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The Jewish Floridian ( April 8, 1949 )

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it^bexwiislbJElliDiPiidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS CJA APPEAL CONTINUES MIAMI WILL GREET ISRAELI TRAIN Workers Report S8(J5.n5i Pled*** Wlth only three days left before the 1949 Combined Jewish Seal conies to its formal closJrSic Greater Miami Jewish Community is still a long way ?Z its Sl.a31.737 quota Campaign workers at the last report &fast meeting in Manning s Restaurant Sunday morning pushed the total to the $865,954 mark. Four members of the newlyformed -Forty-Niners," a group 0 f 49 campaigners who have oledged themselves to devote a minimum of 49 hours to solicitation efforts and bring in a minimum of $4,90U each in new gifts, were honored with the presentation to each of them by Abraham Goodman, chairman of the special gifts unit, of a "campaign pickaxe." The quartet honored were Jack Ablin, chairman of the winter residents unit; Dr. Stanley Frehling, chairman of the physicians division; Aaron Kanner, cochairman of the lawyers division and Joseph Gardner, member of the executive committee of the hotel unit. Herbert Kaplan, 13, a student of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School, and a vice chairman of the youth unit, was named an honorary member of the Forty-Niners when he reported thai youth unit was within 30% of its quota, leading every other campaign unit. To match the efforts of the Forty-Niners, George Chertkoff, chairman of the metropolitan unit, annoui < ed the formation of the "Metropolitan Forty-Niners," a group of volunteers working in the housc-tn-house segment of the campaign who have also pledged themselves to devote a minimum of 49 hour.to the campaign and bring in a minimum of $490 each in new contributions. Reporting for the trades unit, Dr. Frehling announced gifts of $19,642 for a total of $364,452. For the hotel unit, Gardner announced new gifts of $29,380 bringing the present hotel figure to $213,360. Jack Ablin, reporting for winter residents, brought in $5,540 for a total of $162,045. Mrs. i Miriam Si:!.in. chairman of the women's unit, announced new contributions of $5,800 for a present figure of $79,648. Reporting for the metropolitan unit, Sam silver, co-chairman of Miami and Harold Z:nn. co-chairman for Miami Beach, announced new gifts totalling $5,800 for a present record of $7!l,648. The young adult "nit. through its chairman, Irving t-ypen, reported $433 for a present total of S2.378 and the youth "nit, Herbert Kaplan reporting, brought in $553 for a present ''gure of S1.753. In all, $74,566 was announced as new gifts at owjaay's meeting. Mrs. Sirkin announced that the ,', men 's unit is planning two additional functions in the near ,ut urc. a special gifts tea at the "rossingcT-Pancoast Hotel and a gar nt n party at the home of Mrs. nf .u Goodman, co-chairman oi the women's unit. ,„., ai 'ning that this program may a| l and that its failure "may Prove catastrophic,'' Dr. Manfred rie. m pro-Hitler days a memIH "f the Austrian State SuPrerno Court, who is touring the country in behalf of the United ^wish Appeal, said the importance of the campaign in Greater iami is "heightened by the fact nat this is the first campaign 'aunched this year by any major community and therefore a failure here will adversely affect launchedT Paign8 8 n t0 ** CJA Caravan Of Hope Visits Here Talks With Syria Open This Week TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel will enter the last phase of armistice negotiations this week with the Arab states which invaded Palestine on May 15, last, when her representatives meet with Syrian delegates in the border town of Tenet, between Rosh Pinah and Mishmar Hayardn. Pacts have already been signed with the other three statesEgypt, Lebanon and Transjordan —which made up the Arab League's invasion force. Yemen and Saudi Arabia never had troops in the invasion. Maj. Eban Hopes For Peace Negotiations LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Israeli delegate to the United Nations Aubrey S. Eban, commenting on the Israeli-Transjordan agreement, said here this week that "the government of Israel hopes that the armistice agreements will be followed swiftly by peace negotiations, looking to the settlement of all political questions still outstanding between Israel and its Arab neighbors. His statement has issued on the eve of the opening of the U.N. General Assembly here. Welcome Set For Sunday At 3 P.M. The Greater Miami Jewish community will welcome the United Jewish Appeal's "Caravan of Hope," a special railroad car containing exhibits of the v/ork of UJA, at a reception Sunday afternoon from 3:30 to 5 at Pier 3, foot of N.E. 9th St., off Biscayne Blvd. Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish FederaI tion, will extend the greetings on behalf of the Jewish community, and Paul B. Edwards, former chief of operations of the International Refugee Organization in the U. S. Zone in Germany who is aboard the train will give the principal address. | Also aboard the train, which is specially painted in the blue and white colors of Israel, will be Col. Miriam Sambursky, head of the Women's Home Guard in Jerusalem; Col. William Schweitzer, communal leader of Elizabeth, N. J.; Marks Keeve, communal leader of Richmond, Va.; Lt Nissan Leviathan, commander of the S. S. Pan York, which brought more than 4,000 immigrants from Eastern Europe to Palestine in 1947. As part of the reception program for these visitors, every campaign unit will submit its final report. William D. Singer, campaign chairman, urges all workers to cover all pledge cards before the Sunday afternoon gathering. The report meeting originally scheduled for Sunday morning at Manning's has been cancelled. Dramatizing its nationwide appeal for $250,000,000 to make 1949 the year of "The Greatest Homecoming in History," the United Jewish Appeal has sent out seven sections of the train along varied routes throughout the country to bring to the people of America the living story of the birth of the world's youngest democracy. The seven-section "Caravan of Hope" has been routed as follows: New Haven, Conn., Portland, Me., (by way of Hartford, Springfield, Portsmouth, New Hampshire and way points); New York-St. Louis (by way of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Columbus, Indianapolis, and other stops); Boston-Chicago (by way of Albany. Syracuse. Cleveland, Detroit and more than a dozen additional cities); Washington-Norfolk (through Charlotte, Atlanta, Miami, Richmond, etc.); Peoria-Kansas City (through Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Omaha and other Midwestern communities); Chattanooga—New Orleans (swinging through Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville, Birmingham and intermediate stops); and San Francisco-Memphis (by way of Los Angeles, El Paso, San Antonio, Little Rock, and other stop-overs in California, Arizona and Texas). The Israeli soldiers will bring greetings from their comrades to American veterans, beside whom many of them fought as members of the Jewish Brigade in North Africa and Italy. They will be received by the mayors and governors of the cities and states through which the Caravans pass. bined Jewish Appeal, held at JJ" !" S?JJ5E3 "Forty-Niner." .re the first four memberi >oftJ TJSLZS of 49 hours a. camSH^&&ttl^^ "900 ^ -iributions. Israel, Transjordan Sign Armistice Pact RHODES, (JTA)—The Transjordan-Israeli armistice pact was signed here this week after one month of extended negotiations. In general, it accepts the military status quo in Palestine, except for several variations in the Negev and "triangle" areas. The pact, which is not subject to ratification and comes into effect immediately, recognizes Transjordan's right to take over control of the "triangle" area— Jenin-Tulkarm-Nablus. In this this area, the implementation of the provisions of the pact dealing with the replacement of Iraqi troops by Transjordanians, the I withdrawal to the agreed-upon lines and the reduction of forces may take as long as 15 weeks. In general, however, the pact calls for an adjustment of forces within ten days. The Israelis gain control of the Haifa-Tel Aviv rail lines, except for one point in Tulkarm. In return, they agree to pay the cost of paving 20 kilometers of first class road in Transpordan-held areas. The Jews will also pick up a number of Arab villages in the Dead Sea and Negev areas and will again have control of the potash works in the southern tip of the Dead Sea. The Arab Legion remains in control of Latrun. The present positions in Jerusalem remain unaltered, with the Latrun road still in Arab hands. In the north, the front line commences in the Beisan area, runs westward giving the Gilboa hills to Israel. Then it turns south, running east of the railway line to Tulkarm, giving the GederaAfuleh road to Israel. From Tulkarm the line follows the eastern edge of the railway line to Qalqiliya, which remains Arab, and turns eastward to Budrus—nine miles north of Latrun—thereafter following the November 30 armistice line to a point south of Jerusalem. South of Jerusalem the line continues east from Beit Jibrin and south from Hebron to the Dead Sea at En Geddi. The line then joins the international frontier in the center of the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Pact Will Facilitate Israeli Entry Into UN, Official Predicts TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The IsraeliTransjordan agreement will facilitate the Jewish state's acceptance by the United Nations General Assembly which begins meeting at Lake Success this week, Walter Eytan, Foreign Ministry director-general, told a press conference here. Eytan voiced the belief that "there is little doubt that the outstanding problems in Jerusalem, such as access o the Holy Places, passage through Latrun and access to Mt. Scopus, will be solved very soon on a give-and-take basis by a special joint TransjordanIsraeli commission to be set up for this purpose." DEADLINE Because The Jewish Floridian offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15, in observance of Passover, all pictures for publication next week must be submitted by noon today. All news releases must be in the office by noon Monday.



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PAGE TWO fjewisiincrktlan FRIDAY. APRIL 1 I i I i i : I'll Say By HARRY SIMONHOFF Wanted A Revised Sedar HOUSTON, Texas—Many people do not realize that Passover is the Jewish 4th of July. Those who go to synagogue at all know that in the prayer book the Feast of Matzos is designated as the Time of our Freedom. It is the oldest of celebrations dedicated to liberty. No other western people have a holiday that has been observed without interruption for more than 3000 years. It would be fitting for all Christians and Mohammedans to celebrate this day of liberation. Without Passover their religions wquld be non-existent. The Sedar There is no feast quite like the Sedar in any other religion. The Christmas dinner is joyous but lacks spiritual content. The Feast on Passover eve is filled with symbolism; bitter herbs reminiscent of Egyptian slavery; brown colored Harosheth suggestive of lime and mortar used possibly in building some of the pyramids; the small meat bone, a mute reminder of the Pascal Lamb eaten in the days of ancient glory. In the olden times, the Pascal Lamb monopolized the opening feast night of the holiday. But after the Romans destroyed the Temple, this rite, devised by and probably useful to priestcraft, was abandoned. Thereafter minute reMIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY.. ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 ligious practices were stressed in every phase of life. The Jewish people could only be saved from disintegration by bolstering up faith, hope, and courage with religious ceremonials. The Pascal feast was thus transformed into a prayer supper with an elaborate ritual. The Hagadah The Sedar commencing with a blessing over the wine goblet if followed by a brief invitation from the house holder for everyone to partake of the bread of affliction. The youngest child poses four questions, which give a good opening to tell the greatest saga in the possession of mankind. The adults reply tersely that they had been slaves in Egypt and would still be in bondage had the Diety not redeemed them. Historic narration now gives way to Talmudic dialectics. Biblical quotations are pedantically cited in support of statements clear enough on the surface. This system devised by Akiba was to shape the course of Judaism for more than a millenium. His premise was that everything in the world is imbedded in the Torah. Ingenuity could uncover all the secrets that are buried in the obscurity of Holy Writ. Thus the framers of the Hagadah were not content to let the Egyptians suffer only 10 plagues as related in the book Exodus. Bv stretching and straining words and phrases they proved that the Egyptians actually sustained 50 plagues on land and 250 on sea. When the mental gymnastics are over, the lengthy Sedar continues leisurely with Hallel, a choice selection of psalms, which are however recited on most holidays and on all New Moon days. Then with a naive disregard for the trite and hackneyed, prayers are hauled out of the daily and Sabbath service and thrown into the Hagadah for full measure. The long recital finally closes with jingles on the House thai Jack built pattern. Obviously intended to delight the children, these Mother Goose rhymes have also become sanctified with hoary age. The Changed Attitude If the crack up of the Judean state could banish the Biblical Pascal Lamb then the rebirth of Medinas Israel should bring about a change in the Sedar. A long black epoch is closed. The new era finds a people liberated from excessive piety, from superstitious fervor, from the interminable petty injunctions imposed by a tyrannical Shulchan Aruch. Yet there remains a reverance for the past and a veneration for the truly great in Jewish history. The Sedar still has a strong pull even for the skeptical, who may scoff outwardly at the Talmudic chop logic yet secretly thrill with BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now for a Glorious Holiday at the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 411 OCEAN DRIVE The well-known Cantor Joseph W. Malek will conduct the Seder Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone 5-4691. Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER TABLE PADS HEAT-PROOF, WATERPROOF, GUARANTEED Produced In Miami mi • ? nr~ r u CALL 5-4360 For Courteous, Efficient, Colorful and Inexpensive 2-DAY SERVICE Our agents will bring samples and measure your tables. SUR-FIT TABLE PAD CO. 1807 PURDY AVE. a sense of belonging that the ritual induces. Greatest of Epics But why should an institution so hallowed as the Sedar be susceptible to jeering at all. Excess baggage can easily be dumped overboard. Why not go back to the origins? The purpose of Passover was to keep ever green an experience that seldom happens twice in a people's history. Why the redundant prayers, the Talmudic Mumbo-Jumbo. when we have an epic to relate—the mightiest in poetic grandeur ever conceived bv any people. The intensely moving story of Joseph: the Patriarchal family evolving into a nation: the ab.indorcd child in the bulrushes; the shepherd on Horab meditating on eternity under a cloudless, starry skv a voice out of the burning bush "Tell the Children of Israel I am that I am hath sent I i Pharoah's Egypt chastized with ten plagues: the Israelites on the march following a cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night arc trapped between the sea and the pursuing enemv: the splitting of the Red Sea with the waters standing as walls on their right and on their left; with the Pharoah's host drowned "Israel saw the great might the Lord did unto Egypt, and they feared the Lord and believed; the outburst in triumphant psalmody; the sublime" conversations between Moses and the Diety; standing at the foot of smoking Sinai, the Children of Israel heard amidst lightning and thunder the Ten Commands issue out of the flaming mount. Is there anything to compare with the sublimity of this panorama in the Illiad? the Odyssy? the Aenead? the Gospels? the Koran? the Upanishads? the Zend-Avesta? Then why shouldn't it be told at the Sedar? For Dependable Reliable Service Call "The Real McCoy" 89-2278 McCOY TYPEWRITER SERVICE Free Estimates—Pick-up and Delivery Keys and Radio Repair 9700 N.W. 7th Ave. Norman Lyons Speaks Norman R. Lyons spoke on "Miami Frontiers" at a recent dinner meeting of the West Miami Lions Club at the 7100 Club. The speaker was introduced byFrank B. Tippins. Jr., a member of the organization's board of directors. Top Price Paid f or MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CHEESE SWEET BUTTER WHIPPEB BUTTER KOSHER FOR PASSOVER And All Year ff oiimf CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that the name appears on every product MIAMI OFFICE 1713 N. 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FR IDAY,APRn L 8 1 K )f_ +Jenistrhridl/an Hadassah Unit To Meet Monday •Anril Shower for Hadassah cmDlies" will be the keynote of fhenext meeting of the Miami nwup of Hadassah to be held on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the M>am Mrs .' David Hess, Hadassah cuDDlies chairman, urges that all Shers attend this meeting and Kinv item of clothing for-the men women and children of Is rad linen of all sorts, and particuiarlv. layette items. Only new articles Will be accepted. HieHinMing the program, will h, the showing of the prize warded Mrs. Hess for obtaining the largest number of new members in the recent membership drive a portrait of herself painted bv Zena Posever, well-known artist and sculptoress, who will e i Ve a brief talk on "Art And Living" Miss Posever, who has made studies of Mexican Life on a fellowship from Pennsylvania Academv of Fine Arts, has had her work exhibited at Philadelphia's Kaiien Gallery. American Contemporary Art Gallery, N. Y.: Springfield Museum. Mass.; Penn. Academv of Fine Arts. Two motion pictures will bo presented, "Assignment in Tel Aviv" and "The Future Can Be Theirs." Also on the program will be the singing of nursery rhvmcs in Hebrew bv the pre.school class of the Y nursery. The class of thirteen children is under the direction of Ruth Freedman. who lived in Palestine thirteen years and is a graduate of the Teacher's College. Miss Freedman was an exchange teacher to Johannesburg. Africa. Those who are unable to atterd this meeting may bring their supplies to the home of Mrs. Hess. 2190 S.W. 10th St., during the month of April. Temple Sisterhood Holds Luncheon. Bridge Party A bridge party and dessert luncheon was held Tuesday afternoon in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom by the PTA of the Religious School, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, president. Mrs. Aaron Farr was chairman of the affair. Proceeds went to the temple library, which is one of the chief projects of the organization. B'nai B'rith Women To Honor Mrs. S. Goldstrom Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, pioneer I resident of Miami Beac^i, and a member of the B'nai B'rith Women's Organization for many years, will be honored at a special program sponsored by the Sholem Lodge Women's Chapter of B'r.ai B'rith Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the new Burdine's auditorium, fourth floor. Mrs. Harry Gordon, out-going president, will preside and a musical program featuring solo numbers by Miss Irene Patti will be offered. Miss Patti will be accompanied by Joseph Valicenti. senior piano scholarship studei I at the University of Miami. Miss Patti recently made her Miami debut with the Opera Guild in a performance of "Martha." PAGE THREE %  A JC Will Hold Luncheon Today The American Jewish Congress divisional membership reward luncheon for the Miami and Miami Beach chapters will be held at the Shelborne hotel today at 12:30 p.m. Swimming and man jong will be features of the affair, which is open to all members bringing in five or more new members. .Mrs. Jerome Kimball will be Lady of the Day and will be presented with a gift and an orchid. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, divisional membership chairman, will be hostess. Assisting her will be Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and Mrs. David Rabinowitz, membership chaiimen for Miami and Miami i Beach. Eugene Eisman To Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisman, 1171 SW. 16th Ave., announce that their son, Eugene, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning at 9:30 at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah, who attends Shenandoah Junior High School, will address the congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. A reception will follow the ceremonies. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Paris ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 i SPINK STATION WAGON SERVICE EST. 1943 "All Work Guaranteed" REPAIRING REBUILDING ESTIMATES CALL 2-7847 3320 N.W. 36th St.. Miami Simbergs Return Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Simberg, 3400 S.W. 5th St., recently returned from a two weeks' stay in Texas, where they attended a convention of the American Institute of Architects. Among the parties which they attended were events held in Glen McCarthy's new Shamrock Hotel which opened during the week of the conclave. On their way home from Houston, the Simbergs stopped for a few days in Birmingham. Ala., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith. Mr. Smith is Mrs. Simberg's nephew. Jewish Center Lists Officers New officers of the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Community Center were announced last week. They arc Harold Kneapler, president; Harold Lyons, first vice president; Harold Lebow, second vice president; Max Goldstein, treasurer; Bernard Simon, financial secretary; Sony a Schwartz, recording secretary. Premiere Of Film Will Highlight Meeting First showing of the documentary color film "Doorway to Hope," describing the work of the Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs. Ark., will be the highlight of the program sponsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Y. Miss Ethel Pont, president, has invited all young adult groups of B'nai B'rith to be their guests at this initial preview of the movie taken behind the scenes at this B'nai B'rith supported hospital which is devoted to the treatment of arthritic sufferers. Miss Edih Simmons is program chairman. Newsbrief The race for scats on the Miami Beach Council is underway with the "qualifying" beginning today and continuing through May 18. 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PAGE FOUR >Jelstncriade County. Klorlda. MORRIS ZUCKERMAN Sole Owner 4/8-15-22-29 6/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKRV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of %  > K. Auto Parts at number 1481 N \V. 20th Street In the City of .Miami, r.oiida. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SANFORD E. EMERMAN ARoNOVITZ, WEINKLE & ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant 74li Siybold Bldg. 4/8-15-22-29 5/ of appreciation from Italy. Germany and Israel In charge of arrangements for %  :, : .' Marie Balthe installation are Trudi Ltch.lSth'a,XmS5 ?f1 A ^ e v wfco chairman; Marilyn Younger, JSSJLf ';P -, f "?nds has been servations; Ruth Margaretten 5HES 3, %  ><" ;ting food and decorations; Wilda Whitman Xrl 5' W ? Knt t0 DP favors; PhylLs Han* puhl^ ,^^£ 1^ !" ^ !" -\ Unit To Hold Installation Installation of the Chevra Mishr.ayos of Congregation Beth Tfilah will take place tomororw night at 8:15 at the synagogue, 935 Euclid Ave., according to an announcement by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. A special program has been prepared f or the occasion. +Jewisti noridtian Published every Friday sines 1*7/ ..y The Jewish Floridian at 120 N £ Sixth Street. Miami 18. F lorida. Entered at second-claw matter July t, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami Fl.. under the Act of March 3. 1879 The Jewish Florldian has absorbeo •he Jewish Unity and the Jewish vVeskly. Member of the Jewish Tele araphlc Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service National Editorial Associat.on, American Association of English-Jewish Newspaoers. Florida Prees Association SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Or.e Year $ 3 00 Two Years 85.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume "22 Number 14 FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1949 NISAN 8, 5709 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In l>'iv|ness under the fictitious name of City Auto Truck Spring Ben Ice at TS N W. 80th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ado County. Florida. PAUL E. ANDREWS I. WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN Partners' 1/8-16-22-28 5/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF rHB 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I>ADE COUNTY. FL'ltlPA.— IN CHANCERY. No 113707. CARL C.ARI>SON. Plaintiff. vs. GLADYS CARI-SON. Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: MRS. (JLADYS CARLSON Highway 38 Keyport, New Jersey You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to Plaintiffs Rill of Complaint for Divorce In the above-styled cause on or before the 6 day of May, 1949; otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 7 day of April. 1949. E B. LEATHER MAN. Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Rulldlng Miami 32, Florida 4/8-15-22-29 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 123723 SADIE NUDELMAN. Plaintiff. v IRVING NUDELMAN. Defendant. To: Irving Nudelman 1983 Crotona Avenue, Bronx, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the nill oi complaint for divorce filed agalnsl >"' by SADIE NUDELMAN on oi before the 7 day of May. 1949. otherwise MM allegations of said bill will be t.ikeii as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this • d "> of April, 1949. ..... B B LEATHEUMAN Clerk of the Circuit < "" %  (Circuit Court Seal) By It H. RICE. Deputy OFOROE J. TAI.IANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 42u Lincoln Road 4/-l&-22-2 .lit Clerk, % % 



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^AY.AranjJitt +Jenistn>DrMfati Beach Center Will Install New Officers „ any Sirkin will be installed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman as i r,t of the Miami Beach Eitcenter Knight at the Cenir services at 8:15. Sirkin, who has served as director treasurer h nH vice president of the Center, and n to Miami in 1934 from Sa.c LS island, where he JS organizer and president of the Jamaica Jewish Center ReSri at 2644 Flamingo Drive he is active in both civic and ^mmunal activities and is on the S of governors of the Greater SSml Jewish Federation. He has Srved as treasurer and president of the Miami Beach Hotel Association and as treasurer and vice president of the Lincoln Road Association. A prominent philanthropist, Sirkin has extensive real estate holdings in the al "other officers who will be installed at the services are: Abraham Goodman, Joseph Rose and Alfred Stone, vice presidents; Samuel Friedland, treasurer; Archie Brick, recording secretary; Oscar Mamber, financial secreNewlv elected directors are: Jack Ablin, Harry Bodenstein, Hvman Berman, Bernard S. Feiner, Morns Kriegel, Alex Sussman, George Goldberg, Michael Tose, Matthew Silverstein, Sol Goldman and David Isen. They will join the following directors whose terms have not yet expired: Samuel E. Bernstein, Nathan H. Darskv, William I. Feuer, Nathan Glosser, Nat H. Hankoff, Joseph M. Upton. I. Louis Mintzer, Raymond Rubin, Ed Singer and George Talianoff. Trustees to be installed are: Herman M. Berk, Jack D. Burris, Moses Ginsberg, I. R. Goodman, Abraham Halperin, Max Lippman, Samuel Lipton, Samuel Magid, Isaac Mannheimer, Al Osheroff, Philip Salmon, Henry Spero, Max Sulken, Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, Benjamin Appel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Julius Nathanson, Seymour Rubin, Irving Schatzman and Ira C. Walsey. Joseph M. Rose, retiring president, will extend greetings to the ne wofficers at the installation. Audrey Hirschl Becomes Mrs. DuBrin The marriage of Audrey Hirschl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hirschl, New Vork, to Joseph Elwood DuBrin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel DuBrin, Miami Beach, took place March 27 in the study of Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. After a month's honeymoon in Florida, the couple will make their home in New York. Mrs. Stephen C. Leibert and sister of the bridegroom, Marilyn DuBrin and Paula Peterson were th" Hrirte's attendants. The bridegroom was attended by his brother-in-law, Stephen C. Leibert, and Edmund J. Nuberg. i versity of Miami. The bride is a Mr. DuBrin was graduated | graduate of the University of magna cum laude from the Uni-' Michigan. LIMITED RESERVATIONS STILL AVAILABLE BETH-EL COMMUNITY SEDER APRIL 13th. 1949. AT 7:30 P. M. DORA AUGUST MEMORIAL HALL RABBI MURRAY GRAUER AND CANTOR MILTON FRIEDMAN OFFICIATING CATERED SEDER Call at office of Concjreaation—500 S. W. 17th Ave. PHONE 9-3004 i< Harry Sirkin 11 cb row School To Sponsor Seder Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will sponsor a traditional Seder for members and friends Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the school building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the Seder, and Adolph Feldman, chairman of the affair, announced that the rules of Kashruth will be strictly observed in preparing the meal. Tickets are five dollars for adults and three dollars for children up to 12 years of age. Feldman is being assisted by William Weintraub. Reservations must be made in advance by calling Mrs. Sophie Moss at 9-1536 or Mrs. Herbert Feldan at 3-6191. HARRY ZUKERNICK Gloria Liehtenstein to Wed Marcus Shavel The betrothal of Gloria Liehtenstein to Marcus Louis Shavel, 3229 S.W. 3rd St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shavel, South Bend, Ind.. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lichtenstein, 437 West 30th St., Miami Beach. Th<' bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She i attended Florida State University and is now a senior at the University of Miami, where she is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, the Mathematics Society and the Florida Education Association. She is also affiliated with the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Her fiance served with the infantry in the European Theatre, was discharged as a captain and awarded the Silver Star. He attended the University of Arkansas and was graduated from the University of Indiana. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. 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PAGE SIX Jewish Education Bureau Calls United Jewish School Parley For Mon. The Bureau of Jewish Education has called a special conference of the United Jewish School for Monday at 8:15 p.m. at the Hillel House. The United Jewish School is sponsored by the Coral Gables Jewish Center, West Miami Jewish Center and FlaglerGranada Jewish Center. The Bureau of Jewish Education has served as educational advisor to the school. Housed at the north campus of the University of Miami, the school has a registration of 240 children in the Sunday School and 30 children in the Hebrew School and has been in operation since September, 1948. The conference will have a twofold purpose: To evaluate the progress of the school thus far; to make preliminary plans for the '49-'50 academic year. The Israelite Center, a newly formed organization, has also been invited to send representatives to this conference. A. P. Gannes will act as chairman of the conference. +Je*islfk>rldlari_ FRIDAY, A PRIL 8, Journalist To Speak Dr. Louis Hendin of New York, noted journalist and chairman of the J. L. Peretz Pen Club, will give a lecture on "The Atlantic Pact," tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the new Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Discussion will follow. The lecture is held under the auspices of the Jewish Socialist Verband of Greater Miami. The public is invited. Model Seder Sunday A model Seder will be held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Services will be conducted by the children of the Heberw and Sunday Schools. Mrs. Michael Blanke and her committee are in charge of arrangements and refreshments. Parents and friends are invited to be present. Essen Construction Co 2052 N.W. Second Ave. Commercial and Residential Construction Sen. Pepper To Speak At Bearli Installation Senator Claude Pepper will be the principal speaker at the dinner dance and installation of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rilh officers, on Sunday. April 24. at the Saxony Hotel, it is announced by Chairman George J. Talianoff. Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach has been invited to participate in the ceremonies as an honored guest. David R. Isen, civic worker and Miami Beach realtor, will be installed as president of the lodge. Milton A. Friedman, president of the State Federation of Florida Lodges, will act as installing officer. Other officers to be installed with Isen for the 1949-50 term will be: vice presidents, God I rev K. Newman, Sam W. Shapiro, Jules P. Channing: recording secretary. Jack Gold; treasurer. S. Laurence Sootin; financial secretary, Seymour Satin; monitor. Harry Zukernick; assistant moni tor, Siegfried Geismar; \\;irden. Simeon D. Spear: guardian. Barnet Beckerman. Reservations may be made with Miss Sadie Alexander, 5-2435. Miami Beach Lodge offices, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Tickets are $5.75 per person and include banquet, dancing, and all gratuities. All members of B'nai B'rith and their friends are invited to attend the affair. Royal Beauty Supply Distributes Hair Cosmetic Albert J. Hirsch, president of the Royal Beauty Supply Co., 119 N.E. 6th St., announces that his organization is the distributor in South Florida and Nassau for Penetreme Color Creme, a new cosmetic which comes in 13 different colors and takes 29 minutes to apply. "Penetreme is not a tint or dye or ordinary color rinse." Hirsch explains. "It is a cosmetic like rouge or lipstick, but unlike fare make-up. it won't rub off. It is made with non-toxic dyes and is approved by the Pure Food and Drug administration. It leaves no tell-tale line at the scalp when the hair grows out and contains no peroxide. Penetreme is ideal for those dull, dial-, streaked or gray areas, blending them and highlighting them with one-tone sparkling color." Scholarship Application Deadline Announced Applications for the scholarship loan fund sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Coun|,1 „f Jewish Women will be accepted until April 18. according to an announcement by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Anv unmarried siucient of Jewish faith, male or female, whose parents have been residents of Miami for at least two years and who is in financial need is eligible to apply. .. A formal letter of application must be submitted accompanied Vy a letter of recommendation f ro n the principal or dean of the high school which the applicant attended. ., For further information call Mrs, Carl Weinkle. REV. SAMUEL RAVTTZ, SHOCHED Will be on the premises a, GUILFORDS POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9.1939 MONDAY AND TUESDAY From 8:30 A.M. to 2 P.M. to Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY FOR PASSOVER Jr. Hadassah Donor Party Meier Shefyah Children's Village Will benefit Iron: t e donor party to be given bj the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah tomorrow night at 8:30 at the h me of Miriam Scheinberg, 420 N.W. 44th Ave. Aamission is 60 ci ts. NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" I III: BELVEDERE IIOII I, 843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103 Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services, REASONABLE RATES Officers Entertained Officers and board members of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women were entertained at a brunch at the home of their president. Mrs. Harold Turk. Thursday morning. April 7. A board meeting followed. LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given Miami Y Boxers Train After a respite of several weeks following the recent Golden Gloves bouts, the Miami YMHA boxing enthusiasts have begun their training on Monday and Thursday evenings .at 8 p.m. at the Y. Arrangements to stage a series of semi-monthly boxing shows during the months of May and June are presently under consideration by the Miami YMHA alnletic committee. TIDES ON THE OCEAN "112th ST. ^jj Limited Reservations 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 Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. 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F PinAYj lPRIL 8. 1945 Retell To Be Host Hvlan H. Kout, commander of Mianll Beach Post No. 33, Jewish W j r Veterans, has announced that the national convention of the organization will be held in Jfami Beach October 19-24. Miami Beach won the convention over five other bidders at a meeting Oi the executive com„„!!,, %  in Atlanta. Others in the K! were Chicago Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Columbus, Ohio a nd Asburv Park, N. J. Kout and Maurice Klein, state Heoartment commander, carried check for $1,500 made out by Mavor Marcie Libcrman, a mem, 0 f the post, to signify good faith in seeking the convention for his home town. Yiddish Theatre On the Air WINZ (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 Now Feature Yiddish Theatre On the Air M. Nasatir, Program Director Judge Holt Chosen To Go To Israel Judge George E. Holt has been selected to participate in a Study Tour of Israel which is being conducted in that country under the auspices of the American Christian Palestine Committee. The tour, which will include a two-weeks' visit in the Holy Land, will give Judge Holt and the other participants an opportunity to study at first-hand the various problems now facing Israel, and to appraise the future prospects of the Jewish State as an independent nation among the nations of the world. The Zionist community of Greater Miami is sponsoring Judge Holt's forthcoming trip. It has been learned from I. R. Goodman that the Study Tour of Israel has been made available to a carefully-selected group of prominent educators, editors, churchmen and public figures who have been long interested in the Palestine problem and the growth of Israel. The American Christian Palestine Committee, the sponsoring agency for the tour, comprises a membership of several thousand leading Christians in the United States. It is headed by U. S. Senator Owen Brewster of Maine and U. S. Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York. According to the committee's announcement, the study group will convene in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 1. Special arrangements have been made with the Israeli goveftiment to place all of its _*Mnisf: Meridian PAGE SEVEN ROKEACH BORSCHT Make your Holiday meals tempting ... wholesome! Serve ROKEACH BORSCHT. Also use all other ROKEACH PASSOVER PRODUaS ...Kosher and Parve, of course—they're ROKEACH! \ROKEACii HONEY .ROKEACH m NYAFAT ROKEACH raM PEANUT ^ J OIL Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 East Coast Fisheries, Inc. 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Participants in the study seminar will be free to travel wherever they choose during the several days available to them on their tour agenda. Particular points of study will include visits at government agencies, farm settlements, holy places, educational institutions, theaters and military encampments, and appointments with high-placed government officials. Goodman disclosed that arrangements have been made for Judge Holt to leave New York on April 20 aboard Queen Mary. Judge Holt is the Circuit Judge for the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida. He was appointed to this position in 1941 and re-elected without opposition during the elections of 1948. Prior to the assumption of his judicial duties, Judge Holt was Professor of Law at the University of Miami and a practicing attorney in Dade County. From 1937 to 1941 he was a member of the Florida House of Representatives. 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PAGE EIGHT pJmridii&Mgm FRIDAY. APRi L 8, • Janet D. Spitzer Janet D. Spitzer To Join Summer Brides Announcement of the engagement of Janet Devorah Spitzer to Leo Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roth, Gary, Ind., has been made by her mother, Mrs. Al Carl Spitzer, 1568 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. The daughter of the late Mr. Spitzer, the bride-elect lived in Gary before coming to Miami Beach five years ago. She has been active in Jewish youth groups and was graduated from Miami Beach High School. She is now a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Roth received his bachelor's degree cum laude from Franklin and Marshall College. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, past president of Tau Omega fraternity. He is now a junior at Indiana University Medical School. A summer wedding is planned. Felice Bobson Felice Bobson Plans September Wedding A September wedding is being planned by Miss Felice Bobson, whose engagerr.er.t to Lee Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benjamin. 752 N.W. 64th St., has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bobson, 1520 S.W. 5th St. Miss Bobson will be graduated from Miami High School in June. Her fiance is a junior at Florida State University, where he is majoring in physical education. He is on the all-Dixie Conterence and all-state basketball teams. While attending Miami Edison, he was an all-state and all-district conference basketball player. Personally Speakinq Honor guest at a farewell luncheon held in the sunken patio of the Delano Hotel was Mrs. Reuben Appel of New York, who has been a guest at the Delano since December. Hostess at the luncheon was Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz. The guest list included Mrs. James J. Carroll and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg, wives of the Delano managers; and Mrs. Alexander Lirx> w MrsHarold Turk, Mrs. Jack Brantman, Mrs. Bernard Sharp, Mrs. Lou Goldberg, Mrs. Eva Rosenbaum, and Mrs. Caroline HalberstaOt. Also at the luncheon were Jack Brantman and R. L. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reinhard, 1355 Alton Road, announce the birth of a daughter, Lesley Diane, on March 27. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard and Mrs. Jeanne Cherry of Miami Beach. A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has returned to Miami from Dropsie College, Philadelphia, Pa., where he is pursuing his Ph. D. studies, and will remain in Miami throughout April. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Gingold of Brooklyn, N. Y, have just returned to their home after spending several weeks at the Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Boris Borofsky, also of Brooklyn. While here the Gingolds were entertained by their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Forer, 1610 S.W. 20th St. The Forers will be hosts at Passover Seders to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kornreich, of New York, also cousins who have been wintering in Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St., had as their guests their niece, Mrs. D. Eisenberg and her son, Barry, of New York City and Mrs. Predinger's sister, Mrs. Charles Moss, and niece, Mrs. Charles Hamiter, of Tampa. The visitors remained here for two weeks. Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., is recuperating from a serious illness. Miss Cohen, former news editor of The Jewish Floridian and at present research assistant on the staff of Time magazine in New York, was vacationing here when she was stricken. Judah Rackovsky, who is a student at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, is visiting his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach. Judah, who is a member of the New York Council of Hapoel Hamizrachi and cultural chairman of the Dov Rezel Chapter of Hapoel Hamizrachi, spoke before the Ladies League of the Hebrew Academy Wednesday afternoon. The Rackovskys will be joined by another son, Boris, who is also a student at Rabbi Isaac Elcahanan Theological Seminary. The young men will return to their studies after Passover. + + Rabbi Lazar Meskin has returned to New York City after a visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oster, 251 S.W. 18th Ct. + Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct., recently returned from New York, where they attended the wedding oi their son. Jack. The event took place at Temple Zion, Bronx, N. Y., on Sunday. March 27. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lessman of Chicaqo, who were married Saturday night in that city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin, 2445 Flamingo Place, Miami Beach. 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APRIL 8. 1949 FRIDAY, jy 0 W Hadassah Group Formed ., iponest of Hadassah rffiter bSd of Greater Miami, C XHadassah group was ora -A nn March 23 at the home In Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs, AlJg Jas hostess to about thirtyfive women. NeW lv elected officers of the Sin are* Mrs. Morns Alpert, C5c-president; Mrs. Irwin Ssein first vice president; BM& S^sft Mrs r ina Jmsterdan. recording secretary; Mr S Charles Bushell, financial Setary; Mrs. Israel Teitch corSponding secretary; Mrs. SamuelSapiro. treasurer. Board members includethe Mesdames Moses Kr.eger, Dorohv Krieger Fink. Isabel S.Atholz, Julius Deutsch, Sam Sak+Jewisi) norldUmn PAGE NINE Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wasserman of Detroit, Mich., have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Beverly Ruth, to Dr. Jack D. Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Singer, 1853 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Dr. Singer was graduated from the University of Indiana Dental School. Mrs. Morris Alpert rais, Louis C. Kott, Max Dreyer, Isaac Joffe, Harry Miner and Harold Turk. Eight year old Suzanne Hausman played piano selections. She was presented by her instructor, Sam Kane. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink portrayed the biographical sketch of a recent heroine, who is going down in history as Israeli martyr. She suggested that the new group be named in honor of this heroine. Other names will be suggested at the next meeting. Standing committees will also be announced. A wide cultural, social and educational program is being planned. Anyone interested in joining or assisting a choral, social, or any other education group, contact Mrs. Alpert 5-2893, or any other officer. Next meeting will be held at %  •**' Juuy aroder Engagement Revealed Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burstein, 301 86th St., Miami Beach, of the engagement of her daughter, Judy Broder, to Irving Beckman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beckman, Los Angeles. The brideelect, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, and her fiance are students at the University of California. A fall wedding is planned. Max P. Feld, Certified Public Accountant, Announces the Opening of Offices at 835 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. Telephone 58-4171 ROUIITIGHRETEll SO SWEET! SO HEAVY-BODIED! SO DELICIOUS! You'll love its real ol d-fashioned goodness I CANANDAIGUA INDUSTRIES CO.. INC., CANANOAIGUA, N. V. £-.i — %  %  ... the home of Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, 4485 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, on Monday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Goldman will open her home for members and prospective members, and will serve dessert. KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WEDS. A.M. THURS. AM. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St IMMEDIATE SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP ENGINE OVERHAUL BRAKE SERVICE MOTOR TUNE-UP LUBRICATION FRONT-END ALIGNMENT PAINTING-SEAT COVERS NEW and RECONDITIONED MOTORS 1 FLORIDA'S MOST MODERN FACILITIES wM NEW POSTWAR EQUIPMENT" ond KNOW-HOW" MECHANICAL STAFF • IODOIT PLAN IF DESIRED • SAM MURRAY INI' I. '.\ HI I 'in 1917 IISCAYNE ROULEVARD PHONE 1 4761 I TRUCK DIVISION • tS N E. MM STRUT PHONf 75*7 CALL 3-1953 NELLIE E. BRENNAN REAL ESTATE 337 Vi N. E. 1st Avenue I DOG ac/NG We wish all our Friends & Customers A Happy Passover noe fjD^ni 8 GET YOUR PASSOVER ORDERS NOW WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE HOME MADE BORSCHT FOR PASSOVER nDB -IBB BV1*a JHWMDya Dn (Bring Containers) DOMINO GRANULATED & TABLET SUGAR FOR PASSOVER FULL LINE OF PiVSSOVER WINES — ALSO — KOSHER DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPLETE LINE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED KOSHER PRODUCTS FOR PASSOVER THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 817 Washington AT* Miauii Boach Phone 5-4090 Free Oeitverie



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I I 1 I A. PAGE TEN +Jelst fkrkMar FRIDAY, APRIL 8 1949 A III. Film To Bo Proviowod Today LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE .S3E' c CTiT.Ot-S NAME LAW NOTICE IS3E" FiCTlT:OLS NAME LAW NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE N TICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that i re: ?. A: 11 A tion %  : %  S MEAT S %  ;' • • 1 .%  SOT %  £ S:E FICTITIOUS N A V = LAW 5'VEN S E Sal .-. %  • -. %  ; %  ._ ...... >. A _. JJ, .--.-• X FASER t-e: s i ... .... .,.-•-: -. %  ER5 .---..;; .' "" = r = = OF PL 5c*~ DN %  %  % %  '.%  \ RUTH : ... :; LEGAL NOTICE %  1 %  •• %  %  Sling: 1—metal • I—I ... — lack I —f i r lei 1—tilt_-ktUrr chargers; 1— n • hoae; :—grease pump-gun: _%  ng shelves. II inner tubes :—,'acks: 1—desk. i-j-t metal ablnets 4 --. I— 1—cash regIng machine; tbrake • with miscelnent :— lathe ".— 1— large searchlight; I—metal stools: 1—sewing I— '.-..•! Inet: appn alLEGAL NOTICES NOT.CE "NOEB^TTf^TNOTICE Ifl HEREBY ;-.F\,v the undersigned, dc '.,"> business under the fict • ln EddrMarket at IJ4 '*,J Jhe^Clrcuit Curt of Da EDWARD MEHLER 8ole Owner %  : ; -M I-t-li %  %  ~ • %  • --• %  %  %  --•: = = £ = = CAT 0 %  : r E = : =,=_ CAT : N %  ... • %  • : %  THERMAN. Sa'-e >f C at 1 "' %  %  .. %  %  %  i ..: 7 .:: S ,, 3AM S --' F :N : ORDER OF =.3_ CAT ON IN 1 .P • %  IDA— IN %  -. %  • .. N< %  5 '• -" •' %  • E E LEAT V U : FE1 I Deputy Clerk. SILVER • r.*lf? scren E.iii.zg r.: ri la .' i :-•-:: NO" CE "0 CRED -ORS IN THE COCXTT JUDGE'S COURT [ S • NT1 FLORIDA — IN PROBATE No ENGET.HARDT : %  Dl Hi-• I AJ S %  %  V xri each of jroo, are h*re^:y preMBt any .-. : -'. I r^as^i Se .'T:?-I H W .: ty Jade : : I e the a %  \. -"..r :the Coanty Coorthoose Dade ::.•• % %  T .'-. %  > %  %  ii.^:-\t' IT:— the date of the the .r*ra. adt asd to he r.; rr. as afcreaald. or •-.:::•• .-. g-.:; i. :.. %  : %  %  Pt te Act : %  • .. A : :>4? S*XA KLIN SER AN: W ENGELHARDT. As A:."i-" Exec-Jtore f the M -.. :-4> J:MMV STLUVAN. • F A HARKNESS • %  .-. La 4 .•-.'-.. NOTICE LNOEP FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N 7": "E IS ,; .-r to • ." Nt III %  • X.E :••. Arenue, Mlarr.1. FU r#i iter A. ] name vk • Tier* %  • .:.. %  : .-: I %  P %  INK FI9HBEIN ^ ^ >smer rCXJt'S ERSTLING Att -for A c tress :_ ; : .• 4 -••: %  .. r %  NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE cmCCTT COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH JTOICIAX ~:~ PL ?.::A :N AN: FOR DADE •NTT. — IN CHANCERY. N: • HERMAN LEVT, Plaintiff, vs. SALL:S LEVT : -'-u • 7 BALLTE •-EAT. r y. •' Ocean Parlrwir, B7-:--.'ti.yT.. New V "-: V V A ".EFT NOTIFIED it a BLTJ .:-•. for D--. -,-%  %  % %  .-• % % % %  zy H:-:RS LEVY roar haaband, i:h* % %  %  -' la the Court, and roa are fai r tir.ed that ron a.-e hereoy required '.:e an appears--.:* la iid proA 7 1:4: --rlae :^e alsa c f said I U %  .%  ...' C = :E= :=. = c* T ON Thle order is to be ; :N T :-•::-: ":~ — 7 r.7 y ~~: ~ --. %  : %  %  -r 4 %  =%  .••-.". 7IRCTJTT :N AND ****7-e .•* %  ..-. .rtdiaa, a .' %  7: FLORIDA.— -'-^• I ^ity, .v s ::'. :-F r :-. NOTICE UNDER FICTlTiQLiS NAME LAW NOTICE I? HEREBT GIVEN th.t the undersigned. desir::.r •.. --Jiaire i -. • ........ THE SID-MAR MEAT ftp MARKET at 1UC N V. Miami. Florida, Intend I said name with I t SL ..t Court of Dal* Ida. HARRY INDGIN GERTRUDE THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ nejr '. .A 3.H-23 4/1-8-15 NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY the u: -:-.%  %  : ia nesa under the • • %  Ah • %  STera at 'ind Aveaoe irtenda to register with the Clerk of the of Dade PI MORR:? A :-: i •,< Sole 0' : ELRT STONE Attorney for Applicant • :-•-:._-_• ORDER OF PLBL'CAOS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE 11th JUDICIAL IN AND F--R DADE COUNTY FL PUDAIN CHAXCERT, N • NSTANCE DI BLASl I JOSEPH DI BLASl I THE STATE OF PLC R TO: JOSEPH DI BL : Mountain Road, r~ar of ;;i <7>fder. Al • :.^re of Mrs. L Ipsar. Jen %  ; New V i .-.7~ beret f notified •--! : pear to the F: I of C :ause or. -the of April. lMi -: -' said B:.i wi! nfeased by you. NE AND OBJ Florida. : I March, 1S4. E. B. LEATE Clerk of Cl •. Court .%  I By M C F L-e; -•.; IM SILVER •or for Plaint ff %  ng — 3-." l:r.c PI rl ia -' 4 .-•-:NO' CE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER .... • t oi SUNSK:N>: FRUIT SHIPPERS at :! • N W Mth St.. anl -: r'l :-•-" I -e with t^e 7. trt of 1 ifVP. S PRANK P. %  : :••' CHARLES CAT! •' \ R SILVER r A77 '•"" %  u-;$-a 4 i-l WALTER : KOVNER Attorney P. 7 1 Fla. MAS: ULINE MANTEGARI, Defer, i•.: %  NAME •-." ted z-.! : iay -' March :> 77 B LEATHERMAN Clerk : ---:: c--. NOT := TO = = = *= THE STATE ?' FL. 7 7 • M ? TZ'.-.'E %  TJ -.7 F THE 7 rvrrciAL :IRCUIT : RO: :~~ WEESKLE A :N AS: F R DATE 7. L : N*W Tect vm .7 A — :N rHANCERT N: Tea are he: red ScJ tatirf .% %  • -. I r 1 ll-S 1 • %  4 E7: •-S3-CE LNDER FC'O.S '. A; NAME LAW : wd be .NOTICE IS HEREBT 7:VEN that ""--r • enrage lr. s ?:r:::7 : ATE: • • • .-% ; •; r E 1 .•. : •' E B I.E.* THERMAN ,-. .N W ~u I 5th Street Miami F\a Int. 1 By M. C FEIGE : cf I :• ; t -. • ". ..... t • said I -V •-• %  ~ • %  %  -. ^ --: 1; 4 :%  :: so:E %  .:•= r :' : : %  newspaper NOTICE :s HERESY --..-. ..... _,. p _.. %  %  .• %  %  March, AI 1 : i: • : • Z 7 LEATHERMAN -S JOSEPH 3 ERT •• ;E LNDER F CT OLS NAVE LAW ... "" *e :r. EN that ..LAS' ai --?' : Wati the City of Mi... egist er %  %  ,• -.-• PI f. -SO .zz-i U NOT CE LNDER F Z~ ~ 7-S NAME LAW N IE HER %  I • -r.ie.-s-rT.ed. **• ring U 11 esa ler ^fl U! : Avenue S* f S< at ili N W. Cr.d Aveaue. Pkt ir.-.e.-.i to ragiater 1 ::^ t.-.e "; : ntj y PAUL FOX BSTHEB F7X :--: NOTICE LNDER FICT T OLS NAME LAW N-TICE IS HEREBY GH .r.d*r:cr.e-i. des:r:"f U ilcesa r the I 1 %  lertier Supply Corr.pa.-.> S W tth Street Ml is to reglater %  .' the 3rclt :. rt oi ••• %  IBty f :-.la ___. -• SEPH GERTLER B I Owr.er • ••-•!.•$ 4 ;-s "NOTICE UNDER F.CT c.s NAME LA A NOT1 '-: IS HEREI 1 the n ... la Centeat nerh of the Circuit 7 JOSEPH I N MAX B N JACK S1L> MARVHA SIL^ EP.MAN ESTHER BER HELEN SNL'TH HARRY ZIKERN1CK •-•.-. r • f • ners IM Lr coin R.->ad lt-SS 4 :- a ~, -• FR:EI L*S Tit W STOCKING the 7_-...: C:-r-. :f lal7 : Z 7 -7:^7,-,-** ( 7 i.7,: : :-:.:: New Tort .-T : %  ARE HE3 .-;: :-.-.". -%  I 1 %  ---..-lace ha the ppeara: uver 1 the *r— ae New" T % %  %  '""%  •; A -: : -' ; ,-^, ., irr ir : ".-ause for div'or.-e ow^eaao w_ te eatlttt or rw. %  -" w-u be enters : i. A T w. f Mar E E 7 7MAN. tie By M TZ zy • %  A FRIEDMAN *>• % %  \.:aimmma wiu oe er.terec ... .-••.• %  NE ANT >RI ERET this K day •-'% %  %  %  • Mir* n .,. LI 0 EE ...... 4 : .: 1 ..1.. a Mar A : • lMi LEATHERMAN E B LEATHERMAN. %  %  .. I M : ..^ = -' '.: --a. VtM W SI • -::N3 By WSI w STOCKING ^,. .. Deput Der.t> Clark k • ? r ^ VAS ?JC NEWMAN l:r FJ :"_-:.Road -*-%  '4. n-ii -:i NOTICE TO CRED-TORS IN THE COUNTT -•---.:N AND FOR DA N FLORU A IN PROBATE > -. LTB r ^AM KALSB. T^^,.r S bag CktiBM or IVn-ar..'.-A| S,.i E:a:c Y. ." aotified aad raqulrcd 1 ma a.-.d demand! r ytm may aaj> c eatau f SAM KALER Of M:ami Beach, r*-'.. ',.\. Ma. :o HM Hoa *F ,: County Judate of Da* ^ aane in h County Courtbeuf* la D Florida, w-.thln elghl th n from the date of the flrsi w hereof. Shld claims. the legal a ..nted ar.t and to be serorn I irrr d. A Date March 11. A P^ ^ As Adminiatratrti Of the E." SAM K_\LER. Deceased SAM SILVER ___. Attorney for Adminlstratr^ 4. :--i-a



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FPmAY^ APRIL.8,1949 XuL. HUM To sponsor Booths 4tB.B. Carnival Th e Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League and tl Htllel Foundation, University „/Miami, have announced that thev will sponsor booths at the n-nai B'rith Council benefit carnival, Sunday, April 17 at the Beach Y, Demonstrating the complete unity of all branches of B'nai RTith service in South Florida, Concession booths will be operated by men's lodges, women s chanters, young adult groups and R-nai B'rith youth groups. The Anti-Defamation League will display visual education oosters and distribute pamphlets to further better human relations A unique feature of the Anti-Defamation League participation will be the broadcast of "Little Songs on Big Subjects" as well as Irving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship." The Hillt'l Foundation booth will be supervised by Dr. Donald D Michelson and several university students. Colorful posters and photographs demonstrating the role of Hillcl on the American College campus will be on display. An information booth will be set up to serve as an informationcenter and as a membership enrollment booth. The carnival is under the general supervision of Jules P. Channing and is open to the public free of charge. Russian Language Film The first in a series of nonpolitical Russian language films will be presented by the Uinversity of Miami Russian Language Club tonight at 8 o'clock at the Beaumont Lecture Hall, main campus, according to Dr. Berthold C. Friedl. Tonight's offering, "The Great Glinka," is a musical biography in Russian with English sub-titles. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. *Jeni$ii Meridian PAGE ELEVEN SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN M. B. GARRIS Consulting Engineers PHONE 48-9876 Now Located at 622 S. W. 27th Ave. June Dairy To Build New Plant In commemorating the 24th anniversary of the establishment of the June Dairy Products Company in Miami, Matthew S. Bandler, vice president, has started the construction of a new $250,000 processing dairy plant, located at Northwest 23rd St. and 22nd Ave. The founding of this organization took place in New York shortly after Bandler was mustered out of the army at the close of World War I, the exact date being June 20. 1920, with a capital representing less than a month's salary of a goodly portion of his employees. The June Dairy Products Company has grown from a horse-and-wagon distributor to one now rated among the top four in the industry. Bandler experienced rough going at the start. Old-line competitors gave him only six months to survive. They failed to reckon with his determination and drive, however. The reputation established by his concern for the manufacture and distribution of high-quality products is enviable. The widespread consumer demand for June Dairy butter and eggs established in the Greater Miami area necessitated the construction of larger plant facilities to keep apace with their rapid growth. The plant will be equipped with the most modern and scientific S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Aye. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. D-1BD "CID Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 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 Milt 2-6133 TlRMI BEACH MIAMI • i4S nrni STREET 101 S.W. FIRST STREET 1141ALTOM ROAD 4100 N.W. 22nd Ave. DRJNKPLENTY, OF ripttre Water* DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75c "FOR BETTER HEALTH FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE" PHONE 2-4128 ENJOY THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER HOLIDAYS AT THE LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM 727 COLLINS AVE. — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — CANTOR MALEK. officiating IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 5-1264 Matthew Bandler labor-saving machinery known to the industry. "Bandler's leadership has been an inspiration to all identified with him," his employees association reports. "He is a man of unswerving adherence to principle, with an unflagging desire for dealing fairly with his employees, customers and farmers." America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. Res. 9-3100 ^ W Safety Harbor. Florida ^ 4^^" Btlofin Tamo ind St. Petersburg ^% THE CARLSBAD OF FLORIDA ^^f • 20-Acre Paradise on beautiful old Tampa Day • A Luxurious Hottl • Coif Swimming in mineral water pool • Atclirry tuffleboard Fishing • Other Recreational Facilities Mineral Baths Massages • Steam & Cabinet Baths • Physiotherapy Treatments • Compatible Diets Ametica'i Oldest Spa — Legendary Fountain of Youth Safely Harbor Sna. represents a unlqut achievement In Resort History-a r.orlect combination of Resort and llea th Center that Is built around the world famoui waters of Santo Snrinirs Salem H Baranoff, Director Call Clearwater 2594 I T t • s recipe W* w \S ...and MANISCHEW V *• \ v H V* "if < : %  MANISCHEWITZ Gefilte Fish is fust like it! GEFILTE FISH • The same treasured recipe ... the same superb cooking skill make MANISCHEWITZ Gefilte Fish the equal of Grandma's at its bestl In fact, if you didn't see it come out of a jar, you'd say Grandma cooked it herself I Thaf s why folks who've tried them all insist on MANISCHEWITZ! THERE'S A BIG DIFFERENCE I AT ALL GROCERS r_-•.'.%  & %  '.aJr-vsi ISC HEWITZ GEFILTE *SHe R EICU fAtlvl -&ONS .JL JJ "?s" MO. O-^l ;.,-*£/> nrntCTrTrnrn nog 1 ? "iim ^"•teOf-' /Coskr/orP** 80 !" wt &zgsm^m^*^&s**?-? %  *''- v a!flS3SfflP



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. I ,1 PAGE TWELVE +Je1st nirkMar FRIDAY, APRIL 8. l^T Temple Will Mai* Seventh Birthday F f; : Arrii =Snf-l" V'.tkZiZ '-' %  ---• r-Seir. -— ~"JT 'L %  L" ~L ""•* '-~'Z.i trul conduct -Jr.? srreBth arm. fT versar^" service ~.i "_~.T *?~"T.T -•--. : • s Temple Yoath To ^ ^; ^1 Hold April Antics Charles S Tobcn, w ho was ; i: the Oae#Tshab:a: Z*£2* Hotel i _t — ..;---- •past Suteraood presidents a=d arras*ents: at^an Cohen MM TOOB r-ESEnVATCNS >o w FOR A REAL TRADITIONAL SANQOR SEOAR ALSO SERV3S STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER MEALS ALL WEES LUNCHEON • DINNER • A LA CARTE HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN ;4:' Washington Are. Miami Beach J. PARSER. Mar. PH. 5-5694 Bernice Bravman Sets Wedding Date DetTOtlM : =t-.:e Braeaaan -hirles Gottlieb, son oi Mr. L Gottlieb. 620: s.W :fv. Terr beta % %  e t irer.ts Mr ar.d ~?:_.z Bravman Wilkes= • —^ The bride-elect :rreduate of ----:..r£r itudjed tot he* a t New York Un• Navy wt,--.eras graduated from the Vs-ven v": Maryland C:~ege "--/ weddm* %  • %  take place Birthday Celebrated •'aad afn HUH Forer. 1610 --_j-. were bosti ;* %  %  iay part] for their daughter. a Lee sri* recently j -, : tost birthday -•• si-r-T. t: the f-r?:s ar.3 t.-e ---..re :i" wai recorded in arv.ri 7".: F::i:. : "*re kas'--z • %  %  Fcrer's b: >ther Henry Quests included Sharon Joyce ,-.Stephen Alas Budner Laura g-je ----ert nd Ja? Schwartz. Marsha Rosenstein Jeffrey and .---.-. David Marilyn a-; -. Z-n-i: Judy Alperl am Beach Y to Hold Sedorum For Young Adults The Miami Bead) YM-YWHA rommemorate the Passover ncLdav this year with a series of pre-bclida v Sed< r_-. to be con: : : teen kgen ar.d young a; — t! The first Seder for teen tgers wJl :-. conducted tomorrow evecmi at I-: z ~ Tr.e ycung auult : -. ._l be held on Sunoay at p a Reservationi for both run-, rr.av r-e made by calling the Y a: 5-5319 Eacb 5-:ier .11 be fill; AC d by Marsha Levin Betrothed To Matthew Poliakoff Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levin. 15T5 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, and Baltimore, Md., have announced the en^ager^e i. of the daughter. Marsr.a, to Matthew Poliakof.' of Spartanr.urg. S C Tr.e bride-elect attended school in Baltimore and the University •• Miami. She :s active in the Mmi Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah. Mr Poliakoff wai graduated u ~. the University of South Car lira Law School. He ^ a representative in the Soutr. Carolina legislature ar.d practices law .r. Spartanburg Ho is --. a p: Lambda Phi. He is tr.e son of Mr. and Mrs u m „ Poliakoff. Greenville s £*"* Xo wedduig date_ha s been t REFIHED BUSINESSTADY Wishes to meet gentleman in his forties StaU phona number if pouibU Writ* H. L Box 2373, Miami 18 PENICILLIN DUST For treatment of Sinusitis Ear and Respiratory Infections Dr. Springmyer. Physician 79th St. Clinic 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78.84B7 The Best in HORSERADISH! For Passover MAKE SURE IT'S SEASHORE FOR FLAVOR AND STRENGTH Bottled Fresh Daily YOUR GROCER HAS IT — "ANOTHER GREAT PRODUCT' of TheSeashore Food&Pickle Products,inc. Condiment Manufacturers 343 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-3457 Manufactured Daily in Miami Ask for and Demand insr r:s; a -r:;.K ncs? ura Sunny Brook Dairy Products CREAM CHEESE SOIR CREAM Not A Cold Storage Product COTTAGE CHEESE Pasteurized Creamed WHIPPED BITTER FARMER CHEESE THE BEST IN QUALITY FOR THE SAME PRICE AVAILABLE AT ALL BETTER STORES STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER r, D B ? ^ W 2 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACXOVSXY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Orexxtar Miami Voad Hcdnahnztfe Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakaahruth to WWPB ETtry S utui dcry Niahl at 8 Alee Stxmday from 5r to 8 ?M. Man uia ct m e d Dally by SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, IHC. Masuktcturara & Distributors 2180 N. W. 13tk Ar4ue Phone 9-0601 All Product Mfod. by Sunny Brook EOSHEB



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pomAY. APRIL 8, 1949 +Jenl$ti fhrldian Miami Y Show To Open Sunday Nite T hc curtain will rise on the nremiere performance of the Mimi Y variety show Sunday night ,. 8 o'clock at the Miami Y. A repeat performance will be given Monday at 8 p.m. The show, which is entering the last stages of rehearsal, will consist of music and dance numbers Mrs. Kaplan Myers coached by Betty Ward, editor of the Miami Daily News Youth Round-up; comedy skits under the direction of Dave Rabinowitt Ben Singer and Dorothy Kaplan. "This is the first time in 15 years that the IVliami Y has attempted as big an undertaking as this show." Abe Aronovitz. chairman said. "The enthusiasm and interest that were shown by members of the east, many of Faber Ackerman whom are leaders in the community, predict an outstanding performance. This show is strictly for laughs—nothing serious. No problems are involved and a real treat is in store for all those who attend." Among those taking part in the show are: Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. won Kaplan. Ruth Nurenberg, wrnice Dubler, Sanford SwerdSMJ %  MV WL ;! SS Eu ene J Weus, Milton Friedman, Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. David MSS"?Sai ? Seitlin Sidne >' miJfS S ^ einer Jewel Un MvL n f Cook Stanley C. rie l,,F aUl ^? bel > Harri <* KripSarnue Kessler, Samuel J. Rand yaany others. Torah Dedication Slated For Tonite At Temple Isaiah At a special ceremony to take place at this evening's service at Temple Isaiah at 8:15 prn a Sofer Torah or Scroll of the Law will be dedicated. The Torah has been brought from Jerusalem and is considered one of the finest handwriting on parchment to come from the Holy Land. The Torah will be accepted by the president of the congregation, Julius Jay Perlmutter, who will present it to Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader of the congregation. The Torah was made possible through the gifts of a number of contributors, including Temple Isaiah Sisterhood, Rabbi and Mrs Solomon Raab, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schalman, Mr. and Mrs Abe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack and Max Gottlieb. In addition there were the following contributions which were secured by Sammy Stone. Those includeAlbert Pollack and Paul Pollack for Belmar Hotel; S. Adelman for Versailles Hotel; David Porvin and Albert Grossman for the President Madison Hotel; Mr. Friedman for the Saxony Hotel; Aaron Courshon for Ocean Isle Apt. Hotel; Jennie Grossinger, Harry Horowitz and Paul Grossinger for Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel; David Shaffer; Bernard Cohen; A. Friedman; Stephen C. Leifert; Herbert Greenberg; Joe Linn of "Wells" and a contribution by Frank's Men's Shop. The public is invited to attend this special service and reception. Mrs. J. B. Keys is chairman of PAGE THIRTEEN Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 HAPPY HOLIDAYS HAVANA VIA PLANE $30 Plui Round Trip Tax VIA SS. FLORIDA— $46 Plui Round Trip Tax TOURS from $36,95 plus lax Apgar Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 9-5386 The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, the only community-wide Kashruth Association, which consists of Beth David—Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center—Rabbi Irving Lehrman R .u T Ple Beth sl olom—Rabbi Leon R. Kronish Beth Tfilah Congregation—Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky feels the responsibility to call the attention of the Jewish People in the community to the following facts: koshoV T J'' rcstaurar >ts or hotels advertising traditional Buannt. ( L mm t0 be conducted on the premises is not a strictlv %  h kosher and unless it indicates that it is Vairt u iT P u vlsod and endorsed as kosher, the community aa Hak ^hruth does not assure its kashrus; the f n iiJ hat Passov er milk endorsed by the Vaad must have we following inscription: ""W ^N"^ ni3t3 "n* rmAU7na ^UjnvpDaip-j Nb N spr ann imuva* '" 1 flftf**** nxbn rvnury r>nw*rta. HOD'S ->wa •$>'# cake i s i cake advertised as "holiday cake" or Passover not a proof that it is kosher cake; cake to h a M ne Ra P ha els they are preparing special kosher Vaad H-,L, e r S0 t0 the Public, endorsed by the Greater Miami dk ^hruth. Call 58-5343 to place your order. ov er or n?f ther inform ation about Kashrus—be it for Passfector R Kk T malters such as meat and poultry—call our di' ndbD1 Joseph E. Rackovsky at 5-3595. Vaad H-X hat k unloss y" see the sign of the Greater Miami yo "r conm Utn d 5pla > ,ed in tne store u is not endorsed by H. SOOTIN, Secy. S. LOBEL, Treas. !**** SIRKIN. Pr^ 2L BEAR Vic. Pre.. Beach B & P Hadassah To Meet Monday Night The Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will meet Monday night at the Beach Y. Highlight of the meeting will be a round-table discussion on tne reports of the Hadassah regional conference held last week at the McAllister Hotel Participants in the discussion wili be the delegates, Mildred Krupsaw, Dora Keller, Esther Goodman and President Lillian Goodman, as well as Frances Lebon and Florence Mintzer. A Passover skit entitled "As If • Redeemed from Egypt" commemorating the coming holidays will be presented by Jean Brown and Roslyn Turret, program chairmen. The nominating committee will present the slate for the coming year and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fried will sing Passover songs. the hospitality committee assisted by Mrs. Norman Burman, Mrs. Hattie Spiegel, Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter and Mrs. Mary Ell Tannen Opens Office Harold Tannen has announced the opening of offices for the practice of law at 1009 American Bank Building. During the war Tannen served with the legal division of the War Shipping Administration in Washington. YIDDISH-SPEAKING LADY teaches English individually and in groups ROSE MEISEL 427 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 82-8400 < Middleaqed woman formerly Private School Assistant Director, European Background. Familiar with Office and Executive Work, Typing. Shorthand also German, seeks position. References WRITE DE BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH MAsten To YOUR TOWN WKAT 1360 ON THE DIAL EVERY SUNDAY 1:45 to 2:00 P. M. "The Show Where Anything Can Happen—And Probably Will I I" EVENING CLASSES UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CONCENTRATED COURSES Eight Weeks April 11 to June 4 CELESTIAL NAVIGATION All navigation requirements necessary to secure marine license will be thoroughly covered. _. A'R CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION Theory of refrigeration, calculations and estimation for air conditioning systems In commercial and residential establishments ., ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING Architectural draftmanshlp, working drawings for residences and small commercial buildings. ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING Uibor costs and general technique of estimating for electrical Installations. ESTIMATJNG AND BLUE PRINT READING Part I: Analysis of construction projects and determination of cost price to assign to each operation Part II: Estimating for reinforced concrete, structural steel and major construction. ESTIMATING FOR PLUMBING INDUSTRY Plumbing codes, specifications and general technique of estimating: ELEMENTARY STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Design of wood and steel structures. BUILDING CODES AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS FOR CONTRACTORS Study of building codes of Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables. FRESH AND SALT WATER FISHING Instruction in fundamentals of bottom and surf fishing MORNING CLASSES at the Plaza Hotel CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Both elementary and intermediate courses taught with emphasis on the conversational approach REGISTRATION ROOM 131, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, MAIN CAMPUS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION 83-4611 Ext. 136 and 163 t: l< l.l • 1 T(/£SD/ir PRESENTING THE SENSATIONAL POST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st 2nd SUINIELAS EVERY RACE NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM No Minori Admilttd THRILLS! ACTION!! SPEED!!! Every race in this spectacular 10race program will be packed with thrills 1 Come early first race 7:45 P.M. 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PAGE FOURTEEN pJenlstFhridUan (MI If stream Park Spring Meet To lose April 19 Gulfstream Park's Spring season is swinging into its final sessions with attendance and mutucl figures continuing to confound the experts. During the first four weeks of the season there was not a day below the S500.000 mark, while the shortest turnstile count of 8,157 was chalked up last Friday. An amazing development of the week past was Gulfstream Park"* feat of passing Tropical Park"s winter meeting in total betting. For the entire 40 days of that session the plav aggregated S18.682.943. The "track by the sea" passed thi.* mark on the first race Thursday, and it is expected that a final compilation will find wagering close to the S27.000.000 mark, or approximately 50*7 more than that enjoyed by the Coral Gables course. Despite the dropoff at the gates, the local course will set a brand new attendance mark this year, already running substantially ahead of 1948 and several percentage points to the good of the previous 1947 record. With Saturday's Hollywood Handicap being followed by the mile and an eighth Hallandale 'Cap on SaturNewsbriefs Dr. George Erline. lecturer and physician, will speak before the members of the Vegetarian Societv of Greater Miami Saturday night at the Spinoza Forum. 11th St. and Ocean Drive. Miami' Beach, according to Harry Kershaw, president. His topic will be "The Physical, the Mental and the Spiritual." A question and \ answer period will follow his lecture. Admission is free and the public is invited. Center Religious Schools To Conduct Model Seder Students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious Schools will celebrate Passover with a model Seder Sunday at 10 a.m.. in the new Center patio. 1701 Washington Ave. Rabbi Lehrman will be assisted by Joseph Ginsberg of the Daily Religious School, who will serve as "School Father." Stuart Rubin will serve as the "Wandering Jew." Paul Weiss of the Daily Religious School will recite the poem "Night of Freedom." Kiddush will be chanted by Martin Nash and Herbert Kaplan and the traditional four questions will be recited in Hebrew and English by Barbara Turoff, Anita Edelman, Joan Siegel and Bernard Friedman. Also participating in the Seder will be Kenneth Schneider. Mark Portr.er. Larry Lipchinsky. Joey Frydman. Morton Schnall. Marvin Surkin. Regina Bernie. Harriet Levy, Sheldon Maselstein, Joel E. Brown, Mathcw Wilson. Suzanne Feinberg. Leslie Morgenstern, Sandra Levy and Frank Weiss. The traditional Passover songs will be led by Ben Yomen, musical director of the Center. day week, interest should remain high to the bitter end or. April 19. SakowitK Will lleail TEP Alumni Election of officers marked the re-activation of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity's Greater Miami alumni club when the group met at the Raleigh hotel recently. Named president of the alumni group was Theodore Sakowitz. a University of Miami graduate, while William EdcLstein. a University of Florida alumnus, was elected vice president. Other officers include Bracley F. Steinbach, secretary; Milton Lipsitz, treasurer; Jason Berkman, warden: and Stuart Newman, historian. The executive committee is composed of Sol Alexander. Gerald Klein and Dr. Lawrence Feinberg. Hyman Merlin was named chairman of the under-graduate committee while Sol Levine will head the social committee. Tau Epsilon Phi has undergraduate chapters at University of Miami. University of Florida and Florida Southern College in this state. NERVES Nervous Conditions Specially Treated Dr. Springmyer. Physician 79th ST. CLINIC 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph. 78-8407 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, effective now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER, FLA., 2567 \ewsbittf Doris Rosenbaum, 17 year old senior at Miami Beach High School, was announced winner of a preliminary essay contest on the subject "Why Democracy Works." which was conducted by the Elks' Miami Beach Lodge No. 1601. The winning theme win entered in the Elks state elimi* tion on April 15 T h e n r award is scheduled^ Doris is the daughter of E Rosenbaum, 1507 Meridian Ave' and the late Dr. Charles p£ baum. varies Ros en KENHOLZ KOSHER MARKET in Coral Gables for all Greater Miami Residents 26JI2 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Corner Alxneria Avenue) FREE Delivery anywhere in Greater Miami To iniure the desire* of the orthodox community wa have become exclusive distributors of REAL KOSHER DELICATESSEN PRODUCT6 MANUFACTURED IN NEW YORK — ASK FOR 999 ATTENTION! OUR OWN PHONE 48-0346 CAPONS AND TURKEYS FOR PASSOVER Place Your Order NOW! TEMPLE ISAIAH "The Reform Jewish Congregation of Miami Beach" will sponsor A Community Passover Seder (one night only) WEDNESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 13th. 7:00 P.M. conducted by Rabbi David Kaah 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 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 YAAD 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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rmnAV. APRIL 8, 1949 ^J^sllhridiajn RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE FIFTEEN Jewish (Conservative) Ho: F Babb will conduct An IU 'B Community Center 2020 Polk St.. ii.wood. Habbi Max Kaufman. v.niiiK service at 8:15 p.m. f ; ; 3ma, assisted by the the service and choi t V, Oneg Shabbat will follow "" %  ;r,'-,,-> on Friday evening. SatI 11. a.m. Klddush morning services. Sunday Hebrew school Mn/ednesday at 3 nd Bar Mltzvah Pm lu „'!".'.v'i'':i^s^on Thursday at 3 unl;i> aft<--r i V the iii"i me •" af h' !" l %  10:30. Hebrew fifTuertay and We „nV Confirmation and Con .,, \l:.i MSSlOn Minyu* ;;t,; n "s.,-vi.-,daily at 9 a.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friedman. Friday evening sabbath morning i Hagodol, r .|. i: 10 Paaroyar. eoarw In Cantor Milton services at 6 p.m. lervlce at *:3n a.m. the great Sabbath Rabbi Grauer will traditional Halmudlo dishnnor of the occasion. Btu, services at 10 a.m. Saturday 1 ,,| by Bernard W. Klmmel of th* Religions school staff. Mlncha at lirtnmFollowed by Shalos Seudos. HUE Mhool at 10 a.m. Daily reliS cnool tnm ,: i V 6 Pm -_ Da,,y 9 ; m. and 6 p.m. Search L Chometl "ill take place Tuesday evening. April 12. Sly urn Hchorlm— .„ • B translation of the Tilimicl i" honor <>t the first born at •he morning services on the eye of MM passover, Wednesday, April 13, •i ini Passover services, 6:30 p.m., rfay evening, April 13. Cmmunltv Seder. 7:W p.m. Wednesday April 13. Passover services Thursday morning April 14. %  \ % %  B:S0 a.m. Friday ... April 1" llabbl Cruller will ,'.'.. ,k on "fill til "f B Nation." Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St. Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services at 9. Mlncha at .. % %  veil Iv Slialos Seudos. Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct the ...wnth anniversary service of the temple His topic "ill be "And the Tree Flourished and Crew." Newly rii %  • I %  cers and board members ill %  Installed. Aii Oneg Shabbat will lie held after the services. H Tobin, who was chairman of the board from 1S1I until 1948, will he honored* Hostesaen will be headed MM'Charles S Tobln, Mrs. I^eon J. Kander Koran, past i presidents, and Mrs. Louis I, Krensky, incumbent president. AsriMlnit them will l wives of the tempi mders Children's birthday Sunday Bchool at 9:4.1 for I'i tn 15, Hebrew classes 15 for children 1'/, on "Build and He Rebuilt Installs tion of officers, directors and t,„s,,', by Rabbi Lehrman. cantor aoldrlng win chant the service assisted i.v the -Vnter choir under th recti.,n of Hen Yonien. Saturday morning serv"" s .. Ht a m ; Th '' n,l,bl "'" preach on the Weekly Portion ,,f the '„ Bar Mltzvah of Richard Allan, so,, of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M UOH ;._ _, ( ongregatlon at 9:30. Youth breakfast Seder service at 10 a.m. Sunday In the Center patio. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6 30 Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon Preklndergarten school Monday through Friday 9 ami to 12. Adult Institute Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Motes Mescheloff. Friday Regular .111. Center evening services at 1:15 p „i Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah of Cerald. son of Mr and Mrs. Busbaum. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the conflrmand services held for children of Junior element Israel (Reform). 137 St. Rabbi Colman A. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, : ii Temple N.E. 19th Zuitman; Rabbi Emeritus. ev.iilng services at 8:15. Iman A Zwitman will preach I on "The Oreal Sabbath," a pre-Passermnn A congregational reWtion for worshippers, under Slster' >','. will follow the servM : % %  Werthelmer, Sisterhood • Bhmenta chairman. ', morning services at II a.m. rs ,,f the 1949 confirmation pate, en Wednesday the i le will hold Its anlional family Seder. Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way. Miami Beach. Frirliy evening services at 5:45 p.m. .a.jrii.iy !„.,• mug services at 9 a.m. K* at '""' followed b y Shalos e, a e lite Center (General). 3346 S-W. 24th St. 1 es it 7 a.m. Friday night Jl 8 p in. Refreshments will ately following the UlajB rt,ay "'orning services Miami Beach Jewish Commun"V Center (Conservative). 1701 w nington Ave.. Miami Beach. %  MM Irving Lehrman. Cantor J ob Y. Goldring. lib Kf Vp|,ll services at .",:: falL 1 "" 1 ,*? W "'"K services Lehrman win 30 p.m. at 8:15. preach ary school age in the Religious School annex at 10 a.m. under direction of Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush will be served under the direction of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. The traditional dissertation on Passover, "The ShabbOS Hagodol Pilpul" will he deliver,-, 1 by Rabbi Mescheloff at 6 p.m. Mlncha at C followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion or the Week. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. DaJly school from 3:30 to 8:80, A Model Seder will he presented bv the children of the Religious School in tho Community Center Social hall at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood Program is under the direction of Mrs. Elsie Wegman, Philip Fried and Max Bertman. Passover sen-Ices will be held Thursday and Friday morning, at R.-30. Cantor Ixiuls Cheniowitz will chant the ritual service. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Thursday on "The Food of Our Forefathers" and Frldav on "Pood From Israel Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. { Rabbi Ranson will preach the sermon. A reception will follow in the reception hall. The public is Invited to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the reception at 9:30 p.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). 135 N.W. Third Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Ijite Friday evening services at 8:15. This Sabbath Is Shabbos Hagodol and Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "A Paschal Offering." Sabbath services at v:!l> a.m. Students services at 10:80 a in. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. The annual students' Seder will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in the auditorium, Participating will be Warren Green, Marcie FeingoUI, Ilarvej Kasow, Marilyn Kutnick, Edgar Lewis, Reva Shapiro. Bobby Shevln, Irwin Sgjsal and Carol Washer. Bible Class under direction of Abraham Levltan meets daily at 7:30 a.m. for a Mischnlns. Adult discussion group in synagogue every Sunday morning from Hi:l" to 11:15 led by Rabbi Shapiro. The traditional congregation and community Seder will be held at Beth David the first night of Passover, Wednesday, April 13. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will officiate. Services for Passover will be conducted In the synagogue Thursday and Friday mornings at S:30 O'clock, Rabbi Shapiro's theme for discussion will he "Next Year—Free Men." Passover services for students will be held the same mornings at 10:30 a.m for Seder. Reservations call 9-3469. United Jewish Schools, North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class at 10 a.m. with Abraham Ivitan, teacher. An open forum follows. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. services at 8:15. dedication will be will conduct the the sermon on the Best Seller.'' Torah or the b!i! z V he oontlnulty of Jewish learn Coral Gables Jewish (Liberal). ; •' %  M -lames HOMO,, of ,,,.. ,.,,„, '"•""fal Hospital. Cantor Malek will chant the liturgical portion of tl communitv' "T" ,h ^WUon'lS communltj singing. Mrs. Herbert :'"','"ter will blSss the Sabbath Candles. Social hour will follow the •" 2L.tf tto t" •" %  retire at o,^'„ W ? >r6hlpi)cl s aro a *ed to arrive 111 be n.nv V M edtat| ve organ music \ti T,„ lay "' 1 '"""• '" "" Service bj •MI a. iivmg Oerstenfeld Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evning services at 8:15 m Mizv',h y ; l ';'-' iini: Kryice :it >• *& MitzMh of Eugene, son of Mp. and will address the congregation. Rabbi MI. io„ A,,,-, win res id. Mlshna at ih-?i '' %  %  """-' 1 &y Mlncha and Shalos BeudoB, TI,Rabbi will speak on the lor Ion of the W.-ek. Sunday school a( l0 ., ,„ Mod children at In a.in. Sun.lay li,l„,uschool dally from 8:15 to 8:16 p.m. Dally services at 7:80 a.m. and 6:15 \'\"V. pmmunlty Seder Wednesday night at 7:30 Congregation Beth TfUah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 6:15. Saturday morning at S:30 Rabbi RnckOVSky will officiate and speak on the Portion Of the Week. At 4:15 p.m Rabbi Ra.kovskv will deliver the Traditional Shabos Hagodol Halachlc Discourse." Mlncha at 6:16 followed b> Shalos Seudos and a program of Hebrew songs and ziniros. Special pre-Passover service for the first born vlll be conducted Wednesday morn, April 13, at 7:80. Daily services at i and 8 a.m. Class in Mlshna will be addressed by the Rabbi at 7:30 a.m. Services at 6:15 p.m. followed bv a .lass in Jewish laws and customs, Maarlv follows at 6:15. 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 GERTLER TOP SOIL CO Experts in LANDSCAPING Our Specialty—New Construction BITTER BLUE SOD Wholesale Retail PHONE 2-4032 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Whits and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner DR. 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PAGE SIXTEEN -Je*ls*ncrtJto£L Biseavne Track To Open April 12 The Bisoayr.e Kennel Club Starts the second half of its meeting Tuesday r.:ght. There will be 43 nights of the sport—terminating May 31. All other dog track* in the Miami area will have finished their allcted dates wren Biscayna oper.s. Most of' the greyhounds ft I raced at Biscayne during the first half of its meeting will return for this session, having perf;rrr.ed at West Fiagler, Hollyword and Miami Beach during the pas: 65 racing days. The biggest attraction scheduled for Biscavne will be the running of the All F:.-r:da Championship, an even: open to all greyhounds in Florida. This will be run April 23 after a series of elimination tests that will determine the championship field. As a companion piece there will re a Consolation Championship ran the same night Purse for the championship has set al $S IEK whil< t! e Consolation will carry a $1,400 prize. Improvements at the track include the installation of an auxiliary electric plant to ".ike care Dj an> possirle rreakdown in the power Seine TOO seats have been placed on the ramp thus eliminating the necessity for camp chairs and other seating devices. Menasha Skulnick >s Plaza Bill Top! SELTZER WATER IN SIPHONS Delivered to Your Home Call PHONE 2-7283 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 520 West Flagler Street Miamians have their last opportunity this week-end to see Menasha Skulnik, top-ranking Y.d .dian. in a personal appearance at the Plaza Theatre. The inimitable Menasha is contemplating an offer from Lee Shubert to appear in the Ziegfeld Follies which is scheduled for tion at an early date. If Mr. Skulnik accepts a role in the Follies it may be several years before he returns to the Yiddish o The comedian, who will :-final appearance here on Sundav night, formerly was heard in English on the radio and in vaudeville but is famed for his Yiddish comedy antics. Acclaimed by top New York critics as "The Yiddish Chaplin," Miami theatregoers should not pass up this c'-ance to see the comedian of Harry Hershfield says ". the Male Beatrice Lillie can bowl vou over with a gesture." The Plaza will present a special holiday program from April 14 thr ugh April 21 featuring a stage presentation "Live and Laugh." with Betty Siminoff, Max Wilner and Leon Schachter. On the screen Arline MacMahon and M. Ciift will be seen in "The Search." FRIDAY, A PPJL Menasha Skulnik Alliance Third Seder The Greater Miami Farbar.d Branches of the Jewish National Workers Alliance will hold their traditional third Seder on Saturday night. April 16, at the Miami Beach Y. A special program is being arranged. For reservations call 5-0160 or 9-3998. TtjGUST BROS Ry t ** is tHe BEST' INVESTMENT ADVISER Discretionary Accounts Handled Onlv Stocks and Bonds listed in the'New York Stock Exchange. Original Investment Guaranteed Against Market Loss— (Suretv Company Policy). NATHAN ABRAHAM P O. Box 1922 Miami 11, Fla. 96otd Book Review Slated •Unknown Soldier's Answer," a book of poetry by Jay Roderick de Spain, will he reviewed by Mr de Spain tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Hanva Shubov. noted elocutionist, will render some tales from the great humorist, Sholom Aleichem. Mrs. A. Nelson and Mrs. B. Mack will recite some of their poems. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. chairman of the Spinoza Forum will preside. r /< A FULL BLOCK ON THE OCEAN FROM 38th TO 39th SEDER SERVICES WILL BE CELEBRATED Wed., APRIL 13th—Thurs.. APRIL 14th AND CONDUCTED BY ltabbi Irving X. Ilaali FOR RESERVATIONS CALL "Norman" Mcritre 'd PHONE 5-0741 TO OUR FRIENDS. PATRONS and ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER BLEICHERS KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 50S-7 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone $-6603 Under Supervision of GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director VARIETY SHOW SUN. EVE., APRIL 10 8 P.M. MIAMI Y.M.&Y.W.H.A. Guarantees The Personal Appearance of • LEO ACKERMAN • ABE ARONOVITZ • ALBERT COOK • BERNICE DUBLER • MILTON A. FRIEDMAN • MAURICE GROSSMAN • DOROTHY KAPLAN • LEON KAPLAN • DAVID LEMELMAN • DOROTHY LEMELMAN • ED LEVINE • FRIEDA LEVINE • STANLEY C. MYERS • RUTH NURENBERG • DAVID RABINOWITZ • LEO SHEINER • HARRY SIEGAL • BEN SINGER SANFORD SWERDLIN • JEWEL UNGER • EUGENE J. WEISS • SHERBURT WEISS • JULIUS WILSON • And Many Others Don't Miss VARIETY SHOW At tho V 450 S. W. 16th AVE. SUBWAY 8 P.M. APRIL 10th Tickets $1.80 Tax Included DR. LAWRENCE FEINBERG ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT 1442 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLA. Ph. 9-4460 FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE (Evenings By Appointment) 1)0& 1M %  no *s** C !flP* Of ?A ^..: #<** $&&> D l ^ & as**' Manischewitz Wines AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING KOSHER WINE "Taste the Different? Concord Grape — Sweet GrapeMalaga — Sauterne From the State of Israel: Mizrach Carmel Sli yovitz—Port—Tokay—Six Year Old Brand? Mt. Scopus Slivovitz and W ishniak FAMOUS ZWACK SLIVOVITZ OUB POLICY: d Weinkles Will Never Be Knowingly Undent — FREE DELIVERY 5-STORES TO SERVE YOU — 5 MIAMI MIAMI CORAL GABLES 8M NW l?lh BEACH ??HPonce IJJJ Biscavne \ it wA dc icon *" HviJ 23M Si ftltor. Road BM r ?? II Ponce 108 Ponce de Leon Brvd



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PAGE EIGHTEEN -Jemist fkrtJ&r FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1949 Temple Isaiah 24 Apply For Compe To Sponsor Seder -; -: i: tr.r.f _;;... -"• ;"" S~i;r % %  • • ~ -H;e. r*:att -^%  Wednesday April 13 and Ttursy c A::.. .4 -* 7 J ~ %  ; %  : -. :Betrj H al a rs Hatner Opens WIN s 50 USTEN TO WWPB 9:30 AM. FOR RULES T-IVAME-IT-SERVICE CONTEST 4r ALL FLAT IRONED $1 r. PEPSCCLA BCTTTING CC. Ii. N L ~ Str*-e M^aau Florida Beach Center Students Plant 231 Trees In Israel Beec; :.::. %  SMtSO MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Z-ri.it A r-_l-tru*i IT.: Pin— %  !< Mode KBd MJ E".-t 5-:-= Sel aad FLU c< A=T Kiai Phaa* 4Cii£ l-:: S. W. 21s? Terrace EDDIE ALPER KOSHER PASSOVER MILK LIGHT & HEAVY CREAM SOUR CREAM Supervised aad Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI YAAD HAKASHRUTH cs s:-4rs We C*rrr a Ful Liae si Strict: T rreei KCRTMERN LAC FISH TTLLCW PITE • WHTTE F3H BTJTALC AND CAR? Um AS.a-zr— PM WT CH-ND TOUR F3H FPXI 1€? H. W. S-OOnndttee, r nf the Census ou-wu man hirh is part of the Greater ^Jewish^Federation's cornlowing ten cities (listed in order of the number of persons claiming them as their former places of residence): New York City Chicago, 337; Philadelphia, 283; Detroit, 151; Pittsburgh, 147; Cleveland, 146; Boston, 144Newark, 123; Baltimore, 120; hood that in the next few years Miami may have the majority of Jewish inhabitants." The average size of the local Jewish family was less than three persons, which is considerably lower than that of the general population of the area and lower directory. Jews were integated in every phase of economy of Greater Miami, although, as might be expected the majority was in the white collar jobs with a large professional group and a great number associated with the hotel and real estate divisions. YEARS IN DADE COUNTY (Heads of Families) South Beach to Lincoln Lincoln to 41st St 41st St. to Surfside IslandS Total Total Percentage Northeast Section Northwest Section Southeast and Southwest GablCS CtC Total Total Percentage TOTAL GREATER MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 1 yr. 1-2 3-5 6-10 11-20 148 629 1283 1090 794 20 110 165 167 137 104 293 399 291 247 4 24 47 08 49 276 1056 1894 1616 1227 4.0 16.3 29.3 25.0 MIAMI 18.9 lyr. 1-2 3-5 6-10 11-20 18 80 95 106 146 113 538 359 331 246 207 573 534 623 534 41 114 68 57 64 379 1305 1056 1117 990 6.8 23.4 18.9 20.0 17.8 21-40 182 59 135 26 402 6.2 21-40 110 239 335 28 712 12.8 Over 40 2 2 4 0.06 Over 40 4 4 8 16 0.2 1 yr. •655 5.4 1-2 2361 19.6 3-5 2950 24.5 6-10 2733 22.7 11-20 2217 18.4 21-40 Over 40 1114 20 9.2 0.2 iribution by Age chart accompanying the article on the population survey in the March 25 edition of The Jewish Floridian, the number of individuals 6574 in Miami Beach should have read 1145 and 6.2 per cent, in Miami 665 and 4.0 per cent. making a total of 1810 and 5.2 per cent. In the Location of Jewish Population chart for Miami Beach in the same issue, the percentage of people residing from Lincoln Road to 41st St. should have read 10.9. Washington, D. C, 81. Other cities which rank high on the list of places from which Miamians hail are Atlanta, Cincinnati, New Haven, Providence, St. Louis, Atlantic City, Jacksonville and Paterson. Among the foreign countries which Miamians formerly called home are Russia, with a total of 25 ex-patriates reporting; Canada with 22; Germany with 17; Austria, 13; Cuba, 11; Poland, 7, Roumania, 5; China, 4; England, 4; France, 4; Bahamas, 1; Czethan that of Jewish families in other communities. About half of the Jewish people of Greater Miami were 35 years of age or over. Compared to other communities, Miami has a preponderance of people in the middle age group but a smaller percentage in the old age and youth groups. Very few of the adult inhabitants were bom here and 50 per cent have lived here less than five years, a significant factor in considering the stability of the Jewish community. RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE (Heads of Families) MIAMI BEACH Orthodox Conservative Reform Other Non Pref. South Beach to Lincoln 1380 1734 729 51 676 Lincoln to 41st St. 102 266 214 20 165 41st St. to Surfside 186 583 545 120 191 Islands 24 79 128 56 13 Total 1692 2662 1616 247 1045 Total Percentage 23.3 36.7 22.2 3.4 14.4 Includes Liberal MIAMI Orthodox Conservative Reform Other No Pref. Northeast Section 57 126 305 9 97 Northwest Section 513 806 398 4 190 245 Southeast and Southwest 811 1142 739 18 Gables, etc. 53 122 175 %  7 28 Total 1434 2196 1617 38 560 Total Percentage 24.5 37.6 27.7 0.6 9.6 3126 4858 3233 285 1605 TOTAL GREATER MIAMI 23.8 37.1 24.7 2.2 12.2 Although Miami's Jewish population got off to an earry start —with 20 individuals reporting that they had resided here over 40 years—only 38 adults or .1 per cent stated that they were born in this county. The remainder of the Jewish population has emigrated from 40 states and 18 foreign countries. P u i'ing the course of the survey 6093 heads of families reported their previous places of residence. Of this group 3053 or 50 per cent of the total, gave New York City ?s their former home. 4585, or (5 per cent, came from the folSUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALSSCENCI AND CHRONIC CASES wfTt PO f OI U t Its W SO? COURT MIA lrl "'Pi OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road jgJJLMa Phone 5-54H choslovakia, 1; Italy, 1; Mexico, 1; Panama, 1; Soutn Atrica, 1; South America, 1; Switzerland, 1. According to the survey, what then was the Greater Miami Jewish community of about a year ago? There were about 35,000 (now estimated to be about 40,000), almost evenly divided between men and women. The majority of the Jewish people resided on Miami Beach. About half of the population of Miami Beach is Jewish. "The percentage of Jews living on the Beach is decreasing, however," the survey reveals, "and there is the likeliAbout a third of the Jewish community attended or graduated from college, a very high ratio in comparison with the general population. Somewhat over 15 per cent were home-owners. More than a third of the people professed to be Conservative in their religious preference, about 25 per cent considered themselves Reform and slightly less were Orthodox. A substantial number, over 12 per cent, stated they had no preference. The occupational distribution ran the gamut of the classified RASKAS DAIRY CO. PASSOVER PRODUCTS As thru the years, we are once more offering the Jews of Florida, our highquality KOSHER-FOR-PASSOVER daily products. Under strict religious supervision. No condensed milk, powdered milk, or chemicals of any sort are ever used in the manufacture of our d< ry products. Llfa Insurance Eatataa Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blecayna Bldg. Ph. S-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone ma for yeur LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS LISTEN TO THE Jewish Musical Hour VVBAY—1490 on Your Dial Every Friday from 11 A.M. to 12 Noon Every Sunday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. A PROGRAM OF POPULAR, CLASSICAL AND LITURGICAL MUSIC JACOB SCHACHTER Director KEFUSf I SUdST/rUTES! i 'DAIRK K\ R K s N n Aa>] HEALTH EGGS RECOMMENDED for invalids, babies and special diet cases A BESTBUTTER SWEET, SALTWWHIPPED Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the if 1 A iiMai3ai.ii 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic t r Leonard A. Levfaie. Prei. Irving Blasberg, Treai. With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff it ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service |1*MJ S-S144 Ttumeiial Cfajui |g50 ALTON ROAD • 1 • 1512 N. Broad Street Philadelphia MIAMI BEACH A. L. SIMPSON Funeral Director Our dairy products are manufactured in our own plant, from rich wholesome milk coming directly from the farms. HI-GRADE FOOD CO. (PHONE 2-7570) is our package-distributor for Greater Miami and Miami Beach. • Yours for a JOYOUS and KOSHER PASSOVER! 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Miami, Fla
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April 8, 1949

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1949
PRICE TEN CENTS
CJA APPEAL CONTINUES
MIAMI WILL GREET ISRAELI TRAIN
Workers Report
S8(J5.n5i Pled***
Wlth only three days left be-
fore the 1949 Combined Jewish
Seal conies to its formal clos-
JrSic Greater Miami Jewish
Community is still a long way
?Z its Sl.a31.737 quota Cam-
paign workers at the last report
&fast meeting in Manning s
Restaurant Sunday morning push-
ed the total to the $865,954 mark.
Four members of the newly-
formed -Forty-Niners," a group
0f 49 campaigners who have -
oledged themselves to devote a
minimum of 49 hours to solicita-
tion efforts and bring in a mini-
mum of $4,90U each in new gifts,
were honored with the presenta-
tion to each of them by Abraham
Goodman, chairman of the special
gifts unit, of a "campaign pick-
axe." The quartet honored were
Jack Ablin, chairman of the win-
ter residents unit; Dr. Stanley
Frehling, chairman of the physi-
cians division; Aaron Kanner, co-
chairman of the lawyers division
and Joseph Gardner, member of
the executive committee of the
hotel unit.
Herbert Kaplan, 13, a student
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Religious School, and a vice
chairman of the youth unit, was
named an honorary member of
the Forty-Niners when he re-
ported thai youth unit was with-
in 30% of its quota, leading every
other campaign unit.
To match the efforts of the
Forty-Niners, George Chertkoff,
chairman of the metropolitan
unit, annoui < ed the formation of
the "Metropolitan Forty-Niners,"
a group of volunteers working in
the housc-tn-house segment of the
campaign who have also pledged
themselves to devote a minimum
of 49 hour.- to the campaign and
bring in a minimum of $490 each
in new contributions.
Reporting for the trades unit,
Dr. Frehling announced gifts of
$19,642 for a total of $364,452. For
the hotel unit, Gardner an-
nounced new gifts of $29,380
bringing the present hotel figure
to $213,360. Jack Ablin, reporting
for winter residents, brought in
$5,540 for a total of $162,045. Mrs. i
Miriam Si:!.in. chairman of the
women's unit, announced new
contributions of $5,800 for a pres-
ent figure of $79,648. Reporting
for the metropolitan unit, Sam
silver, co-chairman of Miami and
Harold Z:nn. co-chairman for Mi-
ami Beach, announced new gifts
totalling $5,800 for a present rec-
ord of $7!l,648. The young adult
"nit. through its chairman, Irving
t-ypen, reported $433 for a present
total of S2.378 and the youth
"nit, Herbert Kaplan reporting,
brought in $553 for a present
''gure of S1.753. In all, $74,566
was announced as new gifts at
owjaay's meeting.
Mrs. Sirkin announced that the
,',men's unit is planning two
additional functions in the near
,uturc. a special gifts tea at the
"rossingcT-Pancoast Hotel and a
garnt.n party at the home of Mrs.
nf .u Goodman, co-chairman
oi the women's unit.
,., ai'ning that this program may
'a|l and that its failure "may
Prove catastrophic,'' Dr. Manfred
rie. m pro-Hitler days a mem-
IH "f the Austrian State Su-
Prerno Court, who is touring the
country in behalf of the United
^wish Appeal, said the import-
ance of the campaign in Greater
iami is "heightened by the fact
nat this is the first campaign
'aunched this year by any major
community and therefore a fail-
ure here will adversely affect
launchedTPaign8 8n t0 **
CJA Caravan Of Hope Visits Here
Talks With Syria
Open This Week
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel will
enter the last phase of armistice
negotiations this week with the
Arab states which invaded Pal-
estine on May 15, last, when her
representatives meet with Syrian
delegates in the border town of
Tenet, between Rosh Pinah and
Mishmar Hayardn.
Pacts have already been signed
with the other three states-
Egypt, Lebanon and Transjordan
which made up the Arab Lea-
gue's invasion force. Yemen and
Saudi Arabia never had troops in
the invasion.
Maj. Eban Hopes For
Peace Negotiations
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) Is-
raeli delegate to the United Na-
tions Aubrey S. Eban, comment-
ing on the Israeli-Transjordan
agreement, said here this week
that "the government of Israel
hopes that the armistice agree-
ments will be followed swiftly by
peace negotiations, looking to the
settlement of all political ques-
tions still outstanding between
Israel and its Arab neighbors.
His statement has issued on the
eve of the opening of the U.N.
General Assembly here. ___
Welcome Set For
Sunday At 3 P.M.
The Greater Miami Jewish
community will welcome the
United Jewish Appeal's "Caravan
of Hope," a special railroad car
containing exhibits of the v/ork
of UJA, at a reception Sunday
afternoon from 3:30 to 5 at Pier
3, foot of N.E. 9th St., off Bis-
cayne Blvd.
Jacob Sher, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
I tion, will extend the greetings on
behalf of the Jewish communi-
ty, and Paul B. Edwards, former
chief of operations of the Inter-
national Refugee Organization in
the U. S. Zone in Germany who
is aboard the train will give the
principal address. |
Also aboard the train, which is
specially painted in the blue and
white colors of Israel, will be Col.
Miriam Sambursky, head of the
Women's Home Guard in Jeru-
salem; Col. William Schweitzer,
communal leader of Elizabeth, N.
J.; Marks Keeve, communal lead-
er of Richmond, Va.; Lt Nissan
Leviathan, commander of the S. S.
Pan York, which brought more
than 4,000 immigrants from East-
ern Europe to Palestine in 1947.
As part of the reception pro-
gram for these visitors, every
campaign unit will submit its
final report. William D. Singer,
campaign chairman, urges all
workers to cover all pledge cards
before the Sunday afternoon
gathering. The report meeting
originally scheduled for Sunday
morning at Manning's has been
cancelled.
Dramatizing its nationwide ap-
peal for $250,000,000 to make
1949 the year of "The Greatest
Homecoming in History," the
United Jewish Appeal has sent
out seven sections of the train
along varied routes throughout
the country to bring to the people
of America the living story of
the birth of the world's youngest
democracy.
The seven-section "Caravan of
Hope" has been routed as follows:
New Haven, Conn., Portland, Me.,
(by way of Hartford, Springfield,
Portsmouth, New Hampshire and
way points); New York-St. Louis
(by way of Philadelphia, Balti-
more, Columbus, Indianapolis,
and other stops); Boston-Chicago
(by way of Albany. Syracuse.
Cleveland, Detroit and more than
a dozen additional cities); Wash-
ington-Norfolk (through Char-
lotte, Atlanta, Miami, Richmond,
etc.); Peoria-Kansas City (through
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth,
Omaha and other Midwestern
communities); ChattanoogaNew
Orleans (swinging through Cin-
cinnati, Louisville, Nashville,
Birmingham and intermediate
stops); and San Francisco-Mem-
phis (by way of Los Angeles, El
Paso, San Antonio, Little Rock,
and other stop-overs in Cali-
fornia, Arizona and Texas).
The Israeli soldiers will bring
greetings from their comrades to
American veterans, beside whom
many of them fought as members
of the Jewish Brigade in North
Africa and Italy. They will be re-
ceived by the mayors and gov-
ernors of the cities and states
through which the Caravans pass.
bined Jewish Appeal, held at JJ"S?JJ5E3 "Forty-Niner."
.re the first four memberi>oftJ TJSLZS of 49 hours a. cam-
SH^&&ttl^^ "900 ^ --
iributions.
Israel, Transjordan
Sign Armistice Pact
RHODES, (JTA)The Trans-
jordan-Israeli armistice pact was
signed here this week after one
month of extended negotiations.
In general, it accepts the military
status quo in Palestine, except
for several variations in the Ne-
gev and "triangle" areas.
The pact, which is not subject
to ratification and comes into ef-
fect immediately, recognizes
Transjordan's right to take over
control of the "triangle" area
Jenin-Tulkarm-Nablus. In this
this area, the implementation of
the provisions of the pact dealing
with the replacement of Iraqi
troops by Transjordanians, the
I withdrawal to the agreed-upon
lines and the reduction of forces
may take as long as 15 weeks. In
general, however, the pact calls
for an adjustment of forces within
ten days.
The Israelis gain control of the
Haifa-Tel Aviv rail lines, except
for one point in Tulkarm. In re-
turn, they agree to pay the cost
of paving 20 kilometers of first
class road in Transpordan-held
areas. The Jews will also pick up
a number of Arab villages in the
Dead Sea and Negev areas and
will again have control of the
potash works in the southern tip
of the Dead Sea. The Arab Le-
gion remains in control of Latrun.
The present positions in Jeru-
salem remain unaltered, with the
Latrun road still in Arab hands.
In the north, the front line com-
mences in the Beisan area, runs
westward giving the Gilboa hills
to Israel. Then it turns south, run-
ning east of the railway line to
Tulkarm, giving the Gedera-
Afuleh road to Israel. From Tul-
karm the line follows the eastern
edge of the railway line to Qal-
qiliya, which remains Arab, and
turns eastward to Budrusnine
miles north of Latrunthereafter
following the November 30 arm-
istice line to a point south of
Jerusalem.
South of Jerusalem the line
continues east from Beit Jibrin
and south from Hebron to the
Dead Sea at En Geddi. The line
then joins the international
frontier in the center of the Dead
Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba.
Pact Will Facilitate
Israeli Entry Into UN,
Official Predicts
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The Israeli-
Transjordan agreement will faci-
litate the Jewish state's accept-
ance by the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly which begins
meeting at Lake Success this
week, Walter Eytan, Foreign Min-
istry director-general, told a press
conference here.
Eytan voiced the belief that
"there is little doubt that the out-
standing problems in Jerusalem,
such as access o the Holy Places,
passage through Latrun and ac-
cess to Mt. Scopus, will be solved
very soon on a give-and-take basis
by a special joint Transjordan-
Israeli commission to be set up
for this purpose."
DEADLINE
Because The Jewish Floridian offices will be closed on
Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15, in observance of
Passover, all pictures for publication next week must be
submitted by noon today. All news releases must be in the
office by noon Monday.


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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Wanted A Revised Sedar
HOUSTON, TexasMany peo-
ple do not realize that Passover
is the Jewish 4th of July. Those
who go to synagogue at all know
that in the prayer book the Feast
of Matzos is designated as the
Time of our Freedom. It is the
oldest of celebrations dedicated
to liberty. No other western
people have a holiday that has
been observed without interrup-
tion for more than 3000 years. It
would be fitting for all Christians
and Mohammedans to celebrate
this day of liberation. Without
Passover their religions wquld be
non-existent.
The Sedar
There is no feast quite like the
Sedar in any other religion. The
Christmas dinner is joyous but
lacks spiritual content. The Feast
on Passover eve is filled with
symbolism; bitter herbs reminis-
cent of Egyptian slavery; brown
colored Harosheth suggestive of
lime and mortar used possibly
in building some of the pyramids;
the small meat bone, a mute re-
minder of the Pascal Lamb eaten
in the days of ancient glory.
In the olden times, the Pascal
Lamb monopolized the opening
feast night of the holiday. But
after the Romans destroyed the
Temple, this rite, devised by and
probably useful to priestcraft, was
abandoned. Thereafter minute re-
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every phase of life. The Jewish
people could only be saved from
disintegration by bolstering up
faith, hope, and courage with
religious ceremonials. The Pascal
feast was thus transformed into
a prayer supper with an elaborate
ritual.
The Hagadah
The Sedar commencing with a
blessing over the wine goblet if
followed by a brief invitation
from the house holder for every-
one to partake of the bread of
affliction. The youngest child
poses four questions, which give
a good opening to tell the great-
est saga in the possession of man-
kind. The adults reply tersely
that they had been slaves in
Egypt and would still be in bond-
age had the Diety not redeemed
them. Historic narration now
gives way to Talmudic dialectics.
Biblical quotations are pedanti-
cally cited in support of state-
ments clear enough on the sur-
face. This system devised by
Akiba was to shape the course of
Judaism for more than a mil-
lenium. His premise was that
everything in the world is im-
bedded in the Torah. Ingenuity
could uncover all the secrets that
are buried in the obscurity of
Holy Writ. Thus the framers of
the Hagadah were not content to
let the Egyptians suffer only 10
plagues as related in the book
Exodus. Bv stretching and strain-
ing words and phrases they
proved that the Egyptians actual-
ly sustained 50 plagues on land
and 250 on sea.
When the mental gymnastics
are over, the lengthy Sedar con-
tinues leisurely with Hallel, a
choice selection of psalms, which
are however recited on most holi-
days and on all New Moon days.
Then with a naive disregard for
the trite and hackneyed, prayers
are hauled out of the daily and
Sabbath service and thrown into
the Hagadah for full measure.
The long recital finally closes
with jingles on the House thai
Jack built pattern. Obviously in-
tended to delight the children,
these Mother Goose rhymes have
also become sanctified with hoary
age.
The Changed Attitude
If the crack up of the Judean
state could banish the Biblical
Pascal Lamb then the rebirth of
Medinas Israel should bring about
a change in the Sedar. A long
black epoch is closed. The new
era finds a people liberated from
excessive piety, from supersti-
tious fervor, from the intermin-
able petty injunctions imposed
by a tyrannical Shulchan Aruch.
Yet there remains a reverance
for the past and a veneration for
the truly great in Jewish history.
The Sedar still has a strong pull
even for the skeptical, who may
scoff outwardly at the Talmudic
chop logic yet secretly thrill with
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a sense of belonging that the
ritual induces.
Greatest of Epics
But why should an institution
so hallowed as the Sedar be sus-
ceptible to jeering at all. Excess
baggage can easily be dumped
overboard. Why not go back to
the origins? The purpose of Pass-
over was to keep ever green an
experience that seldom happens
twice in a people's history. Why
the redundant prayers, the Tal-
mudic Mumbo-Jumbo. when we
have an epic to relatethe might-
iest in poetic grandeur ever con-
ceived bv any people. The in-
tensely moving story of Joseph:
the Patriarchal family evolving
into a nation: the ab.indorcd
child in the bulrushes; the shep-
herd on Horab meditating on
eternity under a cloudless, starry
skv a voice out of the burning
bush "Tell the Children of Israel
I am that I am hath sent I i
Pharoah's Egypt chastized with
ten plagues: the Israelites on the
march following a cloud by day
and a pillar of fire by night arc
trapped between the sea and the
pursuing enemv: the splitting of
the Red Sea with the waters
standing as walls on their right
and on their left; with the
Pharoah's host drowned "Israel
saw the great might the Lord
did unto Egypt, and they feared
the Lord and believed; the out-
burst in triumphant psalmody;
the sublime" conversations be-
tween Moses and the Diety;
standing at the foot of smoking
Sinai, the Children of Israel
heard amidst lightning and thun-
der the Ten Commands issue out
of the flaming mount.
Is there anything to compare
with the sublimity of this
panorama in the Illiad? the
Odyssy? the Aenead? the Gos-
pels? the Koran? the Upanishads?
the Zend-Avesta? Then why
shouldn't it be told at the Sedar?
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Norman Lyons Speaks
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"Miami Frontiers" at a recent
dinner meeting of the West Mi-
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The speaker was introduced by-
Frank B. Tippins. Jr., a member
of the organization's board of di-
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Hadassah Unit To
Meet Monday
Anril Shower for Hadassah
cmDlies" will be the keynote of
fhenext meeting of the Miami
nwup of Hadassah to be held on
Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the M>-
amMrs.' David Hess, Hadassah
cuDDlies chairman, urges that all
Shers attend this meeting and
Kinv item of clothing for-the
men women and children of Is
rad linen of all sorts, and par-
ticuiarlv. layette items. Only new
articles Will be accepted.
HieHinMing the program, will
h, the showing of the prize
warded Mrs. Hess for obtaining
the largest number of new mem-
bers in the recent membership
drive a portrait of herself paint-
ed bv Zena Posever, well-known
artist and sculptoress, who will
eiVe a brief talk on "Art And
Living" Miss Posever, who has
made studies of Mexican Life on
a fellowship from Pennsylvania
Academv of Fine Arts, has had
her work exhibited at Philadel-
phia's Kaiien Gallery. American
Contemporary Art Gallery, N. Y.:
Springfield Museum. Mass.; Penn.
Academv of Fine Arts.
Two motion pictures will bo
presented, "Assignment in Tel
Aviv" and "The Future Can Be
Theirs." Also on the program
will be the singing of nursery
rhvmcs in Hebrew bv the pre-
.school class of the Y nursery. The
class of thirteen children is under
the direction of Ruth Freedman.
who lived in Palestine thirteen
years and is a graduate of the
Teacher's College. Miss Freedman
was an exchange teacher to
Johannesburg. Africa.
Those who are unable to at-
terd this meeting may bring
their supplies to the home of Mrs.
Hess. 2190 S.W. 10th St., during
the month of April.
Temple Sisterhood Holds
Luncheon. Bridge Party
A bridge party and dessert
luncheon was held Tuesday after-
noon in the patio of Temple Beth
Sholom by the PTA of the Re-
ligious School, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Alfred M.
Mamlet, president.
Mrs. Aaron Farr was chairman
of the affair. Proceeds went to
the temple library, which is one
of the chief projects of the or-
ganization.
B'nai B'rith Women To
Honor Mrs. S. Goldstrom
. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, pioneer
I resident of Miami Beac^i, and a
member of the B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Organization for many years,
will be honored at a special pro-
gram sponsored by the Sholem
Lodge Women's Chapter of B'r.ai
B'rith Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the
new Burdine's auditorium, fourth
floor.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, out-going
president, will preside and a mus-
ical program featuring solo num-
bers by Miss Irene Patti will be
offered. Miss Patti will be ac-
companied by Joseph Valicenti.
senior piano scholarship studei I
at the University of Miami. Miss
Patti recently made her Miami
debut with the Opera Guild in a
performance of "Martha."
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A JC Will Hold
Luncheon Today
The American Jewish Congress
divisional membership reward
luncheon for the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach chapters will be held
at the Shelborne hotel today at
12:30 p.m.
Swimming and man jong will
be features of the affair, which
is open to all members bringing
in five or more new members.
.Mrs. Jerome Kimball will be
Lady of the Day and will be pre-
sented with a gift and an orchid.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, division-
al membership chairman, will be
hostess. Assisting her will be
Mrs. Herbert Greenberg and Mrs.
David Rabinowitz, membership
chaiimen for Miami and Miami
i Beach.
Eugene Eisman To
Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisman,
1171 SW. 16th Ave., announce
that their son, Eugene, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
morning at 9:30 at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah, who attends
Shenandoah Junior High School,
will address the congregation and
Rabbi Simon April will respond.
A reception will follow the
ceremonies. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.
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Simbergs Return
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Simberg,
3400 S.W. 5th St., recently re-
turned from a two weeks' stay in
Texas, where they attended a
convention of the American Insti-
tute of Architects.
Among the parties which they
attended were events held in
Glen McCarthy's new Shamrock
Hotel which opened during the
week of the conclave.
On their way home from Hous-
ton, the Simbergs stopped for a
few days in Birmingham. Ala.,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Smith. Mr. Smith is
Mrs. Simberg's nephew.
Jewish Center
Lists Officers
New officers of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Commun-
ity Center were announced last
week.
They arc Harold Kneapler,
president; Harold Lyons, first vice
president; Harold Lebow, second
vice president; Max Gold-
stein, treasurer; Bernard Simon,
financial secretary; Sony a
Schwartz, recording secretary.
Premiere Of Film Will
Highlight Meeting
First showing of the docu-
mentary color film "Doorway to
Hope," describing the work of the
Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot
Springs. Ark., will be the high-
light of the program sponsored
by the Emma Lazarus Chapter
Business and Professional Women
of B'nai B'rith, Monday at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Y.
Miss Ethel Pont, president, has
invited all young adult groups
of B'nai B'rith to be their guests
at this initial preview of the
movie taken behind the scenes
at this B'nai B'rith supported
hospital which is devoted to the
treatment of arthritic sufferers.
Miss Edih Simmons is program
chairman.
Newsbrief
The race for scats on the Mi-
ami Beach Council is underway
with the "qualifying" beginning
today and continuing through
May 18. More than twenty candi-
dates are expected to appear on
the ballot, when the elections are
held on June 7.
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EDITORIAL
The Year Of Uomecoming
The Bible tells how our ancestors ate un-
leavened bread during their years of wandering
in the desert. Each year, as we sit at the Seder
table, we remember their suffering and their de-
privation. We seek to share, if only symbolically,
in the experiences of the Jewish people more than
three thousand years ago.
Today, modern counterparts of those who left
Egypt are on their way again to the Promised
Land. From the DP camps, from Eastern Europe,
from North Africa, they are streaming to Israel
arriving now at the rate of more than 25,000 a
month.
What a miracle we have witnessed in our life-
time! At this Passover time a year ago there was
no Jewish State. British immigration quotas were
in full effect in Palestine. Almost all the refugees
who arrived in the Jewish homeland came under
cover of night or fog in "illegal" ships. Thousands
were turned back from the very shores of their
objective, to languish for months in Cyprus, or to
return all the way to the lands whence they came.
The picture today is a different one. Free im-
migration to Israel is a reality; a minimum of
250,000 refugees will enter this year. The miser-
able camps on Cyprus have been emptied. Before
the end of 1949, all the Jewish DP camps of
Europe will have been closed, and will stand
merely as reminders of the shame of a "civilized"
world that permitted hundreds of thousands of
Jews to be prisoners for years after their "libera-
tion."
it would be heartening to say that all the prob-
lems of the Jews of Europe and Israel have been
solved. But many serious and pressing difficulties
remain. Above all, the vast immigration to Israel
threatens to overwhelm that small country. The
800.000 Jews of Israel cannot provide for the
hundreds of thousands who will join them during
1949.
At this moment, more than 40,000 newcomers
are living in reception centers in Israel under
intolerable conditions. Eight, ten, and twelve
people, including women and children, live in
open tents, subject to all sorts of weather condi-
tions. Money to provide them with proper food *
and clothing is fast running out.
Israel expects us to help in this superhuman
task they have undertaken. They do not want to
close their gates. They want every Jew who seeks
a home in Israel to find it there. They count on
American assistance, through the 5250,000,000
United Jewish Appeal, to provide the financial
support necessary so that newcomers to Israel
may live as free and self-respecting citizens and
not under the same conditions that they knew for
so many years in the DP camps.
Money raised through the UJA serves a host of
needs throughout the world. In addition to aiding
immigrants to Israel and providing for the de-
velopment and construction of the country, UJA
funds help in the rehabilitation of Jewish com-
munities in all parts of Europe. They offer relief,
and emigration assistance to the impoverished
and oppressed Jews of North Africa. They pro-
vide care and guidance for Jewish refugees ar-
riving in America.
At the Seder table this year, we can participate
in more than a symbolic way in the sufferings and
Pa**overPa*t And Prenent
The Passover Hagadah instructs us that we
are to always think mat it was not our ancestors
but we ourselves whom the Lord delivered from
Egypt.
These words seem particularly appropriate to-
day, for we have witnessed an event like that
in which our ancestors participated.
Our own times have seen the most terrible of
all oppressions of the Jews and, when darkness
doom seemed all around, we witnessed the grand-
est of all phenomenathe rebirth of a nation,
We have witnessed miracles in connection with
this rebirth which truly match the marvels of
Scripture. Had we not seen them with our own
eyes, as it were, we would not believe them.
When did one small nation fight single handed
against almost a whole world and triumph, as
did the people of Israel in these very days? Israel
has scored triumphs not only aqainst Egypt as in
the days of yore but against a host of Arab
powers, against those powers when they were
supported by the imperial might of Britain.
If Passover ever seemed a thing of remoteness,
of archaeology and ancient history, today the
story of the Exodus related in the Bible seems
as near as the news report in the morning news-
paper!
problems of our fellow Jews. We can rededicate
ourselves to their salvation and deliverance. We
can determine anew that our prompt and gen-
erous gifts to our local Combined Jewish Appeal
will make 1949 truly a "Year of Homecoming"
for the Jewish people.
ADL Exhibits
Audio-Visual Aids
An exhibit of audio-visual aids
(or building eood citizenship and
intergroup understanding is be-
ing shown at five Dade County
schools this week by the Florida
Regional office, Anti-Defamation
League in connection with the
sectional meetings of the Dade
County Audio-Visual Association.
The" exhibit displays the sound
films, transcriptions, records, film
strips, and songbooks available in
the Florida ADL audio-visual li-
brary for the utilization by
schools and other agencies in pro-
grams for combatting discrimina-
tion and advancing good human
relations.
Included among the local
schools at which the exhibit is
being shown are: Ponce de Leon
High School Miami High, Miami
Jackson. Miami Edison and
Booker T. Washington.
Beach Masada To Hold
Annual Spring Dance
The Miami Beach Masada will
sponsor its annual spring dance
tomorrow night at 9 o'clock in
the Firefly Patio of the Ritz Plaza
Hotel, 17th and Collins, Miami
Beach.
The Melodairs will furnish
music for dancing and an inter-
mission program has been plan-
ned. Prizes will be awarded.
Contributions are one dollar
and proceeds will go toward
Masada's Israeli and local pro-
jects.
The fund-raising chairman,
which is in charge of the dance,
is headed by Irving Liebson, who
is assisted by Dave Goodwin,
newspaper publicity; Lola Pava-
low, announcements and tickets;
Sam and Murray Levin, posters
and publicity; Bernice Dogoloff.
correspondent; Ruth Rogers,
Adele Zaker, Arline Ellis and
Gloria Paul, tickets and hostesses.
Mrs. Grossman
Named To Regional
Hadassah Post
The Southeastern Regional con-
ference of Hadassah closed its
busy three-day session here last
week with a banquet at which
Mrs. Moses Epstein, past national
president and present poltical
chairman, was principal speaker.
The group will meet in Savannah.
Ga., January 8, 9 and 10 of next
year for its next conclave.
Mrs. Murry Grossman of Mi-
ami Beach was named first vice
president of the group to work
with President Mrs. J. M. Wilen-
sky of Savannah.
Other officers include: Mrs. B.
M. Goldgar, Macon, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Gilbert Klaperman.
Charleston, vice president; Mrs.
J. A. Simowitz, Augusta. Ga..
recording secretary; Mrs. Ben Al-
pert, Savannah, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Louise Rudolfsky, Sa-
vannah, treasurer; Mrs. E. M.
Manning. Atlanta, auditor; Mrs.
Herman Klausner, Jacksonville,
parliamentarian: Dr. Rose Lah-
man, Atlanta, B & P vice presi-
dent.
Over 200 delegates attended the
conference, two davs of which
were devoted to round-table dis- rr,l, Oscar Rappaport. Mrs. Ruth
cussions on fund-raising and re- '
gional activities.
Shoret Chapter BBYW
To Install Officers
Adele Ziff will be installed as
Both El To Hold
Community Seder
The first annual community
Seder sponsored by Congregation
Beth El will be held in the Dora
August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W.
17th Ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will of-
ficiate. He will be assisted by
Cantor Milton Friedman. Mrs.
Leo Oster and Alfred Perl are
co-chairmen of the event.
A feature of the Seder will be
the novel seating arrangement
with separate family tables and
each family will be given the op-
portunity to participate in the
services.
Limited reservations are still
available and may be made
through the office of the congre-
gation, telephone 9-3004.
On Sunday at 10 a.m. the an-
nual model Passover Seder for
the students of the Religious
Schools of Congregation Beth El
will be held.
Each class has appointed a
Seder mother and father to lead
the festivities for the individual
groups. Refreshments and tradi-
tional Passover food for the Seder
will be served by the Parent-
Teachers Association of Congre-
gation Beth El.
Guiding the program will be:
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor
Milton Friedman. Bernard Kim-
Uliss. Miss Ethel Weinstein, Miss
Sydella Seidman and Irwin Mar-
shall.
Jerusalem Journalist
Given Key To City
Mayor Marcie Liberman this
week presented the key to the
city of Miami Beach to B. A.
Barkai. noted Jerusalem journal-
ist, in recognition of his two Is-
raeli art exhibits and "the initia-
tive which he has taken in be-
half of the World Art Museum
to be conctructed in Jerusalem."
A special pavillion in the museum
dedicated to American art will be
named in honor of Will Roger.
Jolles-Abbott Nuptials
Slated For Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Pancoe announce that the wed-
ding of their daughter, Ada
Jolles, to Jack A. Abbott will
take place Sunday at 3 p.m. in the
Temple Beth Sholom patio.
Passover Announcement
The Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, the only communitv-
president of the recently organ- wide organization of this type,
ized Sharet Chapter of Bra: makes the following annour.ee-
B'rith Young Women at a lunch- ments:
eon Sunday at 1 p.m. in the 1. Hotels and restaurants ad-
Palm Room of the McAllister Ho- vertising traditional Kosher Sed-
tel. ... eri t0 be conducted on the prem-
Honored guests at the affair ises are not guaranteed to be
will be Mrs. Natr.an Bloom, presi-
dent of Coral Gables Women's
Lodge, who will serve as install-
ing officer; Mrs. Marx Faber,
youth representative of Sholem
Lodge; Mrs. Sam Silver, presi-
dent of the Florida Federatio: 11
B'nai B'rith Women, who w.ll
present the charter to the group;
and Mrs. Arnold Lewis, advisor,
Other officers who will be ..-.-
stalled are Dolores Levick, first
vice president; Trudi Lach, seconu
vice president; Beverly Koch,
recording secretary; Marilyn
Younger, corresponding secre-
tary; Harriet Fiedler, treasure:;
Rita Goldweber, sergeant-at-
ams; Bea Gomehnski, parliament-
arian; Miriam Lieberman and
Ruth Margaretten, board mem-1
bers
Ko her ur.less under the strict
BUI ... .on of a local rabbi.
2. The only Passover milk en-
^d by the Greater Miami
Vaad Haka?.-.ruth has a Hebrew
endorsement on the container.
3. An "Eiruv Tavshilin" shall be
made by everyone prior to the
beg;nr.;ng of Passover. Those who
are ur.famihar with the prepara-
tion of the "Eiruv Tav,hihn" mav
call upon their rabbis for In-
formation or the director of the
Greater Miami Vaad. Rabbi Jos-
eph E Rackovsky, at 5-3595.
Mrs. Balaban. Friends
Send Food. Clothes to DPs
Let:.
West Flagler To
Close Monday
The 18th running of the West
Flagler Derby, most famous
among American greyhound
classics, will roll down the cur-
tain Monday night on the 1949
West Flagler Kennel club cam-
paign.
This 18th Derby marks the cli-
max of a meeting which has
made greyhound history. Many
records have tumbled into dis-
card since the first of the year,
while West Flagler brought to
the sport a number of new fea-
tures which will advance grey-
hound racing to a high pinnacle.
A new state mark for attend-
ance was marked up this year in
the record books. The Flagler
oval this week shattered its own
seasonal state mark of 474,751
when the attendance shot over
the mark of 490,000.
More than half million fans will
have seen dog racing at Flagler
by the time the track closes Mon-
day night, April 11. It will be the
first time in history a dog track
in the State of Florida will have
attracted a half million fans in a
single campaign.
The Derby Monday is expected
to be run before more than 10,000
fans. All is ready for the big race.
The Derby this year will be
worth $2,500 and will bring to-
gether the greatest field of hot
box stars ever assembled for a
major greyhound Derby on the
North American continent.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious num.- of
City Auto Parts Rebuilding Division
at 79 N. W. 20th Street, Miami. Hli.r-
Ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l>ade County. Klorlda.
MORRIS ZUCKERMAN
Sole Owner
4/8-15-22-29 6/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKRV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
> K. Auto Parts at number 1481 N \V.
20th Street In the City of .Miami,
r.oiida. intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
SANFORD E. EMERMAN
ARoNOVITZ, WEINKLE
& ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
74li Siybold Bldg.
4/8-15-22-29 5/
of appreciation from
Italy. Germany and Israel
In charge of arrangements for :, ":.' Marie Bal-
the installation are Trudi Ltch.lSth'a,XmS5 ?f1 A^evwfco
chairman; Marilyn Younger, JSSJLf ';P -,f"?nds has been
servations; Ruth Margaretten 5HES 3, '><";ting food and
decorations; Wilda Whitman Xrl 5' W? Knt t0 DP'
favors; PhylLs Han* puhl^ ,^^ 1^^-\
Unit To Hold Installation
Installation of the Chevra Mish-
r.ayos of Congregation Beth Tfilah
will take place tomororw night
at 8:15 at the synagogue, 935
Euclid Ave., according to an an-
nouncement by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. A special program has
been prepared for the occasion.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1949
NISAN 8, 5709
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l>'iv|ness under the fictitious name of
City Auto Truck Spring Ben Ice at TS
N W. 80th Street, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ado
County. Florida.
PAUL E. ANDREWS
I. WILLIAM ZUCKERMAN
Partners'
1/8-16-22-28 5/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF rHB
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR I>ADE COUNTY. FL'ltlPA.
IN CHANCERY. No 113707.
CARL C.ARI>SON. Plaintiff. vs.
GLADYS CARI-SON. Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: MRS. (JLADYS CARLSON
Highway 38
Keyport, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to Plaintiffs Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce In the above-styled
cause on or before the 6 day of May,
1949; otherwise the allegations therein
contained will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 7
day of April. 1949.
E B. LEATHER MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
C. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Rulldlng
Miami 32, Florida
4/8-15-22-29
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 123723
SADIE NUDELMAN. Plaintiff. v"
IRVING NUDELMAN. Defendant.
To: Irving Nudelman
1983 Crotona Avenue,
Bronx, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the nill oi
complaint for divorce filed agalnsl >"'
by SADIE NUDELMAN on oi before
the 7 day of May. 1949. otherwise MM
allegations of said bill will be t.ikeii
as confessed against you. _
DONE AND ORDERED this d">
of April, 1949. .....
B B LEATHEUMAN
Clerk of the Circuit < ""
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It H. rice.
Deputy
OFOROE J. TAI.IANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
42u Lincoln Road
4/-l&-22-2
.lit .
Clerk,


^AY.AranjJitt
+Jenistn>DrMfati
Beach Center Will
Install New Officers
any Sirkin will be installed
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman as
i r,t of the Miami Beach
Eitcenter Knight at the Cen-
ir services at 8:15. Sirkin, who
has served as director treasurer
hnH vice president of the Center,
andn to Miami in 1934 from
Sa.c lS island, where he
JS organizer and president of
the Jamaica Jewish Center Re-
Sri at 2644 Flamingo Drive
he is active in both civic and
^mmunal activities and is on the
S of governors of the Greater
SSml Jewish Federation. He has
Srved as treasurer and president
of the Miami Beach Hotel As-
sociation and as treasurer and
vice president of the Lincoln
Road Association. A prominent
philanthropist, Sirkin has exten-
sive real estate holdings in the
al"other officers who will be in-
stalled at the services are: Abra-
ham Goodman, Joseph Rose and
Alfred Stone, vice presidents;
Samuel Friedland, treasurer;
Archie Brick, recording secretary;
Oscar Mamber, financial secre-
Newlv elected directors are:
Jack Ablin, Harry Bodenstein,
Hvman Berman, Bernard S. Fein-
er, Morns Kriegel, Alex Sussman,
George Goldberg, Michael Tose,
Matthew Silverstein, Sol Gold-
man and David Isen. They will
join the following directors whose
terms have not yet expired:
Samuel E. Bernstein, Nathan H.
Darskv, William I. Feuer, Nathan
Glosser, Nat H. Hankoff, Joseph
M. Upton. I. Louis Mintzer, Ray-
mond Rubin, Ed Singer and
George Talianoff.
Trustees to be installed are:
Herman M. Berk, Jack D. Burris,
Moses Ginsberg, I. R. Goodman,
Abraham Halperin, Max Lipp-
man, Samuel Lipton, Samuel Ma-
gid, Isaac Mannheimer, Al Osher-
off, Philip Salmon, Henry Spero,
Max Sulken, Dr. Herman Mech-
lowitz, Benjamin Appel, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Julius Nathanson, Sey-
mour Rubin, Irving Schatzman
and Ira C. Walsey.
Joseph M. Rose, retiring presi-
dent, will extend greetings to the
ne wofficers at the installation.
Audrey Hirschl
Becomes Mrs. DuBrin
The marriage of Audrey Hir-
schl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Hirschl, New Vork, to
Joseph Elwood DuBrin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel DuBrin, Mi-
ami Beach, took place March 27
in the study of Rabbi Jacob Kap-
lan.
After a month's honeymoon in
Florida, the couple will make
their home in New York.
Mrs. Stephen C. Leibert and
sister of the bridegroom, Marilyn
DuBrin and Paula Peterson were
th" Hrirte's attendants.
The bridegroom was attended
by his brother-in-law, Stephen C.
Leibert, and Edmund J. Nuberg. i versity of Miami. The bride is a
Mr. DuBrin was graduated | graduate of the University of
magna cum laude from the Uni-' Michigan.
LIMITED RESERVATIONS STILL AVAILABLE
BETH-EL COMMUNITY SEDER
APRIL 13th. 1949. AT 7:30 P. M.
DORA AUGUST MEMORIAL HALL
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER AND
CANTOR MILTON FRIEDMAN
OFFICIATING
CATERED SEDER
Call at office of Concjreaation500 S. W. 17th Ave.
PHONE 9-3004

i<
Harry Sirkin
11 cb row School
To Sponsor Seder
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will sponsor a tradi-
tional Seder for members and
friends Wednesday evening at
7:30 p.m. at the school building,
1101 S.W. 12th Ave.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
at the Seder, and Adolph Feld-
man, chairman of the affair, an-
nounced that the rules of Kash-
ruth will be strictly observed in
preparing the meal.
Tickets are five dollars for
adults and three dollars for chil-
dren up to 12 years of age.
Feldman is being assisted by
William Weintraub. Reservations
must be made in advance by call-
ing Mrs. Sophie Moss at 9-1536 or
Mrs. Herbert Feldan at 3-6191.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Gloria Liehtenstein to
Wed Marcus Shavel
The betrothal of Gloria Lieh-
tenstein to Marcus Louis Shavel,
3229 S.W. 3rd St., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Shavel, South Bend,
Ind.. has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lich-
tenstein, 437 West 30th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
Th<' bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She i
attended Florida State Universi-
ty and is now a senior at the
University of Miami, where she
is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority, the Mathematics Society
and the Florida Education As-
sociation. She is also affiliated
with the Clara Hirsch Landau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Her fiance served with the in-
fantry in the European Theatre,
was discharged as a captain and
awarded the Silver Star. He at-
tended the University of Ar-
kansas and was graduated from
the University of Indiana. He is
a member of Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity.
'Hie wedding will take place
June 5 with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
Prominent Miami Beach attorney
and well known civic worker
says: "When making travel plans,
I find it vitally important that my
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PAGE SIX
Jewish Education Bureau
Calls United Jewish
School Parley For Mon.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion has called a special confer-
ence of the United Jewish School
for Monday at 8:15 p.m. at the
Hillel House. The United Jewish
School is sponsored by the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, West Mi-
ami Jewish Center and Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center. The Bu-
reau of Jewish Education has
served as educational advisor to
the school.
Housed at the north campus of
the University of Miami, the
school has a registration of 240
children in the Sunday School
and 30 children in the Hebrew
School and has been in operation
since September, 1948.
The conference will have a two-
fold purpose: To evaluate the
progress of the school thus far;
to make preliminary plans for
the '49-'50 academic year.
The Israelite Center, a newly
formed organization, has also
been invited to send representa-
tives to this conference.
A. P. Gannes will act as chair-
man of the conference.
+Je*islfk>rldlari_
FRIDAY, APRIL 8,
Journalist To Speak
Dr. Louis Hendin of New York,
noted journalist and chairman of
the J. L. Peretz Pen Club, will
give a lecture on "The Atlantic
Pact," tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock at the new Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Discussion will follow. The lec-
ture is held under the auspices
of the Jewish Socialist Verband
of Greater Miami.
The public is invited.
Model Seder Sunday
A model Seder will be held at
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation Sunday morning at
10 o'clock. Services will be con-
ducted by the children of the
Heberw and Sunday Schools. Mrs.
Michael Blanke and her commit-
tee are in charge of arrangements
and refreshments. Parents and
friends are invited to be present.
Essen
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2052 N.W. Second Ave.
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
Sen. Pepper To
Speak At Bearli
Installation
Senator Claude Pepper will be
the principal speaker at the din-
ner dance and installation of the
Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rilh
officers, on Sunday. April 24. at
the Saxony Hotel, it is announced
by Chairman George J. Talianoff.
Mayor Marcie Liberman of Mi-
ami Beach has been invited to
participate in the ceremonies as
an honored guest. David R. Isen,
civic worker and Miami Beach
realtor, will be installed as presi-
dent of the lodge.
Milton A. Friedman, president
of the State Federation of Florida
Lodges, will act as installing of-
ficer.
Other officers to be installed
with Isen for the 1949-50 term
will be: vice presidents, God I rev
K. Newman, Sam W. Shapiro,
Jules P. Channing: recording sec-
retary. Jack Gold; treasurer. S.
Laurence Sootin; financial secre-
tary, Seymour Satin; monitor.
Harry Zukernick; assistant moni
tor, Siegfried Geismar; \\;irden.
Simeon D. Spear: guardian. Bar-
net Beckerman.
Reservations may be made with
Miss Sadie Alexander, 5-2435. Mi-
ami Beach Lodge offices, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Tickets are $5.75 per person and
include banquet, dancing, and all
gratuities. All members of B'nai
B'rith and their friends are in-
vited to attend the affair.
Royal Beauty Supply
Distributes Hair Cosmetic
Albert J. Hirsch, president of
the Royal Beauty Supply Co.,
119 N.E. 6th St., announces that
his organization is the distributor
in South Florida and Nassau for
Penetreme Color Creme, a new
cosmetic which comes in 13 dif-
ferent colors and takes 29 min-
utes to apply.
"Penetreme is not a tint or dye
or ordinary color rinse." Hirsch
explains. "It is a cosmetic like
rouge or lipstick, but unlike fare
make-up. it won't rub off. It is
made with non-toxic dyes and is
approved by the Pure Food and
Drug administration. It leaves no
tell-tale line at the scalp when
the hair grows out and contains
no peroxide. Penetreme is ideal
for those dull, dial-, streaked or
gray areas, blending them and
highlighting them with one-tone
sparkling color."
Scholarship Application
Deadline Announced
Applications for the scholarship
loan fund sponsored by the Mi-
ami Section of the National Coun-
|,1 f Jewish Women will be ac-
cepted until April 18. according to
an announcement by Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
Anv unmarried siucient of Jew-
ish faith, male or female, whose
parents have been residents of
Miami for at least two years and
who is in financial need is eligi-
ble to apply. .. .
A formal letter of application
must be submitted accompanied
Vy a letter of recommendation
fro n the principal or dean of the
high school which the applicant
attended. .,
For further information call
Mrs, Carl Weinkle. ___________
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FOR PASSOVER
Jr. Hadassah Donor Party
Meier Shefyah Children's Vil-
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party to be given bj the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah tomor-
row night at 8:30 at the h me of
Miriam Scheinberg, 420 N.W.
44th Ave. Aamission is 60 ci ts.
NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER
"STRICTLY KOSHER"
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Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services,
REASONABLE RATES
Officers Entertained
Officers and board members of
the Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women were enter-
tained at a brunch at the home
of their president. Mrs. Harold
Turk. Thursday morning. April
7. A board meeting followed.
LICENSED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Miami Y Boxers Train
After a respite of several weeks
following the recent Golden
Gloves bouts, the Miami YMHA
boxing enthusiasts have begun
their training on Monday and
Thursday evenings .at 8 p.m. at
the Y.
Arrangements to stage a series
of semi-monthly boxing shows
during the months of May and
June are presently under consid-
eration by the Miami YMHA aln-
letic committee.
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Limited
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Still
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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
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FPinAYjlPRIL 8. 1945
Retell To Be Host
Hvlan H. Kout, commander of
Mianll Beach Post No. 33, Jewish
Wjr Veterans, has announced
that the national convention of
the organization will be held in
Jfami Beach October 19-24.
Miami Beach won the conven-
tion over five other bidders at a
meeting Oi the executive com-
!!,, in Atlanta. Others in the
K! were Chicago Philadelphia,
Atlantic City, Columbus, Ohio
and Asburv Park, N. J.
Kout and Maurice Klein, state
Heoartment commander, carried
check for $1,500 made out by
Mavor Marcie Libcrman, a mem-
, 0f the post, to signify good
faith in seeking the convention
for his home town.
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Judge Holt Chosen
To Go To Israel
Judge George E. Holt has been
selected to participate in a Study
Tour of Israel which is being
conducted in that country under
the auspices of the American
Christian Palestine Committee.
The tour, which will include a
two-weeks' visit in the Holy
Land, will give Judge Holt and
the other participants an oppor-
tunity to study at first-hand the
various problems now facing Is-
rael, and to appraise the future
prospects of the Jewish State as
an independent nation among the
nations of the world. The Zionist
community of Greater Miami is
sponsoring Judge Holt's forth-
coming trip.
It has been learned from I. R.
Goodman that the Study Tour of
Israel has been made available to
a carefully-selected group of
prominent educators, editors,
churchmen and public figures
who have been long interested in
the Palestine problem and the
growth of Israel. The American
Christian Palestine Committee,
the sponsoring agency for the
tour, comprises a membership of
several thousand leading Chris-
tians in the United States. It is
headed by U. S. Senator Owen
Brewster of Maine and U. S.
Senator Robert F. Wagner of New
York.
According to the committee's
announcement, the study group
will convene in Tel Aviv, Israel
on May 1. Special arrangements
have been made with the Israeli
goveftiment to place all of its
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Judge George Holt
facilities at the disposal of Amer-
ican members of the study group.
The two-weeks' Study Tour
throughout Israel will give the
American visitors a maximum
opportunity to visit those places
in which they evince a personal
interest. It will not be a guided
tour, the announcement disclosed.
Participants in the study seminar
will be free to travel wherever
they choose during the several
days available to them on their
tour agenda.
Particular points of study will
include visits at government
agencies, farm settlements, holy
places, educational institutions,
theaters and military encamp-
ments, and appointments with
high-placed government officials.
Goodman disclosed that ar-
rangements have been made for
Judge Holt to leave New York on
April 20 aboard Queen Mary.
Judge Holt is the Circuit Judge
for the 11th Judicial Circuit of
Florida. He was appointed to this
position in 1941 and re-elected
without opposition during the
elections of 1948. Prior to the as-
sumption of his judicial duties,
Judge Holt was Professor of Law
at the University of Miami and
a practicing attorney in Dade
County. From 1937 to 1941 he was
a member of the Florida House
of Representatives.
In World War 11, Judge Holt
was commanding officer, Port Se-
curity Force, United States Coast
Guard, with rank of lieutenant
commander U.S.C.G. (RT). He
was elected President Circuit
Judge Association of Florida,
February 1949; is married, and
has two children.
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320 Collins Ave.
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938 5th St.
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7440 Collins Ave.
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552 Washington Ave.
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732 6th St.
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1407 Washington Ave.
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635 Washington Ave.
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929 Washington Ave.
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87 Washington Ave.
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FRIDAY. APRiL 8,

Janet D. Spitzer
Janet D. Spitzer To
Join Summer Brides
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Janet Devorah Spitzer to
Leo Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Roth, Gary, Ind., has
been made by her mother, Mrs.
Al Carl Spitzer, 1568 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach.
The daughter of the late Mr.
Spitzer, the bride-elect lived in
Gary before coming to Miami
Beach five years ago. She has
been active in Jewish youth
groups and was graduated from
Miami Beach High School. She is
now a student at the University
of Miami.
Mr. Roth received his bache-
lor's degree cum laude from
Franklin and Marshall College.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap-
pa, past president of Tau Omega
fraternity. He is now a junior at
Indiana University Medical
School.
A summer wedding is planned.
Felice Bobson
Felice Bobson Plans
September Wedding
A September wedding is being
planned by Miss Felice Bobson,
whose engagerr.er.t to Lee Ben-
jamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Benjamin. 752 N.W. 64th St., has
been announced by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bobson, 1520
S.W. 5th St.
Miss Bobson will be graduated
from Miami High School in June.
Her fiance is a junior at Florida
State University, where he is
majoring in physical education.
He is on the all-Dixie Conterence
and all-state basketball teams.
While attending Miami Edison,
he was an all-state and all-dis-
trict conference basketball player.
Personally Speakinq
Honor guest at a farewell luncheon held in the sunken
patio of the Delano Hotel was Mrs. Reuben Appel of New York,
who has been a guest at the Delano since December. Hostess
at the luncheon was Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz. The guest list
included Mrs. James J. Carroll and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg,
wives of the Delano managers; and Mrs. Alexander Lirx>w' Mrs-
Harold Turk, Mrs. Jack Brantman, Mrs. Bernard Sharp, Mrs. Lou
Goldberg, Mrs. Eva Rosenbaum, and Mrs. Caroline HalberstaOt.
Also at the luncheon were Jack Brantman and R. L. Schwartz.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reinhard, 1355 Alton Road, announce
the birth of a daughter, Lesley Diane, on March 27. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard and Mrs. Jeanne Cherry
of Miami Beach.
* *
A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, has returned to Miami from Dropsie College, Phila-
delphia, Pa., where he is pursuing his Ph. D. studies, and will
remain in Miami throughout April.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Gingold of Brooklyn, N. Y, have just
returned to their home after spending several weeks at the
Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Borofsky, also of Brooklyn. While here the
Gingolds were entertained by their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Forer, 1610 S.W. 20th St. The Forers will be hosts at Passover
Seders to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kornreich, of New York, also
cousins who have been wintering in Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St., had as
their guests their niece, Mrs. D. Eisenberg and her son, Barry, of
New York City and Mrs. Predinger's sister, Mrs. Charles Moss,
and niece, Mrs. Charles Hamiter, of Tampa. The visitors re-
mained here for two weeks.
* *
Theresa Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, 2220
S.W. 19th Terr., is recuperating from a serious illness. Miss
Cohen, former news editor of The Jewish Floridian and at present
research assistant on the staff of Time magazine in New York,
was vacationing here when she was stricken.
* *
Judah Rackovsky, who is a student at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary, is visiting his parents, Rabbi and Mrs.
Joseph E. Rackovsky, Miami Beach. Judah, who is a member
of the New York Council of Hapoel Hamizrachi and cultural
chairman of the Dov Rezel Chapter of Hapoel Hamizrachi,
spoke before the Ladies League of the Hebrew Academy Wed-
nesday afternoon. The Rackovskys will be joined by another
son, Boris, who is also a student at Rabbi Isaac Elcahanan Theo-
logical Seminary. The young men will return to their studies
after Passover.
* + +
Rabbi Lazar Meskin has returned to New York City after
a visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Oster, 251 S.W. 18th Ct.
+ *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz, 160 S.W. 17th Ct., recently
returned from New York, where they attended the wedding oi
their son. Jack. The event took place at Temple Zion, Bronx,
N. Y., on Sunday. March 27.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lessman of Chicaqo, who were married
Saturday night in that city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin,
2445 Flamingo Place, Miami Beach.
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FRANKLIN OPTICAL SERVICE
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THE OPENING OF THEIR OFFICES AT
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"DISPENSING OPTICIANS SERVING
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W. M FRANKLIN
OWNER
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ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OFFICES
FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW
AT
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
JEWIK GROSSiNGER
announces that the
GROSSINGER PANCOAST
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE
Passover
Holidays
SERVING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOOD
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APRIL 8. 1949
FRIDAY,
jy0W Hadassah
Group Formed
., iponest of Hadassah
rffiter bSd of Greater Miami,
C X- Hadassah group was or-
a -a nn March 23 at the home
In Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs, Al-
Jg Jas hostess to about thirty-
five women.
NeWlv elected officers of the
Sin are* Mrs. Morns Alpert,
C5c-president; Mrs. Irwin
Ssein first vice president;
Bm& S^sft Mrs- rina
Jmsterdan. recording secretary;
MrS Charles Bushell, financial
Setary; Mrs. Israel Teitch cor-
Sponding secretary; Mrs. Sam-
uelSapiro. treasurer.
Board members include- the
Mesdames Moses Kr.eger, Doro-
hv Krieger Fink. Isabel S.A-
tholz, Julius Deutsch, Sam Sak-
+Jewisi) norldUmn
PAGE NINE
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wasser-
man of Detroit, Mich., have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Beverly Ruth, to Dr.
Jack D. Singer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Singer, 1853 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach. Dr.
Singer was graduated from the
University of Indiana Dental
School.
Mrs. Morris Alpert
rais, Louis C. Kott, Max Dreyer,
Isaac Joffe, Harry Miner and
Harold Turk.
Eight year old Suzanne Haus-
man played piano selections. She
was presented by her instructor,
Sam Kane.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink por-
trayed the biographical sketch of
a recent heroine, who is going
down in history as Israeli martyr.
She suggested that the new group
be named in honor of this heroine.
Other names will be suggested
at the next meeting. Standing
committees will also be an-
nounced.
A wide cultural, social and ed-
ucational program is being plan-
ned. Anyone interested in join-
ing or assisting a choral, social,
or any other education group,
contact Mrs. Alpert 5-2893, or
any other officer.
Next meeting will be held at
***'

Juuy aroder
Engagement Revealed
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burstein,
301 86th St., Miami Beach, of the
engagement of her daughter,
Judy Broder, to Irving Beckman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beck-
man, Los Angeles. The bride-
elect, a graduate of Miami Beach
High School, and her fiance are
students at the University of
California. A fall wedding is
planned.
Max P. Feld, Certified Pub-
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the Opening of Offices at
835 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida.
Telephone 58-4171
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members and prospective mem-
bers, and will serve dessert.
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SAM K_\LER. Deceased
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Attorney for Adminlstratr^
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FPmAY^APRIL.8,1949
XuL. HUM To
sponsor Booths
4tB.B. Carnival
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League and
tl Htllel Foundation, University
/Miami, have announced that
thev will sponsor booths at the
n-nai B'rith Council benefit
carnival, Sunday, April 17 at the
Beach Y- .
Demonstrating the complete
unity of all branches of B'nai
RTith service in South Florida,
Concession booths will be oper-
ated by men's lodges, women s
chanters, young adult groups and
R-nai B'rith youth groups.
The Anti-Defamation League
will display visual education
oosters and distribute pamphlets
to further better human rela-
tions A unique feature of the
Anti-Defamation League partici-
pation will be the broadcast of
"Little Songs on Big Subjects" as
well as Irving Caesar's "Songs of
Friendship."
The Hillt'l Foundation booth
will be supervised by Dr. Donald
D Michelson and several universi-
ty students. Colorful posters and
photographs demonstrating the
role of Hillcl on the American
College campus will be on dis-
play.
An information booth will be
set up to serve as an information-
center and as a membership en-
rollment booth.
The carnival is under the gen-
eral supervision of Jules P.
Channing and is open to the pub-
lic free of charge.
Russian Language Film
The first in a series of non-
political Russian language films
will be presented by the Uinversi-
ty of Miami Russian Language
Club tonight at 8 o'clock at the
Beaumont Lecture Hall, main
campus, according to Dr. Bert-
hold C. Friedl. Tonight's offering,
"The Great Glinka," is a musical
biography in Russian with Eng-
lish sub-titles. Admission is free
and the public is invited to at-
tend.
*Jeni$ii Meridian
PAGE ELEVEN
SOLAR WATER SERVICE
REPAIRS AND
CALL 4-7485
BOOSTERS
DON S. COLEMAN
M. B. GARRIS
Consulting Engineers
PHONE 48-9876
Now Located at
622 S. W. 27th Ave.
June Dairy To
Build New Plant
In commemorating the 24th an-
niversary of the establishment of
the June Dairy Products Com-
pany in Miami, Matthew S. Band-
ler, vice president, has started
the construction of a new $250,-
000 processing dairy plant, lo-
cated at Northwest 23rd St. and
22nd Ave.
The founding of this organiza-
tion took place in New York
shortly after Bandler was mus-
tered out of the army at the close
of World War I, the exact date
being June 20. 1920, with a capi-
tal representing less than a
month's salary of a goodly por-
tion of his employees. The June
Dairy Products Company has
grown from a horse-and-wagon
distributor to one now rated
among the top four in the in-
dustry.
Bandler experienced rough
going at the start. Old-line com-
petitors gave him only six months
to survive. They failed to reckon
with his determination and drive,
however. The reputation estab-
lished by his concern for the
manufacture and distribution of
high-quality products is enviable.
The widespread consumer de-
mand for June Dairy butter and
eggs established in the Greater
Miami area necessitated the con-
struction of larger plant facilities
to keep apace with their rapid
growth.
The plant will be equipped with
the most modern and scientific
S. .1. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Aye.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
D-1BD "CID
Telephone 5-9017
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For the 2-Story White
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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
Milt
2-6133
TlRMI BEACH
_______ miami i4S nrni street
101 S.W. FIRST STREET 1141ALTOM ROAD
4100 N.W. 22nd Ave.
DRJNK- PLENTY, OF
ripttre
Water*
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES..........85c
5-GALLON BOTTLE......75c
"FOR BETTER HEALTH
FROM INFANCY TO
OLD AGE"
PHONE 2-4128
ENJOY THE TRADITIONAL
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
AT THE
LONDON ARMS HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM
727 COLLINS AVE.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
CANTOR MALEK. officiating
IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED
PHONE 5-1264

Matthew Bandler
labor-saving machinery known to
the industry.
"Bandler's leadership has been
an inspiration to all identified
with him," his employees associ-
ation reports. "He is a man of
unswerving adherence to princi-
ple, with an unflagging desire for
dealing fairly with his employees,
customers and farmers."
America's Foremost
Female Impersonators
DANNY & DOC'S
JEWEL BOX
512 N.E. 15th St.
Res. 9-3100
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Mineral Baths Massages Steam & Cabinet Baths
Physiotherapy Treatments Compatible Diets
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Safely Harbor Sna. represents a unlqut achieve-
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of Resort and llea th Center that Is built around
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PAGE TWELVE
+Je1st nirkMar
FRIDAY, APRIL 8. l^T
Temple Will Mai*
Seventh Birthday "
F
f;: Arrii =Snf-l" V-
'.tkZiZ '-' --- r-- Seir. -.....- ~"JT '- l L" ~l ""* '-~'Z.i
trul conduct -Jr.? srreBth arm- fT
versar^" service ~.i "_~.t *?~"t.t ---
-. : s
Temple Yoath To
^ ^; ^1 Hold April Antics
Charles S Tobcn, who was ;
i: the Oae#Tshab:a: Z*2* Hotel
i _t ..;----- -
past Suteraood presidents a=d' arras*ents: at^an Cohen
MM TOOB r-ESEnVATCNS
>o w
FOR A REAL TRADITIONAL SANQOR SEOAR
ALSO SERV3S STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER
MEALS ALL WEES
LUNCHEON DINNER A LA CARTE
HEBREW NATIONAL
KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
;4:' Washington Are. Miami Beach
J. PARSER. Mar. PH. 5-5694
Bernice Bravman
Sets Wedding Date
DetTOtlM : =t-.:e Braeaaan
-hirles Gottlieb, son oi Mr.
L Gottlieb. 620:
s.W :fv. Terr beta -
. .e- t irer.ts Mr ar.d
~?:_.z Bravman Wilkes-
= ^ -
The bride-elect :- rreduate of
----- :..rr itudjed tot he*
- at New York Un-
Navy wt-
,--.- eras graduated from the
Vs-ven v- ": Maryland C:~ege
"--/ weddm* take place
Birthday Celebrated
'- aad afn HUh Forer. 1610
- --_- j-. were bosti ;*
iay part] for their daughter.
a Lee sri* recently
j -,: tost birthday --
si-r-T. t: the f-r?:s ar.3 t.-e
---..re :i" wai recorded in
arv.ri 7".: F::i:.: "*re kas'--z
Fcrer's b: >ther Henry
Quests included Sharon Joyce
,-.- Stephen Alas Budner Laura
g-je ----- ert nd Ja? Schwartz.
Marsha Rosenstein Jeffrey and
.---.-. David Marilyn a-;
-. Z-n-i: Judy Alperl am
Beach Y to Hold Sedorum
For Young Adults
The Miami Bead) YM-YWHA
rommemorate the Passover
ncLdav this year with a series of
pre-bclida v Sed< r_-. to be con-
: : : teen kgen ar.d young
a; t!
The first Seder for teen tgers
wJl :-. conducted tomorrow eve-
cmi at I-: z ~ Tr.e ycung auult
: -. ._l be held on Sunoay at
p a Reservationi for both
run-, rr.av r-e made by calling
the Y a: 5-5319
Eacb 5-:ier .11 be fill;-acd by
Marsha Levin Betrothed
To Matthew Poliakoff
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levin.
15T5 Washington Ave, Miami
Beach, and Baltimore, Md., have
announced the en^ager^e i. of
the daughter. Marsr.a, to Mat-
thew Poliakof.' of Spartanr.urg.
S C
Tr.e bride-elect attended school
in Baltimore and the University
Miami. She :s active in the
Mmi Beach Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah. ,
Mr Poliakoff wai graduated
-u~. the University of
South Car lira Law School. He
^ a representative in the Soutr.
Carolina legislature ar.d practices
law .r. Spartanburg Ho is --. a
' p: Lambda Phi. He is tr.e
son of Mr. and Mrs um ,
Poliakoff. Greenville s *"*
Xo wedduig date_has been t
REFIHED BUSINESsTady
Wishes to meet gentleman
in his forties
StaU phona number if pouibU
Writ* H. L
Box 2373, Miami 18
PENICILLIN DUST
For treatment of Sinusitis Ear
and Respiratory Infections
Dr. Springmyer. Physician
79th St. Clinic
249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78.84B7
The Best in
HORSERADISH!
For Passover
MAKE SURE IT'S
SEASHORE
FOR FLAVOR
AND STRENGTH
Bottled Fresh Daily
- YOUR GROCER HAS IT
"ANOTHER GREAT PRODUCT'
of
TheSeashore Food&Pickle Products,inc.
Condiment Manufacturers
343 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-3457
Manufactured Daily in Miami
Ask for and Demand
insr r:s; a -r:;.K ncs? ura
Sunny Brook Dairy Products
CREAM CHEESE
SOIR CREAM
Not A Cold Storage Product
COTTAGE CHEESE
Pasteurized Creamed
WHIPPED BITTER
FARMER CHEESE
THE BEST IN QUALITY FOR THE SAME PRICE AVAILABLE AT ALL BETTER STORES
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER r, D B ? ^ W 2
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACXOVSXY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Director Orexxtar Miami Voad Hcdnahnztfe Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakaahruth
to
WWPB
ETtry Sutuidcry Niahl at 8
Alee Stxmday from
5r to 8 ?M.
Manuiactmed Dally by
SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, IHC.
Masuktcturara & Distributors
2180 N. W. 13tk Ar4ue Phone 9-0601
All Product Mfod.
by Sunny Brook
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pomAY. APRIL 8, 1949
+Jenl$ti fhrldian
Miami Y Show To
Open Sunday Nite
Thc curtain will rise on the
nremiere performance of the Mi-
mi Y variety show Sunday night
,. 8 o'clock at the Miami Y. A
repeat performance will be given
Monday at 8 p.m.
The show, which is entering the
last stages of rehearsal, will con-
sist of music and dance numbers
Mrs. Kaplan Myers
coached by Betty Ward, editor of
the Miami Daily News Youth
Round-up; comedy skits under
the direction of Dave Rabino-
witt Ben Singer and Dorothy
Kaplan. .
"This is the first time in 15
years that the IVliami Y has at-
tempted as big an undertaking
as this show." Abe Aronovitz.
chairman said. "The enthusiasm
and interest that were shown by
members of the east, many of
Faber
Ackerman
whom are leaders in the com-
munity, predict an outstanding
performance. This show is strictly
for laughsnothing serious. No
problems are involved and a real
treat is in store for all those who
attend."
Among those taking part in the
show are: Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs.
won Kaplan. Ruth Nurenberg,
wrnice Dubler, Sanford Swerd-
SmJ mV Wl;!ss' Eu*ene J
Weus, Milton Friedman, Leo
Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. David
mSS"?- Sai? Seitlin- Sidne>'
miJfS S^einer- Jewel Un-
MvL n f Cook' Stanley C.
rie l,,FaUl^?bel> Harri<* Krip-
Sarnue Kessler, Samuel J. Rand
yaany others.
Torah Dedication
Slated For Tonite
At Temple Isaiah
At a special ceremony to take
place at this evening's service at
Temple Isaiah at 8:15 prn a
Sofer Torah or Scroll of the Law
will be dedicated. The Torah has
been brought from Jerusalem and
is considered one of the finest
handwriting on parchment to
come from the Holy Land. The
Torah will be accepted by the
president of the congregation,
Julius Jay Perlmutter, who will
present it to Rabbi David Raab,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
The Torah was made possible
through the gifts of a number of
contributors, including Temple
Isaiah Sisterhood, Rabbi and Mrs
Solomon Raab, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Schalman, Mr. and Mrs
Abe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. David
Pollack and Max Gottlieb. In
addition there were the following
contributions which were secured
by Sammy Stone. Those include-
Albert Pollack and Paul Pollack
for Belmar Hotel; S. Adelman for
Versailles Hotel; David Porvin
and Albert Grossman for the
President Madison Hotel; Mr.
Friedman for the Saxony Hotel;
Aaron Courshon for Ocean Isle
Apt. Hotel; Jennie Grossinger,
Harry Horowitz and Paul Gross-
inger for Grossinger-Pancoast Ho-
tel; David Shaffer; Bernard
Cohen; A. Friedman; Stephen C.
Leifert; Herbert Greenberg; Joe
Linn of "Wells" and a contribu-
tion by Frank's Men's Shop.
The public is invited to attend
this special service and reception.
Mrs. J. B. Keys is chairman of
PAGE THIRTEEN
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
HAVANA
VIA PLANE $30 Plui
Round Trip........... Tax
VIA SS. FLORIDA $46 Plui
Round Trip........... Tax
TOURS
from $36,95 plus lax
Apgar Travel Agency
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 9-5386
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth,
the only community-wide Kashruth Association,
which consists of
Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish CenterRabbi Irving Lehrman
R .u t Ple Beth slolomRabbi Leon R. Kronish
Beth Tfilah CongregationRabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
feels the responsibility to call the attention of the Jewish
People in the community to the following facts:
koshoV T J'' rcstaurar>ts or hotels advertising traditional
Buannt. .(Lmm t0 be conducted on the premises is not a
strictlv '* h kosher. and unless it indicates that it is
Vairt u iTPu vlsod and endorsed as kosher, the community
aa Hak^hruth does not assure its kashrus;
the fniiJhat Passover milk endorsed by the Vaad must have
we following inscription:
""W ^N"^ ni3t3,"n* rmAU7na
^UjnvpDaip-j NbN spr ann imuva*
'"1 flftf**** nxbn rvnury r>nw*rta. hod's ->wa $>'#
cake is i cake advertised as "holiday cake" or Passover
not a proof that it is kosher cake;
cake to h aMne RaPhaels they are preparing special kosher
Vaad H-,L,erS0 t0 the Public, endorsed by the Greater Miami
"dk^hruth. Call 58-5343 to place your order.
over or n?f ther information about Kashrusbe it for Pass-
fector R KkT malters such as meat and poultrycall our di-
' ndbD1 Joseph E. Rackovsky at 5-3595.
Vaad H-Xhatk unloss y" see the sign of the Greater Miami
yo"r conm Utn d"5pla>,ed in tne store u is not endorsed by
H. SOOTIN, Secy.
S. LOBEL, Treas.
!**** SIRKIN. Pr^
2LBEAR- Vic. Pre..
Beach B & P Hadassah
To Meet Monday Night
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Division of Hadas-
sah will meet Monday night at
the Beach Y. Highlight of the
meeting will be a round-table dis-
cussion on tne reports of the Ha-
dassah regional conference held
last week at the McAllister Hotel
Participants in the discussion wili
be the delegates, Mildred Krup-
saw, Dora Keller, Esther Good-
man and President Lillian Good-
man, as well as Frances Lebon
and Florence Mintzer.
A Passover skit entitled "As If
Redeemed from Egypt" com-
memorating the coming holidays
will be presented by Jean Brown
and Roslyn Turret, program
chairmen. The nominating com-
mittee will present the slate for
the coming year and Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Fried will sing
Passover songs.
the hospitality committee assisted
by Mrs. Norman Burman, Mrs.
Hattie Spiegel, Mrs. Julius Jay
Perlmutter and Mrs. Mary Ell
Tannen Opens Office
Harold Tannen has announced
the opening of offices for the
practice of law at 1009 Ameri-
can Bank Building. During the
war Tannen served with the legal
division of the War Shipping Ad-
ministration in Washington.
YIDDISH-SPEAKING LADY
teaches English individually
and in groups
ROSE MEISEL
427 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 82-8400

<
Middleaqed woman formerly Private
School Assistant Director, European
Background. Familiar with Office and
Executive Work, Typing. Shorthand
also German, seeks position.
References
WRITE DE
BOX 2973, MIAMI 18
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
MAsten To
YOUR TOWN
WKAT 1360 ON THE DIAL
EVERY SUNDAY
1:45 to 2:00 P. M.
"The Show Where Anything
Can HappenAnd Probably
Will I I"
EVENING CLASSES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
CONCENTRATED COURSES
Eight Weeks
April 11 to June 4
CELESTIAL NAVIGATION
All navigation requirements necessary to secure marine license will be
thoroughly covered.
_. A'R CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION
Theory of refrigeration, calculations and estimation for air conditioning
systems In commercial and residential establishments
. ., ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING
Architectural draftmanshlp, working drawings for residences and small
commercial buildings.
, ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING
Uibor costs and general technique of estimating for electrical In-
stallations.
ESTIMATJNG AND BLUE PRINT READING
Part I: Analysis of construction projects and determination of cost price
to assign to each operation
Part II: Estimating for reinforced concrete, structural steel and major
construction.
ESTIMATING FOR PLUMBING INDUSTRY
Plumbing codes, specifications and general technique of estimating:
ELEMENTARY STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
Design of wood and steel structures.
BUILDING CODES AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS FOR
CONTRACTORS
Study of building codes of Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables.
FRESH AND SALT WATER FISHING
Instruction in fundamentals of bottom and surf fishing
MORNING CLASSES at the Plaza Hotel
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH
Both elementary and intermediate courses taught with emphasis on the
conversational approach
REGISTRATION
ROOM 131, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, MAIN CAMPUS
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL
DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION
83-4611 Ext. 136 and 163

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PRESENTING THE SENSATIONAL
POST TIME 7:45 P.M.
10 RACES NIGHTLY
DAILY DOUBLE 1st 2nd
SUINIELAS EVERY RACE
NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM
No Minori Admilttd
THRILLS!
ACTION!!
SPEED!!!
Every race in this spectacular 10-
race program will be packed with
thrills 1 Come early first race
7:45 P.M. Remember Daily
Double 1st and 2nd races.
EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK
MIAMI Miami Transit buses leave on N. E 2nd St.. between 1st end 2nd Aves.. every 15 mitt,
tuning tt 6:30 Pit Coest City Coaches leave Havana-Madrid Terminal. S. E. 2nd St & S E.
3rd Ave. every few min sterling at 6:30 MIAMI BEACH: Stanley Tours buses leave from 14th
& Collies every 15 min. from 6 45 until 8:15 and will also pick up passengers on Collins Avt.
at 23rd & 71st Sts. Sportsman Service: Buses leave 7th & Collins 6:50 7 15 7 40. leave 18th
& Collins 6 55 7 20 7 45: leave 39th I Collins 7 05 7:30 7:55 P. M.
TRACK [
'0NLY\
FUTURITY \
TRACK J
v IN FLA /
115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves
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PAGE FOURTEEN
pJenlstFhridUan
(mi If stream Park
Spring Meet To
lose April 19
Gulfstream Park's Spring sea-
son is swinging into its final ses-
sions with attendance and mutucl
figures continuing to confound
the experts. During the first four
weeks of the season there was
not a day below the S500.000
mark, while the shortest turnstile
count of 8,157 was chalked up last
Friday.
An amazing development of the
week past was Gulfstream Park"*
feat of passing Tropical Park"s
winter meeting in total betting.
For the entire 40 days of that
session the plav aggregated S18.-
682.943. The "track by the sea"
passed thi.* mark on the first
race Thursday, and it is expected
that a final compilation will find
wagering close to the S27.000.000
mark, or approximately 50*7
more than that enjoyed by the
Coral Gables course.
Despite the dropoff at the gates,
the local course will set a brand
new attendance mark this year,
already running substantially
ahead of 1948 and several per-
centage points to the good of the
previous 1947 record. With Satur-
day's Hollywood Handicap being
followed by the mile and an
eighth Hallandale 'Cap on Satur-
Newsbriefs
Dr. George Erline. lecturer and
physician, will speak before the
members of the Vegetarian So-
cietv of Greater Miami Saturday
night at the Spinoza Forum. 11th
St. and Ocean Drive. Miami'
Beach, according to Harry Ker-
shaw, president. His topic will be
"The Physical, the Mental and
the Spiritual." A question and \
answer period will follow his lec-
ture. Admission is free and the
public is invited.
Center Religious Schools
To Conduct Model Seder
Students of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious Schools
will celebrate Passover with a
model Seder Sunday at 10 a.m..
in the new Center patio. 1701
Washington Ave.
Rabbi Lehrman will be assisted
by Joseph Ginsberg of the Daily
Religious School, who will serve
as "School Father." Stuart Rubin
will serve as the "Wandering
Jew." Paul Weiss of the Daily
Religious School will recite the
poem "Night of Freedom." Kid-
dush will be chanted by Martin
Nash and Herbert Kaplan and the
traditional four questions will be
recited in Hebrew and English
by Barbara Turoff, Anita Edel-
man, Joan Siegel and Bernard
Friedman.
Also participating in the Seder
will be Kenneth Schneider. Mark
Portr.er. Larry Lipchinsky. Joey
Frydman. Morton Schnall. Mar-
vin Surkin. Regina Bernie. Har-
riet Levy, Sheldon Maselstein,
Joel E. Brown, Mathcw Wilson.
Suzanne Feinberg. Leslie Morgen-
stern, Sandra Levy and Frank
Weiss. The traditional Passover
songs will be led by Ben Yomen,
musical director of the Center.
day week, interest should remain
high to the bitter end or. April
19.
SakowitK Will
lleail TEP Alumni
Election of officers marked the
re-activation of the Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity's Greater Miami
alumni club when the group met
at the Raleigh hotel recently.
Named president of the alumni
group was Theodore Sakowitz. a
University of Miami graduate,
while William EdcLstein. a Uni-
versity of Florida alumnus, was
elected vice president.
Other officers include Bracley
F. Steinbach, secretary; Milton
Lipsitz, treasurer; Jason Berk-
man, warden: and Stuart New-
man, historian. The executive
committee is composed of Sol
Alexander. Gerald Klein and Dr.
Lawrence Feinberg. Hyman Mer-
lin was named chairman of the
under-graduate committee while
Sol Levine will head the social
committee.
Tau Epsilon Phi has under-
graduate chapters at University
of Miami. University of Florida
and Florida Southern College in
this state.
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^J^sllhridiajn
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE FIFTEEN
Jewish
(Conservative)
Ho:
F
Babb' will conduct
An "IU'B
Community Center
2020 Polk St..
ii.wood. Habbi Max Kaufman.
, v.niiiK service at 8:15 p.m.
f ,;; 3ma, assisted by the
, the service and
choit V, Oneg Shabbat will follow
""' ;r,'-,,-> on Friday evening. Sat-
I 11. a.m. Klddush
morning services. Sunday
Hebrew school Mn-
/ednesday at 3
nd Bar Mltzvah
P-m- lu'!".'.v'i'':i^s^on Thursday at 3
unl;i>
aft<--r
i V the iii"i me "
afh'l 10:30. Hebrew
fifTuertay and We
nV Confirmation and
Con........
.,, \l:.i MSSlOn
Minyu*
, ;;t,;n"s.,-vi.-,- daily at 9 a.m.
' Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friedman.
Friday evening
sabbath morning i
* Hagodol,
r.|.i:- 10 Paaroyar.
eoarw In
Cantor Milton
services at 6 p.m.
lervlce at *:3n a.m.
the great Sabbath
Rabbi Grauer will
traditional Halmudlo dis-
hnnor of the occasion. Btu-
, services at 10 a.m. Saturday
1 ,,| by Bernard W. Klmmel of
th* Religions school staff. Mlncha at
lirtnmFollowed by Shalos Seudos.
HUE Mhool at 10 a.m. Daily reli-
S cnool tnm ,:i V 6 P-m-_Da,,y.
9 ;, m. and 6 p.m. Search
L Chometl "ill take place Tuesday
evening. April 12. Sly urn Hchorlm
. b translation of the
Tilimicl i" honor <>t the first born at
he morning services on the eye of
mm passover, Wednesday, April 13,
i ini Passover services, 6:30 p.m.,
rfay evening, April 13. Cm-
munltv Seder. 7:W p.m. Wednesday
April 13. Passover services
Thursday morning April 14.
. \. B:S0 a.m. Friday
... April 1" llabbl Cruller will
,'.'.. ,k on "fill til "f B Nation."
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St.
Friday evening services at 6. Satur-
day morning services at 9. Mlncha at
..veil Iv Slialos Seudos.
Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct the
...wnth anniversary service of the
temple His topic "ill be "And the
Tree Flourished and Crew." Newly
rii i cers and board members
ill Installed. Aii Oneg Shabbat
will lie held after the services.
H Tobin, who was chairman
of the board from 1S1I until 1948, will
he honored* Hostesaen will be headed
MM'- Charles S Tobln, Mrs. I^eon J.
Kander Koran, past
i presidents, and Mrs. Louis
I, Krensky, incumbent president. As-
riMlnit them will l wives of the tem-
pi mders Children's birthday
Sunday Bchool at 9:4.1 for
I'i tn 15, Hebrew classes
15 for children 1'/,
on "Build and He Rebuilt Installs
tion of officers, directors and t,s,,',
by Rabbi Lehrman. cantor aoldrlng
win chant the service assisted i.v the
-Vnter choir under th.....recti.,n of
Hen Yonien. Saturday morning serv-
""s..Ht .a-m; Th'' n,l,bl "'" preach
on the Weekly Portion ,,f the '
Bar Mltzvah of Richard Allan, so,,
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M Uoh;._ _,
( ongregatlon at 9:30. Youth breakfast
Seder service at 10 a.m. Sunday In
the Center patio. Hebrew school
Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6 30
Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon Pre-
klndergarten school Monday through
Friday 9 ami to 12. Adult Institute
Monday and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Motes Mes-
cheloff.
Friday
Regular
.111.
Center
evening services at 1:15 p i
Sabbath service at 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah of Cerald. son of Mr
and Mrs. Busbaum. Rabbi Mescheloff
will address the conflrmand
services held for children of
Junior
element -
Israel (Reform). 137
St. Rabbi Colman A.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
: ii
Temple
N.E. 19th
Zuitman;
Rabbi Emeritus.
ev.iilng services at 8:15.
Iman A Zwitman will preach
I on "The Oreal Sabbath," a pre-Pass-
ermnn A congregational re-
Wtion for worshippers, under Slster-
' >','. will follow the serv-
M : Werthelmer, Sisterhood
Bhmenta chairman.
', morning services at II a.m.
rs ,,f the 1949 confirmation
pate, en Wednesday
the i......le will hold Its an-
lional family Seder.
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way.
Miami Beach.
Frirliy evening services at 5:45 p.m.
.a.jrii.iy !., mug services at 9 a.m.
K* at '""' followed by Shalos
e,a,e.lite Center (General). 3346
S-W. 24th St.
1 es it 7 a.m. Friday night
Jl 8 p in. Refreshments will
ately following the
UlajB rt,ay "'orning services
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
"V Center (Conservative). 1701
wnington Ave.. Miami Beach.
MM Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Job Y. Goldring.
lib KfVp|,ll services at .",::
falL1""1,*? 'W"'"K services
Lehrman win
30 p.m.
at 8:15.
preach
ary school age in the Religious School
annex at 10 a.m. under direction of
Max Bertman of the faculty. Klddush
will be served under the direction of
Mrs. Joseph Brenner. The traditional
dissertation on Passover, "The Shab-
bOS Hagodol Pilpul" will he deliver,-,1
by Rabbi Mescheloff at 6 p.m. Mlncha
at C followed by Shalos Seudos Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the Portion
or the Week. Sunday school at 9:30
a.m. DaJly school from 3:30 to 8:80,
A Model Seder will he presented bv
the children of the Religious School
in tho Community Center Social hall
at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Refreshments
will be served by the Sisterhood
Program is under the direction of
Mrs. Elsie Wegman, Philip Fried and
Max Bertman. Passover sen-Ices will
be held Thursday and Friday morning,
at R.-30. Cantor Ixiuls Cheniowitz will
chant the ritual service. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will preach Thursday on "The
Food of Our Forefathers" and Frldav
on "Pood From Israel "
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15. {
Rabbi Ranson will preach the ser-
mon. A reception will follow in the
reception hall. The public is Invited
to attend the service at 8 p.m. and the
reception at 9:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. Third Ave.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Ijite Friday evening services at 8:15.
This Sabbath Is Shabbos Hagodol and
Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "A Pas-
chal Offering." Sabbath services at v:!l>
a.m. Students services at 10:80 a in.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches will officiate. The an-
nual students' Seder will be held
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in the
auditorium, Participating will be
Warren Green, Marcie FeingoUI, Ilar-
vej Kasow, Marilyn Kutnick, Edgar
Lewis, Reva Shapiro. Bobby Shevln,
Irwin Sgjsal and Carol Washer. Bible
Class under direction of Abraham
Levltan meets daily at 7:30 a.m. for a
Mischnlns. Adult discussion group in
synagogue every Sunday morning
from Hi:l" to 11:15 led by Rabbi
Shapiro. The traditional congregation
and community Seder will be held at
Beth David the first night of Pass-
over, Wednesday, April 13. Rabbi
Shapiro and Cantor Mamches will
officiate. Services for Passover will
be conducted In the synagogue Thurs-
day and Friday mornings at S:30
O'clock, Rabbi Shapiro's theme for
discussion will he "Next YearFree
Men." Passover services for students
will be held the same mornings at
10:30 a.m for Seder. Reservations call
9-3469.
United Jewish Schools, North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Daddies
Club at 10 a.m. and Adult Bible class
at 10 a.m. with Abraham Ivitan,
teacher. An open forum follows.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1065
Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
services at 8:15.
dedication will be
will conduct the
the sermon on the
Best Seller.''
Torah or the
b!i!zVhe oontlnulty of Jewish learn
Coral Gables Jewish
(Liberal).
; '' m -lames Homo,, of ,,,.. ,.,,,
'"""fal Hospital. Cantor Malek will
chant the liturgical portion of tl
communitv' "T" ,,h" ^WUon'lS
communltj singing. Mrs. Herbert
:'"','"ter will blSss the Sabbath
Candles. Social hour will follow the
" 2L.tf "ttot" retire at
o,^'W?>r6hlpi)cl's aro a*ed to arrive
111 be n.nv V M,edtat|ve organ music
\ti T, lay"'1. '""" '" "" Service bj
mia. iivmg Oerstenfeld
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evning services at 8:15 m
Mizv',hy,;'l';'-'iini: Kryice :it > *&
MitzMh of Eugene, son of Mp. and
will address the congregation. Rabbi
mi.io A,,,-, win res.....id. Mlshna at
ih-?i '' """-'1 &y Mlncha and
Shalos BeudoB, ti,- Rabbi will speak
on the lor Ion of the W.-ek. Sunday
school a( l0 ., Mod -
children at In a.in. Sun.lay li,l,u-
school dally from 8:15 to 8:16 p.m.
Dally services at 7:80 a.m. and 6:15
\'\"V. pmmunlty Seder Wednesday
night at 7:30
Congregation Beth TfUah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:15.
Saturday morning at S:30 Rabbi Rnck-
OVSky will officiate and speak on the
Portion Of the Week. At 4:15 p.m
Rabbi Ra.kovskv will deliver the
Traditional Shabos Hagodol Halachlc
Discourse." Mlncha at 6:16 followed
b> Shalos Seudos and a program of
Hebrew songs and ziniros. Special
pre-Passover service for the first born
vlll be conducted Wednesday morn-
, April 13, at 7:80. Daily services
at i and 8 a.m. Class in Mlshna will
be addressed by the Rabbi at 7:30 a.m.
Services at 6:15 p.m. followed bv a
.lass in Jewish laws and customs,
Maarlv follows at 6:15.
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Biseavne Track
To Open April 12
The Bisoayr.e Kennel Club
Starts the second half of its meet-
ing Tuesday r.:ght. There will be
43 nights of the sportterminat-
ing May 31. All other dog track*
in the Miami area will have
finished their allcted dates wren
Biscayna oper.s.
Most of' the greyhounds ft I
raced at Biscayne during the
first half of its meeting will re-
turn for this session, having per-
f;rrr.ed at West Fiagler, Holly-
word and Miami Beach during
the pas: 65 racing days.
The biggest attraction sched-
uled for Biscavne will be the run-
ning of the All F:.-r:da Cham-
pionship, an even: open to all
greyhounds in Florida. This will
be run April 23 after a series of
elimination tests that will de-
termine the championship field.
As a companion piece there will
re a Consolation Championship
ran the same night Purse
for the championship has
set al $S IEK whil< t! e Consola-
tion will carry a $1,400 prize.
Improvements at the track in-
clude the installation of an auxil-
iary electric plant to ".ike care
Dj an> possirle rreakdown in the
power Seine TOO seats have been
placed on the ramp thus elimin-
ating the necessity for camp
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The inimitable Menasha is con-
templating an offer from Lee
Shubert to appear in the Ziegfeld
Follies which is scheduled for
tion at an early date. If
Mr. Skulnik accepts a role in the
Follies it may be several years
before he returns to the Yiddish
o The comedian, who will
:-- final appearance here
on Sundav night, formerly was
heard in English on the radio and
in vaudeville but is famed for his
Yiddish comedy antics. Acclaimed
by top New York critics as "The
Yiddish Chaplin," Miami theatre-
goers should not pass up this
c'-ance to see the comedian of
. Harry Hershfield says
". the Male Beatrice Lillie .
can bowl vou over with a ges-
ture."
The Plaza will present a special
holiday program from April 14
thr ugh April 21 featuring a stage
presentation "Live and Laugh."
with Betty Siminoff, Max Wilner
and Leon Schachter. On the
screen Arline MacMahon and M.
Ciift will be seen in "The
Search."
FRIDAY, APPjl ,
Menasha Skulnik
Alliance Third Seder
The Greater Miami Farbar.d
Branches of the Jewish National
Workers Alliance will hold their
traditional third Seder on Satur-
day night. April 16, at the Miami
Beach Y. A special program is
being arranged. For reservations
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Unknown Soldier's Answer," a
book of poetry by Jay Roderick
de Spain, will he reviewed by
Mr de Spain tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Hanva Shubov. noted elocu-
tionist, will render some tales
from the great humorist, Sholom
Aleichem. Mrs. A. Nelson and
Mrs. B. Mack will recite some of
their poems. Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. chairman of the Spinoza
Forum will preside.
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Jjtertshtkrktiam
PAGE SEVENTEEN
B Xvt Show Monday
An exhibition of works by pro-
fessional artists opened at the
Miami Beach Y Monday evening
at 8 o'clock and will continue
until April 20. Paintings, etch-
ings drawings and sculpture will
be included in the display.
Among the artists who have ac-
cepted invitations to participate
in the exhibition are: Gustav
Bohland. Edna Fensin, Damin
Fink, Perry Fleischman, John
Klinkenberg. Florence Kushner,
Yetla Marshak, Robert Merrick,
A K- McCullough, William Ober-
man, Gregory Poole, Zena Pos-
ever, Paul Reno, Warren Soned,
Louis Van Dercar and Reyna
Youngerman.
Members of the Y art exhibi-
tion committee include: Warren
Soned, publicity, Max Drosin,
chairman, Irwin Harris, Zena
Posever, Jeanne Becker, Reyna
Youngerman and Yetta Marshak.
Over 5000 attended the Y's re-
cent exhibition of amateur works.
Govt. Agencies
Ordered To End
Discrimination
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Fair Employment Board of the
Civil Service Commission this
week ordered all government
agencies to end religious and
racial discrimination in Federal
employment and issued instruc-
tions to carry out this policy.
Government agencies must now
afford any worker who feels he
is being discriminated against, "a
full opportunity to present his
case." The order supplements
President Truman's ban on dis-
crimination in civil service an-
nounced last July. All agencies
are reminded in the board's order
that the "basic principle of the
American creed is equality of op-
portunity."________
Off the Record
SYRIAN COUP .
Syria is by no means a political-
ly ripe country ... Yet last week's
coup shows all the drama and
earmark of skilled hands .
Who was behind it? Of course
the French are still bitter over
their being ousted from Syria and
Lebanon by the British Gen-
eral de Gaulle has made no bones
about the fact that he hopes to
restore French influence and
prestige in that part of the world
. Some weeks ago there were
even reports that France was
sending arms to those countries
It is inconceivable that the
French, who recognized Israel,
were involved in an anti-Israel
maneuver The fact that the
new Syrian regime indicated will-
ingness to negotiate with Israel
would seem to dispel that theory
. Viewed against the back-
ground that the British aimed
their anti-Israel stones best when-
ever agreement seemed imminent
between the new state and its
neighboring Arab states, the coup
appears to be the result of a
British intrigue ... If so British
strategy has again backfired even
as it failed first in the case of
Egypt and later with Transjor-
dan ... In fact the British may
have been outsmarted by the Sy-
rian Arabs What may have
started out as a scheme to halt
negotiations with Israel has end-
ed up in a movement that appears
for the moment at least directed
against British intentions of hav-
ing Abdullah swallow up Syria
. Bevin's potent brew seems
again to have failed in its pur-
pose.
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PAGE NINETEEN
Miamians Hail From 40 States, 18 Nations
,This is the third in a series of
T uased upon a report pre-
articl.es basca UH hair.
,.Pdebv M. J- Kopelowitz, chair-
ma'
tee,
Mia
n,UnCORRECTioNS:"ln the Dis-
f the census ||d>-OOnndt-
tee,
r nf the Census ou-wu
man hirh is part of the Greater
^Jewish^Federation's corn-
lowing ten cities (listed in order
of the number of persons claim-
ing them as their former places
of residence): New York City
Chicago, 337; Philadelphia, 283;
Detroit, 151; Pittsburgh, 147;
Cleveland, 146; Boston, 144-
Newark, 123; Baltimore, 120;
hood that in the next few years
Miami may have the majority of
Jewish inhabitants."
The average size of the local
Jewish family was less than three
persons, which is considerably
lower than that of the general
population of the area and lower
directory. Jews were integated
in every phase of economy of
Greater Miami, although, as
might be expected the majority
was in the white collar jobs with
a large professional group and a
great number associated with the
hotel and real estate divisions.
YEARS IN DADE COUNTY
(Heads of Families)
South Beach to Lincoln
Lincoln to 41st St
41st St. to Surfside
IslandS Total
Total Percentage
Northeast Section
Northwest Section
Southeast and Southwest
GablCS' CtC- Total
Total Percentage
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI
MIAMI BEACH
1 yr. 1-2 3-5 6-10 11-20
148 629 1283 1090 794
20 110 165 167 137
104 293 399 291 247
4 24 47 08 49
276 1056 1894 1616 1227
4.0 16.3 29.3 25.0 MIAMI 18.9
lyr. 1-2 3-5 6-10 11-20
18 80 95 106 146
113 538 359 331 246
207 573 534 623 534
41 114 68 57 64
379 1305 1056 1117 990
6.8 23.4 18.9 20.0 17.8
21-40
182
59
135
26
402
6.2
21-40
110
239
335
28
712
12.8
Over 40
2
2
4
0.06
Over 40
4
4
8
16
0.2
1 yr.
655
5.4
1-2
2361
19.6
3-5
2950
24.5
6-10
2733
22.7
11-20
2217
18.4
21-40 Over 40
1114 20
9.2 0.2
iribution by Age chart accom-
panying the article on the pop-
ulation survey in the March 25
edition of The Jewish Floridian,
the number of individuals 65-
74 in Miami Beach should have
read 1145 and 6.2 per cent, in
Miami 665 and 4.0 per cent.
making a total of 1810 and 5.2
per cent. In the Location of
Jewish Population chart for
Miami Beach in the same issue,
the percentage of people resid-
ing from Lincoln Road to 41st
St. should have read 10.9.
Washington, D. C, 81.
Other cities which rank high
on the list of places from which
Miamians hail are Atlanta, Cin-
cinnati, New Haven, Providence,
St. Louis, Atlantic City, Jackson-
ville and Paterson.
Among the foreign countries
which Miamians formerly called
home are Russia, with a total of
25 ex-patriates reporting; Canada
with 22; Germany with 17; Aus-
tria, 13; Cuba, 11; Poland, 7,
Roumania, 5; China, 4; England,
4; France, 4; Bahamas, 1; Cze-
than that of Jewish families in
other communities.
About half of the Jewish people
of Greater Miami were 35 years
of age or over. Compared to other
communities, Miami has a pre-
ponderance of people in the mid-
dle age group but a smaller per-
centage in the old age and youth
groups. Very few of the adult in-
habitants were bom here and 50
per cent have lived here less than
five years, a significant factor in
considering the stability of the
Jewish community.
RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE
(Heads of Families)
MIAMI BEACH
Orthodox Conservative Reform Other Non Pref.
South Beach to Lincoln 1380 1734 729 51 676
Lincoln to 41st St. 102 266 214 20 165
41st St. to Surfside 186 583 545 120 191
Islands 24 79 128 56 13
Total 1692 2662 1616 247 1045
Total Percentage 23.3 36.7 22.2 3.4 14.4 Includes Liberal
MIAMI
Orthodox Conservative Reform Other No Pref.
Northeast Section 57 126 305 9 97
Northwest Section 513 806 398 4 190 245
Southeast and Southwest 811 1142 739 18
Gables, etc. 53 122 175 7 28
Total 1434 2196 1617 38 560
Total Percentage 24.5 37.6 27.7 0.6 9.6
3126 4858 3233 285 1605
TOTAL GREATER MIAMI 23.8 37.1 24.7 2.2 12.2
Although Miami's Jewish pop-
ulation got off to an earry start
with 20 individuals reporting
that they had resided here over
40 yearsonly 38 adults or .1 per
cent stated that they were born
in this county. The remainder of
the Jewish population has emi-
grated from 40 states and 18 for-
eign countries.
Pui'ing the course of the survey
6093 heads of families reported
their previous places of residence.
Of this group 3053 or 50 per cent
of the total, gave New York City
?s their former home. 4585, or
(5 per cent, came from the fol-
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choslovakia, 1; Italy, 1; Mexico,
1; Panama, 1; Soutn Atrica, 1;
South America, 1; Switzerland, 1.
According to the survey, what
then was the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community of about a year
ago? There were about 35,000
(now estimated to be about 40,-
000), almost evenly divided be-
tween men and women. The ma-
jority of the Jewish people re-
sided on Miami Beach. About half
of the population of Miami Beach
is Jewish. "The percentage of
Jews living on the Beach is de-
creasing, however," the survey
reveals, "and there is the likeli-
About a third of the Jewish
community attended or gradu-
ated from college, a very high
ratio in comparison with the gen-
eral population.
Somewhat over 15 per cent
were home-owners.
More than a third of the people
professed to be Conservative in
their religious preference, about
25 per cent considered themselves
Reform and slightly less were
Orthodox. A substantial number,
over 12 per cent, stated they had
no preference.
The occupational distribution
ran the gamut of the classified
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