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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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itJI /OLUME
22-NUMBER 13
Comlyning THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAy7aPRIL"l.lfliq"
PRICE TEN CENTS
ederation Seeks Greater Coverage;
rive Extended As Goal Falls Short
(49ers Called to Action
M9ers Organized
I Leaders in the 1949 campaign
Lid an emergency session Wed-
nesday afternoon to organize the
K9ers, a group to be composed of
W individuals each of whom will
Ledge to devote 49 hours to cam-
paign work or to bring in $4900
oward the $1,881,737 goal.
"This is the year of opportuni-
y," William D Singer, campaign
[hairman, told the group, "Miami
nust live up to its commitments.
Ve must tin:cfoie do everything
possible to raise our goal."
Those who joined the group at
1 first mettin^ were William
1 Singer, Ai raham Goodman,
Leo Eisenstein, Irving Frankel,
lack A. Ablin. Joseph Lipton, Dr.
ouis G. Lytton. Aaron M. Kan-
er, Max Meisel, Stanley C.
ilyers, Jacob Sher, Harry Sirkin,
Herbert E. Scher, S. Ashkenazy,
Beymour Hubi-".. Gus Trau, Bur-
pett Roth, Lion Kaplan and Al-
ed Stone.
jitnrs To Appear
>n VJA Program
l.illi Palmer and John Gar-
?-d, noted stage and screen
lars, will play the featured roles
I "Homecoming1949," first na-
bnwide broadcast of this year's
Inited Jewish Appeal drive,
Ihich will be heard on Sunday
fening from 'J to 9:30 EST over
Tation WKAT.
"Homecoming -1949" tells the
My of a young refugee couple
1 the homewa--1 trek from Eu-
> to Israel. The United Jew-
Appeal's Year of Homecom-
Dnve (or S250.000.000 sup-
the relief, reconstruction
iq resettlement programs of the
M Pale-Q,:n' Appeal, Joint
istribution Committee and
UKd[Service tor New Ameri-
is. The UJA radio programs
J under the supervision of
pun Brown, well known pro-
Fcer, who is serving as radio
lairman for the UJA.
brts
arkley To Speak
}+ Zionist Dinner
GtSs^1 ,,f the United
TEuetnf\W B;"'k,ey' wil1 be
fiami n \.hnor at the annual
pam. Beach Zionist District re-
F and banquet at the
E"nwvPancoast Hotel Sun-
heaS,i"n w,u begJn at 6
lirffflS8 to Co-Chairmen
Id Mat?d Ko>; Seymour Rubin
lestVmil^ S,lvc,stein, so that
meeTinp h.Vl> &e PPrtunity
|02 ,,he Vice President,
fr&S make an address-
"ciai ? h Sh"llJm will offer a
UhfvT n'r the President
lited esJr tPre-sident ot the
Fon&- k! KaPlan> vi-
Fofirt Ml;,'mi Sy^Phony,
ReservL^US1Cal selections.
iSfc1^* vent may
hhairmen^u uCtlS* -ne of the
1 _^_orJhe Zionist office.
ManischewitT5ieg
Wy at Kic *--> dled sud-
Soffit ami Beach home
F^Vieh0Sr,UiChis.wifand
PPPed to vRem.ams were
I in ermHYofklor services
&Zihy River8lde
Let Us Face The Facts
When the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal was launched, it
was announced the drive would end with a "Victory Dinner"
on Thursday, March 31.
Todayone day alter the scheduled end ol the campaign
we wake up to the situation that the workers have not
turned in even fifty percent of the goal.
What's the trouble?
Several questions present themselves:
1. Did we bite off too much when we undertook a goal
of $1.881737?
2. Is business so bad that our community cannot re-
spond to the financial sacrifices demanded of it?
3. Is there no longer any keen interest in the welfare of
our Jewish brethren overseas and in our own local com-
munal problems?
4. Do we not have sufficient campaigners?
5. Are the campaigners falling down on the job of
coverage?
As the late AL Smith used to say: "Let's look at the
records"
A statistical analysis reveals that
(1) The 3,765 contributions which have been brought in
to date total $791,388.
(2) Card for card, the contributions this year are in the
main equal to the contributions of 1948.
(3) The main difference between the two campaigns is
that last year at this time, more than 4.500 cards had been
turned inan excess of 735 over this year's figure.
The story behind this year's lagging campaign lies in
these 735 cards.
These are the facts LET US FACE THEM.
Every volunteer who has accepted an assignment in the
1939 campaign must fulfill his task at once.
In the cards now in possession of the campaigners rests
the answer to the question of whether Greater Miami will
succeed or failwhether we will maintain or lose our un-
blemished reputation as a Jewish community that sees its
responsibility and measures up it .
Chairman Wm. D. Singer announced this week that the
campaign would be extended to give the workers an oppor-
tunity to complete coverage of their cards.
This is an urgent plea to all volunteers. COVER THOSE
CARDS AT ONCE.
And to the community at large we again voice the plea
that they giveand give generouslywith a full under-
standing that their gift wil help make 1949 a Year of Oppor-
tunity. Destiny and Fulfillment for the Jewish People.
WE CAN DO IT!
Dr. Manfred Arie
Youth Unit Meets
The Youth Unit of the 1949
Combined Jewish Appeal met
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Y and completed plans
to raise its quota of $2,500 to-
wards the all-city goal of $1,-
881,737. Saul uenet addressed the
group, which is headed by Fred
Berkowitz.
Some 2200 children, who com-
prise the Jewish youth of Greater
Miami, have been organized into
the Youth Unit. Serving as co-
chairmen with Berkowitz are Hy
Pomerantz, acting director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
Sidney Greenberg, principal of
the Temple Beth Sholem Hebrew
school.
Act Barring KKK
Passed On Beach
The City Council of Miami
Beach last week passed on first
and second reading an ordinance
designed to halt the operation of
the Ku KIux Klan and similar
hooded organizations on the
Beach. The ordinance is similar
to one recently passed in Miami.
It provides penalties up to $1,000
in fines and 90 days in jail for
unauthorized mass demonstra-
tions, burning of crosses and
wearing of masks.
Fair Employment Act
Passed In Washington
OLYMPIA; Washington, (JTA)
The legislature of the state of
Washington this week enacted
into law a fair employment prac-
tices act.
A five-man board will be cre-
ated to administer the act and to
handle complaints of discrimina-
tion against individuals because
of their -ace, color, creed or na-
tionals The law applies to em-
ployers niring or firing employees
and to labor unions if they reject
a membership application on the
basis of discrimination.
Lull In Rhodes
Negotiations
Still Not Broken
RHODES, (JTA)The lull in
the Israeli-Transjordan armistice
negotiations here has not yet been
broken and the joint military
subcommittee set up to find a
formula for reduction of armed
forces on both sides is still work-
ing on details of the problems in-
volved in such action, it was re-
ported here this week.
(In Tel Aviv it was reliably
learned that the major obstacles
delaying the successful conclu-
sion of the Rhodes talks has been
overcome, with the Israelis agree-
ing to allow Transjordan's ne-
gotiators to represent Iraq as well
as the Amman government. Op-
timism over the possibility of an
early signing of the Israeli-Trans-
jordan armistice pact is increas-
ing in Tel Aviv, a dispatch from
the Israeli capital reported.)
Although the Transjordan re-
presentatives admit that they can-
not qompel the British to leave
Aqaba or reduce their forces to
equalize those of the Jews
which has been the crux of the
talks between the Tel Aviv and
Amman envoys in recent meet-
ingsReuven Shiloah, of the Is-
raeli Foreign Ministry, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
"we hope, with a little patience,
that the divergencies will be
ironed out, since the Transjor-
danians see our viewpoint and
after the problem of reduction of
armed forces is solved, the rest
will be easier."
Syrian Army
Overthrows Go*i.
DAMASCUS, SyriaThe Sy-
rian army overthrew the govern-
ment without a fight Wednesday
and arrested many high officials.
Brig. Husni Zavim, chief of staff
of the army, said the dawn coup
was to deliver Syria from "des-
potism" and would not interfere
with previous foreign engage-
ments.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion was far short of its $1,881,737
Combined Jewish Appeal goal
when campaign workers at the
fourth report meeting Tuesday
revealed that they had raised
$791,308 or about 40 per cent of
Miami's quota.
William D. Singer, chairman of
the driye, announced that the
campaign, scheduled to end
March 31, will be extended in-
definitely.
Principal speaker at Tuesday's
meeting at Manning's Restaurant
was Judge Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, one of the agencies which
participates in the appeal.
Twenty-two persons are on the
institution's waiting list, Spaet
disclosed.
"All of our local agencies are
being handicapped because the
plants have not kept pace with
the growth of the community,"
Spaet said.
$368,655 of the 1949 appeal will
be allotted to the local agencies
and $200,000 will go toward a
five-year building fund program,
Spaet asserted.
Totals raised by groups to date:
trade unit, $344,730; hotels, $183,-
980; winter residents, $156,505;
metropolitan, $29,100; women's
gifts, $73,848; young adult, $1,-
945; youth, $1,200.
Dr. Manfred Arie, only Jew
ever to hold the position of dis-
trict attorney of Vienna and
former presiding judge of the
Austrian State Supreme Court,
will speak at the fifth report
meeting of the workers Sunday
morning at Manning's Restaurant.
When Hitler's henchmen mur-
dered Premier Dollfuss and took
over Austria, removing Jews from
all official positions and degrad-
ing them to the level of second-
class citizens, Dr. Arie was one
of their first targets. Only his
unexcelled reputation as a legal
authority and his tremendous
popularity among a generation of
Viennese lawyers and judges,
most of them having been his
students when he was a professor
of Criminal Law at the University
of Vienna, prevented his immedi-
ate arrest by the Gestapo. After
a full year of continual peril and
degradation, one of his grateful
colleagues made possible his es-
cape to freedom. Even now, after
a dozen years of Nazi indoctrina-
tion and post war reaction the
Viennese judiciary still adheres
closely to his teaching and de-
cisions.
A visitor to Palestine and Mos-
lem countries prior to Hitler's
Anschluss, Dr. Arie combines an
intimate knowledge of the situa-
tion of the Jews under the Nazi
terror with a sympathetic under-
standing of the Zionist movement
and the needs of Israel.
Currently completing a "Stand-
ard Boom on International Law."
Dr. Arie is a prolific writer in his
professional field and continues
to influence the European bar
and judiciary through frequent
articles in their publications.
His unique ability to use seven
different European tongues, his
unexcelled understanding of in-
ternational law, his first hand
experience with the Nazi terror,
and his warm appreciation of the
needs of European Jewry, all
combine to make Dr. Manfred
Arie an able protagonist for the
approximately 1,250,000 Jews still
surviving on the continent.
n Tw" HP? wil1 speak at Temple
tetn snolom service tonight
8:15.
at
Israeli-Lebanese
Armistice Pact Signed
TEL AVIV, (JTA)-The Israeli-
Lebanese armistice agreement
was signed this week at the
frontier town of Ras el Nakura.


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949
Anti Discrimination Measures Revealed
By LOUIS ARONOVITZ
The response to the articles on
anti-Semitic discrimination in the
employment field which have ap-
peared in The Jewish Flondian
during the last few weeks has
indicated that the public is in-
tensely interested in the problem.
Reactions have varied: Some have
found the project salutory and
therefore praiseworthy, while
others stoutly objected to it.
Before we close this series of
articles, we believe it wise to re-
considerwith your criticism In
mindwhat has Rone before and
to clarify our purposes. First 01
all, we should like to state that
we do not subscribe to the idea
that public airing of Jewish im-
perfections is altogether detri-
mental. We do not believe in
hush-hush, in pussyfooting and
softshoe dancing. On the con-
trary, we believe in the acknowl-
edgement of problems within our
group for the purpose of stimulat-
ing corrective measures.
The establishment of Israel is
concrete proof that this approach
is far more sensible than the
Hear no evil, see no evil, speak
no evil" policy which has been
adopted bv certain professional
organizations dedicated to the
business of bettering human re-
lations.
We have heard of evilan evil
of discriminationand we have
forthrightly spoken of one phase
of that evil. We have seen that a
number of prominent Jewish in-
dividualsdoctors, lawyers, hotel
owners, business menare guilty
of this evil and we have in-
formed vou of this situation.
We have never stated that
these Jews are alone guilty of
this crime. No. they have many
Gentile partners-in-crime.
Their presence among the
guilty, however, is an additional
hurdle that has to be surmounted.
Their presence makes the work
of the anti-discrimination organ-
izations more complicated and
more expensive; for their actions
only give credence to the mons-
trous stereotype of the Jew that
public malevolence has drawn.
Moreover, so long as it is possible
to point an accusing finger at a
single Jew for this offense, the
employment agency operators
will be able to shift the burden
of responsibility to the Jews as
many of them are now doing.
They will be able to say. "Set
your own house in order before
vou call upon us for help."
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this deplorable problem?
Due to the efforts led by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the local newspapers no
longer permit the use of "Chris-
tians Preferred" and "Gentiles
Only" in their "help wanted" ad-
vertisement (or any others);
however, the phrase "Restricted
Clientele" is not verboten.
One local agency operator has
attempted to solve the problem
bv omitting the question of re-
ligion from her application forms.
"We don't care a whit about an
applicants religion." she said.
"We do care whether he has a
pleasant personality or whether
he can type sixty words a minute
or whether he has selling ability.
When a prospective employer
calls and requests Gentile help,
we inform him that we never in-
quire about our applicants' re-
ligions. We tell him that we don't
care whether the applicant is a
Hindu or a Moslem, a Buddhist
or a Christian Scientist, so long
as he is qualified for the position.
We find," the operator continued,
"that most of the employers go
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along. Religion is no issue with
us."
The manager of one of the
large local agencies stated ttiat
his agencv has introduced a quota
system similar to the college
quota system in several institu-
tions where Jews and Catholics
had never previously been ac-
cepted. The system was inaugur-
ated several years ago when a
member of this agency attempted
to persuade a local bank to dis-
continue its restrictive employ-
ment policy. The bank officials
were not willing to go all the
way; however, they agreed to
make certain concessions which
resulted in the quota system.
Since that time the bank has em-
ployed a group of Jewish indi-
viduals who have proved very I
satisfactory. "The quota system, '
the operator said, "is not the
answer to the problem. It is only
a measure, but it is giving Jewish
applicants an opportunity to tread
on ground that has heretofore
been forbidden to them. It is giv-
ing them an opportunity to prove
their merit to employees who
have been skeptical. Among the
organizations which have insti-
tuted our quota system are the
aforementioned bank, an airline.
a few manufacturing units and
several business firms. We are
trying to spread this quota system
because we believe that it is a
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PRIDAY. APRIL I, 1949
+Jenisii Fhrldian
PAGE THREE
tforth Shore Unit
Announces Slate
Nominations for officers of the
North Shore, B'nai B'rith Lodge,
have been announced by outgoing
president, A. J. Kaplan
Mark Silverstein has been
nominated for president of the
North Shore group. Nominated
for vice presidency were Jack
Lawson, Melvin Richard and
Leonard Tobin. Dr. Norman J.
Russ received the nomination for
second vice president. Other
nominees were: financial secre-
tary Leon A. Rappe; treasurer,
Sam Woinfeld: recording secre-
tary Leo J. Steinman; warden,
Nathan J. Berkowitz; guardian,
David Fenton and Lou Sherman;
chaplain. A. J. Kaplan.
Election of officers will be held
on Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom._____________
University Will Sponsor
Cerebral Palsy Forums
First in the series of education-
al forums on Cerebral Palsy
sponsored by the University of
Miami, will be held Tuesday at
8 p.m. in room L-2, main campus.
Jack D. Emerson, instructor in
the psychology department at the
University of Miami, will speak
on "Neurological Aspects of Cere-
bral Palsy."
Emerson has been connected
with the University of Miami
since 1946. He is a graduate of
the University of Florida where
he majored in psychology. He
holds degrees in Bachelor of
Science and Master of Arts. He
was formerly assistant in the Bu-
reau of Mental Hygiene at the
University of Florida. This forum
is being conducted by the Dade
County Society for Crippled
Children in conjunction with the
annual Easter Seal Campaign.
This is a public service feature
and is open to all interested per-
sons.
Cantor Malek to Officiate
At Strath Haven Seder
The Strath-Haven Hotel, 411
Ocean Drive, has announced the
engagement for the second con-
secutive year of Cantor Joseph
Malek, prominent in musical cir-
cles both locally and in the north,
to officiate at Seder Services on
the first two nights of the Pass-
over holidays. *
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted at t he Strath-Haven,
where according to hosts Samuel
Kupperman and Louis N. Lech-
ner, "delicious food will be served
in strict accordance with dietary
laws and in the traditional man-
ner."
Cantor Malek participates in
local activities in addition to his
musical contributions, and serves
as director of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. He is an attorney
practicing in Greater Miami.
Hollywood News
HOLLYWOOD Motion pic-
ture producer Jack Skirball is the
only movie-maker in Hollywood
who, if film business should go
on the rocks, can return to his
onetime profession of being an
ordained rabbi. However, pro-
ducer Skirball doesn't believe
that the movies will ever go
broke, and that he will ever have
to face the necessity of returning
to his former title of Rabbi Skir-
ball. His recent films such as
"Magnificent Doll" (Ginger Rog-
ers), "Guest in the House"
(Claudette Colbert), "So Goes My
Love" (Myrna Loy) and "Shadow
of a Doubt" (Joseph Cotton) were
all big box office hits, resulting
in the fact that the rabbi-turned-
producer is today one of the
movie colony's busiest (and hap-
piest) creative artists.

Walter Winchell has been of-
fered $20,000 a week to emcee a
once-weekly half-hour television
variety show on CBS. It would, in
effect, he a Winchell package,
with talent money to be over and
above the $20,000 weekly Win-
chell tab.
Walter, still in Florida, is re-
ported seriously mulling the bid,
proferred on behalf of the po-
tential bankroller by radio pro-
ducer Irving Mansfield. Irving is
keeping the client auspices under
wraps pending further talks. A
couple of possible snags would
have to be ironed out first if WW
says okay.
*
A writer ran into Warner Pro-
ducer Jerry ("Johnny Belinda")
Wald and said, "I saw your 'Don
Juan' picture last night." "How'd
you like it?" beamed Jerry.
"Well," the writer replied, "I
walked out in the middle." Wald
went white, then muttered, "But
why?" "Because," answered the
writer, "I came in in the middle!"
Temple Isaiah Sisterhood
To Meet Monday Night
A musicale will be the high-
light of the meeting of Temple
Isaiah Sisterhood to be held
Monday at 8:30 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness,
5655 Pine Tree Drive, Miami
Beach.
Miss Marion Carley will be the
featured singer, accompanied by
Miss Betty HaUam. Mrs. Clara
Mae Van Ness and Mrs. J. B.
Keys will be hostesses.
Plans will be made for a Com-
munity Passover Seder to be held
at the Cadillac Hotel, April 13
and 14. Mrs. Ben Silver and Mrs.
J. J. Perlmutter are co-chairmen
of the affair. Rabbi David Raab,
spiritual leader, will conduct the
services.
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Shandloff Unveiling
Slated For Sunday
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Shandloff will take place Sunday
at 12 noon at Mount Sinai Mem-
orial Park.
Shandloff was active in nu-
merous civic and religious organ-
izations. He was one of the found-
ers of Lodge No. 192 of the Jew-
ish Peoples Fraternal Order,
which was named in his honor
after his death. This organization
is in charge of arrangements for
the unveiling rites.
All members of the Jewish
Peoples Fraternal Order, officers
and members of all other organ-
izations of which the deceased
was a member and friends are
asked to be present.
The procession will assemble
at Biscayne Blvd. and 14th St.
Transportation will be provided
for those who do not have cars.
In case of rain the unveiling will
be postponed until April 10.
6h
Beth-El Community Seder
APRIL 13th. 1949, AT 7:30 P. M.
at
Dora August Memorial Hail
Rabbi Murray Grauer and
Cantor Milton Friedman
Officiating
CATERED SEDER
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
At office of Congregation500 S. W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 9-3004
Beach Auxiliary Board
Will Meet Tuesday
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will be held at the
home of Mrs. Julius Weisglass,
1406 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach,
Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
according to an announcement
by Mrs. Benjamin Appcl, presi-
dent.
Final arrangements for the
testimonial luncheon honoring
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, retiring
president, to be held at the Del-
monico Hotel Wednesday will be
made. Plans will also be formu-
lated for the annual card party
for the Sidney Appel Medical
Fund, which provides all medical
needs and appliances for the
residents of the home. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Kaplan and Mrs. Mollie
Shuman are co-chairmen of the
party.
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The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late
NATHAN SHANDLOFF
will take place on
Sunday, April 3, 1949 at 12 Noon
MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL PARK
(OPA-LOCKA BLVD. N. W. 7TH AVE. AT 137TH ST.)
Please come on time.
Procession will assemble at Biscayne Boulevard and
14th Street.
NATHAN SHANDLOFF LODGE 192, J.P.F.O.
In Case of Rain It Will Be Postponed For Sunday. April 10. 1949


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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949

EDITORIAL
In Encouraging Report
The Joint Distribution Committee has spent over
seventy million dollars in 1948 for the relief and
rehabilitation of 700,000 Jews in twenty countries
and the staggering sum of $367,570,000 for over-
seas relief since its inception in 1914.
The report is simultaneously a tribute to the
vast accomplishments of the JDC and a reminder
of the horrors and persecutions to which Jewry
has been exposed the past thirty-five years. One
shudders to think what would have happened to
Jewry overseas if a kindly providence had not
made it possible for us Jews in America to become
angels of mercy, succor and rescue.
History moves swiftly in the century of the
atom. But, however swiftly it moves, it cannot
engulf nor even lighten the tragedy that has be-
fallen our people. A people that has lost six
millions souls in the span of several years through
deliberate destruction cannot easily be com-
forted or consoled. The rise of Israel has as-
suaged our spirit but it has not healed the wound.
But if we are to look for consolation, we must
turn our eyes to Israel.
The authors of the JDC annual report recognized
that fact when, in declaring that Europe's sur-
viving 1,400,000 Jews achieved their greatest
progress towards rehabilitation in 1948, they
pointed out that the founding of Israel was the
chief factor in providing the emigration oppor-
tunities and that "the odyssey of terror which
began with the rise of Hitler ended for 105,000
Jews whom JDC helped to reach Israel" through
supplying transportation and other costs. Com-
pare that 105,000 figure with the 20,000 Jews
whom the JDC helped leave Europe for new
homes in the United States, Canada, Latin-Amer-
ica and Australia, and it becomes apparent that
HER OFFERING
tens of thousands of our brethren would have
been condemned perhaps to an eternal DP status
had there been no Israel.
It is good to know that 1948 saw such major
achievements in the JDC efforts. But, as pointed
out by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the
JDC European Executive Council, there are still
in The First 13
The Greater Miami Jewish community is num-
bered among the thirteen largest Jewish com-
munities in the United States. This fact was
brought out last week in a report of a survey of
Jewish population statistics issued by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee.
The population survey prepared by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation numbers our local
citizenry in excess of 40,000. Many active Mi-
amians believe that this figure underestimates our
permanent year-round population and are fully
confident that a present day check would send
the number over 50,000.
From the community service view point, as is
true in the local commercial world, this area has
not been able to keep up with the rapid growth
and expansion. Greatly accelerated planning and
action will be necessary to catch up.
Long-time residents find it difficult to realize
that the village has grown into a big city with
such a substantial Jewish community. People from
all over the country indicate that Miami will con-
tinue to growthat young and old everywhere
have their eyes in this direction as their future
home.
major tasks ahead for the agency in 1949, such
as immigration help for at least 120,000 persons
hoping to go to Israel and other lands, recon-
structive aid to enable a minimum of 100,000
achieve a productive life, continued welfare pro-
grams covering child-care, religious and medical
needs and greatly increased assistance to meet
the critical Jewish situation in North Africa. The
history and record of the JDC is an assurance
that the task will be met with the continued sup
port of American Jewry.
Beth David To
Sponsor Seder
Congregation Beth David will
hold a traditional Seder Wednes-
day evening, April 13, in the
Talmud Torah, according to an
announcement by Mrs. A. Lasko,
chairman of the event.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offici-
ate with Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches assisting.
The meal will be prepared in
accordance with the rules of
Kashruth, Reservations may be
made by calling the synagogue
office.
Puchkoff To Speak
Puchkoff will lecture Sunday
to the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith.
the Hebrew Organization of
Greater Miami, at 3 p.m. at the
Spinoza Forum. 11th and Collins
Ave. His subject will h* "State
and Relieion." All interested in
Hebrew are invited to attend and
participate in the discussions.
Paintings To Be Shown
Albert Pick, 4609 Pine Tree
Drive. Miami Beach, will be host
at a reception at his home tonight
at 8:30. A selection of paintings
by internationally famous Israeli
Artists M. Matusovsky and Jacob
Steinhardt will be exhibited.
Mme. Mana-Zucca, noted pian-
ist and composer, will give a re-
cital of her own compositions lor
the entertainment of guests.
All interested in art are invited
to attend. There will be no so-
licitation.
Menosha Skulnik Will
Appear On Plaza Bill
The new show opening at the
Plaza Theater, Miami Beach, on
Wednesday will feature the per-
sonal appearance of Menasha
Skulnik, renowned Yiddish come-
dian. Cantor Leibele Waldman
will be seen on the screen in
"Love and Sacrifice." The cur-
rent attraction at the Plaza is
"The Power of Life," with Mi-
chael Mickalesko who also ap-
pears in person on the stage.
Wladeek Unit To
Mark Birthday
Wladeek Branch No. 699 of the
Workmen's Circle and its Wom-
en's Club will celebrate the or-
ganizations' third anniversary
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock with
a supper and concert at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545
S.W. 3rd St.
| Since its founding, the Wladeek
(Branch has sponsored a program
' of educational and cultural activi-
I ties. Sunday is devoted to a dif-
ferent cultural project. In addi-
tion, the group maintains the Ar-
beiter Ring Shule with 30 pupils
and a teacher, Mordecai Gleber-
man.
For reservations call J. S.
Siegel at 2-3474, Morris Jacobs at
3-2657 or Charles Weintraub at
48-8586.
Luncheon Club To Meet
A regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith
Luncheon Club will be held
Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Ham-
burger Hearth, 1539 Washington
Ave., Miarni Beach.
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uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N i
Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. En-
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Volume 22 Number 13
FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949
NISAN 1, 5709
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
llth .judicial circuit IN and
K<>H DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 123484.
FRANK KASPSHAK, Plaintiff, vs.
ANNA KASl'SsIAK. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ANNA KASPSHAK,
Iff, Engert Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby required to file your
appearance in the above-styled cause
on or before the 30 day of April. 1949;
otherwise the alienation* of the Hill
of Complaint for Divorce in said cause
will be taken hk confessed bv you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30
lay of March. 1949.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1701 Con tress Building
Miami, Florida
4/1-8-15-22
_ PbOtO Arts
Heheamng in the court room scene from tho Miami Y variety show to bo held at the Y Sunday
and Monday nights, April 10 and 11, axe (1. to r.) Jewell Ungar. Sherburt Weil*. Leo Ackerman. Ruth
Nuremberg, Al Cook. Abe Aionovitx and Dorothy Kaplan.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUI1 COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COI'NTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No 123485.
KATHERINE RZEPIELA. Plaintiff.
vs. JOHN RZEPIELA. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FIjORIDA:
To JOHN RZEPIELA,
541 Orand Avenue
Brooklyn 22, New York
You are hereby required to file your
appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce In the above styled
cause on or before the 30 day of
April. 1949, otherwise the allegations
<>f Mid Hill will be taken as con-
fessed by you
DATED at Miami. H#d:i, till". 3n
dav of March, 1949.
E. R. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
fClrcuit Court K.-;il >
By WM W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SII.VHH
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1701 Congress Building;
Miami, Florida
4/1-4-15-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re: ESTATE OF BAM KALER,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and 'demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SAM KALER deceased late
of Miami Beach. Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. S'ald claims or demands t.>
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date March 31, A.D. 1949.
DORA KALER.
As Administratrix of the Estate of
SAM KALER. Deceased.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Administratrix
4/1-8-15-22
.!_
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA PL
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
123457. .,
KITH MILLER, Plaintiff, vs. MAX
MILLER, Defendant.
You, MAX MILLER. 168S Broad-
way, New York, New York are noti-
fied to file your appearance in the
above cause for divorce on the 2n 1
day of May, A.D. 1949, otherwise de-
cree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
Dated this 29th day of March. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) __, _
By M C. FEIGE.
' Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Sevbold Building
Miami. Florida
4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
123446.
NAOMI HAND. Plaintiff, vs. ED-
WARD HAND, Defendant.
TO: EDWARD HAND
c/o Penn McKee Hotel
McKeesport, Pennsylvania _.___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by NAOMI
HAND, your wife. In the above styled
cause and In the above named court,
and you are further notified that you
are hereby required to file an ap-
pearance In said proceedings on or
before the 30th day of April. *
otherwise the allegations of said llin
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
This order Is to be published once
week for four (4) consecutive weeks,
in the Jewlah Floridian. a newspapei
published in Dade County. Florida
Dated this 2Sth day of March. A.i
1949
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___,,.,_
By WM. W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE &
ARONOV1TZ
Solicitor* for Plaintiff
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*!g)AY, APRIL 1. 1949
+Jewist fhrldHan
PAGE FIVE
Rose Bampton To
Sing Tuesday Nite
Rose Bampton, Metropolitan
Opera soprano, will appear as the
last artist in the 1949 Community
concert Scries sponsored by the
Miami Beach YM-YWHA Tuei-
day at 8.30 at the Miami Beach
High' School auditorium.
Miss Bampton received her
early musical education in Cleve-
land and Buffalo. She later grad-
uated from the Curtis Institute
of Music in Philadelphia. While
there she attracted nation-wide
Interest when she appeared as
S st with the Philadelphia or-
fhestra under Leopold Stokow-
*LOn nor twenty-third birth-
day she made her debut at the
Metropolitan. She was not only
one of the youngest singers to
perform there, but her singing
was highly acclaimed.
The Met star will sing operatic
selection.-;. Pace, Pace from Ver-
di's "La Forza Del Destina and
Die Tteurs Halle from "Tannhaus-
er" by Wagner. She will also offer
May "Night by Brahms, Romance
by Rubenstein and Floods of
Spring by Rachmaninoff. In addi-
tion to "these, there will be a
group of songs by Latin compos-
ers as well as some numbers from
the Russian and German.
Of very special interest to Com-
munity Concert subscribers will
be Declaration of Independence
by Celius Dougherty. Mr. Dough-
erty appeared as a member of a
two piano team in the first re-
cital of this season.
Tickets are available and re-
servations may be made by tele-
phoning the Miami Beach YM-
WHA or Mrs. Leo Huberman at
6-6811.
Belli II To Hold
Seder April 13
Congregation Beth El will hold
a catered community Passover
Seder Wednesday, April 13, at
7:30 p.m. at the Dora August
Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th
Ave., according to Mrs. Leo Oster
and Alfred Perl, co-chairmen of
the event.
The kitchen has been newly
equipped and decorated for the
holidays and the meal will be
prepared in accordance with
Passover Kashruth.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will con-
duct the service.
For reservations call the syna-
gogue office.
Cocktail Party Fetes
Engaged Couple
A cocktail party Sunday after-
noon honored Miss Marilyn Rita
Horowitz and her fiance, Dr.
Martin S. Belle. Their engage-
ment has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Horowitz of the Grossinger-Pan-
coast Hotel, Miami Beach
Miss Horowitz attended schools
in. New York and graduated from
Hunter College.
Her fiance, formerly of Atlanta
Ga., is on the staff of Jackson
Memorial Hospital and is a con-
sultant on the staff of the Pratt
Hospital in Coral Gables.
He received his bachelor and
medical degrees at Emory Uni-
versity and later studied at the
Henry Grade hospital in Atlanta
Bellevue in New York.
Philip L. Kopelbergs
Reside In Miami
Making their home at 771 S.W
11th St. are Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Louis Kopelberg, who were mar-
ried in Madison, Wis., October
10. The bride, the former Danielle
Diane Merling, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merling, 2207
S.W. 11th Terr.
Mrs. Kopelberg. a graduate of
the University of Wisconsin, will
work for her master's degree at
the University of Miami. She
came from Paris, France, in 1942,
and returned to Europe on a tour
MRS. SYDNEY L. WEINTRAUB
lT. Of >1. Band To
Present Concert
The first performance of "Our
America" march by a member of
the University of Miami music
faculty. Dmitri Shmuklovsky, will
be played by the university's
symphonic band in the first band
conceit sir.ee before the war on
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the
Miami Senior High school audi-
torium.
A past president of the Dade Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs and an
ardent civic worker, says: "In my
varied communal activities I
hear many divergent opinions on
many diverse subjects, but when
travel is the subject of discussion
the opinions are unanimous for
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Lubroth-Wiener Nuptials
Scheduled For Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lubroth of
Brooklyn, N. Y announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Helen L. Wiener, to Ar-
thur M. Chasan, who has been a
resident of Miami for the past
eight years.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will per-
form the ceremony in his study
Sunday at 8 p.m. Attending will
be the bride's parents, her sister,
Adele, and Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Pearl of Hollywood, Fla.
Upon their return from a wed-
ding trip to San Juan, the Virgin
Islands and Havana, the couple
will reside at 3041 N.W 6th St
Breakstone Products
Kosher For Passover
One of the fastest growing na-
tional wholesalers catering to the
Greater Miami area during the
past few years is the Breakstone
Bros., Inc. Specializing in the
finest of dairy products, Break-
stone has expanded from a small
local iNew York concern to a na-
tional organization, rated among
the largest in the country. In
existence for more than 50 years.
Breakstone is a "household word"
with consumers in New York and
along the eastern seaboard for
the finest butter, cheese and sour
cream.
Under the supervision of Rabbi
Libel Cohen, a member of the
Agoidas Habonim, no expense is
spared to maintain strict Kash-
ruth observance in the prepara-
tion of Passover and all year
round.
The Miami office, which is a
branch of the national organiza-
tion, is located at 1713 N.W. 7th
Ave.
PENICILLIN DUST
For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear
and Respiratory Infections
Dr. Springmyer, Physician
79th St. Clinic
249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-6V407
Take Time To Pay
When burial space must be had for immediate use,
it is customary for the cemetery to require cash in
full with the purchase.
Bought on our Before-Need Ownership Plan,
your family plot may be paid for (entirely at your
option) in convenient monthly installments so small
you would scarcely notice them. You thus enjoy the
privilege of buying on your own terms, not to men-
tion the protection which is yours from the moment
you make the small deposit.
Remember, too, that even when there is
plenty of money in the estate, it often
happens that legal complications leave
little ready cash or none for the handling
of immediate expenses.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU
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meet your need.
2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty
to the final tribute to the departed loved one.
3. PERPETUAL CARE for your burial estate is
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4. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make
such a purchase easy for you.
For full particulars, write or phone:
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20 Miamians Reside Here Over 40 Years -
(This is the second article based census-takers, who covered
upon a report prepared b
by M. J
Kopelowitz. chairman of the cen-
sus sub-committee, which is part
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's community planning
committee.)
Greater Miami's Jewish pop-
50
per cent of the Jewish citizens
in this area, found 20 individuals
who have lived here over 40
years. Sixteen of these lived in
Miami, while four were Beach
residents. Comparing the figures
for the two communities, the
TOTAL OF NON-CITIZENS, HOME OWNERS, NATIVE BORN
(Adults)
MIAMI BEACH
Non-
Soulh Beach to Lincoln Road
Lincoln Road to 41st St.
41st St. to Surf side-
Islands
Total Percentage
MIAMI
Northeast Section
Northwest Section
Southeast and Southwest
Gables, etc.
Total Percentage
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI
Total Percentage
Citizens
122
8
27
11
168
0.9
Non-
Citizens
9
92
82
3
186
1.1
Non-
Citizens
354
1.0
Home
Owners
698
272
897
244
2111
11.4
Home
Owners
298
1087
1692
283
3306
20.5
Home
Owners
5471
15.6
Natives
2
0
4
0.02
Natives
9
11
8
6
34
0.2
Natives
38
0.1
ulation of approximately 40,000
got off to an early start, the Fed-
eration's survey reveals. Although
the city of Miami was incor-
porated only 53 years ago, the
committee found that twice as
many people have resided in Mi-
ami for 21 years or more than in
Miami Beach; however, Miami
Beach had a larger percentage
SCHOOLING
(Adults, 18 years and over)
MIAMI BEACH
College High Elementary
Total
So. Beach to Lincoln Rd.
Lincoln to 41st St.
41st St. to Surfside
Islands
Northeast Section
Northwest Section
Southeast and Southwest
Gables, etc.
1612
446
1121
231
3199
520
1326
163
5208
3410
MIAMI
College High
369 486
580 1852
1411 2951
231 350
2610
5639
College High
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI 6020 10847
1744
102
415
45
2306
Elementary
131
817
964
84
1996
Elementary
4301
10,924
Total
10,245
Total
21,169
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who have resided in Greater Mi-
ami for three to twenty years.
The percentage of individuals
who have been living in Miami
for two years or less was 30.2
as compared to 20.3 on Miami
Beach. According to the 1944 re-
port, 15.71 of Miami's population
had resided here two years or
less, while 26.25 of Miami Beach s
had done so.
The survey reveals that o,u individuals reported that they
had graduated or had one or more
years of colege. 10,847 attended or
graduated from high school, while
4.302 attended or graduated from
elerqentarv school. .
"Although we do not have com-
parable statistics available,"
Kopelowitz states, "it is believed
that the Jewish group has a
greater percentage of those at-
tending high schools and colleges
than the general population."
Of the 40,000 Jewish residents
of the area, only 354 or about one
per cent were non-citizens. Most
of these resided in the section
from South Beach to Lincoln
Road in Miami Beach and the
Northwest and Southwest sec-
tions of Miami. The list of non-
citizens was made available to
the National Council of Jewish
Women for follow-up work.
The census committee was sur-
prised to learn that only 15.6 of
the local Jewish population were
owners of their own homes. In
Miami Beach this group consti-
tuted 20.5 per cent of the popula-
tion and in Miami 11.4 per cent.
Onlv about .1 per cent or about
38 adults over 21 reported that
they were born in this county.
"For religious preference,"
Kopelowitz says, "we questioned
the heads of families regardless
of whether they were synagogue
members or not. We found 37.1
per cent stated that they were
Conservative, 24.7 per cent Re-
form, 23.8 per cent Orthodox and
2.2 others. 12.5 per cent had 'no
preference.' These percentages
were rather evenly divided be-
tween Miami and Miami Beach
except that in the Reform group
the former had a percentage of
27.7 per cent as compared with
22.2 in the latter. Another dis-
crepancy was the 'no preference'
listing, in which Miami had a per-
centage of 9.6 and Miami Beach
14.4."
Of the 6,973 schedules recorded
in the census, 4,336 reported their
occupations which were more
than 200 in number. In the census
committee's report these occupa
tions are divided into six main
categories. In the first, "Profes-
sional and Semi-Professional," in-
cluding doctors, lawyers and den-
tists, 583 were listed or about
13.5 per cent of those reporting.
1,133 or about 25 per cent were
listed under "Proprietors, Mana-
gers and Executives." 1,653 or
about 38 per cent were placed
under the "Clerical, Sales
and Kindred" category. Under
"Craftsmen, Operatives and Fore-
men" there were 570 or 13 per
cent. 374 or about 8.5 per cent
were what the committee termed
"Service, Domestic and Others."
Nine were listed as "Laborers"
and 14 were classifed under
"Others" (Astrologer, Bail Bonds,
Radio Announcers, etc.).
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By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Executive Director, Beth Jacob Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth
The holy day of Passover be-
gins Wednesday evening, April
13 and closes Thursday night,
April 21. Sedorim are held both
first evenings.
Preparation for the Passover
includes the ritual removal of
leaven (Bedikass Chametz), which
takes place Tuesday night, April
12, in the home; the sale of all
manner of leaven remaining
within a Jew's possession (Ma-
chirass Chametz) through the
agency of a rabbi not later than
10 a.m., April 13; and the burn-
ing of leaven (Biyur Chametz) the
same morning.
Packaged Passover products
should bear the endorsement of
an orthodox rabbi. The words
"Kosher for Passover" alone are
not adequate. Matzo marked "not
for Passover use" may not be
used.
All fresh fruits and most veg-
etables, excepting legumes such
as beans, peas, string beans, etc.,
may be used on Passover.
The dairy products of the Land
O Sun Dairies, Florida Dairies,
Southern Dairies and Sunny
Brook Creamery will be prepared
for Passover under our supervi-
sion and will bear the signature
of Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Pepsi-
Cola will be bottled for Passover
under our supervision and will be
sealed with caps bearing the in-
itial K P.
Wherever possible new utensils
or utensils used on Passover only
should be used. Enamel ware,
agate ware, glassware and plastic
ware which have been used with
leaven cannot be made Kosher
for Passover.
In making arrangements to eat
Passover meals outside the home
great caution should be used. The
words "Passover meals," and the
like in Hebrew or English are no
guarantee of kashruth. The an-
nouncement of "traditional meals"
or the participation of a cantor
are not guarantees of kashruth.
For information concerning any
product, the methods of "kosher-
ing utensils," or any other Pass-
over problem, call the executive
director, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
5-6150 or 5-1328.
The Beth Jacob Miami Beach
Vaad Hakashruth supervising
twenty kosher butcher shops on
the Beach for the past ten years
wishes all a happy, kosher Pass-
over.
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Jewish Education Bureau Miolem Prexies
Holds Passover Seminar
The fourth in a series of leader
seminars for the Jewish festivals
was conducted Wednesday night
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Passover projects were dis-
cussed and appropriate songs for
the festival were taught.
Hy Pomerantz, director of ex-
tension activities, announces that
more and more leaders are taking
advantage of these seminars. The
following groups were reprseent-
ed at the seminars: Young Judaea,
Habonim, B'nai B'rith, I.Z.F.A.,
Masada and Jr. Hadassah.
For further information re-
garding these seminars, call the
Bureau of Jewish Education at
3-5858 or 9-0489.
B'nai B'rith Youth Unit
To Hear Rabbi Grauer
"The Significance of the Sym-
bols of Passover" will be the sub-
ject of an address by Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer at a special meeting
of the Debbs Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Guests
at the meeting will be members
of the Colman Zwitman Chapter
of Miami Beach BBYW.
Charlotte Sandier heads the
arrangements committee and she
will be assisted by Doris Klein.
President of the Debbs Chapter,
Doris Brown, will greet Carol
Potasnick, president of the Zwit-
man group.
To B? Honored
Twelves past presidents ofcj
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
be honored at special ceremonies
Tuesday 8:15 p.m. at Temple Is-
rael.
Outstanding community lead-
ers who have headed the Jewish
service organization during the
past twelve years include, Na-
than Adelman, Isaac Levin, Elry
Stone, Abe Aronovitz, Burnett
Roth, E. Albert Pallot, Louis Hei-
man, Harold Turk, Milton A.
Friedman, Sam Silver and Marx
Faber.
Highlight of the evening's pro-
gram will be descriptions of the
most humorous incident occurring
during the administration of each
president. Characterizations of
these incidents will be portrayed
by lodge members. The program
is under the direction of Sidney
Aronovitz and he will be assisted
by president-elect, John Kronen-
feld. Plans will be discussed for
the installation of officers at a
dinner dance, May 1, at a Beach
hotel.
Seder Set For April 16
The third annual Seder of the
Greater Miaasi Farband branches
will take place on Saturday night
April 16, at the banquet hall of
Temple Beth Sholom.
A special program in the spirit
of traditional Pesach celebration
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Mrs. Laurence Levenson
Annamae Feldman Wed
To Laurence Levenson
The recent marriage of Anna-
mae Feldman of Chicago and
Laurence Levenson, Miami attor-
ney, hoo ueen announced by the
bride's mother, Mrs. Serine Feld-
man.
The ceremony took place at the
Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chi-
cago. Joan Landers was maid of
honor. Other bridal attendants
were Mrs. Robert Glick. Mrs.
Robert Harrison, Mrs. Stuart Gor-
don. Bernadine Schallinger and
Arlene Billow.
Best man was Stuart Gordon
and ushering were Sy Robbins.
Monroe Feldman, Irvin Frum-
berg. Marvin Slung, William Sil-
verman and Robert Harrison.
After a honeymoon at the Boca
Raton Club, the newlyweds are
living at 3920 Garden Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Levenson is associated
with the law firm of Robineau.
Budd, Levenson and Van Devere.
Bride-Elect Feted
A bridal shower for Joyce
Baker, bride-elect of Henry Ro-
man, took place recently at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. Alfred
Lesser, 510 West 31st St., Miami
Beach, with a number of guests
from New York and Massa-
chusetts attending.
Anita Seidel of Massachusetts,
and Arlene Saks and Sylvia Tup-
ler of Miami Beach were
hostesses. They received in the
garden of the Lesser home.
The wedding will take place
April 10 at the Roney Plaza.
!
Personally Speakinq .
Mr. and Mrs. S. Wohlstadter, Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting
their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312
Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach. The visitors will remain until
after Passover.
* *
Hyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island College
of Podiatry, will arrive here next week to spend the Passover
holidays with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht,
128 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aronowitz, 1029 N.W. 31st St., an-
nounce the birth of a son, Marshall Arlen, born March 10 at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* *
Mrs. Herbert Clark and son, Olan, of Trenton, N. J., are
visiting Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall,
3760 N.W. 1st St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Ukman returned to St. Louis, where
they will make their home, after honeymooning at the Catalina
Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Ukman, who has many friends in this
area, graduated from the University of Florida, where he was a
member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
* *
Hosts at a luncheon in the Delano honoring Dr. and Mrs.
Alvan L. Barach of New York were Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Schwartz. Dr. Barach is an eminent chest specialist who flew
here from New Orleans. Other luncheon guests included Dr.
Barach's mother, Mrs. Jennie Barach on vacation in Miami
Beach, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow, and Mrs. Adela Kolisch
of New York.
* *
Announcement has been made of the arrival of Libbie Al-
lene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blasberq, 841 S.W. 11th
St., March 3 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are
Alexander Feinberg, of Springfield, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Bblasberg, of Chicago, 111. Housequest of the new parents
who came here from Springfield to await the blessed event is
Mrs. Lillian Shapiro, sister of Mrs. Blasberg, who leaves to-
morrow for her home.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Sigi Weil, who were married in New York
City on March 20, are honeymooning at the Tides Hotel, Miami
Beach. Mr. Weil is the national youth direvtor of Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi. Mrs. Weil is the former Grace Kate Pollack of Brooklyn,
N. Y. During their two-weeks stay here, the newlyweds are
being entertained by Mrs. Weil's brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Pollack, 3884 N.W. 6th St. The visitors will be
houseguests of the Pollacks next weekend.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schwalb, owners of the Royal Hotel,
Miami Beach, were hosts at an open house at their new home
on Golden Beach in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Albu,
and her daughter who are visiting them from New York. Mr.
Albu will join his wife and daughter later.
* *
Albert J. Hirsch, president of the Royal Beauty Supply Co.,
Miami and West Palm Beach, will leave for New York today to
attend the International Beauty Show at Grand Central Palace,
New York City.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, 435 S.W. 31st Road, will leave for
Havana Sunday on their second honeymoon in celebration of
their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. While in Cuba, they
will stay at the Hotel Nacional.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey, 4245 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a boy, Scott Allan, March 15 at
St. Francis Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William
Jasie, Miami Beach.
Carolyn Saffer, Charles N. Bracker
Married In Temple Israel Ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Bracker
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In a portrait gown of white
lace trimmed with satin Miss
Carolyn Saffer became the bride
of Charles Nathan Bracker Sun-
day at Temple Israel with Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman officiating.
The Rev. Maurice Mamches pro-
vided the nuptial music.
The couple exchanged vows on
the temple dais under a canopy
of greenery and white lillies. The
aisle down which the bride
marched was arched with, minia-
ture orange trees and other tropi-
cal shrubs.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer, 1425
S.W. 18th St. Mr. Bracker is the
son of Mrs. Violet Bracker and
the late Murray Bracker of New
York City.
The bride's gown was fashioned
with a deep off-the-should V
mounted on a white net yoke and
lace panniers bound in satin over
a very full skirt. She wore a
court length veil of illusion and
carried a white bible showered
with white orchids.
The gown was designed by the
bride's aunt, Mrs. Sylvia Reiss,
and was her gift to the bride.
Miss Helene Saffer was her
sister's maid of honor and Mrs.
Mitzi Fisherman was matron of
honor. David Bracker, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
Another brother, Milton, was Un-
able to attend due to newspaper
assignments in South America,
where he represents the New
York Times.
Bridesmaids were Marilyn
Seligman, Rhoda Vogel, Elaine
Etkins and Paula Bracker. They
were attired in 'garden party
frocks of delphinium blue. Ushers
were Bernard Saffer, brother of
the bride, Julian Weinkle, Jack
H. Fields and Willet Fields. Gayle
Brown was flower girl and
Ernice Weinkle officiated as guest
book attendant.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Saffer chose a gown of grey
lace and a corsage of deep pur-
ple orchids. Mrs. Bracker wore
turquoise blue chiffon and lace.
A reception for over a thousand
wedding guests followed the
ceremony on the temple lawn
and in the social halls.
Following the reception the
couple left for a tour of the
south. For the wedding trip Mrs.
Bracker wore a plum-colored suit
with grey accessories, and an or-
chid corsage. The newlyweds will
make their home In New York
City, where Mr. Bracker is in the
plastic accessory business.
Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Anna Fields, grandmother of the
bride, Jack and Willet Fields,
uncles of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Krauss, Mrs. Rose Fried-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sku-
low, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rup-
paport, Dr. Reuben Rappaport,
all of New York City; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Saffer, Mrs. Abe Saf-
fer, Springfield, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Davia bracKer, B. Blumberg
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Shirley Merlin
Shirley Merlin Betrothed
To Daniel L. Fried
The engagement of Shirley
Merlin to Daniel L. Fried has
been announced by her mother,
Mrs Ida Merlin, 1767 S.W. 13th
St
the bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami High School, where she
was a member of Tau Alpha
Omega sorority. While attending
Vanderbilt University, Miss Mer-
lin was affiliated with Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority.
Mr. Fried, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fried, 1630 S.W. 20th
St., attended New York schools,
including Columbia University.
During the war he served five
years in the Army.
Betrothal Announced
The engagement of Patricia
Lois Craig to Eugene A. Brams
has been announced by her mo-
ther, Mrs. Jules N. Craig, 4025
Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach.
Miss Craig, a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High, received her
bachelor's degree cum laude from
the University of Wisconsin,
where she was a member of Phi
Sigma Sigma. She is the daughter
of the late Dr. Craig.
Her fier.Ce, mc son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Brams, Milwaukee,
Vlis, was graduated from the
University of Wisconsin where
he recently received his master's
degree in the field of agronomy
and soil physics. As a Navy
lieutenant, he served in the Paci-
fic.
Mildred Sherman And Marvin Marshall
Exchange Vows In New Jersey Ceremony
Mildred Sherman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sherman
Asbury Park, N. J., became the
bride of Marvin Marshall, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall
3760 N.W. 1st St., formerly of
Trenton, on February 20 at the
Jewish War Veterans Post Home
Asbury Park.
The ceremony was performed
by Rabbi Meyer Cohen of Con-
gregation Sons of Israel, Asbury
Park. Mrs. Philip Newman was
soloist.
The bride was attired in a
beige crepe dress with brown ac-
cessories and a corsage of orchids.
Mrs. Martin J. Michaels, As-
bury Park, matron of honor for
her sister, wore a cinnamon silk
dress with bead trim and a cors-
age of roses. Herbert Clark of
Trenton was best man for his
brother-in-law.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Sherman chose a grey silk
dress with a corsage of yellow
roses. The bridegroom's mother
wore aquamarine silk with a cors-
age of red roses.
A reception was held at the
Post Home following the cere-
mony.
The couple honeymooned In
New York and are now residing
in Miami
Mrs. Marsiiaii was graduated
from Asbury Park High School.
Her husband is a graduate of
Trenton High School and is now
working in television here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marshall
Faye Muriel Zwick
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick, 2800
Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Faye Muriel,
to Arnold Francis Wilpon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilpon,
2761 S.W. 16th St.
Misc ZwicK attended Miami
Senior High School and is now a
junior at the University of Miami
where she is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Wilpon attended New York
University for two years and
was graduated from the School
of Business Administration at the
University of Miami. He is fi-
nancial secretary of Tropical
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Miami
Beach.
An August wedding is planned.
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included Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gerbert, Houston, Texas; Mr. and
Mrs. Meye, Kastoff and Mr. and
Mrs. Goldberg. Toronto, Canada;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Golden, Mrs.
L Koplin, Washington,* D. C;
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TEMPLE ISAIAH
"The Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach"
will sponsor
A Community Passover Seder
APRIL 13th AND 14th, 7:00 P.M.
conducted by
Rabbi David Raab
AT THE CADILLAC HOTEL
3925 COLLINS AVENUE
FOR RESERVATIONS
Phone: Henri. Maitre d'hote 5-0711
or Mrs. Jack Brodsky 6-5505; Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter 5-2475;
Mrs. Ben Silver 6-4378
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CLINTON MARKET
827 Washington Ave.
CLOVER SUPER FOOD
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1160 Normandy Drive
COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER
453 41st St.
CROWN MARKET
1122 15th St.
DREXEL MARKET
1447 Drexel Ave.
EMPIRE MARKET
78 Collins Ave.
FIFTH ST. MARKET
938 5th St.
FOOD MART
7440 Collins Ave.
GENERAL FOOD MARKET
552 Washington Ave.
HARRY'S MARKET
732 6th St.
IMPERIAL MARKET
1444 Drexel Ave.
LOBEL'S MARKET
1407 Washington Ave.
LUNDY'S MARKET
1435 Washingtn Ave.
MALADOFSKY MARKET
618 Collins Ave.
M MARCUS
1055 Washington Ave.
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509 Meridian Ave.
MERLIN DELICATESSEN
320 Collins Ave.
OCEANS1DE MARKET
7451 Collins Ave.
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1447 Pennsylvania Ave.
RAPHH/S DELICACY SHOP
521 41st St.
SCHIFTS DELICATESSEN
1600 Lenox Ave.
TABLE SUPPLY
840 6th St.
THRIFTY SUPER MARKET
519 Washington Ave.
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635 Washington Ave.
VICTORY MARKET
929 Washington Ave.
WASHINGTON MARKET
1051 Washington Ave.
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1695 Alton Road
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87 Washington Ave.
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I 1949

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Passover Information
By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
WE OFFKULLY REPRESENT
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funeral Director
1. The statements: "We have a
traditional Seder;" "Passover
meals served;" "A cantor will
conduct Seder services" or even
"A rabbi will lead in the Seder
services" does not always prove
that the place is kosher.
2. Before you make your re-
servations, make inquiry of an
authentic orthodox rabbi to veri-
fy whether the place is really
kosher.
3. Places which are kosher to-
day may not be kosher the next
day since things change very
rapidly here. Find out about the
Kashruth before making reserva-
tions.
4. No product should be pur-
chased unless the identity of the
endorser is ascertained.
5. Whisky is forbidden for
Passover. Cognac or Shlivovitz
which bears an endorsement from
an authorized orthodox rabbi may
be used for Passover. The Great-
er Miami Vaad Hakashruth ad-
vises the public to buy, at least,
"Carmel Wine" (from Israel) for
the Sedorim.
a. If you are unable to buy
wine or schnaps from Israel, buy
only those products which bear
an endorsement from a recogn-
ized rabbi on the original label
of the bottle. This endorsement
should be part of the original
package. If you have any doubt,
call 5-3595 for information.
6. "Kitnios" such as string
beans, green peas, lima beans,
etc. are forbidden for Passover.
7. Use the Matzo labeled "For
Passover Use Only." Be careful
on this point, since there are
matzos of well-known brands
which are not Kosher for Pass-
over. They may be used for
Chometz only.
8. For the Sedorim, get "Matzo
Shmura" if possible. It must be
ordered in advance.
9. To those who eat whole-
wheat Matzos during Passover
week, it is important for them
to know that for the Seder cere-
mony: for the three Matzos of
the "K'oro" (dish for the head
of the table); for the "Korach"
(the sandwich) and the Afikomen,
they must use plain Matzo.
10. For "Karpas" or sweet
herbs, you may use the follow-
ing: celery, potatoes, parsley,
radishes, etc.
11. For "Moror" or bitter herbs
the best and most proper herb to
be used is "lettuce." Horse-
radish may also be use but let-
tuce is preferable.
12. Statements, labels or signs
"Passover Cake;" "Holyday
Cake;" "Kosher l'Pesach" or for
"Yom Tov" does not mean that
the cake is Kosher for Passover.
Unless the cake is in a sealed con-
tainer, from an authorized au-
thentic Rabbi, it should not be
used for Passover. This applies to
all kosher products.
13. Milk bearing the endorse-
ment of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth may be obtained from
the Home Milk Co. and the
Borden's Milk Co.
14. The dairy products of the
Sunny Brook Creamery and of
the Raskas Dairy Co. is Kosher
for the use of Passover.
15. Tea and coffee of the Fla-
mingo Coffee Co. which bears
the endorsement of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth is Kosher
for Passover use.
16. Mechiras Chometz (selling
of Chometz) may take place until
Wednesday. April 13 at 10:30 a.m.
Unless you sell your Chometz be-
jfore Passover, you cannot use it
after Passover. This service is
done by the rabbis of the syna-(
gogues. Attend to it early.
17. The time for "B'dikas
Chometz" (check-up on Chometz
to see that all Chometz was
cleaned out) is Tuesday, April 12
right after sunset.
18. Wednesday, April 13 is a
"Ta-anis B'chorim" (a fast day
for the first-born). Participation
is a "S'udas Mitzvah" such as a
Siyum etc. frees them from fast-
ing. A Siyum will take place at
the various synagogues at Wed-
nesday morning services.
19. The latest time for eating
Chometz this vear is Wednesday,
April 13 at 9:30 a.m. The latest
hour to dispose of the Chometz
(S'raifas Chometz) is Wednesday,
April 13, 10:40 in the morning.
20. Wednesday, April 13the
WHOLE DAYit is prohibited to
eat Matzo until the "Seder Cere-
mony." From 9:30 a.m. to 4:27
p.m. you may eat Matzo pudding,
Matzo Kneidlach, potato pudding,
boiled potatoes and fruits, etc.
After 4:27 p.m. until the Seder
ceremony, only fruits may be eat-
en, if necessary.
21. Further information apper-
taining to Passover Kashruth or
Kashruth in general may be ob-
tained by calling the director of
the Greater Miami Vaad Kakash-
rus, 5-3595.
Dr. Springmyer
Opens Clinic Here
Dr. Clifton Springmyer has an-
nounced the opening of the 79th
Street Clinic, 249 N.W. 79th St.,
of which he will be director. Spe-
cializing in the treatment of
nervous conditions and chronic
infections, the clinic will also
handle general practice cases.
A native of Idaho, Dr. Spring-
myer has been director of Cen-
tral Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona, for
the past several years. He at-
tended Hollywood High School,
Hollywood, Cal., and college in
Los Angeles. He resides at 249
N.W. 79th St. with his mother,
Mrs. Faye Springmyer.
B'nai B nth B & P Unit
To Hold Games Party
A benefit games party is plan-
ned by the Emma Lazarus Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith, Business and
Professional Women, Tuesday at
8:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, it
is announced by Miss Ethel Pont,
president.
Chairman of the affair is Edyth
Fleischer, who will be assisted by
Betty Bard, Connee Kahn, Doro-
thy Weinberg, Ruth Jenson and
Dolly Lerner.
Tickets are $1.50 per person and
may be secured at the door. Pro-
ceeds of the affair will be al-
located to the group's community
service program. The public is
invited to attend.
DOV Chapter To Meet
The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organization will meet
Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Beth
El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave.
Card games and refreshments will
follow the business meeting.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
The Raphaels
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PAGE ELEVEN

IN THE MAIL
Unwarranted
March 30, 1949
The Editor
Jewish Flond.an
Tarn not in the habit of rush-
J iSo print to engage in con-
Serial debates. For some time
have forced myself to res.st an
nner compulsion to answer
ui-rv simonrioff on some of the
Harrv Simonnori on sonic oi .c
Vttacks he has engaged in in his
Smn "Til Say" in your pub-
Sn Very often his attacks
i sharp and unfair. However,
calmer judgment warned me
were sharp and unfair. However,
Z calmer judgment warned me
aeainst engaging in that kind of
fieht Undoubtedly, there is good
and bad intermingled in every-
thing, and I suppose it is the way
if a columnist to high-light and
exaggerate the bad things and to
forget the over-balancing per-
centage of good. It seemed to me
that if these attacks served no
other purpose than to keep people
and institutions on guard, and if
these attacks do not otherwise
hurt the causes for which we are
all working, they may serve some
useful purpose.
However, when I got back from
New York last Saturday and read
Harry's article in the issue of
Friday, March 25, my blood pres-
sure went ud to unprecedented
heights. I felt that this time Harry
succeeded in doing irreparable
harm to ;i project and to indi-
viduals that have received the
deserved pK.udits and admiration
of every impartial person. In this
article Harry lias brushed aside
all restraints of decency and all
regard for truth in order to vent
his spleen and bitterness, which
undoubtedly springs from some
personal motivations which have
nothing to do with the merits of
the case.
I am particularly disturbed by
Harry's attack on the American
Zionist Emergency Council chap-
ter in the Greater Miami area for
alleged improper handling of
funds raised by it. In a moment
I will prove how unwarranted
this attack is and let the facts
speak for themselves, but why
couldn't he have at least waited
for another day instead of at this
time when we are in the midst
of a most difficult campaign for
the Combined United Jewish Ap-
peal to bring poison, suspicion,
and doubts into the minds of the
apathetic or unwilling contribu-
tors.
As chairman of the 1948 Special
Save the State of Israel Cam-
paign, I hereby declare that every
penny of the $13,000 that was
raised in the rally at Bayfrqnt
Park, in which Senator Pepper
participated, was received by me
and turned over to the Save the
State of Israel Fund. The Zionist
Emergency Council of Greater
Miami, under whose auspices that
rally was conducted, did not even
deduct the expenses for same. It
is true that at the rally that pre-
ceded it several weeks before at
Flamingo Park, under the same
auspices, a sum of about $18,000
was raised in response to an ap-
peal by Dr. David Andron "for
he battle of Israel on all its
fronts the military, the political
and the established fund raising
projects." This money was di-
vided into three partsfor the
i?uah' Jew"h National Fund,
and the Greater Miami Emergency
J-ouncil. Simonhoff should have
known that at that moment the
Save the State of Israel Cam-
paign had not been launched, that
" was lho Jewish National Fund
v h was advancing heavy mil-
lions to the Haganah from its
"Che3.uers in Israel to fight the
war. The Jewish National Fund
was feeding the soldiers and pro-
in Lng4urd for military outposts
m ail the far-flung parts of the
Negev. the Galillee, etc. It was
JmLk ''nd money through the
wish National Fund and diffi-
cult to get U through the Haganah
\Z rv'"u* reasons, and this mat-
er or bookkeeping in Israel was
sow ave\' for its People, its
count Sl ,the Protection of the
Jew.hyMfl?m conquest, and the
inS National Fund was itself
holding?. '" Preservi"8 i^ land
ianip pvpninn jhg cele-
a wire
which
brat nn .n ever>iriR of tl
oratmn a Flamingo Park,
** read to the public
wac __ 7 ""- puuiiv wnicn
Amp i^1Vod y th* head of the
cSanTx Zionist Emergency
admnn uDl' Abba Hillel Silver.
Son hJn5uUS that in ,he cele"
the l',he Jewish State and
bv the n1^ "^cognition of it
3wt weHM.. S,3tes Govern-
B5> m ? h.uUld- not be lulled to
'rnrnedh.t l lrnPrtance of its
*dy h,rPr0gram' because aN
y lhere was in the air pros-
pects of nefarious activity to de-
stroy the vitality of the State of
Israel, on the part of he British
Foreign Office and the "little
foxes" in our own State Depart-
ment. This was evidenced since
in the vacillations of our own
government that followed and
the subsequent efforts to prohibit
the United Nations Commission
to enter Palestine and pave the
way for the Provisional Govern-
ment, and to impose such meas-
ures as a trusteeship, a somewhat
improved Morrison-Grady Plan,
and the Bernadotte maneuvers.
I also want to call attention to
the attack made by Simonhoff
on the projected sending of a
leading non-Jew from this com-
munity on a Study Tour of Is-
rael being arranged under the
auspices of the American Chris-
tian Palestine Committee. This is
not an inspiration proposed by
the Greater Miami Zionist Emerg-
ency Council. This is the result of
a directive from the American
Zionist Emergency Council and
the delegates to this tour are be-
ing sent from all parts of the
country. Forces are still being
aligned against us for a large
program of dangerous activity
under the auspices of the Pro-
Arab League, the British, the oil
companies and certain missionary
agencies. A pro-Arab seminar is
being held at the American Uni-
versity in Beirut this coming
summer and the above mentioned
agencies have invited as their
guests several members from all
th leading universities from all
regions of the United States.
They are coming back with poi-
sonous propaganda. Our local
choice was made for certain ob-
vious reasons which we cannot al-
ways publicly expose. It is my
feeling, as well as that of almost
everyone else, that in the ten
months of the existence of the
new Greater Miami Zionist
Emergency Council more has
been accomplished than in the
twenty-five years preceding it
under other leadership as prac-
tically everything had been sadly
and sorely neglected. The Greater
Miami Zionist Council is the most
representative and the most
democratic institution in our com-
munity.
Mr. Simonhoff must use
SAICHEL and adhere to the
warning of our teachers. "Cha-
chomim Nizharu Bedivraichem."
Wise men beware of your words
and please consult those who
know authoritative facts before
making public utterances.
Very truly yours,
ABRAHAM GOODMAN.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Qertier Top Soil Co. at 1063 N. W.
5th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER
3/25 4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DRAKE VILLAS at number 7730
Tatum Waterway in the City of Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACOB FRIEDl'S
CLAIRE FRIEDL'S
liHoRGE J. TALIANOFF
\ttorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
4/1-8-16-M-S9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
BM1I. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Mjsm.ss mh.I.t the fictitious name of
EOI'I.K S MEAT SUPPLY; PRO-
M ;;,,^KAT. MARKET; PEOPLE'S
MARKET; PEOPLE PRODI'CK
PEOPLE'S PRODUCE MARKET; at
number 2323 N. E. Miami Court In
the ( I y of Miami, Florida, Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
'I* 'PLK'S MEAT SUPPLY INC
Bv JOSEPH (HAK, Treas
c.KOKCIO J TAI.IANOFF,
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
4/1-8-15-22
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
(II.DADE COUNTY, FIX.IRIDA-
1N' CHANCERY. No. 123437.
EDITH KIPRAIS, Plaintiff, vs MEL-
VIN KIPRAIS, Defendant. '
TO MKLVIN KIPRAIS
43:. Ft. Washington Ave.
New York, N. Y.
toil are hereby ordered to file your
appearance of answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by EDITH KIPRAIS on or before
the 28 day of April, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed against you
DONE AND ORDERED THIS 28
day of March, 1949.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/1-8-15-22
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 123374.
SARAH HUDSON, Plaintiff, vs. MAR-
SHALL R. HUDSON, Defendant.
TO: MARSHALL R. HUDSON
1504 South Perry
Montgomery, Alabama.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to
file your appearance or answer to the
Kill of Complaint for divorce filed
against you by SARAH HUD80N on
or before the 28 day of April, 1949.
otherwi.se the allegations of said Bill
will he taken as confessed against you.
DONE and ORDERED this 28 day
Of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
TURK & NEWMAN
Solicitors for Plaintiff
4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT L>F THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
122486.
IRVING GOLDBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
PEARL GOLDBERG. Defendant.
You, PEARL GOLDBERG. 710 Pan-
coast Street. Dlckson City. Pennsyl-
vania, are notified to file your ap-
pearance In the above cause for di-
vorce on the 28 day of March. A.D.
1949, otherwise decree pro confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated this 18 day of February,
A.D. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 123417.
HELEN WELLS PUFFER, Plaintiff,
vs. GORGE DEWEY PUFFER. De-
fendant.
TO: GEORGE DEWEY PUFFER.
Defendant
214 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, New York
You are hereby ordered to appear
in the above styled cause for divorce
on or before April 26. 1949, or De-
cree Pro Confesso will "be entered
"YhJnVaND ORDERED this 26 day
of March. A.D. 1949. __. KT
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of said Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
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Katz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
A. Katz, 335 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. on the Work-
men's Circle Plot at Mount Sinai
Cemetery.
Mr. Katz was the financial sec-
retary of the Workmen's Circle
convalescent committee for Great-
er Miami, member of B'nai B'rith,
director of the Workmen's Circle
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Jewish
Social Service Organization.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Abramson Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam
Abramson, formerly of 1131 West
Ave., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mount
Sinai Cemetery. Friends and rela-
tives are requested to be present.
Academy Students To
Attend Services Daily
With the establishment of the
Shachrith Club, the pupils of the
Hebrew Academy have decided to
attend services each weekday
morning at 7:30 and each Satur-
W
day morning at 9 at the school
auditorium. 01
"This activity," Principal Sol
Sugarman announced. "will iv
he pupils andother opportitj
to translate their academic sturiiZ
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MRS. HATTIE BROWNSTEIN
Age 53, of 6466 8.W. 15th St.. pnsspd
away Saturday morning at a local
hospital. Survivors include one
daughter, Mr. Sylvia Hujaky, and
one son, Sidney. Arrangements were
supervised by Riverside Memoral
Chapel Interment was in Mt, Blnal
Cemetery with Uabhi Murray Orauer
officiating.
JACOB WEINSTEIN
Former resident of Miami, died
aboard a ship en route to Israel. He
leaves two daughters and two sons.
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At the speakers' table at the donor dinner given by the
Council of Pioneer Women's Organisations of Greater Miami
February 13 at the Colony Restaurant are (L to r.) Mr. Max
Shapiro; Rabbi Shapiro; Dvorah Rothbard, guest speaker; Mrs.
Isaac Kaplan, chairman and toastmistress; Mrs. Henry Seillin.
who welcomed the guests; Dr. Donald Michelson. director of the
University of Miami Hillel House.
Children Of Blue
Mountain Camp
Hold Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Escoll,
owners of the Blue Mountain
Camps for Boys and Girls in the
Pocono Mountains of Pennsyl-
vania, were hosts Sundav after-
noon at a camp reunion and party
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, where
they are now stopping for a few
weeks.
The children had refreshments
on the outdoor dining terrace and
swam in the hotel pool. Attend-
ing the reunion were: Marshall
and Nancy Pepper, Elaine and
Kermit Imbrey, Judy Myers, Anr
drea Ruskin, Harry Levous, Jewel
Muravchick, Gary and Linda
Rovin, Marcie Feingold, Richard
Jablon, Ruth Keyser, Dorothy Al-
baum, Bobby Sachs, Lucille Bar-
son. Sheila and Linda Graf.
Miss Renee Levous, one of the
swimming instructors at the camp,
helped supervise the children
while they were swimming in the
pool and in the ocean. Miss Le-
vous was herself a camper at the
Blue Mountain Camp for ten sea-
sons. She now lives with her
parents and brother at 2133
Meridan Ave., Miami Beach, and
is the local representative for the
camp.
Since there are so many chil-
dren who have summered at Blue
Mountain Camp in the area at
the present time, Mr. and Mrs.
Escoll have decided to hold beach
parties every Sunday afternoon
during the month of April at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel.
All campers of Blue Mountain
and friends who are considering
joining Blue Mountain are in-
vited to attend. Anyone wishing
to be present may call Mr. Escoll
at the Ritz Plaza Hotel or his
sister, Mrs. Mannheimer, at the
Mannheimer Private School, Mi-
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E. Albert Pallot
E. Albeit Pallot was recently
elected exalted ruler of the Mi-
ami Lodge NO. 948, B.P.O.E. Pal-
lot, who is president of the B'nai
B'rith Council of Greater Miami,
is a former assistant attorney
general of the state of Florida
and is former attorney for the
Florida state board of adminis-
tration. He has served as presi-
dent of the Miami YMHA, presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, master of Hibiscus Lodge
and Coconut Grove Lodge F. &
A.M., and patron of the Order
of the Eastern Star.
Other officers are: W. A. Ca-
shon, esteemed leading knight;
Daniel G. Satin, esteemed loyal
knight; Henry Noyer, esteemd
lcturing knight; R. E. Norcross,
secretary; A J. Cornfield, treas-
urer; Herbert Chase, tiler, Wil-
liam Shayne. trustee. Holdover
trustees include: Hugh H. Canny,
Robert H. Wetmore, J. R. Fitz-
patrick and Dudley M. Cawthon.
REFINED BUSINESS LADY
in her thirties
Wishes to meet gentleman
in his forties
State phone number if possible
Write H. L.
Box 2973, Miami 18
The Family of the Late
ELIZABETH RAFF
Gratefully acknowledges
the honor and respect paid
by her friends to her
memory by their presence
at the unveiling of a stone
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery on
Sunday, March 27th.
PAGE THIRTEEN
New Youth Village To Benefit From
Pioneer Women's Dance And Bazaar
Kfar Noar, a youth village just
being launched outside of Jeru-
salem, will be one of the Pio-
neer Women projects in Israel
that will benefit from the dance
tomorrow evening and the bazaar
that wiU continue each afternoon
and evening through Tuesday,
April 5, at the Million Dollar
Pier, Ocean Drive and Biscayne
St. The Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women is sponsoring
the series of activities.
Clara Leff, Jewish National
Fund chairman of Pioneer Wom-
en, will participate in the cere-
monies to be held at the dance
which will open the bazaar to-
morrow evening at 8:30. .
Among other feature events of
the bazaar will be movies, to be
shown each evening except Sat-
urday. Movies will be continuous
throughout the evening. There
will be no charge for admission
to the movies.
Mrs. Jsaac Kaplan, council
chairman, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, ba-
zaar chairman, and Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, bazaar co-chairman, have
been assisted in this undertaking
by many workers. Among those
who have headed committees or
have been especially active in ob-
taining merchandise for the ba-
zaar are the Mesdames Albert,
Bloch, broay, Borenstein, Brand,
Brodes, Coulton, DeYong, David-
son, Esther, Feinstone, Goldblatt
Frey, Faber, Fiedler, Goldberg,
Hurwitz, Kunin, Kogan, LandLs,
Leavitt, Marcus, Minowitz, Push-
kin, Packer, Rosenberg, Rosen-
stein, Rosen, Rudes, Sandier,
Stern, Shapoff, Shedroff, Sootin,
Smith, Shapiro, Shubow, Washer,
Weiss, Wittner and Zorehkey.
Of interest to mothers of young
children will be the "baby sitting
booth." Mothers may leave their
children at the booth while they
shop or attend other events of
the bazaar.
A refreshment stand will be
open all afternoon and evening
during bazaar days. Sandwiches
and drinks, plus a variety of
home-made cakes and delicacies,
will be served.
Jr. Hadassah To
Sponsor Dance
All youth groups in Miami and
Miami Beach are invited to an
April Fool's Frolic to be held by
the Junior Hadassah at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel at 8:30 p.m. tomor-
row. Proceeds will be donated to
Meier Shefeyah, the orphaned
children's village in Israel.
A meeting of the Miami unit
of the group will be held Monday
night at 8 o'clock at the Miami Y.
At a meeting of the Southern
regional board of Junior Hadas-
sah the following local residents
were appointed chairmen: Sandra
Friedman, education; Doris Par-
do, political and American af-
fairs; Roslyn Soltz, fund raising;
Rita Rosenberg, bulletin; Selma
Lewis, Young Judaea.
Present at the meeting were:
Club Everglades No. 1050 of
the Workmen's Circle will spon-
sor a boat ride April 10 at 8 p.m.
on the Seminole Queen No. II,
which leaves from Pier 6, Miami
Yacht Basin.
Frieda Ankus treasurer of the
southern region; Chickie Cohen,
recording secretary of the region;
Elaine Sachs, president of the
Miami unit.
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JewMtier Mian
FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949
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Anti-Discrimination Measures Revealed
(Continued from Page 2)
realistic way to begin to tackle
the problem."
Here in the guise of a solu-
tion, we find the old quota sys-
tem with which we have been
plagued at hospitals, schools
and down the line.
Another personnel man said
that the best solution to the
problem that he could suggest is
early religious training and ed-
ucation. "It is work for the teach-
er and the minister and the
social worker and should be be-
gun early. It's a very unpleasant
task for us to have to perform
as part of our job, and, I believe,
a rather fruitless one."
The Jewish agency manager
who attributed the discrimination
by Jewish employers to their de-
sire to escape from their identity
with Judaism recommended that
these employers be made aware
of the scorn which their attitude
evokes in their Gentile friends
and associates.
If they could only be made to
realize the indignation that they
bring upon themselves, they
would discontinue this practice.
Since these articles were begun.
steps have been taken to form
an organization which will be de-
voted to discriminatory employ-
ment problems.
One method of combatting dis-
crimination which has been sug-
gested by our readers is an old
Irish one that has been used very
effectively on many occasions:
the bovcott. "When there is con-
clusive evidence that the owner
of a business has refused to hire
Jewish help," they advise, "do
not patronize him. Purchase your
goods in other stores, eat in other
restaurants, move into other ho-
tels. Make the man who is guilty
realize that discrimination is un-
profitable as well as despicable,
that it won't pay off in terms of
dollars and cents."
We do not profess to know a
cure-all for the problem which
has been haunting the Jews and
other minority groups throughout
history, but we do know that
progress has been achieved when
public pressure has played a
significant role in the fight.
If any of you who are guilty
have reversed your policy through
our efforts or if we have merely
made you think about the prob-
lem, these articles will have
served their purpose.
William Hertz, A Patron Of
Yiddish Literature
Gables Women To
Hold Games Nite
A parody on radio dramas en-
titled, "Behind the Scenes in Soap
Opera" will be featured at "Night
of Games" sponsored by the Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women, Sat-
urday, April 9, at the Coral
Gables Women's Club, East Ponce
de Leon Blvd. at Santillane Ave.
Appearing in the comic drama
will be the Mesdames Gail Po-
dell, Thelma Rothstein, Rose
Heines, Ray Matlin and Gertrude
Hechler. The production will be
directed by Mrs. Edward Mane
Co-chairmen of the evening will
be Mrs Arnold Lewis and Mrs.
Sam Freeman, and the assisting
committee will include the Mes-
dames Sylvia Blumston, Betty
Jacobson, Herbert Rothstein, Nor-
man Rothstein, Louis Heines, and
Herman Fisher.
Members of the Coral Gables
Men's Lodge will be invited to
participate in the games follow-
ing the program. Bridge and mah
jong tables have been planned.
Refreshments will be served and
prizes awarded. Tickets at 75
cents may be obtained from
members or at the door, it is an-
nounced by Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
president. Proceeds will be al-
located for the group's commun-
ity service projects and its vet-
erans' service program at the
Pratt Veterans' Hospital.
B'nei Akiva To Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Sigi Weil will be
guests at a meeting of B'nei
Akiva, the religious Zionist youth
of Hapoel Hamizrachi, Sunday at
7:30 p.m. at the Beth El Center,
500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mr. Weil is
the national secretary of B'nei
Akiva.
The second of a series of lec-
tures on "Hapoel Hamizrachi, Its
Ideology and Program" wju ^
given, by Marvin Zalis.
PASSOVER
GOODMAN'S
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The select circle of friends and
admirers of William Hertz were
deeply shocked at the news of his
death in New York City. Mr.
Hertz is survived by his widow.
Mrs. Lillian Hertz, his daughter,
Mrs. Frieda Lustgarten, besides
two brothers and a sister of New
York City. In 1937, Mr. Hertz re-
tired from the textile business he
had built up in Patterson, New
Jersey, and moved to Miami. He
lived in retirement at 1371 Thir-
teenth Terr., Miami Beach, and
was a member of the YMHA.
B'nai B'rith, Mental Health So-
ciety, and the Society for the
Hard of Hearing.
William Hertz lived through a
critical era in* Jewish life. Born
in Poland, in 1886. in a strictly
Orthodox family, he received a
Talmudic training at a Yeshiva.
At the age of 21, he broke away
from his Hassidic environment
and joined the Socialistic cle-
ment, air.ong whom the Russian
Revolution was already brewing.
His entire outlook went through
the transformation from extreme
piety to extreme liberalism. He
soon found it necessary to emi-
grate. In the United States, he
served his apprecenticeship as
laborer, shop operator, until he
finally prospered in the textile
business.
His real interest, however, lay
in books. Learned in Hebrew, he
also read profusely in English.
But he was passionately devoted
to Yiddish literature. An ardent
member of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute, he worked constantly to
increase its cultural collections.
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besides helping financially. Mr.
Hertz' death will be a severe loss
to a number of Yiddish writers,
whom he encouraged, assisted,
and in some cases almost sup-
ported. In his demise, Yiddish lit-
erature has lost a supporter and
Yiddish authors a patron.
At the age of 63, Mr. Hertz re-
mained a staunch liberal with
Socialistic leanings. At no time
censorious or critical of others,
he pursued a rational and human-
itarian attitude towards life and
society. A born intellectual, he
nevertheless could succeed in
business. Secular minded, he
could understand, appreciate, and
evaluate Jewish Orthodoxy. A
non-Zionist, he was deeply stirred
by the rebirth of the Jewish State.
Those who knew Mr. Hertz could
appreciate his dispassionate al-
truism, his detached liberalism,
his high ideals and his unim-
peachable integrity. His passing
is a loss not only to his family
but to the circle of friends who
could understand and admire
him.
Joyce Voelker To Speak
Joyce Voelker. fashion editor
of the Miami Daily News, will
speak on "What Miami Women
Should Wear" at a meeting of
the Miami Chapter of the Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Home to be
held Monday, April 11, at 1:30
p.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall of
the home, 4250 West Flagler St.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
Girls" Camp To
Open In Florida
The opening of Camp Robbins
for Girls at Lake Como has been
announced. The Florida vacation
spot is situated midway between
Orlando and Jacksonville and
the camp boasts two spring-fed
lakes on 15 acres of rolling coun-
try.
Operated by Dorothy and Jacob
Robbins. former practicing New-
York attorneys, Camp Robbins
specializes in an elastic program
of activities. Athletics are sup-
plemented with more relaxing di-
versions such as dramatics, art,
; cooking, and reading in a well-
stocked library.
No uniforms are required and
the management supplies blank-
ets, pillows and linen. Fees are
all-inclusive.
Campers are housed, according
to the Robbins, in a lodge with
six baths. Personal inspection by
parents (who may secure accom-
modations nearby) is invited. Re-
servations may be obtained by
calling at 2292 or by writing to
the owners at Lake Como.
Tropical Beer Party
B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge No.
1713 will have a business meeting
Monday at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Y, followed by a beer
party at a place to be announced.
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B'nai B'rith Council Formulates Plans
For Second Annual Benefit Carnival
Plais arc under way for the
R'lith Council's second an-
Bna fit carnival, according
rln^no-ncSSint'by Chair-
t0 t.iIm P Channing.
ml alldav Passover festival
11,6 iVn at 2 d m. Sunday, April
fS continue until midnight.
17. and coin ^ wlth
BnaJ?hst week and set up
chanTnlinV at the Beach Y,
roundofPthe carnival and have
scene oi l"- of booth and
indl,P on Sholem Lodge Miami
concession, a sho]em Women>
BnH Tropical Lodge will operate
SU The Emma Lazarus Chap-
^iil sell Passover sherbet and
teff, di-inks while the Zwitman
s0, ?' RRYW will run fortune
SB! bootlwnd a kissing booth.
teiiii'B w r>,.KiQ T.nrtep is ex-
Isaac Levin Lodge, Donald Ean-
ett; FDR Chapter, BBYM, Joel
Vogel.
Women's Chapter of B'nai
B'rith and BBYW Groups also
plan to join in the spring drive
with quotas set for them by the
Women's District Grand Lodge.
Men, women or young adults who
wish to join B'nai B'rith may call
the B'nai B'rith Council office at
3-6306 for details.
,j to award merchandise and chairman, announces.
pe^rv orizes at their booth and
S'-CW'.11 r nriao and Women's
TheCoral Gables Lodge (is ex
ec
forth ^nore Lodge and Women
Chapter will present unusual
SAfto ChanHn,Hngfo?idthye
rideS will be provided for the
vounger children in the afternoon
ffa dance orchestra will be pro-
vided from 9 P.m. to 12. Each
Sdje and chapter will decorate
S booths in keeping with the
k.1 dav spnit and the 'nai B'rith
SSSl L announced that ,, 13-
inch trophy will be awarded at
he close of the festivities to that
R'nai B'rith- unit whose conces-
sion is selected as being "unique
and most attractive.
The carnival wil mark the
launching of the B'nai B'rith
Council's spring membership
drive, according to E. Albert Pal-
lot, council president, and mem-
bership booths will be operated
all day to enroll men, women and
youth'in the nation's oldest Jew-
ish service organization.
There will be no admission
charge to the carnival, and the
public is invited.
Plans for a spring membership
drive have been announced by
E. Albeit Pallot, president of the
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Council. The drive will be
launched on Sunday, April 17,
with the carnival and a goal of
300 new members has been set
by George Bertman, Greater Mi-
ami drive chairman. Serving on
Betnan's committee will be Mark
BBverstein, financial secretary
of the council, and Miss Edith
Simmons, Emma Lazarus Busi-
ness and Professional Women.
Named as membership chairman
for individual B'nai B'rith units
are: Sholem Lodge, Sherburt
Weiss: Miami Beach Lodge, Bar-
nett Beckcrman; North Shore
Lodge, Sam Weinield; Tropical
Lodge, Mike Sussman; Coral
Gables Lodge, Leonard Spiegel;
Beach Hadassah
To Hold Dance
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Senior Hadassah will hold its an-
nual dinner dance Sunday, April
10, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel, Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan is co-
chairman of the event and in
charge of reservations. Proceeds
are earmarked for the Hadassah
Medical Fund. For reservations
call 5-5224.
Hebrew School to
Sponsor Seder
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will hold a com-
munity Seder Wednesday, April
13, at 6:30 p.m. in the dining
room of the school building, 1101
S.W. 12th Ave., according to an
announcement by Adolph Feld-
man, overall chairman.
The Seder will be conducted by
Rabbi Simon April and the rules
of Kashruth will be strictly ob-
served in preparing the dinner.
Tickets will be $5 for adults
and $3 for children up to 12 years
of age.
Feldman will be assisted by
William Weintraub. Reservations
must be made in advance and
may be made by calling Mrs.
Sophie Moss at 9-1536 or Mrs.
Herbert Feldan at 3-6191.
Miami Y Sewing Class
The formation of a sewing
course for women at the Miami
Y has been, announced by Mrs.
Abe Cutler, chairman.
The course will be given on
Thursday afternoons at 2 o'clock
in the lounge at the Y. The fee is
$5, which covers the instructions
but not the material, which each
student must purchase for her-
self. The instructor is Mrs. Martin
Rubinstein.
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Due to the Passover holidays
the date of the Miami Ladies
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged board meeting has been
changed to Tuesday, April 5, at
1 p.m. at the Beth El Center, 500
S.W. 17th Ave.
Mrs. Etha Beck, president,
urges all board members to be
present.
Miami Y Will Sponsor
Jewish Music Festival
In celebration of Jewish Music
Month, the Miami YM & YWHA
will sponsor a program of Jewish
music Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
Participants in the program
will be the Jewish Folk Chorus,
conducted by Ben Yomen; Dr.
Paul Beck, vocalist; and the Ha-
bomim Folk Dancers.
Admission is free.
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Max P. Feld, certified public
accountant, announces the open-
ing of offices at 835 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, today.
A graduate of the College of
the City of New York with the
degree of Bachelor of Business
Administration, Feld has been a
resident of the Miami area for
the past five years. Most recently
he held the position of super-
vising senior accountant with the
firm of Weber, Thompson and
Lefcourt.
Feld plans to specialize in in-
come taxes, accounting systems,
and industrial management in
which fields he has had varied
experience.
Dr. Elliott To Speak
Dr. John Elliott, director of
research at the Dade County
Blood Bank, will address the
members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith luncheon club today at
12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner
Restaurant, Seybold Arcade. Dr.
Elliott's topic will be "Reorgan-
ization of the Blood Bank."
Bill Pallot, luncheon chairman,
will introduce the speaker.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 1. \%
Home For Aged
Group To Meet
Eugene Heiman
Chosen TEP Head
A general membership meeting
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m.
at the new Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave., according to Judge
Harold B. Spaet, president.
The business agenda will con-
sist of the executive director*!
report and reports of committees.
Appearing on the program will
be Ruth Brotman and Dr. Paul
Beck in solo and duet, accom-
panied at the piano by Anyuta
Melicov.
Arrangements committee and
hostesses include: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherry, chairman, and the
Mesdames Benjamin Feld, Max
Eugene Heiman, son of Mr. and
Mrs Louis Heiman, 423 East Rivo
Alto Drive, Miami Beach, was
re-elected chancellor of Omega
Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi frat-
ernity at the University of North
Carolina. Heiman is a first year
law student at the university.
Omega Chapter was a runner-
up for the Chapter of Merit Cup
for 1947-48. This cup is awarded
by the national grand council of
the fraternity on the basis of
chapter standing on campus and
community, scholarship, extra"
curricular activities and house
appearance._______________
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Temple Beth SholomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
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Dr. E. C. Nance To Speak
Dr. E. C Nance, president of
the University of Tampa, will be
the last speaker in the 1949 Town
Hall Forum series Wednesday
night at 8:15 at Temple Israel,
according to Herman A. Binder,
president of the Town Hall Cor-
poration. .
Dr. Nance, who has served as
a soldier, minister, college pro-
fessor, will discuss "Creative
Citizenship."
"Dr. Nance's sense of humor,"
Binder says, "is delightful and
during his last appearance here
his audience was reluctant to
have him bring his address to a
' close."
B & B To Handle
Complete Lin< Of
Passover Items
Bob Pierce, owner of the R *, n
Kosher Market, 810-12 S W Mm
Ave., announces that he 'is offer
ing a complete line of Kos
foods special for Passover
The market is under the'suoer
vision of the Greater Miami Vaarf
Hakashruth and sells no fan,
which are not strictly Kosher
One of B & B's chief services
is free delivery anywhere in the
city. This means anywhere in
eluding the West Miami section
the Flagler-Granada section and
other outlying areas, Pierce ex-
plains.
Eugene Heiman
JNF Chairman Honored
Mrs. Clara Leff
Clara Leff, national Jewish
National Fund chairman of the
Pioneer Women, who is visiting
here from New York and is par-
ticipating in a number of Pioneer
Women activities, including the
four-day bazaar that will begin
at the Million Dollar Pier to-
morrow evening, was honored at
a luncheon Wednesday by Mrs.
Jack Muravchick, 3340 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach.
Guests at the luncheon, be-
sides Mrs. Leff. were 9S mem-
bers of Kadimah chapter of the
Pioneer Women. Mrs. Hyman
Sootin, Jewish National Fund
chairman for Kadimah, and Mrs.
David Washer assisted Mrs. Mur-
avchick with arrangements.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek
Cantor Joseph W. Malek, na-
tionally known Cantor, will con-
duct Sedorim Services both nights
of the Passover Holidays at the
Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach.
Cantor Malek, noted for his
beautiful tenor voice, officiated
at High Holiday Services last
year at the same location.
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IN THE MAIL
Untrue Charges
The Jewish Floridian
120 N.E. Sixth St.
Miami. Florida
pear Mr. Shochet:
The writer of your column "I'll
Say" on March 25 has made many
deliberate untrue statements and
charges regarding the present
rreatcr Miami Zionist Emergency
Council, some of which I should
like to refute.
Though the Zionist Emergency
Council of 1945 headed by the
author of the above mentioned
column and consisting only of a
fp... representatives of the Ha-
dassah and Z.O.A. bodies did
sponsor several rallies with the
picketing of the British Consul-
ate and a parade on Washington
Ave yet it was only but a Pyrr-
hic victoryfor so much animus
had been engendered by the dic-
tatorial tactics of its then chair-
man that a real disintegration of
the Council had taken place. Its
chairman was forced by his clos-
est friends to step down for the
good of the cause.
Our present chairman who has
devoted his life to Zionism new
in our community with a.back-
ground of much outstanding ex-
perience and accomplishments
recognized as such by national
bodies and leaders was drafted
in spite of his reluctance to head
the Council almost a year ago.
The Council was then reorganized
and became truly representative
of our community. In addition to
representatives from, all the ZOA
and Hadassah bodies there were
added representatives of Labor
Zionist Groups, Mizrachi organ-
izations, the Hashomer Hatzair,
the Revisionists, the Achdut
Avodah, and representatives from
all other bodies of the Jewish
Community at large such as
American Jewish Congress, B'nai
B'rith, War Veterans, Conference
of Jewish Women, all synagogues, |
etc. Delegates were also added
from other communities such as
Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, Coral
Gables, etc.
The record and effective results
of this past year's achievements
beginning with the Flamingo and
Bayfront Park rallies through the
Southeastern Conference on Is-
rael not mentioning the many
other important activities speaks
for itself. The members of the
Council and all those who have
followed its work know that
many vital matters totally ne-
glected in the past were for the
first time well taken care of under
the new administration. All mem-
bers of the Council were officially
designated by its constituent
bodies.
The writer of "I'll Say" who
failed to attend a single meeting
since the Council's reorganization
claims that a rule was forced
through to drop all members fail-
ing to attend two meetings. This
is a definite misstatement of fact.
No such rule was ever adopted
and no one was ever "cashiered."
Only those people who failed to
attend a single meeting during
the entire year were asked
whether they preferred to retire
from it. This request in a letter
also included a specific plea to
continue on the Council, but to
attend meetings and serve. Only
a very few people were involved
and the only action followed was
that designated by the recipient of
the letter. This correspondence
is available to anyone interested.
It is the thesis of the writer
of this letter that no man should
assume* the Jovian prerogatives
of making final judgments on
other men and their positive ef-
forts.
What a pity that we not only
witness the pen diarrhoea and
vituperations of a Pegler in our
daily press but that our local
Jewish press is sponsor to one
who writes as loosely about our
community problems such as the
Negro question, the Hebrew Aca-
demy, Federation, Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, as he has about the Zionist
Lmergeney Council.
The "petticoats" would be so
very proud of the fact if it were
just they who had been solely
responsible for the achievements
of the reorganized Zionist Emerg-
ency Council. Are we not also
aware of the fact that according
to the fundamental rule of psy-
chology that of retrospective ob-
servation, one who makes such a
statement is usually himself
Sisterhood To
Choose Leaders
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will elect officers Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kaplan
Hall of the Temple, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Isaac
Levin, president.
Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
present the slate selected by her
committee. Nominations for every
office will also be accepted from
dominated and influenced in his
utterances and writings by a
singular petticoat?
Very sincerely yours,
SYDELL COHEN
the floor, Mrs. Levin reports.
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman, pro-
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noted horticulturalist who will
speak on "Flower Arrangements"
and will demonstrate corsage de-
signs.
A social hour will follow the
program. Hostesses will be Mrs.
H. V. Simons, Mrs. Elry Stone
and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer.

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I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFT
The Jews Of Luthuania
He...... Heine ~~i a leleb.-atei phrase. "Wie es
Christelt .. Yiddelt rich By this, I take it. he n-.ear.t_ that the
:.b:'-:rr. .' :.-'. -.. --,rr _r i.r. Gvr.t.le l..'e This
may e g< 1 lm but in Luthuania the except. .-. :- :ndee;
.. ring 7( :i .r. that land I about 7 centuries: yet they re-
semble I the tat as much --..- the zLr.g'.:'r. resemble Hindus
Th Jewish :..tvak u rational in r..s rondud intelligent in
weltanschauur-g. and re: booksin short, a born intellectual
Or. the other band, the Lithuani c language the supposedly related
Latin : Sanskrit scarcely possessed a grammar or dictionary
until :- ntury As tor anything creative In science, art.
htvrit-re us living Qentili Lithuania .5 --*..:: a cultural
Sahara.
The Climatic Challenge
F r : mtry was U poor tc support even a
virtually lived r. hi___ng, black bread
j-a-.:.. : t summer -s followed by a long
winter with 1 ire lays in which a :^; sun sh.nes for several hours.
Nc ling iturc qoi sunny meadows, nor pleasant breezes I r
most .:' ear Si rovers the i- --"- from November through
April Tl little in the way .:' imuaement except cultivating;
things :' t- ..- i Thus Jews were virtually compelled to develop
I foi Sepharim. ad books that monopolized their,
tuaJ Modern times taw the former Yeshiva students!
to a tellij nti Nowhere cid Jews develop!
[a r- intellectual Not even in Spain. Babylonia or
'.ere a more intense!-.- religious and democratic ccm-
imumty than in poverty Lithuania.
The Gaor. of Wilna
In : '.-". century a great figure summed up the moral, in-
tellect and spiritual strivings that moulded Rabbinical
Jud rs ."..- wenng personality wai the eminent
and Rabbi Elijah, Gaon of Wilna. Scholar, saint, thinker,
- to: ind leader, the Wilna Gaon attained the:
.-.-.- i a Hill Akiba It was due tc his intellect and lead-
Litr.uai able to repel the inroads of
He saved in imj tant secti d of East European Jewry
ism the c.a.-seness. the superstition
- rt, in its ie adence brought to Jews of Poland
Intellectual Actirities
I era I faith, Lithuania contained the best religious
Young men from distant lands flocked to I
the Yeshivas ..-. V I n Mir Slabodka, Telz. Lida, Chelm, Kovna.!
.- r.evez Rad n. Vilna. It is noteworthy that Yeshiva University in
":" -1 -.- the largest college that serves Orthodoxy any-'
after Isaac Elchanan, Chief Rabbi of Kovna. During
the '.- entury, the Haskalah movement brought Russian Jewry,
In the it ( n lern culture. Yet the true forerunner of this
- Lithuanian Solomon Maiman, whose 18th cen-
still rates among the best in literature. The first
Her..--.v.- r. -..'. was written by Abraham. Mapu in Kovna. The torch
of modern enlightenment CAufklaerung) burned brighter in Li-
irJa thai In Eastern Europe. A record of the intel-
ial activities of her Jews would fill volumes.
Fror on rd, the single tracked Czars began the Jewish
" t iti n detract attention from, their own misrule. This caused
of Lit! ania to migrate en masse to every country in the
rid ..-.< r portion came to the TJ. S- Here each community
-. felt 1 t ol their keen, energetic mentalities. The im-
.- : ::-.:- ,-< -he Sr u.-. African
its education, its philanthropy, and its im-
' r. t -. to the upbuilding of the Yshuv in Palestine.
Many in Rus is and helped to foment the revolution.
Max is the best known of the capable group who served
the Sovii t Ah rev Eban, the young ipokesman for Israel at
, the UN is 1 f his many colleagues of Lithuanian extraction
I in the professions, the industries, the public service, and the Kib-
, butzim of the Jewish State.
The amazing versatility of Lithuanian Jews is demonstrated by
the eminence they attained in various lands and in almost every
I phase of human act:-, tj Yasha Heifitz, in music: Sidney Hillman,
labor leader: Antikolski. sculptor: Litvinoff, statesman; Judah Leib
Gordon, a poet: Lillienblum. thinker; David Saxnoff, in radio; Morris
R. Cohen, philosophy; E A. Dick, novelist; Abraham Kahn, in
journalism.: Abba Hillel Silver, in leadership; Jacob Robinson, inter-
national law. David Wolfson. Zionism; Herman Shapira. founder of
Jewish National Fund and Hebrew University: Leopold Jessner,
I theatre; Daniel Chwolson. in scholarship: Louis Ginsberg, in Tal-
I mud: George Z. Medalie, political mentor of Tom Dewey. And the
! list can flow on and on.
A Monument
This reservoir ''' brain and talent, capacity and spiritual force
was exterminated by the Nazi beasts, aided and abetted by the native
I swine. There is now little chance for a new Jewish life to take root]
! and blossom anywhere behind the iron curtain. Consequently, the
creations and achievements of Lithuanian Jewry are in danger of 1
' oblivion. But the story of the social, communal, religious, economic,j
' political, philanthropic, and educational life of this unusually alert'
people should be engraved on a monument. It is, therefore, highly 1
commendable that a group of writers, scholars, historians, and
publicists should busy themselves collecting and compiling the his-
' tory, the literature, the religious lore, the poetry, the arts, the folk
lore, the music of their martyred kindred.
The Jewish-Lithuanian Cultural Society deserves the highest
praise for undertaking to publish the record of those extraordinary-
accomplishments so that a remarkably versatile people will not be
forgotten as if submerged by volcanic lava.
Beth Sliolom PTA
Elects Officers
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was re-
elected president of the PTA of
the Temple Beth Sholom Reli-
gious School at a meeting Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Jack Lawson and Mrs. Nor-
man Russ. vice presidents; Mrs.
David Godlin, treasurer: Mrs. Hy-
man S. Kaplan, recording secre-
tary-; Mrs. Randolph Shevach, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Gil-
bert Goldman, Karen Ami chair-
man.
Board members include the
Mesdames E. Allen Becker, Max
Dier.er, Edward Dokson, Leon J.
Ell, Aaron Farr, Louis Goldman,
Joseph Gould, Bernard Hoffman,
Morris J. Kandel, Neal Kars,
Alexander Kogan, Louis J. Kren-
Rep. Klein Introduces Bill
To Bar Discrimination
In District Of Columbia
WASHINGTON. (JTA)A bill
to curb religions and racial dis-
crimination in the District of Co-
lumbia was introduced in the
House of Representatives this
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FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1949
r ^Jewistifhridfiarj
PAGE NINETEEN
The Jewish
Quiz Box
q.: Whal ii the "Mitrachi?"
a "Mizrachi" is the name
BlVen to one of the parties in the
fionist movement. It is general-
K considered to be the "Orthodox
SiSF or the "Religious Wing"
nf the Zionist Movement. It dif-
fers from the general run of Zion-
ttt parties in its intensive stress
upon religious traditions as a
hasLs for the structure of the Jew-
ish Homeland. Perhaps its ideal
is best summed up in its well
known slogan which is: "The
Land of Israel, for the People of
Israel on the basis of the Torah
of Israel" (Erctz Yisroel L'am
yisroel al pi Tor as Yisroel.)
Q.: What is the derivation of
the name "Miirachj?"
A.: The name "Mizrachi lit-
erally means "Eastern" and stems
from the fact that the love for
Palestine was a yearning for the
East (e.g. Palestine is in the Mid-
dle East) as expressed by the fact
that traditional Jews usually in-
sist upon facing eastward while
praying. Many writers claim that
the term "Mizrachi" as applied to
this party is really a contraction
of the two Hebrew words "Merk-
az Ruchani" which means a
"Spiritual Center" which points
to the party's insistence that Pal-
estine IS a "Spiritual Center" for
Jewish life.

Q.: Who organized the party
and when was it founded?
A.: Credit is given to Rabbi
Jacob Reines who is also credited
with the establishment of the first
Yeshiva (Seminary) in Eastern
Europe. Rabbis Reines is said to
have founded the party in Vilna,
in the year 1902. Also credited
with pioneering the party's or-
ganization in Zev Yavetz, the
famous Orthodox Historian and
writer. It was not organized in
Palestine until the year 1918.

Q.: Is Mizrachi the only re-
ligious or Othodox Zionist party
in Zionism?
A.: There are a number of
other parties which joined with
Mizrachi in forming the Religious
Bloc in the recent Israeli elec-
tions. They include the two splin-
ter groups which originally had
some connection with Mizrachi,
'he Hapoel Hamizrachi and the
Suborner Hadati, the former be-
ing one of the most influential
parties in the Religious Bloc.
There are also the Agudath Is-
rael and the Poalei Agudath Is-
raej plus other right wing groups
which form important religious
Zionist Organizations.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
JfC2SP" .,s ?* QrVBN that
the undersigned as Sheriff ST Da,t
County, Florida, acting under and
virtue of a certain Writ or Execution
hjMMilavtof the civil cv,urt of Reoor
of Dade County. Florida, in a certain
cause entitled R. < Thomuson v
Florida Tlr> & Battery Co.Hnc, a
Miscellaneous lot. used electric bulbs1
16' bench grinder: 2largo rolls
canvas convertible covering; "-metal
roller work table; 1 tool table 1
hydraulic jack; l-flor roller; Itilt.
back chair; 2-battery chargers- 1-
vacuum control valve motor checker
l-fryge" **n\ fORRleH and hose i
i ? i i?nk8: 1grease pump-gun
1-6 adder; 2-metal rolling shelved
6tall Pipes; 4-7:50-16 Inner tubes
6large metal cabinets; 4-metal cab-
nets. 1air compressor; 1cash reg-
ister, 1adding machine; 2tool
boxes with hydraulic brake equip-
ment; 2metal chests with miscel-
laneous autom equipment; 1safe-
1metal table; 1oiler; 1 lathe- 1
ilihl K ,n,iuhine' 1-large search-
light, 2 metal stools; 1sewing
machine; 1file cabinet; approxi-
mately 16 cartons of miscellaneous
."', D0lt8' gaskets and other auto-
mobile parts and accessories and
equipment for working on same
cleaners, paint, etc; 11933 Ford Tow
Iruck Serial No. 33-18-3448698, 1948
Florida License No. 1 K-168; for anv
information concerning this equipment
call 9-1857; and all persons are noti-
fied that 1 will sell the said described
personal property to the highest and
best bidder for rash at the south door
of the Dade County Courthouse in
the City of Miami, Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, on tho 2nd day of May. 1949
between the hours of 11:00 o'clock
A.M. and 2:00 o'clock P.M., said sale
belno- made to satisfy said execution
together with costs including costs of
sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriffs
Bill of Sale.
Dated this 26 dav of March, 1949
JIMMY SULLIVAN,
Sheriff of Dade County. Florida
By: A. G. HARKNESS.
Deputy Sheriff.
Cushman & Woodard. Attys. at Law
710-12 Blscavne Bldg
4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.h?IiCR.Is "kreby'given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitiousTame of
at &* < 'catcssen and Restaurant
ALFELD. INC.
MARX FABERl0r'da CorP'a"
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Building
3/11-18-25 4/1
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may usurp Johnny Mize as the
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NOTICE UNDER. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bennett Wholesale Co., Not Inc. at
736 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
FRANK FISHBEIN
Sole Owner
JULIUS ERSTLING
Attorney for Applicant
514 Congress Bldg.
3/25 4/1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
- ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. County, Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
x-.., NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Bel nraSrhUonn'!errihe <*IUoub of
"_, ca/.bonlc Co. at 30 S. W, 30th
toad. Miami. Florida, intend to regls-
r.rent,'dr-nam0,W^,h tho Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
BURNETBTK'R,0?iN;G'NEBR,NO C' '
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-25 4/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Second Avenue Self Service Laundry
at 619 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami.
Ha., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PAUL FOX
ESTHER FOX
3/18-25 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
f.ertler Top Soil Co. at 1053 N. W.
5th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER
3/23 4/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bus ness under the fictitious name of
Eddy s Market at 1342 N. W. 3rd
Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. *'
EDWARD MEHLER
Sole Owner
3/18-25 4/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The Variety Concessions at Room
704, Pacific Building. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A. Z. ALPERT
HENRY SOLOMON
Owners
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LAD AND LASSIE at 645 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court ef Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JEROME RUBIN
LYDIA ANN RUBIN
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Owners
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gertler Supply Company, not Inc. at
1063 N. W. 5th Street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH GERTLER,
Sole Owner
3/11-18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Kenholz Kosher Meat Products at 207
Almerla Avenue, Coral Gables, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 122950.
SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER,
Plaintiff, vs. SAM SINGER. De-
fendant.
TO: SAM SINGER,
282 Pulaskl Street
Brooklyn, New York.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against vou
by SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER on
or before the 8 day of April, 1949.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 8 day
of March. 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
______. Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
3/11-18-25 4/1
123092.
HERMAN LEVY, Plaintiff, vs.
SALLIE LEVY. Defendant.
TO: SALLIE LEVY,
c/o B. Kahn,
387 Ocean Parkway,
Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
hns been filed against you by HER-
MAN LEVY, your husband. In the
abovo styled cause and in the above
named Court: and you are further
notified that you are hereby required
to file an appearance in said pro-
ceedings on or before the 16th day of
April, A.D. 1949. otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
This order is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive
weeks, in The Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published In Dade County,
Florida.
Dated this 14 day of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ. WE1NKLE &
ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
3/18-25 4/1-8
ched'if ?VCr Clty Colleee's hoop
o ri "ei0r,next year- He wants
L;?arxTdGcks before having for
iScrinihf ,S .having plays and
Sat" El." erial Prepared, so
MBSF t0 be transcribed
LEGAL NOTICE
N0T'"TVN.DER FICTITIOUS
N'OTIPt- ,,NAME LAW
"uXUL'V,^ r,,VEN lhnt
Avenue M&Eg, a' 822 ,N- Miami
register ,,,h ^orlda, intend to
,h* Orcfnt r"me wlth h Clerk of
Florida Court of Dade County,
Mat?.1? RODRIQUEZ
Eaua n,V;DE RODRIQUEZ
AMOSBKNJauJ^.''8 and 80le OWners
J/K^.s^r.^ppilcante
GP
to
ioui
ml." p'i.'.. .-'I'" .?".._ tad Avenue,
GIVEN that
N'0TICP iaAJ&S LAW
*MM ELJw X.B. 8ad Avenue.
SFJKfetSSSLto "Vist1.0;
cult Court of n.ile-C1*rk of the C,r.
&* FABFB 0wner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Joe Parody's Bar and Grill at 70fi 6th
Street, Miami Beach. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH PERSICO
Sole Owner
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
1703 Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-254/1-8
HOWARD DEVORKIN
Sole Owner
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
42U Lincoln Road
3/4-11-18-36 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thc undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Atchley's Department and Appliance
Store at 2808 N. Miami Ave., Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS APTAKIN,
Sole Owner
LEONARD L KIMBALL
Attorney for applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
3/11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 20638.
RE: ESTATE OF
AGNES ROBERTS,
Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of AGNES ROBERTS deceased;
and that on the 11 day of April, 1949,
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
Rlanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executor of the Estate of AGNES
RORERTS, deceased.
This 9th day of March. 1949.
HARRY ROBERTS
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Executor
3/11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 123333.
JOSEPH W. BROADBENT. Plaintiff,
vs. MAUDE B. BROADBENT, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MAUDE B. BROADBENT
'776 Huntington Turnpike
Nichols
Bridgeport. Connecticut
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Cora-
plaint for Divorce against you in the
above-styled cause on or before the
29 day of April, 1949. otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed against you.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 23 day of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit CourL
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Ooneress Building
Miami. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15
NOTICE TO' CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22279.
In Re: ESTATE OF
PHILIP ENGELHARDT,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Philip Engelhardt deceased
late of Hudson County. New Jersey, to
the Hon. W. J. Blanton. County Judge*
of Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March 22, A.D. 1949.
ANNA KLINGER AND
BERNARD W. ENGELHARDT,
As Ancillary Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of Philip
Engelhardt, Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary' Executors
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/25 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho fictitious name of
Bond Cleaners & Laundry at 3785
Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROSALIE I/5WE
Sole Owner
MYERS'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
650 Seybnld Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicant
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE SID-MAR MEAT & FOOD
MARKET at 1155 N.W. 3rd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
,dR" HARRY INDGIN
GERTRUDE INDGIN
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
3/18-25 4/1-8-15______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Archies Tavern at 134 N. E. 2nd
Avenue. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS A. KAUFMAN
(Sole Owner)
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Applicant
4/1-8-15-33-28________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123336.
CONSTANCE DI BLASI. Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH DI BLASI, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: JOSEPH DI BLASI
107 Mountain Road,
rear of 224 Ogden Avenue,
In care of Mrs. L. Ipsaro
Jersey City, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, filed against you In the
above-styled causo on or before the
29 day of April, 1949; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade County, Florida, this 23rd day
of March, 1949. ___________
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) __-
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15_________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
121922.
ANNA SEDLACEK, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH SEDLACEK, Defendant.
YOU, JOSEPH SEDLACEK, 2083
Basset Avenue, Bronx, New York, are
notified to file your Appearance In
the above cause for Divorce, on or
before the 4th day of April, 1949, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED: This 2nd day of March,
A.D. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Reynold Bldg.
3/4-11-18-25 4/1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 123107-F.
I'RIMO MANTEOARi. Plaintiff, vs.
PAULINE MANTEGARI. Defend-
ant.
THE STATE OF FlyORIDA:
TO PAULINE MANTEGARI
21f.!t 4'ith Street
Astoria, L. I., New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you by the
Plaintiff herein on or before the 25th
day of April, 1949, otherwise the al-
ligations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED: March 23. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 81 Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15
C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
TOGUST BROS ft>
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE FRUIT SHIPPERS at
1440 N. W. 36th St.. and 6668 Bwonvne
Blvd Miami, Fie.. Hten-' to relitef
said name wtt'i the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coun'v Florida.
Mvr:nv mtt mir
FRANK K. CASINO
CHARLES CATTONE
'.LAX R- SILVER
Utoiney for Applicants
3/11 -18-2- 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business, under the fictitious name of
Lincoln Center at 630 Lincoln Road.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH BODERMAN
MAX BODERMAN
JACK S1LVERMAN
MARTHA SILVERMAN
ESTHER BERGMAN
HELEN SMITH
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Petitioners
420 Lincoln Road
3/18-25 4/1-8
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
122887.
RUTH DUNN, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD
DUNN, Defendant.
TO: RICHARD DUNN
215 W. 90th Street
New York City, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you by RUTH
DUNN, your wife. In the above styled
cause and In the above named Court:
and you are further notified that you
are hereby required to file an appear-
ance in said proceedings on or before
the 7th day of April, 1949, otherwise
the allegations of said BUI of Com-
plaint win be taken as confessed by
you.
This order ls to be published once
a week, for four (4) consccjtlvo weeks,
In the Jewish Flortdlan, a rmwbpaper
published In Dade County. Florida.
Dated thi.s 5th day of March, A.D.
1919
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ.
WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
3/11-18-25 4/1 i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Rosen's Market at 3428 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY L. ROSEN
Sole Owner.
3/25 4/1-8-15-22_________________^^_
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM)
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123354.
THOMAS E. CHAMBERS. Plaintiff,
vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS, De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: RUTH IDA CHAMBERS
Box 1502.
Sheffield. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Com-
plaint In the above styled cause on
or before the 25 day of April, 1949,
otherwise the allegations therein con-
tained will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 24 day of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
3/25 4/1-8-15
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 122921.
MILDRED CARPENTIER, Plaintiff,
ve. CHARLES R. CARPENTIER,
Defendant.
TO: CHARLES R. CARPENTIER,
82 S. 2nd Ave.
Mount Vernon, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed sj;ai t
viu by MILDRED CARPENTIER on
or before the 7th day of April. 1849
otherwise, the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confcbsed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED tble 7th dav
of March, 1949
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
EORGE J. TALIAVOF^PUty ****
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Brotherood Week Rather Weak
We wonder whether many of
you had occasion to read the
most recent Elmo Roper survey
on prejudice in our nation .
Although President Truman has
contributed to the debunking of
public polls. Roper's fact-finding
organization is one of the most
accurate instruments to measure
public opinion The poll was
completed a few weeks ago and
only a week after the national
observance of Brotherhood Week
. The poll reveals that almost
411% of our population think
that "the Jews are acquiring too
much economic power" Al-
most 20% singled out the Jews
for "having too much influence
in our political life" 56%
said "they'd rather not have Ne-
groes in their homes as guests.
Bunched in second place were
Mexicans, Filipinos and Chinese
. And just behind these groups
came Jews and Italians" Just
under 50% said "they'd be against
marriage to Jews" Elmo
Roper's conclusion states among
other things: "I have tried to
give you in as objective a manner
as I know how this inventory .
Much of it is personally shocking
to me, as it must be to anyone
who takes the trouble to learn
the elementary facts about the
status of minority groups in our
country today" Reliable
sources insist however, that this
Roper poll was watered down
after consultations with one oi
our top defense agencies Not
that the figures were changed but
the tone of the presentation was
edited The millions of dollars
spent bv the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and its ex-
pensive publicity machine are not
generating much good will to-
wards minority groups, it would
seem. .
Quotations
"Statements from the right, like
those of Cardinal Mindszenti.
Catholic Primate, making peace
between Jews and Gentiles de-
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pendent upon the liquidation of
the political police and abandon-
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criminals, revived the ancient
pattern of collective Jewish ac-
countability The Jews were
to blame for a situation entirely
outside their influence and con-
trol" From the American
Jewish Year Book, page 418.
1947-1948 The Year Book is
published bv the American Jew-
ish Committee which now de-
fends Mindszenti's Jewish
. And "Under the Horthy
regime the Hungarian pe
were economically oppressed by
the Jews But today. .-
war. the Hungarian people suffei
political persecution from
Jews" statement by Card]
Mindszenti. in ar. interview [
lished in the London News
Chronicle .
Another Quotation
"Today, as in the past. anti-
Semitism serves only the enemies
of Poland The Russian T- -
used anti-Semitism to combat cur
striving for independence .
Hitler tried to make German
slaves out of us with the aid of
anti-Semitism Today, those
who would exploit the Polish
people rely upon anti-Semitism to
achieve their goal" Ar. ex-
cerpt from the "Manuel of Pol-
itical Education" for soldiers in
the Polish army. .
Hitler's Youth
New York Times corespondent
Sidney Gruson mailed several in-
teresting articles from Berlin to
his paper Gruson's rather
candid impressions confirm what
we knew, namely that the youth
in Germany is yearning for the
good old days of the Hitler regime
. The boys and girls inter-
viewed by the Times correspond-
ent say: "I haven't noticed any-
thing at all of democratic re-
education" ... Or, "I like the
Bund Deutsche Maedschen and I
don't know of anything among
the clubs we have now that is
better" And still another
youngster sighs "When there was
a Hitler Youth, the young people
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vention will be held in about two
months in New York ... It will
be the battle ground between the
Silver-Neumann and Lipsky-Wise
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._-: Committee :.; an organization-
al pneumonia ... It has no
stamina and therefore will have
no delegates How do we
know all thii s definitely We
the situation and the
persons involved and came to the
n that there is too much
talk and UX much "strategical
_ ssip" and no organizational ac-
tion among the Lipsky-ites .
Which is rather unfortunate be-
cause the Israeli top leaders
would like to see a charge in the
American Zionist leadership .
But it won't happen this summer.
Father and Sons
A. Kusman, chief weather fore-
caster of New York, who invented
a forecasting machine is the son
of the Yiddish poet and journal-
ist Leon Kusman ... Lee J.
Cobb, star of Broadway's smash
hit "Death of a Salesman" is the
son of a typesetter in the Yiddish
Daily Forward America's
most distinguished heart special-
ist Dr. Harry Gold's father was
an orthodox rabbi Radios
Gabriel Heatter also said Pop to
a Yiddish newspapermen
Gentleman's Agreement Laura Z
Hobson's father was a Yiddish
editorialist ... And the author.
of the best seller "Mrs. Mike"
aJe.wthV55- tnd dauShter-in-law
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now defunct "Tageblatf whn
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Zn7v. APRIL 1. If* +Jewish fhrldliaiti PAGE NINE Shirley Merlin Shirley Merlin Betrothed To Daniel L. Fried The engagement of Shirley Merlin to Daniel L. Fried has been announced by her mother, Mrs Ida Merlin, 1767 S.W. 13th St the bride-elect is a graduate of Miami High School, where she was a member of Tau Alpha Omega sorority. While attending Vanderbilt University, Miss Merlin was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Fried, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fried, 1630 S.W. 20th St., attended New York schools, including Columbia University. During the war he served five years in the Army. Betrothal Announced The engagement of Patricia Lois Craig to Eugene A. Brams has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Jules N. Craig, 4025 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach. Miss Craig, a graduate of Miami Beach High, received her bachelor's degree cum laude from the University of Wisconsin, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma. She is the daughter of the late Dr. Craig. Her fier.Ce, mc son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Brams, Milwaukee, Vlis, was graduated from the University of Wisconsin where he recently received his master's degree in the field of agronomy and soil physics. As a Navy lieutenant, he served in the Pacific. Mildred Sherman And Marvin Marshall Exchange Vows In New Jersey Ceremony Mildred Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sherman Asbury Park, N. J., became the bride of Marvin Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall 3760 N.W. 1st St., formerly of Trenton, on February 20 at the Jewish War Veterans Post Home Asbury Park. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Meyer Cohen of Congregation Sons of Israel, Asbury Park. Mrs. Philip Newman was soloist. The bride was attired in a beige crepe dress with brown accessories and a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Martin J. Michaels, Asbury Park, matron of honor for her sister, wore a cinnamon silk dress with bead trim and a corsage of roses. Herbert Clark of Trenton was best man for his brother-in-law. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Sherman chose a grey silk dress with a corsage of yellow roses. The bridegroom's mother wore aquamarine silk with a corsage of red roses. A reception was held at the Post Home following the ceremony. The couple honeymooned In New York and are now residing in Miami Mrs. Marsiiaii was graduated from Asbury Park High School. Her husband is a graduate of Trenton High School and is now working in television here. PASSOVER BUTTER nos 1 ? iwa SWEET BUTTER PRINT OR WHIPPED Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marshall Faye Muriel Zwick Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick, 2800 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Faye Muriel, to Arnold Francis Wilpon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilpon, 2761 S.W. 16th St. Misc ZwicK attended Miami Senior High School and is now a junior at the University of Miami where she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Wilpon attended New York University for two years and was graduated from the School of Business Administration at the University of Miami. He is financial secretary of Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach. An August wedding is planned. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Buy from these dealers I \ MIAMI BEACH Faye M. Zwick Seitlins Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin recently entertained a number of nends at their home, 327 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerbert, Houston, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Meye, Kastoff and Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg. Toronto, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Golden, Mrs. L Koplin, Washington,* D. C; Mrs. Syetta, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Bookspan, Mr. and Mrs. L. '. Feinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Gerber, Mrs. M. Shubow, Miami. K T ERYES nervous Conditions Specially Treated Or. Spnnqmyer. Physician ... M „ 7 9 'h ST. CLINIC • N.W. 79th St. Ph. 78-8407 TEMPLE ISAIAH "The Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach" will sponsor A Community Passover Seder APRIL 13th AND 14th, 7:00 P.M. conducted by Rabbi David Raab AT THE CADILLAC HOTEL 3925 COLLINS AVENUE FOR RESERVATIONS Phone: Henri. Maitre d'hote 5-0711 or Mrs. Jack Brodsky 6-5505; Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter 5-2475; Mrs. Ben Silver 6-4378 KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. W^S. A.M. THURS. A J4. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 •340 S.W. 8th St. 4^ V Safety Harbor. Flori.a a. —— %  —T.— .wt Ct Dsttrthnffl V "* Between Tnw nd SI. Prteribun] THE CARLSBAD Of FLORIDA %^ • 20-Acre Paradue on beautiful old %  Tampa Bay • A Luxurioui Hotel • Coll %  • Swimming in mineral water, pool • Archery I Shufilebo.rd F..hing • Other Recrea.,onal F.C.I.b %  • Mineral Bath. Manage. • Steam c Cab.net Bath, B • Phyi.othrr.py Tre.tmrnl. • Compatible Diet. m Amrncai Otdeit Spo—Lcf!,"


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FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1949 r ^Jewistifhridfiarj PAGE NINETEEN The Jewish Quiz Box Q. : Whal ii the "Mitrachi?" A %  "Mizrachi" is the name BlV en to one of the parties in the fionist movement. It is generalK considered to be the "Orthodox SiSF or the "Religious Wing" nf the Zionist Movement. It differs from the general run of Zionttt parties in its intensive stress upon religious traditions as a hasLs for the structure of the Jewish Homeland. Perhaps its ideal is best summed up in its well known slogan which is: "The Land of Israel, for the People of Israel on the basis of the Torah of Israel" (Erctz Yisroel L'am yisroel al pi Tor as Yisroel.) Q.: What is the derivation of the name "Miirachj?" A.: The name "Mizrachi literally means "Eastern" and stems from the fact that the love for Palestine was a yearning for the East (e.g. Palestine is in the Middle East) as expressed by the fact that traditional Jews usually insist upon facing eastward while praying. Many writers claim that the term "Mizrachi" as applied to this party is really a contraction of the two Hebrew words "Merkaz Ruchani" which means a "Spiritual Center" which points to the party's insistence that Palestine IS a "Spiritual Center" for Jewish life. • • Q.: Who organized the party and when was it founded? A.: Credit is given to Rabbi Jacob Reines who is also credited with the establishment of the first Yeshiva (Seminary) in Eastern Europe. Rabbis Reines is said to have founded the party in Vilna, in the year 1902. Also credited with pioneering the party's organization in Zev Yavetz, the famous Orthodox Historian and writer. It was not organized in Palestine until the year 1918. • • • Q.: Is Mizrachi the only religious or Othodox Zionist party in Zionism? A.: There are a number of other parties which joined with Mizrachi in forming the Religious Bloc in the recent Israeli elections. They include the two splinter groups which originally had some connection with Mizrachi, 'he Hapoel Hamizrachi and the Suborner Hadati, the former being one of the most influential parties in the Religious Bloc. There are also the Agudath Israel and the Poalei Agudath Israej plus other right wing groups which form important religious Zionist Organizations. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE •Jf C 2SP" ,s ?* QrVBN that the undersigned as Sheriff ST Da,t County, Florida, acting under and • virtue of a certain Writ or Execution hjMMilavtof the civil cv,urt of Reoor of Dade County. Florida, in a certain cause entitled R. <• Thomuson v Florida Tlr> & Battery Co.Hnc, a Miscellaneous lot. used electric bulbs 1 1—6' bench grinder: 2—largo rolls canvas convertible covering; "-metal roller work table; 1— tool table 1— hydraulic jack; l-fl„or roller; I—tilt. back chair; 2-battery chargers1vacuum control valve motor checker l-f r yge ** n \ fORRleH and hose i i ?• i i? nk8: 1—grease pump-gun 1-6 adder; 2-metal rolling shelved 6—tall Pipes; 4-7:50-16 Inner tubes 6—large metal cabinets; 4-metal cabnets. 1—air compressor; 1—cash register, 1—adding machine; 2—tool boxes with hydraulic brake equipment; 2—metal chests with miscellaneous autom equipment; 1—safe1—metal table; 1—oiler; 1— lathe1— ilihl K n,iuhine 1-large searchlight, 2— metal stools; 1—sewing machine; 1—file cabinet; approximately 16 cartons of miscellaneous ." %  ', D0lt8 gaskets and other automobile parts and accessories and equipment for working on same cleaners, paint, etc; 1—1933 Ford Tow Iruck Serial No. 33-18-3448698, 1948 Florida License No. 1 K-168; for anv information concerning this equipment call 9-1857; and all persons are notified that 1 will sell the said described personal property to the highest and best bidder for rash at the south door of the Dade County Courthouse in the City of Miami, Dade Countv. Florida, on tho 2nd day of May. 1949 between the hours of 11:00 o'clock A.M. and 2:00 o'clock P.M., said sale belnomade to satisfy said execution together with costs including costs of sale, purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill of Sale. Dated this 26 dav of March, 1949 JIMMY SULLIVAN, Sheriff of Dade County. Florida By: A. G. HARKNESS. Deputy Sheriff. Cushman & Woodard. Attys. at Law 710-12 Blscavne Bldg 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .h?Ii CR I s "KREBY'GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitiousTame of at &* < £ 'catcssen and Restaurant ALFELD. INC. MARX FABER l0r da Cor P' a Attorney for Applicant Congress Building 3/11-18-25 4/1 Jews In Sports Sid Gordon showed the way o the New York Giants sluggers mis week by lashing out four nomers in three spring exhibition ?'"?•* Sid bids fair to belt close W forty homers this season, and may usurp Johnny Mize as the R f II lcadin g home-run hitter. ?h,c J yn ls anx ious to acquire T?A y wno developed in the shadows of Ebbets Field, only to frolu P ?' ,th thc hat ed enemy Ir m Harlem. u t Holman is engaged in NOTICE UNDER. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bennett Wholesale Co., Not Inc. at 736 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida FRANK FISHBEIN Sole Owner JULIUS ERSTLING Attorney for Applicant 514 Congress Bldg. 3/25 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. County, Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS x!" .. !" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Bel n r a S rh U o n n'! er r i he <*IUOUB !"!" of £"_, c a/. b onlc Co. at 30 S. W, 30th toad. Miami. Florida, intend to reglsr.rent,' d rnam0 W ^ ,h tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida BURNET B T K 'R 0?i N ; G NEBR,NO C Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 3/11-18-25 4/1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Second Avenue Self Service Laundry at 619 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Ha., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL FOX ESTHER FOX 3/18-25 4/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of f.ertler Top Soil Co. at 1053 N. W. 5th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH GERTLER 3/23 4/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bus ness under the fictitious name of Eddy s Market at 1342 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. *' EDWARD MEHLER Sole Owner 3/18-25 4/1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The Variety Concessions at Room 704, Pacific Building. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. Z. ALPERT HENRY SOLOMON Owners 3/4-11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LAD AND LASSIE at 645 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court ef Dade County, Florida. JEROME RUBIN LYDIA ANN RUBIN JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Owners 3/4-11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Gertler Supply Company, not Inc. at 1063 N. W. 5th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH GERTLER, Sole Owner 3/11-18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Kenholz Kosher Meat Products at 207 Almerla Avenue, Coral Gables, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 122950. SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER, Plaintiff, vs. SAM SINGER. Defendant. TO: SAM SINGER, 282 Pulaskl Street Brooklyn, New York. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against vou by SYLVIA WOLOVNICK SINGER on or before the 8 day of April, 1949. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 8 day of March. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., „___ Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 3/11-18-25 4/1 123092. HERMAN LEVY, Plaintiff, vs. SALLIE LEVY. Defendant. TO: SALLIE LEVY, c/o B. Kahn, 387 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce hns been filed against you by HERMAN LEVY, your husband. In the abovo styled cause and in the above named Court: and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or before the 16th day of April, A.D. 1949. otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks, in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 14 day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ. WE1NKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 3/18-25 4/1-8 ched'if ? VCr Clty Colle ee's hoop o ri e i 0r n ext y ear He wants L;? ar x T dGcks before having for iScrinihf ,S having plays and Sat" El." !" erial Prepared, so MBSF t0 be transcribed LEGAL NOTICE N0T '"TV N DER FICTITIOUS N'OTIPt,, NA ME LAW "uXUL'V,^ r,,VEN lhnt Avenue M&Eg, a 822 N Miami register ,,,H !" ^orlda, intend to ,h Orcfnt r" me wlth h Clerk of Florida Court of Dade County, MAT?. 1 ? RODRIQUEZ Eaua n,V; DE RODRIQUEZ AMOS B KNJAUJ^.'' 8 and 80le OWners J/K^.s^r.^ppilcante GP to ioui ml." p'i.'.. .-'I'" .? %  ".•._ tad Avenue, GIVEN that N '0TICP ia A J&S LAW *MM %  ELJw X.B. 8ad Avenue. SFJKfetSSSLto "Vist 1 0 ; cult Court of n.i le C1 rk of the C, r &•* FABFB 0wner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Joe Parody's Bar and Grill at 70fi 6th Street, Miami Beach. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH PERSICO Sole Owner HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 1703 Congress Bldg. 3/11-18-254/1-8 HOWARD DEVORKIN Sole Owner BERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 42U Lincoln Road 3/4-11-18-36 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thc undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Atchley's Department and Appliance Store at 2808 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS APTAKIN, Sole Owner LEONARD L KIMBALL Attorney for applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 3/11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 20638. RE: ESTATE OF AGNES ROBERTS, Deceased NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of AGNES ROBERTS deceased; and that on the 11 day of April, 1949, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of AGNES RORERTS, deceased. This 9th day of March. 1949. HARRY ROBERTS WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Executor 3/11-18-25 4/1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 123333. JOSEPH W. BROADBENT. Plaintiff, vs. MAUDE B. BROADBENT, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MAUDE B. BROADBENT '776 Huntington Turnpike Nichols Bridgeport. Connecticut You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Coraplaint for Divorce against you in the above-styled cause on or before the 29 day of April, 1949. otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed against you. DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 23 day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit CourL (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Ooneress Building Miami. Florida • 3/25 4/1-8-15 NOTICE TO' CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22279. In Re: ESTATE OF PHILIP ENGELHARDT, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Philip Engelhardt deceased late of Hudson County. New Jersey, to the Hon. W. J. Blanton. County Judge* of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March 22, A.D. 1949. ANNA KLINGER AND BERNARD W. ENGELHARDT, As Ancillary Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Philip Engelhardt, Deceased. WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Ancillary' Executors 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 3/25 4/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name of Bond Cleaners & Laundry at 3785 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSALIE I/5WE Sole Owner MYERS'. HEIMAN & KAPLAN 650 Seybnld Bldg. Attorneys for Applicant 3/4-11-18-25 4/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE SID-MAR MEAT & FOOD MARKET at 1155 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor,dR HARRY INDGIN GERTRUDE INDGIN THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 3/18-25 4/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Archies Tavern at 134 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS A. KAUFMAN (Sole Owner) ELRY STONE Attorney for Applicant 4/1-8-15-33-28 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123336. CONSTANCE DI BLASI. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH DI BLASI, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOSEPH DI BLASI 107 Mountain Road, rear of 224 Ogden Avenue, In care of Mrs. L. Ipsaro Jersey City, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, filed against you In the above-styled causo on or before the 29 day of April, 1949; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 23rd day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) __-— By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 121922. ANNA SEDLACEK, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH SEDLACEK, Defendant. YOU, JOSEPH SEDLACEK, 2083 Basset Avenue, Bronx, New York, are notified to file your Appearance In the above cause for Divorce, on or before the 4th day of April, 1949, £ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE FRUIT SHIPPERS at 1440 N. W. 36th St.. and 6668 Bwonvne Blvd Miami, Fie.. Hten-' to relitef said name wtt'i the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun'v Florida. Mvr:nv MTT MIR FRANK K. CASINO CHARLES CATTONE '.LAX RSILVER Utoiney for Applicants 3/11 -18-24/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business, under the fictitious name of Lincoln Center at 630 Lincoln Road. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH BODERMAN MAX BODERMAN JACK S1LVERMAN MARTHA SILVERMAN ESTHER BERGMAN HELEN SMITH HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Petitioners 420 Lincoln Road 3/18-25 4/1-8 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122887. RUTH DUNN, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD DUNN, Defendant. • TO: RICHARD DUNN 215 W. 90th Street New York City, N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by RUTH DUNN, your wife. In the above styled cause and In the above named Court: and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or before the 7th day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said BUI of Complaint win be taken as confessed by you. This order ls to be published once a week, for four (4) consccjtlvo weeks, In the Jewish Flortdlan, a rmwbpaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated thi.s 5th day of March, A.D. 1919 B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH H. GANZ and ARONOVITZ. WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 3/11-18-25 4/1 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Rosen's Market at 3428 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY L. ROSEN Sole Owner. 3/ 25 4/1-8-15-22 ^^_ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM) FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123354. THOMAS E. CHAMBERS. Plaintiff, vs. RUTH IDA CHAMBERS, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: RUTH IDA CHAMBERS Box 1502. Sheffield. Pennsylvania You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint In the above styled cause on or before the 25 day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 24 day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 3/25 4/1-8-15 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 122921. MILDRED CARPENTIER, Plaintiff, ve. CHARLES R. CARPENTIER, Defendant. TO: CHARLES R. CARPENTIER, 82 S. 2nd Ave. Mount Vernon, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed sj;ai t viu by MILDRED CARPENTIER on or before the 7th day of April. 1849 otherwise, the allegations of said bill will be taken as confcbsed against you. DONE AND ORDERED tble 7th dav of March, 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. EORGE J. TALIAVOF^ PUty ****• £•*! %  Itor for plaintiff. #711-18-25 4/1 *^r



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewish tkrkHan FRIDAY, APRIL 1. \ % Home For Aged Group To Meet Eugene Heiman Chosen TEP Head A general membership meeting of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the new Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1701 Washington Ave., according to Judge Harold B. Spaet, president. The business agenda will consist of the executive director*! report and reports of committees. Appearing on the program will be Ruth Brotman and Dr. Paul Beck in solo and duet, accompanied at the piano by Anyuta Melicov. Arrangements committee and hostesses include: Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, chairman, and the Mesdames Benjamin Feld, Max Eugene Heiman, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Heiman, 423 East Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach, was re-elected chancellor of Omega Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of North Carolina. Heiman is a first year law student at the university. Omega Chapter was a runnerup for the Chapter of Merit Cup for 1947-48. This cup is awarded by the national grand council of the fraternity on the basis of chapter standing on campus and community, scholarship, e xtra curricular activities and house appearance. __ Greenberg, Joseph Kane, Makovsky, Samuel Sapiro and B. J. Schwartz. ^_^_ u'wrn s*ny HT"wb 'imp n,vl —rial ^N"io naau^nA rmaiura Announces KOSHER PASSOVER MILK LIGHT & HEAVY CREAM SOUR CREAM 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 Cong. Beth El—Rabbi Murray Grauer Cong. Beth David—Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center—Rabbi Irving Lehrman Temple Beth Sholom—Rabbi Leon R. Kronish Beth Tfilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, takes personal care of the order of Kashruth TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ASK FOR BORDEN'S AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE PHONE 7-1611 Dr. E. C. Nance To Speak Dr. E. C Nance, president of the University of Tampa, will be the last speaker in the 1949 Town Hall Forum series Wednesday night at 8:15 at Temple Israel, according to Herman A. Binder, president of the Town Hall Corporation. Dr. Nance, who has served as a soldier, minister, college professor, will discuss "Creative Citizenship." "Dr. Nance's sense of humor," Binder says, "is delightful and during his last appearance here his audience was reluctant to have him bring his address to a %  close." B & B To Handle Complete Lin< Of Passover Items Bob Pierce, owner of the R *, n Kosher Market, 810-12 S W MM Ave., announces that he 'is offer ing a complete line of K os£ foods special for Passover The market is under the'suoer vision of the Greater Miami Vaarf Hakashruth and sells no fan, which are not strictly Kosher One of B & B's chief services is free delivery anywhere in the city. This means anywhere in eluding the West Miami section the Flagler-Granada section and other outlying areas, Pierce explains. Eugene Heiman JNF Chairman Honored Mrs. Clara Leff Clara Leff, national Jewish National Fund chairman of the Pioneer Women, who is visiting here from New York and is participating in a number of Pioneer Women activities, including the four-day bazaar that will begin at the Million Dollar Pier tomorrow evening, was honored at a luncheon Wednesday by Mrs. Jack Muravchick, 3340 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Guests at the luncheon, besides Mrs. Leff. were 9S members of Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women. Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Jewish National Fund chairman for Kadimah, and Mrs. David Washer assisted Mrs. Muravchick with arrangements. Cantor Joseph W. Malek Cantor Joseph W. Malek, nationally known Cantor, will conduct Sedorim Services both nights of the Passover Holidays at the Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Cantor Malek, noted for his beautiful tenor voice, officiated at High Holiday Services last year at the same location. TOD of ti* G Manischewitz Wines AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING KOSHER WINE "Taste the Difference* Concord Grape — Sweet GrapeMalaga — Sauterne From the State of Israel: Mizrach Carmel Slivovitz—Port—Tokay—Six Year Old Brandy Mt. Scopus Slivovitz and W ishniak FAMOUS ZWACK SLIVOVITZ FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN GREATER MIAMI OUR POLICY: Weinkles Will Never Be Knowingly Undersold M -' *L!*J BEACH CORAL GABLES 8525" N VV 12th' V |AMI : 2 211 PoiTce"l08Ponce Biscaynt Ave and )]]] de Leon de Leon BUo 23rd St Alton Roao Blvri Blvd. Pn 71115 Ph 9329? Ph 5 7655 Ph 4 4105 Ph.4 0363


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PAGE TEN +Jenistrk>ri(Jlati FRIDAY. APRIL I 1949 %  I i AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-3144 Sales and Service AUTO LOCKS SPEEDOMETERS WINDSHIELD WIPERS AUTO GLASS & PARTS SUN VISORS SPOT LIGHTS J. A. NILON J. P. NILON Yiddish Theatre On the Air WI\Z (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our New Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES j QUALITY WORKMANSHIP | ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES w.th "NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT" oxd "KNOW HOW MECHANICAL STAFF I 1 lUD&'I PLAN IF DESIRED • SAM MURRAY 1*17 IISCATNE IOULEVARD PHONE 9 4761 TRUCK DIVISION i N [ 1ITH STREET PHONE 9 7547 A Aetna Venetian Blind Custom Built Repaired Refi rushed — CORNICES — Represented by PERRY FAST Office & Plant 1002 East 24th Street HIALEAH, FLA. Phone 88-4571 [-710 S.W. 12th AV.MIAMI-i L.TEL. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' Passover Information By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth WE OFFKULLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly fumantd OK ftequeil SERVING MIAMI BEACH ft MIAMI Exclusively Jewish_ \ $&J*?t%&fi* ) JOS. L. PLUMMER funeral Director 1. The statements: "We have a traditional Seder;" "Passover meals served;" "A cantor will conduct Seder services" or even "A rabbi will lead in the Seder services" does not always prove that the place is kosher. 2. Before you make your reservations, make inquiry of an authentic orthodox rabbi to verify whether the place is really kosher. 3. Places which are kosher today may not be kosher the next day since things change very rapidly here. Find out about the Kashruth before making reservations. 4. No product should be purchased unless the identity of the endorser is ascertained. 5. Whisky is forbidden for Passover. Cognac or Shlivovitz which bears an endorsement from an authorized orthodox rabbi may be used for Passover. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth advises the public to buy, at least, "Carmel Wine" (from Israel) for the Sedorim. a. If you are unable to buy wine or schnaps from Israel, buy only those products which bear an endorsement from a recognized rabbi on the original label of the bottle. This endorsement should be part of the original package. If you have any doubt, call 5-3595 for information. 6. "Kitnios" such as string beans, green peas, lima beans, etc. are forbidden for Passover. 7. Use the Matzo labeled "For Passover Use Only." Be careful on this point, since there are matzos of well-known brands which are not Kosher for Passover. They may be used for Chometz only. 8. For the Sedorim, get "Matzo Shmura" if possible. It must be ordered in advance. 9. To those who eat wholewheat Matzos during Passover week, it is important for them to know that for the Seder ceremony: for the three Matzos of the "K'oro" (dish for the head of the table); for the "Korach" (the sandwich) and the Afikomen, they must use plain Matzo. 10. For "Karpas" or sweet herbs, you may use the following: celery, potatoes, parsley, radishes, etc. 11. For "Moror" or bitter herbs the best and most proper herb to be used is "lettuce." Horseradish may also be use but lettuce is preferable. 12. Statements, labels or signs "Passover Cake;" "Holyday Cake;" "Kosher l'Pesach" or for "Yom Tov" does not mean that the cake is Kosher for Passover. Unless the cake is in a sealed container, from an authorized authentic Rabbi, it should not be used for Passover. This applies to all kosher products. 13. Milk bearing the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth may be obtained from the Home Milk Co. and the Borden's Milk Co. 14. The dairy products of the Sunny Brook Creamery and of the Raskas Dairy Co. is Kosher for the use of Passover. 15. Tea and coffee of the Flamingo Coffee Co. which bears the endorsement of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is Kosher for Passover use. 16. Mechiras Chometz (selling of Chometz) may take place until Wednesday. April 13 at 10:30 a.m. Unless you sell your Chometz bejfore Passover, you cannot use it after Passover. This service is done by the rabbis of the syna( gogues. Attend to it early. 17. The time for "B'dikas Chometz" (check-up on Chometz to see that all Chometz was cleaned out) is Tuesday, April 12 right after sunset. 18. Wednesday, April 13 is a "Ta-anis B'chorim" (a fast day for the first-born). Participation is a "S'udas Mitzvah" such as a Siyum etc. frees them from fasting. A Siyum will take place at the various synagogues at Wednesday morning services. 19. The latest time for eating Chometz this vear is Wednesday, April 13 at 9:30 a.m. The latest hour to dispose of the Chometz (S'raifas Chometz) is Wednesday, April 13, 10:40 in the morning. 20. Wednesday, April 13—the WHOLE DAY—it is prohibited to eat Matzo until the "Seder Ceremony." From 9:30 a.m. to 4:27 p.m. you may eat Matzo pudding, Matzo Kneidlach, potato pudding, boiled potatoes and fruits, etc. After 4:27 p.m. until the Seder ceremony, only fruits may be eaten, if necessary. 21. Further information appertaining to Passover Kashruth or Kashruth in general may be obtained by calling the director of the Greater Miami Vaad Kakashrus, 5-3595. Dr. Springmyer Opens Clinic Here Dr. Clifton Springmyer has announced the opening of the 79th Street Clinic, 249 N.W. 79th St., of which he will be director. Specializing in the treatment of nervous conditions and chronic infections, the clinic will also handle general practice cases. A native of Idaho, Dr. Springmyer has been director of Central Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona, for the past several years. He attended Hollywood High School, Hollywood, Cal., and college in Los Angeles. He resides at 249 N.W. 79th St. with his mother, Mrs. Faye Springmyer. B'nai B nth B & P Unit To Hold Games Party A benefit games party is planned by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith, Business and Professional Women, Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at the Delano Hotel, it is announced by Miss Ethel Pont, president. Chairman of the affair is Edyth Fleischer, who will be assisted by Betty Bard, Connee Kahn, Dorothy Weinberg, Ruth Jenson and Dolly Lerner. Tickets are $1.50 per person and may be secured at the door. Proceeds of the affair will be allocated to the group's community service program. The public is invited to attend. DOV Chapter To Meet The DOV Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Card games and refreshments will follow the business meeting. Members and friends are invited to attend. The Raphaels WUAELS Announce their acquisition of the Exclusive Catering Facilities at BETH JACOB COMMUNITY CENTER HALL 311 WASHINGTON AVENUE BANQUET HALL AND DINING FACILITIES FOR BAR MITZVAHS — WEDDINGS — ENGAGEMENTS — ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS — BANQUETS — TEAS — ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES Reservations Now Accepted For PASSOVER SEDARIM AT BETH JACOB HALL and at the RAPHAELS AT THE WILLIAM PENN 722 Washington Avenue FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER $55 INCLUDING SEDARIM PHONE 58-5343 SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR PASSOVER Bakery Product! Prepared in our own Kixch.n UIITICRRETEI1 SO SWttT! SO HEAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its reel old-fashioned goonW i JiTINDUSTIESCODING, CANANDAIGUA 4 LILLIAN DURRANT'S 41st Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221 FLORAL FASHIONIST In Complete Wedding Service Specializing In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER Florida Dairies Announces with pleasure that arrangements have been made to provide Kosher for Passover Dairy Products HOMOGENIZED MILK, COTTAGE CHEESE AND SOUR CREAM to make your Holiday more enjoyable Under the Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Director BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH Be Sure It's Phone 2-2621 PLACE YOUR PASSOVER ORDER NOW OR TELL YOUR DRIVER LOOK FOR THE PASSOVER EMBLEM ON ALL PRODUCTS



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PAGE EIGHT Jew is it iicridttan FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 I i 1 I [ %  I %  Mrs. Laurence Levenson Annamae Feldman Wed To Laurence Levenson The recent marriage of Annamae Feldman of Chicago and Laurence Levenson, Miami attorney, hoo ueen announced by the bride's mother, Mrs. Serine Feldman. The ceremony took place at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago. Joan Landers was maid of honor. Other bridal attendants were Mrs. Robert Glick. Mrs. Robert Harrison, Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Bernadine Schallinger and Arlene Billow. Best man was Stuart Gordon and ushering were Sy Robbins. Monroe Feldman, Irvin Frumberg. Marvin Slung, William Silverman and Robert Harrison. After a honeymoon at the Boca Raton Club, the newlyweds are living at 3920 Garden Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Levenson is associated with the law firm of Robineau. Budd, Levenson and Van Devere. Bride-Elect Feted A bridal shower for Joyce Baker, bride-elect of Henry Roman, took place recently at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 West 31st St., Miami Beach, with a number of guests from New York and Massachusetts attending. Anita Seidel of Massachusetts, and Arlene Saks and Sylvia Tupler of Miami Beach were hostesses. They received in the garden of the Lesser home. The wedding will take place April 10 at the Roney Plaza. Personally Speakinq Mr. and Mrs. S. Wohlstadter, Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting their son-in-law and dauqhter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, 4312 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach. The visitors will remain until after Passover. Hyman V. Hecht, honor student at the Long Island College of Podiatry, will arrive here next week to spend the Passover holidays with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Hecht, 128 Washington Ave., Miami Beach + Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aronowitz, 1029 N.W. 31st St., announce the birth of a son, Marshall Arlen, born March 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Herbert Clark and son, Olan, of Trenton, N. J., are visiting Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marshall, 3760 N.W. 1st St. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Ukman returned to St. Louis, where they will make their home, after honeymooning at the Catalina Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Ukman, who has many friends in this area, graduated from the University of Florida, where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Hosts at a luncheon in the Delano honoring Dr. and Mrs. Alvan L. Barach of New York were Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz. Dr. Barach is an eminent chest specialist who flew here from New Orleans. Other luncheon guests included Dr. Barach's mother, Mrs. Jennie Barach on vacation in Miami Beach, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow, and Mrs. Adela Kolisch of New York. Announcement has been made of the arrival of Libbie Allene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blasberq, 841 S.W. 11th St., March 3 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Alexander Feinberg, of Springfield, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bblasberg, of Chicago, 111. Housequest of the new parents who came here from Springfield to await the blessed event is Mrs. Lillian Shapiro, sister of Mrs. Blasberg, who leaves tomorrow for her home. + Mr. and Mrs. Sigi Weil, who were married in New York City on March 20, are honeymooning at the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Weil is the national youth direvtor of Hapoel Hamizrachi. Mrs. Weil is the former Grace Kate Pollack of Brooklyn, N. Y. During their two-weeks stay here, the newlyweds are being entertained by Mrs. Weil's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pollack, 3884 N.W. 6th St. The visitors will be houseguests of the Pollacks next weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schwalb, owners of the Royal Hotel, Miami Beach, were hosts at an open house at their new home on Golden Beach in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Albu, and her daughter who are visiting them from New York. Mr. Albu will join his wife and daughter later. Albert J. Hirsch, president of the Royal Beauty Supply Co., Miami and West Palm Beach, will leave for New York today to attend the International Beauty Show at Grand Central Palace, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, 435 S.W. 31st Road, will leave for Havana Sunday on their second honeymoon in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. While in Cuba, they will stay at the Hotel Nacional. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey, 4245 Alton Road, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a boy, Scott Allan, March 15 at St. Francis Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Jasie, Miami Beach. Carolyn Saffer, Charles N. Bracker Married In Temple Israel Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nathan Bracker TODAY STARTS CONT. FROM 1:45 WED., APR. 6th MICHAEL MICHALESKO MENASHA SKULNIK and ANNIE LUBIN IN PERSON ON THE STAGE Funniest Comedian on the Yiddish Stage IN PERSON ON THE SCREEN ON THE SCREEN "THE POWER "LOVE AND OF LIFE" with MICHAEL MICHALESKO SACRIFICE" with Cantor Leibele Waldman PLi South End THE HOME STAGE AND 1ZA Miami Beach SCREEN SHOWS In a portrait gown of white lace trimmed with satin Miss Carolyn Saffer became the bride of Charles Nathan Bracker Sunday at Temple Israel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. The Rev. Maurice Mamches provided the nuptial music. The couple exchanged vows on the temple dais under a canopy of greenery and white lillies. The aisle down which the bride marched was arched with, miniature orange trees and other tropical shrubs. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer, 1425 S.W. 18th St. Mr. Bracker is the son of Mrs. Violet Bracker and the late Murray Bracker of New York City. The bride's gown was fashioned with a deep off-the-should V mounted on a white net yoke and lace panniers bound in satin over a very full skirt. She wore a court length veil of illusion and carried a white bible showered with white orchids. The gown was designed by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Sylvia Reiss, and was her gift to the bride. Miss Helene Saffer was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. Mitzi Fisherman was matron of honor. David Bracker, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Another brother, Milton, was Unable to attend due to newspaper assignments in South America, where he represents the New York Times. Bridesmaids were Marilyn Seligman, Rhoda Vogel, Elaine Etkins and Paula Bracker. They were attired in 'garden party frocks of delphinium blue. Ushers were Bernard Saffer, brother of the bride, Julian Weinkle, Jack H. Fields and Willet Fields. Gayle Brown was flower girl and Ernice Weinkle officiated as guest book attendant. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Saffer chose a gown of grey lace and a corsage of deep purple orchids. Mrs. Bracker wore turquoise blue chiffon and lace. A reception for over a thousand wedding guests followed the ceremony on the temple lawn and in the social halls. Following the reception the couple left for a tour of the south. For the wedding trip Mrs. Bracker wore a plum-colored suit with grey accessories, and an orchid corsage. The newlyweds will make their home In New York City, where Mr. Bracker is in the plastic accessory business. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Anna Fields, grandmother of the bride, Jack and Willet Fields, uncles of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Krauss, Mrs. Rose Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skulow, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruppaport, Dr. Reuben Rappaport, all of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Saffer, Mrs. Abe Saffer, Springfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Davia bracKer, B. Blumberg and Haiiis tJiumberg, Savanah, Ga. £ •: JL uraines Repeat Special! Party-Size Snacks 10 i IV2 o*. J !" 1 What fun you'll have with these delectable little jellies, marmalades, pickles and relishes. Just the right size jars for breakfasts, midnight snacks and picnics. And, what clever gifts they make too. Choose from: sour mixed relish, sour chow, sweet chunks, mustard pickles, apple mint J cll yorange-cherry marmalade and citrus marmalade. Burdine's. Miami. Fin. Foodf Shop. Fifth Floor and Booth. Str.et Floor



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+Jewist fhrldltoin PAGE FIFTEEN B'nai B'rith Council Formulates Plans For Second Annual Benefit Carnival Plais arc under way for the %  R'lith Council's second anBna fit carnival, according rln^no-ncSSint'by Chairt0 T.IIM P Channing. m l alldav Passover festival 11,6 iVn at 2 D m. Sunday, April fS continue until midnight. 17. and coin ^ wlth BnaJ „?hst week and set up chan TnlinV at the Beach Y, round of P the carnival and have scene oi l ". of boo th and indl ,P on Sholem Lodge Miami concession, a sho]em Women> B nH Tropical Lodge will operate SU The Emma Lazarus Chap^iil sell Passover sherbet and tef f, di-inks while the Zwitman s0 ?' RRYW will run fortune SB! bootlwnd a kissing booth. teiiii'B w r >,.Ki Q T.nrtep is exIsaac Levin Lodge, Donald Eanett; FDR Chapter, BBYM, Joel Vogel. Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith and BBYW Groups also plan to join in the spring drive with quotas set for them by the Women's District Grand Lodge. Men, women or young adults who wish to join B'nai B'rith may call the B'nai B'rith Council office at 3-6306 for details. ,J to award merchandise and chairman, announces. pe ^rv orizes at their booth and S'- C W'.11 r nriao and Women's TheCoral Gables Lodge ( is ex ec forth ^nore Lodge and Women Chapter will present unusual •SAfto Chan H n, H ng fo? id th y e ri de S will be provided for the vounger children in the afternoon ffa dance orchestra will be provided from 9 P.m. to 12. Each Sdje and chapter will decorate S booths in keeping with the k.1 dav spnit and the 'nai B'rith SSSl L announced that ,, 13inch trophy will be awarded at he close of the festivities to that R'nai B'rithunit whose concession is selected as being "unique and most attractive. The carnival wil mark the launching of the B'nai B'rith Council's spring membership drive, according to E. Albert Pallot, council president, and membership booths will be operated all day to enroll men, women and youth'in the nation's oldest Jewish service organization. There will be no admission charge to the carnival, and the public is invited. Plans for a spring membership drive have been announced by E. Albeit Pallot, president of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. The drive will be launched on Sunday, April 17, with the carnival and a goal of 300 new members has been set by George Bertman, Greater Miami drive chairman. Serving on Betnan's committee will be Mark BBverstein, financial secretary of the council, and Miss Edith Simmons, Emma Lazarus Business and Professional Women. Named as membership chairman for individual B'nai B'rith units are: Sholem Lodge, Sherburt Weiss: Miami Beach Lodge, Barnett Beckcrman; North Shore Lodge, Sam Weinield; Tropical Lodge, Mike Sussman; Coral Gables Lodge, Leonard Spiegel; Beach Hadassah To Hold Dance The Miami Beach Chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its annual dinner dance Sunday, April 10, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, Mrs. Leon J. Ell, Mrs. Alexander Kogan is cochairman of the event and in charge of reservations. Proceeds are earmarked for the Hadassah Medical Fund. For reservations call 5-5224. Hebrew School to Sponsor Seder The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a community Seder Wednesday, April 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the dining room of the school building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to an announcement by Adolph Feldman, overall chairman. The Seder will be conducted by Rabbi Simon April and the rules of Kashruth will be strictly observed in preparing the dinner. Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for children up to 12 years of age. Feldman will be assisted by William Weintraub. Reservations must be made in advance and may be made by calling Mrs. Sophie Moss at 9-1536 or Mrs. Herbert Feldan at 3-6191. Miami Y Sewing Class The formation of a sewing course for women at the Miami Y has been, announced by Mrs. Abe Cutler, chairman. The course will be given on Thursday afternoons at 2 o'clock in the lounge at the Y. The fee is $5, which covers the instructions but not the material, which each student must purchase for herself. The instructor is Mrs. Martin Rubinstein. GERTLER TOP SOIL CO.| Experts In LANDSCAPING Our Specialty—New Construction! BITTER BLUE SOD Wholesale—Retail PHONE 2-4032 Auxiliary Board Will Meet At Beth El Center Due to the Passover holidays the date of the Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged board meeting has been changed to Tuesday, April 5, at 1 p.m. at the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mrs. Etha Beck, president, urges all board members to be present. Miami Y Will Sponsor Jewish Music Festival In celebration of Jewish Music Month, the Miami YM & YWHA will sponsor a program of Jewish music Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Participants in the program will be the Jewish Folk Chorus, conducted by Ben Yomen; Dr. Paul Beck, vocalist; and the Habomim Folk Dancers. Admission is free. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Max P. Feld Opens Accounting Offices Max P. Feld, certified public accountant, announces the opening of offices at 835 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, today. A graduate of the College of the City of New York with the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration, Feld has been a resident of the Miami area for the past five years. Most recently he held the position of supervising senior accountant with the firm of Weber, Thompson and Lefcourt. Feld plans to specialize in income taxes, accounting systems, and industrial management in which fields he has had varied experience. Dr. Elliott To Speak Dr. John Elliott, director of research at the Dade County Blood Bank, will address the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon club today at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant, Seybold Arcade. Dr. Elliott's topic will be "Reorganization of the Blood Bank." Bill Pallot, luncheon chairman, will introduce the speaker. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-SS17 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTER* DON S. 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PAGE FOURTEEN JewMtier Mian FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949 1 i \ Anti-Discrimination Measures Revealed (Continued from Page 2) realistic way to begin to tackle the problem." Here in the guise of a solution, we find the old quota system with which we have been plagued at hospitals, schools and down the line. Another personnel man said that the best solution to the problem that he could suggest is early religious training and education. "It is work for the teacher and the minister and the social worker and should be begun early. It's a very unpleasant task for us to have to perform as part of our job, and, I believe, a rather fruitless one." The Jewish agency manager who attributed the discrimination by Jewish employers to their desire to escape from their identity with Judaism recommended that these employers be made aware of the scorn which their attitude evokes in their Gentile friends and associates. If they could only be made to realize the indignation that they bring upon themselves, they would discontinue this practice. Since these articles were begun. steps have been taken to form an organization which will be devoted to discriminatory employment problems. One method of combatting discrimination which has been suggested by our readers is an old Irish one that has been used very effectively on many occasions: the bovcott. "When there is conclusive evidence that the owner of a business has refused to hire Jewish help," they advise, "do not patronize him. Purchase your goods in other stores, eat in other restaurants, move into other hotels. Make the man who is guilty realize that discrimination is unprofitable as well as despicable, that it won't pay off in terms of dollars and cents." We do not profess to know a cure-all for the problem which has been haunting the Jews and other minority groups throughout history, but we do know that progress has been achieved when public pressure has played a significant role in the fight. If any of you who are guilty have reversed your policy through our efforts or if we have merely made you think about the problem, these articles will have served their purpose. William Hertz, A Patron Of Yiddish Literature Gables Women To Hold Games Nite A parody on radio dramas entitled, "Behind the Scenes in Soap Opera" will be featured at "Night of Games" sponsored by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women, Saturday, April 9, at the Coral Gables Women's Club, East Ponce de Leon Blvd. at Santillane Ave. Appearing in the comic drama will be the Mesdames Gail Podell, Thelma Rothstein, Rose Heines, Ray Matlin and Gertrude Hechler. The production will be directed by Mrs. Edward Mane Co-chairmen of the evening will be Mrs Arnold Lewis and Mrs. Sam Freeman, and the assisting committee will include the Mesdames Sylvia Blumston, Betty Jacobson, Herbert Rothstein, Norman Rothstein, Louis Heines, and Herman Fisher. Members of the Coral Gables Men's Lodge will be invited to participate in the games following the program. Bridge and mah jong tables have been planned. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded. Tickets at 75 cents may be obtained from members or at the door, it is announced by Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president. Proceeds will be allocated for the group's community service projects and its veterans' service program at the Pratt Veterans' Hospital. B'nei Akiva To Meet Mr. and Mrs. Sigi Weil will be guests at a meeting of B'nei Akiva, the religious Zionist youth of Hapoel Hamizrachi, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Beth El Center, 500 S.W. 17th Ave. Mr. Weil is the national secretary of B'nei Akiva. The second of a series of lectures on "Hapoel Hamizrachi, Its Ideology and Program" W JU ^ given, by Marvin Zalis. PASSOVER GOODMAN'S By HARRY SIMONHOFF The select circle of friends and admirers of William Hertz were deeply shocked at the news of his death in New York City. Mr. Hertz is survived by his widow. Mrs. Lillian Hertz, his daughter, Mrs. Frieda Lustgarten, besides two brothers and a sister of New York City. In 1937, Mr. Hertz retired from the textile business he had built up in Patterson, New Jersey, and moved to Miami. He lived in retirement at 1371 Thirteenth Terr., Miami Beach, and was a member of the YMHA. B'nai B'rith, Mental Health Society, and the Society for the Hard of Hearing. William Hertz lived through a critical era in* Jewish life. Born in Poland, in 1886. in a strictly Orthodox family, he received a Talmudic training at a Yeshiva. At the age of 21, he broke away from his Hassidic environment and joined the Socialistic clement, air.ong whom the Russian Revolution was already brewing. His entire outlook went through the transformation from extreme piety to extreme liberalism. He soon found it necessary to emigrate. In the United States, he served his apprecenticeship as laborer, shop operator, until he finally prospered in the textile business. His real interest, however, lay in books. Learned in Hebrew, he also read profusely in English. But he was passionately devoted to Yiddish literature. An ardent member of the Yiddish Scientific Institute, he worked constantly to increase its cultural collections. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now; you will IIVI on %  new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 • %  W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-6480 besides helping financially. Mr. Hertz' death will be a severe loss to a number of Yiddish writers, whom he encouraged, assisted, and in some cases almost supported. In his demise, Yiddish literature has lost a supporter and Yiddish authors a patron. At the age of 63, Mr. Hertz remained a staunch liberal with Socialistic leanings. At no time censorious or critical of others, he pursued a rational and humanitarian attitude towards life and society. A born intellectual, he nevertheless could succeed in business. Secular minded, he could understand, appreciate, and evaluate Jewish Orthodoxy. A non-Zionist, he was deeply stirred by the rebirth of the Jewish State. Those who knew Mr. Hertz could appreciate his dispassionate altruism, his detached liberalism, his high ideals and his unimpeachable integrity. His passing is a loss not only to his family but to the circle of friends who could understand and admire him. Joyce Voelker To Speak Joyce Voelker. fashion editor of the Miami Daily News, will speak on "What Miami Women Should Wear" at a meeting of the Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home to be held Monday, April 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall of the home, 4250 West Flagler St. Members and friends are invited to attend. Girls" Camp To Open In Florida The opening of Camp Robbins for Girls at Lake Como has been announced. The Florida vacation spot is situated midway between Orlando and Jacksonville and the camp boasts two spring-fed lakes on 15 acres of rolling country. Operated by Dorothy and Jacob Robbins. former practicing NewYork attorneys, Camp Robbins specializes in an elastic program of activities. Athletics are supplemented with more relaxing diversions such as dramatics, art, ; cooking, and reading in a wellstocked library. No uniforms are required and the management supplies blankets, pillows and linen. Fees are all-inclusive. Campers are housed, according to the Robbins, in a lodge with six baths. Personal inspection by parents (who may secure accommodations nearby) is invited. Reservations may be obtained by calling at 2292 or by writing to the owners at Lake Como. Tropical Beer Party B'nai B'rith Tropical Lodge No. 1713 will have a business meeting Monday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, followed by a beer party at a place to be announced. I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected Till.. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Criek Beth El PTA To Meet Plans for a model Seder for the children of the Beth El Sunday and Religious Schools will be discussed at a meeting of the Beth El PTA to be held Tuesday night at 8:30, according to an announcement by Milton Sachs, president. 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pimAY. AP RIL 1. 1949^ +Jmlstifhridtot) PAGE ELEVEN IN THE MAIL Unwarranted March 30, 1949 The Editor Jewish Flond.an Tarn not in the habit of rushJ iSo print to engage in conSerial debates. For some time have forced myself to res.st an nner compulsion to answer ui-rv simonrioff on some of the Harrv Simonnori on sonic oi c Vttacks he has engaged in in his Smn "Til Say" in your pubSn Very often his attacks i sharp and unfair. However, calmer judgment warned me were sharp and unfair. However, Z calmer judgment warned me aeainst engaging in that kind of fieht Undoubtedly, there is good and bad intermingled in everything, and I suppose it is the way if a columnist to high-light and exaggerate the bad things and to forget the over-balancing percentage of good. It seemed to me that if these attacks served no other purpose than to keep people and institutions on guard, and if these attacks do not otherwise hurt the causes for which we are all working, they may serve some useful purpose. However, when I got back from New York last Saturday and read Harry's article in the issue of Friday, March 25, my blood pressure went UD to unprecedented heights. I felt that this time Harry succeeded in doing irreparable harm to ;i project and to individuals that have received the deserved pK.udits and admiration of every impartial person. In this article Harry lias brushed aside all restraints of decency and all regard for truth in order to vent his spleen and bitterness, which undoubtedly springs from some personal motivations which have nothing to do with the merits of the case. I am particularly disturbed by Harry's attack on the American Zionist Emergency Council chapter in the Greater Miami area for alleged improper handling of funds raised by it. In a moment I will prove how unwarranted this attack is and let the facts speak for themselves, but why couldn't he have at least waited for another day instead of at this time when we are in the midst of a most difficult campaign for the Combined United Jewish Appeal to bring poison, suspicion, and doubts into the minds of the apathetic or unwilling contributors. As chairman of the 1948 Special Save the State of Israel Campaign, I hereby declare that every penny of the $13,000 that was raised in the rally at Bayfrqnt Park, in which Senator Pepper participated, was received by me and turned over to the Save the State of Israel Fund. The Zionist Emergency Council of Greater Miami, under whose auspices that rally was conducted, did not even deduct the expenses for same. It is true that at the rally that preceded it several weeks before at Flamingo Park, under the same auspices, a sum of about $18,000 was raised in response to an appeal by Dr. David Andron "for he battle of Israel on all its fronts the military, the political and the established fund raising projects." This money was divided into three parts—for the i?u ah Jew "h National Fund, and the Greater Miami Emergency J-ouncil. Simonhoff should have known that at that moment the Save the State of Israel Campaign had not been launched, that was lh o Jewish National Fund v h was advancing heavy millions to the Haganah from its Che 3. uers in Israel to fight the war. The Jewish National Fund was feeding the soldiers and proin Ln g 4 u r d for military outposts m ail the far-flung parts of the Negev. the Galillee, etc. It was JMLK £'' nd mone y through the wish National Fund and difficult to get U through the Haganah \Z r v '" u reasons, and this mater or bookkeeping in Israel was sow „ ave \' for its People, its count Sl the Protection of the Jew.h y M fl ? m con q ue st, and the inS National Fund was itself holding?. '" P reservi "8 i^ land ianip pvpninn • jhg celea wire which brat nn n £ ever >iriR of tl oratmn a Flamingo Park, ** read to the public wac __ 7 ""puuiiv wnicn Amp i^ 1Vod y th head of the cS an Tx Zionist Emergency admnn •u Dl Abba Hillel Silver. Son h J n 5u US that in ,he cele the l' he Jewish State and bv the n 1 ^ "^cognition of it 3wt weHM.. S,3tes Govern B5> %  m &f h .u Uld not be lulled to 'rnrnedh.t l lrn P r tance of its *dy h, r Pr0gram because aN y lhere was in the air prospects of nefarious activity to destroy the vitality of the State of Israel, on the part of he British Foreign Office and the "little foxes" in our own State Department. This was evidenced since in the vacillations of our own government that followed and the subsequent efforts to prohibit the United Nations Commission to enter Palestine and pave the way for the Provisional Government, and to impose such measures as a trusteeship, a somewhat improved Morrison-Grady Plan, and the Bernadotte maneuvers. I also want to call attention to the attack made by Simonhoff on the projected sending of a leading non-Jew from this community on a Study Tour of Israel being arranged under the auspices of the American Christian Palestine Committee. This is not an inspiration proposed by the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council. This is the result of a directive from the American Zionist Emergency Council and the delegates to this tour are being sent from all parts of the country. Forces are still being aligned against us for a large program of dangerous activity under the auspices of the ProArab League, the British, the oil companies and certain missionary agencies. A pro-Arab seminar is being held at the American University in Beirut this coming summer and the above mentioned agencies have invited as their guests several members from all th leading universities from all regions of the United States. They are coming back with poisonous propaganda. Our local choice was made for certain obvious reasons which we cannot always publicly expose. It is my feeling, as well as that of almost everyone else, that in the ten months of the existence of the new Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council more has been accomplished than in the twenty-five years preceding it under other leadership as practically everything had been sadly and sorely neglected. The Greater Miami Zionist Council is the most representative and the most democratic institution in our community. Mr. Simonhoff must use SAICHEL and adhere to the warning of our teachers. "Chachomim Nizharu Bedivraichem." Wise men beware of your words and please consult those who know authoritative facts before making public utterances. Very truly yours, ABRAHAM GOODMAN. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Qertier Top Soil Co. at 1063 N. W. 5th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH GERTLER 3/25 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DRAKE VILLAS at number 7730 Tatum Waterway in the City of Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB FRIEDl'S CLAIRE FRIEDL'S liHoRGE J. TALIANOFF \ttorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 4/1-8-16-M-S9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS BM1I NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Mjsm.ss MH.I.T the fictitious name of EOI'I.K S MEAT SUPPLY; PROM ;; %  ,£,^ KAT MARKET; PEOPLE'S MARKET; PEOPLE PRODI'CK PEOPLE'S PRODUCE MARKET; at number 2323 N. E. Miami Court In the ( I y of Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. %  'I* 'PLK'S MEAT SUPPLY INC Bv JOSEPH (HAK, Treas c.KOKCIO J TAI.IANOFF, Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 4/1-8-15-22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND •(•II.DADE COUNTY, FIX.IRIDA1N' CHANCERY. No. 123437. EDITH KIPRAIS, Plaintiff, vs MELVIN KIPRAIS, Defendant. TO MKLVIN KIPRAIS 43:. Ft. Washington Ave. New York, N. Y. toil are hereby ordered to file your appearance of answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by EDITH KIPRAIS on or before the 28 day of April, 1949, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you DONE AND ORDERED THIS 28 day of March, 1949. !•:. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/1-8-15-22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 123374. SARAH HUDSON, Plaintiff, vs. MARSHALL R. HUDSON, Defendant. TO: MARSHALL R. HUDSON 1504 South Perry Montgomery, Alabama. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to file your appearance or answer to the Kill of Complaint for divorce filed against you by SARAH HUD80N on or before the 28 day of April, 1949. otherwi.se the allegations of said Bill will he taken as confessed against you. DONE and ORDERED this 28 day Of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. TURK & NEWMAN Solicitors for Plaintiff 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT L>F THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 122486. IRVING GOLDBERG, Plaintiff, vs. PEARL GOLDBERG. Defendant. You, PEARL GOLDBERG. 710 Pancoast Street. Dlckson City. Pennsylvania, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause for divorce on the 28 day of March. A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 18 day of February, A.D. 1949 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY. No. 123417. HELEN WELLS PUFFER, Plaintiff, vs. GORGE DEWEY PUFFER. Defendant. TO: GEORGE DEWEY PUFFER. Defendant 214 West Fayette Street Syracuse, New York You are hereby ordered to appear in the above styled cause for divorce on or before April 26. 1949, or Decree Pro Confesso will "be entered "YHJNVAND ORDERED this 26 day of March. A.D. 1949. __„. KT E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of said Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 1. +JenisliHcridk}n PAGE SEVEN TIDES 0 NTHE0CEAN-tl2fhST. Limited Reservation* Still Available for the 8 Days of PASSOVER and SEDORIUM Kashruth Strictly Observed. The true beauty and tradition of the Sedorium will be conducted by a well-known cantor. Early Reservations Suggested TELEPHONE 5-6701 Ownership Management SAMUEL M. GRUNDWERG MORRIS NEWMARK INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled Only Stocks and Bonds listed in the New York Stock Exchange. Original Investment Guaranteed Against Market Loss— (Sui.ty Company Policy). NATHAN ABRAHAM P 0. Box 1922 Miami 11. Fla. EXIT LONELINESS FIND HAPPINESS NOW JOIN THE CIRCLE CLUB Chamber of Commerce Building 141 N. E. 3rd Ave., Room 501 PHONE 2-6242 Open 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. WRITE P. O. BOX 3468 LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour WBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from II A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 AM. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR. CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA Essen Construction Co. 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Passover Advisory (Number 1 for April 1, 1949) By RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Executive Director, Beth Jacob Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth The holy day of Passover begins Wednesday evening, April 13 and closes Thursday night, April 21. Sedorim are held both first evenings. Preparation for the Passover includes the ritual removal of leaven (Bedikass Chametz), which takes place Tuesday night, April 12, in the home; the sale of all manner of leaven remaining within a Jew's possession (Machirass Chametz) through the agency of a rabbi not later than 10 a.m., April 13; and the burning of leaven (Biyur Chametz) the same morning. Packaged Passover products should bear the endorsement of an orthodox rabbi. The words "Kosher for Passover" alone are not adequate. Matzo marked "not for Passover use" may not be used. All fresh fruits and most vegetables, excepting legumes such as beans, peas, string beans, etc., may be used on Passover. The dairy products of the Land O Sun Dairies, Florida Dairies, Southern Dairies and Sunny Brook Creamery will be prepared for Passover under our supervision and will bear the signature of Rabbi M. Mescheloff. PepsiCola will be bottled for Passover under our supervision and will be sealed with caps bearing the initial K P. Wherever possible new utensils or utensils used on Passover only should be used. Enamel ware, agate ware, glassware and plastic ware which have been used with leaven cannot be made Kosher for Passover. In making arrangements to eat Passover meals outside the home great caution should be used. The words "Passover meals," and the like in Hebrew or English are no guarantee of kashruth. The announcement of "traditional meals" or the participation of a cantor are not guarantees of kashruth. For information concerning any product, the methods of "koshering utensils," or any other Passover problem, call the executive director, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, 5-6150 or 5-1328. The Beth Jacob Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth supervising twenty kosher butcher shops on the Beach for the past ten years wishes all a happy, kosher Passover. ROKEACH Jewish Education Bureau Miolem Prexies Holds Passover Seminar The fourth in a series of leader seminars for the Jewish festivals was conducted Wednesday night by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Passover projects were discussed and appropriate songs for the festival were taught. Hy Pomerantz, director of extension activities, announces that more and more leaders are taking advantage of these seminars. The following groups were reprseented at the seminars: Young Judaea, Habonim, B'nai B'rith, I.Z.F.A., Masada and Jr. Hadassah. For further information regarding these seminars, call the Bureau of Jewish Education at 3-5858 or 9-0489. B'nai B'rith Youth Unit To Hear Rabbi Grauer "The Significance of the Symbols of Passover" will be the subject of an address by Rabbi Murray Grauer at a special meeting of the Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y. Guests at the meeting will be members of the Colman Zwitman Chapter of Miami Beach BBYW. Charlotte Sandier heads the arrangements committee and she will be assisted by Doris Klein. President of the Debbs Chapter, Doris Brown, will greet Carol Potasnick, president of the Zwitman group. To B? Honored Twelves past presidents ofcj Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be honored at special ceremonies Tuesday 8:15 p.m. at Temple Israel. Outstanding community leaders who have headed the Jewish service organization during the past twelve years include, Nathan Adelman, Isaac Levin, Elry Stone, Abe Aronovitz, Burnett Roth, E. Albert Pallot, Louis Heiman, Harold Turk, Milton A. Friedman, Sam Silver and Marx Faber. Highlight of the evening's program will be descriptions of the most humorous incident occurring during the administration of each president. Characterizations of these incidents will be portrayed by lodge members. The program is under the direction of Sidney Aronovitz and he will be assisted by president-elect, John Kronenfeld. Plans will be discussed for the installation of officers at a dinner dance, May 1, at a Beach hotel. Seder Set For April 16 The third annual Seder of the Greater Miaasi Farband branches will take place on Saturday night April 16, at the banquet hall of Temple Beth Sholom. A special program in the spirit of traditional Pesach celebration will be presented. For reservations call 5-0160. Estimate. 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PAGE FOUR t-Mnisti rtcrkUar) FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 • EDITORIAL In Encouraging Report The Joint Distribution Committee has spent over seventy million dollars in 1948 for the relief and rehabilitation of 700,000 Jews in twenty countries and the staggering sum of $367,570,000 for overseas relief since its inception in 1914. The report is simultaneously a tribute to the vast accomplishments of the JDC and a reminder of the horrors and persecutions to which Jewry has been exposed the past thirty-five years. One shudders to think what would have happened to Jewry overseas if a kindly providence had not made it possible for us Jews in America to become angels of mercy, succor and rescue. History moves swiftly in the century of the atom. But, however swiftly it moves, it cannot engulf nor even lighten the tragedy that has befallen our people. A people that has lost six millions souls in the span of several years through deliberate destruction cannot easily be comforted or consoled. The rise of Israel has assuaged our spirit but it has not healed the wound. But if we are to look for consolation, we must turn our eyes to Israel. The authors of the JDC annual report recognized that fact when, in declaring that Europe's surviving 1,400,000 Jews achieved their greatest progress towards rehabilitation in 1948, they pointed out that the founding of Israel was the chief factor in providing the emigration opportunities and that "the odyssey of terror which began with the rise of Hitler ended for 105,000 Jews whom JDC helped to reach Israel" through supplying transportation and other costs. Compare that 105,000 figure with the 20,000 Jews whom the JDC helped leave Europe for new homes in the United States, Canada, Latin-America and Australia, and it becomes apparent that HER OFFERING tens of thousands of our brethren would have been condemned perhaps to an eternal DP status had there been no Israel. It is good to know that 1948 saw such major achievements in the JDC efforts. But, as pointed out by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the JDC European Executive Council, there are still in The First 13 The Greater Miami Jewish community is numbered among the thirteen largest Jewish communities in the United States. This fact was brought out last week in a report of a survey of Jewish population statistics issued by the American Jewish Committee. The population survey prepared by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation numbers our local citizenry in excess of 40,000. Many active Miamians believe that this figure underestimates our permanent year-round population and are fully confident that a present day check would send the number over 50,000. From the community service view point, as is true in the local commercial world, this area has not been able to keep up with the rapid growth and expansion. Greatly accelerated planning and action will be necessary to catch up. Long-time residents find it difficult to realize that the village has grown into a big city with such a substantial Jewish community. People from all over the country indicate that Miami will continue to grow—that young and old everywhere have their eyes in this direction as their future home. major tasks ahead for the agency in 1949, such as immigration help for at least 120,000 persons hoping to go to Israel and other lands, reconstructive aid to enable a minimum of 100,000 achieve a productive life, continued welfare programs covering child-care, religious and medical needs and greatly increased assistance to meet the critical Jewish situation in North Africa. The history and record of the JDC is an assurance that the task will be met with the continued sup port of American Jewry. Beth David To Sponsor Seder Congregation Beth David will hold a traditional Seder Wednesday evening, April 13, in the Talmud Torah, according to an announcement by Mrs. A. Lasko, chairman of the event. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate with Cantor Maurice Mamches assisting. The meal will be prepared in accordance with the rules of Kashruth, Reservations may be made by calling the synagogue office. Puchkoff To Speak Puchkoff will lecture Sunday to the Histadruth L'Tarbut Ivrith. the Hebrew Organization of Greater Miami, at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza Forum. 11th and Collins Ave. His subject will h* "State and Relieion." All interested in Hebrew are invited to attend and participate in the discussions. Paintings To Be Shown Albert Pick, 4609 Pine Tree Drive. Miami Beach, will be host at a reception at his home tonight at 8:30. A selection of paintings by internationally famous Israeli Artists M. Matusovsky and Jacob Steinhardt will be exhibited. Mme. Mana-Zucca, noted pianist and composer, will give a recital of her own compositions lor the entertainment of guests. All interested in art are invited to attend. There will be no solicitation. Menosha Skulnik Will Appear On Plaza Bill The new show opening at the Plaza Theater, Miami Beach, on Wednesday will feature the personal appearance of Menasha Skulnik, renowned Yiddish comedian. Cantor Leibele Waldman will be seen on the screen in "Love and Sacrifice." The current attraction at the Plaza is "The Power of Life," with Michael Mickalesko who also appears in person on the stage. Wladeek Unit To Mark Birthday Wladeek Branch No. 699 of the Workmen's Circle and its Women's Club will celebrate the organizations' third anniversary Sunday evening at 6 o'clock with a supper and concert at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. | Since its founding, the Wladeek (Branch has sponsored a program of educational and cultural activiI ties. Sunday is devoted to a different cultural project. In addition, the group maintains the Arbeiter Ring Shule with 30 pupils and a teacher, Mordecai Gleberman. For reservations call J. S. Siegel at 2-3474, Morris Jacobs at 3-2657 or Charles Weintraub at 48-8586. Luncheon Club To Meet A regular meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club will be held Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Hamburger Hearth, 1539 Washington Ave., Miarni Beach. vJewist fk>ridian Published every Friday ince IP?/ uy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N i£ Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered a* second-class matter July 4, I930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed Hie Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service, National Editorial Association, American Association of EnglishJewish Newspaoera. Florida Press Association SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: Or.e Year $ 3.00 Two Year* $ 6.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume 22 Number 13 FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949 NISAN 1, 5709 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK llth .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND K<>H DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 123484. FRANK KASPSHAK, Plaintiff, vs. ANNA KASl'SsIAK. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ANNA KASPSHAK, Iff, Engert Avenue Brooklyn, New York You are hereby required to file your appearance in the above-styled cause on or before the 30 day of April. 1949; otherwise the alienation* of the Hill of Complaint for Divorce in said cause will be taken HK confessed bv you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 30 %  lay of March. 1949. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1701 Con tress Building Miami, Florida 4/1-8-15-22 PbOtO Arts Heheamng in the court room scene from tho Miami Y variety show to bo held at the Y Sunday and Monday nights, April 10 and 11, axe (1. to r.) Jewell Ungar. Sherburt Weil*. Leo Ackerman. Ruth Nuremberg, Al Cook. Abe Aionovitx and Dorothy Kaplan. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUI1 COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COI'NTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No 123485. KATHERINE RZEPIELA. Plaintiff. vs. JOHN RZEPIELA. Defendant. THE STATE OF FIjORIDA: To JOHN RZEPIELA, 541 Orand Avenue Brooklyn 22, New York You are hereby required to file your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above styled cause on or before the 30 day of April. 1949, otherwise the allegations <>f Mid Hill will be taken as confessed by you DATED at Miami. H#d:i, till". 3n dav of March, 1949. „ E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court fClrcuit Court K.-;il > By WM W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SAM SII.VHH Solicitor for Plaintiff 1701 Congress Building; Miami, Florida 4/1-4-15-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF BAM KALER, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and 'demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of SAM KALER deceased late of Miami Beach. Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. S'ald claims or demands t.> contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March 31, A.D. 1949. DORA KALER. As Administratrix of the Estate of SAM KALER. Deceased. SAM SILVER Attorney for Administratrix 4/1-8-15-22 .!_ NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA PL COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123457. ., „ KITH MILLER, Plaintiff, vs. MAX MILLER, Defendant. You, MAX MILLER. 168S Broadway, New York, New York are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce on the 2n 1 day of May, A.D. 1949, otherwise decree pro confesso will be entered against you. Dated this 29th day of March. A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) __, „_ By M C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Sevbold Building Miami. Florida 4/1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123446. NAOMI HAND. Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD HAND, Defendant. TO: EDWARD HAND c/o Penn McKee Hotel McKeesport, Pennsylvania _.___ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by NAOMI HAND, your wife. In the above styled cause and In the above named court, and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance In said proceedings on or before the 30th day of April. •*• otherwise the allegations of said llin of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published once %  week for four (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewlah Floridian. a newspapei published in Dade County. Florida Dated this 2Sth day of March. A.i 1949 E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) ,.,_ By WM. W STOCKING Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOV1TZ Solicitor* for Plaintiff 4/l-a-y-22



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PAGE TWENTY Jewistfkr Mian FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949 • I Strictly Confidential Brotherood Week Rather Weak We wonder whether many of you had occasion to read the most recent Elmo Roper survey on prejudice in our nation Although President Truman has contributed to the debunking of public polls. Roper's fact-finding organization is one of the most accurate instruments to measure public opinion The poll was completed a few weeks ago and only a week after the national observance of Brotherhood Week The poll reveals that almost 411% of our population think that "the Jews are acquiring too much economic power" Almost 20% singled out the Jews for "having too much influence in our political life" 56% said "they'd rather not have Negroes in their homes as guests. Bunched in second place were Mexicans, Filipinos and Chinese And just behind these groups came Jews and Italians" Just under 50% said "they'd be against marriage to Jews" Elmo Roper's conclusion states among other things: "I have tried to give you in as objective a manner as I know how this inventory Much of it is personally shocking to me, as it must be to anyone who takes the trouble to learn the elementary facts about the status of minority groups in our country today" Reliable sources insist however, that this Roper poll was watered down after consultations with one oi our top defense agencies Not that the figures were changed but the tone of the presentation was edited The millions of dollars spent bv the National Conference of Christians and Jews and its expensive publicity machine are not generating much good will towards minority groups, it would seem. Quotations "Statements from the right, like those of Cardinal Mindszenti. Catholic Primate, making peace between Jews and Gentiles deM. B. GARRIS Consulting Engineers PHONE 48-9876 Now Located at 622 S. W. 27th Ave. pendent upon the liquidation of the political police and abandonment of the prosecution of war criminals, revived the ancient pattern of collective Jewish accountability The Jews were to blame for a situation entirely outside their influence and control" From the American Jewish Year Book, page 418. 1947-1948 • The Year Book is published bv the American Jewish Committee which now defends Mindszenti's Jewish And "Under the Horthy regime the Hungarian pe were economically oppressed by the Jews But today. .war. the Hungarian people suffei political persecution from • Jews" statement by Card] Mindszenti. in ar. interview [ lished in the London News Chronicle Another Quotation "Today, as in the past. antiSemitism serves only the enemies of Poland • The Russian Tused anti-Semitism to combat cur striving for independence Hitler tried to make German slaves out of us with the aid of anti-Semitism Today, those who would exploit the Polish people rely upon anti-Semitism to achieve their goal" Ar. excerpt from the "Manuel of Political Education" for soldiers in the Polish army. Hitler's Youth New York Times corespondent Sidney Gruson mailed several interesting articles from Berlin to his paper Gruson's rather candid impressions confirm what we knew, namely that the youth in Germany is yearning for the good old days of the Hitler regime The boys and girls interviewed by the Times correspondent say: "I haven't noticed anything at all of democratic reeducation" ... Or, "I like the Bund Deutsche Maedschen and I don't know of anything among the clubs we have now that is better" And still another youngster sighs "When there was a Hitler Youth, the young people %  pom*p-nS*f^v inn Rabbi Joseph E. RackoYsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 TEL 82-4202 \ We Carry a Full Line of Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKE WHITE FISH BUFFALO AND CARP Also All Southern Fish WE GRIND YOUR FISH FREE 147 N. W. 5th STREET EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST Get a FREE CHECK-UP at Dixie before you report for AUTO INSPECTION Check Brakes, Windshield Wiper, Lights and Wheel Alignment and Tires. Be sure your car will pass inspection quickly. STOP IN NOW! See your nearest Dixie Tire Station MIAMI • 101 S W. FIRST STREET 4100 N.W. 22nd Ave. 2-6133 TUMI BEACH I4S FIFTH STREET 1141 ALTON ROW had military training ar.d sport and I didn't have time for silly ideas. Today we are demoralized. ." The Zionist War The forthcoming Zionist convention will be held in about two months in New York ... It will be the battle ground between the Silver-Neumann and Lipsky-Wise forces But the conflict will be short and bloodless The Progressive Zionist Committee led by American Zionism's shrewd politican Louis Lipsky hardly make a dent in the Neumann forces The administration candidate for president, prorablv Daniel Frisch will be overwhelming elected Nobody will be able to explain why the N( umann administration took the pposition seriously But we can tell you right now that the knesa of the Progressive Zion._-: Committee :. ; an organizational pneumonia ... It has no stamina and therefore will have no delegates How do we know all thii s definitely We the situation and the persons involved and came to the n that there is too much talk and UX much "strategical ssip" and no organizational action among the Lipsky-ites Which is rather unfortunate because the Israeli top leaders would like to see a charge in the American Zionist leadership But it won't happen this summer. Father and Sons A. Kusman, chief weather forecaster of New York, who invented a forecasting machine is the son of the Yiddish poet and journalist Leon Kusman ... Lee J. Cobb, star of Broadway's smash hit "Death of a Salesman" is the son of a typesetter in the Yiddish Daily Forward America's most distinguished heart specialist Dr. Harry Gold's father was an orthodox rabbi Radios Gabriel Heatter also said Pop to a Yiddish newspapermen Gentleman's Agreement Laura Z Hobson's father was a Yiddish editorialist ... And the author. of the best seller "Mrs. Mike" a J e .w th V55t nd dau S h ter-in-la w of the Yiddish contributor to tha now defunct "Tageblatf whn signed himself "Israel der Yan kee" And so the cultural melting pot boils on and on IIIIK & EISENSTEIN RtoUoJi Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Year* of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 +Jml$ii florid/at PAGE SEVENTEEN IN THE MAIL Untrue Charges The Jewish Floridian 120 N.E. Sixth St. Miami. Florida pear Mr. Shochet: The writer of your column "I'll Say on March 25 has made many deliberate untrue statements and charges regarding the present rreatcr Miami Zionist Emergency Council, some of which I should like to refute. Though the Zionist Emergency Council of 1945 headed by the author of the above mentioned column and consisting only of a fp ... representatives of the Hadassah and Z.O.A. bodies did sponsor several rallies with the picketing of the British Consulate and a parade on Washington Ave yet it was only but a Pyrrhic victory—for so much animus had been engendered by the dictatorial tactics of its then chairman that a real disintegration of the Council had taken place. Its chairman was forced by his closest friends to step down for the good of the cause. Our present chairman who has devoted his life to Zionism new in our community with a.background of much outstanding experience and accomplishments recognized as such by national bodies and leaders was drafted in spite of his reluctance to head the Council almost a year ago. The Council was then reorganized and became truly representative of our community. In addition to representatives from, all the ZOA and Hadassah bodies there were added representatives of Labor Zionist Groups, Mizrachi organizations, the Hashomer Hatzair, the Revisionists, the Achdut Avodah, and representatives from all other bodies of the Jewish Community at large such as American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith, War Veterans, Conference of Jewish Women, all synagogues, | etc. Delegates were also added from other communities such as Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, Coral Gables, etc. The record and effective results of this past year's achievements beginning with the Flamingo and Bayfront Park rallies through the Southeastern Conference on Israel not mentioning the many other important activities speaks for itself. The members of the Council and all those who have followed its work know that many vital matters totally neglected in the past were for the first time well taken care of under the new administration. All members of the Council were officially designated by its constituent bodies. The writer of "I'll Say" who failed to attend a single meeting since the Council's reorganization claims that a rule was forced through to drop all members failing to attend two meetings. This is a definite misstatement of fact. No such rule was ever adopted and no one was ever "cashiered." Only those people who failed to attend a single meeting during the entire year were asked whether they preferred to retire from it. This request in a letter also included a specific plea to continue on the Council, but to attend meetings and serve. Only a very few people were involved and the only action followed was that designated by the recipient of the letter. This correspondence is available to anyone interested. It is the thesis of the writer of this letter that no man should assume* the Jovian prerogatives of making final judgments on other men and their positive efforts. What a pity that we not only witness the pen diarrhoea and vituperations of a Pegler in our daily press but that our local Jewish press is sponsor to one who writes as loosely about our community problems such as the Negro question, the Hebrew Academy, Federation, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, as he has about the Zionist Lmergeney Council. The "petticoats" would be so very proud of the fact if it were just they who had been solely responsible for the achievements of the reorganized Zionist Emergency Council. Are we not also aware of the fact that according to the fundamental rule of psychology that of retrospective observation, one who makes such a statement is usually himself Sisterhood To Choose Leaders The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will elect officers Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kaplan Hall of the Temple, according to an announcement by Mrs. Isaac Levin, president. Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of the nominating committee, will present the slate selected by her committee. Nominations for every office will also be accepted from dominated and influenced in his utterances and writings by a singular petticoat? Very sincerely yours, SYDELL COHEN the floor, Mrs. Levin reports. Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman, program chairman, will introduce a noted horticulturalist who will speak on "Flower Arrangements" and will demonstrate corsage designs. A social hour will follow the program. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. V. Simons, Mrs. Elry Stone and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. 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PRIDAY. APRIL I, 1949 +Jenisii Fhrldian PAGE THREE tforth Shore Unit Announces Slate Nominations for officers of the North Shore, B'nai B'rith Lodge, have been announced by outgoing president, A. J. Kaplan Mark Silverstein has been nominated for president of the North Shore group. Nominated for vice presidency were Jack Lawson, Melvin Richard and Leonard Tobin. Dr. Norman J. Russ received the nomination for second vice president. Other nominees were: financial secretary Leon A. Rappe; treasurer, Sam Woinfeld: recording secretary Leo J. Steinman; warden, Nathan J. Berkowitz; guardian, David Fenton and Lou Sherman; chaplain. A. J. Kaplan. Election of officers will be held on Monday at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. University Will Sponsor Cerebral Palsy Forums First in the series of educational forums on Cerebral Palsy sponsored by the University of Miami, will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room L-2, main campus. Jack D. Emerson, instructor in the psychology department at the University of Miami, will speak on "Neurological Aspects of Cerebral Palsy." Emerson has been connected with the University of Miami since 1946. He is a graduate of the University of Florida where he majored in psychology. He holds degrees in Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts. He was formerly assistant in the Bureau of Mental Hygiene at the University of Florida. This forum is being conducted by the Dade County Society for Crippled Children in conjunction with the annual Easter Seal Campaign. This is a public service feature and is open to all interested persons. Cantor Malek to Officiate At Strath Haven Seder The Strath-Haven Hotel, 411 Ocean Drive, has announced the engagement for the second consecutive year of Cantor Joseph Malek, prominent in musical circles both locally and in the north, to officiate at Seder Services on the first two nights of the Passover holidays. Reservations are now being accepted at t he Strath-Haven, where according to hosts Samuel Kupperman and Louis N. Lechner, "delicious food will be served in strict accordance with dietary laws and in the traditional manner." Cantor Malek participates in local activities in addition to his musical contributions, and serves as director of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. He is an attorney practicing in Greater Miami. Hollywood News HOLLYWOOD Motion picture producer Jack Skirball is the only movie-maker in Hollywood who, if film business should go on the rocks, can return to his onetime profession of being an ordained rabbi. However, producer Skirball doesn't believe that the movies will ever go broke, and that he will ever have to face the necessity of returning to his former title of Rabbi Skirball. His recent films such as "Magnificent Doll" (Ginger Rogers), "Guest in the House" (Claudette Colbert), "So Goes My Love" (Myrna Loy) and "Shadow of a Doubt" (Joseph Cotton) were all big box office hits, resulting in the fact that the rabbi-turnedproducer is today one of the movie colony's busiest (and happiest) creative artists. • • • Walter Winchell has been offered $20,000 a week to emcee a once-weekly half-hour television variety show on CBS. It would, in effect, he a Winchell package, with talent money to be over and above the $20,000 weekly Winchell tab. Walter, still in Florida, is reported seriously mulling the bid, proferred on behalf of the potential bankroller by radio producer Irving Mansfield. Irving is keeping the client auspices under wraps pending further talks. A couple of possible snags would have to be ironed out first if WW says okay. • • A writer ran into Warner Producer Jerry ("Johnny Belinda") Wald and said, "I saw your 'Don Juan' picture last night." "How'd you like it?" beamed Jerry. "Well," the writer replied, "I walked out in the middle." Wald went white, then muttered, "But why?" "Because," answered the writer, "I came in in the middle!" Temple Isaiah Sisterhood To Meet Monday Night A musicale will be the highlight of the meeting of Temple Isaiah Sisterhood to be held Monday at 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, 5655 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. Miss Marion Carley will be the featured singer, accompanied by Miss Betty HaUam. Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness and Mrs. J. B. Keys will be hostesses. Plans will be made for a Community Passover Seder to be held at the Cadillac Hotel, April 13 and 14. Mrs. Ben Silver and Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter are co-chairmen of the affair. Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader, will conduct the services. V 1** ? *> 6 00 jo **>' 00* > to& *** m •i ** #*****Z*9*" Si ii ,c ft *' M 0/* 0 K *" lV# to* 1110 S ltf< 0* Shandloff Unveiling Slated For Sunday The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Shandloff will take place Sunday at 12 noon at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shandloff was active in numerous civic and religious organizations. He was one of the founders of Lodge No. 192 of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, which was named in his honor after his death. This organization is in charge of arrangements for the unveiling rites. All members of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, officers and members of all other organizations of which the deceased was a member and friends are asked to be present. The procession will assemble at Biscayne Blvd. and 14th St. Transportation will be provided for those who do not have cars. In case of rain the unveiling will be postponed until April 10. 6H Beth-El Community Seder APRIL 13th. 1949, AT 7:30 P. M. at Dora August Memorial Hail Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Milton Friedman Officiating CATERED SEDER MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW At office of Congregation—500 S. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-3004 Beach Auxiliary Board Will Meet Tuesday A meeting of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held at the home of Mrs. Julius Weisglass, 1406 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, according to an announcement by Mrs. Benjamin Appcl, president. Final arrangements for the testimonial luncheon honoring Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, retiring president, to be held at the Delmonico Hotel Wednesday will be made. Plans will also be formulated for the annual card party for the Sidney Appel Medical Fund, which provides all medical needs and appliances for the residents of the home. Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan and Mrs. Mollie Shuman are co-chairmen of the party. 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gomAV, AMUL 1, iMft +Jewis§> ihridUaf) Pallot Is Named Elks Leader E. Albert Pallot E. Albeit Pallot was recently elected exalted ruler of the Miami Lodge NO. 948, B.P.O.E. Pallot, who is president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, is a former assistant attorney general of the state of Florida and is former attorney for the Florida state board of administration. He has served as president of the Miami YMHA, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, master of Hibiscus Lodge and Coconut Grove Lodge F. & A.M., and patron of the Order of the Eastern Star. Other officers are: W. A. Cashon, esteemed leading knight; Daniel G. Satin, esteemed loyal knight; Henry Noyer, esteemd lcturing knight; R. E. Norcross, secretary; A J. Cornfield, treasurer; Herbert Chase, tiler, William Shayne. trustee. Holdover trustees include: Hugh H. Canny, Robert H. Wetmore, J. R. Fitzpatrick and Dudley M. Cawthon. REFINED BUSINESS LADY in her thirties Wishes to meet gentleman in his forties State phone number if possible Write H. L. Box 2973, Miami 18 The Family of the Late ELIZABETH RAFF Gratefully acknowledges the honor and respect paid by her friends to her memory by their presence at the unveiling of a stone at Mt. Nebo Cemetery on Sunday, March 27th. PAGE THIRTEEN New Youth Village To Benefit From Pioneer Women's Dance And Bazaar Kfar Noar, a youth village just being launched outside of Jerusalem, will be one of the Pioneer Women projects in Israel that will benefit from the dance tomorrow evening and the bazaar that wiU continue each afternoon and evening through Tuesday, April 5, at the Million Dollar Pier, Ocean Drive and Biscayne St. The Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women is sponsoring the series of activities. Clara Leff, Jewish National Fund chairman of Pioneer Women, will participate in the ceremonies to be held at the dance which will open the bazaar tomorrow evening at 8:30. Among other feature events of the bazaar will be movies, to be shown each evening except Saturday. Movies will be continuous throughout the evening. There will be no charge for admission to the movies. Mrs. Jsaac Kaplan, council chairman, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, bazaar chairman, and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, bazaar co-chairman, have been assisted in this undertaking by many workers. Among those who have headed committees or have been especially active in obtaining merchandise for the bazaar are the Mesdames Albert, Bloch, broay, Borenstein, Brand, Brodes, Coulton, DeYong, Davidson, Esther, Feinstone, Goldblatt Frey, Faber, Fiedler, Goldberg, Hurwitz, Kunin, Kogan, LandLs, Leavitt, Marcus, Minowitz, Pushkin, Packer, Rosenberg, Rosenstein, Rosen, Rudes, Sandier, Stern, Shapoff, Shedroff, Sootin, Smith, Shapiro, Shubow, Washer, Weiss, Wittner and Zorehkey. Of interest to mothers of young children will be the "baby sitting booth." Mothers may leave their children at the booth while they shop or attend other events of the bazaar. A refreshment stand will be open all afternoon and evening during bazaar days. Sandwiches and drinks, plus a variety of home-made cakes and delicacies, will be served. Jr. Hadassah To Sponsor Dance All youth groups in Miami and Miami Beach are invited to an April Fool's Frolic to be held by the Junior Hadassah at the Ritz Plaza Hotel at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow. Proceeds will be donated to Meier Shefeyah, the orphaned children's village in Israel. A meeting of the Miami unit of the group will be held Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Miami Y. At a meeting of the Southern regional board of Junior Hadassah the following local residents were appointed chairmen: Sandra Friedman, education; Doris Pardo, political and American affairs; Roslyn Soltz, fund raising; Rita Rosenberg, bulletin; Selma Lewis, Young Judaea. Present at the me et ing were: Club Everglades No. 1050 of the Workmen's Circle will sponsor a boat ride April 10 at 8 p.m. on the Seminole Queen No. II, which leaves from Pier 6, Miami Yacht Basin. Frieda Ankus„ treasurer of the southern region; Chickie Cohen, recording secretary of the region; Elaine Sachs, president of the Miami unit. NEW SHOW TONIGHT Return By Popular Demand THE ONE AND ONLY Michel Rosenberg ATTABOY GETZEL Broke all Attendance Records During Previous Run Here BRUCE HOWARD MILDRED JOCELYN Ken Jones Amer. Rumba Band LAST SHOW AT 11:30 FAMOUS ROUMANIAN CUISINE Dinner Served From 8 P.M. ROUMANIAN Theater Restaurant 1610 Alton, M. 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I • PAGE TWO *JetriMJ>fhr***'i FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 Anti Discrimination Measures Revealed By LOUIS ARONOVITZ The response to the articles on anti-Semitic discrimination in the employment field which have appeared in The Jewish Flondian during the last few weeks has indicated that the public is intensely interested in the problem. Reactions have varied: Some have found the project salutory and therefore praiseworthy, while others stoutly objected to it. Before we close this series of articles, we believe it wise to reconsider—with your criticism In mind—what has Rone before and to clarify our purposes. First 01 all, we should like to state that we do not subscribe to the idea that public airing of Jewish imperfections is altogether detrimental. We do not believe in hush-hush, in pussyfooting and softshoe dancing. On the contrary, we believe in the acknowledgement of problems within our group for the purpose of stimulating corrective measures. The establishment of Israel is concrete proof that this approach is far more sensible than the •Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil" policy which has been adopted bv certain professional organizations dedicated to the business of bettering human relations. We have heard of evil—an evil of discrimination—and we have forthrightly spoken of one phase of that evil. We have seen that a number of prominent Jewish individuals—doctors, lawyers, hotel owners, business men—are guilty of this evil and we have informed vou of this situation. We have never stated that these Jews are alone guilty of this crime. No. they have many Gentile partners-in-crime. Their presence among the guilty, however, is an additional hurdle that has to be surmounted. Their presence makes the work of the anti-discrimination organizations more complicated and more expensive; for their actions only give credence to the monstrous stereotype of the Jew that public malevolence has drawn. Moreover, so long as it is possible to point an accusing finger at a single Jew for this offense, the employment agency operators will be able to shift the burden of responsibility to the Jews as many of them are now doing. They will be able to say. "Set your own house in order before vou call upon us for help." What has beer, done to solvi MAKE THIS AM OKM SiASON ON WSKTJ -r-Y ( '0 U tJw-' s/MFMTi BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now lor a Glorious Holiday at the STRATH HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE Th well-known Cantor Joseph W. Malek will conduct the Seder Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws era observed. Telephone 5-4691. ^ ^ SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER this deplorable problem? Due to the efforts led by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the local newspapers no longer permit the use of "Christians Preferred" and "Gentiles Only" in their "help wanted" advertisement (or any others); however, the phrase "Restricted Clientele" is not verboten. One local agency operator has attempted to solve the problem bv omitting the question of religion from her application forms. "We don't care a whit about an applicants religion." she said. "We do care whether he has a pleasant personality or whether he can type sixty words a minute or whether he has selling ability. When a prospective employer calls and requests Gentile help, we inform him that we never inquire about our applicants' religions. We tell him that we don't care whether the applicant is a Hindu or a Moslem, a Buddhist or a Christian Scientist, so long as he is qualified for the position. We find," the operator continued, "that most of the employers go FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE and Good Nourishment! 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rHlDAY. APRIL !" i • i • Katz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel A. Katz, 335 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 2:30 p.m. on the Workmen's Circle Plot at Mount Sinai Cemetery. Mr. Katz was the financial secretary of the Workmen's Circle convalescent committee for Greater Miami, member of B'nai B'rith, director of the Workmen's Circle committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Jewish Social Service Organization. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Abramson Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sam Abramson, formerly of 1131 West Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery. Friends and relatives are requested to be present. Academy Students To Attend Services Daily With the establishment of the Shachrith Club, the pupils of the Hebrew Academy have decided to attend services each weekday morning at 7:30 and each SaturW day morning at 9 at the school auditorium. 01 "This activity," Principal So l Sugarman announced. "will iv he pupils andother opportitj to translate their academic sturiiZ Oliiluarv MRS. HATTIE BROWNSTEIN Age 53, of 6466 8.W. 15th St.. pnsspd away Saturday morning at a local hospital. Survivors include one daughter, Mr. Sylvia Hujaky, and one son, Sidney. Arrangements were supervised by Riverside Memoral Chapel Interment was in Mt, Blnal Cemetery with Uabhi Murray Orauer officiating. JACOB WEINSTEIN Former resident of Miami, died aboard a ship en route to Israel. He leaves two daughters and two sons. DUPLEX FOR SALE BY OWNER Must Sell Now Corner C.B.S. 2 BEDROOMS EACH SIDE One Side Completely Furnished Kitchen Equipment in Other Which Is Now Rented for $100 Per Month EXCELLENT VALUECALL 83-4071 At the speakers' table at the donor dinner given by the Council of Pioneer Women's Organisations of Greater Miami February 13 at the Colony Restaurant are (L to r.) Mr. Max Shapiro; Rabbi Shapiro; Dvorah Rothbard, guest speaker; Mrs. Isaac Kaplan, chairman and toastmistress; Mrs. Henry Seillin. who welcomed the guests; Dr. Donald Michelson. director of the University of Miami Hillel House. Children Of Blue Mountain Camp Hold Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Escoll, owners of the Blue Mountain Camps for Boys and Girls in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, were hosts Sundav afternoon at a camp reunion and party at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, where they are now stopping for a few weeks. The children had refreshments on the outdoor dining terrace and swam in the hotel pool. Attending the reunion were: Marshall and Nancy Pepper, Elaine and Kermit Imbrey, Judy Myers, Anr drea Ruskin, Harry Levous, Jewel Muravchick, Gary and Linda Rovin, Marcie Feingold, Richard Jablon, Ruth Keyser, Dorothy Albaum, Bobby Sachs, Lucille Barson. Sheila and Linda Graf. Miss Renee Levous, one of the swimming instructors at the camp, helped supervise the children while they were swimming in the pool and in the ocean. Miss Levous was herself a camper at the Blue Mountain Camp for ten seasons. She now lives with her parents and brother at 2133 Meridan Ave., Miami Beach, and is the local representative for the camp. Since there are so many children who have summered at Blue Mountain Camp in the area at the present time, Mr. and Mrs. Escoll have decided to hold beach parties every Sunday afternoon during the month of April at the Ritz Plaza Hotel. All campers of Blue Mountain and friends who are considering joining Blue Mountain are invited to attend. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN +JenisffkrxJtor> FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 • REV. SAMUEL RAVTTZ. SHOCHED Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St. Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY From 8:30 A.M to 2 P.M to Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camp* for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River, "In the Land of the Sky." Hendersorrrille. N. C. • Mf ''-.'. • '..'. %  • • Capable i*:-*r I^J" • PI •'-". =-,.-. ii-: '..•5* Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siirer 950 Jefferson Are. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are, Miami Beach Bet*een F;ur*.h and Fifth St* Hebrew Religioui Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew School*. Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade I J2J 8. W. th Straat IIM8 ; Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St ROB. 9-3100 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil end Fill of Any Kind Phono 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace EDDIE ALPER I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFT The Jews Of Luthuania He...... Heine ~~i a leleb.-atei phrase. "Wie es Christelt .. • Yiddelt rich By this, I take it. he n-.ear.t_ that the :.b:'-:rr. .' %  %  :.-'. -.. -, rr _r i.r.£ Gvr.t.le l..'e This may e g< 1 LM but in Luthuania the except. .-. ::ndee; .. ring 7( :i .r. that land I about 7 centuries: yet they resemble I the tat as much --..the zLr.g'.:'r. resemble Hindus Th Jewish :..tvak u rational in r..s rondud intelligent in weltanschauur-g. and re: books—in short, a born intellectual Or. the other band, the Lithuani c language the supposedly related Latin : Sanskrit scarcely possessed a grammar or dictionary until %  :-• ntury As tor anything creative In science, art. htvrit-re us living Qentili Lithuania .5 --*..:: a cultural Sahara. %  The Climatic Challenge F r : %  • mtry was U poor tc support even a virtually lived r. hi ng, black bread j— -A-.:.. : t summer -s followed by a long winter with 1 ire lays in which a :^ ; sun sh.nes for several hours. Nc ling iturc QOI sunny meadows, nor pleasant breezes I r most .:' %  %  ear Si rovers the i--"•from November through April Tl little in the way .:' imuaement except cultivating; things :' t..i Thus Jews were virtually compelled to develop • I foi Sepharim. • ad books that monopolized their, tuaJ Modern times taw the former Yeshiva students! • to a tellij nti Nowhere cid Jews develop! [a rintellectual Not even in Spain. Babylonia or •'.ere a more intense!-.religious and democratic ccmimumty than in poverty Lithuania. The Gaor. of Wilna In : '.-". century a great figure summed up the moral, intellect and spiritual strivings that moulded Rabbinical Jud rs ."..wenng personality wai the eminent and Rabbi Elijah, Gaon of Wilna. Scholar, saint, thinker, to: ind leader, the Wilna Gaon attained the : .-.-.i a Hill Akiba It was due tc his intellect and leadLitr.uai able to repel the inroads of He saved in imj tant secti D of East European Jewry ism the c.a.-seness. the superstition • rt, in its ie adence brought to Jews of Poland Intellectual Actirities I era I faith, Lithuania contained the best religious Young men from distant lands flocked to I the Yeshivas ..-. V I n Mir Slabodka, Telz. Lida, Chelm, Kovna.! .r.evez Rad n. Vilna. It is noteworthy that Yeshiva University in ":" -1 -.%  the largest college that serves Orthodoxy any-' after Isaac Elchanan, Chief Rabbi of Kovna. During the '.-• entury, the Haskalah movement brought Russian Jewry, In the it ( n lern culture. Yet the true forerunner of this Lithuanian Solomon Maiman, whose 18th censtill rates among the best in literature. The first Her..--.v.r. -. %  •. %  '. was written by Abraham. Mapu in Kovna. The torch of modern enlightenment CAufklaerung) burned brighter in LiirJa thai In Eastern Europe. A record of the intel• ial activities of her Jews would fill volumes. Fror on %  rd, the single tracked Czars began the Jewish t iti n %  detract attention from, their own misrule. This caused of Lit! ania to migrate en masse to every country in the rid ..-.< r portion came to the TJ. SHere each community -. felt 1 t ol their keen, energetic mentalities. The im%  .: ::-.: %  • ,-< %  • %  -he S r u.-. African its education, its philanthropy, and its im' '• r. t -. to the upbuilding of the Yshuv in Palestine. Many in Rus is and helped to foment the revolution. Max is the best known of the capable group who served the Sovii t Ah rev Eban, the young ipokesman for Israel at the UN is 1 f his many colleagues of Lithuanian extraction I in the professions, the industries, the public service, and the Kib, butzim of the Jewish State. The amazing versatility of Lithuanian Jews is demonstrated by • the eminence they attained in various lands and in almost every I phase of human act:-, tj Yasha Heifitz, in music: Sidney Hillman, labor leader: Antikolski. sculptor: Litvinoff, statesman; Judah Leib Gordon, a poet: Lillienblum. thinker; David Saxnoff, in radio; Morris R. Cohen, philosophy; E A. Dick, novelist; Abraham Kahn, in journalism.: Abba Hillel Silver, in leadership; Jacob Robinson, international law. David Wolfson. Zionism; Herman Shapira. founder of Jewish National Fund and Hebrew University: Leopold Jessner, I theatre; Daniel Chwolson. in scholarship: Louis Ginsberg, in TalI mud: George Z. Medalie, political mentor of Tom Dewey. And the list can flow on and on. A Monument This reservoir ''' %  brain and talent, capacity and spiritual force was exterminated by the Nazi beasts, aided and abetted by the native I swine. There is now little chance for a new Jewish life to take root] and blossom anywhere behind the iron curtain. Consequently, the creations and achievements of Lithuanian Jewry are in danger of 1 oblivion. But the story of the social, communal, religious, economic, j political, philanthropic, and educational life of this unusually alert people should be engraved on a monument. It is, therefore, highly 1 commendable that a group of writers, scholars, historians, and publicists should busy themselves collecting and compiling the his' tory, the literature, the religious lore, the poetry, the arts, the folk %  lore, the music of their martyred kindred. The Jewish-Lithuanian Cultural Society deserves the highest praise for undertaking to publish the record of those extraordinaryaccomplishments so that a remarkably versatile people will not be forgotten as if submerged by volcanic lava. Beth Sliolom PTA Elects Officers Mrs. Alfred Mamlet was reelected president of the PTA of the Temple Beth Sholom Religious School at a meeting Wednesday afternoon. Others elected to office were Mrs. Jack Lawson and Mrs. Norman Russ. vice presidents; Mrs. David Godlin, treasurer: Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, recording secretary-; Mrs. Randolph Shevach, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gilbert Goldman, Karen Ami chairman. Board members include the Mesdames E. Allen Becker, Max Dier.er, Edward Dokson, Leon J. Ell, Aaron Farr, Louis Goldman, Joseph Gould, Bernard Hoffman, Morris J. Kandel, Neal Kars, Alexander Kogan, Louis J. KrenRep. Klein Introduces Bill To Bar Discrimination In District Of Columbia WASHINGTON. (JTA)—A bill to curb religions and racial discrimination in the District of Columbia was introduced in the House of Representatives this week by Rep. Arthur G. Klein. The measure would end discrimination by rental agents, hotels. restaurants, and all commercial establishments, except private clubs. sky, Benjamin Mandell, Mildred Palter, Alexander Robbins. Lou Ross, Carl Susskind. George Sutcliffe, Lyman Tubin and Eugene Weine. Mrs. Leon Kronish reviewed a current book and refreshments were served. Spend Your SPRING VACATION at the De Soto Hotel and Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA Rest and relax at one of the West Coast's finest hotels. Spring Vacation rates of S8 per day. American Plan. effectiTe now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER. FUU 2567 DRINK PLENTY OF nirc Vat'er CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES S5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGEPHONE 2-4128 Room, Board (Dietary Laws) 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CARE 2 ACRES GROUND—ON BEACH $50.00 PER WEEK PASSOVER RESERVATIONS CORDIALLY INVITED DR. SHOULSON'S 1681 Meridian Are.. Miami Beach, 58-0112 DR SHOtLSON D -ectcr



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PAGE SIX +Jeisti ftcr/diari FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1949 • %  i i u • 20 Miamians Reside Here Over 40 Years (This is the second article based census-takers, who covered upon a report prepared b by M. J Kopelowitz. chairman of the census sub-committee, which is part of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's community planning committee.) Greater Miami's Jewish pop50 per cent of the Jewish citizens in this area, found 20 individuals who have lived here over 40 years. Sixteen of these lived in Miami, while four were Beach residents. Comparing the figures for the two communities, the TOTAL OF NON-CITIZENS, HOME OWNERS, NATIVE BORN (Adults) MIAMI BEACH NonSoulh Beach to Lincoln Road Lincoln Road to 41st St. 41st St. to Surf sideIslands Total Percentage MIAMI Northeast Section Northwest Section Southeast and Southwest Gables, etc. Total Percentage TOTAL GREATER MIAMI Total Percentage Citizens 122 8 27 11 168 0.9 NonCitizens 9 92 82 3 186 1.1 NonCitizens 354 1.0 Home Owners 698 272 897 244 2111 11.4 Home Owners 298 1087 1692 283 3306 20.5 Home Owners 5471 15.6 Natives 2 0 4 0.02 Natives 9 11 8 6 34 0.2 Natives 38 0.1 ulation of approximately 40,000 got off to an early start, the Federation's survey reveals. Although the city of Miami was incorporated only 53 years ago, the committee found that twice as many people have resided in Miami for 21 years or more than in Miami Beach; however, Miami Beach had a larger percentage SCHOOLING (Adults, 18 years and over) MIAMI BEACH College High Elementary Total So. Beach to Lincoln Rd. Lincoln to 41st St. 41st St. to Surfside Islands Northeast Section Northwest Section Southeast and Southwest Gables, etc. 1612 446 1121 231 3199 520 1326 163 5208 3410 MIAMI College High 369 486 580 1852 1411 2951 231 350 2610 5639 College High TOTAL GREATER MIAMI 6020 10847 1744 102 415 45 2306 Elementary 131 817 964 84 1996 Elementary 4301 10,924 Total 10,245 Total 21,169 For real Holiday Enjoyment! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOHS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal, Cake Meal, Egg Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! :; who have resided in Greater Miami for three to twenty years. The percentage of individuals who have been living in Miami for two years or less was 30.2 as compared to 20.3 on Miami Beach. According to the 1944 report, 15.71 of Miami's population had resided here two years or less, while 26.25 of Miami Beach s had done so. The survey reveals that o,u


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itJIn VJA Program l.illi Palmer and John Gar% -d, noted stage and screen lars, will play the featured roles I "Homecoming—1949," first nabnwide broadcast of this year's Inited Jewish Appeal drive, Ihich will be heard on Sunday fening from 'J to 9:30 EST over Tation WKAT. "Homecoming -1949" tells the My of a young refugee couple 1 the homewa--1 trek from Eu> to Israel. The United JewAppeal's Year of HomecomDnve (or S250.000.000 supthe relief, reconstruction iq resettlement programs of the M Pale Q,:n Appeal, Joint istribution Committee and UKd[Service tor New Ameriis. The UJA radio programs J under the supervision of pun Brown, well known proFcer, who is serving as radio lairman for the UJA. brts arkley To Speak }+ Zionist Dinner GtSs^ 1 ,,f the United T E uetnf\ W B; "' k,ey wil1 be fiami n \. h nor at the annual pam. Beach Zionist District reF and banquet at the E"nwvPancoast Hotel Sunhe a S ,i n w,u be g Jn at 6 lirffflS 8 to Co-Chairmen Id Mat? d K o>; Seymour Rubin lestVmil^ S,lvc,s tein, so that meeTinp h Vl> & e PPrtunity |0 !" 2 ,he Vice President, fr&S make an address "ciai %  ? h Sh llJ m will offer a UhfvT n' r the President lite d e s Jr t Pre sident ot the Fon&k! Ka P lan > vi Fofirt Ml; ,' mi Sy^Phony, ReservL^ US1Cal selections. iSfc 1 ^* vent may hhairmen^u u Ctl S* ne of the 1 _^_orJhe Zionist office. M anischewitT5ieg Wy at Kic *--> dle d sudSoffit ami Beach home F^ Vi eh 0 Sr ,U i Chis w if and PPPed to £ v Rem ams were I in ermH Yo f klor services &Zi h y River8lde Let Us Face The Facts When the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal was launched, it was announced the drive would end with a "Victory Dinner" on Thursday, March 31. Today—one day alter the scheduled end ol the campaign —we wake up to the situation that the workers have not turned in even fifty percent of the goal. What's the trouble? Several questions present themselves: 1. Did we bite off too much when we undertook a goal of $1.881737? 2. Is business so bad that our community cannot respond to the financial sacrifices demanded of it? 3. Is there no longer any keen interest in the welfare of our Jewish brethren overseas and in our own local communal problems? 4. Do we not have sufficient campaigners? 5. Are the campaigners falling down on the job of coverage? As the late AL Smith used to say: "Let's look at the records" A statistical analysis reveals that— (1) The 3,765 contributions which have been brought in to date total $791,388. (2) Card for card, the contributions this year are in the main equal to the contributions of 1948. (3) The main difference between the two campaigns is that last year at this time, more than 4.500 cards had been turned in—an excess of 735 over this year's figure. The story behind this year's lagging campaign lies in these 735 cards. These are the facts LET US FACE THEM. Every volunteer who has accepted an assignment in the 1939 campaign must fulfill his task at once. In the cards now in possession of the campaigners rests the answer to the question of whether Greater Miami will succeed or fail—whether we will maintain or lose our unblemished reputation as a Jewish community that sees its responsibility and measures up it Chairman Wm. D. Singer announced this week that the campaign would be extended to give the workers an opportunity to complete coverage of their cards. This is an urgent plea to all volunteers. COVER THOSE CARDS AT ONCE. And to the community at large we again voice the plea that they give—and give generously—with a full understanding that their gift wil help make 1949 a Year of Opportunity. Destiny and Fulfillment for the Jewish People. WE CAN DO IT! Dr. Manfred Arie Youth Unit Meets The Youth Unit of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal met Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y and completed plans to raise its quota of $2,500 towards the all-city goal of $1,881,737. Saul uenet addressed the group, which is headed by Fred Berkowitz. Some 2200 children, who comprise the Jewish youth of Greater Miami, have been organized into the Youth Unit. Serving as cochairmen with Berkowitz are Hy Pomerantz, acting director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Sidney Greenberg, principal of the Temple Beth Sholem Hebrew school. Act Barring KKK Passed On Beach The City Council of Miami Beach last week passed on first and second reading an ordinance designed to halt the operation of the Ku KIux Klan and similar hooded organizations on the Beach. The ordinance is similar to one recently passed in Miami. It provides penalties up to $1,000 in fines and 90 days in jail for unauthorized mass demonstrations, burning of crosses and wearing of masks. Fair Employment Act Passed In Washington OLYMPIA; Washington, (JTA) —The legislature of the state of Washington this week enacted into law a fair employment practices act. A five-man board will be created to administer the act and to handle complaints of discrimination against individuals because of their -ace, color, creed or nationals The law applies to employers niring or firing employees and to labor unions if they reject a membership application on the basis of discrimination. Lull In Rhodes Negotiations Still Not Broken RHODES, (JTA)—The lull in the Israeli-Transjordan armistice negotiations here has not yet been broken and the joint military subcommittee set up to find a formula for reduction of armed forces on both sides is still working on details of the problems involved in such action, it was reported here this week. (In Tel Aviv it was reliably learned that the major obstacles delaying the successful conclusion of the Rhodes talks has been overcome, with the Israelis agreeing to allow Transjordan's negotiators to represent Iraq as well as the Amman government. Optimism over the possibility of an early signing of the Israeli-Transjordan armistice pact is increasing in Tel Aviv, a dispatch from the Israeli capital reported.) Although the Transjordan representatives admit that they cannot qompel the British to leave Aqaba or reduce their forces to equalize those of the Jews — which has been the crux of the talks between the Tel Aviv and Amman envoys in recent meetings—Reuven Shiloah, of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that "we hope, with a little patience, that the divergencies will be ironed out, since the Transjordanians see our viewpoint and after the problem of reduction of armed forces is solved, the rest will be easier." Syrian Army Overthrows Go* i DAMASCUS, Syria—The Syrian army overthrew the government without a fight Wednesday and arrested many high officials. Brig. Husni Zavim, chief of staff of the army, said the dawn coup was to deliver Syria from "despotism" and would not interfere with previous foreign engagements. Greater Miami Jewish Federation was far short of its $1,881,737 Combined Jewish Appeal goal when campaign workers at the fourth report meeting Tuesday revealed that they had raised $791,308 or about 40 per cent of Miami's quota. William D. Singer, chairman of the driye, announced that the campaign, scheduled to end March 31, will be extended indefinitely. Principal speaker at Tuesday's meeting at Manning's Restaurant was Judge Harold B. Spaet, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, one of the agencies which participates in the appeal. Twenty-two persons are on the institution's waiting list, Spaet disclosed. "All of our local agencies are being handicapped because the plants have not kept pace with the growth of the community," Spaet said. $368,655 of the 1949 appeal will be allotted to the local agencies and $200,000 will go toward a five-year building fund program, Spaet asserted. Totals raised by groups to date: trade unit, $344,730; hotels, $183,980; winter residents, $156,505; metropolitan, $29,100; women's gifts, $73,848; young adult, $1,945; youth, $1,200. Dr. Manfred Arie, only Jew ever to hold the position of district attorney of Vienna and former presiding judge of the Austrian State Supreme Court, will speak at the fifth report meeting of the workers Sunday morning at Manning's Restaurant. When Hitler's henchmen murdered Premier Dollfuss and took over Austria, removing Jews from all official positions and degrading them to the level of secondclass citizens, Dr. Arie was one of their first targets. Only his unexcelled reputation as a legal authority and his tremendous popularity among a generation of Viennese lawyers and judges, most of them having been his students when he was a professor of Criminal Law at the University of Vienna, prevented his immediate arrest by the Gestapo. After a full year of continual peril and degradation, one of his grateful colleagues made possible his escape to freedom. Even now, after a dozen years of Nazi indoctrination and post war reaction the Viennese judiciary still adheres closely to his teaching and decisions. A visitor to Palestine and Moslem countries prior to Hitler's Anschluss, Dr. Arie combines an intimate knowledge of the situation of the Jews under the Nazi terror with a sympathetic understanding of the Zionist movement and the needs of Israel. Currently completing a "Standard Boom on International Law." Dr. Arie is a prolific writer in his professional field and continues to influence the European bar and judiciary through frequent articles in their publications. His unique ability to use seven different European tongues, his unexcelled understanding of international law, his first hand experience with the Nazi terror, and his warm appreciation of the needs of European Jewry, all combine to make Dr. Manfred Arie an able protagonist for the approximately 1,250,000 Jews still surviving on the continent. n Tw" HP? wil1 speak at Temple tetn snolom service tonight 8:15. at Israeli-Lebanese Armistice Pact Signed TEL AVIV, (JTA)-The IsraeliLebanese armistice agreement was signed this week at the frontier town of Ras el Nakura.



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*!g) A Y, AP RIL 1. 1949 +Jewist fhrldHan PAGE FIVE Rose Bampton To Sing Tuesday Nite Rose Bampton, Metropolitan Opera soprano, will appear as the last artist in the 1949 Community concert Scries sponsored by the Miami Beach YM-YWHA Tueiday at 8.30 at the Miami Beach High' School auditorium. Miss Bampton received her early musical education in Cleveland and Buffalo. She later graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. While there she attracted nation-wide Interest when she appeared as S st with the Philadelphia orfhestra under Leopold Stokow*LOn nor twenty-third birthday she made her debut at the Metropolitan. She was not only one of the youngest singers to perform there, but her singing was highly acclaimed. The Met star will sing operatic selection.-;. Pace, Pace from Verdi's "La Forza Del Destina and Die Tteurs Halle from "Tannhauser" by Wagner. She will also offer May "Night by Brahms, Romance by Rubenstein and Floods of Spring by Rachmaninoff. In addition to "these, there will be a group of songs by Latin composers as well as some numbers from the Russian and German. Of very special interest to Community Concert subscribers will be Declaration of Independence by Celius Dougherty. Mr. Dougherty appeared as a member of a two piano team in the first recital of this season. Tickets are available and reservations may be made by telephoning the Miami Beach YMWHA or Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-6811. Belli II To Hold Seder April 13 Congregation Beth El will hold a catered community Passover Seder Wednesday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., according to Mrs. Leo Oster and Alfred Perl, co-chairmen of the event. The kitchen has been newly equipped and decorated for the holidays and the meal will be prepared in accordance with Passover Kashruth. Rabbi Murray Grauer will conduct the service. For reservations call the synagogue office. Cocktail Party Fetes Engaged Couple A cocktail party Sunday afternoon honored Miss Marilyn Rita Horowitz and her fiance, Dr. Martin S. Belle. Their engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz of the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel, Miami Beach Miss Horowitz attended schools in. New York and graduated from Hunter College. Her fiance, formerly of Atlanta Ga., is on the staff of Jackson Memorial Hospital and is a consultant on the staff of the Pratt Hospital in Coral Gables. He received his bachelor and medical degrees at Emory University and later studied at the Henry Grade hospital in Atlanta Bellevue in New York. Philip L. Kopelbergs Reside In Miami Making their home at 771 S.W 11th St. are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Louis Kopelberg, who were married in Madison, Wis., October 10. The bride, the former Danielle Diane Merling, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merling, 2207 S.W. 11th Terr. Mrs. Kopelberg. a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, will work for her master's degree at the University of Miami. She came from Paris, France, in 1942, and returned to Europe on a tour MRS. SYDNEY L. WEINTRAUB l T Of >1. Band To Present Concert The first performance of "Our America" march by a member of the University of Miami music faculty. Dmitri Shmuklovsky, will be played by the university's symphonic band in the first band conceit sir.ee before the war on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. A past president of the Dade Federation of Women's Clubs and an ardent civic worker, says: "In my varied communal activities I hear many divergent opinions on many diverse subjects, but when travel is the subject of discussion the opinions are unanimous for FARR." I'M It II "Your Travel Agent" Cet these pre-Passover household aids to save time, work, strength, ond money! PASSOVER CLEANING by ROKEACH • • • ROKEACH SOAP ... foi dishes, glassware, and aluminum wure 'ROKEACH SCOURING POWDER .for all household tasks ROKOH ... for file, porcelain, enamel lF ITS ROKEACH ITS KOSHER! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. iif*. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 II j. .. TlhTT FIRST SEASON '948 l c UNIVERSITY OP MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOO, Mus.cal Director —_ M| AMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sun Aft.. r '*7r7 Apr. 3. 4:30 Mon. Eve.. Apr. 4. 8:30 FRANCESCATTI Symphony D Minor, Catar Frsnek; RJ_„, _, 8,,nt *". Violin Concerto JSilTiclwt. $1.50. $1.73, $2.10. $2.40. $3.00 Lubroth-Wiener Nuptials Scheduled For Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lubroth of Brooklyn, N. Y„ announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Helen L. Wiener, to Arthur M. Chasan, who has been a resident of Miami for the past eight years. Rabbi Max Shapiro will perform the ceremony in his study Sunday at 8 p.m. Attending will be the bride's parents, her sister, Adele, and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Pearl of Hollywood, Fla. Upon their return from a wedding trip to San Juan, the Virgin Islands and Havana, the couple will reside at 3041 N.W 6th St Breakstone Products Kosher For Passover One of the fastest growing national wholesalers catering to the Greater Miami area during the past few years is the Breakstone Bros., Inc. Specializing in the finest of dairy products, Breakstone has expanded from a small local iNew York concern to a national organization, rated among the largest in the country. In existence for more than 50 years. Breakstone is a "household word" with consumers in New York and along the eastern seaboard for the finest butter, cheese and sour cream. Under the supervision of Rabbi Libel Cohen, a member of the Agoidas Habonim, no expense is spared to maintain strict Kashruth observance in the preparation of Passover and all year round. The Miami office, which is a branch of the national organization, is located at 1713 N.W. 7th Ave. PENICILLIN DUST For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear and Respiratory Infections Dr. Springmyer, Physician 79th St. Clinic 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-6V407 Take Time To Pay When burial space must be had for immediate use, it is customary for the cemetery to require cash in full with the purchase. Bought on our Before-Need Ownership Plan, your family plot may be paid for (entirely at your option) in convenient monthly installments so small you would scarcely notice them. You thus enjoy the privilege of buying on your own terms, not to mention the protection which is yours from the moment you make the small deposit. Remember, too, that even when there is plenty of money in the estate, it often happens that legal complications leave little ready cash or none for the handling of immediate expenses. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY OFFERS YOU 1. WISE COUNSELING in selecting the plot to meet your need. 2. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING that lends beauty to the final tribute to the departed loved one. 3. PERPETUAL CARE for your burial estate is provided at no extra cost to you. 4. Special Mount Nebo "Pre-need" Plan to make such a purchase easy for you. For full particulars, write or phone: MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Olympia Building MT. NEBO CEMETERY Olympia Building Miami, Florida Gentlemen: Office Phone 3-3720 We are interested in securing full particulars about the purchase of a family burial estate in Mount Nebo. NameAddress. Phone. SntflSHISaK^B