samuel Salkow. formerly of Hartford. Conn. Psalm reading
5:30 p.m. both days. Daily services. 7 to 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Passover will be ushered in on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Services will be held Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8:30 o'clock.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro's
theme for discussion will bi in to Come." The floral offer-
ing will be made by Mrs. Harry Green in memory of her son and
parents. Student services Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30.
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Phone 3-6491
2186 N. W. 13th Avenue
SCHIFF'S COMPLETE
FOOD MARKET
1600 Lenox Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Hi
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
Sloan, executive director.
Friday evening candle lighting time. 6:21 p.m. First seder
service 6:30 p.m. Saturday, lust day Passover service. 9 a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach i n "Beware of the Plague." Second seder
service. 6:30 p.m. Rabbi will discuss "The Adventure of Freedom."
Choi Hamoed Passover. Men,lay. April 7. through Thursday April
10. Evening service. April 10. 6:30 p.m. Seventh dav Passover
service, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "A Toast to the'
Future. Eight!, day service, 9 a.m. the Rabbi will discuss "Lest
We forgetA Memorial Sermon." Mem..rial services (Yiskor)
10:30 a.m. Evening service, 6:30 pin. Cantor Goldring and the
center choir will officiate at all Passover services.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOYKR
SUTTON
JEWELRY
COMPANY
Successors to "Whalers"
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-S996
Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIBERAL
Leln Krnni !*?? ?HhOM; 4J44 Ch*s* Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
h.Hnoac-rVnmL:- hed at 6:30 p.m. Sabbath P vet service. Rabbi Leon Kronish
wil speak n "Are We Witnessing the Writing of a NewHaiS"
Religious school Pas S mday, April 6. 10 45 an Regu-
lar religious schoo bi [in at 10 a Cantor Kelemer will
render the musical portions ol all services.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
Manufactured By The
OLD HOLLAND CHEMICAL CO., Inc.
"The All-Purpose Soap Powder"
Specially Manufactured for Use in Hard Water
i'
1684 N. W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE 4-3740
R FFHR Ml
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st Miami b.kk; r i
Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi erne" tuT. **** Clman A
First night of Passover. April 4, Sundown service at fi n m
Passover Congregational Seder at 6:30 p.m. On h, firs ,,P V
Passover, the Passover ritual and Torah so,-vicew 1 bheld a i
a.m Thursday at 8:15 p.m., concluding eve of festival m* ,
on Friday at n a m. Rabbi Zwitman wul P^cVWIhe^rvicS
fuSPKiS BSJT^ 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderd.le.
wAK%T^bbtPSaa4b 'wTbe1 nTctt IT "V
"What Good Is Freedom When Y ,u Ilav '* Th'"' P"""ih ,n
begin at 5:30 p.m. in order to perm," bes of Th. JS Wl11
to observe their seder at home o, t h ('"nK'Ration
I Sunday morning, April 6 atT am a ccru'Tn^'dmn''''- n
take place at the Temple. "' 'l lal ''"'"-'en's Seder will
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTErToF HOLLYWnnn ^
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director MOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
conduct the services speakta/on "The^eaSirlli ?d K:,uf",i,n will
urday morning services, 10 a.m Second dgPo Pa8S0V*r" Sat-
6:30 p.m. Sunday school at 10^30 Passov services at
INCORPORATED
300 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-7664
u.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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A Happy Passover to All
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PHONE 48-1745 3217 S- W. 8th Street
------------------------------------------------- MIAMI, FLORIDA
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24-Hour Service
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PHONE 5-3411
To All a Most
HAPPY PASSOVER
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f
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SERVICE ENGRAVING GO.
PHOTO-ENGRAVERS
DESIGNERS ILLUSTRATORS
PHONE 3-2455
Herald Building
Plenty of Parking Space for Customers
It Is with Pleasure to
EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
JEWRY EVERYWHERE
y
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
GREETINGS .
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HIT I. ME!
ADDBAR HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH


jUPAY, APRILi^
REPORTS POST-WAR INCREASE
__________* tmisii Ifkrilm
PAGE SEVENTEEN
(Jewish
By BEATRICE HEIMAN
Telegraphic Agency Correspondent)
WASHINGTON (JTA)The final report of the Fair Employ-
nent Practices committee, just issued by^ the White House,
eports
"marked" post-war increase in employment discrimina-
ted, the report warns against
L-uptmn
of tensions in
against Jews.
Covering the period up to June 30. 1946, when the committee
ment of Jewish applicants, and
;aid as elsewhere that employers'
demands governed their action."
The Chicago Bureau of Jewish
Employment Problems especially
studied the extent of anti-Jewish
discrimination in the Chicago
area and reported "a sharp up-
ward trend in Chicago's loosen-
ing labor market."
An FEPC field report from
Minneapolis stated that "the ma-
jor problems in the field of hu-
man relations in Minneapolis are
not heavily reflected in Negro-
white relations, but are essenti-
ally of an anti-Semitic nature.
In 1945, anti-Semitic activities
broke out into the open there
were assaults on individual Jews
and particularly Jewish children
in the parks. Other evidences of
anti-Semitism were to be found
in the distribution of scurrilous
literature and in the expressions
of teachers in classrooms."
future
thL>y.did J mre
L, "0 American cities after the
World War." While noting
L aeed for local action, and
hanges in community attitudes,
fce report emphasizes the basic
eessity for "a strongly ex-
jssed and federally adminis-
Ered policy around which such
fctionand opinion may be orient-
and given sanction."
[The FEPC liberally uses ma-
Inal gathered in the employment
Ley nu.de in 15 cities by the
laiional Community Relations
jvisory council, and which cov-
._ approximately 80 per cent
the Jewish population of the
kuntrv. The three major con-
fusions of the study are cited as
1) There has been a marked rise
[discriminatory practices against
kws since V'-J day which is
kely to be further accelerated
I manpower shortages are eased.
(Discrimination against Jewish
ar veterans follows the same
^ttcin and occurs with the same
equency as against non-vet-
ans. 3. The amount of dis-
bmination in cities with strong
EPC's is fai lower than in other
ties and suggests that such leg-
Jation dors succeed in reducing
crimination."
St. Louis council of the
neriean Jewish Community Re-
ions council prepared a report
the FEPC which described
Iti-Jewish discrimination in the
Louis area as "less intense
for colored workers, but
ch more severe than discrimi-
t Catholics."
. similar study conducted for
(FEPC in Detroit by the Jew-
Community council revealed
at Jewish workers in the De-
area experience comparable
faculties in obtaining jobs. The
ny employment agency heads
erviewed admitted freely their
attitudes toward the place-
RICHTER'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
GREETINGS
For the
PASSOVER SEASON
IDA AUGUST
STUDIOS
Draperies Upholstering
1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024
GREETINGS
[MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Scybold Building
PHONE 3-7020
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
MERE THE ELITE MEET'
SHANGRI-LA
OPEN TILL 2 A.M.
15 N- E 3rd Avenue
Elks Club Building
j Authentic Chinese Dishes
JUNCHEONS DINNERS
r* Pul Up to Take Out
PHONE 2-2277
EMUS
and
[HENRY'S SERVICE
STATION
904 Filth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All
kc"lflr Customers
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RUSSELL'S TROPICAL
FRUIT JUICES. Inc.
Manufacturers of
TROPICAL FRUIT and
VEGETABLE JUICES
Fresh Fruit Concentrates
Fruit Syrups and Fruit Pulps
For Ice Cream Manufacturers
and Bottlers
1166 S. W. FIRST ST.
PHONE 9-3449
BRIDGES
TRANSFER CO.
All Kinds of Hauling
Courteous Service
1109 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4768
HEADS JWB CAMPING
DEPARTMENT
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WALTER A. FREDRICH'S
MARKET
680 N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 7-2377
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
RED ROAD LIQUOR STORE
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Greiff
2036 Red Road
SINCEREST PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building Phone 2-4958
Abe Bonder, who has just been
appointed camp consultant io
the Jewish Center Division of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. In this position he
heads JWB's camping depart-
ment, which provides technical
assistance to Jewish Centers
and other organizations which
operate or plan to sod up camps
for Jewish children.
To Our Many Friends
We Wish
A Most Happy Passover
Electrix Appliance
Repair Shop
2761 S. W. 27th Avenue
JEWELS SILVER
WORK OF ART
Furniture, Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1130 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Business Phone 58-1025
A. SCHORR, Representative
Residence Phone 2-2503
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE CO.
2330 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE 78-2702
SEASON'S GREETINGS
DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
1732-36 S. W. 8th Street phone 3-6717
Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Cakes and Sweet Rolls
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR PONTIAC
TRAIL PONTIAC. INC.
1305 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-4576
TO ALL...
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LIBERTY SQUARE
6306 N. W. 14th Ave.
GREETINGS
to our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. DREDGING
& CONSTRUCTION CO.
Postal Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
FLOOR FOR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI
sanding ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC.
2131 N. W. 51st St.
Phone 7-3544
SOUTHEASTERN
TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP GO.
28 S. W. 4th Street 3-0816
Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders
BEST WISHES FOR PASSOVER
BERKLEY LTD., INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shop"
836 LINCOLN ROAD
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7896
GREETINGS .
FINE WINES
IMPORTED LIQUORS
*
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309 N. W. 9th Avenue


_!
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
*Jmistncridiain_
raiDAY, APRi 4,
HEBREW UNIVERSITY LEADERS PLAN FIRST PALESTINE
MED SCHOOL ABOARD OF COVERHOU%^njH^\
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY SEASON
Dade Paper & Bag Co.
144 N. E. 21st Street
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS .
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 2-0887
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
16 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717
"PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS"
PALLAS
The Most Unique
Restaurant In
Cosmopolitan Miami
ATHENA
Open Daily from
11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M.
224 W. Flagler St
"
Educational and medical experts from both Hada*tah and
the Hebrew University converge in New York to further
$4,000,000 American fund-raining effort for Palestine Med-
ical School Hebrew University Board of Governors
meeting is held in New York from March 23-26. the first
time the Board of Governora haa ever met in the United
States. The visitor* will bo the guests of the Medical
School Campaign at dinner to be held in their honor
Wednesday, March 26. Among late visitors from Pairs-
tine are (top, left to right): Dr. Saul Adler, F.R.S., O.B.E,
Chairman of the Postgraduate Faculty of Medical Re-
search; Dr. Haim Yassky, Director of the Hadaisah Med-
ical Organization in Palestine; Dr. David W. Senator,
O.B.E., Administrator of the University; and (bottom) t
Dr. Bernhard Zondrk, head of the University'a Hormone
Research Laboratory; Sir Leon Simon, C.B., Chairman
of the Executive Council of the H.U.; and Dr. Michael
Fekete, Rector of the Univeriity.
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS .
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
NEW YORK
MEAT MARKET
619 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach

GREETINGS
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 15th Street
PHONE 5-1422
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS TO ALL
MORRIS KALER
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
BEST
WISHES TO ALL
*
nu
N.L2ndAVL
TO ALL...........A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanki Traps and Regulators
331 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Sired
Phone 4-2201 Phone 3-4860
NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
DUFFEY CONSTRUCTION CO., I
1452 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-4153
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
If You Are Going lo Sell
Your Car
SEEE US
For Highest Cash Dollar
ALFRED C. COURIC
745 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-1672
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
BILL BATTCOCK
Interiors Exteriors
529 N. E. 62nd Street
PHONE 78-1515
PIONEER
HOTEL
151 N. E. First Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-5734
EXCAVATING HAULING
Call 3-0306
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
224 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
Miami, Florida
C. A. 01
1837 S. W. 11TH TERRACE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EMPLOYERS
SERVICE
Miami s Leading Personnel
Service
Serving only better firms.
Office personnel. All types
hotel help. Industrial help.
CALL 3-0822
615 Seybold Building
SEASON' GREETINGS..
INCORPORATED
PLUMBERS
218 N. E. Sixth Street phone
241H


Lday^apRil
4, 1947
""Jewisti fhridHain
PAGE NINETEEN
.TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Muctey Confidential
(Copyright, 14, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
.ROADWAY GOSSIP
I Charlie Chaplin expect.ng to
looen his new picture in New
S before Passover Laura
IJ Hobson. author of the best-
I Piling "Gentleman's Agreement,
Ii that rare specimen-a writer
|!ho turns down all lecture dates
| Miss Hobson says that she s
hut' all she has to say in her
Ihook Eddie Cantor will bring
afew laughs to harassed Pales-
tine if he decides to make that
ItriD Mischa Elman and Leon-
lard Bernstein will participate in
the second annual International
Wic Festival at Prague, Czecho-
slovakia, May 8-28 Lieuten-
lants Pe'e and Dave Gimbel, sons
of Bernard Gimbel and Hank
iGreenbere's brothers-in-law, as-
Signed to Tokyo duty Jascha
iHeifetz and Artur Rubinstein are
featured in United Artists' "Car-
Inegie Hall"a film with some-
Ithing entirely new in sound pro-
duction Abe Burrows has
Iquit the writer's job with the
Dinah Shore radio show Jules
Jrtunshin, cx-GI comic sensation
Ifrom the "Call Me Mister" cast,
be opening his own radio
show this summer Zero Mos-
tel, zany nightclub comic, is a
painter by avocation Even
has his own studio .
SPORT NOTES
W. Edward ("Eddie") Robinson,
probable starting first baseman
for the Cleveland Indians, serves
as athletic director of the Beth
Tfiloh Community Center in Bal-
timore during the winter months
. Although he isn't Jewish him-
self, Eddie has won the respect
and affection of the center's mem-
bership and staff .
CZECHS ANNOUNCE
RESTITUTION LAW
PRAGUE (JTA).The Czecho-
slovakian Government this week
pledged that the restitution law
affecting political and religious
victims of fascism will not be
changed. The announcement fol-
lowed a meeting between repre-
sentatives of the Council of Jew-
ish Community councils and lead-
ing governmental figures and
heads of major political parties.
It is a pleasure to extend
lo all our Jewish Friends
and Patrons Sincere Wishes
for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
ROBBINS ROOFING
4 SHEET METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th Street
PHONE 2-3705
|T. W. Mills A- H. Becker
U!
lutomobile Painting
745 N. W. 54th Street
MIAMI
To Our Friends
And Acquaintances
A Most Happy Passover
"VANCE FOR VALUES"
CHESTER A. VANCE
REALTOR
216 Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4-0864
ii!
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UMBERTO .
HAIR FASHION
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MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-1040
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
CLARK R. PARKER
Distributor
"TOM'S TOASTED
PEANUTS"
Candies and
pawn Butter Sandwich*
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Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
Pan American Bank Bldg.
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MOONEY
IRON WORKS
Machine Shop
1299 N. W. 29th Street
PHONE 2-7583
PORTABLE EQUIPMENT
Acetylene and Electric
Welding
A. L. DAVIS, Jr.
WANTED
Information is being sought of
Louis Botwinick who disappeared
from his home in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
in April, 1944, and since then has
failed to communicate with or
contribute toward the support of
his wife and two minor children,
as a result of which they are at
the current time in dire need of
his financial assistance. Louis
Botwinick was born in Russia in
February, 1897, is five feet, eight
inches tall, weighs 180 pounds,
has black hair, brown eyes, mus-
tache. He is a plasterer by occu-
pation and is alleged to be resid-
ing in Florida at the present time.
Anyone aware of his location is
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau, 67
West 47th Street, New York 19,
N. Y.
!
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BEASLEY'S SHELL SERVICE
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
4394 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-9169
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UNITED KOSHER MARKET
NOW LOCATED
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FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th Street
WILLIAM R. MOSS
Real EstateRentals
Property Management
A COMPLETE REALTY
SERVICE
38 Years in Miami and
Over 22 Years Buying and
Selling Miami Properties
1560 S. W. First St.
Phone 2-3725
If It's a Buy. I Have the Buyer
GREETINGS
i
C. H. LYNE
Foundry and Machine
Company
(not inc.)
Established 1904
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
Phone 3-6481
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
SGAYNE
Engineering Co.
47 N. W. First Street
Telephones 3-4914 2-4535 Night Phone 5-2047
CITY PRODUCE COMPANY
JOBBERS TO JOBBERS
H. "HYMIE" SWERDLIN, Sales Manager
2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami 37, Florida
BEST WISHES ON PASSOVER
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY
1013 DuPont Building Phone 2-4033
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES___ 1263 Wost Edgier Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
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BROTHERHOOD WISHES
MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS FROM
OUR OWN CERTIFIED GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411
"Serving Greater Miami for Over a Quarter Century"
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RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO.
USED RESTAURANT
HOTEL
KITCHEN and
BAR EQUIPMENT
Bought Sold and Traded
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FROM .
LE LIAN KRUMM
BEAUTY SALON
For Everything Pertaining
To Beauty Work
216 Sty bold Building
PHONE 3-4141
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E.
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Company
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 3-5433-P. O. Box 1790
Miami 10. Florida
International Motor Trucks
Power Units. McCormick-
Deering Tractors
Farm Mwhintry
1119 N.E. FIRST AVENUE
PHONE 3-2887
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TRAIL REALTY CO.
2058 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-4061
REAL ESTATE
RALPH A. KENNEDY E. C. MULLEN
GREETINGS .
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ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc.
"TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9th Avenue, Miami. Florida Phone 9-1781
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
Represented by
R. J. WAINWRIGHT
610 American Bank Building Phona 2-0646
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
TRIANGLE FRUIT COMPANY
"JIM and LOU"
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
Washing and Polishing Lubrication Batteries Tires
Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery
71ST STREET SERVICE STATION
C. A. MacDONALD
SHELL SERVICE
337 71st Street Miami Beach Phones 6-91706-3747
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689
ALLIED BUILDERS, INC.
514 Washington Avenue
EXTEND SEASONS GREETINGS TO THEIR
MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Telephone 5-6791
BEST WISHES
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER .
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
(Not Incorporated)
U. S. TIRES DISTRIBUTORS
600 N. E. Firet Avenue Telephone 3-5308
2644 S. W. 8th Street phone 4_9529
MAY THE PASSOVER BRING
PEACE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
J.
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PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
208 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 3-3735
*<
Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
DIPLOMATIC NOTES:
The question of whether Brit-
ain will accept the recommenda-
tion* of the United Nations with
regard to Pal. sine is the main
issue now under discussion be-
tween Washington and London
The U. S. government wants
clarification on this question
since under the provisions of the
U. N. charter the mandatory
: power must fust agree to accept
j the decisions of th United Na-
I tions before surrendering its
'mandate Thus a situation
could develop whi i the U. N.
general assemblj might make
recommendations with regard to
Palestine which won hi be unac-
\ ceptable to Britain ... A similar
i situation e i when the
Anglo-American Committee on
, Palestine trade its recommenda-
! tions and Britain refused to ac-
cept them ... In seeking clarifi-
cation from Britain, the state de-
partment takes the attitude that
'or.ee the Palestine issue is
brought bel the United Na-
tions, the United States as a lead-
TO ALL .
BEST WISHES
111 CHAPPELL
Pan American Bank
Building
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Patrons
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH. Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41st St. Ph. 5-6441
iJ
V
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-3453
t>!
ing member will become involved
in it, possibly to a point which
would obligate the U. S. to as-
sume certain commitments .
Hence, it is imperative for it to
know beforehand what is on the
mind of the British government
in presenting the issue to the
U. N. and whether Britain will
consider the U. N. recommenda-
tions binding Zionist leader-
ship is now mobilizing its forces
to persuade the U. S. government
to present the Zionist case to the
general assembly since the Jews
themselves have no voice there
... It is generally assumed that
the U. S- has opened a new chap-
ter in its relations to Palestine
. During the past few years
public pronouncements by ad-
ministration leaders have favored
the policy of the Jewish National
Home, but diplomatic documents
and attitudes have indicated in-
difference or opposition to that
policy Recent events indi-
cate that our government is be-
ginning to adopt a single policy
for both domestic and foreign
consumption .

PALESTINE MISSION
The belief that, within two
generations, the Jews of the
United States and of Britain will
feel far more spiritual kinship
with their Gentile neighbors than
with the Jewish commonwealth
which may be established in
Palestine is expressed by Rich-
ard Crossman in his "Palestine
Mission," just published by
Harpers The former British
member of the Anglo-American
Committee on Palestine gives the
behind-the-scenes" story of the
work of the committee and de-
Beit Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Arenue
261 E. Flagler Street
GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
GREETINGS
EITHBITE
1145 N. E. 2nd Arenue
PHONE 2-9361
SEASONS GREETINGS
CoffeeAnd Nor.e Better
[LIU
RESTAURANT
"Where Friends Meet"
Home Cooking a Specialty
SPAGHETTI
Sincere
Greetings from .
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-2040
scribes how th, mi,ffik, ^
An advocate nf ^|
Crossman, a Labor partlli,l
parliament. ^ ^
hood of Palestine jCWr:e"al*
complished fact il.^9"*!
nt the
time, he rejects emDhrt,thlsa,
idea that any bu^JjH
y ,of the ,ews 0f ?'H
idea that any but a smai,
ty of the Jews oth?J "H
will become members nf fhH
ish Commonwealth l,H
heves that the Jewi* e H
Palestine will
Middle East
" a Part of.
federation. ^\
" in s
away from Us present'dc3.
whelmingly Arab bot-TL T
on the West .
two generation, tU^
am and America will h* LL
to the Jew, PaBJLH
of history and rellg,on,but0,ta
a common culture th
have mething of the J^
feelings or Jerusalem J
New Englanaer has for Loata
Crossn-.;,;-. ,, of lre
that after the first 100,000 Z
are admitted, an Me^\
Jewish Commonwealth, if estab-
lished, would be bound to m
duce a policy of highly selecth*
immigration Palestine Jem
he says, deper.ds primarily on |
quality of its recruiti and the
quality of its social order, not on
the mere quantity of immigrant
. Those who talk of an ixm'
diate movement of 600,000 Jen I
from Europe to Palestine disre-
gard altogether the effects ;n tie
Jewish National Home of sue-a
move, even though some may
want it in order to achieve J
Jewish majority, he argues...!
His conviction, therefore, is that 1
the bulk of the Jews whowishnj
leave countries like Rumania,
Poland and Hungary, should p
not to Palestine but west to tie
new world "liki their fathers be-
fore them" ... On the whole
Crossman is filled with forebod-
ings over the Jewish probka
outside of Palestine, especially ii
the eastern European countries...]
There, he says, the Jews have tl*|
bare choice of c:"hcr ceasing t|
live as Jews or of leaving their j
native lands ... The author pre-
dicts that if the present tendency
of dividing the world into I
Communist and anti-CommuniSj
bloc continues, the Jews of tie
dispersal will become increasing- j
ly insecure ... In an anti-Co* j
(Continued on Page 2h
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T
DONOVAN'S TAP
ROOM
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
"Between You and Me"
(Continued from Page 20)
miinist bloc, he points out, the
Kl.v Of ant.-Commun.sm
mmht very soon encourage anti-
S i! is... as it did in German*
b He warns that world Jewry
would bo submerged in a Rus-
ln-Anwrican conflict for world
mastery and comes to the con-
l-.on that the fate of world
Jewry and of the British Com-
monwealth alike are bound up
with the success or failure of the
United Nations "One World,"
neither Communist nor anti-
Communist, neither American
nor Russian, is the condition for
the survival of both the Jews and
Britain, he emphasizes .

MEN AND DEEDS
Henry Wallace is now a fre-
quent visitor to the Cafe Royal
0n Second avenue in New York,
the "seat" of Jewish writers and
artists Supreme Court Jus-
tice Felix Frankfurter believes
that a wife should censor her
husband's writings ... At a lec-
ture before the Bar Association
of New York he disclosed that
he has his wife "blue pencil all
my non-judicial writings" ,'An
exhibition of works by the fa-
mous Jewish painter Marc Cha-
gall in the Chicago Art Institute
attracted 161,392 visitors .
Sarah S. Smith, a member of the
editorial staff of The Day, New
York Yiddish daily, has sold a
play, written in collaboration
with her daughter, Lucille S.
Prumbs, to United States Pic-
tures The mother and daugh-
ter received quite a substantial
sum from the film company
which has engaged Lilli Palmer
to star in the picture which will
be entitled "Ever the Beginning"
. Marvin Lowenthal, the well-
known writer and lecturer, who
is now on a visit to Palestine,
sent me the following "true
story" from Jerusalem ... A mu-
sic teacher there, an English
Gentile, was among the English-
men who received orders from
the Palestine government to
evacuate ... He was indignant
' as he has lived in Jerusalem
since 1920, knows Hebrew per-
fectly and loves the land ... So
he sent an ultimatum to the High
Commissioner: "Either withdraw
my evacuation order, or I'll go
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
JUDGE
HENRY L. OPPENBORN
THE BLUE DERBY
On the Trail at 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-9315
DINING ROOM. COUNTER
and CURB SERVICE
FULL COURSE DINNER
BLUE PLATE
GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish
Friends
S. H. KRESS
5l0-25c STORE
12>Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
CANDY IN "SWEET LAND OF LIBERTY'
A HIAS (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society) aide
dishes out rock candy to Jean-Pierre, 3, and Victor, 17 months,
children of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hasson, who found refuge at
the HIAS shelter in New York after escaping death in Rome
because, with Mussolini gone, the trains didn't run on time.
The Hassons were deported from the Italian isle of Rhode,
with the rest of its Jews, and were bound for death in Ausch-
witz concentration camp. Before the Nazis could bring up
sufficient transport from Italy's heavily-bombed rolling stock
to herd the balance of the Rhode Jews off to Auschwitz, Italy
cast her lot with the Allies. The Hassons are tto Join Los
Angeler relatives.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
H. G. "Speed" CURRY SERVICE STATION
1900 S. W. 8th Street
"SUNOCO PRODUCTS"
Special Lubrication Service
Phone 2-1544
GREETINGS .
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French Benzol Cleaners & Laundry, Inc.
99 S. W. 7th Street Phone 2 5901
OUR SUB-AGENCIES COMPANY OWNED AND OPERATED
GREETINGS
DRAKE & DRAKE
Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service
3030 N. W. 8th Avenue Phone 2-5053
to the hospital and be circum-
cized" ... It happens that Low-
enthal knew the Englishman 22
years ago when they boarded at
the same pension in Jerusalem
. In those days he wore a big
black beard and looked like an
orthodox Jew When he rode
in a carriage on Sabbath, ortho-
dox Jews would order him to get
out and walk He'd answer in
good Hebrew: "But I'm a Gen-
tile." However, his reply did not
convince anybody ... He finally
had to choose either of two things
leave Palestine or shave off his
beard, and shave he did Now,
22 years later, he again had to
chooseeither to leave Palestine
or threaten the government that
he would become a Jew And
in Palestine he remained .
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FAMOUS NURSERY
COMPLETE NURSERY STOCK
3498 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-1018
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TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION GO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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PHONE 58-2749
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
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LINICK AUTO PARTS
5100 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-5133
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HOWARD SYRUP CO..
Inc.
Formerly
CURTIS ISLE PRODUCTS
Now Located
2428 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 48-2116
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GILPIN'S
CAMERA STORE
Photographic Supplies and
Accessories for the
Amateur and Professional
(Opposite Huntington Bldg.)
159 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-0463
GREETINGS
c&w
339 N. E. First Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
i
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH

SEASON'S GREETINGS
LB.
&
1312-19 CONGRESS BUILDING
Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
I.
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305 Coral Way Phone 4-5234
CORAL GABLES
TO ALL GREETINGS
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AMERICAN JEWRY
CULTURE IN EUROPE THROUGH J. B.C.
By RABBI LEO JUNG
(Copyright, 1947. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
First targets in Nazism's war against the Jews were the re-
ligious and cultural institutions, the Jewish communal centers
and ritual services which flourished throughout Europe. Syna-
gogues were burned, cemeteries desecrated. Jewish schools
destroyed by Hitler's armies. Rebuilding these installations, re-
storing the cultural and religious tradition of Israel, is a perma-
nent task on the Continent.
Among the most important aspects of the J.D.C.'s extensive
religious and cultural program in Europe is the vast Passover
program. Last year the J.D.C. provided more than 2,000,000
pounds of matzoth. matzoth meal. ,. ... ... t-_i.i. rom-
operation with local Jewisn iom-
winc and other Passover foods to
Jews celebrating their first Pass-
over since liberation. The first
baking of matzoth in Berlin since
Hitler's rise to power was ar-
ranged and paid for by the JDC
as Jews marked both their deliv-
erance from Nazism and the de-
liverance of their ancestors from
Egypt centuries before.
This year JDC tripled its 1946
Passover program. Nearly 4.500.-
munities throughout Europe. In
France. sp< ints Wl'!V niade
C insistoire Central for re-
building religious institutions
which had been almost complete-
ly destroyed during the occupa-
tion. In Belgium, allocations
were made for the repair and
maintenance of eleven syna-
gogues, three ritual baths and
four Talmud Torahs. In the
portions of the
000 pounds of Passover supplies JDC budget were devoted to the
were shipped by the JDC from the furtherance of religious ins!
United States alone to a dozen .
countries in Europe, to Jews in In Eastern Europe, where there
North Africa, the Middle East ar.d has beon an almost complete ob-
as far off as Shanghai. China.
Last year. JDC overseas I
sentatives reported from all over
[iteration of Jewish religious and
immunal life, the JDC has been
of major support in rebuilding
the continent that the matzoth eligious life. In Hungary, aid
were received fresh and unbroken was given to re-establish svna-
(thanks to careful and spec:... gues and Yeshivoth in 250 com-
packag:ng> and in g d time for mUnities: a teachers' college and
: .: pre-hohday distribution. | the Budapest Rabbinical semi-
A summary of JDC Pass nary were re-established with
shipments reveals that 3.500.000; JDC funds. The oldest and most
pounds of matz th were shipped: famous synagogue in all Hungary
to Europe along with more than the Central Synagogue of Buda-
1 nno.000 pounds of matzoth meal, j! pesthas been completely rc-
T i Germany. JDC stupped an ad- built with the help of JDC grants.
ditional 100.000 pounds of maca-1In Rumania, particularly in north-
roons for distribution among Jew- ern Transylvania, JDC g.
ish displaced persona in thi ssisted 71 communities to re-
camps and centers, in addition ti their relij us institutions.
i.OOO pounds of matzoth and I In Czechoslovakia substantial help'
245.000 pounds of matzoth meal. | was provided for communal re- '
construction. In Poland some 20
per cent of the total budget was
to rebuild communal life.
In the displaced persons camps
in the American zones of Ger-
mans- and Austria, the JDC spe-
cial religious department has in-
augurated extensive programs ol
religioiU activities in cooperation
with the U. S. Army and UNRKA.
waa made for the ob-
servance of all holy days. Ritual
slaughter was introduced in sev-
eral cities of Germany. Through-
out the U. S. and British zones
JDC support goes to a network
of Jewish schools. JDC funds
and arrangements made possible
the first printing of Hebrew
prayer books in Germany in over
a decade. In Italy, the JDC made
ntial allocations to the Rab-
binical College of Rome, the
iva Maar Hagolah and to the
n of Jewish Communities.
: canteens were supported
in twelve localities and special
grants for the high holidays were
made to displaced Jews in the
camps and JDC Hachsharoth.
Throughout North Africa and
the Middle East. JDC financial aid
to the Alliance Israelite helped
maintain 40.955 Jewish students
in 116 schools.
One of the least known but most
important aspects of the JDC's
am of rebuilding Jewish
cultural life overseas lies in the
committee's extensive support of
J wish schools and institutions
in Palestine. The JDC appropri-
ated over $400,000 for educational
and religious work in Palestine
This was supplemented by a
great shipment of 800 tons ol
which m milled into
:' ver flour and made into
- itzoth by the Rumani
To Hungary, the
JDC sent 800.000 pounds of mat-
zoth and meal, to Poland 440.000.
M : cover, local baking of mat-
in E pe was again sup-
ported by the JDC: in Germany
alone, the JDC paid for the bak-
ing of 850.000 pounds. In other
areas local purchases by JDC
supplemented its shipping pro-
gram from the United States.
JDC activities in the rebuild-
ing of Jewish communal life has
seen the repair, restoration and
support of synagogues, cemeter-
ies, ritual baths. Talmud Torahs
and Jewish schools in close co-
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Hurst Drilling &
Equipment Company
1429 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 9-4776
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 NT W. 5th Ave. 2-4072
Extends
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Mrs.
V. C. PLUMMER
T
GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
Woman's Club Building
1737 N. Bayshore Drive
Studios:
Miami Beach, Shenandoah
PHONE 2-5835
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE STEINS
SOL
MARGERY ANN
THE LONDON SHOP
SINCERE WISHES
for
PASSOVER
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SPORTSWEAR FOR
WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-1916
.....i|
EDWARD'S
Service Station
MECHANICAL REPAIRS
CAR PAINTING
TIRE RECAPPING
BATTERY SERVICE
1380 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 9-2731
GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
last year, including support of
56 Yeshivoth with 3.700 students;
the support of more then 750
refugee rabbis and their families;
the allocation of special funds for
the educational activities of six
central organizations in Pales-
tine, including the Agudath Is-
rael. Poale Agudath Israel, Ha-
poel Hamizrachi (General Fed-
eration of Jewish Labor). In
Palestine too JDC funds were
granted for research work in
Talmudic history and religious
law of the Encyclopedia Response
and the Shaas and Encyclopedia,
among others. Thirty Yeshivoth
were also aided through the JDC
Yeshivoth feeding project
Palestine also was the scene of
large purchases of religious sup-
plies by the JDC for shipment to
other areas of Europe. In the
last four months of 1946. the JDC
purchased and shipped 11,000
taleisim. 6.000 tefillim, 6.000 skull
caps and 10.000 tsitsus, which
were sent to Germany and other
countries. This has been aug-
mented by prcriuctiorTl^r""
of 5,000 taleisim and ^
prayer books under the 7?
of the jDc P,us exte;;^.
chases in the United ftfe
A special JDC drive in i.
United States brought
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which 227 have already ?
paired and shipped abroad
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Palestine and the suppoVr?;
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$2,100,000. To thi, will be aiS
arge .portion, of JDC ^
to the various countries of Eu
rope for the repair and rebuild!
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101 IS BORN IN JUDEAN HILLS
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
By MARVIN LOWENTHAL
(Copyright, 1947, Jwlh Ttltgraphic Agency,
Inc.)
i, now
porti
Marvin Lowtnthal, wall-known American author,
n this article he re.
(EDlTOrtjS^NOTE^ ^ ^
"n dramatic fathion th birth of a new Kibbutz in the Judean Hills.)
TEL AVIV.
As I sat at my desk, I received a phone call from the J.N.F.
in Jerusalem. H I could catch a taxi to the Holy Citythe last
ne leaves at 5 p.m.I should be able to see something very
interesting at 5 a.m. the next morning. What? My informant
refused to tell me on the phone.
I always keep my briefcase packed ready to go anywhere.
So in 10 minutes I had called off a number of engagements
and reached the bus station and wedged myself in the taxi be-
tween two bearded elders of the Agudas Israel or maybe of
jochanan Ben Zakkai's original
cademy at Jabneh My inform-
ant was to contact me at 8:00
p m. at the Hotel Eden.
At 6:15 I was in Jerusalem. At
800 1 dined with my informant
and learned that before dawn a
new settlement or "point" was to
be established by the Hashomer
Hazair not far from Jerusalem,
and we were to join the settlers
in the famous operation of "build_
ing in a day," which Koestler de-
scribes in his novel, "Thieves in
the Night."

Next I called and arranged for
a bed. Things were very crowded
on account of so many homes be-
ing taken over by the British.
Then I walked about the British
"concentration camp" in the Re-
havia quarters, where the soldiers
have evicted over 1,000 persons
from the finest houses, installed
themselves and government offi-
cials, none of whom can leave
their homes without an armed
escort, and all of whom have to
remain inside the barbed wire
after nightfall. As I walked the
dark streets past the sentries I
was fearful lest someonea child
maybewould say "boo." For ob-
viously the British tommies may
one day take fright at the mere
sound of "boo" and begin shoot-
ing at randomas they did once
near a house in Tel Aviv when, as
we were taking tea, they got it
into their heads to shoot at every
lighted window. Anyhow, I walk-
ed on and never said "boo."
I walked to the Palestine In-
formation Office and sat about
till nearly midnight, listening to
the reaction of the newspaper
boys to the death verdict given
the three boys caught with whips.
It was interesting to see a con-
sensus of the press being formed,
over whiskey, bacon, and eggs.
They all agreed that the verdict
was meant as a "provocation" in
the hope that the Irgun would go
into action and that the army
could smash the Jewish commu-
nity, beginning with the economic
strangulation of Tel Aviv.
*
At 4:30 a. m. I was up and
dressed and called for. Our party
consisted of four cars which
gathered at the Agency. In an-
other car was Homer Bigart, of
the New York Herald Tribune,
the only other press man. The
morning star shone brilliantly in
the still black eastern sky. It
shone over the Agency, and as
we drove southward, it shone
over Bethlehem and further
south, when we left the main
road, and climbed up and down
a newly made track in the Judean
mountains, it shone over a waste
of stones that was to be a new
center of life in the old land.
The first car carried a half
dozen sturdy lads of the Hash-
omer Hazair, and the last car an-
other such escort. It was "cu-
riouser and curiouser" to think
that you could not take two steps
in the finest quarter of Jerusalem
without the risk of being chal-
lenged or maybe shot at; but you
could roam the roads of Palestine
at night without being seen or
molested. The commander of the
airborne division, the so-called
"Redcaps," must surely be the
Mad Hatter himself.
BIOGRAPHICAL FOOTNOTE
On the first anniversary of the
death of the immortal Jewish
composer Bela Bartok, Erno Ba
logh, noted composer and con-
cert pianist, recalled Bartok's
stirring fight for life For two
years after he had contracted the
leucemia that claimed his life,
Bartok was aided in hl struggle
by ASCAP Although he was
a non-member, ASCAP provided
the composer with the foremost
physicians in their fields All
seven of these medics were Jews:
Dr. Israel Rappaport, diagnosti-
cian; Dr. Edgar Mayar, lung spe-
cialist; Dr. Nathan Rosenthal, Mt.
Sinai blood specialist; Dr. Sala-
mon Feinman, roentgentologist;
Prof. Emanuel Friedman, neurol-
ogist; Prof. Herman Elcoyn, eye
specialist; and Dr. Frederik Reiss,
dermatologist During these
two years Bartok produced his
four greatest compositions .
(Continued on Page 24)
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
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A TOM IS BORN IN JUDEAN HILLS
(Continued from Page 23)
At 5:15 a. m. we were on the
spotthe new "point." It is near
a Mizrachi Kibbutz which I vis-
ited a few weeks ago. Nearby are
two other Mizrachi "points" only
recently occupied. Now their an-
tipodes, the Hashomer Hazair,
were moving into the region. We
dismounted in a rocky field.
Ahead of us were a dozen trucks
drawn up for unloading. They
had set out from Bernzera, a
Kibbutz near Kennereth, and had
arrived at 2:30 a.m.
A moment later the boys and
girls went into action. They were
grouped in gangs, each prepared
to do a predetermined task. The
trucks, too, were disposed ac-
cording to ^jlan. The dirt began
to flyliterally. Shallow trenches
were dug to hold the cinder
blocks, foundation stones for the
barracks. The girls filled sand-
bags with dirt, for parapets
against possible Arab attack. Tri-
angular roof-beams and cross-
ties were unloaded, and pre-made
flooring and roofing. A water-
tower went up: along with it a
W. C. and showers built in sec-
tions. Other gangs sank iron
posts and laid out a barbed wire
fence around the living quarters. ,
Two lads signalled with (1
lights to a settlement on the next
h:ll and the message was relayed
to Jerusalem. Girls marched by
with suitcases and other hand-
aggage as though they were
walking into a hotel. This busi-
ness oi carrying one's suitcase to
m that is : oi even built car.
be considered symbolic. To one
big tenl went up shaking I
and flapping. It was their first
dining and social hall.
The whole operation proceeded
as steadily as the setting up of
a circus out at Murphy's Grove
when I was a boy, and stood
around hoping to help water the
elephants. All the whole morning
starit was Venusshone over-
head, shining to cheer on Jews
reoccupying their own land. The
settlement had as yet no name. I
thought it should be called Morn-
ing Star, but I learned later thai
another Kibbutz had taken this
name, no doubt for the same rea-
son.
As daylight stole over the
scene, ihe builders relaxed, stroll_
ed and ran about, and began to
be a bit merry. It was no loi
a circus gang putting up a big
tent, but a crowd of campers from
a co educational college. The
young people who were come
"here not to camp but to build
their homes and life and wring
their bread from these rocks
numbered 40their average age
was 19 to 20. About one-half were
girls, Almost all of them were
born in Palestine, and most of
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settlements. Likewise about a
dozen American students. And
here and there stood armed men
from the Temporary Palestine
Police" and secretly armed Ha-
: ganah. No Arab, however, show-
ed up.
After daybreak I strolled about
' and talked with several of the
youths. The corner of my <>H'
caught a Mizrachi helper. He had
been digging a ditch for the cin-
der blocks. Suddenly he stopped,
put on a talith, wound the phy-
lacU ries around his brow and his
arm. and began his morning pray-
ers.
I went down the field to where
the hill began to drop. Below me
u:r,,t valleys and far off
30 miles away or moreI saw
the Mediterranean. If they can
do nothing else, these new set-
tlers can try canning scenery and
selling it around the world
they'll not run out of raw ma-
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ple could ever stop prophesying
or writing psalms in such sur-
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Elon and thence to Jerusalem. A
pity they were not left in peace,
these people, and allowed to wig-
wag messages as they once did
from a tent in Hebron just over
the hill and from a stable in
Bethlehem (just behind us).
On the way back to the main
show I encountered a thickly
bearded man of about 30. He was
just putting away his talith. He
turned out to be an American:
fought at Okinawa, left the navy
as a chief engineer, now studying
at Jerusalem and intends return-
ing home to become a rabbi. It
was he who was superintending
the erection of the barbed wire
f< nee that encircled the settle-
ment.

We left at 8:30 a. m. after many
fervent shalorns. By night, I am
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ASSOVER-DAVID UNO THE AFIKOMEN
- year-old David Rabinowitz expects to win an oranqe
fndina the Afikomen this week. Little David, who lives now
h'his mother and father, former Dachau inmates, in a dis-
Jd persons center near Frankfort, hasn't been sleeping well
since he found out about it last month. His mother is a
sorry that she told him about it.
"But who could resist such a temptation?" she asked a wel-
e worker at the camp.
"For a child to get an orange for himself, and on Passover
is wunderbar. It will be the second time in his life he has
U'one- I wanted to give him Qf ^ ^ ^ ^
, additional joy of looking tor ^.^ thejr ^^ ^^ ^ ^.^
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
Brd to it-
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in case Mrs.
Mnowitz gets to see The Jew-
Floridian at the DP camp
fcn inform her that there'll be
further sui prise coming up for
ivid.
[Little David will begin getting
anges regularly from now- on-.
won't get many, of course,
|t until enough oranges for the
i surviving Jewish children
Surope have been provided. .
But the orange he does net will
lip to show I it tie David that he
Id his family aren't altogether
be in the world. Possibly the
Enge may help make the dif-
fence between David growing
into a healthy, young man
a frightened, insecure, emo-
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horn childhood was a time of
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H'hcn David does grow up and
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hnstothem. It meant not only
essentials of life, food and
bent surroundings and a mini-
kin uf recreation, but all the
berthings which transform bare
pstence into a worthwhile pat-
of living; a chance to work
I become al least partially self-
pporting. I'm him; and for
vid's mother, a chance to for-
the horrors she's witnessed
.1 Jewish mother.
(his Passover, there will be
tons and ;,ll the traditional
I- I thi Passover season,
sacramental wine, and a
Jbi will conduct the commu-
Seder services. Next year,
haps, they'll have a home of
Jir own. Mrs. Rabinowitz will
plunking
Europe, in other DP
lers, in homes and orphan-
land training centers, in Pai-
ne, in the settlements and in
leities, anil right here in the
[ted States, the Passover lights
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next year, maybe, they'll be in
their own homes, or enroute there
at least, and next year, they'll be
able to invite guests instead of
always being the invited ones
themselves.
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1. Hundreds of thousands of
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with the necessities of life.
2. Approximately 45,000 Jews
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Of these. 20,000 entered Pales-
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crucial year of 1947 are far
greater. For in the midst of the
achievements of American Jewry,
new crises arose to challenge the
existence of the Jews of Europe,
The impending liquidation of
UNRRA will bring new hardships
to many of the surviving Jews of
Europe. The bulk of European
Jewry still has less food in an
entire day than Americans have
in a single meal. Malnutrition
is so acute that 12-year-old chil-
dren look like children of six.
Relief alone is not enough.
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"Why is this year different from
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"Because for the first time we
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By A P. GANNES
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community.)
(Second of a ser.es of articles on the problems in Our
II FACILITIES AND EQl'H'MENT
We haw seen that there are approximately 1.700 children en-
,,,,,, u, our Jewish schools. Tins is quite a substan .al number
and is in stop with the rapid growth of the commumty. Blut m
a number of questions: Do we have thi
of such a large number? Do we have
have the proper educational equip-
n ,1 staff? Do we have
and
nd n my other questions

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crease in numbers i
wherewithal to take care
adequate facilities?' I'" wi
ment? Do wo have a suffi
schools where we need them?
must he asked in order to see our overall educational Picture.
We shall limit this article to a discussion of location, facilities
and equipment.
Location of Si hooh .
On tl i B ich the sch i ils are located well- in south, central and
n.uth Beach, : y n ich, and a study of the schools indi-
e "neigh! ols.
In Miami the situation is quite different The Jews are scat-
lere(i tnr unity entration of more than
. :. Cent in the Southwest. Southwest can-
not ,.lk,, study shews that two-thirds of
Beth David's children enl I Israel's children
in the Southwest. The problem of the Southwest will be
largely solved with the consl pctioi f Bel David in the Coral Way
it t it will have a school of 600
nts. This, h another | the North-
w,. estimate thai tl Jewish children of school
age in the Northwest and outside of Beth David, which is the down-
town area, there are no I foi Hebrew school or Sunday
!. The Jewish p >puli I ng in the areaand meas-
..., s u h v.. to be ta';. n to .' ish children with Hebrew
1 as well as Sunday seh'
The Miami Hebrew school is n ted too close to the Miami
Jewish Orthod x I' i tion. If th< need for another
1 in the Southwest it si e to an existing school.
the M mi Hebrew school should build
the school is most neededin the outlying Southwest area,
pie Israel, located in the N theasl n I a "neighborhood
1"but will become so when the Jewish population in the
ily will. At present. Temple
Israel nduct cla (ruction during the
With the inc Nortl t, the problem
will have to be s ilvi d in s ime way. We are of the opinion that the
Coral Gabl Center will attract the neighborhood children
and will grow 1 hool of 1 within one year.
Facili! i
The min nts of a pi equipped school should
ill.: equate lightii pai ious halls: a large
bly hall with I nd piano; blackboards; children's desks;
an arts and crafts hool office; a library;
a recri ten i *n; audeo-visual aid equip-
ment.
The our H 1 are barely adequate at
Were w< our fat.'.-; f >r those attending
Sundays, we would find them totally in We have "man-
Childri n I wded into patios, into
Is; into rooms
without doors, and evi n inl
No one is to blame 1 The COMMUNITY
was not PREPARED for this Ui. The situation
in the Jewish school ss not an; the public school
system which has inadequ iti
We are painting the ler to impress upon
our read* perative 'in ot ler to carry
on an effective educational | The analysis is posed in
order to stimulate i t thinkii part of our Jewish leaders
with the fervent 1 for buiklin.es and improve-
ment in onand thai they will
be constructed with an eye to the ful ure. it would not surprise us
at all if the 1947-18 tration of 2.000.
What then" S ,n, Snal, we
crowd 40 child Some of our in I ns have m i. progress. The institution
that comes nearesl to fulfill ents of a well equipped
school is Temple I ,lom; Temple Israel comes next: Beth
David has ma improvements.
The solution to the problem i I ,.,. all know, will come
new buildings that will :. tructed. Yet it is our
thought that we cannot wait until then. It is definitely possible to
make improvements now. The others should follow the example of
th,. above mentioned institutions. We wish to make the following
constructive suggestions:
1. Wherever possible buildings should be painted
Lighting should be adequate. Fluorescent lighting should be
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5. Doors should be put on wherever necessary
G. In the case where there isn't adequate room for the pupils
arrangements should be made to use the PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SUNDAY MORNING. av-HOOLS
on a
7. Kindergarten equipment should be bought: desks, tables etc
Why are we stress,,,, facilities and equipment so much? por a
three-fold reason:
1. To make room for an expanded registration and program,
cation m' "* lmPrtance "' ential tools for edu-
3 In education, the physical environment in which the process
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!JEWISH WIT AND HUMOR DELIGHTS
*'JmMh FhrkHan
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
By DR. M. A. LIPK1ND
this syndicated article
The author of this syndicated article is a Miami Beach resident.
Lipkind has written extensively on Zionist topics and many of his
appeared in these columns.
Or.
articles have
Wit and humor is one of the inherent qualities of the Jew-
"f unity with his God which bor-
ders on the humorous side.
The Jew appeals to God in a
familiar way: "Dear God, help
me; Thou hast pity on total
Or when a Jew cannot stand
anymore his afflictions he speaks
to God with holy impudence:
God! You arc trying your
ish people. This characteristic helped the Jew to maintain his' besT'l^honlrTf:'"' J
slfinthe long years of the bitter Galut. This sense of humot Sew, l^vL^L^l
served him as a defense mechanism against humiliations and
outrages caused by a hostile world. Jewish wit and humor is as
old as the Jewish people. Some claim that Jewish wit is the
foundation of all wit in general. There is no doubt that it has en-
riched the literature of the world.
In general, Jewish wit is identified by its sophistry, its sharp
sarcasm or cutting irony, and as a rule it contains a philosophi-
cal observation and reaches deep -..,,,,.
' The Jew has the The Talmud says: "At Purim
one is obliged to drink so much
into the sou-
ability to make fun of himself,
and at any occasion however op-
pressive, the Jew is the only kind
of person who seems to laugh
I with tears in his eyes.
During the centuries of exile
the Jew has absorbed and was in-
fluenced by the culture and way
of life of the people among whom
he sojourned. As there is nothing
more contagious than humor, the
Jew has as well adopted a great
deal of the non-Jewish wit and
humor and in a Judaizcd form it
may be considered as part of our
I own folklore.
Those who insist that Jewish
I humor is distinctive and not con-
taminated can point only to the
witticism, jokes and anecdotes
which depend entirely on Hebrew
lor Yiddish assonance, expression
or phraseology; and humor hav-
I ing the indelible stamp of Jewish
[traditional customs, beliefs, talcs
[and sayings.
It may be stated that there is
lone basic recipe for universal
[humor, but every nation seasons
I its humor to suit its taste; the
| Jew takes his humor well sea-
soned and frequently.
The first seeds of humor arc
| found in the Bible; it grew and
[developed in the Talmud and
iMidrash; it assumes a definite
[form in the Hebrew literature of
[the Middle Ages. From among
I the countless gems of wit and
I humor which is found in the
I Bible one can cite the following
|examples:
Elijah mocked the prophets of
[Baal and said: "Cry aloud, for he
I is God. cither he is talking, or he
I is occupied, or he is on a journey
lor peradventure he sleeps and
[must be awakened."
Isaiah ridicules the makers of
I graven images: "A carpenter
[fashions a God from a wooden
I board and from the remainder of
I the wood he kindles a fire and
I bakes his bread."
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"Went and General Mgr.
that he can no longer tell the dif-
ference between cursed by Ha-
man and blessed by Mordecai."
"If thou wilt hang thyself, do
it on a high tree."
"The milk of black goats is the
same as that of white goats."
"Only small change rattles in
the pocket."
In the early period of Jewish
history, wit and humor, like cul-
ture, was the heritage of the
spiritual aristocracythe proph-
ets, scholars, and poets. Later in
the Middle Ages, appeared many
humorists from the plain people.
They created humor from their
own life experience.
The free development of the
Jewish wit and humor begins
among the east European Jews
in the middle of the 18th century
with the appearance of Hassid-
ism. In this humor is preserved
the true Jewish essence in an un-
adulterated form. They produced
humorists whose witty sayings
and humorous stories passed from
generation to generation enrich-
ing the treasury of Jewish folk-
lore. However, the eastern Euro-
pean Jew had something else be-
sides humor to sustain him; he
had a strong faith and a feeling
trouble you cause me will not
Change my mind; I was born a
Jew and will remain a Jew."
Or listen to the Hassidic Rabbi
argue with God: "Great Cod
You send the Messiah to redeem
them, not until they report. I
swear to You by my beard and
side locks, that they will nevei
repent, so please hurry and send
the redeemer.
HELM STORIES
The humorous stories of the
Wise Men of Helm, or as they are
called in Yiddish, "The Helmcr
N'aronmi." are very popular. Al-
though they have parallels in the
world literature, the Jewish ver-
sions have the advantage of deep-
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When the beadle of Helm was
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no longer had the strength to
make the rounds at night in order
to knock on the shutters to wake
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able to knock on them in one
place and save him foot-work.
A Helmite was asked: "If you
would find a million dollars
would you return it to the own-
ei'.'" After deep thought he re-
plied: "If the loser would be a
Rothschild I might not be able to
stand the temptation and may
(Continued on Page 28)
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JEWISH WIT AND HUMOR DELIGHTS
(Continued from Page 27)
keep it; but if the loser would be
our poor Rabbi, I would return
it immediately, every cent of it."
Jews were discussing whether
or not smoking is injurious to
health and shortens life. One said
he believes that it does not. "My
father was a heavy smoker all
his life and lived to the ape of
80." A Heimite substantiated the
man's opinion with this evidence:
"I had a brother who never
smoked in his life and died at
the age of nine months."
However, the medical profes-
sion insisted that smoking does
shorten life. A professor lecturing
on the evils of smoking was asked
by a student: 'How come that my
grandfather smoked all his life
and is 80 years old?" "Wait," re-
plied his professor, "it will get
him yet."
One of the most charming
Helm stories is the following:
The Helmites convened in the
synagogue and discoursed for
seven days and seven nights the
problem of how to illuminate the
streets on dark nights preceding
the full moon. Finally they de-
vised a brilliant trick: when it
was full moon they placed in the
market place a barrel full of
water and captured the moon
They covered it with sheets, tied
them around the barrel with
strong ropes, sealed the knots
with the seal of the Rabbi. When
the end of the month
around and the night became
dark, they gathered in the market
place to take the moon out to il-
luminate the streets. They be-
came terror-stricken: the moon
was missing. "The moon has been
stolon." they lamented. "Wl
pity, we should have had enough
i to put a night watchman
over the barrel."
Jewish jokes which refer to
sexual life are In general free
from the cynicism of the si
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motherhood. She was pressed to
tell who was the cause of her
downfall. She maintained that
the Rabbi was the guilty one. She
was taken to the Rabbi who said
to her: "I don't recall ever seeing
you before." "N< ither have I seen
you before." admitted the girl.
-but you have given to my mis-
tress blessed water for her steril-
ity and I have foolishly drunk
some of it." "But my dear child,
there must be the co-opetation.ol
a male." said the Rabbi. "Oh,
that." was the reply "There are
plenty of males in this town."
A young man became engaged
to a girl from a I : hood
town A f: iend congratulated him
and inquired who was the lucky
girl. On being told, the :
claimed: "My friend I t girl has
a very shady reputation: the
whole male population has had
affairs with her" The young man:
ran to the Shadchan and cried:
"Gazlan, what have you done to
me!" and then be what
he was told. "Oh. nonsense' How
many men are tin re all told in
that i town?"
A Jew guilty of having a love
affair with a married womana
crime for which it is believed.
small children die night
before the Rabbi who gave the
lothario a strong lecture. The sin-
epi :.' ml promised not to
do il again On his way home.
children ran after him and called
him uncomplimentary n a m e s
The man exclaimed: "Kids, if you
know what is good for you, shut
up! If you don't, so help me, I
am going at once to her h mse,
and on the morrow you are dead
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Two Hassidim fell guilty of a
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What do you hke best'......A good
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the reply. "And what do you like
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Jewisti fhrldian
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
0

The lear of the Lord is the beginning oj wisdom.Psalm CXI:10
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation
In I lu' past the Jew conceived
of religious education as the most
!'.., ,.,1 f human activities, and
jn the present education is cer-
tainly the most vital.
Within a few years, our youth
uill be men and women. If, in
their case, the battle for Judaism
|S |0st during their school life,
what hope have we to keep them
within the ranks of Israel, loyal
and true in the days to come?
The religious factor in education
is the strongest- of all motives
that make for self-control and
character. The weal and woe of
our children thus depends upon
the religious education with which
they start on the journey of life.
It is therefore the duty of every
Jewish father and mother to
understand at least the foundation
of Jewish education as well as
the aim towards which we are to
train our children in the right
path.
One brief verse of the psalmist,
restated in various forms byhc
biblical sages, wonderfully ex-
presses the foundation of Jewish
education, "Reshis chochmoh
yiras hasheimThe fear of the
Lord is the beginning of wis-
dom."
Jews of yesterday believed in
the scriptural words "Tov lagcrki
yisor ol binorovIt is good for
a man that he bear the yoke in
his youth." It also indicates the
basic principle of Jewish educa-
tion. The one Hebrew word
Chinuchmay indeed be said to
contain the whole Jewish philos-
ophy of education. The goal in
the training of youth, it declares,
is not the acquisition of skill,
power or wealth. These things
may be jjood in their place but
they are not the primary ends
either of education or in life. The
primary aid of Jewkh education
is tin consecration of the Jewish
child to Judaism, and his prepa-
ration for a life of beneficence
for Israel and humanity.
The Jew of yesterday placed
'Talmud Torah" k'enged. His
dearest and most dominant de-
nre was to transmit to his chil-
dren after him the spiritual won-
ders of Judaism, so that they ever
"d live the Jewish life and
rejoice in their full Jewish heri-
tage.
What is this full Jewish heri-
tage? What are these full spirit-
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Appliances
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ual possessions to which every
Jewish child by virtue of his or
her birth is entitled? To my
mind, there are at least four such
possessions, and only when the
child has acquired all these has
he the possibility of acquiring
complete Judaism uiven to him.
The four possessions are Jew-
ish education. Hebrew language,
Sacred scripture and Jewish his-
tory.
Yes, my friends, the Jew of
old understood and acted accord-
ingly. Some of you may remem-
ber that in the old world Jews,
the day after Passover a new
Z'man began. It was the season
for every father and mother hast-
ened to make arrangements with
the teacher for the instruction of
the children. One Z'man was
from Succoth to Pesach and the
second Z'man was Pesach to Suc-
coth. There was thus no break
in the continuity of Jewish learn-
ing.
Times have changed. The Jew
takes note of seasons now as he
did in other days, but these sea-
sons are not marked by the Jew-
ish Holy days, nor are the oc-
casions for beginning or continu-
ing the instruction of the children
in Jewish law. There is the base-
ball season; there is the football
season; there is the fishing sea-
son, and. of course, there are va-
cations, both in summer and in
winter.
In former days it was not neces-
sary to remind the Jewish father
or the Jewish mother to send a
child to eheder. Now they have
to be coaxed into doing that. The
son is overloaded in public school
and anyhow it is a long time yet
until his Bar Mitzvah. I'll let
him join the Bar Mitzvah class
later on. I don't want him to be
a "Rav." The daughter has too
many other things to do, she can
not afford to miss her piano les-
sons and anyway she won't be a
rebbetzin.
Under such conditions, by rea-
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son of these altered circumstances
it is urgent that again and again
the father and mother should be
instilled with a sense of dui
which should arouse in them the
spirit of responsibility toward
their children in respect to giving
them a Jewish training. Sending
a child to eheder in former days
was quite a ceremony, a sort of
meat occasion. Going to school
fur the first time was associated
with a glory that is never ex-
perienced again.
But what of today? Jewish
parents are fostering ignorance;
they are perpetrating unJewish-
ness, even anti-Jewishness. We
are bringing up a generation of
men and women who, in time,
may hate and despise everything
that is Jewish.
The doors of our schools are
wide open today more than ever
before. Jewish parents should
crowd these Hebrew schools en-
rolling their children for Jewish
instruction. We arc anxious to
instruct. Give us these children.
Rich though we be in material
things, if we are poor in matters
of the spirit; if we have no as-
surance that our children will
make ours, then we are paupers.
Fathers and mothers, send that
son of yours to the Talmud Torah
and enroll that daughter of yours
in the Hebrew school. Acquaint
them with the Jewish history that
they may years later know what
a "scider" is, not only on the
fust two nights of Passover, but
they may have "seider" (order)
throughout their Jewish lives.
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DINNER FOR WORKERS
WILL OPEN CHILDREN'S
HOSPITAL FUND DRIVE
The $500,000 building fund
campaign to complete the Soutli
Florida Children's Hospital will
open with a dinner at Bayfront
Park, April 11. More than 1.000
volunteer workers, who will can-
vass every section of Dade coun-
ty, have been invited.
Report meetings are scheduled
for April 17 and 22 and a victory
dinner is planned for the conclu-
sion of the drive on April 30.
Chartered as a non-profit in-
stitution, the hospital will be
available to all children up to 1"
years of age, regardless of creed,
iacc and religion. The building,
located west of Red Rd. and
Coral Gables, was started in 1941
hut construction was halted dur-
ing the war.
ALLERGIST MOVES OFFICES
The offices of Dr. J. A. Rudolph,
allergist, have been moved from
Room 204. 541 Lincoln id., to
Suite 524-526 Lincoln bldg.. Mi-
ami Beach.
Bitensky, Margareten
Engagement Revealed
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Bitensky of
Far Rockaway, N. Y., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Sylvia, to Harry Mar-
gareten, son of Mrs. Jacob Mar-
gareten and grandson of Mrs. Re-
gina Margareten, one of the
founders of the Horowitz Broth-
ers and Margareten Matzos firm.
A graduate of Brooklyn col-
lege, Miss Bitensky has been ac-
tive in various Zionist and re
ligious groups. Mr. Margareten
attended Dr. Asher's school at
Bes-Les-Bains, Switzerland, and
New York University. He served
four and one-half years in the
. attached to a medical unit.
Rabbi, Displaced Jews
Charged With Rioting
SALZBURG (JTA).-The ttjaj
of five displaced Jews, including
la rabbi, who arc charged witn
rioting and assault upon an Aus-
trian civilian, opened last week
before a U.S. Army military
court. ,
Prosecution witnesses at tne
opening session testified that the
conductor of a bus was beaten uP
by a crowd of displaced Polish
Jews from the Reidenburg camp
near here, who collected follow-
ing his refusal to allow the rabbi.
Moses Weiss, and another Jew to
enter the I us because he said it
was already full.
Obituaries
ZUCKERMAN
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were held 1 the Palmei
Funeral homi R I J' l>h Rack-
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: rived by one son, lir: y.
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Dr. E. J. Edelman Opens
Lincoln Road Offices
Dr. E. J. Edelman has opened
his offices for the practice of OS-
teopathic medicine and surgery
in Suite 210-17 Sterling building,
827 Lincoln Road.
A resident of Miami Beach for
many years, he was educated at
the University of Michigan and
the Cl icago College of Osteo-
pathy. Just prior to his return in
February. Dr. Edelman complet-
ed his internship at Lakeside
Hospital. Kansas City, Mo.
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for their Miami Beach YMHA
Building Fund benefit. Accord-
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ident, a card party will be held
in the National Hotel audito-
rium, April 17, al 7:30 p. m.
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in
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ARMY OPTOMETRIST
OPENS OFFICES HERE
Dr. Stanley Fromm, recently
retired from the Army, announces
the opening of his offices for the
practice of optometry at 9711
N. E. Second ave.
A graduate of the Northern
Illinois College of Optometry, Dr.
Fromm was a member of the
clinical staff. He has done ex-
tensive research in the study of
visual training for children and
the fitting of contact lenses.
During his Army career he was
in charge of an eye clinic at 605
Lincoln rd. tlntil recently he
was associated with Dr. Charles
Beckwith.
VISIT
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NEW LOCATION
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at Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3221
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Phone 5-5537 Now!
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IN THE MAIL
Dear Sir:
The following may be of in-
JS to you to publish in The
Washington correspondent
mide some derogatory remarks
which are not conducive to good
fellowship among the people ol
the world.
The entire problem of the Pal-
estine matter is nothing more or
less than another British political
scheme. Their real objective is
oil in Iran. Great Britain is no
more interested in the good and
welfare of the Arabs than they
are in any other nation. Had
conditions been reversed and the
oil wells were located in Jewish
territory, they would have fought
on behalf of the Jews.
President Truman has not
aroused false hopes among the
Jews of the world as charged by
the Washington correspondent.
Mr. Truman was sincere and his
manner friendly when he sug-
gested that 100,000 displaced Jews
be allowed to enter Palestine.
And by the same token, he has
shown up the incompetence of
the British Labor government,
and their pre-election promises
were only phoney.
This Washington correspondent
is twisted in his reasoning when
he further states that Mr. Tru-
man also embittered the whole
Arab world. Anyone with com-
mon sense and decency knows
that the Arabs and Jews were
getting on peaceably. Ever since
the Jews migrated to Palestine
after World War I, the Arabs
have been employed by the Jews
at higher wages than they ever
before received for services ren-
dered. The standard of living of
the Arabs has been raised to a
level where they were truly
happy to be employed by and
to trade with the Jews. But a
higher standard of living for the
Arabs is not to the liking of the
British!
Britain cannot afford to have
others take the spotlight away
from her, and so in her coquet-
tish and usual tricky manner for
which she has a world-wide repu-
tation, she planted her emissaries
in that particular area to under-
mine the Arabs and incite them
against the Jews. Great Britain
is primarily responsible for the
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disturbances now existing in Pal-
estine. The so-called statesmen
of Great Britain are the original
jerboas of the Arabs.
This Washington correspondent
believes that if these tendencies
continue long enoug hand go far
enough, this will cut the world in
two. Great Britain has always
been a double-dealer and that is
exactly what she has in mind,
and she shall have what she asks
for in due time. But she will
be on the short end of the stick.
The British Empire is shrinking
at a rapid pace and she is re-
ceiving her just reward for the
mistreatment of the various coun-
tries she has held under her
thumb for centuries. She has
enslaved the world long enough.
If we had not fought our way
out of her iron-fisted hold, we,
too, would be taking orders from
No. 10 Downing Street today.
All this nonsense of Zionists
versus non-Zionists, as expressed
by the Washington correspondent,
is just rabble-rousing camou-
flage. Millions of homeless, dis-
placed Jews are seeking a place
in the sun and are willing to
sweat for their daily sustenance.
That is asking little enough! If
the bull-headed British statesmen
of today knew their history, they
would humbly acknowledge that
the Jews played a great and very
important part in saving them
from becoming the slaves of their
enemies who were ready to snuff
the life out of the entire British
Empire.
Great Britain should always
remember Benjamin Disraeli,
Chaim Weizmann and those Jew-
ish engineers outside of Alexan-
dria, Egypt, who saved the Brit-
ish forces from annihilation, and
averted the capture of Egypt in
World War II. The British as a
general rule never find it con-
venient to remember the kind and
heroic deeds that were done in
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their behalf.
As a matter of record and his-
tory, the slick Britishers were the
first to refuse to return any part
of the vast sums of money loaned
to them by the United States to
help save them from utter de-
struction in World War I. Is it
not a matter of record and history
that they, the very same British,
labeled us "Uncle Shylock" when
we asked for the return of the
monies advanced to them?
The British were always cham-
pions in starting an argument
with other nations, but the very
minute they found themselves in
difficulties, they started yelping
to the same "Uncle Shylock" to
come to her aid; and like a lot
of stupid fools, we immediately
went to her aid with manpower,
money and material, besides
opening our hearts and homes to
their women and children when
the blitz bombs were dropping on
their homes and heads to keep
them out of harm's path.
The charge that Mr. Truman
was responsible for the break-
down of the Anglo-Arab-Jewish
negotiations is another instance
where they must have someone
to point at to cover up their own
incompetence and inability to
negotiate in an open-above-board
(Continued on Page 32)
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Imported and Domestic
Novelties
44 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 3-0110
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HARRISON'S GARAGE
Factory Specialists On
BUICK and HUPMOBILE
Body, Fenders and Painting
Tops and Seat Covers
125 N. E. 13th Street
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AND DECORATING CO.
1502 Alton Road
Phone 58-1961
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1245 Washington Avenue and 2315 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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MIAMI BEACH
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1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue
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223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667
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*JewisHk>ridriarJ
J^APRIL 4,
BIG FOUR PLAN
T
NEW YORK (JTA)Leaders
of major Jewish organizations
expressed concern over the week-
end at the decision of the Big
Four deputies at Moscow to evac-
uate all Allied troops from Aus-
tria within 90 days after a peace
treaty with that country is
signed.
Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, chair-
man of the political department
of the World Jewish Congress,
warned that unless adequate pre-
cautions are taken, the with-
drawal of Allied forces will be
followed "by a holocaust which
would complete Hitler's work."
"I hope Austria will overcome
its problems and will succeed in
finally eradicating the anti-
Semitic tendencies which have
played so unhappy a part in its
recent history." he added. "But
we Jews can take no risk and
the civilized world is not entitled,
in the light of what has happened,
to ask us to take any risks."
Dr. John Slawson, executive
vice president of the American
Jewish committee, said that be-
fore Allied troops leave the coun-
try "the Jewish displaced persons
now in Austria, with the excep-
tion of a small number who may-
apply for citizenship, should be
removed to places of safety." The
Jewish DP's. he pointed nut. will
nut be safe in Austria because
"Austrian anti-Semitism is wide-
spread." Stressing the point that
the Austrian government's atti-
tude is "equivocal," Dr. Slaws.in
demanded that the treaty should
contain stringent guarantees for'
the equality and security of the
Jews in Austria.
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Bramlett Equipment
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Hotel, Restaurant and Soda
Fountain Equipment
800 N. E. First Ave.
PHONE 2-0794 and 3-7857
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Exchange
340 N. W. First Court
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IN THE MAIL
(Continued from Page 31)
manner. It is a foregone inclu-
sion that Prime Minister Attlee
and his Foreign Secretary Bi VH1
are not up to their respective jobs.
They do not have the ability re-
quired to fulfill the greal re-
sponsibilities of thus.' jobs and
should therefore check out or
be voted out of office at the
earliest possible moment; other-
wise we will find ourselves suc-
tioned into World War 111 for
their stupid statesmanship
Statements made by non-Zion-
ists, that setting up a Jewish
.tale in Palestine would harm,
not help, world Jewry, is not
,,nly stupid, but ran be recognized
as infantile thinking and reason-
ing. They further state that Pal-
estine could hold only a small
portion of all the world's Jews
and most .lows don't want to live
.,, Palestine at all' Naturally'
N,, in.ire than all the Irish want
t,, hve in Ireland, or the French
in France, or the English m Eng-
land.
For tin' benefit of the non-
Zionists and all other factions
that oppose the entry of Jews in
Palestine, it must be a known
fact that Jews want to live peace-
ably, honorably and respectably
among all the peoples. Further-
more, the Jews are not arrogant
or aggressive. They are. how-
ever, progressive and wish to
carry on in their respective fields
,i endeavor anil to help build
up every community in which
they settle in whatever part of
the world it may I.e. They have
always been assimilated in the
communities in which they set-
lied, and in their respective busi-
nesses, professions and politics.
Now. then, if the British states-
men were to start minding their
own affairs and stopped their
snooping into theaffT^55858
of others, they would "and1^
themse.vesas^^aVot^?
Jews, g.ven the odd5 ^
solve their .w E^ *
the Arabs. They* w,?5 <3
along peacefullv until th "*<
interfered and C t^
cart and caused,hep J^fe-
turbances, which thevT *""
incapable of correcting "*
Very truly yours
CLAUDE D. ARMSTRONG
Miami Beach, Fla.
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Ly, APRIL 4, 1947
*Jenlst> limrMinn
N THE MEANING OF FREEDOM
By RABBI ALEXANDER J. BURNSTEIN
There is no other festival in the Jewish calendar so univer-
d appealing in its message as is Passover. Passover is
arilv ,he ies,ival oi freedom- The dream of freedom is no
thinq in human life. For the idea which it represents men
been ready to sacrifice themselves in every age, and the
se of human devlopment may be traced, at least in recent
, by the answers men have given to its challenge. But Is-
alone has given the principle of freedom classic and re-
expression at its very inception as a people, and Jewish
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
nt,
in enshrined its historic liberation from Egyptian slavery
ie Feast of PaMOver. ^^ q{ freedom What humani
1 needs today, what it needs poig-
nantly, desperately, is a great
purpose for which to be free.
In our day the earth has been
made by the magic of technology
and engineering into "one world."
Is this an end in itself? Can
science and technology ever give
us a solution to our living and
dying, a goal to our freedom?
Does the possibility of tremen-
dous power ever give men any
sense of what power is to be used
for? Let us not delude ourselves.
Power and freedom are means to
an end, not ends in themselves.
Even individuals are not ends in
themselves, but means for the
realization of an end, which, nev-
ertheless, they create themselves
when they work hand in hand
within the only frame of refer-
ence which contains them all:
humanity.
The noblest and most signifi-
cant freedom is the freedom to
be human, the opportunity to
express that which reflects our
own true self, that which stamps
us as persons. And it is a very
rare freedom. It is still denied to
millions today, who are com-
pelled to agree to what others
want them to do or believe. It
means
E different things to differ-
lpeople. We all want to be
but what is freedom, when
we free? Let us have the
Lf to admit that modern
|'s concept of freedom has
in must cases one of rebel-
a negative idea. It has
at least in recent cen-
freedom from various
|,s of despotism, aristocracy,
cray. plutocracy and heir-
iv. We have established our
|t lo freedom on the emo-
basis of our repudiation of
| bondspolitical! so-
religious, economic, and
logical. We have wanted
pom as a protest. It has al-
bcen freedom from some-
: or freedom of something,
dom of press, thought, or as-
ply. We have rarely stopped
pnsider that there is very lit-
ien>e or power in a kind of
pom which is not freedom for
fclhing. We want to be free.
It fur?
his is the crucial question
must be answered by our
(ration and answered in clar-
WKv have just passed through
ltorturous experiences of a
al war. and we have suc-
led in ensuring those condi-
that are essential for the
nation of human liberty
Imight evey say for survival
|he human soul. We have
ht for freedom, we have at
Iwon (at what a cost!) the
lous free road that leads to
pom. What are we going to
[ith it?
|ve any man a fully valid, a
land potent purpose, to strive
When freedom to strive after
1 purpose will have a quick-
, a stirring significance. But
goal implied in the grant-
or the winning of freedom is
pieagcr and puny, there can
f" creative meaning in the
|T0 ALL A MOST
iAPPY PASSOVER
is denied to rich, as well as to
millions of poor and economical-
ly dependent men. It is denied
to anyone who must from the
outset conform to special stand-
ards which overshadow, twist, or
corrupt his essential humanity.
It is denied to anyone who as he
grows through childhood is made
to believe in the inherent sinful-
ness of "human nature." Freedom
to be human can exist only
where evey man can have faith
in man. It can only mean any-
thing to those who accept as the
foundation 0f their individual
differences and cultural distinc-
tions "man's common humanity."
Only he who gives priority to
what all men have in common
over what differentiates every
man from every other man, can
know the full and vital meaning
of this freedom to be human.
Unless we have faith in man,
there can be no really 0r signii-
cantly free world. It is not a
sentimental idealization of hu
manity; you cannot add ignor-
ance and get wisdom, or unite a
mass of selfish individuals and
(Continued on Page 39)
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PLANT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling results can be ob-
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which contains minerals that
will help keep chinch bugs out
of your lawn. Sold exclusively
IHUGHES
SEED STORE
116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
L. L. POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
1659 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-3357
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WELLS
Leisure Apparel for Him & Her
5-7178
JOE LINN Lincoln at Collins
A HAPPY PASSOVER
T
WILLIS NOVELTY ADVERTISING
404 N. W. Second Avenue
"Good-Will Builders"
Phone 9-2260
Advertising Specialists
Res. Phone 4-9000
Cocktails
Ha\w>v'
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MacVicar Wells, Inc.
Complete Building Supplies
4!
I. D. MacVICAR
President
FRANK J. WELLS
Vice President
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
THE BANK FOR THE INDIVIDUAL
West Flagler Street Telephone 2-0521
SAVINGS
S1.00 Opens an Account
LOANS
Safe Deposit Boxes
fts Low as $3.00 Per Year
-----DEPOSITS INSURED
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Washington, D. C.
tRnnn maximum insurance $5000
>500O for EACH DEPOSITOR **"--------
Phone 3-4585 Phone 3-4870
PAUL'S CARPET CO.
Carpet Linoleum Broadfelt
Cut and Sewed Repaired and Laid
Sterilized and Demothed
2412 N. MIAMI AVE.. MIAMI 37. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Engineers and Contractors
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
911 41st Street
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
RHEA'S
Women's Apparel Shop
Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOUSER COMPANY, Inc.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY
Mortgage Loans :: Investments
HOUSER REALTY CO.. Inc.
Real Estate :: Property Management
FIRST TRUST BLDG.
ii.'
PHONE 3-2648
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For cooking, for washing and
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PAGE THIRTY-FC'JR
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APT.HOUSE UNIT RECORDS
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO YOU ALL
1
MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and FAMILY
AND '
EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
1726 N. W. 36th Street
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CLARK& LEWIS CO.
WHOLESAI.E GROCERS
34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108
PASSOVER GREETINGS
L L BOSTWICK
General Contractor
2233 S. W. 9th Street Phone 3471?
: l
- 84 Je*
.--. -' Levin, 43'j
1308
and Oscar
_. L r x Creek
but a
.
..-. the la Among i
lf..L '
h 5 Ch American Pharmacy. Inc.
, r ... 744 N. E. 2nd Are. Ph.3-4665
Marshall s Drug Store
" 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
r.; in V -
: '
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:
SEASON'S GREETINGS
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS. Inc.
2035 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8335
Club & Casino Equipment
RUSS SEIFERTH
PLUMBING. HEATING
AND GAS
PROMPT. EFFICIENT
SERVICE
543 N. W. 7th Street
PHONE 9-1108
In the Heart of
Downtown Miami
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Miami's Most Popular Bar
279 East Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8944
Opp- Cor. Elks Cljb
T J Everywhere
MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
T
RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
BISCAYNE FRONTON
POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL
Come in and Enjoy
ALPERT'S RESTAURANT
No. 6 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
CLUB BREAKFAST,! LUNCHEON, DINNERS AND SPECIALS
Same Fine FoodsOur 14th YearSame Management
WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
T
EGNER & MULCAHY
TAILORS
11 N. E. Second Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER
T
OLLIE PAGE SERVICE STATION
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Complete Service "With A Smile"
2065 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-9365
It Is With Pleasure That I
Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To all my Friends and
Acquaintances
O. B. WHITE
46 N. W. First Street
PHONE 2-4010
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
T
PATS REFRIGERATION SERVICE
All M
Phone 9-3572
3301 N. W. 17th AVE. MIAMI. FLA.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WILCOX GARAGE
Your Patronage Appreciated
Complete Mechanical Service
2125 N. W. First Ave.
Phone 3-9166
SEASON'S GREETINGS
T
ALBERT E. REDLHAMMEH
BUILDER
152 N. E. First Avenue Phone A.I4S9
1323 S. W. 8h Street *JgJ
FACILITIES FOR BUYING, BUILDING AND SELLING
ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE
"When Belter Homes Are Built We Will Build Them"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Picciolo American-Italian Restaurant
136 Collins Avenue Phone 5-9031
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF G. C ACCOLLA
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
STEWART'S
JUVENILE FTJRNITURE and TOYS
1645 Meridian Avenue Phone 5-6928
Just Off Lincoln Road
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
TUTAN MOTORS. Inc.
216 Minorca Avenue
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
TO ALL MY FRIENDS MY SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
$
"EDW." MERCER. President
Mercantile National Bank
/
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\9k
6\ Jwk.
liiilii
"The Home of Delicious Foods"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
i*
Rep,
c**V
DRUG.
DepaRt
STORE


FRIDAY, APRIL 4,_1947^
1 i
'Jewistifkridufi
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
Miami Lighthouse Begins APT. HOUSE DIVISION "ALL OUT" FOR CJA
Annual Sale Of Seals
qrals from the Miami Light-
house for the Blind will go in the
mail today to residents of Greater
Miami to raise funds for the
Sntnance of the Lighthouse
"nd for the founding of an eye
clinic where every person in the
community afflicted with poor
vision can receive proper care
and attention, Hal S. Pelton, vice
president and seal chairman, an-
nounced.
The Lighthouse is providing
training, employment, recreation
and social case work for the blind
or near-blind in this area, and is
preventing blindness through con-
servation and restoration of
sight.
Open house will be held at the
Lighthouse April 7 through April
13 from 2 until 5 o'clock every
afternoon. There will be music
and refreshments and exhibits of
the various types of products
produced by the sightless workers.
These will include rubber door
mats, bridge and table cloths
made on Lighthouse looms, tow-
els, rugs, caned chairs and knitted
baby blankets and clothes.
Save-A Life League
Nominating Committee
Nominating committee for
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women has been appointed by
Mr. Albert M. Berson, president.
Mrs. Fred Sandier will head the
group which includes Mrs. Max
Shapiro, Mrs. Edward Weinstein,
Mrs. Leonard Gorden and Mrs.
Sol Braun. Mrs. Kurt Lederer and
Mrs. Ida Mcltzer will act as al-
ternates.
The slate will be presented at
the regular meeting on April 17,
with installation set for May 11.
Sisterhood Drive Begins
Sisterhood Chesed Shel-Emes,
ladies' burial society, will launch
its membership drive with a tea
Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. S. Stone, 1601 S. W.
11 Terrace.
Mrs. Joseph Malek, president.
has selected Mrs. Samuel Geltner
and Mrs, Stone as co-directors of
the campaign.
Q. What did Moses take with
him out of Egypt?
A. The bones of Joseph.
SEASONS GREETINGS
VEGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
U91 N. W. 22nd Si. Ph. 3-8795
To Our Many Jewish Friends and
Customers A Most Happy
Passover .
REES MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2128 Ponce de Leon Bird.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CARSON MOTOR INN
Courteous Service
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-3586
FLOOR SANDING
Dr"3 Quality Workmanship
^ 20 Years In Miami
ACE FLOORING CO.
2131 N. W. 51t St. Phone 7-3544
Morris Gold, center, chairman oi the apartment house division,
is congratulated by Sam Lachman oi the hotel division. Look-
ing on is Irving Frankel, who, with Lachman, is co-chairman
oi the hotel drive.
Program plans for 1947 will
be formulated at a meeting of
the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge
Committee on Public Affairs,
Monday, April 7, at the home
of Chairman John Kronenfeld,
45 N. W. 50th St.
A Passover program will be
presented at the meeting of
Pioneer Women's club No. 1,
Tuesday, 8 p. m., in the audi-
torium of Congregation Beth
David.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
RAWLSON & CO., Inc.
Interior Decorators
DAVID SCHWARZMAN
114 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
229 5th Street, Miami Beach
HAPPY PASSOVER
Ferguson & McCormick
Clinic
320 S. E. First Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
J. B. FORD
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
307 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3508
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Best Wishes for the
PASSOVER
ii!
HUGH S. LARRICK
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Blvd.
Phone 5-2773
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
BENNER BOX & PRINTING GO
Lejuene Road
Phone 8-2207

DALLETT'S RADIO
GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION
340 Twenty-third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
*
Pan American Bank Building
INSURANCE
3-3331
IT IS WITH PLEA SURE I EXTEND
SEASON'S GREETINGS
.
9!
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
iji
LE
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
____in ....."
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Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pinetree Drive
MIAMI BEACH
RICHARDS
N. MIAMI AVE. AT 1st ST. PHONE 2-6161
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Buy Savings Bonds and Stamps
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PAGE THIRTY-SIX
L^ittnorkllar
raiDAY. APRIL ,,
IS
nor
the will of the Almighty that spirit fights harder to bull
ate enough to witness the growth of the State as a wl
have seen what would be termed the "miracles of old''i
This Passover Message Mm
CHORNEY HOTEL
1120 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
CLAVELON HOTEL & APTS.
4210 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
CLAY HOTEL
1438 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
CORSAIR HOTEL
101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
EMPIRE HOTEL
750 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
FRANKLIN HOTEL
860 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
GER HOTEL
530 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach
HADDON HALL HOTEL
1500 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
HOTEL PIERRE
216 43rd Street Miami Beach
MARE GRANDE HOTEL
524 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH HOTEL
520 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
NEMO HOTEL
116 Collins Ave., Cor. 1st St. Miami Beach
Strictly Kosher
PARADA HOTEL
1428 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
PARK LANE APT. HOTEL
Alton Rd. at 10th St. Miami Beach
WILLIAM PENN HOTEL
722 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
ST. GEORGE HOTEL
605 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
SHELBY HOTEL
1826 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
SOVEREIGN HOTEL
4385 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
WALBURNE HOTEL
125 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
WAVES HOTEL
1244 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
CAVALIER HOTEL
1320 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
TIDES HOTEL
1220 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
TRAYMORE HOTEL
2425 Collins Avenue Miami
TYLER HOTEL
430 21st Street Mian"I
OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL
4130 Collins Avenue Miami I
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue Miami|
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTE
1940 Park Avenue Miaoi'
CADET HOTEL
1701 James Avenue
CLYDE HOTEL
1430 Ocean Drive
Miami
EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 Collins Avenue Miafflli
EXCHANGE HOTEL
141 N. E. 3rd Avenue
GROSSINGER-PANCOASTij
Mia*
2901 Collins Avenue
KENMORE HOTE.
1050 Washington Avenue
Strictly Kosher-American''


FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947
+Jewistrk>rdtiari
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
born of the pioneer spirit... a spirit that fears not storm
fe and after each setback... whether the act of man or
|d grow to greater glories. Those who have been fortun-
md Greater Miami as the community in which we live
days of Pharoah.
Through The Cooperation Of*
LONDON ARMS HOTEL
=1 727 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
RITZ PLAZA HOTEL
| 1701 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
RIVIERA PLAZA HOTEL
337 20th Street Miami Beach
ROBERTS HOTEL
28 W. Flagler Street
Miami
ST. MORITZ HOTEL
Ocean Front at 16th St. Phone 58-3711
SHORE PARK HOTEL
1820 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
SILVER PALM HOTEL
[3700 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
STRATH HAVEN DINING ROOM
Chef Paul
I411 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
TA-MIAMI HOTEL
23 W. Flagler Street
Miami
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3465 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
VICTOR HOTEL
1144 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL
860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
WHITEHART HOTEL
315 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
COLLINS PLAZA HOTEL
318 20th/Street Miami Beach
FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL
1055 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach
MAYFAIR HOTEL
1960 Park Avenue Miami Beach
RALEIGH HOTEL
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind & Family
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
TUDOR HOTEL
1111 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
,' On the Ocean
Betw. Lincoln Rd. and 15th St. Miami Beach
CARIBBEAN HOTEL
Entire Block of Ocean
37th to 38th Street Miami Beach
E have seen sturdy wastes
created into miles of glorious mod-
ern and statuesque hotels, buildings
and homes transforming a barren
wilderness into a place of beauty ...
This year as the Passover holiday
is celebrated the picture of the sturdy
pioneers of Palestine becomes more
vivid... the desire for freedom, for
new life, the will to create and to
build is made more realistic... for
as did the pioneer spirit of Greater
Miami and Florida overcome hard-
ship and obstacle to make our city
renowned the world over... so will
their efforts to make Palestine be
successful.


PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
i-Je^Htffhridl^n
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1947
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
IRVIN'S
FAMOUS CHICKEN
Steaks Served the Handy Way
441 41sl ST.. MIAMI BEACH
$1.25
$1.25
Chops
PHONE 5-4063
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. & B. PIPE & STEEL
500 N. W. Stfa STREET.
CORNER 5th AVENUE
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowlli
Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowiti
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowiti
Mildred. Harold and Donald
Berkowitz
MIAMI. FLORIDA
good-will tour of he
The Palestine Hapoel all-star soccer team, shovn above w.l1 me*, a gooa-w^ ^
United. States this spring beginning with a gaie a. V anxe s ad urn sponsored by
The team will play all-star American soccer .teams. J^g*;? in cooperation with
the Jewish National Workers Alliance andI after Labor J&oms roup nors and
major AFL and CIO unions. Prominent oHicia b. 'n^im^ J Leibowitz of Brooklyn is
scr s^Mtf .t^%= SPor,s ^- .* *
tour. _________________________________________--------1______
A regular meeting of the
Baltimore Club of Florida will
be held on Tuesday, April 8. at
8 p. m. at the Beach YM&WHA.
1, Lincoln Rd.
SEASONS GREETINGS
AUTO LOCK & SUPPLY
COMPANY
1304 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 9-3144
T
A Happy Passovei To All
L. MURRAY DIXON
Architect
605 Lincoln Road 58-1671
T
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
R. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Lino of Fertilizers for All Occasions
FEED and SUPPLIES
Call 4-3375
274 SUNSET DRIVE
SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER
PENN SYRUP SALES CO. OF FLOHIOA
PENN BRAND
"Quality Fountain Products"
2009 N. Miami Ave. Telephones 9-1566-6-3145
MR. and MRS. R. HARRISON
SOUTH MIAMI
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
i
CORAL GABLES BAKERY
Delicious Pastries-Special Cakes for Weddings. Birthdays
and All Occasions
2518 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
PHONE 4-9159
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ROHAN'S PAINTS & HARII
Telephone 5-2026
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
Miami Beach, Fli
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer.
Ir.
56
S. W.
FIRST
STREET
Y
To All a Most Happy Passover
JAC.K NICOLL
Business OpportunitiesBuy in Confidence
LARGEST AND MOST SKI.ITT LISTINGS IN THE SOUTH
PHONE 3-3307 PAN AMERICAN BANK BLDG.
T
A HAPPY PASSOVER
HIGHLAND PARK
PHARMACY
Complete Drug Service
936 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-7541
MIAMI
JUST A
THEATRE
AND
A
JfltFROM // \<
SHOPPING CENTER
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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HIGH-GRADE ELECTRIC
Radios Repaired
Car and Home Radios
OUR SPECIALTY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Free Pick Up and Delivery
Service
2-9240 -PHONES3-7059
19 N. E. 14th Street
T
TO ALL ..
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
KIRBY-TUTTLE CO.. INC.
15 West Flagler Street
E Phone 3-7614
U 1 ini on i! r \)jhtti
MIAMI FLORIDA'
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TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON
!E'S GARAGE,
170 N. E. First Street




FRIDAY^APRIL 4, 1947
+Jmlst>norMlarj
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
(Continued /rom Page 33>
,. a common spirit of devotion
fn high ends. The voice of the
Iple is not the voice of God.
., confidence in man means
that the whole of men can better
bl trusted to govern themselves,
that we can trust one man or a
few to have absolute power over
their fellows. It is the belief that
I the end, as in the days of
Moses, if there be education and
a chance to know the truth and
full discussion of issues, the
!commn people Will find their
way to what is just and right.
And th.it. f course, involves a
deeP01' fa'th, the faith in truth
land justice themselves.
We need that faith today.
I Without it, all our international
institutions for the establishment
I of collective security cannot
I amount to much. They will be-
I (ray man. because the men who
Ilead them will always remain
Ifirst Englishmen, Frenchmen,
Russians, Instead of being basic-
Ially, and underneath all local and
Iracial differences, humans. In-
Ideed. the greatest danger con-
Ifrontir.p mankind is perhaps that
|we have learned to place our
Ifaith m institutions, instead of
Iplacing it in man. Men will not
|bc saved by new techniques, but
by a new faith, a new vision of
lie universe and of man, a new
*nse of relationship between
jnan and man, so basic and so
(deep that nothing can shake it.
Men are distinguished from
blants and animals by the fact
ihat their destiny is largely gov-
erned by their own choice, by
Iheir own judgment. They are
Ixpelled from the nursery of
fcother nature and must shift
lor themselves. It is this which
lives grandeur to human life, but
t is also this which creates its
eculiar hazards, burdens and
jestiality. This is why human
tfe points to high heaven or to
lie depths of hell. The present
hase of history is man's greatest
test. He may perish from slavey
to his passions, his blindness, his
selfishness, or he may save him-
self by his intelligence and his
unmistakable recognition t h a t
his neighbor's interest is also his,1
that a common humanity unites
us all.
To save himself man must have
moral courage, not brute force,
but patience, will, imagination,
steadfastness, and fellow-feeling.
The way to failure is easy, the
way to success is hard. To live
justly with one's fellowman is
harder than to fight and domi-
nate him. It is easier to get on
with a domestic animal than with
one's wife or neighbor.
Slavery is easier for the slave-
holder, than is free labor for the
employer. It is easier to yield to
passions than to control them, it
is easier to wrangle and dispute
with other nations than to agree
and co-operate. In this age of
destiny, and during this Zeman
Cherutent, the season of free-
dom, it is well to rem mber the
courage manifested by Moses,
chief figure in the drama of Is-
rael's redemption, who not only
hurled the first challenge against
the oppression and tyranny of
Egypt but also led his freed peo-
ple to Mt. Sinai and there gave
them a sublime purpose for
which, to live, by proclaiming the
worship of the one God and the
sacredness and inviolability of
human life. We, too, require that
courage if we are to achieve
peace and security and freedom
and overcome the forces of moral
inertia which retard man's slow
ascent to civilization, decency,
and piety, and threaten to drop
him into the pit of destruction.
We can lose the freedom which
we have won and the peace
which is as yet to be achieved
by suspicion, ignorance, defeat-
ism, scepticism, and irresolution.
We shall not lapse into peace
and freedom by evasion, but we
can render them secure if we
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INF Council Sets
April 13, For Annual
Flower Day Sale
The JNF Council, composed of
representatives of Zionist groups
in the Greater Miami area,
locally sponsor the annual JNF
Flower Day observance, Sunday,
April 13.
Proceeds of the sale will be
used to purchase land in Pales-
tine (or ili. settlement ol
gees and immigrants. Mr. Samuel
Sloan, executive director of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, has been named gi .
chairman with Mrs. M. 1;
garten as co-chairman.
Officers in the council include
Mr. Sam Prosterman, chairman;
Mrs. I, Rosengarten and S. Ash-
kenazy, vice chairmen; Isidor
Goldberg, treasurer; M. Mi
off, financial se el Rosalynn
Drosd, corresponding
Florence Samuels, recording
retary; E. Lesowo d Dr
Harry Queen.
put our heads together and sup-
port them with an alliance based
on a dynamic conception ol
freedom, recognizing |he righl o1
each group and nation to live
and to shape its own life and
plan its own development for
the welfare of all menno' o
an institution, whether c
or state, not of a class or group.
noble or Nordic or superman,
but of men as men. The li
of Passover must be relearncd
if we are to integrate men ana
nations in a new and better and
free world.
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543 Lincoln RoadPhone 5-5545
70 E. Flagler Street Phone 9-3195
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4
THE JEWS WHO REMAIN IN
By ISAAC J. SAL AM A
(Jewish T phlc Agency Correjl Jv'.'_.
(Copyright. 1947. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. lnc^AIRQ
community, they have never he-
leSs maintained their religious
charactcnst.es. They are concen-
trated chiefly In the two largest
Egyptian cues of Cairo and
Eandria, where the economy
conflicts of Egyptian life are
most sharply drawn, and V
Egyptian
and
As we celebrate the deliverance of the lews from bondage in
Mizraim thousands of years ago, it would be well to contem-
plate the situation of the modern day Jew who remain m *~
Mizraim. True, the Jew in Egypt i* not in slavery, but his con- u s ,; at the
dition in that land even now is still quite precarious. centraiea occa8ionally become
The majority of the Jews in Egypt today, even if they and ** dunng periods of
their ancestors were born in the country, are not Egyptian Ob- JJJ^g or polltlcai stress, such
zens, nor are they citizens of other nations. They are in Limbo occurred durlng the riots ot
yes. here too they are stateless. With the exception ot a November 2, 1945.
small number of rich and influential Jews, none of them have ^ fuiure for the Egyptian
Egyptian passports.
The roots of this paradoxical
situation go back to the period
before the first World War. A:
that time Egypt was part of the
Ottoman empire and, like the re=t
of the empire was bound by
semi-feudal customs and laws.
But there was one way of avoid-
ing that feudal set-up.
Turkey sanctioned a form of
extra terntoriality in Egypt. For-
eigners with valid identification
in other nations were
bound by their own
laws and exem
thoritv of either -
the legislation of the loci
thorities. Since it was reli
to obtain passports from
foreign consulates in Cairo, most
ir. the country and those
., :.. ing thi re applic |
.. ed such documents, and
lived outside the nan
tions of Turk:.-:, law. Passports
..fully
led and passed from I
to son for a number of gel
tions.
Wh. id of the war.
Egypt nominally obtained her
indep- from the Turks,
ictri ten itorial status of for-
eigner- was maintained by the
h who exei I
over the country. As in other
colonial nations, this practice
was a thorn in the side of the
local government and became a
I irget for all
is. In 193(J the Monl ids
convi Egyptians
fro:.-. ke.
Although this move came to
the Egyptian people in general as
a liberating factor, to the Jews it
was a -harp blow. For genera-
been considered
d now despite the
tact thai many of them dressed,
I, and spoke like nati they
being treated as foreigners
a status which brought with it
not privilege but new restric-
tions and problems.
Immediately after the treatj
1936 the Jews began flock.:
the ministry of the interior to re-
quest Egyptian citizenship and
passports."Although they had nu-
merous documents to prove that
were born in the country
and that their fathers and g
them had been
Egyptians, the Egyptian off
d to grant them citizenship
status.
The first hurdle placed in their
ir own national h waj a requeit for certifica-
,pt from the au- tj(jr flom ..their" consulates that
the empire laws they had 5urrendered all claims
to "foreigr. nationality. Most of
the Jews complied with this re-
t and thereby lost all pro-
ti m of an;. nment. The
Egyptian authorities acted on
and have, sii ce
1936. put the Jew n one
text 0] another. 1 hi .
; 50,000 Jews
who have applied for Egyptian
p and have not re-
ceived it.
Ttie situation of the 80,000
in the country is that of a
fed minority. Although a
number are assimilated, in-
cluding the leaders of the Jewisn
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jews"is one of fear and uncer-
tainty For some there IS U
STof eventual acceptance
la Egyptian r.ationa We,
but lor most there is only V*
hope of emigration. The simplest
form of emigration fur the
iority of the Jews is to cross the
r mto Palestine. But here
lies, the most complex political
problem. Not only must the
status of Jewish Palestine still be
settled, but as foreign Jews they
are not even permitted to leave
Egypt for Palestine. A very small
number occasionally smuggle
themselves across the desert bor-
der, but police vigilance is too
tight for most ol them, and so
I ,v must wait for an interna-
tllin:ii as well as a nal
. efore they can re-i
lish themselves in a nation wnicn
they can consider home.
~ LEGAL NOTICES
"vOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
l desiring lo engage '
f utlous name "f
""...... .i... (.. IIU'^i>* name <>.
SKtCTSSB
I 4-11 -1 "--" -___________
NOTICE IS
he ii"'1'
nnl
HEREBY GIVEN thai
|g to eng ig> ii
,1,,. ii. mi.^is name
ol
...... oil. I I I-' ;,| 1060
sm.l. ; '.;; 1>V.!,',-,....,m.
N "- with the
: Dad
,unty, i
v'braham oalinsky
UHOlVHA OAUSHK1
notice is hki;i:iiy givkm ,r
ho utKl.-r.-iKM.-l. desiring to .'h
business under the fletltlnu.figt'
SCZI-BELI.K. ;,, |;
Kiddle Building. (140 N W '-,
"-',''"' ",' ". He with U'
Clerk of the i e "h the
County, Florida. urt '* BELLE BERMANN
uV,'>IA l:"THSTl:iN
KAE GOLDBERG
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
i ffiSSZh %*
iv vi TER C KOVNER,
I 1-11-lS-tt -
*T,CE OFptDnIrshVp,ON F
PARTNERSHIP........

rill I-- cat i
N WEST alone,
...
. .,. all .1.1.1-
JACK N. W i> C
HARRY DIETZ.
\.:,.: i,. '. ..'. l.a .
I l-U __________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lesiring to
the fictitious
.;. SI I'PLY C
West Rag er Street
regist. I I "ami
... if the Cl lit '
.. EHRENS,
Sole Ownei
3/28 4/4-11 ____^__
NOTICE IS lli:i:i:i:1 GIVE
. lesll |l
rictiti.
PIERCE HOTEL, at 169 S I
. with the Clerk pi th.
t of Bade 1 1
ABRAHAM RETSK1N,
.-
VMOS BENJAMIN,
Xl. Relskln.
I 4 -1 IS
CATON NURSING
HOME
1389 N.W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best car* for chronic tick, con.
valescent and elderly people.
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TO OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS and ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
BUTLEH-W1LS0N PAPER GQWIPANY
i!
" NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
rt ... Bade County.
' ALBERT BARON
Till 'MAS SER< 'II I-' '*
Partners
HARRY OIETZ,
rants.
1 1-11-15-25___________
S COUNTY, JUDGE < "< RT DADE
NTY, r'LORHJA.
So
Kl: 1 \n.\a RAPPAPORT,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\( .iii'i; 1 fen 1 nal 1 havi
and i" UUon to"
,..,.., ator i
ul ANNA RAPPAPORT,
..... II
< '' Honorabli
.. 1' ol l'-"l.
I Ida, I ol aaM
report I l<
!... state ul ANNA
KAPJ > li 'II r, di 1 a
lin- J1..I day ul April, I 17
MAX RAPPAP" RT.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorne) for Adm
I. I-U-1S-2 i
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN ,1
the undersigned, d. .. \~J*
b islness under the
PARK VIEW ISLAND
St.. Miami Beach p J
-..ul name with the r|.-tk ,, .!"
Circuit Court ol Da I. ,,"' 'h
LOUIS POSNER" rllU-
ROSE POSNER
LOUIS KENIN
HARRY \I tsi 1 ,w
MTER8, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
(60 Seybold Bldg. '
Attorneys for Appll
J/H-21-S8 1 i-ii
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN ik.7
the undersigned, de ..';'"
i.usin.ss under 1
POSTERS DEPARTMEN
al 250 Sunset Drive S th
Florida. Intends
jrith the Clerk ol th.
1 lade < "untv. Plot da
RETNOLD8 DEPAR1 Mr\-T
INC.,
BILL L. PALLOT
Attot 11. v :
I 14-21-21 1 i-'.l

NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN Ikat
tho undei signed, d. -
business in I.
SLOPP1 JOE'S, at 267 i ...
St.. Miami. Fl 1 Inten I to n
.1 .1 name arlth the Clerk ol 0 c
suit Court ..f Dad.
MAX BROOK
JACK Q. il'l.ll
EDWARD BOGAN
aa co-part b/a
SLOPPY JOE 8
Apn
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Atterne) s f.-i App I
".'21-28 1/4-1; : -
1336 N. E. First Ave.
Phone 3-0738
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
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Trachtenberg's Kosher Food Market
N. KAPLAN H. ROTHSTEIN
MEAT DEPARTMENT
M. BECKER
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
ill
TRACHTENBERG
VEGETABLE and FRUIT DEPARTMENT
XI 1 ICE IS HEREB1 U1V l..\ that
. ing .0 engage 11
: TUH.ua name o.
. .1.1 is. 11 1 1 -i.l.i. A 1 I..-M..N. .,: __ M
.-:.. :. Ulaml, I'.a intends t>.
1 ; name with the Clerk u.
rcult Court vt Bade County,
. ; ..1.
JACOB KRASNER
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
; 7-M-2I :- i 4
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thoi
Hm undersigned, desiring t> ens^sje In
!,. :. tltlous name 01
'1ABLES MEDICAL I^ABORATORY,
.t 123 ':. ,11.1.1 Ave ''<.i al lables,
l-'ln.. Int. '..,': aid n.inn
auli tie Clerk ..f the Circuit Court 01
1 lade Plot Ida
HARi 'l.i' OE< >ROE SHAPIRO,
Sole Owner.
- I 1-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Igned, desiring iu engaaTe In
mdei 1 he flvtltioua name ol
IS MEN'S \\ EAR, at 113 N. E
Miami, I-':.. Intend lo
. 1 name with 1 he .lerk *>'
1 Dade Count)
IS' iRERT M OOLDMAN
1: 1 111:1. OOLDMAN
Mll.'l'. i.N A PRIEDMAN,
f..i Applicants.
li-ll-;--... i/i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CBRCU1T COI'RT OP THE
11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No.
FANNIE FITERMAN SILVER,
. 1 iff,
TS.
LOUIS SILVER,
lant.
THE BTATE OF FLORIDA:
[I 1 I.. HIS SILVER
Care ol 8. 8. Col
.".111 Nlcollet A..
Minneapolis, Ml
Y.m are hereby n. 1
to appear to the BUI ol 1 mplalat for
1 Hvoi ce filed sea
styled cause on or bet the .-;th day
f A|.i l|, IH4T. oth. tions "f said Bill ol 1 tint will be
taken as confessed si
l.-t this Order be published
week for four
[HE JEWISH FIAJRIDIAN, a
paper published In 1
r Ion.la.
DATED this -:' y of March.
B B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of 1 TourL
By WM. W. ST'tCKINO,
SAM SILVER ^Py6.*
Solicitor f.'i P
..riti ess Bldg ,
Miami 82, Flo
m 1/in is
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslfned, dei -age in
business under the fli titloui in
POWER CLEANERS I II I 8. '.
Eighth Btreet, Miami, Florida, toMei
to racist) r tld nan h tl
f tho circuit Court 0: Dade County,
Rloi iila.
BENJAMIN BECK
WALLY BTEINBER0
WASMAN a.- SILVER.
Attorneys for \ 1
3/7-14-21-22 1 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage u
business under the flctltloua "'"" ;:'
rOWER FURNITURE it 1421 S J
Eighth stie.-t. Miami. Florida, IntMJ
.. register said name with tin1 gj
f the Circuit Cunt ol I'.de Count).
l-'lurida. __mm
WINSTON QASSEI.L FLRM-
tiki: CO, WC
wasman & SILVER
Attorneys f-r App
l'7-14-21-28 4/4
notice is hereby given that
lersigm d, di all ing to engage li
I. flctll ...ii- name 01
> I2S N B. Sixth St., Miami
1 register said name with
': 1 I the Cin .a '..in t ul li.nl.
i-1.
FRED K. BHOCHET
ETHEL SH( '.'III: r
3 21-28 4 I -11 -1 >
1323 Washington Avenue
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
He. undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
lit. iCtll IUS name III
MAOIO Cl IV BOTi 1.1: SUPPLY,
N W 27th Strei t, Miami, Fla ,
Intend d name with the
1 lerk ..f the cin .it Court ..( D*d
nty, 1
ISAAC EMMER
Jack M EMMER
Petitioners.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN.
am..1 neya f"i Petitions) -
< 11-21-28 4 1-11
Miami Beach
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undei signed, desiring <
iler the fictitious name .>f
SAVOY HOTEL 't 261 N W. Second
' Miami. 1... Is County, Ploi Ida
Intends to reglstei said name with the
ol the Cli 1 irt of l>a.l<
County, Florida
LILLIAN A REICH
HARRY DIETZ,
am..1 ney f..r appll. int.
Bids;.
I ll--.'I-^S 4/4-11
IN THE COUNTY "'I.r;.K f.'?-NTv!
IN AND FOR DADE OOUW"-
FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE
No I9038_
In Re Estate of JOSEPH MgJg
A/K/A JOSEPH GABBY MBJ
A/K/A JOSEPH OABBY. A K AW
GABBY, deceased _-
NOTICE TO '"1,"T0"~HW-
To All Creditors and I Peri |d
Ins claims or Demanda Agalsjii
Estate: ,,t harpby
Y..u. and each of >"' ar* anr
notified and required to V**'"
lalma and demanda "',"c* ,, the
either ..f you, mai nave asw K A
.tate of JOtePH MIl-LLR. a A
IOSEPH GABBY MII-l-KK. qS
IOS 1: P II OABBY. a K y pjj,
GABBY, deceased, late r.
County. Florida, to ," ;""", pade
lee in the County (^ffiTaW
Dade County. World... "'''" of ,m
alendar months from tl' oa cUin-
list publication h.;' N' -^ ad-
demands to cuntsln the^t u
HI.niton. County Judge of.
County, and file the ->""
first
dress"'"of"the" cli.lmant aV;^.
sworn to and present-J a^ ^^
Act.
e ertfi" be barred. See
120 of the lM '|"l:',,,') ij4J
,.-1:.'
As Administrator the
JOSEPH t"U.BR. A/* AKJ
Kl-ll liAHl'V ,J} JOS
JOSEPH GAHHV A a
OABBY. decease"'-
WASMAN 4 sii.\1;-k. ,or.
Attorneys for Admlnl"
3/28 4/4-11-H