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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[UM 21NUMBER 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
lanah Forces
iture Palestine's
thesf Port City
Lfa An Arab spokesman
[last night that the Arabs
get out of this port city, one
|e richest prizes in the Holy
fs civil war.
eanah ,'.>rces sei7ed control
fday of Haifa after heavy
Kght f:j!hting which began
IWcdmsday afternoon.
request of the British,
nah. the Jewish military
issued a cease-fire order.
hns handed the Arab Na-
il conwttee included:
firmament of all Arab forces
fcurreirliT of all arms.
^eduin of movement in all
of Haifa with an end to
ng and roadblocks,
jivery ol all foreign Arab
to Haganah for immedi-
eportation.
bender of all German Nazis.
14-hour curfew during which
lArab disarmament will be
ed out.
persons to return to their
pursuits,
(guarantee that Arabs can
on their lives and work as
land equal citizens of Haifa
|enjoy all municipal services.
security of Haifa outside
zones to be maintained
aganah.
vish forces in the Jerusalem
this week repulsed two
Arab attacks and in at
| one instance sent the guer-
(forces reeling back.
major Arab defeat came
Je Poale Mizrachi settlement
eve Yaacob, five miles north
fcrusalem. The raid, led by
| Ghoury, member of the Pal-
Arab Higher Committee,
p henchman and newly-ap-
pd military commander of
Jerusalem Arab forces, re-
in a number of casualties
he Arab forces including the
of one Briton and several
who led the attack in a
(tred Jewish armored car.
M Jewish Floridian offices
be closed on Friday,
30th, conclusion of the
over holidays.
1 news copy for publica-
w that issue must be in
Advertising columns
[later than Tuesday 3 p.m.
LIBERATION IN PHARAOHS TIME -
jqif8 PASSOVER n tltfl
S. Trusteeship Suggestions Omit Implementation Plan
JKE SUCCESS, (JTA) A
fed plan designed to facili-
pscussion by the United Na-
!of a temporary trusteeship
nesting was presented Tues-
Py the U.S. delegation to the
fal c,nmittee of the special
fal Assembly session. How-
tne P'an does not specify
I* trusteeship decision would
wlemented.
[Presenting the plan. Warren
7n' chief U.S. delegate to
., pointed out that its pro-
a,e "tentative sugges-
T1"' document, he said,
not be regarded as a
American proposal, but
I as a basis for discussion.
P"y. the plan provides:
*ne terms of trusteeship for
ir,e should be approved
Fut prejudice to the rights,
' or Position of the parties
Pned. or to the character of
J^ntual political settlement."
^united Nations, acting
P lr;e Trusteeship Council,
V* the administrative au-
ff for Palestine. It will as-
sure the territorial integrity of
Palestine against any threat of
aggression, and will appoint a
Governor-General in whom will
be vested wide powers and who
will be responsible for the main-
tenance of internal law and order.
3. The Governor-General will
organize a volunteer force to pro-
vide for local defense. Until such
time as the force shall be able
to function effectively, or if sub-
sequent to such time a situation
arises with respect to which the
force requires assistance, the
Governor-General may call upon
certain governments to assist in
the defense of Palestine or in the
maintenance of law and order in
the country. The countries upon
whom the Governor-General may
call for military aid are not spec-
ified in the American plan, but
it is assumed that they will be
the United States, Britain and
France.
4. Immigration into Palestine
shall be permitted, without dis-
tinction between individuals as
to religion or blood, in accord-
ance with the absorptive capacity
of Palestine as determined by the
Governor-General. It shall be
subject to the requirements of
public order and security and of
public morals and public health.
5. As a temporary measure, the
immigration of a fixed number
of displaced Jews on a monthly
basis, for a period not to exceed
two years, shall be permitted
into Palestine. The number of
such immigrants is to be agreed
upon later. The selection and ad-
ministration of the immigration
of displaced Jews shall be con-
ducted by the Governor-General
in consultation with the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization and
representatives of the commun-
ities of Palestine.
6 The Governor-General shall
establish and maintain a land
system appropriate to- the needs
of Palestine, in which there shall
be no limitation on the sale, pur-
chase, lease or use of land which
discriminates on grounds of race,
nationality, community or creed.
However, under the authority of
the Governor-General, adequate
measures shall be taken to assure
protection for the interests of
small owners or tenants in cases
of transfer of arable or grazing
lands.
7. The Governor-General shall
appoint a commission of impartial
experts, who shall be neither
Arab nor Jew, to recommend the
criteria upon which the land sys-
tem described above shall be
based.
With regard to the length of
the trusteeship period, the U.S
plan provides that the U.N. trus-
teeship shall terminate either as
soon as the General Assembly has
approved a plan of government
agreed to by Arabs and Jews, or
after the expiration of three
years if the Trusteeship Council
agrees upon a plan of govern-
ment which is approved by a ma-
jority of both the Arab and Jew-
ish communities of Palestine. The
approval of the inhabitants of
Palestine would be signified in al
plebiscite conducted by the Gov-
ernor-General.
During the trusteeship period,
the Government of Palestine
shall be composed of the Gov-
ernor-General, a cabinet respons-
ible to a bi-cameral legislature,
the legislature, and a judiciary.
Pending formation of a cabinet
and legislature, the Governor-
General shall be assisted by an
advisory council, which shall
function until such time as, in the
opinion of the Governor-General,
the citizens of Palestine demon-
strate their willingness to co-
operate in a cabinet and legisla-
ture, or in any other form of
government on which both the
Jewish and Arab communities
have agreed.
The advisory council shall be
composed of the permanent chiefs
of the administrative depart-
ments of the government and of
representative Palestinian citi-
zens appointed by the Governor-
General from each community.
The Governor-General would be
(Continued on Page 4)



PAGE TWO
JNWA To Hear
Schlossberg At
Third Sedar
Annual third seder of the
ish N v
will be he'.a u Sunday
evening. 8 p.m. in the E
M Beach, sponsored
by the Bialick and Ben Gurion
Joseph Schlossberg.
of the N'a:. r..'. L
for Pali it m speak-
er for the evening. Cat
singer, will conduct the se.
Rabb: Max Shapiro '. C
gation Beth David will be
man and I eve-
ning Services from the Hagaddah
will be entirely in v per-
formed by men INWA
General secretary-tn
the A- ng ''' le-
ers of America for m
quarter of a century, Sen] ssberg
was a delegate to the Congress
of the I nternational Clot h i .-. g
Federation held at
Copenhagen in 1920. Prominent
ir. th< I N '
.'. nmittei Palest
1923.
the World Cong:- ;.
.-.eld in Berlin in 1930.

in :934.
A u. '. n ".-.
Jo lottberg
rticles
_" -;
..-> and His
I
r -.. intmi nt M La-

f Highei E
1940: ai
for C r.z a Mar.
t in 193 a the
Labor party ti
Cant V an R C A V
it is also '
?r:t:c of the Jew:- .-.nd a
ecturer on Jewish folk
and Palestin The can-
;: past pres:dent of the Can-
' : C'-.T.-
ada.
CO*DM/VS
All The Latest
It I C OIt I s
Also
. I E WIS II &
II l II It I \\
RECORDINGS
GWDWS
1224 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Miss Dorothy Golden
Heads Hono Society
Miss Dor tl Golden, da..
:' Mr and Mrs Edward Golden
:' 1040 S.W. 6th St was recent-
ly elected president of Sandals
Honorary Leadership societ
Duke university wh
freshman The .- ciety is dedicat-
ed on cam:. I the premises of
scholarship, character, leadership
.ce.
JSSBNeedT
Substitute Mothers
Service Bureau
v
bor of love and be paid
-. -
Director
r.eeds
i and
It
Dducting hoi life and
t were your own
iisor-
ulting
ther in
"
I Our
i be ready
: step into circle
good

' "
to be
one v & and
:: h I
i way
: life T::r jgh ..ce as
a subsl the bureau
flaring her
..quir-
ing ": other
i experi-
ence sul Hitute mother
plan. Any pers r. interested, is
I the Jewish Social
S< vice Bureau (phone 3-5377
;.nd arrange for an interview.
Fashion Fantasle
Re-Scheduled
Jun:or Hadassah's Fashion Fan-
,nd dance, originally sched-
uled for last weekend but post-
poned due to inclement weather.
re held this Sunday. April
25.
Planned for the outdoor patio
of the International Cabana club.
4323 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
arrangements are being made to
i prevent a repetition of last week's
disappointment by providing an
indoor quarters, ac-
og | Miss Lillian Aronson.
'. the affair.
The various members of the
ring group will model
:-. ? clothes around the dial.
lounging pajamas to eve-
ning clothes.
Temple Youth Dance
First annual spring dance pre-
sented by the Temple Israel youth
group May 1 at 8 p.m.
Arrangements have been made
for an orchestra, entertainments,
refreshments and prizes. Tickets
are S 75 -stag" and $1.00 "drag."
55*1*5^9,
Kadimah Party
Kadiman cnapter. Pioneer
Women's organization, will
sor a games party at the L rd
Tarleton hotel. April 27 at 8:30
The public is invited to at-
tend free of charge.
For real
Holiday Enjoyment!
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
MATZOHS
"The Matzoh with the Taste"
AlsoMatzoh Meal. Cake Meal. Efl
Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other
high quality food products nearly
a score of superior Passover foods
that enhance Holiday menus!
Visual Conversation For
Children Emphasized
emphasis upon visual con-
servation for school children is
to result from the ar.iual South-
" rn Educational Congress of
Optometry at Charlotte. N. C
Monday. Tuesday and Wednes-
( this week, revealed Dr
Charles Beckwitt, Miami, who
represented the Southeast Flor-
ida Optometric Association at the
ence. Dr. Beckwitt report-
ed the theme of the convention
ed conservation of vision
and visual education, especially
among children.
In his report to the SFOA. Dr
Beckwitt stated that "to teach
people to see better than they do
is the effort currently being
d in the scientific pro-
gram of the optometric profes-
sion."
Harry Gordon
of the
Gordon Funeral
Home
Will Appreciate Your Vote
and Support oi
Distributed by
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC
690 N. W. 13th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 2-7405
JOS. L doe) PLUMMER
Member
Board of Public Instruction
Dade County
DISTRICT No. FOUR
A Sacctulal Busintumaa lot
AdminUltalica of Sciool Batmu
"I think that he it eminently
Tumlified for thu position *nd
will gi. Dade County f.,
superior *dministrtk>n than
hreofore."
1 Political AHv
"FLYING ANTS- ,, ^
TERMITES
PROTECT TOUR PROHTt
WITH OUR BONDED
F. H. A. TERMS
CALL US TODAV
iKHMCtiant end tinta**,
Wilfct Oel^ohoM
ATS ROACHES
ANTJ
449 W. FLAQLER
Phone >.n
123 22nd S'REET
Phone 5-i528
Miami Bei:n
Since
ORKIN
1901
COMPLETE PESTCONTtd
For a Sober, Dignr&d
Administration end a Su^
erintendent oi whom yoi
can be proud
ELECT
HORACE F.
MITCHELL
SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
DADE COUNTY
A Vote lor MITCHELL Is a Vote for BETTER SCHOOLS
' CO-*'
l*C*
4 f&*
*.<"
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)AY, APRIL 23, 1948
*Je*ist> rhridUari
PAGE THREE
Irandeis Camp
>inmittee
[eets Tuesday
tabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
the Brandeis Camp Institute
holarship Committee of the
onist Youth Commission, an-
lunced that the committee will
let with persons who desire to
tome applicants for Brandeis
Institute, on Tuesday,
U 27th at 8 p.m. at Temple
Lth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.,
|ani Beach.
Former campers who have been
vited to De present at this
petinK and who will tell their
periences at Brandeis Camp
Ititute are: Toby Cooper,
friam Brauner, Selma Lewis,
lul Genet, Beverly Raphael,
Why Sussman, Charles Free-
lid, Mrs. Alfred Karg.
Persons interested in attending
fandeis Camp Institute need not
affiliated with any Zionist
kuth Group, Rabbi Kornish ad-
es. The important quality is
desire to serve the Jewish
ople. A vibrant personality,
friamic leadership qualities,
upled with an interest in Jew-
community life and current
(fairs are the necessary posses-
pns required of a Brandeis Camp
btitute candidate. The age
Inge of candidates is 18-25
bars.
The Brandeis Camp Institute
cholarship Committee, who will
fcview applications are Rabbi
eon Kronish, chairman; Dr. E.
Edelman, Mrs. H. C. Moser,
lurray Goodman, Mrs. Jandon
chwarz and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
eadline for applications is April
Ml
Beach Elks Women
Install Mrs. Freeman
fallned Middle-Aged Woman
Fishes to share her lovely horn
Ifith Congenial middle-aged cou-
ble. All home privilegesKosher
^itchen. S. W. section.
CALL 4-7027
VOTE FOR
JOI1V H. YATES
Miami Man for Circuit Judge
Group 7, 11th Judicial Circuit
Dnde County* Fla.
P<] for by friend of JOHN H. TATES
Mrs. David H. Freeman
Mrs. David H. Freeman was
installed as president of the Anna
Miller Circle of Miami Beach,
Monday, April 12, at the Miami
Beach Lodge of Elks.
Officers installed at the same
time with Mrs. Freeman were
Mrs. Israel Toby, first vice presi-
dent; Miss Dorothy Diamond,
second vice president; Mrs. Ar-
thur Olden, recording secretary;
Mrs. David Hey man, treasurer;
Mrs. Jesse Kabat, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Harry Gold, inner
guard; Mrs. Louis Lustig, chap-
lain; Mrs. Meyer Leibovit, his-
torian.
Directors for the coming year
are Mrs. Edward Morgenstern,
Mrs. Evelyn Storch, Mrs. Frances
E. Silverman, Mrs. Lew Welch
and Mrs. John Peters.
Mrs. Freeman will attend the
State Elks Convention to be held
at Key West, April 24 through 27.
FCC Denies
Radio License To
N. Y. Daily News
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the executive committee of
the American Jewish Congress,
declared today that the Federal
Communications Commission de-
cision denying an FM radio li-
cense to the New York Daily
News and its action in restor-
ing the American Jewish Con-
gress' evidence of the Daily
News' policies to the record of
the case "is an encouraging sign
of the determination of the FCC
to prevent the most effective
medium of communication from
being used for the dissemination
of racial and religious prejudice."
Two vital facts are emphasized
by this decision, said Rabbi Mil-
ler. "The most virulent racial
propaganda today comes not from
the rabble-rousers who rant at
meetings but from far more re-
spectable sources which dissemi-
nate subtle and, thus, far more
dangerous racist views through
mass media of communication.
"At the same time, the FCC has
recognized the American Jewish
Congress' contention that when
a newspaper applies for a radio
license, its 'character' as an in-
strument of public service, must
be as fully considered as when
the FCC considered the character
of any other applicant. This de-
cision is thus highly encouraging
to all who are concerned with
preserving the free communica-
tion of ideas in a free market,
unpolluted by the virus of racist
propaganda.
"We hope this decision further
indicates the determination of the I
FCC to maintain its present policy .
of banning editorializing on the'
air by the owners of radio sta-
tions."
Mrs. Udell Hostess
Mrs. Jack Udeli of 241 28th
St., Miami Beach, was hostess
to the officers and bob.rd of di-
rectors of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, at a luncheon
in her home on Tuesday after-
noon.
For Passover Pleasure
and
Good Nourishment!
BREAKSTONE'S
FARMER CHEESE
CREAM CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM
SWEET RIJTTER
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
And All Year'Round
CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN
OF NEW YORK
Bo sure that the name
5tkea$dfone
appoars on *wy product
Miami Hadassah Group
Hears Modeling Expert
Miss Patricia Vance, Powers
model and director of the Patricia
Vance modeling and charm
school, will address the next reg-
ular cultural meeting of the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
Division, Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah. The group will meet in
the new Y on Monday evening,
April 26th, at 8:30 p.m.
Miss Vance is to discuss make-
up, hairstyling, clothes, acces-
sories and other phases of beauty
and charm.
In charge of arrangements for
the affair is Miss Lillian Drex-
ler. The meeting is open to the
public and members are cordial-
ly invited to bring their friends.
?
ROUND THE CLOCK
fashions
That will instantly establish your
reputation for individuality
DAYTIME AND EVENING DRESSES
SUITS COATS FURS
LINGERIE ACCESSORIES
AND SPORTSWEAR
All Moderately Prieed
duPONT BLDG., MIAMI
America?* Finest Fashions
-. 3

K
ti.
Fuller Warren Says:
"I am absolutely opposed to a general
sales lax, and as governor will veto any bill
imposing such a tax."
VOTE FOR .. .
FULLER WARREN
UR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
Paid Political Adv.
^^^_ ELECT
^^B ESTIL H. LANHAM
B Justiee of I lie Peaee
^**H DISTRICT ONE
' rr^k (NORTH DADE COUNTY AREA)
^r a^Bl Choose a Fellowman From
v\ S^ Your Ranks!
ailia Paid Political Adv.

ELECT
CLYDE A.
EPPERSON
STATE SENATOR
FARM Born and Raised
Veteran Awarded Purple Heart
Lawyer and C.P.A.
Outstanding Civic Leader
PROPOSES:
Veteran's Bonus
Medical and Dental College in Dade County
Increase in Old Age Pensions
Equal Distribution of Tax Revenue
LIVED IN DADE COUNTY A QUARTER OF A CENTURY
I'd for by a Friend
ELECT McCARTY GOVERNOR


VAGE FOUR
*Jenitf fhrAMar
SSSLS^l
EDITORIAL
liberation
Ever, as Moses standing on Mount Nebo
sew the Promisee Land which he was not per-
mitted to enter, so today the displaced Jews of
the world have seen the vision of a new State
in Palestine, but have not yet witnessed its recl-
.zaticn.
The age-old story which we retell at the
Seder table strangely paxcdlels the trials end
ufiaringa :: tboM who nave HMtiSsd the Nazi
terror -r. Europe. Ever, as our foretamers wandered
in the desert lot forty years, the DRs of our tirr.e
have spent almost forty noatha smce the end
::' the wax .:. Ih wrfldWttUM oi doubl and despair.
The United lewiefa Appeal is American
lewiy i xnewet to the needs of the Jews of the
rorla. .' if ova answer :o the call oi those who
build and defend the Jewish bomsland in Pales-
tine to these in Europe who ere waiting theh
turn for admission :o :ne United States, Palestine,
cr.o other kmds and to those who are rebuilding
their lives in their European homelands. This
years campaign at the "JJA has set as its mini-
mum goal i:l III III me largest amount ever
sought by a voluntary relief cgency in the U.S.
This is much more than an extraordinary effort
to provide relief and charity. I: is a campaign to
build a oew and secure future for the Jewish
people :t the world.
UJA funds this year will be used to strenathen
and secure the foundation of the new Jewish state.
They will re used to take care of 75,000 im-
aing 24.000 orphaned children.
KICKING IT AROUND

who will arrive in Palestine during 1948. They
will be used to purchase and improve land for
I.S. Suggests
TrustM Flans
settlement They will be used to aid tk.
of the Jewish state. ** **J
Through the Joint Distribution Com-
funds of the United Jewish Appeal 3"^*l
quarter million Jews in DP camps to
themselves for better lives in new ho
They wJl be given the food and slo&T'l
need, the training and spiritual guidon 1
require to build secure futures for themspl? 1
830.000 Jews in the countries of Ecstern F ^
the JDC meani support and assistance din*!?'
critical period of economic and social cwL'
brings them an opportunity to re-establish?)
selves as independent. self-reliant meow!
society. ^*W
To those who seek haven in our own*,
try. the United Service for New American
ported by UJA funds, arts as a guide andW
during the difficult days after arrival
Service stands by the refugees until than!
ready to resume independent lives, and1
their own contributions toward a otowHtv.
America.
The UJA depends on the Jews of n
to provide the funds needed for the work
three constituent agenciesthe United
Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee a,
United Service for New Americans. Withoe;
full support, these agencies cannot function,
At this Passover season, when we cshJ
the deliverance of our people over three tW
years ago, we have an opportunity to contS
to their new struggle for freedom and m.
Their struggle is ours, for as long as Jewish &Z
and oppression exist on the face of the <1
none of us can long be secure.
:
Congress Ladies
Present Slate
the ::
rteguiar meeting
Reception Tendered
Dr. Chaim Tchernowitz
A farewell party and reception,
e tendered Wednesday eve- j
Ding in the Grossinger-Pancoast
tel t r Dr, Chaim Tchernowitz,
Bid Monday, April juished scholar and only
the -Wise Men of.
Local friends of Dr.
Trusteeship .
C -:..-. and : i:" Chapter .Florida Women'i
rican Jewish Con-
sld Monday, April oi
1^0 pan. m the Muur ror of
-'--. 1536 Bay Road, gdesss. U
"- ...-- -.r.,.^_ with ::.-i. CiarenrP r-,r,r, ^; Tcnerr. .witl
Mrs. Samuel Lipton. is as fol-
lows: honorary president. Mrs
K.-ieger; president. Mrs
:& Ghckman: vice presi-
dents. Mrs. Benjamin Feld. Mrs
John Soifer. Mrs. William Loeb.
Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and Mrs
Saul Braida: treasurer. Mrs. A
Les'Pr <;- j..... : "*"*. nas announced
oes.er b.epner. recording secre- that reservations will close April
j -Gen- '"-" Mrs. Clarence Conn, presi-
lent, presiding. The agenda will
staff include annual reports by the
*''- -: .-Gen- eommittee chairmen, and' the
U be indi- electi Q of officers for 1
r.g year.
I the leg- Slate to be presented bv the
.
a -"- res, com-
itizens 25
--- or older, elected
..all be a geo-
5 .. com-
.-. cit-
in equal nu
:' thi
The : rn I I th h i
be "..-.
The- G vernor-General may at
any ti lature
He may d.sapprove a bill intro-
duced in the legislature. He may
issue his own orders which shall
become law when the legislature
is suspended. He, or a person
designated by him, shall preside
over the Senate and shall cast a
deciding v te in the event of a
tie. He would also have the pow-
er of pardun and reprieve.
If. in the opinion of the Gov-
ernor-General, the administration
of Palestine is being seriously
obstructed by non-cooperation or
Interference on the part of per-
sons or groups in Palestine, the
Governor-General during the
period of such an emergency can
take such measures and enact by-
order such legislation as he may
deem necessary to cope with the
situation. Such orders will super-
sede all legislation to the con-
tary.
As the representative of the
UN. in Palestine, the Governor-
General is authorized to conduct
the external affairs of the coun-
try and may sign treaties on be-
half of Palestine. He is also re-
sponsible for the organization of
local governments in Palestine
with a view toward encouraging
maximum cooperation between
Jews and Arabs. Local auto-
nomous units are to enjoy wide
powers of government and ad-
ministration in accordance with
Palestine laws.
have been invited
ttend the affair in his h~nor
which begins at 8 30 p.m.
Denver Home Announces
Installation Luncheon
dren at Denver will hold its an-
nual installation luncheon Tues- j
day. May 4 at noon in the Shel- j
borne hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs
M B. Ross will install the new
sfficers.
Mrs. John Feller, chairman for'
the afternoon, has announced
30. Those contemplating attend-
ance are advised to call Mrs Mel
Crane at 9-6794.
A program has been arranged.
tary. Mrs. Frederick Grossberg:
financial secretaries. Mrs. Manuel
Tanenbaum and Mrs. Lillian
Swift; corresponding secretaries
Mrs. Herbert Glickman. Mrs I--
win Teplis and Mrs. Murray
Maurer: auditor. Mrs. Harry
Koretsky.
Board of directors includes:
Mr. ',.,- ei, M r. Wing a third seder Sunday at
30 p.m. in their lyceum. 1545
; ; S.W 3rd St The program will
l-nc.ude reading of the modem'
Hagaddah.
Reservations for the affair are
M rris Jacobs
Workmen Circle Seder
Workmen circle, branch 699 of
; Miami, and the women's club are
Third Seder
At II i I lei House
Hillel foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami is holding a
third Passover seder Wednesday
evening. 6 p m., sponsored by all
the B'nai B'nth lodges of Greater
Miami, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Albert Michels.
director of Hillel. Emma Lazarus
chapter has made it possible for
10 Jewish patients of Pratt Gen-
eral hospital to attend the event.
The program includes a tradi-
tional seder with student par-
ticipation, a Passover dance
pageant and puppet show. Elya
Ben Hur is in charge of the pro-
gram and Marion Cohen will lead
in community singing.
A silver loving cup has been
donated by the Richter family of
Miami in honor of Robert Riehter
who was killed in action during
World War II. The cup will be
awarded to the Jewish organiza-
tion who presents the most origin-
al set of costumes in keeping
with the spirit of the holiday.
Attendance is limited to stu-
dents of the university.
Center Sedorin
Over 200 people are anticipaj
both Friday and Saturday i^J
to attend the sedo.-im of Mia
Beach Jewish Community Caa
sponsored by the Sisterhood j
the congregation. Rabbi Irrai
Lehrman will conduct serrin-
assisled by Cantor Jacob Y. 0#]
ring.
Mrs. Ira Walsey. SjKiW
president, is in charge ofamnK-
ments.
JWV Brown Post
Norman Bruce Brown pott fa
174, of the Jewish War Veteran,
will meet Monday at the Work-
men's circle lyceum. 1545 S.W.
3rd St. Principal discussion
the agenda is the current blood
bank program of the poll
v.V : to Mrs.
.. n. a; 3-2657.
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man. Mrs. ReBir.a SVh.l!tz ..
J"S I.JESSm. Mr. A'
Urn t>ul. di/Kr. jgi-?T*
Tohn JS.,Sa.L~n'rt K!mba"
M: I
Aged Auxiliary Meeting
Miami ladies auxiliary to the;
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold their regular meeting Tuei-
day'.April 27 at 1p.m. in the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. 590 SW. i7th Ave. R/{r4_'
ments will be served.
Temple Ladles
Install May 3
Installation luncheon for Tern-'
Pe Israel Sisterhood will take
Place Monday. May 3 at the
Beth' AR'Chr h0te1' Mia-
Beach. According to Mrs. Isaac
Levin, newly elected president
of the group, the afternoon is to
Da/theme. Ut ** 3 Mother>s
Mrs. Elry Stone. Mrs. H. B.
Jaeob Election
Annual election of Beth Jacob
congregation will take place at
the synagogue Sunday at 8 p.m
Members are urged to be pres-
ent.------... stung, Mfs Jj
Reports of the various com- and\W &i,-Clman Zwit"an
mittee. and the year's activitv cha-BP of ^ Singer are'"
of the synagogue will be ren- aervfLn. arran8efnenU. Re.
dered- i- -no.m.'.y 5? made by call
David Sisterhood Plans
Annual Donor Luncheon
Annual donors luncheon for
the Beth David Sisterhood will
be held May 12 in the Bay room
of the McAllister hotel at 12:30
p.m.
Suzi Belle will be presented in
"Children's Fashions of Today,"
featuring mother and daughter
outfits.
Models participating are chil-
dren of Beth David members, in-
cluding Sandra Atkins. Elaine
August, Sharon Badanes, Toby
May Bermann, Bobby Bermann,
Helen Goldstein, Joan Pearlstein,
Jane Safer, Ruth Spirer, Robert
Stepkm and Ruth Stiebel.
Reservations may be made by
3-0837. or Mrs. Ben Hertz, 9-4075
Labor Zionists
Form Conneil
A Labor Zionist council ti|
Greater Miami was organ
Tuesday, April 13 for the variosj
local Zionist groups. Represent-!
ed at the council meeting e|
the Jewish National Workers Al-
liance, Bialick and Ben GunS
branches; Pioneer Women, cb*
I and II and the Kadimah chBr
ter; Poale Zion; Haborum; ss}|
Hashomer Hatsair.
According to I. S. Shape* j
temporary chairman, the eosfl
has been organized to further Hi]
work of the various labor Zk*f j
groups and integrate their p [
grams and projects into a cs
moft goal. Mrs. Harold G. Shaj* j
will serve as secretary.
I tot Mrs. SteUa Han'u^,Lo563.
Sigma Rho of AZA
Holds May Day Jamboree
Sigma Rho chapter of AZA is
presenting its first annual May
"ay jamboree and dance at the
new Mian,; YM L WHA Satur-
day, May l, at 8 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased from
oryatmfKmbe/ f the organization
or at the door the night of the
dance Other informaUon is di-
ZZ.t0 M **". p-
'--vim
PuMlahcd *vry Friday ^"^L
' Th Jewish Floridlm t %?
th Strwt. Miami U. Flo"- M
tarad aa aacand-claa* matter J7
1W0. at the Pom Offiea of *""
Fl.. undtr tha Act o Marc" !S
Tha Jawlah Fiondian haa iP^J
*> Jawiah Unity and tha TT
Waakly. Mambar of tht M'KjZ,
IrPhJi Afancy. van ArU "JJJ
yndicata. Woridwida Newt F3
National Editorial Aaaociat.o"; "J,
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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948
J*rt$liFk)rl(lian
PAGE FIVE
(omen's Conference Honors Oldest
[embers; Inaugurates Annual Event
Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade
jity recently honored five of their members of "throe score
d ten" who have devoted much of their life to religious social
Jfare and civic service. Jacob Sher, president of the Greater
ami Jewish Federation, presented citations of merit to Mrs
lille Baum, Mrs. Joseph Bren- |
Jewish Women, Miami chapter
uze
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Jose-
\ne Goldstrom and Mrs. Moses
fcegtr.
fhe plan was inaugurated this
B with the anticipation that
rill become an annual event.
Irs. Baum, who has been ac-
in social and welfare work
st of her life, came to Miami in
and soon after helped or-
the National Childrens
tdiac Home in Miami. She was
(active member of the board of
lectors and for many years
ved as chairman of the house
nmittee. A delegate to the con-
Mice from the NCCH, she is
Charter member of the Dade
ipter. is on the board of trus-
and serves as hostess at the
ne on Sunday afternoons.
ring the war "Mother" Baum
tked for the Red Cross and
janized a service men's center
[Temple Beth Sholom where
is an active member on the
krd of the Sisterhood. She is
a member of the National
ie for Jewish Children at
nver, B'nai B'rith and Ameri-
i Jewish Congress.
Brenner has been active
| all Jewish affairs since she
ne here in 1936 from Brooklyn
lere she organized a synagogue
iFlatbush and received acclaim
her many activities. Now
horary president and chairman
[the children's project for Mi-
Beach Mizrachi, which she
kresents at the conference, Mrs.
pwei was re-elected president
I three consecutive terms. She
active in the Sisterhood of
I Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
Igation until she moved to Mi-
\i Beach and changed affilia-
te to the Beth Jacob congrega-
where for the past few years
arranged the Kiddish for the
Ddren who attended services
[Saturdays. She is also a mem-
of Hadassah, American Jew-
Congress, the Hebrew aca-
ny, board of directors of Great-
[ Miami Jewish Women's Fed-
fction. and is a worker in the
fctropolitan division of the
Jmbined Jewish Appeal.
Pioneer Miamian, Mrs. Cohen
:ved here since she was a
hde in 1901. She helped found
Id served as president of Mi-
pi section, National Council of
of Hadassah, the Chessed Shel
Emeth Sisterhood and Beth
David Sisterhood. She has held
prominent positions in the Mi-
ami Woman's club, School Im-
provement assn. (forerunner of
the P.T.A.), Dade county Girl
Scouts, Fort Dallas chapter of
Eastern Star, YWCA, Miami
Lighthouse for the Blind and the
Southeastern Children's Home.
She was active in the Civilian
Defense program during the last
war. Honorary president of the
Miami auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged, she is also
its founder, a past president, and
its delegate to the conference.
Another long-time Miamian,
Mrs. Goldstrom dates her resi-
dency from 1918. In Brooklyn
she was one of the founders of
the second YM & WHA in the
United States and was president
for ten years, among her many
other activities there. She helped
organize the Women's B'nai
B'rith in Florida, served as pres-
ident of State Federation of B'nai
B'rith and as an officer of the
fifth district and was elected
three times to the national B'nai
B'rith Women's Supreme council.
Affectionately known as "Josie,"
Mrs. Goldstrom sold over a mil-
lion dollars worth of bonds on
Miami Beach during the war, for
the B'nai B'rith Women's chap-
ter which she represents at the
conference. Some of her other ac-
tivities are Council of Jewish
Women, National Children's Car-
diac Home and Greater Miami
chapter of National Home for
Jewish Children at Denver.
One of pioneers of the Wom-
en's Suffrage movement in Pitts-
burgh, Mrs. Krieger has many
other achievements to her credit
there. One of the founders ot
the Greater Miami Jewish Home
for the Aged and first presidenl
of the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congres, she
also became active here in Ha-
dassah and Beth David Sister-
hood, serving as president of the
latter. Since returning from a
year in Los Angeles where she re-
ceived recgnition for her work in
the Damon Runyan Cancer fund
campaign, last year, Mrs. Kreiger
has renewed her interest in her
former activities and the Bureau
year.
Mrs.
Charles Belanoff, ho--
pitality chairman, is arranging
for Passover refreshments
Shown above is Jacob Sher as he presented the citations of merit to five "three-score-and-ten"
memners of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade county who were honored by
me conference. Left to right are: Mrs. Ceunille Baum, Mrs. Josephine Goldstrom, Sher, Mrs. Isidor
Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Mores Krieger.
of Jewish Education, Council oi
Jewish Women, American Jew-
ish Congress. She was first presi-
dent of an organization of presi-
dents of major Jewish Women's
organizations in Dade county, ;
forerunner to the conference to
which she is a delegate from Beth
Jacob Sisterhood.
A board meeting of the con-
ference will be held April 29,
Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Beach
"Y" with Mrs. Anna Brenne
Meyers presiding to plan future
programs of the organization.
Congre ss Women Elect
Miami chapter, Florida Wom-
en's divis-.ion of the American
Jewish Congress will hold its an-
nual election and report meeting
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the
new Miami YM & WHA.
Election of officers, board mem-
bers and trustees will take place
and committee chairmen will re-
port on the work of the past
Teen-age Seder
A teen-age Seder was conduct-
ed by the teen-age council of the
Beach YM & WHA last night. Ap-
propriate folk dancing and sing-
ing followed the ceremony.
Committees in charge of ar-
rangements for the affair were:
food, Rachelle Habib, Phyllis
Goldstein, Eleanore Goodman and
Marsha Harris; decoration, Mar-
vin Goodman, Sandy Margolis,
Bob Somerstein; publicity,
Carole Solomon, Gene Yulish,
Joe Bernstein; tickets, Dolores
Peckerman, Bob Somerstein; re-
ligious, Morton Smith and Her-
bert Buchwald.
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fJewistncrkJlan
TODAY, APRH 2a
1949
Beach Hadassah Group
Plans Reward Luncheon
Final plans for the Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah's Re-
ward Luncheon were made Wed-
nesday, when Mrs. Milton Wolf,
chairman, and Mrs. Leo Chaiken.
co-chairman, met with their com-
mittee, at the home of Mrs.
Chaiken.
Invitations to the luncheon,
which will be held on May 3 at
the Shelborne hotel. Miami
Beach, will be mailed to those
who have attained their $50
quota. All those eligible are re-
quested to contact Mrs. Wolf or
Mrs. Chaiken for reservations.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the unrit-rsiffned. desiring to engafft in
hu8ln. iht- fictitious name of
Jack'i Tackle Shop at :'"" N R 7tli
Bl :. Miami, Florida, intend to res-
l4ter hM name with the Clerk of
tht- Circuit Court "f Pad* County,
Florida
JACK ROSENBACM*
LEE M I'.i ISENBAUM,
Paj i
4 16-23-30 5 7-U
Accountants
Elect Stuzin
The local society of certified
public accountants. Miami Chap-
ter of the Florida Institute of
Accountants, elected David Stuz-
in, C.P.A.. president for the en-
suing year at its annual meeting
Monday. April 19.
Other officers elected were L.
C. Conlon. C.P.A., vice president:
R. J. Walz. C.P.A.. secretary: and
Ralph H. Bearden. Jr., C.P.A..
treasurer. Elected to the board of
directors were Harry Blumin,
C.P.A.. James L. Bolger. C.P.A..
A. N. McClain. C.P.A.. and Louis
Gillman, C.P.A. The outgoing
president, C. C. Morris. C.P.A..
will also serve as a member of
the board, ex-officio.
Stuzin. who served as vice pres-
ident for the two preceding
years, is a partner in the firm
of Callahan & Stuzin. certified
public accountants and is a mem-
ber of the American Institute
of Accountants, the national so-
ciety of certified public account- *
ants, and of the Municipal Fi-
nance Officers Association.
David Stu:ni
f of f 'i"*
For BAx-g
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Yes, do your Passover cooking,
baking, and frying with this
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more wholesome, more easily
digestible. Use it all year
'round. Your grocer has it.
Ask for it by name.
look for the iptcitl
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on the jar
SAMUEL fc BANDY
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1
Never Allied with Special In-
terests.
12 Years as City Miami Tax Ap-
praiser.
An Independent Devoted to Your
Interests.
"A MAN OF AND FOR
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All Dade County qualified voters are eligible to vote for SAM
BANDY, regardless of their place of residenceMiami Beach.
Coral Gables, Homestead, Miami, or anywhere in Dade County.
Paid Political Adv.
LW."ED"DEERIHG
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Emma Lazarus Election
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold election
if officers Tuesday evening, April
27. at the Miami Beach YM &
WHA.
Installation will take place at
an annual banquet May 16 at
Betty's restaurant. Reservations
may be made now by calling
Mrs. Tillie Livingston at 2-4994
after 5 p.m.
SCRAP METAL
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RE-ELECT
valc.
CLEARY
County
Commissioner
"A Dade County Man
with a Dade County
Heart"
Val C. deary's 23 years
ol Municipal and County
Executive-Administrative Ex-
perience is Insurance oi
Dignified and Capable Re-
presentation for Sound.
Harmonious Government
No Matter Where you Vote
in Dade County, yOU Cm
Vote for Val C. Cleary. Can-
didate in District 5.
PRIMARY MAY 4th
P VJ C. Cleary
Debbs Girls Conduct
Seder At Hillel House
Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith
Young Women will sponsor seder
services on Sunday, April 25, at
Hillel House, according to an an-
nouncement by Miss Dollie Fish-
. bein. president.
The traditional Passover ritual
will be conducted by Rabbi Al-
bert Michels. director of the
Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Chicago Club To
Meet On Wednesday
Next regular meeting of the
Chicago Club will be held on
Wednesday, April 28, 8 p.m., at
the American Legion Hall, 1828
Alton Road, Miami Beach.
After a short business meeting,
a program is planned to be fol-
lowed by cards and mah-jong.
Refreshments will be served. Mrs.
Arlene Rosen is in charge of
the program.
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JOHN H. YAT*
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Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Dade Co., Fl.
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tIDAY. APRIL 23. 1948
*Jewisti noridH&n
PAGE SEVEN
jionists Install
Line President
fewly elected officers of the
i Beach Zionist District
installed by Rabbi Irving
linnan, spiritual leader of the
ami Beach Jewish Community
Inter. Wednesday evening, April
It at the Center
Vlfred Stone, Miami Beach ho-
owner and prominent civic
Idci is the new president for
1H48-49 year, succeeding Jack
Burris. Stone served five
p- is co-chairman of the Mi-
ll Rmnd Table of the National
Lference of Christians and
t/s. He is vice president of the
Bmi Beach Jewish Community
nter, a member of B'nai B'rith
was vice president of the
tami Beach Zionist District last
ir.
Rabbi Lehrman delivered the
ncipal address.
Uftr "f fleers who were installed
|: vice i'li-Nidents, Dr. David Andron.
|m .1 Elli 8. A. Goodman, Dr. I#o
Seymour Rubin. George
ti financial secretary, Bert-
Mlller; recording secretary,
E S 'ikiii: treasurer, Louis Mil-
board of directors chairman.
Ipai'l Broad.
fast presidents of the district who
li......red arc Shepard llroad. Dr.
lis 0. I.vtton and Jack IJ. Burris.
nli. is of the board of directors
Bde Benjamin Appel, Saul Ash-
lazy. Leonard Harr. Charles Hen-
i Itrond, Jules ChanninK,
Imi' M Cohen, Dr. K. J. BM-
Prosterman. Rabbi David Raab, Rab-
bi Joseph Rackovsky, Charles Resnlck,
Joseph If, Rose. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin,
Harold Shapiro, Matthew Sllversteln,
Bd Singer, (Jus Trau, Alex Van
straaten. Ernest Wolfe.
The outgoing president. Jack D.
Burris, gave his report covering the
years activities In the fields of poli-
tical actions, education, fund-raising,
support of Palestinian Projects and
youth work.
Alfred Stone
man. Jake Felt, Jacob C. Fishman.
A. P. Cannes, Dr. If. J. Gllck, Isidore
Ooldberg, Sol Goldman, Abraham
Goodman, I. R. Goodman, Dr. Morris
Goodman, Murray Jasie, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi
Leon Knmlsh, Ra.bbi Irving Lehr-
man, Khlel Lesowoder, Oscar Lelchuk,
Jerome I^elchuk. Dr. M. A. Llpklnd,
Harry I. Magld, Oscar Mamber, Jos-
eph Maso, Max Melsel, Rabbi Moses
Mesclieloff, Harry Platoff, Samuel
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WILLIAM A: ML'
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PAGE EIGHT
Jelsl>HcrkSlar
Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Weinstein of Philadelphia are honey-
mooning at the Ritz Plaza hotel following their wedding Sunday.
They are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Denner, operators of
the Carlton hotel, Miami Beach. When they return the Wein-
steins will reside in Philadelphia where he is engaged in
business.
* *
Mrs. Freda Shifman of 245 9th St., Miami Beach, was called
to New Castle, Pa., because of the sudden illness an ddeath of
her mother. Mrs. Fanny Shifman. She is expected back this
week.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be hosts to a family
reunion at a first seder tonight in their home. Guests will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Asch who are winter residents at
Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. John Asch of New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Asch, Boston; Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg, Dur-
ham, N. C; Mrs. Clara Fitch of Omaha; and Mr. and Mrs.
Mendel Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Pincus Scheinberg and daughter, Miriam, and Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Scher and sons Stanley and Fred, all of Miami.
* *
Walter A. Afelbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum
of 1411 S.W. 16th St. returned to the University of Florida Sunday
after a brief holiday with his parents. A freshman at the uni-
versity where he is affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity,
Apfelbaum was recently named for Phi Eta Sigma, honorary
scholastic society.
* # -*
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Binder left yesterday for a six-week
trip to New York and vicinity. While there Binder will contact
booking agencies in search for talent for next year's anticipated
Town Hall lecture forum.
* + *
A son, Dennis Leonard, was born on April 7 to Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hayes, formerly of Miami Beach now residing in
Tampa. Mrs. M.riam Hayes, Miami Beach, is paternal grand-
mother.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper were hosts Sunday evening at
a buffet supper given in honor of Mrs. Pepper's sisters, Mrs.
Abe Goldstein of Charlotte, N. C, Mrs. Sam Golub and Mrs.
Dorothy Williams of New York. Also Mrs. Max Cohen and Miss
Lottie Cohen of Spartanburg, S. C. Manfred Pepper was also
present with his fiance. Miss Mildred Kessier.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. O. Leb of 1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, announced the birth of a grandson, Stephen Marc, at an
open house Saturday afternoon in their home. Parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Leb of St. Louis, Missouri, where Mr. Leb is a
medical student.
* *
A son, David Irvin, was bom to Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon
Shalloway, April 16, on the tamers birthday. Maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, entertained approximately 75
guests in honor of the occasion the following Friday night. The
bris took place at the parents' home, 715 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, with Rabbi S. M.'Machtei officiating. Rabbi Charles B.
Halberstan named the baby. Phil Horwitz was Sandek and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir were Godparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum are back from their honey-
moon at the Waldorf in New York and have planned a reception
in the Gulfstream room of the Versailles hotel, Miami Beach
for May 2.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldman, 934 79th Ter., Miami Beach
announce the birth of a son, Daniel Jeff, on March 29 at St!
Francis hospital.
Miss Zimmerman
Reveals Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmer-
man, of 2547 S.W. 14th St., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Shirlee, to Sam New-
man, son of Mrs. Molly Newman
of Camden. New Jersey.
The bride-elect graduated
school in Brooklyn, New York.
MIm Gloria Farka*
Heads Landau Group
Miss Gloria Farkas of 337 28th
St., Miami Beach has been elected
president of the Clara Hirsch
Landau chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women.
Chosen to serve with Miss
Farkas for the year 1948-49 are:
Shirley Collegeman. vice presi-
dent; Josephine Zinner, recording
secretary; Hclene Milbauer,
treasurer: Sheila Wallman, cor-
responding secretary; Annette
Wallman. reporter.
Plans are being readied for a
candle-light installation cere-
mony to bo held Monday. May
10th. at the Tmcadero Restaurant
at which time the group will
sponsor a mother-daughter eve-
ning in honor of Mother's Day.
Chown to "P^wt^?,
at the B'nai BTithYou,,^1
en's convention in *
early in June wore Miss pT'
Miss Collegeman (pastDru
and Miss Zinner. **
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Mr. Newman served in the
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Black Bar Mitzvah
Burton Black, son of Mrs.
George J. Black of 1535 Meridian
Ave.. Miami
Beach was Bar
Mitzvah recently
in Miami Beach
Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Rabbi Irving
Lehrman con-
ducted the serv-
ices and ad-
dressed the con-
firmand.
| A Bar Mitzvah
breakfast was
Burton Black held following
the ceremony at the Strand
restaurant for friends and rela-
tives of the family.
Tin* Ipreal*r Miami Vaad Ilakash-
ruth Announces That the Milk
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Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth consists of the folWnj
Congregations:
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Cong. Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish CenterRabbi Irving Lehrman
Temple Beth SholomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
Beth Tfilah CongregationRabbi Joseph E. RackoTSkj
And Is a Participating Agency of the Greater Miami
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During Passover Week, for information pertaining to
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Harry Sirkin. Pre*. A. M. Bear. Vice Pi*
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30, on the presentation of a
parental note. Such notes are
available at the office of the
various synagogues.
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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948
rthodox Begin
instruction Of
>w Building
; round has been broken and
tat ruction begun on the new
Imud Torah and social hall
llding of- the Miami Jewish
hdox congregation, Sidney H.
Iiiht, president, announced.
Wording to Rabbi Murray
juer, spiritual leader of the
h^; .^ntion, the new building is
kignod along functional modern
fhitrctural lines. It is to be
nposed of three units, two of
utility room units made up
six classrooms and offices.
pse will be joined to the audi-
Jium which will seat approxi-
Itely 350 persons and will have
kitchen. There will be no cor-
tors in the building, but all
bms and the auditorium will?
In into a patio which is to seat
tut 500 people.
Gorman M. Giller is the archi-
Abe Kaplan is supervising
bstruction.
Charles Adelman, chairman of
building committee; A. M.
ar. the building fund commit-
and Wallace Maer, dedica-
committee, will be assisted
Abe Pepper, Harry Gold-
^g, D. Singer, Hy Coverman,
ix Kupferstein, Jenkins Cohen,
x K.'ippaport, J. B. Effenson,
Sney Wasserman and Max R.
Iver.
Estimated cost of the new
Llding is $50,000.
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[egetarian Society
lans Dinner, Musicale
Vegetarian society of Miami is
llding a seder party Saturday
j 6 p.m. in the Star restaurant,
Washington Ave., Miami
kach, after which members will
ither at the Spinoza forum, 124
St. at 8 p.m. to hear a
bminent newspaper maD
The group is holding a concert
id musirale at the Spinoz;
rum. May 1 at 7:30 p.m., ar-
nged by Eve Glassman. Admis-
|n will be a voluntary donation
the Family Adoption program
Europe.
Reservations for tomorrow's
pty may be made by calling
1-9182.
lasada To Meet At
Temple Beth Sholom
^A film "Fulfillment of a
Prophecy" will be featured at
|)e meeting of Masada, Miami
each chapter, beginning at 7:45
m. Sunday night The group
?ill meet in the patio of Beth
pholom synagogue, Miami Beach
Ted Nelson, president-elect
^nnounced that an agreement had
feen reached whereby the Zion-
pt club had found a permanent
rhome" under the congregation's,
?unices. Working with arrange-
ment -.sore E. J. Edelman, ad-
viser, and Miss Florence Abram-
pon.
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Rabbi Grauer
Center Conducts
Children's Seder
Children's Passover services
will be conducted by Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman this year for the
junior congregation of Miami
Beach Jewish Community center,
Saturday and Sunday mornings
at 10 a.m. Because of the limited
space in the center, the services
will take piace in Miami Beach
High school auditorium.
Jay Linn, a member of the
junior congregation will address
the group on Saturday on "The
Exodus From Egypt and the
Exodus From Europe." Sermon
theme Sunday is the Significance
of Passover.
Religious school sessions will
not be held Sunday because of
the holidays..
Horns Reside
In St. Louis
Now residing in St. Louis are
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Horn who
were united in Beth David syna-
gogue by Rabbi Max Shapiro
April 4.
Daughter of Mrs. Sadie Pont
of Miami, the former Miss Dolly
Pont was given in marriage by
her brother, Harold. Miss Ethel
Pont served as maid of honor for
her sister.
The groom chose his brother,
Harry Horn, as best man.
Bob Kohler rendered vocal se-
lections at the ceremony which
was followed by a reception for
guests in the Talmud Torah.
The couple honeymooned on
Miami Beach prior to departing
for St. Louis.
Out-of-town guests for the
wedding included Mrs. Rose
Glickser, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Horn, Mrs. Jeanette Kublin and
daughter, Judy and Betty Lee,
all of St. Louis; and Mrs. Clara
Mazer, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Sokol, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sokol,
Mr. and Mrs. Izzie Sokol, Mrs.
Essie Gladstone and daughter,
Ethelda, Birmingham, Ala.; Wil-
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IT IS with sincere and ex-
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join the many Hade Coun-
tians in extending greet-
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on the occasion of their
celebration of Passover, I
hope that their every wish
is speedily realized and
their continuous struggle
to aid every cause that is
worthy, be successful, I
thank each and every one
of them, for the privilege of
having served them.
JIMMY
SULLIVAN
YOUR DADE COUNTY SHERIFF
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22^2023. J
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
REFORM
Temple IsraeL 137 NX. 19th it
Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Passover evenlrtK SerU-r servfoe at
6 p.m. Congregations! Se p.m. Saturday morning: servi,-s at
11 a.m. Final rnssover evening- Serv-
ii't's Thursday al S:lj p.m.
Temple Emanu-El 1801 S. An-
draws ave.. Fort Lauderdal*.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening Pre-Seder services
at 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Kaab will apeak
on Passover. Sunday SOhOOl at 1" a m.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening- Passover sen
6:30 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak.
Seder at 7 p.m. Saturday morning
services at 10 am.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday ami Saturday evening serv-
ices at 6:15 p.m. Religious service!
Saturday ami Sunday mornmes at
6:30 and S:30 a.m.. and at 7 and S_
a.m. tlie remainder of the week.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak Ml
"Breaking Bread Togethei Satur-
day, and "A People in Search of
Faith." Sunday. Mincha Mo
through Wednesday at 6:16 p.m. He-
school, .Monday through Wed-
nesday 3:30 to 6.3o p.m. Annual elec-
tion meeting Sunday evening.
Congregation Bath Tfilah, 93S
Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky.
lay evening services at 6:15 p m.
Saturday morning sen ..:
. \ sks will speak :. Pi -
dom" ami win conduct Tal
es I-ibbi will speak on Cleanliness
m. Mincha at 6:30 p.m. I
ed b> g ~>-u nlng sei i li es at S:30 a.m.
n "The Jev In
Exll< i ially morning services at
n .-ii bj a -
I'aily Mincha services at
How ed :> i :,i- In Jew-
Ish laws il Pass-
Followed by maariv.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services a: I :
t at 9
Lab) :.:::: ftiU : I (
Rabbi April will
Mincha
;.-. 8:1! Bui las ss at 9
: III apeak Our Modern
i ha at 6 15 p.m. He-
l w a bool 3.15 to 6:15 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Passover services Friday evening
at 6:30 p.m Services Saturday al
S:30 a.m. RaM'i Orauer will :
on "What Pine Slavery?'' M
at 6:30 p.m. Services Sunday at S:M
a.m. Rabbi will preach n What
Price Freedom." Mincha al 6 SO pm
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Passovi r sei vices win be ushered
In at Beth David syngogue Fridaj
evening at SUndOK n. '
s.der begins at 7:30 p m. Services
Saturday and Sunday morn:'
v.'io p.m. student services at 10:30
am. KanM Shapiro's theme t"- dis-
.ill I/AsidWhen win
! ,. ,|,.-. Comi Floral offei ng foi
Passover holidays are mad. b) Mrs
0 Rose in memory of her
father and Mrs Har > Q .....n In
memory of her parents and son.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun
ity Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Passover sen li i Praia i
maariv at 7 p.m., Oral sedei night
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman win preach on the subject
"The Kten; Saturday eve-
ning, second seder night. Sunday
morning services at 9 s m Sermon
topic will be "What Is Freedom?
Junior congregation Saturday and
Sun lav morning at 10 a.m Hebrew
M-nday through
Wednesday 80 to 6:30 P n Pre-
rten school Monday through
Thursday morning I t "''
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday evening service at 5:30 p.rji
fongregatli nal seder at 6 p.m. Sab-
bath PassoA r si n li e 10 i
Rabbi Kr nlsh will speak on P
Mr !: In Bar Mltsvah of
Children's Passover
.- mdaj at I s m Sunda;
school at 9 15 a n for children from
I ;
r Jew Ish st idli -. S day morning.
. |g am foi > ung people 13 years
of age and over Hebrew .lass. s.
alternate k la a bo> s
M I I 7'v to 13. N
school children frcni 2Vi to 5. Daily
Ions.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
WOTICE IS HBRBB' GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
,. the gctltlouanwne of
...,, packiw Goods *
.., -i| Baba Avenue, Opa U sa,
,. i,ltend to register said name
with the Clerk ol the i Ircull oufl
,,t Dade County, Florida.
M \|i..i.l' .1 Plf'W N
ETHEL K. BROWN
ISAAC JOPFE
Attorney for Applicants
[oio Blscayne nuiuiing
. 7-14-21

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>> condensed milk, pow-
dered milk, or ehemieals of
any sort are ever used in
the manufacture of our
dairy products.
Our dairy products are
manufactured in our own
plant, from rich whole-
some milk coming directly
from the farms.
MH-iirade Food Co. (phone
2-7570) is our package-dis-
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Yours for a JOYOUS AND
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the undersigned, desiring to engage m
Und< r the fictitious name pi
e super Stores at W LeJeun;
Gables,
I |st< I said name
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the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at
Ba) Drive, Miami liiarh. lor-
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with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
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the undersigned, desiring u> engage in
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At The May 4th Democratic Primaries
Writ. Cofin Englith H.adquorfe,,, ToHohossee, for o
copy of hi, 33-pom, progrcm for o greater Florida.
8.00 oc.ock over ,. Sto,. ABC Network.
p"" l0' "' ,h '* /
Reduced Flotida-sschool
debt by $18,000,000
Interest rateon school
bonds reduced from 6.
8t to 2". and 31
. Saved thousands ol dolWj
01 count, school lun W
instituting modern, umtorr"
sccountmg system
School book pufrtMNj
systemgua.anteesth **
text books at W l0"'s'
puces in the nation.
A State PVr*',|l,
Public nil""'1'
co.nii.d th.o J
America as a wodt'
businesslike *""
of public schools and
people's la money.
teachers 0*1
S2W0ptfiWj?
English *" '"*' Mhc
Superintendent of ^
Instruction m ls** Vjjuo
average salary *,tr


MBhbiIhbEIp"'.'.' SDHM
TODAY APRIL 23, 1948
* Jen i %l, florid/ian
PAGE ELEVEN
;hildren's Bureau Seeking Foster
lome For Three Jewish Boys
/-u;i^*-qt^'c Rprvipp Rurpail. A umnM mn .. *u* u.
Children's Service Bureau, a
jion sectarian child placing
Lgency, is making a special ap-
peal to the Jewish people of
Dade county to open their homes
Jewish children whose own
homes are broken, but who are
[jt available for legal adoption.
Cost of the child's maintenance,
Clothing, and medical care is met
by the agency, according to Miss
would mean that he would be
placed in a "real home just for
him." Now he is beginning to
wonder if, again, "nobodv wants
him."
David attends the synagogue
regularly and has exhibited very
much interest in his religion, Mrs.
Doris Dalrymple, case worker in
his charge, reveals. "He wants
a home with a Jewish family, so
wPost" Passover
Kashruth
By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Director Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth
1. Any Chometz product which
was held by a Jewish person dur-
ing Passover is not Kosher and
must not be eaten unless the
owner sold his Chometz in
accordance with the Jewish law.
2. Bread, cake or any other
baked products may be obtained
in the immediate period after
Passover from a bakery which
was closed during the week of
Passover and sold their Chometz
in accordance with the Jewish
law. The only bakeries who sold,
their Chometz and kept closed
during Passover, as far as the
writer knows are:
Keil's, or as it is called now.
"G & S Bakery." 1047 W. Flag-
ler St., Miami, and the Para-
mount Bakery, 445 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
3. During the "Sfirah-period"
(this includes the days between
the holiday of Passover and the
holiday of Pentecost (Weeks)
weddings may be performed only
on certain days. Call your rabbi
or the director of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth 58-1521
or 2-7439 for information per-
taining to the days when you
are permitted to have these func-
tions. The Sfirah period is a
period of historical mourning.
VOTE FOR
JOHN II. 1 ATI'S
Aiture Fair. Honest and Im-
partial Administration of Justice
Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit
Dade County, Fla.
Pit. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES
I-
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL
FROM
MAL ENGLANDER
Candidate for
Justice of the
Peace
Sincerity a Certainty
FROM OCEAN TO BAY
THEY'LL VOTE 49A
Political Adv. Paid by
A nti-Syndicate Group

I
h '
* ,J
\'
: "MHiiiiimiiimimrv
"David Needs a Home"
IJuliu E Hatch, executive director.
|The board's appeal is for service
las the amouit paid is not suf-
ficient attraction unless one
wishes to offer his affection, in-
Iterest and understanding to a
[needy child, and feels he would
[enjoy having another child as
| part of the family group.
The Service Bureau now has
[three bright attractive little boys
I in their temporary home, waiting
I until the right home is found,
1 Miss Hatch reported. David, age
19, has waited longest. His picture
[appeared in the Miami Herald
I last February with a general ap-
Ipeal for foster homes. He under-
stood about this, and hoped it
they can all go to synagogue to-
gether. He was so disappointed
that there was no home ready for
him for the Passover holidays
that one of the agency board
members invited him to spend
the holiday with them so that
he could have the experience ol
a Passover celebration in a family
setting."
David is described as a bright
little boy who takes life very
seriously, and tries very hard to
please. He has been shifted about
a great deal in his short life, and
needs very much to feel that
someone wants and loves him for
himself, the description discloses
Because of his insecurity it has
been suggested that he would fit
ABRAHAM RESNEK AND LEO LANDIS
ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF A PARTNERSHIP
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
RESNEK & LANDIS
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
FLORIDA AND NEW YORK
350 LINCOLN ROAD TELEPHONE 5-2101
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
CS
? ?^ ME :aBBC3BBK; 3BBi 3BBK '^mm^mm $
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER!
Our ocean-view dining rom is open to the public during
the entire Passover Holidays
at the
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
411 OCEAN DRIVE
The well-known Cantor Malek will conduct UW
Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accord-
ance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed.
Telephone 5-4691
Your Hosts _.
SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER
rsBBc^BBBaBBBcaBBBtjBiL mm immr
*?-**
VOTE FOR
LUTHER T. HARDISON
FOR CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3
Efficient Service Courtesy
15 Years' Experience
23 Years in This District
RADIO EQUIPPED CAR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Paid Political Adv.
better in a home where he was
the only or youngest child.
The two other Jewish boys are
younger ,and "equally promising
and attractive." However, because
David has waited so long, and
is so eager for a home, the Chil-
dren's Service Bureau is anxious
to place him first.
Anyone interested is advised
to telephone Mrs. Dalrymple.
David's caseworker, at the Chil-
dren's Service Bureau, 2-3166
for an appointment to talk over
the plan, and learn more about
David and the agency's program.
IT IS WITH PLEASURE
I EXTEND A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
BIRD
has 5
years'
experience
proved
ability
honesty

Re-elect
JZL PRESTON B.
BIRD
County
Commissioner
DISTRICT 4
Re-elect Bird Committee #
Paid Political Adv.
W. C. "Bill"
LANTAFF
Dade County Representative to the
State Legislature





RE-ELECT
TOM WOOD
Constable
District 2
Not a Politician But an
Experienced Law Enforc-
ing Officer for 22 Years
Paid Political Adv.


KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
An Association of all Kosher Butchers
of Dade County
Extend Sincere Bent Wishes For A
KOSIUKUX AND I #M1M# Iff: V PESACH
NOTICE
Effective Immediately
ALL
KOSHER MEAT MARKETS
OF DADE COUNTY
WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY SUNDAY
This Concern Meat Departments Only
THE KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
^&


PAGE TWELVE
Jewist>ncrM&L
FRIDAY, APRn.
Sholem Lodge
Women Eleet
Mrs. Gordon
Mrs. Harry Gordon was elected
president of B'nai B'rith Women
of Sholem lodge at their regular
meeting in Temple Israel last
week.
At a luncheon meeting held in
her home Tuesday the newly
elected leaders of the group
adopted the Mental Health So-
ciety of Southeastern Florida as
its local project. Under the Guid-
ance of Mrs. Francis J. Riordan.
executive secretary of the socie-
ty, a committee of 30 women
headed by Mrs. Paul Barnett 3re
to contribute the..- services a:
the society office.
Officers serving with Mrs G : -
don include Mrs. Leonore Curtice
1st vice pres.: Mrs Jerome We in-
kle, 2nd vice pres.: Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz, treat.; Mrs Harvey
Herman. finaiH..-. M Mrs Ar-
nold Simon, recording sec : Mrs
Charles Jacobson. corresp
sec.: Mrs. William Danziger, his-
torian; Mrs. Sam Silver, i
mentarian; and Hn Max Katz
monitor.
Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs Nat
Strauss, Mrs. Milton Friedman
Davi S :. m in Mrs Milt
Mrs Mark Kaplan, Mrs
John Kronenfeld Mrs Mars
F inhere, Mrs Abe Ar n vita
..- I Mrs Pi ..: Barnett comprise
the board
Thi w men 1 Sh
intend tc assist I ety in
their missi n tt imr, rovi
psychiatric services that exist
within the stau Mrs Gord :.
stated, "and to further
education in order tc achieve
wider ^ni^r;:;r.^.- : :r.c ::_
nature a.-.:: xtenl :' men)
Preparedness Day
Announced Here
Mayors Marcie Liberman and
Robert Floyd last weekend pro-
claimed Monday as National Pre-
paredness day in this area, in con-
junction with the program ob-
served by veteran organizations
throughout the country
Nat Pollack commander of the
Robert Richter post No. 11. of
the American Veteran Society.in
Miami Beach, stated that the ob-
servance sponsored locally by his
organization and other AMVETS
posts, was officially designated
oy act of Congress.
"The occasion." Pollack said,
'marked the 173rd anniversary
jf Paul Revere's ride and com-
memorated the battles of Con-
cord and Lexington."
Musical Hour
'Bar Mitzvah*
Celebrating the completion of
13 months or the "Bar Mitzvah"
f his Jewish Musical Hour.
Jacob Schachter collected over
5500 for the Cancer Drive from
ji appeal made on his program
ast Friday.
-ponse was immediate
ind gratifying, according to; has been arranged.
Schachter. since most of the do- j------------------------------
-..,-.. ns were in $5. sio and $2.: Mayor Liberman Attends
amounts. He report- goal _____i_
, ii coo to be given towards th, Academy Musical
proposed Cancer hospital Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
:~. the last 13 months. th< ami Beach was the honorary
WBAY program heard Fridays [ guest a: a special musicale pre-
:: ajn and Sundays at 10 sen ted by the pupils of the He-
ajn has had in person such brew Academy, Tuesday evening.
as Maurice Schwartz. Jan I April 20. at the academy audi-
Mrs. Sherry
Honored By
Aged Auxiliary
Board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged presented
Mrs Benjamin Sherry with a se.
of luggage last week on the oc-
casion of her birthday as a tribute
to her work as president of the
group. The presentation took
place at a luncheon held in the
Robert Richter hotel. Miami
Beach.
Mrs Sol Silverman was ap-
pointed chairman of the group's
annual book project with Mrs
AJbert Rakoff, Mrs Michael Ar-
nold and Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
co-chairmen. Gifts donated to the
pro-ect include a handmade lace
bedspread by Mrs Isaac Epstein
in memory of her daughter. Celia.
and a hand knitted afghan made
by the late Esther Rosenberg.
sister of Mrs Michael Arnold.
Harold Spaet will sponsor
the summer luncheon function
ted by Mrs Carrie Sapiro.
Last regular meeting of the
group will take place Tuesday
afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the Rob-
ert Richter at which elections will
take place A musical program
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMl law
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
Iflamj Beach Ftorida ln;
to register said name itn tne
f the Circuit Court of Dade
: r oThotei, CORP.
a Florida Corporation
WALTER EOVNBTJ.
for Applicant
M-________________
Bart, Michel Michalesko. Michel t rium, ilt 6th St. Miami Beach.
R senberg, Max Kletter, the Dr David S. Andron, president
Feder Sisters, and Cantor Mor- t i the Hebrew Academy, served
.. YardeinL Prominent Mi- as chairman for the evening.
.'. h have spoken on the Beatrice Raphael, representing
ill in Mayor Marcie Liber- the pupils of the academy, pre-
Dr. David S. Andron. Court- sented the mayor with a Pass-
.--.-_-. Dr Maurice Klein. Rabbi- t>er Haggadah. in conjunction
Mescheloff, Simon April with the forthcoming holiday. In
nd Lecn Kror.ish. and Attorney ....... pting the Haggadah the mayor
N rman Lyons, as well as Harry said that he was "happy to ac-
in of the New York Jewish cept the ageless book containing
Day. the Exodus of Egypt and the
7 .1 ----------------------------- St ry of the struggle for inde-
rSUL a^HSr*Jm Unl*F In The Community pendence for. which our people
...... -f._ c chapter, *;./ p TV r.ave fought and are still fight-
Captain Harry Levy, noted bholom rorum Theme
d leader, at their meeting H v To Achieve Unity In The
Monday evening, 8 p.rr.. at th- :, :he' sub-ect
Irgun Leader
Addresses UZB
:ng."
Atlantis hotel roof garden. A : toruin sponsored bv 'the!
film,/Tonight We Attack." will .;..-, Club of Temple Beth :
also be shown
Captain Levy who made a
special trip from New York :
address the gathering, will dis-
cuss the problems in Palestine-.
A captain in the French army
during the war. Levy was cap-
tured and interned at a Naz
concentration camp. He escaped
and joined the Maquis of th"
French underground. After the
war he became a member of the
Irgun in Palestine
Last season he conducted ar*
extensive drive here for funds
for the Irgun.
The public is invited to attend
Sholorr. at their regular meeting |
held Monday evening, at
l p m. at the ty hall of
the Temple. A'oe Solosko, presi-
lent, announced.
Participants in the forun. will
be Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan on
Religious Unity:" William Sing-
er on "Unity in the Field of Com-
merce:" Alfred Stone en "P .-
tical Unity:"" Jack A Abbott or.,
Fraternal Unity'' and Gus
Jacobson on "Welfare Unity."
''. rr.s Klass will serve as mod- '
erator. The program has been ar-
ranged by Jules P. Channing.
program chairman.
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
Coral Gables
Insurance, Inc.
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
AND BONDS
2128 Ponce de Leon
323 Greco Phone 48-1421
NOTICE TO APPEAR
\- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVESTH J1DIOAL CIRCUIT
1 sv FOR DADE COUNTY.
;K IN CHANCERY. No.
LA SCILUFO. Plaintiff. ?.
run UP SCILUFO, Defendant.
a, w -daide. Long Island. New
i U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
. Bill ot Complaint '<* J*v?* *"*
I ,-d aealnnt you by ANU*-LA
SCILUFO. vour wife, in the above
.Vvled cause" and m the above named
you are further notified
ou are hereby required to fUe
auwet in said proceedings on
n the 34th day of Stay. AD
Ml otherwise the allegation* of aald
of Complaint will be taken aa
-.*<1 bv you.
Thj order la to be published once
*r*k for four (> consecutive
,lk in the Jewish Floridian. a.
-.ewxpaper published in Dade County.
Dated this 22nd day of April A.D.
E. B. DEATHERMAN.
Clerk.
CUrt "# F J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
sxNFoRD Si. SWERDL1N
Sol Itor for FUlntlff
;. >. -.bold Buildins
Miami.' Florida
4 3- s :-n
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI>>RIDA. IN AND FUR DADL
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
MAE AREHART. Plaintiff.
.- 1!aKuLX> E. AREHART. De-
fendant._________
Y -, HAROLD E AREHART,
C o SUPERINTENDENT. VIRGINIA
STATE l'ENITENTIART. RICH-
tll SD. VIRGINIA, are notified to
file your appearance in the above
.-.- (or divorce, on or before the
.'4th day May. A.l>. l4s. or a De-
-ro Confeaao will be entered
against you.
DATED: This ?!nd day of April.
AD. 1M.
E. B. LEATHERSIAN. Clerk.
iClrcuit Court Seal)
By WJi. W. S?TOCKLNG.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER A SAaUA'ITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
-". Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4,13-10 5.7-H-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i'K E'LORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
- I'NTY. IN CHANCERY. No
lltSOJ
GEORGE W. SUIT, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY C. SUIT. Defendant.
YOU, MARY C. SUIT. 4327th
STREET. N.W WASHINGTON. D
C are notified to file your appear-
ance in the above cause for divorce.
00 Of before the *4th day of Stay,
A.D. 1S4S. or a Decree Pro Confeaao
will be entered against you.
DATED: This nnd day of April.
A.D. 1948.
E B LEATHEKMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W. STt>CKING.
l>ei-uty Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ybold Building
Miami. Elorlda
i 23-i" 6 7-14-21
GREETINGS FOR THE PASSOVER SEASON-
MR. AND MRS. S. C. MTLSTETN OF
TINY TOWN
CHILDREN'S FURNITURE CLOTHERS AND TOYS
"ON MIRACLE MILE""
349 Coral Way phone ej.U|a
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
CUSHMAN BAKING CO. INC.
1310 West Flakier Street Miami
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
HELP ELECT
HAYES
WOOD
County Commissioner
District 4
6'-a years proyen ability
as public official, handled
over sixty mil Bon dollars
public monies, without
loss of single cent.
Help Hovm Wood Change
County AnTrrlnlBliuuoc to
of "Service to the
People"
one
Paid PemSeal Ae>
CENTRAL SIGN SERVICE
2814 N.W. 2nd Avenue p^ j,
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
American Sign & Advertising Co.
1184 N.W. 62nd Street p^ 7.lm
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Advertising Display Service
10 S. W. 14th Avenu. p^ 3^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APBt
IN THE CIRCIIT COc8*8 I
11TH judicia:, HRrrJrjrH
KOR DADE PJUXTT ,?
IN CHANCERY NV, i.^Wk"
NATHAN AHRAMS..N- X&L,
KARAH GOLDMAN ,)!?tU"',ll
S A RAH OOLDMAS arb?,*'I
Defendant ABRAJI*s
TO: SARAH OOLDMAM ik. w
aa 8ARAH 'VoLLMan'arr^I
10 Madiaon 8tr| v w^*5|
Washington, D C. '
You are bwaby noting ^
quired to appear to the Bill S*.*l
plaint *ll*d in th. U> SLJ Cal
on or before April ... iju ,"^l
the BUI of Complaint w"i u"!Sj
aa confessed again*! v, 7"*|
order be publi,.- JJ' l
four aucceaaive > Th III
Klorldian. a newN,aper pub'i ,7*1
Dade County. Flor.da. """I
Dated thU 14th day of March |
Clerk .- Clrruiii!S
(Circuit Court Sea!) ^
*" y r ORE^r
milton a friedman"""1 ^J
Attorney at Law
1023 Bey bold Building
Miami. Florida
4/2-S-U-2*
ORDER OS PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRC I IT COLTIT 0P
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBT,
IN AND FOR I.ADE 0U?3
*g1DA- ~ ls auxcSt
SIAKY ANN ARNETT. PlUnlw J
LOUIS ARNETT, -'^ndint 1
To: Louis Arnett, tU y.*\ ;)*
Street. New York, Sew Tort
You are herey or-if-. A Uj til, J
appearance or answer to th, k|JI
ceinplaint for annalm-r.t filed mmS
you by SIARY ANN .AJ^ETtTS
before Ule 14 da> ol .'. I
wise the allegations of'aald M|
be taken as coafe~-xi aiiiiut ,JM
DONE AND ORDrJKKl) th t iLI
of April, l4s. *
E. B LE ^THERSUl ,
Clerk of th,- Circuit Cosx 1
(Circuit Court Seal) '
By R. H. rice, a,
OBORGE J. TAL1A
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4 23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI0UI
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ml
the undersigned, des.r.nr to rnpnkl
business under the (U tltloai uoaM
Pearl Motor A Sal\*T' ; : 4; jj il
20th St.. Miami, r" --.'lslorel
ister said name with the 1 'lerk of M
Circuit Court of Da.i- 1 .n;>, FVial
LOUIS PEARL
Sole own-.-
MYERS. HEIMAN Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Louis I
4. 23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITI9W
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVES*!
the undersigned, desiring to Mppli
business under th. flctil -u aw .'
JACK SHAJ-TER ADVBIBDB
TTIViORAPHY or AI'\TTHS8
TYPOdRAPHT at 125 S E WlM.
Miami. Fla.. Intend to rraar SH"
name with the Clerk of the (Trait
Court of Dade County, Floridi
JACK SHAI-VER
ADELINE 8H \EKER
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
Congresa Bldg.
4/33-36 6/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hat
the undersigned, daairlnf, : business under the flctil -.* m-
Reglna's Bakery at 1694 8 m
Avenue. Miami. Florid*. Intend!
register said name with the Clerk*
the Circuit Court of Dadt Coami
Florida.
PHILIP BALTN
Sole hi'
NATHAN AND SATIN
Attorneys
4 23-30 5/7-14-21
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION .
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT 0Mf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClW-in
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR n*
COUNTT. IN CH.VM.ER1, i
OERALbLVE GILBERT, PUlBtljt*
STANLEY GILBERT. D.';1*! j
To: STANLEY GILBERT,.440 ""
Road. Brooklyn. Nj*>Sid
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI"^^
file your appearance In th' **r_
styled cause for divorce, on or 0"
th. 15th day of May. rt lM
Dated this 15th day oljEStf
E. B. LEATrlERSl^-
CTerk of Circuit C0n.
(Circuit Court Seal) __,_!.
By WM- w dSS^o*
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attomer
327 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
4/l*-3t-H> S/7 ________
NOTICE TO APA tBl
IN THE CIRCUIT COIRJ_% fj)
I1TH JUDICIAL ClRj-LIT'SJg.
FOR DADE COUNTY. f\^>*
IN CHANCERY^* 4*4,08.
PAULA ERNAWlRLI^^Sit.
va KARL EHRLJCH. Dsf*""0
TO: KARL EHRLICH .^j
East AT*gM, Near Wheat R<*>
Vlnaland. Nw Jsn*? ^ f
You ar. her4*T k*** Jftj
quired to aopaar to the f^c*
Plaint fUed In the *f *,?? &*
on or b.for. Stay 17th. ^""utfc
th. B4U of OMKiaAnt jM 0"
as ooofaawd afsaaMt you. ^ ,
four BBtaaaam w.k "'^i-d
FlorldlM. a ummmv' pw""""
(Circuit r*>uTt_ftp),
ST W. m
Dfnf
MTLTON A. rKTBDMAN
~


klDAY. APRIL 23. 1948
L^sac: ----"
political Roundup
lany newspapers throughout
orida are supporting the can-
lacy of State Treasurer J. Ed-
Larson for re-election. Lake-
id Ledger says "Treasurer
frgon has served the people of
jrida well. His office has been
erated on a businesslike basis.
Id he has achieved a reputation
efficiency, thoroughness and
lirtesy." The Arcadia Arcadian
\ds no criticism of his admin-
ra'ion" and Allen Morris of
lllahassee, author of the politi-
column "Cracker Politics"
edicts Larson's re-election.
|Tlu Tampa Morning Tribune
\ds that Mr. Larson "has prov-
himself to be a capable,
orough, diligent and conscien-
Lus official, handling with su-
|rb ability, the two offices which
holds, together with multi-
rious other duties embraced in
administration responsibili-
+Je*istFhrMiton
PAGE THIRTEEN
f'lt isn't enough to vote against
i -ailed county consolida-
^n opponents of that vicious
oposal should also see that coun-
| commissioners are elected who
nestly oppose it," John C.
Lhnson, candidate for com mis-
bntr in district 3, this week
fid a Coral Gables political
Ithering.
["As a private citizen I op-
sed the plan and if elected to
county commission, I shall
rry on my opposition," he said.
lost of you recall the fight I
against the utility and to-
Jcco taxes as a taxpayer. You
ay rest assured I shall fight
ch insidious legislation as your
unty commissioner."
|johnson spoke in favor of im-
oving county zoning, of aug-
lenting the county road patrol
permit that body to regulate
venile recreation and for ade-
iate flood control.
Judge Joseph Otto of the Cir-
|it court, running for election
" that position, states that he is
jalified by background, ex-
igence, education and train-
[Born in Key West, Otto is a
ember of the Monroe county
lid State Bar associations, and
s been a practicing attorney
HAPPY PASSOVER
IOOFING PAINTING
u v Maleomb Co.
iiy Maleomb S. Flnocchiaro
PHONES 4-3116 4-5148
GREETINGS
The Patio Shop
PATIO AND PORCH
FURNITURE
| TROPICAL GIFTS FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
3650 Coral Way (Miami)
Phone 48-2920
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS .
SEASON'S
BEST WISHES
Now York
Meat Market
619 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
for twenty-one years. He served
as assistant state attorney for
eight years for the eleventh ju-
dicial circuit and has been circuit
judge since August, 1944. None
of his trial decisions has ever
been reversed by the Supreme
court.
The candidate fought at the
Mexican border in 1916. He is
also a veteran of World War I
having entered as a private and
been discharged a 2nd lieutenant.
He attended Ruth Hargrove In-
stitute in Key West and received
his LL.B degree in 1927 at the
University of Florida.
Fred W. McCall, Jr. is a candi-
date for superintendent of public
instruction in Dade county.
McCall received his B.A. de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida and his Master of Education
from the University of Miami.
He began teaching at Key Bis-
cayne in 1929. A graduate of Mi-
ami Edison High school, he was
transferred there in 1931 where
he first organized the school band
after school hours.
During the war, the candidate
was dean of boys, resigning to
devote his work to the band and
orchestra. He is also director of
the Orange Bowl Pageants since
1941; vice chairman, region eight,
of the National School Music as-
sociation; executive board mem-
ber, Southern Division, Music
Educators' National Conference;
former president, Florida Band-
masters' assn.; former vice pres-
ident, Florida Orchestra associa-
tion; and former chairman, Dade
County Bandmasters' assn.
"Choose a fellowman from
your ranks," is the slogan of
Estil H. Lanham, candidate for
justice of the peace, district one,
the North Dade county area.
A resident of Miami and Dade
county since 1924, Lanham
served during World War II as
a civilian in Military Intelligence
for two years, and as a Federal
investigator and enforcement at-
torney, two years. He was grad-
uated from Miami Edison High
school and was admitted to the
Florida Bar in 1932.
Among the vocations that Lan-
ham lists in his past are farmer,
laborer, truck driver, lathing
contractor, painter, carpenter,
newspaper employee, dredge boat
hand, steeplejack, elevator oper-
ator, court house maintenance
man, general practicing attornej
for 12 years.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
KLEFEKER
PRODUCE CO.
1191 N. W. 22nd St Ph. 3-1715
"My platform demands the es-
tablishment of playgrounds, bet-
ter roads, clearing and cleaning
of our canals, much improved
fire protection and water con-
trol" claims S. E. "Doc" Spauld-
ing, pioneer business man and
candidate for county commis-
sioner in district ]
"Especially for the neglected
and forgotten outlying areas of
Dade county."
A resident of Coral Gables.
Spaulding is a member of th
Masons, Knight of Templars.
Mahi Shrine, Elks, and 3 druggist
associations. His business has
been in the same location for 24
years
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
SOUTHERN TILE
COMPANY
THEMARBLETERAZZO
2500 S. W. 28th Lane
4-6037 PHONES 4-4475
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
B. & B. KOSHER MARKET
804 S. W. 22nd Avenue
BOB PIERCE BARNEY FISHER
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Scott Motor & Salvage Company
2320 N. W. 54th STREET
PHONE 78-2702
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
RILL USSERY
DETROIT MIAMI
AUTOMOBILES
BUY SELL TRADE
3425 SW. 8th Street Phone 48-2522
SINCEREST BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Jewish Clients
and Friends
KENNEDY & ELY
Insurance, Inc.
1908 CONGRESS BLDG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone 34641
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
I llll I IN DRESS SHOP
236 N. MIAMI AVENUE
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
JAMES M. ANDERSON
CONCRETE AND MASONRY CONTRACTOR
Prompt Reliable Service
3240 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone 3-5350
f
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TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
THIEL CHEVROLET COMPANY
SALES and SERVICE
2107 PONCE DE LEON PHONE 4-0859
i
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
1776 Purdy Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 58-2749
IT IS WITH PLEASURE
I EXTEND
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
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ROLAND R. SWEET


PAGE FOURTEEN
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^A*. APRIL 23,
Political Roundup
Horace F. Mitchell, veteran
school teacher and candidate for
Dade county superintendent of
public instruction, has pledged
himself to "serve honestly, faith-
fullv. economically and efficient-
ly "
A native of Florida. Mitchell
was born in Live Oak and re-
ceived his entire education in
the state. He worked and fi-
nanced his own schooling from
the seventh grade through the
University of Florida where he
received his Bachelor of Science
and Master of Arts degrees in
education. Some of the recom-
mendations made in his master's
thesis on "Ad live Prob-
lems of the Dade County School
System." have been carried out
by the present administration.
26 years ex-
i in -. :. '. work includes
13 as principal of elementary,
high schools,
and 13 as classroom teacher in

First point in Mitchell's 12-
:-. is to guide chil-
dren in obtaining a more
larship "which will
enable them to live more abun-
dantly and happily :n a demo-
cracy." He has also proposed to
r heating, lighting, san-
measure
and other devices to protect
nd promote the efficiency
of the children of Dade county:
provide rooms of proper size,
adequate equipment, adapted to
the subjects taught, and provide
proper framework for future
schools: employ good teachers
who will continue to maintain
high standards of both scholastic
and moral leadership (by pro-
viding an environment in which
teachers "can live and work
happily").
Provide for better salaries with
minimum teaching load for
teachers: safeguard taxpayers'
dollars at all times by use of
"strict economy without impair-
ing the efficiency of the school
system:" provide a well planned
public relation program by keep-
ing the public informed concern-
ing the schools: provide for kin-
dergarten and adult education.
C. E. Hodgers was the fir
qualify as candidate for constable
in the third district this year.
A former driver for the old
Dunn Bus company. Rodgers has
had experience as a recreation
worker and official and has been
employed by the U.S. Public
Health department in mosquito
control work. He served in the
Miami Police department in the
traffic, uniform and radio divi-
sions: for three years was acting
sergeant in the radio division and
at the captain's desk, resigning
because of illness.
Announces
KOSHER PASSOVER
MILK
Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI
YAAD HAKASHRUTH
OS
Kosher for Passover
I Im 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 Lehrmann
Temple Beth SholomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
"Beth Tfilah CongregationRabbi Joseph L 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
If elected." says Rodgers. "I
will be a working constable,
offering friendly, courteous and
efficient service to district three.
I will propose the installation of
a radio car to work in coopera-
tion with county and municipal
patrol cars."
William A. "Bill" Herin. can-
didate for Circuit judge, was in-
dorsed this week by former Con-
gressman J. Mark Wilcox. who
advised Dade county voters, "you
can't go wrong when you elect
Bill Herin your Circuit judge."
Herin was secretary to Wilcox
when the latter was congressman
from this district and later was
associated with him in a law
firm.
"During the time that he was
my congressional secretary. Bill
Henn handled for me hundreds
of veterans claims before the
Veterans Bureau, and it was his
particular duty to assist dis-
tressed home owners in getting
their home mortgage refinanced."
x declared. "You will re-
member the friendly manner and
affable attitude of Bill Herin
and the courteous and efficient
manner with which he handled
your business. Over the years I
have had full opportunity to be-
come acquainted with his habits,
character^ and his ability."
Herin also was endorsed during
the week by Attorneys David A.
Frank and' William F. "Fritz"
Reinhardt and Mrs. Elizabeth
Wallace. Coral Gables civic
leader.
"I will fight for more schools
and for modernization of our
present buildings so that every
child in Dade county will have
an equal opportunity for a good
education." promises Clyde A.
Epperson in his platform for state
senator.
The senior member of Clyde
A. Epperson Audit Co. served
three terms as national president
of the American Audit associa-
tion. A member of both the Dade
county and Florida Bar associa-
tions. Epperson is also admitted
to practice before the U.S. tax
court and is a member of the
U.S. Supreme Court Bar.
Enlisting in the army soon
after the declaration of the First
World War. Epperson served in
the battles of St. Mihiel and at
Meuse Argonne. was wounded
five times and was awarded the
Purple Heart and the Victory
Medal with two clasps.
A well known civic worker,
the candidate has had among his
many activities: director and
general counsel. Dade County
Cancer society; member of the
program committee of the Mi-
ami Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews; chairman of the White
WM. J. PRUITT
CANDIDATE
STATE SENATE
(DADE COUNTY ONLY)
Paid Political Adv.
Race Advisory committee for As-
sistance to the Negro Service
council; director of Dade County
Blood Bank; originator and pro-
jector of "Royal Poinciana Festi-
val;" and past president of the
South Side Civic association
which was successful in creating
the South Side park.
Elect
JOH1V H. YATJ
" Your Mi^ JS
Group 7 nth JuacuH*Lf
Pd for by 'rt'M of John A
DUNCRAGGAK INN
HENDERSONVULE. N. C.
Announces a NEW ADDITION
Featuring All Rooms with Private Bath
Swimming Pool Goli Entertainment
Jewish-American Cuisine Counsellor for ChilcW
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Write for Booklet E
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a/i>ra 14036 N. E. SIXTH AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
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Where the SUNDAY DINNER b Really Different
and the Whole Family Dines
ON DELECTABL.K PAN-FRIED CHICKEN You'll love Vm too' FmI
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Accompanied by an unforgetable treat In NORWEGIAN SMOM11I
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MIAMI BEACR FLA.
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At Close of Business, April 12, 1948
COMPTROLLER'S CALL
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. .$12,171,289.01
United States Government
Securities .................. 20,800,113.36
Municipal and Other Bonds..... 1,807,000.00 $34,778,1(0
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank... 37.950*
Loans and Discounts............. 6,679,337.06
First Mortgages on Improved Real 1
Estate ...................... 257,500.00 6,936,837*
Furniture and Fixtures ......... 50,856.01
Other Assets ................... 36,424.69
Overdrafts ........................ None 87.280.'
Customers LiabilityLetters of
Credit ...................... 37,095.1
$41,877,5651
LIABlimES
Capital Stock ...................$ 1,000,000.00
Surplus ......................... 265,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves.. 519,996.27 $ leW-fll
Letters of Credit .......... 65.093-'
Deposits .......................'. 40.027.47J*
$41,877,565*
FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL
Commercial Banking Collection Departmeni
Escrow Department Savings Account!
uc..r^^,on-al Cnct< Service Safe Deposit Vault' j
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OFFICERS DIRECTORS
BENJAMIN N. KANE SAMUEL BLANK
'hairman of Board President. National Brands.
rnv W ELLIS
EDW. MERCER Frecutive ViVe Pre*""""
P"'l*"t unjoin Roil i-W"
MARCIE LIBERMAN QEO. COLDBERG
Tit* President BENJAMIN N. KANE
S. W. CURRY Chairman of *"$
Vital Pres. and Cashier Preside"' <"*'
HOWARD KANE Alloi*
Vice President MARCIE UBERMAN
o. b. Hudson v' ,,r",drE'BceR
Assistant Vh-e Presided |528&BtS &*,
STANLEY N. BOOKBINDER President Puhlio N"
Assistant Cashier '""""".m JR.
J W rvua.s ALEXANDER ORR.
J. W. O MARA President
. Assistant Cashier Alexander Orr, if*



HDAY, APRIL 23, 1948
Jewisti Meridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
ioneer Women
rroups Present
tenefit Program
Pioneer Women's Organizations
Greater Miami, including club
jj0, 1, club No. 2 and the youth
foup "Kadimah" will present
talkie-movie, "Green Fields,"
raise funds for the "Child
Rescue" and "Palestine Emerg-
at Flamingo Park, Sun-
fay. May 2, at 8 p.m. In case
L rain the performance is to take
Jlace the following night.
Ghana Grosberg, premier the-
Itrical star of the Polish Art
theatre, will render songs and
ecitations with Anyuta Melicov
the piano. Mde. Nana Iwanowa.
elebrated European violinist who
|as appeared with all major
luropcan orchestras as soloist and
tho since her arrival in America
rom Switzerland several weeks
go has been engaged to play
vith the University of Miami
Symphony orchestra, will play
fjolin selections with Miss Mary
Vrico at the piano. Miss Arico
Has recently arrived from
he north where she was a well
known coach and accompanist.
Bernard Ostfeldt.head ballet mas-
er of the Royal Opera in Italy,
irill dance solos, with Mrs. Arico
jt the piano.
Dr. Paul Beck, dramatic tenor
from Yugoslavia and Ruth Brot-
Iota Alpha Pi Initiates
Recently initiated into Rho
chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority
at the University of Miami were
Dorothy Boss, Mimi Braunner,
Sharlene Gershon, Gloria Green-
berg, Sunny Goldberg, Dorothy
Kenton, Rita Morris, Shirley
Reich and Myrna Schlossberg.
Newly installed pledge class of
the group includes Harriet Bar-
tow, Dorothea Blumberg, Barbara
Devore, Florence Finkelstein,
Joan Ginsburg, Patty Halprin,
Marilyn Korash, Barbara Krutoff,
Gloria Levine, Rae Rabnick,
Shirley Sussman and Rosiland
Goodis.
State Hotel Directors
Three Greater Miamians were
elected directors of the Florida
State Hotel Assn. last week at
the closing sessions of the group's
3-day convention in Jacksonville.
They are Abe Allenberg, Miami
Beach, and Carl Meeks and
Francis Hamilton of Miami.
man, lyric coloratura soprano,
will sing operatic and musical
comedy duets as well as folk
songs. The program is being ar-
ranged by Miss Brotman.
Tickets are for sale at Con-
dave's Music Store, 1224 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Twentieth Anniversary Year
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MOlleSte AllOO, Musical Director
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 24O0 WEST FLAGLER
Alexander Kipnis
BASS
BARITONE
Symphony No. 4 BrahmsRoumanian Rhapsodic No. 1 Eneico
MoussorgskyArias by Mozart Handel
Sunday. April 25th, 4:30 Monday Evening, April 26th, 8:30
For Sunday onlyReserved seats, $3.50. $3.00, $2.50. $1.75. $1.50
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Large stock of monu-
ments on display tor
immediate delivery in
all Jewish cemeteries.
Serving the leading
Jewish families in this
area since 1925.
Look For the 2-Story While Building
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES
OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE 4-3249
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Miami University
Reveals Summer
Session Dates
University of Miami summer
sessions are scheduled to start
June 7, with law school registra-
tion June 1, 2 and 3, and first
regular summer session registra-
tion June 4 and 5, according to
a recent announcement.
Teachers training classes begin
June 21, and registration for the
classes, June 19. The second reg-
ular summer session registration
date is Aug. 2, and classes start
Aug. 3.
Regular summer sessions are
open to graduates of accredited
high schools. However, students
enrolling for graduate or law
courses must be admitted to the
graduate school or the law school.
Detailed information on require-
ments can be obtained from the
office of admissions at the uni-
versity.
The summer sessions provide
a choice of the basic and ad-
vanced courses leading toward
all the degrees offered by the
university. Faculty at the sum-
mer sessions is practically the
same as those who teach in the
regular semesters at the uni-
versity.
For the first time, units in the
new housing on the main campus
will be made available to sum-
mer session students. These units
consist of living rooms, kitchens,
bath rooms and bedrooms, fully
furnished. The average unit ac-
commodates four persons in com-
fort, thus four friends who de-
sire to share the unit can make
arrangements to do so.
The university operates a bus
service between the housing sec-
tion and the north and main
cai.ipuses, without charge to stu-
dents. For the further conveni-
ence of summer students th's bus
service will be extended to Cran-
don park during free afternoon
hours and on week ends.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Many Thanks from
THE JEWISH
MUSICAL HOUR
WBAY 1490 On Your Dial
Reaching you every Frriday
11 A.M. 12 Noon
Sunday from
10 A.M. to 11 A.M.
JACOB SCHACHTER
Director
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C. E. "CHARLIE"
RODGERS
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4 Years Deputy Sheriff of Dade County
World War H Veteran 31 Months Foreign Duty
Enlisted and Officers Status
SOX FOR SHERIFF and SECURITY
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Paid Political Advertisement by Frland
The incumbent does not seek re- I
electionyou will elect a new
Constable; wh not vo' for
C. E. "CHARLIE"
RODGERS
CONSTABLE
THIRD DISTRICT
Your Friendly and Courteous
Representative
; 7 Years Experience as a Law |
Enforcement Officer. 18 Yaara in |
Dade County. I
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An Appeal
By DR. Z. I. SABSIIIN
Here, on that November
Wo all looked up to you.
Nov.', pleaxe. remember
You are the hope of every Jew.
Y-ju then carried w irM'S fame
With your paitltioi, clue.
You have reminded fewiah'a name
By giving that land to the Jew.
You aet a timely rose
For events of Future's hue.
ESveryone of you know
The torture of the homeless Jew.
Now, some would Changs truth to
But for Justice looks your crew.
A word of honor, please, thrust.
Insist upon that home for the Jew.
Be awake to the Hebrew soul.
It looks for what Is true.
fflMlly you see it's goal
A home for the trodden Jew.
Plenty did he pray for ground.
And so devotedly too.
Let the world hear your sound
Time to settle the wandering Jew.
Jfou opened the historic need.
For Israel a home drew,
But some rlnn't mind him bleed,
And so anywhero can the Jew.
Here, slumber not your creation,
Keep up your Palestine view.
Let your November revelation
Be a holy fact for the Jew.
Nook, it also Is your own day.
When for- a truth you now sue.
>our other efforts will decay.
If you fail solving for the Jew
Consolidation Opposed
Miami Beach Board of Realtors
unanimously passed a resolution
at their last meeting, April 12,
opposing the proposed plan for
Miami-Dade county consolida-
tion.
Due to numerous requests
the Jewish Floridian will alter
its policy and accept ads of a
personal nature, as printed be-
low. This is being done in the
hope that it will prove of serv-
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PAGE BDCTEEN
Political
Roundup
+Je*lstifk>r*Mafi
Sam R. Bandy who has set him-
self up as "the people's candi-
date," is running for county com-
missioner from district 1.
The 40-year resident of Miami
has expressed the belief that the
people should run their own gov-
ernment. "I also believe in sup-
pressing extravagance, prevent-
ing excessive taxation and thu?
permitting real estate to hold its
present value and the develop-
ment of property by the con-
struction of buildings continued."
he asserted.
"I promise, if elected, to do
my best to serve Dade county
and its entire population as an
honest and conscientious com-
missioner," Bandy pledged.
The former Virginian, a Miami
tax appraiser for twelve years, is
active in many civic, fraternal
and business associations.
FRIDAY, APRE
Dade county will have a new
armory with complete modern
facilities, if plans now being de-
veloped by the county commis-
sion materialize, it was an-
nounced this week by Commis-
sioner I. D. MacVicar, chairman
of the board's zoning and build-
ing committee.
Federal specifications, cost and
other data are now being studied
by the architectural firm of
Steward and Skinner.
Under the current federal pro-
gram of increasing the National
Guard, MacVicar pointed out.
more up-to-date facilities must
be provided for local units, add-
ing that a new armory would be
a major county asset, because it
could also be used throughout
the year for various community
functions such as conventions
and fairs.
"With the unsettled conditions
in the world today, we feel that
Dade county's National Guard
units should have the most up-
to-date facilities the people can
provide," he said. "Our board
is now considering placing a bond
issue on the November ballot for
this purpose."
Standard regulations for arm-
ory buildings call for a main
demonstration hall and indoor
drill field, indoor target range,
class rooms, separate locker and
toilet facilities for each company
or battery, executive offices,
company supply rooms, first-aid
stations, library and weapon
storage. Plans for the Dade coun-
ty armory are to include a large
"day room" for recreation, a boil-
er room and mechanical ventila-
tion.
MacVicar, a veteran of both
World Wars, emphasizes that
Dade county is of great strategic
importance in national defense.
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Irving Frankel. trustee; Geo .
Teigman. warden. Not shown in photo are
^PrS^trStSToK ge J 'l^maTirl.teer^k Abbott state federation pre,.; and Mey.r
TeTgman warden. Not shown in photo are Harold Zinn. assistant Monitor; Dav.d Pavlow. tree..:
Sol Goldsirom end Jack August, Trustees.
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We Grind Yj
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You Are Cordially IrmJ
to Visit and See Thii xn|
Sanitary Marktt
147 N.W. 5th St. Miami
PHONE 82-4202
county employes hired upon a
civil service basis, instead of by
the present system of political
appointments which last only
during the tenure of the county
official who furnished the indi-
vidual with the job."
In other county-wide speeches,
the candidate declared himself
"100 per cent _against consolida-
tion."
Deer, a prominent Legionnaire
and businessman, declared that
consolidation would put the rest
f the county at the mercy of a
small group of machine politi-
cians within Miami properbe-
cause Miami's heavily concen-
trated population could supply
the most votes."
Deer further pledged to work
for the establishment of a vet-
eran's service center, which, he
claimed, "the county commission
has failed for two successive
years to inaugurate."
Lorber Group
Plans Boatride
Lorber chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver is sponsoring a boatride
May 2. Those attending will leave
on the "Seminole Queen II" frnrr.
Pier 6, Miami Yacht Basin, at
8:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
on board.
Tickets may be obtained by-
calling 48-8896 or purchased for
$1.50 at the pier until 8 p.m.
the night of the ride.
operating a service station in Mi-
ami.
Among his affiliations are
Masonic Order, Loyal Order of
Moose, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
American Legion and Coral
Gables Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
RE-ELECT
RICHARD CHUBirl
0ELKERS
Representative Stah|
Legislature
GROUP 2
Your Vote and Support
Appreciated
Paid rolIUalift,
J. (Marty) Deer, candidate for
the county commission from dis-
trict 3, said this week he will
seek upon election to have "all
With the double slogan "Dade
County Needs Youth and Experi-
ence" and "Sox For Sheriff and
Security," Kaigler Sox is operat-
ing his campaign for sheriff of
this county for the May pri-
maries.
A resident of Dade county !
since 1936, Sox, 34, was born in
Carrollton, Ga. He attended high
school and military academy in
South Carolina and studied at
the University of Miami.
Sox was associated with the
county sheriff's office for four
years until he entered the serv-
ice. He served 31 months in the
European-Pacific Theatres, en-
listing as a private to be dis-
charged a captain. Since his dis-
charge the candidate has been
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*Jewish fk>rid/ton
PAGE SEVENTEEN
olitical Roundup -
bits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
former Greater Miami Drum and Bugle
Corps.
The musical organization, which
lost all its uniforms and instru-
ments in a recent fire, sought to
raise $8,000 with a benefit show.
Bayfront park, however, had
been engaged clear through to
May 4 by office seekers. Davis
heard of the band's plight, and
promptly gave up his own rally
night, April 15.
Davis has reminded voters at
16 rallies he attended to insure
their franchise, if they will be
absent from Dade county May 4,
by casting absentee ballots be-
tween April 20 and April 30, as
provided by state election rules.
He also continued his campaign-
long onslaught against Venetian
causeway tolls, and against what
he termed "Florida's iniquitous
milk lobby."
nlford H. Reeder,
.or of Miami, last week
>ngly endorsed the candidacy
mest R- Graham for county
','., ssioner. He spoke to Dade
i over the radio.
eeder cited the fact that Gra-
is a graduate engineer with
[ :ing experience in France
tjng World War I. He reported
Lt Graham was a former mem-
f
fcnbei
rida
of

the state road board, a
for eight years of the
senate and that for eight
he had represented the
Miami in Washington, D.
ut charge.
[ore than any other special-
paining, we need a knowl-
of engineering on our com-
We've never had the
Lnce to get a man like Ernest
i before, but we have it
[, engineering 'Know How'
, | to our flood control prob-
to cur drinking water, road
I g and garbage disposal
|t1\c former mayor termed
raham's record as a state sena-
unparalleled by any other
t, He added, "we need a
an ii spected by the state leg-
I on our county commis-
on. You can have no idea how
our tax money is squan-
d in futile lobbying by hirel-
lawyers in Tallahasse who are
Indergarten boys compared to
priest Graham."
Ri i ler declared that Mrs.
Iraham was a former school-
( and a PTA worker and
hut both she, and Graham, had
forked hard to better school con-
ions in Dade county. He said
hat Graham was a successful
irmer, dairyman and cattleman
irho could give a "full measure
le to county commission
vo\ k."
thority and aviation industry of-
ficials; no "closed doors" with an
honest and intelligent adminis-
tration in the interest of the
general public.
Legislature candidate Darrey
avis '.rented a precedent for
P this week when he
only big rally night
front park to help the
David M. Papy, candidate for
county commissioner, district one,
stated that he is running solely
on his qualifications, denying
political affiliations with any in-
dividual or clique. "I believe my
31 years experience as an engi-
neer on public works will be of
great tvalue in administering the
duties of couhty commissioner."
His 15-point platform includes:
immediate action on a flood con-
trol program; county hospital
surpassed by none; water con-
servation for the future; gener-
ous and adequate facilities for
our delinquent and under-privi-
leged children; parks and play-
grounds within walking distance
of every Dade county child, and
facilities for baseball, basketball,
swimming, tennis in these parks;
a vigorous expanded health pro-
gram: generous and adequate care
for the aged; liberal zoning laws;
organization of a garbage dis-
posal system that will satisfy
everyone; better roads; a free
foreign trade zone; establishment
of an aviation advisory board;
closer cooperation with all Dade
county municipalities; full co-
operation between the Port Au-
"The facts concerning Dade
county's treatment of the mental-
ly ill are.appalling," stated Grant
Stockdale, candidate for the
county commission from district
4. "Federal health standards call
for five hospital beds for the
mentally ill, per thousand of pop-
ulation."
"Dade county, with a popula-
tion nearing a half million, has
no facilities for treatment at all.
Mentally ill white children go
on an endless waiting list for the
home in Gainesville which is
packed. There is no place in the
state where negro children can
go for treatment."
"One eleven-year-old boy has
been chained to his room in the
Northwest section since he learn-
ed to walk. Adult colored mental
patients are locked up in the
county jail until a vacancy oc-
curs in Chattahoochee. White
patients awaiting commitment
are kept in the Miami Retreat, for
the most part locked in cells with
no opportunity for occupational
or recreational therapy. Often, it
is months before a patient who
might have responded to early
treatment arrives at Chattahoo-
chee, were some curative meas-
ures are available."
Citing the 75 million dollar
matching fund appropriation
available under the Federal Hos-
pital Survey and Construction
Act, Stockdale promised to work
for the foundation of a state hos-
pital in Dade county.
Stockdale's mental health pro-
gram also advocated: routine
psychiatric examination of ju-
venile delinquents and adull
crime offenders; a mental health
clinic in Dade county; proper
facilities for the care of children
awaiting treatment for mental
illness at Gainesville; facilities for
quartering and treating colored
children "whose mental illness is
not provided
chains."
for only with
"When the Minorities Work
Together They Become a
Majority."
Ernest R. Graham
ELECT
Fred W. McCall, Jr.
SUPERINTENDENT
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
"A Complete Educational
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for
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QUALIFICATIONS:
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Actual experience with all phases of the Educational
HoUtermof many Local. State, and National Professional
offices
Able Leader
Paid Political Adv.
S. E. "Doc." SPAULDIKG
For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT No. 1
Pioneer Business Man
SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY
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ELECT
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COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3
May 4 Primary
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Elect
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to the
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RE-ELECT
GLENN C. MINCER
Your State Attorney
Mincer has obtained convic-
tions 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.
RE-ELECT
KENNETH OKA
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
5th District
Miami Beach,
Surfside and
Golden Beach
"A Record of Service. Honesty and
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
*Jmist fhrktian
" The Wandering Jew
99
By DR TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
I first rned ut the '''.
when I c.rv.rli.r.ji :. rr.v '.'.::: :'-:-.:
wasn't lucky with my :'..;-: and Qower r
Win," be said, thafi what you are up
; u want U gn w things :" "'
apartrr.er.:. Why Jon'1 you try I few poti I
*Wandering Jew*?"
"Wandering Jew? What's that?" I aski
"You're some horticulturist h
of the Wandering Jew." the stand-by i U
wind w-sill ;;::Tnrr-." my florist hi
jovial N : at that plant and h point* i
a: a trailing sort f ivy "ifs a!' and at n :
could wish for '.: requires do care at allif
.-:.-:. ::'s OK U: And
-:. i m 1 any sun-light i
It grows tter h w ; u ~-
and abusi I There's not ana like the Wandi
Jew* for ss. It th: ives and pr
eonditi as I I w ..' I k ny the: plant e\
cactus rake my i ri get .....pie f i
: regrel :--
are >nlj twenty- its."
And s I wught three Wandering;
That it Sine* then I
spent a nice i irs on rr
ryafter s fi
5 1 fancy plants and amusing
ves tqp rhey aren't
i ::.-. stuff : get dong n the w ind
a city apartment 7. ns lanted from their oa-
just the plant
vit i rtra i i provi l< i for
re still
ist kept rowing tho* W c
1 To be precise, t 'r 7*
in* son ;' Planti ~ "' '" wn !
la -i T-
H wever I I "-
are jtnf plani
dering Jews"
Whenever II k at the "Wandering Jews"
my heart is eased The;
svmb : I Ox Eternal Jewwande: og
the earth for t
I ght and runs* : : n
......'
ly and soul t g<_
>ret thriving p: wpering [ wing and
: look a: my War iei ng ;" '
c r-s : -- |. as I t
I see general] ns sf Jews]
r
: surv v rs f the N
within a few short months
the I tion. I in condu
" Is and print ng their wn "'
- a their comic rl
I '
I look a: my "Wandering Jews" mi
ad -silj and the r Ji surv v d
; very simp! I pick '
irdy trailing branch of
...... g:cal essays 1
./..:: They arc
ves and are s
: I'll have t
their
ted into I Fust 1
:. : .-: :.-. ..:':'. I didl I anj
ns and put t 1 v the darkest
I the n't wat them fo:
a bit Thi

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rhe Strati gy f J
ght
The "Wandering Jews" m my wind w-sill
s'e pr sr. th ut plani vitamins and en-
while my ther \ tits ar ailing
ss of h much plant vit as em
md sunsh
Can .: I that I .. ve ,.-.; -:....... i Je^-:;h
survival strength and itamina in th r.i in
te of :: all? As I look a: the "W n I
Jews o my window-sil] I fee]
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LAY, APRIL 23, 1948
ssover Moods In Italy
+Jmist Fk>ridHan
PAGE NINETEEN
By Leo Bernstein
LA. Correspondent in Italy)
L Passover holiday reminds
Jews of liberation. Today,
is particularly true of the
sh refugees who are now in
f Phey have been "liberated"
the Nazis, but they are still
ffimn enjoying freedom, al-
Kh they are happy that they
ached Italy and are no
Lr n German soil, or in the
Itries where their families
ssacred by the Nazis.
last few months, the
V i of European refugees
is countries has increas-
eadily, with the South Amer-
countries taking first place
emigration. In the refugee
pS m Europe there are many
nlssions from South America
ging the applicants who will
ted to enter the various
[tries of the New World.
0w. what is the material the
r :,s have to choose from.'
i.c expected, the Jews
pretii .illy have the same rights
ij other nationals, but in act-
If.n-t there are many restric-
fo Jews. As a result there
up movements like the
rranos," and the Jews try
all means to get the "aran"
|n necessary for their
ration to South America.
c ain material from which
issions have to choose
Ithe future citizens of South
Lrica consists of Ustashi
h Nazis), members of the
iNazi Wlasow Army (Ukrai-
b), Lithuanians who were the
est ollaborators of the Ges-
ind other refugees of the
\c kind These are just those
gees who are anxious and
psmg for emigration, because
nothing more than to
[ri-p itriated. It is a sad thing
relations between the USSR
hi USA have worsened to
i extent that just these
are now able to take
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advantage of this fact.
It is very interesting, too, that
the situation in Italy for these
refugees has worsened to such a
degree that the International
Refugee Organization has decided
to mave the camps from northern
Italy to the south. In southern
Italy, the I.R.O. hopes, there will
be a more friendly atmosphere, or
at least a more indifferent one.
In the last few months between
3,000 and 4,000 refugees were
transported from these camps to
South America, mainly to Argen-
tina, Brazil and Peru. In one of
these transports, which was
scheduled to leave for Peru, there
were 19 Jews. On the same steam-
er, there was a group of Ukraini-
ans who knnew the Jews from
the camps. Before the ship sailed,
all refugees were assembled at
Bagnoli, and there the Jews were
attacked and threatened by the
Ukrainians, who told them frank-
ly it would be better not to jour-
ney on that ship, because they
would all be thrown overboard as
soon as the vessel reached the
open sea. The Jews finally left
the ship.
It is clear that the pro-fascist
Ukrainians and other refugees of
the same type are introducing
into these overseas countries a
hatred against Jews and a very
dangerous pogrom atmosphere,
which was not known there until
now. If we remember that more
than half-a-million such refugees
are seeking immigration to South
America, then it is easy to ima-
gine what a great menace they
are going to be to the Jews there
During the war, while the Jews
were persecuted by the Nazis,
thousands found asylum in Italy.
Nowhere in Europe did the gov-
ernment and the people show so
much humanity towards the Jews
as in Italy, Even after the war
was over, this attitude of good
will towards the Jews did not
change The Jews continued tto
live undisturbed in this country
-in cities, ramps or small towns,
waiting for resettlement oppor-
tunities.
It was not so long ago that
Foreign Minister Count Sforza
declared that the Jews have found
in Italv a safe asylum until they
can go to their new homelpnd.
Nor is this all. It may be said
that despite British pressure,
Jewish refugees still succeed in
entering and leaving the country
secretlybut certainly not with-
out official knowledge.
However, recently Jewish ref-
ugees have been arrested by the
Italian authorities. It seemed at
first, that these arrests, which
were directed not* only against
refugees generally, were aimed at
combatting the black market and
illegal residence in Italy. But
littie by little it became clear that
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vJenisti fhrktian
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
tizens Army Guards The Yishuv
I. ,,,, journalist and foreign correspondent, Julian I,. Meltser has
L ..,, than a **5** ,n,e *??......respondent In Palestine of the
Times and other IpiiiIiiik American newspapers and nen servlee
ih, lournallstlc corps in Jerusalem, Meltser, who visited the tnlted
ia | rear on behalf <>f the United Jewish Appeal, Is oi.....f the best-
,. ithorltles on Hfi- In Palestine today.EMIton Note)
tall, bearded young man with rolling gait strides erectly
[the main street of Jerusalem. Thick khaki trousers caught
ankles by gray puttees, a khaki open-neck shirt and grey
\er, and heavy army-type boots make up an unofficial
m.
a British "balaclava"
ap with peaked tips at
id rear, tilted at a jounty
to the right.
bungsterhe is 21carries
,,c-k beard almost proud-
i hm seeming to jut out
tract notice. He is
of Palmach, the "Yi-
n." Palmach is derived
Hebrew abbreviation of
Machatz," the striking
Haganah.
present emergency in
Palmach has undertak-
and patrol duties for
h traffic on the highways
S of the country. In its
are the flower, no idle
youth of the Yishuv.
many a flower-like
mg its girls who serve
sharing the same risks
as the young men.
'(,r in Palviach
:n of growing beards
il origin among the
le bloods of Palestine
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young voices raised in cheerful
song. They look round to see an
armored omnibus passing, its
small peep-holes unlatched. A
Haganah platoon is going out on
road escort duty.
Some Never Come Back
Going out. Some of them may
never come back, as so many of
their generation have not return-
ed in the past few months. But
they are singing, the songs of the
new and undaunted Yishuv, the
Palmach song and the Field Force
song, and the ditties which are
becoming the new folk music of
Jewish Palestine.
These boys and girls, who have
lately finished high school, have
dedicated themselves to national
service. They are volunteers.
They have no medals to win, nor
would they be interested in dec-
oration. |
Their valor is the valor of a
young generation which has been
chosen out of the long centuries
of history for this moment to pro-
beards assume vari-|tect the building of a homeland.
t Some are Lincolnian, | The men and women who built
t .1-1 ices. Vandykes are j the early foundations of today's
|l America were of the same mettle.
k 5 of the British Navy [The frontier settlers, the covered
t>: i s, the young men on wagon pioneers, the farmers who
days can perceive the ultimates
of history. Yet the people of the
Yishuv, the older folk who loon
on with glad hearts and envy ot
those chosen for a mission, are
profoundly imbued with one cer-
titude.
It is a certitude born out of the
simplicity of belief in the prow-
ess of these boys and girls in their
'teens and early twenties. It is
the certitude that the youngsters
who keep the routes of supply
open to Jerusalem and the Negev,
who defend Jewish villages, who
seek to assure the constitutional
right of life, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness for themselves
and their fellows, have been
blessed in purpose.
A History-Making Generation
It is, supremely, the certitude
that they are the generation of
whom history will in time speak
in glowing terms, long after those
who failed to help them are for-
gotten dust.
Within a few minutes after an
explosives-laden car blew up
with fatal results outside the Pal-
estine Foundation Fund building
in Jerusalem, a platoon of Jew-
ish Commandoes were on the
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them that little in-
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1 'Unger Yishuv. The
grow long, twirly
British Royal Air
its of the last war. But
Patrol, like the Dover
Britain in the last war.
lull maritime beard.
1 in a Tel-Aviv tho-1
hear the sound of I
hacked into the forests and the
stalwarts who tamed the prairies,
had the same urge towards order-
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Seder Dream
(A Passover Story
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with turnii -
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By David Mordecai
We were near ng th< end of the
Hagadah. on the first night of
Passover, when Joeythat's my
boy nudged me. "Look at
Grandpa." he said.
I turned my head a few inches
and saw mj fathi his -
white beard > < -. jly.
his face a little pinched, his head
down un his :-...... w chest souiiu
asleep. If I were ..:- artistwith
his white prayer gown, his square
skull-camp, th ethin wis] -
greying ha ir rawling out fr m
under the Passover cap .
We turned to t, and
only after sev
father awaken When he did, we
were half-wa} tl.....gh the ge-
fulte fish. H tui n< .1 I
said in a soft y in lis ri< h
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r< ading an artic It thi t simi
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they think he still alive! Bu:
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JAY. APRIL 23, 1948
*l?*istncridian
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Refuge in America: A New Deliverance
By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL
lairman of the Board, United Service for
New Americans
Irhe candles in their heavy brass holders cast
L. i,iow over the white holiday tablecloth. The
tin/ glasses are filled to the brim with rich,
et "vine. A matzoh lies hidden in ritual fashion
1C edge of the pillow, and the big Hagaddah.
jby with the thumbprints of years, is open.
toed are Thou, Lord, our God, King of the
terse, who dost create the fruit of the vine.
is the bread of affliction which our fathers
lii- the land of Egypt. Let all those who are
IjV; | enter and eat thereof. ."
11 this year of our history 5708, throughout
pngth and breadth of America, thousands of
are celebrating a more recent deliverance.
the homeless, the displaced, the sur-
of Nazi persecution who have come from
iily ruins and hiding places of the world to
n on our shores.
More than 40,000 uprooted Jews have come
knerica since the end of the war. About half
|tlu' present arrivals are from the displaced
: ramps of Europe. Several hundred month-
ie from the ghetto of Shanghai, where they
from the Nazi horde only to be interned
jser[uently by the Japanese. Others come from
; countries in Europe where they hid out
v re stranded during the years of war and
sciution.
In many instances, the new arrival is the last
(laining member of his family. He is the sur-
H>r of an experience of horror that took from
irthly possessions, his loved ones, and even
human dignity. He comes to America with
t the hope in his eart, his living need to let
dead bury the dead, his almost inconceiv-
i inage to start life anew. Hungry, he
tc ...
A erican Jewish communities throughout
United States have organized themselves to
Ip him. Through United Service for New Amer-
ln the largest welfare agency serving im-
migrants in this country, the Jews of America
are enabling the newcomer to build his life
anew. Wherever he goes in our vast country, or-
ganizations and public-spirited people that co-
operate with United Service, work to help him
rebuild his life in peace and freedom, to become
an independent, self-sustaining member of a
democratic society. The program which United
Service conducts in behalf of the refugee im-
migrants is financed by the $250,000,000 campaign
of the United Jewish Appeal for 1948.
United Service help involves rehabilitative
assistance and emotional support during a diffi-
cult period of adjustment. It means resettlement
'u i^ various communities of America where
the skills of the newcomers are needed and where
the process of Americanization can be more rapid.
It includes vocational guidance, training or re-
training, and skilled vocational placement, help
with housing and budgeting and health problems.
And fundamentally, it means conveying to the
new arrivals a sense of home, a feeling of be-
longing, roots from which they can grow out to
assimilate the American culture, to which they
can, in turn, contribute the heritage of their own
history and courage and ideals.
The prayers of the newcomers at the Pass-
over table are the songs of hope for the future.
For them, Passover is truly the festival of
Spring, the voice of the turtle that is heard in the
land.^ the promise of new life beginning. .
"Open the door and the Messiah will come
into the house. He will drink from the full cup
of wine. .. ." More than one full cup of wine waits
today on the Passover table. More than one un-
seen presence stands behind the door. The men,
women, and children of the homeless way stations
of the world wait for the door of refuge to open
With faith in the conscience of mankind, with
the strength of an undying people, with the stub-
bornness of life itself, they break the unleavened
bread of the exodus and wait for liberation. "Be
strong and of good faith, O Israel ... the Messiah
will come into the house and drink from the full
cup of wine which waits for him."
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
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+Je*ist flcrldlar
Political Roundup
Nathan Mayo, present com-
missioner of agriculture, is seek-
ing re-election on his record of
achievement and his unfinished
program of agricultural promo-
tion which is now underway.
In a statement issued by Com-
missioner Mayo at Tallahassee he
points out that, through the co-
operation of all Florida citizens.
Alexander
ary of
Gordon, executive
the Miami Beach
Hotel lociation state_
John D. Marsh. Mia week endorsing '>;<
is .. candidate in the present i lee- Cartv tol ... vernor of Florida
tion for circuit \' mber of the
number one ,.. )( Q au ,f investigation.
Principal plank in Marsh's gov-
campaign is the abolition wno will be a good id-
"iniquitous" pract wh ''' '" !:
chancery cases, "a I i en- t,Vi. we taxpay |XI"
ing special masters I hear many mum vajue f0r each tax dollar
tailing enormous expenditu i spenti ana who will
much has been done in the pro- the part of litigants, thus deprh
motion and development of agri- mg many modestlj situated per-
culture in all its phases since his sons 0f the full 1
appointment November 1. 1923, 0f the law "
for the cabinet position from
which I was barred in 1946,"
Praser said.
"1 am happy to say that people
all over the state recognize me
is an all-Florida candidate for
job," Fraser added.
,, business man. I have
done and am doing business in
every section. As a member of
both branches of the legislature,
1 believe I proved there is no
factionalism in my make up."
He also states that h< d ies not "A circu I
is in receipt fas
ficiently gener is 1 bvial
necessity ( ng n tl x-
'assistant'
small mil
Mi : -:. is a vi tei an oi >ix
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capacity with both Air Forces
A resident of Dadi
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Burnt Indi ma His I
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I on the Beach
. pel tenden I
,. ..,<,, years of M Viet al h ispital,
" and eu m
Road hospil n I Bi
believe it sound policy to sub-
stitute at this time, an inexperi-
enced man to carry on this work
"which is so extremely vital to
all people of Florida and the
nation "
"During my tenure in office -^
State Farmers Markets have
built, wl are n iw In opera-
tion. Last year 36 milli
worth of produce was sold
through thesi
the loss of a single penny I
farmers, due in part to the Bond-
ing and 1 ch was
enacted by tl slatun and
placed in this
enfoi. tion to
our i. 5. cat-
tlemen, and ot
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We Grow and ship from our Indian
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best Flavored fruit you can buy.
There is a big difference. V4
bushels shipped $1.75. Will deliver
,n Miami $1.25.
CALL MARTIN 7-7443
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Wholesale and
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in! is with me in this bid
ELECT
JESS YARBOROUGH
For Your
County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 1
VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
"PROGRESS WITH JESS"
Pit. Political Adv.
For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHQ
butcher shops and poultry markets
under the active supervision of t e
Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
or for any other Kashruth information
Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Meschejofl
311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA
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SMIIKpAII
Your
County Commissioner
District 5
VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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AND VET OF FOREIGN
WARS
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of its advertisers.
Mendelsohn's S^Y Restaurant
WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE
DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P. M.
1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9334
WE ARE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
If you want an able,
honest, fearless and
impartial judge, who
will be entirely free
from any prejudice
against any race,
color or creed.
Elect
ROBERT H.
GIVENS, JR.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
IN GROUP ONE
NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 5-1105
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| Ii you live anywhere in DADE COUNTY you can VOTE for |
JOHN C. JOHHSON
Your Present Constable
District 5
Miami BeachSurfside
Sunny IsleGolden Beach
Pc! ad ri
by frteade
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
1545 COLLINS AVENUE
lMU KOOM
Under Personal Supervision
HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG
Traditional Friday Night Dinners
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 3
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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n Ave. Mia"11 B
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Featuring STEAKSCHOPSCH ICKEN
AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES
Cater,nB To Parties and Weddinga Phone 5-126*
STRAND RESTAURANT
Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy
Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Condition"
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LY, APRIL 23. 1948
itical Roundup
letting utter disregard for
h,. terms "vicious attempts"
opponents to force him
unbecoming political mud
_ng campaign, Jesse H.
[rough, candidate for coun-
L,.mission, district one,
Id up his program last week
.caking before 22 groups and
[organizations.
|(. ch talk he assured the
. gatherings he is entirely
Jf so-called "political bloss-
and is in no way a party
other candidate in any
. c. "1 am Independent
Lvil! remain independent. I
\, prompted by great hordes
( to enter the county
sion race. I wanted to run
,, iii place myself in a
{cm to serve the people of
county as 1 think they
|d be served," he said.
platform is not elaborate
i isted beyond recognition.
(lotted I will work f
provcment and progress
U county. Before render-
on I promise to study
detail so that I can assist
[ving a correct and honest
a prevailing problem
g n ." he added.
up of more than 100
(, Greater Miami High
Iri athletes pledged their sup-
to Yarborough at a recep-
al the Antilla hotel, Cora
s, last week. Many of the
ts were coached by
[h when he was foot-
at Miami High school.
+Jel*irk/rlciian
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
fice of governor and the other
cabinet posts reside north of Or-
lando," Graves stated, "except L.
Grady Burton, who has for thirty
years resided in the southern end
of the peninsula of Florida. That
means that the cabinet, which
will for the next four years have
control of the sale of thousands of
acres of state lands in the Ever-
glades area, will be composed of
men who live far to the north of
the Everglades area and the only
opportunity that we of South
Florida will have to be heard in
the management and sale of the
state lands will be to put L.
Grady Burton on the cabinet by
making him attorney general."
on contract because the county
was unable to obtain equipment
to do it. "Now that the equip-
ment has become available," he
cited, "the situation is very sat-
isfactory."
Peters also disclaimed any re-
sponsibility of the county com-
mission for "what is being termed
poor harbor conditions and fall-
ing off in water shipping." He
said the county commission, after
taking over as the port authority
in 1946, offered to buy the docks
and other water-borne commerce
facilities from the City of Miami,
which they refused to sell at any
price, "so, when the county is
criticized for any falling off of
water commerce, such criticism,
whether justified or not, should
be directed at the city."
Florida needn't wait on Con-
gress to begin work on the state's
part of the $208,000,000 Army
Engineer's flood control program,
George S. Okell, candidate for
the legislature, declared in a re-
cent campaign speech.
"The plan calls for considerable
state participation," the Miami at-
torney said. "The 1949 legislature
can start the ball rolling, and
I'm prepared to offer the neces-
sary appropriations bills."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring: to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme of
Professional School of Faking at 4800
N. W. 37th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN niCH MAN
Sole Owner.
4/9-16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
_ business under the fictitious name of
Okell pointed out that the State R(lH Toggery at 1581 N. w. 36th
, Florida, intends to
ame with the Clerk of
cult Court of Dade County.
ways and pumping stations along ] Florida. ^ ^^ MILI,ER,
v._.. rw-* -------------------------- r.u m i UKKt'iy
Road Department, for example, I street. Miami.
, .... ., ... register said na
could begin building the spill- ,n(, circuit Coi
A Abbott and Glynn D.
prominent Miami Beach
were appointed co-
Ijmen of the Miami Beach
E if L. Grady Burton for
m general; and David A.
foes, Miami attorney, for Co-
l ive.
iting the appointment,
aid:
fl. Grady Burton has been
Ik : after the troubles of
1,0 people in the Tenth Ju-
liai Circuit of Florida for 20
fa- tate attorney. He has
lei'. i It ted five times. That
ne shows the high regard in
i h he Is held by the people of
Tenth Judicial Circuit."
c stated that since seventy
tcent of the attorney general's
u es are criminal cases on
peal to the Supreme Court of
icla. the man who is elected
I general should be a law-
.. th long experience in the
i tion of criminal cases. He
Hner said that Burton has been
" ting criminal cases since
129 rid has been president of
le Florida Prosecuting Officers
psociation since 1937.
"A the candidates for the of-
Dade county is provided "an
excellent garbage collection and
disposal service" by the county
commission, for the unincorpor-
ated areas. Commissioner Hugh
(Pat) Peters declared this week
in a campaign speech.
"Garbage," he said, "is smelly
stuff at best, and the critics of
your present collection system
make the most of that fact. As
you know, our county has grown
tremendously during the past 10
years, and with that growth it
would now be unsafe to life and
health to handle our garbage sit-
uation as it was handled 10 years
ago. So, your county commission
asked the legislature for author-
ity to do the job properly."
Peters traced the progress
which has been made in this re-
gard since the war years when
the service had to be farmed out
In a recent statement John R.
Ring, candidate for state repre-
sentative in group No. 1, cited
Ihe need for an accountant on the
Dade delegation.
Ring stated that at the last ses-
sion the members were confused
when in one instance they were
presented with statements that
reflected that it would be neces-
sary to raise several million dol-
lars in order to meet necessary
appropriations, and at the same
time they were presented with
figures from another source which
indicated that instead of a deficit,
the state would have a surplus
of several million dollars. The
candidate believes that such con-
flicting statements could be best
analyzed by a certified public
accountant and urged the voters
to consider this point in selecting
their representative.
the Tamiami Trail to throw ex-
cess water southward into the
vast Everglades Park region.
"This is called for in the Army
plan," Okell said, "and it's work
that can be done by the state
without waiting for final action
in Washington."
Solo Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
4/2-9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the nctltlous name
of THE ASBURY HOTEL ANU
APARTMENTS at 541 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 Mils wife)
Joseph Doshay nnd
Sophie Doshay (his wife)
3/26 4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hetty's Cleaners and I^aundry at 98o
V. W. 79th Street. Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ROSE KARP
Sole Owner.
Myers. Hclman and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicant
1/2-9-16-23-30
Vote for
A. W. (Bert)
SIMPSON
tor
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.
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 mil
No. iiT.".. Chapter No. 20968, Laws of
Florida, 1941. will register with the
clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Dado County, Florida, upon re-
celpt "f proof of the publication of
tbis notice, the fictitious name, to-
wlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL
CO. under Which I am engaged in
business I expect to engage In busi-
ness it 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 E, PAYNE.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney, 412 Congress Bid*.
Miami, Florida
I 9-16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tamiami Hotel at 203 W. Flaglcr St..
Miami. Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
II HUMAN SCHULMAN
MAX GOODMAN
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
4/2-9-16-23-30 _________

ms,
-Mac"
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-
ty aviation progress ... more hospital facilities.
* PULL LEVER 8D____________-
BACK MAC. --------^id-political A.lv.
PERRINE
PALMER,
YOUR
SHERIFF
Paid Political
Ad "< I,'.mi| by Frtoitdt
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 Tavenuer
Former Assistant State
Attorney
Paid PoHtloel Adv.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR1
IN AND FOR DADE CoUNTV
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 you. or
either of you. may have against tne
.stale of CHARLES RUBIN, deceased.
lato of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. DI.ANTON, County Judge
of Dnde County, and file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
In Dad.- County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
o- demands to contain the legal ad-
Of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
,.f the 1988 Probate Act.
Date April 2. A. D. 194S.
GEORGE RUHIN
LOUIS RUBIN
\ Administrators of the Estate
of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased.
GEORGE .1 TAL1ANOFE
utornev for Administrators
4/9-16-28-80
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
207:19.
In lie: ESTATE OF VAN X. KENT,
also known as VAN NESS KENT.
ids,, known as V. N. KENT, De-
ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
you, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of van N. KENT, a k/a VAN
M.S.-' KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, de-
l-eased late of Mnhoning County.
Ohio, to the lion. fir. F. blanton.
County Judge "f Dade County, and
file the same i" 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 tu
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
lection 120 of the 1933 Probate
' Date April 1st. A.D. IMS. __,
GEORGTNA KENT.
As Executrix of tho Last Will and
Testament of VAN N, KENT.
a/k/a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a
V N. KENT, Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1028 Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Executrix
4/2-9-16-28
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
LlN CHANCERY, No. 116182
ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ, Plaintiff, vs.
ZENOBIA RODRfGVEZ. Defendant.
TO- ZENOBIA RODRIGUEZ
531 West 186th Street
New York. New York
you are hereby notified andIn-
oulred to appear to the Bill of Com-
p a nt f led In the above styled cause,
on or before May 11th }.*
wise the Bill of Complaint will he
taken as confessed against >ou. Det
{his order be published once a week
for four successive weeks In 1 lie
I.-ulsh Plorldlan, a newspaper pud-
llshed In Dade County Flor da _
Dated this hndayRofTAp.^48.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Se.1)^ ft Qjmm
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/9-16-23-30_____________
IN-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
116278
3ALVATORB ZARBO. Plaintiff, vs.
ELAINE ZARBO, Defendant.
To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns
Place, Rrooklvn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 10th day of May, 1948
Dated this 9th day of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) _____,
Bv WM. W. STOCKING,
SMtguXP Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAND. AjMBP
327 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
4/16-23-30 6/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
smittvs Oarage at 22.', N W 1st
Court Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
AL VOLANTE
Sole Owner
4/16-88-80 5/7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCIIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 116230.
EILEEN STAIANO. Plaintiff, vs.
DOVINICK STAIANO. Defendant.
TO- DOMIN1CK STAIANO
27 Sullivan Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above style.1 cause.
on or before May 10th, 194S. otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order he published once a week tor
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlnn. a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 8 day of April 1918
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Sgal)^ ^^
Deputy 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 THE
FI 1-VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
118862. ...
MURIEL PIZEK, Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL PIZEK, Deiendant.
To: MICHAEL PIZEK.
336 East 6th Street.
New York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or De-
fore the 23rd day of April. IMS-
Dated this ? ayyofgSg&MO.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circult Court Seal^ & ^^
^ Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J- RAND, Attorney
32T Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
3/1S 4 2-9-16
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
* Jen 1stFkrMtai
Passover Moods In Italy
(Continued from Page 19)
they had another reason.
The situation w:s aggravated
by the unpleasant circumstances
and the use of inhuman methods
.n carrying it the arrests Giirb
an ler age were chained and put
into concentration camps. There
was the case of Chaya Orlik a
girl <.f 16. whose documents were
s.olen. Summoned later to show
her papers, she could nit. and
was chained and transi i
a com entrati a t
As menti ned above, there
must be OS
-:>. They are app.i.
political actions, connected with
:.-. April 18th elections, an
din cted again who
are under susj icion I ei.....Sing
in Communist r p mda The
best proof .: this assertion is the
fact : great majority of
arrested 1 are Yug
This sh that this acti( n :> di-
rected not on
In n< ; wnBariive Jew-
ish fax leave
in the B : Transii :amp, 300
: supported tanks
ed 29 im tes
leven J C m I the
Jews was arrested

: Aft:
Iz
the Jews
make regular visits to col
trat n. camps, bringinf
food. prayer books and ;
shawls, trying : satis needs
of the inmates. Or.
:o the Island .:
arrested Jewish I
to be sufl
form of TB.
' com-
mit suicide H [late-
ly freed and sent I "- :
where the JDC
is locate.:
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j ,Ko it the home of Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc., 2180 N. W. 13th Ave., Miami I
.nndSnbuUdino e^Pped Throughout with new facilities has been occupied by ftf^i
i?ncff NovemberVrv^he residents of Dade County for the past ten years. Sunnybrook uS
he maWaqemen of Samuel Saul. In addition to a large variety of hard cheese, the compu,"?
k f?nt aualitv sweet and sour cream, farmer, cream and pot cheeses, cottage cheese. nriSi
^ftbu"er?TS *,,-also specializes in t-gr.d. local and sh.pped eggs. SunnybrM
ins a delivery service over telephones 90601-2._______________________________^^
sa
tains
ti >n to
I us. Pup..
their teachers t
ns in thi
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then sends
:- | ; spective
:' with an in-
n i s] k Th se accept-
ng an asked I make the ques-
tions tl : talk and
11 an- ral ones from the
nee.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Exchange Hotel
141 N. E. Third Avenue


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Southern Fireproofing Service
HARRY FABIAN
914 Pacific Building Miami
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605 Lincoln Road
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
A -YOST HAPPY PASSOVER
V. J. hoc 4 ill eci COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
2M7 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
MAIN PARKING LOT
AND
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SERVICE
J. BARBASH & SONS. Inc.
261 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-8994
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Savory Bake Shop
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
1684 Alton Road
PHONE 5-4941
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HOI E.
MuRlDOuK
Company
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 3-5433P. O. Box 1790
Miami 10. Florida
International Motor Trucks
Power Units. McConnick-
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Farm Machinery
BEST WISHES
Graham Keeling Corporation
CONTRACTORS
71 N. E. 21st Street Phone 9-6509
A Happy Passover to All
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E. F. CHAPLIN, Representing
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DuPont Building Phone
Jarrett Coffee Company
Roasters and Packers of
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501 N. W. Tenth Street Phone M
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TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE
WE REBUILD REPAIR
24-48-Hour Service U Typewriters, etc.. Are Brought In
46 N. W. First Street (Upstairs) Phone 2.8333
Season's Greetings From Carl L. Libby
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i
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UDAY. APRIL 23, 1948
HIvors Add
Ester Camp
fo Osceola
and Mrs. Herbert Silver
inciince the opening of a sister
mp to Camp Osceola to be op-
[ati-d by Mrs. Silver in Horse
,.,., North Carolina for the
b; ison.
i acquired Camp Osceola.
I sunville, in 1946 upon his
lp;uation from the United States
av;.1 Reserve as a lieutenant
A graduate of the Mary-
nd State Teachers college and
Jo University of Maryland, he
|ukI" in Baltimore City schools
: to entering the service. He
b granted a Master of Educa-
te degree from the University
mi last year and resumed
teaching post at South Beach
mi ntary school, Miami Beach.
[v i his wife, the former Belle
Ij;,:. Silver has operated Camp
I i for boys the past two
(Timer seasons. Mrs. Silver is
Uade county teacher and
I the Miami "Y" camp in
mer of 1945.
|D. Paul B. Winston, chief
lusi physician at the Cincin-
kt; Jewish hospital, will be resi-
|nt physician for both camps,
listed by a registered nurse.
end counselor for the boys'
mp will be Winston L. Moeller
has held that position for
past thirteen years and is
icipal of the Hartwell High
'. Cincinnati. Edith Fisher,
nee and guidance teacher at
ach High school, will be
unselor at the girls' camp.
|[nter-camp activities planned
le summer include carnival,
laic: ballet, boating, dancing,
V, ic shows, etc.
Judaism Council
Favors U.S. Plan
NEW YORK. (JTA)-Assert-
ing the American people cannot
afford the luxury of partisan log-
rolling and of propaganda ap-
peals to passion and prejudice
when the national welfare is
involved. Lessing J. Rosenwald.
president of the American Coun-
cil for Judaism, this week urged
support of the United States pro-
Dosals to end the bloodshed and
strife in the Holy Land. He called
for an end to the abuse and
vilification of officials concerned
with the effect of the decision
upon the United States.
In a national radio address,
Rosenwald said that "our nation-
al interests, our stake in world
recovery and world peace are
involved in the Palestine prob-
lem" and described as "sheer non-
sense" the claim that nothing has
happened in the four months
since partition was recommend-
ed by the General Assembly to
warrant reconsideration of Amer-
ica's position.
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
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Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
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Truck Service and Equipment Garwood Sales and Service
FLEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION
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DONALD F. PECK
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2331 Galiano Street Coral Gables 34, Florida
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GENERAL CONTRACTING
Phone 48-8867
2325 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
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TRAIL PONTIAC, INC.
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EGNER & MULCAHY
Tailors
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WISH ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
*Jewisti fhridHfari
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
Roach IC'nai
frith Protests
U. S. Policy
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith passed a resolution last
week protesting and condemning
the "shocking reversal of the gov-
ernment of the United States"
in regard to the partition of Pal-
estine.
The resolution states that a
copy is to be forwarded to Pres-
ident Harry Truman. Senators
Claude Pepper and Spessard L.
Holland and Rep. George A.
Smathers.
GREETINGS
C. DANA WOODMAN
REALTOR
Telephone 4-4264
2128 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
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Construction Co.
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Commercial
and Residential
Construction
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LICENSED AND
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Phone 3-6924
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Miami
Estimates Cheerfully Given
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Manufacturers oi
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Phone 9-4891 915 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
tirdme's
Sunshine fashions
i'
We Extend the Seasonal Greetings
For A Very Happy
PASSOVER
TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY
and we pray that
the coming year
will be a peaceful
and fruitful one!
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
A Citizens Army Guards The Yishuv
(Continued from Page 21)
scene and in charge of security
arrangements.
Foreign. non-Jewish news cor-
respondents who arrived on tthe
spot paid tribute to the discipline
of these young men.
The Commandoes are a n e w
, a""'"* "" """" "*" tered brethren of Euro
standard among youngsters w
lack no quality of coinage or N. revived int
ganah commando.
All these are your people, the
people whom i umstance
or some undivined Purpos<
chosen to represent you in Pales-
tine.
They an not seekers ol admir-
ation or fame. They d
and fight and die to ensure th<
unit in Yishuv life. They are the I """vlval ?' themselves their
i;. f.u .u ti l v family or their present-daj
elite of the youth. They have been .^. Th strive ,, ,n
handpicked for their physiqu ind whu.h th(
and daring. They reach a high tered brethren of Europ. st
- (ii peace
0 I" '
wholesomi \x i like I
When I travelled ip Jeru-
salem m an armored bus i mvoy,
and saw the youn) '
lly though alert w tth
guns ready for defense on
..-- like a ball of knitl
' )ng
new spirit of Jewis i "Palestine |>'ou1
For they are the trained Minute|ur
'.' i .and
These sweet-fi ced gi
eeded no lipsl
ment. might be planning
in their si
their parents' households
be at university, si rene in
liar tasks. They might hi
ng heavy dates
fasti the} are plai
: ithers at I
nd so
the lovely girls ol
.v fallen ai
Instead, they hav<
training
They wear khaki battle dress
uniforms, topped by blue berets
At the side of their headgeai ar
silver badgesa 1 mg sword, its
hilt uppermost. framed
palm-leaves
The Yishuv Commandoes an
the core of the Jewish militar}
forc< s. Th. y are xpn ssivi
Men who, with the Pi Imach, will
be the spi irl (ad of the st uggli
once tiu issue is lined th -
mi r.
Children Play at War
The i hildren I salt m, Tel-
Aviv, Haifa, of th< many
It with funds
the United States 1
United Ji
war-..
Th>.
and :
all. they ] It is
-*.
I
Ha- Ii ft secui it} ti guai d the security
\s right1 Hotel lEquipment Co.
INCORPORATED
; N E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741
We Can Equ:p Y mr Kit hi n F im Our Stock
Ranges Gr-.ddle.1' Fryers Work Tables Steam Tables
frigerOted Sandwich V
>'"' PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE
ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN
DAVID M. PAPY
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE

Civil E '. '. 81 years experience
on public works
native
i .
n.'ads
Bridges
red in Tallahassee, Florida
If years of age.
Came lo Miami In 19S9.
Civil KnglneerC Farmer
Now In the equlpmi il -al business.
lence on pub-
worka
MarriedTwo ohildri n
A Man Who Will Serve the People
Elected county wide
Pd. PoL Adv.
Hear MARSH discuss
your problem in selecting
a Circuit Judge over
WIOD on iollowing
dales:
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 SpeciaUMaster EviL
Pol. adv. paid for by oommlttee for election of John D. Maneh
er peoph m" 'he
mmunity.
have cl iks **""
miliai than the
im.
TI ev keep t
while
Thevlivi I
ands.
i Unit
you
[cllow-
You can igi
steel

bullets ir hard out
Ii
i ii j .
5 fine
pose, ai I



tin y. th<
^t
Zdftr-
^jGUST BROS Ry
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
good foods, the right kind,
and Sunshine galore
Such vitamin Sources,
have plenty in store
mm
KW
BUT JUST TO MAKE SUP
OUP, SUPPLY IS OKAY,
WE ALL TAKE THF/MUU I PI V
CALLED"'ONE-A-DAY"
Thert U vitamin protection
for you, neighbor! When
you supplement the food you
eat each day with Onb-A-
Day (brand) Multiple Vita-
min Capsules, you get all
the vitamins known to be
necessary in human nutri-
tion. When it is so easy and
Inexpensive to take One-A-
Day (brand) Multiple Vita-
min Capsules, can you afford
to be without them? To
assure minimum daily re-
quirements, take Just one
capsule each day. M
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-22_AY' APRIL 23,
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MORRIS ORUN

ELECT .
MAX M. SINGER
your Ihlvyat. to the
Democratic National Convention
Fourth Congressional District
Subject to May 4th Primary
Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER
If elected I will go to the convention unfo
structed, but announce at this time that I am
pledged to Senator Claude Pepper if nominated
as President or Vice President, in recognition ol
an outstanding humanitarian and a great
American.
rir.-is Pull Lever 17F
Political jUt.
J. B. ELLENBURG
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 1
I Pledge My Whole Support To The
Taxpayers And Voters Of Dade Coun-
ty. More And Better Garbage Colla-
tion-, Reducing Toll To Crandon Park
To 25c; Full Support In Flood Control.
"A Friend And Neighbor"
r..l I Political A4.


ELECT
An Accountant
JOHN R. RING
State Representative
Group No. 1
FINANCE and TAXATION are our
Greatest Problems. Include a
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNT-
ANT in Your Delegation
1 Itl ll j
ELECT
Franklin Parson
COUNTY SOLICITOR
Criminal Court of Record
Resident of Dade County for the
past 19 years.
Served 14 years en City of Mian
Legal Staff.
Served 9 years as Attorney
Miami Planning Board. L
Attorney for Miami Civil Sew*
Commission pr 7 years-
42 years old, married, has *
children.
Graduate of University of 1W"
and University mi Pittsburgh
rd. political Ad.
s Time To Change For Better Law Enforcement^
TRULY NOLEN. Pre.ident
ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS
wE sreciAUZE IN TERMITE CONTROL
\
5-YEAR
GUARANTEE
11 c 5"3444
Street and Prairie Ave.
Miami Beach
Miami Phone 2-
FREE
INSPECTION


klDAY, APRIL 23. 1948
*Jeni$f) Fhrldnan
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
k(MiaI Conference of
\ristian$ and Jews
iTlns organization, strangely
>ugh, was formed during the
Lied campaign when Al Smith
In against Herbert Hoover for
K presidency. In 1928 a bitter
[ti-Catholic propaganda cam-
I was let loose; five years
lie Hitler launched a far more
is campaign against Jews.
. ('.inference did not disband;
1 more work to do than ever.
literature of the Confer-
, reads well enough. It is com-
led to fight racial hatreds and
ligious bigotry. But does it?
after a fashion; and with its
gloves on. It voices a protest
ist intolerance; but, alas, its
rises scarcely above a
isper. Its battles are conduct-
: a scries of round-table de-
. ,m the radio. The discus-
i ( are anemic. Its attacks upon
i rsive forces are quite feeble
ilicy of the Conference
ms to be not to give offense to
ne; the keynote is appease-
lent.
One cannot but regret this
k, resistance to the forces
|f i vil. What an opportunity this
I group has missed in the
vicinity. Our metropoli-
ea continues to remain a
1 4d of religious and racial
isions, The Ku Klux Klan has
eased to operate in Miami.
j, es Only signs are brazenly
I d throughout tropical
F. A negro face is scarcely
[j in the white business dis-
i of Greater Miami in
1 contrast to Savannah,
Charleston, Augusta, Richmond,
Atlanta and the other chief cities
|>f the deep South.
Miami Round Table
["he appeasement policy of the
rence is apparently dictated
|h le desire to shy away from
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lion's Used Cars
USED AUTOMOBILES
5991 N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 78-8355
C II. Donaldson
Owner
GREETINGS
For the
PASSOVER SEASON
I HA AUGUST
STUDIOS
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GREETINGS
Ace-Saxon
Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677
CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING
MACHINES
A Service Institution
TO ALL A HAPPY
PASSOVER
Hlue and Gray
Cab Co.
RIDE IN SAFETY AND
COMFORT
Phone 2-4141
anything controversiala policy
made familiar to us by the B'nai
B'rith. Now if the aims of any
society be non-controversial, well
and good. We have no quarrel
with it. But then it becomes dif-
ficult to understand the attitude
of the Miami section of he Na-
tional Council. It seems 1,, have
gone out of its way to offend the
large and important Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami.
Recently the Miami Round
Table has seen fit to honor pub-
licly a representative of the
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish
faiths. I am quite sure that Judge
David Heffernan and Dr. Glenn
C. James have each a long record
of honorable service and are
truly representative of their re-
spective denominations. But
when it came to the Jewish choice
it selected the local head ol the
American Council for Judaism.
Inc. One can only marvel at this
boner. Was it intentional? Or
simply naive? in any case, not
very appeasing.
If the Miami Round Table had
searched with a microscope it
could not have found anyone
more obnoxious to 99'< of the1
Jews of Greater Miami. What
about the Jewish members of the
board? Didn't they know, at least,
that the American Council for
Judaism, Inc., is regarded as
loathsome and contemptible? This
Council, with scarcely more than
50 members in Miami, generally
deny then affiliation and pride
themselves on their American
patriotism. (Evidently they never
heard Dr. Samuel Johnson's fa-
mous quip that patriotism is the
last refuge of the scoundrel).
They are more in sympathy with
the Arab assasins in Palestine
than with the Jewish victims.
They refuse to contribute to the
$250,000,000 U. J. A. campaign
a sacred obligation to all Jewry
lest some of the money may
reach the heroic defenders of
the Yishuv in the Holy Land.
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1737 Bayshore Drive Phone 2-5835
741 W. 41st Street Phone 5-2016
GREETINGS
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Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Trucking
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PHONE 2-3144
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"Specializing in S.W. Properties"
2269 Coral Way Phone 83-1621-2
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AL i; A UK I I
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To Our Many Friends and
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>

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PHONE 48-6725
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Mr. and Mrs. Marx Fcinbcrg
and
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN
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RESORT WEAR FOR MEN AND CHILDREN
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Also CHICKEN STEAK -- CHOPS
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homes and additions."
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TO ALL A MOST
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F. J. ROCKS
824 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-5771
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NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI, IXC.
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
2186 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 3-6491
TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS
iJ
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Tank Co., Inc.
1338 N. W. 29th STREET
PHONE 3-6479


PAGE THIRTY
vjmlsii fhridliair ___
Seder Dream
(Continued from Page 22)
-Swine! Sup laugh-
i
news had come and throughout
the world the people were rejoic-
ing. The schools were closed, the
factories and the farms were de-
serted, the shops and the cafes
U ere empty, but in the streets the
people were dancing and singing
and shouting HIYA: HIYA!
"It was the second day since the
Day of Peace and the people of
the earth were joyous.
"A middle-aged man. walking
stiffly and slowly, his white fe-
dora pulled low over his fore-
head, his eyes bespectacled, and
wearing a light-gray, checked
autumn suit, went up the street
in the small peasant village.
"Another middle-aged man.
ttout of belly and his face red
with drink approached the stran-
ger with a tall glass of foaming
beei
" 'C 'me. my friend.* the one
with the beer shouted heartily
today w." are all brothers. Ru-
thenia is free! Everything is free!
Here, drink and be merry.' 11,
put his thh k, calloused hand on
the newcomer's shoulder and
laughed 'ike a happy drunkard.
"'The stranger took the
. .id drank it empty 'Down with
the tyrant" he said with feigned
enthu jjns.ii
' Hi ill | the
'' I fesl vities Men and,
' ren passed I
irn ter- thi eyi ;
I i -- They did I

i '.
He ine I he en iwd
i ' fas s :! i nd -
it to ol-'p and
I ; t thi
he felt hin
h : and his om "
t in an
i that h. I
pulled into a circle of mer-
Round
they ] ]

peasant
shi utine
HIYA! HIYA!!
The strangei
9 happy now. Hap-
had been in over a
Ror thi at 1
the vicl y
irmies and the downfall
of the tyrant but I alone have
my special little celebral
"And the more h | d on
this the faster and wilder and
merrier he danced.
"A burly, clumsy, inebriated
peasant woman fall against him
and if-.' two went down, rolling in
the soft e;>r*h. The dancers stop-
ped ana roared w th I iu [hter.
"But the stranger rose to his
feet swiftly and as he did so he
felt tor h's glasses and hat and
beard, The glasses were gone. The
hat was gone. And the beard hunt
limply from bis chin.
"The crowd burst into still
louder laughter. A pretty maiden
ran forward and mischievously
plueked off tin
while with one sweep of hei
hand she removed his disheveled
toupee, The peasants' laughtei
grew even more and
. as a huge, expectant cr >w ;
surrounded the str
"The stranger glared I
crowd that had gathered to ex-
amine and mock him. His t' irp,
gi ay < > os. no mger shii Idi
. -lense gla ..-. f lie I with
i.lood.
"A kick if black, shiny hair
sl;pped back into its eusl
pi i above his left eye.
"He leaped forward and
ing! Stop! Sti p'
Th aughti .
. i and the
changi 'I from )o>
nnenl ind sur-
prise Thej st. pped a few paces
bade.
\...i ihen il ca 1>'m
r ,js v < screi i rung 'Swine!
These eyes filled with blood .
mi t c iuragc and the
men ol [n I bi iwn trembli d F i
v -ice, v. io,h had
i i ought with il calamitj
bn I I witl
. ti 'it. the boa 1. pi
. down his
d in his eyi
"A : ""'
Quick'
I
!'ul mol lawing men and
women and children rushed to-
i irds "he r ,Vl--
soon then gleam, thi ir fa us
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT
i ail I wo en and children
I round iind r iun I, cl i]
-
iin HIYA! HIYA'
And people
ine earl iced n thi
day after tneD I Peaci."
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Miaaj
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wm. a m \\< ii \m> .in
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CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
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i
TO ALL A MOST
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*
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CONSULTING ENGINEERS
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Miami
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lAY, APRIL 23,
IS or CUR time*
*'Jewistinor Id kin
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
tfhi GREATEST YIDDISH HUMORIST
0) m. .IMF WHOSE WORKS HAVE
gftN rRANSlAKD INTO EVERY LAM-
GUAGi INCLUDING JAPANESE AND
ESPERANTO. IS OFTEN RifERRiD TO
A, THE 'JEWISH MARX TWAIN"..
SHOLOM AIEICHEM
i k, NORMAN wkS SOI NOOCI.
1- fc RHOOA I SIMON
WRH SOLOMON RAWNOWnZ IN RUSSIA IN
IM9, HE WAS KNOWN AS A SCHOLAR AND A
HAPPY YOUNGSTER WHO AIWAYISJW THE
HUMOROUS SIDE Of A SITUATION.
AT THE AGE Of 17, AS ATUTOR Of RUSSIAN HE
WAS CALLED TO TEACH THE 12-YEAR-OLD DAUGH-
TER Of A WEALTHY LANDOWNER. THEY EELl
INLOVE.ANDAfEW YEARS LATER SHOLOM
AIEICHEM VIARRIEO OLGA Uftf IN 1663.
AIT'.V) HE ACQUIRED HIS FMHEMN-tMl 5
FORTUNE AFTER THE LATTERS DEATH IN
IMS, SHOLOM AIEICHEM DECIDED TO DE-
VOTE HIMSELF TO WRITING.
AFTER WITNESSING THE 1905 KIEV POGROM.
HE AND HIS FAMILY WENT TO SWITZER-
LAND. LATER .HE MARE SEVERAL LEC-
TURE TOURS THROUGH WESTERN EUROPE.
ENGLAND AND THE U.S.
!h, AFTER THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,HE EMI-
GRATED TO AMERICA WHERE HE WROTE A POP-
ULAR COLUMN FOR THE WARHEIT OF N.Y.
'T06IAS.THE MILKMAN^ ONE Of HIS MOST SUCCESSFUL COMEDIES
WAS PRODUCED BY MAURICE SCHWARTZ, AND LAID THE FOUNDATION
FOR THE JEWISH ART THEATRE...HIS*irj HARD TO BE A JEW INTRO-
DUCED PAUL MUNI TO THE STAGE. -
SHOLOM AIEICHEM DIED IN NEW YORK IN
Wlb. AT THE AGE OF S7. AFTER HAVING EN-
RICHED YIDDISH LITERATURE WITH SOME
FORTY VOLUMES OF SHORT STORIES,
NOVELS AND PLAYS.
Hi WAS ONE OF THE FEW ARTISTS WHO WAS
ACCLAIMED DURING HIS OWN LIFETIME, NOT
ONLY BY HIS PUBLIC. BUT BY OTHER GREAT
CRITICS SUCH AS GORKY AND TOLSTOY. THIS
WAS THE GIFTED AUTHOR Of BELOVED WORKS
WHOSE STORIES WILL UVEON FOREVER....
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Dixie Electric Co., Inc.
H. J. NOLAN
3'2 Sunset Drive Phone 48-3146
ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Famous Employment Agency
MOE BROWARNIK, Owner
Phones 3-07633-0764
140 N. E. Second Avenue Miami 32, Florida
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
City Laundry, Inc.
2160 N. W. FIRST COURT
A HAPPY PSSOVER TO ALL
Ollie Page Service Station
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WEBER, THOMPSON
& LEFCOURT
Accountants and Auditors
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-6393
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BUY WITH CONFIDENCESERVE WITH PRIDE
MRS. NATT'S BAKERY
PIES CAKES PASTRIES BREAD ROLLS
WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
61 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 7-1649
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
DADE COUNTY
DAIRIES
Phone 7-1977
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Complete Service"With a Smile
2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET
PHONE 3-9365
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Complete Outfitters
HOTELS APARTMENTS RESTAURANTS
INSTITUTIONS
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MIAMI CRUSHED STONE GO
PRODUCER OF
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SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY.
Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Trucks
4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami
P. O. Box 451, South Miami Branch
PHONESt 4-2M14-2582
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SHARP
Refrigeration
Service
1702 N. W. 15th St. Rd.
PHONE 9-3*27
ijj
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IIARDEV OFFICE SUPPLY
270 GIRALDA CORAL GABLES
Phone 3-4585 Phone 3-4870
PAUL'S CARPET CO.
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Cut and Sewed Repaired and Laid
Sterilized and Demothed
2412 N. MIAMI AVE., MIAMI 37, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
King's
Shoe Rebuilders
"The Best on the Beach"
1679 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc.
"Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty"
10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Florida
*
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SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM
Extends to All Their Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
THE BEST FOR THE
PASSOVER TO ALL
MR. and MRS.
Maurice Weinreb
and FAMILY
829 S. W. 31st Arenue
MIAMI

TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Wont You
Hav-a-Tampa
Cigar?
"They're Better"
Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company
73 N.W. Eighth Street Phajj* 2-8185
t i


PAGE THIRTY-TWO
+Jen1stncrMton
E^APRIL23
Political Roundup
Climaxing a week of intensive
campaigning in Dade county
rural areas. Attorney Roland R.
Sweet, candidate for the county
commission from district one. is-
sued twin promises to "throw
current county zoning and garb-
age laws into the ashcanwhere
they belong" and to "correct
Crandon park's confused financial
affairs."
The former assistant count;
licitor declared he would "stren-
uously oppose the county
mission's plan to spend some S8.-
000.000 to "fill in and bulkhead
surrounding swampy Ian I
erect an 18-hole golf ,
two yacht harborsultra and
wholly unnecessary facilities
which only five percent of the
county's population could
to use."
'Right now." Swei I
"Crandon park has every I
needed for the enjoymi n1
vast majority of the pi
some not needed, including
a-year cabanas which are "way
out of most Dade countians'
reach."
"If elected to thi
I will concentrate my i (i rts -
wards helping the small bus

ly tht vi u i an," Sv t el
a ted.
not going t
i tors "

wet k Jr.
:
a pi ri-up the
nty.
Palmer, a bus m -
lience that "ii
nt peoplepeople like Henry
Tuttle, Carl Fisher
and Ev Sewellwho built Dade
ide it whal I I -
ind hood-
"The only people thi
ind corruption I
'.:.-- ind thi
'
ind ti :-
down.'
II veteran who i fi >m a
pioneer Dade family.
Palmer sai i it "w .. a lifl
kind of publi. tj kind
we are setting n //" that put
over Dade county as a va
resort.
Norman R Lyons, Di
candidate for rep ire in
the state ip No
1, from Dade COU1
his headquarti rs, >28 Bi
Blvd.. that ho
stantial r< vis on W i
men's Compensati in Law.
"As the law now

man u
own, is prevented I *
due to an injury incurred while

gel
pens.,'
.
of suppoi I
written w
articK

\
. i s an nt to
.
relatively -

. ep him going luring thi
ility, but
tracted ]
tart I
i evi ry
::.ib!e pi just to
exist "
Ly ins at he fa\
an upwai d revision I thi
f I
I to the worl
man uring the period of lis-
lity.
Fuller Warren, a West Florida
farm boy who became a two-
4erm stat. legislator and a suc-
nville attorney, asl
toi a
la, with no special
favors 1 '" t0 the
n,,do county.
T' idlMU
Warren told a
B ach's Fla-
"The
. la : iurist trade helps
,ast citrus
in oun-
North and V. I
,bacl '
west Florida an
: to t le pel
iltural inl I '
whole
tai
FRAN'S RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
EXTENDS
5SOVER GREETINGS
20 S. W. 17th Avenue
BEER and WINE
NEVER A DULL MOMENT"
TO ALL ... A HAPPY
PASSOVER
REAL ESTATE IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES
I ICI HART
2665 Coral Way
Phone 48-2172
GREETINGS
SALES-rq^ |
PROPERTY MAwgL
APPRAISALS***
Louis S. EihJ
"* ttT0
1709 Ponce deL*,^
Telephone 4-1697
ACE RUG < m;Wins
26 S. W. South River Drive Phone ^
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Carpet Laying and Repairing
FURNITURE CLEANING
HAPPY PASSOVER
WARREN SUPPLY
ROCK LATH NAILS
REINFORCING MATERIALS BUILDING SUPPLBJ
Phones* I
60 N.E. 23rd Street
TO ALL A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Livesaj Window
Co.. Inc.
Pn cast C -eh ''
3044 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2503
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN" A. LYDEN
Mil KEEH AND LYDEN
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENT
Phone 4-6417 1202 Ponce De LeonBh(|
CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA
LVOII I h'rll-M I O.
221 Seventh Street
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3668
SINCERE WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER
II. EARNEST OYEHM ItlKT
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
MARSH
I l Hi IIH CO.
Elect I intractor
All types oj
3030 Coral Day Ph. 48-6426
GREETINGS
SI7TTOB7 JEWELRY CO.
Successor to Whaler's
MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE
72 W. Flagler St. Opposite Courthouse
Established in 1887 pn. 2 5996
Aqui se Habla Espanol
W. A. (BILL)
^TF^OKK
FLORIDA'S NEXT
GOVERNOR
GREETINGS
SCHNEIDER
DYNAMITE
and
MACHINERY
Company
990 N. W. N. River Drive
Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
WANT TO BUY A BUSINESS?
Call 82-3461
The Finest in Business
Opportunities
SUPREME
ENTERPRISES
1867 W. Flagler St.
Irene Rich Church. Owner
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
CHRYSLER ^AIRTEMP
WINTERS BECKER CORPORATION
Air Conditioning Yontilatiei
Heating
MIAMI. FLORIDA
300 N. E. 71st Street
Telephone 7-6559
Paid Political Adv.
To all
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
PRO TECT U
Jalousie Corporation
4525 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
PHONE 48-1170
CORAL GABLES



IaY. APRIL 23, 1948
+Jn>isti ihridian
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
PESACH:
Past, Present and Future
By Samuel Pasner
IbdITOR'S NOTE: The auditor of this article Is a prominent educator
"" radio speaker and publio lecturer. t~"ur'
The Passover holiday is celebrated by Jews as their fes-
1 of freedom. Jewish people rejoice during that season in
lling their liberation over 3,000 years ago from a land of
ression.
Pesach, however, is said to have been at one time the
on when Jews heralded the
arranged to notify the vast
crowds congregating in the capi-
tal of the time bread must be
replaced by matzos. The next
day, Jews marched to the Tem-
ple with animals to be offered as
sacrifices. An impressive cere-
mony took place. Officiating at
the Temple were men who sang
psalms of praise while the ac-
companying musical instruments
added to the solemnity of the
occasion. The evening was gen-
erally spent at home. There a
feast took place in which wine
and animals offered for sacrifice
were served. Matzos helped to
impress the historic occasion. The
story of liberation was recounted.
Destruction of the First Tem-
-ple did not terminate such fes-
tivities. They were renewed with
much enthusiasm and energy
after the construction of the Sec-
ond Temple. Later, memory of
the magnificent Temple resulted
in mourning for its loss through
Fent of spring with its budding
Mrs. Indeed, the word Nisan,
Jewish month in which Pass-
U is always celebrated, is
ce'i to its original meaning as
nfying flowering or budding,
asserted, besides, that Pass-
r in former days was the fes-
of the Jewish farmer hoping
a harvest giving him happi-
luch statements about the orig-
|ol Passover are the subject of
luiiny and speculation among
I s. At the same time, a
iii, of view that seems to be
U\ .illy accepted is that the
ldition of Passover as a great
ft rial holiday is the result of
liberation of the Jewish peo-
from bondage under the an-
tnt Egyptian rulers. The Bible
Ea us the stirring events that
adi history for our enslaved
refaihers in Egypt. These an-
stors of ours were eager to
avc the land of oppression. In
late, they baked matzos instead
bread. To this day, the Jew
nembers that occasion by eat-
m matzos on Passover.
At first, celebrations were ob-
tved as family festivals. The
onstruction of the Temple
roueht a desire for a celebration
Sat would enable Jews of widely
tattered communities to meet to-
ither. Jerusalem became a place
pilgrimage for the Jewish peo-
bli of Palestine. The thoughts of
hi e Jews were directed to Pe-
ich us a national holiday to be
elebi ated in a sanctified place of
worship Special signals were
the ruthlessness of the ancient
Romans. Jews were no longer
able to congregate in the Temple
They, therefore, remained at
home to relate the events of the
liberation. Sacrificial offerings
ceased, but the feast of unleav-
ened bread remained. The loss oi
world empire by the Romans did
not end the suffering of Jews.
Facing false accusations and
fierce persecution, many Jews in
the Middle Ages spent their liver
in fear and terror. Celebration of
Passover did not cease, but gav-
ety was marred by misery large-
ly due to discrimination against
Jews. As late as the 15th century,
secret Jews in Spain maintained
a perilous life. In hidden caves
and underground dungeons such
secret Jews conducted a Passover
seder, while terrified at the very
thought of the approach of an
emissary of the Spanish Inquisi-
tion.
Subsequently, there began to
rise on the European continent a
great Jewish population that ad-
hered closely to religion. A large
(Continued on Page 45)
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Established 1906
Flowers For All Occasions
Telegraph Delivery Service
111 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6823
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 271h Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
GREETINGS
II. C. Fleeman
Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
Pan American Bank Bldg.
MIAMI. FLA.
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT t AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Pan-American Bank Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
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Riverview Grill
Specialising in the Finest
STEAKS CHOPS LUNCHES
Ice Cold Beer and Wine
"Your Patronage
Always Appreciated"
2780 N. W. N. River Dr.
PHONE 2-8814
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
Business Phone 58-1025
Residence Phone 2-2503
GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
\ RELIABLE DEALER
* Jerry & Mack
/IADIATOR SHOP
DISTRIBUTORS FOR .
QUALITY MERCHANDISE
BEACON AUTO
RADIATOR CORES
2034 N.W. Second Avenue
MIAMI
lie Batteries
$7.00 Up Exchange12 month
New Batteries
Generator Repair and Exchange
HI VOLT
BATTERY MFG.
1729-31 W. Flagler St.
Phone 9-9852
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TO ALL
PATRICK NEON DISPLAY INC.
R. H PATRICK
MIAMI
580 N.W. 71st StreetPhone 7-6783
TAMPA
1417 2nd AvenuePhone Y 1401
HAPPY PASSOVER
SIKES MOTORS
USED CAR BARGAINS
475 N.W. 36th Street m TO ALL A HAPPY
PASSOVER
ST. JOHNS ELECTRIC COMPANY
ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS
JOHN SCHRAEDEL IE Owner
83 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 9-0463
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
TOWERS HOTEL
332 U. 2nd Avenue
Miami
TO ALL A MOST
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SHELBY HOTEL
1826 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
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*
NEON LIGHTS AND DISPLAYS
GEO. M. MYERS
4410 N.W. 27th Avenue
C. B. SMITH
Phone 7-5432
GREETING'S FROM
Your General Contractor
MAURER & FREBERG, INC.
2509 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-6506
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
1553 S. W. 8th Street
FINE QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY
LOUIS E. KATZ. Owner
Phone 3-2270 Miami.Fla.
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
LORD RALTIMORE HOTEL
3030 COLLINS AVENUE JERRY GRANGER
VIRGINIAN HOTEL
1665 ALTON ROAD BILLY ABRIN
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
PHONE 8-2 15 1
HAPPY PASSOVER
Sam W. Davis, Owner Deep in the Heart of Allapattah
DAVIS PHARMACY
DRUGS THAT'S OUR BUSINESS
1594 N. W. 36th Street Phone 3-0300
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Custombuilt Furniture Mfg. Co.
100 N.E. 40th Street
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AMERICA'S FINEST APPAREL FOR WOMEN
DuPont Building
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I

PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
+Jeisht1cridkM
The Displaced Jew Still Waits
Jewish bakers In Frankfurt. In the American Zone of Germany, are
seen preparing matzoh for the Passover holidays. One million pounds
of matioh will be baked In Germany with specially selected wheat
shipped from the United States by the Joint Distribution Committee.
The baking, part of the agency's special Passover program. Is under
orthodox supervision. JDC funds, which helped supply 5.000.000 pounds
of Passover matzoh and food this year to Europe's Jews, are derived
from the 1250,000,000 campaign of the_Unlted Jewish Appeal.
By Robert Gary
(Copyright. 1948. Jewish Te'.e-
graphic Agency. Inc i
Emigration to the Ui .;>
States for the displaced Jew is
tough, hut emigration to any
country is oven tougher In
fact, the only favorable point that
might he I le foi the U.S. emi-
is that it is \c=s
anti-Semitic any other
: : a m already
fun.-:. :.
n tun of the
. is not part of
I act. It
. is. It is
'.it::-..' when one studies
individual ca*es and the legal
nvolved and then m-
' lividual consuls
th( ; : ,:a:n for the U.S.
. I
Anti-Semitism in the foreign
es is in many
and practiced !
openly. In these cases the for-
either ;n their
:. fficials of the inter-
national Refugee Organizal on. ot
in their written instructions to
the IRO, will state in no uncer-
tain terms th :. Jews are
wanted. It's as simple as that.
Some other countries are a bit
mire subtle. Hardly anything in
their talks with IRO officials and
certainly nothing in their official
written instructions will contain
anything of an anti-Semitic nat-
ure. Such programs simply re-
sult in no Jews emigrating to
those lands. Else, a mere handful
will have emigrated after almost
three years, which naturally
enough forces the IRO to con-
clude that the particular coun-
try doesn't want Jews. The IRO
is then reluctant to submit addi-
tional Jewish applicants. The
IRO. which is in charge of over-
all emigration of displaced per-
sons and forced to accept the
terms laid down by every coun-
trv. tVels that the mental distress j
endured by the displaced J e w
while his application is being con-
sidered hardly makes it worth
submitting when it is certain it
will be reje ted on racial grounds
The Venezuelan mission, for in-
hemmed and hawed 1
whenever the question oi ... -'J
cepting Jews came up. First, it J
denied that there was any kind of
racial disc imin.il n. But prac-
tically no Jew.-, were accepted. L
Finally, the mission said some-
thing that sounded like this:
"Venezuela doesn't have manv
Jews and if we are to start Jew-
ish admissions, only the finest
lypes must be accepted sine- we
naturally wish them to make a
fine impression on our people. A
favorable impression would then
encourage increased Jewish ad-
ns." But still, practically no
Jews He accepted.
Canada, which has one of th<
.! emigration programs
functioning at present, is a ucri-
eus study. On the one hand she
has a tailoring project to admit
skilled needleworkers, which con-
sists in large part of Jew.;, and on j
the other has a number of other |
projects that will not even con- i
sider qualified Jews. In other!
;, the Canadian government !
.Ken upon itself to categor-
re Jew.-, into what jobs it be-
J. wi should be employee;
lada.
It might also be added that in
approving the tailoring project,
h was financed almost entire-
ly by Canadian Jewry, the gov-
ernment ordered that a certain
ntage of tailors must be
In the Heart of
Downtown Miami
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Miami's Most Popular Bar
279 East Flagler Street
PHONE 2-8944
Opp. Cor, Elki Club
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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D. W. McCOY. Inc.
REAL ESTATE
In All Its Branches
1549 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 9-2245
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MEW CHINA RESTAUBA1VT
Authentic Chinese Foods
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lanch from 45cDinner from 85c
Open Daily 11:30 a.m. o 1:30 a.m.
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PH. 2-9348
GREETINGS
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AND
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3400 N. W. 38th Ave.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
M. B. NEWMAN, President
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1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-3041
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GREETINGS
CLARK& LEWIS CO
WHOLESALE GROCERS
34 N. E. 11th Street nu
Phone 3-3108
non-Jews whose expenses, such
as housing and salary, must be
paid for out of Jewish funds. But
it should be noted that for some
time after liberation Canada ad-
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 2-5154
Lowest Monthly Payment in
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LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
mitted quite .
whohadV0J21*r%l
adaandal ,*'! tlVes
(Continued
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Are Happy To Anao^J
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PHONE 7-7S0J
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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Phone 8-2207
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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WOMEN'S APPAREL
"The Friendly Shops"
836 Lincoln Road241 Coral Way
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
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535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689
TO ALL...
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V
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Air Conditioning in Stock
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G
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I APRIL 23, 1948
^Mnisti fhrkNsun
PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
Father And Son
(A Passover Conversation)
By Paul Dubin
fcn if all of us were full of
,. and understanding, well
fir, years and deeply versed
tradition, we should still
been to repeat once more
ory of the exodus from
after year in order to ob-
iliis commandment, my
I I would gather around
kstive Seder Table. Year
jrear, as the youngest son.
Dd ask the same four ques-
'Ma Nishtana Why
night different from all
I", hts of the year?" And
Ither would always answer
Inn1 thing "Avadim Hayinu
Ve were slaves to Pharaoh
jrpt and God redeemed us
mighty hand and an out-
did arm." Then, in a soft
v i-' would continue to read
Haggadah the story of the
iW the Jews came to
, the period of enslavement.
bry of Moses and the libera-
If liie Jews from the Kgyp-
tpreSBors. As a young child
lid never understand the
implied in the answer
question. My question was,
ld"''s all this mean? And the
lr was always the same; just
Ip'.e familiar story of Pass-
Iperhaps symbolical of some-
greater But why tell
Id story every year?
(were slaves 2000 years ago,
they are free; they are as
[as i ny other people, living
(vorld of equity.
I grew older in years
Kin Icistanding, and became
pous of the world about me,
jUzed the naivete of my
[i. That realization was crys-
led in a newspaper headline
read "Three Negroes
bed in the South." Slavery,
[was not a thing of the past.
re still those who do not
hat freedom is. And then
flocked into another real-
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ization. 1939. 1940. millions of
Jews slaughtered in Germany and
in every European country by a
tyrant. And as the shocking re-
ports of the barbarians and their
methodical butchering of an en-
tire people wm-f reported to this
country, the holiday of Pas
came upon us once more. And
again we gathered around the
Seder table to retell Die story of
the Exodus. Once more i was
called upon the recite the four
questions. But this time I re-
fused. I refused to ask the ques-
tions which were printed :n the
Ha;:gadah, a book two thousand
years old This time I changed thi
questions that I used to ask as
a child; now I wanted to know
how we allow tyrants to arise in
this civilized age. What can we
do about what is happening to-
day'. Why should we read what
happened 2000 years ago? And
my father smiled at me and said
"My son, you are old enough, now
to understand 'he leal signifi-
cance of Passover and its mean
ing today. Let us 140 through tin
Haggadah tonight and find it.-
true meaning; freedom and de-
mocivr}, words which until now
you have not understood."
And then he began. "The very
opening of the Haggadah ex-
presses the fundamental axiom ol
freedom. All men must have a:.
equal opportunity to live, 11..
Lachma Anya' This is the
bread of afflication which our
forefathers ate in the land of
E^vpt. Let those who are hungry
e ler and eat with us; let those
who are forelorn come and cele-
brate Passover with us. Paul, my
son, the celebration of Passovei
transcends class; al! must partici-
patethe rich and tthe poor, the
mighty and 'he weak. And to pre-
serve freedo mwe must practice
this principle in every day life.
Every manno matter what the
color of his skin or what his re-
ligion might hi
to n ap the fullness ol life. The
Pharoh of "lie Passover storj was
" '' ius' 1 vicious ruler who en-
slavi 1 thi Israi I ; -f.....:
fathers. Pharoah and I epoch
became 1
P
'1
. lyri nl in evi ry
it. d this
of freedom.
"If v e ,. ir i|,-i\ 1 : rn :n
this world," he continu I, "we
nisi elimi!
liens which set themselves
11 p le to
them undei pi lall
death. We must make
me .11 1 qual pportunitii l
neii. and we must lie ready to
di fend this prim pie. Ab ive all
ust practice this principle in
iur own lives. It is because the
story 'it 1 lin il
this basic ]u in
that ail the m iral u 1
the Bible remind us thai wen
once slaves in Eg) pt. The
logue, the greatest moral
man has ever con :eived
with tth. .-.e vi ry v. 01 d 1. '1 am the
. ilr. Gi ,t who broi
out of the land ol
the house ni' i' nd
My fath \ r continued 1
"The greatest moral teachini
onlj be realized if the in!.
principle of Passover is un
btood. 'Hen toforc you wen
ants '!" Pharo ih n ye are
ants of God; Ye are
(Continued to Page 38)
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PAGE THIRTY-SIX
r*JtnisMoridx}r_
American Jews and the Jewish State
By Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin I Fortunately, the juxtaposition of
Yishuv and Golah is not an alter-
"What will be our relationship
to the Jewish State?'' The ques-
native pressing for an i I
choice. It is rather the harmon-
ization of point and counterpoint.
tion is timely and imperative. To
answer it intelligently, without Yishuv and Go!::.
preconceived notions determined irreconcilable opposites but two
by the particular axes we enjoy parts of a whole: they comple-
grinding. requires first of all nient one another. This
some study of Jewish history. This true in the past and is si
will lead us to discover that the case today. The Yishuv depends
problem of the relationship of '" support in certain areas upon
diaspora and Yishuv is not new the Golah. while the latti
It dates back more than 2.000 pends upon the Yishuv in other
years when the Second Jewish respects
Commonwealth was established Unfortunately, this basic
by a small group of 'Zionists" has frequently been disregai li I
led by Zerubabel. Ezra and Ne- >' Zionist ideologists. Instead of
hemiah. while the majority of
Jews remained by the waters :;tl !ts cu 5( ~
Babylon and in other focal cities ually integrating diaspora Jews
of the ancient Near and Middle into the Yishuv and by
East. something of the spirit of
As long as the Second Temple Yishuv and its culture
stood and for some eight cen- D C peration between
turies after its destruction, when the Yishuv and the Go!
Eretz Israel Jewry was not even nly practical s luti n pera-
a shadow of its former self, the tion and mutual sharing, under
question of the relationship of the terms of which Yishuv and
diaspora and Yishuv vigorously Golah will contribute i
agitated creative Jewish minds, to their respective capa
And when, in the sixth century, receive in keeping with I
political conditions reduced this'needs This was how Yishm
question to a mere theoretical Golah blended into an org
speculation, it was not yet muted whole in the remote pastand
On the contrary. The ideological this i- how we, the generation ol
imp!. thi relati nship ol the Third Building, must solvt
h and Yishuv occupied Jew- the problem of Yishuv and G
m si p: foundly Notwithstanding le of
was altogether n entrality Eretz Israel will i
point in thi retical mand in the Jewish world i : to-
ns, rrow, the G ilah must not be
lr. modern "Zionist" literature undervalued, for the bulk of ou
the o sy of thi ners people will continue in the
n and egitimacy pora. Only the supernatural re-
liaspora Jewry, and the nega- sources of the Messiah could
: : the diaspora take- up achieve the feat of settling our,
recent esent 12.000.000 Jews in Eretz
ie two camps have Israel's limited space, to say
gly articulate, nothing of -natting them acquiesce
in this transplantation. To all In-
tents, the diaspora is here to stay
and > this fad square-
ly. Moreover, the diasp :
:;: its own in:,
valu< "d not "u';vlv a*
.,,,. .. ,f human material
es for tlic
v shuv
ties with the
.... wil have
to be independent and stand on
vn feet This is no contra-
. TheGolah ol the
two De-
ductions and that after the
tion was cl
Yishuv, submitting
ty as t i I I '"
j, as it were. But
: the .lews ot
emely
rca'tive. Then
cry that
Jewish-culturally
fai t, the bulk
. is the pr >duet
:.,nt to
e the implica-
n Talmud
. : the Midrashim were
. :. N( \t Page)

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fJenist) Meridian
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
irican Jews and the Jewish State
ntinued from Page 36)
on Babylonian soil.
Gaon wrote in Egypt and
wlania; Rashi in Northern
t: Maimonides created eter-
Vvish values in Spain, Mor-
bid Egypt; "The Golden Age
ebrew Literature" had its
n Spain; and the modern
W ronnaissance first flow-
fand bore fruit in Eastern
send
patently untrue that the
climate of the diaspora
Jewish creativeness. Of
there is a magic link be-
Land and Nation. Of
,vp look to the Land as a
1 stimulus and inspiration,
in no way minimizes or
s the creative potentiali-
diaspora Jewry. "The
of Jewish survival in the
its: dispersion is largely
I in the conviction that
Israel went into exile, the
Presence (Shechinah) ac-
,1 them." Because the es-
: iheir soul's constitution
sake them in the tragic
nity of national doom,
and hostile countries of
ere yet suffused with the
i Land where the She-
is at home. Diaspora
i-tained its virility and
powers because it was
mild on foreign soil cita-
tne spirit that were of
iii! mold as those roared
in the Homeland. Until
if Mendelssohn, that isH
less than two centuries
"ws breathed their own
iir. To be sure, Judaism
, hermetically closed it-
nds of other peoples and
but the rod of measure
evaluation were Jewish
i exclusively. Thanks to
tic power, even the
|gn lements assumed a Jew-
h iracter.
i are some "negators of the
who argue that although
ii .' if the diaspora did not
intellectual and spiritual
I their cultural crea-
I
t:
Icr
I no
Id
;i"ns do not compare favorably
With those of Israel on its own
soil, such as the Hebrew Bible
and the Mishnah. They justify
their position saying that Dias-
pora Jewry excelled in exegetics
commentaries and, again, com-
mentaries, but not in original
creations. While it is true that the
bulk of Hebrew literature, up to
the time of Mendelssohn, was of
an exegetical nature, it is not fair
to generalize that no novel and
original values were created in
the diaspora. Among the new cul-
tural areas opened up by dias-
pora Jews, philosophy (starting
with Isaac Israeli and Saadia
Gaon) and poetry, liturgical as
well as secular, rank foremost.
Before our eyes the contours of
the Jewish world of tomorrow
are rising. The Jewish world of
tomorrow will have a political
center of gravitythe Jewish
State. It will have a unifield cul-
cultural-religious base, anchored
in the Jewish State but with an-
cillary bases in all the countries
with Jewish communities. The
Jewish world of tomorrow will
be dichothomousthere will be
the center, the Jewish State, and
he periphery, the diaspora. Both
have the right of life and both
will live and prosper. Neither
will aspire to be independent from
the other, for their salvation will
lie in making the most of their
interdependence. The Jewish
State will be built, not at the ex-
pense and sacrifice of the Galut.
but with its cooperation for its
strengthening and more mean-
ingful ; nd creative survival.
The Jewish State will not solve
at least not in the forseeable
futurethe problem of Jewish
physical homelessness. The bulk
of our people will, or rather musl
continue as "strangers" on
"strange soil." But the Jewish
State will solve the plight of
spiritual Jewish homelessness as
contained in the lack of a na-
tional center of Jewish cultural
integration. Again, as in the fruit-
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
>kwiisHnhrSdH^in
FRIDAY
APRHj

Dolls Representing Characters Of
The Bible Receive National Acclaim
A childhood hobby, tempered by years o( sti
eral firm beliefs, has brouqht the c'haractns oi
life and revolutionized biblical study in this country.
The magician is Mrs. Max Forman, wife of the
B'nai Aaron congregat:on in Philadelphia whose lov<
ing dolls started her on the ere-*------
Si* of lho nationally a,
Bible dolls These playthings, dress
originally des gned to "put
Kle into the bible for her chil- rhej
dron and students, have be< n
accredited by (he An i rican tion
Bible Society as "the great.
single tool for the :v\ italization
of religion contributed
times"
Since their debut in a PI
delphia department I ,. Air
rather And j^r



have been spn idinj tl tory ol
the bible an i thi I ibli ..;
and morality by
vocated met
proach."
Edu
as well
as |
the dolls
Con 111

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publii
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IY, APRIL 23. 1948
inrich HeineThe Jew
By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROMARIN
, century and a hall after his birth. Heinrich Heine re-
ns an enigmatic character of clashing contradictions He
te tender, chaste and lilting love poemsyet he associated
| women of the lowest type and married Mathilde, who was
late, coarse and disdainful of her husband's talent. He
the German language and A
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PAGE THIRTY-NINE
German landscapeyet he
t most of his life in France,
lik shafts of satire and cynic-
at everything German. He
a great devotion and love
he Jews and Jewish re-
ins cultureyet he had him-
japtized and hurled not in-
lently vicious and vitupera-
literary brick-bats at the
nd Jewish tradition. .
was Heine, the acute critic
astute student) of human
e. oblivious of these con-
ic: ions. There is a potential
i; and Hyde in all men but.
My, the destructive, nega-
Ipotential remains submerged
h the surface of expres-
'.n Heine's case, the posl-
and the negative personality
js were never synthesized or
Innkcl. They persisted side
|s ic stubborn and unyield-
And so Heine was right
In he wrote, "possibly I am
IT. no persons."
.. tiks to the insight, provided
[modern psychology, we per-
he that so contradictory and
I] b personality as Heine's
jtho result of the impact of
ly xperiences and influences,
.udeed, upon examining
s childhood setting and,
feel I > his home environment,
U: -i that the contradictions
re were many. Heine was born
lie grew into boyhood in
i: s when Napoleon was
riiK his phenomenal successes
..vakening in the hearts of
oppressed, and especially the
s, hopes for freedom in
pint .-s. Although the prospect
iningful emancipation was
ar from realization, there
e many Jews in the Rhine -
and Heine's native city of
el i ii [ who believed that
day was near when Jewish
linctiveness and separateness
jld be dissolved and resolved
in "humanity." The fruit of this
straining at the leash of Jewish
bonds was Jewish self-hatred.
Jewishness became for the ma-
jority of would-be emancipated
Jews a burden which, unable to
shed, they decried and defamed
in the manner contemporary
Jewish self-haters are relieving
their "Jewish disappointment and
frustration."
It was Heinrich Heine's ill for-
tune that he was the son of a
woman who suffered of an acute
case of Jewish self-hatred. Betty
Heine's Jewish sickness of the
soul expressed itself in rank de-
preciation of everything Jew-
ish. That her Jewish self-hatred
was strong and pronounced is
attested by a letter of Heine's,
in which he stated: "Indeed, dear
mother, I was never prepared to
second your antagonism to the
Jews. ." Yet score of Heine's
statements on Jews and Judaism
bespeak an antagonism that
clearly exhibits his mother's in-
fluence.
Heine grew into manhood with-
out a definite focus and firm
conviction. He lacked the cer-
tainty of spiritual at-homeness
and the comfort of belonging.
After Napoleon's defeat, the
dream of Jewish emancipation
evaporated in the harsh climate
of the Reaction. Heine was a
Jew, hated and discriminated as
all Jews and unequipped and
unprepared to face this destiny
with dignity or, at least, with
equanimity. After a short and
unsuccessful attempt in business,
he studied lawbut the Uni-
versity of Goettingen did not give
degrees to Jews and so he had
himself baptized.
He did not believe it possible
for a Jew to embrace Christian-
ity out of conviction. Despite his
youthful rebellion against God,
he pointed to Judaism as the most
reasonable religion. In order to
convince the Jewish converts of
the truth of Christianity, Heine,
with his tongue in his cheek, ad-
vised the Church to adopt the
Jewish national delicacy "cho-
lent" for "then the Jews will be-
come Christians out of convic-
tion," as "cholent" is a delicious
dish. .
The profound tragedy of
Heine's life was that, with his
warm appreciation and love of
Judaism, he yet remained con-
scious of its being a "misfor-
tune." Of all evils, including
sickness and poverty, Jewish-
ness seemed to him the worst.
Heine termed it a "family evil,"
handed down from generation to
generation, and he could envision
no other cure for it except de-
mise. And yet, while he expressed
these self-hating views, he be-
came incensed when other Jews
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PAGE FORTY
*jist tkrkHan
I^UPRiLa
Next Year In Palestine
Jest For Passover
By LISL LEITNER
The night was in full bloom. It
smelled of orange blossoms and
it was sprinkled with bluish
drops of starlight. On the left the
silhouette of Jaffa stuck out like
a tongue into the sea. Some
brightly lit ships stood anchored
in Tel Aviv harbor, rocking gent-
ly in a smooth and shining sea.
Walking along the deserted
Bv I. Zaac
In amazement we stood and
-tared. But now the o.d men h. Unerican sold-
regained their dignity and re- A comp.m
sumed their march. For then -era it of whom were young
were two circles of dancers now ^J^^\n Ih,
each guarding one end of the ;|Iv;|
street, and m the space kept deal JJ ,he fl htingi onc
the process.on walked on. Mean- < permission
while, to the accompaniment of ** f(w ^
dance and abuse the driver had "' ,
considered the price of window-
|Panes. He turned back. Immedi. JJj ^SH*.
word He was
shutters had dropped to sleep ately the dancing stopped an
long ago. we inhaled deeply the' men hurried forward as if to
scented breeze of a Palestinian
April night. There was something
odd in the air. a distant murmur
which w had first ignored but
which steadily grew louder and
which we now made out to be
human voices.
It was the last night of the
. -;'< p i
he would
be challi > the sentry.
Finally he hit upon what he
Passover festival, it was 2 a.m.
The murmur rose and ebbed.
Suddenly we stopped. Out of
a dimly lit side street came a
make up time.
As we came out to Hei
Samuel Square, we saw an
procession appro
by a tall m
side. The m
majestically, looking "' ntry on guard would
the right nor the left His was | be no enemy
the erect and easy bearing ,
the born leader. and would ,,;iSSihim> .
S i n he had the opportunity to
The two processions converged
'on the big square. There was t:y out his theor>. As the an on
procession of men. In the dark- i much noddin(. and silenl greet- uuard percoa.d a so id e r ap-
ness they were undistinguishable.\ing amonR older men and shuffl- '': I/'1 :n1l'l0,d \ulJ-:
they seemed like a black amor- ing and pushing by the younger {= XedtaA- "J
phous mass flowing slowly ones. By now the whole squan l:irJ'V: '
through the street. The men were waa f:,d with people
iiii>>i>ii 11 .1...________J Minn !>< "Aimlnv
all bearded and wore long black-1 started a song. He was a small-
caftans and wide-brimmed hats Ish man with a funnv wnnki,d
There were about a hundred of tace and ne enjoyed himself
four, greatly. He sang in an odd mix-
ture of Yiddish and Hebrew, with
"Chassidim. religious
rians," my companion whispered
"Where are they going?"
"No idea, let's follow them."
Advance and give the counter -
i the sentry,
"Mat i J< > sol-
pa.-..- i ver," li i the sentry.
a hoarse untrained voice
carried in the still night. It was
a song of the ghetto, a ballad of a
Of a sudden the dead murmui Jewish famjlv ,nat went througn
ceased, the mass came to lif< fire and water, war and pogroms
A tax. had driven up. wanted I and always emerged miraculous-
pped. It was if a lv And the refraini about the
spark had faUen into embers The miracle that alway8 saved th
ssi 'ii dispersed and
the men shouted abuse at the
was repeated by the whole con-
gregation. It was a joyous song
e blasphemer, who nd everybody seemed to like it.
"Vhl-\h :."! fass- SO that the little man had to go
over when .i: iving idden.
a trickle of younger men
i a circle and started a
n front of thl
a wild "Horah,"
and; th
a
ingry furious,
on and on unt;l there seemed no
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PAGE FORTY-ONE
Quiz Box
ly Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
JESTION: What is the con-
ation of the term Passover?
\sWER: The word Passover
(rely a direct translation of
jrord "Pesach" found in the
. in connection with the exo-
M the Israelites from Egypt
tefers to the Paschal offering
jht upon the altar on the
lav that we today call Pass-
This idea of "passing-over"
\e. .-ish people or what is more
Ic'ible-sparing them has
me incarnated in our entire
jus philosophy; not only for
r'iday of Passover but for all
occasions as will be seen in
|p iver books and religious
|m:>: The divine punishment
[ted upon the Egyptian race
time was destined to be
mark of the eternal truth
lid the Jewish nation, and its
The rabbis say that each
liv' on is to consider itself as
,tively redeemed from the
<} of Egypt. History has
1(. out this fact time and time
In almost every era of civ-
It in there has arisen another
ei that would destroy free
democratic living and sub-
Ltc barbarism instead. Each
L rue has found it necessary
ate the people who
npion these rights in order to
bcate the ideal itself. But in
occasion Israel has been
if-d".
Egypt it was the first-born
were looked upon as the
in and so they met their end.
ion after generation the
.-.- of oppression have been
need to phantoms but the
*isi. people has been spared.
Uf ..deed, is the reason that
C ret has been chosen as the
Eoqiial name for the holiday
#r dough it is more regularly
Fer < d to in the Bible as "Chag
Enatzos" (the feast of the un-
Ivened bread.) The tale of the
Hemption found in the Book of
iodus has oft repeated itself.
QUESTION: Why is it custom-
to-mary at this time of the year
(before Passover) to conduct
charity campaigns under the
name of "Mo-os Chitim?"
ANSWER: It has been declared
in the Talmud (Rosh Hashanah)
that the time for the redemption
of Jewry and all mankind will be
during the month of Nisan in con-
nection with the holiday of Pass-
over. The expectance of final re-
demption carriers with it the
connotation of brotherly love. It
was therefore decreed many years
ago that charity, which is the di-
rect means of displaying brother-
hood among mankind, be espe-
cially emphasized during the
month of Nisan.
This was originally done to buy
wheat for the poor who had none
so that they could bake their own
"matzos" for Passover. This cus-
tom has been developed into the
preparation of funds to buy mat-
zos, meat, wine, fish, etc., for the
poor. The underlying idea was
that no Jew could sit down to his
Seder and partake of the delica-
cies thereof knowing that a fellow
Jew was without the necessary
foods. The name "Mo-os Chitim"
means "Money for wheat" which
was the original purpose for the
collections. Jewish federations
have a yearly custom of distribut-
ing funds for the poor and needy
for Passover. No better link
could be had to tie up the com-
mon sentiment of a people when
they celebrate the birthday of
their freedom.
QUESTION: Why is it forbid-
den to eat leavened bread on
Passover?
ANSWER: Great emphasis has
been laid upon the restriction
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against partaking in any way
shape or form of leavened bread
on Passover. Before the holiday
each home is required to cleanse
the house of any particles of
bread. All utensils that have been
used for preparing or eating of
bread or practically any food (be-
cause foods usually contain leav-
ening of some sort) are forbidden
for Passover use unless cleansed
thoroughly by strict processes or-
dered by the rabbis. The original
historical reason given for this
custom in the Bible is the fact
that when the Jews hurriedly left
Egypt they had no time to pre-
pare the leavening process and so
had to bake the dry wheat on the
heart. The custom, however, car-
ries far more significant reason-
ing.
It is to be noted that the "mat-
zos" are relatively pure when
compared to ordinary bread. They
are not puffed up by the yeast
process products or any form of
leavenins which was compared
by the rabbis to the evil inclina-
tion of hate, etc., within man. It
is not merely the physical envir-
onment which was the object to
be cleansed for the holiday, but
even more important was the
spiritual environment among
mankind.
Each person is ordered to sub-
ject his moral storehouses to
"spring cleaning." The removal of
the leavening elements that tend
to inflate the ego (like the rising
of the bread) would tend to pro-
duce a purified individual', What
is more striking is the fact that
No man is perfect and in every
settle the problem and say that
in his possession there definitely
was not leavened bread and so
everyone was made to feel that
there was no need of his cleaning,
no man is perfect and in every
man there exists an iota of this
swelling ego that has led him
astray on the highway of life. The
object of the Passover ritual was
to present a picture of ideal life
without this monstrous demon of
selfishness at play.
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vjmist fkridian
LR!D^ APRIL J
Jews In
(A Reviewl
Sports
By Paul Gould
Th:si year the National League champ Brooklyn Dodqers
will take the field determined to renew their stranglehold on the
pennant and, if possible, wrest the World Series honors away
from the Yanks. On the sidelines, acting as a mastermind, will
be Jake Pitler, one of the fabulous Flock's two field qenerals.
And though Jacke is Jewish,
hardly an eyelash will be flick-
ered in his direction. He has be-
come part of the Flatbush scene as
much as Ebbets Field itself.
Likewise this Spring the out-
standing horses of the nation will
bid for the Kentucky Derby laur-
els at Churchill Downs. In the
ranks will be thoroughbreds
trained by a Max Hirsch or a
Hirsch Jacobs or owned by a
Friedman. That, too, has i>. i
commonplace in turf circles
And this Fall Sid Luckman will
be back again masterminding the
famed Chirago Bears professional
football team, his peerless quar-
ter-backing and passing aci.iiii-;
a new chapter to an already illus-
trious history. And several
months later the .1 inal
Knickt rbockei li do bas-
ketball teams, featuring Sid Tan-
enbaum and Harry !', ff, re- j
spectively, will be new
is of their dil "
cage circuits, But all
II, will b<
Vmei lean
i : < xample. t h e
The

1931 it will bring I
.v irld's standout
; field pei' And
rig the A ti-
nts will be Irving M nd-
N Y V. and Stevi S
n< Si j m iui I'
of Ann
ii ui [ling tu -d
ipei lative test of
i
only
L'.S. perl Har-
n the I" s

rate- v
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the leading sportsmen in the na-
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A.A.U. honors on several
sion..
Seymour is a comparative new-
comer who first catapulted I
fame in the armed forces. While
m the Pacific ht competed in the
javelin throw and astounded
everyone by breaking thi An i r-
ican recordthis with a minimum
of training and practically no
background. If ''< continues his
remarkable development ht
well break the world record
The Jews, indeed, have come
of ago in the sportsworld. At the
very pinnacle in such past
as baseball and football, they
have pervaded all aspects of com-
petitive pastimes, including such
>lf and tennis
and such hybrid sports as chess
and ping-pong. When Herman
Barron wins a national golf event.
:it ..- no surprise, for Herman is
.me of tthe top-ranking players
in the land. When Seymour
Greenberg or Sidney Schwartz
pture a national championship
in tennis, that is little r
surprise, too And similarly m
chess the Jews are outstanding
... like Sam Reshevsky and
[sa Kashdan or in ping-pong,
when the Thall sisters of Detroit
were s | e-eminenl 'hey were
v team that
invaded Europe last year
[I iS dd but true that in .w
pastime in which they have b. n
,-,,. veal iminent, tod=>
x A: ..., m< '.he names o
Bennv Leonard. Barne> Ross, Al
Lew Tendler, Maxie
Rosenbloom, Solly Krieger, Bob
0 m many ol them world cham-
the newspapers
Today nardly i ntion ol mj
in the public
Perhaps i ,ht' new
:. of Jew. cultured by
coll<. ltner tnan
I knocks, has
. c Page 4t!)
eason for
PEST CONTROL SERvTc^
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Bonded Uniformed Opera,,,,, ^OOF^
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
IHm-h vn" Exterminating ServW t
303 CORAL WAY !?'UrJ
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVE^ TO AIL
BISCAYNfi I A I \ nHy
"Put Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems hi Our H
Miami j^
231 11th Street
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO OUR PATRONS
T
NICK'S WHEEL
ALIGNING
2100 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-2828
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Hoaser Company. Inc
Fire and Casualty Insurance
Florida Bond and Mortgagee*,
Mortgage Loans -:- Investments
Houser Realty Co.. Inc.
Real Estate -:- Property Manaatnua!
FIRST TRUST BUILDING PHONE Mtfl
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
Realtor
420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
11. W. BROWN and CO.
A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occuiou
FEED and SUPPLIES
Call 4-3375
274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MUM I
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HENRY A. POHL INC.
State Distributors
I.RAY MARINE MOTORS
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
LEWIS
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
i"
T
MARGARET NEWMAN
and ASSOCIATES
li
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Richie Plumbing Sapply. Inc.
NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES
2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami Fla.
Branch: 810 N. W. 79th St. Telephone 7-5110 Miami. Florid*
THE LEVIN FAMILY
1355 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH

V
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
BILL'S MARKET
"A Complete Food Store"
1405 S. W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 9-1285
BILL SHANNON, Prop.
i
MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON
Georges Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HUNTER LION, I.
Have You Tried the New
It II GREEN
PLANT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling results can be ob-
tained from this rich plant food
which contains minerals that
will help keep chinch bugs out
of your lawn. Sold exclusively
HUGHES
SEED STORE
116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3 2121
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
Miami Bea< h Checker Tabs. Inc.
24-Hour Sen
U-DRIVE IT CARS PH0NE 5-3411
Pan American Bank Building
INSURANCE
3-3331
L K W II K W E S
Chris Craft Sales and Service
PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC
Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft'
412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 82-2156
427 N.W.N. River Dr. g.24S0
IT IS A PLEASURE
TO EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HERB FRINK
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FRANK PRUITT, Inc.
INSURANCE
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4036
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MARKS BROTHERS
DEMOLITIONEXCAVATING
"Anywhere in the State"
Equipment For Rent
100% Veteran Owned and Operated
Night Phone 4-6347
1601 Washington Avenue Phone 5frH*
-JSsi


klDAY, APRIL 23. 1948
jinrich HeineThe Jew
+Jenlsti florid inn
PAGE FORTY-THREE
(Continued from Page 39)
Lvd them. He attacked "the
Ltized Jews who disparaged
Jacl more than its born
emies." It is perplexing that
fine, the acute and sophisticated
[dent of human character,
,,1 to see that the shoe he put
lie feet of other men fit his
J?n foot. too.
EmotlK the many contradic-
ts of Heine's life his remark-
e heroism over a decade of
Crowing physical sufferings is
Irhaps the most astounding. A
nsuous hedonist, pampered and
taitl of hardship and pain,
line rallied from under the
uel blows of a ten-years' pain-
sickbed and wrote precisely
those years of paralysis, semi-
| ss and complete physical
-ea'^down his best books.
[a hough he attempted occa-
[nally to minimize the impact
id sickness upon the new
jt ink of life he acquired in the
I us "mattress crypt," om
vhole he was ready to con-
: -.hat there are two kinds of
ligi in, one for the healthy and
te for the sick. The cult of
lauiv and reason were little
Crifort in the sleepless, painful
|p.ht. when Heine had too much
in his hands and consumed
:( in regrets. And repent
If ever there was a Baal
\ ,h, a sincere penitent,
jne qualified for the role. "Yes
hi re come back to God," he
r, ned. Suffering had at-
bn< his heart to faith and he
kit that it was a great blessing
k\ w that "there is someone
heaven to whom I can com-
lain." He confessed, "faith has
ome to me in great flashes of
ght. not in little flickers. Not
icause of the sick-bed, but be-
luse of deep and shattering
aoufchts, veritable waves of ex-
il' in."
to Oi:r Many Jewish Friends and
Customers A Most Happy
Passover
GS MARSHALL
CORAL GABLES
; JSURANCE CO.
PHONE 4-0123
2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
BF.3T WISHES
TO ALL .
DAN CHAPPELL
Fan American Bank
Building
1ASSOVER GREETINGS
FRIDEN
CALCULATORS
153 N. E. 10th Street
I Continuous Courteous Service
M, L. BAKER, Manager
Phone 94429
Yet there, too, some contradic-
tions remained, for at the same
time he told his friends: "When
I cannot stand the pain, I take
morphine; when I am unable to
take care of my affairs I hand
bum over to God Who shall
tay that there is not the sanr-
healing power in opiates and re-
ligion, when a few grains of dust
-prinkled on a burning wound
quiet the soul!"
During those years of suffer-
ing and spiritual rebirth, Heine
lovingly retraced his steps to thp
Jewish interests of his yount
manhood. As a youth, he had laid
aside the manuscript of his
novel, the "Rabbi of Bacharach."
But now, on the threshold of
death, the Jewish creative power
moved him strongly. He wrote
the "Hebrew Melodies," recap-
turing in "Princess Sabbath" the
very essence of the Jewish phil-
osophy of life, which he himself
yet never followed. The portrait
of "Rabbi Yehudah Halevi."
likewise part of the "Hebrew
Melodies," is among the best of
his verse. With remarkable in-
tuition he gave expression to
the undying Jewish hope for na-
tional restoration and to the im-
patient ardor for the consumma-
tion of the love of the Home-
land. Some have opinioned that
his "Rabbi Yehudah Halevi" is a
wishful self-porait. They sug-
gest that Heine, a God-kissed
poet like Rabbi Yehudah Halevi
ached under the abnormality of
his Jewish ambivalence and so
created, out of the longing for
wholeness, the ripe, mellow and
harmonious portrait of Rabbi
Yehudah Halevi.
Heine's prediction came true
MR. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
Our New Miami Location
1119 S. W. FIRST STREET
653 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
WUh for AU Their Paironi
and Friends
HAPPY PASSOVER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE STEINS
SOL
MARGERY ANN
*
THE LONDON SHOP
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
SAM'S
SEA FOOD
MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street
HAPPY PASSOVER
ACME SUPPLY
COMPANY
Specialists in
ROOFING-METAL WORK
Gutters. Leaders, Skylights
Ventilators Boats Tanks
Air-Conditioning
1905 N. W. First Court
PHONE 9-1807
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HAVANA
VIA PLANE- $30 f,u
Round Trip .........-........ I'*
VIA SS. FLORIDA- $42 JluJ
Round Trip .....-............
TOURS
from $45 Plu* "
Apgar Travel Agency
100 Blscayne Bkd.
Phon. a^aes
When he died, in 1856, no Kad-
dish was said for him. Having
never formally renounced his
adopted faith, he was buried as
he had lived, among non-Jews.
But sufferings purifyand Heine
had not merely suffered beyond
normal human endurance but
had also repented and made
amends through his "Hebrew
Melodies" and his many tributes
to positive Jewish values.
Heine repented a life-time the
hasty trip to the baptismal front.
He was a Baal Teshuvahand
so, perhaps, the time has come
for us to commemorate him with
a Kaddish.
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Everglades Laundry,
INC.
2120 N. W. First Are.
MIAMI
PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. Holden Beckwith
Jack Holden Beckwith
EXODONISTS
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Miami, Florida
HAPPY
PASSOVER
ROBERTS
HOTEL
28 W. Flagler Street
OPEN ALL YEAR
HAPPY PASSOVER
SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th St.
General Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICE
DAY and NIGHT
Phone 3-8749
A Moft Happy Passover
Window Cleaning
Service, Inc.
Fred and Herbert Abrami
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1665 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
duPont Building
$
PHONE 82-7641
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
The Best the Market Affords
at Reasonable Prices
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
FRANK STRAW
Electrical Contractor
1236 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 3-1369
GREETINGS
ON THE
PASSOVER
$
Kassin's
Linen Shops
657 Lincoln Road
104 E. Flagler Street
Raymond-Abe-Morris
GREETINGS
Groover's
Pharmacy
"GENE"
E. W. GROOVER
$
401 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
IDE SUNGIIS
Y
Not Incorporated
2950 N. W. 24th St.
PHONE 3-3685
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish for
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
CLOVERLEAF SERVICE STATION
MANAGEMENT OF C. W. BROWN
1205 Fifth Street Phone 58-9887
SEASON'S GREETINGS
E.I.
&
Realty Service Co.
1312-19 CONGRESS BURJMNG
Phone 3-7753 and 3-7754
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI TIN SHOP
Designers and Builders of Bar, Hotel and
Restaurant Equipment
PAUL HINCKLEY
Phone 2-3596 545 S.W. 22nd Avenue

GREETINGS
SPECIALIZING IN STAINLESS FOUNTAIN. BAR, HOTEL.
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT and DAIRY WORK
PIONEER SHEET METAL and
ROOFING WORKS, Inc.
IN MIAMI SINCE 1910
PHONES 2-55229-6173
2817 N. Miami Avenue Miami 37, Florida
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
PHOTO-ENGRAVERS
DESIGNERS ILLUSTRATORS
PHONE 3-2455
NEW LOCATION: 49 N. W. 22nd STREET
Plenty of Parking Space for Customers
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MacVicar Wells, Inc.
Complete Building Supplies
I. D. MaeVICAR
President
FRANK J. WELLS
Vice President


PAGE FORTY-FOUR
fjenist fkriafi^r___
llrothers Head Growing Finn
Two of the busiest and hard-
est working brothers in Miami
are Harry and Herman Pearl,
owners of the Florida Provision
Co., inc.. who are intensely active
in many of the programs of the
community which benefit the less
fortunate than they.
Harry and Herman came here
with their families from New
York nine years ago. where they
maintained a similar line of bus-
iness under the name of the
Pearl Brothers, and established a
warehouse at N.W. 7th ave. and
17th st. distributing foods
throughout Greater Miami. Since
that time the main establishment
has tripled in size and their bus-
iness outlets have grown to in-
clude all of Florida and part of |
Georgia, necessitating another
branch in Jacksonville.
Beginning their d a y before
most of Miami has turned off
their alarm clocks in the morn-
ing, the Pearls find time to main-
tain a "finger in every pot" in
an effort to "help wherever we
can." Among the organizations
| in which they are jointly active
arc the Mami Jewish Orthod iJt
Congregation and Talmud Torah.
for which they both serve on the
board of directors, the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Miami Zion-
ist district. Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith lodge. Miami YM & WHA,
the Shriners and the Masons.
Florida Provision carries every
type of food products, including
kosher meats, to the various re-
tail stores and e.itina establish-
ments along their line P( I
donations f food to needy homes
and institutions are not unusual
in the company"* program.
Harry Pear! is the proud father
of four girls: Barbara. '.-. Phyllis.
. twins Marsha Eileen and
Bernice Marilyn, -i With his wif
and children he resides at 2129
S.W. 12th st.
Mr. and Mis Herman Pearl
:,s:!.i S.W. 14th St., hav,
children, Arthur. 17. w h o has
been accepted to Emory univers-
ity in Georgia for the Fall si "
ler, and Lila. 14
Scientific Institute Seeks
Material On Palestine
The Yiddish Scientific Institute.
YrVO, has made an appeal to
the pub!:. I gathi r a'\ materials
an : irward
YIVO archives
Mati Palestine and its
- is printed and m
n .. : _< i:..:: : i rs Th< se
.nd similar materials are to be
classified so as to
ble U-: current
as well as to j
i ity
organiz
ni wsparx i s, clip] i
ndbills, pictures, j.
I etc., print-
i' led or m any I
' ; .K lishing
leratu i
pl( te sets
Col-
Insti-
West I23rd St., New
'
Best Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenue
261 E. Flagler Street
'1001'
The number "1001" has a
mystical significance for W.
Mechanic, owner of the
House. This hotel is located
1001 Collins Ave. and
building owned by Mr. Mecl
the Scott Apartments, is 1
at 1001 Fourth St. 11,
used this number on I
tags for the last several yeai
Aft< n .iking his personal dona-
tion to the 1948 Combine.: Ji -
I, Mr. Mechanic canvi
s< v< ral Essex Housi tests for
lations 'Die result was
lection taken among guests
to which Mr. Mechanic gave an
::':: r.-'.:::': n When
the contributions were totalled,
the sum reached Ins mj si
SI.001.
raiDAY, APRn. 23
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
1 NITY ELECTRIC CO,, IXf
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND KADIOs
CONTRACTS MANTENANCE AND REPAIRS
1054 Alton Rd. p^ "
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Friendly Bank"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA
an Pearl
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CARSON MOTOR INN
Courteous Service
502 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-3586
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOYKR
WALLMAN SPEKO 1
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
WIRING CONSTRUCTION ALTiHATIONS
LIGHT POWER
1670 Alton Road Phone 5-451!
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St.
Phone 7-2411
A. MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
Lou i more Apart men! Hotel
1200 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
921 Lincoln Road
GREETINGS
UK. F. II. FISH Fit
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
TO ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
.n im-i: ROSS WIU.I MS
CIRCUIT COURT
TO SUCCEED HIMSELF MAY PRIMARY
Paid for by friends
Phone 5-3580
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Armature & Generator
Exchange
340 N. W. First Court
PHONE 2-0491
PASSOVER GREETINGS
T
---------------------------------
BEST WISHES
TO ALL
$
THE BARCLAY P L A Z A HOTEL
COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473
Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
II IM.I IIIvV C. WILL %III)
Criminal Court of Record
PASSOVER GREETINGS
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-8669
Eli Meltzer, Director-Manager
All Large Outside Rooms
Berth Phone Dining Room.
Solarium Swimming Pool
Beach Cabana
Phone 5-5577
1940 PARK AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
FITCH HO HI UTS
PLUMBERS
DAVID E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS
CONTRACTING REPAIRS
"11 Experience Counts We Count"
7516 N. W. 7th Avenue p, ,.
Phone 78-1637
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR
TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*
ft I '"."


JIDAY. APRIL 23. 1948
PESACH:
Past, Present and Future
+Jenisti fhridlian
PAGE FORTY-FIVE
(Continued from Page 33)
iwish group of this type con-
jed to exist for many years,
spite persecution and pogroms
hir h persisted in the present
btury. Long before Passover
g-in. these Jews were busily oc-
pied baking not only the ordi-
,. matzos but also a special
jr i known as "matzo shmuro."
the Hebrew words indicate,
matZO was watched carefully
made with metaculous i.tten-
jcr. A trained "mashgiach" or
p. rvisor observed every step in
, process to see to it that every
ssible religious demand was
H >wed to the letter of the law
t the same time, collections
fere made for the poor to enable
.en to obtain matzo for the
tssover holidays. Funds col-
Cted became known as Mo-os-
ii n. or money to get matzo.
Inaily, as the first day of Pass-
ipproached, Jews prepared
unities for the coming holi-
Cleanliness became the
ord. Dishes used during
st of the year were set aside
der to be replaced by those
nly during the Passover
: On the night of Passover
e was a meal with matzos,
i. i ups of wine and, together
it:i ,uch food and drink, maror
t .orseradish to symbolize the
Itterness of slavery. Then fol-
wed t!ie recital of the story of
Exodus as narrated in the
.ii. the book used during
-ever evening service. The
,il was closed with the eating
I a piece of matzo known as the
ai.k'imen."
These customs were brought
ter to America by many of these
ewa who came here as immi-
nts. To this day, Jews in the
I'i ted States observe Passover
jr. .;>proximately this manner. It
a them primarily a family
east. Several generations, includ*-
II grandfather, his son and
ichild, may be found
the same table. The
PASSOVER GREETINGS
T our Many Jewish Friends
And Patrons .
LARRY MARKS & CO.
127 N. W. 2nd Street
A
MOST
HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
SJ.
57 Washington Ave.
Realtor
BEST WISHES
FOR
A VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER
SHAW BROS
OIL CO.
Exclusive Distributors of
Pure Oil Company
Products in South-
Eastern Florida
PHONE 2-1741
3033
N. N .
N. RIVER
DRIVE
MIAMI. FLA.
I youngest of the family begins *y
asking the "four questions' and
the reply received includes the
recital of events related in the
Hagadah.* Finally, the evening
service ends with the expression
In Hebrew of the time-honori-c'
wish that the next annual cere-
mony of such nature shall be
spent in Jerusalem.
Such is Passover, past and pres
ent. What is likely to be the Pass-
over of the future for Jewry
throughout the world? If the past
is any indicationand i' is fre-
quently regarded in this light
of what is to happen in the fu-
ture, then we may expect Jews
to continue to celebrate Passover
as a national holiday, one that
reminds them of thei: liberation
from slavery. The manner of cele-
bration may also be expected to
following tradition establisned ir.
the past. The Jew has, for thou-
sands of years, observed certain
practices. The approach of the
middle of the 20th century is not
likely to divert him from customs
thit have become a part of tra-
ditional Jewish life.
This year, however, when the
Jew celebrates his Passover, he
will note a new national life. The
words of tne Jewish national an-
them, "Our hope has not yet been
lost, the ancient hope of return-
ing to the land of our fathers,"
have gained new meaning.
Henceforth, when the Jew cele-
brates his Pajsover holiday, he
Will, as he should, think of help-
ing his fellow-Jews to have and
to hold Palestine. Those actively
participating in the rebuilding of
the Jewish homeland v/ill seek
to get their Jewish brethren
throughout the world to contrib-
ute the product of their minds
and their money to the rebirth
and regeneration of the Jewish
nation. And finally, the Jew. as
he expressed on Passovei eve the
wish of "Next year in Jerusalem",
Will deplore the fact th?t Jerusa-
lem has not been made an inte-
gral part of the new Jewish state
and will sincerely h.ipe to see
Jerusalem added to the Jewish
state in the near future In any
case, Passover wil1 continue to
be one of the great bonds of Jew-
ish tradition, uniting families
among the far-strewn elements or
world Jewry th.ough observance
of this festival of freedom.
GREETINGS
JACK T. SCANLAN
CONCRETE MASONRY CONTRACTORS
1647 N.W. 7th Court 9-1297
901 N.E. 2nd Avenue 9-7902
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
K. Ill It\S & NO\
JEWELERS
114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154
Phone 5-6218 Nile 9-2080 I. TOBY. Pret.
TOBY ELECTRIC, INC.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
LICENSED, BONDED AND INSURED
229 231 8th Street Miami Beach. Fla.
GREETINGS...
PASSOVER GREETINGS
i
Speseo Wholesale
Hardware Co.
1744 N. W. First Avenue
TO ALL ... A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
PETE'S BAR
The Finest Cocktails
On Miami Beach
also
BEER and WINES
1137 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9544
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
It. H. Shad flick
REALTOR
Sales Property Management
Mortgage Loans
3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES
Phone 48-2591
GREETINGS FROM
IRVING Wl IMtllU.
SenateBeaconLincoln CenterEl Paso
Coral Reef Hotels
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ii ii i: %s
Women's Apparel Shop
911 41st Street
Miami Beach
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ROSE PAINTING CO.
"Where the Promise Is Performed"
1675 Alton Road Pho" 58-1974
French Benzol Cleaners & Laundry, Inc.
99 S. W. 7th Street
Phone 2-5901
OUR SUB-AGENCIES COMPANY OWNED
AND OPERATED
GREETINGS
HANNAU PHOTO
STUDIOS OF FINE PORTRAITURE
60S LINCOLN RD. BLDG.. SUITE 606
MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3221
GREETINGS
HOSACK ELECTRIC CO,
WIRING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE REPAIRING
624 N. W. 62nd St.
Phone 7-6831
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
CAUSEWAY CARPET, INC.
CARPET LINOLEUM
ASPHALT & RUBBER TILE
1308 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 9-4840
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN
BREAD AND CAKE
COLUMBIA BAKIWC COMPANY
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
H. L. HICKS PLUMBING CO.
CALL 9-7770
CONTRACTING AND REPAIRS
760 N. W. 21st Terrace
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
III SKIMP MOTOR CO.
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Telephone 89-2207
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PLUMBING HEATING
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PAGE FORTY-SIX
Jews In Sports
(Continued from Page 42)
now been able to spread his wings
in more urbane circles. Certainly
the rise of the American JJew in
college football and baseball is
an index of that. In past genera-
tions the Jews could only point to
Johnny Kling as their groat rep-
for only two seasons, then left to
turn professional and has since
emerged as one of the "greats" of
the game.
In basketball the Jew has been
a pillar for years. But in contrasl
consider horse racing. One >v->uld
haidly venture a guess tli.it lie is
quite prominent in that field it
seems so far from the beaten
resentative in the National Pas- trflck of city j[fe 0f whieh the
time. Today, besides Pittler, they Jew has become so much a part
have such contemporary stars as
Hank Greenberg, Sid Gordon.
Morrie Arnovich, Guody Rosen.
Al Schacht, Harry Danning. Moe
Berg. Buddy Mvor, and Dolly
Strak. the retired umpire.
In football, likewise, he has
come of age Indeed each fall tho
plethora of Jewish football talent
is- so great that it is a simple
matter for keen observers to
But it goes back m my yearsa?
the turn of the century when a
Brooklyn boy, Walter Wilier, was
the most sensational jockey > I
two seasons. Then cam< the Re-
nick brothers. Sammy and Joe,
and Hirsch Jacobs and Max
Hirech. The latter's daug
Mary, was the first woman I
granted a trainer's license and
has achieved consid< rabli
name an ail-American team cess, too, And there havt
culled from Jews alone. And the.',
have gone on from college fame
to pro staturemen like Luck-
man. Marshal] Goldberg
Friedman, Al (Biggie) Sherman,
Jack Grossman, and many others
Unquestionably the most im-
such fanciers as the G
Louis B. Mayer of H
fame. John D. Her:.-. Le i Marks.
Isidore Beiber, Lee K isen
and a host of .'hers.
There are other sports
be delve.i into for their .'.
v k has become thi 'capital :
the thi tiling cage game, and the
ne : this I ictivity
: Jewish
si What would N V V. this
nd lost, have amounted to with-
r's le; ling t am n .. s wi i
D n F .. and Adolph
- ts tv ;-. incipal scorers?
O: si l-besl City C Hi ge .
N. i York achi d by Nat Hol-
.....a ith ut the Malamed broth-
ers, Irv V". nsi n a: :\
alf-a-d Jewish
boys* Sin ther si
I and past
...
* se becom< ne ol tht p liars of
the newly-arisen professional
I V. a Y k }
rs all
v '- b > s The no 1

M; x cy, a Brownsville
I ict St. J n's
in
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PHONE 9-2477
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become the world's distance
champ.
All of these superlative per-
formances by Jewish athletes
nave a historical annotation in
one important respect-they not
only are testimony of pre-emi-
best athletes in then- fields, bu
nence in competition with the
also represent a survival against
prejudice and bigotry in some
ways. too It has not always been
easy for Jews to compete on
equal footing with "Aryans and
where lines have been dAwn the
ability of the Jew to soar to the
top is a tribute to his courage as
well :is his skill.
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Gas RangesWater Pumps
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Furniture Equipment Supplies
Hotels Restaurants Institutions Qubt
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PHONE 3-0861
pc-tant Winter sport, superceding peerssuch as swimming, watt i
hockey, is basketball, a game polo, wrestling, handl
which lures m >re fans than any -md r'fl0 T-' 1's! tne names
other event including baseball. ** merely to catalog them.
Madison Square Garden in New that is not the purpose of I
piece so much as to indicate th
broad panorama of major act v-
lties encompassed by the 20th
century Jew We would, however
like to touch on hockey
speedskating. Both are, like g '.:
and horse-racing, pastimes habit-
ually n I ass iated with the Jew-
- athlete Yet Jews have made
their mark here Cecil Hart was
thi ... i..; managers of pro-
5 and Alex Levin-
?ky, Max Kaminsky and Sammv
R :--. h their marks,
in that >r rt While in skating
Irving Jaffe t N a York rose to I
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AND GAS
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SERVICE
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PHONE 9-1108
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS. Inc.
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PHONE 2-8335
Club & Casino Equipment
GREETINGS
from JACK FISHMAN, President
lira iii lr ft Equipment & Supply Co.
mcaa.o.ATiD
800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618
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$
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Cut FlowersPotted Plants
CorsagesFur.eral Des:gr.s
WeddingsParties
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2-5790 Phones 2-5384
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Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartment!
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COMPANY
1200 N.W. 22nd Street
Phon* 2-5197
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GREETINGS
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PHONE 5-1422
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MEAT DEPARTMENT
M. BECKER
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948
*Jenisli fhridljicnn
Displaced Jew
Continued from Page 34)
of the most viciously anti-
Itic programs is run by the
kalian government. This
under-developed country
Leen discriminating from the
] start. It will not even per-
Jarge numbers of Jews who
to join close relatives de-
the fact that they were if-
I visas to do so. These Jews
been waiting in France and
hany for months, and many
[several years, and the Aus-
|n consuls have told Jewish
ration officials that UmIs
Inment frankly doesn't wan*
and is attempting to can-
he.r visas. Ever since libera-
fsiiips carrying emigrants to
tuha have been forbidden to
more than a certain per-
K (about 10 to 20 percent)'
countries with sizable
sins, such as South Africa,
utiiia and other South Amer-
s, also have discriminat-
lenly. But in the case of the
American countries it is
^s -veil since these lands have
- i *ing what even numer-
10 officials term "slave la-
rsons willing to work
r the most primitive condi-
. few pesos daily. Eng-
is another land discriminat-
n tty openly although a few
es have managed to
til
lhoui;h Holland. Belgium and
5(..!>dinavian countries can-
abused of practicing anti-
ism if. their emigration pro-
s', none has accepted reason-
large numbers of Jews. Most
been implementing pro-
i.i "rebuild Jewish com-
ities such as they existed he-
[the war." But in any event
are no great numbers of
clamoring to enter those
practically all wish to
Europe.
s -i me goes on, the situa-
the displaced Jew gets
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JUDGE
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Phone 3-7059
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HOLESALE
BUTCHERS
ELI. MAX and AL
HAPPY PASSOVER
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REALTOR
463 4Ut Street
MIAMI BEACH
PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
Passover is a Joyous holiday, too. ar.rt a happy little girl proudly shows
the Aflkeman to her delighted f.'. mis. This is part of the traditional
Seder ceremonies held in the Seue'a I. ;.cro, a Jewish school in Rome
maintained by the Joint Dlstrlbutioi C umittee. Other youngsters In
Italy and throughout the coi.tli i will And the Aflkeman again this
rear, thanks to JDC shlpm.> n 3,000,000 pounds of special
Passover matzoh and foo-' survivors.
worse. He now sees foreign lands
opening up programs to "DPs"
from the Baltic states, Poles,
Ukrainiansmany of whom came
to Germany willingly and helped
the German war machine and
many others who even fought
with the germans and committed
heinous war crimes. Meanwhile,
the Jew sits and wonders why he
and his family, who suffered
most, must continue suffering
while so many of the countries
of the world practice doctrines
they so recently fought against.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
Eatwell
Restaurant
Some As Good
None Better
"The Best for Less"
909 N. Miami Ave.
MIAMI
GREETINGS TO ALL
WALDORF TOWERS
HOTEL
860 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
To Jewry Everywhere
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PHONE 5-1719 & 5-2671
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PHONE 4-2963
v.-
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411 W. Forty-First Street
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Phone 5-6441
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BEST WISHES
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General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILWAY


PAGE FORTY-EIGHT
Next Year In Palestine
(Continued from Page 40>
mishap left that had not befallen
the family and no miracle spared
to Bave them.
And now the youths danced
again, but this time their "Hora"
was a happy dance. They formed
a wide circle, their arms inter-
locked and danced around in the
stamping step of the national
dance. And, dancing, they sang:
"Next year in Jerusalem, in Jeru- | as
salem rebuilt ." Like a wheel
the dancing boys circled .and the
sound rose and fell with their
heavy breathing. Around them
stood all the older men. men
with black beards, black eyes and
eyes of Yitzohak who beheld Him
and of Jacob, the pondering one,
who fought the angel. Thej
the eyes of Joseph, the m
the world, and of Moses who
roused his people to go and -
for a home and of Judas M
beus who showed them how to
fight for it.
He spoke of them all an
voice was mellow and di
if he remembered "
his own life, He cited whole
passages from th< B Ii
adorned them with littli i |
that seemed to wi
For those are the rights of the
Lord alone. But the right of His
children is the right to fight for
..: Lives, so thai they may sur-
vive and have children them-
1 teach them the words
the Lord. So that generations
see the redemption
in their own day. Ours is the
and i! has been a long night
i sil< nl suffering. Now we will
and never doubt and never
that one day, our brothers
. Wil] safely reach these
s where the sun will dry
- This, then, is my
.. thi Sl venth night of
Passover .'707 "
v nee all the
an to sing. It
" Passover Greetings
JERSEY ICE CREAM CO.
62 N. E. 27th Street
PHONE 2-1751
his own remembrance. Then
something about him j their an-
::, i while Miriam
I ivith the symbals. It
black caftans. They were sway-lone forget time and place W<
ing to and fro. clapping time with were back two th
their hands and singing: "Next ago on this si
year in Jerusalem, in Jerusalem been pastures then Nothil
rebuilt Next year in Jeru- happen had n
salem ," the eternally recurring portance. Vaguely we still -
theme of Jewish prayers. Finally, the stream!
from sheer exhaustion the danc- But as the distant \ >ic<
ing stopped. Still tottering and and on it cast a spell
panting, the dancers mopped the We were no longer onl
sweat off their faces, ., mysterious show, we wen :
There was a gene:.;! standstill ot :t.
and we wondered what all this He was talking now t I-
would lead to. We realized that crossing of the Red Sea
this w..s a meeting of "Cl ass lim." denly h:s v
a Jewish sect that, though even furious and hi was
Bterner than th< rthodox in the dreamer of old For n w
keeping ( the Law, hi I, our peoj
:: an es teric doctrine. a sea red with bl
Silence fell and faces ... n ( ~:\ milli n dead. No
were -. ..- T:-.<:-. .. \ ,e r se, will happen n V and the sea .'.::.
I n stan I ng al n I part I let them thi i i Now
* a. We 1 n | fighl forl
And we here havi to 1
ms as if I
in the r his
.'.. rds:
'There is no
is n pun
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
ATLAS
MOVING AND STORAGE
243 S.W. 6th Street
thi Lord had for-
ivhih His Egyp-
: But
s, with a twinkle, only the
sti : S
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4
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his pr i ssi n, but n n ,..: the
... s< sight : him, w
For hi tood a prii
Jew-
iist :y I i and
. than
[is ew i ..: :'
a wide brimn
: I
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It was
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lY. APRIL 23, 1948 fJenist) Meridian PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN irican Jews and the Jewish State ntinued from Page 36) on Babylonian soil. Gaon wrote in Egypt and %  wlania; Rashi in Northern t: Maimonides created eterVvish values in Spain, Morbid Egypt; "The Golden Age ebrew Literature" had its •n Spain; and the modern %  W ronnaissance first flowfand bore fruit in Eastern send patently untrue that the climate of the diaspora Jewish creativeness. Of there is a magic link beLand and Nation. Of ,VP look to the Land as a 1 stimulus and inspiration, in no way minimizes or •s the creative potentialidiaspora Jewry. "The of Jewish survival in the ITS: dispersion is largely I in the conviction that Israel went into exile, the Presence (Shechinah) ac,1 them." Because the es: iheir soul's constitution sake them in the tragic %  nity of national doom, and hostile countries of ere yet suffused with the i Land where the Sheis at home. Diaspora i-tained its virility and powers because it was mild on foreign soil citatne spirit that were of iii! mold as those roared in the Homeland. Until if Mendelssohn, that isH less than two centuries "ws breathed their own iir. To be sure, Judaism hermetically closed itnds of other peoples and but the rod of measure evaluation were Jewish i exclusively. Thanks to tic power, even the |gn lements assumed a Jewh iracter. i are some "negators of the who argue that although ii .' if the diaspora did not intellectual and spiritual I their cultural creaI t: Icr I no Id ;i"ns do not compare favorably With those of Israel on its own soil, such as the Hebrew Bible and the Mishnah. They justify their position saying that Diaspora Jewry excelled in exegetics —commentaries and, again, commentaries, but not in original creations. While it is true that the bulk of Hebrew literature, up to the time of Mendelssohn, was of an exegetical nature, it is not fair to generalize that no novel and original values were created in the diaspora. Among the new cultural areas opened up by diaspora Jews, philosophy (starting with Isaac Israeli and Saadia Gaon) and poetry, liturgical as well as secular, rank foremost. Before our eyes the contours of the Jewish world of tomorrow are rising. The Jewish world of tomorrow will have a political center of gravity—the Jewish State. It will have a unifield culcultural-religious base, anchored in the Jewish State but with ancillary bases in all the countries with Jewish communities. The Jewish world of tomorrow will be dichothomous—there will be the center, the Jewish State, and •he periphery, the diaspora. Both have the right of life and both will live and prosper. Neither will aspire to be independent from the other, for their salvation will lie in making the most of their interdependence. The Jewish State will be built, not at the expense and sacrifice of the Galut. but with its cooperation for its strengthening and more meaningful ; nd creative survival. The Jewish State will not solve —at least not in the forseeable future—the problem of Jewish physical homelessness. The bulk of our people will, or rather musl continue as "strangers" on "strange soil." But the Jewish State will solve the plight of spiritual Jewish homelessness as contained in the lack of a national center of Jewish cultural integration. Again, as in the fruitful and creative era of the creation of the Talmud, there will be a strong spiritual center and a strong spiritual periphery—each creating, creative in giving and creative also in receiving. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. 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&? T ^%?S£^?i?^& ffrS&&iS*i2?~j fe'.'SyI -| RfllnfigHSB&fl IY, APRIL 23. 1948 inrich Heine—The Jew By DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROMARIN century and a hall after his birth. Heinrich Heine rens an enigmatic character of clashing contradictions He te tender, chaste and lilting love poems—yet he associated | women of the lowest type and married Mathilde, who was late, coarse and disdainful of her husband's talent. He the German language and A +Jewistirk)rkUar) PAGE THIRTY-NINE • German landscape—yet he %  t most of his life in France, lik shafts of satire and cynicat everything German. He a great devotion and love %  he Jews and Jewish reins culture—yet he had himjaptized and hurled not inlently vicious and vituperaliterary brick-bats at the nd Jewish tradition. was Heine, the acute critic astute student) of human e. oblivious of these conic: ions. There is a potential i; and Hyde in all men but. My, the destructive, negaIpotential remains submerged h the surface of expres'.n Heine's case, the posland the negative personality js were never synthesized or Innkcl. They persisted side |s ic stubborn and unyieldAnd so Heine was right In he wrote, "possibly I am IT. no persons." .. tiks to the insight, provided [modern psychology, we perhe that so contradictory and I] B personality as Heine's jtho result of the impact of ly xperiences and influences, .udeed, upon examining s childhood setting and, feel I > his home environment, U: -i that the contradictions re were many. Heine was born lie grew into boyhood in i: s when Napoleon was riiK his phenomenal successes ..vakening in the hearts of oppressed, and especially the s, hopes for freedom in %  pint .-s. Although the prospect iningful emancipation was ar from realization, there e many Jews in the Rhine and Heine's native city of el i ii [ who believed that day was near when Jewish linctiveness and separateness jld be dissolved and resolved in "humanity." The fruit of this straining at the leash of Jewish bonds was Jewish self-hatred. Jewishness became for the majority of would-be emancipated Jews a burden which, unable to shed, they decried and defamed in the manner contemporary Jewish self-haters are relieving their "Jewish disappointment and frustration." It was Heinrich Heine's ill fortune that he was the son of a woman who suffered of an acute case of Jewish self-hatred. Betty Heine's Jewish sickness of the soul expressed itself in rank depreciation of everything Jewish. That her Jewish self-hatred was strong and pronounced is attested by a letter of Heine's, in which he stated: "Indeed, dear mother, I was never prepared to second your antagonism to the Jews. ." Yet score of Heine's statements on Jews and Judaism bespeak an antagonism that clearly exhibits his mother's influence. Heine grew into manhood without a definite focus and firm conviction. He lacked the certainty of spiritual at-homeness and the comfort of belonging. After Napoleon's defeat, the dream of Jewish emancipation evaporated in the harsh climate of the Reaction. Heine was a Jew, hated and discriminated as all Jews and unequipped and unprepared to face this destiny with dignity or, at least, with equanimity. After a short and unsuccessful attempt in business, he studied law—but the University of Goettingen did not give degrees to Jews and so he had himself baptized. He did not believe it possible for a Jew to embrace Christianity out of conviction. Despite his youthful rebellion against God, he pointed to Judaism as the most reasonable religion. In order to convince the Jewish converts of the truth of Christianity, Heine, with his tongue in his cheek, advised the Church to adopt the Jewish national delicacy "cholent" for "then the Jews will become Christians out of conviction," as "cholent" is a delicious dish. The profound tragedy of Heine's life was that, with his warm appreciation and love of Judaism, he yet remained conscious of its being a "misfortune." Of all evils, including sickness and poverty, Jewishness seemed to him the worst. Heine termed it a "family evil," handed down from generation to generation, and he could envision no other cure for it except demise. And yet, while he expressed these self-hating views, he became incensed when other Jews (Conttinued on Page 43) It Is With Pleasure Thai I Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 2-4010 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ORANGE BOWL Grapefruit Juice 100% Pure Orange and We Serve REAL PINEAPPLE COCOANUT PAPAYA TROPICAL PUNCH PHONE 3-9433 232 E. Flagler Street Miami. Florida TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER YH. "Musical Instruments Repaired' BOUGHT and SOLD 507 N. W. Miami Court PHONE 3-5221 A HAPPY PASSOVER GAMBLE HARDWARE CO. 1732 N. W. 36th St. 2-2494 Associated with SYKES HARDWARE. INC. 78-1695 Paints, Housewares, Tools, Gifts. Fishing Tackle, Appliances 284 N. E. 79th Street TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Palm Bakeries, Inc. GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers "Say It with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 GEO. BURNEY 5708 N. W. 7th Avenue 1442 S. W. 8th Street H. L. SKLANSKY Phone 7-2361 156 N. W. Fifth Street SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY •ieWISH FRIENDS w. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court EAST COAST FISHERIES Phone 3-5514 360 W. Flagler at Bridge Ample Parking See Our Appetising Display SALT MACKEREL, YELLOWTAIL. TROUT. POMPANO, RED SNAPPER. MACKEREL — We Grind Fish Free — SEASON'S GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 — 2-0867 Season's Greetings! fmith Boulevard Pharmacy Fh Street and Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-5567 607 East Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale Phone 37 fa ALL MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers „.. Ba rs—Booths—Setees REPAIRS 818 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-5046 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DEERING AWNING AND FURNITURE CO. Serving Greater Miami — Coral Gables — Miami Beach Beach. Lawn and Porch Furniture COMPLETE AWNING SERVICE 1163 S. W. Iih St. Phone 3-7200 GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bldg. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA CARTAGE CO. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO rJmist' fkridiaf Seder Dream (A Passover Story "He paused si aig with % %  %  turnii •AH right. Otl "The un I nosed %  • gi ntly, pr fessi n•illy towards I be. koi %  .-. ..: u ast Still p tiim 'hi mi n said G Otl an I fast Th< pil I n %  st ng< Ho sat d wn .; ... a : bl plasl u .: %  His m vem nts • %  pracl < I many l be:that he hi rac I | tab] thi him. He si nd tou] -. • %  • I %  -• I start in nta and '• %  | ssior By David Mordecai We were near ng th< end of the Hagadah. on the first night of Passover, when Joey—that's my boy — nudged me. "Look at Grandpa." he said. I turned my head a few inches and saw mj fathi his white beard > < %  -. — jly. his face a little pinched, his head down un his :-...... w chest souiiu asleep. If I were ..:•artist—with his white prayer gown, his square skull-camp, th ethin wis] greying ha ir rawling out fr m under the Passover cap We turned to t, and only after sev father awaken When he did, we were half-wa} tl gh the gefulte fish. H tui n< .1 I said in a soft y in lis ri< h sh ••I jus l had ang en, Ir the aftern n I was r< ading an artic It thi t simi 3east. they think he still alive! Bu: .... in my min I List* n ." ... ...-. .. ej es, and spt k(. I in his eyes .. I d ting twiniti inspc I "With a pair of sciss There as n an in :... 1 Ian .. :: I 1 sh rt, black 1 ..: :... .. sat .:-. tht :... i< .. at his li] ct -pilot's emptj seat. He won I int th n light-^ray, ch< I autumn suit n th reflect n pl s I 1 ... %  ... his He ed n w t — eyes. In his i %  I hand h< : bag rd This N. Maksymovich, Owner Office Phone 58-4468 1. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER .... JJWj 2-4941 1213 Congress Building A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ii. D. MARPLE ELECTUIC CO APPLIANCES — REPAIRS „ P hone 15 130'2 So. Miami Avenue BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER 1 Morris Bros. Department Store 1261 Washington Avenue 543 Lincoln Raj I Miami Store: 70 E. Flagler Street DRINK PLENTY OF C/^ripure V Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 85c 75c Plm Bottle Deoositi PHONE 2-4128 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IIOIM.M A \ MERRITT BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS 1525 San Raial Ave. Phone 4-3557 Coral Gabla A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1055 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach r —I 1 I I I I i t i I i i i i I t i i t i i t i i t i 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 MilkJFor Passover "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 R iv l!? Ple *** Shol ni-Rabbi Leon R. Kronish Beth rtilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY lector ol the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. takes personal care TF11 vrMro tu^JS 1 ordec Kashruth TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION



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klDAY, APRIL 23. 1948 *Jeni$f) Fhrldnan PAGE TWENTY-NINE I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF k(MiaI Conference of \ristian$ and Jews iTlns organization, strangely %  >ugh, was formed during the Lied campaign when Al Smith In against Herbert Hoover for K presidency. In 1928 a bitter [ti-Catholic propaganda camI was let loose; five years lie Hitler launched a far more is campaign against Jews. ('.inference did not disband; 1 more work to do than ever. literature of the Confer, reads well enough. It is comled to fight racial hatreds and ligious bigotry. But does it? after a fashion; and with its gloves on. It voices a protest ist intolerance; but, alas, its rises scarcely above a isper. Its battles are conduct: a scries of round-table de. ,m the radio. The discusi ( are anemic. Its attacks upon i rsive forces are quite feeble ilicy of the Conference ms to be not to give offense to ne; the keynote is appeaselent. One cannot but regret this K, resistance to the forces |f i vil. What an opportunity this I group has missed in the vicinity. Our metropoliea continues to remain a 1 4d of religious and racial isions, The Ku Klux Klan has eased to operate in Miami. j, es Only signs are brazenly I d throughout tropical F. A negro face is scarcely [j in the white business disi of Greater Miami — in 1 contrast to Savannah, Charleston, Augusta, Richmond, Atlanta and the other chief cities |>f the deep South. Miami Round Table ["he appeasement policy of the rence is apparently dictated |h le desire to shy away from A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL lion's Used Cars USED AUTOMOBILES 5991 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 78-8355 C II. Donaldson Owner GREETINGS For the PASSOVER SEASON I HA AUGUST STUDIOS Draperies — Upholstering 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 GREETINGS Ace-Saxon Cigarette Service 3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 7-6677 CIGARETTE MERCHANDISING MACHINES A Service Institution TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER Hlue and Gray Cab Co. RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT Phone 2-4141 anything controversial—a policy made familiar to us by the B'nai B'rith. Now if the aims of any society be non-controversial, well and good. We have no quarrel with it. But then it becomes difficult to understand the attitude of the Miami section of he National Council. It seems 1,, have gone out of its way to offend the large and important Jewish community of Greater Miami. Recently the Miami Round Table has seen fit to honor publicly a representative of the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths. I am quite sure that Judge David Heffernan and Dr. Glenn C. James have each a long record of honorable service and are truly representative of their respective denominations. But when it came to the Jewish choice it selected the local head ol the American Council for Judaism. Inc. One can only marvel at this boner. Was it intentional? Or simply naive? in any case, not very appeasing. If the Miami Round Table had searched with a microscope it could not have found anyone more obnoxious to 99'< of the 1 Jews of Greater Miami. What about the Jewish members of the board? Didn't they know, at least, that the American Council for Judaism, Inc., is regarded as loathsome and contemptible? This Council, with scarcely more than 50 members in Miami, generally deny then affiliation and pride themselves on their American patriotism. (Evidently they never heard Dr. Samuel Johnson's famous quip that patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel). They are more in sympathy with the Arab assasins in Palestine than with the Jewish victims. They refuse to contribute to the $250,000,000 U. J. A. campaign— a sacred obligation to all Jewry —lest some of the money may reach the heroic defenders of the Yishuv in the Holy Land. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Miami Conservatory of Music 1737 Bayshore Drive — Phone 2-5835 741 W. 41st Street — Phone 5-2016 GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 SEASON'S GREETINGS Marion llutler REAL ESTATE 1616 Ahon Road BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Bond Transfer Co. Trucking 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL II. G. IIA\SO\ REALTOR "Specializing in S.W. Properties" 2269 Coral Way Phone 83-1621-2 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL AL i; A UK I I CANDIDATE, NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support on May 4 Paid Political A'lv. f s. k < MARK 249 E. 13th Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER II. RICHARDSON To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER "UNITE" FLORIDA SFRYICF INC. Now under the management ol HARVEY M. ANDERSON and V. S. ANDERSON > 4063 Ponce De Leon Blvd. PHONE 48-6725 Coral Gables Hialeah PASSOVER GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Marx Fcinbcrg and Geralvn and Jan HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. and MRS. IRVING WESTIN CABANA SPORTSWEAR SHOP Phone 5-9804 745 Washington Avenue RESORT WEAR FOR MEN AND CHILDREN KAKFlt'S STOIIF EXTENDS GREETINGS A MIAMI INSTITUTION We Invite Your Charge Account 137-43 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-2350 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Nationally Famous S F A F O O II Also CHICKEN STEAK -CHOPS Open Every Day From 11:30 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M. OPEN ALL SUMMER Fill Til and FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-5830 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP. "We specialize in building one and two-family homes and additions." Free Estimates -:We Get You the Loan 2473 S.W. Twenty-Fifth Terrace Phone 48-1119 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER I III: Kill KAIT AND TACKLF: SHOP "Where Fishermen Meet" LIVE BAIT. BEER AND WINE FISHING TACKLE 760 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-9232 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Wholesale Automotive Parts F. J. ROCKS 824 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-5771 GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, IXC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 2186 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 3-6491 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS i J TinO'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6479



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PAGE SIX fJewistncrkJlan TODAY, APR H 2a 1949 Beach Hadassah Group Plans Reward Luncheon Final plans for the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah's Reward Luncheon were made Wednesday, when Mrs. Milton Wolf, chairman, and Mrs. Leo Chaiken. co-chairman, met with their committee, at the home of Mrs. Chaiken. Invitations to the luncheon, which will be held on May 3 at the Shelborne hotel. Miami Beach, will be mailed to those who have attained their $50 quota. All those eligible are requested to contact Mrs. Wolf or Mrs. Chaiken for reservations. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai the unrit-rsiffned. desiring to engafft in hu8ln. ihtfictitious name of Jack'i Tackle Shop at :'"••" N R 7tli Bl % %  : Miami, Florida, intend to resl4ter HM name with the Clerk of thtCircuit Court "f Pad* County, Florida JACK ROSENBACM* LEE M I'.i ISENBAUM, Paj i 4 16-23-30 5 7-U Accountants Elect Stuzin The local society of certified public accountants. Miami Chapter of the Florida Institute of Accountants, elected David Stuzin, C.P.A.. president for the ensuing year at its annual meeting Monday. April 19. Other officers elected were L. C. Conlon. C.P.A., vice president: R. J. Walz. C.P.A.. secretary: and Ralph H. Bearden. Jr., C.P.A.. treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were Harry Blumin, C.P.A.. James L. Bolger. C.P.A.. A. N. McClain. C.P.A.. and Louis Gillman, C.P.A. The outgoing president, C. C. Morris. C.P.A.. will also serve as a member of the board, ex-officio. Stuzin. who served as vice president for the two preceding years, is a partner in the firm of Callahan & Stuzin. certified public accountants and is a member of the American Institute of Accountants, the national society of certified public account* ants, and of the Municipal Finance Officers Association. David Stu:ni f of f 'i"* For BAx-g ForCooK"? Mffi) tMg WA ROKEACH KosAerNYAFAT Yes, do your Passover cooking, baking, and frying with this E urely vegetable product. It dps make your foods tastier, more wholesome, more easily digestible. Use it all year 'round. Your grocer has it. Ask for it by name. look for the iptcitl "KOSHER FOR PASSOVER' 1 Lb.t on the jar SAMUEL fc BANDY COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 • Never Allied with Special Interests. • 12 Years as City Miami Tax Appraiser. • An Independent Devoted to Your Interests. "A MAN OF AND FOR ALL THE PEOPLE" All Dade County qualified voters are eligible to vote for SAM BANDY, regardless of their place of residence—Miami Beach. Coral Gables, Homestead, Miami, or anywhere in Dade County. Paid Political Adv. LW."ED"DEERIHG YOUR SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4 A successful business man for a sound business administration Paid FollUoa] Adv. Emma Lazarus Election Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold election if officers Tuesday evening, April 27. at the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Installation will take place at an annual banquet May 16 at Betty's restaurant. Reservations may be made now by calling Mrs. Tillie Livingston at 2-4994 after 5 p.m. SCRAP METAL WANTED! IVin't sell until you get our price* We are paying highest market prices for nielals. batteries, tubes, etc. It Is worth your while to give us a trial. ATLAS IRON & METAL CORP. 3338 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 88-4541 = RE-ELECT VALC. CLEARY County Commissioner "A Dade County Man with a Dade County Heart" • Val C. deary's 23 years ol Municipal and County Executive-Administrative Experience is Insurance oi Dignified and Capable Representation for Sound. Harmonious Government No Matter Where you Vote in Dade County, y OU C£m Vote for Val C. Cleary. Candidate in District 5. PRIMARY MAY 4th P


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JAY. APRIL 23, 1948 *l?*istncridian PAGE TWENTY-THREE Refuge in America: A New Deliverance By MRS. IRVING M. ENGEL lairman of the Board, United Service for New Americans Irhe candles in their heavy brass holders cast L. i,iow over the white holiday tablecloth. The ti n / glasses are filled to the brim with rich, et "vine. A matzoh lies hidden in ritual fashion 1C edge of the pillow, and the big Hagaddah. jby with the thumbprints of years, is open. toed are Thou, Lord, our God, King of the terse, who dost create the fruit of the vine. is the bread of affliction which our fathers liithe land of Egypt. Let all those who are IjV; | enter and eat thereof. ." 11 this year of our history 5708, throughout pngth and breadth of America, thousands of are celebrating a more recent deliverance. the homeless, the displaced, the surof Nazi persecution who have come from iily ruins and hiding places of the world to n on our shores. More than 40,000 uprooted Jews have come knerica since the end of the war. About half |tlu' present arrivals are from the displaced : ramps of Europe. Several hundred monthie from the ghetto of Shanghai, where they from the Nazi horde only to be interned jser[uently by the Japanese. Others come from ; countries in Europe where they hid out v re stranded during the years of war and sciution. In many instances, the new arrival is the last (laining member of his family. He is the surH>r of an experience of horror that took from irthly possessions, his loved ones, and even human dignity. He comes to America with t the hope in his eart, his living need to let dead bury the dead, his almost inconceivi inage to start life anew. Hungry, he tc ... A erican Jewish communities throughout United States have organized themselves to Ip him. Through United Service for New Amerln the largest welfare agency serving immigrants in this country, the Jews of America are enabling the newcomer to build his life anew. Wherever he goes in our vast country, organizations and public-spirited people that cooperate with United Service, work to help him rebuild his life in peace and freedom, to become an independent, self-sustaining member of a democratic society. The program which United Service conducts in behalf of the refugee immigrants is financed by the $250,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for 1948. United Service help involves rehabilitative assistance and emotional support during a difficult period of adjustment. It means resettlement 'u i^ various communities of America where the skills of the newcomers are needed and where the process of Americanization can be more rapid. It includes vocational guidance, training or retraining, and skilled vocational placement, help with housing and budgeting and health problems. And fundamentally, it means conveying to the new arrivals a sense of home, a feeling of belonging, roots from which they can grow out to assimilate the American culture, to which they can, in turn, contribute the heritage of their own history and courage and ideals. The prayers of the newcomers at the Passover table are the songs of hope for the future. For them, Passover is truly the festival of Spring, the voice of the turtle that is heard in the land.^ the promise of new life beginning. "Open the door and the Messiah will come into the house. He will drink from the full cup of wine. .. ." More than one full cup of wine waits today on the Passover table. More than one unseen presence stands behind the door. The men, women, and children of the homeless way stations of the world wait for the door of refuge to open With faith in the conscience of mankind, with the strength of an undying people, with the stubbornness of life itself, they break the unleavened bread of the exodus and wait for liberation. "Be strong and of good faith, O Israel ... the Messiah will come into the house and drink from the full cup of wine which waits for him." (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JOHN BARCLAY TAX CONSULTANT 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Telephone 4-4264 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER E. B. Tail Accountant 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI REASON'S GREETINGS A DRY GAS BOTTLED IN MIAMI Plant—1150 N.W. Seventy-Third Street IIHI-GAS CORPORATION 1829 N.E. Second Avenue Phone 3-8602 PASSOVER GREETINGS WELLS Leisure Apparel for Him & Her 5-7178 JOE LINN — Lincoln at Collins LOBEL'S MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue 5-1174 FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS GROCERIES Delivery Service PASSOVER GREETINGS i EMPIRE GROCERY & MARKET 78 Collins Avenue phone 5-9155 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Modern Paint Company, Inc. PAINTING CONTRACTORS Operated by Fred Walker 2531 N. W. 2nd Ar.nu. PhoM 2 3800 TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Acolite Neon Sign Co. 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 PASSOVER GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet AND SON Stephen Micheal HAPPY PASSOVER DADECOMMONWEALTH TITLE INSURANCE CO. T. J. BOMAR, President ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE The Oldest and Most Complete Plant In Dade County AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 139 N. E. 1st Street TO ALL ... A John Shuey AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 y ALL GOOD WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER H. H. LEWIN Real Estate 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5373 GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1849 James Avenue PHONE 5-3849 MIAMI BEACH %  SEASON'S GREETINGS *i Manufacturing Jeweler 127 N. E. First Avenue Phone 2-2772 SPECIAL ORDER WORK Repairing and Rebuilding Of All Jewelry TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS MAX PAUL of the W. M. CREAGH, LTD. 424 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS Jensen's Liquor Tavern BAR and PACKAGE STORE We Carry A Full Line of Package Goods CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES 1646 S. W. 27th Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS DORSET HOTEL 1720 Collins Avenue Miami Beach y* PASSOVER GREETINGS y> Tropicalites Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS MAINTENANCE 445 N. W. 54th St. Phone 7-2904 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MAYFAIR SHOP Women's Apparel 1133 Washington Ave. 58-1212 BAB'S Women's Apparel 2005 Collins Are. — Vanderbilt Hotel TO OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS and ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER m BUTLER-WILSON PAPER COMPANY SIDNEY GANS — MORRIS GANS 1401 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 3-0738 i > %  '.* • > h* 1 I i



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LY, APRIL 23. 1948 itical Roundup letting utter disregard for h,. terms "vicious attempts" opponents to force him unbecoming political mud _ng campaign, Jesse H. [rough, candidate for counL,.mission, district one, Id up his program last week .caking before 22 groups and [organizations. | ( c h talk he assured the gatherings he is entirely Jf so-called "political blossand is in no way a party other candidate in any „c. "1 am Independent Lvil! remain independent. I \, prompted by great hordes ( to enter the county sion race. I wanted to run ,, iii place myself in a {cm to serve the people of county as 1 think they |d be served," he said. platform is not elaborate i isted beyond recognition. (lotted I will work f provcment and progress U county. Before renderon I promise to study detail so that I can assist [ving a correct and honest a prevailing problem g n ." he added. up of more than 100 (,• Greater Miami High Iri athletes pledged their supto Yarborough at a recepal the Antilla hotel, Cora s, last week. Many of the ts were coached by [h when he was footat Miami High school. +Jel*irk / rlciian PAGE TWENTY-FIVE fice of governor and the other cabinet posts reside north of Orlando," Graves stated, "except L. Grady Burton, who has for thirty years resided in the southern end of the peninsula of Florida. That means that the cabinet, which will for the next four years have control of the sale of thousands of acres of state lands in the Everglades area, will be composed of men who live far to the north of the Everglades area and the only opportunity that we of South Florida will have to be heard in the management and sale of the state lands will be to put L. Grady Burton on the cabinet by making him attorney general." on contract because the county was unable to obtain equipment to do it. "Now that the equipment has become available," he cited, "the situation is very satisfactory." Peters also disclaimed any responsibility of the county commission for "what is being termed poor harbor conditions and falling off in water shipping." He said the county commission, after taking over as the port authority in 1946, offered to buy the docks and other water-borne commerce facilities from the City of Miami, which they refused to sell at any price, "so, when the county is criticized for any falling off of water commerce, such criticism, whether justified or not, should be directed at the city." Florida needn't wait on Congress to begin work on the state's part of the $208,000,000 Army Engineer's flood control program, George S. Okell, candidate for the legislature, declared in a recent campaign speech. "The plan calls for considerable state participation," the Miami attorney said. "The 1949 legislature can start the ball rolling, and I'm prepared to offer the necessary appropriations bills." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring: to engage In business under the fictitious nnme of Professional School of Faking at 4800 N. W. 37th Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN niCH MAN Sole Owner. 4/9-16-23-30 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Okell pointed out that the State R(lH Toggery at 1581 N. w. 36th Florida, intends to ame with the Clerk of cult Court of Dade County. ways and pumping stations along ] Florida. ^ ^^ MILI ER v._.. r w-*— — — %  r.u M i UKKt'iy Road Department, for example, I street. Miami. .... ., ... register said na could begin building the spill, n( circuit Coi A Abbott and Glynn D. prominent Miami Beach were appointed coIjmen of the Miami Beach E if L. Grady Burton for m general; and David A. foes, Miami attorney, for Col ive. iting the appointment, aid: fl. Grady Burton has been Ik : after the troubles of 1,0 people in the Tenth Juliai Circuit of Florida for 20 fatate attorney. He has lei'. i It ted five times. That ne shows the high regard in i h he Is held by the people of Tenth Judicial Circuit." c stated that since seventy tcent of the attorney general's u es are criminal cases on peal to the Supreme Court of icla. the man who is elected I general should be a law.. th long experience in the i tion of criminal cases. He Hner said that Burton has been ting criminal cases since 129 rid has been president of le Florida Prosecuting Officers psociation since 1937. "A the candidates for the ofDade county is provided "an excellent garbage collection and disposal service" by the county commission, for the unincorporated areas. Commissioner Hugh (Pat) Peters declared this week in a campaign speech. "Garbage," he said, "is smelly stuff at best, and the critics of your present collection system make the most of that fact. As you know, our county has grown tremendously during the past 10 years, and with that growth it would now be unsafe to life and health to handle our garbage situation as it was handled 10 years ago. So, your county commission asked the legislature for authority to do the job properly." Peters traced the progress which has been made in this regard since the war years when the service had to be farmed out In a recent statement John R. Ring, candidate for state representative in group No. 1, cited Ihe need for an accountant on the Dade delegation. Ring stated that at the last session the members were confused when in one instance they were presented with statements that reflected that it would be necessary to raise several million dollars in order to meet necessary appropriations, and at the same time they were presented with figures from another source which indicated that instead of a deficit, the state would have a surplus of several million dollars. The candidate believes that such conflicting statements could be best analyzed by a certified public accountant and urged the voters to consider this point in selecting their representative. the Tamiami Trail to throw excess water southward into the vast Everglades Park region. "This is called for in the Army plan," Okell said, "and it's work that can be done by the state without waiting for final action in Washington." Solo Owner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant 4/2-9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the nctltlous name of THE ASBURY HOTEL ANU APARTMENTS at 541 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 Mils wife) Joseph Doshay nnd Sophie Doshay (his wife) 3/26 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hetty's Cleaners and I^aundry at 98o V. W. 79th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSE KARP Sole Owner. Myers. Hclman and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicant 1/2-9-16-23-30 Vote for A. W. (Bert) SIMPSON tor 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. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House mil No. iiT.".. Chapter No. 20968, Laws of Florida, 1941. will register with the clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dado County, Florida, upon recelpt "f proof of the publication of tbis notice, the fictitious name, towlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL CO. under Which I am engaged in business I expect to engage In business it 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 E, PAYNE. BURNETT ROTH Attorney, 412 Congress Bid*. Miami, Florida I 9-16-23-30 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Tamiami Hotel at 203 W. Flaglcr St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorII HUMAN SCHULMAN MAX GOODMAN HARRY D1ETZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. 4/2-9-16-23-30 ms, -Mac" 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. PULL LEVER 8D _—-—— BACK MAC. ^id-political A.lv. PERRINE PALMER, YOUR SHERIFF Paid Political Ad %  < I ,'.mi| by Frtoitdt 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 Tavenuer Former Assistant State Attorney Paid PoHtloel Adv. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR1 IN AND FOR DADE CoUNTV 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 you. or either of YOU. may have against tne .stale of CHARLES RUBIN, deceased. lato of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. DI.ANTON, County Judge of Dnde County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims odemands to contain the legal adOf the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 ,.f the 1988 Probate Act. Date April 2. A. D. 194S. GEORGE RUHIN LOUIS RUBIN \ Administrators of the Estate of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased. GEORGE .1 TAL1ANOFE utornev for Administrators 4/9-16-28-80 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 207:19. In lie: ESTATE OF VAN X. KENT, also known as VAN NESS KENT. ids,, known as V. N. KENT, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: you, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of VAN N. KENT, a k/a VAN M.S.-' KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, del-eased late of Mnhoning County. Ohio, to the lion. fir. F. BLANTON. County Judge "f Dade County, and file the same i" 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 tu contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. lection 120 of the 1933 Probate Date April 1st. A.D. IMS. __„, GEORGTNA KENT. As Executrix of tho Last Will and Testament of VAN N, KENT. a/k/a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a V N. KENT, Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1028 Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Executrix 4/2-9-16-28 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. LlN CHANCERY, No. 116182 ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ, Plaintiff, vs. ZENOBIA RODRfGVEZ. Defendant. TOZENOBIA RODRIGUEZ 531 West 186th Street New York. New York you are hereby notified andInoulred to appear to the Bill of Comp a nt f led In the above styled cause, on or before May 11th }•.*•£ wise the Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed against >ou. Det {his order be published once a week for four successive weeks In 1 lie I.-ulsh Plorldlan, a newspaper PUDllshed In Dade County Flor da Dated this h n day R of T Ap.^48. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Se.1)^ ft Qjmm Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/9-16-23-30 INORDER OF PUBLICATION I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 116278 3ALVATORB ZARBO. Plaintiff, vs. ELAINE ZARBO, Defendant. To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns Place, Rrooklvn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 10th day of May, 1948 Dated this 9th day of April, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) „__„, Bv WM. W. STOCKING, SMtguXP Clerk SAMUEL J. RAND. AjMBP 327 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 4/16-23-30 6/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl 'TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of smittvs Oarage at 22.', N W 1st Court Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AL VOLANTE Sole Owner 4/16-88-80 5/7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCIIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 116230. EILEEN STAIANO. Plaintiff, vs. DOVINICK STAIANO. Defendant. TODOMIN1CK STAIANO 27 Sullivan Street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above style.1 cause. on or before May 10th, 194S. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order he published once a week tor four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlnn. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 8 day of April 1918 E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Sgal)^ ^^ Deputy 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 THE FI 1-VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 118862. ... MURIEL PIZEK, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PIZEK, Deiendant. To: MICHAEL PIZEK. 336 East 6th Street. New York City, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or Defore the 23rd day of April. IMSDated this £ &f ayyofgSg&MO. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circult Court Seal^ & ^^ ^ Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL JRAND, Attorney 32T Calumet Building Miami. Florida 3/1S 4 2-9-16 %  >.*



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HUH I PAGE TWENTY-SIX Jen 1stFkrMta£i Passover Moods In Italy (Continued from Page 19) they had another reason. The situation w:s aggravated by the unpleasant circumstances and the use of inhuman methods .n carrying it the arrests Giirb an ler age were chained and put into concentration camps. There was the case of Chaya Orlik a girl <.f 16. whose documents were s.olen. Summoned later to show her papers, she could nit. and was chained and transi i a com entrati a t As menti ned above, there must be OS -:>. They are app.i. political actions, connected with :.-. April 18th elections, an din cted again who are under susj icion I ei Sing in Communist r p mda The best proof .: this assertion is the fact : great majority of arrested 1 are Yug This sh that this acti( n :> directed not on In n< ; wn—Bari—£ive Jewish fax leave in the B : Transii :amp, 300 : supported tanks ed 29 im tes leven J %  C m I the Jews was arrested • %  : %  Aft: Iz the Jews make regular visits to col trat n. camps, bringinf food. prayer books and ; shawls, trying : satis needs of the inmates. Or. :o the Island .: arrested Jewish I to be sufl form of TB. %  commit suicide H [lately freed and sent I "•: where the JDC is locate.: The IR< : the in %  %  I not t %  Jacksonville Rabbi Guest Of University Series I tz oi gUI St .'% %  Stugivei ; Miami in eooperatioi N'at nal C ni : I J In an effort 1 I rel • ; nf< J ,Ko„ it the home of Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc., 2180 N. W. 13th Ave., Miami • I .nndSnbuUdino e^Pped Throughout with new facilities has been occupied by ftf^i i?ncff NovemberVrv^he residents of Dade County for the past ten years. Sunnybrook uS he maWaqemen of Samuel Saul. In addition to a large variety of hard cheese, the compu,"? K f?n£t aualitv sweet and sour cream, farmer, cream and pot cheeses, cottage cheese. nriSi ^ftbu"er?TS *,,-also specializes in t-gr.d. local and sh.pped eggs. SunnybrM ins a delivery service over tel ephones 90601-2. ___^^ sa tains ti >n to I us. Pup.. their teachers t ns in thi :' re the spi then sends : | ; spective :'• with an inn i s] • k Th se acceptng an asked I make the questions tl : talk and 11 anral ones from the nee. PASSOVER GREETINGS Exchange Hotel 141 N. E. Third Avenue %  BEST WISHES TO ALL Southern Fireproofing Service HARRY FABIAN 914 Pacific Building Miami r. .*.. %  -. .'. ..." ... :':..-. I TO ALL A HAPPY KAPPY PASSOVER Charles B. Cleveland 605 Lincoln Road TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A -YOST HAPPY PASSOVER V. J. HOC 4 ill ECI COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2M7 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN E. PORTK MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE J. BARBASH & SONS. Inc. 261 N. E. 1st St. Phone 2-8994 SEASON'S GREETINGS Savory Bake Shop REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS HOI E. MURLDOUK Company 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 3-5433—P. O. Box 1790 Miami 10. Florida International Motor Trucks Power Units. McConnickDeering Tractors Farm Machinery BEST WISHES Graham Keeling Corporation CONTRACTORS 71 N. E. 21st Street Phone 9-6509 A Happy Passover to All FRANKLIN SALES. Inc. E. F. CHAPLIN, Representing LEHIGH STRUCTURAL STEEL CO. DuPont Building Phone Jarrett Coffee Company Roasters and Packers of COFTEE AND TEAS 501 N. W. Tenth Street Phone M WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS •JULIUS I. I 'HI I:31 w 311 Lincoln Road BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ANTILLA HOTEL 1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard PhM M ] CORAL GABLES TO ALL A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS PASSOVER FREIft ARNOLD BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 1006 Fifth Street Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SOL PKANSKY KING BAKE SHOP 1894 S.W. Eighth Street ^ PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE 24 HOUR SERVICE PAUL CARTER 2432 NORTHWEST SEVENTH AVENUE TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE WE REBUILD REPAIR 24-48-Hour Service U Typewriters, etc.. Are Brought In 46 N. W. First Street (Upstairs) Phone 2 8333 Season's Greetings From Carl L. Libby HAPPY PASSOVER i FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20th STREET



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PAGE TEN +Jmlsi>fhrldlian 22^2023. J RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple IsraeL 137 NX. 19th it Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Passover evenlrtK SerU-r servfoe at 6 p.m. Congregations! Se g ~>-u i :,iIn JewIsh laws il PassFollowed by maariv. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services a: I : t at 9 Lab) :.:::: ftiU : I ( Rabbi April will Mincha ;.-. 8:1! Bui las -• ss at 9 : III apeak Our Modern i ha at 6 15 p.m. Hel %  w a bool 3.15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Passover services Friday evening at 6:30 p.m Services Saturday al S:30 a.m. RaM'i Orauer will : on "What Pine Slavery?'' M at 6:30 p.m. Services Sunday at S:M a.m. Rabbi will preach • n What Price Freedom." Mincha al 6 SO pm CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Passovi r sei vices win be ushered In at Beth David syngogue Fridaj evening at SUndOK n. %  s.der begins at 7:30 p m. Services Saturday and Sunday morn:' v.'io p.m. student services at 10:30 am. KanM Shapiro's theme t"dis.ill I/Asid—When win !• %  ,. ,|,.-. Comi Floral offei ng foi Passover holidays are mad. b) Mrs 0 Rose in memory of her father and Mrs Har > Q n In memory of her parents and son. Miami Beach Jewish Commun ity Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Passover sen li i Praia • i maariv at 7 p.m., Oral sedei night Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman win preach on the subject "The Kten; Saturday evening, second seder night. Sunday morning services at 9 s m Sermon topic will be "What Is Freedom? Junior congregation Saturday and Sun lav morning at 10 a.m Hebrew M-nday through Wednesday 80 to 6:30 P n Prerten school Monday through Thursday morning I t •"'' %  • LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service at 5:30 p.rji fongregatli nal seder at 6 p.m. Sabbath PassoA • r si n li e 10 i Rabbi Kr nlsh will speak on P Mr !:• In Bar Mltsvah of Children's Passover .mdaj at %  I s m Sunda; school at 9 15 a n for children from I ; r Jew Ish st idli -. S • day morning. |g am foi > ung people 13 years of age and over Hebrew .lass. s. alternate • • k la a bo> s M I I 7'v to 13. N school children frcni 2Vi to 5. Daily Ions. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW WOTICE IS HBRBB' GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In ,. the gctltlouanwne of ...,, packiw Goods .., -i| Baba Avenue, Opa U sa, ,. i, lt end to register said name with the Clerk ol the i Ircull oufl ,,t Dade County, Florida. M \|i..i.l' .1 Plf'W N ETHEL K. BROWN ISAAC JOPFE Attorney for Applicants [oio Blscayne nuiuiing 7-14-21 f^m %  i* 1 *^ j j the atST! __^JP i w &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f < % RASKAS DAIRY CO. PASSOVER PRODUCTS As thru the years, we are onee more offering the Jews of Florida, our highquality KOSHER FOR PASSOVER dairy produets. Under striet religious supervision. >> condensed milk, powdered milk, or ehemieals of any sort are ever used in the manufacture of our dairy products. Our dairy products are manufactured in our own plant, from rich wholesome milk coming directly from the farms. MH-iirade Food Co. (phone 2-7570) is our package-distributor for Greater Miami and Miami Reach. Yours for a JOYOUS AND KOSHER PASSOVER! RASKAS DAIRY CO. ST. LOUIS. MO. P.S. Our dairy products are Kosher for Passover and year 'round. &f&f&f&f &f &f &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f&f&f &f &f &f&f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage m U nd< r the fictitious name pi e super Stores at W LeJeun; Gables, I |st< I said name ,,f the <• engage in n ler the fictitious name of ALLEN CARPET COMPANY at 21 N W. 4th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTJB1N Sole Owner 4/16-33-30 a 7-11 RAY MILLS HAS: More law enforcement experience tU all other candidates combined! As your sheriff I will place a compete it „ i penenced man or woman in every tank9 sheriff's office. y J0Dmfl l VOTE FOR RAY MILLS YOUR CANDIDATE for SHERIFF (Paid for by Meads .of Ray ug.1 VOTE FOR T. I. ADKINS | For CONSTABLE DISTRICT No. 1 Experience Efficiency Courtesy and Honesty Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated 10 Years Deputy Sheriff 3 Years Juvenile Officer Subject to Democratic Primary. May 4th Paid Politics) A*. _-——— FLORIDA Needs a Man, as GOVERNOR With a Record of Pe^ontuutce... Not 'PntMttee&f For The Four Critical Years Ahead What the next four yean hold in store for our state, our nation ond the world at large, no one knows. But, whatever comes Florida must" be prepared! The times call for an experienced man... a man with a successful record of public service a man who can, ond will, chort a sound and constructive course for our state government...a man who is equipped with the ability and with actual experience in state government o man who won't have to flounder and grope his way around, trying to learn the job of Governor...a man who can take over the job of Chief Executive of our state without any loss of valuable time. Above all .. Florida needs a man whose record clearly proves him to be a performer -not o promiser! Colin English is the man Florida needs...for the good and best interests of all Florida. Remember, Colin English has served for the past eleven years as a member of the Governor's Cabinet... the executive committee -and other important state boards and commissions, during the administrations of three governors. Remember, in these important times, politicol promises are no better than the candidate who makes them ...no better than the ability and public record of the maker •o keep them. Colin English has done great things for Florido ...os Governor, he will do greater things for All Florida! You can |udge men only by what they have done and accomplished ...ond the soundness of their program for the good of all the people. Read the 33-Point program of Colin English for o greater Florida then, vote for and Here's what Colin English has done for the good of Florida...check his record. • At The May 4th Democratic Primaries Writ. Cofin Englith H.adquorfe,,, ToHohossee, for o copy of hi, 33-pom, progrcm for o greater Florida. 8.00 oc.ock over ,„. Sto,. ABC Network. p "" l0 "' ,h •'*•


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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT A Citizens Army Guards The Yishuv (Continued from Page 21) scene and in charge of security arrangements. Foreign. non-Jewish news correspondents who arrived on tthe spot paid tribute to the discipline of these young men. The Commandoes are a n e w A ""'"•* %  ""• """ %  "*" tered brethren of Euro standard among youngsters w lack no quality of coinage or N revived int ganah commando. All these are your people, the people whom i umstance or some undivined Purpos< chosen to represent you in Palestine. They an not seekers ol admiration or fame. They d and fight and die to ensure th< unit in Yishuv life. They are the I """vlval ?' themselves their „i;. f.u .u TI L v family or their present-daj elite of the youth. They have been .^. Th strive ,, n handpicked for their physiqu ind ,„ whu h th( and daring. They reach a high tered brethre n of Europ. st (ii peace 0 I" wholesomi \x • % % %  i — like I When I travelled ip Jerusalem m an armored bus i mvoy, and saw the youn) lly though alert w tth guns ready for defense on ..-like a ball of knitl )ng new spirit of Jewis i "Palestine |>' ou1 For they are the trained Minute| ur '.' i .and These sweet-fi ced gi • eeded no lipsl ment. might be planning in their si their parents' households %  be at university, si rene in liar tasks. They might hi ng heavy dates fasti the} are plai : ithers at I nd so the lovely girls ol .v fallen ai Instead, they hav< training They wear khaki battle dress uniforms, topped by blue berets At the side of their headgeai ar silver badges — a 1 mg sword, its hilt uppermost. framed palm-leaves The Yishuv Commandoes an the core of the Jewish militar} forc< s. Th. y are • xpn ssivi Men who, with the Pi Imach, will be the spi irl (ad of the st uggli once tiu issue is lined th mi r. Children Play at War The i hildren I salt m, TelAviv, Haifa, of th< many It with funds the United States 1 United Ji war-.. Th>. and : all. they ] It is %  -*. I HaIi ft secui it} ti guai d the security \s right 1 Hotel lEquipment Co. INCORPORATED •; N E. ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equ:p Y mr Kit hi n F im Our Stock Ranges — Gr-.ddle. 1 — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables frigerOted Sandwich V >'"' %  PLANNING AND LAYOUT SERVICE ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN DAVID M. PAPY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE Civil E • %  • '. %  '•. 81 years experience on public works %  native i n.'ads Bridges red in Tallahassee, Florida — If years of age. Came lo Miami In 19S9. Civil Knglneer— C Farmer Now In the equlpmi il • %  %  -al business. %  %  %  • lence on pubworka Married—Two ohildri n A Man Who Will Serve the People Elected county wide Pd. PoL Adv. Hear MARSH discuss your problem in selecting a Circuit Judge over WIOD on iollowing dales: 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 SpeciaUMaster EviL Pol. adv. paid for by oommlttee for election of John D. Maneh er peoph M" !" he mmunity. have cl iks **"•" miliai than the im. TI ev keep t while Thevlivi I ands. i Unit you [cllowYou can igi steel %  bullets ir hard out Ii i ii j 5 fine pose, ai I %  %  %  tin y. th< ^t Zdftr^jGUST BROS Ry £ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 GOOD FOODS, THE RIGHT KIND, AND SUNSHINE GALORE SUCH VITAMIN SOURCES, HAVE PLENTY IN STORE mm KW BUT JUST TO MAKE SUP OUP, SUPPLY IS OKAY, WE ALL TAKE THF/MUU I PI V CALLED"'ONE-A-DAY" Thert U vitamin protection for you, neighbor! When you supplement the food you eat each day with ONB-ADAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, you get all the vitamins known to be necessary in human nutrition. When it is so easy and Inexpensive to take ONE-ADAY (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, can you afford to be without them? To assure minimum daily requirements, take Just one capsule each day. M tfMMMT MULTIPLE VITAMIN CAPSULES -22_ AY APRIL 23, GLASS FOR EVERY P D R P os I STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and lUsilvering Our s %  L. & G. Class and Mirror WftrikV 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE JS MORRIS ORUN ELECT MAX M. SINGER your Ihlvyat. to the Democratic National Convention Fourth Congressional District Subject to May 4th Primary Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER If elected I will go to the convention unfo structed, but announce at this time that I am pledged to Senator Claude Pepper if nominated as President or Vice President, in recognition ol an outstanding humanitarian and a great American. rir.-is Pull Lever 17F Political JUT. J. B. ELLENBURG CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1 I Pledge My Whole Support To The Taxpayers And Voters Of Dade County. More And Better Garbage Collation-, Reducing Toll To Crandon Park To 25c; Full Support In Flood Control. "A Friend And Neighbor" r..l I Political A4. 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 1 Itl ll *• j ELECT Franklin Parson COUNTY SOLICITOR Criminal Court of Record Resident of Dade County for the past 19 years. Served 14 years en City of Mian Legal Staff. Served 9 years as Attorney Miami Planning Board. L Attorney for Miami Civil Sew* %  Commission £pr 7 years42 years old, married, has *• children. • Graduate of University of 1W" and University mi Pittsburgh rd. political Ad. s Time To Change For Better Law Enforcement^ TRULY NOLEN. Pre.ident ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS w E s reciAUZE IN TERMITE CONTROL \ 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 11 c 5 344 4 %  Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2FREE INSPECTION



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UDAY. APRIL 23, 1948 HIvors Add Ester Camp fo Osceola and Mrs. Herbert Silver inciince the opening of a sister mp to Camp Osceola to be op[ati-d by Mrs. Silver in Horse ,.,., North Carolina for the b; ison. i acquired Camp Osceola. I sunville, in 1946 upon his lp;uation from the United States a v;.1 Reserve as a lieutenant A graduate of the Marynd State Teachers college and Jo University of Maryland, he |UKI" in Baltimore City schools : to entering the service. He B granted a Master of Educate degree from the University mi last year and resumed teaching post at South Beach mi ntary school, Miami Beach. [v i his wife, the former Belle Ij;,:. Silver has operated Camp I i for boys the past two (Timer seasons. Mrs. Silver is Uade county teacher and • I the Miami "Y" camp in mer of 1945. |D. Paul B. Winston, chief lusi physician at the Cincinkt; Jewish hospital, will be resi|nt physician for both camps, listed by a registered nurse. end counselor for the boys' mp will be Winston L. Moeller has held that position for past thirteen years and is icipal of the Hartwell High '. Cincinnati. Edith Fisher, nee and guidance teacher at ach High school, will be unselor at the girls' camp. |[nter-camp activities planned le summer include carnival, laic: ballet, boating, dancing, V, ic shows, etc. Judaism Council Favors U.S. Plan NEW YORK. (JTA)-Asserting the American people cannot afford the luxury of partisan logrolling and of propaganda appeals to passion and prejudice when the national welfare is involved. Lessing J. Rosenwald. president of the American Council for Judaism, this week urged support of the United States proDosals to end the bloodshed and strife in the Holy Land. He called for an end to the abuse and vilification of officials concerned with the effect of the decision upon the United States. In a national radio address, Rosenwald said that "our national interests, our stake in world recovery and world peace are involved in the Palestine problem" and described as "sheer nonsense" the claim that nothing has happened in the four months since partition was recommended by the General Assembly to warrant reconsideration of America's position. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th It Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami A HAPPY PASSOVER DE BOLIAC CO. i 440 N. W. 29th Street Phone 2-5294 Truck Service and Equipment — Garwood Sales and Service FLEET MAINTENANCE — STEEL FABRICATION TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER "MARTY" <,KI:I;MKI:I: HOTEL A HAPPY PASSOVER DONALD F. PECK REALTOR Tel. 4-0838 — Res. Tel. 9-0304 2331 Galiano Street Coral Gables 34, Florida Just North oi Coral Way—1 Block East of Ponce De Leon B1 T


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APRIL 23, 1948 vJenisti fhrktian PAGE TWENTY-ONE tizens Army Guards The Yishuv I. ,,,, journalist and foreign correspondent, Julian I,. Meltser has L ..,, than a **5** ,n e %  *••?? %  respondent In Palestine of the Times and other IPIIIIIIIK American newspapers and nen servlee ih, lournallstlc corps in Jerusalem, Meltser, who visited the tnlted i a | rear on behalf <>f the United Jewish Appeal, Is oi f the best,. ithorltles on HfiIn Palestine today.—EMIton Note) tall, bearded young man with rolling gait strides erectly [the main street of Jerusalem. Thick khaki trousers caught ankles by gray puttees, a khaki open-neck shirt and grey \er, and heavy army-type boots make up an unofficial m. a British "balaclava" ap with peaked tips at id rear, tilted at a jounty to the right. bungster—he is 21—carries ,,c-k beard almost proudi hm seeming to jut out tract notice. He is of Palmach, the "Yin." Palmach is derived Hebrew abbreviation of Machatz," the striking Haganah. present emergency in Palmach has undertak• and patrol duties for h traffic on the highways %  S of the country. In its are the flower, no idle youth of the Yishuv. many a flower-like mg its girls who serve sharing the same risks as the young men. '(,r in Palviach :n of growing beards il origin among the le bloods of Palestine | 11 t young voices raised in cheerful song. They look round to see an armored omnibus passing, its small peep-holes unlatched. A Haganah platoon is going out on road escort duty. Some Never Come Back Going out. Some of them may never come back, as so many of their generation have not returned in the past few months. But they are singing, the songs of the new and undaunted Yishuv, the Palmach song and the Field Force song, and the ditties which are becoming the new folk music of Jewish Palestine. These boys and girls, who have lately finished high school, have dedicated themselves to national service. They are volunteers. They have no medals to win, nor would they be interested in decoration. | Their valor is the valor of a young generation which has been chosen out of the long centuries of history for this moment to pro• beards assume vari-|tect the building of a homeland. t Some are Lincolnian, | The men and women who built t .1-1 ices. Vandykes are j the early foundations of today's |l America were of the same mettle. k 5 of the British Navy [The frontier settlers, the covered t>: i s, the young men on wagon pioneers, the farmers who days can perceive the ultimates of history. Yet the people of the Yishuv, the older folk who loon on with glad hearts and envy ot those chosen for a mission, are profoundly imbued with one certitude. It is a certitude born out of the simplicity of belief in the prowess of these boys and girls in their 'teens and early twenties. It is the certitude that the youngsters who keep the routes of supply open to Jerusalem and the Negev, who defend Jewish villages, who seek to assure the constitutional right of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for themselves and their fellows, have been blessed in purpose. A History-Making Generation It is, supremely, the certitude that they are the generation of whom history will in time speak in glowing terms, long after those who failed to help them are forgotten dust. Within a few minutes after an explosives-laden car blew up with fatal results outside the Palestine Foundation Fund building in Jerusalem, a platoon of Jewish Commandoes were on the (Continued on Page 28) GO SMARTLY BUS BY MIAMI TRANSIT CO. ESTABLISHED 1925 i defense patrols find I ive an irksome chore. i is so elegant. i i v newspaper summed i ither day: "These lads feet, out landlocked They are sand-sailors. • il the dunes of the No. rts. Amid wave after almost resen bling I If i b be N( r pi hi the is combers of the ocean ) ciuise on patrols to rm settlements. seafarers, they find i. irale not to shave. them that little inIhe 'New (Male) Look" 1 'Unger Yishuv. The grow long, twirly British Royal Air its of the last war. But Patrol, like the Dover Britain in the last war. lull maritime beard. 1 in a Tel-Aviv tho-1 hear the sound of I hacked into the forests and the stalwarts who tamed the prairies, had the same urge towards orderly, communal existence. No man of the caliber of these Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN o RE-ELECT STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 S. J. FreedmaD HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. 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PAGE TWELVE Jewist>ncrM&L FRIDAY, APRn. Sholem Lodge Women Eleet Mrs. Gordon Mrs. Harry Gordon was elected president of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge at their regular meeting in Temple Israel last week. At a luncheon meeting held in her home Tuesday the newly elected leaders of the group adopted the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida as its local project. Under the Guidance of Mrs. Francis J. Riordan. executive secretary of the society, a committee of 30 women headed by Mrs. Paul Barnett 3re to contribute the..services a: the society office. Officers serving with Mrs G : don include Mrs. Leonore Curtice 1st vice pres.: Mrs Jerome We inkle, 2nd vice pres.: Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, treat.; Mrs Harvey Herman. finaiH..-. M Mrs Arnold Simon, recording sec : Mrs Charles Jacobson. corresp sec.: Mrs. William Danziger, historian; Mrs. Sam Silver, i mentarian; and Hn Max Katz monitor. Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs Nat Strauss, Mrs. Milton Friedman Davi S :. m in Mrs Milt Mrs Mark Kaplan, Mrs John Kronenfeld Mrs Mars F inhere, Mrs Abe Ar n vita ..I Mrs Pi ..: Barnett comprise the board Thi w men 1 Sh intend tc assist I ety in their missi n tt imr, rovi psychiatric services that exist within the stau Mrs Gord :. stated, "and to further education in order tc achieve wider ^ni^r;:;r.^.-£ : :r.c ::_• nature a.-.:: • xtenl :' men) Preparedness Day Ann ounced Here Mayors Marcie Liberman and Robert Floyd last weekend proclaimed Monday as National Preparedness day in this area, in conjunction with the program observed by veteran organizations throughout the country Nat Pollack commander of the Robert Richter post No. 11. of the American Veteran Society.in Miami Beach, stated that the observance sponsored locally by his organization and other AMVETS posts, was officially designated oy act of Congress. "The occasion." Pollack said, 'marked the 173rd anniversary jf Paul Revere's ride and commemorated the battles of Concord and Lexington." Musical Hour 'Bar Mitzvah* Celebrating the completion of 13 months or the "Bar Mitzvah" •f his Jewish Musical Hour. Jacob Schachter collected over 5500 for the Cancer Drive from ji appeal made on his program ast Friday. -ponse was immediate ind gratifying, according to ; has been arranged. Schachter. since most of the doj %  -..,-.. ns were in $5. sio and $2. : Mayor Liberman Attends amounts. He reportgoal • %  i_ ii coo to be given towards th, Academy Musical proposed Cancer hospital Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi:~. the last 13 months. th< ami Beach was the honorary WBAY program heard Fridays [ guest a: a special musicale pre:: ajn and Sundays at 10 sen ted by the pupils of the Heajn has had in person such brew Academy, Tuesday evening. as Maurice Schwartz. Jan I April 20. at the academy audiMrs. Sherry Honored By Aged Auxiliary Board of directors of the Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged presented Mrs Benjamin Sherry with a se. of luggage last week on the occasion of her birthday as a tribute to her work as president of the group. The presentation took place at a luncheon held in the Robert Richter hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs Sol Silverman was appointed chairman of the group's annual book project with Mrs AJbert Rakoff, Mrs Michael Arnold and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. co-chairmen. Gifts donated to the pro-ect include a handmade lace bedspread by Mrs Isaac Epstein in memory of her daughter. Celia. and a hand knitted afghan made by the late Esther Rosenberg. sister of Mrs Michael Arnold. Harold Spaet will sponsor the summer luncheon function ted by Mrs Carrie Sapiro. Last regular meeting of the group will take place Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the Robert Richter at which elections will take place A musical program LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMl LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that Iflamj Beach Ftorida ln ; %  to register said name itn tne f the Circuit Court of Dade : r OTHOTEI, CORP. a Florida Corporation WALTER •' EOVNBTJ. for Applicant M- Bart, Michel Michalesko. Michel t rium, ilt 6th St. Miami Beach. R senberg, Max Kletter, the Dr David S. Andron, president Feder Sisters, and Cantor Mort i the Hebrew Academy, served .. YardeinL Prominent Mias chairman for the evening. • .'. h have spoken on the Beatrice Raphael, representing ill in Mayor Marcie Liberthe pupils of the academy, preDr. David S. Andron. Courtsented the mayor with a Pass.--.-_-. Dr Maurice Klein. Rabbit>er Haggadah. in conjunction Mescheloff, Simon April with the forthcoming holiday. In nd Lecn Kror.ish. and Attorney ....... pting the Haggadah the mayor N rman Lyons, as well as Harry said that he was "happy to acin of the New York Jewish cept the ageless book containing Day. the Exodus of Egypt and the %  7 „ .1 St ry of the struggle for inderSUL a^HSr*Jm Unl*F In The Community pendence for. which our people ...... -f._ c chapter, %  •;„./ p TV r.ave fought and are still fightCaptain Harry Levy, noted bholom rorum Theme D leader, at their meeting H v To Achieve Unity In The Monday evening, 8 p.rr.. at th. : :he sub-ect Irgun Leader Addresses UZB :ng." Atlantis hotel roof garden. A : toruin sponsored bv 'the! film,/Tonight We Attack." will •.;..-, C lub of Temple Beth : also be shown Captain Levy who made a special trip from New York :• address the gathering, will discuss the problems in Palestine-. A captain in the French army during the war. Levy was captured and interned at a Naz concentration camp. He escaped and joined the Maquis of th" French underground. After the war he became a member of the Irgun in Palestine Last season he conducted ar* extensive drive here for funds for the Irgun. The public is invited to attend Sholorr. at their regular meeting | held Monday evening, at l p m. at the • ty hall of the Temple. A'oe Solosko, presilent, announced. Participants in the forun. will be Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan on •Religious Unity:" William Singer on "Unity in the Field of Commerce:" Alfred Stone en "P .tical Unity:"" Jack A Abbott or., Fraternal Unity'' and Gus Jacobson on "Welfare Unity." %  '. rr.s Klass will serve as mod' erator. The program has been arranged by Jules P. Channing. program chairman. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Coral Gables Insurance, Inc. ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS 2128 Ponce de Leon 323 Greco Phone 48-1421 NOTICE TO APPEAR •\THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVESTH J1DIOAL CIRCUIT 1 sv FOR DADE COUNTY. ; K IN CHANCERY. No. LA SCILUFO. Plaintiff. %%  run UP SCILUFO, Defendant. a, • w -daide. Long Island. New i U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Bill ot Complaint '<* J* v ? !" *"* I ,-d aealnnt you by ANU*-LA SCILUFO. vour wife, in the above .Vvled cause" and m the above named you are further notified ou are hereby required to fUe auwet in said proceedings on n the 34th day of Stay. AD Ml otherwise the allegation* of aald of Complaint will be taken aa -.*<1 bv you. Thj order la to be published once *r*k for four (> consecutive ,l„k in the Jewish Floridian. a. -.ewxpaper published in Dade County. Dated this 22nd day of April A.D. E. B. DEATHERMAN. Clerk. C Urt "# F J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. sxNFoRD Si. SWERDL1N Sol Itor for FUlntlff ;. >. -.bold Buildins Miami.' Florida 4 3- s :-n ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI>>RIDA. IN AND FUR DADL COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. MAE AREHART. Plaintiff. .1!AKULX> E. AREHART. Defendant. Y -, HAROLD E AREHART, C o SUPERINTENDENT. VIRGINIA STATE l'ENITENTIART. RICHtll SD. VIRGINIA, are notified to file your appearance in the above .-.(or divorce, on or before the .'4th day %  %  May. A.l>. l4s. or a De-ro Confeaao will be entered against you. DATED: This ?!nd day of April. AD. 1M. E. B. LEATHERSIAN. Clerk. iClrcuit Court Seal) By WJi. W. S?TOCKLNG. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER A SAAUA'ITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff -•".• Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4,13-10 5.7-H-21 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i'K E'LORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE • I'NTY. — IN CHANCERY. No lltSOJ GEORGE W. SUIT, Plaintiff, vs. MARY C. SUIT. Defendant. YOU, MARY C. SUIT. 4327—th STREET. N.W WASHINGTON. D C are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce. 00 Of before the *4th day of Stay, A.D. 1S4S. or a Decree Pro Confeaao will be entered against you. DATED: This nnd day of April. A.D. 1948. E B LEATHEKMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W. STt>CKING. l>ei-uty Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff • %  ybold Building Miami. Elorlda i 23-i" 6 7-14-21 GREETINGS FOR THE PASSOVER SEASONMR. AND MRS. S. C. MTLSTETN OF TINY TOWN CHILDREN'S FURNITURE CLOTHERS AND TOYS "ON MIRACLE MILE"" 349 Coral Way p hone ej.U|a TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER CUSHMAN BAKING CO. INC. 1310 West Flakier Street Miami TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HELP ELECT HAYES WOOD County Commissioner District 4 6'-a years proyen ability as public official, handled over sixty mil Bon dollars public monies, without loss of single cent. Help HOVM Wood Change County AnTrrlnlBliuuoc to of "Service to the People" one Paid PemSeal Ae> CENTRAL SIGN SERVICE 2814 N.W. 2nd Avenue p^ j, !" TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER American Sign & Advertising Co. 1184 N.W. 62nd Street p^ 7 lm TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Advertising Display Service 10 S. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 21NUMBER 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
lanah Forces
iture Palestine's
thest Port City
yfa An Arab spokesman
j last night that the Arabs
set out of this port city, one
fe richest prizes in the Holy
|'s civii war.
ganah forces seized control
Irday of Haifa after heavy
[grit fighting which began
IWedncsday afternoon.
request of the British,
nah. the Jewish military
issued a cease-fire order.
hns handed the Arab Na-
comi ttee included:
armament of all Arab forces
kurrenrier of all arms.
fcedom of movement in all
of Haifa with an end to
kg and roadblocks.
|ivery of all foreign Arab
to Haganah for immedi-
eportation.
bender of all German Nazis.
|4-hour curfew during which
\rab disarmament will be
fcd out.
persons to return to their
pursuits.
|guarantee that Arabs can
on their lives and work as
land equal citizens of Haifa
pijoy all municipal services.
security of Haifa outside
\h zones to be maintained
Bganah.
iish forces in the Jerusalem
this week repulsed two
Arab attacks and in at
lone instance sent the guer-
porces reeling back.
. major Arab defeat came
Poale Mizrachi settlement
ve Yaacob, five miles north
Irusalcm. The raid, led by
(Ghoury, member of the Pal-
Arab Higher Committee,
henchman and newly-ap-
fed military commander of
Jerusalem Arab forces, re-
in a number of casualties
Je Arab forces including the
of one Briton and several
who led the attack in a
Nd Jewish armored car.
pe Jewish Floridian offices
be closed on Friday,
30th, conclusion of the
over holidays.
Inews copy for publica-
|in that issue must be in
Advertising columns
rter than Tuesday 3 p.m.
LIBERATION IN PHARAOHS TIWC-
fattf*""-
iqifS__PASSOVER n Utfl
S. Trusteeship Suggestions Omit Implementation Plan
SE SUCCESS, (JTA) A
|d plan designed to facili-
peussion by the United Na-
f temporary trusteeship
|lesune was presented Tues-
tte U.S. delegation to the
|al Committee of the special
P' Assembly session. How-
J'he plan does not specify
1 trusteeship decision would
Plemented.
[resenting the plan, Warren
"sun, chief U.S. delegate to
*. pointed out that its pro-
are "tentative sugges-
The document, he said,
not be regarded as a
American proposal, but
as a basis for discussion.
fly, the plan provides:
p terms of trusteeship for
Fe should be approved
[ut Prejudice to the rights,
or position of the parties
"ed, or to the character of
Pntual political settlement."
pe United Nations, acting
P> the Trusteeship Council,
^ the administrative au-
for Palestine. It will as-
sure the territorial integrity of
Palestine against any threat of
aggression, and will appoint a
Governor-General in whom will
be vested wide powers and who
will be responsible for the main-
tenance of internal law and order.
3. The Governor-General will
organize a volunteer force to pro-
vide for local defense. Until such
time as the force shall be able
to function effectively, or if sub-
sequent to such time a situation
arises with respect to which the
force requires assistance, the
Governor-General may call upon
certain governments to assist in
the defense of Palestine or in the
maintenance of law and order in
the country. The countries upon
whom the Governor-General may
call for military aid are not spec-
ified in the American plan, but
it is assumed that they will be
the United States, Britain and
France.
4. Immigration into Palestine
shall be permitted, without dis-
tinction between individuals as
to religion or blood, in accord-
ance with the absorptive capacity
of Palestine as determined by the
Governor-General. It shall be
subject to the requirements of
public order and security and of
public morals and public health.
5. As a temporary measure, the
immigration of a fixed number
of displaced Jews on a monthly
basis, for a period not to exceed
two years, shall be permitted
into Palestine. The number of
such immigrants is to be agreed
upon later. The selection and ad-
ministration of the immigration
of displaced Jews shall be con-
ducted by the Governor-General
in consultation with the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization and
representatives of the commun-
ities of Palestine.
6. The Governor-General shall
establish and maintain a land
system appropriate to- the needs
of Palestine, in which there shall
be no limitation on the sale, pur-
chase, lease or use of land which
discriminates on grounds of race,
nationality, community or creed.
However, under the authority of
the Governor-General, adequate
measures shall be taken to assure
protection for the interests of
small owners or tenants in cases
of transfer of arable or grazing
lands.
7. The Governor-General shall
appoint a commission of impartial
experts, who shall be neither
Arab nor Jew, to recommend the
criteria upon which the land sys-
tem described above shall be
based.
With regard to the length of
the trusteeship period, the U.S
plan provides that the UN. trus-
teeship shall terminate either as
soon as the General Assembly has
approved a plan of government
agreed to by Arabs and Jews, or
after the expiration of three
years if the Trusteeship Council
agrees upon a plan of govern-
ment which is approved by a ma-
jority of both the Arab and Jew-
ish communities of Palestine. The
approval of the inhabitants of
Palestine would be signified in a
plebiscite conducted by the Gov-
ernor-General.
During the trusteeship period,
the Government of Palestine
shall be composed of the Gov-
ernor-General, a cabinet respons-
ible to a bi-cameral legislature,
the legislature, and a judiciary.
Pending formation of a cabinet
and legislature, the Governor-
General shall be assisted by an
advisory council, which shall
function until such time as, in the
opinion of the Governor-General,
the citizens of Palestine demon-
strate their willingness to co-
operate in a cabinet and legisla-
ture, or in any other form of
government on which both the
Jewish and Arab communities
have agreed.
The advisory council shall be
composed of the permanent chiefs
of the administrative depart-
ments of the government and of
representative Palestinian citi-
zens appointed by the Governor-
General from each community.
The Governor-General would be-
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PAGE FORTY *j€ist tkrkHan I^UPRiLa Next Year In Palestine Jest For Passover By LISL LEITNER The night was in full bloom. It smelled of orange blossoms and it was sprinkled with bluish drops of starlight. On the left the silhouette of Jaffa stuck out like a tongue into the sea. Some brightly lit ships stood anchored in Tel Aviv harbor, rocking gently in a smooth and shining sea. Walking along the deserted Bv I. Zaac In amazement we stood and -tared. But now the o.d men h. Unerican soldregained their dignity and reA comp.m sumed their march. For then -era it of whom were young were two circles of dancers now ££*£ ^J^^\ n Ih each guarding one end of the %  • ;|Iv;| street, and m the space kept deal JJ .„ he fl htingi onc the process.on walked on. Mean< permission while, to the accompaniment of ** %  £ f(w ^ dance and abuse the driver had "' considered the price of window| P anes. He turned back. Immedi. JJj ^SH*. word He was shutters had dropped to sleep ately the dancing stopped an long ago. we inhaled deeply the men hurried forward as if to scented breeze of a Palestinian April night. There was something odd in the air. a distant murmur which w had first ignored but which steadily grew louder and which we now made out to be human voices. It was the last night of the ; '< p i he would be challi > the sentry. Finally he hit upon what he Passover festival, it was 2 a.m. The murmur rose and ebbed. Suddenly we stopped. Out of a dimly lit side street came a make up time. As we came out to Hei Samuel Square, we saw an procession appro by a tall m side. The m majestically, looking "' ntr y on guard would the right nor the left His was | be no enemy the erect and easy bearing the born leader. and would ,,;iSS i him> S i n he had the opportunity to The two processions converged 'on the big square. There was t:y out his theor>. As the an on procession of men. In the darki much noddin( and silenl gree tuuard percoa.d a so id e r apness they were undistinguishable. \ ing amonR older men and shuffl'' : I/' 1 :n 1 l l0 d \ulJ-: they seemed like a black amorin g and pushing by the younger {= XedtaA"J phous mass flowing slowly ones B y now the whole squan l:irJ 'V: through the street. The men were waa f: „, d with people IIII>>I>II 11 .1... _J Minn •!>< "Aimlnv all bearded and wore long black-1 started a song. He was a smallcaftans and wide-brimmed hats Ish man with a funnv wnnk i, d There were about a hundred of tace and ne enjoyed himself four, greatly. He sang in an odd mixture of Yiddish and Hebrew, with "Chassidim. religious rians," my companion whispered "Where are they going?" "No idea, let's follow them." Advance and give the counter i the sentry, "Mat %  i J< > sol• %  pa.-..i ver," li i the sentry. a hoarse untrained voice carried in the still night. It was a song of the ghetto, a ballad of a Of a sudden the dead murmui Jewish famjlv nat went througn ceased, the mass came to lif< fire and water, war and pogroms A tax. had driven up. wanted I and always emerged miraculouspped. It was if a lv And the refraini about the spark had faUen into embers The miracle that alway8 saved th ssi 'ii dispersed and the men shouted abuse at the was repeated by the whole congregation. It was a joyous song • e blasphemer, who nd eve rybody seemed to like it. "V hl -\ h : f ass SO that the little man had to go over when .i: iving idden. a trickle of younger men i a circle and started a n front of thl a wild "Horah," and; th a ingry furious, on and on unt;l there seemed no ntinued on Page 48) GREETINGS Holla Kleetric Neon Co. & HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th Si. Ph. 7-0314 COMPLETE NEON SERVICE COLD CATHODE LIGHTING 826 N. W. 10th St. Ph. 9-4155 H. L. O'Brien. Prop. Now Located 225 S.E. 1st AVE. DALLAS PARK HOTEL BLDG. "WHERE THE ELITE MEET" SHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A. M. 15 N. E. 3rd Avenue Elks Club Building Authentic Chinese Dishes LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Orders Put Up lo Take Out PHONE 2-2277 It is a pleasure to extend to all our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street PHONE 2-3705 T. W. Mills A. H. Becker PASSOVER GREETINGS < II It I MOP III II MOTORS Plymouth — DeSoto 1200 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3341 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL mi i N WIIIUM, 425 N. W. 54th Street SHOP Phone 78-1021 GREETINGS *?f Your Host WELCOMES YOU TO THE NATIONAL Hole! TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER FLAMINGO GOW> SHOP 819 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH MIAMI II BEACH *•" Directly onOceon o 17'^ St. DINING DOOM COCKU i \


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%  % % %  %  IAY. APRIL 23, 1948 +J€n>isti ihridian PAGE THIRTY-THREE PESACH: Past, Present and Future By Samuel Pasner IBDITOR'S NOTE: The auditor of this article Is a prominent educator "" radio speaker and publio lecturer. t ~" ur The Passover holiday is celebrated by Jews as their fes1 of freedom. Jewish people rejoice during that season in lling their liberation over 3,000 years ago from a land of ression. Pesach, however, is said to have been at one time the on when Jews heralded the arranged to notify the vast crowds congregating in the capital of the time bread must be replaced by matzos. The next day, Jews marched to the Temple with animals to be offered as sacrifices. An impressive ceremony took place. Officiating at the Temple were men who sang psalms of praise while the accompanying musical instruments added to the solemnity of the occasion. The evening was generally spent at home. There a feast took place in which wine and animals offered for sacrifice were served. Matzos helped to impress the historic occasion. The story of liberation was recounted. Destruction of the First Tem-ple did not terminate such festivities. They were renewed with much enthusiasm and energy after the construction of the Second Temple. Later, memory of the magnificent Temple resulted in mourning for its loss through Fent of spring with its budding Mrs. Indeed, the word Nisan, Jewish month in which PassU is always celebrated, is ce'i to its original meaning as nfying flowering or budding, asserted, besides, that Pass%  r in former days was the fesof the Jewish farmer hoping a harvest giving him happiluch statements about the orig|ol Passover are the subject of luiiny and speculation among I s. At the same time, a iii, of view that seems to be U\ .illy accepted is that the ldition of Passover as a great ft rial holiday is the result of liberation of the Jewish peofrom bondage under the antnt Egyptian rulers. The Bible Ea us the stirring events that adi history for our enslaved refaihers in Egypt. These anstors of ours were eager to avc the land of oppression. In late, they baked matzos instead bread. To this day, the Jew nembers that occasion by eatm matzos on Passover. At first, celebrations were obtved as family festivals. The onstruction of the Temple roueht a desire for a celebration Sat would enable Jews of widely tattered communities to meet toither. Jerusalem became a place pilgrimage for the Jewish peobli of Palestine. The thoughts of hi e Jews were directed to Peich us a national holiday to be elebi ated in a sanctified place of worship Special signals were the ruthlessness of the ancient Romans. Jews were no longer able to congregate in the Temple They, therefore, remained at home to relate the events of the liberation. Sacrificial offerings ceased, but the feast of unleavened bread remained. The loss oi world empire by the Romans did not end the suffering of Jews. Facing false accusations and fierce persecution, many Jews in the Middle Ages spent their liver in fear and terror. Celebration of Passover did not cease, but gavety was marred by misery largely due to discrimination against Jews. As late as the 15th century, secret Jews in Spain maintained a perilous life. In hidden caves and underground dungeons such secret Jews conducted a Passover seder, while terrified at the very thought of the approach of an emissary of the Spanish Inquisition. Subsequently, there began to rise on the European continent a great Jewish population that adhered closely to religion. A large (Continued on Page 45) A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Miami Floral Co. Established 1906 Flowers For All Occasions Telegraph Delivery Service 111 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6823 GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 271h Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 GREETINGS II. C. Fleeman Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT t AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Pan-American Bank Bldg. Miami. Fla. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Riverview Grill Specialising in the Finest STEAKS CHOPS LUNCHES Ice Cold Beer and Wine "Your Patronage Always Appreciated" 2780 N. W. N. River Dr. PHONE 2-8814 JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART Furniture. Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1109 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach A. SCHORR. Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 2-2503 GREETINGS FROM HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 \ RELIABLE DEALER Jerry & Mack /IADIATOR SHOP DISTRIBUTORS FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE BEACON AUTO RADIATOR CORES 2034 N.W. Second Avenue MIAMI lie Batteries $7.00 Up Exchange—12 month New Batteries Generator Repair and Exchange HI VOLT BATTERY MFG. 1729-31 W. Flagler St. Phone 9-9852 „ A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL PATRICK NEON DISPLAY INC. R. H PATRICK MIAMI 580 N.W. 71st Street—Phone 7-6783 TAMPA 1417 2nd Avenue—Phone Y 1401 HAPPY PASSOVER SIKES MOTORS USED CAR BARGAINS 475 N.W. 36th Street m


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tIDAY. APRIL 23. 1948 *Jewisti noridH&n PAGE SEVEN jionists Install Line President fewly elected officers of the i Beach Zionist District installed by Rabbi Irving linnan, spiritual leader of the ami Beach Jewish Community Inter. Wednesday evening, April It a t the Center Vlfred Stone, Miami Beach hoowner and prominent civic Idci is the new president for 1H48-49 year, succeeding Jack Burris. Stone served five pis co-chairman of the Mill Rmnd Table of the National Lference of Christians and t/s. He is vice president of the B mi Beach Jewish Community n ter, a member of B'nai B'rith was vice president of the tami Beach Zionist District last ir. Rabbi Lehrman delivered the ncipal address. %  Uftr "f fleers who were installed |: vice i'li-Nidents, Dr. David Andron. |m .1 Elli 8. A. Goodman, Dr. I#o Seymour Rubin. George ti financial secretary, BertMlller; recording secretary, E S 'IKIII : treasurer, Louis Milboard of directors chairman. Ipai'l Broad. fast presidents of the district who li red arc Shepard llroad. Dr. lis 0. I.vtton and Jack IJ. Burris. nli. is of the board of directors Bde Benjamin Appel, Saul Ashlazy. Leonard Harr. Charles Heni Itrond, Jules ChanninK, Imi' M Cohen, Dr. K. J. BMProsterman. Rabbi David Raab, Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Charles Resnlck, Joseph If, Rose. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, Harold Shapiro, Matthew Sllversteln, Bd Singer, (Jus Trau, Alex Van straaten. Ernest Wolfe. The outgoing president. Jack D. Burris, gave his report covering the years activities In the fields of political actions, education, fund-raising, support of Palestinian Projects and youth work. Alfred Stone man. Jake Felt, Jacob C. Fishman. A. P. Cannes, Dr. If. J. Gllck, Isidore Ooldberg, Sol Goldman, Abraham Goodman, I. R. Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman, Murray


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fmm: %  M LAY, APRIL 23, 1948 ssover Moods In Italy +Jmist Fk>ridHan PAGE NINETEEN By Leo Bernstein LA. Correspondent in Italy) L Passover holiday reminds %  Jews of liberation. Today, is particularly true of the s h refugees who are now in f Phey have been "liberated" the Nazis, but they are still ffimn enjoying freedom, alKh they are happy that they ached Italy and are no L r n German soil, or in the Itries where their families ssacred by the Nazis. last few months, the V i of European refugees is countries has increaseadily, with the South Amercountries taking first place emigration. In the refugee p S m Europe there are many nlssions from South America ging the applicants who will ted to enter the various [tries of the New World. 0 w. what is the material the r :,s have to choose from.' i.c expected, the Jews pretii .illy have the same rights ij other nationals, but in actIf.n-t there are many restricfo Jews. As a result there up movements like the rranos," and the Jews try all means to get the "aran" |n necessary for their ration to South America. c ain material from which issions have to choose Ithe future citizens of South Lrica consists of Ustashi h Nazis), members of the iNazi Wlasow Army (Ukraib), Lithuanians who were the est ollaborators of the Gesind other refugees of the \c kind These are just those gees who are anxious and psmg for emigration, because nothing more than to [ri-p itriated. It is a sad thing relations between the USSR hi USA have worsened to i extent that just these are now able to take >RDON ROOFING AND SHEFT METAL WORKS • vi your roof repaired now; you I*' i un on %  naw roof lator "Satitfteto'ry Work by Eorlncod Man" 4M i W. 22nd Avanua PHONE 4-B feed Help in a Hurry?—Call rl EMPLOYMENT SERVICE white and Colored Help Phones 9-6317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner advantage of this fact. It is very interesting, too, that the situation in Italy for these refugees has worsened to such a degree that the International Refugee Organization has decided to mave the camps from northern Italy to the south. In southern Italy, the I.R.O. hopes, there will be a more friendly atmosphere, or at least a more indifferent one. In the last few months between 3,000 and 4,000 refugees were transported from these camps to South America, mainly to Argentina, Brazil and Peru. In one of these transports, which was scheduled to leave for Peru, there were 19 Jews. On the same steamer, there was a group of Ukrainians who knnew the Jews from the camps. Before the ship sailed, all refugees were assembled at Bagnoli, and there the Jews were attacked and threatened by the Ukrainians, who told them frankly it would be better not to journey on that ship, because they would all be thrown overboard as soon as the vessel reached the open sea. The Jews finally left the ship. It is clear that the pro-fascist Ukrainians and other refugees of the same type are introducing into these overseas countries a hatred against Jews and a very dangerous pogrom atmosphere, which was not known there until now. If we remember that more than half-a-million such refugees are seeking immigration to South America, then it is easy to imagine what a great menace they are going to be to the Jews there During the war, while the Jews were persecuted by the Nazis, thousands found asylum in Italy. Nowhere in Europe did the government and the people show so much humanity towards the Jews as in Italy, Even after the war was over, this attitude of good will towards the Jews did not change The Jews continued tto live undisturbed in this country -in cities, ramps or small towns, waiting for resettlement opportunities. It was not so long ago that Foreign Minister Count Sforza declared that the Jews have found in Italv a safe asylum until they can go to their new homelpnd. Nor is this all. It may be said that despite British pressure, Jewish refugees still succeed in entering and leaving the country secretly—but certainly not without official knowledge. However, recently Jewish refugees have been arrested by the Italian authorities. It seemed at first, that these arrests, which were directed not* only against refugees generally, were aimed at combatting the black market and illegal residence in Italy. But littie by little it became clear that (Continued on Page 26) Quality 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-BH' \sk for KOSHER ZION Products at your Local Delicatessen This label insures your f) health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand Itl you are in need of r*her Zion Products Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami Call lorida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors f25 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 24141 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER €. & H. 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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948 rthodox Begin instruction Of >w Building ; round has been broken and tat ruction begun on the new Imud Torah and social hall llding ofthe Miami Jewish hdox congregation, Sidney H. IIIHT, president, announced. Wording to Rabbi Murray juer, spiritual leader of the h^ ; .^ntion, the new building is kignod along functional modern fhitrctural lines. It is to be nposed of three units, two of utility room units made up six classrooms and offices. pse will be joined to the audiJium which will seat approxiItely 350 persons and will have kitchen. There will be no cortors in the building, but all bms and the auditorium will? In into a patio which is to seat tut 500 people. Gorman M. Giller is the archiAbe Kaplan is supervising bstruction. Charles Adelman, chairman of building committee; A. M. ar. the building fund commitand Wallace Maer, dedicacommittee, will be assisted Abe Pepper, Harry Gold^g, D. Singer, Hy Coverman, ix Kupferstein, Jenkins Cohen, x K.'ippaport, J. B. Effenson, Sney Wasserman and Max R. Iver. Estimated cost of the new Llding is $50,000. *-JelstFh>rldian PAGE NINF ___ J [egetarian Society lans Dinner, Musicale Vegetarian society of Miami is llding a seder party Saturday j 6 p.m. in the Star restaurant, Washington Ave., Miami kach, after which members will ither at the Spinoza forum, 124 St. at 8 p.m. to hear a bminent newspaper maD The group is holding a concert id musirale at the Spinoz; rum. May 1 at 7:30 p.m., arnged by Eve Glassman. Admis|n will be a voluntary donation the Family Adoption program Europe. %  Reservations for tomorrow's pty may be made by calling 1-9182. lasada To Meet At Temple Beth Sholom ^A film "Fulfillment of a Prophecy" will be featured at |)e meeting of Masada, Miami each chapter, beginning at 7:45 ••m. Sunday night The group % ill meet in the patio of Beth pholom synagogue, Miami Beach Ted Nelson, president-elect ^nnounced that an agreement had feen reached whereby the Zionpt club had found a permanent rhome" under the congregation's, % unices. Working with arrangement -.sore E. J. Edelman, adviser, and Miss Florence Abrampon. HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Coral Gables | Wrought Iron Co, METAL CRAFTSMEN 323 Creco Phone 48-1421 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER KAMEO KARTAGE KO. PARCEL SERVICE AND UGHT TRANBTEB 2316 Soltt^ thmm MUl Rabbi Grauer Center Conducts Children's Seder Children's Passover services will be conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman this year for the junior congregation of Miami Beach Jewish Community center, Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. Because of the limited space in the center, the services will take piace in Miami Beach High school auditorium. Jay Linn, a member of the junior congregation will address the group on Saturday on "The Exodus From Egypt and the Exodus From Europe." Sermon theme Sunday is the Significance of Passover. Religious school sessions will not be held Sunday because of the holidays.. Horns Reside In St. Louis Now residing in St. Louis are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Horn who were united in Beth David synagogue by Rabbi Max Shapiro April 4. Daughter of Mrs. Sadie Pont of Miami, the former Miss Dolly Pont was given in marriage by her brother, Harold. Miss Ethel Pont served as maid of honor for her sister. The groom chose his brother, Harry Horn, as best man. Bob Kohler rendered vocal selections at the ceremony which was followed by a reception for guests in the Talmud Torah. The couple honeymooned on Miami Beach prior to departing for St. Louis. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mrs. Rose Glickser, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horn, Mrs. Jeanette Kublin and daughter, Judy and Betty Lee, all of St. Louis; and Mrs. Clara Mazer, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sokol, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sokol, Mr. and Mrs. Izzie Sokol, Mrs. Essie Gladstone and daughter, Ethelda, Birmingham, Ala.; William Jayson, Dallas, Tex. SOLD APRIL 20TH 7 APTS. S. W. NEAR SYNAGOGUE RUSSELL REALTY Room 407 Congress Bldg. Phone 82-7638 FOR QUICK SALE $11,500 C. B. 8. CLOSE-IN TILE ROOF AND PORCH ALL FURNISHED Walking; Distance to Synagogue RUSSELL REALTY Room 407 Congress Bldg. Phone 82-7638 R. B. (BUN) GAUTIER EXTENDS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY HIS SINCERE GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SEE 4 IK EAGER PIANO CO. FOR NEW PIANOS — IVERS & POND JANSSEN POOLE SPINETS GRANDS CONSOLES Tuning—Specialists in Repairing, Rebuilding, Refinishing 2264 Coral Way Pkene 48-1306 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST 15400 IfE. Sixth Arenue North Miami Phone 7-6242 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS Lloyd D. LeMan Studio SPECIALIST IN FORMAL AND CANDID WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS 233 Atom*** CtaU CmAOaUm.**. morn 43-6240 w You may obtain your copy of SPARKS FROM A MENTAL ANVIL Written by lilt. JACOB H. KAPLAN By calling at or writing to TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N.E. 191h ST.. MIAMI or by writing DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, BOX 4087. MIAMI. FLA. Price $2.r,0 n '.,; %  PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER SALES OF MIAMI SALES — PARTS — SERVICE 2101 S. W. 22nd St. (Coral Way) Phone 48-779$ •. u l vj GREETINGS CORAL GARLES FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association 2501 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD PHONE 4-7627 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS The time to save is while you have the capacity to earn. Each account is insured up to $5,000.00 MORTGAGE LOANS Long-terms, low monthly payment loans on new or old homes. Funds available for purchase or construction GEORGE B. CASTER, President ASSETS OVER S8.200.000 Member Federal Home Loan Bank Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IT IS with sincere and ex* treme pleasure that I join the many Hade Countians in extending greetings to my Jewish friends on the occasion of their celebration of Passover, I hope that their every wish is speedily realized and their continuous struggle to aid every cause that is worthy, be successful, I thank each and every one of them, for the privilege of having served them. JIMMY SULLIVAN YOUR DADE COUNTY SHERIFF > :



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klDAY. APRIL 23. 1948 L^sac: political Roundup lany newspapers throughout orida are supporting the canlacy of State Treasurer J. EdLarson for re-election. Lakeid Ledger says "Treasurer frgon has served the people of jrida well. His office has been erated on a businesslike basis. Id he has achieved a reputation efficiency, thoroughness and lirtesy." The Arcadia Arcadian \ds no criticism of his adminra'ion" and Allen Morris of lllahassee, author of the politicolumn "Cracker Politics" edicts Larson's re-election. |Tlu Tampa Morning Tribune \ds that Mr. Larson "has provhimself to be a capable, orough, diligent and conscienLus official, handling with su|rb ability, the two offices which holds, together with multirious other duties embraced in administration responsibili+Je*istFhrMiton PAGE THIRTEEN f'lt isn't enough to vote against i -ailed county consolida^n— opponents of that vicious oposal should also see that coun| commissioners are elected who nestly oppose it," John C. Lhnson, candidate for com misbntr in district 3, this week fid a Coral Gables political Ithering. ["As a private citizen I opsed the plan and if elected to county commission, I shall rry on my opposition," he said. lost of you recall the fight I against the utility and toJcco taxes as a taxpayer. You ay rest assured I shall fight ch insidious legislation as your unty commissioner." |johnson spoke in favor of imoving county zoning, of auglenting the county road patrol permit that body to regulate venile recreation and for adeiate flood control. Judge Joseph Otto of the Cir|it court, running for election that position, states that he is jalified by background, exigence, education and train[Born in Key West, Otto is a ember of the Monroe county lid State Bar associations, and s been a practicing attorney HAPPY PASSOVER IOOFING PAINTING u v Maleomb Co. iiy Maleomb S. Flnocchiaro PHONES 4-3116 — 4-5148 GREETINGS The Patio Shop PATIO AND PORCH FURNITURE | TROPICAL GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 3650 Coral Way (Miami) Phone 48-2920 TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S BEST WISHES Now York Meat Market 619 Washington AT*. Miami Beach for twenty-one years. He served as assistant state attorney for eight years for the eleventh judicial circuit and has been circuit judge since August, 1944. None of his trial decisions has ever been reversed by the Supreme court. The candidate fought at the Mexican border in 1916. He is also a veteran of World War I having entered as a private and been discharged a 2nd lieutenant. He attended Ruth Hargrove Institute in Key West and received his LL.B degree in 1927 at the University of Florida. Fred W. McCall, Jr. is a candidate for superintendent of public instruction in Dade county. McCall received his B.A. degree from the University of Florida and his Master of Education from the University of Miami. He began teaching at Key Biscayne in 1929. A graduate of Miami Edison High school, he was transferred there in 1931 where he first organized the school band after school hours. During the war, the candidate was dean of boys, resigning to devote his work to the band and orchestra. He is also director of the Orange Bowl Pageants since 1941; vice chairman, region eight, of the National School Music association; executive board member, Southern Division, Music Educators' National Conference; former president, Florida Bandmasters' assn.; former vice president, Florida Orchestra association; and former chairman, Dade County Bandmasters' assn. "Choose a fellowman from your ranks," is the slogan of Estil H. Lanham, candidate for justice of the peace, district one, the North Dade county area. A resident of Miami and Dade county since 1924, Lanham served during World War II as a civilian in Military Intelligence for two years, and as a Federal investigator and enforcement attorney, two years. He was graduated from Miami Edison High school and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1932. Among the vocations that Lanham lists in his past are farmer, laborer, truck driver, lathing contractor, painter, carpenter, newspaper employee, dredge boat hand, steeplejack, elevator operator, court house maintenance man, general practicing attornej for 12 years. SEASON'S GREETINGS EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1191 N. W. 22nd St Ph. 3-1715 "My platform demands the establishment of playgrounds, better roads, clearing and cleaning of our canals, much improved fire protection and water control—" claims S. E. "Doc" Spaulding, pioneer business man and candidate for county commissioner in district ] "Especially for the neglected and forgotten outlying areas of Dade county." A resident of Coral Gables. Spaulding is a member of th Masons, Knight of Templars. Mahi Shrine, Elks, and 3 druggist associations. His business has been in the same location for 24 years HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY THE—MARBLE—TERAZZO 2500 S. W. 28th Lane 4-6037 PHONES 4-4475 PASSOVER GREETINGS B. & B. KOSHER MARKET 804 S. W. 22nd Avenue BOB PIERCE BARNEY FISHER TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Scott Motor & Salvage Company 2320 N. W. 54th STREET PHONE 78-2702 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RILL USSERY DETROIT MIAMI AUTOMOBILES BUY — SELL — TRADE 3425 SW. 8th Street Phone 48-2522 SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Jewish Clients and Friends KENNEDY & ELY Insurance, Inc. 1908 CONGRESS BLDG. MIAMI, FLORIDA Telephone 34641 PASSOVER GREETINGS I %  llll I IN DRESS SHOP 236 N. MIAMI AVENUE TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JAMES M. ANDERSON CONCRETE AND MASONRY CONTRACTOR Prompt Reliable Service 3240 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone 3-5350 f '4. TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER THIEL CHEVROLET COMPANY SALES and SERVICE 2107 PONCE DE LEON PHONE 4-0859 i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1776 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 58-2749 IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ROLAND R. SWEET



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I %  PAGE THIRTY-FOUR +Jeisht1cridkM The Displaced Jew Still Waits Jewish bakers In Frankfurt. In the American Zone of Germany, are seen preparing matzoh for the Passover holidays. One million pounds of matioh will be baked In Germany with specially selected wheat shipped from the United States by the Joint Distribution Committee. The baking, part of the agency's special Passover program. Is under orthodox supervision. JDC funds, which helped supply 5.000.000 pounds of Passover matzoh and food this year to Europe's Jews, are derived from the 1250,000,000 campaign of the_Unlted Jewish Appeal. By Robert Gary (Copyright. 1948. Jewish Te'.egraphic Agency. Inc i Emigration to the Ui .;> %  States for the displaced Jew is tough, hut emigration to any country is oven tougher In fact, the only favorable point that might he I le foi the U.S. emiis that it is \c=s anti-Semitic any other : : a m already fun.-:. :. n tun of the is not part of %  I act. It is. It is • '.it::-..' when one studies individual ca*es and the legal nvolved and then m' • lividual consuls th( ; : ,:a:n for the U.S. I Anti-Semitism in the foreign es is in many and practiced openly. In these cases the foreither ;n their •:. fficials of the international Refugee Organizal on. ot in their written instructions to the IRO, will state in no uncertain terms th :. Jews are wanted. It's as simple as that. Some other countries are a bit mire subtle. Hardly anything in their talks with IRO officials and certainly nothing in their official written instructions will contain anything of an anti-Semitic nature. Such programs simply result in no Jews emigrating to those lands. Else, a mere handful will have emigrated after almost three years, which naturally enough forces the IRO to conclude that the particular country doesn't want Jews. The IRO is then reluctant to submit additional Jewish applicants. The IRO. which is in charge of overall emigration of displaced persons and forced to accept the terms laid down by every countrv. tVels that the mental distress j endured by the displaced J e w while his application is being considered hardly makes it worth submitting when it is certain it will be reje ted on racial grounds The Venezuelan mission, for inhemmed and hawed 1 whenever the question oi ... -'J cepting Jews came up. First, it J denied that there was any kind of racial disc imin.il n. But practically no Jew.-, were accepted. L Finally, the mission said something that sounded like this: "Venezuela doesn't have manv Jews and if we are to start Jewish admissions, only the finest lypes must be accepted sinewe naturally wish them to make a fine impression on our people. A favorable impression would then encourage increased Jewish adns." But still, practically no Jews He accepted. Canada, which has one of th< .! emigration programs functioning at present, is a ucrieus study. On the one hand she has a tailoring project to admit skilled needleworkers, which consists in large part of Jew.;, and on j the other has a number of other | projects that will not even coni sider qualified Jews. In other! ;, the Canadian government .Ken upon itself to categorre Jew.-, into what jobs it beJ. wi should be employee; lada. It might also be added that in approving the tailoring project, h was financed almost entirely by Canadian Jewry, the government ordered that a certain ntage of tailors must be In the Heart of Downtown Miami TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 Opp. Cor, Elki Club PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL D. W. McCOY. Inc. REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches 1549 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-2245 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MEW CHINA RESTAUBA1VT Authentic Chinese Foods AT POPULAR PRICES lanch from 45c—Dinner from 85c Open Daily 11:30 a.m. o 1:30 a.m. 118 S. E. FIRST STREET *IH CONDITIONED PH. 2-9348 GREETINGS WALDEX AND WALLEN SEPTIC TANKS Installed and Repaired DRAIN FIELDS RELAID Free Estimates 3400 N. W. 38th Ave. PHONE 88-2150 SEASON'S GREETINGS $ M. B. XEWMAN i >.. Inc. Real Estate Property Management First Trust Building MIAMI, FLORIDA M. B. NEWMAN, President TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-3041 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street nu Phone 3-3108 non-Jews whose expenses, such as housing and salary, must be paid for out of Jewish funds. But it should be noted that for some time after liberation Canada ad^ !" E£LAPRiL' HAPPY PASSOVER THE C. N. KISTLER COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge mitted quite whohadV 0 J2 1 r % l adaandal ,*'! tlVes £ (Continued A HAPPY PASSovu TO ALL Corporation Are Happy To Anao^J NEW '-OCATIOR 172 N. E. 40th S** PHONE 7-7S0J To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BENNER BOX & PRINTING I Lejuene Road Phone 8-2207 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER David Hess Fixture Company Fluorescent Lighting 336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BERKLEY LTD., INC. WOMEN'S APPAREL "The Friendly Shops" 836 Lincoln Road— 241 Coral Way WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-3689 TO ALL... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER V PHQNE 7-0725 Air Conditioning in Stock Five to Forty Tons 211 N. E. 97th STREET Your Patronage Appreciated G SEASON'S BEST WISHES FROM DWYER'S METAL SHOP New Location: 132J N.W. 74lh St. Phone 7S-4551 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MARINE TERRACE HOTEL 2719 Collins Avenue Miami Beach To ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MINA LEE IMPORTERS. INC. 7343 Coll!*. Av# M,^ j^ m ^^ Way Mia* 6-2419 4^909



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PAGE FORTY-FOUR %  fjenist fkriafi^r llrothers Head Growing Finn Two of the busiest and hardest working brothers in Miami are Harry and Herman Pearl, owners of the Florida Provision Co., inc.. who are intensely active in many of the programs of the community which benefit the less fortunate than they. Harry and Herman came here with their families from New York nine years ago. where they maintained a similar line of business under the name of the Pearl Brothers, and established a warehouse at N.W. 7th ave. and 17th st. distributing foods throughout Greater Miami. Since that time the main establishment has tripled in size and their business outlets have grown to include all of Florida and part of | Georgia, necessitating another branch in Jacksonville. Beginning their d a y before most of Miami has turned off their alarm clocks in the morning, the Pearls find time to maintain a "finger in every pot" in an effort to "help wherever we can." Among the organizations | in which they are jointly active arc the Mami Jewish Orthod iJt Congregation and Talmud Torah. for which they both serve on the board of directors, the Jewish Home for the Aged. Miami Zionist district. Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge. Miami YM & WHA, the Shriners and the Masons. Florida Provision carries every type of food products, including kosher meats, to the various retail stores and e.itina establishments along their line P( I donations f food to needy homes and institutions are not unusual in the company"* program. Harry Pear! is the proud father of four girls: Barbara. '.-. Phyllis. twins Marsha Eileen and Bernice Marilyn, -i With his wif and children he resides at 2129 S.W. 12th st. Mr. and Mis Herman Pearl :,s:!.i S.W. 14th St., hav, children, Arthur. 17. w h o has been accepted to Emory university in Georgia for the Fall si ler, and Lila. 14 Scientific Institute Seeks Material On Palestine The Yiddish Scientific Institute. YrVO, has made an appeal to the pub!:. I gathi r a '\ materials an : irward • • YIVO archives Mati Palestine and its is printed and m n .. : _< i:..:: : i rs Th< se %  nd similar materials are to be classified so as to ble U-: current as well as to j • i ity organiz ni wsparx i s, clip] i ndbills, pictures, j. I etc., printi' led or m any I %  ; .K lishing leratu i %  pl( te sets ColInstiWest I23rd St., New %  Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street '1001' The number "1001" has a mystical significance for W. Mechanic, owner of the House. This hotel is located 1001 Collins Ave. and building owned by Mr. Mecl the Scott Apartments, is 1 at 1001 Fourth St. 11, used this number on I tags for the last several yeai Aft< n .iking his personal donation to the 1948 Combine.: Ji I, Mr. Mechanic canvi s< v< ral Essex Housi tests for lations 'Die result was lection taken among guests to which Mr. Mechanic gave an ::':: r. '.:::': n When the contributions were totalled, the sum reached Ins mj si SI.001. raiDAY, APRn. 23 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER 1 NITY ELECTRIC CO,, IXf ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND KADIOs CONTRACTS — MANTENANCE AND REPAIRS 1054 Alton Rd. p^ A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS. FLORIDA an Pearl A HAPPY PASSOVER CARSON MOTOR INN Courteous Service 502 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-3586 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOYKR WALLMAN SPEKO 1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS WIRING CONSTRUCTION — ALTiHATIONS LIGHT — POWER 1670 Alton Road Phone 5-451! BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. at 62nd St. Phone 7-2411 A. MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Lou i more Apart men! Hotel 1200 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach 921 Lincoln Road GREETINGS UK. F. II. FISH Fit OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER .n IM-I: ROSS WIU.I MS CIRCUIT COURT TO SUCCEED HIMSELF MAY PRIMARY Paid for by friends Phone 5-3580 PASSOVER GREETINGS Armature & Generator Exchange 340 N. W. First Court PHONE 2-0491 PASSOVER GREETINGS T BEST WISHES TO ALL $ THE BARCLAY P L A Z A HOTEL COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., LTD. 3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL %  II IM.I IIIvV C. WILL %III) Criminal Court of Record PASSOVER GREETINGS G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. First Street Phone 2-8669 Eli Meltzer, Director-Manager All Large Outside Rooms — Berth — Phone — Dining Room. Solarium — Swimming Pool — Beach — Cabana Phone 5-5577 1940 PARK AVENUE MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FITCH HO HI UTS PLUMBERS DAVID E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS CONTRACTING REPAIRS "11 Experience Counts We Count" 7516 N. W. 7th Avenue p „„ ,. Phone 78-1637 SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH. FLORID* f t I ". % 



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HDAY, APRIL 23, 1948 • Jewisti Meridian PAGE FIFTEEN •ioneer Women rroups Present tenefit Program Pioneer Women's Organizations Greater Miami, including club jj 0 1, club No. 2 and the youth foup "Kadimah" will present talkie-movie, "Green Fields," raise funds for the "Child Rescue" and "Palestine Emergat Flamingo Park, Sunfay. May 2, at 8 p.m. In case L rain the performance is to take Jlace the following night. Ghana Grosberg, premier theItrical star of the Polish Art theatre, will render songs and ecitations with Anyuta Melicov • the piano. Mde. Nana Iwanowa. elebrated European violinist who |as appeared with all major luropcan orchestras as soloist and tho since her arrival in America rom Switzerland several weeks go has been engaged to play vith the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, will play fjolin selections with Miss Mary Vrico at the piano. Miss Arico Has recently arrived from he north where she was a well known coach and accompanist. Bernard Ostfeldt.head ballet maser of the Royal Opera in Italy, irill dance solos, with Mrs. Arico jt the piano. Dr. Paul Beck, dramatic tenor from Yugoslavia and Ruth BrotIota Alpha Pi Initiates Recently initiated into Rho chapter of Iota Alpha Pi sorority at the University of Miami were Dorothy Boss, Mimi Braunner, Sharlene Gershon, Gloria Greenberg, Sunny Goldberg, Dorothy Kenton, Rita Morris, Shirley Reich and Myrna Schlossberg. Newly installed pledge class of the group includes Harriet Bartow, Dorothea Blumberg, Barbara Devore, Florence Finkelstein, Joan Ginsburg, Patty Halprin, Marilyn Korash, Barbara Krutoff, Gloria Levine, Rae Rabnick, Shirley Sussman and Rosiland Goodis. State Hotel Directors Three Greater Miamians were elected directors of the Florida State Hotel Assn. last week at the closing sessions of the group's 3-day convention in Jacksonville. They are Abe Allenberg, Miami Beach, and Carl Meeks and Francis Hamilton of Miami. man, lyric coloratura soprano, will sing operatic and musical comedy duets as well as folk songs. The program is being arranged by Miss Brotman. Tickets are for sale at Condave's Music Store, 1224 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Twentieth Anniversary Year UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MOlleSte AllOO, Musical Director MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 24O0 WEST FLAGLER Alexander Kipnis BASS BARITONE Symphony No. 4 Brahms—Roumanian Rhapsodic No. 1 Eneico Moussorgsky—Arias by Mozart —Handel Sunday. April 25th, 4:30 Monday Evening, April 26th, 8:30 For Sunday only—Reserved seats, $3.50. $3.00, $2.50. $1.75. $1.50 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade • Large stock of monuments on display tor immediate delivery in all Jewish cemeteries. • Serving the leading Jewish families in this area since 1925. Look For the 2-Story While Building THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES OPEN SUNDAYS PHONE 4-3249 1 "KAIGLER SOX SHERIFF Q U A L I F I E D Miami University Reveals Summer Session Dates University of Miami summer sessions are scheduled to start June 7, with law school registration June 1, 2 and 3, and first regular summer session registration June 4 and 5, according to a recent announcement. Teachers training classes begin June 21, and registration for the classes, June 19. The second regular summer session registration date is Aug. 2, and classes start Aug. 3. Regular summer sessions are open to graduates of accredited high schools. However, students enrolling for graduate or law courses must be admitted to the graduate school or the law school. Detailed information on requirements can be obtained from the office of admissions at the university. The summer sessions provide a choice of the basic and advanced courses leading toward all the degrees offered by the university. Faculty at the summer sessions is practically the same as those who teach in the regular semesters at the university. For the first time, units in the new housing on the main campus will be made available to summer session students. These units consist of living rooms, kitchens, bath rooms and bedrooms, fully furnished. The average unit accommodates four persons in comfort, thus four friends who desire to share the unit can make arrangements to do so. The university operates a bus service between the housing section and the north and main cai.ipuses, without charge to students. For the further convenience of summer students th's bus service will be extended to Crandon park during free afternoon hours and on week ends. PASSOVER GREETINGS Many Thanks from THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WBAY — 1490 On Your Dial Reaching you every Frriday 11 A.M. 12 Noon Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. JACOB SCHACHTER Director 11 mi iiiiiiiiiiwiiiiisiiiisMmiiMjpsiiiiiiinnimniimiriiiiiii ELECT C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS E X P E R I E N C E D 4 Years Deputy Sheriff of Dade County World War H Veteran — 31 Months Foreign Duty Enlisted and Officers Status SOX FOR SHERIFF and SECURITY : Paid Political Advertisement by Frland The incumbent does not seek reI election—you will elect a new Constable; wh not vo' for C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS CONSTABLE THIRD DISTRICT Your Friendly and Courteous Representative ; 7 Years Experience as a Law | Enforcement Officer. 18 Yaara in | Dade County. I : i ... in. ::..: %  si .-iii.,1 iw .. i 1.1 An Appeal By DR. Z. I. SABSIIIN Here, on that November— Wo all looked up to you. Nov.', pleaxe. remember— You are the hope of every Jew. Y-ju then carried w irM'S fame With your paitltioi, clue. You have reminded %  fewiah'a name— By giving that land to the Jew. You aet a timely rose For events of Future's hue. ESveryone of you know The torture of the homeless Jew. Now, some would Changs truth to our other efforts will decay.— If you fail solving for the Jew Consolidation Opposed Miami Beach Board of Realtors unanimously passed a resolution at their last meeting, April 12, opposing the proposed plan for Miami-Dade county consolidation. Due to numerous requests the Jewish Floridian will alter its policy and accept ads of a personal nature, as printed below. This is being done in the hope that it will prove of service to our readers. CORRESPOND? LONELY? Send for free guide "Fountain of Friendship" Dept. K. 565 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn. N. Y. Cultured, pleasant lady, 39, nice appearance, 5'6", wishes to meet refined professional or established business man, with means. Write Mrs. R. E. C/O The Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973, Miami Jewish Matrimonial Agency Teachers Doctors Dentists Business Men RUTHEY CHANCIS. Director OUT-OP-TOWNBRS A SPECIALTY Hours: 10 A.M.-10 P.M. 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PAGE BDCTEEN Political Roundup +Je*lstifk>r*Mafi Sam R. Bandy who has set himself up as "the people's candidate," is running for county commissioner from district 1. The 40-year resident of Miami has expressed the belief that the people should run their own government. "I also believe in suppressing extravagance, preventing excessive taxation and thu? permitting real estate to hold its present value and the development of property by the construction of buildings continued." he asserted. "I promise, if elected, to do my best to serve Dade county and its entire population as an honest and conscientious commissioner," Bandy pledged. The former Virginian, a Miami tax appraiser for twelve years, is active in many civic, fraternal and business associations. FRIDAY, APRE Dade county will have a new armory with complete modern facilities, if plans now being developed by the county commission materialize, it was announced this week by Commissioner I. D. MacVicar, chairman of the board's zoning and building committee. Federal specifications, cost and other data are now being studied by the architectural firm of Steward and Skinner. Under the current federal program of increasing the National Guard, MacVicar pointed out. more up-to-date facilities must be provided for local units, adding that a new armory would be a major county asset, because it could also be used throughout the year for various community functions such as conventions and fairs. "With the unsettled conditions in the world today, we feel that Dade county's National Guard units should have the most upto-date facilities the people can provide," he said. "Our board is now considering placing a bond issue on the November ballot for this purpose." Standard regulations for armory buildings call for a main demonstration hall and indoor drill field, indoor target range, class rooms, separate locker and toilet facilities for each company or battery, executive offices, company supply rooms, first-aid stations, library and weapon storage. Plans for the Dade county armory are to include a large "day room" for recreation, a boiler room and mechanical ventilation. MacVicar, a veteran of both World Wars, emphasizes that Dade county is of great strategic importance in national defense. ^xx^s^^^^^^^^^Six HarTv^Zukernick? r !VS2l W S ta£r%rp£.7 wSte BOMS monitor and Barnet BeckIrving Frankel. trustee; Geo Teigman. warden. Not shown in photo are ^PrS^trStSToK ge J 'l^maTirl.teer^k Abbott state federation pre,.; and Mey.r TeTgman warden. Not shown in photo are Harold Zinn. assistant Monitor; Dav.d Pavlow. tree..: Sol Goldsirom end Jack August, Trustees. W Carry a Full Lb, Strict!, Freeh NORTHERN LAKE egj YELLOW PlKE-WHm FISH-BUFFALO AND CARP Lake Trout. Smelts J In Masoi. Also all South ,rn Fish We Grind Yj Fish free You Are Cordially IrmJ to Visit and See Thii x n | Sanitary Marktt 147 N.W. 5th St. Miami PHONE 82-4202 county employes hired upon a civil service basis, instead of by the present system of political appointments which last only during the tenure of the county official who furnished the individual with the job." In other county-wide speeches, the candidate declared himself "100 per cent _against consolidation." Deer, a prominent Legionnaire and businessman, declared that consolidation would put the rest f the county at the mercy of a small group of machine politicians within Miami proper—because Miami's heavily concentrated population could supply the most votes." Deer further pledged to work for the establishment of a veteran's service center, which, he claimed, "the county commission has failed for two successive years to inaugurate." Lorber Group Plans Boatride Lorber chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver is sponsoring a boatride May 2. Those attending will leave on the "Seminole Queen II" frnrr. Pier 6, Miami Yacht Basin, at 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served on board. Tickets may be obtained bycalling 48-8896 or purchased for $1.50 at the pier until 8 p.m. the night of the ride. operating a service station in Miami. Among his affiliations are Masonic Order, Loyal Order of Moose, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion and Coral Gables Junior Chamber of Commerce. RE-ELECT RICHARD CHUBirl 0ELKERS Representative Stah| Legislature GROUP 2 Your Vote and Support Appreciated Paid rolIUalift, J. (Marty) Deer, candidate for the county commission from district 3, said this week he will seek upon election to have "all With the double slogan "Dade County Needs Youth and Experience" and "Sox For Sheriff and Security," Kaigler Sox is operating his campaign for sheriff of this county for the May primaries. A resident of Dade county since 1936, Sox, 34, was born in Carrollton, Ga. He attended high school and military academy in South Carolina and studied at the University of Miami. Sox was associated with the county sheriff's office for four years until he entered the service. He served 31 months in the European-Pacific Theatres, enlisting as a private to be discharged a captain. Since his discharge the candidate has been GREETINGS Coral Gables Title Company Mortgages—Construction Loans Escrows—Abstracts Title Insurance 32 Giralda Phone 48-6543 Coral Gables SEASON'S GREETINGS MILGRIM, INC | Women's Apparel 738 Lincoln Road Phone W PASSOVER GREETINGS CAUSEWAY CARPET, INC. 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klDAY, APRIL 23. 1948 jinrich Heine—The Jew +Jenlsti florid inn PAGE FORTY-THREE (Continued from Page 39) Lvd them. He attacked "the Ltized Jews who disparaged Jacl more than its born emies." It is perplexing that fine, the acute and sophisticated [dent of human character, ,,1 to see that the shoe he put •lie feet of other men fit his J?n foot. too. EmotlK the many contradicts of Heine's life his remark%  e heroism over a decade of Crowing physical sufferings is Irhaps the most astounding. A nsuous hedonist, pampered and taitl of hardship and pain, line rallied from under the uel blows of a ten-years' painsickbed and wrote precisely those years of paralysis, semi| ss and complete physical -ea'^down his best books. [A hough he attempted occa[nally to minimize the impact id sickness upon the new jt ink of life he acquired in the I us "mattress crypt," om vhole he was ready to con: -.hat there are two kinds of ligi in, one for the healthy and te for the sick. The cult of lauiv and reason were little Crifort in the sleepless, painful |p.ht. when Heine had too much in his hands and consumed :( in regrets. And repent If ever there was a Baal \ ,h, a sincere penitent, %  jne qualified for the role. "Yes hi re come back to God," he r, ned. Suffering had atbn< his heart to faith and he kit that it was a great blessing k\ w that "there is someone heaven to whom I can comlain." He confessed, "faith has ome to me in great flashes of ght. not in little flickers. Not icause of the sick-bed, but beluse of deep and shattering aoufchts, veritable waves of exil' in." • to Oi:r Many Jewish Friends and Customers A Most Happy Passover GS MARSHALL CORAL GABLES ; JSURANCE CO. PHONE 4-0123 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. BF.3T WISHES TO ALL DAN CHAPPELL Fan American Bank Building 1ASSOVER GREETINGS FRIDEN CALCULATORS 153 N. E. 10th Street I Continuous Courteous Service M, L. BAKER, Manager Phone 94429 Yet there, too, some contradictions remained, for at the same time he told his friends: "When I cannot stand the pain, I take morphine; when I am unable to take care of my affairs I hand bum over to God Who shall tay that there is not the sanrhealing power in opiates and religion, when a few grains of dust -prinkled on a burning wound quiet the soul!" During those years of suffering and spiritual rebirth, Heine lovingly retraced his steps to thp Jewish interests of his yount manhood. As a youth, he had laid aside the manuscript of his novel, the "Rabbi of Bacharach." But now, on the threshold of death, the Jewish creative power moved him strongly. He wrote the "Hebrew Melodies," recapturing in "Princess Sabbath" the very essence of the Jewish philosophy of life, which he himself yet never followed. The portrait of "Rabbi Yehudah Halevi." likewise part of the "Hebrew Melodies," is among the best of his verse. With remarkable intuition he gave expression to the undying Jewish hope for national restoration and to the impatient ardor for the consummation of the love of the Homeland. Some have opinioned that his "Rabbi Yehudah Halevi" is a wishful self-porait. They suggest that Heine, a God-kissed poet like Rabbi Yehudah Halevi ached under the abnormality of his Jewish ambivalence and so created, out of the longing for wholeness, the ripe, mellow and harmonious portrait of Rabbi Yehudah Halevi. Heine's prediction came true MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY Our New Miami Location 1119 S. W. FIRST STREET 653 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach WUh for AU Their Paironi and Friends • HAPPY PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS THE STEINS SOL MARGERY ANN THE LONDON SHOP A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS SAM'S SEA FOOD MARKET 723 N. W. 20th Street HAPPY PASSOVER ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING-METAL WORK Gutters. Leaders, Skylights Ventilators — Boats Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 HAPPY HOLIDAYS HAVANA VIA PLANE$30 f ,u Round Trip I'* VIA SS. FLORIDA$42 J luJ Round Trip TOURS from $45 P lu %  Apgar Travel Agency 100 Blscayne Bkd. Phon. a^aes When he died, in 1856, no Kaddish was said for him. Having never formally renounced his adopted faith, he was buried as he had lived, among non-Jews. But sufferings purify—and Heine had not merely suffered beyond normal human endurance but had also repented and made amends through his "Hebrew Melodies" and his many tributes to positive Jewish values. Heine repented a life-time the hasty trip to the baptismal front. He was a Baal Teshuvah—and so, perhaps, the time has come for us to commemorate him with a Kaddish. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Everglades Laundry, INC. 2120 N. W. First Are. MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith EXODONISTS INGRAHAM BUILDING Miami, Florida HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERTS HOTEL 28 W. Flagler Street OPEN ALL YEAR HAPPY PASSOVER SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th St. General Repairing WRECKER SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT Phone 3-8749 A Moft Happy Passover Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fred and Herbert Abrami Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1665 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 Best Wishes To Our Many Friends INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building $ PHONE 82-7641 HAPPY HOLIDAYS The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FRANK STRAW Electrical Contractor 1236 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-1369 GREETINGS ON THE PASSOVER $ Kassin's Linen Shops 657 Lincoln Road 104 E. Flagler Street Raymond-Abe-Morris GREETINGS Groover's Pharmacy "GENE" E. W. GROOVER $ 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH GEORGE LANGER Owner IDE SUNGIIS Y Not Incorporated 2950 N. 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PAGE THIRTY vjmlsii fhridliair Seder Dream (Continued from Page 22) -Swine! Sup laughi news had come and throughout the world the people were rejoicing. The schools were closed, the factories and the farms were deserted, the shops and the cafes U ere empty, but in the streets the people were dancing and singing and shouting HIYA: HIYA! "It was the second day since the Day of Peace and the people of the earth were joyous. "A middle-aged man. walking stiffly and slowly, his white fedora pulled low over his forehead, his eyes bespectacled, and wearing a light-gray, checked autumn suit, went up the street in the small peasant village. "Another middle-aged man. ttout of belly and his face red with drink approached the stranger with a tall glass of foaming beei 'C 'me. my friend.* the one with the beer shouted heartily •today w." are all brothers. Ruthenia is free! Everything is free! Here, drink and be merry.' 11, put his thh k, calloused hand on the newcomer's shoulder and laughed 'ike a happy drunkard. "'The stranger took the .id drank it empty 'Down with the tyrant" he said with feigned enthu jjns.ii Hi ill | the %  %  I fesl vities Men and, ren passed I irn terthi eyi ; I•• • • i -They did I %  %  i %  '. He ine I he en iwd • %  • i r*h. The dancers stopped ana roared w th I IU [hter. "But the stranger rose to his feet swiftly and as he did so he felt tor h's glasses and hat and beard, The glasses were gone. The hat was gone. And the beard hunt limply from bis chin. "The crowd burst into still louder laughter. A pretty maiden ran forward and mischievously plueked off tin while with one sweep of hei hand she removed his disheveled toupee, The peasants' laughtei grew even more and .• as a huge, expectant cr >w ; surrounded the str "The stranger glared I crowd that had gathered to examine and mock him. His t' irp, gi ay < > os. no mger shii Idi -lense gla %  •..-. f lie I with i.lood. "A kick if black, shiny hair sl;pped back into its eusl pi i above his left eye. "He leaped forward and ing! Stop! Sti p' ••Th aughti i and the changi 'I from )o> •nnenl ind surprise Thej st. pped a few paces bade. • %  \...i ihen il ca 1 >' m %  r ,j s v < screi i rung 'Swine! These eyes filled with blood mi %  • %  t c iuragc and the men ol [n I bi iwn trembli d F i v -ice, v. io,h had i i ought with il calamitj bn I I witl ti %  'it. the boa 1. pi down his d in his eyi "A : ""' •Quick' I %  %  %  !'ul mol lawing men and women and children rushed toi irds "he r ,Vl soon then gleam, thi ir fa us ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT •i ail I wo en and children I round iind r iun I, cl i] iin HIYA! HIYA' And people ine earl iced n thi day after tneD I Peaci." TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER COLLINS GARAS|; Est 1928 24 HOUR SERVICE ONE OF THE LARGEST GENERAL REPAIR GARAGES IN THE SOUTH ALL MAKES AND MODELS PHONE 3-7308 115 S. W. 2nd St. Miaaj A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WM. a m \\< ii \m> .in REALTOR Office 48-1105 Sevilla Hotel Building 134-138 Alcazar Avenue CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA "Hand me I piece ol natz i," Grand] ii : his wif< i TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER EASTERN 30 S. W. 4th Street MIIPI'IM. LTD. Miami A HAPPY PASSOVER ALL \l IIU>\ HOTEL 1650 James Ave. Miami Bead) PHONE 5-2901 EDDIE'S 1116 15th Street HARDER SHOP Miami Beach A HAPPY PASSOVER THE ELY AGENCY INSURANCE Phone 4-6915 129 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES. FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FARREY'S, INC. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan LI'e Ine. Co. 907 Biecayne Bldg. Ph. 3-46'6 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS HARDWARE WHOLESALE RETAIL 1692 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-4621 ALTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MAI RM E II. (DWELL and Associates CONSULTING ENGINEERS Langiord Building Miami YOU CAN'l AFFORD TO DRIVE ON SMOOTH TIRES! $200 DOWN Pub a New Tire on Your Car! Balance payable SI.25 per week. USE YOUR CREDIT! fO^ 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 SEASON'S GREETINGS DALLETT'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MI aw, „ MIAMI BEACH TIRE SERVICE tj CENTER SEIBERLING/ Vv TIRES/ See your nearest Dixie Service Station today for thi* EXTRA SAVING special offer. um V WV" iois.i.wsi" CI *ii 3539 H. W. 17.MVL 1840 ALTON BD*• B Electrical Appfamres for the Home



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^wiislbJEIliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [UM£ 21—NUMBER 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS lanah Forces iture Palestine's thesf Port City Lf a — An Arab spokesman [last night that the Arabs get out of this port city, one |e richest prizes in the Holy fs civil war. eanah ,'.>rces sei7ed control fday of Haifa after heavy Kght f:j!hting which began IWcdmsday afternoon. request of the British, na h. the Jewish military issued a cease-fire order. hns handed the Arab Nail conwttee included: firmament of all Arab forces fcurreirliT of all arms. ^eduin of movement in all of Haifa with an end to ng and roadblocks, jivery ol all foreign Arab to Haganah for immedieportation. bender of all German Nazis. 14-hour curfew during which lArab disarmament will be ed out. persons to return to their pursuits, (guarantee that Arabs can on their lives and work as land equal citizens of Haifa |enjoy all municipal services. security of Haifa outside zones to be maintained aganah. vish forces in the Jerusalem this week repulsed two Arab attacks and in at | one instance sent the guer(forces reeling back. major Arab defeat came Je Poale Mizrachi settlement eve Yaacob, five miles north fcrusalem. The raid, led by | Ghoury, member of the PalArab Higher Committee, p henchman and newly-appd military commander of Jerusalem Arab forces, rein a number of casualties he Arab forces including the of one Briton and several who led the attack in a (tred Jewish armored car. M Jewish Floridian offices be closed on Friday, 30th, conclusion of the over holidays. 1 news copy for publicaw that issue must be in Advertising columns [later than Tuesday 3 p.m. LIBERATION IN PHARAOHS TIME jqif8 — PASSOVER — n tltfl S. Trusteeship Suggestions Omit Implementation Plan JKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — A fed plan designed to facilipscussion by the United Na! o f a temporary trusteeship nesting was presented TuesPy the U.S. delegation to the f al c, nmittee of the special fal Assembly session. Howtne P'an does not specify I* trusteeship decision would wlemented. [Presenting the plan. Warren 7„ n chief U.S. delegate to %  ., pointed out that its proa, e "tentative suggesT1 "' document, he said, not be regarded as a American proposal, but I as a basis for discussion. P"y. the plan provides: n e terms of trusteeship for !" ir, e should be approved F u t prejudice to the rights, or Position of the parties Pned. or to the character of J^ntual political settlement." %  ^united Nations, acting %  P lr ; e Trusteeship Council, V* the administrative auff for Palestine. It will assure the territorial integrity of Palestine against any threat of aggression, and will appoint a Governor-General in whom will be vested wide powers and who will be responsible for the maintenance of internal law and order. 3. The Governor-General will organize a volunteer force to provide for local defense. Until such time as the force shall be able to function effectively, or if subsequent to such time a situation arises with respect to which the force requires assistance, the Governor-General may call upon certain governments to assist in the defense of Palestine or in the maintenance of law and order in the country. The countries upon whom the Governor-General may call for military aid are not specified in the American plan, but it is assumed that they will be the United States, Britain and France. 4. Immigration into Palestine shall be permitted, without distinction between individuals as to religion or blood, in accordance with the absorptive capacity of Palestine as determined by the Governor-General. It shall be subject to the requirements of public order and security and of public morals and public health. 5. As a temporary measure, the immigration of a fixed number of displaced Jews on a monthly basis, for a period not to exceed two years, shall be permitted into Palestine. The number of such immigrants is to be agreed upon later. The selection and administration of the immigration of displaced Jews shall be conducted by the Governor-General in consultation with the International Refugee Organization and representatives of the communities of Palestine. 6 The Governor-General shall establish and maintain a land system appropriate tothe needs of Palestine, in which there shall be no limitation on the sale, purchase, lease or use of land which discriminates on grounds of race, nationality, community or creed. However, under the authority of the Governor-General, adequate measures shall be taken to assure protection for the interests of small owners or tenants in cases of transfer of arable or grazing lands. 7. The Governor-General shall appoint a commission of impartial experts, who shall be neither Arab nor Jew, to recommend the criteria upon which the land system described above shall be based. With regard to the length of the trusteeship period, the U.S plan provides that the U.N. trusteeship shall terminate either as soon as the General Assembly has approved a plan of government agreed to by Arabs and Jews, or after the expiration of three years if the Trusteeship Council agrees upon a plan of government which is approved by a majority of both the Arab and Jewish communities of Palestine. The approval of the inhabitants of Palestine w ould be signified in al plebiscite conducted by the Governor-General. During the trusteeship period, the Government of Palestine shall be composed of the Governor-General, a cabinet responsible to a bi-cameral legislature, the legislature, and a judiciary. Pending formation of a cabinet and legislature, the GovernorGeneral shall be assisted by an advisory council, which shall function until such time as, in the opinion of the Governor-General, the citizens of Palestine demonstrate their willingness to cooperate in a cabinet and legislature, or in any other form of government on which both the Jewish and Arab communities have agreed. The advisory council shall be composed of the permanent chiefs of the administrative departments of the government and of representative Palestinian citizens appointed by the GovernorGeneral from each community. The Governor-General would be (Continued on Page 4)



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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948 J*rt$liFk)rl(lian PAGE FIVE (omen's Conference Honors Oldest [embers; Inaugurates Annual Event Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade jity recently honored five of their members of "throe score d ten" who have devoted much of their life to religious social Jfare and civic service. Jacob Sher, president of the Greater am i Jewish Federation, presented citations of merit to Mrs lille Baum, Mrs. Joseph Bren| Jewish Women, Miami chapter uze Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Jose\ne Goldstrom and Mrs. Moses fcegtr. fhe plan was inaugurated this B with the anticipation that rill become an annual event. Irs. Baum, who has been acin social and welfare work st of her life, came to Miami in and soon after helped orthe National Childrens tdiac Home in Miami. She was (active member of the board of lectors and for many years ved as chairman of the house nmittee. A delegate to the conMice from the NCCH, she is Charter member of the Dade ipter. is on the board of trusand serves as hostess at the ne on Sunday afternoons. ring the war "Mother" Baum tked for the Red Cross and janized a service men's center [Temple Beth Sholom where is an active member on the krd of the Sisterhood. She is a member of the National ie for Jewish Children at nver, B'nai B'rith and Amerii Jewish Congress. Brenner has been active | all Jewish affairs since she ne here in 1936 from Brooklyn lere she organized a synagogue iFlatbush and received acclaim her many activities. Now horary president and chairman [the children's project for MiBeach Mizrachi, which she kresents at the conference, Mrs. pwei was re-elected president I three consecutive terms. She active in the Sisterhood of I Miami Jewish Orthodox conIgation until she moved to Mi\i Beach and changed affiliate to the Beth Jacob congregawhere for the past few years arranged the Kiddish for the Ddren who attended services [Saturdays. She is also a memof Hadassah, American JewCongress, the Hebrew acany, board of directors of Great[ Miami Jewish Women's Fedfction. and is a worker in the fctropolitan division of the Jmbined Jewish Appeal. %  Pioneer Miamian, Mrs. Cohen :ved here since she was a hde in 1901. She helped found Id served as president of Mipi section, National Council of of Hadassah, the Chessed Shel Emeth Sisterhood and Beth David Sisterhood. She has held prominent positions in the Miami Woman's club, School Improvement assn. (forerunner of the P.T.A.), Dade county Girl Scouts, Fort Dallas chapter of Eastern Star, YWCA, Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and the Southeastern Children's Home. She was active in the Civilian Defense program during the last war. Honorary president of the Miami auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, she is also its founder, a past president, and its delegate to the conference. Another long-time Miamian, Mrs. Goldstrom dates her residency from 1918. In Brooklyn she was one of the founders of the second YM & WHA in the United States and was president for ten years, among her many other activities there. She helped organize the Women's B'nai B'rith in Florida, served as president of State Federation of B'nai B'rith and as an officer of the fifth district and was elected three times to the national B'nai B'rith Women's Supreme council. Affectionately known as "Josie," Mrs. Goldstrom sold over a million dollars worth of bonds on Miami Beach during the war, for the B'nai B'rith Women's chapter which she represents at the conference. Some of her other activities are Council of Jewish Women, National Children's Cardiac Home and Greater Miami chapter of National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. One of pioneers of the Women's Suffrage movement in Pittsburgh, Mrs. Krieger has many other achievements to her credit there. One of the founders ot the Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged and first presidenl of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congres, she also became active here in Hadassah and Beth David Sisterhood, serving as president of the latter. Since returning from a year in Los Angeles where she received recgnition for her work in the Damon Runyan Cancer fund campaign, last year, Mrs. Kreiger has renewed her interest in her former activities and the Bureau year. Mrs. Charles Belanoff, ho-pitality chairman, is arranging for Passover refreshments Shown above is Jacob Sher as he presented the citations of merit to five "three-score-and-ten" memners of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade county who were honored by me conference. Left to right are: Mrs. Ceunille Baum, Mrs. Josephine Goldstrom, Sher, Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Mores Krieger. of Jewish Education, Council oi Jewish Women, American Jewish Congress. She was first president of an organization of presidents of major Jewish Women's organizations in Dade county, ; forerunner to the conference to which she is a delegate from Beth Jacob Sisterhood. A board meeting of the conference will be held April 29, Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Beach "Y" with Mrs. Anna Brenne Meyers presiding to plan future programs of the organization. Congre ss Women Elect Miami chapter, Florida Women's divis-.ion of the American Jewish Congress will hold its annual election and report meeting Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the new Miami YM & WHA. Election of officers, board members and trustees will take place and committee chairmen will report on the work of the past Teen-age Seder A teen-age Seder was conducted by the teen-age council of the Beach YM & WHA last night. Appropriate folk dancing and singing followed the ceremony. Committees in charge of arrangements for the affair were: food, Rachelle Habib, Phyllis Goldstein, Eleanore Goodman and Marsha Harris; decoration, Marvin Goodman, Sandy Margolis, Bob Somerstein; publicity, Carole Solomon, Gene Yulish, Joe Bernstein; tickets, Dolores Peckerman, Bob Somerstein; religious, Morton Smith and Herbert Buchwald. Flora II. II ickev CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 A FEW VACANCIES Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. 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PAGE FORTY-SIX Jews In Sports (Continued from Page 42) now been able to spread his wings in more urbane circles. Certainly the rise of the American JJew in college football and baseball is an index of that. In past generations the Jews could only point to Johnny Kling as their groat repfor only two seasons, then left to turn professional and has since emerged as one of the "greats" of the game. In basketball the Jew has been a pillar for years. But in contrasl consider horse racing. One >v->uld haidly venture a guess tli.it lie is quite prominent in that field it seems so far from the beaten resentative in the National Pastrflck of city j[f e 0 f w hieh the time. Today, besides Pittler, they Jew has become so much a part have such contemporary stars as Hank Greenberg, Sid Gordon. Morrie Arnovich, Guody Rosen. Al Schacht, Harry Danning. Moe Berg. Buddy Mvor, and Dolly Strak. the retired umpire. In football, likewise, he has come of age Indeed each fall tho plethora of Jewish football talent isso great that it is a simple matter for keen observers to But it goes back m my years— a? the turn of the century when a Brooklyn boy, Walter Wilier, was the most sensational jockey > I two seasons. Then cam< the Renick brothers. Sammy and Joe, and Hirsch Jacobs and Max Hirech. The latter's daug Mary, was the first woman I granted a trainer's license and has achieved consid< rabli name an ail-American team cess, too, And there havt culled from Jews alone. And the.', have gone on from college fame to pro stature—men like Luckman. Marshal] Goldberg Friedman, Al (Biggie) Sherman, Jack Grossman, and many others Unquestionably the most imsuch fanciers as the G Louis B. Mayer of H fame. John D. Her:.-. Le i Marks. Isidore Beiber, Lee K isen and a host of .'hers. There are other sports be delve. i into for their .'. v • k has become thi 'capital : the thi tiling cage game, and the %  ne : this I ictivity : Jewish si What would N V V. this nd lost, have amounted to withr's le; ling t am n .. s wi i D n F ..•• and Adolph ts tv ;-. incipal scorers? O: si l-besl City C Hi ge N. i York achi d by Nat HolA ith ut the Malamed brothers, Irv V". nsi n A: :\ • %  alf-a-d • Jewish boys* Sin ther si I and past ... se becom< ne ol tht p liars of the newly-arisen professional I V. A Y • k } % % %  rs all v 'b > s The no 1 • M; x cy, a Brownsville I ict %  • St. J n's in H.l.2*VL LINOLEUM. ASPHALT & RUBBER TILE GREETINGS HARMON, INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blua Prints—Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St PHONE 3-5777 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Serrice THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH Frist National Bank Bldq. MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. 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PAGE EIGHT • Jelsl>HcrkSlar Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Weinstein of Philadelphia are honeymooning at the Ritz Plaza hotel following their wedding Sunday. They are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Denner, operators of the Carlton hotel, Miami Beach. When they return the Weinsteins will reside in Philadelphia where he is engaged in business. Mrs. Freda Shifman of 245 9th St., Miami Beach, was called to New Castle, Pa., because of the sudden illness an ddeath of her mother. Mrs. Fanny Shifman. She is expected back this week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be hosts to a family reunion at a first seder tonight in their home. Guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Asch who are winter residents at Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. John Asch of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Asch, Boston; Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg, Durham, N. C; Mrs. Clara Fitch of Omaha; and Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Pincus Scheinberg and daughter, Miriam, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scher and sons Stanley and Fred, all of Miami. Walter A. Afelbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum of 1411 S.W. 16th St. returned to the University of Florida Sunday after a brief holiday with his parents. A freshman at the university where he is affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, Apfelbaum was recently named for Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic society. # -* Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Binder left yesterday for a six-week trip to New York and vicinity. While there Binder will contact booking agencies in search for talent for next year's anticipated Town Hall lecture forum. + A son, Dennis Leonard, was born on April 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, formerly of Miami Beach now residing in Tampa. Mrs. M.riam Hayes, Miami Beach, is paternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper were hosts Sunday evening at a buffet supper given in honor of Mrs. Pepper's sisters, Mrs. Abe Goldstein of Charlotte, N. C, Mrs. Sam Golub and Mrs. Dorothy Williams of New York. Also Mrs. Max Cohen and Miss Lottie Cohen of Spartanburg, S. C. Manfred Pepper was also present with his fiance. Miss Mildred Kessier. Mr. and Mrs. O. Leb of 1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, announced the birth of a grandson, Stephen Marc, at an open house Saturday afternoon in their home. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leb of St. Louis, Missouri, where Mr. Leb is a medical student. A son, David Irvin, was bom to Dr. and Mrs. C. Leon Shalloway, April 16, on the tamers birthday. Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, entertained approximately 75 guests in honor of the occasion the following Friday night. The bris took place at the parents' home, 715 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, with Rabbi S. M.'Machtei officiating. Rabbi Charles B. Halberstan named the baby. Phil Horwitz was Sandek and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir were Godparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Danbaum are back from their honeymoon at the Waldorf in New York and have planned a reception in the Gulfstream room of the Versailles hotel, Miami Beach for May 2. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldman, 934 79th Ter., Miami Beach announce the birth of a son, Daniel Jeff, on March 29 at St! Francis hospital. Miss Zimmerman Reveals Troth Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman, of 2547 S.W. 14th St., announce the engagement of their daughter. Shirlee, to Sam Newman, son of Mrs. Molly Newman of Camden. New Jersey. The bride-elect graduated school in Brooklyn, New York. MIM Gloria Farka* Heads Landau Group Miss Gloria Farkas of 337 28th St., Miami Beach has been elected president of the Clara Hirsch Landau chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women. Chosen to serve with Miss Farkas for the year 1948-49 are: Shirley Collegeman. vice president; Josephine Zinner, recording secretary; Hclene Milbauer, treasurer: Sheila Wallman, corresponding secretary; Annette Wallman. reporter. Plans are being readied for a candle-light installation ceremony to bo held Monday. May 10th. at the Tmcadero Restaurant at which time the group will sponsor a mother-daughter evening in honor of Mother's Day. Chown to "P^wt^?, at the B'nai BTithYou,,^ 1 en's convention in early in June wore Miss pT' Miss Collegeman (past D ru and Miss Zinner. ** WE SPECIALIZE j CUSTOM FLOORS Asphalt Tile %  Rubber la, Broadfelt • Linoleum Call UB for Free Estimate SUPEKioi FLO OK en 220 N.E. 14th St. |d PHONE 82-4042 Miss Zimmerman She is a member of the Rose Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. Mr. Newman served in the AAF for 5 years during which time he spent 3 years in the European theater. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN *Jmist fhrktian The Wandering Jew 99 By DR TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN I first rned ut the '•'•'. when I c.rv.rli.r.ji :. rr.v '.'.::•: :'-:-.: • wasn't lucky with my :'..;-: and Qower r Win," be said, thafi what you are up ; %  • u want U gn w things : %  • "' apartrr.er.:. Why Jon'1 you try I few poti I *Wandering Jew*?" "Wandering Jew? What's that?" I aski "You're some horticulturist h of the Wandering Jew." the stand-by i U wind w-sill ;;::Tnrr-." my florist hi jovial N : at that plant and h point* i a: a trailing sort f ivy "ifs a!' and at n :• could wish for '.: requires DO care at all— if .-:.-:. ::'s OK U: And -:. i m 1 any sun-light i It grows %  tter h w ; u ~and abusi I There's not ana like the Wandi Jew* for ss. It th: ives and pr eonditi as I I w ..' I k ny the: plant e\ cactus rake my i ri get pie f i : regrel : are >nlj twentyits." And s I wught three Wandering; That it Sine* then I spent a nice i irs on rr %  ry—after s fi 5 1 fancy plants and a mu s in g ves tqp rhey aren't i ::.-. stuff : get dong n the w ind a city apartment 7. ns lanted from their oajust the plant vit i rtra i i provi l< i for re still %  ist kept rowing tho* W c 1 To be precise, t r 7* in* son ; •' Planti %  ~ %  "'• %  %  wn la -i TH wever I I %  "%  %  %  • are jtnf plani dering Jews Whenever II k at the "Wandering Jews" my heart is eased The; svmb : I Ox Eternal Jew—wande: og the earth for t I ght and runs* %  %  : : n '• %  ly and soul t g< >ret thriving p: wpering [ wing and : look a: my War iei ng ; c r-s : -•|. as I t I see general] ns sf Jews—] r : surv v rs f the N within a few short months the I tion. I in condu %  Is and print ng their wn %  a their comic rl I •' I look a: my "Wandering Jews" MI ad • %  -silj and the r Ji surv v d ; %  • very simp! I pick irdy trailing branch of ...... g:cal essays 1 ./..:: They arc ves and are s • : I'll have t their ted into I Fust 1 • :. :• .-: •:.-. % %  .:':'. I didl I anj • %  • ns and put t 1 v the darkest I the n't wat them fo: a bit Thi %  •• .-. rhe Strati gy f J ght The "Wandering Jews" m my wind w-sill s'e pr sr. th ut plani vitamins and en%  % %  while my ther \ tits ar ailing ss of h % % % % %  much plant vit as em md sunsh Can .: I that I .. ve ,.-. ; • %  : i J e ^-:;h survival strength and itamina in th r.i in te of :: all? As I look a: the "W n I Jews o my window-sil] I fee] I ti IN FLORIDA ARE LOCATED IN MIAMI. MIAMI BEACH, HOLLYWOOD. FT. LAUDERDALE. WEST PALM BEACH AND DAYTONA BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL >. SIU.I I STAB PRODUCE RECEIVER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF FRUIT AND PRODUCE CARLOAD LOT ONLY Phone 3-5340 MIAMI BEACH Setter Clata LMJltfi On Ocenro-t Propertiee. Hotels, Homes or Inveetmentt B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Pnone S-&86S "Truetworthy Service" A Most Happy Passover To All Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP' POR 20 YEARS IN MIAMI Ace Contractors 6, Builders Inc. FLOOR SANDING 2*31 N. W. 5"lt St. Prone 7-3M* PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER G R E E T I N G S CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches 2Ei\H2n^J GREETINGS CEMENT BLOCK I.MM vriuis CERTIFIED CEMENT BLOCKS •• %  l Immediate Delivery 5050 S. W. 741h AVE. p H0 „ E PASSOVER GREETINGS BERICK AND SHAPIRO MORRIS BERICK HERBERT SHAPIRO BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER B?a<*h Glass & Mirror Co. 2600 N. W. 36th Street p hone ,. EVERY TYPE OF GLASS and GLASS SERVICE PASSOVER GREETINGS NATHANIEL J. Kl I i\ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER EUGENE J. WEISS AND FAMILY ACCOUNTANT PASSOVER GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors 1345 20th Street Miami Beach, ft FOUNDATIONS DOCKS CVN-TING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STER GREETINGS FROM THE LEAR SCHOOL Grades: Kindergarten thru 12th Mornings: Academic Instruction Afternoons: Music. Dramatics and Swimming LARGE PRIVATE POOL ON PREMISES 1010 West Ave. Phone 5-OW LILLIAN DURRANI'S Hat Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 5-7527 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PARK MADISOX STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 205-07 Lincoln Bldg. 350 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5260 Miami Beach, Florida OILS — FRAMES — MINIATURES CASEY PIANO CO. AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS 2242 S.W. 8th St Miami. Fla. A HAPPY PASSOVER •J. F. MeGILVARV "JIMMY" Your Patronage Appreciated NOW 24-HOUR SERVICE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS DEAUVILLE SERVICE STATION 6348 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 6-9156 BEST WISHES FOR \ HAPPY PASSOVER Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER SEA BAY CORPORATION Harbor Island 79th St. Causeway MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ACME CONCRETE CORPORATION "Septic Tank Specialists" SANITARY CLEANING FREE INSPECTIONS 5500 N.W. 37th Avenue Phone 88-1615 ~mmm



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PAGE TWO JNWA To Hear Schlossberg At Third Sedar Annual third seder of the ish N v will be he'.a u Sunday evening. 8 p.m. in the E M Beach, sponsored by the Bialick and Ben Gurion Joseph Schlossberg. of the N'a:. r..'. L for Pali it m • speaker for the evening. Cat singer, will conduct the se. Rabb: Max Shapiro %  C gation Beth David will be man and I evening Services from the Hagaddah will be entirely in v performed by men INWA General secretary-tn the Ang '•'•' leers of America for m quarter of a century, Sen] ssberg was a delegate to the Congress of the I nternational Clot h i .-. g Federation held at Copenhagen in 1920. Prominent ir. th< I N .'. nmittei Palest 1923. the World Cong:;. .-.eld in Berlin in 1930. %  in :934. A u. '.• n ".-. Jo lottberg rticles %  _" ; •..-> and His I r -.. intmi nt M La• f Highei E 1940: ai for C r.z a Mar. t in 193 a the Labor party ti Cant V an R C A V • %  it is also ?r:t:c of the Jew:.-.nd a ecturer on Jewish folk and Palestin The can;: past pres:dent of the Can' : C'-.T.ada. CO*DM/VS All The Latest It I C OIt I s Also I E WIS II & II l II It I \\ RECORDINGS GWDWS 1224 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Miss Dorothy Golden Heads Hono Society Miss Dor tl Golden, da.. :' Mr and Mrs Edward Golden :' 1040 S.W. 6th St was recently elected president of Sandals Honorary Leadership societ Duke university wh freshman The .ciety is dedicated on cam:. I the premises of scholarship, character, leadership .ce. JSSBNeedT Substitute Mothers Service Bureau v bor of love and be paid -. %  Director r.eeds i and It Dducting hoi life and t were your own iisorulting ther in • I Our i be ready : step into circle good %  to be one v & and :: h I i way : life T::r jgh ..ce as a subsl the bureau flaring her ..quiring ": other i experience sul Hitute mother plan. Any pers r. interested, is I the Jewish Social S< vice Bureau (phone 3-5377 ;.nd arrange for an interview. Fashion Fantasle Re-Scheduled Jun:or Hadassah's Fashion Fan, n d dance, originally scheduled for last weekend but postponed due to inclement weather. re held this Sunday. April 25. Planned for the outdoor patio of the International Cabana club. 4323 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. arrangements are being made to i prevent a repetition of last week's disappointment by providing an indoor quarters, acog | Miss Lillian Aronson. '. the affair. The various members of the ring group will model :-. ? clothes around the dial. lounging pajamas to evening clothes. Temple Youth Dance First annual spring dance presented by the Temple Israel youth group May 1 at 8 p.m. Arrangements have been made for an orchestra, entertainments, refreshments and prizes. Tickets are S 75 -stag" and $1.00 "drag." £55*1*5^9, Kadimah Party Kadiman cnapter. Pioneer Women's organization, will sor a games party at the L rd Tarleton hotel. April 27 at 8:30 The public is invited to attend free of charge. For real Holiday Enjoyment! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOHS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal. Cake Meal. Efl Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! Visual Conversation For Children Emphasized emphasis upon visual conservation for school children is to result from the ar.iual South" rn Educational Congress of Optometry at Charlotte. N. C Monday. Tuesday and Wednes( this week, revealed Dr Charles Beckwitt, Miami, who represented the Southeast Florida Optometric Association at the ence. Dr. Beckwitt reported the theme of the convention ed conservation of vision and visual education, especially among children. In his report to the SFOA. Dr Beckwitt stated that "to teach people to see better than they do is the effort currently being d in the scientific program of the optometric profession." Harry Gordon of the Gordon Funeral Home Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support oi Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS. INC 690 N. W. 13th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-7405 JOS. L doe) PLUMMER Member Board of Public Instruction Dade County DISTRICT No. FOUR A Sacctulal Busintumaa lot AdminUltalica of Sciool Batmu "I think that he it eminently Tumlified for thu position *nd will gi„. Dade County • f., superior *dministrtk>n than hreofore." 1 Political AHv "FLYING ANTS,, ^ TERMITES PROTECT TOUR PROHTT WITH OUR BONDED F. H. A. TERMS CALL US TODAV iKHMCtiant end tinta**, Wilfct Oel^ohoM •ATS • ROACHES • ANTJ 449 W. FLAQLER Phone >.n 123 22nd S'REET Phone 5-i528 Miami Bei:n Since ORKIN 1901 COMPLETE PESTCONTtd For a Sober, Dignr&d Administration end a Su^ erintendent oi whom yoi can be proud ELECT HORACE F. MITCHELL SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DADE COUNTY A Vote lor MITCHELL Is a Vote for BETTER SCHOOLS CO-*' l*C* 4 f&* *.•<•" \t\#



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JIDAY. APRIL 23. 1948 PESACH: Past, Present and Future +Jenisti fhridlian PAGE FORTY-FIVE (Continued from Page 33) iwish group of this type conjed to exist for many years, spite persecution and pogroms hir h persisted in the present btury. Long before Passover g-in. these Jews were busily ocpied baking not only the ordi,. matzos but also a special jr i known as "matzo shmuro." the Hebrew words indicate, matZO was watched carefully made with metaculous i.ttenjcr. A trained "mashgiach" or p. rvisor observed every step in %  process to see to it that every ssible religious demand was H >wed to the letter of the law t the same time, collections fere made for the poor to enable .en to obtain matzo for the tssover holidays. Funds colCted became known as Mo-osii n. or money to get matzo. Inaily, as the first day of Passipproached, Jews prepared unities for the coming holiCleanliness became the ord. Dishes used during %  st of the year were set aside der to be replaced by those • %  nly during the Passover : On the night of Passover • e was a meal with matzos, i. i ups of wine and, together it:i ,uch food and drink, maror t .orseradish to symbolize the Itterness of slavery. Then folwed t!ie recital of the story of Exodus as narrated in the .ii. the book used during -ever evening service. The ,il was closed with the eating I a piece of matzo known as the ai.k'imen." These customs were brought ter to America by many of these ewa who came here as immints. To this day, Jews in the I'I ted States observe Passover jr. .;>proximately this manner. It a them primarily a family east. Several generations, includ*II grandfather, his son and ichild, may be found the same table. The PASSOVER GREETINGS T„ our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SJ. 57 Washington Ave. Realtor BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER SHAW BROS OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure Oil Company Products in SouthEastern Florida PHONE 2-1741 3033 N. N N. RIVER DRIVE MIAMI. FLA. I youngest of the family begins *y asking the "four questions' and the reply received includes the recital of events related in the Hagadah.* Finally, the evening service ends with the expression In Hebrew of the time-honori-c' wish that the next annual ceremony of such nature shall be spent in Jerusalem. Such is Passover, past and pres ent. What is likely to be the Passover of the future for Jewry throughout the world? If the past is any indication—and i' is frequently regarded in this light— of what is to happen in the future, then we may expect Jews to continue to celebrate Passover as a national holiday, one that reminds them of thei: liberation from slavery. The manner of celebration may also be expected to following tradition establisned ir. the past. The Jew has, for thousands of years, observed certain practices. The approach of the middle of the 20th century is not likely to divert him from customs thit have become a part of traditional Jewish life. This year, however, when the Jew celebrates his Passover, he will note a new national life. The words of tne Jewish national anthem, "Our hope has not yet been lost, the ancient hope of returning to the land of our fathers," have gained new meaning. Henceforth, when the Jew celebrates his Pajsover holiday, he Will, as he should, think of helping his fellow-Jews to have and to hold Palestine. Those actively participating in the rebuilding of the Jewish homeland v/ill seek to get their Jewish brethren throughout the world to contribute the product of their minds and their money to the rebirth and regeneration of the Jewish nation. And finally, the Jew. as he expressed on Passovei eve the wish of "Next year in Jerusalem", Will deplore the fact th?t Jerusalem has not been made an integral part of the new Jewish state and will sincerely h.ipe to see Jerusalem added to the Jewish state in the near future In any case, Passover wil 1 continue to be one of the great bonds of Jewish tradition, uniting families among the far-strewn elements o r world Jewry th.ough observance of this festival of freedom. GREETINGS JACK T. SCANLAN CONCRETE MASONRY CONTRACTORS 1647 N.W. 7th Court 9-1297 901 N.E. 2nd Avenue 9-7902 HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. Ill It\S & NO\ JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154 Phone 5-6218 — Nile 9-2080 I. TOBY. Pret. TOBY ELECTRIC, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LICENSED, BONDED AND INSURED 229 231 8th Street Miami Beach. Fla. GREETINGS... PASSOVER GREETINGS i Speseo Wholesale Hardware Co. 1744 N. W. First Avenue TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PETE'S BAR The Finest Cocktails On Miami Beach — also — BEER and WINES 1137 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-9544 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL It. H. Shad flick REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 GREETINGS FROM IRVING Wl IMtllU. Senate—Beacon—Lincoln Center—El Paso— Coral Reef Hotels A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ii ii i: %s Women's Apparel Shop 911 41st Street Miami Beach TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ROSE PAINTING CO. "Where the Promise Is Performed" 1675 Alton Road P ho 58-1974 French Benzol Cleaners & Laundry, Inc. 99 S. W. 7th Street Phone 2-5901 OUR SUB-AGENCIES COMPANY OWNED AND OPERATED GREETINGS HANNAU PHOTO STUDIOS OF FINE PORTRAITURE 60S LINCOLN RD. BLDG.. SUITE 606 MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3221 GREETINGS HOSACK ELECTRIC CO, WIRING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION APPLIANCE REPAIRING 624 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-6831 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL CAUSEWAY CARPET, INC. CARPET LINOLEUM ASPHALT & RUBBER TILE 1308 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-4840 MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE COLUMBIA BAKIWC COMPANY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL H. L. HICKS PLUMBING CO. CALL 9-7770 CONTRACTING AND REPAIRS 760 N. W. 21st Terrace GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer III SKIMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle CORAL GABLES" Phone 48-6591 PASSOVER GREETINGS MELODY COFFEE SHOP COURTEOUS SERVICE SANDWICHES — LUNCHES 31 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami Telephone 89-2207 C. E. (MACK) MeEWEN PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRS — DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 329 N. W. 58th St. Miami 37. Florida HAPPY PASSOVER Interstate Marble & Tile Co. ESTIMATES AND PROMPT SERVICE BATHROOM — KITCHEN — FLOOR TILE 4000 N. Miami Ave. Phone 78 2 571 %  1 %  %  [ 1



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PAGE THIRTY-TWO +Jen1stncrMton !" E^APRIL23 Political Roundup Climaxing a week of intensive campaigning in Dade county rural areas. Attorney Roland R. Sweet, candidate for the county commission from district one. issued twin promises to "throw current county zoning and garbage laws into the ashcan—where they belong" and to "correct Crandon park's confused financial affairs." The former assistant count; licitor declared he would "strenuously oppose the county mission's plan to spend some S8.000.000 to "fill in and bulkhead surrounding swampy Ian I erect an 18-hole golf two yacht harbors—ultra and wholly unnecessary facilities which only five percent of the county's population could to use." %  %  Right now." Swei I "Crandon park has every I needed for the enjoymi n1 vast majority of the pi some not needed, including a-year cabanas which are "way out of most Dade countians' reach." "If elected to thi I will concentrate my i (i rts wards helping the small bus %  ly tht vi u i an," Sv t el a ted. not going t i tors • %  wet k Jr. : a pi ri-up the nty. Palmer, a bus m -• lience that "ii nt people—people like Henry Tuttle, Carl Fisher and Ev Sewell—who built Dade ide it whal I I ind hood"The only people thi ind corruption I '.:.-•ind thi %  ind ti :down.' II veteran who i fi >m a pioneer Dade family. Palmer sai i it "w .. a lifl kind of publi. tj kind we are setting n //" that put over Dade county as a va resort. Norman R Lyons, Di candidate for rep ire in the state ip No 1, from Dade COU1 his headquarti rs, >28 Bi Blvd.. that ho stantial r< vis on W i men's Compensati in Law. "As the law now %  man u own, is prevented I due to an injury incurred while %  gel pens.,' %  of suppoi I written w articK %  \ i s an • nt to %  relatively %  ep him going luring thi ility, but tracted ] tart I i evi ry ::.ib!e pi just to exist Ly ins at he fa\ %  an upwai d revision I thi f I I to the worl man uring the period of lislity. Fuller Warren, a West Florida farm boy who became a two4erm stat. legislator and a sucnville attorney, asl toi a la, with no special favors 1 '" %  t0 the n,,do county. T' idlMU Warren told a B ach's Fla"The la : iurist trade helps ,ast citrus in oun North and V. I • ,bacl • west Florida an •„•: %  to t le pel iltural inl I %  whole tai FRAN'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE EXTENDS 5SOVER GREETINGS 20 S. W. 17th Avenue BEER and WINE NEVER A DULL MOMENT" TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I ICI %  HART 2665 Coral Way Phone 48-2172 GREETINGS SALES R Q^ | PROPERTY MAwgL APPRAISALS*** Louis S. EihJ "* ttT0 %  1709 Ponce deL*,^ Telephone 4-1697 ACE RUG < M; Wins 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone ^ RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING HAPPY PASSOVER WARREN SUPPLY ROCK LATH — NAILS REINFORCING MATERIALS — BUILDING SUPPLBJ Phones* I 60 N.E. 23rd Street TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER Livesaj Window Co.. Inc. Pn cast C -eh %  %  3044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS PAUL A. MICKLER JOHN" A. LYDEN Mil KEEH AND LYDEN REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phone 4-6417 1202 Ponce De LeonBh(| CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA LVOII I h'rll-M I O. 221 Seventh Street Miami Beach Phone 5-3668 SINCERE WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER II. EARNEST OYEHM ItlKT AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MARSH I l Hi IIH CO. Elect I intractor All types oj 3030 Coral Day Ph. 48-6426 GREETINGS SI7TTOB7 JEWELRY CO. Successor to Whaler's MIAMI'S OLDEST JEWELRY STORE 72 W. Flagler St. — Opposite Courthouse Established in 1887 p n 2 5996 Aqui se Habla Espanol W. A. (BILL) ^TF^OKK FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR GREETINGS SCHNEIDER DYNAMITE and MACHINERY Company 990 N. W. N. River Drive Phones 2-1315 & 4-3265 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WANT TO BUY A BUSINESS? Call 82-3461 The Finest in Business Opportunities SUPREME ENTERPRISES 1867 W. Flagler St. Irene Rich Church. Owner TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER CHRYSLER ^AIRTEMP WINTERS BECKER CORPORATION Air Conditioning Yontilatiei Heating MIAMI. FLORIDA 300 N. E. 71st Street Telephone 7-6559 Paid Political Adv. To all A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PRO TECT U Jalousie Corporation 4525 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE 48-1170 CORAL GABLES



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VAGE FOUR *Jenitf fhrAMar SSSLS^l EDITORIAL liberation Ever, as Moses standing on Mount Nebo sew the Promisee Land which he was not permitted to enter, so today the displaced Jews of the world have seen the vision of a new State in Palestine, but have not yet witnessed its recl.zaticn. The age-old story which we retell at the Seder table strangely paxcdlels the trials end %  ufiaringa :: tboM who nave H M t i S sd the Nazi terror -r. Europe. Ever, as our foretamers wandered in the desert lot forty years, the DRs of our tirr.e have spent almost forty noatha smce the end ::' the wax .:. Ih wrfldWttUM oi doubl and despair. The United lewiefa Appeal is American lewiy i xnewet to the needs of the Jews of the %  rorla. .'• if ova answer :o the call oi those who build and defend the Jewish bomsland in Palestine to these in Europe who ere waiting theh turn for admission :o :ne United States, Palestine, cr.o other kmds and to those who are rebuilding their lives in their European homelands. This years campaign at the "JJA has set as its minimum goal £i:l III III me largest amount ever sought by a voluntary relief cgency in the U.S. This is much more than an extraordinary effort to provide relief and charity. I: is a campaign to build a oew and secure future for the Jewish people :t the world. UJA funds this year will be used to strenathen and secure the foundation of the new Jewish state. They will re used to take care of 75,000 imaing 24.000 orphaned children. KICKING IT AROUND who will arrive in Palestine during 1948. They will be used to purchase and improve land for I.S. Suggests TrustM Flans settlement They will be used to aid tk. of the Jewish state. ** **J Through the Joint Distribution Comfunds of the United Jewish Appeal 3"^*l quarter million Jews in DP camps to themselves for better lives in new ho They wJl be given the food and slo&T'l need, the training and spiritual guidon 1 require to build secure futures for themspl? 1 830.000 Jews in the countries of Ecstern F ^ the JDC meani support and assistance din*!?' critical period of economic and social c wL' brings them an opportunity to re-establish?) selves as independent. self-reliant meow! society. ^*W To those who seek haven in our own*, try. the United Service for New American ported by UJA funds, arts as a guide andW during the difficult days after arrival £ Service stands by the refugees until than! ready to resume independent lives, and 1 their own contributions toward a OTOWHTV. America. !" The UJA depends on the Jews of n to provide the funds needed for the work three constituent agencies—the United Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee a, United Service for New Americans. Withoe; full support, these agencies cannot function, At this Passover season, when we cshJ the deliverance of our people over three tW years ago, we have an opportunity to contS to their new struggle for freedom and M. Their struggle is ours, for as long as Jewish &Z and oppression exist on the face of the <1 none of us can long be secure. : Congress Ladies Present Slate the :•: rteguiar meeting Reception Tendered Dr. Chaim Tchernowitz A farewell party and reception, e tendered Wednesday evej Ding in the Grossinger-Pancoast tel t r Dr, Chaim Tchernowitz, Bid Monday, April juished scholar and only the -Wise Men of. Local friends of Dr. %  •" % %  Trusteeship C -:..-. and : i: Chapter .Florida Women'i rican Jewish Consld Monday, April oi 1^0 pan. m the Muur ror of -' %  -•-. 1536 Bay Road, gdesss. U "%  ...--.r.,.^_ with ::.-i. CiarenrP r-,r,r, !" ^; Tcnerr. .witl Mrs. Samuel Lipton. is as follows: honorary president. Mrs K.-ieger; president. Mrs %  :& Ghckman: vice presidents. Mrs. Benjamin Feld. Mrs John Soifer. Mrs. William Loeb. Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and Mrs Saul Braida: treasurer. Mrs. A Les'Pr <;•„„„-• J : "*"*. nas announced oes.er b.epner. recording secrethat reservations will close April j -Gen'•"-"• Mrs. Clarence Conn, presilent, presiding. The agenda will staff include annual reports by the *' %  ': %  .-Geneommittee chairmen, and' the U be indielecti Q of officers for 1 r.g year. I the legSlate to be presented bv the %  a -"res, comitizens 25 --or older, elected ..all be a geo5 .. %  com.-. citin equal nu :' thi The : %  rn I I th h i be "..-. TheG vernor-General may at any ti lature He may d.sapprove a bill introduced in the legislature. He may issue his own orders which shall become law when the legislature is suspended. He, or a person designated by him, shall preside over the Senate and shall cast a deciding v te in the event of a tie. He would also have the power of pardun and reprieve. If. in the opinion of the Governor-General, the administration of Palestine is being seriously obstructed by non-cooperation or Interference on the part of persons or groups in Palestine, the Governor-General during the period of such an emergency can take such measures and enact byorder such legislation as he may deem necessary to cope with the situation. Such orders will supersede all legislation to the contary. As the representative of the UN. in Palestine, the GovernorGeneral is authorized to conduct the external affairs of the country and may sign treaties on behalf of Palestine. He is also responsible for the organization of local governments in Palestine with a view toward encouraging maximum cooperation between Jews and Arabs. Local autonomous units are to enjoy wide powers of government and administration in accordance with Palestine laws. have been invited ttend the affair in his h~nor which begins at 8 30 p.m. Denver Home Announces Installation Luncheon dren at Denver will hold its annual installation luncheon Tuesj day. May 4 at noon in the Shelj borne hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs M B. Ross will install the new sfficers. Mrs. John Feller, chairman for' the afternoon, has announced 30. Those contemplating attendance are advised to call Mrs Mel Crane at 9-6794. A program has been arranged. tary. Mrs. Frederick Grossberg: financial secretaries. Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum and Mrs. Lillian Swift; corresponding secretaries Mrs. Herbert Glickman. Mrs I-win Teplis and Mrs. Murray Maurer: auditor. Mrs. Harry Koretsky. Board of directors includes: Mr. ',.,ei, M „ r _• Wing a third seder Sunday at 30 p.m. in their lyceum. 1545 ; .• ; S.W 3rd St The program will l-nc.ude reading of the modem' Hagaddah. Reservations for the affair are M rris Jacobs Workmen Circle Seder Workmen circle, branch 699 of ; Miami, and the women's club are Third Seder At II i I lei House Hillel foundation at the University of Miami is holding a third Passover seder Wednesday evening. 6 p m., sponsored by all the B'nai B'nth lodges of Greater Miami, according to an announcement by Rabbi Albert Michels. director of Hillel. Emma Lazarus chapter has made it possible for 10 Jewish patients of Pratt General hospital to attend the event. The program includes a traditional seder with student participation, a Passover dance pageant and puppet show. Elya Ben Hur is in charge of the program and Marion Cohen will lead in community singing. A silver loving cup has been donated by the Richter family of Miami in honor of Robert Riehter who was killed in action during World War II. The cup will be awarded to the Jewish organization who presents the most original set of costumes in keeping with the spirit of the holiday. Attendance is limited to students of the university. Center Sedorin Over 200 people are anticipaj both Friday and Saturday i^J to attend the sedo.-im of Mia Beach Jewish Community Caa sponsored by the Sisterhood j the congregation. Rabbi Irrai Lehrman will conduct serrinassisled by Cantor Jacob Y. 0#] ring. Mrs. Ira Walsey. SJKIW president, is in charge ofamnKments. JWV Brown Post Norman Bruce Brown pott fa 174, of the Jewish War Veteran, will meet Monday at the Workmen's circle lyceum. 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Principal discussion %  the agenda is the current blood bank program of the poll %  v.V %  : to Mrs. .. n. a; 3-2657. -1. man. Mrs. ReBir.a SVh. l!tz .. J"S £• I.JESSm. Mr. A' Urn t>ul. di/Kr. jgi-?T* Tohn J S. Sa. L ~ n rt K!mba M: I Aged Auxiliary Meeting Miami ladies auxiliary to the ; Jewish Home for the Aged will „ hold their regular meeting Tueiday'.April 27 at 1p.m. in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 SW. i7 th Ave R/ {r 4_' ments will be served. Temple Ladles Install May 3 Installation luncheon for Tern-' Pe Israel Sisterhood will take Place Monday. May 3 at the Beth' A R Ch r h0te1 Mia Beach. According to Mrs. Isaac Levin, newly elected president of the group, the afternoon is to Da/theme. Ut ** 3 Mother>s Mrs. Elry Stone. Mrs. H. B. Jaeob Election Annual election of Beth Jacob congregation will take place at the synagogue Sunday at 8 p.m Members are urged to be present. ... stung, Mfs Jj Reports of the various comand\W &i,C lman Zwit "an mittee. and the year's activitv c haBP of ^ Singer are of the synagogue will be renaervfLn. arran 8 ef nenU. Re. dered i£n o m .'. y 5? made by call David Sisterhood Plans Annual Donor Luncheon Annual donors luncheon for the Beth David Sisterhood will be held May 12 in the Bay room of the McAllister hotel at 12:30 p.m. Suzi Belle will be presented in "Children's Fashions of Today," featuring mother and daughter outfits. Models participating are children of Beth David members, including Sandra Atkins. Elaine August, Sharon Badanes, Toby May Bermann, Bobby Bermann, Helen Goldstein, Joan Pearlstein, Jane Safer, Ruth Spirer, Robert Stepkm and Ruth Stiebel. Reservations may be made by 3-0837. or Mrs. Ben Hertz, 9-4075 Labor Zionists Form Conneil A Labor Zionist council ti| Greater Miami was organ Tuesday, April 13 for the variosj local Zionist groups. Represent-! ed at the council meeting e| the Jewish National Workers Alliance, Bialick and Ben GunS branches; Pioneer Women, cb* I and II and the Kadimah chBr ter; Poale Zion; Haborum; ss}| Hashomer Hatsair. According to I. S. Shape* j temporary chairman, the eosfl has been organized to further Hi] work of the various labor Zk*f j groups and integrate their p [ grams and projects into a cs moft goal. Mrs. Harold G. Shaj* j will serve as secretary. I tot Mrs. SteUa Han'u^,Lo563. Sigma Rho of AZA Holds May Day Jamboree Sigma Rho chapter of AZA is presenting its first annual May "ay jamboree and dance at the new Mian,; YM L WHA Saturday, May l, at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from or y a t m fK mbe / f the organization or at the door the night of the dance Other informaUon is diZZ. t 0 M *•*". p'--vim PuMlahcd *vry Friday ^"^L Th Jewish Floridlm t %  %? th Strwt. Miami U. Flo"M tarad aa aacand-claa* matter J7 1W0. at the Pom Offiea of *"" Fl.. undtr tha Act o Marc" !S Tha Jawlah Fiondian haa iP^J *>• Jawiah Unity and tha TT Waakly. Mambar of tht M'KjZ, I rPhJi Afancy. van ArU "JJJ yndicata. Woridwida Newt F3 National Editorial Aaaociat.o"; "J, ear. Aaaociation t ?t*"JM Nawaaaparo. Flarida Praai AaaaeU"SUSSCHIPTION "ATtS: Ona Vaar B Tw a Vaara m Z ^ FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pullm T.lephood* MUl-Jf 11 OFFICE and PLA1" 120 N. E. Sixth Street^ Volume 21 Numb* FRIDAY, APRIL 23. 1 NISAN H. 5708



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)AY, APRIL 23, 1948 *Je*ist> rhridUari PAGE THREE Irandeis Camp >inmittee [eets Tuesday tabbi Leon Kronish, chairman the Brandeis Camp Institute holarship Committee of the onist Youth Commission, anlunced that the committee will let with persons who desire to tome applicants for Brandeis Institute, on Tuesday, U 27th at 8 p.m. at Temple Lth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., |ani Beach. %  Former campers who have been vited to De present at this petinK and who will tell their •periences at Brandeis Camp Ititute are: Toby Cooper, friam Brauner, Selma Lewis, l u l Genet, Beverly Raphael, Why Sussman, Charles Freelid, Mrs. Alfred Karg. Persons interested in attending fandeis Camp Institute need not affiliated with any Zionist kuth Group, Rabbi Kornish ades. The important quality is desire to serve the Jewish ople. A vibrant personality, friamic leadership qualities, upled with an interest in Jewcommunity life and current (fairs are the necessary possespns required of a Brandeis Camp btitute candidate. The age Inge of candidates is 18-25 bars. The Brandeis Camp Institute cholarship Committee, who will fcview applications are Rabbi eon Kronish, chairman; Dr. E. Edelman, Mrs. H. C. Moser, lurray Goodman, Mrs. Jandon chwarz and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. eadline for applications is April ML Beach Elks Women Install Mrs. Freeman fallned Middle-Aged Woman Fishes to share her lovely horn Ifith Congenial middle-aged couble. All home privileges—Kosher ^itchen. S. W. section. CALL 4-7027 VOTE FOR JOI1V H. YATES Miami Man for Circuit Judge Group 7, 11th Judicial Circuit Dnde County* Fla. P<] for by friend of JOHN H. TATES Mrs. David H. Freeman Mrs. David H. Freeman was installed as president of the Anna Miller Circle of Miami Beach, Monday, April 12, at the Miami Beach Lodge of Elks. Officers installed at the same time with Mrs. Freeman were Mrs. Israel Toby, first vice president; Miss Dorothy Diamond, second vice president; Mrs. Arthur Olden, recording secretary; Mrs. David Hey man, treasurer; Mrs. Jesse Kabat, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Gold, inner guard; Mrs. Louis Lustig, chaplain; Mrs. Meyer Leibovit, historian. Directors for the coming year are Mrs. Edward Morgenstern, Mrs. Evelyn Storch, Mrs. Frances E. Silverman, Mrs. Lew Welch and Mrs. John Peters. Mrs. Freeman will attend the State Elks Convention to be held at Key West, April 24 through 27. FCC Denies Radio License To N. Y. Daily News Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the executive committee of the American Jewish Congress, declared today that the Federal Communications Commission decision denying an FM radio license to the New York Daily News and its action in restoring the American Jewish Congress' evidence of the Daily News' policies to the record of the case "is an encouraging sign of the determination of the FCC to prevent the most effective medium of communication from being used for the dissemination of racial and religious prejudice." Two vital facts are emphasized by this decision, said Rabbi Miller. "The most virulent racial propaganda today comes not from the rabble-rousers who rant at meetings but from far more respectable sources which disseminate subtle and, thus, far more dangerous racist views through mass media of communication. "At the same time, the FCC has recognized the American Jewish Congress' contention that when a newspaper applies for a radio license, its 'character' as an instrument of public service, must be as fully considered as when the FCC considered the character of any other applicant. This decision is thus highly encouraging to all who are concerned with preserving the free communication of ideas in a free market, unpolluted by the virus of racist propaganda. "We hope this decision further indicates the determination of the I FCC to maintain its present policy of banning editorializing on the' air by the owners of radio stations." Mrs. Udell Hostess Mrs. Jack Udeli of 241 28th St., Miami Beach, was hostess to the officers and bob.rd of directors of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, at a luncheon in her home on Tuesday afternoon. For Passover Pleasure and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM SWEET RIJTTER KOSHER FOR PASSOVER And All Year'Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Bo sure that the name 5tkea$dfone appoars on *wy product Miami Hadassah Group Hears Modeling Expert Miss Patricia Vance, Powers model and director of the Patricia Vance modeling and charm school, will address the next regular cultural meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The group will meet in the new Y on Monday evening, April 26th, at 8:30 p.m. Miss Vance is to discuss makeup, hairstyling, clothes, accessories and other phases of beauty and charm. In charge of arrangements for the affair is Miss Lillian Drexler. The meeting is open to the public and members are cordially invited to bring their friends. %¡ ROUND THE CLOCK fashions That will instantly establish your reputation for individuality • DAYTIME AND EVENING DRESSES • SUITS COATS FURS • LINGERIE ACCESSORIES AND SPORTSWEAR All Moderately Prieed duPONT BLDG., MIAMI America?* Finest Fashions •-. 3 K ti. Fuller Warren Says: "I am absolutely opposed to a general sales lax, and as governor will veto any bill imposing such a tax." VOTE FOR .. FULLER WARREN UR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR Paid Political Adv. ^^^_ ELECT ^^B ESTIL H. LANHAM B Justiee of I lie Peaee ^**H DISTRICT ONE %  rr^k (NORTH DADE COUNTY AREA) ^r a^Bl Choose a Fellowman From v\ S^ Your Ranks! ailia Paid Political Adv. ELECT CLYDE A. EPPERSON STATE SENATOR FARM Born and Raised Veteran Awarded Purple Heart Lawyer and C.P.A. Outstanding Civic Leader PROPOSES: Veteran's Bonus Medical and Dental College in Dade County Increase in Old Age Pensions Equal Distribution of Tax Revenue LIVED IN DADE COUNTY A QUARTER OF A CENTURY I'd for by a Friend ELECT McCARTY GOVERNOR



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lAY, APRIL 23, IS or CUR TIME* *'Jewistinor Id kin PAGE THIRTY-ONE tfhi GREATEST YIDDISH HUMORIST 0) m. .IMF WHOSE WORKS HAVE gftN rRANSlAKD INTO EVERY LAMGUAGi INCLUDING JAPANESE AND ESPERANTO. IS OFTEN RifERRiD TO A, THE 'JEWISH MARX TWAIN".. SHOLOM AIEICHEM i k, NORMAN WKS SOI NOOCI. 1fc RHOOA I SIMON WRH SOLOMON RAWNOWnZ IN RUSSIA IN IM9, HE WAS KNOWN AS A SCHOLAR AND A HAPPY YOUNGSTER WHO AIWAYISJW THE HUMOROUS SIDE Of A SITUATION. AT THE AGE Of 17, AS ATUTOR Of RUSSIAN HE WAS CALLED TO TEACH THE 12-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER Of A WEALTHY LANDOWNER. THEY EELl INLOVE.ANDAfEW YEARS LATER SHOLOM AIEICHEM VIARRIEO OLGA Uftf IN 1663. AIT'.V) HE ACQUIRED HIS FMHEMN-tMl 5 FORTUNE AFTER THE LATTERS DEATH IN IMS, SHOLOM AIEICHEM DECIDED TO DEVOTE HIMSELF TO WRITING. AFTER WITNESSING THE 1905 KIEV POGROM. HE AND HIS FAMILY WENT TO SWITZERLAND. LATER .HE MARE SEVERAL LECTURE TOURS THROUGH WESTERN EUROPE. ENGLAND AND THE U.S. %  !h, AFTER THE OUTBREAK OF WAR,HE EMIGRATED TO AMERICA WHERE HE WROTE A POPULAR COLUMN FOR THE WARHEIT OF N.Y. 'T06IAS.THE MILKMAN^ ONE Of HIS MOST SUCCESSFUL COMEDIES WAS PRODUCED BY MAURICE SCHWARTZ, AND LAID THE FOUNDATION FOR THE JEWISH ART THEATRE...HIS*irj HARD TO BE A JEW INTRODUCED PAUL MUNI TO THE STAGE. SHOLOM AIEICHEM DIED IN NEW YORK IN Wlb. AT THE AGE OF S7. AFTER HAVING ENRICHED YIDDISH LITERATURE WITH SOME FORTY VOLUMES OF SHORT STORIES, NOVELS AND PLAYS. Hi WAS ONE OF THE FEW ARTISTS WHO WAS ACCLAIMED DURING HIS OWN LIFETIME, NOT ONLY BY HIS PUBLIC. BUT BY OTHER GREAT CRITICS SUCH AS GORKY AND TOLSTOY. THIS WAS THE GIFTED AUTHOR Of BELOVED WORKS WHOSE STORIES WILL UVEON FOREVER.... HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Dixie Electric Co., Inc. H. J. NOLAN 3'2 Sunset Drive Phone 48-3146 ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Famous Employment Agency MOE BROWARNIK, Owner Phones 3-0763—3-0764 140 N. E. Second Avenue Miami 32, Florida Best Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER City Laundry, Inc. 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT A HAPPY PSSOVER TO ALL Ollie Page Service Station PASSOVER GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT Accountants and Auditors Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-6393 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—SERVE WITH PRIDE MRS. NATT'S BAKERY PIES — CAKES — PASTRIES — BREAD — ROLLS WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY WHOLESALE and RETAIL 61 N. W. 36th Street Phone 7-1649 PASSOVER GREETINGS DADE COUNTY DAIRIES Phone 7-1977 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Complete Service—"With a Smile 2065 S.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-9365 BEST WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER Clark Linen and Equipment Co. Complete Outfitters HOTELS — APARTMENTS — RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS 3841 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-5781 ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI CRUSHED STONE GO PRODUCER OF CRUSHED STONE AND SAND SCREENINGS SERVICED BY S. A. L. RY and F. E. C. RY. Facilities for Direct Loading of Cars or Trucks 4800 S. W. 72nd Avenue, Miami P. O. Box 451, South Miami Branch PHONESt 4-2M1—4-2582 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SHARP Refrigeration Service 1702 N. W. 15th St. Rd. PHONE 9-3*27 ijj TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IIARDEV OFFICE SUPPLY 270 GIRALDA CORAL GABLES Phone 3-4585 Phone 3-4870 PAUL'S CARPET CO. Carpet Linoleum Broadfelt Cut and Sewed — Repaired and Laid Sterilized and Demothed 2412 N. MIAMI AVE., MIAMI 37, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS King's Shoe Rebuilders "The Best on the Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Coronet Academy of Modeling, Inc. "Poise Is Your Crown of Beauty" 10 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Florida Southern Dairies and Jersey SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE BEST FOR THE PASSOVER TO ALL MR. and MRS. Maurice Weinreb and FAMILY 829 S. W. 31st Arenue MIAMI TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Wont You Hav-a-Tampa Cigar? "They're Better" Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company 73 N.W. Eighth Street Phajj* 2-8185 t i



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jmisbtk>ridiar) ^A*. APRIL 23, Political Roundup Horace F. Mitchell, veteran school teacher and candidate for Dade county superintendent of public instruction, has pledged himself to "serve honestly, faithfullv. economically and efficiently A native of Florida. Mitchell was born in Live Oak and received his entire education in the state. He worked and financed his own schooling from the seventh grade through the University of Florida where he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees in education. Some of the recommendations made in his master's thesis on "Ad live Problems of the Dade County School System." have been carried out by the present administration. 26 years exi in -. %  :. '. work includes 13 as principal of elementary, high schools, and 13 as classroom teacher in %  First point in Mitchell's 12:-. is to guide children in obtaining a more larship "which will enable them to live more abundantly and happily :n a democracy." He has also proposed to r heating, lighting, sanmeasure and other devices to protect nd promote the efficiency of the children of Dade county: provide rooms of proper size, adequate equipment, adapted to the subjects taught, and provide proper framework for future schools: employ good teachers who will continue to maintain high standards of both scholastic and moral leadership (by providing an environment in which teachers "can live and work happily"). Provide for better salaries with minimum teaching load for teachers: safeguard taxpayers' dollars at all times by use of "strict economy without impairing the efficiency of the school system:" provide a well planned public relation program by keeping the public informed concerning the schools: provide for kindergarten and adult education. C. E. Hodgers was the fir qualify as candidate for constable in the third district this year. A former driver for the old Dunn Bus company. Rodgers has had experience as a recreation worker and official and has been employed by the U.S. Public Health department in mosquito control work. He served in the Miami Police department in the traffic, uniform and radio divisions: for three years was acting sergeant in the radio division and at the captain's desk, resigning because of illness. Announces KOSHER PASSOVER MILK Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI YAAD HAKASHRUTH OS Kosher for Passover I IM 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 Lehrmann Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi Leon R. Kronish "Beth Tfilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph L 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 ••If elected." says Rodgers. "I will be a working constable, offering friendly, courteous and efficient service to district three. I will propose the installation of a radio car to work in cooperation with county and municipal patrol cars." William A. "Bill" Herin. candidate for Circuit judge, was indorsed this week by former Congressman J. Mark Wilcox. who advised Dade county voters, "you can't go wrong when you elect Bill Herin your Circuit judge." Herin was secretary to Wilcox when the latter was congressman from this district and later was associated with him in a law firm. "During the time that he was my congressional secretary. Bill Henn handled for me hundreds of veterans claims before the Veterans Bureau, and it was his particular duty to assist distressed home owners in getting their home mortgage refinanced." x declared. "You will remember the friendly manner and affable attitude of Bill Herin and the courteous and efficient manner with which he handled your business. Over the years I have had full opportunity to become acquainted with his habits, character^ and his ability." Herin also was endorsed during the week by Attorneys David A. Frank and' William F. "Fritz" Reinhardt and Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace. Coral Gables civic leader. "I will fight for more schools and for modernization of our present buildings so that every child in Dade county will have an equal opportunity for a good education." promises Clyde A. Epperson in his platform for state senator. The senior member of Clyde A. Epperson Audit Co. served three terms as national president of the American Audit association. A member of both the Dade county and Florida Bar associations. Epperson is also admitted to practice before the U.S. tax court and is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar. Enlisting in the army soon after the declaration of the First World War. Epperson served in the battles of St. Mihiel and at Meuse Argonne. was wounded five times and was awarded the Purple Heart and the Victory Medal with two clasps. A well known civic worker, the candidate has had among his many activities: director and general counsel. Dade County Cancer society; member of the program committee of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; chairman of the White WM. J. PRUITT CANDIDATE STATE SENATE (DADE COUNTY ONLY) Paid Political Adv. Race Advisory committee for Assistance to the Negro Service council; director of Dade County Blood Bank; originator and projector of "Royal Poinciana Festival;" and past president of the South Side Civic association which was successful in creating the South Side park. Elect JOH1V H. Y AT J Your Mi^ £JS Group 7 nth JuacuH*Lf Pd for by 'rt'M of JOHN A DUNCRAGGAK INN HENDERSONVULE. N. C. Announces a NEW ADDITION Featuring All Rooms with Private Bath Swimming Pool • Goli • Entertainment Jewish-American Cuisine • Counsellor for ChilcW SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE Write for Booklet E RED F a/i>ra| mosphere of a transformed. Picturesque Huge Dairy Ilarn. Dinners Start at 12:30 P. M. 14036 N. E. Sixth Avenue North Miami. Hi I HOW TO GET THERE: TELEPHONE 13 Jill Biscayne Boulevard to doubt* traffic lights at th Street internet*. —Drive straight off of Boulevard onto N. E. Sixth Avenue, left of Gail Station: continue thru Miami Shores, Biscsyne Park and North Miml to 140th Street. mtRCADTHf. ran BUK of mm 420 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACR FLA. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION At Close of Business, April 12, 1948 COMPTROLLER'S CALL RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. .$12,171,289.01 United States Government Securities 20,800,113.36 Municipal and Other Bonds 1,807,000.00 $34,778,1(0 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank... 37.950* Loans and Discounts 6,679,337.06 First Mortgages on Improved Real 1 Estate 257,500.00 6,936,837* Furniture and Fixtures 50,856.01 Other Assets 36,424.69 Overdrafts None 87.280.' Customers Liability—Letters of Credit 37,095.1 $41,877,5651 LIABlimES Capital Stock $ 1,000,000.00 Surplus 265,000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves.. 519,996.27 $ leW-fll Letters of Credit 65.093-' Deposits 40.027.47J* $41,877,565* FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL Commercial Banking Collection Departmeni Escrow Department Savings Account! u c ..r^^ ,on al Cn ct< Service Safe Deposit Vault' J MEMBER FEDERAL DEP08IT INSURANCE CORPORATION %  FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM __OFFICERS DIRECTORS BENJAMIN N. KANE SAMUEL BLANK • 'hairman of Board President. National Brands. rn v W ELLIS EDW. MERCER Frecutive ViVe Pre*"""" P"'l*"t unjoin Roil i-W" MARCIE LIBERMAN QEO. COLDBERG Tit* President BENJAMIN N. KANE S. W. CURRY Chairman of *"£$ Vital Pres. and Cashier *• Preside"' % %  <"*' HOWARD KANE Alloi* Vice President MARCIE UBERMAN o. B. HUDSON v ,,r ,d r E 'BceR Assistant Vh-e Presided |528&BtS &••*, STANLEY N. BOOKBINDER President Puhlio N" !" Assistant Cashier '""""".M JR. J W rvua.s ALEXANDER ORR. J. W. O MARA President Assistant Cashier Alexander Orr, if*



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)AY, APRIL 23. 1948 *Jenisli fhridljicnn Displaced Jew Continued from Page 34) of the most viciously antiItic programs is run by the kalian government. This under-developed country Leen discriminating from the ] start. It will not even perJarge numbers of Jews who to join close relatives dethe fact that they were ifI visas to do so. These Jews been waiting in France and hany for months, and many [several years, and the Aus|n consuls have told Jewish ration officials that UMIS Inment frankly doesn't wan* and is attempting to canhe.r visas. Ever since liberafsiiips carrying emigrants to tuha have been forbidden to more than a certain perK (about 10 to 20 percent)' countries with sizable sins, such as South Africa, utiiia and other South Amer%  s, also have discriminatlenly. But in the case of the American countries it is ^s -veil since these lands have i *ing what even numer10 officials term "slave la%  rsons willing to work r the most primitive condi. few pesos daily. Engis another land discriminatn tty openly although a few %  es have managed to %  til lhoui;h Holland. Belgium and 5(..!>dinavian countries canabused of practicing anti%  ism if. their emigration pros', none has accepted reasonlarge numbers of Jews. Most been implementing proi.i "rebuild Jewish comities such as they existed he[the war." But in any event are no great numbers of clamoring to enter those practically all wish to Europe. s -i me goes on, the situathe displaced Jew gets PASSOVER GREETINGS JUDGE *RY L. OPPENBORN IGH-GRADE ELECTRIC Radio* Repaired Caand Home Radios OUR SPECIALTY 24 HOUR SERVICE 1 irick Up and Delivery Service Phone 3-7059 M N. E. 14th Street HAPPY PASSOVER BEISMAN HOLESALE BUTCHERS ELI. MAX and AL HAPPY PASSOVER p T. I. A. GRENIER REALTOR 463 4Ut Street MIAMI BEACH PAGE FORTY-SEVEN Passover is a Joyous holiday, too. ar.rt a happy little girl proudly shows the Aflkeman to her delighted f.'. mis. This is part of the traditional Seder ceremonies held in the Seue'a I. ;.cro, a Jewish school in Rome maintained by the Joint Dlstrlbutioi C umittee. Other youngsters In Italy and throughout the coi.tli i will And the Aflkeman again this rear, thanks to JDC shlpm. • %  > n 3,000,000 pounds of special Passover matzoh and foo • survivors. worse. He now sees foreign lands opening up programs to "DPs" from the Baltic states, Poles, Ukrainians—many of whom came to Germany willingly and helped the German war machine and many others who even fought with the germans and committed heinous war crimes. Meanwhile, the Jew sits and wonders why he and his family, who suffered most, must continue suffering while so many of the countries of the world practice doctrines they so recently fought against. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Eatwell Restaurant Some As Good None Better "The Best for Less" 909 N. Miami Ave. MIAMI GREETINGS TO ALL WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach To Jewry Everywhere BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER R. T. Jeffries A HAPPY PASSOVER Horn Martin Drug DRUGGISTS 200 Sunset Drive Phone 4-9221 South Miami A HAPPY PASSOVER PHONE 5-1719 & 5-2671 FREE DELIVERY FREE GIFT WRAPPING The Modcrne Pharmacy • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED Miami Beach,, Fla. 555 41st Street TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HOY L. WILLARD, Inc. Plastering Contractors PHONE 4-2963 v.HOLIDAY GREETINGS ... TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. Forty-First Street Tk. i Phone 5-6441 STORES— TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" 1263 West Flagler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS A HAPPY CHANUKA A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL TIP TOP TRIM SHOP Custom-Made Seat Covers—Auto Tops—Complete Upholstering Glass—Auto Painting nJ^t,^ 011 for and Deliver 3217 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 48-1745 MIAMI, FLORIDA OF Florida East Coast Railway TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendoza Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 9-9963 GREETINGS y A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 16 N. E. Ninth Street Phone 3-5717 "PICKLE PRODUCTS AND APPETIZERS" TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. L. POWELL & SONS La Vigne Electric Company $ Now In Our New Location 38 N.W. 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PAGE FORTY-EIGHT Next Year In Palestine (Continued from Page 40> mishap left that had not befallen the family and no miracle spared to Bave them. And now the youths danced again, but this time their "Hora" was a happy dance. They formed a wide circle, their arms interlocked and danced around in the stamping step of the national dance. And, dancing, they sang: "Next year in Jerusalem, in Jeru| as salem rebuilt ." Like a wheel the dancing boys circled .and the sound rose and fell with their heavy breathing. Around them stood all the older men. men with black beards, black eyes and eyes of Yitzohak who beheld Him and of Jacob, the pondering one, who fought the angel. Thej the eyes of Joseph, the m the world, and of Moses who roused his people to go and for a home and of Judas M beus who showed them how to fight for it. He spoke of them all an voice was mellow and di if he remembered his own life, He cited whole passages from th< B Ii adorned them with littli i | that seemed to wi For those are the rights of the Lord alone. But the right of His children is the right to fight for %  „.. : Lives, so thai they may survive and have children them1 teach them the words • %  the Lord. So that generations see the redemption in their own day. Ours is the and i! has been a long night i sil< nl suffering. Now we will and never doubt and never that one day, our brothers W il] safely reach these s where the sun will dry This, then, is my .. thi Sl venth night of Passover .'707 v nee all the an to sing. It Passover Greetings JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 62 N. E. 27th Street PHONE 2-1751 his own remembrance. Then something about him j their an: %  :, i while Miriam I ivith the symbals. It black caftans. They were sway-lone forget time and place W< ing to and fro. clapping time with were back two th their hands and singing: "Next ago on this si year in Jerusalem, in Jerusalem been pastures then Nothil rebuilt Next year in Jeruhappen had n salem ," the eternally recurring portance. Vaguely we still theme of Jewish prayers. Finally, the stream! from sheer exhaustion the dancBut as the distant \ >ic< ing stopped. Still tottering and and on it cast a spell panting, the dancers mopped the We were no longer onl sweat off their faces, ., mysterious show, we wen : There was a gene:.;! standstill ot :t. and we wondered what all this He was talking now t Iwould lead to. We realized that crossing of the Red Sea this w..s a meeting of "Cl ass lim." denly h:s v a Jewish sect that, though even furious and hi was Bterner than th< rthodox in the dreamer of old For n w keeping ( the Law, hi I, our peoj :: an es teric doctrine. a sea red with bl Silence fell and faces ... n ( ~:\ milli n dead. No were -. ..T:-.< %  :-. .. \ ,e r se, will happen n V and the sea %  .'.::. I n stan I ng al n I part I let them thi i i Now a. We 1 n | fighl forl And we here havi to 1 ms as if I in the r his .'.. rds: 'There is no is n pun A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ATLAS MOVING AND STORAGE 243 S.W. 6th Street thi Lord had forivhih His Egyp: But s, with a twinkle, only the sti : S SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM Le Man Kruinm lleautv Salon 4 F Ev rything Pertaining Beauty Work 216 Seybold Building PHONE 3-4141 n : ici.: him b<:'. re, I his pr i ssi n, but n n ,..: the ... s< sight : him, w For hi tood a prii • Jewiist :y I i and than [is ew i ..: :' a wide brimn %  %  : I %  A It was % % %  atun s you 1 k in first, %  %  : l his n i asun ts until j li I f an( ients, thi eyes :" HAPPY PASSOVER Graham Automobile Service General Oyerhauling MECHANIC SPECIALISTS 221 N. E. 10th St. Phone 3-6097 PASSOVER GREETINGS GUNN & GUNN GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS 69 N. E. 36th Street 7-3962 Phoatlty HAPPY PASSOVER TO A' \I mi'HOM CO. OF MIAMI GEO. M. ABSALOM WESTERN ELECTRIC "ALL IN ONE" HEARING AIDS 1211 Pan American Bank Bldg. PhouU|| A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., General Contract rs Now Located — 1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-3133 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER A HAPPY PASSOVER Herman E. Kolion 420 Lincoln Road JUDY II \ I t >io \ of New York BEAUTY SALON Blackstone Hotel Bldg. 848 Washington Ave. PHONE S-9545 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE O. II. SUTTON JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT NO. 3 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II. Wrinkle AND FAMILY BEST PASSOVER WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 3800 N.E. 1st Aye. BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS M. M. LIPP MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER .1 ml lie Marshall C Wisohoart CIRCUIT COURT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Dixie Farms Butter and Egg Co. 804 lst St Phone 5-9966 MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DADE ELECTRIC COINT. G. GAILEY M ROSAN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WIRING SERVICE 540 N.W. 42nd Avenue PK Phone 48-0684 GREETINGS BROWN'S ANTIQUE SHOP ANTIQUE FURNITURE. GLASS. CHINA ETC. BOUGHT AND SOLD 2222 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 48-1173 MUmiFk A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DAVID B. BROOKS A ASSOCIATES BEACH FOOD CENTER 1421 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE WALTER H. BECKHAM JUVENILE COURT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BEST ELECTRIC €0. REASONABLE PRICES — RELIABLE PHONE 9-2986 2001 S.W. 17th Terrace TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER CAPITOL RESTAURANT FTNE FOODS — REASONABLE PRICES 604 NX. 2nd Avenue TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER DEWEY'S RESTAURANT 'TROM A SNACI TO A MEAL" 626 N.W. 62nd Street



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PAGE FORTY-TWO vjmist fkridian L R!D ^ APRIL J Jews In (A Reviewl Sports By Paul Gould Th : si year the National League champ Brooklyn Dodqers will take the field determined to renew their stranglehold on the pennant and, if possible, wrest the World Series honors away from the Yanks. On the sidelines, acting as a mastermind, will be Jake Pitler, one of the fabulous Flock's two field qenerals. And though Jacke is Jewish, hardly an eyelash will be flickered in his direction. He has become part of the Flatbush scene as much as Ebbets Field itself. Likewise this Spring the outstanding horses of the nation will bid for the Kentucky Derby laurels at Churchill Downs. In the ranks will be thoroughbreds trained by a Max Hirsch or a Hirsch Jacobs or owned by a Friedman. That, too, has i>. i commonplace in turf circles And this Fall Sid Luckman will be back again masterminding the famed Chirago Bears professional football team, his peerless quarter-backing and passing aci.iiii-; a new chapter to an already illustrious history. And several months later the .1 inal Knickt rbockei li do basketball teams, featuring Sid Tanenbaum and Harry !', ff, rej spectively, will be new • is of their dil • cage circuits, But all %  II, will b< Vmei lean i : < xample. t h e %  The • 1931 it will bring I .v irld's standout ; field pei' And rig the A tints will be Irving M ndN Y V. and Stevi S n< • Si J m IUI I' of Ann %  ii ui [ling tu -d ipei lative test of %  i %  • only L'.S. perl Harn the I" s %  %  ratev A HAPPY PASSOVER 4>the leading sportsmen in the nation, having been singled out A.A.U. honors on several sion.. Seymour is a comparative newcomer who first catapulted I %  fame in the armed forces. While m the Pacific ht competed in the javelin throw and astounded everyone by breaking thi An i rican record—this with a minimum of training and practically no background. If %  '< %  continues his remarkable development ht well break the world record The Jews, indeed, have come of ago in the sportsworld. At the very pinnacle in such past as baseball and football, they have pervaded all aspects of competitive pastimes, including such >lf and tennis and such hybrid sports as chess and ping-pong. When Herman Barron wins a national golf event. :it ..•no surprise, for Herman is .me of tthe top-ranking players in the land. When Seymour Greenberg or Sidney Schwartz pture a national championship in tennis, that is little r surprise, too And similarly m chess the Jews are outstanding— ..„.„ like Sam Reshevsky and [ sa Kashdan or in ping-pong, when the Thall sisters of Detroit were s %  | e-eminenl 'hey were v team that invaded Europe last year [I i S dd but true that in .w pastime in which they have b. • n ,-,,. veal iminent, tod=> x A: ..., • m< '.he names o Bennv Leonard. Barne> Ross, Al Lew Tendler, Maxie Rosenbloom, Solly Krieger, Bob 0 m many ol them world chamthe newspapers Today nardly i ntion ol mj in the public Perhaps i • ,ht new • : of Jew. cultured by coll<. ltner tnan I knocks, has c Page 4t!) eason for ——— PEST CONTROL SERvTc^ TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING-MOTH t* Bonded Uniformed Opera,,,,, ^OOF^ MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES IHM-H vn" Exterminating ServW t 303 CORAL WAY £!?' UrJ DON'T TOLERAT*—EXTERMiNATg 0 ** **[ A MOST HAPPY PASSOVE^ TO AIL BISCAYNfi I A I \ n H y "Put Your Laundry and Cleaning Problems hi Our H Miami j^ 231 11th Street SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR PATRONS T NICK'S WHEEL ALIGNING 2100 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-2828 PASSOVER GREETINGS Hoaser Company. Inc Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Bond and Mortgagee*, Mortgage Loans -:Investments Houser Realty Co.. Inc. Real Estate -:Property Manaatnua! FIRST TRUST BUILDING PHONE Mtfl SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BERTMAN Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER 11. W. BROWN and CO. A Complete Line of Fertilisers for All Occuiou FEED and SUPPLIES Call 4-3375 274 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MUM I SEASON'S GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL INC. State Distributors I.RAY MARINE MOTORS GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577 LEWIS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER • i" T MARGARET NEWMAN and ASSOCIATES l i TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER WISHING YOU A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Richie Plumbing Sapply. Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Telephone 3-4292 Miami Fla. Branch: 810 N. W. 79th St. Telephone 7-5110 Miami. Florid* THE LEVIN FAMILY 1355 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH V A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BILL'S MARKET "A Complete Food Store" 1405 S. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-1285 BILL SHANNON, Prop. %  i MR. and MRS. BARNEY WILSON Georges Garage, Inc. 170 N. E. First Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HUNTER LION, I. Have You Tried the New It II GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling results can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively HUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3 2121 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Miami Bea< h Checker Tabs. Inc. 24-Hour Sen U-DRIVE IT CARS PH0 NE 5-3411 Pan American Bank Building INSURANCE 3-3331 L K W II K W E S Chris Craft Sales and Service PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC Johnson Outboard Motors and Chris Craft' 412-18 N.W.N. River Dr. 82-2156 427 N.W.N. R iver Dr g. 24S0 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS HERB FRINK A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL FRANK PRUITT, Inc. —INSURANCE— 1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-4036 A HAPPY PASSOVER MARKS BROTHERS DEMOLITION—EXCAVATING "Anywhere in the State" Equipment For Rent 100% Veteran Owned and Operated Night Phone 4-6347 1601 Washington Avenue Phone 5frH* -JSsi


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liewislbJElliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY LUME 21—NUMBER 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS lanah Forces iture Palestine's thest Port City yfa — An Arab spokesman j last night that the Arabs set out of this port city, one fe richest prizes in the Holy |'s civii war. ganah forces seized control Irday of Haifa after heavy [grit fighting which began IWedncsday afternoon. request of the British, nah. the Jewish military issued a cease-fire order. hns handed the Arab Nacomi ttee included: armament of all Arab forces kurrenrier of all arms. fcedom of movement in all of Haifa with an end to kg and roadblocks. |ivery of all foreign Arab to Haganah for immedieportation. bender of all German Nazis. |4-hour curfew during which \rab disarmament will be fcd out. persons to return to their pursuits. |guarantee that Arabs can %  on their lives and work as land equal citizens of Haifa pijoy all municipal services. security of Haifa outside \h zones to be maintained Bganah. iish forces in the Jerusalem this week repulsed two Arab attacks and in at lone instance sent the guerporces reeling back. major Arab defeat came Poale Mizrachi settlement ve Yaacob, five miles north Irusalcm. The raid, led by (Ghoury, member of the PalArab Higher Committee, henchman and newly-apfed military commander of Jerusalem Arab forces, rein a number of casualties Je Arab forces including the of one Briton and several who led the attack in a Nd Jewish armored car. pe Jewish Floridian offices be closed on Friday, 30th, conclusion of the over holidays. Inews copy for publica|in that issue must be in Advertising columns rter than Tuesday 3 p.m. LIBERATION IN PHARAOHS TIWCfattf*""< aj "" i !" iqifS P ASSOVER — n Utfl S. Trusteeship Suggestions Omit Implementation Plan SE SUCCESS, (JTA) — A |d plan designed to facilipeussion by the United Naf •' temporary trusteeship |lesune was presented Tuestte U.S. delegation to the |al Committee of the special P' Assembly session. HowJ'he plan does not specify 1 trusteeship decision would Plemented. [resenting the plan, Warren "sun, chief U.S. delegate to *•. pointed out that its proare "tentative suggesThe document, he said, not be regarded as a American proposal, but as a basis for discussion. fly, the plan provides: p terms of trusteeship for F e should be approved [ ut Prejudice to the rights, • or position of the parties "ed, or to the character of Pntual political settlement." pe United Nations, acting P> the Trusteeship Council, ^ the administrative aufor Palestine. It will assure the territorial integrity of Palestine against any threat of aggression, and will appoint a Governor-General in whom will be vested wide powers and who will be responsible for the maintenance of internal law and order. 3. The Governor-General will organize a volunteer force to provide for local defense. Until such time as the force shall be able to function effectively, or if subsequent to such time a situation arises with respect to which the force requires assistance, the Governor-General may call upon certain governments to assist in the defense of Palestine or in the maintenance of law and order in the country. The countries upon whom the Governor-General may call for military aid are not specified in the American plan, but it is assumed that they will be the United States, Britain and France. 4. Immigration into Palestine shall be permitted, without distinction between individuals as to religion or blood, in accordance with the absorptive capacity of Palestine as determined by the Governor-General. It shall be subject to the requirements of public order and security and of public morals and public health. 5. As a temporary measure, the immigration of a fixed number of displaced Jews on a monthly basis, for a period not to exceed two years, shall be permitted into Palestine. The number of such immigrants is to be agreed upon later. The selection and administration of the immigration of displaced Jews shall be conducted by the Governor-General in consultation with the International Refugee Organization and representatives of the communities of Palestine. 6. The Governor-General shall establish and maintain a land system appropriate tothe needs of Palestine, in which there shall be no limitation on the sale, purchase, lease or use of land which discriminates on grounds of race, nationality, community or creed. However, under the authority of the Governor-General, adequate measures shall be taken to assure protection for the interests of small owners or tenants in cases of transfer of arable or grazing lands. 7. The Governor-General shall appoint a commission of impartial experts, who shall be neither Arab nor Jew, to recommend the criteria upon which the land system described above shall be based. With regard to the length of the trusteeship period, the U.S plan provides that the UN. trusteeship shall terminate either as soon as the General Assembly has approved a plan of government agreed to by Arabs and Jews, or after the expiration of three years if the Trusteeship Council agrees upon a plan of government which is approved by a majority of both the Arab and Jewish communities of Palestine. The approval of the inhabitants of Palestine would be signified in a plebiscite conducted by the Governor-General. During the trusteeship period, the Government of Palestine shall be composed of the Governor-General, a cabinet responsible to a bi-cameral legislature, the legislature, and a judiciary. Pending formation of a cabinet and legislature, the GovernorGeneral shall be assisted by an advisory council, which shall function until such time as, in the opinion of the Governor-General, the citizens of Palestine demonstrate their willingness to cooperate in a cabinet and legislature, or in any other form of government on which both the Jewish and Arab communities have agreed. The advisory council shall be composed of the permanent chiefs of the administrative departments of the government and of representative Palestinian citizens appointed by the GovernorGeneral from each community. The Governor-General would be(Continued on Page 4) Li



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lAY, APRIL 23. 1948 *Jewist)fk>ridlfari PAGE FORTY-ONE Quiz Box ly Rabbi Samuel J. Fox JESTION: What is the conation of the term Passover? \sWER: The word Passover (rely a direct translation of jrord "Pesach" found in the in connection with the exoM the Israelites from Egypt tefers to the Paschal offering jht upon the altar on the lav that we today call PassThis idea of "passing-over" \e. .-ish people or what is more Ic'ible-sparing them — has me incarnated in our entire jus philosophy; not only for r'iday of Passover but for all occasions as will be seen in |p iver books and religious |m:>: The divine punishment [ted upon the Egyptian race time was destined to be „ mark of the eternal truth lid the Jewish nation, and its The rabbis say that each liv' on is to consider itself as ,tively redeemed from the %  <} of Egypt. History has 1( out this fact time and time In almost every era of civIt in there has arisen another ei that would destroy free democratic living and subLtc barbarism instead. Each L rue has found it necessary ate the people who npion these rights in order to bcate the ideal itself. But in occasion Israel has been if-d". Egypt it was the first-born were looked upon as the in and so they met their end. %  ion after generation the .-.-• of oppression have been %  need to phantoms but the *isi. people has been spared. UF ..deed, is the reason that C ret has been chosen as the Eoqiial name for the holiday #r dough it is more regularly Fer < d to in the Bible as "Chag Enatzos" (the feast of the unIvened bread.) The tale of the Hemption found in the Book of iodus has oft repeated itself. QUESTION: Why is it customto-mary at this time of the year (before Passover) to conduct charity campaigns under the name of "Mo-os Chitim?" ANSWER: It has been declared in the Talmud (Rosh Hashanah) that the time for the redemption of Jewry and all mankind will be during the month of Nisan in connection with the holiday of Passover. The expectance of final redemption carriers with it the connotation of brotherly love. It was therefore decreed many years ago that charity, which is the direct means of displaying brotherhood among mankind, be especially emphasized during the month of Nisan. This was originally done to buy wheat for the poor who had none so that they could bake their own "matzos" for Passover. This custom has been developed into the preparation of funds to buy matzos, meat, wine, fish, etc., for the poor. The underlying idea was that no Jew could sit down to his Seder and partake of the delicacies thereof knowing that a fellow Jew was without the necessary foods. The name "Mo-os Chitim" means "Money for wheat" which was the original purpose for the collections. Jewish federations have a yearly custom of distributing funds for the poor and needy for Passover. No better link could be had to tie up the common sentiment of a people when they celebrate the birthday of their freedom. QUESTION: Why is it forbidden to eat leavened bread on Passover? ANSWER: Great emphasis has been laid upon the restriction GREETINGS JBOTT ELECTRIC INC. | RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL MARINE 8TORES Wiring — Repairs nations of All Kinds 34C0 North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—4-0584 GREETINGS lli.C.E.BARNES OPTOMETRIST 12303 N. E. 6th Are. Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th Street Phone 5-5908 Miami Beach against partaking in any way shape or form of leavened bread on Passover. Before the holiday each home is required to cleanse the house of any particles of bread. All utensils that have been used for preparing or eating of bread or practically any food (because foods usually contain leavening of some sort) are forbidden for Passover use unless cleansed thoroughly by strict processes ordered by the rabbis. The original historical reason given for this custom in the Bible is the fact that when the Jews hurriedly left Egypt they had no time to prepare the leavening process and so had to bake the dry wheat on the heart. The custom, however, carries far more significant reasoning. It is to be noted that the "matzos" are relatively pure when compared to ordinary bread. They are not puffed up by the yeast process products or any form of leavenins which was compared by the rabbis to the evil inclination of hate, etc., within man. It is not merely the physical environment which was the object to be cleansed for the holiday, but even more important was the spiritual environment among mankind. Each person is ordered to subject his moral storehouses to "spring cleaning." The removal of the leavening elements that tend to inflate the ego (like the rising of the bread) would tend to produce a purified individual', What is more striking is the fact that No man is perfect and in every settle the problem and say that in his possession there definitely was not leavened bread and so everyone was made to feel that there was no need of his cleaning, no man is perfect and in every man there exists an iota of this swelling ego that has led him astray on the highway of life. The object of the Passover ritual was to present a picture of ideal life without this monstrous demon of selfishness at play. PASSOVER GREETINGS GREEN BROS., INC. BROKERS 55 N. E. 24th STREET TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MONNAH PARK BLOCK CO., INC. 2205 N.W. 41st St. Phone 7-1163 IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL DARREY A. DAVIS CANDIDATE STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 Pol. Adv. paid for by friends GREETINGS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. ALL KINDS OF HAULING Courteous Service 1109 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-4768 PAoSOVER GREETINGS VOGUE i unary and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1426 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Commercial Refrigeration and Soda Fountain Repairs Sandman Refrigeration Phone 4-2642 GREETINGS BILT-RITE BLIND CO. (Not Incorporated) Manufacturers VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES 2248 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-6921 Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 300 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-7664 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. SAM JOSEPHER and FAMILY MIAMI SEA FOOD COMPANY 675 N. W. 6th Street PALLAS m ATHENA The Most Unique Restaurant In Cosmopolitan Miami Open Daily from 11:30 A.M. to 1 A.M. 224 W. Flagler St. A HAPPY PASSOVER I lOltI I APARTMENT HOTEL YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME 926 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida PHONE $-3396 SAMUEL BUDLOW. Owner A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL CULINARY ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH FLORIDA GERARD RUNGE, Pres. 127 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami SEASON'S BEST WISHES 9! ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. LUMBER, MTLLWORK BUILDING SUPPLIES 2851 S. W. 31st Avenue Phone 48-6639 PASSOVER GREETINGS A. & B. PIPE & STEEL 500 N. W. 5th STREET, CORNER 5th AVENUE Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowits Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowits Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berkowits Mildred, Harold and Donald • Berkowits MIAMI, FLORIDA IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL i MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pinetree Drive MIAMI BEACH $



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wl PAGE THIRTY-SIX r*JtnisMoridx}r_ American Jews and the Jewish State By Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin I Fortunately, the juxtaposition of Yishuv and Golah is not an alter"What will be our relationship to the Jewish State?'' The quesnative pressing for an i I choice. It is rather the harmonization of point and counterpoint. tion is timely and imperative. To answer it intelligently, without Yishuv and Go!::. preconceived notions determined irreconcilable opposites but two by the particular axes we enjoy parts of a whole: they complegrinding. requires first of all nient one another. This some study of Jewish history. This true in the past and is si will lead us to discover that the case today. The Yishuv depends problem of the relationship of '" support in certain areas upon diaspora and Yishuv is not new the Golah. while the latti It dates back more than 2.000 pends upon the Yishuv in other years when the Second Jewish respects Commonwealth was established Unfortunately, this basic by a small group of %  'Zionists" has frequently been disregai li I led by Zerubabel. Ezra and Ne>' Zionist ideologists. Instead of hemiah. while the majority of Jews remained by the waters :;tl !ts cu 5( ~ Babylon and in other focal cities ually integrating diaspora Jews of the ancient Near and Middle into the Yishuv and by East. something of the spirit of As long as the Second Temple Yishuv and its culture stood and for some eight cenD C peration between turies after its destruction, when the Yishuv and the Go! Eretz Israel Jewry was not even nly practical s luti n peraa shadow of its former self, the tion and mutual sharing, under question of the relationship of the terms of which Yishuv and diaspora and Yishuv vigorously Golah will contribute i agitated creative Jewish minds, to their respective capa And when, in the sixth century, receive in keeping with I political conditions reduced this' n eeds This was how Yishm question to a mere theoretical Golah blended into an org speculation, it was not yet muted whole in the remote past— and On the contrary. The ideological this ihow we, the generation ol imp!. thi relati nship ol the Third Building, must solvt h and Yishuv occupied Jewthe problem of Yishuv and G m si p: foundly Notwithstanding le of was altogether n entrality Eretz Israel will i point in thi retical mand in the Jewish world i : tons, rrow, the G ilah must not be lr. modern "Zionist" literature undervalued, for the bulk of ou the o sy of thi ners people will continue in the n %  and egitimacy pora. Only the supernatural re• liaspora Jewry, and the negasources of the Messiah could : : the diaspora takeup achieve the feat of settling our, recent esent 12.000.000 Jews in Eretz %  ie two camps have Israel's limited space, to say gly articulate, nothing of -natting them acquiesce in this transplantation. To all Intents, the diaspora is here to stay and % % % %  > this fad squarely. Moreover, the diasp : :;: • its own in:, valu< "d not u ;vlv a .,,,. .. ,f human material es for tlic v shuv ties with the .... wil have to be independent and stand on vn feet This is no contra. TheGolah ol the two Deductions and that after the tion was cl Yishuv, submitting ty as t i I I %  "•• j, as it were. But : the .lews ot emely rca'tive. Then cry that Jewish-culturally fai t, the bulk is the pr >duet :.,nt to •e the implican Talmud : the Midrashim were :. N( \t Page) TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI IIIvV || FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON POADS MIAMI BEACH 5122 S. W. 8th St. A HAPPY PASSOVER T'J ALL L. T. OOOM PLUMBING AND HEATING REPAIRS OUR SPECIALTY NEW MODERN INSTALLATIONS Phoney A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. Anchor Brand Products Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary S plies, Deodorants, Disinfectants Phone 5-4353 824 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL MY FRIENDS MY SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS EDW." MERCER. 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ID AY, APRIL 23, 1948 *Jewish fk>rid/ton PAGE SEVENTEEN olitical Roundup bits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries former Greater Miami Drum and Bugle Corps. The musical organization, which lost all its uniforms and instruments in a recent fire, sought to raise $8,000 with a benefit show. Bayfront park, however, had been engaged clear through to May 4 by office seekers. Davis heard of the band's plight, and promptly gave up his own rally night, April 15. Davis has reminded voters at 16 rallies he attended to insure their franchise, if they will be absent from Dade county May 4, by casting absentee ballots between April 20 and April 30, as provided by state election rules. He also continued his campaignlong onslaught against Venetian causeway tolls, and against what he termed "Florida's iniquitous milk lobby." nlford H. Reeder, or of Miami, last week >ngly endorsed the candidacy mest RGraham for county ','., ssioner. He spoke to Dade i over the radio. eeder cited the fact that Grais a graduate engineer with [ :ing experience in France tjng World War I. He reported Lt Graham was a former mem•f fcnbei rida %  of %  the state road board, a for eight years of the senate and that for eight he had represented the Miami in Washington, D. ut charge. [ore than any other specialpaining, we need a knowlof engineering on our comWe've never had the Lnce to get a man like Ernest i before, but we have it [, •engineering 'Know How' | to our flood control probto cur drinking water, road I g and garbage disposal |T1\C former mayor termed raham's record as a state sena• unparalleled by any other t, He added, "we need a an ii spected by the state legI on our county commison. You can have no idea how • our tax money is squand in futile lobbying by hirellawyers in Tallahasse who are Indergarten boys compared to priest Graham." Ri i ler declared that Mrs. Iraham was a former school( and a PTA worker and hut both she, and Graham, had forked hard to better school conions in Dade county. He said hat Graham was a successful irmer, dairyman and cattleman irho could give a "full measure le to county commission vo\ k." thority and aviation industry officials; no "closed doors" with an honest and intelligent administration in the interest of the general public. Legislature candidate Darrey avis '.rented a precedent for P this week when he • only big rally night front park to help the David M. Papy, candidate for county commissioner, district one, stated that he is running solely on his qualifications, denying political affiliations with any individual or clique. "I believe my 31 years experience as an engineer on public works will be of great tvalue in administering the duties of couhty commissioner." His 15-point platform includes: immediate action on a flood control program; county hospital surpassed by none; water conservation for the future; generous and adequate facilities for our delinquent and under-privileged children; parks and playgrounds within walking distance of every Dade county child, and facilities for baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis in these parks; a vigorous expanded health program: generous and adequate care for the aged; liberal zoning laws; organization of a garbage disposal system that will satisfy everyone; better roads; a free foreign trade zone; establishment of an aviation advisory board; closer cooperation with all Dade county municipalities; full cooperation between the Port Au"The facts concerning Dade county's treatment of the mentally ill are.appalling," stated Grant Stockdale, candidate for the county commission from district 4. "Federal health standards call for five hospital beds for the mentally ill, per thousand of population." "Dade county, with a population nearing a half million, has no facilities for treatment at all. Mentally ill white children go on an endless waiting list for the home in Gainesville which is packed. There is no place in the state where negro children can go for treatment." "One eleven-year-old boy has been chained to his room in the Northwest section since he learned to walk. Adult colored mental patients are locked up in the county jail until a vacancy occurs in Chattahoochee. White patients awaiting commitment are kept in the Miami Retreat, for the most part locked in cells with no opportunity for occupational or recreational therapy. Often, it is months before a patient who might have responded to early treatment arrives at Chattahoochee, were some curative measures are available." Citing the 75 million dollar matching fund appropriation available under the Federal Hospital Survey and Construction Act, Stockdale promised to work for the foundation of a state hospital in Dade county. Stockdale's mental health program also advocated: routine psychiatric examination of juvenile delinquents and adull crime offenders; a mental health clinic in Dade county; proper facilities for the care of children awaiting treatment for mental illness at Gainesville; facilities for quartering and treating colored children "whose mental illness is not provided chains." for only with "When the Minorities Work Together They Become a Majority." Ernest R. Graham ELECT Fred W. McCall, Jr. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION "A Complete Educational Program for Dade County" for Resident of Dade County 28 Years QUALIFICATIONS: Master of Education—University of Miami Bachelor of Arts—University of Florida 19 years in the Dade County school system Actual experience with all phases of the Educational HoUter m of many Local. State, and National Professional offices Able Leader Paid Political Adv. S. E. "Doc." SPAULDIKG For COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 1 Pioneer Business Man SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY DESERVING CAUSE P.iid Political Adv. i mummmmumm ELECT J. "MARTY" DEER COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 May 4 Primary COURTEOUS • ABLE EXPERIENCED !.' Mil \.:M | | %  HSmlll.il'" I Paid Political Adv. Miwr for MORTGAGE and NOTE HOLDERS The bank offers you a complete Mortgage and Note Collection Service relieving you of all the paper work, time and trouble involved in figuring interest, sending notifications of payments due, mailing receipts and all other details involved in collection of mortgages and notes. This time-saving service is available at a very nominal fee. Also, if you wish, your noies and mortgages will be held for safekeeping in our fireproof vault. We invite you to use this service Aquf Sc Habla Espanol Aqui Sf Fala PortugOes • Mortgage and Note Collections Third Floor Lobby TheFirs. National Bank of Miami Established 1902 fltaaft ou— J i*'f< *'<~~"' 1 ft"*"*" Two Entrance* for Your Convenience )0I E... FUfl Siree. uo 21 Nonl*.* Fir,. Ac Member FcJtnl Rncnre Synem ind Ktderal Dcpom lnurinccCoryorilion^_ A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 Elect I ISMS I R. GRAHAM to the COUNTY COMMISSION "The Time Has Come For a Change" (Paid by Qraham tor Commissioner Club) VANS RETURNING EMPTY New York. Pittsburgh. Boston, Chicago MIAMI STORAGE AND VAN CO. INC. Agents for ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. AND VAN CO. 156 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-8284 RE-ELECT GLENN C. MINCER Your State Attorney Mincer has obtained convictions 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. RE-ELECT KENNETH OKA JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 5th District Miami Beach, Surfside and Golden Beach "A Record of Service. Honesty and Accomplishment' Paid for by Friends of Kenneth Oka Re-Elect ROSS WILLIAMS Circuit Judge GROUP ONE TEN YEARS JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE Paid Political Adv. ft : : ••



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Je*ist flcrldlar Political Roundup Nathan Mayo, present commissioner of agriculture, is seeking re-election on his record of achievement and his unfinished program of agricultural promotion which is now underway. In a statement issued by Commissioner Mayo at Tallahassee he points out that, through the cooperation of all Florida citizens. Alexander ary of Gordon, executive the Miami Beach Hotel lociation %  %  state_ John D. Marsh. Mia week endorsing '>;< is .. candidate in the present i leeCartv tol ... vernor of Florida tion for circuit \' mber of the number one ,.. )( Q au ,f investigation. Principal plank in Marsh's govcampaign is the abolition wn o will be a good id"iniquitous" pract wh %  '' %  '" !: chancery cases, "a I i ent Vi we taxpay |XI ing special masters I hear many mum va j ue f 0 r each tax dollar tailing enormous expenditu i spenti ana w ho will %  much has been done in the prothe part of litigants, thus deprh motion and development of agrim g many modestlj situated perculture in all its phases since his sons 0 f the full 1 appointment November 1. 1923, 0 f the law for the cabinet position from which I was barred in 1946," Praser said. "1 am happy to say that people all over the state recognize me •is an all-Florida candidate for job," Fraser added. ,, business man. I have done and am doing business in every section. As a member of both branches of the legislature, 1 believe I proved there is no factionalism in my make up." He also states that h< d ies not "A circu I • %  is in receipt fas ficiently gener is 1 bvial necessity ( ng n tl %  x'assistant' small mil Mi : -:. is a vi tei an oi >ix I w ivar lervio both i Ai v Ail C rps He %  "• the Canad capacity with both Air Forces A resident of Dadi since 1927, Marsh was b Burnt • Indi ma His I ,vas 1-"::-'. Lieutenant Harry H Marsh, k led n I Mi tisi -Ai % %  • %  %  '• %  '• mously S -Mrs Eleai A i ;' known I on the Beach • pel tenden I ,. • ..,<„,, years of M Viet al h ispital, and eu m Road hospil n I Bi believe it sound policy to substitute at this time, an inexperienced man to carry on this work "which is so extremely vital to all people of Florida and the nation "During my tenure in office -^ State Farmers Markets have built, wl are n iw In operation. Last year 36 milli worth of produce was sold through thesi the loss of a single penny I farmers, due in part to the Bonding and 1 ch was enacted by tl slatun and placed in this enfoi. tion to our i. 5. cattlemen, and ot "1 am i stock and ag %  meeting activity s." %  %  .-..IV %  trict. filed : > •'• "" n|v all the qua tstandin He is Dan M Carty, whosi i x| u nci n thi | : the id idn • •' e as as and cattle g | by his il li ite. %  I: nviction that will you pi< ud I that you • ORANGES We Grow and ship from our Indian River Groves. The sweetest and best Flavored fruit you can buy. There is a big difference. V4 bushels shipped $1.75. Will deliver ,n Miami $1.25. CALL MARTIN 7-7443 sou CO Wh olesale and Retail £0^, 5SJRS J* Blue Sod Soil and Fill of ^ Cal1 9 '772 or iff EDDIE ALPEl pv !" 37J !" *M Edwin G E ; Fi is< r, te this ..ii in and I .". this area. "My th is in my qualification and in the fact that public in! is with me in this bid ELECT JESS YARBOROUGH For Your County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 1 VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE "PROGRESS WITH JESS" Pit. Political Adv. For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHQ butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of t e Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Meschejofl 311 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA ELECT AN I \ll ICII \< III CONSTABLE MEMBER % > > % > % % % i ELECT LOUIS F. RED) SMIIKPAII Your County Commissioner District 5 VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Paid Political Adv. ELKS-AMERICAN LEGION I I AND VET OF FOREIGN WARS HARRY S. HIGGINS :*-*'WWWw~-wr-ww*'-ww*-ww, w w ^i,. WW r v ^ v "!|n|r i.i.i "III" Jlli. Hill %  II III inn mill II lllhl Hill in III Mill lllll|| mull The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any of its advertisers. Mendelsohn's S !" ^ Y Restaurant WHERE THE FINEST MEET TO DINE DAILY FROM 4 to 9 P. M. 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-9334 WE ARE OPEN FOR PASSOVER If you want an able, honest, fearless and impartial judge, who will be entirely free from any prejudice against any race, color or creed. Elect ROBERT H. GIVENS, JR. CIRCUIT JUDGE IN GROUP ONE NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1105 •*a | Ii you live anywhere in DADE COUNTY you can VOTE for | JOHN C. JOHHSON Your Present Constable District 5 Miami Beach—Surfside Sunny Isle—Golden Beach Pc! ad ri by frteade ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE lMU KOOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3 _JC \JOHNCjOHNsoUI [ D. Mac Vicar gM Po Utlcai AIV | SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THK LONDON ARMS HOT*X n Ave. Mia" 11 B '27 Co Featuring STEAKS—CHOPS—CH ICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Cater,n B To Parties and Weddinga — Phone 5-126* STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Condition" Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami B*"^ ..........



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MB HBIIHBEIP "'.'.' SDHM TODAY APRIL 23, 1948 Jen i %l, florid/ian PAGE ELEVEN ;hildren's Bureau Seeking Foster lome For Three Jewish Boys /-•U;I^*-QT^'C Rprvipp Rurpail. A umnM mn .. *u„* u. Children's Service Bureau, a jion sectarian child placing Lgency, is making a special appeal to the Jewish people of Dade county to open their homes Jewish children whose own homes are broken, but who are [j„t available for legal adoption. Cost of the child's maintenance, Clothing, and medical care is met by the agency, according to Miss would mean that he would be placed in a "real home just for him." Now he is beginning to wonder if, again, "nobodv wants him." David attends the synagogue regularly and has exhibited very much interest in his religion, Mrs. Doris Dalrymple, case worker in his charge, reveals. "He wants a home with a Jewish family, so w Post" Passover Kashruth By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 1. Any Chometz product which was held by a Jewish person during Passover is not Kosher and must not be eaten unless the owner sold his Chometz in accordance with the Jewish law. 2. Bread, cake or any other baked products may be obtained in the immediate period after Passover from a bakery which was closed during the week of Passover and sold their Chometz in accordance with the Jewish law. The only bakeries who sold, their Chometz and kept closed during Passover, as far as the writer knows are: Keil's, or as it is called now. "G & S Bakery." 1047 W. Flagler St., Miami, and the Paramount Bakery, 445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 3. During the "Sfirah-period" (this includes the days between the holiday of Passover and the holiday of Pentecost (Weeks) weddings may be performed only on certain days. Call your rabbi or the director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 58-1521 or 2-7439 for information pertaining to the days when you are permitted to have these functions. The Sfirah period is a period of historical mourning. VOTE FOR JOHN II. 1 ATI'S Aiture Fair. Honest and Impartial Administration of Justice Group 7, Uth Judicial Circuit Dade County, Fla. Pit. for by friend of JOHN H. YATES I• PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL FROM MAL ENGLANDER Candidate for Justice of the Peace Sincerity a Certainty FROM OCEAN TO BAY THEY'LL VOTE 49A Political Adv. Paid by A nti-Syndicate Group I h ,J \' : "MHiiiiimiiimimrv "David Needs a Home" IJuliu E Hatch, executive director. |The board's appeal is for service las the amouit paid is not sufficient attraction unless one wishes to offer his affection, inIterest and understanding to a [needy child, and feels he would [enjoy having another child as | part of the family group. The Service Bureau now has [three bright attractive little boys I in their temporary home, waiting I until the right home is found, 1 Miss Hatch reported. David, age 19, has waited longest. His picture [appeared in the Miami Herald I last February with a general apIpeal for foster homes. He understood about this, and hoped it they can all go to synagogue together. He was so disappointed that there was no home ready for him for the Passover holidays that one of the agency board members invited him to spend the holiday with them so that he could have the experience ol a Passover celebration in a family setting." David is described as a bright little boy who takes life very seriously, and tries very hard to please. He has been shifted about a great deal in his short life, and needs very much to feel that someone wants and loves him for himself, the description discloses Because of his insecurity it has been suggested that he would fit ABRAHAM RESNEK AND LEO LANDIS ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF A PARTNERSHIP UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF RESNEK & LANDIS CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS FLORIDA AND NEW YORK 350 LINCOLN ROAD TELEPHONE 5-2101 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA CS &f • &f ^ ME :aBBC3BBK; 3BBi 3BBK '^ mm ^ mm % % %  $ BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Our ocean-view dining rom is open to the public during the entire Passover Holidays at the STRATH %  HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE The well-known Cantor Malek will conduct UW Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone 5-4691 Your Hosts _. SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER rsBBc^BBBaBBBcaBBBtjBiL mm immr &f %  VOTE FOR LUTHER T. HARDISON FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 Efficient Service Courtesy 15 Years' Experience 23 Years in This District RADIO EQUIPPED CAR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Paid Political Adv. better in a home where he was the only or youngest child. The two other Jewish boys are younger ,and "equally promising and attractive." However, because David has waited so long, and is so eager for a home, the Children's Service Bureau is anxious to place him first. Anyone interested is advised to telephone Mrs. Dalrymple. David's caseworker, at the Children's Service Bureau, 2-3166 for an appointment to talk over the plan, and learn more about David and the agency's program. IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL BIRD has 5 years' experience —proved ability— honesty • Re-elect JZL PRESTON B. BIRD County Commissioner DISTRICT 4 Re-elect Bird Committee # Paid Political Adv. W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Dade County Representative to the State Legislature %  %  RE-ELECT TOM WOOD Constable District 2 Not a Politician But an Experienced Law Enforcing Officer for 22 Years Paid Political Adv. KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD An Association of all Kosher Butchers of Dade County Extend Sincere Bent Wishes For A KOSIUKUX AND I #M1M# Iff: V PESACH NOTICE Effective Immediately ALL KOSHER MEAT MARKETS OF DADE COUNTY WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY This Concern Meat Departments Only THE KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD ^&



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I APRIL 23, 1948 ^Mnisti fhrkNsun PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Father And Son (A Passover Conversation) By Paul Dubin fcn if all of us were full of ,. and understanding, well fir, years and deeply versed tradition, we should still been to repeat once more ory of the exodus from after year in order to obiliis commandment, my I I would gather around kstive Seder Table. Year jrear, as the youngest son. Dd ask the same four ques'•Ma Nishtana Why night different from all I", hts of the year?" And Ither would always answer Inn 1 thing "Avadim Hayinu Ve were slaves to Pharaoh jrpt and God redeemed us mighty hand and an outdid arm." Then, in a soft v i-' would continue to read Haggadah the story of the iW the Jews came to the period of enslavement. bry of Moses and the liberaIf liie Jews from the KgyptpreSBors. As a young child lid never understand the implied in the answer • question. My question was, ld"''s all this mean? And the lr was always the same; just Ip'.e familiar story of PassIperhaps symbolical of somegreater But why tell Id story every year? (were slaves 2000 years ago, they are free; they are as [as i ny other people, living (vorld of equity. I grew older in years Kin Icistanding, and became pous of the world about me, jUzed the naivete of my [i. That realization was crysled in a newspaper headline read "Three Negroes bed in the South." Slavery, [was not a thing of the past. re still those who do not hat freedom is. And then flocked into another real, ALL [MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY (ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant A. rican Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 ROYAL BAKING COMPANY fASSOVER GREETINGS TO ITS FRIENDS WD PATRONS GREETINGS ,G. iq rser & Surveyor 119*1 Dade County Court House PHONE 3-4431 [SEASON'S GREETINGS [WILLIAM E. COOK p8 Everglades Concourse PHONE 6-3755 |RENTALS SALES KAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES ization. 1939. 1940. millions of Jews slaughtered in Germany and in every European country by a tyrant. And as the shocking reports of the barbarians and their methodical butchering of an entire people wm-f reported to this country, the holiday of Pas came upon us once more. And again we gathered around the Seder table to retell Die story of the Exodus. Once more i was called upon the recite the four questions. But this time I refused. I refused to ask the questions which were printed :n the Ha;:gadah, a book two thousand years old This time I changed thi questions that I used to ask as a child; now I wanted to know how we allow tyrants to arise in this civilized age. What can we do about what is happening today'. Why should we read what happened 2000 years ago? And my father smiled at me and said "My son, you are old enough, now to understand 'he leal significance of Passover and its mean ing today. Let us 140 through tin Haggadah tonight and find it.true meaning; freedom and democivr}, words which until now you have not understood." And then he began. "The very opening of the Haggadah expresses the fundamental axiom ol freedom. All men must have a:. equal opportunity to live, 11.. Lachma Anya' This is the bread of afflication which our forefathers ate in the land of E^vpt. Let those who are hungry e ler and eat with us; let those who are forelorn come and celebrate Passover with us. Paul, my son, the celebration of Passovei transcends class; al! must participate — the rich and tthe poor, the mighty and 'he weak. And to preserve freedo mwe must practice this principle in every day life. Every man — no matter what the color of his skin or what his religion might hi to n ap the fullness ol life. The Pharoh of "lie Passover storj was '' ius' 1 vicious ruler who enslavi 1 thi Israi I ; -f : fathers. Pharoah and I epoch became 1 P '1 lyri nl in evi ry %  %  i t. d this of freedom. "If v e ,• ,.• ir i|,-i\ %  1 : rn :n this world," he continu I, "we %  nisi elimi! liens which set themselves 11 p le to them undei pi lall death. We must make me .11 1 qual pportunitii l neii. and we must lie ready to di fend this prim pie. Ab ive all ust practice this principle in iur own lives. It is because the story 'it 1 lin il this basic ]u in that ail the m iral u 1 the Bible remind us thai %  wen once slaves in Eg) pt. The logue, the greatest moral man has ever con :eived with tth. .-.e vi ry v. 01 d 1. '1 am the ilr. Gi ,t who broi out of the land ol the house ni' i' nd My fath \ r continued 1 "The greatest moral teachini onlj be realized if the in!. principle of Passover is un btood. 'Hen toforc you wen ants %  !" Pharo ih n ye are ants of God; Ye are (Continued to Page 38) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER W. A. GLASS A HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street PASSOVER GREETINGS lit T Joseph A. and Rosalind Herman AND DAUGHTEBS Carol AND Halo GREETINGS C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-6481 We Wish to Extend GREETINGS To Our Many Friends GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street Goldstein Clothing 439 N. Miami Ave. Miami Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN and Family Extend Best Wishes to All ON THE PASSOVER To ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER $ WILSH1 II E II O T E L 3710 Collins Ave. phone 5-5339 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE NEWS TOWER GRILL "WE AIM TO PLEASE" Lunches — Sandwiches — Soft Drinks IN THE NEWS TOWER To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates BI S C A V N E IIMIMO\ A HAPPY SEASON TO ALL GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road THE BREAKERS ROCKEFELLER CENTER Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. 620 Fifth Avenue, New York A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street PHONE 9-6546 TO JEWRY EVERYHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 320 S. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 48-1731 T To All a Most Happy Passover SAVOY HOTEL 252 N.W. Second Street "Open Year Around" A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MR. and MRS. EDWARD SCHEER and DAUGHTER AND EDWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1726 N. W. 36th Street Phone 2-6550 A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON GULF III* I KM SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL m HANCOCK liefrigrration Co. "FRIGIDAIRE DEALER" Sales and Service 3637 N.W. 17th Ave. Phone 7-7276 H. C. HANCOCK, Prop. TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER RUBIN'S BODY ID FENDER IRKS WRECKS REBUILT Your Satisfaction—Our Pleasure (On the MucArthur Causeway) 1306 N. E. BAYSHORE CT. PHONE 2-6611 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER DOLIVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT HOTEL KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought — Sold and Traded 1119 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887 f.



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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT •> k wiisHnhrSdH^in FRIDAY APRHj %  Dolls Representing Characters Of The Bible Receive National Acclaim A childhood hobby, tempered by years o( sti eral firm beliefs, has brouqht the c'haractns oi life and revolutionized biblical study in this country. The magician is Mrs. Max Forman, wife of the B'nai Aaron congregat : on in Philadelphia whose lov< ing dolls started her on the ere-* %  Si* of lho nationally a, Bible dolls These playthings, dress originally des gned to "put Kle into the bible for her chilrhej dron and students, have be< n accredited by (he An i rican tion • Bible Society as "the great. single tool for the :v\ italization of religion contributed times" Since their debut in a PI delphia department I ,. Air rather And J^R %  %  have been spn idinj tl tory ol the bible an i thi I ibli ..; and morality by vocated met proach." Edu as well as | the dolls Con 111 %  %  responsible has en told publii The idea ') ye. rs ag %  %  %  i GREETINGS foiV Otisis Bar "Never A Dull Moment" 701 N. E. 1st Ave. GREETINGS Ar,hur W Eisen^l ^N-W.N.^. SEASON'S GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street GREETINGS utiur JEWELRY CO.,!,| 160 F. Flagle, St^ PHONE 3-2197 : i I S R M %  lunter M %  S the city, teachii %  : S Is and others. I alities beii Red Road Liquor Store Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF A HAPPY PASSOVER A HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA GRINDING CO. ^r Kleen Kut Machines Kniver, to Butcher, Hotel, laurant :ing of Meat Choppers and Band Saws RENTINGSERVICING 201 S. W. Fourth Ave. PHONE 3-5231 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL J. N, LUMMUS, Jr. Tax Assessor for Dade County y* TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S %  '•' th St PASSOVER GREETINGS Southern Engineering AND Molal Product* PHONE 3-2911 25 N. E. 17th Terrace SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and FAMILY AND HENRY'S AUTO PARTS 2038 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 3-1427 SAY EM E. B. MALOWE MATTRKS CO. PHONE 2-746G 60 N. W. 13th Street ETINGS TOM DUPREE REAL ESTATE 741 Dade Boulevard MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-2743 PASSOVER GREETINGS NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive PHONE 6-6811 MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE W. F. BLANTON HAPPY PASSOVER ACE EXTHKMI>ATI\<. CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrace Phone M Washing and Polishing — Lubrication — Batteriet — TIM Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up ai.d DeliTtry 71.st Street Service Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 337 71st Street Miami Beach Phone6-9170—6-37C A HAPPY PASSOVER THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE 2-9315 COUNTER • CURB SERVICE FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HECTOR SUPPLY I'O. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN—LAWi*S-FARMS Phone 2-0541 Branches—Homestead. Weit Palm Beach, BslU Gld hes For A SEASON I SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee—And None Better NEW ELITE RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI SEASON'S GREETINGS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES P0NYBAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 Dade Paper