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The Jewish Floridian ( March 24, 1950 )

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ibdfewiislfcUEIliDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 23—NUMBER 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS leforrci Rabbis Suggest That Judaism Support Israel lecome Active Missionary Religion *P !" ker Urges riMCINNATL (JTA)—Suggestions that Judaism again be* ** CWry „ scn active missionary religion, as it was in the prert £?2E2?.A e dleSS S -* ome en u-" r* .cities where 8D.OO0 newcomers to hristian era, were made this week at the opening of a Israel are now living as -the ..dcv Institute on Reform Jewish Theolcqy, held at the ; cancer spots" of the new nation. to United at it is vine sanction, but a suggested _! responsibility of the American ,, 6S 7r Jewish community to finance the guide that can be used by rabbis immigration and absorption of Rsbbi F '•' I—erman. chairman j^d congregations to bring order refugees in Israel, f the tost tut .; ,n £^ n u *'J Jof out of chaos and offer a compre-' Mrs. Lawrence last summer bbi brat ...-••%  hensiveand practical means for traced Israel's major immigration congregati n m the British, days and festivals, that will serve the tent cities of Israel. mp:r : UNMM ^ to further the sanctification of; "Conditions in these tent cities fcfhe oresent one from reliGod and lhe sanctification of life.", are horrible," she said. "There may he emphasized. Rabbi Roland | are as many as 20 persons living e Unit Tve prepared studies for this nstitute. Judaism Appeal Lists Pledges Of $1,045,181; Final Report Meet Sunday Pledges of S43.494 were turned in at the fourth report meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Monday night at Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. This sum brought the total" to SI,045,181, or 70 per cent of the goal of Sl.481.146. Speakers at the meeting were Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, New York advertising woman working withe United Jewish Appeal, and overlooking the Arab city of Louis Schwartzman, executive diNazareth during 1937. at the time rector of the Bureau of Jewish of the Arab-Jewish riots. Her l]" S ir converts and it [ Gittelsohn of Long Island stressed fa one tBi._ And hot lin^ for Education. Schwartzman described 1 work there gave her an intimate ,_ ; familiarity with the day-to-day _uld accept readily any prose-| that he does not believe a ; everything 560 children died of bu ^ a '^' work" in TuServ^slne "„. P robIerns f Jewish life" in PalKTwho come to it with a, Shulkhan Arukh for Reform Jew-; exposure this winter." ^w *^j n SU £[ V -> !" Ll~ 1 e desire to give it their | ish practice is either feasible or I Mrs. Lawrence revealed that levotion." Rabbi Mattuck said, possible. there are now 800.000 Jews in abbi Albert S. Goldstein of schools. He disclosed that there estine. In 1946. Mrs. Shulrr.an worked remont Temple New York %  reed with Rabbi Mattuck. f'More than all." he said, "we must Dfopaga'.i' Judaism through active |p%  ;. % %  idaisn is no mere %  tribal cultIt is a universal faith." Advocating the preparation of North Africa who desire to go to "a kind of a Shulkhan Arukh." in Israel. "They are anxious to get order to give a central unity to the' away from the filth and degradadiversity that now characterizes tion in which they are forced to Reform Jewish life, were Prof, live." she revealed. "In every Sam Sandmel of Vanderbilt UniNorth African city there is a | versify and Rabbi Jacob P. Rubin 'mellah' in which Jews live in of Long Island. "I believe that a primitive squalor. lorm jews, mere *>n*ip ""SPme time t0 be so wr itten as to "LT, ,u KT... ,"" -, „^Hlr ierence of pinion. Rabb. Solomon allQW for fte freedom and con hat they bu> from a peddler P ; p '' tsb, i r g h .a for mer t inuine development which are ^ e cant ..i et P^ pl ? m that president of the Central Conthe keynote of dynamic Reform physical condition into Israel, yet VMC* : American Rabbis, opJewish faith a-d prac Uce," Rabbi, l l S"Je necessary for Israels -_ th< awing up of any code %  Rubin argued Prof Sandmel was security that they do. Surrounded f prac:: "\\ e Reform Jews. „* 31 „-;-;,,ty, at ••eta-riarri by Moslem countries as it is. of the opinion that "a standard by |of prac: he stated, should be confident £J ViTuaT'obserCance. "consistent Israel is in need of as many storng [with regard to our form of wi h ethics and consist ent with citizens as it can get. Judaism .'• •: are developing new tne is nee d e dthat onlv as Hence, the Joint Distribution custom: :u-nting with new R e f orm 'j ews will cultivate" inCommittee is confronted with the tyoes irgy. We should not ward i y outward svmbols of reliproblem of rehabilitating these yet BUI the faith in our ious eX p re ssion," can Reform people before they can be adgrowth b;. pessimistically codifyJudaism be a vivid and personal mitted to the country. at practice Our experi ence to Reform Jews." First they are sent to France. not worth codifying The statement to be issued at where thev are kept until thev is not enough even the conc i usion of t he Institute are ready to become an asset and •piest or bhulKwjll re p reS ent merely the views not a liability to Israel. Treatof the rabbis participating. It ment continues and they are Tak.: ppsite view. Rabbi will commit neither the Central taught trades. Silverman of Duluth. Conference of American Rabbis -'Children are the motive of Minnes id that he believes nor any other group. The concluTsr ael Mrs. Lawrence disclosed. &f W ^ %  *t til ^ I _* I _. T _& K4 It* t* A *II t 1 1 ^* *-. I to mi lhan A • 'desperate need" for a sions of the as a guide to Republished. Institute will be I Jewish Social Service Bureau Subject I Of Survey; Zelditch Here To Direct "and life them.' there centers about itch, director of Mrs. Anne Zelditch. Serving on k C.uncil of Jewish' the committee, composed of Welfare Funds represen t a;ive s of the bureau and %  -' mrect a survev of I _, _. %  ,..„,.,. *e Je= Lai Service Bureau i Federation, are Stanley C. Myers, jof Great Miami. The study. I chairman of the survey unit, as [2 !" the auspices of well as head of the community inning commit planning committee; Mrs. Babette Iff 8 01 Miami Jewish e .. „ n-mK-nim P ierat as prompted by aJ Ackerman. Sidney Bernbaum. penes of problems confronting Mrs. Jacob Epstein. Joseph H. |the Gardner. Emil Gould. M. J. Du._ t the failure of the Dade Kopelowitz, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. sunn1 :'. C : nlun l t y Chest, which Mrs Anna Brenner Myers. Mrs. ^SLXSSJISSSJt s t -^ c Myers B ernard pai Igme in Itl history. In addition. Judge Harold BSpaet. Col. Bry *e refugee resettlement and reStone. Harold Lngerleider and habUitation program providing Ira C. Walsey. Max C. Getfnger "ance t 0 P lew' American! f the Federation staff jervuig whicn the ct mmunity has pledged !" secretary to the committee to absorb. h as been found in thers parHcipating_ in the adequate study are Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Zeld-trh n ,u .. [Carl Susskind. Max R. Silver, WortSiBwithw committee Samue i Gertner. Mrs. Aaron Farr. i,. !" hlm ar e concentrat?, r T P J Cesarano T. E. WinterSancSrneX^S^ n th l Sn Charles Cohen. Ruth isrr* -^^nLht & s p G oodman and Morr,s Si COnduct ^"des studying Klass i s rt ;' J lts elf. the committee .. .. .. EAimrrxed consa;t ;ng with other local Negotiations Adjournea SkS f nd '"dividuals whose JERUSALEM (JTA(-NegotiaServi '^ tc s t0 the Jewish Social tions between Israel and T wyice Bu: fc au. he e*rlain iorHan for a non-aggressi reau. he explains. Jordan for a non-aggression pact tee, 0 eport which ^e commithave been adjourned until after th e n e f"',' arin g will be issued in the A P riI elections in Transas a u T future and w i be used Jordan, the Belgian Consul Gen4n, v 3: i ; for reorganizing the eral told a press conference here /_L" d r S definin g its services., this week upon his return i rm listing Zelditch is his wife, An__n, capital of Transjordan. •lews Protest Against Tax .Repayment Delay MUNICH. (JTA) — Jewish communities in West Germany have protested to the Wuerttemberg-Baden provincial government against a decision to delay repayment of discriminatory taxes levied on the Jews by the Nazis, it was reported here this week. The provincial finance department recently announced that it would not repay an emigration tax imposed on Jews permitted to flee the country by the Nazis until the Federal Government put into effect the "Equalization of Burden Bill." Nor would it make good a property tax levied by Hermann Goering in 1938 folowing the assassination of a Nazi diplomat in Paris by Hershe C'ynszpan. a Jewish youth, provincial authorities said. The "Equalization of Burden Bill" is a measure which would ti.x all persons in Germany, including those entitled to restitution payments, who has not suffered major losses in the war or as a result of the postwar currency conversion. The taxes would be used to assist persons who suffered heavy losses under these circumstances. Dr. Philip Auerbach Bavarian Commissioner for Persecutees. this week spoke to the West German Parliament in Bonn as a representative of persecutees living in Germany. He criticized the federal legislature for its failure to adopt a restitution measure for all of West Germany. are now 2.000 students enrolled with displaced persons in Europe in the Sunday schools and 1.200 in as a representative of the Jewish the Hebrew schools. Agency for Palestine. Her work Dan B. Ruskin campaign chairp man. presented an award to Irving Saal as the outstanding male solicitor in the metropolitan unit Division reports Monday were. Hotels. S7.110. for a total of $171,157; trades. S23.235, for a total of S564.906: winter residents. $2,050. for S192.286: women. $5,753. for $67,150: metropolitan. $5,339. for $48,700: youth, $6 for $781. FINAL REPORT BREAKFAST Dr. George Josephthal. the man who has been responsible for the entry of 400.000 Jews into Israel •n the last 20 months, will address the final report breakfast of the aopeal on Sunday. March 26. at 10 a.m. at Reids Restaurant. 829 Brscayne Blvd. Mrs. Avis Shulman for the Agency has taken h Israel several times in the past few years. Mrs. Shulman end Dr. Joseohthai _-i!i be guests at a reception to be given in their 'honor Saturday r.ight at the home of Ms. Bess Nelson, 5S50 La Gorce Drive. Invitations have been sent to community leaders. Dr. George Josephthal Dr. Josephthal. who is director of the absorption department cf, the Jewish Agency, is a veteran of the struggle for immigration into Palestine, having directed the "underground railroad" that smuggled thousands of Jews out J of Nazi-occupied Europe to Pal: estine during the Hitler era. A native of Germany, he was arrested bv German police in the early 1930s for smuggling arms from Germanv to the Jewish settlers in Palestine during the j Arab riots. In addition to directing absorption activities. Dr. Josephthal is! now a director of the special pro' sram recently inaugurated to care j for the ""tard core" of sick and disabled refugees coming to Israel. Sharing the speaking program with Dr. Josephthal next Sunday > will be Mrs. Avis Shulman. na-; t'onal chairman of the Speakers L. vision of the United Jewish, AppealClosely identified with the work j of Haganah. Mrs. Shulman's! knowledge of Israeli needs and problems is equalled by that of j few Americans. She lived and, worked at the kibbutz of K'far Haeheresh, on the mountains I Goldman Reviews B'nai B nth Growth WASHINGTON, JTA) — The steady growth of the membership Of B'nai B'rith. the expansion of the Hillel Foundations and •


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PAGE TWO *Jenist FkrSdliifJim I'll Say. In his Promise and Fulfillment. Arthur K esi (!i(. some brilliant writing. But the vivid d Israel's rebirth :J marred by the banal conclusions in the epilogue. Because Israel is now .> Jews in all lands have but one course: either mig to the Jewish State, or assimilate. Sound.like antiSi n tism's ;i.i". through the ages: conversion or expulsion. >. Failure of Assimilation Is it accidental that our author stems from assfmilationist environment of Hungary, with its laise of sell hatred that is conducive to di -•.ruction? The old story tellers used to ch>s( with: 'Tiiey married and lived happily ever alter." T i mod* rns, assimilation is to be the end and cure all Jewish ills. That the effects of the might prove more noxious than the sickness itsi seems to cause little concern. In Germanic Lands Bypassing theories and concentrating on real. Ii us assume that the a>similationist actually :. for the safety of his brethren, in the:r exposed posit. in as loyal Jews. But F.D.R. once declared :: impossible to hide a million dollars. Does the auth i : Darkness at Noon hope to tuck away 5.000.000 American Jews in some hideout? Evidentlv Mr. Koestler thinks that if the 2.000.000 Jews : r \ork City become Protestants .,:• Catholics, then hostility would cease automatically. This is surp: :n so astute a writer. Theodore Herzl. also from th same Hungarian milieu, had occasion to" observe "rv ess of baptism in Teutonic lands. He [ un I -h-Lutherans married other Jewish-Lutherans %  • caste, surrounded by the -. me .a-,.. In Hungary The blind spot of these chaps is their illusion th ; sS^MABCBi Go To Israel Or Assimilate In America By HARRY SIMONHOFF V.ila was dubbed the Scourge of God by Pope Leo I Their descendants, are the mixture ot many races and people, "mongrels." according I i Nazi ideology. These Magyrs do not cut much ice as a.creative lion whose contributions have enriched human progress Vet during the 19th century when a limited rriage with Jews began, the Magyrs set up a howl and imposed taboos to safeguard the purity of their Hunnish-Tartar blood. In the matter of baptism, the individual may solve nalj obi m and lose himself in the anonymity .,! Nol so the group. Whenever Jews tried assimilation the eonserquences were tragic and woeful. We are perhaps too close to the German ipt for objective judgment. Let us go back five S to the Spanish experiment. Its Classic Experiment in Spain In the year 1391. a series of pogroms were let loose upon the Jews in Spain. The inciting force was :,.n. The fanatic monk Fernand > Martinez had passionate eloquence to inflame the mob. as well as to convert the victims. After great slaughter, several hundred thousands embraced the Cross. Many were perhaps unhappy and hankered secretly the mother faith. But human nature in general covets wealth, power and position. The new Christian status was utilized to benefit the ambitious, with eyes fixed on the main chance. They intermarried with the impoverished blue bloods and became influential :n tiie royal palace. Former Jews, or their descendants, held important offices in the church. Others :ied high positions of trust and responsibility in in vernment, in the military. In short, Ik of Spat ish Jewry was assimilated. : Reaction %  Gentile Spain react? At first the proud "eased. The church always chalked up the conversion of Jews as a major triumph. But turv i illed by. The Old Christians began then question the wisdom that forced the social, the business, the cultural, the political life of Chrktu c servant Jews were under severe dih M v Spait >-I to a cramped existence in the Ghetto R!? 1 ?*) compete with Jews armed with ail wh, J rights of Christians, under protection ,, m state. Something must be done f The Inquisition Something was done. Stories sp read a Conversos refusing pork, about chaneLT*J linen on Saturdays, about praving Tn2^ crypts. A secret court soon functioned t<> \Z ^ the purity of Marrano faith. This t,ih,?l" r cumbered with tedious cross examfiMl nesses, operated with maximum efficiency ll cused would confess obligingly, especial v reasonable application of hot iron, or the raV iron coat spiked inside. Confession would U'M prisoner on the burning stake. Many a martv1 mgfor the Auto-de-Fe to light up *>•' seriously questioned the benefits of corC'i assimilation. The reward for Jewish mass' in Spain was the Inquisition. i 3ss::r ; Jj Invincibility Declares Mr. Koestler "Now that the SbJ Israel, is firmly established, they (Jews in lands) are free to do what thev could not do To wish it good luck and go their own wav implies that the Israel Republic of a millmn is invincible. Yet but ten years ago, Poland 30.000.000 population cracked like a ripe nut. France of a great military tradition buckled ir. three weeks. Evidentlv the million Israeli's] nothing to fear from 250,000.000 Moslems en and humiliated by an ignominious defeat Or !" the Church of Rome, to whom the verv exktfrwl Israel is an affront. ww One cannot escape the conclusion that wf;h| assimilation of world Jewry, Mr. Koestler's \ would not break if the 3rd Jewish commonra were completely destroyed. If you fail to register before r> J u c :. you win not be eligible t I Conducting Survey Ine P%  .: :.'. j A state-wida survey on th .ployment conditions of pro! sienal registered nurses ;.bi MIDDLE AC-ED COUPLE | conducted for the Florida Si to share comfortable Kosher' bursts' Association by the Unihome with same. Near Gables, synagogue, snopping and bus. Beautiful grounds. Reasonable. Phone 48-1601 evenings and Sunday. I)am*< k To \il Palsy Assort;!lion Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary 199. Free Sons of Israel, will sponsor a dance and floor show vcrsity of Miami, according to on Sunday. March 26. at 8 n.m. word recently received from state at Electrician's Union Hall. 1659 headquarters, 315 Calumet BuildN.W. 17 th A ve. Entire proceeds ing. i will be turned over to Cerebral Palsy Association. The floor show will feature the ag acts. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Questionnaires are being mailed to all Florida registered nurses v l J n Il0 r sl1 w lU feature the h i hold 1949 now or renewal Va ? a "nds and other night club registration with the State Board r2;, n ., of Examiners for Nurses. Nurses „• C VL !" y b % J? {amc d by receiving a questionnaire <- ea,,in S Mrs Max LeBost. chairare FOR PASSOVER PLEASURE and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER mi I si; CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM SWEET BUTTER WIIII'PEII HI TTER KOSHER EOlt PASSOVER nssb ")m And All Year -Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that the name appears on every product MIAMI OFFICE 1713 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 82-4731 — urged to fill" in and return man a 1 5 -8 77 <3 or Mrs. Abe Kahn. promptly. Results of this survey co-chairman, at 5-4995. Mrs. Al will be used in promoting the £ ow £ S ec £ n d V1 ce P residen of Economic Security Program of Cerebl al Pals y Association, will the Florida State Nurses' Assoact as host ;Ss and Irving Goldman, president, will also greet guests. A meeting of the auxiliary will be held on Thursdav. March 23, at 8 p.m. at the Seacomber Hotel. Cerebral Palsy chairman. Mrs. Max LeBost. will speak on the "Distress Call of Cerebral Palsy." Body Conditioning Class A class in body conditioning through weight lifting and boxing has been inaugurated at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Each Monday and Wednesday I at 8 p.m. the group of center | members participates in outdoor weight lifting, under the direction | of Doug Sacher. Following this, a short loosening-up calisthenics drill is held, and then the boys spar for one hour under the direction of Herman Miller and Jack Ossatanov. A sweat bath and shower ends the evening's activity. LADY WITH AMBITION Experience Unnecessary. As Working Partner in Intriguing Field. Rare Opportunity with Good Future in Employment and Related Business. Small Investment. Phone 2-7619. In the 1948 election less i_ one-fifth of the state's elid voters elected our public < LONDON ARM W3 DINING ROOM | DPENTOPUBLld ENJOY OUR TRADmom PASSOVER ME; A Well Known Cantor Conduct Holiday Serfiw Immediate Reservations Suggested PHONE 5-1264 Under Personal Supervision M. Kreisberg D. Bra M. Sussman PARTY CATERING Dr. Ward Will Speak Dr. Harry Ward, profess >r tus of Union T ; logical Seminary of America, will be at th. I 124 11th St.. Miami B< March 25, al 3 p.m. D War I'ssul I will be "1 Rights." On Tuesdas at 8 p.m. C H. Lee will speak on "Th • End of the World." %  'Tin story • ShakeShylock" will b. the t an add Mark Waldman on April 1. at 3 p.m. Passover Program Slated %  Landau Chapti i I Bnai Bnth Young Women will nola a special Passovei program fioth M h u mc of Artene Sisselman, H25 Michigan Ave., Miami I on Monday, March 27. at 8:30 p.m. WiM More than half a century of experience ] meeting Jewish religious requirements as-l surcs the perfection of every detail of our | service to the Jewish family. The success of the RIVERSIDE organization j reflects the confidence and friendship of tw\ families whom we have faithfully servea-j REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ, SHOCHET Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808


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1AY, MARCHjliggl -Jewlstintx-Mtnii PAGE THREE L,„, A t ion Bureau Boaril To Meet l-r. hoard of directors of the L Th !„ of Jewish Education will h Us Ma'-ch meeting in the 1 f Temple Beth Sholom on If'-nV March 23. at 8:15 p.m., ESSni to Max Meise1, presi ^Agenda for the meeting & e nomination of officers £S ddewtes-at-large, discussion f -t Jewish education dinner L be held April 23, scholarship fe.^Sof of th. Adult JS Institutes will be held on fc !y March 27. The closing & W ill feature an address % e series on "Crises m Jewish -•A" bv Rabbi Leon Kronish Stilled'"Reaction to Emancipate Reform or Neo-Orthodoxy" ICertificates oi completion will L distributed to 50 students who [,ve satisfactorily completed the Cirses ot the first semester. Ks in Hebrew and Yiddish I'lfbe held at V:30. and classes Bible and Israel Reborn at 1-30 p.m. I The Adult Institute is sponsored L he Miami Jewish Community fenfr, Beth David Congregation, Congregation Beth El, and the pureau of Jewish Education. Rabbis Were Guests At flatzo Shmuroh Rites Prominent members of the fcrthodox rabbinate were guests |f A. Goodman & Sons. Inc., at |he annual "Matzo Shmuroh** % eremony held recently at the r-oodman plant in Long Island Citv. [ Rabbi Mendel Chodrow was iiost to many prominent rabbinilal guests, escorting them through Ihe plant and through the various steps in the ceremony. [ When the matzos were finished, %  hey w;re especially packed and prepared for delivery to the guests. Rabbi Chodrow explained : Ihe various processes of the tremI Endous modern baking equipment I End the further steps of assembly, ; fconveying and packing. He inj Bicated and pointed out the cease| less care given to maintaining the j TCashruth ;rom the very first step p tnd throughout the entire proauction TO ADDRESS FOUNDER'S DAY EXERCISES Benefit Concert Planned Buth Brotman will present Florence Kutzen Detroit pianist, .n concert on Saturday. April 15. at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Women's Club auditorium for the benefit of the Haven School for Mentally Handicapped Children. Entire proceeds will go to the school. Dr. Abba Hillel (left), honorary president oi the American Zionist Emergency Council and a graduate of the Hebrew Union College ('15), will present the principal address at Founder's Day exercises at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati on Saturday, March 25, which will pay tribute to Dr. Isaac Mayer Wise, who founded HUC 75 years ago, in 1875. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of HUC-JIR, will offer presidential messages at exercises in both Cincinnati and the New York City section of HUC-JIR. Bowling Tourney Now In 10th Week The eight-team bowling tournament of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge moves into its tenth week with the team, "Brotherly Love" leading with a total of 23 Vz points, it is announced by President Alvin Corenblum. A close second is "Benevolence" with 20 Vi points and the teams of "Charity" and "Harmony" are tied for third place with 20 points. High individual season average is Lou Feldman's 191, followed by a three-way tie of 178 by Morton Felson, H. Goldhagen and Nat Lawrence. High individual handicap scorer is Bernard Schreidell with 290, followed by Milton Brand with 284 and J. Rosenstein with 279. The lodge bowls every Wednesday evening at the Playdium Alleys. An inter-lodge competition in B'nai B'rith is being planned. BONDED Sufaevuut&ut -, TERMITE CONTROL V BONDED GUARANTEE -"I by Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co. ORKIN GUARANTEES L% DRYW00D TERMITE CONTROL EASY TERMS! p 3 TEARS PAY! INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES 2-B77tt 5 9 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI Company Owned Company Operated 1901 5 3528 MIAMI BEACH South'* Oldest, Largest Exterminators fepnyO MTE TJ JS& PEST c .M. NO MINORS ALLOWIO MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTR1MI SOUTH IND'OF COUIMS AVI. Weinkle Appointed Carl Weinkle, of Miami Beach, has been named to the national committee planning the 1950 biennial convention if the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). according to word received here from C.arles W. Moms, Louisville, Ky., committee chairman. "Broadened Horizons for the American Jewish Community" is tht over-all theme of JWB's first national convention since 1948, which will meet at the Hotel Netherland Plasa, Cincinnati, from Saturday evening, May % to Monday, May 8. Beth David Men's Club Will Meet A meeting of the Beth David Men's Club will be held Thursday, March 23, at 8 p.m. at the New Beth David. The nominating committee will present a slate of officers and elections will be held. Entertainment, refreshments, and social hour will follow. Membership in the men's club is not limited to Beth David members. Opens Office In Hialeah Dr. Lester N. Gordon announces the opening of his office for the practice of optometry at 407 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah. Dr. Gordon I specializes in visual analysis and j visual training. ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB dedicatesits program to a SALUTE TO THE CITY of MIAMI BEACH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 12:15 P.M. on the occasion oi the City's 35th Anniversary Celebration • HAROLD SHAPIRO Toaslmaster • RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN Guest Speaker • MURRAY GOODMAN Zionist News Reporter • GUESTS OF HONOR Mayor Harold Turk; Councilmen Wm. Burbridge, Maurice Klein. Marcie Lieberman, D. Lee PowelL Melvin I. Richard, Burnett Roth; City Mar. C. A. Renshaw; Asst. City Mar. M. Link; City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson; Police Chief A. W. Simpson; Fire Chief D. C. Kennett; Judge D. P. Galen; Judge B. A. Frank; City Atty. B. J. Shepard; Asst City Atty*. A. H. Saperstein. L Cypen; Public Relations Dir.. Hank Meyw. Mendelsohn's \ Lincoln Manor 2 LINCOLN ROAD Tariff $135 pr pUte (fad. 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PAGE FOUR *Jfew*sfr/fcr*#!V7 FRIDAY, MAR CH 24 EDITORIAL Thin Ms A Jewish M'niversity The ordination of one hundred rabbis at Yeshiva University, graduates of its Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, represents a valuable contribution to the American-Jewish scene. Here aie American young men, trained to serve the community as leaders, seeped in the rich heritage of Jewish culture and fortified by the intellectual advantages of an academic education. Indeed, this harmonious combination of Jewish and secular learning personifies a historic educational undertaking unparalleled in our people's past. It is in line with the tradition cf Maimonides. who symbolized this rare synthesis. Moreover, it is encouraging that a premium is still being placed upon guality and that imbibers of intensive Jewish learning are still nurtured. There is little doubt that Yeshiva University's foundations are in consonance with the highest traditions of American higher education. For the leading universities of our land had their origins in theological seminaries. So with Yeshiva University, a Jewish University in name, in fact, and in deed. When the Rabbi Issac Elchanan Theological Seminary was founded some fifty or more yecrs age, Jewish life in this country still held on to the ancient roots we brought from another soil. In those days the seminary was not unlike the old yeshivoths of Jewish settlements in Europe and its graduates were not trained to meet the special conditions of American life. It was not until the late Dr. Revel assumed leadership of the yeshiva that the element of the specific nature of Jewish life in this country began influencing its curriculum and outlook. Under Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the Yeshiva University, the foresight of Dr. Revel has been carried to a point where the institution today not only is preoccupied with training religious leaders for our community but We Can Help Give Them the 'Lift"— with training as well community leaders in the finest sense of the word. With such an institution in our midst it is a certainty that when the hundredth anniversary of the yeshiva is celebrated American Jewry will be a firm, faithful and proud chain in the link of Judaism and Israel. Jewish Youth Week i A world at peace does not mean a world I which nations think alike, feel alike, act nllW One World does not mean One Mind. NeitW does unity require uniformity. Differing opinion,, are, in fact, essential for the progress of humanity provided, of course, they are accompanied by a mutual respect for the right to differ. "Working Together—Jewish Youth Builds," th e theme of this year's Jewish Youth Week, which the JWB—sponsored National Jewish Youth Conference has set for March 24-31, reveals significantly the fact that American Jewish youth have learned the art of working together around areas of common interest for a healthier, happier more positive community. Through youth and young adult councils—which, in the majority of cases, are representative of all organized Jewish youth in the community—they have been able to develop dynamic programs for a richer, vibrant Jewish life. Reflected also in the theme is the recognition by Jewish community. Across the nation, younq people have taken their seats on board? of Jewish Community Centers, Jewish Community Councils Jewish welfare federations and on committees o* many national organizations. These are the future leaders of American Jewry, and, for that very reason, the future of American Jewry looks bright. They are building on a solid foundation, a sound premise. There is indeed a way for people of varied interests and ideological differences to meet on common grounds. Watch These Jewish Baseball Prospects In 1950 By SAM SPATTER (PT'lTORK NOTE: By a coincidence of calendar Passover generally marks ih>' opening of the baseb&ll Mason. Since our youthful readers are di.uMl-ssly baseball fans, they will appreciate the article written for that occasion by Mr. Spatter, an authority on sports.) Jewish baseball fans will be scanning major league rosters this spring with the hope that some six minor league players of the Jewish faith will stick in the biq leaques. These six rookies, if they remain in the majors will help bring to an end a shortage of Jewish talent in the majors. For currently. Sid Gordon, of the Boston Braves, is the lone major leaguer of Jewish extraction. High hopes, however, are held out for rookies Al Rosen. Hal Saltzman, Cal Abrams and Saul Greenberg (Detroit), Morris Arnovich (Philadelphia), Harry Danning (New York), Buddy Myer (Washington), Goody Rosen (Brooklyn), and Moe Berg (Bosoauzman, v_ai ADrams and Saul \"ivviuyu/, OUU .HOC C Rogovin to remain in the majors. ton > played regularly. Although Myron Ginsburg and I Some ten years have passed Emil Moscowitz are also schedsince th at era. Few Jewish ball uled for tryouts. their chances of remaining appear slim. Among the thousands who have journeyed into the majors for either a short or long stretch, less than a hundred have been Jewish. A few of the hundred stayed long enough and played well enough to make them still remembered. Fans can recall Johnny Kling (Klein), of Chicago; Erskine ll,c 6'""H < ^icveianu s /\ioert Mayer (born Mayer Erskine), of Leonard Rosen. Rosen is a third Philadelphia and Pittsburgh; and baseman who was born in Andy Cohen of New York. Others, j Spartansburg, S. C, some 24 years who played in the majors but left ago. He grew up in Miami, where within a cKnrt t-..^.. —1.. in 1 Qdft \\a ,^p tTl^^iJ^ \ u:„i. players, however, have been active in the majors during that span of years. But now a break in this situation appears. What qualities these six young men possess to aid them in their quest for big league jobs, can only be found in their records. So let's have a look at them. Perhaps the most promising of the group is Cleveland's Albert within a short time, are only remembered in official records. in 1940, he was Florida state high school middleweight boxing .......H^IOJ in uinuiai records. *" ul i imuuicweigiu Doxing In the late 1930's the American champion. Entering professional and national Leagues had a large b aseDa11 ln 19 42 with Thomasville. contingent of Jewish plavers Nortl Car <>lina During that era such men as Hank fJewisti Fhridtian State League. Rosen did not play long as he soon entered the Navy. He was signed by Cleveland after his disPub,i.h e V;.vVry Vrrd-. y ~."mr.'1927 h J"" g h e In *$f >? e advanced to by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Oklahoma City where he hit .349 Sixth Street, Miami 18, Florida. En' tered as second-class mattjr July 4 1930, at the Post Office cf Miami. Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. Amen. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Flo rida Press Association, The Jewish Flor-tdlan does not guarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised ln Its columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years S5.00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street in 146 games to win the Texas League batting title. There he won the league's most valuable player and all-star third baseman awards. Failing to gain a berth with the Indians in the spring tryouts of 1948, Al Rosen was optioned to Kansas City where he proceeded to win the American Association's most valuable player award, and was second in league batting. Again, in the spring of 1949, he had a tryout with the Indians, but he failed to impress Manager Lou Boudreau and Rosen was optioned to San Diego. This year he advances with n > fanfare or additional honors Whether the third time will be his lucky one, remains speculation. Manager Boudreau has her quoted as saying. Volnmo 23 Number 12 "We have tn piv Al TW,.„ F TD !" A^# 05 : $ r !" T *& b e NISAN 0. 5,!0 We can't option him again K Keltner may have another good year left, but Rosen is ready to step in." Another player to return to the big leagues is Cal Abrams, an outfielder with the Brooklyn Dodgers. A Philadelphian, Abrams first attracted Dodger attention when he batted .345 with Mobile, Southern League, in 1947. He remained at Mobile in 1948 finishing with the same batting average. While with the Dodgers in spring tryouts in 1949, Abrams proved the "talk of the camp" from his brilliant batting exhibitions. He clinched a regular berth with the Dodgers as the season began. Soon it became apparent that Abrams was not ready for the majors. He benched himself and was later sent to Fort Worth. There, in 1949, he regained his batting power, finishing with a .337 average. Dodger fans hope that this added year of minor league experience will polish the 25-year-old Jewish speedster and help him regain his job. An inroad among major league pitching staffs is expected with the arrival of Saul Rogovin and Hal Saltzman. Both men have excellent minor league records. For Rogovin, this will be a second try to gain a berth with Detroit. Rogovin's history is somewhat unique. He began his baseball career as an infielder but finally gave up his position and decided on pitching. Following his decision, in the winter of 1947-48, he went to Venezuela to play in the loops there and gain experience. While pitching in Venezuela Rogovin was the center of an unusual incident. He was sent to the local bastille one day during a hotly I contested game. His misdemeanor was giving up four successive walks during the game, enough i for the local police to lug him off to the jail. He was released however, under the condition ho lessen the number of bases on balls to opposing batsmen. Ini 1948, back with Butfalo as a pitcher, Rogovin chalked up -. record of 13 wins and 7 loses The Tigers gave him a tryout but optioned him back to Buffal During 1949 he continued his exceptional mound work by finish ing with a 16 and 6 record. He iagain set to try out with the Tigers, this time was a better chance of staying. A newcomer to the loops this season is a promising 21-year-old former University of Oregon hurler. Hal Saltzman of the Cleveland i! nS This youn K ^wish pitcher who the Indians purchased for an estimated $100,000 accomplished a remarkable feat last season with Portland of. the Pacific Cpast League. Hurlini foi a sixth place club, Saltzman was able to gain 23 victories—a feat not often accomplished by first place team hurlers. Saltzman advanced to Portland from Salem, with only two years of professional baseball as a background. Expected to return for another spring session with Detroit is Catcher Myron Ginsburg. A native Detroiter, Ginsburg led the Eastern League batters in 1948 with a .335 average. He was optioned to Toledo last season after a brief tryout with the Tigers. At Toledo he shared catching duties with Eddie Mordarski. A relative newcomer to the major is Emil Moscowitz, a hurler last season with Stamford of the Colonial League. Pitcher Moscowitz, who was a former New York Yankee batting practice hurler, is tagged for a trial with Cleveland this spring. At Stamford, Moscowitz won 19 games against 5 losses. It is expected that he will be farmed out next season for further experience. Several Jewish minor league players bear watching in 1950 as potential major league material. Sidney Schacht, drafted by the St. Louis Browns from Louisville, is a promising hurler. He began last season with Birmingham, is a promising huler. He began last season with Birmingham, but was sent to Scranton where he finished with a 19 and 5 record. Schacht will probably be farmed out this season, due to his inexperience. Pitchers also complete the remainder of the list. Sandy Silverstein following a successful season with Savannah, is slated to pitch for Buffalo. Lefty* Marv Rotblatt, former University of Illinois star who was signed by the Chicago White Sox, will hurl for Sacramento of the Pacific League this season. These are the men that Jewish baseball fans will be watching during the early weeks of spring practice. If the crew of Rosen, Saltzman, Rogovin and Abrams fail to make the grade, it will be only for a short time that the leagues will be lacking Jewish players. For others are climbing up that rocky minor league trail that leads to the majors, and an end to a shortage of Jewish major league players. Dr. Harris J. Levine, prominent New York physician and Zionist leader, was elected president of the Jewish National Fund of America, Tuesday evening, March 14. at ihe annual meeting of the Fund at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Dr. Levine succeeds Judge Morris Rothenberg, who was elected honorary president. ~. Th c Fu nd is composed of all Zionist bodies in this country and is devoted to the purchase and development oi land in Israel. Browdy Named ZOA President NEW YORK. (JTA)—Benjamin G. Browdy, Zionist leader and prominent industrialist of New York, was unanimously elected president of the Zionist Organization of America—the post vacated by the death on March 7 of Dtniel Frisch—at a specially convened meeting here this week of the National Administrate Council, the ruling body of the organization between conventions. Rudolf Sonneborn, chairman of the Administrative Council, presided at the session which was attended by members from all parts of the country. Mr. Browdy, who served as acting president of the organization during the absence of Mr. Frisch on his two visits to Israel, is president of the Keren Hayesod, and has been active in the Zionist movement since his early youthHe served in many high capacities in the movement as well as in fund-raising efforts for Israel Last he served as a member of the Praesidium of the American Zionist Council which represents all Zionists bodies in this country. Notable progress has been achieved by B'nai B'rith in w vr. el. where the organization no* -umbers 30 lodges, of which 1 arein Tel Aviv. "Scarcely a month passes without a^new Iod* being organized there." •-^ *>* -" rr % vW jUZ-i, enorH



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j^AY, MABCH 24. 1950 +Jmlstinurknar7 PAGE FIVE Pepper Plans 2nd Major Radio Talk Senator Claude Pepper has .£ chosen Miam. as he locaT f or his second major radio l '" ,„ V hich he will deliver iff Thursday night, March 30 •„ Bavfront Park Bandshell, at he foot of Flagler St. ctuart Patton. chairman of the Tade County Pepper Committee AoA-'ed that "the Senator will cneak free. Patton said. and 1 : taviteA j n inclement weathei. p '.'.' ted the rally will %  inside Bay front Park l Biscayne Blvd. and a y ; i will as.?A \--\ Me Shore Center Moves Synagogae 7'-'•" %  SB %  -.: "Ill 1: Dr : %  %  I %  Beach Center To Hold Two Community Sedorim '.%  i the %  I guNK DAIRY nwfr/'Tttfi) -• SWEET BUTTER REFUSE SUBSTITUTES B^ir& ^ ^d^ %%%%%% M MIAMI BK\t H Beth David Seder Pina • .. .--..-.? v. Mn A. L--< ^ ~-s." 7be held s^ p.r.. r. •.-< -..r>" -• '.':'. PJ "*" lad As* A .-.~p \z-*f.rs.r.k. Pas meaJ %... be iervrf i.-..' St*.-..c •.., =r V?i aahea ana eeaaanel ice :„.-' V-14-1: >-: BCACH rooo corrai BEACH yy:'JT?'t MA.TZZT BLACZS7GJTE MA.?Z£T CIOVH y."PE? FOOL cp nn CCMMUK1TY K.RXT7 f'.l}.. DCJCACr SHO ..... ,< :< ; r.< > 3f?sz MAJfzr: JTJTT-i 57 MAJOEn : %  :. %  m MOKI MABOM CSOCOT mODOTlKT MAMR ir/:?.'f.> '• MAJHK7 y WA75CJJAL try?.*!* v.yyzir. •/OfWUt.? MAXZTT jtApm. neucACT MOT I ; < < %  OfJU PWM DOJCACT wo* %  fcwrrs ^KJCATOiw WBRCHEtrai MACB nm toi • / { n ZK) IV MIAMI IB6BRETEH <^wain •jaifagsHa^ *>* E-aimithy / __ WOfilD WID€ IKPOBTWC EZPOBTWG CO. MTAJtX rLCIDA fif If** i I : rflHS vf^*K7 ft. A H ^CJCA7233 BSME SAffBI Aboor Tar FOOD *.ytt*W 'gy7jrn'a^ta> yrttf a ea r tonarnrt tatcnia xsr ?wr "WwTfrlrfi* lex MStE^TZisL 2a> 'TrT'T^tl "I 1 ftl .fc'l^Sm. "Zszrxzsi ?-arlM*. 7*i 1m— T wuiiri "ar m t e >I3B ft ~L_ %  OOBAaV 'SATS car>722-r CTJ :>CLJCA7I2SSf TTiSS S5L2SA72ase2 tmti 113SAAZ77 ?"rtiSI*I* 14**9*1 T loftO\^ mar* rusaa yw t l> BIA1f\W 3E5G*7X£ KA3SZ7 I ILMI %T THE r*JiHf.U M PfJI Munum I I MAasaoer as rrcafis 7!> 7r^ iscczrr



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PAGE SIX vjewisl) Fkridtistn _FHIDAY,_M A R r M {... %  SNW Trw Sales I |i This Year An increase in the sale of trees during the Chamisha Asar B'shevat weekend has been announced by Leon J. Ell. chairman of the Jewish National Fund. The Hebrew Academy sold more trees than any other organ', ization in the area. Ell revealed. In second place was the Miami Beach Hadassah. Temple Beth Sholom and Congregation Beth Jacob came in third and fourth respectively. "It is our hope that the sale of JXF trees on various occasions | will become as customary as send; ing flowers on birthdays, wed' dings. Bar Mitzvahs, etc.," Ell said. ''We have proof." he continued, "that the sale of trees can be tripled with the cooperation of the Jewish community of this i area. For instance a group of t>ci->Dle at the Angler's Hotel had a little party and without expend; ns a are.it deal of effort collected S130 for trees. This act can be repeated over and over again at every gathering. 1 Mrs. Leibovit, Pioneer Clubwoman, Dies At 81 Mrs. Mollie Leibovit, 81. of 527 X.W. oth Ave.. an organizer and charter member of Beth David, died Monday. Coming here from Philadelphia Basketball Tournaments Final game in the deadlocked best-out-of-three series in the first annual all-Miami Jewish Community Center Tournamem for juniors will be played on Sat; urday evening, March 25, at 8 p.m. at the center. The Miami Jewish Community Center's All| Stars will vie with Esquire Boys Club who emerged the winners of the first and second rounds 1 respectively in the double roundrobin competition which included Miami Beach YM & WHA Junior teams, Hialeah Jewish Community Center and North Dade Jewish Community Center. On Sunday afternoon the winners of the championsnip game wil meet the winners of the Sunday morning game to be played between Miami Beach YM & WHA and Hialeah-North Dade Jewish Community Center Combine at 10 a.m. Beth David Win Hold Model ?5 I Be^Da^SigS^T M participate in a model ft ^ be given at the new Beth" H on Sunday, March 26 at ,n avid under the auspices of ,v. 5*1 David Sisterhood C and f pTA H Mrs. L. J. Hart? uncelebrated her Sh Wrth? 8 ^ chairman of the event day Portions of the Hageadah be read and all f ood s Ivrffi* Passover will be served ^ Students who will conduct i Seder under the direetirm Jerome B Gordon. cxS^di I rector of Beth David are Kasow, Dorothy Schr'iedel, ard Segal Masheh Shapiro.^ Shapiro, Adeie Siegel. an n i3 Siegel. vji Siegel, and'lrwij Mr* Ham will be assist, members of the sisterhood J PTA. —Ardmora Mrs. Samuel Ritler, right, is shown presenting a check for S2.000 for Youth Aliyah to Mrs. Leonard Barr. center. Youth Aliyah chairman, as Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president of Miami Beach Group of Hadassah, looks on. The presentation was made a, a brunch recently given al Copa City. Stockdale Pledges Fight On Gambling A continued battle against legalized gambling was pledged by State Rep. Grant Stockdale llatlassah I 'nil To Mark Birthdav A brunch on Fridav. March 24. at 12 p.m. at the Temple Beth Sholom banquet hall will mark 45 years ago. Mrs. Leibovit was the first birthday of the Hannah a member of Hadassah. Several Senesch Group of Hadassah. Mrs. ln a formal announcement of his years ago she donated a complete Morns Alpert. president, has anj re-election platform. synagogue, which the familv had r,vjnetri. I. The young ex-Marine, a memmaintained, to the Jewish Home Mrs. Wax Weitz has been named ber ? f xl )c Dade county delegation for the Aged. A move to name chairman of the event. Assisting at l ne last session also mapped this synagogue in Mrs. Leibovit's her is Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. '' for revision of memory is now being led by Mrs. hospitality chairman. The profs re Cohen, founder and tram, which has been arranged ident of the Jewish Hume t'oi by Mrs. L. E. Goldman, memberAged. -hip chairman, and her committee, Surviving are two sons, Charles v/ill include a musical skit enHarry of Belle Glade: fou: titled "Come Join Hadassah. daughters. Mrs. Morris Hocles. Mi; Darling:" Mrs. Irwin Weinstein ami. Mis. Maurice Brown and is directing the skit. M: s. Meyer Lubin. Miami Beach Immediately following the j form. In most cases, he said, the and Mrs. Joe Pearlman. Key brunch, the "Friday Review," I changes will consist of ironing We?t: 23 grandchildren and six which is under the chairmanship I out "bugs" that have developed grandchildren. ] of Mrs. Sol Leslie, will be held. I since is was put into efefct. Services were held Tuesday | This week Mrs. I. M. Weinstein I Continuation of Florida's minaftc-.noon in Gordon Funeral' will discuss John Hersey's novel, "The Wall." the state's "outmoded constitution" and more stringent laws governing child molestation cases. Stockdale said his campaign slogan this year will be, "Keep Dade County Growing." Provisions in the state sales tax are also on the candidate's platHome with burial in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Cornblum Unveiling The unveiling o/ a monument to the memory of the late Harry Obituaries JOSEPH JACOBS S3, of 584 N.W. Slat si., passed away Monday in a local lx .^I>IIM I Mi Jacob* came in Miami six years ago from New Fork where he wan engaged A. Cornblum will take place Sunm <<' cloak and suit line, He leaves day at two o'clock at Mt. Nebo Aiv W S?,^i„ B e 'i?' an 1 d on Morris and Cemeteiy. Mr. Cornblum was a & !" %y !" S&£VuA%nZ er president of Temple Beth "> Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Sholom and was active in other relieious and communal activities. He is survived by his wife. Leah JACOB LAVINE -' %  of 1229 Meridian Ave., passed away Sunday at in.summer home • %  '. Arthur, in Hendersonvllle, and a daughter, Maxine Friends g.V."S h *: -&>?;". and relatives arc asked to attend. Arrangements are in charge of the Tbtirmond Monument Co. Wolf Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Sam Wolf will take place Sundav at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 2:30. •on Arthur, who with the late Bam La vine another son, was the owner "f Hade Pharmacies prior to 1946: and three daughters, Mis. Ben Walley, of Miami, Mis. Ben Kramer, Detroit, ami Mrs. Max PrcsFler, Buffalo. Services were held In the Beach Rivi Memorial Chapel with interment following in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MORRIS M. HERTZ 68, of 173.", s.w. Kth St., passed it away Saturday In a hnsiiit.il. Mils survived by his wife. Heru was a retired Detroit merchant who came to Miami un years ago Surviving are s xon. Bdwln, and a daughter, .Mrs. William Hirach, both of Miami, lie also leaves a Services were held at Gordon's Funeral Home with Interment In Qraceland Memorial Cemetery. Fanny, a son. Edward and a daughter. Mrs. Thelma Benson. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. imum school foundation program was urged by Stockdale. who pointed out that Florida has risen from "near the bottom" to 27th in the nation in educational standards. Stockdale also said he would "encourage and assist new inaustries in coming to Dade County." Beach Jaycees To Hold Beauty Pageant Mar. 25 Miami Beach Junior Chamber, of Commerce will present its annual Miss Miami Beach Beautv Pageant on Saturday, March 25, | at 8:30 p.m. at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Leo L. Steinman is chairman and director. Accounts Insured %  p to $5,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Florida's Largest Savings Bank MAX HOROWITZ 73, of ::::", s w. 12th Ave passed > away Sunday In a hospital. Mr. i Horowitz came to Miami 17 years ago from Boston. HiIs nurvlved by his wlfo Sarah: a son. Charles, of New jork; a brother and tv Set vie, s were held in Gordon ) rhauel with Interment following In Mt. sinai Cemetery. SAMUEL BERG %  -. of 2054 s.w. 5th St., passed awav Saturday. Mr B. • Miami %  i B ago from l ihlo where he was • 'I in (he Jewell He Is survived by a i Lillian Green .n, of Mian I Bi i brother. Jos< ; h, i t Ml i il. Her' were held al Van . MOLLY STEUER SHIELD 1 'i 16-11 .1. ifi —. Ave .--. rl % %  Sunday at her home Surviving arl h., %  ,.,., M „ ,,. ,,,.;, S; ,l ini ...,. y Mildred lyes, Miami, and Mrs. Julius rausslg. Services were private. Card Party Slated The Coral Gables Post of the Jewish War Veterans will sponsoi a card partv on Tuesday. March 28. at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Chairman of the event is Murray Solomon, who is being assist, ed by Harold Liebeskind and Eernie Baron. Special Broadcast Simon Seiden will be heard in ? T S p t c 'o a i broadcast on Sundav, March 26. from 12:30 to 12:45 p m over station WFEC ff K HORSERADISH S -MAKE SI RE ITS SEASHORE TO ROUND OUT YOUR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER DINNERS MANUFACTURED .. BOTTLED ... AND IN YOUR STORE THE VERY SAME DAY! YOUR GROCER HAS IT. noBb-rao PATRONIZE YOUR MIAMI MADE PRODUCTS. SEASHORE FOOD PRODUCTS CONDIMENT MANUFACTURERS 343 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-3457



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iAY. MARCjmjgsjL *Jewisti thy Minn UQWS Among U. S. Lawmakers By MILTON FRIEDMAN PAGE SEVEN .ASHINGTON.-The 11 Jews 1A 1, arc perhaps the most I 'men in Washington. nn'lv do they continuously A liberal legislation to I 1 ', their constituencies and |ef nunt v but many labor late ffHht in efforts to aid is noted for his battle hi' most recent arrival here, t.Ss !" of the m0St d, S ," ;' js Senator Herbert H. I 1 f popular legislation, [i'.hough Sen. Lehman has only fc office a few months, he has Kj the >n and esteem \ e that ny people have him in New York State. A In of intelligence and quiet fcity. Lehman has been apIr.'.ed on the committee on Infer and Insular Affairs. Many his col! ontinue to call "Governor," recalling his Ubany, jv :. %  < that Lehman much to his country. %  newcomer to the capital, Lehln was ited director of peian Rib 1 and'Rehabilitation 1942. In 1943 he was untmously elected director geni I'NRRA. Lehman's son, hi/, died on active duty as a (brewm in the Air Corps. His aining s n and daughter also (ved overseas. No stranger to :" ry duty himself, Lehman jut of World War I with rank of colonel and the Dis' |i Medal. Despite the fact that Lehman been involved in politics Bee his election as lieutenant Ivernor \ k in 1928, found time to aid ther Jewish comthropic causes. • of the National Con' ians and Jews tensor.-. lerhood Week), f: New Y k Senator also finds p.e to help guide the Palestine unomic Corporation. His efforts i.oehalf of the United Jewish Ppeal of Greater New York are fed known. (The five newest members in the tj Use r? rt Representatives Heller pa Dollmger of New York. Ibicoff of Connecticut, Yates of (•nois. and Chudoff of Pennpvania. (Judge Abraham A. Ribicoff Ps voted "the most able legisM !, n tne Connecticut Asmoiy by reporters who covered s two terms there. The "Judge" devoted his principal attenii to his choice assignment on e House Foreign Affairs ComI I ,?„. h:is also helped lead ,vv %  slum clearance and F cost housing. kj>. Jsadore Dollinger has mSre d H nock of civil hts • "S""'' ls Senereally creditnm-,.„ .• avinR done much to Z R h '', $1 00 000000 Ex P rt Ren Q a nk ,oan for Iael. 3L e y Yates a former ,:f attorney general of Iljition I 3 ""^ u ecord of P artici on m Jewish communal afLYai v u ung Congressman—39 fuses. aided the Israel fe h m P an f the most effective PSt V L srael and a fear fcrtmen l n fadver e State DePiU of P M ,C,eS ,V Re PJacob K fc fes? i, Ncw York ^ one of epresent,, n own of the Jewish r*S Rnn V K,He is the on 'y l ut is sen? r l, u 1,can in Congress. I b al in ully c nsidered more Member "of ,'l r\ tlook than most [avits £ '7.Democratic Party. r f l owof Wu with e *P in 8 he Arah It nt,sh munitions to ab slat es by a series of r^i-^drSilgio^SSrimiSuSi* Trustees Added Rabbi Steinberg c n o-.^n.^,?h JrV'biii i T r M B ard !" At 46 which would prevent the mailing! Announcement was made oil NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi of anti-Semitic and other de-' the addition of five prominent i Milton Steinberg, one of the 01ft! famatory matter through the U.S. Miamians to the board of trustees ; standing spiritual leaders of mails. I of the University of Miami by I American Jewry, died suddenly Abraham J. Multer, of New ; Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president. I this week at his home here at the has done much to make the Israel I T i taken an interest in %  Named to the board were Sam | a ge of 46. Funeral services were diplomats feel at home in Wash; a e ,\ He ls also known for his Blank, president of National, held at the Park Avenue Synaington. j investigation of the circum-; Biands Distributing Company: K )gU L-. where hi served as rabbi Tnwito ic r, mQ ^,K„,t,u XT '.stances 01 the Jews in Spain. Daniel J. Mahoney, vice president since 1933 East LommSe Vnd ?hP v Th KV 6 ^ f w th ? HoUse the ; md general manager of the Miami l''fiorn in Rochester, N. Y„ he Foreign AfS Committee ^e, venerable Adolph J. Sabbath, is Daily News; John S. Knight, received his degrees from the City voice^ is heard almost dativ in S, halrman of t he important Rules, publisher of the Miami Herald: College of New York, Columbia the House demandtoa^ f-.h L C ommlUee He ha s worked unF. G. (Pat) Railey. president of I University and the Jewish Theomlnt foi*'the !" Neai F£\ L 1 '"^ l kee P *he promise he Railey Milam Hardware Com' logical Seminary of America. He f"' 1 Tavit hn= 1 X y ? ade to Presiden t Roosevelt that' pany, and Harry Hood Bassett. m^rftim2n ^H f ^ 5,e would try to get action on the • president of the First National much to summon official attenFEPC bill. Although he is now Bank of Miami. tion to the collapse of the de84. Sabbath is mentally alert. He nazification program in Germany, takes a keen interest in Israel. One of the best liked of the | Louis g Heller, of New York, Jewish group is good-humored | and Eai 'I Chudoff, of PhiladelArthur G. Klein, of New York. A! P nia > both able men, complete the sharp critic of the AdministraJewish group. Chudoff served on tion's bungling of denazification in Germany, Klein also keeps a watchful eye on the home front. He holds membership in the District of Columbia committee and Addition of the new members brings the number of trustees to 19. was an instructor in classical languages at City College before entering the pulpit. For many vears he has been a member of the administrative committee of the Zionist Organization of Amer— i ica and of the Rabbinical Assemadopted Congressmen, the Adas I bly of America. He was the au— | Israel Synagogue of Washington i thor of "The Making of the the important Veterans Affairs; recently held a testimonial service Modern Vew," As A Driven Committee, while Heller has been in their honor. The 11 were made Leaf." "Basic Judaism" and "A appointed to the Public Lands honorary members of the Adas: Partisan Guide to Jewish Probcommittee. | Israel brotherhood and cf the jlems." He also contributed articles As a token of affection for its synagogue. i to the general and Jewish press. BUSY? YES! But not too busy to take care of you! Come inland open an account today Directors: Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Sam R. Becker, W. George Kennedy, Leonard L. Abess, Arthur A. 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PAGE EIGHT llffl|i||flllH*il|lfl : raroA^MARCH 2 4 %  > %  •• :i l Rita Stern To He June Bride Irving Leibsons Reside On Beach Rita Stern Mrs. Sonia Stern. 2001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, has announced the betrothal of her daughter. Rita, to Raymond Sills, son of Mrs. Doris Silver. 8441 N.W. 4'h Ave. A mid-June wedding in NewYork is planned. The bride-elect attended schools in Chicago. De Pauw University and the University of Miami. She is affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. A air force veteran. Mr. Sills attended New York school and is Bted wi'h Babee Tenda Corp. in New York. Dorothy Rader To Be Summer Bride Joseph Rader. 1667 Washin-;, .n Ave., Miami Beach, has meed the bethrothal of her daughter, Dorothy, to Irwin Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. imin Steinberg, of Brooklyn. New York. The bride-elect is president of the B'nai B'rith Business and Pi >fi sional Women of Greater Miami. Emma Lazarus Chapter, and has been active with several Other organizations in the community including American Veterans Committee, Masada and i Jewish Federation. She is a member of the firn of Advertects, Inc.. the Miami Beac advertising agency. Mi Steinberg served as an ensign with the navy in the Pacific the war. At the nt time he is associated with imily in business in New l ty, and is also completing his studies in advertising and marketing. A summer wedding is being planned. Doloris Mark Coplon Dolores Mark Coplon Betrothal Revealed The betrothal of Miss Dolores Mark Coplon to Stanley Jonas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas. Miami Beach, has been announced by th" bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Coplon, Columbus, Ohio. Miss Coplon is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is now a senior at Ohio State University, where she is a momoer of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Sigma Alpha Sigma. Her fiance is also a graduate of Miami Beach High School and is now attending Emory Medical School, where he is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity. A navy veteran. Mr. Jonas is also a member of Alpha Epsilon Upsilon scholastic fraternity. Mrs. Irving Leibson Residing in Miami Beach after a wedding trip to the West Coast of Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Leibson. whose wedding was an event of February 16. The bride is the former Lola Pavalow. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pavalow. 1120 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. The bridegroom's mother is Mrs. Sonia Leibson, Miami Beach. The ceremony took place in the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman and was followed bv a dinner at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Miss Ethelind Pavalow was her sister's maid of honor. The former Miss Pavalow is a graduate of the Lear School. Mr. Leibson, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Florida, where he majored in chemical engineering. He served in the coast guard for a year and a half. Beth El To Hold Seder April 1 Reservations for the Seder to h ei'n bv Congregation Beth El at Dora August Memorial Hall on Saturday, April 1, will be accepted until Monday, March 27. The meal, at which Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate, assisted by Cantor Max Cooper, will be, catered by Pearl Gottesman Ci fers. Working on arrangements for the Seder are Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman and Mr. and Mrs. A!! Perl. Assisting them are members of the sisterhood. Reservations may be made at the congregation office. Variety Women to Hold Style Show The Variety Children's Hospital Women's Committee will sponsor i a luncheon and fashion show on Thursday. March 23, at 12:30 p.m. at Copa City, according to Mrs. Dave Endy, chairman of the event. Assisting Mrs. Endy with ar| rangements are Mrs. Hal Kopplin, co-chairman; Mrs. Margaret Floyd, reservations; Mrs. Dan Fitch, decorations; Mrs. Jeanette Richmond, tickets; Mrs. K;rk Landon, seating. All proceeds will go to the Varietv Children's Hospital, 6131 S.W. 31st St. Home From Trin Mrs. Sidney L. Lewi, i r w spection.trip" "Ca^ES a? k province director'of A!!?; six!l i silon Phi sorority will r P > E PMix^i .u:o... i' return to Miami this Sunday "f. !" ur snect.nn fain to d&Jg T Tennessee 8 urtfine's LINEN! NEW RESORT SLACKS WORN WITHOUT BELT $1 Q.50 18 Rich-textured, cool linen plus adjustable v/aist band — a rec! comfort combination for a man's casual wear! Snugtex waist inserts, full pleats and zipper closing red, forest green, navy, cocoa, blua or maize in the group; regular sizes. Men's Clothing, Street Floor Burdine's, Miami. Tamara Chapter To >ame Leaders, A slate of new officers for 1950-51 will be presented at a meeting of Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Women, to be hold on Tuesday evening, March 28, at the Town and Beach Club, Miami i Beach. Mrs. Ben P. Kazer is nominating chairman. Her committee consists of the Mesdames Israel Slotsky, Philip Bloom, Louis Lemberg. Herbert Oster. Jack H. Kane and Miss Lillian Bogdan. The slate to be voted upon at the meeting includes, president, Mrs. Theodore Landesman; first vice president. Mrs. Philip Bloom; second vice president. Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz: third vice president', Mrs. Albert Rosen; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Margulies: financial secretary. Miss Lillian Bogdan; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ed Mass; recording secretary, Mrs. Max Sternstein. Passover Party Set The Hialeah-Miami Springs Sunday School will sponsor a Passover party on Sunday, March 26, at 10:30 a.m. in the Optimists' Room of the Curtiss Build.ng. Miami Springs. Lodge To Present Show At Kendall Home North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will present a show at the Kendall Home on Tuesday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m., according to Leo L. Steinman, community service officer, who is in charge of the event. Entertainers who will appear include Tommy Trent and his "Parade of Marionettes;" Maurice the Magician, and Pantomimist Charles Yulish. Universities Florida. w ,CbSee and On Tuesday Mrs. L*-,,, principal speaker at the inl.,^ t...n of officers and the mSt of pledges at the Uhljgfj Va., from June 23-27 ALAN GALE To Perform At Pratt Members of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center will perform at the "B'nai B'rith Night" at Pratt General I Hospital on Thursday, March 23, %  according to Leo L. Steinman. B'nai B'rith hospital chairman. Participants will bo Dorothy Rothstein, Ralph Lang, Ray Lavine, Shirley Alberts. Milt Schenberg and Mrs. Mildred Drazer. director. Well known host of the Celebrity Club, the "entertainers' entertainer." and long time resident of Miami Beach, says: TARR TOURS are the ideal travel agents for show people. When it is a last minute reservation, they don't know the word impoW#— 'right on the baH' every urne." 1 FAR11 'A Reliable Name in Trorel" —Ardmore Richard Nesbill. son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Nesbitt, 1550 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, March 25, at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The young man is a student at Miami Beach Junior High School. The Family of the Late LEE GAINSBORO Wishes to express its appreciation and gratitude to its man? friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy and love. ROKEACH BORSCHT Make your Holiday meals tempting ... wholesome! Serve ROKEACH BORSCHT. Also use all other ROKEACH PASSOVER PRODUCTS ...Kosher and Parve, of course—they're ROKEACH! 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FRIDAY. MARCH 24, 1950 *J&wlstt nrwlrto* #7 Personally Speakinq... Mr. and Mrs. Larry Levenson, 530 N.E. 55th Terr., announce the birth of a daughter, Shari Lynn, on March 1 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Elliot Field, WKAT announcer, left Thursday morning for Bradenton, Fla., where he will emcee a mammoth variety show •rjonsored by the Bradenton Junior Chamber of Commerce as PAGE NINE jrt oi the L>e Sotc Exposition being held there. Field served in I jjT e same capacity at the Gator Growl Pep Rally during the I University of Florida's Homecoming celebration last fall. "^ ^^ "^ Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Shepherd announce the birth of a son, John Martin, on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Al Herschkorn of West Palm Beach have as their guests their niece. Miss Regina Jacoby, and their cousin, Mrs. Clara Wiener, both of New York. H "^ ^R Mrs. Joseph Mendel of West Palm Beach is ill in a convalescent home. She is the widow of a former mayor of West Pal mBeach. Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., entertained at a family | dinner in honor of her husband's birthday on March 15. Detroiters Feted Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weisman, Detroit, Mich., arrived in Miami Beach on March 9 to celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary on Match 11 with their mother. Mrs. Nathan Brotman of Montreal, Canada and sister, Ruth Brotman, of Miami Beach. A dinner in their honor at the Grossinger Hotel marked the occasion. Miss Brotman also entertained at a dinner party at her home in their honor. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, Portland, Maine, Mr. and Mrs. Long Coral Gables, Mrs. N. Brotman, Montreal, Canada. Audrey Edrich Miami Beach. The Weismans were also entertained at a luncheon at the Sans Souci Hotel. They are guests at the Governor Hotel, Miami Beach, and will spend several weeks before returning to Detroit. New 55c Unit To Hold .Social Affair Invitations to a social to be given by the new Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress on Saturday. March 25 at 8:30 p.m. at the Town and Beach Club have been sent to 200 persons, according to an announcement by Frederick Grossberg, acting chairman. Miss Clara Goldenberg and Morris Kogan have arranged the evening's entertainment, which will include exhibition dancing bv Arthur Murray, cards, dancing and refreshments. "There has long been a need in this area for an AJC chapter composed of men and women," Grossberg said. Further information about the! affair may be obtained by calling 5-7258 or 5-7510. Sarah Brameister Betrothed to T. Nelson Gables Sisterhood Urges Citizens To Register In order to encourage registra! tion for the May primaries tha j Sisterhood of the Coral Gables, 1 Jewish Center is offering trans> portation to and from the court ] house for all persons who wish' to register, Mrs. Helen Gerstenfeld, president, has announced. Deadline for registration is April 1 and anyone desiring transportation is asked to call Mrs. Gerstenfeld. —Ardmore Making plans for the luncheon on Friday, March 24, which will mark the first anniversary of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah are (seated, 1. to r.) Mrs. Morris Alpert, president; Mis. I. M. Weinstein, who will review the John Hersey novel, "The Wall." following the luncheon; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman: and Mrs. Sol Leslie, "Friday Review" chairman. | ,VVM\v.\VAV^WVMWVMVUVVAWV^VVVSnAVVNAfVVVVV I JOIN US AT OUR COMMUNITY SEDER 5 Given by THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION j at 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue j SATURDAY. APRIL 1st, 1950. AT 8 P.M. ', Conducted by our IKABBI SIMON APRII and Cantor Berele Kelemer Catered Dinner — Passover Kashruth Strictly Observed MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW Call Mrs. William Weintraub at 9-4036 Floral Festivity The re is a special thrill in regiving flowers to add to the 9'ow of a Passover holiday. For *• Icrgest selection of flower9 P lan ts. novelty centerpieces, TH flowers and corsaqes come -i or call ... y C fr n RS £, GES PLANTS fromS2 -00 fromS2.50 £ir Uxoltr (Garfcrns, 3Jnc. M 'ami Beach Harold Schuyler To I Become Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schuyler, '5835 North Bay Road, Miami Btach, announce the Bar Mitzvah oi their son. Harold, to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Saturday, March 25, at 9 a.m. The young man is a student at Nautilus Junior High School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate at the ceremony. Passover Story A Passover story entitled "The Weaver of Bagdad" will be featured by Jeanette Miller, dramatic teacher and radio performer, on "Storv Hour" Sunday at 7:45 a.m. Of interest to Jewish youth, the program is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and is heard every Sunday morning over station WMIE. — Kaye & Moldan Sarah Brameister and Ted Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Mack Brameister active in campus politics and of Palmetto, Florida, have anpublications, serving for two vears nounced the engagement of their as managing editor of the "Allidaughter, Sarah, to Ted Nelson, gator, on the Honor Court and son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nel; as general manager of the Coson, 1320 Michigan Ave., Miami operative Living Organization. HeBeach, i js financial secretary and proBoth Miss Brameister and Mr. 2ram chairman of the Miami Nelson are well known in Zionist Zionist District, co-chairman of and musical circles, being active tne Young People's League of in Miami Beach Masada and the the Miami Beach Jewish Center, choir of Congregation Beth David. as well as on the Sunday School The bride-elect, music teacher f' aff f the nte f: a !" emb er ot at Biscayne Elementary School, is "• j? 10 131 Youth £. omm '? S!0 n a graduate of the College of Ed? r nd Sholem Lodge of B nai B nth ucation of Florida State Uni" has served as president of versity, where she was a leader! Mlaml Beach Masada and as a in campus music activities, servregional vice President of that ing as secretary of the Artists : organization Mi. Nelson is asseries. She attended Brandeis sociated in the practice of law Music Camp in California and is *** Councilman Burnett Rota a private teacher of piano, in | o f Mia mi Beach. addition to her public school i : ~"I ^T~~, —• duties, she is on the staff of the! To Mark 15th Birthday Temple Beth Sholem Sunday My ra Gainsboro. daughter ol School. Mr* Lee Gainsboro. 609 16th St.. Mr. Nelson is a graduate of the Miami Beach, will be honored on University of Florida and the her 15th birthday with a dinner University of Miami Law School, given by her friends at the Pickin As an undergraduate he was Chicken on Saturdav, March 25. SWISS KNIGHT ,s THE FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. The perfect combination for attractive, appetizing, nourishing snacks, salads, dairy lunches and suppers, desserts. Remember whenever you bay fruit get 1 a box of your favorite clreese — delightful Swiss Knight to enjoy with it! 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PAGE TEN U*UttkricJinr FRIDAY, MARCH ?.d ^ Seal Sale Aids Crippled Kids TSRAEL LEADERS ARRIVE TOTOUR^ORUJA] MIS. C. II. Reeder, %  he Dado County Crippled Children, Urged all interested % %  I .:* T.' *L'. •• I president of •y of this week in the care rr.d treatment of disabled children to call on the society for • c.vi( n where such services may be obtained. "We are able to carry on these services because of the funds derived from the annual Easter Seal si I is now in full ." she said. "Not only do we provide treatment for the! crippled and cerebral palsied, but' the Dade County Society for Crippled Children and the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, with which we are affiliated, are staffed with trained consultants. Those who wish to offer handicapped children the best available treatment and carare urged to contact the societv at 806 Douglas Road. Coral Gables, phone 4-983.">. for information. "A stall of medical adv occupational, physical, and s] tnpl '' %  tnent selors. social workers and re%  national off •: 11 insultation services to affiliati d state and on all phases of the tment and training services pro* vidi Easter S< Is by' te and n ." Mrs. i Eddy to Sing Here On Monday Xight Nelson Eddy, popular American baritone, will appear in) recital at Miami Edison Hign School on Monday. March 27, at 8-30 p.m. under the auspices of the University of Miami. Eddv has enjoyed success in .opera."oratorio, radio, recordings, 'concert and motion pictures. Included on this program will be sea chanties, folk songs, lieder as well as selections by Gounod, Debussy, Saint-Saens. Massenet, d'lndy and Gilbert and I Gables. Sullivan. Accompanying the handsome singer at the piano will be Theodore Paxson. who will pi av Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brilliante by Chopin as a solo. Tickets for the perfoimrnce may be secured at the symphony office, main campus; University of Miami downtown ticket office ;?40 S.E. 1st St.: Miami Beach Radio Co.; Amidon's in Coral Director Absorption and Jacob officer, have Dr. George Josephthal (left), Department of the Jewish Agency for Palcsfne. Salomon. outstanding Israel attorney and armv arrived in the United States for particrpahon .n the 1950 Un,led Jewish Appeal campaign. Dr. Josephthal. who direct. Israels unprecedented program for the care nnd absroplion of newcomers nroorams of its th-ee constituent agencies—the United Palestine Appeal the JcYnt Dfctxibution Committee, and f,e United Service for New Americans. Hebrew Seliool To Hold Sedorlm • brew ~ : 1 I and C • 26, %  R %  Sii n April v are Mrs. Dav Mrs. ton and Mrs. I The Miami i! Con n will als i sp n a • Seder on Satur %  8 p.m. in the dining 1 uild ng, 1101 • : Ave. Rabbi April will i nd Can: r Bereli %  %  will i tit the ] :: tered the Passover K .ruth tly observed. tained I ing Mrs. : ". int 9-4036 or !Auxiiliarv So Hear Itablii l.eliriiian Ri nan %  The : ing of thi M'ai B W Aux .;. ti i thi Ji .-. ish Homt r % %  the Ag< d on Tuesd; y, Man h 28. ai 1 i %  : ''.• %  ...ii :! Miami Beach. President Mrs. Benjamin Appel will officiate. Cantor Jacob Y. G ildring will offer vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag at the piano. Miss Clara Goldenberg. chairllearh Cent* To Hold Model Seder A model Socle:: %  II bi c inducted by the Miami B Jewish Center Schools S mday, Mar b 26. at 10 a.m. in : patio. The Seder will be conduct* d bj : Irving Lehrman. with the • %  nts. Slated to participate are i r, Roy Calechman, Eioffspiegel, Arthur Holtz, i ild Isen, Leonard Kay. Irving Feigenblatt, Stephen Blane, Paul W( iss. Frank Bauer. Robert Staiman Peter Hornick. Sandra Lev>, Jason Lesser. Melvin Wolfe. B ley Barbai Turoff and R %  Klonsky. The Seder '.'.ill be sponsored •l and the p i • nt-Ti %  iation. ; : %  I'TA who will act as hostesses include the l. onard Wolfe, I •. Irving ; n, Samuel Paul Wai :en. Mu rlermai L luis Roloff, I ving Cypei G( man. Leo Brand Hy Swi et? H ith S heinfi Id, Gertrude SiegeL L> e Kaplan, Manny Jacobson. Ray Wilson, .i Z Allen Waller and William Waller. Junior Congregati n Passover services will take place in the chapel of the center. Sunday and Monday, Apr:! 2 and 3. and Saturday and Sunday. April 8 and 9. at 9:30 a.m. Stuart Blumbcrg of the post : Bar Mitzvah class will act as rabbi: Stuart Rubin, grade 4. will Program Will Present Story Of Franz Boas Neil Ha: lollywood i in "The Story of F Bi as," i imous anthropologist., in ti %  %  -.i lie ;n the "I•' "'•' :• %  : Great Am : • %  Sal 2 • 5 p.m. over .-'.at. :: WVCG, (' bles. Participants in the minute live panel discussion t i follow the transcription will be: Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Florida regiona. office. Anti-Defama League of B'nai B'rith, moderator: Professor Edward Beard, department of sociology, and Pro! Millar A. F. Ritchie, depart-:. %  nl of education. University of Mi m of a ie&t\w The wise old owl knows Chase Federal Insured Savings Accounts earn liberal dividends twice yearly. Join him today where your savings are Federally insured for safety where your morWy is always available when you need it. Chase Federal Savings MAU! 0-FICE 1100 Lincoln Ho.ui •k: ss-Mll NORTH BEACH OFFICE 7435 Collins An. C. L. CLEMENTS, Pr. P£SO^RCES OVER $16,000,000 r:7331 man of the nominating committee, will present a slate of officers act as cantor and Joseph Schwartz and board members for the next of grade 2, will read from the term. Torah. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public: 1. Not to buv PASSOVER PRODUCTS unless you consult an orthodox, authentic Rabbi as to the veracity of the product; Rabbi who endorses the That statements such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted" do not verify that the place is kosher: That hotels and restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet not be kosher for Passover as well as for the whole year around: That the insignia of the GMVH n 1 D 3 on a chicken in a live poultry market is only proof that it is kosher when it is freshly killed and not when it is frozen; That chickens that do bear the ring with the insignia of the GMVH fl "'" J in the stores are endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad: 6. That meat markets without the sign of the GMVH are neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3S95. 3. 4. 5. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec S. LOBEL, Treas. maim i Ml mm



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pnmAY. MARCH 24, 1950 An Open Letter To The Editor Of The Jewish Floridian +Jmtst)fk)rkto> l wj PAGE ELEVEN Journalist To Speak At Hollywood Jewish Center eliminated, they will then be com%  T £ e Jew '"h Community Center pelled to build proper housing H< ^'ywood will observe Welunits or suffer the loss of revenue 5 re f edferat, on Sabbath Friday. I hope and trust that I have rch 24, at 8;15 Pm with ^e made my position clear that as ^PP earanc e of Yehuda Hellman. long as private capital is willine j m e F nead of tn United Nations to invest and will comply with Jewis 1 Telegraphic Agency bulaw that I am of the firm and £ a h ",i n T a !" !" ho *'" s P eak in conscientious opinion that it oen ~ u 0I tne United Jewish Apshould be given every opportuni; P n ty to do so and that federal as-ir i, and edu cated in Israel sistance in the nature of federal f? c lman studied a t the Hebrew housing should not be acceptable i T 5 '! 7 '" Jerusalem and re-I to a community wher the SUDDIV ved !" f de r ee in political \ of housing is adequate to take I sc,en f e ?' the American Uni• care of the demand. diversity of Beirut. Statements have been made | l&f h^rt^ !" ^. | i — — % % % % % %  •->".. wincolored and whitelerfion of W PalSne' "" '*"** Agt nCy f r will rer. i ^vJ S th b Ut l take place An ^^utive of the local Fdsnace in he Wai* !" 6 a, "u Unt u' f eralion wil! P !" *" Hellman and space in the local press as has the Rabbi Jacob J Home will conI discussions in the past week. ; duct the services Mrs Hal"e! 1 am sure you will recall that Wagner will be guest soloist in my campaign for election to : %  the office of City Commissioner. I Mi. Fred Shochet, Editor Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida Dear Fred: \t last Wednesday's City Commission meeting I was one of the majority of the commissioners voting "No" ""on the proposal submitted concerning slum clearance and federal aid for public housing. The Miami Herald and Miami Daily News have carried editorials and numerous news stories severely criticizing the majority pf the commissioner* on our stand and vote. I would like to take this opportunity, in consideration { 0 r your previous support during mv candidacy for election to the City Commission and the consider.'! accurate reports you gave f my views concerning my candidacy." to tell you why V voted "No" on federal housing, first : all, I am certain that mderstand and I trust my -.: will realize that ite in the negative for assistance from the federal government foi additional public housj stated that" I had "made" no c ing in Miami, in my opinion, doer I mitments to any person or per-' not preclude nor does it indicate i sons, eroup or groups of peoples' the lack :" interest in the elimi' and that on alloccasions if nation o; sub-standard housing i elected, that I would vote in'acin the city. cordance with the dictates of mv I am firmly convinced and i own conscience and I want you t I satisfied that the Federal Housins I believe that I am firmly con-' Act. o: adopted in 1937.1 vinced and satisfied that there is was at the time of its adoption, a I no need for additional public plan c.nu• %  -.ved for the betterment: housing with federal asistance in of the entire country. The reason I Miami today and that if I felt being thai at that time and for such a need existed. I would vote •.hereafter, the hous| to get it. In the firm belief that rtaee was acute and a i my vote will eventually be in the serious problem in many areas of; interest of the greatest number of lh( United States and particularly, people and for the benefit of not in Miami I am just as much | only this community but the that there is no j country as a whole, I am need : r federal assistance inYours sincerely Ifurth public housing prolonPBivnrr :. the Miami area today for ... rr L1 f" BA NDEL this reason: Even the Miami Miami City Commissioner.' bsewspapers have stated publicly \ Bhattherec rds reflect that Miami I — leads the country in home buildotate To Observe Nat 1 tog. This immediately suggests. ; N egro Health Week lii one : %  a proponent of the public ; Ihousini the iry, that building i Florida, like other Southern. [homes does not necessarily mean states, has good reason for adding [suitable living quarters for the; special emphasis to the observOfficiating at the traditional •people who are accustomed and, a nce of National Negro Health Passover Seders al the Delano [have been forced to live in slum| w eek A P nl 2 "9according to Dr Hotel on Saturday and Sunday. |areas or sub-standard houses.' !" llson JSowder. Florida State April 1 and 2. will be Cantor [That, of : urse. is true. However, | Health officer. Milton Freedman. Assisting him [the principal objection that I have! '"We are encouraged by the will be the Miami Beach Jewish [heard raised to the sub-standard notable progress in the field of Center Choir under the direction [housing condition presently existNegro health during the past 20 of Ben Yomen. [ing in Miami has been that the years.'' Dr. Sowder added. "But so Gables Center To Hold Sedorim Boys and girls ef the Coral Gables Jewish Center Religious Schools will conduct their first annual model Seder under thcdirection of Rabbi Morris Skop on Sunday, March 26. at 10 am. Rsr Mitzvah boys will chant the Kiddush and join Cantor Joseph W. Malek in the Passover melodies A luncheonette will be served under the direction of Mrs. Ruph Bargteil, principal. The center will sponsor an adult Seder on Sunday, April 2, at 6:30 p.m. with Mrs. Maurice Cort-nblum as chairman. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs bim Silver or the temple office on or before Sunday, March 26 Card Party Scheduled Congregation Beth El and its Sisterhood will sponsor a card party on Sunday, March 26, at 8 p.m. at Dora August Memorial Hall. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Max Rapaport. Assisting her are the Mesdames George SoJinger, Abe Pepper, and Abiat.dm Greenberg. Gisnet To Speak Morris Gisnet will speak on "Judaism and Humanity" in Hebrew at a meeting of the Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith of Greater Miami on Sunday, Mar'-h 26, at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th St., Miami Bfcach. [high rental rates have compelled long as the Negro death rate lags [many of the Negroes to live in significantly behind that of the Poultry Plucking Machine [overcrowded rooms, aoartments white population, we still have H;J_ H„< u ..„;..„ [and houses. It is quite possible cause for concern. %  %  } U Y Housewives Ithat this is true. But. the high "Disease and death draw —' shochet. will be on the puswisen [cause of the law of supply and we are concerned with health Idemar.d. There are presently education and prevention meas|5£n!t ,S !" ,V^f[—r'~greeted and being erected many, ures for such diseases as tuber%£*?£** a n l !" ""***> fr0m pany 5n d apartments culosis and venereal disease \ 830 am to 2 30 ? ^ %  Rucnwill] :e standard housamong Negroes." rngfacil:-,:, tor the Negro people Progress Florida has made in Beach AJC To Meet Eft-fed : %  n ^ theeX1 ft: Creasing the life span of its The Miami Beach Chapter it I r.units, private Negro populatlon is shown m the j^^^^ Jew:5h C or., Ino T •J nvested £ statistical tables compiled by the has scheduled its next meeting Enid5h ; ig£g"^^ State Health Board's Bureau of for Monday. March 27. at I p.m. %  upon ?hV •/ %  '•• •" ^ "f retur v% ned Vital Statistics. at the Town and Beach Club Miestment furnishing, x 1M0 f instanC e. the life i ami Beach. emand. art :. the very near [. ut urfc PPing it, will forcibly feauce the amount of rent now r :n § sought the land owners. L!.y licly, and I am F'i rirrr. in my position, that I L as a City Commis%  zen of Miami and .'"' r -Severy bit of kJ nc '' that r Posibly can in EUmi '• %  '' towards the C !" ." 81 • tandard housCM'V, S"* 3 "^ by condemnation Kir N COn C : : the P"T>ose of K 1 ;nd from the land bf PJ r ther %  •' %  the purpose C,S emnm 8 % % %  as suitable -I giving the molishmg the condemned six years. committee will also be appointed. 6 bia MdteiM ist their ewt* s^ka-feilinq bcelfe MANISCHEW1TZ KOSHER fOR PASSOVER gefilte fish opportunity of nden iuses ^iMJng thereon t %  propIhe'rL h will meet KuS Uireme nts if the health, Jhe X .ndarda that In v. U and Wil1 requ lr e. Kr to 7 hat K(t commonly r iv ate eanth.' '" ee L :nJe rprise or •ed that ,? %  a i vh n lt "'*PiuicK A „ Clty Commission ,n Pentalw" '* ::n otner governP and thl es are adamant in randard K?' r P^'t'on that sub1 fusing w,il have to be For Your Pnssmvr Xvvtls FREE DELIVERY Anywhere in Greater Miami! MANISCHEWITZ CONCORD GRAPE. 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PAGE TWELVE 9-Jewlst ncrkiian FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 111 It Happened On Passover By RABBI PHILIP GOODMAN Director of Jewish Education of JWB's Jewish Center Division Thi, collection Of qualnl and unfamiliar sideliRhts on Mm^h adults published by JWB.—THE EDITOR. .,„;„„Caucasion Jews observe the Seder ceremony with a unique custom. Several families assemble together in the home of the Chacham (Wise Man). In the midst of the service, an impressive dramatization is enacted ... A knocking, made by one of the young men masqueradina as a poor traveller from the rioiy Land, is heard at the door. When and abroad were organized during the four war-time Passovers (1942-45) by the National Jewish Welfare Board through its artni d services workers and Jewish chaplains. During this period JWB shipped to all corners of the world more than 1.000.000 pounds a of matzoth. tons of kosher f.-od of Jerusalem and assures the supplies and nearly 500,000 Haggathering of the speedy rcdemp' gadahs. Ini 1949. four years after tinn of all Israel the war. JWB made posible seder, tion ot an uran. f | ^ ug domestic and 31 over seas At the conclusion of the Seder military installations For these service, each male Jew of Morocseders JWB shipped 3.500 pounds co places a staff and pack over his j of kosher foods ranging from shoulder and rushes into the I eefilte fish to chicken fat and. street shouting these words of the j from borsht to nuts: 20.000 pounds | Haggadah: 'In this mai I IT of matzoth. 6..00 Haggadah* and { forefathers went out of Egypt. 33 000 Passover greeting cards and I their kneading troughs bound up leaflets. ^"^"^I* !" ts t t^ i in the:.' clothes upon their! being made for Passovei this Beth Sholom PTA To Seat Leaders no answer is forthcoming, the young man calls and asks for permission to enter. Following a ci nv: sation in which the I ves evidence of the fact that he is a Jew. he is admitted into the room. He brings hearty greetings from the sages shouldc: s." # According t i a leading r baker. year. • In the davs of the Talmud, it was customary to make matzohs I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES A Passover Reflection By ARTHUR I. ZEIGER I believe in miracles. It is through miracles that the Eternal speaks to man. Specifically I believe in the miracle: The blade of grass whose mvstery science may exolain but never fully understand. In the miracle of an EpvDt'fi Israeli, stammerin? in speech, standing before Earth's then greatest potentate demanding. "Let mv peopl" go" In the miracle of es-^no from Er/votian bondage plains* overwhelming odds and Israel's wandering for fortv vears on an area now traversed in so many minutes. The choosing of Israel to receive the Torah for itself and act as the custodian of this Holv Bond between man and his Maker helped reach the highest state, prosperity. The miracle of %  Italo-Spanish convert, but sw-jl ly and at heart a true and devil the very year when his breth !" .i were compelled to take the v£\ J^ a ?. 1 i'_.. d i .l C -. Ver ng America u sal dering staff in search of friendUJ shores. "*| The miracle that every natil that maltreated the Children*! Israel, from Egypt down to Hl present day. went down into ok!l livion or has lost its erstwhM power and prestige. The miracle of the Seder ci mony; its survival and nbse*vail by the Children of Israel throurtl out the world, North. South. E and West, from the time of i liverance from bondage to day and for the ages to come 1 observance is not by firewo'rh So?onlv ETthe child !" of Sri ^al^ofV^^ "^ ^SUtS%* Com! 3~33 i ne mii diii ui in.* *", „" J ; pulse voluntarily manifested'. BSSfV JSCi ti fei^ Torah into the Babylonian Exile: Vtt irl ?.U leavenc i bread • different artistic shapes and a bar m< ns figures. These forms we"-" n t arH< proved by many authorities as it that we can tell when %  :tated allowing the stand longer which might cause fermentation. While the original n not ere 1 nsumption of mate has in the past few yi has been a great gain in Mexic and Cuba. At times, too, a decrei %  • may be indicative of another trend in Jewish life, S times such a decrease signifies a diminishing of the religioui msciousness." "Chad Gadya." the concluding hymn of the Haggadah. written in Aramaic, served to into I children as it is written in the same style as the nursery rhyme. "This is the house that Jack built." Another song of the Haggadah begins with: "Who knows one? I know one: One is the Eternal, who is above heaven and earth." ntinues asking and answering questions up to thirteen. It is said that this was written especially as a :hildren's song, to keep • %  sted in the Sed. I .ti end. • • I group seders :' r Jewish • 1 in the purpose of perforating matzoh was to prevent it from rising, in manv instances the perforations wete utilized to form figures of anim?k and .flowers. • • In the hills oi Shechem, Palestin", the Samaritans, a small sect, who number less than two bundled and claim descent from the Lost Ten.Tribes of Israel, celebrate Passover today as it was observed thousands of years ago. On the eve of the festival, they assen.ble on Mt. Gerizim, attired in long, white, flowing gowns and with due pomp and ceremony sacrifice the paschal lamb. A true description of the service as it is now enacted by the Samaritans is contained in the Bible itself. "They shall take to them every man a lamb, a Iamb for a household and-the--whole assembly of the congregation o* Israel shall kill it at duSk;. and thus shall ye eat it: with your kins girded, your shoes .on.your feet and your.jStaH: in your hand: and ye ; JEWibil IU1CJ III "5 VUUI ,*ttU' HI ,*>'' i.awvi. at home'shall eat :-it in-haste • 1-vOC.. .. .... %  —Ardnioro Mrs. Hymnn Kaplan The newly elected oficers and directors of the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom will be installed at a luncheon with a Passover motif on Monday. March 27. at 12:30 p.m. in the temple patio. The luncheon will be preceded by a special Passover Seder institute for mothers at 11 a.m.. during which all mothers will participate in a Seder and learn now to make their home ceremony an interesting function. Officers who will be seated are Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, president: Mrs. Norman Russ, first vice president; Mrs. Leon Kronish. second vice president; Mrs. Eugene Weine, recording secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Mandell, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Neil Kars, treasurer; Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, honorary president. Board members who will be installed include the Mesdames Leon Alexander, Saul Cohen, Max Diener, Aaron Farr, Sam Frankel, David Godlin. Charles Goldberg, Gilbert Goldman, Joseph Gould, Harold Grannff. Bernard Hoffman, Lewis Huntington, Morris Kandel, Maurice Kovnat, Jack Lawson, Jack Low. William Masur, Lyon Pitt. Lou Ross, Ben Sabin. Randolph Shevach, Carl Susskind Aaron Tubin. Bertram I Waller, Louis Zeller; Mrs. Leon J. Ell and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, ex-offieio. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the congregation, will conduct the ccremonv. assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemor. Mrs. Norman Russ is in charge of reservations. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman is in charge of the luncheon, which will be a home-cooked meal. he Second Commonwealth: the destruction of the Temple by a 'heinous tyrant. In all this destruction, shame and humiliation, the miracle of the survival of the Israeli spirit and thspread of the L3w to th remnants of Israel and through them to the nations of the world. The miracle of carrving the torch of enlightment in the midst of the dark ages so that the continuity of the law may not be interrupted. The miracle of ten thousand score, over 200.000 Spanish Israeli, rather than to change the faith of their forefathers, like one man. left their centuries-old Iberian domicile. The miracle of escaping the inquisition and the auto-da-fe in a land which they inhabited for centuries and which by their learning, industry and love they The miracle that ancient Isrrf was reborn as a nation on its en soil as a homeland after thousand years of wandering afl yearning. The miracle that tj language of their I, refatherj_ serving for two thousand ye only in writing and in letters, literature and compendia. moved from thi the peopfel became as if overnieht i living, throbbing language of I renewed nation. The miracle of the proph that the two great Democrac: America and Israel, will en: into an inseparable bond covenant with one another, spirit of Washington, Jefferso Lincoln and Roosevelt m entwine with that of the Propi* of yore that Shalom peace harmony may reign on this P for evermore. MENDELSOHN'S STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT FORMERLY AT 1301 COLLINS AVENUE HAS CLOSED ITS DOORS. THE ENTIRE MENDELSOHN FAMILY is now at MENDELSOHN'S LINCOLN MANOR 2 Lincoln Road Phone 53-4180 (Parking Facilities) MAKE YOUR PASSOVER RESERVATIONS NOW] for Sedorirri and Entire Passover Week Cantor Jacob Hrritinssii Will Officiate at the Sedorim ** j In the inset is James Donn, president of beautiful Gulfstream Park, which is now enjoying a very successful racing meet. 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DAY, MARCH 24, 1950 The Jewish UN Officials *'JewIst) ncrkHan PAGE THIRTEEN By DAVID Tl0 officials of the United •ations are devoting much nueht and energy these days to' ^living the acute problem cre\ei by the boycott of U.N. organs ,. t h' Soviei Blue in protest! gvnst"the continued presence cf rationalist Chinese delegates. As • ua l when the UN is up against 'ucial problems, a key figure in nhnnin" ->w1 npuntiatinnc ic ;,,, a l w hen the UN is up against 'cms, a key figure in 0 iind negotiations is ;, ex-New Deal lawyer lorn Brooklyn named Abraham \ \'oe Feller is the Sam RosenL* n of UN administration. As UN tneral counsel and Trygve iLe's trsonal counsel, Feller plays a Cl'p in the world organization, Irtuallv identical "'i'h that per-j l-p.^fi bv S.'!"t'ol RnRnnman f-•-1 r?< -"'•1! p*H *b a New %  ad— %  % %  .' : L'ke R^s^n-I I .... v. M Vfa—&*r fa--j | • '•>n 1.-"' n-ithc Ho V'plr..;p ffv-> h --'-i-nno"lftc nr?vi*" c |m m •>" T •'1' "•nttn-<; an** • -: -' necessank.-^lin''V P--.V.1.—<;. |c mar]r 44-V0Will L • • T'"-! r> V,f Imp's'--'" P novi-sri^ t*rkn %  5n#f*ns ^ ft-,.-,' "He h"*' h'S : !" n"'an''K • s his r.vp"t Id i—"-n'.o" *,-, tv.^' %  "•! ouestion. It %  '• %  it tb<> m^st; r%  •' % % % %  %  • factor >n the Jnmic ni -"•• S ^fon th f"iir I' % %  '"' is for sn injrim aere< •" n world con' the UN Atomic |iergy C rrmission by Gen.; ins P. R president of the j fcneral A-nblv The proposals: fere actual'v worked out bv Abe ,' r'or. at P mulo'a reauest. [There was nothing surprising in j Vmuln's deoision to call unon' kller for thp precedent-setting love of injecting the UN admini %  ration into the delicately-balbed delibe-it : ons of a sovereign K organ. Feller has been the Ti ch;ef trouble-shooter at lerv eritical moment in the! rrld orfar ration's hrjpf career | Bt was Feller who led the attack i f the Berlin stalemate that had | bst of the world closer to war, Iters than any other development of the cold war. He headed > the investigation of the Berlin I irrency pr.'blem which had' eipitated the Russian blockade I the city, a study that sought It failed to f:nd a way out of impasse. Eearlier, Feller jayed a key part in the discusfns on the Palestine situation Juch led to Great Britain's reF 5t for > Jpecial session of the WESLEY General Assembly in 1947 to take up the issue. Feller's tenure with the world parliament goes back well beyond the first Palestine case—so far back, in fact, that he can claim two "firsts." He was the first American hired by the UN after the official organization of the secretariat (he was hired by Lie ^^L^ a nd he was the first UN official to reach American shores from London, in which capacity he had the dubious distinction of selecting Hunter College gymnasium as the original American site of the orgenizatioi-.. His connections with the UN however, pre-date even this' period. A Harvard Law School graduate. Feller had been a special assistant to the AtterneyGeneral for six years of the New Deal, counsel for the TNEC and general counsel of the OWI. From these American posts he jumped "] to ,JJl?^ j ob of general counsel of UNRRA and then became a member of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations Preparatory Commission in London and to the first General Assembly meeting there. He also attended the proceedings at San Francisco as UNRRA representative; the only thing Feller missed was Dumbarton Oaks. Feller has managed to negotiate the zig-zag course back and forth between national and international employment without too much mal de mer, but it led to one rather odd situation. In London, he started out representing the United States in the UNUS. deliberations over the headquarters agreement and ended up representing the UN ;n the same discussions, having transferred ;obs meanwhile. 'The Poorest Son By ALFRED SEGAL Feller stoutly maintains, however, that the question of loyalties has never been an undue problem for him. even though he may be said to be involved in three instead of the usual two of other UN employees. Besides being an international official and an American, Feller has never made any bones about the fact that, as a Jew, he has a special interest in another UN member state—Israel. o v 7C> Of ***!* 4fc '/CHEVROLET JgSSS WFne ^/Chewolet Dealer" 8N 'W.7thA^Ph.2. In the case of the latter, he had a convincing opportunity not long ago to demonstrate his objectivity when he appeared before the International Court of Justice to argue the UN's claim for reparations in the death of UN employees in the performance of duty. The chief claim at the time was against Israel because of the killing of Count Bernadotte in Jerusalem, and Israel was protesting the claim. Feller won the case for the UN. The conflict of loyalties—one's j national background versus one's • responsibility to the UN—ha* long been one of the more fasci; nating human problems within ; the international body. Abe Feller, who has been confronted with it as long as anyone and as intimately because of his highlevel advisory position, has an explanation that illuminates in one sentence how the conflict has been resolved so successfully for the # great majority of UN employees. "I neither lean over backward nor lean over forward," i he says. "That would be false. I can serve the UN without schizophrenia simply because I believe its constant strengthening and its success is in the larger interest of the United States." NYLON LINE 300 FT. U.S. 600x16 TIRES 45 LB. J 8-77 I, I know the guy very well. I (have come across him often in | the course of a long journey of a life-time. At times I get mad at nim but more often I laugh He t is so amusing. Finally, I am sad 1 "l? !" th e one who is called The Wicked Son in the Seder service. He is the second of those four sons of whom tntothei : three arc the Wise Son, the Foolish ;.V>n and the son who is unable to ask what Pesaeh is all about. 1 he being too young. You remember the Wicked Son makes his appearance almo I al : the beginning of the Haggadah He is the one who asks the ques!.',?"_ w,ln m ''tking impudence: What mean YE by this service'" He sits at the Seder like an insolent stranger who haa been let in on it. The Had lal him: "Inasmuch as he says YE and not WE. he excludes himself from the household of Israel." His father is instructed by Haggadih to answer him: "We have this Seder because of that' which the Lord did for ME v. hen I came forth out of Egypt For ME and not for YOU, for had. vou been there, you would not nave been found worthy of being redeemed." Yes. I have :.'--n the '. %  every once in awhile. His IS Zilch, let us say; though he occurs under various names. I remember when he was starting to build his house he looked around for a spot where there are no other Jews. There he hoped to live in a separation so complete that hi? %  : Id %  -. could forget they had started out to be Jewish. He was still feeling about being Jewish as he did far back there in the Haggadah. He was disappointed in the 1 new house, though. It wasn't long before anether Jew with the same idea came out that way to : live, bult his house next door, practically. The two hated each other. He said to his wife, "It seems we just can't escape them. Where we go, they go." His wife said she could just, hate herself, the way she was; born. By this she meant she felt that way because she was bom I in a Jewish family. Her father, j a gentle little man. had meant no harm and wouldn't have done i a thing to hurt her at the time. Surely, he would have said. "Better my daughter shouldn't be born than to suffer." But he didn't know how she would suffer and so she was born. He named her Sarah, not knowing what pain the name would give ; her later. She came to hate her name but name :s easily rid of. So in time she took the name of Ruth. She did not know that Ruth was Biblically Jewish, too. bui what she didn't know couldn't hurt her. She was thankful that as Ruth she was helping herself to escape Jewish connections — • until the time the other Jewish family moved in practically next door. Mr. and Mrs. Zilch had a house that was the last word, as they say. By pressure on electronic buttons everything they desired came to them. One button kept them cool in the summer-time another button warmed them at I the frrat touch of winter, but they I weren't really comfortable. Those people next door' M.-3. [ Zilch was always saying the place would be perfect if it weren't for I those people next door But ther. hating a neighbor isn't the worst discomfort to be suffered. You can even enjoy the spiritual exercise of hating a neighbor. It keeps the bIod in warm circulation. What really made the Zilches so uncomfortable at 4838 ShangriLa Drive (that was their address was that they hated themselves as much as they did. They hared the way they warn born Je-isn. (Continued on Page 13 Searching For Chometz ^r --—^-,;--. -.*.-!" ~ --. Pictured above U a father searching for chomet*. This act must be performed prior to Passover to make certain that the house is entirely free of leavened bread. This year, due to the fact that the fint Seder falls on Saturday night, the search must be conducted on Thursday evening. March 30. All cnomets discovered during the search must be burned by 10:40 ajn. Friday. March 31. HIAS has forwarded a substantial amount of remittances to individuals in Israel from their friends and relatives here in America. Thousands upon thousands of dollars were thu3 hllHIglll to needy ind i v idua l! and at the same time helped the %  --,.-.-..-.-./ .'.< %  nation. •JEWISH III SIM.SS WOMAN With good background, accustomed meeting public, as active partner in well established Florida branch of national organisation; unlimited possibilities; nominal investment. Ph. 82-1065 or write Box 2738. Miami 17 IDE RITZ PLAZA DIRECTLY OK THE OCEAW AT 17TH ST. MIAMI BEACH SEDER SERVICES conducted by Rabbi Samuel B. Fingerhut April 1st and 2nd COMPLETE J BANQUET 6. Per Pa "•• %  '-' fndndea Win* and Tr s sd rS a o al Pasaover Service Catered by the well known Reeterurantear ; kOMIKR (Live)l CHICK ESS Slaughtered When Ordend U"dmr Suflerv'iicn jf ffjBD'f For Eastar Choicest Pullets. Ca p ons. Turkeys. 7 it Tarlings. Dw Sav from Mc *o 11.00 an *ach rhicirsn Herman Poultry] n 'fc'ir :?-. 50-183! 3? !f.'V. 5th St. MU;m, 3-751 Harry "Pappy" Feinberg Pevwovpr Dinner* served daring entire Paiwovfr Week FTLL COrr>. : ~ OTTER 52-JM AWt 2a*raSon CcB FreaJ *cSe ITi ilaa %  D'rlotM t



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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1950 • 'Jenistifh rid inn Passover—A Time Of Deliverance Th> Poorest Son PACI: nrn:i:N By MOSES A. LEVITT (Executive Vice Chairman, Joint Distribution Committee) For hundred? of thousands of Jews overseas, Passover 1950 holds special, personal meaning. More than 200,000 Jews in Israel will sit down to the Seder service to celebrate not only the journey of their fathers from bondage to freedom, but their own similar journeys. Twelve months ago. at this I time, these very same Jews were African lands ready to leave the living in European lands, or in *' ,,h and squalor of their | anv of a dozen Arab countries, or homes. They, too, look forward in "far-off Shanghai. Their Seder t o th e age-old dream—"'Next Yeai took place in a drab DP camp in Jerusalem." in Germany, or the dark squalor : In addition, a second "Magic of a Jewish ghetto in a North Carpet Operation" is now in African city or a lowly hut in progress from certain Countries of mounts.nous Yemen. the Near East where Jews Now, a year later, thanks to: suffered persecution and fa JDC's "Operation Magic Carpet." j The full story of these people and which has airlifted more than I the countries from which they 42.000 Jews from Yemen to Israel, i come cannot be reported at this and to less spectacular JDCtime, but the numbers are large sponsored emigration operations, and the need for prompt action these Jews find themselves, %  remains a grave concern miraculously, in Israel. And while Anri f !" iHii BMM^. „ .ur y -V&r D ~ u ndergoing ^^JnSfirjsiStH^SSF-i'SS IHI" e^mS-^d^cCm^ & are at las: free citizens in a free feSST toLriTZSfillg But the Jews who haxe arrived ^hL^PaSvc-^l?^' in Israel since Passover last, arti t Jithrmt a f e *'" ta not the :.:;.• ones for whom the Ut h me and % %  "** Seder service will have a deep u Among them are 4.000 so-called ning. In Europe still, "hard core" who have been in North Africa's cities and towns, f"m immigration beca-j countries of the Near ness age or physical disabilitie E are tens of thousands For them, a medical welfare it the ancient praygram, established in Israel b er, "Next Year in Jerusalem." Israeli government, the J< pe. All told, there Agency and the JDC will 130.000 Jews, exforth enable them to leave ft the Holy Land Spe rehabilitation cenfa ng prepared in I 1.500 immigrants are receiving care under :h offers new hope to -r.hr-: core" DPi to tea I handicapped J Euroand Moslem Ian d new immigrarj :r. Israel. n* K are tl : I sonai idU utij E B it bethei men fervent ;.. "Next Year in Jei :: rr.^= s~ = r.d i>. upon the Air.*.-;:s.-. 1 community arid ::• response Uruted Jewish Appeal. where they are tc a home %  : i giganti: undertaauns. uag large-scale Ships ar.d plase-s :;.-.-• movin se waiting to go to States and other lands, ; aiding on JDC—ar.d wish Appeal which pi v funds for JDC's rer. and res v. M—to help them at dream of (Continued from Page 13) they hated the wav theii Ji identity kept Intruding on them, tney hated their faces when they looked in the mirror, When you hate vouiself It's .i constant, dull pain. Thi re's no stimulation in it like the hate thai you give out against sort,, one else. You go to bed with it. you arise with it. p accompanies you on your pleasure trips to night clubs; it trots along with you at th
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ibdfewiislfcUEIliDipidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME
23NUMBER 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
leforrci Rabbis Suggest That Judaism Support Israel
lecome Active Missionary Religion *Pker Urges
riMCINNATL (JTA)Suggestions that Judaism again be- ** CWry
scn active missionary religion, as it was in the pre- rt?2E2?.A e"dleSS _S-*
ome en u-" r* .cities where 8d.OO0 newcomers to
hristian era, were made this week at the opening of a Israel are now living as -the
..dcv Institute on Reform Jewish Theolcqy, held at the ; cancer spots" of the new nation.
to
United
at it is
vine sanction, but a suggested _! responsibility of the American
,, 6S" 7r Jewish community to finance the
guide that can be used by rabbis immigration and absorption of
Rsbbi F '' Ierman. chairman j^d congregations to bring order refugees in Israel,
f the tost tut .;,n^nu*'J Jof out of chaos and offer a compre-' Mrs. Lawrence last summer
bbi brat ...-- hensive- and practical means for traced Israel's major immigration
, congregati n m the British, days and festivals, that will serve the tent cities of Israel.
,mp:r, : UNMM ^ to further the sanctification of; "Conditions in these tent cities
fcfhe oresent one from reli- God and lhe sanctification of life.", are horrible," she said. "There
may he emphasized. Rabbi Roland | are as many as 20 persons living
e Unit
Tve prepared studies for this
nstitute.
Judaism
Appeal Lists Pledges
Of $1,045,181; Final
Report Meet Sunday
Pledges of S43.494 were turned in at the fourth report meeting
of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Monday night at Kaplan
Hall of Temple Israel. This sum brought the total" to SI,045,181,
or 70 per cent of the goal of Sl.481.146.
Speakers at the meeting were Mrs. Barbara Lawrence, New
York advertising woman working
withe United Jewish Appeal, and overlooking the Arab city of
Louis Schwartzman, executive di- Nazareth during 1937. at the time
rector of the Bureau of Jewish of the Arab-Jewish riots. Her
l]"Sir converts and it [ Gittelsohn of Long Island stressed fa one tBi._ And hot lin^ for
Education.
Schwartzman
described
1 work there gave her an intimate
,_ ; familiarity with the day-to-day
_uld accept readily any prose-| that he does not believe a ; everything 560 children died of bu^a'^' work" in TuServ^slne ". ProbIerns f Jewish life" in Pal-
KTwho come to it with a, Shulkhan Arukh for Reform Jew-; exposure this winter." ^w *^jn SU[V->Ll~ -1"
e desire to give it their | ish practice is either feasible or I Mrs. Lawrence revealed that
levotion." Rabbi Mattuck said, possible. there are now 800.000 Jews in
abbi Albert S. Goldstein of
schools. He disclosed that there
estine.
In 1946. Mrs. Shulrr.an worked
remont Temple New York
reed with Rabbi Mattuck.
f'More than all." he said, "we must
Dfopaga'.i' Judaism through active
|p-;. idaisn is no mere
tribal cult- It is a universal faith."
Advocating the preparation of North Africa who desire to go to
"a kind of a Shulkhan Arukh." in Israel. "They are anxious to get
order to give a central unity to the' away from the filth and degrada-
diversity that now characterizes tion in which they are forced to
Reform Jewish life, were Prof, live." she revealed. "In every
Sam Sandmel of Vanderbilt Uni- North African city there is a
| versify and Rabbi Jacob P. Rubin 'mellah' in which Jews live in
of Long Island. "I believe that a primitive squalor.
lorm jews, mere *>n*ip ""- SPme time t0 be so written as to "LT, ,u kT... ,"" -, ^Hlr
ierence of pinion. Rabb. Solomon allQW for fte freedom and con. hat they bu> from a peddler
P ; !.p''tsb,irgh.-a,for.mer.tinuine development which are ^e ,cant..iet P^pl? m that
president of the Central Con- the keynote of dynamic Reform physical condition into Israel, yet
Vmc* : American Rabbis, op- Jewish faith a-d pracUce," Rabbi,ll S"Je necessary for Israels
-_ th< awing up of any code Rubin argued Prof. Sandmel was security that they do. Surrounded
f prac:: "\\ e Reform Jews. 31 -;-;,,- ty,at eta-riarri by Moslem countries as it is.
of the opinion that "a standard by
|of prac:
he stated, should be confident J ViTuaT'obserCance. "consistent Israel is in need of as many storng
[with regard to our form of wi.h ethics and consistent with citizens as it can get.
Judaism .' : are developing new tne is needed- that onlv as Hence, the Joint Distribution
custom: :u-nting with new Reform'jews will cultivate" in- Committee is confronted with the
tyoes irgy. We should not wardiy outward svmbols of reli- problem of rehabilitating these
yet bui the faith in our ious eXpression," can Reform people before they can be ad-
growth b;. pessimistically codify- Judaism be a vivid and personal mitted to the country.
at practice Our experience to Reform Jews." First they are sent to France.
not worth codifying The statement to be issued at where thev are kept until thev
is not enough even the conciusion of the Institute are ready to become an asset and
piest or bhulK- wjll repreSent merely the views not a liability to Israel. Treat-
of the rabbis participating. It ment continues and they are
Tak.: ppsite view. Rabbi will commit neither the Central taught trades.
Silverman of Duluth. Conference of American Rabbis -'Children are the motive of
Minnes id that he believes nor any other group. The conclu- Tsrael Mrs. Lawrence disclosed.
? W ^ *t til ^ I _* I_ _. T _& k4 It* t* a *ii t 1 1 ^* *-. _
I to mi
lhan A
'desperate need" for a sions of the
as a guide to Re- published.
Institute will be
I Jewish Social Service Bureau Subject
I Of Survey; Zelditch Here To Direct
"and life
them.'
there centers about
itch, director of Mrs. Anne Zelditch. Serving on
k C.uncil of Jewish' the committee, composed of
Welfare Funds representa;ives of the bureau and
-' mrect a survev of I _, _. ,..,.,.
*e Je- = Lai Service Bureau i Federation, are Stanley C. Myers,
jof Great Miami. The study. I chairman of the survey unit, as
[2' the auspices of well as head of the community
inning commit planning committee; Mrs. Babette
Iff8.01 Miami Jewish e..__ n-mK-nim
Pierat as prompted by aJ Ackerman. Sidney Bernbaum.
penes of problems confronting Mrs. Jacob Epstein. Joseph H.
|the Gardner. Emil Gould. M. J.
Du._ t the failure of the Dade Kopelowitz, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin.
sunn-1:'. C ,:-nlunlty Chest, which Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers. Mrs.
^SLXSSJISSSJtst-^c- Myers-Bernard pai-
Igme in Itl history. In addition. Judge Harold BSpaet. Col. Bry
*e refugee resettlement and re- Stone. Harold Lngerleider and
habUitation program providing Ira C. Walsey. Max C. Getfnger
"ance t0P lew' American! f the Federation staff jervuig
whicn the ct mmunity has pledged secretary to the committee
to absorb. has been found in- thers parHcipating_ in the
adequate study are Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
Zeld-trh *n* ,u .. [Carl Susskind. Max R. Silver,
WortSiBwithw committee Samuei Gertner. Mrs. Aaron Farr.
i,. hlm are concentrat- ?,rT P J Cesarano T. E. Winter-
SancSrneX^S^ n thl Sn Charles Cohen. Ruth
isrr* -^^nLht &s-p-Goodman and Morr,s
Si COnduct ^"des studying Klass-__________________
is "rt;'J ltself. the committee .. .. ..____ EAimrrxed
consa;t;ng with other local Negotiations Adjournea
SkS fnd '"dividuals whose JERUSALEM (JTA(-Negotia-
Servi '^tc's t0 the Jewish Social tions between Israel and T
wyice Bu:fcau. he e*rlain iorHan for a non-aggressi
reau. he explains. Jordan for a non-aggression pact
tee,0 eport which ^e commit- have been adjourned until after
the nef"','aring will be issued in the APriI elections in Trans-
as a uT future and wi be used Jordan, the Belgian Consul Gen-
4n, v 3:i; for reorganizing the eral told a press conference here
/_L"d rSdefining its services., this week upon his return irm
listing Zelditch is his wife, An__n, capital of Transjordan.
lews Protest
Against Tax
.Repayment Delay
MUNICH. (JTA) Jewish
communities in West Germany
have protested to the Wuerttem-
berg-Baden provincial govern-
ment against a decision to delay
repayment of discriminatory taxes
levied on the Jews by the Nazis,
it was reported here this week.
The provincial finance depart-
ment recently announced that it
would not repay an emigration
tax imposed on Jews permitted
to flee the country by the Nazis
until the Federal Government put
into effect the "Equalization of
Burden Bill." Nor would it make
good a property tax levied by
Hermann Goering in 1938 folow-
ing the assassination of a Nazi
diplomat in Paris by Hershe
C'ynszpan. a Jewish youth, pro-
vincial authorities said.
The "Equalization of Burden
Bill" is a measure which would
ti.x all persons in Germany, in-
cluding those entitled to restitu-
tion payments, who has not
suffered major losses in the war
or as a result of the postwar
currency conversion. The taxes
would be used to assist persons
who suffered heavy losses under
these circumstances.
Dr. Philip Auerbach Bavarian
Commissioner for Persecutees.
this week spoke to the West Ger-
man Parliament in Bonn as a
representative of persecutees liv-
ing in Germany. He criticized the
federal legislature for its failure
to adopt a restitution measure
for all of West Germany.
are now 2.000 students enrolled with displaced persons in Europe
in the Sunday schools and 1.200 in as a representative of the Jewish
the Hebrew schools. Agency for Palestine. Her work
Dan B. Ruskin campaign chair- p
man. presented an award to Irv-
ing Saal as the outstanding male
solicitor in the metropolitan unit
Division reports Monday were.
Hotels. S7.110. for a total of
$171,157; trades. S23.235, for a
total of S564.906: winter residents.
$2,050. for S192.286: women.
$5,753. for $67,150: metropolitan.
$5,339. for $48,700: youth, $6 for
$781.
, FINAL REPORT BREAKFAST
Dr. George Josephthal. the man
who has been responsible for the
entry of 400.000 Jews into Israel
n the last 20 months, will address
the final report breakfast of the
aopeal on Sunday. March 26. at
10 a.m. at Reids Restaurant. 829
Brscayne Blvd.
Mrs. Avis Shulman
for the Agency has taken h
Israel several times in the past
few years.
Mrs. Shulman end Dr. Joseoh-
thai _-i!i be guests at a reception
to be given in their 'honor
Saturday r.ight at the home of
Ms. Bess Nelson, 5S50 La Gorce
Drive. Invitations have been
sent to community leaders.
Dr. George Josephthal
Dr. Josephthal. who is director
of the absorption department cf,
the Jewish Agency, is a veteran
of the struggle for immigration
into Palestine, having directed
the "underground railroad" that
smuggled thousands of Jews out J
of Nazi-occupied Europe to Pal- :
estine during the Hitler era.
A native of Germany, he was
arrested bv German police in the
early 1930s for smuggling arms
from Germanv to the Jewish
settlers in Palestine during the j
Arab riots.
In addition to directing absorp-
tion activities. Dr. Josephthal is!
now a director of the special pro- '
sram recently inaugurated to care j
for the ""tard core" of sick and
disabled refugees coming to Israel.
Sharing the speaking program '
with Dr. Josephthal next Sunday >
will be Mrs. Avis Shulman. na-;
t'onal chairman of the Speakers
L.vision of the United Jewish,
Appeal-
Closely identified with the work j
of Haganah. Mrs. Shulman's!
knowledge of Israeli needs and
problems is equalled by that of j
few Americans. She lived and,
worked at the kibbutz of K'far !
Haeheresh, on the mountains I
Goldman Reviews
B'nai B nth Growth
WASHINGTON, JTA) The
steady growth of the membership
Of B'nai B'rith. the expansion of
the Hillel Foundations and
Defamation League were re-
viewed here by Frank Goldman.
nal president of the B'nai
3'..;':. in ,-.n address at the
organization's triennial conven-
tion.
Resolutions urging enactment of
President Truman's Civil Rights
program and the liberalization of
displaced persons legislation were
adopted this week at the con-
venti in. It was decided also to
appoint a committee to study the
i; -oblems and needs of the people
11" Israel and to request B'nai
B'rith ledges to implement rec-
ommendations made by the com-
mittee.
Mr. Goldman reported that ef-
forts are being made by the
organization to rebuild its lodges
in many of the 30-odd countries
where such units existed before
World War II. In certain coun-
tries, he pointed out. the govern-
rr.x'ts are opopsed to organiza-
tions having foreign connections.
At present. B'nai B'rith has lodges
functioning in England. France,
the Netherlands. Denmark. South
Africa. Sweden. Switzerland. Aus-
tralia, in eight Latin American
countries, and in Israel.
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*Jenist FkrSdliifJim
I'll Say...
In his Promise and Fulfillment. Arthur K esi
(!i(. some brilliant writing. But the vivid d
Israel's rebirth :j marred by the banal conclusions
in the epilogue. Because Israel is now .> -
Jews in all lands have but one course: either mig
to the Jewish State, or assimilate. Sound.- like anti-
Si n tism's ;i.i". through the ages: conversion or
expulsion. >. *
Failure of Assimilation
Is it accidental that our author stems from
assfmilationist environment of Hungary, with its
laise of sell hatred that is conducive to
di -.ruction? The old story tellers used to ch>s( with:
'Tiiey married and lived happily ever alter." T i
mod* rns, assimilation is to be the end and cure
all Jewish ills. That the effects of the
might prove more noxious than the sickness itsi
seems to cause little concern.
In Germanic Lands
Bypassing theories and concentrating on real.- -
Ii us assume that the a>similationist actually :.
for the safety of his brethren, in the:r exposed posi-
t. in as loyal Jews. But F.D.R. once declared ::
impossible to hide a million dollars. Does the auth .
i : Darkness at Noon hope to tuck away 5.000.000
American Jews in some hideout? Evidentlv Mr.
Koestler thinks that if the 2.000.000 Jews : r
\ork City become Protestants .,: Catholics, then
hostility would cease automatically. This is surp:
:n so astute a writer. Theodore Herzl. also from th
same Hungarian milieu, had occasion to" observe "rv
ess of baptism in Teutonic lands. He [ un I
-h-Lutherans married other Jewish-Lutherans
caste, surrounded by the -. me .a-,..
In Hungary
The blind spot of these chaps is their illusion th ;
sS^MABCBi
Go To Israel Or Assimilate In America
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
V.ila was dubbed the Scourge of God by Pope Leo
I Their descendants, are the mixture ot many races
and people, "mongrels." according I i Nazi ideology.
These Magyrs do not cut much ice as a.creative
lion whose contributions have enriched human
progress Vet during the 19th century when a limited
rriage with Jews began, the Magyrs set up a
howl and imposed taboos to safeguard the purity of
their Hunnish-Tartar blood.
In the matter of baptism, the individual may solve
nalj obi m and lose himself in the anonymity
, .,! Nol so the group. Whenever Jews tried
- assimilation the eonserquences were tragic
and woeful. We are perhaps too close to the German
ipt for objective judgment. Let us go back five
S to the Spanish experiment.
Its Classic Experiment in Spain
In the year 1391. a series of pogroms were let loose
upon the Jews in Spain. The inciting force was
. :,.n. The fanatic monk Fernand > Martinez had
passionate eloquence to inflame the mob. as well
as to convert the victims. After great slaughter,
several hundred thousands embraced the Cross.
Many were perhaps unhappy and hankered secretly
the mother faith. But human nature in general
covets wealth, power and position. The new Christian
status was utilized to benefit the ambitious, with eyes
fixed on the main chance. They intermarried with
the impoverished blue bloods and became influential
:n tiie royal palace. Former Jews, or their descend-
ants, held important offices in the church. Others
:ied high positions of trust and responsibility in
in vernment, in the military. In short,
Ik of Spat ish Jewry was assimilated.
: Reaction
' Gentile Spain react? At first the proud
"eased. The church always chalked
up the conversion of Jews as a major triumph. But
turv i illed by. The Old Christians began
then question the wisdom that forced
the social, the business, the
cultural, the political life of Chrktu c
servant Jews were under severe dih m v Spait>-I
to a cramped existence in the Ghetto r!?1?*)
compete with Jews armed with ail wh,J
rights of Christians, under protection ,,m
state. Something must be done f
The Inquisition
Something was done. Stories spread a
Conversos refusing pork, about chaneLT*J
linen on Saturdays, about praving Tn2^'
crypts. A secret court soon functioned t<> \Z ^
the purity of Marrano faith. This t,ih,?l"r
cumbered with tedious cross examfiMl
nesses, operated with maximum efficiency ll
cused would confess obligingly, especial v *
reasonable application of hot iron, or the raV
iron coat spiked inside. Confession would u'm
prisoner on the burning stake. Many a martv1
mg- for the Auto-de-Fe to light up *>'
seriously questioned the benefits of corC'i
assimilation. The reward for Jewish mass'
in Spain was the Inquisition.
i 3ss::r;Jj
Invincibility -
Declares Mr. Koestler "Now that the SbJ
Israel, is firmly established, they (Jews in
lands) are free to do what thev could not do
To wish it good luck and go their own wav
implies that the Israel Republic of a millmn
is invincible. Yet but ten years ago, Poland
30.000.000 population cracked like a ripe nut.
France of a great military tradition buckled
ir. three weeks. Evidentlv the million Israeli's]
nothing to fear from 250,000.000 Moslems en
and humiliated by an ignominious defeat Or
the Church of Rome, to whom the verv exktfrwl
Israel is an affront. *ww
One cannot escape the conclusion that wf;h|
assimilation of world Jewry, Mr. Koestler's\
would not break if the 3rd Jewish commonra
were completely destroyed.
If you fail to register before r> j u c
:. you win not be eligible t I Conducting Survey
Ine P- .: :.'. j A state-wida survey on th .-
ployment conditions of pro! -
sienal registered nurses ;.- bi
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to share comfortable Kosher' bursts' Association by the Uni-
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Phone 48-1601 evenings and
Sunday.
I)am* Palsy Assort;!lion
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
199. Free Sons of Israel, will
sponsor a dance and floor show
vcrsity of Miami, according to on Sunday. March 26. at 8 n.m.
word recently received from state at Electrician's Union Hall. 1659
headquarters, 315 Calumet Build- N.W. 17th Ave. Entire proceeds
ing. i will be turned over to Cerebral
Palsy Association.
The floor show will feature the
ag
acts.
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Questionnaires are being mailed
to all Florida registered nurses v lJn* Il0,r sl1w *lU feature the
h i hold 1949 now or renewal Va?a"nds and other night club
registration with the State Board r2;,n. ., ,
of Examiners for Nurses. Nurses CVL y, b% J?{amcd by
receiving a questionnaire <-' ea,,inS Mrs- Max LeBost. chair-
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urged to fill" in and return man-a.1 5-877<3 or Mrs. Abe Kahn.
promptly. Results of this survey co-chairman, at 5-4995. Mrs. Al
will be used in promoting the ow S,ecn,d V1.ce Presiden' of
Economic Security Program of Cerebl'al Palsy Association, will
the Florida State Nurses' Asso- act as host;Ss and Irving Gold-
man, president, will also greet
guests.
A meeting of the auxiliary will
be held on Thursdav. March 23,
at 8 p.m. at the Seacomber Hotel.
Cerebral Palsy chairman. Mrs.
Max LeBost. will speak on the
"Distress Call of Cerebral Palsy."
Body Conditioning Class
A class in body conditioning
through weight lifting and boxing
has been inaugurated at the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center. '
Each Monday and Wednesday I
at 8 p.m. the group of center |
members participates in outdoor '
weight lifting, under the direction |
of Doug Sacher. Following this,
a short loosening-up calisthenics
drill is held, and then the boys
spar for one hour under the di-
rection of Herman Miller and
Jack Ossatanov. A sweat bath
and shower ends the evening's
activity.
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As Working Partner in Intriguing
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Good Future in Employment and
Related Business. Small Invest-
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In the 1948 election less i_
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PARTY CATERING
Dr. Ward Will Speak
Dr. Harry Ward, profess >r
tus of Union T; logical
Seminary of America, will be
at th.
I 124 11th St.. Miami B<
March 25, al 3 p.m.
D War I'ssul I will be "1
Rights."
On Tuesdas at 8 p.m. C
H. Lee will speak on "Th End
of the World."
'Tin story Shake-
Shylock" will b. the
t an add
Mark Waldman on -
April 1. at 3 p.m.
Passover Program Slated
' Landau Chapti i I
Bnai Bnth Young Women will
nola a special Passovei program
fio-thMhumc of Artene Sisselman,
H25 Michigan Ave., Miami I
on Monday, March 27. at 8:30 p.m.
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L,, at ion Bureau
Boaril To Meet
l-r. hoard of directors of the
LTh! of Jewish Education will
h Us Ma'-ch meeting in the
1 f Temple Beth Sholom on
If'-nV March 23. at 8:15 p.m.,
ESSni to Max Meise1, presi"
^Agenda for the meeting
&e, nomination of officers
S ddewtes-at-large, discussion
f -t Jewish education dinner
L be held April 23, scholarship
fe.^Sof of th. Adult
JS Institutes will be held on
fc !y March 27. The closing
& Will feature an address
%e series on "Crises m Jewish
-A" bv Rabbi Leon Kronish
Stilled'"Reaction to Emancipa-
te Reform or Neo-Orthodoxy"
ICertificates oi completion will
L distributed to 50 students who
[,ve satisfactorily completed the
Cirses ot the first semester.
Ks in Hebrew and Yiddish
I'lfbe held at V:30. and classes
Bible and Israel Reborn at
1-30 p.m.
I The Adult Institute is sponsored
L he Miami Jewish Community
fenfr, Beth David Congregation,
Congregation Beth El, and the
pureau of Jewish Education.
Rabbis Were Guests At
flatzo Shmuroh Rites
Prominent members of the
fcrthodox rabbinate were guests
|f A. Goodman & Sons. Inc., at
|he annual "Matzo Shmuroh**
?eremony held recently at the
r-oodman plant in Long Island
Citv.
[ Rabbi Mendel Chodrow was
iiost to many prominent rabbini-
lal guests, escorting them through
Ihe plant and through the various
steps in the ceremony.
[ When the matzos were finished,
hey w;re especially packed and
prepared for delivery to the
guests. Rabbi Chodrow explained :
Ihe various processes of the trem- I
Endous modern baking equipment I
End the further steps of assembly,;
fconveying and packing. He in- j
Bicated and pointed out the cease- |
less care given to maintaining the j
TCashruth ;rom the very first step p
tnd throughout the entire pro-
auction
TO ADDRESS FOUNDER'S DAY EXERCISES Benefit Concert Planned
Buth Brotman will present
Florence Kutzen Detroit pianist,
.n concert on Saturday. April 15.
at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Women's
Club auditorium for the benefit
of the Haven School for Mentally
Handicapped Children. Entire
proceeds will go to the school.
Dr. Abba Hillel (left), honorary president oi the American
Zionist Emergency Council and a graduate of the Hebrew Union
College ('15), will present the principal address at Founder's Day
exercises at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion in Cincinnati on Saturday, March 25, which will pay tribute
to Dr. Isaac Mayer Wise, who founded HUC 75 years ago, in 1875.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of HUC-JIR, will offer presidential
messages at exercises in both Cincinnati and the New York City
section of HUC-JIR.
Bowling Tourney
Now In 10th Week
The eight-team bowling tourn-
ament of the Coral Gables B'nai
B'rith Lodge moves into its tenth
week with the team, "Brotherly
Love" leading with a total of
23 Vz points, it is announced by
President Alvin Corenblum.
A close second is "Benevolence"
with 20 Vi points and the teams of
"Charity" and "Harmony" are
tied for third place with 20
points.
High individual season average
is Lou Feldman's 191, followed by
a three-way tie of 178 by Morton
Felson, H. Goldhagen and Nat
Lawrence. High individual handi-
cap scorer is Bernard Schreidell
with 290, followed by Milton
Brand with 284 and J. Rosenstein
with 279.
The lodge bowls every Wednes-
day evening at the Playdium
Alleys. An inter-lodge competi-
tion in B'nai B'rith is being
planned.
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Weinkle Appointed
Carl Weinkle, of Miami Beach,
has been named to the national
committee planning the 1950 bi-
ennial convention if the National
Jewish Welfare Board (JWB).
according to word received here
from C.arles W. Moms, Louis-
ville, Ky., committee chairman.
"Broadened Horizons for the
American Jewish Community" is
tht over-all theme of JWB's first
national convention since 1948,
which will meet at the Hotel
Netherland Plasa, Cincinnati,
from Saturday evening, May %
to Monday, May 8.
Beth David Men's
Club Will Meet
A meeting of the Beth David
Men's Club will be held Thurs-
day, March 23, at 8 p.m. at the
New Beth David.
The nominating committee will
present a slate of officers and
elections will be held. Entertain-
ment, refreshments, and social
hour will follow.
Membership in the men's club
is not limited to Beth David
members.
Opens Office In Hialeah
Dr. Lester N. Gordon announces
the opening of his office for the
practice of optometry at 407 Hia-
leah Drive, Hialeah. Dr. Gordon I
specializes in visual analysis and j
visual training.
ZIONIST
LUNCHEON CLUB
dedicates- its program to a
SALUTE TO THE
CITY of MIAMI BEACH
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29,
12:15 P.M.
on the occasion oi the
City's 35th Anniversary
Celebration
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Toaslmaster
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Guest Speaker
MURRAY GOODMAN
Zionist News Reporter
GUESTS OF HONOR
Mayor Harold Turk; Council-
men Wm. Burbridge, Maurice
Klein. Marcie Lieberman, D.
Lee PowelL Melvin I. Rich-
ard, Burnett Roth; City Mar.
C. A. Renshaw; Asst. City
Mar. M. Link; City Clerk C.
W. Tomlinson; Police Chief
A. W. Simpson; Fire Chief
D. C. Kennett; Judge D. P.
Galen; Judge B. A. Frank;
City Atty. B. J. Shepard;
Asst City Atty*. A. H. Saper-
stein. L Cypen; Public Rela-
tions Dir.. Hank Meyw.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24

EDITORIAL
Thin Ms A Jewish M'niversity
The ordination of one hundred rabbis at Yeshiva
University, graduates of its Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary, represents a valuable con-
tribution to the American-Jewish scene.
Here aie American young men, trained to serve
the community as leaders, seeped in the rich
heritage of Jewish culture and fortified by the
intellectual advantages of an academic educa-
tion. Indeed, this harmonious combination of
Jewish and secular learning personifies a historic
educational undertaking unparalleled in our
people's past. It is in line with the tradition cf
Maimonides. who symbolized this rare synthesis.
Moreover, it is encouraging that a premium is still
being placed upon guality and that imbibers of
intensive Jewish learning are still nurtured.
There is little doubt that Yeshiva University's
foundations are in consonance with the highest
traditions of American higher education. For the
leading universities of our land had their origins
in theological seminaries. So with Yeshiva Uni-
versity, a Jewish University in name, in fact, and
in deed.
When the Rabbi Issac Elchanan Theological
Seminary was founded some fifty or more yecrs
age, Jewish life in this country still held on to
the ancient roots we brought from another soil. In
those days the seminary was not unlike the old
yeshivoths of Jewish settlements in Europe and
its graduates were not trained to meet the special
conditions of American life. It was not until the
late Dr. Revel assumed leadership of the yeshiva
that the element of the specific nature of Jewish
life in this country began influencing its curri-
culum and outlook. Under Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president of the Yeshiva University, the foresight
of Dr. Revel has been carried to a point where the
institution today not only is preoccupied with
training religious leaders for our community but
We Can Help Give Them the 'Lift"
with training as well community leaders in the
finest sense of the word.
With such an institution in our midst it is a
certainty that when the hundredth anniversary
of the yeshiva is celebrated American Jewry will
be a firm, faithful and proud chain in the link of
Judaism and Israel.
Jewish Youth Week
i
A world at peace does not mean a world I
which nations think alike, feel alike, act nllW
One World does not mean One Mind. NeitW
does unity require uniformity. Differing opinion,,
are, in fact, essential for the progress of humanity
provided, of course, they are accompanied by a
mutual respect for the right to differ.
"Working TogetherJewish Youth Builds," the
theme of this year's Jewish Youth Week, which
the JWBsponsored National Jewish Youth
Conference has set for March 24-31, reveals
significantly the fact that American Jewish youth
have learned the art of working together around
areas of common interest for a healthier, happier
more positive community. Through youth and
young adult councilswhich, in the majority of
cases, are representative of all organized Jewish
youth in the communitythey have been able
to develop dynamic programs for a richer, vibrant
Jewish life.
Reflected also in the theme is the recognition
by Jewish community. Across the nation, younq
people have taken their seats on board? of Jewish
Community Centers, Jewish Community Councils
Jewish welfare federations and on committees o*
many national organizations.
These are the future leaders of American Jewry,
and, for that very reason, the future of American
Jewry looks bright. They are building on a solid
foundation, a sound premise. There is indeed a
way for people of varied interests and ideological
differences to meet on common grounds.
Watch These Jewish Baseball
Prospects In 1950
By SAM SPATTER
(PT'lTORK NOTE: By a coincidence of calendar Passover generally
marks ih>' opening of the baseb&ll Mason. Since our youthful readers are
di.uMl-ssly baseball fans, they will appreciate the article written for that
occasion by Mr. Spatter, an authority on sports.)
Jewish baseball fans will be scanning major league
rosters this spring with the hope that some six minor league
players of the Jewish faith will stick in the biq leaques.
These six rookies, if they remain in the majors will help
bring to an end a shortage of Jewish talent in the majors. For
currently. Sid Gordon, of the
Boston Braves, is the lone major
leaguer of Jewish extraction.
High hopes, however, are held
out for rookies Al Rosen. Hal
Saltzman, Cal Abrams and Saul
Greenberg (Detroit), Morris
Arnovich (Philadelphia), Harry
Danning (New York), Buddy
Myer (Washington), Goody Rosen
(Brooklyn), and Moe Berg (Bos-
oauzman, v_ai ADrams and Saul \"ivviuyu/, ouu .hoc c
Rogovin to remain in the majors. ton> played regularly.
Although Myron Ginsburg and I Some ten years have passed
Emil Moscowitz are also sched- since that era. Few Jewish ball
uled for tryouts. their chances
of remaining appear slim.
Among the thousands who have
journeyed into the majors for
either a short or long stretch, less
than a hundred have been Jewish.
A few of the hundred stayed long
enough and played well enough
to make them still remembered.
Fans can recall Johnny Kling
(Klein), of Chicago; Erskine ll,c 6'""h < ^icveianu s /\ioert
Mayer (born Mayer Erskine), of Leonard Rosen. Rosen is a third
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh; and baseman who was born in
Andy Cohen of New York. Others, j Spartansburg, S. C, some 24 years
who played in the majors but left ago. He grew up in Miami, where
within a cKnrt t-..^.. 1.. in 1 Qdft \\a ,^p tTl^^iJ^ \ u:i.
players, however, have been
active in the majors during that
span of years. But now a break
in this situation appears. What
qualities these six young men
possess to aid them in their quest
for big league jobs, can only be
found in their records. So let's
have a look at them.
Perhaps the most promising of
the group is Cleveland's Albert
within a short time, are only
remembered in official records.
in 1940, he was Florida state high
school middleweight boxing
.......h^ioj in uinuiai records. *"ul"i imuuicweigiu Doxing
In the late 1930's the American champion. Entering professional
and national Leagues had a large b.aseDa11 ln 1942 with Thomasville.
contingent of Jewish plavers Nortl Car<>lina
During that era such men as Hank
fJewisti Fhridtian
.....- State League.
Rosen did not play long as he
soon entered the Navy. He was
signed by Cleveland after his dis-
Pub,i.heV;.vVry Vrrd-.y~."mr.'1927 *hJ""ghe- In *$f >?e advanced to
by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. e. Oklahoma City where he hit .349
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in 146 games to win the Texas
League batting title. There he
won the league's most valuable
player and all-star third baseman
awards. Failing to gain a berth
with the Indians in the spring try-
outs of 1948, Al Rosen was op-
tioned to Kansas City where he
proceeded to win the American
Association's most valuable play-
er award, and was second in
league batting. Again, in the
spring of 1949, he had a tryout
with the Indians, but he failed to
impress Manager Lou Boudreau
and Rosen was optioned to San
Diego.
This year he advances with n >
fanfare or additional honors
Whether the third time will be
his lucky one, remains specula-
tion. Manager Boudreau has her
quoted as saying.
Volnmo 23 Number 12 "We have tn piv Al tw,. .
f"tda^#,05 :$rT*&b-e
NISAN 0. 5,!0 We can't option him again K
Keltner may have another good
year left, but Rosen is ready to
step in."
Another player to return to the
big leagues is Cal Abrams, an
outfielder with the Brooklyn
Dodgers. A Philadelphian,
Abrams first attracted Dodger at-
tention when he batted .345 with
Mobile, Southern League, in 1947.
He remained at Mobile in 1948
finishing with the same batting
average. While with the Dodgers
in spring tryouts in 1949, Abrams
proved the "talk of the camp"
from his brilliant batting exhibi-
tions. He clinched a regular berth
with the Dodgers as the season
began. Soon it became apparent
that Abrams was not ready for
the majors. He benched himself
and was later sent to Fort Worth.
There, in 1949, he regained his
batting power, finishing with a
.337 average. Dodger fans hope
that this added year of minor
league experience will polish the
25-year-old Jewish speedster and
help him regain his job.
An inroad among major league
pitching staffs is expected with
the arrival of Saul Rogovin and
Hal Saltzman. Both men have
excellent minor league records.
For Rogovin, this will be a second
try to gain a berth with Detroit.
Rogovin's history is somewhat un-
ique. He began his baseball career
as an infielder but finally gave
up his position and decided on
pitching. Following his decision,
in the winter of 1947-48, he went
to Venezuela to play in the loops
there and gain experience. While
pitching in Venezuela Rogovin
was the center of an unusual
incident. He was sent to the local
bastille one day during a hotly
I contested game. His misdemeanor
was giving up four successive
walks during the game, enough
i for the local police to lug him
off to the jail. He was released
however, under the condition ho
, lessen the number of bases on
, balls to opposing batsmen.
Ini 1948, back with Butfalo as a
pitcher, Rogovin chalked up -.
record of 13 wins and 7 loses
The Tigers gave him a tryout
but optioned him back to Buffal
During 1949 he continued his ex-
ceptional mound work by finish
ing with a 16 and 6 record. He i-
again set to try out with the
Tigers, this time was a better
chance of staying.
A newcomer to the loops this
season is a promising 21-year-old
former University of Oregon hurl-
er. Hal Saltzman of the Cleveland
i!nS' This younK ^wish
pitcher who the Indians pur-
chased for an estimated $100,000
accomplished a remarkable feat
last season with Portland of. the
Pacific Cpast League. Hurlini foi
a sixth place club, Saltzman was
able to gain 23 victoriesa feat
not often accomplished by first
place team hurlers. Saltzman ad-
vanced to Portland from Salem,
with only two years of profes-
sional baseball as a background.
Expected to return for another
spring session with Detroit is
Catcher Myron Ginsburg. A na-
tive Detroiter, Ginsburg led the
Eastern League batters in 1948
with a .335 average. He was op-
tioned to Toledo last season after
a brief tryout with the Tigers. At
Toledo he shared catching duties
with Eddie Mordarski.
A relative newcomer to the
major is Emil Moscowitz, a hurler
last season with Stamford of the
Colonial League. Pitcher Mosco-
witz, who was a former New York
Yankee batting practice hurler,
is tagged for a trial with Cleve-
land this spring. At Stamford,
Moscowitz won 19 games against
5 losses. It is expected that he
will be farmed out next season
for further experience.
Several Jewish minor league
players bear watching in 1950 as
potential major league material.
Sidney Schacht, drafted by the
St. Louis Browns from Louisville,
is a promising hurler. He began
last season with Birmingham, is
a promising huler. He began last
season with Birmingham, but was
sent to Scranton where he finish-
ed with a 19 and 5 record. Schacht
will probably be farmed out this
season, due to his inexperience.
Pitchers also complete the re-
mainder of the list. Sandy Silver-
stein following a successful season
with Savannah, is slated to pitch
for Buffalo. Lefty* Marv Rotblatt,
former University of Illinois star
who was signed by the Chicago
White Sox, will hurl for Sacra-
mento of the Pacific League this
season.
These are the men that Jewish
baseball fans will be watching
during the early weeks of spring
practice. If the crew of Rosen,
Saltzman, Rogovin and Abrams
fail to make the grade, it will be
only for a short time that the
leagues will be lacking Jewish
players. For others are climbing
up that rocky minor league trail
that leads to the majors, and an
end to a shortage of Jewish major
league players.
Dr. Harris J. Levine, prominent
New York physician and Zionist
leader, was elected president of
the Jewish National Fund of
America, Tuesday evening, March
14. at ihe annual meeting of the
Fund at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. Dr. Levine succeeds Judge
Morris Rothenberg, who was
elected honorary president.
~.Th.c Fund is composed of all
Zionist bodies in this country and
is devoted to the purchase and
development oi land in Israel.
Browdy Named
ZOA President
NEW YORK. (JTA)Benjamin
G. Browdy, Zionist leader and
prominent industrialist of New
York, was unanimously elected
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Americathe post vacated
by the death on March 7 of
Dtniel Frischat a specially con-
vened meeting here this week of
the National Administrate
Council, the ruling body of the
organization between conventions.
Rudolf Sonneborn, chairman of
the Administrative Council, pre-
sided at the session which was
attended by members from all
parts of the country.
Mr. Browdy, who served as act-
ing president of the organization
during the absence of Mr. Frisch
on his two visits to Israel, is
president of the Keren Hayesod,
and has been active in the Zionist
movement since his early youth-
He served in many high capacities
in the movement as well as in
fund-raising efforts for Israel
Last he served as a member of
the Praesidium of the American
Zionist Council which represents
all Zionists bodies in this country.
Notable progress has been
achieved by B'nai B'rith in w
vr.el. where the organization no*
-umbers 30 lodges, of which 1
are- in Tel Aviv. "Scarcely a
month passes without a^new Iod*
being organized there."
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Pepper Plans 2nd
Major Radio Talk
Senator Claude Pepper has
. chosen Miam. as he loca-
Tfor his second major radio
l'" "Vhich he will deliver
iff Thursday night, March 30
Bavfront Park Bandshell, at
he foot of Flagler St.
ctuart Patton. chairman of the
Tade County Pepper Committee
AoA-'ed that "the Senator will
cneak anall vital campaign issues and
vjli ;ater answer questions from
the audience."
Patton reported also that "The
SMsevell Story." full-length
Hollv\v< -i movie depicting the
President Franklin
lvlan i Rex sevelt. is being shown
lay night except
it Senator Claude
5 321 E. Flagler St. head-
(
\ : ;-. :> free. Patton said.
and 1 :- taviteA
jn inclement weathei.
p '.'.' ted the rally will
inside Bay front Park
l Biscayne Blvd. and
a
y ; i will as adquarten l
o to the
llchn-u School Women aM*i
Mm. Joneph Schwadron w.-in
< looted prsaldenl ni the newly
organttd Sisterhood of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Confre-
, gatiOB at a rtn-.i-Unn I afternoon.
Otheasj elected to office wnt
Mn, I dora Fogcl, Pica president;
Mr*. Jack Btona, traa irerj Mri
Michael Blank, financial secre-
tary; Mr. Max B Neubergei
ponding rtary; Mrs
Edward L Becker, racardjflj "C.-
j '../y.
' lommittes chau man in luda
Mri. N;t Couiton, membership!
Mr Murr;iy Y. r.ln-rih.niiii. //iiyi
rid "" ana; Mi i l"n dei Ic H i i nji
thai, iiinahlne; Mri M;ix H.
Neuberger, helping hand; Mra,
Milton Welner, publicity; Mra,
Ban Bokoloff ''< Mri '< '"ni-
ton, refri ihmenta Mi i W
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Examining the program of the triennial convention of B'nai
B'rith at the Stailer Hotel in Washington. D. C. ax '1. to r.|
George J. Talianoff ard E. Albert Pallet, the two Florida delegate*
to the conclave, and Louis Heirr.an. member of the national Hillel
commission. The five-day meet, which attracted delegates from all
the states and ten foreign countries, ended Wednesday.

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_FHIDAY,_MARrM
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SNW Trw Sales
I |i This Year
An increase in the sale of trees
during the Chamisha Asar
B'shevat weekend has been an-
nounced by Leon J. Ell. chairman
of the Jewish National Fund.
The Hebrew Academy sold
more trees than any other organ- ',
ization in the area. Ell revealed.
In second place was the Miami
Beach Hadassah. Temple Beth
Sholom and Congregation Beth
Jacob came in third and fourth
respectively.
"It is our hope that the sale of
JXF trees on various occasions |
will become as customary as send- ;
ing flowers on birthdays, wed-'
dings. Bar Mitzvahs, etc.," Ell
said.
''We have proof." he continued,
"that the sale of trees can be
tripled with the cooperation of
the Jewish community of this i
area. For instance a group of
t>ci->Dle at the Angler's Hotel had a
little party and without expend-
;ns a are.it deal of effort collected
S130 for trees. This act can be
repeated over and over again at
every gathering.1'
Mrs. Leibovit, Pioneer
Clubwoman, Dies At 81
Mrs. Mollie Leibovit, 81. of 527
X.W. oth Ave.. an organizer and
charter member of Beth David,
died Monday.
Coming here from Philadelphia
Basketball Tournaments
Final game in the deadlocked
best-out-of-three series in the
first annual all-Miami Jewish
Community Center Tournamem
for juniors will be played on Sat-
; urday evening, March 25, at 8
' p.m. at the center. The Miami
Jewish Community Center's All-
| Stars will vie with Esquire Boys
Club who emerged the winners
of the first and second rounds
1 respectively in the double round-
robin competition which included
Miami Beach YM & WHA Junior
teams, Hialeah Jewish Commun-
ity Center and North Dade Jewish
Community Center.
On Sunday afternoon the win-
ners of the championsnip game
wil meet the winners of the
Sunday morning game to be
played between Miami Beach YM
& WHA and Hialeah-North Dade
Jewish Community Center Com-
bine at 10 a.m.
Beth David Win
Hold Model ?5 I
Be^Da^SigS^T M
participate in a model ft ^
be given at the new Beth" H
on Sunday, March 26 at ,n avid
under the auspices of ,v. 5*1
David Sisterhood CandfpTA H
Mrs. L. J. Hart? un-
celebrated her Sh Wrth?8^
chairman of the event day' '
Portions of the Hageadah
be read and all foods Ivrffi*
Passover will be served ^
Students who will conduct i
Seder under the direetirm
Jerome B Gordon. cxS^di I
rector of Beth David are
Kasow, Dorothy Schr'iedel, ,
ard Segal Masheh Shapiro.^
Shapiro, Adeie Siegel. ann i3
Siegel.
vji
Siegel, and'lrwij
Mr* Ham will be assist,
members of the sisterhood J
PTA.
Ardmora
Mrs. Samuel Ritler, right, is shown presenting a check for
S2.000 for Youth Aliyah to Mrs. Leonard Barr. center. Youth
Aliyah chairman, as Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president of Miami
Beach Group of Hadassah, looks on. The presentation was made
a, a brunch recently given al Copa City.
Stockdale Pledges
Fight On Gambling
A continued battle against
legalized gambling was pledged
by State Rep. Grant Stockdale
llatlassah I 'nil To
Mark Birthdav
A brunch on Fridav. March 24.
at 12 p.m. at the Temple Beth
Sholom banquet hall will mark
45 years ago. Mrs. Leibovit was the first birthday of the Hannah .
a member of Hadassah. Several Senesch Group of Hadassah. Mrs. ln a formal announcement of his
years ago she donated a complete Morns Alpert. president, has an- j re-election platform.
synagogue, which the familv had r,vjnetri. I. The. young ex-Marine, a mem-
maintained, to the Jewish Home Mrs. Wax Weitz has been named ber ?f xl)c Dade county delegation
for the Aged. A move to name chairman of the event. Assisting at l.ne last session also mapped
this synagogue in Mrs. Leibovit's her is Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. '' for revision of
memory is now being led by Mrs. hospitality chairman. The pro-
fs re Cohen, founder and tram, which has been arranged
ident of the Jewish Hume t'oi by Mrs. L. E. Goldman, member-
Aged. -hip chairman, and her committee,
Surviving are two sons, Charles v/ill include a musical skit en-
Harry of Belle Glade: fou: titled "Come Join Hadassah.
daughters. Mrs. Morris Hocles. Mi- ; Darling:" Mrs. Irwin Weinstein
ami. Mis. Maurice Brown and is directing the skit.
M: s. Meyer Lubin. Miami Beach Immediately following the j form. In most cases, he said, the
and Mrs. Joe Pearlman. Key brunch, the "Friday Review," I changes will consist of ironing
We?t: 23 grandchildren and six which is under the chairmanship I out "bugs" that have developed
' grandchildren. ] of Mrs. Sol Leslie, will be held. I since is was put into efefct.
Services were held Tuesday | This week Mrs. I. M. Weinstein I Continuation of Florida's min-
aftc-.noon in Gordon Funeral' will discuss John Hersey's novel,
"The Wall."
the state's "outmoded constitu-
tion" and more stringent laws
governing child molestation cases.
Stockdale said his campaign
slogan this year will be, "Keep
Dade County Growing."
Provisions in the state sales tax
are also on the candidate's plat-
Home with burial in Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.
Cornblum Unveiling
The unveiling o/ a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Obituaries
JOSEPH JACOBS
S3, of 584 N.W. Slat si., passed
away Monday in a local lx.^i>iimi Mi
Jacob* came in Miami six years ago
from New Fork where he wan engaged
A. Cornblum will take place Sun- m <<' cloak and suit line, He leaves
day at two o'clock at Mt. Nebo AivWS?,^iB.e'i?' an1don Morris and
Cemeteiy. Mr. Cornblum was a &%yS&VuA%nZ
er president of Temple Beth "> Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Sholom and was active in other
relieious and communal activities.
He is survived by his wife. Leah
JACOB LAVINE
-' of 1229 Meridian Ave., passed
away Sunday at in.- summer home '.
Arthur, in Hendersonvllle,
and a daughter, Maxine Friends g.V."S h *: -&>?;".
and relatives arc asked to attend.
Arrangements are in charge of
the Tbtirmond Monument Co.
Wolf Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Sam
Wolf will take place Sundav at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 2:30.
on Arthur, who with the late Bam
La vine another son, was the owner "f
Hade Pharmacies prior to 1946: and
three daughters, Mis. Ben Walley, of
Miami, Mis. Ben Kramer, Detroit, ami
Mrs. Max PrcsFler, Buffalo. Services
were held In the Beach Rivi -
Memorial Chapel with interment fol-
lowing in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MORRIS M. HERTZ
68, of 173.", s.w. Kth St., passed
* it away Saturday In a hnsiiit.il. Mi-
ls survived by his wife. Heru was a retired Detroit merchant
who came to Miami un years ago
Surviving are s xon. Bdwln, and a
daughter, .Mrs. William Hirach, both
of Miami, lie also leaves a
Services were held at Gordon's
Funeral Home with Interment In
Qraceland Memorial Cemetery.
Fanny, a son. Edward and a
daughter. Mrs. Thelma Benson.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Co. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present.
imum school foundation program
was urged by Stockdale. who
pointed out that Florida has risen
from "near the bottom" to 27th
in the nation in educational
standards.
Stockdale also said he would
"encourage and assist new inaus-
tries in coming to Dade County."
Beach Jaycees To Hold
Beauty Pageant Mar. 25
Miami Beach Junior Chamber,
of Commerce will present its an-
nual Miss Miami Beach Beautv !
Pageant on Saturday, March 25, |
at 8:30 p.m. at the Lord Tarleton
Hotel. Leo L. Steinman is chair-
man and director.
Accounts Insured
p to $5,000 by
Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
Florida's
Largest
Savings Bank
MAX HOROWITZ
73, of ::::", s w. 12th Ave passed >
away Sunday In a hospital. Mr. i
Horowitz came to Miami 17 years ago
from Boston. Hi- Is nurvlved by his
wlfo Sarah: a son. Charles, of New
jork; a brother and tv .
Set vie, s were held in Gordon )
rhauel with Interment following In
Mt. sinai Cemetery.
SAMUEL BERG
-. of 2054 s.w. 5th St., passed awav
Saturday. Mr B. Miami
i b ago from l ihlo where he was
'I in (he Jewell He
Is survived by a i
Lillian Green .n, of Mian I Bi
i brother. Jos< ; h, i t Ml i il. Her'
were held al Van rhauel, with Intel menl In Ml N". bo
emetei >.
MOLLY STEUER SHIELD
1 'i 16-11 .1. if- i Ave .--. rl
Sunday at her home Surviving arl
h.,.,.,., M ,,.,,,.;, S;,lini...,. y
Mildred lyes, Miami, and Mrs. Julius
rausslg. Services were private.
Card Party Slated
The Coral Gables Post of the
Jewish War Veterans will sponsoi
a card partv on Tuesday. March
28. at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Chairman of the event is Mur-
ray Solomon, who is being assist- ,
ed by Harold Liebeskind and
Eernie Baron.
Special Broadcast
Simon Seiden will be heard in
?TSptc'oai broadcast on Sundav,
March 26. from 12:30 to 12:45 p m
over station WFEC
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iAY. MARCjmjgsjL
*Jewisti thy Minn
Uqws Among U. S. Lawmakers
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
PAGE SEVEN
.ASHINGTON.-The 11 Jews
1A 1, arc perhaps the most
I 'men in Washington.
nn'lv do they continuously
A liberal legislation to
I1', their constituencies and
|ef nunt v but many labor late
ffHht in efforts to aid
is noted for his battle
hi' most recent arrival here,
t.Ss of the m0St d,,S,"
;'js Senator Herbert H.
I 1 Hh"t January. While Leh-
Hfte only Jewish Senator,
fort are to be found m the
f of Representatives.
r. .( course, led many of
feleVinthe House for BfcPC
1 evil rights. Rep Emanuel
, chairman of the House
ftriarv Committee, was re-
liable for passage of the so-
Ipd "CeUer Bill." a step in
ldircction of the liberalization
ikplaccd persons legislation.
l-mle none can be considered
Tuwingers," Jewish Congress-
have affiliated themselves
the most liberal elements
[heir parties, providing a bal-
, to those on the extreme
the outspoken
Hionaries who are often anti-
titic. In fact, Jewish repre-
I command the respect
Itheir Christian colleagues to
I extent that they are often,
led on to counsel others on the
ft way of handling certain
ls ,>f popular legislation,
[i'.hough Sen. Lehman has only
fc office a few months, he has
Kj the >n and esteem
\e that ny people have
him in New York State. A
In of intelligence and quiet
fcity. Lehman has been ap-
Ir.'.ed on the committee on In-
fer and Insular Affairs. Many
his col! ontinue to call
, "Governor," recalling his
Ubany,
jv :. .< that Lehman
much to his country.
newcomer to the capital, Leh-
ln was ited director of
peian Rib 1 and'Rehabilitation
1942. In 1943 he was un-
tmously elected director gen-
i I'NRRA. Lehman's son,
hi/, died on active duty as a
(brewm in the Air Corps. His
aining s n and daughter also
(ved overseas. No stranger to
:" ry duty himself, Lehman
jut of World War I with
rank of colonel and the Dis- '
|i Medal.
Despite the fact that Lehman
been involved in politics
Bee his election as lieutenant
Ivernor \ k in 1928,
found time to aid
ther Jewish com-
thropic causes.
of the National Con-
' ians and Jews
tensor.-. lerhood Week),
f: New Y k Senator also finds
p.e to help guide the Palestine
unomic Corporation. His efforts
i.oehalf of the United Jewish
Ppeal of Greater New York are
fed known.
(The five newest members in the
tjUser?rt' Representatives Heller
pa Dollmger of New York.
Ibicoff of Connecticut, Yates of
(nois. and Chudoff of Penn-
pvania.
(Judge Abraham A. Ribicoff
Ps voted "the most able legis-
m !,n tne Connecticut As-
moiy by reporters who covered
s two terms there. The "Judge"
devoted his principal atten-
ii to his choice assignment on
e House Foreign Affairs Com-
II ,?. h:is also helped lead
,vv slum clearance and
F cost housing.
kj>. Jsadore Dollinger has m-
Sred, h nock of civil hts
"S"- "'' ls Senereally credit-
nm-,. avinR done much to
Z Rh'',$1,00'000000 ExPrt-
Ren q a,nk ,oan for Iael.
3L ey Yates- a former
,:f attorney general of Ilji-
tion I3 ""^ uecord of Partici-
on m Jewish communal af-
LYai vu ung Congressman39
fuses. aided the Israel
fehmPan fthe, most effective
PSt V Lsrael and a fear-
fcrtmen ln f- advere State De-
PiU ofPM,C,eS,VReP- Jacob K-
fc fes? i,Ncw York. ^ one of
epresent,,nown of the Jewish
r*S RnnVK,- He is the on'y
lut is sen?rl,u1,can in Congress.
Ibal in u- lly cnsidered more
Member "of ,'l r\tlook than most
[avits '7.Democratic Party.
rflowof Wuwith e*Pin8
he Arah It .nt,sh munitions to
ab slates by a series of
r^i-^drSilgio^SSrimiSuSi* Trustees Added Rabbi Steinberg
cno-.^n.^,?h JrV'biii i T r-M Bard At 46
which would prevent the mailing! Announcement was made oil NEW YORK, (JTA) Rabbi
of anti-Semitic and other de-' the addition of five prominent i Milton Steinberg, one of the 01ft!
famatory matter through the U.S. Miamians to the board of trustees ; standing spiritual leaders of
mails. I of the University of Miami by I American Jewry, died suddenly
Abraham J. Multer, of New ; Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president. I this week at his home here at the
has done much to make the Israel I t i ,taken an interest in Named to the board were Sam | age of 46. Funeral services were
diplomats feel at home in Wash- ; .ae,\ He. ls also known for his Blank, president of National, held at the Park Avenue Syna-
ington. j investigation of the circum-; Biands Distributing Company: K,)gUL-. where hi served as rabbi
Tnwito ic r, mQ^,K- ,t,u xt '.stances 01 the Jews in Spain. Daniel J. Mahoney, vice president since 1933
East LommSe Vnd ?hP v Th kV6^ ,f wth? HoUse' the ,;md general manager of the Miami l''fiorn in Rochester, N. Y he
Foreign AfS Committee ^e, venerable Adolph J. Sabbath, is Daily News; John S. Knight, received his degrees from the City
voice^ is heard almost dativ in S,halrman ofthe important Rules, publisher of the Miami Herald: College of New York, Columbia
the House demandtoa^ f-.h L 'CommlUee- ,He ha,s worked un- F. G. (Pat) Railey. president of I University and the Jewish Theo-
mlnt foi*'theNeai f\' L1'"^ l keeP *he promise he Railey Milam Hardware Com- logical Seminary of America. He
f"' 1 Tavit hn= 1 X y ?ade to President Roosevelt that' pany, and Harry Hood Bassett.
m^rftim2n ^H f ^ 5,e would try to get action on the president of the First National
much to summon official atten- FEPC bill. Although he is now Bank of Miami.
tion to the collapse of the de- 84. Sabbath is mentally alert. He
nazification program in Germany, takes a keen interest in Israel.
One of the best liked of the | Louis g Heller, of New York,
Jewish group is good-humored |and Eai'I Chudoff, of Philadel-
Arthur G. Klein, of New York. A! Pnia> both able men, complete the
sharp critic of the Administra- Jewish group. Chudoff served on
tion's bungling of denazification
in Germany, Klein also keeps a
watchful eye on the home front.
He holds membership in the Dis-
trict of Columbia committee and
Addition of the new members
brings the number of trustees
to 19.
was an instructor in classical
languages at City College before
entering the pulpit. For many
vears he has been a member of
the administrative committee of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
i ica and of the Rabbinical Assem-
adopted Congressmen, the Adas I bly of America. He was the au-
| Israel Synagogue of Washingtoni thor of "The Making of the
the important Veterans Affairs; recently held a testimonial service Modern Vew," "As A Driven
Committee, while Heller has been in their honor. The 11 were made Leaf." "Basic Judaism" and "A
appointed to the Public Lands honorary members of the Adas: Partisan Guide to Jewish Prob-
committee. | Israel brotherhood and cf the jlems." He also contributed articles
As a token of affection for its synagogue. i to the general and Jewish press.
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Rita Stern To
He June Bride

Irving Leibsons
Reside On Beach
Rita Stern
Mrs. Sonia Stern. 2001 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach, has
announced the betrothal of her
daughter. Rita, to Raymond Sills,
son of Mrs. Doris Silver. 8441
N.W. 4'h Ave.
A mid-June wedding in New-
York is planned.
The bride-elect attended schools
in Chicago. De Pauw University
and the University of Miami. She
is affiliated with Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority.
A air force veteran. Mr. Sills
attended New York school and is
Bted wi'h Babee Tenda
Corp. in New York.
Dorothy Rader To
Be Summer Bride
Joseph Rader. 1667 Wash-
in-;, .n Ave., Miami Beach, has
meed the bethrothal of her
daughter, Dorothy, to Irwin
Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
imin Steinberg, of Brooklyn.
New York.
The bride-elect is president of
the B'nai B'rith Business and
Pi >fi sional Women of Greater
Miami. Emma Lazarus Chapter,
and has been active with several
Other organizations in the com-
munity including American Vet-
erans Committee, Masada and
i Jewish Federation.
She is a member of the firn
of Advertects, Inc.. the Miami
Beac advertising agency.
Mi Steinberg served as an en-
sign with the navy in the Pacific
the war. At the
nt time he is associated with
imily in business in New
l ty, and is also completing
his studies in advertising and
marketing.
A summer wedding is being
planned.
Doloris Mark Coplon
Dolores Mark Coplon
Betrothal Revealed
The betrothal of Miss Dolores
Mark Coplon to Stanley Jonas,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas.
Miami Beach, has been announced
by th" bride-elect's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Earl M. Coplon, Co-
lumbus, Ohio.
Miss Coplon is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and is
now a senior at Ohio State Uni-
versity, where she is a momoer
of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Sigma
Alpha Sigma.
Her fiance is also a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and is
now attending Emory Medical
School, where he is affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi
Delta Epsilon medical fraternity.
A navy veteran. Mr. Jonas is also
a member of Alpha Epsilon Up-
silon scholastic fraternity.
Mrs. Irving Leibson
Residing in Miami Beach after
a wedding trip to the West Coast
of Florida are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Leibson. whose wedding
was an event of February 16.
The bride is the former Lola
Pavalow. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Pavalow. 1120 Penn-
sylvania Ave., Miami Beach. The
bridegroom's mother is Mrs. Sonia
Leibson, Miami Beach.
The ceremony took place in the
home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman
and was followed bv a dinner at
Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor. Miss
Ethelind Pavalow was her sister's
maid of honor.
The former Miss Pavalow is a
graduate of the Lear School.
Mr. Leibson, a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, received
his bachelor's and master's de-
grees from the University of
Florida, where he majored in
chemical engineering. He served
in the coast guard for a year and
a half.
Beth El To Hold
Seder April 1
Reservations for the Seder to
h ei'n bv Congregation Beth
El at Dora August Memorial Hall
on Saturday, April 1, will be ac-
cepted until Monday, March 27.
The meal, at which Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer will officiate, assisted
by Cantor Max Cooper, will be,
catered by Pearl Gottesman
Ci fers.
Working on arrangements for
the Seder are Mr. and Mrs. Al
Zisman and Mr. and Mrs. A!!
Perl. Assisting them are members
of the sisterhood.
Reservations may be made at
the congregation office.
Variety Women to
Hold Style Show
The Variety Children's Hospital
Women's Committee will sponsor
i a luncheon and fashion show on
Thursday. March 23, at 12:30 p.m.
at Copa City, according to Mrs.
Dave Endy, chairman of the
event.
Assisting Mrs. Endy with ar-
| rangements are Mrs. Hal Kopplin,
co-chairman; Mrs. Margaret
Floyd, reservations; Mrs. Dan
Fitch, decorations; Mrs. Jeanette
Richmond, tickets; Mrs. K;rk
Landon, seating.
All proceeds will go to the
Varietv Children's Hospital, 6131
S.W. 31st St.
Home From Trin
Mrs. Sidney L. Lewi,
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spection.trip" "Ca^ES a? ,k
province director'of a!!?; six!li
silon Phi sorority will rP> EP-
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Tamara Chapter
To >ame Leaders,
A slate of new officers for
1950-51 will be presented at a
meeting of Tamara Chapter.
Mizrachi Women, to be hold on
Tuesday evening, March 28, at
the Town and Beach Club, Miami i
Beach.
Mrs. Ben P. Kazer is nominat-
ing chairman. Her committee
consists of the Mesdames Israel
Slotsky, Philip Bloom, Louis
Lemberg. Herbert Oster. Jack H.
Kane and Miss Lillian Bogdan.
The slate to be voted upon at
the meeting includes, president,
Mrs. Theodore Landesman; first
vice president. Mrs. Philip Bloom;
second vice president. Mrs. A.
Louis Mechlowitz: third vice
president', Mrs. Albert Rosen;
treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Margulies:
financial secretary. Miss Lillian
Bogdan; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Ed Mass; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Max Sternstein.
Passover Party Set
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Sunday School will sponsor a
Passover party on Sunday, March
26, at 10:30 a.m. in the Optimists'
Room of the Curtiss Build.ng.
Miami Springs.
Lodge To Present Show
At Kendall Home
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will present a show at the Kendall
Home on Tuesday, March 28, at
7:30 p.m., according to Leo L.
Steinman, community service of-
ficer, who is in charge of the
event.
Entertainers who will appear
include Tommy Trent and his
"Parade of Marionettes;" Maurice
the Magician, and Pantomimist
Charles Yulish.
Universities
Florida. "w",CbSee and
On Tuesday Mrs. L*-,,,
principal speaker at the inl.,^
t...n of officers and the mSt
of pledges at the Uhljgfj
Va., from June 23-27
ALAN GALE
To Perform At Pratt
Members of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter will perform at the "B'nai
B'rith Night" at Pratt General
I Hospital on Thursday, March 23,
' according to Leo L. Steinman.
B'nai B'rith hospital chairman.
Participants will bo Dorothy
Rothstein, Ralph Lang, Ray
Lavine, Shirley Alberts. Milt
Schenberg and Mrs. Mildred
Drazer. director.
Well known host of the Celebrity
Club, the "entertainers' enter-
tainer." and long time resident of
Miami Beach, says: TARR
TOURS are the ideal travel agents
for show people. When it is a
last minute reservation, they
don't know the word impoW#
'right on the baH' every urne."1
FAR11
'A Reliable Name in Trorel"
Ardmore
Richard Nesbill. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Nesbitt, 1550 Michi-
gan Ave., Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
March 25, at 9 a.m. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. The
young man is a student at Miami
Beach Junior High School.
The Family of the Late
LEE GAINSBORO
Wishes to express its appreciation and gratitude to its man?
friends and relatives for their kind expressions of
sympathy and love.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 24, 1950
*J&wlstt nrwlrto*
#7
Personally Speakinq...
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Levenson, 530 N.E. 55th Terr., announce
the birth of a daughter, Shari Lynn, on March 1 at Mount
Sinai Hospital.
Elliot Field, WKAT announcer, left Thursday morning for
Bradenton, Fla., where he will emcee a mammoth variety show
rjonsored by the Bradenton Junior Chamber of Commerce as
PAGE NINE
jrt oi the L>e Sotc Exposition being held there. Field served in
I jjTe' same capacity at the Gator Growl Pep Rally during the
I University of Florida's Homecoming celebration last fall.
"^ ^^ "^
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Shepherd announce the birth of a son,
John Martin, on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital.
' *
Mr. and Mrs. Al Herschkorn of West Palm Beach have as
their guests their niece. Miss Regina Jacoby, and their cousin,
Mrs. Clara Wiener, both of New York.
H "^ ^R
Mrs. Joseph Mendel of West Palm Beach is ill in a con-
valescent home. She is the widow of a former mayor of West
Pal mBeach.
* *
Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., entertained at a family
| dinner in honor of her husband's birthday on March 15.
Detroiters Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weisman,
Detroit, Mich., arrived in Miami
Beach on March 9 to celebrate
their twenty-fifth wedding anni-
versary on Match 11 with their
mother. Mrs. Nathan Brotman of
Montreal, Canada and sister, Ruth
Brotman, of Miami Beach.
A dinner in their honor at the
Grossinger Hotel marked the oc-
casion. Miss Brotman also en-
tertained at a dinner party at her
home in their honor. Guests in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, Port-
land, Maine, Mr. and Mrs. Long
Coral Gables, Mrs. N. Brotman,
Montreal, Canada. Audrey Edrich
Miami Beach. The Weismans were
also entertained at a luncheon at
the Sans Souci Hotel.
They are guests at the Governor
Hotel, Miami Beach, and will
spend several weeks before re-
turning to Detroit.
New 55c Unit To
Hold .Social Affair
Invitations to a social to be
given by the new Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress on Saturday. March 25
at 8:30 p.m. at the Town and
Beach Club have been sent to 200
persons, according to an an-
nouncement by Frederick Gross-
berg, acting chairman.
Miss Clara Goldenberg and
Morris Kogan have arranged the
evening's entertainment, which
will include exhibition dancing
bv Arthur Murray, cards, dancing
and refreshments.
"There has long been a need in
this area for an AJC chapter com-
posed of men and women,"
Grossberg said.
Further information about the!
affair may be obtained by calling
5-7258 or 5-7510.
____
Sarah Brameister Betrothed to T. Nelson
Gables Sisterhood Urges
Citizens To Register
In order to encourage registra- !
tion for the May primaries tha j
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables,1
Jewish Center is offering trans- >
portation to and from the court ]
house for all persons who wish'
to register, Mrs. Helen Gersten-
feld, president, has announced.
Deadline for registration is
April 1 and anyone desiring
transportation is asked to call
Mrs. Gerstenfeld.
Ardmore
Making plans for the luncheon on Friday, March 24, which
will mark the first anniversary of the Hannah Senesch Group
of Hadassah are (seated, 1. to r.) Mrs. Morris Alpert, president;
Mis. I. M. Weinstein, who will review the John Hersey novel, "The
Wall." following the luncheon; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. Max Weitz,
chairman: and Mrs. Sol Leslie, "Friday Review" chairman.______
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I JOIN US AT OUR
COMMUNITY SEDER
5 Given by
THE MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION
j at 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue
j SATURDAY. APRIL 1st, 1950. AT 8 P.M.
', Conducted by our
IKABBI SIMON APRII
and Cantor Berele Kelemer
Catered Dinner Passover Kashruth Strictly Observed
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
Call Mrs. William Weintraub at 9-4036
Floral Festivity
There is a special thrill in re-
giving flowers to add to the
9'ow of a Passover holiday. For
* Icrgest selection of flower-
9 Plants. novelty centerpieces,
th flowers and corsaqes come
-i or call ... y
CfrnRS,GES PLANTS
fromS2-00 fromS2.50
ir Uxoltr (Garfcrns, 3Jnc.
M'ami Beach
Harold Schuyler To
I Become Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schuyler,
'5835 North Bay Road, Miami
Btach, announce the Bar Mitzvah
oi their son. Harold, to be held
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center
on Saturday, March 25, at 9 a.m.
The young man is a student at
Nautilus Junior High School.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate at the ceremony.
Passover Story
A Passover story entitled "The
! Weaver of Bagdad" will be feat-
ured by Jeanette Miller, dramatic
teacher and radio performer, on
"Storv Hour" Sunday at 7:45
a.m. Of interest to Jewish youth,
the program is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
is heard every Sunday morning
over station WMIE.
_ Kaye & Moldan
Sarah Brameister and Ted Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Brameister active in campus politics and
of Palmetto, Florida, have an- publications, serving for two vears
nounced the engagement of their as managing editor of the "Alli-
daughter, Sarah, to Ted Nelson, gator, on the Honor Court and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nel- ; as general manager of the Co-
son, 1320 Michigan Ave., Miami operative Living Organization. He-
Beach, i js financial secretary and pro-
Both Miss Brameister and Mr. 2ram chairman of the Miami
Nelson are well known in Zionist Zionist District, co-chairman of
and musical circles, being active tne Young People's League of
in Miami Beach Masada and the the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
choir of Congregation Beth David. as well as on the Sunday School
The bride-elect, music teacher f'aff .f the "ntef: a emb.er. ot
at Biscayne Elementary School, is j?10"131 Youth .omm'?S!0,n
a graduate of the College of Ed- ?rnd Sholem Lodge of B nai B nth
ucation of Florida State Uni- has served as president of
versity, where she was a leader! Mlaml ,Beach Masada and as a
in campus music activities, serv- regional vice President of that
ing as secretary of the Artists: organization Mi. Nelson is as-
series. She attended Brandeis sociated in the practice of law
Music Camp in California and is *** Councilman Burnett Rota
a private teacher of piano, in |of Miami Beach._________
addition to her public school i : ~"I ^T~~,
duties, she is on the staff of the! To Mark 15th Birthday
Temple Beth Sholem Sunday Myra Gainsboro. daughter ol
School. Mr* Lee Gainsboro. 609 16th St..
Mr. Nelson is a graduate of the Miami Beach, will be honored on
University of Florida and the her 15th birthday with a dinner
University of Miami Law School, given by her friends at the Pickin
As an undergraduate he was Chicken on Saturdav, March 25.
SWISS KNIGHT
,s the FAVORITE CHEESE
in JEWISH HOMES
SO GOOD WITH FRUIT
. always serve some
Swiss Knight with fruit.
The perfect combination
for attractive, appetizing,
nourishing snacks, salads,
dairy lunches and suppers,
desserts. Remember .
whenever you bay fruit
get1 a box of your favorite
clreese delightful Swiss
Knight to enjoy with it!
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Miami
Flagler at Brido* (2-0519)
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PAGE TEN
U*UttkricJinr
FRIDAY, MARCH ?.d ^
Seal Sale Aids
Crippled Kids
TSRAEL LEADERS ARRIVE TOTOUR^ORUJa]
Mis. C. II. Reeder,
he Dado County
Crippled Children,
Urged all interested
I
.:*

T.'
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'.
I
president of
y of
this week
in the care
rr.d treatment of disabled chil-
dren to call on the society for
c.vi(.....n where such services
may be obtained.
"We are able to carry on these
services because of the funds de-
rived from the annual Easter
Seal si I is now in full
." she said. "Not only do
we provide treatment for the!
crippled and cerebral palsied, but'
the Dade County Society for
Crippled Children and the Na-
tional Society for Crippled Chil-
dren and Adults, with which we
are affiliated, are staffed with
trained consultants. Those who
wish to offer handicapped chil-
dren the best available treatment
and car- are urged to contact the
societv at 806 Douglas Road. Coral
Gables, phone 4-983.">. for in-
formation.
"A stall of medical adv
occupational, physical, and s]
. tnpl '' tnent
selors. social workers and re-
national
off : 11 insultation serv-
ices to affiliati d state and
on all phases of the
tment and training
services pro*
vidi Easter S< Is by'
te and
n ." Mrs. i
Eddy to Sing Here On Monday Xight
Nelson Eddy, popular Ameri-
can baritone, will appear in)
recital at Miami Edison Hign
School on Monday. March 27, at
8-30 p.m. under the auspices of
the University of Miami.
Eddv has enjoyed success in
.opera."oratorio, radio, recordings,
'concert and motion pictures.
Included on this program will
be sea chanties, folk songs, lied-
er as well as selections by
Gounod, Debussy, Saint-Saens.
Massenet, d'lndy and Gilbert and I Gables.
Sullivan.
Accompanying the handsome
singer at the piano will be Theo-
dore Paxson. who will piav
Andante Spianato and Grande
Polonaise Brilliante by Chopin
as a solo.
Tickets for the perfoimrnce
may be secured at the symphony
office, main campus; University
of Miami downtown ticket office
;?40 S.E. 1st St.: Miami Beach
Radio Co.; Amidon's in Coral
Director
Absorption
and Jacob
officer, have
Dr. George Josephthal (left),
Department of the Jewish Agency for Palcsfne.
Salomon. outstanding Israel attorney and armv
arrived in the United States for particrpahon .n the 1950 Un,led
Jewish Appeal campaign. Dr. Josephthal. who direct. Israels
unprecedented program for the care nnd absroplion of newcomers
nroorams of its th-ee constituent agenciesthe United Palestine
Appeal the JcYnt Dfctxibution Committee, and f,e United Service
for New Americans.________________________________
Hebrew Seliool
To Hold Sedorlm

brew ~: 1 I and C

26, '
R Sii n April v
are Mrs. Dav
Mrs. ton and Mrs. I
The Miami i!
Con n will als i sp n
a Seder on Satur
8 p.m. in the dining
1 uild ng, 1101
: Ave. Rabbi April will
i nd Can: r Bereli
will i tit the ]
:: tered
the Passover K .ruth
tly observed.
' -
tained I ing Mrs.
: ". int 9-4036 or
!-
Auxiiliarv So Hear
Itablii l.eliriiian
Ri nan
The -:
ing of thi M'ai B W
Aux .;. ti i thi Ji .-. ish Homt r
the Ag< d on Tuesd; y, Man h 28.
ai 1 i : ''.- ...ii :!
Miami Beach. President Mrs.
Benjamin Appel will officiate.
Cantor Jacob Y. G ildring will
offer vocal solos, accompanied by
Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag at the
piano.
Miss Clara Goldenberg. chair-
llearh Cent* To
Hold Model Seder
A model Socle:- : II bi c in-
ducted by the Miami B
Jewish Center Schools
S mday, Mar b 26. at 10 a.m.
in : patio.
The Seder will be conduct* d bj
: Irving Lehrman. with the

nts. Slated to participate are
i r, Roy Calechman,
Eioffspiegel, Arthur Holtz,
i ild Isen, Leonard Kay. Irving
Feigenblatt, Stephen Blane, Paul
W( iss. Frank Bauer. Robert Stai-
man Peter Hornick. Sandra Lev>,
Jason Lesser. Melvin Wolfe.
B ley Barbai Turoff and
R Klonsky.
The Seder '.'.ill be sponsored
l and the
p i nt-Ti iation.
; : I'TA who will
act as hostesses include the
l. onard Wolfe, I
. Irving ; n, Samuel
. Paul Wai :en. Mu
rlermai L luis
Roloff, I ving Cypei G(
man. Leo Brand
Hy Swi et? H ith S hein-
fi Id, Gertrude SiegeL L> e Kaplan,
Manny Jacobson. Ray Wilson,
.i Z Allen Waller and
William Waller.
Junior Congregati n Passover
services will take place in the
chapel of the center. Sunday and
Monday, Apr:! 2 and 3. and Sat-
urday and Sunday. April 8 and 9.
at 9:30 a.m.
Stuart Blumbcrg of the post
: Bar Mitzvah class will act as
rabbi: Stuart Rubin, grade 4. will
Program Will Present
Story Of Franz Boas
Neil Ha: lollywood i
in "The Story of F
Bi as," i imous anthropologist., in
ti -.i lie ;n the "I- "''
: : Great Am
: Sal
2 5 p.m. over .-'.at. ::
WVCG, (' bles.
Participants in the
minute live panel discussion t i
follow the transcription will be:
Gilbert J. Balkin, director. Florida
regiona. office. Anti-Defama
League of B'nai B'rith, moderator:
Professor Edward Beard, depart-
ment of sociology, and Pro!
Millar A. F. Ritchie, depart-:. nl
of education. University of Mi m
of a ie&t\w
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man of the nominating commit-
tee, will present a slate of officers act as cantor and Joseph Schwartz
and board members for the next of grade 2, will read from the
term. Torah.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in-
forms the public:
1.
Not to buv PASSOVER PRODUCTS unless you consult
an orthodox, authentic Rabbi as to the veracity of the
product;
Rabbi who endorses the
That statements such as "Traditional S'dorim Conducted"
do not verify that the place is kosher:
That hotels and restaurants may buy kosher meats and yet
not be kosher for Passover as well as for the whole year
around:
That the insignia of the GMVH n 1 D 3 on a chicken
in a live poultry market is only proof that it is kosher when
it is freshly killed and not when it is frozen;
That chickens that do bear the ring with the insignia of
the GMVH fl "'" J in the stores are endorsed by the
Greater Miami Vaad:
6. That meat markets without the sign of the GMVH are
neither supervised nor endorsed by the Vaad.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3S95.
3.
4.
5.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres.
A. M. BEAR, Vice Pres.
H. SOOTIN, Sec
S. LOBEL, Treas.


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pnmAY. MARCH 24, 1950
An Open Letter To The Editor
Of The Jewish Floridian
+Jmtst)fk)rkto>l
wj
PAGE ELEVEN
Journalist To Speak At
Hollywood Jewish Center
eliminated, they will then be com- ,Te Jew'"h Community Center
pelled to build proper housing H<^'ywood will observe Wel-
units or suffer the loss of revenue 5re fedferat,on Sabbath Friday.
I hope and trust that I have rch 24, at 8;15 P-m- with ^e
made my position clear that as ^PPearance of Yehuda Hellman.
long as private capital is willine jmeF nead of tn* United Nations
to invest and will comply with Jewis'1 Telegraphic Agency bu-
law that I am of the firm and ah",in Ta-ho *'" sPeak in
conscientious opinion that it oen~u 0I tne United Jewish Ap-
should be given every opportuni- ; Pn .
ty to do so and that federal as-ir i, and educated in Israel
sistance in the nature of federal f?c!lman studied at the Hebrew
housing should not be acceptable i T5'!7 '" Jerusalem and re-I
to a community wher the suddIv ved f de*ree in political \
of housing is adequate to take I sc,enfe ?' the American Uni-
care of the demand. diversity of Beirut.
Statements have been made | l&f h^rt^*^. |
i ->".. win-
colored and whitelerfion of W PalSne' "" '*"** Agt'nCy fr
will rer.i^vJSthbUt l take place An ^^utive of the local Fd-
snace in he Wai*6 a,"uUnt u'f eralion wil! P*" Hellman and
space in the local press as has the Rabbi Jacob J Home will con- I
discussions in the past week. ; duct the services Mrs Hal"e!
1 am sure you will recall that Wagner will be guest soloist
in my campaign for election to :-------------------------- -____________
the office of City Commissioner. I
Mi. Fred Shochet, Editor
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida
Dear Fred:
\t last Wednesday's City Com-
mission meeting I was one of the
majority of the commissioners
voting "No" ""on the proposal
submitted concerning slum clear-
ance and federal aid for public
housing.
The Miami Herald and Miami
Daily News have carried edi-
torials and numerous news stories
severely criticizing the majority
pf the commissioner* on our stand
and vote. I would like to take
this opportunity, in consideration
{0r your previous support during
mv candidacy for election to the
City Commission and the consid-
er.'! accurate reports you
gave f my views concerning my
candidacy." to tell you why V
voted "No" on federal housing,
first : all, I am certain that
mderstand and I trust my
-.: will realize that
ite in the negative for as-
sistance from the federal govern-
ment foi additional public hous- j stated that" I had "made" no c
ing in Miami, in my opinion, doer I mitments to any person or per-'
not preclude nor does it indicate i sons, eroup or groups of peoples'
the lack :" interest in the elimi-' and that on all- occasions if
nation o; sub-standard housing i elected, that I would vote in'ac-
in the city. cordance with the dictates of mv
I am firmly convinced and i own conscience and I want you t I
satisfied that the Federal Housins I believe that I am firmly con-'
Act. o: adopted in 1937.1 vinced and satisfied that there is
was at the time of its adoption, a I no need for additional public
plan c.nu-.ved for the betterment: housing with federal asistance in
of the entire country. The reason I Miami today and that if I felt
being thai at that time and for such a need existed. I would vote
.hereafter, the hous- | to get it. In the firm belief that
rtaee was acute and a i my vote will eventually be in the
serious problem in many areas of; interest of the greatest number of',
lh( United States and particularly, people and for the benefit of not
in Miami I am just as much | only this community but the
' that there is no j country as a whole, I am
need : r federal assistance in- Yours sincerely
Ifurth public housing pro- lonPBivnrr
:. the Miami area today for ... rrL1f" BA-NDEL
this reason: Even the Miami Miami City Commissioner.'
bsewspapers have stated publicly \-------------------------------
Bhattherec rds reflect that Miami I _
leads the country in home build- otate To Observe Nat 1
tog. This immediately suggests.; Negro Health Week
lii one : a proponent of the public ;
Ihousini the iry, that building i Florida, like other Southern.
[homes does not necessarily mean states, has good reason for adding
[suitable living quarters for the; special emphasis to the observ- Officiating at the traditional
people who are accustomed and,ance of National Negro Health Passover Seders al the Delano
[have been forced to live in slum|w'eek APnl 2"9- according to Dr Hotel on Saturday and Sunday.
|areas or sub-standard houses.' llson J- Sowder. Florida State April 1 and 2. will be Cantor
[That, of : urse. is true. However, | Health officer. Milton Freedman. Assisting him
[the principal objection that I have! '"We are encouraged by the will be the Miami Beach Jewish
[heard raised to the sub-standard notable progress in the field of Center Choir under the direction
[housing condition presently exist- Negro health during the past 20 of Ben Yomen.
[ing in Miami has been that the years.'' Dr. Sowder added. "But so
Gables Center
To Hold Sedorim
Boys and girls ef the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Religious
Schools will conduct their first
annual model Seder under thc-
direction of Rabbi Morris Skop
on Sunday, March 26. at 10 am.
Rsr Mitzvah boys will chant the
Kiddush and join Cantor Joseph
W. Malek in the Passover
melodies A luncheonette will be
served under the direction of Mrs.
Ruph Bargteil, principal.
The center will sponsor an adult
Seder on Sunday, April 2, at
6:30 p.m. with Mrs. Maurice
Cort-nblum as chairman. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling Mrs
bim Silver or the temple office
on or before Sunday, March 26
Card Party Scheduled
Congregation Beth El and its
Sisterhood will sponsor a card
party on Sunday, March 26, at
8 p.m. at Dora August Memorial
Hall.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Max Rapaport. Assisting her are
the Mesdames George SoJinger,
Abe Pepper, and Abiat.dm
Greenberg.
Gisnet To Speak
Morris Gisnet will speak on
"Judaism and Humanity" in He-
brew at a meeting of the
Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith of
Greater Miami on Sunday, Mar'-h
26, at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th
St., Miami Bfcach.
[high rental rates have compelled long as the Negro death rate lags
[many of the Negroes to live in significantly behind that of the Poultry Plucking Machine
[overcrowded rooms, aoartments white population, we still have h;j_ H< u____..;..
[and houses. It is quite possible cause for concern. *" }UY Housewives
Ithat this is true. But. the high "Disease and death draw '
shochet. will be on the puswisen
[cause of the law of supply and we are concerned with health ,
Idemar.d. There are presently education and prevention meas- |5n!t ,S ,V^f[r'~-
greeted and being erected many, ures for such diseases as tuber- %*?** a,nl ""***> fr0m
pany 5nd apartments culosis and venereal disease \ 830 am" to 2 30 ? ^
Rucnwill] :e standard hous- among Negroes." -------------------------------
rngfacil:-,:, tor the Negro people Progress Florida has made in Beach AJC To Meet
Eft-fed : -n^.theeX1ft: Creasing the life span of its The Miami Beach Chapter it
I r.- units, private Negro populatlon is shown m the j^^^^ Jew:5h Cor.,
Ino t Jnvested statistical tables compiled by the has scheduled its next meeting
Enid- 5h;igg"^^ State Health Board's Bureau of for Monday. March 27. at I p.m.
upon ?hV /' ^ "f returv%ned Vital Statistics. at the Town and Beach Club Mi-
estment furnishing, x 1M0 f instanCe. the life i ami Beach.
emand. art :. the very near
[.ut.urfc PPing it, will forcibly
feauce the amount of rent now
r:n sought the land owners.
L!.y licly, and I am
F'i rirrr. in my position, that I
L as a City Commis-
zen of Miami and
.'"' r-S- every bit of
kJ nc'' that r Posibly can in
EUmi '''' towards the
C."81 tandard hous-
Cm'v, S"*3"^ by condemnation
Kir N COn"
C : : the P"T>ose of
K1;- nd from the land
bf pj r ther ''' the purpose
C,Semnm8 as suitable
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PAGE TWELVE
9-Jewlst ncrkiian
FRIDAY, MARCH 24,
111
It Happened On Passover !
By RABBI PHILIP GOODMAN
Director of Jewish Education of JWB's Jewish Center Division
Thi, collection Of qualnl and unfamiliar sideliRhts on Mm^h
adults published by JWB.THE EDITOR. .,;-
Caucasion Jews observe the Seder ceremony with a unique
custom. Several families assemble together in the home of the
Chacham (Wise Man). In the midst of the service, an impressive
dramatization is enacted ... A knocking, made by one of the
young men masqueradina as a poor traveller from the rioiy
Land, is heard at the door. When and abroad were organized during
the four war-time Passovers
(1942-45) by the National Jewish
Welfare Board through its artni d
services workers and Jewish
chaplains. During this period
JWB shipped to all corners of the
world more than 1.000.000 pounds
a of matzoth. tons of kosher f.-od
of Jerusalem and assures the supplies and nearly 500,000 Hag-
gathering of the speedy rcdemp- gadahs. Ini 1949. four years after
tinn of all Israel the war. JWB made posible seder,
tion ot an uran. f | ^ ug domestic and 31 overseas
At the conclusion of the Seder military installations For these
service, each male Jew of Moroc- seders JWB shipped 3.500 pounds
co places a staff and pack over his j of kosher foods ranging from ,
shoulder and rushes into the I eefilte fish to chicken fat and.
street shouting these words of the j from borsht to nuts: 20.000 pounds |
Haggadah: 'In this mai I it of matzoth. 6..00 Haggadah* and {
forefathers went out of Egypt. 33 000 Passover greeting cards and I
their kneading troughs bound up leaflets. ^"^"^I*"tstt^ i
in the:.' clothes upon their! being made for Passovei this
Beth Sholom PTA
To Seat Leaders
no answer is forthcoming, the
young man calls and asks for
permission to enter. Following a
ci nv: sation in which the
I ves evidence of the
fact that he is a Jew. he is ad-
mitted into the room. He brings
hearty greetings from the sages
shouldc: s."
* #
According t i a leading r
baker. "
year.

In the davs of the Talmud, it
was customary to make matzohs
I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES
A Passover Reflection
By ARTHUR I. ZEIGER
I believe in miracles. It is
through miracles that the Eternal
speaks to man.
Specifically I believe in the
miracle:
The blade of grass whose mvs-
tery science may exolain but
never fully understand.
In the miracle of an EpvDt'fi
Israeli, stammerin? in speech,
standing before Earth's then
greatest potentate demanding.
"Let mv peopl" go"
In the miracle of es-^no from
Er/votian bondage plains* over-
whelming odds and Israel's wan-
dering for fortv vears on an area
now traversed in so many
minutes.
The choosing of Israel to re-
ceive the Torah for itself and act
as the custodian of this Holv
Bond between man and his Maker
helped reach the highest state,
prosperity. The miracle of
Italo-Spanish convert, but sw-jl
ly and at heart a true and devil
the very year when his breth.i
were compelled to take the v\
J^a?.1i'_..d.i.lC-.Ver!ng America u
sal
dering staff in search of friendUJ
shores. "*|
The miracle that every natil
that maltreated the Children*!
Israel, from Egypt down to Hl
present day. went down into ok!l
livion or has lost its erstwhM
power and prestige.
The miracle of the Seder ci '
mony; its survival and nbse*vail
by the Children of Israel throurtl
out the world, North. South. E
and West, from the time of i
liverance from bondage to
day and for the ages to come 1
observance is not by firewo'rh
So?onlv ETthe child of Sri ^al^ofV^^ "^
^SUtS%* Com- 3~33
i ne mii diii ui in.* *", j ; pulse voluntarily manifested'.
BSSfV JSCi ti fei^ -
Torah into the Babylonian Exile: Vtt irl?.U
leavenc i bread different artistic shapes and
a bar m< ns figures. These forms we"-" n t ar-
H< proved by many authorities as it
that we can tell when :tated allowing the
stand longer which might cause
fermentation. While the original
n
not ere 1 n-
sumption of mate has
. in the past few yi
has been a great gain in Mexic
and Cuba. At times, too, a de-
crei may be indicative of an-
other trend in Jewish life, S
times such a decrease signifies
a diminishing of the religioui m-
sciousness."
* *
"Chad Gadya." the concluding
hymn of the Haggadah. written
in Aramaic, served to into I
children as it is written in the
same style as the nursery rhyme.
"This is the house that Jack built."
Another song of the Haggadah
begins with: "Who knows one?
I know one: One is the Eternal,
who is above heaven and earth."
ntinues asking and answer-
ing questions up to thirteen. It is
said that this was written espe-
cially as a :hildren's song, to keep
sted in the Sed- I -
.ti end.

I group seders
:' r Jewish 1 in the
purpose of perforating matzoh
was to prevent it from rising, in
manv instances the perforations
wete utilized to form figures of
anim?k and .flowers.
.
In the hills oi Shechem, Pales-
tin", the Samaritans, a small sect,
who number less than two bun-
dled and claim descent from the
Lost Ten.Tribes of Israel, cele-
brate Passover today as it was
observed thousands of years ago.
On the eve of the festival, they
assen.ble on Mt. Gerizim, attired
in long, white, flowing gowns and
with due pomp and ceremony
sacrifice the paschal lamb. A true
description of the service as it is
now enacted by the Samaritans
is contained in the Bible itself.
"They shall take to them every
man a lamb, a Iamb for a house-
hold and-the--whole assembly
of the congregation o* Israel shall
kill it at duSk;. and thus shall
ye eat it: with your kins girded,
your shoes .on.your feet and
your.jStaH: in your hand: and ye
; JEWibil IU1CJ III "5 VUUI ,*ttU' HI ,*>'' i.awvi.
at home'shall eat :-it in-haste .
- 1-vOC- .. .. .
....
.

Ardnioro
Mrs. Hymnn Kaplan
The newly elected oficers and
directors of the PTA of Temple
Beth Sholom will be installed at
a luncheon with a Passover motif
on Monday. March 27. at 12:30
p.m. in the temple patio.
The luncheon will be preceded
by a special Passover Seder in-
stitute for mothers at 11 a.m..
during which all mothers will
participate in a Seder and learn
now to make their home cere-
mony an interesting function.
Officers who will be seated are
Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, president:
Mrs. Norman Russ, first vice
president; Mrs. Leon Kronish.
second vice president; Mrs. Eu-
gene Weine, recording secretary;
Mrs. Benjamin Mandell, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Neil
Kars, treasurer; Mrs. Alfred M.
Mamlet, honorary president.
Board members who will be in-
stalled include the Mesdames
Leon Alexander, Saul Cohen, Max
Diener, Aaron Farr, Sam Frankel,
David Godlin. Charles Goldberg,
Gilbert Goldman, Joseph Gould,
Harold Grannff. Bernard Hoff-
man, Lewis Huntington, Morris
Kandel, Maurice Kovnat, Jack
Lawson, Jack Low. William
Masur, Lyon Pitt. Lou Ross, Ben
Sabin. Randolph Shevach, Carl
Susskind Aaron Tubin. Bertram
I Waller, Louis Zeller; Mrs. Leon
J. Ell and Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins, ex-offieio.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
conduct the ccremonv. assisted by
Cantor Samuel Kelemor. Mrs.
Norman Russ is in charge of
reservations. Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man is in charge of the luncheon,
which will be a home-cooked
meal.
he Second Commonwealth: the
destruction of the Temple by a
'heinous tyrant. In all this destruc-
tion, shame and humiliation, the
miracle of the survival of the
Israeli spirit and th- spread of the
L3w to th remnants of Israel and
through them to the nations of
the world.
The miracle of carrving the
torch of enlightment in the midst
of the dark ages so that the con-
tinuity of the law may not be
interrupted. The miracle of ten
thousand score, over 200.000
Spanish Israeli, rather than to
change the faith of their fore-
fathers, like one man. left their
centuries-old Iberian domicile.
The miracle of escaping the in-
quisition and the auto-da-fe in a
land which they inhabited for
centuries and which by their
learning, industry and love they
The miracle that ancient Isrrf
was reborn as a nation on its en
soil as a homeland after
thousand years of wandering afl
yearning. The miracle that tj
language of their I, refatherj_
serving for two thousand ye
only in writing and in letters,
literature and compendia.
moved from thi the peopfel
became as if overnieht i
living, throbbing language of I
renewed nation.
The miracle of the proph
that the two great Democrac:
America and Israel, will en:
into an inseparable bond
covenant with one another,
spirit of Washington, Jefferso
Lincoln and Roosevelt m
entwine with that of the Propi*
of yore that Shalom peace
harmony may reign on this P
for evermore.
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DAY, MARCH 24, 1950
The Jewish UN Officials
*'JewIst) ncrkHan
PAGE THIRTEEN
By DAVID
Tl0 officials of the United
ations are devoting much
nueht and energy these days to'
^living the acute problem cre-
\ei by the boycott of U.N. organs
,. th' Soviei Blue in protest!
gvnst"the continued presence cf
rationalist Chinese delegates. As
ual when the UN is up against
'ucial problems, a key figure in
nhnnin" ->w1 npuntiatinnc ic
;,,,al when the UN is up against
' 'cms, a key figure in
0 iind negotiations is
;, ex-New Deal lawyer
lorn Brooklyn named Abraham
\ \'oe Feller is the Sam Rosen-
L*n of UN administration. As UN
tneral counsel and Trygve iLe's
trsonal counsel, Feller plays a
Cl'p in the world organization,
Irtuallv identical "'i'h that per-j
l-p.^fi bv S.'!"t'ol RnRnnman f--1
r?< -"'1! p*H *ba New
, ad'.' ": L'ke R^s^n-I
I .... v. M Vfa&*r fa--j
| '>n 1.-"' n-ithc Ho V'plr.-
.;p ffv-> h --'-- i-nno"lftc nr?vi*"c
|m m >" !T '1' "nttn-<; an**
......"-:-' necessan-
k.-^lin- ''V P--.V.1.- <;.
|c mar]r 44-V0Will
L T'"-! r> V,f
Imp's'--'" .....P novi-sri^ t*r-
k- n 5n#f*ns ^ ft-,.-,'
"He h"*' h'S :n"'an''-
K ......s his r.vp"t
Id i"-n'.o" *,-, tv.^-
' "! ouestion. It
' it tb<> m^st;
r- '...... factor >n the
Jnmic ni-" S ^fon th f"iir
I''"' is for sn in-
jrim aere< n world con-
' the UN Atomic
|iergy C rrmission by Gen.;
ins P. R president of the j
fcneral A-- nblv The proposals:
fere actual'v worked out bv Abe ,'
r'or. at P mulo'a reauest.
[There was nothing surprising in j
Vmuln's deoision to call unon'
kller for thp precedent-setting
love of injecting the UN admin- i
ration into the delicately-bal-
bed delibe-it:ons of a sovereign
K organ. Feller has been the
Ti ch;ef trouble-shooter at
lerv eritical moment in the!
rrld orfar ration's hrjpf career |
Bt was Feller who led the attack i
f the Berlin stalemate that had |
bst of the world closer to war,
Iters than any other develop-
ment of the cold war. He headed '
> the investigation of the Berlin I
irrency pr.'blem which had'
eipitated the Russian blockade '
I the city, a study that sought
It failed to f:nd a way out of
impasse. Eearlier, Feller
jayed a key part in the discus-
fns on the Palestine situation
Juch led to Great Britain's re-
F5t for > Jpecial session of the
WESLEY
General Assembly in 1947 to take
up the issue.
Feller's tenure with the world
parliament goes back well be-
yond the first Palestine caseso
far back, in fact, that he can claim
two "firsts." He was the first
American hired by the UN after
the official organization of the
secretariat (he was hired by Lie
^^L^ .and he was the first
UN official to reach American
shores from London, in which
capacity he had the dubious dis-
tinction of selecting Hunter Col-
lege gymnasium as the original
American site of the orgenizatioi-..
His connections with the UN
however, pre-date even this'
period. A Harvard Law School
graduate. Feller had been a spe-
cial assistant to the Atterney-
General for six years of the New
Deal, counsel for the TNEC and
general counsel of the OWI. From
these American posts he jumped
"]to,JJl?^j.ob of general counsel
of UNRRA and then became a
member of the U.S. delegation to
the United Nations Preparatory
Commission in London and to the
first General Assembly meeting
there. He also attended the pro-
ceedings at San Francisco as
UNRRA representative; the only
thing Feller missed was Dum-
barton Oaks.
Feller has managed to negotiate
the zig-zag course back and forth
between national and interna-
tional employment without too
much mal de mer, but it led to
one rather odd situation. In
London, he started out represent-
ing the United States in the UN-
US. deliberations over the head-
quarters agreement and ended up
representing the UN ;n the same
discussions, having transferred
;obs meanwhile.
'The Poorest Son
By ALFRED SEGAL
Feller stoutly maintains, how-
ever, that the question of loyal-
ties has never been an undue
problem for him. even though he
may be said to be involved in
three instead of the usual two of
other UN employees. Besides be-
ing an international official and
an American, Feller has never
made any bones about the fact
that, as a Jew, he has a special
interest in another UN member
stateIsrael.
ov
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WFne^/Chewolet Dealer"
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In the case of the latter, he
had a convincing opportunity not
long ago to demonstrate his ob-
jectivity when he appeared be-
fore the International Court of
Justice to argue the UN's claim
for reparations in the death of
UN employees in the performance
of duty. The chief claim at the
time was against Israel because
of the killing of Count Berna-
dotte in Jerusalem, and Israel was
protesting the claim. Feller won
the case for the UN.
The conflict of loyaltiesone's
j national background versus one's
responsibility to the UNha*
long been one of the more fasci-
; nating human problems within
; the international body. Abe
Feller, who has been confronted
with it as long as anyone and as
intimately because of his high-
level advisory position, has an
explanation that illuminates in
one sentence how the conflict has
, been resolved so successfully for
the# great majority of UN em-
ployees. "I neither lean over
backward nor lean over forward,"
i he says. "That would be false. I
' can serve the UN without schizo-
phrenia simply because I believe
! its constant strengthening and its
success is in the larger interest
, of the United States."
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I, I know the guy very well. I
(have come across him often in
| the course of a long journey of a
life-time. At times I get mad at
nim but more often I laugh He
t is so amusing. Finally, I am sad
1 "l? the one who is called
The Wicked Son in the Seder
service. He is the second of those
four sons of whom tnt- othei
: three arc the Wise Son, the Foolish
;.V>n and the son who is unable
to ask what Pesaeh is all about.
1 he being too young.
You remember the Wicked Son
makes his appearance almo I al
: the beginning of the Haggadah
He is the one who asks the ques-
!.',?"_ w,ln m''tking impudence:
What mean YE by this service'"
He sits at the Seder like an
insolent stranger who haa been
let in on it. The Had lal
him: "Inasmuch as he says YE
and not WE. he excludes him-
self from the household of Israel."
His father is instructed by
Haggadih to answer him: "We
have this Seder because of that'
which the Lord did for ME v. hen
I came forth out of Egypt For
ME and not for YOU, for had.
vou been there, you would not
nave been found worthy of being
redeemed."
Yes. I have :.'--n the '.
every once in awhile. His .
IS Zilch, let us say; though he
occurs under various names. I
remember when he was starting
to build his house he looked
around for a spot where there are
no other Jews. There he hoped
to live in a separation so com-
plete that hi? ': Id -. could for-
get they had started out to be
Jewish. He was still feeling about
being Jewish as he did far back
there in the Haggadah.
He was disappointed in the
1 new house, though. It wasn't long
! before anether Jew with the
same idea came out that way to
: live, bult his house next door,
practically. The two hated each
other. He said to his wife, "It
seems we just can't escape them.
Where we go, they go."
His wife said she could just,
, hate herself, the way she was;
, born. By this she meant she felt
that way because she was bom '
I in a Jewish family. Her father, j
' a gentle little man. had meant
no harm and wouldn't have done i
a thing to hurt her at the time.
Surely, he would have said.
"Better my daughter shouldn't be
born than to suffer."
But he didn't know how she
would suffer and so she was born.
He named her Sarah, not knowing
what pain the name would give
; her later. She came to hate her
name but name :s easily rid of.
So in time she took the name of
Ruth. She did not know that Ruth
was Biblically Jewish, too. bui
what she didn't know couldn't
hurt her. She was thankful that
as Ruth she was helping herself
to escape Jewish connections
until the time the other Jewish
family moved in practically next
door.
Mr. and Mrs. Zilch had a house
that was the last word, as they
say. By pressure on electronic
buttons everything they desired
came to them. One button kept
them cool in the summer-time
another button warmed them at
I the frrat touch of winter, but they
I weren't really comfortable.
Those people next door' M.-3.
[ Zilch was always saying the place
would be perfect if it weren't for
I those people next door But ther.
hating a neighbor isn't the worst
discomfort to be suffered. You
can even enjoy the spiritual ex-
ercise of hating a neighbor. It
keeps the bIod in warm cir-
culation.
What really made the Zilches
so uncomfortable at 4838 Shangri-
La Drive (that was their address
was that they hated themselves
as much as they did. They hared
the way they warn born Je-isn.
(Continued on Page 13
Searching For Chometz
^r--------^-,;--. -.*.--~ --. _
Pictured above U a father searching for chomet*. This act
must be performed prior to Passover to make certain that the
house is entirely free of leavened bread. This year, due to the fact
that the fint Seder falls on Saturday night, the search must be
conducted on Thursday evening. March 30. All cnomets discovered
during the search must be burned by 10:40 ajn. Friday. March 31.
HIAS has forwarded a sub-
stantial amount of remittances to
individuals in Israel from their
friends and relatives here in
America. Thousands upon thous-
ands of dollars were thu3 hllHIglll
to needy individual! and at the
same time helped the '--,.-.-..-.-./
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1950
'Jenistifh rid inn
PassoverA Time Of Deliverance Th> Poorest Son
paci: nrn:i:N
By MOSES A. LEVITT
(Executive Vice Chairman, Joint Distribution Committee)
For hundred? of thousands of Jews overseas, Passover 1950
holds special, personal meaning.
More than 200,000 Jews in Israel will sit down to the Seder
service to celebrate not only the journey of their fathers from
bondage to freedom, but their own similar journeys.
Twelve months ago. at this I
time, these very same Jews were African lands ready to leave the
living in European lands, or in *',,h and squalor of their |
anv of a dozen Arab countries, or homes. They, too, look forward
in "far-off Shanghai. Their Seder !to the age-old dream"'Next Yeai
took place in a drab DP camp in Jerusalem."
in Germany, or the dark squalor: In addition, a second "Magic
of a Jewish ghetto in a North Carpet Operation" is now in
African city or a lowly hut in progress from certain Countries of
mounts.nous Yemen. the Near East where Jews
Now, a year later, thanks to: suffered persecution and fa
JDC's "Operation Magic Carpet." j The full story of these people and
which has airlifted more than I the countries from which they
42.000 Jews from Yemen to Israel, i come cannot be reported at this
and to less spectacular JDC- time, but the numbers are large
sponsored emigration operations, and the need for prompt action
these Jews find themselves, remains a grave concern
miraculously, in Israel. And while Anri f- iHii bmm^. .u-
ry -V&rD~undergoing ^^JnSfirjsiSt-
H^SSF-i'SS IhI" e^mS-^d^cCm^ &
are at las: free citizens in a free feSST toLriTZSfillg
But the Jews who haxe arrived ^hL^PaSvc-^l?^'
in Israel since Passover last, art- it Jithrmtaf e" *'" ta
not the :.:;. ones for whom the Ut hme and "**
Seder service will have a deep u Among them are 4.000 so-called
ning. In Europe still, "hard core" who have been
in North Africa's cities and towns, f"m immigration beca-j
countries of the Near ness- age or physical disabilitie
E are tens of thousands For them, a medical welfare
it the ancient pray- gram, established in Israel b
er, "Next Year in Jerusalem." Israeli government, the J<
pe. All told, there Agency and the JDC will -
130.000 Jews, ex- forth enable them to leave ft
the Holy Land Spe
rehabilitation cenfa -
ng prepared in I
1.500 immigrants are receiving
care under -
:h offers new hope to
-r.hr-: core" DPi to tea I
handicapped J Euro-
and Moslem Ian
d new immigrarj
:r. Israel.
_ n* k are tl :
I
sonai idU utij
E
B it bethei men fervent ;..
"Next Year in Jei
:: rr.^= s~ = r.d i>.
upon the Air.*.-;:s.-. 1
community arid :: response
Uruted Jewish Appeal.
where they are tc a home
.: i giganti: undertaauns.
uag large-scale
Ships ar.d plase-s :;.-.-
movin
se waiting to go to
States and other lands,
; aiding on JDCar.d
wish Appeal which
pi v funds for JDC's re-
r. and res v. -
Mto help them
at dream of .
(Continued from Page 13)
they hated the wav theii Ji
identity kept Intruding on them,
tney hated their faces when they
looked in the mirror,
When you hate vouiself It's .i
constant, dull pain. Thi re's no
stimulation in it like the hate thai
you give out against sort,, one
else. You go to bed with it. you
arise with it. p accompanies you
on your pleasure trips to night
clubs; it trots along with you
at th<- dance. There no living
with it. The Zilches couldn't get
ovr hating themselves
They hated then, selves even
more because thev found no
preferment in the place
they had settled in ord< i to get
away from Jews. The neighbors
were all kind enough ;,nd Mr
Zilch was invited to heron.' a
member of the Shrangri-La lm-
rement Association whj'-h had
to do with getting better roads
for the village.
-. even in the improvement
association Mr. Zilch wasn't a
happy man. He felt sure that the
other members had their secret
ideas about him. Since he hated
i ''. so much as Jew, how
could any one else hat* him tea
Mr. Zilch told his wife hi could
definite:-.- tee] the hostility of all
the neighborsfriendly tl .-
- .--. wereall about him ai tl
tigs of the Shangri-La Im-
prove ment Associat.
One a -..-.-...- g the main
ghl -. ... rge piece -1
that devs I ZUch no

Prominent
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Passover Precautions 1
By KAimi MOSES MESCHELOFF
Executive Director Bath Jacob Vaad Hakathruth
Passover begins Saturday evening, April and ends Sunday
night, April :. Th use oi all mannei ol chomi i/ (leaven) and rl all
foods containing chometz or vessels used for such food i 11 I'm hidden
throughout the Pai sover,
Ail Passovei packaged products should beai the endorsement
of an Orthodox Rabbi on the original package Label "K er and the like ;,,. not :iifluieni M.,1/0. ,,,.,, I-. .1 M for
'. use" may not be eatei Passover wines, slivovitz ofa
should bear the name oi the endorsing rabbis on each label
No cakes sre being bake.i i, the j;,-/...,v., ,,.!.,/ on.ie,
Rabbinic supervision by any local bakery The Pararnouril I-., i..-, /
Sheridan Bake Shop and Q *, S Bakery have pledged u, h. -
the entire Pa i iovi pi riod
Whenever possible, new utensils or those used only foi Pa lovsi
nouta '" "' on Passovei Enamel ware, agate ware k>'< iwara
(used foi hot food-., and plastic ware cannot be mads k ln-i for
Pa over jf previously used with chometz,
Local dairy products can be obtained undei Rabbinti super*
',-''" ''' following beai the endorsement of Rnhh Mow*
Meschelofi: Land O'Sun Dairies, Florida Dairy, Southern Dairies
Dade Count/ Dairy, MeAit.hu/ Dairy and Sunnybrooh r.'ieameri
P<-\,...--,!;,, hearing :.pee,;,| J'.v.-.oy.: nov/ns, .. also Ufldri J.,- .,)
supervision for Passover,
All fresh fruits and most vegetable excepting legunv
hear... pe.-,., string beans, etc., may h<- used on Pa ovi
for information concerning any Passovei product bod
of koshering utensils," or .-my othei Passovei problem .< to
arrange foi the sale of chometz (Mechlra Chometzj cal Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, executive director, of the Beth Jacob Vaad
HaJsastouth, 3-61.50 or r,-iw.


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these Jews? The;
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for the "Now or N
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tc depart before
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this an at. al-
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FRIDAY, MARCH ->a
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3
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Complete the of
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No. 2'/i
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RIDAY, MARCH 24, 1950
+J(wisti fkoriafictr
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Grossman To Be Principal Speaker
it Miami Teen-Age Conclave Sunday
11 Grossman, adminis-
iistant at the Israel
EtaTol information, will be the
&al speaker at the Greater
Miss
fctive
. conclave to be
''f,nl1:, Irance of National
wish Youth Wee^at the Miaini
Kh Community Center all
tv Sunday. March 26. Her topic
fe be "Israel and Youth."
lung-time Miamian, Miss
.'ussman is a graduate of Miami
pnior High School, received her
Xlor of Arts degree at the
University of Miami, and her
iasters in journalism at North-
Lestern University. At the uxn-
lersitv here, --he was the editor
rthe'Hurricane. the school news-
anc was a member of
fho's Who in American Colleges.
Univerities. After gradua-
she held the position of news
litor at The Jewish Floridian.
Her present position took her
a Israel last summer for a three
oonth's staj and last summer she
pas one of the main speakers at
liie National .Jewish Youth Con-
ference at Camp Welmet, N. Y.,
Iponsored by the National Jewish
Welfare B( aid. She is 4he
laughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
}rossman.
The conclave is open to all teen-
agers in the community and is
[. rn 'red by the Miami
Beach YMHA Youth Council, the
i'nai B"r th Youth Council, the
imi Springs teen-
I Miami Jewish Com-
Inunity Center Youth Council.
N Dade Jewish C">m-
|nunity C( nter teen agers and the
Council.
fee is 50 cents and
I payal .:i the center activities
|t:: ".Mre March 26.
am will be as follows:
9 a.m.Registration.
10 a.m Basketball game. Mi-
imi Beam YMHA vs. Hialeah.
iNarih Dade, Miami Springs,
combine.
11:30 a.m.Three workshops on
the problems of Jewish Youth.
The first will be "What Has the
Community to Offer the Teen-
agerWhat Has the Teen-Ager
Offer the Community?" Gus
IJacobson. executive director of
the Miami Beach YM & WHA.
[will be the discussant and Jack
IFurman. president of the Beach
pouth Ci uncil, will chair the
I ission,
The second workshop is en-
titled What Does Being Jewish
IMean to the Teen-Ager?" with
Is, of the Miami
C mmunity Center, and
[;- Singer, of the Center
> Council, chairing the
1 1 workshop will deal
with the question "How Can the
Teen-Ager Take Over
Llf Iniuranc* EitiU*
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417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogues and Private
use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
enso noiD
Telephone 5-9017
Leadership Tomorrow?" with Hy
Pomerantz of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education leading the discus-
sion and Bernie Segal, president
of the Senior Judaea Council,
acting as chairman.
12:30Folk dancing and singing.
1 p.m.Lunch.
2 p.m.General session will re-
port from the morning workshops
and guest speaker, Miss Rita
Grossman.
3:30 p.m.Championship bas-
ketball game between the winner
of the morning game and a Miami
Jewish Community Center team.
4:45 p.m.Dancing.
I in in.-i Lazarus
Plans Program
Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai
B'rith, will hold an Americanism
program on Tuesday, March 28
at 8:30 p.m. at the Netherland
Hotel Coffee Shop, 1330 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach.
Topic of a panel discussion wili
be "Combatting Prejudice With
Religious Principles." The film.
"Prejudice." produced by the
Protestant Film Commission and
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith will be shown.
Members of the panel will in-
clude the Rev. Edward W. Ull-
rich, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Roscoe
Brunstetter, Miami attorney, and
Bernard Hutner. assistant direc-
tor. Florida regional office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith who will serve as
moderator.
In charge of arrangements are
Florence Morduchay. Anti-De-
famation League chairman, and
Paula Horowitz. Americanism
chairman, assisted by Carol
Tieger and Miriam Goldstein.
FOR RENTFOUR MEETING
ROOMS AND TWO LARGE
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Council Women
Plan Luncheon
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
is formulating plans for its annual
pledge luncheon to be held at the
Westview Country Club on Wed-
nesday, March 29, at 12:30 p.m.,
according to Mrs. Aaron Fair,
president.
Card games will follow the
luncheon and members are urged
to plan their own tables.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Bob Schwartz at
86-2068.
Voting is a civic duty. Don't
neglect it. Register before April
1. Vote May 2.
Wanted
Information is being sought of
Nathan Berger, on behalf of his
minor son, Benjamin, who pre-
sently finds himself in dire need
of financial aid which he has
failed to receive since June, 1949.
Presently, Benjamin living with
his mother in New York, is most
anxious to receive some re-
mittance for his upkeep. Mr.
Berger, a native of New York
City, was born on November 13,
1899, is 6 ft. 1 in. tall, weighs
210 pounds, has dark brown hair,
brown eyes, stoops on right side,
was in the fur business. He may
use the alias Nat Barker. Any-
one aware of this man's where-
abouts is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau, 105 Nassau St., New York
7, N. Y.
Weier"s
Raphael Hotel
and Public Dining Room
PASSOVER SEDURIM
Strictly Glcrt Kosher Meat
Sedurim will be conducted by
REV. FRUCHTER
We Suggest Early Reservations
OPEN DURING THE ENTIRE
PASSOVER
146 Washington Avenue
Ph. 58-2844
LAND
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DAIRIES
TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING
THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS
MANY IEWISH PATRONS WITH
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Milk and Dairy Products
Under the Supervision of
BETH IACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS
Rabbi Moses Meschelofi
Congregation Beth Jacob, Director
Phone 5-5537 Now!
TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS
or order from route salesman
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fjenisfi norSdliari
'Zionists To Mark
Rcnrli llirtliflsiv
The Luncheon Club of the Mi-
Beach Zionist District will
ate its program, Wi h d
. 29, at 12:15 p.m., at Men-
ihn's Lini oln Manor, 2
Lin iln Road, h i "A Salutt I I
i !'. h" on the
n of the citj'.- 35th anni-
ccording to an an-
ut by Hai ild Shapii o,
man, who

Guest speaker will be Rabbi
L tual 1
\r B J Center
Murray Goodman will rep irt
the latest Zionist news.
Shapiro announced that among
the leading city officials invited
as guests of honor are: Mayor
Ha;old Turk: Councilmen William
Bu: bridge. Maurice Klein. Marcie
L:i berman, D. Lee Powell. Melvin
J. Richard. Burnett Roth: City
Manager C. A. Renshaw, Assistant
City Manager M. Link. City Clerk
C. W. Tomlinson. Police Chief A.
W. Simpson. Fire Chief D. C.
Kennett. Judge D. P. Galen,
Judge B. A. Frank. City Attorney
B. J. Shepard. Assistant City At-
torneys A. H. Saperstein. Irving
Cypen. and Public Relations Di-
rector Hank Meyer.
,\Iuiray Phillips, singer, will
enjex&in.
Serving as hosts will be Daniel
M. Eft-pad. Paul Eisman and J.
Goldstein.
raEAY^ARCH^ J
Dairy Farmer Candidate
For R.R. Commission
Ancil Boyette, of Marianna.
well-known dairy farmer and
nilk distributor of that section,
has announced his candidacy for
the Florida Railroad and Public
Utilities Commission.
Boyette will oppose Incumbent
Jerry Carter, of Tallahassee, lont,
time member of the commission.
Boyette. formerly in the lumber
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Transportation ph. g
Persons Sought
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The 25th
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SUNDAY, THE 26th OF
MARCH, 1950
Miamian Restaurant
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Program and
Entertainment
DINNER S3.00
',-. u '<(! by Greater M ami
. :,- Amct-ea: /! ro Ijan
Com m tu
Jacob M. Seidenberg was named the "outstanding campaigner
of the Hotel Unit" and Mrs. Simon Wolff was selected the "out-
standing campaigner of the Metropolitan unit" at the third in a
series of report meetings being held in connection with the current
Combined Jewish Appeal. The awards were made Thursday night
at Temple Israel by Aaron M. Kanner. co-chairman of the trades
unit.
Tffbiil Selected Radio Workshop To Air
North'Shore Head "Unfinished Script"
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
a communitywide dramatic week-
ly live radio series on human
relations, presents "Unfinished
Scrip'" in its latest program
Wednesday, March 29. at 10:15
p.m. over radio station WMIE.
Robert Baron. Manfred J. Bei-
liner, Judith Cohen. Henrietta
Bloom and Ann Nevel comprise
tlit1 cast : r this progi am. J.
rt Dean, din I >] adu
Will
p
The m is directed bv
11 trudi : x. with B(
Huti : the Anti-Defan
I Floi i Cfice, si r\
iriser.
Leonard Tobin was elected
president of the North Sh ire
Lodge. U'nai-Brit1), at a meeting
of the group at Temple Beth
Shalom on Monday night. He
succeeds Ma :; Silvi who
was nami d chaplain.
Als i named ti office v ere .' i k
I- sv ,ir..:i ( ent: Le
all I Sti nmarirs
: '' S m W. infej :. treasur.
Lewis HunUrki .wording ...; ymca
- D-. B.:: imitH i. .
Leon A. Rap;
: pivj : Fr--.'.,i
ian: Gi rge S;. I, ji'cbs ,
spi 'iv ling si
Four trusti to ths
nclude Louis Sherman.
Morris Roth. David Pollack. Me!-
Vin Pazol.
The lodge voted to contribute
S25 dollars to the University of
Miami Hillel Found.:., n t >r Pass-
over services.
Have you registered? Don't wail
too late.
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*Je*lsl>nor*Hatn
PAGE NINETEEN
Letters To The Editor
Loiter To Harry
lReprned below is a letter
, J, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
u,h,C" -eader of Temple Beth
spirit
Sholom. wrote
jYuman.J
to President
March 15, 1950
The Honorable Harry Truman
president of the United States
The White House _
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mi President:
Wp were shocked beyond words
tw you have ordered the con-
struction of the H-bomb, man's
madness for his own destruction,
255m to no less an authority
than Albert Einstein, who made it
rirar thai 'if the H-bomb is suc-
cessful radio-active poisoning of
the atrm.-phere and hence anni-
hilation i f any life on earth has
been bi ( light within range of
technical possibilities."
Wean further shocked because
vou have .hosen to disregard not
onlv the atomic scientists, but
also the voices in our Congress
who plead for the exhaustion of
every possible means that will
succeed in outlawing A-bombs
and H-bombs. We are shocked be-
cause these past few weeks you
have repeatedly stated that you
will not meet directly with the
leaders of the Soviet Union to
discus.- the control of these horri-
hle weapons and the prevention
of another war which might de-
stroy all mankind.
We feel that "it is later than
you think!" The time for direct
discussii n between the leaders of
the two great powers is NOW!
If we are ever to behold tthe
fulfillment of Isaiah's vision of
the Messianic era when "nation
shall not lift up sword against
nation ,nor shall they learn war
any m re," then certainly the
time hi s come to witness the
fulfillmmt of another of Isaiah's
visions: "And the wolf shall dwell
with the lamb and the leopard
shall lit down with the kid." The
American Eagle and the Russian
Bear (and even the British Bull)
must a way of living together
before they are catapulted to-
gether into the hellish existence
of the H-bomb.
Direct discussions at this junc-
ture in the destiny of man and
the history of the world implies
neither approval of the Soviet
philosophy nor any debasing ap-
peasement. The mass of the
American people are rooted in the
ideas of democracy; our passion
for peace and freedom has given
us our K-eat moral strength and
our moral prestige throughout the
worl I, The charge of appeasement
falls flat in the face of our
tremendous technological super-
iority and the accumulated stock-
pile of A-bombs. Shall false name
calling prevent our pursuit of
peace?
Mr. President, you can take the
initiative in calling for direct
negotiations with the leaders of
the Soviet Union at some mutual-
ly satisfactory meeting place and
the whole world will commend
youno matter how piotracted
the negotiations may be. You can
rest assured that the American
people will overwhelmingly en-
dorse your action and you will
succeed in outlawing the H-bomb
before it annihilates all life on
earth.
Sincerely yours,
RABBl_LEON KRONISH.
Dear Editor:
It is rather surprising and
regrettable that none of the
Orthodox Rabbis in Greater Mi-
ami took exception to Mr.
Simonhoff's recent attack on the
practice of our Orthodox burial
customs.
If the writer of that article
would have taken the trouble to
consult any learned Rabbi or even
layman, he would have been in-
formed of the sound reasons on
which these rites are based. Of
course, it is much simpler to
brand all forms of religious ob-
servance as nonsense and do away
with them:
Where does Mr. Simonhoff
stand on the issue of Kashruth
or the observance of the Sabbath
and the holidays? Do these meet
with his approval or does he
consider them and all the various
other requirements of our religion
as "barnacles clinging to the ship
of Judaism?" If we are to reduce
Judaism to an accumulation of
meaningful traditions and discard
all regulationsrestrictive and
otherwisehy not go all out and
adopt some of the more appealing
customs of the other religions.
Surely the Protestant and Cathol-
ic churches have impressive rites,
solemn and sufficiently dignified
to please Mr. Simonhoff.
Did he ever pause to reflect
what would have happened if our
ancestors had decided to discon-
tinue all, what he describes as
"obsolete usages?" Would the
Jewish people as such have sur-
vived? Where are 'he children of
our reformed Jews? Does anyone
need to be told that the great
majority has severed all connec-
tions with Judaism in any form?
Would Mr. Simonhoff himself
have had such an active interest
in Jewish affairs, had his father
may he rest in peacenot been
the devout and pious Jew who ob-
served the very same dinim and
menhagim that are the object of
his son's sneers and ridicule? Any
liberal Rabbi will readily admit
that the Reform Movement is only
kept alive through the influx of
converts from the Orthodox ranks
and by their own second genera-
tion, there is no second genera-
tion.
It is apparent to any clear
thinking person that the sole
secret of our survival lies in the
rigid adherence of our forefathers
to the tenets of our religion and
the minute any attempt is made
to tamper with it and introduce
changes the very structure of
Judaism is weakened and begins
to crumble.
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Young Adult Unit
To Hold Pienie
The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
hold a steak fry-picnic at Grey-
nold's Park on Sunday, March 26.
Members and friends will assem-
ble at 11 a.m. at Sear's on Bis-
cayne Blvd. and 13th St.
A meeting of the group will
take place Wednesday, March
29, at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, 320 Paler-
mo Ave., Coral Gables.
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Well known Cantor will conduct Seder Services.
REASONABLE RATES
Florida Dairies
Announces with pleasure that ar-
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to provide
Kosher for Passover
Dairy Products
HOMOGENIZED MILK. COTTAGE
CHEESE AND SOUR CREAM
to make your Holiday more
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Under the Supervision of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Director
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OUTSTANDING WORKERS IN WOMEN'S DIVISION
. Thee are the women who hve been at the right
hand of Esther Weinkle throughout the campaign.
Seated (I to r.) Mrs. Max Dreyer and Mrs. Sam Luby.
Standinn (I. to r.) Mesdames Sam Blank, Sam
Simonhoff. Joseph Lipton and Dan Ruskin.
YOUNGSTERS HELP IN 1950 COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL Recently the Teen-Age Club of the Miami
Jewish Community Center staged a musical comedy,
proceeds of which went to the 1950 Combined Jewish
Appeal. Shown above are Albert Seldan, director and
author of the show; Arnold Friedman and Arnold
Pollock, two of the performers.
"f" .
ACCLAIMED AS OUTSTANDING WORKER Al
S"e man of the Hardware, paint and chemical division
of the trades unit, was awarded a trophy by Aaron
Kanner. co-chairman of the trades unit, as being "the
outstanding worker in the unit." The presentation took
place at the third report meeting held at Temple Israel.
METROPOLITAN UNIT LEADERS Heading up
the metropolitan unit of the campaign, which consists
of more than 800 house-to-house canvassers. Is Mrs.
Louis Glasser, She is shown discussing campaign
strategy with Burnett Roth. Miami Beach councilman
and area chairman for the Beach in the unit.
Temple Isaiah To Meet
Temple Isaiah will hold a meet-
ing for all members at the close
of services on Friday evening.
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Leo Steinman. officer of
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
has been appointed general chair-
man of the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Council's annual fund cam-
paign, it is announced by Presi-
dent George Bertman.
Steinman was chosen for the
post because of "his outstanding
leadership in organizing the I
weekly 'B'nai B'rith Nights' at!
the Veterans Administration Hos-
pital in Coral Gables." Bertman '
said.
The council will again sponsor
an outdoor benefit carnival in j
mid-July with a midway, music.
games and entertainment.
Jules P. Channing will act as
co-chairman of the carnival,
which attracted more than 5.000
persons last year and a record-
breaking 7.000 persons in 1948.
Paul Seiderman, civic leader
and former assistant district at-
torney, Kings County, New York,
addressed the Daddies Club. Bis-
cayne Elementary School on
Wednesday evening.
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Lies And Regulations For
ICorrect Passover Observance
By RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Because the Passover Holiday has special "Laws" oi
I (h and_ these laws must be observed and dealt with
I more strictly than laws of Kathruth durinq the whole year,
|Vei( 1 that it is of great importance to familiarize the Jewish
I Nation with some of the essential Laws of Passover. It is
If Particular importance this year ___,__.._
K Eicv Pesach, the day pre-
Ibe2e P^sover falls on Satur-
CS- and number of rules differ
Eon. "h' 'ules of any ordlnary
rvear.
Ichometz In General
1 Chometz must not be eaten
Inor be used for any other pur-
pose on Passover.
? Wheat, rye. barley, oats and
Icorn become chometz when not
prepared in accordance with the
prescribed laws for Passover.
|P3 In addition to the above, all
l/kttni-yoth) kitnios such as peas,
l*,^n< areen peas, string beans,
Eke eu. are prohibited for the
|ue of Passover.
[ 4. All pr-ducts made of chometz g^rf,^" even "A Rabbi will
Imixed with chometz or produced i lead in the Seder services" or
Ifrom Chometz are forbidden foi I We haye tradjtional Sedorim,"
|use during F^ssyeT.;t^^c, or,H "We are Kosher for Passover" do
not always prove that the an-
nounced place is really kosher.
authority.
3. The Rabbis in the various
synagogues will arrange the sell-
ing of your chometz (Mechiras
Chometz) in the legal manner. It
can be done immediately. Do not
leave it until the last moment.
The Rabbi does not solicit it in
your home or business. It is pro-
hibited under the rules of "Kohen
Hamesieah B'veis Hagronos." So,
even, if the Rabbi would like to
help you and save you work, he
cannot do so. It is therefore your
duty to go and see him and attend
package.
b. The Rabbi who endorses the
product must be an authentic,
recognized, orthodox Rabbi.
c. In any case of doubt call youi
Rabbi or the director of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Rackovsky, 5-3595, for in-
formation,
d. No product should be pur-
chased for Passover unless the
identity of the endorser is as-
certained.
Hotel and Restaurant Meals
During the Passover
1. Radio anouncements, news-
paper ads, posters or signs stating
"Passover meals served," "A
famous cantor will conduct the
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land which may not be Koshered.
[consult an authorized, ordained
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6 Vegetables, except string
beans-, green peas, etc., are kosher
[for Passover. Garlic is also kosher
I for Passover.
7. Whisky is forbidden lor the
use of Passover. Brandy, cognac
or Slivovitz which bears an en-
[dorsement of a recognized or-
thodox Rabbi on the original label
mav be used for Passover.
8. Wmr must also bear an en-
dorsement of an authentic rec-
ognized Rabbi on its original
label. The Greater Miami Vaad
Hikashruth advises the purchase
| of branch ;md Shlivovitz of Israel.
9. Unless the matzo is marked
[on the original label "For Pass-
J over use.' il should not be used
Ifvr Passover. Be careful on this
point, because there are matzos
of well known brands which are
not kosher for Passover. The
matzo in those packages may be
used for chometz only.
10. A;, a general rule for Pass-
over products you must remember
the following:
2. Before you make your
reservations in any place for
Passover make inquiry of an
authentic, orthodox Rabbi to ver-
ify whether the place is really
kosher.
3. Places which were kosher
last year may not be kosher this
year; it is therefore essential for
your own protection to ask the
proper authorities on Kashruth
before you make arrangements.
Issur (Prohibition of)
Chometz and its Prevention
1. Any chometz remaining un-
der the ownership of an Israelite
during the period of Passover is
not kosher even after Passover.
To prevent this condition, it is
therefore important for every
Jew to sell the chometz in the
proper legal way before the time
of condemnation or burning of
the chometz.
2. The last time for selling the
chometz this year, because the
day preceding Passover is Satur-
day, is Friday. March 31, before
lighting the Sabbath candles at
6:16 p.m. After that time, al-
though we may eat chometz, it
cannot be sold because of Satur-
day. It will have to be thrown
out or disposed of in other ways
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The third annual contest to 950. Seybold Building. Persons in-
choose the outstanding man and
woman of Dade County for civic
achievement in 1949 will again be
sponsored by local civic, service,
veterans, and social organiza-
tions, according to an announce-
ment from Louis Snetman, tem-
porary chairman.
Representatives of more than
200 Dade County civic and
fraternal organizations attended
terested in the awards may phone
82-5684 for further details.
Film Forum Set
For Sunday Xight
A film forum on human rela-
tions will be held in St. Paul's
A.M.E. Church. 421 N.W. 19th St.,
Sunday, March 26, at 8 p.m
under the auspices of the Liberty
\-e f,V*L?I$?Z* __"!l mf !u? I City Chapter of the American
Veterans Committee. The demon-
on Wednesday evening in the
offices of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith. Contest rules, appointment
of judges, awards, and other plans
were discussed by the steering
committee comprised of repre-
sentatives of the sponsoring
groups.
Mrs. Vladimir Verrick and the
late Rabbi Colman Zwitman were i
selected last year as the man and
woman.who had contributed more
than any other citizens in Dade j
County to the general community
welfare and the winners were
presented with loving cups at a
rally in Bayfront Park attended
by more than 4,000 persons Win-
ners of the awards the previous
year were Mrs. J. L. McCaffrey
and Ernest F. Coe. Eleven men
and 12 women were nominated in
the competition in 1949, and a
record participation is expected in
the current contest.
stration of the use of films and
audio visual-materials as aids in
building good human relations
will be conducted by the Florida
regional office of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Bernard Hutner, assistant di-
rector of the league office here,
will represent the ADL and serve
as moderator of the panel which
will include the Rev. Ashton
Jones; G. E. Graves, local attor-
ney; and Charles L. Williams,
principal, Booker T. Washington
High School. The topic, "How to
Improve Human Relations in Our
Community,"- will be discussed.
Purpose of the film forum is to
demonstrate. the availability of
sound films and audio visual ma-
terials for future programs in
advancing group understanding.
Film to b.shown and discussed
Beth El Model Seder
Beth El PTA will hold its an-
nual Model Seder on Sunday.
March 26, for the students of
the religious schools.
Students who will participate
in the program are Sidney Indgin.
Delores Chernoff, Mickey Berger,
David Lerner, Frances Stein-
shine. George Lefcoe, Barbara
Bailey. Walter Jacobson, Roberta
Rand and Mina Isicowitz.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will com-
ment on Seder customs. The pro-
gram is under the direction of
Mrs. Ruth Uliss and Bernard W.
Kimmel. Passover songs will be
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Young Adult Zionists
Will Attend Conclave
At sundown Friday, March 24,
100 young adults from Junior
Hadassah, Masada, IZFA and
Young Judaea Leaders will gather
at Camp Kendall. Kendall. Fla..
for a two-day institute. Theme of
the conclave will be "The People
of Israel Live."
Among the events scheduled is
an Oneg Shabbot on Saturday
afternoon on "The Development
of the Hebrew Song," to be led
by Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Louis Schwartzman, director oi
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will conduct the educational ses-
sion on Sunday. His topic will be
"How to Present Zionism Into
the Club."
A highlight of the weekend will
be showing of the film "A Dav
of Deliverance" and slides of the
Junior Hadassah children's vil-
lage of Meier Shfeyah.
The weekend is being sponsored
by the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission.
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Alton Road, Miami Beach.
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Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Norihside Jewish Center. 6231
m \V. Tirst Cfc
Aundai scheol classes every Sunday
..' thP office of Dr. Wm. Boroa, 655
:.',, k',,,1 St. Hebrew classes under
Erection t Kev. Philip Fried at 8701
v\V (Hi Ave. on Mondays and
Thursdays from 4 to p.m.
North Dade Jawwh Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway- North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15 con-
,iu, U-d by Joseph Keller, religious
chairman, followed by an Oneg
ghabbHl Sunday school 10 a.m.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce da Loon
Bird. (Conservative).
Kridav evening services at 8:30.
rir \Im ..ham lessen will officiate,
in Ones Hhabbftt will be served by the
gjiterhood. Members and friends are
Invited i'i attend.
Flaglei Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, 17S S.W. 45th Aye.
Saturdav services at 9 a.m.
Israelite Center (Conserretire)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Krid.iv night services at 8: Saturday
morning -it 9. Dally services at 8
" Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Are.. Fort Laud-
erdale. Or. Marius Hanson. Rabbi.
Rabbi Hanson will conduct the
service it v 15 Friday. Services Satur-
dav morning at 11 at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel. Hebrew school at the
temple Saturday 9:1 ."> a.m. Religious
Khool Sunday at 9:445.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever.
Mlncha Friday at 6:00 p.m. Kabhalas
Bhabbos at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing lervlce at R:30 conducted by a
cuc."t cantor, Kabbl BSver will deliver
the !--; mon Rabbi will lecture at 5 p.m.
on the Portion of the Week, followed
by Minchfl and Shalos Seudos. Zmlros
and [marks by guests. Daily service
at S a m evening at 6 p.m. Daily
Hebrew school from 3:30 Monday
through Thursday; religious school
Stmda) at 10 a.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock
Congregation xoung Israel (Or
lhodox), 4001 Chase Aye.. Miami
Beach.
Daily services at 8 a.m. Mincha and
Maariv at 6 p.m. Mincha Friday night
at 5:30. Saturday morning services at
9 a.m. Mincha Saturday night at
t:S0 Mli-wed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.
North Shore Jewish Centex
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drire,
Miami Beach (Aits Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.
The rabbi will., apeak on "The Un-
counted 'iios ui History.' An open
forum discussion Hnd an Oneg Shabbat
follows. Saturday morning services at
a.m. Junior services at 11 a.m.
Hebrew -. hool Wednesday 5:15 and
rrlday at 4 p.m. Sunday school at 10
a.m. at Blscayne Klementary School.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Are.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
Late Friday service at 8:30 p.m.
Mayoi Harold Turk will be guest
speaker in commemoration of 35th
birthday << lebration of the City of
Miami Reach. Saturday morning
'' ,; at 9: the rabbi will preach
ii. tli. Weekly Portion of the Daw.
gar Mltsvah of B-lchard, son of Mr.
tSSJi ,Mun;ay Nesbltt, and Harold
5, ,,ir ?>?' Ml- a,,d Mrs **">
6:15 pm "ervlces 8 a.m. and
TTereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.:
ch V ,mor"ln :30 a.m Ali
residents in that area are invited to
att*?no.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 6:15 pm
Saturday morning services at 8:30
During the morning service llabbi
Rackovsky will speak on "The Belief
n.God and Humanltarianlsm.'' Al
4:30 the rabbi will speak on the Por-
tion of the Week followed at u p m
by Mincha. Shalosh Seudos and
Maariv. Morning services dally at 7
and 8 a.m. Class In Mlshnah at
7:30 a.m. Kvening services dallv at
it.la p.m. followed by class in Laws and
Customs. Maariv follows. Classes will
be conducted by Rabbi Rackovsky.
Temple Israel (Reform),' 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening services at 8:15,
Mrs. Alvln C. Richter will recite the
blessing over the candles. Dr. Kaplan
will preach on "Clod Speaks Again.
Sabbath eve reception under sisterhood
sponsorship will follow. Mrs. Adolph
Werthelmer, houBe and refreshments
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs.
Harry V. Simons, hospitality chair-
man: Mrs. Elry Stone, co-chairman:
Mrs. G. [.ouis Mendelson and Mrs.
Max Holtsberg, hostesses for March.
Saturday morning services at 11 a.m.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on the Biblical
Portion of the Week and members of
the confirmation class will participate.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
Early Friday services at 5:30. Late
Friday services at 8:15. Welfare Fed-
eration Sabbath, guest speaker Yehuda
Hellman. former head of United Na-
tions Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Bureau in Paris. Mrs. Hattle Wagner,
guest soloist. Rabbi Honlg will con-
duct the services. Saturday morning
services at 9:30. Rabbi will preach on
"Weekly Portion of the I.aw." Sunday
morning.children's model Passover
Seder.
Hebrew Academy, 916 6th St,
Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 6:00
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sol D.
Sugarman, principal, will deliver a ser-
mon on "Chomets During the Passover
Holidays." Mincha services at
6:00 followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
Bible classes at 5.15 p.m. Daily services
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:13 p.m. Sunday
at S a.m.
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Are.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronishj Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Dr. William Howard Fifieshrlber.
rabbi of Congregation Keneseth Israel,
Philadelphia, will be guest speaker.
His topic will be "Mankind's Greatest
Need." Sunday school at 9:45. Hebrew
school 3:15 p.m. Monday through
Thursday.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 6:15.
At services Saturday mornine at
a.m. the rabbi will speak on "Human
Defects." Mischna class at 5 p.m.
followed bv Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi April will speak on the Portion
of the Week. Model Seder Sunday at
10 a.m. conducted by Hebrew and
Sunday school children. Community
Seder April ] at 7:30 p.m. Hebrew
school dally 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Daily
services at 7.30 p.m. and 6:15.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Services begin at 8:15 p.m. Friday,
rhe broadcast over WWPB from 8:30
to s will Include the sermon by Rabbi
o^Sa ..?pir!' ."" we Bafld and
Build. Moral offering by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Cordon In honor of Mrs. Gor-
don mother. Mrs. Ida Hartz's, birth-
day. Services Saturday morning at 9,
the'rabbi will speak on "Sacrifice."
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Mamches
will conduct the services. "Slvum
I. 'IT., service Friday morning,
March .11 at X a.m., conducted bv the
rabbi. ( hlldrens m.Hiel Passover Seder
Sunday, March 26 at 10 a.m. Arrange-
ments under supervision of Mrs, L J
Hartz and her committee. Harvev
Kasow, Dorothy Schreldell. Howard
Segal. Mosheh Shapiro, Reva Shapiro,
Adele Slegel and Irwln Siege I will con-
duct the Seder under direction of
Jerome B. Cordon. Daily services *
a.m. with Mincha and Miriv at fi p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 6:15. Sab-
bath service at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi
will speak on "Sacrifices." Junior
Congregation at 10 a.m. Traditional
pre-Passover Pilpul at 5 p.m. by
Kabbl Mescheloff. Mincha at 6:15 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. The rabbi
will speak on the Portion of the Week.
Dally religious school Monday through
Thursday 3:30 to 6:30 and Sunday
from 9 to 12 noon.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday night services at 8:15. Sermon
hy Rabbi Skop on "Haggadahs .
Old and New." Youth Groups Wed-
nesday and Thursday at 8:30. Dally
Hebrew school and Sundav religious
school at 10 a.m. Saturdav morning
Torah service at 9:45 with I.eon Helm
chanting the Torah readings; Stanley
Bargtell will be honored with Maftlr;
I'.alirn Skop will Interpret tne Siarah
reading. Kiddush follows in patio.
Children's Model i'assover Seder
Sunday at 10 a.m. Sisterhood commit-
tee and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, principal,
will serve luncheonette with various
Passover symbols. First annual public-
Seder Sunday. April 2, at 6:30 p.m.
with Mrs. Maurice Corenblum in
charge of Passover menu.
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Friday evening services at 8:15,
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Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
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Their persistence and faith
finally paid off. They mixed
proper amounts of pyrethnns.
chlordane and DDT. (Although
DDT had some measure of suc-
cess, it had not turned out to be
the miracle solution people had
expected. It was a big disappoint-
ment when used against roaches.
Some species of ants paraded back
and forth over DDT without any
apparent narm. Many flies had
become immune to it.) s
The new preparation they
called TN. The next step in its
development was to taka it out of
the laboratory and try it in actual
use. They called on Economy Ex-
terminators, one of the largest
firms of its kind in South Florida,
to use it on their jobs "See what
the results are and report back,
they instructed the professional
exterminators. And after a few.
weeks of bug killing, the men
reported back. "The stuff's great,
but ." was the consensus.
The men were asked to meet
with the chemist. Those "buts"
were the "bugs" that had to be
eliminated from TN. Every min-
ute objection, every possible
criticism was explored, explained
i expunged. "The stuff's better,
, but ." It still lacked one magic
ingredient that would take TN
'out of the ordinary class of bug
killers and make it the greatest
exterminator of its kind.
And then it happened. One day
an item appeared about "lindane.
^e name the United States gov-
ernment had coined for a newly
developed and ultra-powerful
chemical. The local chemist and
his partners in the experiments
couldn't wait to try it. They
ordered "lindane" tai its concen-
trated form. They added the right
amount to their previous TN
formula. The results weie
astounding.
They tried it on ants and the
new TN killed with a power never
known before. Ants, roaches, all
insects walking over the new TN
were killed for weeks after the
surface had been sprayed, slow
paralysis but sure death was the
result in every instance The in-
visible residue left by TN with
'lindane" remained effective long
after it had been placed in the
area.
Economv Exterminators' pest
control operators began to use the
new TN in their assignments. They
tried it in luxury oceanfront
hotels along the Beach. The re-
sults were indescribably perfect.
TN killed every ant and every
conceivable household insect.
They tried it in waterfront man-
sions. It killed roaches, water
bugs, silverfish. carpet beetles. Its
abilitv to remain in a state of
suspension killed flying bugs like
mosquitos, flies, moths and gnats.
Thev tried it in the fabulous Lin-
coln'Road shops. TN did its deadly
work, a single spraying remaining
potent for weeks and weeks. They
tried it in sick rooms. It did its
work with complete safety.
Most important, it never harmed
i nv delicate. fragile. costly
f; brics, drapes and rugs with
which it came in contact. The
hotel owners, the homeowners,
the storekeepers liked its pleasant
ocior. No scum or drippings could
be found on the floorings, yet
crawling bugs were being de-
stroyed by the new TN with
"lindane" "long after it had been
sprayed.
When some of the men came
back from their daily jobs, it was
:da
They tackled a South Pi
problem, applied their kn0Jiiiaa
of local insect life, "nd ^
emerged victorious. Thev k 5
taken the T out of TNT La ,l
new formula TN was TNT .
bugs. "The Spray of Profe,Li
als" had become the'sp yof
amateurs. r ot
As far as we are able to d
termine, TN Insect Spray j. ?
only finished, ready-t0-use hou<*
hold spray containing "lindane"
on sale in the whole state nf
Florida. It is safe to usesafe for
everyone, that is, except ants
roaches, bugs and other insects'
"Lindane" is now being used bv
the airplanes that fly over Fort
Lauderdale and Hollywood in the
mosquito control work done
there. It's doing the best job ever
accomplished in that type 0(
work.
noted that quantities of TN were
missing. We knew that only a
little of the stuff was necessary
to do a job. We asked questions
and learned that homeowners,
hotel and store operators were de-
manding that the men leave
samples of the new insecticide
with them. "Leave some with us
so that we can use it ourselves,"
was the general cry. And the men
were doing that.
The next step was inevitable.
Why not bottle TN, the new TN
with "lindance" and offer the
public the powerful new insect-
icide. A factory in Miami was set
up to bottle it and distribute it.
A few small ads in the local
papers appeared. Soon, the drug
stores, grocery stores, paint and
sundry shops began to get calls
for it.
Today, TN is found on the
shelves of most of the stores that
sell insecticides. It is tax exempt.
The support of the public was
most gratifying. TN with "lin-
dane" had arived. Those stalwart
Miamians. with a problem to
solve, had done their jobs well.
TEMPLE ISAIAH
Will Hold Its
TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
SATURDAY. APRIL 1. 1950 AT 6 P.M.
In the Beautiful Dining Room of the
Hotel Shelborne
RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN. Officiating
CANTOR DR. PAUL BECK. Chanting Prayers
Assisted by Children's Choir and Mrs. GraffBn. Organist
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LrnAV. MARCH 24, 1950
*Je*>isJhnnjr*ifrHn
Speakers Orient
jlubs On Services
IM lied Cross
Clubs and civic organizations
lhrough"Ut Dade County are be-
tnminfi Ivtter acquainted with
luneiican Rod Cross services, B.
a Blakey. fund campaign chair-
r stated this week. Speakers,
visual aids to illustrate
I have appeared before
f tely 35 organizations,
Staling some 5.000 members, in
|e past w weeks.
Lions. Rotary and Kiwanis
Lh are among those who have
La-d well known civic leaders
fcp'lain the functions of Red Cross
I Dade County. With the aid of
tree card depicting the various
I value to the com-
[uni'.v. and their cost, speakers
ive been able to give their
(. mers a c.>mprehensive picture
'Red Cross in seven minutes.
'When the general public has
better understanding of the im-
Trtant part which Red Cross
Cys in all our lives, then the
feii Fund drive in Dade County
I;;; the top," Blakey said.
Many people do not realize that
{ .ll.-ii- which the Dade
Junt; hapter sends to the na-
I zation, three and one
lars are returned by
lisaster relief. Since
\_ tio for South Florida
1 evi n greater seven
I turned for every one
ht
unity could not be-
y [or the services which
fed Cross volunteer workers
pate each year," Blakey said.
I is air privilege as well as our
V '/ens of this area to
lip the Red Cross continue its
|rvices bv contributing gen-
lously to the 1950 Fund," he
Jed.
sach Junior Hadassah
Hold Donor Dinner
The Miami Beach Urrit of Junior
kdassah will hold its annual
pior dinner at the Beachcomber
I Sunday evening, March 26, at
p.m.
!he dinner is being given for
members and their dates
to have raised $25 this year.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair-
In of the affair.
"A GOOD NAME
U more to b
treasured than richee."
Proi-erbt
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
lrnn!L25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
hcated with service to
greater Miami Jewish
causes.
If." f "r li of need let
f help you as we have
fone 'or other grateful
families
fORDON
,S.W. 12th Avenue
phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
JS- L. PLUMMEH
Funer.1 Director
Sisterhood To Meet
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will meet Monday,
March 27, at 8 p.m.*at"the"center!
Feature of the evening will be a
fashion show to be presented by
the Dorothy Anne Dress Shoppe
of Coral Gables.
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
Hear Rabbi Mann
Tropical Lodge to
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will be
principal speaker at a meeting of
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Monday, March 27, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Miami Beach Y.
Rabbi Mann's subject will be
"The New Phase of Modern
Charity." The documentary sound
film, "A Day of Deliverance" will
be shown with Martin Gabel,
prominent radio anouncer, as
narrator.
The program is under the di-
rection of Alvin Budner and Sam
Kessler.
Third Seder Planned
Bialik Branch 290 of the Jewish
National Workers Alliance will
hold a third Seder at Kneseth
Israel on Tuesday, April 4. A full
course fish dinner will be served
and a musical program is being
arranged. Reservations may be
made by calling 58-6542.
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
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J2E^2^RCH24. USD.
LEGAL NOTICE
us
1 :t 110
F W BERGER. Plaintiff, vs
I SI IK) R BERGER. Defendant
To IS1DOR BERGER
S91S West L'4ili 8tr( I
.v island
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereb> ordered and re-
quired I r Answei
Bill of Complah I foi Divi i
opv of hich ewiih,
plaintiff's attorney, and file the
i! ,i! the ofl e of
the C lit Court oi r before the
Nth day ol A; ; therwise the
r said B w be taken
.,. ponfessed by you.
:' FT- this 1
Smathers Will
Campaign Here
With five more weeks to go
until the May 2 primaries. Rep.
George Smathers. challenger for
the U. S. Senate seat now held
by Claude Pepper, next week will
pitch his campaign tent in South
Florida for an intensive vote-
getting drive. Dade Campaign
Managi Sloan McCrea an-
nounced.
The youthful South Florida
. ssman. whose vigorous
in Western. Northern
;,nd Central Florida has been at_-
nationwide attention, will.
tire '-he opening gun in his homep" '' '"'. ,;' LEATHERMAN,
base with a speech at Ft. Myers id irt
on March 26. The following day (Circuit Court Seal)R ^ rice jr
will find him on a whirlwind tour Depuo h
Southern part of Dade jsAMl'EL J RAND. Attorney
ity Monroe and Key West Uj
will be covered on March 28. The
Greater Miami area is on:
Smathers' agenda for March 29,
while appearances in Broward. on
March 30. will wind up the
I date's initial Floridr.-wicie
circu '
McCi a let it be known that
Pt-pper's opponent will literally
roll up his sleeves while stumping
in Greater Miami, "George will
make it a point to talk to folks
hand-to-hand." McCrea said. "He
- anxious to drive home to every
voter what the real, basic issues
are in this campaign."
A major event on Smathers"
Gr< ater Miami schedule will be a
en's rally in Bayfront Park
i-ipal auditorium on Wed-
Mareh 29. from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Florida
4 T-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT I'Ol'KT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCI II
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER f'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
that
th
!
I;, iBERT ''.' 'REN
JOE TEl'PER
4 :-:i
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SMALL CI^IMS fWRL FIFTH
DISTRICT DADE CO! N rT, H.OK-
II 'A So
K.SKI'H STILL.MAN ;.;'.
STANDARD GAS STA1 ION,
FerRy'^'reGAN Defendant
YOU JERRY A REGAN are here-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
FRED8"C. ZINlll.INE. Plaintiff.
TOANCBS J. ZINGLINK
ant.
vs.
Defend-
.
,,n th.
aptiom i --- ,
this cause
. entered
Kami Beach Florid., thl.
2nd da] of M"*K1|5N?NETH OKA
Small Claims Court.
lefaull
fo
nd file'"the" original answer in the
office oi the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3t day o
March 1950, in the above entitled
.use ... otherwise a Decree
..... ,.:..------ iii be entered against
DATED tali 1 ''''>' "f March. l50
E V.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 CoUrt Wlfc C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk
EMANUEL LEVINTON.
. foi Plaintiff.
I : BlK i> ne Building.
Mian.; 32. Florida.
.17-84
LEGAL NOTICE
IN r^'^^^KfJoiT
' ,R.T OP THE
03. C "A.NCERY. %
ELEVENTH
IN AND
FLORIDA
130803.
RAFAEL MI HO a
W wife, I'laint'fu. TiU..WlWi
ANTON and LOUISE\vTA (f P-ED
fendants. '>Ton, d,
TO: ALFRED ANTON
36 Rush Ayenue,
Rlnghamton, \. ,..
LOUISE ANTON
36 Rush Avenue,'
Hinghaniton. New v.,.!.
YgC AND EACH OF TOn
notified a Bill of C molalm "
Declaratory ..... .. .'" for,
has been niad %Pj4
above cause and
to serve a copy of
the plaintiffs' attoi
original in the ,,fij'." l\
the Circuit Court n
3rd day of April,
allegations of said f cSSl
eA 5. ^cTgft
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W
FOR DADE
|N CHAN'
UNTY,
ERY, No
Over 50 Attend
scroll Dedication
Over 500 people crowded the
auditorium of teh Hebrew Aca-
demy Sunday night to witness
the dedication of the Scroll
pre --.: i by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
M. Grundwerg. prominent com-
il '.cade:'.-.
Highlight of the program was
an riginal music drama present-
ed by the students of the Hebrew
Academy The play was especial-
ly written by Mr. 'and Mrs. Stad-
lan of the faculty and directed
by Miss Edna Sachs of the
atics department.
Dr. David S Andron. president
of '.he school, was chairman of
the evening. Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Ritter, officers and directors of
I the Hebrew Academy and
the Hebrew Academy Women, re-
- made a substantial
: ibution to the scholarship
lemy.
I N A N I i
El.OKI I'A
131254
HARRY UNGER. Plaintiff, vs.
S \ I HE UNI IER, I lefendanl
0 SA1 HE UNOER. 1 'efendant
4v.; Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn New York _______^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tl it n rait foi dlvoree has been
l.rought against you by it**"'
UNOER, and you are required to
...... ., POUV of yoUr Written llefellSeS.
,nv, on the P tlfl Attorney.
the original in the office of
i Clerk i th.- Circuit Coui i on or
: efore the !0 day -f April, 150. in
lefaull of which the Bill of Complaint
. iken .- onfessed against >:;
II ited Ihls '.'" daj : March. 19 ;0
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ..f Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ._
By R. H Hli'K. JR..
Deputy Clerk,
rjDORGE I TALIANOFF
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attornej f..r 1'laintiff
24-SJ 4 :-u_________________________
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCri COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No.
J2Y EHRENREICH. 1.HUMAN.
P Intiff v IRA SAUL LEHMAN.
i da n i ,,
You, IRA SAUL LEHMAN, 8828
West -'!-. I 81 B ooklyn -i. New
York are require* to aer\'e a copy of
your Answer t" the Bill Complaint
for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney and
file the original In the office "f the
4 tl is i -. ..it m or before April
IT, im'......therwise, a I'-i" Pro
:.-..-. w against you
I >ated Mar h :4. I "
:: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
..
B; : C lewis. JR .
'lerk
MALVIN ENOLANDER
, i iintlfl
, R.....l
M i Beacl Fl .
r 17-24-31 1,7
Judge
MANFRED J. BERLINER
, ne> foi Pta ''
IU i, oln Road
3 10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TSXttfltjST
SK^^\\llu^'U'l ... ;>! **"" K,r,HA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desirinir to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
Ijol.DEN ARROW M.ITEL at 1..600
;. Avenue Dade County, Florida,
, l. to register said name with
of the Circuit Court of Dade
OP-FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No
I3099S.
MINNIE SPERLING,
MORRIS SPERLING,
Mr. Moi -' Ung.
, ,. Braveralan.
I : : Avenue R,
Bi oklyn, New York.
You are required to
,.,' your answer to the
plaint for Divorce
Attorney n,i to .
answer in the office of the ( U-rk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
10th .l.o ..f April, A D. I50: ..therwise.
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated .a Miami. Florida, this -.h.-
1. day of March,
E li LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
l lade > "ounty Floi Ida.
n : i '..in t Seal) ,.,..
By: WM w. STi-'KIN'-,.
Deputy Clerk.
Name an.I Address "f
tiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
li :''. Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida
3 17-24-::i 4 7
Plaintiff, vs.
Defi ndant.
serve a copy
Bill of Com-
the plaintiff's
file the original
AROI.D S. CANTOR
EI.RY STONE
\ttornev for Harold S. Cantor
3 3-10-17-24
>ou in ;
are requlw
ney and f,l* "
h.fClwk
Couit,
STOCKBid
Ueputy cit
IN
LEGAL NOTICES
NOT CE BY PLBLICATIOS
N THE
U. CIRCUIT
N VNH FOR DADE OUNTY
' IN CHAN ERY N..
' 74
. .....

H BLACK Qen.
ogletl leorgl
-. ,
' the B : '.....:
I flie t hi
the Clerk
, | 14th
:, 19"
la; of Marol 19:
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Cll ill
. Seal)
WM W STOCKING,
Deputy
I iST \.- M \r.v. \Ni. FLOYD
v ...
j
. F
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Ijackv Products Co.. not Inc. at 1204
N \V (Id Street. Miami. Dade
Count v, Florida, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN B. SPRINGER
DeC06TA8 MAER &- FLOYD,
101 Btscayne Bldg\. Miami. Fla.
Attornevs for Herman 11. Springer,
doing business as Lucky Products
Co., not Inc.
3 17-24-31 4 7

NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Sol :.- HEREBY GIVEN that
. the fictitious name "f
ijax Opi '-' ifacluring Coi
i No: li at "!:'. -5423 N W !nd
\ Mi i Fl irida ads t*.
legist. said I ..'i with :hr I Mel k of
Courl of 1 lade Cou

il MiI'.Y S STEIN
ELRY STONE
:i. i S. Stein
1 7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN .'HAN.'ELY. No
. 17
:
. I of Infant
ROl L1VIERI,
H< iWARD Fl IX
\.\TH' INY OUVIERI,
i i ,\ \ enue,
Kylvanla.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
i the above styled
on the 21st day of A)
.. nd -: .- why th- ; T
d i HOWARD Fl IX,
e the adoption "f ROBERT
OLIVIERI should not he granted.
This Notice Is to be published in
Fioiidlsji once e*ch week
I .....nS. i UtiVe Weeks
the .'"th day of March. 1*60.
i: B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court.
Dade '"ounty. Florida.
: court Seal i
By at. C. FEICE.
Deputv Clerk.
MYERS, HK1MAN & KAPUN
Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl I
the indersigned desiring to engage In
li del the fletII iui I in.....I
Vicloi Cleaners at 1 <' S W 8th
Streel M i Fla intends : reg -'-
said nan Ith the i Jlerk ol the Cir-
i le County. F :iJa.
ROSE BREESK1N
- Ownei
'-'_\_____________________________________________________________
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIR C< >UR .' OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FL >RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No,

BEATRICE BRONFIN, M.nntiff. vs.
PHILIP BRONFIN, Ivfendanl
Philip Bn.nfln
1327 E II th Sti t,
. i.. N Y
You are to i a i opy
. -.- to thi Bll I
I..... nl for Dlvon on the pla
rn< '1 'I to Lie the
nsw< ::. the iffice -f the Clei :
:?.,- Circuit Court >,i ]"th day of April. A.D -
wise, the Bill of Complaint for Dlt
fore filed herein wlH be taken
......d b) you
ted at Miami. Florida, this the
l" day of Marcl "
i: B LEATHERMAN,
' 'ircult Court.
Dade -': r -. r I'
(Circuit Court .-
By: WM w
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE .OUNTY. FIxmiDA.
IN i'HANCERY, No. 130740.
JOHN TAP.ACCO. Plaintiff, vs. MARY
TABACCi"). Defendant.
TO: MARY TABACCO
144) Angelo Street
Ro heater New York
You are required t.. serve a copy of
vour answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney
and to file the original answer in the
ffli of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3rd day of
A p. A 1' :..'.': ..the-, wise, the Bill
if complaint f>T Divorce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confessed
by \,.u
Dated ..: Miami, Florida, this he
: d ij ol M irch, 1960.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
! 11 -ie County, Florida.
. i 'ourt Si
By WM w
N fldreai of
Plaintiff itoi
Si IRMAN R LYONS
II i Olymi a Bu
M .,- i": rda
I -10-17-24
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address ?
lor:
MILToN A. FRIEDMAN,
::;. Seybold Building,
Mi.in, Florida.
17-24-21 4 7
BTi ICK1NG
; ;. it} clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
lerslgned desiring to eng
i.-i- th- fii tltl .us name of
Ii..jse at 21"'- '"..rai Way.
I >ade>i 'ounty. Florid .. i- tei -
eg rtei : name uh the i 'lei k
of tlie Circuit Court Of Dade '">untv,
Fl i
NICHOLAS ALEXANDER
EMANUEL LEVENSI >N
Attorm L tw
"' 7 Blx a> ne I'uiMing
Miami. Florida
3 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "r- THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No
'il.
CATHERINE PATRICIA LeMOINE,
tiff, yi THE" iDORE LeMOINE.
I Jendant.
TO THEODORE LeMOINE
24 Wlldv.....! A -u ie
< '.r...-:.: leld Massachusetl!
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been
brought against you by ""ATHERINE
PATRI'MA LeMOINE and you are re-
quired to serve :> i ipy of your written
lefensei if any ,,n the Plaintiffs
Attorney. GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF,
120 Lincoln R....d. Miami Beach, Flor-
id., and file th- original In the office
f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 27 day of March. 19T>0.
in default of which the Bill of Cora-
ilalnt will be taken as confessed
., ilnst you
Dated, this 27 day of Februarv.
mo.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
i Circuit Court Seal I
By R. H, RICE. JR..
3,3.10-17.24______________P"'Uty C"rk'
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL i'IRiTT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No
1S06S"
HARRY WILLIAM BRADY, Plaintiff
'* MARGARET I'.RADY. Defendant
TO MARGARET BRADY
7:7 Tenth Btn B E .
Washington D C
TOC ARE NOTIFIED that a Bill
"f complaint for divorce has beei
riled against you In the abovi
and you are required to serve a copv
"f your Answer ,,n the pi ntifft st-
and file til- .. the
ffl of the Clerk of th- Circuit
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Libertv Square Drug Store at 1204
N \\. 62nd Street. Miami. Dade
Countv. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HERMAN B. STRINGER
DeCOSTAS. MAER & FLOYD,
407 Biscayne Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
Attornevs for Herman B. Springer,
doing business as Liberty Square
Drug Store
3 17-24-31 4, 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No.
:'.'-
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE LIPSITZ.
Deceased.
To Ail Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Sad Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required- to present any
mi and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
-state ..; ROSE LIPSITZ, deceased,
late '. Miami, Dade County, Florida.
P. the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County-
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same hli office in the County
Courthouse in Dade ("ounty. Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims : demands t.. contain the
legal address < the claimant and to
i.e sworn to and presented as afore-
said or same will be barred See
Section 12o of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March 17, A.D. 1950
Mil.ToN LEON LIPSITZ.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of P.OSE LIPSITZ, De-
..... ~,-.i
ELRY SToNE
Attorney for Executor.
3 17-24-31 4 '7
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff.
H27 Lincoln Rial
Miami Beach, Fla.
3 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEH to
the undersigned, desiring to enRarH i
business under th- fictitious UMsl
The Tropical Shop .. :i:<9 s W a!
St., Miami, Florida, Intend to r|.
said name with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade <". mtv, Fiorie.1
MICHAEL W MARTIX
ELSIE M>P.TIN
3/10-17-24-31 4 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ttat
the undersigned, desiring torniatta]
business under the flctltloui mnifof
L. & F. CORAL WAY KOSHBt
MARKET at 1741 Coral Way, Kim
Florida, intend to r-sister raid UM'
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cmt '
Of Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS' TEICH
FRED BERNSTEIN
THEODORE J. SAKOW1TZ
Attorney for Applicants
3/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT ''' >t'RT <.'T THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AS
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY. No, 1S0SS9.
LEO F. ANTOINE, Plaintiff, vi
SHIRLEE ANTolNE. Dtfendant.
To: SHIRLEE ANTOINE
161 Keystone Street
Reno. Nevada
You are required to serve a copy or
your answer to the Bill of CompUia!
for Divorce on the plaintiffs :tomy
and to file the orig::.al iniwtr in tht
office of the Clerk of titt ami"
Court on or before th* Mft JV *
April. A.D. 1950: otherwise tin: Bffl
of Complaint for Divorce amg"^
filed herein will 1-e taken as conitssM
': at Miami. Florida, this Its
fT WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit CA
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seali
Dated
7th day
Name and addr.-.--
Plaintiffs Bollcltoi
NORMAN R LYONS
914 Olympli Bu
Miami. Florida
3 10-17-24-31
J. GOOD.
Peputy <*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in the ciRCCii v;;11" w ^y
HENRY P
HENRY SCI
fendant.
'. Ul
pV\T>i iRF nl*" Known"
IcHl IDORPH,^
fendant. __ ,..op iso VnoH
\V ER.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute." House Bill No.
1175. Chapter No. 20:>3. Laws of
Florida. 1941. will register'with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
for Dade County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice the fictitious name, to-
wit: ALLAN HARDWARE STORE
under which I am engaged in business.
I expect to engage In business at
number 6030 N. W. 7th Avenue, In the
City of Miami. Florida.
That the party Interested in said
business enterprise, is as follows:
LILLIAN R08BNBAUM
ARONi iVITZ & ARoNoVITZ. Attys.
Seybold liuildlng
3 3-10-17-24
>uu, ** .Hff" Atloriesj
for Divorce on the P^'t in tl-i
2nd Street. Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
MAX DROSD
BELLA DROSD
HERBERT JORDAN
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
-44<-4f-*4-l
E. B.
Clerk of the
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W
JACK A ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
X-*4M7-4>4-
LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court.
STOCKING,
Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FoR DADE COUNTY.
EL.iRIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
1S0M4
LILLIAN R RRISTOW. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES BRI8TOW. Defendant.
TO: JAMES HRISTOW.
1332 Harvard Street, N.W..
Room 211.
Washington. D. C.
You are notified a Bill of Complaint
f.r divorce has been filed against you
in the above cause and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
on the plaintiff's attorney and file
the original in the office of the Clerk |
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
31st day of March. 19J0; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
February 2S 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
DATED at Miami. Florida, -
8 day of March. 1> i..ATHERlUVj
E' ft. Circuit i*l
Clerk oi the t-
"Dade County.
(Circuit Cgfrfff^
Florida.
OTOfKAL
Name and add.-
Plaintiff's MicKor
Miami Florida
ino-ii-***1 ____
NOTICE TO CREDIT^
IN THE COCN-n ,'\ ', Cf
IN AND FOR DAIlloBATE.
E>ir.HiiiA. 1> ''
PI>ORIDA.
1.^ ESTATE OF
ROSE MELINSON.
Oeceaaed. ,,, person''
To All Creditors and am ^|
ine Claims or Demano-
ing
Estate:
Tou. and each
required
ft
,u'p?Jk'
JACK A. ABBOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
,)27 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
svi-ii-n-e
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
notified and require" > h yo
claims and den '< ve ^W
either Of.TOU, "':.. df>
estate of ?".*."plerl|J
late of Dade ou nl > J
Hon. W. F. Bkuiton. w he si
Bid. county. "dcSSty cwg
his office In < da, *f"
of the lin""' aforessIA "JM
and presented gectW ''
will be barred, see
133 Probate Act. 1950-
5 Feb. "rrViU'PE Pfw,
AEecu.ox^Vh/Meli^
Testament ot "
ceased frifdMAN
MILTON K FR^itrW
Attorney for "
J/3-10-17-24


FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1950
Rules And Regulations For
Correct Passover Observance
vJeniitncridticur
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
linued from Page 21)
to it as soon as possible. He ar-
for you to make sure
done properly and
iiy.
B' upj Chometz
1, The time for "B'dikas
the search or check up
I on (i, is Thursday, March
3D rjghl ter dark, not as usual
I preceding the first
I Seder.
lure is as follows:
Ifirst, ev j place must be cleansed
I of c'h The chometz needed I
Ifo- usi mid be put in one
[place.
3 u i< i i.-iomary to put down
I in various places in the house ten !
crumbs in all and, during the'
check up, these pieces I
lare picked uc.
I 4. The utensils customarily used
[for the "B'dikah" are a wooden
Ispoon. some feathers (used as a
Ibrusli for the crumbs), and a
Icloth to wrap all things used and
gathered in the B'dikah.
I 5. It is obligatory to use a
Icandle. preferably of wax, with
only one wick. The Brochos you
will find in the Hagodos. After
the search is completed, the Kol
IChamiro is to be said.
6. Tin wrapped chometz of the
."B'dikah" shall be put in a place
[where you will be sure to see it,
and you won't forget to burn it
on time.
Srayfas (the Burning of) U-Bittul
(withdrawing of ownership
lofi Cl
1. The day for burning the
bl ar is not the morn-
fins preceding Pesach (because we
< urn anything on Satur-
f on Friday, March 31,
; i.m.
nd "Kol Chamiro"
Lilly said at the time
pf th ng of the chometz.
P-: his year at the time of
I should be said on
Saturday. April 1, at 10:30 a.m.
aa-aiiis li'cliorim
[The fast of the first born)
I 1. The fast of the first born
pr*hen under age their parents)
?'inch usually takes place the
Day preceding Passover, occurs
Ihis year on Thursday, March 30.
Participants in a Siyum or in
toother S'udas Mitzvah frees
hem from fasting.
2- The 'Siyum" this year will
lane place on Thursday, March
?0. instead of the usual time, the
I ng Passover. It may
m- take place later than in the
prainary years, since we may eat
thometz the whole day as well
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Preparation for Saturday
preceding Passover
(Eruv Pesach)
1. All food for Saturday should
be prepared in Passover utensils
and. in a kosher way for Passovei'
2 Prepare two small chales for
Fnday evening and two smnli
chales for Saturday morning (for
Lechem Mishnc), so that no
chometz will remain after vour
meal. *
3. Use paper plates and paper
napkins for your chometz and
throw them out right after the
meal at 9:37 a.m. Saturday.
4. Friday night you may use
your chometz plates and dishes
Rinse them after the meal and
place them in the closet with the
other chometz dishes, which were
sold in chometz. A Pesach ladle
should be used for pouring the
soup into the plates and not to
pour it directly from the pot into
the chometz plates.
5. The last time for eating
chometz Saturday is 9:37 a.m.
J-,rJ},e time for saying the 2nd
Kol Chamiro" is Saturday morn-
ing at 10:40 a.m.
7. Matzo may not be eaten a*
any time on Saturday until the
Seder.
| 8. Saturday after 9:37 a.m. until
3:30 p.m. Matzo pudding, fruit,
kneidlach, potato pudding, eggs,
egg matzo, home made Pesach
cake, meat, fish, etc., may be
eaten. But neither matzo nor
chometz is permissable.
9. No Kitnios, such as peas,
string beans, green peas, etc.,
should be cooked for this Shabbos'
10. Atfer 3:30 Saturday until
the Seder ceremony, only fruits
may be eaten if necessary.
The Seder
1. Matzo Shmurah is preferable
if possible. It must be ordered in
advance.
2. Plain Passover matzos may
also be used for the S'dorim.
3. Whole wheat matzos or egg
matzos may not be used for the
Ke-orah,(platter at the head of
the Seder ceremony); the three
matzos "Korach" (the sandwich);
and the "Afikomen." Matzo
Shmurah or plain matzo must be
used for this purpose.
4. For "Karpas" or sweet herbs,
the following may be used: celery,
potatoes, parsley, radishes, seal-
lions, etc.
5. For "Moror" or the bitter
herbs, the best and most proper
herb to be used is lettuce. Horse-
radish may also be used, but
lettuce is preferable.
6. It is not permissable to eat
broiled meat on the Seder night.
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7. It is necessary to know that,
since Passover starts this year on
Saturday night and, we must
make Havdalah together with
Kiddush at the first Seder, the
order of the first night's Kiddush
v v Mntiilzed by the letters of
' <> i u Z" and is Pronounced
Yaknehaz. "Y" stands for "Ya-
yin which means the blessing
on the wine. "K" stands for "Kid-
t It nieanin Iho s inclination
of the Passover. "N" stands (or
er, which means the blessing
over the light used at the Hav-
aaian ceremony every Saturday
night. "H" stands for "Havdalah"
meaning the blessing on the
separation of Saturday from week
days. The "Z" stands for the word
^man meaning the blessing of
the time period of the Passover
holiday.
Local Passover Products
1. Milk bearing the endorse-
ment of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth may be obtained from
the Home Milk" and the "Bor-
den's Milk Co."
2. Dairy Products of the Sunny
Brook Creamery (including Han-
fords butter) and Raskes Dairy
Co are kosher for Passover use
3. Statements such as Passovei
Cake, Holiday Cake, Kosher
1 Pesach or Yomtov Cake does
not always assure you that the
cake is kosher for Pasover. Unless
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4. Further information apper-
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Kashruth in general may be ob-
tained by calling Rabbi J. E.
Rackovsky, the director of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth,
5-3585.
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until after the holiday.
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
*Je*irt MorSdHtr
FRIDAY, MARCH U
Sirkin Elected Beach Center President,
Mrs. Walsey Chosen Sisterhood Leader
Harry Sirkin, prominent in
civic and communal activities was
re-elected president of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center at a joint
meeting of the sisterhood and
congregation on Monday night.
Other officers elected were
Mayer H. Fixnkel, honorary life
president; Abraham Goodman,
Joseph Rose and Alfred Stone,
vice presidents; Samuel Fried-
land, treasurer; Oscar Mamber,
financial secretary, and Archie
Brick, recording secretary.
Elected to the board of directors
were William Feuer, Ben Zion
Ginsburg. Sol Goldman. Nat N.
Hankoff, Joseph M. Lipton. Ray-
mond Rubin and Irving Schatz-
man.
Mrs. Ira C. Walsey was named I
president of the sisterhood.
Others elected to office were
the Mesdames Ben Zion Ginsburg.
George Goldberg. Joseph Lipton.
Samuel Lipton. Raymond Rubin.
Anna Wolf, vice presidents; Mrs.
Samuel Friedland, treasurer; Mrs.
Samuel Ginsberg, recording sec-
Schneidman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harris
Schnoidman. formelv of 624 S.W.
14th Ave.. will take place Sun-
das March 26. at 2 p.m. in the
Jewish Section of the Wood awn
Park Cemetery. Services will. W
conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Mr. Schneidman, a long time
resident of Miami, was active in
communal life and a member of
Congregation Beth David. Ar-
rangements are in charge oi
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Relatives and friends are re-
quested to be present.________
No dttot (Wnt Chc^e ttlee it!
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B'nai B'rith, luncheon on Friday,
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