The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"The Egyptians made the children of Israel to serve with rigor. And they made
their lives bitter with hard service ... in all manner of service .. wherein they
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Israel, other, in the UniteAStates.
Exodus:
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story of the Exodus finds a
striking parallel in this
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suffering and deliverance during
the past decade.
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States, where they must be pre-
pared for new lives in this coun-
try. Meanwhile, in Europe, war-
devastated Jewish communities
must be reconstructed, orphans
aided, food and medical care pro-
vided. Through the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the United Pales-
tine Appeal and the United Serv-
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peal, and through our Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, the great-
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rpmAY. APRIL 15, 1949
Bertman To Head
Membership Drive
George J. Bertman, Miami
Reach realtor, has been named
Leral chairman of the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith spring mem-
bership drive, E. Albert Pallet,
council president, has announced.
According to Bertman, the
drive for 300 new members in the
men's lodges will be launched on
Sunday, April 17, with the Pass-
over festival at the Beach Y.
Women's B'nai B'rith units are
X scheduled to participate in
thedrive for new members under
he leadership of Mrs Beverly
Recker president-elect of theDis: <
Set Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
B'rith Women. a
All persons joining the Jewish
service organization on the eve-
ning of the April 17th carnival,
will receive souvenir premiums
from the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Council.
Assisting Bertman on the mem-
bership drive committee will be:
John Kronenfeld, president of
Sholcm Lodge; David R. Isen,
president of Miami Beach Lodge;
A Budd Cutler, president of
Tropical Lodge; Mark Silverstein,
president-elect North Shore
Lodge; Jerome R. Adelman, presi-
dent of the Coral Gables Lodge;
and Joel Vogel, president of FDR,
BBYM. __________
Leonard Wolf Elected
As Hillel President
Leonard S. Wolf, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf, was re-
cently elected president of the
Hillel" Foundation of City College
of San Francisco. Wolf, who is
doing his pre-legal work there in
preparation for entering the Uni-
versity of California Law School,
graduated from Miami Senior
High School and attended the
University of Florida, where he
was active in I. Z. F. A. activities.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Wolf and
their family, former residents of
Miami and Miami Beach, they are
now residing in Oakland, Calif.
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PAGE THREE
Hadassah Group
Holds Shower
The Deborah Group of Hadas-
sah held its annual "April
Shower" at the Delmonico Hotel,
Miami Beach, Monday at 1:30 p.m.
This year's affair will be a linen
shower for the benefit of the
Hadassah Medical Organization
and all gifts will be sent to com-
plete supplies in the various med-
ical units in Israel.
Mrs. Milton Lehr and Mrs.
William Levy, Hadassah Supplies
co-chairmen, were in charge
of the event. Mrs. Leo Levin,
president of Deborah, presided
at a short business meeting at
which the slate for the coming
year was announced.
Mrs. Jerry Rogen presented
a musical skit entitled "The Bliz-
zard of 1949." Cast included Ro-
chelle Perl, Miriam Jacoby, Geor-
gie Yalman, Bernice Rose, Gloria
Feldman, Pearl Rubin and Rhoda
Mufson.
Brothers Reunited
Two brothers, who had not
seen each other for 40 years, were
reunited at the Seaboard Air Line
Railroad station last week.
They are Morris Steinberg, 125
S.W. 17th Road, and Jacob Stein-
berg, who was recently released
from a concentration camp in
Germany, where he and his fam-
ily had been confined for four
years.
Accompanying Steinberg were
his wife, two daughters, a son-
in-law and two small children.
The Steinbergs plan to settle here.
AUTO GLASS
Installed While You Walt
Full Line of
Auto Accessories and Parts
ADAMS GLASS
SERVICE
1805 Purdy Avenue
Call 58-3756 or 5-4316
Baker Creates Display
Mickey Schuttert, baker at the
Famous restaurant 671 Washing-
ton Ave., is displaying a unique
Window arrangement at the
Beach dining spot. The timely
Passover display which is built
entirely of sugar depicts two
scenesone of the Jews crossing
the Red Sea; the other a family
Seder.
Dr. Erna Klass
Dr. Erna Klass
Opens Of lice
Dr. Erna K. Klass announces
the opening of her office for the
care of infants and children at
2398 S.W. 22nd St. (Coral Way).
Dr. Klass, who received word last
January that she had passed her
Florida State Medical Board ex-
aminations and was licensed to
practice medicine in this state, is
the wife of Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the mo-
ther of twin sons. She has been
affiliated with the Dade County
Health Unit as doctor for the
county's schools and baby clinics.
A graduate of Frederick Wil-
helms Medical School, Breslau,
Germany, Dr. Klass took post-
graduate work at Columbia Uni-
versity Medical School, New
York City. She interned at Rich-
mond, Va., and received her li-
cense to practice in that state in
1948. Dr. Klass later served as
resident in pediatrics at Gallinger
Municipal Hospital, Washington,
D. C, and two years as resident
in psychiatry at Springfield State
Hospital, Md.
Beth El PTA Meets
Frank Bonner of Washington,
D. C, who has gained national
recognition as a sleight-of-hand
artist, was presented to the mem-
bers of the Congregation Beth El
PTA by Milton Sachs, president,
at a meeting last week.
Rabbi Murray Grauer requested
parents to cooperate during the
Passover holidays in the interest
of community public relations by
refraining from sending their chil-
dren to public school on the
first and last days of Passover.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
1448 N.W. Sixty-Second Street
Phone 7-9472
PENICILLIN DUST
For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear
and Respiratory Infections
Dr. Springmyer. Physician
79th St. (Tlinic
249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-8407
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Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other
high quality food products nearly
a score of superior Passover foods
that enhance Holiday menus!
25th YEAR
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Capable seasoned staff
Resident Physician and Nurse
Directors:
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver
950 Jefferson Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239
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with family, friends, temple,
bv sending the one gift
that truly expresses the
significance of the day.
Make it a lovely corsage, a
tall, proud lily at the Pass-
over services, a bouquet ol
crisp tulips for the family, a
blooming plant for the
shut-in.
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Enrollment strictly limited to small groups Only a few
vacancies left.
29TH SEASON SAME OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT
Many children from Miami and Miami Beach spend happy
summer vacations at Blue Mountain Camp and share in
its Fun and Fellowship, Joy and Inspiration. For further in-
formation, and CAMP CIRCULAR, communicate with
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Ti-.e IsraeLTransjordan armisdce ccreem
ocr.ieved after weelcs of negctic-icns" which*w
times seemed on the verge of collapse rrarks th
beginning of an era of peaceful kernels end
fruitful cooperation between the twe .-.cr.ior.s
v. ding of course no outside force is perrnirted to
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cut o: p.ere .- _s cnty so oectruse eve: s.r.ce th
Palestine question came to interr.o-.c.-.oi atten
tion certcin elements left no stc.-.e ..-.turned in
their efforts to thwart ogreemer.- Whether thev
wdl continue cr nbstum from the- fc~.e: policies
remains to be seen.
Basically the Arab states yielded ceccuse thev
lost a wca into which they were pushed against
their own volition. But they also v.elded because
the great cai of people in those countries had
death, destruction end chaos. The ftwi io Paies.
tine before and crher Israel wus prc.clo.med were
Arch countries were fully conscious o: the fad
that they were bemg usea as pr*T_s in z game
they could not win under any o_-r-.-s-or.ces and
irrespective cf its outcome. That i: hoc to cost so
evident to the informed and the h:.-.es: is only
Am armisdee is only a step tevrd pecce. If
there isn t Ibct interference rcm vr.--:u: which
end arduous z task, pecce may perch en that part
:: the world sooner than emected
literal ree no cement. Yet r.tuul cmo orryer are
be hcc:e-d up thus time with generosity beyond
any m the part,
The end o: this 21~Jn cent-ury Exodus story is in
cur hands- This is the year the n:-r'.?ss at
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Beach Lodge To
Install Officers
a R feen, Miami Beach
D,f u-ili be installed as presi-
r'if eM.am, Beaeh Lodge.
J?nt:R--ith a< a dinner in the
Bna?H otel Miami Beach, Sun
BTpSS 5 :30 p.m.
Ln who has been a resident
f Miami Bca.h for the past nine
of .has been very active in the
}S of lh ,,:r.mu:..ty. He is a
Scr of \he Hibiscus Masonic
Sc. *e Civic League vice
Sent of the Bureau of Jewish
Kation, director of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Hiehlieht of the affair will be
JSS by Sen. Claude Pep-
Pe0thcr officers who will be in-
stalled by Milton A. Friedman,
fflnt of the Florida Federa-
tion of B'nai B'nth Lodges, arc:
nr Godfrey K. Newman, Sam W.
Shapiro, Jules P. Charming, vice
presidents: Jack Gold, recording
secretary: S. Laurence Sootin,
treasurer: Seymour Satin, finan-
cial secretary; Harry Zukernick,
monitor; Siegfried Geismar, as-
ssistant monitor; S. D. Spear,
warden: Barnctt Beckerman,
guardian: Jack Abbott, Walter C.
Kovner, Harold Turk, Arthur
Frishman. Jack August, George
j Bcrtman, Sol Goldstrom, Max
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Scroll Of Law To
Be Presented To
Hebrew Academy
More than 60 pupils of the He-
brew Academy will present a
Passover musical program at the
Siyum Hatorah exercises at the
school auditorium, Jefferson Ave
and 6 St., Miami Beach, Sunday
evening. April 17. at 8 o'clock.
At these exercises Mrs. Rose
Ehrenreich and her sons, Jacob
lard Milton, will present a Scroll
of the law to the academy in
memory of the late William
Ehrenreich, who was an active
worker in behalf of the academy
and was affiliated with numerous
educational, religious and philan-
thropic organizations in Miami
and throughout the country.
Beth El Card Party
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth El will sponsor a card party
April 24 at 8 p.m. at the Dora
August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W.
17th Ave., according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Milton
Freedman, chairman of the event.
Refreshments will be served.
Reservations may be made by
calling 9-3004.
4.iilisire-mi Park
To Close April 19
Only a few days remain before
the 1948-49 season closes at Gulf-
stream Park on Tuesday, April
19, at which time horses and
horsemen will fold their tents and
steal away for other racing
strongholds.
The mutuels are also rollicking
along to me tune of $23,200,000
at this time, as compared with
last year's $24,552,176. It would
now seem that Gulfstream will
reach a final total of $27,000,000,
or an average of $675,000 a day,
an 8% increase in a year of div-
ing pari-mutuels.
David R. I sen
Lieber, Charles Weinberg, trus-
tees.
George J. Talianoff is chairman
of the event. Reservations may be
made by calling 5-2435.
Councilman Turk
Opposes 5% Tax
Miami Beach City Councilman
Harold Turk this week sent let-
ters to all members of the Dade
delegation in Tallahasee express-
ing his vigorous
opposition to
what he terms
the "discrimi-
natory" five
per cent tax on
hotel rooms
and other ac-
comodations.
Terming the
bill a "form of
class legislation
which seeks to
impose a tax
upon certain
,. limited type of
Harold Turk industry or
business." Turk asserted that the
proposed tax was "unsound and
unreasonable."
One nf his strongest objections,
Turk said, was that the tax makes
no distinction between permanent
residents and tourists. He said
the tax would particularly hurt
those residents who live in hotel
rooms, rooming houses and apart-
ments the year round and who
cannot afford the extra five per
cent levy.
"With regard to concessions in
trade," Turk said, "anything
which will place an additional
burden and charge on this traffic
is bound to have a harmful ef-
fect.
"Wth regard to concessions in
hotels," the councilman con-
tinued, "this proposed tax would
definitely work a hardship .
it will be an additional burden on
the already overburdened small
business man and concessionaire
who wiii nave to pay an addi-
tional five per cent tax on top}
of the rent."
The effect of the tax is para-
doxical, Turk said. "We talk in
terms of keeping down the cost
of living and our state now
proposes to be the most extensive
violator of this proposition."
Turk warned that the Miami
and Miami Beach areas will be
hardest hit in the event that the
measure is passed and urged the
Dade delegation to oppose the
tax when it is brought to the floor
for discussion.
FOR MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
HARRY
ZUKERNICK
luno Seventh
Truman Receives
ADL Medallion
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Presi-
dent Truman was presented with
"America's Democratic Legacy
Medallion" by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith at
the White House this week. The
President said he was happy to
accept the award.
Meier Steinbrink, New York
State Supreme Court Jusice and
chairman of the A.D.L., who made
the presentation, pledged to the ]
President the support of B'nai
B'rith in his civil rights stand.
Steinbrink asked the President
not to lose courage or faith in
his program to insure civil rights
for all Americans.
REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ.
SHOCHET
Will be on the premises at
GUILFORD'S
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
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FOR PASSOVER
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MAX WILNER
LEON SCHACHTER
BETTY SIMINOFF
All Yiddish Songs,
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Miller Asks Support
For Cancer Drive
Oscar F. Miller, chairman of
the drive for memberships now
being conducted bv the American
Cancer Society and Dade County
Cancer Institute, revealed yester-
day that there is more enthusiasm
in the fight against cancer this
year than ever before.
"The age adjusted cancer death
rate for women," Miller said,
"actually has begun to decrease,
and the rate of increase in
deaths among men has slowed
down in recent years."
The signs that the battle against
cancer is being won are not just
wishful thinking. Miller asserted.
They are facts backed by care-
fully compiled medical statistics.
He added that credit for this
hopeful trend goes chiefly to the
campaign of public education
which has been financed by con-
tributions to the American Can-
cer Society and to expansion of
facilities for the detection, diag-
nosis and treatment of cancer.
"But," Miller warned, "don't
let the trend lull you into a sense
of false security. The battle
against cancer hasn't been won
finally and completely."
"Cancer still is one of the most
dangerous threats that hangs
over our lives. The chances are
one in six that it will strike you
or me at some time in our lives.
It's true that age-adjusted cancer
death rate for women--and note
that that's the cancer death rate,
not the total number of cancer
deathsis going down. But the
total number of cancer deaths,
among both men and women, was
the greatest last year of any time
in our history."
Miller pointed out a stratling
fact: at least three, probably as
many as five, of every ten cancer
deaths that occur every year
could be prevented.
Cancer is not hopeless as many
people think. Miller said that
doctors declare about "half the
people cancer strikes can be
cured if they get the chance to
start treatment early enough.
Thousands of cases of cancer are
being cured every year.
A fact that is little known gen-
erally is that cancer is one of the
greatest killers of children Miller
continued. As a cause of death
it has climbed from fifth place
Bob Miller and Ray Atkins,
students at Miami Edison High
School, recently won the third
annual Dade County high school
debate contest sponsored by
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in
the Pan American room of the
Columbus Hotel.
Subject of the debate was: "Re-
solved: That President Truman's
Civil Rights Program Should Be
Enacted Into Law By Congress."
The winners represented the af-
firmative side.
Accompanied by the debate
coach, Hugh Allsworth, the win-
ners who took the trophy from
the Miami Senior High School,
last year's winners, will receive
an all expense trip to Washing-
ton, D. C. ..
While in the capital they will
be entertained bv Senator Spes-
sard Holland and Representative
George Smathers and officers of
the lodge. They will visit Mount
Vernon, Arlington cemetery, the
National Art Gallery and other
major points of interest.
Judges for the final contest, in
which 35 students from five high
schools took part, were Donald
Sprague, of the faculty of the
University of Miami; Dante Fas-
cell, Miami attorney and Ed Res-
nick, an outstanding debater of
the University of Florida.
Representing the negative team
were Beverly Vennum and Do-
lores Tharp of Miami Jackson
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The Dade County Cancer In-
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Mrnnd Mrs. Harry Shevach of
/ York City, were entertained
t" m at a cocktail party m
C of their forty-fifth wedding
r vnr arv g^en by their son
r^Ster-in-law, Mr. and
[jrs. Randolph
Avc.,
Shevach, 3426
Miami Beach.
mnng the 250 guests were many
^t and friends of the
lL who have been annual
K 2K to Miami Beach
ri of the party was the
fcl wedding cake made to re-
cent a Western Union tele-
E inscribed with a congrat-
E- message from absent
mbers of the family. Inserted
thc cake were individual mini-
. fmst glasses which each
B |S!d up and drank to the
?e%tvachs-Plan to leave for
J; York on April 22 after a
fi month visit with their chil-
li andgrancichildren.
Mrs. Lewis Takes
art In I. Of M.
anhol Workshop
Mrs Sidney L. Lewis, 1801
bortez Avc.. Coral Gables, was
Ine of the guests of honor at the
fjniversitv of Miami Panhellenic
tinner last week where she por-
Icipatcd in the Panhellenic
Workshop. Her topic was "The
[nprovement of Scholarship.'
Mrs Lewis, who is alumnae ad-
fcisor of Alpha Epsilon Phi
lororitv at the university and
lixth province director, is vice
President of the Greater Miami
jUumnae Association of Alpha
Epsilon Phi. She is also a mem-
JJer of thc Panhellenic of Miami,
|ht Women's Voters League, the
American Jewish Congress and
J'nji B'rith Women.
On Tuesday, April 19, Mrs.
Lewis will leave for inspection
If the Alpha Epsilon Phi chap-
ters at the University of Florida,
he University of Alabama, Van-
lerfailt University and University
f{ Tennessee. On her itinerary is
l brief stay in Chicago where she
rill visit her parents, Mr. and
. David Axelrod.
. Mrs. Samuel Cohen, national
ktesident of Alpha Phi Epsilon,
Is now visiting on Miami Beach
kith her husband, Dr. Cohen of
Cleveland, Ohio.
PAGE NINE
March 30 at the Gross?*SSt2 w luncheon of the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women held on
Mn P V.m! ^ m 9 i o Ca?t Hote,1 were ChUl M*?LYuSS Mr," rhSr"T9lr:A"1,,ITdi,i? M r0 MrS" J- H- Kane' Mrs- I- Slotsky, MrSP H
Mr, rrninoL kM: ^ k6S Turk' MrS f Mackovsky, Mrs. B. Sherry and Mrs. Harold Turk.
dinrJW-hTr' r lo J b*ca* *>?J the organization, has agreed to be hostess at a
f^-fli" m o^l I *2WL a. president of the group was Mrs. Charles Turk, who will be
installed on May 8 at 8 p.m. at the Tides Hotel. Councilman Harold Turk will be installing officer.
Debbs To Conduct
llillel Services
Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women's Chapter, will
participate in Friday night serv-
ices at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce
de Leon Blvd., on Friday, April
15, at 8 p.m.
Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami,
will conduct services. Participants
will inqlude Lillian Goldstein,
Doris Brown, Rita Schwartz, Don-
na Feldman, Bobbie Schwartz
and Charlotte Sandier. Joanne
Shier is in charge of arrange-
ments and Doris Klein will act
as publicity chairman for the
event.
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Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild will leave immediately after
the Passover holidays for a two-month combined business and
pleasure trip in the North.
* *
Mrs. George Hornik, 4155 N.W. 5th St., gave a surprise
"baby shower" last week at her home in honor of Mrs. Leonard
Wallach who recently gave birth to a boy, Ronald Arthur. Over
30 guests were present, including members of the Coral Gables
Auxiliary Chapter of the AVC, Mrs. Irving Laibson and Miss
Beverly Raphael.
* + *
Milton A. Friedman, state director of the B'nai B'rith, has
just returned from a tour of the northwestern section of Florida
where he installed the officers of the Pensacola Lodge at a
banquet at the Surf Club in that city and also addressed a
dinner meeting of the Tallahassee Lodge.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner, 809 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables,
entertained about 25 friends at a Seder service given in their
home Wednesday evening, April 13. The Seder was conducted
by Leon Honig. The four questions were asked by Paul Kussner,
son of the hosts.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis left this week for Hendersonville,
N. C.i where they will make improvements at their summer re-
sort, Duncraggan Inn, which they will open for the season on
June 1.
Pianist Departs
I"or Israel
Miss Henriette Michelson, who
has appeared in conceits in this
area very frequently, played a
farewell recital in Town Hall,
New York City, recently before
departing for Israel, where she
will make her permanent home.
With her three concert grand
pianos and extensive library of
music literature, Miss Michelson
sailed for Israel April 5. She al-
ready has a number of recitals
scheduled for the new nation and
will devote all her energies to
the development of music in that
area.
The pianist has had a long ca-
reer as a recitalist in New York
and as a teacher at Julliard
School of Music. She is sister
of Mrs. Marie Volpe, University
of Miami symphony manager.
ABE EISENBERG
Mrs. Farr to Head Isaiah Executive Lunch
National Council
Mrs. Aaron Farr was elected
president of the Miami Section
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women at a meeting last
week.
Others elected were Mrs. Max
Dreyer, first vice president; Mrs.
Nathaniel M. Levin, second vice
president; Mrs. Mortimer E. Fine,
recording secretary; Mrs. Bernard
C. Fuller, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treas-
urer; Mrs. Joseph F. Gleieher,
financial secretary; Mrs. Julius
Mufson, assistant financial secre-
tary.
Three-year directors include
the Mesdames Harold Rand, Nat
L. Williams, William Capland, J.
Gerald Lewis, Aaron Kanner.
Two-year directors are the Mes-
dames Irving Kobley, Joseph
Williamson, Morris Alpert, Julius
Mufson, Edward L. Cowen. Di-
rectors elected for a one-year
term are the Mesdames Stanley
Frehling, Leon Kaplan, Harry
Schiff, David Phillips, Sidney L.
Weintraub.
The Temple Isaiah executive
will hold luncheon meetings on
Thursdays at 12:15 p.m. at the
Delano Hotel.
Members of the executive in-
clude: Julius Jay Perlmutter,
president; Dr. Maurice Rich, vice
president; Dr. Seymour Kreisler,
vice president; Ben Tupler, treas-
urer; Abe Schonfeld, secretary;
Ben Silver and Joseph Rosenthal.
membes of the board of directors.
Plans for expansion of the
temple will be made. ________
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Scout Get-Together
A Scout get-together for Boy
Scouts of Troop No. 6 and their
parents will be held Monday,
April 18, at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Y, according to Nat Gans, chair-
man.
A special program depicting the
activities of thc troop will be pre-
sented and Passover refreshments
will be served.
Scouts and their
urged to attend.
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ANNOUNCES THAT:
Any information about Chometz after Passover in con-
nection with the Jewish Law may be obtained from our
Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 818 Michigan Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, phone 5-3595. _j.j
In order to be sure that a store is supervised and endorsed
by the G.M.V.H. look for the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth displayed in the meat market in order
tSX^SSSS-tb. identification ring of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth. H 1 O 3 M____J
4 Baked products of the S & G Bakery in the city and the
Paramount Bakery on the Beach may be obtained after
5. Be'sure'that the Jewish grocers sold their Chometi before
you get any Chomets products from them after the HoU-
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15, 1949
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I Albert ?il.-: president :'.
in the ::-:.:t ....... .? -= --;-, tt ne mi avm-*
.V-". IL4L ..- ;-- >.. ;\ M-ac r '- :- register
fcr :.cr cocxtt floh%. -~-* .- -.. >-< of the o.--
;H.vN.r?.T N :a ^p,;, _- Florida
. ;. sr.c.er LCCfe ;;:;;-? ;-:;.- "-:
________________________ ptfauxt I :auj; >B
r- t~i Zi 7~ -'**
or. Judaecms Meet .--* -
-
.
;-:--5
t- -
_.,-.: records, render Lei
sad Passover Play" wai ..;--
Crcujj :: ;; he3d Tuesday -igi:
':; at Passover sc^rs ;-d ; "'" ; "'
r.iTi: a: a-r... 7 !.
I 3 :' SSJaA>
:-.. : .- si
_ ^ r~.-T
ON
P THE
......HT :n and
FOR DADE OCNTT FLORIDA.
IN 7HAN7EF.Y N :;
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. macde '
re ml*, ct> b broadb en t
on
Record
rtaln
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tlon
the :. win* dscr!bed property:
1Wood-top work table with vise:
Miscellaneous lot. used electric bulbs:
1{' bench grinder; 2lar*e rolls
canvas convertible eoverir.s;. 1metal
work table: 1tool table. 1
' Irmulic Jack: 1floor roller: 1tilt-
back chair: 2battery charters; 1
Dttol valve motor checker:
2nxvgen tank, goggles and hose:
:a:r tanks. 1ejrease pump-erun;
18' ladder: 2metal roll ins; shelves:
Itail ;:pes; 47:5'>-l Inner tubes
..r.d otter tabs*; IJacks: 1desk;
v'.arse metal cablr.eU; 4metal cab-
1air compressor. 1cash rec-
itar; 1adding- machine: 2tool
.- t-- with hydraulic brake equip-
2metal chests with mlscsl-
equlpmer.t: 1safe;
;metal table; 1oi:er: 1 lathe: 1
- ..- :large search-
light: 2metal stools: 1sewing
1file cabinet: approxi-
:i cartons of miscellaneous
.-._. t-jlts. gaskets and other auto-
. parts and accessaries and
equlpmer.: '. r working on same;
en palr.t :- :::-J3 Ford T^w
---< aerial Ko tl-ls-s^tattt, :-45
:-' -ia Lirense No. 1 K-ltt; for any
| this equipment
c*il -lSS7: ar.l a!i persons are notl-
fled -ha: I win **:: the sail described
personal pr ;-.->- I jhet and
- -, -
Normandy School
Observes Passover
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>
r*:?. rcr rvrr ~.. .;.:a.-
:n :HaNCE?.T S:
;"-".nk >: -.
anna x-. -.-:-:j-: :---u::
- -> THE STATE T F! -, r ..
-- ? ANN: >_i
a. ced .-c ; T-tr-. a*- .*
iry :: .^s ::- Brcc* New Tor*
" i-- -- -i rdered est Idsr for cash at the s.ruth door
.-.i-- : = .. :f ".- '-h* r-aie County Courthouse In
_ -- -.:'-* ;.: M ." u.-.ry. f. --' -r -- :ii. OB the Si4 day of May. 1M.
a ^i K .i-- ::h*.-w-je h* b*tvaa :h boar* of 11:00 o'clock
u t : a M a.-.! : o'doek PM. said sale
jro ----- n-.aie tr satlfy said execution
7 .. .-- t.x'ther with >::s including c-::s of
~ l :: Lir rf March, IMS purchaser t: pay for Sheriffs
z ? I-eatkee-Man 3..: -: Sal*.
-< -: t rourt. Date-i .-. :: \fir--h. :m
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PEIOE
Dapaty CSark.

Sheriff of Dads County. F!oti.
By. A. G HARKNESS.
Deputy Sheriff.
Woodard, Attys at Law
10-13 Biscay=e Bid*
* L-l-15-22
LEGAL NOTICES
not,CE uno| ncrTr^r
NOTICE IS HEREBT^t, .
ths undersigned, deslr'r.r ;',?>, l
buslnesa under the flctl-lo .. *** '"
Eddy s Market at IsVlV w-m
Arenue, Miami. Florida u. 1 Jr,l
rerlster said a'm, 'withV* oP"* to
the Circuit Court orru-! Cirl< of
Florida.
. ,, l?UWo^e,MEHLE
l/U-25 1/1-8-15
NOT.CE UNOE^CTlr^r
boataawa under the ,?'*!' ln.
THE SID-MAR MF> V t>0,!
MARKET at US5 N W 3-h* Av^D
Miami. Florida. Inland to !*
said name with ths C.erX A .vr
gjclt Court of Dale E g^J"^
HARRT DTOOOI
GERTRCDE IV'jOiv
THEODORE J. BAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
3 1S-24 4/1-1-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW US
NOTICE 13 HBBXBT GIVEN thii
the ur.derslsjr.ed. daatrlag ,. sntafsS
b-jslneas under the .'.::-. .\*7 "}
Archie's Tavern at I. i \ E" i
Avenue, Intends to register sa.d'nim.
with the Clerk of the g
of Dade CooaQr. : "' Wlt
morris a Kaufman
'Sole Owner)
ELRT STOKE
Attorney for Applicant
4 1-S-15-22-2S
ORDER OF PLBL C*T ON
CONSTANCE DI BLAS1 "v.
JOSEPH DI BLAS1 -
THE STATE OF FT
TO: JOSEPH DI BLA.--.
107 Mountain Road.
rear of 224 Ogdaa Avenue,
In care of Mrs. L I.-
Jersey City. New Jersey
TO* are hereby r tlflec '. -;re4
to appear to the Bl.. I t for
Divorce, f:led asnUast :- u,,
above a::- '.e-i cause OB -* -e th
2S day allegations of said B::i -. T takM
as coafeased by you.
. 1 -' r : e
- \ -. M_k=: T.:ri
:_ ---..; Z-~; .-:-.!il
: = rE= C- tBL CA'ION
-_- Z N --N- Tiix :i?.~V".T COCET OF THE
-i-Ti aad ies^ads -- > :; iay :'. A;nl IS4J ..ther
either saay ha-.e aa:r.s-. .he the aUecatlons m 1 bill w;a be
~5=.-.< -: ?h .:; Er.s-T .-:: i*ca4e-l i U."
hau of Hudson County New .Nrs*;.-.
the Hoc W
tj Jadsra
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AL CTECVTT !N AXD ^- :" '-_ tie ": :r.-.y C srthouse
FOB r .'.: E COCXTT FLi RID A i" Tiie r:.r-- E -.'a. within ---.
:n rHANCEET N: :.* .i.T-ir saooths froai tha ftate of tis
KATHZETNE rJTEr:EL.', ;^.-:'f r_-st p.i a^:n hereci Said
RZE C_a r-'erlar: !e=a=-;i -- --.- the
tr- as confessed against you
DOKE AND ORDERED THIS M
i.y at Mir:- IMS
1. B. LK.\THER>LOC.
< cf the Circuit Court
Ctrcwit Court Basil
By P. H RICE JR..
Deputy C'.erk
ROB J TALL4.NOFF
- t -- r^f.- r.z___\ .- -;u:: -- :i e .es;i. a^i- ii^siwin iaidA.iUfr
r::E :? HXXE3T JTVEN -"HE STATE P FLORIDA '. the rfi.raa=t uad to :- swem ~ rttor for Plaintiff
: T :n RZaiKlV.L>\. ta i.-i ;rese=.i-l as af:resjaJd. or 4 :-l-li-t3
''' "--_; -s :e bsarred 5ee Section :: ----------------------------------------------
--.. .. T -< 5f the :J4 Prcc*te Act not CE "0 appear
. --i ?--.,- ^uu. Ctty T .-- -- --: red to :. yosu rt Ma- B. AD 1HI :n the ::?.--: 7 : .' p 7
- -:-M-ir-- : .....lECof Cos- ANNA KLINGER AND
_ :---: : T ----, ir.-.; ,--, ^-i BERNARC W ENGELHA-RDT
F rj*. the : lar .; .. a- -li-i-r Executors :'. the
_ 'L.N '-_' erw-jte the aTesratioes La^t WE vr:i Testament -'. TT. -.7
_r -: 3 :- tahen as B0- Ecs^hardt Deceased.
"- I WALTER KOVNER
r.T-.- a: Ma-. ~ -:, :-j | >.-.- e; for A-tcL-ir. E-te-:uton
rf Ma." -
.HE
I-..-. JCDICLAI. CntCtTT OF
PL" RTDA. :N ANT' FOR DADE
NTT IN CHAXCERT, N
NOTICE UNDER p CT
NAME LAW
n -t:ce :s heresv ::n :h.t
-.he undersigned, de:--- a
r the flet .~:e of
City Auto Tr-u:k 8pr_-.| ^
N V 5ith Street. Mtacti r1on#s.
- 1 to resr-ster aaJ i si: .:i lie
Cirri '. the Circ-u.t :-:ie
1: .: Florida.
PAfL E ANTE
I. WILLL.M zv :-: LN
j a."..-.ers
' I-I5-22-H 5 4
NOTICE UNDER FICT OCS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ilVZS that
the anderaisrned. de.L-:.-.< engage to
... .
na.
: = : = = z- =.=. :*- s>
E ? _.EaTHE?.MaN n: E-a-k.
: --* .* : l 11 2. 4 -.-i-:s
- :. .:- Sea ---------------------------
2y "s"M w_ ?7:::<:n- : = rp c- =_s_ cat-on
stierwjse
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T-tr -~--i :n THE TTR-mT "VP.T E THE r he estere-1 a-a.r.-.
.:-.- JXTDiclAL ?:e-v:t :n an: 1 E] M Anrfl, ad
for : .:r : vntt Florida. m
-:-\,"--^^^V ; :z: ? E,B LEATHERilAN ::e-c
MAN I 1 -r. ..re: ;:.- S*a
PACLCfE M-4.NTEG.4JvL De.'eid- By M C FEiGE
_n:-_:e -: = = E*a ~Ithe"state or -_-?.-a murtm a tawnv.iP*10 3trk
f-^-v.--;"_;:. v~ _?:,the -: -. l,w ^*
Astoria, L I N-w Trt Man. Pkrlsh
5-Of STL'-EE
- ". '. ? j *
: : iBsrrtw ? i
Karl r a
M.4.RGARET I-TTEN
ARTHVH -" S"
E-3 _a: Parta
AMOfi BFLN.'AMI.N
A-.-.crr.ey for Applicant!
1 -.:-:.-.- ;
3r M : ee: :-e
r-fa B-iLd r
Ka=; : r- _a
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aJL>. -:.--'e :: au..--e I
iiat y .
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--y^--:- *-- ;.---; -r. is :c & -orfarPSa
a;-_ 349 : ;:-r--j = :.-r
Ma-
li 4 .- -U
n : -" > i va. I 3^. M
;-i_it w-_ :- --i_t?; aa xc- '
eased : : : 1.
* :- :.: ted :c:e S" CE .n:E= c;-----;_s
a sacs rrw w -. si .*
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ted 1 -He ;:.-- FVrvta. -e ;-ie-six- ~.Sf"'..; t '
THERJCAN ; HN MOORE Defends
..-:--. ----- _.-.E STATE ? FLORIDA
' HN MOORE
T :c=> Aver .-
Jeraaj New lotany
- are :.-ety re-;._-e-i tc '. .e ycur
= -" PSaaatlffs Bffl :f C- --
-1 h the aheve--
e the 2nd day of
ie.-wias the a^esra
:e -a= as
1-^' --
- i-T-t
1 -. laj :.' Ma.-:^ a:
T" r t
W5SJ tuue E.rx .f ti- CV:.i ;. --;. -. I TT^i
?JCAN 3s
:' Boassi e Market at P-ac-
Va-, r"o. .z-.--.ii to
?srj'er sa. i -a-e w X
= Ctr^u-t ::.-. if la^e : .--.y
DATED at M-a=ii. r.ortda, UUa 1
Liy :.' A;r_ .Hi
E B LEATHERMAN
By Wit W STOCKING
AM SIL^-ER '-"'^ ***
* : : : lint ff
-'-- ?u.^i-g
m^=. a r.:-.a
HI -22-2}
- ---*- N a. 77 5^C5 Z'. N
a 1 -:=-22
Vil
:m =.-T*i-
- v 7 s a.-1 K- -
=ed ic fLe rrcr a^eau-uesj tha
lay :r May A 7 .io zerw*, i-I lZl -.
:.s
- s .- -
< -A- ery Aiaica -^.
T : 7 >.ee bbbbs t rt ee.ee -
- a;;e_raa : x-.-.
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BT7D0ON :t
nc~ :e .\:is r c
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.: "~^^7:, -iv ;ti-a*-'-1'- A r ^^HUr^^
mob uader tie fircssc'U -aur^ -*
* =::- a: -.1 N Jta.=. > ~
Ma.- Fiiir-la. -:-is v -^j-j:*r MTLT'V
o-d :ai wtih tie C2r* if -_k Ttr- A--..--
" 'Ti:- :ci;7y yrr-ia. .13 Sr ;.:.: 5.
, .____M:-_-5 =E3vZ7_ Le*- xar ?- u
i.l-'--3 i 1 v.-l-U-S
-- -- : :aT ; A?-. ...
1 -
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-Ma^-^:^-"
":e^Ja-:'S ? r^ET ^TFEB,
--? Weet Faratio ?--
i--;s*. Sew Tak
Tew are hereby srdered to aprear
'- '-"; !:;"'- '", *'- =* 'or divorce
- s* v a--.: 24. :n$. or De-
NOTICE UNDER FlCTlT O^S
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 3IVES till
he :-;.->!rr.ed. deatr.r.g : r^age ir
bostnees under the Let:: g;
^.ertier Top Bol Co it 10*3 N "
ith Street. Mia.-cl. ra. -=tends M
register sajd narr.e w.ti-
the Ctnruit Cert :.' 1
FVrri-la.
JOSEPH GE?.?:-i:P-
! 25 4 :--:5-22
NOTICE UNDER FlCTlT CIS
NAME LA/.
NOTICE !S HEREBY IIVEN '-Sa1
the undersigned, deatriag -"-' ** ;
i.'.nese ur.der the fsctit -? "^
: RAKB V1LL.4.S a: ''
Tatura Waterway in :i.- *
A.-ci Beach. FTcr.dA. BlUad -']'
the seud =a-ue with the .
f : Rorwa,
Jacob ff.:et -
cl.4jre friei 1
george j tallin-ff
> rmejr for App'.icaati
42a Lincoin Ro4
4 :-j-:-2a-x
NOTICE TO CRED T0RS...OT
IX THE COLNTT JTTDGES ..^"r
IX AXD FOR DA7E >-Ol NTT.
FLORIDA. LN PROBATE, N*
:-.":->: ESTATE OF SAM KALE*
Deeoased. u...
To AU Cred.tcrs and -VL Fer*--.=
~r Ciauma or De-*-** -s
Again*!
Sa.i Estate
. aeraky
Toes, aad oach of yc >
notified aad reuL-ed tc ; *--. -,.
.Aims aad Jemaais w.-..-_ -J-ftht
either of ycu. ba> have **.-" '
estate of S.4.M KALES M f^-K!
.>f Miaau Beach. Dade ^c--->' .
Ida. to ee Her. w F ,-7-7^-^
Coenty Jadere of Dade >/--- tW
ma the same t= iu* --* i" nty.
-..: ty Courthouse m ^3*.
wtL b catered
M C FIE^S.
________e;ury
r?_-sr MAX
-v w r:-*7_v3
ttU A KBWMAM D,pstT ^^
BSSssat^rs r E*a --_*
il-eVtsVa
Pre _" -' -
aura;.- st yoo,
::^:A^ "ISP
E. B LEATHERM-VN.
t ":,- See!'' : "" COtt"-
By WM. W STOCKING.
TT7RX eh NEWMAN D^,tT 0rt"
4J Liskx;* Raod
Vt-eVeS-tsl
as aforeaaJd. or =-' *"r,,;'p-**:e
Boa gSS 12* cf tie t^*"
ADat. March IL *f^AlJ .
a. iwtfgi aB,u,t
SAM wat.ana Deceased.
SAM SILVER ^__ _,_
Attorseey for A gssssslsstr*trtt
4.1-4-li-a


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PAGE ELEVEN
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2052 N.W. Second Are.
Commercial
and Residential
Construction
LICENSED AND
INSURED
Guaranteed Work
Phone 3-6924
Eitimatea Cheerfully Given
. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Are.
Miami Baach
Between Fourth and Fifth St*.
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For Synagoguea and Private
Uie. Also for Hebraw Schools.
onso "did
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SUNRAYrMX
HEALTH RESORT
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FOR ROT. COMVALKSCEHCt
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Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
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Look For the 2-Story White
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THURMOND
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CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
82-4202
We Carry a Full Line of
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NORTHERN LAKE FISH
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Also All Soethern Fish
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147 N. W. 5th STREET
LISTEN TO THE
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Musical Hour
WBAY-1490 on Your
Dial
Eery Friday from 11 AM.
to 12 Noon
Eery Sunday from 10 A.M.
to 11 A.M.
A PROGRAM OF POPULAR.
CLASSICAL AND
"TURGICAL MUSIC
IACOR SCHACHTER
Director
Receiving an award from Mrs. Alfred Mamlet (right) are the
Israelites, winners of the Young Judaea song festivaL They are
(L to r.) Sandra Ell. Nancy Rothman, Ruth Godlin, Shirley Marcus,
Carol Levinson. In the rear is Mrs. Doris Pardo, the group's
advisor.
Israelites Win
Songfest Award
Winners of a song festival pre-
sented by the Young Judaea
clubs of Miami Beach March 20
at Temple Beth Sholom were
the Israelites, who received a
plaque from Mrs. Alfred Mamlet,
Young Judaea chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission. The song festival,
whicli is &ii annual event, was
won last year by the Yagour
group of Young Judaea.
Members of the winning team
were: Sandra Ell, Nancy Roth-
man, Ruth Godlin, Shirley Mar-
cus and Carol Levinson. Mrs.
Doris Pardo is leader of the
group.
Program For Aged
A piano recital by the pupils
of Mrs. Lillian Nelson was given
at the Greater Miami Jewish
Home for the Aged last week.
Participating were Paula Weiner,
Renee Hoffman and Francine
Goodman. Mrs. Nelson sang Yid-
dish and Palestinian songs and
led in community singing.
Miami AZA No. 322 presented
all the ladies present with rose
corsages. The program was ar-
ranged by Leo Steinman.
The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
has donated a radio-phonograph
to the Home for the Aged. Any-
one wishing to contribute Yiddish
or Palestinian records for the use
of the residents is asked to call
86-4148.
Newsbits
Two Miami youths were
honored recently when Arthur
IH. Steuer, Jr. and Charles B.
Tutan, Jr. became editor and as-
sistant business manager respect-
1 ively of the "Duke 'n Duchess,"
Duke University's student pub-
lication. Arthur, a sophomore, has
written for the school newspaper
and has also authored scripts for
the university's musicals. Charles,
who is in his junior year, is
majoring in business administra-
tion.
The student editor is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Steuer,
2288 N.W. 34th St.; parents of the
business manager are Mr. and
Mrs. C B. Tutan, 2335 S.W. 19th
Terr.
Clubs Hold Tournament
A ping pong tournament was
played between Weizmann Junior
Young Judaea and the Junior
AZA boys at the Miami Y
last week following their meet-
ings. Other athletic matches are
planned, according to Seymour
Hinkes, Weizmann advisor.
Boys between 10 and 15 years
of age interested in joining the
group are asked to call 3-5854.
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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936 Everglades Concourse
PHONE 6-3755
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PROPERTIES
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MAR. 4th thru APR. 19tn
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Daily Double windows
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No Minors Admitted
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Campaign Workers Vote to Extend Appeal Indefinitely Until Goal Is Reached
Gathered around the Caravan of Hope. Israeli eeruiralent of the Freedom Train,
are workers in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. At this meeting the workers voted
to extend the drive indefinitely until the $1.881.'37 goal is obtained. Lt NUsan
Leviatan. (rights Israeli war hero, who is traveling aboard the train as it visits
American communities, is shown presenting a gift of appreciationa copy of the
Israeli declaration of independenceto Aaron Kanner. co-chairman of the Forty-
Niners.
Spearheading the final phase of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal drive are
the Forty-Niners, "shock troops" who have pledged to devote at least 49 hours to
the campaign or to bring in a minimum of S4900. Standing beside the United Jewish
Appeal's Caravan of Hope which rolled into Miami Sunday are eight leaders of the
group: (1. to r.) William D. Singer, campaign chairman, Aaron Kanner. David
Phillips. Jack Ablin. Joseph Gardner, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Harry Sirkin and Benjamin Meyers.
S!M;:i.<;7 1 Reported
At Son. Meeting
Sparred by the arrival of the
Caravan of Hope. Israel; counter-
part of the Freedom Tra:r_ 50C
workers :r. the 1949 Combined
Jewish Appeal voted to extend
the indefinitely --::: the 11.881 -
737 fr.-a". :s reached
The arrival of the tra:r. wai tc
climax the :':r.al report meeting
of the drive, :-: when informed
:r.k: rr.Iy $??'?.:~4 r.ai. b^or. :::se-
the workers took a standing vote)
t: continue the campaign.
Final p! t the drive will
be spearheaded by the Forty-
Niners, "shock troops" who have
tc devote a minimum of
49 hours :n campaign work or to
rnr.c. in $4900. This group :s de-
termined tc make a "last ditch
;:ar.d "
The meeting was held at Pier
2 where the Caravan of Hope.
which contains replicas of the
Israeli declaration of independ-
ence, the state constitution and
other exhibits from the new na-
tion, was making a one-cay stop.
A plea to continue the cam-
paign to swell that part of the
funds that go for resettlement of
displaced persons in Israel was
made by Paul B. Edwards, who
is traveling aboard the train. Ed-
wards was chief of the Interna-
tional Refugee Organization in
the U. S- zone of Germany.
Edwards' plea was repeated by
two others who fought in Israeli
military forces. They were Lt.
Nissan Leviatan. commander of a
ship that carried refugees through i
the British blockade and a hero '
of numerous ground battles, and1
Col. Miriam Sambursky, leader of
the Women's Home Guard in!
Jerusalem, who directed air raid
precaution measures.
A gift of appreciation a
pJaqi otaining Israel's declara-
tor. ::' Independencewas pre-
sented by :.'. Sambursky to
Aaron Kanner, co-chairman of the
Forty-Niners
f: the total obtained tc date.
5; 106 was reported for the first
Sunday by 'William D Sing-
er genera] chairman of the drive
A penny collecti n totaling 123
vrifentcd t: Singer by Ro-
Roserr.ir. ::r the children
.:' the E-.'r. Jacob Hebrew School
Hadassah Group
To Give Party
A card and games party will
be given by the Miami Group of
Hadassah Wednesday. April 27.
at 8 pm. at the Beth El audi-
torium. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. ac-
r.g to an announcement by
Mrs. H. C- Moser, president. Pro- |
ceeds from the affair are ear-
marked for the Hadassah Hos-
pital in Israel. Mrs. J. Fishmar.
is chairman of the affair.
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited to at-
tend.
Louis Shafkin
Runs For Office
Louis Shafkin, Miami Beach
jeweler, has announced his can-
didacy for the Beach city council
in the June 7 elections.
In making his announcement,
Shafkin underscored the need for
i sound business approach in the
management of municipal affairs.
Major features of his campaign
include the immediate establish-
t of a low cost housing pro-
;ect. additional recreational facil-
ities and playgrounds for chil-
dren, closer cooperation between
the city and the Chamber of Com-
merce.
A former resident of Orlando
and Starke, the candidate has
lived in Miami Beach for many
years. He is a member of the
Masons, Elks, Kiwar.is, Bhai
B'rith, Chamber of Commerce,
Scottish Rite and the Shriners.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949
+Jewist Meridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
H. Kout Seeks
louMiil Seat
Hvlan H. Kout, active worker
in veterans organizations, has
filed his entry as a candidate in
the coming June elections for
Beach councilman.
In presenting his entry, Kout'.
nlatform committee chairman, M
I Kandel stated: "There is more
to running for Miami Beach
council this year than simply pro
nosing the name, securing the
adequate amount of signatures
on a petition legally qualifying
the candidacy and then going out
to round up enough voters and
friends to make a successful run.
For, as has been predicted, the
election will call for men who,
through their background, are
entitled to run for the office; in
this coming 'year of doubt' na-
tionally and locally, any candi-
date must of necessity, present
the experience and interest
through civic and organizational
work, to provide the voter a
good choice to run the govern-
ment of his city. We feel that
'Hy' Kout is such a candidate."
Born in Chicago, 111., where he
took his school as well as pre-
law training before coming here
to study for his law degree at
the University of Miami, Kout,
a thirty-five year old war veteran
has been a resident of Miami
Beach since 1936.
Kout, after joining the Ameri-
can Legion, 40 and 8, and other
war veterans posts here, served
as commander of the Legion Post
for 1947-1948. Kout held the same
office with the JWV. Currently,
BEST WISHES TO MY
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FRANK V. QUIGLEY
131 Alton Road
PHONE 5-2305
A Most Happy Passover
Window Cleaning
Service, Inc.
Fred and Herbert Abrami
Cleaning Specialists
CHIMNEYS FLOORS
WINDOWS
1606 Lenox Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
And Palront .
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127 N. W. 2nd Street
ALL GOOD WISHES
ior the
PASSOVER
H. H. LEWIN
Real Estate
319 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-5073
Seated at the speaker's table at the banquet which climaxed the Hadassah southeastern regional convention held here recently are
(1. tor.) Mrs. Louis Altschul, Mrs. Ruth Fromenson. Mrs. Max Dobrin. Sidney Segal, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Mr.
Goodman, Mrs. Moses Epstein, national political chairman and principal speaker at the banquet, Mrs. J. J. Hell man.
he is deputy chief of staff of the
Department of Florida, JWV, and
has arranged for the annual meet
in Miami of the national conven-
tion of this, the oldest vet group
in the country for October of this
year.
Active in civic affairs for years,
young Kout is presently district
chairman for the junior baseball
activities of the American Legion
for the 10th Florida district; sec-
retary of the Miami Beach Youth
Center, which he helped organ-
ize two years ago; member of the
Miami Beach Bar Association;
Dade County Juvenile Council.
the Chicago Club of Greater Mi-
ami; Quarterback Club; Florida
Bar Association; Civic League;
Miami Beach Elks Lodge; Army
and Navy Union; YMHA, and the
University of Miami Alumni As-
sociation.
A key figure in bringing the
American Legion convention here
last year, Kout again will be
among those who will handle the
JWV conclave this fall.
He is married to the former
Suzanne J. Petrie. They are par-
ents of three children, a daughter
and twin boys. He maintains law
offices on Lincoln Road, where
he is associated with his brother,
Norman Kout.
Obituary
MORRIS METSKY
Of 15.">1 U-nox Ave.| Miami Beach,
died last week at the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital. Mr. Miitsky eame to Newark,
N. J., as a young boy from Russia.
He started as a newsboy and became
an executive In the Insurance, real
estate and building loans field. He
was the founder and owner of Metsky
Brothers, first agent In the metro-
politan and Newark area to distribute
hundreds of out-of-town newspapers.
By 1929 he had become president of
three building and loan associations,
and was Instrumental in establishing
the New Jersey Building I/oan As-
sociation. He Is survived by his wife,
Mary; a daughter, Mrs. S. R. Upton,
Newark; a son, Robert Mcrrltt Met-
sky, Miami Beachi four grandchil-
dren; three sisters, Mrs. Sam Seholk,
Baltimore, Md.. Mrs. Abe Mints,
Washington, and Mrs. Ous Kamps.
Newark; two brothers, Herman and
Charles of Newark. Services were held
at Riverside Memorial Chapel of Mi-
ami Reach.
"Post" Passover Eashruth
By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Director Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashtuth
1. Any Chometz product which
was held by a Jewish person dur-
ing Passover is not Kosher and
must not be eaten unless the own-
er sold his Chometz in accord-
ance with the Jewish Law.
2. Bread, cake or any other
baked products may be obtained
in the immediate period after
Passover from a bakery which
was closed during the week of
Passover and sold their Chometz
in accordance with the Jewish
law.
3. During the "Sfirah-period"
(this includes the days between
the holiday of Passover and the
holiday og Pentecost [Weeks])
weddings may be performed only
on certain days. Call your rabbi
or the director of the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad Hakashruth, 5-3595 for
information pertaining to the
days when you are permitted to
have these functions. The Sfirah
period is a period of historical
mourning.
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 123808.
BENJAMIN MALLY, Plaintiff, vs.
CLAIRE! I). MALLY, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To: CLAIRE D. MALLY
1894 Arthur Avenue
Bronx. New Yolk
You are hereby notified and required
to file your appearance to Plaintiff's
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the
above-styled cause on or before the
II day of May. 1949; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 11
day of April, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
1703 Congress Building
4/15-22-29 5/6
LEGAL NOTICE
Beach Man Donates Lots
To Homestead Center
I. R. Meyers, 1031 West Ave.,
Miami Beach, who is a realtor in
Homestead, has donated two lots
to the recently-organized Home-
stead Jewish Community Center
for the purpose of building a
synagogue and center.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No 122921.
MATILDA CARPENTIER. Plaintiff,
vs. CHARLES R. CARPENTIER.
Defendant.
TO: CHARLES R. CARPENTIER,
62 S. 2nd Ave.
Mount Vernon, New York
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by MATILDA CARPENTIER on
or before the 7th day of April, 1949,
otherwise, the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 7th day
of March, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
CEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for plaintiff.
3/11-18-25 4/1-15
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No.
123695-C.
FLORA B. STERN, Plaintiff, vs.
IRVING STERN, Defendant.
TO: IRVING STERN
260 Lenox Road
Brooklyn, New York
On or before the 14th day of May,
1949, you are hereby notified to file
your appearance or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the
above styled cause, otherwise said
Bill of Complaint for Divorce will be
taken as confessed by you. This
order to be published In the Jewish
Floridlan, Miami, Florida.
Dated this 12 day of April. 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
123764.
STANLEY McELROY, Plaintiff, vs.
NELLIE McELROY. Defendant.
TO: NELLIE McELROY,
613 East Thayer Street.
i 'lill.nli-l| ihia, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance or answer to the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce in this
cause on or before May 9th, 1949;
otherwise said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
DONE AND OIUiERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8 day of April, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
987 Lincoln Road
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22231.
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Deceased.
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estate of PAUL MITCHELL deceased
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ELIZABETH M. CONN,
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Deceased.
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Attorney for Executrix
4/15-22-29 5/6
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To: Nathan Penn
602 Amboy Street,
Brooklyn, New York
IN CHANCERY. No. 123801.
FANNIE PENN, Plaintiff, vs. NA-
THAN PENN, Defendant.
You are hereby notified and required
to file your appearance to Plaintiff's
Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the
above-styled cause on or before the
11 day of May, 1949; otherwise the
allegations therein contained will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 11
day of April, 1949.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. Felge,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Bldg.
4/15-22-29 5/6


PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jen Is* fhrkttan
Isenberg To Head
Arbitration Unit
Michael If. Isenberg. Miami at-
torney and former colonel in the
United States Army, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith Arbitration
committee, it has been announced
by president. John Kronenfeld.
Organized for the purpose of
arbitrating disputes between
Jewish litigants, the committee
endeavors to settle in private
conference such suits and con-
troversies which might prove em-
barrassing to either party in a
court of law.
Under the plan, a standing
committee made up of business
men, attorneys, profesional men.
and religious leaders will be on
har.d at all times to confer and
offer advice directed towards
keeping the case from being aired
in open court.
Chairman Michael M. Isenberg
served with the staff of Genera!
Joseph V. Dillon, deputy provost
marshal general in charge of mili-
tary police operations in the Euro-
pean theatre. He served as chief
of the law department, provost
marshal general's school.
Isenirerg received his law de-
gree and doctor of jurispruc:cr..o
degrees from Northwestern Uni-
versity Law School. He is the
former enforcement trial attor-
ney for the OPA in South Fl< rida
and has been president of the
Jr. Hadassah Unit To
Sponsor Spring Dance
The Miami Beach Unit of
Junior Hadassah will sponsor a
spr:: g dance Saturday night.
April 16. at 6 30 at the Cadillac
Hotel. Miami Be.
Proceed.- are <..:.rmarked for the
Henrietta Szold School of Nurs-
ing in Israel. Tickets are one dol-
lar and may be obtained from i
members or at the door.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltt is in charge
of arrangements. She will be as-
sisted by Freda Ankus. tickets:
Rhoca Caidin, publicity; Natalie
Summers, hospitality.
^^APRriis J
A. L. Meohlowitz
Opens Law Office
A. Louis Mechlowitz announces
the re-opening of offices for the
general practice of law at 927
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
A graduate of the University of
Miami Law School. Mechlowitz
practiced here for ten years prior
to 1944 when he moved to Ashe-
ville. N. C. due to ill health.
Mechlowitz is a member of
Congregation Beth Jacob, the
Elks and B'nai B'rith. While prac-
ticing law in Sarasota for one
year, he served as president of
the Sarasota Lodge of B'nai
B'rith.
Mechlowitz is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Mechlowitz,
pioneer residents of the area who
have been prominent in commun-
al life, and the brother of Dr.
Herman R. Mechlowitz, Miami
Beach dentist.
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Isenberg is the first cousin of
Goldie Meyersor., cabinet member
of the State of Israel.
Persons interested in appear-
ing before the arbitration com-
mittee may call Isenberg at
9-0124.
Beach Teacher Speaks
Irvin Katz. member of the Mi-
ami Beach Senior High faculty.
discussed "Vocational Guid-
ance and Its Need" at an open
meeting of Tropical Lodge, B'nai
B'rith. held Monday at 8:00
p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. The
lodge held an executive break-1
fast Sunday to discuss a pro-!
gram of future activities.
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p,mAY. APRIL 15, 1949
^Jewistncridlan
PAGE FIFTEEN
Proceeds To Go To Israel
Proceeds from the games party
sponsored by the DOV chapter of
Mizrachi Women recently will be
sent to Israel in the form of Mois
Chitem for Passover needs, ac-
cording to an announcement from
Mrs. Rose Portes and Mrs. Sam-
uel WiJchyk, chairman and co-
chairman.
XEfUSE
SUBSTITUTES:
Pictured are the new officers of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, who were installed recently
at Erving's Restaurant. They are (Mated L to r.) Ernest E. Harris, treasurer; Alvin Budner, Gershon
S Miller, first vice president; Irving Cypen, monitor; A. Budd Cutler, president: Mike Sussman,
second vice president; Hal Kaye, recording secretary; (standing L to r.) David R. Moldan. trustee;
Sam Kessler, trustee; Howard Levine. assistant monitor; Arthur J. Stern, warden; William Hers-
brun, trustees; Harvey L. Brant, trustee; Arnold Wilpon, financial secretary; Irvin Kali, trustee;
Mel Benner, trustee. Not in the photograph is Seymour Brenner, trustee.
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ADL Publishes
Rights Pamphlet
Publication of "Civil Rights:
Barometer of Democracy," a new
Freedom Pamphlet, by President
Edward J. Sparling of Roosevelt
College, has been announced by
Leonard L, Abess, advisory board
and executive committee chair-
man. Florida regional office,
Anti-Defamation League.
Dr. Sparling's pamphlet, pub-
lished bv the Anti-Defamation
League "of B'nai B'rith in co-
operation with the American Ed-
ucation Fellowship, examines
America's past performances in
the area of civil rights, emphasiz-
ing the many grave shortcomings
still to be overcome.
Dr. Sparling is the founder and
first president of Roosevelt Col-
lege, which has won renown for
its lack of "quota" restrictions
and the equality of educational
opportunity it provides to stu-
dents of all races and creeds.
The new publication in the
ADL Freedom Pamphlet series
analyzes in detail the four princi-
pal areas of civil rights high-
lighted in the report of the Presi-
dent's Committee on Civil Rights.
These are the right to equality
of opportunity, now violated by
widespread practices of discrimi-
nation in employment, education
and housing, and by numerous
forms of social segregation; the
right to safety and security of
person, now frequently endan-
gered by lynchings, police brutal-
ity, and race riots; the right to
citizenship and its privileges, now
denied to Japanese-Americans,
and by means of the poll tax, to
Negroes; and the right to freedom
of conscience and expression, now
increasingly threatened by at-
tacks on persons holding "unpop-
ular" opinions.
To insure the full realization of
civil rights. Dr. Sparling argues
the need for both a legislative
and a broad educational program.
He urges passage of fair employ-
ment practices bills, anti-lynch-
ing and anti-poll tax bills, and
the abolition of college quota
systems.
The long-range educative pro-
gram must be aimed at the roots
of prejudice, which lie at the
base of the overt denial of civil
rights, he declares. This involves
more and better education, de-
signed to foster wholesome in-
tergroup attitudes among our
children.
There must also be a "func-
tional" government attack on the
problem of civil rights, says Dr.
Sparling, in the form of better
social and economic conditions in
housing, education, employment,
and public health. As citizens find
greater economic and social se-
curity, the less likely will they be
to seek scapegoats, to follow
blatant demagogues, and to be
ruthless toward minority groups
in competing for the-essentials of
life, he declares.
Copies of this pamphlet are
available at cost price of 25c each
at the Florida Anti-Defamation
League office, 330 Seybold Build-
ing, telephone 3-6306.
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9-MnishihrUlar
FRIDAY, APRIL

RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Jewish Community Center
(ConserratiTe1. 2020 Polk St.
Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman.
Friday evening service a: 1:1!
Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the
choir, will conduct the service ar.d
speak. An Oaef Shabbat will I
the services on Friday evening. Sat-
urday services at It) a.m. K:
after the morning services 8
school at lOiSO. Hebrew school >'- >-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday
p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltsvmb
-ses at extra se*?. reday 1
p m. Mir.y.m .rn i.'t daily a".
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton
Friedman.
Pan r s*j rices I
Wt Ineeday even ..- A]
I i
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t:S0 I "
.-- semces S:M a
m ipi :: ;...:
speak
evei ns; i
morr.. ^ at '. : 3 '
Saturday <
Klmr -
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from : to ] >
Congregation Beth DaT-.i Coo-
serratiTe', 135 N.W. Third Are.
Rabbi Max Sha?L-c- Rer. Mrif
Mamche*.
s. : : -
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and Prids -
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be h< I :? sa? -".'"-
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will be held th<
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United Jewish Schools. North
Campus, University of Miami.
Sunday G hool at 10 a.m. Daddies
Hi re*
q 2:45 to 6:00 p.m
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065
Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi
David Raab.
Friday evening services at S:i5.
l!jM Passcver i
. at "^... luct -
the sermon m I ;')-'-:
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
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Phone 48-2591
Dr.
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I Schr. '
ndles and Milton
r iln* for th<
s
the public U
ttend. '
Special 1
Religious Congregation, 3681
N.W. 2nd St
Fri i at 6. Sal
g at Mine
Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelerrter.

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g. Su
- -
Temple Israel iReformi. 137
N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitma.-.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
F.siri Emeritus.
service at
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M of Pi
-
liar) :
. .- April li.
Api 16. 11
, e of 1 ass ver
--'
t 11 .
Coral Gables Jewish Center
Liberal).
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
.::-. Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cir.:e: Berele Kelemer.
S:i| ; it Past ver
nit) Sedei at 7:3
;iia;

- ; -. nlng at
R ibbl A: i
h'ri'tlom In Body ai
evening al
Sal at I i "'
... &
i p.m fol-
-
r on the Pi
of tin \v.. k
. :. I : I '
I ::.. 1'.. Ily services at 7:3 I ;i m
ar.d 6:1! p m Tues.lay. April 19, eve-
ning es at 6.1V Wedne.aday.
April 10, at 11 a.m. Rabbi April will
Crossing the Red Sea
Ding at S:30 -.Memorial
-- '
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
: services Thursday and Fri-
day S:J0 a.m. Kiibhl Rackovsky's topic
will be "Out Of Hond-
Frlday -Butranee to
Mlncha at 1:16. Saturday
., Rabbi RacHovsky will
..fficiate and speak on "Passover
I of Spring." At 5:11 p.m.
I r, ,. vsky will read the Por-
- of the Week Mlncha at o:4o
,. S Seudos and a pro-
Hebrew ngs and zmlros.
es at T:3i> a.m. <-!".'"
Idn 1 by the Rabbi
- ..t 6:15 p.m. followed by a
lib laws and customs,
n it I
Congregation Keneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way,
Miami Beach.
Frl u evening vices at 615 p.m.
.-. morning si : vices at 9 a.m.
. it S p m. followed by Shalos
Israelite Center (General), 3346
S.W. 24lh St.
s at 7 a m. Friday night
Refreshments will
lately following the
morning services
-' :' m
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canlor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
On of Passover at 9
man will preach on
the subject: "The Pawn of a New
Day <-'n the second day at 9 a.m.
Spli Itual Therapy."
i y at 9 a.m. Babbi
IS "Turn the Clock Back-
. _-hth day, April 21.
Lehrman will speak on "Lights
Mem al services at
. a K I a is Shabbos servli
r la], April 15. Sabbath
Api II 16, at 9 o'clock
Bai ry. son of Mr. and
.- Junior Congregation
, i youth breakfast serv-
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Ice at 10 a.m. Sunday In the Center
patio Hebrew nchool Monday through
Thursday 3:30 to 6.30. Sunday school
10 o'clock to noon. Pre-klndergarten
school Monday through Friday 9 a.m.
to 12. All I'axsnver services will be
conducted by Rabbi Irvine Lehrman
and Cantor J Y. Ooldring. Services
S a.m. and 1:15 p.in Sunday, April
IT through Tuesday, April 19.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Religious services will be held at
I |{ p.m. and at 8:30 a.m. during the
first two and last two days of the
holiday; at 6:15 p.m.. 7 and 8 a m
During the intervening days. Cantor
LouiB Chernowltz will chant the Pass-
over ritual. On Thursday, April 14,
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The
Food of Our Forefathers" and Friday.
April 15, on "Food From Israel."
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Rebular Sabbath asm*
Junior services held for ^mJ0 V
elementary gchool age In ,^'">
School annex at i(, Jhe R'l>ik
rectlon of Max Rertman ?V ,wUMw
Klddush will be Served n,.a1* U"$,
rectlon of Mrs. Jos.uh H.'d" '^ J
cha at 6 followed l.v il 1",cr %
Rabbi Meacheloff >, S^aloJ Seud
Portion of the Week '^k "" *
at 9:30 a.m. Dally sch2 .nday ^
Mescheloffs topic 'will "lU Si ^1*
the Seas" and n TWi Cr"M
21. on "What of ,he SSSSft A
I Temple Emanu-El (Htfo J
I 1801 S. Andrew. Ave.. Fort La!
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Friday evening senicA. i
Rabbi Ranson win "p^h ,V. H
mon. A reception win tMnm i w1
reception hall. The pubUc h lH
to attend the sen-Ice at 8 n in"'5l
reception at 9:30 pm P"i. and th*|
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PPEAY, APRIL 15, 1S4S
B'nai B'rith Council
Passover Festival
Nineteen B'nai B'rith organiza-
tions will combine to present a
Passover festival and carnival un-
a?, the sponsorship of the B nai
B'rith Council ,on Sunday, April
17 at 2 p.m. to midnight at the
Miami Beach Y.
E Albert Pallot, council presi-
dent has announced that a record
crowd exceeding last years of
6500. is expected to attend the
Sunday affair. .
General Chairman Jules P.
Channing has extended an invita-
tion to the entire community of
Miami Beach and Miami to attend
the festivities with their families
free of charge.
Carnival attractions will in-
clude games sponsored by Sholem
Lodge. North Shore Lodge, Mi-
ami Beach Lodge, Coral Gables
Lodge and FDR BBYM. Tropical
lodge will present a mystic age
guessing expert, while the BBYO
groups will sponsor a dunker
games, a sink the balloon contest
and a mock marriage booth.
Valuable household equipment
and supplies will be awarded to
skillful contestants at the Coral
Gables Men's Lodge game. The
Women's Chapter will assist the
men's, it has been announced by
President Mrs. William Hechler.
+Jenisl)fk)ridlla,ri
PAGE SIXTEEN-A
To Sponsor
And Carnival
Sholem Women's Chapter will
sell Passover sherbet, candied
apples, and holiday candy, while
the Miami Beach Women's Group
will sell Passover delicatessen.
Emma Lazarus Chapter will
dispense Passover carbonated
beverages and the Debbs Chapter
plans to award prizes to skillful
contestants in a guessing game.
Games will be featured by the
Clara Landau Chapter and cos-
tumed gypsies of the Zwitman
Chapter will report past secrets
and predict the future from for-
tune telling booths.
North Shore Women, Isaac
Levin Lodge, Rose Chapter, Trop-
ical Women and the new Sharet
Chapter, BBYW, will also parti-
cipate in the affair.
All B'nai B'rith groups will
compete for the 13 inch loving
cup which will be awarded by
the council for the most original
and attractive booth or conces-
sion. Judges for the award will be
outstanding civic workers and
artists in the community.
The second Annual Carnival is
held with the cooperation of Gus
Jacobson, executive director of
the Miami YMHA.
Jules P. Channing
In the Spirit of Liberation and
Freedom, from Tyranny
which Passover represents
We humbly pray that all the Peoples of the Earth May
oy true freedom of Body and Spirit and that all
humanity may enjoy Everlasting Peace.
HAROLD AND STELLA TURK
AND CHILDREN
CORNELIA, JONATHON AND ROBIN
Meeting Cancelled
Due to the Passover holidays
the meeting of the Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith luncheon club, usual-
ly held on Fridays at 12:15 p.m.
at the Downtowner Restaurant,
will not be held this week.
Cirtft
Alliance* To Hold
Annual 3rd Seder
The Farband Branches of the
Jewish National Workers' Alli-
ance will hold it traditional third
Seder Saturday evening, April 16,
at 7:30 at the Beach Y. The Seder
is being arranged by the members
of the Bialik Branch ino. 290 of
Miami Beach.
Toastmaster at the affair will
be Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Leon Kronish will be principal
speaker. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will chant the liturgical portion
of the program.
Rules of Kashruth will be
strictly observed in preparing the
meal.
Tickets for the affair are $2.50
per person and may be obtained
from Farband members or at the
door of the Y on the evening of
the Seder.
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223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667
Women's Groups
To tii\e Party
A gala party for 90 pa!i< : ts at
the Pratt Veterans Hospital. Fri-
day at 7:30 p.m. will be S]
sored by three B'ru.i B'rith wom-
en's chapters, it i> announced by
Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. B'nai
B'rith women's hospital service
representative.
The C" ral Gables Won
Chapter. North Shore Chapter.
ar.d Tropical Chapter oi B'nai
B'rith will act as hostess* s at the
holidav party which will feature
entertainment, refreshments and
gifts for patients of the TB V
Serving as co-chairmen of the
affair and assisting Mrs Boening-
er will be Mrs. Bernice Laibson
of Tropical Chapter and Mrs.
El el Mori :. of North SI on
Chapter. The program will in-
clude songs with guitar accom-
paniment by Mina Milan and a
patomime sketches by Sylvia Mil-
The Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Young Women's unit will
present a humorous skit under
the direction of the youth advisor.
Mrs. Arnold Lewis
Hostesses distributing gifts will
include Mrs. Gertrude Covnor
Mrs. Betty c; en, Mrs. Mil-
dred Suss. Mrs. Frieda Brer.ner
I ar.d Mrs. Rose Heines.
Ice cream has been donated by
Foremost Dairies, two whip cream
cakes will be served through the
courtesv of the Campus Restaur-
ant and a floral centerpiece from
Exotic Gardens will decorate the
table.
Coral Gables Woir-.en's Chapter
I will presi r.t six patio chairs to
the TB ward as gift to close the
program.
The affair is one of the hospital-
service pr ^: ms Maintained
I hi "Ughou: the war by B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapters at the
Prat: Veterans' Hospital.
Con tor Women To
Meet On Monday
A meeting of the Sisterhood of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
will be held Monday afternoon.
April 18. at 1:30 p.m. in the form
of a tea honoring life members
"f the organization. Special mem-
bership cards ir. sold will be pre-
sented to those honored and
bronze plaque bearing their
names will be on display.
A special program for the occa-
sion is being arranged by Mis
Irving Lehrman. program chair-
man. The business meetir.g will
be conducted by Mrs. Arthur
Klein, president.
Members who celebrate their
birthdays during this month are:
the Mesdarr.es Minnie Levir.e. Ed-
ward Goldberg, A. Geher, Pauline
Friedman, Lena Levine. Max
Fishbir.e, Clara Weinstock. Rob-
ert Cohn, J. Drucker. Ray Mur-
ray. S- Sollodar, J. Edelson. Bes-
sie Goldman, J. Baer. Fav Tupler.
A. Orovitz. Gasella Kovacks.
Meyer Rashkes. Rose Kline. S.
Sklar, Irving Berlin. T. Epstein,
Clara DeKoven, Stanley Ric
son. Nat Ginsberg. Rebecca Stone.
C. Rifkin. Louis Pearlman, H.
Barr.ett. F. Rothman, M. Kaplan.
Rheba Kohn. Wm. Plafson. Rose
Chayes. G. Talear.nff. Paul G
man. Ruth Klein. Jack Cooper.
Hannah Silver rr. an. Dora Cohen.
Hannah Silverman. Dora Cohen.
A. R. Goldstein. B. Goldstein, T
Goldstein. Max Singe:. Lt r.
Friedman. Sadie Cohen, Sa:
Cohen. Irvmg Firtel, I Newman
and Martin Genet.
Hoste,.-- 5 for tl met ting in-
c.ude: the Mesdarr.es Jc
man, J. Burr^h C C n I. I
Dar.ziger. Jack Fall-:. W. I F(
Sam Smsburg. Ber. Z n I insberg
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sanding ACE CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS INC.
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yi
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806 LANGFORD BLDG.
PHONE 82-5744
Phone 4-2041 Auto pain,ing
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SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE
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Tax Assessor for Dade County


BRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1949
+Jewish fhridton
Cantor S. Kelemer
To Sing In Havana
Cantor Samuel Kelemer of
Temple Beth Sholom will appear
ig a concert Sunday, April 17, in
Havana, Cuba, under the auspices
of the Histadruth Committee of
that city. He will also be guest
artist at the third annual Seder
0f the local Labor Zionist Groups
Saturday. April 16.
The past month has been a
very busy one for the cantor. He
has sung at the Hadassah Re-
gional convention recently held
here and at the Hollywood and
Ft. Laudcrdale Hadassah donor
luncheons at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel. He was guest artist
at the annual Zionist dinner,
where he chanted a special pray-
er his own composition, for the
President and Vice President of
the United States. Cantor Kele-
mer also conducted the model
Seder for young adults at the
Miami Beach Y, participated in
affairs sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and de-
livered a lectuer on the develop-
ment of the Hebrew folk song in
commemoration of Jewish Music
Mor.th.
Now in his 23rd year as a
liturgical singer, Cantor Kelemer
was a child prodigy and has ap-
peared throughout the world. He
I is credited with starring in the
first Yiddish talking picture. For
the past four years he has served
as cantor and musical director of
Temple Beth Sholom. Recently
the temple published his "Song-
ster," a compendium of over 200
songs which he compiled in col-
laboration with A. P. Gannes, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
I Jewish Education.
Cantor Kelemer is president of
I the local Cantors Association,
chairman of the Jewish Music
Council of Greater Miami, mem-
I bership chairman and member of
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furniture. Antiques and Curios
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2812 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-6156
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And Daughter MARILYNDA
815 W. DiLido
Miami Beach
!:
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
the board of the Miami Bsach
Zionist District and the North
Shore Lodge of B'nai B'r.lh and
a member of the Zionist Youth
Commission of Greater Miami.
Last month Cantor and Mrs
Kelemer celebrated their third
wedding anniversary at which
time all the cantors of the com-
munity were guests.
Accompanying the cantor to
Cuba will be his wife and Joseph
Schreibman, his pianist.
Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER
and Family
"The Original Drucker"
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
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CONCRETE MASONRY CONTRACTORS
1647 N.W. 7th Court 9-1297
901 N.E. 2nd Avenue 9-7902
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Phone 3-6506
i
i
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68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5156
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GREETINGS
Day Phone 3-0819 Night Phone 7-7115
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MORRIS BENGIS
Tropicalites
Cold Cathode Lighting
NEON SIGNS
445 N. W. 54th St.
MAWTENANCE
Phone 7-2904
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR
BEST AND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
A. J. ULLIAN
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100 NORTHEAST FORTIETH STREET
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PASSOVER
JUDGE WALTER II. BECKHAM
JUVENmE COURT
1
GREETINGS
Phone 3-7108 Your Satisfaction Is Our Guarantee
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BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS WELDING
BERT ALMYDA. Owner
24 N. E. 13th Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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^VESTMENT SECURITIES
248 Andalusia Ave.
Coral Gables, Fla. Phone 4-1389
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS
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Phone 7-6695


PAGE SKTEEN-D
9-JmistncridUar
FRIDAY, April 15,
:

e*fiectitl ut} life a y
wociet

u:

Yes. the dark. disma! days of the ghastly D.P.
camp will soon be behind them. The homele**
Jews of the woild are going home! But the
biggest problem of all their complete re-
habilitation lies ahead. They must not only
be brought to the land of their hopes: they
must be fed. sheltered, restored to health,
helped to earn their own living.
360.000 Jewish refugees must be brought into
Israel during 1949 in addition to 25,000 to be
resettled in the United States, Homes must
be built, food provided adjustment, welfare,
and medical services tremendou-Uy expanded.
The cost is high, the ta*k staggering:
Every thoughtful, far-thinking American
-hould tak* a realistic role in terms of dollars
IW this unparalleled undertaking. Give
'." Z-Tr-: -;> '
TMI MB CTtftSH APPEAL MUST ATTAIN
TMISE 4 OftJCCnVES
1. Quickly effect t.-.e emptying of the Jewish
D.P. Camps ;n Germany and Austria. 2.
Transfer to and resettle in Israel a total of
30400 Jewish refugee- from %arious parts of
Europe. 3. Provide rehabilitation and relief
for 1.500.000 Jew* remaining in Europe and
North Africa. 4. Help in the adjustment of
refngees reaching the United States.
In Miami. the United Jewish Appeal re-
ceives its funds from the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Support the $250,000,000 Campaign for the Greatest Homecoming in History
D|P|A|1# JA |k|^M A For the resettlement and rehabilitation programs of Joint Distribution
vEfvlSIl ArrEAL Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New
Americans.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. General Chcdnnan


rtnAY, APRIL 15, 194$
*Jenisii Meridian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Lupu And Jacob
(A Short Story)
By J. METZKER
,_,..., Note: Mr. Metzker ia one
JXoutstanding Yiddish novel-
of .i Hhiirt story writers. The
'" ""' T, relates In the fol-
K2ln Paff'". we are sure, will at-
KJrt'adult and child attention, for
trart a uu youthful aKony
11 "\i hv the brutal conduct of
SS&mi the story of a child
"C,? wo id crashed about him even
EfnE he knew the meaning of life
KTnt an animal, a dog. that sensed
-Cman injustice and the degreda-
tl'.n of Hie human spirit.)
The little schoolhouse of the
GJXn village of Waldheim
Sands on a hillock behind a for-
S It has bright green walls and
7 red roof. The tower of the roof
fs inhabited by pigeons, gold-
men as the woods during the
Summer sunsets and rosy as the
blossoms of the Waldheim apple
trees Above the tower hangs the
school bell and until recently a
lone rope tied to the bell dangled
to the ground. The school also
had a watch dog, a red wolf
hound called Lupu. Lupu not only
watched the school but also pulled
the rope of the bell every morn-
ing, calling the childfen to school
with a joyous ringing.
In the year 1933 the school of
the little village had sixteen
pupils. The oldest was nine years
old. The older children studied in
the neighboring town. Lupu
knew all the children by their
names as well as by their nick
names. He knew "Elephant,"
Franz Werner, with his two long
buck teeth; "Squirrel," Lizil
Schroeder, the best tree climber;
"Tomcat," Kurt Schultz, with his
feline gray eyes; "Little Song-
bird," Jacob Ashkenazy, who
could imitate the singing of all
birds; "White Dove," Mitzi with
her beautiful flaxen hair; "Lion
Hans" the tallest and strongest of
all the pupils, etc., etc.
"Good morning, Lupu!" "Good
morning friend!" The children
would greet the dog every morn-
ing. Lupu would acknowledge the
greeting by a twinkle of his clev-
er eyes, swinging the bell more
force'fully and looking around to
see if all the children had ar-
rived. Only when all the pupils
and the teacher were at the
school door, would he drop the
rope and stop ringing. If, how-
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ever, one of the children failed
to show up, the faithful dog
would hold on to the rope and
continue to ring and ring.
"Lupu, drop the rope. Stop
ringing, Lupu, our pupil must be
ill." "We'll go to see him right
after school." Teacher would
come out of school and talk to
the dog as though he were a
human being. Only then would
Lupu drop the rope.
The clever dog knew where
every child lived and whenever
the teacher went to visit a pupil
to find out why he was absent
Lupu would run ahead of her, as [
if he wanted to show her the
way.
Lupu, the school children and
the teacher were always lively
and cheerful, until one day when
a stranger in a brown uniform
suddenly arrived at the school.
It was a bright morning in the
spring. The village was covered
with blossoms of the fruit trees
as with snow. A dense verdure
enveloped the forest behind the
school. Lupu was swinging the
bell and the pupils, with their
school bags on their shoulders,
marched to the tempo of the
sound toward the school. They
followed the green field path
singing a spring song.
"Spring is beautiful in Ger-
many, in Germany." The voice of
little "Song Bird Jacob" could
be heard above all the rest. The
joy of the children was carried
way out of the village as far as
the vaulted blue sky. The forest
picked up the words of this song
and with its deep voice reverber-
ated "Germany, Germany." The
teacher, dressed in a white blouse,
then appeared. "Spring in Ger-
many," she joined the chorus, as
she came to meet her pupils. The
overgrown nine-year-old Hans
took his teacher by one hand and
the little seven-year-old Jacob by
the other and the singing grew
even livelier and more cheerful,
till they reached the school door.
Hearing from afar the joyous
voices of his friends, Lupu began
to pull the rope more forcefully
and faster, and with clever eyes
looked them over as if counting
them. When he saw that they
were all there he stopped ringing
and accompanied the singing
group to the school door. There
he haunched on his hind legs,
tilted his head sidewise, pricked
up his right ear and listened at-
tentively to the children's recita-
tions.
Suddenly he jumped up. A
stranger in a brown uniform and
brown boots was coming toward
the school. Under his arm he
carried a large framed portrait.
Before Lupu knew it, the stranger
had entered the school. Lupu
stuck his head through the door
that was left ajar by the strang-
er. He saw the man approaching
the teacher and handing her a
paper. Lupu restlessly wagged his
tale, growling through the door,
as if he meant to say "What does
he want, children, why does he
interrupt our studies?" The chil-
dren didn't notice Lupu, for they,
too, stared at the unexpected
visitor in great astonishment.
The teacher took the paper
from the stranger and as she read
it her face turned pale. The hand
(Continued on Page 29)
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23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953
1
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and we pray that
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+JeisHhrldiati
FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949
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PHONE 5-7489
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Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Up-to-Daie Van Service
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072
i
Extends
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BEAUTY SALONS
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
848 Washington Are.
At 9th Street
Phone 5-9545
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Phone 58-3811
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A Modern Institution
Dedicated to Health
7235 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-7896
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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BEST WISHES
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Sign Co.
410 S. W. 3rd Ave.
PHONE 2-5334
By WALTER DUCKAT
As a career counselor in a
Jewish Agency, it is part of my
job with hundreds of young men
and women, and their parents, to
help them select a career which
thev will enjoy and in which
I they will advance. Often, the
occupations that my cliens se-
lect require a college education
and even post-graduate work.
Without a college degree, you
cannot become a physician, den-
tist, lawyer, clergyman, engineer,
accountant, chemist or hold ar.
important job in most other pro-
^nal occupations. Many
young people needlessly waste
time, money, and effort and suf-
fer from great emotior.al strain
because they select the wrong,
;e or course.
In the past few years getting
admitted to any college was
something of an accomplishment. |
The G.I. B:ll of Rights made it
jsible for more than a million
veterans to get a college educa- i
tion, many of' whom otherwise
I would have found it financially
mp ssible. Improved economic
:-.... r.s also led many families
to send their children off to col-
lege who a few years ago could \
r. >t have done so. Both of these
factors helped to swell the en-
nent of the approximately 1,-1
800 colleges in this country to the
overflow point. One of my clients
applied to 23 colleges before he j
found a school that had room for
him.
According to surveys through-;
out the country, while college en-
rollment is still extraordinarily
high, the peak seems to have been
reached. A slow decrease in en-
rollment has begun in some areas.
In the very near future, as the
enrollment of veterans declines.
it will again be possible for young
men and women with superior
ability to select the college of
their first choice with a reason-
able hope of acceptance.
Many people are baffled as to
how to select the best college for
their needs. The selection of a
college is often a family matter
with different members of the
family having varying opinions.
David often feels that an import-
ant thing about a college is its
football tear;: or that a fraternity
: ther is also attending there.
Ruth may be overly concerned
by th< ial life prevailing at
the college of her choice. Mother
wants to be assured that the food
and quarters are satisfactory and
that her offspring's personal I
its will be supervised. Father.
with an uneasy eye on his bank
account, wants to send the chil-
dren to a college within his means
and where the training will lead .
to "tachlis."
Jewish parents have additional
i worries. Their children still have
Mo cope with the vexing problems
jof college quotas for Jews. Later.1
I when they seek employment, they
still contend with discriminatory-
hiring practices of some firms.
Wise Jewish parents recognize
that an understanding of the
Jewish pa.-t and present and
(participation in Jewish comrr.un-
| al problems and social activities
can lead to the max:-.;--, ad-,
justment of their children. They
will, therefore, encourage then:
children to participate in Jewish
activities or. the college campus.
Informed B'nai B'rith members
know of the splendid work :n I
regard performed by Hillel in
191 colleges throughout the coun-
try.
The final choice of a college -
a compound of a family s fi-
nancial capacity, the prestige a
college enjoys, its social and
r.omic advantages the ipplicaM
scholastic record, and finally. ..-.-
decision of the college admission!
board.
The social rating :f a
,and its traditions often play a
large part with many families.
Many colleges reflect the social
and economic status of its stu-
dents and its alumni. For ex-
ample, our "Four Hundred" have
sent their sons and daughters to
the same colleges for generations
but there is much besides senti-
: n-.ental attachment and prestige
I in selecting a college with a good
reputation. Failure to select wise-
ly has frequently led to unfor-
| tunate results.
Assuming David or Ruth's high
school record demonstrates that
I he or she can benefit from a col-
lege education what is the best
way of selecting a good college?
When should they ask for this
help? If their high school has a
college advisor, thev should con-
sult him early as to the require-
ments for college admission. If
they postpone their college plan-
ning too long they may discover
that they lack the right credits to
be admitted to any school.
Another good source of infor-
mation is the colleges themselves.
Many colleges send their repre-
sentatives to the high schools for
consultation. Additional sources
of information are college bullet-
ins and directories such as Good's
Guide to Colleges, Universities
and Professional Schools in the
U.S., and Lovejoy's Complete
Guide to American Colleges and
Universities. Among the valuable
facts about a college you will
find in this hand book is whether
the college belongs to certain ap-
proved professional groups indi-
cative of its standing as a college.
You may also learn much about
a college by talking to its grad-
uates. Recommendations of alum-
ni also carry considerable weight
with many college boards. In
addition, it is helpful to talk with
students of the college who may
be living in your community.
They may give you valuable in-
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160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
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formation about the school. Some
organizations such as Kiwanis,
the Rotary and YMHA, as well as
county agricultural agents may
also furnish you with informa-
tion about colleges. The B'nai
B'rith Vocational Service Bureau
with group guidance consultants
operating in most of the principal
cities of the country also provides
this service as well as general
career information.
The wise student will make
certain that his grades are good
I have interviewed many young
men and women of superior in-
telligence who had trouble find-
ing a college to accept them be-
cause their high school record
was only average. They had not
realized the importance of secur-
ing good grades. With competi-
tion being what it is today,
schools can pick from the cream
of the crop.
Many parents often ask, "which
is preferable, a small or large
college?" Of the approximately
1.800 colleges and universities in
America, only 1,200 are accredit-
ed. Some have fewer than 200
students while other universities
have as many as 40,000 and more.
Both the small and large schools
have advantages and disadvn-
tages.
The larger colleges can usually
afford to pay for top notch
faculty. Their library, laboratories
and other equipment are apt to
be larger and better than those
of smaller and poorer schols.
There are many more majors to
choose from at a large school.
Large schools often have famous
football teams which may add to
their prestige. The employment
service of a large college, since
they have more alumni, usually
has more contacts to help place
their students than small institu-
tions.
Finally, the large college is
considered to be less snob-ridden
than some of the small distin-
guished colleges who cater chief-
ly to the sons of the rich and
well favored. The number of Jew-
ish students and Jewish cultural
religious and social activities are
apt to be greater at a large col-
lege. Because large colleges are
usually situated in large urban
centers, they are generally more
liberal in character and offer a
greater opportunity for Jewish
cultural and social activities.
The small college, however, has
certain advantages. Because of its
small size it is ofen possible to
know the faculty and students
more intimately. Although they
may possess less money than their
bigger, brother institutions, with-
in the limits of their means they
frequently provide a more per-
sonal, individualized instruction.
There are more graduates of
smaller colleges in Who's Who
than there are of larger colleges.
Socially, too, small schools offer
more advantages for some. For
the shy boy or girl the small
school is an easier place to make
friends while in a large school,
he may easily get "lost."
In choosing a college, you ought
to know something about what
your own educational plans are.
and which school or schools can
best serve you. Most schools can
be grouped into three types aca-
demically:
1. Those colleges or universities
which assume that many of their
graduates will continue their ed-
ucation in professional schools.
Examples are Columbia, Harvard
and University of Chicago.
Schools in this group place great
emphasis upon academic studies.
Their requirements and pace are
usually pretty stiff.
2. Those colleges where most of
their students stop their formal
training upon graduation. These
schools offer less abstract or the-
oretical courses and more prac-
tical courses, useful upon grad-
uation. Courses at these schools
are generally as hard as type one.
3. Colleges, universities or
technical schools where the four-
year course completes the edu-
cation of all of the students. Fre-
quently, skills useful in the oc-
cupational world are emphasized.
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Phone 34481
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Phone 7-7276
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PASSOVER
LECHICH Florist
200 N. E. First Ave\ Ph. 3-6404
Roney Plaza Hotel
Miami Beach
Phone 5-6707
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TOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
"By the Railroad Track"
PaintingColor Matching
SEAT COVERS
Body and Fender Repairs
74 N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 9-6546
Unto His Brethren
(Ah Passover a|
figure of f
materials,
people. Th
By JULIUS ROSENTHAL
jgy^^^rt&j?^ ps &n Aft
EmMe? Mlt-fSS^ilVl,,^ r?-"nins their own position with
g fSSET :" '" Hebr6W r""'" CollegVAwlB-h instluie 'of l"Xionatn
And it came to pass, in those days, when Moses was grown
up. that he went out unto his brethren, and looked on their
burdens; and he saw an Egyptian smiting a Hebrew, one of his
brethren, and he looked this way and that way, and when he
saw that there was no man, he smote the Egyptian, and hid
him in the sand. (Ex. II,11,12)
Moses knew that Shelomith, to heat!
PAGE NINETEEN
wife of Dathan, the Hebrew fore-
man had not intended to excite
her husband's Egyptian super-
visor. But surely she must have
realized that the sinuous curve
of her body was tempting as she
draped about her the fine-woven
linen which the task-master
brought her from the market oi
Zoan, that the flash of white her
lips framed as she tinkled her
laughter would charm his bloou
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
duPont Building
*
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GREETINGS
FOR
A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs.
LOUIE BANDEL
This ease, this softness with
themselves and with others, had
provided the sharpest disappoint-
ment to Moses upon his return
to the Hebrews. Breaking off his
studies at the Diplomat's School
in Thebes, he had fled the rotting
cynicism of his Egyptian and Sy-
rian companionsnever really
his companionsto live among
these sweaty laborers. Vaguely
remembered stories had drawn
him thither; stories told by his
stepmother Jochebed and by
Miriam and by Aaron, with whom
he had lived as a brother. How
his memory had thrilled, even as
he had watched the obscene
Egyptian orgies, to those tales of
the Patriarchs, men hard as the
austere God they worshipped
above all other gods!
And now to find this softness
among the Hebrews! They had
foregone their glory for the beer
and beef and wish which Pharaoh
supplied so plentifully to all state
laborers. They had sold Abraham
for cucumbers. Here and there
he could perceive traces of the
spirit for which he thirsted.
Aaron and Miriam had forgone
the higher positions to which
their education entitled them in
order to remain and work among
the people. Joshua and Caleb
were likely lads. But the mass
werelike Dathan. The husband
of the violated woman had come
administered to relieve his chag-
rin at having been clawed and
bitten by the unwilling woman.
A descendant of Abrahamand
he bared his fat body, displaying
the welts and bruises with sick
eagerness, fawning like a dog
upon the young aristocrat who
had spent his childhood among
the Hebrews, begging him to
come to the mortar pits so that
he might see for himself the
Egyptian's cruelty. They were
true slaves, cringing before their
masters.
Moses knew that he was no
son of the masters. But was he a
brother of the slaves?
His very gait portrayed agita-
tion. The long and swinging
Phone 34859
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WILLIAMS
Commercial College
804 N.E. Second Avenue
Mary Williams. B. S.. Director
Miami, Florida

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ABSTRACT CORP.
50 West Flagler Street
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i
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JANSSEN POOLE
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TuningSpecialists in Repairing, Rebuilding. Reflnishing
2264 Coral Way Phone 48-1306
DYLAN ROUT
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
HI
GREETINGS
R. C. Fleeman
Mutual Benefit Health and
Accident Association
Pan American Bank Bldg.
MIAMI, FLA.
GREETINGS
GENERAL
INSULATING
COMPANY

JOHNS MANVILLE
ROCK WOOL HOME
INSULATION

2119 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone 9-4842
(Continued on Page 26)
SINCERE WISHES
ior
A Most Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs.
SHEPARD BROAD
AND FAMILY
GREETINGS FROM
HAROLD'S MARKET
1216 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9691
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HAPPY PASSOVER. TO ALL
TELEPHONE 2-7937
Dadc Marbl & Tile Company
Contractors for
MARBLE, TILE* AND TERRAZZO
1235 N.W. 4th STREET MIAMI. FLA.
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC.
"MIAMI'S FOREMOST
APPLIANCE STORE"
136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-2493
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
V. J. HOECIIERL COMPANY
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
2047 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
Builders Contractors
236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067
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TO ALL
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FRIDAY, APRIL IS,
1949
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
AN EMININT HUM ANTHRONIOSIST AMI
AUTMO* WHO CAMfAIGNtP VIGOMUSW..
IN $mCH ANP IN PRINT.. AC^NST THE
MYTH Of "ARYANISM?.
Px.t**g
OP FRANZ BOAS
CRMAN-MRN,HE STUDIED AT SIVERAl
GERMAN UNIVERSITIES. AT 25, ME JOINED
A MEfEOROlOGlCAt EXPEDITION TO MffIN
LAND. HE BECAME INTERESTED IN THE
CUITURE OF THE ESKIMOS.
THREE YEARS LATER HE WAS INVESTIGATING
THE NORTHWEiTERN TRIBES Of CANADA.
HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST
SPECIFIC PROOF Of THE CULTURAL RELATION-
SHIP BETWEEN 5IBERIANS.ESKIM0SAN0
THE AMERICAN INDIANS.
niOK TO HIS APPOINTMENT IN 1899 AS
PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY AT
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.HE CONDUCTED
SEVERAL AMERICAN EXPEDITIONS INTO
MEXICO AND PUERTO RICO.
RETIRING IN I9JT,hE DEVOTES AU HiS EfPORTS TO
COMBATTING NA2I RACIAL TMEOAitS AKD FURTHER-
ING DEMOCRACY. HE *A$ ONE 0* Th WITlATOM OF
THE MANIFESTO Of THE FREEDOM OF SCIENCE
WHEN HE PIED IN 1942, AT THE AGE OF 64. HE HAD LONG BEEN
RECOGNIZED AS A LEADER AMONG AMERICAN ANTMRONXOG/STS..
HE WAS REPEATEDLY HONORED BY WORLD DIGNITARIES
AND SCIENTIFIC GRQUPS HlS'MlND Of PRIMITIVE MAN" IS
STILL CONSIDERED TfiE JffNTM WORK ON THE SUBJECT.
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To Jewry Everywhere
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IT. Jeffries
OF
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TO ALL
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Drive
Phone 2-3067
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Miami
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AND FAMILY
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MIAMI BEACH
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PHONE 3-3206
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type of Real Estate
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"We specialize in building one and two-family
homes and additions.'
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Sanitary Supplies
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PHONE 3-3955
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"Where Fishermen Afeet"
LIVE BAIT, BEER AND WINE
FISHING TACKLE
760 N. E. 79th Street
Phone 7-9232
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 2-0867
Phone 7-9029
LEE'S SPORTSHOP
Special iiing
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PB1DAY, APRIL 15, 1949
Capital Spotlight
+Jewlst fhr/Jf^r
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
a
WASHINGTONMore than 1,-
200 Jewish leaders leaned for-
ward in their chal[ ,m Washing-
ton's Shoreham Hotel, awaiting a
transcribed message from Dr.
rhaim Weizmann, president of Is-
rael AH was silent and the as-
cpmblace grew tense. Then the
Sable; somebody said, "Nu?"
The seriousness and decorum of
the National Rededication Con-
ference of the United Jewish Ap-
oeal gave wav to thunderous
laughter. But when Dr. Weiz-
mann's voice was heard, every-
one became silent once more.
They listened with almost rever-
ent devotion to his every word.
Many such sidelights added
spice to an otherwise serious and
gigantic task, that of raising
$250 000,000. Rare stories are told
at such meetings, frequently off-
the-rccord. Here are some anec-
dotes of the recnt conference
which should bcome classics.
"The Israeli Government has a
program of encouraging births,"
said Moshe Sharett, Foreign Min-
ister of Israel. And everybody
howled. When the laughter sub-
sided, the diplomatic Sharett said
that perhaps he had better change
the statement to: "The Israel Gov-
ernment has a program of dis-
couraging infant mortality."
Sharett told UJA leaders that
some European governments
were so sure that Israel would be
crushed by the Arabs and its
people driven into the Mediter-
ranean that they had actually dis-
cussed "quotas" for Israeli refu-
gees from Israel. He declined to
name the governments because
they have now officially recogn-
ized Israel and maintain friendly
relations. However, a lot of people
commented that the whole idea
somehow smelled of Bevin.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general
chairman of the UJA and ex-Sec-
retary of the Treasury, provided
many laughs as master of cere-
monies at the conference's princi-
pal session. He said that Foreign
Minister Sharett had whispered
to him in the lobby that Eliezer
Kaplan, Israeli Finance Minister,
"was sitting on the edge of his
seat waiting for results." When
almost $27,000,000 in cash was
brought in on the last day of the
conference to launch the drive,
Kaplan at last sat back and re-
laxed.
Morgenthau revealed that
David Ben Gurion, Israeli Pre-
mier, was once actually worrying
American military intelligence
officers. He said the officers were
"quaking in their boots" for fear
of Ben Gurion and the "threat"
he represented to Middle East oil
This brought a big laugh.
Mrs. Ben Gurion once saved
Morgenthau from a cross-exami-
nation by a Communist news-
paperman. Morgenthau told UJA
leaders how this occurred It
seems that Morgenthau was hold-
ing a press conference for Israeli
reporters at the end of his visit
to Israel last fall. When he said
"Israel could become a hard core
of resistance to Communism," he
was set upon by a reporter from
an unimportant left-wing news-
paper. Mrs. Ben Gurion seized
the Red reporter by the lapel,
and to the amazement of all,
New York brought tears to many
eyes when he spoke, paying high
tribute to Sharett. He praised
Sharett's statesmanship, diplom-
acy, restraint, and good judg-
ment. He said, "Mr. Foreign Min-
ister, let me express my admira-
tion and the admiration of every
Jew in America." Sharet was
conspicuously overcome by emo-
tion as he arose and grasped
Lehman's hand. The applause was
deafening. Members of the hotel
staff later said it was probably
the greatest ovation they had
ever heard in the banquet hall.
A man who had not yet com-
pletely mastered English diction,
Levi Eshkol, Israeli chief of ag-
ricultural settlement, made per-
haps the most stirring address of
simply told him, "You leave my the conference. His eloquence
Henry Morgenthau alono was expressed in terms of human
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GREETINGS
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PHONE 48-1731
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TAMIAMI
CYCLE
1561 S. W. 8th Street
AMERICAN
AWNING CO.
Ban C. LaPointe, Owner
PHONE 9-7801
'Anything that's made
of Canvas"
571 N. W. S. River Dr.
KUBBY HOUSE
RESTAURANTS
IN N. Miami Arenue
281 E. FUgler Street
Miami
ry Morgenthau alone.
One story told by Morgenthau
was that he had heard from high-
ly placed officials in the State
and Treasury Departments that
Eliahu Elath, Israeli Ambassador
to Washington, was solely re-
sponsible for negotiating the
$100,000,000 loan from the U.S.
Export-Import Bank. Morgenthau
complimented Elath and said that
he had gotten to know many Is-
emotion as he requested agricul-
tural implements with which im-
migrants in Israel can feed them-
selves and win back self-respect.
Morgenthau said that Eshkol is
Ben Gurion's "Harry Hopkins."
People left the conference con-
vinced that the alternative to suc-
cess is human misery. But good
humor prevailed and added to
the unanimity of purpose taken
raelis but never could learn the borne from Washington by those
secret of their virility. Maybe, iwno attended from communities
Morgenthau speculated, Israeli
virility springs from not smoking
or drinking.
Nahum Goldmann, acting chair-
man of the American section of
the Jewish Agency, mentioned
the possibilities of failure of the
UJA. He said: "If my friend,
Moshe Shapira, Minister of Im-
migration, told the DP's, 'wait
the treasury is empty' they would
come anyway. Then we would
have illegal immigration all over
again."
Former Governor Lehman of
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throughout the nation.
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INSURANCE
UNDERWRITERS
330 Alhambra Circle
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Phone 48-3152
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HELMLY'S FURNITURE
22 N. W. 1ST STREET
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N. W. 7th Ave.
Service On All Makes Radios
EGNER & MULCAHY
TAILORS
LORRAINE ARCADE
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GEO. J. BERGER
SERVICE STATION
Excellent Service
15 S. W. 17th Avenue
Phone 2-8898
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New Location: 1329 N.W. 74th St. Phone 78-4551
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HUTCHISON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenue
PHONE 58-9941
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yj
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31 N. E. 17th STREET
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
*
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Wilson Garage, Inc.
170 N. E. First Street
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
m
COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
3128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8473
Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade
>
JOE HORNSTEIN, INC.
RUGS. CARPETS
714 N. E. 1st Avenue
PHONES 2-7596, 3-3502, 7 7378
ii
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ANTILLA HOTEL
1108 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Phone 48-1714
CORAL GABLES
TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER
HUDSON ESTAYER MOTORS, INC.
HUDSON MOTOR CARS
2020-2030 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida
TELEPHONE 9-3636
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FOR
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hi
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PLUMBING PHONE 2-5511
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PEPSI-COLA COMPANY, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
Fronchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO., Miami
Eliahu Elath
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTONA few weeks
ago. a man named Epst< in
changed his name. His country
had changed its name, too. The
reason: both wanted to be identi-
fied by terms more closely re-
lated to the history of the Jewish
people.
Anglicizing their names has oe-
corr.e commonplace among Amer-
ican Jewrybut who had
heard of assuming a new r.
to make it more literally He-
brew? Almost a million Israelis
could answer that question.
Ambassador Eliahu Elath. who
represents the State of Israel
here, is the man who changed
his name. Israel is the name
proudly chosen for their country,
bv Elath and Jews who want the
world to know that they are Jews.
The name Epstein is German
w.-.ile Palestine connotes the an-
cient Philistines. Ambassador
Elath, and his countrymen, have
no desire to perpetuate the lan-
guage of either the present or
ancient peoples.
Even as Elath and Israel
changed their names, there was
changed much of the connotation
of the word Jew in the eyes of
the world. Elath and the Israelis
carry their Hebrew names with
pride born of the knowledge that
the Jew is respected as never be-
fore as a man among men; a
citizen of a nation among nations
And who is this man Elath
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MR. & MRS. MAX FRIEDSON
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2728 S.W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-2296
from the dynamic new nation?
He is a handsome man, well-
built, five feet nine inches tall,
and carries his 180 pounds well.
His hair is wavy and black but
greying. His eyes are deep brown
and expressive, under thick black
brows. His clothing is simple and
always in good taste.
Perhaps the important influ-
ence in his 43 years of life was
Abraham Elkin, a modest watch-
man, who returned from the Holy
Land to Snovsk in the Russian
Ukraine. There lived Elath, age
14. Etkin talked long and often
to young Elath and aroused a
great interest in Palestine within
the boy. Then Elath turned to the
writings of Theodore Herzl. At
the age of 21. he arrived in the
land of his dreams.
At first, he worked as manual
laborer. Then he developed a
great interest in Arab life and
entered the Hebrw Univrsity in
Jerusalem. It was at the universi-
ty that he met and fell in love
with Zahava Zalel. They were
later married.
His study of Arab life con-
tinued, and it later gained him
a position with the Jewish
Agency as an expert on Arab af-
fairs. He came to the United
States in May, 1945, as an ob-
server for the Agency at the
United Nations organization
meeting at San Francisco. He has
remained in the United States
since then, except for a few brief
return visits to Israel.
His tastes would shock a diplo-
mat of the drawing-room set. He
likes western films and ginger ale
orange juice and shooting the
breeze. He reads books on travel,
history and sociologvin English
and French as well as Hebrew.
He hkes to swim, but dislikes
Washington's summer heat.
Although greatly in demand as
a speaker he dislikes oratorv. He
would rather put his point across
to a small group comfortably
seated in someone's parlor. When
he does make an address, he pre-
fers to read from a prepared
paper for the sake of brevity and
accuracy.
Ambassador Elath is very un-
like the many officious and'pom-
pous members of the diplomatic
corps to be found in Washington.
In many ways, he differs from
the popular conception of the
suave statesmen who represent
t.-.err countries abroad. Yet there
is an unassuming nobility about
him that is only to be found in
the truly great.
A quality that has endeared
Eiath to Jew, and non-Jew alike
in Washington, is his kindness.
He has a way of putting people
at ease that is as disarming as
it is rare in Washington. Hun-
ll of friends have been won
for Israel simply because of its
wise choice of a diplomatic repre-
sentative.
Elath's great future hope is to
retire to "a little house on the
banks of Lake Galilee" and to
spend his declining years in re-
search and writing in the field of
Oriental sociology.
Why. then, doe's a rr.an change
hts name? Eliahu Elath found the
answer.
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Fluorescent Lighting
336 West Flagler Street Phone 2-1774
To ALL
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y*
U I I s 11 l l( l HOTEL
3710 Collins Ave. Phone 5-5339
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes For A Happy Passover
BIRMY PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO.
1152 N. E. 1st AVE. PHONE 2-3845
600 N. W. 10th Street
EXTENDS GREETINGS OF THE SEASON
TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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FmnA^APRIL 15, 1943
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
PassoverThe Festival Of Freedom
By RABBI ISRAEL GERSTEIN
(Executive Member of Rabbinical Council of America)
INTRODUCTIONJudging by popular observance, one
mav safely assert that so far as American Jewry is concerned,
Passover ranks second only to the High Holy Days. There is
the curious phenomenon of homes which do not observe the
laws of Kashruth too carefully the year round, but which pay
____itlnna attention to the laws
lfication as a spring festival sign-
fies not alone its place in na-
scrupulous attention
of Chomets and Matzoh as well
as the general Kosher laws dur-
ing the Passover week. The pop-
ular appeal of Passover may be
due to several factors. The con-
spicuous place of Yetsias Mits-
rayim (Exodus from Egypt) in the
national consciousness, as evi-
denced by the tireless references
to it in the Sabbath and holiday
rituals, has had its effect upon
the consciousness of the indi-
vidual Jew.
More important however is the
fact that Passover is not repre-
sented by a set of abstract doc-
trines and ideals, but is as con-
crete as your daily bread, and its
rituals are sufficiently simple and
colorful to excite a child's imagin-
ation. The story of Israel's bond-
age and final redemption always
remains fresh in appeal, and the
religious, ethical and moral les-
sons breathed by this festival,
have a contemporary ring in our
own day. Yet this story and its
superb lessons might have been
lost in the limbo of time, had
they not been embodied in the
set of concrete observances which
the traditional Passover calls for.
This article will present a bird's
eye view of the Passover laws,
regulations and ritual, and an
interpretation of its symbols.
NAMESIn the Bible, several
names are applied to Passover,
such as: Chag HaPessach, Chag
HaMatsoth and Chag HoOviv.
The name Chag HaPessach or
the Festival of Passover is de-
rived from the last of the Ten
Plagues when the angel of the
Lord spared the homes of the
Israelites, passing over them,
when he smote the first-born in
each Egyptian home. It is called
Chag HaMatsoth for the obvious
reason that during the festival
week only Matzoth or unleav-
ened bread is used. The name
Chag HoOviv has its origin in
the fact that Passover is also the
spring festival, signalizing the
beginning of the barley harvest.
All these names derive from
the one primary event which
moulded, shaped and colored the
destiny of the Jewish people,
namely the wonderful liberation
from Egyptian bondage. Its class-
ture's cycle of seasons. It also
points to the season in Jewish
history when this event occurred.
For Passover recalls the spring-
time of our people's life, its bud-
ding period, when our people
took the first steps upon the
arena of history. The festival re-
minds us of the peculiar circum-
stances under which Israel came
into being. At the outset, we
were only a* horde of slaves
united by dim memories of a
distant past. That this army of
slaves was transformed into a
nation can be accounted for only
by the explanation our Bible pro-
vides, namely that the Holy One
willed it so. And He intervened
because these tribes were de-
stined to play a prominent role
in the unfolding history of man-
kind, namely to bear aloft the
torch of true religion, of ethical
monotheism. No wonder then that
Yetsiath Mitsrayim became a lov-
ing refrain in our ritual. It kept
alive a sense of mission in the
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heart of the Jew, and provided
a rationale for his trials and tri-
bulations.
DIETARY REGULATIONS
Chomets and Matzoh are the two
key words which govern the diet
of the traditional Jew during the
festival week. Flour from wheat,
rye, barley, spelt and oats which
have come in contact with water
tend to ferment and therefore are
banned as Chomets during Pass-
over. During the festival week,
the minutest amount of such
Chomets mixed with any other
food renders the whole Chomets.
Hence, all articles made from
flour such as matzoth, cakes, mac-
caroons, obviously require liable
endorsement. The same applies to
candy, soft drinks, wines, liquors
and milk, because the presence
of chomets as an ingredient, or
contact with Chomets during
preparation is a strong possibility.
(Continued on Page 27)
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15.
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Next Month In
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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Next vear in Jerusalem."
For 3.200 years this fervent
Passover prayer has been a shin-
ing hope to Jewiah men, women
and children scattered in the four
corners of the earth. It has sus-
tained them through times of sut-
fenng and sorrow, through years
of persecution and oppression. It
'-as been the quiet resolution that
promised new life, new hope in
davs ahead.
Todav, thirty-two centuries
after the exodus of the Jews from
Egvpt to Israel which inspired
this prayer, the ancient woids
hold renewed promise of achieve-
ment. Passover, 1949, which be-
gins at sunset on April 13, finds
tens of thousands of Jews in Eu-
rope, the Middle East and the
Orient ready to participate in an
historic reenactment of the de-
liverance from bondage described
in the Old Testament.
At their side will be the Joint
Distribution Committee, major
American agency aiding dis-
tressed Jews abroad.
JDC, which kept alive the
hopes of Europe's Jews through
its underground operations dur-
ing World War II; which poured
in food and clothing and medi-
cines on V-E Day to breathe life
into the barely half-alive and
taught them trades and skills (in
cooperation with ORT) for the
future, is now engaged in its
greatest emigration program. At
a monthly cost of $2,500,000, JDC
pays all rail and maintenance
costs to ports of embarkation;
provides a full set of brand-new
clothing to all emigrants, along
with maintenance in JDC transi-
ent centers: and then pays pass-
age abroad Israel-bound ships and
planes for 20,000 men, women
and children per month.
The mass exodus to Israel, now
the greatest since biblical days,
had its beginnings on May 14.
the day the Jewish State was
proclaimed. At once the new na-
tion opened its gates to the hun-
dreds of thousands who had
clamored so long to enter. In
June. 1,627 reached the shores of
Israel. Bv September, the figure
had climbed to 10,925. In No-
vember, 14,689 more had been
settled. In January a new peak
was reached with 18,000. And in
March another record was set:
22.000 men, women and children
coming to the end of the long
journey home. In ten months
more than 150.000 homeless refu-
gees have become proud citizens
of the world's youngest, fastest-
growing state.
This is the amazing record
compiled through the $250,000,000
United Jewish Appeal, which
provides the funds for JDC to
bring refugees to Israel and for
the United Palestine Appeal to
help them settle there.
But while their forerunners
traveled the long miles of desert
from Egypt to Israel by foot, the
Jews in the new exodus are being
whisked to the Holy Land from
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PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
-Jmlst> ricrktten
FRIDAY, APRIL is
I
Unto His Brethren
(Continued from Page 19)
stride, usually crushing grass and
flowers as he left the beaten
{>ath to reach his goal the sooner,
agged now indecisively. Here he
had paused, slowly to scuff the
sand in sweeping semi-circles. A
patch of broken bulrushes showed
where he had stopped to flay
the weeds with his cudgel, sym-
bol of Egyptian authority, swing-
ing and beating with violence.
Then came bursts of haste, but
his path was wandering, pur-
poseless.
He was no son of the masters.
Bewigged ministers of the The-
ban school had come to fetch him
from the Hebrew home of Am-
ram, and though he was elated
at being redeemed from the pros-
pect of a life of bricklaying
drudgery, the nature of the sum-
mons disturbed him. Had it really
proceeded from the highest quar-
ters, as was rumored? If so, why
should the daughter of Pharaoh
have been interested in him? As
Jochebed had packed his belong-
ings he had deluged her with
questions. The giftsdelicacies ,
and dainties which were pro-1
vided him ever so oftenwho had [
sent them? Was it truly on his ac-1
count, as people said, that favor
was shown to Amram's house by
the task-masters? Her eyes had
avoided his as he had packed his
garments with painstaking care, j
answering nothing. One question
he dared not ask. Was he the!
true 6on of Jochebed? He knew |
the answer.
The name, Moses, had caused,
snide comment among the fas-
hionable young snobs at the
Diplomat's School. Many Egyp-?
tian nobles were named Moses,'
which means son. One might be(
called Amenmose, son of the goc-
Amun. or Thutmose, son of the
god Thoth. He was just Moses.
Son of what or whom? They
played subtle jokes about the
name. All that reached him were
suppressed snickers and arched
evebrows, enough for him to
understand, but nothing overt
and open. They had good reason
to be discreet. After all, an un-
precedented audience for the stu-
dents had been held by Pharaoh,
his younger daughter sitting at
his side. The eyes of the com-
moners were not permitted to be-
hold the whispered conference of
the two gods on the dais, but the
significance of the glances ex-
changed among their professors
when the stranger was called
forth to approach the throne face-
-to-face had not been lost upon
the students. So they dared not
taunt him openly, yet he soght
not, neither did he find, accept-
ance among them. He was never
a part of their capering escap-
ades, ever alone.
His speech also set him apart.
It was not the sophisticated patois
of the upper classes, each phrase
precisely tooled and glittering.
Nor had he ever fully mastered
the tongue of the Hebrews. A
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curious and unpalatable mixture
of the two, delivered in abrupt,
jerky, intense accents, grated over
his tongue.
For all this, Moses might not
have run away. He did delight
in the study of laws, the Egyptian
scrolls and the Code of Ham-
murabi Disturbing the urbane
demeanor of the priest who
taught laws, he would stammer
loud and excited approval of the
regulation calling for the death
penalty on a false witness in a
capital case, or he would berate
the inequalities of penalties for
the various classes of society.
They examined the two-hun-
dredth paragraph of Hammurabi's
Code: "If a man knocks out the
tooth of a man of his own rank,
they shall knock his tooth out.
If one knocks out the tooth of
a workingman, he shall pay one-
(Continued on Page 31)
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^JenisfifhridTiann
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
PassoverThe Festival Of Freedom
(Continued from Page 23)
A1I green vegetables and fruits
^ be used, except rice, millet,
Peas .anh nfaTbe prepared from
Mafthe ommo^ grain flours
V,.n supervised from
taste of the matzoh should linger
on after the meal. To stimulate
the interest of the children in
the Seder proceedings, the little
ones are allowed to search for
the Afikomen after it is hidden,
the finder being entitled to a,
m'' w hVvp been supervised irom me under being entitled to a
which nave contains no in- ransom. A portion of the shank-
tker other than water. All bone of a lamb or the wing of
fd!fteDS Preliminary to baking
,he Xted out with speed in
arj tn, orevent fermenation in
1S t nni" the bread of op-
"leS fie it also serves as
pression sin e rations Qn
Jjrfri"aelite slaves had to
SSSt during their Egyptian
^PASSOVER DISHES-It is
inmnrv to set aside a special
?0Tdshes and utensils for the
ftival However, under certain
ffitions, some of the utensils
used throughout the year may
Stab, used on Passover, that if,
Sal pots and pans can be
Sered" by a special cleans-
(1 heating process. Details of
s proSeaPn be obtained from
Jv ordained Rabbi. Glassware
"scoured and then soaked in
water for three days. However,
the water must be changed every
twenty-four hours.
SEDERThe epitome of the
freedom festival, and the focal
ooint of all the laborious pre-
parations expended to usher it in
it the Seder. Outside of the land
of Israel, the Seder is held on
the first two nights of the festi-
val. By word and symbol, the
eternal meaning and significance
of the Exodus is vividly and im-
pressively brought home to every
generation. Because of space
limitations, we shall pause here
to discuss only a few of the high-
lights of this ritual which has
been called one of the oldest and
most fascinating of all rituals of
I the kind current among mankind.
Three matzoth wrapped up sep-
arately are placed on a tray in
front of the one that is conduct-
ing the Seder, usually the head of
the household. The middle mat-
zoh is broken at the feast and the
larger piece is put away for the
Afikomen. This word is derived
from the Greek and means des-
sert. The Afikomen is eaten at
the end of the meal, so that the
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a chicken, roasted, is placed on
the right hand side of the tray.
This is to recall the Pessach
lamb which was sacrificed in the
Temple and then eaten in family
groups. In Temple days this was
the principal feature of the Seder
celebration. A baked egg is placed
to the left of the shankbone. It
is symbolic of the regular festival
sacrifice. However, additional ex-
planations have been offered.
Among them is the suggestion
that the egg has often served as
a symbol of revival, of new life,
on Passover night it may well
serve to convey to us the won-
drous surge of new life in Israel
which marked the liberation from
bondage.
The Marer or bitter herb on
the plate is a reminder of the
bitter experience our ancestors
passed through in Egypt. The
Charoseth which is a mixture of
apples, almonds and cinnamon
with wine, chopped very fine and
made into a paste reminds us of
the mortar which the Hebrew
slaves had to use in the building
of the various projects for their
Egyptian masters. The bitter herb
is dipped into the Charoseth mod-
ifying its sharpness, as a re-
minder of the Divine loving kind-
ness which made the hardships
bearable.
PASSOVER TODAY Pass-
over 5709 will be an exhilirating
experience to all who enter into
its spirit wholeheartedly, for it
will commemorate not alone
Yetsias Mitsrayim but also Yet-
sias Europe, the exodus from Eu-
rope which is going on under our
very eyes. Passover will give us
a means to express our joy with
which the heart is brimful at the
miraculous event which the re-
birth of Israel as a nation con-
stitutes, and it will enable us to
view it in its true perspective,
namely as another act in the
drama which began way back
there on that first Passover, for
the same God who redeemed
Israel from Egyptian slavery has
redeemed it from homelessness
today.
Passover will also recall to our
leaders in Israel that on the way
to the Land of the Fathers iri
ancient days, our people stopped
off at Mount Sinai where it re-
ceived the Code which was to
guide its life on the land. The
experience at Sinai was a neces-
sary prerequisite to success in its
own homeland, for true freedom
can be attained by the Jew only
when he patterns his life alter
the exalted teachings of the
Torah.
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Next Month In
Jerusalem
(Continued from Page 24)
such remote points as Shanghai.
Marseilles. Aden, Munich and
Casablanca by more modern
means of transportation.
From Shanghai, the remainder
of 15.000 Jews who found haven
in the Chinese port city from
Nazi persecution in Europe a de-
cade ago. are moving by JDC-
sponsored chartered plane and
IRO-sponsored ships to Israel in
an emergencv project aimed at
emptying the city of its Jewish
refugee population and sending
them to a permanent haven.
From Marseilles, 'port of em-
barkation" for the Holy Land,
ships bearing Israel-bound refu-
gees leave almost daily. Here
JDC maintains fifteen transient
centers for the thousands who
pass through the historic port
each month, then pays their fare
to the port of Haifa. As a result.
this gateway to the Holy Land
has become one of the busiest
ports in Europe.
From Aden. Yemenite Jewish
refugees are being flown to Is-
rael in a special JDC project
called 'Operation Magic Carpet.'
through which 5.000 men, women
and children have been speeded
from the barbed-wire, dismal
Hashid DP camp to the green
fields of Israel.
From Munich, thousands of
Jewish DP's are pouring into the
ports of Europe on JDC-spon-
sored special trains or flying di-
rect to Tel Aviv's Lydda Airport
bv JDC-chartered planes. Simul-
taneously, the DP camps are clos-
ing: Bergen-Belsen. Hasenecke.
Bad Salzschrif. Moencheberg.
Wetzlar, Zeilsheim. Pocking. Wil-
seck. Hof. Hess Lichtenau. Fritz-
lar, Hofgeismarall are being
emptied. Less than 40 DP camps
remain on the continent.
From Casablanca. Jews in
flight from terror and oppression
in their native hill villages are
wending their way to European
ports and thence to Israel. JDC
transient centers in Casablanca
and Algiers provide medical at-
tention. For many of these Jews
of North Africa, the care they
receive here is the first that has
ever been offered to them.
Thus, Passover, 1949, marks a
new chapter in Jewish history.
Throughout the world. Jews can
rejoice that the ancient prayer
of Passover is being answered.
And in the transient camps, or.
the high seas and in the emigrant
trains. Jews will sit down to the
traditional Seder services that
will celebrate not only the deliv-
erance of their ancestors but their
own exodus to Israel. Their pray-
era prayer we are helping to
answerwill be:
Next month in Jerusalem.."
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Mlcnni
The latest Sol Strauss tale re-
lates that Mike Jacobs' barrister
is watching Mike's interests so
closely, that he checks everv out-
going call at the Twentieth Cen-
tury Sporting Club to see whether
or not all calls are of a business
nature. When Harrv Markson
wanted to telephone Willy Pep's
manager long-distance, recently.
Straus refused to sanction tr.e
call because it would incur a
heavy expense. As a result, the
Garden may lose the forthcoming
Pep-Saddler shindig to a more
"liberal" promoter.
choice*. All clubs usually check
with prospective players to see
if they are interested in joining
the pro-ranks upon finishing col-
lege. Everyone shied away from
big Jim Mclntyre. All-American
from Minnesota, because it was
known he was going to enter a
seminary to study for the minis-
try. When Lester Harrison, of the
Rochester Royals, claimed the big
fellow everybody in the room
hee-hawed. Lester turned to his
mockers and smiled: "That's
okay, gentlemen, go right ahead
and laugh. We are willing to
waste a draft choice on Mclntyre
But don't-jforget, we have one of
the best ihools for ministers in
Rochester, the Colgate University
School of Religion. There mav be
a chance that we can talk *Mc-
S&ZS-n! .enterin8 our city
scnool. Harrison may yet have
the last laugh on his league
orethren.
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Lupu And Jacob
+Jewish thrkjian
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
Page 17)
(Continued from
,h\ch she held the paper
*? !hakc and. with sad eyes,
- at little Jacob Ash-
be-
hn
|S" ioked
^fstranger, meanwhile made
wSdf B home. While the teach-
fSS absorbed reading he re-
5J2fao old German map from
2 .lf and replaced it with the
IK he b-ought. Lupu and the
Kren curiously gazed at the
Sure of the man in the frame
BE.looked down at them with
g?2S eyes. He had a small
Ek" mustache which reminded
chHdren of the little mouse,
&h, trying to escape, stumbled
Ever his thick nose and remained
Ed under it. The mouth of the
San in the picture was rigid and
IXntless, his entire face seemed
\,Tm to smile but couldn't. Lupu
fid the face from the very
tart It apparently occurred to
Kim that the man purposely got
Ion the wall to frighten the chil-
Grrr-rrr," the dog
IWame angry and was about to
Ltart barking when the stranger
|in the uniform walked over to
Ithe platform and, with a loud
Icreaking of his boots, somehow
Iconfused Lupu's thoughts.
From the platform the strang-
pointed his finger to the pic-
ture on the wall and began to
Lpeak. Evidently Lupu did not
lunderstand what was going on
to he restlessly turned his head
Snd pricked up one ear and then
other.
Even the children understood
very little of the stranger's
bpeech Thev only caught the
vords '"Our Fuehrer Hitler." Lit-
tle Jacob was also attracted by
the words "Jews and Jewish," al-
though he didn't quite grasp their
lull significance. He recalled,
however, that not very long ago,
his mother told him that he and
he entire family Ashkenazy were
Hews" and that they were all
f'Jewish."
After his speech the stranger
Raised his right arm toward the
picture. Lupu was beside himself
nrhen he saw the children stand-
ng up and, together with the
[teacher, imitate the stranger,
[turning their faces toward the
picture, and with raised right
Tins, exclaiming in unison "Heil
tfitJer."
After the salute the children
at down again their places and
vith open mouths and blinking
byes looked around. The teacher
bleared her throat and in a
feigned severe voice said, "In our
Khool the law of 'racial purity'
I being introduced today. The
bnly one among us who is not
[Aryan' is Jacob Ashkenazy and
pe is therefore expelled from
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school." The words of the teacher
confused the children ever more.
They didn't know what racial
purity was or what 'Aryanism'
meant, though they distinctly
heard that it pertained to "Song
Bird" Jacob. And Jacob, no soon-
er had he heard his name men-
tioned, stood up in terror. He
didn't even apprehend what the
teacher had just said, but with a
faint smile on his lips, nervously
began to stutter: "II did my
homework. I even know by heart
what we read yesterday."
"Jacob," the voice of the teach-
er became softer, "go home and
tell your father and mother that
you will not have to come to
school any more."
"Why!" The children silently
looked at one another and their
eyes filled with tears.
Little Jacob looked at the pic-
ture and at the stranger who was
writing something in a note book
and then at the teacher with his
big eyes wide open. It seemed
to him that she was not the same
teacher who, only a few days ago,
patted him on his black curly
head and told him that he was a
good pupil and would grow up to
be a great man.
"Why?" he wanted to ask, but
he felt a lump in his throat and
couldn't utter a word. For a little
while he lingered on, helplessly
looking at the pupils, then took
his hat, his books and with a
bowed head walked out of the
school. When he was already on
the threshold he heard "White
Dove Mitzi," "Lion Hans" and a
few more children burst out cry-
ing.
Lupu was standing at the door
and saw everything. As soon as
Jacob walked outside, he fol-
lowed him.
"Why?" the mute creature cud-
dled up lovingly and sniffed at
him.
"Lupu, the teacher is sending
me home and told me not to
come to school any more." Jacob
burst out crying and threw him-
self on the ground.
"Why?" Lupu silently whined
and licked the tears off Jacob's
cheeks. "I don't know why,
Lupu." "Hell me, was I ever
late? Didn't I study well? See my j
good marks in my notebook,
Lupu. And what we read only
yesterday I know already by
heart."
Jacob began to turn the pages
of his notebook for Lupu to see
and weepingly told him word by
word the story of the poor woods-
man who loved all animals and
never even killed a fly. All the
creatures from the weakest to
the strongest came to his hut
and rested peacefully at the thres-
hold.
The dog listened sadly and,
with his tongue, licked a tear
from Jacob's face.
The stranger in the brown uni-
form came out of the school.
Jacob was not afraid of him and
as soon as he saw him, he jumped
up from the ground and started
to run home. Lupu madly howled
at the stranger and ran over to
the rope of the bell and with all
his strength bit into the rope and
with a loud ringing called Jacob
back to school.
The teacher soon came out and
said something to Lupu and to
the stranger in the uniform, but
Lupu did not listen to anything,
but continued to ring and ring.
"Oh, you clever Jewish dog."
With these words the stranger
came over to Lupu and with the
tip of his brown boot kicked him
in the belly. The dog furiously
tugged away at the rope. He
pulled so hard that he tore the
rope off the bell.
With the rope in his mouth
Lupu savagely ran away by the
field path. He overtook Jacob,
followed him home and then ran
out into the woods.
The school of Waldheim re-
mained without a guard and
without a bell ringer. Lupu never
returned from the woods.
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Q.: What is the derivation of
the word "Maixoh?"
A Matzoh." the name given
.1 form of bread eaten
mi Pass :' have its origin
in -r.e of two .- ... R
from the Hebn w root
rung to suck out." This no-
l n may t* based on the fact
- Matzoh has the look o.
?:ra:r.ed out" bread when com-
; with the usual type of
ad It may alsc come
a H-1 rew r t meaning I
i I press fa 1
Matzoh appears as "uat-
r squeezed out" bread.
In hr.e wil I th< -* two
-. tiona. it is easy to un
why the Bible 16:3) refers to the
Matzoh" i= Lechem On:" which
n eans the "Bread of the Poor" or
:' Affliction."

Q.: What special preparations
enter into the making of the
"Mauoh?"
A : The two essential elements
involved are precaution and
The raw material, t.e., the
t be carefully watched
n the time that it is
taken to the mill. No fresh water
I must "'. upon the raw wheat
from that time on. After the
grinding, the kneading of the
I dough ;s done with a form of dis-
tilled water. Originally this was
accon by using water
d overnight." From
time of the kneeding. the
..:-. is not put aiide, but Is hur-
I ..-.-. the baking
ovens. All this is so done to pre-
venl the dough from fermenting

Q.: Is there any special reason
for the perforations in the
"Matzos?"
A : Yes, the perforations are
in order to further guaran-
tee that the dough will not rise
Our records contain evidence that
perforations were once
made in artistic forms and fig-
- After protest from Rab: fail
auth rities, this practice was p.-o-
iti I lest the real significance
of thi .ng be lost.

Q.: Why is it customary to
drip wine off the finger while
relating the ten plagues and their
representative symbols?
A.: Some persons relate the
. ... I the Biblical expression
it was the "finger of God'
:h was behind the miraculous
plagues (.ie. hence the use of
the finger). Some regard the cus-
tom I :-.bol of the fact that
h plague the number and
spirit : the enemy decreased.

Q.: What is the reason for the
"fifth cup" of wine which is
placed upon the table?
A There is a debate among
is to whether th
; on Passover eve re-
quires four cups or :.""
I :.::v :up became a debatable
tter.il upon
I the table. Since all debatable is-
cannot be solved in
in aside until
the : El : in antic pation
that Elijah will ap-
- ttle all disputes, this
I cup was called The Cup of Eli-
jah." Along with this, the belief
that Elija I guest
at tJ
Q.: Why is the dcor opened at
. this part of the Seder ceremony?
A.: It should be clearly under-
! stood that the opening of the
. door at the Seder ceremony
inally had nothing to do with
- cud of Elijah.. In the early
it was customary to open
I the beginning of the
Seder as it was proclaimed. ,-He
that :s hungry, come and eat "
.' humanitarian and universal
at ment implied is self-evident.
With -.his thought in mind the
door was usually left open
throughout Seder. For va-
rious reasons this became im-
practical and the opening of the
r was postponed until the end
oi the Sezer.
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third of a mana of silver." The
other students considered the
rule quite sensible, but the white
linen-clad figure of Moses had
shot up, his wig swinging and his
quivering fists shaking over his
head as he protested the inequal-
ity. "For all men," he declaimed,
"life for life, eye for eye, tooth
for tooth, hand for hand, foot
for foot, burning for burning,
wound for wound, stripe for
stripe." It could not be denied,
one of the snobs had later said,
that the barbarian possessed a
rather moving style and power of
rhetoric, for all his impediments
and crudities of speech.
Moses had not left the school
because of his alienation there.
Even as a child among the He-
(Continued from Page 26)
brews he had scarcely felt more
at home. It was the debaucheries
of the aristocrats, their contempt
for justice, which oppressed him,
choked him until he felt forced
to flee to the clean pure air which
his imagination expected to find
among the Hebrews.
The greater his disappointment
to find that his imagination had
only been feeding his own hopes
and desires. The Hebrews them-
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grees of impurity. In most ways,
small and large, they strove to
emulate the overlords. Rather
than hating the Egyptians as
greedy beasts, they imitated them
m manner and practice.
He hardly knew what held him
there. In these "highest quarters"
where his moves were closely
watched, his return to Goshen
was interpreted as a desire to pro-
mote the royal order, Yet, he had
not come here for the high sta-
tion and power conferred upon
him. Were it not for the glimpses
he occasionally caught of muscle
flexing beneath the fat, he would
have fled again, this time to the
desert, where he was not a
stranger. A throbbing chant
breaking fiercely on the darkness
of a heavy Nile night; the clean
lines of a few individuals
Aaron, Joshua, Caleb, Miriam,
Bezalel the self-instructed master
craftsman; the tales of the Patri-
archs still repeated and known;
these were the tenuous threads
of his hope. Perhaps the sparks
might still be fanned to flame .
if only the right leader, the true
word were sent. .
No, these were^mere fevers of
his own dreams: Look at them
now, as he approached the mortar
pits!the women bedaubed of
cheek and eyelid with cheap clay
tints in pathetic aping of the
Egyptian ladies; the men nodding
knowingly as they related details
of the worship of the bull, proud
to hint that they had seen and
perhaps had a part in the wild
celebrations. Who could ever
make this rabble realize that
their own substance was infinite-
ly more precious than the Egyp-
tian.
What were the Egyptians, in
truth? As he came closer to the
pits he could discern the soldiers
twirling their cudgels, prodding
the laborers to greater effort. In
the Theban school, little had ever
been mentioned of the state
laborers. Occasionally a professor
would describe the ample food
they received and praise the
Pharaoh's mercy in providing for
these cloddish nomads who would
otherwise have starved in the
desert. These comments were re-
cived in uneasy silence. Even the
cynical and haughty students
realized that their comfort and
imposing structures in which
they gloried were based on coer-
cion and misery. They would
have preferred not to know of
the hordes of nomads who were
lured into state service to work
as equals with Egyptians, only to
find after a short time that the
Egyptians were taskmasters, and
they virtual slaves. Moses saw
that the entire rotten structure
of society battened on his miser-
able source, on these hordes of
tricked slaves. The Hebrews were
weak and might be made strong
again, but the Egyptians were
wicked.
A perfect example was the
taskmaster whom he could now
clearly see thumping the huddled
and whimpering form of Dathan.
Drinking and desecrating in the
name of their gods, these Egyp-
tians, violating women, beating
men, beating, chopping, slashing,
hacking, whipping, beating. .
Moses strode through the fields
purposefully, crushing grass and
flowers in his path as his
knuckles whitened on his cudgel.
He knew what he had to do.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15,
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The Newest Tenant On
Diplomat's Row
Bv CONRAD WOLFSON
(Editor's Note: Miss Rita
Grossman, who is mentioned in
this column is the former news
editor of The Jewish Floridian
and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman of this
city.)
"Diplomat's row" between Fifth
and Sixth Avenue on East Seven-
tieth Street has an "old-new"
tenant. Standing next to the Asia
Society building is the greystone
mansion formerly owned by the
Vanderbilt-Smith family which
harbors these young ancients. The
number is 11 East 70th Street.
The occupants' names, graver, on
a bronze plaque, are "The Israeli
Consulate General and Israel:
Mission to the United Nations."
The plaque is fixed to the wall
by rivets in the shape of Mogen
Dovids.
While the traditions of the
people whose affairs the Consul-
ate handles in the City of New
York are ancient, the executors
of these affairs are far from
ancient in age or outlook The
attractive blonde receptionist per-
sonifies the youth and warmth
of the new Jewish state in hei
greeting to comers, who are re-
ceived with a dazzling srr.:le and
a slightly accented 'yes""
One unused to hearing Hebrew
spoken fluently outside .' a syn-
agogue would be f:r=: start]*
then amazed, then curious tc
a telephone answerer! :r :.
made in that tongue. That u I
language the receptionist a: the
Israeli Consulate uses in hunting
down those in whom callers are
interested. It is even more curious
to see her write notes on what
is being said over the phone in
Hebrew, in both the ancient He-
brew script and modern English
characters.
The calm air of the reception-
ist belies the tense activity going
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on in the other parts of the Is-
raeli Consulate. There is always
an air of tense excitement in a
place being newly set up. And
the hand-printed temporary .signs
on doors saying "push or puu
in Hebrew and English show Uiai
things are not yet completely set.
The bright red carpeting on the
marble winding staircase height-
iene the effect of excitement The
first floorjust above the base-
ment housing the supply room
and the now unused luxurious
kitchen of the former occupants
bustles with people seeking to
delve deeper into the cause of
this excitementth state of Is-
rael Some wan: to go to Israel
Xnd this first Door is the one
with -.he office where they must
apply for visas to the new state.
. They are immigrants, business-
men", adventurers, and curiosity
seekers.
Mounting the red-carpeted
marble stairs to the second floor.
.: the offices of the
central figures in this house of
hustle and ustle. On this floor
-.-.- the offices of probably the
most important representa-
I jf Israel in the United States
__Arthur Lourie, Consul General
and direct it the Israeli UN
affice and Aubrey Eban. head of
the Israeli at the UN.
----- word "Mission" will be re-
;-.-: :y -Delegation" when Is-
rael has taken r.er ng.-.tful place
ng ". -- member nations of the
: ganization.
The third floor of the Consul-
late leads to the research depart-
Imer.t which serves those of the
2.000.000 Jews of New York City
who are interested in the fate
and fortunes of the new state.
The research department is an
adjunct of the office of the Di-
rector of Information. The official
in charge is I. L. Kenen. Cana-
dian-born former journalist, and.
like the majority of those at the
Consulate, formerly with the Jew-
ish Agency, He is assistedand
he admits "she practically runs
the place"by pert Miss Rita
Grossman. "Practically runs the
place" an understatement. She
is a fountainhead of information
about the Consulate, both official
and informal.
Miss Grossman is known to all
and knows everyone at the Con-
sulate. Her attitude toward the
place and her work is typical of
that of the entire staff of youth-
ful "diplomats" who handle Is-
rael's international and public re-
lations in New York. The staff,
from the lowest to the highest,
are imbued with the importance
of their task. To them these are
not jobsthey are fighting for a
cause *
The entire office staff is proud
of the designation given it by
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharet
at the time of the fight for parti-
tion in the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly. They had all
worked until the success of a
partition vote was assured, it
was 1 a.m. The Prime Minister
came upon the stafftired and
exhausted, but still excitedly dis-
cussing the vote. He said: "When
the history of the Jewish state is
written you will be called the
stokers o'f the furnace of Israel.
These are vouthful stokers. The
oldest is Dr. Jacob Robinson, who
heads the legal department of the
Consulate and Mission on the
fifth floor. He is in his middle
50"s. Mr. Eban is 34, the young-
est UN delegate, and the other
officials are between 30 and 50.
Shelves in most of the depart-
ments are still largely bare. It
was enthusiasm from outside the
Consulate which provided these
shelves. The cases which hold
them and all of the furniture in
the Consulate H^s donated by
those interested in the success of
the new state. All of the furnish-
ings were provided through the
generosity of American Jewry.
As Mr. Kenen remarked while
admiring his desk: "Do you think
the Jewish state could afford a
desk like this?"
The eyes of staff members light
up when they talk about what
people think of the Consulate.
The luxurious voluntarily-do-
nated furnishings are one tangi-
ble sign of how highly outsiders
regard the Consulate and its
work. Other examples are the
little stories of visitors who stop
and stare at the building from
outside. Or those who come in to
ask for Israel stamps. Or the
rabbi who begged permission for
his pre-Bar Mitzvah class to
"look at where Mr. Eban sits."
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*Jdnisli noridfian
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
This Passover Of All Passovers
By Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin
This Passover when the toast
"Next Year in Jerusalem!" rings
With the truth of personal and
immediate reality, we may well
reflect on the road of the ages
Which has brought us to this
juncture where we behold, with
5 wn eves, the Jewish State a
(2 of. history. This Passover,
Specially, we. should contem-
plate the spiritual resources,
which enabled us to survive and
survive gloriously, although we
lacked the common possessions
of nationhood, a country and a
government of our own.
From the very inception of our
national consciousness, we quest-
ed for an answer to the riddle
of the meaning of our existence
and, also, to the puzzle of the
existence of other nations and of
the universe as a whole. Our col-
lective answer always has been
that we are to become "holy"
individuals and a "holy" nation,
in approximation to the "holi-
ness" of God. "You shall be holy,
for I the Lord your God am
Kedushaholiness thus as-
sumed the meaning "dedication"
dedication to the program
which Kadosh Yisraelthe Holy
One of Israel had decreed for His
people, "chosen" for the tasks
bound up with the dedication.
This, and this alone, is why we
have clung to life during two
thousand years of exile and un-
told sufferings! This, and this
alone, is why we have prayed,
hoped, worked and died for our
eternal hope to "renew our days
as of old" on our own soil.
Sociologists and historians who
explain Jewish survival with se-
cularly oriented theories couched
in terms of national existence as
an end in itself, are oblivious of
the most important and harrow-
ing fact of Jewish history in the
diaspora, namely, that the life
of the jew was so dismal and
hopeless on the existence as an
end in itself level, that if not for
the extra-existential sphere which
the Jew had created for his real
life, the spiritual life that count-
ed, Jewish survival would have
been cut short centuries ago. The
steady flame of the Jewish will
live as a nation in the Land of
the Fathers, would have been ex-
tinguished ages ago if it had had
only the goal of national exist-
ence as an end in itself to feed it.
We are an exception people-
am echad ba'aretz. As a result,
our national problems and as-
pirations cannot be defined and
understood in terms accepted by
and valid for other nations. We
are a unique people, if only be-
cause we have endowed the
Western worldthe only part of
the globe which has made uni-
versal history thus farwith its
entire stock of religious beliefs,
ethical ideals and moral norms.
One simply cannot understand
Jewish history unless one keeps
sight of the sui generis nature of
those who made it. It is a history
without analogy and the greatest
injustice which has been done to
it, was inflicted by historians at-
tempting to explain the Jewish
road of the ages with generally
valid terms and laws. It just can-
not be done! One cannot explain
why we survived and why we
want Eretz Israel, and only Eretz
Israel, with cold reason, for to
suffer and sacrifice what we have
suffered and sacrificed, indivi-
dually and collectively, for the
return to our Land isunreason-
able. It is as unreasonable in
time and as right in eternity as
were the paths of all those who
opposed, and oppose, the stream
of what is accepted as "reason-
able" in the market place.
Why not admit it? The pro-
gram of Jewish assimilation is
"reasonable." Though it may not
fully succeed in the first, second
and, possibly, the third genera-
tionit leads to a "reasonable"
solution of the Jewish problem.
Is it not "reasonable" to get rid
of characteristics which hamper
ones progress and happiness in
the world? After all, this is the
"reasonable" program of assim-
ilation. It is as "reasonable" as
Dale Carnegie's "How To Make
Friends and Influence People,"
but also as shallow.
It is "reasonable" to follow the
crowd, and profitable as well.
Those who don't, are "eccentric"
and if there is one thing the
crowd will not forgive, it is de-
viation from what is the axis of
its world. We Jews have been
perennial "eccentrics."
This, and this alone, is the root
of the Jewish problem: our "ec-
centricity," which is our mark of
distinction even as it is the rod
of our chastisement and the
source of our unceasing quest to
be dedicated and be worthy of the
dedication conferred upon us by
Kadosh Yisrael.
Why do we want the Jewish
State?
To provide a refuge for home-
less DP Jews? They might find
refuge elsewhere. If we had tried
as hard to provide homes for the
(Continued on Page 39)
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+Jelshnurldlkin
FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1949
Rep, Sol Bloom-The Statesman, The Jew
_______.... *? ^,1J ^ vAmamhpr thP time
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
EDITOR'S NOTE: The fol-
lowing is from an interview
held several weeks ago in which
Rep. Sol Bloom said he had en-
joyed a full life but that his
health was failing him. His sec-
retary said this week that it
was probably his last interview
with a reporter.
WASHINGTON Supreme
happiness filled the heart of Rep.
Sol Bloom at the climax of his
career. .. .
The elder statesman attributed
this joy to the victory of Israel
a victory which he believed fore-
told a new golden age for we
Jewish people. ,
"Israel's courageous men and
women," he said, "have won more
respect for the Jewish people on
the battlefield than anything eLse
the Jews have done in thousands
of yearsincluding your motion
picture industry, garment indus-
try, or the raising of $250,000,000
charity quotas. What they did
makes me proud to share their
religion." ,.
Anti-Semitism will decline now
that Jews throughout the world
can point to Israel where their
people have won themselves an
honored place as a free nation, ne
said. The fighting Israelis have
not only captured the imagina-
tion of the freedom-loving peo-
ples of the world but had com-
pletely won Rep. Bloom
The chairman of the U. b.
House of Representatives Com-
mittee on Foreign Affairs had
long had a foreign affair, a love
affair at that. Object of his af-
fection had been the spirit of the
Zionists who built Israel out of
the desert. And he had helped
wherever and whenever he could.
He could not remember the time
that he did not repeat the prayer,
"L'Shono Habo B'Yerusholayim
(Next Year In Jerusalem). But he
did more than pray.
He almost literally raised tne
roof off the Capitol when, m 1933.
Great Britain restricted immigra-
tion to Palestine to 75,000 for a
five-year period. His Foreign Af-
fairs Committee condemned the
White Paper as "a clear repudia-
tion of the convention bet.veen
the United States and Great
Britain." Then he was instru-
mental, during the course of (he
Bermuda conference on refugees,
in the admission of 30,000 addi-
tional DP's to Palestine. In Jan-
uary, 1944, he strongly supported
the resolution that the United
States take appropriate measures
to the end that a Jewish nation
be set up.
Sol Bloom was a member ol
the United Nations Committee on
Trusteeships and it was largelv
through his efforts that Article
80 was adopted, safeguarding the
rights of the Jewish community
of Palestine. Later in 1945 he
steered the so-called Palestine
Resolution through the House of
Representatives and saw its final
acceptance. Early in the fall of
1947 he urged the administration,
with whom he has always worked
in close harmony, to approve toe
partition plan.
How the indefatigable worker
helped swing votes of U.N. deleg-
ates toward the two-third ma-
jority required for partition is a
favorite Washington story. The
vote of Gen. Carlos P. Romulo.
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Philippine delegate, was crucial.
Rep. Bloom tried to reach him
but without success. Then he
found that the Philippine deleg-
ate was aboard the Queen Mary
at sea. It was a surprised general
who received a radio-telephone
call from Sol Bloom in the mid-
tlantic. ..
On May 13 he saw in sight the
fulfillment of his dream but there
was still the doubt of American
recognition of the nation which
was about to be proclaimed, bo
Sol Bloom had a heart-to-heart
talk with President Truman. Two
days later history was made
when the President's surprise an-
nouncement of recognition elec-
trified the world.
Zionism will not die if those
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PAGE THIRTY-FIVE
By ALFRED SEGAL
EW GUEST AT SEDER .
rve been thinking that this
ir the door we open at Seder
Should invite an additional in-
visible guest. And a brimming
.n for him! He seems most ap-
rnn iate in the Seder guest list,
p firing"recent historic events.
WAfter fhe householder has
.rfeted Elijah and presented him
fo the company and held before
Ks eyes the cup of wine that has
n waiting aU evening, he gives
3 "And^now, my dear wife, my
children, my friends, I have a
surprise for you. We are about
o receive a guest we have never
had here before on these occa-
Jons. AH the years before we ve
& the prophet of peace Elijah,
with us at these feasts. And high-
ly honored we have been to have
h'I have allowed the door to re-
main open for this other guest
who shortly will be with us. My
eood wife, my children, my
friends, we are about to receive
as guest one whom we long have
had cause to despise. I have ar-
ranged to have Pharaoh with us
tonight-that king Pharaoh who
enslaved our people, on whom all
the plagues were visited.
Don't be afraid, children. Time
does something even to the most
terrible of people. Time has done
to Pharaoh, as you shall see.
"I raise the cup to him. He is
among us. Pharaoh! We can af-
ford to be generous this year,
having in mind events that lately
have happened."
We leave the householder
standing, glass in hand, at his
table while I explain the heresy
of having Pharaoh as special
guest at Seder this time. I myself
think this is just the time to do
the gracious, if ironic, thing for
Pharaoh. There's pleasure of gra-
ciousness mixed with irony.
Sophisticated old-timers like Jews
know how to combine gracious-
ness and irony in a tasteful dish.
There's nothing like a dish of
sweet and sour, such as fish.
Pharaoh has been an awfully
melancholy figure in history all
these years. Consider the glitter-
ing past! He had plenty of slaves
to work for his living, had
chariots and horses, had temples
and tombs, felt sure of gorgeous
immortality in the majestic tomb
he had built for himself.
Slaves were for the worms but
his immortality felt safe in the
tomb, what with the gold, silver
and alabaster that would accom-
pany him, what with the chariots,
the horses and the slaves that
would go along; what with his
divine privilege that would pre-
serve his kingdom for a thousand
years and a thousand years more
and thousands even after the two
thousand.
But in time, when Pharaoh had
been waiting in his tomb many
millenia, archaeologists came
there and took it all away from
him, took the gold and silver, the
alabaster and the chariots, took
even Pharaoh himself and set
them in museums as pathetic
relics of the vanity of man.
The land of Egypt itself be-
came a vassal. It is clownish
vengeance that history likes to
take, though it's no time to laugh
at Pharaoh when we are having
him as guest at our Seders.
Yes, his unhappy ghost surely
is wandering arounda lost soul
seeking the gold, silver and ala-
baster, the chariot, the horses and
the slaves that were to serve him
forever in the tomb which they
entered together.
Considering the recent event of
history and having in mind this
season of the Passover, I came
around to the idea that this was
precisely the Seder for us to have
Pharaoh enjoyably as a guest.
The door has remained open,
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Passover Message
Bv HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR.
General Chairman, United
Jewish Appeal
At this Passover season, when
we commemmnratc the Exodus of
our people from Egypt, we are
faced with a stirring re-enact-
ment of history. For 1949 is again
a vear of Exodus for the Jewish
' peopleExodus from the miser-
able D.P. camps ar.d the ruined
cities of Europe, escape from
poverty and oppression in the
countries of North Africa.
This is the year of Jewish
homecoming. More than 25.000
homeless Jews are entering Is-
rael each month. A minimum of
250.000 will enter during 1949.
The new Jewish state, despite
military and economic problems,
is bending every effort to wel-
come this great immigrationan
immigration that amounts to an
increase of one-third of the pop-
ulation of the country in the space
of a single year.
But this vast influx of new-
comers carries with it obligations
which the Jews of Israel cannot
meet unaided. More than 50,000
new immigrants in Israel are at
this moment living in crowded
reception centers, and many
thousands of them are living in
tents. Thev are living under the
open skv because of the lack of
fund.* to provide them with de-
cent housing.
We in America, through the
S250.000.000 campaign of the
I United Jewish Appeal, can and
must supplv the necessary funds.
Our generosity must prevent the
transfer of the atmosphere of the
D.P. camps to the soil of Israel.
We must provide adequate food
and clothing and shelter for the
newcomers.
The three agencies of the United
Jewish Appealthe Joint Distri-
bution Committee, the United
Palestine Appeal and the United
Service for New Americansare
linked together in making possi-
ble the homecoming of hundreds
Of thousands of our people this
vear. Through the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee we must provide
for transportation and other as-
sistance in the emigration of the
great numbers that are stream-
ing towards the land of their
dreams. We must also maintain
the program of rehabilitation for
those who remain behind, wheth-
er in Eastern Europe or in North
Africa.
The funds of the United Pales-
tine Appeal, through the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, must take
care of the enormous tasks of re-
ceiving, caring for and absorbing
the newcomers to Israel. For
those who come to the United
States, and it is expected that
25.000 Jewish refugees will reach
these shores in 1949. the United
Service for New Americans must
provide assistance to speed their
integration.
Now. when the gates of Israel
are wide open, we have before us
the greatest opportunities ever
given to any generation of Jews
to end for all time the homeless-
ness of the great masses of our
people. American Jewry has al-
ways given a good account of it-
self in dealing with its responsi-
bilities to its fellow Jews through-
out the world. I know that it will
dedicate itself with the greatest
devoted to the United Jewish Ap-
peal again this year. We have
within our reach the prospect of a
new era in which most of our
fellow Jews will be helped to be-
come self-sustaining and free
from misery and suffering. I feel
confident that when we next cele-
brate Passover, we shall be able
to do so in the bright atmosphere
of fulfillment and revival.
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APRlt 15. 1949
FRIDAY,
ft Future Of The Goluth And Yiddish
Condensed from a lecture at the Histadruth L'Tarbuth in Miami)
^ By PINCUS PUCHKOFF
Is it not the time now for a
new Yiddish?
Let us try to contemplate this
nroblem comprehensively.
I, is a fact, though paradoxical,
that being the first Monotheists,
he first believers in one God,
one Power, we Jews' neveTthe:
n> in relation to our national
aneuage. arc always Dualists.
We always have had two lan-
onaees one our own Hebrew lan-
fuago and the other a Goluth
Sage, a satelite. With each
SB wc have had a Goluth
language^ ^^ Goiuth language
was to us nothing else than a
so-called 'Laaz" (a foreign
soeech) and "DivreiChoi" (se-
cular words) but each time we
gradually adapted ourselves until
the language was, so to say,
proselvtized and adopted by the
people Sometimes we even
cherished the language just as
our own Hebrew.
Moreover, beyond the Tanach
(Bible) with most of the Apocry-
phas also naturally, the Hebrew
Renaissance of the Hascala
Epoch, the best and the greatest
in our literature was created in
Goluth languages.
In the days of the first temple
already was" Alexandria, the place
of the Scptugint, a great Goluth
center of Jewish Greek philoso-
phers as Philo Judaeus, Aristobles
and others. '
The Babilonian Talmud in
Aramaic is incomparably greater
and richer than the Jerushelmian.
Even some of our prayers were
composed in Aramaic, as the
Kadish and others.
In Arabic, during the Golden
Epoch, were created gigantic
works as: 'Haemuneth V'Ha-
deoth" by Rav Saadia Gaon;
"Chovath Halvovath" by Rabenu
B'Chai; "Moreh N'Vochim" by the
Rambatn or the "Cusri" by Juda-
Halevi.
Now for the last few centuries
we adopted another Goluth lan-
guage. This time it was a German
dialect.This time it compre-
+Jewlst>ncriciiat7
PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN
hended all layers of the people,
penetrating into the deepness of
the masses so much as to be
named Yiddish, daring even to
pretend to the Jewish National
Language.
It seems this "Shniuth" (Dual-
ism) is in our blood, as one of our
Russian Jewish poets (I think,
it was Simeon Frug) once said:
"Dva dostoiania
Dala Nam sudba;
Shzazdu Svobode
A dolu Raba"
(Two possessions
Us Destiny gave
Thirst for freedom
And the lot of a slave).
This time the Goluth language,
indeed, throve and became very
strong. Our most talented writers
and poets Hebrew lovers ceased
to call her "Zargon" or "Shif-
cho" (servant girl). (These names
were given her during the Has-
calah Epoch.)
They all became Yiddish writ-
ers and Yiddish poets.They all
created a Yiddish literature and
a Yiddish press, which surpasses
all our previous Goluth lan-
guages, all the Yiddishes we ever
had. Even Ch. N. Bialic, the High
Priest in Hebrew created and
wrote in Yiddish.
And no wonder this Goluth lan-
guage, this German dialect ac-
quired the name "Yiddish," be-
cause she was really proselytized
by absorbing in herself almost
50% of Hebrew idioms. Yiddish
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thus was not a "Zarah" (a rival |
wife) to Hebrew. On the contrary
she has kept and guarded He-1
brew a great deal.
Now I will dwell a little to
state, to my great sorrow, that
'".e,..,l1|M draws near that this
Yiddish must die. (I hope and
pray our Yiddishists should not
make of me a "heap of bones").
The writer, though an ardent He-
braist, is fond of Yiddish, the
language of Mendele and Sholem
Aleiehem. He himself has written
couple of books in Yiddish.
But why should we deceive
ourselves? The Yiddish of today
will pass away.It is dying out
with us Emigrants, more or less,
Americanized. It is dying out with
our children and particularly with
our grandchildren, American
"Zabros" (the youth born in Eretz
Israel is called "Zabra"). It is a
fact and no one will gainsay it.
With the change of the place
of the Goluth must also come
the change of the Goluth lan-
guage. The place of our Goluth
has been changed, consequently,
the Goluth language has to be
changed too.
The greater part of the num-
ber and the greater part of the
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_FRIDAY. APRIL 15,

Plain Talk
(Continued from Page 351 j
Pharaoh has come out of the
street.
The householder continues: j
"Welcome. Pharaoh: An hour or ;
so ago I was mentioning here the
ten plagues by which was mani-
fested to vou" the power of the
Lord God Jehovah. Between you
and me. I think the dark-ess that
fell over Egypt w*s the wcrst of
all your plagues. Darkness, my
friend, is the bitterest of human
afflictionsdarkness of the heart.
darkness of the mind, darkness
of the eyes.
-But we are Jetting bygones re
bvgones tonight. Tonight I've in-
vited vou not :o admni-'r. y _
the plagues that God showed you
but to show you the justice oi
God in good time
The householder takes up
current event but not with the
vain pride that might be exr
in a man who has seen --
corning back home to Canaan by
combat with the armies of t.-.e
Egyptians who were his masters
when he was slave. He speaks
with solemn reverence of a mir-
acle he had seen.
Oh. friend Pharaoh. I saw it!
I saw vour people, the Egyp-
tians, coming to ask peace of Is-
rael' It was only the other month.
Israel who had been the slave
had vanquished the people of ms
master in righteous battle. And I
saw your people coming to ask
'-- peace of Israel. I saw it:
"1 am not rubbing it in. r.ease
11. -i.-e the expression Since you
witnessed plagues nough, it isn't
-v idea t: hurt yu more I am
>nly witnessing the majesty of
; .o time evens
things up. you might say. Tn*
masters come I peace of
: oes wh were th
those whe were I ve s
______^^
Rep. Sol Bloom~The Statesman, The Jew
(Continued from Page '-
who reallv love Israel will
tinue working to raaki th< Jew-
ish national home an outstanding
home in the community : na-
tions. Sol Bloom said Ke did not
answer when asked ::' he w _"
to visit Israel. But the gleam :n
his eyes gave him away.
Rep. Bloom would have ob-
served his 79th birthday re-
centlv. It's listed in the books as
March 9 but he said with typical
humor that he was born, accord-
ing to family records, -three
weeks after Uncle Charley's cow
died." They didn't keep such
good record's in 1870 in Illinois
but the son born to a bankrupt i
Peoria dry- goods merchant didn't ^BQTT ELECTRIC INC.
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The life of Sol Bloom was
marked by service to his fell
his fellow Jews as well as all
Americans. Always the advocate
:'. sunshine and a smile, he began
early rr.r^rc happiness into the
S :f others through the
medium :f shrw rusmess. K:5 :n-
-.-. was credited with saving
the Chicago Exposition of 1893
ial collapse. That in-
genuity, coupled with honesty
,-: determination, had aided him
t become a great American and
to make America greater because
?:' him
Thus, contentment had come to
this amazing man who rose from
the theatrical business to guide
American foreign policy
'I invited you to our Passover
feast that you may witness this
with us: for. my friend Pharaoh.
it is about time you knew this
after all your years of futility in
the tomb. We rejoice that our
kinsmen in Canaan gave your
people a righteous peace, as is
becoming. Let's have a drirk
The door is closed ... o*3
dear wife, my children, my
friends." savs the householder,
mav all our enemies come to
see that the persecuted who live
bv the spirit can not be destroyed.
And let us live by the spirit that
in the fullness of time we may
hold forth to then: the welcom-
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(I hope no one will find any
social impropriety in my sug-
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This Passover Of All Passovers
(Continued from Page 33)
_ 1tMt in the Americas, or in
DP Jof the territories projected
!ny nr Steinberg's "Freeland
by 1,' as we have exerted our-
BSTlD securing the Jewish
ffe the DP camps would have
v *vacated long ago.
Kl show the world that we are
n,iion like the rest, with a
lto efficient and skilled army
h SS thriving ndustnes and
W,Lrou farms, with modern
?S and model'hospitals? The
is not worth the candle
SI national existence as an end
f JSStoi senseless, .though
IprhaDS as instinctively right as
Ron the level of the individual
acting incentives beyond those
connected with the satisfaction of
Seal needs and desires
P To solve "The Jewish Prob-
lem'" Israel will not be able to
lolve it in the forseeable future,
nr under the most auspicious
conditions it will not be able to
take in more than another three
ScJn of the twelve (million
Diaspora Jews. Moreover, with a
"reasonable1 approach, 'The
Jewish Problem" could be settled
in a generation or two. Closing
down our synagogues, Jewish
schools and organizations, and
encouraging intermarriage, would
dispose of "The Jewish Problem
in all countries where it now
exists. .
Why then, do we want this
Jewish State newly born? And
why do we tremble for its wel-
fare? To be reassured about the
military progress of Haganah? Of
course. To be reassured that Is-
rael's government is functioning
efficiently? Naturally. But above
all and everything, I believe, our
thoughts, interests and emotions
revolve about what happens in
Israel during these days of trial
and triumph, because we look
forward to the day when the
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peace, will usher in the period
when the Jewish State and its
people may divert energy and
strength to the areas where there
is something more than national
existence as an end in itself.
It is unfortunate that the idea
of the "Mission of Judaism," va-
riously referred to as the "Jew-
ish Mission" and the "Jewish
Burden," has been all but ne-
glected by Zionist thinkers, as
the result of its having been
claimed as the central idea of
the anti-Zionist Reform Judaism
of yesterday. Yet, the "Jewish
Mission" to the world is in-
separable from Jewish nation-
hood. This mission, and nothing
else, was why Abraham was told
to forsake his country and go to
the Land God would show him.
He was promised greatness and
prosperity there, so that in him
"all the families of the earth be
blessed."
The idea of the "Jewish Mis-
sion," as first enunciated in
Genesis and reiterated and ela-
borated by the Prophets, is neither
a national nor anti-national. On
the contrary, its center of gravity
lies in Jewish nationhood. It does
not proclaim the superfluity of
Jewish territorial nationhood but,
on the contrary, presupposes Is-
rael in its own land, free and its
own master, for the effective dis-
charge of the "Mission."
Far from detracting from Jew-
ish national awareness, the idea
of the "Jewish Mission" has been
its strongest prop. For it was the
unshakable belief in our appoint-
ed purpose and "Mission" which
sustained us. We bore the un-
bearable because the Prophets
had taught us that there was
meaning and a purpose in our
agony and travail. We suffered
not in vain but for a goal, a mis-
sionour "Jewish Mission." We
were the suffering Servant whom
the Lord pleased to crush by dis-
ease to see if his soul would offer
itself. .
This day of Redemption is now
upon us and with it there has
been renewed and intensified the
challenge: To be a blessing for
all the families of the earth. Ob-
viously, we shall have to keep
our own vineyard and cultivate
it well before assuming the bur-
den of looking after the vineyard
of others. But the two tasks are
not mutually exclusive; on the
contrary. We became the provid-
er nation for the spiritual-reli-
gious needs of the Western world
precisely by cultivating our vine-
yard so well and thoroughly.
The Wisdom of the Fathers, of
"If I am not for myself, who will
be for me? But if I am only for
myself, what do I amount to?"
holds eternally good.
It is along these lines of the
fusion of Jewish nationalism with
universal humanism that the
spiritual road of Israel must pro-
ceed. "Next year in Jerusalem!"
must now be implemented by
"For from Zion will go forth the
Law and the word of God from
Jerusalem."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15,
1949
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V
The Future Of The Goluth And Yiddish
(Continued from Page 37)
structure of our people live now
in America, in the English speak-
ing America with such a Jewish
entity as New York, a center of
Torah and Wisdom, a "Purr.badi-
tha d" America." our Goluth lan-
guage, our Satelite language has
to be English too.
We r.eed a Yiddish in the
Tfutza(employing with respect
to America the new modern and
more euphmistic term for the
word "Goluth") and we must
have it. because each Y.
each time kept us alive in all our
various Goluthieth It gave Ufl a
certain cohesion to Hebrew and!
kept us from perishing. \
It is true. America is a land of
liberty Is America, we heard |
some theorists saying, exists ai
so-called -Cultural Pluralism,'
i.e America, the hodge-podge of
nationalities, has place for ail her
various ethnic groups, for all her
minorities, maintaining their
nationalism and their own cul-
ture.
Yet we see the process of As-
similation in America pacing very
rapidly. If we do not want to lose
our English speaking y at!
which is.
after all. our I
scrupulous concern: if '
them to grow up Jews to tt
membership in Israel, we must
pav more atter.t: n t- En| -
We must make English our
Yiddish
Our new Tfutza is America ana
will remain such for a long time
and our Tfutza-language. our
Satelite language has to be Eng-
lish. English must become our
new Yiddish.
English must be proselytized.
We must inject in its both speak-
ing and writing, a great many
phrases as we did previously in
all our Goluth languages.
Words for instance asBnth.
Cheder, Melamed. Beth-Medrash.
Bar Mitzvah. Bachur. Shadchan.
Tnoim, Chupa. Bodchan. Cles-
mer. Chaton. Cala. Mechuton.
Masel-Tov, Get. Grusha, Alrr.an.
Almana, Erev-Shaboth. Merchatz.
C.-.alah. Kiddush. Havdala. etc. .
Such overwhelming abundance
of Hebrew words woven and ab-
sorbed into English, will create
for us a new Yiddish, with a
Yiddish atmosphere t.-.at will
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| We are now living through the
greatest Milestone in our history.
We are now on a crossroad: it is
therefore a time now of "Shinui
Aruchin" (change of values^to
use a terminology of Achad
Haam
Now after we get Israel, there
is no more so-called "Negators of
the Goluth." antagonizing the
"cursed Goluth." preaching con-
stantly complete exodus.
Now we all. even the extreme
Zionists, are Non-negotors of the
Goluth or rather "Tfutza." be-
cause we all realize that Israel
needs the Tfutza as the Tfutza
needs Israel.
On the contrary, now after we
have Israel t.-.e "task of Zionism
first beginsthat is to keep and
guard the Jewish people in Dias-
Israel :s t.-.e center of our
nation and the Tfutza is the peri-
phery Israel is the heart of our
people and the Tfutza is its body.
:Juda Halev.
Eretz Israel always needed and
now more than ever a firm and
good Jewish "Chutz L'Eretz"
abi >ad We. ;-: writers and OUi
speakers, our Rabbis and our
teachers pedagogues and mod-
ernizes have to look now after
cur new TfutzaAmerica, and
after our new Yiddish, i.e. a
proselytized Hebraical English.
We ought to create an intense
kindred between Hebrew and
English as we did to our present
Yiddish and make English our
new Yiddish. Willy-'Nillyit is a
fact English is destined to become
our new Yiddish.
Incidentally Dr. A. Coralnic.
though himself a great Yiddish
essayist, suggested, in one of his
essavs in the "Day after the
Emergence of Hitlensm. long be-
fore Trebhonka and Maidaneck
to cast awav this German dialect
altogether as at least a partial
retaliation to Germany, what
would that essayist, by the grace
of God. have said now. after Hit-
ler nearlv wiped us out from the
face of the earth" Perhaps it is
indeed worth while to go through
all the torments of this opera-
tion to. once and forever, cease to
be Mechutonim with the worst
Amolek we ever had" So that
this genuine Amolek people will
never be our coterie, nor its de-
filed language, the language of
the Goebels and the Goerrmgs.
Bismarck once said: History-
does not like when somebody
looks in her cards history
always goes her way.You can-
not stop her."
The termination of the Eastern
Goluth is a fact.
The termination of the Ger-
manic Yiddish is also a fact.
Such is the decree of the Al-
mighty Hist >ry
We. the bulk of the Jewish
people, have now a new Goluth
Center or rather "Tfutza"
America (it should never be
called Goluth) ...
We need now a new Yiddish
to keep our youth, our children
and our grandchildren closer to
Hebrew culture, to Judaism and
to Israel. We need a new
Yiddish as a bridge to Hebrew,
as a prosdor (anteroom) to be
able to enter the Troklyn (draw-
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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT +Jenlst ftcrfffar _FRIDAY. APRIL 15, Plain Talk (Continued from Page 35 1 j Pharaoh has come out of the street. The householder continues: j "Welcome. Pharaoh: An hour or ; so ago I was mentioning here the ten plagues by which was manifested to vou" the power of the Lord God Jehovah. Between you and me. I think the dark-ess that fell over Egypt w *s the wcrst of all your plagues. Darkness, my friend, is the bitterest of human afflictions—darkness of the heart. darkness of the mind, darkness of the eyes. -But we are Jetting bygones re bvgones tonight. Tonight I've invited vou not :o admni-'r. y the plagues that God showed you but to show you the justice oi God in good time The householder takes up %  current event but not with the vain pride that might be exr in a man who has seen -corning back home to Canaan by combat with the armies of t.-.e Egyptians who were his masters when he was slave. He speaks with solemn reverence of a miracle he had seen. •Oh. friend Pharaoh. I saw it! I saw vour people, the Egyptians, coming to ask peace of Israel' It was only the other month. Israel who had been the slave had vanquished the people of ms master in righteous battle. And I saw your people coming to ask •'-peace of Israel. I saw it: "1 am not rubbing it in. r.ease 11. -i.-e the expression Since you witnessed plagues nough, it isn't -v idea t: hurt yu more I am >nly witnessing the majesty of ; .o time evens things up. you might say. Tn* masters come I peace of : oes wh were th those whe were I ve s ^^ Rep. Sol Bloom~The Statesman, The Jew (Continued from Page '%  who reallv love Israel will tinue working to raaki th< Jewish national home an outstanding home in the community : nations. Sol Bloom said Ke did not answer when asked ::' he w to visit Israel. But the gleam :n his eyes gave him away. Rep. Bloom would have observed his 79th birthday recentlv. It's listed in the books as March 9 but he said with typical humor that he was born, according to family records, -three weeks after Uncle Charley's cow died." They didn't keep such %  good record's in 1870 in Illinois but the son born to a bankrupt i Peoria drygoods merchant didn't ^BQTT ELECTRIC INC. turn out so Da3i>. The life of Sol Bloom was marked by service to his fell —his fellow Jews as well as all Americans. Always the advocate :'. sunshine and a smile, he began early rr.r^rc happiness into the S :f others through the medium :f shrw rusmess. K:5 :n-.-. was credited with saving the Chicago Exposition of 1893 ial collapse. That ingenuity, coupled with honesty ,-: determination, had aided him t become a great American and to make America greater because ?:' him Thus, contentment had come to this amazing man who rose from the theatrical business to guide American foreign policy %  I invited you to our Passover feast that you may witness this with us: for. my friend Pharaoh. it is about time you knew this after all your years of futility in the tomb. We rejoice that our kinsmen in Canaan gave your people a righteous peace, as is becoming. Let's have a drirk The door is closed ... o*3 dear wife, my children, my friends." savs the householder, •mav all our enemies come to see that the persecuted who live bv the spirit can not be destroyed. And let us live by the spirit that in the fullness of time we may hold forth to then: the welcoming cup in brotherhood." (I hope no one will find any social impropriety in my sugting Pharaoh as a seder guest this vear.^ HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WANT TO BUY A BUSINESS? 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PAGE SIXTEEN 9-MnishihrUlar FRIDAY, APRIL RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jewish Community Center (ConserratiTe 1 2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening service a: 1:1! Rabbi Max Kaufman, assisted by the choir, will conduct the service ar.d speak. An Oaef Shabbat will I the services on Friday evening. Saturday services at It) a.m. K: after the morning services 8 school at lOiSO. Hebrew school >'%  > %  day, Tuesday and Wednesday p.m. Confirmation and Bar Mltsvmb -ses at extra se*?. reday 1 p m. Mir.y.m .rn i.'t daily a". Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Milton Friedman. Pan r S*J rices I Wt Ineeday even ..A] • I i :J F.*> t:S0 I %  %  %  .-semces S:M a m ipi : : ;...: • speak evei ns; i morr.. ^ at Congregation Beth DaT-.i CooserratiTe', 135 N.W. Third Are. Rabbi Max Sha?L-cRer. M—rif Mamche*. s. : : %  f and Prids %  .%  Next v.• -"'be h< I : %  ? sa? -".'"%  i %  • %  at -IPMI • .%  • ~ -" T:i will be held th< %  : • -' • I United Jewish Schools. North Campus, University of Miami. Sunday G hool at 10 a.m. Daddies Hi re* %  Q 2:45 to 6:00 p.m Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1065 Dade Blvd., Miami Beach. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at S:i5. l!j M Passcver i at "^... luct the sermon m I % %  ;' % %  )-': A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL It H. Shaddick REALTOR Sales Property Management Mortgage Loans 3218 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES Phone 48-2591 %  %  %  Dr. Mei • I Schr. • ndles and Milton r iln* for th< %  •s %  %  the public U ttend. %  Special 1 Religious Congregation, 3681 N.W. 2nd St Fri i at 6. Sal g at Mine Temple Beth Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelerrter. %  %  4 g. Su Temple Israel iReformi. 137 N.E. 19th St. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitma.-.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. F.siri Emeritus. service at %  M of Pi %  %  liar) : .April li. • %  • Api 16. 11 • e of 1 ass ver --'•• %  t 11 Coral Gables Jewish Center Liberal). Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. .::-. Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cir.:e: Berele Kelemer. • S:i| ; it Past ver nit) Sedei at 7:3 ;iia; %  • %  %  ; • -. • nlng at • • • %  R ibbl A: i h'ri'tlom In Body ai evening al Sal at I i "'• ... & %  i p.m fol• •%  R on the Pi of tin \v. k •: %  I : I %  I ::.. 1'.. Ily services at 7:3 I ;i m ar.d 6:1! p m Tues.lay. April 19, evening %  es at 6.1V Wedne.aday. April 10, at 11 a.m. Rabbi April will Crossing the Red Sea Ding at S:30 -.Memorial %  -' Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. : services Thursday and Friday S:J0 a.m. Kiibhl Rackovsky's topic will be "Out Of HondFrlday •-Butranee to Mlncha at 1:16. Saturday • %  .,• Rabbi RacHovsky will ..fficiate and speak on "Passover— I of Spring." At 5:11 p.m. I R, ,. vsky will read the Por• of the Week Mlncha at o:4o ,. S Seudos and a proHebrew ngs and zmlros. es at T:3i> a.m. <-!".'" Idn —1 by the Rabbi ..t 6:15 p.m. followed by a lib laws and customs, • n it I Congregation Keneseth Israel (Orthodox), 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. Frl u evening -• vices at 615 p.m. .-. morning si : vices at 9 a.m. it S p m. followed by Shalos Israelite Center (General), 3346 S.W. 24lh St. s at 7 a m. Friday night Refreshments will lately following the morning services -•' %  : m — Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canlor Jacob Y. Goldring. On of Passover at 9 man will preach on the subject: "The Pawn of a New Day <-'n the second day at 9 a.m. Spli Itual Therapy." i y at 9 a.m. Babbi IS "Turn the Clock Back. _-hth day, April 21. Lehrman will speak on "Lights Mem al services at a K I a is Shabbos servli • r la], April 15. Sabbath • Api II 16, at 9 o'clock • Bai ry. son of Mr. and .Junior Congregation i youth breakfast servTO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER V I. Reifman SIGNS 623 5th St Phone 5-7210 Near Euclid and Washington Aves. Bond Transfer Co. Trucking 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE STEINS SOL MARGERY ANN THE LONDON SHOP A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL S.J. 420 Lincoln Road Realtor FOR REAL PASSOVER MEALS OPEN THE ENTIRE HOLIDAY WEEK HEBREW NATIONAL Kosher Restaurant & Delicatessen SEASON'S GREETINGS GILPIN'S CAMERA STORE Photographic Supplies and Accessories for the Amateur and Professional Opposite Hunlingion Bldg. 159 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-0463 S. II. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 1437 Washington Avenue I. FARBER. Mgr. Miami Beach Ph. 5-5S94 OR SHOULSOS D.rtctcr Room, Board (Dietary Laws) 24 HR. EXPERT NURSING CARE 2 ACRES GROUND—ON BEACH S50.C0 PER WEEK PASSOVER RESERVATIONS CORDIALLY INVITED DR. SHOULSON'S 1681 Meridian Ave.. Miarr.i Beach. 58-0112 W A I. II E X AND W A L L E If SEPTIC TANKS '--'-""d and Rpcrird DRAIN FIELDS PFLAID %  '.'•' i -res 34 0f] M w o, lh Ave PHONE 88-2150 Ice at 10 a.m. Sunday In the Center patio Hebrew nchool Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 6.30. Sunday school 10 o'clock to noon. Pre-klndergarten school Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 12. All I'axsnver services will be conducted by Rabbi Irvine Lehrman and Cantor J Y. Ooldring. Services S a.m. and 1:15 p.in Sunday, April IT through Tuesday, April 19. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Religious services will be held at I |{ p.m. and at 8:30 a.m. during the first two and last two days of the holiday; at 6:15 p.m.. 7 and 8 a m During the intervening days. Cantor LouiB Chernowltz will chant the Passover ritual. On Thursday, April 14, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Food of Our Forefathers" and Friday. April 15, on "Food From Israel." Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Rebular Sabbath asm* Junior services held for ^MJ 0 V elementary gchool age In ,^'"> School annex at i(, J he R'l>ik rectlon of Max Rertman ?V ,w UMw Klddush will be Served n,.a 1 U "$, rectlon of Mrs. Jos. uh H.' d '^ J cha at 6 followed l.v il 1 ,cr % Rabbi Meacheloff „• >, S ^ alo J Seud£ Portion of the Week '^ k "" at 9:30 a.m. Dally sch !" 2 nday ^ Mescheloffs topic 'will "lU Si ^1* the Seas" and „n T Wi Cr M 21. on "What of ,he SSSSft A I Temple Emanu-El ( Htfo J I 1801 S. Andrew. Ave.. Fort La! erdale. Dr. Marius Ramon. Rlb Friday evening senicA. i Rabbi Ranson win "p^h ,V. H mon. A reception win tMnm i w 1 reception hall. The pubUc h l H to attend the sen-Ice at 8 n „ i n "'5l reception at 9:30 pm P"i. and th*| a/muos jT O R6S 7/u tjouu cltfvp&'&juiuti ? && %  && c* of Wi^ Manischewitz Wines AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING KOSHER WINE "Taste the DWerpnee" Concord Grape — Sweet GrapeMalaga — Sauterne From the State of Israel: Mizrach Carmel Slivovitz^Port—Tokay—Six Year Old Brandy Mt. Scopus Slivovitz and W ishniak FAMOUS ZWACK SLIVOVITZ Ol It POLICY: Weinkles Will Never Be Knowingly Undersoia — FREE DELIVERYS SIOKES TO SIRV* Y O U — *> MIAMI 85?b NW l?lh BtsafM A e jid BU.I 23rd Si Pfc/1115 PU3-15?5 MIAMI BtACH Alton Road Ph b /Gtt CORAL GABLES ;?l!Poncf 108Pancc de lewi fcj* Ph 4 4?0f> W 4-036?



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PAGE FORTY JenistFkrktiafi FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 1 i i • I 1 i : l V The Future Of The Goluth And Yiddish (Continued from Page 37) structure of our people live now in America, in the English speaking America with such a Jewish entity as New York, a center of Torah and Wisdom, a "Purr.baditha d" America." our Goluth language, our Satelite language has to be English too. We r.eed a Yiddish in the Tfutza—(employing with respect to America the new modern and more euphmistic term for the word "Goluth") and we must have it. because each Y. each time kept us alive in all our various Goluthieth — It gave Ufl a certain cohesion to Hebrew and! kept us from perishing. \ It is true. America is a land of liberty Is America, we heard | some theorists saying, exists ai so-called -Cultural Pluralism,' i.e America, the hodge-podge of nationalities, has place for ail her various ethnic groups, for all her minorities, maintaining their nationalism and their own culture. Yet we see the process of Assimilation in America pacing very rapidly. If we do not want to lose our English speaking y at! which is. after all. our I scrupulous concern: if %  them to grow up Jews to tt membership in Israel, we must pav more atter.t: n tEn| —We must make English our Yiddish Our new Tfutza is America ana will remain such for a long time and our Tfutza-language. our Satelite language has to be English. English must become our new Yiddish. English must be proselytized.— We must inject in its both speaking and writing, a great many phrases as we did previously in all our Goluth languages. Words for instance as—Bnth. Cheder, Melamed. Beth-Medrash. Bar Mitzvah. Bachur. Shadchan. Tnoim, Chupa. Bodchan. Clesmer. Chaton. Cala. Mechuton. Masel-Tov, Get. Grusha, Alrr.an. Almana, Erev-Shaboth. Merchatz. C.-.alah. Kiddush. Havdala. etc. Such overwhelming abundance of Hebrew words woven and absorbed into English, will create for us a new Yiddish, with a Yiddish atmosphere t.-.at will DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441 keep our youth, our children and pur grandchildren closer to HeI brew culture, to Judaism and Isi rael. | We are now living through the greatest Milestone in our history. We are now on a crossroad: it is therefore a time now of "Shinui Aruchin" (change of values^—to use a terminology of Achad Haam Now after we get Israel, there is no more so-called "Negators of the Goluth." antagonizing the "cursed Goluth." preaching constantly complete exodus. Now we all. even the extreme Zionists, are Non-negotors of the Goluth or rather "Tfutza." because we all realize that Israel needs the Tfutza as the Tfutza needs Israel. On the contrary, now after we have Israel t.-.e "task of Zionism first begins—that is to keep and guard the Jewish people in DiasIsrael :s t.-.e center of our nation and the Tfutza is the periphery Israel is the heart of our people and the Tfutza is its body. :Juda Halev. Eretz Israel always needed and now more than ever a firm and good Jewish "Chutz L'Eretz" abi >ad We. ;-: writers and OUi speakers, our Rabbis and our teachers — pedagogues and modernizes have to look now after cur new Tfutza—America, and after our new Yiddish, i.e. a proselytized Hebraical English. We ought to create an intense kindred between Hebrew and English as we did to our present Yiddish and make English our new Yiddish. Willy-'Nilly—it is a fact English is destined to become our new Yiddish. Incidentally Dr. A. Coralnic. though himself a great Yiddish essayist, suggested, in one of his essavs in the "Day after the Emergence of Hitlensm. long before Trebhonka and Maidaneck to cast awav this German dialect altogether as at least a partial retaliation to Germany, what would that essayist, by the grace of God. have said now. after Hitler nearlv wiped us out from the face of the earth" Perhaps it is indeed worth while to go through all the torments of this operation to. once and forever, cease to be Mechutonim with the worst Amolek we ever had" So that this genuine Amolek people will never be our coterie, nor its defiled language, the language of the Goebels and the Goerrmgs. Bismarck once said: ••Historydoes not like when somebody looks in her cards history always goes her way.—You cannot stop her." The termination of the Eastern Goluth is a fact.— The termination of the Germanic Yiddish is also a fact.— Such is the decree of the Almighty Hist >ry — We. the bulk of the Jewish people, have now a new Goluth —Center or rather "Tfutza" — America (it should never be called Goluth) ... We need now a new Yiddish to keep our youth, our children and our grandchildren closer to Hebrew culture, to Judaism and to Israel. We need a new Yiddish as a bridge to Hebrew, as a prosdor (anteroom) to be able to enter the Troklyn (drawing room) of Israel and Hebrew. $ TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER DICK'S FLOWER FARMS 100 S. W. 13th Street PHONE 82-9244 PASSOVER GREETINGS Diamond Cab Co. 701 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 9-7575 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Hurst Drilling & Equipment Co. SALES AND SERVICE 9-4776 1429 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida GREETINGS WHITE BELT DAIRY MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS From Our Own Government Tested Herd OLD PLANTATION ICE CREAM CREAM — BUTTER — EGGS Phone 7-2411 GREETINGS FROM T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO., INC. CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH Dealers SALES AND SERVICE Phone 9-6516 1930 N. W. SECOND AVENUE "Miami's Oldest Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer MIAMI FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. SAUL GRIEF Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS FOUR WAY NURSERY 2313 N.W. 36th Street PHONE 78-1449 A HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA GRINDING CO. Distributors for Kleen Kut Meal Band Saw Machines Knives to Butcher, Hotel, Restaurant Servicing of Meat Choppers and Meat Band Saws RENTING-SERVICING 201 S. W. Fourth Ave. PHONE 3-5231 BEST WISHES F O R A HAPPY PASSOVER Hazel's Florist 100 S.W. 13th Street PHONE 2-8170 Is it not now time for a new Yiddish? What is your opinion, dear reader? Note: The writer in order to practice what he preaches, demtrated this idea in his recently published English book "My Four Homes" by injecting into the English a great deal of Hebrew idioms. My experiment was crowned with great success. My readers, though estranged from Hebrew, devoured each Hebrew word and each Hebrew phrase, for which they have expressed their gratification. DAN CHAPPELL Pan American Bank Building PASSOVER GREETINGS Vj^ V m ON OftOSSINOER IAKE FtRNDAtE. N. Y. IN MIAMI BEACH... GROSS.NGER. PANCOAST I ON THE OCEAN AT 29ih ST, 1 I I I It & EISENSTEEV ReatloA, Phone 5-7668 309 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN HOTEL INVESTMENTS 14 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach LEO EISENSTEIN W. L FEUER SEASON'S GREETINGS MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th AVENUE PHONE 9-2477 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PATRICIAN HOTEL 3621 COLLINS AVENUE TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Kool-Vent Aluminum Awning Co. ALUMINUM AWNINGS RESIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL BAKED ON ENAMEL FINISH Ask Us About Our Hurricane Guarantee PHONE 89-1964 6445 Biscayne Blvd. TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER H. & Y. CLUB "HOUSE OF FROGSLEGS" STEAKS — CHOPS — CHICKEN — SEAFOOD Dining-Dancing until 3 A. M. Sunday 3 P. M. to 3 A. 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Florid* A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 305 Coral Way phone 4-5234 CORAL GABLES Next Month In Jerusalem (Continued from Page 24) such remote points as Shanghai. Marseilles. Aden, Munich and Casablanca by more modern means of transportation. From Shanghai, the remainder of 15.000 Jews who found haven in the Chinese port city from Nazi persecution in Europe a decade ago. are moving by JDCsponsored chartered plane and IRO-sponsored ships to Israel in an emergencv project aimed at emptying the city of its Jewish refugee population and sending them to a permanent haven. From Marseilles, •'port of embarkation" for the Holy Land, ships bearing Israel-bound refugees leave almost daily. Here JDC maintains fifteen transient centers for the thousands who pass through the historic port each month, then pays their fare to the port of Haifa. As a result. this gateway to the Holy Land has become one of the busiest ports in Europe. From Aden. Yemenite Jewish refugees are being flown to Israel in a special JDC project called •'Operation Magic Carpet.' through which 5.000 men, women and children have been speeded from the barbed-wire, dismal Hashid DP camp to the green fields of Israel. From Munich, thousands of Jewish DP's are pouring into the ports of Europe on JDC-sponsored special trains or flying direct to Tel Aviv's Lydda Airport bv JDC-chartered planes. Simultaneously, the DP camps are closing: Bergen-Belsen. Hasenecke. Bad Salzschrif. Moencheberg. Wetzlar, Zeilsheim. Pocking. Wilseck. Hof. Hess Lichtenau. Fritzlar, Hofgeismar—all are being emptied. Less than 40 DP camps remain on the continent. From Casablanca. Jews in flight from terror and oppression in their native hill villages are wending their way to European ports and thence to Israel. JDC transient centers in Casablanca and Algiers provide medical attention. For many of these Jews of North Africa, the care they receive here is the first that has ever been offered to them. Thus, Passover, 1949, marks a new chapter in Jewish history. Throughout the world. Jews can rejoice that the ancient prayer of Passover is being answered. And in the transient camps, or. the high seas and in the emigrant trains. Jews will sit down to the traditional Seder services that will celebrate not only the deliverance of their ancestors but their own exodus to Israel. Their prayer—a prayer we are helping to answer—will be: Next month in Jerusalem.." TO AIL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER COLLINS GARAGE Et. 1928 24 HOUR SERVICE ONE OF THE LARGEST GENERAL REPAIR GARAGES IN THE SOUTH ALL MAKES AND MODELS PHONE 3-7308 115 S. W. 2nd St Mlcnni The latest Sol Strauss tale relates that Mike Jacobs' barrister is watching Mike's interests so closely, that he checks everv outgoing call at the Twentieth Century Sporting Club to see whether or not all calls are of a business nature. When Harrv Markson wanted to telephone Willy Pep's manager long-distance, recently. Straus refused to sanction tr.e call because it would incur a heavy expense. As a result, the Garden may lose the forthcoming Pep-Saddler shindig to a more "liberal" promoter. choice*. All clubs usually check with prospective players to see if they are interested in joining the pro-ranks upon finishing college. Everyone shied away from big Jim Mclntyre. All-American from Minnesota, because it was known he was going to enter a seminary to study for the ministry. When Lester Harrison, of the Rochester Royals, claimed the big fellow everybody in the room hee-hawed. Lester turned to his mockers and smiled: "That's okay, gentlemen, go right ahead and laugh. We are willing to waste a draft choice on Mclntyre But don't-jforget, we have one of the best ihools for ministers in Rochester, the Colgate University School of Religion. There mav be a chance that we can talk *McS&ZS-n! enterin 8 our city scnool. Harrison may yet have the last laugh on his league orethren. Beet Wishes For A HAPPY HOLIDAY CITY LAUNDRY, INC. 2160 N. W. FIRST COURT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FITHIAN STUDIOS 323 W. 47th Street DANCING SCHOOL Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE, Inc. 'TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue, MiamL Florida Phone 9-1781 CASEY PIANO CO. AUTHORIZED KIMBALL DEALERS 2242 S.W. 8th St. MiamL Flo. La Vigne Electric Company 38 N.W. Seventh Street—Phone 21759 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GODDARD PAINTING CO. PHONE 5-0840 PAINTING • PAPERHANGING DECORATING • WATERPROOFING THOMAS GODDARD 450 N. W. 71st Street Ph. 83-6924 Aluminum—Wrought Iron Made and Installed By Caruso Iron Works Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th Are. Phone 82-6714


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Beach Lodge To Install Officers A R feen, Miami Beach D ,f u-ili be installed as presir'if eM.am, Beaeh Lodge. J? nt :R--ith a< a dinner in the Bna „?H otel Miami Beach, Sun BTpSS 5 :30 p.m. Ln who has been a resident „f Miami Bca.h for the past nine of .has been very active in the } S of lh •,,:r.mu:..ty. He is a Scr of \he Hibiscus Masonic Sc. *e Civic League vice Sent of the Bureau of Jewish Kation, director of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Hiehlieht of the affair will be JSS by Sen. Claude PepPe 0thcr officers who will be installed by Milton A. Friedman, fflnt of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'nth Lodges, arc: nr Godfrey K. Newman, Sam W. Shapiro, Jules P. Charming, vice presidents: Jack Gold, recording secretary: S. Laurence Sootin, treasurer: Seymour Satin, financial secretary; Harry Zukernick, monitor; Siegfried Geismar, asssistant monitor; S. D. Spear, warden: Barnctt Beckerman, guardian: Jack Abbott, Walter C. Kovner, Harold Turk, Arthur Frishman. Jack August, George j Bcrtman, Sol Goldstrom, Max >/7 Scroll Of Law To Be Presented To Hebrew Academy More than 60 pupils of the Hebrew Academy will present a Passover musical program at the Siyum Hatorah exercises at the school auditorium, Jefferson Ave and 6 St., Miami Beach, Sunday evening. April 17. at 8 o'clock. At these exercises Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich and her sons, Jacob lard Milton, will present a Scroll of the law to the academy in memory of the late William Ehrenreich, who was an active worker in behalf of the academy and was affiliated with numerous educational, religious and philanthropic organizations in Miami and throughout the country. Beth El Card Party The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will sponsor a card party April 24 at 8 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 S.W. 17th Ave., according to an announcement by Mrs. Milton Freedman, chairman of the event. Refreshments will be served. Reservations may be made by calling 9-3004. 4.iilisi r e-mi Park To Close April 19 Only a few days remain before the 1948-49 season closes at Gulfstream Park on Tuesday, April 19, at which time horses and horsemen will fold their tents and steal away for other racing strongholds. The mutuels are also rollicking along to me tune of $23,200,000 at this time, as compared with last year's $24,552,176. It would now seem that Gulfstream will reach a final total of $27,000,000, or an average of $675,000 a day, an 8% increase in a year of diving pari-mutuels. David R. I sen Lieber, Charles Weinberg, trustees. George J. Talianoff is chairman of the event. Reservations may be made by calling 5-2435. Councilman Turk Opposes 5% Tax Miami Beach City Councilman Harold Turk this week sent letters to all members of the Dade delegation in Tallahasee expressing his vigorous opposition to what he terms the "discriminatory" five per cent tax on hotel rooms and other accomodations. Terming the bill a "form of class legislation which seeks to impose a tax upon certain „ ,. limited type of Harold Turk industry or business." Turk asserted that the proposed tax was "unsound and unreasonable." One nf his strongest objections, Turk said, was that the tax makes no distinction between permanent residents and tourists. He said the tax would particularly hurt those residents who live in hotel rooms, rooming houses and apartments the year round and who cannot afford the extra five per cent levy. "With regard to concessions in trade," Turk said, "anything which will place an additional burden and charge on this traffic is bound to have a harmful effect. "Wth regard to concessions in hotels," the councilman continued, "this proposed tax would definitely work a hardship it will be an additional burden on the already overburdened small business man and concessionaire who wiii nave to pay an additional five per cent tax on top} of the rent." The effect of the tax is paradoxical, Turk said. "We talk in terms of keeping down the cost of living and our state now proposes to be the most extensive violator of this proposition." Turk warned that the Miami and Miami Beach areas will be hardest hit in the event that the measure is passed and urged the Dade delegation to oppose the tax when it is brought to the floor for discussion. FOR MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL HARRY ZUKERNICK •luno Seventh Truman Receives ADL Medallion WASHINGTON, (JTA)— President Truman was presented with "America's Democratic Legacy Medallion" by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith at the White House this week. The President said he was happy to accept the award. Meier Steinbrink, New York State Supreme Court Jusice and chairman of the A.D.L., who made the presentation, pledged to the ] President the support of B'nai B'rith in his civil rights stand. Steinbrink asked the President not to lose courage or faith in his program to insure civil rights for all Americans. REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ. SHOCHET Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S 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 A Happy Passover To All PLAZA S. End Wash. Ave. Miami Beach— Free Parking TODAY ON THE SCREEN Story of the lost people of ravaged Europe "THE SEARCH ii HOLIDAY STAGE PRESENTATION MAX WILNER LEON SCHACHTER BETTY SIMINOFF All Yiddish Songs, Comedy and Dances %  <&&iai*>r F&K&H^BfflaHH



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;; Lupu And Jacob +Jewish thrkjian PAGE TWENTY-NINE Page 17) (Continued from h \ch she held the paper &f !hakc and. with sad eyes, at little Jacob Ashbehn |S" io ked ^fstranger, meanwhile made wSdf B home. While the teach%  fSS absorbed reading he re5J2fao old German map from 2 .lf and replaced it with the IK he b-ought. Lupu and the Kren curiously gazed at the Sure of the man in the frame BE.looked down at them with g?2S eyes. He had a small Ek" mustache which reminded £ chHdren of the little mouse, &h, trying to escape, stumbled Ever his thick nose and remained Ed under it. The mouth of the San in the picture was rigid and IXntless, his entire face seemed \,Tm to smile but couldn't. Lupu fid the face from the very tart It apparently occurred to Kim that the man purposely got Ion the wall to frighten the chilGrrr-rrr," the dog IWame angry and was about to Ltart barking when the stranger |in the uniform walked over to Ithe platform and, with a loud Icreaking of his boots, somehow Iconfused Lupu's thoughts. From the platform the strangpointed his finger to the picture on the wall and began to Lpeak. Evidently Lupu did not lunderstand what was going on to he restlessly turned his head S nd pricked up one ear and then other. Even the children understood very little of the stranger's bpeech Thev only caught the vords '"Our Fuehrer Hitler." Little Jacob was also attracted by the words "Jews and Jewish," although he didn't quite grasp their lull significance. He recalled, however, that not very long ago, his mother told him that he and he entire family Ashkenazy were Hews" and that they were all f'Jewish." After his speech the stranger Raised his right arm toward the picture. Lupu was beside himself nrhen he saw the children standng up and, together with the [teacher, imitate the stranger, [turning their faces toward the picture, and with raised right Tins, exclaiming in unison "Heil tfitJer." After the salute the children at down again their places and vith open mouths and blinking byes looked around. The teacher bleared her throat and in a feigned severe voice said, "In our Khool the law of 'racial purity' I being introduced today. The bnly one among us who is not [Aryan' is Jacob Ashkenazy and pe is therefore expelled from SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER KENDRICK'S FLOWER SHOP 650 N.W. 36th Street PHONE 3-8860 HAPPY PASSOVER BOB WELLES' FLOWERS 275 N.W. 82nd Street PHONE 7-2051 PASSOVER GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-1422 school." The words of the teacher confused the children ever more. They didn't know what racial purity was or what 'Aryanism' meant, though they distinctly heard that it pertained to "Song Bird" Jacob. And Jacob, no sooner had he heard his name mentioned, stood up in terror. He didn't even apprehend what the teacher had just said, but with a faint smile on his lips, nervously began to stutter: "I—I did my homework. I even know by heart what we read yesterday." "Jacob," the voice of the teacher became softer, "go home and tell your father and mother that you will not have to come to school any more." "Why!" The children silently looked at one another and their eyes filled with tears. Little Jacob looked at the picture and at the stranger who was writing something in a note book and then at the teacher with his big eyes wide open. It seemed to him that she was not the same teacher who, only a few days ago, patted him on his black curly head and told him that he was a good pupil and would grow up to be a great man. "Why?" he wanted to ask, but he felt a lump in his throat and couldn't utter a word. For a little while he lingered on, helplessly looking at the pupils, then took his hat, his books and with a bowed head walked out of the school. When he was already on the threshold he heard "White Dove Mitzi," "Lion Hans" and a few more children burst out crying. Lupu was standing at the door and saw everything. As soon as Jacob walked outside, he followed him. "Why?" the mute creature cuddled up lovingly and sniffed at him. "Lupu, the teacher is sending me home and told me not to come to school any more." Jacob burst out crying and threw himself on the ground. "Why?" Lupu silently whined and licked the tears off Jacob's cheeks. "I don't know why, Lupu." "Hell me, was I ever late? Didn't I study well? See my j good marks in my notebook, Lupu. And what we read only yesterday I know already by heart." Jacob began to turn the pages of his notebook for Lupu to see and weepingly told him word by word the story of the poor woodsman who loved all animals and never even killed a fly. All the creatures from the weakest to the strongest came to his hut and rested peacefully at the threshold. The dog listened sadly and, with his tongue, licked a tear from Jacob's face. The stranger in the brown uniform came out of the school. Jacob was not afraid of him and as soon as he saw him, he jumped up from the ground and started to run home. Lupu madly howled at the stranger and ran over to the rope of the bell and with all his strength bit into the rope and with a loud ringing called Jacob back to school. The teacher soon came out and said something to Lupu and to the stranger in the uniform, but Lupu did not listen to anything, but continued to ring and ring. "Oh, you clever Jewish dog." With these words the stranger came over to Lupu and with the tip of his brown boot kicked him in the belly. The dog furiously tugged away at the rope. He pulled so hard that he tore the rope off the bell. With the rope in his mouth Lupu savagely ran away by the field path. He overtook Jacob, followed him home and then ran out into the woods. The school of Waldheim remained without a guard and without a bell ringer. Lupu never returned from the woods. TO ALL GREETINGS II. W. II A* \ AI "PHOTOGRAPHY" 605 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3221 GREETINGS McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. Phone 7.1667 FROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue—Phone 7-2404 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE %  Happy Passover Mr. and Mrs. w Edw." Mercer and Family t TOALLA HAPPY PASSOVER Hialeah Florist 450 Palm Avenue HIALEAH Phone 88-3334 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. General Contractors 1827 Purdy Ave. — Phone 58-3133 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL 111(11 ROBERTS PLUMBERS DAVn) E. FUTCH and EDWARD O. ROBERTS CONTRACTING — REPAIRS "If Experience Counts — We Count" 7516 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-7685 HAPPY PASSOVER GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Direct From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER FLAMINGO GOWN SHOP 819 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Atwill & Co. — Investment Bankers 605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Firii National Bank Bldg. PHONES 5-5816 — 82-2636 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF MIAMI, INC. Wholesale Produce — Crate to Carload 2186 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 3-6491 i OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PANAMA ROOM ROBERT CLAY HOTEL 129 S. E. 4th Street '1 ii HAPPY PASSOVER Everybody's Exterminators "Don't Be Annoyed—Have Them Destroyed" Phone Miami 2-7832 • Miami Beach 6-375$ FLOYD A. MANKER I TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER €. & H. HOME BUILOERS "BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES" 5688 S.W. 5th Terr. — 7171 S.W. 13th St 3 531 S.W. 12th St. Phone 48-5775 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4972 GREETINGS DRAKE & DRAKE Carpets Linoleums Workroom and Installation Service 3825 N. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 7-2021 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FENNER IRON ORNAMENTAL METAL CRAFTSMEN DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS 3672 Coral Way Phone 48-3929 %  i Ifcti MfflNBHl



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PPEAY, APRIL 15, 1S4S B'nai B'rith Council Passover Festival Nineteen B'nai B'rith organizations will combine to present a Passover festival and carnival unA?, the sponsorship of the B nai B'rith Council ,on Sunday, April 17 at 2 p.m. to midnight at the Miami Beach Y. E Albert Pallot, council president has announced that a record crowd exceeding last years of 6500. is expected to attend the Sunday affair. General Chairman Jules P. Channing has extended an invitation to the entire community of Miami Beach and Miami to attend the festivities with their families free of charge. Carnival attractions will include games sponsored by Sholem Lodge. North Shore Lodge, Miami Beach Lodge, Coral Gables Lodge and FDR BBYM. Tropical lodge will present a mystic age guessing expert, while the BBYO groups will sponsor a dunker games, a sink the balloon contest and a mock marriage booth. Valuable household equipment and supplies will be awarded to skillful contestants at the Coral Gables Men's Lodge game. The Women's Chapter will assist the men's, it has been announced by President Mrs. William Hechler. +Jenisl)fk)ridlla,ri PAGE SIXTEEN-A To Sponsor And Carnival Sholem Women's Chapter will sell Passover sherbet, candied apples, and holiday candy, while the Miami Beach Women's Group will sell Passover delicatessen. Emma Lazarus Chapter will dispense Passover carbonated beverages and the Debbs Chapter plans to award prizes to skillful contestants in a guessing game. Games will be featured by the Clara Landau Chapter and costumed gypsies of the Zwitman Chapter will report past secrets and predict the future from fortune telling booths. North Shore Women, Isaac Levin Lodge, Rose Chapter, Tropical Women and the new Sharet Chapter, BBYW, will also participate in the affair. All B'nai B'rith groups will compete for the 13 inch loving cup which will be awarded by the council for the most original and attractive booth or concession. Judges for the award will be outstanding civic workers and artists in the community. The second Annual Carnival is held with the cooperation of Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami YMHA. Jules P. Channing In the Spirit of Liberation and Freedom, from Tyranny which Passover represents We humbly pray that all the Peoples of the Earth May oy true freedom of Body and Spirit and that all humanity may enjoy Everlasting Peace. HAROLD AND STELLA TURK AND CHILDREN CORNELIA, JONATHON AND ROBIN Meeting Cancelled Due to the Passover holidays the meeting of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon club, usually held on Fridays at 12:15 p.m. at the Downtowner Restaurant, will not be held this week. Cirtft Alliance* To Hold Annual 3rd Seder The Farband Branches of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance will hold it traditional third Seder Saturday evening, April 16, at 7:30 at the Beach Y. The Seder is being arranged by the members of the Bialik Branch INO. 290 of Miami Beach. Toastmaster at the affair will be Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Leon Kronish will be principal speaker. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will chant the liturgical portion of the program. Rules of Kashruth will be strictly observed in preparing the meal. Tickets for the affair are $2.50 per person and may be obtained from Farband members or at the door of the Y on the evening of the Seder. Sinrere Wishes For A Happy Pasnover $ Security Trust Company SHORELAND BUILDING, MIAMI. FLORIDA Specialists in Estate Management %  1 Manufactured Daily in Miami Ask for and Demand -inK* riiw N "HTM nos? -isrs Sunny Brook Dairy Products CREAM CHEESE WHIPPED BUTTER SOUR CREAM Nol A Cold Storage Product FARMER Cl EESE COTTAGE CHEESE Pasteurized Creamed THE BEST IN QUALITY FOR THE SAME PRICE AVAILABLE AT ALL BETTER STORES STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth ^____ RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Listen to WWPB Every Saturday Night at 8 Also Sunday from 5:30 to 6 P.M. Manufactured Daily by SUNNY BROOK CREAMERY, INC. Manufacturers & Distributors 2180 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone 9-0601 All Products Mfgd. by Sunny Brook are KOSHER



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PAGE SIXTEEN-B +Je*ist Fhridian i i FRIDAY, APRIL 15. rtrruL 15, 19 4 g y A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE W. F. BLANTON CALL 2-4768 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 1109 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 2-4768 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GRAY AMD COMPANY Phone 5-0256 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS "NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL" 1121 16th Street Miami Beach TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. RAYMOND H'STEEM 1695 N. W. 36th Street Phone 9-7248 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL G. A. JAMES AND ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS. DESIGN AND SUPERVISION Senior Member: Flor.da Engineering Society Vemoer: Professional Engineers Association of Sctneast Florida '"•oral Gables Chamber of Commerce Phone 48-6394 320 Coral Way — Miracle Mile CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER >1 \IIKOWI I / nuns.. PLUMBERS 5600 N. E. 4th Avenue PHONE 89-2411 INC. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS LLOYD D. LeMAN STUDIO SPECIALIST IN FORMAL AND CANDID WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS 233 Alhombra Circle 5914 N.W. 7th Ave. PHONE 4-2597 Hardeman-Wooten Agency—Insurance J. V. Hardeman and Harry D. Woolen 223 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-4667 Women's Groups To tii\e Party A gala party for 90 pa!i< : ts at the Pratt Veterans Hospital. Friday at 7:30 p.m. will be S] sored by three B'ru.i B'rith women's chapters, it i> announced by Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. B'nai B'rith women's hospital service representative. The C" ral Gables Won Chapter. North Shore Chapter. ar.d Tropical Chapter oi B'nai B'rith will act as hostess* s at the holidav party which will feature entertainment, refreshments and gifts for patients of the TB V Serving as co-chairmen of the affair and assisting Mrs Boeninger will be Mrs. Bernice Laibson of Tropical Chapter and Mrs. El el Mori :•. of North SI on Chapter. The program will include songs with guitar accompaniment by Mina Milan and a patomime sketches by Sylvia MilThe Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Young Women's unit will present a humorous skit under the direction of the youth advisor. Mrs. Arnold Lewis Hostesses distributing gifts will include Mrs. Gertrude Covnor Mrs. Betty c; en, Mrs. Mildred Suss. Mrs. Frieda Brer.ner I ar.d Mrs. Rose Heines. Ice cream has been donated by Foremost Dairies, two whip cream cakes will be served through the courtesv of the Campus Restaurant and a floral centerpiece from Exotic Gardens will decorate the table. Coral Gables Woir-.en's Chapter I will presi r.t six patio chairs to the TB ward as gift to close the program. The affair is one of the hospitalservice pr ^: ms Maintained I hi "Ughou: the war by B'nai • B'rith Women's Chapters at the Prat: Veterans' Hospital. Con tor Women To Meet On Monday A meeting of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be held Monday afternoon. April 18. at 1:30 p.m. in the form of a tea honoring life members "f the organization. Special membership cards ir. sold will be presented to those honored and bronze plaque bearing their names will be on display. A special program for the occasion is being arranged by Mis Irving Lehrman. program chairman. The business meetir.g will be conducted by Mrs. Arthur Klein, president. Members who celebrate their birthdays during this month are: the Mesdarr.es Minnie Levir.e. Edward Goldberg, A. Geher, Pauline Friedman, Lena Levine. Max Fishbir.e, Clara Weinstock. Robert Cohn, J. Drucker. Ray Murray. SSollodar, J. Edelson. Bessie Goldman, J. Baer. Fav Tupler. A. Orovitz. Gasella Kovacks. Meyer Rashkes. Rose Kline. S. Sklar, Irving Berlin. T. Epstein, Clara DeKoven, Stanley Ric son. Nat Ginsberg. Rebecca Stone. C. Rifkin. Louis Pearlman, H. Barr.ett. F. Rothman, M. Kaplan. Rheba Kohn. Wm. Plafson. Rose Chayes. G. Talear.nff. Paul G man. Ruth Klein. Jack Cooper. Hannah Silver rr. an. Dora Cohen. Hannah Silverman. Dora Cohen. A. R. Goldstein. B. Goldstein, T Goldstein. Max Singe:. Lt r. Friedman. Sadie Cohen, Sa: Cohen. Irvmg Firtel, I Newman and Martin Genet. Hoste,.-5 for tl met ting inc.ude: the Mesdarr.es Jc man, J. Burr^h C C •'• n I. I Dar.ziger. Jack Fall-:. W. I F( Sam Smsburg. Ber. Z n I insberg and Geo. Gold: PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. SAM BUDLOW 1104 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS from JACK FISHMA.V. P-e: tie-.: Bramlett Equipment & Supply Co. INCO0TIB 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0613 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurant* and Club BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MR. & MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS AND FAMILY 1650 S. W. 21st STREET Cioodman IIV.nl Leaves For Israel ,.. Z: %  .' %  %  Cohn, | t of A. '-" Si sons. Inc.. on"


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?AG£ FCUH +Jtmist fkrktow HUDAY. APRIL 15 m EDITORIAL I>r Of f-.xodms %  :. %  i : a*) _.-:. %  %  : : ( : ; i : : %  — I :: r. scry % %  "•*--^ %  ns prociaad •: '^m A ..-,£.. fc j W8 %  •-; — J W/SH >ou' 7ze Tccr Is OpeMy Children a•; -s : _j r-r-rr.r %  ; Lsrnr.1 wh recm new snr-e:e-o c_ precedent — n e ; e uhle :o locic me — --• Mnrael And Mitt \f>iqhhorH Ti-.e IsraeLTransjordan armisdce ccreem ocr.ieved after weelcs of negctic-icns" which*w times seemed on the verge of collapse rrarks th beginning of an era of peaceful kernels end fruitful cooperation between the twe .-.cr.ior.s v. ding of course no outside force is perrnirted to -pse. ^e --. e-^ u -^ q :n sounds cut o: p.ere _s cnty so oectruse eve: s.r.ce th Palestine question came to interr.o-.c.-.oi atten tion certcin elements left no stc.-.e ..-.turned in their efforts to thwart ogreemer.Whether thev wdl continue cr nbstum from thefc~.e: policies remains to be seen. Basically the Arab states yielded ceccuse thev lost a wca into which they were pushed against their own volition. But they also v.elded because the great cai of people in those countries had death, destruction end chaos. The ftwi io Pai es tine before and crher Israel wus prc.clo.med were Arch countries were fully conscious o: the fad that they were bemg usea as pr*T_s in z game they could not win under any o_-r-.-s-or.ces and irrespective cf its outcome. That i: hoc to cost so evident to the informed and the h:.-.es: is only Am armisdee is only a step tevr—d pecce. If there isn t Ibct interference rcm vr.--:u: which end arduous z task, pecce may perch en that part :: the world sooner than emected literal ree no cement. Yet r.tuul cmo orryer are be hcc:e-d up thus time with generosity beyond any m the part, The end o: this 21~Jn cent-ury Exodus story is in cur handsThis is the year the n:-r'.?ss at I'll Say. : Mini r.-.-£_:?-: .. r _%  — s s New Orleans: Historical Oddities Israeli UN Application Zakerniek Enters ^iYi By Debate i (oaneil Raee : %  -.•. M-VI Er-f-i *--."u: j t :-~ 7 : %  %  _• *"•* I: X i_r.o_v ; *~ %  Add fey i ~'i ii.Vt-f* sen*! ^ it l^d i-ui —•+_ to. fcT .,— :_: _; DKADLI>E 5*-r-r= rt atr ---** ; ptrl:.--;c =^r r* -n_r-n sc !Cci '—-' "~"^ 0t>—_--r c-trr. ;j An •h*-r HDL SHOUffI Er..f s.: .-*T*i*pfeooe Mlil-if 1 1HRL Sivl5^^' ^^Tni niDAY APKL :i -* %  % 



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FBlDAYjlPRiyS^ +Jewl§ti Ih,l1i >r PAGE THIRTY-FIVE By ALFRED SEGAL „ EW GUEST AT SEDER rve been thinking that this ir the door we open at Seder Should invite an additional invisible guest. And a brimming .n for him! He seems most aprnn iate in the Seder guest list, p firing"recent historic events. W After fhe householder has .rfeted Elijah and presented him fo the company and held before Ks eyes the cup of wine that has £n waiting aU evening, he gives 3 "And^now, my dear wife, my children, my friends, I have a surprise for you. We are about o receive a guest we have never had here before on these occaJons. AH the years before we ve & the prophet of peace Elijah, with us at these feasts. And highly honored we have been to have h !" I have allowed the door to remain open for this other guest who shortly will be with us. My eood wife, my children, my friends, we are about to receive as guest one whom we long have had cause to despise. I have arranged to have Pharaoh with us tonight-that king Pharaoh who enslaved our people, on whom all the plagues were visited. •Don't be afraid, children. Time does something even to the most terrible of people. Time has done to Pharaoh, as you shall see. "I raise the cup to him. He is among us. Pharaoh! We can afford to be generous this year, having in mind events that lately have happened." We leave the householder standing, glass in hand, at his table while I explain the heresy of having Pharaoh as special guest at Seder this time. I myself think this is just the time to do the gracious, if ironic, thing for Pharaoh. There's pleasure of graciousness mixed with irony. Sophisticated old-timers like Jews know how to combine graciousness and irony in a tasteful dish. There's nothing like a dish of sweet and sour, such as fish. Pharaoh has been an awfully melancholy figure in history all these years. Consider the glittering past! He had plenty of slaves to work for his living, had chariots and horses, had temples and tombs, felt sure of gorgeous immortality in the majestic tomb he had built for himself. Slaves were for the worms but his immortality felt safe in the tomb, what with the gold, silver and alabaster that would accompany him, what with the chariots, the horses and the slaves that would go along; what with his divine privilege that would preserve his kingdom for a thousand years and a thousand years more and thousands even after the two thousand. But in time, when Pharaoh had been waiting in his tomb many millenia, archaeologists came there and took it all away from him, took the gold and silver, the alabaster and the chariots, took even Pharaoh himself and set them in museums as pathetic relics of the vanity of man. The land of Egypt itself became a vassal. It is clownish vengeance that history likes to take, though it's no time to laugh at Pharaoh when we are having him as guest at our Seders. Yes, his unhappy ghost surely is wandering around—a lost soul seeking the gold, silver and alabaster, the chariot, the horses and the slaves that were to serve him forever in the tomb which they entered together. Considering the recent event of history and having in mind this season of the Passover, I came around to the idea that this was precisely the Seder for us to have Pharaoh enjoyably as a guest. The door has remained open, (Continued on Page 38) HAPPY PASSOVER L. D. HAYNES REAL ESTATE — PHONE 7-2359 5811 N. E. Second Avenue TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER Dr. Geo. F. Ehrline NATUROPATH 7325 Bisccryne Blvd. PHONE 7-7896 TO ALL ... A HAPPY PASSOVER John Shuey AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Benner Box, Inc. FOLDING PAPER BOXES 2930 N.W. 39th Avenue PHONE 88-3471 GREETINGS STANLEY G. TARILTON REAL ESTATE 1101 Lincoln Road Bldg. MIAMI BEACH YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060 WM. F. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX -Jmlst> ricrktten FRIDAY, APRIL is I Unto His Brethren (Continued from Page 19) stride, usually crushing grass and flowers as he left the beaten { >ath to reach his goal the sooner, agged now indecisively. Here he had paused, slowly to scuff the sand in sweeping semi-circles. A patch of broken bulrushes showed where he had stopped to flay the weeds with his cudgel, symbol of Egyptian authority, swinging and beating with violence. Then came bursts of haste, but his path was wandering, purposeless. He was no son of the masters. Bewigged ministers %  of the Theban school had come to fetch him from the Hebrew home of Amram, and though he was elated at being redeemed from the prospect of a life of bricklaying drudgery, the nature of the summons disturbed him. Had it really proceeded from the highest quarters, as was rumored? If so, why should the daughter of Pharaoh have been interested in him? As Jochebed had packed his belongings he had deluged her with questions. The gifts—delicacies and dainties which were pro-1 vided him ever so often—who had [ sent them? Was it truly on his ac-1 count, as people said, that favor was shown to Amram's house by the task-masters? Her eyes had avoided his as he had packed his garments with painstaking care, j answering nothing. One question he dared not ask. Was he the! true 6on of Jochebed? He knew | the answer. The name, Moses, had caused, snide comment among the fashionable young snobs at the Diplomat's School. Many Egyp-? tian nobles were named Moses,' which means son. One might be ( called Amenmose, son of the gocAmun. or Thutmose, son of the god Thoth. He was just Moses. Son of what or whom? They played subtle jokes about the name. All that reached him were suppressed snickers and arched evebrows, enough for him to understand, but nothing overt and open. They had good reason to be discreet. After all, an unprecedented audience for the students had been held by Pharaoh, his younger daughter sitting at his side. The eyes of the commoners were not permitted to behold the whispered conference of the two gods on the dais, but the significance of the glances exchanged among their professors when the stranger was called forth to approach the throne face-to-face had not been lost upon the students. So they dared not taunt him openly, yet he soght not, neither did he find, acceptance among them. He was never a part of their capering escapades, ever alone. His speech also set him apart. It was not the sophisticated patois of the upper classes, each phrase precisely tooled and glittering. Nor had he ever fully mastered the tongue of the Hebrews. A PASSOVER GREETTNS WELLS Leisure Apparel for Him & Her 5-7178 JOE LINN — Lincoln at Collins SEASON'S GREETINGS Jensen's Uqaor Tavern BAR and PACKAGE STORE We Carry A Full Line of Package Goods CHOICE LIQUORS and WINES 1646 S. 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They examined the two-hundredth paragraph of Hammurabi's Code: "If a man knocks out the tooth of a man of his own rank, they shall knock his tooth out. If one knocks out the tooth of a workingman, he shall pay one(Continued on Page 31) TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR W. CARROLL WILSON Real Estate Appraiser & Consultant duPont Building A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A Friendly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY PASSOVER Goldstein Clothing Exchange 439 N. Miami Ave. Miami Mr. and Mrs. SAM GOLDSTEIN and Family Extend New Year Wishes To All In the Heart of Downtown Miami TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami'* Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler Street PHONE 2-8944 Opp. Cor. Elki Club GREETINGS STEWARD AND SKINNER ARCHITECTS 2233 S. 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^Jewisii norSdiar Harry Shevachs Feted Mrnnd Mrs. Harry Shevach of / York City, were entertained t" M at a cocktail party m C of their forty-fifth wedding r vnr arv g^en by their son r^Ster-in-law, Mr. and [jrs. Randolph Avc., Shevach, 3426 Miami Beach. mnng the 250 guests were many ^t and friends of the lL who have been annual K 2K to Miami Beach ri of the party was the fcl wedding cake made to recent a Western Union teleE inscribed with a congratEmessage from absent mbers of the family. Inserted thc cake were individual mini. fmst glasses which each B |S!d up and drank to the ?e%tvachs-Plan to leave for J; York on April 22 after a fi month visit with their chilli a ndgra ncichildren. Mrs. Lewis Takes •art In I. Of M. anhol Workshop Mrs Sidney L. Lewis, 1801 bortez Avc.. Coral Gables, was Ine of the guests of honor at the fjniversitv of Miami Panhellenic tinner last week where she porIcipatcd in the Panhellenic Workshop. Her topic was "The [nprovement of Scholarship.' Mrs Lewis, who is alumnae adfcisor of Alpha Epsilon Phi lororitv at the university and lixth province director, is vice President of the Greater Miami jUumnae Association of Alpha Epsilon Phi. She is also a memJJer of thc Panhellenic of Miami, |ht Women's Voters League, the American Jewish Congress and J'nji B'rith Women. On Tuesday, April 19, Mrs. Lewis will leave for inspection If the Alpha Epsilon Phi chapters at the University of Florida, he University of Alabama, Vanlerfailt University and University f{ Tennessee. On her itinerary is l brief stay in Chicago where she rill visit her parents, Mr. and David Axelrod. Mrs. Samuel Cohen, national ktesident of Alpha Phi Epsilon, Is now visiting on Miami Beach kith her husband, Dr. Cohen of Cleveland, Ohio. PAGE NINE March 30 at the Gross? !" *SSt2 W luncheon of the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women held on Mn P V.M! ^ M 9 i o C a ? t Hote 1 were < sitlln 9 L to r.) Mrs. P. Grundwerg. Mrs. S. April, ChUl M*?LYuSS Mr," r h Sr"T 9 l r: A" 1,,I T di, i? M r0 MrS J H Kane Mrs ISlotsky, Mr S P H Mr, rrninoL „K M „: ^ K 6S Turk MrS f Mackovsky, Mrs. B. Sherry and Mrs. Harold Turk. dinrJW-hTr' r£ lo J b ca !" !" !" *>?J the organization, has agreed to be hostess at a f^-fli" M o^l I *2£WL a. president of the group was Mrs. Charles Turk, who will be installed on May 8 at 8 p.m. at the Tides Hotel. Councilman Harold Turk will be installing officer. Debbs To Conduct llillel Services Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women's Chapter, will participate in Friday night services at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., on Friday, April 15, at 8 p.m. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, will conduct services. Participants will inqlude Lillian Goldstein, Doris Brown, Rita Schwartz, Donna Feldman, Bobbie Schwartz and Charlotte Sandier. Joanne Shier is in charge of arrangements and Doris Klein will act as publicity chairman for the event. MIDDLE-AGED LADY Visr.es to rent room or will share per home with gentleman or btr.er lady—working person preferred. Exchange references. Reasonable to Right Party By week or month Call 78-3439 %. VERSATILE COFFEE TABLE folds flat when not in use $0.49 3 1 Functional as a service, radio or typewriter table Grand for apartments with its compact size and folding legs Four decorative inlay designs # Folds compactly and is out of the way i n a jiffy! %  "" %  dine'*. Mitni. G,,t Shop. Second Floor Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild will leave immediately after the Passover holidays for a two-month combined business and pleasure trip in the North. Mrs. George Hornik, 4155 N.W. 5th St., gave a surprise "baby shower" last week at her home in honor of Mrs. Leonard Wallach who recently gave birth to a boy, Ronald Arthur. Over 30 guests were present, including members of the Coral Gables Auxiliary Chapter of the AVC, Mrs. Irving Laibson and Miss Beverly Raphael. + Milton A. Friedman, state director of the B'nai B'rith, has just returned from a tour of the northwestern section of Florida where he installed the officers of the Pensacola Lodge at a banquet at the Surf Club in that city and also addressed a dinner meeting of the Tallahassee Lodge. %  Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner, 809 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables, entertained about 25 friends at a Seder service given in their home Wednesday evening, April 13. The Seder was conducted by Leon Honig. The four questions were asked by Paul Kussner, son of the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis left this week for Hendersonville, N. C.i where they will make improvements at their summer resort, Duncraggan Inn, which they will open for the season on June 1. Pianist Departs I"or Israel Miss Henriette Michelson, who has appeared in conceits in this area very frequently, played a farewell recital in Town Hall, New York City, recently before departing for Israel, where she will make her permanent home. With her three concert grand pianos and extensive library of music literature, Miss Michelson sailed for Israel April 5. She already has a number of recitals scheduled for the new nation and will devote all her energies to the development of music in that area. The pianist has had a long career as a recitalist in New York and as a teacher at Julliard School of Music. She is sister of Mrs. Marie Volpe, University of Miami symphony manager. ABE EISENBERG Mrs. Farr to Head Isaiah Executive Lunch National Council Mrs. Aaron Farr was elected president of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women at a meeting last week. Others elected were Mrs. Max Dreyer, first vice president; Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin, second vice president; Mrs. Mortimer E. Fine, recording secretary; Mrs. Bernard C. Fuller, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leo Ackerman, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph F. Gleieher, financial secretary; Mrs. Julius Mufson, assistant financial secretary. Three-year directors include the Mesdames Harold Rand, Nat L. Williams, William Capland, J. Gerald Lewis, Aaron Kanner. Two-year directors are the Mesdames Irving Kobley, Joseph Williamson, Morris Alpert, Julius Mufson, Edward L. Cowen. Directors elected for a one-year term are the Mesdames Stanley Frehling, Leon Kaplan, Harry Schiff, David Phillips, Sidney L. Weintraub. The Temple Isaiah executive will hold luncheon meetings on Thursdays at 12:15 p.m. at the Delano Hotel. Members of the executive include: Julius Jay Perlmutter, president; Dr. Maurice Rich, vice president; Dr. Seymour Kreisler, vice president; Ben Tupler, treasurer; Abe Schonfeld, secretary; Ben Silver and Joseph Rosenthal. membes of the board of directors. Plans for expansion of the temple will be made. 'TJROTW MEET NEW FRIENDS All Ages Welcome WE WILL GLADLY INTRODUCE YOU TOO Ask Questions Without Obligation CLARA LANE FRIENDSHIP CENTER 43 N.E. 2nd Street Opposite Telephone Bldg. PHONE 82-3065 P. O. BOX 2738 incotq [w\WBi* i £t&oiU < 1 li4>a^\ Last Times Today! Fredric March Edmond O'Brien "AN ACT OF MURDER" TOMORROW The Shock Drama of Our Wayward Boys and Girls From the studio that gave you "The Naked City' "City Across The River" with Stephen McNally Sue England Barbara Whiting Scout Get-Together A Scout get-together for Boy Scouts of Troop No. 6 and their parents will be held Monday, April 18, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Y, according to Nat Gans, chairman. A special program depicting the activities of thc troop will be presented and Passover refreshments will be served. Scouts and their urged to attend. parents arc Manager and Treasurer of Riverside Memorial Chapel, says: "Regardless of the circumstances— whether it be planning a vacation or seeking an emergency reservation at the time of need—always find FARR reliable, efficient and most cooperative." FARR "Your Travel Agent" Now is the time to beautify your store with our decorative artificial floral units. Display Unlimited Inc. 245 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida Ph. 2-6380 Complete stock oi papier mache mannequins and iorms. chrome display fixtures and garment racks, plastic and wood hangers, etc. Ideally located for your convenient parking The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ANNOUNCES THAT: Any information about Chometz after Passover in connection with the Jewish Law may be obtained from our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. 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rtnAY, APRIL 15, 194$ *Jenisii Meridian PAGE SEVENTEEN Lupu And Jacob (A Short Story) By J. METZKER ,_,..„.•, Note: Mr. Metzker ia one JX •outstanding Yiddish novelof „.i Hhiirt story writers. The '" ""' T, relates In the folK2ln Paff'". we are sure, will atKJrt'adult and child attention, for tra rt a uu youthful aKony 11 "\i hv the brutal conduct of SS&mi the story of a child "C,? wo id crashed about him even EfnE he knew the meaning of life KTnt an animal, a dog. that sensed -Cman injustice and the degredatl'.n of Hie human spirit.) The little schoolhouse of the G JXn village of Waldheim Sands on a hillock behind a forS It has bright green walls and 7 red roof. The tower of the roof f s inhabited by pigeons, goldmen as the woods during the Summer sunsets and rosy as the blossoms of the Waldheim apple trees Above the tower hangs the school bell and until recently a lone rope tied to the bell dangled to the ground. The school also had a watch dog, a red wolf hound called Lupu. Lupu not only watched the school but also pulled the rope of the bell every morning, calling the childfen to school with a joyous ringing. In the year 1933 the school of the little village had sixteen pupils. The oldest was nine years old. The older children studied in the neighboring town. Lupu knew all the children by their names as well as by their nick names. He knew "Elephant," Franz Werner, with his two long buck teeth; "Squirrel," Lizil Schroeder, the best tree climber; "Tomcat," Kurt Schultz, with his feline gray eyes; "Little Songbird," Jacob Ashkenazy, who could imitate the singing of all birds; "White Dove," Mitzi with her beautiful flaxen hair; "Lion Hans" the tallest and strongest of all the pupils, etc., etc. "Good morning, Lupu!" "Good morning friend!" The children would greet the dog every morning. Lupu would acknowledge the greeting by a twinkle of his clever eyes, swinging the bell more force'fully and looking around to see if all the children had arrived. Only when all the pupils and the teacher were at the school door, would he drop the rope and stop ringing. If, howHAPPY HOLIDAYS Tht Beit in. Market At fordi at Reasonable Price* DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA ever, one of the children failed to show up, the faithful dog would hold on to the rope and continue to ring and ring. "Lupu, drop the rope. Stop ringing, Lupu, our pupil must be ill." "We'll go to see him right after school." Teacher would come out of school and talk to the dog as though he were a human being. Only then would Lupu drop the rope. The clever dog knew where every child lived and whenever the teacher went to visit a pupil to find out why he was absent Lupu would run ahead of her, as [ if he wanted to show her the way. Lupu, the school children and the teacher were always lively and cheerful, until one day when a stranger in a brown uniform suddenly arrived at the school. It was a bright morning in the spring. The village was covered with blossoms of the fruit trees as with snow. A dense verdure enveloped the forest behind the school. Lupu was swinging the bell and the pupils, with their school bags on their shoulders, marched to the tempo of the sound toward the school. They followed the green field path singing a spring song. "Spring is beautiful in Germany, in Germany." The voice of little "Song Bird Jacob" could be heard above all the rest. The joy of the children was carried way out of the village as far as the vaulted blue sky. The forest picked up the words of this song and with its deep voice reverberated "Germany, Germany." The teacher, dressed in a white blouse, then appeared. "Spring in Germany," she joined the chorus, as she came to meet her pupils. The overgrown nine-year-old Hans took his teacher by one hand and the little seven-year-old Jacob by the other and the singing grew even livelier and more cheerful, till they reached the school door. Hearing from afar the joyous voices of his friends, Lupu began to pull the rope more forcefully and faster, and with clever eyes looked them over as if counting them. When he saw that they were all there he stopped ringing and accompanied the singing group to the school door. There he haunched on his hind legs, tilted his head sidewise, pricked up his right ear and listened attentively to the children's recitations. Suddenly he jumped up. A stranger in a brown uniform and brown boots was coming toward the school. Under his arm he carried a large framed portrait. Before Lupu knew it, the stranger had entered the school. Lupu stuck his head through the door that was left ajar by the stranger. He saw the man approaching the teacher and handing her a paper. Lupu restlessly wagged his tale, growling through the door, as if he meant to say "What does he want, children, why does he interrupt our studies?" The children didn't notice Lupu, for they, too, stared at the unexpected visitor in great astonishment. The teacher took the paper from the stranger and as she read it her face turned pale. The hand (Continued on Page 29) A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Formerly MILLER-LENFESTEY SUPPLY CO. 127 N. E. 27th Avenue Phone 2-0557 HAPPY PASSOVER University of Miami CORAL GABLES TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TOWN LAUNDRY. INC. Wholesale Retail Hotels Apartments COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE I860 W. Hauler St. Phone 3-5331 GREETINGS GRIMM ELECTRIC CO. CONTRACTOR DEALER mmamm WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES AND RADIOS 3026 Grand Arenua phon# 4 W34 A HAPPY PASSOVER Loeb A Gottfried RED ROAD. HIALEAH Phone 88-2255 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Checker Cmhm. Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DMVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-M11 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES HAPPY HOUR TAVERN 3860 Coral Way PHONE 4-9437 Peerless Manufacturing Co. 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pppiv APRIL 15. 1949 ^JenisfifhridTiann PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Passover—The Festival Of Freedom (Continued from Page 23) A1I green vegetables and fruits ^ be used, except rice, millet, P eas an h nfaTbe prepared from Ma f the ommo^ grain flours V,. n supervised from taste of the matzoh should linger on after the meal. To stimulate the interest of the children in the Seder proceedings, the little ones are allowed to search for the Afikomen after it is hidden, the finder being entitled to a, m '' w HVVP been supervised irom me under being entitled to a which nave con tains no inransom. A portion of the shanktker other than water. All bone of a lamb or the wing of f d !fteDS Preliminary to baking ,he Xted out with speed in ar j tn, orevent fermenation in 1S t nni" the bread of op" le S fie it also serves as pr ession sin e rations Qn •Jjrfri"aelite slaves had to SSSt during their Egyptian ^PASSOVER DISHES-It is inmnrv to set aside a special ? 0 Tdshes and utensils for the ftival However, under certain ffitions, some of the utensils used throughout the year may Stab, used on Passover, that if, Sal pots and pans can be Sered" by a special cleans(1 heating process. Details of s proSea P n be obtained from Jv ordained Rabbi. Glassware "scoured and then soaked in water for three days. However, the water must be changed every twenty-four hours. SEDER—The epitome of the freedom festival, and the focal ooint of all the laborious preparations expended to usher it in it the Seder. Outside of the land of Israel, the Seder is held on the first two nights of the festival. By word and symbol, the eternal meaning and significance of the Exodus is vividly and impressively brought home to every generation. Because of space limitations, we shall pause here to discuss only a few of the highlights of this ritual which has been called one of the oldest and most fascinating of all rituals of I the kind current among mankind. Three matzoth wrapped up separately are placed on a tray in front of the one that is conducting the Seder, usually the head of the household. The middle matzoh is broken at the feast and the larger piece is put away for the Afikomen. This word is derived from the Greek and means dessert. The Afikomen is eaten at the end of the meal, so that the A Most Happy Passover To All Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA a chicken, roasted, is placed on the right hand side of the tray. This is to recall the Pessach lamb which was sacrificed in the Temple and then eaten in family groups. In Temple days this was the principal feature of the Seder celebration. A baked egg is placed to the left of the shankbone. It is symbolic of the regular festival sacrifice. However, additional explanations have been offered. Among them is the suggestion that the egg has often served as a symbol of revival, of new life, on Passover night it may well serve to convey to us the wondrous surge of new life in Israel which marked the liberation from bondage. The Marer or bitter herb on the plate is a reminder of the bitter experience our ancestors passed through in Egypt. The Charoseth which is a mixture of apples, almonds and cinnamon with wine, chopped very fine and made into a paste reminds us of the mortar which the Hebrew slaves had to use in the building of the various projects for their Egyptian masters. The bitter herb is dipped into the Charoseth modifying its sharpness, as a reminder of the Divine loving kindness which made the hardships bearable. PASSOVER TODAY — Passover 5709 will be an exhilirating experience to all who enter into its spirit wholeheartedly, for it will commemorate not alone Yetsias Mitsrayim but also Yetsias Europe, the exodus from Europe which is going on under our very eyes. Passover will give us a means to express our joy with which the heart is brimful at the miraculous event which the rebirth of Israel as a nation constitutes, and it will enable us to view it in its true perspective, namely as another act in the drama which began way back there on that first Passover, for the same God who redeemed Israel from Egyptian slavery has redeemed it from homelessness today. Passover will also recall to our leaders in Israel that on the way to the Land of the Fathers iri ancient days, our people stopped off at Mount Sinai where it received the Code which was to guide its life on the land. 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r mnAY. APRIL 15. 1949 *Jdnisli noridfian PAGE THIRTY-THREE This Passover Of All Passovers By Dr Trude Weiss-Rosmarin This Passover when the toast "Next Year in Jerusalem!" rings W ith the truth of personal and immediate reality, we may well reflect on the road of the ages W hich has brought us to this juncture where we behold, with 5 wn eves, the Jewish State a (2 of. history. This Passover, Specially, we. should contemplate the spiritual resources, which enabled us to survive and survive gloriously, although we lacked the common possessions of nationhood, a country and a government of our own. From the very inception of our national consciousness, we quested for an answer to the riddle of the meaning of our existence and, also, to the puzzle of the existence of other nations and of the universe as a whole. Our collective answer always has been that we are to become "holy" individuals and a "holy" nation, in approximation to the "holiness" of God. "You shall be holy, for I the Lord your God am Kedusha—holiness thus assumed the meaning "dedication" —dedication to the program which Kadosh Yisrael—the Holy One of Israel had decreed for His people, "chosen" for the tasks bound up with the dedication. This, and this alone, is why we have clung to life during two thousand years of exile and untold sufferings! This, and this alone, is why we have prayed, hoped, worked and died for our eternal hope to "renew our days as of old" on our own soil. Sociologists and historians who explain Jewish survival with secularly oriented theories couched in terms of national existence as an end in itself, are oblivious of the most important and harrowing fact of Jewish history in the diaspora, namely, that the life of the jew was so dismal and hopeless on the existence as an end in itself level, that if not for the extra-existential sphere which the Jew had created for his real life, the spiritual life that counted, Jewish survival would have been cut short centuries ago. The steady flame of the Jewish will live as a nation in the Land of the Fathers, would have been extinguished ages ago if it had had only the goal of national existence as an end in itself to feed it. We are an exception peopleam echad ba'aretz. As a result, our national problems and aspirations cannot be defined and understood in terms accepted by and valid for other nations. We are a unique people, if only because we have endowed the Western world—the only part of the globe which has made universal history thus far—with its entire stock of religious beliefs, ethical ideals and moral norms. One simply cannot understand Jewish history unless one keeps sight of the sui generis nature of those who made it. It is a history without analogy and the greatest injustice which has been done to it, was inflicted by historians attempting to explain the Jewish road of the ages with generally valid terms and laws. It just cannot be done! One cannot explain why we survived and why we want Eretz Israel, and only Eretz Israel, with cold reason, for to suffer and sacrifice what we have suffered and sacrificed, individually and collectively, for the return to our Land is—unreasonable. It is as unreasonable in time and as right in eternity as were the paths of all those who opposed, and oppose, the stream of what is accepted as "reasonable" in the market place. Why not admit it? The program of Jewish assimilation is— "reasonable." Though it may not fully succeed in the first, second and, possibly, the third generation—it leads to a "reasonable" solution of the Jewish problem. Is it not "reasonable" to get rid of characteristics which hamper ones progress and happiness in the world? After all, this is the "reasonable" program of assimilation. It is as "reasonable" as Dale Carnegie's "How To Make Friends and Influence People," but also as shallow. It is "reasonable" to follow the crowd, and profitable as well. Those who don't, are "eccentric" and if there is one thing the crowd will not forgive, it is deviation from what is the axis of its world. We Jews have been perennial "eccentrics." This, and this alone, is the root of the Jewish problem: our "eccentricity," which is our mark of distinction even as it is the rod of our chastisement and the source of our unceasing quest to be dedicated and be worthy of the dedication conferred upon us by Kadosh Yisrael. Why do we want the Jewish State? To provide a refuge for homeless DP Jews? They might find refuge elsewhere. If we had tried as hard to provide homes for the (Continued on Page 39) TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER BEACH FOOD riMIH DAVID B. BROOKS TONY FRIEND MILTON HART 1421 Washington Avenue Miami Beach •JOHN E. PORTE MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturer! Designers Bars—Booths—Setees Cushions—Walls—Kitchen Nooks REPAIRS 21 N. W. 9th Street PHONE 3-5046 PASSOVER GREETINGS COCA-COLA Bottling Company 301 N. W. 29th Street A HAPPY PASSOVER DADE GAS CORPORATION BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES 812 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-9937 A HAPPY PASSOVER VERNON J. 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PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jenish fkrk/knr FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1949 $ TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. 27TH STREET fflALEAH %  111 1 1 HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA HI II. I ROBERTSOX PLUMBING — PHONE 2-5511 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami, Fla, 1369 N. Bayshore Drive TO ALL GREETINGS: ELECTRIC CENTRAL WATER HEATING PLANTS THERMO-CAP ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS INMAN PRODUCTS Phone 3-3450 92 N. E. 28th Street TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami PEPSI-COLA COMPANY, LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Fronchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO., Miami Eliahu Elath— By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—A few weeks ago. a man named Epst< in changed his name. His country had changed its name, too. The reason: both wanted to be identified by terms more closely related to the history of the Jewish people. Anglicizing their names has oecorr.e commonplace among American Jewry—but who had heard of assuming a new r. to make it more literally Hebrew? Almost a million Israelis could answer that question. Ambassador Eliahu Elath. who represents the State of Israel here, is the man who changed his name. Israel is the name proudly chosen for their country, bv Elath and Jews who want the world to know that they are Jews. The name Epstein is German w.-.ile Palestine connotes the ancient Philistines. Ambassador Elath, and his countrymen, have no desire to perpetuate the language of either the present or ancient peoples. Even as Elath and Israel changed their names, there was changed much of the connotation of the word Jew in the eyes of the world. Elath and the Israelis carry their Hebrew names with pride born of the knowledge that the Jew is respected as never before as a man among men; a citizen of a nation among nations And who is this man Elath BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MR. & MRS. MAX FRIEDSON American Builders Supply, Inc. 2728 S.W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2296 from the dynamic new nation? He is a handsome man, wellbuilt, five feet nine inches tall, and carries his 180 pounds well. His hair is wavy and black but greying. His eyes are deep brown and expressive, under thick black brows. His clothing is simple and always in good taste. Perhaps the important influence in his 43 years of life was Abraham Elkin, a modest watchman, who returned from the Holy Land to Snovsk in the Russian Ukraine. There lived Elath, age 14. Etkin talked long and often to young Elath and aroused a great interest in Palestine within the boy. Then Elath turned to the writings of Theodore Herzl. At the age of 21. he arrived in the land of his dreams. At first, he worked as manual laborer. Then he developed a great interest in Arab life and entered the Hebrw Univrsity in Jerusalem. It was at the university that he met and fell in love with Zahava Zalel. They were later married. His study of Arab life continued, and it later gained him a position with the Jewish Agency as an expert on Arab affairs. He came to the United States in May, 1945, as an observer for the Agency at the United Nations organization meeting at San Francisco. He has remained in the United States since then, except for a few brief return visits to Israel. His tastes would shock a diplomat of the drawing-room set. He likes western films and ginger ale orange juice and shooting the breeze. He reads books on travel, history and sociologv—in English and French as well as Hebrew. He hkes to swim, but dislikes Washington's summer heat. Although greatly in demand as a speaker he dislikes oratorv. He would rather put his point across to a small group comfortably seated in someone's parlor. When he does make an address, he prefers to read from a prepared paper for the sake of brevity and accuracy. Ambassador Elath is very unlike the many officious and'pompous members of the diplomatic corps to be found in Washington. In many ways, he differs from the popular conception of the suave statesmen who represent t.-.err countries abroad. Yet there is an unassuming nobility about him that is only to be found in the truly great. A quality that has endeared Eiath to Jew, and non-Jew alike in Washington, is his kindness. He has a way of putting people at ease that is as disarming as it is rare in Washington. Hunll of friends have been won for Israel simply because of its wise choice of a diplomatic representative. Elath's great future hope is to retire to "a little house on the banks of Lake Galilee" and to spend his declining years in research and writing in the field of Oriental sociology. Why. then, doe's a rr.an change hts name? Eliahu Elath found the answer. A HAPPY PASSOVER DE BOLIAC CO. 440 N. 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%  -HT.AHHttt.lf. +Jewlsti fhrkUan PAGE THIRTY-NINE This Passover Of All Passovers (Continued from Page 33) „_ 1tMt i n the Americas, or in DP J of the territories projected ny nr Steinberg's "Freeland by 1,'•• as we have exerted ourBSTlD securing the Jewish ffe the DP camps would have v *vacated long ago. Kl show the world that we are n,iion like the rest, with a l£to efficient and skilled army h SS thriving ndustnes and W, L rou farms, with modern ?S and model'hospitals? The £ is not worth the candle SI national existence as an end f JSStoi senseless, .though IprhaDS as instinctively right as Ron the level of the individual acting incentives beyond those connected with the satisfaction of Seal needs and desires P To solve "The Jewish Problem'" Israel will not be able to lolve it in the forseeable future, nr under the most auspicious conditions it will not be able to take in more than another three ScJn of the twelve (million Diaspora Jews. Moreover, with a "reasonable 1 approach, 'The Jewish Problem" could be settled in a generation or two. Closing down our synagogues, Jewish schools and organizations, and encouraging intermarriage, would dispose of "The Jewish Problem in all countries where it now exists. Why then, do we want this Jewish State newly born? And why do we tremble for its welfare? To be reassured about the military progress of Haganah? Of course. To be reassured that Israel's government is functioning efficiently? Naturally. But above all and everything, I believe, our thoughts, interests and emotions revolve about what happens in Israel during these days of trial and triumph, because we look forward to the day when the TO ALL—GREETINGS MAIN PARKING LOT AND MAIN U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE J. BARB ASH fc SONS. Inc. 281 N. E. 1st St. Phono 2-8994 — 82-9351 security which will come with peace, will usher in the period when the Jewish State and its people may divert energy and strength to the areas where there is something more than national existence as an end in itself. It is unfortunate that the idea of the "Mission of Judaism," variously referred to as the "Jewish Mission" and the "Jewish Burden," has been all but neglected by Zionist thinkers, as the result of its having been claimed as the central idea of the anti-Zionist Reform Judaism of yesterday. Yet, the "Jewish Mission" to the world is inseparable from Jewish nationhood. This mission, and nothing else, was why Abraham was told to forsake his country and go to the Land God would show him. He was promised greatness and prosperity there, so that in him "all the families of the earth be blessed." The idea of the "Jewish Mission," as first enunciated in Genesis and reiterated and elaborated by the Prophets, is neither a national nor anti-national. On the contrary, its center of gravity lies in Jewish nationhood. It does not proclaim the superfluity of Jewish territorial nationhood but, on the contrary, presupposes Israel in its own land, free and its own master, for the effective discharge of the "Mission." Far from detracting from Jewish national awareness, the idea of the "Jewish Mission" has been its strongest prop. For it was the unshakable belief in our appointed purpose and "Mission" which sustained us. We bore the unbearable because the Prophets had taught us that there was meaning and a purpose in our agony and travail. We suffered not in vain but for a goal, a mission—our "Jewish Mission." We were the suffering Servant whom the Lord pleased to crush by disease to see if his soul would offer itself. This day of Redemption is now upon us and with it there has been renewed and intensified the challenge: To be a blessing for all the families of the earth. Obviously, we shall have to keep our own vineyard and cultivate it well before assuming the burden of looking after the vineyard of others. But the two tasks are not mutually exclusive; on the contrary. We became the provider nation for the spiritual-religious needs of the Western world precisely by cultivating our vineyard so well and thoroughly. The Wisdom of the Fathers, of "If I am not for myself, who will be for me? But if I am only for myself, what do I amount to?" holds eternally good. It is along these lines of the fusion of Jewish nationalism with universal humanism that the spiritual road of Israel must proceed. "Next year in Jerusalem!" must now be implemented by "For from Zion will go forth the Law and the word of God from Jerusalem." 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I %  • PAGE TWENTY +J(nislfleriJfon FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1949 LIVES OF OUR TIMES •AN EMININT HUM ANTHRONIOSIST AMI AUTMO* WHO CAMfAIGNtP VIGOMUSW.. IN $mCH ANP IN PRINT.. AC^NST THE MYTH Of "ARYANISM?. P x.t**g OP FRANZ BOAS C£RMAN-MRN,HE STUDIED AT SIVERAl GERMAN UNIVERSITIES. AT 25, ME JOINED A MEfEOROlOGlCAt EXPEDITION TO MffIN LAND. HE BECAME INTERESTED IN THE CUITURE OF THE ESKIMOS. THREE YEARS LATER HE WAS INVESTIGATING THE NORTHWEi T ERN TRIBES Of CANADA. HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST SPECIFIC PROOF Of THE CULTURAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 5IBERIANS.ESKIM0SAN0 THE AMERICAN INDIANS. niOK TO HIS APPOINTMENT IN 1899 AS PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.HE CONDUCTED SEVERAL AMERICAN EXPEDITIONS INTO MEXICO AND PUERTO RICO. RETIRING IN I9JT,HE DEVOTES AU HiS EfPORTS TO COMBATTING NA2I RACIAL TMEOAitS AKD FURTHERING DEMOCRACY. HE *A$ ONE 0* Th£ WITlATOM OF THE MANIFESTO Of THE FREEDOM OF SCIENCE WHEN HE PIED IN 1942, AT THE AGE OF 64. HE HAD LONG BEEN RECOGNIZED AS A LEADER AMONG AMERICAN ANTMRONXOG/STS.. HE WAS REPEATEDLY HONORED BY WORLD DIGNITARIES AND SCIENTIFIC GRQUPS HlS'MlND Of PRIMITIVE MAN" IS STILL CONSIDERED TfiE JffNTM WORK ON THE SUBJECT. BEST PASSOVER WISHES MIAMI OXYGEN SERVICE 2432 N. W. 7th AVENUE To Jewry Everywhere BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY IT. Jeffries OF Florida East Coast Railway PETE GASCOYNE ALLIED INDUSTRIES CORP. GREETINGS TO ALL Nuta's Yacht Basin 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI TRANSIT CO. 2851 S. W. 31st Are. Miami TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER AND FAMILY 1657 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH OUR COMPANY WISHES TO EXTEND TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER PACKARD MIAMI CO. GREETINGS % 1 Meet Me At HERALD GRILL REASONABLE PRICES 201 So. Miami Avenue 1700 N.E. SECOND AVENUE PHONE 82-5512 HAPPY PASSOVER ZMmmli Tirsi Gxduaiv &aln* 8Urm TINGLE PAINT PHONE CO. 40 .W. FIRtVT T. MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS VIRGINIA III DISILL Registered Real Estate REALTOR 1069 Southwest 8th Street Miami 36, Florida PHONE 3-3206 .We specialize in sales of all. type of Real Estate LOTS AND ACREAGE TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CORP. "We specialize in building one and two-family homes and additions.' P. DIAZ NATHAN DAVIDOW Free Estimates -:We Get You the Loan TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER IDEAL ROOFING 6, SHEET METAL CO. SERVICE — PHONE 2-1133 824 So. Miami Avenue Miimi A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 324 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami Florida TO ALL A HAPPY HOLIDAY THE REEF RAIT AND TACKLE SHOP "Where Fishermen Afeet" LIVE BAIT, BEER AND WINE FISHING TACKLE 760 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-9232 SEASON'S GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phones 3-8024 — 2-0867 Phone 7-9029 LEE'S SPORTSHOP Special iiing SALES & REPAIRS—FISHING TACKLE—GUNS and All Sporting Equipment 214 N. E. 98th Street MIAMI SHORES. FLA.



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PAGE SIX *,Jm itf fhrkttar FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 PASSOVER 6*trt*si prt-Possovw TT£ CLEANING tSSl -by ROKEACH* ,.• • • • ROKEACH SOAP ... for dishes glassware ;ond aluminiifa wore •ROKEACH SCOURING POWDER ... for all hovseholdtqsks &f ROKOH ... for tile porcelain enamel IF ITS ROKEACH ITS K O S H ^ t Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, EVC. 14 Nil 24th St. Miami 37. Fla. Phon 3-6866 P kmi d J: their -.^st4^it:;= re-renilT are zzs srricers c: 7r—:ri_ Cnrtsr ri = B ^"— WSBH Ki:r: L tc r. MrsLcuis a:.-=i=. rec.ri^r s*.-re:irT V--*SA= Sr.er se-r.-zr-.re rre^iez: Mrs. :rr^ 5 S*__-_ S-rx .:.r.i= Mrs. .rseri Fe:d=irbo*ri =e=i*.Mrs. Lmh user, rr.sre* Mrs. M*.r_=e_e. Mrs. leer. .V E?s-.e^r_ Mrs. Hirr*T M:;iieLsc=. rears = r=irers Mrs. Irr-j? Li_r*c=. treis-rer >.-• srew^i is ti* p:rr^re is Mrs. Herbert S--T*Z rer* *tw -Sat r'li'.i-* *i- ej E*s-* -ce wf -4 I. i* r^r; Ajg—i Hanson Will Be Miami Retreat <*ae*t Condaetor Is Disca***-*! • -r MEITS ?T-.re riid fcr 4;: AL'S x. MLVM: AVT. ?2.=e :-•::: A>fi" 1". a:~4 3C =TM:^ .. %  :.:-. : : ["- • Li You Desire JEWISH CUBQfE Trv Tzese LUNCHEON SPECIALS S "-.%  : ^ V V / Leonard A. Lertne. Pres. Irring Blasberg. Treas. With DIGNITY mi RESPECT our competent staff ii ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service SARDWICBES 5MCKS2 SA1MCK ... ; J JJ J. _SI Ihtsoc Avard 1*45 : %  ; r.cg'.er-Grancdc Group AaaooacM Ncrr.ir.cticns 2:a ;.*r :£ %  • %  a' rb^ndai -.*. %  : -----' i". fe s W:-s r.-.i^ SC. r. C8EAM • I •• rcoi_n£ ; Tr IfTS. 5-:: N*3S -" ::: Jack 1.:-_= Lsloe OCULISTS PRESCRTPTICNS FILLED LENSES AND F1AJC1 rvTLJCATTr: LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service !i-: l_r.r=^: H=*d S-:t SCi — ?::r.e 5-J41I 111.141 S-5Z44 1512 N. Rrood Str*<* Philedeiphii 1850 ALTOS ROAD MIAMI BEACH A. LS W'SCV / orn s trothers ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON THE REACH 1261 Washington Artnua VTSIT OUR BRAND NEW FASHION STORE 63-72 East Ffcxcslar StrMt I WANT MY MILK MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed -%  Furniture Tops Stors Frosi O whucttoo ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 11 Ifs G1*M We Havs IT ISCi PURDY AVX. MR. Pa S8-37S6 OR 5-4316 Ask for ABE or IRVING RAMNOWTTZ Aad Se Sere L-s FLORIDA DAIRIES HCMOGENTZZD V-r~>~ *7^' V=f "MCk rVr


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F mnA^ A PRIL 15, 1943 -Jewlsti fhrldinr PAGE TWENTY-THREE Passover—The Festival Of Freedom By RABBI ISRAEL GERSTEIN (Executive Member of Rabbinical Council of America) INTRODUCTION—Judging by popular observance, one m av safely assert that so far as American Jewry is concerned, Passover ranks second only to the High Holy Days. There is the curious phenomenon of homes which do not observe the laws of Kashruth too carefully the year round, but which pay itlnna attention to the laws lfication as a spring festival signfies not alone its place in nascrupulous attention of Chomets and Matzoh as well as the general Kosher laws during t he Passover week. The popular appeal of Passover may be due to several factors. The conspicuous place of Yetsias Mitsrayim (Exodus from Egypt) in the national consciousness, as evidenced by the tireless references to it in the Sabbath and holiday rituals, has had its effect upon the consciousness of the individual Jew. More important however is the fact that Passover is not represented by a set of abstract doctrines and ideals, but is as concrete as your daily bread, and its rituals are sufficiently simple and colorful to excite a child's imagination. The story of Israel's bondage and final redemption always remains fresh in appeal, and the religious, ethical and moral lessons breathed by this festival, have a contemporary ring in our own day. Yet this story and its superb lessons might have been lost in the limbo of time, had they not been embodied in the set of concrete observances which the traditional Passover calls for. This article will present a bird's eye view of the Passover laws, regulations and ritual, and an interpretation of its symbols. NAMES—In the Bible, several names are applied to Passover, such as: Chag HaPessach, Chag HaMatsoth and Chag HoOviv. The name Chag HaPessach or the Festival of Passover is derived from the last of the Ten Plagues when the angel of the Lord spared the homes of the Israelites, passing over them, when he smote the first-born in each Egyptian home. It is called Chag HaMatsoth for the obvious reason that during the festival week only Matzoth or unleavened bread is used. The name Chag HoOviv has its origin in the fact that Passover is also the spring festival, signalizing the beginning of the barley harvest. All these names derive from the one primary event which moulded, shaped and colored the destiny of the Jewish people, namely the wonderful liberation from Egyptian bondage. Its classture's cycle of seasons. It also points to the season in Jewish history when this event occurred. For Passover recalls the springtime of our people's life, its budding period, when our people took the first steps upon the arena of history. The festival reminds us of the peculiar circumstances under which Israel came into being. At the outset, we were only a* horde of slaves united by dim memories of a distant past. That this army of slaves was transformed into a nation can be accounted for only by the explanation our Bible provides, namely that the Holy One willed it so. And He intervened because these tribes were destined to play a prominent role in the unfolding history of mankind, namely to bear aloft the torch of true religion, of ethical monotheism. No wonder then that Yetsiath Mitsrayim became a loving refrain in our ritual. It kept alive a sense of mission in the SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bldg. Miami BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-40 14 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS EATABITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Mitchell D. Price, Zarlng & Florence GREETINGS LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Only PIPES — VALVES — FITTINGS — FIXTURES PLUMBING SPECIALTIES and WATER PUMPS 30 N. Miami Avt. phone 2 3307 TAYLOR r* ^ CO. GENE *CTRIC SKRV^ 1776 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 58-2749 2875 N.W. Lejeune Road Wami PHONE 88-4653 heart of the Jew, and provided a rationale for his trials and tribulations. DIETARY REGULATIONS — Chomets and Matzoh are the two key words which govern the diet of the traditional Jew during the festival week. Flour from wheat, rye, barley, spelt and oats which have come in contact with water tend to ferment and therefore are banned as Chomets during Passover. During the festival week, the minutest amount of such Chomets mixed with any other food renders the whole Chomets. Hence, all articles made from flour such as matzoth, cakes, maccaroons, obviously require liable endorsement. The same applies to candy, soft drinks, wines, liquors and milk, because the presence of chomets as an ingredient, or contact with Chomets during preparation is a strong possibility. (Continued on Page 27) HOLIDAY GREETINGS MONTSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, INC. WHOLESALE CIGARS and CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5156 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER REBOZO SHEET METAL WORKS SHEET METAL OF ALL KINDS 440 S. W. 8th Street Miami ; f 1 SEASON'S GREETINGS M. B. NEWMAN Co. 9 Inc. Real Estate Property Management 813-15 First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Af. B. NEWMAN, President A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JACK JUSTICE THE SURFSIDE REALTOR 9513 Harding Avenue PHONE 6-U66 • GREETINGS WARD PAVING CO. CONTRACTORS STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS 1731 N. W. 54ih Street Phone 89-2718 MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith EXODONISTS INGRAHAM BUILDING Miami, Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS Savory Bake Shop REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road PHONE 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL DR. and MRS. MANNING J. ROSNICK and Family BEST WISHES FOR A PASSOVER TO ALL MILTON WEISS AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS i DALLETT'S GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty-third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH • A HAPPY PASSOVER LEWIS BEAUTY SHDPPE 1355 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. MAX STEVENS and FAMILY STEVENS MARKET and ASSOCIATES 5737 N. W. 27th Avenue a* BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER JERSEY ICE CREAM y* JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 67 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 4jj nlffiiTI tirimttririiiifli MMB



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'I A r |Fi;p;i % %  IIIII iillllii mil mill |I'"M| I if "Mil" \\J mill I Dlllllll mil ... H ... ...1 LiiJllI in mill inn "Mill lllllllllllllllll mum HI J ||i"UI s himil ii iilliii Issiuil lirvv Vvsavh ibJ^wiislbJEIliDipidliiaun VOLUME" 22-NUMBER 15 Combinin g THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS "The Egyptians made the children of Israel to serve with rigor. And they made their lives bitter with hard service ... in all manner of service .. wherein they made them serve with rigor." Gestapo men stood by while this group of Polish Jews in Warsaw were compelled to draw a wagon in place of a horse. tJr ., :*&. .. .-.;-. _-. A m ,.nV £***. % 4 i %  ^^£H£ ^-*V. "In the morning ye shall be filled with bread. United Jewish Appeal funds made it possible to feed thousands like this Jewish orphan boy in Hungary, a victim of Nazi oppression, and to maintain milk stations like this one in Germany. £_—— "The lord shall bring thee into ... a land flowing with milk and honey." Arrival in Israel, where funds are desperately needed to house, clothe and feed the DPs that the Israeli government is prepared to welcome this year. Immediate UJA fund, will be necessary if they are to be integrated into the Israeli economy. : y *3r -> ••Ann. shall k—m tfca Passover..." Jewish refugees, wearing their bast and, fSlSJ. tflir orfj clothe* gather in a DP *£***£**, gtfJSS f^tesZcme* of Germany to celebrate the first night of -FUMwar. UJA funds lKpoSblth.SS. of mauoth, P.s~ver food, and 0f — have enabled Europe's Jewish aumvora to celebrate the Passover / eact ainca the and of the war.



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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 +Jewist Meridian PAGE THIRTEEN H. % %  • Kout Seeks louMiil Seat Hvlan H. Kout, active worker in veterans organizations, has filed his entry as a candidate in the coming June elections for Beach councilman. In presenting his entry, Kout'. nlatform committee chairman, M I Kandel stated: "There is more to running for Miami Beach council this year than simply pro nosing the name, securing the adequate amount of signatures on a petition legally qualifying the candidacy and then going out to round up enough voters and friends to make a successful run. For, as has been predicted, the election will call for men who, through their background, are entitled to run for the office; in this coming 'year of doubt' nationally and locally, any candidate must of necessity, present the experience and interest through civic and organizational work, to provide the voter a good choice to run the government of his city. We feel that 'Hy' Kout is such a candidate." Born in Chicago, 111., where he took his school as well as prelaw training before coming here to study for his law degree at the University of Miami, Kout, a thirty-five year old war veteran has been a resident of Miami Beach since 1936. Kout, after joining the American Legion, 40 and 8, and other war veterans posts here, served as commander of the Legion Post for 1947-1948. Kout held the same office with the JWV. Currently, BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 Alton Road PHONE 5-2305 A Most Happy Passover Window Cleaning Service, Inc. Fred and Herbert Abrami Cleaning Specialists CHIMNEYS — FLOORS WINDOWS 1606 Lenox Avenue PHONE 5-5907 PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Palront LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street ALL GOOD WISHES ior the PASSOVER H. H. LEWIN Real Estate 319 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-5073 Seated at the speaker's table at the banquet which climaxed the Hadassah southeastern regional convention held here recently are (1. tor.) Mrs. Louis Altschul, Mrs. Ruth Fromenson. Mrs. Max Dobrin. Sidney Segal, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Mr. Goodman, Mrs. Moses Epstein, national political chairman and principal speaker at the banquet, Mrs. J. J. Hell man. he is deputy chief of staff of the Department of Florida, JWV, and has arranged for the annual meet in Miami of the national convention of this, the oldest vet group in the country for October of this year. Active in civic affairs for years, young Kout is presently district chairman for the junior baseball activities of the American Legion for the 10th Florida district; secretary of the Miami Beach Youth Center, which he helped organize two years ago; member of the Miami Beach Bar Association; Dade County Juvenile Council. the Chicago Club of Greater Miami; Quarterback Club; Florida Bar Association; Civic League; Miami Beach Elks Lodge; Army and Navy Union; YMHA, and the University of Miami Alumni Association. A key figure in bringing the American Legion convention here last year, Kout again will be among those who will handle the JWV conclave this fall. He is married to the former Suzanne J. Petrie. They are parents of three children, a daughter and twin boys. He maintains law offices on Lincoln Road, where he is associated with his brother, Norman Kout. Obituary MORRIS METSKY Of 15.">1 U-nox Ave.| Miami Beach, died last week at the Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mr. Miitsky eame to Newark, N. J., as a young boy from Russia. He started as a newsboy and became an executive In the Insurance, real estate and building loans field. He was the founder and owner of Metsky Brothers, first agent In the metropolitan and Newark area to distribute hundreds of out-of-town newspapers. By 1929 he had become president of three building and loan associations, and was Instrumental in establishing the New Jersey Building I/oan Association. He Is survived by his wife, Mary; a daughter, Mrs. S. R. Upton, Newark; a son, Robert Mcrrltt Metsky, Miami Beachi four grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Sam Seholk, Baltimore, Md.. Mrs. Abe Mints, Washington, and Mrs. Ous Kamps. Newark; two brothers, Herman and Charles of Newark. Services were held at Riverside Memorial Chapel of Miami Reach. "Post" Passover Eashruth By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Director Greater Miami Vaad Hakashtuth 1. Any Chometz product which was held by a Jewish person during Passover is not Kosher and must not be eaten unless the owner sold his Chometz in accordance with the Jewish Law. 2. Bread, cake or any other baked products may be obtained in the immediate period after Passover from a bakery which was closed during the week of Passover and sold their Chometz in accordance with the Jewish law. 3. During the "Sfirah-period" (this includes the days between the holiday of Passover and the holiday og Pentecost [Weeks]) weddings may be performed only on certain days. Call your rabbi or the director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, 5-3595 for information pertaining to the days when you are permitted to have these functions. The Sfirah period is a period of historical mourning. LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 123808. BENJAMIN MALLY, Plaintiff, vs. CLAIRE! I). MALLY, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To: CLAIRE D. MALLY 1894 Arthur Avenue Bronx. New Yolk You are hereby notified and required to file your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above-styled cause on or before the II day of May. 1949; otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 11 day of April, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER 1703 Congress Building 4/15-22-29 5/6 LEGAL NOTICE Beach Man Donates Lots To Homestead Center I. R. Meyers, 1031 West Ave., Miami Beach, who is a realtor in Homestead, has donated two lots to the recently-organized Homestead Jewish Community Center for the purpose of building a synagogue and center. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No 122921. MATILDA CARPENTIER. Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES R. CARPENTIER. Defendant. TO: CHARLES R. CARPENTIER, 62 S. 2nd Ave. Mount Vernon, New York You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by MATILDA CARPENTIER on or before the 7th day of April, 1949, otherwise, the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 7th day of March, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. CEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for plaintiff. 3/11-18-25 4/1-15 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 123695-C. FLORA B. STERN, Plaintiff, vs. IRVING STERN, Defendant. TO: IRVING STERN 260 Lenox Road Brooklyn, New York On or before the 14th day of May, 1949, you are hereby notified to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above styled cause, otherwise said Bill of Complaint for Divorce will be taken as confessed by you. This order to be published In the Jewish Floridlan, Miami, Florida. Dated this 12 day of April. 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. GENET & GENET 42ii Lincoln Road Attorneys for Plaintiff 4/15-22-29 5/6 SELTZER WATER IN SIPHONS Delivered to Your Home Call Call 2-7283 FLORIDA BEVERAGE SERVICE 520 West Flaqler Street A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER "STRICTLY KOSHER" THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-1103 Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services, REASONABLE RATES PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL JACK'S GROCERY & MARKET 192 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-8865 COMPLETE LIN£ OF GROCERIES AND MEATS JACK ROHER. Proprietor PASSOVER GREETINGS SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 N.E. 26th Street Phone 2-5365 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRAND HOTEL at 226 N. E. Second Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT J. WITHROW LORENE WITHROW MARGARET OTTEN ARTHUR OTTEN Equal Partners, Lessees AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicants 4/8-15-22-29 5/6 *^* NITHY NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 123764. STANLEY McELROY, Plaintiff, vs. NELLIE McELROY. Defendant. TO: NELLIE McELROY, 613 East Thayer Street. i 'lill.nli-l| ihia, Pennsylvania YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance or answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce in this cause on or before May 9th, 1949; otherwise said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DONE AND OIUiERED at Miami, Florida, this 8 day of April, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 987 Lincoln Road 4/15-22-29 S/< FEATURING A BREATH-TAKING HOT BOX 9th RACE OVER THE 5/16 MILE COURSE .EXCEPT SUNDAYS) • 0ST TIME 7:45 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE lsrt & 2nd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM No Minors Admilltd NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22231. In Re: ESTATE OF PAIL MITCHELL. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou, mav have against the estate of PAUL MITCHELL deceased late <>f MIAMI, DADE County, Florida, to the Hon W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date April 5. AD. 1949. ELIZABETH M. CONN, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of PALL MITCHELL, Deceased. HARRY DIETZ 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorney for Executrix 4/15-22-29 5/6 EXPRESS BUS SERVICE DIRECT TO TRACK MIAMI M.am. T.ans.t buses leave on N. E. 2nd St.. between Mill 2nd Av.s ^every 15 mm itHting .1 6:30 P. M. Coast City Coaches leave Ha*n. Madrid T.rm.n.l S. E. 2nd St. & S t d Awevery lew min. starting .16:30. MIAMI BttCH: Stanley Tours buses leave from 14th i riiin .were 15 min from 6:45 until 8:15 • and will also pick up passengers on Collins A,e. I", 23 i nX* • SotSSService: Buses ...v. 7.h Collins 6:50 %  7:15 7:40: l.av. 18th I Colts 6:55 7 20 7:45; l.ave 39th Collins 7:05 7:30 7:55 P. M. BISCAYNEIAI ^-TS -A-/ O N L Y \ c £SVr? m FUTURITY ) \ TRACK \ IN FLA ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— THE STATE OF FLORIDA To: Nathan Penn 602 Amboy Street, Brooklyn, New York IN CHANCERY. No. 123801. FANNIE PENN, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN PENN, Defendant. You are hereby notified and required to file your appearance to Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above-styled cause on or before the 11 day of May, 1949; otherwise the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of April, 1949. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. Felge, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff 1703 Congress Bldg. 4/15-22-29 5/6



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +Jeistincridrian FRIDAY, APRIL 15. TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vice-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codes HO VM Kl II & LEIGH, IXC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P. O. Box 2210 — 1111 N. W. 22nd Street — Miami 13. Florida Next Month In Jerusalem Bv MOSES A LEAVITT (Executive Vice Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee) TO ALL A MOST HAPPY P A S S OV E R CHESTER E. SALB HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. Ill H\N & SOX JEWELERS 114 East Flagler Street Phone 3-6154 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS y SIR WILLIAM HOTEL 7100 Biscayne Boulevard MiamL Florida TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. 1299 N.W. 23rd Street Miami, Honda A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS \ I PFLEIGER TAXIDERMIST 1S400 N. E. Sixth Arenue North Miami •Next vear in Jerusalem." For 3.200 years this fervent Passover prayer has been a shining hope to Jewiah men, women and children scattered in the four corners of the earth. It has sustained them through times of sutfenng and sorrow, through years of persecution and oppression. It %  -as been the quiet resolution that promised new life, new hope in davs ahead. Todav, thirty-two centuries after the exodus of the Jews from Egvpt to Israel which inspired this prayer, the ancient woids hold renewed promise of achievement. Passover, 1949, which begins at sunset on April 13, finds tens of thousands of Jews in Europe, the Middle East and the Orient ready to participate in an historic reenactment of the deliverance from bondage described in the Old Testament. At their side will be the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed Jews abroad. JDC, which kept alive the hopes of Europe's Jews through its underground operations during World War II; which poured in food and clothing and medicines on V-E Day to breathe life into the barely half-alive and taught them trades and skills (in cooperation with ORT) for the future, is now engaged in its greatest emigration program. At a monthly cost of $2,500,000, JDC pays all rail and maintenance costs to ports of embarkation; provides a full set of brand-new clothing to all emigrants, along with maintenance in JDC transient centers: and then pays passage abroad Israel-bound ships and planes for 20,000 men, women and children per month. The mass exodus to Israel, now the greatest since biblical days, had its beginnings on May 14. the day the Jewish State was proclaimed. At once the new nation opened its gates to the hundreds of thousands who had clamored so long to enter. In June. 1,627 reached the shores of Israel. Bv September, the figure had climbed to 10,925. In November, 14,689 more had been settled. In January a new peak was reached with 18,000. And in March another record was set: 22.000 men, women and children coming to the end of the long journey home. In ten months more than 150.000 homeless refugees have become proud citizens of the world's youngest, fastestgrowing state. This is the amazing record compiled through the $250,000,000 United Jewish Appeal, which provides the funds for JDC to bring refugees to Israel and for the United Palestine Appeal to help them settle there. But while their forerunners traveled the long miles of desert from Egypt to Israel by foot, the Jews in the new exodus are being whisked to the Holy Land from Continued on Page 28) Phone 7-8242 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER L. F. POPELL COMPANY SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALFOL INSULATION 1730 West Flagler Street Phone 3-4272 TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS 1338 N. W. 29th STREET PHONE 3-6479 FRANK AND BILL OF THE TEXACO PALM SERVICE STATION GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE 4401 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-3636, 48-5058 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY Seal Of The State Off Israel The O'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co., Inc. One of the first acts of the newly-elected Assembly (Knesseth) of Israel was to' adopt a seal of the state. For this purpose, the members of the Assembly went back into the rich tradition of Jewish history. The seal is a seven branched candelabrum copied from the Arch of Titus, mounted between two olive branches on a traditional shield. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ARNOLD HIGH QUALITY ALUMINUM WINDOWS 4101 South Dixie Highway A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL BOND PLUMBING SUPPLY MIAML FLORIDA — PH. 82-5541 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLORIDA — PH. 4200 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PLAYTIME TOGS, INC. 1433 N. E. Miami Place Manufacturers of LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Mad* In Miami Phone 9-2862 LOBEL'S MARKET 1407 Washington Avenue 5-1174 FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES MEATS — GROCERIES Delivery Service AI/S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AL'S ON THE BEACH 1225 West 20th Street Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS "THE WORLD'S FINEST IN FASHIONS" Sraeel & Jabaiy LINCOLN ROAD TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TYRUS T. TRIPP 3662 CORAL WAY PA J i i 00N.W.10U,SW T I N G S £ GREETINGS OF S^ Mori* SH 10Y *woo TvvJortgage Co. Property Manager*** PHONE 3-M* 1 Hou Real Estate FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.



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rpmAY. APRIL 15, 1949 Bertman To Head Membership Drive George J. Bertman, Miami Reach realtor, has been named Leral chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith spring membership drive, E. Albert Pallet, council president, has announced. According to Bertman, the drive for 300 new members in the men's lodges will be launched on Sunday, April 17, with the Passover festival at the Beach Y. Women's B'nai B'rith units are X scheduled to participate in thedrive for new members under he leadership of Mrs Beverly Recker president-elect of theDis : < Set Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith Women. a All persons joining the Jewish service organization on the evening of the April 17th carnival, will receive souvenir premiums from the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Council. Assisting Bertman on the membership drive committee will be: John Kronenfeld, president of Sholcm Lodge; David R. Isen, president of Miami Beach Lodge; A Budd Cutler, president of Tropical Lodge; Mark Silverstein, president-elect North Shore Lodge; Jerome R. Adelman, president of the Coral Gables Lodge; and Joel Vogel, president of FDR, BBYM. Leonard Wolf Elected As Hillel President Leonard S. Wolf, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf, was recently elected president of the Hillel" Foundation of City College of San Francisco. Wolf, who is doing his pre-legal work there in preparation for entering the University of California Law School, graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Florida, where he was active in I. Z. F. A. activities. Mr and Mrs. Sam Wolf and their family, former residents of Miami and Miami Beach, they are now residing in Oakland, Calif. *Jeni§fincridfian7 PAGE THREE Hadassah Group Holds Shower The Deborah Group of Hadassah held its annual "April Shower" at the Delmonico Hotel, Miami Beach, Monday at 1:30 p.m. This year's affair will be a linen shower for the benefit of the Hadassah Medical Organization and all gifts will be sent to complete supplies in the various medical units in Israel. Mrs. Milton Lehr and Mrs. William Levy, Hadassah Supplies co-chairmen, were in charge of the event. Mrs. Leo Levin, president of Deborah, presided at a short business meeting at which the slate for the coming year was announced. Mrs. Jerry Rogen presented a musical skit entitled "The Blizzard of 1949." Cast included Rochelle Perl, Miriam Jacoby, Georgie Yalman, Bernice Rose, Gloria Feldman, Pearl Rubin and Rhoda Mufson. Brothers Reunited Two brothers, who had not seen each other for 40 years, were reunited at the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station last week. They are Morris Steinberg, 125 S.W. 17th Road, and Jacob Steinberg, who was recently released from a concentration camp in Germany, where he and his family had been confined for four years. Accompanying Steinberg were his wife, two daughters, a sonin-law and two small children. The Steinbergs plan to settle here. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Walt Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 or 5-4316 Baker Creates Display Mickey Schuttert, baker at the Famous restaurant 671 Washington Ave., is displaying a unique Window arrangement at the Beach dining spot. The timely Passover display which is built entirely of sugar depicts two scenes—one of the Jews crossing the Red Sea; the other a family Seder. Dr. Erna Klass Dr. Erna Klass Opens Of lice Dr. Erna K. Klass announces the opening of her office for the care of infants and children at 2398 S.W. 22nd St. (Coral Way). Dr. Klass, who received word last January that she had passed her Florida State Medical Board examinations and was licensed to practice medicine in this state, is the wife of Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the mother of twin sons. She has been affiliated with the Dade County Health Unit as doctor for the county's schools and baby clinics. A graduate of Frederick Wilhelms Medical School, Breslau, Germany, Dr. Klass took postgraduate work at Columbia University Medical School, New York City. She interned at Richmond, Va., and received her license to practice in that state in 1948. Dr. Klass later served as resident in pediatrics at Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C, and two years as resident in psychiatry at Springfield State Hospital, Md. Beth El PTA Meets Frank Bonner of Washington, D. C, who has gained national recognition as a sleight-of-hand artist, was presented to the members of the Congregation Beth El PTA by Milton Sachs, president, at a meeting last week. Rabbi Murray Grauer requested parents to cooperate during the Passover holidays in the interest of community public relations by refraining from sending their children to public school on the first and last days of Passover. SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N.W. Sixty-Second Street Phone 7-9472 PENICILLIN DUST For treatment of Sinusitis, Ear and Respiratory Infections Dr. Springmyer. Physician 79th St. (Tlinic 249 N.W. 79th St. Ph.78-8407 For real Holiday Enjoyment! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZ0HS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal, Cake Meal, Egg Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! 25th YEAR Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. 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• Campaign Workers Vote to Extend Appeal Indefinitely Until Goal Is Reached Gathered around the Caravan of Hope. Israeli eeruiralent of the Freedom Train, are workers in the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal. At this meeting the workers voted to extend the drive indefinitely until the $1.881.'37 goal is obtained. Lt NUsan Leviatan. (rights Israeli war hero, who is traveling aboard the train as it visits American communities, is shown presenting a gift of appreciation—a copy of the Israeli declaration of independence—to Aaron Kanner. co-chairman of the FortyNiners. Spearheading the final phase of the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal drive are the Forty-Niners, "shock troops" who have pledged to devote at least 49 hours to the campaign or to bring in a minimum of S4900. Standing beside the United Jewish Appeal's Caravan of Hope which rolled into Miami Sunday are eight leaders of the group: (1. to r.) William D. Singer, campaign chairman, Aaron Kanner. David Phillips. Jack Ablin. Joseph Gardner, Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Harry Sirkin and Benjamin Meyers. S!M;:i.<;7 1 Reported At Son. Meeting Sparred by the arrival of the Caravan of Hope. Israel; counterpart of the Freedom Tra:r_ 50C workers :r. the 1949 Combined Jewish Appeal voted to extend the indefinitely --::: the 11.881 737 fr.-a". :s reached The arrival of the tra:r. wai tc climax the :':r.al report meeting of the drive, :•-: when informed :r.k: rr.Iy $??'?.:~4 r.ai. b^or. :::sethe workers took a standing vote) t: continue the campaign. Final p! t the drive will be spearheaded by the FortyNiners, "shock troops" who have tc devote a minimum of 49 hours :n campaign work or to rnr.c. in $4900. This group :s determined tc make a "last ditch ;:ar.d The meeting was held at Pier 2 where the Caravan of Hope. which contains replicas of the Israeli declaration of independence, the state constitution and other exhibits from the new nation, was making a one-cay stop. A plea to continue the campaign to swell that part of the funds that go for resettlement of displaced persons in Israel was made by Paul B. Edwards, who is traveling aboard the train. Edwards was chief of the International Refugee Organization in the U. Szone of Germany. Edwards' plea was repeated by two others who fought in Israeli military forces. They were Lt. Nissan Leviatan. commander of a ship that carried refugees through i the British blockade and a hero of numerous ground battles, and 1 Col. Miriam Sambursky, leader of the Women's Home Guard in! Jerusalem, who directed air raid precaution measures. A gift of appreciation — a pJaqi otaining Israel's declarator. ::' Independence—was presented by :.'. Sambursky to Aaron Kanner, co-chairman of the Forty-Niners f: the total obtained tc date. 5; 106 was reported for the first Sunday by 'William D Singer genera] chairman of the drive A penny collecti n totaling 123 vrifentcd t: Singer by RoRoserr.ir. ::r the children .:' the E-.'r. Jacob Hebrew School Hadassah Group To Give Party A card and games party will be given by the Miami Group of Hadassah Wednesday. April 27. at 8 pm. at the Beth El auditorium. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.. acr.g to an announcement by Mrs. H. CMoser, president. Pro| ceeds from the affair are earmarked for the Hadassah Hospital in Israel. Mrs. J. Fishmar. is chairman of the affair. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend. Louis Shafkin Runs For Office Louis Shafkin, Miami Beach jeweler, has announced his candidacy for the Beach city council in the June 7 elections. In making his announcement, Shafkin underscored the need for i sound business approach in the management of municipal affairs. Major features of his campaign include the immediate establisht of a low cost housing pro;ect. additional recreational facilities and playgrounds for children, closer cooperation between the city and the Chamber of Commerce. A former resident of Orlando and Starke, the candidate has lived in Miami Beach for many years. He is a member of the Masons, Elks, Kiwar.is, Bhai B'rith, Chamber of Commerce, Scottish Rite and the Shriners. IWHT nw SlS0*Ml J5 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOO, M.sical Director MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sunday, April 17—4:30 Monday, April 18—8:30 HOWARD HANSON GUEST CONDUCTOR Wagner. Rimsky. Korakoff. Hanson $1.75. $2.10. $2.40. $3.00 Purctll, Single Tickets -$1.50. A Florida Camp for Girls CAMP ROBBINS 1 between Orlando and Jacksonville) LAKE COMO, FLORIDA PARENTS! Take that trip you planned and let us care for your daughters. INSPECT OUR FACILITIES: • housing in main Lodge • delicious, well-balanced meals • beautiful rolling country • on two lakes • drinking water sulphur free e water and land sport* • no regimentation Telephone 2292 Write for booklet M-22 Directors: JACOB ROBBINS DOROTHY B. ROBBINS TELEVISION RADIO — SERVICE — APPLIANCE "CORRECTLY REPAIRED. 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APRlt 15. 1949 FRIDAY, ft Future Of The Goluth And Yiddish Condensed from a lecture at the Histadruth L'Tarbuth in Miami) ^ By PINCUS PUCHKOFF Is it not the time now for a new Yiddish? Let us try to contemplate this nroblem comprehensively. I, is a fact, though paradoxical, that being the first Monotheists, he first believers in one God, one Power, we Jews neve T the : n> in relation to our national aneuage. arc always Dualists. We always have had two lanonaees one our own Hebrew lanfuago and the other a Goluth Sage, a satelite. With each SB wc have had a Goluth language^ ^^ Go i ut h language was to us nothing else than a so-called '•Laaz" — (a foreign soeech) and "Divrei—Choi" (secular words) but each time we gradually adapted ourselves until the language was, so to say, proselvtized and adopted by the people Sometimes we even cherished the language just as our own Hebrew. Moreover, beyond the Tanach (Bible) with most of the Apocryphas also naturally, the Hebrew Renaissance of the Hascala Epoch, the best and the greatest in our literature was created in Goluth languages. In the days of the first temple already was" Alexandria, the place of the Scptugint, a great Goluth center of Jewish Greek philosophers as Philo Judaeus, Aristobles and others. The Babilonian Talmud in Aramaic is incomparably greater and richer than the Jerushelmian. —Even some of our prayers were composed in Aramaic, as the Kadish and others. In Arabic, during the Golden Epoch, were created gigantic works as: 'Haemuneth V'Hadeoth" by Rav Saadia Gaon; "Chovath Halvovath" by Rabenu B'Chai; "Moreh N'Vochim" by the Rambatn or the "Cusri" by JudaHalevi. Now for the last few centuries we adopted another Goluth language. This time it was a German dialect.—This time it compre+Jewlst>ncriciiat7 PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN hended all layers of the people, penetrating into the deepness of the masses so much as to be named Yiddish, daring even to pretend to the Jewish National Language. It seems this "Shniuth" (Dualism) is in our blood, as one of our Russian Jewish poets (I think, it was Simeon Frug) once said: "Dva dostoiania Dala Nam sudba; Shzazdu Svobode A dolu Raba—" (Two possessions Us Destiny gave— Thirst for freedom And the lot of a slave). This time the Goluth language, indeed, throve and became very strong. Our most talented writers and poets Hebrew lovers ceased to call her "Zargon" or "Shifcho" (servant girl). (These names were given her during the Hascalah Epoch.) They all became Yiddish writers and Yiddish poets.—They all created a Yiddish literature and a Yiddish press, which surpasses all our previous Goluth languages, all the Yiddishes we ever had. Even Ch. N. Bialic, the High Priest in Hebrew created and wrote in Yiddish. And no wonder this Goluth language, this German dialect acquired the name "Yiddish," because she was really proselytized by absorbing in herself almost 50% of Hebrew idioms. Yiddish TO ALL GREETINGS Mrs. V. C. PLUMMER TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER PHILLIPS PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES CONTRACTORS — SALES — SERVICE COMPLETE LINE OF PLUMBING FIXTURES AND ROUGHING MATERIAL 6227 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones 78-6557 — 3-7116 TO ALL GREETINGS SOUTHLAND CHEVROLET INC. COMPLETE PASSENGER CAR FACILITIES 1125 N. E. 2nd Avenue COMPLETE TRUCK FACILITIES 1714 N. W. 1st Avenue SOUTHERN DAIRIES AND JERSEY SEALTEST MILK and ICE CREAM Extends to All Their Jewish Friends SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER thus was not a "Zarah" (a rival | wife) to Hebrew. On the contrary she has kept and guarded He-1 brew a great deal. Now I will dwell a little to state, to my great sorrow, that '". e ,.. ,l 1 | M draws near that this Yiddish must die. (I hope and pray our Yiddishists should not make of me a "heap of bones"). The writer, though an ardent Hebraist, is fond of Yiddish, the language of Mendele and Sholem Aleiehem. He himself has written couple of books in Yiddish. But why should we deceive ourselves? The Yiddish of today will pass away.—It is dying out with us Emigrants, more or less, Americanized. It is dying out with our children and particularly with our grandchildren, American "Zabros" (the youth born in Eretz Israel is called "Zabra"). It is a fact and no one will gainsay it. With the change of the place of the Goluth must also come the change of the Goluth language. The place of our Goluth has been changed, consequently, the Goluth language has to be changed too. The greater part of the number and the greater part of the (Continued on Page 40) Louisville Title Insurance Company Louisville. 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Langford Building Miami, Florida COMPLIMENTS PAN ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP CORPORATION TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER $ WILDCAT SERVICE STATION CITIES SERVICE LUBRICATION SPECIALIST 5687 S. W. 8th Street Miami, Fla. "on this Passover Holiday the festival of liberation, we join people all over the world wishing for Peace and Prosperity. In our opinion, there is no better place in the world for enjoying Peace and Prosperity than Miami Beach. We have contributed and are contributing greatly to the growth and prosperity of Miami Beach. We have developed and are maintaining one of the finest urban transportation systems anywhere in the world and—as has been so often declared—a good transportation system is absolutely essential for the growth and prosperity of any community." OJhz mUtmi tt&och ttatttuay, 6o. I v. i :! 1 I OHBBUHIBH



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jen Is* fhrkttan Isenberg To Head Arbitration Unit Michael If. Isenberg. Miami attorney and former colonel in the United States Army, has been appointed chairman of the Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith Arbitration committee, it has been announced by president. John Kronenfeld. Organized for the purpose of arbitrating disputes between Jewish litigants, the committee endeavors to settle in private conference such suits and controversies which might prove embarrassing to either party in a court of law. Under the plan, a standing committee made up of business men, attorneys, profesional men. and religious leaders will be on har.d at all times to confer and offer advice directed towards keeping the case from being aired in open court. Chairman Michael M. Isenberg served with the staff of Genera! Joseph V. Dillon, deputy provost marshal general in charge of military police operations in the European theatre. He served as chief of the law department, provost marshal general's school. Isenirerg received his law degree and doctor of jurispruc:cr..o degrees from Northwestern University Law School. He is the former enforcement trial attorney for the OPA in South Fl< rida and has been president of the Jr. Hadassah Unit To Sponsor Spring Dance The Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will sponsor a spr:: g dance Saturday night. April 16. at 6 30 at the Cadillac Hotel. Miami Be. Proceed.are <.. : .rmarked for the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing in Israel. Tickets are one dollar and may be obtained from i members or at the door. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltt is in charge of arrangements. She will be assisted by Freda Ankus. tickets: Rhoca Caidin, publicity; Natalie Summers, hospitality. ^^APRriis J A. L. Meohlowitz Opens Law Office A. Louis Mechlowitz announces the re-opening of offices for the general practice of law at 927 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School. Mechlowitz practiced here for ten years prior to 1944 when he moved to Asheville. N. C. due to ill health. Mechlowitz is a member of Congregation Beth Jacob, the Elks and B'nai B'rith. While practicing law in Sarasota for one year, he served as president of the Sarasota Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Mechlowitz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz, pioneer residents of the area who have been prominent in communal life, and the brother of Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz, Miami Beach dentist. GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 303 E. Flagler Street MIAMI—PHONE 3-2833 MIAMI TOP ,SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized m Processed Muck and & Any Mixture Bh"" 1 Blue Sod SoU and FU1 of Any f^ Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21st T^ EDDIE ALPER M. Isenberg Chicago Club of Greater Mianv. Isenberg is the first cousin of Goldie Meyersor., cabinet member of the State of Israel. Persons interested in appearing before the arbitration committee may call Isenberg at 9-0124. Beach Teacher Speaks Irvin Katz. member of the Miami Beach Senior High faculty. discussed "Vocational Guidance and Its Need" at an open meeting of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. held Monday at 8:00 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. The lodge held an executive break-1 fast Sunday to discuss a pro-! gram of future activities. i. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3858 MIAML FLORIDA America's Foremost Female Impersonators DANNY & DOC'S JEWEL BOX 512 N.E. 15th St. Re*. 9-0100 Mendelsohn's s !" g£ Restaurant 1301 Collint Avi.. Miami Beach WHERE THE FISEST MEET TO DISE TELEPHONE 6-90*5 AIR COOLED BEER AND WINE6 SERVED Free Parking in Rear Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareouino. and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-C789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8. Municrpcd Docks Sfmd Your SPRING VACATION DeSotoHoM and'Health Resort SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA Rest and relax at one of the West Coaef t finest hotel*. Spring Vacation rate* of $8 per day. American Plan, effectiT* now. TELEPHONE: CLEARWATER, FLA1567 Blue nibbon WIN s 50 LISTEN TO WWPB 9:30 JLM. FOR RULES U-XAME-n-SERVICE CONTEST IE ALL FLAT IRONED Si 1Q W lb*. Wearing Apparel Damp Dry %  %  *' EACH ADDITIONAL POUND 7c SHIRTS AT 12c Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc LAUNDRY fc CLEANERS 1403 N.W. 7th COURT MIAMI. PLOR'DA PHONB*: 8-C7M. LAND 0'SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS -ND 0 Si — \ -^ or order from route salesman wmm



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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR +Jelshnurldlkin FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1949 Rep, Sol Bloom-The Statesman, The Jew _.... % ^„,1J ^ vAmamhpr thP time By MILTON FRIEDMAN EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is from an interview held several weeks ago in which Rep. Sol Bloom said he had enjoyed a full life but that his health was failing him. His secretary said this week that it was probably his last interview with a reporter. WASHINGTON — Supreme happiness filled the heart of Rep. Sol Bloom at the climax of his career. .. The elder statesman attributed this joy to the victory of Israel— a victory which he believed foretold a new golden age for we Jewish people. "Israel's courageous men and women," he said, "have won more respect for the Jewish people on the battlefield than anything eLse the Jews have done in thousands of years—including your motion picture industry, garment industry, or the raising of $250,000,000 charity quotas. What they did makes me proud to share their religion." ,. Anti-Semitism will decline now that Jews throughout the world can point to Israel where their people have won themselves an honored place as a free nation, ne said. The fighting Israelis have not only captured the imagination of the freedom-loving peoples of the world but had completely won Rep. Bloom The chairman of the U. b. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs had long had a foreign affair, a love affair at that. Object of his affection had been the spirit of the Zionists who built Israel out of the desert. And he had helped wherever and whenever he could. He could not remember the time that he did not repeat the prayer, "L'Shono Habo B'Yerusholayim (Next Year In Jerusalem). But he did more than pray. He almost literally raised tne roof off the Capitol when, m 1933. Great Britain restricted immigration to Palestine to 75,000 for a five-year period. His Foreign Affairs Committee condemned the White Paper as "a clear repudiation of the convention bet.veen the United States and Great Britain." Then he was instrumental, during the course of (he Bermuda conference on refugees, in the admission of 30,000 additional DP's to Palestine. In January, 1944, he strongly supported the resolution that the United States take appropriate measures to the end that a Jewish nation be set up. Sol Bloom was a member ol the United Nations Committee on Trusteeships and it was largelv through his efforts that Article 80 was adopted, safeguarding the rights of the Jewish community of Palestine. Later in 1945 he steered the so-called Palestine Resolution through the House of Representatives and saw its final acceptance. Early in the fall of 1947 he urged the administration, with whom he has always worked in close harmony, to approve toe partition plan. How the indefatigable worker helped swing votes of U.N. delegates toward the two-third majority required for partition is a favorite Washington story. The vote of Gen. Carlos P. Romulo. ROYAL BAKING COMPANY EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ITS FRIENDS AND PATRONS Philippine delegate, was crucial. Rep. Bloom tried to reach him but without success. Then he found that the Philippine delegate was aboard the Queen Mary at sea. It was a surprised general who received a radio-telephone call from Sol Bloom in the midtlantic. .. On May 13 he saw in sight the fulfillment of his dream but there was still the doubt of American recognition of the nation which was about to be proclaimed, bo Sol Bloom had a heart-to-heart talk with President Truman. Two days later history was made when the President's surprise announcement of recognition electrified the world. Zionism will not die if those (Continued on Page 38) MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS, Inc. 2035 W. 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; PAGE TEN -jmlst fkrktiar* FRIDAY. APRIL LEGAL NOTICE 15, 1949 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -_-„ r BY GIVEN thai the undersigned as Sheriff of Dade • Florida, acting under and by --.:: rt of -ie VAT::.: EZ E;iai partner! i.-i • U owner* WOE=S Chapter I Albert ?il.-: president :'. IN THE ::-:.:T ....... .? -=— --;-, t t NE mi AVM-* .V-". IL4L ..-• ; %  • •>.. ;\ M-ac r '-• :register FCR :.cr COCXTT FLOH —%. — „, ~-* •, %  •.%  %  -.. •>%  < of the o.-;H.vN.r?.T N :a ^p,;, %  -• %  Florida ;. sr.c.er LCCfe ;;:;;-? ;-:;."-: ptfauxt %  I :auj; >B rT~ i Zi 7~ -'** %  or. Judaecms Meet •.--* %  • %  %  • ;-:•--5 t_.,-.: records, render Lei sad P ass o v er Play" wai ..;-Crcujj :: ;; he3d Tuesday -igi: :; at Passover sc^rs ;-d %  ; "'" ; "' r.iTi: a: a-r... 7 !.• I 3 :'• SSJaA> :•-.. %  : .si ^ r ~.T ON P THE HT :N AND FOR DADE •OCNTT FLORIDA.— IN 7HAN7EF.Y N :; • MACDE re ML*, CT> B BROADB EN T on Record rtaln •a. %  o. tlon the • % %  :. win* dscr!bed property: 1—Wood-top work table with vise: Miscellaneous lot. used electric bulbs: 1—{ %  bench grinder; 2—lar*e rolls canvas convertible eoverir.s;. 1—metal work table: 1—tool table. 1— '••• Irmulic Jack: 1—floor roller: 1—tiltback chair: 2—battery charters; 1— Dttol valve motor checker: 2—nxvgen tank, goggles and hose: :—a:r tanks. 1—ejrease pump-erun; 1—8' ladder: 2—metal roll ins; shelves: I—tail ;:pes; 4—7:5'>-l Inner tubes ..r.d otter tabs*; I— Jacks: 1—desk; v—'.arse metal cablr.eU; 4—metal cab1—air compressor. 1—cash recitar; 1—addingmachine: 2—tool .T-with hydraulic brake equip2—metal chests with mlscslequlpmer.t: 1—safe; ;—metal table; 1—oi:er: 1— lathe: 1— %  ..:—large searchlight: 2—metal stools: 1—sewing 1—file cabinet: approxi:i cartons of miscellaneous .-._•. t-jlts. gaskets and other auto. parts and accessaries and equlpmer.: '. r working on same; en palr.t ::—::-J3 Ford T^w ---< aerial Ko tl-ls-s^tattt, :-45 :-' -ia Lirense No. 1 K-ltt; for any | this equipment c*il -lSS7: ar.l a!i persons are notlfled -ha: I win **:: the sail described personal pr ;-.—->I jhet and -, Normandy School Observes Passover ;•; -V" • :-.---. ; s > r*:?. rcr rvrr ~.. ; .:A.:N :HANCE?.T S: ;"-".NK >: -. ANNA x-. -.-:-:j-: :---u:: %  > %  THE STATE T F! %  -, r .. -? ANN: >_i a. ced .-c ; %  T-tr-. A*.* iry :: .^s ::Brcc* New Tor* i-- -—-i rdered est Idsr for cash at the s.ruth door .-.i-: = .. :f "•—.'-h* r-aie County Courthouse In -%  -.:'-* • %  % %  •;.:•• M • ." %  u.-.ry. f.::s including c-::s of ~ L :: Lir rf March, IMS •• purchaser t: pay for Sheriffs z ? I-EATKEE-MAN 3..: %  : Sal*. -< : t rourt. Date-i •.-. :: \fir--h. :m JIMMT SVLL.-VAN. >f SXM 5ELVE?. asi r.—la PEIOE Dapaty CSark. Sheriff of Dads County. F!oti. By. A. G HARKNESS. Deputy Sheriff. £ Woodard, Attys at Law 10-13 Biscay=e Bid* L-l-15-22 LEGAL NOTICES NOT, CE UNO| ncrTr^r NOTICE IS HEREBT^T, ths undersigned, deslr'r.r ;',£?>, l — buslnesa under the flctl-lo .. *** '" Eddy s Market at IsVlV wm Arenue, Miami. Florida u. 1 Jr, l rerlster said „ a m 'withV* oP"* to the Circuit Court or !" ru-! C i rl < of Florida. ,, l?U W o^e, MEHLE l/U-25 1/1-8-15 NOT.CE UNOE^CTlr^r boataawa under the • • ,?'*!' ln THE SID-MAR MF> V £t> 0 ,! MARKET at US5 N W 3 -H* AV ^D Miami. Florida. Inland to !* said name with ths C.erX A .v r gjclt Court of Dale E g^J"^ HARRT DTOOOI GERTRCDE IV'jOiv THEODORE J. BAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 3 1S-24 4/1-1-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW US NOTICE 13 HBBXBT GIVEN thii the ur.derslsjr.ed. daatrlag •,. sntafsS b-jslneas under the .'.::-. .\*7 "} Archie's Tavern at I. i \ E" i Avenue, Intends to register sa.d'nim. with the Clerk of the g !" of Dade CooaQr. : "' Wlt MORRIS A KAUFMAN 'Sole Owner) ELRT STOKE Attorney for Applicant 4 1-S-15-22-2S ORDER OF PLBL C*T ON CONSTANCE DI BLAS1 "v. JOSEPH DI BLAS1 -• THE STATE OF FT TO: JOSEPH DI BLA.--. 107 Mountain Road. rear of 224 Ogdaa Avenue, In care of Mrs. L I.Jersey City. New Jersey TO* are hereby r tlflec '. -;re4 to appear to the Bl.. I t for Divorce, f:led asnUast :u,, above a::'.e-i cause OB -* -e th 2S day %  : ; iay :'. A;nl IS4J ..ther either • saay ha-.e aa:r.s-. •.he the aUecatlons M 1 bill w ; a be ~5=.-.< -: ?h .:; Er.s-T .-:: i*ca4e-l i U." hau of Hudson County New .Nrs*;.-. the Hoc W tj Jadsra -: r.T -..-.e r. ; 5 AL CTECVTT !N AXD ^- :" '_ tie "•: :r.-.y C srthouse FOB r .'.: E COCXTT FLi RID A— i" Tiie r:.r-E -.'a. within %  --. — :N rHANCEET N: :.* .i.T-ir saooths froai tha ftate of tis KATHZETNE rJTEr:EL.', ;^.-:'f r_-st p.i a^:n hereci Said RZE C_A r-'erlar: %  !e=a=-;i ---.the tras confessed against you DOKE AND ORDERED THIS M i.y at Mir:IMS 1. B. LK.\THER>LOC. < cf the Circuit Court Ctrcwit Court Basil By P. H RICE JR.. Deputy C'.erk ROB J TALL4.NOFF -• %  • t •* •-• r^f.r.z \ .-;u:: -:i e .es;i. a^iii^siwin iaidA.iUfr r::E :? HXXE3T JTVEN %  -"HE STATE • P FLORIDA '. the rfi.raa=t uad to :- swem ~ rttor for Plaintiff • : T :N RZaiKlV.L>\. ta i.-i ;rese=.i-l as af:resjaJd. or 4 :-l-li-t3 ''' %  "--_ ; -s :e bsarred 5ee Section :: — --..• .. T -< 5f the :J4 Prcc*te Act NOT CE "0 APPEAR --i ?--.,^uu. Ctty T .----: red to :. yosu rt MaB. AD 1HI :N THE ::?.--: 7 :• .' p 7 -:-M-ir-• : l E Cof CosANNA KLINGER AND • :---: : T •----, ir -. ; ,--, ^-i BERNARC W ENGELHA-RDT F rj*. the : %  lar .; .. A-li-i-r Executors :'. the 'L.N '• %  -_'• — erw-jte the aTesratioes La^t WE vr:i Testament -'. TT. -.7 _r -: 3 £ :tahen as B0Ecs^hardt Deceased. "I WALTER KOVNER r.T-.a: Ma-. ~ -:•, :-j | >.-.—e; for A-tcL-ir. E-te-:uton rf Ma." .HE I-..-. JCDICLAI. CntCtTT OF PL" RTDA. :N ANT' FOR DADE NTT IN CHAXCERT, N NOTICE UNDER P CT NAME LAW N -T:CE :s HERESV ::N :h.t -.he undersigned, de:---• %  •. a r the flet • .~:e of City Auto Tr-u:k 8pr_-.| •. ^ N V 5ith Street. Mtacti r1on#s. 1 to resr-ster aaJ i si: .:i lie Cirri '. the Circ-u.t %  :-:ie 1: •.: %  • Florida. PAfL E ANTE I. WILLL.M zv :-: % %  LN j a."..-.ers I-I5-22-H 5 4 NOTICE UNDER FICT OCS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ilVZS that the anderaisrned. de.L-:.-.< • engage to ... na. : = : = = z=.=. :*s> E ? _.EATHE?.MAN N: %  E-ak : --* .* : L 11 2. 4 -.-i-:s :. : Sea 2y "s"M w_ ?7:•::<: N: = r£p c=_s_ CAT-ON stierwjse : s LN : rro .-.rr.fesao • .-.-1 wa New .• : :N r>" T-tr -~--i :N THE TTR-mT "VP.T E THE r — he estere-1 a-a.r.-. .:-.JXTDiclAL ?:E-V:T :N AN: 1 E] M Anrfl, AD FOR : %  .:r : VNTT FLORIDA.— M : \,"--^^^V £; :z: % %  ? E,B LEATHERilAN ::e-c MAN I 1 -• -r. ..re: ;:.S*a PACLCfE M-4.NTEG.4JvL De.'eidBy M C FEiGE _N:-_:E -: = = E*a ~ I THE"STATE or -_ %  -?.A murtm A t awnv.iP 10 3trk •f-^-v.--;"_;:. v~ _?:, THE -: -. „ L, W ^* Astoria, L I N-w Trt Man. Pkrlsh 5-Of STL'-EE _• ". '. ? J : : i Bs rrt w ? • i Karl r a M.4.RGARET I-TTEN ARTHVH -" S" E-3 _a: Parta AMOfi BFLN.'AMI.N A-.-.crr.ey for Applicant! 1 •-.:-:.-." ; 3r M : EE: :-E r-fa B-iLd r KA=; : r_a • %  • :: %  :. %  N A _E ^-A^ __ -ies&u-uLg -.; %  -pf' *. -_. ^.^_ .. -_ _L ^i_: CJ N W ^i Aesjsna. Kai ., :.' N \ :M: aJL>. -:.--'e ::• au..--e I iiat y -** -: -.: • e 1a;. !"m --y^--:_ %  % %  ;.-•--; -r. is : c & -orfarPSa A;-_ 349 : ; : r--j = :.r Mali 4 .- -U n •: %  -" > i va. I 3^. M ;-i_it w-_ :--i_t?; aa xc' eased : : : 1. ::.: ted :c:e S" CE .N:E= C; ; s — — • a sacs rrw w •-. • si£ .* .--.--: aa --w-a;eN 7! "E :i HE-J73" ;' VEN • ted 1 -He ;:.-FVrvta. -e ;-ie-six~.Sf"'..; t THERJCAN ; HN MOORE Defends ..-:--. ----_.-.E STATE %  ? FLORIDA HN MOORE %  T :c=> Aver .Jeraaj New lotany are :.-ety re-;._-e-i tc '. .e ycur = -" %  PSaaatlffs Bffl :f C-1 %  h the aheve-e the 2nd day of ie.-wias the a^esra :e -a= as 1-^' -i-T-t 1 -. laj :.' Ma.-:^ a: T" r T W5SJ tuue E.rx .f tiCV:.i ;. -; -. I TT^i ?JCAN 3S :' Boassi e Market at P-acVa-, r"o. .z-.--.ii to • &f srj'er sa. i -a-e w £ X = Ctr^u-t ::.-. if la^e : .--.y DATED at M-a=ii. r.ortda, UUa 1 Liy :.' A;r_ .Hi E B LEATHERMAN By Wit W STOCKING £AM SIL^-ER '-"'^ *** : : : lint ff „ -'--• ?u.^i-g M^=. a r.:-.a • HI -22-2} -• ---*N a. 77 5^C5 Z'. N a 1 -:=-22 Vil :m =.-T*i! v 7 s a.-1 K=ed ic fLe rrcr a^eau-uesj tha lay :r May A 7 .io zerw*, i-I lZl -. :.s s .< -A—ery Aiaica -^. T : 7 >.EE BBBBS T RT EE.EE -• a;;e_raa : — x-.-. -i -"• %  -.; BT7D0ON :t NC~ :E .\:IS r c A J1= _-*_* -* : "~^^7:, -iv ;ti-a*'1 'A %  r ^^HUr^^ MOB uader tie fircssc'U -aur^ -* =::a: -.1 N Jta.=. > ~ MA.. Fiiir-la. -:•-is v -^j-j:*r MTLT'V %  o-d :ai wtih tie C2r* if -_K TtrA--..—-" 'Ti::ci;7y yrr-ia. .13 Sr ;.:.: 5. M:-_-5 =E3VZ7_ Le*xar ?-— u i.l-'--3 i 1 v.-l-U-S --: %  :aT %  ; A? -. ... 1 • • '-Li. I U • -..., -Ma^-^:^-" ":e^Ja-:' S ? r ^ ET ^TFEB, -&f Weet Fa r a tio ?•--• i--;s*. Sew Tak Tew are hereby srdered to aprear ''-"; : ;"''", *•'•=*• 'or divorce s* v A--.: 24. :n$. or DeNOTICE UNDER FlCTlT O^S NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 3IVES till •he :-;.->!rr.ed. deatr.r.g : r^age ir bostnees under the Let:: g;• ^.ertier Top Bol Co it 10*3 N ith Street. Mia.-cl. ra. -=tends M register sajd narr.e w.tithe Ctnruit Cert :.' 1 FVrri-la. JOSEPH GE?.?:-i:P! 25 4 :--:5-22 NOTICE UNDER FlCTlT CIS NAME LA/. NOTICE !S HEREBY IIVEN '-Sa 1 the undersigned, deatriag -"-' % %  ** % %  ; i.'.nese ur.der the fsctit -? "^ : RAKB V1LL.4.S a: %  '' Tatura Waterway in :i.—* A.-ci Beach. FTcr.dA. BlUad -'] %  %  '• the seud =a-ue with the f :••• Rorwa, JACOB FF.:ET CL.4JRE FRIEI 1 GEORGE J TALLIN-FF > rmejr for App'.icaati 42a Lincoin Ro4 4 :-j-:-2a-x NOTICE TO CRED T 0 R S... OT IX THE COLNTT JTTDGES ..^" r IX AXD FOR DA7E >-Ol NTT. FLORIDA. — LN PROBATE, N* :-.":->: ESTATE OF SAM KALE* Deeoased. u ... To AU Cred.tcrs and -VL Fer*--.= %  ~r Ciauma or De s Again*! 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Even as a child among the He(Continued from Page 26) brews he had scarcely felt more at home. It was the debaucheries of the aristocrats, their contempt for justice, which oppressed him, choked him until he felt forced to flee to the clean pure air which his imagination expected to find among the Hebrews. The greater his disappointment to find that his imagination had only been feeding his own hopes and desires. The Hebrews themBest Wishes For A HAPPY SEASON Dade Paper & Bag Co. 144 N. E. 21st Street HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 9-5921 A. R. TILE, INC. Manufacturers of "CEMENT DECORATED FLOOR TILE" 2131 N.W. 8th Avenue Miami, Florida TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CLARK& LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 Wuhing and Polishing — LubricaJion — Batteriea — Tlree Mechanic on Duty Pick-Up and Delivery 71st Street Service Station C. A. MacDONALD SHELL SERVICE 3" 7Ut street Miami Beach Phones 6-9170—6-3747 TO ALL GREETINGS Western Meat Co. Inc. 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A throbbing chant breaking fiercely on the darkness of a heavy Nile night; the clean lines of a few individuals— Aaron, Joshua, Caleb, Miriam, Bezalel the self-instructed master craftsman; the tales of the Patriarchs still repeated and known; these were the tenuous threads of his hope. Perhaps the sparks might still be fanned to flame if only the right leader, the true word were sent. No, these were^mere fevers of his own dreams: Look at them now, as he approached the mortar pits!—the women bedaubed of cheek and eyelid with cheap clay tints in pathetic aping of the Egyptian ladies; the men nodding knowingly as they related details of the worship of the bull, proud to hint that they had seen and perhaps had a part in the wild celebrations. Who could ever make this rabble realize that their own substance was infinitely more precious than the Egyptian. What were the Egyptians, in truth? As he came closer to the pits he could discern the soldiers twirling their cudgels, prodding the laborers to greater effort. In the Theban school, little had ever been mentioned of the state laborers. Occasionally a professor would describe the ample food they received and praise the Pharaoh's mercy in providing for these cloddish nomads who would otherwise have starved in the desert. These comments were recived in uneasy silence. Even the cynical and haughty students realized that their comfort and imposing structures in which they gloried were based on coercion and misery. They would have preferred not to know of the hordes of nomads who were lured into state service to work as equals with Egyptians, only to find after a short time that the Egyptians were taskmasters, and they virtual slaves. Moses saw that the entire rotten structure of society battened on his miserable source, on these hordes of tricked slaves. The Hebrews were weak and might be made strong again, but the Egyptians were wicked. A perfect example was the taskmaster whom he could now clearly see thumping the huddled and whimpering form of Dathan. Drinking and desecrating in the name of their gods, these Egyptians, violating women, beating men, beating, chopping, slashing, hacking, whipping, beating. Moses strode through the fields purposefully, crushing grass and flowers in his path as his knuckles whitened on his cudgel. He knew what he had to do. SEASON'S GREETINGS KATZIF GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9700 Dr. and Mrs. MAURICE I. ROSE with HOWARD and DONALD With to Extend to All Their Friends Best Wishes For HAPPY PASSOVER BEST WISHES TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS M. N. LIPP PASSOVER GREETINGS Lnla Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. 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BRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1949 +Jewish fhridton Cantor S. Kelemer To Sing In Havana Cantor Samuel Kelemer of Temple Beth Sholom will appear ig a concert Sunday, April 17, in Havana, Cuba, under the auspices of the Histadruth Committee of that city. He will also be guest artist at the third annual Seder 0 f the local Labor Zionist Groups Saturday. April 16. The past month has been a very busy one for the cantor. He has sung at the Hadassah Regional convention recently held here and at the Hollywood and Ft. Laudcrdale Hadassah donor luncheons at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. He was guest artist at the annual Zionist dinner, where he chanted a special prayer his own composition, for the President and Vice President of the United States. Cantor Kelemer also conducted the model Seder for young adults at the Miami Beach Y, participated in affairs sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and delivered a lectuer on the development of the Hebrew folk song in commemoration of Jewish Music Mor.th. Now in his 23rd year as a liturgical singer, Cantor Kelemer was a child prodigy and has appeared throughout the world. He I is credited with starring in the first Yiddish talking picture. For the past four years he has served as cantor and musical director of Temple Beth Sholom. Recently the temple published his "Songster," a compendium of over 200 songs which he compiled in collaboration with A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Bureau of I Jewish Education. Cantor Kelemer is president of I the local Cantors Association, chairman of the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami, memI bership chairman and member of "GENE" Groover's Pharmacy 401 41st Street MIAMI BEACH JEWELS SILVER r WORKS OF ART furniture. Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach A. SCHORR, Representative Business Phone 58-1025 Residence Phone 5-2503 HAPPY PASSOVER WHOLESALE BUTCHERS J i! ELI. MAX and AL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY SUNSHINE BEAUTY SALON 523 St m Miami Beach PAGE SIXTEEN-C TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HARRY FINCHER. INC. OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-8704 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER H. W. II. Drew Company 281 2 Pon ce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-6156 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JOAN AND BEN COHEN And Daughter MARILYNDA 815 W. DiLido Miami Beach !: Cantor Samuel Kelemer the board of the Miami Bsach Zionist District and the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'r.lh and a member of the Zionist Youth Commission of Greater Miami. Last month Cantor and Mrs Kelemer celebrated their third wedding anniversary at which time all the cantors of the community were guests. Accompanying the cantor to Cuba will be his wife and Joseph Schreibman, his pianist. Mr. and Mrs. M. DRUCKER and Family "The Original Drucker" Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS •JACK T. SCANLAN CONCRETE MASONRY CONTRACTORS 1647 N.W. 7th Court 9-1297 901 N.E. 2nd Avenue 9-7902 PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM Your General Contractor GEO. I. MAURER 2509 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-6506 i i HOLIDAY GREETINGS MONSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, INC. WHOLESALE CIGARS AND CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5156 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS Day Phone 3-0819 Night Phone 7-7115 DADE Itl I I MslU Its FURNITURE SAND BLASTING & TROPICAL REFINISHING 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue B. D. BINDSCHADLER M. F. SCALES SAMUEL DUNST MORRIS BENGIS Tropical i t e s Cold Cathode Lighting NEON SIGNS 445 N. W. 54th St. MAWTENANCE Phone 7-2904 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND OUR BEST AND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER A. J. ULLIAN I usi o iiil>ili Furniture Mfg. Co. 100 NORTHEAST FORTIETH STREET TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE WALTER II. BECKHAM JUVENmE COURT 1 GREETINGS Phone 3-7108 Your Satisfaction Is Our Guarantee BERT'S BODY & PAINT SHOP BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS — WELDING BERT ALMYDA. Owner 24 N. E. 13th Street PASSOVER GREETINGS SEASON'S GREETINGS O'CONNOR, WELLER & COMPANY ^VESTMENT SECURITIES 248 Andalusia Ave. Coral Gables, Fla. Phone 4-1389 GREETINGS FRANK J. R00NEY GENERAL CONTRACTORS 5880 N. E. 4th Avenue Phone 7-6695



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ptnAY. APRIL 15, 1949 rJewistinoridrratn PAGE TWENTY-FIVE SINCERE HOLIDAYS SI GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBEHMAN 1021 Biarrita Drive PHONE 6-6811 MIAMI BEACH RABBIS TOUR NATION TO INTERPRET ORTHODOX JUDAISM DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N. E. First Avenue Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-3453 Greetings To Our Mur Jewish Friends and Patrons SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 62 S.W. Third Street PHONE 2-7664 GREETINGS TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 1200 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 2-5197 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court The Rabbinical Council of America, Yeshiva University, Hebrew Theological College and Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America in concerted action. First row—left to right: Rabbis Leo Jung, Israel Miller, Emanuel Rackman, David B. Hollander. Second row—Rabbis Herschel Schacter, Theodore L. Adams, Aaron Greenbaum, Solomon Sharfman. Third row—Rabbis Morris Berman, Samuel Chill, Benjamin Morgenstern, Jonah E. Caplan. Leading spokesmen of Orthodox Jewry are now touring the United Stales in a National Torah-Tour sponsored by the four Orthodos organizations to explain principles of Orthodoxy. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Electrolux Corporation 172 N. E. 40th Street PHONE 7-7502 TO ALL* A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY MR. AND MRS. HARRY ANGEL & ASSOCIATES Angel's Package Store & Bar 30 N. E. 14th STREET MIAMI 36, FLORIDA Telephone 9-3110 DOLLY DIMPLE GRILL DELICIOUS SANDWICHES PLATE LUNCH '503 N.W. 7th Aye. phon 2 9701 DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 200 Sunset Drive South *&<** A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WAGNER ELECTRIC CO. Phones 48-1751 — 4-7777 YOUR SATISFACTION — OUR PLEASURE 2192 S.W. 22nd Avenue Miami GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE W29 N. E. Second Avenue %  • JM113 Rabbis On Tour Warmly Received A warm reception is being accorded to the various delegations of rabbis on the National Torah Tour initiated recently by the Rabbinical Council of America, according to Rabbi Morns Max, the executive vice president of the Orthodox Rabbinic organization, which has 400 members holding pulpits in 40 states. "The reports coming in to our office," he said, "indicate that the smaller as well as the larger Jewish communities are vitally interested in an authoritative presentation of the principles of Orthodox Judaism. Members and worshippers of congregations visited by the rabbis have been writing to the Rabbinical Council commending the organization for this national undertaking. PASSOVER GREETINGS MR. & MRS. NATHANIEL J. KLEIN & FAMILY HOLIDAY GREETINGS I FRIDEN CALCULATORS 2500 Biaccryne Blvd. Continuous Courteous Service M. L. BAKER, Manager Phone 9-6429 FOR LOVELY FLOWERS. CORSAGES, CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS AT SENSIBLE PRICES University Flower Shop 3396 S.W. 22nd St. 48-0101 S. M. LOWRY Open Until 9 P. M. Delivery Service A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET, INC. Furniture Equipment Supplies Hotels Restaurants Institutions Clubs Miami Branch: 1100 N.E. SECOND AVE.. MIAMI 18. FLORIDA PHONE 3-0861 GREETINGS S. E. GIFFEN, Chairman of Board S. C. RAYMOND, Pres. D. E. GIFFEN. Vice Pre*. JOHN P. HUNTER. Sec y GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING — INSULATING — VENTILATING Manufacturers of CEMENT ROOFING TILE — SOLAR WATER HEATERS 236 ARAGON AVE. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA Phones: 4 1651 — 4-1652 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ALLAPATTAH STATE RANK 1316 N.W. 36th Street In the Heart of the Northwest Section • &>v-£te9JB?rW&



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%  rPlDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 +JmUlirkrMtom TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER LECHICH Florist 200 N. E. First Ave\ Ph. 3-6404 Roney Plaza Hotel Miami Beach Phone 5-6707 A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP "By the Railroad Track" Painting—Color Matching SEAT COVERS Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th Street PHONE 9-6546 Unto His Brethren (AH Passover a| figure of f materials, people. Th By JULIUS ROSENTHAL jgy^^^rt&j?^ ps &n Aft EmMe? Mlt-fSS^ilVl,,^ r ?-"nins their own position with g£ fSSET : '" %  Hebr6W r ""'" CollegVAwlB-h instluie 'of l"Xion a tn And it came to pass, in those days, when Moses was grown up. that he went out unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens; and he saw an Egyptian smiting a Hebrew, one of his brethren, and he looked this way and that way, and when he saw that there was no man, he smote the Egyptian, and hid him in the sand. (Ex. II,—11,12) Moses knew that Shelomith, to heat! PAGE NINETEEN wife of Dathan, the Hebrew foreman had not intended to excite her husband's Egyptian supervisor. But surely she must have realized that the sinuous curve of her body was tempting as she draped about her the fine-woven linen which the task-master brought her from the market oi Zoan, that the flash of white her lips framed as she tinkled her laughter would charm his bloou INVESTORS SYNDICATE duPont Building PHONE 82-7641 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. LOUIE BANDEL This ease, this softness with themselves and with others, had provided the sharpest disappointment to Moses upon his return to the Hebrews. Breaking off his studies at the Diplomat's School in Thebes, he had fled the rotting cynicism of his Egyptian and Syrian companions—never really his companions—to live among these sweaty laborers. Vaguely remembered stories had drawn him thither; stories told by his stepmother Jochebed and by Miriam and by Aaron, with whom he had lived as a brother. How his memory had thrilled, even as he had watched the obscene Egyptian orgies, to those tales of the Patriarchs, men hard as the austere God they worshipped above all other gods! And now to find this softness among the Hebrews! They had foregone their glory for the beer and beef and wish which Pharaoh supplied so plentifully to all state laborers. They had sold Abraham for cucumbers. Here and there he could perceive traces of the spirit for which he thirsted. Aaron and Miriam had forgone the higher positions to which their education entitled them in order to remain and work among the people. Joshua and Caleb were likely lads. But the mass were—like Dathan. The husband of the violated woman had come administered to relieve his chagrin at having been clawed and bitten by the unwilling woman. A descendant of Abraham—and he bared his fat body, displaying the welts and bruises with sick eagerness, fawning like a dog upon the young aristocrat who had spent his childhood among the Hebrews, begging him to come to the mortar pits so that he might see for himself the Egyptian's cruelty. They were true slaves, cringing before their masters. Moses knew that he was no son of the masters. But was he a brother of the slaves? His very gait portrayed agitation. The long and swinging Phone 34859 CHARRON WILLIAMS Commercial College 804 N.E. Second Avenue Mary Williams. B. S.. Director Miami, Florida GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL WESLEY E. GARRISON i Best Wishes For a Very HAPPY PASSOVER SINCERE WISHES FOR THE PASSOVER II. EARNEST OVERSTREET AND ASSOCIATES OF THE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LOUIS UIIXKII; 622 15th STREET MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SEE CR EAGER PIANO CO. FOR NEW PIANOS — IVERS & POND JANSSEN POOLE SPINETS GRANDS CONSOLES Tuning—Specialists in Repairing, Rebuilding. Reflnishing 2264 Coral Way Phone 48-1306 DYLAN ROUT and Family MIAMI BEACH HI GREETINGS R. C. Fleeman Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association Pan American Bank Bldg. MIAMI, FLA. GREETINGS GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY • JOHNS MANVILLE ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION • 2119 N.W. 22nd Street Phone 9-4842 (Continued on Page 26) SINCERE WISHES ior A Most Happy Passover Mr. and Mrs. SHEPARD BROAD AND FAMILY GREETINGS FROM HAROLD'S MARKET 1216 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9691 1 i < HAPPY PASSOVER. TO ALL TELEPHONE 2-7937 Dadc Marbl & Tile Company Contractors for MARBLE, TILE* AND TERRAZZO 1235 N.W. 4th STREET MIAMI. FLA. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL SOUTHERN APPLIANCES, INC. "MIAMI'S FOREMOST APPLIANCE STORE" 136 N. E. First Street Phone 9-2493 I TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER V. J. HOECIIERL COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 2047 North Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621 PASSOVER GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Builders Contractors 236 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067 MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MARGARET ANN Super Markets TAMPA. FLORIDA



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PAGE THIRTY *j€lstfkridi3ri %  %  FRIDAY. APRIL IS. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER %  I S C A T M 1 L A l \ D R Y "Put Your Lmndfi nd Clean ••.: ProWewJ H Our HmeV 231 11th Street Miami Beach P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick • Tanks • Traps and Regulator 311 Mendoxa Avenue Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 P=a 82-5782 H HAPPY HOLIDAY Southeastern Terminal and Steamship Company 28 S.W. Fourth Street Phone 3-0816 Private Terminal Operators and Forwarders MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FRED ARNOLD BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 1006 Fifth Street • Miami Beach Jarrett Coffee Company Roaster? and Packers of COFFEE AND TEAS Ml N. W. Tenth Stieet Phone 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 2-9457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TTRES 1504 N. Bayshore Drive Miami, Florida BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Q.: What is the derivation of the word "Maixoh?" A • Matzoh." the name given .1 form of bread eaten MI Pass :•' have its origin in -r.e of two .... R from the Hebn w root rung to suck out." This nol n may t* based on the fact Matzoh has the look o. ?:ra:r.ed out" bread when com; with the usual type of ad It may alsc come a H-1 rew r t meaning I i I press fa 1 Matzoh appears as "uatr squeezed out" bread. In hr.e wil I th< -* two -. tiona. it is easy to un why the Bible EIL BERK and Associates Realtors MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL TOWERS HOTEL 332 SX. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-7611



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PAGE EIGHTEEN +JeisHhrldiati FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1949 1 I ; • • • 1 • 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Up-to-Daie Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. 5th Ave. 2-4072 i Extends PASSOVER GREETINGS GREETINGS JUDY HARMON OF NEW YORK BEAUTY SALONS MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 848 Washington Are. At 9th Street Phone 5-9545 National Hotel Ocean at 17th St Phone 58-3811 PASSOVER GREETINGS For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BARNES CAST STONE SHOP 262 N. E. 54th St. Ph. 7-0314 TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES Acolite \*on Sign Co. 410 S. W. 3rd Ave. PHONE 2-5334 By WALTER DUCKAT As a career counselor in a Jewish Agency, it is part of my job with hundreds of young men and women, and their parents, to help them select a career which thev will enjoy and in which I they will advance. Often, the occupations that my cliens select require a college education and even post-graduate work. Without a college degree, you cannot become a physician, dentist, lawyer, clergyman, engineer, accountant, chemist or hold ar. important job in most other pro^nal occupations. Many young people needlessly waste time, money, and effort and suffer from great emotior.al strain because they select the wrong, ;e or course. In the past few years getting admitted to any college was something of an accomplishment. | The G.I. B:ll of Rights made it jsible for more than a million veterans to get a college educai tion, many of' whom otherwise I would have found it financially mp ssible. Improved economic :-...•. r.s also led many families to send their children off to college who a few years ago could \ r. >t have done so. Both of these factors helped to swell the ennent of the approximately 1,-1 800 colleges in this country to the overflow point. One of my clients applied to 23 colleges before he j found a school that had room for him. According to surveys through-; out the country, while college enrollment is still extraordinarily high, the peak seems to have been reached. A slow decrease in enrollment has begun in some areas. In the very near future, as the enrollment of veterans declines. it will again be possible for young men and women with superior ability to select the college of their first choice with a reasonable hope of acceptance. Many people are baffled as to how to select the best college for their needs. The selection of a college is often a family matter with different members of the family having varying opinions. David often feels that an important thing about a college is its football tear;: or that a fraternity : ther is also attending there. Ruth may be overly concerned by th< ial life prevailing at the college of her choice. Mother wants to be assured that the food and quarters are satisfactory and that her offspring's personal I its will be supervised. Father. with an uneasy eye on his bank account, wants to send the children to a college within his means and where the training will lead to "tachlis." Jewish parents have additional i worries. Their children still have Mo cope with the vexing problems jof college quotas for Jews. Later. 1 I when they seek employment, they still contend with discriminatoryhiring practices of some firms. Wise Jewish parents recognize that an understanding of the Jewish pa.-t and present and (participation in Jewish comrr.un| al problems and social activities can lead to the max:-.;--, ad-, justment of their children. They will, therefore, encourage then: children to participate in Jewish activities or. the college campus. Informed B'nai B'rith members know of the splendid work :n I regard performed by Hillel in 191 colleges throughout the country. The final choice of a college %  a compound of a family s financial capacity, the prestige a college enjoys, its social and • r.omic advantages the ipplicaM scholastic record, and finally. •..-.decision of the college admission! board. The social rating :f a ,and its traditions often play a large part with many families. Many colleges reflect the social and economic status of its students and its alumni. For example, our "Four Hundred" have sent their sons and daughters to the same colleges for generations but there is much besides senti: n-.ental attachment and prestige I in selecting a college with a good reputation. Failure to select wisely has frequently led to unfor| tunate results. Assuming David or Ruth's high school record demonstrates that I he or she can benefit from a college education what is the best way of selecting a good college? When should they ask for this help? If their high school has a college advisor, thev should consult him early as to the requirements for college admission. If they postpone their college planning too long they may discover that they lack the right credits to be admitted to any school. Another good source of information is the colleges themselves. Many colleges send their representatives to the high schools for consultation. Additional sources of information are college bulletins and directories such as Good's Guide to Colleges, Universities and Professional Schools in the U.S., and Lovejoy's Complete Guide to American Colleges and Universities. Among the valuable facts about a college you will find in this hand book is whether the college belongs to certain approved professional groups indicative of its standing as a college. You may also learn much about a college by talking to its graduates. Recommendations of alumni also carry considerable weight with many college boards. In addition, it is helpful to talk with students of the college who may be living in your community. They may give you valuable inSEASON'S GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVING CO., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 It Is With Pleasure That I Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To all my Friends and Acquaintances O. B. WHITE 46 N. W. First Street PHONE 2-4010 RICHTEH'S JEWELRY CO., Inc. 160 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-2197 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER n. TO OUR MANY FRIERS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Clark It. Parker Distributor 'TOM'S TOASTED PEANUTS" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches 'Musical Instruments Repaired' BOUGHT and SOLD Distributor for Dampp-Chaser 507 N. W. Miami Court PHONE 3-5221 GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers "Say It with Flowers "t Sey It with Ours" •21 S. W. 1st St Phone 2-3773 formation about the school. Some organizations such as Kiwanis, the Rotary and YMHA, as well as county agricultural agents may also furnish you with information about colleges. The B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau with group guidance consultants operating in most of the principal cities of the country also provides this service as well as general career information. The wise student will make certain that his grades are good I have interviewed many young men and women of superior intelligence who had trouble finding a college to accept them because their high school record was only average. They had not realized the importance of securing good grades. With competition being what it is today, schools can pick from the cream of the crop. Many parents often ask, "which is preferable, a small or large college?" Of the approximately 1.800 colleges and universities in America, only 1,200 are accredited. Some have fewer than 200 students while other universities have as many as 40,000 and more. Both the small and large schools have advantages and disadvntages. The larger colleges can usually afford to pay for top notch faculty. Their library, laboratories and other equipment are apt to be larger and better than those of smaller and poorer schols. There are many more majors to choose from at a large school. Large schools often have famous football teams which may add to their prestige. The employment service of a large college, since they have more alumni, usually has more contacts to help place their students than small institutions. Finally, the large college is considered to be less snob-ridden than some of the small distinguished colleges who cater chiefly to the sons of the rich and well favored. The number of Jewish students and Jewish cultural religious and social activities are apt to be greater at a large college. Because large colleges are usually situated in large urban centers, they are generally more liberal in character and offer a greater opportunity for Jewish cultural and social activities. The small college, however, has certain advantages. Because of its small size it is ofen possible to know the faculty and students more intimately. Although they may possess less money than their bigger, brother institutions, within the limits of their means they frequently provide a more personal, individualized instruction. There are more graduates of smaller colleges in Who's Who than there are of larger colleges. Socially, too, small schools offer more advantages for some. For the shy boy or girl the small school is an easier place to make friends while in a large school, he may easily get "lost." In choosing a college, you ought to know something about what your own educational plans are. and which school or schools can best serve you. Most schools can be grouped into three types academically: 1. Those colleges or universities which assume that many of their graduates will continue their education in professional schools. Examples are Columbia, Harvard and University of Chicago. Schools in this group place great emphasis upon academic studies. Their requirements and pace are usually pretty stiff. 2. Those colleges where most of their students stop their formal training upon graduation. These schools offer less abstract or theoretical courses and more practical courses, useful upon graduation. Courses at these schools are generally as hard as type one. 3. Colleges, universities or technical schools where the fouryear course completes the education of all of the students. Frequently, skills useful in the occupational world are emphasized. GREETINGS C. H. LYNE Foundry and Machine Company (not inc.) Established 1904 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 34481 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Jr. TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER Dnnlop Leather Goods Store "If It's Leather, We Have It" ZIPPERS REPAIRED REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS 108 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5475 PASSOVER GREETINGS C. RAY MARTIN PLUMBING St HEATING 1446 Alton Rood, Miami Beach Phene 5-3700 RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT IN A BLUE AND GRAY CAB PHONE 2-4141 i A Most Happy Passover To All Our Friends and Patrons ED STONE FOX BRAKE SERVICE 2626 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-5530 • HANCOCK Refrigeration Co. "FRIGIDAIRE DEALER" Soles and Service 3837 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone 7-7276 H. C. HANCOCK, Prop. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER • SHAW BROS. OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pure Oil Company Product* in SouthEastern Florida



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PAGE THIRTY-SIX vjewist ffcridFian FRIDAY, APRH l 5l 1349 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL W. D. BOREAUX TO ALL GREETINGS ALFRED C COIJRIC LATE CARS — RENTALS PHONE 2-1672 745 N.E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER FOREST E. WITHERS, INC. DRUGS — LUNCHES "IN THE HEART OF MIAMI" 244 N. E. 1st Avenue Miami • WEST1NGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY We have served over 75.000 customers during the past two years. There's a reason." 40 WESTINGHOUSE MACHINES COMPLETE DRYING SERVICE 1529 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-9545 GREETINGS CHALKER CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 343 S. W. N. River Drive PHONE 82-7604 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER DOUVA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SERVICE CO. USED RESTAURANT HOTEL KITCHEN and BAR EQUIPMENT Bought — Sold and Traded 1119 N. E. FffiST AVENUE PHONE 3-2887 GREETINGS ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY 215 CIVIC BUILDING MIAMI 32. FLORIDA Passover Message Bv HENRY MORGENTHAU. JR. General Chairman, United Jewish Appeal At this Passover season, when we commemmnratc the Exodus of our people from Egypt, we are faced with a stirring re-enactment of history. For 1949 is again a vear of Exodus for the Jewish people—Exodus from the miserable D.P. camps ar.d the ruined cities of Europe, escape from poverty and oppression in the countries of North Africa. This is the year of Jewish homecoming. More than 25.000 homeless Jews are entering Israel each month. A minimum of 250.000 will enter during 1949. The new Jewish state, despite military and economic problems, is bending every effort to welcome this great immigration—an immigration that amounts to an increase of one-third of the population of the country in the space of a single year. But this vast influx of newcomers carries with it obligations which the Jews of Israel cannot meet unaided. More than 50,000 new immigrants in Israel are at this moment living in crowded reception centers, and many thousands of them are living in tents. Thev are living under the open skv because of the lack of fund.* to provide them with decent housing. We in America, through the S250.000.000 campaign of the I United Jewish Appeal, can and must supplv the necessary funds. Our generosity must prevent the transfer of the atmosphere of the D.P. camps to the soil of Israel. We must provide adequate food and clothing and shelter for the newcomers. The three agencies of the United Jewish Appeal—the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the United Service for New Americans—are linked together in making possible the homecoming of hundreds Of thousands of our people this vear. Through the Joint Distribution Committee we must provide for transportation and other assistance in the emigration of the great numbers that are streaming towards the land of their dreams. We must also maintain the program of rehabilitation for those who remain behind, whether in Eastern Europe or in North Africa. The funds of the United Palestine Appeal, through the Jewish Agency for Palestine, must take care of the enormous tasks of receiving, caring for and absorbing the newcomers to Israel. For those who come to the United States, and it is expected that 25.000 Jewish refugees will reach these shores in 1949. the United Service for New Americans must provide assistance to speed their integration. Now. when the gates of Israel are wide open, we have before us the greatest opportunities ever given to any generation of Jews to end for all time the homelessness of the great masses of our people. American Jewry has always given a good account of itself in dealing with its responsibilities to its fellow Jews throughout the world. I know that it will dedicate itself with the greatest devoted to the United Jewish Appeal again this year. We have within our reach the prospect of a new era in which most of our fellow Jews will be helped to become self-sustaining and free from misery and suffering. I feel confident that when we next celebrate Passover, we shall be able to do so in the bright atmosphere of fulfillment and revival. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER y "THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH" PLASTERING BY D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO. 450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI PHONE 89-6924 HOLIDAY GREETINGS WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT Accountants arid Auditors Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-6393 GREETINGS RUSS SEIFERTH PLUMBING, HEATING AND GAS PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE 2145 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 82-2785 SEASON'S BEST WISHES BILL BURBRIDGE YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Joseph II. Clayton REGISTERED BROKER Real Estate Sales Rentals 7501 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4.346s GREETINGS PETER'S SMOKED FISH CAPT. BILL PETER 1 N. W. 71st Street M^ TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Nationally Famous SEAFOOD Also CHICKEN — STEAK — CHOPS Open Every Day From 11:30 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M. OPEN ALL SUMMER EDITH and FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-5830 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER J. A. MEACHAM SINCLAIR REFINING CO. "BE SURE TO SEE YOUR DEALER FOR QUALITY PRODUCTS" SEASON'S GREETINGS... GLEASON'S BAKERY Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1732-36 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies. Cakes and Sweet Rolls Best Wishes To All On Your Holidays y If It's Steel—We Can Put It Up' Florida Erecting Co* 6246 S. W. 12th St. Phone 4-9871 MIAMI



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p,m AY. APRIL 1 5, 1949 ^Jewistncridlan PAGE FIFTEEN Proceeds To Go To Israel Proceeds from the games party sponsored by the DOV chapter of Mizrachi Women recently will be sent to Israel in the form of Mois Chitem for Passover needs, according to an announcement from Mrs. Rose Portes and Mrs. Samuel WiJchyk, chairman and cochairman. XEfUSE SUBSTITUTES: Pictured are the new officers of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, who were installed recently at Erving's Restaurant. They are (Mated L to r.) Ernest E. Harris, treasurer; Alvin Budner, Gershon S Miller, first vice president; Irving Cypen, monitor; A. Budd Cutler, president: Mike Sussman, second vice president; Hal Kaye, recording secretary; (standing L to r.) David R. Moldan. trustee; Sam Kessler, trustee; Howard Levine. assistant monitor; Arthur J. Stern, warden; William Hersbrun, trustees; Harvey L. Brant, trustee; Arnold Wilpon, financial secretary; Irvin Kali, trustee; Mel Benner, trustee. Not in the photograph is Seymour Brenner, trustee. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC. 950 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 89-1661 gUNEj 'DAIRK ADL Publishes Rights Pamphlet Publication of "Civil Rights: Barometer of Democracy," a new Freedom Pamphlet, by President Edward J. Sparling of Roosevelt College, has been announced by Leonard L, Abess, advisory board and executive committee chairman. Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League. Dr. Sparling's pamphlet, published bv the Anti-Defamation League "of B'nai B'rith in cooperation with the American Education Fellowship, examines America's past performances in the area of civil rights, emphasizing the many grave shortcomings still to be overcome. Dr. Sparling is the founder and first president of Roosevelt College, which has won renown for its lack of "quota" restrictions and the equality of educational opportunity it provides to students of all races and creeds. The new publication in the ADL Freedom Pamphlet series analyzes in detail the four principal areas of civil rights highlighted in the report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights. These are the right to equality of opportunity, now violated by widespread practices of discrimination in employment, education and housing, and by numerous forms of social segregation; the right to safety and security of person, now frequently endangered by lynchings, police brutality, and race riots; the right to citizenship and its privileges, now denied to Japanese-Americans, and by means of the poll tax, to Negroes; and the right to freedom of conscience and expression, now increasingly threatened by attacks on persons holding "unpopular" opinions. To insure the full realization of civil rights. Dr. Sparling argues the need for both a legislative and a broad educational program. He urges passage of fair employment practices bills, anti-lynching and anti-poll tax bills, and the abolition of college quota systems. The long-range educative program must be aimed at the roots of prejudice, which lie at the base of the overt denial of civil rights, he declares. This involves more and better education, designed to foster wholesome intergroup attitudes among our children. There must also be a "functional" government attack on the problem of civil rights, says Dr. Sparling, in the form of better social and economic conditions in housing, education, employment, and public health. As citizens find greater economic and social security, the less likely will they be to seek scapegoats, to follow blatant demagogues, and to be ruthless toward minority groups in competing for the-essentials of life, he declares. Copies of this pamphlet are available at cost price of 25c each at the Florida Anti-Defamation League office, 330 Seybold Building, telephone 3-6306. 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PAGE THIRTY-TWO +Jelsiiricridton FRIDAY, APRIL 15, i !•( The Newest Tenant On Diplomat's Row Bv CONRAD WOLFSON (Editor's Note: Miss Rita Grossman, who is mentioned in this column is the former news editor of The Jewish Floridian and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman of this city.) "Diplomat's row" between Fifth and Sixth Avenue on East Seventieth Street has an "old-new" tenant. Standing next to the Asia Society building is the greystone mansion formerly owned by the Vanderbilt-Smith family which harbors these young ancients. The number is 11 East 70th Street. The occupants' names, graver, on a bronze plaque, are "The Israeli Consulate General and Israel: Mission to the United Nations." The plaque is fixed to the wall by rivets in the shape of Mogen Dovids. While the traditions of the people whose affairs the Consulate handles in the City of New York are ancient, the executors of these affairs are far from ancient in age or outlook The attractive blonde receptionist personifies the youth and warmth of the new Jewish state in hei greeting to comers, who are received with a dazzling srr.:le and a slightly accented 'yes"" One unused to hearing Hebrew spoken fluently outside .' a synagogue would be f:r=: start]* then amazed, then curious tc a telephone answerer! :r : %  made in that tongue. That u I language the receptionist a: the Israeli Consulate uses in hunting down those in whom callers are interested. It is even more curious to see her write notes on what is being said over the phone in Hebrew, in both the ancient Hebrew script and modern English characters. The calm air of the receptionist belies the tense activity going PASSOVER GREETINGS Ideal Florists 161 N.E. 79th Street PHONE 7-4291 on in the other parts of the Israeli Consulate. There is always an air of tense excitement in a place being newly set up. And the hand-printed temporary .signs on doors saying "push or puu in Hebrew and English show Uiai things are not yet completely set. The bright red carpeting on the marble winding staircase heightiene the effect of excitement The first floor—just above the basement housing the supply room and the now unused luxurious kitchen of the former occupants —bustles with people seeking to delve deeper into the cause of this excitement—th state of Israel Some wan: to go to Israel Xnd this first Door is the one with -.he office where they must apply for visas to the new state. They are immigrants, businessmen", adventurers, and curiosity seekers. Mounting the red-carpeted marble stairs to the second floor. .: the offices of the central figures in this house of hustle and ustle. On this floor -.-.the offices of probably the most important representaI jf Israel in the United States Arthur Lourie, Consul General and direct it the Israeli UN affice and Aubrey Eban. head of the Israeli at the UN. ----word "Mission" will be re;-.-: :y -Delegation" when Israel has taken r.er ng.-.tful place ng ". -member nations of the : ganization. The third floor of the Consullate leads to the research departImer.t which serves those of the 2.000.000 Jews of New York City who are interested in the fate and fortunes of the new state. The research department is an adjunct of the office of the Director of Information. The official in charge is I. L. Kenen. Canadian-born former journalist, and. like the majority of those at the Consulate, formerly with the Jewish Agency, He is assisted—and he admits "she practically runs the place"—by pert Miss Rita Grossman. "Practically runs the place" an understatement. She is a fountainhead of information about the Consulate, both official and informal. Miss Grossman is known to all and knows everyone at the Consulate. Her attitude toward the place and her work is typical of that of the entire staff of youthful "diplomats" who handle Israel's international and public relations in New York. The staff, from the lowest to the highest, are imbued with the importance of their task. To them these are not jobs—they are fighting for a cause The entire office staff is proud of the designation given it by Foreign Minister Moshe Sharet at the time of the fight for partition in the United Nations General Assembly. They had all worked until the success of a partition vote was assured, it was 1 a.m. The Prime Minister came upon the staff—tired and exhausted, but still excitedly discussing the vote. He said: "When the history of the Jewish state is written you will be called the stokers o'f the furnace of Israel. These are vouthful stokers. The oldest is Dr. Jacob Robinson, who heads the legal department of the Consulate and Mission on the fifth floor. He is in his middle 50"s. Mr. Eban is 34, the youngest UN delegate, and the other officials are between 30 and 50. Shelves in most of the departments are still largely bare. It was enthusiasm from outside the Consulate which provided these shelves. The cases which hold them and all of the furniture in the Consulate H^s donated by those interested in the success of the new state. All of the furnishings were provided through the generosity of American Jewry. As Mr. Kenen remarked while admiring his desk: "Do you think the Jewish state could afford a desk like this?" The eyes of staff members light up when they talk about what people think of the Consulate. The luxurious voluntarily-donated furnishings are one tangible sign of how highly outsiders regard the Consulate and its work. 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FOR PICNICS, PARTIES, RELAXIN' AT HOM1 Miller Asks Support For Cancer Drive Oscar F. Miller, chairman of the drive for memberships now being conducted bv the American Cancer Society and Dade County Cancer Institute, revealed yesterday that there is more enthusiasm in the fight against cancer this year than ever before. "The age adjusted cancer death rate for women," Miller said, "actually has begun to decrease, and the rate of increase in deaths among men has slowed down in recent years." The signs that the battle against cancer is being won are not just wishful thinking. Miller asserted. They are facts backed by carefully compiled medical statistics. He added that credit for this hopeful trend goes chiefly to the campaign of public education which has been financed by contributions to the American Cancer Society and to expansion of facilities for the detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. "But," Miller warned, "don't let the trend lull you into a sense of false security. The battle against cancer hasn't been won finally and completely." "Cancer still is one of the most dangerous threats that hangs over our lives. The chances are one in six that it will strike you or me at some time in our lives. It's true that age-adjusted cancer death rate for women--and note that that's the cancer death rate, not the total number of cancer deaths—is going down. But the total number of cancer deaths, among both men and women, was the greatest last year of any time in our history." Miller pointed out a stratling fact: at least three, probably as many as five, of every ten cancer deaths that occur every year could be prevented. Cancer is not hopeless as many people think. Miller said that doctors declare about "half the people cancer strikes can be cured if they get the chance to start treatment early enough. Thousands of cases of cancer are being cured every year. A fact that is little known generally is that cancer is one of the greatest killers of children Miller continued. As a cause of death it has climbed from fifth place Bob Miller and Ray Atkins, students at Miami Edison High School, recently won the third annual Dade County high school debate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in the Pan American room of the Columbus Hotel. Subject of the debate was: "Resolved: That President Truman's Civil Rights Program Should Be Enacted Into Law By Congress." The winners represented the affirmative side. Accompanied by the debate coach, Hugh Allsworth, the winners who took the trophy from the Miami Senior High School, last year's winners, will receive an all expense trip to Washington, D. C. .„. While in the capital they will be entertained bv Senator Spessard Holland and Representative George Smathers and officers of the lodge. They will visit Mount Vernon, Arlington cemetery, the National Art Gallery and other major points of interest. Judges for the final contest, in which 35 students from five high schools took part, were Donald Sprague, of the faculty of the University of Miami; Dante Fascell, Miami attorney and Ed Resnick, an outstanding debater of the University of Florida. Representing the negative team were Beverly Vennum and Dolores Tharp of Miami Jackson High. MIAMI: 2637 N. Miami Ave. 645 N.W. 13th St. 71 N.W. 14th St. 2501 S.W. 16th Ter. 7520 N.E. 4ih Court Hollywood: 2200 Jackson St. Fort Lauderdale: 203 N.W. 2nd AreWest Palm Beach: Charlotte St. ana Okeechobee Road IN SPECIAL PACKAGES AT Breedings Hollywood Store Weinkles Liquor Stores 1711 AlKuM. ** 8525 Biscayn. in 1936 to first place today on the list of seven so-called child diseases, which include polio, diphtheria and scarlet fever. "Nevertheless," he said, "the tide in the battle against cancer is being turned. 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PB1DAY, APRIL 15, 1949 Capital Spotlight +Jewlst fhr/Jf^r PAGE TWENTY-ONE a WASHINGTON—More than 1,200 Jewish leaders leaned forward in their chal [ m Washington's Shoreham Hotel, awaiting a transcribed message from Dr. rhaim Weizmann, president of Israel AH was silent and the ascpmblace grew tense. Then the Sable; somebody said, "Nu?" The seriousness and decorum of t he National Rededication Conference of the United Jewish Apoeal gave wav to thunderous laughter. But when Dr. Weizmann's voice was heard, everyone became silent once more. They listened with almost reverent devotion to his every word. Many such sidelights added spice to an otherwise serious and gigantic task, that of raising $250 000,000. Rare stories are told at such meetings, frequently offthe-rccord. Here are some anecdotes of the recnt conference which should bcome classics. "The Israeli Government has a program of encouraging births," said Moshe Sharett, Foreign Minister of Israel. And everybody howled. When the laughter subsided, the diplomatic Sharett said that perhaps he had better change the statement to: "The Israel Government has a program of discouraging infant mortality." Sharett told UJA leaders that some European governments were so sure that Israel would be crushed by the Arabs and its people driven into the Mediterranean that they had actually discussed "quotas" for Israeli refugees from Israel. He declined to name the governments because they have now officially recognized Israel and maintain friendly relations. However, a lot of people commented that the whole idea somehow smelled of Bevin. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the UJA and ex-Secretary of the Treasury, provided many laughs as master of ceremonies at the conference's principal session. He said that Foreign Minister Sharett had whispered to him in the lobby that Eliezer Kaplan, Israeli Finance Minister, "was sitting on the edge of his seat waiting for results." When almost $27,000,000 in cash was brought in on the last day of the conference to launch the drive, Kaplan at last sat back and relaxed. Morgenthau revealed that David Ben Gurion, Israeli Premier, was once actually worrying American military intelligence officers. He said the officers were "quaking in their boots" for fear of Ben Gurion and the "threat" he represented to Middle East oil This brought a big laugh. Mrs. Ben Gurion once saved Morgenthau from a cross-examination by a Communist newspaperman. Morgenthau told UJA leaders how this occurred It seems that Morgenthau was holding a press conference for Israeli reporters at the end of his visit to Israel last fall. When he said "Israel could become a hard core of resistance to Communism," he was set upon by a reporter from an unimportant left-wing newspaper. Mrs. Ben Gurion seized the Red reporter by the lapel, and to the amazement of all, New York brought tears to many eyes when he spoke, paying high tribute to Sharett. He praised Sharett's statesmanship, diplomacy, restraint, and good judgment. He said, "Mr. Foreign Minister, let me express my admiration and the admiration of every Jew in America." Sharet was conspicuously overcome by emotion as he arose and grasped Lehman's hand. The applause was deafening. Members of the hotel staff later said it was probably the greatest ovation they had ever heard in the banquet hall. A man who had not yet completely mastered English diction, Levi Eshkol, Israeli chief of agricultural settlement, made perhaps the most stirring address of simply told him, "You leave my the conference. His eloquence Henry Morgenthau alono was expressed in terms of human TO JEWRY EVERYHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP, Inc. 320 S. W. 2nd Arenue PHONE 48-1731 SEASON'S GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE 1561 S. W. 8th Street AMERICAN AWNING CO. Ban C. LaPointe, Owner PHONE 9-7801 'Anything that's made of Canvas" 571 N. W. S. River Dr. KUBBY HOUSE RESTAURANTS IN N. 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