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The Jewish Floridian ( April 9, 1948 )

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fewiisltUEIIiOiFiidliiaun %  Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 21—NUMBER 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS %  S Submits Palestine Trusteeship wish Forces Hold Off Attack irabs Suffer Many Casualties JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Arab ..,iila forces this week sufi-J one of the severest defeats the entire four-month-old war ii.'n they were hurled back from Jewish village of Mishmar •K. southeast of Haifa, after a Itle which lasted all night and ft of the day. Arab casualties believed to be 40 dead and v inded. Jewish casualties are kp..rtcd to be much lower. |The importance of the objective i!io Arabs was demonstrated T report that they used 25Dund cannon and armored veles in an unsuccessful attempt dislodge the Jewish defenders. is .ilibre of artillery is generic used against tanks and piling i niplavements and hitherto las been used only by the British Palestine. The attackers are Blieved to number between 1,000 pn


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PAGE TWO vjenistTkrMton I^AY.APWL, Beach V* Plans Formal Opening Formal opening of the new Miami Beach YM & WHA to take place on May 2nd. has been announced by Carl Weinkle, president of the Beach "Y* 1536 Bay Road. The "Y." which was completed and ready for occupancy on January 15th. was working under serious handicaps because of its incompleted facilities. Weinkle states. However, on May 2 the public will have an opportunity to view the building and grounds, which in the course of the last few months has been catering to about 3.000 people each week. Opening affair will be a combination meeting and dance. The meeting will include the nomination and election of new officers and the dance will feature the music of Mark Marks. All T Dance Tomorrow Night jnv To rollout Supplies For rvprus. Palestine Hadassah Child Welfare Project Begins Monday Miami group of Hadassah will hold their regular meeting M n day at 1 p.m. in the home of MrSheldon Kay. 1379 Venetian Way. San Marco Island. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Child Welfare chairman, will explain I tendants the details of the napkin project now being sponsored by the group to raise funds. Barry Gray, radio ..nnouncer and comedian, will be guest and Rose Marie G pantomime artist enl Sam Seitlin. chairman of the social committee of the M "V has announced plans for the first all "Y" dance to be held in the new building. 450 S W. 16th Ave.. Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock. Dave Tyler, maestro of the Beachcomber and two will furnish the music for continuous dancing, regular d..: and -umba. A • mbers of the Business and Pi • ojional Women's Division > 1 Hadassah will act as hostesses for the occasion. Proceeds del from tips that the young ladies receive will go toward th> rious projects of the club. Members of the committee serving with Seitlin are: I. Robert Beigens Mildred Berkowitz, Nat Blumberg. Esther Cohen. Harvey Dwoskin. Mrs. Harvej Dwoskin. Milton Friedman, Le •nora Jackson. Mrs. Ben Markowiu. Dorothy M Marx, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller. Hy Oren. George Rachlin. Herbert Rubin. Louis Seitlin. George Wolpert, Mrs J. F. Weinstein. Jennie %  tein. Admiss'on is SI.20 per person. including tax WI2VZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 6:45 P. M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Kaplan Heads X. Nliorr Lodge A. J. Kaplan. Miami attorney was elected president of the North Shore L idge. B'nai B'rith. at their last regular meeting held ; ; Temple Beth Sholom. Elected to serve with Kaplan the term April 1948 to April 1949 were 1st vice-pres.. Lie Solomon; 2nd vice pres.. Leonard Tobin: sec. Mark S in; financial sec Malcolm First; treas.. Sam Weinfeld: guardian. Dr. S. G Polak; and monitor, Jack Lawson. Trustees are Dr. Landau. Sam I vey, Melvin Richards. Nat Berkowitz: and council delt A. J. Kaplan. Lestei Laskv. L< wis Safft. 31 ti Di : PtmenJ of the Jewish W > ,!e,cd ip for coop, r.iiion in a nation-wide cam. to solicit food and clothing Cyprus and P..1irding to a statement lot! SI • De• enl C -inlander, who hu been designated by the nal resp msi:::, Fri( :: •>" m !a. I-.' Greenberg, prominent commun,.: ;!c s state %  %  thc %  the JWV will %  ve to secure con ty-w ide support lich is ing the approval of tin department C %  Saul Von Z Miami Bt ich i 1 -t : JWV nated A J Kaplan in %  .:. Beach activimmand< Obbie R thai of the Norman Bruce Brown p -• renting a representative of his post I enlist the s..; in the Mi inity. ••It State De• Jewish War Vetleast four train ind clothing will be through the coordinated efforl if Jewish and non-Jewish organizations and in%  i in nv %  the ri. food and clothing shortage of our co-religionists in 'he <: camps in Cyprus and in Palestine," Commander Roth stated. "Assembly points for collection of food and clothing. and the dates of the drive will be soon announced" Mrs. Lehrman Address** Hadassah In Hollywood For real Holiday Enjoyment! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZ0HS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal. Cake Meal. E Matzoh s. Noodles. Farfel, and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! Ambijan Concert Marks 29 Years In honor of the twentieth ansary of Birobidjan. the r Miami Ambijan commit:ng a concert celen Sunday in Miami Beach elementary school. 1420 Washn Ave. Katz, member "f the national Ambijan committee, will be guest speaker Si h Bracken Carney, noted I will feature the ted by Harry CarI ttv piano Raveena. record mimic artist, will offer several of her comedy pantomine repertoire. Also scheduled to appear is the '.k chorus under the direction of Lou:.P wesky, Tick • H.20 including tax ted at the door. Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, 690 N. W. 13th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-7405 PBRRINE PALMER* YOUR SHERIFF Paid Political Ad.rrt.i„, by fr ,. ndv Fust annual "Give-and-Take" Donor Luncheon of the Hollyand Ft Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah was held Tuesi.,v. March 30. at the Hollywood hotel, attended by 135 people. Blessing was given by Rabbi Raab of Temple Emanu-El Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs Louis J. Golden, president, greeted the guests and introduced ^ principal speaker. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. of Miami Beach Mis. Lehrman had been guest speaker at the first meeting of the Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale chapter of Hadassah. when it was organized a year ago. V. r m Flack, new president of th" Hollywood Zionist Organization, spoke on Zionism. Mrs. Ida Baum. chairman of the donor luncheon, reported that the 'Give-and-Take" Donor Luncheon put Hollywood and Ft Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah over the top for their quotas for all Hadassah projects — Youth Aliyah, Child Welfare. Hadassah Medical Organization, School Luncheons. Nutrition Edu'ation, Youth Refugee Rescue and Rehabilitation, and Land Reclamation. Miss Judy Nelson was gue c t artist, accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Lillian Nelson, former concert pianist. The program ended with benediction by Rabbi M. Kaufman of the Jewish Community Center in Hollywood. with Nelson mclude first rtce-pres, Norma J* second vice P:es.;Dav e u treas.; Abe Schafer. Cor 7* >ng sec; Florenci Abr recording sec. PKT CONTROL Soves Food Sores Property For the Control of Rots, Roochei, And TERMITES 44 W. f AGLER Phone 3 4841 123 22nd STREET Phone r ..3521 Miami Beach Since 0RKIN 1901 COMPLETE PEST CONTROL Masada Elects YHSOH President Ted Nelson was elected president of Masada at their regular meeting last week in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Over 150 people attended the gathering. Other officers chosen to serve MIAMI TOP SOU. 10. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Mutk and Marl —ny Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3871 1813 S. W. 21st Terra* EDDIE ALPER Ir >I*W* 10* t0*' 4 ,tic *"t "*&*!



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IY, APRIL 9, 1948 *Jewist ncridUaun PAGE THREE Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Palestine Issue: no longer any secret Jews in Palestine have heaveapons than anyone suspects Vnd they may even have at disposal small naval units btect immigration and muni[ships Such ships will be ling the shores of the Jewish on the day following the [h surrender of the Mandate here will be no fear of their intercepted by the British since Britain will no longer "boss" in Palestine's waters incidentally, it is a mistake Knk that the Jews in Pales[depend on American-made The lifting by the United of its arms embargo for Jewish fighters would, na|y. help to no small extent curing more weapons Its primary effect would be lip the Haganah get arms in fin European and Latin |ican countries at prices lower than are quoted at it These countries are (charging exorbitant prices filing munitions to the In Palestine, only because know that the Haganah can|uv arms in the United States I is a good deal of em| i in Washington ofcircles over the results of a completed by the ForfPolicy Association The blishes that the picture |nted to the American public ne danger of losing the next I if the U.S. does not get oil thi Middle East was defly i xaggeratad The direct pgic value of America of Midastein oil has been "decidedperst:essed," the study shows Dr. Bernard Brodie, professor Iternational Relations at Yale lersity and author of several on sea-power, naval stratand defense problems, di^d the study ... He asserts the first fundamental goal |trategic oil policy for the eri States must be the posses|"within our own territory or to it" of a vast fund of lily available oil To this he urges the encouragement ugh government subsidies of S and also the development synthetic oil industry. I no will bet on Amereventually sending troops to stine to implement the protrusteeship plan may not 3o losers As the situation at present, the United fcs may become the sole trustee of Palestine, since no other U.N. member wants to take the responsibility for enforcing trusteeship Being that Britain has again indicated its determination to leave Palestine—and the United States cannot afford to let Russia got a foothold therethere is practically no way out except for America to become the trustee of the Holy Land This is v/hy there are prediction? in Washington now that American troops will soon be sent to further exploration for oil within Palestine to replace "the British troops there ... It is, of course, possible that the U.S. trusteeship proposal may fail to get he necessary majority of votes at the United Nations The situation would then become even more confused and critical than it is today, and the U.S. would definitely be held responsible for it After paralyzing the work of the Palestine commission plus *he failure of its trusteeship proposal, the U.S. Grvernment would have to do something to bring about order in Palestine under all circumstances so as to avoid the possibility of a war—which Truman mentioned in his statement on trusteeship This again would require the dispatch of American troops to Palestine Incidentally, an important American Jewish leader who can by no stretch of the imagination be suspected of sympathies to Communism, this week warned Truman that his reversal on Palestine may push many Jews in Palestine into the hands of the Soviets, considerably against their wi'l They will have to fight for their verv lives after the termination of the Mandate and they may therefore be compelled to seek aid from Russia if the democratic countries remain indifferent to their fate. • • • RUSSIA IN FLUX: Much of the pre-war Jewish life in Soviet Russia has now been changed The Jewish settlements in Crimea and the Ukraine are today far from what they were before the Nazi invasion of these territories Many of the settlers were killed by the Nazis VOTE FOR •JOHN H. YATES Overseas Veteran. World War II Circuit Judge. Group 7 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade CountyFla. Pd. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES VOTE FOR T. I. ADKINS For CONSTABLE DISTRICT No. 1 Experience Efficiency Courtesy and Honesty Your Vote end Support Will Be Appreciated 10 Years Deputy Sheriff 3 Yean juvenile Officer Subject to Democratic Primary. May 4th Paid Political Adv. HOTEL PRESIDENT MADISON ON THE OCEAN AT 38th ST.. MIAMI BEACH SEDER SERVICES will be celebrated tpril 23rd and 24th, 7:00 P. M. Services Conducted By Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale CORINNE GOODMAN, MEZZO SOPRANO For Reservations PHONE NORMAN, MAITRE D'HOTE, 5-0741 AIR-CONDITIONED DINING ROOM and much of the Jewish land there is no longer Jewish This is why much of the information on Jews in "Russia in Flux," by Sir John Maynard, just pub'isheH by Macmillan, is not exactly up to date However, from the historical point of view, the book contains interesting facts on Jewish life under the Soviet regime The author devotes much space to the Jewish autonomous region of Biro-Bidjan and to the quasi-autonomous slatus which Jews enjoy in Crimea, Byelorussia and the Ukraine Numerous Jewish Soviets there, he snvs, are conducting all their transactions in Yiddish The Jewi.-.h regional Soviet in the Kherson district, in the Ukraine, had a Jewish Police Commissioner with a small jail >vh?re the records were kept in Yiddish There are a considoraole number of courts in the Ukraine and White Russia where business is conducted entirely in Yiddish There are Jewish police in Kiev and a Jewish registration office for marriages and divorces in Odessa conducted in Yiddish The author claims tnat there has been some growth of anti-Semitism in the U.S.S.R and attributes it to "the large number of Jews employed in public offices" The Soviet Government, he says, is mobatting anti-Semitism but is, in fact, neither pronor antiJewish "It simply gives thf. Jews the same encouragement which it gives to other nationalities, while discouraging the separation which appears to be involved in Zionism," he establishes ... As I said before, some Dan Rosenthal Off For Texas Dan Rosenthal, activities director of the Miami YM & WHA, is leaving Friday to accept the position of executive director at the Jewish Community Center in Touston, Texas. His post here is to be filled by Julius Samuels from New York. Prior to serving four years in the Army Air Corps, Rosenthal was a director of the Jewish Center of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was discharged as a captain before coming here, having spent 18 months overseas in North Africa. While in the community Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal have been residing at 2625 S.W. 24th Ave. American Veterans Com. Presents "Blithe Spirit" Prop Theatre of the American Veterans Committee, Miami Beach Chapter, will present Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" at the Miami Beach High school Saturday and Sunday. The cast, under the direction of Mike LeBoyer, has been preparing the production for four months. Curtain will rise at 8:30 p.m. Tickets, at $1.00 plus tax, will be sold at the door. AVC Party Miami Beach Chapter of American Veterans Committee will honor the showgirls of Greater Miami at a cocktail party, to be held at the Atlantis hotel, Sunday, April 11, from 4 to 6 p.m. All showgirls in the area, as well as members from the various chapters of AVC, are invited to attend. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 20727. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES RURIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of CHARLES RUBIN, dec. as, d. into of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In Ills orfire In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or name will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date April 2. A. D. 1948. GEORGE RUBIN LOUIS RUBIN As Administrators of the Estate of CHARLES RUBIN. DecaMOd GKORGB J. TAXJANOFF Attorney for Administrators 4/9-16-23-30 of the facts about Jewish life in the U S.S.R. as given by Sir John, ar? out of date, but readers interested in Russia will find the book of greet value since it is one of the best studies of modern Russia. Middle-Aged Woman Wishes to Share Her Home with Couple All Home Privileges 990 S. W. 11th Street Phone 9-6893 -. > DOUBLE ROOM IN KOSHER HOME KITCHEN PRIVILEGES VERY REASONABLE 1544 N. W. 1st St. Middle-aged Man, Neat Appearance Wishes inside position to make himself generally useful.. Salary no object Write Mr. C. Care of The Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973. Miami 20th ANNIVERSARY OF BIROBIDJAN 1928 1948 Grand Concert Celebration Moishe Katz, Guest Speaker—Member Natl. Com. Ambijan Sarah Bracken Carney, Violinist assisted by Harry Carney, Pianist Raveena—Record Mimic Artist Jewish Folk Chorus—Louis Powesky, Conductor SUNDAY, APRIL II. 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Elementary School, 1420 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach $1.20 Tax Incl. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now for a Glorious Holiday at the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE The well-known Cantor Malek will conduct the Seder Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone 5-4691. Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER 11 Kill MIAMI "y INAUGURAL DANCE SA 11 III! \l. AI'llll. leth in the n ] 150 S.W. 16th Avenue TWO BANDS I SMOOTH 3 llon'i Miss this Spring Danee Entertainment Meet All Your Friends at an Old Time Get-together" Tickets $1.00 plus tax



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PAGE FOUR vjenistfk****" 7 FRIDAY EDITORIAL has been MU Sinai For quite some time the public perturbed by the lack of definite information on the proposed Ml. Sinai Hospital. The board of trustees issued the following statement dated April 1, 1948, tided "What Are the Facts About Mt. Sinai?" During the winter season of 1946-47, a campaign was conducted to raise S2,500,000 (based on estimated costs at the time) to bi-ild a 200bed non-sectarian, non-profit general hospital to be known as the Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc. The public was told, during the campaign "We expect to begin construction in 1947, and it is hoped that Mt. Sinai Hospital will open its doors in 1948." The campaiqn was successful in reaching almost the entire goal in pledges, and a large sum of monev was cctually collected. This is April, 1948. Construction of Sinai Hospital has not begun, nor has a been selected. Mt. site Why 0 The board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital wants to place before the public the reasons When the campaign was undertaken, we had no definite site or specific building plans in view. We were motivated by the urgent need for additional hospital beds in Greater Mami. But we were very well aware of the highly inflated costs confronting us, and we chose to move cautiously in spending the money made available to us by the public. During the camcrn, a site committee began to investigate locations, and to report its findinqs. trly in 1947. before a site had been selected, we lecrned that the Veterans Administration intended to vacate the Nautilus Hospital on Miami Beach, and that this property would be sold by the WOT Assets Administration. We rl the property would probably be sold at a fair price, and we were agreed that it i be mcst desirable for Mt. Sinai Hospital. If we could acquire the Nautilus property, we would have succeeded in some measure in meeting the problem of inflated costs. We went on record immediately as being interested in acquiring Nautilus end we were probably the very first group to do so. We had no way of know : na how lonq it would be before the WAA would be ready to sell Nautilus. Almost a full year has passed and the WAA has still not publicly announced the property for sale, although it has been on the point of doing so for several months. There have been many delays over which we have had no control whatever. Meanwhile, other groups have announced their intention to seek to acquire Nautilus .We take this as further evidence of the general desirability of the property. Although these other qroups can in no way alter the position of Mt. Sinai in its application for Nautilus, their entry into the picture undoubtedly complicates matters. We are now advised that the property will be announced for sale very soon. We are prepared to make our case before the WAA one of the strongest, based upon the following facts: 1. Mt. Sinai Hospital is probably the only orgamzation with sufficient funds available at once to take over Nautilus and begin opera*£££ £# Eft* L organized anti-Semitic activity m 1947^than at any time since 1933 there was, s.multaneously ""erv real increase in unorganized ant**-* to By unorganized anti-Semitism was meant Svidual host.lity again* Jews and d*cnmm. m on the economic social and educational level. The wane in organized anti-Semitism is an encouraging sign. But the concomitant rise in unorganized anti-Semitism holds dangerous imThe avowed and organized antiplicctions. Semites car. be met and challenged. Their propaganda can be exposed. If in the course of their -mongering campaign they clash with the law they car. be prosecuted. Unorganized antiSer.-. the other hand, is an elusive target he:\ce, more difficult to tackle. The extent to which "unorganized anti-Semit(8 beer, conditioned by "organized antiSe ... within the realm of conture. Bat it would be folly to think that there is no r£ ip whatsoever between them. Dark forces are clouding the American horizon even cs the world is still struggling to emerge fr on] ne of Hitlerdom. The war hysteria ch is currently sweeping the country is playing into the -i the bigots and hate mongers. The anti-Semitic propaganda which the Arab states let loose in the U.S. is having its effect. The Hitlerites in America are still dreaming dreams of power. The rise in unorganized anti-Semitism is a symptom of the times and a danger signal of what lies ahead for Jewry if the world does not regain its sanity. tions with minimum delay. 2. Mt. Sinai Hospital is the only organization that can offer hospital operation experience (Alton Road Hospital). 3. Mt. Sinai Hospital is the only organzation prepared to make of Nautilus what Greater Miami needs most—a first-class general hospital, fully equipped to care for the people of this community and its visitors. Mt. Sinai Hospital will provide service and research in all departments, both general and specific. To the all important question "What ii Mt. Sinai does not succeed in acquiring Nautilus hospital?" the following was stated. In the event that all of our efforts fail, we are prepared to go ahead immediately with the purchase of a site, and the preparation of plans and specifications. At such time, we will be faced with the condition as to ccsts which is described by a survey among hospital architects made by the magazine HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT, (February, 1948): Prices per cubic foot are now being quoted at SI.00 to SI.50, against a pre-war cost of 65c to 85c; prices per bed (exclusive of furnishingsi are now being quoted up to S2G,0C0 against a pre-war cost of S5.000. We have followed a course of action dictated by our sincere desire to prov.de the best hospital possible within the means available Time has been lost; but a very great deal may thereby be gamed. Yi'hivvvmvnl Despite the unexpected •fowish Center Honors Talianoff At the Annual Jewish Center dinner held last week at the Vichotel. George J. Talianoff. one of the prominent leaders of the Center, was honored. Talianoff. an attorney in Miami Beach, and director of the Florida Regional office of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, joined the membership of the Jewish Center two years ago and within a short time became active in the work of the organization. He was asked to assume the responsibility of chairmanship of the Center's recent building fund drive and under his direction brought the drive to a successful financial conclusion. In appreciation for his efforts Talianoff was presented with a ltis< ;i\ ii' Kennel Open April 14. A week from Friday 16, will see the spring opening! of Florida's oldest greyhound ing center, the Biscay ne K. Club, and the start of this spring dog racing schedule through May 31. Staging a highly successful fall meeting. Biscayne's gates have been closed during the Beach, West Flagler and H wood meetings that will have completed their schedule by Thursday night. April 15. Under the Florida State Racing Commission supervision, popular and spacious Biscayne moves towards its spring meeting with -merqenciei I grave setbacks that have occ ,. n ed duhnc months. Jews in some areas of Europe QM| I ginning to climb out of the shadows andmlr if slowly—toward revival. This is the stirrinq assur-nce of ( annual report of the Joint Dis-oution ComJ? issued this week. The report telis in inten2 detail how the JDC spent S73.31l.500 last vea I funds provided chiefly by the American \Z I community through the United Jewish Am augmented by generous gifts from the je! South Africa, Canada, Latin America and &\ lands. JDC's hand was extended in brothetW to nearly 1.000,000 of our fellow Jews, braZ them relief from suffering and \ ope for the SI Providing basic needs—food, clothing and ihtWl —was JDC'e chief concern, 'ihrough canlesj cash grants and some 85.000,000 pounds J urgently needed supplies from the United StsJ alone, relief in the form of food end other nectsl ties was furnished to 750,000 hungry, Jews. If this vast achievement stood alone it QMJ well be hailed as an unprecedented accompli ment—but it is only part of the total petal Throughout its long history of a third of a cental of constructive aid the JDC har never been| tent with meeting day by day i.eeds. It has lail tionally looked beyond the requirements d A moment and striven toward bunding a morei cure future for the people it undertook to hdJ To this end in 1947 JDC extended protective ( to 137,000 of the 182,000 surviving Jewish i Children and young adults in every Eu land were enabled to attend schools a versities. Hundreds of thousands oi sick andi Jews received medical care Ihrough JDC's 1 program. Nor were the cultural and reli needs of Europe's Jews overlooked in the I of the almost overwhelming task of reb every phase of Jewish life. These are solid accomplishments to we can look with pride. But perhaps the heartening note in the JDC report concerns ill with the progress made in some areas self-support and independence Through a i struction program started in 1946 and implen in 1947, some 103,000 Jews—wage earners I their families on JDC relief rolls one year fl were assisted to self-support. At the same Ii 42.000 young people were given opportuns| to learn new skills or to brush up on old onatl JDC-supported Hachsharoth, or training cen| Firm in the realization that only throw emigration can the problems o: a large nunM of survivors.be solved, JDC carried forwardll historic role of helping Jews go where they i Owing to governmental restrictions beyond f control, the numbers were not as large o i would hope, but 30,000 aided c teach permtr havens is no small achieveme:.:. From %  we may be confident that when large-scale 1 migration opportunities are opened up, the f will be on hand, lending every effort to f the uprooted on their way to new homes mi United States, Palestine and other lands. The needs of Europe's Jews whil e ftlfj for a chance to go to Palestine or to reesta themselves in their native lands, are still ur The months ahead call for inci<./sed Worldwide N e 7„. National Editorial AMoa t ^ can Aoaoeiat.on of E A-0< |*# N.wepaoera. FloH ^ A Tf*. 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)AY, APRIL 9, 1948 + leisli Meridian irrises To live Louisville low on a motor trip that will j. them through Florida and a t .\v Orleans, are Mr. and Mrs. bine L. Harris who were united lafternoon of March 28 in the ridian hotel by Rabbi Joseph Ranch of Louisville, Ky. The imony was followed by a re(ion for wedding guests and by a family dinner in the jl,, former Miss Rosalyn Gold|n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. m Goldstein of 840 Lenox Ave., turn Beach, and Harris, son of and Mrs. Abe Harris, 9524 trie Ave., Miami Beach, will Uk' in Louisville following Li. honeymoon. Miss Phyllis Goldstein was maid honor for her sister. Brideswere the Misses Betty pi.vn, Gloria Farkas and RoseL.-v Harris, sister of the groom. Mrs. Harris fc-he groom's brother, Marvin Mrs. Bessie Wilke and son, Edris served as best man. Ushers ward, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. %  ded Melvin Greene, Bill Sam Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. I and Irving Goldstein, Is a r Gerber, Newark. IKS. n of the bride. M.s Harris is a graduate of I Beach High school. She 1 I the University of Miami I she was active in Hillel, was a member of Clara Hirsh 1 chapter, B'nai B'rith 1 n. veteran of the Marines, Har•i-nded the Universities of : ina and Indiana and was a %  er of Sigma Alpha Mu i-nity. In Miami he was a t.ber of Tropical lodge, B'nai and is affiliated w!th MidI Mortgage company in LouisHlle. i .,-of-town guests for the octa ncluded Mr. and Mrs. Pete an, Louisville; Mr. and |Mr Jack Kaplan, and Mrs. [S Krupp, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. I allivan. New Orleans; Mr. lane Mrs. Nathan Fisher and son, 111 id. West Englewood, N. J.; Rabbi Zwitman Unites Danbaums Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel of Miami officiated at the wedding of Mrs. Bertha Malamut, president of the Versailles hotel, and Ben F. Danbaum of Miami Beach yesterday at high noon. Following the ceremony, attended by the immediate families only, Mr. ahd Mrs. Danbaum flew to New York where they are to spend two weeks at the WaldorfAstoria. They plan a spring vacation in Atlantic City and Washington, following which they will hold a reception and cocktail party for their friends of Miami and Miami Beach in the Gulfstream room of the Versailles hotel, May 2. Miss Lewis Receives Regional Hadassah Post Miss Selma Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 1211 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, was recently chosen education chairman of the Southern and South Eastern regions of Junior Hadassah. The two regions include the states of L o u i s i a n a, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Miss Leuits Among Miss Lewis' activities locally are vice president and education chairman of the Greater Miami chapter, Junior Hadassah; treasurer. Young Judaea Leaders' Council; Advisor to the Young Judaea's Council; and leader of the Young Judaea "Yagour" group. She is also a founder and board member of the Junior League (formerly the Young People's League) of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and a representative of the Miami Beach Jewish Young Adult council. Miss Baar .loins June Brides-to-be B'nai B'rith Hour Is Dedicated To ADL The B'nai B'rith hour heard each Monday over station WWPB from 9 to 10 p.m. will be devoted this week to the Anti-Defamation League. Speakers scheduled to be heard include Sidney Myer, Rabbi Colman Zwitman, George Talianoff and Gilbert Balkin. .TRY FUR STORAGE AT HOME Miss Lewis is on the faculties of both the Hebrew Academy and Temple Beth Sholom Sundayschool and attends a Teachers Institute sponsored by the Bureau o^ Jewish Education. Miss Baar Miss Joy Baar has chosen June 20 for the date of her marriage to Bernard Harold Levine of Chicago. Their engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Howard Klivans, 3175 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Levine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Levine, Wausau, Wis. Both of the couple attended the University ol Wisconsin. Obituary MRS. QOLDIE KOPPELMAN Age 57, of 2420 Flamlnc" Dr.. Miami lipach. died Sunday night :tt her home. A resident r.f Mlnrui Beach for the past four years, 8he cam'' from Loulsvllle. Ky. She Is survived by her husband. Myer, and three daughters, Jean and Kvelyn. all r>f Miami Beach, and Mrs. Leon Sherman of Louisville She worked with the Hadassah and B'nai U'rith during her residence here. The hodv was sent by the Riverside Memorial chapel to Louisville for burial services. B & P Meeting Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting Monday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the YMHA, Miami Beach. A special program for the eveing will feature Rabbi Murray Grauer as guest speaker. A skit in honor of the Passover holidays will be in charge of Beatrice Karg, one of the members of the j organization. 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: r\\JL, OIA Goldstein Opens Office For Public Accounting Benjamin Goldstein, certified public accountant, opened his office April 5 at 1616 duPont Bldg for public accounting and tax consulting. He was formerly comptroller for Standard Wines and Liquors. inc in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein came here from New York three years ago where he had received his C.P.A. certificate in 1926 and wa? engaged in accounting, tax work ana legal practice before moving to Miami. They reside at 4334 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. State Zionists The First Annual Florida Zionist State Conference, assembled in Orlando on Sunday. 28th. rededicated the Z.O.A in that State to continued, unremitting labors on behalf of the establishment of the Jewish Staf? in Palestine and set up machinery foi int •' rk on tru Miami Hadassah Monthly Meeting Honors Passover Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday. April 12th. at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Mrs. Sam Simonh gram chairman. will present Al Gannes of the Bureau Education and Mrs David Wi man. who are using the theme. •Passover 1948—Life or D. for a discussion. Mrs. Louis Heiman. chairman of ing committi i assist! dames Harry Rubin. Ned Sail. Oscar Lelchuck, Raymond Rubin and Sam Sapiro will present the slate for the ( Mt-j Newman, chairman u !; collect linens and lot rxg Mrs Edwai %  J '" rome G men. will preside al • ..: members. From the Exodus and forever after GOOD, KOSHER WINE! HOROWITZ • MARGARETEN OLD-FASHIONED PASSOVER WINES HOROWITZ MARGARETEN ore just like home-made! The finest, most delicious you can buy! And UNQUALIFIEDLY Kosher — made exclusively by strict Sabbath observers ... under scrupulous Rabbinical supervision from pressing through bottling. S&S3&) "1U 1 will officiate ^1 Reception a oe held a J evening fro,,. 8 to i 0 p !" *l fam.l/s home. 2477 S W ^1 trustee; and Dudley M Ca, alternate rep. "sentative 71 Grand Lodge 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 Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Meschelof f Congregation Beth Jacob. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route salesman



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inference of Women's Organizations o Spearhead SOS Drive Starting April 20 I The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade unty has undertaken to spearead the S.O.S. Clothing and Food Irive for the period of April 20 hrough May 21. Mrs. Freda Newman, Miami and frnmi Beach chairman Mrs. Jack Falk announced at a recent Meeting of all organizational LOS. chairmen that this emergCicy drive for clothes and canned pi idistuffs is of the utmost imbrtanee and urgency at this time ecause of the great need exist(jg among the European Jews or these articles. There will be two central colfeition depots, one in Miami and fee in Miami Beach, where donors till be able to bring their packges beginning April 19. The advisory committee as anlounced by the co-chairman is follows: Miss Ethel Mintzer, Ira Monte Selig, Mrs. A. J. fobin and Mrs. Sidney Weinraub. ..il committee chairmen Mrs. George Goldberg, Sunlay .schools; Mrs. Morris Alpert and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, new clothing; and Mrs. George Chertkof, publicity. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Falk at 58-3620, or Mrs. Newman at 82-5789 or 9-2664. AUTO GLASS I:.-tailed While You Walt Full Line of | Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 B'nai B'rith Statewide Membership Drive Starts On April 11 A state-wide membership drive will be launched by B'nai B'rith on April 11, it has been announced by Harold Turk, state membership chairman. Six adult lodges and four women's chapters in the greater Miami area are laying plans for a 10 day concentrated membership campaign to expand the ranks of B'nai B'rith which now totals 3,000 persons. Kick-off affairs have been planned during the past week by the men's lodges and a total goal of 200 has been set, with Sholem Lodge and Miami Beach Lodge aiming for 50 new members each and Tropical, Isaac Levin, Coral Gables and North Shore Lodges expecting to enroll 25 new men each. Sholem Women Invite Newcomers To Meeting Sholem Lodge Women of B'nai B'rith have extended a special invitation to new American citizens to attend their next meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami. foeftyt* SWIM* %  STCMM* P^X ROKEACH Aos^NYAFAT Yet, do your Patsover cooking, baiting, and frying with this purely vegetable product. It helps make your foods tastier, more wholesome, more easily digestible. Use It all year 'round. Your grocer has it. Ask for it by name. Look for th special "KOSHER FOR PASSOVER" l.btl on tn# Ur Fulton Charges Administration For Palestine Reversal James Fulton, U.S. representative from Pennsylvania, told attendants at the Beach district Zionist dinner Sunday that Congress was not consulted before the administration proposal was made to reverse the United Nations ruling on Palestine partition The Republican stated that such a decision should have been presented to Congress before it was adopted a.': American policy, if a bipartisan program were to be followed. In charge of arrangements for Sunday's affair in the GrossingerPancoiist hotel, Miami Beach, was Seymour Rubin. On the committee with him were Isadore Goldberg, Alex Van Straaten, Alfred Stone and Dr. David S. Andron. Hollywood Lodge B'nai B'rith will sponsor a meeting in observance of Pan American Day on Thursday. April 15, at 8 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center in that city. The program will be under the direction of Louis Charnow and was arranged in conjunction with the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. Music Council Seeks Singers Jewish Music Council has announced that several more singers are needed for the Bialik Singers, a newly organized choral group under the direction of Leon Shiff. Auditions and rehearsals are held every Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, VOTE FOR •JOHN H. YATES Assure Fair. Honest and Impartial Administration of Justice Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit. Dade County. Fla. Pd. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES Chase Ave. and 41st St., Miami Beach. Further information is directed to 7-1881 or 5-6819. The Roosevelt School at Hyde Park, N. Y. Private resident elementary school for boys and girls. Most modern school buildings and all facilities on beautiful estate adjoining Roosevelt Shrine. Now accepting enrollments for the fall semester of September, 1948. Dietary laws observed Catalog on Request DANIEL THOTZKY. Direcioi New York Office: 1775 Broadway Telephone: Circle 7-7215 I ., Emunah Chapter Plans Parties A benefit games party will be given by the # loyalty club of Emunah chapter, Order of Eastern Star, at the home of Charlotte Schwartz, associate matron, 1005 N.W. 6th St. Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Welfare chairman, chairman, Frances Brown, and her committee, Sadie Weiss, Elsie Lake, Celia Auslander and Ethlyn Hittelman, will be hostesses. Emunah chapter also plans a party and entertainments for the children of the National Children's Cardiac Home, 4250 West Flagler St. at 2 p.m. Sunday. April 18. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Hittleman will be hostesses. Entertainment will be provided by the following children: Teddy Kahova, Stewart Hittleman and Sheldon Hittleman. Bureau Nominates Slate of officers for the Bureau of Jewish Education to be elected this month were named at the last meeting of the Bureau, March 30, including: honorary pies., Louis Heiman; Max Meisel, pies.; David Isen and Dr. David Andron, vice presidents; Israel Shapoff, secretary; and Mrs. Matilda Ratner, treas. Rabbi Max Shapiro headed the nominations committee. It's Time For Your SPRING VACATION SAFETY HARBOR SPA —off season rates effective now— The ideal spot for that much needed rest and recreation. Luxurious surroundings, swimming in beautiful outdoor, mineral-waters pool. Twenty acres of landscaped grounds. Massages, steam and cabinet baths, osteopathic treatments; compatible diets under direction of trained dieticians. For Recreation Rest Rejuvenation come to the SAFETY HARROR SPA Salem H. Baranoff, Director SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA 6 miles East of Clearwater Rabbi Shapiro, Speaker Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the regular Wednesday luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist district this week in the National hotel, Miami Beach at 12:15 p.m. CAMP CAMP ENROLL NOW DELANORE 30th s.... n DELAWAXEN for girls 6-16 FEE $550 (All Incl) for boys 6-16 BAMBI HALL for Children 4-6. Expert guidance and care. "IN THE POCONOS"— ZVt hours from New York Daniel Trotsky. Director 1775 Broadway. N.Y.C. Circle 5-8925 Uncle Herb and Aunt Belle are happy to announce registration for: CAMP OSCEOLA Two Separate Camps for Jewish Children (est. 1924) FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS on Mills River on Lake Osceola Horse Shoe. N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. Member: American Camping Association Resident doctor and nurse, modern sanitation, mature staff, 2500 ft. elevation, all outdoor and water sports, including horseback riding, American Jewish cuisine. Continuing our policy of Sabbath Services and Jewish values as established by the late Rabbi Dr. George Solomon, of Savannah, Ga. CAMP FATHER AND CAMP MOTHER: MR. AND MRS. MORRI8 (POP AND MOM) SEGAL Directors and Owners: Herbert Silver. B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Belle Segal Silver. L.L. B.A. 950 Jefferson Ave. ami Beach. Fla. Phone: 5-5975 — 5-4239 VANS RETURNING EMPTY New York, Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago MIAMI STORAGE AND VAN CO. INC. Agents for ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. AND VAN CO. 156 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-8284 ELECT Paid Political Ailv. DARREY A. DAVIS STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 For Passover Pleasure and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM SWEET HI III:II KOSHER FOR PASSOVER And All Year'Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that the name 3kea£dfone% appears on every product ,1! *. i 1 I



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_-cx^yPersonally Speaking... Spending several weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 17 Majorca Ave.. Coral Gables, is Miss Rita Grossman. Miss Grossman, former news editor oi the Jewish Floridian, is now connected with the Jewish Agency for Palestine in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. 2370 S.W. 4th St., have announced the birth of a daughter, Edith Kay, March Zi. Miss Phyllis Pearl celebrated her tenth birthday Y^^ She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 b.w. 12th St. *, Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman have moved into their new home at 811 E. DiLido Drive, DiLido Island. A daughter, Ilene Lynn, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Teitler of 6357 S.W. 14th St. on April 4. Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schneider, are visiting here from New York. Mr and Mrs. Max Bronstein of Philadelphia who are staying at the Royal Palm hotel, entertained at dinner last week. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff of Miami; Mrs. S. Bronstein of the Royal Palm hotel; and Louis Sionsky and Miss May Oman of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen, H S.W. 38th Ct., have a new daughter, Loretta Renee. Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal and Mr. and Mrs. George Adler have returned from a cruise along the intra-coastal waterway and the trans-Florida waterway, spending some time at Palm Beach and at Stuart, Florida. The trip was made aboard the Adlers' boat, "Ronny III." A boy, Alan Selig, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Glackman of 5916 La Gorce Dr., Miami Beach. + Abner Hirsch and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Greenblatt of Atlanta, Ga., brother, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Joseph Cohen of 147 S.E. 3rd St., Miami, have returned to their home town. Wh.le visiting here they stayed at the Tower hotel. + Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen, 2359 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, have a new son, Michael Steven. ^ 6 BIG PORTIONS MADY TO SERVE HOT OR COLD The way you remember ii! Traditionally tasteful, kitchen-made from an Old World retipe. Mother's clear broth comes to a delicious jell after a few hours in the refrigerator. Get your jars today • >o inexpensive! jj Certainly it's Kosher and Pareve. At your Jj grocer's now. fto* IMI sroniss KITCHINS OF I MOIHiri fOOO WODUCTJ. INC., NtWAlK, N.J. %  COLIN ENGLISH Opposes a General SALES TAX Becout* o general iol*i to" ii a rionc to "• buiint which hoi . at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, Rabbi Irving iating. A reception red the services in the cenA -, s given in honor ol liu • :• family and • the Colonial school thl confirmand att 1 I • Less. wners of both thi C Chil Miami Beach. Jliss Ku.M'lnir AIIHOUIMMV** Troili Sackett Bar Coleman Sackett and Mrs. M,lt on S.'V. 26th L H Sackett, w was Bar lr" yesterday "mining at ,,* H^rewS.. nd ^M Krega-.mn, ,: -u Simon A !>| ficiatintr. n A P^*1 Heception v,.ll be held W | ro.w evening at -.he ShelhonZl tel. Miami V n ^{gj the family. Miss Kuschner Benjamin Kuschner has an.; thi 1 •• agement of his Miriam, to Arnold Nos ,;-.. n '•• and Mrs Louis h r.f Washington. The wedling planned for May. Miss Kuschnei attended New university .mil ••'. in the U S Nurse Cadet She is making her home now in Mcphis. Tcnn. Miss Uoldman Wed To Klein Miss Mildred Goldman, daught,.. 0 f Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman. and Morris Charles Klein, son of Mrs. Esther Klein of Jamaica. L r. were united last night by Rabbi Murrav Grauer in the home the bride, 1843 N.W. 1st St. Miss Goldman who came here Chicago attended schools there. She is a member of the Miami Y and sings for the Golden Age group at their weekly meetings. Kl, :n. the athletic director of t':. 1 Mi mi Y. was graduated from the University "ol Miami where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Pni fraternity and of the foottall squad. He served in the Navy for three and a half years. After a honeymoon in Miami the Kleins are to reside in Miami. Synagogue Program The Living Synagogue," a il and religious program, is being conducted Saturday mornings by Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale. The broadcast is heard over station WINZ at 9:15 a.m. JftW HOTEl BEST WISHQ FOR A HAPPY PASSOYa The true beauty of ourTi itional Passover willbermj ducted by t promin Cantor. Dietary Laws observed. Limited Reservations are being accepted for the 8 of Passover. Telephone 5-6701 Ownersh.t -Managemal SAMUEL M. GRUNDWB. MORRIS NEWMABI TIDES HOTEL, 1220 OCE AN DRIVE MIAMI BS ACH. FLA. Ii you live anywhere in DADE COUNTY you can VOTEbl JOHN C. JOHNSON Broad Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad of 3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, have invited friends to attend the Bar Mitz.vah of their son. Morris, in Temple Beth m, Miami Beach, tomorrow morning Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate Reception follows the services in the Temple. Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3 Lloyd Butler I. Doer X JOHN C. JOHNSON^ I. D. 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fr. Salo Baron leard At T 5r. Salo Baron, one of the outknding Jewish historians and Ithorities on Jewish communal e in America, will be guest at [joint meeting of the Town and each Ys on Sunday evening, pril 18, at 7 o'clock at the new awn Y building, 450 S.W. 16th vc. [ Dr. Baron is to lead a discusor. on the Jewish Welfare sard survey and its relation to le individual Jewish Centers and I s [ The guest speaker is professor Jewish history, literature and tstitutions at Columbia universif, and has served as lecturer in St Department of history for the kwish Institute on Religion. He a member of the executive nmittee for the American Jewh Historical Society and to wellHown for his writings on hisncal subjects. Buffet dinner will be served at meeting at the cost of $1.00 person. Invitations are limited members of both boards and •.sentatives from Federation, Bureau of Jewish Education, t the Jewish synagogues. Frome Bar Mitzvah Mrs. Bernard Frome has invited friends of the family to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her son, Shel-| don William, tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-' gregation. Re-! ception will be I held at their* home, 950 S.W. 12th Ave. Sunday at 5 p.m. Frome Out-of-town guests for the occasion include Mr. and Mrs. Israel Frome of Webster, Mass., and Allan Zamansky of Washington, ft'oppellia' Seen if Kdison Hig h I ballet troupe of Miami, Dancecrafters," will appear e in the Miami Edison high chool Monday evening, April 19, %  resenting the three-act number 1 llia." Choreography is by d Ostfeld, European artist rho will dance the leading role. ie all-Miami cast of 30 preHi wed their performance in •Iiiliywood last month as their hrsl production. Instruction for the numbers has been by Hildegaide, local dance instructor, who og> ther with Ostfeld organized ^he company. Some of the principal dancers [include Jean Marie Clarke, Janet iQuartin, Myra Jo May, Myrna IWilliers, Hollis Morrison, Sandra [Bloom, Carol Washer and others. Music is by Leo Delibes. Tickets for the forthcoming (performance are on sale at Bur[< % %  m s. Miami It. & P. To Meet On Monday Nomination of officers for the coming elections in May will take place at the regular business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The meeting will take place Monday, evening, 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Miss Alice Cohen, chairman of the Jewish National Fund project will collect the J.N.F. boxes Beach Y Teen-Agers Conduct Seder Services Teen Age Council of the Miami Beach YM & WHA will conduct a Passover Seder on Thursday, April 22nd at 7 p.m., according to Budd Cutler, adviser of the council. The affair will be entirely a product of the teen agers of the community. The Seder, which will include the singing of appropriate songs, a Passover play by the teen age dramatic group and dancing of Hebrew and Palestinian dances, will be attuned to modern times, Cutler added. Committees in charge of arrangements for the affair are: food, Rachelle Habib, Phyllis Goldstein, Eleanore Goodman and Marsha Harris; decoration, Marvin Goodman, Sandy Margolis, Bomb Somerstein; publicity, carol Solomon, Gene Yulish, Joel Bernstein; tickets, Dolores Peckerman, Bomb Somerstein; religious, Martin Smith and Herbert Buchwald. Cost for the Seder will be 50c per person. Girls Baseball Series Greater Miami area will have its first opportunity of seeing the nation's greatest girl baseball players and teams in acuSSTYH^t during the next several weeks under sponsorship of the Miami Shores, Miami Beach, and North Miami Optimists' Clubs. ELECT JESS YARBOROUGH For Your County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 1 VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE "PROGRESS WITH JESS" Pd. Political Adv. which have been distributed June. among the members. Plans will be formulated for the donor dinner to be held in May for the installation of officers dinner in Vofe For FULLER WARREN All Florida's Candidate For GOVERNOR RECOGNIZED AUTHORITY ON GOOD GOVERNMENT EXPERIENCED SINCERE* CAPABLE WIN WITH WARREN Political Adv. Paid lor by rrind ol Fultar War:n Re-Elect ROSS WILLIAMS Circuit Judge GROUP ONE TEN YEARS JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE Paid Political Adv. New Zionist Group A new revisionist Zionist organization was formed recently [at the home of Mrs. Minnie Schiller, 540 15th St., Miami h. Next meeting will be held MonIday at the Miami YM & WHA. | P njnmin Gershenson, who has si ent considerable time in the Middle East, is serving as teml ry chairman. S. E. "Doc." SPAULDING For COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 1 Pioneer Business Man SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY DESERVING CAUSE Paid Political Adv. WILLIAM A. -BILL' HERIN CIRCUIT JUDGE (GROUP ONE) WORLD WAR D VETERAN 39 YEAR RESIDENT OF MIAMI PRACTICING ATTORNEY 15 YEARS Paid Politic*! Adv. IIHIIHW—*—mUMW' T "'""""'"'"l f "*"'"""""'""''" %  "• %  "" % %  %  —f—MMMMM—ll—BrJ ELECT J. "MARTY" DEER COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 May 4 Primary COURTEOUS ABLE EXPERIENCED I Paid Political Adv. m ^mmamnmMummmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, mi mm MMIIMT If you want an able, honest, fearless and impartial judge, who will be entirely free from any prejudice against any race, color or creed. Elect ROBERT H. GIYENS, JR. CIRCUIT JUDGE IN GROUP ONE Florida Dairies Announces with pleasure that arrangements have been made to provide Kosher for Passover Dairy Products to make your Holiday more enjoyable Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Be Sure It's Phone 2-2621 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER • %  % 



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TTOff New York Scene Of Lunitz-Sonnenband Rites M:ss Marilyn Lunitz and Ned Sonnenband were recently married at the Riverside Plaza. New York City. Rabbi Dr. Herbert S. Goldstein of the Institutional Synagogue officiated together with Rabbi Elias Charry of Germantown. Pa. Among the honored guests was the famous and beloved 'Grand Old Lady" of the well-known Horowitz-Margareten family. Mrs. Regina Margareten. great-greatgrandmother of the bride. The bride, incidentaly. was her first great-great-grandchild to be married. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lunitz of Gcrmantown, and a grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lunitz. well-known New Y :nunal workers. Her maternal grandmother is Mrs. Benjamin Landau. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sonnenband of 610 West End Ave.. New York who are quite active in the 1/ Jewish Appe?l and other pi thropic endeavors. The brki m both studied at Penn State Coilege. Farbaiid Installs New HraiH'ii Jewish N • ance organized ; Miami Girl Given Lead In Television Play e Schwartz, daughter of u r and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz. S W 1st Ave has been given Sund.n :l an 0, i gl !li tional restau — P* "Strand • Tb* P JJ ,p re] the ea 1> UK : wul be televised Abe Gannes • philco station V, PTZ in Bureau oi Jewish ,-:•;: 14. and at the toast master Sol Electric station WRGB head of the S M. Y.. April Histadruth, wa er and inst branch. No. 304. Dr. Harry Qu as chi by Gann ff. vici : A pu Miss Lu cord: n David Announcos Sodor Plans Both D. a Seder 1 t of P --%  n the T 7 ..':. Rabbi Max S will %  i by Cant • ns and Jack Rosenberg, i x by call' s Samuel D:..-.n 2-6776, .: seating JOHN H. YATES Circuit Judge, Group 7 Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Dade Co., Fla. %  Mr.--. Israel G l< :.: : • %  address S:'ul A Bialich Beach, JNWA; Mrs. L dent. Pioneer W H..:.;. Z lb No. 2; M Breen, \ ..:.. P v y>, tti Mi A | Miami High student of the y of Dramatic : N\.W York, Miss Schwarti ,nd produeli-n university. She is various pi I the Tele*. e holds a lipGrand prize winner on the K:d programs many Miamian also attained National For.nament. She Di r* Lewis, aulirector of the Contact nd played the play at GenStudios in Schest Decerr. I Lift Inauranco Eatatea Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Cl'a Int. C. 907 Biicayn* B..; Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eigh' Jus North of GULFSTREAM PARK d One M'le Sou* of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Doubh -d and Third Roce He M.no' N 25c TRANSPORTATION ..M.om.-l.p S '"'"'' iom Li* Troll. I*' J* ; 0 ••" HOLLYWOOD KENNEL CLbf



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IIDAY. APRIL 9. 1948 irael Group fo Hear Athlete [Young Israel of Miami Beach, ten to men and women between and 30, will hold its next eeting Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at U Miami Beach YM & WHA. (Saul Genet, first vice president \d program chairman, has an|>unced.that Harry Boykoff, allnerican basketball player frorr i. Johns university n New York 1946 and 1947, will speak on lews in American Sports." jykoff set an all-time high scorIg record for one game of 54 aints in Madison Square garden [Also on the program is a Jewrecorded musicale consisting melodies of the Young Israel knagogue services, cantorials by lordecai Rosenblatt, and other ttpular Yiddish records. (At the last meeting of the orini/.ation, Jacob O. Zabronsky, It president of the National juncil of Young Israel, stressed Itimportant relationship beteen Young Israel and the Yes|va. A board of directors was iei'ted to direct the course of le local group, which is formlatinu plans for a social affair in le iiear future. |Mdin purpose of Young Israel to perpetrate traditional Judan in America. All those interfcttd in the work are invited to Bend the next meeting Thurs*Jenis§> Oorid Han PAGE ELEVEN ,c'n of America at the University Miami campus is presenting first campfire of the new %  mi iter this Saturday night. The nail is to take place at the |liK' Waters, South Miami. Admission will be 50 cents per ers n, including transportation on. Hillel House at 7:30 p.m. toceeds are to be donated to be Jewish National Fund. 'orum Re-schedules Cultural Program Last week's Spinoza forum program scheduled to take place un|er the canopy of Dr. Abraham 'f on. 124 11th St., Miami fteach, but cancelled due to inclement weather, will be held to(inrrow afternoon at 3 p.m. J siph L. Tepper of WashingDn and Miami will review his kcently published book, "Monoluris" (One Law). Mrs. Anna fhubov will recite from Sholem Ueichem. lice, large room with all houte privilege* Reasonable to permanent tenants 100 S. W. 30th Are.. Miami Bus 16 on the Corner VOTE FOR IOHN H. YATKS Miami Man for Circuit Judge Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit, Dade County, Fla. Hebrew Teachers Present Lecture By Talmudic Scholar Hebrew Teachers Association Greater Miami in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education will sponsor a lecture by the world known Talmudic scholar. Professor Chaim Tchernowitz, also known as Rav Tzair, on Monday, April 19 at the Spinoza Forum Outdoor Auditorium, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Prof. Tchernowitz is at present Professor Emeritus of Talmud of the Jewish Institute of Religion and the editor of Bitzaron, a Hebrew Monthly Magazine. He has specialized in research in the Talmud but has also written critical works on many scholars and literary men. Of outstanding merit is his recent publication dealing with the literary personalities of Odessa. It is while he was in Odessa as head of the Rabbinical College of Odessa that he came to know the outstanding personalities in Jewish life. Among his writings are Toledoth ha-Halacha (History of Miss Seltzer, Lanard Reveal Wedding Plans June wedding plans are being made by Miss Myril Seltzer and Alan Lanard whose engagement has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Neuman Seltzer, Philadelphia, formerly of Miami Beach. A recent graduate of the University of Miami, Miss Seltzer is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Lanard, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Lanard, also of Philadelphia, was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. A veteran of five years in the army, three of them spent in the European theater of operation, the prospective bridegroom was discharged with the rank of major. Halacha) and the more recent publication Toledoth ha-Poskim (History of Jewish Codes). The latter work (a 3 volume work) is the history of Hebrew law in the period of its codification and includes the story of the codifiers and the codes, their principles and methods. The subject for Prof. Tchernowitz's lecture will be "Maimonides and His Philosophy of Halacha." Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS ilUlmiuif may be obtained at the 1IMIJI|IIIIIIJ|IIIII|| mull 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic MEET AND HEAR FULLER WARREN THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR AT THE FOLLOWING RALLIES NEXT WEEK: MONDAY: 10 a.m., OJUS 9 p.m.. Flamingo Park Bandshell. MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY: Afternoon rallies in Allapattah. Frederick'* Corner and Pinewood. 8 pan.. Triangle Park, HIALEAH. THURSDAY: O'Quinn's comer and Wildcat comer drug store in afternoon. 8 p.m. Shenandoah Park Community Hall. FRIDAY: 8 p.m.. Little River Park. Don't Miss FULLER WARREN, Florida's Greatest Orator! Clip This Schedule! Warshaw-Alexander Nuptials Sunday Miss Roslyn Warshaw will become Mrs. Herman Alexander Sunday at 2 p.m. in Beth David synagogue. The ceremony is to be followed by a reception in the synagogue for wedding guests. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Warshaw of 1921 S.W. 24th St. Mr. Alexander, son of Nathan Alexander, 1756 N.W. 16th St., and the late Mrs. Alexander, at.tended j served schools in Macon, Ga., and in the army. Board or Room and Board for Passover Week Strictly Kosher—Near Synagogue Call 82-6158 I. ... i '•: For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Meschfijoff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA i The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. Mendelsohn's STRICTLY KOSHER Restaurant WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P. M. 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-9334 WE ARE OPEN FOR PASSOVER NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1105 AVAILABLE ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE DINING ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Colllne Ave. Miami Beach Featuring STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Catering To Parties and Weddings — Phone 5-1264 STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach IOTU i OKAI c.APirs Italian American Dinners SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH



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PAGE TWELVE tJewtstnor****" IEL DAY APBILTJ Political Roundup With a "greater Florida" the: Signing the $9,000 agreement basic plank in his platform. State last week were Senior """" Judge Ross Williams; Nviman Hendrv. ludge f the Civil I Sen. W. A. (Bill) Shands. candidate for governor, returned to Dade county this week for several campaign speeches before various groups of voters. He discussed the state's needs for better roads, better schools. better health, greater old age assistance, preservation and development of forests, preservation of wildlife and fish, water control and purification, protection and development of citrus and agriculture, labor and industry, aid to municipalities and a greater advertising program for boosting Florida in general. "To obtain these things 1< to a greater Florida." Shands. "you need a man wellgrounded in bus::. Today we have problen of Record: James E Abras, president of the Junior section of Dad county P. M ,:ation: E. B Leatherman, clerk of Circuit Court: Jack E Mitchell, engineer for Norton R. drangei Maurice H. Connell. David Phillips, president University of Miami Law M alumni association. It is estimated that tl i qpent of the ail -c indil i ru saVe Dado county money in e from the Fl East C liM Th. was Jointly -; i by the Junior Sectioi the 1 inty Bar a and thi Law are best handled by a bu man who can prepare for the four as pn crucial years ahead in the affairs hairman I of our state." -I :%  se all the anr %  n ft r th. nels e to me as goven th( se ends foi eatM er Florida In so doing. th< state will get a dollar's value foi every William A "BiH" Herin anw no pol %  me from this i med forces II and was th th lames E lent I ccupation n | in the a:i P. Harbo ir!" ^ndidate n n %  0a • nd i:.: anDad. unty tor 39 • graduate work a Washington University. Stanford University and New Vork Uni Y*l ft the M Com:. the D ;; aid,, Dade county .. He -n stat< He. %  e he has tht ed ttoi nd juand impartial judge. RETURN JUDGE JOSEPH OTTO ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (GROUP 7) For Monroe County ENDORSED BY EMINENT JURIST AS "Qualified by Background, Experience, Education and Training" Native of KeyWest— Resident of Tarernier Former Assistant State Attorney Pal I l oHtical Artv \ stud'. : Child la: was ok,-:; %  '• re el( ;o th. 51 Okei: said I I told by juvenile autho .• •. not beii > u "*" from the Welfar. B the inl -If • and 1 mean to I find a p: p. r solution. USt be enrced." Okell also declared that he voul.i •on that is necessary to start actructu.n of permanent conservation and flood conmeasures in Dade County and southeast Florida. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR %  N -,, : r >F Tin: % %  [, nnrriT IN ^ N V I.-, |) r\rE '' %  "x*n PI • rx r-H VNCKHY s i:il.i:i"\' STAIAN'O Plaintiff Vi 1 iMINirK PT VIANO • • C1CK ST \I VN. I '•: \. V• • h hereby notified and re• | Bill %  Com%  %  • %  1. I EMM .. ?..-. \i • mth, IS l nthenrla* n pi id • srtii he taken ... \..i] !..-! thl* i, mi •• n r. • for n pvka In Tl %  Jewirti %  %  %  ed %  Dated 1 • "'' v K It LEATHERMAN. Cl.-rk "f •' %  lit C ELECT NORMAN h. LYONS STA^E REPRESENTATIVE GRO'Tf i DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY I "A man is known by th* company he keeps MASONS — lames Cornell ELKS. Mia Lodge No. 223 F&AM Young Men's Hebrew Assn. B'nai B'rith Knights ol Pythias Lodge No. J BPOE Miami Chamber of Cos. merce Florida State Bar AMOC. Dade Count/ g^ ^^ ZIONIST DISTRICT OF MIAMI Norman Lyons says: More proportionate county distribute ol State tax benefits. Dade County must receive a aieakr share of State tax benefits." Political Aft ft* AAAAAAAA4 MILTON M I r itREEN, Itj i l.rk \ FRIEDMAN Keep This Good Worker On Your County Commission I. D. Mac Vicar • Veteran of both irorld trars • Successjxil businessman • Dade County resident for 29 years x\EEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade County's drinking water countywide slum clearance ... supervised playgrounds .. county aviation progress more hospital facilities. RE-ELECT BACK MAC Paid Po Re-elect .l.l w c. MINCER Your STATE ATTORNEY Glenn C. Mincer serred in the Nary during World War I and in the Coast Guard in World War II ... Ha assisted in the preparation of legislation establishing small claim courts in Dada County. Paid Political Adv. i \ JIMMY \ | SULLIVAN I IYOUR SHERIFF! \ j"MY RECORD IS OPENJ JTO THE PUBLIC ANDJ | I'M RUNNING ON IT" % 4 i i i Your Vote Will be OKAv If You RE-ELECT KENNETH OKA JUSTICE OF THE PEACE A Record of Service, Honesty and Accomplishment' Paid for by K:i. K.nnrlbOS Hear MARSH dia* your problem in select a Circuit 'udgt <** WIOD on iollowiH dates: April 12 6:40 P-H April 21, 8:55 AJl >sApril 29, 11:30 P-MMay 1 9:55 A-MMay 3. H* pJt JOHN D. MARSH A who Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group? o believes that justice should be ad 0 ^ ..*.< <„. PM Political Adv. nu oouaves tnat justice snouia ** -— tered fairly and impartially regardl** Person, condition, race, or creed witho' horbitant cost to the litigants. One wHo M op*' 1 Y opposed to the costly Special-Master Pol^ adv. paw tar by jayMHa tor eleeUon of %  "J_'J." %  '. %  —



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>AY, APRIL 9. 1948 litical Roundup e story on how the Dade ty commission was able to n state road department to supplement county ey. making it possible for Jc road repairs after the hures and floods last fall, has revealed by Commissioner h (Pat) Peters, chairman of road and bridge committee, recent campaign speech. ccording to Peters "the budget led for spending only a limited unt during the fiscal year for road and bridge construction maintenance. Our needs were t-diate and acute. There were fficient funds to do the job. I conferred with my fellowmissioners and suggested we ht get some help from earCked funds from the state road ailment, and they gave me ck consent to make the effort, lonnd the state highway departnt sympathetic and cooperaind they agreed to advance money provided we would i, that amount from our t We agreed to do that. worked day and night with ngineera and building crews in the brief time since the hurricane season, we have ,, i i'd and rebuilt approximateI miles of our Dade county and the over-all job is ig completion, so that very we can begin the program was contemplated before .i'd the emergency." +JewistiFhrkOan PAGE THIRTEtw his capability and experience the position of sales manager for a local business which he held at the age of 27; his presidency of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce in 1943; his rise from buck private to 1st lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps; and his selection by Congressman George Smathers for the post of administrative assistant in Washington. As part of his platform Stockdale pledged himself to work for: immediate attention to a flood control program; a free foreigntrade zone for aviation; planned expansion of commercial and private aviation facilities; adequate care for the aged; thorough study of the County Zoning and Building departments and a medical college and a large University of Miami. additional facilities provided for other existing county parks; modernization of all county highways. II:..'. in; 1 lay S iously disclaiming any afn with other candidates, i Stockdale, candidate for commission from the district, repeated his quall ins and outlined a fourteen I platform to the North MiOptimists at a meeting Tuesnight. ickdale cited as evidence of Full development of the International Airport, including the former Army Air base on 20th St. and the Miami Air Depot property, into the country's most complete airport facilities, is one of the six major points for an immediate county program emphasized by Commissioner I. D. MacVicar, candidate for re-election from district three. Garbage service for unincorporated areas in the, county and erection of a modern disposal plant is another county project for which he pledges to work agressively. Other highlights of MacVicar's platform are: completion of the county water control project, coordinated with the U.S. Engineers' overall flood control plan; expansion of welfare and county hospital facilities to meet increasing demands; completion of Haulover Beach, Crandon park, Virginia Beach and the county park and beach at Homestead, with Vote for A. W. (Bert) SIMPSON foe Constable 5th DISTRICT—DADE COUNTY CHIEF OF POLICE. MIAMI BEACH. FOR 6 YEARS 14 Years Experience In Law Enforcement World War Veteran Your Vote Will be Appreciated Paid Political Adv. —EiectTroy C. Davis JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT ONE Democratic Primaries May 4 and May 25. 1948 Your vote and support will be appreciated Precincts 1 to 23. incl.; 33 to 43, incl. (North End of Dade County) Paid Political Adv. 'fflMMffllMMUmMMNMMM mmmmmmmmiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm ELECT An Accountant JOHN R. RING State Representative Group No. 1 FINANCE and TAXATION are our Greatest Problems. Include, a CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT in Your Delegation John C. Johnson has announced his candidacy for county commissioner in the third district. Johnson is a long time resident of Miami, having made his home here since he was a small boy. He is a graduate of Miami schools and is married to a Miami girl, the former Betty Ash. The candidate operates a dental laboratory business here. •v I MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB LOCATED AT THE EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.



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PAGE FOURTEEN +.lml&tkrktitor ""DA V.APRIL, Council Honors New Americans In an effort to help integrate the new Americans residing in Miami with other citizens here. Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin of V25 S.W. 25th Rd. played hosts at a reception Sunday evening proposed to be the first of a series given by members of the National Council of Jewish Women. According to Mrs. Levin, it is anticipated that other council members will take the initiative to sponsor socials including the recent arrivals from Europe who are planning to live in Miami. Guests of honor Sunday included Mr. and Mrs Karl Nuchtern. Mrs L. Strassmann and her daughter. Helga. Mr. and Mrs Theo Abel and Dr. Gertrude Ernst. Council members and their husbands attending the affair were Mr and Mrs Monte Selig, Mr and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mr and Mrs Herbert Scher, Mr and Mrs Burnett R I and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE $**&* Congregation Beth D.rid 135 g ,' Community Center. N.W. Third .*.. Hanoi Max JjwUh ^"Xw'ood. R.bbi Shapiro; Her. Maurice Mamches. 2020 g^ Lui In th -•,% %  '. PrWaj "'*} p^,„" rvnlna %  • %  : %  %  • ih. conatltueni '' n ,~ ,.'• PHVI.I eonareaatlun, SUMrbo<-i. • %  .,,,,1 th. Men club Ha win, Mrs Norman D Jamba, *n. Max J-Vl.lmaii An.l Sol Royll .,!,• in a sympoalum diM the plant .. I and the ol "'•'!"•-'. base I on h< >ui>Jct A we Rabbi Shapiro ili Mmmariw tin. ..... Mr* Rani PatncoM • i-,. hosl .it the raci t( irlum "••'" f ,,,,r 1 1 '"-' blrthda) She haa aleo made th* noral offerina Babbath aarvleaii ,. : ,j ...„ at Mr and Mre. Milton Adlei and Howard son of ill beAdult I Mr* Ml come Bar Mltn .f 1. v.lul. ,v*rj by the Miami Beach Jewiah Cornmun Ina -'n 1 al : ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington art.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mo*e Meschelofl: Cantor LouU D. Fader. f | i D m %  ., H Rabbi M on I Interme.1 it. sen i Miami JewUh Orlhodax -Con gregation. 590 S.W. 17th Rabbi Murray Gr.uer. ,. |n< MI vtees al 1:11 p.m. laj morning early mrvlces at m Later wrvfc-e a( 9:30. Bar ,,, Kheldon William. w>n at MrBernard Prome. Rjibhl ilrauer -. |he i onfiriimnil. Mliu-ha ,i f,,||,,• %  .! |.\ Sli.'ilim Seudna. ,,)„..I at 1(1 a.m. Pally re,^,,,, IS %  chool I -1" I" 6:30 p.m. We Grow and River Qrovei T'., beat Flavors f ru ; t !**. Thar. bu.h... *iwijSa%3 bj 9 m in Miami 1.2S. $ 17! W i **5 CALL MARTIN 7.7 -• the by M-. .i SlStl i th S 1 Pi Authors Seek Data On Charleston Community A book on the history and soci )1< gical d( velopmi nl ( I Jewis : I eston • %  !, : iry Center. 1415 Euclid are.. Mia L Beach. R^bi^ngLehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldnng. Congregation Beth Tfilah 935 will be : Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ckor*y. .... %  %  %  i %  | • %  Rabl .: n tir the Law. •' ii v v. • ind breakfaal Bund mornlns I • > V Kl ..'-•-.. r.. VM WHA. He| • ..> „ •.. i Monday throui M|t ROBERT R. TAYLOR COUNTY SOLICITOR FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOOS RATTLE AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME! "The way to stop crime is to convict criminal.!" His official record in all cases brought to trial I 92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S. That's Why THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT! Support the Dade County Crime Commission Paid ad by Tavl. • .lor Club • i S Mlncl lb} S. C. ft presi is now in the coura LIBERAL ot P" 5 Charles Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Reznik • D Z EngelChase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon KronUh; Cantor Samuel iKelemer. '"' rite I s J. T • : : • • %  %  ton J %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE \?EO r CTiT:OtS S V E L W '• • th.it thi %  : • si • %  N SO* CS '0 *op E ii? s \ N %  %  • %  \ • %  \ \ I I in • f %  u E. B 1 • •, \ t C S A FRIEPV. al IJW at I \ nii • Luce Talk Loaoi Lift An i • u 81 i,. ted 1 the ne re M Sarah Aue latim Ml Mr* JUKI imann. 1 it ai d Mi \ U .,: d Mr* B v. %  Mm '•' Mm Lewla tlr and M and Mra • • Mi • '. Mr '•' DeUeoi M '.• •,'. m* M I k. Mr and Mra I Mri ea al %  .'. : Sunhlldren \i'Ulan %  • .:-i %  HeH >* • years of i|4 Hebrn % % %  • • • Iren from 24 to REFORM Temple Israel 137 NX. 13th it. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeriiua. \ t Mi • Z in D • %  %  Myer Leroy S rum Sab • i.ir. Tempi* Emanu-EL 1101 S. Andrews areFort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. m i • at I % %  • Eawi 1 %  A • : Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12la are. Rabbi Simon April. • %  • ] %  -.... %  > th• | '/ t p.m follow. %  I 10 a.m. Helall) to I Elect .IOII\ H. VATES aa Your Miami Judge Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade County, Fla. tix fn. n.l .f J( .us || v.vTKS *5v ttSN y n rva. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovmky 1520 S. W. 5 th St Phone 2-7439 RE-ELECT HUGH PETERS to the COUNTY COMMISSION 14 Years of Able Public i Service to the People oi I Dade County as your Commissioner "STAND PAT WITH PATP AN EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO GAIN CONTROL OF YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH POLITICAL DICTATORSHIP—A VOTE FOR PETERS IS A VOTE FOR CONTINUED GOOD GOVERNMENT Paid Political Adv. by Friends of HL'lill BRAND NEW 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX APTS. Kitchen Equipment fe Vene-1 tian Blinds to Coral Furnished. Close } Way. Excellent i i Transportation J Rented yearly at $100 J month—$125 Furnished. I 2900 S.W. 22nd Terrace Facilities.j per} I i i | Owner on Premises 9-5 daily J i I I 4 12-4 Sunday Call Mr. Finkelstein 2-9638 i i i : ELECT Franklin Parson COUNTY SOLICITOR Criminal Court ol Record Resident of Dace County for the past 19 yarn. Served 14 vears on City of Miami Legal Staff. Served 9 year? as Attorney for Miami Planning Board. Attorney for Miami Civil Service Comxission for 7 years. 42 years old, married, has two ctaOdra. Graduate of University of Miami and University of Pittsburgh. Kg Political a.dT HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover Home Milk is the ONLY Milk -._,... Supervised and Endorsed by th* GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Th., n Kosher for Passover loUowino congregations are affiliated member, ai th. Mirr,; T • i C ^ ea1er Miami Vaad Hakashnrth Mtam, Jew^h Orthodox Cong.-RabbTXlurray Grauer Mirrms ^ Davi d-Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center-Rabbi Irving Lehrman Beth Tml r *?" **** hm ^^ ^i"L J M SEPH L KACKOVSKY Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. take, penooal car. TEU YOUR nnrv£ e ^* K


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|Y, APRIL 9, 1948 'JenIsti ncric/taur PAGE FIFTEEN Eional Youth vi o r To Visit list Groups ian M. Popkin, yputh di[of the Southern Inter-ReiZionist Youth Comirlission, rrive in the community toreview the work of the il Zionist Youth Groups. stimulate greater activity area. %  80 graduate of the Henry |ady School of Journalism, Vsity of Georgia, Popkin ,. educational and vocationnselor for the U. S. governBefore entering service Ihe Army Signal Corps, he nployed as a newspaper refor three years by the Inah Morning News, Savan3eorgia. I youth director will be guest today at an Oneg Shabbe given by* the Miami Jef Junior Hadassah at the of the Misses Shirley and Friedman, 1910 S. W. 17th fct 8 p.m. lorrow evening, at 7:15 p.m. |n will attend a "Midura" |r.) being sponsored by the Ii-.ty of Miami group of (Intercollegiate Zionist lailin of America). He will Sunday, at 11:30 a.m., with f r Miami Zionist Youth n .1. of which S. A. iii.m is chairman; and /it 8 %  vr'l attend a joint meeting V Hadassah and Masada, Bi the YM & WHA, 1536 Bay Miami Beach. [, :,• of arrangements for itter meeting are Marian and Ted Nelson. (kin is to visit Young Jumps and attend a meet\l the Young Judaea leaders jcil at the home of Miss Toby 1624 West Ave., Miami Monday evening. n this area, the visitor reached at the National Pioneer Women Club 2 Hear Mrs. Goldstein Mrs. Israel Goldstein, national president of Pioneer Women, was principal speaker at an Oneg Shabbat at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, 815 4th St Miami Beach, Friday evening for club No. 2 of the Pioneer women. Mrs. Yetta Davidson presided at the affair. Mrs. Goldstein was also a guest of the Mintzes family at dinner preceding with several members of yie club. News Events Program Heard In Morning WMBM's Jewish News Events program formerly scheduled at 4 p.m. is now being heard Mondays through Saturdays in the mornings at 8:45. Faye Tupler, director of the broadcast, has requested that organizations and individuals submit items of current interest te her at the station. Rabbi Gerald Engel, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Florida, Gainesville, will be the speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith weekly luncheon club, today, 12:15 p.m., in the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. Rabbi Engel, who will talk on the activities of the Jewish students at the University of Florida, has recently been transferred from the University of Maine to Gainesville. He is a graduate of the Yeshiva College. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES lOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW b IS HEREBY G1VKN that I i T signed. deBlrlng to engage I, under the fictitious name I ASBLRY HOTBh AND IS at 541 S. W. 4th Ave, Fla., Intend to register I, with the Clerk of the ClrICourt of Dado County, Florida l is Friedbcrg and l-Yledberg (his wife) h Doshay and ii. Doshay (his wife) 16-2S NOTICE TO APPEAR till .riRCUIT COURT OK THB I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU ll HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, NO. 115843. 111.. ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs. fe>'l unLDMAN ABRAMSON, E.. appear to the Bill of Corns' in the above styled cause, %  '.I.April 26. 1948. otherHill of Complaint will De confessed against you. Let be published once a week %  four successive weeks In The pii i 'I'ltlian, a newspaper pubId In bade County, Florida. 10. B LEA'l'HhKMAW, Clerk of Circuit Court, lull Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. JT>N A. FRIEDMAN 11 Law i Uuiidlng fi'. I'loiida 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deBlrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPARTMENT STORE at 2163 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS LEIBOVITZ • Petitioner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 3/12-19-26 4/2-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to nga K „ In business under the fictitious name of Margaret Apts. at 1561 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MARGARET MALEK Owner. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NAVELES TRADING CO., not Incorporated, 335 North West First Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR A. SELEVAN, Sole Owner. HERMAN M. BERK Attorney for Applicant 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Professional School of Baking at 4800 N. W. 37th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN RICHMAN Sole Owner. 4/9-16-23-30 5/7 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 115862. MURIEL PIZEK. Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PIZEK, Defendant. To: MICHAEL PIZEK, 336 East 6th Street, New York City, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 23rd day of April, 1948. Dated this 24th day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By, M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 3/26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 115716. CONSTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPAMACKEL, also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant. TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL, also known as JOAN MICHAELS 40-18 Hampton Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by CONSTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL. your husband, in the above styled cause and in the above named Court: and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or before the 19th day of April, A. D. 1948, otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Flondlan. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated tills 19 day of March, A. u. 1941. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. ARONOV1TZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 3/26 4/2-9-16 OHDER OF PUBLICATION WE 'IUCU1T COURT OF THE UKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT f FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE Dl'XTY. IN CHANCERY, No. PI* WILLIAM BOYE. Plaintiff. • CELIA niiYB, Defendant. ICEUA BOYE, go '"RESTON AVENUE, R"N\. NEW YORK, N. Y. '< ARE HEREBY notified that 111 of complaint for Divorce has filed against you in the above % d Court by LOUIS WILLIAM IK. .nil you are hereby required '' ir written Appearance in Hngs on or before the %  April, 1948, otherwise a '• I'ro Confesso will be entered "list you. \ u ;,\\ THIS 18th day of March, E. B. LEATHERMAN. cult Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. • E A.RA8, DWty Ctar,t NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 20638. In Re: ESTATE OF AGNES ROBERTS. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of AGNES ROBERTS, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain trie legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March "• A R D. 1. Em As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of AGNES ROBERTS, WASMArTsiLVER SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Executor. 3/19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the Undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPIX APT. HOTEL at 6844 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EMANUEL GOLDSTRICH BELLE GOLDSTRICH 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorABE KIRSCHENBAUM CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 N~OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bllt-Rlte Venetian Blind Co..at 2Z48 B. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name wlthUie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dsde County, Florida. ^^ OMB NTn0LD ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for A^cant 1010 Blscayne Miami, nortda t •*."• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MBLVIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. David Blaleck, Inc., a Florida corporation. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for David Blaleck, Inc. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 115678. JOHN HENRY VAN GELDETt. Plaintiff, vs. MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER. c/o Mrs. Margulles. Ogontz Manor Apartments, Apartment E-24 Ogontz and Olney Avenues, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above-styled cause on or before the 19 dav of April. 1948: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIPIAN, a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. DATED this 18th day of March, E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) v By M. C. GREEN Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff. 1703 Congress Bid*.. Miami. Florida. 8/19-26 4/- _. Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI. INC. 1408 N.E. BAYSHOftE PLACE Bright — Cheerful — Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly kosher meals—24 hour nursing care -o Special diets — Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases OHouse physician always on call I. Gertman, Director For information write or phone 82-5395 CAPABLE EXPERIENCED HE-ELECT J. Edwin LARSON STATE TREASURER and STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL Political Adv. Pd. for by Dade County Friends i ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN DAVID M. PAPY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE A Civil Engineer with 31 years experience on public works Airports Admlnlstnatlve Roads Drainage Business Bridges Born and reared In Tallahassee, Florida —48 years of age. Came to Miami In 1929. Civil Engineer—Contractor—Farmer Now In the equipment rental business. 31 years nation-wide experience on public works. Married—Two children. A Man Who Will Serve the People Elected county wide Pd. PoL Adv. Mill TOUBY l&INTING s> | CORP. ^^^B^ !" \/i/jf(h// 35000 LKfttsib Amkswuo GWMOORS *** N.W.6* Street. MIAMI M, fLOlIDA



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JAY, APRIL 9, 1948 +Jewish fhrldttairi PAGE SEVENTEEN Primer For Jewish Culture By LAURA SACHS £xT V ~ !" £ f JEWISH OBSERVANCE AND CELEBRATION, a text book for the study of our faith and its practice, prepared by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Principal and the faculty of the Beth Jacob Religious School. In the beginning of time, the Jews were preferred the choice the Book or the Sword. They chose the Book, and in abiding I the course they had ineluctably set for themselves, have profiled against the force of infamy and barbarianism throughout te ages. The present day reveals an even greater resurgence faith and participation in the origin. A representative story tells us that the Eternal Lamp over the Holy Ark that was lighted by the Jewish priests with olive oil, is a sign that God is among us and is also symbolic of the light of knowledge in our midst. The second chapter which is lake explicit these erudite | titled "The Jewish Year" lists the je of ethis to which the prophhad dedicated themselves. This ir heritable and our strength: |e hard unassailable core of .ghteousness and integrity which js endured throughout the ceniries. | In attempting to clarify and | Cachings, and to facilitate the nplementation of these tenets in IT contemporary way of life, Lbbi Mescheloff has compiled a fcxt mook designed primarily for ho younger student. For such an litiate, confronted with the lore If centuries, the Rabbi, with inTnite skill, approaches the various Jewish celebrations and their obi vances and explains in undertandable terms the meaning of he many seemingly esoteric rij:ils he sees about him. In the first chapter, the primary litmificance of the synagogue in |he life of the Jew is stressed, irith its three ramifications of jeiss Haknesses, (House of Assembly, Beiss T'filaw (House of 'rayer) and Beiss Midrawsh (House of Study). Each religious %  article used in devotions is named %  in Hebrew and each has a beautiIful story to explain its use and SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTER* DON S. COLEMAN S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. anso IDID Telephone 5-1017 SLEEP ,.—*You don't appr*clat0 nowj wonderful deep fa nntfl joni have had on* or two wakeful night*. When occasionally nsr-! vou. tension keep* you awake! half the night, or when yoo am Mrroue, keyed up, jittery. Try Miles NERVINE I It baa bean making good ftmore than sixty yearn CAT* TION-us. only as directed. t Mile. Nervine at your drug •^BffoxveacentUbleta,** *nd7tV^LIo^Id,t6aiil|lJeV Mn^e LajBoaAToaiaa, Elkhart, Indiana. x Mills NERVINE holidays and receavls that wt* can count the months of the Jewish calendar from the first month of the creation of the world and also from the first month of the freedom of the Jews from Egypt. The text is further devoted to chapters on Blessings and Prayers, the Sabbath, Lietary Laws and the written and oral sources of our religion. Appropriate songs to each holiday scattered throughout the bok, and series of questions pertaining to each chapter of study calculated to maintain the sustained and absorbed interest of the younger reader. Rabbi Mescheloff's book, because of its emphasis on the moral Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and ethical obligations of each Jew as a fine, upstanding man, and a good citizen as construed in the light of our religion, constitutes a valuable adjunct to every child's Hebrew education. It should be included in every library. Redman Flies to Chicago For Travel Exposition Ray Redman, Miami Beach publicist, has been appointed by David R. Porvin and Albert Grossman, operators of the President Madison hotel, to represent the beach hotel in Chicago at the Tenth Chicago Daily News International Travel Exposition. The exposition will be held from April 10th through the 15th at Chicago's Stevens hotel. "22. railroads, 13 airlines, 4 bus companies and 6 steamship lines will devote special exhibits of the latest modes of travel. Exhibits of displays and information on 30 states including Florida and Washington, D. C. will also be included. Ray Redman will direct exhibit of authentic, enlarged or "blown-up" pictures of scenes in and around the President Madison hotel and outdoor patio and pool and will make a point of informing the hundreds of thousSTEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 Elect ERNEST R. GRAHAM to the COUNTY COMMISSION ands of travel-minded visitors what the luxury hotel has to offer in the way of the perfect vacation for summer or winter in this land of sunshine and paradise. Ray Redman left Sunday, April 4th to prepare the exhibit of the luxury hotel for the grand opening of the Chicago Daily News Travel Eposition, April 10th. SUPERIOR TILE AND TERRAZZO CO. ESTIMATES FREE Phone 82-7882 1261 N. W. 29th Street Miami ..I To Get FULL Value For Your Tax Dollar "The Time Has Come For a Change" Pd. Political Adv. You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your home. They will enhance its beauty. 545 N. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN rlfnistfkrrtiir !" *Y L A2^J Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries heed with the* rt i Thi. ££ able M uni thii week by Colonel Sttee Beach. Malvin Mai Englander who served solved his problem by opening general's office in '•'•" rid War II Collins Transport A Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Spac For Wareouiing and Storage Rail Siding* — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789. Pier 1. Bldq. 8. Municipal Dock, :• ;: me peace, '-.'-%  -ipeace trict, Diie coui lonel St ahead ol Sur noun I .ocaiea a: :ne cc rr.-?: : %  Lincoln "si ind Drexi I A •. %  %  m bile %  -• Englan ler st trail. | Davii er wl -re".' %  %  • "• I nst sheriff tc iir< I i n .-: I Att [1 S t in his and l:ves .. %  I : The 46unty comrr.issioi I lit tli soil 1 • for a %  • -' inset as .:" D %  : %  : I lit :' • I %  %  : %  • : GORDON ^f-710 S W I2ta AV MIAMI — Lr£/. 3-343LI YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' 1 • !:: -" %  -. ; %  '..'. SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Casus, Owner A Complete Placement Serrica' 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 L, W OfnOAIIY Emsorr m mjotirr MfinuM JE1W FIKIAL MKS SUVIK HAM! BEACH a MUK1 Exclusively Jewish m Z+ HOUR -• V IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director C*M>rge OKELL REPRESENTATIVE STATE LEGISLATURE 1945 SESSION Candidate For A SECOND TERM Pi Politic*: AIV. STfRfSTYPiXg ''ii*m!.::u.iujj. %  • r A % a % p%  '•• "^TtrHWESTATE PROBLEM '2 Ver ef Experience '" Building Contraction on Miami Btlrt) 1 ELECT LOUIS F. RED) SXEDIGAIt You County Commissioner District 5 VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PaU Political kit. HAROLD'S. INC. Hairdremmorm 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5-0*67. 5-0461 440 C. LAS OLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE ef rat aaMaaeMea a"' 1 '" i a [Aft Ml YAHHAIN WL\E The New Wine ASK FOR IT at your Neighborhood Store. Proceeds from YARDAJN WINE are devoted to the support and advancement ol National Hebrew Cultural Institutions by THE CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. By your purchase of Yardain Wine. you help too. in the support of our own local community-sponsored cultural Institution THE HEBREW ACADEMY 918 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4361 Dialributed exclusively by NATIONAL BRANDS, inc., Sam Blank, Pres. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami, Flo. • Phon. U* is?--' IT"



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f, APRIL 9, 1948 OFF THE RECORD +Je1sli Flcria/faun PAGE NINETEEN ilLESTINE CRISIS le UN Palestine Commission should and could have filed the Jewish government by April 1 Dr Karel < found a number of pretexts to delay specific action r 1ies have agreed to be represented by the Jewish Aqencv Ichud and Agudas Israel Fairness makes it imperaiys Eh-. Lisicky, that they be given a hearing He also Ito know how the Revisionists can participate in a proInist government The learned doctor knows too much [craving for simplicity and logic in Jewish life Bunche, retary of the Palestine commission whose brilliance is by all who know him, has been harping caution on Lisicky ... He is carrying coal to Newcastle One Czechoslovak delegates to the UN is Gertrude Sekaninova i is a Jewess Her husband was executed by the Nazis _J her relatives were killed in concentration camps jsympathetic to Zionism and impaiient with the too patient Sw Dr. Lisicky. 7/ Sa£. By HARRY SIMONHOFF of Nam* '. Ilong ago, Mrs. Eleanor Lit happened to remark Casually that there was inherently wrong in Ig a foreign name, which Kilt to pronounce, into a \merican patronymic. ImEly there was a ruth to Crts. A Cohen or a Levy lea lor a Wilson or a I am quite sure that I i volt had intended of this sort. It is alright to Zagribelnick into Sabin, |duckovitch into Seitlin. ting unpalatable names are ish anyway. We should %  Hie consideration for our [neighbors. There is nothled about a Polish or Rouname. They should be MIAMI BEACH etter Class Listings On Sifront Properties, Hotels, jlomes or Investments fc. BRONSTON, Realtor %  ncoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 ^Trustworthy 8ervlee" )ON ROOFING AND IT METAL WORKS your roof repaired now; you leave on %  new roof later ^Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" kl4 8. W. 22nd Avenue) PHONE 4-f | Help in a Hurry?—Call 1PLOYMENT SERVICE fhite and Colored Help phones 9-5317 — ••6727 51 N. E. 5th Street MEIDENBERQ, Owner shed immediately after passing the immigration officials. But what about short names out of the Bible—Israel, Rubin, Solomon, Abrams. Jacobs. These names are revered by every true Christian. Should Joseph Abrams, graduated with high honors at Yale, and awarded the Purple Heart for distinguished service at Normandy Beach, become Jerome Addison, whose interest does he serve? If he commits a crime, the newspapers will write Jerome Addison, alias Joseph Abrams; yet if he distinguishes himself his Jewish identity remains hidden. Regina Reznick While on the suDject, the name of Regina Reznick comes to mind. Jru & ua( lily Jooa Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO, Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Arnu Phone *MW for OSHER ION lucts at your Local Delicatessen This label insures your £ health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand Itl Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami >rida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors are in need of Zion Products ill... W. 7th AVENUE PHONE MH1 Recently this Metropolitan prima donna sang Madame Butterfly in Florida. Her name emblazoned in heavy black type in the daily papers was the chief drawing card that packed three audiences in the large auditorium of the Miami High school. After her performance at Ft. Lauderdale and at Palm Beach she received ovations. Miami Beach gentile society gave a reception in her honor at the snooty Surf Club. She was similarly entertained in a strictly gentile milieu at Ft. Lauderdale. Regina Reznick's social or artistic success is no special concern of ours. The interesting fact, however, is that she maintains the obvious Jewish surname of Reznick. It did not seem to hamper her advancement to stardom at the greatest opera house on this planet. In her case it would be excusable if she called herself by such a mellifluous Italian name as Rosseli. There is ample precedent for this procedure in the opera, on the stage and in the movies. There was a time—and not so far distant, either—when even an AngloSaxon name was an impediment to success in opera. But Regina Reznick flies in the face of convention and flaunts her plebian Jewish name. Yet she is entertained socially in avowedly antiSemetic circles; what is the moral? A name is evidently not the handicap some people imagine. Shall we say with Juliet "What's in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Class Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass Wa Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ Let MOBTAHAN'S Design You the FJ.NEST AUSteel Kitchen Low Priced to Amaze You ... for most homes costs no more than for wood kitchens! American Kitchens At MONAHAN'S 2208 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-0632 LISTEN TO PALESTINE REPORT EVERY THURSDAY AT 8:15 P.M. W.K.A.1. DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured CALL 9-9604 Atoro Painting Co] 1848 N.W. 36th St. No Job Too Small, Or Too Big The DOORWAY to a successful future is through regular, systematic SAVING JOIN THE THOUSANDS WHO SAVE AT... DADE FEDERAL -. WITH SAFETY 2% rat* of (P~ annum I ASSETS OYt $70,000,000 ,DADE FEDERAL ^ JOSEPH M LIPTGN P-.-r V E NORTHEAST F!ki vP



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PAGE TWENTY y Uniit fkril^r r P.IDA: JL*. -'• Red Cross Drive Seeks Dade Aid The Amu leu Red C m\ -.:> IMfl fund camp tint • Time county joining with throughout t\i .; new >'. ygaxt "Keep V .. Red Ci a % %  Political Roundup 5 N •. a bam %  %  liaj 4th primaries weeks away. Grant zile. candidate for county n district 4. voiced n on county projwhat he called. %  led action, delayed action -. of action," Stockiaie named the juvenile detenae, garbage disposal and three county rethat languished WaahlngtoaAw.,^ And for pm Morns Brother", jJt *jl "d fcaajZ? • %  for pos I n I %  -... -%  • : -. %  • %  %  C -. ••%  • : .%  % %  %  %  c -• -. i n %  v GLASS FOR EVEHY" PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WIXDOW GUM Furnirur* Top*. BereUd Mirron and RwilTtriag Onrfc-, L. A G. Glass and Mirror Werfa 136 S.W. 8th St mrwt^Z MORRIS ORL1S PHOKim uxns :-B5 Educa-' %  • ; %  Holds Sc-cri Luncheon %  i %  • Essen Construction Co. :::= N.W. Miami Court r:=rri*l =i Recoecagj a.--ii*i ws?k PWoat ^6924 E.W/'ED" C DEERIlj YOUR SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY<| A mrraaaful bruin cea m^n far c scuzd bcsaM cistroticc %  i G* Wright BatH Eaaiaiei Co. — %  : %  AUTO LOCK AMD HARDWARE SPEZDOMETER SERVICE aannci -ty etfackmfl ki r;i_:.C4 x r. :r; AM. Pfcaaa KU44 ionik 8 p. JB. ELLENBURG cc VN: Y CC M>CS S : ONER E STRICT NO. 1 '.* P^S: The Track Of | Champions TRC^T 5CLTS P- ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41* Street cad Prairie Are. Miami Beacfe FREE ^SPECnON m WEST FLAGLEA KENNEL CLUB


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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April 9, 1948

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 21NUMBER 14
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
S. Submits Palestine Trusteeship
wish Forces Hold Off Attack
irabs Suffer Many Casualties
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Arab
..,iila forces this week suf-
i-J one of the severest defeats
the entire four-month-old war
ii.'n they were hurled back from
Jewish village of Mishmar
k. southeast of Haifa, after a
Itle which lasted all night and
ft of the day. Arab casualties
believed to be 40 dead and
v inded. Jewish casualties are
kp..rtcd to be much lower.
|The importance of the objective
i!io Arabs was demonstrated
t report that they used 25-
Dund cannon and armored ve-
les in an unsuccessful attempt
dislodge the Jewish defenders.
is .ilibre of artillery is gener-
ic used against tanks and pili-
ng i niplavements and hitherto
las been used only by the British
Palestine. The attackers are
Blieved to number between 1,000
pn loo.
The battle was joined when the
uernUas attempted to crash into
lishmar Emek by a strong
tal attack. After two direct
aults proved unsuccessful, the
babs circled the village and at-
empted to make the defenders'
losition untenable by use of
krtillery, mortar and machine gun
lire from the hills commanding
[he village. When this attempt
[ailed, the Arabs set up siege lines
bom which they maintained a
nt curtain of fire.
in the day Haganah rein-
rcements broke through the
IMS, dispersing one section
attacking forces. After-
r;.< a Jewish counter-offensive
.' ep into the Arab positions
I accounted for many casual-
s The Arabs are said to be led
their top leader, Fawzi
ukauji, who apparently opened
the Arab spring offensive with
phis blow.
Jewish forces occupying
thi Arab village of Castel, west
|oi rusalem, have held off Arab
cou:r. r-attack for a third (Jay and
established new and stronger de-
fensive positions in the town. The
3f
Arabs resorted to the establish-
ment of roadblocks between
Castel and Jerusalem in an at-
tempt to cut the Jews off from
reinforcements and supplies. The
Haganah, however, smashed most
of the roadblocks and many local
Arabs are fleeing to Hebron. The
Jews are said to have thrown
heavy forces into the area to set
up new bases from which to at-
tack Arab roadblocks and am-
bushes which have kept food con-
voys out Jerusalem for the past
week.
Sixteen Arabs were killed and
20 wounded when a Haganah
force invaded the Arab town of
Sarafand, next to the former
British Army base. The base, now
occupied by guerrillas, was used
by the British during the war to
train 30,000 Haganah troops to
fight the Nazis. Another Haganah
unit penetrated Ramleh and blew
up the home of Hassan Salameh,
commander of the Arab forces in
southern Palestine.
The Jews repulsed a two-hour
attack on Yechiam, in northern
Palestine, Monday morning. The
raiders, who used machine guns
and mortars, suffered heavy
casualties.
A report to the effect that High
Commissioner Sir Alan G. Cun-
ningham and members of the
Palestine government intend to
leave Jerusalem before May 15,
when the Mandate ends, was of-
ficially denied here.
A Jewish Agency spokesman
announced that the emergency
meeting of the Zionist Actions
Committee has again been put
off for several days. This action
was taken to permit all members
of the body to arrive in TelI Aviv
and participate in the forthcom-
ing discussions.______________
House Committee
To Submit Bill
On Immigration
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
House Immigration Sub-Commit-
tee has completed action on a bill
to admit 200,000 displaced persons
to the United States during two
years, beginning July 1 of this
year. Rep. Frank Fellows of
Maine, sub-committee chairman,
said he would introduce the bill
in the House some day this week
as soon as several committee
amendments are written into the
measure. The full Judiciary Com-
mittee is expected to vote on the
bill next Tuesday.
The new bill provides that DP's
be accepted for admission to the
U.S. on the basis of the percent-
age of each nationality under the
care of the International Refugee
Organization. Under this provi-
sion, somewhere between 50,000
to 55,000 of those admitted would
be Jewish DP's.
About 15,000 of the 200.000
quota numbers would be used to
legalize the status of refugees
who came to the United States on
temporary visas and who are un-
able to return home for fear of
religious or political persecution.
Those who became DP's before
April 21, 1947, are eligible for ad-
mission under terms of the bill.
Orphans under 21 are to be ad-
mitted without regard to quotas.
Russia, Ukraine Absent From
Meeting Of UN Security Council
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The United States this week pre-
sented the members of the U.N. Security Council with a 15-point
trusteeship plan for Palestine to be administered under the
United Nations Trusteeship Council for an indefinite period,
until both the Arab and Jewish communities by a majority vote
agree on a future government.
Only nine out of the 11 mem-
bers of the Security Council at-
tended the informal meeting
which took place at the head-
quarters of the U.S. delegation.
The representatives of the Soviet
Union and of the Ukraine boy-
cotted the meeting.
Under the American plan, the
General Assembly will designate
the states which will become the
trustees. They will have to sup-
ply military forces for Palestine
at their own expense.
The plan contains specific pro-
visions for Jewish immigration
and land purchase in Palestine,
but stipulates that they are to be
negotiated in consultation with
the representatives of the Jewish
and Arab communities in Pales-
tine.
A United Nations Governor
General will, it is proposed, have
the power to recruit local police
and volunteer forces in Palestine
for the maintenance of law and
order. In an emergency, the gov-
ernor will have the power to call
1948 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
<|uota $1,489,925
Pledged 1,186,
Short $ 309,925
Miami Must Not Fail!
CAMPAIGN EXTENDED TO APRIL 18
upon the trustee states to supply
their armed forces for the defense
of the country or the maintenance
of internal peace.
The administrative, legislative
and judicial powers will be vest-
ed in a Palestine government
composed of a cabinet and a
democratically-elected legislature
preferably a bi-cameral one.
However, the governor will have
the power to govern should the
legislature be unable to exercise
its powers.
The United Nations is expected
to assume considerable financial
responsibility for the trusteeship,
although if the security problem
improves Palestine is expected to
be a financially self-sufficient
Major governmental officials,
community. However, the Pales-
tine government may secure
credit from a special U.N. fund
to be raised by contributions from
all the member states,
such as the Chief Justice and the
Governor General, would be on
the pay of the United Nations
to assure their loyalty to the
world organization, according to
the plan. Human rights guaran-
tees and measures for the pro-
tection of Holy Places are
modelled after similar sections of
the statute prepared, for the in-
ternational city of Jerusalem by
the Trusteeship Council.
A spokesman for the U.S. deleg-
ation would not state positively
whether the United States will
be one of the trustees for Pales-
tine. However, he called atten-
tion to a statement made by Sen.
Warren Austin before the Securi-
ty Council that the American
government is ready to assume its
share along with other states in
a trusteeship arrangement. The
spokesman said it was the pur-
pose of the current negotiations
to set up a government in Pales-
tine before the termination of the
Mandate.
hew Reform Temple Organized In Surfside
National Philanthropist Spearheads
Mwement For.Beach Congregation
t ,._____.....____,______d. n C. and Hollywo
The organization of a new Re
Jon. Jewish Congregation for
Miami Beach was announced this
week. The new congregation will
|be known as Temple Isaiah and
according to its sponsors it will
|be dedicated to the "Prophetic
lidoals of the 'Fatherhood of God
land the Brotherhood of Man'."
I The House of Worship will be
located in the Surfside area to
I serve Miami Beach and vicinity.
I Several locations are being con-
sidered by the committee for
I temporary quarters for the Tem-
IPle, which plans to formally be-
gin activities with High Holiday
services in the fall.
According to information re-
ceived. Temple Isaiah is under
I tn Kuiding sonsporship of Ed-
Itnund I. Kauifman, of Washing-
ton, D. C, and Hollywood. Fla.
Mr." Kauffman, for many years
a winter resident of this area,
is an outstanding Jewish leader.
Known for his philanthropy, he
served as chairman for the United
Jewish Appeal Special Gifts Com-
mittee. At present he ^ cnsulta-
tive chairman of the UJA; also
vice president of the United Pal-
stine Appeal, and former presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America.
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach
attorney and an active Zionist
worker in this area, is serving as
temporary chairman of the boara.
A complete list of officers and
members will be issued in the
near future, Mr. Shapiro stated.
The Congregation will adhere
to Reform Judaism and the princ-
Rabbl Raab
iples announced by its policy-
making bodies, the Hebrew Union
College, the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, and the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
Rabbi David Raab, for the past
two years spiritual leader of the
Reform Jewish Temple in Port
Lauderdale, will serve as Rabbi of
the new Congregation. He is a
member of the Greater Fort
Lauderdale Ministerial Associa-
tion and the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association. In addition
he is a rriember of the board of
directors" of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, Zionist Youth
Commission, the board of direc-
tors of the Southeastern Region
of Masada. Last year Rabbi Raab
vas instrumental in organizing
the Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale
Chapter of Hadassah, and this
year was one of the moving spirits
in helping organize the Zionist
District of Broward County.
Rabbi Raab is known for having
conducted a very successful Youth
Judea Leadership Training
Gourse in Miami Beach.
Before coming to this area Rab-
bi Raab was at Temple B'rith
Sholom in Louisville, Ky. He has
also held pulpits at Danville, 111.,
and Newark, N. J. For three years
he has served as Auxiliary Jew-
ish Chaplain at Fort Knox, Ky.,
and Boca Raton Air Base, Fla.
A native of Tel-Aviv, Palestine,
Rabbi Raab came to the United
States in 1930 after receiving his
early education there. He attend-
ed Brooklyn College, receiving
an A.B. degree and was ordained
from the Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati, receiving an addi-
tional degree, Master of Hebrew
Letters. Rabbi Raab is a member
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, and at present
may be heard weekly, Saturdays
at 9:15 a.m. on station WINZ on
"The Living Synagogue" radio
program. He will resign his pres-
ent pulpit on July 1st.
Additional information con-
cerning Temple Isaiah may be
obtained at the temporary of-
fices, 214 Sterling Building, Lin-
coln Road, care of Mr. Shapiro.

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PAGE TWO
vjenistTkrMton
I^AY.APWL,
Beach V* Plans
Formal Opening
Formal opening of the new Mi-
ami Beach YM & WHA to take
place on May 2nd. has been an-
nounced by Carl Weinkle, presi-
dent of the Beach "Y* 1536 Bay
Road.
The "Y." which was completed
and ready for occupancy on Jan-
uary 15th. was working under
serious handicaps because of its
incompleted facilities. Weinkle
states. However, on May 2 the
public will have an opportunity
to view the building and grounds,
which in the course of the last
few months has been catering to
about 3.000 people each week.
Opening affair will be a com-
bination meeting and dance. The
meeting will include the nomina-
tion and election of new officers
and the dance will feature the
music of Mark Marks.
All T Dance
Tomorrow Night
jnv To rollout
Supplies For
rvprus. Palestine
Hadassah Child Welfare
Project Begins Monday
Miami group of Hadassah will
hold their regular meeting M n
day at 1 p.m. in the home of Mr-
Sheldon Kay. 1379 Venetian Way.
San Marco Island.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, Child Wel-
fare chairman, will explain I
tendants the details of the napkin
project now being sponsored by
the group to raise funds.
Barry Gray, radio ..nnouncer
and comedian, will be guest
and Rose Marie G
pantomime artist enl
Sam Seitlin. chairman of the
social committee of the M
"V has announced plans for the
first all "Y" dance to be held
in the new building. 450 S W.
16th Ave.. Saturday evening, at
8 o'clock.
Dave Tyler, maestro of the
Beachcomber and two
will furnish the music for con-
tinuous dancing, regular d..:
and -umba.
A mbers of the Business and
Pi ojional Women's Division > 1
Hadassah will act as hostesses for
the occasion. Proceeds del
from tips that the young ladies
receive will go toward th>
rious projects of the club.
Members of the committee
serving with Seitlin are: I. Rob-
ert Beigens Mildred Berkowitz,
Nat Blumberg. Esther Cohen.
Harvey Dwoskin. Mrs. Harvej
Dwoskin. Milton Friedman, Le -
nora Jackson. Mrs. Ben Marko-
wiu. Dorothy M Marx, Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Miller. Hy Oren.
George Rachlin. Herbert Rubin.
Louis Seitlin. George Wolpert,
Mrs J. F. Weinstein. Jennie
tein.
Admiss'on is SI.20 per person.
including tax
WI2VZ
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M.
EVERY TUESDAY
6:00 to 6:45 P. M.
(until further notice)
Yiddish Classical Hour
EVERY SUNDAY
A Variety of Stars in the
Latest Recordings Available
CLASSICALLITURGICAL
AND FOLK MUSIC
Kaplan Heads
X. Nliorr Lodge
A. J. Kaplan. Miami attorney
was elected president of the
North Shore L idge. B'nai B'rith.
at their last regular meeting held
;; Temple Beth Sholom.
Elected to serve with Kaplan
the term April 1948 to April
1949 were 1st vice-pres.. Lie
Solomon; 2nd vice pres.. Leonard
Tobin: sec. Mark S in; fi-
nancial sec Malcolm First; treas..
Sam Weinfeld: guardian. Dr. S. G
Polak; and monitor, Jack Law-
son.
Trustees are Dr. Landau. Sam
- I vey, Melvin Richards. Nat
Berkowitz: and council delt .
A. J. Kaplan. Lestei Laskv. L< wis
Safft.
31 ti Di : PtmenJ of the Jew-
ish W >,!e,cd
ip for co-
op, r.iiion in a nation-wide cam-
. to solicit food and clothing
Cyprus and P..1-
irding to a statement
lot! SI De-
enl C -inlander, who hu
been designated by the nal
resp msi-
:::, Fri( :: >" m
. !a.
I-.' Greenberg, prominent com-
mun,.: ;!c- 's
state thc
the JWV will
ve to
secure con ty-w ide support
lich is
. ing the approval of tin
department
C Saul Von Z
Miami Bt ich i1 -t : JWV
nated A J Kaplan in
.:. Beach activi-
mmand< Obbie R
thai of the Norman Bruce Brown
p renting a
representative of his post I en-
list the s..;
in the Mi inity.
It State De-
Jewish War Vet-
least four train
ind clothing will be
through the co-
ordinated efforl if Jewish and
non-Jewish organizations and in-
i in nv
the ri. food and clothing
shortage of our co-religionists in
'he <: camps in Cyprus
and in Palestine," Commander
Roth stated. "Assembly points for
collection of food and clothing.
and the dates of the drive will
be soon announced"
Mrs. Lehrman Address**
Hadassah In Hollywood
For real
Holiday Enjoyment!
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
MATZ0HS
"The Matzoh with the Taste"
AlsoMatzoh Meal. Cake Meal. E
Matzoh s. Noodles. Farfel, and other
high quality food products nearly
a score of superior Passover foods
that enhance Holiday menus!
Ambijan Concert
Marks 29 Years
In honor of the twentieth an-
sary of Birobidjan. the
r Miami Ambijan commit-
:ng a concert cele-
n Sunday in Miami Beach
elementary school. 1420 Wash-
n Ave.
Katz, member "f the
national Ambijan committee, will
be guest speaker
Si h Bracken Carney, noted
I will feature the
ted by Harry Car-
I ttv piano Raveena. record
mimic artist, will offer several of
her comedy pantomine repertoire.
Also scheduled to appear is the
'.k chorus under the di-
rection of Lou:.- P wesky,
Tick H.20 including tax
ted at the door.

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MIAMI. FLORIDA
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Fust annual "Give-and-Take"
Donor Luncheon of the Holly-
and Ft Lauderdale Chap-
ter of Hadassah was held Tues-
i.,v. March 30. at the Hollywood
hotel, attended by 135
people.
Blessing was given by Rabbi
Raab of Temple Emanu-El
Ft. Lauderdale.
Mrs Louis J. Golden, president,
greeted the guests and introduced ^
principal speaker. Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman. of Miami Beach
Mis. Lehrman had been guest
speaker at the first meeting of
the Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale
chapter of Hadassah. when it was
organized a year ago.
V.rm Flack, new president of
th" Hollywood Zionist Organiza-
tion, spoke on Zionism.
Mrs. Ida Baum. chairman of
the donor luncheon, reported that
the 'Give-and-Take" Donor
Luncheon put Hollywood and Ft
Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah
over the top for their quotas for
all Hadassah projects Youth
Aliyah, Child Welfare. Hadassah
Medical Organization, School
Luncheons. Nutrition Edu'ation,
Youth Refugee Rescue and Re-
habilitation, and Land Reclama-
tion.
Miss Judy Nelson was guect
artist, accompanied by her mo-
ther. Mrs. Lillian Nelson, former
concert pianist.
The program ended with *
benediction by Rabbi M. Kauf-
man of the Jewish Community
Center in Hollywood.
with Nelson mclude
first rtce-pres, Norma J*
second vice P:es.;Daveu*
treas.; Abe Schafer. Cor7*
>ng sec; Florenci Abr
recording sec.
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Masada Elects
YHsoh President
Ted Nelson was elected presi-
dent of Masada at their regular
meeting last week in the Miami
Beach YM & WHA. Over 150
people attended the gathering.
Other officers chosen to serve
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PAGE THREE
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Palestine Issue:
no longer any secret .
Jews in Palestine have heav-
eapons than anyone suspects
Vnd they may even have at
disposal small naval units
btect immigration and muni-
[ships Such ships will be
ling the shores of the Jewish
on the day following the
[h surrender of the Mandate
here will be no fear of their
intercepted by the British
since Britain will no longer
"boss" in Palestine's waters
incidentally, it is a mistake
Knk that the Jews in Pales-
[depend on American-made
. The lifting by the United
of its arms embargo for
Jewish fighters would, na-
|y. help to no small extent
curing more weapons .
Its primary effect would be
lip the Haganah get arms in
fin European and Latin
|ican countries at prices
lower than are quoted at
it These countries are
(charging exorbitant prices
filing munitions to the
In Palestine, only because
know that the Haganah can-
|uv arms in the United States
I is a good deal of em-
| i in Washington of-
circles over the results of a
completed by the For-
fPolicy Association The
blishes that the picture
|nted to the American public
ne danger of losing the next
I if the U.S. does not get oil
thi Middle East was def-
ly i xaggeratad The direct
pgic value of America of Mid-
astein oil has been "decided-
perst:essed," the study shows
Dr. Bernard Brodie, professor
Iternational Relations at Yale
lersity and author of several
on sea-power, naval strat-
and defense problems, di-
^d the study ... He asserts
the first fundamental goal
|trategic oil policy for the
eri States must be the posses-
|"within our own territory or
to it" of a vast fund of
lily available oil To this
he urges the encouragement
ugh government subsidies of
' S and also the development
synthetic oil industry.
I no will bet on Amer-
eventually sending troops to
stine to implement the pro-
trusteeship plan may not
3o losers As the situation
at present, the United
fcs may become the sole trus-
tee of Palestine, since no other
U.N. member wants to take the
responsibility for enforcing trus-
teeship Being that Britain has
again indicated its determination
to leave Palestineand the Unit-
ed States cannot afford to let
Russia got a foothold there-
there is practically no way out
except for America to become
the trustee of the Holy Land .
This is v/hy there are prediction?
in Washington now that Ameri-
can troops will soon be sent to
further exploration for oil within
Palestine to replace "the British
troops there ... It is, of course,
possible that the U.S. trusteeship
proposal may fail to get he nec-
essary majority of votes at the
United Nations The situation
would then become even more
confused and critical than it is
today, and the U.S. would defin-
itely be held responsible for it
. After paralyzing the work of
the Palestine commission plus *he
failure of its trusteeship proposal,
the U.S. Grvernment would have
to do something to bring about
order in Palestine under all cir-
cumstances so as to avoid the pos-
sibility of a warwhich Truman
mentioned in his statement on
trusteeship This again would
require the dispatch of American
troops to Palestine Incident-
ally, an important American Jew-
ish leader who can by no stretch
of the imagination be suspected
of sympathies to Communism,
this week warned Truman that
his reversal on Palestine may
push many Jews in Palestine into
the hands of the Soviets, consid-
erably against their wi'l They
will have to fight for their verv
lives after the termination of the
Mandate and they may therefore
be compelled to seek aid from
Russia if the democratic countries
remain indifferent to their fate.

RUSSIA IN FLUX:
Much of the pre-war Jewish
life in Soviet Russia has now been
changed The Jewish settle-
ments in Crimea and the Ukraine
are today far from what they
were before the Nazi invasion of
these territories Many of the
settlers were killed by the Nazis
VOTE FOR
JOHN H. YATES
Overseas Veteran. World War II
Circuit Judge. Group 7
11th Judicial Circuit.
Dade County- Fla.
Pd. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES
VOTE FOR
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HOTEL
PRESIDENT MADISON
ON THE OCEAN AT 38th ST.. MIAMI BEACH
SEDER SERVICES
will be celebrated
tpril 23rd and 24th, 7:00 P. M.
Services Conducted By
Rabbi David Raab
of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale
CORINNE GOODMAN, MEZZO SOPRANO
For Reservations
PHONE NORMAN, MAITRE D'HOTE, 5-0741
AIR-CONDITIONED DINING ROOM
and much of the Jewish land
there is no longer Jewish This
is why much of the information
on Jews in "Russia in Flux," by
Sir John Maynard, just pub'isheH
by Macmillan, is not exactly up
to date However, from the
historical point of view, the book
contains interesting facts on Jew-
ish life under the Soviet regime
. The author devotes much
space to the Jewish autonomous
region of Biro-Bidjan and to the
quasi-autonomous slatus which
Jews enjoy in Crimea, Byelorus-
sia and the Ukraine Numer-
ous Jewish Soviets there, he snvs,
are conducting all their transac-
tions in Yiddish The Jewi.-.h
regional Soviet in the Kherson
district, in the Ukraine, had a
Jewish Police Commissioner with
a small jail >vh?re the records
were kept in Yiddish There
are a considoraole number of
courts in the Ukraine and White
Russia where business is con-
ducted entirely in Yiddish .
There are Jewish police in Kiev
and a Jewish registration office
for marriages and divorces in
Odessa conducted in Yiddish .
The author claims tnat there has
been some growth of anti-Semit-
ism in the U.S.S.R and attributes
it to "the large number of Jews
employed in public offices" .
The Soviet Government, he says,
is mobatting anti-Semitism but
is, in fact, neither pro- nor anti-
Jewish "It simply gives thf.
Jews the same encouragement
which it gives to other nationali-
ties, while discouraging the sep-
aration which appears to be in-
volved in Zionism," he estab-
lishes ... As I said before, some
Dan Rosenthal
Off For Texas
Dan Rosenthal, activities di-
rector of the Miami YM & WHA,
is leaving Friday to accept the
position of executive director at
the Jewish Community Center in
Touston, Texas. His post here is
to be filled by Julius Samuels
from New York.
Prior to serving four years in
the Army Air Corps, Rosenthal
was a director of the Jewish Cen-
ter of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was
discharged as a captain before
coming here, having spent 18
months overseas in North Africa.
While in the community Mr.
and Mrs. Rosenthal have been re-
siding at 2625 S.W. 24th Ave.
American Veterans Com.
Presents "Blithe Spirit"
Prop Theatre of the American
Veterans Committee, Miami
Beach Chapter, will present Noel
Coward's "Blithe Spirit" at the
Miami Beach High school Satur-
day and Sunday.
The cast, under the direction
of Mike LeBoyer, has been pre-
paring the production for four
months.
Curtain will rise at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets, at $1.00 plus tax, will
be sold at the door.
AVC Party
Miami Beach Chapter of Amer-
ican Veterans Committee will
honor the showgirls of Greater
Miami at a cocktail party, to be
held at the Atlantis hotel, Sun-
day, April 11, from 4 to 6 p.m.
All showgirls in the area, as
well as members from the various
chapters of AVC, are invited to
attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
20727.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES RURIN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of CHARLES RUBIN, dec. as, d.
into of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
Ills orfire In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
name will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date April 2. A. D. 1948.
GEORGE RUBIN
LOUIS RUBIN
As Administrators of the Estate
of CHARLES RUBIN. DecaMOd
GKORGB J. TAXJANOFF
Attorney for Administrators
4/9-16-23-30
of the facts about Jewish life in
the U S.S.R. as given by Sir John,
ar? out of date, but readers inter-
ested in Russia will find the book
of greet value since it is one of
the best studies of modern Rus-
sia.
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20th ANNIVERSARY OF BIROBIDJAN
1928 1948
Grand Concert Celebration
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Sarah Bracken Carney, Violinist
assisted by Harry Carney, Pianist
RaveenaRecord Mimic Artist
Jewish Folk ChorusLouis Powesky, Conductor
SUNDAY, APRIL II. 8:30 P.M.
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FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
has been
MU Sinai
For quite some time the public
perturbed by the lack of definite information on
the proposed Ml. Sinai Hospital. The board of
trustees issued the following statement dated
April 1, 1948, tided "What Are the Facts About
Mt. Sinai?"
During the winter season of 1946-47, a cam-
paign was conducted to raise S2,500,000 (based
on estimated costs at the time) to bi-ild a 200-
bed non-sectarian, non-profit general hospital
to be known as the Mt. Sinai Hospital of Great-
er Miami, Inc.
The public was told, during the campaign
"We expect to begin construction in 1947, and
it is hoped that Mt. Sinai Hospital will open its
doors in 1948."
The campaiqn was successful in reaching
almost the entire goal in pledges, and a large
sum of monev was cctually collected.
This is April, 1948. Construction of
Sinai Hospital has not begun, nor has a
been selected.
Mt.
site
Why0
The board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital
wants to place before the public the reasons .
When the campaign was undertaken, we
had no definite site or specific building plans
in view. We were motivated by the urgent need
for additional hospital beds in Greater Mami.
But we were very well aware of the highly in-
flated costs confronting us, and we chose to
move cautiously in spending the money made
available to us by the public. During the cam-
crn, a site committee began to investigate
locations, and to report its findinqs.
trly in 1947. before a site had been se-
lected, we lecrned that the Veterans Adminis-
tration intended to vacate the Nautilus Hospital
on Miami Beach, and that this property would
be sold by the Wot Assets Administration. We
rl the property would probably be sold
at a fair price, and we were agreed that it
i be mcst desirable for Mt. Sinai Hospital.
If we could acquire the Nautilus property, we
would have succeeded in some measure in
meeting the problem of inflated costs. We went
on record immediately as being interested in
acquiring Nautilus end we were probably the
very first group to do so.
We had no way of know:na how lonq it
would be before the WAA would be ready to
sell Nautilus. Almost a full year has passed and
the WAA has still not publicly announced the
property for sale, although it has been on the
point of doing so for several months. There
have been many delays over which we have
had no control whatever.
Meanwhile, other groups have announced
their intention to seek to acquire Nautilus .We
take this as further evidence of the general de-
sirability of the property. Although these other
qroups can in no way alter the position of Mt.
Sinai in its application for Nautilus, their entry
into the picture undoubtedly complicates
matters.
We are now advised that the property will
be announced for sale very soon. We are
prepared to make our case before the WAA
one of the strongest, based upon the following
facts:
1. Mt. Sinai Hospital is probably the only
orgamzation with sufficient funds available at
once to take over Nautilus and begin opera-
* # Eft*
L organized anti-Semitic activity m 1947^than
at any time since 1933 there was, s.multaneously
""erv real increase in unorganized ant**-*
to By unorganized anti-Semitism was meant
Svidual host.lity again* Jews and d*cnmm.
m on the economic social and
educational level.
The wane in organized anti-Semitism is an
encouraging sign. But the concomitant rise in
unorganized anti-Semitism holds dangerous im-
The avowed and organized anti-
plicctions.
Semites car. be met and challenged. Their pro-
paganda can be exposed. If in the course of their
-mongering campaign they clash with the
law they car. be prosecuted. Unorganized anti-
Ser.-. the other hand, is an elusive target
he:\ce, more difficult to tackle.
The extent to which "unorganized anti-Semit-
(8 beer, conditioned by "organized anti-
Se... within the realm of con-
ture. Bat it would be folly to think that there is
no r ip whatsoever between them.
Dark forces are clouding the American hori-
zon even cs the world is still struggling to emerge
fron] ne of Hitlerdom. The war hysteria
ch is currently sweeping the country is playing
into the -i the bigots and hate mongers.
The anti-Semitic propaganda which the Arab
states let loose in the U.S. is having its effect. The
Hitlerites in America are still dreaming dreams of
power. The rise in unorganized anti-Semitism is
a symptom of the times and a danger signal of
what lies ahead for Jewry if the world does not
regain its sanity.
tions with minimum delay.
2. Mt. Sinai Hospital is the only organ-
ization that can offer hospital operation ex-
perience (Alton Road Hospital).
3. Mt. Sinai Hospital is the only organ-
zation prepared to make of Nautilus what
Greater Miami needs mosta first-class gen-
eral hospital, fully equipped to care for the
people of this community and its visitors. Mt.
Sinai Hospital will provide service and research
in all departments, both general and specific.
To the all important question "What ii Mt.
Sinai does not succeed in acquiring Nautilus
hospital?" the following was stated.
In the event that all of our efforts fail,
we are prepared to go ahead immediately
with the purchase of a site, and the prepara-
tion of plans and specifications. At such time,
we will be faced with the condition as to
ccsts which is described by a survey among
hospital architects made by the magazine
HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT, (February, 1948):
Prices per cubic foot are now being quoted
at SI.00 to SI.50, against a pre-war cost of
65c to 85c; prices per bed (exclusive of
furnishingsi are now being quoted up to
S2G,0C0 against a pre-war cost of S5.000.
We have followed a course of action dic-
tated by our sincere desire to prov.de the best
hospital possible within the means available
Time has been lost; but a very great deal may
thereby be gamed.
Yi'hivvvmvnl
Despite the unexpected
fowish Center
Honors Talianoff
At the Annual Jewish Center
dinner held last week at the Vic-
hotel. George J. Talianoff. one of
the prominent leaders of the Cen-
ter, was honored.
Talianoff. an attorney in Mi-
ami Beach, and director of the
Florida Regional office of the
B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
League, joined the membership
of the Jewish Center two years
ago and within a short time be-
came active in the work of the
organization. He was asked to as-
sume the responsibility of chair-
manship of the Center's recent
building fund drive and under his
direction brought the drive to
a successful financial conclusion.
In appreciation for his efforts
Talianoff was presented with a
ltis< ;i\ ii' Kennel
Open April 14.
A week from Friday
16, will see the spring opening!
of Florida's oldest greyhound
ing center, the Biscay ne K.
Club, and the start of this
spring dog racing schedule
through May 31.
Staging a highly successful fall
meeting. Biscayne's gates have
been closed during the
Beach, West Flagler and H
wood meetings that will have
completed their schedule by
Thursday night. April 15.
Under the Florida State Rac-
ing Commission supervision, pop-
ular and spacious Biscayne moves
towards its spring meeting with
-merqenciei I
grave setbacks that have occ ,.ned duhnc
months. Jews in some areas of Europe qm|I
ginning to climb out of the shadows andmlr
if slowlytoward revival.
This is the stirrinq assur-nce of (
annual report of the Joint Dis-oution ComJ?
issued this week. The report telis in inten2
detail how the JDC spent S73.31l.500 last vea I
funds provided chiefly by the American \Z I
community through the United Jewish Am
augmented by generous gifts from the je!
South Africa, Canada, Latin America and &\
lands. JDC's hand was extended in brothetW
to nearly 1.000,000 of our fellow Jews, braZ
them relief from suffering and \ ope for the SI
Providing basic needsfood, clothing and ihtWl
was JDC'e chief concern, 'ihrough canlesj
cash grants and some 85.000,000 pounds J
urgently needed supplies from the United StsJ
alone, relief in the form of food end other nectsl
ties was furnished to 750,000 hungry, '
Jews.
If this vast achievement stood alone it qmJ
well be hailed as an unprecedented accompli
mentbut it is only part of the total petal
Throughout its long history of a third of a cental
of constructive aid the JDC har never been|
tent with meeting day by day i.eeds. It has lail
tionally looked beyond the requirements d A
moment and striven toward bunding a morei
cure future for the people it undertook to hdJ
To this end in 1947 JDC extended protective (
to 137,000 of the 182,000 surviving Jewish i
Children and young adults in every Eu
land were enabled to attend schools a
versities. Hundreds of thousands oi sick andi
Jews received medical care Ihrough JDC's 1
program. Nor were the cultural and reli
needs of Europe's Jews overlooked in the I
of the almost overwhelming task of reb
every phase of Jewish life.
These are solid accomplishments to
we can look with pride. But perhaps the
heartening note in the JDC report concerns ill
with the progress made in some areas
self-support and independence Through a i
struction program started in 1946 and implen
in 1947, some 103,000 Jewswage earners I
their families on JDC relief rolls one year fl
were assisted to self-support. At the same Ii
42.000 young people were given opportuns|
to learn new skills or to brush up on old onatl
JDC-supported Hachsharoth, or training cen|
Firm in the realization that only throw
emigration can the problems o: a large nunM
of survivors.be solved, JDC carried forwardll
historic role of helping Jews go where they i
Owing to governmental restrictions beyond f
control, the numbers were not as large o i
would hope, but 30,000 aided c teach permtr
havens is no small achieveme:.:. From !
we may be confident that when large-scale1"
migration opportunities are opened up, the f
will be on hand, lending every effort to f
the uprooted on their way to new homes mi
United States, Palestine and other lands.
The needs of Europe's Jews while ftlfj
for a chance to go to Palestine or to reesta
themselves in their native lands, are still ur
The months ahead call for inci<./sed the gains already won and lo -?eed ina
numbers on the road to a better jmon*\,
moment in history it is tanpoesible to pw,
events of the future, but of this we may
at the side of Europe's Jews da, in and aaj
Will be the JDC, serving as the supporting
in their heroic struggle towards revival.
dogs from
known kennels and a
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the revh
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ichest purse of
May climax-
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,Und( neral supen
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yne "official fam-
ntmues intact ae it has <
s. These include, Frank
b ?.u PtroUer; Willia
'. Moore Presiding judge; Ben
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James
Thomas H
William A fi
gold engraved wristwatch by
Jewish Center.
the
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associate judge;
eming. chart and
A V. Ell
judge; Wally Hend
judge; G. A. Powell, track s^uper-
and starter
is. paddock
erson. patrol
intendent
American Plan
Linked With
British Policy
NEW YORK, (JTA) The
American plan for a trusteeship
to] Palestine was sharply critic-
ized by a spokesman for the Jew-
ish Agency who termed it "an
attempt to perpetuate under U.N.
auspices" the British White
Paper policy and warned that
the Jewish people would oppose
it. The text of the Agency state-
ment follows:
"This is an attempt to per-
petuate, under UN. auspices, the
1939 White Paper policy which
has brought nothing but suffer-
ing and death to the Jews and
bloodshed and chaos in Palestine.
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)AY, APRIL 9, 1948
+ leisli Meridian
irrises To live
Louisville
low on a motor trip that will
j. them through Florida and
at.\v Orleans, are Mr. and Mrs.
bine L. Harris who were united
lafternoon of March 28 in the
ridian hotel by Rabbi Joseph
Ranch of Louisville, Ky. The
imony was followed by a re-
(ion for wedding guests and
by a family dinner in the
jl,, former Miss Rosalyn Gold-
|n daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
m Goldstein of 840 Lenox Ave.,
turn Beach, and Harris, son of
and Mrs. Abe Harris, 9524
trie Ave., Miami Beach, will
Uk' in Louisville following
Li. honeymoon.
Miss Phyllis Goldstein was maid
honor for her sister. Brides-
were the Misses Betty
pi.vn, Gloria Farkas and Rose-
L.-v Harris, sister of the groom. Mrs. Harris
fc-he groom's brother, Marvin Mrs. Bessie Wilke and son, Ed-
ris served as best man. Ushers ward, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs.
ded Melvin Greene, Bill Sam Fisher and Mr. and Mrs.
I and Irving Goldstein, Isar Gerber, Newark.
Iks.n of the bride. ,
M.s Harris is a graduate of
I Beach High school. She
1 I the University of Miami
I she was active in Hillel,
was a member of Clara Hirsh
1 chapter, B'nai B'rith
1 n.
veteran of the Marines, Har-
i-nded the Universities of
: ina and Indiana and was a
er of Sigma Alpha Mu
, i-nity. In Miami he was a
t.ber of Tropical lodge, B'nai
and is affiliated w!th Mid-
I Mortgage company in Louis-
Hlle.
i .,-of-town guests for the oc-
ta ncluded Mr. and Mrs. Pete
an, Louisville; Mr. and
|Mr Jack Kaplan, and Mrs.
[S Krupp, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs.
I allivan. New Orleans; Mr.
lane Mrs. Nathan Fisher and son,
111 id. West Englewood, N. J.;
Rabbi Zwitman
Unites Danbaums
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of
Temple Israel of Miami officiated
at the wedding of Mrs. Bertha
Malamut, president of the Ver-
sailles hotel, and Ben F. Dan-
baum of Miami Beach yesterday
at high noon.
Following the ceremony, at-
tended by the immediate families
only, Mr. ahd Mrs. Danbaum flew
to New York where they are to
spend two weeks at the Waldorf-
Astoria.
They plan a spring vacation in
Atlantic City and Washington,
following which they will hold a
reception and cocktail party for
their friends of Miami and Miami
Beach in the Gulfstream room
of the Versailles hotel, May 2.
Miss Lewis Receives
Regional Hadassah Post
Miss Selma Lewis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 1211
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, was
recently chosen
education chair-
man of the
Southern and
South Eastern
regions of Junior
Hadassah. The
two regions in-
clude the states
of L o u i s i a n a,
Tennessee, Ala-
bama, Georgia,
South Carolina
and Florida. Miss Leuits
Among Miss Lewis' activities
locally are vice president and
education chairman of the Great-
er Miami chapter, Junior Hadas-
sah; treasurer. Young Judaea
Leaders' Council; Advisor to the
Young Judaea's Council; and
leader of the Young Judaea
"Yagour" group. She is also a
founder and board member of
the Junior League (formerly the
Young People's League) of Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, and a representative of
the Miami Beach Jewish Young
Adult council.
Miss Baar .loins
June Brides-to-be
B'nai B'rith Hour Is
Dedicated To ADL
The B'nai B'rith hour heard
each Monday over station WWPB
from 9 to 10 p.m. will be devoted
this week to the Anti-Defamation
League. Speakers scheduled to be
heard include Sidney Myer,
Rabbi Colman Zwitman, George
Talianoff and Gilbert Balkin.
.TRY
FUR STORAGE
AT HOME
Miss Lewis is on the faculties
of both the Hebrew Academy and
Temple Beth Sholom Sunday-
school and attends a Teachers In-
stitute sponsored by the Bureau
o^ Jewish Education.
Miss Baar
Miss Joy Baar has chosen June
20 for the date of her marriage
to Bernard Harold Levine of Chi-
cago. Their engagement has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. Howard Klivans,
3175 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Levine is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Levine, Wausau,
Wis. Both of the couple attended
the University ol Wisconsin.
Obituary
MRS. QOLDIE KOPPELMAN
Age 57, of 2420 Flamlnc" Dr.. Miami
lipach. died Sunday night :tt her home.
A resident r.f Mlnrui Beach for the
past four years, 8he cam'' from Louls-
vllle. Ky. She Is survived by her hus-
band. Myer, and three daughters, Jean
and Kvelyn. all r>f Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Leon Sherman of Louisville She
worked with the Hadassah and B'nai
U'rith during her residence here. The
hodv was sent by the Riverside Mem-
orial chapel to Louisville for burial
services.
B & P Meeting
Miami Beach Business and
Professional Division of Hadas-
sah will hold its regular meeting
Monday evening, 8:30 p.m., at
the YMHA, Miami Beach.
A special program for the eve-
ing will feature Rabbi Murray
Grauer as guest speaker. A skit
in honor of the Passover holidays
will be in charge of Beatrice
Karg, one of the members of the
j organization.
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Goldstein Opens Office
For Public Accounting
Benjamin Goldstein, certified
public accountant, opened his of-
fice April 5 at 1616 duPont Bldg
for public accounting and tax
consulting.
He was formerly comptroller
for Standard Wines and Liquors.
inc in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein came
here from New York three years
ago where he had received his
C.P.A. certificate in 1926 and wa?
engaged in accounting, tax work
ana legal practice before moving
to Miami. They reside at 4334 Al-
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State Zionists
The First Annual Florida Zion-
ist State Conference, assembled
in Orlando on Sunday.
28th. rededicated the Z.O.A in
that State to continued, unremit-
ting labors on behalf of the es-
tablishment of the Jewish Staf?
in Palestine and set up machinery
foi int rk on tru
Miami Hadassah
Monthly Meeting
Honors Passover
Miami Beach Group of Ha-
dassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday.
April 12th. at 1:30 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sam Simonh gram
chairman. will present Al
Gannes of the Bureau
Education and Mrs David Wi
man. who are using the theme.
Passover 1948Life or D.
for a discussion. Mrs. Louis Hei-
man. chairman of
ing committi i assist!
dames Harry Rubin. Ned Sail.
Oscar Lelchuck, Raymond Rubin
and Sam Sapiro will present the
slate for the (
Mt-j Newman, chair-
man u-!;
collect linens and lot rxg Mrs
Edwai J'"
rome G
men. will preside al
. ..:
members.
From the Exodus and forever after
GOOD, KOSHER WINE!
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OLD-FASHIONED
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WINES
HOROWITZ
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ore just like home-made!
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made exclusively by strict
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from pressing through bottling.
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Holt-Gallons, Gallons, and
Special Quart Table
Decanters popularly
priced all assured to give
full Holiday enjoyment.
*
Look for the Rabbinical certificate on label.
and special tamper-proof "Hechsher" on bottle-cop.
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PHONES 3-3436 and 3-3376
Mrs. Myers Elected
By Welfare Board
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers was
elected chairman of District Wel-
fare Board Nine, one of 12 units
of the state welfare board, at a
meeting Tuesday.
Chosen vice-chairman was A.
L Reynolds. Mrs Myers also is
lent of the Miami section of
National Council of Jewish
Women and a member of the
I of Family Service Reyn-
olds is president of the Negro
..,. Council.
Holt To Head
Miami Elks
Frank J. Holt was installed as
exalted ruler of the Miami lodge
of the Elks Wednesday evening.
The meeting followed a dinner
at 6:30 p.m. in the cocktail lounge
,f the lodge.
Other officers installed includ-
ed E. Albert Pallot, esteemed
leading knight; W. A. Cashon.
esteemed loyal knight; Daniel G.
Satin, esteemed lecturing knight.
R. E Norcross is secretary, Al-
bert J. Cornfield, treasurer; Her-
bert Chase, tiler" R. D. Freeman.
Adl Bar Motzrah
Mr. and Mrs ilt0
nounce ,he Ujr M,^*
son. Roy Sanford a congregation -.om **l
at 9:30 a.m. Rabbj >
will officiate ^1
Reception ,a, oe held a J
evening fro,,. 8 to i0 p *l
fam.l/s home. 2477 S W ^1
trustee; and Dudley M Ca,
alternate rep. "sentative 71
Grand Lodge
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
Milk and Dairy Products
Under the Supervision of
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS
Rabbi Moses Meschelof f
Congregation Beth Jacob. Director
Phone 5-5537 Now!
TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS
or order from route salesman


inference of Women's Organizations
o Spearhead SOS Drive Starting April 20
I The Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
unty has undertaken to spear-
ead the S.O.S. Clothing and Food
Irive for the period of April 20
hrough May 21.
Mrs. Freda Newman, Miami and
frnmi Beach chairman Mrs. Jack
Falk announced at a recent
Meeting of all organizational
LOS. chairmen that this emerg-
Cicy drive for clothes and canned
piidistuffs is of the utmost im-
brtanee and urgency at this time
ecause of the great need exist-
(jg among the European Jews
or these articles.
There will be two central col-
feition depots, one in Miami and
fee in Miami Beach, where donors
till be able to bring their pack-
ges beginning April 19.
The advisory committee as an-
lounced by the co-chairman is
follows: Miss Ethel Mintzer,
Ira Monte Selig, Mrs. A. J.
fobin and Mrs. Sidney Wein-
raub.
..il committee chairmen
Mrs. George Goldberg, Sun-
lay .schools; Mrs. Morris Alpert
and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, new
clothing; and Mrs. George Chert-
kof, publicity.
Further information may be
obtained by calling Mrs. Falk at
58-3620, or Mrs. Newman at
82-5789 or 9-2664.
AUTO GLASS
I:.-tailed While You Walt
Full Line of
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ADAMS GLASS
SERVICE
1805 Purdy Avenue
Call 58-3756
B'nai B'rith Statewide
Membership Drive
Starts On April 11
A state-wide membership
drive will be launched by B'nai
B'rith on April 11, it has been
announced by Harold Turk, state
membership chairman.
Six adult lodges and four wom-
en's chapters in the greater Mi-
ami area are laying plans for a
10 day concentrated membership
campaign to expand the ranks of
B'nai B'rith which now totals
3,000 persons.
Kick-off affairs have been
planned during the past week by
the men's lodges and a total goal
of 200 has been set, with Sholem
Lodge and Miami Beach Lodge
aiming for 50 new members each
and Tropical, Isaac Levin, Coral
Gables and North Shore Lodges
expecting to enroll 25 new men
each.
Sholem Women Invite
Newcomers To Meeting
Sholem Lodge Women of B'nai
B'rith have extended a special in-
vitation to new American citizens
to attend their next meeting
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Temple Is-
rael, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami.
foeftyt*
SWIM*
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P^X
ROKEACH
Aos^NYAFAT
Yet, do your Patsover cooking,
baiting, and frying with this
purely vegetable product. It
helps make your foods tastier,
more wholesome, more easily
digestible. Use It all year
'round. Your grocer has it.
Ask for it by name.
Look for th special
"KOSHER FOR PASSOVER" l.btl
on tn# Ur
Fulton Charges
Administration For
Palestine Reversal
James Fulton, U.S. representa-
tive from Pennsylvania, told at-
tendants at the Beach district
Zionist dinner Sunday that Con-
gress was not consulted before
the administration proposal was
made to reverse the United Na-
tions ruling on Palestine parti-
tion
The Republican stated that such
a decision should have been pre-
sented to Congress before it was
adopted a.': American policy, if a
bipartisan program were to be
followed.
In charge of arrangements for
Sunday's affair in the Grossinger-
Pancoiist hotel, Miami Beach, was
Seymour Rubin. On the commit-
tee with him were Isadore Gold-
berg, Alex Van Straaten, Alfred
Stone and Dr. David S. Andron.
Hollywood Lodge B'nai B'rith
will sponsor a meeting in ob-
servance of Pan American Day
on Thursday. April 15, at 8 p.m.
at the Jewish Community Center
in that city.
The program will be under the
direction of Louis Charnow and
was arranged in conjunction with
the B'nai B'rith Council of Great-
er Miami.
Music Council
Seeks Singers
Jewish Music Council has an-
nounced that several more sing-
ers are needed for the Bialik
Singers, a newly organized choral
group under the direction of Leon
Shiff. Auditions and rehearsals
are held every Thursday evening
at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom,
VOTE FOR
JOHN H. YATES
Assure Fair. Honest and Im-
partial Administration of Justice
Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit.
Dade County. Fla.
Pd. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES
Chase Ave. and 41st St., Miami
Beach.
Further information is directed
to 7-1881 or 5-6819.
The
Roosevelt School
at Hyde Park, N. Y.
Private resident elementary school
for boys and girls. Most modern
school buildings and all facilities
on beautiful estate adjoining
Roosevelt Shrine. Now accepting
enrollments for the fall semester
of September, 1948.
Dietary laws observed
Catalog on Request
DANIEL THOTZKY. Direcioi
New York Office: 1775 Broadway
Telephone: Circle 7-7215
I .,
Emunah Chapter
Plans Parties
A benefit games party will be
given by the# loyalty club of
Emunah chapter, Order of East-
ern Star, at the home of Charlotte
Schwartz, associate matron, 1005
N.W. 6th St. Thursday evening
at 8 p.m. Welfare chairman,
chairman, Frances Brown, and
her committee, Sadie Weiss, Elsie
Lake, Celia Auslander and
Ethlyn Hittelman, will be
hostesses.
Emunah chapter also plans a
party and entertainments for the
children of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home, 4250 West
Flagler St. at 2 p.m. Sunday.
April 18. Mrs. Brown and Mrs.
Hittleman will be hostesses. En-
tertainment will be provided by
the following children: Teddy
Kahova, Stewart Hittleman and
Sheldon Hittleman.
Bureau Nominates
Slate of officers for the Bureau
of Jewish Education to be elected
this month were named at the
last meeting of the Bureau, March
30, including: honorary pies.,
Louis Heiman; Max Meisel, pies.;
David Isen and Dr. David Andron,
vice presidents; Israel Shapoff,
secretary; and Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ner, treas.
Rabbi Max Shapiro headed the
nominations committee.
It's Time For Your
SPRING VACATION
SAFETY HARBOR SPA
off season rates effective now
The ideal spot for that much needed rest and recreation.
Luxurious surroundings, swimming in beautiful outdoor,
mineral-waters pool. Twenty acres of landscaped grounds.
Massages, steam and cabinet baths,
osteopathic treatments; compatible diets
under direction of trained dieticians.
For
Recreation Rest Rejuvenation
come to the
SAFETY HARROR SPA
Salem H. Baranoff, Director
SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA
6 miles East of Clearwater
Rabbi Shapiro, Speaker
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the regular Wed-
nesday luncheon meeting of the
Miami Beach Zionist district this
week in the National hotel, Mi-
ami Beach at 12:15 p.m.
CAMP
CAMP ENROLL NOW
DELANORE 30th s....n DELAWAXEN
for girls 6-16 FEE $550 (All Incl) for boys 6-16
BAMBI HALL for Children 4-6. Expert guidance and care.
"IN THE POCONOS"ZVt hours from New York
Daniel Trotsky. Director 1775 Broadway. N.Y.C. Circle 5-8925
Uncle Herb and Aunt Belle are happy to announce
registration for:
CAMP OSCEOLA
Two Separate Camps for Jewish Children
(est. 1924)
FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS
on Mills River on Lake Osceola
Horse Shoe. N. C. Hendersonville, N. C.
Member: American Camping Association
Resident doctor and nurse, modern sanitation, mature
staff, 2500 ft. elevation, all outdoor and water sports, including
horseback riding, American Jewish cuisine.
Continuing our policy of Sabbath Services and Jewish
values as established by the late Rabbi Dr. George Solomon,
of Savannah, Ga.
CAMP FATHER AND CAMP MOTHER:
MR. AND MRS. MORRI8 (POP AND MOM) SEGAL
Directors and Owners:
Herbert Silver. B.S. in Ed., M.Ed.
Belle Segal Silver. L.L. B.A.
950 Jefferson Ave. ami Beach. Fla.
Phone: 5-5975 5-4239
VANS RETURNING EMPTY
New York, Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago
MIAMI STORAGE AND VAN CO. INC.
Agents for
ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. AND VAN CO.
156 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-8284
ELECT
Paid Political Ailv.
DARREY A.
DAVIS
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
For Passover Pleasure
and
Good Nourishment!
BREAKSTONE'S
FARMER CHEESE
CREAM CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM
SWEET HI III:II
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
And All Year'Round
CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN
OF NEW YORK
Be sure that the name
3keadfone%
appears on every product
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Personally Speaking...
Spending several weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, 17 Majorca Ave.. Coral Gables, is Miss
Rita Grossman. Miss Grossman, former news editor oi the
Jewish Floridian, is now connected with the Jewish Agency
for Palestine in New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. 2370 S.W. 4th St., have an-
nounced the birth of a daughter, Edith Kay, March Zi.
* *
Miss Phyllis Pearl celebrated her tenth birthday Y^^
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, 2129 b.w.
12th St.
* *,
Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman have moved into their
new home at 811 E. DiLido Drive, DiLido Island.
* *
A daughter, Ilene Lynn, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
Teitler of 6357 S.W. 14th St. on April 4. Maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schneider, are visiting here from New
York.
* *
Mr and Mrs. Max Bronstein of Philadelphia who are stay-
ing at the Royal Palm hotel, entertained at dinner last week.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff of Miami; Mrs.
S. Bronstein of the Royal Palm hotel; and Louis Sionsky and
Miss May Oman of Philadelphia.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen, H S.W. 38th Ct., have a
new daughter, Loretta Renee.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal and Mr. and Mrs. George
Adler have returned from a cruise along the intra-coastal
waterway and the trans-Florida waterway, spending some time
at Palm Beach and at Stuart, Florida. The trip was made aboard
the Adlers' boat, "Ronny III."
* *
A boy, Alan Selig, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Glackman of 5916 La Gorce Dr., Miami Beach.
* +
Abner Hirsch and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Greenblatt of Atlanta,
Ga., brother, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Joseph Cohen of
147 S.E. 3rd St., Miami, have returned to their home town. Wh.le
visiting here they stayed at the Tower hotel.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen, 2359 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach,
have a new son, Michael Steven.__________________^
6 BIG PORTIONS MADY TO SERVE HOT OR COLD
The way you remember ii! Traditionally
tasteful, kitchen-made from an Old
World retipe.
Mother's clear broth comes to a delicious '
jell after a few hours in the refrigerator.
Get your jars today >o inexpensive! jj
Certainly it's Kosher and Pareve. At your Jj
grocer's now.
fto* imi sroniss kitchins of I
MOIHiri fOOO WODUCTJ. INC., NtWAlK, N.J.

COLIN ENGLISH
Opposes a General
SALES TAX

Becout* o general iol*i to" ii a rionc to buiint which
hoi a general solas '01 plocas tha burden of roising Hole 'avenue upon the
ihoulders of those leost able to corry it, Co*1" English n opposed to o
general soles toi.
After eleven continuous aori' np""it. os o member ol tha
ecutive deportment of the Stole of Florida, ond of tne State tudget
Commission, Colin English it convinced thert.- ''* the sound, economical
and practical operation of each department .no new loes will be necessary
to meet the editing services offorded by ov' 'ote government.
And. with Colin Englith as your not governor, you con be certoin
of a sound ond economical governmental operotion becouie thot'i the
kind of administration he promises you He bos proved his ability os on
executive ond o statesman and a leader. He has goined a thorough
knowledge of stole government through ele-ven years of successful lervice
as a member of the Governor's Cabinet and as o member of other
important state boords ond commnstions, durig the odmlnittrotions of
Ihree governors Colin Englith will work with the Notionol Conference of
Governors to secure on agreement with the tederol government by which
the Unitad States will abandon certoin fields of taiation...ond leove them
for the revenue of the stotes
Colin English hos already done great things for Florida ..and.
your Govornor, he will continue to do all of those things thot will serve the
best interests of ell Florida Read bn 33 point platform, then, vote for and
ELECT
COLIN ENGLISH
GOVERNOR
At The MDy 4tk Democratic Primariat
Writ. Colin Engi,* Heod^wmrtan, ToB.k......for
co#y ef 33-point program f atf Lesser Bar Mitivah
Norman B. Lesser, son of Mr.
and"-Mrs. Joseph A. Lesser. 1849
Ave., MiamJ Beach, wu
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Apni >.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, Rabbi Irving
iating. A reception
red the services in the cen-
A -, s given in honor ol
liu. : family and
the Colonial school
thl confirmand att 1 I
Less. wners
of both thi C Chil"
Miami Beach.
Jliss Ku.M'lnir
Aiihouimmv** Troili
Sackett Bar
Coleman Sackett *
and Mrs. M,lton -
S.'V. 26th L
H
Sackett, w
was Bar lr"
yesterday"mining at ,,*
H^rewS.. ,nd ^M
Krega-.mn, ,: -u Simon A!>|
ficiatintr. n AP^*1
Heception v,.ll be held W|
ro.w evening at -.he ShelhonZl
tel. Miami V ,n. ^{gj
the family.
Miss Kuschner
Benjamin Kuschner has an-
.; thi 1 agement of his
Miriam, to Arnold No-
s ,;-.. n and Mrs Louis
h r.f Washington. The wed-
ling planned for May.
Miss Kuschnei attended New
. university .mil '.
in the U S Nurse Cadet
She is making her home
now in Mcphis. Tcnn.
Miss Uoldman
Wed To Klein
Miss Mildred Goldman, daught-
,.. 0f Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman.
and Morris Charles Klein, son of
Mrs. Esther Klein of Jamaica. L
r. were united last night by Rab-
bi Murrav Grauer in the home
' the bride, 1843 N.W. 1st St.
Miss Goldman who came here
Chicago attended schools
there. She is a member of the
Miami Y and sings for the Golden
Age group at their weekly meet-
ings.
Kl, :n. the athletic director of
t':.1 Mi mi Y. was graduated from
the University "ol Miami where
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
Pni fraternity and of the foot-
tall squad. He served in the Navy
for three and a half years.
After a honeymoon in Miami
. the Kleins are to reside
in Miami.
Synagogue Program
The Living Synagogue," a
il and religious program,
is being conducted Saturday
mornings by Rabbi David Raab
of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud-
erdale. The broadcast is heard
over station WINZ at 9:15 a.m.
JftW HOTEl
BEST
WISHQ
FOR A
HAPPY
PASSOYa
The true beauty of ourTi
itional Passover willbermj
ducted by t promin
Cantor. Dietary Laws
observed.
Limited Reservations are
being accepted for the 8
of Passover.
Telephone 5-6701
Ownersh.t -Managemal
SAMUEL M. GRUNDWB.
MORRIS NEWMABI
TIDES HOTEL,
1220 OCE AN DRIVE
MIAMI BS ACH. FLA.
Ii you live anywhere in DADE COUNTY you can VOTEbl
JOHN C. JOHNSON
Broad Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad
of 3700 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach, have invited friends to
attend the Bar Mitz.vah of their
son. Morris, in Temple Beth
m, Miami Beach, tomorrow
morning Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate
Reception follows the services
in the Temple.
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
___________DISTRICT 3
Lloyd Butler _____
I. Doer
X JOHN C. JOHNSON^
I. D. MacVicar
1MIJ
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85c each!
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MEMORIAL


fr. Salo Baron
leard At T
5r. Salo Baron, one of the out-
knding Jewish historians and
Ithorities on Jewish communal
e in America, will be guest at
[joint meeting of the Town and
each Ys on Sunday evening,
pril 18, at 7 o'clock at the new
awn Y building, 450 S.W. 16th
vc.
[ Dr. Baron is to lead a discus-
or. on the Jewish Welfare
sard survey and its relation to
le individual Jewish Centers and
Is-
[ The guest speaker is professor
Jewish history, literature and
tstitutions at Columbia universi-
f, and has served as lecturer in
St Department of history for the
kwish Institute on Religion. He
a member of the executive
nmittee for the American Jew-
h Historical Society and to well-
Hown for his writings on his-
ncal subjects.
Buffet dinner will be served at
meeting at the cost of $1.00
person. Invitations are limited
members of both boards and
.sentatives from Federation,
Bureau of Jewish Education,
t the Jewish synagogues.
Frome Bar Mitzvah
Mrs. Bernard Frome has invited
friends of the family to attend
the Bar Mitzvah
of her son, Shel-|
don William, to-
morrow morning
at 9 a.m. at the
Miami Jewish
Orthodox con-'
gregation. Re-!
ception will be I
held at their*
home, 950 S.W.
12th Ave. Sun-
day at 5 p.m. Frome
Out-of-town guests for the oc-
casion include Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Frome of Webster, Mass., and
Allan Zamansky of Washington,
ft'oppellia' Seen
if Kdison Hig h
I ballet troupe of Miami,
Dancecrafters," will appear
e in the Miami Edison high
chool Monday evening, April 19,
resenting the three-act number
1 llia." Choreography is by
d Ostfeld, European artist
rho will dance the leading role.
ie all-Miami cast of 30 pre-
Hi wed their performance in
Iiiliywood last month as their
hrsl production. Instruction for
the numbers has been by Hilde-
gaide, local dance instructor, who
og> ther with Ostfeld organized
^he company.
Some of the principal dancers
[include Jean Marie Clarke, Janet
iQuartin, Myra Jo May, Myrna
IWilliers, Hollis Morrison, Sandra
[Bloom, Carol Washer and others.
Music is by Leo Delibes.
Tickets for the forthcoming
(performance are on sale at Bur-
[< m s.
Miami It. & P. To
Meet On Monday
Nomination of officers for the
coming elections in May will take
place at the regular business
meeting of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division, Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah. The
meeting will take place Monday,
evening, 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Y.
Miss Alice Cohen, chairman of
the Jewish National Fund proj-
ect will collect the J.N.F. boxes
Beach Y Teen-Agers
Conduct Seder Services
Teen Age Council of the Mi-
ami Beach YM & WHA will con-
duct a Passover Seder on Thurs-
day, April 22nd at 7 p.m., accord-
ing to Budd Cutler, adviser of
the council.
The affair will be entirely a
product of the teen agers of the
community. The Seder, which
will include the singing of ap-
propriate songs, a Passover play
by the teen age dramatic group
and dancing of Hebrew and Pal-
estinian dances, will be attuned
to modern times, Cutler added.
Committees in charge of ar-
rangements for the affair are:
food, Rachelle Habib, Phyllis
Goldstein, Eleanore Goodman and
Marsha Harris; decoration, Mar-
vin Goodman, Sandy Margolis,
Bomb Somerstein; publicity, carol
Solomon, Gene Yulish, Joel Bern-
stein; tickets, Dolores Peckerman,
Bomb Somerstein; religious, Mar-
tin Smith and Herbert Buchwald.
Cost for the Seder will be 50c
per person.
Girls Baseball Series
Greater Miami area will have
its first opportunity of seeing the
nation's greatest girl baseball
players and teams in acuSSTYH^t
during the next several weeks
under sponsorship of the Miami
Shores, Miami Beach, and North
Miami Optimists' Clubs.
ELECT
JESS YARBOROUGH
For Your
County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 1
VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
"PROGRESS WITH JESS"
Pd. Political Adv.
which have been distributed June.
among the members. Plans will
be formulated for the donor din-
ner to be held in May for the
installation of officers dinner in
Vofe
For
FULLER WARREN
All Florida's Candidate For
GOVERNOR
RECOGNIZED AUTHORITY
ON GOOD GOVERNMENT
EXPERIENCED
SINCERE* CAPABLE
WIN WITH WARREN !
Political Adv. Paid lor by rrind ol Fultar War:n
Re-Elect
ROSS WILLIAMS
Circuit Judge
GROUP ONE
TEN YEARS
JUDICIAL
EXPERIENCE
Paid Political Adv.
New Zionist Group
A new revisionist Zionist or-
ganization was formed recently
[at the home of Mrs. Minnie
Schiller, 540 15th St., Miami
h.
Next meeting will be held Mon-
Iday at the Miami YM & WHA.
| P njnmin Gershenson, who has
si ent considerable time in the
Middle East, is serving as tem-
l ry chairman.
S. E. "Doc." SPAULDING
For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT No. 1
Pioneer Business Man
SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY
DESERVING CAUSE
Paid Political Adv.
WILLIAM A. -BILL'
HERIN
CIRCUIT JUDGE
(GROUP ONE)
WORLD WAR D VETERAN
39 YEAR RESIDENT OF
MIAMI
PRACTICING ATTORNEY
15 YEARS
Paid Politic*! Adv.
IIHIIHW*mUMW' T"'""""'"'"lf"*"'"""""'""''"""""fMMMMMllBrJ
ELECT
J. "MARTY" DEER
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3
May 4 Primary
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If you want an able,
honest, fearless and
impartial judge, who
will be entirely free
from any prejudice
against any race,
color or creed.
Elect
ROBERT H.
GIYENS, JR.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
IN GROUP ONE
Florida Dairies
Announces with pleasure that ar-
rangements have been made
to provide
Kosher for Passover
Dairy Products
to make your Holiday more
enjoyable
Under the Supervision of
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
Be Sure It's
Phone 2-2621
PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER
NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER





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New York Scene Of
Lunitz-Sonnenband Rites
M:ss Marilyn Lunitz and Ned
Sonnenband were recently mar-
ried at the Riverside Plaza. New
York City. Rabbi Dr. Herbert S.
Goldstein of the Institutional
Synagogue officiated together
with Rabbi Elias Charry of Ger-
mantown. Pa.
Among the honored guests was
the famous and beloved 'Grand
Old Lady" of the well-known
Horowitz-Margareten family. Mrs.
Regina Margareten. great-great-
grandmother of the bride. The
bride, incidentaly. was her first
great-great-grandchild to be
married.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lunitz
of Gcrmantown, and a grandchild
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lunitz.
well-known New Y :nunal
workers. Her maternal grand-
mother is Mrs. Benjamin Landau.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Sonnenband of 610
West End Ave.. New York
who are quite active in the 1/
Jewish Appe?l and other pi
thropic endeavors. The brki
m both studied at Penn State
Coilege.
Farbaiid Installs
New HraiH'ii
Jewish N
ance organized ;
Miami Girl Given Lead
In Television Play
e Schwartz, daughter of
ur and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz.
S W 1st Ave has been given
Sund.n :l an 0,igl!li
tional restau P* "Strand Tb* P JJ
,pre] the ea 1> UK
: wul be televised
Abe Gannes philco station V, PTZ in
Bureau oi Jewish ,-:;: 14. and at the
toast master Sol Electric station WRGB
head of the S M. Y.. April
Histadruth, wa
er and inst
branch. No. 304.
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David Announcos
Sodor Plans
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seating
JOHN H. YATES
Circuit Judge, Group 7
Eleventh Judicial Circuit,
Dade Co., Fla.

Mr.--. Israel G
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address
S:'ul A
Bialich Beach,
JNWA; Mrs. L
dent. Pioneer W
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Breen, \ ..:.. P .
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A | Miami High
student of the
y of Dramatic
:- n\.w York, Miss Schwarti
,nd produeli-n
university. She is
various pi
I the Tele*.
e holds a
lip-
Grand prize winner on the
K:d programs many
Miamian also attained
National For-
.nament. She
Di r* Lewis, au-
lirector of the Contact
nd played the
play at Gen-
Studios in Sche-
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Lift Inauranco Eatatea
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
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LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Gardner To Participate
In Southern Relays
Henry "Hank" Gardner, 1947
Southeastern Conference high
jump champion and last year cap-
tain of the University of Florida
track team, will carry the colors
of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity
when he participates in the first
annual Southern Relays invita-
tion meeting in Birmingham, Ala.
Saturday.
Besides holding the SEC title
with a jump of 6" 4 5/8" Gardner
set a Gater record last season
when he topped the bar at 6' 6 V
in a dual meet with the Universi-
ty of Miami Hurricanes. He also
tied for fifth in the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association meet
in Salt Lake City several months
ago.
BIRD
Has 5 years' experience
proved ability, honesty
RE-ELECT
PRESTON B.
BIRD
Count v
Commissioner
District 4
Re-elect Bird Committee
BENJAMIN B. GOLDSTEIN, P.A.C.
Announces
The Opening Of His Office
For
The Practice Of
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IIDAY. APRIL 9. 1948
irael Group
fo Hear Athlete
[Young Israel of Miami Beach,
ten to men and women between
and 30, will hold its next
eeting Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at
U Miami Beach YM & WHA.
(Saul Genet, first vice president
\d program chairman, has an-
|>unced.that Harry Boykoff, all-
nerican basketball player frorr
i. Johns university n New York
1946 and 1947, will speak on
lews in American Sports."
jykoff set an all-time high scor-
Ig record for one game of 54
aints in Madison Square garden
[Also on the program is a Jew-
recorded musicale consisting
melodies of the Young Israel
knagogue services, cantorials by
lordecai Rosenblatt, and other
ttpular Yiddish records.
(At the last meeting of the or-
ini/.ation, Jacob O. Zabronsky,
It president of the National
juncil of Young Israel, stressed
It- important relationship be-
teen Young Israel and the Yes-
|va. A board of directors was
iei'ted to direct the course of
le local group, which is form-
latinu plans for a social affair in
le iiear future.
|Mdin purpose of Young Israel
to perpetrate traditional Juda-
n in America. All those inter-
fcttd in the work are invited to
Bend the next meeting Thurs-
*Jenis> Oorid Han
PAGE ELEVEN
,c' fakes Place Saturday
! Intel -collegiate Zionist Federa-
>n of America at the University
Miami campus is presenting
first campfire of the new
mi iter this Saturday night. The
nail is to take place at the
|liK' Waters, South Miami.
Admission will be 50 cents per
ers n, including transportation
on. Hillel House at 7:30 p.m.
toceeds are to be donated to
be Jewish National Fund.
'orum Re-schedules
Cultural Program
Last week's Spinoza forum pro-
gram scheduled to take place un-
|er the canopy of Dr. Abraham
' 'f on. 124 11th St., Miami
fteach, but cancelled due to in-
clement weather, will be held to-
(inrrow afternoon at 3 p.m.
J siph L. Tepper of Washing-
Dn and Miami will review his
kcently published book, "Mono-
luris" (One Law). Mrs. Anna
fhubov will recite from Sholem
Ueichem.
lice, large room with all houte
privilege*
Reasonable to permanent tenants
100 S. W. 30th Are.. Miami
Bus 16 on the Corner
VOTE FOR
IOHN H. YATKS
Miami Man for Circuit Judge
Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit,
Dade County, Fla.
Hebrew Teachers
Present Lecture By
Talmudic Scholar
Hebrew Teachers Association
Greater Miami in cooperation
with the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will sponsor a lecture by the
world known Talmudic scholar.
Professor Chaim Tchernowitz, al-
so known as Rav Tzair, on Mon-
day, April 19 at the Spinoza
Forum Outdoor Auditorium, 124
11th St., Miami Beach.
Prof. Tchernowitz is at present
Professor Emeritus of Talmud of
the Jewish Institute of Religion
and the editor of Bitzaron, a He-
brew Monthly Magazine. He has
specialized in research in the Tal-
mud but has also written critical
works on many scholars and lit-
erary men. Of outstanding merit
is his recent publication dealing
with the literary personalities of
Odessa. It is while he was in
Odessa as head of the Rabbinical
College of Odessa that he came to
know the outstanding personali-
ties in Jewish life.
Among his writings are Tole-
doth ha-Halacha (History of
Miss Seltzer, Lanard
Reveal Wedding Plans
June wedding plans are being
made by Miss Myril Seltzer and
Alan Lanard whose engagement
has been announced by her mo-
ther, Mrs. Rebecca Neuman Selt-
zer, Philadelphia, formerly of Mi-
ami Beach.
A recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, Miss Seltzer is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Lanard, whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph D. Lanard, also
of Philadelphia, was graduated
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania. A veteran of five years in
the army, three of them spent in
the European theater of opera-
tion, the prospective bridegroom
was discharged with the rank of
major.
Halacha) and the more recent
publication Toledoth ha-Poskim
(History of Jewish Codes). The
latter work (a 3 volume work)
is the history of Hebrew law in
the period of its codification and
includes the story of the codifiers
and the codes, their principles and
methods.
The subject for Prof. Tcherno-
witz's lecture will be "Maimonides
and His Philosophy of Halacha."
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, NutsIn Fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
ilUlmiuif
may be obtained at the
1imijI|iiiiiij|iiiii||
mull
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
PHONE 2-9814
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
Imported and Domestic
MEET AND HEAR
FULLER WARREN
THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE
for
GOVERNOR
AT THE FOLLOWING RALLIES NEXT WEEK:
MONDAY: 10 a.m., OJUS
9 p.m.. Flamingo Park Bandshell. MIAMI
BEACH
TUESDAY: Afternoon rallies in Allapattah. Frederick'*
Corner and Pinewood.
8 pan.. Triangle Park, HIALEAH.
THURSDAY: O'Quinn's comer and Wildcat comer drug
store in afternoon.
8 p.m. Shenandoah Park Community Hall.
FRIDAY: 8 p.m.. Little River Park.
Don't Miss FULLER WARREN, Florida's Greatest Orator!
Clip This Schedule!
Warshaw-Alexander
Nuptials Sunday
Miss Roslyn Warshaw will be-
come Mrs. Herman Alexander
Sunday at 2 p.m. in Beth David
synagogue. The ceremony is to
be followed by a reception in the
synagogue for wedding guests.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Warshaw
of 1921 S.W. 24th St.
Mr. Alexander, son of Nathan
Alexander, 1756 N.W. 16th St.,
and the late Mrs. Alexander, at-
.tended
j served
schools in Macon, Ga., and
in the army.
Board or Room
and Board for
Passover Week
Strictly KosherNear Synagogue
Call 82-6158
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For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER
butcher shops and poultry markets
under the active supervision of the
Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
or for any other Kashruth information
Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Meschfijoff
311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH. FLA
i
The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any
of its advertisers.
Mendelsohn's
STRICTLY
KOSHER
Restaurant
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE
DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P. M.
1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9334
WE ARE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 5-1105
AVAILABLE
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
1545 COLLINS AVENUE
DINING ROOM
Under Personal Supervision
HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG
Traditional Friday Night Dinners
SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL
727 Colllne Ave. Miami Beach
Featuring STEAKSCHOPSCHICKEN
AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES
Catering To Parties and Weddings Phone 5-1264
STRAND RESTAURANT
Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy
Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned
Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach
iotu i okai c.APirs
Italian American Dinners
SAM
PICCIOLO
Formerly of
MIAMI BEACH


PAGE TWELVE
tJewtstnor****"
IELDAY- apbilTJ
Political Roundup
With a "greater Florida" the: Signing the $9,000 agreement
basic plank in his platform. State last week were Senior """"
Judge Ross Williams; Nviman
Hendrv. ludge f the Civil I
Sen. W. A. (Bill) Shands. candi-
date for governor, returned to
Dade county this week for sev-
eral campaign speeches before va-
rious groups of voters.
He discussed the state's needs
for better roads, better schools.
better health, greater old age as-
sistance, preservation and de-
velopment of forests, preservation
of wildlife and fish, water control
and purification, protection and
development of citrus and agri-
culture, labor and industry, aid
to municipalities and a greater
advertising program for boosting
Florida in general.
"To obtain these things 1<
to a greater Florida."
Shands. "you need a man well-
grounded in bus::.
Today we have problen
of Record: James E Abras, presi-
dent of the Junior section of Dad
county P. M ,:ation: E. B
Leatherman, clerk of Circuit
Court: Jack E Mitchell, engineer
for Norton R. drangei
Maurice H. Connell.
David Phillips, president
University of Miami Law m
alumni association.
It is estimated that tl
i qpent of the ail -c indil i ru
saVe Dado county money in
e from the Fl
East C liM
Th. was Jointly -; i
by the Junior Sectioi
the 1 inty Bar a
and thi Law
are best handled by a bu
man who can prepare for the four as pn
crucial years ahead in the affairs hairman I
of our state."
-I :- se all the an- r n ft r th.
nels e to me as goven '
. th( se ends foi eat- M
er Florida In so doing. th< state
will get a dollar's value foi every William A "BiH" Herin an-
w no pol
.
me from this i med forces
II and was th th
lames E lent I ccupation n |
. in the a:- i P. Harbo
ir- ^ndidate n n
0a- nd, i:.:
an- Dad. unty tor 39 .
graduate work a
Washington University. Stanford
University and New Vork Uni
Y*l ft '
the M
Com:.
the D
;; aid,,
!
Dade county ..
He
. -n
stat<
He.
e he has tht ed ttoi
, nd ju-
and impartial judge.
' RETURN
JUDGE
JOSEPH OTTO
ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(GROUP 7)
For Monroe County
ENDORSED BY EMINENT
JURIST AS
"Qualified by Background,
Experience, Education
and Training"
Native of KeyWest
Resident of Tarernier
Former Assistant State
Attorney
Pal I l oHtical Artv
\ stud'. :
Child la: was
ok,-:; re'el(
;o th. 51
Okei: said I I
told by juvenile autho
. .
not beii >u"*"
from the
Welfar. B the in-
l
-If and 1 mean to
I find a p: p. r solution.
USt be en-
rced."
Okell also declared that he
voul.i
on that is necessary to start ac-
tructu.n of permanent
conservation and flood con-
measures in Dade County
and southeast Florida.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
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hereby notified and re-
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ELECT
NORMAN h. LYONS
STA^E
REPRESENTATIVE
GRO'Tf i
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY I
"A man is known by th* company he keeps
MASONS lames Cornell ELKS. Mia
Lodge No. 223 F&AM
Young Men's Hebrew Assn.
B'nai B'rith
Knights ol Pythias
- Lodge No. J
BPOE
Miami Chamber of Cos.
merce
Florida State Bar Amoc.
Dade Count/ g^ ^^
ZIONIST DISTRICT OF MIAMI
Norman Lyons says: More proportionate county distribute
ol State tax benefits. Dade County must receive a aieakr
share of State tax benefits."
Political Aft
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'

MILTON
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r itREEN,
Itj i l.rk
\ FRIEDMAN
Keep This Good
Worker On Your
County Commission
I. D. Mac Vicar
Veteran of both irorld trars
Successjxil businessman
Dade County resident for 29 years
x\EEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade
County's drinking water countywide slum
clearance ... supervised playgrounds .. coun-
ty aviation progress more hospital facilities.
RE-ELECT
BACK MAC
Paid Po
Re-elect
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MINCER
Your
STATE ATTORNEY
Glenn C. Mincer serred in the
Nary during World War I and
in the Coast Guard in World
War II ... Ha assisted in the
preparation of legislation es-
tablishing small claim courts
in Dada County.
Paid Political Adv.

i
\ JIMMY \
| SULLIVAN I
Iyour sheriff!
\
j"MY RECORD IS OPENJ
JTO THE PUBLIC ANDJ
| I'M RUNNING ON IT" ?
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Your Vote Will be
OKAv If You
RE-ELECT
KENNETH OKA
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
A Record of Service, Honesty and
Accomplishment'
Paid
for by K:i. K.nnrlbOS
Hear MARSH dia*
your problem in select
a Circuit 'udgt <**
WIOD on iollowiH
dates:
April 12 6:40 P-H
April 21, 8:55 AJl
>sApril 29, 11:30 P-M-
May 1 9:55 A-M-
May 3. H* pJt
JOHN D. MARSH
A
who
Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group?
o believes that justice should be ad0^
..*.< <.
PM Political Adv.
nu oouaves tnat justice snouia ** -
tered fairly and impartially regardl**
Person, condition, race, or creed witho'
horbitant cost to the litigants. One wHo M
op*'
1Y opposed to the costly Special-Master
Pol^ adv. paw tar by jayMHa tor eleeUon
of
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>AY, APRIL 9. 1948
litical Roundup
e story on how the Dade
ty commission was able to
n state road department
, to supplement county
ey. making it possible for
Jc road repairs after the hur-
es and floods last fall, has
revealed by Commissioner
h (Pat) Peters, chairman of
road and bridge committee,
recent campaign speech.
ccording to Peters "the budget
led for spending only a limited
unt during the fiscal year for
road and bridge construction
maintenance. Our needs were
t-diate and acute. There were
fficient funds to do the job.
I conferred with my fellow-
missioners and suggested we
ht get some help from ear-
Cked funds from the state road
ailment, and they gave me
ck consent to make the effort,
lonnd the state highway depart-
nt sympathetic and coopera-
ind they agreed to advance
money provided we would
i, that amount from our
t We agreed to do that.
worked day and night with
ngineera and building crews
in the brief time since the
hurricane season, we have
,, i i'd and rebuilt approximate-
I miles of our Dade county
and the over-all job is
ig completion, so that very
we can begin the program
was contemplated before
.i'd the emergency."
+JewistiFhrkOan
PAGE THIRTEtw
his capability and experience the
position of sales manager for a
local business which he held at
the age of 27; his presidency of
the Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce in 1943; his rise from
buck private to 1st lieutenant in
the U.S. Marine Corps; and his
selection by Congressman George
Smathers for the post of adminis-
trative assistant in Washington.
As part of his platform Stock-
dale pledged himself to work for:
immediate attention to a flood
control program; a free foreign-
trade zone for aviation; planned
expansion of commercial and pri-
vate aviation facilities; adequate
care for the aged; thorough study
of the County Zoning and Build-
ing departments and a medical
college and a large University of
Miami.
additional facilities provided for
other existing county parks;
modernization of all county high-
ways. .
II:..'.
in;1
lay
S
iously disclaiming any af-
n with other candidates,
i Stockdale, candidate for
commission from the
district, repeated his qual-
l ins and outlined a fourteen
I platform to the North Mi-
Optimists at a meeting Tues-
night.
ickdale cited as evidence of
Full development of the Inter-
national Airport, including the
former Army Air base on 20th St.
and the Miami Air Depot prop-
erty, into the country's most
complete airport facilities, is one
of the six major points for an
immediate county program em-
phasized by Commissioner I. D.
MacVicar, candidate for re-elec-
tion from district three.
Garbage service for unincor-
porated areas in the, county and
erection of a modern disposal
plant is-another county project
for which he pledges to work
agressively.
Other highlights of MacVicar's
platform are: completion of the
county water control project, co-
ordinated with the U.S. Engineers'
overall flood control plan; ex-
pansion of welfare and county
hospital facilities to meet increas-
ing demands; completion of Haul-
over Beach, Crandon park, Vir-
ginia Beach and the county park
and beach at Homestead, with
Vote for
A. W. (Bert)
SIMPSON
foe
Constable
5th DISTRICTDADE COUNTY
CHIEF OF POLICE. MIAMI BEACH. FOR
6 YEARS
14 Years Experience In Law Enforcement
World War Veteran
Your Vote Will be Appreciated
Paid Political Adv.
Eiect-
Troy C. Davis
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
DISTRICT ONE
Democratic Primaries
May 4 and May 25. 1948
Your vote and support will be appreciated
Precincts 1 to 23. incl.; 33 to 43, incl. (North End of
Dade County)
Paid Political Adv.
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ELECT
An Accountant
JOHN R. RING
State Representative
Group No. 1
FINANCE and TAXATION are our
Greatest Problems. Include, a
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNT-
ANT in Your Delegation
John C. Johnson has announced
his candidacy for county com-
missioner in the third district.
Johnson is a long time resident
of Miami, having made his home
here since he was a small boy. He
is a graduate of Miami schools
and is married to a Miami girl,
the former Betty Ash. The candi-
date operates a dental laboratory
business here.
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MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
LOCATED AT THE EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.


PAGE FOURTEEN
+.lml&tkrktitor____.
""DA V.april,
Council Honors
New Americans
In an effort to help integrate
the new Americans residing in
Miami with other citizens here.
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin of
V25 S.W. 25th Rd. played hosts at
a reception Sunday evening pro-
posed to be the first of a series
given by members of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women.
According to Mrs. Levin, it is
anticipated that other council
members will take the initiative
to sponsor socials including the
recent arrivals from Europe who
are planning to live in Miami.
Guests of honor Sunday in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs Karl Nuch-
tern. Mrs L. Strassmann and her
daughter. Helga. Mr. and Mrs
Theo Abel and Dr. Gertrude
Ernst.
Council members and their hus-
bands attending the affair were
Mr and Mrs Monte Selig, Mr
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mr
and Mrs Herbert Scher, Mr and
Mrs Burnett R I and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Klass
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE $**&*
Congregation Beth D.rid 135 g ,' Community Center.
N.W. Third .*.. Hanoi Max JjwUh ^"Xw'ood. R.bbi
Shapiro; Her. Maurice Mamches. 2020 g^
Lui In th -,- '. PrWaj "'*} p^," rvnlna :-
ih. conatltueni ''n,~ ,.' .
Phvi.I eonareaatlun, SUMrbo<-i.
.,,,,1 th. Men club Ha
win, Mrs Norman D Jamba, *n.
Max J-Vl.lmaii An.l Sol Royll
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COUNTY SOLICITOR
FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOOS
RATTLE AGAINST
ORGANIZED CRIME!
"The way to stop crime is to convict criminal.!"
His official record in all cases brought to trial I
92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF
THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S.
That's Why
THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT!
Support the Dade County Crime Commission
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.IOII\ H. VATES
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Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit.
Dade County, Fla.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovmky
1520 S. W. 5 th St
Phone 2-7439
RE-ELECT
HUGH PETERS
to the
COUNTY COMMISSION
14 Years of Able Public
i Service to the People oi
I Dade County as your
Commissioner
"STAND PAT
WITH PATP
AN EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO GAIN CONTROL OF
YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH POL-
ITICAL DICTATORSHIPA VOTE FOR PETERS IS
A VOTE FOR CONTINUED GOOD GOVERNMENT
Paid Political Adv. by Friends of HL'lill
BRAND NEW
2 BEDROOM
DUPLEX APTS.
Kitchen Equipment fe Vene-1
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to Coral
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Franklin Parson
COUNTY SOLICITOR
Criminal Court ol Record
Resident of Dace County for the
past 19 yarn.
Served 14 vears on City of Miami
Legal Staff.
Served 9 year? as Attorney for
Miami Planning Board.
Attorney for Miami Civil Service
Comxission for 7 years.
42 years old, married, has two
ctaOdra.
Graduate of University of Miami
and University of Pittsburgh.
Kg Political a.dT
HOME MILK
TAKES PLEASURE
In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that
they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk For Passover
Home Milk is the ONLY Milk
-._,... Supervised and Endorsed by th*
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Th., n Kosher for Passover
loUowino congregations are affiliated member, ai th.
Mirr,; T i C^ea1er Miami Vaad Hakashnrth
Mtam, Jew^h Orthodox Cong.-RabbTXlurray Grauer
Mirrms ^ David-Rabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish Center-Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Beth Tml r *?" **** hm ^^
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Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. take, penooal car.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Eional Youth
vior To Visit
list Groups
ian M. Popkin, yputh di-
[of the Southern Inter-Re-
iZionist Youth Comirlission,
rrive in the community to-
review the work of the
il Zionist Youth Groups.
stimulate greater activity
area.
80 graduate of the Henry
|ady School of Journalism,
Vsity of Georgia, Popkin
,. educational and vocation-
nselor for the U. S. govern-
Before entering service
Ihe Army Signal Corps, he
nployed as a newspaper re-
for three years by the
Inah Morning News, Savan-
3eorgia.
I youth director will be guest
today at an Oneg Shab-
be given by* the Miami
Jef Junior Hadassah at the
of the Misses Shirley and
Friedman, 1910 S. W. 17th
fct 8 p.m.
lorrow evening, at 7:15 p.m.
|n will attend a "Midura"
|r.) being sponsored by the
Ii-.ty of Miami group of
(Intercollegiate Zionist
lailin of America). He will
Sunday, at 11:30 a.m., with
f r Miami Zionist Youth
n .1. of which S. A.
iii.m is chairman; and /it 8
vr'l attend a joint meeting
V Hadassah and Masada,
Bi the YM & WHA, 1536 Bay
Miami Beach.
[, :, of arrangements for
itter meeting are Marian
and Ted Nelson.
(kin is to visit Young Ju-
mps and attend a meet-
\l the Young Judaea leaders
jcil at the home of Miss Toby
1624 West Ave., Miami
Monday evening.
n this area, the visitor
reached at the National
Pioneer Women Club 2
Hear Mrs. Goldstein
Mrs. Israel Goldstein, national
president of Pioneer Women, was
principal speaker at an Oneg
Shabbat at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, 815 4th St
Miami Beach, Friday evening for
club No. 2 of the Pioneer women.
Mrs. Yetta Davidson presided at
the affair.
Mrs. Goldstein was also a guest
of the Mintzes family at dinner
preceding with several members
of yie club.
News Events Program
Heard In Morning
WMBM's Jewish News Events
program formerly scheduled at
4 p.m. is now being heard Mon-
days through Saturdays in the
mornings at 8:45.
Faye Tupler, director of the
broadcast, has requested that or-
ganizations and individuals sub-
mit items of current interest te
her at the station.
Rabbi Gerald Engel, director of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Flor-
ida, Gainesville, will be the
speaker at the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith weekly luncheon
club, today, 12:15 p.m., in the
Downtown Club, Seybold Ar-
cade.
Rabbi Engel, who will talk on
the activities of the Jewish stu-
dents at the University of Flor-
ida, has recently been transferred
from the University of Maine to
Gainesville. He is a graduate of
the Yeshiva College.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICES
lOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
b IS HEREBY G1VKN that
I i t signed. deBlrlng to engage
I, under the fictitious name
I ASBLRY HOTBh AND
IS at 541 S. W. 4th Ave-
, Fla., Intend to register
I, with the Clerk of the Clr-
ICourt of Dado County, Florida
l is Friedbcrg and
l-Yledberg (his wife)
h Doshay and
ii. Doshay (his wife)
16-2S_________________
NOTICE TO APPEAR
till .riRCUIT COURT OK THB
I'll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU
ll HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115843.
111.. ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, vs.
fe>'l unLDMAN ABRAMSON,
E II I ait.
ISU'.All liOI.UMAN, also known
I8ARAH (iOLDMAN ABRAMSON
} Madison Street, N. W.
Ishinglon, 1). C.
|u ,ir. hereby notified and re-
fci >.. appear to the Bill of Corn-
s' in the above styled cause,
'.I.- April 26. 1948. other-
Hill of Complaint will De
confessed against you. Let
be published once a week
four successive weeks In The
pii i 'I'ltlian, a newspaper pub-
Id In bade County, Florida.
10. B LEA'l'HhKMAW,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
lull Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
JT>N a. FRIEDMAN
11 Law
i Uuiidlng
fi'. I'loiida
' 16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deBlrlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPART-
MENT STORE at 2163 N.W. 62nd
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register Bald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS LEIBOVITZ
Petitioner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
3/12-19-26 4/2-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngaK In
business under the fictitious name of
Margaret Apts. at 1561 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MARGARET MALEK
Owner.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NAVELES TRADING CO., not In-
corporated, 335 North West First
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN,
Sole Owner.
HERMAN M. BERK
Attorney for Applicant
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Professional School of Baking at 4800
N. W. 37th Avenue. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN RICHMAN
Sole Owner.
4/9-16-23-30 5/7
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
115862.
MURIEL PIZEK. Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL PIZEK, Defendant.
To: MICHAEL PIZEK,
336 East 6th Street,
New York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 23rd day of April, 1948.
Dated this 24th day of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By, M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
115716.
CONSTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL,
Plaintiff, vs. JOAN PAPPA-
MACKEL, also known as JOAN
MICHAELS, Defendant.
TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL, also
known as JOAN MICHAELS
40-18 Hampton Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by CON-
STANTINE PAPPAMACKEL. your
husband, in the above styled cause
and in the above named Court: and
you are further notified that you are
hereby required to file an appearance
in said proceedings on or before the
19th day of April, A. D. 1948, other-
wise the allegations of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
This order is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive
weeks, in the Jewish Flondlan. a
newspaper published in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
Dated tills 19 day of March, A. u.
1941.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOV1TZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
3/26 4/2-9-16
OHDER OF PUBLICATION
WE 'IUCU1T COURT OF THE
UKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
f FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
Dl'XTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
PI* WILLIAM BOYE. Plaintiff.
CELIA niiYB, Defendant.
ICEUA BOYE,
go '"RESTON AVENUE,
R"N\. NEW YORK, N. Y.
'< ARE HEREBY notified that
111 of complaint for Divorce has
filed against you in the above
?d Court by LOUIS WILLIAM
IK. .nil you are hereby required
'' ir written Appearance in
' Hngs on or before the
April, 1948, otherwise a
' I'ro Confesso will be entered
"list you.
\u;,\\ THIS 18th day of March,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
cult Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
E A.RA8, DWty Ctar,t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
20638.
In Re: ESTATE OF
AGNES ROBERTS. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of AGNES ROBERTS, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain trie
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March ARD. 1. Em
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of AGNES ROBERTS,
WASMArTsiLVER SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Executor.
3/19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPIX APT. HOTEL at 6844 Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EMANUEL GOLDSTRICH
BELLE GOLDSTRICH
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
N~OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bllt-Rlte Venetian Blind Co..at 2Z48
B. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name wlthUie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dsde
County, Florida. ^^ OMBNTn0LD
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for A^cant
1010 Blscayne _
Miami, nortda
t *."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MBLVIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
David Blaleck, Inc., a
Florida corporation.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for David Blaleck, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115678.
JOHN HENRY VAN GELDETt.
Plaintiff, vs. MADELEINE B. VAN
GELDER. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER.
c/o Mrs. Margulles.
Ogontz Manor Apartments,
Apartment E-24
Ogontz and Olney Avenues,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the
above-styled cause on or before the
19 dav of April. 1948: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Let this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIPIAN, a news-
paper published In Dade County.
Florida. *
DATED this 18th day of March,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) __
*v By M. C. GREEN
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1703 Congress Bid*..
Miami. Florida.
8/19-26 4/- _. ____
Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home
OF MIAMI. INC.
1408 N.E. BAYSHOftE PLACE
Bright Cheerful Homelike
INSPECTION INVITED
Strictly kosher meals24 hour nursing care
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Special diets Reasonable rates
Special care for Cardiac cases
O-
House physician always on call
I. Gertman, Director For information write or phone 82-5395
CAPABLE
EXPERIENCED
HE-ELECT
J. Edwin
LARSON
STATE TREASURER
and
STATE INSURANCE
COMMISSIONER
HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL
Political Adv. Pd. for by
Dade County Friends
"
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ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN
DAVID M. PAPY
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
A Civil Engineer with 31 years experience
on public works
Airports Admlnlstnatlve Roads
Drainage Business Bridges
Born and reared In Tallahassee, Florida
48 years of age.
Came to Miami In 1929.
Civil EngineerContractorFarmer
Now In the equipment rental business.
31 years nation-wide experience on pub-
lic works.
MarriedTwo children.
A Man Who Will Serve the People
Elected county wide
Pd. PoL Adv.


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PAGE SEVENTEEN
Primer For Jewish Culture
By LAURA SACHS
xTV~f JEWISH OBSERVANCE
AND CELEBRATION, a text book for
the study of our faith and its practice,
prepared by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Principal and the faculty of the Beth
Jacob Religious School.
In the beginning of time, the Jews were preferred the choice
the Book or the Sword. They chose the Book, and in abiding
I the course they had ineluctably set for themselves, have pro-
filed against the force of infamy and barbarianism throughout
te ages. The present day reveals an even greater resurgence
faith and participation in the
origin. A representative story
tells us that the Eternal Lamp
over the Holy Ark that was
lighted by the Jewish priests with
olive oil, is a sign that God is
among us and is also symbolic of
the light of knowledge in our
midst.
The second chapter which is
lake explicit these erudite | titled "The Jewish Year" lists the
je of ethis to which the proph-
had dedicated themselves. This
ir heritable and our strength:
|e hard unassailable core of
.ghteousness and integrity which
js endured throughout the cen-
iries.
| In attempting to clarify and |
Cachings, and to facilitate the
nplementation of these tenets in
it contemporary way of life,
Lbbi Mescheloff has compiled a
fcxt mook designed primarily for
ho younger student. For such an
litiate, confronted with the lore
If centuries, the Rabbi, with in-
Tnite skill, approaches the various
Jewish celebrations and their ob-
i vances and explains in under-
tandable terms the meaning of
he many seemingly esoteric ri-
j:ils he sees about him.
In the first chapter, the primary
litmificance of the synagogue in
|he life of the Jew is stressed,
irith its three ramifications of
jeiss Haknesses, (House of As-
sembly, Beiss T'filaw (House of
'rayer) and Beiss Midrawsh
(House of Study). Each religious
article used in devotions is named
in Hebrew and each has a beauti-
Iful story to explain its use and
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holidays and receavls that wt*
can count the months of the Jew-
ish calendar from the first month
of the creation of the world and
also from the first month of the
freedom of the Jews from Egypt.
The text is further devoted to
chapters on Blessings and Pray-
ers, the Sabbath, Lietary Laws
and the written and oral sources
of our religion. Appropriate songs
to each holiday scattered through-
out the bok, and series of ques-
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of study calculated to maintain
the sustained and absorbed in-
terest of the younger reader.
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every child's Hebrew education.
It should be included in every
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Ray Redman, Miami Beach
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David R. Porvin and Albert
Grossman, operators of the Presi-
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the beach hotel in Chicago at
the Tenth Chicago Daily News
International Travel Exposition.
The exposition will be held from
April 10th through the 15th at
Chicago's Stevens hotel.
"22. railroads, 13 airlines, 4 bus
companies and 6 steamship lines
will devote special exhibits of the
latest modes of travel. Exhibits
of displays and information on 30
states including Florida and
Washington, D. C. will also be
included.
Ray Redman will direct ex-
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"blown-up" pictures of scenes in
and around the President Madison
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OFF THE RECORD
+Je1sli Flcria/faun
PAGE NINETEEN
ilLESTINE CRISIS .
le UN Palestine Commission should and could have
filed the Jewish government by April 1 Dr Karel
< found a number of pretexts to delay specific action
r1ies have agreed to be represented by the Jewish Aqencv
Ichud and Agudas Israel Fairness makes it impera-
iys Eh-. Lisicky, that they be given a hearing He also
Ito know how the Revisionists can participate in a pro-
Inist government The learned doctor knows too much
[craving for simplicity and logic in Jewish life Bunche,
retary of the Palestine commission whose brilliance is
' by all who know him, has been harping caution on
Lisicky ... He is carrying coal to Newcastle One
Czechoslovak delegates to the UN is Gertrude Sekaninova
i is a Jewess Her husband was executed by the Nazis
_J her relatives were killed in concentration camps
jsympathetic to Zionism and impaiient with the too patient
Sw Dr. Lisicky.
7/ Sa..
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
of Nam* '.
Ilong ago, Mrs. Eleanor
Lit happened to remark
Casually that there was
inherently wrong in
Ig a foreign name, which
Kilt to pronounce, into a
\merican patronymic. Im-
Ely there was a ruth to
Crts. A Cohen or a Levy
lea lor a Wilson or a
I am quite sure that
I i volt had intended
of this sort. It is alright to
Zagribelnick into Sabin,
|duckovitch into Seitlin.
ting unpalatable names are
ish anyway. We should
Hie consideration for our
[neighbors. There is noth-
led about a Polish or Rou-
name. They should be
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shed immediately after passing
the immigration officials.
But what about short names
out of the BibleIsrael, Rubin,
Solomon, Abrams. Jacobs. These
names are revered by every true
Christian. Should Joseph Abrams,
graduated with high honors at
Yale, and awarded the Purple
Heart for distinguished service
at Normandy Beach, become Je-
rome Addison, whose interest
does he serve? If he commits a
crime, the newspapers will write
Jerome Addison, alias Joseph
Abrams; yet if he distinguishes
himself his Jewish identity re-
mains hidden.
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While on the suDject, the name
of Regina Reznick comes to mind.
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heavy black type in the daily
papers was the chief drawing
card that packed three audiences
in the large auditorium of the
Miami High school. After her per-
formance at Ft. Lauderdale and
at Palm Beach she received ova-
tions. Miami Beach gentile society
gave a reception in her honor at
the snooty Surf Club. She was
similarly entertained in a strict-
ly gentile milieu at Ft. Lauder-
dale.
Regina Reznick's social or
artistic success is no special con-
cern of ours. The interesting fact,
however, is that she maintains
the obvious Jewish surname of
Reznick. It did not seem to
hamper her advancement to star-
dom at the greatest opera house
on this planet. In her case it
would be excusable if she called
herself by such a mellifluous
Italian name as Rosseli. There is
ample precedent for this proce-
dure in the opera, on the stage
and in the movies. There was a
timeand not so far distant,
eitherwhen even an Anglo-
Saxon name was an impediment
to success in opera. But Regina
Reznick flies in the face of con-
vention and flaunts her plebian
Jewish name. Yet she is enter-
tained socially in avowedly anti-
Semetic circles; what is the
moral? A name is evidently
not the handicap some people
imagine.
Shall we say with Juliet
"What's in a name? A rose by
any other name would smell as
sweet."
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