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The Jewish Floridian ( April 16, 1948 )

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fewiislti-IEILojpidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY kLUME 21—NUMBER 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS lionist Actions Committee Plans Central Jewish Authority •%  lependent State 1. To Function (ginning May 15 feL AVIV, (JTA)—The conling session of the Zionist Ac5 Committee voted unanilusly to establish immediately Ir-itral Jewish authority which l) begin functioning officially 15. The decision was takit dawn after an all-night I' The "Declaration of Jewish InIpi rdence" read by Zalman \b. shov at the final session fol>n this, the third day of Nisthe General Council of the f, Zionist Organization, its unit, announces to the :ed peoples of the world, to i prcsentatives of the United li ns and to the Jews scattered Jiout the world that it has K'cided to set up an organ .;>reme authority of our na|c ...i independence in Palestine. • li pursuance of this purpose, lerlare that we refuse to re•i a minority dependent on sufferance of others. The ndate is about to end. On May I? His Majesty's Government will lui render to the United Nations the trust it received from the -'ue of Nations twenty-seven ,go and which it has failed Ifil. It departed from the f of the mandate and reit with the selfish purpose thering its Middle Eastern Interests. a result of this policy our i es were refused entry in [t hour of their direst need. were interned instead and I < mned to lead a life of danIt, humilitatjon and helplessI while the mandatory treated %  with our sworn enemies, the 1 la and allies of the Nazis. while refusing entry to Jews rig desperately after a last : they opened our frontiers ltd hordes of invaders come to :i mockery of the decision United Nations. And now Ithi mandatory is proposing to y the very foundation of t'Ui xistence and leave the coun' n utter chaos. To prevent this we have reI this day that the termina' of the mandatory government of the Palestine shall in fact mark the end of all foreign domination in this country. With i mination of this mandatory rule, a government of the Jewish shall come into being. "In this hour we turn to the citizens of the Jewish state lUT Arab neighbors. We offer P and friendship. We desire to build our state in common the Arabs as equal citizens. Our freedom is their freedom, future and ours rest on non endeavor. "Sure in the justice of our ( ise, we are ready to give our to its achievemnet and we n the Jews of all lands, ally in Palestine, to close their ranks for the carrying out '•' this, our sublime, task. Assured in our faith, we appeal to our own salvation, and rest our trust in God, the Lord of Israel." The Actions Committee will seek to obtain international recognition of the central Jewish authority from individual governments. SOS Drive To Begin Monday Leaders of the SOS Clothes and Food Drive, which begins Monday, have obtained the use of a store at 251 W. Flagler St., loaned by Mrs. Belle Empol, and the Mayfair Bridge Club, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, loaned by Al Roth, for its two central depots. Donors are asked to bring clothes, shoes, layettes and canned foods to these addresses during the hours of 10 a. m.to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, through May 21, with the exception of the first two days and the last day of Passover. The stores will be manned by volunteers from all organizations affiliated with the Dade County Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations and will be under the supervision of the SOS chairmen of the various groups. Mrs. Jack Falk, 58-3620, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Freda Newman, 82-5789 or 9-2664, of Miami, co-chairmen of this drive to help needy people in Europe, have urged donors to bring in their packages at an early date in the drive. Mrs. A. J. Tobin, member of the advisory committee, will supervise the group of volunteers who assist in the sorting and repackaging of the items to be sent overseas. Ys To Sponsor Appearance Of IIr. Salo Baron Members of the boards of both the Miami and Miami Beach Y's will meet jointly Sunday evening to hear Dr. Salo Baron, one of the outstanding authorities of Jewish communal life in America. He will speak at the Miami Y, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. at 7 p.m. Various Jewish synagogues as well ai' the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Bureau of Jewish Education will be represented at the gathering at which Dr. Baron is to lead a discussion on the Jewish Welfare Board survey and its relation to the individual Jewish centers and Ys. Buffet dinner will precede the meeting. Dr. Baron has held the chair if Jewish History, Literature and Institutions of the Miller foundation of Columbia university since 1930. For many years he served as visiting lecturer of history at the Graduate school for Jewish Social Work in New York and has been visiting lecturer of history at the Jewish Institute ,f Religion. He is a fellow of the American Academy for Jewish Research and in 1944 served as Dr. Salo Baron Rauschenbusch lecturer at the Rochester Colgate Divinity school. He also received an honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from the Hebrew Union college in 1944. Professor Baron has among his many other activities that of president of the Conference on Jewish Relations; president of the Academic committee for the Hebrew university; chairman, commission on European Jewish Cultural Reconstruction; chairman, Commission on Survey of the National Jewish Welfare Beard. Arabs Refuse Negotiation With Jewish Agency LAKE SUCCESS, N'. Y—Jamal Husseini, representative of the Palestine Arab High Committee, this week notified the U.N. Security Council that the Arabs will not negotiate any truce with the Jewish Agency because they do not consider the Agency as representative of the Palestine Jews. The Palestine Commission decided to call the attention of the Security Council to the critical food situation developing in Palestine. In a special report to the Council, the Commission will emphasize the situation likely to arise in Palestine after May 15. Partial agreement was reached at an informal meeting of members of the security council Wednesday on the terms of a military and political truce in Palestine to be introduced yesterday (Thursday). One section would bar all persons of military age—either Arabs or Jews—from entering the Holy Land. The main points include appeals to the Arabs and Jews to: End all military activities and acts of violence, terrorism and sabotage. Halt importation of all weapons and war materials. To "refrain, pending further consideration of the future government of Palestine by the general assembly, from any political activity which might prejudice the rights, claims or positions of either community." Italy Evacuates 15,000 Refugees MILAN. (JTA)—Evacuation of 15,000 Jewish refugees from DP camps in northern Italy to camps in the southern part of the country was ordered this week by government authorities. The order caused profound depression among the displaced Jews who have adjusted themselves to conditions of life in the northern camps where they have been residing for many months. The order follows the transfer of 2,500 displaced Jews this week from the largest Jewish DP camp. Adriattico, near here, to a camp near Bari. Vocational schools established by ORT in the Adriatico camp were closed Friday, as a result of the liquidation order. Representatives of the ORT left for southern Italy to arrange for the transfer to that area of 55 vocational training schools and workshops maintained by the organization for the displaced Jews in the north. More than 1.200 students have been attending these schools regularly, it was pointed out. Cocktail Party Marks End Of Drive; Campaign Falling Short Of Quota Marking the official end of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which sponsored the drive, will act as host at a cocktail party next Sunday afternoon at the Hotel Columbus to more than 1,200 volunteers who took an active pnrt in tho campa gn. "Every man and woman in this army of 1.200 volunteers has contributed greatly to the success of our campaign and is entitled to the appreciation and gratitude ,f the Jewish community," said Mr. Sher. "Next Sunday's party will be my way of showing my personal appreciation to them for '.heir efforts." Confronted with a goal of $1,489,925, the solicitors have thus far brought in pledges ^ ^^ levcmcu lllal B|wnsuu totalling $1,200,000, a deficit of -mop.up" squads have been for April 22, every effort will be made to secure these gifts. It appears now that we will wind up with a grand total of between $1,250,000 and $1,300,000 when we ring the curtain down on the 1948 drive. That will be nearly S400.000 more than we raised in 1947 but some $200,000 short of our goal. We can still reach our goal if the workers with uncovered cards in their possession will cover these cards as enthusiastically as they did in the early days of the campaign." Mr. Klass revealed that special $289,925, according to Morris Klass, campaign director. "There is still outstanding ovei S100 000 from 1947 givers who have not as yet contributed in ,948" Mr. Klass said. "Between now and the official closing of the campaign which has been set named in the metropolitan, trades and hotel units for the purpose of contacting 1947 contributors who have not yet made contributions to the 1948 campaign and contacting other prospects who still have not given to the drive. AJC Women's Delegates Report On Convention Local groups of the Florida Women's division. American Jewish Congress, will meet at the Grossinger-Pancoast hotel, Miami Beach, Monday to hear reports from delegates to the national biennial convention in New York City, March 29 to 31, and the joint meeting of AJC, March 31 to April 5. A demand for abandonment by the United States government of its trusteeship proposal for Palestine to the United Nations, recognition of the Jewish state to be proclaimed on May 16, opposition to the Wiley-Revercomb Immigration bill because of its "restrictive and discriminatory intent" and fullest support for an extensive campaign to protect the civil rights of all Americans, were among the resolutions adopted by the American Jewish Congress at the final session of its biennial convention at the Hotel New Yorker yesterday. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, veteran Jewish leader was re-elected president of the American Jewish Congress, with Rabbi Irving Miller, of Woodmtre, Long Island, re-elected as chairman of the National Executive Committee. Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark, New Jersey, was chosen as chairman of the Natitonal Administrative Committee. Reporting will be Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida Women's division, who was elected a national vice president and presided at the second plenary session; Mrs. A. A. Hayden and Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman. Haganah Forces Occupy Ramleh JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Arab town of Ramleh, about 15 miles from Tel Aviv, was invaded by strong Haganah forces, while in Jerusalem, the all-Jewish modern ".ehavia section of the city was shelled for a short time by Arab mortars. Haganah's occupation of the all-Arab town of Ramleh was aimed at loosening Arab control of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem road. The Jewish units searched the town for concentrations of arms and explosives used in attacking Jewish food convoys en route to Jerusalem. The Jews were also hunting foreign Arab bands who have been active along the entire length of the major highway. After several hours the Haganah withdrew from the town but occupied several small Arab villages in the neighborhood. A Jewish plane was shot down by British and Transjordan troops and the pilot was reported killed. The Jew was aiding Haganah forces engaged in a battle with the Arab soldiers near Kfar Etzion when the British arrived and fired on the plane. On the Jerusalem end of the main road the Jews who were earlier reported to have been forced out of Castel, five miles west of Jerusalem, have secured their hold on the village and have expanded their operational permiter, occupying several villages and setting up road blocks between Jerusalem and Hebron. Guest speakers will be Mrs. Fred C. Pollack, president of the L-.s Angeles Women's division, and another national vice president; and Mrs. H. Littman. president of the Newark division. At last month's convention in the New Yorker hotel, Judge Justine Wise Polier, daughter of Stephen Wise and the late Mrs. Wise who founded the dvision, was elected national president. It is the first time in the history of. the division that anyone but Mrs. Wise has served in that position. Monday evening's meeting is to begin at 8:30 p.m.



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PAGE TWO +Je/strkrf**r Sholom Temple Conduces Seder Temple Beth Sholom will conduct its third Annu,,: v' ngregational Seder or. Friday even Apr: 23. :n the Temple pat at 6 p.m. Evening service! usher in the Festival of Freedom will begin at S 30 in th< Temple. I 4144 Chate Ave. Miami B-,.. Res< : vati as :' i Uu Si d( i ill be limited to 250 Rabbi Lc n Kr n sh .. i nS rstu and th< i eading 1 I u Hagg b< assisted bj C : : %  S n Keler tit *::: and b} H; Fi i i T* n ny*inii FRffiAY^Ap^ The Jewish Floridian offices wil] be closed on Friday. April 30th. conclusion of the Passover holidays. All news copy lor publication in that issue must be In not later than Tuesday at 3 p.m. Advertising columns will close Wednesday morning at 10. • -In commemoration -: r-.ir.e members ct Temple Israel congregation who save their lives in World War II. a dedication ceremor.v was held at Friday night services last week, at which time Mr.'and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelmaa presented a placque and fountain in memory c: the deceased. Rabbi Colmao A. Zwitmaa left conducted the memorial serrices ar.d Col. Ralph H. Stephen delivered the mam address. Hadassah B ated thi(Clrcult C SAML'KI. J RAND 1 Miami, y. %  ... "* 3/26 l/J-l-K TERMITES STOP FURTHER DAM^ WITH OUR BONDED TERMITECONTROL FH. A. TERMS CALL US TODAY 1 Iniptcl :-i end Eif i n Without OblijotWM KATS • ROACHES • AtfR **9 A c -iGLER 123 22'-. STREET P .,, a V IT: Beich Since ORKIN INI COMPLETE PEST C0NTK-. For real Holiday Enjoyment! H0R0WITZ-MAR6ARETEN MATZOHS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal. Cake Meal. Egg Matzohs. Noodles, Farfel. and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! Sholom P.T.A. Holds Model Seder, Installation %  .. i n n t h the I M 5 K %  are c-< %  ". Seal Kan Mn Bernard • New Chapter of Masada' Organized in Miami Under thi ices of Greater .'..:.. Hudassah a new has been rmed in Miami Organization an Oneg Shabbat f Misses Shirley Friedman. S W 17th Ter. : will be held Sun•.'.< mam] Y. n between the — • : 18 and 30 who are interested in the group are asked ••• :. I MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A :ed and Process-d Marl —r.v Mi 3:tter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Cad Call 4-0325 or 71-3871 1813 S. W. 21st Terract | EDDIE ALPEI PALMER'S MIAMI I MONUMENT CO. MEMORIALS OF OISTTNCTION %  MIAMI S ONLY JEWISH >, MONUMENT BUILDERS J j£T t 2iZ2" A: T on %  ^ %  •*•* %  DeliTeryj 5 :: %  s. w. 8th st. PHONF 4-5922 Distributed bv XATIOXAL BBA3TDS. INC 690 N. W. 13th Street MIAMI FLORID A Phone 2-7405 fcvAWw^^J For Passover Pleasure and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOCR CREAM SWEET BITTER KOSHER FOR PASSOVER And Ali Year'Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORX Be sure that the name a PPr on every product —— % % 



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APRIL 16. 1948 fJenisti fhrlcUan PAGE THREE Kal Health %  Endorsed By lor Mberman K Liberman, mayor of %  each, this week endorsed %  rnation issued by Flor( s ^tfinor, Millard F. Caldfl&tning April 14th, as I Health Day. He also Bthe Mental Health SoI Southeastern Florida, at Bequest the proclamation Hcd. on its year of pro"Thii be in >ciety has done a fine Iberman said, "in pubicts which prove the dislack of facilities in Florin Dade county for the % atment and prevention il illness." He added, "I iicularly appalled at the >ublished by the society that our state is seven beds short of the numlircd by minimum standup by the federal govfor the care of mental \\ standards call for a >f five beds for mental r one thousand popularesidents of Miami ( members of this or< the mayor stated 'and 1 feel they are to led for their part in progress." nt.11 Health Society of i i %  :•, Florida is holding inual meeting on Mental April 14th at 8 o'clock rig, in the School hiing Auditorium at nil St., Miami. High\ening will be the a twenty-three minfilm "The Feeling of Council Re-elects Mrs. S. C. Myers Mis. Stanley C. Myers was elected president of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, for a second term, at a meeting Wednesday in the Surfside hotel. Serving with Mrs. Myers will be Mrs. Aaron Farr, first vice pres.; Mrs. Edward Cowen, second vice pres.; Nathaniel Levin, third vice pres.; Mrs. Bernard Fuller, corres. sec; Mrs. David Catsman, rec. sec; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treas.; Mrs. Sam H. Taran, fin. sec; and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, auditor. Annual reports of chairmen were read at the meeting. Announcement was made that the newly elected officers would be installed at a luncheon May 5. Members contemplating attendance at the installation affair are advised to make reservations through the chairman, Mrs. Robert Schwartz, 6-2068, or Mrs. Julius Musson, 5-1816. \ Flagler-Granada Group To Elect Officers Election of officers will take place Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of Flagler-Granada group, a newly formed neighborhood organization aimed at establishing a local Jewish Center. They will meet in the Coral Gables Women's club, E. Ponce de Leon Blvd. and Santillane Ave. at 8 p.m. A card party and refreshments i will follow the business session. Mrs. James Segal, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements. VOTE FOR JOHN H. 1 ATI'S Assure Fair. Honest and Impartial Administration of Justice Group 7, llih Judicial Circuit, Dade County. Fla. Pd. fur by friend of JOHN H. YATBB Hebrew School Seder Rabbi Simon April will conduct a model seder for the Hebrew and Sunday school students of Miami Hebrew School and Junior congregation at 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning. Parents and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Poinciana Arrival Recent Poinciana hotel arrivals include: Mrs. Nettie Pagano, Miss Ann DeLuca, Bayonne, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Linker, Philadelphia; Ralph Kopelovo, Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aeillo, New York; Mr. and Mrs. George Heed, Weehawken. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. B. Platnick. Brooklyn; S. Mankowsky, Miami. WINZ (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 PASSOVER Kashruth strictly observed The true beauty and tradition of the Sedorum will be conducted by the well known New York cantor LEPE GARTENHOUSE who will also conduct services in our synagogue for the entire week of Passovsr. Telephone 5-6701 Ownership-Management SAMUEL M. GRUNDWERG MORRIS NEWMARK TIDES HOTEL 1220 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Hotel Greeters Dance Hotel Greeters of Tropical Charter 19, in South Florida are sponsoring a "Novelty Dance" at the Roney Plaza hotel, Miami Beach, Saturday. 8:30 p.m. Guests will include members of the hotel fraternity and their friends. VANS RETURNING EMPTY New York. Pittsburgh. Boston, Chicago [MIAMI STORAGE AND VAN CO. INC. Agents for ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. AND VAN CO. W. 5th St. Phone 2-8284 "Take Tolls Off Venetian Causeway" Says DARREY A. DAVIS State Legislature Candidate. Group 1 NATIVE FLORIDIAN WAR VETERAN RESIDENT DADE COUNTY FOR 33 YEARS Paid Political A-dv. THE KV&& oriqinal lUPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coat!



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PAGE FOUR rjenisl' Fksidiar____ FRIDAY. APIH, EDITORIAL April I* Freedom Month April and Freedom have a lonq and histori association in the history ot the Jewish people and in the annals of the American nation This year, on the eve oi the creation oi the first Jewish commonwealth s:nce Titus crushed the last remnants of resistance in Judea in 7( C.E., the juxtaposition of April and Freedom is more pointed more heavily underscored than perhaps eve: before. It is giver, added empr.as.i by the imminence of Passover which for more than 3.00C years has spelled Freedom and lil tion to Jews. It is particularly fitting, therefore, that the United Jewish Appeal has designated April 1948 as r:eei;Month a -::r::h during wh:^h Arr.ericon Jews will be called upon to make Free 1 z meaningful word to oui brethren throughout the world to the Jews in the DF Camps lc B in the ruins oi Europe to the Jews imprisoned on Cyprus tc the Jews building i lives a-, oui own country ar.i to the Jews battling foi nationhood in Palestine. The rev.state in Palestine which is expected tc rorne Lntc existence nexl month must be m Jy tc absorb tens oi thousands ol imm and : must he ready to ierer.d itseli and them against the murderous assaults oi '-he s evastation tc :he Jews ol Europe. It was anothi >vei Bve years -ha: t] roic Jews oi Warsaw defied the a:.ah: ;: the German Wehrmacht The Yishuv has i; will fight with at lees: equal %  but ass:;from us is urgently refoi as as Americans tc note how Apt '.is ven in :ae :abr.c of our own ry. The rd luring whi ch was the s ...a the world was %  '.;.:.! If :he sarr:e i.f.e incidentally Shettc Battle. The Ccr.aress of a States wes first convened on April 6. oe April is also of United Nations was born arc racial 525C DOC OOC V:. I Campaign on which de1s the ei five ess oi the program oi the ttee the United Pales Apj> ted Servi for 1 eri' I :: Ami rica residing .:. [cross the country now enPAINFUL INJURY intary fund-raising drive : a:.-.recple or nation. Th e freedom I ws throughout the world the UJA Campaign. this a.storic month of curselves to the salvager, oi cur recple. |e '. s • • delivered out of bondcze in -gyp: a.=ccvered when they arrived on S* thai many trials still and God gave them bread. i and God made the bitter water in '.he wilderness forty yea:; entered the Promised Land. -1 Jews who survived the Nazi sve discovered that liberation is lews of ancient Egypt, most c: th( :. -he wilderness of doubt and ::---; nil area from the Promised Land. T..: aftei the end of the war, 250.000 %  lifing for deliverance from the swamp of indecision and inac years after the end of the war, abas*'' Jews in Europe find the elves in poverty; three years after the n d of ik !" 01 ** 700,000 Jews of Palestine are engaqS'^ 1 and death struggle for their existence a, 8 '' and as a nation. The United Jewish Appeal is the an American Jewry to the u:'..--cedented^ll European Jewry and to the requirememTjl nascent Jewish state. To : "' these ni* UJA has undertaken a cam^-.an unpoJJi the history of voluntary welfare doerr-lTl United States. ^ J| The United Jewish Apoeal sewm., 000,000 in its 1948 'Year oi Destiny"^ to provide food and clothinrr, shelter and t care, to those who have lost everythinq _. the war years; to renew old skills andtejj] ones to the displaced Jews in prepardbJ normal productive lives; to assist in the struction of Jewish life in Eurape wherevtr. ble. and to transport to Palestine the Ur. tec I and other countries the hundreds of thoai Jews who cannot remain cr.. longer in | But the United Jewish Apr^eal is sol potent. It cannot work rr The UJA depends on us to provide tieL needed to accomplish their eeiold proagj We' cannot permit the I 000 Jews/ vivors of Europe to perish oi neglect. Wee. permit the 700,000 Jews of -stine to wj in a welter of blood and lost hopes. If en anywhere, is lost through indifference, mj life, anywhere, is safe. We cannot permit anyone, cnywbsj| live in doubt and fear, else the fate oiouri civilization will hang by a thread. Not only the Jews of Palestine, everywhere, are engaged in the greatest i for Jewish freedom since Moses led the i of Egypt We, the American peer le are the mal( tunate in the world, for cur i alone, oft major nations, did not treml under the i of a ruthless foe in the rece: :r our i not devastated, our homes v :e left intact We. the Jews of Amer. can do ov| by supporting the current Combined peal and insuring its success. The dnvene S300.0O0 short in reaching Its quota. I! yc not made your contribution phone Check with your friends, nek ors andaa ances. Make sure that they too have deal part. Alfred Stone Heads Beach Zionist Slate Pioneer Women Plan Flamingo Park Show ; % %  ; %  '. P : % %  '. %  Hebrew Student* "Dancecrafters Present M.sieal Make nitia •I Aca. .: :.•• of %  '.:. held IS St Bureau ol Local Appearance 'Dancecrafters," the first ballet tri ape of Miami, will present "C ppelia," a three-act -comedy number, and ballet Divertisseaudiments Monday evening at Miami r, J. Felt. G M C hen J Teen-Age Council Plans Edison High School auditorium Beginning at 8:15 p.m. the pro-punsored by the Cadet Corps of the High school. Choreography for the show is v Bernard Ostfeld, European : who will take the title Dance instruction is under -arde local ballet instructor Among the Divertissements is Spectre de la Rose" to the •Invitation to the Dance" Carl Maria Von Weber. ii Clarke will take the lead in "Coppelia." Oth. r kadmg parts will be played ::. H Plat ::' S P sternum. Rabbi David Raab, ,' Resnick Dr. Z '. Si I shin, E ; M Silvi ;s1 Ed Sii ger. E W C. Bender. E. Lea O Lelchak, J Lelchuk, I R G in, A G dman, M. Meisel, J Charming, O. Mamber. Dr. E. J E : 3 K • ner, W. Jasie Dr M Goodman, S. Goldman. Van Straaten, Gus Trau. M. Good1 J seph Rackovsk>. • i Bread. Past presidents of the Miam ; Zunist District are Shepard Broad, Dr. Louis Lytton and Jack D. Burns. Guest speaker and installing officer will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Tickets for ,1.50-pTus tax may be purchased at Burd.ne's de• -nt store. M.ami. mittee. — %  A Orthodox Sisterhood deal with preparing j wu Sponsors Games Party b !" Beinn Warn party ki being spon r ""P WU the Sisterhood of the ongre19. audiBeth David Ladies Plan Miniature Seder I Regula: Sister:. day in BI at 1.30 p :: A p: g by III Alexar. I ladies of ti. ticipate. In lure sedeHagad: prepared b> ing part in Cantor M Stieb.: E. D M< Mrs. H ry Gorri :. Pa-by Un E LangnGershon A %  :•; %  • : :i rxheidWa | Ta.rr.udl being vsj pin d '".ided will bel • ased % %  % %  : -.: i tedet %  Mamcaa :. .-• Mrs. Bo %  Un Nat Z* .-: UA HP 4 f,th Strev .'^\^i :tr,d It • = %  "J,,,., *1 1930. t IN -••", Mire*' Weekly. .'•'' "'^ -0 graphic Aflt; '..lifl, •"** \ Nat.onal Ec^-ii' *. ,W £ 'l'i! N.w.paper. F c > ,. t 8UBSCRiP Tl0N On* Year Two Vea-t unaffiliated young • Lehrman. A musical pr foUow. Members and fria, .. \ viud to attend. Htrsch I PPaport in charge of refresh*^ds of the affair will bene%  ^1 M the building fund of the congreg. FRED K. Ed'ter a' SHOCHP Telephones 2-114, OF ncE *W3 120 N. E-SUA* Volun:. {i M FRIDAY APR";*



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APRIL 16. 1948 fJenisti fhrldHann PAGE FIVE L Jeanette Cohen, Milton Lipsitz feted at Candlelight Ceremony [gainst a setting of tall candleabra capers under a canopy Joted with lerns, palms and baskets of lillies, gladiolas %  arnations. Miss Jeanette Cohen and Milton Leon Lipsitz ^Viged vows last Sunday evening. labbi Simon April officiated at the ceremony which took place in the home of the bride's I /"** Miss Kaler. Levitt Reveal Wedding Plans Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler of 470 S.W. 21st Rd. have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Renee Cheryl, to Albert I. Levitt. The couple has planned their wedding for June 20 after which they will both attend suml'-> Mrs. Milton Lipsitz cousin, Mrs. George Stone, 2127 S.W. 16th Ter., followed by a reception for wedding guests. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Ida Cohen of 1220 S.W. 25th Ave., carried a family prayer book topped with white orchids and stephanitis. Her aunt, Mrs. Harry Shear, served as matron of honor. Herbert Wilensky was best man for his cousin. Dena Konter was flower girl and Melvin Allen, ring bearer. Mrs. Lipsitz attended Walsh School of Business Science where she was a member of Pi Rho Zeta. She is also a member of the Emanon club and Hadassah. The groom, son of Mrs. Rose Lipsitz, 624 S.W. 14th Ave., was graduated from the University of Florida where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He is a member of the accounting firm of Leo Landis. Now honeymooning in Nassau, the couple will live at the Kenmore hotel this summer until taking up permanent residence in Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Rose Minkoff, Mrs. William Cohen, Mrs. Morris Slotkin and Mrs. Bernie Slotkin, Mrs. Ben Arkin, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Konter, with their children Dena and Michael, and Mrs. Morris. Levy, all of Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. Clarence Allen and son Melvin from Birmingham; and Mrs. Henry Wilensky, Charleston. large room with all home privileges •oi.uble to permanent tenants DO W. 30th Ave.. Miami Bui 16 on the Corner lora R. Hickey &RSETIERE and DESIGNER %  merry of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami, Fla. Phone 3-1882 Reeeption Will Honor Grossman To honor Maurice Grossman upon the completion of his tenth year as executive director of the Miami YM C & WHA, a dinner and public reception has been scheduled for May 16. Nat Blumberg, chairman of the affair, is being assisted with arrangements by Fred K. Shochet, Milton Friedman, Abe Cutler, Leon Kaplan, Dorothy Kaplan, M. J. Koplowitz and Max Jacobskind Miss Renee Kaler mer school at the University of Florida, Gainesville. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, the bride-elect now attends the University of Miami where she is majoring in musiceducation. She is a member of DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, and Habonim, and is a protem officer and soloist of Emunah chapter, OES. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levitt. 836 40th St., Miami Beach, the prospective bridegroom attended schools in Greenville, S. C, and was graduated from Clemson college, Clemson. S. C where he was a pre-medical student. Levitt served overseas during the war with the medical corps. Kenneth B. Cohen And Bride Honeymooning Through Florida A double ring ceremony in Beth David Sunday afternoon united Miss Marilyn M. Koblenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koblenz of 2719 S.W. 19th Ter., and Kenneth B. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen of Wooster, Ohio. The newly weds are now on a motor trip through Florida. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the wedding which was followed by a reception in the synagogue. A family dinner took place at the Grossinger for the immediate family. Mrs. William H. Koblenz wasmatron of honor for her sisterin-law. Jenkins Cohen served as best man. and Dr. William H. Koblenz, the bride's brother, and Kenneth Labow, Terry Kane, Ted Labow and Stanley Abomowitz were ushers. Vocal selections were rendered by Miss Shirley Koblenz, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Samuel Kaplan, both cousins of the bride. The bride attended Miami Senior High school and Wayne university. Detroit. She is active with the Miami Y. A graduate of Ohio State university, the groom served two years with the U.S. Navy. The Cohens are to reside at 937 S.W. 5th St. upon their return. Among the out-of-town guests were the groom's parents, Simon Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Wise, all of Wooster, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedman of Detroit; and Percy Rotenberg and ih Shuirman, Flint, Mich. 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Besides the reception for guests to follow services in the Center in the morning, a party has been planned for classmates of the confirmand to take place in their home that evening. %  !..• < Alter I oH"L Z*CM 1 L TijGUST BROS ftyc£ IS the BEST irniAmnnncoLn 11 HAGUB ST. OPEN .v 11:40 8UND V RUTH BROTMAN Music Laureate Scholarship Paris Conservatoire SPECIALIZING IN SINGING AND VOICE PLACEMENT For information call 5-3042 OPEN FOR WEDDINGS AND CLUB ENGAGEMENTS %  TRY fUR STORAGE AT HOME COLD... dry cold storage ... away from humidity and he it... is the only kind that protects furs from the deteriorating effect of summe* hear. In our CERTIFIED Cold Storage Vaults... you get this kind of cold... plus protection against moths, and insurance against fire and theft. Phone or write for complete information. Phone 3-0869 For Free Bonded Messenger Service e 8HK '. COLD > ^ MllUAl,! B FURS THE HOME OF •CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORAGE Established 1927 118 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. MIAMI All Furs Stored On Our Own Premises, Under Our Own Personal Supervision. World Wax II Veteran Do We Want A 'YESS' Man As Our Commissioner For District 1?" The Answer Is "No"! Elect ROLAND R. SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRIOT ONE Paid Political Adv.



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PAGE SIX Florida Women, United Synagogues Re-elect Mrs. Lehrman President Sholom Temple Women Schedule Elections r Rn>AY APRi : Mrs [n ."U %  tt the F or-': %  ted Syi i A at a convention i at Hotel I sevelt Jai -.n\ ilk Api U I to 11. til s -1 a Southeast the L'SA. passed a \. %  %  .1 S utheastt i Als : %  '. M M B J 5 and Mrs Q. Reset Beth E %  ? s; ; X• %  1 %  -* c %  %  7. S • • • T %  R ish directory will La/ -. r by the Jewish Ii il Bureau, according to and ... at by S. Ralph peop:. ELECT Fred W. McCall, k SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCT*). "A Complete Education Program for Dade Cod Resident of Daie County 2|T QUALIFICATIONS: • Master of Education—University oi M • Bachelor of Arts—Unirersity of Florida • 19 years in the Dade County schooi system • Actual experience with all phases :! the Eduatal Program %  ] • Holder of many Local. Stale, and National PrsWaJ offices ^"M • Able Leader :: •: • 5 s %  %  •• 5' ELECT LOUIS F. RED) SXEDH.ARl Your County Commissioner District 1 5 VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS B TOfl BY* — v-w r-^?: Ii you want an able, honest, tearless and impartial judge, who wiil be entirely free from any prejudice against any race color or creed. Elect ROBERT H. 6IYENS, JR. CIRCUIT JUDGE IN GROUP ONE -ere ha DADC COUNTY y.-_ : ~ VOTE : JOHN C. JOHNSON Your COUNTY' COMMISSIONER X JOHN C ICHXSCS I C MacV:r=



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^Jewlstthridlain PAGE SEVEN ibi Leon Kronish Chairman Brandeis lolarships Calls For Applications Ibbi Leon Kronish, chairman Jhf Brandeis Camp Institute %  fcarship Committee of the Htcr Miami Zionist Youth %  mission, has announced that ^ %  cations are being accepted Pftandidates desiring admission %  hi institute. Kospcctive candidates need not %  affiliated with any Zionist Hth Group, according to Rabbi ^piish. The important quality desire to serve the Jewish )le. A vibrant personality, mic leadership qualities, |>led with an interest in Jewi community life and current irs are the necessary possesis required of a Brandeis ip Institute candidate, he re(ed. Age range of candidates |8 to 25 years. program is so arranged as lllow ample opportunities for my, work and recreation. frses are given on: Jewish A land problems on the Ameri[ si ene; problems facing world ^i 5; history, theory and pracZionism; achievements and jlcms of Jewish Palestine; iples of group work. Some 'inurs daily are devoted to |i, singing and folk dancing. are lectures, discussions, | preparation of papers programs, as well as work|p t >r interest groups in arts afts, leadership techniques ogramming. ;t from the systematic s which will be conducted B permanent staff of comer, t instructors, the Institute nave a number of visiting hirers, each outstanding in his Id. who will discuss special pj> ts of interest. Evenings are Fi to a social program, inUflg singing, dancing, dramatimp-fire. This is planned by i campers themselves, with the •lunior Hadassah >l4>tnlM'rslii| Toa Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah is presenting its second membership tea on Sunday. It will be held at the home of Miss Joy Fine, at 2250 S.W. 18th Ave. The tea will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. A program will be presented by Miss Elaine Sachs, program chairman, to acquaint new § members with the purpose of.f,,. Junior Hadassah. I.I in niiniiauMiui ii a a:: 11 iiuiiiiinuuu i iiiimu :II:I IUU:IH IIUII .iiuuuiuiiiiiiiitiiiiiiu r* w "' FoTCooM X0&& >y|lil>\ ^^J w 3 \^mmm^ Hpwdf •"•"•'"j. "^*"" — i r ~ "" %  "•... ROKEACH KoshrNYAFAT Yet, do your Passover cooking, belting, and frying with this purely vegetable product. It I helps make your foods tastier, I more wholesome, more easily I digestible. Use It all year H 'round. Your grocer has it. II Ask for it by nam. Look for tho ipociil %  "KOSHER FOR PASSOVER" l.b.l ^__ fc on th jr 2^tn\ .b* ^ •iKOKEACH 8, SONS m.S2£sM S. E. "Doc." SPAULDING For COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 1 Pioneer Business Man < > SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY DESERVING CAUSE i Paid Political Adv. %  1 WMmiuumiuuMunii %  %  i ELECT ^^^^ J. "MARTY" DEER COUNTY i • ^L, 5^ T COMMISSIONER *&BP*'M DISTRICT NO. 3 May 4 Primary COURTEOUS ABLE EXPERIENCED j — Paid Political Adv. j %  i iinn nimuumMU wmmmmmmmm\MumimMmmmmmwm % % %  %  % %  • %  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 Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob, Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS* \ Ui vmm or order from route salesman **.



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PAGE EIGHT +Jelst fkrldlari^^^ Miami Zionist Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin of Charleston have been visitDinner ^ eaTU ing their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hon. "GetZel + %  Mn. Levin Heads TemploT,^ at 740 S.W. 7th St. B Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin %  of Miami Beach were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldman last weekend at Marco Island Inn, Marco Island, Fla. -* Mr. and Mrs. Mac Adler of New York City are honeymoor. : ing at the Ritz Plaza hotel following their wedding last Sunday. They are cousins of Al Retskin, operator of the Pierce and Scrar, Vs ton hotels in Miami. Upon their return the Adlers will res:de in Toms River, N. J., where he is engaged in accountancy -* -fc + Nat Gans, Metropolitan Life Insurance agent, was one c. those chosen to represent Miami at a five-day Southern cor, vention in Savannah this weekend A son, Larry Eugene, waa born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger of 446 S.W. Sixth St. Mrs. Minnie Goodman Keller of 3230 N.W. 7th St., will '.ecve April 23 for a two-week vacattion at her former home town Birmingham, Ale. •* -* Mrs. Eugenv. L:ier.feld of Miami Beach has left for Be.:', more to soend the Passover holidavs with her two sons and their families Dr. end Mrs. S. Lilenfe'ld and daughter Lois cr.:i Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Lilenfeld and children, Julia and Saul. %  I, %  : fifth term in the office ,!,.„, of Temple Israel will begin '" Ma y for Isaac Levin, who was re..,,; to that office at a meet. Monday, April 5. L.'vin has also been active work with other groups in including the P.-T.A.. I fray Ladies' work, the ,nal Council of Jewish womB'nai B'rith auxiliaries, and i inference of Jewish womI mizations. lerve with Mrs. Levin this are Mrs. Harry V. Simons Mrs. Elry Stone, vice presidents; M: :,• nry £ ordmg u >.l Hirseh. ... |,;nd,n7*>l s 0 r **^s\ are Mrs %  G rd r ? Alb,lt (; Irs sSfi • Si Mi :.,„„ WJT^I man, MIS s M, isonnsm Mendelsun .: Alfred M I Mrs. Hari;. vins. Mrs v\l Ross, and [„ Ad-Jpr .l theimer. Zionist I tional lions. Literary Figures Honor INM'I and Italy. typify J lai with !. bbj Fishbeii %  '. lit%  %  • • lerevening 1 Su Professor Davenport To Address WC Youth (jovei le Ui '.:. •:.:. .'. ill • .: %  st speak ting • A \ 692-Y >nd the E\ : .. %  i of Miami. T ........ • group on en! • to Our Wa -T rn W rid?" The •.. I • % %  ting in I • Max 1 • • S "•' %  : Si %  %  A %  Rot • ; i ng Goi 158. %  i i i i i i i i • i i > i i %  i i i %  i %  i • i • i i i < i i i i t i i i i • i i i %  i • t i i • i i i i i t t i i i i • t t i i i t t i i i i i i t i i t i i i i i i i i i i t t t i t i • i i • t i i i t t t i 11 i t i i i i i t i i t i i i i < is i i i t • i • i i t t i • RASKAS DAIRY CO. PASSOVER PRODUCTS As thru iho years* we are once more offering the •lows of Florida, our liit-liqualilv KOMIIIt FOR PASS O V E K dairy produels. Inder siriel religious supervision. No eondoiisofl milk, powdered milk, or ehemieals of any sort are ever used in the uiaiiufaoturc of our dairy products. Our dairy produets are in a ii ii 1.1<-1 ii red in our own plant, from rieh wholeMime milk coining diroetly from the farms. tii-iirndv Food Co. 1 phonv 2-7570) is our package-distributor for tiiealer Miami anil Miami Beach. Yours for a .lOYOI's AMI KOMI I It PASSOVER! RASKAS DAIRY CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. F.S. Our dairy products are Kosher Passover and year 'round. for I • I t I • • t • t I t • I t I • i • t • i i t i i I I I I • I I I I t I I • i i • i • I i • i • • • I I i • I • I • t t I i i • • i I i • i • i • • i i • i i i i i i t i i I • i • i t • i • • • i i t t i i i t I • i I I t t I I • t • • • • i • i i • t !! • s: • • • i 11 11 Miss Pat Staff Marches to Altar Miss Pat St ff this Sunday at Stofl •-. '• I Mr .; :. lis B Si .: • %  %  Sylvia r : M B< rn as •. Al Leslie will best man ( sons of Josei L %  '. led Scog school in New fiance attt n school* • Ni w York and is now the fin : Todd %  Afti n :. N the cou] :. Y. : Aim dines WHITE CANNON TOWELS Thick and thirsty for every day use! 7Q f yj each cannon's white I u r k %  h towels favorites with the whole family. Wonderfully absorbent because they :c white end soft textured. Suil able for monogiamming and appliqueing, too. About 20 x 40 inches. • Cannon wash cloths match to each 10c s !" r, mi B4,h Shop. LSI 0 "Al, M we p '~ Beh .rn F. L.ud.rd.1, TUB RAPHAEL* Not ARE OPERATING FOR PASSOVER THE DINING ROOM OF THE C N OI HARRISOr; HOTQ AKrAKr'MtLu'"^ 411 w h o ,on v Bu M,.n, iB-B Strictly Kosher Me th or *;> Rooms AM Rooms .'. Bath ana pkj— FOR YOUR RESERVATION CALL 5-4696 World War II Veteran 'Do You Want The Old Polit ea] Machine I, Receive All County cntracu?" Small Businessmen— %  cterans— Labor say NO! Elect ROLAND R. SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT O.-. at K^OWtMS A New In Thof Hummi Hosiery were $2.50 NOW $1.95 a pair c -f-/4immingc0^ FAMOUS 15 DENIER "SI'S" (tr**4y ikm IS dni*r 31 Sug> i) Ifs something to shout anon' e wonderful, extrcnielv sheer 15 A Humming Bird 51's dtwnal new colors supcrbh knit, !-.-• nrst in quality ... a new evtra 1 for you now in our hosiery department at $145 I



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[tor Honors Leaders kecial service will be held [•ening at the Miami Beach Community Center dediJto the newly elected lead%  f the center who will be of honor and occupy seats pulpit. Rabbi Irving Lehripiritual leader of the conlion, will install the new and speak on the sub; a n We Make the Grade?" be begins at 8:15 p.m. eph M. Rose is president; H. Frankel, honorary life lent; Abraham Goodman, Sirkin, Alfred Stone, vice lents; Samuel Friedland, ttef, Archie Brick, recorder: and Oscar Mamber filal sec. Bid of directors: Jack Ablin, an Berman, Samuel E. BernHarry Bodenstein, Daniel 3: ad. Dr. Benjamin ColeNathan H. Darsky, Leo Istein, Bernard Feiner, WilI. Feuer, Nathan Glosser, %  jjiGoldberg, Nat H. Hankjj, seph M. Lipton, I. Louis Morris Newmark, RayRubin, Alex Sussman, Ed George J. Talianoff, Ira ;.re: Herman M. Berk. Political Roundup Beth David Seder J. Edwin Larson, tfcate treasurer for the past seven years, is seeking re-election to that position. A graduate of the Allegheny College of Business Administration and Accounting and of the law college of the University of Florida, Larson has also served Florida as a state senator and representative to the legislature. Before he was elected treasurer, the candidate was a U.S. state collector of internal revenue for six years. In addition to his present duties as state treasurer and also as insurance commissioner, Larson •is also state fire marshall and a member of more than 20 administrative boards. LEGAL NOTICES i Rabbi Lehrman Jack D. Burris, David R. Isen, Abraham Halperin, Samuel Katz. Morris Kriegel, Harry Levine. The following wire was sent by Senator W. A. Shands on the occasion of Prayer Day, Thursday, April 8th, to the various synagogues in the greater Miami Max Lippman, Samuel Magid. | dreai as w0 n as Hollywood and Isaac Mannheimer, Al Osheroff, Fort Lauderdale: Abraham Selevan, Henry Spero, Max Su'ken, I. R. Goodman, Moses Ginsberg. Htm l;.l'i:!lir:r: -: % %  !. i' i:, i %  TSI-I-II 1 %  : vrnir. "May I join with you in this solemn moment and offer my fervent prayer that your people will soon attain the fruition of their hopes—a free Palestine." Rabbi Shapiro Rabbi Max Shapiro who will conduct Passover services at Beth David synagogue the first night of Passover, April 23 in the Talmud Torah. He will be assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Because of the limited seating capacity, Chairman Mrs. Jack Rosenberg has requested that those contemplating attendance call the Beth David office early tur reservations. Seder traditions and dietary laws are to be strictly observed ORDER FOR PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI-OR1UA, IN AND FOR UADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 116404. JERALDINE GILBERT, Plaintiff, vi. STANLEY GILRERT. Defendant. Po: STANLEY GILBERT. 440 Lenox Road, Brooklyn, Ij'ew York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to iln your appeal ance In the above tyled cause lor divorce, on or before ..ie 15th day of May, 1918. Dated thiB loth day of April. im. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Cleric. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 21 Calumet Building Iiaml. Florida ,10-23-30 5/7 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND E(K DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 116124 PAULA ERNA EHRLICH. Plaintiff. VH. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant. TO: KARL EHRLICH East Avenue, Near Wheat Road Vineland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before May 17th, 1948. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order b;> published once a week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 15 day of April, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 4/16-23-30 5/7 SO YOU WON'T FORGET ETHEL ROTHLEIN announces the arrival of a host of new women's apparel. The selection is large — and best of all — Popular Priced! ETHEL will be most pleased to see her many friends, especially for the Holidays. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP 236 N. Miami Avenue %  IWWMMHH i mW IWI MW IIIU' l lll lllu """ t !1 1tlul::lrlnl jrld War II Veteran 'Dade Professional Men Believe In Building For 1960; They Want Men With Visionl Elect ROLAND R. SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE Paid Political Adv. Cantor Joseph W. Malek, who has made rapid strides in the cantorial field, will conduct Sedorim Services both nights of the Passover Holidays at the Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Cantor Malek, who has a tenor voice, officiated at High Holiday Services last year at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. ^i 18 years a practicing attorney in Miami — six /ears associated with one of our present Justice's of the Peace. Exponent of • iir administration of justee to all. ELECT SCRAP METAL WANTED! Don't sell until you get our prlcM We we paying highest market prices for metals, batteries, tubes, etc. It Is worth jrour while to give us a trial. ATLAS IRON & METAL CORP. 3338 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 88-4541 Announces KOSHER PASSOVER MILK Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH am .f DIXIE HERLONG CHASTAIN Justice of the Peace IH strict One ABLE-UNDERSTANDLNG-EXPERIENCED Pild Political Xdr. SAM BLANK It Supporting W A. (Bill) SHANDS for GOVERNOR ..gasasi* tn< %  • PAID POLITICAL ACV Kosher for Passover TIK* following congregations are affiliated members of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.—Rabbi Murray Grauer Cong. Beth David—Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center—Rabbi Irving Lebxmann Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi Leon R. Kronish Beth Tfilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashruth TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 7-1611



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B'nai B'rith Plans State Convention In Jecksonville; Local Leaders Busy .. % %  %  %  ter ti n B'n i B nven.vmact S n : %  Fl .••:' %  %  • nd C. R. Jac ; n \--• c ur %  \ ----%  %  menu I • % %  •. S'-u-day night May i i %  : C %  J TJ %  p • -els %  • %  • %  n • %  '•. .,, B.B.y.0 The prortttJk BBG OraShon s %  • -5 Gables A feature of the evening will be a dramatization during the new officers and trusses will be presented to the membership. The program is under the di,.f Mrs Lawrence Simand Mrs. Nathan Bloom, -elected president. will tide. Dr. Wolfson Conclude* Spinoza Forum Season :: the concluding Spinoza of the season, Dr. Abrav. :in, author of "Spinoza: A Life of Reason." will deliver final lecture. His topic is and Philosophy of Baruch S urn begins at 3 p.m. at -.. 124 11th St.. Mi%  .. l %  CEJWIN CAMPS Port Jervie, N. Y. tfe ClUkill Mountains— Estab-3 <••Non.commercial Prd;-ei ive Educational Camps—Ideal for Jewish boys and girl*. a-.d water aporta. aeathetle Jewish cultural lnnuSabbath and dietary laws ad Ratoa—;o 8nd for da-. et. A P SCHOOLMAN. Dlraetor. 23" W. 8Jrd St.. N. Y. 24 BIRD Ho. 5 year.' exp ^ -proved ability^ RE-ELECT PRESTON \ BIRD OBJitv C4>itiiniss| 0|f District 4 Re-elect Bird 5 IT KASHRUTH QUALITY FLAVOR of r*w "•$ %  •$ &f aepree MATZOS AND MATZO PRODUCTS < Hi ": .:: : >.v: ;.t>: su':: % %  .. •!':; : ir : I It31r~ ~Wa7 5 ; %  i : -;• • : r ~i : ;' < Z : : --:i J ; ; ; L.. %  %  e i j*l %  %  N s ".: %  s %  DELAXORE ENROLL SOW JOt" Season CAMP DELIWAXEX r £E *:S: A : lnc:> for boys S-1S BAMBI HALL fee Children 4-6. Expert guidance and •. --£ POCONOS 2<-t hc.ra from New York :-.;. Trotxky. Director 1775 Broadway. N.Y.C Circle 5-SMS : i CAMP CARLYLE HENTERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA WILY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE COUTH Dietary Laws Strictly Observed FOR'BOYS AND GIRLS Age S to 16 Years ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Lerine. Unirersiry of Miami Physical Education Instructor. Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD MORRIS SIEGEL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 1438 WASHINGTON AVE-. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2988 Resident Physician in Attendance ELECT AN EXPI HIUMEij COX STABLE MEMBER ELKS— AMERICAN LEGDl AND VET OF FORQQi I WARS HARRY S, HIGGINS • JOHX 11. YATES I=v;-:;_-.;.•'. Circuit :;:: :: F.• 'Jr.z'.e Herb and Aunt Belle are happy to announce registration for: CAMP OSCEOLA Two Separate Camps for Jewish Children et tttJ FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS :Milk Purer on Lake Osceola Hecea Shea X. C. Hendersonville. N. C %  • an Camping Association '-' modem sanitation, mature tdoor and water, sports, including -..-cuisine. I Sabbath Services and Jewish I late Rabbi Dr. George Solomon, :: ri-_ E D AS0 C ms MOTHER: -•.; wt(S MOStM S P:= AND WOW; SEGAL C -*:::-t I'd 0-e-s H e fb e ri SUrer B.S. in Ed.. MXd. -* % %  Segal Silver. L.L, BJ^. -e::ersc= Are. s^ajai Beach. Fla. Ph:n: 5-S975 5^233 THE PENINSULA $7,500 APRIL 17th DAILY DOUBLE | ADMISSIONS ls and 2ad sSsJSl tjsssswsag *Ss* OAIIY DOUIU | Gra-lscard J J -" T9



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JAY, APRIL 16. 1948 -knisl Ihridictn PAGE ELEVEN •own Post Adds b Blood Bank Herman Bruce Brown Post of %  Jewish War Veterans has beH a drive to implement the Ht's blood bank. Members of I post are urged to donate Mir blood at Dade county Blood Kk and have it credited to the HiP hwly appointed chairman of I project. Jack Silver, is being feted by co-chairman Frank he. Silver succeeds Isadore Iwn, former chairman of the Dei l)ank program which was fin In 1940. fonor Guard of the post has plans to honor Miami's war Li n Memorial Day. They will %  rvices at the various ceme[i, placfng a flag on each bran's grave. Political Roundup Comptroller C. M.*Gay, is seeking return to office for a full four year term on a campaign of governmental economy and continued savings of taxpayers' money. "My campaign right now is in the best position it has held since my friends launchd it for me several months ago". Gay stated recently. Comptroller Gay repeated his pledge of continued economy ar.d savings in cost of state government which he said thus far have netted taxpayers of Florida well into the hundreds of thousands of dollars since he became comptroller. ror n error in the announcement of Benjamin B. Goldstein j, ed in the issue of April Copy should have read s'JAMIN B. GOLDSTEIN, P A. (certified public acini ant). Mr. Goldstein has just Bed his office at 1616 duPont ding, AUTO GLASS istalled While You Wait Full Lin* of o Accessories and Parts A HAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 Tom D. Bailey, candidate for State School Superintendent, stated that every boy and girl should have a well rounded educational opportunity including vocational training to enable him to learn "how to make a living" when he grows into manhood or womanhood. Bailey, who has been a Florida educator for many years, believes that the new school law adopted by the 1947 legislature is basically the salvation to many of the school needs. "All pupils and teachers must be afforded the opportunity to receive maximum benefits as provided by the Florida School Program," Bailey declared. "It will be my purpose as State Superintendent to champion the cause of education aggressively in an effort to guarantee a dependable and continuing source of revenue, which is necessary for an expanding program of education," he assured. Public apathy toward the campaign for one of Florida's most important state cabinet posts was deplored by Hugh L. McArthur. Tampa, candidate for State Attorney General, in a recent address. "The office of Attorney General is one of the most important the people of this state have in their power to bestow," McArihur said. "Mismanagement of this office can operate to the great detriment of the entire judicial and administrative structure of our state government. "Despite this, religious, civic and business leaders throughout the state, during my coverage of sixty-four counties in this campaign, have frankly informed me they did not even know the names of the four candidates for attorney general, including my own. Therefore, they candidly admitted a complete lack of knowledge as to the integrity or ability of any of the four candidates, including myself." Balkin To Address Tampa Women's Group Gilbert J. Balkin, assistant director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will address thf> newly formed women's chapter of B'nai B'rith in Tampa next Llfa Iniuranc. Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Li'a Ins. Co. 907 Biecayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS 3 =: !•, r. i We're constantly improving your service... Spending $85,0? >W0 to expand our fe%ies... Paying the highest operating costs in history... ...and still selling yon *****/0P/ r A RECORD TO BE PROUD OF/ LIGHT mnw MM* KHOWUTT tew t*<"S^-w" (III* On the average, a dollar', worth of electricity before the uar cost only $1.08 in March 1948. Thursday. His topic is to be "Makleague's current program for ing Democracy Work," a discuscombatting bigotry and advanc sion of the recent survey on anti%  emitism of the ADL and 'he ing good groups. relations among all ELECT JESS YARBOROUGH For Your County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 1 VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE "PROGRESS WITH JESS" Pd. Political Adv. Re-Elect ROSS WILLIAMS Circuit Judge GROUP ONE TEN YEARS JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE Paid Political Adv. k i %  ,'• 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 L



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PAGE TWELVE +JeistfhrMto£_ raj'' Y, APRIL isj Political Roundup William A. "Bill" Herin. can-Is rcuit judge in eroup :.-.< clerk I ine retu this week from his ol t are second campaign trip to Kej \v, st with tru e| I am gral work being done in c .unty by my active supP nting 1 ters, who include many t th< two Is %  : Key West and com..-re of i %  : ng th< Fl %  D.x %  i I • .-> week tail ndidai by \ttorney Jack A Abb itt Miami B president of I )t B'nai B'ril Lodges Mi B< ich Bar Associal qualist Henry L fications for the | %  LEGAL NOTICE N0T1CE UNDER: F1CTITIOO. iHl&gfavrm that LEGAL NOTICE x of l s %  %  n nd jud %  %  r fun said that, j .... firsl 1 trar.qu j for s st in 1 • se in the nu 100 per cent K %  • M %  %  %  %  %  D HI %  %  [ texl S Ross VV llian eet thai :;%  • %  %  • : • %  • %  %  '.-.: %  .. A I %  ; n Harvey S< I Order JOE GARDNER Ii Supporting >W. A. (Bill) SHANDS ior GOVERNOR -"--"' %  "'-' %  ---' %  : 122 40 OCEAN DRIVE Phones 58-2763 — 5-3145 MIAMI BEACH Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade • L,!--:• %  ...... m t n t • ed iatc -i Jewish cemeteriet • Se-v -g the ItiQmg Je* sram -s I art unce "925. Lo : F • THURMOND MONUMENT CO. VARKERS $35.00 PLLS CEMETERY CHARGES OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE I Weld Wr II VUnn "Veterans Destroyed Dictatorship Abroad. Do You Want It To Continue At Home?" Veterans Say "No". Elect ROLAND R. • SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER t ^ctRi5b5KS '.-KM-NKKK.; KATR W GREBNBEBa NOTICE UNDER FirT,r- NOTICE i*J the und< .-. %  •;': lv s, i HERB I 14-Sole Own-, A **• P %  WILLIAM 1H HERIN CIRCUIT JUDGE {GROUP ONE) WORLD WA 3 II VETERAR 39 YEAR RISIDENTOF MAMJ PRACTICING ATTORNEY 15 YFARS PoUUtal Aft. OPENS FRIDAY NITE APRIL 16th Featuring the Sensational ^m^m^ml 3 : R ecing A •%  -, %  '— %  It '.-:• %  • for Top %  Mienui Moil Populoi Dog Track. 10 RACES NIGHTLY 0411V DOUBLE 1st I 3rd QUINtELAS EVERY RACE NO MINORS ADMITTED NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM FIRST RACE 7:45 fJ "CSS US SmiCF. DIRECT 10 ,,,„ •-.. an N f :--< ,, —.--... %  %  : --. ^



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^AY, APRIL 16, 1948 +Jewlsfi fkiiriidliirtm PA-JE THIRTEEN Ronnce Wasserman |aum, Marsha Levin, Thelma Cohen. Rhoda Daiden. Phoebe Koondel, Lorraine Grobman, Violet Freedman, Beverly Raphael Naomi Sigel, Ronnee Wasserman. and Chicki Cohen. Escorts include Joe Pardo, Albert Pardo, Frank Zieve, Mik< Cooper, Gershon Miller, Evan Stein. Bernard Mandler, Herbert Goldfield, Mel Cohen, Sau. Genet, and Stanley Burns. Dancing will preceed and follow the show. Proceeds of the affair will be sent to the Meier Shfeyah Orphaned Children's Village in Palestine which is supported solelv by Junior Hadassah. Tickets an priced at $1 and can be purchasec from any Junior Hadassah member or at the door. MAKE OFFER 7 Unit Bldge. near S.W. Synagogue PRICE $23,000 Also lots In that district for sale to be built on RUSSELL REALTY Room 407, Congress Bldg. Phone 827638-39 World War II Veteran Citizens of Dade County: "Do You Want Adequate. Modern Hospital Facilities NOW? Elect ROLAND R. SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE Paid Political Adv, Complete md bependafo 3U/e Sewice M IAMI TITLf OJystMCtCa ESCROWS m or Tin* nma %  ** *BTRACTS TELE W&WK* Title Insurance Policies of if a „„, ritv Title Insurance to. Ka S!rf. iZr $2.000M0M Vote For MARK RICHARDSON for CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 PRIMARIES MAY 4th and 25th %  Qualified by Experience — 35 Years in Dadc County" EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS Pd. for by Friends <"'f Mark Richardson i/i \ Conclave In IpaiiM'svillc University of Florida chapter of the Inter-collegiate Zionist Federation of America will play hosts to the Southern region convention of IZFA this weekend in Gainesville. Among the guests expected arcHerman Popkin, regional youth director of the Southern Zionist youth commission, and Yola Lee. aational president of IZFA. Lee :s to address the gathering at a banquet tomorrow night climaxing the convention. According to reports of the regional office, the whole weekend s to be carried out with a cul.ural and social theme, including Palestinian songs and dances. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Till ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA, IN AM) FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 112850-C. IYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC.. a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. MYRTLE B. ALLARD, Defendant Notice is hereby Kiven that the indersbrned, aa Special Master, under md by virtue of the Final Decree ,i Foreclosure heretofore entered in that certain ,-au.se pending in the "ircult Court of the Eleventh Judicial Jlrcult of Florida, in and for Dadi 'ounty in Chancery, being Chancery ase No, 112860, In whli h Ayarea Small Loan Co., Inc., a corporation, plaintiff, and Myrtle 1!. Ailard i.s lefendant, I. as special Mnater In 'hnncery appointed by the Court In raid decree, under ami by vlrl i the terms thereof will offer foi sale mil s.li at public outer) to the Ibjhest and best l.iddci fo ho South front door of the Court .ic.us.of Dade County, In the Clt) • ; Miami, hlorlda, on the Si I da} of .May, A. l '. lvtx, between the hours .1 eleven o'clock A M lllll tttO oYlooli P.M., the s.une being a legal Rales lay ami the noura the legal hour* Df sab-, the following described property -iru.it.' in Dade County, Florida, Inwit; I Wicker barrel couch 4 t 'hah s to match 8 Hollywood beds, s.\ M j Chest of drawers to match 1 Ivory colored davenport I t .S, i hall to match I Ivory end tablo ; l: HI. t 1 Occasional chair i Ivory Checkering Piano I Piano bench ami chair 1 4-burner bottled gas stove 2 Enamel top tables j Servel gas refrigerator l Table, i chairs to match _' Hollywood beds I Chest of drawers to match l Single bed The said property aa aforesaid toielher with all the tenements, leredltaments and appurtenances hi reunto belonging, or In an) wise ippertainlng, being sold to satlsf) said Pate,I this l-th day of April, A.D. IMII H. FROST BAILEY, Special Master in Chancery. MARX M. FEINBERQ Solicitor for Plaintiff. i 16-83 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inundersigned, desiring to engage In under the fl< tftlous name of lock's Tackle Shop at 266 N'.i:. 79th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to reggter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida JACK ROSENBAUM LEE M Rl iSENBAUM, Pan l/lt-M-M .VT-il B & B KOSHER MARKET 804 S. W. 22ND AVENUE PHONE 4-7795 Passover Announcement We want all of our friends lo know that wo have a 4*onipl


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FRIDAY APRIL 16 W Political Roundup Norman R. Lyons. Democratic reach of hi> candidate for representative in < ei ,^ a rtment the legislature, group No I. from | Dade countv. stated at his head-1 ,' „ ,_,quarters. 528 Biscayne Blvd.. that kho W he advocated a change in the|bui!der si make-up of the milk commisbuilding Deer wh County C Arican Legion N.E :>: ?: A W rid Wai he has :-.d build:: nesses ei I sion. •'It hardly seems possible that a state legislature would enact regulatory legislation creating a commission vitally effecting the public, then leave the public almost voiceless on the ci n sion. Yet this is exactly wh.it happened. Out of the group of individuals serving on the milk commission, wh.'se principal is to see that the pr:^ :' milk to the public is right, as v. to police the industry in aK ways, one represents the consumer. Thi represi nl and d:>tnbu: L% ins vamping the i n I _.'.i iht public more re] ..-. -"ed thai nol thi e< memb. th %  It %  ft H Id E SI te l sident o! I Stal • Da le C and I'. : ] 'ounl I %  Colu : voters f Dad ( ml; part; vited 1 %  : %  ... '. ;: • t 51 fl I J. "Man ididate I Earl F ffin. 1035 S W lis,Sl in the lobby of the C : • told M B< is Hotel | I s limited 1 • 400. Then e no I ise-cl t thi : %  tarn] .. %  t o H for State of Pub[nstrucl thai • -. •.. ... s receivployment led • %  • • %  • I sectioi : Fl %  • %  ; ;, n F Schools %  :. • • :.. • r*. Had Enough of County Zoning and Garbage Fiascos?" Ask the Farmer! He Says: Elect s ** ^^3^ ROLAND R. SWEET %  : YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE Vl\ For Better Service !o 'he Public In Greater Miami... tics and ftl ,ence and ., ;ra,n Durins the wrai years Dolle) workers Fl .:. H. t one S : : f the i %  I'nh 8 vears. 1 %  Hotel. 28 WCst Flag•Epperson Clubs for invite all of Epperson's friends to come to h.j on Thursdav ,v Pn i n T> -> clock for K.t-t,,^"^ DANCECRAFTERS of MIAMI Vuunt "COPPELIA" BALLET IN 3 ACTS—CAST OF 30 DIVERTISSEMENTS Choregraphy by Bernard Ottfeld Directed by HiltfMiM APRIL 19TH 8:15 P M MIAMI EDISON AUDITORIUM Sponsored by Miami Ediion Cadet Coui Tickets On Sale—S1.00-S1.50 Plus Burdire'i '0 A. M. %  P. M.—Miami Edison M, ah c_ h Hildegarde Studio—Miami Beach—2 to 6 P M le A. Ei ndidal : -: %  %  CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN.' Reasonable B • Your Car for Longer, De: Service MACK'S GARAGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9906 HARRY GORDON of the .OIUM>\ I I M II \l HOME Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support of Joseph L. PLUMMER Candidate for BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — DISTRICT NO. 4 "I think that he it eminently qualified for this position and will give Dade County a far superior administration thin heretofore. THE VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE Td. Political Adv. trie of MILK in a HOME • Up-to-the-minute in its equip, merit, beautifully furnished and decorated throughout, our new MIAMI branch signaliies our policy of providing funeral services of the finest character. 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE immiiri MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone: 5-3355 — 5-7777 EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Funeral Director ABE EISENBERO, Treasurer IN NEW YORK: 76r STREET AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE Every single drop of daily fresh, whole, Grade A, or Vitamin D Homogenized Home Milk is a protective body-builder a r j c h source of protein, calcium and vitamms. When you buy Home Milk you pay only for food... there are no trimmings" to be thrown away And ounce for ounce, gallon for gallon, 'ts the most economical food you can buy at any price. Every quart of Home Milk...produced on our own Dade and B r o v..r d county farms -pasteurized, bottled and cooled in our own modern dairy plant, under rigid laboratory control... carries ourTledge of Purity-supported by every member of our organization. So, start with Home Milk today • • you can fasfe the difference! It's daily fresh... at your favorite grocer s, or phone 2-7696 and the Home Milk Man will have your daily fresh Home Milk on your doorstep in the morning. MIAMI %  O O O C I M AISOCIITION Doiry Plan, and Sales OH.cc, NortU.-,, 7h A., il '.'til, Sfi



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%  M APRIL 16. 1948 vJewist nvricfiatjn PAGE FIFTEEN Passover Advisory By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth |holiday of Passover begins evening, April 23, and aturday night, May 1st. hise of all manner of leaven |etz) and of all foods conleaven or prepared in used for leaven is forthroughout Passover. [ritual removal of leaven, Iss Chametz, takes place jay evening, April 22nd, at ie. The sale of all manner |ven remaining within a possession on Passover, r. Chametz, must take hot later than 10:30 a.m. \,— preferably before that Chametz may be eaten una.m. Friday, but Matzah to be eaten on that day the Seder. |y products will be availunder the supervision of | Moses Mescheloff from the )-Sun Dairies, the Florida the Southern Dairies and innybrook Creamery. The %  cunt bakery on Miami and the Keil Bakery in ,s:ll be closed throughout lassover. No locally made ] are under supervision for rer. nosh fruits and most kbl"s.—excepting legumes js beans, peas, string beans, be used, la d products should bear idorsement of an Orthodox The words "Kosher for rer" are not adequate. LEGAL KOTICE FlCE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW llCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (d' rslgned, desiring to engage In tmder the fictltloue name of Shoe Store at 2118 Coral Way. :1a.. Intends to register said f.ih the Clark of the Circuit of Dade County, Florida. LEON PAY Sole Owner )N A. FRIEDMAN n for Applicant Id llldg. tn-i-u |T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HH %  HEREBY GIVEN that -<1, desiring to engage In 1 %  :• the fictitious name of (ToKuery at 1581 N. W. 36th Mliunl, Florida, Intends to i name with the Clerk of .it Court of Dade County, A EDGAR MILDER S"lo Owner. [ B V i :u Vv for Applicant S 21-30 CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that signed, desiring to engage In ler the fictitious name of paners and laundry at 98" 79th Street, Miami, Florida, to register said name with K of the Circuit Court of HI ty. Florida. ROSE KARP Bole Owner. %  i-lman and Kaplan for Applicant 23-30 )TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN that kdcrslgned, desiring to encage In p"under the fictitious name of • totel at 208 W. Flagler St.. I. !•'!..rlda. Intend to register In ime with the Clerk of the ft Court of Dade County. Florin :it MAN SCHULMAN MAX GOODM.VN l> DIETZ 1 •> for Applicants IM Hldg. n 30 [NOTICE TO CREDITORS UK rcil'STY JUDGE'S COURT „•' ST) FOR DADE COUNTY, Jl:il'A. — IN PROBATE, No. SPATE OF VAN N. KENT. 'i as VAN NBSS KENT. Jnown as V. N. KENT. Ded. editor! and All Persons Hav'lainis or Demands Against : itate: ind each of you, are hereby %  and required to present any and demands which you. or M>U. may have against the VAN N. KENT, a/k/a VAN KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, deof Mahonlng County, o Ihe Hon. W. F. BLANTON. 1 'i.lge of Dade County, and lii--ame In his office In the >' Ci urthouse In Dade, County, w uhln eight calendar month* le of the first publication Said claims or demands te l; "legal address of the clalmi lo be sworn to and presented 'Miid, or same will be barred. 'Ion 120 of the 1833 Probate April 1st. A.D. 1948. GEORGINA KENT. Lxecutrlx of the Last Will and Mam en t of VAN N. KENT, IfK'a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a ri^a for Bx c,ltrtx Matzos marked "not for Passover use" may not be used. Wherever possible new utensils should be used on Passover. Enamel ware, agate ware, glassware and plastic ware cannot be made kosher for Passover if previously used with leaven. For information concerning any product, the method of "koshering utensils," or any other Passover problem call Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, director of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth— 5-6150 or 5-1328. The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth supervising twenty kosher butcher shops on Miami Beach for the past nine years, wishes you a happy Kosher Passover, and our people a speedy redemption. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the nctitlous name Of THE ASBURY HOTEL, AND APARTMENTS at 641 S. W. 4th Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Morris Frledberg and Rose Frledberg (his wife) Joseph Doahay and Sophie Doshay (his wife) 3/26 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Smltty's Garage at 22r. N. W. 1st Court, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A I, VOI.ANTE Sole Owner 4/16-23-30 6/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 117. ., Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida, 1941. will register with the Clark Of the Circuit Court, In and. for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, towlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL CO. under which I am engaged in business. I expect to engage In business at number 126 N. E. First Ave., Rm. 215 In the City of Miami, Florida. That the party Interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: CHARLES B. PAYNE. BURNETT ROTH Attorney, 412 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 4/9-16-23-30 5/7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 20727. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES RUBIN, 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 yon. or either of you. may have against the estate of CHARLES RUBIN, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to Ihe Hnn. 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 the 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 April 2. A. D. 194R. GEORGE RUBIN LOUIS RUBIN As Administrators of the Estate of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased. GEORGE J. TALIANOFE Attorney for Administrators 4/9-16-23-30 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FliORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 116182. ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ, Plaintiff, vs. ZENOD1A RODRHJUBZ. Defendant. TO: ZBNOBIA RODRIGUEZ 531 West 135th Street New York, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill Of Complaint filed In the above s vied cause on or before May 11th, 1948, "nowise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four successive weeks In Ihe Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published In Dade County FlorIda Dated this B ^ T *feg; Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal^ ft aRK| v Dcputv Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ( Mil UJT : 'FLORIDA. IN AND Ml DAW. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Mo. SALVATORE ZARBO, Plaintiff, vs. ELAINE ZARRO. Defendant To ELAINE ZARBO. 1325; St. Johns Place. Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED* file your appearance in the AbofJ styled cause for divorce on o. before the 10th day of May, : „ .,.. Dated ^VVL^HURMAN^ Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) !" —_-mma Bv WM W STOCK-U\


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PAGE SIXTEEN rjenist fkrid&r Julius Samuels Is New Director Of T Activities Appointment of Julius Samuels of New York City to succeed Dan Rosenthal as activities director of the Miami YM & WHA was announced this week by President Leon Kaplan following a special meeting : "Y" executive committee. R senthai has accepted the position of RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY c t S : : : %  S Samuels is a t f New Y k I %  ... N York £ %  H U Nv. S'eigh ne 1. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob. 301311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses MescheloM; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Adult .-. • %  %  %  Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. F • %  -Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation. 1101 5.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. i %  Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldnng. I '.Vr %  LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabb Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. : % %  ; %  %  '. % %  I Mri I %  %  ... m i,, i %  Pepper Elected Pe| per waa recently | ;urer of Miami Jew.; congregation to sueI^U^^A^ ceed Hyland Ry fa who ^ his resignation J. Q^^ elected to th ,„, rdofdirec J REF ORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. %  %  CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. .. :• %  • %  %  e at i %  I %  it eve i R I to the I ;.-. ., Dana \ • ;.••-.:. Ji %  Son i %  I. • the £ % %  Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. at S p.m B'rltl i. ibbl Al%  Reception fol•n. Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. %  n %  NORMAH R. LY0MS Advocates v." rkmei %  lunng tern I ELECT MORMAN II. LYQX§ STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group No. 1 Miami Orthodox Students Hold Annual Celebration : : : Id ir %  ..riuus ".. in the %  World War II Veteran 'Why Squander Taxes For The Glorification of Public Servants?" Elect ROLAND R. SWEET YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE ELECT 1 l \\ ill LM ED MASON JUSTICE OF PEACE tricl One EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED VETERAN a'. Adv. VOTE FOR T. I. ADKINS For CONSTABLE DISTRICT No. 1 Expr'ence Eff'-ienry %  Courtesy and Honesty Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated 1" Yecrr<= Douty Sheriff 3 Years Juve-.ile Officer Subject to Democratic Primary. May 4th Paid Political Adv. :LAIRE WEINTRAUE \ Is Supporting < W. A. (Bill) SHANDS ) for GOVERNOR I inn Grant STOCKDALE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 4 "Let's Get Some Action" Pal u HOMEMAKERS ATTENTION WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF We Grind Your Fish Free WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF STRICTLY FRESH NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE—WHITE FISH— BUFFALO AND CARP LAKE TROUT. SMELTS WHEN IN SEASON ALSO ALL SOUTHERN FISH YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT AND SEE THIS NEW SANITARY MARKET 147 N. W. 5th ST. MIAMI. FLA. PH. 82-4202 Elect E.W. "ED" DEERIN6 YOUR SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4 A successful business man for a sound busin administration poiiUoal i



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FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948 +Jew 1st fhrSdlat) PAGE SEVENTEEN An Octogenarian's Debut Into English Literature By DR. M. A. LIPKIND "My Four Homes," by Pincus Puchkoff, is an interesting book of sketches and memoirs. The author is well known for his works in Hebrew and Yiddish and his devotion to the Jewish National Fund. Pincus Puchkoff is a Hebrew scholar, a veteran Zionist and withal a dreamer of the Ghetto. His devotion and activity in Zionism dates back to the pre-Herzlian era, before the term Zionist was yet coined. He was one of the Lovers of Zion," the preCtirsers of Modern Zionism and the fi: :;t ardent followers of the immortal Herzl. Puchkoff emerged as a writer late in life. He states in all humility: "1 have never in my life dreamed of becoming a writer." But like the Greek here who as soon as he touched the soil, he regained his youth and strength, apparently this seem miracle happened to the author. The magic contact with the soil of the Holy Land rejuvenated and stimulated him to creative week. He says: "I became a writer at the age of sixty, all because of my seven months tour of Eretz Israel." He began to write and enriched our bilingual literature with two volumes in Yiddish and two volumes in Hebrew which were received well by the press and public. Now, at 79, physically incapacitated, the aged savant will not rest on his laurels. He comes forth with "My Four Homes" in English. ,§> The book is mostly autobiographical culled from his previous writings. It contains interesting chapters about his first homo, his birthplace, the small Ukrainian town, Tolni. A town, people and a way of life which is no more Down through the ages at the Passover celebration, there's never been a finer, more Kosher wine than HOROWITZMARGARETEN cld-fa&kicned KOSHER PASSOVER WINES ...just like home-made! Made exclusively by strict Sabbath observers, with every detail from pressing through bottling under scrupulous Rabbinical supervision. • And so delicious.' Full of rich flavor and fragrant bouquet! "OB} 1U>2 >BJ V HOROWITZ MARGARETEN N. Y. State Malaga, Concord Grape, Sweet Grape in 4/5 Quarts, Half-Gallons, Gallons, and Special Quart Table Decanters. All popularly priced all assured to give full Holiday enjoyment. "1U *7


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PAGE EIGHTEEN An lsi> f/aridfcw FRIDAY ^PRiLie. m OFF THE RECORD TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Belief is prevalent in some Washington circles that circumstances may yet compel another change in American policy on Palestine Responsible leaders in both Houses of Congress and in both major political parties are said to be unalterably and bitterly opposed to the idea of sending American troops to implement the proposed trusteeship plan Since it is apparent that the special session of the General Assembly will be disinclined to approve the American plan unless the U.S. pledges military aid. the Administration will lace a serious dilemma A largo number of small nations have already been sounded out by L'.S. sources regarding willingness I act as trustees either singlj i in njunction with one The uniform reply was: "Vis. if the U.S. ry aid if we get uble" ... If there is no ent on this basic p plan will to be abandoned unless one G t P wers assumes the ty France is in accept it .. If %  thi move • T in in thi La1 a'•. :. ml • • Russia But I ina and The U.S. will def%  trustees] B th the '. %  Mili%  I move by -. 1 I ] ... % %  i I %  :. life in Poland, and -The | by Dr. Leo Transjordan is made ti Chief Rabbi of Arab states would not dai out their threat oi w-,!,i they dd King A I ,p annex the Arab part of Palestine Sumner V and let the Jews esl .'. Need Not F independent state in the an 11 jghton designated by the U N. \, 0 n1 he could do, the argument goes. ; p.i. %  i .1 .v • attack on Ai i •"on the ground that the c mc< | behind the trusteeship plan not to abandon partition postpone it Oni inBil lical I : %  !>c< n formed Washington d: V : it fa Anmiliar with the behindCollins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareouiing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789. Pier 1, Bldq. 8, Municipal Docks LEO I:IM;\STEI\ • n^ Phone 5-7668 "'" J"T """"i. ** !" 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i!PAY, APRIL 16, 1948 -Jmlst) meridian PAGE NINETEEN Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates Ihe public must not take too the importance of the ofI nstable," according to \ Simpson, candidate from uj Beach. "It requires both ireement experience and for the job." Simpson pointed to his 14 of experience with law it with the police departs .n of the City of Miami ,ri'l 6 years as chief of p ( ,l,, ..his preparation for offiC A : ill of Miami Beach for ,),,. 20 years, Simpson is pggl commander of the eterans of Foreign Wars am l s elected commander of t l, e \! ii Beach post for ten .< %  years. He is past lit of both the Dade coun%  n of Chiefs of Police j and i Miami Beach Employees' % % %  Candi ; ite Simpson is a charter nd past treasurer of the M Beach Elks, and is a American Legion, Intern, ;i association of Chiefs of Pnli' Miami Beacn Kiwanis [club an Le board of directors of Mi Beach Youth Center, Inc. T. I Adkins has announced I th;il he .11 try again for conIstable I the first district for [which A is defeated by the [incumln i Constable W. M. HudIson fou ars ago. • .I Dade county since 11924. has lived in disI e that time with an [except: f two years. He was i under Sheriff D. C. In The Coming Primaries Coleman for nine vcars and served two years as assistant probation officer of the juvenile court. Before entering law enforcement Adkins was a real estate man and also in the dairy business. He resides at 465 N.E. 59th St. Your Complete Dpartmnl Stc.-cWith Quality Merchandise Waihinu'oa AT*, at 13th St. Miami Baach And tor your convenience Murn..'[other's New Apparel i Accessory Store 70 E aglar SU Miami MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY A$ A BEAR, 1IOFNERVE5/' *HE SAID. .IMniilW*] MIL NERVINE TO BED. & ar tln your family... SS tcn 8 nerve, make you v. N„: ,tle ,?' Wakaful, wvoua %  'digestion try Miles NERVINE I tttJZ'tlv rell ve nervoua tawion i "" reUeve nervoua Uwfn n r lfn >d.. Get Mile. IWtak { **•*£ direction. I "^ Iaa, Elkhart, Ind. • ^"NERVINE "Crime prevention is cheaper and better than any form of crime cure, and will be emphasized when I am sheriff," Candidate I Ray Mills stated this week. "As sheriff I will work with all civic groups that stand fo>law enforcement," he said. Mills pointed out that such groups as the Juvenile Crime Prevention Bureau deserve the support of every police official and department. "In my twenty-two years of law enforcement I have seen too many cases of bewildered unfortunate children in the toils of law. In most of these cases the young law breakers were more misguided and untrained rather than criminal." Mills declared. "Proper cooperation between a Juvenile Prevention Bureau and an efficient sheriff's office would have saved most of them." "Few people realize that the salt water fishing industry means an estimated 130 million dollars annually to the people of the state of Florida," Ring said. "The commercial fishing industry brings in about 30 million dollars. while it is estimated that sport fishing produces another 100 million dollars in income." The candidate also pledged his efforts to establish a state medical and dental school in Dade county. Ring stated that it has become extremely difficult for a resident of Florida to gain admittance to schools in other states because at present they are crowded to capacity. Attorney General J. Tom Watson vigorously blasted communism, labor czars, the sales tax and Dade's gangster menace in a series of speeches here this week. The governor candidate made a whirlwind tour of the area Wednesday and Thursday. John R. Ring, candidate for state representative in group 1, recently issued a statement urging that the state conservation commission be given the power to protect the salt water fishing industry. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Baach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools, ansD ira Telephone 5-1017 In delivering a withering fire against communism, Watson told South Florida voters that the "closed shop provides communists with an infiltration medium through which to take over labor's ranks and eventually the government of the United States as we have seen it done in countries of Europe." GO SMARTLY BUS BY MIAMI TRANSIT CO. ESTABLISHED 1925 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large OP TOO Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 -O RE-ELECT HUGH PETERS to the COUNTY COMMISSION 14 Years of Able Public Service to the People of Dade County as your Commissioner "STAHTD PAT WITH PAT!" 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 raid Political Adv. by Friends of Hl'GH PETERS l Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 S//iof7uid You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your home. They will enhance its beauty. 545 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 Phone Today For Prices ROBERT R. TAYLOR COUNTY SOLICITOR FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR BATTLE AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME! "The way to stop crime is to convict criminals!" His official record in all cases brought to trial is 92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S. That's Why THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT! j Support the Dade County Crime Commission Tald ad by Taylor for Solicitor Club <$ %  Estimate* Cheerfully Giuen DRINK PLENTY OF Cferipure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUK HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 85c 75c P'us BoMIl Deposit FHONE 2-4128 — O Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc, IK Til Kill MEW PLANT AT 2180 N. W. 13th Avenue. Miami will have KOSHER DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER and all year round &f Their sweet and sour cream, cream cheese, farmer cheese, pot cheese, cottage cheese and sweet butter are under the supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF AND RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY You May Place Your Order For Sunny ilrook Products Xoic PHONE 9-0601 .•y



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PAGE TWENTY Mrs. Malek Hostess To Sisterhood Group Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes met at the home of the president. Mrs. Joseph Malek. last week. A social hour followed. Mrs. Sam Geltner rendered the prayers and Mrs. S. Stone dei a membership report. Policies were formulated as to the membership campaign of the group. Kalers Entertain For Betrothed Couple Mr. and Mrs. M I l \ K..^ : gave a party in h.mor of th niece Miss Dolly Pont and her fiance, Dave H irn, prii r t<> their recent i The affair was held last •< ek in th Ros banquet room. OutI the event included Mrs. H. Glickser. Mr. and Mrs Ha ry H irn and M Jeannette Kuplin, relatives I the f St. Lou Shown above are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfied of 2315 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, who recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. A party was given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenfield. For a FREE copy list the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry mark und< r Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Kashruth inrormai j Wril tin tor, Rabbi M. Meschejoff 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA \ fgfilSmi Wether's GEFILTE FISH 6 tie PORTIONS READY TO SERVE HOT OR COLO The a> >ou remember ii! Traditionally tasteful, kitchen-made of choice ingredients artfully blended from an Old World recrpe. Mother'! clear br.'th cumes to delicMus iell after a few hours in the refrigerator. Get >our jars today i'j inexpensi\t! Ctruinly it's Kosher and Pare\e. At >our grocer's now OM TMl IROHESS KITCHINJ Of MOTHER'S FOOD PRODUCTS, INC NEWARK, N. I. HOTEL PRESIDENT MADISON ON THE OCEAN AT 38th ST., MIAMI BEACH !s iJtK.n SERVICES e ceh April 93rd and 24th, 7:00 I\ M. s. %  Rabbi David Raab •' ': I. Fi ••• L %  CORINNE GOODMAN, MEZZO SOPRANO For Reservat PHONE NORMAN. MAITRE D'HOTE. 5-0741 AIR-CONDITIONED DINING ROOM Hint fotk „ \ Con manders teed m t • 1! i 1 I %  %  •; botn %  %  : I • • %  vn ,'" %  : • tlj a M :. M X if his NBC '. pot A %  %  loni last was .... n 't : I with • ind his ng the vvi ekly payrently dicnsidi ration. Marx's ABC comedyI • Id I pacts sfl well the tab but in fall. been a bankroller since ProD G lenpaul, so k is on tion Pli : '0.000 %  • %  .:. thl ip • %  • platti • : -. %  H %  | : persoi i mo' entifj Hoi thi '.:• x genFRIDAY, APRIL is ^7 n 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 axe observed. Telephone 5-4691 Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER (U &f &f &f &f •>


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)A Y, APRIL 16, 1948 +-ki*Hicriciiag7 a •Hcchsher" from an auL t i c ,,rthodox Rabbi before it v be used for Passover. The ^ e n-chsher" shall be a part t l„. ,,• ginal package. In other es call for information refrdim: the Kashruth of the packL lir product f 2 is is forbidden to eat fresh dry legumes "Kitnios" such strinfi-beans, green-peas, lima fcans e tc. during Passover Week. h (jse the MatzG labeled "For E „ ver Use Only." Be very Vrefu. since there are matzos of Lii-lcnown brands which are L chenetz use only. [4 For those who eat whole Ihcat Matzo during Passover eck, it is important for them to now that for the Seder cereL ny 1 [ >r the three Matzos of fce ""K' ( dish for tne nead the table); for the "Korach" he sandwich) and the Afikom) they must use plain Matzo. 15 For bitter herbs, the best grbs ti be used is "LETTUCE." brse-radish may also be used, hit lettui e is preferable. [6. For sweet herbs or "Karas." you may use the following: Cery, p tatoes, parsley, radishes. Milbearing the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad gakashri;! 1 may be obtained Com tin Home Milk and the Bordens Milk Co. Dairy Products Passover Information By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Rakashruth L AH Passover products must may be obtained from the Sunnv Brook Dairy. Everything is prepared in accordance with the Jewish Law. 8. Tea and coffee sold by Flamingo Coffee Co. which bears the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is Kosher for Passover. 9. Cake for Passover must have an endorsement of an authentic orthodox Rabbi. Statements, labels or signs "Kosher 1'Pesach," or "For Yom Tov," or "Passover Cake" does not mean that it is Kosher. This also applies to wine, slivovitz and candies too. 10. The latest time for eating Chometz this year is Friday, April 23rd 9:16 a.m. The latest time to dispose of the Chometz is 10:30 a.m. 11. Mechiras Chometz (selling of the Chometz) may take place until Friday, April 23rd at 10:30 a.m. but do not leave it to the last moment. Attend to it early. 12. Friday, April 23rd — the WHOLE DAY—it is prohibited to eat Matzo until the "Seder Ceremony." From 9:30 a.m. to 3:26 p.m. you may eat Matzopudding, Matzo Kneidlach, potato pudding, boiled potatoes, etc. and fruits. After 3:26 p.m. until the Seder Ceremony, only fruits may be eaten, if necessary. 13. All first born, must fast the day preceding Passover, Friday, April 23rd unless they take part in a S'udas Mitzvah such as a Syum. A Syum will take place at the various synagogues at Friday morning services. 14. Further information appertaining to Passover Kashruth or Kashruth in general may be obtained by calling 2-7439 or 5-8152. VOTE FOR IOHX H. YATES IA Miami Man for Circuit Judge Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit, Dade County. Fla. 1 nd ..f JOHN H. YATKS March of Dimes V9etm $123,000 March of Dimes campaign in Miami officially ended Saturday with approximately $123,000 raised in Dade county to fiuht against infantile paralysis. A. J. Cleary, head of the Miami chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, stated at the close that more contributions were still expected. Half of the amount donated is to go to the national foundation to subsidize research. The remainder will be kept here for treatment of patients in this area. Amazing Maurice Benefits Charities Morris Cohen, a talented exhibitionist, often compared with the famous "Dunninger," is offering his services free of charge to all organizations in Miami and Miami Beach when proceeds are directed to charity. Groups interested in having his entertainment for an affair are advised to contact his manager, Dick Parter at Station WMBM. Known as "The Amaxing Maurice," Cohen is in Miami for a limited time. He recently came here from the East where he was acclaimed for his performances of thought perception and amusing demonstrations of magic. RE-ELECT GLENN C. MINCER Your State Attorney Mincer hat obtained conviction* in 35 capital cases. He has never lost any important case, nor has he ever had a conviction upset by the Supreme Court. Pd. Pol. Adv. Vote for A. W. (Bert) SIMPSON lor 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 CDavis 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) Pjd political Adv. RE-ELECT JIMMY SULLIVAN -.'...J Keep This Good Worker On Your County Commission I. D. Mac Vicar • Veteran of both world wars • Successful businessman • Dade County resident for 29 years KEEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade County's drinking water countywide slum clearance ... supervised playgrounds ... county aviation progress ... more hospital facilities. =-„ %  BACK MAC! Paid Political Adv. YOUR SHERIFF; I I MY RECORD IS OPEN* TO THE PUBLIC ANDt I'M RUNNING ON IT" f % % Paid Political Adv.J 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 Tavernier Former Assistant State Attorney Paid Political Adv. 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 %  i "HOME MILK Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH as Kosher for Passover The following congregations are affiliated members of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.—Rabbi Murray Grauer Beth David—Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center—Rabbi Irving Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi Leon R. Kronish Beth Tfilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. takes personal care of the order of Kashruth TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION N. W. 7th Ave. at 24th St F



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veit school at Hyde Park is boBeach American i ing completed by a committee (I £ Hoffman j curriculum experts selected and tiecis I*, t.. | directed by Dr. Greenberg perpost the Amei sonally. ican Leg -Our Aim" acci rding to t h( school announcement. '\~..u he to aid in developing heall ) I st happv human beingi worthv .)f S %  our Jewish heritage and ai Victor P. Silv. „f our Democrat %  %  i Jewish Resident School Acquired At Hyde Park Jewish boys and girls from all over the world will find a newhaven when they attend the new Roosevelt School at Hyde Park. preciativc New York for which the Board i(Jeals md fMJ v v l)f %  >f Regents of the State of NewU p _n York has just granted a charter! The RlH M Vl g s PS at the last meeting of the Regents t ]bl shod offices ... l775 .; a d. held in Albany. way New y ork for .. CO nvei The well known Rogers Estate encf „f parents who are interat Hyde Park immediately ad,, sU .d in learning about tl ent to the home where Frankschool. tin D. Roosevelt was born and) where the national library and # shrine arc being maintained by David Student Seder :he United States Government _. has been acquired by a group of York Jews headed by at Beth D Daniel Trotzky of the nationally :n ;lu T kn A-n Jewish family. Seder services : Dr. Jacob Greenberg I participal superintendent in charge of perp.... v I er. Ed D '• %  Kett el. G I ulum and t< .: bv thi Sisti Mrs the p schools York H : internationally kn trn educal I Educi i :: Dr. 1 I Ed Fred • insel I New I tion and Dr. 1 ~ '•'. %  N • York the E : : %  • Ided forl i to the rit issui t then : A II Ji %  %  : I : : • %  : Large room for woman or couple in private home—S. W. Section Kitchen Privileges PHONE 82-4449 Wright HmH l']<|iii|iii< k nt To. INCORPORATED '3< N.E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3 -1-41 We Can Equip V .. Kit Ranges — l: Steam Tables %  %  • COM PLANNING A: J. B. ELLENBURG CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1 I Pledge My W iuppon To The Taxpayers And V iters Of Da:!e CounMore And B< tti Garl ige CollecI n Ri : ing T To Ci in Ion Park To 25c; Full Sup;rt In Flood Control. "A Friend And Neighbor" •. Bj A'lv. ORANGES A* Grow and ship from our tnd an River :, -s The sweetest Dest Flivo r ed fruit you can buy. Thee is a big difference. '; busneis shipped 11.75, vVili deliver 1' 25. CALL MARTIN 7-7443 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 • Elect JOHN II. YATES as Your Miami Judge Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade County. Fla. IDHX H VATliS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 ELECT Franklin Parson COUNTY SOLICITOR Criminal Court of Record %  ry for the past :" M L. Vttorney for Service two Miami anu Pitt urgh. A'lv. "Its Tim e To Change For Better Law Enforcement" / r TRULY NOLEN, President ""'W ECONOMY EXTERMINATORsS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave, Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS GLASS Furniture Topi. Beveled Mirrors and Rerilverinq Our So* l.&(.. Class and Mirror Work. 4 is.W. fithSL PHONE 3JJJ "wn GEVBER 136 S.W. 8th St. MORRIS ORLIN ELECT MAX M. SINGER your Delegate to the Democratic National Convention Fourth Congressional District Subject to May 4th Pri ary Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER If elected I will go to the convention unin. structed, but announce at this time :hat I can pledged to Senator Claude Pepper if nominated as President or Vice President, in recognition oi an outstanding humanitarian and a great American. PIWIKO Pall Lever 17 F Paid I • M. This man is earning ON HIS CHASE FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT Your idle money will earn 2* at Chase Federal while you enjoy the tun Chase Federal payi 2% per annum current dividends on insured saving* accounts. Accounts opened on or before the 10th of the month earn as oi the first of the month Chase Federal Savings Accounts are legal investments for trust funds, including funds held by guardians, administrators, and executors Whether your Savings Account is large or small, it will receive the most competent service in a friendly atmosphere. -I-III • • IN(I luise Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN MKXIKtl ovlt IIMSUX 1111 UNCOIN 10*0 ONf.HAlF (LOCK l*St Of alTO* MIAMI %  I A C I C I CMMINTS. e I 4, a |



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tIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948 I'll Say By HARRY SIMONHOFF lt Charleston Community VIRGINIA—I am informed at the fur is flying in Charlesg Ci my old town. The is a seism that has ,t in the ancient conB'rith Shalom. One /rmt halt during World War V, will close at midnight, April 18, with final official standings 'o be announced on April 25. MIAMI BEACH Setter Claaa Llatinga On Oceanfront Propertiea, Hotels, Homea or Inveatmenta B. E. BHONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Truetworthy Service" Are the dissenters truly rebels who long "for a ritual that would express their genuine spiritual yearnings? Or do they merely wish to sit with their spouses, who in tifrn envy or criticse the clothes worn by other women en Yom Kippur. Perhaps they want the service shortened to leave enough time for a card party? MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glait We Have II" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES — SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of parking in rear) 1304 N. E. 2nd AVE. Phone 9-3144 LISTEN TO PALESTINE REPORT EVERY THURSDAY AT 8:15 P.M. W.K.A.l. 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 • PAPfiBH \\(.l \. • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work W Are Licensed — Insured CALL 9-9604 Moro 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% rate oi JIVKITOJ (l-r annum I ASSETS OVII t i e • oo,oo o /DADE FEDERAL ^ JOSEPH M LIPTON P,..-,<£§=_ FORTY FIVE NORTHEAST Flf &f ,. 1 FIRST AVENUE


PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
vJmlrtntrldMati
ILV.n h School
Stages Carnival
Sports
Ha Id H
lion pitch
A gala carnival and fun-fest., K..,
first of its kind in six years, will
be staged on the grounds of the
South Beach Elementary school
at Lenox Ave. and 4th St., Mi-
ami Beach, Saturday.
Sponsored by the school's PTA.
the carnival jubilee will run
from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Hit
no admission charges. The proj-
ect will raise funds primarily f.>:
the school's care of its many
underprivileged.
Carnival chairman is Mrs
Louis Haffner, the PTA vice pres-
ident and chairman of
mothers. Assisting -Mrs. H
is a large group of PTA m<
in charge of the var
sideshows and novelty attrac-
tions. They include Mrs
i this wei : to I
bridge. M.i H( s a
ite of 1 Cohen
ly sign I with
nts.

S
.
lyn boy
the n
: ir 132 p

i in 47 :
New York City is that Schayes. raved abuir aZi^/^I
will do his future basketballing year and is anxious I'M
for the New York Knickerbock-' 6'7" N.Y.U. center v *l
erf. Coach Joe Lapchick has draft choice
uons. iiu.j ""* ;;;;.;;
Feldman, Mrs. M
mon M is
Door man tor the magi- M
t i.Tho a-- L irry a
eTMrsA
soda :
j
n and Mrs. Al ra-
S
..... s invil
W. M. COOK, leading rider
for the 1947-48 Florida season
and now top man among the
jockeys active at Tropical Park
where the session terminates
Saturday. April 17.
VOTE FOR
JOHX II. VATES
Overseas Veteran. World War II
Circuit Judge. Group 7
11th Judicial Circuit.
Dade County. Fla.
n .
,21-13. In
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n T l< ] '
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.
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all lot with the
If he should
:. with the
e the first
:: ; to join the
. il A A U
ns, The betting in
; i6, in a hotly con-
Schayes
his desire to cast
Your Vote Will b,
OKAy II You
RE-ELECT
KENNETH OKA
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
"A Record of Service. Honesty and
Accomplishment"
Paid for by Friend.- i f Kenneuj Okl

ilJ'__:_\;V ^
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
3111. FOSTER'S STORE
33 N. E. First Avenue
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE
THANK YOU!
Mr. and Mrs. Dade County ....
For the enthusiastic support you have given
me during my wonderful week in Dade
County. I'll be back to see you before elec-
tion day. May 4th.
AGAIN I SAY THANK YOU!
FULLER WARREN
YOUR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
Paid Pol
LET'S PROMOTE A MAN WHO'S BEEN
TRAINED
For the Job of
GOVERNOR
*- wi,.,.... ., ,,!,.,.,, .-.-1-a..,'
MB| |

mmm
Hear MARSH discuss
your problem in selecting
a Circuit Judge over
WIOD on following
dates:
April 12. 6:40 P.M.
April 21, 8:55 A.M.
April 29. 11:30 P.M.
May 1, 9:55 A.M.
May 3. 11:25 P.M.
JOHN P. MARSH
A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1)
who believes that justice should be adminis-
tered fairly and impartially regardless of
person, condition, race, or creed without ex-
horbitant cost to the litigants. One who is open-
ly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil.
Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Marsh
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Few men hove ever brought to tbe office
of Governor of our stole, the experience...and, first-hand
knowledge of our stale government that Colin English will
bring lo the slate copitol when he is elected Florida's next
Governor! He has proved his ability as a leader, a
jn and an executive. He is the one candidate who,
for the past eleven years, has been trained for the "job*
of Governor. He is the one man wJio can take over the
reins of Chief Executive of the State of Florida without any
loss of valuable timel
His experience and knowledge of state
governmental affairs have been gained through his eleven
continuous yeors of successful service as a member of the
Governor's Cabinet, ond.other important state boards and
commissions, during the administrations of three governors.
We Floridians, who are paying for thi*
advertisement, are privileged to express the strong
convittion of the thousands of other men and women of
our slate who believe that the best interests of ALL Florida,
will be served by voting for and electing ...
J
*********
COLIN ENGLISH
Has A Plan To...
Assure our cor!>miedpro|l1'
education
Avoidenyne-ts.esJnd.sopp^
to a general safes
medical. "(JfiSg
veterinary schsol$i"w,y
. Aid cilrus, livestock and rf
tarmers.
. Expand ou, *"
super .lxgh*a road am
.rj.in for veterans raaii
benefits.
.P^thema.^umalto.^1*
age assistance.
Provide adequate ""**l^Jo '
wdtoconserve natural r*
0
.:<
Appoint and itnpW -
coordinate P^Ag
sorts of entry. .
P.otKtand.P^"''M
leadership m i""""-
Paid, for by the Miami B*ach Friends
Coils'



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR vJmlrtntrldMati ILV.n h School Stages Carnival Sports Ha Id H lion pitch A gala carnival and fun-fest., K .., first of its kind in six years, will be staged on the grounds of the South Beach Elementary school at Lenox Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach, Saturday. Sponsored by the school's PTA. the carnival jubilee will run from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Hit no admission charges. The project will raise funds primarily f.>: the school's care of its many underprivileged. Carnival chairman is Mrs Louis Haffner, the PTA vice president and chairman of mothers. Assisting -Mrs. H is a large group of PTA m< in charge of the var sideshows and novelty attractions. They include Mrs %  i this wei : to I %  %  bridge. M.i H( s a ite of 1 Cohen ly sign I with nts. • S lyn boy the n : ir 132 p • i in 47 : New York City is that Schayes. raved abuir AZI^/^I will do his future basketballing year and is anxious I'M for the New York Knickerbock-' 6'7" N.Y.U. center v *l erf. Coach Joe Lapchick has draft choice %  uons. iiu.j "•"•* %  %  ;;;;.;•; Feldman, Mrs. M mon M is Door man tor the magi. M t i.Tho A-% %  •• L irry a e T Mrs A soda : j n and Mrs. Al raS • ..... s invil W. M. COOK, leading rider for the 1947-48 Florida season and now top man among the jockeys active at Tropical Park where the session terminates Saturday. April 17. VOTE FOR JOHX II. VATES Overseas Veteran. World War II Circuit Judge. Group 7 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade County. Fla. n ,21-13. In V r • %  • : ; n T l< ] %  '• %  %  %  I • • A11-S1 i all lot with the If he should :. with the e the first :: ; to join the il A A U ns, The betting in ; i6, in a hotly conSchayes his desire to cast Your Vote Will b, OKAy II You RE-ELECT KENNETH OKA JUSTICE OF THE PEACE "A Record of Service. Honesty and Accomplishment" Paid for by Friend.i f Kenneuj Okl ilJ' :_\;V ^ GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 3111. FOSTER'S STORE 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE THANK YOU! Mr. and Mrs. Dade County .... For the enthusiastic support you have given me during my wonderful week in Dade County. I'll be back to see you before election day. May 4th. AGAIN I SAY THANK YOU! FULLER WARREN YOUR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Paid Pol LET'S PROMOTE A MAN WHO'S BEEN TRAINED For the Job of GOVERNOR —•*—wi,.—,—.... .,„ ,, % %  %  .,.,, .-.-1-a..,' MB| | mmm Hear MARSH discuss your problem in selecting a Circuit Judge over WIOD on following dates: April 12. 6:40 P.M. April 21, 8:55 A.M. April 29. 11:30 P.M. May 1, 9:55 A.M. May 3. 11:25 P.M. JOHN P. MARSH A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1) who believes that justice should be administered fairly and impartially regardless of person, condition, race, or creed without exhorbitant cost to the litigants. One who is openly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil. Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Marsh |BMJH>ttBBBMBBBHMB|BBSBBHBBVBHUMIJttftBMIMM Few men hove ever brought to tbe office of Governor of our stole, the experience...and, first-hand knowledge of our stale government that Colin English will bring lo the slate copitol when he is elected Florida's next Governor! He has proved his ability as a leader, a jn and an executive. He is the one candidate who, for the past eleven years, has been trained for the "job* of Governor. He is the one man wJio can take over the reins of Chief Executive of the State of Florida without any loss of valuable timel His experience and knowledge of state governmental affairs have been gained through his eleven continuous yeors of successful service as a member of the Governor's Cabinet, ond.other important state boards and commissions, during the administrations of three governors. We Floridians, who are paying for thi* advertisement, are privileged to express the strong convittion of the thousands of other men and women of our slate who believe that the best interests of ALL Florida, will be served by voting for and electing ... J ********* COLIN ENGLISH Has A Plan To... • Assure our cor!>miedpro| l1 education • Avoidenyne-ts.esJnd.sopp^ to a general safes %  medical. % %  "( %  •JfiSg veterinary schsol$i" w,y Aid cilrus, livestock and rf tarmers. Expand ou, *"£ super .lxgh*a road am .rj.in for veterans raaii— benefits. .P^thema.^umalto.^ 1 age assistance. • Provide adequate ""**l^Jo wdtoconserve natural r* 0 .:< % %  • Appoint and itnpW -• • coordinate P^Ag sorts of entry. • P.otKtand.P^"'' M leadership m i""""Paid, for by the Miami B*ach Friends Coils'



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR rjenislinoridrian Beach School Stages Carnival A gala carnival and fun-fest, first of its kind in six years, will be staged on the grounds of the South Beach Elementary school at Lenox Ave. and 4th St., Miami Beach, Saturday. Sponsored by the school's PTA. the carnival jubilee will run from 12 noon to 5 p.m. There arc no admission charges. The project will raise funds primarily for the school's care of its many underprivileged. Carnival chairman is Mrs. Louis Haffner. the PTA vice president and chairman of room mothers. Assisting Mrs. Haffner is a large group of PTA members in charge of the various circus sideshows and novelty attractions. They include Mrs. Harry Feldman, Mrs. Morris Guilds, Mrs. Harry Pato, Mrs. Jack Cherin, Mrs. Ben Teitel, Mrs. Simon Moscow. Door manager for the magician's tricks of "The Amazine Maurice" will be Mrs. Lewis Gerould, second grade teacher at the South Beach school. In charge of the traditional pink lemonade, soda pop and hot dog conci are Mrs. Joseph Banowitz. Mrs Albeit Edelman and Mrs. Abraham Shapiro. The public is invited. "VOTE FOR .LiOIIX II. VATKS I v Sports Harold Rosenberg, a c imbination pitcher and outfielder of the Kiwanis League in Brooklyn, reported this week to th Bi i kayn Dodgers tryout camp "• Cambridge, Md. Ho is a former teammate of Herb Cohen who recently signed with the Ni w York Giants. • • Stan Schaffer wound up his basketball carer, al Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in sensational fashion. S lvn boy from James Mi High school, who stand captain of the R.P.I, team during the recent season. He was good for 132 points in 16 gi > s, ni which the team won 9. tossed In 47 field B % %  fouls His av rage fr >m the field was tops for th( c ub ivil percent. He also made seventy-oni percent ol his The best mark on I Larry Sher of St. L u went to the final round ol the Boy's National Table Tennis Tournament condu lumbus, Ohio, this wei featcd by Morris Johnson for the championship 21-16, 21-12 and 21-13. In the women's di\ Miss Beba M mness of N .'• V rl icored a lv in the tourney wh n i hi d wned Miss Leah Thai, the 194*3 WornTable Ti %  Overseas Veteran. World War II Circuit Judge, Group 7 11th Judicial Circuit. Dade County. Fla. IM. for by friend of JOHN H 1 ATBS GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORK 33 N. E. First Avenue SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE THANK YOU! Mr. and Mrs. Dade County .... For the enthusiastic support you have given me during my wonderful week in Dade County. I'll be back to see you before election day. May 4th. AGAIN I SAY THANK YOU! FULLER WARRE_N_ YOUR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Paid Political Adv. Hear MARSH discuss your problem in selecting a Circuit Judge over WIOD on lollowing dates: April 12, 6:40 P.M. April 21, 8:55 A.M. April 29, 11:30 P.M. May 1, 9:55 A.M. May 3, 11:25 P.M. JOHN D. MARSH A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1) who believes that justice should be administered fairly and impartially regardless of person, condition, race, or creed without exhorbitant cost to the litigants. One who is openly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil. Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Marsh l flM mmiiiiiii L„uilDl|UIUUUUUBlBWMWMM*MWW' 111111111111111111111111111 MTW York City is that Schayes.raved about AdolphT^J* ^cirotHailmolyear and is anxious tA^* N.Y.U. center ?£< will do his future basketballing for the New York KnickcrbockCoach Joe Lapchick has draft choice. ers. W. M. COOK, leading rider for the 1947'48 Florida season and now top man among the jockeys active at Tropical Park where the session terminates Saturday. April 17. his future basketball lot with the Phillips 66 Oilers. If he should be offered a position with the Oilers he will become the first Jewish ball player to join the ranks of the perennial A.A.U. hoop champions. The betting in day night 57-56, in a hotly contested basketball game. Schayes has expressed his desire to cast Your Vote Will be OKAy If You RE-ELECT KENNETH OKI JUSTICE OF THE PEACE "A Record of Service, Honesty and Accomplishment" Paid for by Friend?, of Kenneth | .^*'y;->m^ i 'W iyes led tli, with elevi n p lints as the Denvei Nu ts defeat d the %  II .. :. : Satur... LET'S PROMOTE A MAN WHO'S BEEN TRAINED For the Job of GOVERNOR ..*-*• •—fc*^* Few men hove ever brought to the office of Governor of our stole, the experience...and, first-hand knowledge of our state government that Colin English will bring to the state capitol when he is elected Florida's next Governor! He has proved his ability as a leader, a state an and an executive. He is the one candidate who, for the past eleven years, has been trained for the "job" of Governor. He is the one man wJio can take over the reins of Chief Executive of the Stole of Florida without any loss of valuable timel His experience and knowledge of state governmental affairs have been gained through his eleven continuous years of successful service as a member of the Governor's Coblnet, ond.other important state boards and commissions, during the administrations of three governors. We Floridians, who are paying for this advertisement, ore privileged to express the strong conviction of the thousands of other men and women of our slate who believe that the best interests of ALL Florida, will be served by voting for and electing .. GOVERNOR listen to Coiin *"* NiondayNlgW at 8.00 'do* over the State ft*C Net*** At The May 4h Democratic PrimarJw Writ* Colin fngfiih Htadquarttrt, tol/ohoiitt, far a copy of nil JJ polotproarom for a gr.altr Florida. COLIN ENGUfl Has A Plan To.., • Assure our cortinued PI' ,i education. • Avoid NV M* les v*** 0 to t general safes tii. .Establish needed hospiU medical, no'S""l. tt veterinary schools*'*"* 1 "* • Aid citrus, livestock ind ** fanners. Expand our £***J8 super -h4ghwy toad P' • dain for veterans i"" 1 '" benefits. • Pay the maxmum allo" ,l e age assistance. • p,ov.de +g*22gt0 .ndtotonservenatun' .Appoint and etPPloM^ women in publ* oft* J Coordinate P/'"'$> saasg ports ot entry. # P ,ot.ct.nd.*P^ ,M leadership in •*• Paid, for by theMiami Beach Friends oi*"!


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April 16, 1948

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 16, 1948

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01054

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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fewiislti-IEILojpidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
kLUME 21NUMBER 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
lionist Actions Committee Plans Central Jewish Authority
-
lependent State
1. To Function
(ginning May 15
feL AVIV, (JTA)The con-
ling session of the Zionist Ac-
5 Committee voted unani-
lusly to establish immediately
Ir-itral Jewish authority which
l) begin functioning officially
15. The decision was tak-
it dawn after an all-night
I'
The "Declaration of Jewish In-
Ipi rdence" read by Zalman
\b. shov at the final session fol-
>n this, the third day of Nis-
the General Council of the
f, Zionist Organization, its
unit, announces to the
:ed peoples of the world, to
i prcsentatives of the United
li ns and to the Jews scattered
Jiout the world that it has
K'cided to set up an organ
.;>reme authority of our na-
|c ...i independence in Palestine.
li pursuance of this purpose,
lerlare that we refuse to re-
i a minority dependent on
sufferance of others. The
ndate is about to end. On May
I? His Majesty's Government will
lui render to the United Nations
the trust it received from the
-'ue of Nations twenty-seven
,go and which it has failed
Ifil. It departed from the
f of the mandate and re-
it with the selfish purpose
thering its Middle Eastern
Interests.
a result of this policy our
i es were refused entry in
[t hour of their direst need.
were interned instead and
I < mned to lead a life of dan-
It, humilitatjon and helpless-
I while the mandatory treated
with our sworn enemies, the
1 la and allies of the Nazis.
while refusing entry to Jews
rig desperately after a last
: they opened our frontiers
ltd hordes of invaders come to
:i mockery of the decision
United Nations. And now
Ithi mandatory is proposing to
y the very foundation of
t'Ui xistence and leave the coun-
' n utter chaos.
To prevent this we have re-
I this day that the termina-
' of the mandatory govern-
ment of the Palestine shall in
fact mark the end of all foreign
domination in this country. With
i mination of this mandatory
rule, a government of the Jewish
shall come into being.
"In this hour we turn to the
citizens of the Jewish state
lUT Arab neighbors. We offer
P and friendship. We desire
to build our state in common
the Arabs as equal citizens.
Our freedom is their freedom,
future and ours rest on
non endeavor. *
"Sure in the justice of our
( ise, we are ready to give our
to its achievemnet and we
n the Jews of all lands,
ally in Palestine, to close
their ranks for the carrying out
'' this, our sublime, task. As-
sured in our faith, we appeal to
our own salvation, and rest our
trust in God, the Lord of Israel."
The Actions Committee will
seek to obtain international
recognition of the central Jewish
authority from individual gov-
ernments.

SOS Drive To Begin Monday
Leaders of the SOS Clothes and Food Drive, which begins Mon-
day, have obtained the use of a store at 251 W. Flagler St., loaned
by Mrs. Belle Empol, and the Mayfair Bridge Club, 2 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, loaned by Al Roth, for its two central depots. Donors
are asked to bring clothes, shoes, layettes and canned foods to these
addresses during the hours of 10 a. m.to 4 p.m., Monday through
Friday, through May 21, with the exception of the first two days
and the last day of Passover.
The stores will be manned by volunteers from all organiza-
tions affiliated with the Dade County Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations and will be under the supervision of the SOS
chairmen of the various groups.
Mrs. Jack Falk, 58-3620, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Freda New-
man, 82-5789 or 9-2664, of Miami, co-chairmen of this drive to help
needy people in Europe, have urged donors to bring in their pack-
ages at an early date in the drive. Mrs. A. J. Tobin, member of the
advisory committee, will supervise the group of volunteers who
assist in the sorting and repackaging of the items to be sent overseas.
Ys To Sponsor
Appearance Of
IIr. Salo Baron
Members of the boards of both
the Miami and Miami Beach Y's
will meet jointly Sunday eve-
ning to hear Dr. Salo Baron, one
of the outstanding authorities of
Jewish communal life in America.
He will speak at the Miami Y,
450 S.W. 16th Ave. at 7 p.m.
Various Jewish synagogues as
well ai' the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the Bureau
of Jewish Education will be re-
presented at the gathering at
which Dr. Baron is to lead a
discussion on the Jewish Wel-
fare Board survey and its rela-
tion to the individual Jewish
centers and Ys. Buffet dinner will
precede the meeting.
Dr. Baron has held the chair
if Jewish History, Literature and
Institutions of the Miller founda-
tion of Columbia university since
1930. For many years he served
as visiting lecturer of history
at the Graduate school for Jew-
ish Social Work in New York
and has been visiting lecturer of
history at the Jewish Institute
,f Religion. He is a fellow of the
American Academy for Jewish
Research and in 1944 served as
Dr. Salo Baron
Rauschenbusch lecturer at the
Rochester Colgate Divinity
school. He also received an
honorary degree of Doctor of
Letters from the Hebrew Union
college in 1944.
Professor Baron has among his
many other activities that of
president of the Conference on
Jewish Relations; president of the
Academic committee for the He-
brew university; chairman, com-
mission on European Jewish Cul-
tural Reconstruction; chairman,
Commission on Survey of the
National Jewish Welfare Beard.
Arabs Refuse
Negotiation With
Jewish Agency
LAKE SUCCESS, N'. YJamal
Husseini, representative of the
Palestine Arab High Commit-
tee, this week notified the U.N.
Security Council that the Arabs
will not negotiate any truce with
the Jewish Agency because they
do not consider the Agency as
representative of the Palestine
Jews.
The Palestine Commission de-
cided to call the attention of the
Security Council to the critical
food situation developing in Pal-
estine. In a special report to the
Council, the Commission will
emphasize the situation likely to
arise in Palestine after May 15.
Partial agreement was reached
at an informal meeting of mem-
bers of the security council Wed-
nesday on the terms of a military
and political truce in Palestine to
be introduced yesterday (Thurs-
day).
One section would bar all per-
sons of military ageeither Arabs
or Jewsfrom entering the Holy
Land.
The main points include ap-
peals to the Arabs and Jews to:
End all military activities and
acts of violence, terrorism and
sabotage.
Halt importation of all wea-
pons and war materials.
To "refrain, pending further
consideration of the future gov-
ernment of Palestine by the gen-
eral assembly, from any political
activity which might prejudice
the rights, claims or positions of
either community."
Italy Evacuates
15,000 Refugees .
MILAN. (JTA)Evacuation of
15,000 Jewish refugees from DP
camps in northern Italy to camps
in the southern part of the coun-
try was ordered this week by
government authorities. The
order caused profound depression
among the displaced Jews who
have adjusted themselves to con-
ditions of life in the northern
camps where they have been
residing for many months.
The order follows the transfer
of 2,500 displaced Jews this week
from the largest Jewish DP camp.
Adriattico, near here, to a camp
near Bari. Vocational schools es-
tablished by ORT in the Adriatico
camp were closed Friday, as a
result of the liquidation order.
Representatives of the ORT left
for southern Italy to arrange for
the transfer to that area of 55
vocational training schools and
workshops maintained by the or-
ganization for the displaced Jews
in the north. More than 1.200
students have been attending
these schools regularly, it was
pointed out.
Cocktail Party Marks End Of Drive;
Campaign Falling Short Of Quota
Marking the official end of the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, which sponsored the drive, will act as host at a
cocktail party next Sunday afternoon at the Hotel Columbus
to more than 1,200 volunteers who took an active pnrt in tho
campa gn.
"Every man and woman in this
army of 1.200 volunteers has con-
tributed greatly to the success
of our campaign and is entitled
to the appreciation and gratitude
,f the Jewish community," said
Mr. Sher. "Next Sunday's party
will be my way of showing my
personal appreciation to them for
'.heir efforts."
Confronted with a goal of
$1,489,925, the solicitors have
thus far brought in pledges ^ ^^ levcmcu lllal B|wnsuu
totalling $1,200,000, a deficit of -mop.up" squads have been
for April 22, every effort will be
made to secure these gifts. It ap-
pears now that we will wind up
with a grand total of between
$1,250,000 and $1,300,000 when
we ring the curtain down on the
1948 drive. That will be nearly
S400.000 more than we raised in
1947 but some $200,000 short of
our goal. We can still reach our
goal if the workers with un-
covered cards in their possession
will cover these cards as en-
thusiastically as they did in the
early days of the campaign."
Mr. Klass revealed that special
$289,925, according to Morris
Klass, campaign director.
"There is still outstanding ovei
S100 000 from 1947 givers who
have not as yet contributed in
,948" Mr. Klass said. "Between
now and the official closing of
the campaign which has been set
named in the metropolitan, trades
and hotel units for the purpose
of contacting 1947 contributors
who have not yet made con-
tributions to the 1948 campaign
and contacting other prospects
who still have not given to the
drive.
AJC Women's
Delegates Report
On Convention
Local groups of the Florida
Women's division. American Jew-
ish Congress, will meet at the
Grossinger-Pancoast hotel, Miami
Beach, Monday to hear reports
from delegates to the national bi-
ennial convention in New York
City, March 29 to 31, and the
joint meeting of AJC, March 31
to April 5.
A demand for abandonment by
the United States government of
its trusteeship proposal for Pal-
estine to the United Nations,
recognition of the Jewish state
to be proclaimed on May 16, op-
position to the Wiley-Revercomb
Immigration bill because of its
"restrictive and discriminatory
intent" and fullest support for
an extensive campaign to pro-
tect the civil rights of all Amer-
icans, were among the resolu-
tions adopted by the American
Jewish Congress at the final ses-
sion of its biennial convention at
the Hotel New Yorker yesterday.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, veteran
Jewish leader was re-elected
president of the American Jewish
Congress, with Rabbi Irving Mil-
ler, of Woodmtre, Long Island,
re-elected as chairman of the
National Executive Committee.
Dr. Joachim Prinz, of Newark,
New Jersey, was chosen as chair-
man of the Natitonal Adminis-
trative Committee.
Reporting will be Mrs. Louis
Glasser, president of the Florida
Women's division, who was elect-
ed a national vice president and
presided at the second plenary
session; Mrs. A. A. Hayden and
Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman.
Haganah Forces
Occupy Ramleh
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Arab town of Ramleh, about 15
miles from Tel Aviv, was invad-
ed by strong Haganah forces,
while in Jerusalem, the all-Jew-
ish modern ".ehavia section of
the city was shelled for a short
time by Arab mortars.
Haganah's occupation of the
all-Arab town of Ramleh was
aimed at loosening Arab control
of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem road.
The Jewish units searched the
town for concentrations of arms
and explosives used in attacking
Jewish food convoys en route to
Jerusalem. The Jews were also
hunting foreign Arab bands who
have been active along the en-
tire length of the major highway.
After several hours the Haganah
withdrew from the town but oc-
cupied several small Arab vill-
ages in the neighborhood.
A Jewish plane was shot down
by British and Transjordan troops
and the pilot was reported killed.
The Jew was aiding Haganah
forces engaged in a battle with
the Arab soldiers near Kfar Et-
zion when the British arrived and
fired on the plane.
On the Jerusalem end of the
main road the Jews who were
earlier reported to have been
forced out of Castel, five miles
west of Jerusalem, have secured
their hold on the village and
have expanded their operational
permiter, occupying several vil-
lages and setting up road blocks
between Jerusalem and Hebron.
Guest speakers will be Mrs.
Fred C. Pollack, president of the
L-.s Angeles Women's division,
and another national vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. H. Littman. pres-
ident of the Newark division.
At last month's convention in
the New Yorker hotel, Judge
Justine Wise Polier, daughter of
Stephen Wise and the late Mrs.
Wise who founded the dvision,
was elected national president. It
is the first time in the history
of. the division that anyone but
Mrs. Wise has served in that
position.
Monday evening's meeting is
to begin at 8:30 p.m.


PAGE TWO
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Sholom Temple
Conduces Seder
Temple Beth Sholom will con-
duct its third Annu,,: v' ngrega-
tional Seder or. Friday even
Apr: 23. :n the Temple pat
at 6 p.m. Evening service! '
usher in the Festival of Freedom
will begin at S 30 in th< Temple. I
4144 Chate Ave. Miami B-,..
Res<: vati as :' i Uu Si d( i ill
be limited to 250
Rabbi Lc n Kr n sh .. i n-
S rstu
and th< i eading 1 I u Hagg
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and b} H; Fi i i T* n n-
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FRffiAY^Ap^
The Jewish Floridian offices
wil] be closed on Friday.
April 30th. conclusion of the
Passover holidays.
All news copy lor publica-
tion in that issue must be In
not later than Tuesday at 3
p.m. Advertising columns
will close Wednesday morn-
ing at 10.
--
In commemoration -: r-.ir.e members ct Temple Israel con-
gregation who save their lives in World War II. a dedication
ceremor.v was held at Friday night services last week, at which
time Mr.'and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelmaa presented a placque and
fountain in memory c: the deceased.
Rabbi Colmao A. Zwitmaa left conducted the memorial
serrices ar.d Col. Ralph H. Stephen delivered the mam address.
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fJenisti fhrlcUan
PAGE THREE
Kal Health
Endorsed By
lor Mberman
K Liberman, mayor of
each, this week endorsed
rnation issued by Flor-
(-s ^tfinor, Millard F. Cald-
fl&tning April 14th, as
I Health Day. He also
Bthe Mental Health So-
I Southeastern Florida, at
Bequest the proclamation
Hcd. on its year of pro-
"Thii
be
in
>ciety has done a fine
Iberman said, "in pub-
icts which prove the dis-
lack of facilities in Flor-
in Dade county for the
?atment and prevention
il illness." He added, "I
iicularly appalled at the
>ublished by the society
that our state is seven
beds short of the num-
lircd by minimum stand-
up by the federal gov-
for the care of mental
\\ standards call for a
>f five beds for mental
r one thousand popula-
residents of Miami
( members of this or-
< the mayor stated
'and 1 feel they are to
led for their part in
progress."
nt.11 Health Society of
i i:, Florida is holding
inual meeting on Mental
April 14th at 8 o'clock
rig, in the School
hiing Auditorium at
nil St., Miami. High-
\ening will be the
a twenty-three min-
film "The Feeling of
Council Re-elects
Mrs. S. C. Myers
Mis. Stanley C. Myers was
elected president of the Miami
section. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, for a second term, at
a meeting Wednesday in the Surf-
side hotel.
Serving with Mrs. Myers will
be Mrs. Aaron Farr, first vice
pres.; Mrs. Edward Cowen,
second vice pres.; Nathaniel Le-
vin, third vice pres.; Mrs. Ber-
nard Fuller, corres. sec; Mrs.
David Catsman, rec. sec; Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, treas.; Mrs. Sam H.
Taran, fin. sec; and Mrs. Joseph
Fenias, auditor.
Annual reports of chairmen
were read at the meeting.
Announcement was made that
the newly elected officers would
be installed at a luncheon May 5.
Members contemplating attend-
ance at the installation affair are
advised to make reservations
through the chairman, Mrs.
Robert Schwartz, 6-2068, or Mrs.
Julius Musson, 5-1816.
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Flagler-Granada Group
To Elect Officers
Election of officers will take
place Tuesday evening at the reg-
ular meeting of Flagler-Granada
group, a newly formed neighbor-
hood organization aimed at es-
tablishing a local Jewish Center.
They will meet in the Coral
Gables Women's club, E. Ponce
de Leon Blvd. and Santillane
Ave. at 8 p.m.
A card party and refreshments
i will follow the business session.
Mrs. James Segal, social chair-
man, is in charge of arrange-
ments.
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Group 7, llih Judicial Circuit,
Dade County. Fla.
Pd. fur by friend of JOHN H. yatbb
Hebrew School Seder
Rabbi Simon April will con-
duct a model seder for the He-
brew and Sunday school students
of Miami Hebrew School and
Junior congregation at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday morning. Parents and
friends are invited to attend.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Poinciana Arrival
Recent Poinciana hotel arrivals
include: Mrs. Nettie Pagano, Miss
Ann DeLuca, Bayonne, N. J.; Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Linker, Philadel-
phia; Ralph Kopelovo, Dayton,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aeillo, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. George Heed,
Weehawken. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs.
B. Platnick. Brooklyn; S. Man-
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The true beauty and tradition of
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FRIDAY.
APIH,
EDITORIAL
April I* Freedom Month
April and Freedom have a lonq and histori
association in the history ot the Jewish people
and in the annals of the American nation
This year, on the eve oi the creation oi the
first Jewish commonwealth s:nce Titus crushed
the last remnants of resistance in Judea in 7(
C.E., the juxtaposition of April and Freedom is
more pointed more heavily underscored than
perhaps eve: before. It is giver, added empr.as.i
by the imminence of Passover which for more
than 3.00C years has spelled Freedom and lil
tion to Jews.
It is particularly fitting, therefore, that the
United Jewish Appeal has designated April 1948
as r:eei;- Month a -::r::h during wh:^h Arr.er-
icon Jews will be called upon to make Free 1
z meaningful word to oui brethren throughout
the world to the Jews in the DF Camps lc
b in the ruins oi Europe to the Jews im-
prisoned on Cyprus tc the Jews building i
lives a-, oui own country ar.i to the Jews battling
foi nationhood in Palestine.
The rev.- state in Palestine which is expected
tc rorne Lntc existence nexl month must be m
Jy tc absorb tens oi thousands ol imm
and : must he ready to ierer.d itseli and them
against the murderous assaults oi '-he s
evastation tc :he Jews ol
Europe. It was anothi >vei Bve years
- -ha: t] roic Jews oi Warsaw defied the
a:.ah: ;: the German Wehrmacht The Yishuv has
i; will fight with at lees: equal
but ass:;- from us is urgently re-
foi as as Americans tc note
how Apt '.is ven in :ae :abr.c of our own
ry. The rd luring whi ch was
the s ...a the world was
'.;.:.! If :he sarr:e i.f.e incidentally
Shettc Battle. The Ccr.aress of
a States wes first convened on April 6.
. oe April is also of
United Nations was born
arc
racial 525C DOC OOC V:. I
Campaign on which de-
1s the ei five ess oi the program oi the
ttee the United Pales
Apj> ted Servi for 1 eri-
' I :: Ami rica residing .:.
[cross the country now en-
PAINFUL INJURY
intary fund-raising drive
: a:.-.- recple or nation.
The freedom I ws throughout the world
the UJA Campaign.
this a.storic month of
curselves to the salva-
ger, oi cur recple.
|e '. s delivered out of bond-
cze in -gyp: a.=ccvered when they arrived on
S* thai many trials still
.
and God gave them bread.
i and God made the bitter water
in '.he wilderness forty
yea:; entered the Promised Land.
-1 Jews who survived the Nazi
sve discovered that liberation is
lews of ancient Egypt, most
c: th( :. -he wilderness of doubt
and ::---; nil area from the Promised Land.
T..: aftei the end of the war, 250.000
' lifing for deliverance from
the swamp of indecision and inac
years after the end of the war, abas*''
Jews in Europe find the elves in -
poverty; three years after the nd of ik01**
700,000 Jews of Palestine are engaqS'^1
and death struggle for their existence a,8''
and as a nation.
The United Jewish Appeal is the an
American Jewry to the u:'..--cedented^ll
European Jewry and to the requirememTjl
nascent Jewish state. To : "' these ni*
UJA has undertaken a cam^-.an unpoJJi
the history of voluntary welfare doerr-lTl
United States. ^J|
The United Jewish Apoeal sewm.,
000,000 in its 1948 'Year oi Destiny"^
to provide food and clothinrr, shelter and t
care, to those who have lost everythinq _.
the war years; to renew old skills andtejj]
ones to the displaced Jews in prepardbJ
normal productive lives; to assist in the
struction of Jewish life in Eurape wherevtr.
ble. and to transport to Palestine the Ur. tecI
and other countries the hundreds of thoai
Jews who cannot remain cr.. longer in |
But the United Jewish Apr^eal is sol
potent. It cannot work rr
The UJA depends on us to provide tieL
needed to accomplish their eeiold proagj
We' cannot permit the I 000 Jews/
vivors of Europe to perish oi neglect. Wee.
permit the 700,000 Jews of -stine to wj
in a welter of blood and lost hopes. If en
anywhere, is lost through indifference, mj
life, anywhere, is safe.
We cannot permit anyone, cnywbsj|
live in doubt and fear, else the fate oiouri
civilization will hang by a thread.
Not only the Jews of Palestine,
everywhere, are engaged in the greatest i
for Jewish freedom since Moses led the i
of Egypt
We, the American peer le are the mal(
tunate in the world, for cur i alone, oft
major nations, did not treml under the i
of a ruthless foe in the rece: :r our i
not devastated, our homes v :e left intact
We. the Jews of Amer. can do ov|
by supporting the current Combined
peal and insuring its success. The dnvene
S300.0O0 short in reaching Its quota. I! yc
not made your contribution phone
Check with your friends, nek ors andaa
ances. Make sure that they too have deal
part.
Alfred Stone
Heads Beach
Zionist Slate
Pioneer Women Plan
Flamingo Park Show
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Hebrew Student* "Dancecrafters
Present M.sieal Make ,nitia,
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Bureau ol
Local Appearance
'Dancecrafters," the first ballet
tri ape of Miami, will present
"C ppelia," a three-act -comedy
number, and ballet Divertisse-
audi- ments Monday evening at Miami
-
r, J. Felt. G M C hen J Teen-Age Council Plans
Edison High School auditorium
Beginning at 8:15 p.m. the pro-
-punsored by the Cadet
Corps of the High school.
Choreography for the show is
v Bernard Ostfeld, European
: who will take the title
Dance instruction is under
-arde local ballet instructor
Among the Divertissements is
Spectre de la Rose" to the
Invitation to the Dance"
Carl Maria Von Weber.
ii Clarke will take the
lead in "Coppelia."
Oth. r kadmg parts will be played
::. H Plat ::' S P sternum.
Rabbi David Raab, ,' Resnick
Dr. Z '. Si I shin, E ; M
Silvi ;s1 Ed Sii ger. E W
C. Bender. E. Lea O
Lelchak, J Lelchuk, I R G
in, A G dman, M. Meisel, J
Charming, O. Mamber. Dr. E. J
E: 3 K ner, W. Jasie
Dr M Goodman, S. Goldman.
Van Straaten, Gus Trau. M. Good-
1 J seph Rackovsk>.
i Bread.
Past presidents of the Miam;
Zunist District are Shep-
ard Broad, Dr. Louis Lytton and
Jack D. Burns.
Guest speaker and installing
officer will be Rabbi Irving
Lehrman.
Tickets for ,1.50-pTus tax may
be purchased at Burd.ne's de-
-nt store. M.ami.
mittee.--------------------------
A Orthodox Sisterhood
deal with preparing j wu
Sponsors Games Party
b-- Beinn Warn party ki being spon-
r""P WU the Sisterhood of the
ongre-
19.
audi-
Beth David Ladies
Plan Miniature Seder I
Regula:
Sister:.
day in B- I
at 1.30 p ::
A p: g
by III
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ladies of ti.
ticipate. In !
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Hagad:
prepared b>
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Two Vea-t
unaffiliated young "
Lehrman. A musical pr
foUow.
Members and fria, .. \
viud to attend. Htrsch
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PPaport in charge of refresh-
*^ds of the affair will bene-
^1 M the building fund of the con-
greg.
FRED K.
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Telephones 2-114,
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120 N. E-SUA*
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APRIL 16. 1948
fJenisti fhrldHann
PAGE FIVE
L Jeanette Cohen, Milton Lipsitz
feted at Candlelight Ceremony
[gainst a setting of tall candleabra capers under a canopy
Joted with lerns, palms and baskets of lillies, gladiolas
arnations. Miss Jeanette Cohen and Milton Leon Lipsitz
^Viged vows last Sunday evening.
labbi Simon April officiated at the ceremony which took
place in the home of the bride's
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Miss Kaler. Levitt
Reveal Wedding Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler of
470 S.W. 21st Rd. have announced
the betrothal of their daughter,
Renee Cheryl, to Albert I.
Levitt. The couple has planned
their wedding for June 20 after
which they will both attend sum-
l'->
Mrs. Milton Lipsitz
cousin, Mrs. George Stone, 2127
S.W. 16th Ter., followed by a
reception for wedding guests.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Ida Cohen of 1220 S.W. 25th Ave.,
carried a family prayer book
topped with white orchids and
stephanitis. Her aunt, Mrs. Harry
Shear, served as matron of honor.
Herbert Wilensky was best man
for his cousin. Dena Konter was
flower girl and Melvin Allen,
ring bearer.
Mrs. Lipsitz attended Walsh
School of Business Science where
she was a member of Pi Rho
Zeta. She is also a member of
the Emanon club and Hadassah.
The groom, son of Mrs. Rose
Lipsitz, 624 S.W. 14th Ave., was
graduated from the University of
Florida where he was a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He
is a member of the accounting
firm of Leo Landis.
Now honeymooning in Nassau,
the couple will live at the Ken-
more hotel this summer until tak-
ing up permanent residence in
Miami Beach.
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Rose Minkoff, Mrs. William
Cohen, Mrs. Morris Slotkin and
Mrs. Bernie Slotkin, Mrs. Ben
Arkin, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Konter,
with their children Dena and
Michael, and Mrs. Morris. Levy,
all of Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. Clar-
ence Allen and son Melvin from
Birmingham; and Mrs. Henry
Wilensky, Charleston.
large room with all home
privileges
oi.uble to permanent tenants
DO W. 30th Ave.. Miami
Bui 16 on the Corner
lora R. Hickey
&RSETIERE and DESIGNER
merry of Flora Corset Shop
104 S.E. First Street
Miami, Fla.
Phone 3-1882
Reeeption Will
Honor Grossman
To honor Maurice Grossman
upon the completion of his tenth
year as executive director of the
Miami YMC& WHA, a dinner and
public reception has been sched-
uled for May 16.
Nat Blumberg, chairman of the
affair, is being assisted with ar-
rangements by Fred K. Shochet,
Milton Friedman, Abe Cutler,
Leon Kaplan, Dorothy Kaplan,
M. J. Koplowitz and Max Jacobs-
kind
Miss Renee Kaler
mer school at the University of
Florida, Gainesville.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, the bride-elect now
attends the University of Miami
where she is majoring in music-
education. She is a member of
DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, and Habonim,
and is a protem officer and soloist
of Emunah chapter, OES.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Levitt. 836 40th St., Miami Beach,
the prospective bridegroom at-
tended schools in Greenville, S.
C, and was graduated from
Clemson college, Clemson. S. C
where he was a pre-medical stu-
dent. Levitt served overseas dur-
ing the war with the medical
corps.
Kenneth B. Cohen And Bride
Honeymooning Through Florida
A double ring ceremony in Beth David Sunday afternoon
united Miss Marilyn M. Koblenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Koblenz of 2719 S.W. 19th Ter., and Kenneth B. Cohen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen of Wooster, Ohio. The newly weds
are now on a motor trip through Florida.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated
at the wedding which was fol-
lowed by a reception in the syna-
gogue. A family dinner took place
at the Grossinger for the im-
mediate family.
Mrs. William H. Koblenz was-
matron of honor for her sister-
in-law.
Jenkins Cohen served as best
man. and Dr. William H. Koblenz,
the bride's brother, and Kenneth
Labow, Terry Kane, Ted Labow
and Stanley Abomowitz were
ushers.
Vocal selections were rendered
by Miss Shirley Koblenz, accom-
panied by her sister, Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan, both cousins of the bride.
The bride attended Miami
Senior High school and Wayne
university. Detroit. She is active
with the Miami Y.
A graduate of Ohio State uni-
versity, the groom served two
years with the U.S. Navy.
The Cohens are to reside at
937 S.W. 5th St. upon their re-
turn.
Among the out-of-town guests
were the groom's parents, Simon
Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Wise,
all of Wooster, Ohio; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Friedman of De-
troit; and Percy Rotenberg and
ih Shuirman, Flint, Mich.
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Beach Zionist Luncheon
Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink will be
guest speaker at the weekly Mi-
ami Beach Zionist luncheon 12:15
p.m. Wednesday in the National
hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Fink,
local civic worker and Zionist,
is co-chairman of the Speaker's
Bureau for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The public is
invited.
Alter Bar Mitzvah
Dr. and Mrs. Emil Alter of 447
15th St.. Miami Beach, announce
the Bar Mitzvah
of their son,
Benjamin Rich-
ard, tomorrow
morning in the
Miami Beach
Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Rabli Irving
Lehrman will of-
ficate.
Besides the
reception for
guests to follow services in the
Center in the morning, a party
has been planned for classmates
of the confirmand to take place
in their home that evening.
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Elect
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YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRIOT ONE
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PAGE SIX
Florida Women, United Synagogues
Re-elect Mrs. Lehrman President
Sholom Temple Women
Schedule Elections
rRn>AY
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ELECT
Fred W. McCall, k
SUPERINTENDENT '
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCT*).
"A Complete Education
Program for Dade Cod
Resident of Daie County 2|T
QUALIFICATIONS:
Master of EducationUniversity oi M
Bachelor of ArtsUnirersity of Florida
19 years in the Dade County schooi system
Actual experience with all phases :! the Eduatal
Program *]
Holder of many Local. Stale, and National PrsWaJ
offices ^"M
Able Leader Games Party Scheduled
Fr: Hebrew School



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"Wfaer the Mlnoritioa Work
They Bocobm -
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KRM-1ST R.
GRAHAM
CCVN7Y COMMISSION
B'nai B'rith Youth Group
Installed At Hcllywccd
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LOUIS F. RED)
SXEDH.ARl
Your
County Commissioner
District1 5
VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
B TOfl
BY* v-w
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Ii you want an able,
honest, tearless and
impartial judge, who
wiil be entirely free
from any prejudice
against any race
color or creed.
Elect
ROBERT H.
6IYENS, JR.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
IN GROUP ONE
-ere ha DADC COUNTY y.-_ :~ VOTE :
JOHN C. JOHNSON
Your
COUNTY' COMMISSIONER
X JOHN C ICHXSCS
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PAGE SEVEN
ibi Leon Kronish Chairman Brandeis
lolarships Calls For Applications
Ibbi Leon Kronish, chairman
Jhf Brandeis Camp Institute
fcarship Committee of the
Htcr Miami Zionist Youth
mission, has announced that
^cations are being accepted
Pftandidates desiring admission
hi institute.
Kospcctive candidates need not
affiliated with any Zionist
Hth Group, according to Rabbi
^piish. The important quality
desire to serve the Jewish
)le. A vibrant personality,
mic leadership qualities,
|>led with an interest in Jew-
i community life and current
irs are the necessary posses-
is required of a Brandeis
ip Institute candidate, he re-
(ed. Age range of candidates
|8 to 25 years.
program is so arranged as
lllow ample opportunities for
my, work and recreation.
frses are given on: Jewish a
land problems on the Ameri-
[ si ene; problems facing world
^i 5; history, theory and prac-
Zionism; achievements and
jlcms of Jewish Palestine;
iples of group work. Some
'inurs daily are devoted to
|i, singing and folk dancing.
are lectures, discussions,
| preparation of papers
programs, as well as work-
|p t >r interest groups in arts
afts, leadership techniques
ogramming.
;t from the systematic
s which will be conducted
B permanent staff of com-
er, t instructors, the Institute
nave a number of visiting
hirers, each outstanding in his
Id. who will discuss special
pj> ts of interest. Evenings are
Fi to a social program, in-
Uflg singing, dancing, dramat-
imp-fire. This is planned by
i campers themselves, with the
lunior Hadassah
>l4>tnlM'rslii| Toa
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
is presenting its second member-
ship tea on Sunday. It will be
held at the home of Miss Joy
Fine, at 2250 S.W. 18th Ave.
The tea will take place from 2
to 4 p.m. A program will be pre-
sented by Miss Elaine Sachs, pro-
gram chairman, to acquaint new
members with the purpose of.f,,.
Junior Hadassah.
i.i in.....niiniiauMiui ii a a:: 11 iiuiiiiinuuu i iiiimu :ii:i iuu:ih iiuii .iiuuuiuiiiiiiiitiiiiiiu r RAY MILLS HAS:
More law enforcement experience than
all other candidates combined!
As your sheriff I will place a competent ex- j
penenced man or woman in every job in the '
sheriff's office.
VOTE FOR
RAY MILLS
YOUR CANDIDATE
for
SHERIFF
(Paid for by trlends of Ray Mills)
'riii'iiii'iiniiiiiiiiii'inriiiuanuwuiHiniminniiHnMiniiiiiii'
Rabbi Leon Kronish
assistance of the staff. A well-
equipped reference library is at
the disposal of the members of
the B.C.I.
The Brandeis Camp Institute
Scholarship Committee, who will
review applications, are Rabbi
Kronish, Dr. E. J. Edelman, Mur-
ray Goodman, Mrs. Jandon
Schwartz and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Deadline for applications is April
30th.
Emanons Hear Shapiro
Harold Shapiro, Miami Beach
attorney, will address members
of the Emanon club at their next
meeting, Wednesday at 8:15 p.m
in the Miami YM & WHA. He
was invited to speak to the group
by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A
Dwoskin, cultural chairmen
Samuel Kratish will preside.
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Yet, do your Passover cooking, belting, and frying with this purely vegetable product. It I helps make your foods tastier, I more wholesome, more easily I digestible. Use It all year H 'round. Your grocer has it. II Ask for it by nam.
Look for tho ipociil "KOSHER FOR PASSOVER" l.b.l ^__ fc on th jr 2^tn\
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< > SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY DESERVING CAUSE
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*&BP*'M DISTRICT NO. 3
May 4 Primary COURTEOUS ABLE EXPERIENCED j
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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 Mescheloff
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
Phone 5-5537 Now!
TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS*
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Miami Zionist
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin of Charleston have been visit- Dinner ^eaTU
ing their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hon. "GetZel
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of Miami Beach were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
man last weekend at Marco Island Inn, Marco Island, Fla.
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Mr. and Mrs. Mac Adler of New York City are honeymoor. :
ing at the Ritz Plaza hotel following their wedding last Sunday.
They are cousins of Al Retskin, operator of the Pierce and Scrar, Vs
ton hotels in Miami. Upon their return the Adlers will res:de in
Toms River, N. J., where he is engaged in accountancy
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Nat Gans, Metropolitan Life Insurance agent, was one c.
those chosen to represent Miami at a five-day Southern cor,
vention in Savannah this weekend
A son, Larry Eugene, waa born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Greenberger of 446 S.W. Sixth St.
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Mrs. Minnie Goodman Keller of 3230 N.W. 7th St., will '.ecve
April 23 for a two-week vacattion at her former home town
Birmingham, Ale.
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Mrs. Eugenv. L:ier.feld of Miami Beach has left for Be.:',
more to soend the Passover holidavs with her two sons and
their families Dr. end Mrs. S. Lilenfe'ld and daughter Lois cr.:i
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Lilenfeld and children, Julia and Saul.
I, : fifth term in the office
,!,., of Temple Israel
will begin '" May for
Isaac Levin, who was re-
..,,; to that office at a meet-
. Monday, April 5.
L.'vin has also been active
work with other groups in
including the P.-T.A..
I fray Ladies' work, the
,nal Council of Jewish wom-
B'nai B'rith auxiliaries, and
i inference of Jewish wom-
I mizations.
lerve with Mrs. Levin this
are Mrs. Harry V. Simons
Mrs. Elry Stone, vice presi-
dents; M: :, nry '
ordmg u >.l
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mis- s' m, isonnsm
Mendelsun .: Alfred M I
Mrs. Hari;. vins. Mrs v\l
Ross, and [ Ad-Jpr .l
theimer.
Zionist I
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Literary Figures
Honor INm'I
and '
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Stofl -. I Mr
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Sylvia
r : M B< rn as
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Al Leslie will best
man (
sons of Josei L
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led Sco-
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fiance attt n
school* Ni w York and is now
the fin : Todd

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dines
WHITE CANNON
TOWELS
Thick and thirsty
for every day use!
7Q
f yj each

cannon's white I u r k h
towels favorites with the
whole family. Wonderfully
absorbent because they :c
white end soft textured. Suil
able for monogiamming and
appliqueing, too. About 20 x
40 inches.
Cannon wash cloths
match
to
each 10c
s r, "mi' B4,h Shop.
LSI0"- Al,M we p'~
Beh .rn F. L.ud.rd.1,
TUB RAPHAEL*
Not -
ARE OPERATING FOR
PASSOVER
THE DINING ROOM OF THE
Cnoi HARRISOr; HOTQ
AKrAKr'MtLu'"^ 411 w"h",o,on *vBu M,.n,iB-B
Strictly Kosher Me th or *;>
Rooms AM Rooms .'. Bath ana pkj
FOR YOUR RESERVATION CALL 5-4696
World War II
Veteran
'Do You Want The Old Polit ea] Machine I,
Receive All County cntracu?"
Small Businessmen cterans
Labor say NO!
Elect
ROLAND R.
SWEET
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT O.-.
at K^OWtMS

A New
In Thof
Hummi
Hosiery
were $2.50
. NOW $1.95 a pair
c-f-/4immingc0^
FAMOUS 15 DENIER "SI'S"
(tr**4y ikm IS dni*r 31 Sug>
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Ifs something to shout anon' e
wonderful, extrcnielv sheer 15 A
Humming Bird 51's dtwnal
new colors supcrbh knit, !-.- nrst
in quality ... a new evtra 1
for you now in our hosiery
department at $145 I


[tor Honors
Leaders
kecial service will be held
[ening at the Miami Beach
Community Center dedi-
Jto the newly elected lead-
f the center who will be
of honor and occupy seats
pulpit. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
ipiritual leader of the con-
lion, will install the new
and speak on the sub-
;an We Make the Grade?"
be begins at 8:15 p.m.
eph M. Rose is president;
H. Frankel, honorary life
lent; Abraham Goodman,
Sirkin, Alfred Stone, vice
lents; Samuel Friedland,
ttef, Archie Brick, record-
er: and Oscar Mamber fi-
lal sec.
Bid of directors: Jack Ablin,
an Berman, Samuel E. Bern-
Harry Bodenstein, Daniel
3: ad. Dr. Benjamin Cole-
Nathan H. Darsky, Leo
Istein, Bernard Feiner, Wil-
I. Feuer, Nathan Glosser,
jji- Goldberg, Nat H. Hank-
jj, seph M. Lipton, I. Louis
Morris Newmark, Ray-
Rubin, Alex Sussman, Ed
George J. Talianoff, Ira

;.re: Herman M. Berk.
Political
Roundup
Beth David Seder
J. Edwin Larson, tfcate treas-
urer for the past seven years, is
seeking re-election to that posi-
tion.
A graduate of the Allegheny
College of Business Administra-
tion and Accounting and of the
law college of the University of
Florida, Larson has also served
Florida as a state senator and
representative to the legislature.
Before he was elected treasurer,
the candidate was a U.S. state
collector of internal revenue for
six years.
In addition to his present duties
as state treasurer and also as
insurance commissioner, Larson
is also state fire marshall and a
member of more than 20 ad-
ministrative boards.
LEGAL NOTICES
i Rabbi Lehrman
Jack D. Burris, David R. Isen,
Abraham Halperin, Samuel Katz.
Morris Kriegel, Harry Levine.
The following wire was sent
by Senator W. A. Shands on the
occasion of Prayer Day, Thurs-
day, April 8th, to the various
synagogues in the greater Miami
Max Lippman, Samuel Magid. |dreai as w0n as Hollywood and
Isaac Mannheimer, Al Osheroff, Fort Lauderdale:
Abraham Selevan, Henry Spero,
Max Su'ken, I. R. Goodman,
Moses Ginsberg.
Htm.....l;.l'i:!lir:r: -:! !. i' i:, i tsi-I-ii.....1 !: vrnir.
"May I join with you in this
solemn moment and offer my
fervent prayer that your people
will soon attain the fruition of
their hopesa free Palestine."
Rabbi Shapiro
Rabbi Max Shapiro who will
conduct Passover services at Beth
David synagogue the first night
of Passover, April 23 in the Tal-
mud Torah. He will be assisted
by Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Because of the limited seating
capacity, Chairman Mrs. Jack
Rosenberg has requested that
those contemplating attendance
call the Beth David office early
tur reservations. Seder traditions
and dietary laws are to be strict-
ly observed
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI-OR1UA, IN AND FOR UADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116404.
JERALDINE GILBERT, Plaintiff, vi.
STANLEY GILRERT. Defendant.
Po: STANLEY GILBERT. 440 Lenox
Road, Brooklyn, Ij'ew York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
iln your appeal ance In the above
tyled cause lor divorce, on or before
..ie 15th day of May, 1918.
Dated thiB loth day of April. im.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Cleric.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
21 Calumet Building
Iiaml. Florida
,10-23-30 5/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
E(K DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 116124
PAULA ERNA EHRLICH. Plaintiff.
vh. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant.
TO: KARL EHRLICH
East Avenue, Near Wheat Road
Vineland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before May 17th, 1948. otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order b;> published once a week for
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Floridian, a newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 15 day of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
4/16-23-30 5/7
SO YOU WON'T FORGET
ETHEL ROTHLEIN
announces the arrival of a
host of new women's apparel.
The selection is large and
best of allPopular Priced!
ETHEL will be most pleased
to see her many friends, espe-
cially for the Holidays.
ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP
236 N. Miami Avenue
IWWMMHHimWIWIMWIIIU'l"lll"lllu"""t"!1"1tlul::lrlnl
jrld War II
Veteran
'Dade Professional Men Believe In Building
For 1960; They Want Men With Visionl
Elect
ROLAND R.
SWEET
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
Paid Political Adv.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek, who
has made rapid strides in the
cantorial field, will conduct
Sedorim Services both nights of
the Passover Holidays at the
Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach.
Cantor Malek, who has a tenor
voice, officiated at High Holiday
Services last year at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
. ^i 18 years a practicing
attorney in Miami six
/ears associated with one
of our present Justice's of
the Peace. Exponent of
iir administration of jus-
tee to all.
ELECT
SCRAP METAL
WANTED!
Don't sell until you get our
prlcM We we paying
highest market prices for
metals, batteries, tubes, etc.
It Is worth jrour while to
give us a trial.
ATLAS IRON & METAL CORP.
3338 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 88-4541
Announces
KOSHER PASSOVER
MILK
Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
am
.f
DIXIE HERLONG CHASTAIN
Justice of the Peace
IH strict One
ABLE-UNDERSTANDLNG-EXPERIENCED
Pild Political Xdr.
SAM BLANK
It Supporting
W. A. (Bill) SHANDS
for GOVERNOR
..gasasi*
tn<
PAID POLITICAL ACV
Kosher for Passover
TIk* following congregations are
affiliated members of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.Rabbi Murray Grauer
Cong. Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish CenterRabbi Irving Lebxmann
Temple Beth SholomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
Beth Tfilah CongregationRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes
personal care of the order of Kashruth
TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE 7-1611



B'nai B'rith Plans State Convention
In Jecksonville; Local Leaders Busy
..
ter
ti \- :. 11) Fla at a planning g
i ng attended bj P ;
" Abb tt. Secretary Sam Sil-
State conventi n plans
outlined t r th< Si -
ati >n B'n i B nven-
.vmact S
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Gables A feature of the evening
will be a dramatization during
the new officers and trus-
ses will be presented to the
membership.
The program is under the di-
,.f Mrs Lawrence Sim-
and Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
-elected president. will
tide.
Dr. Wolfson Conclude*
Spinoza Forum Season
:- : the concluding Spinoza
of the season, Dr. Abra-
v. :- in, author of "Spinoza:
A Life of Reason." will deliver
final lecture. His topic is
and Philosophy of Baruch
S
urn begins at 3 p.m. at
-.. 124 11th St.. Mi-
..

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CEJWIN CAMPS
Port Jervie, N. Y.
- tfe ClUkill Mountains Estab-
-3 <- Non.commercial Prd-
;-ei ive Educational CampsIdeal
for Jewish boys and girl*.
a-.d water aporta. aeathetle
Jewish cultural lnnu-
Sabbath and dietary laws
ad Ratoa;o 8nd for da-
- -. et.
A P SCHOOLMAN. Dlraetor.
23" W. 8Jrd St.. N. Y. 24
BIRD
Ho. 5 year.' exp^
-proved ability^
RE-ELECT
PRESTON\
BIRD
OBJitv
C4>itiiniss|0|f,!
District 4
Re-elect Bird
5
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KASHRUTH
QUALITY
FLAVOR
of r*w "$$? aepree

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CAMP
DELIWAXEX
rE *:S: A : lnc:> for boys S-1S
BAMBI HALL fee Children 4-6. Expert guidance and
. -- POCONOS 2<-t hc.ra from New York
:-.;. Trotxky. Director 1775 Broadway. N.Y.C Circle 5-SMS
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CAMP CARLYLE
HENTERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
WILY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE COUTH
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
FOR'BOYS AND GIRLS
Age S to 16 Years
ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES
QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS
Mike Lerine. Unirersiry of Miami Physical Education
Instructor. Program Director
ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER
CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD
MORRIS SIEGEL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
1438 WASHINGTON AVE-. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2988
Resident Physician in Attendance
ELECT
AN
EXPI HIUMEij
COX STABLE
MEMBER
ELKS AMERICAN LEGDl
AND VET OF FORQQi I
WARS
HARRY S,
HIGGINS

JOHX 11. YATES
I=v;-:- ;_-.;.'. Circuit
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'Jr.z'.e Herb and Aunt Belle are happy to announce
registration for:
CAMP OSCEOLA
Two Separate Camps for Jewish Children
et tttJ
FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS
:- Milk Purer on Lake Osceola
Hecea Shea X. C. Hendersonville. N. C
an Camping Association
'-' modem sanitation, mature
tdoor and water, sports, including
-..-- cuisine.
I Sabbath Services and Jewish I
late Rabbi Dr. George Solomon,
:- : ri-_ED AS0 Cms MOTHER:
- -.; wt(S MOStM S p:= AND WOW; SEGAL
C -*:::-t I'd 0-e-s
Hefberi SUrer B.S. in Ed.. MXd.
...... -** Segal Silver. L.L, BJ^.
-e::ersc= Are. s^ajai Beach. Fla.
Ph:n: 5-S975 5^233
THE PENINSULA
$7,500 APRIL 17th
DAILY DOUBLE | ADMISSIONS
ls and 2ad sSsJSl tjsssswsag *Ss*
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JAY, APRIL 16. 1948
-knisl Ihridictn
PAGE ELEVEN
own Post Adds
b Blood Bank
Herman Bruce Brown Post of
Jewish War Veterans has be-
H a drive to implement the
Ht's blood bank. Members of
I post are urged to donate
Mir blood at Dade county Blood
Kk and have it credited to the
HiP
hwly appointed chairman of
I project. Jack Silver, is being
feted by co-chairman Frank
he. Silver succeeds Isadore
Iwn, former chairman of the
Dei l)ank program which was
fin In 1940.
fonor Guard of the post has
plans to honor Miami's war
Li n Memorial Day. They will
rvices at the various ceme-
[i, placfng a flag on each
bran's grave.
Political Roundup
Comptroller C. M.*Gay, is seek-
ing return to office for a full four
year term on a campaign of gov-
ernmental economy and continu-
ed savings of taxpayers' money.
"My campaign right now is in
the best position it has held since
my friends launchd it for me sev-
eral months ago". Gay stated re-
cently.
Comptroller Gay repeated his
pledge of continued economy
ar.d savings in cost of state gov-
ernment which he said thus far
have netted taxpayers of Florida
well into the hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars since he became
comptroller.
ror
n error in the announcement
of Benjamin B. Goldstein
j, ed in the issue of April
Copy should have read
s'JAMIN B. GOLDSTEIN,
P A. (certified public ac-
ini ant). Mr. Goldstein has just
Bed his office at 1616 duPont
ding,
AUTO GLASS
istalled While You Wait
Full Lin* of
o Accessories and Parts
A HAMS GLASS
SERVICE
1805 Purdy Avenue
Call 58-3756
Tom D. Bailey, candidate for
State School Superintendent,
stated that every boy and girl
should have a well rounded edu-
cational opportunity including
vocational training to enable
him to learn "how to make a
living" when he grows into man-
hood or womanhood.
Bailey, who has been a Flor-
ida educator for many years, be-
lieves that the new school law
adopted by the 1947 legislature
is basically the salvation to many
of the school needs.
"All pupils and teachers must
be afforded the opportunity to
receive maximum benefits as
provided by the Florida School
Program," Bailey declared. "It
will be my purpose as State Su-
perintendent to champion the
cause of education aggressively
in an effort to guarantee a de-
pendable and continuing source
of revenue, which is necessary
for an expanding program of
education," he assured.
Public apathy toward the cam-
paign for one of Florida's most
important state cabinet posts
was deplored by Hugh L. McAr-
thur. Tampa, candidate for State
Attorney General, in a recent ad-
dress.
"The office of Attorney Gen-
eral is one of the most important
the people of this state have in
their power to bestow," McAr-
ihur said. "Mismanagement of
this office can operate to the
great detriment of the entire
judicial and administrative struc-
ture of our state government.
"Despite this, religious, civic
and business leaders throughout
the state, during my coverage of
sixty-four counties in this cam-
paign, have frankly informed me
they did not even know the
names of the four candidates for
attorney general, including my
own. Therefore, they candidly
admitted a complete lack of
knowledge as to the integrity or
ability of any of the four can-
didates, including myself."
Balkin To Address
Tampa Women's Group
Gilbert J. Balkin, assistant di-
rector of the Florida regional of-
fice, Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, will address thf>
newly formed women's chapter
of B'nai B'rith in Tampa next
Llfa Iniuranc. Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G AN S
Metropolitan Li'a Ins. Co.
907 Biecayne Bldg.
Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981
See or phone me for your
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
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We're constantly improv-
ing your service...
Spending $85,0? >W0 to
expand our fe%ies...
Paying the highest op-
erating costs in history...
...and still selling yon
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A RECORD TO
BE PROUD OF/
light mnw
MM* KHOWUTT
tew t*<"- S^-w"
(III*
On the average, a dollar', worth of electricity before the uar cost only $1.08 in March 1948.
Thursday. His topic is to be "Mak- league's current program for
ing Democracy Work," a discus- combatting bigotry and advanc
sion of the recent survey on anti-
emitism of the ADL and 'he
ing good
groups.
relations among all
ELECT
JESS YARBOROUGH
For Your
County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 1
VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
"PROGRESS WITH JESS"
Pd. Political Adv.
Re-Elect
ROSS WILLIAMS
Circuit Judge
GROUP ONE
TEN YEARS
JUDICIAL
EXPERIENCE
Paid Political Adv.
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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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PAGE TWELVE
+JeistfhrMto_
raj'' Y, APRIL isj
Political Roundup
William A. "Bill" Herin. can-Is
rcuit judge in eroup :.-.< clerk I
ine. retu this week from his ol t are
second campaign trip to Kej
\v, st with tru e| I am gral
work being done in
' c .unty by my active sup- P nting 1 '
ters, who include many t th< two
Is : Key West and com- ..-- re of i
: ng th< Fl D.x i I
.-> week tail ndidai
by \ttorney Jack A Abb itt Mi-
ami B president of I -
)t B'nai B'ril
Lodges '
Mi B< ich Bar Associal
qual- ist Henry L
fications for the |
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LEGAL NOTICE
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JOE GARDNER
Ii Supporting
>W. A. (Bill) SHANDS
ior GOVERNOR
-"--"' "- '-'- ---' : 122
40 OCEAN DRIVE
Phones 58-2763 5-3145
MIAMI BEACH
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
L,!--:- ......
m t n t -
ed iatc -i .
Jewish cemeteriet
Se-v -g the ItiQmg
Je* s- ram -s I
art unce "925.
Lo : F
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
VARKERS $35.00 PLLS CEMETERY CHARGES
OPEN SUNDAYS
PHONE I
Weld Wr II
VUnn
"Veterans Destroyed Dictatorship Abroad.
Do You Want It To Continue At Home?"
Veterans Say "No".
Elect
ROLAND R.
SWEET
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
t^ctRi5b5KS
'.-KM-NKKK.;
KATR W GREBNBEBa
NOTICE UNDER FirT,r-
NOTICE i*J
the und< .-.;':lv s, i
HERB I 14--
Sole Own-, A **
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WILLIAM 1H
HERIN
CIRCUIT JUDGE
{group one)
world wa 3 ii veterar
39 year risidentof
mamj
practicing attorney
15 YFARS
PoUUtal Aft.
OPENS
FRIDAY NITE APRIL 16th
Featuring the Sensational
^m^m^ml
3 : -----Recing a -,
It '.-:- for Top
Mienui Moil Populoi Dog Track.
10 RACES NIGHTLY
0411V DOUBLE 1st I 3rd
QUINtELAS EVERY RACE
NO MINORS ADMITTED
NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM
FIRST RACE 7:45
fJ"CSS US SmiCF. DIRECT 10 ,,,
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^AY, APRIL 16, 1948
+Jewlsfi fkiiriidliirtm
PA-JE THIRTEEN
Ronnce Wasserman
| MRS. ELIZABETH RAFF
|, of 1135 S.W. 6th St., be-
i wife of Paul, devoted mo-
,il Bertram (Charlotte, N.
Irving J. (Spartanburg, S.
[< i, Mrs. Evelyn Sohmer (Forest
1 i L. I.), and sister of Mrs.
Levy (Norfolk, Va.). Dear
, Imother of Jack H. Sohmer,
[j oh A. Raff, Kenneth N. Raff.
;. Raff, Linda R. Raff. Mrs.
! was the vice president of
i Wi mien's Auxiliary of the
i ter Miami Jewish Home for
M;id. Treasurer of the Gold-
Aged Club of the YW &
MA of Miami and a member
Council of Jewish Women.
ces were held at the Miami
hivei side, West Flagler at 20th
. on Sunday, April 11th, at
m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
fliciating. Interment at Mt.
i Cemetery where services
g conducted by the Emunah
pter No. 175 OES.
-, Junior Hadassah
Fantasie Exhibits
Latest Fashions
Fashion Fantasie and Dance
will be sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah under the stars, in the
outdoor patio of the Interna-
tional Cabana Club, 4323 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, on Sunday,
at 8:15 p.m. The show will in-
clude women's clothes around the
dial, from lounging pajamas to
evening gowns, by Robinson's.
Lincoln Rd. Each feminine model
will be escorted by "men-about-
town." who will wear clothes and
accessories from Todd and Todd.
Lincoln Road.
The Fantasie is a scries of
scenes designed to depict the
dilemma of a fashion show chair- ,
man. Each scene has a musiea
theme attached to it. Among the
scenes are "Oh. What a Beauti-
ful Morning." 'Tee' for Two,"
"Playmates," "Down by the Old
Mill Stream." "By the Sea."
"Hands Across the Table," "Take
Me Out to the Ball Games."
"Cocktails for Two," and "A
Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody."
Miss Lillian Aronson is chair-
man for the affair, assisted by the
Misses Beverly Raphael, script:
Roslyn Worth, itckcts; Natalie
Samuels, publicity; and Toby
Cooper, who will act as com-
mentator during the show.
Merrfbers of Junior Hadassah
modeling in the show include
Mrs. Doris Pardo and the Misses
Elaine Sachs, Nancy Goldman,
Harriet Siegel. Joan Kirschen-
,'>aum, Marsha Levin, Thelma
Cohen. Rhoda Daiden. Phoebe
Koondel, Lorraine Grobman, Vio-
let Freedman, Beverly Raphael
Naomi Sigel, Ronnee Wasser-
man. and Chicki Cohen. Es-
corts include Joe Pardo, Al-
bert Pardo, Frank Zieve, Mik<
Cooper, Gershon Miller, Evan
Stein. Bernard Mandler, Her-
bert Goldfield, Mel Cohen, Sau.
Genet, and Stanley Burns.
Dancing will preceed and fol-
low the show.
Proceeds of the affair will be
sent to the Meier Shfeyah Or-
phaned Children's Village in Pal-
estine which is supported solelv
by Junior Hadassah. Tickets an
priced at $1 and can be purchasec
from any Junior Hadassah mem-
ber or at the door.
MAKE OFFER
7 Unit Bldge. near S.W. Synagogue
PRICE $23,000
Also lots In that district for sale
to be built on
RUSSELL REALTY
Room 407, Congress Bldg.
Phone 827638-39
World War II
Veteran
Citizens of Dade County:
"Do You Want Adequate. Modern Hospital
Facilities NOW?
Elect
ROLAND R.
SWEET
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
Paid Political Adv,
Complete md bependafo 3U/e Sewice
MIAMI TITLf
* OJystMCtCa
ESCROWS
m or Tin* nma **
*BTRACTS TELE W&WK*
Title Insurance Policies of
ifa, ritv Title Insurance to.
KaS!rf. iZr $2.000M0M
Vote For
MARK RICHARDSON
for
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 1
PRIMARIES
MAY 4th and 25th
Qualified by Experience
35 Years in Dadc County"
EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS
Pd. for by Friends <"'f Mark Richardson
i/i \ Conclave
In IpaiiM'svillc
University of Florida chapter
of the Inter-collegiate Zionist
Federation of America will play
hosts to the Southern region con-
vention of IZFA this weekend in
Gainesville.
Among the guests expected arc-
Herman Popkin, regional youth
director of the Southern Zionist
youth commission, and Yola Lee.
aational president of IZFA. Lee
:s to address the gathering at a
banquet tomorrow night climax-
ing the convention.
According to reports of the re-
gional office, the whole weekend
s to be carried out with a cul-
.ural and social theme, including
Palestinian songs and dances.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Till
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA, IN AM) FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
112850-C.
IYARES SMALL LOAN CO., INC..
a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. MYRTLE
B. ALLARD, Defendant
Notice is hereby Kiven that the
indersbrned, aa Special Master, under
md by virtue of the Final Decree
,i Foreclosure heretofore entered in
that certain ,-au.se pending in the
"ircult Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Jlrcult of Florida, in and for Dadi
'ounty in Chancery, being Chancery
ase No, 112860, In whli h Ayarea
Small Loan Co., Inc., a corporation,
plaintiff, and Myrtle 1!. Ailard i.s
lefendant, I. as special Mnater In
'hnncery appointed by the Court In
raid decree, under ami by vlrl.....i
the terms thereof will offer foi sale
mil s.li at public outer) to the
Ibjhest and best l.iddci fo
ho South front door of the Court
.ic.us.- of Dade County, In the Clt)
; Miami, hlorlda, on the Si I da} of
.May, A.l'. lvtx, between the hours
.1 eleven o'clock A M lllll tttO oYlooli
P.M., the s.une being a legal Rales
lay ami the noura the legal hour*
Df sab-, the following described prop-
erty -iru.it.' in Dade County, Florida,
In-wit;
I Wicker barrel couch
4 t 'hah s to match
8 Hollywood beds, s.\ M
j Chest of drawers to match
1 Ivory colored davenport
I t .S, i hall to match
I Ivory end tablo
; l: hi. t
1 Occasional chair
i Ivory Checkering Piano
I Piano bench ami chair
1 4-burner bottled gas stove
2 Enamel top tables
j Servel gas refrigerator
l Table, i chairs to match
_' Hollywood beds
I Chest of drawers to match
l Single bed
The said property aa aforesaid to-
ielher with all the tenements,
leredltaments and appurtenances
hi reunto belonging, or In an) wise
ippertainlng, being sold to satlsf) said
Pate,I this l-th day of April, A.D.
imii
h. frost bailey,
Special Master in Chancery.
MARX M. FEINBERQ
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
i 16-83
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in- undersigned, desiring to engage In
under the fl< tftlous name of
lock's Tackle Shop at 266 N'.i:. 79th
Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
gter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
JACK ROSENBAUM
LEE M Rl iSENBAUM,
Pan
l/lt-M-M .VT-il
B & B KOSHER MARKET
804 S. W. 22ND AVENUE
PHONE 4-7795
Passover Announcement
We want all of our friends
lo know that wo have a
4*onipl Products in addition to our
I)4lieat4kssen department.
WTe also parry The Jewish
I on aid. The M0au and The
Morning Journal,
Free Delivery Any
Place In The City.
Passover Wine
SPECIAL
SAVE 4-OC Pero'-
DELICIOUS
Mogen David
Strictly Kosher
Concord Grape Wine
Oii.ii Deeantar
Regularly $1.69 Qt.
$1.29 qt.
1
Buy It At STONE'S Today
DOWN- 200 W. Flagler Street
TOWN
SOUTH-
WEST
NORTH-
WEST
CORAL
GABLES
645 N.W. 2nd Avenue
1135 W. Flagler Street
1696 N.W. 20th Street
2826 N. Miami Avenue
2705 N.W. 20th Street
2320 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
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FRIDAY
APRIL 16
W
Political Roundup
Norman R. Lyons. Democratic reach of hi>
candidate for representative in the legislature, group No I. from |
Dade countv. stated at his head-1 ,' ,_,-
quarters. 528 Biscayne Blvd.. that kho W
he advocated a change in the|bui!der si
make-up of the milk commis- building
Deer wh Coun-
ty C
A- rican Legion
N.E :>: ?: A W rid Wai
he has
:-.d build::
nesses ei I
sion.
'It hardly seems possible that
a state legislature would enact
regulatory legislation creating a
commission vitally effecting the
public, then leave the public al-
most voiceless on the ci n
sion. Yet this is exactly wh.it
happened. Out of the group of
individuals serving on the milk
commission, wh.'se principal
is to see that the pr:^ :' milk
to the public is right, as v.
to police the industry in aK
ways, one represents the
consumer. Thi
represi nl and d:>-
tnbu:
L% ins -
vamping the i
n I _.'.i iht public
more re] ..-. -"-
ed thai nol thi e<
memb. th
It "
ft
H Id E SI
te l sident o!
I Stal
Da le C
and I'. :
] 'ounl I

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voters f Dad ( ml;
part;
vited 1
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J. "Man ididate I Earl F ffin. 1035 S W
lis- ,Sl in the lobby of the C
: told M B< is Hotel | I s limited 1
. 400. Then e no I
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for State of Pub-
[nstrucl thai

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ployment led
- I sectioi : Fl
; ;,
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:. :..
r*. Had Enough of County Zoning and Garbage Fiascos?" Ask the Farmer! He Says: Elect
s ** ^^3^ ROLAND R.
SWEET
: YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE Vl\
For Better Service !o 'he Public
In Greater Miami...
tics and ftl *,ence
and ., ;ra,n'
Durins the wrai years Dolle)
-
workers
Fl .:. H.
t one
S
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f the i

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8 vears. 1

Hotel. 28 WCst Flag-
Epperson Clubs for
invite all of Epperson's
friends to
come to h.j
on Thursdav ,vPninT>
-> clock for K.t-t,,^"^
DANCECRAFTERS of MIAMI
Vuunt .
"COPPELIA"
BALLET IN 3 ACTSCAST OF 30
DIVERTISSEMENTS
Choregraphy by Bernard Ottfeld Directed by HiltfMiM
APRIL 19TH 8:15 P M
MIAMI EDISON AUDITORIUM
Sponsored by Miami Ediion Cadet Coui
Tickets On SaleS1.00-S1.50 Plus
Burdire'i '0 A. M. P. M.Miami Edison M,ah c_h
Hildegarde StudioMiami Beach2 to 6 P m
le A. Ei ndidal
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CAR
STORAGE
RIGHT DOWNTOWN.'
Reasonable B
Your Car for Longer,
De: Service
MACK'S GARAGE
EXPERT REPAIRS
56 S. W. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-9906
HARRY GORDON
of the
.OIUM>\ I I M II \l HOME
Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support of
Joseph L.
PLUMMER
Candidate for
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 4
"I think that he it eminently qualified for this position
and will give Dade County a far superior administration thin
heretofore.
THE VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
Td. Political Adv.
trie of
MILK
*
in a
HOME
Up-to-the-minute in its equip,
merit, beautifully furnished and
decorated throughout, our new
MIAMI branch signaliies our pol-
icy of providing funeral services of
the finest character.
24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
immiiri
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 5-3355 5-7777
EDWARD T. NEWMAN, Funeral Director
ABE EISENBERO, Treasurer
IN NEW YORK: 76r STREET AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE
Every single drop of daily fresh,
whole, Grade A, or Vitamin D
Homogenized Home Milk is a
protective body-builder a rjch
source of protein, calcium and
vitamms. When you buy Home Milk
you pay only for food... there are no
trimmings" to be thrown away And
ounce for ounce, gallon for gallon,
'ts the most economical food you
can buy at any price.
Every quart of Home Milk...produced
on our own Dade and B r o v..- r d
county farms -- pasteurized, bottled
and cooled in our own modern dairy
plant, under rigid laboratory control...
carries ourTledge of Purity-supported
by every member of our organization.
So, start with Home Milk today
you can fasfe the difference! It's
daily fresh... at your favorite grocer s,
or phone 2-7696 and the Home Milk
Man will have your daily fresh Home
Milk on your doorstep in the morning.
!
MIAMI
'ooocim aIsociItIon
Doiry Plan, and Sales OH.cc, NortU.-,, 7h A.,
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APRIL 16. 1948
vJewist nvricfiatjn
PAGE FIFTEEN
Passover Advisory
By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
|holiday of Passover begins
evening, April 23, and
aturday night, May 1st.
hise of all manner of leaven
|etz) and of all foods con-
leaven or prepared in
used for leaven is for-
throughout Passover.
[ritual removal of leaven,
Iss Chametz, takes place
jay evening, April 22nd, at
ie. The sale of all manner
|ven remaining within a
possession on Passover,
r. Chametz, must take
hot later than 10:30 a.m.
\,preferably before that
Chametz may be eaten un-
a.m. Friday, but Matzah
to be eaten on that day
the Seder.
|y products will be avail-
under the supervision of
| Moses Mescheloff from the
)-Sun Dairies, the Florida
the Southern Dairies and
innybrook Creamery. The
cunt bakery on Miami
and the Keil Bakery in
,s:ll be closed throughout
lassover. No locally made
] are under supervision for
rer.
nosh fruits and most
kbl"s.excepting legumes
js beans, peas, string beans,
be used,
la d products should bear
idorsement of an Orthodox
The words "Kosher for
rer" are not adequate.
LEGAL KOTICE
FlCE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
llCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(d' rslgned, desiring to engage In
t- mder the fictltloue name of
Shoe Store at 2118 Coral Way.
:1a.. Intends to register said
f.ih the Clark of the Circuit
of Dade County, Florida.
LEON PAY
Sole Owner
)N A. FRIEDMAN
n for Applicant
Id llldg.
tn-i-u
|T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HH HEREBY GIVEN that
- -<1, desiring to engage In
1 : the fictitious name of
(ToKuery at 1581 N. W. 36th
Mliunl, Florida, Intends to
i name with the Clerk of
.it Court of Dade County,
A EDGAR MILDER
S"lo Owner.
[ B V i :u
Vv for Applicant
S 21-30
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to engage In
ler the fictitious name of
paners and laundry at 98"
79th Street, Miami, Florida,
to register said name with
k of the Circuit Court of
hi ty. Florida.
ROSE KARP
Bole Owner.
i-lman and Kaplan
- for Applicant
23-30
)TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
kdcrslgned, desiring to encage In
p"- under the fictitious name of
totel at 208 W. Flagler St..
I. !'!..rlda. Intend to register
In ime with the Clerk of the
ft Court of Dade County. Flor-
in :it MAN SCHULMAN
MAX GOODM.VN
l> DIETZ
1 > for Applicants
im Hldg.
n 30
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK rcil'STY JUDGE'S COURT
' ST) FOR DADE COUNTY,
Jl:il'A. IN PROBATE, No.
SPATE OF VAN N. KENT.
'i as VAN NBSS KENT.
Jnown as V. N. KENT. De-
d.
editor! and All Persons Hav-
'lainis or Demands Against
: itate:
ind each of you, are hereby
and required to present any
and demands which you. or
m>u. may have against the
van N. KENT, a/k/a VAN
KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, de-
of Mahonlng County,
o Ihe Hon. W. F. BLANTON.
1 'i.lge of Dade County, and
lii- --ame In his office In the
>' Ci urthouse In Dade, County,
w uhln eight calendar month*
le of the first publication
Said claims or demands te
l;"- legal address of the clalm-
i lo be sworn to and presented
'Miid, or same will be barred.
'Ion 120 of the 1833 Probate
April 1st. A.D. 1948.
GEORGINA KENT.
Lxecutrlx of the Last Will and
Mam en t of VAN N. KENT,
IfK'a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a
ri^afor Bx*c,ltrtx
Matzos marked "not for Passover
use" may not be used.
Wherever possible new utensils
should be used on Passover.
Enamel ware, agate ware, glass-
ware and plastic ware cannot be
made kosher for Passover if
previously used with leaven.
For information concerning
any product, the method of
"koshering utensils," or any other
Passover problem call Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, director of the
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
5-6150 or 5-1328.
The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakash-
ruth supervising twenty kosher
butcher shops on Miami Beach
for the past nine years, wishes
you a happy Kosher Passover, and
our people a speedy redemption.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the nctitlous name
Of THE ASBURY HOTEL, AND
APARTMENTS at 641 S. W. 4th Ave-
nue, Miami, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
Morris Frledberg and
Rose Frledberg (his wife)
Joseph Doahay and
Sophie Doshay (his wife)
3/26 4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Smltty's Garage at 22r. N. W. 1st
Court, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
A I, VOI.ANTE
Sole Owner
4/16-23-30 6/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute," House Bill
No. 117.-., Chapter No. 20953. Laws of
Florida, 1941. will register with the
Clark Of the Circuit Court, In and.
for Dade County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to-
wlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL
CO. under which I am engaged in
business. I expect to engage In busi-
ness at number 126 N. E. First Ave.,
Rm. 215 In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida.
That the party Interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
CHARLES B. PAYNE.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney, 412 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
4/9-16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
20727.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES RUBIN, 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 yon. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of CHARLES RUBIN, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to Ihe
Hnn. 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 the legal ad-
dress 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 April 2. A. D. 194R.
GEORGE RUBIN
LOUIS RUBIN
As Administrators of the Estate
of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFE
Attorney for Administrators
4/9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FliORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 116182.
ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ZENOD1A RODRHJUBZ. Defendant.
TO: ZBNOBIA RODRIGUEZ
531 West 135th Street
New York, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill Of Com-
plaint filed In the above s vied cause
on or before May 11th, 1948, "no-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks In Ihe
Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade County FlorIda
Dated this B^T*feg;
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal^ ft aRK|,v
Dcputv Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/9-16-23-30________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ( Mil UJT
:'FLORIDA. IN AND Ml DAW.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Mo.
SALVATORE ZARBO, Plaintiff, vs.
' ELAINE ZARRO. Defendant
To ELAINE ZARBO. 1325; St. Johns
Place. Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED*
file your appearance in the AbofJ
styled cause for divorce on o. before
the 10th day of May, : .,..
Dated ^VVl^HURMAN^
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) _-mma
. Bv WM W STOCK-U\ Deputy ClefU.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
327 CWuroet Bulldlnr
Miami, Florida
4/16-33-10 /7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115843.
NATHAN ABRAMSON. Plaintiff, vs.
SARAH GOLDMAN, also known as
SAKAII GOLDMAN ABRAMSON,
Defendant.
TO: SARAH GOLDSAN
118 Madison Street, N. W. a,
Washington, D. C.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before April 26, 1948. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks In The
Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County, Florida.
E. B. LKATHEK11AS,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COUTIT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 11H23n
EILEEN STAIANO. Plaintiff, vs.
DOMINICK STAIANO, Defendant
TO: DOMINICK STAIANO
27 Sullivan Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the BUI of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before May mth, 1948, otherwise
the. Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order be published once a week for
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
Dade County. Florida
Dated this 8 day of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/9-16-23-30.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to nga_. In
busiuess 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
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MELVIN 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
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADK
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. 1918. 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 Florldlan.
newspaper published in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
Dated this 19 day of March. A. v.
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
arQnovitz. WEINKLE &
ARONOVTTZ
Bolioltors for Plaintiff
3/26 4/2-9-16
Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home
OF MIAMI. INC.
1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE
Bright Cheerful Homelike
INSPECTION INVITED
Strictly kosher meals24 hour nursing care
O
Special diets Reasonable rates
Special care for Cardiac cases
House physician always on call
I. Gertman, Director For information write or phone 82-5395
CAPABLE
EXPERIENCED
RE-ELECT
J. Edwin
LARSON
STATE TREASURER
and
STATE INSURANCE
COMMISSIONER
HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL
Political Adv. Pd. for by
Dade County Friends

.
ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN
DAVID M. PAPY
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
A Civil Engineer with 31 years experience
on public works
Airports Administrative Roads
Drainage Business Bridges
1. Born and reared In Tallahassee. Florida
?8 years of age.
2. Came to Miami in 1929.
3. Civil EngineerContractorFarmer
4. Now In the equipment rental business.
5. 31 years nation-wide experience on pub-
lic works.
6. MarriedTwo children.
A Man Who Will Serve the People
Elected county wide
Pd. PoL Adv.


PAGE SIXTEEN
rjenist fkrid&r
Julius Samuels
Is New Director
Of T Activities
Appointment of Julius Sam-
uels of New York City to suc-
ceed Dan Rosenthal as activities
director of the Miami YM &
WHA was announced this week
by President Leon Kaplan fol-
lowing a special meeting :
"Y" executive committee. R sen-
thai has accepted the position of
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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Samuels is a t
f New Y k
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ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses MescheloM;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Adult
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Congregation Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation. 1101 5.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldnng.
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LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabb
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
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Pe| per waa recently
, | ;urer of Miami Jew-
.; congregation to sue-
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ceed Hyland Ryfa, who ^
his resignation J. q^^
elected to th,,rdofdirecJ
REF ORM
Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.


CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David. 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
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Rabbi David Raab.
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Reception fol-
n.
Jewish Community Center.
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
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NORMAH R. LY0MS
Advocates
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ELECT
MORMAN II. LYQX
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group No. 1
Miami Orthodox Students
Hold Annual Celebration
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World War II
Veteran
'Why Squander Taxes For The Glorification
of Public Servants?"
Elect
ROLAND R.
SWEET
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
ELECT
1 l \\ ill LM
ED MASON
JUSTICE OF PEACE
tricl One
EXPERIENCED
QUALIFIED
VETERAN
a'. Adv.
VOTE FOR
T. I. ADKINS
For
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT No. 1
Expr'ence Eff'-ienry Courtesy and Honesty
Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
1" Yecrr<= Douty Sheriff 3 Years Juve-.ile Officer
Subject to Democratic Primary. May 4th
Paid Political Adv.
:laire weintraue \
Is Supporting <
W. A. (Bill) SHANDS )
for GOVERNOR
I
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Grant
STOCKDALE
YOUR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 4
"Let's Get Some Action"
Pal u
HOMEMAKERS ATTENTION
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF
We Grind
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Free
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF STRICTLY
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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT AND
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Elect
E.W. "ED" DEERIN6
YOUR
SHERIFF ,
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4
A successful business man for a sound busin
administration poiiUoali


FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948
+Jew 1st fhrSdlat)
PAGE SEVENTEEN
An Octogenarian's Debut
Into English Literature
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
"My Four Homes," by Pincus
Puchkoff, is an interesting book
of sketches and memoirs. The
author is well known for his
works in Hebrew and Yiddish and
his devotion to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Pincus Puchkoff is a Hebrew
scholar, a veteran Zionist and
withal a dreamer of the Ghetto.
His devotion and activity in Zion-
ism dates back to the pre-Herz-
lian era, before the term Zionist
was yet coined. He was one of
the Lovers of Zion," the pre-
Ctirsers of Modern Zionism and
the fi: :;t ardent followers of the
immortal Herzl.
Puchkoff emerged as a writer
late in life. He states in all humili-
ty: "1 have never in my life
, dreamed of becoming a writer."
But like the Greek here who as
soon as he touched the soil, he
regained his youth and strength,
apparently this seem miracle hap-
pened to the author. The magic
contact with the soil of the Holy
Land rejuvenated and stimulated
him to creative week. He says: "I
became a writer at the age of
sixty, all because of my seven
months tour of Eretz Israel." He
began to write and enriched our
bilingual literature with two vol-
umes in Yiddish and two volumes
in Hebrew which were received
well by the press and public.
Now, at 79, physically incapac-
itated, the aged savant will not
rest on his laurels. He comes forth
with "My Four Homes" in Eng-
lish. ,>
The book is mostly autobio-
graphical culled from his previous
writings. It contains interesting
chapters about his first homo, his
birthplace, the small Ukrainian
town, Tolni. A town, people and
a way of life which is no more
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alas they were brutally exterm-
inated during the Hitleriun world
catastrophy.
The chapters dealing with
Zionism are highly instructive
and written with an enthusiasm
which is contagious. His descrip-
tion of the Palestine trip is woven
with silken threads of love and
devotion.
On the whole, "My Four
Homes" is an Odyssey of a wan-
tering Jew in quest of a home;
forced to leave his first home, he
finds new homes and learns to
love them. But all the time he
loves, cherishes and longs for the
home of his dreams, an ideal
home in the land of his ancestors,
The style of the book will elicit
severe criticism from English
scholars. It is reminiscent of the
style of the Hebrew writers of
the 19th century. It sounds like a
labored English translation of
idiomatic Hebrew. There is a tir-
ing abundance of Hebrew words
and phases which in some places
interfere with the continuity and
understanding of the text. Some
of the author's translations of He-
brew terms are incorrect. For ex-
ample, he translates: Kovutzsah
(village), Meshov (Hamlet), the
correct translation being: Kovut-
zaha collective agricultural
group, and Moshova cooperative
settlement. The author gives his
reasons for the obsolete style and
interpersion of Hebrew words but
they are not convincing to the
reviewer.
But by and large the book de-
serves and is bound to win a
wide audience, especially among
Zionists and their sympathizers,
who are now more than ever
eager to gain a decent knowledge
of the Zionist ideal.
Pincus Puchkoff has published
all his books including "My Four
Homes" on his own expense and
dedicated their entire income to
the Jewish National Fund, for
the redemption of land in the
Jewish State which is in the pro-
cess of being set up.
Dr. Herman Mechlowilr who
was recently elected exalted
ruler of Miami Beach lodge,
B.P.O. Elks.
RE-ELECT
CLEARY
County
Commissioner
"A Dade County Man
with a Dade County
Heart"
9 Val C. Cleary's 23 years
oi Municipal and County
Executive-Administrative Ex-
perience is Insurance of
Dignified and Capable Re-
presentation for Sound,
Harmonious Government.
No Matter Where you Vote
in Dade County, you can
Vote for Val C. Cleary, Can-
didate in District 5.
PRIMARY MAY 4th
r,l. Pollt. Adv. by Friends of
Val C. Cleary
m
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
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Friday
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OFF THE RECORD
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT .
Belief is prevalent in some
Washington circles that circum-
stances may yet compel another
change in American policy on
Palestine Responsible lead-
ers in both Houses of Congress
and in both major political
parties are said to be unalterably
and bitterly opposed to the idea
of sending American troops to
implement the proposed trustee-
ship plan Since it is apparent
that the special session of the
General Assembly will be dis-
inclined to approve the Ameri-
can plan unless the U.S. pledges
military aid. the Administration
will lace a serious dilemma .
A largo number of small nations
have already been sounded out
by L'.S. sources regarding will-
ingness I act as trustees either
singlj i in njunction with one
. The uniform
reply was: "Vis. if the U.S.
ry aid if we get
uble" ... If there is no
ent on this basic
p plan will
to be abandoned unless one
G t P wers assumes the
ty France is in
accept it .. If

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annex the Arab part of Palestine Sumner V
and let the Jews esl .'. Need Not F
independent state in the an 11 jghton
designated by the U N. \- 0n1
he could do, the argument goes.; p.i.
i .1 .v attack on Ai i "-
on the ground that the c mc< | ,
behind the trusteeship plan
not to abandon partition
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i!PAY, APRIL 16, 1948
-Jmlst) meridian
PAGE NINETEEN
Political Roundup -
Tidbits About Candidates
Ihe public must not take too
the importance of the of-
I nstable," according to
\ Simpson, candidate from
uj Beach. "It requires both
ireement experience and
for the job."
Simpson pointed to his
14 of experience with law
it with the police de-
parts .n of the City of Miami
,ri'l 6 years as chief of
p(,l,, ..- his preparation for of-
fiC
A : ill of Miami Beach for
,),,. 20 years, Simpson is
pggl commander of the
. eterans of Foreign Wars
aml s elected commander of
tl,e \! ii Beach post for ten
.< years. He is past
lit of both the Dade coun-
n of Chiefs of Police
j and i Miami Beach Employees'

Candi ; ite Simpson is a charter
nd past treasurer of
the M Beach Elks, and is a
American Legion, In-
tern, ;i association of Chiefs
of Pnli' Miami Beacn Kiwanis
[club an Le board of directors
of Mi Beach Youth Center,
Inc.
T. I Adkins has announced
I th;il he .11 try again for con-
Istable I the first district for
[which a is defeated by the
[incumln i Constable W. M. Hud-
Ison fou ars ago.
.I Dade county since
11924. has lived in dis-
I e that time with an
[except: f two years. He was
i under Sheriff D. C.
In The Coming Primaries
Coleman for nine vcars and
served two years as assistant
probation officer of the juvenile
court.
Before entering law enforce-
ment Adkins was a real estate
man and also in the dairy busi-
ness. He resides at 465 N.E. 59th
St.
Your Complete Dpartmnl
Stc.-c- With Quality
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Waihinu'oa At*, at 13th St.
Miami Baach
And tor your convenience
Murn.- .'[other's New Ap-
parel i Accessory Store
70 E aglar SU Miami
MY WIFE WA$ CRANKY
A$ A BEAR,
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*HE SAID.
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MIL NERVINE
TO BED.
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SS tcn-8" nerve, make you
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^"NERVINE
"Crime prevention is cheaper
and better than any form of crime
cure, and will be emphasized
when I am sheriff," Candidate I
Ray Mills stated this week.
"As sheriff I will work with
all civic groups that stand fo>-
law enforcement," he said.
Mills pointed out that such
groups as the Juvenile Crime
Prevention Bureau deserve the
support of every police official
and department.
"In my twenty-two years of
law enforcement I have seen too
many cases of bewildered un-
fortunate children in the toils of
law. In most of these cases the
young law breakers were more
misguided and untrained rather
than criminal." Mills declared.
"Proper cooperation between a
Juvenile Prevention Bureau and
an efficient sheriff's office would
have saved most of them."
"Few people realize that the
salt water fishing industry means
an estimated 130 million dollars
annually to the people of the
state of Florida," Ring said. "The
commercial fishing industry
brings in about 30 million dollars.
while it is estimated that sport
fishing produces another 100 mil-
lion dollars in income."
The candidate also pledged his
efforts to establish a state medical
and dental school in Dade county.
Ring stated that it has become ex-
tremely difficult for a resident of
Florida to gain admittance to
schools in other states because
at present they are crowded to
capacity.
Attorney General J. Tom Wat-
son vigorously blasted commun-
ism, labor czars, the sales tax
and Dade's gangster menace in a
series of speeches here this week.
The governor candidate made a
whirlwind tour of the area Wed-
nesday and Thursday.
John R. Ring, candidate for
state representative in group 1,
recently issued a statement urg-
ing that the state conservation
commission be given the power
to protect the salt water fishing
industry.
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
REPAIRS AND
CALL 4-7485
BOOSTERS
DON S. COLEMAN
S. .1. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Baach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools,
ansD ira
Telephone 5-1017
In delivering a withering fire
against communism, Watson told
South Florida voters that the
"closed shop provides communists
with an infiltration medium
through which to take over labor's
ranks and eventually the govern-
ment of the United States as we
have seen it done in countries of
Europe."
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RE-ELECT
HUGH PETERS
to the
COUNTY COMMISSION
14 Years of Able Public
Service to the People of
Dade County as your
Commissioner
"STAHTD PAT
WITH PAT!"
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
raid Political Adv. by Friends of Hl'GH PETERS
l
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Phone 9-7555
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For Prices
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
COUNTY SOLICITOR
FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR
BATTLE AGAINST
ORGANIZED CRIME!
"The way to stop crime is to convict criminals!"
His official record in all cases brought to trial is
92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF
THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S.
That's Why
THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT! j
Support the Dade County Crime Commission
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PAGE TWENTY
Mrs. Malek Hostess
To Sisterhood Group
Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Ernes met at the home of the
president. Mrs. Joseph Malek. last
week. A social hour followed.
Mrs. Sam Geltner rendered the
prayers and Mrs. S. Stone de-
i a membership report.
Policies were formulated as to
the membership campaign of the
group.
Kalers Entertain For
Betrothed Couple
Mr. and Mrs. M I l \ K..^ :
gave a party in h.mor of th
niece Miss Dolly Pont and her
fiance, Dave H irn, prii r t<> their
recent i The affair was
held last < ek in th Ros
banquet room.
Out- I the event
included Mrs. H. Glickser. Mr.
and Mrs Ha ry H irn and M
Jeannette Kuplin, relatives I the
f St. Lou
Shown above are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Greenfied of 2315
Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach,
who recently celebrated their
40th wedding anniversary. A
party was given in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenfield.
For a FREE copy list the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER
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The a> >ou remember ii! Tradi-
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Mother'! clear br.'th cumes to
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MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
will be open for the
HOLIDAYS
SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD
Immediate Reservations SuggestedPhone 5-6761
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The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any
of its advertisers.
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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

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NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
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)AY, APRIL 16, 1948
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a Hcchsher" from an au-
Ltic ,,rthodox Rabbi before it
v be used for Passover. The
^e n-chsher" shall be a part
tl. ,, ginal package. In other
.es, call for information re-
frdim: the Kashruth of the pack-
L lir product
f2 is is forbidden to eat fresh
dry legumes "Kitnios" such
strinfi-beans, green-peas, lima
fcans etc. during Passover Week.
h (jse the MatzG labeled "For
E ver Use Only." Be very
Vrefu. since there are matzos of
Lii-lcnown brands which are
L chenetz use only.
[4 For those who eat whole
Ihcat Matzo during Passover
eck, it is important for them to
now that for the Seder cere-
Lny 1 [ >r the three Matzos of
fce ""K' (dish for tne nead
the table); for the "Korach"
he sandwich) and the Afikom-
) they must use plain Matzo.
15 For bitter herbs, the best
grbs ti be used is "LETTUCE."
brse-radish may also be used,
hit lettui e is preferable.
[6. For sweet herbs or "Kar-
as." you may use the following:
Cery, p tatoes, parsley, radishes.
Mil- bearing the endorse-
ment of the Greater Miami Vaad
gakashri;! 1 may be obtained
Com tin Home Milk and the
Bordens Milk Co. Dairy Products
Passover Information
By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director Greater Miami Vaad Rakashruth
L ah Passover products must may be obtained from the Sunnv
Brook Dairy. Everything is pre-
pared in accordance with the
Jewish Law.
8. Tea and coffee sold by
Flamingo Coffee Co. which bears
the endorsement of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth is
Kosher for Passover.
9. Cake for Passover must
have an endorsement of an au-
thentic orthodox Rabbi. State-
ments, labels or signs "Kosher
1'Pesach," or "For Yom Tov," or
"Passover Cake" does not mean
that it is Kosher. This also ap-
plies to wine, slivovitz and
candies too.
10. The latest time for eating
Chometz this year is Friday, April
23rd 9:16 a.m. The latest time
to dispose of the Chometz is
10:30 a.m.
11. Mechiras Chometz (selling
of the Chometz) may take place
until Friday, April 23rd at 10:30
a.m. but do not leave it to the
last moment. Attend to it early.
12. Friday, April 23rd the
WHOLE DAYit is prohibited
to eat Matzo until the "Seder
Ceremony." From 9:30 a.m. to
3:26 p.m. you may eat Matzo-
pudding, Matzo Kneidlach, pota-
to pudding, boiled potatoes, etc.
and fruits. After 3:26 p.m. until
the Seder Ceremony, only fruits
may be eaten, if necessary.
13. All first born, must fast
the day preceding Passover, Fri-
day, April 23rd unless they take
part in a S'udas Mitzvah such as
a Syum. A Syum will take place
at the various synagogues at Fri-
day morning services.
14. Further information ap-
pertaining to Passover Kashruth
or Kashruth in general may be
obtained by calling 2-7439 or
5-8152.
VOTE FOR
IOHX H. YATES
IA Miami Man for Circuit Judge
Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit,
Dade County. Fla.
1 nd ..f JOHN H. YATKS
March of Dimes
V9etm $123,000
March of Dimes campaign in
Miami officially ended Saturday
with approximately $123,000
raised in Dade county to fiuht
against infantile paralysis.
A. J. Cleary, head of the Mi-
ami chapter of the National
Foundation for Infantile Para-
lysis, stated at the close that
more contributions were still ex-
pected.
Half of the amount donated is
to go to the national foundation
to subsidize research. The re-
mainder will be kept here for
treatment of patients in this area.
Amazing Maurice
Benefits Charities
Morris Cohen, a talented ex-
hibitionist, often compared with
the famous "Dunninger," is offer-
ing his services free of charge to
all organizations in Miami and
Miami Beach when proceeds are
directed to charity.
Groups interested in having his
entertainment for an affair are
advised to contact his manager,
Dick Parter at Station WMBM.
Known as "The Amaxing Maur-
ice," Cohen is in Miami for a
limited time. He recently came
here from the East where he was
acclaimed for his performances
of thought perception and amus-
ing demonstrations of magic.
RE-ELECT
GLENN C. MINCER
Your State Attorney
Mincer hat obtained convic-
tion* in 35 capital cases. He
has never lost any important
case, nor has he ever had a
conviction upset by the Su-
preme Court.
" Pd. Pol. Adv.
Vote for
A. W. (Bert)
SIMPSON
lor
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)
Pjd political Adv.
RE-ELECT
JIMMY
SULLIVAN
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Keep This Good
Worker On Your
County Commission
I. D. Mac Vicar
Veteran of both world wars
Successful businessman
Dade County resident for 29 years
KEEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade
County's drinking water countywide slum
clearance ... supervised playgrounds ... coun-
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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 Tavernier
Former Assistant State
Attorney
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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
i
"HOME MILK
Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
as
Kosher for Passover
The following congregations are affiliated members of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.Rabbi Murray Grauer
Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish CenterRabbi Irving Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
Beth Tfilah CongregationRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. takes personal care
of the order of Kashruth
TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
PHONE 2-7696
MIAMI HOME MILK
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
N. W. 7th Ave. at 24th St

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ELECT
An Accountant
JOHN R. RING
State Representative
Group No. 1
FINANCE and TAXATION are our
Greatest Problems. Include a
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Elect
JOHN II. YATES
as Your Miami Judge
Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit.
Dade County. Fla.
IDHX H VATliS
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
ELECT
Franklin Parson
COUNTY SOLICITOR
Criminal Court of Record
ry for the
past
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Vttorney for
. Service
two
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ELECT .
MAX M. SINGER
your Delegate to the
Democratic National Convention
Fourth Congressional District
Subject to May 4th Pri ary
Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER
If elected I will go to the convention unin.
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as President or Vice President, in recognition oi
an outstanding humanitarian and a great
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tIDAY, APRIL 16, 1948
I'll Say
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
lt. Charleston Community
VIRGINIAI am informed
at the fur is flying in Charles-
g Ci my old town. The
is a seism that has
,t in the ancient con-
B'rith Shalom. One
/rm PAGE TWENTY-THREE
in.
sus '
token
egat"
I :,,, endeavored to change
L rjU.....f the ultra-orthodox
Ll into streamlined conserva-
servicc. The stand-patters
Lve refi- i to budge an inch,
he rebels are consequently pre-
Ljng | uild a new synagogue
ong i in lines; that is, I
|je ,t. ",)Ut a balcony for
.,m.n. bima in the center
the structure.
[he conflict is of interest chief-
reasons. The Jew-
community was founded by
Span h-Portuguese Sep-
Irdmi m 18th century. About
i year
,JJ the first reforms in
' ulaism was attempt-
lent conflict arose
the is ties had to be settled
[hi g Carolina Supreme
|urt i m Re Anker). In 1844
Ortliod seceded (secession
alwaj e favorite device in
fct state und started the pres-
Brith Shalom congregation.
|iw histi -ecms to be repeat-
itseli it with important
Jferenci
(During id after the former
ktrovei i genuine Orthodoxy
lunshcd '. Charleston. Pious
fcn would get out of bed after
dnight ai I recite Chazoth, the
g:c elegii lamenting the de-
letion : Jerusalem and the
Jrn:nK l the Temple. The
1 Kashruth) were ad-
ted to so strictly that two
hochtmi had to supervise each
per while slaughtering cattle.
Irthernm e a shochet had to be
Kent every morning at the
Itcher shop to see that no cus-
)RDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
pv your roof rapalrad now; you
win hv. on now roof lator
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AL MtiOENBERQ, Ownor
tomer received other than purely
Kosher meat. On Sabbaths and
holidays the well filled synagogue
had a venerable atmospherethe
dignified white bearded patri-
archs were reminiscent of Vilna
of Kiev, of Warsaw. On Satur-
day virtually all the retail stores
in Charleston were closed. At the
turn of the century, oldtimers
still say, long rows of negroes
smelling of fertilizer mined out
of phosphate rock, would line up
in the street on Saturdays wait-
ing until sundown for "jew
Jacob" to open up his department
store.
Obviously there was a cause
and a meaning for the bitterness
that followed any attempt to dis-
rupt the vital orthodoxy that
was so firmly entrenched.
But the older order changeth
and gone are the snows of yester-
years. The Spanish-Portuguese
Sephardic, together with their
arrogance and grandezza, have
all but disappeared. Their
synagogue, the stately Kahal
Kodesh Beth Elohim, dedicated
by Governor Moultrie of Revolu-
tionary fame, is now just another
Rapid Reform Temple.
And what have the present
generation of the B'rith Shalom
preserved out of their past tradi-
tions? Can one sense today the
holiness that once hovered over
their synagogue during the High
Holy Days? The old arsenal of
Orthodoxy which once harbored
Hebrew learning, a spirit of
sanctity, the traditional piety that
could bear martyrdom without
flinching, is now an empty ware-
house.
So what is all the raucus about?
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Fishing Tourney Entries
Unhampered by Weather
The 13lh annual Metropolitan
Miami $15,000 Fishing tourna-
ment is in us fmal days of
its 99-day schedule that de-
spite sever ,| recent days of strong
winds and inclement weather.
finds the men, women, and chil-
dren rod and reel anglers regis-
tering highly creditable catches
for citations, prizes and trophies.
H. H. Hyman, general chairman
of the tourney since its incep-
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tourney already was assured of a
record participation, a record
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even a greater international in-
terest than in the past. The
event, the world's oldest con-
secutive rod and reel fishing com-
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did n>t halt during World War
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18, with final official standings
'o be announced on April 25.
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Homea or Inveatmenta
B. E. BHONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Truetworthy Service"
Are the dissenters truly rebels
who long "for a ritual that would
express their genuine spiritual
yearnings? Or do they merely
wish to sit with their spouses,
who in tifrn envy or criticse the
clothes worn by other women en
Yom Kippur. Perhaps they want
the service shortened to leave
enough time for a card party?
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
rjenislinoridrian
Beach School
Stages Carnival
A gala carnival and fun-fest,
first of its kind in six years, will
be staged on the grounds of the
South Beach Elementary school
at Lenox Ave. and 4th St., Mi-
ami Beach, Saturday.
Sponsored by the school's PTA.
the carnival jubilee will run
from 12 noon to 5 p.m. There arc
no admission charges. The proj-
ect will raise funds primarily for
the school's care of its many
underprivileged.
Carnival chairman is Mrs.
Louis Haffner. the PTA vice pres-
ident and chairman of room
mothers. Assisting Mrs. Haffner
is a large group of PTA members
in charge of the various circus
sideshows and novelty attrac-
tions. They include Mrs. Harry
Feldman, Mrs. Morris Guilds,
Mrs. Harry Pato, Mrs. Jack
Cherin, Mrs. Ben Teitel, Mrs. Si-
mon Moscow.
Door manager for the magi-
cian's tricks of "The Amazine
Maurice" will be Mrs. Lewis
Gerould, second grade teacher at
the South Beach school. In charge
of the traditional pink lemonade,
soda pop and hot dog conci
are Mrs. Joseph Banowitz. Mrs
Albeit Edelman and Mrs. Abra-
ham Shapiro.
The public is invited.
"vote for
.LiOIIX II. VATKS I v ,
Sports
Harold Rosenberg, a c imbina-
tion pitcher and outfielder of the
Kiwanis League in Brooklyn, re-
ported this week to th Bi i kayn
Dodgers tryout camp Cam-
bridge, Md. Ho is a former team-
mate of Herb Cohen who recent-
ly signed with the Ni w York
Giants.

Stan Schaffer wound up his
basketball carer, al Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute in sensa-
tional fashion. S
lvn boy from James Mi
High school, who stand
captain of the R.P.I, team during
the recent season. He was good
for 132 points in 16 gi > s, ni
which the team won 9.
tossed In 47 field B *
fouls His av rage fr >m the field
was tops for th( c ub ivil '
percent. He also made
seventy-oni percent ol his
The best mark on I
*
Larry Sher of St. L u
went to the final round ol the
Boy's National Table Tennis
Tournament condu lum-
bus, Ohio, this wei
featcd by Morris Johnson for the
championship 21-16, 21-12 and
21-13. In the women's di\
Miss Beba M mness of N .' V rl
icored a lv in
the tourney wh n i hi d wned
Miss Leah Thai, the 194*3 Worn-
Table Ti
Overseas Veteran. World War II
Circuit Judge, Group 7
11th Judicial Circuit.
Dade County. Fla.
im. for by friend of JOHN H 1 ATBS
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THANK YOU!
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For the enthusiastic support you have given
me during my wonderful week in Dade
County. I'll be back to see you before elec-
tion day. May 4th.
AGAIN I SAY THANK YOU!
_ FULLER WARRE_N_
YOUR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
Paid Political Adv.

Hear MARSH discuss
your problem in selecting
a Circuit Judge over
WIOD on lollowing
dates:
April 12, 6:40 P.M.
April 21, 8:55 A.M.
April 29, 11:30 P.M.
May 1, 9:55 A.M.
May 3, 11:25 P.M.
JOHN D. MARSH
A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1)
who believes that justice should be adminis-
tered fairly and impartially regardless of
person, condition, race, or creed without ex-
horbitant cost to the litigants. One who is open-
ly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil.
Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Marsh
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mTw York City is that Schayes.raved about AdolphT^J*
*....... ^cirotHailmolyear and is anxious tA^*
' N.Y.U. center ?<
will do his future basketballing
for the New York Knickcrbock-
Coach Joe Lapchick has draft choice.
ers.
W. M. COOK, leading rider
for the 1947'48 Florida season
and now top man among the
jockeys active at Tropical Park
where the session terminates
Saturday. April 17.
his future basketball lot with the
Phillips 66 Oilers. If he should
be offered a position with the
Oilers he will become the first
Jewish ball player to join the
ranks of the perennial A.A.U.
hoop champions. The betting in
day night 57-56, in a hotly con-
tested basketball game. Schayes
has expressed his desire to cast
Your Vote Will be
OKAy If You
RE-ELECT
KENNETH OKI
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
"A Record of Service, Honesty and
Accomplishment"
Paid for by Friend?, of Kenneth |
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with elevi n p lints as
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LET'S PROMOTE A MAN WHO'S BEEN
TRAINED
For the Job of
GOVERNOR
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Few men hove ever brought to the office
of Governor of our stole, the experience...and, first-hand
knowledge of our state government that Colin English will
bring to the state capitol when he is elected Florida's next
Governor! He has proved his ability as a leader, a
state an and an executive. He is the one candidate who,
for the past eleven years, has been trained for the "job"
of Governor. He is the one man wJio can take over the
reins of Chief Executive of the Stole of Florida without any
loss of valuable timel
His experience and knowledge of state
governmental affairs have been gained through his eleven
continuous years of successful service as a member of the
Governor's Coblnet, ond.other important state boards and
commissions, during the administrations of three governors.
We Floridians, who are paying for this
advertisement, ore privileged to express the strong
conviction of the thousands of other men and women of
our slate who believe that the best interests of ALL Florida,
will be served by voting for and electing ..
GOVERNOR
* listen to
Coiin *"*
NiondayNlgW
at 8.00 'do*
over the State
ft*C Net***
At The May 4h Democratic PrimarJw
Writ* Colin fngfiih Htadquarttrt,
tol/ohoiitt, far a copy of nil JJ
polotproarom for a gr.altr Florida.
COLIN ENGUfl
Has A Plan To..,
Assure our cortinued PI',i
education.
Avoid NV M* les v***0
to t general safes tii.
.Establish needed hospiU
medical, no'S""l. tt,
veterinary schools*'*"*1"*
Aid citrus, livestock ind **
fanners.
. Expand our ***J8
super -h4ghwy toad P'
dain for veterans i""1'"
benefits.
Pay the maxmum allo",l"e
age assistance.
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.ndtotonservenatun'
.Appoint and etPPloM^
women in publ* oft* J
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saasg
ports ot entry.
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Paid, for by the- Miami Beach Friends
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